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29 - MTPL
RED BANK, N. J., WEDNESDAY. JULY 29, 1908.
VOLUME XXXI. NO. 6.
MANY WILLS PROBATED.
HOUSE STRUCK.
»
DEATH'S SUDDEN VISIT.
MURDER JS^AL PUT OFF.
' f 5
PAG
FATAL AUTO_ACCIDENT.
COMPANIONS IK MISFORTUNE.
NEWS F.
Matthew Hollywood, Sr., Died UnexTheodore Wilson's House on Wharf
Two Freak Chickens, Driven Out of
pectedly Last Week.
Avenue Damaged by Lightning.
FRANK ZASTERA TO BE TRIED
A NEW YORK SURGEON KILLED
Flock, Become Fast Friends.
ESTATES DIVIDED ON ACCOUNT
TWO VIC Matthew Hollywood, Sr., of Peters
The recent spell of dry weather was
IN SEPTEMBER.
AT SEABRIGHT.
Companions in misfortune, two freak
OF DEATH.
j place, died suddenly last Thursday night
broken last week by a series of thunder
chicks, owned by Mrs. Asher Crawford
oi nh
e at
rt d
i
H had
h d been
b in
i failf " Dr. Carllon P. Flint, Summoned toof Colt's Neck, have become fast friends.
disease.
He
g \ Farmhand Who Murdered William B. !' :
Mrs. Mary C. Blanck of Middletown showers which did considerable damage
Scarcity oi '
i j n,.j
j r • n i mi?
a
t h h t M t h
unty A h
- ~ 'health
' " several' months
" and' about
'
o,
Seabright to Consult With Dr. 'w. A young rooster two months old with feet
Leaves Her Property to Her Daugh- throughout Monmouth county. A heavy
Monmout . .
Sheppard and Wife and Jennie
Bendy
shower, accompanied by thunder, light-;
• •,w ^ k '1 ) r e v i o u s t 0 h i s d o a t h ,, i s-s i—
lightc l ( n e s s ™Gill Wylie, Crushed to Death by an
t n
ter and Grandchildren—Will of i
£ ^ feiL^TneXke^feet °are Moved—i
h i l reached
hd Red
Rd Bank
Bk about
b t at Wickatunk Gets a Respite Owing; took a turn for the worse. His death
ning andd hail,
was very unexpected, however. On
Automobile.
to Absence of Witnesses.
Mrs. R. F. Borden of Red Bank.
enormous and are so large that the
two o'clock F.riday morning. During
' "
"'
' 'good spirits and
ver Convention.
he was in
Dr. Carlton P. Flint, a young New chicken has 'difficulty
—.„in lifting„ them
Mrs. Mary C. Blanck, who died a few the shower Theodore Wilson's house on Frank Zastera, who was indicted for Thursday
Captain John
he seemed much better. About eight
g
en
weeks ago at the home of her daughter, Wharf avenue was struck. The thunder- the murder of Mr. and Mrs. William B. o'clock
York
surgeon,
was
fatally
injured
by
•
and
has
to
use
its
wings
when
it
walks.
that night he was taken with a being struck by an automobile at Sea-i M r 3 - Crawford gays . that if the feet who was injured two
Mrs. E. A. Slote of Middletown, made bolt struck the roof on the south side. Sheppard and Miss Jennie Bendy a t
her will August 12th, 1904. The wit-It tore off several weatherboards and Wickatunk on May 21st, was to have j weak spell and lie did:d thirtv minutes bright Friday night. He came down grow
proportion to the rest of its
but on account of j
nesses were Edmund Wilson and S. W. scorched ,.the paint where it left the been
„ tried
_„Monday,
Jt „_.
Parmentier. Mrs. Blanck left to her building, i.liss Elmira Wilson, Mr. Wil- the absence of material
witnesses for
daughter, Ettie B. Slote, all her house- son's sister, was in the house alone at I the defense the trial was postponed unhold goods, pictures, bric-a-brac, wear- the time. She was badly scared by the til September 21st. Zastera was led
ing apparel, silverware and jewelry. crash, but was not hurt.
into the court room at eleven o'clock
On Tuesday night of last week the chained to two court officers. ProseShe directed that her house and lot at
Middletown be s61d and the proceeds of lighthouse at Seagirt and the cupola of cutor Nevius formally moved the case
the sale divided among her daughter, the New Monmouth hotel at Spring o f the state against Zastera for the Some years ago on account of poor feur to stop while he inquired about a , ford keeps the young rooster separated I o n g °, £ e '. fo ^ (1 a f t . e f
Lk
t k b
ihti
" of Mrs. Sheppard.
~
- _Thjs
- . dis. . health he retired from business. Mr. late train to New York.
were struck
by llightning
andd murder
her granddaughter, Mary B. Ayres, and Lake
: from the rest of the flock as much as ar °u"_. a : I"? 1 ?!- 8 fi MI V
There is a scarcity of bo r- ; '( g
her grandson, Samuel E. Ayres, J r .slightly damaged.
closed the fact that the prosecutor pro- Hollywood leaves seven children, two of
Just as he stepped from the auto-' possible.
are
sisters
in
Catholic
convents
Mrs. Slote is to get one-half and the
T^he quartermaster's storehouse on posed trying each of the three indict-,
mobile another car owned by John W. i The rooster has a companion in mis- at Port Monmouth and l\ „•-/€.,at Princeton and Bordentown. The Masuryy and run by
grandchildren each one-quarter. Thethe state camp grounds at Seagirt was ments separately.
y Louis Lefrancois, !i fortune. A week ago
g a chicken
hicken belongbelong many persons who wanted (•> ••'.•• ^ i y„
grandson's share is to be placed in the struck by lightning Saturday morning.
Judge Hoffman and Samuel A. Patter- jot}?};
children are Andrew J Hollywooi•d aged nineteen years, crashecijnto him. j ing t o Mrs. Crawford was run over by were unable to find suitable j&.isre !&£'
f
- ,
hands of trustees, who are to inYest it At the time John Randall, a private of son asked for an adjournment. They " Newark Mrs. Morns F. Lynch ot It is said the car was running- li\, a speed ;a wagon and its leg was broken. Mrs. week.
and give the income to the grandson the Freehold company, had his head out said that thev had tried to get the at- Holyoke, Mass Christopher L. Holly- of forty miles an hour. A lamp on the ! Crawford set the broken bone, but the Collins Brothers of Fort .*;
moved
their
large
tendance
of
J
.
T.
Ottlick
of
Bradford,
I
wood
of
Long
Branch
and
Maurice
L
during his natural life. In the event of the building but he was not injured.
machine struck Dr. Flint on the hip and i leg is not straight. The otherchickens do ! Tl
eir ge sec;,-_••
£ (!
g
and Matthew
Matthew J.
J Hollywood
Hollywood ot
ot Ked
Kedhe was tossed about 25 feet and then i not like this chicken any more than they i distance to the eastward ai.J ;
of his death the money held in trust Some of the bricks from the chimney Connecticut, a farmer for whom Zastera and
a Dri c
for the grandson is to go to Mrs. Slote of the building were thrown to theworked
dragged
by
the
car
thirty
yarda
or
more.
I
like
the
rooster
with
the
big
feet,
and
I
,
^
vault
under
the
ea.k
worked two years ago, but that Ottlick
Ottlick I Bank; The funeral was held Monday
ir
r,V.vttt
o l a c oal
and the granddaughter. Mrs. Slote cookhouse, which is a hundred yards would
to
drive
,, bins
ld not
t come t
J
t testify,
t t i f j morning a t . S t - J a ™ , e s 8 church andt h e When the machine came
.
_. a
„ stop
_top the
uiu i lthey
""^j
vniv^ it
it, away
away whenever
wneiiuver it
u comes'
comes ?,,,
v ,'belongilit; J .
to Jersey
to
l
e
a
r
and Samuel E. Ayres, Sr.. Mrs. Blanck's away.
doctor l.iy under it, horribly mangled, i
them. The rooster with the big:
P? a snort
but offered to testify before a commis- Ib u r l a l was in Mt. Olivet cemetery.
! ua ntl
son-in-law, were made executrix and
His head
H
h a d was crushed in two places, and i! fret and the chicken with the crooked ^ . ty of coal was
sion in Bradford. They said that Ott-j
••-•••
executor respectively.
j
,ock.
the pelvis bone was crushed and ground to!'eg have become inseparable companions
A GIFT OF A HOUSE.
lick would testify that Zastera, when j
COUNTY COURT CASES.
Walter Connor of Navet ink , j . ' , - ' . ) - '
tlfi'
l l 111
folQ 3.Ct'2U.
t r f t D ^ G l y , jj
•
'
' ...
• powder.
fv •-•«JV A . There
ii UI_IA. n
was
no «
a J^«).I111J£
gaping-wound
WUUliU in;
'111 ; in
*** their
»•••»•'•* misfortune.
I»»IUJ.\#.«. v u m . , .;^They,
j . n c j do
UU not
H U t OICCJJ
sleep
Mrs. Emma J. Borden, wife of Dr.
tlfi' WOrlCGQ
WOrlCGQ d/iV
d/iV iill
111 ff folQ
3.Ct'2U. SStrftD^Gly,
TT. .
n s s
butting
his
head
against
a
tree
and
j
Prisoners
Arraigned
Before
Judge
•
' ' ^ e large enough for Dr. Wylie to j with the rest of the fowls, but roost in vin A. Rice of LeonardvilU. ivUm.,?}'/
Richard F. Borden of Red Bank, left all Andrew White's Grandfather Building btti
hi h d
i t t
dj
last
week from their trip thrutifa fw>-»
•otherwise going on like a crazy man. jj
rv,»/<.^ Last
rnat Week.
w<,*i
thrust in both his hands. Dr. Flint's i a box on Mrs. Crawford's front porch.
of her property to her husband. Mr.
Foster
a Home for Him.
West, followingthe Demovratie co.ncp- •
ankles were both broken and he was !
Judge Voorhees, after arguments on
Borden was made executor of the will,
tion at Denver.
.*
Andrew White of
. Gold street has ,both sides, postponed the trial t o ' For assaulting Louis Vetter, a Long otherwise mangled. The physician died j ATLANTIC
which was made March 24th, 1883. The
HIGHLANDS BAZAR.
The Brentwood hotel a t Brovmt **a-n- .'•',
witnesses were Henry M. Nevius and received a present of a new house from ; September 21st and appointed Judge \ Branch officer, on July 4th, James Life about one o'clock Saturday morning.
under the management of Pot of,*!. jjb"i' y
his grandfather, A. S. Buckalew of I j o ( , n g. Foster to go to Bradford and ' was
sentenced Ihurauay by Judge roster
Lefrancois was arrested and comDr. George F. Marsden. •- *
the Last Three Days has become an attractive plut'c lur •Ki-t - Several years ago Mr. j t a ] i e Ottlick's testimony
' ° s ' x m °nths in the county jail.
mitted to jail to awail the action of the It Will be Held
Mrs. Carrie Jane Flitcroft, wife of Manasquan.
w
rl
i n of
f a!
1
of
This
Week.
mer boarders who desire a quiet co : ui-,'•
Buckalew
made
his
grandson
a
gift
"
'°
—-"
=-"
"
"
This
action
of
Zastera's
lawyers
Fannie
Burke
of
Asbury
Park
was
grand jury.
John Flitcroft of Atlantic Highlands, house and lot on Gold street. Last
at Freehold Wednesday and
Dr. Flint was 35 years old and has *:i - The annual bazar of the Atlantic High- spot for their vacation. Thu inci'fj" •*
left her husband all her real estate, situ- week this house was torn down and the shows that Zastera's plea will be insan- sarraigned
hc
:
of St. Joseph's academy oi' Krt-o!:'
itv.
pleaded
not guilty to two liidict- wife
and
p
ated at the corner of First and Highy When the case next comes un it
, , two children, in New Hamp--. land s improvement society will open to-1 nl.D n^mnin,.
charged her ,h.
,. „ on the lot. norU. c f r5w ', - 4 |f
H
td
t b b i h t
land avenues, subject to the payment erection of a
is probable that a commission will
• , L<un I )m t
™1is- 9 n e indictment
." „•%
of liquor and theshire. He was sent down to beabright,: morrow in the Ralph building on First hotel.
continue
until"
Saturday
as
a
substitute
fora
fellow
surgeon
in
avenue
and
"
disorderly house, New York who was unable to leave the i nieht.
Mr. and M r s . J o h n H . H e a t h of JL",.."- '*'-.>,
The
proceeds
of
the
bazar
will
Parker, the sum of $1,000 in
to appear for trial eitv.
e n t e r t a i n e d N e w Y o r k tr;-'nc!« • « - ' %^
j be'lisedd b
by the society to carry on its sink
three months after her de
Sunday. It was reported las;t Urn*..' &-,
husband and son she left all her p
work
of
making
Atlantic
Highlands
a
pleaded
not
guilty
to
that
Mr.
Heath would vacate ths V:-.i -r "' *C;
will
insane asylum.
painted
painted by her, except
p a rose ppanel,,
wagon and harness be- DAVIDSON'S BENEFIT SALE. :; fine residence and business town. son place at Navesink and move to th« t . V1
will be readyy for occupancy^
jj stealing
a horse,, wagon
py^ I n jj a U Zastera seems to be perfectly
py
h i h was given
i
t
Pamphlets
will
be
distributed
showing
which
to h
herbbrother, George house
n
to Fred
Fred D
D.
John S.
S Stiles
Stiles of
of Red
d H
l
HHurley
hearted.
He plays
ttthhhe''e og g"!e
! e to
y of Belmar. // Will Start on Saturday Morning of what has been done by the society since Anton ides house at Chape! Ililf. Tliv ' ' S
October 1st
1st. John
Redff r e e a ndd ll ii ghh t h
Waller of Minneapolis. Mr. Waller October
report is without foundation.
' •'•'%
Bank is doing the mason work andla jv iiol lii n r e a dds a ndd p ll a y s c a r d
it;
d g w ii tt h
h tt h
h e He will be tried next Friday
was given, also $100 i a cash with which Manasquan
was started.
This Week
man is the carpenter. Mr. other'
.u
»»
..*
«
n
. . . Beach
i
Mrs. Frank Viering of Port Mongol u.. ; '%
prisoners, and apparently has Harry Mariner of Bradley
was
to buy a diamond ring or any other White and his mother are temporarily
spent
Sunday
with
her
daujrhief
Mi^.
^ "ft
no more on his mind than a prisoner convicted of assaulting John H. Patterarticle of remembrance he may desire.
J. P. Frank of EUzabeth. Ilenr»' v'r *-ifc,'' "^
who has been sent up thirty days for s o n o f Farmingdale a year ago.
George C. Waller and Bernice S. Paw- occupying a houseboat.
of Elizabeth spent part of last Y.vsfc ! A> »
week. These sales have become yearly
chicken stealing.
;
ley were appointed executor and execuwill
"Chinese laundry.
with Mr. and Mra. Viering nt Pori. M«T»- ,
events,
• • • ' - •
trix respectively. The will was made WEDDED AT NEW MONMOUTH.
PIG EATS CHICKENS.
mouth.
'.
replems]
July.29th, 1907.'
JOLTED FROM A WAGON.
The new siding which was JX%: or.tH'.
• " of t h e :
William Murphy, who died near Colt's Atlantic Highlands Man Takes a BelIt Was an Unprofitable Boarder for Almost
the
old-fashioned
grab
bag
in
a
new
all the goods in the store have '
put in on the south side of thz lS:t. *'
Neck several weeks ago, bequeathed to
Charles Reevey.
ford Bride.
i George Wack of Wall Street Laid Up
been marked at reduced figures, and in •
Monmouth freight station bvtL. C:nl:-, "*
his wife, Eliza Murphy, the use of the
Andrew Johnson of Pine Brook bought some instances the reductions are very '
railroad is proving a great"ai-eoil-*,,<;=* -Mrs. Jennie Compton of Belford and '
W'<* Cuts and Bruises.
house and farm where she lived, together
u
tion to shippers of that locality.
"" " " .
with the use of the live stock, farming Millard F. Trimble of Atlantic High- > George Wack of Wall street, who is P'B a short time ago. The pig was: ugreat,
:harge of the le
Boys'
suits,
ranging
in
price
from
$2
James Stewart and family ot Crfioi?*''
l d were married
i on
d Tuesday
T
d night
i h off ; employed
l d by
b Edward
E d d J.
J Reilly,
R i l l was badly
b d l nearly full grown and he
he had no room on
on —
utensils and machinery and all the furni- lands
disses
Loret?.
wil
l UIU U c
York, who have been visiunc t i , . ,
been included
in IUB
the sale,
m ?10,
J I U . Uhave
M C uecu
urauueuiu
ture in the house as long as she may last week at the parsonage of the New 1 injured last Wednesday afternoon, nis place to keep it. He took it t o .to
MisssDorothv
Dorothy Seavers
Seavers New
mother, Mrs. John ••"•'- and Mr. Reevey
p
y . as have also men s suits ranging from refreshments
wish to use them. After she ceases to Monmouth Baptist church by the pastor, j Wack had been delivering goods in the Charles Reeveyys place
oStewart's
LU a 1
o
men
s
suits
ranging
from
Klondike
There
will
^
'
' ? '""'-ner, ivirs .jonn arv.vai
conauct t h e
f
agreed
to board it for 25 cents a week. | »b
wish to use and enjoy the same, then Rev. Archibald H. Sutphin. The couple i alley in the rear of W. A. French's store A
» to *3
*
e prac wbei l lno
articles
disposed
ofu by
chance
and
s o r t t l mm
The
reductions
include
prac-,
'Ji
of
Navesink,
returned
last week
65
b
e
n
o
a
r
t
i
c
l
u
i
d
f
c
h
n
n
c
e
Ernest
Lawshe
Louisville,
K«n
lii
B l f d in
i the
th house
h
i turning
ti
f the
th alley,
ll one off
att Belford
i andd in
out of
n^ ° t ' eeafter the pig was brought tically
1 of
fhome
the executor is directed to sell the prop- are now living
things unsold at the close
ticallyaall lines of
Straw
f suits.trousers,
S hats,
4of the fair ' . . who
M
L in the thea; eo
ties, all
is well known
erty, but the sale is not to take place owned by the bride. Mrs. Trimble re-1 the wheels struck the curb. Wack was t o h l s P l a c e M r - Reevey heard a big Panama hats, shirts,
will
be
auctioned
off.
rical world, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. %
ikewise greatly
without the written request of Mrs.cently returned home from a New York ; sitting on the driver's seat and was commotion in the pigpen. He hurried handkerchiefs, etc.,
W. Cross at their Brevent Rark how©,
Murphy. One-third of the personal prop- hospital, where she was treated for in-1 thrown to the ground by the sudden jolt. t o t n e l ) e na n d s a wa chicken disappear- reduced in price, and there are a numln
The Epworth league of the Navesink -,
erty not included in the bequest to juries to her face, caused by a fall from i He struck the road headfirst and was S down the pig's throat. The pig ber of bargain tables of a variety of
INSANE NEGRO CAUGHT.
ave
goods,
too
small
to
specially
advertise,
Methodist
church held its monthly bttsi- _
Mrs. Murphy is left to his daughter, the back porch of her home. On Fri- i knocked unconscious. He was taken to £
two or three grunts of satisfaction
Ile3S
meeting and sociable last Ttaus- \
Mrs. Catherine McCarty, wifepf Owen day night the boys of Belford serenaded! Dr. Edwin Field's office, where his and then began chasing another chicken, though among them may be "found many Thomas Modelin Gives Authorities'
day night at the church parsonage.
McCarty; another third to Anna Fitz- the couple and were treated to cake and wounds were attended to. Nine stitches M>". Keevey prevented the animal from bargains,
Considerable Trouble.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin
Heath and.'
gerald, wife of John Fitzgerald, and the
g anv"mort-4of
y
the fowls,, and upon
p] i The sale is strictly
y for cash. None of
were necessary to close a cut on his eating
ir
cigars.
Thomas
Modelin,
a
Freehold
negro,
remaining third to Mrs. Murphy. Wilforehead. He has been laid up since counting his poultry he found three pul- the goods specially priced will be sold on who escaped from the officers while be- William' uoiden'atid 7l5ng1jt&',*^I.
Locust
Point,
spent
part
of last wee©
liam H. Bright, a grandson, was left the
lets
and
a
cockerel
missing.
That
afcredit
or
sent
on
approval,
and
no
mail
the accident. The horses started to run
Birthday Surprise P a r t y .
taken to the Trenton asylum in an with friends at Eatontown.
,5
sum of S300, to be paid to him from the
away when Mr. Wack fell from the ternbon he returned the pig to Mr. j orders will be filled. The usual store ing
automobile
a
few
weeks
ago,
and
who
Sidney Appiegate of Belford was 75wagon but they were soon caught.
proceeds of the farm within one year
Johnson,
rule, however, of refunding money for
Mrs. Frances Gold of Leonarda_ja/'
was
caught
and
taken
to
the
asylum
a
..._
„
ears
old
on
July
13th
and
his
daughter,
after the sale. Owen McCarty was
anything found unsatisfactory, will be f e w d a s
making several changes to her residence
made executor of the will, which was Mrs. Albert VanBrunt, got up a surprise
. \ later, escaped from the insti-1 at that place. Herbert Leonard'TmS '
observed.
made May 6th. l!)00. The witnesses party in honor of the birthday. A num- BURIED WITH MASONIC RITES. HORSE SHOT ON BROAD STREET
baturday
a
week
ago.
He
was
i
the contract for the work.
-X
A page advertisement, giving the de- tution
11
were Samuel C. Cowart and William ber of Mr, Applegate's relatives spent :
tails ofH-he sale, will be found or. page j l e "berty until Thursday pight, when i A pavilion has been opened a t the
It
Was
Owned
by
G.
V.
Hope
or
£
—
R
E
G
I
S
T
E
R
this
week.
Dilts of Freehold.
he day with him and several stayed all Death of John W. Cole, a Farmer at
was arrested at his home and taken: Port Monmouth cedars, known now as
ER thi
k
b a c k t 0t l l e
night. Guests were present from Belasylum. Modelin was at-; Camp Woolfe, where »oft drinks he
Shrewsbury and It Broke Its Leg.
Freneau.
Erasmus Bowne of Marlboro town- mar, Trenton, Hightstown, South and
tending a baseball game on the asylum i cream and candy are sold
A
horse
owned
by
George
V.
Hope
of
ship bequeathed to his wife, Margaret Perth Amboy, Hamilton and Belford.
John W. Cole of Freneau died Sun- Shrewsbury broke its leg in Red Bank
PATKICK HOEAN STUNG.
grounds when he slipped_away. He re-! Miss Josie Green of Plattmount is
Bowne, all of his household goods. She A birthday dinner was served at noon. day of last week from asthenia and
is also to receive the rent, interest and Mr. Applegate is in good health and colitis. He went to Freneau a numbqx Satin-day morning and had to be shot. The Sting Leads to the Discovery of a
Mr. Hope had driven to Red Bank and
profits from the property during; her
Lot of Honey.
lifetime as long as she remains his widow. 'rake of Red Bank.
.
believe) Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kraft aart 1
Mr. Bowne directed that a headstone
For the past fourteen years bees had thatModeKn willra
ly regain his right! daughter Helen of Belford are visitinr
be erected over the grave of his father,
made their home under the weather-!m m ( j
i Mrs. Kraft's sister, Mrs. Walter M-xJames Bowne, in the Baptist graveyard Leonardville Folks On a n Outing. ter.
boards of Patrick Horan's house near Aling its leg. Dr. James Mc- lentown. Recently they became a nuis- ;
nard of Brooklyn.
at Cheesequake. The executors were
Jacob
Schnoor
of
Belford
took
a
party
aucteu
wun
masonic
rites.
riarvey
•
.-,
<
*
ducted
with
Masonic
RECEIVER
as
sent
lor.
He
said
the
ASKED FOR.
I Earl
Boyce
at P
P rr oo vv ii dd ee
authorized to execute a mortgage on the
ance and would frequently
, U , U J osting
„,„,.y a student
nt at
e
l l .. B memt
if
Leonardville
folks
out
in
his
fishing
Bronner
of
the
Masonic
lodge
of
Key-;
t
f
'
"
^
",.
ould
not
be
saved
and
advised
c s
ll
k atb
h S-.K
real estate should they deem it necessary,
of the family. The
t h e other morning ,
„
, „ " ~. ,
' P™ t etl
° tal college
spoke
both
^ a t it be shot One of the bystanders bers
in order to provide for the maintenance lioat Sandy Hook on Tuesday of last | Port was in charge of the ceremonies.
Mr. Horan found a bee i
•th
L
a Bra
jee
in
his
trousers
°"
"fh
Hotel
Said
to
be
a
Losing
i
ices
on
Sunday
at;
the
Port
UatUnr.it
Mission church".
had a pistol and he put the animal out and before he got rid of it the bee left
of Mrs. Bowne and the children. The week. The party left Belford about
Investment
MATTHEWS IjNOT INSANE.
of its misery. The horse had been its stinger in his leg. This provoked
will was made September 2d, 1903. Ben- five o'clock in the morning and returned
The
court
of
chancery
has
been
asked
owned by the Hope family many years Mr. Horan and he decided to extermi- ] to appoint a receiver for the Wellingjamin F. S. Brown of Matawan and bout noon. They saw how the fish
Charles Wood of Morganville were the are caught in pound nets and some of Judge Foster Issues an Order Liber- and was a great pet. Mr. Hope valued nate
u
gs»,v.i
the
swarm.
He• got
Augustus
""*" *
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' - t o n inn at Long Branch, which was The new team will play Sunday
them learned how easy it is to get sea•
witnesses.
the horse at ?300.
Stanhope to help him and when they formerly the Daly Pennsylvania club at Mardean.
ating
Him,
sick. Those in the party were Mrs.
Rev. J. E. Sawn, pastor of the Na"-> ,
pulled off the weatherboards they found house. The inn is conducted as a hotel
Sarah Quinn of Long Branch be- amuel Lewis, Jr., Miss Belle Gold,
Cornelius Matthews, a farmer at Ham20O pounds of honey.
i by Mrs. Catherine Daly. The receiver sink Methodist church, took his faswity '/
ueathed to Irene M. Gaskill, in trust Miss Anna Matzkin and Miss Laura ilton, who was recently examined by a Woman Falls from Trolley Car.
i was asked for by Henry Hann, counsel
or her grandson, Whitman Ring Gas- Root.
lunacy commission and committed, was
Mrs. Thomas Letts of Aabury Park
for the estate of the late Al. Adams, the
kill, the sum of $500, which is to be paid
ordered liberated by Judge Foster Thurs- stood up in a trolley car Friday to signal
BURNED BY GASOLINE.
nell steamboat company spent !a»tS'u •
within six months after her death. The
day. Dr. J. T. Rose of Asbury Park the conductor to stop the ear. She
Exhibition of Relics.
executors are directed to apportion her
contended that Mr. Matthews was in- itched headforemost from the car and Lantern Upsets in a Motor Boat on
George Lohsen, of the lirm of Loh- sane. Dr. Henry A. Cotton of Trenton laanded on the brick paved street. The
household furniture among her children
place is being run . i n loss and e re- L / J L ^ M o r m o n ? S
in such a manner as they shall mutually sen & Willett of Belford, has a display said he could discover no trace of insan- woman was cut on the skull at the base
ceiver
was !alked for
„ trip
trin^hSo?X
SI
!
i so that
? he might ' a
tnrougn N
New
agree. The rest of the estate is to be 6f relics in the window ot' the firm's ity in the man and the court refused to of the brain and she sustained contusions
equally divided among her children, Lena drug store. Some of the relics are of issue the commitment.
about the left shoulder and left hip. estate firm of Osborne & Smith of Ocean | outcome of a foreclosure suit brought' <.n™rf
Goff, Irene Ga3kill and Frank C. Quinn the Revolutionary period, while others
T- , ', r " 1 f e w " W with his fat!w\
Grove, was seriously burned Friday night; by a life insurance company, which holds: Tnhi,
Her condition is said to be critical.
John Vanderveer of Navesink
of Long Branch, Laura Cheetham of are of the Civil war and of more recent
by the explosion of gasoline in hia motor the first mortgage of $50,000.
Railroad Man's Anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Walt Havtna ȣ &',!Brooklyn and Flavill Quinn of Chester, date. Among the war exhibits there is
boat,, which was moored on Deal
Lake. !
Lak
ford are entertaining; Albert HaviR,-.
Pa. Frank C. Quinn and William H. an old American flag with thirteen stars
Samuel Patterson celebrated his 25th
Rain Stops Work a t a Mill.
In lilling the tank some of the gasoline
and family of Philadelphia.
'<
Walsh were made the executors of the and a cigar case used by General U. S. year as station agent at Atlantic HighMR. NEVIUS ENDORSED.
A heavy fall of rain at Long Branch was spilled. When he thought the gasowill. The will was made April 11th, Grant while he was in the army. The lands last Thursday. Mr. Patterson early
Miss Blanche Leonard of Bret-cut"'
li had
h devaporated
td S
i t h ttook
k allantern
t
line
Smith
Wednesday
morning
caused
a
shutrelics
were
picked
up
from
time
to
time
1899. Mrs. Quinn added a codicil to the
went to Atlantic Highlands in 1880 and down at Edvvards's mill at Long Branch. to further prepare for the trip. The lan- Jersey Veterans Want Hi, for Corn- Park entertained a number of frfcu-M i
a bathing party on Sunday,
will June 17th, 1907, revoking the be-by Mr. Lohsen.
helped build many of the larger buildings The fly wheel of the engine is below the tern Wiis.upset and an explosion followed.
mander-in-Chief.
Gilbert
quest made to her son, Fnvill, and beGilb
Weeden, who ia omploytv
in the place.. In 1883 he started to work level of a brook and to keep the water Both of Smith's arms wore burned to
quenthed to him one-fifth of her estate in
The New Jersey council of adminis-1
_ ,Sandy. Hook, .ia spending
for the Central railroad company HH an from coming in contract with the belt the elbows and his face wan burned.
William
B
.
Smiley
Dead.
trust. One-third of the money is to be
tration of the Grand Army met at Eliza-; with his family a t Belford.
assistant at the station. IM) was made the wheel is encased in a galvanized
paid to him as soon after her death as
heth Wednesday. Twenty-three mem-'
Mr. and Mrs, Auguatu3 'fnrttotv <••
William Ii. Smiley of Long Branch general agent in 1888, which position he pan. The brook overflowed and forced
possible, the tiecond third is to he paid lied last Tuesday from consumption. still holds.
Visit
t
o
F
o
r
m
e
r
P
a
s
t
o
r
.
hers were present from all parts of the | Belford spent Monday afternoon Will
/
the
pan
out
of
position.
five yeara after her death and the re- When ho was a young man Mr. Smiley
Miss.Margaret Reddington, Miss Mar- state, including Henry M. Neviiu of Ui-d i frienda at LeanardviHe.
mainder ia to be paid ten yeara after went to Long Branei and started in the
Mr. Martin's New Motor Boat.
garet Harkiiyns, Thomas Keddington Hunk. Judge Neviurt wua endorsed for, T. '*• Roberts of New York w^,'
her death.
hotel business, whici he conducted most
Baby Dranlc Creosote. '
and Michael "llnrkayns, all of Belford, the position of commander-in-chief of | Sunday with hia brother, II. 0, Sot^-f
of hia life. He was (>H yearn old. Mr. Harry Martin of Maple avenue lias
i of New Munmouth.
'
" ,
David Heyliui of Long Branch put a wont to Kertianliiville on Saturday and the national (lepartineiit.
George Gray of Long Brunch left all Smiley lost his son William on July lid and sold hisi launch to Hurry Woodall of
John A. Uorden of Anbury Park wan! Leroy E. Henry of Uolford
ia(
of his property to Kdwai-d Jnlmstmi in thiii was a great slock to the father. Monmouth street. Mr. Martin has can of creosote where liin baby, aged spent Sunday with Father O'Connor, HWiirn
l
an department inspector of the ' ployed at Brooks's r r o w r v 'tos.» t
bought n anilbont, which he will convert! seven montlm, could reach it. I'lie child formerly of New Moimiouth, who isstate. inCharles
trust for the support of his wife, Ellen
1!. 1'aiKonsof Red Hank ! laiitk- "••-'•' - ^
(Iray. In the event of her death the
into a launch. A live-hor.'ie power en- ' took a mouthful of the mixture uotoru stationed at Kenmrdsville during the mn installed an cliuu niusteniiR ollicer, ; unanea Dorr of New York siient -«
property is to go to Catherine L. Johnitu mother saw it. Itu mouth and throat absence of the regular pn:;tor. On Sungine will be installed in the boat.
Waltor
Drovrnul
at
Belmar.
nd
Uriah
See-ley
day
afternoon
the.
yotin^
folks,
acy of Newark,, formerly
ston, wife of l'Mward II, Johnston. The
_^,^_
were burned but none of the liquid was
y ' day with hh father, Willietn Docompanied !>y "Father O'i'onnor, took
I'ort Moniuoutli, wan installed as llelford.
Joseph Hill, aged 25 years, n waiter
will wan made July l!;id, 1907.
•—«».•-»—
[ swallowed.
an automobile trip to Mnrriiilown. The patriutic instructor.
Mi". ;uid MI-H. John
Kilward (',. Southard of Freehold town- lit' the Columbia hotil »t Belnmr, dove
Biully Injuroil by a Fall.
I
»..«_.
party li'tuiiiccl homelate Sunday night.
j v
ship left, all hiii properly to hid wife, oil' a jetty in the n»rf near the hotel
While
RoiniT
down
the
basement.
Htcpa
!
Improving
a
Hotel.
Kdward kobertwu of
Cliai'KOtl With Larceny.
Iiibbie A. Hniillmrd. The will wan made Friday aiul wii.silrowtted. Hia thought of the I,awler hotel at Long Branch | ,l(,!40ph C. Eiiehelbach in buildinr a
trrtiiiiK'd
New
York g
April 7th, 11HK1. John W. IIiil.sc> and that 11 ill Kiistained iijuriei to bisi head Wednesday meht, M a Mary Lawlcr ] MCW ,„,„,], ,„, i.j,, Columbia hotel on
A man jiivinif hi.-, niime a:;.I;iad>I*rche
A Btuiday Outiiij^.
M r . a n d M r a . J , <4."
l'klward (1. Fomian of Freehold won ur iipine that rendertd himunconacidiui, fell headlong to,the bottom. Slienprained i w.-ut Front nlrcet and in niakini; other
wan
anr.'iteil
at
I,ting
llraitch
Wi'tliieiiilay
for; a r e e t t i i g
A number '>i the eiiiployccji of Dore
nil hiii body did not rse.
t h e willMMiMOM.
her ankle, wrenched one ol her arms : impiovi ntenlti to tin; place. I'iiulinr,
limit Hroii'. i-.tore went on at11 outinj on a cliiirgi' of itiand larvt.-ny. He was William
Illll
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and badly cut her iiculp.
8t.«,;»<> Wroelted b y Auto.
A iilnge in which wore Chnrlt'ii Bi-owcr,
John Quint), Harry McDnniolii, (i.Hlrnlton nml ,S. White, all iif liung Jtriuirli,
wiut HlriK'k by un automobile at Moninoiilh Ilciich curly Sunday morning.
Th« IIIHKO wan completely wrecked but
tin; <>ectipniit!i were not injured. The
auto if) owned by Kilwaril 1. Iloiiinmn
Hinl Willimn I.nnfT wan tb<> clmulfeur.
TiHtig him nkipped.
Coat anil Che:ltn Btolon.
A coat containing IA'O cliecksi, one for
$10.5(1 mid the other 'or $MII, wan stolen
from 'IViiiienl Qtintlci'iiUinh'H wagon
while it wan tinder n Freehold hotel
idled TlmnidiiY, Mr. ^iiuck:-iiliii:)li lives
at MnglinbtowM. Piiyuent un th(' clKM'kn
wan utopped.
j
I>li'(l lVum Coiiiiuiuptlou.
llnrry Toner, formerly oP Freehold,
died at hiii home in New York .Sunday
of hint week from comiumplioit. Mil
wan ;(H yennt old. He leaven it widow,
who in a daiiKhtcr of the late Richard
O'Donnell ol" Freehold.
j J,,| insi ,,, &, l.'ralcc a t e doiii|.; the work.
Family Houiilon.
The Manuhun family biulu )-eunion al.
I'Uiiuuire Hay limt week. About thirty
per:!on;i wen; pre!\j'iil. Amonn tli(!
giientn were Mm. JiiMvph Hamsun and
Miii. ,1. l'huir of Ked linnk.
Are loll Lottin/i Your Hair?
darputa Altered and Laid.
Umi (irimolizzi'ii " Datidrn-Kun'."
1'nrker Builoy of IC-yport, died Friday,
UpliolHtering in all itu braiich(M) itl, Itetnovei) dmidrulT, prcnerveMi, itrt'esitn
July 17th, nt the tome of lii.'i mollier, Uoiiurl Hnni:o & Smw', Red IHitik. - tho full and promote!! tho growth of tho
ifalr l/allifjst'i Made Over.
huh', llaii no equal. At (IriiKKistii1,
Ann I'llixa Bitlley, isjted BZ yonrn. llisi Ailv.
• Jfliertal niw> mattreuseii mid o.unliion death wan caun«dby paralytlia. Hefiidcfi
JS5c. l'.()c. and $1.00 n bottle. It, i>i sold
It )iiiyn to advertise in. Till'! HcutiiTl-jR. by Vanderveer and Minton, 1U«1 Ilnnlc.
i tan.' lit nht>rt notice Unhurt Hnncii'& hln tnothor ho »«avos a half-ltrothtir,
/l('u.
i
-Adv.
Alfred Kin|{ninn''uf K«nnnburg.
ijona, V.ii4 Jinmk,'™Adv.
lion
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down tin1 river on .Sunday in Flunk 1'. charged with having Mold alriickload of
Diekinun'i; hainrh Red Hank. They wiiit'ii helongini; to it New York hou:
were ucomnpanii'd by about n do/.eu ' liy whom hi' was oinployed.
fricndii. They lamlod on the dyke iicur
Hpcrinareli covi; iiinlpliiycil ball, I teadcil
Nmv Htorn *>n l^ront. Hti'«H)t.
hard cliiuiM, (lug noft cliun.':, mid hud n Diu'ciiiii!! Itruii. h i t v e r e n t i!il otte of
good day of i;eni'|-nl liappiiii'H.'i mid t h e i r i;t(ire biiililingM on W e s t f r o n t
fciifivily.
utivet l.o Mm. Suiiun Hcnnett tif k<«l
Hank, who will o p n i a bulu^ry a n d conDeath «f Matnwnn Itt-Blilmit.
fectionery bu:iiiie:i:i a b o u t Iho middle of
,
JciDine Siiyduin, who bud lived a l i n e x t month.
Mnliiwau nil hiri lift), died Sundiiy of
!
A
taper
in
Hvery
Home.
lnat week from a timiplicHtioii of dliseiuit'M. lie WUH in hilt Vlltl yi.)«r. llo 'I'liG KL'Kil.'lTKK Hi n wok'tiniK }\nr;\
Icavoi! it witlow, two tluui:lit(;rrt nml a 4,'BHt hdindfi every wtxsk, A in>wf<pi»ni •
lion. One of hiii d:iui,;liters> in Mrs.with Tiite Riiiiifrren'si ciccuktlmt u v
Joiic.ph Itnkorof Rod Hank,
goo*!
entcrtniniut;
KI-.MK;
vi.iiled NUVPH
of «
fro ta
of Atlna|i<r
Mm Mury ^ w
turned Now V nrk SBWutWho)
Mi'M. O, ' i i •
,
lortainiiij • •
A hot •
! ,'
put in t h e ' . , ] , ,
', ,•
Aucmtti •
..
i i laid Ul)*
.
i-*V.~
Store Closes a t S. P . M. Wednesdays ISurlng July and - Augusfixtt
Woman Have on Uuplem',',
esvsi Experience at the Beach. „,
' • J w c i^dsg woineii who were visiting
-feae ':'!• i week had an unpleasant ex"r^a'<*'n.;u Friday night. The women
-wail to tha shore dressed in the height
'«.* ffcriuen. They had been a t the beach
Only "* short time when some boys and
• ;~f>-.,t.>> men at the Sheehan camp began
of Dry Goods and General Merchandise purchased at the H. B. Claflin Sale. We can
" j h " them about their clothes,
collected and. the girls got
assure you that seldom, perhaps never, have you been able to secure such extraordinary
pnd yelled.for help.
Mrs.
J.
S.
p
heurotbe'Kirls'
values as we now offer.
yt
o e K i r l s ' crie
cries and she ea* ,-or(i8 -ticiii to their boarding; house.
Tfeo aiTair has created a demand for an
S&<CFZ to be Btattoned a t t h e beach.
Neti Aumack bought a new horse last
•sioek and the animal has cut up BO many
eepura that Mr, Aumack will have to
L a w n s , Cambrics, P |
laiy a new wagon. LaBt Friday afterThiB season's makes, j J
A Bpecial purchase *j*J,.
side band effects, etc., ! | i P
bn while driving past Brehm's barber
some sold at 25c., others I IV/
enables us to offer 50c. WJkja
W4J
dwp, the
got frightened
rig
worth
10c.
to
121c
at.
^/ty
h horae
h
at a passat
38c,
your
choice
at.
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Ruffle
Curtains at
p
kick.
ing automobile and began
b g tto k
ik O
One
it hind
h i d legs
l g got
i th
g tt caught
g ht in
•ifff its
the front
whtt
Mr. Whitehead
h l andd it fell. M
W h i h d went
to Mr. Aumaek's assistance and before
tli3 horse's leg was freed, Mr. WhiteA manufacturer's stock of SHIRT WAISTS, worth
isecd was bitten by the horre and Mr.
$9.00, $12.00 and $18.00 a dozen, at
Aumaclc was kicked on the ankle. The
wagon was wrecked.
Whitehead'B drug store has been renovated and the ice cream parlor is ready
for the cummer rush. The ice cream
parlor has been painted and fitted with
new curtains.
Mull, Swiss and Lace
Some of our b e s t
The Holmdel Baptist Sunday-school
Our entire stock just
Caps, lace and embroid- <|A
selling $2, $2.50 and
srent lait Wednesday here on its annual
put in, 2 lots at 98c,
ery trimmed, w o r t h uv%>
f*$P
$3 styles for quick selljjiL-nic The trip was made in stages
and
50c,
75c.
and
98c,
a
t
.
.
ing
at
and \vnf?<inR. The farmers of Holmdel
and vicinity held their annual pienje
hprc last Saturday. They also came by
u, and it waa strictly a stag affair.
l»')ief c Ezekiel
Olcott is building a
CORSETS AT CUT PRICES
Self-Reducing
'' ' l1'y avenue for his own octf
The building is 28x28 feet,
W.
B.,
American
Lady
and
$3.00
Corsets
g K i an L 12x12 feet. The work is in
*<ji:in;eof John Tiltonand will be finished
R. & G. at 55c.
at $2.79.
RED BANK, N. J.
is about two weeks. The house will
have eight rooms and will cost about
$2,000.
Fred Zahn, who is employed by the
New Point Comfort Beach company, is vvvvvvvvvvvVVvvvvvvvvwvvy vvvvvvvvvvwyvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvwv
building a house on Murray avenue for
his own occupancy. Mr. Zahn is doing
Ilia own work at odd times and expects
to have the house finished by fall. The
building is 14x25 feet and contains four
rooms. The house is on a lot 60x125
feet. Next year Mr. Zahn will build n
largo addition to the present building,
'jfhe house now being built will cost
about $700.
Mr. and Mrs. William Aumaclc and
daughter Pauline spent part of last
week with friends at West Key port.
A party of colored folks from JameBburg spent Saturday here. They made
. the trip by stages.
The Keanaburg creek meadows are
being ditched with a mechanical digger
to drain the stagnant pools and prevent
mosquitoes from breeding.
The Great Dane dog belonging to
Garrett S. Wright got'in a fight with
John Broander's dog Saturday morning.
Mr. Broander's dog was nearly killed
Jijefore the dogs could be separated.
('Three narrow escapes from drowning
eeurred at Gamp Jahn last week. In
IRK'case, the person was a visitor to
p shore for the day and got into the
lie recently made by the sand pump.
1i«y were rescued by men on the pump
Raw.
! The junior league of St. John's Methods* church of Keyport enjoyed an outf* here last Thursday.
\Misa Lillie Ahern is one of the con' ietitants for a gold watch at the New
Monmouth Catholic church fair.
Summer Wash Ooods
Belts, Neckwear end Aprons
Striped Ruffle Curtains
59c, 79c and 98c. each
Infants' Hats and Caps
Jumper Dresses
Girls' Tub Dresses
•59c
your state of health, you can
purchase real estate, stocks,
bonds or mortgages if you
have the money. When it
comes to the matter of Life
Insurance it is very different.
The
COLT'S NECK NEWS.
RED BANK, N. J.
I Monmouth Street,
"i.ii,.
, '.;.-.• jli.l!'- and her mm William arc
•'.. - .:•-.: vi-. l? Lou in Wuobber.
an<1crv<3cr, who is und<!r
ahoifJ fever at tho Long
»IB doiii|j well and l»'r
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and
:.«ir jn-jmJ"! A . - - Adv.
Monmouth Contracting Company
T.-topli.inu 127. ItED BANK, N. J .
General Contracting Grading
nnil Carting.
J h o picnic
pnic
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un (
rlmrch (rroiinda.
•n\tii<'n will h-1 tin) cliiuic, hit.linij nnwihwt
t\ini Uiv f.alo tti fancy
REB BAlfi
-AT-
LOUIS PRATE'S,
BF^OAD ST., RED BANIC.
CHAPTER 19
We keep not only a complete assortment of the finest foreign and tropical
fruits, but also the finest fruits and vegetables produced on Monmouth county
farms.
ORDINANCE CONCERNING DOGS.
Be it ordained by the Council of tho Borough of
Bed Bank:
Sec. 1. Nodofr Bhall be suffered to go at large in
the Borough of lied Bank from June twenty-first
to September twenty-first, except such as shall be
properly muzzled about the nose securely f aBtened,
so as to prevent said dog from bttinir.
Sec. 2. One or more persons shall be appointed
by the Borough Council whose duty it shall be to
caUBC all dogs found running at large unmuzzled
contrary to section one, to be taken up and impounded for the upace of twenty-four hours, and
the person BO taking or impounding a dog shall
give immediate notice thereof to the owner if
known, and easily found, and the owner of nuch
doff shall be prompt to redeem the same any timo
before the expiration of said twenty-four hours,
upon the payment of one dollar to the person takinp or impounding such dog, and if such dog is not
redeemed as aforesaid it shall be the dnty of the
person taking or impounding, to kill and bury such
Goods Delivered.
doff and for his Bervices he shall be entitled to receive the sum of one dollar, and the Mayor is hereby authorized to draw his warrant for the same in
'avor of such person, upon the borough collector.
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pound doirs as aforesaid may impound them in his
own lot, yard, or other enclosure, until redeemed
BH aforesaid, and such person shall report each day
in writing to the Borough Clerk the number of
doffs BO killed and buried as aforesaid.
Sec 4. Any person who shall hinder or molest
any person engaged in carrying into effect the provisions of this ordinance shall be punished by a
fine not exceeding ten dollars, or by imprisonment
not exceeding ten days.
Approved April 20th, 1908,
Orders may'be given by telephone,
No. 1O8-J.
nrasl
SEAIHGHT.
Finit-elniiM tetunn. Tryusi on your
Yurda ut N. J. S. It. It. tunl ltnilrouil nveiiuo, Red Bnnk ; Front Direct,
Kod Han& ; Kivor ntroet, Konbriglit,
P. E. f>6tlCE, IPmwItitiiit.
heavy nirtinit.
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Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of Cement Building material, Hollow Building Blocks, Lintils, Sills, Water
Tables, Coping, Freize, Pillars, Columns, Capitals, ChimneyBlocks, Fancy^Gate Posts, Fence Posts, Sidewalks, Curbs,
Gutters, Floors, etc. Also Cement Shingles and Brick, Broken
Stone and Gravel.
Portland Cement, Building Sand, Gravel and Broken Stone
for sale.
As General Contractors, will give estimates for entire construction of Houses and other Buildings, of any material ; d o
the work and furnish the best material available.
Plans and specifications furnished, or will estimate upon
other plans.
Come and see us when you are ready to build.
47-5! iSSurewsbtary Avenue,
RED BANK, N. J.
Telephone 9-L.
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OLDEST ESTABLISHED.
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A. C. HARRISON,
Clerk.
JOHN T. TETLEY & SON,
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DEALERS IN
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Daily and Weekly Papers, |
OF
H a n s o n (&L v$on,
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VVvijnci'diiv-
Notice is hereby' given that all
dogs running at large in the Borough of Red Bank between June
21st and September 2ist, must be
securely muzzled, so as to prevent
said dogs from biting, or they will
be taken and dealt with as provided in the ordinance concerning dogs, which is as follows :
31
Boys Having Great Sport Swimming
in the Millpond.
The boys of the village are having
jjvcat Bport swimming in the millpond.
t-lost of them are fanners' sons who
fclisve to work during the day. About |
fsix o'clock every day they go the millpond and sport in the water until dark.
Mrs. Luke Pryor is confined to hor
hoube with sickness. Dr. Ely of Marlioro is attending her.
\MissHoeyof Freehold spent last week
rifth her Sister, Mrs. John Slupleton.
