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VOLUEM1 XXXVII,' NO." 21.
BED BANK, Ng J l s WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1914.
BASSOS AT TOGO. SCHOOL.
HBW PAT-AS-YOU-BBTEE CASS.
The GraSuatlnif Glass to Give a Danes
JFrttajr Ulfflrt of Tliis week.
Sis Bought by tho Boil Bank (ma Koy-
.PAGES 1 TO 8.
^
port Trolley Line.
BIG- CEOWB AWB GOOD SBICEB A"£
|ft|j ( new trolley cars have been
Tho graduating class of the Red
MBS. t t r i ' S S B B ' S AUCTIOH.
bottHrt by the lied Bank and Keyport
Bank public' school will give a dance in
trolley line". Two of them passed
the main hall of thti lii|?h school buildwner of Parra Between Hldaiotown and through Red Bank on a trial trip Sating on'Frkfny night of this week.
Holaiftol Will Hovo to lied Bank and urday night.
The cars are bright
Dancing will Bturt at quarter-past
Set the Plr.cu Out on Slmros—I'nrra orange in color and arc considerably
eight o'clock.,^ The dance is not conWagon-Sells for ®125.
larger
than
the
ones
now in use. They
fined to pupils of tho Red Bank
Mrs. Cordelia Luysler had a vendue are brilliantly lighted and are of tlie
schools, but anybody can come, proInks and Skunks are Pr©[email protected],vided he behaves himself and has a of live stock and agricultural imple- latest and most approved type. Enquarter to pay his way in. Once a ments on her farm between Middle- trance is from the center of the ear in.
year thegraduutinE class gives a recep- town and Holmdel last Thursday. u^ead of from the end. Passengers
tion to the eleventh grade and the She will move to Red Bunk and will hnve to pay their fares as soon as they
get inside, instead of paying them
made at this dance will be lined have her place farmed on shares.
rear—Sons® money
Pleasant weather helped to bring when a conductor comes around to colto pay the expenses of this reception.
lect the money. Tho door space is
This reception is usually held just be- out a crowd of about 125 people. 15id. railed off for passengers who enter
fore tho Christmas vacation. The ding was brisk and most of the things' and passengers who leave, and bewere
struck
off
at
good
prices.
EdTho trapping (season optioned last the house and will have general charge graduating class comprises twenty ward Gibson, of Middletown bought a cause of the system of collecting fares
E s e c k W o l c o t t Of E a t o n t o w n , w h o ' I " ' " " , t h i r t y ilullare'yearly for [In- y e a r e ;
Sunday. Muskrats, minks, skunks of the place while Arthur in ut school. girls and fourteen boys, and so there bay horse for $97.5.0. A sorrel horse the cars are commonly known as pay- died l a s t s u m m e r , left a n e s t a t e e s t i - ' Vv'o I <'•'/, t't \'"'"ni' \ V n i m t V T l h ( ' r t ( - ' w o N
and otter are protected by law and Another trapping partnership has are more than enough girls to go WUB sold for $23. This hor.se belonged as-you-cnter cars. They will be put mated at $12,000. He bequeathed t h e 1 n u t ami In'i Wokott, anil' iiilrty Vli.llarH
may bo legally trapped only between been formed by George Burlett and around, BO far as this class is con- to James Carton, who took it to the on the line for regular service in a few greater purl of it to his three sons,: yearly c..r nv.- y.ai-.i to iotln-1 I'.uKlanan
November lulh and April 1st. Kac- Alphonsus Kelly of Red Hank. • AL-cerned. The boys hope to see a lot vendue to have it sold.
days. The cars were an attractive Wellington, William and Edwin W " ' - • " i [,",-,!i,'.v'l!'i'v!.<"t1.',!,, n „,„ i i, ii.,*.
eorina and opossumn may be trapped at phonsus Kelly, like Arthur Bennett, is more boys or young men present so
feature of the busy shopping period cott. He left .$1,200 to his wife, and ;,„,.
"
n u.. i
Richard
Menser
had
been
gunning
any time ot year. Coon hunting does a schoolboy, but he will ulao make the that none of the girls of the class and he arrived a t the sale just as Auc- at Rod Bank Saturday, afternoon and iiui<Ie'Keveral nm.'tllrr bequests to other win
tract.
..
__
.,
not begin until nbout the middle of round of his traps before Bchool. will have to he wallflowers. The grad- tioneer -Jacob. C. Shu tin was about to night.
l 1
r
l
relatives. Mr. Wolcott was one of the ! ,'»;, ^
. ' ^ w " ^ - ]^. f,\\'Hy
^
November nnd a game law is not George Burlott lives on Boeeh street uating clans expects to huvo two or strike off. a cow to a bidder, Mr. Menfounders
of
the
Eatontown
Advent'
Iil
\
\
i
,
l
(Mitt,
Wlllli
iK'Oonfiiiry to protect these ani'iUila,
and Alphonsus lives on Bank street. thrtie more dunces before the school ser liked the looks of the cow and there
i w . <> i r n w u m l I I . L , ll»l,e<>cli li(S
church,
und
for
many
years
was
elder
OOtll
BIETHDAY.
; ill il. t l i u r The upper part of the Shrewsbury
Other Eed Bank trappers
are Burt year ends, and they are working hard was spirited bidding by him and the
rappers ni
lllltliM: t
or preacher of the church. He bel
river is excellent trapping ground for Crelih nnd Walter Lo
LoValloy. These to have this dance so excellent in every other man. The cow was finally Bold Potor Antonidoo of Froohold Sponflo It queathed a considerable amount to be
This Is tn
particular
that
the
whole
town
will
munkrntB. There nro hundreds of two are not partne
partners, but each traps
to Mr. Menser for/;$-12. Cyremus V.
used
for
Advent
church
work.
Some
ami
l
With Bio Slater nt Bed Bnnlt.
want to attend the future danges.
acres of low meadows there which on his ownhook. "Bill" Hurleyt of
nslntiw i l l u i v."In
Stilwagon of Everett bought three
tlie
of this will go to the Entontown
or
The committees of the dances are as ;holee for $7.50, asid he purchased a
th.ilPeter Antohides of Freehold spent church, some of it will go to an Adi'll w i l l Sll|i!>l
furnish food for tho "rats." Besides Ijincroft is a trapper and hunter
.
.
_
.)•
of
ill
p
a
r
t
I'mthe
follows:
his
06th
birthday
Thursday
with
his
the roots of "polypads," of which
hay
tedder
for
$9.
Charles
Carlcson
vent
publication,
The
Herald
of
Life;
;
Gospel.
Mii.sh'^Aili'h! Clmniller, Itfnrlon TWount, of Everett and XF. Ottoman each sister, Mrs. John F. Antonides of Wal- some of it will go to national Advent
munkrntst are very fond, there are considerable note, and he made, a
t ro.iuc«t that Lizzi.- liurnell l>c apnumber
of
early
trips
to
the
trapF
r
a
n
k
JMt-i-i-lLI.
lace street, Red Bank, tit whose home societies, and $2,000 wsis ordered to
other ediljlo roots which form u lurfife
Krfn\shnieiitn—Kiln
Oiii'llle,
Dorothy bought twjD shotes for $2 each.
"a family gathering was held in cele'
part of the muskrats' "fodder." ping grounds to look for suitable ^'ocliH,
Jolin J*iUiy.
Hay sold for $22 und $21 a ton and bration of Mr. Antonides's anniver- be spent for the publication and dis- ) ill • T.'il.nr
'Chore are also innumerable - fresh places for setting his traps this seaTliMii'lii
«i«l
iiilvi'1'tlnlnif—rharlCH
tribution of Advent literature written
1 li •uliy ri."
straw
for
$9
a
ton.
Corn
stalks
Meyfr, Hurry Ivln;>, Uclono !\lum*ky, Kuth
sary. With Mr. Antonides was his
water nuiKtiels in Swimming riyer, and son.
f.Miiill
fetched 3'/J cents o sheaf. Sets of har- violin, an instrument 111 years old by Mr. Wolcott, the principal docuOtters are protected by law, but IvrKiiiH, Ueiilnli UricUemMKc.
•MM]
1, William
these likewise furnish a good supply
ment
being
a
"Judgement
Day
Tract,"
ness were struck off at prices ranging which is its owner's inseparable comK i l w l n Wolcott, Hiari aiHl share
there are no otters in ttiis neighborof food for the muskrats. !"
which propheised that the Judgement
from
$li.6O
to
$21.CO.
Jacob
Brasch
of
hood. The last otter taken here was
panion when Mr. Antonides is on
CORPS.
I liei'f-hy
lili 'IllPl'-ill-IilW,
1'reparations for the trapping sea- shot about forty years ago in the OBOANIEIHQ
Middletown township bought a large visits. Mr. Antonides is an accom- Day was close at hand.
Jo.SC! h W
W . CiillI'
; the executor
,son I'avo been under way some time, swamp between Oceanport and Entfarm wagon for $125. Another wagon plished violinist. Following his visit
1
When a young man Mr. Wolcott of til m y l.-KI
How
Body
Being
Pormcd
to
Do
Red
nut luindK.
lib. Scott is a noted Red Hank trapper.
was purchased by John Daly for $41. here, Mr. Antonides went to Perth owned a lumber mill at Oceanport and
onlown.
An
otter
was
shot
near
LjnU'UUJIJTT.
Crono
Work
on
Bnttlo
Tiolfle.
He has a houseboat which he kept
J. E. Partridge bought a mowing mathe greater part of his fortune wa.->
Dr. Peter P. Rafferty, captain of the chine for $16, a hay rake for $8.50 and Amboy for a stay with his daughter, made in the mill business. The will, Loft fEstate to Slater.
neur Ilubbard's bridge during tlie sum- eroft some yeaia before that, and the
Mrs.
Frank
Worrell.
))ohd
where
this
otter
was
killed
is
still
]\ii. :S Mary F. Jackson, who died remedical department of tho field hos- a Hoover potato digger for $7.
iiKii'. He made his home in thin housewhich was made last June and witpital corps" of the New Jersey state'
boat nnd he rented bonts and fur- known as "the otter hole,"
Mr. Antonides is hale and hearty. nessed by I. E. Wolcott and A. C. cently at Asbury Park, left her entire
iestate
to her sister, Amelia Jackson,
Most
of
tlie
trapping
this
winter
nished bait and equipment to crabtroops, is organizing an ambulance
He was born at Enst Freehold and | Wolcott, is as follows:
who was named as executrix of the
bers and fishermen. Three weeks ugo will bo foi", muskrnts. Tho narrow corps which will have its headquarters VTANT TWO HEW COQHTY ROADS. ran a blacksmith shop there 74 con1. lOswk V o l c o U , ni' tin' t o w n s h i p of will. Miss Jackson made her will on
ditches
cut
through
the
meadows
by
he moved the houseboat up the river
secutive years. The first potato dig- E n t o n t o w n . e(niiitv of .Moninoutli ami
in Red Bank, The ambulance corps is
September 21lh, last." The witnesses
and anchored it just below the old the mosquito killem maicc favorite an independent organization and its Frooliolflero Will Do Asked to Talto o'vor ger used in Monmouth county was sin to of Now .Jersey, IICIMK ni'
1
Hraucli Avenue and Ruinuou Roafl.
Jones farm. 'He will spend the winter runs for muskrats.. Traps will be 3ot duties are largely those of Red Crocs
built by Mr. Antonides in this shop. mili'l, ineinury anil liniU'i-.standili^- ( for to the will were Martin L. Ferris and
whleh
lilnHslnir
I
Ihailk
Coill,
iln
m
a
k
e
The Kuinson improvement associa- Mr. Antonides looks forward to his and inihii.sh this m y ia.st will anil t e s t a - Rosa Carrington of Asbury Talk.
trapping and hunting, and he will also in these ditches and trapping wijj be work in tlie field" of action. The full
net all guide to hunters and especially much easier than usual on account of corps will consist of five commissioned tion .wants the Rumson road and 100th birthday and he plans to cele- ment, in m a n n e r followiiiK, t h a t i* to Mm. Maty E. Imlay'o Will.
to men who go out on autumn and these ditches having been made. Officers and,eighty members. Mr. Raf- Hranch avenue converted into county brate it more elaborately than any of
Mrs. Mary 10. Imlay of Neptune
i t Is m y will anil 1 iln o n l e r that all
winter nights on coon hunts. Eb. Skunks and mink will be taken prin- ferty has received seventeen applica- roads. The Shrewsbury township com- his other natal days have ever been
my j u s l ilelitv anil runeral exp
township made her will last August.
Scott gained his love of hunting and cipally with steel traps, but box traps tions from young men of this vicinity mittee has given its approval to the observed.
paid and fully satisfied, ;IM soo
She appointed her son, Joseph A. Imtrapping when ho was a boy and spent nro the most popular for muskrats, to become members of the c6rps. The proposition and has agreed to'pay ten
\ e n i e n l l y can he after m y deeea
I liereliy order Unit twelve ii'iiixlivil lay, executor. Mrs. Imlaj'left $1 each
his winters in a.farmhouse in Middle- especially if there are ditches through five commissioned officers must be reg- per
cent of the cost of making the
WELL CAVED IN ON HIM.
p
dollars
be
paid
10
my
wife,
S.'u
to her grandchildren, Helen, Elvin,
town township, near Stoutwood Park. which they run. The trap is sunk in istered physicians and the first ser- necessary improvements incident to
WoK'ott, wliifli nnin s h e s^ave m e l'nr
Ruth., Cora and George Imlay. She
*
further up Swimming river are the water in the ditch and reeds or geant of the corps must be a registered turning over that part of the two Navoclnk Man Burlott Vp to Hlu Heck
t
moi'i'
timVi!
directed that her real estate be sold
Hardy Burlett and Henry Johnson. other refuse piled on it. When the druggist.
Whilo Digging- a Well.
roads
which
lie
in
Shrewsbury
townI
have
lost
i
nnd that after her debts were paid,
tlie aim fl sum, imt be ause
They took a small, strong, Hat-bot- muskrat meets this obstruction in his
Michael
Mooney
of
Navesink,
a
If this corps can be organized to snip. The balance of Branch avenue
heavily in selling tin- j.lae
[ think it one-fourth of the money was to go to-,
tomed bntrenu and built u house on travels he dives to the bottom of the
mill
well-digger
employed
by
Thomas
York
is
in
Red
Bank,
and
the
borough
counthe
full
membership
required
it
will
grandson, Howard D. Imlay, and
the bout. The quarters are small, but water to get under it, instead of
invn
has referred the matter to its at- of that place, was digging a well on
they are big enough for two, and they elimWnK'Over it. Th trap is at the receive state aid. Dr. Raiferty hopes cil
riltllt I Win! tin? ulioyu Hum tu lie m lien the rest to her son Joseph. Elizabeth"
torney, Howard S. Iiigginson. The Howard DeVesty's place last week of
iluwrr in my rc.il entitle.
make a snug retreat for tho winter, bottom of the diti'h and when the to get the state to put up a building improvement
Cunningham
, and Mary Bryan of
association will take Up when he struck a vein of quicksand.
Kiye until tho
This houseboat has been supplied,with muskrat enters tho trap it cannot get for the use of the ambulance corps in
Spring Lake witnessed the will.
Georsi1 Storrs Wo!* lit Hie
the
matter
with
Rumson
borough,
in
j
Tlie
sides
of
the
well
caved
in
on
him
the
rear
of
the
armory
building
at
almost enoutrh provisions to lait till out and it drowns.
I
,-U <il' .1. 11. j i, G ft jEstnta t o Diuifflitor.
iiii I IK; >:lu>.!-<'
til!'
which municipality is the greater parti and he was buried up to his neck. Williams
Eed Bank.
& Co. of I'Srooklyn. X. V.
spring, and the two men do not anMany people eat muskrats, skunks
Mrs. Ruth A. Swan of Ocean Grove
nf rjnnison r^ad, Tn rase 'he chanf^o. George Bennett, a fellow workman,
to tin' Advent rlinrch of
ticipate leaving their winter home ex- nnd WCOOIIF. Minks arc seldom eaten
DHDEE 8500 BAIL.
is made, ten per cent oi the cost of went down tlie well, cleared the earth KilUuitoivii, "sixty ilollnrs yearly fur five left her estate to her daughter, -May
cept for occasional trips to Red Hank
to
t!in
Ileralil
of
Life
.sixty
ilolbecause their flesh is strong and
improving the roads will be borne by from around Moonoy's shoulders and. hrt's- viHirly for live- years: for fureimv B. Ferris, in a will which was exefor. same, special supplies
stringy. Groundhogs or woodchucks liOnlo Gottla»- Clittrg-aa •With' Buying1 tho.municipalities through which the tied a-rope around his body, under the missions o!' Uio |jil\: ami Ailvmil Tnion cuted March 25th, 1907.'" The wifcare
also
eaten,
'The
raccoon
is
reroads extend. Forty per cent of the arms. This rope was hitched to a thirty ilnUni
I'ltrly for iivr years: finenesses t o the will were Susie M. SutStolon
TolepUono
Wiro.
At the foot of River street, Red
111' Women':
id l'-nrciKii .Mlssi.ni-: ( o l l . l n ,i Q_ A r t h u r Chamberlain of
Louis Gettis, a Red Bank junk deal- cost will be paid by the county and horse, and .in effort was made to pull iry
l!:iuk, Arthur Bennett and William garded as a great dainty. Young
^oeit'ty
of
r,
"Winlin^- street, isoston,
Mooney out, but tliis failed. The rope thirty ilollnrs yearly for lln- years: si nil Ocean Grove and Eva Stiles of Asbury
Itauer have built a small house where groundhog, dressed' like stuffed pig er, is under $600 bail on a charge of fifty per cent by the state,
nnd
roasted,
is
a
great
dish,
being
reto
Sarah
K.
Taylor
of
Friendship, MiH- Park.
buying stolen copper wire from boys.
they will make their trapping headwas then made fast to prevent Moorvey
quarters this winter. Arthur goes to garded by many as far superior to Nicholas Gettis, his brother, is -his
from sinking any deeper, and the earth
PAVIHG
ASSESSMENTS.
- school, but during-the trapping season 'possum or chicken. Muskrats com- bondsman. The complaint was made
was shoveled from around him. It
GET HEW BIKE PKOM TOWN. |
saiALi p u n t i c
.lie gets up at four o'clock in the morn- bine the flavor of both rabbit and by Herman Ritzau, owner of a ferti- Slglnunil Eisner Will Pny Over 51,000 took half an hour to dig him out and
_.. 1 _
j
ing and makes the round of his traps, chicken. In the South they are very lizer factory on tho Lawcs bridge road
get
him
out
of
the
well.
Mooney
was
3
smd. Sntls of Bnsinoss Transaotsd
C. E. D. PosweU -Will bo Eciuiljviruea lor
for Bridge Avenuo Improvement.
gi-Uing through in time to |»o to extensively eaten and they are found in Shrewsbury township. The telelaid up for the rest of the day, but
by Boil Bank Offlclala,
Wheel Sinnaliod l>y Plre TruoS.
|
The assessments for paving Bridge he went back to work the next day and
school. Willium Jlnuer will live in on the bills of fare in many fashion- phone wires leading to his house were
A bicycle
The Ked
Ked Bank
Bank councilmen
councilmen on
on Mon
bicvele owned by Charles K. D. j\ The
Monable restaurants as "swamp rabbits." cut and stolen several times. Mr. Rit- avenue have been fixed and approved after shoring up the sides of the well
Foxwell"was smashed to smithereens: day" night turned down Charles
zau, with the help of a telephone em- by council. The heaviest assessment he completed the job.
about
a
month
ago
when
Relief
fhie
Lewis's
request
for
a
fire
alarm
box
in
SIK MONTHS' BENT TOE TWO.
CONVICTED OP MUBD'HB.
ployee, caught a hoy1 who had stolen is against Sigmund Eisner, who awns
company's automobile truck skidded on : froi/t of his factory on West street,
the wire, stnd the boy said Louis and a factoiy on the street and who will
Monmouth street and crashed into ! but'said that if Mr. Lewis would buy
CATALEY OTINSTIIELE.
tfranl: £, Dlbbcn "2?ut3 Ono Ovov" on First
Doirreo vordlot Against Men Nicholas Gettis had-been buying the have to pay more than $1,000 of the
the curb in front of Mr. Foxwell's | the box they would have it installed
tho Boroufjh/'o" Bed Bank.
Clmrtfoil with ICilling Charles Ely.
wire. The charge-against Nicholas cost of the improvement. The assessh bicycle
b i l
i h the
h fire
fi alarm
l
;ture, striking the wheel. The
andd connectedd with
sysiK'l.ief lire company moved out of
A verdict of murder in the first de- Gettis was proved to be unfounded, ment for property owners is $94.72 Troopora will Give n Show in tlm Lyric was cut in two and was twisted and tem at public expense.
Vrank I,, Dibuen't) building on Pearl gree was found Saturday afternoon ut Louis said that he had bought wire in per fifty linsaj feet of street property
During' the Holiday Sonson.
street last June to its new homo on
,,
,... ,
., , •, , , frontage. The trolley company paved
The Red Bank cavalry troop will bent into shapeless junk. Mr. 'Fox- • A complaint from C. Edward PichDiunimond place.
This was two Freehold against George Green and £?" I S ' w 1™,' t L f c ' l " ^
"etweei the tracks ,nd eighteen inches hold a minstrel show in the Lyric well bought it a short time previously ler about dust on Broad street was
Richard
Sparks,
colored
men,
who
been
caught,
but
he
claimed
that
he
did
mouths after the town commissioners
on each side, and the cost was $1,033. theater between Christmas and New for 528. Mr. Foxwell was before the filed.
with a claim j The cost
had paid Mr. Dibben $87.50 for six were charged with killing, Charles A. not know that the wire had been stole
c
os of eextending
t e n g the sewage
ge
The balance of the cost is $8,269, of Years. The entertainment will he un- Red Bank councilmen
Ely
of
Freehold
on
September
9th.
months r<;nt previous to April, Alwhich half is to be paid by the town der the direction" of Charles Lester for a new bicycle Monday night. Af- [ system on Spring street was $4,275.05.
After
the
convicted
men
had
heard
LOcJT BIS DRIVER'S LICEITSE.
though the company occupied the
When
•"'•-— the
" - - Beech
" - - ' - street
-••—'sewers were
—
at large and half by Bridge avenue Reimer of Asbury Park. Professor ter listening tn his story the officials
building only two months after the the jury's verdict, Justice Kalisoh reproperty owners.
Harold A. Laros will have charge of agreed to buy him a new bicycle with laid Alfred Spinny was taxed on three
rent hud been paid, the town odicials manded them to jail.to await sentence, jJ o h n B o n n e t t o f A t W n t i o Hteiuanan
public
funds
at
a
cost
not
to
exceed
properties
for
benefits.
He
owns
only
the music. Captain R. V. R. H. Stout
have paid Mr. Dibben for six months Unless a new trial is granted the men
Charged With Violating: Auto l a w .
and his tax has been
COTERIE TALKS ABOUT MEXICO.
p p ,
is honorary chairman of the commit- $28. At the same meeting a bill for two properties,
rent, just the same as if the firemen will be put to deuth in the -electric
d d
$
25 A
t h ttax against
it
$25.
Another
John Bennetfof Atlantic Highlands
tee in charge and Corporal George $12 was paid for repairs to Irving reduced
had occupied the building till October.
Vine's
bicycle,
which
was
damaged
by
Papers oil Latin America Koaa nt Hoot- Ackerman
Zion Methodist church for $25 for
is general
chairman.
Green and Sparks killed Ely in the hag lost his automobile driver's license.
The rent for the nix months in $87.51).
the
truck
at
the
same
time
that
Mr.
sewers
on
the
same
street
was
also
ing- nt ftlrB. Axiom's.
John
R.
Snedeker,
the
chief
of
police
Other members of the minstrel comTin- n-nson for this, is that the town course of a robbery. Greun struck at Atlantic Highlands, made a comknocked off. The church paid taxe3
The Philomnthian coterie met Fri-mittee are Lieutenant John' J. Many, Foxwell's wheel was destroyed.
had a five-year lease on the building, Ely on the head with a heavy pie^e of
for the Shrewsbury avenue sewer explaint
before
the
state
automobile
comday
afternoon
at
Mrs.
Isaac
H.
AdQuartermaster Sergeant Louis M.
I inn lease expiwd a jear ngo, but in iron on a signal from Sparks while the
1IEAK
HIAKI.BOBO.
tension, and its Beech street tax wa3
the opinion of Howard S. Higgimion, three men were, working together. misaioner that Bennett drove his auto- hem's on Broad streets Mrs. Joseph W. Brown, Sergeant Daniel A. Wilson and
nullified because it is illegal to aaseaa
Cecil W. Lediard and Harold A. Laros.
thy borough attorney, the le-nse is still Green tITi
of his car, that the car had toms of Mexico, and Mrs. Johnston Mr. Laros will be secretary of the com- Throo Hou«DB Savod t y EnerETOtlc Efforts a property for sewer improvements on
binding because Mr. Dibben had never
more than one street.
,
of
tlio
Fanners.
and that Berinctt ran his 1 Frazer gave a reading on Simon Boli- mittee.
been otherwise notified. When l\Ir.
Forest fircfl raged in the wood3
machine into Mr. Snedeker's automo- vnr, who occupies a position in .South
Dibljeu'a bill for the rent came up for
EAST OP THE BOND IB0BE,
PIKE AT BEBFOBIJ.
around Marlboro last week and several
MEW SUNSET AVENUE HOTJSE.
bile and badly damaged it. The American countries similar to that of
payment at the council meeting Monhouses were in danger of being set on
driver's'license which'had been issued Washington in this country. The next
day night, Mr. Higginson said that the
Final Sorlosi Ealnod for r l r o Purjioocu to Bennett was revoked last week.
meeting of the coterie will be at Mrs. Smnll HOUQO Ownod by Hnrry Wliito fire. They were all kept from burn- Horace Troo Puttinjr Up Another Dwellcouncilmen had no recourse but to
Will lia Bold IToMt Montll.
ing" na an Inv-Qstiuont.
pay it. Clerk Albert C. Harrison suid
Alvin Whiting's on Monmouth street Slightly Daniagred by Tiro Ijaot Week. ing by the energetic efforts of the
The last series of the bond issue
A small house at Uelford, owned by farmers. Thursday and Friday the
Horace Tros is building a new house
Hull the keys of the building had been
on Friday, November 27th, at which
NEW METAL CEIEIITG}EI.
oil'i-rcd to Mr. Dilibcn, but that'Mr. <'oted by the people of Red Bank at a |
time papers will be read by Mrs. John Harry White and occupied by Max houses of Orwin Samson, Christopher on Sunset avenue on property which
Ekoskey, a German, who is employed Kennedy and Walter Cobb were he recently bought from R. V. R. H.
Dibbcn hud refused to tu'eept them be- special -election two year.') ago will be 1Sirs. F. L. ninlr-iloll Han Tliom Put Vp Ely and Mrs. Kate Thompson.
by Mr. White, caught fire last Friday threatened with destruction. All the Stout. The house is 14x26 feet, with
I'IUISO he would have vitiated his claim (-•old before New Years. This series 1
In n Boraen Stroot Honso.
noon. The tire was discovered by Mr. furniture in the houses was removed an extension of 8x18 feet for a kitchen.
tu Mix months' rent if he had accepted s for $211,500 and is to cover the cost I Mrs. Frank L. Blaisdell has had art
TROLLEY WIRE DIIOKE.
White's son Raymond. Mr. White, and carried to a place of safety. The- It will have five rooms and n bathroom.
the- keys. The building has been Kept of buying the new (ire apparatus. All mctnl ceilings placed in one of her
vacant .'-ince tho firemen moved out the other bonds were bought by the houses on Borden street. The work Xralftc on Koyport Lino Tied Up About Raymond and Mr. Ekoskey put the fire i'armers succeeded in checking the Mr. Tros recently built two houses on
nnd this, together with Mr. I):bben's Eed Hank trust company and "it is wun done by Daniel H. Cook. Mrs.
out without much difficulty. A suit of flames before they reached the houses. Sunset avenue and he will offer these'
Two Hours Thursday Nlfflit.
that the company
will purrefiiMl to accept the keys, niitde Mr. expected
clothes and some bedding were dennd the house he is constructing; for
p
p
p
Bluisdel,
who
is
one
of
the
largest
The
feed
wire
of
the
Red
Bank
and
thi i
Th
il\ be
b 47
47
Dibhen's claim for six months' runt h
AHXI-DItlNKERS MEKT.
snle. The new house will cost about
property owners at Eed Bank, has all Keyport trolley cur line broke at Gill- stroyed by^the tire. The house was not
this issue. There
ini'onto.-itnlilc, Mr. Higginson said. chase
damaged
except
for
a
small
hole
bonds of $500 each nnd they, will bear
$2,000. Mr. Tros is doing the work
The bill wai passed with the proviso •1'i jier cent interest. The ordinance the ceilings in her house replaced with ville, near Middletown, Thursday burned in the floor.
Young;
Pcoplo'a
Tempoi'tinco
Union
Holds
himself. He lives on Riverside Drive,
f
h old
ld ones wear night shortly before nine o'clock. The
s tho
that Mr. Dibl.en should sign a paper providing for the bond issue passed metall ones as fast
Sociable nt arnco Boao'u.
in Middletown township. He built
out.
The greater durability and I wire gave wny while the car bound for
releasing tho town from the provisions first reading Monday night.
The Sickles's branch of the young six houses on that road last year and
Auto CntchcH Tito.
length of service of metal ceilings 1 Ked Bank was passing through Gillof the leiue.
people's temperance union met at lie has sold all of them.
have convinced her that they are the ville. The car was filled with lightAn automobile owned by Mort V. Grace Rose's on Branch avenue last
g
t'leutoil for Xmperaoimtlnjf nn Oflloor. moat cconoini(nl.
ling-like llanhes, and tho passengers Piich "backfired" Wednesday night Thursday night. A musical and literBLICHIT EA10HIOWH FIBE.
John Gager is in tho county jail in
eft their seats in a panic. The elec- when Eugene Johnson cranked it up in ary program was rendered. Solos were
PT.AB I'OK B E i r O E D EOKOOZu
Soliool Fliyftlclnus' Ofuocrn.
default of $500 bail on a charge of imtric current was turned off and truf- front of Mr. Pach's store. Gasoline given by Amy Olson and Helen ValenPUvir Xvvo by Hlffht l';ct fi-lvon t j tuo personating an officer. Gager got in
was tied up for about two hours around the carburetor caught fire. ine and recitations by Lucy Valentine, Chomicnl Fire Compnny Bont ou a WilA
Dr. Waldo U. km-tz of Anbury
Gooso CltRfjo.
Richard Wyckoff got a lire oxtinguishSchool V.y tho fc'iittli CJvado.
jail because he tried to stop his lady Park, formerly of Entontown, has while repairs were being made.
er from Louis J. Tetley's motorcycle Helen Roberson and Nelson,. Rose.
W. Harold l'owers's house between
Tho sixth grade of the Be I To rd pub- friend, Miss Anna . Hnnkins, from been re-elected president of the* MonDorothy
.Tones,
Constance
Durham
and
shop and put the Humes out before any
nnd Entontown caught fire
lic :it:lionl ban huight a new flag and going away with Matthew Callahan of mouth county school physicians' asKotul Approved.
Ursula Earle gave readings. Prizes Shrewsbury
damage was done.
Sunday night from a fire in a fireplace.
lias presented il to the school. The old Freehold. Oager learned they were sociation. The other ollicers are:
at the various games played were won Hook and ladder lire company of EatPlans
for
a
slag
and
stone
road
Ihig wns pretty well worn out, und the '« a train hound fur Matawnn avid he
by Amy Olsen, Helen Roberson, Helen ontown put the blaze out before much
Vi«y> l n v n l i l r n t - - D r . I-.. K l i a v l e H o f through Buy avenue, Highlands, were
HuiltUnjr Houuo for His Snugiitov,
.sixth grade thought it unburomiiirc for called up a Malnwan officer, repre- Mutuwnn.
Valentine and Mildred Earle. The dumiigc was done. Chemical company
approved by the board of freeholders
a school like that at llulford to display senting himself to he a constable, and
. S n e r r t l i r y - -Hi . S l l l l l l e y I I . M r l H i l ' l o f
Theodore V. Scott is building " ;irls will hold a cake sale on SaUirdny was misdirected through" a mistake in
last week. AM soon as tho Highlands
a worn Ihuv. The uuw ^\\\\% Is live by tinked the Mutuwun otlker to stop the 1 1; I J r i i i i i - l i .
house
on
Harrison
avenue
for,
his
of next week.
' I ' l v u m i r o l • - — D r . ( ' . 10. I ' l i l m e r n f l l n l i n borough council guarantees to pay ten
a telephone conversation. The comeight foet and ban 1H stars. The pii- couple, which he did.
ilel.
per cent of the cost of tlie road," bids I d'»u(fliter, Mrs. Charles GuppcjJ) of
pany was sent about four milcH out
l»iln nulutu Ih« Ihig every morning and
W e f l t 1{cli 1! nl(
M f s o t t wlu
ls u
Former Uasidont Qote Divorce.
for
constructing
the
road
will
be
asked
I
"
'
'
»
into the county to (J. I). Cleveland's
"pl«l|;o iillcMrinnci' to the country for
O l l ' U o v o C a t o h c t i X'ire.
f01,
carpenter, is doing the work himself.
Hurt Wliilo aunnlnjr.
Sunnybroolc farm. The unexpected
of
Mrs. Annie Carver, formerly
which it stands."
The
house
will
be
ready
for
occupancy
While Mr. mul Mrs. Hurry VanGeorge Terry of Ealontown was
Red Bank, has b
been granted a di
divorce visit of tlie liiTinrn wan a great surby Thanksgiving.
Schoick
of
Oceanport
were
away
on
a
standing with the barrel of his gun
from her husband, William II. Carver. prise to the Cleveland family.
ICoyport JfotiBO JSoliliort.
Rev. J. F. Heileiimann, pastor of the
against bis chest last week when the visit Sunday, their daughters, Alire
Mrs. Cnrver was represented in her
Oopa in MMdlotow". *
The apartment of'Mimi Anua An- gun went off unexpectedly. A few of and Florence VanScboick, lit the oil Occanpcrt Methodist church, left his
miit bynelanccy WUIKUSS of Ked Hank.
Attemtoil Hla Sinter's Funeral.
touides over C It. Clnrcudon'n ntnve ivt the shot litruck Mr. Terry in thu chest, Stovu to heat.Miu parlor. The stove bicycle in front of Hurry Blakely's
Charles Allen, Jr., of Riverside Mr. and Mrs." Carver separated six
Harry Tibbetts attended the funeral
Keyport wild robbed of $100 last but moat of the loud missed him. Tho caught fire, but the girls' brother Percy while making a call liuit Friday. When Drive, antl Willi
William
Wootl
and
Michael
years
ago.
Mr.
Carver's
whereabouts
of his ("sinter, .Mm William T. Lewis,
Thursday niirht.
Mimi Autonideu'A few allot which struck him, struck him threw the stove out of the house into he went to get the wheel it was gone, Mo
M i off W
Water W
Witch,
ih h
hnvo bbeen ap- are unknown.
at HoHton yesterday. TIIIH is tho secniothor wan iiwakuiiod by a, noise nnd in 11 glancing direction and they made the yard.
and the clergyman has been unable !o pointedd speciall policemen
li
off MiddleMiddl
ond sister of Mr. Tibhettfi to die within
who nuw two men leave the bulldinp;. only flcBh wounds. Mr, Terry's infind any triyce of Ihe bicycle or of the town township without pay.
Coot of Xlmtninir tho Town.
Dralco
81iot
by
tfunnor.
six months and bin mother died about
About ¥00 was talion from the trousers juries were painful but not serious.
thief.
_f _ » . • .
Hills
amounting
to
$2,001)
for
public
two yours ago.
pocketii of a boarder mid about (;M8
A largo drake owned by Malachi
Flro nt Tintou mila.
expenses at Red Dank for the past
Has (Jut Hair lor 33 Xorus.
was taken from Minn Antonides's
Moore
of
Middletown
township
was
Fire broke out in two places in two weeks were piuu-.ed Monday night.
Coining Aluiunl Snnoo.
Jailed for IfoBlor.tiiii;
pm'ketbook.
*,
shot by Homo unknown gunner lust
Saturday wan the ?.'2A bunincBii an- •lamps Walsh's house at 'Pinion Falls Among them was one for $iU0, repThe Ked Hank alumni association Thursday. The bird was valued a t $<"> nivornnrv of Augustus Layton, a bar- Friday night.
Neighbors put the resenting half the cost of the now
lira. John Itaynor of Keyport lias
Ocociityort VTootlfl on Vita.
will hold tho llrst of a neriea of danced mul Itii owner had planned to c a t it ber on f'ront Htri'Ct. Mr. I.ayton cele- flames out before much damage was sewer ejector at the armory building. een Kent to tho county jail for threa
V\re.broke out Knturday night in M^, Tbunkugiving night in tho high achool nt. hlu Thnnkr.glvinj.T dinner.
brated by working nu uuual. His lone.
lonUni for neglectinu to feed and
It. ViinKcuren'i! woods nt Ocuimport. building. Thu executive committee"of
huiimosa hn» t;rcatly increased, nnd
Motloo to Fur Owners.
shelter her children. Mrs, Hnynor'n
from
ix
one-chair
nhop
hns
dovelopetl
Th<! rain Sunday morning put thu the association met nt Mrs. Isaac WilliUBlmnd
in uwuy u liu-go part of U>«
When)
is
tho
uuo
of
waiting
until
Two
ftumiora
XSnvo
A
Buy.
Twenty-^liio Arrests* tu a Honth.
Into u three-chair shop.
HamcH nut bcfot'i! nnich damage win liama's on 'Spuing atreot Thursday
the last minute to hnv« your furn timo and ho will huvo ui>m«body caw
During
the
pimt
months
2!)
persons
.Tunics
Anderson
of
Tinton
Fallfi
nnd
night.
~a&-.^s
done.
William Lnrkin of Nutswamp went repaired? Ilring them in now, whore for the children.
were arrested at lli:d liank, and lines
•—•••••
-«.«MlAfllatowu dunning Hiloonflee,
Holldfly Ctooda at Adlom h Vo.'a.
gunning llio firnt day tho law wna up work is guaranteed nnd prices <
of $2vi wei'o collected. Thveo jienu
CttUiorala, Botiauea, Sunamis OS4S3,
<Jorey Millinery Shop,
rre»
Your attention in respectfully di- were seat to the county jail, nine werti
Howard W. Itobnrtn, clerk of MI<1- and got sixteen rabbits, six quail, one right.
West tiMrn.
llroiwl street.—AduortinvHtciit.
upoii rcquent, our beiiutlfully III113- rected In tho fact that wo have nuide fined and uwentcen were iliBcliai'|;«l. <llelown
l
hnn
h
d 18(> gun- woodcock and one nquirrel.
llowiudiip,
p d,
If you nro thinking of a trip this
ti'nted ciUaloj?. L, do hi HeiiKfiHh', ldiiiio for «n aminuuUy largo holiday
—
•-~$>*^i—
i
li
f t.hiti
hi your.
ning
liconsoii
s-o far
winter
or
Koing
t» tho I'rmasfm-Faej*
rc«a Wins*.
jinvplor nnd wutchmnker, Red Hnnlc. — bu<<iiiCT.'(. Wo will have on displuy
A bottle of good California port, lie K?|ioBitiim, HUM1 t'l'maldco,' 19JB,
Friday, November 27th. n .very large
... y Bnl»iilnal«i« Wisntad.
If you ure looking for all tlm Intent
your name und add rear, and receive
I ', li
li. («H'«imw»lt,
>IOI>UOIII> I,
l,
collection of goods suitiihle for holiday fuvol'M for Thunkngiving, we have
Side.'iladii'H wanted at once, with
our bountifully illustrated catalog, sherry or claret, given awiiy froo with write or kU>IOI>UOIII>
N J.,
J ttell
hii wtlftl
N.
It.-d Hunk
Hunk. N.
J.,
lll him
w t l l MM
MM
Rend to B. II, Crnte'a for 0 earn r l 1'ifi.n. Wo have left nothing undoiw tn them, i'MirioUH tiuullen for 'fluuikn- without t'X|ii!iieiii'e; also extra help showing jewelry, watchen, silverware, our dollar n full-quart CuMu«t whls- It.d
h
ill
f
l
l
f
Jlalla»!tinti'» export beer. You will mtike thif the bost placts t» jiet giftn giving.
Buiikelti
our fipecinlty, until Cliristmnit. Apply to Struiui (!"., cut gliuia, china, clocks, etc, I,. d« In koy <;vary Saturday. 3. I. Moiuilsy, 10 wunt nnd he will <=.•»•! you fall iitforfor j'unr friends. Aillem & Co,, Broad Lung's, Tlroad utruet, Hcd Hank,-— llruud tilrcet, Hcil Hank.—Atlvertiac- KaiiHHillu, 38 Broad uti'cnt, Ued lltink. Rout Front street, Red Bank.—Ailver- inatlon nu to )atf«, ote.' «M"«<tM«
flnd-it just. iij;ht Phone 121 l
uwiitstri'ei:, KBII nwnk.~A<li)trtl*tiiic»f.
titetnentt
Bunk.—Adv»rtiii*mmL
—'Advcrtiitaiwnt.
meiil.
WOLCOTFS ESTATE
Eatontown Advent Clergyman
$2,000 Should be Spent tor the Distribution
and Publication ©f His Judgment Day Tract—Be*
quests to Church and Religious Societies.
on.
l
1
t
I l i l V K
l l i l . i
i l l , |
*
S*ag«r T w o .
As was predicted a t the very outset of.ttiis undertaking* this sale-has monopolized Moimouth County'& shopping
Patrons and tradesmen, too, have marveled at the values in ~" " """" ""
"""
V
t
Broad
AWABDS FOB COP.IT QBOWEBS.
TWO CLAIM DAttAOEB.
5UAI,L PIEES AT I.OITG- EnAtTCI2.
Bovoral Bli|rht rliea Ooourxed at TliM
Place Ziaat Thursaay.
The awards in the annual corn
Two claims for damages were preSeveral slight fires occurred at Long
growing contest for boys of Monmouth sented to the freeholders last Wednes- Branch last Thursday. The lace curcounty were made last week. There day. Charles W. Heisley asked for tains in Edward Hayes's house on
were over 300 contestants and the win- $500 for land taken by the county in Washington street caught fire but the
ners were as follows:
rebuilding a road across his cranberry curtains were torn down before the
bogs in Howell township. M. Levy of fire spread. The curtains were deWHITE DIONT CORN.
Ten best oars—First, Herbert Winsor, Red Bank wanted $225 for the loss of stroyed and some of the wall paper
Howell township; secuiul, I'Mwant Foun- his horse which was injured when it was ruined.
tain, OlurluibnrK; th'h-d, l']il£ur .liicltson,
The Hauls's house on-Sixth avenue
Wall; fourth, John McCaffrey, Manala- fell through the planking of a bridge
p.-ui.
near Laird's stillhouse last month. got on file and part of one side of the
Ten atalk.s and eurs—First, Nathan Both claims will be investigated by the building was burned out. This fire
- Zlotkin, Manalapan; Keeond,
I'Mwanl
was put out with a chemical fire apI-'ountain, Millstone; third, Kdnar Juck- freeholders today.
Kon. Wall.
Tiie Heisley claim resulted in a res- paratus.
Special, 10 ears and stalks—First, olution being adopted that when townThe "wooden cab'5 of a locomotive
Charlen Gnillautieau, Crawford's Corner,
ships or municipalities requested the tender caught fire and was nearly deUolinrtol township.
Yield por acre—Flr.it, Herbert Wln- county to take over a road for im- stroyed. The locomotive had been put
sor, Howoll, per acre, 110.-I bn.sholK; provement that the board be furnished up for tile night at the Liberty street
•\Villiani Landtield, Millstone, per acre.
Sfi.SG bushels; Ferrine Ruo Cook, How- with proof of the laying out of the turntable. None of the metal parts of
ell, per acre, OG.fiV bushels; liklgar Jack- road and its exact width.
the engine was damaged but all of
HOII. Wall.
Note;
Decision reKartlins
Plans and specifications for a slag the* woodwork of the cab was delasit three named withheld for a few
road through Bay avenue at Highlands stroyed.
days.
were approved and the clerk was di- The fourth fire at Long Branch that
YELLOW 17BNT TORN,
day was at the Pluso house on Perry
Ten best ears—KIrst, Frank Reiser, rected Lo advertise for bids.
Freehold; second, Satluiu .glutkin, ..Man- ....Plans for the layinc of airjsite street, where achiirinsy ciauglit oil firealniian, third, Stanislav Klaliik, .Mahala-' wings along Norwood avenue at Lone This was put out without any damage
pan; leuitli, William. Lumlllclil, JIIUj Branch to the North' Asbury Park being done. The last fire on ThursKir slmlllliK most
ram-Klrft,
John | bridge were also approved subject to, day was in a chimney in Charles
T. Jones, Miildletown, welcht of kernels the approval of the state road commis- Philip's house. No damage was done
on one ear, 17 ounces; second, Anthony
to the building.
Hut-Kate, iUiddlelown, U> ounces; tllird, sioner.
.Albert l.ainunt, Houell, I 1 •""• i, OUIU'I-K;
Bills amounting to $"0,870.-15 were
fourth, (..'Hilton Woolley. .Marlboro. U S paid.
Most of these were election
Doctor and His Wifo Attacked. ounces.
Yield per acre—First, Albert Luniont, bills.
Dr. H. G. Richardson of Long
llovcll, per acre, M.I liunhel.s; si-tuml,
Branch and his wife, Lucy Richard-Abijuh Ai>ple;;ate, Man;ila|iau, S;:.4 bu.sliNEW BftHK BUH.BINO.
CIB; third, William Landlielrl, Millstone.
son, were attacked last Friday by C.
5S.79 bushels.
While Dent ear shellinK most corn—
Baulr, tlio First in tho County, C. Mason, a colored man who had been
a boarder and a patient a t the doctor's
Klr.st, I'erune Hoe I'oofc, Ilowell, weight
Has a New Home
of Ju'inels, one oar, IS mulees: ,'U'i-i.lld,
house anil
and wno
who want.
wanted to leave without
„,,
,
, „ , , , - ,
i nousc
r,
Herbert Winsor, liov.'ell. IV'L- ounces;
I he Farmers' ami Merchants nn- p a y j VT
bill. Mrrs. Richardson was
third, Hans ltaab, .Mlildlttown, I I " ,
l l KI uhis
iit;
ounces.
.tional
, . bank iat- i Matawan
iMM
i
i
i
^""
»
»"•;««
has moved | c u j . o n t [ l e ] lcac i TC»vith
;JJ a k n i f e a n d w a s
l t u . s b e l of e a r s ( 7 0 p o u n d s ) s h e l l i n g into its new building
I ho now bank | b i M c i l b y M a s o n o n t h e s i l o u U l e r s .
t h e m o s t m m - F i r s t , KdsTur J a c k s o n , building is built of vitrified brick with j
M a s o n w a s h e l d tQ a w a i t t h c a c t l o n o f
W a l l , s h e l l i n ; , ' TiS p o u n d s , (1 o n n e i - s ; s e c l h e t he grand jury,
o n d , l l c r b e r l W i n s o r , U n w e l l , ill H o u n d s , a white glazed terra cotta front,
S m i n c e s ; l i i i r i l , A l b e r t L u i n o i i r , l l o w e l l , lloors are oi 1 eimesseo marble. Afrl_
r>3 iiniiiuls, s o u n c e s ; f o u r t h . C e c i l B i r d , ean marble was used in building the
'
^-<~Have
Wagons
KEtlBt
J'"rci']ioM, SI puiiiul.H, S o u n c e s .
The trimICssiiy, " H o w 1 G r e w M y C o r n a n d t h e counters and partitions.
At Asbury Park the police are arI J C S S O I I S 1 L e a r n e d f r o m i h c W o r k " — mings are of bron'/.c and all of thc
'Hie ceilings < resting' farmers and others who drive
F i r s t , I ' h a r l e s ( h i i l l i u i d i u , l l o h m l d ; s. "." I woodwork is mahogany.
o u d , M i s s A n n a W h i t e , M v r e t m a n ' s L a n e . of the building arc thirty feet high.
through the streets of that place at
IVIil Int-'iii-; t n i n l , O t i s MeKill, J i m v i l l ,
The Farmers' and .Merchants' bank night without lights on their wagons,
f o o l i d , K i l u : i r , l A. r . u i i i h d l i , C l a r k s b u n r .
K s - a y , " i h i w 1 U r e w My T u t a t o e s a n d was the first hail; to be organized in ' Frank Cramer of Asbury Park was
W h a t I l . i - a r n i ' i l " . - F i r s t , M a x I V r h i i n i i . Monmouth county.
The charter was j the first victim of the new order. He
IWillsl"!!.-.
.-.-cund,
cill.cri
S o l o m o n , I granted in 1S30 when Mntawan was ! was fined $2.50. Several other arrests
J-'ri-Hi.dd.
known as Middletown Point.
For j have been made and similar fines irnW l i o i . i s ..f swe.-pshlki...: a w a r d t o b e
j many years all the hanking business ! posed.
a i l l i . . i l i i c d . ill . ' - . i n e n t r i e s .
| of Monmouth county and portions of j
•»•••
I'OT. ATI IKS.
l i e s l b i i s h i d r o u i i . l v a r i e t y o f l i n t a t o i - s j Middlesex county was done'r.t this
HOUBG Twico Set on Firo.
— F i r s t , M a x l'l li'.Miill, M i l l s l o m - .
The bank was organized under j T w o a t t e m p t s w e r c n m d c i n 8 t w e e k
lle.-l K : i m l a l o e , i
id v n r l i ' t y
i-'ii:.t, | bank
A ! o \ . I. ('..ly( r. A i a n . i l a i . a i i .
: he Now Jersey laws as a state bank. | t Q b u m t , , e ^ ^ rf M
R i t a <,,
1!.- 1 il potatoes, l.nr; vari.My
l-'list , In liU'J ,t was inaclc a national bank, i
t o J , o f A s b m . y p a r I ; > w l l 0 m o v c ( 1 fl , 0 J n
Alev. I. Colyer, .M,iinila|>an
»-.~o• ] i a | [ e W 0 O (| t 0 (iUi|; place eight mouths
"Ettnnera of Prises in tlto Momnoutli Prcoholdoru -Will Zuvo&tigrato Uoisloy
County Corn-Qrowingf Contort.
Claim—Hovy for Horoo.
3OUSE BUBHED AT OCEAN GKOVE.
i B A S K S B U R N E D A T OCEAN GKOVE ' ago.
j
r
THE
I invite your inspection early of a most complete line of fancy and
useful articles for
Previous to setting fire to the
• --
I house the place was robbed of goods
FJru Iia!;t Week Boon Dfiiuag-o to tho j valued a t about $»0. The fire was disDefective Flue Sets Fire to Xlouiie and
j covered each time before it had done
]
Amount of $4,0C0.
CauactJ a TotiU Loss.
Ocean : m u c n damage.
The house of Kllswortli V'anl'runt : Tile l)arn ami stables at
mmat West Ofeiin drove1 caught (ire from .drove owned by the Wagner l*i_
Coal Onice
n dr-IV- live /lue Friday afternoon and j pany nere destroyed by fire lust [
was destroyed.
Miss .lonnio Van- Tluirsday morning. Adjoining barns
William J. Howe's coal office at AlIlrtmt ;iml Miss Nora Kelly, the iHJtue- I owned by Walter Clayton and W F. l e n h u r s t , v a s b r o k e n o p e n Thursday
Th(!safc w n a n0't
Ivtxj'er. vvvr'.1 the <ni!y one.-; home and , Arnold of Plamfield were almost o- l l i f { h t , [,m.Khm
the lire spread so rapidly that they i iiV'1;, t l ^ t l ' o y c d 1 - A , l i s " ' , " ° n , y l u l ' l i c < 1 " ! 1 ( l t h "ll°°>' of an inner apartcoulii not. save lhe fuiniturt' or any |W. I.,. t a r r u n d was dama(:ed. Mrs n l o n t W i l a r i e d ofI> T h e r e w . l s l m
insul.aI1(,e
personal IK longings. A greenhouse i If. A. Rowland occupied the house and m
in t h c safe
b u t
atta'.lud to the residence was slightly J she lost a good deal ol her furniture, i p a | , e r S ) etc., were taken out of the
damaged and the hou.se was entirely ; A horse owned by the pie company | s . l f l ! a n d s e a t t e r e ( ] l l b o u t the floor.
destroyed. Then.' was no insurance .'.'.-...; !:i:rr,..! t;: ;!";;th. I ha total lm;.-; '
' is about $1,1)00.
,
-».-»-->
on either the house or furniture.
- ^ . *Cripple Dioa at Hospital.
ntrooY WKECKED.
; Sidney Wainwright, a cripple who
I had been a patient nt thc Long Branch
JU.MSCS
CAUGHT.
Electric Unlit Men Onnno Injury to Two I hospital several weeks, died tliere FriZaun Injured la a Pennsylvania Mill la
uieiiiliia -women.
' 'l a . v niK'it. He was a native of FreeWautca at Belmnr.
Kmployeos of the Freehold elei'tric I j . l o l ( l , u n t I h a d b e e "!l c »PPle from inCharles Itusisoll O'Connell of lielmar light company were removing tree:; ncy.
was arrested in PennsylvanialuBtwcck. from the roadway at West Freehold
He in charged with having collected last week when a rope which was
$300 for tlie 10. M. (ioddard grocery stretched across the road, caught th
of Manns(inan of which be made no re- bujrgy top of Mrs. lirilton C. Stilwell
turn. He ia nineteen years old. He and Mrs. Delia Chambers of Adelphia.
left Ilelmar about, two months m;o and The toil was torn from the buggy.anil Information of Pricoloss Valuo to Every
Bod Ban3£ Citlssu. Jfot work in n mill at Norristovvn and the women were thrown backward into
was injured there. He was taken to the road. ISoth women were so badly
How
to
act in an emergency is
the hospital when; he gave his right injured .that they had to receive the
nnmc, and Uiis le<] to his arrest. The attention of a physician.
knowledge of inestimable worth, and
police had been searching for him ever
this is particularly true of tho diseases
since be left llelmar.
and ills of tho human body. If you
Thompson—Cottroll.
suffer with Kidney backache, urinary
Last Wednesday Miss Kthe.1 Thompson, daughter of Mrs. Klizn Thompson disorders, or any form of kidney
trouble, the advice contained in the
&Bhuty Park Hopublicans Org-anlzo X*o- of Freehold, was married to Theodore.
Cottrell of Farmingdalo. Mr. Oot-following statement should add a valUtlcal niKl Social Clul).
a lion of K. II. Cottrell of I''ree- uable asset to your store of knowlTho Keptiblican.s of Asbury Park trcll iu Miiis
Kntliciyn McMulkin was
have formed a permanent club with hold.
bridesmaid,
and William 11. Thomp- edge. Whnt rould be more convincing
Kdwnrd Mitchell as president, Reuben son, » brother
the bride, wa: pruof of the uflicioncy of Donn's Kid
H. Nonis iii:ci>'liiry anil Howard I). gi-ooinmnan. Theol"bride
white ncy Pills than the statement of a
l.rroy treuMiier. The rooinii of the crepe de chine and carried wore
white bride nearby resident who luia used them
club will be in the building now occu- roses. Tho bridesmaid wore
yellow
pied, by the Klks1 lodge, which will
de chine and carricil--.ji shower mid publicly tells of the benefit der>ooii move Ut its own linine. Cbn-entte crepe
rived.
honjuel
of
yellow
chrysanthemums.
1
15. I' . Hetrick is one of the important
Overland Model 80
the ceremony the bridal party
roiiiiiiiUectnrii of the new club. The After
Mm. William Menko, CC Mniialapan
And thirty guests went to Fanningdues ni-c $1 u year. The club will be dalo
I'reiilnikl, N. .1., nays: "r mifby automobile, where a reception uvoniu',
Koadster 81,000
ICM-III civmiy for yourn from lildnny ami
a Kociul club tin well an it political or- wiiii held
ut the new home of Mr, and IJIIMIIILT tlouhlc, iind I wan In ml-mry
UitiN
when
I
li'iirniMl
of
Jmnn'H
Kidney
1'llln.
Mrs. Coltrell. Mr. CoUrulI is it rural
1 liei;nn luklni? thin rfmcily mid i t did
We have these models now am] want to ohow you that the above
mail carrier at Farmingdale.
ui« u woiiilerl'ul amount of ffuo'l- Aly
Scully VJsltE] tlio ^ e ^ t l e n t .
kidneys wero ntrcll|;tlintic>l, tlio lllllinn- them over.
'4'honiHH J.hiviilly, who waa re-elected
nuillim wu.'i ieiui>v*'»l and 1 Moon felt hotter. 1 Imvo iiiilinllt<«l fill til In Doim'n
Lnoloy—Itroliui.
t o coiiKrctiH, called on I'rcHi<lont WilThe eight cylinder CADILLAC will bo here in a few days and when
Kidney PIIIM and OIHIOIHO them an tho
wwi ln«(. w«!c!( and vjim warmly conWilliam II. lirohm of .Seabri/;bt VVIIH neat kidney mcdiciuo to Do liud."
you
have
never known before.
,
(rnituliited by thn President on liiu re- married litnt. June to Minn Amm E.
«I«rlion. Mr. Neiilly'ii apccial inirijiion l.aclioy of Long Hrnuch. The marTrico
50c,
at
all
dcalcrii,
Dont'
1olh« J'H'.iiiunt w.m in li'liition to Uio riage, was Itr-pt necret until last week.
(Initii iitnt opjH'i nbijinul from tlio Mi. Urchin ij( one of the largest prop- dimply auk for t> kidney remedy jrrt
rwl(j'lbiK woiiij iit JVitn Ainboy wuu erty owiinrii along the uliorc, he owning Uoan'n Kidney I'illn—the name that
««njrabiiinl of win nml v.ju liable to "i.Htieu houses and ulioiil sixty viictmt Mni, Mcnko had. I''«itei'-Milbum Co.,
S148U11'.
