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tOLUME XXXIVpHO; 47.
etc; DREDGING CONTRACT!
WORK STARTED ON DIGGING BOAT CHANNEL
AT PORT MONMOUTH LAST WEEK.
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BRIEF ITEMS QF NEWS.
MINOR HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST IN ALL PARTS
OF MONMOUTH COUNTY.
Personal Notes, Sale of Properly, Building Operations, Entertain' mails, Lodge Doings, Slight Fires, Births, Marriages, Deatht,
Accident*, Cases of Sickness, Proceedings of Official Bodies and
Other Interesting Features of Town and County.
THE.RED BA.NK HBOIRTRR
BRJEF 1TEWS OF NEWS.
[/>ne Branch boy, was bitteiv by a dog
yhlle on Broadway last week, -lite
log bit the boy In three plates, leavng a- bad gash In hit right leg.
I1I be held a\ Asbury Park. The
easion will open on May 13th of next
'ear. '
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Inrreylaf for Vnr RoaJ.
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(donthtied front latt page.)
lUUUnf Mori Book* to Llftrujr. '
County Engineer George Cooper of
Allen M. Satterthwait and W. B. The directors of the Anbury Fork led
Bank with his assistants were at
Burtia are new menbera of the Allentown fire company. At the last meet- mblic library recently appropriated work last week surveying for the new
ing of the company W. A. Bobbins 250 for buying more books. .Twenty-. road from.Clarksburg to Coxe's corww appointed to take charge of thfe ine books have been contributed to the er,
library in the past few weeks.
Dnlir T n l u for BrtdMy »e»ch.
hote for June,
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Dmtb of K M . WUlKua Oordon.
tee W. Berry, superintendent of the
* n » itnkti on W»»OD.
Mrs. William H. Gordon of WeBt ew Vork and LongBranch railroad,
An oil wagon owned by William J. cean
Grove died last Thursday after
making arrangements to have trains
Eldrldge of Asbury Park was struck
sickness of six weeks. MrB, Gordon top at Bradley Beach on Sundays.
by art automobile lait week. The pole as
62 years old and was well known Lttenltd Chareb Oos<et*sce.
of "the wagon crushed in the tonncau
John'W. Hurker and T. Lee Totten
of the automobile. The wagon was o West Ocean Grove people.
XlnlsrittiM
at Tetmeut.
if Hornerstown attended a conference
. not damaged.
.
Misses Anna and Minnie Morton, linner of the Baptist Laymen of Mew
wo of the missionaries to China from ersey a t Philadelphia last week.
. William Jlaginnis, who lived at 3Id
Tennent church, made addresses rialtcr from riorlaa.
Allentown until a year ago when he it the
Sunday. 'They will reJames Embley, son of Albeit Embmoved to Trenton, has patented an urn tochurch
China in a few weeks,
ey of Long Branch, who is engaged
automobile tire and is the president Into Mid
WKOH In Oolllilon.
n business in Florida, hns been visitof a company which will manufacture
An automobile owned by George C. ng his parents at Long Branch.
the -new tire.
iVilson
of
Belmar
collided
with
a
w
a
r
a BiMinwii Trip to Virginia.
Blind «or.« •rnathti Window.
William Bates of Allentown left
A blind horse owned by John Doran in driven by George Meeill last wee
The
mud
guard
on
the
auto
was
ilonday
for Virginia. Ho will be gone
of ABbury Park became frightened
several days transacting some farmwhen n wheel came off the wagon last roken but no. one was hurt.
Betursea
from
WtddUuff
Trip.
rig business for Albert Nelson,
Friday arid dashed through the front
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Patterson of
windows of John H. SextorfB underaewttlk aider rin«d.
Spring
Lake
returned
from
their
wedtaking shop,
Albert M. Reid of, Avon was arding
trip
through,
the
South
last
week.
•ottoolfrlrl K » ItiuiaottH.
csted last week at ABbury Park for
Tho
young,
people
gave
them
a
eeren
'
'ing on the sidewalk. He was fined
"Miss Myrtle SickleB, daughter of
and costs by Justice Borden.
Grandin- Sickles of Long Branch, is ude last Wednesday night.
Tumor
Again
Hernia
Plnraleri.
sick with jpneumonla. Miss Sickles
led at Roma of Daughter.
has been elected valedictorian of the George Turner of ABbiny Park was
Mrs. Catherine Frost, wife of Mich' graduating class of the Long Branch e-elected president of the New Jer- lel Frost, died at the home of her
sey
master
plumbum'
association
a
t
high BChobl.
.
the annual meeting of the association laughter, Mrs. CharleB Wohr of PreeAnotUtr Bhltt Pootory. '
lold, Tuesday of laBt week.
The old Barhatn building on Second ut ABbury Park last week; Barn and Wagon Blied Burned.
avenue a t Long Branch will be opened Bwan'l Xlggt Stolen.
The barn and wagon shed on James
One of the swans on the lake a t affcrty's
this week as a shirt factory. • Thirtyfai'ln ut Tennent were
two machines will bo installed in tho Spring Lake started laying u few mined last week. Thefireoccurred In
building and work will be provided for days ago. • The eggB were stolen and
;he middle of the afternoon.
reward of $25 has been offered for the
fifty people.
'reenoW Girl Honored.
apprehension of the thief.
Vim l o r m Sick.
Anna H. Hepburn, daughter of Dr.
Horses belonging to Wesley and Mreiuan Elect Offlosri.
M. Hepburn of Freehold, has
George Deiss is the new president of William
Enterprise fire companies of Anbury
been elected secretary of the Oriental
Park are sick with spinal meningitiB. the Pioneer fire company of Bradley society of Smith college.
It 18 feared that other horses belong- Beach. Fred Schaelrer is secretary Oharlea X»lxalnff Dajad.
ing t« the, department may contract Horace * Applegato treasurer uni
Jharles Ottman foreman.
Charles Liming died at his home
the disease'
near Manasquan Monday of last week.
riMBoli Girl ObiM>g»
Ohttotian Endeavor
He
was Bcventy years old and had been
The semi-annual convention of tho
Miss Mollie Hcckmnn has given up
her job in Mr6. Packard's store at Central Christian endeavor union' u sick about a year.
Frfeenold and is working in Miller's New Jersey was held in the English Candidate for Railway Kail Clerk.
Powell Dobbins of Freehold went
bakery. Mrs. Barton Palmer of Eng town Presbyterian church Saturday
to Trenton last Saturday Week to take
lidhtown succeeds Miss Heckman at inorn'.r".; und m'Umoon.
the civil service examinations for'railPackard's. •
BrmHey Beaoli Man Honored.
T»ok M « t Povtyontd.
At the annual meeting of the grand way mall clerk.
• The track meet which was to have lodge of New Jersey Encampment Odd Building Storeliouao for Barrela
been held by the Long Branch high Fellows held at Hackensack last week
I. S. Dawes &. Son of Imlaystown
school on Saturday haeDeen postponed Morris Lunger of Bradley Beach was ire building a storehouse, at their
until Decoration Day. The meet will elected grand patriarch.
cider and vinegar works for storing
be held on the Hollywood horse show A. Buajr Arolilteot.
empty barrels.
grounds.
Clinton B. Cook, an Asbury Park Herman withdraw* Lloenie Application
Choral Conont at Xntbold.
Eward Remsen of Spring Laki
architect, has work under way at presThe Freehold choral society gave its ent which amounts to over $60,000 withdrew his license for a hotel in the
second concert in the New theater Most of the work is at Deal, Allen- old Remsen homestead in Wall town
Friday night. John Barnes Welle hurst and Asbury Park.
ship last week.
tenor, and MIBS Helen Waldo, conu-al Ootau (trow Man Mate Store.
Examination for Pontofflce Clark!.
to, of New York assisted the Freehold H. H. Manwiller of Ocean Grove ha
An examination will be held at tin
singers.
rented a store on Bond street, Asbury Asbury Park postofflce Saturday for
Colby S p . a i i at Albury Park.
Park, and will open a fruit busines the purpose of securing a clerk-carrier
frui1 Bluciemith Bhop Opened.
there. He will also conduct a *-•'•
store on the boardwalk.
Smith & VanNote of New York
Will Take Trip to WaiUiiffton.
have opened their blacksmith shop a
Misses Mary Hulcy and Mary Gu Elberon for the coming summer.
lick of Allentown, pupils in the Tien Freehold Woman Bnya Iiot.
ton high school, will take a three-daj
Mrs. J. C. Ford of Freehold ha
Ocean drove Han W«ai.
trip to. Washington with their clasi bought a lot adjoining her reRiden'i
Fred M. Halsey, son of H. 0 . Halsey the last of this month.
from Augustus and Tunis Lane.
of Ocean Grove, and Miss Ida F . Os- Parade lot Decoration Day.
Operation for Adenolda,
ternian of Elizabeth were married al
The Asbury Park carnival commis
The five-year-old son of Christian
Elizabeth" Tuesday night of last week. sion is iflaking preparations for a bi
They.will spend the summer at Ocean Decoration day. Secret societies an Dunbar of Long Branch was operate*
Grove,
patriotic orders will be invited to par- on for adenoids last week.
?roipertown Store Bold.
lightning- Blti New Hotel.
ticipate in the parade.
During the shower last Thursday £odffo Attends Ohnroh.
Job Rogers has sold his store A
afternoon lightning hit tho flag Btaff
Sixteen members of the Manasqua Prospertown to David VanHise, \vh
on the new Monterey hotel nt Asbury lodge of Odd Fellows attended thi took possession last week.
Park. The pole was shattered and i Methodist church at Point Pleasan Mlaa Hepburn will Graduate Next Year.
few bricks were knocked from thi Sunday night of last week with thi
Charles Ellis, who recently sold hi
tower.
house at Freehold, moved to Keypor
Point Pleasant lodge.
Gift to library.
lust week.
Victim of Apoplexy.
Charles B. Sexton has oiven 110
John L. Perry of Asbury Park die
tbooks to the Sunday-school library of last
of apoplexy. He ha
Simpson memorial church of Long been Thursdayin poor health about a year. Mr
Branch. Mr. Sexton has been
wan 5G years old and leaves
teacher in the Sunday-school aevera Perry
widow and two sons.
years.
Iraueau rarm Sold.
StouW Convince the Qieatest Skeptl
Pined for Shining Shoe* on Sunday.
Willinm H. Bryan hns sold his 46
In Baa Bank.
Peter Zuvuly, who conducts a Bho acre fnrm nt Frcnenu to Lester Gil
shining parlor at Asbury Park, was
bcrt
of
Hackensack.
Mr.
Bryan
re
Because it's the evidence of a Re
arrested last week charged with keep
ing his place open after noon on Sun- ceived as part payment a house unt Bunk citizen.
lot
at
Hackensack.
day, April 28th. He was fined 52 anr
Hand Injured in Bafa Door.
Testimony easily investigated.
costs.
William B. VanLeer of Manasqua
Victim of Oinoer.
The strongest endorsement of misri
Mrs. Lydia Parker of Hornerstown caught his hand between the door nn
The best proof. Rend it:
wall
of
his
safe
as
he
was
closing
th
died last Wednesday week of cancer
of the mouth and throat. She was It door last week. One finger was bsxil
Wllllnm H. Pope, bnrber, 88 W'nllnci
stix'cl, KuO Iltink, N. J,. Bays: "1 fro
years old and leaves a daughter, Mrs mashed and torn.
riuontly 11ml a Hharp piiln ncrnHH tin
ThomuH Hcndriclison, with whom sh Want Llg-nt« at Depot.
Hinall of rny bnclc anil I did not linow
lived.
The Belmar council lust week re Just wlmt caused It, na 1 had tried differFinally
ceived n communication from th< ent medicines to no iivuil.
alk to Orange.
learneil of Doan'fl Kidney Pllla hy rent
Ins of them In tho uewnpniini-B nnil I s o
Prof. Clark of the experimental board of trade asking for the instal
:i simply a t Chas. A. Mlnton &• Co.'s ilrui
itation at Now Brunswick, gnve an ntion of ten lights around the rai store.
Tlioy brougtit - mo promiit rt-'llt
interesting addrcRS on "Winter Egg load station.
id I now Imvo no cmiRC for complain
Production" to the members of Mnnn Death of Adelphln Kan.
- om In a position to lTTommpnil Hoan',
lapan grange Monday night of last
Garret Hulse died at the home of Mi Klilnoy 1'illB fts nn ideal medicine f o
dlHonloretl kidneys."
(Statement givoi
week.
sister, Mrs. David Ellinghnm of Adel January 8. 1907.)
t«wj«r to Tight
phia, on Friday. He was 78 yean
RK-KNDORSEMKNT.
E. G. Formiin, n Freehold lawyer, old and was a brother of J. W. HUIB
Wlien Mr. Fopo wnn interviewed oi
April 12, 1911, ho until:
"Whenever
has been appointed a member of the of Freehold.
Imvn felt In, need of n kidney tonic dui
Cemetery
Caretaker
Qnlt>.
Monniouth county mosquito extormin
IK tho pnnt three, years, I lnivo tahoi
James
II.
Harding
has
given
up
hi
ntlon committee. Tho nppolntmvnl
Dorin'H Kidney l'lllH^ and they
liav
ifuotl rosnltH. I am plouMod
was made by Judge Willard P. Voor jol) an caretaker of the lota in til InnUK'tit
ronnnn m y foniu'r endonioment o f till
Allentown cemetery because of jioi> remedy."
hecs.
health,
l i e had held the po.sitioi
Men'a Club Organlled.
For sale by nil denlers. Prico CO
f h o men of the LonK.Brnnch Pies many years.
ShootingMatoli
nt Freehold.
cents. Foater-Milburn Co., BufTnlo,
bytcrian church organized « men'i
club hint week. William E. Cnte wo:
The lii'Ht of the six summer shoot New York, sole agents for t h e United
elocted president, I). Hnlsey Phelii of the Freehold gun cluli was held
Stntes.
sccrotliry mid Chnrles II. liny trens Saturday week. Garret Buck win
Remember tho mmie—Doan's—nnd
uror, '
high man, breaking 2H targetH nut of
tuko no other.
Dutobtr Quit. Builntia.
possible DO.
Edwurd Clevcngcr hiis cloned up hi Sand Member* to Have Uniform!.
butcher shop nt Anbury Park becaust
Tin- mcmhorN of the Allentown Citi
of tile liigl> price uf mimt. Mr. Clev zonn' hand wore inoniiuri'd hint wee
onitci; opened hi" shop ubout n mont
for ui'w uniforms. The now suits wi
ngo and enjoyed u good busincsB u lie IIKIMI for the llfsl time on Decor
first.
nt ion day.
Will Miuuu Trult Builneii.
April Wadding1 Announced.
Harry K Woolmnn, Jr., of AKIHIV
Aiinoiimvmi'nt him hi'i'ii nmdo of th
Park, who IIUH been ompli>yrd In K. M tnnrringu uf MIHH JiiKejihinc I,, ('mil
noughty'B hutcliur nlmp "II winlur lin uf Ilrininr iiud Clui'riu'o I1'. Hunl|.!
will -TeHiimi) bin fruit mid WR
nf O.-I;IIII Gmve. '1'hey vvi'iT1 marrie
IniclihiHM at OetMin (Jrove thin mim April 4th.
mor.'
nnnv on nlM Old Job.
N«ir, Vaator IniUUii.
J o h n M. Niniiii- o f Kn'i'lmM, wli
Everett D. Colby, former state senator, addressed the ABbury Park Roosevelt club last Thursday night. Mr.
Colby told of the world-wide fight for
human rights as opposed to property
lights.
f OSITIVE PROOF.
]le'v. Wllllnth M. Klfffi'i' WIIH ir
Ktnlli'd «!i pnstni' of tlu> Kici'liolil Pren
hyterinii f h i i i c h hint 'I'liuiMiliiy
u
Tho 'jiciinoii WI»H pri'iii'hi'tl l>y Iti-v
W . T . KlrtTer, llin n e w jiiiHtoi'H f a t h e r
Clllirili t o H»»« BWewnlk.
A ciuiii'iit hidcwalk IH licinit Ini
f r o m tlni m u l n rowl to llii' f r m i l » f Hi
OnklilllHt Motlmillnt cliilirli. T h e tinli
ern' iliiiim U hnvliur thi« wiirlc ilon
llenjttinln Punter In t h e o m t r n d o r .
Omnii I.o<1«r» OKIotra T a » t « 1 .
i Thn liotiK llrani'h IOIIKO i)f (ho Knnl.
*rn Hlnr idi'clvi-il « vinlt fnmi IHIVWI
o f t h n Krund nllli'i'ni Innt w e e k .
Aftn
the linmni'Hii tnit«Mi){( n fnnnl wiirt p n
vldcd liy tlio I j i n g l l r u n c h w o m e n .
KotiliU nlrthilar »»rty.
Florence Clay «nd Iluynioml Jonci
I
of K i w l u i l i l I'i'li-liiilli'il llii'lr lilrllnluy
Tunniluy o f Im.l ivccli liy n p u r l y n
t h o li'irmi of WnlU'r t ' l u y .
Aimu
flfti'pil ymniK |i(>i)|ilii \vni< p i i n c n t
Kite* i t e o k Hold.
Thli illixi atnrk o f thn I ahi (l
W . 11. Hrtillhiirp "f iMniiiinijiiiiii wn
wild luxt wi>«k nt pulillo xnW. 'I'I
«tock wnn mild In lota for
T
While,
«
tw«lv(t.yBar-«l
hnti bciTi Iniil u p Ihri'e monthii nn tl
I'l'imlt of mi iitliifk "f Mpiii'liiliritiH, 111
vrmiim-il hi.'i old job us m u g c d i i v r r i
KiTrlinlil.
Mlnlnter Tltlllrtliiir a Bllnnnluw.
Out of Sorts?
l*r«ahoM Man liny* X.ot.
(JrnviT ('. Kiiihionii o f F i r i l m l i l hi
liuiik'lit n J u t ill Hull. |r I m i - r J o m All
I'MIIIIM- M. MIIMIFI nrul lli'iiruo I
Hi.'luinrk! Tin' lot in loriitid (in Sit• t-r
ntr(!i'l.
Lois of ilisoowtoit—(lie
l)hu;s — and many serious
sicknesses you will :ivni<l if
you keep your liowcls, liver
'l'lii> until Mi'len u f thti l.onK Urniu 1
liulldlng mill IIMIII imHoi-ialiifii inntuii
I'ri'ln v.
T h o trim mi i iir illnlrlbutt
Hie :'.{'! nhiirchiililiiii
ing order by linioly UBC of
r Anbury Mvit.
'•t|ip tii*,*i'- i1<>iivrH(io|v*i>f Die (Inili
Indg* of Kncttmpment Odd Kvllov
f
Grocery Co.
ThU advertisement is for A*bury Park—Phone 636 W. Red Bank—247 J. Long Branch-49 R. Lakewood-93. Key.
. port and Atlantic Highlands. From May 17 till May 2 4
Are you satisfied? If it be true, what a whirlwind of
passion is stayed.
After you get home and are positively Alarmed with the high price of food you are
apt to. discuss the very purchase you made at Childs'. But madam you will have less to
chastise Ghilds'o about. We feel you will be better .satisfied. We do not sell coupons,
stamps or gifts with our goods. You pay only for the groceries you buy. There is no
inducement except the reasonable price with quality we offer. Our claim is true that we
are the largest retail grocers in the home state and for thirty years we have followed
our present system or what you may call it without the introduction of Mr. Trust's
modern form of the tithe system practised upon our business men.
BROOM SPECIAL
\ Our 25c
j Broom
15C
Our 3Oc
Broom
23c
1
4 Cans
4 Pounds
4 Pounds
4 Cans
1
Tender Sweet
10c Large
Fancy White
String
1
CORN
PRUNES
RICE
25c
1 25c
25c
iBEANS
25c
Holly Wreath Asparagus Tips 10c, $1.10 doz
1 Tender, Early June Peas, can
1 Big Pkg. Childs'Rolled Oats
I Best Lemons, dozen
12c Childs' Tiny Little Peas, can
16c
Childs'Best
Tomatoes,
2
for
25c
- 7c
23c
12c Cottolene, 2 Ib can
44c
- 19c Cottolene, 4 lb can
I 25c California White Cherries
Large
Bottle
Best
Ammonia
8c
I % lb Cake Century Bitter Chocolate 14c
Tumbler
of
Pure
Jelly
10c
1 Gold Medal Flour
- - 45c and 80c
Pink Salmon, can
lie
1 Childs' Best Flour
40c and 80c Red Alaska Salmon, can
16c
I Good Solid Tomatoes, can
l i e Tryphosa and Jello, all flavors, just in 10c
I Qt. Bottlej Pure Cider Vinegar
8c
- 8c New Onions, per quart
ORANGES, EXTRA FINE,
18 for 25c
4 Pkgs
4 lbs Best
4 Pounds
Childs' Best
Laundry
Fresh Baked
4 Pounds
Nic Nacs or
Ginger Snaps Oyster Dandy
or Coffee Cakes
Corn Starch STARCH
13c
25c
A very close friend of mine one day quoted to me, in repartee, "A cup of good tea
is as refreshing and invigorating as rain to a languishing flower." I believe the quotation was a merit upon the Tea she was drinking. It was PRINCESS TEA. All lovers of
Good Tea will test its quality, 3 7 c pound, 10c quarter.
Best Creamery Butter 35c Choice Butter 33c
I,
If Dissatisfied With Your Butter Try Our Best.
Childs' Floating Soap,
39c Dozen
Childs' Laundry Soap,
39c Dozen
Childs' Naphtha Soap,
39c Dozen
Childs' Noiseless Tip Matches
39c Dozen
3 for 10c
3 for 10c
3 for 10c
3 for 10c
It is Giving Fine Satisfaction
While They Last
A 10c Galvanized Shovel
. 3c
OZONE STARCH
3c pkg
T A RS 0 A
p
^
.
m
3c C ake
BUTTERINE
Roll, 16c, 5 lbs for 75c; Tub, 21c, 5 lbs for $1.OO; Print, 23c, 5 lbs for $1.10;
Best Tub, Tastes Like Butter, 28c
Itrv. I, H. Yi'tkr:i, piiMtor o f C u l v a r
Motlindliil chill'i'li »r Ki'yimi't, In h u l l /
liiK ii liiingiilow nl llrli'lli'.
Mr. V'ni
ken will niviipy tin- IIIIIIKIIIOW tl
mmiiiwr
ntmoilelliiir Ociemi d r o v e l(ot«l,
Til*'.Ili^hlniitl liuii'in ul Ocean (irov
in belnif ri'iniiiUdcd nnil nn mlililiou
lining liulll t o thi' b u i l d i n g for (he run
IliK HiMiiiini. J , W. IliuciliB In tin' n n
pi'iitrr,
Pace 3
and Ntoniiicli in I;O(HI work-
BEECHAM'S
PILLS
H>M«
la
Ua*e 10.,, 114.
III k»l«
Co.
Childs'
" Y o u K n o w T h e F>lace"
62 Broad Street,
Red Bank, N. J.
Sln
r clri
O U T til' 1 T O W N
•'nil- I U V O I I m i l l
i . i j y . W.MIII - "I«.V » n l I'Vlil.ty,
UKI.IVMIUKi:
1,1111" :!ilv.M', Tii.<.i.|..y.
" '"
! i l i i v w . . l n i r y »n<l
THE BED BANK BEO1BTER
Page 4
those places for the various'grades
penjiitted to do so. An efficient truant
rh which they would teach next year.
officer could get these ch
PANCINQ.
school, and could also get into:
SOCIAL AND FANCY niMtrrNU
]
1
'
J D H N H . C O O K , Eaiu» ««<i Pubiuk.r.
all. other children who do no .
Middletown is a rich township. But
1
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, i & R THE BALLROOM, i
<S£ORCE C. HANCE. A n i i U n t Editor.
school, and could keep them {hi
rich or poor, the children of every
lUttrtcttdclmnrnnil private Instruction. ,
township and of every school district
BoriMU M a a * t « t
P H I U P H OOLBMAN
jmould have the best instruction" posTHOMAS IRVING BROWN.
tS IUcfc» t i t . *
RED BANK. M.J j
It is estimated that only a«,
^sIBte to give them. In a few years
holt
of
the
total
school
popu'
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: '
these
school
children
will
be
running
•On* year..
*l.«0 Middletown township, is a<
this country. Most of the children in "DELIGHTFUL PLACE.".
WJ: months
.jo school at the present time,
R
months
<0 means that the township is losing
rural districts end their school days
The above u ageneral eipreuloa of
with the eighth grade and the instrucj
Vate^d a t the postotflce a t Bed Bank, the state school money which it should tion given up to that point should be all who visit our new q u u t e n in taa
receive. This loss amounts to fifty
It. I, «a second-class matter.
dollars a dav or upwards and this the very best and the most efficient 'American" Btflldiaz, comer Smith and
that can be obtained. Middletown is
WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1912. loss of fifty dollars per day has to be pointing the way with its new high Slate ttreeti.
made up by the taxpayers" of JliddleOurStudeHttan Gnatlu Pleated. A
town township. There is no item on school. The board of.edueation is laying out a program for its school course course at our tchool now combine*
the
tax
bill'saying
that
a
considerable
IOWW TASK.
part of the tax is due to the non-at- which will be the most advanced ever pleuurnTand proHl. You can l « | m >
known in the state. It will not be a
While chasinjr a criminal u fewtendnnce of children at school, but the course of fads and fancies, but agood poiitfon by completing a courts
days ago Constable William H. Chahd- tax is there just the same and thecourse of. solid, practical instruction withtu.
ler was bothered by a dog which kept taxpayers have to pay it.
which will be of real service to the ENTER ANY DAY. to(»iTiilu«l Inrtruttioo.
THOMAS N. McCARTER. PRESIDENT
snapping at his heels. Finally the
children when thev leave scnool.
dog tore a big piece out of hia trousEvery resident of the township and
ers. New trousers are noL delivered every taxpayer of the township should
NEWTON DOREMUS, VICE PRESIDENT
JESSE MINOT, TRBASOWSR
at Mr. Chandler's home with the moi-n- do his share as a matter of public
A course in training teachers to
PERTO AMBOY, N. J.
jnff paper, ond after the constable fin-economy to stop this loss. livery par- teach agriculture will prooably be
ished the work of running down theent in the township should do his snare started at Rutgers college this" sumDIRECTORS
criminal he went to the owner of the toward keeping his own children in mer. Some of the members of the
dog and told him that he would have school, not only in order to decrease Middletown township board of educato put up the cash.equivalent of thethe tax rate, but principally to. give tion .believe that one or rabre teachers
NEWTON DOREMUS, RED BANK, K J .
'
UZAL H. McCARTER. RUMSON, N. J .
trousers or the do? would be shot. his child as good a chance in the world in that township should attend this
CLARENCE G. APPtETON, NEWARK, N. J ,
THREE-DAY TOUR
JOHN rf. MOUNT, R E D BANK. N. 3.
The man put up the money.
i course in order to be capable of teachas other children are getting.
t ing agriculture in j the township
PenBiMkbr Conducted
CLARENCE WHITE, RED BANK, N. J.
FREDERICK W. EGNEB. NEWARK, N. J .
I schools. The same sentiment prevails
1-0-0£t was unfortunate that the man put |
May 23, 1912
, jin regard to the summer school for
THOMAS N. IJcCARTER, RUMSON, N. J .
JESSE MTNOT, RED BASK, N. J.
up the money. Not that Mr..Chandler ' Some time ago the people of the ; teachers at Cnpe Mav. A course at
$12.75 from Red Bank
deserved to lose a (rood pair of ]uppsr end of Shrewsbury avenue pre-j either of these schools will make the
MARCUS M; DAVIDSON, RED BANK, N. J .
trousers. Ho is a first-class constable,' sented a petition to the board of com- j teachers better qualified and the beneCo*cn«]lneceuarr
and everybody likes him except those j missioners, asking that sidewalks be I fidal results will accrue to the children
who have to be subdued by the strong . laid on Shrewsbury avenue from i o f the township. Some of the memOTHER SUMMER TOURS
arm of the law. Just t h e same i t ' Beech street southward to the town ' ers of Middletown's board of educaYellow.tone !"•* ' Mirillme Proving.
would have been a irood tiling for Red]"mit.-i. Sidewalks are already laid as |Dtion believe that the board should pay
MiukolulalMi
Aiirindaclo
Bank if the man had refused to p u t ' fa,. as" Beech street, but the walks the. . t I e X p e n s e o f sending the teachers to
MicldnuUUod '
NU|«r« M i l
up the mon^y and Mr. Chandler hud r e s t o f the way t o the town limits these schools.
Thousuid Uaadi Mantreal «ail Quebec
shot thi_> dojr. In fact the man should are of.dirt and in wet weather they
Full information of Ticket AprenU: or
have been maile to put up t h e money are very bad indeed. In fact this part
C. Studila. DlHtrict Passenger Aeent. Wm.
Middm>own is progressing more
Ptdriclc. Jr.. AMiitr.nt District P*ss*nirer
and the dojr should have been shot 'al- of Shrewsbury avenue is the very
in"~?ctjool matters than any Aient.2(B Fifth ave~i:e (Cor.23th at,) New
so. Anv circumstance which leads to worst part of Red Bank, so f a r arapidly
s
Vorkj
the reduction of Ked Bank's bis? dog sidewalks are concerned. I n spells of other school district in Monmouth
county.
It has able; capable men in
population i> a cause for rejoicing, protracted rain the mud is sometimes
the board of education who realize the
while unythiir-i.which prolongs the lire above one's shoetops.
needs of the times. There" has been
of these curs is sotiu'thinfr to be dea
faction in the township which has
plored.
opposed
tuktable school.appropriations
George Woods. J r . . one of the Republican statesmen of the town, is in-because -of political' or personal
In a short time the telephone com- terested in a small unimproved lot onhatreds, but the oeople of the towapany will establish an exchange at that part or* Shrewsbury avenue. ship have cheerfully voted the money
Holmdei. This is somewhat remark- , Georav Woods does not live in that the board of education has thought
able when it i-- considered that Ilolm- part of Keil Bank. He lives where necessary, in spite of this organized
del is little moiv th;in a country iuim- ^ id e walk.- a r e already laid. He does opposition. Middletown will this year
WHOLESALE &Ut) RETAIL DEALER [H
lut. It is suirounded. however, by a not want sidewalks in that part of the reap in trood measure the results of
rich faj'minii' territory. Xearly tV^'ery •town where this property lies and hethe liberal appropriation of the past
Lumber,Sash,
Doors. Blinds, G l a u
few
viais.
farmer in that suction has a telephone circulated a petition opposing sideand this p.e.^ssitates the t'Xehsin<;e. walks being laid there. The saving to (Totcu Tnlic continued on page 1?.)
»nd
Builders'
The' establishment of 'th'_- exchange ; Mr. Wyods, by knocking out the sideis a n indi.atinn ui a bit: change in walk plan, was, in the opinion o f : ,,., '
rural communities during tfie past 'George 'Woods, of v e n \ much more! w l l e n v a c a . n t property grows t»o
few yenr.-". Nearly every farmer in importance than the comfort anil wel- '.. expensive,
advertise in THE; REGIS
p
RED BANK. N. J.
the Holrmie! district owns nn automo- fare
f
f the
h people
l of
f that
h part of
fh
of
the; T E K s " ' a n t columns.—Adi:
bile an<i many or them h:ive hail elec- town.
tricity installed in their homes. This
shows that' farming is n profitable
The Drummom! e.nttte own? a big1
business ami that the fanners are
irc-ttinir tlK'i: shire of tho 'jv.<,d thin.ts block of land in that p a r : of the town. *
This block of land front.- on Shrewsof this lit'-,-.
bury avenue. The Drunimond.- have
never done a thinjr to build up Red<
Bank that I ever heard of. They have ' ^
Tut:
EEI-.I STKi: toiler atulato s the
hold onto their land until t h e ero'wtli | <;
1
p o o p l e (if S h :ewslmry aveir.;,' up ..11 thi' of the town lias made their land very i v
fact that at last they ;;iro to net a valuable. Thev have now divided this • <•
ROdd U'l'MVt'ln il highway. Thev wore property into lota and have put it on ! •/
New Jersey will present the name of he" distinentitK-d t i tli
i- l.mjr a.L'n, hut pr evious the market. They hope to reap im- i 'boards of c
pmnii.-siiinei':
:
- have .-•pent HK'iise profit.- throtiKh huvinu' held | >
guished Governor, W00DR0W WILSON, to the
the road n'.oi ley for improveme tits in their property out of the market for so | ?
ot-H j r parts n: the tew
li. and have lonsr a time. -Notwithstanding this, | S
Democratic Convention at Baltimore next month. His
wasted a iro"
(1 deal uf it
they, like Mr. Woods, opposed the lay- j . , ;
nomination will reflect credit upon our State and carry
intr of a sidewalk in thai part of Red ! <)
Eijbert M. H'.irle.v was in.-lnnnental Bank, regardless of the welfare of the ithe Democracy to victory in November.
people
who
live
there.
j
•
*
in «ttinar thi.- impnivemem for the
pi.j[>le of West R,-,i Bank. He is une
of th'j best e'lun^ihiK'H lied Bank
The cmmU.-ioners up Red Bank did ! <l
We ask all Democrats who admire his leadership:
ov 1 !' \i:\d. When lu- u\ivoj:Ui s speiuiinp the town's money for improve- not order the sidewalks laid, thtiuiih '}
his £TKU ability and splendid courage to give their
ments IK> does not dn so because there they had power to do so. They should <l
(
i.i irraft tn it MT iM.-.-au.-e p'»iitiil;ii have nideieil the .side'Aalks put do'.vn. , .
no
matter
how
much
opposition
tliere
j
/
earnest
and active support to THOMAS J. SCULLY of
bo:-se.s want him to do it. As chairman of tilt- committee on roails lie has was to tile iiiipviivement by ir.cn of the -^
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stripe
of
Georue
Woods,
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r
.
The
owni
:
Middlesex and JOHN VV. SLOCUM of Monmouth at
done trood service f>r the tuwn. lie
ha'- the kni)w!etli:e ami self-conridenee crs of property who refuse to improve : >
these properties should not be per- ! <
the Primary Election. May 28th, for delegates to the
of a su-.'ctssful man of business.
mitted to hold up needed improve- ! :>
ments. Sidewalks should be put down. , <
National Convention from the Third Congressional Dis•Some nf the stnri.-snien «>f the town Holders of unimproved lands who; <
do
nothing
for
tile
town
whore
their
j
'•
mitke fua ui Mr. Htuley iic^ause he
trict.
chews toluicco and sometimes -wt';i!<, property i.s located are of no value to • <^
II is likoly. huwuver. that the people a conmuiniiy which wants to ;.rni\v <
NOMINATE A 'MAN WHO CAN WIN.
of the tnu'n u-nii!ii lathe!' iinve a cniui- and thrive. Such men oppose im- ! (•
cilnian who clieiv. t'>Uicco and c>:cas- provements, while they wait for the | <[
ionally suears than a hyp.critical and town to ftow up and make their prop- | <.
canting couni'ilman whn kfips his of-erty valualilc. They act the doir in tile | ^
(This ajv. r a j for by the Jotir. W. SLcun Coiaraithw. Lo^j Branch. N. J.)
firo in a muddle and iroe- mit .if urti.-ial manner part. Tliey do nothing them- | c
selves to improve the town, and they | >
blisiness in puliiical disgrace.
do their utmost to prevent other people
from nettiiu: 'the iniprovements the
town needs.
. Capital is said to he constantly look••••••••••••»••••••»•»••••»•••••••••••••»••»•«»•••••»
in,-; for new lields of enterprise but
upDortunities alone this line arc sonio- } The comini- oilers oii};ht to nuiku
times overlooked. Red Bank has -seen .short work of pposition of this kind,
much of the new spirit of enterprise when it comes to improvements which
the past few years, ami both the town the town needs. Every street in Red
Bank oti^ht to havti sidewalks and
and the siii-nuindinp country have- ,i been benefited. One (treat enterprise I <-'urbs. N'o new streets should be taken
which has been overlooked is a trolley over by (he commissioners until those
line from Red Bank to Freehold streets lire graded and improved by
through t h e villages of Lincroft, the owners of the property to be imItolmuel. Brade.velt and .Marlboro, 1 Droved, and not then until sidewalks
We are now showing MILLINERY for the warm J
•with a conncctiiiLT branch through have been laid on both sides of the
weather
that is sure to come soon.
streets
for
their
entire
length.
T
h
e
roir.V N'eck. Scobevville and Tinton
town should not be made to pay for
Hats
made of Linen Turkish Toweling, Lace as well as
the improvement of streets which are
priChip, Milan, Leghorn, Peanut Braid and Panamas, all for
With i:s v.a-ellerU railroad service, desitzned .-ol-'iy for the belletit
it:- three pre>eiu- ti olley lines ami thevate land owners
Summer wear, at popular prices.
proposed trolley route to I.onLr Branch,
Kvery man who lives on any regu]!.r''.i Bank i- well connected with tile
Founded by JOHN F. ORYDKM,
si;ri'oundinir country on the north, larly laid street in the town of Kedj :
Also a line of GUARANTEED HUMAN HAIR. ; \
!';r-t ami >outh. Tills is not line of the Bank is entitled to a (M"d sidewalk in
PlonMr of Indnatrlal Inturanc* In America
rich farniiiiL' territory west of Red(;ettin&r to and from his home. Xo
Jia.nk. Tliis town is the nearest shop- one thintr docs more for a town than
ping place for the people of l.incroft, ^ood sidewalk.-. They make the disIlolmdel and Hradcvelt, and lied Bunk tant part- of the town available for
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.'ll:' O i •njoys a U'.,,xl deal o f M a r l b o r o home sites, :md it is homes which
town.
\<> attention
trade. Til, 1 people living vvost of U('(ibuild up the
1
11;,'ik at.- t n o f a r :iway t n w a l k to whatever shonl ! lie paid to land specuWhen you see this R on your doctor'*
Red Bank, N. J. '
t(j ^ n an<! m a n y (if t h e m d o n o t o w nlators who oppo-e improvements whil
1
prticrlptlon It means take it to a Rago w t h of tin
rill- ' I] automobile-. Many of them i they a r e waitmir fo tlu
be- tow n to add to th \ aln of t h e i r
1st*red Pharmacist, who will compound
e p n v . ' i l of I'IHII h pnviloee
(Oppoiite the Second National Bank)
unimpio\cd |
t h e a b s e n c e of c l i i u c h c s
it acauratoly with pur* drug*. Pretl'fir
l'1 to'.vii:-. a n d 111< y tinil
scriptions filled at the Knlckarbocfcar
> 'J"t to a n d fnun t i a i u - .
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Pharmacy have this careful attention by
Midpi
•KQISTERED PHARMACISTS ONLY,
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•y | p , p a y i t . - i
A H ' p l h - y I m p - l i ' - . . - H i ' - ppiii- - i i ' . ' i : i - : . | i i l raided
and at moderate prices.
woo d i p u i l p i u p a l a t e c i n i a ! I P M r i t o r y . ti'achct
TOPED BANK REGJSTER
It is not what you EARN, but what you SAVE that is YOURS.
Let us have your savings, we will pay you 3 ^ per cent and you
will have the quiet satisfaction of seeing your balance grow, and of
knowing there is a fund safely at your command in time of need.
Open an account now with the
RED BANK TRUST COMPANY
mini's -'ASHES CILLEGL
Gettysburg Battlefield
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A MIDNIGHT LEAK!
Pennsylvania R.R.
IS ANNOYING,
CHARLES LEWIS
BUT A LEAK IS LIABLE TO HAPPEN AT ANY TIME.
Plumbing cant last forever, no matter how good it has been.
The water pipes, faucets, drains, etc., should be examined at
regular intervals by an experienced plumber, and such work as
needs attention intrusted to him for repair.
Give me charge of the plumbing in your house. You will find
the bills smaller than usual and the work well done.
Estimates on repairs or new work cheerfully furnished.
Plumbing Supplies and Bath Room Fixtures Secured on Short
Notice.
To The Democratic Voters.
JOHN McCLAIN,
Residence, Red Bank,
49 Oakland Street.
Shop, Mulford Building,
FAIR HAVEN, N. J.
Apportioned to Date (STSiT) to Participating Policies, and Payable as Policy
Dividends after 1912 over TwentyFour and Three-QuarterMillion Dollars.
These are Included in the Company's
Liabilities.
Millinery for Mid-Season.
The Prudential
MISS A. L. MORRIS,
66 Broad Street,
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GET YOUR SHOE REPA1RINO DONE
CENTRAL SHOE SHOP,
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of wink I .IPI, Spri'lnl
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AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE.
You HIIOUKI itiHure your car ngaitmt fire M well ns your
(hvclliiiK- A flrdt-clnss f»olicy covering fire damnKcand theft,
backed by nn 818,(XK).(XX) campany and at a very reasonable
premium.
CENTRAL SHOE SHOP,
Ihut M n l
RED HANK, N. J.
You poNitivcly should attend to that
lenky roof now. For the raltoy BOOBUII
IK lU'i'r. llnvu us cull und go over
thlnns In (rennral, I,i'nd«r.i, Guttern,
and Plmiibln« work ull need nttmitlon
at thi» tlm« of the yeur. Good work
promptly done,
H. W. REYNOLDS,
PRAOTIOAL,
SANITARY PLUMBINQ
•nd Shwt Motal Wortt.r,
B» E. Front St.,
Red Bank, N. J.
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15 Monmouth Street,
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WAISTS.
Sl'AMI'IXl,
POULTRY DEPARTMENT,
BRKEDER AND CKHIBITOR OF
White and Columbian WyamSetUt, Whit* Plymouth >toclia and
Rhod* Island Rwls. Winning 1 7 « Ribbon* ami 12 tllvar
Cup*, at Thr*« of t h * Laadlns Shows In Mi* «tato,
LAGRECQUC TAILORED UNDERWEAR.
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R. H. VANDERVEER,
•road and Monm»uth Straata,
125.
BED BANK. N. J.
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dilliculty
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THE LITTLE SHOP
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RED BANK, M. J.
end Express.
Now tint
tlm. It M»r I *ia
fumHlir*. plunni at r m i t a.ovin< ol
•f v\ly »r rotjn
b.nk Oifor, rou h*«.
roiir n . n movln* ioni,
TEE BED
FLAGS!
,FLAGS!
REGISTER
Pace 5
NEWS FROM HIGHLANDS.
GREAT REDUCTION
T E T L. E Y»S.
Buy afagand show your patristic spirit Decoration Day
by hanging out the Stare and Stripes. Americanflagsfrom
one oent to twenty dollars. Flags with staffs,flagsand
extra poles and large bunting flags in almost any desired
size on hand.
)FFICERS OF REORGANIZED BOARD OF TRADE
ELECTED FRIDAY NIGHT.
The Board U Planning a Great Deal of Work for the Betterment
of HighUuMb-Methodbt Sunday-School Preparing Program for
ChSdren's Day—One of George Smith'* Track* Break* Down
with a Load of Beer.
About forty persons attended the' rare store on Miller street which he
meeting of the board of trade last Fri- •ecently sold. Mr. Maison and h i s
day nfibt.ln the borough hall on Bay on will do tho work on the building.
avBnne. At this meeting the following
Captain Herman Swigart of Engine
officer* were electedforone year; • impany No. 6 . of Newark spent a
Not Hard to Wire a House.
It's odd how many persons deny themselves the use of Electricity, simply because their houses are not wired and because they
fear house-wiring is a costly, a dirty and a troublesome job.
Come to think of it, though, it's not so odd, after all, for the
average man or woman has enough to do with his or her own affairs
without inquiring into things which have not been brought directly
.to his or her attention.
But we want to bring this house-wiring matter to the attention of every house-owner who is not a user of Electricity.
We want the heads of families and housewives to know that
wiring a house does not mean tearing up floors and cutting into
plaster and mussing up rooms and turning things upside down generally.
.