We are prepared ID sft up monuments in cemeteries at prices which will be found very low
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Smith and Miss
when
the quality of material and the character of the work is taken into consideration. Some
(Martha Smith of Staten Island and Mr.
months ago we sent to the ijranitL'-quarries a large order (or monuments to be made up from deland Mrs. Williams and Charles Williams '
' of Brooklyn have returned from a viBit
signs furnished by us. We can sell these monuto William Prothero.
ments at the uniform price of §100. They have
John Giberson is sufTi'rinjr from siclc• neas. He ia confined to the house, but
proven very popular because of the" artistic charhis sickness is not considered serious.
acter of the work and the low price. We have sold
Mrs. Applegate of New York has rea number of them, and in every case the purchasers
turned from a visit to Charles Prothero.
A pony owned by Philip Stryker, who
have been more than pleased. It was only by orliven between this place and Vnndcrdering these monuments in very large quantities
burjr. • was taken sick last week. A
swelling on the pony's side was lanced
that we were enabled to get them at figures which
by Dr. Ileed of Freehold and the animal
permit us to sell them at $100, and they are be"* iss now all right. The pony is a great
\ favorlfe with the children in the neighyond question the finest monument ever offered at
' borhood.
anywhere near the price named.
Everett Matthews, who haB been employed on a ranch at Tuscan, Arizona,
ss lit his home here.
For those who want a more elaborate monuMr. and Mrs. Jack Lawrence spent
ment, we can furnish monuments in a great variety
last week at New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Smith of Marlboro
of sizes and styles, at prices ranging from $i'oo up.
have been visiting Mrs. Smith's mother,
We have a "number of styles of monuments in our
Mrs). Mary Brindley.
Peter Decker, who wna overcome
yards, ready for immediate delivery. Orders for
with the heat two weeks ago, is immonuments of any special design will be made up
proved and is nblo to be nbout.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Taylor spent
and furnished in a short time and at reasonable fig!ant week at Philadelphia.
ures.
Mr. and Mrs. William Hartshorne
have been visiting at Middlelown.
Mr. mid Mrs. Carl Kchsicfcrof Brook We do everything in the line of flagstone work,
"•-Vlynare fijesta of Mrs. Schaefer's father,
"vaScurbing, etc. We carry a large supply of flagstone
Louis F-iircl, Sr.
!*'&-•({ Conover and Henry Francin took
«'»' curbstone constantly on hand, and can do this
EIIECTED IN ncNWOtm CEMETERY
*~~S piii'ty of young folks on a atrawride
work cit verv short notice.
U> Pleasure Bay a few days ago.
JAMESBUltG, N. J .
MiJ. Harry Hulicli has recovered from
afleriouHsickness.
Slirlincl Dugnn oC Motilrose lost two
htH'tea last week. The hornes died from
becoming overheated.
The creamery company has awarded
' Fwfl Luther the contract to carry milk
from the creamery at this place to Anbury J'urk. Mr. Luther willl get $5 for
eni'U day that his team covers the route.
Mr. aiid Mrs. Howard MnUhewu and
*T"i. "tV.ui" n MqUhewgiipunL Friduy at
i
Notice to Dog Owners in the
Borough of Red Bank.
The office of the Clerk
of the Borough of Red
Unless your health is good
Bank will be found in Boryou cannot obtain one dolough Hall, on Monmouth
lar's worth. If you are not
Street, and will be open
carrying e n o u g h insurance
for the transaction of pubnow. you had better secure
lic business daily from 9:00
more before a possible change
A. M. to 12:00 M., and from
of health debars you.
2:00 to 5:00 p. M
The Right Policy is the NEW Low-Cost Policy of
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Fine Fruits!
Fresh Vegetables!
BOOKS, MAGAZINES, STATIONERY
AND CIGARS.
Special Election.
10 BROAD STREET,
<'~'*.v~*.
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£
RED BANK, N. I.
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To the Legal Voters of the East- j
ern District of t h e Township of
Shrewsbury.
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Notice is hereby given that a special |
election will be held in the Eastern District of the Township of Shrewsbury,
on
Tuesday, August I8(h,
1908, to determine upon the retention
or rejection of the
Voting Machine
now in use in said election district.
Polls will be opened at 6 o'clock,
A. M., and closed at 7 o'clock, p. M.
The polling place will be at the house of
the
2:29^.
Black Stallion foaled May 9th, 1897.
15-3 hands high. Sired by Kansas, 2:
First dam Julia Wilkes, by Governor Wilkes,
6513
Fair Haven Fire Company
in the village of
Fair Haven, W. J.
A. C. HARRISON,
Clerk of the Township of Shrewsbury.
Dated July 17th, 1908.
Lincroft Training
EDWARD FRANCIS, Proprietor.
f
Owners of dogs which
have been taken by the
official Dog Catcher of the
Borough of Red Bank can
redeem their dogs by
making application at the
sewer works b u i 1 d i n g,
where dogs taken by the
Dog Catcher will be held
forty-eight hours before being destroyed.
What's more beneficial than good
fresh air |?
Use \ :as for lighting and cooking^—your
work is d>ne early and you have a chance
to consmie a great deal of nature's tonic.
Try t and see the improvement.
LET Up ESTIMATE ON YOUR SERVICE.
I
60 BROAD STREET, RED BANK, N. J.
s
c o n s t a b l e coats
:ti- li). S. V. S t u l t s , s t a t i o n e r y
for Clerk'a office
17 Marlon P. B o w m a n , c o n s t a ble costs
i-S J o s e p h
McDermott,
per
diem attendance at court.
23 J a m e s G. A p p l e g a t e , c o n s t a b l e costs
30 George
H. Van Winkle,
constable costs
31 Archie
Furchunta,
Interpreter's fees
,'...
32 Jolm Fredericks, constable
costs
33 W. V. Walline, constable
fees
34 Charles K. Strong, county
detective's fees
3 50
penses
school orders
5,433 22 353 C. B. Barkalow,
•. i n i n u r d K i r ^ ^ - " ^ s t&x ><**.> a ? £
justice
136 Charles L. Stout, stationZiZ J o s e p h U. Donahay, school
coats
21 00 i0 Harry AtrmtXdv, ji c t* "I
ery. C o u n t y Board of T a x orders
4,221 07 54 C. ii. Barkalow,
dental e x p i u a r * . . . . . . . .
justice
ation
244, C. Gordon l l y r e s , sdchobi
23 0') iiu li. H. Joiirw^^, tifcan»r' ,
costs
UJ7 C h a r l e s L. Stout, s a l a r y a s
orders
3,959 48 55 Matthias Plum, stationery
board of lun.iti* s ..,.,,,-..»
136 (JO
of the
s e c r e t a r y County Board of
245 Robert ('}. rooh;, cashier,
471 H . T . F a r t r e * . , 6 < i \ . l ( t « i*,tt«
Hi George II. Van Winkle,
102 00
Taxation
school orders
l,ltiS 18
SO 00
tiered coronas . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,
constable costs
9 60
133 a. J . "Woolley, services run24fj A b r a m liorton, school o r 472 C l a u d e V. Q u t r l u , t i l i i t j x y
J7 <ieorge .11. Van Winkle,
5 33
dered coroner
ordcrs
2 752 84
30 00
appropriatloii . . . . . . .
ron.stable costs
35 00
lZ'J M a 1n a l a p a n Light Co., light247 I. IJ. Ivlwards,
cashier,
SS W. L. Conover, justice costs
2 »5 473 Jolm A. Deftoch«» mUIt^iy
45 50
ing K n g l i s h t o w n b r i d g e . , .
G 00
school orders
4,G00 41 o'J J. Frank Patterson, constaapp ropriation . .
.40 J o h n W, Craig-, l a u u r on ,
24S William K. Warn, school
ble costs
474 F. M. Taylor Publtbhtn^
COO
bridges, M a n a l a p a n . ,
rj is
ord e r s
7,017 54 3*10 J. Frank Patterson, constaCo., p r i n t i n g
,.»......
41 "William 1^. Story, labor on
24'J J o h n R. Allaire, scnool o r 475 J o h n M. S m i t h , uau uf oct-ible costs
:..
150
bridg-es, Freehold
dcrs
1,110 4G
17 96
per on roatts
•-A bra ham 1'errino, consta12 W. V. Reynolds, s a l a r y as
250 Jalin II. Davis, Jr., schoul
ble costs
3 02 47G 11. W. B u c k , s a l a r y a s road
of the Comity of Monmqntli, State of
815
engineer
80 00
ord f r s
23,530 57 %-2 Milo IT. (Jreifo. justice costs
s
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p
e
r
v
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s
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r
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20 50
43 Jacob C. Taylor, l a b o r MidNew Jersey.
231 "William A. F o u n t a i n , school
477 H. W. B u c k , s a l a r y u s i ^ a d
2*13 William McDermott, Jr.. la108 50
dle town road
133 10
orders.
4.S9S 45
supervisor from Doc. i3*ft
bor court house
31 25
41 Jesse P. Manahun, labor
35 C.
B.
Barkalow,
justice
252 Josepl^fW. Johnston, school
to January, 1W/
3')1 Frederick A. White, labor
Report of ASHER T. APPLEGATE,
10 75
Monmouth Beach road . . . .
costs
150 00
o r d o r ^ vj.;-.
3,CC2 -13
478 J. M. D. V a n Mater, labor
t o u r t house and jail
County Collector of Monmouth County,
36 C, B. B u r k a l o w ,
Justice
45 J o s . L. Butcher, l a b o r Adel2J3 C.• Ackfir^on, c a s h i e r , scliool
on Matawan ro,id
•,
Frederick A. White, labor
from the 8th day of January, l'JOS, to
43 00
phia road
costs
10100
o rde r s
, . 1,621 74
479 Joseph Murphy, labor Bercourt house and jail
the 1st day of July, WOS.
37 A. J C S t o k e s , a s s i s t a n t
4G J a c o b C. Taylor, l a b o r MidW i l l i a m G. Conover, s c h o o l
sen's Mills road
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LJorno Scryinsev Co., supASHER T. APPL13GATE, County Col125
00
prosecutor's salary
d l e t o w n road
„
' 236 20
orders
2,977 09
plies for engine hout!
19 S3 450 J. E. Robbins, labor Perlector, in account . w i t h Monmouth
47 H. C. Snyder, l a b o r un
3S F r a n c i s E. Tllton, j u s t i c e
Charley Van Mater, cashier,
3(57 John IT. Dc i I i s<?, supplies
rineville road
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County.
7 85
• , bridges. Marlboro
15 50
costs
school orders
4,655 14
for court houso
2 81 451 J. F. Shanley Oo. stone for
STATEMENT.
.
IS S. Morris Gordon, labor on
3J) R. H . C. T h o m p s o n , i n c i d e n 25C Cha.r,h.'H Vsm Mater, CaHhier,
Mary McGowan, labor court
Norwood A\ enue road , . 10S BG
bridges, Manalapan
45 05
tal e x p e n s e s
school ordcr.H ..,..*
G.CC7 24
im John L. Ely, labor Bradevelt
Total amount of receipts ,from
49 E. J. K e a c h , tending- Ocean40 A r t h u r
W . K>Uy,
court
C. E : " .IP. H o t r i c k , s c h o o l
S.
Ko.^uiigarden,
supplies
road
January 8, 1908, to J u l y 1..
ic d r a w b r i d g e
CO 00
100 00
stenographer's fees
April 0.
for jail
4S3 p. S. Weeks, labor CoJtS
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-15.8U3 79
1308
SG6I.313 BO
50. N. J. S t a t e Village for E p i 41 Arthur W. Kelly, transcript
-5S Gar rut/' -Deniso,
Cashier,
Neck road
370 Harvey S. Brown, examin31 80
leptics, b o a r d i n d i g e n t p e r Total
amount
of
disbursetestimony for prosecutor.
Received from G e o r g i a n n a Van
Hclioo*! o r d e r s
Atlantic
Highation lunacy case
9,178 96
10 00 484 Borough
sons
'.
COG 5 4
ments
from
J a n u a r y 8,
42 W . E. McDonald, c o r o n e r ' s
Schoiuk, for i n t e r e s t on
lands,
sprinkling1
stone
H a r r y Cnmpbell, C a s h i e r ,
371 John li. Gravatt, coroner's
SI 20 51 Shore E l e c t r i c Co., l i g h t i n g
1308, to J u l y 1, 1908
659,295 57
bond
fees
school ord era
fees
road
2,314 S51
bridges
C4 00 2*;o J. XV. S. Campbell, C a s h i e r ,
43 C. I J . L O W , l a b o r o n b r i d g e s
Received
from
Franklin
L.
ZT1 ]C. O. Bacon &. Co., stationJ. S. White, justice costs.9 ES
152 00 :52 William D. Lyicos, s a l a r y
Neptune
t 5,047 03
Groff, for Interest on bond
75 00
school o r d e r s
ery
•
&
G James
White,
constable
4,764 S7
'as j a n i t o r
50 00
44 Edward L. Alley, labor on
373 Charles A. Koeniyr. consta
costs
I.
li. E d w a r d s , C a s h i e r ,
45
20
1
5
3
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s
,
Middletown
April
22.
hip
costs
school orders—Rod B a n k . . 11,178 11
L
&
7 John R. Snedoker, constaT h e balance is deposited in t h e fola r y a s a s s i s t a n t engineer
50 00
45 M. P . Yard, l a b o r on bridg-es
ble costs
!!74 Joseph McDermott, taxing
lowing b a n k s , t o w i t :
151 Samuel Roaengardun, s u p Heceived from F . II. SchloMiddletown
.SS II. M. Nevius, prosecutor's
coats, indexing records, &c
F i r s t National B a n k of ManaJ a n u a r y 27th.
plies
for
jail
2125
niann,
for
interest
on
bond
G
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B
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r
o
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s
Co.,
m
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salary and telephone ex375 Martin L. Ferris, justice
squan
$ C5 45
3. F . Shanley Co., r e s u r f a c ials for bridges, Middledeceived
from
Franklin L.
penses
C«i3t3
F a r m e r s ' a n d Merchants' Bank
2C2 C h a r l e s XL W a r d e n , C a s h i n g Long Branch a n d A s 17 28
t o w n a n d {Shrewsbury . . . .
Groff, for interest on'bond
75 OO
139 Charles A. Koeniff, constaof M a t a w a n
GS 92
ier, school o r d e r s
2,G94 1G 37G John W. Campbell, constab u r y Parity road
3,943 15
47 O. J. Warden, labor on
ble costs
-.
ble costs
00
F a r m e r s ' N a t i o n a l B a n k of Al203
Charlt-s
Van
Mater,
C
a
s
h
15G Cornelius Lambertson, labridges? S h r e w s b u r y . . . . . .
May 11.
190 Peter
Griffln,
constable
lentown
1S5 06
ier, school o r d e r s
1,611 29 377 Louis Finegold, fi^ea as inbor Matawan road
14 70 2')4 H.
43 S. C. Applegate, labor uu
costs
terpreter in court
UP
K e y p o r t B a n k i n g Company
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287 32
A. S u t p h i n , C a s h i e r ,
157
J.
E.
Robbins,
lauor
Perbridges,
Neptune
Received from George W. P a t 191 Peter
Griffin,
constable
' Second National B a n k of Red
orders
7,597 00 37S C. Asa Francis; transporrineville road
14 00 2ti5 Eschool
49 J o s . S. Applegate, J r . , labor
terson, Jr., for board of
tation fees of prisoners . . .
costs
51 12
Bank
:
679 E0
d m u n d K. Dayton, C a s h i e r ,
158 M i c h a e l
Mulvihill,
labor
on bridges, M i d d l e t o w n . . . .
Lillie F. Cook a t asylum..
E
192 A. P, Johnson, court crier'a
Atlantic
Highlands
National
school o r d e r s
13,434 36 379 A. J. c. Stokes, assistant
F
a
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Haven
road
8
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0
&
0
F
r
a
n
k
Challender,
labor
on
prosecutor's salary •.
125 00
salary
Bank
150 95
2tJG H e n r y
Joline,
Cashier.
1
20 00 159 M. C. Burns, labor Norwood
bridges, Neptune
May 13.
193 M. H. Crego, justice costa..
4.B m
L o n e B r a n c h B a n k i n g Comschool o r d e r s
1,728 47 3S0 'J . W. Colyer, conveyances
A v e n u e road
55 30
51 H. B. Pitcher, plans a n d
for prosecutor's olllee
194 Arthur W. Keilcy. court
pany
35 68
1
G
0
H.
C.
Snyder,
l
a
b
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P
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n
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s
specifications
for
b
r
i
d
g
e
.
.
.
Received from Klmer E.' P o l 351 HI wood M i n u g h , c o n s t a b l e
stenographer's salary and
F i r s t N a t i o n a l Bank of Red
J
a
n
u
a
r
y
13,
190S.
Corner road
17 00
hemua for old plank sold.
1 25 52 Artilicial Stone Co., pipe
234 22
supplies
costs
Bank
«H
01 50 IC1 A. C. Krrickson, l a b o r I r o n
for c u l v e r t s , Neptune
Received from Matthias "Wool195 John B. Foster, iudge'a salCitizens' National B a n k of
•±tf R. K. K. R o t h f r i t z , h e a d 352 J. B. Rue, county detecOre road
143 G2
ley, for old iron sold
12 50 53 A. H o w e l l Miller, l a b o r o n
ary
52 96
Long Branch
282 92
s t o n e s for d e c e a s e d s o l tive's
lVes
and
expenses
.
.
102 William H. P a t t e r s o n , lab r i d g e s , Wall
<..
Received from E d g a r I. Van49G XV. A. Fountain,
justice
National
Freehold
Banking
diers
45 00 383 H. M. Nevius, prosecutor's
bor Blue Bali road
54 D. W. J o n e s , l a b o r o n
dervoer.
Collector,
his
costs
Company
812 02
2tIS Joseph II. .Bryan, services
salary and telephone ex163 Kphraim Laird, labor Engb r i d g e s . Wall
chock for old lank bought
497 Josepii Johnson, constable
rerulered coroner
C e n t r a l N a t i o n a l B a n k of F r e e 5 OO
penses
'
lish town road
421 75 2C9 Charles W. Seiler, services
by Freehold township . . . .
6 92 55 M. C. G a r l a n d , m a t e r i a l s
SE K> ' f 8
costs
hold
12189
•H. L. Irwirt, justice costs..
164 P o i n t
Pleasant
Electric
for
bridges, Ocean a n d
Received f r o m
Thomas R.
498 Edward W. Remaen, constarendered coroner
13 30 5S5 James M. Walling, constaF i r s t N a t i o n a l B a n k of S p r i n g
6
SO
Light
Co.,
lighting
ManaShrewsbury
Woolley, Comptroller^ his
ble costa
ble costs
Lake
MOS
sq nan draw
42 50 270 Harry E. Shaw, services
56 Leon A. L i t t l e , l a b o r o n
check on account taxes
499 XV. D. H u l s e ,
constable
50 00 3SG Charles D. Reeae, handcuffs
F i r s t N a t i o n a l B a n k of L u n g
rendered coroner
11 25 1*55 Oceanic Hook a n d Ladder
due
from
Long" Branch
bridges, Middletown
costa
(2 pairs and 1 pair twist271 W i l l i a m H . Slocum, s e r Branch
i5G 64
Co.,
election
expenses
2
5
0
0
Borough
2,584 55 57 A n d r e w
Crane,
tending
500 W. D. Hulse, justice costs..
21 09
5 00
ers)
vices rendered coroner . . . .
F i r s t N a t i o n a l B a n k of F r e e Belford
drawbridge and
IRS J. W. Danser, material for
constable
108 00 5M W. D. Hulue,
Maxcy Applegate, printing
272 John A. Ilowland, sergeant
hold
437 89 Received from David S. Crater,
27 06
supplies
bridges. Atlantic
200 21
Surrogate, his check for
16 00
costa
SOW
75 00
Maxcy Applegate, printing
at arms, per diem . . . . . . ; . .
A s b u r y P a r k a n d Ocean Grove
167 Joseph McDermott, indexfees from Surrogate's of6 00 5012 Howard W. Parker, consta5S O. J .
Melee,' l a b o r o n
W
» Maxcy Applegate, printing
273 F r e e h o l d G a s L i j j h t Co.,
Bank
167 34
•'1
ing old grantee deed books
fice to May 13, 1908
DGO 8 8
3S70
ble costs
bridges, Shrewsbury
4!2 10
15 00 DO Maxcy Applegate, printing
g a s c o u r t house a n d j a i l . .
Seacoast N a t i o n a l B a n k
9114
(special)
1,311 24 274 W i l l i a m Malchow, h e a d Received from Atlantic High503 W. T. Hoffman, expenses
3!)l W. E. McDonald, ten corO.
J.
Melee,
labor
on
F i r s t N a t i o n a l B a n k of E n g lfiS Maxcy Appleg-ate, print ing
39 CO
lands National Bank, for
County Board Taxation...
5 00
13S
. oner's certificates
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B4D 97
1G9 Remington Typewriter Co.,
loan on County Note, No.
504 A. Robinson, election exror bridges
dier
15 00 3i)2 XV. K. McDonald, coroner's
stationery
:
15
10,00OO<
penses
fees
bridges, Ocean
437 57
275 L. C. A y e r s , t e n d i n g Goose
5 5,047 93
170 A r t h u r XV. K e l l y , t r a n s c r i p t
Received from K e y p o r t B a n k 505 Elwood T. Reed, election
31)3 C. Knecht, services renderO. F. Beutel, labor on
Net;
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RECEIPTS.
, copy testimony for proseing C o m p a n y , for loan on
penses
,
;
ed
coroner
brodges. Ocean & Shrews27G C. G. V a n Note, m a t e r i a l s
cutor
65 70
County Note, No. 1G ..'.
5,000 OC
.06 Elliott Fisher Co., Incidenbury
for
bridg-es
54 00 3!U W. L. Conover, justice costa
1903.
171 Arthur' W. Kelly,
court
Received from S e a c o a s t N a tals
3!>5 Gilbert Combs Co., coal for
O. F\ Beutel, labor on
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stenographer's salary
t i o n a l B a n k , for loun o n
J a n u a r y 8.
engine house
- '••*439 0G 507 H. W. Ingling, examination
bridges, ocean & ShrewsSeabriyht draw bridge . .
70 00
C o u n t y Note, No. 17
5,000 OC
lunacy case
fflfi Patrick McCuo, labor Red
row
bury
15 50 172 D. E . R o b e r t s , s e r v i c e s r e n 27S Albert Patterson, tending
..$133,531 39 Received from A s b u r y P a r k
T o balance on hand
dered coroner
5 00
174 20 508 R. Forman Barkalow, BalBank road
C. Asa Francis, court exPleasure
Bay
draw
bridge
Received from Benj. J. P a r k e r ,
nry
and
Ocean Grove B a n k ,
3
1
(
7
John
White,
labor
Manalapenses, October term, 1907. 7.002 05 173 R. R. Mount & Son, burial
and helper
Collector
of S h r e w s b u r y
indigent
persons
;
for l o a n o n C o u n t y N o t e ,
pan
road
509
W.
V.
Reynolds,
salary
80 IS
William C. Taylor, labor on
279 Paul C. Taylor, labor on
Township, h i s check o n
174 A. R. Todd, s e r v i c e s r e n d e r No. 18
5,000 OC
3t)S Matthew Mullen, labor on
510 John Stapleton, labor on
23
bridges, Howell
bridges, Neptune
account taxes, 1907
13,419 92 Received from F r e e h o l d M u t u a l
ed
coroner
5
00
bridges,
Middletown
and
bridges,
Atlantic
_.
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.
Woolley,
l
a
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on
A. P. ~
2S0 Donegan & Swift, materReceived from E l i z a b e t h C r a w 175 S. A. Diabrow, services renShrewsbury
J. W. Danser, lumber for
L o a n Association, for l o a n
bridges, Howell
ials for bridges, Neptune..
ford, for loan on C o u n t y
399 Prank E. Price, labor on
dered coroner
5 00
bridges, Atlantic
12138
on County Note, No. 19.... 15,000 0C
Holmes II. Matthews, labor
Donegan & Swift, materNote, No. 1
20,000 00 Received from J . 5VI. P o l h e m u s ,
bridges,
Middletown
°40
0
0
^
Monmoutli
Democrat,
print5
1
2
W. B. Duryea, stationery..
on bridges, Howell
ials for bridges, Neptune
n
400 Frank R. Price, labor on
Received
from
William S.
ing
513" Levy
for loan o n C o u n t y Note,
y Bros., supplies for
Thomas S. Field, labor on
and Wall
338
12
Crawford,
Cor l o a n o n
g 0Q 177 Ne\V Jersey Standard, printValley drive road
85 00
No. 20
1,000 00
B31T
jail
bridges, Middletown
2S2 Lewis Lumber Co., sup•
County Note, No. 2
5,000 00 Received from J . J. B a r k a l o w ,
Inga c o b C. T a y l o r , l a b o r on
6120
IS 3f
514 N. J. Standard, printing....
68 Kate Jones, tending Mataplies for bridges
8 51 401 J Middletown
Received from F a r m e r s ' N a I7S James M. Walling, constaroad
515
for l o a n o n C o u n t y N o t e ,
515 E. J. Keach, tending Oceanwan and keyport drawTucker
"White,
labor
on
tional B u n k of Allentown,
ble costs
6 00
402 J n c o b C. T a y l o r , t a b o r on
No. 21
.2,00000
i drawbridgo
!c
d b i d
bridge
30 00
bridges,
Ocean
for loan o n C o u n t y Notes,
179 A. L. Hall, photographing..
Middletown road
515 W. F. Gravatt, lumbet- for
Received from E l l a F . C r a n e ,
Ephralm Laird, labor on
254 Tucker White, labor on
Nos. 3 a n a 7
10,000 00
picture of prisoner
in jjail
8 00
bridges, Freehold
•.
for loan o n C o u n t y N o t e ,
124 w
p
bridges, Manalapan
11.00
bridges, Ocean
85 50 403 Joseph Ilalaey, labor on
Received from A s b u r y
Park
150 XV. R . Brlnley,
" ' "
" '
roaua, Neptuno
9 50 517 W. C. Buclt, labor Colts
No. 22
3,00000
John Thomson, Iat>or on
justice
255
J.
W.
Danser,
lumber
for
and Ocean Grove Bank, for
1 95
costs .
...
404 A r c h i e
Height,
labor
on
Neck road
Received from Daniel S. V o o r bridges, Neptune
38 0C
bridges, Atlantic
49
00
1
loan on County Note, No. 4, 5,000 00
roads,
Neptune,
151 T. W. Colyer, conveyances
518 J a m e s M. A y r e s , h e a d s t o n e
heea. S t a t e T r e a s u r e r , h i s
Robert M. Marks, serving
2SG Geo. W. Applegate, labor
Received from John H. Drum,
405 Frank
W. Baker,
labor
hired for prosecutor's of519 J a m e s M. A y r e a , h e a d s t o n e
check f o r r a i l r o a d t a x e s
10 00
notices, etc
;
on bridges
for l o a n on County Note,
on roads, Neptune
fice
stone for deceased soldier
assessed a n d paid for u s e
John Thomson, labor on
2S7 James R. Hennessey, labor
No. B
3,000 00
406
C
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e
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M.
W
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l
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520 J a m e s M. A y r e s , h e a d s t o n e s
of schools
103,522 7
91 7 152 John E. Foster, judges
bridges, Neptune
••
on bridges
325
91
Received from J e r e m i a h S t i l l salary
416 66 2SS Lewis Lumber Co., supplies
Norwood Avenue road
8 50
for deceaeed s o l d i e r 3
Frank A. Sofield, labor on
well, for loan on County
407 John A. Eaton, labor on
521 Lewis "Worth, se<ry r e l e c May 15.
95 OC 153 John Enright, county subridges, Neptune
for bridges
42 15
Note, No. G
2,000 00
Norwood Avenue road
perintendent's expenses . .
18 00
tion e x p e n s e s
^
71 John F. Slocum, labor on
2
S
9
Consolidated
Gas
Co.,
lightReceived
from
Frank Des40S John Shuttu, labor on roads
7 on ! 184 A. P. Johnson, court crier's
523 C h a r l e s "W. Seiler, c o n s t a b l e
Received from W i l i i o m H . G a r bridges, Neptune
ing- bridges
preaux, J us tic e , for fines
Neptune
salary
costs
75 00 250 Owen J. Melee, labor on
r l g a n for i n t e r e s t on P a t Alexander Mullln, labor on
collected t o dato
10 00
409 John Storer, labor High523 American Law Book Co.,
rick H. G a r r l g u n bond
E
bridges, Neptune
8 OO 185 Michael Frawley, labor on
bridges, Ocean
land s road
Matawan stone road
1160 291 Owen J. Melee, labor on 1,064 I
45 0C
law books for library
Era,
Received from Joseph McDerArthur
Miller,
labor on
J a n u a r y 9.
410 Isaac Garrabrartt, labor on
524 E. E. Dayton, Cashier, dismott
for s t e n o g r a p h e r s '
14 00 1S6 Joseph L. Butcher, labor on
bridges, Neptune
bridges, Eatontown and
roads, Neptune
26 25
bridges, Howell
count county note
fees
95 Oi 77 William Bennett, labor on
Received from E d w a r d DllaShrewsbury
411 Thomas G. Orr, labor Man525 C. A s a F r a n c i s , b o a r d of
tusli, Collector of Allen2S 00 187 John A. Eaton, labor on
bridges, Neptune
292 A r t h u r
Miller,
labor
on
93 34
alapan road
roads. Ocean
prisoners
J u n e 4.
town Borough, h i s check
C. .B. Layton, labor on
bridges, Neptune
' 16 00 412 Josiah Marrlner, labor on
526 H . B. B a n n a r d , T r e a s u r e r ,
2,322 31
in full t o r taxes, 1907
37 00 1SS Michael Frawley, labor on
bridges, Neptune
293
Hugh
S.
Kinmouth,
labor
1
60
roads,
Neptune
Holmdel
gravel
road
23 OO
special a p p r o p r i a t i o n M o n Received from Daniel S. VoorPerrine D. Clayton, labor
on bridges, Wall
413 W i l l i a m H. D u B o t s , l a b o r
m o u t h Memorial H o s p i t a l .
hees. S t a t e T r e a s u r e r , his
62 00 1S9 Chester A. Haines, constaon bridges, Neptune
6 50 294 C. L. Low, labor on bridges,
January 11.
ble costs
Freehold a n d Colts Neck
527 J o h n
W. Hulse,
justice
check for o n e - t h i r d coat
H. K. Stanton, labor on
wan
....;
28 00
r
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a
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19
25
UK) J. XV. Bennett. M. D., sercosts . J ;
of
c
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s
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t
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n
Allentown
23
O
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bridges,
Neptune
M o u n t , lat>or on
Received from Abram Borton,
5 0 0 295 D a n i e l
vices rendered coroner . . .
road for year e n d i n g Octo528 J o h n
W. Hulse,
justice
414 J o h n I I . S h e p h e r d , l a b o r
James F. Andrews, labor on
bridges, Wall
Collector of Belmar Borber 31, 1907
3,323 3
costs
S m i t h b u r g road
% 53
bridges, Neptune
6 00 101 William P. Gravatt, plante
290 William Bennett, labor on
ough, his check in full for
for
bridges,
Upper
Free529
A
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t
h
u
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W
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Kelly,
t
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s
t
imony
415
W
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l
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a
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H.
A
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a
c
k
,
l
a
b
o
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William Hulse, labor on
bridges, Wall
taxes for 1907
15,778 43
23 00
hold
furnished prosecutor ( c o r Jun,e 10.
K e a n s b u r g road
40 00
bridges, Neptune
297 James Brighton, labor on
Received from P. W. Manion,
11*2 Consolidated Gas Co., lightcuse)
Lewis Lumber Co., materReceived from Abe Bennett, for
bridges, Wall
15 00 416 T h o m a s M c K n l g h t , l a b o r
Collector of Bradley Beach
ing: bridges
135 1G 29S Melvin
5S0 P e t e r
Griffin,
constable
M a t a w a n road
179 31
ials for bridges, Neptune.
old p l a n k b o u g h t
3 2!
Bedle, • labor on
Borough, his chock In full
103 E. G. Bacon & Co., stationcosts
f
117 F r e d Smith, J r . , l a b o r on
84 Charles Hendrickson, labor
2,240 67 Received from Mrs. Hiinee, for
bridges, Wall
for taxes, 1907
ery
32
00
S
m
i
t
h
b
u
r
g
road
47
X
531
Nelson
V.
Giles,
services"
on
bridges,
Neptune
old
p
l
a
n
k
b
o
u
g
h
t
299
Daniel
Gouldy,
labor
on
Received from Wm. A. Foun1
9
4
"William
A.
Dey.
labor
on
41S
J
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n
L,
H
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n
d
r
i
c
k
a
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n
,
l
a
b
o
r
rendered assistant proaoReceived from George Woods.
85" Curtis
White,
labor
on
bridges, Wall
18 00
tain, Cpllector of Matawan
bridges. Millstone
12 25 300 Curtis
36 00
on r o a d s , Middletown
51 to
tor
for old p l a n k bought
3 (N
bridges, Neptune
White,
labor
on
Borough, hla check on ac1L»5 Charles H. Crawrord, con532 James R. White, constable
Griffin,
James Brighton, labor on
bridges, Wall
3,000 00 Received from Martin
count taxes, 1907
28 00 419 Arthur E. Smith, labor Ocestable
costs
anic
road
;
1G00
costs
for old p l a n k b o u g h t
]
bridges. Wall
2 00
301 F r a n k A. Solleld, l a b o r on
190 Theodore Hulick, serving
420 Aaron
Armstrong,
labor
January 14.
533 S. B. Bergen,
constable
Received from J . D. TlirockWilliam II. White, labor on
bridges,
Neptune
and
subpoenas, &c, for corTinton Falls road
OStS
morton,
for old p l a n k
bridges. Neptune
52 00
Wall
109 00
Received from Daniel S. Voorrtner
421
Harvey
S.
Bedle,
incidental
531 C. B.
bought
',
Daniel Gouldy. labor on
302 John Thompson, labor on
hees. State Treasurer, his
1
9
7
Peter
Forman,
rnginoer'.s
expenses
costs
Received
from
W i l l i a m B.
bridges, Neptune
53 00
bridges, Neptune
107 00
Barkalow,
Justice
check foryt) per cent. State
services
on
Manasquan
Harvey L. Bedle, incidental
Lloyd,
for old- p l a n k
Melvin
Bedle,
labor on
535 George H. Van Winkle.
!tO3 John Thompson, labor on
school tax, year rJ07 . . . . . 142,060 70
river
37 50
expenses
b o ug l i t
1
bridges, Neptune
83 00
constable costs
bridges, Neptune
33
50
E.
Received
from
Catherine
IDS Elwood
Runyon, election
423 R . D . W o o d & C o . , p i p e f o r
John T. Hopping, gravel for
536 E. S. Rue, salary as clerk
Received from J o h n T. Tetley,
304 William H. White. labor on
Morris, for
Interest on
expenses
103 60
culverts, Howell
Highlands road
23 20
of grand Jury and incidenfor old p l a n k b o u g h t
bridges. Wall
17 00
35 00
199 Grandin V. Johnson, lightbond
••
424 William L. Conover, labor
Gt'orge W. Patterson, Jr.,
tals
Received from Oscar Hesse, for
James Ockerson, labor on
68 33
17 50
ing Highlands drawbridge
on bridges, Manalapan....
1G76 537 A. Robinson, school exam2S 85
labor Adelphia road
old p l a n k b o u g h t
20 0
bridges. Neptune
4 00
J a n u a r y 16.
200 L. S. Packard, supplies for
425 Ira
Carhart,
labor
on
Albert Patterson, tending
iner's fees
Received from B a r b a r a Braseh, • ,
306 CwB. Layton, labor on
29
O
O
i'ourt
house
and
jail
Received from Joseph McDerbridges, Raritan
Pleasure Bay draw and
53S Charles H. Pox, stationery
for old p l a n k b o u g h t
zw
bridges. Wall
2S 00
.IDl Oscar Kohinson, desks for
mott, County Clerk, hla
126 Peter
Ecker,
labor
on
helpers
53i) E. A. Scott, services renReceived from W i l l i a m A. Cole,
307 C. F. Hendrickson, labor on
freeholders' room
checlc for s t e n o g r a p h e r s '
bridges, Karltan
dered coroner
C. Asa Francis, transportafor old p l a n k b o u g h t
2 50
bridges. Wall
28 00
202
Henry
Callahan,
labor
on
fees, October t e r m . 1907 . . .
85 00 Received from F r a n K C. B y 427 Estate T. S. R. Brown, mation fees for prisoners . . . .
540 J. Turner Rose, services
308 William E. Sickles, labor on
bridges, Freehold
3 50
Received from Daniel S. Voorterials for bridges
3SO70
C. Asa Francis, summoning
40 00
rendered coroner
ram, f o r s t o n e b o u g h t . . . .
18 20
bridges, Neptune and Wall
203 T. H. Lane, election exhees, S t a t e T r e a s u r e r , h i s
428 Charles
Lewia,
materials
grand and petit jurors and
541 W. J. Parks, services ren309 H. E. Stanton, labor on
Received from C. A s a F r a n c i s .
penses
check
for a m o u n t of
for bridges, Shrewsbury . .
13 43
milt.1 age
1,890 94
bridges. Wall
dered coroner
Sheriff,
for p r o s e c u t o r s '
34 00
204 Thomas
McKnlght,
labor
school moneya a p p o r t i o n 423 Hendrickson & Applegate,
Harvey S. Brown, salary
fees, J a n u a r y t e r m , 1903 ...
479 00
310 John
Boshior,
labor on
542 George P. I.ehrltter, supFreehold
and
Matawan
ed to Monmouth C o u n t y . . . 8,563 97 Received
paint for bridges. Raritan
as jail physician and exbridges, Wall
4 OO
plies for jail
from
H a l s t e a d "H.
road
12
2!
and Middletown
2J3 37 543 A. B. Crawford, supplies
ami nation lunatic
311 I.
D. Storor,
labor on
"VValriwrigrht, for o v e r - p a y J a n u a r y 20.
205 H e n r y
Callahan.
l a b o r
Joseph Johnson, court conbridges. Wall
for jail
m e n t of v o u c h e r
6 39
31 50 430 Shore Electric Co.. lighting
2
45
Englishtown
road
bridges.
Middletown
and
stable
foe
3
312 Clifford Parker, labor on
544 William T. Applegate, labor
Received from W i l l i a m F . H o - *j
Received from Benj. J . P a r k e r ,
20fi Frank Marshall, repairing
Shrewsbury
6100
bridges, Wall
on roads
97 Charles W. Seller, court conKan,
p r e s i d e n t of M o n Collector
of S h r e w s b u r y
1
chairs and painting sign..
6
431 Smith Premier Typewriter
545 Conover Emmons, land purstable fees
313 Edgar Parker,' labor on
mouth
County
Electric
township, lifa check on a c 207 F. S. Vborhoes. labor In
Co.. supplies for County
chased for new road . .
S. 1?. Bergen, court constabridges, Wall
Co., for f r a n c h i s e t a x t o
count t a x e s , 1907
7,500 00
jail
42
Board of Taxation
54G Ten Eyclc Conover & Bro.,
ble fees
84 OO
314 W. II. Reynolds, labor on
S e p t e m b e r , 1907
500 00
20S John Stapleton. labor on
432 Joa. W. Throckmorton, maJ a n u a r y 21.
bridges, Wall
labor on bridges, Matawan
John W. Errlckson, constaReceived from D a v i d S. C r a t e r ,
bridges, Atlantic
114 85 315 Charlie Morris, labor on
terials for bridges, Mid547 George W. Patterson, Jr.,
ble costs
S u r r o g a t e , h i s c h e c k for
Received from Mary E . B e n 209 John U Ely, labor Holmdel
dletown
350 50
cash paid men for unload.*
bridges, Wall
fees from S u r r o g a t e ' s of;0O William Glblin. labor court
nett, for intoreBt o n bond.
100 00
14 00 316 Bert Plttenger, labor on
and Bradevclt road
433 Elmer K. Morris, 16 days
ing pipe
,,...
20 45
fice,
to
J
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n
e
10,
1903
978
55
house
and
jail
Received from Daniel S. Voor210
John
L.
Hendrlckson,
labor
inspection
Oceanic
draw648 W. J. Matthews, laBor on
[01 L. G. Iteid, labor court
bridges, Wall
8 00
Received from F i r s t N a t i o n a l
hecs, S t a t e T r e a s u r e r , hi3
Middletown
and
Keyport
bridge
bridges, Howell
house
and
jail
317
John
Jacobs,
labor
on
B
a
n
k
of
L
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n
g
B
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a
n
c
n
,
for
check f o r s t n o g r a p h e r s '
road
1,070 65
649 Joseph Reynolds, labor on
bridges, Wall
102 John Vanderveer, cleaningloan on C o u n t y Note, No.
28 00 434 J. F. Shanley Co., tabor on
fees
100 00
roads (stone)
£54 83
bridges, Howell
2 OO 211 Joseph K. Coward, salary
carpet court house
313 Pcrrine D. Clayton, labor
23
15,000 00
as engineer steam roller..
90®)
435 W. A. Shoemaker, map for
650 Wm. N. Worthley, labor on
on bridges, Neptune and
[03 Mary
McGowan,
labor
Received from Second NationJ a n u a r y 30.
212 J. H. I). Van Mater, labor
prosecutor
,
bridges
,
Wall
!
court house
;
al B a n k of Red B a n k , for
on
bridges,
Marlboro
Shipley
murder
case
Received from Benj. J . P a r k e r ,
651 II. L. Beutoll, labor on Sou.
31'} William HUIRU, labor on
County Note, No. 24
10,000 00 .01 Elmer Smythe, labor court
213 Library Bureau, metal rolCollector, hla check for
Bright bridge
bridges. Wall
house
28 00 436 Peter Forman, survey of
Received from Citizens' N a ler slide shelves for cleric's
Farmlngdale and Hamilton
^
balance taxes, 1907
6,000 00
552 Edward P. Taylor, labor on
320 XV. if. Flltcroft, labor on
[05 George J. Mulholland, labor
tional
Bank
o f L o ng
oilice
,
21 00
road
100 00
bridges, Holmdel
16 5
bridges, Howell
SO 00
court house
B r a n c h , f o r loan o n CounF e b r u a r y 10.
214 J . W . D a n s e r , planlc f o r
437 W. R. Stevens, salary as
653 N. J. West Va. Bridge Co.,
321 Andrew Johnson, labor on
\V. V. Reynolds, supplies
ty Note, No. 25
6,000 00
Received from David S. Crater,
bridges. Atlantic
auditor
22 11
steel wheels for Sea Bright
purchased
for
engine
bridge.1!, Upper Freehold..
Received from A t l a n t i c H i g h S u r r o g a t e , h i s check for fees
215
F
r
e
e
h
o
l
d
G
a
s
L
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h
t
Co.,
4
3
3
Frank
S.
Blaln,
labor
brldgo
house
3*J1! J. H. Shepherd, labor on
lands N a t i o n a l B a n k , for
from S u r r o g a t e ' s otllce to
gas, court house and jail..
20 21
Smithburg road
47 75 554 Wm. A. Van Mater, labor
10 75
bridges. Freehold
loan
on
C
o
u
n
t
y
Note,
No.
26
13,000
0
0
J.
B.
White,
Collector,
waF e b r u a r y 10, 1908
199 02
216 C. Asa F r a n c i s , b o n r d of
439 John T. Hopping, gravel for
323 Chnrlos Height, labor on
Middletown road
ter and sewer rent court
Received from J o h n F . Woolp r i s o n e r s for m o n t h of D e roada
1,247 55 555 J._
•107 80
J. W alter
bridges. Wall
a l t e r But
Butcher, l a b o r
90 CO
house
J u n o 13.
ley, Collector of Ocean
ber
2,188 63 324 A. H o w M l M i l l e r , l a b o r o n
440 William H. Patterson, laAdelphia road
,
OS J run«s M. Ay res, headstone
t o w n s h i p , his check for
bor Blue Ball road
146 30 55C Charles Smith, labor Adel
151 93
15 W 217 J . If. D. V a n M a t e r , l a b o r
bridles. Wall
for deceased coldior
from
W i l l i a m B.
b a l a n c e taxes. 1907
4,281 1)4 Received
on
Freehold
and
Matawan
441 W. P. Throckmorton. sal325 10. S. Vanleor, materials for
!)D James M. Ayres, headstone
phia road
Thompson, for I n t e r e s t on
Received from J . Don Conover,
road
120 24
ary as stenographer
31 07
60 00 557
1500
hridges, Wall
bond
'.
32 50
for doe«atu>d aoldior
Collector of
Matawan
21S 11. XV. Lambertson, labor
412 Charles L. Stout, stationa. D. MeglU, l a b o r Adelphia
326 Lewis Lumber Co., mater.10 J. N. Burtis, burial docea.3
tow nali lp. bin cheek for
Koyport road
125 %
35 35
ery
15 11 653 William I I . Haii,"j'r.|"labor
ials for bridges, Wall . . . .
<H1 soldier
$601,313
59
b a l a n c e t a x e s , 1907
03119
218 W. H. Stryker, labor Free413 Charles L. Stout, salary as
Adetphin road
327 C n r r e l l N. A l l g o r . l a b o r on
11 1-2. I'J. Throekinorton, on achold and Matawan road...
67 00
Recotvcd from M a t t h i a s Wool15 OO
secretary County Board of
559 Josenli
bri.igen. W a l l
>si!pu L. Hutcjier, labor
count
percentage
Cultjj
DISBURSEMENTS.
C. lluck.
labor
Taxation
90 00
ley, for old p l a n k sold . . . . fifi 10
3-JS I I . H. Lcroy. a a l u r y an f r e e Adolnhia road ;
Nrrk now road
200 00 220 William
22 50
Colts Nock road
125 00 444 XV. H. O'Brte.n, salary nn a s holder
Joseph Tllton, l a b o r Adel12 J. Henry Knilcn, labor CorF e b r u a r y 13.
J a n u a r y 8, 1D08.
S.
Illain,
labor
aiatiint secretary County
320 W. IE. CMiinver, s a l a r y a s
5 00 221 Frank
phla r o a d
llt*ti AVPIIIIO rimd
Received from George- W. P a t Hmlthburg road
29 75
Hoard Taxation and oxfreeholder
w . J. L a y t o n . l a b o r Adol113 William J. Layton, labor
1 lT. G r a n t J o h n s o n , countaterson. J r . , his check for
222 J o h n L a r k in, l a b o r H r a d e pemieB
72 10
38
63
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MiitthiiiM
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phla r o a d
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6
30
Ailclphla
road
ble c o s t s
A.
principal, $700. a n d Intcrv
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t
r
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11
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4ii>
XV.
XV.
Heveridgo,
post
mor:m f r e e h o l d e r
William I I . Throckmorton.
Ill OharUiH Smith, labor Adel2 U. Grant Johnson, consta«st, $47.(15, A m a n d a Heytem oxaniination^
10 00
50 SO 2*.!!t J o s e p h T. K i n g s t o n , l a b o r
331 A. ('. IM fiber,
HiiJary aa
labor
Norwooxl
Avenue
plila roHil
B 30
ble coats
nolda bond a n d m o r t g a g e
747 K>
hridKPH, A t l a n t i c
40 «
freeholder
125 00 41i; William IX WalHii«r. constaroad
115 Jsinuc McDonald, labor Adel1133,..!
It "YV. W. Haniaay, probation
ble eoHttt
71 79 ??.\ J o s e p h C 11 e y e r, e l e c t i o n
'XXI F l m e r K. PolliemiiH, s a l a r y
D. W. Bedford, school o r phia road
olHcer's fooit and tsxpeiiH*!!*
*"" '
F e b r u a r y IB.
'
:
»[i freeliuhh-r
ders
125 00 447 John White, labor Manala4 Churle-fl A. Koenltf, eontttullfi H. llnfonmn, labor AdelHocolved from Qaortfe M. Hulso
pan road
4102
110 C6 TS K. S. R u e . " i n c i d e n t a l c x •C;t;t MIIIIU1:I|IIIII Llfvht Co., l i g h t phia road
2 89
lilt* COHtH
12 50
p<Mi:if.'i a m ! jjsiinry a" c l e r k
US Hound
Hrook Htono Co.,
i n g Muniilai.ua b r i d g e . . . .
M a r c h 11. 1008.
117 J. Walter ltuichor, labur
for intermit on bond
li OhtirloH A. K o o n l K , e o n s i t a of < 5 r a n d J u r y
stone for roiuln
27 91
3;U I'liillp Conine, e l e c t i o n O x AdolphliL road
l)li>
("OHttJ
F e b r u a r y 2(5,
'.'% J .
XV. K'-nnet t,
n«rvtC0N
410 V.. K. Throi'kmorton, labor
GUI .Toiieiih T. Hmlth, labor on
118 Wllllnni V.. Hleklt-rf. labor
C Charli'H A. K o e n l K , c o n a t u l
rendered coroner
Received from Daniel H. Voormi
rnadu
;S:1T« A rt I m r (1. I ;it 1 on, l a b o r on
lirliltroa. Wall
1 89
Avenuo rond
bld roHtH
2l!7 R
S. Vaiil»M>r,
labor
on
IifM'H, Htat« Tren.'niror, hit)
r»f> Mrmmmith 1 ><'mner:it, s t a fit;:, A. IIDWOM Millor labor otl
hridire:i. Howell
110 John T. Hopping, Kravul for
7
CharliMi I t . C r a w f o r d , e o n hrldgPH. W a l l
clicck for balance 10 p e r
tionery
lirlilRun. Wall
•XV) Juine.t
i,.
El.ill, a:iMi:Utn(T
fur MiiUlU't()wn rond
4100
ntabl«i c o a t s
r
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emit. Htato fichool t a x , y e a r
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10.