1'i'oja,, Iluffnlo, N, T .
Telephone 515
This line h the best quality and the most car
market this year. Let us prove this to you.
price or an;
^ ^ O v c l a u d Ifadd 81 ' ' ^ ^ "
statement is true and is the car you will buy if you will look
you rido in thin car you will realize something in'motoring
'
THE
Page three.
RED BANK REGISTER.
1 k:, &ay of Thanksgiving is almost at Loud and w«a Usave »«aretobe thankful for this year than ever before, Th!nk of the
devastation ar.d terrible war eferoad while here we will be bourilifally supplied with the choicest of delicacies
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ADLEM & CO.'S.
Largo Brazils
Sciceted
Johnson's §> i i crocks • 55c
Your attention isrespectfully directed
to the fact that we have made plans for
an unusually large holiday business. We
will have on display, Friday, November
27th, by far the largest andfinestcollection of elegant gifts ever shown in
Red Bank. We have left nothing undone to make this the best place to get
gifts for your friends.
Prunes 20- 30's Ib 15c
EVAP. APBieOTS Ib 12c
Layer Figs - . Ib 15c
Figs in Boxes each 10c
STAMPS
WITH ONE FOUND
cents e pound
The best value in coffee
that money can buy
This Coffee is the moat
delicious that is grown
Our best seller. It is the
best value on the market
32 cents a
With Any of the FoU4orinj> •
lrtrt STAMPS WITH
1 dm A&P BalcinK Powder. ..50c
20 STAMPS WITH
1! pl<KH A&P Corustarcli, each. 7c
25 STAMPS WITH
J lot A&P Extracts
20 STAMPS WITH
1 bot Queen or Stuffed Olives.25c 100 Stamps -'with 1 Ib New
Crop Tea
60c
20 STAMPS WITH
1 can Mushrooms
. .30c
80 Stamps with 1 Ib Tea
00c
20 STAMPS WITH
50 Stamps with 1 Ib Tea
40c
1-lb can Tuna Fish
18c
25c
25 STAMPS WITH
i. < -Ib cans Tuna Fish
.25c
20 STAMPS WITH
1 i an A&P Cocoa
20c
125 Stumps with 1 Ib Fancy
Chop Tea.
i . ,70c
1
1
1
1
1
1
Starch, fir each,
or 1 at
')i
bot A&P Mustard
Ilk
bot Ammonia
I'll
enn Sultana Spice
10i
can Underwood's Sardines lih
can Old Dutch Cleanser.. 10c
can Imported Sardines... .12e
With l ib
FRESH
Roasted
i Creamery
Still talking about our Butter, have you ever tried it? It's
delicious and only 38c
S u n n y Qyoolc Qrand
Foncy selected in sealed
cartons, every egg Guaranteed. Per Doa.
.UTTERIN.E,25cl
DOPJT PAY SWORE
GROCERY
COUPON
Cut oul lliia coupon and present it at our store this
week uad by buying $1.00 worth or more of noodfl,
except Butter, Sugar un<! Egga. You will rc.-i.civr
Besides the regular and extra stamp:; sitft n on ».kl ,
From Monday, Novambur XGih.to
Saturday, November 21st
ThiscouptiunotGOod after Saturday. Nov. 21,1014
THE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA CO.
Ovi-r 80S stores in the United States
NOME BETTER
FREE DELIVERIES TO
Fair Haven, Oceanic, Rumson,
Tuesday and Friday,
Middletown and Atlantic High.
lands; Wednesday.
Highlands, Thursday.
Telephone 60.
BROAD STREET,
I
WAS
NOW
2 Mathushek & Son Pianos, one oak and one walnut^.
2 Opera Pianos, mahogany
Jacob Bros., mahogany
$4OO
$325
$300
$300
$250
. $225
1 Mathushek & Son, mahogany, Player Piano.
1 Mathushek & Son, mahogany, Player Piano
1 Rudolf, mahogany, Player Piano
1 Rudolf, mahogany, Player Piano
$300
$700
$450
$450
$650
$550
$400
$385
FREE DELIVERIES TO
Eatontown, Little Silver" and
Shrewsbury, Monday and
Thursday.
Navesinlc, Monday.
Belford, Tuesday.
Chapel Hill and Leonardo, Friday,
Vicfroloi
r. j .
house, Bteiim hent for Dariua Vundcr- fiont ol Ciuoi(,e At,net>'s pl.ue on .Clin- noiiily iuc.ovc.iud liom the injuries re- 16
marli, hot nil' heat for Richard Cousin ton uvenue.
ceived when he. was hit liy a trolley
heat for Mrs. Qichsinl I'.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Iloyee of Elizii- car.
Broobytorl.ino Will Havo n Sociable r r l - mid Ktraun
Walters1!) house nt Ucd lfiinlc. Mr. l)eth have been upending several days
'
day IHlfllt.
RayinSiid Jaycox shot a pheasant
and three rabbits last week. Some one
' A sociable for tlio benefit of theSherwoud luts the contract for plumb- with Mr. Uoyce's [inronts, Mr. ami
iiiK
and
licn'tine
V.
I'arker
Wilkinson's
Mrs.
Luther
Boyee.
poisoned one of Mr. Jayoox's dogs, but
l'lt'iihyterinn church will be held Kvi.loseph Winning in enjoying a vaca- the animal is K'eUhuv well.
duy' ni|?ht i" the Sunday-school room. now IIOUHO at Little Silver.
A p i s lump Inn; liecn placed on the
The proceed!) will lie applied to the James Norman & Son of Rod liank tion of liftcen days ami Percy Jlmijeler
are laying concrete wulkn in front of it> lllliiiK lii.i place an rural mail car- platform of the railroad station.
chape! fund.
,
tlie properties of Mrs. Mary J\. DanK- rier.
Louis Hoffman |i llK moved to Hvd
(Seorfte O. Nelson, formerly of lpr nnd .Tost')lhine Muntion on the enut
Kider L. I!. Giles conducted a fu- Hank.
Shrewsbury, htts Riven up "hia iiosition side of Main ulreet, north of tho railC, Irving 1'iiltersuii fell I torn a lad<in nuperviyoc of HCIIOOIB of 1'ompton rond eroasin|(. A very lar^e button- neral at Now London, Conn., last week.
Tllo lumber and coal oilico of U.der last week iinil was hndly brained
township in 1'asanio county, mid inwood tree in front of Mia. DanKlor'.'i
and
shnUiMi up.
Ilitfiuuson
&
Kon
hii.i
been
wired
for
BpemliiKf'tliu winter h e r e pluce has been cut down.
!o
electric lif>htn.
Itev. Hurton 3. K. Wity B aubject nt
Minn Kntherine VanHchoielt ifi visitOlinrlcii Riiklle i.'i rejhiiitlinKK liin
EVEKE'X'T HEWS.
tlie Motltodint church Suntlay morn- inK Mra. (Jeorge II. Honnott of NaiiRuliDUjit; on tlie Tinton I''allii road.
inK will IJO "The Mothorhood of God." tuclc, ('mm.
l'\ Stanley Hif-VKinHon in a new direc- Edward Frnnois tlio T.iHnnt Auto Ownai1 ,
At ni|(ht lie will preach the third of iv
lui' »C tin: bank.
MVB.
Moiiou
Humplon
of
I.onp;
wrii)» of buainetis nien'o sovmona on
--Mow Family In tlio MtlHiu House. I
Bwinch in nmltinK her home with her
....—-o.e~
"Who Will On Your Security?"
Kilwnrd Francis, Sr,, IIIIH bought mi ;
Mm. Willimn 11. Herbert in viuit- slater, Minsi Cluirlotte Muhlenbrinlt.
BHBEWBBUKT NEWS,
automobile.
Within tlio past year I
ftjr.
und
Mrn.
Abi'am
Lower
have
ini! licr niece »t Imlnyntown.
twelve automobiles have been sold to '
moved
to
Newark.
They
huvu
rented
JtiMlcnrii
ot
Cluiiit
Chulcli
to
ae«rt
Oln-ltitQwnrterly conference was held a t
iwi'ulontu of thi.'! locality.
mna Bnrrel to STorth 'Cavollnn.
the Methodist church Friday niKit, their houue to Hnrry Kuynmnd. 1(
MI-H. J . W. Conn leave birth to a son I
Tho MIHMO;! Nivifion have K°' - *°
The .1 uliiof.i of Chiist rhuivli will Thursday.
and the conKieKatlun adopted u reaoluI
Burton
IltiiKhtit,
Virginia,
where
they
brinif Rift(i to the rectory tomorrow
tion uskiim' eoiifcrenec to return Itev.
The condition of John HnnlaiiMon, I
will
spend
the
rent
of
the.
winter.
afternoon
for
u
('liriutmnH
Itnrrul
to
Burton J. K. Wuy us pimtor for
who IIIIH been very ni'-li, roinuiiiH about |
Mr. nnd Mrn. William K. Murphy In.' Kent to North Carolina.
tbti name. His niece, jMins l'jl.sio Uo!)- !
onotlior year.
and John Murphy, Jr., of New York
The
t'cndiiiK
club
met
yesterday
lit
ertii of Keyport, in with him.
j
.losopli
Anilcrnon
in
laid
up
with
a
v
upent
part
of
last
Week
with
John
Mi'H, Harry (1. llordt'n'B,
John H. Ktihvai'.on in l>tiilc11iij' a
Inure iliouldt't' due to n fall.
MUiphy.
J
'i'lie
I're.ihytcrian
llrothnvlumil
met
poultry lio«n« IKsKl I'cct for ('orneliun
Kifhurd I . Wnltoni hits hou!?l>t. n
Thoniaa Kinpittin linn moved to lii.-it Friday night and a imiftieal p r o - roiinrmy.
|
cycle (W. Ha i« hnvlnB it uvcrhnulod
ShrewHbiU'y,
Kraiii wan f{iven.
Tlie I'olltili fmiiily who have biini i
nl (hto ApplfllWl<!'« KiiraRO. , .
Mrii. Wllliuni I. Conover luiii been
George Stillo of Allnntown IH viulti'harh'H M. Patti'i'sion in repainting livinj; on Ileniy t'ronn'ii fnrm a t Holm- !
viailinK «>t Yntoa, Illinniii.
dol huvii moved in Matthew Mvillin'Si
liiti IIOIISB occupied by W. C ifunu.
in» Itev. Hurton J. K. Way.
,Mrn. Alfred IUioadon f(in'Q birth t» a lira, Kintnn Morford in huviliK « liiniHu on the croiis IOIHIH.
%\\a Methoilist duircli fund coinmltDr. Frank (!. Ihniry of Now Ilninste« met Monday ni|»ht to make plans fto^i Wcdnvodny.
barn I'enliin^led on her farm, occtijiieil
wlek WIIB ifiiiiniim' on liiii farm here
William Il,orliert loft last week on by Patrick MeCiiu.
to wipe out tlie church debt.
hint
wools.
Mia. it. I'l-aitU Wyclioir of Tinton
The toy sooutn met Mid organized nn uutoniubili! trip thtoinch Ifurliiu;ton
John ('nilon of Oceanic Dpent part
FIIIIH npent Moiitlny with Mrn. Kiuhnrd
county.
Monday night. Rev. Burton .1. K.
of hint week with l'nlrick Carton.
Wnrd ni-ni«r««t hiwi (fivcii u p iii.i H I W
Wny !ms been elected seattt mnster.
liarhMi M. I'n
tor.'ion speist, Friday
j . II, Shoi-wood Imii inatalled two liot (lusiitiwi in the ntore of Wolcott Bron,
«it
Now
York.
A t!«;mt'iil nldewidk him been Ijiit) in
Mr. 1'attvrHun has
i iiie in T U B UBK
It piiyn t»
air Wniwg in H,' U. K»ll«nb»ke'H
-
S
NEW INSTRUMENTS
EA'l'OHTtOWH HEWS.
1 Victrola VIII, cabinet, records, etc
1 Victrola VI, cabinet, records, e t c —
1 Victrola IV, cabinet, records, etc
'...
$71.20
47.20
°. .29.70
,,
.9.
All of the above mentioned bargains include the strong
fVIATPUSHEIC guarantee
BRANCH SALESROOMS:
5 Broad Street.
Bank, N. J.
Telephone 690
^
PROMPT
EFFICIENT
S A F E $>. ,
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ELECTRICAL REPAIRS | S ™Jfm BE^h
J^
EVERY DESCRIPTION
J»J
SSpcclnllatu i « F>rfv«t« X-Jomo jjoil Corrtiwot'clol W o r t s >Ji
OCEANIC, Borough of Reimsosi, N. J.
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THE ftEO UAUK REGISTER
P»5}« Four.
men were lifting their lobster pots I Most folks ju'e honest and it seldom ! can be obtained from anywhere >n the
off Sandy Hook, and investigated their j happens that an article is im-triey j country. Some colleKes and other incatch. He found thirty lobsters in the ' ably lost. These facts, combined with ! stitutions are now traininK men for
.OHN H. COOK. Editor «nd Publisher.
boat under the leKnl size. Evernham the tremendous circulation of THE • just such positions, and such trained
GEORGE C. HANCE. / . n o d u l e Editor.
threw all the small lobsters overboard REGISTER, make the recovery of a lost I men would be much better equipped
except six. He took the fishermen and article, when advertised in THE RKG- for their jobs than tin ordinary busithese six lobsters before a justice of \ IBTEB, about as certain as anything can ness man who was without training
THOMAS IRVING BROWN.
In your ease, as in any other case, death, which is no respecter of persons,
He shall be the chief executive of the
the peace at Seabright and the men.be except death and taxeH.
city and he shall be appointed for a
were fined -$20 for each of tli'e six
SUBSCRIPTION ritlCS:
may
come at any ininute. Are you true to yourself, careful of your estate, or ,
Ono yeai'
,
term
of
several
years,
or
for
an
inlobsters, making a line of $120 in all.
fair to your wife when you keep putting off from day to day the making of
*3I*. JllOIltllh
During the campaign just passed a | definite period, hut shall be removable
TlU'OP montha
deal was said and written about i by the commission. He shall be reyour will? Suppose that you should die suddenly without leaving a will. What
The men declared that they had been goodsearching
of titles in the county sponsible to the commission for the
~wS7misD7\YrN()v. is, lou lifting their lobster pots and that the the
would become of your estate? On the other hand, suppose you have made a
clerk's
office
and
in
the
office
of
the
proper
administration
of
ull
affairs
of
entire catch was dumped into the boat title company of Joseph McDermott. tho municipality and he shall have
will and named an individual as your executor. Can you positively guarantee
as the pots were lifted; and that when What ought to be done in this matter ! power to make all appointments. At
TOWN TAX.K.
all the pots on the line had been lifted is to simplify the sale of real estate | the head of tho departments of public
to your wife that the person selected'will be competent, that he will not die, OF
An incident occurred in New Jersey catch and throw all the undersized by avoiding searches of title entirely. | safety, public works, finance, etc., shall
disappear and leave the estate in a muddled condition? Again, suppose that you
should be no more legal expense j he a director who in qualified to carry
about ten days nifo which shows the
overboard, instead of sorting There
name your wife as your executor. Has she had any business experience? Will
in selling a house and lot or a farm ] out the special work of his department,
uttor barbarity of the present ironic lobsters
the lobsters as each pot was raised. than
there
is in selling a horse or cow.
laws. Oscar Philipson of North Phiin- out
not tho eare of the estate be a burden to her? Will she have the requisite
This
had
no
effect
on
the
Sealiright
lield, a hoy nineteen years old, shot a
knowledge to protect and conserve it? May not some unprincipled schemer
however, and the fine was imGradually the business affairs of
rabbit which was eatinK the cabbages justice,
When the case came up before
This can be accomplished by the en- municipalities are being put under
take advantage of her lack of business knowledge and rob her of what you have
in his yard. The law for shooting rub, posed.
Judge
Foster,
he
took
a
different
view
actment
of
what
is
known
as
the'"Torbusiness
regulations.
The
commission
bits was not up when he shot, the rab- of tilings. He held that in order to im- rens Title Law" in New Jersey. This form of government was one of the
earned and saved for her? It is a serious matter. It ia one that, in justice to
bit, mid lie was sent to jail for 120pose a tine the lobsters must not only law was devised by a man named. Tor- fixsLsteps-in this-diroction.- .The pas
da\'s. He shot the rabbit with a, gun be'in the possession of the "men, but rens, who" lived "in Australia half a sage of a law providing for the emyour wife, should receive your immediate attention. You are invited to come in
vvliieli had a chamber" for mure than
it to set- ployment of a city manager is another
and talk it over with the experienced officers of the:
two cartridges. He was sent to jail : that the lobsters must have been held j centuryJ !ago, and who devised
:
tie
titles,
" - all
" disputes
- over 'land' *
" :in
" Aus*"~ step. At the present time, except
for 100 days for sliontinl-' the rabbit for sale or consumption.
where'
there
is
a
commission
govern
tralia.
The
law
was
adopted
in
that
out of season, and twenty days wan
country and it has boon. adopted in ment, all public places in municipaliadded to bis sentence for shooting the
If the contention of thefishami
ties arenfiade the sport of politics. An
rabbit with a gun which would hold game warden is correct, that the mere most of the countries in Europe. It official
may have dono the very best
jiHire than two cartridges. After serv- fact of having an undersized lobster in has been adopted in ten of the states
of
this
country
and
adaptations
of
this
possible
work that could be done, l)ut
ing a week or two in jail Philipson was 1! possession subjects the possessor to a
y
p
Broad and Wallace Streets, Red Bank, N , J.
released on bail and an effort will bi fine or to imprisonment if the tine is law have been enacted in a consider- with a change of politics in tho local
government, out be goon. Ilia Rood
•iiiciili' to net tho state boanl of jmrdoiiH not. paid, then no man would dare go able number of other states.
work counts for nothing alongside of
to pardon him.
into the business of lobster fishing in
TIIQ Ideal Executor
New Jersey, When a lobster pot is ' This law is very simple. It provides the claims of some worker of the political party coming in power. A change Interest Paid on Deposits
lifted,
all
the
lobsters
in
that
pot
are
\
for
a
complete
examination
of
the
title
Safe Deposit Boxes to Rent
Philipson lias a younger brother and
the possession of the fishermen. If of tho piece of land by a proper of- in this plan of doing things, whether it
the two were the support of their in
comes about by a change in the form of
there
are
a
dozen
small
lobsters
in
the
:
ficial.
Then
the
court,
under
the
law,
widowed mother. This fact shows pot and the lobster pot is emptied in ' gives a certificate of title. This cer- government, or by a change which
liow this game law, which i^ in any the boat before sorting out, as has to itificate is virtually a deed for the prop- places municipal employees under civil
sense an outrageous law, can lie made be done in lobster fishing, then, ac-[ erty from the state, as well as from service regulations, would be a good «>*>>N"X«; > ^K-^*\K»x > <KK«o t ;*w^^>>*^
to work additional hardship. The law cording to this fish and game warden, j the previous owner. When the prop- thing all around.
is a barbarous one no matter in what
li>iht it is viewed, and no such law that fisherman is subject to a fine of erty is again sold, the certificate is (Town Talk continued on page 12.)
should ever have been permitted to be $210, and if the fine" is not paid the surrendered and a new certificate is
placed on the statute books of thestatc. fisherman must go to jail for eight issued at a nominal cost. A copy of
the certificate is recorded in the pubFor a toy to be sent to jail for four months.
lic books, and on the page of the book
months for killing a rabbit that was
where the certificate is recorded, a
At
the
trial
before
Judge
Foster,
a
eating bis garden crops is on a par
t o L. E"S. P a r k e r
with the laws of the middle ages, lawyer from the attorney general's notice of any future judgment, mortgage,
etc., is entered in a shingle lino.
where a i.ian was imprisoned a year office, who prosecutes the cases of the
for killing one of the king's deer. A lish and game commissioners, made the The complete record of the title is thus 30 West Front Street
few years ago a foreigner who wassame contention as was made by on one page of tho title, books.
Red Bkiik, N J.
cutting down trees in the northern Evernham, the fish and game warden.
part of New Jersey cut down a tree This shows that prosecutions of this
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About 25 years ago a determined
which had a robin's nest in it. In the kind are not solely due to the cupidity effort was made to enact this law in
next were four young robins. The man of fish and game wardens, who getNew Jersey. It was advocated by
got an open cage and placed the nest half the fines imposed for violations of most of the newspapers of the state,
The reason is simple: Low rent, small expenses and honestprofit, that give
and the young robins in it and placed the fish and game law, but that pros- but many of the lawyers opposed the
you your money's worth with every purchase. We GUARANTEE every sale.
it where the mother bird could care ecutions of this kind are conducted by law on the ground that it would deTiros and Tubes Vulcanized
for the young ones. A game warden the high officials of the state, as a prive them of part of their business.
W« specialize in
learwedvtf the occurrence und the manregular practice of the fish and game Since then there has not been much All Work Guaranteed
Terms Cash
was arrested and sent to jail for eighty men. The absolute injustice of any agitation in favor of the law, until
days on a\ charge of having had four such law is recognized at a glance, and recently. A short time ago the nationyet the men selected to have charge of al society for uniform laws in all tho
robins in ntis possession.
the fish and game laws are men ofstates recommended that the Torrens
such narrow minds that they would title law be enacted in all states where
An assortment of Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats that: will
It is well enough to protect bird and put fishermen in jail who have emptied it had not been already adopted, in
animal lifcymit it is better yet to have undersized lobsters from a lobster pot order to make changes of land titles
suit the most critical and at prices that will meet with your approval. |
a feelinjr of justice toward human into their boat.
uniform throughout the country. At
beings, and a belief that the welfare of
the recent governors' convention,
human beings is the ultimate end to be
OUR SPECIAL.
Regular $15 value.
which was attended by most of the RED BANK GARAGE COMPANY,
gained. New Jersey has a set of fish Ono would imagine that the people governors of all tho states of tho
of
Now
Jersey
who
possess
ordinary
Bridge
avenue,
near
station,
and game commissioners who virRegular $15
OUR SPECIAL.
Union, the adoption of the Torrens
tually have power over thefishandcommon sense would rise up against law by all the states of the country
EED BANK, N. J.
valued
game laws of the state. Any men who such action as this and demand that was urged.
Prices reasonable and estimates
would favor a law which would per- such injustice shall be abolished. But
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mit of such barbarism as that of the they wont do anything of the sort.
OUR SPECIAL. B O Y S 1 S U I T S , 6 to 16 years, 9 . 4 . 7 8 . - Regular
i'
cheerfully given.
1'hilipson case ought to be put out of Republicans and Democrats alike
This law would make the titles to
$7.98 value.
oil'ice at once. Moreover, the entire would rather see the rankest kind of real
estate clear and unassailable.
done by officials of their own
' fish and game commission law should injustice
Now, when a man wants a loan on his
party
brand,
than
to
see
absolute
justie repealed. It costs the state of New tice prevail through the work of of- real estate, or if he wishes to sell his
Jersey tens of thousands of dollars a
of the opposite party. And soproperty, a search costing from $10
For Men, Women and Children that give comfort:
year to maintain the present fish and ficials
as people put the welfare of pol-to !f200 is made, and the buyer even
and wear and that have syle &t our special prices,
game commission and the fish and long
then is not. protected against attack W E G I V E Y O U B O T H .
iticians
of
their
party
ahead
of
public
Kaine laws. The total benefit received welfare, such injustice as that of the unless ho pays also for a title guaranand that means 20 to 30 per cent less than elseQur Hat won;, washed and ironed
'from these law's' dues not: ennui the sum Philipson case and such injustice as tee. Every time, the property is sold
where. Try us for your next pair of shoes.
spent, let alone improving conditions. when this case came before the Sea- or a new loan is made, the same course ready for use, at 3G cents per dozen,
table, bed and toilet linen, and
has to be followed. Each property includes
bright man, is bound to prevail.
cheaper and better than you can do
thus has a continual expense attached is
T|ie fish and game flaw's of New
it
at
home.
It saves time and labor
to it on every transfer.
Jersey are not made for the benefit of
that yourself or servant can spend
ordinary men. Those laws are not Charles E. Poulson, a barber at.
better in another way.
made i'or the purpose of increasing the Red liaiik, is one of an army of REG- The national society on uniform
Our collars have that neat domestic
fish and game supply of the state and ISTER readers who follows Luke Long- state laws drafted a measure which finish that good dressers demand.
<>r making fish and game cheap and head's advice. He has implicit faith they urged be enacted in all states
Our shirts are ironed by hand or by
plentiful, but the laws are made for in Luke Longhead «nd in the power of where the Torrens law is not now in the new pressing machine method,
the benefit of those who fish and bunt written words when they are placed in operation.
whichever way our customers prefer.
The
annual
conference
of
for sport. This is a wholly1 wrong RKGISTER want advertisements. Two governors endorsed this law. With
QF»EN E V E N I N G S .
Then there are the many other
principle for the enactment oi laws of weeks ago IIr. Poulson's dog was miss- this influence exerted in its favor the things
about the home, such as curany kind, but it is the principle on ing and it:; owner placed an advertise- law
A L L . C A I 2 S P A S S T H E DOOR.
tains,
blankets,
bath
mats,
washable
ought
speedily
to
be
enacted
in
which tho fish and game laws of New ment in tho paper oiFerinp; a reward all slates. It would not only save all rugs, portieres, etc., that people oftep
Jersey have been founded for the past for the recovery of the lost household the present expense for searches of send to dry cleaners, and pay double
*'x^^^^
forty years. It has flourished under pet. The barber knew from what Luke titles, but it would make the owner of for, because they dont know wo do
Republican administrations and under Longhead had told him, and from his property secure against all attacks on them.
Democratic administrations.
own personal observation, that THE the title of his land.
Why not send for ua to call and do
REGISTER is read by everybody who
your work?
can read in this part of Monmouth.
Tho fish and game commission of county. Knowing this he knew that if
It is said that the Torrens law will
F father had only had the foresight
New Jersey should lie abolished and the dog were found by an holiest per- be introduced into the New Jersey
the fish and game commissioners son it would bo returned.
legislature at the coming session. It
to insure."
should he put out of their jobs as
ought to be passed. It will probably
({iiickly as a law for that purpose
receive considerable opposition from
62 White St., BED OAHK, M. J.
could be passed. But this will not hap- Mr. Poulson's confidence was notthose whose personal affairs will be
Don't make it possible for your children
Telephone 32-J.
pen. The Democrats, who will go out misplaced. It was more than fulfilled. prejudiced by its passage, but this
of power in New Jersey on the first of His advertisement brought forth re- ought not to prevent the enactment of
to
say
that—a reluctant complaint forced
January, have boon just :is truckling sults peculiar and unlooked for. It a law which will be of so great an .idto (he element which wants such laws did all that Air. Poulson expected and vantage to the people of the state.
from those who loved you and depended
on Hie statute hook as the Republicans did a whole lot more than he expected.
have ever been. And the Republicans, He lost only one dog, but enough dogs
upon you.
who will come in power in New Jersey .vero brought to him by reward seekers
Asbury Park will undertake to get
on the first of January, will act into slock a dog farm. Mr. Poulson says commission
government this winter.
exactly tho same way as their party the advertisement was like a young
Insure now—while you are insurable.
and as the Democratic party has al-giant, who, not knowing his full This plan is constantly gaming aupas the best plan for governing
ways acted.
strength, accomplishes more than he port
Delays in life insurance are often danmunicipalities of all sizes. Some of
set out to do.
the largest cities of the West are
governed
by
commissions,
and
from
gerous.
The fish and game commission law
and all other laws concerning fish,
From the time that the paper was large cities commission governments
game, oysters, clams, etc., should be issued, containing the advertisement run down to small villages.
* * *
repealed. Then a law should be passed for the dog, it fairly rained dogs at
providing for the appointment of one the Poulson home and at the barber
Commission government is supposed
man, thoroughly competent, who would shop. Even yet someone with a stray to be wholly free from politics. In
have charge of the entire fish and canine stops Mr. Poulson on the street most municipalities
this is the ense.
p
game business of the state. This man or goes to his house or his shop. To Conequently
in most municipalities
should not be appointed because of his Mr. Poulson it seemed as if everybody Consequently in politicians are opprofessional
family connections, nor because he ismade up his mind to earn that re- the
h
posedd to the
it
h movementt whenever
a contributor to campaign funds, nor ward. It seemed as if every stray conies
up. Discussion concerning combecause of political pull, but because dog on the streets was picked up and mission government has been going on
be lias the necessary scientific knowl-' led around to Mr. Poulson, in hopes for some time in Asbury Park, and BO
edge and because he has the necessary that one of the clogs so picked up far no political opposition has been
common sense to fill the position prop- would he the right one. The right manifested. Throughout Now Jersey
F0KREST F . DRJfDEN, PrenifaU j "
Just put a few dropa of Sloan's
erly. His job should not be a political dog did come along the day after the about half the municipalities which
on the painful spot and the pain
one in any sense of the word, and hepaper was out, but that didn't stop the have held elections to vote on a comotops. Ifc ia ireally wonderful
•should not be liable to be thrown out of wrong dogs from coming. The door mission form of government have
how quiokty Sloan's acts. No
his place by changes in the political bell at the Poulson homo rang at alladopted the new plan.
administration of the state.
times of the day and tho caller waa
need to rub it i n l a i d ou lightly
»
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invariably some one with a dog. A
it penetrates to th.0 bono and
number bf calls were received on the In tho West, where commission
brings relief nt onco. Killfl
•Such a course would result in a telephone, two of them being from government in many municipalities
rhcumutio paia instantly.
marvelous change of conditions in New men at Everett and Long Branch, has been under way a number - of
Jersey. Barren flats along the shore, who had picked up dogs and who
years, a new principle has been
Mr, James. E, Ate&snfier, of North
THE CRY OF
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which have now been dredged to death, thought that one of the canines was put in force. This is the appointflarpawcll, Me., u>riU$: "Many etralna
in my bick end hipa brought on rhcu~
wuuld be made to yield ten times the the one lost by Mr. Poulson,
ment by tho commissioners of a "city
mati
i
im
m
irt
th
solatia
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£
biul
it
no
amount of soft clams which they have
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manager," who has general charge of
b d ono niaUt
U whea
h eUtias
U i iu my chair,
hi
ever yielded under natural conditions.
all business matters pertaining to the
tlmt I liad to Jump on my foot to got
relkL I at once applied your Llci
Llcimcnt
The same is true of the oyster and
All kinds of dogs were brought to municipality. Seventeen of the citieo
to tho
h ntfcotml
tftl partt and
d in
i leas
l s tliea
tl tm
t
liard flam grounds of the stale. Bird Mr. Poulsou by reward seekers. The of the country are now governed in
it waa perfectly easy, I tblak
life would be better protected than at barber says ho never before knew this way. This city manager in cm- iiminutes
id tho boat oi &U linimeata I have
aver used."
present. (Jame would be more abund- there were so many types of the canine ployed at a good salary by the commisant and more available as an article family. Lively dogs, sad-faced dogs, sioners who are elected under the comof food.' Scientific fish laws would be friendly dogs, snarling curs, aristo- mission government plan, and he takes
passed which would have for their end cratic (logs, down-nt-thc-heels dogs charge of all business affairs of the
©s heretofore.
$tthe increase of fish for food instead of and every other kind of a dog that city in the same way that a superinHARDWARE—Seasonable Goods aro now-being displayed,..aueh as ROBES, QLOVB8, *4
b:»ving the sport of rod and line fish- could be imagined were brought to the tendent of a factory takes charge of
iriK (<>r their end, nH at present. Tho Poulson house. Some people brought all factory work.
HEfiTING STOVES, HflWOES, OIL HE&YEBS, and in foot any kind of heating apparatus, |f
shellfish of the state would be in-two or three dogs, feeling sure tliat
a * *
You will find our slook and,futilities replete. (8ea-our Enamel Ranges). Heavy and Light Pi
creased tenfold, instead of getting one of them would be the right one.
The New Jersey laws provide for
Krareor and scarcer year by year as at But Mr. Poulson says that tho trouble
Hardware of ail kinds. Palriia, Oils, Brush©8» Builders' 1 Hardware a- specialty.
$1
present.
and annoyance of being pestered by the government of any municipality by
ELECTRIC—8f
you
are
considering,
tho
lighting
of
youp
house,
let
us
estimate
and
fliva
£j
a
eommiBsion
whenever
tho
voters
of
so many people with dogii was more
«- * *
A! el! (i!i;!,Tj,2!-,
than compensated by the recovery of the municipality decide on thin course.
you expert advios. Our methods a r e up4o-dato and a t your command.
.. ^j
Send
four
cents
fra
atnmps
fax
u
At present there is no law in New
Hut thin will not lake place. New tho right dog.
PLURflBINQ—Tho modem methods used. In this lln« are ona of the, features of thla H
Jersey providing for the employment
Jersey is ruled by politics and the welTRIAL BOTT1E
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of a city manager. Thin method of
fare of the people ban to give way to
branch. Many new and important ehattfes era oonelantly taking plm®. We a r e allva to §
Mr. Poiilsoii's success In gelling government has been endorsed by the
tho manipulations of politicians who
Dr. Earl S. Sloan, lee
the«e conditions, lot w) estimate with you.
^
have friembr to reward. This in tin;back his dog through a RKCI.STKK ad- national municipal league of the
Depl. B.
PUkd* !pk», Pm.
case, no mailer which party in invertisement was attended under un- United States, which held its annual
In addition to those mentioned there ie n© firm batter ecjulppodl far RQCfFSNG. of all %
power. It will continue to he the case usual though not altogether unprece- meeting in September, and it was nh;o
'kinds, SHEET METAL, SLflTINQ, TILE ROOFIW0, ETC., ETC.
%
in long us (he people themselves pre- dented circuni.stances. His experience endorsed by the municipal league rnnfer party nuccrmi to public welfare. waal somewhat; similar to that of thevo.nliim, which was hold at Baltimore
owner of a lofil fur neckpiece who of- last week. The civic association of
•
o-ivo-tl-o
fered a reward In f.hi! person lindiiiK Montclnir in thin ulato ban boon agiVim Uiimv tti« teiTlblB iillllc.tlun Hint I V
•Hnlgo John 10. Po.stor performed a HIP neckpiece and leaving it at Till-: tating the matter of a city manager
men to inntiy li(nn*n from (lie rcmiit of
righteous act lust, week when be f^ave HKIIIHTKU ollicu. When the owner law for Home time, rind a incumiro will
(IrlliKlitK tulHhimil of HUM. Vnu Know
called
at
Iho
office
three
neolcpieiT
be
prepared
by
thi;t
(inxofinUon
and
will
f t!»> inuiuiy w m i t n l mi " D r i n k " (hilt,
n decidion under the fish and game law,
<
l
mM'cinii In liio homo to inn^hftttn roml
b«
introduced
in
tho
legislature
thin
{tlong Iho very linen of which I huvo had been left, and one was the right
nil ' lollilni:. m i n i m : l.un MUVKI thounwinter.
lieeii vyriting above. Two Long Branch
mitt ol' ilrltiUink >m*n, II )i) a fiotnu
(i'lieinii'ii, 1 mils William', and Glmilcii
iviil m-nt niitl o n i IM' ( U V H i u r r c l l y .
our nullify w i n ho refunded If, «f(or u
Ollliini", hull been an third for having
Any nrliili1 thai i.t nol lo/,( for keeps
The lneamire to he piepnud will -lnl, It IIIIH failed t « tiriii'fll. cliMtn only
lobsU-ns In Iheir pwluqioit under the or dial i, not found by H dishonest
a I n n . *'*»«>• h i a n d K*e n fiv.i
provide
Hint
tincity
mnniwr
of
any
t niji! !«t nn Ult ypu of tin* g^Mi
f-'tfot nl. «>. >I. II. Kvi'inhuiii, u fiiih mid ] pen mi If, iilinoM rcitnin 1<> bt> nvov
^_ nmnirinnlitv nood nol he a Whirii'iit of
U
to dolinr
J o i n t * i'«"|>ct, )t..
jM'fli' v.nrrk'ii, ivoiit out Id whoie the erril by » UvuimtM ndwrtisiinmt. tli.i mumi'ifmlity not of the state, but
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THE. BED BAMK- REGISTER.
Pago Five,
MG&MSSL, B8WS.
3WWKSS C O T S . S 8
oQ the alms of THE BROAD STREEF BAZAR is.to sell goods i©w©r
SUMS S A W S *
tOB/S7ttO»X, "
The towniMp committee met'here
eilnegday aiid paid a number of road
ills. After the first of the year the
omntitteo waitings will probably be
Btes* o( « » Bis-»sf SSKSI ««. Sew sld irs the oW gchoottioune building,
'or n>anf years tho township business
as been transacted i« a room which
UatW Hovaa Its ©See. ,
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Eunice Cowley, daughter of H. E. e committee leases in Edward W.
Cowtey, celebrated to fifth-birthday 'errlne's hotel.
test Friday night. The SWUM was dec- Pierre IJuBois of Alaska, who has
crated with crepe paper, icrna and ;an visiting relatives and friends to
Ja locality several weeks, has gotta
'•chrysanthemums, t t e gucate played
games ant!-enjoyed a supper. * « o s o outii for a sojourn with Ids brother,
ferry
DuBois.
present were Edna Morrig, lirraa Wateon, Ronui W)i! Bfctha Eastmond, Mary Last week William G. Ely sold teams
Broandur, UHfan »nd Adeithia Wilson, if horBesto.judson Conover of MataElisabeth Stanford, Helen and Be-ran end William V. Ely of Crenbury,
atrice Aumari!, Donald Gardner, Wil- md single horses to C. T. Atkins of
fred Poling, Edward Dodd, Harry tianasgonn, K. Conovor of Metuchcn
Seaman, Edward Ryan, Allen Conroy, ind a Bahwny firm, •
Gerald Broander, Daniel Wilson, Ar- Daniel and .Charles Ely, Edward
.thnr..•AuoiRckj • J*r, •-Charles Carhart, ley'ev and Chriney 8. Holmes went to
Charles Conipton, Charles Wilson Princeton Saturday to seo the Yale
Jemes Overtoil and Miles Murphy.
*rSnC8ton football gam©.
Fred Johnson of Atlantic Hlghlanda,
Mrs. Alesj L, McCIccs is confined fr>
James und John Covert, Jerry Shee- iia house with a sprained tinkle. Slio
ban. Spencer Bucklln, David Wilson, van injured while getting out of an
Boscoe and John Paynter, Norman m'tomobile last week.
and Clyda Carhart. Frank Collins,
Mortimer English of Kalamazoo,
Carl LeBellu and Oscar and Irvine HiehlEun, upent part of last week with
•Broander went to Now York Sunday Mends here.
to see the start of tho six-day bicycle
Rev. P. N. Baeder, pastor of tho Ee*»co at Madison Square Garden. For 'ormed church, ia expected home next
ebc consecutive years many of the cok from New York state, where he
fesyB haw not missed thn utavt of
a on a Kunninu trip.
liK-day race in New York.
Mrs. Harry Erriclcson and son of
The Now Point Comfort Bcuch com- Freehold have boon spending several
pany moved its office Thursday from days with Mrs. ErricltBon's mother,
the hotel to the eacond floor of ita new Mrs. A. A. ERolph.
building on tho corner of Carr avenue
Mts. Jonathan I. Holmo3; who reand the boardwalk The new offices are cently underwent an operation at St.
Atted with gas end electric lights. The Barnabas hospital at Newark, is rapcompany is putting in a row of pilings idly recovering and is expected homo
at the bathing ground and also at the eforo the holidays.
"dancing pavilion, to protect them from Miss L. A. Doren, principal .of the
ice and storms thin winter.
Ocean Grove ochoql, Kayc a dinner
A Thanksgiving sermon will be party to a number of friends a t Edpreached nt the Methodist church next ward W. J'errine'fi hotel at this place
Sunday morning. At night the topic last Friday,
will be "Satan and Satanic Power."
St. Paul's Epworth leaguo orchestra
Hevival services start next Monday of Long Branch, assisted by Mrs.
nigtit at the church and continue twf Margaret Asey-Hesse,-- elocutionist,
weeks, except Saturdays. About 10i will give an entertainment a t the
persons attended the Dutch suppe: Baptist church Friday, December 4th.
held last Thursday night at the George Crawford will appeal to the
church. An entertainment was ren-county tax board for a reduction of an
dered, which consisted of voeal ee- assessment on his automobile. Mr.
lections by George King, Mrs. P. B.Crawford bought the car last Bummer
Hill, Miss Georgianna Arrington^ano for $1500, and the assessment on it is
David Mullison; piano selections bjj
George King and Eleanor Book, reel poo.
tationa by Mrs. VanPelt and Mist
HBWS.
MacCurdy, and a reading by Mrs
Carrie Patenaudc. Tho supper conFuplla Perfect In Attendance
sisted of baked beans, frankfartem
&nf3 Z?unctittRUty.
and other Dutch dishes.
Pupils who xvere neither absent nor
About eighty persons attended thi
supper Saturday night in the Majestii tardy the past month are:
Primary
dnpnrtmont— *Vera Riddle,
theater, given by the Now Point Com Lillian HulmijH,
Conover, "Runfort chemical engine company. Th<licll 'romlliiaon, *.I«H«P>I
•Harry Carter, "Philip
company cleared about $16. The sup- Riddlo. •-lohn aionliard*. »Kred IjOilffOnMildred Sanborn, "Ella Kclry, *J.
per was served in German stylo by th ilorf
Carter; 'Chester Ulddle, JOIIII
chef of Camp Jahn. John Rowland Drover
Kelly, 'Tlioortoro I'lllta, •Ucrhart MouhBichard Steppanakie, Al. Lucas an er, Alfred Winter, John H. Vernoll.
Gnimmur department—*'i'onuent FenAl. Franck were the committee ii
Ian, *CIH>VII\S Kolly, "George Wous<-i,
charge of the supper.
•Ularnnco Mauser, •Kathryn Sj'Ivoatoi,
Eflinger Rockefeller and Howar Milton Tomllnsnn, "Carl Wllltor, '.lolu
*Mary
Sird, who are employed by George "W. Kolly, •Frank Harvey.
Mlirtin Szenotra, •HorEittenhouse & Son, enjoyed a few•Shtila-Mullln,
bert Wintor, llarolil White, * Helen
days' vacation ^ast week, •which tho; Vaughan.
spent gunning ip Pennsylvania. The; Miss Jennie Fenton has been visitreturned last IJriday with thirty rau inf? at Asbury Park.
bits,gfdur squirrels, six quail and
The chapel is being repainted and
pheasant.
,, ,
re-decorated. The work will be paid
William Owen _.of Brooklyn- hn .for with money "cleared by the'lailics'
"""owarded" tho contract for a $4,00 aid society by a supper. Other imhouse on-Center avonuo to Harry Bea provements aro also being made to the
man & Co. The house will bo o!chapel. No services were held in the
stucco, 40x60 feet, and will contain 3 building Sunday because of the re
;
rooms. The house will be used as
repairs.
boarding house next summer.,
Mrs! William H. Thompson enterMrs. John Slaakwegt, who has bee tained Mr, and Mrs. Joseph W.
visitim,' at Wullintrford, Pennsylvaim Thompson, Miss Edith Thompson and
returned last week for a short vis Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Alexander-on Sunhere. Miss Eleimov Kelly of Walling day.
ford accompanied her. Mrs. Slanl;
The ladies' aid society will meet
went will live at Philadelphia thi Thursday
at tho home of Mrs. Robei t
winter.
Tilton of Newman Springs, formerly
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Moore left Sa of this placo.
urday for Whitimin, Masaathusctt
Edward Sutphen last Thursday shot
where they will spend two weeks. Froi a jack
rabbit weighing eight pounds.
Whitman, they will p> to JJcGnr
-Ncw
retu
such wtaes again before Christinas.
;es' $!2 Suits el H I
52.00 ALL WOOL SERGE SKIRTS ftT
In plain s t y l e .
It is not very often you gel an opportunity liko this, where
you cuii buy the whole suit for less than tin: price of tho mtiteriul
itloiic. Btyii.sh, long cuat models of all wool serge, navy and black.
Only o n e toU r i i s l o i n e i ' .
§3.00 AND 53.50 SKIRTS AT $2.45.
Blin'k iind n a v y , lint: « e r g e
$18.00 SUITS ST §12.03,
RectuiKu of Ihft uniisually warm fall we ace forcRtl to soil tlinm
at a tremendouH loss. Made of men's wear serge, fancy tailored
bucks with button trimming, new style skirt, all sizes.
skills, Iriimurd
\vi|li
•ell1 lmllons,
tunic effect, all sizes.
GHILDREW'S BfllWCOATS AT SPECIAL PB8CES.
iji^.OO value now $1.35; iji:t.5O value, nuw $2.75.
$10.00 COLLEGE ©SRL ©OATS AT $8.85.
Swfigger, classy styles, patch pockets, deep collars and cuds
in rii-li lieuvy1 jilftids of English i t
G I R L S ' C O A T S A T $ 1 . 8 5t o $ 4 . 0 3 .
M a d e o f a l lwool f a s h i o n a b l e material;-, boiled a n d l
w i t h velvet c o l l a r s mid I'anry btitl.i>us, linr'd t l n ' o u y l i o n l , izi's 0
to
HANO8OK/iE FULL LENGTH FALL COATS AT §
Boautifully tailored and trimmed models in rich, warm cloth
and novelty mixturcH, styles that can be worn on any occasion.
years,
GIRLS' 55.00 ALL WOOL SERGE DRESSES AT $3.95.
M a d e of a l lw o o l
•s <i t n I ' l y e a r s .
EXCEED1P4OLY ATTRACTIVE-STYLE COATS, $9.7B to §10.75.
Beautifully tailored models. Some with broad fitted belts
and full pippin buck and trimmed with larfje 1'niicy hiiltons.* Made
<>£ novelty weaves, all sizes.
serge.", UUKMHII
tnntt1, I r i n i i n i ' d
w-ilh ?
WOMEN'S LONG WHITE GLOVES.
Fine
k i dwith
wide
n i liirms,
U'-ltiillun
a l$ 1 . 0 0 ;
I ii-linlloii
at §1.85.
BEAUTIFUL NEW DRESSES, $1.88 to $14.85.
No matter which price you wish to pay you will find a dress
for style, material and workmanship in the newest combinations.
Plain or fancy trinimed styles with tho latest Russian tunic skii't,
materials of all wool serges, silk poplin and velvets, all sizes.
WOMEIM'S CHAWOiSETTE GLOVES AT 25c. and 49c.
T w o - o l a s p , in w h i l e , t u n , grtiy a m i l t u l u r a l .
NEW LOW BUST MODEL CORSETS AT $1.00.
Made of fine and strong cuutil, double boning, also broad
steel. Good for the housewife.
UNDERWEAR FOR WOKEN AND CHSLDRER3.
Women's $1.25 union suits at SSo. Fleeced lined, cotton
ribbed, medium and heavy weight, long or short sleeves.
Children's heavy fleeced lined, cotton ribbed vests and pants
in all sizes, special at SSo.
Boys' ribbed underwear, 25c. value now 19o., in all sizes.
WOMEN'S GOOD STOCKIWGS AT
Medium weight eotlnn, regular and extra nixes; others
1Oo. to $1.00.
COMFORTERS.
$1.50 Comforters now ©8o. $2.50 Comforters now $1.98.
.$•4.00 Comforters now $2.08. Large sizes, white, cotton filling,
snteen covering:.
LOW PRICE ON WOMEN'S SWEATER COATS.
$2.50 value, $1.98; $:s.5O value, $2.95; ^5.00 value, $3.05.
50c. BRASSIERES AT 25c.
Guaranteed for lit and ilialerial, embroidery trimmed, all
.
LACE currents AT SPECIAL PRICES.
Nottingham lace curtains at 440., 2V2 yards long, made of
double thread net, with overlooked edge.
LINEN CRASH TOWELING AT 10c.
Extra heavy, soft and absorbent, will not liul, brown or
white, plain or with colored borders.
MET LACE CUfSTMlNS AT 95c.
3 yards long, new patterns.
CHILDREN'S HATS AT 49c. and 98c.
Variety of the finest till wool male-rials, in a wide
of patterns.
IE1P0RTED SCOTCH CSJRTOINS AT $1.85.
% yards long, excellent copies of Irish point.
WINDOW PANELS AT 3SC.
1)4 inches wide, white and Arabian.
flection
CHILDREN'S BLANKET BATHROBES AT 08c.
Pink, blue and lavender designs, scalloped edgings, frog
fastenings, sizes 2 to 0 years.
IMPORTED SCOTCH MADRAS CURTAINS AT 95c.
2Va yards long, cream and white, assorted patterns, splendid
for dining and living rooms.
CHILDREN'S SWEATER COATS AT 35c. to $2.95.
Hard twisted yarn, in mannish weaves, with heavy • hawl
collar and pockets, alt wanted colors, sines 24 to :}'i.
SUPERIOR BED EW3LINS, IN FALL WEIGHTS, OF DEPEND.ABLE..QUALITV.'AT- EXCEPTIONALLY - LOW PRICE®.
72x00 seamed shoots at 37c. Made of good standard muslin.
72x00 seamed sheets at 40c. Made of bleached heavy quality sheetings, round thread and no dressing.
CHILDREN'S STOCKINGS AT 12%c.
Bliii'k, w h i t o < m d b r o w n ,
fine
lisle ( i m p l i e d ,
metlii
in1 heavy
weight, all sizes.
T\
N.' J.
E. SPRITZLER, Proprietor
W E ARE STIL.L,
iew Buick automobile. He is btiildinK
W. Rittenliouse & Son on the new Kurago and reshinKlinK ln_s barn,
liouaes of Philip K. Dillon and Cath- harles Soulia of Vamlevburg is doing
erine C. Fox tit Baacon Bcuch. Both tlie work.
CKniokcrbooker Pharmacy)
houses will be ready for occupancy
George Mouser has taken the agency
iy spring.
or Eagle motorcycles. He has sold
Broad
a
n
d
Monmouth
Streets,
Red Bank, N. J .
Nicholas Bankcnberg of Now York a twin cylinder nino-horse power maTeloplione 12S
visited hio parents, Mr, and Mrs. Bank- chine to his brother, Charles C.
enborg of Seeloy avenue; and J. D.
€«»>x«<<«c<«^^
Aumack and family of the Bronx were Mouser.
->»-•-«- -at their cottage on Pino View avenue
COIT'S NECK imVTS.
recently.
TELEPHONE Z47-R
William Stanford has boURlvt a new ouls Suyder Buys an AutottioWIo—Two ESTABLISHED 1854
bakery wafton, made by Tilton &
£ZovlngT0 lu tho Village.
Cherry of Kcyport. - The wnfton is
Louis Snyder hus a new automobile,
yellow and brown, with red and brown which he botight nt New York last
leUerinKWednesday. His brother-in-law from
Xucus & Guol are buildinu u sixteen- New York state is visiting him and he
Real Eatafe and Insurance
foot Frame uddition to the rear of their i3 teaching him to run the automobile.
resiUiiirmit on tho bonrclwulk. The ad- Walter Fields has finished painting
dition will bo used as a Uitehen.
the Reformed parsonage and h now S8-64 BROAD STREET
RED BANK, N. J.
Mrs. Charles Unrig had tho niis- painting James C. Sickles's house at
forlums to break her ^li^ses last Fri- Scobeyville.
Fire, Life, Accident, Tornado and
day, and she hud to ifo to Long'
Mrs. Crapo, housekeeper for Rev.
Branch to Ret a new pair.
.,
Cktnve VanBeverhoudt, is spending a
Plate Glass Insurance
• C. II. Watson, who is assistant vacation ut Now York.
cannier in the bank, left .Sundayfora Mrs. William Hartshovno and
week's gunning trip in Capo May laughter Anne spent Friday at Now
county, New Jersey.
York,
-.
Walter Uniidoiph has had a new Howard Matthews and family of
frame front added to bis garage 0M Ked Rank spent last week with Mr.
Main street. Charles Hastings did Matthews'ii.brother, Frank Matthews.
the work.-,
. . .
Mr. and Mrs. George Harvey
•I. Suyre, I'liRineer on the dredge Hint ..jug Branch are making a stay with
is wido'nintr HH' crook, lias routed one Mrs. Harvey's parents, Mr. mid Mrs.
of R. \V. Austin's houses on Seeloy George SofTcl.
A Polish family who have been ocavenue.
' Charles Sliillimin_ und family of .Jer- cupying one of' Frank S. Wcekfl'sJ
isitcd
Mi;.
Skillmiin's
parhouses have moved in tho White house,
sey City
ents, Mr. nd Mrs. .1. SkiUmun, last between this place and Scobeyville.
Caesar Leonard will move from the
weplt.
C, B. Coll'ms, wlio auft'cred a. Vlll'lily- lioime ho lma boon occupying on the
tic Htvoiie u week n|?o Monday, hna re- .Scobeyville road to Air. WOCICS'B house.
covered BUfflcleutly to be out agam.
Art metal ceilings have been put up
Mian Carrie I'rojaha of New York in two bedroom!) in the farmhouse
hus been visitiiiK Mr.ind Mrs. TIIOIHUH owned by William W. Tiiylor of Rod
Sulllvuii at their Berkshire house.
Bank, mid rented by William W. OonoAn iiiHpcction of l'oint Comfort liclit v«r. The work w;\« done by Dimiel H.
was made Thuradny afternoon by Ku-Cook of Ucd Hank. Many metal eeiiSo much war nown in tlio papers IH enough to i;ivo one tho malady comneiiiilendent Fred 0. HiiiKfilmrg.
ingsi have been put up in fanuliousca
Mrs. Willlaiu II. Anderson moved in thin locality durinp the pant few monly known ne a "Pain in the Neck." But tho war I am raising with aomilast week tii Bed Hank, whom ulie hai yeni'H. They are morn ilnrnhln siml of (h« old heulei'H in Uctl Ili\iil( should be u romindin- that you should hnvn
Tented a house on Broad iitroot,
ittibatimtial than'coilinga of other nin- your healing syatcm oveilimiled boforo tlio.su Winter Blasts hit you, and
Lottcra aro advortifioil nt tho panl- Icrial, and tbo furniorii liavc found
ofiii'o for Williimi 0. Kdlen, Frank Lny- them this must ei-onomiciil in tho Ionic (tivo you such a nain that will ho beyond me to repair.
ton and Wntson TrowbridRO.
In repairing furnncon tmtl amolco pipes I use only Hio Imul grade of gnlrun.
TIIB Ki;nnnl>ui'K Maennevcnov vjil
vauissed Iron. Tho number o( yearn that it will remain in service ia tliu
jrlvu » dinner to its riicmberii tit the
b««t jtonf. .
Youi'a tm motu beat and loan wav,
HERE AT LAST!
clulihiiiuie TlinnliBKiviui? «w.
Thcodoru and Kitfus 'I'ninx of the KrlniulH mill n i H t m i i i ' m i l i v h u r c l i y IK>UCreek road are upenditit; tlie winter u ili-u Unit \ v « tirtvi^ HIM^\U-I '1 Vioin D r . O . K . 7 4
Red Bank,' M. J
•Phono 234J.
Street.
C r c w d i l n n ( I t r m i l d r n , N , V., t h o -•mlt!
1(IIU<II;II, North Carolina.
In in.11 IIIM l u i i i o n n ( i l l l . M M N
Kred Sln(;el of Newark iM HiiencmiK I'I«I)|H
I I I , 101 W I N ] - ; , a r i ' i m n l y l o r i-liniiiniillnni
the winter with I'iii uiiflu, William o ( i - u m i t i y - u M n i-i'|iutiiU>in; u m l « "
(Xirit^Mtlj- in-|?(; till i l i m u n n t l i i fiilll'in-ni n
Knlnur of Cmr nvonue.
JOHN LLOVB
W. L. HART
K U H Itil^i iiiniiii-luihl.- i-rnit-iiy u tvflu.
Dr. Orandnll anil fiumly of Olil In
lli'liiK I ' i H l i i ' l y f i c o fri'iii i m m i l l n i " i
Lofco Avenue, Red linisl , N . J . i
Kennsbui*g, N. J.
BridKe wero nt their rqltaKO on 1'innitiilMuinaiH ilniK'i l l m I'niiieily iii'iioUati-;
i-vi-ry iiini. o f t i n ' I n m m n H J K I I ' I I I w i l l
View avijiiue 'luat weoli.
iK'ullMK I'll'iM-t, I'lirliiu rliim
William MiiKeuion of WnuliniKton, wnaili'l'l'lll
ily
HituiMiu i m i | i k u l ly
»l i
I). (!„ spent
Sunday
at
Ills
ImiiK&lnw
U«-lli.f f o l l n w n n l n x i i i t f r o m
t l i « IIf
1
tluno. anil rioi*>n»;i'i, IIIIIK'IU'^N IIIH)
on Coittei avenue.
,
Mlllilltly Violll Mllllor tlH> iniltW
Kdwmi) UUBSBH ban bw* vtaitinK lif-Hh
f t h i s i i u w i - r f u l , y i ' t lliirmlt'iin roliiiMly.
his grandfather, Edward Htisaoll of oIH-jn«
| l . Km- iiiilit o n l y n t ('IIO|I«I-'II i l i u i :
Newaik.
Htm'o, Ufuurt Niriiot, H o d l l u n l c , N. J ,
MM. J . M. Bower snenl; part of l«.ir.
Yuu nhoutil looK not only to fait
wwk with friumla oud roluttvea at pmetn
in buying printed ninttnr lm*
KEANSBURG AND KED BANK
Newark.
'
. . .
alsotoquality. TMS Ecu BANK R B *
W Sussotnilch han litP«s W l
bte tk<sm two t
J
Of tft* R « *
e- Ad*.
:: 30x3 Non-Skid Tires $8.50
1-2 Mon-Skid Tires $11.40
These are the very highest grade tires, manufactured by one of the best
known tire manufacturers in the country.
Prices on all other sizes are proportionate.
I sift W)(Q per gallon
Supplies and Accessories of Every Kind and Description.
Agency for the two best low priced cars on the market,
ALL F\ O. B. DETROIT
We always have used cars on hand which we have taken in exchange for
new ones and which we offer at bargain prices.