The work can be done without leaving marks or scars on ceilings, walla or floors, and without seriously disturbing the household
routine. AH wires are run between floors and ceilings or between
partitions and the only things to show-are the outlets and fixtures.
As for the cost, the average dwelling can be wired for less
than $100. It all depends upon the number of outlets and the kind
of fixtures wanted.
( ,
A complete job, ready for the light to be turned on, can be had
at the rate of from $ 7 . 0 0 to $ 9 . 0 0 per outlet. Nor need the cost
price be paid in a lump sum. We will do the work in a satisfactory,
workmanlike manner, giving you a choice of several kinds of fixtures
and accept monthly payments if such terms are desired. Nothing
especially burdensome about this.
We will be pleased to explain the details of our proposition to
anyone interested. A telephone call or a postal card will bring our
representative to your house.
"
'
iw days last week renovating, his
Preildent—E. A. G, Intemonn.
Tint vice president—Addlaon Romttln. summer cottage on Atlantic street and
Bocona vlco-pMalilimt—Terry Marten.. getting it ready for the coming seaBecretary—Harry Johnson,
Tteaaurar—C l u l l Jolinaon.
_ . son/ Mr. Swigirt will move down for
Board of director*—J. Hoffman, M. R le summer gome time this week.
Itoaenbeum, Orandln V. Johnson, C. Wll- Captain William Mead, district depllanu,John Hunter, Phil Greenspan.
:ty sachem of the lodge of Red Men,
Sergeant at arma—Howard Johnson.
who h a s been a ( littlc under the
The charter for membership is open weather
Flag Day, June 14th.
Decoration Day, May 30th.
o r the past two months, exuntil next Friday night's meeting* A pects t o fmake,
a visit to the different
neat deal of interest is being taken ribes in hia district
a few days.
thiB line of work and the board ex. The directors ofin the
Methodist
sects to make things lively around hurch will open an ice cream
parlor
Highlands this summer.
in T. H. Lane's building opposite the
church on Bay avenue today. They
The Methodist Sunday-school board will sell ice cream, confectionery and
met last Thursday night and made lome-made breadj cake and, pies.
Broad Street,
Opposite First National Bank,
The Beacon house on the corner of
arrangements for the Children's day
exorcises. The following committees .tlantic street and Bay avenue i s beg overhauled and put in shape for
were appointed at this meeting:
Mllflio—Mils Beatrice Herbert, Mrs. he summer season. ^Ncw plumbing is
"human HUSB, J. 3. Burdge, J, F, Ilaga- leing put in and a few other changes
&n.
'
Training children—Mra. Thomns Huns,. ire being made to the property.
A new cement curbing is being laid
Mr», h. A. Branson. Mrs, 8. W. Foster.
front of C. Mell Johnson's property
Decoratlon»—J. J. Burdge, Stepben W.
in Miller street t o take the place of
Poster.
he
old wooden one. The work is beTrunk Bxoka Sown.
A large truck belonging to George ng done by Mr. Johnson's son, Harold
'
Imith, who conducts a bottling bus- ohnson.
less on Bay avenue, broke down on
Rev. John Sweeney of Asbury Park,
Miller street Saturday morning. The riio was formerly i n charge of the
»ox of one of the front wheels pulled Ihurch of Our Lady of Perpetual
STEINBACH COMPANY of Aabnry Paris have secured the agency
Dut of the hub and let the loaded truck [dp of Highlands, spent a few days
of Monmouth County for the famous Old Town Canoes, and now have
lown to the ground, bending the axle •itn friends in town not long ago.
on exhibition several models which are especially fitted for such bodies
little. Only seven bottles of beer
Charles T. Maison, Jr., was bitten
of water as the Shrewsbury river.
•ere broken, although several cases y a dog belonging to Rev. J. A. Riglid off on the ground. The cases ley last week. The wound w a s hot
Tho Charles River Model, which as its name applies, iB'well adapted
'ere transferred to another"truck and •ery bad but was cauterized by Dr.
for use on rivers. It is rather broad of beam and. tapers at both bow
the disabled wagon was towed into '. J. Rowland of Bay avenue.
and stern, thus enabling it to navigate very shallow water, yet retains
65 BROAD STREET,
RED BANK.
lurencellatthews's blacksmith shop,
The Boy Scouts of this place took
all its speed, which explains its popuU^demand.
several, long tramps into the woods
Piaharman Q«t« a Watttaa*.
Daniel Porter of Newark was down last week. A large number of boys
9 the Highlands a week ago Satur- went on each outing and they had
Teat sport playing games.
lay, Saturday night he decided to
Charles Nagy's t w o stores on Bay
lobbing for eels and accompanied by
tvenue
have been repainted and put
17 f t Charlea River model, with keel.
..$33.00
ohn Wolfe and C. Schanck he started
condition for the coming renting
out. Porter was standing up i n the
. 18ft. "
" " withkeel...
35.00
eason.
The work was done by Wilstern of the boat pushing off with an
16 ft. "Otca" model, with keel....
37.00
onv when the oar slipped out from iam Beige of Fifth street.
Miss Carrie May Bradley and
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
under him und he went over in shal17 ft. "Otca" model,"with keel
'...
39.00
Ps'otkv iH horoby slvon Hint an c-lectlon
low water. He got wet all over, but jleorge Wilson, both of Highlands
will
1,0 held In the borough of Pair l l a .vere
married
at
the
Methodist
parsonA&P Pure Food Bulletin Commencing Monday, May 13
All Canoes will be delivered at the water's .edge free of charge. Or- after changing his clothes he went age last Thursday night by the pasvi'n. In tho county of Monmouth nnd
back. The three men stayed out about
state nf .N'uw Jersey, on Tueailny, the
ders held for future delivery if desired.
;or,
Rev^
Thomas
Huss.
twenty-llrsi day of Muy, one thousand
four hours and only managed to get
nine hundred and twelve, for Uie nrst
The street at the corner of Miller
three small eels, Porter says he never
eloetlun tif otlieurs of .salil newly-created
worked so hard in all his life for such itreet and Bay avenue has been
municipality, viz.: I-'or the election of a
raded and put on a level with thi
mayor and Mix counotlmi-n, to serve until
small returns.
tho next K"nernl election; an unsesBor
lew cement cross-walks which weri
01mnge» to Pliotograiih Oallery.
iinU n collector, to hold olllce fur the time
recently put down.
luref-alil. Polls will ho opened at fllx
Mr. and Mrs. R. Crompton of
The East View hotel was opened
lock ii. in., and elosi-d nt seven o'clock
m. The polling jilnec will be In tho
Brooklyn have had a few changes for the summer last Wednesday. Wil•jllildlnj;
of the Fair Uaven volunteer fire
made to their picture Kallery adjoin liam Hewlitt and Harry Brown, both
company nn l'enrl street. In the paid boring Johnson!? bridge pharmacy. Th( if Highlands, will have charge of the
miKli "f 1'alr Haven. Tile ballots used
at said eltcllon shall lie unotfldul balbuilding hns been raised one foot nnd louse this season.
lots nnil no envelope shall be ri-tiulred.
L. H. Blair is having a new porch
new platform has been built around
The honnl of recititiy ami election or
salil elcutlun district of the borough o t
he building. The building has also built over his fish market on Bay nveFair Uaven will meet at the building of
been repainted both inside and out.nue near Johnson's bridge pharmacy
tin- Fair Haven volunteer lire company,
This is one of the oldest established The-work is being done by Contractoi
situate on 1'i-arl street, in said borough,
mi Tuesday, the fourteenth day of May,
picture galleries in the Highlands, William Hewitt.
one tlKHiyimd nine hundred uml twelve,
Captain William Mead has rented
having been conducted under the manfrom i,nij o'clock p. in., to nine o'clock
his
cottage
on
Atlantic
street
to
Mrs.
agement of Mr. Crompton for the past
p. m.. fur the iiiiriiose of revising rind
Newton of Newark. Mrs. Newton will
conectiiiK Hie reclntry list from tho llk«
26 years.
list used at the special election field in
take possession of the house some tirm
S&ndlana Improves Property.
the territory ciinstltutlnfr tlie' sulil bortliis
week.
ough of Fair Haven on April 2M, 1912 '
William Sandlass, Jr., proprietor o
and shall >'ul<! thereto the names of all
John Scalenger of Newark has been
the Surf House pavilion, has had that here
|
j
other
(lualllled voters who Bhall tm
fishing the past week and his
Evaporated
Pink Alaska
A&P Laundry
shown by nn alTlduvM In writing of some
building put in first class condition success has been so poor that he hai
filter;
in
tho election district to residn
1
for the corning season. A number of decided not to give up his position a
therein whose names are not on said old
slight repairs have been made and th Newark.
leslntry or poll list.
shrubbery has also been trimmed' ani
Perry Adair is laid up with a very
Dut.d May 4111, 1912.
the grounds surrounding the place pu' sore eye which was caused by poisor,
a
TUG MO.NMOUTH COUNTY BOARD
AT
in good chape.
OP ELFX'TIOX.
ivy. The eye is badly swollen and in
Can
Xoa 0r«am Stand to Open.
JOHN C. PATTF.ItSOV,
flamed, but no serious results a n
Chtilrman.
Joseph Hunter will open an ic feared.
CH-MILKS K OON'OVER,
cream, confectionery and tobacc
The contents of Percy Hauser
stand this week in the building which Btore on Bay avenue were sold i
n.WlION'D DOUGHTY.
feretory.
__ known as the East View pool room. auction Saturday afternoon. The ar
Clerk of Shrewsbury Township.
This building is at the terminal of the tides all brought good prices.
IK CHANCEEZ OF UEVt JERSEY.
trolley line almost opposite the Hotel
To Sidney D. Allan.
Miss Ada Vaughan, who has beer
By virtue of nn order nf the Court of
Martin and affords an excellent place employed during the winter in New
Chancery of New Jersey, madn on the
for a stand. Mr. Hunter conducted
York, has returned to the Highlands
clay of the date hereof, in a certain canst*
stand last summer in this building.
for the summer.
wlien-in Lizzie Tl. Allan is petitioner and
Evaporated
A&P Seeded
Shredded
you, Sidney D. Allnn, lire defendant, you
Jacob Wauters of Greenville :
Foultryman Hakes Another Trial.
are required to appear, plead, answer or
spending a couple of weeks with h:
demur to the petitioner's petition on or
Alex Adair has set his incubatoi father, Captain Seil Wautcrs (
before the third day of July, 1912 next,
again. Mr. Adair was a little dis Water Witch.
or In default thereof, sucli decree shull
be taken against you as Hie chancellor
appointed in the results of his last
AT 1:00 P. M.
John Patterson of Miller street has
Bhall think equitable und just.
setting, getting only five chicks ou
The object of this suit is to obtain a.
of the 120 eggs which he set. He ex returned from the Lang Branch hosdecree of divorce dissolving the mnrrlaeo
pital
where
he
had
been
taking
treatto get better results from thii
between you and the said petitioner
ment.
Now is the time to sell your surplus stock. Follow the crowds pects
lot of. eggs.
Dated May 2d, 1912.
Charles Meeker and family of NewA&P Brand, oxtra sifted, - a can ISc
IIOHAOB & HENRY T. STETSON.
to our sales ring: and be convinced this is the best place to buy o • r U f Items.
ark arc down for the summer at their
Solicitors for Petitioner.
Reliable Brand, sifted sweet, a can 13c
M. E. Rosenbaum's Albin ice cream summer home on Atlantic street.
320 Main street. Orange, N. J.
Sultana
Brand,
sifted
June
a
can
12c
sell, Entry book closes May 28th at noon.
parlor on Bay avenue is being com
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Fahrer of Newark
lona Brand, standard,
•
a can 10c
pletely overhauled and put. in good are visiting Mrs. Fahrer's mother,
PROPOSALS.
shape for the season. The walls wil Mrs. E. Rroomc of Water Witch.
1912 Brand, soaked,
•
3 cans 25c
j . J. MCDONALD,
be repainted and tho ice cream chests
Frank Dorsett is negotiating for an
, Sealed proposals will be received by
will be revarnished. The new machin automobile which he will use in the
NEW LAID
ery which Mr. Rosenbaum recently in trucking business this summer.
the board of chosen freeholders of the
Fancy Selected, Every
stalled i s now being used and eivef
county of Monmouth, at their rooms
Miss I . Lippincott of New York reentire satisfaction. This machines turned Sunday after a week's visit
JACOB C. SHUTTS, Auctioneer
Egg Guaranteed.
in the court house, Freehold, Newis able to turn out forty quarts
at Alex Adair's on Bay avenue.
Jersey, on Monday, May 27Ui, 1912,
cream every ten minutes.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Martin of Orange
In Sealed Cartons
at eleven o'clock A. M., nnd then and
Mrs. S . Howell, wife of Captain S spent Saturday and Sunday at then•W ^»» ^ "WBF -^ ^aw ^ ^ a r -w ^^ •»• •^a^ -w <^sr -w -a^r- ~w ^W • ^ a ^ • ^aW^ • ^Br
Hawell, has taken charge of her hus- bungalow on Sea Drift avenue.
there publicly opened und read, for the
band's poultry business during his ab
Fred Fclger of Newark has taken
building of a gravel road, known a s
r
sence. She had a hatch from an in possession of his summer cottage on
the Marlboro-VanderburK road.
cubator last week and got 76 chickens Atlantic street for the season.
out of 80 eggs. Mrs. Howell is well
Said rond is to be constructed i n
James Taylor of Brooklyn spent
pleased with the results of her a t Saturday and Sunday at his new cotaccordance with the plans and spectempt and Is determined to try tage on Shrewsbury avenue.
ficationK heretofore adopted and a p A&P Bread
again.
~ilis8cs Lizzie and Emily Goldberg
proved by tho board of chosen freeJacob Knodel is having a new dock of Newark spent Sunday with Mrs.
holders.
built on his property. The dock wil E. Groome of Water Witch.
run out two hundred feet from h
Plans and specifications can be obAlex Adair is having his store on
house which is on the shore near Ba; Bay avenue repainted.
S6.7O Per Barrel
Mr. Adair
tained of George D. Cooper, county
avenue. Charles Peterson of Hi
is doing tho work himself.
We Pride Ourielvet on thU Brand
engineer, 00 Hroad .street, Ked Bank,
lands is doing the work. Mr, Knc
Louis Fluhcr of Now York is BtopMakes Taitjr, Delicioui Bread
or specifications may be obtained of
has had his two bungalows on HIT ping for u few weeks at the Beige cotavenue rep«lntc<l. Tho work was doni tage on Fifth street.
C. E. Close, clerk of brand, Mutuwnn,
by William Beige of Fifth street.
Mrs. Jack Sutton of Newark arrived
N. .1., or at the rooms of the board,
Mead & Co. are putting Atlunt at her cottugc on Atlantic street on
Freehold, N. .J.
street in first class condition for Ui Suturday.
A certilii'd chirk in the sum of ono
summer travel. New gravel is being
Tho lodge of Kid Men have five
put on the street and It will soon b candidates for initiation nt their next
thousand doltar.s, dniwn to tho order
ono of tho best streets In Wutc meeting.
of .1, ,\I. Corlies, dirci-tor, imiHt a<1Witch. Tho street is lined with South
C. MIXIHIUIII of Holioktn him arrived
rnnipany till liids.
Carolina poplar trees and during th for the summer.
The bimril of choxen frei'holdi'i.i r<—
summer 1B completely shaded from th
Wllliiim Ilclga IIIIH pnintcd bin IIOURC
Hun.
serves Hie riir'it to reject liny or nil
on Fifth street.
The mmriintlno him bevn lifted o
bids If ileemecl to the liedt interest <lf
nil public plmoii In the borough. Tl
tlir i-iniiity .-o lo do.
Now is the time to Rot rid (if your
Highlands auditorium opened u|
Rnturdny night and tho churrhrn wer rheumatism. You can tin it by apply• I. M. COM.IKS,
liinlmvnt mill nui"WE GIVE iX-H STAMPS ASK FOR THEM*
all open on Hundny. Tlin vpitk-ml ing Chambcrlain'ii
a
Director.
i
h
of mcilftlcH IIIIH been wiped nut nn g g th« parti freely nt caoli appli(i KO. I). COOl'KIt,
now thuru nro nn morn runes of tli cation. Fur t'ali' liv .1 union Cooper, Jr.,
iKi; I)I:I,IVI:IIII;N i n
A LI fit:
County Kn^inrer.
dluuaso In tho IIIKIIIHIHIH.
coiner Uroiid and Wliitn directs.
('. hi. CMISI:, Clcrli.
A new ico box i)xH foot, bun been pu
l'nir l l n v r i, Ort'miii', Kuniup in M. A. Tenney'n butcher »hop it
mm, Monil, iy nml Tliunidiiy.
tlin corner of Miller street mid llu;
avenue. Tho old Iru box bun liwi
Miilillel IIWII, Tin'fldtiy.
a n y o r F*«<I<H1 tfnlr E)o*« N o l
tnknn out nml the building Itncir
Matclt •> «r«< •!••! l o m x aiul
largcd nliotil ton fait. William Howl
At hint
of HlKhlnndn hnd tlio rimtrm't fur tl
uy. Kntiihtown
Wi-iliii'ii
DoIrahU Building tots In W«at>
enrpontur work.
H<'l\ntlfiil h u l l i in 1 ii in I nilnn-'l OVIT
•lit* Parli und on Harrison avan**,
IWK! Sim wnhiiry, Friday.
Mm. H. llcnkcit of Ni-wnrk hn woman Wltlitn It . V I - I V woinim i i t n Imv
It.
It'ff I I NIIIIIII
Ka«t Had Bunk, from f 250 upward*.
nturtril work on n new hiin^iiliiw wliic
• nnttnr. .IIIKI Kt'< '
alia will huvo OMK-ted on llnrbirln itv
liiilllo o f IIAV'H
Tarma to aull buyer.
IIA.JK
llr,,\l,TI1
nun on tho ui (Hindu of tlin Wild
loiliiy, I'M,. II i run
Witch (IcvitloiiinK company. StrphM
H I D HANK, N. .1.
OO DROAD 8TWIJI /I',
Inrl)' nml viiu'll im
WrlKht and Ilii. ry Hmlth will do (IK
I," trimlilnil will
i:r»v Iml
lariinntci- work on tho building.
RELIABLE NOME TREATMENT
Mr«. (ionrgfl W. llnidy cntnrtu
lliftl'n t»t nnmiyliit!
Tin OBBlHH ttattaunl far tka Drink II«U| m* U DM* with aknliata IMIMWIM. II iUati
Ui« flv<> hundred rluli UnL Tina win
nml I n IIiitInw,
as] SMln) far whbkr, few* at oik* nlwiholUi •llmulanla. TlmiMndi har* •ucr.-rull, nml It «. nftnrnoon, I'rlion worn nwiirdffll
HA VII
II A I It
"IT'S A CURE2! THAT'S SURE"
Patterson Building,
awM ba*» f—lw»d t« II^M of Mbrtotir ami utpruliMH. Oan b« nlvwi kwr«tly.
llm wlnin'in imil fnvorn WITH illntrl
IIIOAI.TII In lunl
ORRIMa I* pnvoari In I wo tmmm N» I, MMMI IraatlMnt. • pw4w, ulnoluldi lutabu »r ul^l to em-h purton prencnt. H#f re»h
nil ttilmi ft>r tiit'ii nn
60
Bro««l
Street.
R«d Bank'
JfOWISa' BREAK-UP
ui'll. All i l l i u t n m i n
I h w wmllr In tmi m <trb>h: OWUNB Ha, % In Mil Imm. la for Ik-, wko M r a to ul tnenti w i n Mrvml anil n nodal Imu
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will IM nfuntal. Cola ml
llrwfttttaiHr—<il««fr«iiOIUUN««ll*r . l r U | rtmr
>im >*iitir intMitiy
id«ilni« nbcitit tli« rial tatat* yaw .
Otiarli<« T. Mnlmm IIMS «(nrtrd worl
ivnr W yonri wluiu all other trantinvnUi hml fulled.
m:k If ll'» mil »ntl«r«rliir>\
tu unllT Try TlIK R uNl i n g ' , n
on hlf.iww four-reom tmngalow whlet
culumni. —/law,
, »h* will » r « t In th« rear of tho hard
1-Nir mils by itOHEUT II. VANIIKKVKBK.
It p«y» to atlvcrtUa In Tin BwiiTtn.
TETLEY'S NEWS STORE,
RED BANK, N. J.
Old Town Canoes at Steinbach's.
Public Service Electric Company,
The Prices of "Old Town" Canoes.
Bargain Week ,1'. A&P
IONA CORN
4 CANS
AUCTION SALE OFHORSES,
25c
Harness and Wagons.
M.F.
Id's Auction Mart,
EATONTOWN. N. J..
Wednesday, May 29, 1912,
PEACHES
Salmon
Starch
lOc
Fancy
Creamery
3ic lb lOc
BUTTER 35c lb
APRICOTS
RAISINS
Wheat
12ic lb Sic
PEAS
Manager.
EGGS
O O per
• • ^ V doz
LUMBER!
Sugar Cured Ham, 1E> 1 6 c
85C
Flour ISsack
Callies. lb - 1 2 c
We carry about the largest stock
of lumber in MojimouthlCounty.
We get most of our stock by
water. Freight rates are much
cheaper than rail, and hence we can
give very low prices.
Our big stock enables us to make
very prompt deliveries.
The Estate of T.S.R. Brown,
Keyport, New Jersey.
DRINK HABIT
25c Ilozer
Delicious BACON, lb 1 7 c
SMOKED SARDINES
PEANUT BUTTER
CLOTHES PINS
SALERATUS
- A&P Ball or Square Blue
Society Women
3 cans 25c
pound l i e
100 for 10c
pound 5c
1-4 lb box 5c
SPECIAL.
Hendrickson S Stout.
THE RED BANK BEGISTER
Page
NEWS FROM KEANSBURG.
ADDITION TO STATION TO BE LARGER THAN WAS
ORIGINALLY PLANNED.
Work will be Started in a Few Day§ and the Addition will be
Completed in About a Month-*New Point Comfort Beach
Company'* Pawenger Automobile Runs into Ditch—A. M.
Bennett & Son of Keyport Open Vegetable Market Here; r
For the House, Garden and Farm.
ter Dorothy of Jersey City returned
The improvement* which are to be home • last week after a week's visit
made to the station here will start with Mrs. Theismeyer's mother, Mrs.
soon. The architect was down from Amanda Wilson of Main street.
The Patriotic Sons of America met
New York last week and he said that
the addition on the north side would in the Methodist church here Sunday
night.
The Berge Sisters $ang several
be thirty feet long instead of forty
patriotic songs and the pastor
feet and the addition on the south preached
a patriotic sermon.
Bide would be 105 feet instead of sev- The Methodist
church here is holdenty feet. The frames for the build- ing a series of services
in the church
ing will come already franked nnd the every Friday night. Pastors
from
addition will be completed in a month. neighboring towns preach every meetAuto Bun" Into Ditch.
ing night.
The New Point Comfort Beach comAlexander Fancell of New York
pany recently bought a new automo- rented the Nuberg bungalow on Ocean
bile to carry passengers from the sta- View avenue last week and will take
tion and tried it out last Saturday possession about the last of this
•night.- While turning the corner of month.
Church street and Carr avenue the
Oscar Hesse of Red Bank is buildmachine turned over. No one was ing an ice cream parlor at New Point
hurt but the machine was damaged a Comfort Beach. Mr. Hesse will open
little.
up as soon us the building is erected.
Hew Vegetable Market.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wilson of Jer• A. M. Bennett & Son of Keyport sey City spent part of last week with
have opened a vegetabUj market on Mr. Wilson^ parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Main street. They will run two veg- David Wilson of Palmer avenue.
W. E. Walling will open the shore
etable wagons this summer, one from
grocery otore tlile week. Severn! imhere to Keypuii and the other here.
provements
have been made to the
A New Bioyole.
grocery store.
Melvin
Ramsay
Broander,
the
specM.
L.
Frinester
of East Orange has
1
ial delivery boy; received his new bi- rented the Jacob Martin cottage on
cycle last Saturday. Ml*. Broander will Raritan avenue and will move in next
deliver special delivery letters , this week.
summer on his new wheel.
The brotherhood of the Methodist
Will Remodel H o u s e .
. i :hurch will hold an entertainment in
The government will make several the church Wednesday, June 12th.
Mrs. Charles Wilson of Maple aveimprovements to the assistant lighthouse keeper's house. A new roof and nue gave birth to twins last Wednesother improvements will be made to day. They are a boy and .a girl.
E. W. Schneider and family of New
the building.
York arrived at their summer cottage
Celebrated Fiftieth Birthday.
at Beacon Beach last week.
Richard Carr of Freehold, formerly
Mrs. J. Carman of Palmer avenue
of this place, celebrated his fiftieth is spending a few days with friends
birthday last Tuesday.- He received and relatives at Jersey City.
fifty postal cards, one for eacji year
Miss^fnez Robinson of Carr avenue
of his age. '
is spending a few days with friends
IB Oronadi.
and relatives at Brooklyn.
Richard Carr of Freehold is im : A. Cloven of Brooklyn has rented
proving hiB property along the creek Crane's store on Carr avenue and has
road and also along Carr avenue. Mr. opened a grocery.
J. Lovett of Newark is occupying
Carr will sell this property ns buildhis summer cottajre at New Point
ing lots.
Comfort.
Mew School Foundation Nearly Up.
E. N. Wilson of Main street spent
The concrete foundation for the new Saturday with friends at New York.
schoolhouse here is nearly up, and the Miss Minnie Downes of Carr avebrick work will begin at once.
nue is confined to the house with grip.
Brief Item«.
Mr. Lobel of Newark has opened
his
novelty store on Carr avenue.
The Sunday-school of the Methodist
Miss A. Shay of New York moved
church began practicing for Children's
day last Sunday. They will hold their in her new cottage last week.
David Wilson, Jr., is spending a few
exercises Sunday, June 9th.
Mrs. Harry Theismeyer and daugh- days at Asbury Park.
•Work rat Station to Start Boon. ,
THIEVEB BIND OIBL.
FREEHOLDERS APTEE EX-SHERIFF.
x-reohold Girt victim ol Bobbers' Work
She Was Unconsctons Two Houxs.
Counsel Sireotea to Btart Proceedings to
Becover Sheriff's Books.
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Freeholders Buy Flagf*.
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LAWN MOWERS.
Iron Age Farm and Garden Tools.
There is never any failure with the Irqn Age Farm and Garden Tools. They include nearly every possible kind of a tool that a
man may want on his place. The strongest and most powerful
machines for the heaviest farm work, or the light hand tools for
garden use, are alike the best of their class. The tools and machines are made from the very best materials in the very best
manner.
The Iron Age farm machine business was started 75 years
ago this season. It was started by Stephen Bateman, a man of
extraordinary inventive genius. He had clear-headed and cleanCadet, 12-lnoh cut
82.8O
Cadet, 14-Inch cut
82.68
Cadet, 16-Inch cut
82.8O
The Lakewood Ball Bearing Lawn Mover, QS.8O up.
Iron Age Cultivator, $ 5 . 2 5 .
Other Kinds as Low as $ 2 . 9 8 .
These wonderfully durable and easy running Lawn Mowers, 8 8 . O O up.
RUGS.
Go-Carts for the Baby.
We are showing one of the greatest assortments of rugs ever brought to Monmouth
county. It comprises rugs of all sizes, from
• the small rugs «sed in front of bureaus or in
front of doors, to the very large ones suitable
for a whole floor covering. There is an equajjy^
great range of qualities, running from Ingrains
to Wiltons. The patterns' are the newest. The
following shows the way we have priced them:
30x60 Smyrna Rug
98c.
9x12 foot Smyrna Rug
$8.90
30x60 Axminster Rug
$1.48
36x72 Axminster Rug
$2.48
9x12 foot Axminster Rug... .$18.75
9x12 foot Brussells Rug
$12.50
Baby likes to go out for a ride as
well as the larger folks, and he likes to
go out in style.. In one of our automobile go-carts he gets all the style there
is, and comfort, durability and beauty,
as well as style, go with these baby
carriages.
CREX RUGS.
CREX MATTINGS.
These are the new grass rugs in different
colors and designs. They are durable, handsome, sanitary and cheap.
RAG RUGS.
j
llimiillnl Wnula Mum
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OMII'IIIIK iif lln< l.uin. Ill
lid him. r l ,,l Ilir I'.. . 1,.. -
Porch Rockers.
By starting in early with the work on the lawn, i^can be kept green and in fine
We have a fine stock of Porch Rockers, our fresh spring
condition all summer. There is no better way to do this work than with a good lawn stock being now on sale.
mower. The Cadet, the Lakewood Ball Bearing, and the High Wheel Imperial are the
These are the finest things for the porch that can be had.
threelbest kinds.. They give a wide range of prices.
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They are graceful, easy and very comfortable. They, add more to
the porch than almost any other piece of furniture, unless it be
one of our Swinging Settees. They com4 in reed, rattan and woods
of various kinds. The prices range from 90 cents up. We have
similar chairs without rockers for those who prefer that sort.
The hoard of freeholders lust
lliil.s fur the Wntor Witch section (if
the ocean lioiili'Viinl, n1 sticlill'iif " l-II Wednesday ordered I'M) American \
Iliifjs,
;ixfi I'eeL in si/e, to lie 'used at
miles between Atlimtii Highlands null
1 thu polling places tlirouKlmut Ihe i
Water Witcli, wore rcccivi'd liy Ihe
board (if freeholders lust Wednesday. ! county in compliance with u rei'ent
to the clertinn law.:
Five bidders suliniittcil estimates (ill amendment
1
Jloppini; Ki'nvcl nnd mi Allcmvnod 1!. I '. S. Drown of Matawan was'
travel. SI fin t nnd Caruso of Atlantic awarded the contract to furnish t h e '
Ilavry
Hil'liliinds were tlie low bidders on Hutfsi nt forty cents each.
llnpniiiK Kinvcl, their hid hein(! Comploii of Malnwan hid l.'i cents
1
SI V.r»:tM.r.€>. H. I!, Ilunhos nf West encli.
l.cniK llrinii'li WIIS the lowest bidder
Want Al»liro|iriatt(iu f o r Inlat.
•on Allciiwuod travel, his estimate hcApplh'al inn f u r an a | i p r n p r i a t i n n n f
inir S'JIl.Ollll. The liids will he I'mwarded to tlie Male road ciiinini.1- | $l, r i,(lllll I n u i i l d t h e |iellllallenl illl
lintHT, ;n the stale has appiopi inteil |n (iveiuent i i f Shark river inlet \ v a : , j
¥lil.(inii for the work.
made In (he board of f r c v l m l i l r r s bis.t
liids for coinitnii-lini! iihoiil I I.OOit week by HelniMr and A v o n people. j (
rnlni' yards of concrcle u l n i n i n r wall , The's.tale hn ; : alreadv a p p r n p r i n l e d , t
in connci't inn with the mad wriv !S.'I.1,IIIIO I'm- lhi>i wrn-l;.' The inlet I l l l ; : /
opened.
Anihrnse
Mallliew.i ^ lleell eln-ed fnl snllle time 1111(1 ;;<UVI'nI t
'riioinp.nn of Itril llnnk were the Inw IIMSIIi'i'iMid'llI a l t e n i p l ' i have been made !
c.tl liiddcir. with mi 4-s-tiimit•• of s."i.!i.'> In npell i t .
I
]ier ciiKic yiitd. Tlie Moiininiilh
enn
slinitinn ciiinpuny hid ^'ii.'M 1 ' and
MoiiM.Hnl Clo<-k I , , i ' t l n i i i u n l l l l o i n i i .
Hvrnni and Uutht'i-fovit i>l' l!ed Until.
A healllirill bliill/.e mid j-ol.I rlnrk '
If'i.fiO per enhic yard.
lian lieen pri'M'tiled In the Hnuciufl.
re^l hntlle nt I Venn Uinve by l''l;tnk
ArrgstsU I«r Clilrkeit Fit oft ] In if.
Mc.Mulinn <d Kuni.'iin u:i n uieniiiria) [
.Iti.-'i fill Cnnovcror Anlniry I'nrl; \v:ri In hin wife who died lii'.l yenr. The
nrieilcd IfliM week mi n rli.11 r•• ol chick r » l :;.l.llllll and r.liillili live feel
ntt'iili 11 ir eliiclu-iri rrooi Kdwiuil While, high. Al. Mi'.Miilinii I... i i • i 11 il in
WaiiMiihi liave Itecn mil im i'unlliiru|ie. M n , ,Mi .Miihnii wir. an in- ,
1
Ovel'r, lillrl't
f o r I'OIUV l i m e . l>ul
w l l i n llVeWtnt.rr 1'nl Ille HllllI'Mil! llnhli .
lie learned "I Ihin he left Imvu. Me
l e l n i l l i d l u l l week lind the pulire Mioll
|;nt 1111 lii'i trail. I'liimvei' W.'IM held in
If inn I,ml in awjiil Hi, n i l i m i ul' ihr
Claud jury.
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E are ready for warm weather and to supply warm weather needs. Things for the house, things for the
farm, things for the garden, and things for the stable—are all here. We keep the very best of everything in itsline. Whether it's a stable tool or set of parlor furniture you want, you are sure of getting
good, substantial articles if you buy here, and the price is low when the quality of the goods is considered^ It's one;
thing to sell cheap—anybody can do that if the quality is nottaken into account; but to sell good goods at a low
price—that has always been, our aim.
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Two men walked into John ,L. Arm- The board of freeholders last week
strong's house at Freehold early instructed Hulif V. Lawrence, counsel
"Wednesday night and bound and fov the board, to bring mandamus
gagged their daughter Mary and ran- proceedings against Clarence E. F.
sacked the house. The girl was soHetrick of Asbury Park, former sherun-nerved by her experience that she. iff,.to compel Mr. Hetrick to hand over
was unconscious for more than two the records of his office for examination by the investigation committee
hours. .
Tlie young girl was alone in therecently appointed by the board.
The mntter was revived by Dihouse, her parents having gone td
visit n neighbor a few doors away. rector John M. Corlies, who asked
The girl's brother, Howard, had gone what had become of the investigation
to the National Freehold banking com- for which the board had appointed a
pany where he had some work to do. committee. Mr. Lawrence said the
The two men knocked at the rear door investigation was started when Sherof the Armstrong house and asked iff Hetrick's term of office expired,- but
if Mr. Armstrong lived there and also that the former sheriff had removed
if he or his son were at home. The the books of the office to his own ofgirl said neither were home nnd fice at Asbury Park and had since restarted to close Ihe door when the men fused to.bring them before the board
said they were after her. Miss Arm- for examination.
strong started to run through the
Mr. Hetrick claims that it is cushouse to escape by the front door when tomary for retiring sheriffs to keep j
she tripped and fell over a lug. Thetheir books until all business of their !
men then pounced upon her, binding term is wound up. He says he is per- j
stockings and socks tied together fectly willing for anybody to examine
across her eyes, mouth, throat, knees his books and that he thinks the move
and ankles. They then carried her is made for the .purpose of injuring his
into an adjoining room and covered chances as a Republican candidate for
her with an overcoat.
delegate to the Republican national
Every,room in the house was ran- convention. Mr. Hetrick is pledged
sacked by the intruders and a large to Roosevelt.
quantity of silverware was wrapped
in some clothing. Three rings anil u
COLLIER PLIES TO HEW VOEK. '
necklace were taken from Miss Annstrong. While the men were at work
He
Makes Aeroplane Flight From Keygathering their loot Howard Armport to New York In Half an Hour.
strong returned to the house. When
Rohert J. Collier, accompanied liy
the men heard him they made a busty
exit, leaving all their plunder. The Walter Uroukin.*, flew from Keypnrt
yming man noticed the unusual condi- hist Thursday to New York in Mr.
tion of the house and soon discovered Colliev's hydrct-aevophiT^p. They mado
litK .sister who was then unconscious, j the trip of ',)'! miles in thirty minutes.
lie summoned his parents and a doctor Arriving at New York the men
"\va.s obtained to attend to the girl. alighted on the surface of thu North
Mi^s Armstrong was vmt-ons.'iims most river nnd Air. Collier wont ahnnrd the
of the night and could not give a very I United States cruiser Washington nnd
uVtailcd description of what had taken i called on 1Admiral Ostcrhaus. Lnter
I i\Ir. Colliel and Admiral Ostorhaiis jitplace during her parents' absence.
tended the openine; of the aero show at
the (irand Central palace at New
HOUI.EVARD BIDS BECEIVED.
York.
Btout mid Carttno of Atlnntic
Furnish the L o m i t Estimate.
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We have these in all sizes and colors.
These are inade.in the same way as a rag- carpet is made. They are in many colors and
These Folding1, or Collapsible Gostyles. The sizes range from lSx2i inches to Carts are comparatively new and they
0x12 feet. The prices are from 3 4 cents up. arc vcv;: attractive and popular. There
have hei'ii some changes in them this
year; but they arc just as comfortable
We have; a full line of mattings, from 15 and just as pretty as they were last year.
coiils \KY yard up, and by tho roll, from $l>.()0 The baby is entitled to all tho fresh air
per roll up. They are this spring's patterns, and sunshine it can get, nnd with one of
and we have them in China and .lapaiicne our easy-running Ko-carts it becomes a
lmimfnetme. The China Mattings are clear plcnsure for the mother or tho older
straw, hoth woof and warp; while the Japan- children to take the baby out forn ride.
ese Mattings are of straw with linen warp.
Tho utraw from which these matt.iii|{« are
It is hard to quote prices on baby
made is) poeuliar to Oriental countries, and carriages, heoauHC.we have HO many
will wear many seaHoiiii.
styles that it would he- iniposfiiblo to describe and name them all with prices.
MISSION FURNITURE.
Hut come around and see. thorn ! The
We have llie.'io icoodii in (lie now ntylcH youngsiler will bo proud to ride in any of
and colont. Tho uliapcn generally a n ' t h ethem, and it won't bo hard on tho old
name IIH in previous yeuru, lull (here li.t.-i lieen mnn'ii pockolhnuk, either,
The one1
u touch here nnd there which relieved Ihe shown in thin picture ifl a collapsible
pluinni-'iH. while there v.t n greater-vara-ly of folding K"-('ll|'t which we are selling nt
coloni than in the p:i'il.
the iipccinl price of $ 2 . 9 0 .
handed business methods, and his idea was that quality'counts
above everything else—that a good tool always commands a market
with the right kind of farmers—that a cheap tool is not good at any
price.
The industry started in 1836 with the manufacture of hay
and manure forks of many kinds. Thej>otato " drag," which was
really the first potato digger, was the work of Stephen Bateman.
Hand gardenitools with cast iron frame and hoes or teeth, which
had to be pulled with a load on them to get deep cultivation appeared
in the" early 40's. Hand garden rakes were made and one horse
cultivators with good frame followed. About 1875 came the famous line of Iron Age wrought iron one-horse cultivators. " Model"
drills and " Gem " wheel hoes were added in the 80's and the last
fifteen years have produced a complete line of potato and general
farm and garden machinery, including riding cultivators, potato
planters (Improved Robbins), sprayers, diggers, orchard and beet
cultivators, horse rakes (New York Champion), variety machines
and the modern line of garden wheel hoes and drills. The business
has grown with uniform success year after year as each new part
of the line was carefully developed to the satisfaction of the
practical farmers, truck and home gardeners.
Practical quality does not necessarily mean high-priced machinery but thorough service and durability—machines built to
stand the wear and tear of common sense use. "Your money's
worth every time" is the principle on which all Iron Age tools
Have been made.
We carry a great variety of Iron Age Farm and Garden
Tools, Some of tho larger farm machines we do not carry in stock,
but we can procure at short notice any of them which may be
MATTINGS.
Double Wheel Combination Hoe, $7.00.
wanted, Our stock of cultivators, Wheel Iloas, Seed Drills, and
various nltnchmonU of those machines for Hpecinl uses are kept
coimtuntly in stock. No man over made a mititako by buying Iron
Ago tools, and wo have as our cuHtoniera many farmerfl whd will
usu mi other make,of tools on their places.
Tho pictured given herewith, and tlio prices nt which tho
machines nro sold, BIIOW hotter than description the vnluo of tho
articled,
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III
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BilllllAll liy niAlllltf (llf>iinn.
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Ml". Kllin llhvin " f l.miK
Uinm-h hi»ini1nl ;ji'.!o,iiini ihi-i \.-in T i n . f i e i , .
W101 hndl)' hntned mi lln 1 fate nnd hollll'I'M p i o m i ' i i l I n t,,l.,- III,. ,,|,|il,,'M
IUOIH hod. week I'V hln^ini'. |-ICIIM<'. I inn Uodcl 10U i ,<.-lll, 11!
jvirf*. DIIVIK WIIH eo<ililti|: no 11 IIIIIKI'
i\nd Ih lifting n f i y i n ^ |iou fnmt lln 1
liltlac lutck IH ti F iiiitly cmi<*-tl by \
(lie ullewi'd I he (tfciuu- to pill jnln rhei Ji-in ul' Ihe inn., I. , ..r Ihe .... l', |
llin dtovn. Mini WIIK liiKlnntlv nut fur which vnn Will lilld llnlllllll' hellei .
I'm I
IV llll> lllu',ill|! trrenni-, I I , Tttimi ('hni'iibi'i-IHIII'I l.inlincnl.
rti'du^l to her nciiii'tance find Pllhi by .Inlilen CnnlM'r, . l l . , enl III'} I
llnMid nn.l While
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HENDRICKSON & APPLEGATE,
EAST FRONT STREET, RED BANK. N, J.
MtWIMMMMIMM»MMMUHHMMMM<MIMMMMMMIMMMMl
TMK KiSJJ BANK UKUlHj i-A\
For Epilepsy or Fits
ft
Greater Farm Efficiency
&C0.,
Choosing a Useful Draft Horse
B m o r A B A J J Z X D W W l f A H
DRY GOODS.
BROAD STREET,
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Kosine
TREATMENT
W i t h o u t Bxpcnee
Thoro is nothing more frightful
in>a happy' home* itmti to luivn ono
of its memliors Inutuntly HH/.(•<•
with on attack of Kplk-]>ny or KUH.
Tho Koaliio Treatm«nt i-tiiiuvi>.s all
fear of these attacks which arc RO
frcQUfint to the NuJTorers of Kpi*
lepHyv Koatno Imn boen ancccnnfully uspd for a nurnbor of ycara
by tilts laity an wvl\ a« i)hyn\ctiu\u,
and the mimy Kratttful l^lttire from
tiioHO who IULVQ Uflctl KoBtne testify
to tho real -merit of the trcaLnitmt.
Tho Koilne jraarautea absolutely
protect* TOO. B«7 a bottle of Kpsin« far $1.50. Jtf, aftor xMng, you
aro not entirely uatlefled, yoalr
money will be refunded.
JAMHS OOOlMfllt, Jit.,
Corner ISraud and Whttu streotu.
NOTICE OF PRIMARY
ELECTION.
RED BANK, N. J,
ow
TO BA* cra»»rro*a.
DCS. CAULK & CAKL«V
Kuccutor^' Mollco. '
031 EOF ATHIC PBYBICMMO.
..'Timothy. M. White and Albert t .
KUnerHuikllnn, UmadSt., R*J fiwlu
DbromuB, executors of Theodora V,
Ttt!uph«ne 8M,
White, duccaeed, by order of the surrot n of Aim-ric*n Hthool ol Ottaa»atlar
gate of the county of Monmouth, hereby
irkBville, Mo
gfvti notice to tin* eroditorn of th« miltJ
Omc.» Iloun: 8^0 A. M. to8:00 P . |f.
d«ccuM"i3 to briiiR in their* debts, domiuult*
und cliiimo against the cfltute offtnidtlcci'iittcil, under outh or affirmation, wjlliln
nltie monthii-from the nintli day of April.
rfVIL ENGINKKH AUV
1912, or ihwy will lie forever Ii.irrcd. of
Ilroud nnrt Muumnuth u
any nation therefor uyalnat tho said o.xiM IWi-L
UKU HANK. N. J .
ocutorH.