Smoek,
labor
I'aton. 'i)i: Jumt'M 10. HennoMHoy, labor
niill!
Joniah Marrlncr, labor Cnr8 \V. W . 1)11 ta f h o a r d of j u r y
tnwii rond
1007
•
lugdale)
on Oc-«niiport brl<l«o
40 00
00 00
HCH AVCllllO I'OlUi
m u r d e r OIIMCH
L>2!) XVI Ilia TII
Ttodiu-y,' loiniiii)','
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K.
I Inf.'11111111. 'i.'i'i n i r
Gf.7 <'im»rill<lntuil O(JM Co., lliflltJrjiMo
Van Sickle,
labor
1
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March 9.
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tal
eKpei!!H'M
Adelplila
read
itiK bridges
38 51
07 11
83 «$
Hclniar rond
:SM
1
1
ntnbltt (Muitf)
\r\\) (iiM.ri ^ I*. L « ' l i r l t t c r , isup<:N! r.i'in'KH' I' . Mai-Mtlen, scr- '
Ji.hu
11. n n u n , l a h .
r,c,s OWIMI- jr. MKIIM; labor on
J. K. Shu nli'v & <'<>., <m » c 10 . l o h n
\V. llulHu.
JnMllcn
pllPM for lull
Hocolvort fi'mu Abljah C Flfihvleen rendt'icd coroner . . .
l.ooh Arbor IirltlRO
roll'si Neck
mail
r o u i i t r i m l r a c t CoItM N e r k
er, for old c h a i r s &<:. Mold
WM
Jaiin-'i
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H.
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post
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WU i i w n i J . Mdli'D, (itboii on
(I
r , e W. I.uniliertnu
laroad
\v.'
iluitio,
Ju.il l e e
10 50 11 J o h n
from Court Housn
in c
t em exam In ill Ion
y
lirldKo n.t Oouth IJIIKOAUIID
b o r . Iliilmdi'l m u d
f'luwh'H S. J l . M o u n t , fiuproMlii
1'E F r a n k
l.'.i W. W. Hinniiiiy, probation
10. r r l . i - , l a b o r 1111
ll. ll. I I U I M I K I I I , l a b . u M a U r»,'l) William
Iloilnny. temlliiK
pllc:i fur fall
11 01)
12 J o h n
W.
lluliio,
Juntl.:o
Miuoh 11.
ollirer'ii fees and cxprnrnvi
brhl|;.\'<, M l d d l c d i w n
wjm m a d
HIML H r l s h t lirlfiKO
Jfmi'ph M c D o r n t o t t , i n d i ' x ir.t;
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Wcrk illliwbridf'n
Neck dra\vbritlg« . . , * . , . , . .
M l l h iirul ronil
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COHlM
for Intercut, on bond
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rit'uauru Hay Utawbrhl^tj
lalmr Adelphlii ruml
r.j oo VMl f'li:nl«>M 'I 1 . M i i n l u v i ' , l a i n
1
l l l f CDMtil
HnrroKUtt\ hln cheek
for
luiilnl
lndl. t a i l httlii«>[-i . . . .
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MIUMIDIK' . . . .
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P o r t l a n d Laml <'o.. elei-Hun
V.<S \>. s. ( ' r a t e r , n a l a r y UM S u r W U l i i i i n l>. H u l i t
fn«« from Hurrt»KUto?B ofJVIII pffftllllM
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l u l i o r <i
roe.ale
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b i l i l i - ' - . Mllintittu* . . .
a t nriii't M I I l a r y
IlvcnWflii from O. Ana Kranoln,
William l»Wllllnni ll.»nn(i-tt, Hbnt "its
iTefll.Hl e\pen;(e:l
1/t'IlMt'M
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351 M
llul:»\ (
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W i l l i a m Illlilln. l a b o r eourt.
brld|;«'ti, M M l i i l o n n
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wntchM i u r y Apiil'^K'Ho, |>rlntlnir
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Tecs
KncolvM from Knwhold Mutnul
1110
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on County Nolr, Mo. L> . . . . .
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n-i l t i n t l * > r .
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Jnnctih .lohnnou. noiin
April )l.
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labor un
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from John H. Hrum.
IEOJUHI o t " I ' a K a t l o u
;i:>i ,IJUII»'- : I i i . n«iK< M*. h u r l i i l In
LrUiK«n. A t Ian Ho
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for loan on County N»»t«,
W. u. O'Hrion, uniury «'i n«W. Homnen. o.oii4**f ,I(V{i. *L\ KinKttUtn,
%nfove o n
J a u t u t r y ','A. vm.
N<X 11
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fllutiint m'urtUftry County
ili^fi^iVWil front First Nauo*ml
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loan on County Note, No.
12
: . 6.000OS
Received from Farmers' National Bank of Allentown,
for loan on County Note,
No. 13
,.
7,000 00
Received from F i r s t National
Bank of Red Bank, for
loan on County Note, No.
14
14.000 00
Received from Win. A. "Fountain, Collector of Matawan Borough, his check
2,760 40
on account taxes, 1907
Received from David S.. Crater,
Surrogate, his check for
fees from S u r r o g a t e s of7-iG 53
fice, to April 8, 11)03
Received from F r a n k E. Heyer,
100 (j0
for interest on bond
Received from J o h n Stapleton^
50 00
for i n t e r e s t on bond
Received from William S. Child
guardian,
for board of
Anna L. Hocft a t a s y l u m . .
Received from Daniel S. Voorhees, State T r e a s u r e r , his
check for s t e n o g r a p h e r y'
fees to March 31, 1003
100 00
nm
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m
Vg
ism
Open Friday Evening. Closed Saturday a t M@OH.
**»,. A, £.dJ<fcb*ItK E * . Ana
When You Can Own Your Home?
mt EeMtor
• J'i-Jt mttfHIfT.M»» -P.BI( r.'E:
54rS?*i'.'.::::::::::
$1.50
«°
WEDNESDAY. JULY 29, 1908.
;
Never Falls to
I RESTORE GRAY o r FA»EE
HAIM f© I t s NATURAL
TOWN TALK.
Souse time ago Judge Landis, of theC0L0H and BEAUTY
No matter how long it has been gray
»ited States court, fined the Standard
0 corporation twenty-nine million or faded. Promotes a luxuriant growth
jHWsi Jor violating the laws of theof healthy hair. Stops its falling out,
A H &t»nv
Sited States. The laws of the United a n d positively r e m o v e s Danhair soft and glossy. KeSafes are very plain in the matter in drills. Keeps
K
;f f
"'- " »" "2% times as much
hicb this corporation was hauled into i fuse all -"
substitutes.
mrt. It stateswhat fine the judge shall: in $1.00 as GOc size.
KDOse in cases of violation of this law,
IS NOT A DYE.
M the fine imposed by Judge Landis
riilln Hay Spec. Co.. Ncwurli. N. J.
sa quite within the penalty provided Si and SOc bottles, at druggists'
r the laws of this country for the
COOPER. VANDEEVEEB.
Tense charged.
*
*
•
When the fine was imposed the news- gooooeoeoooooooeeeooeoooo*
jpew of the county jeered at it. News.ipera men put 'jokes in the papers
jncerning the fine, and a good tleal of
ii-rrimont was manifested. No one
;ery imagined that the fine would
/er be paid. Everyone took it for
wanted that a corporation with the
ealth and influence of the Standard ^
il company would have pull enough to Q
at out of paying this
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200 Broadway, Long Branch.
These beautiful Houses, located on Norwood Ave.,
Mind you, there was no doubt of the
isilt of the corporation in breaking the
MONEY
LOANED
Long
Branch, for sale on easy terms. All improveJS7. That was conceded all nround.
t>y wna tha crime the corporation comPERSONAL
PROPERTY.
ments. Heat, hot and cold water; bath, gas, electric
if.ted like one of those crimes someroi'3 committed by men in the heat of
ALL BUSINESS CONFIDENTIAL.
light. Apply to
ission. On the contrary it was a
hne deliberately planned and as deBnrBninB in unredeemed pledfteB—Musiaoratsiy carried out. It was one of cal Instruments, Tools, Jewelry, Liuiietj'
and Gcntu' Clothing, Curtains, Bed
lose crimes whereby corporations hope
Spreads, Etc., Etc.
i stamp out competition, and whereby
, N. J.
>?po;?ations with power enough can
SEE Olllt WINDOW FOH PRICES.
W e s t Lossg
lin competitors engaged in the same
luiuuss.
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.Last v/eek the United States circuit
iurt reversed this decision of Judge
iiniiis. The reversal was not due to
so claim that the crime had not been Laying out Grounds and Flower Garimmitted: the reversal was founded dens, Grading, Moving Trees, Shrubs
t a technicality. And not only did the
idges of the United States circuit and all kinds of planting. Hedges
mvt reverse the decision, but ac-clipped by day or contract. All kinds
irding to the newspaper reports they of Rustic Work built or repaired. Al
javily scored Judge LandiB for im-work promptly attended to.
x>inj>; the fine.
A. J. DRAGER,
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Like the decision of the United
RED BANK, H. I.
tatca supreme court in the income tax
ise, this decision of the United States Twcntn-Five Cents is the Price of
reuit court will go a great ways toPeace.
ard destroying confidence in the courts. \
'hatever the actual legal value of the - The terrible itching and smarting,
schnicalities raised maybe, the decision ! incident to certain skin diseases, is al' the court will be generally accepted ] most instantly allayed by applying
5 illustrating once more that in this I Chamberlain's Salve. Price 25 cents.
faitry there is one law for the poor '\ For sale by C. A Minton & Co., No. 5
id another for the rich. The line, ; Broad street.
CCttt_as it was, was not more proporonately than a fine of $25 on an ordip y citizen, but while the ordinary
w a n would have to pay the fine or go
> jail, the rich corporation guilty of
igfating the law has no difficulty in
AcHng a technicality on which the
snalty imposed is set aside.
{Town Talk continued on page 12.)
FORKED RIVER HOUSE
FOEKED RIVER, N. J.
The best Fishing
and Gunning point on
BarnegatBay. Yachts
furnished on application. Board by day,
week or summer. All
modern conveniences.
F. B. GOWDY, Manager,
NEWARK'S
BROAD,
STORE
NEW MB
IIALSEY
STREETS.
BEAUTIFUL.
IMPORTERS.
RETAILERS.
The Pinch of the Purse
' Will MotBe Felt
IF. YOU JOIN OUR
CLUB
HOUSE
WHICH MAKES IT EASY TO PAY.
Our Club Plan for the buying of home equipment which makes it easy for young folks just beginning to keep
house, and others, to furnish a home complete without financial strain. By joining one of our Household Clubs
you can buy almost everything that goes to furnish a home without a big initial expenditure.
Thousands have joined these clubs and are enjoying their advantages.
Members of the Household Clubs can choose from our mammoth stocks, paying only our regular low prices,
and arrange for the payment in the easiest possible way.
WHAT YOU CAN BUY ON THE CLUB PLAN
DINING CHAIRS
PIANOS
RECLINING CHAIRS
LIBRARY SUITES
PARLOR SUITS
BRASS BEDS
BOOK C.ESES
COUCHES
IRON BEDS
EStACEY CABINETS
FANCY TABLES
BED SPRINGS
•WRITING DESKS
LIBRARY TABLES
MATTRESSES
PILLOWS
MUSIC CABINETS
LIBRARY COUCHES
DINING TABLES
MORRIS CHAIRS
DIVANS, COTS •
SIDEBOARDS
ROCKING CHAIRS
CHIFFONIERES
CHINA CLOSETS
REED CHAIRS
DRESSERS
SERVING TABLES
LIBRARY CHAIRS
SCREENS
HALL CLOCKS HALL RACKS MAGAZINE STANDS CARPETS RUGS PORTIERES
LACE CURTAINS
TABLE COVERS
WINDOW SHADES
SEWING MACHINES
TALKING MACHINES
HAHNE & CO., Broad, New and Halsey Streets, Newark,
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Meetings of the Board of Health.
The regular meetings of the Red Bank Board of
i Health will be held on the first Friday of each
j month, nt 8:00 P. u., at tho Town Hull, on MonI mouth Btreet.
Persona having complaints to make will present
them to the secretary in writingf.
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CHARLES D. WARNER. President.
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JAMES H. SICKLES, Secreta*r-
Prescription Druggist.
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TINTON FALLS NEWS.
<ttrffe Quantities of Huckleberries Be- •
inn Gathered.
•J^fjjgre quantities of huckleberries have
eon -gathered a t Pine Brook the past,
BW weeks. The boss huckleberry picker
i James Cummings. On Saturday he
icked 52 quarts of berries and sold them
J John Wilson, who runs a truck route
long, the shore. Mr. Cummings (rot
an cents a quart for the berries. Other
ucklfeberry people are Charles VanSrunt, Ai'thur Berry, Alex Spencer and
'.ubert Crunwell.
The Sunday-school will go on its annual
Winic t o Asbury Park tomorrow. The :
rip will be made in stages.
Edwurd Evans is employed on William
'jrothcro's farm at Colt's Neck.
The Shanley company has finished its
tmtrtict to stone the Colt's Neck road
B far as Daniel Shutts's place. The
o.xd was rolled with a steam roller last
.volf and was given some other finishing
ouches. The road from Mr. Shutts's
>!;ice to Eatontown will lie stoned by
IH' Monmouth Construction company of
led Bank.
George L. Hance, the milk dealer,
HS re-enclosed his house on the ScobeyU!e road with shingles.
A horse owned by Edward Scobey was
aken sick Sunday and had to be shot.
St. Scobey bought the horse, about a
vock ago. The horse was taken to
•'rank Johnson's fertilizer factory.
William Roy, who is employed by
'/illiain Casler, was arrested last week
in a charge of non-support made by
I:J wife. At a hearing before Justice
Jryon of Eatontown he agreed to give
>ia wife $2.50 a week and the charge
sfniiifit him was dismissed.
Slrti. Beatrice Matthews of Freehold
ws returned from u visit to Mrs. Penron H. Bennett.
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Royal Tourist, a Leon Bollee and Cadillacs. These have all been thoroughly overhauled and are f
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Corner Monmouth St, and Maple Ave.,
Steam Pwrmps and Wiradmills Put Up.
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which I will sell for $700.
A Cadillac, in excellent condition and newly painted, for $350.
Here is a chance to get a good Automobile cheap.
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Practical Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter.
No. 29 Front Street, Red BanK, H. J.
Ocean Avenue, Scabrigfot, N. J.
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Jsj, Jiiiitn' T»uiliiii">n.
•jo")rt »Jtti'ii!iH( .S'iffol, who lum been
hi:-kr:'4 t f ! tho l>mr-o with vorli|»o, IH
"Cooper's Soda"
Front Street, foot of Broad Street. Where the Trolleys Stop.
RED BANK, N. J.
Stray Pointer Dog in the Village- Ileiiident to Move to lied Hank.
A valuable pointer dog wandered in
.lie village last Friday.
The dug's • • : •
IWIIIT is unknown and die animal isi benjif oared for by residents of the place.
J-lir-d Lydia Thompson is visiting her
•nupin. Miss Marion Taylor (if Long
iranch.
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ViU* Uiiptuit Sunday-school went on
bs aiviiuiil picnic to Anbury 1'nrk liiut
i'Jii'rmtay. The trip to Red I tank wan
mxlo in wagono and the picnickers
Had'" tilts rent of their journey liy train,
n comu'rtion with the Hed Hank Hap!,<(. Kunduy-Bcliool.
Mi'*» Emma Thompson fi]>ent Tuciiday
>f ln«l %vcfk a t Anbury 1'nrlt.
C'Jeiiili" (sormun of Now York in npendy-i^ .-I'voral dayo with his aunt, Mrn.
(*><.)) Hi'ldlc. William and Walter KidUo, "vbo ;iro ernployod at Soyri'ville,
j» ist ;-»:iii(!ay a t their home here.
^rt'i, Alnani Sanborn haii n.-covcred
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NEWS.
h? f J«wninn i'ipriiij'11 rond, opponif.e the
'"ilti'-rH wntcr workii, h»n lieen finiiihed.
J'jh't ;-iti'!;uiayi.-r <>t Now York was a
3<,.'.»it j; ! -l r -'t " ' •f<'hn Mouner of tho
Talcum Powders
Toilet Waters
Bay Rum
Liquid Green Soaps
Fine Toilet Soaps
Sgarettes.
My stock of Cigarettes was never so large as at present. It includes not only all the
good old standard varieties, but all the new things in this line. Some of the new varieties
are the Prize Cups with plain, Cork and Silk Tips, at 25 cents a box; and Regattas, with
Cork Tips, at 15 cents a box. The Mogul, Murad, Natural and Dolma, which formerly
sold at 15 cents a pack, are now 13 cents.
In the line of Cigars I aim to keep about every brand .of Cigar for which there is any
call. Of course, even with the big stock I keep there is occasionally a request for some
variety which is local to some particular locality, but as a rule I can supply ^yery call,
whether for domestic or imported Cigars.
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i I have some new shapes in pipes which are proving very popular.
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MOlfBAT. AUGUST 3
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and Continuing AM Week.
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Sales. Commence Each Day at
|CEAN GROVE PARK TRACT ^ Seated on Ocean Avenue, and
includes all the Ocean frontage between Ktlmar and Spring Lake. Has
also a frontage of over one-half mile on beautiful Lake Como.
Consists of over 700 lots; 100 Ocean Front lots, 200 Lake Front lots and
500 inside lots We have lots suitable fur the millionaire or the humblest mechanic. All to be sold without reserve or limit Choice sites for Hotels'
Ideal Bungalow sites Pine covered lots for th • health seeker.
Boulevards and wide streets have been built through the property, cement
sidewalks and curbs laid and thousands of dollars spent in improving same in
every way
The property must be seen to be appreciated.
We want the public to see our tract We are spending thousands of dollars in advertising same, and have adopted a novel method to have the public
attend these sales and see for themselves. Therefore we promise to give away
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including 12 superb Upright Pianos. Other presents will consist of Diamonds,
Watches, Silverware, Bric-a-Brac and many other articles too numerous to
mention. These presents are tofetf distributed each day free to those who attend the sale.
Given away at 2 p M before the sale. You do.not have to spend a cent
to receive them No lottery ; only givtn away to advertise our Tract. Samples
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street, Asbury Park.
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Easy terms will be given to those that desire and you can buy on monthly
payments.
Come and look the tract over before day of sale and select your lots.
Price the adjoining property and make up your mind what the lots will be
worth to you.
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FOR INVESTORS AND SPECULATORS.
This will be a great opportunity for you to invest. Lots sold at auction
rarely bring one-half their value and this is a free positive sale, no reserve, no
limit, no bidding in—property is rapidly enhancing in value, and this is the
last large Ocean and Lake Front property left for miles in this vicinity.
HOW TO GET TO OUR PROPERTY DAYS OF SALE.
We have made an agreement with the trolley company to run special cars
every five minutes to Tenth Avenue, Belmar, only two blocks from our property. Suitable conveyances will meet trolleys and take you direct to our tract.
Those coming by train leave the cars at Belmar where conveyances will meet
every train.
For further information and illustrated booklet, address
Cookman Avenue and Main Street,
ASBURY PARK.
BRIEF ITEMS OF NEWS.
bile Friday and a gash five inches long port Baptist church, and family are
spending a month in New York state.
was cut in its neck.
Contract Given Out.
Fined for Cruelty.
MINOR HAPPENINGS IN ALL
Thomas Proctor was civen the conOn complaint of Elmer WainwriffhtPARTS OP THE COUNTY.
Clarence Evans of Long Branch was tract to fill in Ocean avenue at North
, fined §14.20 Thursday on a charge of LOUR Branch. His bid was $2,100.
Personal Notes, Trifling Accidents, ' cruelty to animals.
Sailed for Denmark.
Odd Incidents and Interesting Fea- New School at Imlaystown.
Mrs. A. G. Lober and family of Keytures of Life in Village, Town and
port sailed last week for Denmark,
Work has been started on the
school at Imlaystown.
The building ' where they will spend the summer.
Country.
Herbert Sanford of Farmingdale has i w . m b e finished'by t h e t i m u sel '°°L b t ' " Dog Kilted by Auto.
RlnsmtM
cemUL1
given up his position with John T o l l e y :
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A fox terrier belonging
ig to
to James
of that place and is working as a cake ! Woman Burned.
Birks of Long Branch was cut in two
baker for his father.
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; M r s - William T. Voorhees of Center- by an automobile Thursday night.
Dr. J. T. Welch of Long Branch re- v i l l e w a s lighting a gasolene stove last
Horse Fell on Him.
turned last week from Dallas, Texas, (. wee k when her apron caughtfire.She
John Woolley of West Grove was
where he attended the national conven- ]w i t s badly burned,
seriously injured by a sick horse falling
tion of Elks. '
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over on him. The horse died.
A horse owned by A. S. Fettit of j Death at Manasquan.
Freehold was taken sick last Tuesday j Mrs. Margaret Cook of Manasquan Death of an Infant.
night and it died the next morning.
j died Sunday of last week at the home of
The infant child of W. F. WorthingThe annual harvest home of the 1 her daughter, Mrs. Fred Newman. She
ton of Matawan died on Monday of last
Methodist church of West Long Branch j was 51 years old.
week, aged five months.
will be held Tuesday, August 18th.
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A daughter was recently born to Mrs. Harvest Home at Long Branch.
Large Picking of Pickles.
A harvest home will be held at WashH. T. Graham, wife of the Presbyterian
John Daley of Clarksburg, a pickle
ington park, Long Branch, August 12th,
preacher of Englishtown.
Dr. Archibald S. Higgins of Mana- for the benefit of the Methodist home _rower, is picking from fifteen to twenty
barrels
of pickles a day.
squan is having a bungalow built on the | at Ocean Grove,
Lawn Sociable at Freehold.
beach at that place.
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Launch
Joseph P. Buck, son of A. J. Buck of A William
Launcn.
The Helpful club of the Freehold
Lewis of Branchpoint is buildFreehold, has started a butcher business ing a twenty-foot launch for Raymond Methodist church held a lawn sociable
at Hightstown.
recently and cleared $25.
Mrs. A. T. Metzgar of West Long P. Hendrickson and R. A. Sexton of
Twins Born at Farmingdale.
Branch, who has been very sick, has Long Branch.
recovered.
Twin boys were born to Mrs. WilThieves at Englishtown.
Four Hightstown farmers have joined
A few nights ago thieves entered Dr. iam Lippincott of Farmingdale on
the Monmouth county farmers' ex- A. S. Applegate's house at Englishtown Saturday of last week.
change.
and stole a gold watch belonging to Mrs. Large Catch of Butterfish.
Mrs. Howard Trissel of Manasquan Applegate.
Stewart Cook, a Long Branch fisherreturned from a New York hospital hint
man, caught nearly a hundred barrels
jF*is/i Hook in His Hand.
week.
W. S. B. Parker of Long Branch has
Henry Grair, son of II. W. Grnir of of butteriish Thursday.
been appointed a special rm\st.er-in-chan- Long Branch, ran alish hook in his band Clarksburg Man in Hospital.
cery.
last. week. The hook had to be cut out
George Thomas, clerk in Frank HorJ. W. Danser, postmaster of Freehold, by a doctor.
net's store at Clarksburg, is a patient
is recovering from a severe sickness.
at n Trenton hospital.
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Allio Ely of Ely is a medical patient
VanDyko Polhemus of Manalapan was Elected Pianist.
at the Long Branch hospital.
The gross receipts of the Emley's dimming a roadway with an axe when
George Vanliuel ban been elected
the axe slipped and cut oil the end of pianist of the Methodist Sunday-school
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homo were $328
$328..Fire escapes have been put in the lis big toe.
of West Long Branch.
Freehold grammar school.
Sale of Barber Buainesii.
Choir Has a Picnic.
A new roof is being put on the MataWalter Thompson of Freehold has
The choir of the Englisbtown Methowan graded school.
sold his barber IIIIKIIIOKS to John Torelli, dist church went on a picnic to Asbury
Milk Man Cuts Ilia Hand.
who sold the imsineiiK to Thompson two Park a few days ago.
John Carpenter of Heltnar wnctiictlinp: years ago.
Long Time iit One Place.
the knives of a panel minor in a mill Two Lots Sold.
Capt. Oscar Stanhope has been em
mill he cut hiu hand so badly that ten
Sjiencer
Edwards
has
bought
two
lot:
ployed by the T. H. H. Brown estate at
iilitchoi) wero required to clotso tho cut.
on Washington street, Long Hrimrh, Keyport for !!1 years.
Birthday Celebrated.
from Gilbert Lane. Ho will build or
A Firemen'it Parade.
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. K. Trent of Freehold tho lots.
The annual parade of the Long Brnni'l
entertained a number of young people Child Oku From tHphtlwriu.
firemen will take place on Wednenda;
on Tuesday ni^lit of luut week to celeMargaret Naglc, ii|C'd I'leven yearn night, August nth.
brate the birthday of their lion Albert.
daughter of Mrs. Mary Nagle of Oali
Healina Contract Awarded.
Shiulcn, died Thurmliiy night front-diph House Improved.
Richard R. Brown of Keyport ha
M. C. Hurmi of Lontf Branch has bee
thcria.
awarded the contract to install a hent- Mill to lie Made Into Storeu.
improved hiii house by adding a larg
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i»l? apparatus i' I' Olmttlo hif[h school
The old IU'ill<! mill property on Front porch on the rear.'
nt that place. Hiu bid was $7,100.
nl.rc.et nt Koyporl will b« converted in- New Ilounc at Kvuport.
Frank Tilton of Keyport is building
Miim (iugle Limes Jewelry.
to three ntoreii with Hats on the m-coml
new house at tho corner of Cross an
Minn Ilarrie (lufjle of Onklumil lout lloor.
1 )ivinion streets.
a fjold brncel(!tand n j;nld pin last wcuh
nt'Anbury Park. While m New York Auxif/ for 1Hin lit tilth.
Knee Dislocated.
Robert I '. Arnmt.mng, a Jersey City
last winter nh<^ lout a (fold watch.
Miim Myrin Park of Anbury Park dii
lawyer, formerly of Freehold, ban gone located her knee while bathing in tli
Death of a Cook.
to fttmvur for the bcnellt of his health.
ocenn Thunidity.
Mnry K. I.iine, n colored cook
Thieving Skunkit Killed.
Milk HiiHinem Sold.
ployofi Kiiniy yenm at tho I'XIUI
(leorgo E. Hunt of near EngliitMown
A. I.. Ackcnion of Keyport linn no
Krouniin on i.ako avciiui', Anlmry I'nrk,
killed three ukunloi liint week. The bin milk bumiicsm to William llrickmn
(iiwl Thuriuliiy of heiirt dinemm.
likunkii hud robbed him of 1!K diifketui. of Wicknt.unk.
Aulo Sliia Hone.
Milk Houte .Started.
\ A hot'tw owned by H. B. Houof(»rte of Minittlcr on Vacation.
John Cottrell linn iilurted 11 milk roul
Kev, J, h. Coote, piintor of the KoyUrnuch wan titruck t>y «n ulitomo-
R. R. II. Stout. ,
Keyport and will sell milk for six Ceo. O, Hendrickson,
nts a quart.
eyport Wants a Factory.
The board of .trade oJ-JCeyport will
y to induce a factory concern to locate
that place.
'tercome by the Heat.
Miss Lida Murley of Long Branch
as overcome by the heat on Monday
last week.
nglishtown's New Jail.
Englishtown has a new jail which is
the engine house. There are two
.eel cells.
ged Woman Sick.
Mr?. E. P. Miller, who lives near Imlystown, and who is 91 years old, is
cry sick.
'resented With a Bible.
William P. Beatty has presented the
llentown Methodist church with a pulit bible.
ockjaw Kills a Horse.
George W. Clark, a Matawan milklan, lost a horse from lockjaw last
'eek.
Deal Estate and Insurance,
Rentals and Loans.
Fire. Life, Accident, Health,
Burglary,
Boiler,
Liability, |
Teams, Marine, Automo
bile, all forms of Surety
I n s u r a n c e and
Bonds.
INSURANCE!
REAL ESTATE!
We represent leading fire insurance companies, such
as the Home Insurance Company of New York, assets
January 1st, 190S, $20,802,(J97J.>S.
ALLAIRE & SON
ROOMS 2 AND 3
60*Broad Street
Red Bank, N. J.
Established 1873.
Telephone 249-J.
one But. Best Companies Represented.
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
'icycle Stolen.
A bicycle owned by Philip Schmidt, a
Ong Branch butcher, was stolen last
reek.
Vill be Pennington Student.
Miss Lizzie G. Potter of Imlaystown
ill attend Pennington seminary next
erm.
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60-62 Broad Street.
Red Bank, N. J.
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RENTING OF SUMMER COTTAGES A SPECIALTY
Farms for Sale Everywhere.
FIRE INSURANCE AND LOANS.
247-L.
Occr Thirty-Five Years.
In 1872 there was a great deal of dirrhocii, dysentery and cholera infanum. It was at this time that Cham'aken to Insane Asylum. +
orlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
William Ryan of Long Branch was temedy was first brought into use. It
roved more successful than any other
aken to the insane asylum on Friday.
•emedy or treatment, and has for thirhiving Club Clambake.
,y-!ivf years maintained that record,
The Freehold driving club will have a •'roni a srnnll beginning its sale and use
extended to every part of the United
•lambake at l'ortaupeek August 15th.
UutcH and to many foreign countries.
Jine drugcista out of ten will recomicnd it when their opinion is asked, alhuugh they have other medicines that
ay them 11 greater profit. It can alVuys bo depended upon, even in the
:n<>st severe and dangerous cases. For
Mr. II. V. Whitney oilers free the
l by C A. Minton & Co., No. 5
rvices of his stallions Ballyhoo Bey
.iroad street, Red Hank.
-landringhaui, Fairy Prince and Prince
lamburg. These stallions are located
it Brookdale Farm, near Lincroft, am:
iirrangements may be made by addressng
-IN "he First Peaches.
R. A. Ellis of Freehold was the first
armer there to take peaches to market.
Stallion Service Free,
4 9 BROAD STREET,
RED B/kMU, N . _.
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AT MY NEW OFFICE.
Rooms 11 and 12, Patterson Building,
Opposite Postoffice.
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A. D. COOPER, Red Bank, N. J. I
Special Reductions
K. C. T A Y L O I t ,
Roil 1-nnk, N. J
Summer Millinery
to elouo out our stock for tho
season. Prices arc cut
OIIO-tllil<l Off.
Miss A. L. MORHIS,
(JO IIROAI) ST..
I'uvnHwr*} cutti
!M<! fivnvlt truohtnv of nil fcfitif
STATIONERY.
NKMt MONMOUTH STKKIOT,
Directly opposito tli" Po^t O(lio<¥.
!:ii>i«u» nnil W n r c h i i i i n n . 40 Mitrlimilo I l l i c
Tennis, Croquet, Baseball Supplies, Flags,
Poles, Brackets, Toys, Games, Ink, Paste, Mucilage, Pens and Pencils, Toilet Paper, Crepe and
Tissue Paper, Books, Magazines, Children's
Picture Books, and the largest and best slock of
RI01) HANK, N. .1.
F. W. MOSELLE, •,
;; 34 BROAD STREET,
RCI» RANK, M* 1*.
375 00 821 C Asa F r a n n l s , t r a n s p o r t a ti
tion
fees
f
of
f prisoners
i
to
t
50 00
State prison
42 00 i £L2
' George H. Patterson, ser100 00 !
vices for p r o s e c u t o r ' s ofllki C6 !
lice
<!8 Oli j 823 Michael H a l l a r l n , l a b o r on
[
brliigeH, M a l a w a n
7 3G 1 S24 W i l l i a m L. V'iin B r u n t , l a bridges, Malawan
G 20 - S25 R. 1.1. Wood & Co., m a t e r i a l
:
f o r bi idges, ' M a n a l i i p u n . . . . "
5 40 . Kin W a l l e r I I . R u e , l a b o r o a
i«) DO
b r i d g e s , Cppcr F r e e h o l d . .
14 14 S27 A n d r e w J o h n s o n . labor oa
bridges. I'pper Freehold . .
72 pi «•• .William
Reed,
liibor ou
. anic dra.wbridge
1017 W i l l i a m L. V a n B r u n t , l a bridges, Upper Freehold..
135 ii
as freeholder
H31 F r a n k E. Price, iron pipe
bor M a t a w a n s t o n e r o a d . .
62 63 1155 M. P. Chamberlin, yellow7
for bridges, Shrewsbury..
10« Thoma.s,,G. O r r , l a b o r M a n ?•
f*-,JI"eroy- salary
"as
pine for bridges. Upper
freeholder
.
'J'££ J o s . T. liurowes Co., ma,a l a p a n road
125 0 0
01 18
03 44
Freehold
,\J
Maxcy Applogate.'printlng
teriuls for bridgea, Mid1013 J o s e p h I J . B u t c h e r , labor
22 00
1158
Consolidated
Gas
Company
9 W
Adelplila road
dletown and Shrtwybury.
CO M
45 50
92 43
PP
Pr
lighting bridges
•
Matthias wfolley, aalary
1050 l a a a c
McDonald,
labor
!)33 Matthew Mullon, labor on
1157
Kverett
Matthews,
labor
.26 SO
A d e l p h i a road
bridges, Bhrcwabury and
125 00
19 95
19 95 1271
bridges, Freehold
as
freeholder
for i,ii«t,<;s, Ncpiune
1031 a. 10. Smock, l a b o r IOatonMiddletown
115S Kverett Matthews, lahor on
B'% J W. Danser, lumber for
219 25 034 John Thomson, labor CorCharles II. T. Cl-iyton'/burtown a n d Long
Branch
S5 00
75 84
bridges. Freehold
bridges.
Atlantic a n d
ial soldier
...
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Ue»
Avenue
road
41 13 1159 W. A. Hulse,
labor on
Freehold
153 75 VJ5 Geo. W. Ijiimliertaon, labor
1032
John
Bennett,
labor
Val1
2
7
2
w . T. Hoffman, "traveling
53
73
bridges, Upper Freohold . .
E,S7 J. W. Danser. lumner for
ley
u
r
i
v
e
road
Holmdel road
14 80
207 25 1100 A. C. lOrriekson, labor on
!
CIJKtS
expenses County Boarduof
bridges, Holmdel and Mid52 CO v:A William kiyton, labor on
1053 Thomas J. McGurry, labor
iC i)0 i TOD ( " l i a r l e s U S t o u t , s a l a r y
34 84
bridges, Manalapan
dletowa
Taxation
Highlands gravel road
3 90
roads
and bridges, N t p 130 50
707 C h a r l e s ] , . S t o u t , s l a l l o n e r y
Theodore F . Clark, labor
5SS Paul C. Taylor, lahor on
1
15
41
38
S
O
1051
Michael
Callahan,
labor
tunt and Wall
30 04 l-i3 John Hacltman, constable
33 M l 7 * W i l l i a m II. ( J ' U r i e l i ,
salary
on bridges, Manalapan . . .
bridges. Wall
-•••
Highlands gravel road
0o7 KUiott
Hcullliorpe,
lalior
204 87.
I
a iui e x i t c t i s t ' H
costs
Walter
B.
Abrams,
labor
ESS Buchanon & Smock L u m b e r
3 5D
(ii.i 0.)
bridges, i'pper Freehold..
17 20 1055 John A. Eaton, labor on
Atkins Avenue ruad
15 2S 1274
: 7(t:t W 1' T h r o r k M m r t o M .
salai-y
R i c h a r d McNeely," 'justice
on bridges, Manalapan . . .
Co., m a t e r i a l s for bridges,
'. S29 F r a n k K. lilain, p l a n k for
I
roails
!i;iS V<.Tiiua Huulthorpt.'. labor
125 00
162 73 11C3 Albert Patterson, labor on
SI KG ; 711) i i . T . l ' a r l r e e . s e r v i c e s r e n 1275 William B. Conover"salary
Neptune
• • •• -••
SO 00
5 00
bridges. Manalapan
10 00 lffili A. Howell Mlllur, labor
6 00
AtUIno AVI'TUH? roud
|
,1..,•••.! e n r i i n e r
as freeholder . . .
bridges, Upper Freehold..6S0 J a m e s E . Heuncascy, labor
x::0
A\'illi;ilii
1..
\'ini
Briml.
l.-lBelniar
road
'XY.\
J
oil
ii
Kot.hiHOii.
labor
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130
90
711
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Henry
Arnoldy.
Jr.,
agent'
11C4 Clailglily, Nleholl & Co.,
on b r i d g e s , Neptune a n d
127i
72 25
K0
Inn- on bridges, .Mataiviin
C 00 1037 Wm. M. Bersen, lahor BelUiiiH Avenue ro;ul
expressage on book
» ; 3) I
.-(jsls
•••
yellow pine for Takanas10") S:!l "C;irl:in &• llevlin, mntel'iiils
mar road
•J10 L<Toy U.'inn-tt, labor At12G 44
John S. Applegate, j r . ,
• 4 bO ; 712 ( i . C . W i l l i a m s . J a s t t . ' . ' i - " s \ s
.see.
Lake
bridge
379
51
Ml J . L. KilimoiYth. p r i n t i n g . .
201 9S
1C 20 10SS Kdward Dllatush, balance
fur bridges, .Malnwnn
Ichia AvtMLiu? rond
13 20
! ;i;l K. II. H c r g c n ,
cnstable
1163 William Reed, labor on
1278 traveling expenses CounE'J2 J . L. Kinmoulli, p r i n t i n g
I
contract .price Alleiltown
17 50 l.:iJ Citi-tim . t llevlin, ninleriiiln
911 Cartiin , t l>«vlin, materials
ty Board of Taxation
2LC W |
costs
bridges. Upper Freehold..
S3 13
Collector's r e p o r t
33 12
10 19|
road
f.H bridges, Ilolm.iel
for roads, Marlboro
Stewart, Warren & Co
8 2»
1,497 71 11CC J. B. Wliite, Collector, w a .711
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p
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Joiiii.snn,
c
m
s
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a
b
l
c
r,KJ Ocean Grove Times, p r i n t I 1053
stationery
17 50 S3:i O e o r g e W. l.iiiiil).r!s.)ii, lii!H_' I*. IX Clayton, labor Atkina
5 Jacob
C Taylor,
labor
7SM|
r.ists
ter and sewer rent, court
DO
S2 00 | I
liiir on b r i d g e s , H o l i n d c l . .
Avenut road
Mkldlotown roadd
929 CO
173 55
IB*' Sea B r i g h t News, p r i n t i n g .
2tf)! J1S J a m e s M. Wailing, c o n s t a house and jail
94 53 1279 Smith Premier Typewriter
Co.,
stationery
.
.
.
1000
:M:J William HUVLMIS, labor CorPi 01 V.I K, S, Xcsliit, niiiterlals for
F r a n k A. Bolleld, labor
ble coals
11(17 Joseph H. Rosell, Jr., supKi5 Long Branch Record, p r i n t 12S0 Haggerty Bros., inspecting
10 40
lK's Avfiiue road
•- ••
b r i d g e s , .slirewHliury ;mil ••
B0 00
Corlies Avenue road . . . . . . . .
K)2 SO 716 J a m e s M. Walling, ci.nstaplies for jail
21 0)
ing Collector's report
yellow pine for Oceanic
1M4 J o h n
'I'. Mopping,
labor
1001 Board of Water Commis<.
57 38
51) 00 \
Ocean
11CS Elmer Smythe, labor court
!
hi,- eosls
12S1 bridge
SftS P . H a l l P a c k e r , p r i n t i n g
IS
S
O
Mlfltllt-iowu road
Ktoners. Red Bank, water
SK
F
r
a
n
k
Blowers,
lahor
on
house
2
00
232
S
O
!
717
i-ietro
Tomalnl.
cniistable
John
Brower,
labor " o n
Collector's r e p o r t
119 37
[145 W i l l i a m Hulse. labor A t 1S7 08 1109 Samuel Rosengarden, s u p for stone roads
bridges,
Wall
12S2 bridges, Middletown
C57 M a r y McGowun, labor c o u r t
22 00 1082 IX H. Ireland, lali'ur AtItins Avenue road
1 3 S 715 J a m e s K. Willie, c o n s t a b l e
plies for jail
13 41
' S3''. Abe 1-'. Blowers, labor o n
William L. Conover, labor
house
••• •
112 90
('orlie.s
kins Avenue road
58 40 1170
14 00 !l4t; ( \ L. l,o\v. labor
William Glblln, labor c o u r t
bridges, Wall
• • ' ' '
12S3 on bridges. Manalapan . . .
CSS W i l l i a m Giblin. labor c o u r t
22 00 10C3 John Bonnett, labor lligliAvoiimroad
!
C
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92
7
1
9
Jtil'ui
Wliite,
labor
Frvcliol.l
house
a
n
d
jail
.'
40
30
, „ , , M',7 William I'.i-iinett, liibor o n
Harry H. Hulshart, labor
house a n d jail
4C 50
'M7
Steven
Sondi^rniiT,
labor
lands
Kravcl
road
1,438
20
4'0O
1171 F r e e h o l d G a s L i g h t Co.,
I
,u nl
b r i d g e s , Wall
Matawan
road
.
.
.
KJ9 W i l l i a m M c D e r m o t t , l a b o r
15
00
*'orli«'B Avenilv road
lOCt Walter B. Abrnmn. labor
!
12 70 1254
c o u r t house a n d jail
13 19 I 720 T h o m a s
McKnlght.
labor
s:;s William Rodney,
tending
„
William L. V a n B r u n t , l a c o u r t house
m
1G8
7G
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W
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l
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II.
Whit.;,
labor
Mflliurst
a
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d
T
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n
n
e
n
t
rotul
55
53
11
m
7
0
00
1172
K
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w
a
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d
McGlory,
l
a
b
o
r
M a t a w a n roail
He;i B r i g h t d r a w b r i d g e . . . .
bor M a t a w a n road
600 G D- C a r s o n , c h a i r m a n , f e r CO 00 1005 Howard Daird, labor Balrd
Oorlk-a Avenue road
12 15 1255 W i l l i a m L. V a n B r u n t , l a c o u r t house y a r d
<•0(t 721 10. <:. Hacon & Co., ' s t n t l o n ,.„„.,' vai Cons.iliilated ( i a s Co., liKlit- !>2 'a M'J C.
tilizer for court house yard
226 34
B. Layton, labor Corliea
100 95 1173 E. G. Bacon & Co.. s t a t i o n and
H c r y e n s 1 Miils r o a d
cry
•
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b
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i
d
g
e
s
bor
M
a
t
a
w
a
n
r
o
a
d
601 Freehold Gas Light Co., gas
Avenue road
38 50 j iocs B o u n d
Brook
Crushed
59 34 12S0 Collins Bros., l a b o r Mata2S 80 722 W i n . l i . Hiirknlow, s t r a w
ery
sli) Dwen J . Melee, labor o n
court house and jail
155 08
434 24 1174 H . A. S u t p h i n , T r e a s u r e r ,
S t o n o Co., s t o n e for r o a d s
1S1 50 Ifii) Melvin. Bt'dle, hibor Corlies
ID ai) '
f u r n i s h e d f o r jalt
b r i d g e s anil m a d s
w a n atone road
C02 I I . M. Nevius, prosecutor s
Avenue road
32 00 10G7 J o h n
Bvcrnham,
painting
.
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discount
c
o
u
n
t
y
note
241
68 12S7 A. I l o w e l l Miller, labor ori
723
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A>-res.
tending
Goose
salary and telephone ex215 10
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U
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l
Gouldy,
labor
A
t
k
i
n
s
sprinkling
wagons
32
20
45
00
31S93
"
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1175
K.
1
0
.
Hutchinson,
Cashier,
"court
h o u s e a n d Jail
Neck d r a w b r i d g e
bridges, a n d B e l m a r road
penses
Avenue road
33 00 10G8 I-f. S. S p r o u l , - s u r v e y i n g
discount county note
.307 2 . 1288 William M. B e r g e n , l a b o r
, , .
i M2
721 Kdward W. Remseii. s e r Albert Palter.-:"ii. t'-ildinpf
603 W. W. Ramsay, probation
439 1G
.K}
Tims.
H.
L-innpbi'll.
watuhKoyport
and
Middlotiawn
55
00
fl7(!
J.
W.
Naylor,
printing
12
00
10
'»
vices
rendered
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Bay
d
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Belmar
r
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a
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officer's per diem and exin^.Htcani roller. 'I months
noa,iia
1177 Matthias Plum .stationery
01 10 725 K a t e June, t e n d i n g d r a w SI3 Owen J . Mel'-e. labor nil
12S9 A. H. B r o w n , l a b o r Bel"
penses
40 00
£! week
15 00 10IB K d w a n l s L u m b e r Co., n i a 41 00
Cl) O l )
117S M. W. & C. Pennyuacker,
•'
bridge
Takiiniissee Liike
bridge
,
m
a
r
r
o
a
d
604 K l w o o d M i n u g h , c o n s t a b l e
labor F r e n torial for Ocoahic b r l d t r e . .
122 C9
printing
74 55 720 A. C. l-lrrl.-kson, labor Iron
430 75 9K1 T). Callahan,
, !
a n d bridges, o c e a n
1290 Lewis E l m e r , l a b o r A t k i n s
costs
159
30
<>s
liold
a
n
d
-Manillapan
road
26
05
H
00
;
1070
I
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A.
W
a
l
e
s
,
labor
H
l
g
h
o r e road
1179 M o n in o u t h
Democrat,
^
Ml J u h n V. Conover, liibor o n
Avenue road
605 A- J- C. Stokes, nsslstant
I I . Auniaek,
labor
I
l a n d s g r a v e l road
~.
printing
13 00 tfA M'ifi.
727 F r a n k A. Holiekl, l a b o r on
1231 William M c D e r m o t t , Jr.',
bridges. Wall
prosecutor's salary
10 70
Go 4
1C3 2D j 1071 Alonzo Uro\rcr, m a t e r i a l s
K f j m s b u r ^ road
SH Oi) Si."i J a m e s i-:. Hennessey, l a b o r
II. Campbell, Cashier, d i s 11S0
oj bo
roads
labor, c o u r t h o u s e a n d jail
6M John M. Allen, Justice costs
!
f o r liridpri'n, A t l a n t i c
!}"»"> l ' i ) h r a i m Laird, l a b o r ' iOiifj21 81
•ount county note
72S J o h n L. IlendrlfKnon, labor
1292 Jacob
C. Taylor,
labor
on bridges, Ocean and N e p 607 Charles W. Seller, constable
434 G5
614 46
li si] t o w n road
i'>
53 CO 1072 Georfie W. P a t t e r s o n , J r . ,
23 75
11S1
28 00
Hustler P r i n t i n g Company
. on roiids
137 74
Middletown road
t uui;
coots
.—
95fi
W
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n
,
A.
V
a
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Mater,
l
a
b
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1.000
Cei-t
w
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a
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p
l
a
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k
,
printing
1293 J o h n B e n n e t t , l a b o r V a l 729
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II.
Vnn
Net,
labor
D
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K
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10.
S.
Vanleer.
niiUerials
for
608 John A. Howland, sergeant
144 00
42
50
86
04
H
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w
e
l
l
Middletown
road
10
00
j
40
00
j
US2
lienry
C.
Ivins,
Incidental
75 00
354 Gl
ley Drive r o a d . . .
ic r o a d
b r i d c e s . Wall
a t arms' salary
!>57 Hoard of AVater Commis1073 "VV. A . H a n l i i n s o n , I n s u r I
expenses
1291 Fred D. Wlkoff. coal for
730 T h o m a s lioatty, liibor on
^17 lOverett M a t t h e w s , labor on
C09 James Ackerman, services
IS 60
50 00
sioners. Key port, s p r i n k ance on county property . .
10 25
49 50 j HS3 J. Walter Butcher, labor
25 00
steam roller
80 07
B r i g h t o n Avenue road . . .
rendered coroner
bridges. F r e e h o l d
81 00 107-1 Wm. J- Matthews, labor on
ling- Keyport stotio r o a d . .
Adelphia road
12K John Peltit, assisting en731 J a m e s
Knvaiuuigh.
labor
610 J a m e s J . Reed, services r e n SIS J o h n F r d e r i c k s . labor o n
15 00
40 6S
bridges, Howell
G :K
10 00
30 55 ii si Charles Breese, Incidental
gineer on steam roller .
B r i g h t o n Avenue road . . .
7S 25 1*58 J a m e s Ofkerson, lubor Cordered coroner
bridges, Holmilel
1296
32 40 1575 John
lie.s Avenue roa*l
Tolly,
labor on
expenses
John L. Ely, labor Holm732 Muiiasijuan
Gravel Co.,
611 O. A. C l a r k , services r e n ,.
'S49 T u c k e r
Wliite. liibor o n
90 00
35 1)0
!O
It.
T.
Foriiirin,
labor*
Corbridges,
Howell
10
00
S3
48
H85
J.
s.
White,
justice
costs..
del road
g r a v e l *or roads
95 20
dered coroner
.......
14 50
bridges, Neptune
1297
:s oo 107G Thomas Reynolds, labor
lies Avoiiue road
15 55
! HSii J. S. White, justice costs..
W. A. Hankinson, labor
"X! C. L. Low, labor on r o a d s . .