Monmouth Street, neai 1 Broad, Red BanHc, 3NL J.
&"JJ4B'4B«I a ^ s a *"u B ^
CORONER.
Funeral Oirector and Embalmor.
Uptiol0t©rls'8{5 iv% A l l I t s Bi'awclacH.
U-ornwrly wilU It. T. Smith oC l(«l Bunk («v 27 »»««».)
K n m p ChnlMi a n i l Cafil
T a l l i n * foiv 1 I l r «
OHi«rEi '[3tmun G!57.
OHIr «nd Fun «»l IVxlorn, IT Manmatitti .Street, Red Bun*. N. J.
mmmmmmmmm
din
m i l / l i u € i i |f v ' I I ' V
ulaily.
wild
Tho Im
' i llll.'i V ' f l "' 1 lUll fill' i l l >
II I I I I I I K .i I i n i
111,1 I i n n i t
iiirmu li,livi
THE RE&'BANK REQISTEK.
-.<-, s i / .
%
B e f o r e M a k i n g Y o u r H o l i d a y IPutrciiasea ?
Am I piu'chasing from a dependable firm where
1 know the quality of the goods is of high standard
and every piece quaranteed ?
Am I dealing with a firm whom I can rely upon
not to overcharge, and where I will find the prices
reasonable, considering the quality of the merchandise I purchase?
Am I dealing where I can expect to find a well
selected assortment of the various lines of merchandise I intend purchasing for this Christmas.
lions—L©dge Doings—Sli;
riages, Deatiis,
Features of Town
of stalks on D, P, VaiiDorn's fara. s»l
Merjboro were destroyed by fire tust
Thursday. Neighbors put the flames
out before tljt buildings were Bet on
fire. •
A £st8 Bwtai. '
Thomas Field of Allentown toolc a
swim in tho creek at that place Sun
day of last week on « bet. He 8»id
the water waa a little chilly but not
enough to keep him from winning the
bet.
Welcoming- a School Eapeslnten&eiat.
A reception was given last Friday
night to Mr. and Mrs. Zenoa E. Scott
by the teachers and school board of
Asbury Park, Mr. Scott ia the new
school superintendent of Asbury Park,
(Continued on next page,)
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A FEW OF.THE NEWEST HATS IN
COMBINATION ] Sateeivand Velvet
OP
. V Sateen and Broadcloth Plush < ,
MATERIALS j Velvet and "Fur
Also a combination of colors—showing the Cerise,
Sand, Blue, Pink and Green, either solid colors or
with black.
The weather will, call for this clan of hats and we
are prepared.
Miss Bertha Hoffman of EnglishCharles A. Parker of New Yorlc
town has returned from a visit with City died last Wednesday. He was
friends at Jamesbui'K. While away born at West Long Branch and spent
A eafo &n<X snze ^emedy go?
she enjoyed an auto trip to Newhis early youth there. For a number Stood tho tost tor 50 yor.ro.
children It la mn
Qi
Haven and other places in that section. of years past he has been engaged in FAtTUTo
y
®
Mrs. Lucinda Duncan, who has been the building business in New York'.
BlOK»rBBS.
HO
PHYSIO
HTEE»BX>.
One
livinK with her daughter, Mrs. Rynier He leaves three children, one of whom bottla hao WllBd 132 WOITOB. All dragProhnsco of Allentown, for the past is Mrs. James Woolley of J.ong ffists and dealers, or by mciil—95o a bot,
year, has gone to Freehold to spend Branch and the others are Arthur and Bst. O. A. iroOBHEBS. K. D_ PWla.. Pa.
the winter with another daughter.
Charles Purker of New York.
Andrew T. VanCleve of Asbury X,ito Etworu Baneuo Six.
Park has the contract for installing
Captain Young and a crew of five
steam heat in the North End hotel at
men were rescued last Wednesday
Ocean Grove at a cost o£ $7,000.
Mrs. S. B. Smock has resigned as night by Captain Andrew Longstreet
president of the Searls Nonsectarian and his crew of lifesavers nt Manahome at Asbury Park. Airs. Smock is squan. Captain Young was on his
$
•
Pi
way to Barncgat when his Boat benow living in California.
.'Mrs. Samuel Haberstick of Belmar came disabled.
is I'onrertiii!? her barn into a house. Boy Itorne Thief Caught.
*
The house will have six rooms and
Frank Dressier, an eleven-year-old
modern improvements.
Perth Amboy youth, was nrrested last
Rev. M. L. Ferris, formerly of Eat- Thursday week charged with stealing
ontown, will be the speaker a t thea horse and wagon belonging to
, memorial service of the Summit lodge George Wainwright of Karitan town-'
» | of Elks December Gth.
ship. The boy found the horse tied to
j j A daughter was born to Mrs. Arthur a post.
Nickcrson of Freehold on Monday,
November 2d. The child has been Proteotluor North Anbury Pnrk Boach.
named Anna Virginia.
The contract for three jetties each
Leroy and Hollace Hooper bf Lower 180 feet long was awarded last week
Squankum have gone to Bloomh'eld, for protection to the beach at" North
Massachusetts, where they are em-Asbury Park, The jetties will be of \
FARMS FOR SALE.
ployed in a factory.'
concrete and will cost $1!) per running
COTTAGES FOR RENT.
\J\J
Mrs. Charles K. Stryker of Mata- foot, or $10,310 for the three.
4
wan has announced the engagement of Z.onaf Brnnoh Woman Dona.
Both Furnished and Unf umislied.
her daughter, Florence l.eary, to E.
0 1 d -fashioned fl o w e r s,
Mrs. Mary J. Wynkoop, widow of
S8 Broad. Gircet, Red Oanlc, N.
D. Hathaway.
Phlox, Hollyhocks, Pinto,
Jacob Wynkoop, died at the home of
Galllardia,
Foxgloves,
A. E. Brower of Bay Head has her daughter, Mrs. Hattic Bonncr of Money to Loan in Various Sums,
Telephone 24&.J
Lychnis
and Larkspur,
this
leased
y
p
leased Lingerer's-theatre
Ungererstheatre at
at ManaMan Long Branch, last Saturday week.
stock if into
planted
tins fall
will § : s q m m a I l d t o o k p o s s e s s i o n last week,
o
Mrs. Wynkoop was 74 years old. Her
develop
beautiful
bloomrj
Mrs.
Branch
has husband died four months ago.
develop
jyI Paul
p i Kahn
K h of
f Long
L
B hh
ing plantsinto
nextbeautiful
summer.bloom a i returned
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home after spending two Dnior—soil.
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Also have larger plants in
months with relatives in Michigan.
nearly 50 different varieties,
Miss Frances Baier,' daughter of
Harry Kilton of Kllieron sprained
the very best of the most sathis foot at a recent lire, but lie is able Mrs. Margaret Baier of Matawan,
isfactory varieties; collections
was married at South Amboy Sunday
to get about by using a crutch.
can be made up that will Rive
Mrs. William Reed of Imhvystown of last week to Frank A. Dell, also of
you bloom from May to Novemn
was seriously sick last week with an Matawan. Tho ceremony was per-,
ber, prices from 7 c , IOc and
•)
formed by Rev. Mr. Lewis. .
attack of heart trouble.
C)
up to 2 5 c , per plant.
Miss Estelle Jones of West Long Opposing Pound ^lshinff.
j
r,ai-|;t! shrubs like Splroaa,
•j
Branch lias been very oiclc with rheuSenator Martine has promised to inLilacs and jarge Privet; also
matism of the heart.
Sample Line of 1914 Designs
troduce a bill at the next session of
large r o s e bushes, surplus
A
valuable
horse
owned
by
Frank
Now Complete.
congress
prohibiting the setting of
stock that I am selling at very
T.
Heiulrii'kscm
of
Adelphia'died
last
pound nets anywhere within three
low prices.
Correspondence
week.
Before
placing that order for
miles of the shore along the entire
solicited if you can not call.
Mrs. Justus Dobbins of Adelphia coast of the'United States.
that papering job, get in touch
Appointments made by tele1
gave birth to a son Tuesday of hist Dtty Nursery tofoeContinued.
phono for advice on landscape
with me.
week.
work of all kinds. Experts at
See my beautiful line of Wall
The child welfare association of
pruning, spraying and tree
Philip Cirrito of Wall township has Asbury Park has arranged to keep Paper and get my prices.
surgery.
sold his farm to a Connecticut man.
its day nursery open during the win- There is the good kind of Wall
Joseph Conover, Jr., of Elberon, hus ter. At this nursery women who go
started a new house at that place.
out to work can leave their children in Paper and the other.
Telephone R..J Bm.k 694-M
Walter Vanllise of Adelphia has suitable care for the day.
When you want the best at the
"Shore Acres Eitate," Seven Bridge Road, near White Draw Bridge.
built an addition to his barn.
most moderate price, call on me.
Now Hardware Store.
Miss Florence VanDorn of Freehold
The largest assortment in MonThe Shore hardware company of
is sick witii typhoid fever.
Belmar has leased a store in the John- mouth county to select from.
Attonclotl National
, ,,
, ,
son building on East Main street at Best Materials.
T ,
Beet Workmanship,
Hiss Clam; Johnson and Mrs. John-. FfcclibM and willopefta branch-there.
Beat Finish and Best Service.
- II.
11.Morns
i»!UI
of I' armingdale, Air. and Edward Thorn6,.fornierly of Freehold,
; Mrs. James Richards of West Farms, will manage the new store.
All Work Given Prompt and Personal
A! Air. and Mrs. H. Edward Hulsart of iBrnncliport Houno Entoiert by Burglar..
Attention.
' '
Bio. 2<>J Fs-oni B&raat, B.oc3 BnaB, W. f.
X1 Lower Squankum and Air. and Airs.
H. B. Berdan's house at Brahchport
Ocean Avoatso, SoaBss?ij|IiiiS, H. J. . .
y I Robert C. Thompson of Allenwood, at- was entered by a burglar last Thurs""' tended the annual session of the na- day night. Mrs. Berdan was awakWHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
tional grange at Wilmington, Dela- ened by the noise made by the burglar
2® VJ. Front S t r e e t , Rod Banti, M.S.
ware, last week.
and she screamed and scared him
Tclfphota' 5X8.
Married in ciiUa.
away. He got no booty.
Miss Hazel M. Hulse,
, formerly
y of Sovon Years Iii Prison.
i d iin Chi
Belmar, was married
China iinSSep- Samuel Burr and George Brown,
tember to Arthur G. Bowman, former- two colored men, were sent to state
ly of Hartford, Connecticut, who is prison last Thursday for not less than
now connected with Chinese Customs seven nor more than fourteen years
service a t Fouchow, China. The bride for an assault on Otis Simpson at
Nourishment—fine flaleft New Jersey July 2.33 and reached Keyport last September.
vor—purity—crispness
Improving: an Orgfan.
Shanghai September 18th.
A Surpriso Shower.
—wholesomeness. All
The Grand Avenue Reformed church
Miss Elizabeth' Dilatush of Allen- of Asbury Park is remodeling and refor 5 cents, in the
town was given a surprise shower last building the church organ. A nummoisture-proofpackage.
Saturday week in honor of her ap-ber of additional attachments will be
proaching marriage to Joseph H. made to the organ, giving it a much
Schooley. All the gifts brought by her wider
id range of
f music.
i
friends were hidden nnd had to beClover Girl Pitralat.
YARD: Leonard Street and N. J. S. R. R. Phone 497-J
found by Miss Dilatush.
Lillian KitUeberger, daughter of
Xjongr Branch Man Tabes a Wife.
OFFICE: Bridge Avenue. Phone 336-M
John Vanl'elt of Long Branch and John Kittleherger of Trenton, forMiss Florence II. Lee of New York merly of Allentown, is gaining a repwere married Sunday of last week a t utation as a clever piano player. She
Long Branch by Rev. John G. Lovell. 1 if.,w?™ P '7!p t "\ t h e F r a n k l i n s c h ° o 1
Mr. VanlVlt works for Undertaker I
° " 'a t ' e l u o n Morris nnd the couple are housekeep- Lofostormen Win Appeal.
ing at Long Branch.
Louis Williams and Charles Dillione
of Long Branch were granted an apJ Returning- from Europe.
Arthur Peterson of Alonmouth peal from a fine of $120 by Judge FosBench, who went on a business trip to ter last week. The men were fined for
Turkey and other European countries having six lobsters under the legal size
for the Standard oil company before in their possession.
the war opened, is on his way home A Biff Storo Slffn.
and is expected to be hack the latter
R!di m3k, malted gram, in powder form. More healthful than lea or eofife,
Uii
One of the largest store signs ever
A food for every day.
part of this month.
p
erected in Freehold has been placed on
For infants, invalids and^growing chOdren. Agrees with the weakest digestki5
Shot in tho Eyo.
rh
the front of Levy Brothers' store.
Crisp, delicious and
Pure nutrition, upbuilding the whole body. Keep it on yota side board at homei
it n >
The
sign
is
:!(i
feet'long
and
24
inches
T. ridward Allgor of Spring Lake,
strengthening. Fresh
Invigorates nursing mothers nnd ihe aged. A quick lunch prepared in a m i t e s .
I It f l! \M_ \\ tl
a former chief of the Spring Lake fire wide. The letters on the sign are 18
| i l li I t . l i
nil 1
baked and fresh dedepartment, was hit in the eye by a inches high.
<O
W r SHERMAN
shot while out gunning for rabbits last Donation Party for Factor.
livered, IO cents. •.
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week. Mi . Alljior is in tho Spring
D WIKOFF
The members of the Horncrstown
Lake hospital nnd he may lose the Baptist church gave their pastor, Rev.
.sight of the eye.
Elmer 10. Hall, a donation party last
I.oiiff Branch Couplo Sffnrrlerl.
Wednesday. A largo supply of groMiss Catherine Sherman, daughter ceries anil other eatables was given to
of Henry Sherman of Long Branch, the dominie.
^
became the bride of Fred B. Woh'ott Strnifflitflninjf a X&oad.
of that place Tuesday of last week.
Freeholder John Daly has arranged
Ilov. William P. Cantwull performed with the managers of the crippled
tl!e ceremony at the Catholic rectory. children's home at Oakhurst to
Shot Guinea Itcnn for Frutridffoa.
straighten the road at that place. The
William Morris of (llendola had a turn is now HO sharp as to he very
flock of guinea liens which were :d- dangerous.
lowed to ronni a considerable distance Dynamiting Pear Trocn.
from the bouse. Last week they were
A demonstration of blowing out old
all shot by gunners, the gunners claim- pear tree:; with dynamite will be given
ing they mistook them for partridges. '„
oji S. C. Micldra'a fnrni nciir Freehold
i^ost Throo FJfts.
jt oiiiorrow, W. W. Olcy of the slate
A delightful new bis*
Three pigs belonging to Richard xpcM'imcnt station will have charge of
Colyer of West Freehold ilisiippeiu-wl Urn work.
cult, with a rich and
Ocoan
Grove
Man'a
Arm
Drokon.
from their pen on October .'Hst and :>o
lha telephone call at Thanh nuns tune bnnuajoy to all the fimily
delicious
cocoanut flafur Mr. Colyer linn not been able to
Frank A. Wuolmun of Ocean Gi'ove
learn whether the pigs wore stolon or was knocked down by an automobile
vor. Criap and always
1
got out of the pen nnd wandered ihvay. ill Newark knit week and his arm was
fresh. __, so cents.
broken in three places. He will he
-I"lro in a "Woodpile
unable to u;io the arm for three
Fire in a woodpilo in tho rear of months.
William I1'. Hiii'knlmv'.s house at Adel]ihiit last Friday threatened (ho house Froohold irimnn Hold.
and outbuildings with destruction.
K'dwnrd Midicr, Who recently sold
The wind was in a direction to carry his house at I'l'i-ehnhl to K. K. riilvers,
the sparks away from the buildings.
has bought Dr. JInrry Neafie'ii house
Uollor fJKntera on nlilewnllm Arroatsfl.
at that place. Mr. Mallei- will take
Police of Asbury Park are trying to po^seyfiioii of the Neafie house Decembreak up the practice of roller .skating ber 1st.
on the sidewalks. They are now ar-Wlilenlnjf Eiijflishtown Eltreot.
re.'iting boys and girls who roller slinto
Tenneiit avenue at EngliKhtown is)
on the sidewalks and are confiscating being widened noveral feet between
their .'tlcntes and other apparatus.
Main and HurrJHuii tilre<:l>i. Jamcn
•Buybl'sculilmtim
HoiiBoe nnmaffod by rlra.
Applegate baa laid a new cement nidef"'
Two houses at Asbury Park owned wnllt in front of bin property on that
(street.
by Mr. Mitchell and occupied by John
If you can't find time to come mid nee us, nth «a to rasa |
It. Jefferson mid Mm. Anna Muck Tatm Holit nt Auction.
were almost destroyed by lire lost
The Kdward 1'. Pnpendick furm
mi'l tea you or send you a frea cetolbg tf
:
week. The Ions wus $2,500.
near Ailentnwn, containing 95 ticrou,
Always look far thai Name
"&h Olds Englnra.
Woman's Ann llro&on.
We're here to sitve
wan Hold nt auction Monday of Innt
Mrs. Mount Kced of West Farms in week to William ltonenr of l'liilndolta the chance.
Howcll township wan lending n cow pliin. Tho pr{fo (xiiil wna ?(J8.75 )ier
W. II. HAH., local Oonimoroinl Manager,
(.« pflHluru taut week, when tlio cow acre.
TJJU KCTWIWE in tli« preat homo
Btad Efamk, M. ^.i.
ran against her, knodilng, lior down Blijrht r l » »t Kuib«».
puper of Monmouth touitty.—Adv§rn Uonmouth Strccl.
Hcd Bank, N. J. nnd
breaking hoi' nrin.
/
' A amnll cow ahed and several i>t«sk» tuament
MISS ^
Directly Opposite the Second National Bank
66 BROAD STREET,
RED BANK
;Jj Toys, Games, Dolls, Post Cards, Crejie^ anA |l|
Books, Magazines and Newspapers,
|
Fine Quality Stationery at Low Prices.
Real Estate, Insurance | Subscriptions. Itospapers aid Hagainss DeShmi I
and Loans.
Send for our beautiful illustrated catalog. Free
upon request.
p Li u
j IL/l
will be easily and quickly
settled if you call us in.
We're experts on correcting all heating troubles, in
making lasting rejJairs—in
short in making your heating plant work to a capacity at least expense with least trouble. See us !
Si
H
W. E. KING, Little Silver, N. .J.
Practical Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter.
f
Distributors for the Famous Beaver Board
1
O the turkey; you'll need a sharp axe
T
Thanksgiving Day. Be kind to your' self and your wife—the boys and the hired
I
•
F business and distance
combine to keep you
away from the family
gathering at Thanksgiving time, why not take
your place in the family
circle by telephone ?
man. Get them an engine to do the heavy
chores—a little surprise they'll ,be thankful for.
Come to our store when you come into town t o
get nuts and cranberries—we'll show you the ri/;hft
kind of engine—an Olds. You'll thank us for yesw
if you buy it.
We're thankful for chances to show you our line."!
C. Send your voice and
make Thanksgiving Day
brighter and happier for
•'> NEW YORK a l l b e c a u s e of y o u r
TELEPHONE CO. thoughtfulness.
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NATIONAL'
COMPANY
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1
Seven.
T H I RBD BANK
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tt
is at your service and will appreciate
the privilege of showing you-a iiost
impressive assembling of the world's
best woolens in smartly designed
Men's and Boys'5 Fall and' Winter
Suits and Overcoats.
An abundance of fine Englishand
Scotch goods priced in accordance
with the lowered tariff, showing
exceptional value.
Value always has been the foremost, factor in' Brokaw'Clothes, a
feature worthy of consideration
these ' days of economic retrenchment,
E
M, CONK,
tral hotel at Lower Squankurn and has
•
AUCTIONKKB.
gone to Lakewood, where he will work Are You Going to Advance
1'romot attention la ell (.aks of furm
for the Country club this winter.
frcharwlliirj liini personal firrjycrty.
WItii
inereaslng
Prosperity?
Methodists West Fastor to SstaKi,
(Continued from last page,)
Bids wanted by tlie Borough Coun- P. O. Aildiciia. IKS Uunlcn Street. Retl Hsi
St. Luke's Methodist church at Long
Announcement was wade last week
Tlild country Is awakening to Its great cil of the Borough of Red Bank for ANDREW M. ENGLERT.
of the marriuge of Miss Carrie Dun- Brunch lias unanimously requested commercial opportunities. An enormous
**,'
PHYSlO-THEKAHSiT.
world-trade awaits UH. This means aub- cleaning the septic tank a t the sewer 103 Hutbon Avenue. Telephone F.f4 B«n!j 4f>S-ft1U
ning, daughter of J. Dunning, andnext spring's conference to return Hcv. fitantlal
advancement to the youm; man
Graduate
International
College, (Detroit)
Leatcr Burden, both of Ocean Grove. B. Harris to the church for another ami youiiK woman who itro prepared. plant, North Bridge avenue.
Penn. Ortli. InBt. ond School ot M6dian« Themvy
Aro you rendy? Traincr'n Hiittinct'M Col(I'hlla.)
_
;
The couple were married October 29th year.
h'BO will (It you to till creditably a cleSealed bids will oo received by A. C. Maaaaee, GymnaaticyiKledtr
it Bradley Bench by Rev, Samuel Sar- Xmpzovintz 0olf Olnh Grounds.
uira.hlti position In th« cormnorclul world.
KliorUiatul,
Typewriting,
HuHlrmvu
KnKgent.
Harrison,
borough
clerk,
until
eight
RfllSb LA RUE,
The Norwood golf grounds at West linli, OIIlc(i Training, iiookkeepintr and
*
UOOY AND FACIAL MARSAG&.
Long Branch are being improved by AcoountinK. ThaHa compose the cuniji- clock p. M., on or before Monday, "Manicuring",
Branoh.
Churcli Bnpptr »t
£jhampooin(jr, Bcalp Treatments
nunt tlmt enableEi younf,' men and
St. James's Episcopal church of sotting out a hedge and tearing down wnnien
to t*mn]i tlie bent opportunities December 7th, 11)11, for cleaning and pcclulty.
Buii-Dma, MECEIAHIC STKEJST.
D
Long Branch served their annual par- some of the old buildings on the prop- anri thua win their way to SUCCESS.
Phono 2M-J.
ish supper to 300 guests last Thursday erty.
removing refuse from the septic tank
night The supper was served by a Fisli Diorehou^e B»l&rg-ea.
RS, CARLE & CARLE,
Day and Evening Sessions. Enter any at the sewer plant. The successful
corps of young women of tho church.
An addition haa been built to the
O3TEOPATH1C fUXSICIANa'
Time. Telephone 509-M
lidder to furnish a bond drawn in the Room 7. Eisner Huilding. Broad S t . Bed fSak
a*t« a n t er sjioa
storage plant of the Monmouth Beach
Telephone 353. .
Miss Myrtle Jackson of Asbury fish company a t Monmouth Beach,
amount of bid.
Graduate!! of American School of O s t e o » t t 3 !
Park, who ia chief nigl't telephone The addition will hold 50,000 pounds of
KlrkavillcMo.
ilillM
For
any
further
particulars
inquire
. M. to 3:00 P. M.
Oifieo Houta:
operator nt that place, hns received a fish.
of William J. Swannell, superintend- A KTHOR C. SWII'T,
gift o/ ?W0 from the telephone com- Atteu&sft Ve&oo Conference.
Amorican Building.
pany in appreciation of her services.
* * CIVIL ENGINEER AND 8UBVBYOO.
ent of streets and sewers.
Rev. Everett VajiDright, pastor of
P E R T H AMBOY. N . J .
Broad and Monmouth etrcsts.
iroiuen'a Delegates ©UOEJSU.
the Englishtown Methodist church, atPhono 1E0-L. BED Bum. N. J.
The
right
is
reserved
to
reject
any
George H. VanWinlde and Edward tended the peace conference at PhilaJ. Miller have been elected delegate."! delphia Tuesday of last week.
or ail bids.
E. V. P. KING,
VETERINAItY SimOEON AHD
from the Phil Daly hose company at A Coiutntr v/eStUns-.
By order of the Mayor and Council
DENTIST.
Long Branch to the Btate meeting of
SHREWSBURY. NEW JERSEY.
Miss
Martha
Phillips
and
Frank
of
the
Borough
of
Red
Bank,
N.
J.
the firemen's relief association.
Overatoray
performed
on bitches \7lta
Egan of Long Branch will be married
safety.
•• «
Attest:
on December 20th. Mr. Euan ia emEEB BANM. W. J .
Also dogs treated with Serum for Distemper [email protected]
The Neptune township board of ed- ployed by Undertaker Morris.
Mango.
A. C. HARRISON,
Telephone 2110, Eatontown. N. J .
ucation has awarded a contract for a
on Cl^tr^@ of Taoft.
new schoolhouse at Whitesville to B.
Borough Clerk.
OFFICE IN EISNER BUILDING.
R. U fl. STRYKER,
W.
H.
Clayton
of
Matawnn
waa
acA. DeBow of Bradley Beach. Tho
VETERINARY SUI1GEON.
Room 3.
quitted by a jury at Freehold last week
Offlcc FuMIc Servlco HUIMIIIS. TckclasM IB.
eehoolhouae will coat $13,900.
By
virtue
of
a
writ
of
u.
fn.,
to
me
Residence, 81Snrewabury Avenue. T<ileBSEon8BS-I»
on
a
charge
of
stealing
copper
wire
i ftlrl c, Briflo,
directed, issued out of the Court of
R E D OAKK, N. J.
from the telephone company,
Chancery of tho atato ot Now Jersey,
Ida May Smith of Matawan
aopla E5ovo.
will
bo
exposed
to
sale
at
pulillc
venRNIfiST
A.
AREND,
waa married to Rev. Charles W. Parduc, on MONDAY, THE 23d DAY OK
Sohb'.P.S »9 All
ARCHITECT.
Julea Bovier and mother, who reNOVEMBER, 1914, between the hours of 105 W. 40th Street.
lter of Lakewood last Thursday week.
New York City.
12:00
o'clock
and
5:00
o'clock
<at
1:00
The ceremony was performed at Mata- cently sold their house at Farmingdale,
BuildinB. Anbury Pork. N. 3.
o'clock), In the afternoon of said" day, Kinmonth
have moved to Long Branch. Mr. BoResidence. Broad Street, Red Bonk. M. 3 .
at tlie court houso, Freehold, In the
wan by Rev. Samuel Bower.
Specialist in country work.
vier works on the railroad.
township of Freehold, county of MonOF BED BANH.
LlciUcnl Inupootloii of ncUoolEi.
Telephone ConnectionB.
mouth, Now JeFsoy.
SALE OW LANDS FOR UNPAID TAXDr. John Y. Sinton, who was re-A trow Dootor.
All
that
tract
or
parcel
of
land
and
E S O F 1013, AND ASSBSSMKNTS.
JOHN
S.
APPLEGATE & SON,
William
D.
Rowland
of
Asbury
Park
hereinafter particularly decently appointed medical inspector of
Public notice its hereby given by Wil-promises
COUNSELLORS A l LAW.
situate, lying and being in the
M. Thompson, Collector of tho Bor- scribed,
the schools of Upper Freehold town- has passed the examination of theliam
Davidson Building,
town
of
Ited
Bank,
in
the
county
of
of Red Banli, in the county of
R E D BAHK. N .
and fitate of New Jersey, on
ship, has been making a modical ex- state board of medical examiners arid ough
Monmouth, that lie will sell a t public Monmouth
can now practice medicine.
nortli side of Riverside avenue. Bemile all tho lunila, tenements, heredita- tlie
amination of the pupils.
Klnninff at tlio southwest corner of J. REDERICK W. HOPE,
m
e
n
t
s
a
n
d
real
estiilu
hereinafter
m
e
n
£7evs sungralow a t
Digs a ^Q-W Weil.
Allen's lot of land on said aveCOUNSELLOR AT LAW,
tioned for the Hliortest term of years Truftord
nue: thence running northwesterly,
OiBcco corner Broad nnd Front Streets,
for which a n y pci-Hon o r persons will alone
A new well has beecn dug on Wil-Ji(jro(*
Charles Butcher will build a bungaRiverside avenue fifty feet; thence
RED BANK. N. J.
to take tho name :m(l pay t h e t a xnortheastorly,
at rlBht anslea with said
low on the Butcher homestead at liam A. Palmer's place at Imlaystown. or assessment lien thereon, Including inIMverside avenue and parallel with the DMUND WILSON,
Adelphia. The bungalow will be built The old well on the place went dry terest and coatH of Hale.
west
line
of
said
J.
Trafrord
Allen's
lot,
Tho fiaiti Halo will tiiko place on
COUNSELLOR AT LAW. •
on the main road, nearly opposite during the long drought.
two hundred and seventy-two feet In an
RED BANE. Hi
MONDAY, DECEMBEE 14. 1914, air line direction to u stake lit u board
David Clayton's houso.
On a Western Trip.
OIHcea: 10 EAST TltONT STUEET.
at t h e BOEOUOH H A L L OIT T301T-fence; thence southeasterly, along said
XnsuriuiOQ Agont'a Hew Place.
K
O
C
I
B
STBBET,
in
auirt
Borough,
a
t
board
fenco
forty
feet
and
.six
inches
to
J. C. Errickson of Adelphia is makLSTON BEEKMAN,
o'clock In the afternoon.
Division street; thence southerly, alonK
George L. Bender has been trans- ing a two weeks' trip through the 2:00
COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
T h e Haiti lands, tenements and lieredit- Division street thirteen feot and Hix
ferred from Toma River to Freehold West. He will bring a carload of amentH to bo Hold, nnd tho namoH of tho inches to said J. Traftord Allen's northOlBcca 10 Broad street, RED BANK. N. 3.
persona against whom tho ttnnl luxes or east corner on said street; thenco alons
as district manager of the Colonial in- horses home with him.
nssejiHtnonts havo been asHOK.sed on ac-said J. Trafford Allen's west lino southlC. HERBERT E. WILLIAMS,
eurance company. Mr. Bender for- toiiff Erancli Defeats rrcoliold.
count of t h o samp, and the amount of westerly, two hundred and fifty feet in
SURGEON DENTIST.
assessed on account of each parcel an air lino to tlio place of bek'lnulnf?.
merly lived at Freehold.
The Long Branch football team de- taxes
Grndnnto University of Pflimsylvanla,
for t h e year 1SI1H, and t h e amount nf JIKPhysical Director at Xiong Qftinch.
Seized as tlie property of Florence A. Offlco Days in Red Bonk: Mondays. Wodnesa»a
feated the Freehold school team in a KOHsments, a r e as follows, viz.:
Hazard, et al, taken in execution at the
and Saturdays.
KEAL ESTATE TAX.
Loyal Henderson of Asbury Park gnma at Long Branch last week by E s t aUNPAID
suit of Edmund G. Fraser and Alexan120 Broad Street. Kcd Bank. N. J.
t e of Lucy CarHon, lot on .Morder M. I-'raser, Jr., executors, etc., and to
has been engaged as physical director tho score of 20 to 0.
ford place
0.3 1 bo sold by
«R. W. M. THOMPSON,
for the coming year for the young Gunner Sliot in £off.
Frank M. Chainlioln, Iitiunu anil lc>L
WILMRT A. BBECnOli'T, Sheriff.
'
DENTAL SURGEON,
the north side of TUver street 10.82 DANIEL
men's physical training and athletic
H. APPI.KGATB. Sol'r.
Raymond McKelvey of Glendola .T. on
2d Nnfi Bunk Buildins,
Tied Bonk. K. 3
W.
Mott,
lot
on
the
east
Hide
ol'
club of Long Branch.
-,•
Dated October 20th, 1911.
fjll.90,]
BourG 8-E.,
was shot in the leg by one of his comS.I 2
panions while out hunting last week. James Oliiyton, lot on tlio u'owt
Olficor on a £"iirlouirli.
O1T EULB TO BAB CKEDITOHB.
iK. J. D. THROCKMORTON,
.side of .ShreW'^liury avenue
Captain Leon Marter of the United The wound is slight.
'
DENTAL SURGEON.
AdinlnLstriitor's Notice.
Mrs. KI-MI Dlcnelt, lot on tlie .smith
OCFICI: :
John i'1. HwaeUhamer, Jr., admlnisHide of Ciitliorliic street
3.1C
States marine corps has been spending stricken with Paralysis.
No.
5
Hronrt'Strcot
Hed Band. H-»
Irntor
of
John
h\
Swackhamer.
deceased,
lOHtati;
of
Mary
liny,
hou^e
anrl
lot
two weeks with his wife nnd child a t
Mrs. Margaret Vanderlicck of Al- on the north .side of Aloninmith
hy order of the surrogate of tho county
Freehold. Captain Marter has been in lentown was stricken with paralysis
street ..,..'
of Monniouth, hereby Klves notice to the
K.
FRANK
L.
MANNING.
U DnviH, mill and lot on
creditors of the said deceased to brins
Mexico seven months.
SURGEON DENTIST.
lust Wednesday and has since been in Cliai-le.H
tho.HOiith filler of West l'Vulli.
in their dehln, deluaiKlH and claiins
!E1 BANK. H. S .
Attempt at Burglary at CUffwoofl.
a serious condition.
street
a^aiiiHt the estate of waiii ileeea^Rtl, un- Brofld fltreflt. oDDOBite Ford & Miller's.
Margaret D.'ivlsoli, houHu- iinil lnt
der oatli or nfllmiation, within nine
An attempt was made to rob Mrs.Studies Law at Eomc.
on tlie south .side o£ Uordeli
months from tho fifteenth dny of Oc|R. WILLIAM ROSE,
Ziegler's store at Cliffwood one night
Frank Jones, Jr., of Emley's Hill,
•street
tober, 1914, or thoy will bo forever
"
DENTIST.:
last weelt. Christopher Ziegler heard near Imlaystown, is studying law at ]''lorenee Hazard, house and lot on
barred of :iny action therefor against
Successor to Dr. K. P. Bordon.
tlie
east
side
of
itlversfde
avethe
said
adminl.strator.
a noise at the store and when he gothome. • He has finished ono year of a mie
Gas administered.
S2.02
JOHN I''. SWACKHAMKIt. Jr.
CO BROAD STBBET.
KED BANK. H. 3,
up the intruder fled.
Clarion Hulett, l o t on t h e n o r t h
three-year course.
Hide uf Catherine s t r e e t
Doath of Ocoan Grove Man.
2.11
OH E t i m TO BAB CKEDECOBS.
Wintering in Florida.
1SAILLIAM H. FOSTER, .
Instate of K a t e JeankiiiH, h o u s e
Admlnlstratrix'y, ete., Notice.
W
REAL ESTATR INSIIRAKCO....;,
George W. DeWint of Ocean Grove
a n d l o t .\'D. :iSI, on tlie s o u t h
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Bcrge of AdelMae- rroat, aduiinlstratrlx .with ..will,
AMD LOANS. — .
of Burden s t r e e t
IS.93
died last Wednesday from a complica- phia left last week for Florida where, F rKido
aillioxeflofjoscpli'n. Front, di (.uiisui, by EATONTOWN,
NEW J E S S S .
a n k K r l h i m ; - limiso Kiul l o t on
tion of diseases. He.was G7years old they will spend the winter with Mr.
t h e smith sidn of H I V I T |itiv>, t. . 33.8 order of tlie surrogate of tlie county of
Monmouth, hereby nives notice to the
and is survived by a widow, two Berge's parents.
Frnnlt Kulliau, lots Nos. 107 mid
KO. D. COOPER,
creditorH of the said deceased to hriilK
10S, on t h e we.st side of l l u r f
CIVIL ENGINEER.
daughters und a son.
their debtH, demands and claims
Ztoast Hunk Buppur.
ri.sDii a v e n u e
G.^I in
Bucceonor to Gco. Coorer. C. E
against the estate of said deceased, under
Doctors Moot at Aobury Pnrlc: r
A. Morris, lot Xo. IS, on t h e
RED BANK. H. a .
oath or ainiinatlon, within niuo uiontha Poatom™ BuilillnB.
Mr. and Mrs. William Gramman of W. est
side of lluena plllee
10.52 from the twenty-aecond day of SeptemDr. J. T. Welch' read a papier on Oakhurst gave a roast duck clipper to
"SW MeQueen. house anil l o t
ber, 1914, or they will be forever barred
K.
ALLEN,
JK.,
"Medical Society" a t the meeting of a number of their, friends last Thurs- .lames
1
'. o n tlie e a s t side of Itai ri.^on a v e of any action therefor apruinst tho Kaid
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR
nue
the Monniouth county practitioners' day night.
administratrix, etc.
ltoom 1. Patterson Bulldinff. Broad StroflJ.
A
r
t
h
u
r
A.
Pnyno,
lot
on
t
h
e
s
o
u
t
h
RED BANK. N. J .
society which was held at Asbury Park Killed a Door.
MAE FROST.
side nf VTiiverly place
Ji.02
Messrs. JOHN S. APPL.EGATB & SON,
last Thursday night.
J o h n W . I'tir.sell. honun a n d l n t
Proctors,
Red
Bunk,
N.
J.
Gilbert
Vanllise
and
Benjamin
on
t
h
e
n
o
r
m
Mile
of
S
t
.
.Mary's
ACOB
C.
SHUTTS,
Froneau Boy- Broaka Arm.
nluce
10.82
Buckalew of Iml.aystown killed a deer
AUCTIONEEIt.
Harold, son of George Dietz of in the pines near that place last Tues- 1'Jstale nf Wilson Iteeil, IIOHHC a n d
Special attention -Riven to Dales of farm
lot KO. !17, on till! south sldi; uf
farm Implements and other personal property.
Freneau, was thrown down by an auto- day week.
iMoiiniiuith s t r e e t
07.;: 1
P. O. Address. 191 Broad BUcot. Red HaSoU
mobile last Friday week and suffered
I'jlena Holiinsoii, hiiuse anil l o t
Telephone 261.
:eoveriii3- from Sickness.
TRAINS LEAVE RED BANK.
a broken arm. He was also badly
tlie west .sidi- nf Iteetor l i l a e e . . . 7.1.62
For'New
York,
Newark
and
Elizabeth
5
55,
6
41,
Mrs.
Rulif
Johnson
of
Allontown
is
W
i
l
l
i
a
m
lloss,
lot
No.
li,,
L
a
n
d
biuised on tlie legs.
|K. A. F. VOSS,
•7 23, 7 56, *8 27,fi33. 917. M9 38, 1050.1125,
ami I.naii riimpanv
-12.00
sible to bo down stairs again after
OSTEOPATU1C PHYSICIAN,
11 IiD. a. m.; 2 48. * 4 10, 4 30, 7 43. s'J 25 i>. m. "
of J u l i a Snlfell, l o t S o . 102
Went HuntlUff In Virginia.
[n tho Eisnor BuildinET. Room 16.
being in bed with sickness for several K'itate
Sundnyti 8 68,11 44 a. m.; 2 40, 4 45, 7 10, 8 38
nil Tlirnekniortoii eslati.
8.12
Red Bank, N. J
David Laird of Enfjlishtown re- weeks.
it
00
p.
m.
L e s t e r W. Keiitt, house a n d l o t
r
Telephone 181. t h e south .side
of .Marion a v e n u e 1G.S2 For Freehold via Motawon nt 7 Gfi. 9 17, 11 2.> n, rn.;
turned last week from a hunting trip Rovival nt Seabrlffht.
l
4 30 p. in. Sundays, 9 Ji7 a. m.; 4 '15. 0 00 i>. m,
Dura
UHlier,
l
houses
a
n
d
lots
lr Virginia. Mr. Laird was a ^ u e s t
Ihe north side of l.neust a v e n u e 05.21 ForLnltewoorl.LiikphurHt. &c. at fi ,10. 11 0t; n. rn.;
A
revival
is
being
held
at
the
SeaR.
WM.
J.
WOLFERT,
S2
0i),
3
02.
A
37.
5
08.
0
12
p.
m.
Sundays.
10
10.
oC several friends who havo large
n i s Worth ley, lniuse a n d lot on
OSTEOPATH.
HOC, a.m.; 3 39. 10 22 p. m.
bright Methodist church, at which a T utlie
w e s t side nf Leitfhton a v c shooting grounds.
91 Broad street. Red Runic, N. J .
For
Atlantic
City,
6
B0.11
0
G
n.
m.
s2
00,
4
37
p.
rn.
•1.21
number of converts have already boon
nue
Graduate of Philadelphia eolleiTO of OrtoopntlW.
Sundays, 11 0G a. m.; 3 39 p. m.
Bridge on Fire.
U N P A I D SPEIITKLIHCJ T A X F O B 1313. For Vmelnnd, Bridttcton, &c. fi 50. 11 0(! n. i Phlladclphiai-nllim' of Anatomy. Andpoat BtodB'
made.
Tho bridge across Gravelly brook Cloaroa 540 at Oyster, Supper.
I'. I., l l a v i s , mill and l n t on t h e
ato of Amorican school of Osteopathy nt Ktrto
4 37 p . m. Sundays 11 0G n. m., i! 30 p. in.
.south ulil,. uf We.st F r o n t s t r e e t 2.S0 For Toma River nnd BarncRnt at ii f>0, 11 OH a. c villa. Mo., under thu founder of tho science.
near Matawan caught fire last week.
J i a i i s o n , liouse a n d lot
a 02. C 12 p.m. Rnndnyrt. lOlUn. m.
The Ladies' working band of Allen- -Mui-KHi-nt
Midway hose company of Matawan
on tlie smith Mile of Un
" New York only. 3 Saturdays only, M Monday!!.
&AAAAAAAAAAA&AAAAAAAAAAMA
town
gave
iin
oyster
supper
in
Grange
1.01
put the Tiro out before the bridge was
hall last Thursday week and cleared lO'ta'le if Mary Hoy IHIIIST- : ml lnt
EW YORK AND LONG BRANCH
badly damaged.
uf
.-Moll
RAILROAD.
mouth
e north side
2 . SO
rci
Timo Tnblc in eltoct Sontembor tilth. 1911.
Movioa at Alleutov/n.
Bout to Reform School.
l.'liiTOiro lla^ii'il. liuiise nnd lot on
DENTIST
TRAIN3 LEAVE RED BANK
Joseph L. Foinnian of New York
tile
rasl
sitli. nf ]:i\i.r-iil<. avenue G.fi.T
Second National Bank Building
Philip
GfiissLT
of
Long
Branch
has
For
Now
York: s nn. li 41. 7»'l 7 2:".. 7 Id, 7SH, 8 27
t a l e of K a t e .'Iraniiius, liou.se
him been giving moving picture shows ieeen sent to thy roform .school at K sand
8
:ii.
S
-II,
9
17.
9
3D
(Mondays
only).
9
12.
1(1
5f.
Rooms 8 und 9 .
lot X'II. M, on tile s m i t h side
at Allcnlown to see if the patronage
11 25, U Tifj it. m ; 1 -ll'i. 2 IB. 4 ll), 1 U0, -t Tiii. (i 00.
of liiirilen nlrect
7 -l:!, U 2."., (^atui-dny;: only) p . m . Kiinil;
would warrant him opening a theater Jamesburg for an assnult on his uncle. Kurah .1. Kidly, house a n d lnt on
K r.8, 9 :(7, 11 M n. in.: 2 111 •! 17,, T, 17. 0 0:!. 7 10.
Sliot 5 1 K Dueled.
tin. north side of White s t i v t . .
at that pla.ee.
8 01). 8 38.1) 01), 'J i",7 p. m.
Riihiiisiui, limisi. a n d lot e n
John W. Ilnvker of Hornerstown iOli-nu
For lOlizabelh nnd Newark: 5 55, (Ml, 7 OH. 7-10.
Improving v. Fnnu Hmiue.
(lie west siili- of Iti-etnr plai-e.. .
1
r,li S II (Nnvnrk only). ') 17. !) 42. II ?"i. 11 r>ri
of Wilson l l r n l . linii'.e an.I
John If. MiitHiowi! of FnrminEdnle went to Manahawkin last wee!; on a lO.Hale
a. m.: 1 Jil, 2 -IS. 4 30, I 5ii. 6 0(1. 7 -111, 11 2.i (SaturInt. So. '.I',, mi tlie smith side of
VeU'rinnrinn;
days only) p. m. Sundays; 8 5s. 0 37.11J1
hits re-endosod his houso with shingles duck shooting trip and shot six dudes.
."Moninmith stn-el
a. m.; 2 Hi. 4 13. 5 17. li OS. 7 10. 3 09. S 2S. 9 00
DOGS, CATS, TOY DOGS.
K s t a l r of .lulla SnlTell, l n t on t h e
nnd is now painting the house and Gotii Job iu riorliln.
9 S7 1>. i n .
n
i
n
t
h
side
uf
Wai
laeist
i
t
.
.
.
.
IIoiiriMiiu
IJOBH,
«'nt» niiiV l l o r i M .
making other improvements to the Clifford Rhodes of Englishlown has
For MatnM-:\n nnd Tortr. Amlioy: 5 5Ii 011, 7 0;i
II' t n e t a x in- assi.-;sinent, i n t e r e s
7 23. (Matawnn onlyl.1 SO. '.) 17. !) -12. 11 25, 11 :,:
property.
Fair Ilavcn. N. J. 421 W. Red Bunk,
a job in Florida for the winter and e n s t s a r e jiaid ln-lme tin- alun.e ,1:
a.m.:
1
lii.
'
2
1H.
4
:'
,
().
Ii
00
i
Matawan
only).
1
-1:!,
sali. Mil. ensls in eaeh casi- will In 5-.!'-',
will leave for that place next week.
Now Atlclphin MlllEiuEln.
? 2"). (.Saturday only) p. in. Kundr.yli: K T.s. 9 37
and i n t e r e s t will in- inldeil lit tli..
n. in.; 2 -10, -1 io (Mntnwnn only), ti I):'. ((Mutiinun tlie
A. F. Fischer of Adelphia will go in Brvrrol of elder stolon.
wan only), 7 10 Matawan only). '.I i)0 p. in.
Notico of Bottlcmciit of Account.
twenlii-th
d
a
y
of
I
lee'einiier.
n
lini'teell
A
barrel
of
cidor
was
stolen
from
For
Loni? liranch, Aiibury Park, Ocean Grove.
the milk business. He has put up
Inuiilreil a n d thil'leeli, on la.\e ill' l!ll::.
l-isi.-ui- nt' L i l l i a n W i k u l j , (i m i n o r .
Tnint Pka?antanillnUirmiHli!ile utiiti.niH; 1 22.
suitable buildings for tho dairy busi- the rear porch of William Nicholas's If t h e tax or a^scssiinuit. in t\st and
(Mondays cxeeptod) 5 00. I". 02, !l 10, Id 27 a. in.:
\ - i n l o ' " \ l ' i lii-ii-hv L-ly.Mi l l w i t t h e a c e o s t s a r e not paid until a f l e r
u almve
ness and will sell his milk to Freehold house at West Freehold last week.
s u l III.- s u l i s r i - i l i e r , l l l l i : K l l . l l ' i l l a n
J2 22, 12 r.H. 143 (SiiturdayntinlyJ. 1 r.7, 2 ::r.,
iiientlnned d a y or sale, additi
IStalilrdayiiiinly). -I TiO. 5 37 (Saturdays .•xci.|i- if th i- e s t n t , . n f s l i d l a t e u l i i m r , " t i l l i »
milkmen.
Pnjumns for Woumlod Belgians.
will he added.
to.l). 5 50. C 22. 0 38. 7 « . 1» 40 P. in. Sundays: niilit e d m i d ..-lat.-d b y H i . ' s u r i M i i n t e n n d
WliiMi Hie sale takes idaee p yiuoiit or
iw HOUBO on n x*tirin.
1 22, 5 20, SI 5s. 10 :t7. 10 52. a. In.: 12 22. 2 55, :> I'.!•..pi.l- l.-.l I'm- s i . t t l . i m e n t t o H i e . i l ' U l l t l n s
A large number of pajamas
t
and ili0 52, 10 IS p. in.
el' t l i e i - n u i i t y " I M i i n i i i ' i u t l i , o n
Benjamin C. and Turner H. Lane being made at Long Branch for nil
ten-..
For Freehold via Matawan and C. R. K. of N. J..
K-sihty, H i e n v e n l y - i i i ' t l i d a y o f N o aro building a new-houso on their farm wounded Belgians.
7 55. 9 17.11 25. ;i.in.:l 'HI. 4 :!0. (i 00 p. m. Kutle r , A", l i . , I HI-I.
dayii: 9 37 a. m.: -I -15. i) 0(t V. in.
ti-ii O i - f i l - i T H i l l i , A- !>.. • ! " • ' •
near Freehold. The old houso on the A N e w Moclmiiic.
LEAVK NEW YORK FOR RED DANK.
11AK1MKT A. WIKl.'l-'I''.
farm was destroyed by fire last SepL.
Bergen
Kink
joined
tlio
AllenC R. it. of N. J.. footof Liberty street. 4 00.
8 lfi.
tember.
*
1
Hotico of Sottloinoilt of Account.
town
lodge
of
American
Mechanics
10
0(1,
1130
a.
m.:
1
(10
Katurdaya
only
.
120
Homo from vcrti Cruz.
K s t n t i ' n f J l c i s c i i 1n i i i n
l - a s i l
(SaturilnyH only). 1 30. 3 30. 3 10. 4 46, S 00. 5 30.
lust week.
th
Nutliu
H lnri-liy
;:iv,n
ri:lS.B31).»0(l|..in.: 12 01 (mi.IniKht). Sundays:
Qeeil Young, son of William H. New Houso nt Briollo.
4 00. N -15, !»15. 10 00 n, m.l '2 30. 4 00, H 30, 9 00 , . „ „ „ , . , , , r i l « - s i i l i i i T i i n r . i i i l i n i i i l s t r a t r l ^
Young of Bradley Beach, who is a . Ground Was broken last wcel: for a
,.f l l , , . i s t a t u ..I > i i i | il.'i'o.iK.'il, w i l l h i ;
C. It *R. of N. J.. foot of We at 23J street. 8 05. 9 fiO, I U H H I - 1 a n d s t a t . - i l h y t l i . r i i i i r r n c n t o ( m i l
sailor on one of the warships at Vera new house nt Briolle for Robert Moore.
11 20 n. m.: 1- r.O (Saturday;! only), I to v i - p i i r l i i l f i n - s . l l l . . M I | . | H t i l l l l l ! n n > l l ( i n . «
Cruz, is home on a month's.furlough.
(Haturdayn only). 1 20. ii 20. 3 30. 4 30. 4 Ed, 6 20. r i i u r l o f H i ' I ' n i i l i t y " f . M ' M i i a i i u l l i . o n
BIDS WANTED
D
D
E
F
ASTOR PLACE AMD FOUSTH AVENUE
NEW YORK CITY
SUBWAY SIATION AT DOOR
E
A
D
for rubbers on & nasty wet morning suggests
Hub-Mark rubbers to most people. Nowadays wise
folks consider Hub-Mark rubbers as essential to the
complete wardrobe as a pair of shoes, especially' hi
this climate where the three seasons are June, July
and Winter.
;
Hub-Marte rubbor footwoar lo matfo BO over- £
laHtlngly goad tlicit it will fflvo tho tough pavemont I
o terrific tussle before it givea In. Hub-Marls \
Hubboro cont no moro than any etandp-rd ilrntquallty rubbers. Cut when yon buy them "you are
buying for not only ono BOaBon, but perhaps two.
It'H the rubber of tho present GO -well Q3 tlio future. Made in o. great ranga of stylca for mon,
woincni boyo und [jlrln,
"When you • buy • rubborn aolc for "Hub-Mar)1",'*
Si's ocst bccauBo tUcro aro no tvgrota.
/ |
Theso rubbers are manufactured by the Boston »b»
her Shoe Company, Maiden, Mass.
/
THE'HUB-MARK IS
' S,
CLARENCE WHITE
D. A. MAZZA
UR VALUE.MARK'1
£ BY.
ALBERT S. MILLER
HENRY GRAF
ire
I havo u largo and eomplota otock of tho
btat w to-dato fonrini! matcrlalo for maltli _
gny Btylo of fluld-orcctcd fonco. Aluo heavy
«oven wiir, poult-y and lawn fanelnr, otcel gotcs,
llatn wire, utapU.3, ot«*.
Ccntrncts for ontlro Job taken. Including the f urnbhln.
ir.d.ccttfnc of pouts.
fall on DI ad&vcaa
I
CHAS.
Springs Avenue,
HEft BANK, PJ. 1.
Carpets or •RoBgs Cleaned in a
Patent Rollers, also Boat Covers, Curtains Cleaned.
• We are on the job the minute you telephone or write.
A w n i n g s for Residences H e r e a r e Made,
A n d Workmanship is Highest Grade.
MEL¥IPI m. CUEE, Proprietor.
64 WHITE STREET.
Telephone 32-M
D
J
NEW JERSEY CENTRAL.
D
N
Dr. H. B. ManDorn
1
1
1
Oftlor Man Sick.
ZS33SZ3SES3B2S3XZ23
James Vanllise was unable to work
at tho Dawes cider works at Imlay.stown last weok becansc- of sickness.
II© was threatened with typhoid fover.
Fireman Injured*
Charles Clevongor, a member of the
Ocean Grovo fire department, fell nt a
fire last week nnd cut his head. • Two
Btitchcu wore taken to close the wound.
ElQllrmr'fs Bonrft of Honitll.
Churles GofY has been elected president of the Belnmr board of health.
William N. Bergen is vice president
und the clerk is Charles O. Iludnut.
flighty Huntera at Allentovm.
Harry Bentty, Harry Holman and
Hyatt Oniilli of AllunLowii bagged 22
head of game Tuesday of lnat week
tho first day of the hunting season.
Mrs. Hutchison—Eitjhty-One
Years Old—Uses No Other Tonic but Vinol and Recommends It to Friends.
Made and
Will Keep
Indefinitely
Greenville, R.C.—"Itiawltliplonnuro
I toll othoro of tlio pff-'nt benoflt I liavo
dorivad from Vinol, i'ortho past eevcrnl
yenru. I am 81 yumi) old and I find Vinol |;ivon mo ntrongth, a Iienltliy np|ioViCM Winter lu rl«clda.
tlto nnd ovcrcomcii liervoua dinonlers.
MI-B. Sarah K. Cottrell of FarmiiiK- Vinol is tlio only tonic roconatructor I
dale luui gone to Now Smyrna, Florida havo used for sovornl years. I lmvo
it to a great many of my
whore she will spend tho winter with recommended
friends and it him nlwuya proved nutiaher daughter, Mrs. C. L. Herge.
factory." — Mra. M. A. HUTCHISON,
Operation for Xlyo trouble.
Groenvillo, S. V.
Joseph 1''. Allen of Mnnanqunn
Such ensoa n.'i tho above nra connfamtly
operated on la;it week for a catnract on fomitiK
to our nttcntion. If p«oplo hi
«;i(! nf bin eyes. It. in ex|H:fl«il that his tliia vicinity
only rcnlized how Vinol insight will lift grimily improved.
vlgoratea old pcoplu via would not bo WHOI.BJALia AND IHSTAIL UKAUSI! IN
nbw to tmpply llm dutnnnd.
ThomnH Lupton huti rattii'iiral to hi Itia tho tiBfiiiolmilding, curative plon, Glr.ra
homo nt St. l'otornlnirK, Flovidn, ufUi mciit!) of tlio cod'n livers, aided by tlio
fipcntliiig iicveral months with lii lilood innkinir iitrenKtlienlnif iirotuirtiun
lirolhcr Ki'edurkk ut, Mntnwnu.
of tonic iron contained In Vinol, (lint
miikia it no Biu'coonful in building up
Sfi) H # w Titd £!ll^!^^ f o r I3psill^ Ijnlcd.
ntrength
for old pmiplo, dollcnto chilTlio votora of HpritiK Liiiko llint werff
dt"t>n tmd for nil run-down oonditlon^.
down a " proposition f*
Vinol
la
nlao
a moat successful roniiMly
$J!I,(H)O In liiiiidsi lo pay for mi atttoRlfil) UANK. N. J .
for chronic cnught, coldfl and bronchitiu.
innllc motor driven Hen I
If It fails to biwflt nny ono who triua
T u n TtKdiHTKii'H motto; A iiiijinr in
it wo rottiw yoiif m»H«jr,
tk'blert lina rluBoc! kin f'on. 3, vfli'y home.---Adverl'umtmnt,
fi 20, ti 50.11 fiO p. m. Suni'nys: 8 35, 9 05, 0 50,• I ' l i u r s i l a y , t h u t h i r d d a y u f J i . c . i u l i o r ,
u. m.: 2 21), 3 GO,fl20, B fiO p. m.
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Peon. 11. R. 7th Avcand 32ilStrait, N. Y.. 901. 1112
11 i t i . i l O e t i i l n - r ' - i l . A - 1 ' • , 1 ! ' M .
11. m.: 12 31. y-12, -1 20 (Saturday «XL-e[i[i-d). 5 12
1I.IUU
ANNIK
KHKXAM.
p. in. Sundayu: B 30, 9 30. 11 12 a. m.; 1 20. 5 12
OH BUX,B TO BAH CBEWTOllB. ,
Fonnil'lt. It.. Hudson Terminal (II. & M. R. It.)
Mx.-t'iitiu'M Notlro.
Church nnd Cortlauill Htroetn, II :i:l, 0 00, 11 10
\Uii-rt T Dori'iiuiM, I'XiH'lltor of Mmr
n. in., 1227 (Saturdayiionly), 1230, 342. 122 H \v1111>• ilce..iiKU'l, by " n l i T r>( tlio ulir(Saturdayn excepteiD.ti 12 p. 111.; Sundayn: II32, r.'.Kiiu. i.r Hi- .••unity of Muimiiiiilli. liorni) 30, 11 10II. in.: 1 30. 5 17 P. ill.
v , , | V M mitlrn to thu c.ivdltorH of Ilia
For further partlculam "Co limo-tablea at l,
•liild ili.i'eiiscil tn lirlnit I " thl'lr lU-lltH.
di'iiiunil'i
idiiliiit) UKi'iiiHt thu cMlnto
L wTuEKIlV. Suporlntcnilcnt. N. Y. and L. II. of said i l nmill
n a s o d , ulidci' oatll in1 alllrliiun . it.
liuii within nliii' nimilliH from t h o twonCHAS.O. Mcl'AODIN, lien. Pnmi. Ait.nt. N. Y. l y - l ' u i l t h iluy nt rlniiti'inlmr, I'.'II, o r
and L. it. II. It.
ll'it\y will be i'lili'K'r h a i n i l of nny iictlon
U. N. BKLL. (ion. Faun. Affont, l'cnn. It. It.
tlirri-fcir iirniliat split exei iitnr.