B. F KiN(i,
TIMOTHY M. ""WIIITIO, i \\t
F
AlAiUlVT T. DOUMMUS.
vrciRHlNARY SUItGEON AND
.OENT18T.
_OW m j I , E TO BAB CREDITORS.
suntwanuRY. tiv.w JKRHKY
ICxccutoro' Notice.
•iFimcB Imird ami Joseph T. I^tiird, Jr.. florBCB tmnrded winter nnd *nminor and
free ot chnrec.
lixocutora of Uobnrt IjaJrd, docfimod, by
<m.er of tlie mirrogato of the county nf . Overatoniy performed on Utchva with p«ri«ct
Mu.nnioutli, tien*by tflvti nuticu to tUo, f
H. U H. STUYKRR,
crcdltoru t>f 1 tic* naiil (li-censcrl 1o briritf
VETERINARY SURGEON.
In their debtH, iioinundo mid clulniM
atfaliiBt the rututo of wild dccitaHetl, un- Office. Vtfblic Service (tuildlnR. Ti-lephon«i!4&
der .oath or aninnatlon, within nine lUBiiienca RlKhrewsbury Avnnuc Trl<tphoc*lM
montliH from tho eleventh day of MniTli,
. TtEU RANK. N i ^ .
11*12, or--they will ho forever barred of
my imfon thert'.for ujjalMHt tho uulri ex"RNEST A. AREND,
'cutors.
AltCHITECT,
JAMKH I/ATRI),
40111 Rlrrrtj'Ni'w YorlCitr. '
JOS,,1*11 T. LAI1U), JH. I'I VT.
Klnm»nO) I'.uiliHnp. Anbury Park, M J ,
llorldtnrc. Itruuil Hlrrrl. Itud Bank, U. T.
tiliecinlfptin country work.
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Special Notice
JOHN S. A PPL EG ATE & SON,
RELATING TO NUISANCES
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r/>X]NSELLOR3 AT LAW,
Notice id horoby Ktvcn Unit a primary
dinK.
Broad 3 t r « t .
clectfon will bo hold In the borough yf
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IN T U B
RED BAKU. N. J .
Red Hunk, in tho county of Monmotttti,
oa TuoHduy, the twrnity-oiRtitli day of
I?REUERICK W. HOPE,
May, A. I)., one thousand nine hundred
AT LAW.
anil twnlvf*, tmlwcen, tho linurw ui' out
COUN3KLLOR AT
Nuinttuc«i wiUiln ihc uivftuhii* of tihri'wsbur] E
BTCMIH nnd Front flt
o'clock In tins afternoon HTHI nlno o'clock
.n TlANH, N. J .
In the evf-'tiiiifi, for tho purpomt of having ore Tiorcby delim.tl nnd OeclnreO to bo, and thm
••hnll
ificludo
anil
enbrace:
tho. vnfir.H a t BUCII primary olccllon Indi1. The placing or .depositing in or uinjti anj
cate* thtMr prtiforencti nmoim' tin? luttiUifDMUND
WILSON.
X
Oatca for Prettlclcjit of the United Htatcs atreet or alley, or in or upon nny public'or prlvoU
J
COIlNKRLLOIt A T L A W .
property in thltt townnhip, any deiul nnimul or 1J
iui)
nnd for tho put-pom- of electing dele^i'
UED BANK, tf. >
part
of
tho
same,
or
nny
&cw\
fi8h
or
nny
part
oi
and alternate* to tlm nit tin nut convenOfnee : 10 EAST FIWNT BTRRBT.
Honfl of th»» IJemocratlr .and Kopnblicur tho aame, or filth from prlvienorcesHpotjln orcatcb
luslnuur rubbl-ili uf any kind or description, or any
LSTON BKEKMAN,
hniiK*- or kitchen alops or parbufie, nmnuru oi
Said primary election will bo \iuld lr Bweepinfr" (provided Uiat stable mnnure and other
COUNSKLT-OR AT LAW.
the foilo.wing plrictrt;
muriurt' may be UBWI as a fertilizer), or any foul or Notary Public.
^uPf*!}Le
l a district Nlo. 1 in tmUt tmrnush, ni offensive or obnoxious matter or Bubfltance whatOfTicca 9 Broad ntre«t, REI» BANK, N. J .
Navqsinlc hook and iiuliler company';- isvyr.
hou»o, Meclianin atrcct.
ii. Any full or Iwiky privy vault, cesapool or other
R. HERBERT E. WILLIAMS,
In (II strict No. 'I in aald ho rough, n1 n-ccptaclc for filth.
SUItGEON DENTKT.
SUI
IndoiR-ndpnt I'tiprJnc company'<( house,
3. Allowinirnrpcrmitttntranyriiehtftoil. ^arbs««
i i t
f P
i
Cmduata U
University
of
Mechanic Htreftt.
or other ulTcnnivu or decompoainff tiolid or fluid
I)«y»IJi lied UiUlt: Moneys.
d««rf««
In flirttrWit No, B In saiil txirouKh, n mattrr nraiibiitunco tolcnli or ooz*> from any carl Odlu,
TuCTfior ovonfaurnfroinvJOtoBJl
William .11. Houston'^ jjaiaRf, L.uKui or wnjjon or vena*l in which the same mov bo con- and Saturdays:
120
Brwu)
Street,
R«d
Bank.
N. J .
veyed or carried.
(. The carrying or convfylnff through any street
n district No. i m haid borough, a
B W, M, THOMPSON,
any substance which has bben removed from «ny
borough lifj.Il,
DENTAL BUHGEON.
rn illHtrkt No. G in said hoimi/jh, a privy vault or cvsBfool. unlcw tho aame ahall h«
Bad Bank. N . I
Tho man I'urU'11'd real estate otlice, Mori inclosed in air-tiff lit barrel J. or in a perfectly ttehl 2d Nat'l Bank BuikiinR.
and properly covered watfon.
Hours ft-6.
IllOUtll HtlL'L-t.
5. All carting of (rnrbac" through the fitrootaoi
In -diHtrtct No. 6 ih saiil lioroinrh, a the
between the hours of aunacl TVR J. D. THR0CKMORT0N.
Union hb.se company "n liotise, Khrowa and towiiuhip(;xcopt
Bix A. H.
Stallion of Good Form.
bury avenuf.
DENTAL SURGEON.
6. Tho burning of any matter or substance which I /
In district ,No, t in said borough, a shall
OFFICB!
emit, or cauao, or iiroducc or enst off any
Hhrow.slmrv n.vf»nuo.
Rtd'Buit, H. » .
A horse's height la measured i n deeply covered with nitisclea and oo oy.'ui'H.
or obnoxious, or offensive, or hurtful, or an* No. E"BTO»i BtrecU
Wltiif'H.s my hand tiiU 8th day of May, foul
oylnp
Baa,
Hmoke,
steam
or
odor.
free
from
coarseness,
roughness,
sores
"hands" (4 inches) from tho summit
A. D., IIH'2.
A. C. HAltKISOK,
R. FRANK L. MANNING.
7. Thocaating or diacharKinic Into tho ShrewsSURGEON
DENTIST.
Clerk of Borough of Red Hank. bury
of the withers to the grouud. A typi- and tumors. The withers should be
or Naveaink, or South Shrewsbury river, of
RED BANE. K . S ,
Into any atrcmrp in this township, or en the boundcal, Ideal draft horse stands over 10 well covered and moderately high.
ary Hno of this township, any aubatancewhich ha* nroiul Btnwl. opposite Ford & Maior"a.
hands (5 feet 4 inches) and under 1$
The forearm, extending from the el- NOTICE TO DOG OWNERS. boon removed from any vault, cesapool or Bink, or
R, R. W. JEV^ETT,
Notit:*; i.s ijoroby Riven that tho coun- any offal or other refuse. liquids, or tmllds, by any
hands high. Tall, leggy lporses, If d e - bow to the knee, should bo long, wide,
DENTIST.
cil of tli'j borough of Jtod IJtank hun UIJ- pipes or utherwlse.
ficient In weight, wldtbranii quality, heavily rauscleii and free from coarse- iointo'1 a ilop catcher, and that thft orRoom H S^nnl Natbnal BanV Bafliln*.
8. Any and every nuisance aa above defined b
1
11
RED BANK. N. J
are undesirable.- Sjjch horses oUen ness. Thlscortion of, tho body of ttio itnauct tuiit resolutions 'jiJUjjaed by their htrcby prohibited and forbidden within tho townbody will In- risidlv enl'iinjitetl for nine ship of Shrewsbury, and any person making, creatnro round affected with St. Vltus' draft horse, together" with tlie lower montliH from this ditto, May 6th, 1 y.ll!. ing, • cauainff, piaintainintr or pormittinar any o(
a WILLIAM ROSE,
dance. Exceptionally tall horses (over { thigh (gaskin) of the hind leg, cannot All dotfK found running at lar«.* ujum said nuisances shall forfeit and pay a penalty of
DENTIST. •
th« Htrorts of the boroush mu«t hiive twenty-five dollars.
Sucwanor to Dr. K. F. Borden.
17.2 hands) nro difBcult to match in be fattened, but la.composeii chleflyof :ili'iut
The above ia on extract from the ordinances of
tin' note .a wire muzzle nr-curely
Gaa ndminlatercd.
pafra and therefore may not meet lean muscle and bone. .''The muscles fastened to prevent the (lag from biting, tho board of health of Shrewsbury township, and GO BROAD STREET.
RED BANK. H. * .
and any rloi? found upon the streets tvith- the same will be thoroughly enforced.
with ready suie on the marltot. Such Bbould be prominent In front anil imt-^tejni;
projitMiy muzzled will he ImAQRAM T. BENNETT,
C.
HURLEY,
horses are chiefly used for single work? above and the entire part clean and pounded, and if not redeemed Wy tho
President of the Board of Health.
• SURVEYOR AMD CONVETAKCIK.
ownur within (.'.venty-four hours, will ho
RAYMOND DOUGHTY, Secretarv.;
or as (he m^ddlo horses of threo horse free from pufflnesB and coarseness.
115 Bridge Avenue.
RED BANK. K. J ,
-With Georsre Cooper for fifteen yt*n.
The
knees
should
bo
straight,
wide,
VTEW
YORK
Evtii'}'
piTfior.
v.Im
shall
own,
koop
or
toamsi
harbor any dO£ ^hall have tlu* sani'.' r«K- A
RAILROAD.
A draft horse Bhould weigh 1,600 deep, strongly formed and smooth.
1I/ILLIAM H. FOSTER,
istcred ar.d .lumbered with tlie clerk of
Time Table in effect April Hth. 1?12.
»™
REAL ESTATE. INSURANCE
So long as tbeao and other Joints tin1 tmr'UiKii if the <'\viier or i>i*i\sun li;upoundB, or more, in ordinary
flesh.
Stations in New York: Central K. It. of New
AND LOANS.
r
bnrlTiK
tlio
samo
.shall
re.sidn
lioiv,
and
Weight In a draft horse Is absolutely are free from putfo," b<5ny growths (shall \\VM:V ujmn tlu: iicrk of i-aih iU»f? Jersey, foot Liberty Street andWoat 23d SLret;t; EATONTOWN.
NEW 3am.
Pennsylvania
Hailroad.
7th
Avo
and
^2d
Stxe-^.
necessary for tho hauling ol heavy and mcatineBs, they cannot won bokept
in",
harbored,
a
collar
having
cnHudson
Terminal
(
H
&
H
R
.
R
)
Church
and
r
f,
niv**d
thorcon,
lipon
a
metal
.suitace,
C\
EO.
D.
COOPER,
.
too
largo
or
too
strongly
developed.
Cortlaniit Streets, foot o£ Cortlandt and Deeloads. It enables the horse to derive
thp naiuo of tin; O\VII<M of tho -saiil do^
7"
CIVIT, ENOINEEPfull benefit from the strength of his Caeea should bo straight and so set and tlie rcgisterou number tlierruf, ami broceca Strecta- -•
Succcftaor to Goo. Cooper. C t _
TRAINS WILL LEAVE RED BANK
RED BANK. n . ».
muscles, ailda to the effect of bla mo- is-to perfectly carry the weight of tho it yhall be lawful for any por.snn to kill For Perth Amboy. and Elburt>eth 5 55, 6 41. ? 03 cotoffico BulldtaB.
«i;v
rlos
fouml
strayed
oft
tinowner's
(Elizabeth only) dO2. 9 17, 945.1! 3? a. m.: 12 00
tions and gives him a firm grip upon lody. Sprung knees, or "buck knees," IM-omiseH without such collar upon it>noon. 1 46, 2 4R, 4 30, 4 S-t (Elizoheth only).
EORGE K. ALLEN, JR.,
the ground. Heavy weight Is a use- lent In the forward direction are as ni'ck. Tho resolutions ami ordinancfK
5 20 (Elisabeth only), (Saturday only). G 02
referred to docs not repeal the proviCIVTL ENGINKER AND SUBVErOB.
less burden wtien not associated with >bjectlonaule as those of tho 'reverse fionH of liny lav." n«/w in exi.stonce pru(Elizabeth (inly). 7 33. 9 2.1p.m. Sundays. 9 03
Room 7. Patterson Building, Broad S6—"
(Elizabeth
only),
9
37.
1144
(Elbabelh
or.ly)
which
a r e known a s "calf vkling fov t!»e t.i»cir.« of ilaEP.
RED BANK. H. 3.
adequately developed frame and mus- type
a. in.; 4 45. (Elizabeth only), 5 11 (Elizabeth
cle.
It should be accompanied by knees." Examlno the. knees for blemA. C- HARRISON.
only). 6 03Elizabeth only)," 10 (Eibabeth only),
JACOB
C.
SHUTTS,
Clerk
of
the
Borough
o:'
Ited
Hani;.
ishes
and
tho
cannons
for
splints
8
10
(Elizabeth
only),
8
45
(Eiizabcthonly).
900,
vigor and energy.
O
AOCTIONEEB.
9f>7 (Elizabeth only) p. m.
'lose up to the knees. Bpllnts will bo
Special attention niven to >»te« of f«i
For Newark and New York. 5 EG. 6 41, 7 09. • 25.
Tho form of the draft horse should
Notice of Settlement of Account.
farm (mgtemenis and other personal »r9o«rty.
(New
York
or.ly).
7
40.
8
02.8
22
(New
Yoik>.
Kstato
of
John
l
i
*
Uitrnell.
di'ueaaed.
be broad, deep, massive, evenly proP. O. Addroaa, 191 Broad Btrset. Bed BiaJr.
. N'otlc-e is liereby Riven tlmt t h e ac- B 43.917,9 45. 10 4« (New York only),U37a. m.:
Dortloneil ami symmetrical, the entire
1200 noon 1 46.2 48. 4 16 (New York only). 4 !l),Telephone 264.
counts t>r* tlie .subflrriber.-J, HUb.stitiitlonnry
4
54.
fi
2J
(fiaturdn/
only),
6
(Xi.
7
3ft,
9
^
p.
m.
i
adtniui.'itratnr.
with
will
anupwil,
of
tht?
makeup suggesting great strength and
L. EDWARDS,
Sundays 008. 037. 1144.0. in.; 4 45.5 47, 603,
e^tato of Haiti diM't.':iM0<l will h^ audited
•
COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
weight. The body should bo blocky,
7 10. 8 10.8 « (New York only),!) 00. 3 S7 p. ra.
and Kt.'itert
tjy the surrosut* ur.it reported
for f;pitlftnu*nt t«> the orphar.-j cnurt of For Long Branch, Asbury Park. Ocean Gro-se, LONG BRANCH. N . J.. (PoatoHice BolHin»>.
and compact, with short, broad, clean,,
EATOKTOWN, N. J.. ( A d « r t i 3 M B a W t i r i
the countv of Monnj'uuth.
on
""'
Point
Pleasant
and
intermediate
stations.
122
l
u
r
a
well: set legs showing tine skin, large,
n:n t>iirt<?ontn .Ta>vof June A; I I?IL*.
* (Mondays excepted). 6 05. 8 4ft 9 4S. 10 S3
Dat-Hl May 3rd. i?li».
n. m.: 12 20. 12 15. 1 43 (Saturday only), 1 57, ft/lECHANO-THERAPY.
joints and prominent tendons.
2 35 (Saturdays only). 4 30. 4G0.5 t l (Saturdays * " (Kaown 03 Swedish Mrrvfraor.ta & U u n n
H^N'RV \VOI-''OTT.
The entire appearance of the draft
mcepted), fr.10, 6 22. C 38. 741.1030 p. m. SunDIt. R. KAGKL^TAM.
das». 122. 6 20, 9 58. 10 30. 10 52 a. m. liiO. i 55. Red Dank,
OK RXIT.C TO BAK CREDITOUS,
horse should be Indicative of strength
N. J.
14 Monmouth St.
5 50. C52. lOOOn.tn.
Administrator's Notice,
The modical-nu?chanic treatment r»ofor heavy hauling. A massive body,
For
Freeholrl
via
Matawar.
ar.d
C.
R.
R.
of
N.
J,
t
Jol-r A VanHiiHUitk. ailministritor r
OKnizeii by all f:urupean governmoatil
8
02.
3
17
a.
m.:
12
00
noon.
1
45.
4
30.
p
.
m.
net squarely o n sturdy legs la reKriili?i't Jiurtis, il'ictHwi, by orJor of tiicami rDcommendea by all le.idln? ph!
Sunday;,, 9 37 a. m.: 4 45. 9 00 D. m.
.sunotfutt* or tin* county o^" HoniriO'jth.
ciana and eurgeona of United State* i
quired.
LEAVE NEW YORK FOR KED BANK.
liriob;- qive.-t imti." to tin; cre>Ut.ora of C. E. R. ot N. J.. footof Ubfrtr street. 4 M. 8 30.
Good quality la shown by fine,
iU'c s--akl (!>?<vjsi.'<i to hrir'.H in tht'ir debts,
10 00. 11 30 a. m.: 1 a), (Saturdaja only), 1 30.
il»;m.iml^ uiul claims against, th? f.slait
bright, silky hair; soft, pllablo skin;
.130 3 -10 4 45. 5 IX). 5 30. ii M, 6 3.V9 m [Km..
R. A. F. VOSS,
of y.iiti ilocea^i'il, uniler oath or ;ifiirm;i'12 01, (raiJr.iitht). Sur.day.i. 4 00. i 15. 515. 10 00
clean, well defined tendons; smooth
OSTEOPATHIC PHV3rCIA.N".
tion. within nlti'- m^r.tlis from Hio tweua. m.: 2 30, 4 O. 3 30 p. m.
well
developed
lunacies;
strong,
ly-ninlh il.ty of April. 1912, or they will C. B. R. of N. J.. foot of Wcat23i »tre«t, S 23. 5 59.
lr. t\\* Efanef Buildir.ff, Kooa W.
Ih- t'op'V^r liau-^'i f)l* any attinr. therefor
11 20 a. m.; 1 W .(Saturdays only), 1 20. 3 20.
Rod Bank. N. A
smooth bones, ft usually Is associated
3 30, 4 30, 4 63. 5 20. 6 20,8 50. 11 DO p. m. Sur.with style, spirit nnd Intelligence InJOHN' A- VAN HUSKIftK
dars. 8 3;, 9 05. 9 50 a. m.: 2 20. 3 B0. 3 20 p. m.
R
SARAH
CORLIES ft ARDELL,
Per.n. P.. R. 7th Avear.d 32<lStreet. N. Y.. 7 Of'. 'J « .
dlcatlvo of "breeding."
11 12 a. m.. 12 31. X 42. 4 34 (Saturdays
OSTEOPATHIST.
ON E U L E TO BAB CBCSITOSS.
A draft hor.se does most Of his hard
exceptpd). 5 i : . p. m. Suadiys J ' A 13C1. It l i 133 Monmouth Street.
Red B a n t
a. m.. 1 30, 5 12 p. m.
r.d Friday* only. 1250 P.
Tue»d*yi* ar.d
P.H.tot JO r . « .
•work at the walking gait. It' la thereCluni !•' Wulir. St:m1i-y U. Wo!ft' ;ui.l | Penna.
R. R., Huilion Tern-.inal (H. & M. R. R.) Graduate American
A i
.School
S h lof
f Osteopathy «3
IVIix
M.
\V:ul)Uin.
f
X
'
i
u
(
"
i
s
of
l-'-wi.j
fore Important that ho should be able
KiktfUIe. Miaaouri.
Church and OfrtKir.dt atref ta, 7 03. L' 0*}. 11II)
H. WrliV, dec>'as"(l.
by oi'der of t!;- •">"a. m.. 12 !!S (Satunlayjnnly). UW. S 42. 1 2-.
to walk fast without tiring. He should
voy.itf f»f tilt1 cour/uv ot Moiiinoutl;.
(Saturday excepted). 5 H t). n-.. 3ur.dayd » 20.
R.
WM.
J.-WOLFERT,"
lior.-by givf notlnp til tlir- r r v d i t n r s uf th.be able to walk four miles an hour
9 30.11 13 a. m.. 1 30. 5 13 p. m.
OSTEOPATH.
s:iid il.'toaso.l t o l u i i m in tluii- d f b t s , |
Crooked or "Sickle" Hock.
with a load. T o do this the action
For further particular! 6ee time-tables at
01 Ilniad street. Red nank, N. J.
tl^matulH a n d r l a i m ^ ;ii;aln.st tlie cstali- atations.
must be perfectly
regular, Btratglit IKely to cauae Iamonesa._ Blomtsttes I or saia 'ii'irasm. umitr
iiul'.'r oati
o:it!i or aMinnii- L. W. BERRY. Superi-.ter.der.t. N. Y. ar.d L. B. Graduate of Philadelphia college of OJt*opath».
PhiMelphiacoUcne of Anatomy. Ar.d port Br»laand level. Joints must be quickly and
R. R.
ate of American school of Osteopathy at Kttio.
cy to
uay
I nlnc't^onth d;iy of April 1312. 01th.'y CHARLES
O. McFADDIM. Cer.. P»33. Agent. ille Mo., ur.Jer the founder uf the ecienco.
fully flexed; feet must be advanced
"111
bt'
f'./ie\fi'
bai'itd
of
any
action
Tbo'lioofs should be ample In Blze,
N. Y. and L. B. R. R.
a^ai!i.st tlu- .said t-xtcutot-.s.
and set down without deviation from sound, umcoth and sycometrlcal In
GEOaGE W. BOYD, Gen. Pa3i Ajer.t. Pe.-.n. E. R.
CI'AltA I". WOLIT.
W. C. HOPE, Gen'l Pudcnzer Aueat, Central
a straight lino. Soles of the feet sbape.
HTANLKV I.. WOUI-T.
R. R. of N. J .
should turn up nnd show the shoes
I'KLIX :.l.
'
Tho clioat encloaea the heart and :
plalqly as the horse moves
away
Iunga; It should bo roomy la every I
zrotlce of settlement ol Account.
frpm the observer, at both walk and
DENTIST
respect. A narrow, shallow chest do- jKftate
of If'Mir1.' J. K \'0iiOluliu,
trot. Th» feet should be lifted quick
Secor.d National Bank Building
notc3 poor constitution, lack of endur- , .leuoascd.
TRAINS
LEAVE
RED
BANK.
ly, evenly and bo sot down squarely
Rooms 3 and 9
Notii-o 1.^ boreby Klvt-M that the ac-For New York. Newark anil Elizabeth at 5 55.fi41.
nee and deficient breathing organs.
counts of t b 0 .subscriber, administratrix
and firmly.
•7 25. 8 02. *8 22. 9 IT. *10 IS. 11 ",7. t . m.; 12 00.
It too wldo tho action tends t o -wadof tbe estnl>- of saiil iHrf)i.st;i!
will
1
M
2
43,
*1
If
4
30.
IS
20.
7
S3.
S
23
p.
m.
Sundays,
1
1
?09. 11 44. a. m.; 4 45, 110. 8 45, 9.00 p. m.
There should - be n o "paddling," dling or rolling. A narrow chest and audited and Mat<?<l bv- tlu -surroKatt anil
reported for Settlt-int'nt to the Oriihun.s
vUMatanan at 802. 5 17 a.m.: 12 00,
"dinning," or "winging" In or; out. cut- high knee action often go together. Court of tbf county of Monnioutb, on For 4Freehold
30 p. m. Sundays, 9 0 8 a . m . ; 4 4 & 9 0 0 p . m .
DR. R O B E R T DICKSON.
'< ;
ting or Interfering, nor should the foro An ample, wide, deep chest denotes Tlmr.silay, tbe fixth day of June, A. D.,ForLakeKood. Lakehunt, S t . . at 6 44. U 06 a. m.:
2
67,
4
43.
510.6 06, 17 47 p . m . Sundays. 10 ID.
legs swing out or "roll," or the hind vigor, power, etrong constitution anil 191^.
1106 a. m.; 3 40 p . m.
Dated April IM, U l i .
DOGS, CATS, TOY DOQS.
' '.
leg* be carried too close together or easy keeping qualities.
MKTTA M. VON GI^AH.N. For Atlantic City. 6 44.11 08 a. m. t «3 p. m. SonB*>rdln( B u i . C«l« and Il»r»«4 ' J
days. 11 06 a. m.; 3 40 p, m.
too far apart. Iu judging of the ac- Poor hocks are a common fault in
For VinelarA Bridneton. & c . 6 41. II M a. m.:
ON B 0 L B TO BAB CBEDITOBS.
Fmlr H«vea. N. J .
421 W. lUi B*nk.' | J
tion the observer must noto tbo move- draft horses. It it Important to Im4 43 p. m.
Adminlhti'utrlx'« Notice
a n a River and Bamegit at 6 44. 11 W a. ox;
ments of each leg and toot, ttio prove this dellclency. Jo that end !
•••»••»•»••*•••«••»•»
Edith I!. McCloe.". mlministratrix of For 2TB7.
605 p. ra. Sundays. 10 ID a. m.
»••
handling of each Joint and the car-breeding animals should have good 1 Huilji-rt C. McClt.*e«, deceased, by order * New York only, t Satun?tyt onlj.
of the fcurroyate of th« county of MonW. C. Bora.
riage of the entire body, as the horse hocks and for work horBei this also ' ir.ouili,Jierei"y gives notice,to' th» creci- W. O. BEaLtn.
Vloa Praa. and Gen'l Mar.
Cen'l Faaa. Act.
walka and trots. Watch cloiely ror ls Imperative. Tho bock (not "bind itors of the fcald decea.Hftl to brintf in
6-21-11
their
debts,
demunds
and
claims
ajjulnat
lameneeB. The hocks should be car kieo") ig commonly the scat of somo
tlie estate of fiuid dpceaweii. under oath
Be it oi-Uttlned by the board of health ot
rled well torether when In motion one of sucti diseases as bone and 1)0? or alllnrmtlon. within nine nionthn from
the Dorough of R'rf Bonh.
Rolling, or waddling In'front la duo to (not "blood") spavin, tborougbpln and the fifteenth uay of April, 191-, or tliey
Thatfloprivy vault or cesspool anall
will be forever barred of any action
he constructi'd or maintained In an«
too great width ot chest. Knee and curb, ThoflO should b» nTolded. The Ihm'for "(,'uinst tlie »nM ndminlstratrlx.
upon itny property In the uorouwli or
KD1TH li. M'Cl.KliS.
hock action should both b e tree and Joint should look and feel firm, hard
Red Hank where said property front*
upon nr tuttnlns any street or thoroughcomparatively high. Perfection of ac- and with eacli bono wolt d«flnod, freo
Notice of Settlement of Account.
L^u\es Keypnrt
fare, wherein a pnbllo sflwer iu now or
tion at the walk Is of highest linpar
W««k-daya
O
K
.
m.
KHtiitc uf .Insppli H. llotts,
ilec^ay*d.
may lureofler lie I»i4 and In uy».
rom meatlness and of great l U e . The
1
SaturiUyi
0 »• m. and 5 p. m. Any peryan or persons
* Insolvent K.Htiitt .
tan'ce In tho draft horse.
offenrllne
point of the book should bo prominent,
Nutliv 1M lureliy giv^n that W.r- *c-Banaaja . . a ana 11:30 a. m. xsa 3 p . m . aialnat ivny of tlie provisions of t h U
ordinance shall forfeit and pay • penalty
Th« draft horJ« should show a vlg clean and sharp and tho tendons un- cuuntn of tli<? KuliHi-rllxir, a<lininlstrstrlx
I.ca\ e« r\es\' York, Oan^evoort Htreet
with the will annritsl of tln> i»«tate of
of not lrs.f than »:» nor mure than • » •
oroua, lively, •norgotlc
disposition J»r It straight, distinct, but freo from H.'ilillilivrcQHtMl, will t o auillti-'I ftnj ytutod Vutliri
«:30 p. m. and coat.i of suit for each violation
by til.- ftiitrogai'* urnl rrportt"! for .settle- Saturdays
7«t b« docile, tractable and Intelll bulging;.
12:30 p. m.
t ii- t h e orplintiF- «'-nirt of tli<- c o u n t y
L.vive^ Hatti-ry
Tliis' ordinance shall Uke effect tmKent. He should bo ncltlior sluggish
ut M o J i n u i u l h . o n T h u r s d a y , t h e BlxWttk-dayi .
5:1S p. m.
llUt
nor Irritable, nor excessively nervoua
t . ' - u l l i ilus of Mi.y. A l i , l'.UJ.
""-'
,,HNKHT A. ARKNI).
«aturday»
1:30 and 7 p. m. " " • •
•tmdKya. .9:45 ». m. and 1:30 and T p . a . I'r.'.'ii.li'nl of Ited Haul; Board of Healtll
ijiitiii / t p r i i n t h , K ' i :
Noticeable rice*, ns cribbing, wind
Thitrolley
nirs
of
tin'
.Ii-r-i.-^l.'i'ntrnl
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Bluffglnhneis
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associated with fat should be avoided
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as It Induces dlnrano. Stupidity, clum
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alness. moanneim or exceailva norvTime Table in Effect April J*t. 1912.
I h . ' f i u h l il<-> e . i w o l I I I I - I I I I K III H i ' l i i l i - l i t n . I
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OUR MOTTO:
flfigh-CradeD Monumental Work |
You can save 25 per cent by ordering your monumental
work now. We can have it ready'toset in thespring. BestI
o | stock and workmanship always at
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Manson & Son's,
Monmouth Street, Near Borough HalU,
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We Deal Direct With the People.
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TILING AND MANTEL WORK.
Special tiling and mantel work a specialty. Specimen
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! Drop Us a Card and We Will Call on Ypu Personally.-
NEW PIANOS
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EASY TERMS.
Special Bargains In Slightly Used Pianos.
- Victor Victrolas
$ 1 5 t o $ 2 0 0 . Call and hear these wonderful instruments.
We carry an attractive stock of Records and Accessories.
No trouble to demonstrate.
PIANOS RENTED, TUNED AND REPAIRED.
Mathushek & Son Piano Co.,
5 Broad Street, Red Bank, N. I.
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NEW JERSEY CENTRAL.
UNDERTAKER
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EMBALMER.
Monmouth Street, '
Near Maple Avenue,
NEW JERSEY.
RED BANK,
Telephone, 2 5 4 Red Bank.
You'll Want
M AY w ;A R M
that now bath-room this
, summer"—now Is the time to
, replace the old, inconvenient
1 axturea with
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A new enamel tub, up-todate wash basins, bowls, exposed nickeled plumbing—
you'll be surprised at the
lowness of our estimate.
WILLJAM O'BRIEN,
Practical Plumber, Steam < and Oas Fitter.
No.ft«Front 8tr««t,
Oc«n Annul, •
T«l#phon. 80!*
BitnK, N. J.
Dr. H. B. VanDorn
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ORDINANCE OF RED BANK
BOARD OIFHEALTH.
KEYPORT'S
New Passenger and Freight Line.
Lovely Hair For
Girlsand Boys
MERCHANTS STEAMBOAT CO. OF NEW JERSEY.
S t e a m e r Sea 33i:rcL
THE BED BANE REGISTER
Pace 8
AMONG OUR NEIGHBORS.
HAPPENINGS IN THE VILLAGES ROUND ABOUT
RED BANK. .
HOLMDEL NEWS.
EATONTOWN MEWS.
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rurmen Start Batting- Out Tomato XntercfctlBff Meeting of tho Improvement
PInnt»—Booovering- from Injury.
Soriety.
At a meeting of the improvement
Some of Hie farmers have started
society
last
week
a report was tuyned
setting out tomato plant?. William
McCormick will be.onei<rf-Ithe biggest in on the sewage Question, and 'this
tomato farmers hereaboMs this year. resulted in a general discussion of the
j financial condition of the.town. Many
He will set out 3,000 plums.
of the members thought that EatonXtecovarln; from Injury.
town should become a borough as a
Charles Yost is ivcov«ring from n j'first
step towards getting more imsore finger due to the explosion of a; provements.
was stated that aa
pistol. The pistol went off while he! the question ofItsewage
is one of such
• was fooling with it. He lias gone bacl; vital importance it ought to receive
to work.
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serious consideration, especially if
Sales of Horeei.
Eatontown is to grow and attract new
In the past week William C. Ely
! residents. It was pointed out that
has sold single horses to Dennis Car- the high township tax rate of ?21 on
ney of this place, Mrs. Arthur Kuhne $1,000 has a deterrent effect upon the
of Colt's Neck, E. X. Tillinghast and sale of property. The committee apj pointed to ask the freeholders to
John S. Sway of Princess Bay. the
Raritan Mercantile company of Perth i sprinkle Main and Broad streets reAmboy, Charles White of Lake-wood, j ported that Martin McCue, the road
W. T. Jones of Long Bran:h, Y. P.supervisor, had been here looking the
Therkelson& Son of Perth Amboy ground over. .
and George Morris of Point Pleasant. Taken'Suildenly Sick.
Teams were £old to an Asbury Park
Frank Mepill of South Eatontown j
. fire company and to 31. Jaffe of Key-was taken suddenly sick Sunday j
pqrt.
morning and for a time was in a ver;
Wirins for Electricity.
! serious condition. He- is now much >
Victor Dean Kenney lias had his
; improved. His sickness is believed to j
house wired for electricity and Dr.
; have been cfue to eating fish.
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C. A. Palmer had this done when his ' William v a n B r u n t Uoves.
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house was built a short time ago.
They will connect with the extension j William V a n ' B v u n t h a s moved from
BOYS' SUITS REDUCED.
New Spring Suits that were $6.00 to $10.00, some are
only one and two of a kind, others sample suits.
which the Public Service electric com- !the Johnston house at Maxwell to
pany proposes to run through this [ Terrence Covert's house at Pine
place. In case the company does not! Broolc. Mr. VanBrunt is employed
do this they will use dynamos, of their by Charles Covert.
own as was done by Jonathan I. Church Sociables.
i Eighty persons attended a.sociable
Holmes.
i Friday night at Mrs. T. Elwood
Sot Started Yet.
In last week's REGISTER -it was ] Snyder's for the benefit of the Pres- j
stated that the new .telephone ex- byterian church.
change here was in operation. This Brlof Items.
was an error. The switchboard has [ George Stevens and Frank Schultz i
been installed and men are stringing I have taken the contract to 'Sit asparacables. The.exchange will be in oper- Sgus on Harold T. Creighton's farm,,
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ation in a few days. It is welcomed i formerly the Hankirison place.
here as it will result in a big- improve- | On Friday night the Methodists will
I hold a sociable at Mrs. J. C. Rush's.
ment in telephone service.
Brief Items.
E. D. Pettys, postmaster of KeyUNOKOrT NEWS.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
May 16th, 17th, 18th, at
$4.75
AH sizes in the lot from 6 to. 18 years
port, entertained a party of New
York friends at dinner at Edward W, New Janitor Appointed for Fublic {
Perrine's hotel on Sunday.
Schools—Teacher Bssiffns.
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A new- line fence is being put up Henry Fenton has been appointed !
between the properties of Henry Con- janitor of the public school in place !
over and the Holmdel cemetery com- ~ Mrs. Joseph Miller. Miss Elizabeth
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Collier's ; She
will teach at Red Bank next year. |
place at Wickatunk on Saturday. .
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William M. Ely, an electrical engin- New Orchard Set Out.
David Soffe! has set out an apple and !
eer at Philadelphia, spent Sunday with
peach orchard on his farm on the
his father, William C. Ely.
Mrs. Harriet Statesir of Red Bank Red Bank road.- Mr. SofTel bought)
spent Sunday with Mrs. John W. this property a short time ago from
Hancc.the heirs of the John Christian Soffel
Miss Huldah Holmes is re-decorat- estnte.
ing and re-painting; the interior of her Children's Day.
house.
Scholars of the Sunday-school are
Mvs. Louis DuBois
Dufeois io recovering j pi-octicinK fur
for Children's Day
Day exurfrom a serious sickness.
j i s h i h u . iH b e h o l d S u m l a y J u n D
Vernon Grant has recovered from j , ^
sicltness.
-•••-•SHBEWSBUBY NEWS.
First choice is always advisable.
We are giving you a chance tobuy your Boys' Spring and
Summer Suits at Special Prices early in the season.
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DAVIDSONS,
Brief Items.
! Mrs. J. Morrison Raynoi1 of Green-
RED
I point, L. I., has been spending several
Large Attendance nt Mothers' Day | days with her sister, Mrs. John'R.
Service at Preibyterlan Church.
j Conover. Mrs. Conover ond her Riiest
Mothers' day was observed at the i spent Friday and Saturday at Staten
Presbyterian church Sunday. The; Island.- Mr. Jaeger of Staten Island
church was filled with a lai-fic audience I was -svpucst of John R. Conover last
and at the conclusion of the service i week.
white carnations weve (riven to those \ A number
of shad were caught in
.present.
i Swimming1 river the past few d. .
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,' Most of the fishinir was done bv TinFnosos Emmlnatioa.
SPECIAL
$4,75
SPECIAL
$4.75
OPEN EVENINGS
THE OLD AND THE NEW
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Mif.s Catherine Sicklos. daughter of ; _Ml,,_ j o h l j V c n t o n i s s I o w l v recOverMrs. John It. Si ekes, a few days afro j j f ,. o m i n j u i . i e s (Im ,t o a fall but
successfully passed her first examina- ,s h l ! i s s t i M c o l l f i n c ( 1 t ot h e IlnuSL..
tion at Colemans business collepre a t , William Ba^ett of Elizabeth spent
iVewark, her average being St.
!p a r t (,f last week with his mother,
Automobiles Bought.
; Mrs. Linda Bassett.
Mrs. Emma Movford and Alfred i Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tabor have
Grover have boiifiht automobiles. Mrs. j moved in the Bucklin house at PlliiMorford's ?ons took the machine nut j lanx.
for a trial spin on Sunday and it pave | Mis. Tiodmo of- Trenton has been
jj.visiting
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satisfaction.
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Mrs. Edward Fenton.
Automobile a
ModeCs
Do You Want Your Money's Worth?
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Barns Moved.
Benjamin John Parker !u h a d h i s ;
iiVEHErT NEWS.
barns mmed (in Sycamore avenue .11-1
rectly in the rear nf the house. The \ Big- BltcMnx Job rinished on the Siuock
work was done by Matthews Bias, of I n 0 M Ownea by Theron McCnmpfcell.
Red Bank.
A big ditching job wasfinishedon
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'Huron Jk-t'ampbell's place last week.
Mr?. James A. Grecr and the Hisses , The work was done on the Smo^k field
We show here the two ways of cleaning dirty carpets.
Lufburrow of New York were on thewhich Mr. Mi-Campbell bought a short
Now
is the time to try it out. We just commenced this
Lufburrow farm at this phu-e a few ;time ago. It was one of the most dab- i
days ago looking- after some altera- unite clitL-hing j«bs ever undertaken in ; Spring but have lots of pleased customers already.
tions to be made.
i this section. Tile drains wore laid j
Do not forget th^t we are headquarters for your
At the nurses' ifi-nduntinir exercises j and a map of the work has huen made, i
at the Longe Branch hospital
tomorrow
' IiOw Prlcon for "OrasH."
Laundry and Awning wants also.
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Rev. Dwiirht L. Parson. ! will maku a I .. m<!y
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pravcr and in-onoun-'e the benediction.!, !\:?
* "ve iv.-eivinK from ?l.oO
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The Shrewsl'im- rradinir t-luh mot ! '' l '
' '«n:-hos for asparagus,
vesterday at Mrs! .1. C. Hankin.son'K ' rlll10'>'. nP»r\ that so far this year the
k Tinton Falls. The trip was made !I 'I !'a '-Vi'w't *< ]H-r rent heavier than
6 2 - 6 4 White Street,
Red Bank, N. J.
in st-\ci"^
''"' similar period last season.
Kxaminations wt-vo held at thejBnck at Tholr ronner Haunts,
school Monday. A number of Tinton ; Ernest Iluai-k and family of HoboFalls pupils weru anionK those ex-i ken, summer residents of Red Hank,. *
amiiud.
S a t u r d a y v e i i t w i i i i ' ui'igiinint- •?
William II. Hlaisdell nf Orleans, : an^-cs lit'i-i.. .Mr. l l a a c k w a s a f o r m e r , X
W • r.ont, spent Tbursday and Friday 1 r.'si.lt'iit oL' t h i s p l a c e .
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No. 213 West Front Street,
Red Bank, N.J.
with Rev. Uwiuht 1.. I'aisons.
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H P V .a m iM r s . Kdgar W h i t e of ^
Christ chinch with u servii'L- at ten
MANY HOUSES
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oVlo.-k15 tomon-ow moi-ninji-.
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.ihouUl i-ei-lalnly be experienced in
Mr. . A. M, Mcert. a fornifr n^ident at Red Ilimk, spent Friday with Mrs. i
'White's
sister,
Mrs.
lOdward
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(if this plan-, i s ri-ooveriiig from a
lumber buying. That such a man
Jlr. ami .Mrs. White will leave for i X
deals hero in positive proof of the
their Western home in a few dirys. , \ i'
N c l o i l A m i s t l nut;- uf I'lcchiiM is
.Mrs. Hi-rnaril Warnekcr continues
advantages afforded by this lumber
tnaKing a stay w i t h h i s um-le, A a r o n
, to vtv.iver fi oni liei- sickiKss and fs so
yard. We tan offer large varieties
Aniistiong.
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Miss IVnnett nf I-'reilioliI is a u u e s t i far iinprnv.'.l that she is alile to bo
of both rou)rh and finished timbers,
nf h e r cuusia. Miss S'ara A r m s t r o i i g . ai'ininil tin- liiiusc.
in various irrndcs iind sizes. We
.Mrs. licruiii-d l l n d i n c o f K.-.l Miink
Mr.", .luhn 1!. Sickles h a s hiul h e r
! i j i . n l . p a r t n f l a s t weuk w i t h h e r
can submit samples and quote prices
piazza rebuilt liy H.ii.U'ii & .Sickles,
fatlii'i-, D a v i d I.niij;.
for uny kind and quantity of lumber
Air. P o w e r s is o . r u p y i i i ^ h i s s u m m e r
\
M i s s e s . \ i n i i o a n d Katii- V i t z m a u n i - e
l e s i d e n - e un S y i a m n i e avuint-.
required, 'i :ul' lie.I Hani; w e r e reei'iit g u e s t H o f
Red Bank Steam Laundry,
JOSEPH T. BURROWES CO.,
Mr.'. Mmiua MmTnr.t i s rmitin.il to
M r s . l.'i-ank H a l e y .
till- house with .'ii'Kll.'s:..
M i s s . \ n l i a 1'onaii IIM;^ liecn v i s i t i n g
.lami-.'i Hills,, i s a n..\v tiiipliiy.-i' on
•
n
t Matawau.
tht- Hell farm.
S.-hiinl el.i'-c: I'.ir t h e .'.•asi.n n n |.'riJiisi-pli r i . T . e ih wiirliiiif fur Mai I in
day.
Kcarn.-y, .Sr,
llmlat
BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, PAINTS
AND HARDWARE.