C13 H a r v e y 8. Brown, services
-•• °" I S50 N. J . W e s t Va. Bridge Co.,
Ofifl I t o b e r t W a r d , labor A t k i n s
14 SS
on bridges. Howoll
5 00 '31 J. M. Robblns, labor l ' e r 10 20 I US7 J. S. White, justice costs..
done
on road
scraper
r e n d e r e d coroner
, . _^ !
r a i l i n g L a k e Coino b r i d g e ,
13 00
7 60 1077 Mary
9 OO
McGowan,
labor
175 00
A v e n u e road
Freehold
j 11S-S Drummond's D e t e c t i v e
rincville roitd
013 G. F . W i l b u r , services r e n 10 r.i) j
wall
...
court house
19G1 J n s r p h P r i c k c t t , l a b o r A t 12'JS John M. Braly. materials
5 00 '35 It. 1). Bush, labor on r o a d s
S *y
Agency, services rendered
1 )l) W
d e r e d coroner
'
i vr,l Lewis Lumber Co.. m a t e r 9 GO 107S S. A. IjOckwood, insurance
k i n s Avon lie road
for
Allen's
Mill
bridge
I
for
Prosecutor's
office
1
9
0
OS
J e s s e P . Manahau, labor
614 Q. P . W i l b u r , services r e n 49 S4
ials for bridges. N e p t u n e .
101 77
T h o m a s R Hardy, labor on
county buildings
....'
10 00
103 '
23 00! IISD c . \V. Seiler,
constable
Moninoiith Bench road —
dered coroner
1299 Holmdel
",2 Geo. W. Appleget, labor on
; 35 1079 A.' C. E r r l c k s o n ,
H o l m a r road
labor
John M. Braly, superin_j
costs
23 00
'87 J a c o b C. Taylor, liibor Mld615 J a m e s I I . Sextpn, b u r i a l i n 60 00 1)63 I I . S. K i n m o n t h , l a b o r on
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bridges, Neptune
I r o n Ore road
tending construction Al15 00 / •. d l e t o w n road
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Van
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; S53 J a m e s K. Hennessey, l a b o r
87 40
A t k i n s Avenue road a n d
1050 John E. Foster, judge's
12 SO 1300 len's Mills bridge
constable costs
3S l l t c h n e l
Mulvllilll,
liibor
61C J o s e p h A c k e r m a n , services
124 3G
I
on bridges, Neptune
40 00
bridges
••
salary
Elijah
Buckalew.
labor
5 00
416 GG 1131 John A. Howland, sergeant
(Red 11,-1 nk road
15 00!S7il William H. Floo-J, incidenr e n d e r e d coroner
173 50
904 II. E." Stanton, labor A t k i n s
1051
Edmund
.W.
ThrockmorDavis
Station
road
at
arms'
per
diem
739 William Hulse, l a h o r on
617 W . H. Slocum, services r e n 1301
23 00
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tui expeii.ses
47 00
Avomie road a n d b r i d g e s . .
ton, use- of property for
Henry A. Ford, labor Da5 00
111)2 Chnrlts Brown, constable
r o a d s , Neptune
,
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d e r e d coroner
30 40
L o n g Branch liccord. p r i n t 10 00
I
storage of lumber
COHta
40 William H. P a t t e r s o n , lii618 W . H . Slocum. s e r v i c e s r e n 8 02 1302vis Station road
35 00
in ,i.,
deceased soldier
ing
37 41 10S'2 James Norman, labor oh
Frank S. Blaln, labor on
5 00
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Smithburg
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Shrewsbury
711 W a l t e r Marks, labor Adel297 00
constable costs
DOG Jiert PitteiiKer. labor A t 619 W i l l i a m D. H u l s e , c o n s t a 42 00 j i 30 3
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deceased
Howard Baird. labor Balrs
28 00 WS3 Thomas McKnight, labor
2 30
phia road
111)4 Joseph
McDermott, p e r
k i n s Avi'nne road
ble costs
15 00
112 60
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soldier
road
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and
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41 GO i s r i ' Gllliert Combs & Co., coal
R.
Balrd
Tllton,
labor
33 24
road
25 31
111 00
107 00
court •
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iipiin road
ble COStB
494 71
12 %
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for power house
road
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C. Asii F r a n c i s , board of
9C8 "William K. Sickles, labor
i 11U5 P e t e r
Grlflln,
constable
621 W i l l i a m 1>. Hukic, c o n s t a 1.105 Adelphia
Alonxo White, lahiir c o u r t
Jolin White, labor Manala3 30
32
03
expenses
2,375 60
4
50
prisoners
Corlies
Avenue
mail
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costs
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supplies
A. U. Errickson, labor Iron
46 (»)
13 40
Tinton Falls road
t e r i a l s for Cooper's b r i d g e 1,531
2i! S59 H.
25 00
lies Avenue road
Gl In
bio costs
ble costs
15 41
154 40
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furnished for j a i l
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William Giblin, lahor c o u r t
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125 00
7411 M a t t h i a s Plum, . s t a t i o n e r y .
2.) 00
prosecutor's salarv
ble costs
Corl ios A ven ui1 road
11
71 45
33 50
I
house a n d jail
road
10S7 T h e J o s . A. G r a y Co.. 3
747 I I . W . I n g l l n g , s e r v i c e s t o
624 E l w o o d M i n u g h . c o n s t a b l e
971 F r a n k Osborn, s u r v e y a n d
119S William 15. Walling, conI 130S Neck
McDermott. l a b o r
r M j Mil William
Perrine & Buckalew, tile
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roads
stable
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47 00
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for
culverts.
Marlboro
.
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>
972 O m a r Sfitklott. labnr H i g h 9 75 iiy;) Samuel Howard, constable
625 H e n r y Schoenlein, justice
1309
Dennis
Callahan,
labor
• 9 CO
10SS H. M. Nevius. p r o s e c u t o r ' s
1 70
l a n d s K ravel rnud
costs
costs
.
21 9S
34 00
Manalapan road
salary, telephone expenses
626 A r t h u r
W . Kelly,
court
973 Ilendrlek C. Rnyder, labor
1200 H . W a l l a c e Bennett, s e r 1310
Thomas
G.
Orr.
labor
Man100
00
stenographer's salary
P a t t e n ' s Corner road
37.. 63
vices r e n d e r e d p r o s e c u t o r ' s
12 CO
70 50
alapan road
i, 627 John R. Snodekor, Impanel974 P a t s y F a r inch, labor Coroffice
10S9 J . II. D. V a n Mater, l a b o r
3 50 1 3 U E. E. Throckmorton, su3 00
ing coroner's jury
*
lies Avenue road
1201
Benjamin Huliek, labor on
66 CG
17 00
Freehold
and Matawan
perintending
construction
CG
30
638 Maxcy Applcgate, printing.
975' Aprilo F1c r r o . liibor A t k i n s
74 86
bridges, Howell
122 24
road
Colts Xeck road
207 SO
G 30
&K) S. V. Arrowsmlth, school
lib1
costs
Avenue road
1202 Arthur \V. Kelly, t r a n 15 00
1312 P e t e r F o r n i a n , s u r v e y oC
15 00 1030 R. H a f e m a n , laDor Adel28 00 753 William II. Wilson, c o n s t a '
expenses
examiner's fees
97G J. A. H a r r i s , labor A t k i n s
20 05
script copy testimony f u r phia road
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600 W. D. IiVkes, salary a s Janble costs
Avenue road
nished for court
20 00 10!tl J. H. 1): Van Mater, labor
4 40
road
23 50
02 25 754 F.dwiird
;
minis
itor a n a incidentals
W . Wise, Justice
977 C l a r k - D. Havlland. labor
1203 Arthur W. Kelly, tranFreehold
a n d Matawan
1313 Harry B. Hulshart. labor
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r,r. i S07 W i l l i a m R e y n o l d s , l a b o r A t 031 W. V. Hoynolds, salary as
Corlies Avenue road
SS 65
s c r i p t copy In B a n e s m u r 6 00
road
31 20
50 00
Matawan
road
80
00
"'
kins Avenue road
engineer
i
755 Kdward'' W.'' wise,' "justice
J a m e s K a v a n a g h , labor on,
,
d e r ease
10 00
1002 George H. Bills, justice
1314 Joseph L. B u t c h e r , labor
"9 50 w i * W i l l i a m A. Oble, l a b o r A t 633 W. A u e . Thompson, labor
costs
roads, Long- Branch
2 15 1201 A r t h u r W . Kelly, s t e n 12 40
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24 05 7511 Kdmund S. Rue, typewrit"
j
k i n s A v e n u e road
court house
979 Buffalo Steam Roljer
Co.,
ographer's salary
100 00 1315 T h o m a s G. O r r , on a c - 21 50
1003 \ V . V . "ReynoVd's, " s u p p l i e s
; KU9 J o h n H. L.-irrison, liibor
~ £33 J a m e s H. Conway, labor
ten copies road Hpeciticam a t e r i a l s for roller l
32 70 1203 Arthur W. Kelly, sten38 00
14 00
procured for engine house
count c o n t r a c t M a n a l a p a n
0 00
^ ™« I
Corlles A v e n u e roiid
court house
tions
OSI) M a t t h i a s Woolley, s a l a r y . .
100 00
ographer's
salary
I M OO 1091 J o h n
L. B o t h r o H ,
constagp
connecting road
JS70 H o w a r d B e n n e t t , liibor A t 120 00
63S J o h n Buckalew, labor on
125 OO
b i ocosts
1 30 1206
757 Graliuni, Clilsliolin & Co.,
8 SO 9SI W i l l i a m B. Conover, s a l a r y
W i l l i a m D . llulse, c o n • 6 2B
k i n s A v e n u e road
!-<«-'!
bridges, Upper Freohold...
E l m e r 10. Polhumus, s a l a r y
70 00 131G P e t e r F o r m a n , s u r v e y of
stable
costs
125
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9
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,
salary
1207
William
I).
Hulse,
con12D
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prosecutor's
salary
...'.
125
00
14 40
Adelphia road
5 25 75S Charles T. Hly, constable
I
kins Avenue road
56 00
brldgos, Upper Freehold...
33 00
9,S4 Geor^a W. P a t t e r s o n , J r . ,
stable costs
1036 W. B. Duryea. treasurer,
costs
^
1317 Cornelius L a n i b e r s o n , l a « 1 0 I S72 JOilward R e y n o l d s , l a b o r A t $3G Andrew Jonnsom labor oa
s a l a r y a s clerk
1208 Joseph S. Applegate, labor
100 00
s e r v i c e s of nig-ht w a t c h 8 00
bor M a t a w a n r o a d
!
Vitins A v e n u e road
15 IS 759 Thomas G. Orr, liibor Man14 20
bridges, Upper Freehold..
20
00
on
bridges.
Middletown...
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L.
Moreau,
printiapr
15
00
15
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alai);in road
28 Jt> : S73 J o h n F l e m i n g , labor A t I 131S Geo. W . Conover. s p r i n k 637 W i l l i a m
Roed,
labor o n
1209
Stai osir L u m b e r Co.. m a 1097 John A. De Roche, salary
11 20 >8(i W. V. Reynolds, s a l a r y a s
!
kins Avenue road
ling Valley Drive road
2 63 7ii0 J. II. 1). Van Mater, labor
73 14
bridges, Upper Freehold..
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100 00
SO
00
clerk.
Surrogate's
office
Mntawan road
a
9
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11 CO 13W Curtis W h i t e , l a b o r A t k i n s
701 Wlllliim A. Fountain, j u s 1098 David S. C r a t e r , s a l a r y a s
16 00 1K7 H a r r y J . Bodine. burial i n 638 Thomas Patterson, labor oa
|
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Avenue road
4 00
8 00
prent p e r s o n s
Ambrose
M a t t h e w s Co.,
375 00 1210
tlee costs
30 00
Surrogate
bridges, Upper Freehold..
™ w : S75 Jiimes R. Scillthorpe, l a b o r
1320
S.
C.
A
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,
labor
labor a n d materials for
7U2 Howard Parker, constable
5 00 9SS H U R I I S. Kinmonth, services
1099 Joseph L. Donflhay. salary
S3S William A. Rodgcrs, elecI
Atkins Avenue road
54 90
Shark River bridge . .
24
90
rendered
coroner
b
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g
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165
66
37G
03
COHt.S
aa
Deputy
Surrogate
tion expenses
1 °0 i JJ7I; G a n n e t t
Farlach,
labor
1321 W i l l i a m I I . W h i t e , labor
7l!3 G. C. Williams,
justice
15 00 1)89 W. D. Lykca, s a l a r y a s j a n UOO Freehold Gas Light Co.,
610 William H. Horncr, justice
1211 J o n a t h a n H . Clayton, l a Corlies A v e n u e road
Atkins Avenue road
2 0:
28 00
3UO
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.'
11
94
35
10
costs
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s
.
Howell
.
.
.
!S77 C u r t i s W h i t e , labor A t k i n s
1322 Fred
Smith,
J r . , labor
990 li. Forman Barkalow, s a l 7'H John 10. Foster, Judge's sal1101 Leonard
J . Arrowsmlth,
(HI Georgo Van Wickle, consta1212 11. C. M c C l e e s , l a b o r o n
Avenue road a n d b r i d g e s ,
Smithburg road
4
«2 05
asslstaut engineer
410 CO
ary
50 00
salary a s clerk, Surrogate's
ble costs
15 07 1323 Fred
bridges. Middletown
Neptune
iSmith,
J r . , labor
Ml John T. Tetloy, coroner's
office
75
00
G42 Grover C. Williams, Justice
rt!5
Howard
Balrd,
labor
Baird
1213
J
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B
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,
labor
on
S7S C, 'I'. Hendt-tckson, labor
9 00
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b
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road
48 75
foes
35
30
41
40
i
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:
Charles
E.
Strong-,
county
costo
road
b r i d g e s , Middletown
107 00 1324
Atkins Avenue road and
H. H. J o h n s o n , o o a r d of
1
I)'J2 John. T. Tetley, coroner's
199 50 121.1
__.,port Weekly, printing
detective's fees
Joa. T. B u r r o w e s Co., m a bridges. Xeptune
299 40 ;oi; Ilowani Balrd, carting pipe
;
lunatics
4,742 92
S 00
fees
Collector's report, &c
for roads
62
60
|
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Stephen
B.
Bergen,
cont
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r
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s
f
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bridges,
M
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, „ - ,i S79 ( i c o r g e W. K r u m , l a b o r Cor1325 C. A s a . F r a n c i s , c o u r t
bill
DM John T. Tetley. coroner's
7 00 I
(H4 Jonn T. Tetley, coroner's
i'l!7 A. C. l-'lsher, saliirv
;
stable costs
dletown a n d Shrewsbury..
25 SO
jo- J i
lies A v e n u e r o a d
93 50
J a n u a r y t e r m , 1M8
3,724 36
fees
fees
•
70S 11. I). Leroy. salary
41 45 1101 Peter
Griflln,
constable
1215 J. P . S h a n l e y Co., a c c o u n t
3? ni i WO M o n i n o u t h G r a v e l Co., g t a v 1326 C. A s a F r a n c i s , b o a r d of
i)!)4
Garret
O.
Honprlnnd,
M.
D.,
1 J
feS J o h n T. Tctloy, coroner's
7i;'
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Wlllliim
B.
Conover,
salary
costs
7
00
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for
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s
Avenue
road
30 50
rjsoners
1,192 75
services
rendered
coroner
1
feeu
770 J u h n R. Hnedeker,,• e n n s t a 15 00 n o ; K. S. Rue, salary a s clerk
Colts Neck road
I ',. Hutcbinson, Cashier,
lunlap & Lisk,
Pottery
9!S J. Turner Rose, M. D., serCiS John T. Tetley, coroner's
r 901I SSI 10.
of grand Jury and incllile eosls
'
1216 K d w a r d F . Taylor, l a b o r
727 40
discount county-*,;iote
, . _. ;
Co.. pipe f o r u s e Holmdel
49 83
vices
rendered
coroner
.
.
.
.
fees
5
00
d
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a
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expenses
58
33
on b r i d g e s . Holmdel
771 T. Adillson Henderson, c o n , oj iSS2 George II. Van Winkle, con15 .0 j
road
9 GO
0% IT. 15. Lcroy, salary as free647 Richard Deeves. purchase
<nr ,«> • - " E - K - T h r o c k m o r t o n , s u r 1217 Albert Nelson & Co., ce5 GO
sta)ih> costs
i
stable c o s t s
1328 Samuel F . Scott, labor o n
holder ,.
price for land to straight415 75
U5 oo
veyor's fees county roads
m e n t, b r i e k, «tc. for ,„., „,
Frank
B. Tllton, j u s t i c e
, ,A ^ SS;j Georire II. Vnn Winkle, con50 00 772
Corlies Avenue road
G 00
en road
li:)7
Henry
Arnaldy,
Jr.,
ex1107
Montnouth
Democrat,
s
t
a
bridges, I'pper Freehold..16 0 0
costs
(
!
stable costs
107 00 13-J9 W a l t e r T e r r y , five a n d a
64S Holmes H. Matthews, plank
28 72 121S I'"). J. Keaeh, tending Oceprcssagu on book
2 50
tionery
& Co., 11' j 7, :<iXI George 11. Van Winkle, uonI l n
8 25
210 00 773 W i l k i n s o n , G n d d i s
«. ™
" d a y s ' w o r k s t e a m roller
for bridges, Ilowell
23 80
110S W . H. D u r y e a . s t a t i o n e r y
anic drawbridge
10 1 1 MS J. J. Rood. M. D.. services
.supplies for Jail
!
stable costs
60 00 1320 J . N . Beers, coal a n d wood
633 S. M. Ely, labor on bridges,
rendered coroner
5 OO 1109 IT. W . Buck, s a l a r y a s
1219 Leon A. L i t t l e , r e p l a n k i n g
774 P e t e r
Grltlin,
constable
r -n ' SS5 George H. Van Winkle, c o n 32
SG
7'00
11
for
s
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Millstone
150 OO
c o u n t y road s u p e r v i s o r . . . .
travclinpr
Clay P i t c r e e k bridge
5 R0 98!) \V. T. Hoffman,
costs
;
:
stable costs
09 50 1331 if. M. Dolan, l a h o r on
* j-&jft George Belrne, labor ou
1110 Georgo C. Schmidt, c o n expenses for February and
1220 R o b e r t H a n c e & Son, m a 775 J o s e p h 10. C o w a r d , s a l a r y
{y. QQ ] KSli Joseph Rue, constable costs
10
00
• 9 39
bridges,
W
a
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l
a
n
d
Neptune
bridges, Millstone
15
24
stable
costs
March
t e r i a l for b r i d g e s , S h r e w s a s steam roller e n g i n e e r . .
JIJ uu ^ ^^rah;!,,! l>errlne, constii1322
A r t h u r W a l l i n g , labor Mid651 Lakewood 8upply Co., ma1111 W. H. Morris, burial debury
57 75
77t» A. B. Crawford,
supplies
hle costs
4 4S 1(100 Statesir dumber Co., ma9S 00
5 43
dletown road
14 40
terials for bridge, Howell
33
00
ceased
soldier
terials
for
Court
House
and
1221
Leon
A.
L
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a
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k
i
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g
for Jail
sss "W. I.. Conover. justice costs
1 95
E l m e r E. Morris, 20 d a y s '
132 P a t r i c k McCue. labor on
70 03 1112 Wm. O'Drlen, labor Sea
jail
Clay P i t c r e e k bridge
472 13
supplies
SS'.) George
I I . Bills, Justice
100 00
10 00 777 W . V. Reynolds,
Inspector Oceanic b r i d g e . .
57 22
' Rod Hank road
15 20 1222
Brlffht bridge
1001 B a r n e y Feltinan, h i d d e n - ,
T h o m a s Gleason, lahor o n
for engine house
eosts
-,
1324 John M. Braly, e n g l n o r i n g
653 John T. Hopping, gravel
3
00
1113
F
r
a
n
k
W.
Baker,
labor
on
tal
expenses
b
r
i
d
g
e
s
,
Millstono
85
34
77S
L.
C.
P
a
c
k
a
r
d
,
supplies
for
1.024 25
services
t
o
d
a
t
e
Oceanic
4 7G 590 Chester A. Ilaines, constafor roads *
3
90
bridges,
Neptune
1002 J a m e s M. Ayres, h e a d s t o n e
court liouai
1223 W i l l i a m C u r t l n . labor on
lile costs
5G9 63
bridge
.. 654 George Lambortson, labor
15 OO 1114 Paul C. Taylor, labor on
I. ' f o r deceased soldier
!::ritliii,
coiuitiiblc
b r i d g e s , Millstone
V . W. Ramsay, probation
il 00 77!l P e t e r
.1 00 591
1335 P a t r i c k McCue, l a b o r on
Holmdel road
14 75 1224
bridges, Neptune
1003 Joseph McDenhott, index•O.HtS
J . E . R o b b l n s , labor P e r otlleer's p e r diem a n d e x 112 00
S
h
r
e
w
s
b
u
r
y
road
j W) G. H . V a n W i n k l e , c o n s t a 655 J o h n C. Crawford,
labor
1115
W
.
H
.
Morris,
burial
d
e
ing records, &c
132 81
rineville road
%45
penses
77 83
82 50
bio coats
3 90
33 00 1225
1336 William H. Aumack, labor
T i n t o n Falls road
ceased soldier
'.
MM C. I). Barkalow, justice
Holmes Patterson, labor
592 I l e n d r l e k I.'. Snydor,
con44 75
!
SI G. H. V a n W i n k l e , c o n s t a on
bridges,
Raritan
1116
J
o
h
n
Storer.
l
a
b
o
r
H
i
g
h
costs
1C0O
on
bridges.
Millstone
134
25
656 B o r o u g h
Atlantic
HighC3
stable costs ,...: ..
Ofl
ble c o s t s
.....:..
9 00
72 OO 122G J o h n
1337 E r n e s t Smith, five a n d a
l a n d s and Sea B r i g h t road
1003 n . R. Barkalow, justice
Hyres,
labor
lands, materials for Valley
593 Joseph .loiinsoii, eonstalile
on
half
d aUyJ sJ w
s t e a m i-,*in"iroller
78 05 7s2 Henj. A. V a n B r u n t , l a b o r
8 25
19 25
costs
..vm U
miitnhi 3^t;^iiii
b r i d g e s , Howell
Drive road
7140
50
17
9S2 23
on bridges, Ocean
100G C. 13. Barkalow, justice
1333 C. I,. Low. l a b o r o u b r i d g e s
657 R . H a n c o & S o n s , l a b o r o n
1227 W. K. McDonald, c o r o n e r ' s
S91 8, ' it. 'iier«en,""coiVsti'ibie
May 13, 1903.
7 00 7S3 A. C. H u r l e y , labor on
eosts
4 76
and r o a d s , N e p t u n e a n d
roads
fees
,..
80 30
eosts
11
Of
l
10
00
b r i d g e s , Mldu'letown
10G 00
1007 W. D. Hulse, constable
Wall
65S Dunlop & Lisk Pottery Co.,
S'.I5 Joseph Lewis, services as
1117 L e w i s L u m b e r Co.. m a t e r 1228 J o h n W. F l o c k , b u r i a l In7S1 W a l t e r D. F a r r y , loan s u r costs
69 00
William H u l s e , labor A t materials for bridges, MatI n t e r p r e t e r In court
3 0C
ials for bridges, N e p t u n e . .
digent persons
101 00 1339 kins
12 86
1.000 00
p l u s fund a c c o u n t
24 00
A v e n u e road
10OS \V. I). Hulse, constable
awan
S:)(i
I'liwood
Minugh,
eonstnble
1118
L
e
w
i
s
L
u
m
b
e
r
Co.,
m
a
t
e
r
1229
J
o
h
n
W.
F
l
o
e
k
,
b
u
r
i
a
l
i
n
M W. K. nevercux. traveling
Sickles, l a b o r A t costs
638 John H. Cook, printing Col32 00
eosts
C3 Ii
23 95
ials for b r i d g e s , N e p t u n e .
digent persons
40 00 1340 William
2112 80
expenses (County
Board
12 00
k
i
n
s
A
v
e
n
u
e
road
lector's report
1
W
9
(•;.
H.
Crawford,
constable
Rose, services
1119 J o h n F r e d e r i c k s , l a b o r on
1230 William A. Robinson, M. D.
Taxation)
.'
20 00 S'J7 J, 'i'urner
Thomson, labor A t CCO John T. Hopping, labor on
costs
2S0O
renderedd ccoroner
25 0(
roner
b r i d g e s , Holmdel, A t l a n t i c ,
services r e n d e r e d c o r o n e r ,
500 1311 John
8 70 78G George M. Freeman & Sun,
108
80
kins
A
v
e
n
u
e
road
bridges, Middletown
1010 W. s. Stryker, labor FreeS9S
A.
P
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C
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,
c
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s
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a
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M
a
t
a
w
a
n
228
3G
1231 C y r u s Knecht, M. D., s e r burial Indigent persons —
70 00
1342 Joseph J o h n s o n , c o n s t a b l e
GSl Thomas J. Wise, labor on
7G65 1120 J. R. Barry Lumber Co.,
hold and Matawan road...
30
eosts
vices r e n d e r e d c o r o n e r
5 00
18 85 7.S7 J . II. Wilson & Co., stone
10 ED
costs
Hubbard's bridge
1011 Klljah
Bucltalew.
lahor
899
AV.
10.
M
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D
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n
a
l
d
,
c
o
n
o
n
e
r
'
s
materials
for
bridges,
Nep1232
J
o
h
n
T.
Tetley,
c
o
r
o
n
e
r
'
s
03 31
for roads
1343 H a r v e y s . B r o w n , e x a m C62 M. P . Yard, amount of
C3 88'
Diivls Station road
fees
88 5
3 93
tune
fees
45 45
783 R. II. C. Thompson, Inci30 OO
ination l u n a c y c a s e s
bridge tender's fees, Bel1012 Rlljah
Huekalew.
labora l t e r L. Rc.oil, Services
1121 Atla
Atlantic Coast
Electric
a
1233 J o h n T. Tetley, c o r o n e r ' s
84 22 900 W
dentals
1344 C. Asa F r a n c i s , t r a n s p o r t a ford drawbridge
89 53
Dnvl.1 Station road
rendered
coroner
Of
25
270 00
C
Light
Co.,
llBhinp
bridges
fees
4150
7S3 Charles H. T. Clayton, bur65 W
tion fees of p r i s o n e r s
CG3 Jos. T. Burrowes Co., liibor
1013 J o h n Landcuroft, labor A t 901
John
N.
Hurtls,
burial
Indi112
H.
H
C.
Snyder,
y
,
labor
on
1234 J o h n R. G r a v a t t , c o r o n e r ' s
35 00
ial deceased soldier
1345 C. Aaa Francis,
jurors'
on
bridges,
Shrewsbury
Ulns Avenue road
5 00
gent person
15 0
23 50
bridges, MMarlboro
l b
fees
1100
4 9S 790 Charles 11. T. Clayton, burmileage, & c , January term
and Middletown
1011 J . M. Kly, labor r o a d s ,
902
W
a
l
t
e
r
I".
Havens,
services
1123
H.
B.
Pitcher,
Iron
pipe
for
1235
R.
S.
B
e
n
n
e
t
t
.
M.
D.,
s
e
r
35
0
0
ial deceased soldier
1908
:
664 Manalapan Light Co., light1,400 20
Holmdel
33 25
rendered for coroner
5 0
25 00
culverts Freehold
vices r e n d e r e d c o r o n e r
6 00 "ill J. M. Braley, labor Kea
10 00 1346 H. B . S t a n t o n , l a b o r o n
ing Filigllshtown bridge.,.
1015 J o h n F u w l e r , labor A t k i n s
N. lOrvin, s e r v i c e s r e n d c r d
1124 J. W. Danser. lumber for
1231! Oliver Smallwood, M. D.,
1.4S7 00 903
llrlglit drawbridge
roads, Neptune.
6fS JOB. W. Thompson, labor on
18 60
Avenue road
12 50
for
c
o
r
o
n
e
r
5
0
80
82
bridges.
Freehold
services
r
e
n
d
e
r
e
d
c
o
r
o
n
e
r
130
75
20
00
792 J. II. McLean, labor Katon1347 Daniel Gouldy, labor o n
bridges. Shrewsbury
101G W e s l e y w . Thompson, l a 1125
J. W . D a n s e r , l u m b e r f o r
1237 Theodore Huliek, c o n s t a 17 32 901 10. G. Bacon & Co., s t a t i o n t o w n road
roads, Noptuno
G8« William H. Ilorner, Inci10 00
b o r on roads, Ocean
145 00
ery
7C 3
bridges, Freohold
71 73
ble costs
38
50
50 793 J . M. Pollionuis, labor Aldentals
1348
J
o
h
n
J
a
c
o
b
s
,
labor
o
n
1017 F r a n k a. Blaln, labor o n
11'05 E n g i n e e r i n g News, p r l n t 1125 J. W. Danser, lumber for
1238 Wllllani D. Hulse, c o n s t a l e n t o w n & Davis S t a t i o n
607 Shore Electric Co., lighting
ronds, N e p t u n e
15 EO'
Sinlthbiirn
road
05
35
(1
125
01
!
I
n
g
bridges,
Holmdel
47f)
ble costs
18 00 1349 Abo B l o w e r s ,
bridges
labor on
WOO
road
1018 Ailatn Brown, lubor B c l * '
!W Maxcy Applegato, p r i n t i n g
45
1127 J. W. Danser, lumber for
1239 Jolin E. Foster, judge's
roads, N e p t u n e
791 J . W . Nayior, p r i n t i n g col60$ A. M. Posten, burial deceas7 00
^.u 1^1907 Klnior 10. Morris, team hire
n i a r road
82 00
78 02
bridges,
Matawan
salary
,
,
401 10 1350 J o h n
ward.
labor o n
308 40,
'35 00
l e c t o r ' s report, &e
ed soldier
w | t h „,,,., m
r,)Uo|.
101!) J o h n Lee, labor Corllos
1128
Frank
E. Meyer,
lumber
1240 Elwood Minugh, c o n s t a b l e
b r i d g e s . Millstone
""" F r a n k II. Brash, liibor on
C69 Monmouth Democrat, print14 40
Avenue r o a d
22 40
„ ,, r I 90S J, II. Biiwden & Co., r e p a i r s
33 90
for
bridges,
Freehold
costs
,
00
75
1331
I
m
p
e
r
i
a
l
Mfg.
Co..
black
37 GO i
bridges, S h r e w s b u r y
u
Ing
MM J o h n Thomson, l a b o r A t -'' !
for steam roller
1129 10. M. Osborn, materials
1241 II. M. N'evius, prosecutor's
sllfc c a r b o n for Sheriff's
791! Win. A. Van Mater, labor
fitfl Monmluth Democrat, printkins
Avenue
rond a n d
,-. r ( , : W)9 Michael
Trncey.
one-half
43 93
for bridges, Wall
salary and telephone exoffice
292 RO
Middletown road
Ing Collector's report
3 OO
brl.lKcs
88
00
|
inontb'.H s a l a r y a s e n g i n e e r
1130 Bound & S p e r l i n g , l a b o r
penses
339 98 1352 S. B. B e r s e n ,
797 I I . II. WalmvrlKht, e x t r a
671 li. S. Rue, salary as clerk
constable
1121 .T. Ailillaon E l y . labor o n
steam rolleimaterials
painting
bridges
1212 Frank
Howard,
services
services for b u s i n e s s of
of grand Jury and incidencosts
14 1)0
b r i d g e s , Millstone
39 01
Wall
49 40
S01 15 ! " l n I'11""1'' Sniythc, labor court
rendered prosecutor's of55 33
H
o
a
r
d
tals
1353
Joseph'
J
o
h
n
s
o
n
,
coniltalil'o
1022 Cleveland r a t t e r s o n , labor
1131 Al
M0
o n n a 111
nt
Longaatreet,
Longaatreet,
fice
3 50
I 79S1 I I . A. Kiitpbln,
cashier,
Costs
B72 W. I I . Aumack, labor on
14 00
on bridges, Millstone
42 00
, , , . . , , , , 911 Charles
L, s t o u t ,
Meere30 CO 1243 W. W. Ramsay, probation
palntlnff
dges, Wall
ltl
bbir id
53 75 i
Hehool nrdi'rii
bridges, Raritan
1354 C h a r l e s Gouldy, labor o n
1023 T. II. Wnril. l a b o r o n
'
[
inry's s a l a r y ,
Co. liouiil
J. I I . Shepherd, l a b o r ou
1132
olllccr's. sulury imd. « I 79'.) J o h n I t . A l l a i r e , s c h o o l o r roads, N e p t u n e
6?3 15. H. V. Stultn. printing
G 00
lirliltre.i, Mlll.itmm
74
21
90
0i
1G
85
Taxnllon
.
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.
Freohold
ponaOH
,
,
,
.
,
,
,
,
292 SO
'lei"
79 51 1335 Steve S a n t e n e l , labor o n
103 71 ,
Collector'?! report
1024 W i l l i a m C'ahlll, l a b o r o n
v
| 912 Charlesi L. Ktout, slntlitnOwen J. Melee, labor on
1133
N)0 11. W . B e d f o r d , u c h o o l o i 12-14 John W. Sloiium, service.'!
671 William
It. Hendricksoti,
roads, N e p t u n e
(
700
bi'ldtfOM, IMIlbitono
30 75
„-. „- i
c r y purchased for County
152 40
b
r
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,
B
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o
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t
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n
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Cliaflei)
17 CO
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Justice costs
13'i6
F
r
a
n
k
Blowers,
labor
o
n
11125 J o h n
W. llulsic, J u s t i c e
lH
l o n rdd ' 'I'lixiilioii
'•'1 - ' ,
I ' t i
Owen J . Melee, l a b o r on
1131
WIIIIM. miiruet' uann
•S'U W i l l i a m G. C o n o v r r , s e b o o l
250 00
075 Henry Hchoenleln, Justice
I'oaUy,
N
e
p
t
u
n
e
10
00
rniit.i
:i>i:s
WIllli.TM
I
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.
(VHrlon,
.'inliiry
830
K
23 00
bjidye.'i, K a l o n t o w n
7 5') |
order
'-'•' I'atrlek Hartnett, labor oil
cost H
274 117
1357 ("'. 11, L a y t o n , l a b o r o n
|
.'IH nMShitjillt
.'urcrt^tuiy
ioi!<; Wllllani c . Illicit, l u b o r o n
313,") OwP.n J . Molec, labor on
IKD.!
C. G o r d o n I l y e r s . s c h o o l o r bridge.'!, Mllliitonu
,,,,
fi78 George Van Wleklo, consta11 83
roads, Nontunu . . . . . . . .
9 50
C
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u
n
t
y
Jlnunl
T
a
x
u
t
l
o
n
^-i;
brldGe.-i,
1'Yeeliold
hrldcren.
Ocean
817
CO
7 50
C 11 '
<ler
12IG .Tame'i Iticliardii, labor oil
ble coiitn
•109 SI
1S5S Irving'
White, l a b o r on
'.ill \ v . ]*. ' I ' h1 r o d k m o r E o n . Mton113U I,. (?. Ayrcn, l e n d i n g d r a w 102/ J o b n Jucoliu, l a b o r A t k l n n
I RO.I' l i a n l e l
I. s t l l w e l l ,
seliool
bridges, Ilowell
677 l!)lwood Minugh, constable
21)10
1C 2 3
roads, N e p t u n e
1
!
"KniplK'i '*' Mulury C o u n t y
bridge ((loose Niick iliiiw)
Avenue road
[1^ f^D
order
38 DO
1217 R. A. Croxmm, labor on
119 07 ;
13.
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n
I
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a r r i s o n , labor on
luiartl
T
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1II2S
J
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I
I
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Dnini,
l.'ibiir
F
r
e
e
1I3T
Asa
(Uirtiu,
labor
on
a j j i l i O l R o b e r t L. R u d e r , s c h o o l o r bridge;!, Howell
«78 O. If. Hills',' Justice' CIVIMM."
9103
roads,
Neptune.
IMfi / n c h a r i a h Mcfi.'ilnr, l u m b e r
7 lit)
hold a n d Oollii Neck r o n d
lirldgen, Wall
der
•13 po
L1S Jerry Brokuw,
679 Chester A. llalnes, connta1,355 S i
uw, labor ou
1360 William L a y t o n , UUior 011
i
f o r lirl<li;i'a, li'rt'oholil
111:".) l l o w i i i - i l
HIM Thoiiuui 1'3. Manly, burial
laInldite.'i,
< 70 >*•"• c . 10. l,'. i l e t r i u k , uchool o r b
id
Il
blo costs
Ilowell
20 015
ro.'nlM, N e p t u n e
i
I Ulli Imitate 'I'. S. 11. Ilriuvli, l u n i 7 IiO
di'i.TUiied Huldler
linr Ailclplila roail' . . . ' .
2 00
iler
1219 W l l l l a n i
£$0 Fletro Tom.ilnl, constable
l
a
b
o
r
o
n
in,
l.'ild
I'errlhi'
D.
Clayton,
labor
lii-r a m i |,l|>.' fui- l>rhl K ,-si..
IIP) J . W. Dniiser, l u m b e r f o r
li:'.!) NVwauan Itros., l a b u r on
r,t; I M M i l ! ( M u i r l e a V a n . M u t e r ,
IMSIIICIbrlilite.'i , Mllbilone
rOf'lH
I
15 50
mi roail.'i, Neptuno
8W
b r h h t e s , llolinilcl
brldlieM. Will I
:
71 91
I2.il) B e n |a 1 iln Anderson, l a b o r
•!
selioul o n l e r
1,2 I:I oi '-' IV I'li.'irli'H l,i.win, iiiMlcrhilii
CM K d w a i d W . Itrinscii, c o n Hit- I). II. Ireland, lahor ou
fur
brlilKi'ii,
Mlildltttiiwli
lo:il .1. W i i l t c c H o t e l i e r , l a b o r
1110 .1. VV*. Dan.'ler, l u m b e r for
21 m I W)7 I. B. lOilwnrils, C a s h i e r ,
on m i d g e s . Mllhn.ilio
Htlible c o s t s
14
CO
iiii'l Shr<\v;il»ui'y
•11)7 r.:
roads, N e p t u n e
11 IK)
on l n i i l | ; e n . U n w e l l
23 lii)
brhlf'.e.'i, (iceall
sol
1 onler
l.'ilil Kit '
Ctiaiit'a ij. Irwln, labor on
b*2 L e w i ' , R . H e r g e n , const a hie
| HIS HullJiim-M.
n a l a r j ' mi
Ml:: K. .Mm-rl.'i (loi-ilon, l a b o r o n
1111 Stnle.'ilr liumhec ('o., n i a 1 arc; l i e n I'litcngof,
K Oil I Mis A brain Burton, school o r d e r
brl.Uvi'.'i, MIILit.mo
coiitn
2 1 CO
l a b o r on
:i!) (i
iiii.lr,'- liMiili'i10 1)0
brlilf,eM, IMiiliJiliipa ii
li'l'laln f o r b r l d ^ o M , l l o l m r.iad.'i, N e p t u n e
ii :::,
I w.l W i l l i a m 10. Wnril. school
t.'lini'li"! Hi-own, coilNlnhle
SU T h e o d o r e H u l i e k , eonnt.-ible
Co..
!'i:i
IMIIIIT
10. M I I I T I M ,
liiiulhif;
lo:i:i T i m s . II. H a i l e y , liilior o n
f.l 111
l.''il Mnnuiouth
(.ravel
• I.•! . .
MOO!
order
I'll.'llsi.
vtmt a
L
2 53
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am i laliui- l o t ' bi'Ulnt'M,
1,0117
BO
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693 R . F . B a r k a l o w , s a l a r y
extra
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Bc-rvlcea a t jail
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ing
1U4 <). B. Ir\vin, labor on roads
1597 A. Howell Miller, labor on
RAILROAD.
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1707
EngineeringRecord,
printMidilleiowii
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122
B0
bridges
and
road.
Wall
9,715 41
Stations in New York : Pentral K. R. of New
Office c
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Jl
1598 Win. II. Newman, labor on
1M5 P a t r i c k H a i l e r a n , labor on
lifD ilAHX, B. J .
Jersey, fuot Liberty Street und Wcot 23d Street; I
i Gilbert Combs Co., coal
roads, Middletown
'A 50 PeniMjlvania Railroad, foot of Cortliindt Street, I ———
38 00
Shark River bridge
AUDI wj
for engine house at court
IMG T h e itobfcrtH
Company,
16'jy John Fredericks, labor on
DesbrosMs
Street
and
West
23d
Street
j
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M.
NEVJUS,
bouse
materials
for
Oceanic
2.SS 03
bridges, Atlantic
£ 0 00
-.3*8 °*
On and ul.or Juno 28th. 1908.
! -i-A
COUKstLWR AT LAW
1709 Smith Premier Typewriter
bridge
:
COO 00
1G0O Thomas Clayton, labor on
1817
Co.,
stationery
T
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Company,
TRAINS
WILL
LEAVE
RED
BANK.
I
Henilnckton
B l « l . ftont au»«t.
10
65
bridges, Murlboro*
COO
8,57*! 78
materials
for
Oceanic
1710 L. S. Packard, supplies for
1C01 Samuel Scott, labor Shark
1488 H . A. S u t p h l n ,
Cashier,
For New York. 5 55. u 35 (Mondays only). 6 4E, 7 10,
"
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court
house
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6
6
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River
bridge
723
railroad tax order
7 12, 7 25, 7 40, S 03, 8 U7, 8 42, 9 20. 9 63, 10 46, T7REDERICK W.- HOPE,
42 00
A4o« 43
'.
1711 William McDermott, Jr.,
ISIS Conover & Young-, m a t e r 1002 Frank
Blowers,
labor
11 4ti
11
4C n. TB.;
m.; 12 00
00 .noon, 1 El, "2 50, •4"05. '4' "17.
1381 T h o m a s B e a t t y , l a b o r o n
labor court house
ials for bridges, i l a t u w a n
110 C5
COUNSEIXOR AT LAW, Shark River bridge
S4 2B
i!2 20
4 30. « 07, 7 30.7 35. 9 08 (Saturdays only). 3 57. I JL,on'g Branch and Asbury
June 10, IMS.
1712
H.
O.
Denise,
supplies
for
1S19
KiUvarcl W i s e , i n c i d e n t a l s
y 70
Offices
corner
Broad
and
Front
Staje
1
6
0
3
1-Iays
Foundry
Co.,
Iron
11 OOp. m. Sundays, 7 58, 9 43,11 52 0. m,; 4 45,
Park road
01 85
jail
RED BAKK. H. J.
10 00 l&!0 0. \V. Dean Co., on a c c o u n t
for Shark Itiver bridge...
COO
11 03, C 50. 810, 8 45. 9 08, 9 67 p. m.
13S2 John W. Campbell, consta14&9* H. M. Nevius, prosecutor's
1713 M a r y
McGowan,
l a b o r
contract. O c e a n i c b r i d g e . . .
3,500 00
1C04 J. W. Fearce,
tending
101 08
ble costs
For Perth Amboy. Elizabeth and Newark. 6 C5,
salary and telephone excourt house
22 75 1S21 H a ^ g - e r t y Bros., l a b o r on
Manasquan
drawbridge
1383 John \V. Campbell, consta(i 40, 7 10 (except Perth Amboy), 7 12 (Perth pHARLES H. IVINS,
34S 50
penses
Oceanic b r i d g e
&" 72
and labor on same
G2 00 1714 Producto Oil Co., oil fur
18 63 1490 G. H. Bills, justice coats..
ble coats *
,
Ainboy only), 7 40 (Newark only), 7 55 (ex- I V^
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
8 SO 1C05 Guo. AV. Lambertson, labor
floors court house . . . . .
27 Ci 1S2- Tbos. M a n s o n .fc Son, labor
1384 A. S. Hinging, post mortem
14'Jl Alonzo T. Severs, justice
1
7
1
,
5
Chas.
Li.
Stout,
salary
as
on Ke.u B a n k a n d Oceanic
32
00
on
bridges,
Holmdel
examination
5 00
8
42
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(Newark
imly),
ij
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a.
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County
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r
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25
4
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1CCG Kate Jones, tending K t y 1385 Hobtrt M. Marks, services
12 00 noon, 1 51. 2 50 (except Perth Amboy). I
11 40
1492 H. L. Irwin, justice costs,
Taxation and aupplies
MOO
112 10 H-23 1. A. W a l e s , l a b o r Valley
I'jort ilrawbrlOye
rendered coroner
13 00 1493 M. N. Smith, justice costs
4 05 (except Perth Amboy). 4 30. 0 07. 7 30 (ex- l^DMUND WILSON,
C 15 1CC7 Albert Patterson, tending
171C Maxcy Applefjate, printing
Drive road
,
70 00
y j CO
1386 John J. Leonard, stone for
cept Perth Amboy), 7 35, 9 08 (Saturdays only), JLJ
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
1S24
1494
James
M.
Walling,
consta1717
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85 00
Pleasure Bay draw
205 83
Oceanic bridge
l c C2
a 07 (except Perth Amboy), 11 0(1 (except NewBED BANK, N. J .
ble costs
ery
bridges, M a t a w a n
33 75
32
70
j
lt!08
F.
E3.
Price,
labor
on
cul3387 Frank H. Braach, hauling
Offices: POST-OFFICE BUILDING.
ark) p. m. Sundays, 7 58, 9 43, 11 52 (except
1495
Charles
W.
Seller,
constaJ a m e s Welsh, labor Free1718
H.
H.
Pemberton,
M.
D.,
1S25
verts
and
bridges,
Shrews31 75
stone Oceanic bridge
Perth
Amboy)
a.
m.;
4
4
G
(except
Perth
AmSI
50
[
ble costs'
bold t u r n p i k e
',..
a 00
services rendered coroner.
bury
805 00
D 00
1388 H . ' C . Wlnant, new piers
boy) S 03. 6 50 (except Perth Amboy). 8 10 "1 AMES E. DEGNAN,
1490 ' C. Asa Francis, board of
1S20 FYed
Smith,
labor
Free1719 F r e e h o l d
G a s L i g h t Co.,
Joseph ApplPg&te, labor on
1,233 27
Oceanic bridge
,
(Newark only). 8 45 (except Perth Amboy), O
prisoners
hold t u r n p i k e
17 50
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
g-aa court house a n d j a i l . . .
45 01
bridges, Middletown
12 00
1389 John T. Hopping, gravel
9 08, 9 57 (except Perth Amboy) p. m.
28 BBOAD STREET.
\V. D. Hulse, constable
1720 Arrowsmith Bros., burial
BED B A B E , N . 2.
1K7 I s a a c S m i t h , l a b o r F r e e 1CI0 Martin Griffin, labor on
330 30 1497 costs
for Middletown road
C 90
hold t u r n p i k e
10 75 For Long Branch. Asbury Park, Ocean Grove and
Indigent persons
25
00
bridges,
Shrewsbury
and
1390 James Norman, labor on
D. Hulse, constableintermediate stations, 115 (Mondays exIS2S Michael T r a c y , s a l a r y a s
Middletown
15 00 1721 John T. Tetley, coroner's
LSTON
BEEKMAN,
22 00 1498 W.
bridges, Shrewsbury
costs
10 00
e n g i n e e r steam roller
1*0 OO
ceptal), 5 27, 6 10, 9 45. 10 20 a. m.; 12 45. 1 37
fees
5" 50
"Wm. T. Conover, labor on
COUNSELLOE AT LAV/.
1391 John J. Compton, tending1
1S29
Bound
Brook
Crushed
(Saturdays only), 1 42 (Saturdays only), 1 52,
W. D. Hulse, constable
273 12 Ii2'l D. V. Verrine, supplies for
bridges, Middletown
25 25 1499 costs
Belford draw and expenses
Supreme Court Ebtsmimar.
Stone Ctj., stone for roails
4!iS*72
2 09 (Saturdays only), 2 25 (Saturdays only), NoUry Public.
1 CO i 1CJ2 Henry
court house iind jail
31 14
imlay, labor on
1392 George Curtis,
painting
Michael Whalen, labor on
2 41 (Saturdays only), 3 (Ml, 3 49. 4 32, 4 60, 5 18,
Offices 9 Broad street, RED BANK, N . 3.
1630
D. Hulse, constable
1723 John II. Polhemus, incibridges, t'pper Freehold...
E0 38 ; 1500 W.
Little Silver bridge
5 40. 5 47. Ii 22, G 35, 7 10, 8 27 p m
Sundays
roads
57 00
costs
dentals
3 00
1
C
1
3
Thomas
S.
Chamberlain,
1393 Aaron Armstrong, labor on
R. HERBERT E. WILLIAMS, ;
115, 4 60. 3 58. 10 36.10 54, 11 13 a. m.; 5 27. C 42!
1531 I l e n d r i c k s o n
& Bronner,
W. D. Hulse. constable
1724 Charles H. T. Clayton, incilabor on bridges, Upper
117 75 1501 coats
TInton Falls road
SURGEON DENTIST.
10 00 p. m.
materials
for
bridges,
dentals
51 S2
Freehold
19 50
Graduate University of Pennsylvania"!
1394 John L. Ilendrickson, laHolmdel
4 40 SUNDAY TRAINS DO NOT STOP AT ASBURY
1502 W . D . H u l s e ,
constable
1725
John
Gleason,
labor
on
1
0
1
4
Frank
A.
Huley,
labor
on
25C 00
Offieo Daya in Red Bank: Mondays, Wedneaitara
bor Middletown road
1532
Kstate
C.
G.
Van
Note,
coal
costs
bridges
GS 61
1.4S5 SO
'bridges. Upper Freehold..
PARK OR OCEAN GROVE.
and Saturdays; Tuesday evenings from 750 to 8:3S.
1395 E d w i n
M. B e e r s ,
labor
for drawbridges
€3 75
W. D. Hulse, constable
172U John A. Howlund, sergeant
1G15 J. M. Polhemus, flag Btone
135 00 1003 costs
120 Broad Street, Eed Bank, N. J.
Middletown road
For Freehold via Matawan, 8 03. 9 20 n. m ; 12 00
John M. Braly, examina.;
at arms' salary
75 00
12 7G |
for b r i d g e s ,
u n d cement
139G Kate Jones, tending Matnoon.