W. C 1IOPK, tion'l 1'oiiaeniror Aiient. Cflntrif
It. It. of N. J .
MERCHANTS STEAMBOAT CO. OF NEW JERSEY,
TABLE IN KITUCi NOVIMUEU I'll,
Subject to CIIOIIKO wltliout notleu.
Between Pier 24. foot ot Franklin Street. New York (LamUnil nt the llnlleru
to take on tmd let off Pasiumgera only), and Highlanat, Hlahlana lleaen.
Oceanic, Loctiftt Point, Fair Haven and Red Bank.
TokiihwuCall 1701 Franklin. New Yolk, and 423 Itcd Ilm.k. N. J . IIItIlil»n.l«Telr|,lumo, li'tL
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in view to give rousing big values at prices that will not be duplicated in many a day:
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Bed Room
-BRASS BEDS
Parlor Sets '
One of the sensational values in this lineis a
Quartered Oak Colonial style case. Rubbed and
polished finish. Size of top 44 inches x 20 inches.
Bevel plate glass mirror, size 34x10 inches. Value
$-19,50, sale-piiee $13.50*
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Large assortment in higher price Buffets as
follows:
;
Value $22.50 - sale price $18.25'
'• 27.50
- . sale price 21.75
33.50 - , sale price 2S.75
"
42.50
sale price 33.S©
Mahogany finish in a variety of coverings
and patterns.
Value $14.95
sale price $11,75
22.50
sale price _ 17.75
sale price
28150
sale price
69.50
sale price
52.50
Imitation Leather Couches •
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The prices quoted here are for full size
Couches. Construction and workmanship are of
the best.
Two-inch continuous post, five 5-8 inch fillers, satin finish; value $15, sale price
Other patterns priced as follows :
Value $17.50
- sale price
18.50. sale price
20.00 " ; - _ - sale price 15.75
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29.50 sale price 22.50
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DRESSERS
Value
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sale price
sale price
sale price
sale price
sale price
$6.05
8.5011.00
13.75
14.50
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CHINA CLOSE
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Value
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21,50
28.50
37.50
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sale price $11.
sale price I S .
sale price 22.
sale price 2 9 .
DINING ROOM TABLES
A special Golden Oak Pedestal Table with
claw foot. Size of top when opened 6 feet x 42
inches. Very strong and rigid. Value $9.95,
sale price $S.9O.
Other tables in this line are priced as follows:
Value $12.75
- • - sale price $9.75
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16.50'
sale price ^ 13.25
20.00
- sale price 15.75
"
27.50
sale price 21.75
Job Lot of Domestic Dinner Sets, about 100
pieces. Value $6.50, Sale Price $4.95.
Wedgewood English Blue Willow Pattern Set
of 100 pieces. Value $13.50, Sale Price $9.50.
Johnson's English Green and Gold Henley
Pattern Set of 100 pieces. Value $16.50, Sale Price
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There will also be included in this sale several odd lots of dishes at great reductions.
\ FURNITURE,
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CHIFFONIERS
Value $15.00
- sale price $ 8.75'
"
16.50 '
sale price 12.35
18.00
- sale price 13,50
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19.50
"sale price 14.75
If you desire a couch of some other covering
you will find them here at special prices during
the sale.
Value $10.00
"
12.50
" ' 13.50
"
15.00
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sale price
- sale-price
- • sale price
- sale price
Birds' Eye Maple
Dressers, value $20.00
- sale price
"
" 23.50
- sale price
Princess Dressers, value 22.75, sale price
"
" 21.50, sale price
Chiffoniers, value 23.50, - sale price
"
22.00, - sale price
Circassian Walnut
Dressers, value $22.75 " 24.50
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Chiffoniers, value $23.50
"25.00
Value $9.90 sale price $ 7.75"
11.75
sale price
9.25
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13.50 sale price
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15.-50
sale price
These chairs are finished as follows:
Golden Oak, Fumed Oak, Early English and
Mahogany. Cushions are Upholstered in Imitation Leather and Velour.
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$7.75
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sale price
sale price
sale price
sale price
sale price-
Axminster Rugs, 9x12 feet, value $19.50, sale
price $14.79
Seamless Axminster Rugs, 9x12 feet, value'
$24.50; sale price $ 1 9 . 5 0
Ingrain Carpets, value 40c yd, sale price.32c yd
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Pro. Brussels Carpets, value 80c yd,
- sale price
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VOLUEM.XXXVII
NO. 21.
RED BANK, N;*J M WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1914.
WBW OiSIBB1 OV ?OXtfOB.
PAGES 9 TO 18.
BI2TY BOYS AT A BUPFEB.
amount Bt tlio Youngr Mou'n Association
Ha?£y Clayton i^ tho BOBO Strong Arm
of the 3&aw While Wymbs is Awcy.
Ittet llliihl.
0OWOTX.MAI* OBWICISES BYSTEH
Aithur L. Wymbe, chief of police,
Sixty lads attended a supper for
Oi 1 BXABJISIBS KLUHBEBS.
went to Philadelphia Sunday with ex-
Who ©wns tit© Adjoining Estate, F©[email protected] Owned
M. C . Bo
tradiction papers for George Grcatrix
and Marion Parker, who were arrested
at Philadelphia and who are wanted
on 11 charge of breaking into several
Red Bank business places. Upon his
return'Mr. Wymbis will enjoy u, vocation of two weeks. This will be the
first time since he was appointed three
years ago that he has been off duty.
While he is away Harry Clayton acts
as chief of police.
Appointment of How Health Board
Momhsre, Moves Ralph o. Wiligruso to
aDeolar©-JIMiat 2?©es Clmr&rod for Examinations Are Exorbitant ana Illegal.
Charles L. Cook on Monday night
was appointed by Mayor Robert M.
Hurley to fill a- vacancy on the board
of health created by the resigr/ation of
John Ivins. The term expires in 1917.
In connection with this appointment
Councilman Ralph O. Willguss made
a speech in which he claimed that the
present system of plumbers' license
examinations is illegal. He explained
that some time ago the legislature
passed an act authorizing health
boards to uppoint a committee or
board to examine plumbers and issue
licenses. Such an' examining board
was recently appointed at lied Bank
und the use of the town h:ill has been
granted to the board for examinations.
Master plumbers who pass the examination have to pay a fee of $25 before they can practice their trade, and
'in addition they have to pay a tax of
$5 a year. Journeyman plumbers
have to pay an examining fee of $2
and a tax of $1 a year. For a short
time after the board was appointed no
examining fee was charged and most
of the Red Bank plumbers escaped
paying the fee.
boys given by the ladies' auxiliary in
the association building last night.
The room was decorated in red and
black, the association colors. Rev.
Lester G. Leggett, pastor of the Reformed church, made a short address.
He is in charge of the high school
bible class which meets Tuesday noons
at. the association building, and his
remarks related to this work. Thomas
Coulton, J. W. Heim, Ralph Light and
George Lovett were appointed a committee to take charge of boys' work.
ilareiag© ©f Hiss MeSlie WIBbyr, daughter of H o i eft F. Wilbur, and Louis Misi Sieiing ®f-Brooklyn,
a Notable Society Function—Eight Other Weddings at lied Bank and ¥icinify.
One of the notable functions of the
autumnal social season at Red Rank
took
place Saturday evening when
BIOBT V. BACH MAKES HEW BUSIMiss Nellie Fillmore Wilbur, daughNESS 0O1JHECTI0H.
ter
of
Robert F. Wilbur, was wedded
Increasing Busiineus of Monmoutli
to Louis John Rieling of Brooklyn.
County's I»arjjsBt Auto Z?e&lo? necessHo Will be tho Eepresontativo of tlie The ceremony was performed in the
itates Store Hero—sis Autos Already
United Clirur Storoo Company in Tlilti presence of eighty relatives and
Sola at How Branoh.
Section—Tho Change -Will Qo Into Ef- friends, while the bridal party stood
H. L, Zobel of Seabright opened his
fect Saturday, Decoinljcr E3th.
in u bower of palms and chrysanthebranch automobile salesrooms in one
Mortimer V. Pach of Red Bank, who mums. Festooned and decorated with
of the Daniel H. Cook buildings on
has been in the cigar and tobacco busi- autumn leaves, chrysanthemums and
Monmouth street on Saturday. Decness many years, has been made the other fall flowers, the room where.the
orated with chrysanthemums and
representative of the United Cigar wedding took place was converted into
other autumnal flowere and stocked
Stores company for this section of a woodland scene.
with automobiles of the latest types,
Monmouth county. The negotiations
Mrs. Royal Truswell 'and Miss
the new place of business presented a
for the change have been going on for Mabel V. Wilbur, sisters of the bride,
very attractive appearance. There
some time and the contract was signed were matron of honor and maid of
was a stream of visitors at the place
yesterday.
honor. Adolph C. Kiendl of Brooklyn
all day long and there have since been
Under the regulations of the United was groomsman. The ushers were
Mr. Willguss claimed that this sysmany callers. Most of them were tem of examining plumbers virtually Cigar Stores company, all goods are Edward G. Smith of New York and
buyers or prospective purchasers. created a trust. He said it established sold on the coupon system. Coupons Mr. Truswell.
Six automobiles have been sold since a combination in restraint of trade J>y are given with every purchase and
The bride's gown was of ivory
the salesrooms opened four days ago. making it impossible for out of town these coupons arc exchangeable' for white French satin and Marquise
The purchasers are J. R. Hendrickson plumbers to compete with Red Bank premiums anywhere, in the United lace, with a court train. She woro a
of .Middletown, A. J. Vreeland of plumbers in bidding on jobs, and he States. Under this system all goods tulle veil and a cap of rose point lace,
Matawan, Charles Brown of Long 1 said that it was unconstitutional for nre sold for cash, and 113 this results and she carried a shower boquet of
Branch, Raymond Disbrow, who this reason. Mr. Willguss, who is a in no losses from 'bad debts, special lilies of the valley. Mrs. Truswell's
bought two Buicks, and Frank Brand, New York lawyer, cited decisions by sales are held gycasionally at which dress was of gold antique chiffon velwho bought a Hudson. In addition to several courts in support of his argu- certain goods are given away with vet and .silk nut. Miss Mabel Wilbur
these makes of cars G. M. C. trucks to ment. He also made the clnim that purchases.
wore a gown of French blue tulle and
BALE'S' nE-0P.GAlJIHATI01T BALE. haul from 1,000 pounds to live tons the examining license fee system was
Mr. Pach will continue to sell other silver lace. She and the matron of
and ranging in price from .$1,000 to unconstitutional because it was solely goods besides those controlled by the honor carried boquets of Sunburst
Glonluft Out tlio Stock X*revioua to tho $3,000, will be carried in stock as well a scheme for raising revenue. lie said 1 United Cigar Stores company. He roses. The bride's mother wore black
Gliniiffo to nu Incorporation.
as Buick commercial automobiles.
EIGHT-TON AXTTO TBTJCK SMASHED
that it was a clearly established point will continue his wholesale cigar busi- chiffon velvet and Brussels lace, and
Joseph Snlz's re-organization Gale,
E. S. Denison of New York is in of law that license fees could be im- ness, but he will give up the wholesale the groom's mother was attired in
AT FREEHOLD YE3TEBDAY."
which started last Thursday as a pre- charge of the Red Bank salesrooms. posed only to regulate business. Li- tobacco branch. He will continue to gown of bla^k satin.
liminary to changing the store to an
Tho Episcopal ring ceremony was
Xlellvery Automobile of the Gulf Koflning incorporated concern, has resulted in He is one of the pioneer automobile cense fees 'for revenue only, he said, sell both at wholesale and retail the
men of the United States. G. R. Cono- were illegal. He concluded his re- Taking, Lord Stirling, Sibs and other used, and the bride was given away
Company of Entontown Oomplotoly
disposing
of it very large amount of
-Wroplsed^—W. J. AlUobacli and George goods. The first three days of the sale ver of Holmdel is hi3 assistant. He marks by declaring that any one who brands of cigars which he has handled by her father. Prof.'II. K.-Allstrom'a
has also had a great deal of experience carried the matter to the courts could many years.
orchestra played the wedding march.
Bahler Injured.
tho store was thronged. Monday's
easily have..the present system at Red
The change in his business will go After the ceremony there was a
A large automobile truck owned by stormy weather kept many people at in the automobile business.
Bank declared unconstitutional.
ception. Mr. and Mrs. Sieiing left for
.
.
The
opening
of
the
new
Red
Bank
into
effect
on
Saturday,
December
5th.
the Gulf refining company of EatonMr. Pach is already arranging for the a wedding trip to White Sulphur
town was smashed yesterday morning home, but yesterday and today the 1 automobile business marks the latest
sale
continued
with
unabated
success,
j
development
of
an
enterprise
which
change. Souvenirs will be given to all Springs, Virginia. The bride's travelA HEW PHOTOOBAPHEH.when it was struck by a locomotive on
It is the intention to close out all
——
! visitors at the store on the opening ing dress was of dark brown broad•the Colt's Neck road near Freehold. the present stock of goods in the store was begun at Seabright by Mr. Zobel
trimmed with fur, and she wore
W. J, Afllebuch and George Buhler, before startingup on the new business in 1901. From a small beginning the Joseph Dlolopf Soiia Photograph Do- j day and on certain purchases that day cloth
ptirtraent to i:oiiis Menucl.
j customers^ill receive free 50 per cent a hat to match. She received a large
employees of the company, were on the arrangement, To do this many ar- business has grown till its area of innumber
of valuable presents. Mr. and
fluence
has
spread
all
over
Monmouth
I
Louis Mendel, who was recently in ; additional' in goods.
truck and both are laid up with in- ticles have been marked at less than
Mrs. Sieiing will live at New York,
juries. Mr. Buhlor may be injured half their former figures. Many of county and is felt outside of the county the photographic business at New
where
the
groom is engaged in busiwell. Mr. Zobel is the largest auto- York, featuring theatrical and motion
internally.
the goods are suitable for'Christmas as
ELKS EAT BEEFSTEAK.
ness.
mobile dealer in the county and one I picture work and who fm-a number of j
The truck, laden with 1,550 gallons gifts.
of the largest in the state. He has a | years had a successful art studio in \ 0 n 6 H n n a r o f l M c m l l o r B a n d Friends at
of gasoline, was going towards FreeMcCleoB—Bottu.
store at freehold, besides_ his Red j Petersburgh, Ontario, Canada, has
S n p p e r ^st
TlmrBd!ly Hi|?M.
hold at a rate of about twelve miles
ATTACKED BY BTItANGE EtAIT.
Miss
Anna
McClces, daughter of
Bank
and
Seabright
places
of
business,
!
bought
the
photographic
department
hundred
«im,
()
n
w
an hour.. Hn occupants did not see
he. also has-a sub-agency. at-As-.: of- the -Dickopf photo and. art shop at.! mp " n h e pl . ' "? Rprt R-f, if Won nf
Alex I;. McClees of Holmdel, and
thiT locomotive till it wns too lute to' Margaret Thorps Held Up While on Her nnd
bury
Park.
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ot
Red
Bank
lodge
of
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Robert W. Betts," son of Robert W.
ast year he tiold S00 new i Red Bank and took
avoid a collision. The big eight-ton
Way Homo Monday Hifflit.
and their friends, attended a beef- Betts of Rloomfiehl, were married Satcars and 100 second-hand machines, I day.
truck was flung about fifteen feet.
Margaret Thorpe, nged fourteen
Mr. Buhlor was knocked unconscious. years, daughter of William Thorpe of
Mr. Afllebach waa pinned beneath the Westnide avenue, was attacked by a
wicjkago of the automobile.
_
strange man while on her way home
Tlie men were picked iip by passers- through Sunset avenue Monday night
by and woro attended by a Freehold shortly after six o'clock. Tho mandoctor. Later in tlio day they were placed his hand over Margaret's
| ing Valley camera club issued to him ^ G c h " S ,Cde b7s"v"ra1 TcSl i *** ™ ' » shower boquot of lilie,
Has Boon Vory Slcir.
taken home. Mr. AfTlebach's injuries, mouth to prevent her calling for help
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of the valley and roses, ihe wedding
while less serious,than Mr. Buhler's, and threw her to tlio ground. Dogs
march was played by the groom's sisare much more numerous, lie is cut owned by William Kecler heard the
ter and brother. Miss Ruth Betts
anil bruised on various parts of his commotion mid they began barking.
the pianist and she was accompanied
body and several stitches were taken This frightened the man away. .MarSeveral applications for membership 1 ™ * he violin by Stephen Betts The
to close the wounds. Neither man will garet thinks the man was colored. She Mr. Parker/ in .a letter to THE REGISBOUGHT EKTIUltTOE FOB STOEE. I in the lodge were received. The com- o u s e w a ? attractively decorated wifti
XER,
says
that
he
wants
the
report'conho able to work for several weeks.
was not injured but received a bad tradicted that his leaving Red Bank
- ! " . in
• • charge
•
. , , , spruce,
chrysanthemums
and autumn
Affleluu'h's and Buhler's escape from fright.
p ,
y
II mittee
of the supper included
was due to the fact that his brother, liarlos E. Lewis Purchases Borden Exalted Ruler Richard Applegate, Dr. eaves. Following the ceremony redeath,was little short of miraculous.
B.
Allen
Parker,
was
on
notes
for
him
Street Property.
Almost as remarkable was the fact GATHOIJC AMD PARKER 1TABBED.
Edwin Field, Frank S. Wright, Clin- 'reshments were served, after which
for $200. He also says that the reCharles E. Lewis has bought a lot, ton F. Elliott and Arthur G. Sickles. tlr. and Mrs. Betts left amid showers
that the gasoline In tin: truck did
not catch fire. The inflammable fluid Mon Charged with nobbing- .Rod Bonk port that he loft town with a team, 50x100 feet, on Borden street from
f confetti and rice for a Southern
wagon and produce belonging to his Ensley E. Morris as a rear entrance
was thrown up into the air and landed
edding trip. The bride's going away
Stores in the County Jail.
BIBTHDAY
OF
A
BUSINESS.
is without foundation. He ! to the Forman Morris homestead propon the cars. The train was stopped
ress was southern brown garberdine
Gulroix and Marion Parker brother
says that he will return in the spring I erty on Broad street which Mr. Lewis j
and conductors warned the passengers hndGeorge
nd
wore a hat to match. Mr. and
a hearing before Recorder Harry and conduct his vegetable business and ; bought last spring. He will put up a j Oo«o*«uu>o of Anniversary Boffins To- VIrs.she
not to light matches. Every one ,C, Badeau
Betts will live in a new house at
this
morning
and
were
sent
»
*
*t
' 1
i 1
I ' l l *
1 1
1 ' morrow
TH/H*T-^"IT at
O^ Storo
Q ^ n v A of
r\4 B.
TO Hanoo
Wrt«AA &
C* Sons.
O^«n
thought that the fire in the locomotive to the county jail on a charge of rob- that he has leased the race track farm j brick store building on the homestead
. 60 Clarefield avenue, Bloomfield
* Hance & Sons will begin the ob- The bride received many beautiful and
engine would cause the gasoline to ig- bing a .number of Red Bank stores near Newman Springs for another; property next spring. A house of
.
f
h
i
h
b
nite, but this did not occur. The cow- last August. The men were arrested year from Bennett Bros, of- Belmar.
seful
gifts, including checks, cu
- Be ven rooms and a barn are on the | servance of their sixteenth business
puU'hcr of the locomotive was smashed at Philadelphia on another charge
Borden street lot. The house is being j anniversary tomorrow. Special re- glass, silver and linen.
and other slight damage was done.
1VIO FARM Sai.ES.
remodeled and made into a double I ductions will be made in all departa month after the robberies.
Bailey—Hioltey.
The engineer suffered a few small in- about
house at a cost of $3,000. Mr. Morris , ments and the stock will be especially
were brought to Red Bank this
juries. The shock of tho collision They
Joseph A. Hickey, son of John J
by Chief Arthur L. Wymba, cuAnoB to no Held nt Wow Liomnontu bought the place a number of years ! arranged for Thanksgiving shoppers,
threw many passengers in the train morning
ago
for
$1,200.
The
house
is
occupied
j
Ihe
observance
of
the
anniversary
Hickey of Red Bank, and Miss Clara
and Ziiuoroft.
who went to Philadelphia to get them.
:
en
out of their seats.
The cattle and other live slock and by Charles W. Ritter. The sale was will d next Wednesday. The furni- Loretta Bailey, daughter of Horatic
Parker formerly lived at South EatTho automobile truck is a complete ontown.
•
| ture and hardware business of R. Bailey of Atlantic Highlands, wcr<
the farm machinery of the late Jo- made by William A. "Hopping.
I Hance & Sons is one of Red Bank's married at the Catholic church at At
loss. It is valued at $6,500. Another
seph D. Frost will be sold at auction
automobile will be at Eatontown in a
it his late homo near New Monmouth NEW BBEAD MIHIIJQ MACHINERY. '• largest business enterprises. It was lantic Highlands at noon today b
GATE
SMASHED.
j founded by the late Robert Hance, Rev. James F. Morrison. The wed
few days and the delivery service of
omorrow, beginning at ten o'clock in
i and
the company will be resumed.
Pair Havon Man Breaks Sown Ballroacl the morning. The''sale will be con-1 Apparatus Weighing- shreo T<m» Fat lu | ana it now conducted by two of his ling was attended by a large numbei
ilucted by Mrs. Frost,' who is ndmin- i
Child Bakery Plant..
sons, Borden L. and Irving Hance.
af friends and relatives. The bride
date mid 2>nnuii?es His Automobile.
MOHETf TOn WAB BWEI-EBERS.
rare a white crepe meteor dress
A Buick roadster owned by R. L. istratrix of her husband's estate.. In- j A new bread mixing machine weighcludcd in the live stock are eighteen i ing about three tons has been inDEATH FROM BUKHS.
rimmed with princess lace. She car.„
Farnhnni
of
Fair
Haven
and
driven
t
0
Bra Society rorwarfls
stalled in the bakery plant of Child
ied a boquet of white roses.
by his chauffeur, .crashed into a gute milch cows and five heifers.
Bed Cross Society.
E.
DeL.
Eaton
will
sell
all
his
live
Bros,
on
West
street.
It
is
operated
Highlands
Woman
Dies
at
tho
Long
Miss May Clusey of Red Bank wai
at the Southern railroad crossing at
At the last meeting of the New Monmouth street, Red Bank, Tuesday stock, farm machinery and a lot »\" by a twenty-horse power motor. Be-1 Branch Hospital Alter tuiig sutferinir.
ridesmaid. She was dressed in ye1
Kni society, u chuck for $ii77.75 was night nnd broke it off at the base. The household furniture on his farm at | cause of its great weight it was' Miss. Margaret Killion of Highlands, ow crepe de chine and wore an etr
ordered sent to tho chairman of the chauffeur claimed that he tried to Lincroft next Monday. Mr. Eaton has 1 shipped in throe sections and hoisted who was dreadfully burned when her :ap. She carried a boquet of chrys
Red Cross society at New York. Jacob stop his car when he saw the gates :i well stocked farm and u big lot of | by block and fall to the second floor ' clothes caught file at a bonfire in her inthemums. George A. Hogan of Rci
tluricli of Red Bank was chairman of lowered, but that the brakes failed to machinery and tools will be offered of the bakery plant by John Egan [ sister's yard six weeks ago, died at Bank was groomsman. Mr. and Mrs
the solicitation committee which col- work. The only damage to the auto- for sale.
without a mishap. The new machine j the Long Branch hospital Sunday Hickey received many handsome gift
lected this money from Germans and mobile wns a broken windshield and
Jacob C. Shutts of Red Bank will will be in operation in a few days and j morning. Miss Killion was visiting After a wedding trip to Washington
ntluir friends in Red Dank, Long headlight.
be auctioneer at both sales.
will replace one winch was damaged j her sister, Mrs. Charles linger of D. C, the couple will start housekecp
Branch and Keyport. The committee
*>.e_
—
a short time ago. >
| Highlands, and the bonfire was started ing at Red Bank. Mr. Hickey is ;w
is iX\\\ soliciting funds and any addi.
,*^.«-o.
j | n t ] l e yard to burn some rubbish. Miss electrician and was formerly in part
ITaVQBlnk Mrm'B rlngfar Injurod.
i, OBHeSED AHD SHOS.
tional money collected will be sent to
toff Tern With Luinuoi- Hook.
Killion's dress caught fire and before neiship with tlcorge J. Daly.
William Stearns, who is employed
the widows' and orphans' funds in llorao'u Siutoiinir Emletl When n Bullet
.„.,,.
, « n i , i .
the flames could be put out she watr. , ,
by I.e.'itor Sickles, the Navesink groNew York to be forwarded to the war
William DuMontof Freehold ,s V C r y badly burned. She was taken to
TEnnis— Blttonhonoo.
Wan
Fire
a
Into'
Its
Brain.
cer, wns opening a box of butterine
/.inn'. Next Tuesday night a dance
timber in the woods at Chapel | y , / h o s l ) i ' t a ] | w h c r c s h e stliTtn.c,(i . n
Frightened by n bonfire on East .nut Saturday night and he used n j sawing
Hill. One of his employees is William days. The funeral was held tbi.1wil| he held in the E'intrucht hull and
Jli.ss Katherine M. Ennis und Davic
part of the proceeds will be used Front street, a hoi>:i! owned by the two-pound weight to pound the cover Hopkins of Navcsink. Hopkins drives morning at the Highlands Cat hoik Rittenlioiisc, both of Long Branch
Red Bank steam laundry jumped in off tho box. The cover came off sud- One of the logging teams. Lust Thurstoward this fund.
be married tonight at Star of th<
church and the burial was at Mount Sea church by Rev. William P. Can'
front of u trolley car Friday night Icnly, and one of Mr. Stearns's finthe team started to run away. Olivet cemetery.
and was struck and so badly injured gers wan badly torn by a nail. The day
well. Miss Mary Knnis nnd Matthc'
hook of an oXclmin caught HopSIirowsDury Muninl ronucfl.
by the car that it had to be shot. The wound was dressed by Mrs. Sickles. The
Ennis, brotlior and sister of the brid
kins in tlie leg and n bad tear was
Doath of roriuor Highlands IVIan.
Twenty-one graduates of the horse's mane caught lire from the bonwill
be maid of honor and groomsmar
made in the flesh. The wound was
Shrewsbury school orgunized an alum- fire and this terrified the animul HO
Tunis Lane of Freehold, formerly The couple will make a short weddin
ITow Bnrbor Shop. v
looked after by Dr. B. E. Failing of
ni iinraeintion last week, with Frank completely Unit Thomas Howard, the
trip
through New York state and" 0
of
Highlands,
died
at
Princeton
SunFred Slier of Worthlcy street, who Navesink.
I.nwes an president, Miss Helen Lnng driver, was unable to control it. The
"day from a complication of diseases th(!ir return they will start, lioiisekct^v
recently nold hin laundry luminous on
21s vice president. Miss Alice Beuk as horse was valued nt $200.
lie was 77 yeais old and was an undo ing at Long Branch, where Mr. Ri
White street, has opened a barber
Mci-ctury riml Miss Ethel I.ayton as
will remain "at home" and en- of Tunis H. Lann of Highlands. The tollhouse ban a bungalow furnished.
shop in the White building at the cor- many
treasurer. Meetings will lo held the
tertain
company.
In
order
to
have
the
was hold this afternoon a
Miss Knnis had been employed 1
Haok From Auto Trip.
ner of East Front street and Wharf rooms as "comfy" and "inviting" as funeral'
first Thursday of each mouth in the
Freehold and the burial was at Fair the telephone company nine years an
avenue.
Mr.
Sticr
had
u
barber
shop
Mr.
ami
Mm.
William
M.
Pctingale
- MChoolllOUtiO.
you
desire,
why
not
secure
now
that
field.
has
been supervising operator of tl
of Hullbard avenue, in Middletown on West Front street, near Maple aveMatawan, Kcansburg, Keyporl ai
Motsa Buffi'Airotto Coming.
townsip, returned Monday from an nue, before he went into the laundry been considering for fcomc time? As
Heart
Disease
Oausofl
Doath.
Ilolmdol
telephone offices. Mr. Ril
Miss.Inez Milhollaml, u prominent nutomobiltHtrlp to Philadelphia and business.
"Thanksgiving Specials" A. Sals'. &
Miss Paulino Brown of Atlanta tollhouse- is tho treasurer of the Mor
»<lvo?uto of woman suffrage, will other points. While nt 1'hiliidelphia
Co., Keyport, quote: $12 golden and Highlands died last Wednesday o ri'iilly company of Keanj-burg and h
Armory Nearly Finished.
speak nt the Red Honk hi|rli school they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. ''
fumed oak round dining tables with heart disease. She was ,'lfi years old, is the junior im-mbcr of the firm (]
next Tuesday night under the nunpicuti Harry Krlcder, formerly of MiddleWalters & Minton completed tlie pedestal legs, at $8.98. (Others, val- The funeral was held Saturday at St. Cemgc W. Uittenhouse & Son
"
of the Red Bunk women's political town township. Mr. Kreidei^wna-nt carpenter work on Red Bank's new ues to $SB, at ?-1.98 to $27.08.)
Paul's Baptist church nt Atlantic Kcansburg.
union. Miss Mllhollund has appeared onojkimo connected with tho manage- armory on West and Chestnut streets
Swelled front quartered oak buffets, Highlands and the body was buried in
1,ore before and has given several ud- ment of the Red Dank and Key purl last week. All the other work is done with French, beveledj plato mirrors, Quinn chapel cemetery.
Howlaiui—Vrico.
di-rraes on woman suffrage.
trolley line.
except 11 few finisiiing touches. Tlie $18 kind nt $12.98. (Others, values to
Hiiniilton I'rice of Red Bunk wn
armory will bo turned over to the use $37.B0, at $14.98 to $28.08.)
married last Thursday afternoon
Dnok Aftor Mine Years; Arrontod.
of the troopers nn noon 11s it has been
Moona "ftiulln' Might."
Many shipments of carpels and rugs
Miss Keherai llowhuid of Allenburi
Frank K. Wymbs returned to Rei The
Walter Conk ifi 11 new member of
l'rl/.eii for the best kept garden ill inspected by tho state military bonrd, have been received by them from the
ceremony was performed nt tt:
Bank this morning after an nbiicnc bride's
the Moony lodge.
The
lodge
will
ob-.
great
auction
sale
of
Alex.
Smith
&
nouthwestcrn
Red
Bank
will
be
home by Rev. lhvight L. Pni
Hi'i've "lndloM1 night" Thursday, De- awarded Friday night at American
Slng'&ffement Aimouuoou.
Sons' Carpet Co. As previously an- of nine years. Ho was arrested on
sons
of Shrewiiliury. About !15 l>oi
cember <Jd, ut which, time will be a hall on llcflch street by W. E. limm.
nounced, A. Kalz & Co. were the largest charge of desertion made by his wife !;onii .woro present. Miss Louiso I'rio
Mr.
ond
Mm.
J.
A.
Snnborn
of
Oakeuchre party, a dunce and an enter Speeches and an entertainment will bo land otrect announco the engagement purchmsei'K of any concern in this vi- Mrs. Teresa Wynibs. Ho wan held i of Hod Hank was llovvor gii'l and Wa
and a comparison will show $200 hail to await the- action of th ter Howland was page. Mr. nnd Mn
tiiimncnt by Now Yorkers.
given.
of thoir daughter Alretta to Harvey cinity,their
nmuirbnents are more ex- grand jury.
Price left for a wedding' t'"'P l » Cl
Jennings of Oakland street. No date that
^rivnto 80I100I,
tensive,
the patterns nnd colorings
cago
and Montreal/ They will live
Imit yet been set; for tllfl woddinjs;. Mr. prettier and
If It Is
richer, and tho vallum
MIBM Grneu Child of lted Bunk will
Tho third ilegruu of Blirnwnbury Jcnningii in employed by "the I'uhllc
« selection in jewelry and you aru ii Allcniiiirut. Tim groom in preside
open 11 private primary nchool on lodge of Odd Fellowo of Hod Bank wan Service electric company at their Red much butter than elscwhery. Sntilhu* doubt what to give, mini' in niul mi of tli<i Red Bank real tmtiitt! eonipni:
Axininster rugu, iiizo lHx!!(! Inchon, nt
Mouiluy, November Sflth, nt !W liraid lionfflrrcil upon James Grover Monday Bunk plant.
treaiiurer of tho Monmouth co
70 cento each. (Other sizes in like extaiiHivu display will nolvn the proh and
street. For further particular!) write night. Following the initiatory ceretracting company.
lcm. I. W, Smith, (! Broad ntreot.
St. Jamos'H Thanksgiving ev« proportion.)
- in '41 Branch avenue, or telephone 45- monloH a mipjior nnil aoclnl wasi onAiliwrtitwmciit.
euchru and dnnco will bo held in Jit. < Millinery at greatly "reduced
', M.—Advertixinent.
(Ji'alngfer—Johneon.
joyed.
Jiimoa's clubliAiifio, Monmouth nlroot, priced" to close out stock. SpeciuJ
Kn Anything
IrvinK
Johnson,
son of Duninl Joh
After TOM Ha™
vnhiiMi
In
Tliunlfijgiviiig
linens,
imm'n
lu'-xt WedHoBdny ni$ht, November 25,
portnininp; to jmvolry, Itio Smith aerv
Semi to B, II. Crnte's for a case ot trli'll uthora, try us on your watch nm TicketM fid cents. The committee has clothing, women's dresses, coats and ice always plenties particular pcopl tiou of iiridgo nveinio and Chontn
nlrent, Ked Bniili, w«n murrlod ycnte
ISullnntlnA export beer. You wll! tioi'k loptiirintt. We guarantee all re made great preparations for this suits; also men'11 and women's foot- 0 Hroud "street,- /Idi'erliiioiifiil.
day to Minn Annn (JrnitiKor of No<
flml it just right,, Pliona 181 Red walriiiK thnt leaven our store. I, W event nnd a good time is uisurcd,— wear. A. Halv. & Co., Keyport. N, J.
ink. Tho ceremony wan perform'
It
pays
to
lulvortisoin
TJIE
Hank,—,,Miw4J««ws»t»
(tnlth, 0 Drontl street.—AdvtrtiaetHcnt Aih'trrtittcinaitt,"
Tlio Corneliitu N. Bliss plueo at
Ocounlc has been bought by Howard S.
Ilorden, eon of the late M. C. D. Bor-1
den. Tho place has b(en held at
$150,000, but it is Haid that Mr. Borden secured it for-about $100,000. Mr.
Bliss died several yeara ugo and tho
'place' has been for sale for some time.
Tho Blisa estate comprises about
ninety acres. Tho residence property
contains about thirty acres. This
tract is on tho north sido of the Red
Hank and Oceanic road and.it adjoins
the M. C, D. Borden place on the east
and tho Meeker place on the west.
On thin tract is the residence occupied
liy Mr. Bliqs during his lifetime, a
house for the gardener, a large eonHervatory and other buildings. Mr.
Bliss and Mr. Borden took a great interest in the appearance of their
.places and their grounds were always
well kept and handsome. They did
this not only because they wanted
their places to look well, but also as
a matter of civic pride. .. a •
The Bliss place and the Borden place
were two of the earliest places in that
locality which were converted into
handsome summer homes. Mr. Bliss
was at one time Secretary of the
Treasury nnd for many years he was
treasurer of tfie National Republican
committee.
The tract of tho Bliss estate which
was used ns a farm is on the south
side of the road. No houses ore on
this tract. It is set out in fruit trees
and is rtfh aa a first-class faring
Tho M. C. D. Borden place is now
owned by Howard S Borden. The
purchase of the Bliss property by Mr.
Borden was probably made to protect himself against any undesirable
neighbor. The property 'has been on
the market and it is said that several
parties" have contemplated buying it.
Mr, Bordon may retain the property
to enlarge his own grounds or he may
sell if a suitablo opportunity comes.
Joseph Widley, who for twelve years
was employed as general superintendent of the Borden property, will
have charge of tho Bliss estate, including both the residence grounds and
the farm.
OF BBABEIGBT OPDI7EJ
BBAHOII BTOKE.
~«^.«.®»
• —
Newark. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson
ill live at Long Branch, where the
room is employed in Rudolph Vogel's
eat market.
Fattorson—Horofnll.
Bliss Rachel Patterson, daughter of
e late Peter V. Patterson, and Fredick W. Horsfall, both of Middletown
iwnship, near Lincroft, were mared Thursday afternoon at the Red
ank Baptist parsonage by Rev..Johnii L, Miner. The witnesses \ver«
iss Thorne of New York and Mrs.
iner. The newly married couple are
ving at the Horsfall homestead. The
•oom is a farmer.
Touhey—Corcoran.
•John Corcoran of New York, son of
'illiam H. Corcoran of Hendden's
orncr, was married Monday night
Miss Anna Touhey of New York,
he ceremony was performed at St.
hn Evangelist's Roman Catholic
hurcli. After a dinner at Shanley's
Ir. and Mrs. Corcoran left for Niagra Falls. Mr. Corcoran is a promient amateur baseball player.
Mount—Bates.
Miss Lizzie Mount of Red Bank and
eorge G. Bates of Little Silver were
larried Monday, November 2d, at St.
J
aul's chapel at New York by Rev.
\.. D, Henzell. The witnesses were P.
>. Wacker and Paul Schafer. Mr. and
.Irs. Bates are living at New York,
.'here the groom is employed.
SHOWEB FOB BEIDE-TO-BE.
Hioa Gillian Antonidea of OaWand Street
Surprised Monday Nl£ht.
Miss .Lillian Antonidcs of Oakland
itrcet had a surprise kitchen shower
Holiday night at Sirs. William P.
•Iugg's on Maple avenue. The party
a:; arranged by members of a card
lub of which Miss Antonides was a
member. She wag invited first to Ro
1 moving picture show and when
he stopped at Mrs. Hugg's the suririsers were on hand to welcome her.
ames were played and refreshments
.•ere served. Miss Antonides received
nany kitchen articles for presents.
:ler engagement to Joseph Dunn of
ong Branch,was announced a short
me ago. The guests at the party
vere Misses Cecil Weaver, May Conkin, Christine Hook, Ethel Davis, Jo;ephine McQueen, Daisy Davis, Flor:nce Bainton and Sirs. Frank N .
Worth.
.
MA3IIIED IIT JIO TIME.
Couple Wedded by Recorder in £e&3
Time Than It Takes to £ell It.
One of the quickest marriage ceremonies ever performed at Red Bank
Look place in Recorder Bndenu'a office
Monday. John Hinton, the groom, is
a cook in Libby's restaurant at Red
Bank. He left his work and appeared
before Hymen's altar in his working
lothes. The bride, Mrs. Addie Wation of New York, was in a hurry to>
?et back to her job in the city, and she
md Mr. Hinton urged the recorder to
nake haste. It took about aminute to
erfolm the ceremony. The witnesses
were R. V. R. H. Stout and J. Frank
atterson.
HEW TENNAWTS i'OB HOUSEiS.
rive Bed Bank Dwollings Bonted to H o u
OcconpautQ.
William A. "- Hopping has rented
_ eorge B. McCarty's house on Bergen
place to Mro. E. C. Gwynn of Atlantic
Highlands; Miss Annie Stevena's
house on Monmouth street to Mrs.
Victoria Potts of Front street; William O'Brien's house on Broad street
to William Anderson of Jersey City;
Joseph Winter's house on Wallace
street to Mrs. Ida Conover of Holmdel; and Irving Davidson's house on
Hudson avenue to William Wikoff.
PAYNE PBOPEBTY SOLD.
Rlvorsltio Aveimo IXOIIHO and l o t Sotijjhfe
by Mrs. Ellen Johnston.
The Payne house and lot on the
west side of Riverside avenue was
bought last week by Mrs. Ellen Johnston of Bridge avenue from II. C. Hailley of Elizabeth, formerly of Red
Bank. The property was held at
$0,000. The lot is 50x150 feet. The
house has nine rooms und is provided
with hot and cold water, heat and electricity. Mrs. Johnston will move in it
next week. She has rented her Bridgo
avenue bouse to a railroad man.
Bunnet Avonuo Honso Bold,
Horace Tros has sold a house and
lot on Sunset avenue to Michael Thomas of Chestnut street for $2,200. This
house is one of the three houses recently built by Mr. Tros nnd wuii
bought by Mr. ThomiiH for his own occupancy. Mr. Tros will lioKJn the erection of another house on Sunset avenue this week. Mr. Tros has solil a
lot on Sunset avenue to Mr. Schmidt
of Wallace street.
Mr. Schmidt
bought the lot us an investment.
Will Botire from [email protected]
Warren Hopkins, who has boon engaged in tho real eutulu bushies* on
Monmouth street, will retire. Ho estpects to lcavo Saturday with bin father
on n boating trip to Key Wont, Florida,
where ho will upend tho winter.
The iinntinl ThonltB(?lvln(r «va ««di»i
and dimco will I10 hold at St, J « » « ' a
cluhhoiiHo noKt Wednesday night. A'
largo I'Qininlttcu 1H»H chni'KQ of t\W »r»
rnngemcntH.
Her atari's !)»!(«
may hn a loi'ki>t nii<! chiiin, <i ring1, 8
bracelet or pin. If ymi want lo graitfy
it iii<if<:itly I'IMIIP "'id B»loit thx (I«8?r4
iii'ticlo fimn our unrtvitlnl dtvptay Qt
r»liiihli> jinvnlry^ I. W. iilrtith, 0 Brr
A
d
H
l
THE REO ftftftH
Ten.
^-aclrt ClnW Team BsicfttM tue Crescent
37e&2H of Asbtiry JPark ¥£tre© dailies.
SBSEJB VOUEO A * A V K A l m c KZOS&A1TBS
WEES.
The Keyport -yacht club bowling
team defeated theCreueent team of Aabuvy Park three games str(ught_at
Keyport last Thursday iijght.
scores were as follows:
1 J » Worst Tita "Was ia B«rry Xritel'i
•tf to About IS.OttO—Bed Bunk MBM'B
YACHT CLUB. '
K&&<f Bunlea et ^&Iss Fire,
Eilihart
1C2
3!>!i,
Tho Atlantic Highlands fire compan- Hurtman
Curtis
14i
ieg were called out to fires Thursday, Htoiuuivkson
*4S3
Friday and .Saturday of lust week.
The worst fire was that of Thursday.
John Kelly of Shrewsbury avenue,
. lied Bank, an employee of the Standard Oil company of Bed Bank, was
carrying a can of gasolino into Harry
Kridsl's meat market, when tho gasolino got on fire from an oil stovs. The
Etove was behind a counter and Kelly
adid not know it waa there. The interior of the market was ablaze in a
.moment. Sterling Sweeney was alone
in the store at the time, Mr. Kridel
'Seini* in New York, and Kay Stryker,
another employee, being at dinner.
Very little of the stock in the store
could he saved. The loss to Mr. Kri:*lel was about $1,000, which is partly
covered by insurance. The firemen
got the blaze put quickly;, but the
Etocli was ruined and the interior of
the store was badly scorched. Mr.
Kridel has opened a store temporarily
in the Maokey buildiiiR on tile opposite
side oT the street. Kelly's hand was
turned and -he was laid up two days,
iiut ''c is now at work again.
On Friday afternoon the firenjen
"were called out to put out a fire •which
Jiad started in the public dumping
grounds and which spread to tho
Meadows. This lire did very little
damage t u t there was a lot of black
smoke which made the fire look dangerous.
The barn of William Skidmore
caught fire Saturday morning from a
pilo of burning rubbish in the yard.
A honeysuckle vine covered the side
of the barn and this caught fire and
spread the blaze over the whole side
of the building. Both Atlantic Highlands fire companies were called out
to this fire and the lire was soon out.
During this fire one of the hose men
stumbled and this turned a stream of
water on some of the firemen of the
oliier company. A little later the hose
men of the other company, while carrying their hose through a door,
Handled the nozzle in such a way that
Hie hose was accidentally turned on the
firemen who hn/J drenched Eomo of this
company's men. This incident recalled to old-timers at tho fire the
disputes between rival fire companies
half a century ago, when it was as
much the duty of a fire company to
fight any other company at a fire as it
was to light the fire. The damage at
this fire was slight and was covered
by insurance.
Totals
Bau£;
Tel-lull
Havena
Totalff.
819
Ill
160 ,
105
146
179
liO
171
165
174
135
172
157
730
7G5
793
133
EOESE F B t l , THHOr/aH BRIDGE.
FedcHer BriagB in Claim Atrninnt. Conuty
for lnjnrioB t o H i s Horno.
The county freeholders will nioct
at Prank S. Wcclts's at Colt's Neck today to consider u claim for damages
made by Max Levy, ii Red Bank dry
Spoils dealer who peddles his wares
through the rural district. Mr. Levy
was driving- acro.-i's n bridge between
Pnalanx and Krobeyville last month i
when one of tlie planks ^ave way. The '
Jiorso'.s. 1L'}T was so badly cut mid
liruired that Mr. Levy ha a shire been i
unable to use tin; /niinial. Ho has
hired :i horse from Mr. Weeks for his ;
routif, and the injured hursc is nt Mr !
W l '
ilk
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PAHTY AT FO31 EOHHOBtH.
Ecii Ennkcra ana MitliUetowJi Tu-.vu3liii) i
People ^t r.itiui3 iinuu PJiilliijii's.
Mis.s Anna Phillips of I'ori Mun-'
moiill) i-ntiirtaiiu'd nearly a .smrc of,
friends l.-isl Kriday ni^lit. The fjucst.s
plnycii K»'!IC.'! :IPHI iMijoyod imisit-itl m'.-\
loctio.'i.s :uul ](!i']'cs(i.'!icn(..s.
Tho.iu i
l»-us.:>it wore Mi-, and Mrs. Juhn !
Sni'i.b. I.un.v, lOiiiia and N e l « m Kmilh, \
Charh s anil (Umci- (iriiy and Krauk
t!i-;,v,-!'.:nl oi Hul l i a n k ; Kola Casler,
Katii- CIdimui-s, 1C11:\ (iraylhiK, Helen, j
Arir.a and i i a r y r h i i i i n s , ,fames Alar-1
t i n a n d T.awivm-e I'hillips of 1'orl,
M o n m o i i t h ; Mis.-: Mazi'l ^anli'i- of lie!- j
ford, anil Miss I'miline Smith ;uul ,!(»-i
sepli H w uf N( w York.
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Horfioa ajid other Goodu UoU\ at Colt's
Heck Saturday.
A team of hoi-Ke9,wnKoii, harness mid
other (roods belon|;iiiK to Edward I,urkin of Ealontowii, formerly of Colt's
Neck, were sold .Saturday ut the mi it
of Frank S. Weeks of G'oll'ii Neck, who
had a cbattel morti;a«e on the property. The aalo wna held at Mr. Wi'eltn'H.
The team waa bought by William
Uartshorne of Colt'u Ncek for $200
and the other thinprii were jmrclmned
by Mr. Weelifi. Mr. Ilarlsliornp will
UHC the lioi'Kes for farm work.
Got <3ola J^lotu roi- jfflzB.
Andrew JobnMon of i'ine itroolt la:;t
tsfcek received a jiir/o of a fivu-dolltLiIJflld piet'e for i«>llinK more ttmn iil'ty
tiekeUi for tile refeilt ox- roast held on
tlie Krouiulu of the I'im: Brook Zioti
hii'thmihii
ehureh.
JZ'&et.'Qtt Wvtntux in Mogpitgl.
BA*HiB.
&0B£ Bra&ob ItallaB BseeiTOS Charge of
GboS la Kia BigMi SI«t.
Gaetino Aceera of Long Branch was
eatins
ppw
riddled trith shot while e
s
pp
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at ti>9 horns of AngeJo
Farr
Saturday night. The Kun w
flred
through a -window ond the charge of
shot struck Aceera in the right side.
Mr. and Mrs. Forrara and. taeir infant Bon were struck by a few scattered allot. The injured people were
taken to tho hospital for treatment.
No clue lias taaeh found aa to the identity of the shooter.
The
Times
• If half the energy some people burn up in
discussing the war were applied to real work,
hard times would take to its heels.
The war hurts business chiefly because a lot
of people are so timid that they scoot for the
cyclone cellar every time it thunders. While
looking for trouble, they overlook opportunities.
Fear wins no victories. Let's crawl out from
under the table, stiffen our backbones and
inarch straight ahead under that inspiringbanner: " I ' l l find a way or make one."
Paint the house, put on the new veranda,
mend the roof on the barn, repair the fences,
buy that automobile, hire the new clerk, do
just what you planned to do before Europe
went crazy,
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All these activities ami dozens of others you
have in mind will provide work for somebody who needs it and will benefit YOU in
the final outcome.
Your action and the other fellow's will stimulate the whole community. Prosperity is the
natural result of united action—.YOUR
action, MY action, EVERYBODY'S individual action toward a common cause.
When everybody is busy, everybody is happy.
AVhen money is changing- hands, everybody
tjets his share. Hard times thrives on fear
and indolence. A.11 good principles stagnate
without industry.
1( killing Lime were a capital offense, a lot of
folks would go to the electric chair.
del busy; spruce up, spend an occasional
quarter in The Register's Want Columns to
make known your needs. It will repay you
a hundredfold in actual returns and satisfaction in knowing YOU are doing YOUR
share toward tying a can to hard times and
chasing if from this neck of the woods.
Lets Start
Red liank.
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Mrs. Harriet B. Stak&ir, v.jslow o£
John Steteslr of Coifs Noels, died Saturday mowing at tho home of I K ;
daughter, Mrs, John W. Sherman of
Scobeyville. She feaJ been hi pool
health the past year anil her condition
had been serious the past four months.
Mrs. Statesir wag s daughter of the
late John V. EIEBWBS of Long Branch.
She was hotn »S Colt's Neck and was
in her C9th year. Her husband died a
few years ago. She leavea two ehildren, Mrs. John W. Sherman at Scobeyville and Bliss Carolina Stat«air of
Lone Branch. She t'lso loaves three
brothers aad two Biaters, William H.
Enuaons of Pottstawn, Pa.; Jacob B.
EmnioD3, J. TiOTenian Exnmona and
Misa Annie Emmons of LonE Breach;
and Mrs. Gsrretfc Back of Colt's Neck.
lira. Stateair had made her home with
her daughter the past year. Tha funeral was held at the house yesterday
and. was contested by Kav. J. W.
Hogan of E«i Bank end Rev. George
VI, Labau of BwatoesB. The burial
wafc at Brick church cemetery at Bradevelfc Mrs. Statssir was a member of
the Eed Bank Pireabytarian church.
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'This is to be a practical Christmas. The indications are that, while the exdiange of gifts among relatives and friends will ba aa free and generous as ever,
more people than .ever will select articles which are really .useful
To further the Practical-Gift idea, we are offering unusually good values- to
esrfy purchasers, in many articles that are particularly adapted to giffc-giving.
We believe it would .be a valuable suggestion to. purchasers ..to commence their
Christmas shopping .at once, taking advantage of msny P"te, securing firat selections, and relieving the last-ntinute-rasfaes which try the clerks severely.-
Plume Luckv l.'f,
V/enuefia;' oj K3.*rt Blessae.
Dr. Harry H. Pemberton of Lonj?
Branch died last Wednesday, aged 61
yeara. He was attacked with grip
last winter ami had been in a feeble
condition aver sine®. Tho immediate
causa of death waa heart disease.
Dr. Pemberton was born at Oceanport on the old John Pemberton farm.
Ha graduated from Jefferson medical
college in 1872 and the following year
he graduated from the Hahnemann
medical college. He lived at Oceanport many years, hut his office snd
Erofeaaional duties were mostly at
ong Branch. Hei was the owner of
a large tract of land at Oceanport and
he also had large real estate holdings
at Long Branch and Asbury Park and
also at Mercedea, Texas.
He waa twice married and leavea
two children by his first wife. His
second marriage took place about a
year ago. The funeral was held yesterday afternoon.
AT AG-I] OI' 05 YEARP.
Mrs. Daslol I- fSOieuck of Holjuilol a
Victim or.PfiralyBlu.
Mrs. Catlierine Schenck of Holmdal,
widow of DanieM. Schenck, died Friday after n sickness of several months.
She had suffer _d several paralytic
strokes. She waa 8&years old and was
a daughter of tho late Elisha Holmes
of Holnulel. She leayes three children,
Miss Ella Schenck and Theodore
Schenck of Holmdel, and Austin
Schenck of Marlboro. Mrs. Schenck
was a member of the Holmdel Baptist
church. The funeral was held Monday at the house and was conducted
by Rev. W. P. Chase. The burial was
at Holmdel cemetery.
COMPLETE SHOWING READY
:
Tremendous stock, including latest foreign 'novelties at "old" prices. Make your
selections early, as importotion has practically ceased and we cannot secure duplicates.
Roller- Skates^ lea
Sanies.
Ten Plna
Soldier Suite
Moving Pieturo HashSnes
Furniture
Beads
[email protected] Tables
Trunks
mechanical Tralna
Spore Toya
g
Elttirieal Trains
Friction Toys
EiestrSs Engines
Toy Soldlapa
Hsimply Dumpty Circsus
Qol! Beds
Doll HOUSOG
Btasks
Shooting Qames
Filied Christmas Stookings
Teddy Bears
Dssk and Chairs
Tables
Books
Drums
Paint BOKOS
Nosiiantsal Toys
Ball's
Ereotor
Autos.
Doll Carriages
Sleds
Bpcssed Dolls
UnsJeoosod Dolls
Express Wagons
Gosoters
Shoo-Fly
Footballs
Chairs
Stovros
yolcoipodoo
Tricycles
Hand CR?B
Stabler
Printlna Preasoa
Tops
Bulldlns Blooiia
Rooking Horses
Roily Polly
Pianos
Bicycles
Kitchen Cabinets
Basketballs
Purchases Reserved with a deposit tintii wanted.
Sasita Ciaaas Pendant F r e e !
Women Who Want
DEAD.
KETHIED
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Uiitf. Gcuruc S w a i n Dloil Rt AUaatovrn'i
liairt Cr.tnrdny WooS.
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Rev. George Swain, a retired Prei- [
byterian minister, died at his home at,
Allentown last" SaMlVday week. ' Mr. |
Swain was 13 years .old and was born
in Scotland. He came to this country
when he was eight .years old. He
graduated from Kutjfia's' college and
the Reformed theological seminary at
New Brunswick. His first pastorate
was at Middlebush, .N. J. Later he
was located at Freehold and Brooklyn.
| He served as pastor ,of the Allentown
Presbyterian church 37 years until he
was retired three years aco. A widow
and six children survive him.
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This store is always first with the latest store novelties. For example: Fawn
top shoes have been sold here fcir almost two years. ! No other store .in-Hew
Jersey had them before Septernber of this year.
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We now have new patterns and new colors that put us away in the lead
again.
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Death from OeaoFal Doliility.
Charles II. Gravatt of Adelphia died '
last Thursday from general debility, j
apiMl seventy 'years. He leaves a wife I
and two sons, George W. Gravatt of
Asbury Park and Robert Gravatt, who
is on the United States warship Delaware. He also leaves three sisters,
Mrs; John Thompson of Long Branch,
Mrs. Robert Thome of Perrinevillu
find Mrs. Jennie Storms of Illinois.
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Sand, Putty, Mustard, new Fawns, new Greys, Brown.
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Among the shades are
As a special inducement to visit our shoe department next Saturday, we offer
These have patent vamp and patent heel foxing. Spanish Louis heels. This
is a $5 style elsewhere.
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Death of A£oa Woman.
Mrs. Gertrude B. Maconkey, wife of
William F. Maconkey of Keyport, died
hist AVcdncaday. Mrs. Maeonloiy was
88 years old and dentil was due to old
tiKe. Besides lu:r husband she leaves
several nephew* and nieces. Mr. and
Mrs. Macunkey had been married 00
years.
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MiniBter'a wife Dealt.
.Mrs. William N. Baily, wife of Rev.
AVilliam N. Haily in" Asbury Park, died
last Thursday, aj^od 55 years. Mrs
Baily was a native of Virginia and
married Mr. Baily 21 years ago. She
leaves one son, Alleyne William, who
is attending school at Detroit.
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AN AITCIENT M S B TEUCIC.
First Truck Uiicd by JjQngf Branch to
Tinrnmn Proanrtv of Volnntoors.
Fanr Chang-OB Mildo in t h e Momfoorn of Annual Meeting of Driving Association
tile County Committee.
ZXeld £aat -Wccb.
Jtut few clum^e^ were made in the
Liberty Krant,re held an iiiti-ivslinK ' l i s t o f ""embers uf the Monmoutli
u
., in its hall al Uradevelt last ! ™ "ty Uwiiosratic
committee as a remoc
recent
Wcdne:iday afternoon. Hev. and .Mrs. Is u l t ol
"" 'election. "Themembets
of
the
committee
are as follows;:
Claries I'almer of Marlboro joined
A t l a n t i c - . .I'Yiink Wccli.H.
the (fnwiKe. The iri-anfiers endorsed
1 0 a t o n t i n v n - - ( i i ' » i ' K < ' A. K t c c l e .
a resolution favoring the establishl''rt.i:lMilil-- C i m i i ' l l u s t l u r k H l u w .
\l\i\ii
ment of ii state college for younf? V. ] . ; u v r c i i i ' i . .
women, similar to tho college at New
Itruiiuwiclc which' is conducted for
l l n w o l l ' — .l.iirii'n II. llnti'h'c'i'.
yonnif men.