KSWR.
A l i i K C a s s i . . I,, .l.,hiiM,ii nf IS,,I H a n k
visili'.l f r i . n i l s i n t o w n S a t u r d a y m u l
Kunili.y.
M i . iiml !li".'..li':.:.ic C . W.-lmli-r a m !
viiiitinit .1. I,. T . Welinlc'i-.
1,1-vi'i-cll I,. S t . . i n ' -if ( i i i i l f m - d , C m i n , ,
w n n t i n ' e l i c i t ,i( h i s m i n i , Minn K m i i i a
M o i r c l l , nil .Sntiirilav anil Munilny.
M r . m u l M I M . K i l w i n . l I ' . ' M U X :.|n-nt
H i i n d a y a t Ni-wurlt.
,
Alliifi 'rii.-rci'ii a n d M r h u Aiiibiif't,-!<>f U H H : Inhin.l 1'ity v'miti-d It, l " r s . i i \
y
MIM. t 'linn Stu n t f.jirnt MniMliiy w i t h
bri* luntf-r, Mni. T h n m i . n Y. S t n u t u f
Kill Hank.
MIMM Mlliy Htilwcll nf Kcv.inlt U;
vlnilliiK M m , Siirnli T. Klillwell.
Jlinic.1' I*. .Slcvi'iiunn mid fnnillv o f
llrooktyn upent Kimdny w i t h Williiui)
A. Aclicnmii,
Ml"" Ilelln A i l d i i on o f lied I tunic
wan t h e Kimiliiy irnnit » f
AllenliurBt
lto>ililoiit
M.u-i-le.l.
M i s s D i i j ' i n a r W e t m i i l e , iliiliirliler o f
Miii.ir YV. II. Wet m o r e nf A l l e n l u u s t ,
null Chill leH S . Siil);i'lll, J r . , o f HIIHIOII,
w e l l ' iinii'l'i.'il ill. N e w York l a s t TIllll'H' . l a y . O w i n i ; t n t h e bride',, m n l l i c r b e - ]
illK i n lilulll 11i 11 ir t h e \veiltlili|r WIIM I
| iiriviile.
M r . mill ,MIII. N i n i v e n t w i l l ,
iivi- at A Ili-nliu 1st thin s u m m e r ,
Mr. i
Niirvnil
i.i e i i n i u i l e i l w i l h ii W a l l !
: H e e l . h i u l , e r a | r e In III.
j
WtiMlnlf nf l.onir llrnnoll
(Mil.
i
II w . i u l i l n i i i p i l n r y o u I n I m n w n f lhi<
t j i e i i t iro.id t l i a t i n b i i i i u iliini'
liyjv
•A A k r n .
('liiiiiiliei'liiiii'ii 'I'lihlelii.
llniiui D.iw-iV
W r * . I l i m v y Vix'K" o f KliiHiiinh w i m n i - y . o f N e w h c i i ; . l i i n i t i . M i , N . I I . , I M
•'lltpitiilni-d l i y . l o l i i i I I , H i i b i r i i b i i i K w r l l i ' i i , " M y w i f e
l i a n li..|.|i l i n i n g "
the Intlor imrt of (hi' w n k .
('liaiiibi'iliiln'ii Tabli'lii m u l llmln Iliiin
Mr, mni Mm. llmvnnl Tlmliill of v e r y o i r i ' i t i i a l m i d . I . I I I I K l u . r | n | n . i f
lt«d Dunk upent liiiiidny with Mm, II. K u o t l . " I f y o u l i i i v . . u n y t r o u b l e w i t h
K. AeheiBim,
y o u r n l . i n i a c l i i n - I m w r l u yivn
them n
trlnl.
Hold by .IHIIIIH r o u p i r , J r . ,
Itjinyo (it mlvfitlmilii Tiu: HKIIIHI>:II. I'DIIIIT Ilioiid mid While iitn'cln.
The next time an automobile salesman tries to sell you a
car at a discount, tell him that the old "something for nothing"
story can't fool you.
The best automobiles in the world are sold for their list
price, not a penny less. They are worth it. But the lame ducks,
the second rates, the nondescript and assembled automobiles
are in the public market looking for the highest bidder. Look;
out they don't get you. If gold-brick cars are not worth
their list price, how much are they worth? Nobody knows.
Cut price deals are frauds.
But if you want a car of one price to all and worth every
cent of it, get either a Studebaker.E-M-F "30," $1100 or
Flanders " 20," $800. You can trust them. You get all tha£
you p a y for, and that is more than you get with any other
car a t near their price. Studebaker guarantees them—that's
tire big reason. No matter what price temptation falls in your
way, Studebaker E-M-F "30" and Flanders '-'20" cars are far
bigger bargains, because in years of good service and satisfaction they pay big returns.
We can prove it—Send for our new catalogue
The Studebaker Corporation
HARRY C.
Funeral Director, Upholsterer
and. Coroner.
M i s s M i n n i e (i.iMlii'll, i l n l l ^ l i l e i n f j
I'litiiek l i a i n
if l.ulli' Iliiiin-li, a n d
O. K, K n h i l l n f N e w Y n i k wfiv
mar- lieil n t t b n l plai'e .Stiinlny o f l a s t w e e k . '
M m . K a h i l i m e t h e r hnsUiinil w h i l e o n
a l i i p In I'airnpe tlil'rn y e a n i IIK<I.
Afl.-r tlieit we.Mini; d i pt l m c o u p l e
\vill K«. t n l.miK M i a i i e b w l i e r . i t h e y
will l i v e f n r t h e iiiniinifr.
Fluider* "20" Touring Car, |S00
_„ D
Detroit.
t i t Michigan
Mihg
T»I
nuonOE HANOI] PATTUBBOTT,
178.
Monmonth Btri»t, HDD BAMK.
(Formerly with It. T. Smith of Ited Hunk 27 years).
AchuiiK'clish
Office and Funeral Parlors, 11 Eaiit Front Street,
I-tralflenro r h o n a 13(i-R. - ¥^¥^ l r™% \~\ /V T\J^CT
INF
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n
fo sel IKMOK' a Kin*
CHAIRS AND CARD TABLES f'OR AU. OCCASIONS.
GEORGE J. DALY,
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR.
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY
GIVEN.
Wlruitf ilnnn for Klcctrie l,l|(htii, llclln, Motiim, l/>cal Tolophoiicn mul
Anniliirlntor Hynteinii. I''lxtur«n Iimtilllcd.
LIPTONS
JTELLY TABLETS
/. i \ v \ I ! t //<
Oltkm 2S3 .Sl..«w.l,ury A r . n u . .
T«lo|iliona %IH'H.
R*J B.nU, N. J .
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RED BANK
/VOLUME XXXIV? NO. 47.
IMPORTANT PUBLIC WORK
f
RED BANK,, N. J. f WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1912.
BOY STABBED »
THB VXOX.
BCA77OLD BsUIAXS WtTK I n n .
TEDDY TO SPEAK HERE.
Ed ward Bitter of Holrodel W«i roollnr
Two Carpenters Injured In Tall TesterWith Auothsr Boy.
day Afternoon.
ROOSEVELT TO B » AT BBS BARK
• Edward Ritter, aged fourteen years,
John Ellis and Stephen Stevens of
BATtTKDAY Or KBIT WEEK..
son'.of Fred Bitter of Hnlmdel, was
'•} Jti'tf
PAGES 9 TO 16..
SERMON ON SOCIALISM.
Rumson, who are employed an car-DISCOURSE BY REV. EVERETT VANDRIGHT AT
stabbed in the neck with u large pair Boooovelt l e a n s Organised and a Vigor- penters on the William English job
GRACE METHODIST CHURCH.
of shears on Friday/ Ho in employed
ous Campaign la Being Hade for Bla on Riverside drive, were injured yeson Brookdale farm at Lincroft, and
terday when the scaffold on which
Candidacy—Mass
Meeting
to
be
Held
was fooling with one of the boys on in Lyoonm Wext W5.I1.
they were working gave away. :The
^'
These Propoied Public Institutions Include a Home fqi* v^ontump- the farm when he was hurt, The boy An active campaign is being carried men were thrown to the ground and He Tells His Listeners That the First Socialist was Christ and That
was clipping a horse with the shears m by the supporters of Theodore they were both cut and bruised. Dr.
aQpod Christian is Consequently a Socialist—Real Danger is Not
tivet, a Home for the Aged Poor, a School of Detention for and he made a pass at Ritter, wound-, Rooscvel^ at Red Bank and vicinity. R. Browning Wilson and Dr. William
ing him in the neck. . Ritter s injury Mr. Roosevelt himself will be. at Red D. Sayre of Red Bank were summoned
That
We Will be Robbed of Our Possessions, but That Our
Unruly and Incorrigible Pupilt *nd « County Uol&tion Hospital was dressed'by Dr. William D, Sayre
Bnnjc on Saturday of next week and and they attended to the men's injurof
Red
Bank.
It
is
not
serious
und
Ideals
May be Destroyed Unless Change Comes.
ieB.
Yesterday
was
Mr.
Ellis'a
'first
for the Treatment of Contagious Diseases.
will make a'speech. All the arrangethe boy 1B recovering.
ments have not been completed, but it day on the job.
Before
a large congregation at. were all aware of the power the
Lust week was a busy week In the one per cent of the school population,
is expected that the ex-prcsident will
Grace church Sunday night Rev.»Ev-l Dcople have in the ballot and that
it
arrive at the station about noon. He
county In the matter of public meet- while
-•'•"- in
'- other
-"•-- plaees
-'
-••• is
=- three
^_._per
—
rett
VanDright
delivered an inter- they could drive the capitalists into
of the school population. This
will bo greeted by members of the new.
ings on Important public affairs, On cent
sting sermon on "Christian Social- oblivion if they stood together. The
would
mean
from
100
to
000
puly
organized
Roosevelt
league,
and
it
is
Wednesday a meeting was held at
ism," This was the Becond monthly capitalists, he said, made it their
in such a school if one were estabprobable that a band will be .engaged
Freehold, at which the law compelling pils
to keep the people fighting
in Monmouth county. At the BOMBAY TO BE OBSERVED WITH to make the occasion more, lively. Mr. JOSEPH FIX, JB,., WI1X8 . FIRST meeting for men and about 100 menbusiness
the building of a home for consump- lished
were in the congregation, many of among themselves while they made
AWAED nsf BHOOTIBG OOWTEBT.
conclusion'
of
the'
meeting
Mr.
EnELABORATE
EXERCISES.
Roosevelt
will
probably
speak
oh
the
tives was brought to the attention of right and, M. A. Rice of Middletown
them being members of the Socialist fortunes from the people. Mr. Vanstation grounds.
the freeholders. This law sets forth township
Seqond and Third Prizes Oo to Oeorffe party. Special music was rendered Dright said people were willing
were appointed a committe to Cemeteries to be Visited by Veterans and
that In every county a home for con- get reports
enought to call a man who killed anby
the choir.
Mr.
Roosevelt's
speech
will
wind
up
fialy and Leslie Beoliloss—Troop to
from the various school dis6ons of • Veterans—Monster' Fnrada a vigorous campaign which his adsumptives jnuBt be built, to which per- tricts of the
Tako Fart In Army Haneuvera In Now Mr. VanDright took for his text the other with a pistol or knife a murcounty as to the probwith BOO la line Planned for in tho herents expect to wage at Red Bunk
sons can be taken who ore Buffering able number of
twelfth verse of the thirteenth chapter derer, but the manufacturer who sent
York state. - .
pupils from each dis- Afterndon.
from this disease. Mrs. Lewis S. trict who, for theirown
and vicinity. The opening gun for his Prizes for the handicap shootitjs of Isaiah, "I will make a man more out adulterated and impure foods in
good
and
for
Thompson of Brookdale, Miss L. G.
Plans havo been perfected for the campaign in this neighborhood was contest, which has been in progress in precious than fine gold." Mr. Van-order to reap larger profits and .
of the public schools they atButton, Alonzo Brower of Freehold, the good
of Memorial day at Red filed Thursday night when the
the death of hundreds of people .
should be sent to a school of de- celebration
armory of the Red Bank cavalry Dright said that man was the most caused
"Frank J, Mannon and John H. Cook tend,
Bank
on Thursday, May 30th, by theShrewsbury township Roosevelt Re- the
valuable of God's earthly possessions, who nte the foods was more a murtention.
The
belief
was
expressed
by
of Red Bank and a number of others several members of the committee that civil war veterans, Sons of Veter- publican league was organized. Tho troop, were awarded Monday night. yet there have been many times in the derer than the first.
spoke on the need of a county home if such a school were established it uns, firemen and fraternal organiza- meeting was largely ;attendcd and took Most of the members of the troop were progress of the world when,man was Coming back to Socialism, Mr. Vanin the match. The confor consumptive!; Mr. Cook made a should
It will be the biggest affair place in the rooms qf the Republican contestants
considered of less worth than estates, Dright said that Soeialicm WHO ehr'iB- •'•
so built that additions.to the tions.
eat begun last winter.
, wider and bronder appenl to the free- buildingbecould
of
the
sort
eyef
undertaken
at
this
club
over
Sutton's
;store.
Although
cattle, machinery, dividends or accu- tianity. He said the first Socialist
be made from time to place. The biggest celebration will
First
prize
was
a
gold
medal
doholders than the others his contention time.
the Republican club is supposed to be
mulations. He said that wealth at was Christ and that a good Christian
• being that the county should not only
take place in the afternoon when it is for Taft most offthe1 members appar- nated by Dr. Edwin Field, captain of first was measured by the number of was consequently a Socialist. He Baid
On Saturday afternoon the matter plan&d to have a parade with 600 ently favor the ex-president. The the troop. It was won by Joseph Fix, wives a man had. Then the number that during Christ's ministry on earth
have a homo for consumptives,
but that it should buy a large of the echool of detention was tuken people in line. Music will be furnished feeling for Taft doos not seem to ex- Jr. It was one of the handsomest of slaves possessed became the stand- He was constantly trying to place all
tract of land, a mile square or larger, up at the county teachers' meeting at by the Sayreville fife and drum corps, ist very largely in; the club, except awards ever given as a prize to a Red ard of wealth. Estates and the ac- men on an equal footing and trying to
and have on this tract a horde for con- Matawan.
The teachers of the
In the morning the members of among the bosses of the Republican Bank cavalryman. Second and third cumulation of gold were later the help those who had fallen. Mr. Variprizes were won by George Daly and measures of wealth and today influ- Dright claimed that the real danger
sumptives, a home- for the aged poor; county unanimously passed a resolu- Arrowsmith post and of Samuel T. machine.
Leslie Reckless. These prizes were ence is what is known as wealth. All today was not that .we were to be
a school of detention, whore Incorrig- tion to the effect that sucli a school Sleeper camp of Sons of Veterans will
silver cups donated by Norman Hoyt that a Harriman needed more rail- robbed of our possessions but that
League
meetings
will
be
held
dn
ible boys and girls could be taken in- would be of great advantage in this meet at the Shrewsbury schoolhouse.
stead of sending them to the reform county. The school of detention A parade will be formed there and the Thursday nights. At last week's and R. V. H. R. Stout. Some fine roads for, Mr. VanDright said, was our ideals might be, all destroyed. He
schools; and an 'isolation hospital for would be a half-way house between the men will march to the Shrewsbury meeting Roosevelt. petitions were shooting was done during the match that he might have more influence said the boys and girls of today are
the treatment of contagious diseases. public school and the state reform cemeteries, where services will be held turned in which had been signed by and the contest has served to improve and have move people under his power not so much in danger of being poor
All of those institutions are needed in Bchool and many children who now go and graves will be decorated. The more than 150 Republicans of this the ability of the troop members as to whom he could say, "Do my bidding ! as they are of having their conthe. county and all of them will have astray could be taken in hand in time two organizations will then go to Little section. Although the league des- marksmen.
starve."
sciences seared and their sensibilities
to be built before many years. It was to make good citizens of them.
The troopers were made glad at
Silver, where similar ceremonies will ignates Shrewsbury township as its
•
territory, it 'really embraces a much their Monday night's meeting by the Mr. VanDright said the tapitalistB ' blunted.
argued that it would be better to buy
Another important matter which bo held.
larger scope as people living a con- news that the cavalry will take part
a Targe tract of land at the present was taken up at the teachers' meeting
At
noon
tho
civil
war
veterans
nnd
time, while land* is comparatively was the teachers' 'retirement fund. the Sons of yeterans will be served siderable distance from Shrewsbury in the New York state army maneuDIED OF LOCKJAW.
FIVE PETTY BOBBEBIES.
cheap, than to wait until it had be-This was started several years ago, with a dinner in the Post rooms. This township are interested in the activ- vers on August 10th.
come more valuable. .The freeholders At first the contributions to the fund dinned.will be served by the ladies' aux- ities of the organization. A large
The troop will take part in the Goods Stolon from Several Business Belford Boy Sled from Injuries Beceivea
' made no decision at the meeting, but were entirely voluntary. Gradually iliary of the camp, and will be in amount of Roosevelt literature has Decoration day parade at Red Bank.
in Jumping frora TcMn.
Places at B t l Bank.
the matter will be further taken up by the state assumed charge o( the fund charge of a committee consisting of been distributed among the voters, and
Harry VanNote of Red Bank is a
The canning factory of the Brower Jacob T. Johnson, Jr., son of Jacob
them at future meetings.
an it is now proposed to have the Mrs. Fred Fisher, Mrs. Susie Bennett, tho presidential preference primary new member of the cavalry.
Sisters on Oakland street was entered Johnson of Belford, died Sunday night
.On Thursday morning the commit- state-take over the present fund and Mrs. Mary Wolcott, Mrs. Hattie on May 28th, promises to be a lively
and goods valued at ?50 were stolen at the Long Branch hospital of locktee appointed by John Enrlght,f-the pay teachers a pension after they have Wymbs, Mrs. Lucy Wymbs, Mrs. one. It now looks as if New Jersey
a few days ago. The robbery was dis jaw. He was thirteen years old. BeCHUBOK
CLEABS
OVER
9SO.
might
decide
the
fate
of
the
two
Retaught
35
years
in
this
state.
An
county superintendent of schools, to
Louise Crce, Mrs. Rebecca Irons, Mrs.
covered Friday by Policeman George sides his parents he leaves four sisconsider a county school of detention, effort was made to get such a law Sadie Bennett and Mrs. Edith Wolcott. publican contestants and for this rea- •Deestrlck gknle" Given In Metliodlst HewStt, who saw the back door of the ters and one brother.' They are
son politics will be largely in evidence
hold a meeting at Freehold. Most of passed last winter. It passed.the asThe parade will form in the after- till the primaries are over.
building open and made an investi- Sarah, Nina, Irine, Ethel and Lester
Cliutch Friday Night.
the members of the committee were sembly but was defeated in the senate. noon on Broad, Wallace and Mechanic
The building was entered by Johnson, all of whom live at home.
A play entitled "The Deestrick gation.
Another meeting of the Roosevelt
present. The discussion was carried Next year it is expected that the meas- streets. Red Bank cavalry troop will
About two weeks ago the boy got
a cellar door and the thieves got to
on for two hours, and the talk in- ure will become a law. The teachers lead the procession and will be fol- league was held Monday night, at Skule" was given at the First Metho- the first story by knocking out some on a freight train at Belford and rode
cluded all lines of work connected believe that if judges, who get very lowed by the Sayrevile fife and drum which time Clarence E. F.Hetrick of dist church Friday night under the of the floor boards. They destroyed a to Port Monmouth. When he got there
with a school of detention. The sen- large salaries, are pensioned, the corps, Others in line will be Arrow- Afibury Park, one of the candidates auspices of the ladies' aid. Over $50 good deal of the goods by throwing he found that the train did not stop
timent was almost unanimous that teachers, who do not get as much in smith Post, Sons of Veterans, Patri- for delegate, made a speech. Tomor- was cleared from the entertainment. them around the floor.
so he jumped from tHe train while i t
such a Bchool should bo provided. In ten yeats as a judge getB in one year, otic Sons of America, fraternal organ- row night another meeting will be held The performers were dressed in rural
Two bogs of rubber bolonging to was in motion. His head was badly
some places the number of pupils sent should likewise be paid a pension ufter izations of the town, fire companies, in the club rooms, and Judge Raymond costumes and their actions were char- Frank
Petillo, a junk dealer on Leon- cut and he received several scratches
to such a school averages one-half of a long term of service.'
on his body. His wounds were dressed
school children and the Tetley athletic of Newark will be the speaker. Ar- acteristic of the dwellers in rural dis- ard street, were stolen last week..
club. The school children will carry rangements arc being made for a tricts.
Hubbard Bros.' eandy wagon was by Dr. O. W. Budlong of Belford and
William,
A.
Sweeney
acted
as.the
monster
mass
meeting
in
tholyceum
flags donated by Millard Fillmorc Tctk
iinto
t a ffew nights
i h t ago and
d he 6eemed to be recovering from his
master. The pupils sang and broken
next week, and Congressman Fowler school
injuries until he went paddling up and
FABTHEB3 FALL OUT.
TAPS MEH MEET.
were stolen.
and Everett Colby, former state sena- bCHUUl IHUaLUI. iliu wuuna ouu^ tinu
down the ditches. This gave him a
wagon
was
in
William
Hubbard's
barn
recited
their
lessons.
William
Elliott
?
tor,
have
been
invited
to
make
adwas
the
bad
boy
who
made
things
liveAt
Cooper's
bridge
will
be
two
trolJo«eph Bennett ana Elwood Braver Tell About a Score of Tuft Bepulilioans Discold and lockjaw set in. He was taken
ly. Walter E, Boyd took the part of on Front street.
ley cars, which will take' the school dresses.
•
HMOrder of Tliolr Troubles.
cuss Primary Conditions.
Dr. Edwin Field's boathouse was to the hospital Sunday morning and
the
school
dunce..
About twenty Taft Republican!) of children to Fair View cemetery. The
Joseph Bennett and Elwood Brower
Three committees have been aplast week and a pair of fenc- died Sunday night. The funeral is
Hitchings, Forrest Compton entered
live on a hoUBeboat prt the Shrewsbury Monmouth county met at the Elks firing squad of Red Bank cavalry
ointed by the Roosevelt league, they andRobert
ing foils, fishing reels, rods and oar being held at the house this afternoon
troop
will
flro
a
volley
over
the
graves
Edward
Lafetra
were
committeelodge
rooms
Saturday
night.
Sigand the body will be buried in the
river. They call it the Fog Oyster.
eing the campaign, publicity and
locks w»re stolen.
Bennett has a two-thirds interest in mund Eisner, Dr. William M. Thomp- of the veterans. A short service will membership committees. These com men who visited the .school and re- Arttmr L. Wymbs, chief of police, family plot at Belford.
the boat and Brower owns one-third, BOn and Edmund Wilson were present be held at the ccmotery and the graves mittees are headed by.Harry A. Haw- viewed the children. Mrs. Harry ha- discovered where some of the stolen
fetra,.jls the mother of the bad boy,
of it. Last week the two men had a from Red Bunk, and others were from will be decorated.
kins, Joel E. McQueen and John A. visited
the school and recited a piece goods were hidden and restored them
T. DOtTGHEBTTT DEAD. '
Edward W. WiBe is chairman of the Kennedy.
failing out, and their troubles came to various parts of tho county. Several
of poetry on "Spring.'.' Other per- to the owners. The indentity-of the
u head Sunday morning when.Brower of the county ofTiciuls were also present. parade committee. The other memThe
officers
of
the
league
are:
thieves
is
unknown.
formers
weve
Misses
Florence
HitchBed
Bank
P.ilnter
a Victim of Urasmio
Lewis S. Thompson of Lincroft, one bers are Mr. Tetley and Albert C
had Bennett arrested.
President—Timothy White.
ings, Estelle Baldwin, Mildred PerinPoisonlnff.
He claimed that Bennett insulted of the Taft candidates for delegate Harrison, Jr. Norman Hoyt, first
Vice
presidents—Mlllai'ri
i'tllinore chief,
Helen and Beatrice ChamberMOTOR BOAT CLUB MEETS.
William F. Dougherty of' White
him and cursed and swore at him. from this congressional district, was lieutenant of Red Bank cavalry troop, l,Vn-mvpll, V. Gerry Roberts.
HecivUiry—(it'm'Kt! \V. Bmy.
lain, Eleanor Morris, Esther Carhart,
street died Saturday morninE of uraeBennett said that his compulsion got also present. The meeting was held will be grand marshall of the parade.
Treuauivi1—Mortimer V. Pm-li.
Laura
Birdsall,
Meta
VonGlahn,
MarLiberty
hose
company
will
turn
out
in
to
talk
over
conditions.
It
is
said
that
Arrnngem«nt»'-Mftcl«
lor
Furnishing
Its
mic poison, aged 45 years. He leaves
mod last week and tried to sink the
garet Alice Shreve and Maytie MorClubhouse on Union Street.
a widow, four daughters and one son.
houseboat by drilling u hole in its the Taft men were not over enthusi- full uniform. At the cemetery the
ris, Mrs. Carlton Keller, Mrs. Wil- The Red Bank motor boat club met The children are Laura, Marguerite,
SUNDAY-SCHOOL HOMOB BOI>I>.
bottom. The boat was unchored in astic and thnt they believed it would cavalry will give an exhibition ol
liam
Elliott,
Mrs.
Benjamin
Johnson,
pitching
tents
und
taking
them
down
be
a
very
hard
job
to
elect
the
Taft
last night at its new clubhouse on Vera, Alice and Andrew Dougherty,
shallow water and it didn't Eink far
Prices Awarded for Perfect Attendance Mrs. Dewitt Carhart, Mrs. Forrest Unoin street. Three new members ill of whom live at home.
before it struck the river bottom. delegates. The Republican leadership
Compton, Kenneth Brown, Robert joined the club. The club has partly
at ^Presbyterian Sunaay-Bclioo).
Mr. Dougherty was a member of the
The water entered the rooms of the in this part of the county has been
ORBIN CUBBY 06 YEARS OLD.
Lina Taylor and Sarah Fay have Hitchings, Kenneth Perinchief, Vernoh furnished the clubhouse and the house American Mechanics of Keyport and
houseboat and the furniture began to purely for the benefit of the leaders
Morford,
Kenneth
Jeffrey,
Harold
and
a
very
large
number
of
Republireceived
pins
in
the
Cross
and
Crown
committee
was
authorized
to
complete
was employed as a painter for J. W.
float around, Recorder Bndcau disMount Co. for twenty years.
missed the case. He said it was very cans have been alienated. They will He Has Livid at Bed Bank Forty Y.ara series for 21 months' perfect attend- Davison, Kelby Warden, Frank How- the furnishing of the place.
ance at the Presbyterian Sunday- ard and Fred Boyd.
—Oldest Man In Red Bunk.
evident that the houseboat was nut vote for Roosovelt largely to show
Plans for a dock will be drawn this
Tho funeral was held yesterday
their
disapproval
of
the
methods
of
school.
Helen
French,
Rachel
DorcThe entertainment will be repeated week and the construction of the dock afternoon at his late home and the
big enough for both men and he adOrrin Curry of Wallace street wil
vised them to quit living together. the Republican local machine. Mr. celebrate his 90th birthday Saturday. Im u s Helen I. Doremus and Roger at Belford on Friday of next week.
will be taken up at the next meeting. body was buried in the family plot
Bennett said ho would either buy the Thompson will thus be mode to suffer Mr. Curry has lived at Red Bank Francis received pins for eighteen
A regatta committe has been ap- in Cedar Lawn cemetery at Mechanicshouseboat or sell hlsUntercst in it, for what haa absolutely been none of about forty years. He came here from months' unbroken attendance and for
pointed and a regatta will be held on ville.
and he gave Brower till the end of his doings. Personally Mr. Thompson Utica, New York, where he ran a gen- the fifteen months' perfect attendanct BOARD OF COMMERCE MEETING. the Fourth of July. The owners of
this week to decide whether he wanted is popular becuuse of the great inter- eral paper business. Mr. Curry came Mildred Ea'rle, Helen Boughton, Clarsome of the fastest boats in the world
EDWIN sorriNO
est he has taken in all things v/hich to Red Bank in the spring of 18C9 and ence Boughton, Thomas P. Doremus, Address by Eobort E. Iroton, Editor oi have promised to exhibit their boats in
to buy or Bell.
pertain to the welfare of this com- bought the old Dr. Allen property on Marshall LonRstrcet, Warren Boughrinauclal America.
this event.
Se
was
Accused of Stalling- Trots Iran
munity, and under ordinary condi- Wallace street. Mr. Curry first came
Robert E. Ireton, editor of Finanparmley's -Woods.
HANDB BUBNED WHILE COOKING. tions he would be certain of election; here on a visit and was so taken in with ton and Mrs. M. V. V. Smock. Pins cial America, made an address on the
were awarded for twelve months' perEMI.ABOES
ITS
SCOPE.
Edwin SoffinR of Oceanic was arbut the antagonism felt against the the natural beauty of Red Bank thnt
subject of a better banking system at
rested
last
week on a charge of stealCliarlt• Cross ot Fair Karen Em nil Un- Republican organization because of the he decided to make it his home. Mr. fect attendance to P. Louise Doremus, a meeting of the Red Bank board of
Harold Johnson, Frank Mount, Charpleasant Experience.
manner in wnich Republican affairs Curry has always been healthy und lotto Botticher, Millard Cornwell and commerce on Monday night. There Bed Bunk Holy Name Society Organises ing trees from Dalton Parmley's
a
Social
Department
woods at Oceanic. Mrs. Briggs and
Charles Cross of Fair Haven burned have been conducted here will mnke has hud a doctor but a few times in Mrs, J. W. Rogan. Those who were was a large attendance at the meethis bunds Wednesday night. His wife his fight for delegate very much all his life. He can read today with- awarded
The Red Bank Holy Name society her daughter Marie were called as wit?
prizes for nine months' per- ing and a great deal of interest was met
nesses
for the plaintiff. Mr. Sofflng
was sick and he did the cooking that harder thnn it would otherwise have out glasses. Mr. Curry is the.oldest fect attendance
on
Sunday
and
decided
to
organwere Marguerite Wy- aroused by Mr. Ireton's address. Ho
night. Ho used u gas stove and in been.
man in Red Bank at the present time. ckolT, Margaret Ottcrson, Edgar, Ran- spoke of tfic Aldrich currency bill, and ize a social department in connection admitted that he trespassed on Mr.
Parmley's
woods, but stated that ha
some way meat grcaee caught fire in a
He goes about his house and closes the dolph, Elizabeth Richardson, Lloyd showed the disadvantages of the pres- with the society. The social depnrtfrying pan he was using. The (lames
blinds cyery night and does other lit- Bouehton, Milton Enrle, Anton Bjorn- ent linancial system. He advocated a ment of the society will hold regular took the trees from an adjoining property. He said he had permission to
mounted high and threatened to set
CI.ABS RECEPTION.
tle jobs, around the house.
atiidt. Miss Ethel White and Miss central reserve association, and stated meetings once a month and will have take
trees. Justice' James H.
fire to the room. Mr. Cross made for
Mary Holmes. Those who had per- that the financial methods of this rooms at St. James's clubhouse. The Sicklesthese
fined..,, him $10 and costs,
the door with tho flaming pun of Eleventh Crude Entertains amaantintr
country are inferior to those of other new department will- add materially
fect
attendance
for
six
months
were
grease, intending to throw it in the
Class, Tdaohsrs and Trmtesa.
to the social life of Bt. James's parish. amounting altogether to $1-1.67.
BONO BEOITAI. TOMORROW.
Elln-TitlmuKc, Phyllis Powell, John S. nations.
yard. When he opened the door a
The clev6nth grade of the Red Bunk
A big parade \yill be held at Red
Morris Bennett, Elizabeth
stiff breeze was blowing and. forced the school gnvo a reception to the graduat- tsturn Enirasfenunt of Leon Blot lit the Read,
MANY SHAD CAUGHT.
Bank in October, in which parade the
Read, Katherine Cooper, Josephine
SOXDIER DEBEBTB rAMLLY.
flames buck on him, burning his hands. ing class and members of tho board of
Presbyterian Ghuroh.
Holy Name societies of Red Bank,
Powell, Miss Minnie Cooper, Louise
Mr. Cross, throw the pan out in the education and teachers Kriduy night
Leon Rice, a tenor singer, will give HcssinRer, Mr. anil Mrs. John Read William H. Hollowny's ramlly Using Lonjr Branch, Asbury Park and other James ana John Denn Get Thirty Pish In
yard. One hand wus so budly burned at the high school building. About i song recital in the Presbyterian und Mrs. Fred Bennett. Pins were
iilsice.s will take. l"U't.
Swimming Blver.
Supported by Hlg-lilanas Borough.
that he hod to havo it drpssilly t
seventy gucstn wuro present. Part- hurch tomorrow night under the aus- ulso awarded to Margaret Sutton,
eel.
Tinton Falls folks caught a number
William II. Holloway, n soldier reKnooked Out of Wagon.
ners were selected by a distribution of pices of the Brotherhood of the church. Robert Williams, Allaire Cornwell, cently stntioncd at Fort Hancock, has
of shnd in Swimming river between
RIISH Eminii G. Holmes of Shrews- that place- nnd Lincruft lust week.
cards. Games wore played und n This will bo Mr, Rice's second appear- Robert MncDonnld, Jeffrey Mercer, deserted his family. His wife and child
. E. MO'DOHALD ABBEBTED.
luncheon was served. Jesse Sabuth, ance in Red Bank. When he appeared Florence Briii-ch, Mildred Johnson, lire at the Highlands and arc being bury/is recovering fi'oni injuries due The shnd arc migratory und arc in the
xl for by the overseer of Uie poor to a fall at Red Bunk u few days Hgo. river only a few days. James and
Xtotoutown Woman Olv.i Ball on Gliarfire president of tho eleventh grade, uctcd here two weeks ago the church was J. B. Wiley, Clmrlcs Sherman, Janet
mnde the best catch, they
as tonstmastor, und replies wore mnde filled and everyone present had noth- ('coper und Katherine MucDoiudd.
intil nrrun|;cmcnt» can he mudc to She was driving on Broud street when John Dean
of Selling tfduor Ill.rally.
1
of ing but pvaicc for Mr. Rice's singing.
•nil tbein to .their former homo in Dr. William D. Snyre'a automobile getting thirty fish on Saturday.
er, president
prcslc
Constable William H. Chandler and by Charles D. Winner,
North Carolina. At tho Highlands struck her rig in front of the Knicker- Other Tinton Fulls people who enm, J. D. Wiley, Mr. Rice will bo accompanied on the
Detective Elwood Mlnujh Interrupted the board of education
council meeting Monday nitfht tho bocker .pharmacy. Shu wus knockci joyedUhe sport wore Wellington Wilka murry little party last week at Ed- E. H. Woods, Miss Florence Wilbur, rgan by Ills wife.
KNIFE WIELDEB JAILED.
Harriet
Longnticet,
Hnrold
VoorhiH,
vei'Kccr of the poor was authorized to out of the. wagon nnd was bruised am lns, Albert It. Crawford and Allen
ward McDonald's at Entontown. AcCrawford. Gill nets were used to)
Ellshii Ooleiunn Cttufflit for Orlme Com- >ny Mrs. Holloway .f!> per week ns badly shaken up.
cording to the story told a high old Arthur McQueen, Clinton Doremus,
New Pool Room,
catch the fish.
i£ IIH she reiniiiHH t\ poor eluirgc.
mitted Three weeks Agro.
time with plenty of wet refreshments Ad linn Minton und Muthcw flrogun of
Harry A. HawkitiR ttnd Clmi'le
the
twelfth
grade
and
Hazel
McQueen,
Klislm Cnlcinun, a ltcd Bank negro,
was in progress at the McDonald
BaMlemitker Busy.
Strati* have rented their Monmouth
Alex. VanNote Dead.
home. A man and n girl slipped out Ohm li'fi Cuke and Miiuricc Doruwltz street Ktore. recently vacated by the wan arrested Saturday night on a
Anto Oushlon Stolen.
11. J. Harvey, who hua a xuddluniakAlex. VanNoto of Little Silver died
of a back door before the olilcers could of the eleventh grnde.
charge
of
cutting
Kriwurd
Miller
with
Antlor niiiiket, to Theodora M. Zimn^
shop
over
Mooily'n
harneHB
store,
An
luitomohile
cushion
belonging
to
•Yiilny of Hriglit'n disease. Ho w»H
get them. Mrs. McDonald wan nrin
merman of Point I'leannnt, brother of a knife. He niiiili i\ long i^
W. Taylor of Reckk-HM place cccntly completed five lOnglish riding Vi years old und was employed in
restcd on.a charge of illegally selling
Roms from Washlng'ton Trip.
Arthur Zimmerman, tho one-time bi- Miller's nock anil fourteen fitili'hes William
forr Wulter
I,e\viflohn of Long
WIIH
Btolen
Monday
night.
Mr.
Tayttddl
Wu
g
wore
ruquliTd
to
rlo.w
It.
Miller
lives
Wizard's factory at Shrewsbury. Ho
liquor und nlie gave hull for $500 beMr. nml Mrs. Joseph N. linnet', Mr. cycle clinmplon. Mr. Zimmerman will
lor attended, a meeting of the Red
Mr. Hnrvcy
H n y i.i ulno making « lenveu live sons anil three daughters.
fore Justice Jamos H, Sickle* of Kod und Mm. 1". W. Kendall, William Con- take poBRcnolon June (I rut and will in Dilihcnii'ii row at West Red Hank. Hunk bourd of commerce thut night Iirnnch. Mr.
muldli!
for
IMr.
Clark
of
Scnbvight.
C
l
k
f
S
b
i
h
t
iiHHiiult WIIH committed tliroB
Bunk.
Charles Smock nml a girl over und i
The funeral WHS held Sunday ufterMtt off Rod
Rd H
k (induct a pool room and cigar attire. Thi!
Mutton
Hank
weeks ago, but Colrtnnn succeeded in nnd left bin ntitoinobllo on Wnlliiee
named Poling each gave bail for $200. returned yeHterdiiy from a motoring
iwon at tho house and was conducted
htrcet. Ho did not notice the IOKH of
K.w Store Awning-.
eluding
tho
police
till
Saturday
night.
liy Rev, Percy Oilkn of Little Silver.
Marriage Announosd.
trip to Washington.
The till) was
Ho waH urnixti'il nt the corner of the cushion till noon yesterday.
Adlem
&
Co.
lire,
nutting
up
a
large
Trolley Oars Bun oS Traok.
A'he burinl wnn in (ilonwootl cemetery
mmlw In Mr. Sutton's and Mr. Ilimcc'fl
Mr. and Mm. Alfred (irlflUliti of llroud and 1'Ynnt, ntrrctH by l'ollcmnun
awning
i»
front
of
their
dry
goods
lit Long Hrunch.
Five freight cars on tho -JorBuy earn. They report having a fine time Towor Hill avonuo huva announced Goorg*. Ilnwntt. In dnfiuilt of ?'l00
Xlntrftolit Society Dnnot.
Store en HniHil Htrcet. Tho work is
Contrnl traction company's lino rnn nlghtncclng. 'lha party came through tho murrlngit Af their daughter Kmnm bull Rarorditr Hurry C. Iliulimi nunt
icing
done
by
I.IIKKI'UII
llrotliei;)
of
Tho
lOiiitinclil
Hinging
nwicty
of
Sled at Hospital.
oft* the truck near Cumnboll'u Junction from Baltimore to Red Hank yentor to Thomas OoForre-flt Wcud of Winni- ('olcmun to llui county Jail to iiwult
Hixiihoth.
Red Hank ggnvo n daiico In the nociety'H
y
yesterday afternoon. They wore muk- day.
peg, Canada. Tha wedding occurred tho uctlim «f tliu K'I>»'I Jury.
Mm. llettio Ilargctt, wife of WllAbout
nectlng
room
Mondiiy
night.
. ing a turn and the first cur Jumped
on Friday, April li!th, at Winnipeg.
Binnttt—nurnett.
Iliim U»rK«t)i of Red Hill, near MldMotor o/ola Pollotman.
10(1 pormmn
pa mil
10(1
wero prcHrnt. M
tho rails causing the rent to follow.
The Wroom'n fntlior gave the couple
amy »n<! Xvlns Defeated.
fiiinlilieil
by R
Rudolph
Mali-how
on tho
Minn Mary liennett nnd .Walter dletown, died yontcrdny morning at
l l l h
by
d l h M
l
Tho pole wot broken and one car wna Jucob D. Rue nf Front ntrrot hns a hnuno lit Winnipeg completely furthu
Long ((ranch honpltal ufter *n
V. llrown on thn plunn. Illirnult, biilli' of Ited Kiink, were innrbadly dumnflod. No one wan hurt.
Robert Kennedy and Alton Vnor- violin mill
beon appointed » npcclul ollk'or to pa- nlnhod an a wedding gift.
Knfwthmrnlti
weto n'rvctl ubiiut 11 •Iwl Sunday nlglit ul !it. Jaincn'n operntion for a tumor. Sho w»» 41
fwt
hurn
ilnfnnlnl
(iiMirgfl
Ornv
und
K|trol tho rood bctWHim' Mtddlfctown nml
youiH old. Thn funurul will bo held
church,
WIMH! IVIIIH three nut of lW« guiiwn o'clock.
Tree wines.
OlolhU* Store t« Mare. ,
Keyport, It will lie IIIH special duty
Friday afternoon at tho Red HIM Dtprolled 4)i tho unnocintlon ulhnii limt
to
loo
that
nutointn
da
not
exceed
the
A
bottle
of
good
California
port,
.
Why
Woulan't
Wise
Women
tint church. The burial will bo in tM
n«tontown Man Jailed.
Forman A Fulnborg, who conduct n speed limit, Mr. Rue haa bought B
Thurndny nlulit Krnnody and Vnornherrv
or
clurct.
given
away
froo
with
church
cemetery.
»ntlnuu
to
liuy
Snlf
Reducing
%i\
nnd
...ivtliuui
S
l
f
R
g
$
clothing and dry Roods atoro at 115 •even-horao power Indian motor cycle
our dollar » full qunrt Cabinet whin- liacm won mil In the lunt K»»m by one John Wiley, im K«t«nU>wi> tolorwl $11.50 Nwnit cornntH for $2,711, nt tho
w
y
W«it Front Hrect, will mnv« to 10 f
pin. Thu IIIKII mnle of tint inntch vviui mull, Kot in n ncmp while In u n up
I
U
J
T
t
l
with
h
i
h
t
from
koy
every
Saturday.
J.
I.
Monnky,
10
J, Tetley with which to
•or rails on »p«de.
Weirt Front stroot about Junn lit.
rolled by Konnrily bring, IHfl.
Knmo Hiinduy, nnd cut ono of hln cotu- dry K»o<ln Btore of Joiiepli Hal?., Hod
Gnat Front ntroet, Rod Hank.—/luV
d
In order to Ifimn the stock which will mnko hi* round*.
Tho four-y«ar-«ld non of Mrs. J. W.
|iunionn ovor tlin i-yo with n ntom\ He llniik'f- Aili:
har* to ba moved, a islo will bo conwnfl nrrentfd, nnd In default (if $200
Up-to-Dnt* wall Fapen.
New Otnea Tmisarer.
Ban l''i'imdni'o ("nil —"tlnlverun1 Dnvln of Muplo nvonuc f«ll on » spade)
ducted st Uio store for two week*, Ixi. An exhibition and sole of bankot*
bull wun nciit to thn county I nil I priilno wun upon thu lipn (if evory ono In tho back ynril l«»t week and «ut »
The flritht lino in town; imtlmwUin
Wlllliim Allen han boon ulnctnd iiwult thn nrtl'iti of tho Kiund Jury.
ginning Saturday of this week.
in hln head. It took two atltchwi
mnd« by tho Mlddlotown Imnkot In- on painting mid decorating.