1
51,
4
30
p.
m.
Sundays,
9
43
a.
m.;
tion
and
report
on
Takan1E04 W. D. Hulse, constable
1
7
2
7
H.
P.
Johnson,
M.
D.,
yer170 00
I
Upper F r e e h o l d
awan and Keyport drawassee Lake bridge1D7 DG
4 45. 9 08 p. rn.
T\R. R. F. BOEDEN,
costs
vices rendered coroner....
50 I idG \V. A. H u l s e , labor o n
30 00
bridge
1834 W i l l i a m
Allen,
l a b o r on
TRAINS LEAVE NEW YORK FOR RED BANK
1505 C. B. Barkalow, justice
39 51 172S Cyrus Knecht. M. D., ser" '
SURGEON DENTIST.
i
b r i d g e s , I'pper F r e e h o l d . .
1397 William H. Aumack, labor
bridg-es, W a l l
72 50 Foot Liberty street, C. R. K. of N . J.. 12 01 (Mon- PATTERSON BUILDING.
costs
vices rendered coroner
BED BANK. N . J .
00 1017 J o h n T h o m s o n , labor o n
Keyport and Keansburg
15.30 F r a n k
A. Solield.
labor
days executed). 4 00. 8 30, 10 00. 1130 a. in.: 1 articular attention given to the administration ef
150(i
C.
B.
Barkalow,
justice
1729
Elmer
B.
Polhemus,
salb
r
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s
,
N
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p
t
u
n
e
38
00
34
00
road
Shark River bridge
CC 00
12 40, (Saturday only). 1 20 (Saturdays only),
costs
ary as freeholder
Anaesthetics.
125 00
» ™ 1618 George H. A say, labor o n
1398 Edwin M. Beers, labor on
1
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1
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3
30.
3
40,
4
45,
5
00,
6
30,
5
38.
6
30,
9
00
1507 W. AV. Ham say, probation
10 00 1730 H. D. Leroy, salary as freeb r i d g e s , Upper F r e e h o l d . .
Keyport and Keansburg
P. m. Sundays, 12 01. 3 30, 7 00, 9 10 10 00 D R .
I t i v e r bridg-e
CC 00
officer's salary and exholder
125 00
W. M. THOMPSON,
1C10 A n d r e w J o h n s o n , labor o n
44 00
road
a. m., 2 30, 4 00, 8 30 p. ra.
1S37 T u c k e r
White,
l a b o r on
penses
250 48 1731 A- C. Fisher, salary as
" 1b r i d g e s . Upper F r e e h o l d . .
DENTAL SURGEON.
1399 Covert & Truex; labor on
bridg-es. Ocean
2o 25
freeholder
125 00
150S John Hackman, constable
1G1!G R i c h a r d Hemlrickson, l a Red Bank, N. J. "
West 23d street, C. R. R. of N. J., 8 20, 9 60. 11 20 Over Postofflce,
bridges, Raritan .'.
1S3S R i c h a r d l l a f e r m a n , on a c costs
2 CO
b o r on bridges,
Upper
1732 Matthias Woolley, salary
Hours 8-5.
a. m 12 20 (Saturdays only), 1 00 (Saturday
1400 G. E. Borden, labor on
count contract F a r m i n g - •
125 00
1509
John
Hackman,
constable
F
r
e
e
h
o
l
d
.as
freeholder
G3
75
only), 1 20, 3 20, 4 30, 4 50, n 20, (i 20, 8 50. 11 50
bridges, Shrewsbury
21 05
dale
r
o
a
d
0S0
00
1 00 1C21 Owen J . Melee, labor on
costs
1733 William B. Conaver, salary
P. m. Sundays, (i 50. 9 05. 9 60 a. ra.: 2 20. 3 50,
R. J . D. THROCKMORTON,
1401 W. S. Voorhees, labor on
125 00 1S3U J o h n M. B r a l y , p l a n s a n d
as freeholder
b r i d g e s , Ocean
55 80
8 20 p. m.
24 00 1510 Arthur W. Kelly, court
Middletown road
DENTAL SURGEON.
SURGEON
specifications f o r c u l v e r t ,
stenographer's salary
1734 Edward
W i s e., justice
1022 "William Rodney, t e n d i n g
1402 Joseph K. Walling, labor
OFFICE:
'oot
Courtiandt
street
and
Desbroases
street
22
35
W
a
l
l
.,
74
€3
costs
Sea
Bright
draw and
S8 80 1511 Hendrickson & Appiegate,
on bridges, Raritan . . . . . . . .
Red Bank, N. J.
Penna. K. R., 4 00, 9 00 a. m., 12 30, 1 30 (Sat- No. 5 Broad Street,
2 Smith & Wesson revolv1540 Joseph L. Butcher, labor
1735
T.
E.
Hankinson,
consta110
00
helper
1403 Harvey S. Bedle, labor on
urduy only), 2 30. 3 10, 4 30. 510. 7 00 p . m
154
ers and cartridges
33 90 1*323 Consolidated
on bridges, Wall
'.
,23 50
ble costs
Gaa Com40 25
Keyport stone road
R.
FRANK
L.
MANNING.
Sundays,
8
30.
9
30
a.
m.
5
00
p
m
1541 Sea Coast National Bank,
1512 A. L. Hall, photographs of
pany, lighting bridges . . . .
92'93 1735 Elwood Minugh, constable
1404 John H. Curtis, labor Mid137 40
SURGEON DENTIST.
discount county note
193 30 West 23d street Ponna. R. R , 8 55 a. in.. 12 25. 1 25
10 00 1024 L. C. Ayrea, tending Goose
prisoners
costs
224 20
dletown road
(Saturday only). 2 25, 3 25, 4 25, 4 65, 0 55 p. m.
1842 N e w
Jersey
Standard,
RED BANK. K. 3 .
1513 Edwin C. Sloat, automobile
I
Neck drawbridge
45 00 1737 Frank Howard, services
1405 Estate T. S. R. Brown, lumBroad £jtreet, opposite Ford & Miller'a.
Sundays. 8 25, 9 25 a. m.. 4 55 p. m.
printing
27 70
hire in Shepherd murder
rendered prosecutor's of1025 J. W. Keough, material for
ber and pipe for bridges,
1
For further particulars see time tables a t sta1843
William
Pintard,
incidencase
fice
bridges
Middletown
S« 12
tals
44 26
T\R. R. W. JEWETT,
1514 John W. Hulse, justice
173S William R. Stevens, salary
1G2G H. S. Sproul, service on
'1406 Estate T. S. R. Brown, pipe
costs
as auditor
' G e n - P a s « "Agent,
««". •
new county road, MataPcnn.
R. R. | - L " '
DENTIST.
12 30
GC GG 1544 G. D. Vanderbcreh, materfor bridges and culverts for
ljen
ials
for
bridges,
Manala1515
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1739
Elmer
E.
Morris,
salary
as
wan
65
00
Eoom 14, Second National Bank Buildine.
£
"
X
s
*
*
'
Passenger
Agent,
Central
5oC 25
county
pan
72 78 K. R. of N. J.
54 80 1C27 Theo. M. Anderson, labor
costs
Road Supervisor
KED BANK. N. J
Iiv7 Estate T. S. R. Brown, maR
F
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B
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1545 Statesir .Lumber Co., ma151G A. J . C. Stokes, a s s i s t a n t
bridges, Matawan
52 Ed 1740 W. V. Reynolds, salary asj
V i n t
- Superintendent N. Y.and
terial and supplies for
terials for bridges, Howell
43 37 i-i. ii. iu It.
125 00
prosecutor's salary
engineer at court house..
80 00
Thomas V. Cottrell, labor
T>ESSIE CAMPBELL.
29 18
bridges and roller
1846 Statesir Lumber Co., ma1517 Joseph Johnson, constable
on bridges, Matawan
32 00 1741 Charles Van Mater, Cash-*-*
HIGHEST ENGLISH.
1408 John A. DeRochc, salary
terials for bridges, Manal14 00 ME9 Richard
ier, discount county note.
- [1 5 1 8 costs
3S1 37
Leo, labor .on
Correct
Enunciation. Painting in Water Colors.
as
clerk
in
Surrogate's
ofnpan
50 87
u
100 00 '
Joseph
Johnson,
constabridges, Matawan
38 50 1742 L . F i n e g r o l d . s u p p l i e s f u r t o r terma, etc., addresa BESSIE CAMPBELL.
lice
1
S
4
7
Adcock
Foundry
and
Manished for jail
175 98
i
b l e costs
1C30 Harvey S- Bedle, labor on
BHANCU AVENUE.
R E D BANK, N . 3.
1409 Leonard
J. Arrowsmith,
chine Co., materials for
i 1519 S t e p h e n
B. Bergen, c o n bridges, Matawan
5S8 20 1743 T h o m a s BroderlcU, c o n s t a salary as clerk in SurroIn effect June 28th. 1908.
38 55
35 00 1C31 K. M. Beers,
75 dd |
stable costs
ble c o s t s
labor on
a 70 ISIS bridges
gate's office
—
A
C.
HURLEY,
Lewis
E.
McBride,
labor
TRAINS LEAVE RED BANK.
I 1520 J . C. A c k e r m a n , c o n s t a b l e
3G7 00 1744 T h o m a s B r o d e r i c k , c o n s t a bridges, Matawan
SUR
1410 David S. Crater, salary as
VEYOR AND CONVEYANCER.
on bridges, Manalapan . . .
30 00 For New York, & c . a t 5 55, C 35 (Mondays only). , « „• .,
ble costs
11 5C
21 00 1CS2 Estate T. S. R. Brown, ma375 00 L r n , c o s t s
Surrogate
R E D BANK, N. ;
1849 Georg-e W. Patterson, Jr.,
G 45, 7 12, 7 25. 7 55 (to Newark j , 8 03. 8 27. 9 20. 115 Bridge Avenue.
i 1521 James M. Walling, consta1745 T h o m a s B r o d e r i c k , e o n s t a terials for brldgo, Mata1411 Joseph L. Donahay, salary
With
George Cooper for fifteen years.
c
10
•IC,
1145
a.
in.;
12
00,
2
50.
4
17,
4
30.
7
30
salary a s cleric of board..
C6 CG
45 50
741 97
ble c o s t s
wan and Raritan
IC 50
lfiG CC, '
fcl
costs
as assistant surrogate
7 35, 9 00 (Saturday only), 11 OO p. m. Sunlt-50 Georjre W. Patterson, Jr.,
1
7
4
G
Thomas
BrodericK,
consta1633
Charles
Major,
Sr.,
labor
11522
Lewis
R.
Bergen,
constable
1412 William R. O'Rripn, salary
days, 7 68, 11 52 a. m.; 4 45, C 50, 8 45, 9 08 p. i t .
R B. F. KING,
Incidentals
25 58
2 3 32
175
ble costs
35 00
on bridges, Howell
j
costs
and expenses County Board
1S51 George W. Couovcr, labor
For FreeholdjVia Matawan at 8 03, 9 20 a. m.:
1747 John A. Borden, justice
Conover, labor
VETERINARY SURGEON AND
re-sum1CS1 Raymond
72 00 1523 C. Asa Francis,
Taxation
12 00, 4 30 p. m. Sundays. 7 58 a. m.; 4 45, 9 08
on Valley Drive road
103 41'
2S
00
costs
)3
45
on
bridges,
Millstone
mon
ing
grand
jury
and
1413 v Charles L. Stout, salary
p. m.
145 3S 1G35 George J. Ely, labor on
1SK. Taylor Patterson, labor on
174S John A. Borden, justice
LITTLE SILVER, NEW JERSEY.
t ransportation fees
and
stationery,
County
Howell
20 00 For Lake-wood, Lakchurst. SLC. a t G 47, 11 06 a. m.;
IS SO
costs
4 10
orsos bboarded
winter
M. N . S m i t h , j u s t i c e c o s t s . .
bridges. Millstone
d d
i t and
d summer and treatssl
104 00 1524
Board Taxation'
s So 1S53 bridg-es,
3 03, 4 42. C 01 p. m. Sundays. 8 32. 11 06 a. m.; I
Benjamin Taylor, labor on
free of charge.
1719 John A. Borden, justice
1525 Alfonso Carrino, services
NSC Owen J. Melee, labor on
1414 H. W. Buck, balance salary
3 40 p. m.
i
bridges, Upper Freehold . .
35 SO
as interpreter
32 00
costs
300
19 50
bridges
C5 00
as road supervisor
For
Atlantic
City,
11
06
a.
m.;
1
42
p.
m
Sundays
i
L. Butcher, labor
1854 Joseph
152C James M. Walling, consta1750 J o h n A. B o r d e n , j u s t i c e
^ EO. D. COOPER,
1(137 Owen J. Melee, labor Tak1415 Bessie M. Dillett, salary
l H l i a . m.| 3 40 p. m.
-^i
Adelphia road
19 90
ble costs
,....
2,947 05
costs
13 75
SOS
annssce Lake bridge
*
CIVIL "
as
stenographer
SurroFor Vine.land. Bridgoton.&c, G 47 n. m.: 3 03 p. m. \
s
1S55 Dennis
Itiordan, inciden1751 George Van Dorn, labor
1C3S William McGatlan, labor
e r
Bn rno
50 00 l."27 Chester A. Haines, constagate's office
nnf"? n i
""'!, , irat at C 47, 11 OS 0. m. ; Postoffice
tals
3 00
ble costs
2 CO
250 08
on bridges, Holmdel
on bridges, Manalapan . . . .
1-1IG James M. Ayres, headstone .
RED BANK, N. 1.
J 0,1, l> 01 p. m. Sundays. S 32 a. m.
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con1752
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Donne
11.
labor
on
1C39
for deceased soidler
tals
50 W. G. BESLLn,
stable costs
3 OS
72 00
b o r on b r i d g e s , Middletown
bridges. Millstone ...w . C. HOPE.
1417 James M. Ayres. headstone
ACOB
C.
SHUTTS,
ISii" T h o s . . M a n s o n & S o n , h e a d H. V a n Winkle,
1753 J o h n F r a w l e y , l a b o r F r e e Vice Pres. and Gcn'l MET.
Oen'l Pass. Airt.
l « 0 Joseph R. Palmer, labor on
15 00 1529 G e o r g e
for deceased soldier
AUCTIONEER,
stone for deceased soldier
15 00
constable costs
42 00
7 00
hold a n d M a t a w a n r o a d . . .
17 50
bridges, Manalapan
1418 Jos. Dixon Crucible Co..
bpecial attention given
to sales
i
l of farm sto
1S5S Charles II, Crawrora, conGeorge 1H. V a n W i n k l e ,
AY. • H .
Broxmier,
labor
1CU "Willhim XX Emmons, labor
TN
CHANCERY
OF
NEW
JERSEY. farm
machine grease Sea Bright
implements and other personal property.
stable costs
3 50
3S 40
20 "0
constabit costs . . . ,
33 13
Freehold
and
Matawan
on bridges, Manalapan
dra vbridge
P.
O.
Address.
191
Broad
street.
Red Book.
1S5!)
Kdwin
C.
Sloat,
a
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1531
K.
M.
Conk,
c
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s
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Manalapan
L
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Co.,
r
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10C
To BELLE M. ABBEY :
1419 M a r y
McGowan,
labor
Telephone 2G4.
^ ^
h i r e (Shophurd case)
K 00
24 50 '
costs
,
5 10
lighting bridg-e
C 00 175" D u n i c l W o o d s , labor F r e e court bouse
By virtue of an order of the Court of Chancery of
ISM J. L a i r d Hulsi', b u r i a l Indi•
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McRrido,
labor
on
1C43
1420 J o s e p h M c D e r m o t t , t a x i n g
New Jersey, made on the d;iy of the date hereof, JJENRY OSTENDORFF.
l) e
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20
00
17
34
bridges,
Mannlapan
33
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labor
104 71
* costs
costs, indexing books. <&e.
m a certain cau.-fe wherein William II. Abbey is
„ _ _
1S01 T. E. H a n k i n s o n , c o n s t a b l e
Freehold
and
Matawan
I 1533 T l i c o d n r e F . Sniff on, j u s 1C44 Prior ,& Brock, stone for
1-121 W. P. Throckmnrton. sald
A
costs
'
1 4G B f i S , 1
36 50
I
tire costs
bridges, Manalapan
101 SI
road
ary as stenographer Co.
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ant,
you
are
required
to
appear
and
plead,
answer
1
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Patterson, labor
IC 15 Holmes
Board Taxation
Organs.
l i g h t i n g b r i d g e s , April
40 00 or demur to the iietitiuncr'3 petition on or before
tice costs
1S 55
hold a n d M a t a w a n r o a d . .
7 90
21 55
bridges, Millstone
142: Thos. J. McGarry, labor
the EIGHTEENTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER next, Office, do la Reussille's jewelry Btore, Broad S t .
1SI13 S h o r e
Electric
Company,
HO 5C ^'"^ Tlu'od'ire Huliek, consta17f>S W i l l i a m
Conway,
labor
leu; John J. Compton, tending
Highlands gravel road....
or,
in
default
thereof,
slli-h
decree
will
be
taken
Red Bank. N. J . \ >
lighting?
b
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s
.
May
Cl
00
ble costs
43 50
25 25
Freehold
a n d Mat a w a n
Pel ford draw
1423 George
"\V. Liimbcrtson,
nKinnat you 113 the chancellor shall think equitable
IStH S. M. Ely, l a b o r on b r i d g e s
59 75 153*5 Arrhe Forehunato,
services'
Ifi47 I-1,. J. Reach, tending Navelabor Holm del road
1
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The object of sail! suit is to obtain a decroe of
Braun,
laboi-' on
T T CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT.
30 30 1SC5 J o h n
h o l d a n d Mat a w a n r o a d . . .
1C.1S Artcock Foundry & Macontract'Oceanic bridge... 5,500 0? 1537. J. Frank Patterson, conbi-idjres. Millstone
7 00 divorce, ilissolviiiK the marriane between yon and corporations supplied with Stock Certificates
stable costs
50 S4
chine Co., labor on bridges,
1(00 H a r o l d B i n k s , l a b o r F r e e 1425 G. H. Ayplcgute, justice
the said petitioner.
JOSEPH REILLY.
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costs
Solicitor
of
Petitioner.
on
bridges.
Millstone
25
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Telephone
209.
RED BANK. N. J.
:
stable costs
CO 27 HMD Leon A. Little, labor on
1701 L e o n a r d Eminoiis, l a b o r
1426 G. f l . A p p l e g u t o ,
justice
T. 0. address, 1 Front street. Red Bunk, N. J.
• 1M7 W m . T. K e t c h a m . p l a n k
*> 05 ; IT'39 J. F r a n k
Patterson, con91 S8
Freehold
a n d •M a t a w a n
bridges. Middletown
costs
Dated August 17th, l;W^.
for
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Howell
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ISGS T h o m a s J. Wise, labor on
15-10 J o h n
E. F o s t e r ,
judge's
bridges. Millstone
31 50 17iI2 G e o r g e
Emmons.
labor
112$ Chester'A. Hainos, constaN RULE TO BAR CREDITORS, i
I
H u n b a r d ' s bridge
23 02
salary
500 00 1(51 John
I
Freehold
and Matawan
Dcwitt,
labor on
2 CO
ble costs
EXECUTORS' NOTICE.
1
ltffi)
Bedle
&
Collins
Bros.,
on
ir»41
E
d
w
a
r
d
Cash
inn,
s
e
r
v
i
c
e
s
bridges.
Millstone
27
75
!
roa
d
1429 W e s l e y W . T l i o u i ] i s o n , l a Louia T. Ilomaino. Sconce G. Itomaine and
i
a c c o u n t c o n t r a c t Keyport
iii Z a s t a r a ease
10 50 nr>2 Thomas Thompson, labor
1763 M. C. B u r n s , labor on
ISO 12 j
bor Urlghtrtn Avoiiuf road
road
I
l,(iiiS00 Washington T. Romanic, oxecutor^-of Julia A. T. ' 4
on bridges. Millstone
3S3 93
37 50
m a d s , Occun
DENTIST
,
1430 v i o l i n A. E a t o n , l a b o r o n
) ir.42 Ocorm.- V a n W i c k l e , c o n Romaine.
deceased, by order of the surrogate of j <
J1S70
It.
R.
Mount
,t
Bon,
burial
s
t
a
b
l
e
c
o
s
t
s
i
Patrick Hartnett. labor on
17fii J o h n H o l l a n d , l a b o r F r e e _7L OS i
•(*<»ads. U c c a i i
Second National Bank Building
the County of Monmouth, hereby trive notice to
!
indiurent p e r s o n s
2
1543 IT. T. P a r t r e e , s e r v i c e s r e n S 25 S
hnld a n d M a t a w a n r o a d . . .
bridges, Million*
1431 H e r b w t L . l ' c a s v , - l a b o r o n
the creditors of the said deceased, to brink' in their
|1ST1 J o h n R. Snedeker, a u t o m o 5 00 1C4
dered c o r o n e r
Rooms 8 and 9
Sidney Storer. labor on
17i>5 M a n n l a n a n
U*rht Co.,
5S 00 i
muds, Rtiritan
debts, demuniid and claims against the estate of
bile
hire
aiui
services
In-U W a l t e r
S. Reed,
services
0 00
10 C3 . l i g h l l n t f b r i d g e s
bridgi-s. Millstone
1431' I-. R Van Nt-st. iron work
said deceased under oath or allirmation, within
Shepherd case
C
13 00 HS5 John
rendered coroner
\V;i rd,
labor un
17i*t] J o h n G. S e x t o n , b u r i a l i n 41 M
on Oceanic bridge
nine months from the THlltTKENTH DAY OF
C. l l i n d o u ll\i-cs, railroad
1545 M o r r i s & W e s t , b u r i a l In35 20 1
difi'ent i»ersnns
bridges, Millstone
1433 Middlesex
Valley
Trap
JUNE. l'.KK. or they will lie forever barred of any
tUXC!
15 00 HT.0
digent person
17U7 l!eKKl«' M. D l l l e t t , s a l a r y
Leon A. Little, labor on
Hock Co., stone for roads,
action therefor against the Mid executors.
li ran d i n V . J o h n s t i n , r a i l services
13L 30
JI^S s t e n o g r a p h e r
t?urrobridges. M iddlelown
I(i7 47 1510 I I . S. Kin m o n t h ,
i tct-aii '
LOUIS T. KOMAINE
G 00 lir.7 •Wlllliun Cnrlin, labor on
road t a x i s
rendered coroner
'
grate's otVico
DR. ROBERT D1CK5ON.
3131 William A. Van Mat«i\ laI.EONCE tilKAKD ROMAINE.
f, 00 '' IJ-17 "W. I-:. Mel>onald, c o r o n e r ' s
19 C2 170S J o s . L. D o n a h a y . a s s i s t a n t
brirt ties. Millstone
b*ir Middle!own road
Veterinnrian.
WASHINGTON TYSON ROMAINE.
11G 20 IIVIS L. V, Conklin,
fet'S
j
surrogate's
salary
ICC
M
labor
on
115,1 J. l l m
I
a
l
ai?X. r.urtls. I) ll r
3T» 00 i Kds V'r. J o h n O p f o n m m . s e r 2 75 17t"!i I "avid S. Crater, SurroDOGS,
CATS, TOYS,
50 OO imi
7OTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF AC|
viees r e n d f r e d
coroner....
!
fruto's salary
'.
373 00
\V. <'. Winan't,' l';ibor' Oceon
We. t h ^ uudr-rsiKni-d. a l o i n m i t t o e of
143'i I.' ;;l:u' 1,1,"nnlli\v," "iYib I T
A SPECIALTY.
123 40 r>ll> W. M. H e p b u r n ,
?i-rvlcc3
C«>0 00 1, 1770 John A. Di'Iloclu*. salary
*
•
COUNT.
nni" bridg-'
: t h e B o a r d of I'hosi-si Fri-i-lioldi-rs duly
IC
00
:
rendf-red
e
o
r
o
n
e
r
a
s
elerk,
Surropa
te*s
otliee
IWil
Estate
of
Albert
II.
Ramlell,
deceased.
Rirhartl WikoiTf. labor on
100 00 ;iyipointi-d fur tbu purpiisi! h e r r b y - c i r Phone 207, Pair Haven, N. J .
1137 T i i i - k i • r ' White. "i ViiJ ,'.r" on
127 SO • I"1"11"1 W. M. H e p b u r n ,
services
13 00 ' 1771 Smith Premier Typewriter
Trustees' Account.
bridges, Millntone
Itlfy t h a t w e bavi- i-Xi.minr-d t h e f o r c 5 00
j
rendered coroner
!
(*o., stationery
Notice is hereby triven that the account.-; of the
Charles -T. Manlove. labor
42 ^0 1 troin^r a c r o u n t s of A s n e r T. Apple^-ato,
1WS .1. O i l " it. llufnu r. i'.i iVi'ii ii'lE
'
1
5
.
1
1
J
o
h
n
It.
G
r
a
v
a
t
t
,
c
o
r
o
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e
r
'
s
sutjHeribors,
executors
of
the
estate
of
said
deon
bridges.
Millstone
40
00
;
1772
W.
G.
Smith,
labor
Free!
t
'
o
u
n
t
y
l'o]li'i.-lnr,
from
the
Sth
d
a
y
of
nil | ai i 11 i n ^r i <m l T» I ' M Tur
CS 30 we deorije
3 00 '
fo«'S
hold and Matawan road....
14 00 i J a n u a r y , 1W$, to t h e 1st d a y of J u l y . ceased, will he audited ami stated by theStirn>e:ate
Cn hill, labor on
st vn.ni T< >UlT . . .
; 1'^>2 J o h n II. G r a v a t t , c o r o n e r ' s
17 50 i 1 T7:i W. Urmson, labor Freehold
I IMS, a l s o a l l p a s s b o o k s . Xrc... relating; t o and reported for settlement to the Orphans Court
bridges, Millstone
Oi
)K:t
I- l i i l l U ctl vc nil
'oil
57 DO
7 OO j h i s yaid ollice anil iind t h e same, e o r - of thet'ountyof Monmouth. on THURSDAY. THE
I
and Matawan road
Jon a tb an IT. Clayton, laCO u r t
<>
» S for ll no
10 00 ' lr>r>3 .1. "W. I t c n n e t t ,
services
TKNT1I DAY OF .SEI'TEMIlEIt, A. U.. 1'JuS.
21 00 [ 1774 Albert
Chambers.
labor '
bor on bridges, itowell....
rert and as herein suited.
30 00 1014
Dated July 3d. IMS.
;
rendered coroner
Freehold
and Matawan
Lcvis T.nmber Co.. materI W e liiul t h e bul.'incc in tlie h a n d s of
H4II F r a n k R DuHoi^, supplies
20 f*l : 1554 W. H. Morris, b u r i a l I n d i ials for bridges, Wall and
CHARLES A. VANDERHOOF,
road '
' 2100] t h e said C o u n t y t ' o l l e o t o r to bo F i v e
for road sempt-r
13 00
HENRY SMITH.
1,287
20
j
K75
J.
H.
D.
Van
Mater,
labor
thousand forty-seven dollars and nineNeptune
1441 Alonzo HniwiT, m a t e r i a l s
IN THE
75 25-! I.V"> O e o r p e X. looming1, s e r v i c e s
!
Fr(-ehold
and Matawan
| t y - t h r e e cf-nts ($,"i,(i47.?3), n
Charles Clifton, labor on
for bridges. Freehold
M
00
i
r
e
n
d
e
r
e
d
c
o
r
o
n
e
r
20 95 | Approved by me,
;- •
560
road
,
Shark River bridge
/ " | N RULE TO BAR CREDITORS.
14-12 Wilbur R. Lewis, labor on
T 50 I lu.'.tl F . 1. I.ony.^treet,
services
\V. I i . STEVEN'S.
1776 J. IT. D. Van Muter? labor
Robert Pavis, labor Shark
bridges. Freehold
I
rendered coroner
5 00
4 60
Freehold
and Matawan
Kiver bridge
1443 M. Tiacey, engineer's s a l Auditor.
- - - - — Jatr.ss It.
90 00 i 15." floorffe I-1. W i l b u r , s e r v i c e s
road
C. It. Lnyton, labor Knar a
ary, steam roller
31
M A T T H I A S WDOLI.EV,
id"
HoiiK, deceased, by order of the Surrogate of the
Nuisances within the township of Shrewsbury
!
rtMidered c o r o n e r
5 00
2,1 00 1777 J . H. D. V a n Mater, labor
litver bridge
II. n . ' I , R H O Y ,
1411 WilliMin H. P a t t e r s o n , laCounty of Monmouth. hereby ttives notice to the are hereby defined and declared to be, and they
3CS 9S | 1WS A. H. Todd, s e r v i c e s r e n I
F r e e Ii old
and Matawan
Daniel Onnldy, labor Shark
A. C. F1SIIE11.
bor Blue Hall road
creditor.-i of the said deceased, to brim: in their shall include and embrace:
;
dered c o r o n e r
5 00
3G 00
road
40 B
Conimiltee of the. Board of Chosen debts, demands and claims against the estate of \ 1. The placing or depositing in or upon any
Ttiver bridge
1445 Fred Wilson, labor Mkldle45 00 15f.il '1'. M. Appleg-ate, l a b o r on '
177S F o r m a n
H. Smith,
labor
Freeholders to settle with the County said deceased, under oath or atiirmation. within
- Smock I^untruvn road
\ 1CC9 Buelm lion &
4 50
r o a d s , Neptune.
Freehold
and
Matawan
Collector.
ber
Co., materials for
144G H. W. H a r t m n n , post m o r nine.months from the" TWENTIETH DArbF
tTJiV^MrdlZZ^Tl^lSZf^
5 00 l"jf.fl Ttalpha
Mann,
labor
on
00 V_ _
lirldges,
Neptune
a. n d
road
tem examination
MAY, 190S, or they will be forever burred of any part of the same, or any dead fish or any Dart trf
28 00
raiulH, N e p t u n e
145 S2 1779 F r a n k C o t t r e l l , l a b o r on
1447 I I . AV. Hart man, M. D.,
Ocean
net.on thereJ^iiBauist the said executor
, the same, or filth from privies or cesspools or catch
0
GEORGE
THOKNELL:
»
00
IStU
Tony
Vnso,
l
a
b
o
r
on
r
o
a
d
s
F
r
e
e
h
o
l
d
a
n
d
M
a
t
a
w
a
n
post mortem e x a m i n a t i o n .
Holmes II. Matthews, labor
—THOMAS II. VANTINE.
basinsor rubbish of any kind or description, or any
1(170
Neptune
21 00
r o n d
1 87
144$ II. W. H a r t m a n , M. D.,
on bridges. Howell
333 %
•••
Present chums to Join, S. Applcfc-aU.- & Son, ; house or kitchen "slops or garbage, manure IK
By virtue of an order of the Court of Chancery
i 00 1502 W i l l i a m TT. W h i t e , l a b o r on
post mortem e x a m i n a t i o n .
17S0 Ma r e e l ! us
Quackenbush,
owcepinKQ (provided that stable manure and other
William Harris, labor on
11.71
of New Jersey, made on the daj^ of ihe date hereof, Attorneys. lied Bank, N. J.
52
00
roads.
N
e
p
t
u
n
e
1419 F. A. Sofield, labor on
Ii) 23
labor Freehold a n d MataShark River bridge
~
— manure may \HI UH<X1 aa a fertilizer) or uny fou) o?
_
wherein Sophie Thornell in petitioner and you are
101 00 M
J. W. V a n ValKeuTjerKh,
roads. Neptune
w a n road
Donegan & Swift, materN R U L E T O B A RC R E D I T O R S .
offensive or obnoxious matter or substance whatJ 'M defendant, you are required to appear and answer
C 75 1672
l a b o r on r o a d s , N e p t u n e . .
1150 John J. Compton. t e n d i n g
ever
ials for Shark River bridge
68 00 17S1 K r a s t u s Bowne, l a b o r on
thepetitionor'spctitiononorboforvtheTWENTYADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE- „
. .
1561 Manila
Fella.
labor
on
Bel foid
drawbridge a n d
Leroy Miller, labor Shark
Freehold
and
Matawan
„
SEVENTH DAY OF AUGUST, NINETEEN
John W. IvinH, administrator of Mnnrarct Ivin.s,
*i- Any lull or leaky privy vault, cesspool or otijes
2S 00 1673
25 75
rofitly, N e p t u n e
. expenses
35 -3
road
Kiver
bridge
13 50 | HUhTDRED AND EIGHT, or in default thereof dt'certsed, by order of the Surrogate of the County receptacle for filth. _ _
1565 I. D. S t o r e r , labor on r o a d s
lir.l C. Asa Francis, dotlHonry
17S2 J o h n
Boice,
labor
FreeII. M. Rue, labor Deal
j such decree will be taken n&rainst you as thechan- of Monmmith, hereby j^ves notice to the ereditora ! J - AlluwniKor permitting any night soil, garbage
13 SO 1C74
Neptuno
inUc'fijre petit j u r o r s J a n u 11 00
hold and Matawan
road....
Lake bridge
0 00 cellor shall think equitable und just.
of" tht'
in their debts, de o r o t i i e r ofTcnaive or decomposing aglid or fluid
" .said deceased,
. to bring
.
a r y term. 1908
24 00 IMG W i l l i a m T e r r y , l a b o r on
John Grant, labor FreeII. M. Dolun, labor Shark
The petition in the above cause is made acainpt mands und clainiH aj-ain^t the estate of said de- ' matter or substance to leak or ooze from any cart
5 00 1675
roads, Neptune
1452 G. M. F r e e m a n & Son, b u r 31 00
hold a n dM a t a w a n r o a d . .
Kiver
River
bridge
o
O
you
for
an
absolute
divorce
on
the
grounds
of
detieiisod.
under
oath
or
aflirmation,
within nine . or wagon or vessel in which the name may be con35 00 1D67 J o h n Carr, labor en n e w
ial deceased soldier
ITS I P a t r i c k Maloney, l a b o r o n
Ili7( William
Flood, labor on
sertion, you beiiiir the husband of said petitioner
months from the SIXTEENTH DAY OF JULY, • veyetl or tarried.
stone road and bulkhead,
14r>3 J . C. Ackerman, constable
31 "3
Freehold • a n d Matawan
Shark Kiver bridge
CHAKLES E. COOK.
HK)y. or they will be forever barred of any actitm ! 4. The earryinp or conveying: through any atrast
7 00
474 00
Matawan
costs
road
Litt
HOPS, labor
Shark
' aO
Dated June 2fith, IMS.
Solicitor. therofur ainiinst the :?aid administrator,
1677
. any sub stance which ha.3 been removed from &ny
ladS GeorKO W. liiimbcrtHon, l a 1
1454 KeufTel &, F-sser Co., s t a 15 - 3 ITS.", l r . IS. I l u l s h a r t , l a b o r M a t Itiver bridge
privy vault or ccttspuui, unktis the same shall bs
SKinbacli liuiUiim, Aabury Park, N. J .
JOHN W. IVINS.
b o r H o l m d e l road
S 37
tionery
41 00
Edwin Lippineott, Jr., lanwail i;tt>no. rt>:l<l
i inclosed in air-tight barrel;, or in a perfectly tight
l
f
.
O
O
d
i
a
r
i
e
s
Wicoff
&
Bro.,
m
a
1
14& AVin. F- G r a v a t t ,
lumber
37 23 17S0 Ocnrf^o
bor
on
bridges,
Howell
yt-hcncli,
labor
and properly covered wagon.
chlno w o r k for s t e a m r o l _
for bridges, Upper F r e e Freehold
ami
.Matawan
I 5. All cartih)? of garbage through the streets of
i MTfl William C. Taylor, labor
ler
05
hold
v
3 ! 75
road
on bridges. Howell
; the township except between the hours of ounuefi
I
1
5
7
0
Hound
'
B
r
o
o
k
C
r
u
s
h
e
d
115(3 Win. F . G r a v a t t , lumber
and MIX. A. M.
1680 W. L. Conover, 't labor on
17.^7 CiiarU'J tjhirinan, m a t e r h i l j
Ktono Co., s t o n e f o r r o a d s
319 ,.- I
for brld^etf, MillHtone
H> 52
i ft. The burning of any mutter or aubatanco whlcij
bridges, Manalapan
fur bridges, A t l a n t i c
! l.'nl Hound
Brook
Crushed
1157 Tl. It. Mount »t Son, burial
! ahull emit, or cause, or produce, or caist off 0H¥
ltM Joseph Reynolds, labor on
17^S J o s e p h -MeDenuott, iiulux15
00
1
S
t
o
n
e
Co.,
-stone
f
o
r
roadM
indigent person
Cl 63
I foul or obnoxious, or offenaive, or IiurUTut. ur HJJbridges, Howell
iiiK records, copie.i in l u n 50 | 157:: H a r v e y H. l.Seillo, l a b o r
ltfS J. S. White, lncklontnlH...
j noyinir Kas, I'moke, fitenm or otlor.
ldSll Thomas Reynolds, labor on
i acy m a t t e r s
Time Table in Effect July Otli, 1 DO8.
107 CO
;
Keyport road
77 15
1159 J a m e s M. P a t t e r s o n , inci|
7. The (.'tutting or ilisclmrtrinjr into the ShrewBbridges, Howell
17S9 I I . W. 1IIKH"K,
oxaniiiia3
00
|
1
5
7
3
Win.
I-.
V
a
n
B
r
u
n
t
,
l
a
b
o
r
dentals
bury m* Nuvesink. or South Shrewsbury river, c?
1
C
S
3
John
Jacobs,
labor
Shark
10
C
O
tion
Hmai'v
e:iso
Subject to ctmn(;e \vitllout notice.
107 C2
41 00
1*160 GeorfiO W. PatUirsoii, J r . ,
'• into uny utvmm in tliiM townnhip, or on the boundKiver bridge
17M H. W. liiKlilu,'. liost m o r 55 «0 1571 !•:. V.. T h r o e k m o r t o u , s e r labor Adelphia road
i tiry line of thUi towimhtp, uny mibutuncowhich h&s
t n n exa lui nal ion
5 00
VICCM on roadn
102 00 lf»Sl William Fan-ell, labor on
14C1 Win. C. I'attcrKon, aHKlnt] lu'i'ii removed from any Vfiult, cesspool or sink, or
on bridges, MilltUone.
I7!H W. ll. Wilson, incidental
19 50 I 1575 J o h n
II.
Drum,
labor
111 mi r v e y Ijfi k e w o o tl road,
; any titful or otlu-r refuiie, li<iuida, or aolids, by aay
H^ 00
bridges, MllhUom;
expenses
S
C
O
I'oltn
Neck
road
37
DO
! jpipuHorutherwiHt?.
141.2 Michael Curt In. labor on
ICsf)
OurtiH
B.
Forman,
labor
[ 17K I l a r y e y
S.
Ilroivn,
e
x
a
m
7 50 I l&Tii Thoinaa AlcKnljriit,
labor
brld^ou, MlllHtouc
!
H. Any and i>vcty nuiitance an nbovo defined Is
on
bridgeH,
AUIlstoiK!
i n a t i o n l u n a c y eane
•H) 7 5 j
I
F r e e h o l d road
510 00
14H3 F r a n kt:i H o m e r , labor on
heri-by prohibited and foibidden within tha town*
lGStj Thomas I )ailey, labor on
KK! \V, 1". 'I'lirockmurlon, nal37 GS i 1577 I'rt-il Smith, J r . , l a b o r on
brh!K '. Millstone
whip of Sltrewabury, and any person trialciiij^, cf*Sta
is
brldneit,
MUlHtimo
.•iry
iis
uleiiiiKi'iiphi'r
CounCSS S7
I
SinithliurK road
UtM A. Kobinnim, nchr>ol exali*Ulletween Pier 24, fool of Franklin Street, Neiv York (Landing at the Hat- irifr, cau.'iinir, inaintaintiifr or permitting any of
It!s7 (leorgt; Y. Wilson, labor
ty Hoard Taxation
28 00 1[>7S I.oult! Itose, labor on roadM,
liior';i l'eeu
nui:ianer:i nhall forfeit and pay a penalty of
ltiSS II. 10. stanton, labor Shark
17111 1011a I". Crime,
discount
tern to tithe on and let off Passengers only), mid Ilighlmuis,
Ilii/Iihuul (wild
21 00
1465 G. A. Dentae,
Ciumler,
twnty-livo<!nl]n™.
C3 (fl
Kiver bridge
•o'inty
note
l
l
t
i
GO
gravel
112 CO 157:) J o h n T. Hoppini;,
Hchool ordorn
TIIG nlnivo i:i nn extract from tlio ordinances! « l
Beach,
Oceanic,
Locust
Point,
Fair
Haven
and
Red
Hank.
i
f
i
S
U
1'at
fly
1'Vi'riach,
labor
on
17115 I'-dvvin C Mont, nutomoblln
4S 00
for roadii
14tlfi II. A. ttutphln, Cntihler,
tin* board of health of Shrewsbury townnhli), ftncl
: i -3
Hliavlc Itiv«r liridjrts
r
hire Counly Hoard T a x a 25 00 l,>Sd (I. \). (Smock, labor l^iitonHchool order
tht> tianu) will I HI tnorotiKhly enforrwl,
Tolii'liunc Cull, 1101 KriinUin, Now York, nnil M-.I Kn\ llniil;. N. .1.
>.
1VH
. ) Alvanl l''orman, labor on
tion
lown
a n d iiOiijf
Itrantrh
14(17 William Mcuni, mind for
AUtKHT I,. IVINS.
31 50 17UG K. K. VoorheeM, auloinobllo
bridge!!,
MillMtone
10S 75
road
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I'rciiidont of the Hoard of Jiesilth,
111!'! Waller K. Allen, labor on
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A. C. IIAHKI;:ON, tji-netHry.
bridge;!.
Millstone
tion
113 76
rlnevllle
road
roadu, .Shrt:wtibviry
lffin; Allen J>ewltt, labor on
Daily except Sunday,
171)7 II. A. Kutpliln, tveamirur,
U.S2 III Huh
Huekalew,
labor
Daily ™ t v[il Hiiiulny.
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I N CHANCMUY OF NEW JERSEY.
A. M.
county noto
1C1 28
liavlM S t a t i o n retail
May 2ti, 1!»OR.
KKU K. I-:. IC Hiilhrrilz, materi I'ier 24. foot ..f | - | nlilin.Sli «'t..B 2li
A. M.
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Hank road
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J o h n A. Kuton, labor on
limir mill Knypiirt,
tlllMt
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tux ui.ler
i to dm Cum of I
1-omln, Ocean
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survey of drain in road,
Bed Bank to Oceanic
1377 John S. Lankanau, labor
Middle town road
'.
137S John Brower, labor on.
bridges, Middletbwn
1379 A. M. B e d l e , l a b o r o n
bridges, Raritan
1380 Jas. C. Hendrlckaon, labor
Middletown road
-
road tas£ order
14§4 Robert L. Kuder, railroad
tax order
*
00
1485 Joseph W. Johnston, rail, road tax order
22 00
1486 Harry Campbell, Cashier,
railroad tax order
35 70
1487 J. W. S. Campbell, Caahier,
railroad tax order
18 73
2,5S7 20
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NEW JERSEY CENTRAL.
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" ' " i L ' S ^ S ! B S I « « and Repaid of Pianos and
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Dr. H. B. Van Dorn
^
Special Notice
?
RELATING TO NUISANCES
Township of Shrewsbury.
T
O
MERCHANTS STEAMBOAT CO. OF NEW JERSEY.
Steamers Sea Bird and Albertina.
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IN THE VILLAGES ROUNDABOUT
RED BANK.
i
SHREWSBURY NEWS.
HIGHLANDS NEWS.
Int Shipment of Potatoes Made Monday Morning.
Several carloads of potatoes were .
D
hipped from this place Monday. This
vas the first shipment of potatoes from :
his place this year. The potatoes were
•aised by Aaron Armstrong, William 11. i
Jennett, Daniel Shutt.i and George L. :
reeriwood.
i
Mrs. Patrick Heath and her son Wiliam of Brooklyn art:, visiting Mr. and
,lrs. Charles M. Rockliill.
. |
Miss Maud Pierce of Brooklyn and i
ilr. and Mrs. Charles Edwards of Ridge- '
C . ' T . Maison had a bad fall last ield Park are guests of Mrs. George ;
Thursday and has since been walking itevens. Mrs. Elijah Matthews of j
lame. He was trying- to hang a sign lolt's Neck and Mrs. Garrett Matthews j
You will probably need a new pair of
from a step ladder, when the ladder f Eatontown spent Monday with Mrs: j
j
Kavc way and threw him to the ground. itevens.
Misses Lillian, Esther, Emma and •
He is able to attend to business.
Oxfords to carry you through the season.
A heavy thunder storm passed over /larie Hurley spent Sunday with Mrs. ]
]
here last Thursday night. Trees on the Sidney \V. Bennett of Nutswamp.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel E. Clark a r e ;
hill were uprooted and several lurKe
G E T T H E M NOW, before the lines
i
ones were shattered by lightning. The isiting relatives a t Lakewood.
Happy Days clubhouse was hit ami Gabriel Nelson attended the funeral
are
broken and you will be sure to be suited
several boards were torn from one side f his sister a t Philadelphia yesterday.' ,
of the building. The occupants of the Christ church Sunday-school will go i
place were shocked and two of them in its annual picnic to Asbury Park to-1
OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT!
•were taker, to the Long Branch hospital norrow. The trip will be made in stages.
Mra. William Clayton of Adelphia is !
for treatment Friday morning.' A
window shutter on the Tuxedo hotel isiting Mrs. Thomas Clayton.
j
"was torn from its hinges, the roof on
Mrs. Ashbel Borden and her son Dela-1
the moving picture gallery in the rear field will shortly leave for a trip to the
of Creighton's hotel was blown olT and Adirondack mountains. Mrs. Borden's
several tents along the shore were son has not been in good health and it
blown down and damaged. Lightning is thought that a change will benefit him. \
• struck one of Thomas McGinnis's houses
and tore all the moulding off the walla.
I t passed through a pocketbook on the
table, burning a hole through a $10 bill
which was in thepoeketbook. Another
heavy shower occurred Saturday afternoon, but no damage was done by that Come t o Hundreds of R e d B a n k •
18 BROAD STREET,
RED BANK, N. J.
storm.
People.
Harry Green's vaudeville company is
There are days of dizziness;
Telephone 301.
giving nightly entertainments of illustrated Bongs and short sketches at Fire- Spells of headache, sideache, backmen's hall.
ache;
David Soffel has opened a livery stable
Sometimes rheumatic pains;
on Miller street, next to Kanes's Derby
Often urinary disorders.
house.
All tell plainly the kidneys are sick.
St. Andrew's Episcopal church li:is
been newly'painted.
Doan's Kidney Pills cure all kidney
Reuben Parker's house, at Higldam ills.
Beach has been renovated.
•Here is proof in Red Bank;
Jack Goodwin, t h e boxer, who ha F. H. Weller, !>7 Went,Front street,
heen.training at Firemen's hall fdrscv Red
Bank, N. J., says: " F o r years my
oral weeks, returned to New York las mother-in-law
sull'ered from kidney
week.
complaint. She had severe pains in her
The
new
law
office
«f
George
E.
Jeiv
back and loins, accompanied by head-! JJ
1
kinson on Bay avenue was opened last aches and dizzy spells. Although she , £
"We have had a destructive fire in our factory, but
Friday.
used remedy after remedy, she never oh- r *
Charles Riker, proprietor of the Sea- tuincd relief and at last despaired of ever J» have fitted up other work'shops and have mechanics at
Bide Kitchen, is building a platform Ix being cured. When Doan's Kidney pills X work in all branches, and wish to solicit your patronage.
t\veen his kitchen and pool'rooms.
were brought to her attention she was i ?
The Monmouth Contracting company so impressed with what was said in their | J>
Our stock of finished carriages was not destroyed and
have the contract for laying pipe on Peak favor that she procured a box at C. A. ! %
street to the borough limits. They will Minton & Co.'s drug store and began : J we have a full assortment of all styles to select from.
receive 33 cents a foot.
taking them. She obtained the best of ! JJ
We will, for a short time, make liberal discount on
The first communion service held in results from their use and never loses JJ
this
stock.
t
h
e
new
Methodist
church
was
held
Sunan opportunity to' speak in favor of, ?
•"' r d a y of last week. Dr. E. C. Curtis of Doan's Kidney Pills."
jJ
This
is work of all grades of business wagons, pleasAtlantic Highlands assisted the pastor,
Rev. Thomas Huss. The evening ser- For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. | fa ure carriages, etc.
. vice was in charge of a representative Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, j v
I •
of the anti-saloon league. Services are sole agents for the United States.
held in the basement of the new church,
Remember the name—Doan's—and
which will be wired for lights this week. take no other.
The old church building will be rented
or sold.
Recorder JCPSC Stout fined John McOur automobile department was not hurt by the fire
Sorley $1 and costs last week for being
^ d r u n k and disorderly. Harry Millinan
and we are prepared to do all kinds of repairing at short
^ ^ o T ^ a d Bank, who keeps a frankfurter
notice.
stand near the Patten line dock, was arrested last week for disorderly conduct
We also have a stock of all kinds of automobile supand was fined $5 and costs.
plies; oils, greases, tire covers, tires, coat rails, etc., that
C. T. Maison is putting up a frame
awning on the south and east sides of
we sell at the lowest prices.