.Muniila))jtii
Jmii'|>ll K m 1 .
Marlhm-o
l > r . ) . 1 >. 1-lly.
Liberty KraiiRe is :S9 years old and
.Mlildl.-tmvn--.Mi-lvln A. H i i v .
owns it own buildinp;. S. IS. Wells,
M l l l i i t i m i : • — l l . r u h i ' n II. H l r a l i . m .
.Xi-ptimc
I'-i-nnlc I*. Utiti-lM-r.
wlio ia secretary of the Krnnpi-, has
U r e M i i — I h n i y *!. V a n X o t c .
filled that oflice 25 years.
Kiirltun ~ 1 \ u t t o Wt'l^aii'l,
SliivWMlniry--.r. ]:iwn.i.l llui-vi'v
—%.«*CHATTEK MORTGAGE 8AIE.
KeBtnaott
County Clerk Joseph- MeDemotfc
was sworn in office by Judge Foster
yesterday tor his fourth coaEecutive
term-of five yesrs. The unfair is
54,500 a yean Mr. McDermott's bood
for ?25,000 was signed by Michael
Ford, William SJcDenantt, Edgar I.
VandWveer, Tunis V. Yetman and
.Frederick Harttnan of FrcAold; G.
Asa Francis of Lane Branch and
George W. Patterson, Jr., of Ardena.
Edward Taylor was sworn in as deputy clerk. His salary is $2,<M0 a year.
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•Wl&ow of Jetas Steteeis «* CoWs 2I«(.i
jtv&xK oy aana- BISAHCS; uossoa.
The headless body of a man was
found Monday morning at Navcsink
beach by Peter Laboync, an Italian
workman on the railroad. The body
was nude and was lying doubled up on
the rocks inside the bulkhead. It nad
evidently been washed over the bulkliuad during the storm of Sunday
nifiht. The left leg was broken off at
the knee/and the dismembered portion'
lay across the shoulders. The body
had the appearance of having boon in
the water several months. The man
had been over nix fcct-.tall mil honvily
built. The finjiersi of the hands had I
been skinned, and if any rings had !
been woni by the man they had i
slipped ofT. Coroner Melvin P. Yard I
of Beh'u.'d was notified and lie took j
the body to his morgue.
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Graitifo Uokl
Meeting I»nst
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Miss Minnie Seiler and J. Gilbert
VauCleaf of Long Branch Hero married at that place Saturday rafternoon
by Hev. Morton A.. Barnes. ?ha marriage took place at the bride's home.
After the ceremony a weddii g breakfast was served to a few clor friends
and relatives. Mr. and lira. VanCleaf wait to New York on their wedding trip.
Henaioss Body of Man Found Monday
Homing: at Havoaink Beach.
liberty
1)37
180
Boiler-—V
BODY WASHED AEHOEE.
(rKAHGEEE AT BEflD2V3GLT.
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ioork-y
512
2L>i>
l«0
153
187
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tn : a - - * ' l u u l , . | ! l . i i y t u n .
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l l t ' l u u r '1'lii.inaH l i i l l u i i
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li. M i i v i ' i i i u i r l , D u i i l o l \ v . I t n l i l . i n .
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I'outlmtl
(laiutt
u "i'i©.
Tlie J.onit Hrani'li anil Neptune
loWnBhip foolbail tenmM played a lie
Karae ilaturdny ut LOIIK Itrmicli. J'IH-
at-ore wan 12 to IV- Itoth tniiniH lined
and Inn ft-w trii'k
• M M . JOHOIIII Mairce of Kvi^ri'tt was Btraiifht football
•*tn j,t-i"ioti:.iy uk.k Monday jnornia^, lilayii wend tried.
i i i ^ t!u! hirth of a BOH, um! wan
to t!«i Wig Brunch hospital.
I t j»iiyti (o ai
- In 'I'm: Itmvni:it.
The annual meeting of the Freehold
driviiij; association was held last week
at the Monmoiith house at Freehold.
Directors were elected for the ensuinR
year and n financial statement was
read, showing the association to he in
fiood condition. The dircctorn are O.
AV. F. Knndolph, Peter P. Conover,
finrrett A. Dcnine, Walter C. O'Leary,
Charles McCue, Edward Taylor, \V.
Herbert Vanderveer, William S,
Holmes, Dr. W. E. Trunx, Captain A.
M. Bradshiiw, F. I/. Duckalew, George
K. Schcnck, G, M. F. Randolph, Jamea
A, I'ailier and Warren H. Conover.
The first tm-.'l; used by the Oceanic
iire company of Lonft Branch in 1872
is to become the property of the volunteers, those who were the early firemen at Long Branch. The truck i s
now unfit for service but has been
used in several liremen's parades. The
volunteers and their ages ure Thomas
L. Worthley, 77; II. C. Maps, 72;
Alexander JlcCoiwiell, 68; James P.
Throclcmorton, fill; John A. Eaton, 62;
William Hemlrickson, 82; John P .
Lane, 68; G. E. West, 67; Dr. J. O.
Green, 75; Samuel P. McCloud, 75; E.
H. Clark, 75; and G. W. Jeffrey 6-1.
Croxstm—D&vis.
Miss Martha I'. Croxsoii, daughter
of Charles Croxson of Long Brunch,
Advertised XtOtterg.
was married to Charles II. Davis of
Advertised letler.s arc at the Rod New York Sunday afternoon. The
marriage took place at New York.
Hank poatollicc: for:
Tho ceremony was performed by Rev.
AVnlter Williams and waa witnessed
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Wllllaui Alnlionoy.
Jiii'onui P. Martin,
by the brido'a mother and her sister
William l l a n . l u l l ,
A r t h u r Mctiiilre,
Irene, and George Mitchell. Tho bride
t.'iKvui.l 111,1,11,.,
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h a graduate of tho Long Branch
Am..si. .ui i:„..:„-r.
W. II. lirnwn,
Jumcs 1). Ni'lNon,
hospital training school.
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.luliii W. I'littnr.siiii,
Alfred IK-itvra, Jr.,
Kklmnl Itmtnrn.
111.1] , i , | J, Uolililna,
William IIOIMTIM,
Klti! ltnwliinil.
I', iv.nuvc.r Ki'lii.nck,
Ituli'iim Smith
.I.-Hso llnilth, '
.1'ilin Klrnun,
iValtiM- Blilnii. \
JuMtiph Mtiuvait,
Arthur Taylor,
.vlny Tnvlur,
I'Mtvnril 'rlli.lliiTt,
VVlll. TlHUIlIlM,
flawyer—**atts».
Misa Anna II. Sawyer of Whitctsvillu and Arthur 11. Patten of Avon
were married al Went Ocean Grove
Saturday night by Ilev. C. B. Fischer.
Mr. anil Mm. Walter Ewintf of Ocean
(Jrovo were the witnesses. Mr. 1'atlen ia an electrician employed ut Anbury I'nrlt. Ifc and hlfi firido will live
Avon,
Jtuse I*. Maiuiinin in mayor of Monmoiith Bench by u ninKle luillot. Thiw
VVaiti'l- A. 'rhnlll|iilnn deciBion wyii limided clown by Justice
I ;<tward Tliomixjiul,
Hamuol Kalinrh of tlie .supreme court
• !•:". K 'IrcMuult,
yesterday. At the election Mnimlian
received 7-1 votcn an«l Abrom <>. Julint.l'i' I". Wllmn. " '
(!.-<i. I,. wllllnniH,
ion 72 votva. Thirteen ballots were
John Wuollcy,
i-«j*!cted. .lohiuion wsu? KtMrstc-fl » rtst'Ouni: in wliicb lur giihii-d obe vot»?(
Everything points now to a sweeping revival of business confidence. The deadlock in trade and industry
which followed the outbreak of the European war has
a t ] as j. ^ e e n broken.
The Regal Shoe Company has sold in their own
stores over 115,000 pairs of Regal Shoes since October 1st, 1914,
which is conclusive evidence that the public knows the value and
wearing quality of
REGAL SHOES F®B WQKfrl are made In all §©[email protected]@. Uevu
ties atstii exetoive models fw [email protected]@rai sfraof [email protected] m&i special <stcca-<
slims. MB advance Im zndsQQ? ^3.S0 to $S.O€».
ME^'S I12ESALG, heavy and light weight, black, tati asisl p«[email protected]
e©It, a &[email protected] for a purpos©; $4.00 to 9®.O®.
BUSIES mmwm SHOES F©i BUYS AN© .GiBLS for dress ©r
setoe! senSof—flie shoes that stand fte wmav.
HIGH CUT) STORM SHOES "tor Men, Wommm usid Children.
BOBBER BOOTS A^© SHOES, Best QualHIos,-Standard Makes, at
less than last year's. prices.
THE nee SANK REGISTER.
l
cj.lM,
l l'<»u|iii.-, wllli •m
f o r ti Y.inier;
iiltee, iis ruri-tiiKiT
rriiK
r ; In
IK-iir Hi.'d Hillilc. Addn-wn
dd
J. ]',., box 31V,
licit Hutlli.
|
1
ntuui : w e r e eiijuyfc'J.
T h o s * ps-fcs*iifc
were Mr. and Mra. William JBHnker- for Invalid,
tnmrefc Boat* Beiug amwgvd to Meet hoff, Mrs, H^nry Neiiwted, Mrs. Butt«;rfK«s,
Marion
Dickinson,
Frieda
Jfetds of Bsvssal OrffaBteaHo&a.'
WO©S BOB BASE.
NciniUd, Masie HMIIHIHS, Phoebe Vonbarrels for .my (lol)ai-. Kmvurd G.
••What OBIV be dona with a very
Heidd, liuth nhd Marie Butterfnae,
veit, til Went l-'runt otri.-ct, Hcd
limited and in very doge quarters, is
Benjamin
Uankina, Clarence Smith j
being demonstrated by tlio women of
»nd Charles Denbiger.
Oceanic in t h t Presuyterian • church
SQB H U H .
house'on BlnghaDt avenue, The church
The ladies''auxiliary of the Baptist
A it mnl.te. dinim; room s 'I fo.1 Bill*'
Call in M Herbert .treet, Hod
i-lieiip.
nhurch
will
hold
a
food
sale
in
the
se, which if» a single I'uoJtl 24x45
Friday afternoon
at three Hank.
ieat with no modern convanisraesB chapel
usually found in buildings fos- social
purposes, is the original Presbyterian,
chu'rdt of that place. The building at
present is being used by several .prfjanizatoimi each night of the week,
with tho exception of Saturday night.
"Jtie room has been used for some timu
by the sewing aahool and by tlie boys'
dub of Oceanic and BO much interest
Jiiis been manifested by tho gatherings
of these two organizations that the
building is being enlarged in order to
accommodate tho increasing membership.
o'clock.
Gas has been inntaHed in tho Baptint pai'sonARe and a KSS range huu
been placed in tho kitchen.
The ent i r e houBQ is now lighted by RUB.
Donald
Goodeliild;
who attends
Princeton University, spent Sunday
und Monday with his parents, Rev,
and Mrs. Horace B. Goodeliild, Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob tWyckoff, Jr., of Holmdel, went to the football gume at
Princeton Saturday in their automobile, and they brought Donald home.
J O E SJSHW.
H'MIM '
Lillian
HunU,
O i l .Ml'I'liUllll'
candy
H t l l - i-t.
A
r
Ask
US
E.0OMS,
runiilihe.«
rooms, with o r w i t h o u t
liunril; iilmi t w o Him VKIIIM for Unlit
IiOIISck.'i'rdllf,".
f.(i .Mi'lllll'illtll
Stle.'t,
Apply a t Hid Dank.
store, i*p»;i'
B O O S E S 3rO» B E H T .
Klvc hiniHesi for runt lit IEUIIIMO
»Hi.r>l) tn Sir,.DO monthly. Apply
11. Illntvlinulin,
Hnmsrin,
I'liiiiii.' :iii7.
tlmu to K"tf"»*
fresh
maple | Iiil
"Mount's
your
Birsup sou
syrup:
lli-Ht,"
yffiixiX.
{f
500 clwt. of olO gold, Old Kojil lioulfht
for a u i h 01" exclmused for m-'V.'-jjooilis. I,.
d» !a UmiMiIll*. JewelCT, 38 Broinl i.treot,
lied Bank.
-I ciiok
rhHip.
BAIB
If you want to laiy, sell
your .'ill'. Rive UH a ci.lI. AH
a
r1of,'<»>'l
e BASE.
iditlim,
Vf, 11
Box h i . Kilm-
Kmrn-h, N. J .
on, N . J .
avitbxtma SOT WASSBB,
i
y iind o n e I f n l s i r i n , iji.th
Hell Hunk, nil'!.:!1 $."»(>0; nuiHt he ftt-Hh; alHu t w u d m ; l«- rn>-(iu>n hi B!X
Jiimea HendrickBon and family and
I •up for trash.
AdilreMM L o t , hox 117,
AVfokH. r. H. VaiilJiTvct'i", l-'rwliMhl, X. j .
An cfltyt is now being made to J. Dey Conover and family went to the
J Ull nil.
T h o r n - 2'Ju-W.
football
gnine
at
Iniee §4,000 to repair the present Princeton-Yale
GVlt S'OE B A M .
EJAEOT0W F A I B .
structure ond to cover tho cost of the Princeton Saturday in their automoilllKle hilll-el, lireecll InaillliK nliot Bull
J ' i i s t UdptlHt c l m r c l i , K< -1 i t u n k , l > i rail.'.
Apply " I ' vY"Btnhli) iicenm.,
extension and if enough money can be biles.
c.'iuhf-r 3d » m l 4tli. O m n : a i m ^i-t yi>\ir
i]
liililk.
Mrs. Clifford Mount of Red Bank
rained, modern conveniences will be
jjiippcr a t tli« D u t c h m a r k e t .
i»uy f o r
installed in the present social room upent Tuesday with friends hero.
whut you cut.
FOB SMB.
/William Castor is having a bay winof the church house.' .Of this sum
Hunting smvc, nearly iii'W, in ••sc-clU-tit
about half hus been raised and the dow built on the dininf? room of his
Klvt* t o t o n itcreH
titiK
soliciting committee is-endeavoring-to house. Thn window will bo obpu. t. 9 8 'ondiilon, '."nil m- \tlU: I". .!. tilMli-Moii, KuniHon vmid, I ' r l e o film p e r a c r e , Aj>M.llnnll.
pl> t n ..WIDJHU? H , Hiii(L-Ii)iiil)i), Kni
raise the balance before Thanksgiving I feet, and ia being built by Zimmerman
WOHAH W
N.
.(,
J'hoiio
:tii?.
,,,
,,
il
I Brothers of Long Branch.
Woinnn iViinliil
iliiy.
i n l l ll» IIBHIHI with H i imral
l
A l
Elijah - Owen and family of New
llev, Arthur A.. McKay, pastor of
F O B BALE.
Apply at 1211 Ilruivd Mtrci-t,
Iteil
Hank.
York
spent
Sunday
at
their
Middlethe Presbyterian church, ia cnairman;
Hiifi: fnlillwr he'l, wlili h a m ome hi'vtiled mirror, for nalc reanouahi
Ali'S. K
'Bertram II, Burden ie treasurer and town home.
1', .MaK'.-e, IllKlllail'lK ayiinii
Athurtlc
Twenty IUIIT.'IK of
f raw
o
Mrs. A. C. Root and Mrs. I). P.
JVHBB Grace Porter imd Samuel Burd
]IIKIII:IIHIK,
-\'. J.
nil p i l e
15.
H
.
I.ulliH'll,
Kvy
i- — _
—.
arc other members of thefinancecom- Hendricksen spent Tuesday at New
liiil-l, N. .1.
T A B I i E S P O B BALE.
mittee which ia r&jjjimp; the money. At York, where they attended a meeting
Two
pool
tables,
1
1
1
llrst-rlnss
cu
STOPI LOOKI
WBTBNI
the sowing cla3s meotinKa girls ranK- of the Minsionary society.
liiihKlit aii'l >'ol'l a t 07 Hmu.l thin, for ft.'ili- a t a Hacrithe. Due h a s
SnK from live to fifteen years of BRO
Gcoi'Re H. Wallace spent last week
pocket*.
Taylor r,
street.
.MiUchilil? a specially,
(iiii-cy cover! UK anil
Knlnlitoivii, N. J.
\gothor for instruction in how to line at Newark and Orange,
Millinery .shop.
the needle aild ninny of tlio Rirla have
A New England dinner will bu
H A T OflLE,
lie:omo so proficient in the art of aevy- served by the women of Zion MethoXewly renovated, eight rooms ami
All luitH reihiceil. .MoiimlllK orilel'H a t SnK that they are now malting their dint church tomorrow niRht from nix
teiiileil lo a t one.-. Corey .Millinery simp, hath, ull liiipriivoliieiiisi J3f, n niuntli.
BIIJO ME YOUK POSTAGE S T A M P S .
POB KENT.
SUPPEB.
Apply
to Mm. Funitilinr, 1 ii:! lOnst F r o n t
own dresses. The boys' class is de- to eleven o'clock. The grand rally of
" Hired.
Witl pin 1 Highest nuirliet price f o r c a n l l n u s e a t l i W a l l a c e s t r e . I for j v u l , a l l
-Slijiper for the henelil of t h e Auierieilll
Hli'i'i-t, Hod Uanlr.
Voted to physical arid spiritual work the church will be held next Sunday,
lleit
piirci'l
p o s l
o r I'.iiiauiii-I'iicllh- . - : loehiinics lo lie. held in t h e l.itlli' Silver iiiipriivelii.-ntN; a l s o h o u s e ill 1! l i i n l1- o n
1
POTATOEO
I'OIi
DALE.
. s i l b - i l
s l i i n i j . s .
l l l M l i e r
v a l u e : ; o f .-..I.I•innfor,
r
e
n
t
,
s
i
x
r
o
o
m
s
,
all
i
m
p
r
'
v
e
loclmnicK hall, Thursilay eveniiiK, -N'oana indoor athletics take up a large I it having been postponed from hist
EOK SALE.
..ti
t s s i i "
a l s o
e.'iiiiteil.
-I'lioniiis
h.iiif.^
nts.
A p p l y t.i f o o k & O a k l e y , Ited
e liiiijilri-.il Imi-l-iilii o f — ' , , , •••alleiaher
l!Hh.
'I'l.'lietH
M
c
e
n
t
s
.
,
,
,
i
'
.MornillKH
d
u
r
i
n
g
.Nuveinli.r,
lahle
anil
portion of their evenings. The hoys Sunday on account of the storm,
rowu, Ih-Kisler 'dlire, lied Jiank.
nK-, o r a n y a y . - i u .
i.einn-ti,, , ) ( l l | | i | | ( . n I i m i - , . , , K S r,-,,m , 1 , , . octM^oii
have a pool table, swinging rings and
UIII'IIP'.'N.M.''
W H I T E PE/1.THEKB C ^ E « W B D .
I hotel nt Koal.rilslit.
Apply a t :|:C! llioa.l
H E A T E R WAHTED,
other Kymnnstic paraphernalia. Mr.
l)u licit illse.'ii'il s.illfl ivlillr fi-atli.'is:
STEIWWAY PIANOS.
"•"'! mr'eet. Hi'il Maul;.
HOUUE TO LET.
Ps.-.l
n-iiter, s u h i i b b for a small
nil Uln.ls I'li-anccl; nrlri' n-as.inalilr. full
B u y t h e b e s t , a .Stehiway ulii-ifili t,
He Kay lias organized a bay scout
use to l e t - o i l Spi lUK s t r e . t, in-i....
u s e , n-iuitcil.
M u s i I.. In K I c.'.iidlor aililrt'^s I]. M. II., 1 ' ^ .MoniiKniUi
UO;
S'ert'.^rau.l,
?(ll)0; Ihiill.l, S i oU.
B O A E B B B S WANTED.
troop at Oceanic and they will hold Farmers Around Here Find Oaino Plenti;
T
Hi-oiul
Apply tn W. A. Clayton,' I
. n ; c a l l I"' bOI w a t e r , s l i - i i n . m- h u l a h - .
vi't, Kfi'iinil 11'M.r. rh.jii. lii:.-M.
< fiish o r paynieiits.
W r i t e fur eatalL..mio,
iin.'l for rent in licv.ly I'm nislie.l
t, Iteil llunli.
weekly drills in conjunction with the
ill.- m a k e , p r i c e a n d s i z e n f l i r e p o t ,
•, with n r without
hoard.
Also
or 1 \vlll cull.
T r u n k T . Itluoni, It--«1
ful Tlila Doaaon.
I . l l v s s M e a l e r , b o x :il::, Keil H a n k ,
F I i O O R OII.1 F L O O R O l l i l l
Haul;.
P h o n e Il'.l-K.
*
athletic work.
.
-. lioru-il.
Anply nt ; : : .Monniniith
Last week brought out many gunP I G S VVAKTED.
Rave tli's w.;ur anil ti'nr on yonv floor
street, Ki'.l Hank,
In addition to the building' being ners through this section.
notes yye.lKhliu; ;.". to r,0 poun.ls; must
by USIHB Totlcy'fi llnor u l l . 51) c e n t s a
C A K E SAX.E.
F O B SALE.
Some of
h e a l t h y uml all rlfciit,
J . T. l . o i c l l ,
c e e l i vol.on- p a r l o r Mill In
used for the younger folks, it is also them claimed game was scarco on acItallon in bulli, o r in oiiiH a t Ou c u n t s .
Till- \ V e s U l l h i » l e r <-|n-l,. of t h e P r e - h y l-'lv. -lil..'1'e
G E T Y O U E AViiLI, C L E A N E D .
I...1 e i . l l d i t i ll. c o s t :'• ' w i l l : - II f u r
i'l'lnll I'hlllTli will holil i i . s i d e of k ' " l
llavu It (1i.ins
used for the weekly prayer services of count of dry weather, but tlie farmers l . l l l l e Silver, X. .1.
f jiKlit prii-c, Ttstley's, Hrouil stri-et, H , 0 lianli.
t
h
I
fuinlllile
ill r.-iisoitiilil.'
-"..
nt
'
l
u
v
t
o
n
'
s
u
r
o
r
e
r
y
.sinre
i.i
fnoil.s
i
n
.lalihhi
l.y l.'hiirli'B Tlltoll,
Illll-tli'llthe church and for church sociables.
POSITIOB.
f. A , W i l s o n , s i x l l i I n i u s r f r o m
who live here fared
pretty
good.
Position Wnutca as Housataopor.
Siiliirilny a f t e r i i onn. \ n v e n i h e r 21st, friui
D H I U J r r i l U B VMBXll c v o m u o ,
,.
.,,1,1,-i'sK m i ' I'M IT nf IliYini, ill Pill
i i v e i u o ' , o n l-'iiir Iliivell r o a d .
- Chester N. Wainwright of Soabright Thomas McDonough of Red Bank tind
-MiiUllr ni^i'il v.i.man wlsli.'s position a s
Ulianffcur wuntx position an p r l v u t u or !„ , ' . . . , N ^ " , " • . ' " " ' " " ' ' J ' " ' " " 1 ' »i- Kt;iil'i-nl liounc-ki.'.-lJi-r for luu'lielor .ir u l ' l - tWO Ulllll 111.' i l
lias been awarded the contract to in- his brother John and nan Daniel
i-oiiiiiii-ri'lal ilrlvi-r.
...l.Uvs.-; ('liiuifr.-nr, j _ " ' : . _ . . _ . ! . ' . „ : _ . • _ _ .
IIWIT, .,r in a lu.ti-l.
C u l l , ul -Mrs. I ' .
NOBWAV MAPLES TOE SALE.
MOVIE MACHINE P O B SALE.
WABTBB.
tilnll the plumbing and heating in the bogged 16 rubbitB the first day. Johr box :ii:i, It".I Hank.
T M O iiuiiilred si'lected X o n v a y inapliis,
P u w e r s ' s i i i e \ i n k l i i t t u r e niacliine, X o .
LrVl.y's, l-'ilSt h t l l C t , Ot'lS 111 il', X. .1.
w h i t e KII-1
new house being erected by Dr. W. T. Cross got 8 and on Thursday he
POB SALE.
•'. t o ." c a l i p e r , f u r H a l o . liiirc;e n u n i h e r
."., a n d ii s t u i i i l a r d huntli, t o g e t h e r o
fall
ainut h i m - n-l ices,
Six lotn lit Full- Haven (KuniUleld.) TnGill Wylie of Now York on the Rum- shot n jack rabbit weighing 12 pounds.
l " s i n a l l e r t r e e s i r ileslreil; linest s t o r k
siipm-iite, for siih...
Will s e l l , lint h t o .
WANTED.
uekiuortoi
Mr^. l't'Kli->'. I
illlro at ^OO .\luple nveiiue. UeiT Unult, or
s t a t e .»!' N.-yv . l e l s r y .
A d d r e s s A. W .
Apply l o I n m i e l IJ.-mietl, H e l f . u d
ison road. The building is to be one James
( i l r l s \vi iiti-.l in l.ulT r o o m : n i s y work; $^IMI.
Hank.
Dugan
got G rabbits and
if Chillies 10. Kuril.
' I n i p p c l l , I I ISroii.l s l r e . ' l , l i e u l l a n h .
Tli'-.iter, Ileifor.l, N . .1.
Hii'iip
lioiiril,
o
r
Mill
pay
p
a
r
t
|,-oil,l
[lay:
of the show places of Rumson and is Michael Ryan C. John Cnvwfdrd and
Apiily l.y l.'tter, I'. -Muncolnniiitat "it.
OFFICE r U E I I I T U a K F O B BABE.
being fitted out at a great expense.
A
P
P
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E
D
A
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K
E
L
O
.
B E D B A N K DAXBT.
SAVE TTOTIE OLD "CLOTHES. ~ ~
nlllK-l.o.h coiiipiiiiy, .Matawall, X. J .
Edward and George Hoey were
Illllri' fliriilturt', fiinii.-rl\' a.siil l.y tl
l''H'ty new iloubli'-lu-uily f o r nule. l l r n r y
S w e e t c r e a m , p u r o milk from o u r o w n
Ilest
jirices
paid
f o r Hi-contl-iinnil
The board of education will meet ning every dayi Mr. Crawford bagged l;lK'''iirom't, Hi'iKlilt-n'M I.'OMHT.
l'lioiu- Ki'il llimli t r u s t con)pau>, I'oi- sale, lll.farms;
fresh
butter,
Initierinilii a n d
;onts' clothtiifT.
I'-or estimiitoH i m i u i r e
S A T E Y O U E OLDCARPETJi.
iiulrt; I>. .Schwart/. A Son, Front «trt'
tonight in the Oceanic schoolhouse. 20 rabbits and the Hoey's 23 for th
L'75-l-'-i: Mlilillutmvn.
t Itcil Hunk .Steam niirl Dyo W o r k s , '.13
B e a u t i f u l r e v e r s i b l e r u g s m a d o from h o m e - n u i d e p o t c h e e s e d e l i v e r e d d n i l y .
ami .Maplt uvi'iuii',
It lms»been the custom to close the week.
'i'eloihroWHliury a v e n u e , or i'-t W e n t Kr.int
old c u r p e t y a n d clienllie p o r t i e r e s . W r i t e C l i a r l e a A . M c C l a s k o y , R e d B a n k ,
rOJl REHT.
t r e e t , Iteil B a n k . P h o n o 16-K o r lti-.M.
Cor c i r c u l a r s . A m e r i c a n I t u g Manufac. p l i o n e 4C3-M R e d B a n l t .
public schools the dny before ThanksWASHIMO.
Mrs. George Hale and a party oj
KI\-room luinsi 1 , a l l i m p r o v o n n - n t s , il
Ilavo your waHhlng dono a t t h o J e r s e y t o r y . i!9lt Vdrinonl Htre.p.t. Brnnlflyn.
giving and not reopen Uiem again un- friends from Kumson spent Thursday Sulifnt a v e n u e , Ili'd )innll. A p p l y ti) J .
F O O T B A L L CLOTHING.
FOB SALE.
Const
laundry.
Family
v.'anh,
rough
dry.
til the following Monday, and it is with Mrs'. Halo's parents, Mr. and \V. .Mount, lti'il nmilc.
A n y t h i n g in Sp.al.lhi^'s lln.- a t l i i h i PIEST-CLASS PLUMBIHO VOEE,
GO cont«; flat work ironed, 16 cents,
A one-liiir.se iniunire c a r l in KO.KI ('Mtu: p r i c e s .
f o r ? l . : . o y . . u -eaii w i a
likely that the board will sanction this Mrs. S. J . Johnson.
1'liiuihlnK, ht-iulliK und thuiliiK ivi.rk of • lltiini, for I'alc: n - a s o a I'or •.cllliiK lo
Plionc
2IJI
^
e
d
Bitnl;,
DOCTOKB' O P P I O E S T O R E N T .
ii ii- o f ^ini.l l.ri.yvn e a i i v i i s p a n t s , w e l l
t h e host kinil ilon.1 ipilekly im.l a t a i
action again tomorrow night.
No
no u s e f"r s a i a e . Aiielia..! I'. Hyall, VniiKllltabh' for oKtiopatli fir ilentl::!. T h u
Mr. and Mis. John McTch and fama
d
.
l
e
d
a
n
d
w
l
lh
real nine s t r i p s a t
1
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B
B
B
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T
.
Boiiuhlo
(inure.
David
II.
Itt'iinrtt.
Dcilerlinri; , X. .1. 1'i.slolficc a.l.llcKS K. I
elaborate exercises will be held in the
l i i ^ l i s . S e e t h e m , at 'l'i t l e y ' s . i t e i i HaiiU.
ily of Red Bank spent Sunday with niiiMt ili'Kirable i-orm-r in liwO l.aiiK. Alriu
I-:lKlit-rooni h o u s e In 1,'ODII coiulillim, Norinaliillo avenue, l ' a i r llaVull, . \ . J .
li. . \ o . I, l-'reehohl, N . .1.
Uiuniii'. S7 Ilioad fitri'et.
stmools in celebration of Thanksgiving,
in Athmtle atrw-t, Ki'vporl: or will t r a d e
Mrs. Mary New and Mr. and Mrs.
LARGE EOSE BUSHES,
the teachers reserving their efforts toHOUSE FOR SALE.
WANTED,
for
fitrin p r o p e r t y .
John New.
OET YOUB STOVES E E P A I K E D .
S.tiue lilh' p l a n t s , s e v e r a l .'OILI-S*, tln't I
r:iyht-roi.ui house, a l l iliiprove
P a r t y d e s i r i n g t o b . c i i l e in l i e d H a n k
ward having the, pupils prepare for
Lt-t IIH ri.pulr yuni- stovi1.1: now. L. I.ioyil, iviatuwan, N . J.
3 propai
am sellini,' yer.v chi-aii. An uiuisual ..p- i- v i c i n i t y , i l . - s i r e s t.> p m e b a s e e n t i r e oiMr.'anil Mrs. Thomas Little of As«-n ."'Insets; near s t a t i o n , "D trolle
S c l i w a r l z & Hon, W f s t F r o n t s t r e e t a n d
•a house; $1,7011 ciisli p o i t n n l t y In i^-et sonie hii^ p l a n t s . S-i
alt' i n t e r e s t ill luisiiif.ss w i t h s u i t a b l e
a public entertainment in.
u c c Iiil, uiiriii
in celebiration bury Park returned home on Wednes
I\laple a v e n u e , 3toil ISank.
avnmsa NOTICEU.
ilisplay a i l y o r l i s e l n e n t on pa;;i' ti. \V. I1! c l h - e
pin t n e r .
Husiness
inust lie
eeded.
AddriS.1, Ued IJiink.
of Christinas. "•
day after spending several days witl
KillK, i.lttle .Silver, .N. .1.
OunnhiH: notii-eH piinti-.l on e i t h - r uiiiKapiill
nil s l u m ! f u l l i ' S t i l i v e s l iKilli'Hl.
Mrs. Outfield Grover gave birth to' Mr. und Mrs. Thomas Cooney. MiPOSITIOK W A N T E D .
1 i 11 o r carilljoard I'oi'liiililiiiK t n s p a s s i n j ;
LOOK1 1.0011!! T.OOIUU
\ d d r c - s S. i t . , b o x :;i::, lied H a n k .
HEW B S P . E E S SHOP.
a son last Wednesday,
Mrs. Grover Little went out gunning on Tuesii;
IlnlH'.Ht, ilnliiHtllmlH, MHIK-I' m a n w u n t s u'ith o r w i t l i o n t IIOK or ^ . m c a n lie luul
Autcmiolilles repaircil anil a l l Idnua of
piiKitliiu: .-an i!o iiliylllilli;-. AildlT-ss IIn- a t Tlie R e g i s t e r otllee.
-.nKlne work done, a t your own place or c t
W I N D O W CLEANING.
•il Slier Inis ..peir .1 a h a r h e r ;-li..|
wns formerly Miss Estelle Russell of through Viuulerburg anil b,:igged
if Wlia
liillli-y
hull linn,
Jlat.lc, Inix o l 3 . lli'.l Dunk.
my
pluee.
Auton
for
ilirc.
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Morris,
^^'c ilul!;.' il s p e c i a l t y o f c l e n n i l i ; : w i n *
AU'I'O P O U H I K E .
Ked Bank.
rabbits and 2 squirrels.
•I, w l i e i e ti
anil l'-;ist l-'ront s i
aveiiu
oyvs o f store 1 -;, ullii-es iiial p r i v a t e r . - s i Keven-pa^seiitrtir linioiisiiie for hire, h y Ti'ltun aviMiuo, Iteil Bank. T e l . 407-M.
.;' Tite extra lecture of the people's
will a tten.l lo a l l .vour t..
eliei's; .illso
^l-uerid
ollii-e
eleillilu^.
iioiir,- ilay nt1 \v-t;elt; also -Hiiiriny -cm-;liit--fe-.-r.-i!>^1ui:J.U1
fr.'t! i.sfju-ti.ui T i m l i n i Halt anil pluislnnt i-uiil\v,n.il tor ^ a l r ;lii-Ht-eluss
SAWMILL r O B SALE.
popular course which was held at the
.service; 1 reasonable
rates.
DE.IMO MAU LOS*.
no sav.inHl I'or sale, with ill Ih
•awi'il in a n y l.'liKlh ilcciro'l.
.Inhn Au- I'liiine 17-W R e d Hank.
I'.d.
L M W e s t 11". ..lit Sl!'..'.;t."wYlli"'fl..l " - " "
schoolhouse last Friday night wns well
D O H T F A I L T OH E A K H E B .
airy pulleys, ole. I'riee reaso
cl.rson, Tlnton FIIIIM, N. .1.
iuiik s t e a m d v e w i . r l i s .
I'hieie ir.-li.
attended,
K. Pitcher Woodward of
M i s s I n e z J l i l l u . l l a l l i l , t h e noted
,\|i|.ly In |)avld II. lVinielt, 1)
HOUSE P O S KENT.
AseA Atlantic Tfiwimhlp Farm Htvnd
Eutontown told about his trip across
indli' 'avitllie, full- Haven, N. .1. Ir.iKelle l e a d e r , w i l l s p . i i k a t t h eItei
FOB SALE.
LOST.
I'lt-lixatit l i t t l e house f.ir rent ill Mi.illa
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Taken to Couuty Farm.
"Clll-lill
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Youiiff Vorlislilre plies from roslstt-rcfl, illetnyyii villa^l', neur • rnUn.ail s t a t i o n ;
Sin ill ri-il m
the continent on a donkey's bask. Mr.
el- t h e u u s p l i ' i ' s of t h e W o m e n ' s I'D
(Hi lunacy 1'arni. 5 HI p e r inontli. ^Vply . In -Miss H a r t s rVBlIITUBE BIIPAIBED.
mini in-., n l i l ii
Charles Camp, an a<;ed farm hand
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M
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Woodward had his audience in laughIliciil r n i i i n . Tii-kiiis 2T. c.-iil--.
il H a n k .
Purnilure ol all kinds repaired. Re•he,-I; diit.'-l
lust
horn.., .MLltllctinvn, K .1.
who recently went blind, last week UIV.JI-BI.1P Dri
ter a good part of the time.
storing of antique and mahogany tujt
W r i l i n ^ i i s e f o l i.uly t<> oyviiir. K1
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wandered away from James Sickles's
I O E SALE O H rrCIIANGE.
FUBHI3HED EOOalS.
nlture a specialty. Homy Grausc, Kront
If r e l u r l u . ! I " T h e U.-uist.-l i.lii.'c o r i n
Thf nortJiorn portion nf the large
WAMTED.
l.'iir s o l e o r r . v l m i i s o f u r a f i i r u
farm near MnHhorn, where he worked
oins
street, near Southern railroad, lied Bank.
liltlicl I I . C o o k , S h n - M s l i i n y i i y . i i u e , Keil
lJrlKlit anil i-lii'i-rlul furiilslii'il
coiiiiiet .-lit
u'oniiin
I'ur general
greenhouse which waa built by the
t i l l e r p r o p e i t y , c . - n l e r o ft o w n . Si
Kit;
Sunk.
Iii>inlri. a
and made his home.
He was found lu ili'Hiiiililu- inirllui'.
ml .'iKht-roinn
ilyvelliiif,', n i c c e l l a r ,
late M. C. D. Borden has been torn
8G-S.CKE F A K M
Moiimoalh stri-.-t, l!'-il Hank.
irncr
of
Shri-i\>
ii-v uinl S>-ciiin.ire
crawling on his hands and knees in an
for rent
to r e l i a b l e p a r t y o n l y , from Ini-Hi' a t t i c , s l a t e i f. . M l n i o . k ' r n
down und the glass and other parts of
riBEPBOOF POBTABLE GAEAGES.
lies, Shri'yysl.ar
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rtn-einviils.
ilairri r.ittrell,
Ifoliu.lel
OrPIOEFi FOB KENT.
A p r i l 1st liil'p. f.uo.l l;inil anil i i u l h u i h l l-'ord s p i ' i ' l u l frulile, $ 2 a ; s t e e l c o t e ,
the structure has been sold to a florist asparagus field on Schenck VanDorn's
•_
Oirteos for rent, 14 Monniotitli street.
i n « s : lT-i-noin h o u s e .
A p p l y to I r a \ \ " . J. J .
ill); a l l s t e e l , ?"i|l. Silive p l l h l l e K i l l i m e
farm
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Vundorburg.
Robert
Rush
of
BI.A.B
AlID
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in-the northern purl of the state.
For Information apply to A. M. Wols, 90
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W i l l l i n y I'm1 i t s e l f i n s h o r t
FOR BENT
Lenky tin and slate roof.s made tight;
Where the greenhouse formerly stood Colt's Neck was notified of the or.cvu-- West Front street, Red Bnnlt.
ime.
t l i i r a K ' ' l i e a t c r , ?^T>. S e n d f o r
S i ' v c n - r o r n n l i o u s e , v-illi r u n n i n g yvnler
also t a r and nsphnlt for sale.
Oeden
He investigated the case, and
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TOPSOIIi AIJD ItanTJEE,
m i l W o r k s , l;!07 l ' l a t i r o n buil.lliiK, X e w
Kin lo ceok mid c a n - fi ir h i c k o n I m n s e s ; o n e . H e r e o l 1 e , T o n i n i a n
White «
Bunlttn garden with large flower beds after a talk with Mr. Sickles hn took
Bank. Telephone 40O-.T.
Tolisoll anil nianul'L; for sale. II. M.
l o r k City.
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and with miniature ponds for lilies.
Mr. Camp to the county farm at Way-1 Taylor, contructo'r, 31 Peters place, 'Red
eoinpeleiil A i i d i v « s ( I c i n ' K e C o l l ' i v c r , I J t t l e
SUvel
furni; imi.-st «- K"ud. <-h-mi.
IIAKDT PLANTS, 3 CENTS EACH.
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LOOKIETQ P O B 3 A B G A I I T S ?
Uuhlc. Tolephone connection.
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Addr s S. .M., hi».\ .-.i; ., Keil Hank.
Special meetings are being held side.
See luy display advertisement on pa^e eiink.
Tf s", see o u r f u r n i t u r e an.l housoliold
fi. If you line tin- okl-f;lHlli"lled Hewers
nightly at tlie Methodist church. Rev.
POTATOES SOU WIHTBa.
speciajties.
Kntire contenls-oC hotels,
ETEAI-I
TUI.0AHIZIHO.
do
not
miss
tins
ailveltlseiiient.
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Charles.F1. Fees is preaching special
Green Mountain, round stock. Got. Kin,,-, I.llllti SlU-i'i-, X. .1.
rilillK llouscs and c o t t a g e s h n u s l i t f o r
Have your casings and tubes repaired
A I , l a c k a n i l w h i t e m l . h i t -loir. I n H i
SOP son. ron BJU.E.
your winter's supply now ljoforo they
s p o t cash.
I icllveriiis free of chal'^c,
Bermons and much spiritual interest
by
stoam
at
the
Auto
Tiro
Shop,
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Will deliver same. Charles Burd, ReiJ advance in prlco. O. K. Davia.
Schwartz's
I'lirniture
Ktores,
lO^i-llil
cUtrtslc street.
All ivork
guaranteed.
FOB SALE.
i-niher l u t h .
Ueyvai'.l I'or i n l ' o n n a
is manifested.
Banlc,
ii^l I-Vent s t r o . - t , cnrii.-r Maple avenuo,
lSulToti^h.4 pool Inlile; cost $F,r., will siJI Terms cash, l-'rue air. K K. Ivlns, pro-ailill',' h i h i s r e c o v e r y .
Thoin.-e;
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for ?^n; lai-Ke ^reen donu;, I'lei-trie lainiT, prietor,
urx-y, Allanlic
imiilan.ls, X . .1.
I Remover of dead animals, Rod Banl:, and I'll wire for you. Fred E. Brower. $11; cherry lui'.k.-iisi'. ? l . A.lilress P "
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FA1B HAVEIT NEWS.
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Telfjplione 129-3.
WALL F A F E K ! WALL PAPER!l
I'le.ctrlcal
contractor,
72 Monmoutn Tltl.l.'.Jigx Si:!, lied Hunk.
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TBVCK T O E S A L E .
l.oyvest j u i c e on yvall paper, [loin :.
LEOAL
atrcot, Red BatiU. Tol. 234-W.
Onc-lon
lnleiT.atlonul
truck,
line
WAUTED.
ills a .l.nil.h- r . d l u|.. IMK sel.'elh.lt >•!'
Allldavlts,
aekiiowledgnients,
leasca,
BJnny of tao Tlicatvlonl Colony How
F O B GALE!
mnil.-l liody and lop, ni-w tlr.-s, line coli- loiul a n d niortff:is l!f =, deeils, e t c . , pr- wall pap.-r a l loyyi-sl J , r i c e s .
Oil-] w a n t e d 1'or Kem-ral houHiwoii;.
DOTJEtE HEilTEE TOU SAX.E.
lOslililat.'S
Playing in Chicago.
A lew T h o m p s o n s t r a i n Harreil P l y - JUioii
STil'lll; cost $1,21111.
-Mil Belling p a r e d b y m e . I n m y ollico from elt;h
f a l l a t 2IK llroail u t r e e t .
timid sll-.eil Ktovi', Biiituhli' for heatillK
n p a p e l liannitiu iiml p a i n t i i u ; : alsu
Uoek c o r k e r e l s ; liill
e.\i-l!nii:4o
Hollywood F a r m , Kver- o'clock to six. Edward W. Wise, justlc
huire roinn. In A-l condition; priee $1^. niiuitll
truck.
:la/.iuK.
\li\s. ltiniin, p r n p r i f l o r , t ' l i a r Kair Haven's theatrical colony wns
one pair for stuck eipially us ^oinl. I;?;: -It," X. .1.
HOOMS TO L E T .
"rl 'I'ower ilill luentle, Ited Hanli.
lilee P a i n t i n g c o m p a n y , l l : ; W e s t I-unit
r>t the peace, room 7, Eisner building.
well represented a t Chicago this week.
I'.ranch iiv.-nue, lt,-d Iiauk.
UooniH to let, with o r wit limit lioai-U.
H e e l , Keil liuilk.
Red nnnl;
AmonA" tho Fair Haven people there II IVlir.s plaec, Itcil Hanli.
F O S I T I O N WAITTED,
BOOMS TO BENT.
.sition with r i are Mr, and Mrs. Frank W. MarVi.iiin; huly
CHAMEKOY
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P L U M B I N G AND
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l'lirnlnheil i-iioniii or part of lionso to
F U B N I S H E B , T O L E T .
te Ii-arn
HAY P O B ( 1 J M ,
far
rent to ilialrnhle party only; ROIHI local^or n i i n h l e work call nn J o h n D . iillcil lici.pl.' I)
.r s i n i i l l p u r l •
I^lalu a n d d e c u r i i t l v o p a i n t i n g itud
tincau. Mr. Martincnu is looking afr . i i r s n n , c a n ' of H u h h a r i l ' s l.li.lKC. with le
T l n m t l i y or nilxeil.
.1. II Iolnli\s, tion. Adilri-sH llo.x 1TC, Iteil Hank.
PiiRC 35-Monniouth stTeot. Phono 413-.1.
if d e s i r e
p p c r l i a n H l t i a p r o m p t l y done a t r e a s o n ter the interest of the "Little Cafe" lliilindcl, N. .1. I'liono 1 I-H.
N L! «1 street, Neyv
S p l e i H l i dd
JollliiiiK promiitly ijclendod t o ; e s t i m a t e s .Mrs. Truul
p.nisilde
pcol
able prices.
A l l 1914 s a m p l e s o f I m company now playing at tho Illinois
i i r d e s.
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vnuKat
Rivou; all Avork yu'iraiitctjd.
loferiiiiit
p o r t e d a n d d o m e s t i c , ivall p a p e r s a m i
S
P I O S TOIt 3 A L E .
theater.
"Screan" Welch, who spent
nth
slivfl,
K. l l ' s mirn(,'e, .\l..n
c r e t o n e s t o m a t c h noyv o n h a n d , illli'-e,
llroiid HIIW und eiBlil piKH for sale, six
FOOTBALL BLADDERS.
T h i r t y llcrkKhlre pli:.H f o r millHiink.
K n s t F r o n t s t r e e t , n e a r llitili s t r e e t . R e d
DO O LOST.
the summer at Fair Haven on hiss
weeks ..lil, Bixi.l slock; prlcu ¥-10. ' » . Liheral . leWanl, no itneslionsi asked,
"We h a v e S p a l . l i n e ' s ^ i i a r n n t c e i l
foolM a x s o n , Loi-uiit INiint, X . ,1.
HllllU. l ' h o n o 3 2 C - a ,
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motor bosrt, TunKo Kid, and VanSeoti, l'lno llroiik, Untoiitown, N. .1.
Jlaile
for tin' r e t u r n ol Seoteh terrior, leinalc, h a1 l l lil.ulil.-i'.i a t i i i t u l i i u u e p r i c e s .
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Brothers are playing at tlio HippoEHODE IBI,ANI> BEDS.
F A T OEEBE f O H S A L E .
with liiTiim' Xo. 1^ I ti.
l''i-iiiili llii.uiii'd ol o u r , ' l ' a r a i uhl.ei .in-l I h . - liKliI liin.l
I w a u l a h u n d r e d liuys a t o n c e t n Lu
, ti/ i i i J J .
I'm- roiiKli u s e . S.-e t h e m , a t T e l l e y ' s ,
focki'iels, liriin anil pullels, a few of Hllllisim 1'iiiid, Seahrlullt. N. ,1.
Twi'lvv fill KeeMi1 1'or s a l e .
fall at
drome at Chicago.
Mr. and jfrs.
; V l - n-i'i x i l i ) ! : • - . ! s c i n I n . n n i^li
1 K ii i I t h e i r I'ootlillll s u p p l i e s h e i v .
S e e Spill,
ll.-.l I ! . i n k .
each; also a miiull eliieken hoiiBe for sule.
leblKi' lli!it'liofl"H, l l . l f o n l , N. .1.
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Harry Emerson are also at Chicago
uilt • \ - i n T i t nn .if .1. H I V ; \\
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[Vily in Mrv-'l. iii l iI'll)
p jil i e i n s t wil.l a h . n i l i l . I'-ootliall s i ' ]
and George B. Moxloy, Mr. MartinT
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i - o l l i m e >>i l i y e r n . i i n s . w i i h
inu'rineOak lu-aler rlicitp fur L-HMII. f a l l a t _:i
nlRhcit: ime m i n u t e lo a l l earn; live mitiirir
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Cards, oii^limlly dnnle:iied for special n l e s fl i liroail s l i f e t ; liuuril if ilesh
i n e n l s ; I I i--h l a n . l s ay e i i o e , A l h l l i l i e I I I K ! I - I t o d H a n k .
' i'uw days.
Mr, Mtirtineau gets TUB
."urtli IliiilKe avi'iuio, Keil Hank.
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purposes; dinners, bli'thtltiys, etc. Studio, 7 i n iiinnioiRl ]tlai'e, ltoil liank.
I n n i l n ; ri asMlliihli- 1 l e l l l .
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liKOlHTKit every week and after readC
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room 14; Eisner building. Rod Bank.
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L a i l l e s ' a n a c;entii' c l o t i i t n s c i c u n c
iliK it, passes it on to other members
h i l l . l s , X . .1.
fur a l l oci'usliinn; uareftil d i i v o r ; 1-eiiHon- _ . . - . .
OUB SPBCIAI-TIED.
FEUIT OEOWERS, ITTEHilOH.
a m i i l y e . l . G e n t s ' .suits, p r e s s e d , r.O c e n t
JHcowinr T O I O A H
of tlio "Little Cafe" company who are IIMH mteH. f u l l OIG-R Hi'd Dunk.
If
you want
fl'OKh-kllle.l
liniilors,
'bint t h e S h i p p e r ' s I.ale Ki'd pe;i.li
Kv.ltn c i i l l c . l I'or a m ! d e l l v e r c i l . l l e i l Finn
on (Irnt liond and m o r t m C T on lmpr e
interested in Fair Haven and vicinity.
roiistlii),' c l i l f k c n s o r o h l f o w l , e n t o O , S H B I W S B T O Y B I V E B F R O N T L O T .
S t e n i n J t y e W o r k s , ^ i W e s t l.'ront stivel
f l e e s t h i s a u l l l l l i l l . l i n e tr.-e, Pi y.-iirs
p r o p e r t y lu HUHIH to wiiit horrower.i. Al- n i e t i ; i t S u n , K i n c ' i s a n d l n i t c l i e r s , 1^;]
O n e - l m l t ' i i i ' i o . p l u t o n S l i r e w s l u i r y l i v e r '35 S l u ' e w . s b n r y a v e n u e , R e d U a n k . l ' l u n
PIAIIO r O
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. Charles L. Bennett, father of Abram
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A i;ooil Hei'oiul lunui p i a n o for wale.
W e s t l-'ront s t r e e t , i t u d l i a n k ,
y . .11 .s , d i l , i l l H'l .'., ? ; i : : .
< »ri';iuiil
Dennett, will probably lose tho sight of
P l e n t y o fs i m i l e l i v e s ; s a n d y I.each. A p AddrcMi llox -J00, I IIKIIIJIHIIK, .N. J .
-.-, j o y e a r s " I d , ali-yv t h i s y. i l l . I.Mill
POE R E N T .
liis right eyo as tlie result of a pecup l y f o r t e r m s t o W i l l i a m I I . Ilintel inann
SMAI.X. M 3 HF O B SA.LE.
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liar accident yesterday.
Mr. Dennett
r U i m s o n , N . .I.
nn. T e i i i i i i i a l . X e w >",,rk f i t y .
l--if,'ht a c i o s , on.- m i l e s o u l l i o f T l n l t u
COOIC A N D
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Sp.d'lin-;1.l.-ulbiiils
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ciiliib-m
w a t e r anil Ka.s; hu-(;e lot. I'-or purlieulur;- I-'IIIIM, f o r s a l e .
U'oulil m a k e n l i m
was repairing the ceilluK in a neighfook- und l a u n d r e s s w a n t e . l : niiist h a v
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liHIiiiie of 1'. .1. lililleison, Iteil Hank.
UFHOIiSTBBEB.
c h i c l i e n nil-ill, l l n l l i lllflit i n a l l i e a v y s o i l
Apply t o .M. l'\ •I'etley, II. .1
i- f . i o l l . i i l l i l l . i n - - d o l l a r , f o r I h e h i
bor's house when a part of .the ceiling refi'ii'tui'.
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.I.ili ii A l u r p l i y , i ; a l o a l o w n , N . J .
Hank.
W .- h a v . . H i . i s u | i t o -?r..
T i n
•POS SALE.
fell and pieces of lime went in his eye.
i i i a n u l ' i i e t in 1 .') 1 .; h o c n l h r s t s i t ; l i l ; inve-a l ; i l l i u - r .
C o n s t a b l e f o . , Keyy Y o r k . I ' u r i i i t i n e m l
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*!i i n a k e Sr.n " i i c h w e e k .
A p p l y in » i i l - l e y ' s , I t e i l H u n k .
He received the attention of Dr.
WOMAN'S
coverful a n d r e i i a l r m l : a i v n l n i ' s , liiiadefl,
POBITIOM W A W T B D .
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A. Wilson, lii'llwiimi I'arm. IUailhoro.
A spliiidlil n.s^ortinent o f X i n i i s i d f l s . lii' ' o n l y , t o K. I '., ::i I S i x i h a v e n u e ,
c u r t a i n s , d r : i p e r l l ^ : , l.'iyiihr o f c a r j t e t i t ,
Helen 1>\ Gibson of Red Bank. It is
VOIIIIK limn \\Tnlie.4 itdsKloii; m a i l t.'.l; Postolllco idiln
llnnie-iiiude c r u l l e r s f o r s a l e K a l u r i h i y . h i i r v P a r k , X . . 1 .
iiiiitlin,'^. l i n o l c u i n . .MH t t r e s s c s a n d c u s h nlie
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u r i i . ' i i : tiiki'ii for t-alies, pies, e t c 1,'e^i o n s t o o r d e r . M c t . r u l i a i n , .".7 Ka.st f r o n t
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by hua.lr.il, "i1 ;u
BAPE A N D DEBK P O B B A M .
Mr. Bennett is well advanced in years. Ki'il Hank.
COHOEItT.
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s t r e e t , l i e d H a n i ; . Telo.iilioue 1I-.I.
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Mui'liur,
FOE SALE.
Ssiiled
In All's
'I'lll.-e Hood whlti- K l r l n wunt.-.l for & Sou, I'-ronl s t r e e t und .Maiilt' iivenmGeorge Minton lias been laid up sevII
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P a r t i e s i v l s l i i u t ; In s . - c i u v v e r y line o l d T w o IJiTkHliliv s o w s , w l l h l i t t e r s of A s n v - l l i
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eral tlitys as a result of mashing his i:
ah.-1
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lingers while ut work at Bordcn's ply lo iM. I' . 'I'tilley, Iteil llunli.
Apply t o liel. l . l t t l " , f o m i n e r e i a l
(ircal Dalle piipilic^ itn.l I Viiiilslllllul Siih',
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((reel)houses at Oceanic.
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Wnnl a fiirmi'i to tin in a l'arin on h a l f t^ycamorp Kcllliels, Mhrewshury, N." .1.
T.t h a v e yt.nl 1 l i . o t l . a l l rii:lit y > HI
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The firemen were called out yesteruriipli Hill l-'iiiin. K e v p o i l . It. I ' , II. X o ,
Small
b l a c k beilKle ho
>'hiiri'u: n i-iKht | i l i u e for a K uoil m a n .
Position Wantoil au H a m l y M a n .
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I'lioiie -J7."i-l-'-.'.l Ali.hlleloyvn, X. .1,
day morning shortly before noon to Apply In II. Illtznu, I t n l Hunk.
X.ivemb.'i
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VoullK n u i n u n n l s p
po.slthni a s h a n d y
HOUfiE TOll B E N T .
\y ,- h a vi- I : i " i l i l h i l I-IN a l :!'» i-.-nl s , 1..'-*nii out a fire in Harvey MarccllUB's
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HIat lil1 Oakland s t r e e t llliill a r o u n dd ppliii
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C B O P S A N DP I t t S r O l t S A L E .
DBBB3HAKIMH.
Address
lOrnest Kheppard, [.'I r.-w.-ii-.l
house on Willow street.
Tlie fire
1
for relit; pint ilnpruvt'tiii'tUs.
l i u i u l r e o t chanlfeur.
St MI 11 li IIM'S I ; O - . . I S l i t e i i h l l n m l . - p r h . s ;
Slil-.-w-ilmry
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tflwb
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T . - l h y ' s , Iti'-.l H a n k .
started from a defective flue and diil
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niiiilnllllir li a l u e l a l t y . M m . Slu-lver, i.'l)
(laninfio nf about $M). The lire wus I'jiMt I'lotlt ulreet, Itei! Hank.
il m i C n i n s . .
LAUHDEESS.
TO r.OAH.
T O R BAI.E.
-ill
lalks.
l l o l - e . p h i s , eldck.'iis,
discovered by Clinton Wilhcr and TCilA l a u n d r e s s w ; i i i f i w . u - k li> ' i l i e t l a > ' : hiiloi-M and ii In1 lei1.
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Money t o loan in miniti to milt h o r M
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wiii'd Smith.
Mrs. Miircellim did not
t i l l i l " - ' . c l i . ' c k " ! - I n . - i n l I n l i l e , I ' l i h l s,
rownni on first
bund mid lnorUrnnf). w i l l d o i li'iiiilii'.' o r i i n v k i n d i n w o i - l i . b.,1 .: I, Kut'.iilon-ii, X. . I ! - M i l . ' i n
C u l l .Swliiunin,- I t i v e r i.'iiil,
Hiilliibli' fm- ili'llvi'i-y, A. l i . lvlna, Hei:l"l«r btiililhiK, Ui-'il Hunk. | l | s e l l M U | , e . l l i l ' s t HVii d a y s o f W e e k
l i i i l h n 1 , 1 « . . : . , h i r y c l i ' hi m p , n e w ; j i i . l u l l
)mow licr house was on liro until tho vvnntc.l. liorae,
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Apply,
-Mill
Kill
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h.ioUn - m i l V , . i t ' l l d u n .h r l u i l l e l u l l . . ' I r
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BIRD BOO.
ami she was at work In the kitchen I l l
MUUSK.