J. J.
who lionrd Mr. Itlcd'H recital." At Kii»h
clous tho wound. Dr, WIHUm a
dustry will bo hold from two until flvo TrRVorit, Mvchnnlc street, nem liroml, trimiuiKir of tlm tenth grada of thn
I'ronhytprlnn cluircli, Hml Dank, Muy to
high
m-hool
to
tnko
thn
placo
o(
Kd«fcli
Week.
Hnyro
drunBod tho injury.
Detroit Frto Pres»-"I*on Rice In o'clock on HatunUy afternoon, M
May
l
witrtl Wllliy, who l«n Bclmol, Tin
t
Ftpoclnl Biilo of trimmed luiln nt t
nor who *««lly ranks with Ilia 18th, «t Uxnutwood, Mlddtttown,, Wo
otlinr
olncttrn
ot
thn
clnim
«ro:
Tho I)onv«r NJw^My»Vf Mr. RIM
«dlnjr roeit on tha eonctrt xtngra to- home of Miss Ella HinilrlcUon.
Nownrk N«w»—"Mr, Rlnn's fine
ent-li; ninny new modnln. No two
nil
I'riwliiont- l.«Wi<iiir« 'riiimiiimm
"A t«nor of r«r« qunllty pitd I M M
voice and earnest stylo nt ai wring
aV" " At
nllk«.. No diipllcntni. Friday nnd
B«nk Pr««byUrl«n Adv.
Knny, Imcony drawer*, coat undor
Vlofl
iiroMliiont
MIMH
Orrtt'i
Tnylm.
holdi th.
•
•
•
t h . ludUinM
ludUinM In>> m
church, M»y
de«ply movod his audlonc«." A t R«d
Hnturtlnjr of Hi in weok. Miller Mil- nhirtn to match, 50c, nt "Tho TognBr att«nlion."
tiwiftlnry- MfiM Union (li-nim*.
Hear him
h
at Prtkbyitnw
P b i
Wrnihlngton Htsr~-"Mi\ Rico «tlr Ilank Prcubytorlnn church. May lfllh.
llnory l'nrlorn, i'l Itroad »lrei)t.—Arfw, flho|i."—-Arfu,
church, May lOth^-Ad
MANY MEETINGS LAST WEEK TO CONSIDER PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS IN MONMOUTH COUNTY.
TROOPERS GET
MEMORIAL DAY PLANS.
E
IS
A
•
>J«
M
M^
>
^.B
•
T^
•
prison th* nudlcnc* with th« oxctl
Silver
offering.—Adv.
I*on Rlc«i the uroat tonal, nirnln
"I» V a i n *»•»•/• •lre»f»»."
•t Uttit, 8llwr In church h.ll, Thuri- Mnoy and charm of hli Ringing." I(«ar
Itrd llnnk'n lonowimil Dohemlnn
• t I'rosbyUirlsirt clmirh, R«<| Hunk
Union suit | 1 (oant gap) $1 n
diy,
M
• ,M«l0jh,fromJto9r.it.
B*n- htm at tha l'ro»byt«rl»ti church, Ital Tin
i real b»rg»ln» are advsrtlimt In Thuriday, May 10th. Hear him. Mil chili nt th« lyieiiin, for hospital bonyBank, May 16th.—Adv.
•fll ot tn« M, 1 , enuroh.—A
"Th« Togitety Bhop."—Aw.
IM R « I I T t > ^ d
TIM
t t \ A d
at, Friday nl(ht.—Mrfv.
Dont mill th* mln»tr»l
hviplUt twntflt, frlday
|
THB KBft
Page IU
KEGIflTEB
NEWS FROMMIDDLETOWN.
T.R U.S T S II
The advantages of having a reliable, duly-equipped
TRHST COMPANY FOR EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR,
ASSIGNEE. GUARDIAN. RECEIVER,DEPOSITORYorTRUSTEE
of any Trust, are explained In a Pamphlet which will be sent (or the
asking. In managing such matters, we "make a business of It";
we have .the best of opportunities to find good mortgages and other
Investments and to keep funds constantly invested without loss of
time; we have strong, Inrp; safe-deposit vaults for the safe keeping
of jmpersend valuables* \Vc hhvc conducted this business for t\ven».
ly-three years, never losing n penny of any customer's money.
WE SELL GUARANTEED MORTOACES: 5EARCH S- GUARANTEE TlTlK.
BELFORD ATHLETIC CLUB DEFEAJE^SUNDAY BY
THE SEAWARfcN CLXJB.
Joseph Fort of Belford, a Spectator a t the Game, Hit by a Foul
Ball and Received a Broken Nose—New Girl Choir Organized
at All Saints Episcopal Church—Mary H. Wilson Estate a t New
Morimoiith to Be Sold.
Loud Talk is Not Argument!
We don't have to shout the merits of our Spring Suits, we simply
want you to see them. The goods, the styles, the tailoring, the finish,
the fit. These cpratined with our moderate prices is the only argu-
The Bclford athletic club and the day-school
in the New Monmouth Baplt w
eu s e .
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^eawnren athletic club teams crossed list
*'"1" church
'
' 'last' "Sunday afternoon.
bats Sunday afternoon on the Belford This breaks the record, which WAS
grounds. 1'ha score, was 18 to 16 inheretofore 136.
' \ < ?
favor of thtf Scnv/arens. About 500
Harold Compton of Belford has-acTHENEWJERSEYTITLE GUARANTEE STRUST COMPANY people
were present at the came. The cepted a position i s clerk in D. E.
83 end 85 Montgomery Street*
JERSEY CITY, N. J.
iJeifpid
will .play tho
Marion Mahoney's store at Port Monmouth.
, ... team
l. b- - ,f. J... Jllay
Cit .. t S. ..Mr. Compton takes the place of Theoathletic club of Jersey City next Sun- dore
Maxson.
day afternoon on the Belford diamond.
J. L. Smith of New York arrived
mm Choir at Stone Church.
last, week a t Locust Point where he
A new girl choir has been organized will spend the summer. Mr. Smith
at the All Saints Episcopal church at will occupy one of Dr. A. D. Edwards'a
Stone Church. The choir consists of cottages.
Misses Ruth and Alice Mount, Gladys
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burdire of
Carhnrt, Josephine Hower, Elizabeth Locust Point spent Saturday at New
Bceckel, Mury Browcr and Sarah York visiting their daughter, Mrs.
Wright. Misses Mount, Carh'art and Parker Johnson, who luis been seriousBoeckel were the members of the old
5 0 PER CENT REDUCTION ON ALL GOODS!
choir, having been the sole members ly sick.
There are advertised letters at the
for about five years.
Navesink postofllcc addressed to Mrs.
Wilson Eetato to Bo Sold. °
Frank Moore, Mra. Charles WeatThe Mary II. Wilson estate at New brook, Mrs. J. D. DclkB and Sibsom
FORMAN & FEINBERG
Monmouth, consisting of a house and Alcy.
iiLout six acres of land, together with
The fishermen of Belford and Port
will move si trait June 1st from 3 5 West Front Street, Red Bank, t o 1 some outbuildings will be sold on Monmouth
are catching large quanSaturday. Mrs. Wilson was a Willett tities of woss-bankers at present.
West Front Street, R«d Bank.
,
before she was married to William V. They >are also catching a few flat iish.
To reduce our stock before moving we will malic a reduction of 5 0 CENT! Wilson, and this tract of land had been Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roberts of
in the Willett family ever since 1839. Manasquan spent Sunday with Mr.
ON THE DOLLAR.
Mrs. Wilson had lived on .the pluco Roberta's parents,, Mr. and . MrB.
A complete anil up-to-date line of Ladies' and Children's Furnishings an all her life and was well known to all Henry
Roberts of New Monmouth.
Infants' Wear, Hosiery and Underwear. A full line of Dresses and Coats fi the residents of t)iat section of the Frank Grimmer of Now York is
country. Gerardus C. Morris is exe- again working as barber for Daniel
Ladies and Children.
cutor of tho will and Charles R. Sny- Bennett of Belford. Mr. Grimmer
der of Atlantic Highlands is the at-worked for Mr. Bennett last year.
torney.
The supper given by the women of
the Navesirik Methodist church last
SALE BEGINS SATURDAY, MAY 1 8 t h ,
Took Connty Examination*.
Thursday night in Navesink hall
The members of the eighth grade of added about $22 to the treasury.
the Navesink public school went to the The topic of the sermon to the chilAND CONTINUES FOR TWO WEEKS.
Belford school Monday morning to dren of the New Monmouth Baptist
take the county examinations, which if church next Sunday morning will be
FORMAN & FEINBERG,
passed will allow them to enter the "Buds, Blossoms and Fruit."
first grade of the high school. This
George Day of Port Monmouth is
WEST FRONT STJJECT,
RED BANK, N. J is the last year that the seventh and havjnj».Jh,is (house remodeled. He is
eighth giades will b e a t the Navesink having one side raised up.'William E.
school. The school will close on Fri- Vaughan is doing the work.
day, May 31st. On the following: Mon- Misses Lidora and Edna Walling of
SUMMER FURNISHINGS FOR MEN.
day the members of the school at An- Port Monmouth returned Sunday
drews hotel will be transferred to the night after a three weeks' trip at
Manhattan
Shirts, Silk and Lisle Hosiery, Cool Underwear, Silk and Washable
Navesink school.
Washington and Virginia.
Preacher Summering at Belnwr.
Miss Bessie Stales of Now York
Neckwear, Sleeping Garment^ Etc., all at moderate Prices.
Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Shaw of Nave- was a Sunday visjtor at the home of
"Shake the Derby " and get a Straw. They're here in just the proper styles.
sink are spending several weeks at her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Sicktheir cottage at Belmar. Mr. Shaw re- les of Navesink.
E. Walt Havens, superintendent of
turned to Navesink last'Saturday in
order to have charge of the Sunday the Belford Methodist Sunday-school,
services in the Methodist church. Rev.has called a meeting to arrango for
Joseph Andrew of Navesink will have Children's day. •
charge of the morning service of the Reuben Davis and a lady friend of
church next Sunday and in the even- New York spent 'Sunday with Mr.
ng the service will be in charge of Davia's sister, Mrs. Aaron Hopkins
of Navesink.
Harry Posten.
Nathan Brown of Belford has had
Team of Horses S a n Away.
his store a t Port Monmouth painted.
A team of horses owned by Mrs.The work was done by Joseph Willett
Charles Wyckofif of New Monmouth of Belford.
ran away last Friday. The team beMiss Belle Mount of Navesink, wlio
came frightened at a motor cycle has been visiting relatives in Conwhich was passing. A Pole was driv- necticut for some time, returned home
ing and was unable to hold,the horses. last week.
They ran about a mile before they
Thomas J . Carman of Foxchase,
stopped. No damage was done and Penn., is spending a few days with
CHAS. G. CONOVER,
no one was hurt.
Albert W. Morford of New MonNone Broken by Baseball.
mouth.
Newman Springs Avenue,
RED BANK. N. I
Timothy* Barrett and family of Port
Joseph Fort of Belford got hit with
a foul ball and received a broken nose Monmouth' returned home Sunday
while at the ball game Sunday. Henight after a six .weeks' visit in the
was standing in the crowd with his West.
Arthur Glass of Belford has achands in his pockets. He was knocked
down by the force of the ball. Dr. O. cepted a position as fisherman with
Augustus
Turner of the^ame place.
W. Budlong set the bdne.
Arthur Smith of New York will
Mrs. Beyers Gives a Party.
arrive at his cottage at Locust Point
You get more real satisfaction from being well dressed in point
IN
Mrs. Lydia Heyers of Port Mon- some time this week for the summer.
mouth gave a party to several of her W. S. Golden of Locust Point ha
of footwear than from any other part of your apparel.
friends last Saturday night. The eve- rented both the Washington and the
ning was spent in playiwg games and McDonald cottages at that place.
music. Refreshments were served at
The ladies' aid society of the Bel
i seasonable hour and they departed ford Methodist church will meet a
.bout midnight.
the parsonage tomorrow night.
Aspaxairus Catting Good.
J. M. Duane nnd family of New
York nre down for the summer a
always afford you this satisfaction. Up-to-date in style, perfect infit,correct
Many
of
the
farmers
at
New
Mon42 BUOAD STREET.
Thorn irs-w. , RED BANK, N.. J.
mouth and vicinity report that their their cottage at Locust Point.
George Roop of Staten Island spen
on all occasions, $ 3 . 5 0 to $ 6 . 0 0 .
asparagus fields are cutting good this
year. On Monday some of them cut Sunday with his daughter, Mrs.
Won at ilfd Bank, 1911, 1st and 2lriver 200 bunches. This is very good Charles Hubbs of Belford.
Mrs. Fred Ball and family of Brook
, c-oi.-k.Tfl. 1st hfn, 2il cm-It, pullet am: for the weather of the past week.
IH'il. TroHuii, 1!IJ1, 1st onok, hen, cocklyn spent Sunday at their summer
<-rt-l nml pt-ii. We liave taken extra pains Another Sturgeon at Eelfori],
cottage at Navesink.
to perfect :i lu.-ivy winter lityiiiB strain
John M. Oshorn of Belford caught W.-B. Morris of Port Monmouth
nf prizi! winners Hint lmve real aliapc,
fUze nml color. KKKS Hint lmtch, ?2 and . sturgeon last Friday in the bay atspent Sunday with friends nnd relajr. per If.; imfertih.-s replaced. 'ort Monmouth. The fish weighed tives at New York.
KENEVILLE POULTRY TABD'S bout 150 pounds. Mr. Osborn caught Mr. Hess and family of Brooklyn
t
in one of his pound nets,
have moved in the Taylor cottage at
Broad Street. Koyport, N. J,
rtof Items.
Port Monmouth.
OPEN WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS.
Joel Gilson of Middletown spent
The pastor of the Belford Metholist church preached a sermon last Monday with Albeit W. Morford o
Defective eyesight (rcneralbr tin cauiui. Correct tho oyo»l»ht bj i l u m Sunday morning on Mothers' day, New Monmouth.
Dou you know that we carry the best $ 2 . 0 0 , $ 2 . 5 0 and $ 3 . 0 0 line of Men's
at moderate ric°sB*
thepaaU Freo consultation. Glasses If needed rom the text, "But Mary Kept All
Edward Gordon of Port Monmouth
rhese- Things, nnd Pondered Them is slowly recovering from a severe atand Women's Shoes that can be had? Come in and look them over.
DR. STILES, Doctor of Optica,
nto Her, Hjtart." At night the ser-tack of sickness.
H. M. Ransome of New York is now
iion was on hymns and their histories,
VuiU Red B«k. N. J., „ „ , . ( . „ W. d n .^. 7 .
„ „ , VUi. W.dn.^«. M.y 2
'he topic at the Belford Methodist established in his summer cottage at
.
H?"™!_ L i °Rp -M - At Postofflce BulMin<r Room- 87-28.
hurcli next Sunday morning will be Locust Point.
'Elijah, the Man of Passions, but
Miss Reynolds of New York visited
owcrful in Prayer." At night the Mr. and Mrs. George Palmer of Navesink Sunday,
opic will be "Gratitude."
On Sunday morning, May 26th, the Rev. J. V. Andrew of >Javesink has
atriotic Sons of America, the Ameri- bought a new five-passenger Maxwell
nn Mechanics, and the Daughters of touring ear.
IrvinK Roop of Belford lias had his
iberty lodges of Belford, Port Montouth and Kcansburg will attend the vnrd graded. The work was done by
clford Methodist church. Rev. John his father.
Mrs. A. II. Sutphin of New Mon\. Oakea, the pastor, will preach a
mouth iu confined to the house with
icmorial sermon.
grip.
A union meeting of tho senior and
A. B. VanNostrand of New York
unior Christian Endeavor societies
>f the New Monmouth Baptist church spent Sunday with friends at Belford.
John
M. Osborn of Belford spent
ill be held next Sunday night. Nelie C. Roberts will lead the meeting, Monday with friends at New York.
'he topic will be "Why and How to Harry Kollock of New York spent
Sunday with his family at Belford.
'lease ChriHt."
of this week we will present one free to every cash
Mrs. Stewart Mitchell of Belford is
Mrs. E. Topp of Brooklyn, who
customer amounting to $ 5 or over. Positively one
ought the old Brninnrd property1 at seriously Rick with consumption.
Albert Runyon of Belford spent
wuBt I'oint, ia having the property
day only.
lcarcd up preparatory to erecting a Monday at New York.
William Seclcy of Belford bought a
welling there. Tho house which is
ow on the property in alao being rc- horse last week.
throughout New Jersey.
• Capital. Surplus and accumulated profits $2,000,000.
$8.50 to $30 for Metftyeuid Young
MeaYSuit8 and Top Coats.
Kuppenheimer and Our Own
Special Made*
e
How About the Boys' Suits
and Reefers.
We're stocked up with the smartest styles
and choicest patterns in Boys^, Spring Suits
from the best makers. Every suit %e sell
must give satisfaction. We will consider
it a favor if you will bring back anything
that goes wrong.
Boys' Knickerbocker Pants Suits and
Reefers $2.00 to $10.00.
WATCH FOR OPENING
ABOUT JUNE 1st.
SOUVENIRS GIVEN.
. KRIDEL,
Clothier, Hatter and Furnisher,
2 6 Broad Street.
Telephone 221-B.
RED BANK, N. J.
KEEP UP-TO-DATE
It Really Doesn't Cost Any More
THE SEASON'S SMARTEST MODELS
TAILORED AND TRIMMED HATS.
J*REGAL
MILLER MILLINERY PARLORS,
REGAL SHOES
REGAL SHOE STORE,
HODE ISLAND
54 Broad Street,
YOUR
CANNAS, GERANIUMS, COLEUS, VINCAS, FUCHSIA,
HELIOTROPE, AGERATUM, BEGONIA, PETUNIA, CENTAUREA, SALVIA, VERBENA, GERMAN IVY, PHLOX, DRE3CENIAS, STOCKS, ALYSSUM, PALMS and BOSTON FERNS.
Ferns for Fern Dishes, etc., with increased glass devoted to
Boston ferns.
Our stock is much larger than ever before and never in better
condition. Come and see our stock all in bud and bloom at
for Ribbon and Maline Bows for the neck
and on
SATURDAY (ONLY)
MISS A. L. MORRIS,
iiiired,
„
A petition "-h nB been circulated
round Tort Monmouth requesting the
orsey Central traction company t o
MILLINERY,
Rod Bank, N. J.
(Oppoiito Oio Second National llank) '
iloco n waiting room at Jacobus's
roRslnp; at that place. John R. Murihy in tho primo mover in the project.
Willium Dennis, nccrctnry of the
oaid nf trnnU-eR of the Dolford Mtthdist church, nun posted notices of a
iretlng to bn h«ld in the church tofor thi! purpose of electing three
'iintcen.
I
Save Your Elm Trees.
TrcoH sprayed witli iiomo araeiiii: poison will keep
their foliuif« KIOCMI tliroiiKhmit this n<m.ion.
TrwH
utiippml two or tlirci; Hura'HHivu ycnr.'i by the Klin Ix'af
Ifcctle lire mincl.
Spray inK HIHHII.I IH, <l,mo n» noon JIB
Urn lcfivcii ure fully dowlopcid. W<- arc Hpniyinjr normof tlin Inrcfir nutate in tliifl neighborhood. Write at
on^onml our solicitor will call. Box256,RedB«nlf,N. J.
F. A. CUTTER & CO.,
Red Bank and Orange, New Jersey.
Spring Bedding Plants us
FROM
WE ARE INTRODUCING
A NEW PIN
66 Broad Street,
RED BANK, N. J.
Kirhnrd (1. Cretcn, proprietor of the
lew Amntcrdnm hotel at IxKuat I'oint,
nn find that building fixed tip far tills
'iiiiiin. The rntlro building has been
pii
(I nnd th« Interior renovntnd.
Mrlr. and Mrn. Cvnrfrn L. Iiuvctt,
nynurd Card, Hnyinoml Tuylor, !*«•I- Mlcklrn und Willinm Swnn of Navenk npvnt Hunday with Mrn. J. II.
liitw ut llelinur.
A nan wim burn U Mr. und Mrn.
Inronl I), Mount of Now York on
in-winy nf lunt wcik. Mr. Mount In
.v nun i,l Mr. nnd Mm. Joncph Mount
!
LOW FARES TO
Atlantic City
WILLIAM MEARS'S GREENHOUSE,
RUMSON, N. J.
Telephone 361 Rumuon.
Funeral Work » Specialty.
ACCOUNT
Convention American
Medical Auociation
Tlrknts will t» sold to Atlantic
City on June 1, 2, and 3, good
K"i"K and returning on nil regular trainn except th« "PennHylvunln R|»cial."
ItoturninR, ticlceta will ba good
to rrucli qrifflnal ntart Ing point
on or hoforo Juno 10.
.'U(MIO i-linri*li.
For full particular! conmrnlnu
Mr*. Kdnnr Wllmin and daiiKhtor of
n|i.'clal fnrti, tlm« at ttalm,
emcy City, who Imvc l>«cn "pcmllnK
and atopovor prlvilteen, roni frw iliivn with Mr. mid Mm. C. J.
milt ncartat Ticket A|«nt.
iiiiler of I'ort Monmouth, rrtilriiKil
mil' lunt work.
Tbo •iimimir nmh linn ntnrted In ut
lo l«li«l I'niiil nuutdlili-o. ICvory
IIX linn licen nnWH and Iho mull l«
nnvy dully.
,
Aiiuiit A(l pemvnii
HunIt pny« to advtrtlM In TtU Rwiftm
Pennsylvania R.R.
HMHHIIWIIIIIIMUMMIIMHIIHUIIIMIMIMIIM
F\ W, MOSELLE,
Red Bank's Leading Stationer
can supply you wltfitjJBox Papers, .Typewriter Papers, Blotting Papers, Pads, Tablets, Cards, Tally Cards, Score Pads,
Playing Cards, Chips, Dominoes, Dlco, Shelf Paper, Tollob
Paper, Tissun Paper, Tennis and BAseb«ll Goods. L»rge
•tack and pricM right. Books, Periodicals, MagaxlriM, LAW
Blanks, Engraving, Rubber Stamp*.
Daily and Sunday papers delivered.
58 Broad Street,
•Geo. W. Sewing,
Contractor and Bulld«r,
USD BARK. If. J.
OFFICE IN EISNER BUILDING.
lUoi- IS.
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Red Bank, N. J.
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"AMERICAN TOURIST" (type 34) $2250
_*AMERICAN UNDERSLUNG.
For SQven years we have clung rigidly to the belief that quality is bound to win; and we find it pays.
Each year a limiteid number of high grrade American cars have been built and sold to particular people; the
kind who insist that the things they buy and use shall bear the stamp of genuine merit.
" Marion," Self-Starting, (Model 48) $1,750.00.
The Marion line consists of three chassis, equipped with motors from thirty to forty-five horse-power, and
carry six types of bodies from $ 1 , 1 5 0 to $ l , 8 5 O . Perfect in every curve and line, complete in each appointment and detail demanded by comfort and good taste, meets every requirement of the most exacting.
It Is not the factory's ambition to boast the "longest" or the " tallest" factory in the world, because they do not believe that the "acres of
•"factory" scale Is the truest guide in determining the value of motor cars, or its adaptability to your individual needs. The American line, con-'
slsts of two, four, five and seven passenger bodies ranging in price from $1,425 to $4,500. (Horse-power ranges from 25 to 50 A. L. A. M.)
_ Self Starting "National 40."
Roadster or 4 or 5 Passenger Car Coupe,
ranging in price from
$2,500 to $3,250.
Telephone 478 for
Demonstration.
HUDSON,
REO,
Self Starting Roadster, 4 or 5 passenger,
Roadster, 4 or 5 passenger Coupe, ranging
in price from $1,000 to $1,750.
$1,600.
Reo Trucks, $750.00.
CHALMERS,
HUPMOBILE,
Roadster or Touring Car,
Self Starting Roadster, 4 or 5 passenger
Coupe, ranging in price from
$750.00 to $900.00.
$1,400 to.$3,250.
.
Also
' Second-Hand Cars.
FRED H. VANDORN,
Salesroom Opposite Globe Motel, East Front Street,
RED BANK:, NEW JERSEY.
'erin is superintendent of the Jersey
HOHOB PUFH.B AT. KEYPOKT.
lentral traction company and will
lake his home here as soon as he canCbUdren Who Have Farfect Attendance
Records at Sohool for April,
lecure a house. An effort is being made to revive
The following is a list of the pupils
BUSINESSMEN ALREADY TALKING OF HOLDING he Exempt firemen's association here, of the Keyport graded schools \yho
ind it is expected that a meeting will have not been absent a session during
WATER CARNIVAL THIS SUMMER.
je called soon to talk over the matter the month of April. Those who have
with the old members.
•
a Btar prefixed to their names have
The members of the Keyport yacht not been absent a session during school
It is Probable that the Affair will be Held Earlier than Usual in iub have organized a baseball tenm year:
ind will start to practice in a few Kleventli grade—Klcllnril Wnlllng,
the Hope of Having Better Weather than in the Paat—Members lays. L. E. Mason is manager of the Helen
Longatroet. Frances McKelvey.
Tenth ffrnde—12. Ackerson. M. Itose,
C. Welch, O. Brltton, J. JUCKHOII, U. ltudof Keyport Yacht Club Getting their Boats Ready for the Sea- am.
Mrs. Wilbur H. Young and children \v,icU, V. Young.
/
Ninth urailc—Marguerite ficdle, Ethel
of New York are spending the summer
son—FireJScare Last Thursday Night.
VnnMeerbeke, Marlon Drown, Madeline
with Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Young. Currle,
McCunn, llestile Mount.
pany's sureties. The borough clerk Mr. Young will visit them each Sun- JCighthItosana
AJthough rather early in t h e seagrade—I5va Boyce, Myrtle
son t o be thinking of carnivals i t iswas notified to send a copy of the reso- lay.
Boyce, UeHHln Chlnery, Murridti Flyim,
Frank, Helen Gildcrnleuve, Hnttlo
said
id on good
d authority
t h r i t tthat
h t Keyport
K y tlution to Clyde Potts, engineer in
Mr. and Mrs. Horace S. Burrowes Susie
Hopkins,
Henrietta
p ,
tta~KMiiKon, Tensle
will have a carnival this summer. :harge of the sewers, as i t ' wasare spending the week at Washington, Hclienone,
Anna Mae Sietion. Maude
d .Snythought
by
some
of
the
members
of
the
Definite plans have not as yet been
D. C. Mr. Burrowes is assistant iler. Florence Availing, Marguerite Cornmade, but several of the bueiness men :o'Jncil that he too had abandoned the cashier of the People's national bank. wcll.
Seventh griule—ThornAs Drown, NYal
have plapB mapped out for a big water |ob and needed waking up.
Arrangements are being made by lace
Dick, Alvin FltKsernlJ, Kennetl
carnival, at which there will be a ser-Spoolul Mostlnar of Sorongb Council.
;he regatta committee of the Keyport Hiind.
Hld H
Hnrvey Maurer,
M
J h Mattheu'H.
Mttl
John
ies of races in the afternoon and an
yacht club to hold a regatta here on Frank MaHOn, James. O'Toolc, lOmmi'tt
A
special
meeting
of
the
borough
WnllliiB. Walter Walling, Van WalllnK,
illumination of boats, floats nnd the
Decoration day, May 30th.
Cllcrry, Tlieron Carter, Harvey
shore front at night. It is likely that :ouncil wns held Friday night at which
Mies Minnie Maurer, who attends IliiKBell
Dolan, Kennctli 1-luoHe, l-'red Kruser, Henthe affair will be held earlier in the ermission was granted the New York he state normal school' at Trenton, Jttmln Lufburrow, IVrcivnl Llshock, CVna
telephone
company
to
set
fhree
poles
Uaker, JnnlPH McCann, Hnrold Ulirls, Leseason than heretofore, as the last few
ipent Sunday with her parents, Mr.onu
Mason, Wnltyr M(JIT1H, Mnrio Currlo,
of the water carnivals have not been on Church street and one on Second ind Mrs. Joseph Maurer, Sr.
Mildred Huylar. Helen PeaKe. Beuti-lee
the success that they should have been, street. A resolution was passed diRapp,
Uarbotta Walltng, Hazel Collins.
Misses. Gardina and Kathleen Hongrecting
the
clerk
to
serve
notice
on
Sixth Krnde—.losoph Annum, Rny Madue to the bad weather. I t IB said that
nnd, J. A. MacEwan and L. F. Arm- son.
.
Goldsmith
to
cease
building
operCluud
ltegan, Harold Sproul,' 1'i-ed
the plans will'be more far reaching
strong spent Sunday with Miss Hattie Smith, Hewitt
Wliartnn, Ormond Wallthan ever before, and it is expected ations on a piece of land along side of "ears at Trenton.
inK,
Hurulil
Walling, Hay Kruncr, Mury
Conk. licrlha Miiurur, lila PollnB, l.ydki
that a large number of boats, not only his building on Broad street which has
Next
Sunday
morning
at
Calvary
AiWlr WalllnK.
from neighboring tovmB, but from een a thoroughfare for over forty :hurch Rev. I. S. Yerlses will preach Tyler,
Fifth and xlxtli Kiailes—Mildred lledle.
well known yacht clubs, will compete 'ears, and to replaco the sidewalk as n "What the Church Should do forHelen
Camiiln/ll, Ituth Carney, ICvvIyii
in the speed races, valuable prizes for [t had been heretofore. The resolu- he Community."
Clllnery,
C
y , MIIIK'I Clilnery,
y, I'.tta Conov
Marie Dougherty. l-:tlu'l Dufour, Inea
the victor being awarded in each race. ion gave the borough attorney the
Mrs.
George
W.
Tilton,
who
has
(Jllvlna .lolin»
Currle Junes,
Although n land enrnival for the same right to proceed against Mr. Gold teen spending several months in Eng- Hnrdy,
R uhh M
M o O u m , Wllhemlna S m i t h . DDm o date is probable, it is thought by itnith after first consulting the mayor, and visiting relatives, returned home m
tliy Wulllng. Lois CiLiniy, Helen Holmes,
f
he
did
not
do
as
the
council
directed.
Cora H u y l a r , May Iru-ln, K a t h l p e n l.nfmany that a water carnival is preferlast Thursday.
burrow.
able, owning to the fact that no water An application of H. W. Riker to have
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Maurer of
" iiiirth praile—•John Carter, N o n n n n
carnivals have been held in three or the wnter mains extended outside of New York were .the over Sunday Currle,
John Dane. Avvlile Dick, Haliih
tho
borough
on
Hnzlet
avenue
was
refour years.
J o h n s o n , •Milton Jai'ltHon, S a m u e l J i n guests
of
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Joseph
Maufused on the grounds that the water
Hon.. Carmen Hiipulhi. Kgbert Ttinm-r.
•er,
Sr.
Yeppe
Walltiec,
E r n e s t WalllnK. Jom-pli
plant had enough to do without taking
atttiag Boati B u d / .
The members of the Thought club Cnmvell. Myrlle Doelt, llesslo Ociger, A K u r y Ui'dle. Ronald Iliiinlnii,
lOvcn-tl
The members of the Keyport yacht utside business.
saw the "Quaker Girl" Saturday ht^okelot,
l i n r i y Coward. I i 'roderlck lCrKclub who have motor boats and sailing Tixt Ov«r Bugar Bowl
nfternoon at the Park theatre, New hart, JanifH
MatlhewH, h'red Itnpj>. H o w vessels arc very busy just nt present
ard Terry, I r v l n a liandrldpo, l'"l(ii\-i]ce
Fire was discovered Sunday morn- York. •
getting them ready for tho coming ng in tho flat above the Sugar Bowl
R. L. Stotesbury and family have ClIldi-i'Hlt'iivi-, Mai-Jiii'li' Spioul.
Third- Kind.—Krpl'Ptt B n r h e r . Alliei I
svuHOii. Commodore -W. A. Gill nnd on Front street. An nlarm was moved iron) Matawim to the Smith Jolninon,
Italpli I.OIIKKII'CUI, AiiKelu UiiW, H. Watts havo their crafts already sounded and nil the companies re- house on Atlantic street.
pnllll. Hubert Tcidt. l.'rnnk W a l l i n g , • A l W. Howard Luke has had a newfred Walllnir, Million I'IIKBTPIIIICI. AKIH'S
in the water, and Capt. Vodin Curtis, sponded, but the Chemical engine had
CJori-y, Myra llnnly, May HuylJir, Alice
P. Sondergnard, H. A. Young, W. D.the fire under, control before the rest nice built around the rear of the
JuckNon, Annie J o h n s o n , ' D o r o t h y Leonard. Kdiur .Maltlievvft, . \ o r m a V u n l l n i n t .
Lowerce and Charles Rossi and othorB of the companies arrived. The fire Mansion house property.
The Keyport literary club will be K U n e m e WIIUIIIK. llnrry CnmiiliHll, Ki-nexpect to have their bonts ready to started in a closet and wan caused by
nelli 1'nlhnan. Henry Wai-nhnw, Cillhert
defective wiring.
K. Ktitritmbos, entertained Friday afternoon liy Mrs.llanxnn. Will MHITIH, L e s t e r Mloney,
launch in a few days.
Harvey Itumlnliih, Cliilre V n n l ' e l l , .Mary
proprietor of the Ruunr Howl, and his A. Stilwell VnnBuskirk.
Vl» Scan L o t Thurxlny.
Madeline Anlleo, Delcmn lliilley.
Elmer Hoffman is having a newAntli'n,
An alarm of fire was turned in family live in the flat und they lost concrete
lleillt', llliiilya Criie.H. Mnlii'l
laid in front of hisDorothy
l l n m l l t o n . i\nnh' .limes. DniHllla
MntThursday night by some persons who clothing worth about ?B0. The build- residencesidewalk
on
Broadway.
ttuuvH,
Amy
'arinernd, Annli.1 1'lnev, L I I thought Conover nnd Young's factory ing is the property of J. G. Sehancl
Tho
Koyport
whifit
club
will
meet
and
wns
damiigcd
to
the
extent
of
llnii
Melllli.
was on flro. The companies all reaturdny night at the home of Miss K m n u l Kinde - C h r l a l l a n I|,.pr ( >r, I n sponded, but on arriving at tho scene $100, which is covered by insurance.
uril A. l.nrluiinnv, llnr.ilil 1.', Knillh, «W.
K. Hyldn Schunck.
I'Mwtii-d Wnolley, I'lulelon Whuvloii Arof the supposed flro it was found that Arrested for Non-Sjipport.
Mary Dennis of SpviiiR Lalfe t l m r Whlteliead. K'ennelli W . Voorliecs.
the shavings, In the kiln, which the Percy Ruthcr wns arrested Ins WHSMiss
Miniorl.. A. lledle. Dinlly T. l l r l l t o n , l.ethe
Sundny
guest
of
Misses
Klsie
firm uses to burn their shavingB wus Tuesday upon complaint of Overseer and Helen Osborn.
ola M. .laclimm, '.lanel II, Sinllli.
aflro, and that the mill was not onof tho Poor W. F. Eckhart, who Alden Welch of New York spent
I'liBt Ki-ade- -IMIUMIII (li'lgi-r, William
Mull, Tony Itaiiullo, .luli,i»li,n Wliltelielnl.
fir*. The shavings are usunlly burned harged him with non-support of his
parunU,
Mr.
nml
Ann.1. Kulmu. l l i n v y H. liedlr, ,lr,,
Sunday
with
bin
in the day time, but owing to tho wet wife. Horough Recorder A. M. Wall
•(J. MnrrlH Urllton, I'luyit M. l l r o u n ,
weather on Thursday they only ng ordered him to pny $4 each week Mrs. T. P. Welch.
lh'i'lierl
('. Miiiiovv. II, 'TlinmiiH
IlinHenry
T.
Hopkins
is
the
now
Keyrowe.i, J r . , Kennelli I•:. Conlilln. ' l l o n a l d
smouldered until night, when they to hia wife, nnd to give a bond for
H.
l.oeliVVHiid,
Mllllorie
Ileoi-H.
Allllll
A.
port
reporter
for
the
lVrth
Amboy
mgde a good sized blaze.
IIIIIKWIlll, ini'/ahelli Hull
(Hive Vllll$200 to insure pnyment of thuEvening A'<ii(i».
llrniil, M m y .lime Wlillehi'iiu, Kvu .N.
nmouivt.
He
did
not
secure
the
bom
Kmnin Brown, a former resident of lllll'l-iiwt'H, Helen H. LiimliM-tHon, lllnnelie
Council n»i ntuy 8t»lon.
At the regular meeting of the bor- until Thurndny and was locked ui thin phicc, s|icnl Sumliiy with Mr». UllHey, Atililel A, (YneH.
Jo)in MiiKscy.
KANT KKY1I'JJJIT .iCIIOOI,.
ough council Monday night Mr. Mc-until that time.
W. I'". Kckhiirt was confined to hi.t I ' I I M I K n , , | . •I'lnrftfn AppleKillf. .limnHfTrg, representing tho telephone cnin- Dootor M»»t« with Accident.
l l v n m u n . Mini in ll"i,.v, u , , v lluyl
lome
several
days
hint
wrek
with
n
pnny, asked to have the minutes of tlio
Whilo coining down Atlantic stree
I ' n n i k .Iniiex. .lidin U'MIII
.liillmi |>enrtclephono hearing amended so UH toThursdiiy night In his Maxwell run Severn cold.
HOII, IMwiiid I'MI/KI'I'IIIII. Vli-ulnhi hnnMr. and Mrs. Albert Hnigh spent fnrlh, Imrolliv Vnnl'ell. lOva Hum'.
show the number of put-Minn present about, Dr. I). K. Huberts wns run int<
Hi'Cdlld mild
,\Klin.i Smith. 101 111 Wlll.Sunday with .Spencer Iloagliiiiil a t
lit the hearing nnd tlio population of by
g far going
g g UCTOH Jci'Ht'y
y a Krnnklin touring
laee. Itiniilnliili Ap|ileKilli>, Vlllcoiit AliCity.
the borough, which wnn donu. A letter A
tltl
t t i\tt .iol\n
l street.
t tTh
Th
pli-Kiilr, llt-nry Dane, W I I I I I T .lunen.'l iilliAtluntle
The afU'rnt»<in five hundred eluli will lel Mn.1,.,1, IMille l'e»l, I'lllll Mlouey,
WOT received from the Central rnll- right front wheel of thn doctor's 11111
W I W K K V I ' i l l t r tfl'lKHIL.
rond in which It wnn mild that the mir-chine WIIH torn olT nnd the mud giiuril meet Friday nt MVM. Harry M. VnnI'll.'il, neeiMHl
1 Ihlid Hlildex
.luxle
frice wuter from the trnckf) which inn bent. Tho otlwr car WIIH not dnningci DIMII'H.
(leneva llnlli-y, MniKiilet H>i|ih>,
MIDB Mtuio (Iravntt of Anbury I'ark lleyer,
down Orccn Orovo uvenuo would he nnd tho |)cr(,onn in the inacliineii wir
• * ./tit. lleyer, MiiiKinel Miiloney.
wan
tho
guest
(if
friitnelH
l
i
n
e
itwr
diverted to olhor chunnola. A letter nut injured.
Sunday.
wfa'n received from Clydo 1'ottn I
Hurry Drawn nml fiimily of I.akowfilili he nuid that ho hud notified the aela Job In GuiilXU.
Joseph
Hiillnnd
and
family
linv
wo<iil spout Sunday hern with Jy'lnIlarrlHon runntructlon compniiy <(i
j b 1, where
l M
Mr tivrH.
hnvo tho Howor completed by today movedd tto (it'unliy, (jueliei
116th letters worn ordered filed. Tim llolluiul IIIIH II poultiun with the Wnl The ThiiUKlit club wns rnli'ituillril
iiolu Htihljer Co. lit that place. MrMundiiy by Mifl.s Mildrt-d I,iickiiy.
A pronilnfnt nlllxen hf Kvannvllln,
nppolntniont of Krai Htrykcr its
member of Chemical iniKiiHi compuny Holland was n fortnrr nuppriiilcriilciil
Mm. Hnmui'1 WiMiillinimo IH HpViidhiK Ind., wrlli>n:--"I WIIH III f<ir flvo
In pluce of Nnrmnn VDIUIUH-H wn» con. if t|in Whlliill-Tiitum rubbtir fnctoij
vcirtl wcrkn nt "
motiMin wllli a iniliniiiiiiry troitlilo, a m i
firmed. A renolutlun to piiy Mill nt thin plurc.
IIIK) tlio liont (if tloelnrn. I hml hinioi
iimouiitltig to $1,18(1,01 wns pmuud A n n u a l K t u n l o i i o f A l m n i i l .
Trnln,
lf««l Out Off
rlmgiMi nnd wnn In u v«ry lutil w n y .
The telppiiono iirdlnnncn wmi rend fur A t n nu'C.tliiu; o f tin? I'xi'i'iitlvi* l i n n
Thulium Hampton nf lloliiinr, u <ni TliriniKn Mm I'llvlin cf n frlniiil I Ii
tho flrnt time nnd pimaid to tho next mitten ofi llui kvypiirt grndctl nihtm
rcgulnr mi't'tlng. 'I hero wim wniui dl"v nliimnl niifloclnlion Thin iilny nlnht n iciitor for tin* New Yoi'lt and l.on^VIIIIII, unit 1 Icrl Hint It inivtMl m y llfo.
Iriinrh rnllrouil, fell In Jumping from It In n i l yun mi (iiniiMinl It t o lin, I
riunlonn on
ordimincn but It wnn Minn Maude tilunlmi" 1 '" It wim dwldi'
on thin
thi tiidlnii
IIIIIVIMK train at Hi lelle .Snturdiiy, liellnvn It III tlm ^ri'ntent tnoillnlntt oil
in
Hourly
an
y tho mimo im read nl tho to hold the iitininil reunion nf thn IU One of liin fent went uniler HIM wheilM <Mirtli. I linvn nilvlniil dttiiMii In t r y
Th fl
dl
» ed
noiiliitiiin on Friday, Juno Vth, 'I'lli>f tlu> I inln mill hin left heel wan r u t
Vlnol, n|i'1 t)u\v huvn hml t h n nninn
NE;WS FROM KEYPORT.
GREATEST MEDICINE ON EARTH
I
f
icurlng. Th« flro (irdlnnw w
fhitn for tlui htinlncHn mri'llii^ linn n< ufT. Mr. llitintitnn wiut KniiiPT tn wnil<
for thothlid nnd llnnl rending, unil WIIH hern net.
nil the now (Iriiwlirld^o over Mnniiuniinlinously imnncd. Tho mutter of n t u i Itima.
ni|iian river.
printing tho ordlnunro wnn left wltl
Tint Jminy Wr«M I'IIIII wnn onlri
Iha flrti committee with imwer to a r t tniticd
Hntiirdny nftoinuim hy Mini
OlilMr«n
A rcnnluttnn wnn piinnml i\|i|nn|)l lul llnr.ol CIIIIIIIR
<>lul> will IKIIII
Tile llftllitlnl t l l l l t i l l l ^ rlllllll lit Ille
| n « $50 to tlio (irimd Army IW their limiir Hnluiiliiy 'I'hii
on
tlui
liiwn
nf
tin
Mi'iilnlKlit
IU'IIIHII i^nvo I h o l r i i n n i u i l
mpcnnoK Memorial dny. Th« innyor
jirocerdn
tllniiiu- t n tint iMiiitti o f e d u e i i l t n i i l u u t
p n w n l c d n romplnlnt nhmil tho ditch Hay Vlnw properly, th« ll'in'erd
Irnhi'li
linn
wlili'li
will
KII
to
tho
li<mg
'rlnnnilny. T i n ' r M l i l i v n pri'linlril n m l
<m Hprlng Hiid (Ink ntrr*>tit. 'I'lmrn wnn pit ill.
n e i v i ' i l n i l Hut i i r l l i l e n o n lint b i l l ,,t
A gii-iit lioill of illnruiiMim on thin bu
I((!V, W, K. (!oiiiptiin wnn t\ vlnltn fnri*. 'I'lio eliinti lit III c l u i i ^ o n f IVIin,
no ncHon wmi talmn. Aftor it lot o
unjuiimtit » rrnolutlon wnn pnn«oil In lit I'nU'inoli WiMliicmlny nnd Tliinndii l l l i l l i i i H i k .
ttrwotlnK tlio cl*rk to notify llio l i a r of luiit wick, whern Im nlli'iiiliil II
Uneitor M * l • «••« A lit (I,
rlmn ronntrui'tton r'unpiiny Hint un «lntn nicninpinonl of thn Hnim of Vc
1M«
tho «i<wrr
Dr. I), II. Cutp nf Hpiilirlitlit linn
U In prut!*, holntf u diili'Knln from tlio now
thr«*WOtk
liny!win
t «atiirlail
iroiiuhmlwuulil
thr«* »nil
liny! clmrtfo
th« Iniroiiuh
wuulil
U<> th«if liimwi rump hers,
ImuKlit n nlxly IIOIM' power niitiiitinlill
work
It to
totheir
t h rncnrnnt
It provided
t their
d d ncnrnnt
f tht h e 0. V. Pwin smJ family hnvo r« The r n r In mpndle uf iniikliiK ritr
Th« k r«Mlutlon
»hm
for
Th
r M llt l oln »h
turned
fioih
Haulllii,
Wunliliiuton,
Jl
mlli"i RII lioiir.