Ms main store, near Miller street.
minimal
Church Fair—Damage by
Thunder Storm:The annual fair for the benefit of the
Church of Our Lady will hc-gin tomorrow* night. The fair will, be held in
St. Mary's lyceum and will be held Friday night of this week and Monday,
Wednesday and Friday nights of next
week, 'with dancinp; each night. The
contests include a scarf pin and a gold
watch for the men, a diamond ring and
chutellaine for the women, a barrel of
candy for boys and a handsome doll for
Our Lines are Complete in
Sizes, Widths and Styles.
. .THE SHOE
THE
R E D BANK RKOISTKK is on sale
a t both of C. T. Maison's hardware
> stores.
The roller skating race for the chainL plonshipof Monmouth county, which was
~*tof have been held last week at the Twinlight rink between George Roop of Red
Bank and Henry McCarthy of westeiul,
•was postponed until tomorrow night.
This will be the final of a three-nice
series, each skater having won a'racc.
All worth double, sizes 34
tn 4;, not all sizes in every
lot. Cninc early for best
bargains.
EVERETT NEWS.
Bolmdel
Board Favorably
Inclined
Toward Continuance of School.
A few daysago William W. Antonides
presented a petition to the Holmdel
board of education asking the board to
rent the schoolhouse here from Middletown township. All the members of
t h e board who attended the meeting
admitted the need of a school here and
a committee was appointed to present
the request of the petitioners to the
Middletown township board. Some
time ago the Middletown township board
decided t o abolish the school here next
fall and transport the pupils who live
in Middletown township to Lineroft.
Most of the pupils of the school live in
Holmdel township, and cannot attend
the Lincroft Behool.
Charles Stilwagon, son of John B.
Stilwagon.husreturned from the Adirondack mountains, where he was the
guest of the children of I it j ' ^ Thompson of Lincroft.
Mra. Mary Daly spent Friday at New
York.
Mrs. Frank Haley entertained a
large number of relatives and friends
from Red Bunk last week.
Mr. and Mm. Daniel Connors of
Oceanic are spending several days with
Mr. Connor'u mother, Mra. IOlizaheth
Connors.
Patrick Carton, Jr., whf> liven on the
Holmdel road, IHIH bad a new llooring
put on his front porch and will have the
house repainted.
Miss Ella Kcnney of Long Branch
hiis been visiting Miss Mary Carton.
A f«\v dayn ago, while getting oil' u
trolley car at Long Kraneh, Miss Kenney
fell and tfpruiiH'd her wriiit.
John Antonideii, 11011 of William W.
Aiiionidc.'t, who has been employed as a
chauffeur a t New York, ban i;iven up
h«B jxmition and is now at hi;i home
l
Chariot) Kelly liati moved from the
h<*UBC he ban been occupying 011 Jamer.
V, ('niwi'ord'n farm In another luiuiie
oil a Oio farm. The byline in which Mr.
K* lly if* n»w living wai; reeenlly moved
SHid improved, Kxtennive alteration;;
wen." nid'li* '') il and it in now one of
ilw fiwflt fnrmhoimefl in thin locality.
Mit>» K'lif h Slout of Trenton in very
Sick in Vng'nia, whore nhe in employed
?n"ttm office of a beef company. Minn
Jiwoiiflft daughter of Thomas Y. Stout,
a former msildent JKMV.
Per Cent Of! on All
I Summer Suits and Pants:
UwiiiiTini <J<>CH fine printing ami
<s whon promiaed, Adu,
'.£
:'..•;••
We are agents for Franklin, Buick, Cadillac. Autocar,
Thomas and t he Ford cars, and can give you prompt, deliveries on any of those. Have a new Ford Roadster on
hand for immediate delivery, at slightly reduced price.
BAIUJATN—A model F Cadillac in good running order for $525.
Maple Avenue and White Street,
RED BANK, N. J .
£••> ,-^ii—;
v>-~fi.98 for this
solid oak cobbler
seat arm Rocker.
I'orch Chuir.-t in
reed and rattan,
very ct>:nf(,rtable
and durable, will
stand all kinds of
weather, reduced
to $ 1 . 1 9 .
porTing up the Home
..._!%3lJJW a * ;i * u *MJ'
1 .HIII I l i l
$ 6 . 4 8 for
t h i s .beautiful
Baby Carriage,
steel tempered
springs, preen
enameled gear,
r u b b e r tires
and n n t l e s s
w h e e l s . Reduced from S10.
$ 6 . 9 8 for
this handsome
Toilet Table, in
quartered oak,
$ 2 . 9 8 for white
enamel Bedsteads
of malleable iron,
e n a m o 1 c d throe
times, baked, 1with
brass knobs' and
ball-bearing e a s tors. A l s o n i l
brass, 2 in. posts,
512.SO u p .
$5.00 Arm Chairs,- in reed and
rattan, reduced to
$3.98
$ 7 . 4 3 for hard- $b\(K)
Rockers," in .reed and
rattan, reduced to. .. •.
4j4B
wood, u p r i g h t ,
Porch Couches, in reed
charcoal fi 11 i 11 g, $10.00
and rattan,.reduced to
7.48
bradd hinge and $2.50 Bamboo Chaira, reduced
to
;
j 1.79
lock, zinc and gal- §2.0!)
Bamboo Porch Stands,
reduced to
1.48
vanized i r o n linBamboo Jardinier Stands,
ing, r e m o v a b l e SI reduced
to
89
waste pipe, per- 53.00 Bamboo Screens with
Pongee Silk, reduced t o . . . . 2 . 2 5
fectly sanitary .and. $1.75
Bamboo Porch Screens,
7x8, reduced t o . ,
1.25
ice-saving Refrig$11.50 Bamboo Porch Screens,
erator.
GxS, reduced to
98
mahogany and B i r d ' s Eye
Maple, serpentine top, with
d r a w e r s and
French beveled
mirror.
$ 1 4 . 9 8 - for
solid oak, round
sides, glass
door, m i r r o r
top, shaped
legs and panefled b a c k ;
t h r e e shelves
can be adjusted
f o r contents.
Also quartered
oak C r y s t a 1.
C l o s e t , with
m i r r o r back
aii'd glass shelves.
the Lily.
Bottlers of Beer, Wines, Liquors
and Carbonated Beverages.
GEORGE
EHRET'S BEER
o
\s our leader among the beers which we bottle.
If you have not already drank Ehret's beer we
would suggest that you try a box. We are sure of
the result, as we have the utmost confidence in the
pleasing and healthful qualities of this beer.
85 Cents
WILSON WHISKEY
85 Cents
Men's 50c. Ribbed Sum-
We are selling this whiskey for 85 cents a bottle.
their own bottling. "That's all."
mer I'll lerwear, while they
last, at 3 9 C .
AT RED BANK
Men's and Boys' black and
white striped and plain
black OHicc Coats, worth
50c, now 2 5 c .
2oo small
si/.e K h a k i
Coats as are at 2 5 C .
Khaki l'anis 0 3 c . and "
T5C. Hrtter prud(
eminent
S I ;it!ilai
d)
$1.50.
( . Tyi us at 1 5 c .
Trunks, Bags ond Suit Cases
Very Low Priced.
Closes at 6 O'Clock, P.M.
Commencing July 6th, we close every
evening during the week at 6:00 r. M.
Saturdays at 10:00 r. M.
From 8:00 A. I\I. to the closing hour
each day we are yours to serve with
SfJMMRR MlLI.IN'KRY a t closing OLlt
prices.
^zrj::zmm!£zm^$ PRESCRIPTIONS
(formerly I.udlow's),
RED BANK, N. J.
'I'll 10 CANDY
Schroede.-'s Hair Tronic kills dandruff, keeps the hair
from falling out and makes the scalp healthy. That's
enough for it to do. At Schroeder's Pharmacy.
RHMBHBBI
I'KUFUCTION.
lion lion:! and ('lionrtuloM, Mixed Cliix'oliito:!. Chocolate Co
CHERRIES their npociiilty.
R. H. VANDERVEER, Sole Atfcnt.
KNICKKHBOCK10H
llroiut a n d Mo.mioislh Htrcota.
I ' l l A R M AOY,
«'hmm !»;.
HEI! HANK. N. .
Waters
Liquors
PHONE IS-J.
'• / .'--A/- / ' . , • / /
Belle Mead *$weeis
H. N. Supp,
12 W,Front St., Med Bank.
This is
Heavy Weight Coiled
iK Wire fencing.
T h i n b mil! o r t l m nuvi'lal n t v i r a "!
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Nowmnu Sjn-linjfB AvBimo,
11EDBANK, N. .1.
When You Need
a Plumber
Call mi u s . Von will not roj;ict il. You will be very );lad of
it. We d o excellent wiirk and o u r
c h a r g e s a r e only reasonable. W e
work on t h e principle that a satislied c u s t o m e r is o u r liesl advertisement. We furnish estimates of a n y
kind p r o m p t l y and cheerfully.
SABATH & WHITE,
FROWT ST., RED BANK.
i
VOLUME XXXI. NO. 6.
INJURED IN A COLLISION.
PRISONER'S WIFE BIES.
Prisoner Was Allowed to Attend the
RED BANK, N. J., WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1908.
PAGES 3 TO 16.
BIG CATCH OP BLUEFISH.
BOBBERY AT KE4H8BURG,
A FINE RACE MEETING.!I Seabright
DOG
CATCHER
IN
A
SCRAP
Great
Fishermen Have
Jewelry Valued at $500 Stolen There
Day Monday.
KNOCK-DOWN
Yesterday.
ARGUMENT
THESPIANS AT FAIK EATER
I Monday was one of the best days in
• A jewelry|robbery occurred at KeanaHAVE A jrOU>¥ TIME..
ABOUT A DOG.
! the history of the Seabright fishermen.
burg Beach yesterday afternoon, the
aged 3.5 years. She leaves a hus- It Was Held on the Monmouth County T h e r f ? r e a b o u . t <;wo hu'tidred hook and Sprig Williams Has an Altercation victim being William H. Weber ot Jer- Terpsichore on the Throne in Arthur
A Saturday Night Accident in Pin- ease,
„ . s,
. x
. n . .
A^
line fishermen in the place and most of
band and oiie child. The funeral was
Smith's Barn Last Ni§hi~-Foaf
With Edmund Throckmorlon, and sey
,- City.
^r , Mr., Weber
•, • owns a •bungalow
RV, •
Fair Grounds Last Saturday After-: t h e m w e r e o u t o n M o n a ! a y . About three
tard'e Gully—Sir. and Sirs. A. C. eld Saturday and the body was buried
.,
,,
«
.
.
.
,,,
.
,
along
the
beach
and
is occupying it this
Hundred Persons Present—Fort
noon—About One Thousand Specta-j miles off shore they struck a large school
Cottrell of Oceanic Seriously Hurt— at Bay View cemetery. Mr. Duryea
the Latter Gets the Worst of the summerwithaniece. Yesterday shortly
malitg Thrown to the Wiiids.
of bluefish and they worked hard for
tors Present.
Encounter.
was locked up in Freehold jail, awaitbefore four o'clock Mr. Weber and his
The Wagon Completely Wrecked.
several hours pulling them. in. The
The Fair Haven fishing club, which iz
Sprig Williams, Red Bank's dog niece went to the bay fora bath. They
The inaugural matinee race meeting boats
By a collision between a trolley car ing the action of the grand jury on a
returned with an average catch
on the Red Bank and Oceanic line and a charge of having stolen a power boat of the Monmouth county agricultural of 500 pounds each and it is roughly es- catcher, is catching more dogs than any returned to the bungalow an hour later made up largely of the actora who BOtttcarryall wagon late' Saturday night A. at Port Monmouth. He was allowed to fair association was held at the fair timated that over 50,000 pounds of blue- other dog catcher the town has ever and found that the building had been mer at Fair Haven, held their fourth
Carson Cottrell and his wife of Oceanic, attend his wife's funeral on his promise ^rounds near Newman Springs last Sat- fish were brought ashore. The fish sold taken. He has destroyed fifty or more thoroughly ransacked. Jewelry was ! annual barn dance last night in Arthur
- . . - ,i „E.. Smith's
„.,„,.„ o „barn.
„ „ . These
*„„,„ udances
„,„
t t l , w £ J „have
who were in the wagon, were seriously to return to Freehold. He did not keep urday afternoon. The afternoon was at seven and eight cents a pound and and those who have dogs they want to musing to the value of about $500. The
injured. The collison occurred in Pin- his promise and his whereabouts are very rainy but the events were run off. the day's catch netted the fishermen keep do not let their dogs run at large stolen articles consisted of a gold watch become noted for their informality and
unknown.
to
any
extent.
Sprig
has
had
a
humber
and
chain,
rings
and
a
locket.
Detechilarity,
and
it
is
the
chief
social
event
About
1,000
persons
were
present
and
tard's gully west of Eastaide Park.
. _^_^
of run-ins with residents of the town tive Elwood Mmugh of Red Bank is: o f the actors' holiday
if the afternoon had been clear it is over $3,500. _
holiday season. ' Good
The trolley car and wagon were going
forcatchingtheir unmuzzled dogs. One working on the case.
probable that nearly double that numin the same direction toward Oceanic
nature and jollity prevail, but the pro~
of the most serious occurred near the
r would have attended the races.
and the wagon was struck from behind.
prieties are strictly observed and there
West End hotel the other day, when C A TARlTnurfcUO IfcirMlPTrnv ia r e n o " r o u 8 h house" or other similar
Many of the spectators had seats in
The Cottrells had been to Red Bank on
Edmund Throckmorton started a scrap
the grand stand. A space has been set.
a shopping trip and started for home a
rea to marthe
short time before the 10:30 o'clock car THE THOMAS S. HUBBAKD PROP- apart for parking automobiles, and most INDEPENDENT FIRE COMPANY because the dog catcher had taken his
In thethe
.
dog.
of this space was occupied. The padleft the fountain.
there
have been person3 who attended
s
EETT CHANGES HANDS.
MAKES
BIG
MONEY.
dock
in
front
of
the
grand
stand
was
Sprig is a colored man, but he knows WORMATIA LEATHER COMPANY the actors' barn dances with the idea
Mr. and Mrs. Cottrcll were accomt h a t ' ' anything w e n t " but they were
panied by their daughter Nina, aged The Property is on Branch Avenue, thronged with men interested in their The Fair Closed Last Night—Many his rights and his duty as a dog catcher
BUTS PROPERTY.
entries
or
who
were
lovers
of
the
sport
of
Red Bank, and he is no coward.
promptly flung into outer darkness by
about ten years. The child was on her
Adjoining the High School—It Was of racing. The sport was good in spite of
Articles Disposed of by Chance— When Mr. Throckmorton began the The Old Hat Factory Bought for $5,000 the actors, a number of whom do confather's lap and when they reached
Bought Last Week by Robert M. Jar- the rain, and the events proved very inPintard's gully she got asleep. Mr.
Contests for a Diamond Ring and a scrap about the dog he struck at Mr. and Options Securedon Thirty Acres
teresting
and
entertaining.
vie
of
Jersey
City
for
$12,000.
Williams. Sprig dodged the blow and
stage as a
Cottrell started to pull a blanket up
Teddy Bear.
of Adjoining Lands—Many Improve- waya in the pink of condition &>
the next minute his right arm shot out
In leaving the field after the races
around the girl to protect her from the
The Thomas S. Hubbard property on
The
fair
of
Independent
fire
company
like a catapult and his fiat caught Mr.
ments to be Made.
"bouncers." Last night this element
damp night air. Just then there was a Branch avenue, adjoining the Red Bank some of the automobiles got fast in the
crash and the next instant the occu- high school, which was bought by George mjid, the ploughed land having become of Red Bank, which has been going on Throckmorton squarely on the cheek.
On Tuesday of last week the Wor- of rf o mdisturbers, having~learned wisdom
at
the
Cavalry
armory
ten
days,
closed
Mr.
Throckmorton
went
down
under
pants of the wagon lay on the ground B. Friable three years ago, has been very soft under the heavy rain. All of
matia leather company of Eatontown i
the past, was conspicuously absent,
in a mass of splintered wood. The sold by Allaire & Son to Robert M. Jar- the automobiles were got out and sent last night. The. firemen cleared $1,000 the blow like a bag of feed. He lay bought the old hat factory on Lewis i The actors who have made Fair Haven
trolley car had struck the wagon di- vis of Jersey City. Mr. Jarvis rented on their homeward way without accident. by the affair. Part of.,the money' will there a bit and then got up and walked street, Eatontown, from Joseph John- ! t l l e i r summer home emoy their summer
rectly in. the rear and tossed it to the the property in April and liked it so well The automobilists and other spectators be spent in buying a team of horses and off.
ston. The price paid was $5,000. The! holiday in peculiarly their own fashion,
The outfit will be bought in a
south of the track.
Mr. Williams went before Recorder property comprises a large three-story w h l l e exceedingly friendly with t h e ,
that he bought it and will make it his came from Deal Beach, Elberon, Long harness.
short
time
in
order
that
the
company
Branch,
Asbury
Park
and
other
shore
Wise
and
wanted
a
warrant
for
the
arrest
building and about an acre of land. The natives, they nevertheless form a class
Mrs. Cottrell was unconscious arid was permanent home.
have it ready for the""annual parade of Mr. Throckmorton for assaulting him. company has an option on thirtv acres b / themselves, and their two or three
The property has a frontage of 15' resortSj as well as from the villages will
bleeding from an ugly
UglJ gash in her scalp
of
the
Red
Bank
fire
department.'
The
in
the
farming
district.
Some
men
who
were
in
the
recorder's
months of summer vacation from the
She
feet
on
Branch
avenue
and
runs
back
to
back of the ear.
was picked up by
of land adjoining the factory.
The first race, distance one mile, 2:18 company also expects to take the out- office told Williams that he did not want
The Wormatia leather company is en- toils of their profession are spent pnnTeddy Pomphrey, a passenger on the Spring street. The house has fifteen
fit
to
New
Brunswick
at
the
firemen's
any
warrant
at
all.
They
told
him
that
in fishing, with the playing of
trolley car, and carried to the side of rooms and is heated with hot water. It trot or 2:21 pace, was won by Election
the manufacture of patent cipally
he had won the scrap all right all right, gaged in Adam
the road. Besides sustaining a scalp is furnished with electric light and gas Night, owned by Charles G. DuBoise of parade there in October.
Hoch, the president of ! P lru?e"£ k3sO ou rnc e th<~f ir,. f e l l ? w a c t A ° 5 a i . , a s . t b e
Two contests were held at the fair. and had not only vindicated his authority leather.
Red Bank. Sacopa, owned by Al Denwound Mrs. Cottrell suffered from cuts and has two bathrooms.
company, lives on Front street, Redi 5
° diversion. At the b a m
was for a diamon<J.ring betweei as dog- catcher but had also gained a the
on her arms and elbows and a dislocation
Bank. Several years ago he began a ! d a n c e s o f t h e fishing club, of which
Mr. Hubbard bought the land nearly nis of Tinton Falls, was second, Time One
Miss Evie Coyne and jUiss Gertrude reputation as a good hitter and a hard series of experiments and he claims; every actor in the place is a member
of her right ankle. Mr. Cottrell's left twenty years ago and put up a fine 2:31, 2:28*.
leg was broken below the knee and he residence. Some years ago he moved
Al Dennis with Lady Signal won the Schwarz, and the other was between Ella hitter. They told him it was hardly that by these experiments he has dis- t ho er tl 3r h l fs h spirits find expression in all
was badly bruised. The child escaped to .the rivei' bank, and the place waa second race, a mile 2:30 trot or pace. Wymbs, daughter of William Wymba, sportsmanlike to win a light and then covered an improved
method
didoes. Many of the actors
oA of manu-f ||i f n ' s. h?? mottoes
t pt l t h
or maxims or placards
with a Blight cut on her knee and elbow offered for rent. Three years ago Mr. Alice Janet, owned by Crawf. Giberson and Edith Patterson, daughter of Eu- try to get a warrant for the arrest of f t i
the
man
he
had
licked,
and
it
wasn't
facturing
patent
leather.
A
party
of
j
i
f
n
'
s
h
mottoes
or maxims or placards'
E. Patterson, for a big Teddy bear.
and a few bruises.
f
f
Frisbie bought it, the price at the time of Red Bank, was second, and Mary C , gene
long
before
Sprig
came
around
to
their
New
York
investors
became
interested
?
instruction
and
these are displayed
Miss
Coyne
got
the
diamond
ringand
There waa more or less of a. panic on being said to be a trifle less than $10,000. owned by James Byram of Red Bank, the bear was won bvJElla W vmbs.
jdeu and told the recorder that he in his invention, and about three months | I n t h e b a r n a t t h e annual dance for the
the trolley car, which was filled with Mr. Frisbie made a number of improve- was third. Time 2:54, 2:53.
and guidance Of tne
A number o£ articles were uisposed ot wouldn't ask for any warrant after all. ago the Wormatia leather company was i aentertainment
The third event was a half-mile runpassengers. When the crash came the ments to the property at a cost of
"And I think I'm so near square with incorporated under New York state c t 0 « and their guests. Some of these
chance. Most of theae were donated
glass in the forward end of the car about $2,000. The price paid by Mr. ning race for ponies-14.3 or under. It by
a
d
him
that
I
guess
I'll
let
him
have
his
the entire receipts were therefore
laws. Besides Mr. Hoch the other nmottoes
which
were in evidence atilast
„«„ won
«v.. by
-v Bessie
« » « X-U..U.,,,
u y , and
" th
brc'ie. Women began to scream and it Jarvis was $12,000. Mr. Frisbie is now was
Fullum, uw.
owned
reu by
i ht B
dog without paying me a dollar for his
r flt
The
'
,d?nc<; y^'r, ". p , 1( ; ase » o a I
H. A. B
Bourne
Westfield,
articles chanced off and redemption, said Mr. Williams as he officers of the company are Francis C. d K
is said that some of them fainted. After living at Asbury Park.
n e of W
e s t , with Chinch.. | ? " P ? a ce
the
winners
were
aa
follows:
Cahfeelt,
vice
president;
Henry
T
i
b
!
"
with
Arthur
the track had been cleared up the CotIn case of fire, do not Smith's
run, call E v ,
ownedd by
b Petdi'
P
HuticK,
H
Jr.,
J off Elb
Elberon,
betts, selling manager: B; C.
treils weie put on the car and taken to
walked out of the recorder's office.
second, and Skiddoo, Owned by J. R. Man's goM watch—Michael Papkina.
"Thirteen
trading stamps given to the
treasurer;
and
J.
Ranking;
st>'ef?tsF»'i
Fancy pocket handkerchief—Mrs. T. Irving:
their home. Dr. Walter S. Whitmore
KRIDEL'S AUGUST SALE.
Pollard of New York, third. Time 56s. Drown.
was summoned and he is attending the
There were two entries in the tlextj v Basket of fruit—John L. Harrison.
injured. Mr. and Mrs. Cottrell are His Semi-Annual Clothing Sale Starts race, which was for horses worked on! Mandolin—Joseph Prate.
Bowling ball—Harry Stewart.doing as well as could be expected. It
farms in Monmouth county. It was a j Dresslnsr
August 1st.
sacaue—Emms rjuncaiiwill he several weeks before either will
running match, distance a half-mile. Hammock-A. M. Gaskill. '
Every
August
and
every
February
be about. Mrs. Cottrell, in addition to
Dress pattern—Beatrice Hunter.
Black
Beauty,
owned
by
the
Meadowcompany recently bought from Mr. j " B e t t e r than gold is a peaceful mother- _
cover—M. Ellison Brown.
her injuries, suffered considerably from Kridel's clothing store has a special sale brook farm of Shrewsbury, won. The i Table
of goods. The August sale, to dispose other entry was Rachel, owned by S3 worth of jrroceries-Mlchaol Popkin9.
Frick Johnston, will be moved to the property . iin-law,"
and "Wearers of clocked hos'Arizona"
to
be
Given
at
Pair pants—DeWitt C. Carharl.
shock.
of the remainder of summer stock, will
Two now buildings, one by 125x25 feet :'• e r y m u s t dance in time."
Sofa pillow-s—George Shokohuu, Mr*, 1", Hunry,
Lyceum Saturday Night.
Mr. Cottrell s horse was knocked down start on Saturday, August 1st. The Thomas S. Field of Middletown. Black William
the
actors
were lavish in their hospiand
the
other
80x25
feet,
have
already
Delamotte.
Beauty won by only half a length.
by the collision and its right shoulder sale is a twenty-five per cent reduction ™.
The theater season at Frick lyceum been erected on other property at Eat- ; t a l l t V a n d t l l e dance was the very finest
= Ar .
,-."
( Umbrellas—William Delamotte, George Sliokowas so badly hurt that it is said the sale right through. Mr. Kridel an- l i m e l:UU.
"1 open Saturday night with the play ontown owned by the company T h e ' t h e c l u b h a s e v e r given.' About four
"
hus, Michael Popkins. James Wolcott.
will
The final event was a half-mile dash I & worth of fancy articles-Michael Popkins.
animal is useless. , The ' carryall and nounces that the six months' business
of "Arizona." This is considered one, hat factory, which is a trifle run down, ' hundred people enjoyed the festivities,
Tf nrna \«-™i Ki, Japanese sandals—Charles Croyden, J r.
n » P P l,i 1
harness were completely wrecked.
of the best plays written by Augustus willbe put in first-class shape. Machin-' Mru,s,lc f o r dancing was furnished by
from February 1st to August 1st this r— linrcoa
norse*
over
U.3.
It
w
a
s
Won
b
y
,
_
.
Frank
Rogers,
Mrs.
Harry
S^ewA
p
r
o
n
5
M
r
s
One of H. G. Degenring & Co'.s de- year was the best business his store had Modest, owned by Peter Hauck, Jr. art.
Thomas, who latterly has been prominent ery for shaving, splitting and fleshing ' Wilbur R. Gardner of Red Bank and by
livery wagons was struck by an Oceanic ever done, and he hopes to make the The same man's Chinch was second. Pipes—Samuel Rogers. William Wymbs.
in politics as well as in play writing, leather will be installed. The improve- Lamberti, the professional musician who
Bracelet and fancy knife—Albert VanKelst.
g
trolley
car
last
Wednesday
afternoon
Wild
Geranium,
owned
by
Miss
Corinne
since
he
one
the " Hj(r..„---August
business
in
keeping
with
the
ninno
V»o was
urac _
nno of
nf +li*»
(TUnS " a t ments will cost about $8,000. The com- •summers at Fair Haven. The interior
,
Bicycle lamp—Jamea Murray.
1
; o£ t n e b
at
am was slightly damaged. On the seat previous months' trade.
Schwartz of Deal Beach,"was third, and f 1.50 worth of fancy goods—Mrs. Harry Stewart. ihe re
recent Democratic national con?rn w a s decorated with flags
p a n y employs fifty men and dresses
Gri(TKS.
were William W. Crane and Carl WiederEvery summer suit in the store is Breeze, owned by C. & H. Combs of! Pictures—Walter
yention. The scene of the play is laid j fifty dozen skins daily When the im- a n d bunting'and the grove was lighted
set—Eugene MuKee.
holt. Both men were thrown to the marked at 25 per cent below regular Allenhurst, was last. Tim« 55s.
] Canadian
in Arizona,, and
the scenery was painted provements arc completed Mr Hoch withnumerousJapaneselanterns.
DurSilver berry spoon —William Delumotte.
he
ground and bruised. Mr. Crane says prices. The reduction applies also to
An assoeiotion known as the Mon- Lady's slippers—J. E. Piccolie.
'"'y Frederick
><"°''"-"b- Remington,
who
of leather
danc-j
p
er will be
be 150
0 ' jngthe evening, in the intervals of dangg ,
ho paid
p i d a:
a s a yy s the output
he heard the trolley gong, but before all other lines of summer goods, though mouth county pony and steeplechase as-' Fifly bars of soap —William Delomotte.
in
i n et <nJ - ten e ^
visit t o the Aravaipa
p valleyy for
o the eexx a ia ci cj jnn ss daily and that t h e factory
fa
will
SS the actor folks e n t et r it a n
he was able to get oil the track the car i n a number of the lines offered the sociation has been formed, and this as- SI.50 worth of groceries-Mrs, J«me:> Wolcott. p
k
k t h
f
press p
purpose
oll making
sketches
employment
p
king
sketches
for
i
employment
to
150
men
guests
with
i
h
theatrical
h
i
l
sketches.
k
Prizes
g iv e
l
t
t 150
gu
hit him.
- - „ . meeting
...™.., B „.., The things remaining unsold at the this play,
will have a„ race
play
rrho
h o play
play tells the
E t t
l expect a boom in ! were given to themoftgraceful waltzers,
the story
story of
of aa '' Eatontown
people
_____
reduction is much more than 25 per cent. sociation
and these were won b M sa
Saturday, Septem- e l o s e o f t h e ' a l r : l t midnight last night this
the fair grounds on S
man
who
accepted
a
charge
of
guilt
in
;
shortly.
The
old
Monmouth
y i Margaret
t
n
e
i
r
t
o
w
n
_ _
I In furnishing goods, such as night shirts, ber 19th. The events
ts will be tor
for cups were auctioned off by Arthur Wymbs. order to shield a woman and of the ; p k
P l a i t z and Ernest Otto. A booby
boob prize
ar
r a c e track is to be cut up into lots Planitz
was
AUTO AND WAGON COLLIDE. ; and
pajamas,
underwear,
hosiery, negligee
h
h
l
d
Every-1
home-seekers
and
Eatontown
folks
d
d
t
F
k
H b t
outing
shirts, suspenders,
gloves, and cash prizes. The association has
••
awarded to Frank Herbert.
for
various troubles which resulted. _
The
been
promised
the
support
of
all
the
DEATH
OF
KOBEBT
CLAYTON.
ties,
etc.,
the
same
or
a
greater
scale
of
d
f
]
h
i
k
John L. Hubbard in an Accident in
thing turns out all right in the end, of | tninniiatThiX'c"ombTiied'w'ith"the opencommittee in charge of the dance
reduced prices applies.
hunting associations in New York and
course. The villain is killed off, a | ing of the factory, will draw rnanv new consisted of J. H. Tenbrooke, chairman
Middletown Township.
Mr. Kridel takes a page advertise- New Jersey in making this and future Red Bank Resident Dies of Paralysis, parted husband and wife are re-united, residents to the place.
who wore a bright red rosette; and
John L. Hubbard of Front street was ment in THE REGISTER this week to tell
a lover and his sweetheart, after passFrank Evans, Frank Herbert, Frank W. '
in His 61st Year.
returning home from Middletown Mon- about his sale. A list of the former events ot thy association successful.
ing through many perils, are wedded,
Martineau, Arthur E. Smith and Thomas
Theis premium
list of
thewill
fairbeassociaRobert T. Clayton of Bridge avenue and everybody lives happily forever
day afternoon from his wholesale candy prices and the reduced prices which will tion
now in press
and
issued
BOY NEARLY KILLED. <
'
Morrissey, who wore blue rosettes. r __/
died Sunday nigiit of paralysis. He had after. The play is strongly written
route, when his wagon was struck by prevail during the sale will be found in early in August.
-,
-«»-»-«.
'
been in failing health the past six months. and comedy and tragedy alternately William Thorp Knocked Unconscious
an automobile going in the opposite di- this advertisement, which is printed on
.
^^ ».^
On Friday he was stricken with paralysis hold the attention of the audience.
BIG TREE SHATTERED.
« / $ ? " • ™ T ^ e accident occurred near p a g e 14 of THE REGISTER.
With
a
Fence
Rail.
CHURCH SOCIETY OUTING.
and he sank rapidly until the end.
William T. VanBrunt s place near Coop.
_
Next week two
TO plays •ill
WL be given at On Sunday a ball game was played on
Mr. Clayton was born at Lincroft 61 the lyceum. Onn Thursday
er's bridge. The automobilist did not
•»•••»
_ night
_=___ "The the ball grounds near.Newman Springs Lightning Strikes Twice in the Same
Presbyterian Christian Endeavorers years
ly
ago and he lived at that place Red Mill" will be presented?
stop to see how badly Mr. Hubbard was j
TEAM IMPOUNDED.
Place at Oceanic.
This iis by the Orioles and Portaupeck teams.
t d Thi
Go
to
Long
Branch.
most
of
his
life.
Sixteen
years
ago
he
hurt, but continued his^ journey at a
one of the most popular musical com- The umpire's decisions did not give uni-! During the thunder storm Saturday
The
Christian
Endeavor
society
of
j
moved
to
Red
Bank,
where
he
had
since
faster rate of speed. The wagon was Check Given to Pay Impounding Fees
edies of the past few years. There are
lightning struck
a large tulip
the Presbyterian church and their lived. He leaves a wife, who was Miss twenty musical hits and the company versal satisfaction and after the game '. tafternoon
partly overturned and Mr, Hubbard was
ree on c N Bllss s
and Payment on it Stopped.
P'ac<5 a* Oceanic,
friends went on an outing to Long Branch Mary Radcliff of Elizabeth, and five comprises about three-score people. there were a number of disputes over'. T h l 3 l s t -h e pinned beneath it.
the
rulings.
William
Walker
and
Aleck
:
second
time
this
tree has
A
few
nights
ago
John
Wyckoff
of
yesterday
afternoon.
They
left
Red
children.
The
children
are
William,
Joseph Hance and Captain Charles E.
There is. a large bevy of singing and
two colored boys about thirteen i bt ,heee n s t r u c k - When the tree was struck
Throckmorton happened along in an au- Oceanic put his horses out to pasture. Bank on the 3:50 trolley, taking a lunch : Joseph, Harry and James Clavton of dancing girls and a good deal of high Coy,
got in a wrangle with William i
1'ghtmng affected the electric light
a n d c u t off t h e
tomobile shortly after the collision. By daybreak they had strayed and with them which they ate on the beach. Red Bank, and Alice, wife of Ridgway class comedy acting. On Saturday night years old,
of Catherine street a Norwegian Lhlme
electric lights in the
omes
They righted the wagon and Mr. Hub- were out on the main road, near East They attended the various beach at- i Ingling of Newark. He is also survived the "Man of the Hour" will be given. Thorp
boy
whose
parents
have
been
in
this
r
of Mr.
Bliss and
M. C. D. Borden.
Oceanic.
William
Slayer
of
East
tractions
and
returned
home
about
by
two
brothers
and
two
sisters,
they
A lar e
lece o£
bard crawled out from beneath it. He
This
is
a
political
play,
showing
the
S P
t*}e tree was thrown
was scratched and bruised but not badly Oceanic, not knowing who owned the eleven o'clock. Those in the party j being Cyrenius and Charles Clayton, operations of public grafters and the country only seven months. Thorp can!
by the lightning. The tree
hurt. The woodwork on the front of horses, took them to William Mears, were Mr. and Mrs. John Read, Mr. and Mrs. Catherine Amberman and Mrs. L. manner in which the public is " worked " understand English, but he cannot talk was yards
so badly shattered that it will be
the language. The two colored boya
the wagon was splintered and broken the poundkeeper, who cared for the Mrs. Charles Croft, Mrs. Dewitt Ran- j P. Conklin,allof Red Bank. The funeral by those who want special privileges.
taken
down
in the fall.
horses
until
the
owner
called
for
them.
dolph,
Mrs.
Elizabeth
White,
Mrs.
'•
was
held
at
half-past
two
this
afternoon
attacked
him
and
Coy
hit
him
several
and the two front wheels were wrecked.
times with a club he carried.
There was some candy in the wagon Mr. Mears asked $8 for impounding the Annie Conover, Mrs. Mary Smock, Mrs. j at the house and was conducted by Rev.
Death of William K a n e .
Thorp started to run away and the
and this was strewn along the road. A animals. After a long argument Mr. Forman Morris, Misses Mary Holmes, I W. B. Matteson. The burial was in
Cosier F a r m Sold.
Headdcn's Corner farmer took Mr. Hub- Wyckoil got his horses by givinIE a Carrie Mount, Ethel White, Margaret j Fair View cemetery. •
William Kane, son of John Kane of two colored boys put after him, Walker
The John P. Casler farm opposite
check
for
that
amount.
After
he
grabbing up a piece of a fence rail as
Tiad Smock, Elizabeth Read, Margaret Ran•.»-«»
bard home. Mr. Hance followed the
Hcadden's
Corner,
died
Saturday
from
Monmouth Park has been bought by
automobile as far as Matawan in his his horses home, Mr. Wyckoff stopped dolph, and Catherine and Caroline!
DIED AT OCEANIC.'
a complication of diseases. He had been
". Brewater of New York,
machine, but was unable to get near payment on the check and engaged Statesir of Colt's Neck, Leon Penning'
sick several months. He was 26 years
that Mr. Brewster will
James
Steen
of
Eatontown
to
find-out
enough to it to get its number.
old
and
waa
employed
at
Sandy
Hook.
William Smock, John Read Jr., j Stephen Kelly of Hoboken Dies at Hh
arm to a syndicate, who
whether or not he could legally be com- ton,
Frank Mount and Edgar Randolph.
The
funeral
was
held
yesterday
morning
will
lay
the
property
out in lota and
pelled to pay the $8. Mr. Mears says The society will take an outing trip to
Sister's Home.
at St. James's church, high mass being when the piece of rail hit him and went start a bungalow colony there. The
he will bring the matter before the Seabright August 11th.
Stephen Kelly of Hoboken died of con- celebrated by Rev. James A. Reynolds, down in
Big Furniture Sale.
farm contains eighteen acres wid was
next meeting of the Rum'son borough
sumption on Monday afternoon lit the assisted by Rev. Joseph A. Linunc and scared and
Efforts of byR. West & Co. of Keyport have be- council unless the chock is made good.
home of his sister, Mrs. Ira Emory, at Rev. John Murrey of Port Monmouth. standers to revive Thorp failed and a sold for ^G,500.
gun their August sale of furniture.
PLAYER-PIANO RKCITAIi.
Oceanic, aged 35 years. He went to Oce- The body was buried in Mt. "oiivetl ^ c t o r 7,1U! '^'Phoned for. For n time
These August aales of furniture haVe
Ai-tist C a r r Annoyed.
two weeks ago. Besides tho sister cemetery.
; it was thought the boy was dead. Dr.
been features of this store's business AGED FARMER'S BIRTHDAY. Held Last Saturday Night at Frank ; anic
at whose house he died, ho loaves a
; Garrison came, and after working baVd Gene Carr, a comic artist on the New
for several years past, und this year
York
World,
who lives on Branch aveC. Storck'a.
, brother, William Kelly of Everett, and n
i over the boy for a hour and a half, 1
they have made efforts to have the Cap!. Henry E. Ackcraon Received 294
Eatontownek* Loses Horse.
Mrs B F
,. „ .
' . . | regained consciousness. On Monday nue, was annoyed Saturday night by a
A player-piano recital attracted a large | BM>r 8ter
i
Skidmore
of
Oceanic,
p,
m ] M , n
n.,
"greatest sale ever." The sale not
Postal Cards Laat Friday.
morning
ho ,„..,„
was rmmrt-,vi
reported .,«
as i..,i.,~
being „,„.;,
very report that he was wanted by the police
number of persons to Frank C. Storck's | - K o ' l v w a s a n undertaker at Hoboken a party
only comprises a clearance sale of sumhclward
McDonald
took ; m(
, rn iiur »,„
of young
folksotofkatontown
the Eatontown
and was) a member of tho Hoboken
bad,
but he gradually grow hotter and of Wilkesbarre, Pa., for the murder of
mer furniture, but it is also a special
Captain Henry E. Ackorson of Hazlet store Saturday night. The player-pia
Presbyterian
Sunday-school
on
a
picnic
a man in that city last December. It
sale of furniture for which preparation? ,/as 87 years old last Friday. His was operated by Frederick Hopkins, teamsters' union. The funeral will be to Asbury Park last Wednesday. When isi now out of danger.
developed that a man named Vulcc,
Walker and Coy
have Ijeeli under way several months. friends celebrated the event by sending who is thoroughly familiar with the in- held tomorrow from his sister's home.
who palmed himself off ag Gene Carr,
A large- advertisement, (jiving figures) him a postal card shower. He received strument and who brought out of it its Rev. Jnines A. Reynolds willhaveehurge
WUM tlie man wanted.
and details of the sale, is found in 291 cards. Mr. Ackerson was born on finest tones and expression. Among of the service. The body will be buried
THE llKGlBTKlt this week on page l(i.
a farm at Warwick, 'New York, in 1821. the composers whose selections were at Mt. Olivet cemetery. The bearers
will
be
friends)
from
Everett.
Boy'a Eyes Blacked.
When he wns cloven yours old his par- rendered were Grodski, Grieg, Cesiek
borrowed n horsso to brini* the picnickers will have charge of. the boya pending
ents) moved to the farm on which he and Nevin. AH an additional attraction
While playing ball laat week Richard
Fishing Trip to Forked River.
Charles)
linrtlett
sang
a
number
of
solos).
tin.!
time
when
their
case
in
disposed
of
now livea. Despite » sii'vere sieknesis
CHURCH CLEARS JS150.
Roberts), son of John M. Roberta of
by Judge t'oatcr.
A party of Hod Hankers went on u during the past few months, Mr. Acker- Mr. Storck oxpecta to give another reEatontown, was struck by a ball and
Well Digger H u r t .
lloth boys) are rather toujfli suieciinens! knocked uncoiuicioua. ISoth hia ey«s
fishing trip yesterday to Forked River HOII isi able to be around. He isi a citld of a like character in a few weeks. This Sum Netted at a Festival for SI.
Charles) TilU»\ of
in livid up | ut childhood, who have been allowed to were blacked and hia nose waa bruised
nud returned homo with 104 weuldisih staunch Democrat, and experts; tr> cast
Dorothea's Church.
with mi injured bond. Wbili d i ig i ; a I run wild. Walker
er is)
i tho l)oy who rere and .swollen.
and one bluol'nib. While at Forked hi!) seventeenth I'resmKititial ballot in
P o r t Monmotith Child Dion.
About $150 was cleared nt u festival well at Little
_
_
ttle Silv
Silver on 'I'ueswlay of lasit j cently went in Tyler Kenner's)
River the party took dinner with Fred November.
' storo and
The ten-nionths-old child of Join lusrt night in Collier's* prove for the week a 1 iiicket, loll on hist head and j stole the money box, cotitaiiiinp'
$1.45.
i
It. (lowdy, proprietor of the Forked
Wrist Sprained,
Naughton of Port Monmouth died Mon-1 benefit of St. Oorothon'ti church ut; knocked 1lini uiH'ou.'icious). Ho. in wr l
_.__«^,,.«_^
'
River hou.'ie, fnrini'rly of Hod Dunk.
I'aco Cut by Broken Window.
Allen
Heiinott
ef lOatontown Bpraiwd
day
of
sipinul-meningitisi.
The
child
had
Eatontown.
The
grounds*
were
prettily
covering,
but
at
(irstt
it
was)
t,h»ii|;ht
TIMKH; in the jmrty were Howard Rogcra,
lii:i left wriat and cut his hand lattt
John Mallny, who m employed as n been Hick about two weekii and up t decorated with buntini?, llaf;si and Chin- Unit death would ritHiilt from th i
l>oa,th fk-om Cit,nc«r.
Daniel Wood, Dr. Frank Luweii, Henry coiichiiinn
week
by
falling
from a scaffold at
for
Frank
h.
lilaiucMl
of
Misisi ICinily Smock, daughter of
^
lioclc, Walter Iiinton and (Jeoi'neOj'ilvm. Kunt Front street, was shocked by light- Mondayy itn condition looked favorabl ene lanterns). Many residents) of noif^h- jury.
ffor recovery. Tin;
Ti funcml
f l
h l borin({ town:! went to the fentival DM
waa held
Dniiiol Kmock, iliod yositorilay ut Duvid Moimt'n carriage factory at Uexl Bank.
He hast been laid up siinco tho accident
ning lniit week while rniaini; n window. tliisi
Rev. . John Murrayy of iitrnwrMea, One of the foal.uresi of tinCut Thigh With (Jlan-i.
Crawford's) at IJ<>II|C Hrancli,"where fil
tli morninic,
i
" The I-aHt ol" tlio TorioB."
Ho fell n|;iiimit the window mid hill face New
rge ot the funtivnl wns) the clmnrini; off of a pig
Monmouth having charge
Edwanl Wilsion, Jr., am of the luto liml hiii'ii IxuinliiiK. Her death wusi (K'i'urred.
waa
badly
cut
by
the
i;luim.
Hin
wound:!
and
n
five-pound
box
of
candy.
Tho
iiervice. The body wan buried al Mt.
The Aii|;uHtimH.'t,iii|r of the Monmotith
ICdward Wilsion of 'i'lirockinorton nv<'- cuuiied by tin inward cancur. Misin
Infhuit Diaa of Ooaaam|>Uon.
pig was) won by Mi»s> Helen Powers) mid mio, cut hisi tlitirh with
Olivet cemetery.
county historical noddy will be hold were rironucd by Dr. Willimn Hayre.
a piece, .vf Kmock wusi in her fortieth your.
the candy went to Jume.'i Donnelly.
tomorrow »f le-nmon ut Willimn Ktrotlusr
The infant daughter of Mrs. Mabel
i;l:ii!S) lusit Tliuriidny while li liing in Mm
Jonen'ti in Middletown towimliip, nonr
t'iutmmo of Now Monmouth <\U:A on
Lofr HroUoii l>y a FiiU.
river. Dr. William Hayre elosied tho
Now Mnat <irln<l«r.
iry flurprlso P a r t y
Red Hank. The main feature of llu;
Laundry lJiirnotl Mown.
cut up with two itUtohes).
Clnytnn Itrotlioni liavo iriiitalloil in Monday of MinsmmpHon, Tho ftsiwrtl
Jnmi'ii McGregor of Long Branch wan
Mimi
Knmiu
IliilinoM
of
Hhiownhury
held yesterday nnd tho body wa#
Hfternoon will bo an addnuiu by Hon.
tli«ir moHt market n machine, tor ({riiid- was)
A simaU laundry on tho went aide
a nurpriiic visit from (iftoon of carting utruw Monday when he fell
Fnmc.in Huxley 1,«'<; of Trenton on "The received
ing meat, 'die umdiiiio in operated by Imried nt ftiir View.
her friendi) hint Friday night. A plomi- from the wagon and broke one of hin Ocean iivuimo near tho Soabright borRofttrmotl Picnic.
Taint of tho Torion."
leifii. He was taken to the Long Hraneh ough line wai>> burnoil down Monday.
ant evening wan npent in plnyini;
The H(tf<>rriUMl church Huinlayiicliool oleetricit.y.
Unprrcedentrii W«
houpita).
Kcnoral tiociability and
ti
The contonta wero eonmimed.
will fro on n picnic to honj; Hruncli tomorCarpvta Altered ami Laid.
One, two nml Him) (l«l!«if n
Don't forgot the KoypurL baml
- —-«».••••—
—
row.
Thi)
trip
will
l)i'
iniiilu
V
>
y
Hjn'ciul
Upholstering in nil it.n hrnnchvu nt Wotnttn'a ami Girh' 2Sc. Aprons lie. Ottfi IMIar Summer Coreeln HHc.
ruruion U> Coney Iiiluiul, Aufftuit 12th. at Un\, We. and 'M\ at Jotcsph
Hair Mattremen Math Over.
trolley com at nine o'clock.
StnrtH at. 1:00 V. M. Tirktstis 76 rcnta— dry gixxia Btort, - Adv.
Robert lluncu & Hoiin', Red Hnnlc — during tho midnumntor clunrinir. Halo ut
W. II., American I.ndy, It. & CJ. and
Spuciiil nizo mnttrniiBvit and cuuMona
v«^-,j^^
j
„
Ado,
Adv.
_
_^_ t l l B _
th<!> dry goodii utoru of Joiioph Sak, Red other popular $1,00 Cornets) nt C5c. nt mnau nt nhort notice. Robert Hunco &
Pink and whit
hitn
rloji|K'rmiut.ti
for
Um
Fratth mramefa daily nt
Joaaph Sulz'ii dry goodu nturo.
Komi, Red Ihmk.-Adw.
Bunk,—Adv.
i Pecan patlioii at Liiug'n. —Adv.
H.
/)''"•
•
reach tt:« cream ul Laug'n. —Adv.
Adv.
Funeral and Jumped His Parole. INAUGURAL MATINEE OF
TROLLEY CAB CRASHES INTO
Mrs. Charles Duryea of Port MonFAIR ASSOCIATION.
A WAGON.
mouth died last Thursday of heart dis-
FINE RESIDENCE SOLD.
THE |
$1,000 CLEAREDAT FAIR.
EATONTOWN S INDUSTRY !^
m
i**™™**
HEWS.
Aaauol Picnic Saturday—
Tknz R'cuttfo Killed.
Wvc tlm past few years a number of
U>3 vt»un>j uien of the village have bec-n
gsing oo s'xcursionb, which they call
"I'armcro* picnics." The picnic this
year came off last Saturday and the existraiotsists went to Keansburg. All day *
long the weather was threatening and ©
a t times i t showered, but despite this &
t h e picnickers had a goo! time. In j j
t h e party were Kenneth Wyckoff, Whar•n&Kaymond and Cecil Crawford, Lewis, V
David and Aeher Schenck, Charles and *
William Ely, Rezeau, Edwin, Howard
and Harry Conover, -Edgar McClees, )
Charles Buck and Koert and Ed. Heyer. p
William R. Crawford, who lives on t
t h e Vanderburgroad.killed three weasels %
near his place Saturday morning, with a •5*
eiub. The weasels were about half )
grown. A full grown weasel, which was '?
probably the mother of the brood, escaped. Mr. Crawford has lost many
chickens the past few weeks, and he
attributes their loss to the weasels.