U l l ck and wldte thirdiu
WAHTED,
•letter bird
MAIJ
P o s l l l o o o np r l \ n l e e s l a l e a s l u n - i l e o e r
when the llreiucn cauiR rushing in
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W. \v. Itosivlilaekmiilth, Teunont. \ . .1.
< Ihrougii tlie ItiU'hon door with their
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fur y u u r I ' l e c l r l c a l nuiMillns.
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Mr. anil Mrs. Dnniol Schumann are Hunk.
\'. T , Sin rlnaiij \Vcsl n t n i i , Iteil t a b l e , e t c . , i n |r I eollilltfou,
c l l i c a l
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eelohrntini? the 2BtJi unniveriinry of
: - - ! line,.
-inn x... in. I-:I-III. i i •ill! linAttUUAL DABAB.
Ollice p l u m e , «7G-^
r n o N T A t i l ! O H n i r i l l i W K l l T I B Y K I V B H liniiK-, I t e i H a n i : .
f h n i i i i z v , l i n t t I n road, I ' a l r Unveil, .\T. .1.
iilJ-.M.
T l i e K i n n ' . s Iiiiu;4llle|s o f H i e .Miiiil.o
their marritigc todny. Mr. und Mrs.
MOHEY TO LOAM.
IC,-,ailelii:i. p i l i o n c , Ulill-.M
\ i - r e iilui l e i - Mile w i t h I : ' I I - i ' l . f r o n l n i
U r f o t i n t n r h u l c l l will h o l d t h e i r m u t
1 h a v p $;i,IMIII Mini $^,i>ull t o l o a n m i
nil S h i e w s h i i ! y i l \ ' i 1 . a t ' l i . - n i i l i - ; i ' | . h '
Wyron V. Brown of Harrison avenue
b n / . a l In (In- c h i p . I o n W e d n e s d a y a
l ) i « t I ......I Him n i o r l K i i ^ i - .
w l l l l i i n i ,\'.
HELP
WANTED.
1 > J A H O S
ill.I s - . l l . '.iiinly h e . i c h ; • <.:i I l i a i M i h i . A
,ar« »1RO celebrating their wcddinir an- W o r l l i l . - y , J(l \Vi. it |''roiil M t r . e t , I t n l
I'IIM 1 tuM'tn, c i n i o l s , p o t a t o e s , c o i n a n i l T h u r s d a y
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t i m o t h y liny,
.li.liii A . . M d i n l r , - , r i n l m i
niversary today, th(ky having bcun lllinli.
s a l e
l i m n
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I r . - j n .'Melit
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married soven yt'm'H.
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OOMINK.
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T h e W o m e n ' s l-i'llthal I'lilon ' i f I;.
'i'lllli Itolhill
Icnioyes
tile
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Mill
h a v e - M i s - III'-- .Mlll"'lloi
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TOP SOIL FOB SALE.
PUBLIC
NOTICE.
THE REB HANK
Pag h
CKUBCH V M S ,
knowledge. Some households re^urd
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Erosion.
K^uits* of JK'iiry PollstmuKt (iert-astii
Nolh-C l s h e r e b y ( ;iven t i n t t i n Kill
it as "mean" to bo economical and to
•Votive ft> ht-r^by jjlvt'it Thot the in
mk'HlaiK.'ra of asatiasm.-nl ot tl < I k i m i l l
avoid waste, and good food is thrown Beforined Boys' Society, tlis Willing •»
li«-,l Hank, ,\', j 1V|U ,,,,, t , t Hi i jut.li
Worfcers,
VHU
Serv©
-UHN H. COOK. EdiSor ead Publisher.
in the ffarbaKe can.
Hall, In KU.14 B o r o n e h , un t i <
llli i h \ of tht* i-nluu- ot *tiU\ dticensed, will h
CHANCE. Auocials Editor.
The Reformed boys' society, the o r .November, 1914 ttt 7:3ti 1 111, tin (11 niuiltt-d and utatwl Uy tS«0 ^ui'ft^ale a*»'
h-^Utvmi'itt U> tli« orpluns
Willing Workers, will serve a clan: purpose irf b e a r i n g IMM.UI: I11I.11 n I In rt'poiifdof for
tin: cuunty of Mtmmtmth, «>i
Mostly, however, food is wasted be- chowder slipper at the church tomor- tln< usiirasmimtH t o be ' m i n i I t ( I n f i l l court
ThurKtluy,
tlm
lwt:nty-Jourth day ot Do
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THOMAS IRVING BROWN..
cause the women of the family do notrow night from five until eight o'clock
Cfinl'tr, A. !>., Il>ii,
JtV o r d e r o r tin, tlorouitli < ">un< 11
know the best .methods of buying,
A. (.'. IIAlt .1 i ( ) \
yg, nor The boys will have entire charge ot
Dutud NOVUDIDLT i;mi, A. !>., l a n ,
3UBSURIPUON I'JllCB.
Ji IUIII li i'l ik
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best i i iKs to buy
b
f the
h money the supper and they say a bountiful
for
lino year
SJ.G thy
KIAVAUU TAVLOR.
PlK inontiiu. . . .•.
7 they liiivt to spend,
best woys
d nor the.
h b
Thrt'C month*
4 of cooking food after they have bought repast will be served. The women of JAOOa q. SSO2X8,
the church will hold a bread and cake
it, nor the best way of dealing with sale Saturday iifte-rnnon from two unV / i l ! <>II.L AT
WEDNES1UY, NOV. 18, 1!)M.
a Unit are lefL over from a meal. til five o'clock in one of Daniel II.
All these tilings should he taught' in Cook's stores on Monmouth street.
the public .schools. Knowledge such as
TOWH TAUEC.
Hev. Lester I.eggett will, preach
this will be of far more u.se to nine- .Sunday morning at the Reformed
teen
out of twenty prls than all the church on "Giving God Thanks,1
(Covtiniwtl from page -!•)
It's funny how sonic folks have algebra and geography and elocution thought and a hint upon Thanksgivthey could cram in their heads in a ing. The Christian Endeavor society
i-lmiij-Wii thi'ii- tune siiK-o the election. lifetime.
Public schools everywhere,
lJH'ore electi(m there were li lot of with a very few notable exceptions, are will meet at (>:-45 o'clock Sunday
From half-past seven until
folks all over the country who were conducted for the two or three per t'tint night.
])j()l»hesyinji; nil .sorts of evil tiling of pupils who ultimately graduate, and eight o'clock Sunday night atereopti- 2 heavy furm liorsen, " |»IK.-H. about f> inontlm old; about 4D yoxinti chickens, broad
T
con
pictures
upon the life of Christ tread l'arni wagon with removable .si«le rnck.s, nearly mnv; SiiuUtbnbor jagj;er
fur (he l nited States bemusi' the
Kood deal of the schooling is carried
Htuciebak^r four-si-atftl rubber-tlijjMl trap, BtiMiobaltcr dump curt. Improved
ih'tnomUs wore in power. It was on for the benefit of that still smaller will he shown. Amopg the pictures wuh'ou,
HubhhiH jftituto plantt'i' with fertiliser uttachnu'iit, disc Jiarrow, ono-horse iioss
chimed that Lite country was Koin^ percentage of children who go lo col- will be "The First Shall be the Last," plow, twu-liorwo South Bern! plow, om*-horse cultivator, liand cultivator, »p!Ue"Get
Thee
Kehind
Me
Satan,"
and
tuuth
harrow,
spring-toutti burrow, buy rulsft, mowing nuiclitiR!, heavy wafjur
into hnnluupUy; that everywhere lege.
"Jesus and a Little Child." Sunday, wprliiKM, wiitron Kit-iit, HIIUW ,nlow with pole, !iO-Ki.illon lOrnplio Kins ujjniy pump,
liusiiicus was at a »t;imlstill; and that
*
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spray
rotl,^,
IIOKP,
etr.; WIHTIburrow, wajjon Juch, 12 hotbod HUHII, !1 ntniw hotbyu
November 2t)th, will be "Hit the Trail- main, I* oolonies. bet's,
Ihcse conditions would continue until
lot of extra hlvt'tf, honoy IJOXOH. ott:.; wati-r barrel on \vheeln,
"What the schools should teach and ers" Sunday in the He,d Hank churches water burrolw, larj^e iron tar pot, about 100ftHpariUTUHboXf.H, several iiMparaffiis
tin* Ur-publiejmy ^ot in power in eouteach thoroughly are those things and the Reformed church will unite troiiKlis, HilcUcm ooopw, t-ojony houfjt^, outdoor ma«h hoppiuH, li rollH tar paper, roll
blue plaster board, .small lot of heavy second hum! timber, % Imrrel rock lime,
which will be of advantage to the or- with the others in the services of the of
L'i" KUUOIIM cimt'entratcil linn- Niiiphin1 »\n-ny .sulutlon, ^ bnrrel ilowors of sulphur,
dinary boy or girl, who has to leave lay.
iTi pounds nrtumatc ot Icml paeto, VurU green, abuiiti ir»0 pounds nttrato of sodti,
Vull, the elerlion made absolutely school at the eighth grade or thereThe Presbyterian improvement so- clutiltH- tmrnc^H, t'arri;i^.' luirn^sw, dump <-'iirt hnrnt>s, ?f collnrH, nnso liafjH, (lyni'tn,
no change in the Demos'rati'" control abouts and go to work. Yet these boys ciety cleared .$101) by their fourteenth Htable, Htt'fat ami outdoor woolen li!iiiil{ctn; wiiillletit'OH, noitkyokoM, ])i'iiiiltiK hook
with extra knives, pruning HIICIU'.H, buck-saw, hoes, inuhbhifr hoe, nick, whovt
of (he country. The Democrats were and turls net exactly the sumo educa- annuall supper last
l
Thursday
T h d night
i h tatt -"ihlorlis, i*orti _hoi>iip mni phintvrH. w.yllie, riiicc, wutiM'inf? IUIIH, ulitnit -00 li.
• leUirnril to jiou'ei- anil they will ho in tion up to tho time they leave schuul the church Social hall. More people
x, lot of burlap hiigy,, VvtMlgt', niaul ami other Hinall tooln.
Alitiut 100 bushels i>i coi']i on tmr, «<iveral hundred cabbnyu uultablo for otoelc
power forlwu ami a half years more. which is Kiven to those who expect to attended the supper this year than had
-And the very newspapers anil (lie very enter coll<T,i'. The welfare of thou- ever attended any of the'lireviotls sup<:oi pui at iiin..; whiiii - wove predicting sunds of children is sacrificed in order j pers. Mrs. . Albert T. Uoreinus is
Old mahoKixny chest of drawers, ^niall walnut cheat of drnwui'.'J, uUl>f(.u]hton(Ul
HliHtund, cbiffcmnlcr, wiudo%v HIIUCU^, ras carptt mh', foldhiR couch, hvaxti bt-d,
the worst kinds of disaster for (he that the schools shall be conducted on
fts of Mprlngs, lot of chair.M. tnlnshindinlny tablo with S-foot «xtciiHlon, otht^r
country are now declaring that ji'ooil a basis of a course of study suitable president of the society and was in tables,
step ladder t'hair, wood burninK drum stove, combination e.atxl and wood
rlmrffe of the supper. The improve- (ipfMi-^rato
times are just ahead. Instead of the for college men and women;
Htore, tiny oil lu»utor, Kalvanl'/etl bath tub, wash tub, lioller, luinps,
ment society mot yesterday afternoon lantern, porch curtain, Itttiiien uteiiMlLs and various othfr article a too nunieroufl
country hems' on the vertfe of ruin,
1
at Mrs. I .. S. Close's on Irving place. to iiK-mion.
these newspapers and the corporations
Ti'JHMS CABII. In 'cast' of heavy rain, asxlc will take place follow I hp tlay.
which were proclaiming disaster have
This is all wrong. It may be that Rev. William Force Whittaker, pastor
13. Sell. XI&TOIT.
of the Elizabeth First Presbyterian
changed tihoir
_ _ tune and are now prc_
the public schools should give a high church, gave an interesting address
ilicli i; (hat within the next year, or j school education to those whoso cir- Monday night before the Presbyterian
as so in as the European war ends, ) cunistances permit them to remain brotherhood.
President Riehard A.
there will he the greatest, prosperity j that long in school, but the welfare of Strong presided at the meeting. The
in the United States that this country (hose children who have to leave school Junior Christian Endeavor society
at a comparatively early age should will meet tomorrow afternoon at the
has eve. seen.
not be sacrificed. If the present school chapel.
The Ei ropean war certainly made a system is arranged on the principle
St. Martha's Guild of Trinity
ticinondoi's difference in this country. that every school child is a possible church, which was formerly called the
school student, then the school
Exports and imports were both shigh
ladies' vestry society, will meet tostopped almost wholly. With no goods j y s . t e l " l s arranged on the wrong pnn- morrow afternoon nt the choir room.
cominK into this country the govern- "pie, for everyone knows that not five The Junior auxiliary willMncet Friday
nient could collect no customs duties P c r ce , n t , o f the children continue afternoon at the choir room in charge
and a measure liad to be prepared to through the twelfth grade. Those of Mrs. W. Strother Jones. A musical
bridge over the temporary loss of in- J vho h a v t -' t o >™vc s c n o °l « i r l v h . a v i
service will be held Sunday night, havcome to the government caused by the been taught things on the principle ing been postponed from.last Sunday
that
they
were
going
to
remain
in
war. Exports have now begun to go
night because of the storm.
Miss
out of the country in almost as big school twelve years, when everyone Mary Dennis of Eatontown will play
volume us before the war, and it is pre- knows that six or eight years in school ii violin solo, Miss Alma Walling of
dicted that within a month the ex-will be all the schooling they will ever Tinton Falls will give vocal solos and
ports will be greater than at the same
the choir will sing solos, duets and
season last year.
choruses. Rev. Robert MacKellar will
These
children
should
he
taught
the
give a short address on "Church
.-* rt *
things which boys and girls need most Mush1."
Trinity Sunday-school is
The crops this year are the greatest to know when they leave school at the planning to give a playlet at the
this country has ever harvested. A ! sixth, seventh and eightli grades. Christmas entertainment.
large part of these crops will be sent | They should be taught sewing, and
King's Daughters of Red Bank
aliroad to the countries now at war, j agriculture, and cooking, and laundry areThe
holding a rummage sale this wceii
:
to
and
to
feed the
' feed
" ' their
" ' armies
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"" work, and how to take care of babies, in one
of the stores in the Allen block
folks left at home when their husbands and carpentry, and blacksmiithing.
and sons go to war. Immense quanti- Then when they left school, even at on West Front street, opposite Kiverties of manufactured Roods will also the age of fourteen, they would be side avenue.
The Baptist Philathea society will
' be required, for the factories in many' competent helpers. They would have
of the cities of Europe have been something they could turn their hands hold a special meeting tomorrow night
at
Mrs. Frank N. Worth's on Canal |
ruined and the factories of this coun- ! to. They would not be in the position street
to prepare a Christmas box for j
try will have to supply the deficiency, ]jt o " have
"to'
"thing-"That
h
t tai^e
k "tiiVfirst
th f
hi th
the home missionary society. The
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I came to hand in order to get a job atladies' aid society will hold their
Ailojrotliw there is a Kreat bright- ;JJ,n- T h « ' w o l l k l KNOW SOME>>
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iff Equipment and Farm
The Kub*erU.njr, [xiSmintatrntrlK of tho vsUitti cl' Joaeph X>. Front, will ^ell at
uuctlun at tilii into residence,"
raaii, on
st 10:30 A. H., t3w foWwlBEf BSSBOBBI piou«!rtyi
38 Hea'1 of Milch Cowfl, eomo ot thoni ftRMh and tho rct*t chjst; api'luircrH; Dull,
6 Ilolforn, 10 Mint C<itiH, Pulr of Black Horses,
Pair of Diiv Homed, Madty liuJIU,
lituvy; Pair of Multm, fi !("!?«. 9 Hhotea and lJij.p«,-3 'rwo-}Joi-Ko ^'arm Wfigona, 2
Two-Homo Dump WIIKOIIH. 2 Blxteell-Hllllfrl Doillvs, II Grovol Boilhsll, Vwo-Moatsd
Cariiaett, S HuKtrlos, Jump-Bent Bucltbounl, Hood Curt. Two-Si'iited Citrryull. Kot
•it LlBlit DoulUo Hameua, 2 Hela of Single llarncuv, 3 BCIH
uf Double Ut-avy Iluri-HH I'tut - Suiltllo. - Kny SlielvIiujH, AHplinvnll Fotutij 1 'Planter, Hoover Putiito
SALE POS5?VIE, SMU QS SH8HE.
TiORHtS.—rSiuiiw unilor ^10, ''u^h; ov
mity.
0, eight niontha' noto with apnroveil
i'."oai-,
WILLIAM TKtrA^?OutairtO Cleric.
JOHN I. SICKLES,'inBlde Cleric.
-AT-
tumid' change in politics and because'
* « «,
'church Friday night. Mrs.'Reynolds,
•thc-Democratic- -aiimiMsWiiUiMi is still | Some day we willimvc schools like I foinierly fir charge of a Chicago mis-'
m business at the old stand and will i that in every school district in the i sionary school, will speak before the
be there for more than two years to i a i H |. That day may be long in coming [ Baptist Sunday-school Sunday morncome, II the hard times had been the u u ti t w i U K c t l l c r e _
ii n R . u u ] ; l t n i g j , t s h cw i u ^
a n ad_
result of the work of the Democratic |
| d r e s s , l t t h e c h u n . h s c ,. v i c t .. Mis.
administration, the tact that the elec- j
o-o-o-o-o
I K t , v n o k i s w o ,. k e ( i a n l 0 , 1 R . Indians a
turn made no political change would • 'phe action of the Ked Bank school number of years.
ii
have made times worse instead of bet- .trustees at their meeting last week, in
The Kaptist Philathea society will j
lei. Ihe I act that conditions are nil-, arranging for dunces to l>i> held in the I give a "Rainbow" fair at tile church
proving shows thai the panic and the hiK|. s c i, o o i luiilding, iindin providing1 lecture room Thursday and Friday
''-"•«• li'»i'* Wl ' 1(1 mu> •<> l l l c ' war m (for the use of the school buildings by nights, December ,'id and 4th. The '
Kuiopeand not to Oeniocratic govern-^gir],;' ch.h.s, c ( r . , i s i n | i m ,w i t | , the i booths will be decurated in colors of
menl. '
| priiiL-iple of the wider use of school. the rainbow and a "Dutch market"
.
o-o-o-o-o
, ! buildings. This wider use of school'will be held each night. At this mar-
r
Pretty inuch the same change in ' [£•»>«
'-tw'ina u,.a aw wiuJh^ fie ! .,,
ll,moerats passed in congress and
which went into efl'ei't Monday. This
is l
'™™* ™ ' ' ^
' «s
i ^ , ™,f, J^nn' s a ^ a n d ^ n t ^ f i
! »•»• f ^ to eat insteiu. of being,
to tiw.:
th served-jw.th a regular supper. The \
" "e ' sschool
"'" 1 n l llbuildings
" 11 ' 1
< 1lbelong
"1
m
committee in charge of the fair con-
vaMh' siiperiiir to the old natiiina! buildings than is ohlained by
Sunday morning the anthem will be
li:iiiking law which it superseded. other schobl district in the state.
"Praise Ye tbe Lord," and at night the
Some of tlu1 most sagacious of the
anthem will be "Save Me, O God."
bankers of the United States have
All (h <ch<ml buildings in Red Bank j
1,™, put in inu.o rt ant places under the ;s , u l i ;uf,V made
madV
ofo T
service,
' s e ^ not
new banking net 1 hey are ent.liu.sias- MVIHMI school is in session, but at all I cantata "Ruth," which was to ha
!:'li."™'\.! .'.V'^LIV,-/.,^.!!. . 1 ' ! ! . ' " ' • e !" t , l K ''; t i l l l e s u h o " . sueh " s e w i U Provc|l,een sung on Sunday, Novemb
and girls' clubs, night schools for men women's foreign missionnry Rocicty
Since election most of the financial ! ""<' women, lectures, entertainments wns hold Friday afternoon at Mrs. Alnewspapers of the country have o l , various kinds, and all other matters vin A. Whiting's on Monmouth street.
praised the new law very highly, al- which add to the attractiveness of life,
The regular prayer meeting service
tlicmuh when the law was going ! a h ? " l d n , lul t l u ' l r '"'tural home in the at Grace church will be held tonight.
through congress they fought it bit- jl'i'bhc school buildings. The Red Bank The topic will be '"Hie Hopefulness of
U'rly. Whether their opposition was | 5dl(W > trustees, in making this depar- Christ." Next Sunday morning ttev.
due'to politics, or whether it was be- ! tU1'? f™'» old-established custom, are James C. Lord will preach on "The
cause bankers were wedded to tbe old \llct'"^
>n l'»e with advanced tliought Limitations of Man." At night the
customs and could not believe that ! •>"'' »''e doing a vnlualilc service to topic for the preaching service will be
"God's Estimate of Time." There will
anytliing new was better than the old, Ued
he special music at this service, rendoes not matter now; the main fact
APPOINT LIDRAttY TEUSTEES.
dered by a double quartette. Miss
now is that the bunkers of the country
Marie Skelly will sing Gounod's "Ave
and the financial papers of the counKoyport
EXajutnlna
Iilbrnry—otlior
BusiMaria/' and the regular choir will be
trv, who were opposing the new law a
assisted
by Miss Skelly and Miss
ness
Transacted
by
thQ
Couuoil.
short time ago, are strong supporters
J l r s . T. P . Wek'h, Fred VanBmikle, Thelma Perrine, sopranos; Miss Marof the new law today.
garet
Edwards,
alto; and Fred ConkMrs. A. M. Brown. Auron S. Van Buslin, bass.
„„
. ..
.
i „! • r i ' ]{lvk a m l M r K ' 1 > o t e r A - Sondcrpaard
I lu> IK'W hankinjr law. and tho foe!- j | l a v e been appointed trustees of t h e
The library is
in;i whii'h now prevails t h a t goou Keyport public
••• library.
-••
WiU Movo to tho "Went.
times art' i-mninjr, will not bring good now maintained by the borough.
William
Dennis and family of BolFred
Strylcer
has
been
awarded
the
tinu's of llu'iust'lvcs. Everyone can
help a lilt It: aiui t'VL'iyone should help contract for the removal of ashes at ford will move this week to tbe West,
where
they
will • make their future
nil he van. This will be a hard win- Keyport. He will receive $!)!);"> for
ter and tile indications a r e t h a t there doing the work from now until Jan- home. A farewell party was held at
tlk- Duniiiii homo in honor uf Mr. Denwill be little employment In many uary 1st, li'li).
places. Economy in many households
The borough council has raised the nis's daughter Mae on Monday night.
will be necessary and in many homes wages of Fred Post, the engineer at The oven ing was .spent in general festhere will be actual want.
the pumping station, from ?(J0 to $711 tivities and feast ing. (luo.sts were
present from Port Monmouth, Bolford,,
a month.
The council has refused Ktnritan Keyport, Red Bank, Fair Haven and
What will be needed this winter
New York.
will be work, not charity. It is better tow'nsbip permission to use the bor(o pay a man a dollar and u half or oubh jail for its prisoners and the
Wants a Divorce.
two dollars for a square day's work use of the borough hall for holding
Mrs. Mary B. Gabriel of Rosollo,
than il is lo give him half a dollar for trials.
The lest of the .•ilteralions at the New .lorfioy, ha;; brought iuiit against
nothing. Wherever possible, public
wink should be undertaken this winter pumping station will not bo mado un- her husband, Francin Curl Gabriel, for
instead of leaving it for nexl spring. til the work on the plant is completed divorce on the ground of desertion.
The siime is true of work whirl] is to in accordance with the specifications. Mrri, Gabriel wan formerly Miss Mary
It. Linznmyer of Middlotown tow win ip
bo done by individuals* or tirnv;. If tbe
and the marriage was performed by
money is at hand to pay for the work,
Doctor ntrnhan Injured.
1
Illy truest charity is (o have the work
Dr. I 'rank 0. Strahan, an interne Rev. Father O'Connor nt Now Mon(lone when work is most needed.
at tlii' Long llriuich hospital, and Ed-moulh in October, li>01.
wutd Fountain of Clarksburg were
Jtoaiiobtirs* HOUBO fjold.
And it is in times of want and times pinned under un automobile at SmithJohn S. Tilton has sold tho Glenwood
g after the machine had
«f little work that the school system of bur}.'}" a week ago
D Strahnn was out
Dr.
p
t on the
th hmiso at Tiltou's cornor at( vKoansluirg
the country is shown up at ils worst. upset.
h d -und
d face and his arm and knee to Mr.-!. William Oirint iiii). u n of NewThe schools should Urnch things needed head
;
to bo known in hard (ime: . A cooking were injured. Mr. Fountain sustained ark, who oi'cupifd the houne last year
HH a bnunlinir hutit^o. Mrs. ('hristiancourse liholilil be adopted by every several broken ribs.
M'u will I'oiitiniiL* the place un a bonrd
nchool, which would .show how eookirijr hou.'q'. Tilt; hotiiu* Inis all modem
'i'Moves Defeat Tholr Own Ilmls.
imf should ho done, from the start
inipriwcnicnts, mid han "•' 1»tidroom«.
Thicve.'i
broke
into
II.
Whitney
Conout to fto, t'le ilnv's tmivketing to lrmkiii' up tht> !ttt ..Mm Into whult oiiui IOU
store at (Iceanport last, night
mid tooth oim <h lit , Hutt I , pi oh anil disclimired nil.ro glycerine in an
Tlinnkssrivltiff BSioot.
7''*!\ (miii)rh looil \v \ ttd in mum effort to blow the safe open. The e \ - George ft. Wallace of Middlelown
*n null's win it ii'ul it I'ILHI to luip pbi lion jammed the door of (ho sufe will bold a Thanksgiving idioot-jti hi
comfortably. Thifl waBt^ and it is impossible- to open (be mttv. home on the Keypoit road. The shoot
» t MMI, n o t b y Vfi'kit'K -Jhe-iH o r vvil- Nothing wiiti liilion.
Tbe safe con- will commence a t noon ami
l
HC of \iu'U of tain stamps and po:;tollici; money.
and n pi); will ho tlu1 prizto.
Beautiful High Boots for
Women, both Queen
Quality and others, aa to
e, 1 to 8.
A very handsome gray top
dull calfj'shoe at $ 4 , 5 0
2(3 Fiooir
Special Offering of Room
s
We are closing out our line of Room Carpets at
SScyd.
9x12 Tapestry Brussels Ruga at
:-. ~ 9x12 Axminster Rugs at..
9x12 Axminster Rugs at
$14.S0
Reg. $16.50
$18.00
Reg. $21.00 v
$21.00
Reg. $23.50
Women's Light Colored Spats,
Women's High Top Walking
Boots at $4.00, aa to d, are unusual values.
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and Every Flayer Should Know
thero Js no finer nor moro correct edition of ehpot music than tho w
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"Century Edition" tnu»!o [stir-ei] and commoiidod by Rcboola anil conEorratortea, anil cm.
bracco oil sr&ikafor teaching, drawing-room or concert ur.e,
Horo nro a fow epeolmossceloott'd at mcloai from tho "Oontarj" Catalog.
THla
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Title
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Godarl,...$ .so
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.THE RED BANK RS5I8TER.
;« Tisfrlssrt.
Uii, Mif. H'/iil MiUhi
to 'lay.k J.'ovfir.Ur
(toniflitfr.
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Mrs, Satmt JCeU«y <A Mwirr.oatH uf v/ii;vi.i'.rr.--in
•r>-yo.», on V-.A'DDI:-/.)
street
i'VSfey
nlKht.
Mr.
Itflii*y
ia
li(>VfcVhl.E:r HUl, littu. ,l-i nu VadVi'.-H, of j
5 Hf>V HiMtr iit» IT wed from Me>ihnuif. ttrtvt to ti.t- iioijitsj which he employed by th« Long Branch trolley a t:uh.
icr< i.t'y iKiUKnl on Brawh avena*. ' company. •
JToCvjiU Yot, the baiter, is. rapidly Friday afternoon which was attended
I i A I i ; n - - U K l , l , . — A t Houth Amliny, on
t^overim, tibia a race hand. Ha in- by a number of Ked Bankers,
Buiukty, NovwmljsF
Htlt. by lun% .Mr.
MIHH Franci'H IJnler mi*t Fruillt A.
jured U l»y n fall whlls on a gunning : Mrs. Gmtitus Cooper of Leroy pleee I^tnvlw,
limU, both of RluttiWuii,
tiip.
enterteiiced a bridfge elub Monday.
J^LKCK— PIlMNOWJTiS—At New Kiil'lt,
Mn. Frank L-. Msaisiug of Itecklssa on Haturday, Octobi-r 21tl>, Mm. Knnnii;
li. Wallace UuiA<.U fcaa moved from
Wi'ck
at
ArtaorS" Furls
mill
Jtolifcrt
Joseph BwIitlftBUi'ss houge on Pearl place gave a bridge pssrty B'rlday af- I'r*;nowltv;
of N'?w Xm-U City.
Ur t4slSiaci«| ParSors,
Kticet to Jchh {•latintaan'a haussa on ternoon,, Pffess were won by Miss
CHAINOKS! — JOHNHON.— At
NewCstthwtitt street. Arthur Eeehetbach Mabel Wilbur, Miss Charlotte Ed- ixx-h, on , Tnciiduy , Xm'ftnlier ITlll, MIHH
wiH movi tfota I'lilUp kohl's house on warfa and Miss filargaret Edwards. Anna GialiiRer of Xewurk and I r v i n g
t|2 Broad Slraet,
OaktamJ street to too l»euse vaeeted
John Coiton, sun of Tiuunas Colton JoiiRSijii of Hed flunk.
AllrnhlM'Ht.
by Mi, Bennett.
of Minneeink Park in Middletown o n HllffliANII—1>HI(-K.—Al
Tliurfiiliiy, Noveinln'r mill, b>- R^v,
Eed Bank, H. 5.
LaaiH Turner of Front streeti who is tenrnship, has entirely recovered irosn I^wlfiht I.- I'araojjH, Mhfrf lltilier.c-u llnwlilrul of AU«nliurat nnU Iliinilltun II. I'rli'i'
ompfcyaj in t i e tatdter shop oi G. injurisg duS to beinif struck by a trol- (if
Hi'il Bank.
Units 6 Sen, l.» enjojing » week's va- ley cnr.
M'Cl.i'IBB— HKTTH.—Al
llolnuli'l, on
cation which ha is scemiinc at BrookMrs. Alonzo Field of Wallace street Hatiiiday, Novemliiir 14th, liy l « ' i . Oar- C? &[email protected] iservics is ^iv^i%
v t t WycUort, MIBK Aunii »Mrt'lucn of.
lyn. Augustus Soffcl of Bridge avenue is confined to her bed with intermittent lIfolinilfl
mill .RnliFi't \Y. Bctt.t of Uluoinhas gone back to work In the butahar fever.
tlclil.
ghan after spending a week's vacation
Mr. and Mrs, Seymour Day of Jer- r A T T K H H O . V — I I O H H K A I J I * — M ' lU-il I I a?2 old 5l!i-f.V;ure K c w
at MsriBsqaisn.
sey City and Mrs. M. E. Kilby and llnuk, on T h u r w l a y , NOVCIIIIKT 12tli, MIKS
}>utlol'«nii and Kroilurlck W. IIOIHMrs. Arthur J. Rochow of Brooklyn daughter Helen of Newark were re- litiflicl
V-Jtiilo in t h e jueiranlrsecS
both of Llncroft.
died lnet Wednesday night. Her hus- cent fpwsta of Mra. F. A. Scott of fall,
J'KAItBAl.l,—DAVIK.—At Si-w
York,
Shrewsbury
avenue.
band, who ia s noted motorcyclist, 1B
on Bllll'luy, Novembur 15th, Ijy lluv. Wale r WllllnniM, Minn Martlia I". 1'i'iirmill of W> K^&vi service doeo lioid
weil Known sfc Red Bank, wliero he in Mrs. William Uurtt of Long Branch tLone
HrnlK-ll anil l.'lmrloa II. IJnviH o r
a frequent visitor.
spent yesterday with Mrs. Thomas Nc-v. York.
Louis Priek of Hecto* place went Irving Brown of Broad street.
BAWVKU—1'AH'KN.— At Wc»t Oi'rali ^ cvv matters wot*U X® ^l
gurmitiR last Wednesday and Thurs- • Mrs. Anna Hackett Lorby of Now Cit'ove, on Hutiii'iliiy, XOVIMIIIIIT n t h . 4jy
C It. l''tHlii'r, Minn Anna B. Havv\fiday anil bftRged fifteen rabbits.
York, who has been visiting her par- oItcv
f . W l i l l e n v l l l e nnd A r t h u r II. J ' a t t i n ol'
^ e&tous ®w& ijou
Peter Robitiaon is employed at the ents, Mr. and Mra. Patrick Hackett of A yon.
Locust
avenue,
has
returned
home.
lunch counter of the Central hotel.
MMlI.KIt — VAN f ' l . K A l ' i - At
l.miB
i>" Hiitiirilny, Novcmlim- l u l l , iiy
Miss Sarah Hendrickson of Vnn- Miss May Naughton and Daniel Ilrmu'li,
Uvy, Morton
A. H a n n i " , MIHH .Mlnni.' E vert) job w e
Hisevilla hnij rotnrned homo after a Naughton of Rumaon nnd Mrs. Anna Kfllfi'
find .1. t i l l l w r t VniiClcnf. huth of
week's visit to relatives and frionds at Hackett and daughter Marion of Lo- I.oni; Hraiifh.
KIIMItMAX — WOLCOTT, — At
i.oliK L coding otliors tjou v/lH
Red Bank.
cust avenue, spent Thursday with Mrs.
on Tiii'Mdiiy, Xovonilur Kith, l>y
Frederick S. Hayes of South street Haekctt's mother, Mrs. Oakea of Uruiii'li,
H
^ t l l
Mi
l'th
Kev.
W i l l i a m I'. HilitWL'll,
Minn
l.'utlu-rBIH'nt Thursday, Friday and Knturday Holmdel. The trip wan made in Mr.llll' Bhciinaii unil K i d II. Wuk-otl, Kith ! I ef ua prove our worVt is r't^iif
uf I.oup llriiiKii,
i
with-liiu father, i. ti..llay«tt of LaUe- Naugliton'rt new-automobile
HMI'I'll—1'AKKKIt, -Al Miitinviin, im
wood.
Percy Bickford, a professor at Tlnii-Hiluy.
November Tali. Iiy R e v . HutliAaron Morris, who is spending the Princeton college, has been vinitini? iia-1 Jloww. Miss lilu Miiy Hmltli of Mata31 Broad street,
•winter with hia daughter, Mrs. Joseph Miss Mary Davison of Monmouth wnii nnd lli-v. iMmrlvii W. I'ai-ker or
Lukewootl.
W. Child of East Front street, spent street
'PHOMl'KOX—CO-J"l'ni:i/l,—At
I'J-eiUp one flight.
last Thursday at Hazlet.
IJarold Estes of Spring street spent JluM, mi Wi'ililemliiy, NnvcmluT 11 111,
George Curtis of Little Silver is Sunday at hin parents' home at East Iiy llcv. J o h n Millljunlt, Ktlii'l, dniiBlitiMof
MI-H.
UHzn
Tliunit/iMftn,
of
c'lvi'liiild.
jiaintinK Robert Price's house on Orange.
mirl Thoorloi-e Cuttn-ll nf FiinnliiKilule.
White street.
Auto Delivery.
Harry VanNote is back on the job WATHON—II1NTI1.S'.— At 1U-0 llnnll,
Rev. James Lord of Broad street as a policeman, after1 a vacation of on Jloniluy, Novcmlifi- Kith, hy Her orih-r
H
u
r
r
y
('.
llll'l.-nii,
Mm.
Ailillf
Wntnnn
nf
preached at St. Luke's MothodiBt two weeks. His boat is in the "pit."
Phone 295-W.
York unil .Tiilin H l n t o n «f I1<-il Ilnnh.
church at Long Branch last Thureday William Docker had that patrol during New
WIT.ril'll—KIHI.I.N'C.—At
Roil llnnl:,
night.
the summer, but he has been laid off on Hutiu-'lay, Xovi'nilit'i 1-itli, l>y llcv. .1.
Minimi- ViinK:iiit, Mlsx NPllIf
Flllinnrc
Earl Lockwood of Oakland street till next spring.
Wllliur "f Hurt Hank nml I.IMIIK Jnlin
Dr. and Mrs. S. H. Rhodes of Red Rii'lliiK
lias accepted a position as representaof HnioUlyn.
tive of the Metropolitan inaurance Bank loft today for their winter home
at Daytona, Florida.
company in the Hed Bank district.
Councilman Hugh J. Phillips, who I 1 M U . — A t AHbury I'nrk, n n Tlinr?Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davenport of
Novcmliur l i t l i , Sim. Wtllluni N.
West Red Bank were recent guests of has been under treatment for car-ilny.
buncles
and diabetes at a Philadelphia Ball>', fornil'lly of Khrew.^lniry, IIKOI! nr,
friends at Silvcrton.
I l l H U . ~ A t I-'n-fliolil, on H;itut-(l;iy N'oMrs. Charles K. Champlin, who haa hospital, has almost completely recovbeen with Mr, Champlin's repertoire. ered and is expected home in a few vcnil)i!l- 1-ltli, 3Ir«. Kul-nli I-'. Hilil. BKP<1
days,
.
"
troupe on a theatrical tour, lies relilVaWX.—At H i l t o n Pni-k, t)ll WeilMrs. Sophia Skirm and her daugh- npKilny, Novomlii-r 11 til. SIIHH I'nullnv
turned homo for a short stay with her
siator, Mra. Earl Lockwood of Oakland ter. Mrs. Minnie Dangler, have closed Brown, imfrl Illi yoai-H.
OAIJXT.—At llrarlli-y llfucli. »n 'fucsstreet, and her mother, Mra. Louis their boarding house on Oakland street ilay,
XovemlirT 17tli, Manuit'l Onntit. forPrice of Oceanport. Mra. Champlin and have gone to live with Mrs. merly of l t « l Hnnk, iiKi'd 7:1 y e u m .
fillAVATT.—At
Aili'lphln, i>n Tliniureports that Mr. Champlin and hiuSkirm's daughter, Mrs. John Taylor of
ilny, Xovi'tnliiT 12th, CIIIU-IPH It. ( i r u y a t t ,
company are«<loing a good business Wallace street.
Uf,'oil 70 \-e.-nn.
and are breaking house records in
Mrs. Vanderveer VanDorn of HalfJACKSON.—At -MlltiiWini, -on 'ruCR'luy,
many places,
mile rond in Middlotown townsbin, N'ovoinlior Tlth, in-. A n J r c w .1. .lucksmi,
"i'l yt'inj<.
Mra. Ira Hart of Three Bridges has near Red Bank, is laid up with grip iijro'l
KILI.ION.—At I.oilK HriilK-li linnnlt-il,
been visiting her uncle, A. L. Davinon and neuralgia.
oil .Siiinluy, N o v e m b e r Uilli, M i.is Mill.of. Mo'mnouth street.
George M. Sandt of Broad street, Biirc-t Kllllon, ii«c«l IT, yours.
LANK.—-U I'l-lni'i'tnii. on Siiinluy. N«Miss Gertrude Norman of Maple tnayor-clect, was a spectator at the vonilior
ir,th, Tulllli l.ani; of l-'nvhoM,
avenue spent part of last week with council meeting Monday night.
foi-mi'i-ly of HlghlanrlH, aged about >i
her nice, Miss Hiizcl McQueen, a
.MAC'JNKI'.V.—At Ki'ypult, on VViilstudent at the Normal school at TrenIt pays to advertise In THE REGISTER. Ilr^illiv.
NovinilttM I l t h , (iel truile, vvili:
ton.
—'Advertisement.
uf Wl'lllum .Mul.'imkoy, IIK«1 «S yi'iiw.
Mra. Andrew J. Hill of Catherine
I ' A U K K I l — \ t New Viu-li, mi WMIIIKSilnv VIIVOIIIII."- 11th. r i n i t l i " A. Viifl""street is at the Spring Lake hoapital
formerly o£ West Long Branch, aged
Burma.
ifor un operation for internal trouble.
COAX.—At
Kverett. on Thuroiliiy, N'o- €2 yc.iu-H.
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Miss Kita Schcnck ia visiting her vomfoci
IL'tli, M r s , .1. \ v . Conn, of u fon.|
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sister, Mrs. Charles Buck of Marlboro.
IHIBHIXS—At Adi'lpliln, mi Tni-Kilny, \Y<"lmKiliy,
Ilth,, Dr. Harryy
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Nuu'inlior tilth, u r n . .lunik-,- \ \ , ,lli,u- i II. I'vnihi'i'tim,
t
a g r d Cl yfiir».
Mrs. Leslie Dennis has returned 1,1ns,
of u Kim.
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(iri'iin
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homo from the Methodist hospital at
HM<IO'rT.---At l i n t Hunk, on T l i u r i - I Thiu-.-nlay, Xov-nih<M- l i t h , An«l<- H,, w i f e
Philadelphia, whore she underwent an iliiy. Ni,vomli.--r l i l h , l i r e . Wlllnnl Kl- I of (IcorKc. \V. lU'lh'htnn, lilted r,u yours.
lliitt,
of
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SCHK.\'l'IC.-"Al
Holniilcl, o n
l-'rlciny,
operation for .appendicitis.
HVHUIXCillAJI.—In Miilillclinvn tnwn- XoionilH'i- i::tli, .MIH. Daniel I. Sehi'iuk,
Miso Stella Sherman of Philadel- ^-liili.
on M'nnluy. .\o\pnilit'r ilth, Mrs. necil K.", yearo.
phia, formerly of Hed Bank, is visit- L. li. lOvcrliiKliMm, of it noil.
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KTATKS1H.—At Hcoljeyvillo. i i n . S u t u r KI0L8KV.—At Ileil llnnli, on KrliHiy, ; day,
ing Mra. •!. .Oi Delutuah of Reckless Novi'inlirr
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MTH. caUH'rlii''
Ililh, MIH.• JiimpK Ki'lm'y, of u
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'Modern way of merchandising.
Better servic.
Splendidly designed cases and fixtures.
Well, we cant begin to tell you all about the Little Store.
Just como and see
for yourself.
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About Our Lines:
• We carry all standard lines of Jewelers' Merchandise.
Everything new and nobby.
Lines you can absolutely rely upon.
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Repairing:
Our fiu'ilitios fur repairing arc coiriplote.
At Little Store prices'.
KvcrythinK repaired, from a Bar Tin to a Grandfather Clock;
Our Location:
6 Broad Street, Krider Building, Red Bank.
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SWAIX—At ^UlijltoWO, ...on
WnlllPi:Mrs, John VanVleit, who is in
.MAdlOK—At lOvirctl. on Momisiy. \ ' o - da> , N o v e m b e r I l t h , Itev. CeinKe .Su'aln.
Texan, where her husband in a captain vcmlii'r l « l h , Mr.-. .IOHOI>II AIIIKI-P, or n ajved SI! y e a r s .
WOtiLLKY.—At Avon, on Thursday,
in the army, siavc birth to a son SaturXICKKRKOX.—At Vivi'lnild, oil Jlon12th, livn. l'Uiznbclh Weollcy,
day. Mr.!. VanVleit' was formerly iliiy, .NoveminT 2il, Mrs. Aitlnu- Nli-ker- XovCmhQr
aged 72 years* and 8 muntlm.
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Miss Sarah Hubba'rd of Red Bank. HOII, of a ilauKhter. •
WYXKOQP.—At Lone Ui'Anch, on SatVIUIAI'H.—At
A t l a n t i c IIIRIIIIIIIIIH, an urday, November Tth, 'Mrs. Jacob WynShe is a daughter of Thomas Hubbard K:Uiiriluy,
XovMiilm- n t h ,
Mfn.- C. (!. koop, agod 74 ycarp.
of East Front street.
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IIIIOAIJIOM,—At ICntnnlDwii, on WwlMrs, Annie Breach of Eust Front
in uEiioaiAix.
ni'mlliy,
Xovoniht'i'
1ltll, .Mrs.
Alfrril
street has a new automobile.
In loving memory of Anyustn T'. Fltzof a son,
About 25 friends of Harold Davi-1 KlinndoH,
IUBABTKU.O.— At
KIMI
Hank,
on I Rerald (nee Seott). wifo of Stoff I'Mtzson, son of Abruin L. Duviyon of Mon- .Monthly, Nnv.-iitlicf 2d, .\lr.^ Anlt'llo treftild, who died fuiddenly Xovemher 4th,
]!>11, nt Jersey City.
of
non.
mouth street, paid him a surprise visit Hllumtello,
SICIIJIAXO.—At
Ut.il llunlc, on SunTUB H10RKAVHD FAMILY.
Monday night in celebration of his
eighteenth birthday.
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The mothers' club ia holding its first
meeting of the season thin afternoon
at Mrs. Howard Close's on Bergen
place.
The Powder PuiT club met .Thursday
a t . Mrs. F. B. Greenwalt's on Bank
street anil arranged for a play to bo
given after the holidays. The next
meeting of that club will be held" at
Mr». Greenawalt's on Thursday, December 10th.
Mrs. William B. Lawrence of Waverly place has returned homo after
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Joseph
Why bother and worry over making your pies and plum puddings for
Gordon of Atlantic, Massachusetts.
the Holiday dinner? You will have enough work to do without preparing
Mrs. Lawrence's mother, Mrs. Tucker
of Atlantic, returned with Mrs. Law- your pastry.
rence for a vijjit.
You can buy such delicious pies and puddings at Childs' Bakery.
Dr. William B. Warner, who lives at
Our pumpkin pies have thtrt old-fashioned flavor. We make our own
the corner of East Front and Spring
mince moat, using plenty of meat, Rood apples and good, sweet cider,
Btrcot, ia recovering after having been
etc. Our piea can't help being good.
laid up several days with bronchitis.
Rov. and Mra. Robert' MncKollnr of
Large deep pies S a c , S S c and S O c .
Maple avenue spent last week with
Our steamed plum puddings are made from an old English recipe.
relatives at Haddonflcld. Minn Anna
Laetitia Reilly of Hnddonfield is visitThe fact that we arc selling more each year tells how good they must
ing her uncle, Mr MacKellar. Severbe. They weiprh about 1 j pounds and sell for *1O c e s t t s each.
al friends were entertained last night
You will need some of our fancy cakes for supper or during the evenby Mr. and Mrs. MacKellar in honor
ing to complete the dny'a menu. Good bread is a help to any meal.
of Miss Reilly.
Harry C. Fay of Monmouth street
USE CHILD'S SPLIT TOP BREAD
was a Monday visitor at New York.
Miss prances Chamberlain of South
MADE BY MACHINERY
Btreet'is a substitute cashier at the
Atlantic & Pacific grocery store.
Mrs. Albert Smith and daughter of
Bolmar, formerly of Red Bank, have
been visiting friends in town.
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Nixon and
West Street.
Bons Wilbur and Stanley of Elberon
spent Sunday with Mrs. Nixon's
father, Samuel Marshall of Wallace
tjRED BAN15, N. J.
street
Mrs. William Apnlegate of Brooklyn
has been visiting her parenta-iii-law,
Mr. nnd Mra. Charles Applcgate of
Maple avenue.
Minn Kmnm Lafetra 'and Miss
Elizabeth Shepherd, teachers at the
Trenton Normal ouliool, wt;re Saturday
and Sunday guests of Miss Lnfera's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lafetra of lliiclfie avenue.
Mii«i Marguerite Donolmc of Wallace Btrcet spent Sunday with relatives sit I.akohm-st.
Dr. Walter L. Mason of Oakland
.street wi\9 a Monday visitor at New
York.
Mra. Josic Wyinlia and sons Oliver
mill KUKSUII and Mr?. Wymtm's mother, Mra. Joneph Smith, all of White
Caps ef EiifAMemt quality, 3 0 Cents;
street, spent Sunilny with Mrs. Maipari't. Wymbs of Tinton Fnllfi.
Jolm Onlie:;, Jr., of Wcntsido avenue,
Sweater ۩ats, Pure Wool, $ i . 0 0 and up.
npvnt the hitter pni't "f lust week buntinK with friendn in various imrts of
Flannel Shirts from SS.fJ© up; cannot lie
tlifi comity.
(iciirec G. .Smith of Lsikewood ttis w
visitor in (own Monday.
Wilfn-.l H. Jayno, Jr., It. TenBiwk
Sporty Neckwear ®f ¥©ty Finest SMb,'
Stout anil .losrjih It. Holf of I.aUeftmxl
w*re Red Barm visitoi'a IOHI. Woilnc >2 S Cente? ¥aijie 5 # Cents.
May.
Mrs. William F. Howurd of llud'on
avenue iis iipcndlnK nuvcral weckr, with
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--KSIEIUWH at Newiirli.
Dr. J'"<Jwin Fuild of Wort Front
street nnd Dr. Wise of Lon|: Hrnin'h
sretuiuftd tlili* wt'^k tram Canada,
where Un.-y «pcnt two weehn on a KHIIninir trip. 'Iliey got noverul deer, hut
tlltl nrit get a »h«t at n mnoss, althouj'h
limy maifo tba trip print'ipnlly for
SI10OW.
Mra. tSfnrKo C«tii»v«r oi Kcypnrl,
formorly of Ifed Hank, gave a party
Here are UNHATCtlABLE BARGAINS in Dimng-Room Furniture and Floor
Coverings. We have gathered together FOR TOSS SALE about 2 5 COUPLETS
DiWl^G SUITES, in an woods, and offer them in complete sets or break them to suit
customers at EXTRAORDINARY PRICE REDUCTIONS.
ALSO OFFER AT THIS TIME several large lots of Beautiful High Grade Rugsk
in 9x12 sizes, from $5.00 t o $40.©0 9 cut from $7.50 to $50.00.
$37.50 BUFFETS CUT TO $30.00.
$85.00 0-PIECE FUMED SET, $65.00.
Tlii'M 1 I'ioi'ps sold lTgnl.'ii' iii Ibis sliii'c I'm' s:i7.r>0 anil
iin - l o r e , i m y w l i c r e r n u k l sell I'nr less.
S i ' v c r n l of I h c s c
( I h u i r e Ui'jiiiliir Ki/.c P i p c t ' s a r e ' o j l ' t ' r e t l N O W :it a rodiiftinii
ill' !:'7.r>d.
l ; ,\'Tv Piec.n m a d e of tin 1 llnndsciint 1 :-! n n u r t o i ' O t l
O a k yini t'V'M1 -itvv a n d itll P i c r i c a r e l i m u l - p o l i s h i ' d U i r o u g h -
A T r u e A r l a m i(li'afl Ilc-ifjn i n I h r J?oll Ilich
Mniwns.
Snili- r u n s i - K o f HiilVet. I t o m i d I'eilr-lal 'I'alilr, li l.eallicr
Heal Chfiirs anil (iliinn (lio-i'l.
$S6.50 TO $4B.OO EXTENSION TABLES NOW 330.00.
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S2I.50 HEAVY DlNiNG TABLE, ?15.0O.
All Ii it vf t'xtrit litutvy 1 2 - i f n l i PeiU'^luls w i t h 'i 5 - i n <"h
a n d -'i.S-inrli x ' l o c L c d Si.ilitJ O a k T t i p s . H u m e Imvo M a ^ s h c
t.!ln\v l'\'el w h i l e o t h e r s huvi: tlic popiiliti' C o l o n i a l S c r o l l .
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$50.00 AMD $55.00 KARNAK WILTONS AT $42.50.
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$13.50 SIDEBOARDS Of? BUFPETS NOW $9.9S.
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$60.50 0-PIECE DIKING SETS NOW $50.00.
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m i l k i n g c l e a n i n g vory eu>y.
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Everything was bought early and in ^reat quantity; furthermore we have
added many novelty lines which usually mean a trip to New York. Shop at
this store for variety, quality and economy.
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THE RED BANK REGISTER,
V-'I'i'iX
BUY YOUR
Autumnal Glories
X,iii*t S^S^M.
Thieves broke into tnc railroa-.l :UiFor Thanksgiving •
turn ln»t nijiht and broke open a i'hew-
Bsi'u ;u;d SSUul Team mid Wngoli.
Addphin punnern who were out af- A team of hordes worth .SU'iti were
er frame last Week included Harry ;~!olen last Thurtduy ni^ht from
nciser.
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two iiuiui-HIM
quail ami uiri-v
Him- Geoiyv C. Dura'lt, who farms tin.-; intf juim mn.ihine. They trot « ! out of
rabbits; Lester Applejwte and a party I>anii-1 1>- llemlrii-ks'on fiimi at Mid- tin- ma.-hmt-.
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T l i e aliluniii.'il ^bir'.i.-: li-il In u s In t i n .
of five who shot 21 rabbits; Frank , dlctmvu. Tin- thieVes hitched tin- team , l;zal and Robert II. ih ( artcr ;md
Elliimham, who Rot two rabbits and a to a farm wii^on and drove away. Nil V . .1. Oardmsr have returned to their lu'lils a n i l woitds in \"V-i'iiiln'r i n m a n y
voodi-o:'!- ['Arthur Vanlirunt who shot 'truce of the team or of tin.' rubbers has ; winter home ut Newark. Joseph Jit- p a n s iif H i e I ' n i t c i l S t a l e s fiirulsli inii_
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six rabbits* and_ a squirrel;
and
Charles
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found
-Mr. Dor.u-tt and l i b family had att i n - broke out in i-rnnk AinrroK I Uu-jj|l i ' o r » luHluJni' : m i l ^-r:isuiinble
Clayton, who also not six rabbits and
one MHiirrel
tended the American Medianies' sup- jlousi: Sunday ninbt. The liremen put ilulih- iliM-iuutlt'ii.-- fin- ilii' T i i i u i k i K l v l i i »
l)i- I ' (.' Cattaiiach and Joseph lier at MiddU'town village Thursday ' it out Iwfore lmieh damage was donu-. !i l i m n r . I n a d d i t i o n , o r <-. i r s e , t h e Ito.-i h t . They relurmd home about ten I Mrs. David Moore is spending sev-j Ist l i m y i n . nillcil u p o n . I ' s p e f l a l l y f u r
Moore of l.onK Branch went K
l;. Mi" lloisctl put up t h e U-am eral day« with her son a t i'hiliidduhia. t h e i h r y . s n n t l h iiiuin. iilwa^-.^ a sivtsnn
on Kichiii'd Deevcs's place at Tinton
locked the barn.
About t w o ; Little Silver people who went to
. Falls last week. John 1!. Story, superahli> ' i n d fsivnrlti' lilnoiii.
k in t h e morning Mr. Dorsett ' the l'rincetou-Vale football ]JTanie u t
intendent of the place, went gunning
W h i l e tlie MiioKed liaiulio» b a s t c t is
well )H;i.il a s :l f a s h i o n a b l e i v n l c r p l e l T
( a b l e b a s k e t , t h e w m n a u \\h*> i s n o l
' i l e
eiitmuii l ' i p,.s>c.-w « n e nuiy
s n h s t i i u i i ! a u i . k r r b a - k i i a m i rai-ry
rabbits and n hare which weighed « ' - 'i >»••>• hnd driven out of the farmhouse sidewalks laid.
pounds
'"Hd on tin prays. The print of the .John Rcmmers of Brooklyn spent o u l a |<i'i !l> s ]i- iiir. T h i s is i n .ill t i n '
Henry .I Madtfe of Adclphia is one . wauon wheels was also seen on the; Sunday with William II. C.arhart.
h a s k c l \vit!l :l niiM Ul't' of 'il';l(iuc;;. l a t e
of the "most enthusiastic gunners in >rass at the,side of the public road,: Leo Hartwig's new house is nearly p e a r s . : i p p ! , ^ :*n.I . , I I H T I r i i i l s . T w l n i ' i l
Moiunouth comity.
For
the
past
27
i
on
which
they
had
driven
until
they
finished.
Mr.
Iliutwinlives
at
New-1
o
w
i
c
y
n
1
y
l lias
l (,'one
i every I««ppeiv
i out
ut of
ofluarinR
luarinRof
ofthe
thehouse.housearkHe
Heand
andhis
hisfamily
family expe.'t
expe't to
toeat
eati n a s s uT a 11 i - ^ M \ r r \ i-ti'iaafls rirunnd
ark.
years lie
out gunningI b i s .Hid l-cii,.; ii m ' r r tin- c l i p ' s , p u t
The tender of the CTiilwood draw-1 their Thanl;s)iivinir dinuer m the
year on the first dny of the open seaf i n s :iil(?rnaicly r e d , b r o w n o:- .vellnw
son. This year he was laid up with a '"i'lgv said lie saw the team and .house.
heavy cold and had to forego his wagon pass over his bridge about i .Joseph McCormid;, who is employed o a k l.'avt"! iirix«d v\ilb sr.-irlel bilfcrHim u'clo:-k that morning-. A rail-i i n William II.,Carhart's wheelwright s w e e l i n I b i ' d c r o i ' M l i n i . eMeiulla.ir It
•usual trip.
ad man
man in
in JJiddlesex
hop, is
(' S li
Despard of Deal h a s posted load
-Middlesex county saw
saw ,-sshop,
isspending
spcmlniK a vacatlun
vacation :at Atlan- w e l l (Mil o w r t h e w h i t e el.illl. Til
! k . tie City.
his lands aiiainst ctmniiiK hut he say:, H i e team p r liy about, four o 'V
dw
that tsminers eonsUimly no on his '1hey were then m a drippim; lallu-r.
property- notwithstanding the nolive to
keep olf. He has offered a reward .for
SUIT OVEIl A PEBT.
information which will lead to the conviction ol' any jrunner:i uninp. on ,liis Joseph Strulmiciigol- Gots Jndgfment for
properly.
°
S2O Afoiimt Ottu Wood.