IMllflcttlun of the connlrtictinn com
renulln."
fjiltint.)
(NninA
fillnlnlied
8 Monmouth County People Saved
from $50 to $75 last week on our Special Square Deal
Bargains; some could not get the ones advertised but I
sold them just the same and at a bargain.
I will give you another chance, but my renting season
has now commenced and they are going fast- so Mr. Late
Man get here early.
Estey—Used for concert work this winter
$ 3 7 5 p 1 ,^ $450
Sterling—Just like new mahogany case
$250
. " $400
Fisher—Thoroughly overhauled, looks like new, $ 2 1 0 - ^ " ' $400
Empire Player—Used for demonstrating
$425 ' "
$475
These are all high-grade instruments and any one
wanting such should look at them to appreciate their
value.
THESE PRICES FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
STORCK OFCOURSE,
RED BANK.
BEDDING PLANTS
IN GREAT VARIETY.
Fine, healthy, well grown stock now ready for planting out.
Geraniums in all colors, Salvia, Sweet Alyssum, -Ageratum, Hegonias, Mar- ;
gueritos, Heliotrope, Petunias, etc.
German Ivy, Vinca, TrodeKcantia and lOnglish Ivy for hanging baskets, vases :
and boxes.
JAPANESE FERN BALLS, 40 CENTS EACH.
W. W. Kennedy & Sons,
5 EAST FRONT STREET,
RED BANK, N. J.
'|V]('|ili<itii>
i'mmriliiHi.
o n rn
W« wiuil e v e r y unn III thin vle.tulty
n l m In troiiiili'ii wllli i l i n i n l c rulOn,
(IIIIIKIIK, HI' |>111111<1111>l>
IIIIIIMIIII, Id
ennui ntui (ti^t n linltlo <• r Vlnol.
If It (lorn n o t KO t o thn Rent, of trou
bin, IIPUI (tin liiftiiniiniilliin timl nlop
thn roliKli. w<i will rlnitrfiilly rnliirn
oVnry onnt piilil nn f.ir It, T h i n nhnwit
our Inltli, ntui prnveii l l m t y o u tnk«
nn rlmnodH,
J*tn<t« <!(>[>|mr, J r . , IIMI Hunk. N. ,1.
Till) ltK'llft'D.lt WHIll llllvPltlMMIIr
tm» liiiyiif mill Mlor mvrlntr "Tliniili
you" to caeli oilier IIKIH itwuy. /l<Ji>
STILWAGON Sc MOUSER,
HOLMDEL, N.
J.
Garage and General Repair Shop.
Machine Work ot All Kind*.
E X P E R T IN CHAHOR OI-^ AUTOMOOII-El REPAIRINQ.
Gmolene, Oil, Oreaae nnd A.oc«s«i»orleii on Hand. ,•.
Cnrpenter Work n Spoclolty.
THE BED BANK BEGISTEB
e 12
Btncsotr WEWS.
THE RED BANK REGISTER HIGH'SCHOOL WINS AGAIN
.. man auunc DAIBT. ';
BVUI *OB t**n
1
Tho
A uhlcken and amall fruit farm of e l s '
Swoet cream, pure milk from our own Ilefftatered Ouornnoy bull, pedlfretf
uraat g o d h
oV barn; about t h « »
farms delivered datl)'. CluS. A. Mc- HoUteln bull, tliorougnbred jeraey bull.
William Mure WU1 mor«»w
rle«
ni IteS l a » k itatloa
Prle«
CUakey,
R*d
Bank..
,
.
Blnfhafn
P
a
i
n
,
Ooeanic.
If.
3.
Tele
Of Bl« Orsaluraats.
lr calh. Apply to Ftanela
nela,
WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1912. BSD BAYS THOU) ATLANTIC HICNBphone >37 Rumson.
KOB8J3S
TO*
BAI.B.
tft
and
Broiul atrtoU, Red
Rd
William Mears is planting large Team of horBe for sale RU the Middle* -• • • X O I 1
IiANDS OX 8ATUBDAT.
quantities of flowers for the coming wood Form. JRexl Bank. Inquire of Chan. A middle aged lady with experience
TOWS TACK.
wisher ptMltlnn as nouaekeeMr In wid- Most muoc««rot m 4 • mtlsfaotor*
Kama Team w i n stoyBntV.nl BaUj In year. He has recently built a newConnors. Red Bank.
ower's family
Audre»B Hounekeeper, •acuum oleaner on tho market, for sale
Itorae. 'lumber wagon, rubber tired
the Wlnth Inning oy a Boor* of 5 to 4 greenhouse and has it filled with carbox 313, Red Bank. .
BAVOB 9 0 B BASS.
,t »S.6O. will make liouse oleantni phaeton, two «eU of harnaui horn will
•: (Continited from page A.)
nations.
He
takes
pleasure
in
showMuat be sold aConce. Can be bought
'—0am* Wai Largely Attended by Eneasy. Alonio Y. Hedlook, jolo agent/ ? work ulngle or. double; have no use tor
Next Tuesday the people of the new thulaatlo Bootan.
BOOH WAKTSO.
ing visitors through his place at any cheap. Twaovens, Apply at Hotel MarSuns«t avenue, Hod Bank.
thin atock and will Mil v w j reasonable.
Large, well furnlBhe^ room wanted In
borouph of Fair Haven will elect
time. Mr. Meais will carry a larger tin, Highlands, N, J.
g^-A, Heitler, «0> 8orl»g .treet, JR»d
private family: runt must not be over,
By a thrilling ninth inning finish
-tminri»Msertr for aale oc Mm*.
their first set of officers. The candistock of flowers this year than he has
nfteen dollars permonth. AddrcBn L. K.,
AUTO BUKABOCT TOR SALE.
the
local
high
school
nine
nosed
out
Nine
rooma.
b*tb.
all
lmDrovementa,
-adates wore selected at a public meet- the Atlantic Highlands high school ever carried before.
'
- heat, gat and electricity; bar» and boatSmall automobile runabout for sale. box 313, »ted Bank.
Address '. Kdward" Wllim, tiluchBmith
ing of the citizens of the place. The team
Death ofa n Infant....
home; |3i> per month, No. Sr Rector ..Most atsassn coma from germs. Kill
in a hard fought contest Saturshop, Eatontown, N. J.
place, two-bloolui from cmtbroaA ateUpn. It" ammaj and you kill dlaeaac. Conker's
officers chosen are made up equally of day afternoon
Wanted, a perfectly healthy, fresh 6<>or«e F. Wuie, Red Bank.
The infant son of Mrs. Phineas
on the Prospect avenue
,.
Noi-l-old* mlxe* with water and Kills
men of both patties, and from present diamond by a score
Jeney or Alderney young'coy, Afldrens.
JOB SAAB.
Smith died Saturday morning shortly
of 5 to 4.
Btatlnc
a
s
s
and
price,
Dili
Froit,
Allan,
One
two-horae
market
wagon,
all
In
appearances there will be no opposiThe day was fine and a large crowd after birth. The funeral was held at good condition. Apply to William B. tic Illghlundu. N. J.
•
A laftfl^vfetrola and 175 worl'h of fln*
tion to this ticket.
turned out to witness the battle. The the houae Sunday afternoon and the Willis, Keansburg. N. J.
selected records; all in Drst class condi:
* • •
tion. Outfit can be bought right tot
groups of spectators were dotted here body was buried in the Stone Church
White ctrl, abont atxteeiT years of axe, cash. Address for furtherMurtlenlars or
There should be no partisanship in and there with pretty girls which gave cemetery.
strain of White Orpin*socw ram KATCSXHO.
to
wanted to care for baby and wash dishes. Vlolrolfc.bos Sll. Red B»n™
SHaln af Butt JUchern*
local governing: affairs. Men for of- the crowd a gnla aspect.
Wlilte Plymouth nock eegB, any quun- Apply to Urn. A. O. Williams, Battln
Brief Xtenu.
'»
strain af Barrsd lucka;
tlty: OIBO stock: formic. Apply to Chan. road, Fair Haven; N. J.
fice should be selected as they were at
The Red Bank fans were out in
3POB tUKMt
•
Btock for
egg.,
i
L
*
o
r
T
j ^—ItfferlB.
H
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hallanan and W. Jones, Holmdel, N. J.
Fair Haven, without regard to their force and they rooted hard all through
Houa* *ltb all lmcroiemtnts, on river
935 Broad street.
*O
SBT.
•
,'
TOS BALE.
bank at Pair Haven, price H.OOO; » ! . » « RMlBank.
political leanings. What is needed the fracas for their favorites to put family returned to their home at New Sod frpm SOD
Seven-room houae wlih all ImprovetotftOxl2f>feet; must be sola
twlante eui remain at s Mr vent
in towns and boroughs and townships the game safely away. This was Red York for two weeks on Monday, They at once. Apply for price, to .Walter menta, corner Maple avenue: and Front cttgh.
Lot BOMBS. Francis White, Monmouth
street; vacant after May 1st. Apply to and Broad etrotls, Red" Dank.
and cities is not a political govern- Bank's second victory and if they will return here after that and will Mahon, Fair Haven, N. J.
Property i
left by Dr.
Dr. Bush at EatJ. W. Mount. Red Bank.
otown, M i
ll kind
ment, but an efficient and economical keep up the pace they are going the remain here for the rest of the sum; all
kinds of fruit; I I sr.
wom housed ..— W Mm, t k M t a house.
sn,TSB nrsAHf nan
nan
government: A political government other teams will have to go some to
Gold h>a*t-alutpt4 toctut «nd chain' f t i d m . DtattCk!
iusjfc{p-y Ibtthe. x e m i s
Mrs. T. A. Clark of Rafton, New for sale; pedigreed
year-old
Gilts. $15 nil] be repaired and polished In Qu«tav
edi
is always an expensive and an inef- beat them out for the league chamld Gil
Tuesday bstween nroad. street and to suit purchaa
J. C , Rush Baton*
York, formerly of this place, gave each. Swoet Briar farm. Mntnwan, N. J. Lftrensen'0 shop, corner weslslde aven,ue tost
ficient government, "A political gov- pionship.
Bridge avenue: Initials B. Ji. M. Finder town, N.\F
Telephone 130-Y, Uatawan.
and Carman street, near Newman pleaso
birth
to
twins
last
Thursday.
Mrs.
return wma to Mr». H. I., Supp,
ernment is run for the benefit of a Arthur McQueen •was selected t o do
SprlnffB road, Hed Bank.
,, ,
10» Wallace s m e l , « e d Banic.
jAnrros WARTHD.
won MXIB (w w a x .
political party and the people suffer. the slab work for the locals while Hen- Clark is a daughter of Levi VanNest
and Mrs. VanNest is visiting her.
Janitor wanted' at once;' one' who. unModern house, six rooma and bath,
o. Ajmsmios.
* * *
, ,u I drkkson worked behind the mask.
dcratanda st«am -'boltera; good salary.
"Why"
and
How
to
Please
Christ"
improvements! beautiful shade and liver
Tiling walls, floors, fireplaces, etc.
Lost
on
Saturday,
between
Phalanx
McQueen
was
not
quite
up
to
form
but
noil Danlc
Bathrooms a specialty; estimates cheer- and Tinton Falls, a small brooch «et
Fair Haven has started out in the
will be the topic at the Christian En- Address Box 147,
MOTI0E.
fully given. Office, n o Monmouth street. with one large atone and ten small ones.
right path. Its future campaigns for the good support and timely stick- deavor devotional meeting Sunday
New and eccond hand ctothlnK; buying Rod Bank. Telephone 479.
"
Finder please leuva same at John K.
local oflices should be conducted in the work of his teammates helped him night. The leaders will be Miss Rose and ueUlna:; cleaning and repairing. Next
Conover's afore, Lincroft, N. J,
[reatly.
WAdOXS JOB t U S .
to Central hotel, Rw\ Bonk.
same way in which the campaign of
Ledlie and Miss Mae Qhlandt.
KaXA,
xotnra vomKaXA,
Depot
wagon,
newly
painted,
and
ono
Mel
Johnson,
the
Highland
"Speed
• * > . M m i v r raoB rasntiro.
this year has been carried on.
Mrs. George F. Viet will have an
ubbant avenne.
New dwelling- on Hubbant
runabout, all In good condition, for rule.
King," was in the points for the visitCrl-Foot Waterproof shoe dressing. across
oowa roa SAKE.
Hubbard s bridge; six
i j
j-ooms and
Can be seen at Mrs. II. C. McClees's,
addition
built
to
her
cottage,
known
Easy
to
apply,
requires
no
heatlnv.
Have
ors, with, Walter Bills on the receiving
bath; ten minutes' walk from station:
Tliroo good cows, fresh; ulso BerliBhlro Riverside avenue. Red Bank.
0BIOX.ES TO PLAT AGAIN.
as
the
Gardner
cottage.
William
H.
dry feet without rubbers. Best tn thegood river view. A liberal contract will
boar, for sale. John A. McGutre, Tinton
end. Johnson burned the air with his
Pearsall will do the work.
market,. tS cents for half-pint can, Sold bo mode with desirable purchaser. Nor '
Falls, N. J, Phone 2109tF-2.
- WAMTBD.
C o m h s
a n d d a u g n t e r
much cosh required. Inquirer a4 W. KL
Popular Bed Bank Team Will f>peu Sea- speed although he was a little erratic j M r s , H
Wanted, large rabbits and guinea pigs; only by D. A. H i m , Red Bank,
IMt FOB BAI.X.
attlmea
Fetlngnle. owner, adjolr/lng prapnty.
will
pay
good
price
for
name.
'Wrlto
me
son Hext Sunday.
Lot
for
unlc,
60x100
feet,
on
River
Dorothy
of
New
York
are
^pending
bat
whit
you
havo
to
noil.
W.
A.
Heltler,
•oos
»c»
KAtomao.
Puzii; desirable lticntlnn. Adtlrena 33
The Orioles, the crack aggregation
209 Spring; street. Red Bank.
Cholea Barred Rook eggs for hatching,
m
Kiverslde avenue, Ked Bunk.
Parquet, hardwaad lloora reflnlshed.
any [Mrs. Whitney Williams? *" ° "'
of ball 'tosBcrs-whp.huvc been repte- ,
Thompson strain, farm raised stock, 66
In the second
of the ' Miss Hattie Longstrect will cele
SLAO AHD OBAVHL SOOTOH*.
cents per settles of 15; | 4 per hundred, cleaned and pollsMCd, eaual to new, b r
BOOMS.
senting Red Bank 'on the diamond for j
T
Leaky tin and slate roofs made tight; Mr».-Louls goffel, Overlook Farm, corner expert. Also line furnftur« raiwllatied
Large and smull furnished roomR-.for
her birthday with a party
y in "
a number of years, will open their
and
hardwood rennlahlns of every deOgden Hnlf-MUe.roaa. P. O. Red, Bunk.
rent; with or without hoard. Apply at also tar and asphalt for aaje,
scription done: f o m w l y with New York
1912 season Sunday afternoon at To
a f f a i r l s 19 Wiillace street, Red Bank.
McClaskey, 1.11 shrnwabnry avenue,
*%£ fiTst^batter^fannod;
rOB BXMT.
leading flrms; moderate prices: referRed Bank. Telephone 1E2-R.
To let for aummer monthit, Uirgo fur- onceB. Paul Dlckow, Btltord, N. J.
JOB SALE.
nialiod or unfurnlahed houHe; porches,
HOTTED FOB SALS.
Black marf^ sound, klml ttnd gentle;
uliady lawnd, on main road, ono mile
_
VWKWLWCWKBM.
House
and
lot
on
Washington
street
will work single or double. Address
Apply to Mr«. Formerly with Herts Bros, ana Arnold.
for sale cheap. Apply to FT P. Stryker, nouth o f KeftriBburff.
\V. A. Walllne, Phalanx. N. J.
Constable Co.,
New York. Furniture reat Strykor & Stryker'a livery stable, A. I... Plilllp- Keyport, N. J. »R, D.
covered and1 repaired: awnings, shade*.
Monmouth street, Red Bank.
VXBE ME
B M T1 I BXOBAOB TOM T B S BBASOIfv curtains, draperies, laying ot carpet*,
and I'll wire for you. Fred E. Brower,
matting,
linoleum,
Mattresses'and ouah* '
"We make u specialty of Btorlng stoves
LOST OB STOLEN.
electrical
contractor.
20 Monmouth
ns, will ue at me neirn w a i n t h e
- w i t h t,
87 East Front
. Auto cushion lost Monday night; auto for tho summer season. No extrn charge Ions to order. JJoOraham,
'Pent Sunday at the Hotel Mon- street. Red Bank. Tel. 208-.I.
this seas*;on and he says he will do all | s c n d f n g N o b l c
Telephone U-J.
standing on Wallace street, Red' Bank. for delivery from and to your residence. •(root, Refl Bank.
in his pIOWCI- to make this the t>^s* j Gordon was out
Return to 19 Recklesa placu; uultable* acliwnrtz'H furniture etoreH, corner Front
TOR
BENT.
at first and the home j ' The'Christian Endeavor society of
street and lUaplo avenue, Red PanU.
year in the
VO* BAI.B,
he history
nistorv of the club.
.
• the
. 1.ut
Vour rooma, gaH, water, toilet nnii reward. William W. Taylor,
i!team
took
field.
the Presbyterian church will hold a
We have on hand About 40 Indian
"Hook" VanPclt of Long Branch,
• 0 V S B FOB SAI.J].
; A single coupled with two errors , Rocinl in the church house Friday lulis, |12; iin centpr nf town. Adtiresa
Kunner ducks anil drakes thut we will
MONET TO LOAH.
formerly of this place, will bu on the
. box 313. Ited Bank.
French roof IIOUBO at Little Silver for soil at tlie low prico of ti each for quick .
Money to loan on first bond and mortenabled the visitors to gather two runs 'night.
,
gage in quantities to suit borrower. Ap- sale; near Rumaon rood; 12 rooms, bntli, sale; ducks now laying. Also ono runBAETENDER.
| in the second frame.
Poujrlikepsic I Mrs. Tredwcll is having sidewalks
3
ply to the JUnnd and Loan company, 10 Mi-nm hem and other Imniovements. about, }10, worth double. A fine lot of
ns
bnrteiiOL-r
wanted
l)y
exl
t)Hill
Pvlc.o reanonable. Address MrB." F. P.chestnut logo, and a number of cltolce
and Bills were out on infleld flies.
laid along her property on Navesinl; perii'iiLt'
youns man.
A»1(II«HH Bur-EaBt Front street. Red Bank.
Kurley, Hubuurtl avenue, Ketl Bank.
standing trees, evcrgreons, etc. Hoyal
E. Dowd died at the initial cushO. Little Silver, X. J.
William Mears is doing the tender.
Farma, Little Silver, N. J.
VOTXXTBT.
BOOH.
No trouble to give C'onUey'B Kouji
" 4 Hurley ^ T h o m p s o n ' s
xuirio front room, jUHt furnlflhed,
HUltFOB g A l E .
Ftemcdy. . Just a pinch in drinking
1
water. The fowls take their own med- ahle for two; with or without hoard.
A corapleto up-to-dato plant fop elecWill also take a young sirl to room with tricity nnd water for country home.
icine. For sale by P. D. Wikoff.
another, very reaKonable. Airs. J. S.Arteslun pump (best make), two tanks
Perry, 20 Oakland Btreet, Hed Dank.
YOUNG LAST WANTED.
(5,000 and 15,000 Hallonn). gas producer,
enirlne. generator for 300 lights, cotnlousiness house nt Key port iioe<ln
younsr lady with know led so of fltenop- BBDU0ED FBIOBS HT W A i l PAPIB. ploto Hv.itclibonrd for charging automoetc. If taken lit once, will sacrifice,
phy; ftilrly good i\t fipmes. AUdvvss
*\Vo have a big selection of wall paper bllos,
or separate parts. Apply H. Melhot.
Stt-noBrupher. bux IU3. lUul Bank.
The probable lineup Sunday besides t
Tim' in^ic .vnt'tk/.;.. r«,..th . , •„ William H. Pearsall is doing the work. i_
at reduced prices. Also we furnish very all
Keil Bank.
riie locals got then fourth run in , w m i a m H Hintelmann had h i s .
HOHffI TO I.0AH
the pitcher nnd catcher will be Hay
low
eBtimatcB
on
pnlntlng
and
paper
PEOPERTY FOB BAI.B.
, ^ . . ° l i , « ° l C l ? " d . . . " U " l i . . . ^ e P ; automobile overhauled last week. The «" first bon.1 .nd mortRago on improved
Sanborn, first base; Fred Jones, sec- t
Eleven-room IIOUMV, all ImprovemciHs; hanging. Tho guarantee nnlntliiK comBXL&B t m s ,
large lot; good location, nfcar ct-ntei* of pany. 121 West Front street, Bed Bank.
When you have your clothes wiuhftd
Dr n ' ' ° ^ "p'''.
*•• McQueen was on the
town: price right. Ask about It. AdBBLP WASTES.
at the Jersey CoaBt loundry they artf
i
j job with a one bag smash and Cake
dress
B.
E.
C,
box
312,
Red
Bunk.
FOUITSY,
White nntl colored cooks .and house- thoroughly eternized and washed and
keepers wanted; IIIKII wages; must have rinsed through four waters and alwaya
l-'ree, trinl packaK" "f Conkey's Llee
this morning.
•WAIL FATES.
field; Boyden Pemblc, right field, and ' Ju"°n ^onTe"' Thompson " n f t u r t o s u mF rmaenrk cottage
references.
No ofllco fee cltarged to dried in the open air In clear weatber.
I'nwiler and big Sfl-p:tK>' poultry Ijook,
Miller i shavin
v c r a I rC
I
paper,
four
i'i-ntn
it
roll
up,
K
M.
«
»
"
I Blrlfl.
rtcii Unnk employment oince,
William Kecney and Edward Bernard, ^
^
by the "WhiffvTle" route
prico IB*60 cento, Our wagons go to
^
t hi h
Willi
H for one weett only nt I-'. 1>, A\'ikofL"K.
ici'w, -*i West Kionl uti-eel, -U<HI llrond ami Monmouth Htreetd, Bed Bank. Tho
to
his
house.
William
II.
Ku
l
s
Long Branch, Oceanport. HtUe Silver.
j
^t ^
i The visitors gathered another run in
FOB SALE.
Fair Haven, Oceanic, Highlands and
Pearsall
is
doing
the
work.
Two-cylinder Auto f a r runafiout with
TOM BALE,
Navoalnk. Telephone 204, Red Bank.
GRADUATING EXERCISES.
I I'1? t h i n l " m s i n K l e s b - v H " n t e r and
M. C D . Borden and family of New top and wind Hhielil for s:ilo. liniuire al
FOB SALE.
J125 biiyn splotidld driving horse, inouHoliolil Konrls. tlave'nport, dining
* XTOTZCX;
York are expected to arrive at their .1. Kriilel'B clothing More, lied Bank.
Hurray; Bafe for latly to rldo nnd
table, two atiivcs, two dlvs-seis, r t c ; cluillnff
Our 10,400-«>6S mammoth Cyphers InAlso JIIUSB Htntlon wn^on, JapEer
essjiry to »oSl quick. Call iVt -S$ Iler- drive./
cubator IM now In oporittlon nnd wo are
wntfon,
two
tfetn
harncwH
and
Uuly'wftiulMonday, June 17tl>.
Albert Brighton ia having his new'^EABII TO BECOME A CHAtrPTEUR.
t Htret't. ronr of Haley's Kl'ocery.
dle timl bridle for Hale.
Ullmartln, prepared to hntch your eggf*. Wo cart
which session the- visitors by soine bungalow painted. The work is being j j j f ^ • " S e c S
^"tSSSlfc.
supply stock nnd esga for* hatching.
The commencement exercises of the
Shrewsbury rond.
heavy clouting, sent the run that tied done by Walter Robinson.
PACINO MAKE TOB BAKE.
S. C. White and Buff Leghorns, 8. 0 .
Enule Hall Mock, Asi iry ' .V.
" •J.
hiirh school (jniduatinp; class will be
Park,
l-'nst pacinK mure for sole; between
"SVIilto nnd Buff OrplnKtons, Buff Orpingthe name over the rubber.
LOT
OF
KEYS
rOUKD.
held ill the school auditorium Monday
Mrs. Theodore Banks of New York
eleven and twelve yeuiH.old, Hea.son f(,r
ducks and S. C. White Leghorn babjr
Except for a number of fast plays,
BTBA-WBER&Y FESTIVAL.
Seven Uoys and a nmnlt wrontrh wero ton
Hflllng.~lmv,' too many iiorsi'H. Apply to
chicles. Do not buy a brootler until you
nijlht, June 17th. Adrian Minton will
Tiio IJolmdcl Hefiirmed chureh will G'.-orjTO Kllenlierg. Fair Haven, N. J.
picked up by Officer Kdwurcl Connorn sec
the game wont serenely along until
the International Sanitary Hovers ia
be valedictorian and Amy VonBeidul
hold
their
annual
strawberry
f"Htlvul
Monday
\vhil«
mi
dnt>"
on
Jtlroud
utreet.
here. Visitors always welthat' nerve gripping ninth inning and
near Mechanic street. Tlie keys nre nt operation
salutiitorian. The diplomas will be
l\ Sew York filled next Tm-Milay eveniiiK. Mny 21st, 101U.
Dunrobln Farm, Red Bank. TeleFOB SAIE.
then there was some doings. The
The lU'Kister office, \vhero they can bl»come.
phone 579 Ited Bank.
presented to the irruduatcs by Charles
I'lne Itnried Hoi'k laying Hens, one had by the owner.
BOOMS.
and the
oUV. al»o Yluft OvplnKtnns. i\n^ two
I). Warner, president of the bourd of
Furnished rooms, with or without yenr
took the
Whltt" OrpiiiKton I'iMHterw. MtiHPclliiiL'll,
board, as (le.slrt'd.crtn lie lind at -1 Wash- Sllver-slde
education.
nvt'nui', I.lttlo Silver. N, .1.
BOUSES ron BENT.
ington
street,
Ited
Hank.
Men
picferred.
On the following nifrbt the usual
Twenty-flve furnished iiouweH to l^t, Perquot CIMIBSIB, slnjrlo cylinder, 6-7;
of the day.
from $200 to JS.FiOO. on. river. Uumnon, w l t h
ctte house.
class nip;iit exercises will be held. This
WANTED.
CHAVPFEUB WAITTS FOSITIOH.
All eyes were on Gordon as he
toi* a n ( » w l m l sHIekl; now
tjuKr™.™.™!."...
,. f ,
,
,f
, summer; also l'air llavtMt. MUMIetown antl* In Retl i
h
Mr. and Mrs. Willia.m H. Hintelis the ni^ht which furnishes the most stepped to the plate, but Johnson was
kl
tti
h
Hank; also 1U houseH unfumi»heU.
price JldO. Q, M. Jatobufl Ketl Bank
fun, both for the grarluatiiiK cltisss and ;,,,,'i,',Pii,i,, and Gordon was an easy mann spent Sunday with friends a t
KrunclH White. Monmouth and 1 Broad
ork. Address P. O. box 97. Red Bank. ^ " ^ ^ i x , v , "Sox ' ^ Locu»l, Tf"' Htreuts, Jlfd Bank.
for the eleventh (trade, the coming victim of his shoots. Hendrickson hit New York.
HORSE:
senior class.
The follcnvhip parts one towards Hunter, who lost it, reJoseph B. Vandergrift of New
-*W 1 1 1 *
MONET TO 1OAH.
A handsome,, Htyltah, combination cot>#
EEAUTIPUI. B E V E B S I B i E BUOB.
K>
ie
l
u
u
u
i
u
s
x
i
u
u
i
e
i
,
*vnu
IUM.
it,
i
e
"
v
»
,
•
j
»
i
•
,
L
have been assigned to tlie members of
Money
to
loan
In
sums
to
suit
bork a
reversible rugs, mndo from
the class for class night:
covered
it again and then heaved it ^°i'
lust week.
.. r' V e d a th ) s s u m m c r C o t t a g C rowera on first bond and mortgage. oldBeaistlful
carpetn nnd clieiiHlc portlers. AVrtte HfliltiK,- not 1ar«if OTIOUKII, Also IthoUe buggy, rubber tired dos-n-iloa and Stanover into the crowd along the first base
Arthur Boyce took his first degree 1 A. L. Ivlna. Register building, Bed Bank for ctrcuhii'H. American Rug Manufac- l.slund ftetl t>KRn for hatclilriH, nt rt'duced hope. Apply to Dr. Wolfert, 94 Broad
lino. Johnson was at his best nnd.Mc- n e
turers, 296 Vermont Htreet, Brooklyn.
Fellows
rate*. Mm. Vundervoer VnnDorn, Holf- Htreet, Bed Bank.
I n t r n i l i i i ' t i i i a
o f m.-tiilii-rt< — A r l h u r A l i Seabnght, |
Queen did the whiff, act. Cake fol- . f • . .
VAIt
Mile rotid, Kf*l Hunk.
Wall paper, fmir cents a roll up. F. M.
i-luss hlstiirv Kv.i S..i(t.
lowed with a hit towards Hunter who ! la 5L"!.™
P A B K BCASD WAHTin>.
Emery
will
entertain
Cliumliers,
U
6
West
Front
Btreet,
lied
i'1-.isK wlll---\.'vfilii u h l u m l i .
trarm hand wanted to taki' euro of one
DATBY.
FOR SALE.
again got stage fright and hurled the
horse, one cow, and to make himself
I'lnss iH'uiilx'i'V—llanild Vnnrliis. 1
church
choir
tomorrow Bank.
Milk and cream, fresh, special milk foi
Kitchen ninge $25; gag range ?15, e l ballI wild, permitting Hendrickson to i ' £t"™
useful about ttie place. Timothy Bar- babies fruaranteud pure Guornsey, delivi'le^cmatlon ut tfifts — I-Mna \ i i s n .
re,
and
then
everything
was
over
j
*;
..
evated
ovens;
both in first-claim cotullrett,
Tort
Monmouth,
N.
J.
Kox
104.
score
f'lHss put-in—Amy I';tt l i w m .
ered dally. A. Qrover. Tel. S(-w, Shrewa, ^i.»..4: n ..
HOWB with twenty-two
•i.^
Lesli e Townsend of New York spent
Two Jerney
•luuloi• "kiKiclis" — Kniil llraml ilml Hurliury, N. J, Milk from my dairy froab tlnn. Cnn he flec^n In operation. O. M.
Ifuniol CoHtlpan.
plgH.
Apply
C o t l p . near
feMMAIN.
but the shouting.
Sunday with Miss Minnie Harvey.
dally at M. Rb)rn*!i flellcati>BBfin store Jm-olius, Hed Bonk.
l
Apply toITSB
Freehold
6, Freehold,
Kull .sized ^rans trlmmetl bedstead, Ilroad street, Red Bank.
Mrs. Mary Stewart has had a new Marlboro, or IUUIITSB Houte 6
N. .1.
_ _ _
hair mattreBS and woven wire springs
RELIANCE LOST IK THE NINTH.
BOYS PEAST.
curb laid in front of her store.
for nalo; ul] Kood an new; price 1^0. Cnn
TOP SOIL FOR SALE.
COW *OB SAT.E OB BENT.
Mrs. Charles Conk gave birth to a
s n n i » ABI>
bo seen at 130 Ilroad Btrcet, Red Bank.
A very"' fini* fresh milch cow, halter
Daaquet at Youngr Men's Ansociatlon Freehold Team Sefoatl ItOcal Mine by a «on Monday morning.
QooA strong topaoll for sale. Price It
Have you dyolntc and clounlnK to be
broken, price %»*: or will rent for-the
OOXT VOX B A t l .
done? I f .HO, tty Philip Murgulcu. 37 cents per toad on the premises, a t MiaX>ast Thar»ili7 Hlght.
i "
Timely Batting Sally.
•(
sen-son. " P. Carton, Jr., box 16, Everett,
He does nenink Park, near Red Banlc. Inaulre ot
One-half thoroughbred colt, three years Prospect avenue. Red Bunk.
Thirty-eight boys of the boys' de- ' By a batting rally which arrived a t ! "T
H. taxiiif.
N. J.
old. very gentle; broken for saddle. For cleaning nnd riyelnx at the lowest prices
partment of the young men's associa- 'the nick of time the Freehold team de- (Hemover of dead animals, Bed Bank,
sale chenp.
Oust Ornberg, Newman for Kuarantecd work. White SIOVCB. all Otorge Curtis, superintendent, on th«
premises.
Springs avenue. lied Bnnk. Phono 442. lengths, C centB per pair.
r
moon
tion were present at the banquet given fcated the Reliance athletic club Sun- )•"• J - Telephone 189-J.
to let to lady; homelike, reasonable;
JUSTICE OF THE PXAOE.
in the association last Thursday night day afternoon by a score of 4 to 3.
COBBEOT
EHratY.
some privileges; near Broad Btreet. Ap1
have
bt'eti
In
ti.e
law
bunlncsr*
fourPrices right. Mrs. H. Gorey, 41 Broad ply to Mrs. White, (9 Bordin street. Red
FOR RENT.
by the ladies' auxiliary. Rev. J. L. The game was played on the Prospect
Furniture of all kinds repaired. Re- teen years and if you want ndvlce come
storing of antlqutt and mahogany fur- In antl I w i n give it to you. I ulil Bhow
Miner, pastor of the Baptist church, ' avenue diamond and drew a large street. Red Bank, N. J.
Bank.
Butcher shop or store for rent »t
niture a specialty. Henry Orauoe, Front you the law for yournelf. I wont tell
made the prayer. After the banquet i number of enthusiastic fans of both
GOLD CUTTEB WANTED.
BOABonro.
street, near Southern railroad. R«a Bank. you It'fl a decision, Kdward W. Wise Ktansburg-, N. J. Good stand In busiNewton Doremu.s, president of the ap- ; sexes. A cold damp wind blowing in
Apply al Fraver's Kold-lenf factory,
ness e«nter: rent $180; year or Msson.
Hoarding by the week or by the day;
'IH Uroud htreet, Ited Dank.
soeiation, gave a short talk to the , from the outfield made the day a lit- I'lilon street, Reil litink.
r o s x T i o s WAirriD.
reasonable terms; nne locality. 130 McAddress William B. Walling. Poet MonYoung man desires position In the staLaren strt-et, foot of Borden street, Red
7 0 S BAI.B.
boys and introduced Charles R. Scott, i tie unfavorable for good ball but de- \
ODBI. WANTED.
mouth, K J.
tionery
and
printing
line;
knowledge
of
Two hardwood hedroom milts, only
state secretary fur boys' work in the j spite this both teams showed flashes j A\'iinu-tl, n Bhi to wnsh dishes. N'o. 10 Hani.
printing and guillotine work; good refer- 112.60 each. conelBtlng of bedntead with
association. Mr. Scott gave an out- Jof the real article.
•
, Went Trout «treet, ited Hunk.
DOBTT Tomawt
ence. Address Shearer, Ffllr Haven, N. J. mattrcsf anU HprtnjfH, drctiKii' with Uivg^
REILLY'S EXPRESS.
that when you hav« something that
«f|uaro bovel rnfrjror, nnd waBhstand;
line of the work which should be done \ Johnson was in the box for the Ee- j.
BUTCHEB W A S T E D ^
Rellly's expresa, moving vans sjid
TTAHIED.
you want repaired you eon gat It done
like new and very UttUi uited. Inquire
in this association and told what other' liance club with Tannenbaum on the
Apply at People's Market, Wharf nve- at
Experienced men for a life and drum nt postofflce. Oceanic. N. J.
Haight's,
36
Monmouth
street.
Bed
storage.
Heavy safe, machinery and
boys' departments were doing. W. E, receiving end. This pair worked fine j e and I'ronl street, lied Ilank.
corpf* whlcli ls boinfr organized In lied
Bank.
boiler moving. Light and heavy truckBank. Apply by letter to Leon ItueckIiunn, secretary of the association, together and for four innings the vis-1
rom
KBKT.
FOB SAI.E.
ing of all kinds. Edward J. lUUIjr. IT
tutiiBe, 212 West front Htreet, Red Bank.
KOTAI, TOTJBMT T O * 8aXX.
also made a few remarks.
itors were held without scoring. In
A full lilooded Alrilnle female dofr for
Beautiful modprn houne, ttcven rooms E u t front •treet. Rail Bank.'
Forty-nve-lioi-si' power Itoyul Tourist
d bath, furnished or unfurnlulied; No.
i the fifth session Freehold squeezed Hale ivammnble. V. VauDorn. lied Hank. auto for mile: Rood condition: >-TiO. ApW 1 U PAPEB.
G
Petera
place;
alt
convenience*,
includone run in. Both sides were retired I'
ply to H. ItlUau. Rod Bank. Telephone
Walt paper, four cents a foil up, K. SI. ing electric lights, gas log, etc. Mrs.
KILLED BY TBAUT.
CORN WAMTED.
BOARD WANTED.
Cliumbers, 2G Wist Front street. Ited A.
! in quick order after that until the I K
O. Brown, 21 Went 129th street, New
n wanted. Mlildletown Stoek 123-J.
Bank.
York. Telephono fiUC-I H l
Mothsr of Albert w . Worden of Bed ( eighth inning. In this stanza the Red i Kan
iniiiH s. I'Meld. Ited Hunk, .\\ J.
Board and pltMant room in si p r i n t *
Bank Heeti Untimely End.
j Bank boys landed on the opposing j —
niAwaian nmTA
BOAT WAJTTI1D.
furnliv: preferably of adults, for m Ikdr
O
WAKT171).
HOTICE.
limit with top, 4 to 10-h. p. engine;
Htrawberrj' festival at Little Hllver, In
Mrs. Ifabelle H. Worden of Forked twifler like a Texas tornado and beRummer board. July HIM! August, with who requires a little attention «n» wher»
IVuple ivllh foot trntiblp should rend
he In Kood condition, l^owent price private family near Shrewnbury river, a kind Intereit will be taken t» inaJM
Kiver was killed by a passenger train j fore he could extricate himself from i.'lureno" Whlte'H ail vert 1 semen t in thin church hall, 'rhuiwlay. May l«th. from mtiHt
5 to 9 o'clock p. rrt. BeneRl of tile M. 1;. for rmilL Anmver by letter only. Davla, within commutlnK dlulancei of Contra!
near her home last Thursday. She the cbuos three of the Reliance run- lK.ll.-.
/
80 Atlantic avenue. North Long llmncrt, rullruad boat. Two riw>n\»; family of her liappy. Addnns A. B., ha* »1», R*l
church.
ld She
Sh lleaves two ners had flashed over the p
pan. The
N. J.
four. State term*, location, etc. Adwas 82
82 years old.
Bank.
g i U T E B T WAOOW r O B S A U L
NOT10D TO. TA
.]r.-HM Boarder, box 313, Ited Bank.
Delivery waRon with top, suitable for
sons and two daughters.
They are f
hili
t hi t
d
fans were
hilarious
,.
, . at this. stage
. • • .,and
. ; <'nin ivanti'd: manure for naif. J. S.grocery, ten or coffee route; almost new.
•rnunir.
•Mrs. Martha f«rooms anil Mrs. CathW««IML
VanMutcr & Welgand Trading Co.. H a i - Tlie Wentsido. millinery store Is the
totnn ron i m .
erine Kno of Forked River. Albert W. were all preparedI to congratulate their ; Hum, coul yard, llurrowos street. Itetl let, N. J.
Wanted, |8,00O ft ret mortgsc*
beHt plncc to buy up-to-date trimmed
favorites on a victory after the next i HKIIK.
Two new liouint on Chestnut street:
Worden, Sr.. of Spring street, Red
wntl untrlnmied lmtn. Mre. W. II. (.ob- noven rooms tund bath; g»» and electric tor tlirer yearn; blanket morttfac*
inj\iiiK, which most of them supposed I
WAHTBD.
YOOB SitMKWi UVIt.
Hank, and William Worden of San
munn. 2f*7 Shrewsbury avenue, Went lied lights and all Improvements, Iteiuly tor
would be scoreless for the visitors
atfr )mm>l nnd (ruck.
r .
Write at nun- li> Clotnler. lx>x 313, lied
occupancy April 1st. Rent $S& per lota and two bulldlnKB at
Francisco.
I l ltank, mill Ket four Hummer suit on Hank.
i\ \\, box U.1. Iteil
judging bv the way tlie visiting bat- IHank. • : H i j - i t i i l i I
month. Iiunilre nt TJAWIR'H Utmbsr ynrtf, N. J, ll«teiicie to Hult mortffttgee. R««*
Mrn. Wiirdt'ti was the widow of ters were being disposed of.
ci-eillt at rush prices. Clothier, box 313.
KOTO* BOAT rcm S A H .
W'flt mid chestnut Htrcetn, ited Dank.
•tonalile foe. Ampto aecurtty. Wltiiant
lied Hunk.
Daniel C. Wordvii nf Forked River
Motor boat, 19 feet lonif, 0-foot beam,
Hut the ninth inning was altogether
Hubel, owner, Wedmwktn, N. J.
WALL F A F I 1 .
TO _ _
4S*l>orso
power
I'^iyle
engine;
price
$125,
ami had lived there all l u r life.
ditfei'i'tit than tht' I'OOUTH expected and
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BOOM P O » U O T .
1
lie Hern any day. Apply at 108at Kufllnlrle fmrk, Itoum- of R rooms; alt
lied
•Tlie fuiKTiil was lii'ld MuNdii'y aftor- tlu'ii fond hopes wen* chunked to • l l t i l l l l n - l i i , 2 U W e n t I ' l O I l t l i t l f i ' l ,
A ph'iiMint rtiinlHhetl room to rent hi Can
jirovenKMitB
Picept
fiirnnooi
tr»»lloy
LOOKING
FOR BARGAINS?
Ulveraldo avenue, lied Unnk.
Jofleph wltlitn 300 frft: r*-n. |20. flan u trnntice
private family; good location ami allBenin.
niton al lu-r late luinic :uul thr i)udy (.jlwoniv fort'liodin^ii. The VIHUOI'H rapor Imrn. Will Hotl f/>r |3.B0O, hot fiOx If so, MM our new and MeraA-buMl
hnprt>vi>nitiitK.
28 East Front Htreot,
l l d th
ith
t nnd
d '
was burii'il in tlif ri'ineU'tx' at
t'Ued idl
idly rfilled
tht' h
bases with
none out
HODBca I-OB B
U.O. 9^,000 cnn remain. I'run.-lH Will to,
ll«l llnnU.
ron BALE.
ltiver.
the fans who liul a nioinenl before
Two houneti a t Kant Oceanic, nil Im- oiunuuili mu) llroatl BtrcctH, itctt Dank. furniture and household speclaltl««. K B liiitsr
fiii'
side
MI'U*T
tire enntenti of liottlH. boarding boaaaa
provcinetitM, for pnle; ono lot IH 110X120
I WITI' routing like mad for th« home
OIBIi
r. T. .f. Mu«-«l.>k-i
.'l,
X.