Through ah advertisement in THE
BEGISTEK, W. A. French recovered a
lap robe which he lost near here a few
daya ago. The robe was found by Rev.
Garrett Wyckoff, paBtor of the Reformed
church, who returned it to Mr. French
• Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Benedict, Jr.,
of New York, have returned from a visit
to Rev. and Mrs. Garrett Wyckoff. Mr.
Wyckoff left Monday morning for i
month's vacation trip. He will visit
places of interest in New York and the
New England states and intends to spend
most of his time a t Portland, Maine. ^
During his absence the Reformed church j j
will be closed.
$
Misses Laura and Catherine DuBois
•viste guesta at I. Webster Jones's last '
' r week.
. ©
Eugene Johnson ha&,rented his house
a t the foot of the hill on the Lincroft
road to James Patterson. Mr. Johnson
•will move to Red Bank next month.
H e has re-papered and repainted the
I»ase'«.nd made other minor improvements.
During August the regular evening
service a t the Baptist church will be
omitted. Rev. T. E . Vassar will be
away part of the month and during his
absence t h e pulpit will be supplied by
visiting ministers. Next Sunday morning Rev. H. M. B. Dare of Ledgewood
will preach. Mr. Vassar will conduct
the service the following Sunday. On
August 16th and 23d the pulpit will be
occupied by Rev. M. E. VonNostrand of
Hornell and Rev. A; H. Sutphen of New
Monmouth, respectively.
Francis E. Tilton, supervising princi
pal of Eaton town township schools, upenl
fast week with relatives nere.
An ice cream sale will be held in the
Baptist chapel tonight.
. Mrs. Emeline Heyer is making nn ex
tensive visit at Howell and'vicinity." !.
Misa Agnes McCormick and Mrs. John
Langon and children of New York hav.
been visiting a t Dennis; Henrehim's.
Harry Stryker, commonly known a
" G i g Striker," is employed by Charlu
Sickles, a milk dealer at Asbury Park.
I
MATINEE AND NIGHT.
Hollis E Cooley Presents America's Greatest Play by Augustus Thomas,
Same Great Company One Year Each in New York, Chicago, London, Eng.
and the two Houses sliaH meet a<;p&r&tely on the and decision of causes pending a t the tiiae of such
second Tuesday in January in each year, at which asaignrnent.
time of inectintf tiie legislative w a r shall com4. Four Justices shall IMJ necessary to cohatitute
mence,
a quorum on the final hearing of any cause in the
2. Strike out paragraph I. of section II, Article Appeals Division, but the Supreme Court may
IV, and insert in place thereof the f ollowiiiK:
provide by rule for the making of .interlocutory
1. The Senate shall be composed of one Senator orders by a lesser number of justices, or by one „
from each county in the State, elected by the legal justice; such orders to be subject to revision by the
™
voters of the counties respectively, for four years. Appeals Division.
3. Strike out paragraph 2 of section II, Article
On the hearing" of a cause In tho Appeals DiviIV, and'ineert in place thereof the following :
sion, no Justice who has given a judicial opinion
2. AE Boon as the Senate shall meet after the in the cause in favor of or against the judgment,
first election to be held in pursuance of this con- orderordecreeundnr review nhall sit at the hearing
Best Whiskey for medicinal pur- stitution they ehall be divided by the Senate as to review such judgment, order or decree, but the
equally ps may be into two classes. Tho seats of reasons for such opinion ishall be assigned to the
poses, $ 1 . 0 0 per bottle.
the Senators of the first clasa ahall be vacated at Court in writing.
the expiration- of the second year; of the second
5. A majority of all the members of ths Supreme
For sale at Wm. K. Kelly's Ameri- cla&B, at the expiration of the fourth year, BO that Court, %o be presided over by the Chief Juntiee,
class may be elected every second year and if h l l nstitute o quorum for the asoi#nment of
can Hotel, Red Bank; Chas. A. List, one
vacancies happen, by resignation or otherwise, j t i e n l s n i d for the appointment of -officers, end
Hotel Monmouth, Rumson ; B. Keenan, the persons elected to supply etjt:h vacancies nhall the enactment of rulea.
Grand Central Hotel, Seabri£ht; B. be elected for the unexpiredterma only; provided, 6. The Supreme Court shall appoint one or more
the Senators having the longest period of reporters, not exceeding- three, to report the deCreighton, Creighton's Hotel, High- that
timtf still to serve at the time of making said divis- cisions of the Court, and shall by rule define his or
lands "of Navesink; Wm. H. Garrigan, ion shall be entitled to the longer terms.
their duties and powers. The reporters Bhall hold
A.
Strike
out paragraph I of section III, article office for nye year-3, subject, however, to removal at
Garrigan's Hotel, Oceanport, N. J.;
the discretion of the Court
insert in place thereof tho following :
Harry Searl's Old Pleasure Bay House, IV,1. and
The General Assembly B1I&11 be composed of
SECTION V.
Pleasure Bay.
members elected by the legal votera of the couif1. The Appeals Division shall have and exercise
ties, respectively, every second year, beginning
JAS. A. MAGOUEN, Agent.
on the first Tuesday after tho first Monday in No- the appellate jurisdiction heretofore possessed by
asino domini one thousand,nine hundred tho Court of Errors end Appeals, tho jurisdiction
G. C. VANDERBILT, Representative. vember,
and ten, who ahall be apportioned among the said heretofore possessed by the Supreme Court on writ
countiea
as
ns may be aecordingto the num- of error, and the jurisdiction heretofore poouessed
U.Y. Office: 109 HudsonJStroet. ber of theirnearly
inhabitants. The Legislature shall, by tho Prerogative Court on appeal, and by the
in the year one thousand nine hundred and ten,Ordinary on appeal, and such further appellate
and at ita first Bession after each United States jurisdiction oa may be conferred upon it by law.'
decennial census hereafter, and not oftener, divide together with such original jurisdiction as may be
and arrange each county of this State into a dis- incident to the complete determination of any
trict or diatricta for the election therein of a mem- cause on review, Bavini?, however., the .right of
•
ber or members of the General Assembly- Each trial by jury.
Assembly diatrict so constituted shall contain, as 2. The jurisdiction heretofore possessed by tha
nearly as practicable, an equal number of inhabi- Supreme Court snd the Justices thereof not hereby
tants, and shall consist of convenient and contig- conferred on the Appeals Dtvision.and the jurisdicuous territory in a compact form, but no county, tion heretofore po.ifjesaed by the Circuit Courts and
or part thereof, shall be joined with any other the Judges thereof, and auch further original
county, or part thereof, in any such district; pro- jurisdiction not of an equitable nature, and such
vided, that each county shall, a t all times, be en- further.appellate jurisdiction from inferior courts,
titled to at lcaat one member, and the whole num- us may be conferred by statute, shall be exerciaed
ber of members to be chosen shall never exceed by the Law Division of the Supreme Court and by
the several justices thereof, in accordance with
sixty.
The Court of Last Resort, by whatever name rulea of practice and procedure prescribed by
known, is hereby invested with excluBivo original statute, or in the absence of statute, by the Sujurisdiction and with full power, under such pro- preme Court.
3. Tho jurisdiction heretofore posseoscd by the
us it may by rulea prescribe, to review any
-NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that cedure
division and arrangement made by theLcKislature Prerogative Court and the Ordinary, not hereby
o Assembly districts of the counties
of this State conferred on the Appeals Division, and the juristhe following named applicants have
1
diction
heretofore possessed by the Court of Chan• the purpose of determining whether such arand the Chancellor, and BUCII further original
applied for riparian rights to lands un- rangement and division, or any part thereof, ia in cery
equity
jurisdiction
as may be conferred by statute,
accordance or in conflict with this section, and, if
der water, as follows :
in conflict herewith, to adjudge the same, or Buch undeuch further original jurisdiction aa is now conpart thereof as may be in conflict herewith, null f errablc on the Prerogative Court shall be exercised
void._ In case said court ehall determine such by the Chancery Division and by the Chancellor
THE C. E. CONOVEe CQEV3PAWY, and
arrangement and division, or any part thereof, to and the several justices of said Division in accordwith rules of practice and procedure prescribed
North Shrewsbury River at Red Bank, be null and void the Legislature ahall proceed to ance
make a new arrangement and division, entire or by statute, or, in the absence of statute, by the Supreme Court, but the Justices of that Division
Monmouth County,
partial, as the action of the court may require.
5. Strike out paragraph 3 of Article V and insert Bhall be under such control and supervision by the
Chancellor as shall be provided by the Supreme
KATHARINE C. BAGLEY, North in place thereof the following:
a. The Governor shall hold hia office for four Court.
Shrewsbury River at Oceanic, Mon- years, to commence at twelve o'clock noon on the 4. Terms of the Supreme Court presided over by
third Tuesday of January next ensuing the election a single Justice tif the Law Division for the trial of
mouth County.
for Governor bpthe-'-peopIe, and to end'-at twelve laaues joined in.sr brought to ,'he Law Division
o'clock noon on the third Tuesday of January four of the Supreme Court shall bo held in the several
THOfVIAS -E. RflCE, Shrewsbury years hereafter; and he shall be'incapable of hold- counties a t times -fixed by the Supreme Court.
ing that office for four years ne^tt after his term Until so fixed, such trial terms shall be held at the
River at Branchport, north of public of
service shall have expired.; and no appointment places and timekVioyfjUxed by law for the holding
the. Courts of" Ciimrhon Picas in the, several
road leading to Atlanticville, Monmouth or nomination to office shall be made feythe Gover- of
counties,
nor during the-last week of his said term. •
County.
5. The Supreme Court may provide by rule for
6. Strike out paragraph 6 of section II, Article
the transfer of any cause or issue from the Law ,:
VII. and insert in place thereof the following:
to the Chancery Division, or from the
"OCEAN BEACH CLUB OF EL- 6. Clerks and surrogates of counties shall be' Division
elected by the people of their respective counties ^hancery Division to the Law Division of the SuBEEtONp" Atlantic Ocean, at ElberOn, at the elections for members of the General AB- preme Court, and from the County Court to the
• They shall hold their offices for six years. Law Division or the Chancery Division of the SuCity of Long Branch, Monmouth sembly.
7. Strike out paragraph 7 of section II, Article preme Court, and for the giving of complete legal
and equitable relief in any cause in the Court or
VII. and insert in place therof the following :
County.
7. Sheriffs and coroners shall to. elected by the Division where it may be pendinc6. Nothing herein contained ahall prevent tho
people
of
their
respective
counties
at
the
elections
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that for members of the General Assembly, and shall alteration,
by law of any statutory power or jurthe Riparian Commission-, on Thursday, hold their offices for four years, after which four isdiction conferred upon any Court or Judge since
years must elapse before they can be again capable the adoption 'of the Constitution in the year one
July 30th, 1908, at eleven o'clock A. M., of serving. Sheriffs shall annually renew their thousand ei^ht hundred and forty-four, and noth' g herein contained shall prevent the Legislature
at its office, in the Commercial Trust bonds.
8. Add to section 2 of article VII, three para- from conferring upon any inferior Court which
Building, Jersey City, N. J., will con- graphs to be known as paragraphs 12, 13 and 11. may hereafter be established such power or juris12. All elections for Governor, members of the diction ns was exercised by or which .may now be
sider the above applications; and allSenate
and General Assembly, sheriffs, coroners, conferred upon the inferior Courts mentioned in
county clerks and surrogates of counties and all Section I of Article VI. of the Constitution of 1844.
persons interested in, or objecting to, other
officers now or hereafter necessary t o be
SECTION VI.
b byh thel electorsf of
hthehwhole
l S Suite, or
f of
*£. the Same, are requested to be present h chosen
The County Courts shall have and exercise, in all
5 „*• + 1 ^ ™™+,W .,„,! K« \,nn*A
\ «ny county therof. shall be held every second yVar, cases
within
the
county
auchoriitinal common law
at that meeting- and he heard.
on the tirst Tuesday nf tor the first Monday in November, bejrinnin^ anno domini one thousand nine jurisdiction concurrent with the Supreme Court,
and
such
other
jurisdiction
heretofore exercised
hundred
and
ton.
JOHN C. PAYNE,
courts inferior to the Supreme Court and the
13. All flections for justices of the peace and all by
Prerogative Court as may beprovided Ly law. The
Secretary. and tiny municipal officers, na distinguished from final
judgments of the County Courts may be
State and county officers as hereinbefore provided, brought
for review before the Supreme Court in
now or hereafter necessary to be chosen by the the Appeals
Division. Until otherwise provided,
electors of any city, borough, town, township, the jurisdiction
heretofore exercised
by the Courts
villiifje or subdivision thereof, or any rnunicijiality of Common Pleas.
Orphana1 Courts, Courts of
| of this State, except counties, shall be'}hold every Oycr and Terminer. Courts
of Quarter Sessions, or
; second year on tho first Tuesday after the iirst by the Judges thereof, shall
be exercised by the
| Monday in November, bcRimiing anno domini one County Court.3 pursuant to rules
prescribed by the
i thousand nine hundred and eleven.
Court. The justices of tho Law Division
\ 14. Except as herein provided with relation to Supremo
the Supreme Court shall be ex oflicioJudfreuof
i the ofliceof Senators, all officers filling any elective of
Courts. All other jurisdiction ar auat the time these amendments take effect the County
Notice is hereby given that th i office
now vested in any Court, Judge, or magisshall continue in,the exercise of the tlutic.-i thereof thority
trate with jurisdiction inferior to the Courts in
c
In ii- r o n i i i r i ii fr t i n - r e m n v i l f i f h r l p r t s « conlinK t o t h e i r r e s p e c t i v e commission!
this section mentioned, and not superseded by this
ia\V r e q u i r i n g tJlL r e m o v a l Ot brierb, j ofonice,and until their successors may
.y be elected article, shall continue to be exercised by such
and qualified under the provisions of these amend- Court, Judge or magistrate until the LcKislature
weeds and brush from the high- ments, and all ofiicers whose terms of office would shall otherwise provide.
expire after these amendments take effect and
prior to the election and qualification of their sucSECTION VII.
ways in front of property will be cessors in ofiice, at the election for the respective This amendment to the Constitution shall not
ofiices first held under the provisions of these cause thu ubutument <jf any suit or proceeding
shnll continue in the ollice until their pending when it take? effect. TheSupremc Court
enforced in Shrewsbury township. amendments,
successors can be elected nnd qualified, nt theBhall make such guneral nnd fcpec.al rules and
election for such ofiice or office!? to be held next orders aa may be necessary for the transfer of all
! The law governing this matter IS niter these amendments take eil'ect, according to suits and proceedings to tho appropriate Division
By the Riparfon Commission oi the
State of Hew Jersey.
SCENE FROM ARIZONA.
GRAND
PRODUCTION—COMPLETE.
Tickets on sale at Minton's Drug Store..
Matinee Prices: Children, 25c. Adults, 50c.
Evening Prices: 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00. Box Seats, $1.50. 500 Good Seats at 50c.
COMING AUGUST 6,
—
— -—-
65 PEOPLE.
MARLBORO NEWS.
TWO CARLOADS OF SCENERY
.6
A Week of Much Visiting in This I
FRIDAY, AUGUST 7—THE MAN OF THE HOUR.
Localitu.
•;,: Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith returned
Saturday from theirweddingtripandfor
a short time they will reside with the Mrs. John Nuiburlein spent Thursday
groom's parents. They were serenaded in Kcansburg.
Monday night by a crowd from this
The Baptist Sunday-school will K<> on
place. The scrcnadcrs were treated to its annual picnic to Keansburg next
refreshments.
Tuesday.
Mrs. Zion, a native of Syria, spent
There will be baptism in the Baptist
part of last week here exhibiting nccdlc- church on Sunday ni^ht.
fearfi^ She made several sales.
Mr. and Mrs. 0 . C. Herbert have gone
Rev!' William E. Davis has returned to Manasijuan for the rest of the sumTOUR TO YELLOWSTONE PARK AND THE
i
from his vacation. The junior Christian
! as follows :
' Endeavor society will meet in the chapel
CANADIAN
ROCKIES.
Mr. and Mrs. \V. C. Herbert were
Friday afternoon.
Sunday guests of Mrs. William Lay ton
The owner or occupant of land abutLast Tuesday while Mr. and Mrs.of Freehold cm Sunday.
In northwestern Wyoming in the heart of the Rocky
that of the Division or Court to which the suit or
ting on any highway in any township These, amendments, if adapted, shall take effect proceeding shall have bwn trnnyferred.
J a m e s H . Baird were driving their nuMr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Brower spent
nnd KO into operation on U(e first day of February, ] Fifth—Strike out Paragraphs 1, 2. 5 andfiof
Mountains,
lies
one
of
nature's
richest
treasures—the
Yellow. tomobile through Keyport t h e brake Saturday and Sunday at Asbury Park
in this state shall, during the month of in the yeur of our Lord one thousand nine hundred I, Section
II of Article VII; and substitute the fol~
failed t o work and they collided with a and Seagirt.
stone National Park. Set. apart b)' Act of Congress for the
j l(Avinu paragraphs in place of Paragraphs I nnd .
September of each year, cut and re-! a n d ten*
wagon, damaging the machine. No one Mrs. Carman is visiting friends in
PROPOSED
TO THIS •2 - n n ' 1 change the number of the paragraphs folenjoyment
of
mankind,
it
is
America's
greatest
show
ground.
move
all
brush,
briers
Und
weeds
growj
5 to correspond:
was injured.
COXST1XVTI0X Of THE STATE OF lowing
Brooklyn.
1. The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, the
i ing1 in or upon such portion of such • JVEir JE1W11Y 11T THE LEO1SI,A- President
Hev. and Mrs. Benjamin Baker are
To visit this Park is to see nature in a variety of majestic
Harry VanPelt and Joseph VanderJuntice of the Law Division, the Chan***T*expected from China soon, when they veer spent Thursday at Lakewood.
TUltX: OF 10OS.
cellor nnd the Associate Justices of the Supremo
highway as his or her lands abut upon;
moods. Mammoth hot springs, with multicolored terraces,
Court shall be nominated by the Governor nnd n«will visit Mrs. Baker's parents, Rev.
Key. Robert Uhra Thompson of Clarand in case such owner or occupant
n p o , , , TTT-I^VT i Pointed by him. with the advice and consent of the
cliffs of glass, beautiful lakes, mighty falls, glorious canyons,
and Mrs. M. N. Smith.
CONCURRENT
RESOLUTION, Senate. They shall not belessthun thirty-five years
ion, Pa., was a guest of his sister, Mrs.
hall fail to perform the duty imposed
No. 4.
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Hulse visited Hurry VanPelt, on Thursday.
of agfi and shall have been practicing attorneys
and geysers of all descriptions, are found in this wonderful
in the State forat least ten years. They shall hold
hereby, the township committee of the
A. Brower of Avon on Sunday.
office for the term of seven years; Bhall, at stated
region.
STATE OF NEW JERSEY.
The Sunday-school of the Reformed
township in which auch lands abut as
times, receive for their services a 1compensation
Deeds Recorded.
church held its annual picnic a t Koansshall not be diminished during theirterm of
aforesaid ahall cause such work to be BE IT RESOLVED, (the Senate concurrinir). That which
On August 24 a personally-conducted tour through the
office, and they shall hold no other office under the
burg last Tuesday.
Aiii; ivviii
The
following real estate transfers
the
following
amendment
to
the
Constitution
of
Government
of the State, or of the United States,
done
and
the
owner
of
such
lands
shall
Yellowstone Park to Portland and Seattle, returning through
Theodore Burke of Hudson street is | havcTbeeli recorded in the office of the
this State be and the same in hereby proposed, and and ahall not engage in the pratice of law durinff
pay the expense thereof, with costs, to when the same shall be agreed to by a majority of their term of ofiice. The Chancellor and the Chief
having two glass panels put in the lront c o u n t c l e r k a t P r e c h o l d f o r t h e w e e k
the magnificent Canadian Rocky Mountains, will leave the
Justice of the Supreme Court, and the Vice Chandoor of his home. He is also making e n ( j ; n K j u | y 05th, 1908:
be recovered in an action upon contract ]
cellons and Associate Justices! of tho Supreme
Hast by special train over the Pennsylvania Railroad. Five
other improvements.
any justice Of t h e peace of t h e I entered on their journals, with the yean ami noya Court, in ofiice when this amendment takes effect,
IlEII
HANK.
shall be Justices of the Supreme Court until the
Mrs. William Heyer was sick laat TintfTn water company to Kichiird K. Fox.
.
j
.
,
.
1
taken
thereon,
and
referred
to
the
Legislature
and one-half days will be spent in the Park, one day in PortCOUnty a t t h e SUlt Of SUCh tOWnsnip next to be cchosen,
and
published for three months expiration of their respective terms.
,
d published
week. Miss Mabel Irwin is visiting hher. :Hi-100 am1:! on Prospect avenue, $1,
.The Circuit Court Judges In ofiico when this
previous
to
the
first
Tuesday
after
the
first
Monday
land,
one
day
in
Vancouver,
one
day
at
Field,
B.
C
,
one
committee.
Mrs. David Baird and daughter Sarah MiKiion H. Loow IO<U'UIK<' S. liiKrnlmm. •lfil-100
of November next, in at least one newspaper of amendment takes effect shall be continued in office
ill the .-astern I'iirt of lied Hank. $4,000.
each county to be designated by the President of with the powers of the Justices of the Supreme
Bpent last week with Mrs. Ira Baird of ncrea
day at Laggan, Alba., one day at Banff, and stops will be
Mnry Reilly to Edwiml W. CiriitKn. I.aml nn tl
The township committee of the Senate, the Speaker of the Hous>e of Assembly Court at the Circuit until the expiration of their
Freehold.
south Milo of tin- rrail from Red Hunk lo Fair Haand the Secretary of State, payment for such pub- respective terma. They may hold the County
made at many other points of interest. The tour will cover
William Duggan was on the sick list ven. sr.no. mnu:wHm;iiY TOWNSHU"?
Shrewsbury township suggests that lication to be made by the Treatsurer on the warrant Courts, subject to assignment by the Law Division
of the Supreme Court.
of the Comptroller.
a period of twenty-two days.
last week.
William L. Chailwick to C'ornelini S. Mulfciul.
this work of removing the brush, Firat-StriUe out Paragraph 10 of Section VII of 2. Tho Governor, by anil with the advice and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Applcgate have I.anil
nt Fair Haven, on the- north Mile of the road
Article IV, and change the numbers of the follow- consent of the Senate, shall appoint one Judge of
As
an
educational,
trip
for
either
teacher
or
scholar,
this
briers and weeds from the high- ing paragraphs to correspond.
been entertaining relatives from New from Oceanic to lied Dunk, S-'J.-tH'.
the County Court in each county, and such addiAnnn T. Stilwell nnd othert. to Krneiit FnlineSecond—Change Paragraph 10 of Article V EO as tional County Judge cr Judgca in any county aa
tour is especially attractive, as it covers a section of America
York.
ways of the township be clone dur- to read as follows :
fitoi-k. Stilwell farm, between Ued ltnnk and
may be authorized by law. The County Judges
Mrs. Barber of Keyport, who hasalnewalmry,
$:!7,f>0l).
rich in scenery and replete with the marvelous manifestations
10. Tho Governor or pernon ftdniiniaterinK the may hold court m any county nubject to tho coning the month of August, if possi- government,
been visiting her con, Mansfield Barber,- John Hull McLean to Mnry E. (lilmnrlin. l!l
nnd four citizena of the State ap- trol of the Supreme Court. The County Judges
nt hind on the road from Shrewsbury to
of nature.
pointed by the Governor, by nnd with tho ndvion shall not bo lens than thirty yenrnof HB«\ nnd shall
bos returned home. Miss Delia Barber neiea
ble,
iu
order
that
the
township
Tinton I-'allu. SI.
and consent of the Senate, ahall constitute the have been practicintr attorneys in this State for
and Mrs. Harvey Stilvvagon of Cliff- ( S c o w II. I'rinliie to Ada A. Jnrvia. 2 acres on
The rates, which will cover all necessary expenses, will
Bonrtl of Pardon a, Tho members of enid Board, at least five yearn. They nhall hold ofiico for the
highways may be free from such or
any three of them, of whom tlie Governor or term of five years; nhnll at »tated times receive for
wood were Sunday guests of Mrs. Bar- the east (iide of the mud from Uillnson to lted
be $246 from New York, $243.20 from Philadelphia, $241.20
administering: the government flhall lie one, their services such compensation, which Bhall not
ber. Mis3 Reta Barber is visiting rela- Hank, SI.
encroachments during the rcrnain- person
tnny remit fines and forfeitures, and grant re- be diminished during thoir tormof ofFice.aa theLegtives at Cliilwood.
from Washington and Baltimore, $230.80 from Pittsburgh,
prievcM, commutations, pardona and imrolcs, after ialutuie in StHdiscretion ahall fix for each county,
Jail H'H A I IIW1 !'. executor, t o William I'l'ttcn
der
of
the
season,
and
also
in
order
conviction in nil caaca except impeachment. The nnd they ahull hold no othor ofiice under the GovFrank Sawtelle and Walter Bain! L anil lit Jlil ' h i Mid II •nrli, $lim.
and proportionate from other points.
meinlierii tinccliiHy appointed ahall hold oltice ernment of tho State or of tho United States, and
were visitors at Philadelphia last week. (>«'( rn • r M i o n t-it . Juine.i Mi Diini Id. Land oi
that the weeds, etc., be prevented four
for five yeani, nnd receive for their Kerviees n com- fihnil not engage hi practice of the law in tho courts
Mrs. Rornaine Heyer and daughter t io r Mi fr nn N a ink lo Ilirl Ininh ,$1.
Preliminary
leaflets
may
be
obtained
of
Agents,
and
pensation which Bhall not ho diminished during of the county where tliuy hold court during their
from
going
to
seed.
Should
the
] Ait
O W N 1 . I W N Mini'
the term of their appointment.
term of ofllce. Tho judges of the Common Plean
Marie of Brooklyn arc spending a month
detailed itineraries will be ready for distribution shortly.
Fn> le ick W. HiP '. I'xecutor. in 1-: h'ur I'atteiin ofiico. when thin amendment taken effect shall
brush, briers-, weeds, etc., not be Tlilnl—ClimiKo Section 1 of Article VI. 00 on to be
here.
IK n c i
in.
Kill
the jurifreo of the County Courtu until the extead fin in i • thelate John I'
rend an follown :
!
Persons desiring to avail themselves of this opportunity to
The Missionary Gardeners will hold an C
piration
of their present temiH.
removed
during
the
time
set
forth
SECTION 1,
It.-lcnm
ice cream sale every Saturday night f l l u i d e t h I . - h o to l'M(;nr I' it teri nn.
a. Thin amendment nlmll take effect on the first
visit
the
Park
of
the
Nation
should
make
application
for
The
judicial
power
shall
bo
vrutcil
in
1
1
Court
for
in th
-.-itend fain of t If 'li ti- Join
by law, the same will be done by thetriril of impnichmentii,aSupreineCourt,County Monday in February, in the year next following
during the month of August.
I". Cnnicr, t l .
Pullman space early, as the party will be limited.
Make
iind Hucli other CourtH, inferior to Bho Su- its adoption by Ihu people.
Mrs. Clara Bennett, a nurse in Ann Eilirui•rull<-r.-i(inlo.liinii-:iN.H. llrmv»tcr. l,;.nd
the township committee and theCourts,
The Lcgiuliituro aholl pniin all lnwn nccciisary
premo Court, as may be entiibliBhed by law, which to4.carry
home!.lead farm of Ihe Into John ]'. Ciwlei- $1.
May hospital, Spring Lake, spent part nndCharles
effect the provfoloiiR of the constituapplication
through
local
Ticket
Agent
or
address
Geo.
\V.
infi rior Court ti Ihu Lc&taltUure nmy niter ornboli.'ili tion and into
linker to.Iolm II. I'm ki r. Blm T en
expense'thereof collected from the an
thin aitUMidrnunt thereof.
of last week with her mother, Mrs. of liinil (inM.Ihe
th<! public (rood sdmll require,
wist side of Ihe mail from Melioyd,
General
Passenger
Agent,
Hroad
Street
Station,
Fourth-Strike
out.
all
of
Kectioim
II,
IV,
V
VI
Joseph Miller.
r
chank-tiville t,. l'.atoo|.,nn. $1.
property owners according to law.
TO Tin-;
und VII, of Article VI. clmwro the number of HecII. I'nrker to Char].-,, M. l'nrk.r. SB urrcn
Misa Virginia Monfort and Carl Baird J,,hn
Philadelphia.
CONSTITUTION OF TIM IS tiTATtS OF
tion III of Article VI to Section II, und innort the
land <m tin- wi-it side (>r Ihi- roa.l frum Me.
GEORGE
WOODS,
of New York visited Mr. and Mru.of
following
tiectiona
in
Artlcln
VI:
•
'
NKW tUCllSEY UX TIME LUOISLAehaniciiville to l-!atolilown, $1.
James H. Baird laot week.
TVMC OF I90H.
SI^CTION III.
IIUI.M1»KI. TOWNIillll'.
Supervisor of Glomln.
. Mrn. Jesse Sickles of Matawan is | Mi.ry
Any judire of nny of the Coiirtaof tho State may
lmrne t.. TI,.-,KI,,,,, 1!. Th.
bo removed for durability cimtinuinir for outs year, ASSEMBLY CONCUKHKNT RESOLUTION,
visiting her daughter, Mrn. Winiield
m i n i Ir-iiii M a t a w a n ti. Hi.lim
4>r for refusal lo perform tho <lutie;iof hiMoflicc, by
Defective oycnijiht in (tonrnlly tho ruunn. Correct tho eyesiffht by fflnnncs, AMI<JNl>MlSMTti VHOVOHICl* TO THK
NO. <).
Stryker. •
HAIIITAH TOWN.IIllr.
CONSTITUTION O I' Til MS HTATK Oi'" u vote of Lwo-thirdfl of all t!i» inembeni of tho
nnd tho hradacho IH n tbiw; of the iiaat, Freo cunuuliatlun. Glacaoa If needed
Miss Edith lircnmilmn of Trenton
in F u r m
l l l i l i i J u i i i e a I'ldililt. '-i HI<I
n (he
at iiHHiernto pricctj.
HTATK OF NUW
NKW J HUB ICY UY THIS LIWIHLA- McnaUwind of two-thirdu of nil tho nienibcrii of tho
1
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We:.I
ntr.-el.
Key,,oi
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l
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IIouiio of Atini'inbly voting tittpur'itcly, af tei'iihcnrvisiting her brother, Rev. It. I '. Itresnm- r«.}.li''n Nnti.mi.l lunik of K.-yimrt In I . c w h
'lVHiJ Oh" 1908.
intr U-foro both Ilntintw In joint ueiiMon,
DK. STII-ES, Boctoi" Of Optics,
han.
I'ilinnii. Land oo Ihi- K e y p o r t mi.l K ,.ehold t i n ol*MTlti:.'tOLV[in(ihnKiiiiat«ronr.iirrinK). TluU
SECTION IV.
llilie.
Si'llll.
next visit Wednesday, Aue- Mil. M3NATK C'ONCUHUENT RKMOUJTION NO (». 1. TimMupri'inuCourtuliall liooi'KUniKcd in tluco 1 in IUIIOWIIIK amemljimnt toltho cMimitlhilinri of
Mr». Chiu'lcB Chancy of Lake Como Willi.iin I I . Cherry l o All.erl K. Duell. I mi.1 , „ , Visits Red Dank, N. J . . every other Wednesday.
tins
ht> anil Ilm uanu; i* lilirel.y propiiiiod, ami
HjKmt part of lnut week with relative!! tln-ennl. l.iill< of Dlvlliiun l.tieet, Keypoi 1 »1
(liviiiiomi, namt iy ; tho Ap]>fiihi IJlviMlim, (In- J,nw whoa.Hutti
HUIII-H.- t to S f. M. At M'OHtollive MHttUltnfl, Hoonm »7-SN.
th«mt,n«Hliall b<wijrr««l l«liy n nmiority of
Division, und OioClianiwry l>lvtfii«n. It ohallcouhorfi. Mrn. William Thorne, who lian Kenlilihiiiit ll.-ach I'linii.any l o Clmili i W a u l
OF NMW JKHIilCY.
cUtrtml to th« H^imt.MUul lltmiio of
ni'il
,,f
ProiiIditiK
.)uHtlco<»f
tho
Appeithi
Division
U
lit Ki-nni.huri.', J l A»-£H.ivl,ly tho BQ <1 nm.-M,hru>nL nhall Imflnu-rnilon
been viHitinpr relatives at Luke Como, JLnnil
wlio nlmll bo ulylcd thtt Chlof .hnitlco, 11 1'wmtinr
Jiilin i i . V . I I I M I I I . I to IVUa•Wclitiuiil
nil.
returned home Friday.
III 11 ItKnoi,VKl> (thy Homio of Amirmbly eon- Juntico of the I,ft\v Divlnii.n who nlmll he ntylml tht'lr joiirimlit. With tint iiym nml nnyti Lulum llioron e a r On- N ™ Vorlt lu.d l.eoic Ilm.ieh u i i h n h |
to tlio l.«.Ki«InUiro next. t<i h«
euuhiK) Thiit. t h e following nnimidmcntfl to tho the IVHidcul .limtii'o, niulu I'l-wildinK Jurttlcu of on. niul mfftrml
l!lIilll t<l f
Miaa May Klwoocl of Perth Amlmy in
IHI:I;II(II,I) • u n v m i m r .
»
'"- *»iro« inonthn prior to
count )tt> lion of thiilHtul" ho ami thtuiiununre hero' the Chaiirfry Oivinlon, who nlmll ho «tyli'<l tho H, "n"'. ".V >"
di
her vacation with Minn Mary ;;niuh A . M o i . r e l o M a i y I I . Lilea... I . a n l o i i l h i
by prop' lied, und when tho imm" nhnll bo i»«n'cil to Chiun-t-llor, aiuleiKliUuin AnnncifiUiJiifiLicoB, which iier iioxt. In iitlnufiCono nowHpnpor tit finch rounty.
k
if Me <y u id I'nike i Ii
l>y uiiinjmllyof tliomranliero olcutcilto tt>»f!uiin(<i tnunltftr may bo irnrenmid liy law.
mill
tolKidcufihut^l hy tlm 1'rpntilrnt <»f tho Mnm|,.,
Massage-Facial.
nnd llounu of AMiomhly, tho imid nimmdimmln nliiill
Manicure,
K. Tho AppRululilvtulomihnllconniritof IhoChiof
n. Edwnrd .Stfumck nml Mm. Krank
ho «ntorc<l on (lioil- jouninhi, with tlm yeafl mid .Iiintli'o. ruul IIIK other Juiitin'ii (if tho fiupn-ino
Foy t o Do:na J . T . nl
mid J n i
liut'ku twent Friday with Mm. Mary 1 (^..theihie
iiiiyfi thcroon. mid refonril to Ihn I.rijliilntuid noxt. ('oiirt to bo nnxitriM-d by tho <iiivfrnoC AJiuitho
lot, f l .
fCALP TREATMENT AMD SHAMPOOING.
to Im <-hii!i(-n, nnd ixiblliihei) for Ihrro moitt tin ttrlor of Ihn Mupit-mo (!ourt nnni|{t)^d l»y th«» Covornor to
(JriggH of Lineroft.
Willluin I I . Kiniiion
II 1'alrli-liXi-i iilon. l.aii.l
to llio Unit Tiii'udiiy lifter (ho Unit Mouilny u! No- the Ai't'cahi DIVIMIMII uluill neivn in miid IHvltilon
ELECTRICAL TREATMENT.
tfudium VdlilU'Uitt (if Seohey villo in n t l-'rccliulil. $771..
vember noSt, In (it lolint olio li<nvt!liajier «lf clurli until thoemlof hid ti-rin.
» T. Miunbi'rn [>r I I lmmln n lmll r,.,.(,l»t,, nmwnlly
yssUififf nin mother, Mrn. Kdith Vnnfouiity,, l o lio <lel littlilit^l l.y tlm 1'riinloVn t nr Iho ThniriniiluliiK JilHtimitilinlUMiiuitiltEiictl by tho l
f
.1 t o J o h n l l a l v . :• Intii a t
M n r y M. W a
llnr,.. «,t,l num.l.ora of
Full
lino
of
Unit'
(luodn,
including
Jtutrymore
Corom;!.
Brnidn,
ftrtint.'
, Iliri Hin-Jiltoi'o f Hi.- II i.uno <:.f Anam .il.lv •in.l Knpn'jnnOiurl lo thnl.uw or Ctmiuoiy lHvinion, th«(;«n«rnl Ami
M«iml.«,
h i l c h l , JMIi).
il.ly nhnll r ilvo, nniiunlly,* tlm
•n\ii
I
I
y
of
i
Hnt.
(ui I ho hiuiitiomi of tho ('ourt limy ic-iuiro.
ituiii t,t ton liiinchl m l dollurn .lmlnit tho tlm., for
C'luiriM Grey of Nutiiwiiinp in viuiUni;
Mcriy Widow I'ufTii, (ireciim Curln, &c.
1. Htiill:.' out I> n r m [tiiph !1 or nf irllon I.. Artlcld
.'I. Whpn«vi>r ll»t nutnW of vmitwn hnfon- tlm whlr-li (hr-yidmillin ., ],„„ «,| ,,,,
Mr. nnd Mrs. "ChnrU'it Story,
W;(
n m lw l l ( | 0 „
. I I U B WOKK.
IV, anil Inrmil In Him- 0 IheK'i.r tho followinir:
App.'dhi Dtvtaton nh&ll lio rw un&t Hint I ho DIvioiuii uhull hold fh<.!r;,,fl
H.0OSM N o . 'I,
P«»tte»"sot»
Mrn. John Ruld wan on the nick ljut 1 >im iueimrc4! liiil^vulo my onllm tlnm (o nuit{»
;i. leiIM't ll inn fo r illernlicra of Iho iien ntfl nndctuuiot. promptly hear and i)oUM'inlno IJi««i, tim cmnlutnoiil, ill :,,ll|ni., u ,,,| „„ ,,t|,«rnHowBnr«*r
nu'iuhly ulii ill l>« Ii.•Idov. iry two yi'iirnoii (iovt-rnor Rhull, wliwi itulliorl/nU hy iitdlutn, t^m- whntrvor. Tli -lly ,.,. l,,.llr,,rlly. form,, , „ , „ „ »
1 Ai
tn^ u p ttwltelieil, ('olni)inirn. Hild nil klndtt of luiir
iani wrfili.
6 O B r o a d St.. R E D B A N K , N . J .
Iho thfiit. T lictnlfiy mfliir tlm litnt Mo ntlay In Novi'in- tioinrlly lumlKM livo of tliu ,lim( in-n nf tho ol lu>
Work. Addienn, 1!1) Wftot Front MtriMit, or Btiiul tno
C.n.nal An.innl,l, nhnll. I,, »|,. h
Mr. nml Mm. Jam<'« Kinir, .Ir., Mr. V...I.I
ln>r. I n•«ln nlnu i4IUIO llolllln 1 nntlioili.u Il.l lllllO l)|y|»|.m» to nit hi tlm Appals. Divbilou, wlllcii of i)i».jr,,f]i,.<v(1
nml will call mion yen. Mlna 1. llraiul. Kill
lv«llltIl
H
IIUI.IK ilm.
Uttd Mrn. Samuel King and chiWren and Ilnnk.
ovi-ry i'.»
nlmlMhorniitoiudthi two ]>lvifllonnf»r tlxihtiai Iii|{ wiun! lipyiui (hli-.l. .i,rT llitilrulldwniit
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every
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MEN'S 86 5
S $i2 and Si3.50" SUITS
BENEFIT. SALE PRICE
00 SUITS
BENEFIT SALE PRICE
BENEFIT SALE PRICE
'Q
MEN'S «7.5O SUITS
o
MEN'S S15 and $16 50 SUITS
MEN'S $25oOQ SUITS
BENEFIT SALE. PRICE
BENEFIT SALE PRICE
MEN'S $10.00 SUITS
MEN'S .$18.00 SUITS
MEN'S $28, $30 & $35 SUITS
BENEFIT SALE PRICE
BENEFIT SALE PRICE
BENEFIT SALE PRICE •
BENEFIT SALE PRICE ,
o
UITS
Boys' $2.00 Suits, now
"
2.50 Suits, now
"
3.00 Suits, now
"
4.00 Suits, now
"
5.00 Suits, now
"
6.00 Suits, now
"
7.00 Suits, now
"
8.00 Suits, now
" 10.00 Suits, now
$1.45
1.75
2.00
2.75
3.50
4.25
5.00
5.40
6.90
\ Special Lot of Home and Wizard Shirts
that never sole! for less than 50c. goat *
fine Shirts go at
Shirts goat
•
and $2.50 Shirts go at
74c.
$1.09
$1.33
White and Soft Shirts not included.
Men's |>LO0 Trousers, now
<«
1.50 Trousers, now
2.00 Trousers, now
2.50 Trousers, now
M
3.00 Trousers, now
4.00 Trousers, now
5.00 Trousers, now
6.00 Trousers, now
7.00 Trousers, now
77c.
- $1.11
1.45
- 1.75
2.00
- 2.75
3.50
- 4.00
4.75
Is.
Every man's, boy's and child's Straw
Hat in the house goes at Half Price.
Every Genuine Panama Hat in the
house g6es at $3.00
25c. Wash Four-in-Hands go at
5c
15c. Men's Fancy Handkerchiefs go at
25c. Wash Knee Pants go at
7c
19C
15c. Silk Bows go at
4C
Canvas Gloves go at a pair
5C
^5c Hoys' Blouses go at
19C
15c. Boys' Stockings go at a pair
Its
50c Boys' Blouses go at
38C
50c. Canvas Mats go at
19c
50c. President Suspenders go at
33C
Porous Knit Shirts and Drawers, extensively
advertised at 50c,
Our Price, 33c.
Men's Sleeveless Mesh Shirts & Knee Drawers
go at 21c. each.
o
During this sale m Special Sale Goods Will Be Charged, None Sent on Approvaland
r ..
\S,l
THE
ORE,
BANK.
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•
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GEORGE MANGOLI)
DEAD.
DIED O f BJUGHT'S
DISEASE.
FOR BALE.
Thoroughbred Jersey cow with rail for sale.
Apply.to William Nautrhton, Eaat Oceanic, N. J .
NOTICE.
Home .wanted for a Scotch collie, one year old ;
worth #50. Will sell fox $10; pedigree. Charles
I , Hitter, Monmouth nnd West streets, Red Bank,
Touring Car For Sale.
FEBRUARY 4.
4H James Enright, premium on
S-5,000 Insurance on eehool
No. 1
62 50
FEBRUAIty 14
40 James Enri^ht. Incidentals
BchoolNo. 1..:
2 78
50 L. ii. VauNest. Incidentala
school No. 1
ti CO
51 J . ninth maim, incidentals
school No. 2
1 15
52 HenrincUson & Applcgate,
locideatals schools Kos i
aud 2
17 09
53 L. E . Browa, coal aud
wood both schools.........
39 95
54 8. J . Bruce, carting and
freight on supplies
80
55 Cook & Onkley, Tepalre to
furnace, both schools
187 19
FEBRUARY 27.
5G It. Murphy, janitor school
No. 1
41 67
57 G. Stevens, janitor school
No. ti
16 00 $427 73
MARCH 30. "
58 R. Murphy, janitor school
No. 1
41 67
59 Q. Stevens, janitor school
No. 2
15 00
850 67
APRIL 7.
00 D. W. Bedford, tuition of 5
pupileatgls.OO
75 00
til J . L . Hammett, supplies
both schools,
20 95
02 0 . H . Cook, printii'gDotice
and tickets.,
5 75
ij-i H. Voorhees, cleaning well
75
school No. 2.
',
APRIL 29.
154 R. Murphy, janitor BCIIDOI
41 07
No. 1
U5 a . Stevens, jan'tor school
15 00
No. a.. 1-..*
$105 13
MAY 7.
GO H. Ost«ndorf, repairing
piano..'
MAY 29.
07 R. Murphy, janitor school
No. 1
41 67
03 tt. S't'veus, janitor school
N o . 2. • • •
15 00
—
$03 67
JUNE 11.
09 W. H . Mahoney,-installing
two electric liels
20 35
'
70 W. A. Sweeney, printing
notice of election
5 00
71 L. E. Brown, coal for
1C 40
East Oceanic ..
72 W. H. Pearsall, repairs to
tlappole
17 »
• , ..
73 H. Ostendorf, tuning piano
2 50
school No. 1
74 Jiia. Enright, Jr., incidena 00
tals... .'
JUNE 27.
75 Shrewsbury Board of Education,tuition for 13pupils 258 25
70 It. Murphy, janitor school
No. 1
: 41 07
77 CT. Stevens, janitor school
15 00
No. 2
—
$363 18
M. White
Passes Away
ai tit eOCK. Bdiler and E'reprlrlor He Was an Old Hotel Man at Long I Benjamin
Fine large prominent American make,
A L«iN«HTMBET. .4»»islanl Editor
Branch.
After a Long Sickit'esi.
POTATO IHGGEKS.
28-32-H. P., 4-cy]inder, expensively
Tlie
Reuther
&.
Ilallock
O.
K.
elevator
potato
BAND
WANTED.
George Mangold of Long Branch (lied ' Benjamin M. "White of Borden street
equipped, newly done over and in firstFirtst-cluats bund wanted for September 4th, 6th
~9SIM>iVStI'TlVX PttlVE: '
suddenly yesterday at his home. He i died yesterday afternoon of Bright's [lifc:trer for rale by C. H. Hurley, Shrewsbury, N. J . and
7th, from 10 A . M. to & I*, M. Monmouth class running order. Will be sold at :
County Agricultural Fair Association, Red Bank. fraction of coat. Inspectable. J. B.
Js
•••Si-W jw a a a b o u t as usual during the morning ; disease. He had been in failing health
6 I B L WASTED.
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and after walking around his garden the past five years and had been an in- Girl wanted for Keneral housework. Apply to
Rue's garage, Ked Bank.
BOYS WANTED.
returned t o the house and fell uncon- valid two years. Mr. White was 58Mrs. G. H. Lewia, '£ Kivertnde avenue, Ked Bank.
Six good briKht boys wanted to distribute cirscious.
He
died
a
few
minutes
later,
years
old
and
was
a
son
of
Susan
and
WEDNESDAY. JULY 29, 1908. his death being caused by heart disease. William White of Shrewsbury. In 1883
cuiare. Call Wednesday evening or Thuri>day
HARVEST HOME.
Choice Squabs, " Extras."
The old Tennent harvest home will be held on morning al 7:30 a t E. M. Cleveland's^ Branch aveMr. Mangold was born in Wurternberg, he went to New York, where he worked Wednesday, Auirust 12th, 1908. If stormy, next nue and Center street. Red Bank.
TOWN TALK.
niitht.
Germany, 68 years ago. He came to 25 years as a coachman. He moved to , _
•
TUTORING.
50 cents each, Young Indian Runner
~Z,
this country forty years ago and settled Red Bank t w o y e a r s a g o . M r . White I
Senior of Princeton university desires cupils ducks 50 cents each. Royal Farms,
(Continued from pane i.)
at Long Branch, where he had lived ever j leaves a wife and two sisters, Mi's.
during
summer
vacation.
Prep,
school
subjects
unthreahed. in the atraw, for sale. Apply
Last Sunday, among the passengers since. For several years he followed Sarah Wolcott of Red Bank and Mrs.toOutu,
nd college entrance requirements. Circular. Little Silver, N. J. Tel. 2-r.
George Allen, W. A. Hopping farm. Chupel
W. G. Hildebrant, West End, N. J.
who came to Ked Bank from New York the painter's trade and kitor bought the I Maria Murphy of Long Branch. The Hill, N. J .
on the steamboats, were a man and his old Sans Souci hotel and conducted a j funeral will be held a t half-past two
WOMAN WANTED.
LOST
h l on ' o'clock
' l k at
t th
d
ft
wife and their seven-year-old child, j place now know ass the Trenton hotel
the h
house S
Sunday
afternoon
A woman wanted to care for an elderly lntly in
July 2oth, on Broad street, a Kold cuff pin. Red Bank. One who would appreciate a jjood
They
had
leav"•"
' • - "a
- lunch
'
'• basket,
*-—'--' and
--•after
^- >
•
Broadway.
liroadway. He was an honur.ary
h n . ymum- and the burial will be a t Little Silver. Finder
wjll please return same to 2H Broadstreet, home. Address, atatintr experience and wages
ing the boat they walked through the ber of the New Era association. Mr.
PRICE. $ 2 O . O O .
Ked Bank.
expected. Home. Box 197, Red Bank.
town streets. They asked several per- Mangold leaves a widow.
Recovering His Bight.
Also 400 to 600 ft. of J-inch maple
sons where they could go to eat their
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR.
COLLIE PUPPIES FOR SALE.
Harry Davis, son of Lewis Davis of
Jnneh, and in eaclvcase they were told
Before wiring for electric lights, bells or tele- flooring.
Beautifully marked thoroughbred pedigreed
that there was no place in the town Former Red B a n k e r Tries Suicide. Long Branch, went to a New York collie puppies for sale. Mm. Squires, Water Witch, ilione, pret our figures and you will Gave money,
H. ti. SUPP. Red Ban!:, M. J.
latisfaction Kunrunteed,, Reference, any business
Frank Carson of Asbury Park, aged j hospital three weeks ago to be treated IlilrtilaiidB, N. J.
provided for any such purpose. They
nan in Red Bank. John Wtaver r 85 Borden
wandered around town for a time, look- 24 years, tried to kill himself last I for a blood disorder, which made him
street.
Red
Brink.