^lattliia.s T. Ap))lee,nte iintl Thomas
Joseph
Sti ohmi'iiper "f Oceanic
Honnett, both of Anbury I'ark, left '(broiurht
"(
suit for ifHO against Oltu
that pla'-.-e on Sunday for a week's e,un- K'.
t-ic same place before .fuuk'c
: trip at Shady Glen, New York.
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1
3f> f
Nev. White FAT NORWAY MACKEREL T^TThk
The Finest of
IK'SI I.Minify Starch .
NEW DRIED FRUIT
Large Variety of all
Kinds of Nuis. . -
' of l.lmc-, I hired cans. .28c.
Full Line of Fancy
Bex Candieso
25c
3c 'Ik
.GalUqCsna'a Cluskost 1814 Crop.
NEW RAISINS- AND --CURRANTS; - I
I.:,\U;t l'uiicv l'o;tcftcs
13c II*. Clean Seeded Raisins
10s jikg,
Hxlra Choice I'vaclifS, . . . . . l i e 1b. i-incsi Cleaned Currants, .'!0e. pkj;.
listra I'anoy Apricots
17c IK
lijitni Choice Apricots
13c IK
Largest .Size I'rutU"*
, J 3 e il\ Curtii.c llros. Pure Fruit Jams,
jar
ISc
1
1-a.Kt' SUi 1'riincs
l i e IK
Medium Size Prunes
8c IK
CHHJXS'
BRrAKFAST
COCOA.
1
j-lh. can. :
13c
SEASONABLE SUGGESTIONS.
7c
Home Style Mince Meal
,3c IK V.i-lh. can.
Shredded Cocmmut
ISc IK
Fruit I'uililinc
8e pkfr
Roll of Lunch Paper for. .
4c
5o Sheets of Best Was l':ipei> t.»r
Wrapping Lunches.
AT CUT PRICKS.
Uii! Can TomatoSs,, , . , , . , .7c can
Sweet Sticar Corn
7c can
Tender June Peas
,*7c can
New String Ueans.
7c can
Sweck Elosaom
TENDER CORN 10c CAN.
New California Apricots.
9c
Packed from the choicest fresh
.' lbs
25c
tender coin. The best product ol
^nie of the most reliable packers in
America. Has been packed for us Imported, French Alaciironi.llc
by the same fellow year after yuar.
Holly Wrealh Asparagus T i p s . . . B e
.•
-»••%
OCEAHFOBT
0C£ANrO»T
HEWS.
95c dozen.
Peanut
,
•.
Animal Bazar, Sl\pl>or mul Entertainment
HoKt Month.
10c TuiuMi'r Wlbuar's
Hutter . , , , . , .".
The Methodists will hold their an
mini I)a7.!ir, supper and eiitertaimmnt
on Thursday and Friday, Deccmbei id
and ltli. The entertniitment will bi
(riven mi the Illi and will be cnlitltd
MIC Tumbler Pure Fruit'.Miles. 7c
Be IK
2 5c hit hirt,'!.' "Queen Olives" . .19c Thorn's Jersey Cracker Dust.6c IK
7c
Thorn's Jersey W-afcr Crackers
CHIIDS1 BEST PFAS 15c CAN.
. Tor many years this brand of
I'eas has been the lavurite of our
most particular patrons. .Small,
lender, uniform peas, with that desirable fresh llavor.
[email protected]>ury Township
2(ic Quality Pound Cake
TO PAV BILLS FOR THE
YEAR OF 1 9 1 4 ,
Chrimitfu T i l t o n o f C o i f s
shot a p h e a s a n t l a s t W e d n e s d a y .
I h d
K J h i
EtLOOM
., made up his mind rik'ht then that he p a r t o f l a s t w e e k a t M i i n a s i i
'wouldn't pay a debt to a man who' I O d w a r d C h a m p l i n ' s h o u s e o n A l a i n
wouldn't speak to him. Judgment for t r e o t "• i s n e a r l y c o m p l e t e d . M r
15c
Childs' Best Stove Polish, .! Wises
10c
POTATOES
ONIONS
The Township Committee of Shrewsbury Township will meet at the
lltinz's
llelnz's
lleh.z's
llciuz's
Swt'el Pickles
Dill i'icl.U'S. ; ,
Sour Pickles
Saner Kraut
7c «|oz.
13c di«.
H e do?.
8c qi.
llcin?>5 Salad Dressiii},'. . ,'. ,14c but.
Finest Ouality Succotash . . . .9c can
Finest Quality Lima lleans.. . 9 c can
10 Candles for
5c I
- . 4 O c 1-2 B u s h e l B a s k e t
4 0 c 1-3 Qwsfrsel B a s k e t
Borough Hall, Red Bank
TI1H C1U1VSAMI1KMUM
MMCKKA
•I'.Mil.K l'I,(IWi:il.
got eighteen! rabbits
squirrels.
John, Ashton and Omar Sickles of
Navosink went Kunninfj- one dny last
week and bagged .sixteen rabbits.
bi'KCliten add heirirs and leaves wber- r^j
oolca of Ked Bank Talw Two Out of
Three Games from Aulmry Parkers. ;
ihtLaoies «( Ked Bank increased ;
y P a r k ¥ 1 « : C h a m i l i o n s h l p Dy D o featlutf A t l a n t i c Hls-lilnnds.
TJm_Aabuix Park,,hijjh sc
a
y\
g
©2 BRQAB STREET. Phone 249 W. REO BANK, N. J.
W h e r e "Voiw Money Go.ee tlr»e F a r t h e s t
n•
.. : ,M«s,,s, w , r ... ,„...,„„ .-.„.« .,f/Thursday, i c e i i e r 3d,
i-lciiinlis a n d leaves o r iiTi'irulnrl.v.
ill
l));1111 t.u'J111y.
.I;"!;INS,
IIniS S
o 1*
;
J>
>
si 1 v ol' ]
s t i c k s , s h a d e j w i i h iiiiliumi ( i r s . T n
A l lp e r u m s h a v i n g - b i l l s o r c l a i m s
m a k e llti>r<-i>• iif(> a s i l v c r v u r n v p a p e i ' :
. , ., .„
,.
, ,,,
a n d s i e u . - i l o r | : i i u i o n t h e s b m l r s t i n y ia t r " " l s t tU<; J o w » s l l l l ' o f - S h r e w s b u r y
at ^'hitt'house. In two days the party
follow:
| the game and Asbury Park's coal line a i u i u u i i Icitvi'< o r s h a p e tlie fniir s i d e i i ' w i l l l i l e a s c p r e s e n t t h e m t o t b e - c l e v k ,
shot (I-') rabbits, 11 pheasants and 10
was in diincer only once (luring the " ' ' " : ' : ' 1 ' s I l : H I - :, i,,:,).!,..,, ,,,,l: leaf,! ( U l ) y V l , 1 . i l i u [ l i „ , , , „ . L l e l ( , J e 1 2 ; : | | )
quail. ^
• [ »i'ii!
y
i."' I iramc. This tame in the third quarter j l i m i n g t h r i l l \\ilti a n t luaiia 1 c o i u r s . A :
John Inker of lielford shot a hare ]\'"- when ilatiser was thrown on the one !^ " a . v o f b l n e r s w c e i l i e r r i . * a i ,..,,-ii : ° c l o t ' k " ' t h e a l t e r n o o n o f t h a t d a y .
at Chapel Hill Tuesday we-isrhinir [jtly
•Jin yard line.
ir.s
111
plali'-. wiih'pl.-i.-c ' - a i d s i » UBII.'II Urn
GEOHGE H . LIPPINCOTT,
thirteen pounds. James Simons and ; linn
Joseph Irons of Port Alonmouth each
caiHllc-shades, coiiipli'icstlicilei-oralivi!1
Township Clerh.
storm-Emlang'cva Building:.
>]1
u[
(rot a hara at Chapel Hill Tlnn-mlay.
''
e.lseiablf.
•
•
The East Packer cottage at Kea- j
Mr. Simnns's hare weighed twelvew . l t
j.Jji bright, now owuc-.l by Jeg:-,e llowlund, j
pounds and Mr. Irony's weighed ten Then
]•.'.] was endan^eied by the heavy seas!
pounds after it was dressed. John Vnlc
111'
i >J : caused by the storm on Hunday. j
Franklin of Port Monmouth shot a
III!
"'•' About Hid feet of land was carried P r o p e r W a y t o S h o w G r a t i t u d e I s D o pheasant at that place last Tuesday
;i:,
away from in front of the house and
and Chalk's liutt of Port .Monmouth
ing Good t o O t h e r s .
:
parts ot the building were tinder- j
shot one Thursday.
Thajiksniviii.u p r c s u i . p u s e s l h a n k f u l mined.
.Mr. Howland bad a huy.e
Amonu1 the West Ked Bank gunners
THKEE HEW
fur.o of men at work Monday morn- ni'ss. O n e i-a iiimi u i v e t h a n k s u n l e s s
who went out last \veek were William
inir ])UttinK up a temporary bulkhead : In; feels Lhaiii. fill, a m i t h i s IVeliu^ i^ a
illE
Francis, who shot four rabbits, a Speeches aiut Eiitartainiiiciit a t Meeting
to protect the property.
.
I '•nil i v a l e d b i i l ' l . A s a n e.\i>rcssinn ol'-,pheasant and two jack rabbits; Henry
sinijiie pi*liui!..-.-: Ii i s n o t ' a n i i i n a l ; ^
l a s t Hlrflu,.
Johnson, who Hot three'rabbits and a
lni-1 a n inliri'il iralr. .Mu.-Ii n i o r e is t h i s
Mi:
and
;U is., Daniel.
\Vilson
of.
Ked
siiuirrel; Klmer ' l)ev,
who'
ftof elu'llt
Zion
ftlothoiliats
Cleni'
$72.
.Mlllll L I , U l l l i e i
i-'t\,
\ \ ,!•> I J U l C l f ^ I l L i , ,
,
, *,,
, .-,
.
,
,
f
l l i e r a - c w h e n w e i-onsider t h e i b a n k s
q ;
i'e
than
-00
persons
attended
a
rabbits and a squirrel;
and Kdward were
Bank initiated
ancUulward
Cross
of
Nutswamp
as members of Shrewst h a t a r e d u e [o a b e n e t i e e n l ( ' r e a t o r .
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.
.
.
.
i r / i i ' n i>\ifiriln< 'iL1 l\ln»)nnVP t\ 1 Si ll 1"O VV i^Deniso,
who
got Lfour ducks.
inuyKranKeof Red Banli last nisht.
New England supper held by /AOW \In a l i a i e u-lii'i. h i M i r h ' s ai-f r o n n t i ' i l -..• :
Dull times are with us. I need "
money and you need slides, so I
have reduced my shoo prices to
suit your pocketbook, as the.
following' items will show:
"THANKS-LIVING."
'
Ceoi'R'elvins of Little Silver, master Methodist church last Wednesday j I - . ' . I - S l l i e < !1 ^ . ' I I S o o f r t ' p l l ' l i o ' l O | . , | l s
of the KraiiRe, cave a report on the re- niirht. About s<2 was cleared.
•
• ai;>l'a.i inn is oflell
fell
which
Inakccent national jrrnnjre mcetinir at WilWoodland Blazes at Everett,
H.--. l i l i m l h i l i i i " e v i . i , \ . l a \". I ' o i n i . u i u p l a i I
DEEDS RECORDED.
mington, Uclaware, which he attended.
, and Vantlerbiu-fi\
l'a\or> Ibal w eenjoy.
.Mala- a lisl o f
James C. Richdale nave a talk on
of Hoal Estate Transfers accorded . i l . o i ' s - i ' l i i i : d - f i n d \ i l a l b o o n s
Fire broke out Friday nitflit in the cover crops, after which a Kr:mi>e sowiih
at rreehold.
woods of Conover Bros, at Everett, ( ciable and entertuinnient of SOUKS and
w h i c h ^yuiir life i s b l e s s e d antl
your
near Chauleg. Brasch's place. James recitations were enjoyed
! The following is a list of deeds re- b e a n w i l l l i e - i n l o : ; l o w w i t h i l i u i i k I ' n l B. Carton and Cecil Jones discovered
JI,. Kichdale will t;ive a talk on . corded in the county clerk's otlice at lio- s.
the fire while on their way home from cover crops and orchard cultivation Freehold for the past week:
It i - n o i l c c l i l e n l
Hull • ' I l i h i k "
anil
Ked Bank in an automobile. They a t a state (,'ninKe ineetinK' at Clarks- : B e d B a n k .
"Ihal'.v"
o . i c I'l-oin
tile s a m e
rool.
awakened the Brasch family. Other > jjU].£ o n Saturday of next week. A
l::illsoli V. II. I I . S I '
Th::nkii-.-h,..••; I s u s u a l l y ilie r e s u l i o f
farmers turned out to fifiht the fire deleRation of Red Hank fsranjrci'K will ' l " l s , $1
II
uhlic^-ia'ss.
I'.ul w e a r e m o r e a p t
I'.'li'l- Kl'iu-li.'r I " IIu r y Kl-'uand the liames were put out after sev- attend.
mi S i i r i m r s t r e e t , « i .
l o h e Hi i : : ; l i ; l e s s a l
I h e f a v o r s I li.tl
eral acres had been burned over.
.'
- . - -^-«.o^- - i
l
.\l. i;. z i n in .- in,•'•!
-M'ri
Daniel Taylor's woods between
c o m e fi-oin C o i l t l i r o i i ^ h I h e w o r k i n g
BEDFORD'S "BUSY CORNER."
'h.i'.'T
l.:iml m ii (Vlitral ;i'
n n i e 'I'IIIIKMIIII t ui KalTellu
Holmdel and Bradevelt caught lire
ol' h i s 1cni-lici'lit l . n v s III:
In.ill
Ills
I mi Kiver s i
Friday afternoon. Several acres were . Just Now is tho BiiBlest Time of All tho
itinli'i-i:;! n i l V t h a t
n c I'min I h e b a m l
hit'
burned over before Mr. Taylor and his Year for Mnkinir Christmas Greens. [.,,. M ; i r i\ , n J .W i l l ] s t r . «>l, Cutliei
SI,!' *'.
" f a I'cM-iv, iii.iii.
SU'Vcnsoii h a s well
Sceley & Osborn's "Busy Corner"
neighbors were able to put the lire out
irlcK I I . lii'iinl
I n Cliiirle.- ai.l;
- K c c i i y o u r e y e s o|n'it I n y o u r
l.aml m i l:h.i-r N t y e t , SI.
by di ' iir trenches
' and' stai'Line,
- back
- - ;; l t lielford is especially busy just now.
I ' l i u r l . s I' , l i t ' i m l s In
cliiirli'S
leeivie^.
'ili:il p a n o f p i e i y i s d e n i a l ,
fi res.
A short time auo .Mr. Sceley went to n i s
on
ir
a n d I h e l,::lll W h o I ' o r ^ e l s l o l i e I l i a l l k The home of Thomas .Martin of Xew Hampshire, where he bought
ury
Township.
uil1
Yamlerburi? was threatened Tuesday a lar£e quantity of princess pine [
I'lll b::-i f a l l e n a s i e c p 111 H I ' e . "
P0BEST TIBES.
Men's $5.00 Bostonians reduced
to $4.25; lace, tan and gun
metal.
Men's $4.50 Postcnians reduced
to $3.85; lace, button, tan and
Ran metal.
Men's $4.00 Bostonians reduced
to $3.35; lace, button, ti\n and
gun metal.
Bostonians are positively up to the minute in style and
wear and cannot be beaten for durability.
Men's $3.00 shoes reduced to $2.50.
A good, strong lino of girls' and boys; schoul shoes reduced 15 cents on .the dollar.
These "pricesffointo effect tomorrow, Thursday, November 19th, and will end December 1st. •
In my repair shop I use the best leather, the latest improved rnltchinery and first class workmen.
'
l
1
1
VERY man
in this town
knows a irood
That is why the
h a s t h e call
everywhere^""
Mild and satisfying to the
last puff. "'
T
1
ami
l.ijiin
nni:]i
of last week by a fire which broke; out bduijlis. The (inn lias about .'!.ri women , . , ,
l.uml mi l i m n s
in a woods near Mr. Martin's place, and boys employed in making the
. »1.
•lames Iliiri^hl. .h1., tn
Pretty much all the male population of i.ounhs ' into lopes and wreaths for
V a n d e r b u r j ! t u r n e d o u ta n d fought cln'i'slmas di-Lwalions. T h e s e wreatlis '•"'•*'•
Jaini-s
U. M u
t h e blaze. T h e y j<ot it out a f t e r w o r k - h a v e " lieen
'
'
' ahead
'
' •
• W
" w
- ' • " " • • ' • I.IUIIWII
ordered
by
I i,j4,.
Vork tiorists and decorators, and they
inii all the afternoon.
I'ark, SI
I'..rial,-. ~ l . n l a t i'iii,' lli-luhltj
Like :;ll the Cum can turn out. The
.lohn
\Y,
Srhinni
I n AUiliael
.1
OinLB' T.O1TO WALK.
vlnplojei's make an average ot J'OO to•J'l ; i ^
I Int. 5 1 .
lion \ai-ds of i-ope a day, and they are
Mirtdletown
T
o
w
n
s
h
i
p
.
Two Monmouth County Girls Make a paid according-' to the amount of work
I'rltx .1. -\l nil.'. I " .hn-i
ntil,'.
'loiii'. 'I'he workers arc mostly resU
Hike of 15C Mllca.
::.->-1ou aci'i'f, s t .
MIHS K a t h r y n C r a l i a m , chief tele- d"iits of llelf'.'i-d and Port Monmouth.
II N o
M i i r y I ' . Iliiii'lii-linV l.i
]>bone o p e r a t o r a t A i k m t i c IIi.e.hlani!s,
11. Lnl. 51.
\ r
OI
t
;m>- In
I'nini
i
and .Mi.-s Helen Kelly ol M a t a w a n
BEHJAMIN BIiOM BACK HOME.
a n - still rc-ciTine; eonp 1'Jitolatioils on
i.rl
Alnve
all.I h e Irue
thanks 'r:i:u.
us
well
;,'i,iiiL;
i n DM wiiril
sonie
ihaiikfiilin.
yon
|ii-;i\ide
Iti-iniiuiii::.
nlie
-
I l i a n k s ^ M inir Is
in H i e deeil
Ihroueh
a
proper
a
lip.
15.V
reason for
your
Uiinlness
millet
fur
nverlbiwiiiLr
y.iur o w n hearl.
o!' I h e h a n d '
o f llie
else
.uralil uile
I ' o r I In
| ' . . i i ! y , !'..:• _, n i i r i i n ! i \ i , l n a l
iiiinon
Ihe
pros-
l i l e s s i n - s . i'oi 1
v. I i i l >-.--: l i i v e lint a s w e l l a s \ \ b n l y o u
li,i\i'.
--in c M - r y i b i n ^
u i \ e tliauks.."--
Kov.
Kiii.i'.-. . 1 . P i l ^ r t i n i
of I'iiW.iiru'li.
I i ..i.-li. 5 1 .
having
u.-cexsfullv completed a 10")1: 111 i 1 >- W i l i.l a n . I l . . . : i n | . i , m . i ' i i i . v I
.
:; I n l - ; . [ I
u s t , §1.
inile bike fioln Ph'ilai!;-I])hia l o Wasli- Colicatcasen Dealer May Opou a Branch
nulu.-- ' 'noli t n 1 1 , - n r v A . I l i ' l l i l r l r U - •
Busiiiosfs at Jacksonville.
imrtun. Tiiey m a d e tin: trip in a little
I i s Ili-l.m ai-ri'S, i \ .
over l i \ c ilii\:- i;nd w;dked f i o m liT to IJfiijnnim lilom, proprietor of a dell ' T U ' i l i ;: , 1 . v . - I n j u n , n t
|. 11>• "
111 mili-^, .i d a y . Mi.ss ( I n i h a m said t h e icatessen store and restaurant at Ked Al.x A , l a i r . :' I « K . S I .
.la u l i S I ' I I I I M I I I - I n • I ' l i i m l n r
I'ank. returned Monday from a busionly fri.i -oiiii' incident of Ibe ju
II' It. l.nl, ?1.
o.TUrii'l \'.bi)e they w i r e in ;m.iriiey ness and pleasure trip to Jacksonville.
I.. .ii N. [', n n i i i ^ l n i i In
mile si ii'I h of woii'd.-.. Ili'i-e t h e i l
Florida. He broiieju back with him I". K
;.' I n l s ;il I l i V i T J ' l : r :•>. 5 1 .
1
lor t ' i A l a r y !•:. ' r i l i i i
rlc I:
met b y a t r a m p wh
i , , • ' r i several curiosities, amoiiR them beinir
i-'-s. ? l .
' U u ! n " " I a n oranife t r e e b l a n c h full of f r u i t a n d
i - l i a i h I i . H i leir
t o A l a n - I''. I i l l M
.7:\\"'..;
Kiape
ape fruit, • " i i . l . u i i ' l a l t u , I ' l i B l l " l ! ; l t " , S I .
bun. w'lii'i w a s t h e la.-t of
their I-'.!!
food ^-vcral
J IV)' 1 ']'' • specimens of Hi
William I-'.
ll
orida, Mr. Blom enjoyed a
re In M a r y K ' I ' i l l o l i ' o
Mi|ipl\. and be wenl mi b i s w a y . T b e v
° ln
l.nl. * 1 .
.- i sail on St. Johns river, which is full
had ulbcv novel experiences b u
William I
tn . M a r y 10 T i l l o l s i i n .
i.f hiliil,
lioth ; a i d t h e bike iva: an m j I,]",.'"f alligators ami other interestiim
11,.
i I ' M u ' i m I \l \ '
1!,.|'KIT.
sights. Mr. Blom may open a branch
trip.
inoiilh, $ 1 .
cit.'i a l r u n
business at .lacksonville.
( I X . 11 l . i
I'aul
V.
UKllSllllr
r
.Miami
AOBD DOCTOR DEAD.
HlKliboiilM,
'i'll. f. I " ! '
Siilm Pltaila No Ouilty.
I \ ' . n'N.'ll
t u I'Mivanl l l a
J. Jnckuoii ul" Muta
l-'iiie^t Sulin, Jr.. who shot and
e a r A t l a n t i c Il l K l i l a l l i l s , f i n
uiiilm t o ApuplQ}[v.
kilk-il Albert Uuevcs last August and Atlantic I
Dr. Andrew .I. Jaclisnii of .Matawan,; who lyas indicted for murder by the I'litherin l l y i i
uirrd 7'J \ . ars, died last nii'jit of api>-i picsi'iit jcraiidjury, pleudcd not. ;>uilty :•.".• Imi arijilcxy, with which lie w a s stricken j l a s t I'Ydiay m o r n i n g , when h e w a s a r - :d i t o n t o w n T o v n t
S u n d a y iiiDrninpr.
He bad j i i a - t i s e d j nii|;ne(l b e f o r e Jud|;i' Kiilipch.
The i W i l l i a m
I'1. I
mediciii
lni'dicine a t .Matawan VI years a n d h a d \ ,\;Xu> i'or t h e t r i a l wiis n u t fixed. J o s e p h I ' a i i ^ l ' . r . :; I . i i r i
in m i . ; i .
II.een a ili,,'tur fifty yi-ai-s.
AllH-ll.-i K . . M . J i
l i e leaves ' Keilly a n d J o h n H. A|iiili'i;ati', .i r., a r e;
a widow. H i ' w a s a Masini a n d b e w a s i i ' i m n s e l l o r .Salni.
Siilin w a s chiuif- I r . . . - | i ; i i l e l l a l
1'owunhip.
mi'inber of several other f r a t e r n a l ' feiir f u r Kiumund E i s n e r of Kud Uiink
i- W . C I - I I ^ I I n .'
order
!•:. . 1 . l i . ' l l l y
The l u n e r a l will be held Kri-1; 1 ,,,| he olniin.s t h a t he s h o t Reeves only
1 Ki'Minit. ? l .
dav iil'lei noon at tinal th
f
R
h attemptedd to cuthhim
i
aflei"
Reeves
liad
.- W . I ' M . . - ' - I n II
•
VIIIIII,MII"I1
Matawan Preshyterian church.
Kiv|,i,il, S I .
with a rav.or.
WHY HE DOES IT.
of
•I-THE TRUE THANKSGIVING.
X
•j- By Rev. l>i. JOSpPII IC'I'.AUSKOPI- of
Jnmes Cooper, Jr., Gives Reasons for
Selling at Half-Price
"It i.sn't often th;lt I have faith
unoitKh in the iiii'divincs put up by
other people to be willing to olt'er to
refund the money if it docs not cure,"
said Dnitt'.n'ist .IIUJKH Cooper, J r . , to
one of his many custonit'i's, "lull I am
Khul to si'll Dr. HowanlV, spcL'ifi:1 for
the vuvv of eoMstipntiuii and dyspi'p.-ia
on tlmt lih'.n.
"'Hie I>r. Howard Co., in order U>
Ket a (]uiL'l\ introdiu'tory sale, aulliorized me to sell the regular (ifty-vi'iiL
Imtlle of their sjJOL'ilit* for half prife,
"J."i rentK, and although I have stild a
lot of it, and jumninteed every paL'K;i(i(.\ -not one h;is hciMi lirouirht back ua
u Msalisfavt ury.
"I am sLill selling Llie Kp*-?ifi'/ :it
half pii'jc, aUlutu^h I cannot tell how
lonjr ! .-liall lie able to do so. Any person wlio is subjt.et to constipation,
y.h-k liejuhuhi', dizv.iness, liver trouble.;,
indigestion 01 a jff'tHJi'al played-out
coiulilion t ovi^lit to tal;e advauta(,rt! of
this opportunity, If the MJH!'J!1K' does
t)ot etMe thi-in, they can eopie rifrlit
bael; to my store and 1 will cheerfully
refund their money.*1
-jIt is well t b a t o u r f a t b e r s in[t* stitntcct tlie d a y of T h a n k s g i v ing, on which t o bo niiulo c o n v scious of tho c o u n t l e s s blessings
V t h a t s u r r o u n d e d t h e m a n d of
'J* their many obligations to rcnY der praise and thanksgiving to
J, the iiuthor of them all. In rc•!• turn for God's mercy wo should
£ think of those in,our midst not
X so bicssecl as we and give thorn
>{* also
opportunity
for being
';" thankful and for rejoicing. Tho
X. truly grateful feels that Goil
•!• (loco not lavish h i s blessings
i* upon t h o e a r t h go t h a t a few
.{. m a y enjoy a g r e a t a b u n d a n c e
+ while others live in w a n t . I t i s
T wrong for one t o onjoy t h e feast
>\ and for another t o e n d u r e t h e
•[• fast.
,'#
T h e truest j o y i s t h a t which
•j- springs from bringing joy t o
"I* others. Tho truest gratitude is
Surely use Hyomci; i t q u i d i l y cleurs
X in that act which m'vea to othors
I" i
I ;nJI C u l i b i n i i i l l
ill
Mill'll.
! the heiul, stopn tlio (lisaKn'i'iibli' imsal
I . . I s a I K e v p o r l , f\.
y the opportunity for being grateAtlantic Highlands
i £imokci'.
Dhootinir Match at Oceanpoit.
dischur^oK, .sootlies mul heals tho inv A l .K n l M l l i i r I n I>[• 1l l i . i : l i l l l n l
Y ful. The trtuc!>t wealth is that
I K . • i i n i i l i i u c ICan.I
Ilanied lininir of air pit.ssiifccn - you
Fire company No. 1 of Atlantic I A tihoot. a t clay birds ami larncts i
. si.
.1. which kindness stores up in the
. ' j : a r . ' l I-:. I ' l - t i ' l . i- t
u
foel liottor n t once.
i
.liilin
W
lllKliliindh |:ave a smoker b u t Wuillic.'i- \ f"i' a pie;, turkeys anil chickens will be
I. ii).I m i H I M ; I
Y heart of the aorrowiny ami sufAVIu'n yotir noHtriln are t'lojaced, you
day nijflit a t the truokhouiie on CtMiter i ht-ld on the Park hotel grounds at
ill.ml
I ' " ,1.1
' " Y feriny. Our noblest acquisitions
sulfer with dull lieiulnrhoK, or hnvc
I,.>I
moraine
at
t,.,riii;,
aavenue
v e n u e to
t o fire company
( o n i p a n y No.
N o . 'J.
J . About
A b o u t [ Oconnport
O . o n n p o r t on
o n ThanksKivinfv
ThanksKivinfv m
o r n i n g i \\ tiilum A I . \ m l .
.'. live only in our charity. -..
t
h
a
t I'liii.'itant frof; in th« tliruiit,
fifty
truest!! w e r e p r e s e n t , i n r l i i d i n K M i n d e r t h e d i r e i ' t i o n o f H e n j a m i u V. • ' • " ; ' ' ' . ' ' ; " •
Hyoinoi is thfl remedy tlilit will j;ive
M a y o r ..Tulm H . V a n 11 a t e r .
'('he|l.ane.
T h e r e will ahsn b e a )«,>.inK ' ,,,,,) V,i\v',".!'
r.iiiiii. * i .
l
the ((iiickoHt, most nlTective nud luntm a y o r , W a l t e r K o b c r t s , ehie.f o f fire | n i a t i ' b b e t w e e n blindf<ild< d n i e n f o r a
K.nn.i.tufj
in|; relief piHinible- it. I W H ri(,'ht t»
i-aiiKlililit III
company Mo. 1, and othcrii mad<- ;Jiort \ turkey
Givo Thanks!
SI.
the caiiK<! of tlio troulilo and qilicMy
•C!!se:i. IMu.'uc was furnished by a
K.nll
ral.i. i ; . » l I n r « i n a l s o w h i l e a m i Mvoel
«nds your
iniaery.
You juinply
Ilau
Hank orchestra anil llie smoker
l l . m i I I . Hull. l.nt al
nf „ iii.1i
I . ,' . i nl . i , a :
liri'iitlie llyotnci IIHUIK the Hiniill ind about midnight.
l , i i .• i : . , i l f u r j i ' l l . i i v • • m i H l l l i u h i i ' l i h i ;
A dance under Ibe direi-tioji of tlie
lialer that camlet! with ev«ry complct«
1
i ' " i l l l M . . \ . n r l i l i.-i I ' . - i l :
women's auxiliary of Weslsidt lire j Annul \ \ . UlkAlhi
i . i i i ' Cii'l mr ll^li aiel 1!>':'I| ami lu<vl h' out lit.
rom£@@n ifsw uibH.
ll' IIIII
company wan held at Mrs. I M e r .1.
1.1.II, l l ' .
II ,M.>
Ilyomui iniiiutdiulely reaches nil the
r..
j.ust week fourteen new I'Jlk;; joined (JhdesnnY. on ('lintoii
place
lust ..I II IIII. »l.
llll-I|
ruw and inllanu'i! tiffiucii liniiijt t h e
the 1.OHU Ilraneli lod|:e.
The new j Thnrwluy
lit.
Aboiil ?!'.! was
now
and thront, drivinirout the poisonitBlil]'.
reehold To
iniiDllici'H coiwiift of TliAiniiH Kdwin i cleared.
I'lit I-,' i;,,il lu
'j; HtiM.' <•( I,
ous seci-dtions mid lnaliiiR tho fifnis
M i III V I ' .'
• • Kin
r lip.
il
III'.Ill
•Icffriex, freeholder; Alfred II. Ohien,!
" -»••illlMT
. 11 nil
Kpota- -dull
hiiiiilaclies
vuninli- -you
il
II,.'
li'Hlll
llunry llerhert, Amzi »S. Dodd, (ieorce '
' ' " " " " SM »»uk«r B»ail.
Kuilim
'I'IIOIIII
Incatlie fri'i'ly. Kven the worst ruKvn
>IMI II Il.•lit."
lillHIli...
L'li-IOil
S. Covert, Clinrlcii UUIIKUII, F. W. j Samuel M. Ciiiint of llraiiley lieaeh,
luspond (|uii-kly. It in iinponHihle t o
. , l I n i ' i ' l lt l i
Sj)riii(ie»', H. B . Kpfirlciiton, Harry j Cornici'Iy nf llvil lismk, ,lied at hi:
Wowartily.
uffc llyomri ami not he immediately
VIII|,| K f u l l
I.i . . r , : . • . I n ,
1-111. :•
Bolte, I*. J . Devlin, Oharli'ii A. Wunon, j home yei-.t.'tday of lirifht's «li.teate
h f U l
,.!. .lil.i i - l i l ' < r . l , n i l ,
l-il.
.
"
i
Iliirtn
ill' IIIIIII,
Hoi ZCIIM, A. 11. Conine and Fred W. ! He wai'i 7:i yearn old, and lenven a wife
-, i l ' . - l i ' i l . i l l y I n • u . l .
nu'i can be hud froiti
jianl
v , c, I
i niid four cliildrrii.
r.jHiiiil K
j <.5<
', Jr., mul i» way
trnr'ti* o|' liinil.
W. Front Street
05 bales arrived today.' This is the largest shipment I will receive from Alexander Smith & Sons'
Auction Sale.
These are all fresh goods, right out of the loom.
There ARE ;i great many people advertising^
Alexander Smith & Sons' Famous Rugs and who
claim to have bought them at this sale, th.it never
bought a Rug there.
These goods are on sale now. All in the popular sizes, ranging from 4 feet G inches x G feet
(i inches to 12 feet xl5 feet. Every Rug will be
guaranteed and will be a saving of 331-3 per cent less
than you can get from any other house selling this
class of goods. .
The Register's army of 27,000 readers arcconstantly looking for bargains. Tell them what
you have in a Register, advertisement.
THE
8.
FOR O i K f S CABOS.
Bessie and Her
sgiving
ITi'LIS BeHslo Gray looked up tp>m
her utory book with a t^lgb, and
By JEAN DOUGLAS.
1
Hit end »C Mi)|ilo street stood a
lovely white li«w»u vvltli frei'ii
sliutkuu. Tlilu mu! tlib Uptna at
Mlat I'eiistopB S e m i t e the lust
s i uu honored tuiil loved fiiriilly immliciftl nitiuiiK tiiv firm Huttlem of tJonJS^S-II War Koiiu! twenty year*) i4io find
M»t-H—Vf itli Anne naruoH, her rauli), it
£$t% ct'iulii nt of tliiiMi) vvlm hut! Hprvoil
-Jiso uriKtimt Reiiipi™-—In tins hinisi! uf
pprapriats OesiQUli [email protected] to Land
fisLVor to TbsnH©Q»vin9 Espisst,
SB Blie looked up HIIO caught tliti
refleetlaii of her fuee In u mlri' over U»a tabio ond Bliihud ngali!.
"Oh, Ucai'! If I were only Blender
ind gracefti! and it groirn up young
ady tir u princess iind lived In a palce and had heapa ef money and could
.'nrry liuncbia of (lowers to sick peole! But hero I nm, iiotldng but lirail« fJiuy— short, xtaut and Iiomely,
ivltu a broad face und a wide mouth
md not exactly poor, but then I havo
o worlt rather hard for ii llttlo girl, and
as (or tho troubles of tills world, oaniaow 1 don't feel BO badly ubout them
H I ought to, or elwo tho people around
lern don't linvu imy to speitk of."
your rlioneo," said a llttl<!
volpe. Where did It come
'mm'l There WIIH liotliliiu In Hlght hut
/ heap of puiupl<lu:i on n board jnal;
iiitrildo the window and a little colored
[Irl paistiliiK Uie garden I'once, .lenntily
:)nd null ijhlverlng In tho cold November mmshlno. All Hint lli'ssie know of
lier 3VHH Unit her nunio v/au Poppy,
mid Blia belonged to :i family that were
very BhU'tloMH, it appcunid, from tlieii
unwllllngiii'HB to work /and their Igno
unt waya of doing the Illtle tlie>
could do,
Our Ten-Dollar Suits and Overcoats have made a wonderful difference in our
sales, because we give the Best Values of any store in town.
We are $5.00 less on a $15.00 Suit or an Overcoat than the Big Profit Stores,
There's a.reason for everything.
You can buy a handsome Christmas gift for some member of your family with I
the $5.00 you save on each purchase here.
I
MI
12 West Wr&nl Street,
Carry
lay
lanton
Patterns
6
'FOIi VOC nAVK OAB^'ED Till! PIUII'KINK
TIIAT MAKE TIIE OOtiDKN 1'IIIS."
curloyily WJIH fully aroUMOil
m
*
But who'o *hio in the background
So modeat hides from view?
Coma forward, mothor worker,
And tako what io your duol
Lot father carve tho turkey.
Yours bo tho greater prize,
For you hnvo carved the pumpkitlB
That matte the golden pies-
lo her now. "Help me down," it-HQIII
And lliioolo'ti moutli opened wider thin
„ • forefathers, and nuiie Imt the old- ever As Hhc mwv the lopmoBt iminpUln
Kit inhabitants could recall, the tfinca of the pile at her aide moving-Itself
iwlscn tiio faintly constated of Ji
without aid of htmdK. She took holiH
Soel Semplc, hla wife Elizabeth nm)of
theita
heavioat
of the
lot, .siteItscarcely
stem, and,
although
was onefell
of
chllilmn, Hlchard, Penelope and UH weight a t nil.
SSartun, The son wan « blttcf dl
'Curry mo In," suld the voleo agnti
pointmoiit to tho judge, becaune be re- iwotlngly.
to study law aiid succeed htn HesHle bud not bollovcd tier owu ears
in that Iionornulo profession,
now. A piinipUlu talking! That
had endowed him vitli a talent until
more wonderful than Aesop's fu
for reproducing her beauties, and In was
truly, Btit why shouldn't It snonlc
srorehip&i before the shrine of Apolli hies,
UH well us Ilia hrainhleK und oaU trees
in preference to Hint ot the wlao Atb :ind
brans
kettles? Ho she tni'ued the
sue. Aa u result ho quarreled Tvltli thi
tiling over upon itu KIIII: and roll
lodge and dnpnrteil for Europe. Woteil It, or,
let It roll itself, up
•cvorul years he coinuvuuicutcd wltli sleps intorather,
the kHcheu.
ycncloije, but Ilnully hln letters neweil
"I'ook mi!," salu Ilie Illlk1, panting
to arrive.
^iiieaklni; vnlcu iiKalit. "Cook me.
The geutlo mother succumbed to an ilnst then her mot her camn in. "Moth
altnt'U of [ineumoulu and was followed i1!-. play I niiikc some pumpkin plesV
, ja year later by her younGcr daughter alii KcMsii'i..
' Shortly nfterward tlie }udge was <lls
•'\"\'e!l, i ilon'i care,'' \vns the ausWe
{covered, dead la Ms otU'ie, a.victiiit.fi 1'il'llii'
inisy wiinian. "None of us seoin
'apoplexy, and I'unelonc WUH left to ftu In lie so
very I'uiiil of them, hut you em
»^vrtcd every effort to locate liei
ibrotlier, only to.espnrlouee failure.
i In the days when there .wero man:
touches to the family tree it waa th
>nistaii> for tho Somplra tiS assemble ill
''Slim homo of the Judge for 'I'liiinUsglving. Kluro the taiih of her pnrentf
jMiSH l'onolope liontiimcil to throw opei
• the lnmpltalilo doorft of till) while housi
. ior ThunltKglvIiig relelimtlon.
, For Ihii'tivpiitlntli limn she waited i
tlmppy anticipation the arrival of th
• iodvanci- guest,- HOT eyes swept wit
^
A great tlcul i>C the success of a dlaicr party depends uptrn the place
By CHARLES N. LURIG.
rdH, nlthouKU they are apparently ti
V-TiiEU father carves the turkey
ry iiuiali tletail of tbu taV>le.
'Ti» then i w t scints iri'e,
But fihy womim wlio vutcrthliiH a ty
ood deal known (hut (Mulnt or uu- Throuch noses and through eyes.
iisual favoi-H anil cards coll forth t'eural enthusiasm und interest among Then father holdt. thu center
he gticsilH and ulve a topic of conver- Of Ydnkocdom'8 broad stage;
iatlon wliicli lends icordiality to the Me ctantlo tbera like a hero
filon, when '*th<rwlK0 there would Of ancient linesso.
IO a Htltlfut'HH and awkwardnessfitthe
iturt wlilch It would be somewhat dlficillt to overthrow.
'riiiinkKgivInK is usually the time for
I family reunion, and Biuco families
neot togetlier upon mich dcaiBloua year
fter year It In eHiiecially lijij'iortant to
utrodiu1^ aw much novelty In tho table
itself OH poHsihle.
Silhouette pictures, used for place
•ardu, form interesting and acceptable
accessories fur tho table. These, out.Ineii and filled in isolldly l'u black,
aiay luko the shapes of turkcyn,
'HiuipkiiiH, pics, wlshlmnes, etc. Part of
I ho diislcu may be left white, if doilrert, for tbu writhiif of the uniiip, or
:1IB (illhoui'ttc deslKii liniy^ be pasted
Sho went out uud .stood upon tho dooi
ulep. The colored ehllil was out. of
sight, and everything . wiis Htlll lint
tho wind, nnd that hnrdly whispered
through the tailless bougba of the pimT
trees. Iiut tUere wus the voice, close
'aifc alone hi tho lurg* whits IIOUBU. .fh
Page fifteen.
Let's All'Give Thanks
to Mother!
Itul it could not ho this little fc'irl
who npoke. She WUM hurrying on with
uut turning u. glauco toward the house,
eager, no doubt, to reach her miserable
Rheller from Iho cold.
"TEIil. MB THAT I AM WliMOME.
REGISTER.
ninti.'h, w e l l liiiliired, S k i i i n o r ' s siiliu litii'd,
ol' t h e n e w c s l . . i i i u l i ' t ' i i i l , l i i t e s l s h a d e s .
ilesireil
Why Should America Havo Monopoly
of tho Holiday?
Him being the Thonkuiiivins season,
it should be tlie proper time lo usk why
Ihe linked States of America ban a
monopoly on the celebration of a day
»f Ih.inks to the supreme Giver for the
blessings he lias conferred.
Why is there not a day of universal
TABLE PLC.ORATED FOR HIANHSIHVINO.
thanks, when lill the civilized nations
on n plain wliito enrd. A card which of the earth could get toKcther for one
is generally liked and used lor such pur- day ana proffer their tluiaks for the
poses measures 2% by 4% inches, and lilcssiiiKs they have received'.' Hvcry
muy bo purcliased at tho stationer's, i civilized nation recognizes a supreme
A pnir of scissors and a jar of paste, lluler and Author of all yoiiil. and Chrisuud, presto, Jn u few inlnutes you have tian, .lew, Mohiiuitneilan. Huiklliist am
u novelty in pluco curds which will ho Confucian could unite I'm- one ilny'11
sure to delight yonr guests,
' least in the' brotherhood uf thankful
You do nut ne«d to be an artist to ucss.
*
carry-.out silhouette- designs.- it you
It would lie a beautiful idou If wi
ileslrc.-yyu may easily outline any pic- in America who instituted this day o
make them jf you'll mily promise t<» g<: tUro.on tissue paper and ti'arisfet' it by thanks could pass Its spirit all urnunil
:cniooji paper in.ftS;ettrd und then till in till! world.and know that on this duy.
itiini'hiiily to eat iliOiit."
4I10-outline afterwui'd by lneaiis of n
Hut the pampkln liesiiu loHiiuenlf In Hue ciunel's hair brush.nnd h bottle of when we pause-a while to oll'ei' thank!:
patiently: "Cut mi' up! Cut me up!' indln ink; Sumn little cnreinust lio every oilier nation was doia^ tbo.sanie
And liessie obeyed without iu<l«fr'in!< eierelsed in making u iirin outllrio.aud That would be a unity which lias never yet lieeii'attiiiueil, but nf which no
IH'li'i'iniiiei! to have her pit's a s nii:e.-.n • itPI'lyliii? the Ink smoothly, for tlie[
ttie.\' coitlii lie luiiili1, she puinvil nut lie liouette iiiust. necessarily rely oj< itsmini of any faith i-nii give any n
and siillieieul reason for its nonexist
Uiilk, Ktlrli',1 in sp'n.'t! illlil sweeteain ioiliiiuo for diameter
before Hie fragile, cruy clail woman.
Tlie y e a n i-oll.il from her Hliiiiildem
• l l h i ' r!iliiili'ii|i>i f r m n a w i n d o w a n i l ,
clllK|iiii;; t l i e h o j I n t i e r , NIKI i - r l i i l ,
•"Uli.'lt, my mvn Hick!"
"Not IHHt, Aunt. IVui'lope. lint Dirk's
IHOII. Homily lulil uu' nf my fondly hml.
SMOHtli lii'l'iin1 hi1 died nnil InslHlcd tlmt
,.I ivnt'li lien: I'nr 'I'liankM-nvliift. r a t h e r
diiKi'illii'il this neeni' so vlvhlly that
•when tlin ititiii ii|n>nuil I fenreil Hint It
B>l|;lit nut |n> real, 'fell me Hint it ia
1
#ml thai I nm ui'li'iiiui'."
Dr. Selll|ili> lihli'i'd il I'linlr. Ill I hi! left
©f I'i'iurli'pi''M Tor tho ni'W 1'inmit mem
.-•iwr-of-tlKMiltl Wmplo ruinlly. - • •
The arrcstcil loiml WIIH coiiipMt'il,
^Sf! when they wore nil repealed i*eiii'l^|se iu«sio unit, placliii; n hanii lovingly
«n. tlie linl'M MlnnildWi iiddri'itneil her
Dud1!!) of Hiniiliiyn,
<in I.DIIB'
IHIIIIUI,
• 111 t h e laxi ilny ul' .luiii', HltW, illriM-ltni» |
tho Itli .ilny nf J u l y 1'nlliiwlUK I " hi! lit) I
miU'il JIH a ihiy ul' llianUHRlviiiif, In1
"I tuii?<» isnii-h very imich tit tie 1'iiiine nmoiijr nllu.c ihlnwi lln> Kmdliih
to
tlmiihfnl fur. Mj IM> k ban ri'tiiiiii-d. hail liwir ilcfeali'il hi tln'lr attempt
v
»#t n« ft htoltiii, Imt «« n mm. for IIH tisl.e puiioc thin i f tin. \*hol< of I.Hiu,
l^litiii! h y llii' Umfly nriHiii vf a JJut'li
• a r i l t dliall lova ItiBi. Wliiit n lietivmi
ll^t't wf lirmt'il hhipa Iu Ihe ISuy of X*nv
«B)f dt^lltiint, jotx* will lji» witU hint t«
iiiis|<'i-(l,i(ii. V.nv Viirit."
Big Reduction in Children's Coats.
$2.OS li''ay\ rliinchillii coats, $1.98.
•$2,08 rain coals ami rain rapes, $1.49.
$2.08 rorilumy coals, all sliiidcs, $1.98.
We I'.at'i'y (lie most conipli'le selection of
all the latesl materials and shades of t -11 i 1—
(h'on'.s eoats, fi'iim li to l'> years, from $2.98
to $5.98.
Ladies' 50c. Underwear, 3 5 c ; 3 for $1.
In, pure while IOgy|itian rntl.nu, heavy
l l e e c e . ill I ' O g n l i i r a m i e x d ' a s i z i ' s .
Mermle
imilei'wt'iir,
lleecc
lirn'il
p l a i n , 4 9 c . :i «?•:«i-mt*111.
Union suils, 9 8 c .
iinil
Children's Ribbed Underwear, 19c.
Kxtrti h e a v y i|i!ulil>'. l l e o c e lim'il T i v n l i
l i m i t s i n i c l e r w c i i i ' , f u r b i l l i e s m i l l c h i l i l r e i l . ill
w h i t e i n 1 K r ; | v . a l l s i / , c ^ , nl, r e l l i i e e i l p i i r r s .
wiih
l l l h e r s
liell.
e.H'ei'l,
lim~l
t i p I n $ 6 . 9 8 .
o
E x l i ' i l l i c ; i v y I l i i i m e l , tn'iil s l | - i | i e s ,
(i t o l ( i y o u r s .
C h i l d r e n ' s l l a n n e l nigiil
drawers,
2 In I I years, 2 5 c , 3 9 c .
n | > o s , • -111
©
Ladies' $3 Kid Gloves, 79c.
l i n | i i i r l i ' i l H'bu.T k i l l g l o v i ' s , w h i l e . I n n MIHI
hlni'k. '
SI.5(1 kid g l o v e s . $ 1 .
l . a m l i s k i n g l o v e s , sp.'iiv I m r k ; a l s n r n p e
nnil siicdi.1 K'l'"'''^.
* :"-•
o
©
69c. Baby Wool Draw Leggings, 44c.
l/iulies 1 (i'Je. l l a n n e l k i n i i i n a s , 4 4 c .
Huhie-.' s |./,.j I,;((li riibes, OSc. :
S l . ^ o (.'idiTilowii ciii'riiigt 1 c o v e i ' s , 7 9 c .
f.
6
Ladies' $10 Rain Coats, $4.98.
•Maile
o f
HUi'l'iinlei'il
exIiM.
liciivy
w.ili'rpioiif,
iloulile
i n £vn\,
navv.
lexlui-i-.
iiinslnnl a m i
'
R. & G. and Thompson Corsets, 69c.
In
high
in1l i i w hn.J, willi
I'OIM' l i n > c s u p
Roads Lead To The Home of Clean
A Most Extraordinary
Canine Training
By The Prince of Animal Educators,
lii>
W h o W i l l Introdt.Ti.itce Mis F'sunciQuis R e t s
And The Usual Feature Photoplay Program
I'll
Including, Every Friday,
The Interest Compellm};- Serial
&.
THE TREY ©'HEARTS"
PUUX.XC ITOXXf V,
l.-i
IliTi-l \
1
t
I1
II O l 1 1 1 1
iMMiim ( 1)
1
flli"!I.'-
111
tilxl h\ 1
nun IU
fai'tor i n i h e IIIHM p r b ' e uf tlielr m e a l
mill Ilii-1t- Ri'ini ini; w-airlly.
A Thunkaglvinij Wish.
Thaiiha»uivin(( a Dual H o l i d a y .
V1> wltili mi'i-yhody Kiioil I'hi't-r, n
'rinillU',fjll ill/^ In Hie mm liollilny tlu
(Illrly whetU-l! HIUH'Utl', Vlji«VOUH llijJlMciuiilillieH lelJKiiMi mill I'ltlvlollKlit. N\
tlnu Ota! SI pb.-n^'^U iminlnn u f t l l e M'-ut
Mhoulil t r y t o iinpicvui o n ilio clilM eiic
li'i'Ml nieuilii'm of t h e family.
Frum
'I'liiinkfi^lvliiff holli it f e e l h u ; uf Iliiin
Ihe tulterluir uraiiilfathm- tu Ilio t u l t e r
fullieMi f o r IIIH mvii lilefinlugo mill
Ilu: SMtby, 11 plcii-aiiit TliiitikM^lvliig tn
fueling iif lilnh i m h l i i t l e jir|ili>.
sill!
- w e a l e r s ,
sh.nles.
For inis.ses mid small wumeii, iii vurioiie Ladies' 69c, Flannel Gowns, 44c.
Made uf heavy liunnel, neiit, s
rlotlis iiiKJ latest styles, cxi-eptiuiiiilly g(nn\
full size.
values, sizes IA to Wi.
o n I l i e ;*\va.WiiK l l i n b H a m i sM-eniiiiKly
iM't'flle.sH o f r u i n o r i-<ilti. K i l l p u t t l i i - m
One Th inktiotvinn an July 4:
I In a \ v a i - n ) IMIIIHI 1 o r i u 11 r i a m p i ' i l y a r d
Aiviinlim; In Cjibrb.l I-'mnnin. "llm'- I 11ml t h i - y i l n n u t t h r i v e . S n l l i r illlil
I'l'iim*. 1'i-ti-r yi.uyvvMiiut iniiili! a IIIIIII- l i i l l y tit' r a i n i n g l l u ' i u IUIM t i e c i i a l a r ^ o
in ilii- <lin 11 ii (Itoi'oriui'il
w o o l
§8 and §10 Coats, §5.98.
Fnat Instead of Foast.
'rliankdijlvlni,' day, ISliO, rnci n iiiemii- ^
rnlilo event In the llnlleil Htiilcs. li-roin
ninny a |uil|>ll tluil duy fell u wnralii)'
that tibneKutiiiii lit'fuic <iod WIIK mom
lit tluin the maial eiijoymenlfi of llm
»•< A l'lllll,i:V P.1I1M.
duy. So "widely did (hit inipri'SHloii
1
prevail ttuit President r.iiclianiin WIL-I p i r n a m i i l i | . i u ' n i i l l n r l i i i i l l . y e l IT I t ' f t
u|i|iealcd to liy tissorlntlons nnd vnrl' In n a n i l e r t u n y i u i m ; a n - Ulllcil b y w e t
oii!i pernons to appoint II snecliil ihty of (,'IIIHII a m i v i M ' i n l h , Tlii>y i l u n u t lllii> t n
fiifiliiijK iiinl pinyei' lo avert the dieiid l-ii.isi l a a biMiw- III;., i-liii-ki-nii, t a i l p n .
ed cuinini; of civil wnr. l i e yleliled In I'er I n s i t I n m « ' H 1111 t h e liimi!li!i n l ' t a l l
llu< rci|iii*t, imrt Kriili!,)-, ,fntt. -1, IHiH, ti'i'i-H. ICvt'ii I n H1 t u r i i i H a m i b l i z z a r d s
t h e y s i t i M i b n l y at- , i l r t i l i l n p i M r h i ' i l h l ^ h
w set aimrt to thnl yut'piMe.
iimiili'iitliia
All
"f.
'6
Children's 69c. Flannel Pajamas, 44c.
M a d e ol' hwivy l i o u c l e , niixl.tii'fis, a s l t ' a I ' h a n s m i d z i l i e l i n e s , " gmid iissoi'tineiil- of
s t y l e s :nifl s l i a d e s .
p i t , " h e Hiilil a l i n p l y , a n i l w a d UHlieieil
t o t i n ; liuly'K I'lmlr.
Iit v liowitl low o v e r lii'i- h a n d m i d
&liiMi!il II. l i n n HtiHul tall a n i l iilnil|;lil.
-'
Ladies' $3 Sweaters, $1.98.
Ladies' $10 and $12 Coats, $6.98.
A WORLD THANKSGIVING.
anil math' tlie .cnu.l ll^'lit. wiaiilciHij
ence. •
while slip rol'li'd i): out who would c:i
There is absolutely no in-giiinen
the pies when they were itnni'.
TURKEY' BECOMING EXTINCT. against a ilny of 1111 i v i-i-sal thanks, and
lillt Hie |«' : l kin Inlil her as it boil.
i.C unybody-.Ii'W m- cenlile—can obji t
In Ibi" kvttl - uu lonp't-'wilh that lo
We'll Have to Find Arjothoq Ccntor- [ 10 it. 1 slioulit like l " know tlio natuii
sipic.-ik. hut wllb a ileep, unisicid run:
ot Ills objection. The feeling uf grati
pieco F o r Thanltsgiving Dinnors.
! nil nppreciiilivi! /jluiic-o t h o eiindlostlcli
hie, as If lui!!4hiii^ wifb joy u\'t'i'.l
It is 11 snil fact In state, bill if t h o fulness is a common liorltuKe o£ man
i 'anil old fiiinily pinto sliinliu; with new
own rat('--"l^lin-k I'nppy's piM>iik'; ttla'
trulli nnfst lie tnld it looks very m u c h l;ind, ami, as it is. why should ma,i
!ily ueiiulreii briKlitneHs, t h e I'lit j^liif
I't'Pli.v's iicoplc." Ami wily :jhiiU](ln't
as if the (irea Ainoriniii Inrlii'.v, llm \ l.inil lmsitiil-c lo ln'i-m 10 11 unit in iN
• idecnuter.-i mid the dnalli'SH-iiinhodiiii
puiapkii'i ri'.joli'i' hi ihe sai'i'llk-e of-il center of o a r ' i!niks{;ivin:-; fpstlv.itlrs, iii'kiio\vU>il«iiiriif.- W can h a v e wolld
•Muriiltnre ready f<ir the UIIIITOW'H I'MHI
own life for ii lienevnlenl purpnseV
u-lil i-oiiKi'essiw. win Id
ttill-ufter lint many years 1
miens ex;
Tim linnrkcr Munitioned h e r lo On "^ And Itcssle liei'.-u-ir, \\hcn KIH.1 carrie
'liui-l a s t h e auk, says llu> WasilliiKt'm KOcU'lies, world trihuimls, so why not a
/ d o u r , unit, U n w i n d II; open, I'oiielopi
(In* pieH In r^iippy'i; u lelfheil liniili1, Star. Aceoriliii'r V11 I lit- census in lSlit). world T b a n k s - U in^ ilay V-\V. .T. Tamil"
• Breoterfhoremifiiii nnd hi-iwife, Krln
havlii!; Hist set one aside in Ihe cup- llui n u m b e r of l i n k c y s ( h a t year w a s Ion in Letter to .New York World,
, tlmt timi! nu nulll lnti: ov.-nliitf t.li
board tlmt'lii-T niolhi'i1 niljdit «ee II).it Ili.00y.0fl0. Tlie population a t thai time
• Sempli.'s ciiiitlnili'd to Riillu'i1 iihont II
she could biiki! p i c ; worth aoybiMl.\ "s was a t icasl ii iliv.en million loss than
':-: I'
' JiciirtliHloni! nf thi' while .house. 'I'll
eating, lonki'il ahuo-it beautiful willi j It is now. Kin the last1 census reiurns
evening WUH hnpptly. silent, the yoiinx
ii! lui'kcys a t o n l y :!,i 1 i y S.7l)S.
thi!
excitement
of
<l»im;
a
kindly
deed.
|
SPREAD THANKSGIVING!
generation duiirliiK, whlli- their eldi:
1 1
milion bi.in : $ I ; . I ; I I . " . S I N .
exi'liiiii.^i'il remlnisce-iu'OH, anil lit mil Hi ! sun lirowiii'd hitnils ami stout arhis I ||| ( .jj.