!
Kill " » n t f t | tn c u r e for clilM ri.Kt anil 111., nlher Is TCliir, feet. Apply
WOT1CB.
and cottaifeft boufht fur Npot c»«h. D«»
N e w Olipn A t r T h o n t e r . t
team were sili'iirctl a s they rt'idi/.cd
| nnd to i Him with hoiiKowork: A n u f I m n tn Albrrt I.. IVIIIH, Iti'Kliter bitllilinH,
My
wlfft.
MrH.
Annln
Hi»nl#nbrfM»k,
I
inn
liveries
fre« of charge. Bchw»rtm'» furFOB BENT.
\. ( J o r l i t i , i m n i ' i JIIHI | I K » ] I I ii.lni'
i c l o r that nothing but the best of htiHcbnll
Apply ut f»i» Hfi'lor I>IIH'(\ Itrd Hunk.
in' (Irrnui
left ntv tied HIKI tumid without Jimt niture storm, 108-110 W«st I'ront atrMt,
ti«'W miiuhin'iilH fuv
i II.il It,ml;
CIIIINP nml I will
tint )><* rrnponntldrt for
e l . > r i f ihi'iiW-r ill A t l a n t i f
\\\\r\\- Uu'l; rinilil sivvv llu-iv team fnim dea
niH,. Mntlht'WM, Kant
BOABDBBB WAHtlD,
any dfltlH ti'*r* nFt<*t* fimtinrt^d by hrr corner Muplo avenue, Itoil fi^nk.
One run WUH srored by the vi«s, w i l l npcit a new open a i r th<>- feat.
llimi.l ut i-i-tiHDiinM.' rntcii; nlrcly furroa
iil that pliu't- itt a few day... T h e itnrs anil nne hatter w a s retired, cnusOut 1 IKM Hi JII i jrttll, o n " IHIW V an.l nne nltheil rooms; gtMXl tnt>lo; nil Imprnvp*
DAVID
When yim n*«tl any carpenter work
W A N T E D .
H - t l . f HlllKl l n n
for
f
ftnl«< rlieup.
p luu ini-nts; wllhln Hevrn ininut.'n' walk of
Ill'W
1
i nn tli
l
t itiK tin' ftiun In bicallie rattier. A ilv
ilune, or alti.nilltiliN ur relmlrH uC uay
W i i i t l i l . y « l t . liOHtuflln*. Apply ut US HUIIHIIU IIVPIUIP,
left lii'lil which tnulluKt'il In i S ' : . r , n i > i n j i . i t i n U I I M I I - , 1 n n i i n . t n i i M i - • l U l i r , , ) ' \ V ll. . \ n i i y . [.IP W
F i r s t a v e n u e urnl i n d i i t - c t l y d i '
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MKi'.
m iiiKi'MI". • Allilll'KIt
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l i n v
I I ! . IN.I
1
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I led Hunk.
t«
l Kind mini" In your pi*wlt*«N,
mdon's Knisp after h e hnd
nidi
• M i . p u r l i n ' s L'lutliiiiir . s l u r c .
w»nd<ii to tukr pnmlM<>*
<>itr« of Hifiall
•rnintry liuinf.
fur
p
it |H'rmittiMl two hiiiri' FIIH 1 IN
ll
f
FOB BAI.S.
rliri will y.\\v :in i i - u i ) p;i> s ( o
BOOMS) r o i *E"rr,
l d
nt umlfi
Mtaml furnilnff
urul
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ron
BAI.I:.
ruitni'iti
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riTins
tlu'
plate
and
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Mr. i
Intlil
Nlc.-Iy f i i m l H h i ' i l riinriit* In r r n t i t ' i l [ i r l Mill whti inilur M t i n iii'W t l i c
**. All yt'iir UIOUIH) |>ONt•f«i, rm HI u u m n
. llii.nlli... ..I.I. f o r m i l e .
Apply
, , ! . , , , . tin. v
vnli* I l l u m e , f u r r i T t t o w i m e n ; n i l I t n - l|un.
(rilni nnr rut) in llu>
fuHplf |Mi'fi<rii'<l, AitnI i'MH
mud.- at Hi \\'i»
.1. I'l.w. l'-H \\>»t Knint Mn
i n i i v n i i ' i i i H ; ini-nlt* r u n I).. n T u r e . l n f e w I'ltti'ti
Mnrki't NII f«'t. Newark,
|il-r.
i.M.I.
llniiti
d.iortl n w u y .
Ailill.BH I I . H. I ' , b o x 3 I 3 , N, .r,
A fen I ll i n f llit< g a l l i c w h i c h CUIIHCII
Vlntll
Itivl H a n k .
I>f> IT NOW, l^rorr thti rush I* on
1
o B HAJCB.
rnii:ii((ci iililt t a l k m i i o i i ^ tin* f n t i n WIIM J
YOUNU riua ron HALE.
• M I : I . CIIMI
mi
T»n,m:i
llliiK. lii'iUn iit'inn unil nanil for nnln.
Now In thi< tliii* to liH>k avwr your itmi HHVI> Inronwnlencfi find dolay.
JBKSJ1Y BULLa VOB
I h r p l j i y i n j ' o f ( l i e vi:«it in,.•: I i( r lil
< « . , . , ] ( , . ,11 i I , - , i , , , , „ , ! , . , | .
tiAcllnir
roinpnrir,
Frank
Vt.rli dX'd » l
>n a vi:.il
!u-r Mini
Mtiniii'Mitli Co
Tn.i rt'KlnliTvil ,lpr»ey lillllx, ready f.ir Niit'Pitn IIIMI Hrrrnt dmtm. 1 juthv »uy
.\ I • 11 • > I n : ( . W . l l i ' i i i n . i i .
l i i ' l d r f , w l i n Iwul \i\\\y
nut'h m u l , \\h\ j
Title- turvlci*. for ciilf »l fmim-iw' p i t i e s , IIIHII klml <>f HrrrriiH for wlni1(»wn, »|iM»r« nnd
M I'rirn, mii iiigsr, It«d llartk.
No Trotiblo to Ghr« Estinuil«.
int-r colliigi 1 In- 1- l i t s l TlmiMliiv nf
I I I ' . N .1
r i r h l l u i n d In m e n i t u t f a t 11 M - w i n , I , '
phiinn JJ7-W.
I.'UINHH'-'I Iliiliilrlu bull r n i r oul " ' ''» |ii)ri!li«*N. Alni> nil klndn i»f rrpulrlnir
Mhr WJI i f o i t y
ruiuiiiin|il inn
V C M I •>
Dull
MA u s r o n MAr.ii.
111 row Itnrltun Valley (''HIIDR. fl'ilii'fI. tl(.».*-, Call 412, for m> " H i m . ! lit- l i d h i s ( I ' l i n i n i a t c i u t I m L t m ^ iitul
llriil>«iK, Nflivnum Hptl(i|>« n l •lino, Ilo<|
ulil.
lli.itiili" hei' hil^ln Mil . ' h e I r . i \ r >
JOHN BEET, Builder,
• ALB.
vlllr. N. .1.
n.
l>i| .U.I.'. K I I M I , p
Kuan
Hurt l..'«ln.in
ml
Hi ri'i1 children. Tin- rii M'l'ill \V il H l i r l t l i n v r i l h i ; , ( n u n fi o n i i l r f r n l h y a H l l i "I niittlilnii.
I', .1.
n i t i K f l i t c h n f M l l y t h e p i n i l ^ l i t n>nti>i'. t l o l l l l i l i ' l N ,1.
n t t l i u l l v e prli
"lie uf t
Tom H4I.S.
1 111 VI
No.
• Front Strwt, Opponto
wuw \\\
Monday n
» luinwii
I'. II. f n i k . r .
I HI i
A I'i h . p i i t l l u t ' l i K l n i ' T o r s n l e , In I l m l
III,- lio'ily
bin i<-d in
iann UOrilfU AMD BIDIIIO.
I'll
\\'tilil«-'t, tn it r m i n t r ) ' »•»«»• v, n WIUII« o r
II. N
i IttMH r o n d l l l l i n : t h r r n e h o r n . IMIK^; t u n h .
BnMkd Street, Red B«nk.
i i i u t i l l K i i l v n n l K n l H u n f o r nvof- M.illl"
(IIANTH n O O K B D VOtt JUMH OTR.
r n i t i l l r c l n r , w l l f r l n . |l« r l I*, r t r ; i-lli'iip f o r t ii I«Id If »(('••' Hiiitt !(•> lii)4''> HIM! doll VIT
l KlilliiK f o r Hiiln l.y J . W . M o u n t
• IIKII
T l m o l l i v l l n i i f t l . I ' o i l U ' . n i t i ' i i i l l i , III.I.'IM; I I MI MI I in to uootl | ftvi i«nr*>a; will
il li»nl<.
ixiv for tnuird, wtittlilnN »tnl p in nl I N»lit|-y
i lilt., n
N .1, I I " * t « l •
u i.lhi.. i.nulil'
• Mntlunnl I.citnu* Ultniiiplnnii to Piny At
in tH*K.n, mid itdvniu'n »m WijrDt Nr)«l Mt»llinn. I I I I '. iil it Htfiitn '-ii
I will bill hi on liny tiuul lilt n « | IMS
|
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liy In MIMWN Addrcdft .tiilin u I'lrlhtimifi
OIHI. WAHTDD
n,.I nlni' ililxr,
l i l i t i N . IHi
BAI.B.
I linn i n f»«t w|il« In »ny «H.MI smllon o j
M i u y T n l n , infiuil datlfliti'i1 nf M i ' .
I, 1 1 1 ' i i i n l * i l l i ' l l> . ! i f , i n i K l ' i i r
I Ishl roiim lionnn with h i m ntui IINIIOI A H"ii. Wtil|i|>uiiy, N. .1.
N i n i i l u y . J u n e l l t l i , in HIM ilnl<• f u r Hi,, !
llnl Hunk or vli'lnlty, • n o t houm.
'i iiunn i', it,;, i;iM. « ,i,iii) ,u.,.
MJUV
I'oh-r o f ( Y h l n d i i v n i u c . d i i ' d
IMIIIIIIIIIIIIIKK. fMur m'li'ii nf Innd; nn rn«'t
"ttrlli nut nvpi four Ilino* ID* valiMI «t
(It; I K i i n i i . l..<l w.-.-n t h e N r \ v V m k
roa Mr.i.
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M i i m l n y oT i n f M t i U t r t n n i h l c ut * 11. ii|-.'
bolwcn Ifvliol'l anil I'nlt'n NIM*. I n .
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TEE BED BAJffc REGISTER
Pane 13
Boar arkk Works.
Anna spent Sunday with relatives at
New York. Anna will celebrate her
Crescent brick works near Eatonj Fitzgerald of FarmlSfdaje, fourth birthday with a party tomor- Jtaactjs* XOOH VroprUtcm OaWaf town is being run at its full capacity
M—AT tor •print awweu.
has been working in the r«l-row afternoon.
and fifteen mon are employed. A
The voHgu«rd of what is expected number of orders have been received
: round houM at Bed Bunk, has a Katherine Holmes i s the acting
treasurer of the .eleventh grade to,to be a big army of summer boarders for brick.
' poaiOon at Freehold.
hew Rue, Jr., of Maple avenue aketh* place of William Ryan, who will arrive here the first of June. Last
the Boyal Arcanum lodge has been absent from school on ac-year the boarding aeason was not up
count of sicknesa.
o the standard, but the boarding
Frank W. Mount of Maple avenue rouse proprietors are hopeful of a
-Jam Qleaon of Herbert street
•pent
Saturday-and
Sunday
with
bis
n c r n n d (torn bU sielcMas nod
batter season this year.
x«*WMd his position in the r«U-brother, Rs*h Mount of ^Orante.
lapta Ktr*.
X n . Lindsay Dunbar of W«* Front
NEW HULLS.8hd24.8x6.24x6.
Fiva polo ponies arrived here Monstreet
spent
yesterday
with
her
Bis, Harold Niaman. musical director
day for use in the games on the
ta Al. Retves'a beauty show, will ter, Mrs. Lafayette Bailey of Keyport grounds of tho polo club. They are Best material and construction.
en Roscos
Roscos of.
of.
Mr, and Mrs. Stephen
•Mad the rammer with his. lather,
Fast models and all ready for
S d with
ith qturUred-m Garrigan's'stablea, specOkatlea B. Nleman of Maple avenue. Hudson avenue' s p e t Sunday
stalls having, been built for them.:engine. Inspection invited. Also
•tt$ show closed it* season at Cleve- friends and relatival t Perth Amboy. ial
Wallace street, •toward Woloott'a Xaw Jo*.
Rev. J. W. B
M a , Ohio, on 8«turday night
several bargainsfa.second band
Howard Wolcott is employed at a
t e r i a h u , at^ ^
Liila Day and Miss Sallle C. pastor of th« P r e s b y i-church,
i
t telegraph operator at New York by Launches and- Row Boats.
at
are attending summer school tended th« Centennial exercises
I'm not a doctor, but a shoe dealer who for 20 years has made a study of the
Princeton seminary Tuesday of last the Western Union company. Last
POULSON,
winter he was railroad telegraph op. John K»arncy and family of
Launch,
Builder,
the
feet
arid their needs. I could cite innumerable cases of men, women and'
Mrs.
B.
Spinning
Is
having
her
erator
at
Jacksonville.
'
Sarewtbary avenae went to Glen
Shad, Pa~ on Wednesday to attend the house on Monmouth street repainted
Fair Haven, N.I.
Oceanport
beat
the
Pecker
baseball
children
who suffered all kinds of misery who now walk in comfort, because they
and fixed up for the season. C, W.. lub of Long Branch by a score of
FritsDressier of Sunset avenue i s MegUl of Red Bank is doinfc the work. 0 to 8 in a game played here on Sontook
my
advice.
;
a new employee in Conover's shirt Mr" Megill is also repainting the day. ' .' •.. '
• Champlin house 'on Unionrtreetand
factory..
. • ,•'•
•
•• '. ' •
Cowles, who is employed Motor Pewcrftoplaces
Some people have broken arches, yet think they have rheumatism.
Miaa Sadie Kelly f f Brooklyn ha» Mrs. Gledhill's house at Eastside Park. at Omberson
New York, Bpent Sunday with bis
P. E. Price of Oakland street was a
b«*n visiting the Misses Jackson of
ft*
None.
father,
A.
L.
Cowles.
Properly
fitted arches and correctly fitted shoes relieve this trouble and give comB a n k street.
•:<.'•
"-•' :••' •• . guest.at the Chalfonte hotel at AtH. Whitney Conrow, postmaster
lantic City. Monday. .
,
Barry_ J. Maxwellr Sr.,
an
actor
JbsMriean
Transfer
Tfe*
fort to the sufferer. A man cajne to my store with shoes all twisted out of shape
Mrs. Lawrence French of New York and storekeeper, has a new horse.
with'Henry Savage's1 production
tspt*M,
4>f "Eyfcrywwnan" has been spending a has been spending a week with her . William Rosen is repainting James
and said that's the way they always go. I looked at his feet and immediately
Powers'!
house
on
Main
street.
M U 3 L A m t a r d T Street,
vacation at Ms hone on Washington mother, Mrs, Joseph S. Patterson of
White avenue. Mrs. Patterson has Pupils of the eighth grade are taka t r e e t
. •: • • • • . , •
'•
BatwMn Atlantic u d Brotd SmtU.
saw an extremely bad case of broken arch. I told him the trouble and told him to
Wesley VanNote, who Is employed been very tick. Dr. R. Browning Wil- ing examinations this. week.
NEWARK, N.'J.
in George Hance Patterson's jrarage, son is in attendance.
Will sell on account of installing
consult his physician to verify my diagnosis which he did. Some time later he
Miss Hazel Faroat. of New York
motor can,
has rented Mrs. Sarah Clay Brown's
»«w Auto Balimrr Crook*
house at the corner of Bank street spent Sunday with, her cousin, Miss
14O
Head
of
Horses
came in expressly to thank me for the great relief the arches had given. He
Fred
H.
VanDom
has
sold
a
Reo
Mabel Smith of Monmouth street •
and Leighten avenue.
and marnf, ago 6a tu 13 yearn old;
The doors of the liberty hose com- automobile truck to William O'Brien.
weight 1,000 to 1,40.0 lbs. Among
Miss Mina Martin of Monmouth
walked and looked different. I have arches tofitany type of broken arch or flat
Mr. VanDora has also sold a Mora
them a few mares In foal, one
street entertained the Baptist Phila- pany's flrehouse have been repaired. auto
mare with colt by her side. A fow
delivery wagon to Hendrickson
The work was done by Craig & Ewing.
thea society last Tuesday night.
extra
good
road
'
horses,
used
by
foot and a machine to adjust them.
Mr. and Mrs. George Truex of Riv- & Applegate; Both trucks were de- oar collectors. Prices 136 to SMO.
. Kev. 8 . G, Lippincott.of Matawan,
20 days' trial allowed; 00 uctaTof
a former pastor of .Grace church, was erside avenue are visiting at Lake- livered last week.
all
kinds
of
harness;
50
cxproq^,
wood.
a visitor fij town last Thursday.
grocery, open and top wagons.
coaches, runabouts,
.Hiss Rachel Osborn, daughter of
Mrs. Frank White of Gold street is In loving" memory of Edith B. Bieealt Broughams,
cheap. A bargain for any one
Ezra Osborn of Bridge avenue, has spending a .few days with her father who
departed this life, Tuesday, May etc,
In need of anything In this line.
Uth, 1811.
been filling Miss Cobalt's place at the at Freehold.
"Until the day breaks and the shadows
Shrewsbury avenue'school, while Miss
Kev. Robert MacKellar, rector of
Cobalt was home on account of sick- Trinity church, spent Tuesday and flee away."
ness.
•
Wednesday of last week attending the
AUCTIONEER.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Demmert have convention of Episcopal churches JACOB O. BKUTM,
given up their suite of roomB at thewhich was held at Mount Holly. The
Globe note! and are now at their restTof the week Mr. MacKellar spent
CORNS.
on a trip up the Hudson.
Binnmer residence at Eecust Point.
Mrs. Eden Ewing of Weststde ave- - Rev. Percy Perinchlef, pastor of the
I have a line of corn relievers for soft and hard corns that does relieve. Also
nue has returned from Spring Lake' First Methodist church, spent yester•hospital, where she underwent several day at his cottage on the Manasauan
something
brand new for callous spots on bottom of feet and a bunion protector
OP
river seeing about having itfixeij,up
operations.
Dr. and Mrs. B. H. Garrisoh of for the summer season.
that
will
relieve
at once and in many cases cure the deformity.
Monmouth street and Mr. and Mrs. Harry C, Badeau, Prof. H. C. TalGeorge D. Cooper of Peters place were mage and Charles and George Henguests at the Chalfonte hotel at At-drickson attended the ceremonies at
CORRECT SHOE. FITTING.
the inauguration of John H. Hibben as
lantic City last week.
..
president
of
Princeton
college
on
Rev. Edgar 'White, who "with his
We know how tofitfeet. We take all kinds of pains to see you are correctly
wife, has Been making a stay, with Saturday.
James Hendrickson of East Front
Sirs. White's father, Burrowes Aeay
fitted with shoes and we have the sizes to do it too.
of Worthley street, left yesterday for street' is confined to the house with
The subscriber having sold her farm will sell at public auction without
the West. He will attend a Methodist sickness.
reserve on the premises known as the .
church conference in Minnesota and ' Mrs. Thomas Dougherty of Westfrom there will go to his home at side avenue gave birth to a daughter
Jjewiston, Montana. Mrs. White will on Monday.
remain with her father till Juno 10th,
•when she will leave for Lewiston. She
Obnrob Neva.
will-he accompanied by Miss Laura
The ladies' soiiety of Trinity church
Birdsall, who will make a stay of sev- will
ON
their regular meeting in the
eral weeks In the West, Joseph Asay choirhold
room of the church tomorrow.
will make his homo with his father.
At the opening of the evening serKev. and Mm White spent part of
nt the Baptist church Sunday
last week with Mrs. White's sister, vice
Mr. Laros will give a fifteen-minute
Mrs. Edward Stilwell of Everett.
AT 10:30 A. M.,
organ recital.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Baack of Ho- Next Wednesday night the annual
the contents of a 16-room dwelling and the Btock and implements on the farm.
boken have moved to Spring street for business
.meeting of the Baptist church
the summer. Mr. Baack is a produce will be held.
Over 1,600 articles will be sold and they will be disposed of absolutely
Reports will be reooived
commission ngent. He formerly lived from the different
officers and organi- without reserve to the highest bidder. The goods to be sold consist of Furniture,
at'Everett, and he and his wife spent zations of the church.
social time Carpets, Bedroom Suites, Kitchen UtenBils, etc., Jersey Cows, Pigs, Chickens,
Saturday there renewing acquain will bo enjoyed at theA
close of theTomato Sets, Mowing Machine, Corn, Hay, Straw, Harness, Potato Planter,
tureen.
meeting ana refreshments will be Plows. Carriages and Wagons, Winnow'a Hotbed Sash, Crates, Baskets, Grape
Mrs. Sarah Smock and Mr. and Mrs. served by the women of the church.
Frank DuBois have moved from Broad
Philathea society of the Bap-Baskets, Carpenter Tools and a great variety of other goods to be sold for the
street to their. Hummer home at Bel- The
church will hold their1 annual ban- account of Mrs. W. H. Hankinson.
mar, where Mr. DuBois is engaged in tist
at the Garrison house Thursday
Terms mad* known on day of sale.
the real estate business. Jesse Minot, quet
night of next week. A humorous
president of the Red Bank Trust com- speaker
has been engaged for tho ocA. SALZ & CO., Keyport.
will
move
in
the
house
vacated
A. SALZ & CO., Keyport.
pany, i
casion.
Rov.
James
W.
Rogan,
pastor
of
the
byWilliam
Mr. DuBoia.
Conover, George Sutton,
church, will preach next
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N. Hance and Presbyterian
night on "Some gods that are
• • ' '$10 DRESSERS AT S6.98
Mr. and Mrs. Kendall returned yester- Sunday
Disappointing."
Sunday the
Solid oak sightly Dressers, made with double tops, four drawers and large
day from an automobile trip to Wash- Presbyterian pulpitLast
was
oceupied-by
ington. They left Red Bnnk on'Fri Rev. James G. Northrup of Perth Ambeveled mirrors, $10 kind
.$6.98
day.
boy. Mr. Rogan had charge of both
Mrs. Mervin Francis of Worthley services of tho Perth Amboy church
street is recovering from sickness at the same Sunday.
Ann May hospital at Spring Lake.
Moses L. Johnson of Wallace street.
XIMTOH PALLS MEWS.
who is connected with the Metropolitan life insurance company, is recovPnpUi T»*» Eiamlnttlon »t Bhrtwitury
ering from sickness.
Sobool on 'Monday.
William Ryan of Bergen place, who
Pupils of the grammar department
is employed in Adlem & Co.'s store,
went to Shrewsbury Monday to take
i s recovering from measles.
Byron Davidson, a student at Penn- examinations. The Pine Brook school
"
sylvania university, is spending a few closed for the. season last week.
days with his father, M. M. Davidson
James and John Dean have each
of Leroy place.
bought a New England bicycle. They
- Dr. O. C. Bogardus of Keyport, use tho wheels to ride back and forth
SPECIALS:
We place on sale SATURDAY at 9 A. M. a large lot of
Charles Ross of New Brunswick and to Lakewood, where they are emSir. Schleimer of Elizabeth were at ployed.
Floor Oil Cloths in 6-4 and 8-4 widths secured by us at
Armour Sugar Cured Hams, 1 5 ^ c
Bed Bank Thursday trying to make
Miss Cora Bennett and Miss Jessie
the Peremptory Sale of Messrs. Alden Sampson & Sons.
votes for Dr. Bogardus, who is a can- Pownall of New York spent Sunday
Armour Sugar Cured Shoulders,
didate for delegate to the Democratic at Miss Bennett's home here.
They
are the best make, in perfect condition, choice
national covention at Baltimore.
Raymond Voorhces on Saturday atHarry VanNote of Spring street la tended a meeting of the Monmouth
patterns and "Bargains of Once in a Lifetime."
a new member of Red Bank cavalry county teachers' association at the
Fresh Shoulders
13c Fresh Hams
Matawan high school.
troop.
25c FLOOR OIL CLOTHS
Paul Walsh has given up his post
Hiss Charlotte Edwards of East
Lean
Pot
Roast
14c
Loins of Pork
17c
Front street has been visiting one of tlon on the Munro place at MiddleAt 15c
her girl friends at Smith college at town and is working for Capt. Charles
Good Floor Oil Cloths, choice patterns. Sampson's regular 25c grade, per
P. Irwin.
Northampton, Massachusetts.
Breast of Veal..
14c Ribs of Beef
18c
Bquare yard
15c
Louis J. Tetley and George Daly
AI. Dennis is training three'horses
went on a motorcycle trip to Staten for the races at Freehold on DecoraPure Lard..
15c Bacon..
20c
38c FLOOR OIL CLOTHS
Island on Sunday. They covered tion day.
about 100 miles.
William Anderson has .rented 25
Salt Pork
16c Legs of L a m b . . .
22c
At 25c
Joseph Raymond of Mechanic street acres of Frank Schultz's farm and
attended a meeting of the Sons of will plant the land in corn. Tho reGood weight dFloor Oil Cloths, large range of patterns, Sampson's 38c grade,
. Howell at Farmingdale on Saturday. maining 15 acres will be farmed by
per square yard
25e
Mr. Raymond is engaged in the har- Mr. Schultr.
ness repairing business, and this is
Marjorle Cosier, daughter of WI1
50c
FLOOR
OIL
CLOTHS
the first time since he started his en- Ham Castor, is sick with chills and
terprise twenty years ago that he has fever.
At 35c
absented himself from business to en- John Covert will buy a motor cycle.
Extra heavy Sampson's No. 1 beat quality Floor Oil Clothe, wide rango of
joy an outing.
handsomo patterns, regular standard GOc grade, per square yard
35c
Paul Walsh, son of James Walsh of
•Tinton Falls, has quit his iob on the
Mrn. Robert h. Lee of Plainfleld
Munro place in Middlctown township,
and la working for Capt. Charles P. has announced tho engagement of hor
$25 RUGS, EXTRA SPECIAL AT $14.98
daughter, Mary M. CumberBon, form
Irwin of R«d Bank.
orly
of
Rod
Bank,
to
Arthur
L.
War
AH
wool Brussel "SenmlcBa" ItugB, nizo 10 ft. 0x13 ft. 6 liundM. H. Keeler and Mils Nlta V,
(Oppt^ite the Fountain.)
RED BANK, N. J.
somo patterns, Alex. Smith & Son's very best make $ZB grade,
VanZant of Mount Holly have been rick of Bangor, Pa,
visiting Rev. and Mrs. Percy Perlnextra special
$14.98
EHroad and F r o n t Streets.
chief of Monmouth street.
Dog *ol«on«a.
Prof. H. K. Allstrom or Broad street
An Alrednlo dog belonging to W. W
haa resigned as organist of tho Ilnp Vaughn
Telephone 30G-L.
of Broad street was poisoned
tict church after holding that poaltlon this morning.
twelvo years. Tho musical service
8unday was In charge of H. A. Laros
tile new organlnt.
R. Leslie Austin, a student at tho
University of Pennsylvania, "pent ftnrt
of last week with hla motlior, Mrs
Robert Austin of Bergcn plncc.
Joseph T. Gordon or Wiivorly placo
hai accepted n ponltion an truffle inspector for the Boston and Mulno
Monmouth Street, Red Bank
railroad. Hla dutlon will keep him at
Boston most of tho time.
Mr. and Mrs. Kuasoll Tilton and
MATINEE DAILY
their two chlldran of Now York spent
Sunday with Mr. Tilton's father, Ed
ward Tlllon of Wavorly place.
The Mlinirn Phelan, who hnvo l)o«n
ONLY THREE DAYS, BEGINNING
boarding at Mrs. Rudolph Malchow'a
on I^roy place, havn moved In their
own homo on Waverly place.
tini'tliird (if tin1 nnuutnt ot contract
PROPOSALS.
James II. llurnnlilo of DoForreat
Srillrd |irn|HiHlili! will lir li'i'rlvt'd liy Hum Im furnlnhid liy tha nucoemiful
A f TEJlfcNOON A N D IBVEZNINa
avtmia I* out after having boon ronfln*d to tho houM with pimiro-pneuHi.' IMM.I.I i.r I'lhinilliiM -if (tin Km hhtili'r,
Tim li'iinli'iii ii'iii'rvo Ilii' 11 nil I to
monla. Mr, Ilurnalde la n paints'.
AGNES NOLL, Prima-Donna Soprano
liiwiinllip lit till' olllro nf II, A, VmitlK
Mr. and Mr*. Guy VnnWMner, 0
The Oceanic biidR*1 will bo I I H ' I I U K I , K<\Y|">I1, N. .1., mi Mimiluy ii'Ji'ct iiny or nil tiidx.
AND
<*
Kdfclrt Oovli, Jr., Mr. Jiniinl urn!
May liVlli, 11H:!, nt 7:lilt o'.'|..,'k V. M. I'lniiH mid n|ii'i'iflcnlliin« rnn b« «o«n
William COWUM I,nwr»nce took n
clown], Sunday, May .2.r>t.h, fur
JOHN CARDO, Tenor
tin' nlt'iuu liriil inir, vmitlliilluti nl tlni "111'•« <<f I I . A. VounK, or can b«
motorfyclo trip to N«w Bninawlek
"
Ilia and T ran ton on Sunday.
liltiiillilnir wuili, (run pIpliiK mid «'l<'«'- Imil upon r<«i'l|it vt |n.00, which will
for
rqmirfl.
Doth
m
F>r|nelp«U«
of
«
W«U
Known
Op«»
*red lilt Bilk*.
trie wirini; for tin* new putiHi? ndum) lui I»r«m(t<<l on r i t r n n of plan* In
and Janun Morford ol
.1. M. CORUKS, IIIIIIIIIIIK nt KI'MMIIIIIIIK, N. .1. I'm tf'lml rolldilldll,
"John <!«r<W» 1'fHtr U ln(i«ntfi<wnt, «l*»r • • n b«ll Hi wttatavwr >•!>(• It la luly, cMnrhai In lh« store of 8,
IIDIIIIARl) MOIiniH,
Jiwlxl. «rrjrl««• ••!•».•(•mind,f.t.w.rtl».- <fW™ I * . IWMan.1, M...Krpnu )
. was, havt a new autorooDirector. pnnnln m»y l><< niiliinlttrit ni'|iiiriiti<ly
" AfpM Null W M ImabUtiH miaMtnf • okm^kl nt—, wwvUrful efcwn of
tyteek It out far a trial spin
I titr Iliu viiiloiiM tllvUh/hH nf Uio work.
PEOPLE WITH FOOT TROUBLES
Motor Boats
For Sale.
Please Read This
Advertisement.
It May Be The
Means Of Giving
You Relief.
AUCTION SALE
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
Farm Stock and Implements.
RAVINE FARM,
NEAR M A T A W A N , N. J.,
CLARENCE WHITE,
Friday, May 17th,
9 BROAD STREET,
RED BANK.
.
Big Money Savers
Extra specials for Friday and Saturday
of this week. For choice cuts of Prime Beef,
Veal, Pork, Lamb, Poultry and Provisions.
Try us and you will get the best at prices that
are right.
IMPORTANT SALE OF
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS
Bargains of Once in a Lifetime"
THESE PRICES ARE FOR CASH ONLY.
KRffiEL & CO.,
EMPIRE THEATER
Thursday, May ie
M M u r , « I W N «*4 bMnlir." fnm ilu I f m , dm,, ttotl*)
NOTICE.
AtU'Ht:
C. E. CMMJH. Clerk.
''
Miicli |>IU|MIRIII to Rtntu illnlliu'tly whnt
Tho reiil bargains art advtriiswi III ',.
lit Irii'liidod lii Ilia imtliiiitto, llondt fur Tut ll*ai»!Ut,~-A<li,
•-,
i a,. .,£•
THE BED BANK REGI8TBB
Pace 14
The Greatest Delivery CarProposition on the Face oftheGlobe
. OVERLAND, MODEL 59 Delivery Special
Mr. Merchant and Business Man, don't for one
moment think of purchasing a car of this character
until you learn about the OVERLAND. These"are the .
Cars that meet all requirements, they bring the delivery cost down to a minimum.
*, .„
P R I C E ©1,OOO
SPECIFICATIONS:
Wheel Base—100 inches.'
Tread—56 inehea.
,
Body—Two-passenger, 800-lb, capacity.
Motor—4x4%.
'
• Horse-power-^80.
Transmission—Selective, threa apeeda
and reverse, "F, & S." ball bearings.
Clutch—Cone.
Ignition—Dual, Splitdorf
magneto
and batteries.
Brakes—On rear wheels, 2 inches
wide, 10-inch drums, internal ex
These delivery cars ^carry bodies of ample |
dimensions, handsomely finished—has a carrying capa- %V
ik.
city of 800 pounds, two large doors in rear extending
full weight.
qontvuctrnp.
' p pending,
e n d i n g , external
external contracting
!
Springs—1%'
Inches vwide, semi-ellip" '
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tic front, three-quarter elliptic rear.
Steering Gear—Worm and worm gear
adjustable, 18-Inch wheel.
Front Axlo—Drop forged I-section.
Rear Axle—Semi-floating.
Wheels—Artillery wood, 12 1%-lnch
spokes, 12 bolts each Vheel. .
Tires—33x4-ihch, quick detachable*
Frame—Pressed aticl.
Equipment—Three oil lamps. •
Tools—Complete Bet.
This Model is also made with a trifle shorter body at $900
LET US DEMON5TRAT
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SEA BRIGHT, N. J.
Telephone 90.
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BRISBANE'S PEACH ORCHARDS PROMISE TO YIELD
A BIG CROP.
He Has 5,000 Trees Planted and Last Week when the Orchards
were in Full Bloom they Presented a Beautiful Sight—Knights
of Golden Eagle to Attend Church Sunday Night-Walter H.
i Grove Runs a Nail in His Foot.
Thomas Macauley, manager of Ar- with a Chicago concern, was the guest
thur Brisbane's fruit farm, estimates of Mr. and Mrs. Max. Lamont on
from present appearances that the Woodfern farm last week.
Charles C. Brower, who recently
peach crop on Brisbane's place will be
worth $10,000. There are over 5,000 sold Our House tavern at Ardenn, has
trees in the orchards and two weeks moved from the latter place and is
ago the sight was one of rare beauty now associated with his brother,
when the trees were in full bloom. George P. Brower, at the Brower
The most advantageous point of view house.
was from the high hill in the rear of
Oliver B. Farry, who has been conthe new preventorium buildings where fined to his home suffering from rheua bird's-eye view of fifty acres of matism during the past two months, is
peach trees all in full bloom was to be slowly improving. He is now able to
had. Every tree resembled a huge be about and can walk a short disboquet and the general effect from a tance.
distance was a vast acreage of pink
Mrs. Lucina Cottrell, who spent the
without a single blank space. Earlier winter with her daughters at Lakein the season indications seemed un- wood and Asbury Park, hns returned
favorable and the general belief is and will occupy her house at West
that peach buds were practically Farms during the summer.
all killed by the extremely cold
Schenck Bordon, who was stricken
weather during the winter which with paralysis several weeks ago and
followed a mild period earlier in the whose condition has been serious, is
season when the peach buds on many improved in health. He is able to sit
varieties of trees swelled. Examina- up a portion of the day.
tion of the buds of many kinds of
Mrs. Elizabeth Conover, who has
peaches several weeks ago developed been spending some time with her
the fact that a very large percentage daughter, Mrs. Harry Hulshart, is
of them had been winter killed and now visiting her son Horace, who
some kinds showed ninety per cent or lives near I.akcwood.
more of dead buds. On the Brisbane
Henry Waterman, who bought land
farms, however, the varieties which at West Farms several months ago,
now promise an enormous crop seem has just completed a large house on
much hardier in bud. They are thethe property and he moved into his
Belle of Georgia and the Elberta. It new home last week.
is too soon to predict that a full crop Mrs. George W. Allen of West
will follow the wonderful show of Farms has returned home after spendbloom, as the buds which are blasted ing a month with her daughters, Mrs.
will open as well as those which still Alfred Ferrnndo nnd Mrs. Frederick
retain their vitality, but immediately Dobsofi of Brooklyn.
after the blossoming period the buds
Miss Eva Enimons, who has been
that were injured by frost or cold spending
months with friends
weather drop from the trees. It isat New several
York, returned last Friday
definitely known that many old stand- and is now
occupying
her home on
ard kinds of peaches had their buds Main street.
all killed during the past winter.
Dr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Williams
and family of Red Bunk visited Dr.
Iiodere to Attend Clmrcli.
William's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. John
Next Sunday night Windsor Castle, II. Williams last Saturday and SunKnights of the Golden Eagle, will nl- day.
tund the Methodist church to hour a
Alanson Allen of West Farms
sermon by Uov. Martin I.. Ken-is of moved this week to the farm owned by
Asbury Pink. Rev. Ferris is a past William Cottroll on the road leading:
Ki-and chief of the order and enjoys from West Farms to Georgia School- j
the distinction1 of having visited every house.
lodtfo in tin sttito during his leient
Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Marks of i
Now IlrunKwiuk spent-Saturday and
incumbency us (inind chief.
Sunday
with Mrs. Marks's parents, j
Stepped on a Nail.
Walter II. Grove injured his font Mr. ami Mrs. William T. Applegate.
William 11. VnnNote spent Sunday
Imilly last week. He was dim-ting
.some workmen wlm were making im- nnd Monday at Brooklyn with his wife
and
daughter who are visiting Mr.
provements in t h e interim- of his store nml Mrs.
Frederick VnnNote.
when he slc|iped on a nail which peneMr. and Mrs. Earle Farry of Astrated his shoe anil entered his foot, niry
Park
and Ellis Fairy of Bradley
making a liml wound. He wim Imicly HiMii'h spent Kiimluy with Mr. and
able, to travel f o r several days. The Mrs. l.evi W. Farry.
wiiunil is now healing nicely Imt he Miss Cura Iliilse and Miss Susan
is yet quite lame,
Ilulse nf Marlboro were recent visitAiirll Honor Roll.
ors at the hiime of Mr. and Mrs.
Tin- following iiupilM of the public Cliarle.1: A. Conk.
w-bool were present every day during
Miss Kosc Weinberg *'f Newark is
tin- month of A p r i l :
upending a long vaca^on at the home
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IMK Conover.
Donalil Williams, who hn.'; a situaiii at Asluiry Park, spent. Sunday
with his |>ui'eiiti<, Dr. and Mrs. Ccm-gc
S. Williams.
Mm. Klizubi'lh Cottrell, who Tins
linen slii'iHliiiic u week with her nluU'r,
Mrs. rlslelle of Lakewooii, hu.'i rellllllt'il llnme.
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M viiiilinir her puieiilK, Mr. nml Mi i.
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runt.- Nu. I.
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BICYCLES
MOTORCYCLES
If you are in the market for a new or second-hand bicycle or motorcycle, it will pay you to visit my store on"
Mechanic street.
I am giving a strong argument in these lines. After due consideration and careful looking over the ground
I tell you honestly and back it up by the quality of my goods, that you can get either a bicycle or motorcycle from
me at a better price thanyou ca$ elsewhere and a better guarantee goes with it than any dealer or factory has ever
offered you.
,
I carry a large stock for your selection. All guaranteed goodsr
When you stop and consider that my place of business is just off of Broad street and that I am not paying an
enormous amount for rent, light, help, etc., like the fellows in the higher price districts, you readily see that a
benefit is in store for you. It means dollars to you by buying from me, either for cash or instalments, the celebrated PIERCE, ARROW, CRAWFORD, QUEEN CITY, EXCELSIOR, DART, READING, CROWN or CYRUS
Bicycles or the Silent, Strong and Beautiful INDIAN motocycle.
The INDIAN motocycle is used by almost all the police, firemen and rural delivery men throughout the country.
7 H. P. lndianI$250.
4 H. P. Indian $200.
4 H. P.Belt Drive Indian $175. X
2 3 4 H. P. Indian $150.
Belt Drive, Single Cylinder, 4 Horse
Power, $175.
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Chain Drive, Single Cylinder, 4 Horse
Power, $200.
I might mention here that THE RED BANK REGISTER 7 H. P. Indian motocycle bought'this spring has
covered over 1,000 miles, through all kinds of weather, without any re-adjustment. All models now exhibited
on my floor for your inspection. Come in and give me a call.
Look up my prices, goods, etc., before buying elsewhere and you will find my place one of reliability and a
place where you get a dollars' worth for your dollar.
MOTORCYCLE AND BICYCLE REPAIRING.
LOU TETLEY,
•4 Mechanic Street, Near Salz's,
Red Bank, N. JF.
Near Enough to Broad Street for Convenience, Far Enough Away for Economy.
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Onk (ili'M (<> l-'nlr Ihivi'ii.
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with fiirinlii nt KiiH'linlil.
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liln plnci' nf tunployiiii'iil,
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wurii riTi>iil vlnltdtn lit Atlntitlc City.
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hint HntiiKluy,
JIHIKL' l''nal«r laiit Tliurixlny i( run (oil *Ut<i«n-|mKe ciiuntry weekly In tfca
DHVIII (Viiuivnr, who N|ivnt tin1 wln- rpimwnln of HcMinoit l» Jsmn [„ Wor- Unllcil Htaica Umt print! over BMV
<n In (jilirmiiiii, intuincil K"»l lint ilimof Itcil llntik and Krnniito Tnumlril, coplnii p«r IHU«, A amiill adrtruwk
wliijlnntilo, at 1)0112 llrdiicli. The «p- ment In thn want column* of TBS
lilli'Hlltiri of Jnhn Tlolilt for n ronowal KiHiinTHi will nurely d«monatr«t« tk«
nrc lulvnrllnnl In of hl« whol««»l* llcenmt »t I/)tig p«|)»r'a voluo m an advntlalng ma»
Tlit ii'iiI
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THE RED'BAXK REGISTER
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N£WAfiK"S STORE BEAUTIFUL
BftOAD. NEW',** HAUEY
(ttfUL
STREETS
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" W6 Give and Redeem Surety Coupons;"
Thing's For Cottages.
Summer Draperies
( " The usual splendid display, of Summertime Draperies is delighting oiir visitors.
;:''• Here you will find everything from the
Simplest littl* muslin ruffled curtains to the
::ihost exquisite cross stripe curtains, and an
immense variety of beautiful draperies by the
yard.
.
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; Charming Cretonnes, both, foreign ' and
domestic—here in wonderful variety, at little
prices.
Cheap' Pianos
Folks who equip Summer homes do not like
to take their good pianos with them. For
these we have two or three makes of popularpriced pianos that will prove highly satisfactory in both tonal qualities and the service!
which may be bought on easy terms.
We also are constantly taking in exchange
pianos that have been-used, and these we
#ell very cheaply, also on easy terms.
•-.;'• We also rent pianos*- some folks would
rather rent than buy for Summer use.
Summer Furniture
. We are showing the usual. large collection
of Summer Furniture for cottagesanilbungalows, and for city homes,- specially laYge lines
of porch and lawn furniture.
Rockers-rfor as little , as 75c—and substantial ones, too.
Beautiful Reed Furniture, splendidly upholstered in cretonnes and other beautiful
fabrics-a feature of our Summer Furniture
display.
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Victrolas.
The Victrola has come to occupy a conspicuous place in the lives of Summer vacationists. It plays a big part in entertaining
the family and the family's friends.