Hence It- Is eaiiil
were
JHHt
litteit
fur
the
bountiful
work
si-en
111;
11..
w
l
i
i
l
c
By the Rev. .1. II. JOWETT.
nliiht they retired I" nwiilt I lie daw
1
they liait been (loin;;1, anil s h e hail a s till t ill'ke>' eallnt;- |n • i i l i i t i m i i s i a i - i c a s I regard Thnnksgiving day as
of TIIIIIIUHMIVIHW day.
much reason lo lie proud nt' them as iiiK liy Ilio bundled of l l i ' i i i s a n d s . ilie
one of the most gracious and
Dinner time i-ilmc- In due unison in"
any liuly of tier dolleulo IIII(JCI-M, for fowls themselves a V lll'i'IV;l!:in!< n t MM
hnintoning nnniv/craaries in tho
day. .\ll.ss I'l'iii'lope sciilcii tier Biiest
ceriainly tlinso a r c the prettiest bauds even ^icalei- niie. \ \ ' c l l ; n c a n a t i o n
American yenr. That a people
nnil tli<! niill.iiil: t'irole WUM complete.
should
be en lied by their presiof
'.III.DIKI.(Hill
people
Uud
do
must,
willingly
Ilio
work
they
a n d H u h ' :i.Him.umi
Tht'ii thu various disties wore phi^i1
dent to reckon tlie mercies and
turkeys.
were maile for.
' upon Hie Imiiiil -rousts, broiled flslprivileges
received at the hands
Anil black l'upii.v's people could n o t
T u r k e y s ai'c vci-y d d i c a l c bii-dsi, and
' velvet u bleu, pii.';l:rii'S unit swei'lmeiit
of God is to me a most hallowed
have i-eci-lved niic of the (^raeefut niln- iu spile ol" I heir !m:;v si/.e I bey cniianl
and sanctifying ministry and
mini I'.-II-II vied with llm other In iiimlity
moat assuredly enriches and intaml tiiiilhmiinoiii'jio. Tile}- rrunelipd lhi> j isterliiK spirits of tlie story books with stand t h e hanlsliii I Inn chickens can
inure I'lmpii'iil Krutitudc Ihnii they did
lure
I'.i
vigorates the national li"fe.
nature
wild
tliev
celery. ri'Vi'leil In the linm-nod fiweel.
the homely liltb» girl and h e r bea\ \
But Thanksgiving should not
,polnlo'« mill noilileil approval nf, the
basliet of tiles, indeed, to those, half
bo confined to material bounty.
, pumpkin pies. There stole over every starved hollies s h e was a vision of lo^i>
It should extent! its range nnd
« o n e II Mi'iiiw nf pi'iu'i.' nnil eontentinoiit,
Inciudo the blessings found in
liut'sa. a lenl iintrel of .mercy!^vhii-li CIIEIH'M when love n n d kiiulneHs
tho broadening d,-\y of knowledge
jiei'ini'Mto tliii iiliimsplii'ie.
and in the liftiny of all forme of
Thanksgiving in"OrorrtVolt'D Day.
j
opproaoion from thoao who are
T h e n Dr. William Seinple rose fromThat. Thanks^ivlii:,' d a y w a s -l)tl
bearing a needless .yoke. It
l\W. chiilr mill, ImlilliiK "l"ft a I'lemler
years np» pnjniiarly and generally nb
should even go beyond tho range
gin.*;.'! lilleil with whie of n 1'iiie vlnlii^u,
i;i'i-\ ed hi IliiKluiiil Is well shown b\
of
patriotism and becomo coaeaid In II voice of imiiHliiil llehuesH: "My
(he lulliiwlni; p a s s a g e :
moffts!]tan as it contemplates
Mnnpeople, I wnnl .von lo drink to the Fint l i i i l l l . i n s w t m Ihnitr.bt b o •nil w o n
tho loavon of freedom and hu(Spultli nnil buppliK^s- of iiiirdoiirlVnol- Tht 1 Hi-Ill UH c e r t a i n :iii a i ; n n
manity which is working in ov' 0|le, wliose uiiHi'llish liAi- and llellf;lit- A n d . h a v i n g r o i i t c d tint \ilinlo t r o o p .
ery part of tho world.
fill personality ure a lii'iu'iliitlou to iw W i t h v i c t o r y w a n ei)i<l(-:i-hi»i|i.
Thanksfliving of this wide and
ennobling kind would surety
mi."
r
l'hlllll<s/;ivlll|J liny illinium t h o clllll'Chlia.
send
a thankful people into the
W h e n h e ri'inn'il u t i e n k i n i ; I ' v e r . v l w i l y
Tims wrote Hutli.T in ltJ."il, dlirillM
waye of unselfinh and chival- ^ r a » HiaaiHiif;, u h l i tliu i'.'.<.|'|itlon o f
rous aorvico.
Oliver ('rninwcll'K tenure of power, uud
' . . | ' c u e l u | i e , w i t h c l a u s e s n p l i f t e i l I'enily
II: clearly proves Hint at n lime when
l o i U ' l n l ; , w l i i . n . i l i | . | i ' i-iinii' n luiiil k n o c k
•j-:-!-:--H"!-i-i-H-;-:-w--;-K-:-i-w-:-w
i
tin* uliserviiiu-o nf Hie day was Imt
Bt t h e d n o r ,
Just, licftliiiilni; to he rcKHlnrly kept hi
O n e u f till! y m n i n i ' i ' IIO.VH a n s w e r e d I t s
tlii:i country, tho Knj'Ush reeo^nli'eil
liifil»leiil ili'iiiniiils a n i l I ' l n i n d o n H i e
tlie day very Keiienilly as one of Joy
| l m « l i o l i l a y o u I h n f hl.i m v n iii;e.
n ml I'lmfitiiii?.
" I l i l i v n I'liini' In Hci' I N - n e l n p e S c l l l ;
Ladies' $1B and $18 Coats, §12.98.
Tlie new flare bottom, with liolls iu
Itir
11 II 1
Rarllng, Jolmsoi|,,& Frakc Co
11 t
<
m 1
1/
1 ii
Contractars and SuiMsFti,
I' t 1 in
1 1
Atnl I). , . 1 . . , In All Ki, ; J. <>(
Il/II_I>1N<1 M A T 1 i l M A I ' I .
UKIOCE AVI-NUK,
OflioslU H *l||-9<«<! ^!{>;I<*»,
Hi
u
1i
llort tlnnk K. J,
H I. ill III
ill
i,li:ht
•I'll,,
Work il'nii hs Ui^n1n^ tiffi » l r '
Najabtot I tK«;mm i^eis
Julil.lnu t,U....|..llui.U!,.i>t*v «
ibHimaU t i umLh^l tH\ fell fef»,<i it
k
ii
nlij
iiinllini in
lilifoillili ci
Ilv iiiilin
llm..mill n
cl ' i l ' " H
all" 1 !- - n i
mii-ll m i
"l 1 Hi.- Hi i
ll-'l » » " l
1 t i * 1 1 1 . •-: v .
cllln;
MIKIi'.' I N ,
Miivi'
.lorn
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An astonlshinq feat of merchandising requiring much nerve, skill and capital. Here are the facts:
.
;
Owind to delayed cold weather, the fur trade has not been up to the standard so fan this season and manufacturers haw found themselves with large stoaks on hand. When setting about to find an oullet fop
these surplus stocks they thought of Goldstein's. To be sure, what more logical Idea than to turn to us—of proven distributing power—as a sure means of disposal! And, Haclam, that's Just what those mimufasturera
O
~~ ° U r s o eaqer~were these manufacturers for us to take up their proposition that the prices in every Instance were way below market quotations. The possibility of plaolng these extraordinarily fine fura and ooate
within the reach of every woman's purse appealed to us. We accepted the very liberal offar of all four manufacturers—four of the best in the fur making business.
The sum total of this wonderful purchase amounting to §10,350.00 comprises Beautiful Soparat© Fur Pieces, Exquisite Fur Sets and Elegantiy Stylish Fur Coats. All these have been graded and divided Into
various sale lots for Blonmouth County's most wonderful Ten-Day Fur Sale, which Is now going on. according to the sale prices marked on these fura, the entire purohaso of §10,380.00 shall [email protected] sold for $7,268.00. Bo
you realize what such a substantial saving means? Just figure it out for yourself—It means that 70 oents of your fur money will have the,purchasing power of a dollar at this great aale.
Read the items below and compare values and sale prices:
A Very Extraordinary Sale of
$15 and $16.50 Specially Tailored Coats
Pretty Mixtures, Chinchillas,
$300.00 fflole-Sltin Coat
$226.00
I Krniine trimmed.)
5300.C0 Genuine Seal Skin Coat
$218.00
$165.00 Genuine Seal Skin Cape
$115.00
$135.00 Genuine Caracul Cape
.$ 95.00
$150.00 French Bflole Skin Coat
$ 83.00
$125.00 Genuine Hudson Seal Coat.. .$ 87.S0
$150.00 Genuine Seal Skin Coat
$ ©5.00
$ 70.00 Russian Hiarmot Coat.. ..-,. . .$ 52.50
$ $7.50 Russian Pony Coat
$ 29.75
$ 37.50 Russian Pony Coat
$ 34.00
$ 62.S0 Genuine Seal Coat (short) .. .$ 40.00
$125.00 Genuine Pointed Fox Set. . . .
$ 85.00 Genuine Skunk Set
568.00
§ 05.00 Genuine Seal and Fon Set
$62.60
$ 00.00 Skunk and Volvet Set
$82.60
3 85.00 Genuine BlaoK Fox Sot
§82.60
$ 75.00 miole and Ermine Set
S50.C0
$ 72.50 Seal and Ermine Set.
$48.50
5 65.00 Russian Fitch Set. .,
§42.50
5 65.00 Sabeline S e t . . . . . . '
§40.00
$ 50.00 Genuine Civet Fur Set
. .$34.00
% 40.00 Hudson Seal Set
$37.50
We Will Sell fluffs and Scarfs Separately.
$30.00 Misses' Novelty Set
5 19.50
$22.50 Black Northern Lynx Sot. . , . . . $ 1Q.50
$25.00 Natural Bed Fox Sot
$12.50 French Coney Set
§15.00
$ 0.00
J <•"?
GO
m
\
A greater Goat Bargain surply does
not exist—and the coat season just beNovelty Cloths.
ginning—yet it's just our way of starting the season with a rush.
.Wvcr before were such values
Exquisite, lustrous coats of black,
as Ilicsc ollVretl to Hie women of
Iliis vicinity. A very unusual, vallined with guaranteed yard-dyed satin,
Goat like this
ue-giving event that should intorTo those contemplating Holiday Gift Giving we wish and come in sizes to 40. A wonderful
Special
All purchases made during this
esl many women Tor miles around.
to suggest the advisability of giving Furs.. No piece of opportunity for large women.
$18.50.
Come to this store for your now sale, will either be delivered at once V •jewelry, trinket or any other customary gift- article will so
warm a woman's heart as a fine piece of fur or fur coat.
Other Coats now on sale are:—
Winter Coal. Here before you will or will bo held in modern fur storAll
purchases
intended
for
gilts
may
he
reserved
on
Cloth Coats at.
$8.00, $7.50, $12.60, $1B.0®
be spread the enal fashions that age plant until wanted. There
small deposits and the balance may he paid in small peri- Fur Fabric Coats now on sale are:—
have presenkd lo winter its most will be no extra charge for storage.
odical payments that would be barely missed.
Astrachan Coats at
55, $10, $12.50, $16 and $18.60
alluring' wraps and an opportunity
A deposit paid on any fur piece,
We shall be pleased to deliver such gift purchases at
Plush Coata at.
.$1B.00, $18:00 and $25.00
lor saving never equalled. (All set or coat will reserve that article
any time or place designated. All gift purchases shall be
Novelty Persian Coats at
$13.60, $25.00 and $30.00
sizes.)
or garment until wanted.
placed in neat holly boxes.
Boucles, Astrachans and
Coat like this
$16.00.
Special
Hero la the Rarest and Most Unusual Coat Value Ever
'
Offered In the History of Goat Belling.
Substantial Sayings on
included in this sale are all Children's, Girls' and Misses' Fur Sets.
CHILDREN'S SETS
§1.98, §2.98, $3.88, §5.00. '
GIRLS' AND MISSES' SETS
§5.98, $3.08, $7.50, §8.50 and up to 516.50.
All Furs Guaranteed.
Freehold motored to Navesink Fri- York, where she lives with her son,
day and were entertained by Rev. and Percy Francis.
Mrs. George F. Smith., Mr. Smith
Louise Hendrickson and Bernice
THOMAS CASLEB'S HOUSE AT POST preached at the Belford Methodist Boyd of Port Monmouth spent a few
church last night at the special meet- days last week with relatives at TotHONUOUTE BBOKEN INTO.
ing on "There is but one God."
tenville.
Lester Sickles sold a horse last week
Louis Carney of Navesink, who was
Attempt Made. to Break Into Joseph
Murphy's Houae—Robert Jolingon of to William Dumont of Freehold, who recently arrested for fighting, was reNavesink tho Victim of a Hold-TJp has a sawmill at Chapel Hill. Mr. leased last Tuesday and has returned
Dumont is hauling the timber to At- home.
Man—Box, Car BnmtiBTes station.
lantic Highlands, where it is loaded on
Mrs. Frederick House of BernardsA burglar entered the house of cars and shipped to Freehold.
ville has been visiting her parents,
Thomas Cosier at Port Monmouth last
Navesink ladies' aid society met Mr. and, Mrs. John Bischoff of BelWednesday night. At the Casler at The
Misses Mamie and Belle Mount's ford.
house the thief entered through, a Thursday
night. The society will hold
Miss Ella Conovor of Holmdel spent
dining room window but did not geta dollar sociable
a t Mrs. Albert Sick- Saturday and Sunday with her sister,
anything of value. Drops of candle les's December 4th,
grease were found in two rooms which ment will be given. when an entertain- Mra. A. H. Sutphin of New Monmouth.
William Brown of Keyport has finthe thief had searched. Footprints
Maynard Card of Navesink, who is ished the work of enclosing Thomas
outside the window the following
employed in Child's grocery at Atlan- Casler's rear porch'at Port Monmouth.
morning
showed
that
the
man
wore
The best quality Wilton, in a variety of exquisite small*
large rubber heeled, sharp pointed tic Highlands, will give up his job with , Mrs. Wilbur Fowler of Keyporl
figured Persian clfccts. Reg. $60; reduced l o - $ 4 g 7 5
shoes. At Joseph Murphy's hoilse an that firm the end of this month. He spent Tuesday with her brother,
effort was made to break in the house will then attend a plumbing school at Henry Walling of Port Monmouth.
hut the thief was scared ivway by theNew York.
C. H. Greene, Jr., of Long Branch,
Miss Clara Olrich of Tielford cele- visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C,
doR. Similar footprints were found
Attractive, well-covered pattern-, in various colorings.
outside the window where the thief brated her twentieth birthday Satur- II. Greene of Navesink, last week,
8.3 ft. x 10.6 it., regularly $26.25, at—
§20.75
tried to enter as were found at theday night by entertaining about 25
Charles Wright of New York spent
friends. The guests played games, part of last week with his sister, MisR
Casler house.
and refreshments were served about Adelaide Wright of Navesink.
9.0 ft. x 12.0 ft., regularly $28.25 & $32.50, at—
Robert Johnson of Navesink was midnight.
E. • H. Jones of Belford left this
hold tip on Sears avenue at that place
The Navesinlc firement were called
for Pasadena, California,
late Sunday nifrjit iind robbed of a out Thursday night about eight o'clock morning
where
he will spend the winter.
small amount of change. Mr. Johnson to put out a small fire in the woods on
The ladies' social circle will meet
described his assailant as a large J.ufburrow's hill.
The fire was
Unusually decorative Cliinerc, Persiiin aiid convencolored man. Immediately after the checked before much dainage was done. tomorrow afternoon at Mrs. Charles
Helwig's
at Port Monmouth.
tional designs. 9 ft. x 12 ft. At—
$30.00
hold-up Mr. Johnson organized a
Arthur Havens of Navesink shot a
Eobert Johnson of Navesinlc is now
searching party, but the robber was muskvat Monday which weighed 11
employed by Joseph Caruso, the Atnot to be found.
pounds. Mr. Ilavens's rabbit dog. lantic Highlands contractor.
A box-ear attached to. a freight .started tlie rat, and Mr. Havens shot
Mr. Wenzell, who recently bought
train tore off the edge of thu roof of I it before it could get to the water.
the Sickles property at Naveaink, is
the
Tort
filonmouth
freight
station
The
women
of
the
Navesinlc
library
having the barn painted red.
Allover, Trellis, Greek 1 lie Effects; also Two-tone
Thursday noon. The outside rail of association will give a euchre party at
Joseph Hess of New York spent
designs will] plain centres and figured borders; in tan,
the track had heen jacked up in re-library hall next Tuesday night. Sunday and Monday with Thomas
brown, green, rose, blue and pink. Artistic and durable.
pairing the track, and this caused the Prizes will be awarded to those having Phillips of Port Monmouth.
cars to lean toward the station. All the highest and lowest scores.
Commodore Thomas Dumont and
the cars passed but one, which was a The Epworth league of the Nave- daughter
Matie of Navesink spent
"Cliaumont" Seamless Chenille Rags
trifle wider than the others. No dam- sink Methodist church met last Thurs- Saturday at
Perth Amboy.
ago was done to the ear. ~"
One of the finest Ru;;s made in America. Highly
day night at Earl DeVesty's. The
Miss Pauline Smith of New York
Albert Burdge's new house at Lo-meeting was both for business and has been visiting Mrs. Mary Naughton
artistic Plain and Self-colored effecls, in 72 different
cust Point is nearinR completion. pleasure.
of Port Monmouth.
shades. 9 ft. x 12 ft.—
§52.50
When finished it,will contain six rooms
Charles A. Swezy, a former resident
Mr. and Mrs. Soring of Brooklyn
Special sizes and colors made to order.
and bath, besides a small room at the of Port Monmouth who moved to spent Sunday with Mrs. S. W. Morris
hack, which will be used as an ollice. Maryland a few weeks ago, is at Port of Belford.
The parlor and dining room on the Monmoulh on a short visit with
George R. Hendrickson of Navesink
fust iloor will be connected by sliding friends.
was a recent visitor with relatives at
(loot's, which will enable the two rooms
The conceit which was to have taken Uockaway.
to be thrown into one large room. The place at the New Monmouth Baptist
(FIFTH AVENUE & FORTY-SEVENTH ST.,
John, Omar and Ashton Sickles of
house will bo fitted with electric lights, I'luiR'h Sunday night was postponed Navesink
NEW YORK .
and hot and cold water. Tho Carhart until next Sunday on account of theyesterday.went gunning at Middletown
construction company of Atlantic storm.
Rev. and Mrs. J. F . Andrew of
'Highlands is the builder.
Iiaymond Taylor of Navesink went Naveaink spent part of last week at
A fire in Ilendrickson's woods at to Trenton yesterday, and lie will re- Paterson.
New Moiimolith gave residents of that turn today with hia aunt, Mrs. Robeil
Otis W. Boyd of Tottcnville spent
locality a had scare Saturday after- A. Johnson, who has been visiting Sunday with relatives at Port Mounoon. The undergrowth 4n the woods there.
moutli.
along the road got afire and made a
Eilwanl Williams of Port MonMrs. J . Cole of lielford hi\s returned
Shrewsbury Avenue, Red Oanlc
big hhi'/.o and great clouds of smoke mouth killed five pigs for Isaiah from
a visit to relatives nt Whitesvlllc.
Tiu^e Minuted from Oepot
rolled up. Tho farmers turned out Thome of that place Friday, which
Miss Lorctta Newman of Relford is
and put the blaze out by throwing weighed an average of <'!!»() pound? nick
FIRST-CLASS SERVICE
with
malaria chills und fever.
i;and from the road on it.
each.
Mrs. Henry Coo of Port Monmouth
Comfiortuble
Among those who attended the
Mr. ami Mrs. Charles E. Srlicnck of is recovering from a heavy cold.
Christian Kndeavor convention at Asbui-y I'ark spent part of last week
C. A. Mount of Locust Point spent
Matnwnn Tuesday from iNew Mon- with Mrs. Schenck's parents,'Mr. and yesterday at New York.
CAFE aaid BAR ATTACHED
mouth wer« Hev. and Mra. A. II. Sut-Mrn, F. H. Walling of.Ncw Moniiunitb.
William W. Swan of Navenink fipcnt
phin, Mr. mid Mrs. J. N. Hillyer, Miss
Thonrns flnrvey of, Navesink ha!i Friday at Freehold.
AugiiHlii (higgs,1 Mian Ethel Walling, sold his team of muics to Frank Hower
Benjamin nn(l Allan Griggs mid Al-of that place, Ho will buy a team of
J A M E S L.. W O R D E N , P r o p r i e t o r
bert Morford. The party mado the horses to take the place of the mules, DON'T LET GRAY HAIRS
trip in automobiles.
CicorRC Gorman moved Thursday
C. V. l.uveii'iicc is having a hollow from Navesink to Kunison, where he E3a1ie Ton Xook Ola Us fora *
tile addition built to hia residence at will make his winter home. J. II. That Itixttrlouii dark natural fshtuie of
ywti tn> intwli fl^stro 1« within ymir
Ilelford. The building will contain Johnson of SeabriKht did the moving. huir
)•<.„,-),—caiiily, in<>xp<mfjlvi.'lj* inn! uitli
ono room and will be conducted an a Howard Roberta of New Monmouth itlmolntn eortntnly.
Hlmply &o to youi
(liutfftlHt
K<lt a bottle
of
Uny'n Hull
inl K
b
f Uny
Hull
A furnished house of ten roonw, latest improvement*, one ih'licalcHiiiMi store by Mr. Ijcveronce. mid William lialley of Tort Monmouth Health uinl
l * t o r.i't'.y Imlr )t
)
<m|>!l"<*
He will nliio have a bicycle repair and joined Ilelford lodge ef Patriotic Sons cmiJiCfi t h oWlicii
&
n l r to brliiffff )>.t<>k tlio orl&juul
acre of ground fine, garage, an opportunity seldom offeree!, at Hales shop at bin place. Hcyer of America Saturday night.
l
color.
A
t
l
t
I
l
l
youth ^ul
At>H»lut«Iy lmmil<^m.
lli'otlii'ra of Ilelford are putting up
now (jrny nrtirfi from Hli(nv!»$.
$100.00 per month. Ten minutes to station.
Mrs. Albeit Smith of Nnvesink is Kv.apu
ImpfU'ttt lUo, imrtro aurt litmuty: rcmwvftfi
the building.
sick with a complication of diseases. ilumirMlY;
clean ricy ami tonw* ttcalp,
•OTHER PROPERTIES FOR S A L E AIMD RENT.
Friday night homlluinn took John h, Dr. H. K. Hailing of Atlantic H i h DriiffKlut rf-hirim ^rl^1(^ If It folia SC*.-.,
fiOf. and 51.00 nt drutf fltorea or ill met
Covoi'l'u farm wagon out of hia burn lfuidii in attending her.
Money to i-joam. Insurance In Old Companies.
rm;frlnt of tloalor'fi nnin«. Phlio Hay
at l'ort Monmouth und turned it Up- Dr. 1!. A. Andrew of Jeruey City on
H|>fiolulUoii Co,, NmvmrH, N. J,--Ai]Lviirnido down in a neighboring lot. (iuu-has liecn fipmidinjt n few dnyn nt Navo- t l n t
ning noticoH wero torn down from sink, enjoyiner tlin firtit days of tho
in 1hi> woodn and wore iji flower gunning season.
TICK HEOT^R in tho great home
IVfonmouth Street at Brond,
Red Bank, N. J. tii't'H
beds mid other place.4 in tho village,
Mr«. Lonh Sehofleld of Nnvwink Iwa
of Monmouth county,—Adv
Mr. mid Mrs. A. II. Crawford of returned to her winter h<yin« at New
s
Extraordinary Rug Values
Wilton Rugs, 9 ft x 12 ft.
Body Brussels Rugs
There is but one answer, at
Seamless Ajnninster Rugs
Scotch Weave Wool Art Rugs
At 20 Per Cent. Reduction
,
„ BAXtEI.
Hy vlrtui.1 of nn onlor of the orphans'
court of tho county of Monmoutli, inndo
n din loth iluy of September, .1914, thS
ulmcillior, Ooorgo C. Worthlcy, administrator of Goni-Ku O. Worthloy, aecoiuiaa,
will on mo 14tli di\y of JJoeembor, 1914.
liotwoon tho liourn of 12:00 o'clock a n «
5:00 o'clock, lo wit: at 2:00 o'clock In tho
uftonionfl, MOU at publlo vcnthio, nt tii&
(lldho hotel, In Hod Bank, In milt] county,
nil tlie) umllvichul ono-llfth Intei-ent ofi
I'KO a. Worthloy, ilm-onaed, In nil that
tract of lunil mill jironilnefi Hltimte In tho
Horoiuih
of Hod Ilrtnk, Monmniith county*
XI
w .InrHoy:
[JrtuiHlcd afiutUcvly by Front HtrcstJ
Hterly by tuiKt of JOlninn V,, llllhlmrtf;
nurthorly hy Union utroct, and <.:nttorl^;
1hy lunil i>f Wllllnm N. Worthloy, nnil liix
K Go foot wldo hy nhout 112 Sect iletp,
v
IJuteil KuvoniliiM- .111, 1914.
OKO1UIK C. WOUTlIUiJYV
Atlminlfitrato^
AT THIS SEASON
Colds and many minor
ailments are prevalent.
These mean discomfort,
suffering and unless
checked may develop,
into serious illness.
We cany a large and
varied stock of the best
household and proprietary remedies.
Our prescription department is absolutely
reliable. Patronize us.
J, h. BERGEH & CO,
19 Broad Street,
R«d B&nk.
Telephone TOJ.
OKT AujaB TOIBAB ossmvoma,
|( v ' IO«eoutilx'n Kotli-o,
lli'lhiu iiuckor, executrix of BamueS
ookor. (lccoiiMoil, liy onlt'r of tho nurrO**
.. itu ot tho county of Almiinouth, horobtf
Klvoo iiotlco In the crnlltorii of tho eat3
ai'OOlinod Id lirlliff in their ilcliUi, rtanmiiilH ami rlninni uipihiMt tho c.'itnto at
mid iivcenmnl, niiilci- onth or iifllrnmtiore,
within nlni! niorithii from tho nlxtop/ith
<lay of .Novomhor, 1014, or they will be
foi'in'i-r iinrroil of uny notion thcrofoe
(iiuilnft thu mihl liftocntrlx.
DMLIiA 11KCKKH,
uoii Hani!, ^f. Si
ITotlfes of Battlemsnt of Accouufc. •
1'lHtnti) of .lofiodh )>. j\llon, di't'eiiHtjii^
(Kirnt Account.)
NotltD 1» linrchy Klvon tliut tho tie*
oottiitM of tin- fmtjHciiljor, rxeoutoi* ut
thu dfiiiito of smlil dcoouHod, will b®
auiSIuxl nnil Hlatcil by tho (niri'ORuto ftR^
vopoitiMl for Hottltunont to thn or|»liatjii
court of the county of Moimuuuli, m%
Tlinrfiiliiy, tho twMity-fourth tiny of Ti&*
noiiilier, A. II., 1DH.
IWted Novoillllnr l.ltli, A. J),, 1914.
T1JNIH H. UAIIKULUOti
Notion is hereby
,„„..
niimilontrM of afHoSMinont ot tlm borounU
of Itml Hunk, N, J,, will meet nt thn liwoimli httll, in fiaui lioriiu^ji, on thfl fi$m*
with i\»y of I>ni!MHtl8r, 1014, (it 7;9O n. RL,
for tlie imraoxfl of limrltiK ner»»na l n t(i|"<!»t«il in th« iiaBeaiiimjnti) to i)(, nuuhr
of" "miTiJ'lnllnhm
Btrw't*
Hy «rrt«r of lira C o u n c i l . '
At t e n t :
A. V, IJAKKIBON, dl«rkt
0( 1(lt
"
™ c t l «*
'
i
,t
••,!
»| *>'qf
•THE'REQ.BAMR
Rage 8svente*!i«
be held at Mrs. H. G. Megiie'a tomor- Wednesday night. Miss Rhea Cordova
John McElroy arid family, who have lette last week. He got six ducks and
row afternoon,
j was elected treasurer to succeed Mrs.
been spending a few weeks here, have
goose. He and his brother George
The Camp Fire girls will meet In Alfred Oliver, whose term had expired. Viz Kosst CHveu ia tha Sigblsfyla Moto» returned to their home a t Flushing, ahave
been visiting their brother, John
the Baptist parsonage Friday after- The Central Baptist Christian En2y,
Club at We.Ur "WitcJi OlubhouBo.
Long Island.
Wilkins
of Bridgeport, Conn., who is
The officers of the fire department noon nnd the boy scouts will meet In deavor society met Friday night after
A piff roast was held at the Water
Richard
Lam?i
and
family
have
revery
sick.
recently elected are:
their room Friday night.
prayer meeting. These officers were Witch clubhoUBO isBt Sunday, when turned to Brooklyn, where they will
Mr. and Mrs. Theodora N. Parm.I'h'sE cuptntn—Kumma B. King.
The ladies' Hid of the ' Baptist elected:
Fred Remain acted as hoist. to tho make their winter home.
tteeuim captain—Wflttnm NCIIIITIIHI.
ley spent Saturday and Sunday with
church will hold a chicken supper on I'l ertiiltmt—I'eu'ey KnlKIiilmiK.
Highland'Motor dub, Mr. Romain is
Tiitid CdjitaHi—GeiirgB Cm-lay.
At
the
third
quarterly
conference
a
Mr.
Parmley's father at New BrunsVii.-f prciililcnt—Mm. (''rank W. K«ltw. president of tha dub, and. he had request was made that Rev. Elijah F.
'''Hurfiduv, December' 3d.
H i n t Hfuitvnaiit—I-'Juya Wyciiofr.
wick,
llvcoi<tiii% sieurt'tmT— Minn
ltultiix motor buses at the Water Witch stai*n-(>ntl Heuttnimt—liunitlt. Wlinley,
Rev. W. W. Hoagland attended the Uotn.-rtti.
Ueed
be
returned
to
the
Methodist
•J'iiii-d ll«itt'nuiit —Beit j-Jmmunn.
if you are in a hurry
Several wells in this neighborhood
state convention of the New Jersey (!uri'iiMiioit(Jlny wfHTttttiry—^lisjj Kvelyn tion to meet the members who came church next year. This will make Mr.
The King's Daughters of tlie.Ru- Sunday-school association at Newark Mnyder,
have gone dry, and many farmers are
from New York and vicinity. About Reed's third year.
willdoife
Trwujurer—MhjH TCIlKttbeth BnyUcr.
fupmed church packed their CliristmtiK this week,'
having
their
wells
dug
deeper
in
order
thirty guests were present. The
hex last -Friday. It ia to lie sent to the
to
renew
the
water
supply.
The
rain
An
interslenomination
meeting
will
roast
was
served
by
Bans
Wagner,
Tha Albertuon family moved from
mountaineers of Kentucky,
SIMTOH SA1O.B HEWS.
of Sunday ha3 helped some.
Henry Gordon's furm on Monday arid be held Friday afternoon at three chef of the Water Witch club. The
Mrs. Mai-tin Collins went to New-will livu at Labaslta, Pa,, where they o'clock at Mrs. Charles R. Synder's. officers of the Highlands Motor club
Mrs. Edward Hendrickson, of Astaplltl
Will
Stufly
ZiesnouB
In
Hew
ark Tue«dny of last week,
bury Park is visiting her uncle, WilMisa
Lydla
Hayes,
who
has
done
misare
Fred
Romain
president,
Herman
formerly resided. They left a largo
fJclioolliouEf Host Weeit.
3, B. Welle, Can-le Gordon, Samuel circle of friends who regret their de- sionary worls in SitltB, Alasha, and at Schweickert vice president, John
liam H. Casler.
td
and Mrs. Jamus
Byan and
a u Bya
and
The new schoolhouse is about comparture. Two of the boys, Alfred and tos Angeles, will speak on her mis- Baador treasurer, Thomas Reilly secMiss Cora Shutt3 of Red Bank spent
daiightei'B Katie,
Kti
Jennie
J i and
d Mary
M ChuUcIcy, were faithful and active sionary work. A women's quartet will retary and Fred SteAer sergeant-at- peted and it is expected that the last week with Mrs. Wellington Wilw«re among the visitors to New York members of tho Baptiat church and (sing and th0re will be a social hour af- ari™.
supils will study their lirat lessons in ls ins.
recently.
ter the conclusion of Miss Hayes's adboy Ecouts,
Mrs. John McGuire spent Saturday
An important meeting of the High- ;he new schoolhouse next week.
A. J . Holland and Samuel Vandress.
Revival services will be held in theand Sunday at Elberon.
lands lodge o.f Foresters Svaa held last
The subject for next Sunday mornMsiter have returned home after
:liurch
next
month.
The high school football team went Thursday night. Officers of the lodge
spending gome time at Presque Me, iK at the Baptist church will be down
to defeat Saturday at Asbury were installed and a number of new Wellington Wilkins went gunning
THE REGISTER'S motto: A paper la
"Reasons for Thanksgiving." There
Ma,
Park
by the score of 47 to 2. Aebury members joined tho lodge. The new in his new shooting grounds at Lava- every
.Mrs, Frank Burko and daughter will be no evening eervice. The con- Park made
t
two
touchdowns
in
the
first
members
included
Grandin
V.
Johngregation
will
unite
with
tho
ReFrances have returned home after viiiquarter,
and
this
appeared
to
take
all
son,
of
the
Johnson
drug
company;
formed
church
and
hold
a
union
iti : relatives
l i
h
at Kahway.
William Cruse of the Creighton hotel;
service under the aus-the spirit out of tho boys.
Mrs. W. K. Blodgett of Point Plena. Thanksgiving
Z3 I New Jersey's Greatest Store I
Professor Cossaboom rang the Allen R. Patterson of the hardware
of the American Mechanics and
nnt spent Tuesday of last week with pices
firm
of
Lane
&
Patterson;
Philip
Bisschool
fire-alarm
gong
Friday
afterDaughters
of
Liberty.
Tha
lodges
E. H. Stryker and family.
attend in a body. The sermon noon at the time of the meadow fire, choffi, ice dealer; Sidney Williams, inRobert Baird of Elmliuret. I,. I.,will be
preached by Rev. C. h. Palmer in order to test the nerves of thesuranco agent, William F. Morris,
viliited his brother, James Baud, last will
pupilg. The smoke was blowing in at Fred H. Wright and John Ryan. T.
of the Reformed church.
Thursday.
Mre. James Digg'mtt spent Sunday the school windows, making it very M. Donnelly and W. L. J. Jones, grand
John biggins of Baltimore visited
realistic. The building was cleared of officers of the state lodge, were preswith
her
brother,
Martin
McGue
of
his'parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Bigent, and other lodge men among the
pupils in three minutes.
Long Branch.
gins, last Friday,
A son was born to Mrs. C. C. Philips visitors were W. A. Johnson of HudKatie Duggan of Freehold spent Hughes and family recently.
county, George Van Winkle of the
Mis3 Marion Stryknr and Misa Saturday morning, who has been son
Start of last week with her aunt, Mrs,
Long Branch lodge, and, Frank MulGracu lloey wore among those who named ftuRBell Wolcott Philips.
Jaines Braney,
Charles Lufburrow spent sunduy at vihill of the Red Bunk lodge. A fennt
Randolph Stryker and family at- took the teachers' examination at
was held after the installation of ofNew York.
tended the wedding of Minn Reba How- Freehold lust Saturday.
Mrs. John Benson and ,Mrs. James ilcers and the initiatory exercises.
Mrs. William Burke and daughter
land at AUenhurst last week.
Morris of Jersey City have been visit- The new officers of the lodge aro:
President J. F. Mnran of the Bap- of Englishtown and Mr. and Mra.
tist young people's union has appointed John Burke and daughter of Asbury ing Mrs. Morris's sister, Mrs. J . E. Past Chief raneer—William McKlnn«y.
n new prayer meeting committee eon- Park visited C. J, Courtright and fam- VanPelt.
Clilef ranger—D. T. Herbert.
ily recently.
Tho trolley company has been reaiatinK of the pastor, Kev. W. W.
Treasurer—U. G. Johnaon.
Willetta
Layton
of
East
Freehold
Financial secretary—Theodore Mispairing
the
tracks
on
First
avenue.
Hoagland, an chairman; Grace MaROO, Laura Yourison end Edward and Mr. and Mrs. Walkor Hughea of New rail-plates have been put in and dorf.
Recording fjecrntary—J.T. Dnvlen.
West /Freehold visited Mrs. John the roadbed between the trackfl has
King.
Senior warden—John Cdwilcn.
Junior warden—William .White.
been improved.
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Mrs. Samuel Forman of Freehold
Senior Beuillo—M. Hurpliy.
The three-year-old son of William
visited Sidney Reid and daughter
d HXQHUAHDB SEWfl.
.Junior beadle—George Smith.
C73.SQ Combination Complete 2or
Bastedo was seized with an attack of
Ijccturcr—Alex Martin.
C a r r i e last Friday.
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William Fehlhabor, XI. KolMrs. John Brandy visited her Aotivo Times In the Churches of 4 M Bappendicitis last week, and ho wasty,TruHtiHW—
T.
Hennessey.
taken
to
tho
Long
Branch
hospital.
J?laoo Surlug tli© 3Pnsfc Weelx.
daughter, Mra, Welsh of Lakewood,
Mra. Victor Heath of New York is Doctor—John L. Opfermnn.
over Sunday.
.
An oyster, supper will be served at
The lodge is in a very fine financial
Mrs. Sarah McCourt spent lost tho Central Baptist church this af- spending a few weeks with her mother, condition. It has a good bank account
week" with, her sister, Mrs. Mary ternoon and tonight. Rev. George H. Mrs. D. Sweeney.
it has several shares in the AtMrs, John Heath has returned from and
Walling of East Freehold, arid mo. Gardner, pastor of the church, atlantic Highlands building and loan astor.ed to Keyport last Thursday.
tended a ministers' meeting' a t New tho Methodist hospital at Brooklyn, sociation.
A Thanksgiving prayer meeting York Monday. Ho will preach next where she underwent a surgical opThe women of the Church of Our
will be hold in the Baptiat church Sunday morniag on "The Call of eration.
George W. Conover & Co. have Lady of Perpetual Help will hold a
Thanksgiving night.
Samuol," and at night on "The Great
euchre
and dance tomorrow night at
Misa Mary Fredericks' has given Battle." The temperance union met bought the chestnut trees on the Hil- St. Mary's lyeeum. Prizes will be
Here is the kind of Victrola you want. The instrument is of good size and yet is suitable for any
three barrels of apples to the chil- this afternoon at Mrs. Richard Sher- ton Park tract on both sides of theawarded to those who do not play, as
room. The cabinet matches it perfectly and is included in this splendid combination at a big reduction.
boulevard.
They
will
cut
the
trees
this
man's at Leonardo.
dren's home society.
well as those who do. An orchestra
Hahne & Company want you to have a Victrola, and want you t o pay for it on convenient terms. We
Mr. Vunhise and Mr. Nagel of New Representatives from all tho Protes- winter.
will be present and dancing will be
specialize on Victroia service, even to the matter of payments.
Brunswick1 spent Tuesday of last tant churches of this place attended
Miss Lillian Forsland of Center enjoyed after the games.
wtiok Running with James Diggins, the Christian Endeavor convention avenue Bpent Sunday at New York,
Everybody loves the Victrola—no one should be without one. It keeps you "posted" on all musical
William J. Hunter, president of the
Jr.
She attended a party in honor of a Highlands Mustache club, who is emat Matuwan Tuesday.
and dance innovations.
friend
Saturday
night.
The ladies' aid society of the Pres,A double header baseball game was
ployed in Rowland's pharmacy, left
Come in and ask us about the other styles—$15.00 to $200.00.
Miss A. Mildred Franklin, a teacher Monday afternoon for a two-weekb
played at Marlboro between boyg of byterian church met yesterday afterWkkatunk ami Marlboro Saturday noon at Mrs. George Samo's a t Hill- in the Barnard school for girls,.spent vacation trip through Virginia and the
afternoon. Tho' Marlboro boys were side. The boy scouts held a meeting Sunday with her parents, Mr. andSouth.
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victorious, in both games with a score in the basement of the church Monday Mrs. William T. Franklin.
A bird dog owned by E. II. Havens
Tbomas York was arrested last
of1 .13 to 9 in the lirst game and 20night.
Six double-faced records may be chosen, if
A splendidly designed, constructed and findied
Monday
morning
from
eating
to 4 in the second.
desired, giving twelve tine selections. And you
Eev. J. C. Kulp has been unnni1 Wednesday night by Chief John R.
ished cabinet, exactly matching the Victrola.
may select from our entire stock of latest rec• Mra. Charles Quackenbush and Miss mously requested to return to theSnedelier on the charge of driving his poisoned meat.
Together, the two look like a biR, high-priced
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Blakeley and
ords, which include the latest songs, dance
Emily (Jartripftt are on the sick Hat. Methodist church next year. Last automobile without displaying lights.
Victrola. Ample space for about 200 records.
He had a hearing before Recorder Wil- daughter Polly have returned to their
music, orchestra number^, etc.
•;Kev.
W.
V
V
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Hoagland
attended
the
Wednesday
afternoon
a
t
the
parson1
ministers' conference at New York on ape Mrs. Ku!p served a tea to. the lilamB, who fined him $2.BO and costs. winter home at New York.
Mr.and
Mrs.
C.
J.
Greenfield,
Sr.
Monday.
Miss Hazel Morris, who is employed'
women of the church, at which Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. GreenHahne & Company,
R. B.. R., Nov. I S .
A sociable was held by tho young Powell poured. The house was decor- in L. B. Morris's dairy office, is visit- entertained
field, Jr., William Hunter, William
Newark, New Jersey.
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people of the Robertsvillo Methodist ated with chrysanthemums. Mrs. ing relatives at Biodmfleld.
Rowland
and
Dr.
J.
J
.
Rowland
at
a
Councilman and Mrs. J. S. Flitcroft
McHenry rendered several humorous
You.may send full particulars of your special Victrola oner. This does not obligate me m
church on Thursday of last week.
dinner
at
their
home
Sunday.
spent
Sunday
with
friends
at
New
George-Hayes—is-nbout-to-buy- an recitatiojig,_.a.mpnK_them _beiug "The
any way to purchase the Victrola.
Charles Smith of Bay avenue spen
automobile and several others will Missionary Lady." A~quartetJe~com- York.
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Sunday with friends aritt relatives ajj
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VJotlm of Bright's Ditionoo.
Newark.
perous little
place. H'supports two Miss Nellie Naylor, Miss AlmaiWil»
1
liams
and
Miss
Bertha
Powell
sang
churches and a large niimper of auTunis H. Lane, William Cottrell
Mrs. Sarah F. Bird died at the horn®
Address
toiiriobiles are owned by its residents. two selections. Mr. Kulp and family of her daughter. Mrs. Joseph Smith James Ilartsgrove and Clarence Mat. Date.
Miss Laura Yourison spent «Satur- weit^j to Spring Lake Friday. While of West Freehold; on Saturday of .thews have returned..fr©.Si a fout-days"tifere "Mi*. "Kutp ' eliJbyAl a gunning Bright's disease. 'Sho was 5$ years gunning" trip at I%rfhing3ale ani
trIj)'wllli.P(!lcf'p..Brow.n," former.post- oM find ht\d heen sick a long time. Lakewood.
Ruest of A. E. Sherman.
Allon R. Enttwson is enjoying :
The regular 'meeting of the ladies' master there.' The Epworth league Mrs. Bird is survived by live other
We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons
five-day gunning trip at" West Farms
aid society o r the Baptist church will held a business and social meeting last children besides Mrs. Smith.
es on the
THE NEW PRICE
Five Different Styles of Bodies
Careful comparison is invited with any car, inany line,
on the market.
Let others demonstrate their cars to you, then come to
us-r-we will show you more and please you better.
Zobel Service
In order tlint Zobcl service ohall be superior to that
of any company in tho automobile industry, wo invite nil
our 1915 qustomeri to »top at our Garage nddresa given
at the bottom of this advertisement for monthly inspection, and na much oftener a« they wish. This will afford
us the chnnco to cheerfully »how without charge juit how
our cars nre cnircc! for.
C»55, 50 H. P., S 1 , 6 S O
R/fodel C-37? Touring Car, $ 1 , 2 3 5
Every owner of a car purchased of us is entitled to
and will receive prompt and efficient service—tho hind
that will insure the motoring pleasure expected. Wo carry
n very extensive service department ready ot nil time* to
keep any of our cars on tho rand.
Model C-36, Runabout, S I
Modd C-25,28 SI. P.,
Ford Cars, G. M. C.
Also
Monmouth County's Largest Automobile Distributor
Momn©nfli
B U I C K , M O D E L C - S 4 R U N A B O U T , $SOO
Trlephonr 67S-W
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Telephone 90
THE RED'-BANK REGISTER.
Eighteen.
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On Monday of this week Mr. Louis Mendel,
formerly of New York, an' artist and a highclass photographer, purchased the entire interest
of the Photographic Department of my business.
I cheerfully recommend him to you.
He is the possessor of gold medals and certificates of merit awarded by different art institutions in the United States and abroad.
This change was made in order to give rny
whole personal attention to the rapidly increasing business of my Art Store, as well as to
Picture Framing, Reg-Ming and Kodak Finishing.
The change also assures my photographic
customers individual and better attention-than
ever before.
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STORE CLOSED ALL DAY
THANKSGIVING DAY
THANKSGIVING DAY
STORE" CLOSED ALL DAY
Pictorial Review Patterns and
Magazines
New Winter Fashion Books
• Now on
Hoieproof Hosiery for 'Met:,
Women and Children. Every
pair guaranteed. New pair frea
if they donk lest six months.
ro&il Stalled Batik.
•7z-iiieh
Wo a r e j.voinK' to .sell you thiK
all-pure linen, lull bleach tnule
damask at this sale for less
thnu former import price; the
quality is the Heirloom brand,
best in finish and' weave: P a t terns a r e the ones most Wanted,
and, remember, this linen is 72
inches wide.
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Entrance to Studio in llr. J. Dickopfs Art Shop.
Y
ft.
Regular Price S9c Yard
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lots has made It
J. DICKOPF.
Referring to Mr. Dickopfs announcement, I
respectfully solicit the continuance of your
patronage.
My expereience of over twenty years in the
United States and the principal countries of
Europe enables me to assure you entire -satisfaction.
It's only a few weeks to Christmas, and it is
not a bit too early-to come for a sitting now.
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?1.49 Silver Bloached Damask, 72 inches wide,
special. , ,
f 1.00 yard
German Linen Table Damask, 72 inches wide,
69o yard
All Linen Damask, 60 inches wide, special at
5®o yard
Mercerized Bleached Table Clothing, 30c yard
Linen Finish Damask, 60 Inches wide, at
'.<
22c yard
Extra quality Rflercerized Damask, 70 inches
wide, at. . . . ,.
40c yard
Scalloped Round Table Cloths, extra quality
Linen, 72-lneh size
$4.98
Pattern Liri&n Cloth, 70x70 inches, special at
\ . . . . . . . . . . . §2.08
Hemstitched Linen Cloth, 64x64 Inches, $2.98
Napkins to match, hemstitched, 17x17 Inches,
Steven's Linen Crash, bleached and 1bordered,
18 inches wide
12 /£c yard
IMeverlinK Crash, 18 inches wide, speoial at
~.v
10c yard
Guest Towels
Linen lapSsisis
15c, 25c, 29c, 45c
$1.59, $2.98, $3.25,
$3.98
18-mch 85c Do/en
A
A.
20-inch $1.25 Dozen
22-inch $1.65 Dozon
Table Sets
Fine Towels
Tjtble Cloth and Napkins
to match, $5.98, $6.98,
$9.98
Linen, Huclt nnd Oamnsk,
Scalloped
ond Hemstitched, 39c, 49c, 59c,
69c, 79c
"1enaissanee Iri Uneis
Rennissaiire
Lutich
dnllis
'1 i i l i l e C o v e r - . , I t i i m i i ' i ' s a m i
S r n t ' l V , v i ' i ' \ r l ilmrale d e > f r i t s . l t l ' ; i \ v i i \ \ ni'k ccitlcrs.
;( 1 cU'sii'itliU 1 M/.t s a l a tireut
s tviiiS 1 .
All Linen,
H n y n o w rnrTliunks-
rving and Xnuir- presrnls.
49c upwards to $4.93
I 8PI mi
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Sam |>lc l> i e e t
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s.'il a
50
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I»•"I- r enl
Table Cloths
luck Towels
All Pure Linen
36x4B-inch, $1.00
45x45-inch, ¥1.25
d-
i/.e Iron) a doily. td
IT. A | i ( . - ilivc si V-
on cvt ry
I'l'ftin
i i i n l y H i m •ked
15c u p w a r d s to §1.88
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Mercerized Fininh,$1.00
to SI.79
Hnlf Linen,
Hemmed
ends, 18:i3G-inch,
salt
HII-lll
18x37-inch,
25c
Table Squares
NVIi Work
S ii
A positive HuviiiK by buyini?
now
fov ThnnkauivinK i>«1'
Christmas
n'ifts.
JnpunoHO
drawn work art linens, 18x54in. war-fa uiul lilOxDO table renters and pillow shunm; ber.L.tiful assortment to choose from.
Remember, not a pic™ worth
less Hutu 8S cents.
Hucli Towels
Tray Cloths
Hemmed
Regular Price @9c
.14o
25c, 39c, 59c, 69c, 79c
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I'm1 Inlilc cn\ c i i II ! w e l«iv ! i l , .
a s o u r s l j i i \ \ i ] i :/• I I'
ask includes cvei v
Tulilc 1) I l l l i | i i a l i l y nml
W e f?i
ini 1 widl.li ynit i'ci|tiiv \
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g m i d l i n e n s i i i ' c h cllilif? s e t I'CC
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anil prices arc lici't'l'nrt
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25c upwards to $1.50 yard
Coats for Women, Misses' and Juniors; made of choice mixtures, materials, checks and •*¥•
plaids and high color zibelines. These are exceptionally good values that | ^ / ? (ff\© ^
are worth up to $12 (30, but a timely purchase enables us to offer them at this 5^(y)Q^J/@ *&
very low price
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We have marked every garment in stock at a
smaller margin of profit than ever before; furthermore, we make no charge, for alterations. An additional saving of importance.
16 M on mouth Street
NEWS FROi
Red Bank, N. J.
pl HI >l ( h u U11. ( ( \ei t, w iio i
s auniuil vacation
S t C i r H S U . dootwl the loliuwnm i
£1
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'csi-li-nt
Aslm
r>- - W i l l i a m n
riBE DEPAEl'MEKT HAD A I
LAST THURSDAY.
'y
Wallin;;,
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Yciing: women to Hold Dance at Yacht
Club Thfiuitfiffh in^ llvv—Ijccture at
- Itay
Sigh School Tomorrow Might—Literary Club to Meet F.-iiUiy Aftovnooii.
Chief S. KrimU Masnn nl' the fnv
JIarr>r .Smitli of l.orrillards cnterdcpartnient called mil the tiii-HHTi for
:i drill Tiimsthu' ni^'l't. Ttsls in' (he taincil siL'Vfriil friunds last 'I hursdaj'
niK'iit. Tin. uvfiiinp; was .spent in |.lnyJione wort1 made on
lot ill
eiitlu'c.
Those prtsent were
1hr loot i.f r.r.md snul Ki
'V'"': Missos Louise Anmack, Mury, Anna
and all wci-c ffiund tn he
sa s
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Hii.sic
Frank,
Katie Daveni and
facUjrv citmlitiun.
, Marparet and Lillian Iironnaii, Thorni n n i n g
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$5.98, $8.98, $1©.989 $14.98,
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Misi!i Ti'-Iiin Melee i.-; siienclinR two
wool;;; wilii J l i x Kdwarcl T. Kennedy
of l!roi)Klyn. Mrs. Kennedy wns foi-mui'iy Miss Kdim Moore of liolford. .
Mr. and M a ..John (I. Schunck arc
inntorinj;' tlirou^h I't'imsylvania in
Mr. .Sfhanek's rullman roacbler.
.IHIHUS II. ltvdlv lu\s :i two weeks'
vaciitinn from his duties in the postiiHice. He is s]iendiii|:" ii liirjji! part of
tlii: tiiiic uunniiii," in the vicinity of
absnu-e of J . J i . Weclle.
11. I!. Dti'lieit will jiavc the priiliuiy
in lii.s Surf theater raised st'vernl foot.
Siiniuol Hlrylier IUIK tin- contract to do
the work.
The'Wil
T h e W i l l i i i K Workers of tile Reformed church will give 11 clam
chowder Kiipiur tomorrow nieht.
.Mrs. Small A. r'airehild is visiting
Mrs. KIIIMII McCu« of Frenciiu visher son, William (i. Fnircliild nnd ited frien(h; in town ]nrA week.
family, at llutrhinson, Ivmifsas.
Mrs. IOdwin Craven of Matnwim visThf ladies' aid society of the Ko-ited her ikuinliter, Mrs. Rohert Johnfoimeil I'luiirh will hold n food Kalu in won, Suudiiy of lu.st week.
the lecture room of the I'hiuvli next
.John W. Wcscmim in huildinK a twoW*'dneiiday iiftt'inocm,
.story adtlition to the rear uf hin ri'.'ii
iMr.'i. Manic V. McKcen, a former <h)ni'L' on Firnt street.
ivv.idi'iit tu'ii", lius ^olil hvy lioufH' and
lot on Cliiircli street to 'I'lleoderi' KidMazlot Hawa.
i,ey.
I''ritz Yotnij.r is? attending ltiUj.r<'rs
Mrs. Annie Walker is vi.sitiiuc Mr. rolleKe a t Mt:\v Hi'imiiwiclc.
nnd Mis. Jnliii M. Uuvei of PliilndrlMr. mid Mm. Louiue liostllfof Kcil
jtl.iii.
Hunk .spent .Saturduy and .Smiduy with
<'apt. A. J'. l.oiiR.strcd, who hn.iMrs. Kcificlle's pit rents, Mr. ami Mrs.
Iti t'l. in il] hruitli fin- some time, in Jiiinei; Morrell.
uinU'i[(oiuK tii'ntnieut at Ht. ,Tivmv*i'i>
Mr. and Mm. Calvin ('. Wirilinp:
liospitnl ;it Newnrli.
vl.'iik'il lelulives a t ]''retjli<>l(l on .SatHempen lici-rs is Mili.itilutiiii; as eur- mday tuid .Nuiiduy.
H I T on jurii! deliverj' route Nn. 1 in
Miss Krinn M. Weitraiul entertained
"v*«
:§ at $12*98 4-.
Stunning Suits with short, medium and full •>•
length coats/all silk lined, stunning skirts with ^
Rough College Skating Coats
yokes,
tunic or new flare effects. Materials are ^
Fur Trimmed Fancy Coats
Poplin, Broad Cloth, Cheviots and Serge; colors are - f
Dressy Silk Lined Coats
Plain Tailored and Belted Coats Black, Navy,"'Brown and Green. Truly startling is ^
Plush and Astrakhan Coats
this extreme offer. Suits usually sold at $15 and ^ ,
Boucle and Chinchilla Coats $20; at this gale, which will be for a very limited <#••
Easy choosing from groups at the following- time
T
prices :
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iknee <ni tlio eve of Thaiik.^^iviiiR- at
tilt Ki'vport yacht dull. Those who
ait* on tin- nmimittrr a r e Mr^ Hsirry
West, Mrs. l'reil UninUhurst; Mrs. rv.
11. Roscveur, Missis (Jaiilina Hoaf;liind, Annie Laurie Tilton, I. Kloreni'i•Viinl)ii/(.'r and Itcssic M. Covert.
The third of a series of li.'hin.'i; anil
I
roailin^s \eill lie f?ivon tomorrow night
h
h l am
amlig at the
g school
t
d
under the nuspii'es of the KoyJioit. literary cltil.. The lopif of the
evening will In. a dramatic roailinf;,
"The Passing of the Tliild I'lmjr
IliiiK," hy lCdwai'd .Meaile,
The Kevport literary I'lul. will meet
Friday afternoon with Mis. Joseph
1). Italic. The topic of (he nieetinf!
will lie ".Modern Kdiicatioii," ami those
who will eontriltute t(.the program are
Mrs. Henry K. Aelierson, .lr,, Mis. J.
*\'irle Anoerson and Mrn. 'Aaron H.
Viuilitinlcirk,
I1r. and Mm. J . T. Kilkw-oiHi have
moved from St. Slary'a rcetory to
their new hvinnalow on Wnshington
htrcet. f rhe rectory will be. occupied
by Mr. nnd Mrs, l'imj M. Oaterhui'i;,
who have been living in the Hounding
bunxaluw on Division Btreut,
"h
W
("hiirlcs
WuIliiiK'ii lii in the First
nntim Snn<iay-i<?lii>n)
\>vv.n o r IUH! imst luken the nmue of
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The somfli of this nation, also are knitting for G u m p ' s lii;ln'mK
soldiers. lnc;ilculal'k' will Iv the coinfiirt Riven, health pa-served and
evi'ii lives suved by li;nid-kiiit Wool Scurfs, Wristlett, Abdominnl Bnndi,
Socks, Etc., that are the welcome (jifts of sympathetic woman. That
tlu1 quality of these articles be,.Rood, that the. finished product be soft
and durable,' it is our duty to' see. We therefore recommend "LION
BRAND" YARNS—of best quality and full weight.
We have solid colors anil mixtures, but the most iK-raied is the new
KHAKI MIXTHRi:, especially made for the purpose. We will furnish
Free Inotruclion Pnmpldeti on Knitting of Crocheting tll«" lequireil
articles.
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.Mail and phone orders promptly tilled.
Free Alterations
free Alteralioiiii
Petticoats made of all silk messaline, in twentyfive beautiful shades, with deep plaited or corded
flounce. These are all made and finished as gdod as
any skirt at double the price we ask,
Buy now for your own wear, also for Holiday
presents.
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