. One can have opera or ragtime as they
wish and whenever they wish it.
We.sell all sorts of Victor-Victrolas on
easy terms.
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HAHNE & CO.,
Broad, New ami Halsey Streets,
NEWARK, N. J:
DR. 0. C. B0GAR9US.
, * Dr. O. C. Bogardus, candidate for
delegate to National Democratic Convention. Through his efforts the corporations of this state-.have paid over a
million and a half of dollars into the
public school fund.
MHIIllHMIHm>MHH>»HHMIIU»>MHI>H»mtl(mtMt
DRAINAGE DISPUTE ENDED
WATER WITCH DRAINAGE MUST BE DIVERTED
FROM HIGHLANDS BOROUGH.
ecoration day and to be kept up the
ntirc season. The bojird will prob)ly install public drinking places
roughout the Highlands this summer
'here slot-machines will be set up and
idividual drinking cups will be supplied by these machines at one cent
ach.
:er1c to Reive Index Book.
Change Must Be Made Within Six Months at a Cost Not Exceeding $4,000—Residents of Navesink Avenue at Highlands Present
Petition at Council Meeting Asking for Sidewalks and Curbing
-Marshal John C. Parker Laid Off.
The final decision in tho Water Hunter, a renident of the hill section,
Witch drainage suit "was given in was appointed special marshal without
fuvor of Highlands Monday and pay nt the request of several property
was read at the council meeting owners on the hill. Mr. Hunter conMonday night.
It was filed- ot ducts a pool room near the Eastview
Trenton yesterday. The chancellor hotel.. .
decided that :thc system of. drain- Voile*' tihlof Vtnt'Dad Catcher.
age
from Wntov Witch hill to
the borough of Highlands nuiHt be Jesse Lawrence, Jr., chief of police,
changed within six pionths and that was appointed Monday night as chief
the cost must not exceed $4,000. Each dog catcher for the Highlands. Tho
of the six parties in the suit will pay chief reported that he had tried to get
one-sixth of the coat. The work ia to a resident of Highlands to take the
bo dono according to plans drawn by job of official dog catcher but was unJ. Wesley Seamon, civil engineer of able to get anyone to do the work.
Long Branch. The Central railroad Mr. Lawrence will be dog catcher in.
will begin running the Sandy Hook name only, as he is to hire an assistboats within a" short time and the rail- ant who is to do the work. Mr. Lawroad, company requested that no rence will be held responsible for the
change be made until after the sum- work of his assistant. About 200 dogs
mer schedule of train service had becn- are lit large and the commissioner!)
cancelled.
The railroad company notified the dog catcher thnt these
agreed to make temporary chances at dogs must be impounded at once.
A. T.'Derby, engineer at the water
once and that tho permanent change
could be made next fall after the plant, presented a list of articles
heavy summer traflic is over. Theneeded at once for the betterment of
railroad company does not want any the plant and he was instructed to get
tearing up of its tracks in the vicinity them.
of Highlands during the summer Hoard of Trade Attend! Meeting.
schedule. When the proposed changes
About thirty members of the board
are completed
mpleted the question of drainage of trade, which was re-organized a
Tunis H. Lane, the borough clerk,
as instructed to buy an index book
or- filing reference papers. This inlex book was suggested by C. Mell
ohnson, who objected to delays at the
meeting cauEed by the improper filing
if borough papers.
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ALTERNATES
John Manion of Ocean
and Charles S. Farrell
of Middlesex.
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HAVEN NEWS.
l Wind of Monday Night Damages
Boveral Dock! Heio.
The heavy windstorm of Monday
ight, played-havoc with the docks
long the shore and 'many of them
rero torn from their moorings. The
mes that were most damaged were
hose on the Barns, Hodgeman and
leaddenberg places. A good many of
hem have just recently been put up.
lemodellner Atlnntlo Hotel.
Abo Bennett,' proprietor of the Atnntic hotel on Pearl street, is having
;he hotel extensively improved. The
nterior of the hotel is being thoroughly overhauled and all of the rooms
lire being painted and papered. 'A
tnrge room on the north side, which
ivas formerly used as ,a store room,
las been converted into a large dining
oom, and the family entrance room
m tho sume side has been made into
, reception room. A novel attraction
n the reception room is the achitectual
:tfects, they representing an old time
German villa. The work is being done
by Joseph Doughty, a former New
York contractor.
Paid foriby the Third Congressional District
Democratic Committee.
GEORGE W. YOUNG.
Mr. George W. Young, who is a candidate at large upon the Democratic
primary ticket, was born in Jersey City, N. J., July. 1, 180-1. He was one of
a family of ten children, tind is of Irish descent. His father, Peter Young,
wns employed for a great number of years in Colgate's soap factory, Jersey
City.
jMv. YOUIIR" received his early education in tho public .[:L-hools of Jersey
City,'leaving the hiph school of that city at the age of 111 to enter the law
office of Lansing and Augustus Zabriskie, as an office boy.
During his vacations while at school he worked in the Colgate factories
at $H per week. Upon his leaving the high school he attended the night
".school at Cooper Union, being desirous of obtaining a Rood education, but
which had to be accomplished by his own efforts.
When sixteen years of age he obtained a position in the Hudson County
National Bank, of which the late Augustus A. Hardenbergh was .President,
At the age of seventeen he entered the competitive examinations for
5 Cadetship at West Point, in which he was successful, but was unable to
enjoy the results of his efforts because of the death of his father, and he
did not attend the Military Academy.
At the ape of eighteen years he was receiving teller of the Hudson County
National. Bank; nnd at the age of twenty-three he became associated with thelate Edward F. C. Young as Secretary and Treasurer of the New Jersey Title .
Guarantee and Trust Company.
At the ype of twenty-eight he was chosen as the Vice President and
Treasurer of the United Stales Mortgage and Trust Company of New York,
and a year later was elected President of the company. He retained that
nosition for twelve years when he resigned and established a private banking
business at 59 Cedar street, New York..
Mr. Young has always retained his residence in New Jersey, and for
a number of years has resided near Oakhurst, Ocean Township, Monmouth
County, where he has a farm of six hundred acres.
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He has always been a Democrat, and while- not an office holder, has
always been interested in the success of his party, nnd h.~r, been a liberal
contributor of both his time and means toward its slices:-.
He is a progressive and successful business man, and anyone voting for
him as a dclcgatc-at-large, can rest assured that he will do what is best for
his party.
PROPOSALS.
For removal of garbage, etc., borugh of Highlands.
The council of the borough of Hitfhands will receive and open bids for
removing garbage and refuse from
twellinprs and hotel property in paid
iorough according to specifications on
le in the clerk's office, bn Monday,
day 27th, 1912, at 8:SO P. M.
Right i.s reserved In reject any bid.
By order of council,
T. H. LANE,
Borough Clerk.
May hi, 1012.
Notice of Primary Election.
Notice is liiM'cby siv* n tlint a primary
from Water Witch to the bay will bo short time ago, appeared in a body at Goodipan Wins' Affula.
•lection will be held hi the borough of
practically settled. This matter has the council meeting. B. A. G. InteU s u i i . in tli<> nunity of Moiunuuth.
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t!u- twt'nty-elifliUi day ut
mann, president of the board, ad
Jack Goodman, the idol of New n Tui'Stbiy,
been in dispute several year.- .
A. IX, nne th«Mis;nnl nlno huiidii-il
dressed the commissioners in behalf fork's West Side, won another bnttl. Any,
Navealnk Avenue XmprovonieutB.
.ml iweUv. 1ln'twci-u ihi? hours of <mc
of
the
board
of
trade.
He
spoke
of
nst
Thursday
night
at
New
York
by
'clock
In
tin
attc] nnun and nlnr iifhu-k
E. A. G. Intemann, representing
n I lie evening, for Uni inirjiost' «f MavhiK
twelve property owners orj Nijvqsink the proposed work of the board and iecisively outpointing Young Ahearn he votoi-H a t such urimary election inilluvenuc, presented a petition at the assured tho commissioners that tho n a fast ten-round bout. This was
l their ptviVreiiTe iimung iln- CHIKIImeeting of the council requesting board of trade meant business. The oodman's. third victory over Ahenrn. lati'H for Prewlrtein of t:iu United Stuti-P
,iul
for tlu; purpusr ul' Heeling th*legiilen
board
of
trade
want
to
meet'once
a
As
Goodman
does
most
of
his
training
that sidewalks and curb bo laid on
in (I ul termites to I hi- nation a 1 c-onvrnNnvesink avenue from the north side month in the borough hall and Mr. here a number of people were inter- IDIIK of tlir Dcni'K ratii* and Kcpulillcan
This is the arm behind the
Intvinunn
made
application
for
the
sted in the outcome.
lurtles.
of the government road to Miller
Hutrt primary cUi:tl«>n will ho held hi
street. The petition calls for a con- use of the council room for this pur- Olirlillan Endeavor Social.
Infollowing
pluctn:
The council
is
rented to
crete or flagstone walk and the curbs pose.
r~," • ,7~~Z
— ; — hall
•.
r,.""';—»™
The' Christian Endeavor society of
In (llHtikt No. 1 In K»r<] boron^li. nl
can be either concrete or stone. A ; l»"8« s t h « t •>><*' semi-monthly for $30 he Methodist church held u social and )eeank: lire company'^ house on Main
a
r
Ml
REPAIRING OF
public hearing will bo given this pet!-1 yo» - Intemann stated that as iternry entertainment in their meet- itr«Gl.
In dlfftrlct N'u. '2 In sultl boroiiffh, nl
lion at the next meeting of the council. lie. board of trade was to meet but ng room last night. A well enjoyed lumpnn
Auto
Tires,
Tubes, Bicycle
(Ire
compiuiy's
liouso
on
L't-nter
This petition is in tho place of one that nee a month he thought that they jrogrnm was given by the committee it iff I.
Tires,
Rubber
Boots
should
be
permitted
to
use
the
rooms
HANIKL A. NAUOHTON,
was presented to the council several
n charge. The room was prettily decB I
k
weeks ago. Tho original pptition was for $15 per year and that they would jrated for the occasion with lilacs nnd
and
Rubber
Sundries.
recalled as It omitted the improvement bo willing to pay additional for the wild Mowers.
use of the rooms for special meetings.
Telephone 210 Rctl Dank.
of curbs on thnt street.
Throckmorton Street
Martin Gerhrach thought that as the
Tho Senior nnd Junior branches of
lUrahtf Kail Off.
board of trade was organized for the the*• Christian Endeavor society will
John C. Parker, who has beon spec- benefit of tho Highlands and that each hold a union meeting at the church
ial marshal und who was to go on duty member of tho board was a taxpayer Friday night. The topic will be "Why
Expert Maker of
an a paid marshal this summer, has and voter thnt they should be given and How to Plenao Christ." MISB
been laid off. He will bo notified to the use of tho borough hall without Mabel Davis will be the leader of the
Fine English Riding Saddles,
appear before the council at its next charge. C. Mell Johnson, who \i agent meeting.
Snmucl Schleimcr, who i« the runniiiK '""'i 1 at Dr. O. C. BoRarduH, remeeting to answer to charges pre- of the hall, seriously objected inasMr. and Mrs, Rolnnd Fcnnlmoro
Bridles, Etc.
sides in N e w Ilrunswick, Middlesex County, and i s u luwycr, with onicos i n
ferred against him for violating tho much ax churches, which lie claimed spent part of last week at New York
Elizuhcth, N e w Jorpcy, whosu pructici! extends throughout the Stllto.
board of health ordinances. Mr. Par- did good work at the Highlands, were where they attended the funeral oj
Saddle Fitting and Repairing
ker turned over his badgo to tho chief obliged to pay for the use of the h«l Mrs. Fcnnlmoro's brother.
Mr Sohlcimcr Kiaduatcd from the I.nw School of thn N e w York U n i a
Specialty.
of police a few days ngo nnd i t is ex- and he thought that other organl
vnrsity in tho c l a s s of 180-1, and him hy hard work and unusual BUIXCBS,
Mr, nnd Mrs. Joseph Mack, who nio
pected that he will hand in a written zntlonn should be treated in tho same professionally known ns Keegan nnd
built up a very large practice.
4 8 Broad Street,
way, Tho matter will come up at the Mack, arrived nt their home hero Mon
resignation at tha next meeting.
One o f the recent cases in which Mr. Kchloinu'r proved h i s knowlidffo
next meeting of tho council for flna
Oete Slotnee for Auditorium.
and lc«al K encrulahip, WUH the ncquittnl of William H a i t m u n of LakchurHt.
y
for
tho
summer,
RED BANK, N. J.
Harry A. Sculthorpc, owner of the consideration. The hoard of trade linn
Occnn County, w h o wa.s the engineer of the I.akewmid exprevH thnt killed
flto
Indicn'
eewing
circle
of
tho
and Fair Haven, N. J.
Highlands auditorium, was granted n Itn custody a water wagon which Methodist church will hold its regular'
three people nt the Kluaheth Avenue ntntinii, Kli/.nheth, on banter S u n d a y
a license Monday night for his thenter WUH bought by the old board of trade meeting at Mm. John School's nex
nlKht, 11)11. Mr. Schleinicr, HH counn'l for the Itrothcrhood of IxxomoUvn
four
years
ago
at
n
cost
of
$l)H0.
for tho coming sennon. Tho license foe
Thursday
afternoon.
KiiKincui-H, defended Mr. llurtman, and su.i-peded, after a t n n l lnnUriB from
Saddlei Bought, Sold and Exchanged,
The old board of trade has some nut
in | 2 5 ,
Mrs.
John
Whelan,
who
has
been
Monday morniiiK, Deceinlicr 1H, 11111, iinl.il Friday evening, Derembcr U, l U U ,
standing financial obligations und in
Real
Estate,
Insurance
Polo
Saddlei.
in (il)tnininK a verdict ot not guilty, within nix minute* after t h 0 Jury r-Ured.
• t m l Bids Awarded.
order to pay these bills tho now board npcndlng several duyn with relative
hero,
roturned
to
hoc
homu
nt
Knhway
Hy hin conducl of thin a w e , Mr. Kchleimer endeared himself t o every rarnn
Side Saddle! Made la Order
Bld» for doing Htroot work from desires to soil this wagon. Mr. Inte- Saturday.
and
Loans.
diiployed
hy tho railroad, and other corporations; us by r»f«ri>nc» t o U«a
May 15th to September 15th were re- mann offered to sell thn wagon MOD
$7Bto$UO.
Frank Spitz left hero ye«tor
I'YImiiuy, 1!»1,1!, number of the "locomotive KiiKlneein Jnur/Vnl In fully
ceived and opened hy tho council Mon- day night to the borough. The boar dayMm.
FARMS
FOR
SALE.
for n two wcekH' vacation In the
piuven.
lnclu«l»e of Bait Filling!.
day night. The aptclflcatlons call for of trade has an offer of $150 for the Calnklll
mountains in New York state
Mr. Schleinicr linn appeared in nnd won a great many importnnt n v l l a n d
ono tenm and • man driver to work wagon and the commlnulonoro ware
COTTAGES FOR RENT. criminal
r'n-.il
Ryd«r,
H
wull
known
muiubv
eiiKe!i in Ihc cnurl". of our Slate.
given
(lint
refunnl,
The
water
wngon
dully, and weather permitting the man
Hi-, M-initnlimi an an orator rili-mln far beyond the IHIIIIITN of hln own
Both Furnished and Unfurnished
imint put in nine hourn ench dny with matter will nlno he considered ot th< of the thontricnl profeimlnn, in upend
Ing
n
vacation
with
hln.fnmlW
ln-ri'.
M a l e , ami in every riiinpnlrn, I"" W>VIITJI IIM a l)c-mooiatic npeakor »ro In
the exception of Sundays. This rant- next meeting of the council. Othe
Krni'fll Otto him finished bin theatriIn the intercut of the bonrd o
demand.
tor came up before thn council at its p k
• EVERETT, N. J.
Money to Loan in Varioua Sums, g r e a tWhile
hint meeting at which tlino bld» trutlo wer* Gremlin V. Johnson and cal wsanon and hn arrived at his borne
never having held or M.IIKIII public o l l l c , he bun iilwuyM rcfunid
wore oponcd. Now lililn wme imkod Addition Itomuln. Mayor Hold iinld huro IIIHI week fur thn summer.
Junt
received
a
frenh
lot
of
cukon
nl
to permit hia name to be considered l.y hi" party, either f,,r mi elwtivn of
Mr. and Mm. William Manon un<
for on the ground" thnt neither he was Bind to »oo such ii'lmge guthur
W.
A.
HOPPING,
appointive
iionilioa,
beciuiM' of Ibe demand,-! upon bin limn by bin IORUI w»rfc.
Ti
,
10
und
I
V
!
ri'iiU
u
pound;
ull
viniof tho provloun hiddom upcclflcd an to Ing of pnthunlnntlc rmidentii and tin their non Jack will nrrlvn here nom
lie ban nlwayn I n found working, npcnkiiig and voting for tho Uiwiorrytlo
nit. Kino Mnrnonibo coffee 2H centii 49 Broad Streat, Had Bank, N. I, ticket
whuthur tlioy would furnlnh u man nurril them thnt tho cnnimlmloneri tlmo thin wiM'k for tho ruiinim-r.
and In every campaign nince he hrcniim a votrr, hln p a l l y h»a culled
Kruuk Hnyditr linn ohtnined u poid u pound, .hivn coffee IVZ ccntn, I''in<
treat the boardd of trade wltli
driver or a boy drlviir. Jo««ph V. would
oud tr
for mill leceivnl the benellt of hi: mlvli'fl and mirvlcim.
lion with K. r,. Hnlght, the electric
I.uyton wna awarded the contract at ffriendly coiwinoomMnn.
rolled
ontn
4
rcntM
a
pound.
Itcut
Mr
Srhli'imer IIIIM rained a repulutloii for lnd<-|ieiiileiini of np««ch and
contractor nt Hid Hunk.
$124 p«r month, hi* bid being II lonn
action UIW«MI miylni' and iloini: wlml be thought h«»t and riRht, r«Kardl«u
tndu of tionp, well ri'iinonud, ul rea
omi»>no* OeneMereD.
Mm. Dotinld Knnkin in npiniillnK
than that of llrltton, A contract will
Th
o i n g rc|[iil«lliig
| [ l « l l i i g ttha re few diiyn vlnltlng rnliitivrii at New lublo priccM. Miu-kinol 11 ceiitn i
or i-einilla to Ida iiernonnl laleie.,1, and by no doing, linn won tho confident*
'Ilia oidlnnnrg
bo drown up at oncn und Mi'. I.uyton movtil
of garbnge
anill refwo?
p
and iidinlraliiin of all who kimw him.
b
f
York.
pound. Krd, kidney, lima unit llonton
will «tnrt In work today.
Iti Amil rending and WAH ndopto
|l v ,,.„,
f bin iilniid upon nil public rpii-HIIOMK In the punt, Mr.
Myron Hnydor nprnl Monday nn
ft
benun,
Tnpiocn
o
rentn
n
pound.
Monday night, Thn llcenao fen fo Tuciday vinitlnK relutlvi-n at Now
•IcIiMinei In uppreemled w< one who will ulwiiyn act III IIIB IntormU Of U)«
Wew raid Murahal.
Klcn
fi,
7
nnd
I)
ccntn
n
pound,
O
r
e
^ ^
IHMiple, and il<i wlml In hln honivi opinion, In nitht und Junt
'
William JurK«nmin, n upoilnl miir gurbagp collector will bi* $11X1 pur yru York.
,1K of nil klndn. ('l^nrfi coinprim
If eleclcil an a delegate t o llallllaoie. Ml. Hrhlelmci pledRfld hlmatlf tfl
tliul, want on duty ycnUtrdny an a nnd tint (•oiinrll moved to ndvrrtlm> fo
Onnvaaaera Z*e«ve Vuifn.
hlda
for
a
gmlmito
lollector
for
Inilny'fl Comhlimtlmi, Hnrikto, Don
vol.' ami work for the nomination of Ibe man who will bent »«rv« i n * InUrpaid marahal at | « 0 pnr month. Mr
Hllvorwli* * Illook, who havp bout (Irnnndn nml Union LciiKUn. A flm Ornamental and Tiling
ent. of Ihe heiiKK'rnlb- parly Ihniiigtioiil the. whole country.
Jur^i'incn ban been doing upwlal l"> itnnulng m-nimn,
Klfklanoa »o h» In OnrnWul Drill
canvnmiliur Ited lltnk nml vicinity aav lot of Ami'iiriui prlnlu. Hw«nt Orr
lien
All who have ever met Mr. Mrhlelmor, know ho him lh<> touraiT" » n 4
llco duty
d y for thn board of health dm
a Specialty.
inonllm In thn Intnrcnt of tho ('on
nhililv to lie I nod upciill nerol ding In the dictate* of llU COnM-UltCt.
InK tho recent onliUmli' of niaaalim and Tho board of trada has r*<|iimt«<< »rul
work
»hht«
und
ovcrnlln.
An
uasortBolidntod
gpn
company,
will
Innvn
towi
diphtheria. William I'. Oul«, who him hotel, honrdlntc house nnd prlvnti
v»»«k for Anbury I'nrk whnre the; niimt of Run Proof hinnin pulntK
luin on tho police fore* at dllTnrvtil house owner* to dlnpUy the Ametl<«l this
do ilmllar work. They put nut
r_4llin«t.. Chaerfallr Given.
Fullmn clgvintte* In lunthar CHUCK.
tlm«a, mad* ippllcatlon for appoint flag or red, whit* and blue buntlni will
largo
number of iraa raniroa am) n«
.«M*t en % torn M a PfW IMWIII on their hulldlngn thin "timmor. ThiKan latnpi
It pay* to advoitUn In f i l e lUmmr.u. 17 Bank • ! . ,
Had Bank, N. I. Paid lor by tha Third Conar«Ml«nal Dlatrlet D«m««r«tU 0«MNMIM«#»
In Ittd Bank,
fla|» aro to bo displayed a wcnk Iwfori
FREEHOLD VULCANIZING WORKS,
D. J. HARVEY,
SAMUEL S
it Stall's Variety Store,
Thos. B. Deals S Son,
Mason Contractors and Builders.
,wh»n tht third man U needed. Robert
THE RED-BANK REGISTER
Page 18
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AMONG OURNEIGHBORS. t
HAPPENINGS IN THE VILLAGES ROUND ABOUT
RED BANK.
AT1ABTIC BXQK£Ain>8 NEWS.
Union Kothsr*' Day Sarvioea
tertan Ohuroh Sunday Afternoon.
SILVER HEWS.
Elaborate Entertainment Given by Members of Epwortli Learn*.
THE DAYUGHT
WHITE SALE WAISTS
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The last social and business meetA union Mothers' day service was
held in the.Presbyterian church last iris of the Methodist Epworth league
Sunday afternoon. The church was was hcjd Thursday in the church hall.
prettily decorated with white carna- A piano solo wasglven by MrsPGeorjre
tions and spring blossoms, and most Ivins and eolos were sung by Mrs.
of those who attended wove white-car- F. L. Smith,' Mrs. Lester C. Lovett,
nations. Rev. J. Eadie of Atlantic Miss Susie Parker and Sarah ShamHighlands made the opening and clos- panore. A trio was played by Mrs.
ing prayers, and Rev. Joseph H. Susie Parker on the piano, Kenneth
Schaeffer, pastor of the Presbyterian Parker on the mandolin and Fvcd
church, made the main address of theHorsfall on the violin. A piano duet
meeting. Rev. W. T. Valiant, pastor was given by Mias Esther Carhart
of the Methodist church, and Rev.and Miss Alma Zigler. The league
E
l io , was
ditd y
b Miss
Mi
G H.
d , pastor
h Central
C t , ppaper,
lp , E
G.
HG
p
w e
Gardner,
off the
Excelsior,
edited
by
Baptist church, made short addresses. Helen Laurie and Mrs. Percy Hough
Rev. Z. Clark Martin, pastor of theton. Refreshments of cake and ice
First Baptist church, was to have cream- were . served. The following
been present but was unable to at-league officers were elected:
tendd on accountt of
f sickness.
ik M
Mrs.
lint—Chiu-lo.s KmU'V.
pi-esMonls—Mr*. Walter Klnpr,
Vic
Murray Foster, sang a solo at this
Mrs. llowiinl 1. iliince, Mrs. (leonje l-\
meeting.
R.ver.-iun, MISK Marie Wllhy.
'I'rejisuriT—Miss I.ena l.'mliurt.
Missionary Meeting Tomorrow.
Secretary—Jlarrlrton .Sliaiiipanorc.
The officers will be installed Sunday
wi.iyh°id Us Annual' meeting in'Vhe " W which is the nineteenth anni- &•
Methodist church tomorrow. - J. N. | versaiy of the league.
i
Simmons, superintendent of the Na- I tocni Nine Wiuo.
.
J J^
vajo Indian work in New Mexico, will
Little Silver's juvenile baseball V
be the principal speaker at the after- team defeated Shrewsbury Saturday • >
noon session. There will also he spe?by
,a score of 14 to 7. Theggame was I X
p
y,a
ial music. Between the sessions j played here. Borden and Lippincott
luncheon will be served to those who | were the battery for this place and
wish to remain to the afternoon ses- j Whalen and Soden covered the points
sion. • •i for Shrewsbury. On Decoration day
Alerts Dofoated by Pert!* Araljoy Team,
a baseball name will be played beThe Alerts baseball team of this tween the single and married men of
place were defeated by the St. An. « « American Mechanics' lodge,
< thony's team from Perth Aniboy Sun- rnuo riro Ainrm.
day afternoon by the score of 11 to 2. The firemen were called out Sunday
Th"e game was. not vory exciting but i night
ht on a false
f l alarm
l bby some one
furnished amusement for a large who saw the flames of a fire at Long
crowd of people. Thomas Skidmore j Branch. The fire was supposed to
and Edward Sweeney were the'bat-1 have"been at John J. Gibbons's place,
tery for the Alerts. Next' Sunday the | The inmates of the house were awakReliance athletic club of Red Bank I ened by the^ arrival of the firemen,
will cross bats with the Alerts.
tfeasles Patients Eottor.
Musical Service at Methodist Church,
The children who have been sick
A large audience was present at the with measles are recovering. Among
special musical service given in thethose afliicted are Elsie Lefferson,
Methodist church last Sunday night. Raymond Smith, Beulah Breckenridge,
Mrs. A. H. Magee
g pplayed
y Several vio- Dorothy Dean and Ella Carllle.
li
l t i and
d Jay
J \V.
\V Hopping
H i of
f
lin selections
Items.
Middletown sang a number of solos. Brief
B. MeGonigle will move from
The choir was led by A. H. Magee J. Percy
with the cornet. Mrs. Magee is one E. Harvev's house to one of Richu. e ubest
..» «-d Borden's houses at Little Silver
U
c o . *.,„„..
Uu.,,»i= in
ofi the
known v.
violinists
inuthis
part of-the countv, and those who I ^omt-. Mr- Harvey will move from
Oceanic to his house here.
eard her were delighted.
Mrs. George Nuttall underwent an
Briar Items.
operation for an ulcerated tooth last
Roberts & White have had the front Friday. A doctor and a dentist were
of their store on First avenue re- called in to perform the operation.
painted, Thomas Jennings did the Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sherwood of
b i t i
work.
k A new subscription
library
lave returned home after
will be opened in their store Saturday Rutherford Ir. Sherwood's uncle, Anto"
of this week. The books in thte li- asonvisit
Sherwood.
brary will be all first classfictionand Mr. and Mrs. George F. Holmes are
there will be a large number of vol- occupying
their home here after
umes. Messrs. Roberts & White also spending the
winter in Florida.
conduct a Tabard Inn library.
Dorothy Holmes, daughter of George
Next Sunday morning the topic of F. Holmes, is home from Staunton,
the sermon at the Central Baptist Va., where she attends school.
church will be "Thy Will Be Done."
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Spencer of
At night the sixth of the ' "Home, Brooklyn
spending several days
Sweet Home" series will be given, en- with Mrs.ate
William Bennett.
titled "Family Friends, True and
Miss Laura Smith of Asbury Park
False." Special music will be ren-is spending
the summer with her sister,
dered by a large chorus choir.
[ Mrs. Susie Parker.
Special Mothers' day exercises were I Hugh Getty lias moved from New
held in the Central Baptist church I York to his summer home at Little
last Sunday morning. A large con- I.Silver Point.
gregotion attended the service and the ]j Joseph Bailey lias returned from
pastor preached a sermon on "Motherhood." The choir rendered a pleasing I Florida after spending the winter
medley of well known mothers' songs.
Methodists will hold a strawThe junior bnsqball team of the The festival
tomorrow in the church
Boy Scouts will hold a social in theberry
hall.
lecture room of the Presbyterian
Mrs.
J.
J.
Gibbons
has moved from
church tomorrow night. A pleasing New York to her summer
home here.
program has been prepared and re- The Daughters of Liberty
freshments will be served at the close! $10 by a sociable last week. cleared
of the entertainment.
| E. C. Fielder will move in his sumThe Christian Endeavor society of ljmer home here next week.
the First Baptist church will give an ' Mrs. Fred Ziogler is recovering
entertainment in the lecture room of
a serious sickness.
the church Wednesday night of next jij from
Oscar Breckenridge is confined
week. Mrs. J . S. Flitcroft will give |I toZ\lrs.
the
house with grip.
an illustrated lecture on her travels' i
in Scotland.
!
COL'E'S NECK NEWS.
The ladies' aid society of the Pres- j
byterian church held their regular i
meeting yesterday afternoon in the j wiciioiai Dulimeyer jatMng Many
church. Plans for a coming social i
Changes ana Improvements.,
were talked over but no definite ar-! Nicholas Dulimeyer is building an
rangements were made.
i addition of 22x32. feet to his barn to
Dr. John VanMatcr, inspector of lie used as a carriage house. He has
weights and measures, made the just had u compressed air water SVErounds of the stores in Atlantic High- tern installed at a cost of 5-450. This
hinds Monday and inspected all the supplies both the house and the bam
weights and measures used.
i with water, and is in addition to anA high class concert will be given ', other water system, which was inin the Central Baptist church Wednes- : stalled somo time ago. Ho will beautiday night, May 29th, in which artists fy his yard and will lay it out on plans
from New York and also local favor- i similar to that of John E. licckman's.
ites will appear.
\ Mr. Bookman is supervising tho work
The committee on carpet of
ot the,
theon Jlr. Diillmcyer's place.
Central Baptist church met Monday* John roster to Movo.
night at J. Stout's on Third avenue
John Foster will move shortly to
to decide about a new carpet for the ,'Mrs.
T. Forman Taylor's, house rcchurch.
cently vacated by Wainwright McMiss Frances Gardner and Miss || Danicls.
Jlr. Mclhiniuls is living with
Henrietta Krlumlt of Newark spent
brother, Ellis McDanicls. Mr.
the weekend with Uev. G. H. Gardner, his
Foster is unmarried, but he says he
p;.:!or of the Central Baptist church. will
keep bachelor's hall in hi.s new
The rubber social held in the Moth-,j home.notThe
was recently dam- |
odist church last Thursday night un- ;••aged by lire, house
and it is being repaired. [
der the auspices of the ladies' aid
I
society of tliu church netted about .$25.; limifre on a Farm.
The- ladies' aid and the
-- missionary
Henry Fi'sineis has given up hi.s job •
t,
The grandest assortment of snowy whit?
Shirt Waists, all new choice stylet, bought with
our Annual White Sale in view. We wanted to
give real bargains,'our abject will no doubt"
meet with grand Bticcesa. These ~ ~
Waists are worth from $1.00 to
$1.50, Sale Price
89c
WHITE SALE CORSETS
trau«
B road St.-*'Red Bank,
Store Closes at 6 P. M., Saturdays 1O P. M.
Another White Sale Special that vte have
been huUinc for tfats annual event. W. B. CorBeta, new Spring model, extra long back and
hip, lac« and.ribbon trimmed; two pair of
hose supporter*, equal in quality,
fit nnd finish to any dollar Corset,
White Sale Price........
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We intend making the first White Sale in tfur enlarged establishment surpass any of pur previous efforts.
With greatly increased space for showing the various items and plenty of salesladies to attend you there is every
reason why you should be more pleased than ever with your shopping here. The Muslin wear Bargains we've
• gathered for this great White Sale will surprise you, and we would advise coming as early as possible to make sure
t of getting your share of the best things offered, as some of the lots are limited and may not last many days.
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The Garments are all cut full sizes, which in .itself is of no little importance; the workmanship is of the very
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Regular Price 50c. and 59c.
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Gowni—THade of strong quality muslin or
cambric, V, high or low neck styles, long or
short sleeves, nicely finished garments, all neatly
trimmed with embroidery and hemstitching,.SOc.
and 5 9c. goods.
Skirtt—These skirts are made of splendid
quality muslin, with deep cambricflouncefinished with tucks, others .are lace trimmed tucks,
nicely made and neatly finished garments, usually sold at 50c. and 5»c/each.'
Drawers—Good quality cambric or muslin,
both styles, all neatly trimmed with pretty laces,
embroideries, tucks and hemstitching, well made
and all sold regularly at 50c. and 59c.
Short Skirts-'— Made of an exceptionally good
grade of muslin, with deep flounce of fine cambric, neatly hemstitched; also deep ruffle
trimmed with lace or embroidery and hemstitching,' regular 50c. and 59C
Short ChemUc—Made of an exceptionally
gcuid VfKde of muslin and trimmed with pretty
face, embroidery, hemstitching, and tucks, regular 5oc. and 59c.
Corset Covert—These corset covers come In
both French and tight-fitting styles, and are
made of a tine grade of nainsook, cambric or
muslin, trimmed with lace, embroidery and
tucks, regular 5uc. and 59c.
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circle of thu First Baptist church wiil on William Iliii'tshurni-'.s farm, where
meet with Mrs. '/.. Clark Martin at he lived, and has moved in the house
the parsonage tomorrow afternoon.
of Cliarles anil George Danser, John
William Morri'll of Highland ave- Miller of Freehold will work, for Mr.
nue entertained a number of friends llartshorne notl he moved yesterday in
and relatives at Uis lutinv over Sun- the hniise on the farm.
day.
Drief Items.
Thomas Jennings of Atlantic HighCharles I'l. VanDorn, the blacksmith
lands has finished painting ('. S. , , , , , g,
r beini; laid
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Hnipman's IHUI.IT shop on First ave- :lip
""ilerlmrg,
outsickness.
three
weeks is
with
nne.
-Mrs. Arthur Kuhne has a new home,
Iliehaid Ilyruii uf Hillside, who was which she bought lust week from Wilinjured
i,onie time
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injiiml fcoine
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breaking with him, is KICAVIV i m p r o v - , ' " ' " I
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Mrs,Ca»,,er Smith of this: place
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pi ha, ^ ^(larrett
has !•?•
arrivi'd hdiue after a three week.'i bought an automobile.
viHit with relatives at l.iikewood.
Signs have lieen phu-eit nn tin- street
inrneiH prohibiting; the riding of lii- KIDBLITOWN VILI.AO1) NEWS.
ryden on the mdcwnlkH.
Dr. George Kay of liny View ave- Puplla of Miildlotown Bolioo) Witli Parniii! in slowly recovering lifter a very
{not /utonflaum Kcoordi tor Ajull.
M'vpie Hirklic.'iK.
T h e fiillciwini; iliildren were iireKent
I r, John (,. Clayton
of I' reehold; „, ,,,.|ira,i
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i-pelit hiiiulay i n town viintiiig friemlH A n r i l and relutivi'ii.
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WHITE SALE
isliowear-lite Sale Specials
Extra Money Saving Values
BRASSIERES
Brassieres, made of good cambric,
lace trimmed and exceptional value,
regular 29c kind,
Regular Price $1.25.
Gowns—Fine quality nainsook, cambric, or \
muslin—square, round, low and French neck
styles; also .Marcuerite effect gowns, trimmed
with insertions and ruffles of lace and embroidery, regular St.25 soods.
Skirt»—Of line quality muslin or cambric,
having deep ruffles trimmed, with insertions and
ruffles of embroidery or lace; also space clusters
of hemstitched tucks, well made, usually f 1.25
each.
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Drawers—Ombrelle style drawers of excellent nainsook and cambric, Mb. styles, prettily
trimmed with Insertions and uiffles of dainty lace
or embroideryi also tucks and hemstitching, regular $1.25 grade.
Skirt Chemise—Fine quality skirt chemise,
nicely trimmed with insertions and ruffles of embroidery or lace; also trimmed at the bottom,
splendidly made and finished,, rest. $1.25 goods.
Corset Covers—All of the very latest styles
and shapes included in this lot, long or short
French effects, made of goo'd nainsook or cambric, trimmed with embroidery or lace, regular
J 1.25 kinds.
Cpmbination Coraet Covers and Drawees as
well as Coraet Covers and Skirts—Made of fine
quality nuinsook and prettily trimmed with fine
lice and embroidery, all regular $1.25 goods.
ate.
CORSET COVERS
Hundreds of choice styles to pick
from, all embroidery or lace trimmed,
worth up to 29c, special at
19c.
CHILDREN'S DRAWERS
Drawers for children, all sizes from
2 to 12 years; good muslin with cambric ruffles, sold always at l"c. a pair,
sale price,
12 l-2c.
TRIMMED DRAWERS
Drawers for women, made of line
cambric, full ruffle of'lace and neat embroidery, a grade worth 2 9 c , special,
a pair,
21c.
SPECIAL GSOWNS
Good cambric gowns, cut full width
and length, low neck style with linen
torchon lace on neck and sleeves, refiular 5 9c. value at
39c.
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REGULAR $ l . O 0 VALUES 6 9 c .
No Woman's Warbrobe Is complete without them.
The most practical Combination Undergarment.
We a r e sole agents In this vicinity.
One very special lot of Gowns, made of Ripplette with
colored figures (this goods need no ironing), trimmed
with Torchon Lace.
Gowns made of cambric and muslin, all handsomely trimmed with
Lace, Embroidery and Ribbon.
Gowns
We have secured for our Great White Sale a lot to be
sold at a special price. They are trimmed with Val and
Torchon Lace edging and insertion; the material is a
Nainsook; this Drawer is worth 79c. a pair,
SPECIAL AT
59c
Marcella Drawers
have no fullness
around the waist.
Extra Size Undermuslins
Skirts
This lot of Skirts are real bargains, all made of Rood
muslin, with deep flounce trimming of Embroidery and
Laces, regular $1.00 values, all at
;
69c
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High Grade Undermuslins
DRY GOODS SECTION WHITE SALE SPECIALS
BROAD STREET.
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Wenched Bed Sheets, 72x90 inches, regular
50c. kind, at.
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42c
Fine White Luna Lawns in the White Sale at
special prices
12J4C, 19c, 2 5 c
Mercerized Pique, heavy, welt, a 39c. quality,
White Sale price
2 9 c yard
Bed Spreads, the kind always sold at $1.00,
White Sale Price...
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85c
Fine quality Linen Table Damask, worth $1.25
yard, White Snle price.
85c
White Lineno for Skirts and Suiting, regular
19c. grade, special
15c
Pillow Cases of #ood muslin, full size, with
embroidered designs, a regular 50c. article,
special
29c
Table Damask In. choieo floral designs, full
width, regular price 29c, White Sale specinl
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2 2 c yard
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In addition to the special items listed above we are showing elegant
We make a specialty of MUSLINWEAR FOR EXTRA LARGE
WOMEN-Gowns, Skirts, Drawers, Corset Covers, Brassieres; several high-grade pieces of Undermuslins—Gowns, Princess Slips, Combinations
styles and prices to choose from, all made of substantial materials and and Skirts of superior materials and trimming; some of silk and hand made
embroidered models.
trimmings.
LonK Cloth, 10 yards in a piece, worth $1.39,
White Sale price
9 8 c picco
Nainsook, fine jfrade, 12 yurds in piece, worth
$1.75, special
$ 1 . 3 9 piece
IIuck Towels, large size, worth 12/ic, White
Sale price
9c
Mercerized Uuninsk Cloths, hemmed ready
for use.
58x58 inches, 7 9 c ; worth $1.00
04x04 inches, 9 8 c ; worth $1.25
72x72 inches, $ 1 . 2 5 worth $1.75
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Marcella Drawers
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MidjHioplo. Tho net will lio URftl fur thuhvU\ Hiitiiiilny itfti}rnof>n, Jnmt lnt, nt tlilu ypnr. Thn country nrouml
TAKE NOTICE.
whli'li In* propnm* tn vutn, unit pvnry
anil a IBIRO number of the nienibpin of
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voter wliohi* nnnin turn been ri>Kintorra
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by E. I.nrkln, Ni'llio Donohin., J. Cul- l l
lot of it,
.'Sunday will ln< "Llfn'n Tiicnl I*urp<M«,
v. Willie
I'mile,
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HhrflWNlitiry, In i n n iKMtnly o f M o m n o i i l l i , viilm- uimltneit tii vut« nt it Rcnai-at oltuAll (inhibition of thn Imnkrtn mmln
ver, .InHim Donnelly, J. Fltipiitilck, * l w ' l i l i " l l l I V , ! « . • , • A m . . 1 1 , . I ' . I I M I I . I I , , , , , . KcivUi-; (hiii »f tlic (!<ildi>« Woiiln «f
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Thnmon Armstrong.
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monthly ini'itlnic nt Ilin VViirni.n'n inln- tl)« l>nnki>t irmlilhR, hnN Invitnl nrery In ilinrKf.
of
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ni.mliinlMll n rro lilxill o
Ml.. Caroline Hull of New York fKi nl ,i n e )l l. i i i i - o l ' l i i i l o . A l m n r a t m i i r , M n i y nlnnury mu'lpty will tin held tomorrow lino t o iittcnd who In nt all ll)lr>rrnl«d
HIitlM.
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con•p«nt the wirlo-nil with Mr. im.l Mm.
vntwrn for any g*Gficral f>l»i'ttpn,
nfli'iiinmi nt tlm church
lield
Hi
thn
f»llowlii|r
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In
tli«
work.
T i l l ' Mill' d l ' l i o l e i l p e r f i i l i i t t i ' t l i l n i l l n
iflntil to tlm house with n very amloiD
Tli« titw I1O«H nut
nut provide
provld* for
ChArtfts A. Johrtion.
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of
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HIirnKnlinry, nl tlix mrchoumi »f (ho l.ll- liilt of tli«
i, I). StHttlo and Clmilrn Ht«im« r.lncc NrptemlH'i'.
0* f f f i a l r y Kiiil olcotlon,
ilny nltflit will Im "Vht Mf««n(ro of Briar Itnaia.
tin
Hllvar
vnluiiucr
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Mny
10th,
ISIS.
•pMit Mondny at Nnwark im liunlncnn,
Twii KtrlklnK Tlcturda."
Tlw next
Tlir«<i rarlnnila of napumKUa wrro
A want B<lvnrtl»«m«nt of not mor* Illntrlct Nu. II In "aid (ownahlu of
ItAYMONI) DOl'OltTV,
Thomas Arm«tron°; bun lUTrptrd the
All IIHIIVIIIIIHI roiiituiinion M*t himrcli'brntlmi of til*
Ktipper will •hlppnl fti>tn tho Mlilillslown atnllon thin thirty word* can bo InnorUd in Hlu»W"iinry, nt Ih* w)i**lnTliht nhop of
(Irrh of Uti rnwnlmry Townililp,
h n i liurlty, Hltmwnl)ury vllUc*.
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petition »• lielpor nt the IIImlfvrlt IIITII prrni'iili'd In | h r Hcfoilni-d
i>lini>rvc<l Hunilay mornliiK, J u n e Momlay nl K lit of thin w w k . Thi* In Tine HMIIIITICH on* liau* for 20 c-inti, l l oMv«r*
voi»r
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on
•t«tlpn tat thin «lilp|ilnK ncaaon.
cliliich by i) number o f the. young
Thn pippiniitmy Itii'tilin will li« thn riKiiril nhlpment from th« atntlnn -A civ.
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