WANTED.
ing for some place where they might Thursday night at that place by shoot-! almost blind. He has nearly recovered,
Girl for [feneral housework ; must !><• a KOcxl
GO TO VOORHEES'S
flit down, and finally they began eating ing himself through the breast and also ,
laundress ami ui.oi pluin cook. Call al lilt. Broad
to get your black smith inu and carriage work done.
atri^t, Utd Bunk.
their lunch a s they walked along the by taking poison. He is slowly recover-1
School Board Organized.
Jobbing
promptly
turned out. You will find Voorstreet. While they were thus eating ing
ing and his chances for recovery
y are j
liees in the George Hance Patterson building on
Lung Branch board of eduMONEY TO LOAN.
d Mr.
M uaiBoii
C
fformer
r
' The'West
Monmouth street. Twenty-two years' experience
was
and walking they were invited on the very
VL'iy good.
liootl.
ivii. Carson
wan a
<i iuiii,i.i
,
-.' , ,
,
.
,
,
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We oflfer for salfiJJie residueof our stock
r
Imv h
Visiviun
R d fi-mU
B k b
i
llivpd
i d ffor three '•• Cation has organized DV electing Kobei t I Money to loan in sums to BUit borrowers on first in carriage work.
porch of one of the residents of Ked TJ.iJ
as follows, every carnage in the lot a wonKed Bank boy, having n v e a l o r i n r c t .
w
;n;™ u
1*;,io,,f
William
H. **„,,;,,
Morris I bond nnd moitirauc A. L. ivins. KEUISTBK Imildderful bargain. I t labour opportunity, as
Bank, where they remained until it was years with Charles A McClaskey of ' W. Reid Tpresident,
EGAT^'S FURNITURE VANS. „
oiir repository cloata tlife week.
time for the first boat to return to New Shrewsbury avenue. A love affair and vice president and M. V. Poole district
Before you have your ba^Eaj?e or furniture
MOMEY TO LOAN.
SURRIE&,
York. It is pretty safe to say that it his financial troubles at the Sea Girt clerk.
moved to city or country get my figures. All kinds
The Land and Loan company have money to of light nnd heavy trucking done a t tshort notice.
A new extension-tap surrey, leather top,
will be a long time before thisparticular camp a few weeks age are given as the
loan in all amounts. Address R. S. Merritt, mana- Call or address J. T. Egan, 11 Wall utreet. Red
Bteel tires, cut under, good family carriage
Died a t D a u g h t e r ' s H o m e .
family makes another trip to Red Bank. causes for his attempt at suicide.
ger, Ked Bunk, N. J .
Bank. Telephone 12-1-J.
for winter or summer, was $175, now
5122.50. A Becond-hflnd canopy-top surrey,
Stephen Tyson died Wednesday at
* * •
Household Furniture For Sale
Babcoclt, rubber tires, newly painted and
the
home
of
his
daughter,
Mrs.
John
TO
THE
HIGHLANDS.
Ushers' Union Outing.
re-fitted, suitable for family use or hacking,
Red Bank ought to have some place
198 Stout street, Ked Bank. Entire contents of
The launch Wanderer, Captain Charles Bennett,
White of Hamilton. He was 56 years at
was $175, now $90.
large house at private Bale. Can be Keen every will leave Rue's dock tonight and tomorrow night
where strangers and visitors can feel
The Baptist ushers' union will go to old.
afternoon next week.
-.;
for the akatini? events at the Highlands at 7:30
that they have a right to remain with- Sandy Hook tomorrow on its first anRUNABOUT.
o'clock, returning leave the Highlands a t 11:30.
out beine considered intruders. There nual outing. The trip will be made on
A runabout, new, with cushion tires,
~
"or round trii H cents.
Tickets
fo;
FOR RENT.
Ode.
arched axles, was $115, now $C5.
is probably not another town or borough Benjamin S. Payne's Yankee Boy. A
A deairable coal yard and office to lease at HazFOR SALE.
Concord, Masa., let station, N. J. For terms apply to Mrs. Walter
in the county where some provision is ball game will be played on the sand at \ tsung in the town i,:.ii, c
MINIATURE VICTORIA.
For want of use I will sell at private sale three
July
T. HoiT, Hazlet, N. J.
not made for the comfort of visitors to Spermaceti cove, and there will he other j
A beautiful miniature Victoria, complete
*• '"•"••I
horses,
two
surreya,
two runabouts, English trap
with
hard-rubber tires, pole,,Bplinter bar
the place. There is certainly not an- enjoyable features. The committee in
k II, tenderly the haughty day
wagon, one phaeton, eight seta single harness and
and Rhafts, all the usual appointments, inLAUNCH FOR SALE.
Filla his blue urn with fire;
other town the Bize of Red Bank in the charge of the outing is composed of ;
one double set of Hilver-mounted harnesB. Apply
1
cluding cushions for the feet, rubber cov16-foot launch, new. V/j-horse power. Palmer to John WyckofF, Oceanic, N. J .
One
morn
ia
In
the
mighty
. state where such thorough indifference Herbert Murdock, Bertram Birch, Walerings for seats and lamps, aperture for
motor. Price $135. D. Riddle, care J. B. Rue'a
hoavon
carriage clock, extraaeatfor children. &c:
boat works. Red Bank.
to the comfort and convenience of; ter Davis and Frank N. Worth. The
And ono in our desire.
all fresh from the factory last year, was
HORSE
FOR
SALE.
strangers is shown. There is absolutely i committee will provide soft drinks and
S550, now $400.
MOTOR
CYCLE
FOR
SALE.
Bay
pacer
about
15.2
hands,
went
a
mile
a^ElkThe cannon booms from town to town;
no care, no thought and no considera- watermelons, but the lunches must be
Indian motor cycle for sale, in ifood condition. wood last summer in 2:25 j sound, kind and gentle;
HALF GLASS DEPOT WAGON
Our pulses beat not leas;
tion accorded them. Visitors to Red taken by those who KO on the trip.
For further information apply to Albert L. Ivins, can be driven single or double by lady or gentleA half glass depot wagon, portable
The Joy, foella chime their tidings down, REGISTER building-. Red Bank.
man. For further particulars inquire at hance's
Bank, unless they are acquainted with
front, steel tires, all new and in elegant
feed store, Red Bank, between 7:00 A. u. and G:00
Which children's voices bless/
residents here, Jmust rely on storekeepshape, was $376, now $250.
p. M.
Ball Games.
SAND FOR SALE.
ers for the moat ordinary accommodaFor he that flung the broad blue fold
HUNTING CART.
Building sand and concrete material for Bale
tions; and on Sundays, when the stores
SHREWSBURY INN, OCEANIC.
O'ermantling Innd and sea
Last Friday afternoon the Orioles
Sand guaranteed clean and sharp. Apply to AmA second-hand hunting cart with rubber
Wagonette leaves the inn, also corner WashingOne-third part of the sky unrolled
are closed, the plight of women and played a game of ball at Fort Hancock
brose Matthews & Co., Red Bank.
tires, all in perfect condition, was $110,
ton and Front streets. Oceanic, daily for SeaFor tho banner of the free.
now $45.
children who come to Red Bank on the with the team of that place and were de- j
bright, Sandy Hook boat trains, QB follows : 6:40,
FERTILIZER WORKS OPEN.
boats and trolley cars is oftentimes feated by the score or G to 1. On Stiii- '
7:40 A. M., nnd 2:00 p. M. Returning calling a t
J WAGON POLES, STOVE, ETC.
The
men
are
ripe
of
Saxon
kind
Ritzau'B
fertilizer
works
at
Swimming
River
1B
day afternoon on the Red Bank grounds ,
Seabright at 5:11 and fi:ll p:'M-, meeting afternoon
Berioua.
AI50 for sale two surrey poles and one
now ready t o receive horses. All the year round. boat trains from New York. Round trip fare
To hujld an equn] state,
the Orioles suffered another defeat, this
farm wagon pole at $1.50 each, good stove,
• ••
Herman Ritzau. Telephone 12D-J.
To take the statute from the mind
tickets, 30 centB, at ofiico of the inn.
$7.50, wagon seat, 4 wagon covers for $1,
Total
$4,409 10
tim'e
at
the
hands
of
the
Portaupeck
And,make of duty fate.
It has become imperative that the
quarter blanket for SI, good lamp 50c, tie
HORSE AND WAGON FOR SALE.
weight 75c., leather punch C0c, some hartown shall have some place for the ac- team. The score in this gume was 5 to United States, tho ages plead—
ZS1
Sound horse, eipht years old, fulltfuarantee, and
ness hooks at 5c. each.
commodation of visitors and strangers, 3.
a rubber-tire depot Matron, pole and shafts. Ap
Present find past is undersongThe Fair Haven baseball team deno matter how small that place may be.
ply to Albert Hurdle, Locust, N. J .
Teachers' Salaries.
Go put your croed into your deed
BIRDSALL & SON,
Preferably this place should be along the feated the Oceanport nine on Sunday
Nor Bpciik with double tongue.
'.My Cider Mill at TinFrom Sept. 9,1907, to Oet. 4, 1807.
by
a
score
of
.6
to
2.
This
game
was
SPECIAL
BARGAIN.
river, since the river is Red Bank's
RED BANK, N. J .
Order No.
Cow and calf for sale cheap. Price $15, withou
For sea and land don't understand,
greatest attraction. The river front, played at Fair Haven.
ton Fjills will be open
Onus E Deilz
1 ,811000
cnif, §;t£>. Must be (sold at oneo. Address Georg
Nor Hkh's without a frown
• However, is owned by private parties,
~ CO 00
OOOOOOOOOCGOOQOOOGOQOOOOOO Itessie ,V Kuliii
See rights lor which the one hand DoreEdt, Maxim, Fm-minKdale, N. J.
to receive apples on
Uneliel Ii llerKer
3
.'.0 00
most of whom are not inclined to sell
Child Visitor Seriously Sick.
•ilKlllH
55 00
Kilna H'rawr
HORSE FOR SALE, A
and whose property could oply be tatccn
50 00
KreJiTiliu II JllelielfeliliT...
I'y thu other cloven down.
Mr. and Mrs. Metcalf and infant child
and after August is't,
A prood heavy work horse for sale. Guaranteed
by the town through condemnation proti
37 60
AnliicS Hold™
kind and true. Also some geese for sale
53 E0
Illanelii'
I,
Wintersteia
7
ceedings. There is but one small lot of New York came to Red Bank yesterBo Just'at home; then write your scroll sound,
190S.
OK THE
Augustus Morris, Tin ton Falty, N. J .
5'> 50
Elizabeth B Ilalrmiple
S
Of hunnr o'er tho Boa
which is available for this purpose and day to spend several days with Mr. ^aiid
S4C7 50
Mrs.
Herman
Hillmen
of
Borden
street.
And
bid
the
broad
Atlantic
roll
which is said to be in the market. This
HOUSEKEEPER
WANTED.
,DlSTRICr
CLERK
From Oct. i, l!>07, to Nbv •J, 1007.
A furry of tho free.
CAPT. D. A. WALLING.
is the property of Mrs. Henry S. White, On their way here the child was taken
Housekeeper wanted in small family. Gooi
ilOOO
sick
and
on
their
arrival
Dr.
B.
H.
GarChnsEDeltz
home. Apply to Forman O. Parker, near New
OF THE
adjoining the steamboat dock property
CO 00
Bessie A Kill]
And henceforth thcro shall be no chain man Spring's. P. O. address, Red Bank.
SO 00
on the west side, formerly owned by rison ordered the family to return home, > Save underneath tlio sea.
HiiebelF. Heritor
as the child was in a very serious con55 00
F.drui
Krnzer
The wires shall murmur through the
GOOD GRAVEL.
•v-Capt. Thomas P. Brown. Besides hav- dition, with slight chances of recovery.
50 00
FreiieiikiiirMithelMder...
main
If you want good roads UKO Hopping g-rayel.
ing* a narrow strip of river frontage
50 00
AlinieS Holden
Delivered
in
carload
lota
at
any
railroad
point,
Sweet
soniT3
(if
liberty.
3-.'50
Uliirehe
I,
WiiitfisleiLi
thia property has also a frontage on
fohn T. Hopping, New Monmouth, N. J.
Elizabeth B I-Hdi-yjnple
52 50
Church to be Improved.
, Wharf avenue, and is thus doubly availTho conscious stars accord above,
S4PO00
able.
LOST.
Tho waters wild below.
The New Monmouth Baptist church
From Nov. 1. 1W7, to Nov. 59, 1807.
Lost yesterday, either on Broad or Front street,
will be cleaned thia week and a new And under, thruugli tho cable wove,
ClinsE licit/.
17 11000
Kolii se;il with initials *'A. de G." Finder will be
Bessie A Kllln
18 130 011 .
If this property can be secured by the carpet which was recently bought by j llor llery errands go.
rewarded by returning to REGISTER oilice.
RacM E lici'KiT
19 50 00
The Cider Works of D. C. Wall-!
• town, it ought to bo purchased by the the Christian Endeavor society will be
For ho that worketh hi^h nnd wise,
EdnaKrazer
-JO 55 00
Expenditures.
commissioners at once. Under the put down. The women of the church
ing,
situated
at
NUT
SWAMP,'
Frekerlkall
Mielulfelder....
SI 5000
HARNESS
FOR
SALE.
Nor
pauses
In
his
plan,
11107.
AnnieS Holilen
i.*.' 50 00
borough law this can readily be done. will holda lawn festival a t H . J.1 Frost's
One set of lightdouble harness with collars, ?
"Will take the sun out of the skies
N. J., will be open to receive apples
lllanelie L Winterstein
21 5i5O
one set of heavy single harness with collar,
Kre freedom out of man.
• The property, when purchased, ought next month. About fifty persons went
Elizabeth B Dalryniple
si 52 50
John B. Grover, ^20 lrvinjr place, Red Bunk,
to be thrown open to the public at once. on the annual church excursion to
on and after August ist, 190S.
1 fiobert Muriijiy. 2 mouths'
$-180 00
salary as janitor
ihelter, with seats and tables, should Keansburg lust Thursday.
From
Xov.
-".I.
l!10r,
to
Dee. 27. 1W8.
WHEELS
RE-TIRED.
I
will
pay
10
cents
per
bushel
Hymn
to
the
Virgin.
2
U.
Stevens,
J
months'
salbe efected, and other accommodations
Clins A I).-it/.
Go-cart and baby carriage wheels re-tired at
110 00
ary aa janitor
55 00
Bessie A Kill I n
A VE Maria, mnldon mill],
ihort notice at tho Grand Kiipids furniture store, 5 for apples to farmers who prefer
80 00
furnished. Trees could be set out the
3 J L. Hammett Co., sii[iComplaint Against a Policeman.
Itachel E Berfi-r
Hrond Ktrrot, Hed Bank. J. M. Greenburs.
50 00
-*^- Listen to a niaitlon'.s prayer!
plie
coming fall, and the place converted
SI5 Oil
Kilna KrazL-r
to
sell
for.cash.
•
,'ir. 00
Thou
canat
hear
though
from
the
wild.
-i
V.
0
.
Heath,
text
books...
John H. Carpenter of Fair Haven has
into a little park, which would not only
Freilerika Mii-lielfeliler....
oo
COOK WANTED.
r, <ii?m & Co.. text books
31 50
Thou
canst
s;i\X'
ainli]
despair.
sent
a
complaint
to
the
township
comAnnieSHolih'ii
.afford accommodations to visitors and
00
<i M'lcnjilhin t:o., text bodlts.
3 10
White vr colored; must uniterstand her busiSafe may we .sleep beneath thy care.
Blanche L Winter^teili
63 50
V
Silver,
llurileir,
text
banks
I'7
strangers, but which would be a beauty mittee against Policeman Harvey M.
ness.
Apply
to
Tetley
&
Son's
newspaper
and
Though banlslu-il, outcast nnd reviled. stationery store, 7-a Iiroud street, Ked Ifniik,
Kiizuht'tli B iJalrylnple . . .
5'.' 50
b L. E.Brown, eoal 1'or two
spot in the town, and would bo available Little, Jr., of that place, for failure to! MnliU'ii. hear a maiden's prayer!
schools
539 30
to the residents of Ked Bank as a rest- be on duty. Mr. Little's daughter has j Mother, hear a suppliant ehilil!
0 W. I I . PearsalT repairs
i Dec. ;'7, 1!07, to Jan. '41, l'J04.
CHAUFFEUR.
been very sick and this is given as a.:
ing place.
Ave Maria!
selioolNo. 1 . . . .
171 i'J
Good mechanic, does own repnirs, careful driver,
. :n 11000
10
A.
I,.
Drill,
paintiilf,sclwol
reason for his absence from his post. |
Bessie
A
Kuhn
wishes ponition ; private family. Good references.
:«
to oo
No. 2
01 R3
VE Maria, uncloiilotl,
The matter will be taken up by the j
Rachel E lleiver
Address Box 08, H. F. D. No. 1, Kciyport, N. J .
. .15
50 00
11 F. Ilower, mason work
Richard V. Lindabury of Elizabeth, township committee next week.
The illnty cinieh we now must sharo
Edna F r u z e r —
;
;«i
M oo
school
^
o
.
J
«)
50
FreJerlkii Miclielfelcler .
^Ous-oi the very prominent Democratic
Shall seem with down of eider piled
. :17
50 00
FOR SALE.
12 W. H Uruee, repairs school
AnnieS ll.i'ih'U
If thy protection hover there.
lawyers of the state, who has many
. 3S
50 Oi)
Xo :!....
13 3 1
Orient b\ict;bo;ird for aulv, in runninft order.
Blanche I, W i n t e M e i n . .
Tho murky cavern's heavy air
. SI
5'-'50
l;^ .H. Murphy, eleauin^school
corporation clients, has announced that
I'riee $75. Al.-so two Wither bee iKnitors, No. {iC,
Loow Property Sold.
Elizilbi-th 11 Dalrymiile
40
Shall
hreatlie
of
balm
if
tliou
hast
53 50
No.
1
'.'0
00
$10
eat-li.
Address
Owner,
Iiox
107,
lied
Bank.
he cannot support Bryan and that he
George S. liigraham, who recently(
14 G. y.eveiis eleauinR school
$480 00
smiled.
will vote for Tuft. Frank Bergen, an- bought the Ilance farm east of Ked |
N'a.-2
C 50
From .Ian. ?t, HtOS, t o Ftib . 21, 1908.
Then,
maiden,
hear
a
maiden's
prayer!
1
WHEN READY
1." J . E. Boj;le, telegram und
. 41 110 00
other Democratic lawyer, who is pm-Hunk, has bought a tract of the Loew j Mother, list a suppliant child!
Chas E Deity.
to screen your home call and see Ira N. Voorhees,
Telephone
81
. 43
110 00
Bessie \ Kiihn
ployedby the Public Service corporation, property, which adjoins the Ilance
Mechanic street. Red Bank, who will put in your
•
Ave Maria!
. 43
60 00
ItnehelE l!er B er
SEPTEMBER 30,
door uinl window screens nt a reasonable price.
"which controls the trolley r<);uls, gas farm. The piece bought contains about
Edna Frazt'r
. 44
55 00
10
R.
Murphy,
one
month's
VE
Maria;
stainless
styled,
. works and other public utilities of North •1$ acres and Mr. Ingruham paid $-1,000
Krederlka Michelfclder
.45
50 00
salary as janitor
•11 07
HORSE FOR SALE.
Foul demons of the earth and air.
A n a l e S llold.iai
, 40
50 00
Jersey, has made a similar declaration. for it. Mr. Ingraham expects to lay
17 G, Stevens, one month's
Aa I have purchased an automobile I will sell
Blanch" L Wiuterstein
From this their wonted haunt exiled,
. 47
t,i 50 • •
So has one of the congressmen of New out the entire property in lots in a year
salary
as
janitor
15
00
my horse at n sacrifice. Good for farmordelivery
Elizabeth It Dalrynirjle.
48
53 50
Shall
flee
beforo
thy
presence
fair..
work. E. L. Haiifht, G2 Broad street. Red Bank.
Jersev, who has similar business lean- or so.
81,3K5 !
$480 00
We bow us to our lot of care,
OCTOBER S.
From Feb. 21, 10OS, t o JIareh SO, 1008.
Beneath thy guidance reconciled.
1 "
NOT AFRAID
18
A.
L
Ivins.
81.COO
insurHear
for
a
innid
a
maiden's
prayer
Ileitz
40 11000
of
auto
or
trolley,
must
be
sold
this
week,
fine
bny
Address to Mechanics.
ance on E. 0 . school
Uessie A Kllini
50 C000
And for n father hear a child!
mare, safe for lady to drive. Price $45. Cash or
These men are all men of prominence
Rachel E Ilerger
51 50 00
OCTOBER 11.
Avo Maria!
tfood note. Address Luna Oil Agent, Highlands,
and influence. Mr. Lindabury is par- j Rev. J. Morgan Read of Ciunden adEdna Frazer
53 5500'
N
.
J
.
19
S.
J
.
Unite
frelfi-ht
nnd
Frednrika Mielielfelder
S3 5000
ticularly a man of influence. In taking dressed the He'd Bank Junior American
15 27
caitnge-on desk*
AnnieSHOIdcn
r>4 6000
WAITKESS WANTED.
20 6. J . llruce, fnl<ht and
this action he is only doing what he has Mechanics Monday night. Mr. Read is
POSITION WANTED.
DlauctiK
L
Wintereteln
55
53 50
a
high
official
of
the
lodge
and
spoke
on
11
83
suppliea
Experienced younir ladydouircs position ns etendone in the past. He opposed Bryan in
Apply at Ulobe hotel, Ked Bank.
Elizabeth B Dalrymple
M S3 50
21 John I I . C o A . stationery
OKrapher and of lice assistant- Can opera tea witcli' 1898 and in 1900. In 11104 he supported, the
. benefits
, of
. the. order.
, . After the, ad19
75
84 60 00
and
printing..
MONEY
TO
LOAN.
hoard. References. AddreB3 C. E., ilax l'J7. Fted
Alton B. Parker, whom politicians will ( l r 0 S 9 refreshments of ice cream, cake,
From March 20, 1908, to April 17, 1D08.
OCTOBER SI.
Iinnlt.
Money to loan. S. C. Cowart, Freehold. N. J.
• remember a s the Democratic candidate orangeade, sandwiches and cigars were
.'hnsEDcltj!
57 110 00
22 It. Murphy, janitor school
BessieAl-uha
5s
41 07
CO(K)
No. I
for President that yenr, and Mr. Linda- served.
CORRUGATED IRON ROOFING
BOARDERS WANTED.
Rachel E Berber
E9
50 00
23 O.
for Hale. All fii/.eti. Cook & Oakley. Red Bnnlt.
bury that year WBB chairman of the state
Marion cottfure open all tho year for accommoNo Stevena. janitor school
Hdna Frazor
r>0
I t 00
55 00
dation
of
permanent
and
tranuientlfueals.
Terms,
Mow
Gas
Fixture
Firm.
24 Hessie Allen.
Democratic committee.
substitute
Frralerlka Mlchelfnlder
lit
60 00
FOR SA3LE.
$1 per day. Wortldey and Marion aliceta, Ketl
teaelu T 2 days
AnnleB Holden
C2
5 00
50 00
i,
* *•
Stanley A. Byram and Howard Colo
One billy (rout for watron. Aliio freflh nanny Bank.
C3
63 BO
'/
SMffl ! Blanche L Wlntorsteiu
Elizalmth B llalryuiplo
C4
53 51
In 1890 and 1000 the Democrats had have formed a partnership in the gasBoat. 19 llnnk otreet. Red liank.
NOVEMBER 14
FOR SALE.
$460 00
very little money. Their total cam- fixture business. The oflice of the con25 H . IJirdrtall, premium on
,.
KED BANK DAIRY.
Faateat Binull knockabout on tho river : liffht
F r o m April 17, 1908, t o M a y 15, 1908.
811,000 insurance
paign fund was not much over half a cern in at Mr. COIO'H printing office on
112 f.u
cedar Ruiihton nacidiin^ c:uioe anil two very litrht
orenin
nml
pure
milk
delivered
dnily.
l
20 Hinds. Nolilo & Eklridue
Chan E
ED
Dolt
l z
05
lit) 00
nnd fuat lowboats for Rale. Addrcaa l(ox 12:1. Ked
million dollars, while in 18'JG the Repub- Monmouth street. Thi i r m will (!c«l j Ch™]e» A. MeCluakuy; Hed UunV.
text books No. 1
.,
Henal« A Kulin
(M
10 00
00 00
Banli.
licans had over ten million dollars and in triis fixtures of all kinds nnd will also !
27 ,1. a . ThroclanorUinJroiL'lit
l l n c h e l E Hot-tier
(17
50 00
1
do,piping
for
gas
and
similar
work.
on
fiupnlleH
I'Ainii
I
r
a
z
e
r
yfj
TO L E T .
in 1000 had nearly as much. The Dem65 00
4 58
BOARD WANXED.
28 I), c . fleath & Co., text
FreKlerlka H i e h e l f o l d e r
09
I'art nf utore occuiiitil by UM, a t 02 Bronil street,
50 00
ocrats had so little money in 189l> and
Board for threo iiiUiltn in lieil Hank r nnybooks for No. 1
AnnioH
Holden
70
Red llnnk. !•:. L. Iluii;ht lOk-ctric Co.
50 00
22 00
where
near
Shrewsbury
river.
State
ter
JWO that the national committee could
nm
and
29
American
lloolt
Co.,
text
Baluu Stables Moved.
Illnnnho LWInicrntein
71
53 60
,yi
Darticularti.
Address
W-,
}M
Iteriren
atreet.
books for No. 1...
not even furnish pictures of the DemoFOR RENT.
Ellwilwth U I)»lryin|ilu
72
IK 00
63 50 tf 1"
Brooklyn.
Howard
Ely
has
moved
lii.s
sale
ami
Ml
Clmrle.i
K.
Jli-rrillCii
text
"rhvee (iiiunre riKinin to rent with board. Cluuniicratic candidates, and these pictures
$480
00
MOST
ALL
MEW
GOODS.
liimkaforNo. 1
' ' 15 44
From May 15,100H. t o J u n o 13. 1008
had to be paid for by local committees exchange Btahlen from the rear of the lin llmiae. ;iri Union ntieet. Hed Hunk.
:il J . I.. Hannnett.&(•„„ text
STEINWAY PIANO.
CIIHH Elieltz
who wanted tho picturon when they Sheridan hotel to the Union hott I stables
I
i
s
f
o
r
N
o
s
.
l«,,il\>..
11O0O
21 42
Wonderful time, fniL-dt t-tiniiitiiin, lute:it Miimre
GRAVEL FOR SALE.
Men's $1.00 tan and
BessieA K11I111
32 II. A. Kettol. set of bookn
00 00
rnro thniK-e for liouiir, hall ur i-huri-li.
gave meptiuKB. In 1904 the Democrats on Wharf avenue, in order to accommoApply to A. O. Mnrionl, James Hubbiml farm, inuke;
Rachel E llei|-eianil nitpber titain|»
,, .
M 00
llnrKiiin for quit-It Imyer. ('all a t \U ltrctor iiluct-.
black Oxfords down to.. $ 2 . 9 5
B IK)
were very fluoli and had almost unlimited date his increasing business. Mr. ElyMlikllelnwn Lowniiiiiii, near Hed liauk.
Edna Fra/.i'r
65 00
Hill
Hank.
NOVKJUIKHSr
Fn-der.ka Mli'lielfeliler
funds, the friends of Parker putting up has also started In the livery business.
60 00
a-'l II. W. Lrai^U-eet e , l r t l , , r
ArmleH Holden
FOR SALE.
Mon'11 and Iioyn' $:t.00
50 (10
numty very liberally.
LAUNCH FOIt SALE CHEAP.
Blanche I, WliitewUilii
mid lrei|;lit on draks
.'
53 50
1
A linil-,
about, iiimto to orde in perfect
a
3-11.
1'..
new
lust
fall,
will
sell
(hi)
limit
with
Anbury
Piu-h
HOUKCH
Ilurnecl.
and
$!!.50
Oxfords
now.
.
2.SO
ElizabeUl
Dnlryiuplo...
• * *
niilili. n
53 60 ,
NIIVKJ1IIKH Sll.
tire
I. It. Udwurdii.
ur without the I'liKine, il!i 1 have two liontn; inily
$480 00
:I4 1L Murpliy, janltur iichonl
Two
hoiiHoii
nt
Anbury
Park
were
dewant
one.
.i.
C
Wnnlen,
17
Wanliinntoll
Htluet,
Now, the point is, that llrynn in l(HK),
Itcil Hank.
Women'u %'A and $3.50
BROILERS.,
41 07
with no money and with these prominent stroyed hy lire Monday afternoon. They
1
:I5
(1.
Kleveim,
jimi|,,r'•I'c'iii'n'/l
Cliiekens and ilui'lui fur brnlliiur anil roiuitiii^
Oxforda at
1.9O
liemocratii oppooinjr him, {jot more voteii adjoined each other on Aslmry avenue 1IL-I-WIHII1 Duett Farm, Ultln Kilver, N. J .
15 IK)
Total Kccciptx.
LOST.
In Now j«rucy r tlian l'nrkcr did in l!)()i, and belonged to l)r. Henjamiu Hacker
Friiiu ("00,00(1 State licliool
A Hold nleeve iiutlon lout between .Senbritrhl and
and
A.
If.
Wilson.
The
total
loss
was
Minat'ii'
and
Cliildron'M
DKfKMIIKR 11.
FOR SALE.
rUlifl
with lot* of inoney and with these
207 Maploaveaui!. .Suilable niwanl will be uiven
r
about if,i,O(H).
!IO Anierlean Hook Co. b.w.kii
Antiime furnitiire and hlutorlefil eliiim for nidi
if rnturnul to llev. It. Mai-Kellar. :'.«! M»i>le aveblack and K''ay eunvaM
rtiiK'Sit/ I>cmocratB >uip|>artiii|r him;
!. W. l'enine. Jlulinili-I Inn. Ilolmdel, N. J.
nue, Ited linnk.
for twow-liiiolH
i' -oni mint! Hi'liiiol Tux
a llli HI
duos not mean Unit. Mr. Limlftlmry
Tien
«Oc. t o l.OO
l''riiiii Itenervn li'inid
'.,.,« \,~
Hi" W. I I . I'ciiriiiill, repaiilaV'
ClrciiB itt Coining.
FURNITURE REPAIRED.
ami those other proniinent Democrat.')
THE SHKEWSnUUY DAIRY.
13 25
I'nini lnl»ri'«t of Huriiliiii
llellool
No.
1
311
Filrniluru of all khulii reimlreil. lteutorinir of
4741
no influence. Such a statement
Milk mill croum n spcclnlty. Served ilully. A.
Kuvenuo
A
•ioanllenlliii'Oo
.desloi
llow<i'nbig London nhowii will exhibit
Woinun whi> run wear 2, 2iJ, 'A,
utitiuuo Itiut rnnhoKany furniliu-o a npeciully.
2111 fi
From Itallroail Tax for'ikiil
nelioolNo. 1
j not be true. 'J'liey huve a f'ruat at lied Hunk Monday, August lOlh. Oniver, Khruwakury. N. J. Toloplumo M7-W.
l!l
i In
Henry tiniilfie, J'ront iitreet. near .Southern rail:ii or 4 AA, A or 1!,
anil 111011
•
A.
I,.llilll,
cilllni;
lloora
9,81801
of influence, lint if, doen show The circuii in an lOnglish nhow, with u
road, Ked Unnk.
1 (K)
H,22; 09
tWiMiehoolii , .
«IKL WANTED.
Ilalaneo in himilii of (loll,.,..
'lit,
that ihfl princijilon anil cnndidnleH menagerie and all tho other accompani•ID WlUinni Men,,,, K riullii'r
<• irl wunted for housework. Apply to Mi!)
ATTMiNTIONt
tin- on Juno .'10, lidr/
2411 00
4,000
Hi
which attract Mr. Lindahm-y and tlieiu; ments of an entertainment under can- Vliht, millinery lilore, Ilrcillll utrcel, Ited Hunk.
MOTOR BOAT I'OR SALE.
Kout llei-unli!
Ilia-elteil from II. , ( . l'nrl'im-'
' iVi
Kiitht-liorno power llulfulo mol.ir for mile chonn.
prominent Democratic lawyrrn van.
Dlnl.rle.tTni
<l ('•• IC. IHelr, l.'le|;ra m
I Oil
io,am oi
If you will conn' noon I'll iicll
A U,'l-fi.ot IMUII, n-renlly owmil by Wlim and MiHOUSE TO RENT.
»_j tsot principles! nnd candidate!! which
Ki'fiin Htntn I.lhraiv.,
lelereneiiioteaelier
10 00
DrnuiiM. will t.n iilven free. Inqulio nt liwln'n
yoir
new
$;!.()(),
!f.:i.(MI
a
m
i
%\M)
Niim-nM'in
iuiime
with
all
iinprovemenlH,
I,
''•I'liiuHlii-iiwuliiii-y'l'iiwiiiiliiii
11175
sal tact the ordinary voteniof tin; utiite.
DUCKHHKIt :«).
r.:>ml Doiight for Hotel Bit».
l»mt houw. |(ed Hindu
Iivimt liiaie, ]{ed Hunk. Iiuiuir(Min prcmincu.
JSO.BfM 40
i'!
It.
Murpliy,
Jin.Hi,r
m-lifinl
41
07
T
i
n
!
a
t
it
prico
o
r
)cf!M
an
/
hnve
Total «>|H>niu'ii
• • M
U.'JM (10
William (iriflin, J r . , of Wiuminntinn,
LOT FOIt HAIili.
4:i ( I . Ill.iumn',"I'a'nlViii'-'ii'e'hi'nVl
too wtttty lututtl oi\cti,
FOIt BALK.
In MI
TMs butiR tin1 mm1, the 1 li-iooi'i-iitn hai> bought a tract, of hind
No. \:
'
cB o n linnd .Innn no, I1KIH
jlenlrnhln IniMim; lot on lleueh iiliiot, TI. Hi
l^W Ml
Million
my
bidiiioni
net,
Ilirmi
1,1'Urlltou iivenue, fur nnle. ,'KKI feot ileep aud a
will look with (M-rcnily at flu- defection Deal lake at Inlcrlnken. Next fall be
.IANIIAIIY 1, IIMDI,
Ailil'i eim MiilioKiiny, Iti-il llmili,
fr'tiitniio of 7r» fent. Apply to or iiiiilrenii lOilvvtitd
Oliildron'M fmit, form Oxford:!,
to build a
hotel on the
•'
i mi'fi. They realize that Mr.
i
•II ItedeemlUK Ilillnlllllt nlul 113
aiilwell, Kverelt.N. J .
'.i iry, whil<' a i»ri"nt man in-tho property.
6 to I0J, :fl.l,0 oncii ill. $1.OO,
Hiimmnry of
IRON KOOFINO AMD MIHNO.
mul InleniKl, lloi-ond NutCumiKnlnl imlvuiilxral Iron, for mifliiff mul (ild>i HI ihf- d a t e , d(KMi not reproicnt
I l l l l
IIORUEH FOR SALE.
nnd lohi moro on tiihli-n.
u. fur nnln liv J . VV. Mount & Itru., Hid lliiuli
pmn
ISssath of SV^oholtl Womass,
J A N I I A I t V nil.
I'einoomcy, tho principli;n which
• f l u , . , tluUOili(!ilH<xl I1..1-1. -I i>f II,n Intn V., leli
M0| OB
I'jtrinly m<* f o r Bn!i\ Alwi waiEomi. IIIIIIH-HFI mti!
It. Miirpliy. Jniillnr iielmol
• (.idi»r l)i'ino<r:itic. It in nlmply
Mrs. <Jeorf.;iumin Andernon, wife of
MAN WANTED.
faruilnic iitemiilii. Kor lmrtii'uinrii imply t o .Tolin
i. ,.< cVavaif" i" the pjirly which in trn Andernon of Freehold, dieil Imit
o innn t(i lui.'dMt in fnrinfr for co
Milrtt. M. O>iiien. Oreiuile. N . J .
•If, ( I . l l l
i"']iiiiit'i'ir"iu'lii',,',i
Add
J]
J]OK )(
)(,.OOr-luile, N. J.
• ', . the pfiipl" of thu country into TiK'.'idny. .She wnii .'IB yearn old and be- Im (rood nilllu-r. Addremi
No.
IIOUHKKEBPEIt WANTJUIK
r It (a i w d ' t o be the hosisl that idew her huiibaml iihe leaven two childturn iv;
1
WIIIE ME
MMiIln nised wunnn wnnt^-il for H ml limiiw-re »«> clnHi'i'f! in AnwricM. Hint
I'lCIIKIIAUY n.
RANK.
Olid I'll wlro for yon. F m l H. Ilrnvvor. «)tfftrlon! ItTOprr; 3 chiUlitn. Wiii|.'« %i | H T VfcnV. I'lnln
•5V A. i). (!(n,|,e
*•»' s W^JS t'^uisi. hut fimt time haM
etml-ri«Uir. 17 Hunt Front Mreol, K«l llanli. Tol. cniiklnir. Apply J . V. Mrliixtli, Hlimwobui v ond
I1,IXW Innui
s M I Kt'hwil
It pnya tondvertifie i
W»«l»l.Ieiivi.nu(i«, itml llanlt.
U-IL
M
"- i
»E
Smell Fire Proof Safe for Sale.
REPORT
Borough of Rumsom
'.CWinfs Cider forks.
D. C. WALLINC. I
From September 9th, 1907, to June
30th, 1908.
f
A
A
Read these Shoe Prices
and stopin.
ite,
at 0h»k,
FEKSONAL.
DEVELOPING AN OCEA1J FRONT.
Mrs. Raymond "White haa returned Big Strip of Belmar's Ocean Front
from a vieit to her mother, Mrs, L. B.
Efeing Improved.
Dunham of California. Mr. and Mrs.
The Land and Loan company of Red
White, who have been spending the
summer with Mr. White's brother, An- Bank recently sold their tract of land
drew White of Gold street, have ac- at Belmar to a real estate company.
cepted positions with William A. Brady's This company is developing the land
theatrical company of New York. The , aud will have an auction sale of lots all
troupe will play its first engagement j next week, beginning Monday afternoon. The sale of lots begins at two
on Monday, August 10th.
o'clock each day.
|
Miss Agnes Earling of Spring street i
The tract was bought by the Land I
is visiting relatives a t Point Pleasant.
company of Red Bank a year
Mr. and Mrs. Schroeder and children | andsoLoan
ago. I t comprised a tract «f land i
of Jereey City are visiting Walter H. or
fronting on the ocean for a distance of
Merritt of Maple avenue.
feet, and running back into the
• Joseph G. Eschelbach of West street 2,300
The realty company which
spent Thursday at New York buying country.
bought
this land has bought eleven
life preservers, a whistle and a bell for acres additional,
and is now negotiating j
hiB launch.
for the purchase of fifty acres more. ;
Miss Beatrice Costello of Leighton
The whole tract is being rapidly de- j
avenue, who is emoloyed by Straus Co., veloped.
Over a hundred men and over
was unable to work part of last^week thirty teams
are employed on the propon account of Bickness.
erty, putting it in condition for building.
Ralph 0 . Willguss of Fifth avenue is Granolithic sidewalks are being built on
visiting relatives a t Englishtown.
all. streets, and curbs of. the same maGeorge R. Truex of Peters place and terial are being constructed. The streets
Walter R. Brockhurat of Wallace street are being graded and twenty thousand
have passed the civil service examina- cubic yards of gravel has been bought
tion for clerk or carrier at the Red Bank to gravel the streets. The property is
postoffice.
principally in the borough of Belmar,
Miss Gertrude Thompson of Monmouth jhough a little of it is in the borough of
street is spending the summer with Spring Lake. The Belmar council has
relatives a t West Creek.
houses are erected.
parents at Toms River last week.
One side of the property borders on I
Walter Voorhees of Newark, form- Lake
Como, anil a bulkhead has been
erly of Red Bank, spent Thursday in built all
along the lake. A boulevard |
town calling on relatives.
is being constructed which will wind I
Mr. and Mra. Herbert H. Davis, who around the lake, thus keeping the lake
were recently married and who have shore front as public property, for the
general use of the public. The lake is
bride's parents a t Hoboken, have gone six to eight feet deep and is well stocked
to Detroit, where they will make their with bass, perch, pickerel and other fish.
home. Mr. Davis is a son of Post- The lake is of fresh water and connects
master 0. E. Davis of Riverside ave- with the ocean with a' flume, which
nue.
allows the water to flow out when it
Mrs. Harry T. Sniffen of River street reaches a certain height in the lake,
but which prevents ocean water from
y
white street
HOWARD COLE.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. VanDeusen and
Grove, and is about two miles from
son of Broad street returned Friday that place. The name was selected
from a ten days' automobile trip through because the property borders on the
New England.
ocean and because • the western end of
Miss A. L. Crawford of Broad street the tract is covered with a fine grove of
is spending a month at Saratoga Springs, Jersey pine trees. Edward Ripley, a
New York.
lumber merchant of Newark, has built
Mrs. Frank C. Byram of Prospect a fine bungalow costing $10,000 on a tract
street is spending a few days with rela- he owns adjoining Ocean Grove Park,
tives at Manasquan.
and it is proposed to use the land of
Mrs. Josephine Arrowsmith and daugh- jthat part of the tract as sites for bun- [
ter Charlotte of Wallace street are visit-1galows, and to form a bungalow colony
THE DAYLIGHT STORE.
ing friends at Belmar.
i
Mr. and Mrs. Walter VanSchoick of I _..is tract is the last large piece of
Perth Amboy, formerly of Red Bank, ! ocean frontage which is not built upon
attended the fair of Independent fire j in all that section. It is doubtful if
AGENCY
AGENCY
company last night.
• I there is as large a tract not built upon
Mrs. Quinn and Mrs. C. Walters of anywhere along the coast in Monmouth
PICTORIAL
PICTORIAL
New York spent Sunday with Mrs. Wal- county. North of the tract are Relmar,
ters's daughter, Mrs. Herman Hillmen Ocean Grove, Asbury Park, Allenhurst,
REVIEW
REVIEW
of Borden street.
i etc., with the shore front almost wholly
George O. Hudson of Des Moines, built up, while on the south are Spring
PATTERNS.
PATTERNS.
Iowa, returned home Thursday after Lake and other shore towns and villages.
spending five weeks with his sister, Mrs. i The lots range in price from $350 to
Elwood Lane of Bank street. He was $10,000 each. At the auction lots will
so well pleased with Red Bank that he be sold in plots of three each, or as
intends to return soon and live here many more as a buyer may care to take.
permanently.
There will be no reservation and all the
' RaymondBoyd, son of Walter E. Boyd lots put up will be sold, no matter what
of McLaren street, who was operated price they bring. The auctioneer will
P. O. Bfix 138
Tel. Call, 61-L
on for appendicitis at the Long Branch : be L. H. Green of New York, who has
One ?Ionlh Free!
hospital a few weeks ago, returned home the reputation of having sold more lots
if you enter now.
William H.
last week. He has nearly recovered at auction than any other five auctionfrom the operation.
A Great Saving
eers in the United States combined.
Successor
to
I!
in Car Fare.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Daly of Brook-! He has taken entire control of the aucDo you know
lyn, who have been spending several tion, and its entire management will be
CHAS. SULLIVAN & CO.
I
that
we have a
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. B. Coyne of in liis hands. The property is about ten
School of Book6
Washington street, returned home minutes' walk from the station and
keeping, Shorthand, TypewritSaturday. Mrs. J . H. Murphy and
Do you want to accumElectrical Contractor |
cars run within a few hundred
ing, Penmanship
family of Brooklyn are now the guests
am) K ng lish,
the western side of the property.
Ocean
Avenue
<
*
"• ulate money? If you
of Mr. and Mrs. Coyne.
; Automobiles will also be used to convey
which ia second
to none as to qualHenry J. Ely and family of Wallace persons from the railroad station to the
SEA BRIGHT
New Jersey f
do, we will. bring our
ity?
street left this morning for Haines Falls, ' property.
Strictly firstN. Y., where they will spend several, One of the features of the sale will
c IUSB individual
bank
to you by mail.
instruction, and
weeks.
be the giving away of a large number
nl 1 up-to-date
Allaire & Son have rented the Hen-of presents. These presents are given
There are nearly fifty years back of
Write for our booklet
methods arcused.
drickson homestead on East Front street; as a method of advertising the sale. Coleman, New Jersey's oldest business
All who have
completed our
to Clarence S. Houghton of New York, Every person attending the sale gets a school. You|run no risks when you se"How 4% Is safely earned"
course are now
who has taken a lease on the property ticket whether he buys a lot or whether lect this school. It is educationally and
holding pood pofor a year.
sitions.
he goes as a mere spectator. Draw- financially sound. More of its students
Let us prepare
Miss Eva Scott of River street is: ings are held every few minutes, and in positions than any other school.
you toearnaKood
spending two weeks with her1.cousins, ithe only proviso attending the drawing Write today for full particulars.
salary.
Misses Bessie and Grace Salter of Bay-; is that the person holding the winning O O L 3H Is/L _A_ 3ST
Come now, and
get ready for a
onne.
' ticket must be in the assemblage when
BUSINESS COLLEGE.
p o s i t i o n next
Miss May Wilson of Canal street, j the drawing is made. If the ticket NoNATIONAL
better time than now to besin.
Fall. Call o r
who is employed at WeiS's millinery | bearing the number drawn, is not pre-1 School in session during the summer.
write for circuCall or write for catnlog.
lars.
store, is spending her vacation with | sented when the number is called out by
Acnttemlf
anil
Hultiey
Stft.
Newark,
.V,
J.
t
friends at Westchester, Pennsylvania. ! the auctioneer, another drawing will
(One
block
weat
of
Postoffice).
William Soffel of River street is laid take place at once and the prize won by
up with internal trouble. Dr. B. H .the first ticket will not be awarded.
PERTH AMBOY, N . J .
Garrison is attending him.
l>ny anil Evening ScNbloim.
The prizes include twelve pianos,
twelve diamond rings, watches, silver
dinner and tea sets, china dinner and
Church News.
tea sets, French clocks, opera glasses,
We have three, sums of $1,000
Rev. S. H. Thompson, pastor of the berry sets, ice cream sets and many
Presbyterian church, will leave this other articles. These presents have each to loan on' first mortgage
week for his vacation. Next Sunday been placed on exhibition at the store on Red Bank property.
morning Rev. A. D. Baldwin will occupy of Miller & Booze, on Main street, Asthe pulpit. It will be announced at the bury Park.
WHITE & HAWKINS,
service who will preach the following
The president of the real estate comSunday.
Headquartero for .
any which is handling the tract is
Rev. Clayton Grinnell of Oasining, ohn H. Snyder of 92 William street, Vt/harf Avenue and Front Street, at the Livery, Boarding and Sales
New York, will preach at the Baptist New York. Edson M. Cleveland of Red
HALF BARREL BASKETS,
Stables of
church on Sunday.
RED BANK, H. I.
Bank is also prominently connected with
PEACH BASKETS,
the concern.
TOMATO CRATES,
House Will be a Factory,
Wheel Broke Down.
Judson Conovcr of Matawan has
BURLAP PEACH COVERS.
Monmouth Street,
bought the Gelhaua house along the Joseph Hinea and family of Koyport
creek at Keyport and will move it to started for a drive to Seabright Sunday
-ATnear Railroad Depot,
Matawan, where he will rebuild it and of last week. At Hoadden's Corner n
wheel broke which wan repaired nt Rod
use it for a crate and box factory.
Wo arp agents for New
Hank and the trip was made without
L. N . . J ,
further accident.
York
Horse Manure. Got
will bo open to receive apples on
ICoypoit Man Hurt.
Boarding Horoos o. Specialty.
our
prices
before placing
William Smith of Keyport slipped
Fell from Trolley Car.
and after
while jumping from a trolley car and Howard Taylor of Freehold fell from
your order elsewhere.
fell between the rails. Ilia face was a moving trolley car at Anbury Park
cut, one wrist was sprained and he waa last week. He unstained a cut on hia
No worn-out horses, no old carcut and bruised on the legs.
riages, but everything the finest—
hip and a bad scalp wound. Nine
It LAIRD.
stylish in every respect. I have
ytitcliCH were required to CIOHC tho cut
Appointed Bank Cashier.
on liia hip.
just added a new lot of closed car
Randolph Weat, non of Henry Went
riages to my business and am preMatawim Gunner Cots 1'rlzb.
of Long Branch, has been appointed
pared to fill all orders for wedcashier of the new bunk at Mmmaqiuu).
At the laat monthly ahoot of the
dings, funerals etc.
Mr. Went ia now employed by the Sea- Morgan gun club William A. Kennedy
conflt hank of Anbury Park.
Telephone 245.
of Matuwnn won the first prize, which
aud Btay-ut-hoincB
wan a gold modal. lie wan ncrutch
Am now at Union ILotol ilaman
and
broke
I
1
U
out
of
fifty
clay,
Now X£eail £Btato Ooncoi'n.
nood many of tho
hk'H. Have family and buaini'ii'i
birds.
The. M. V. l'oole real estate company
horiiuH for sale. Win. Van Hurru
littlo aids and comwan incorporate! at Trenton hint week.
will bo in charge of nliedii, where
forts to bo found in
HIIlTIIS.
The company in compound of Monroe V.
we will tie, feed and board
K i i r i ' . - A t Iti'J Hunk, on WiMmvuliiy, July
I'oolo or Wont Long Uninch, Albert !2.l.I I AMm.
horncH.
Aliio
horHoii
for
hire.
our ntore. Toilut
JV
No
ulumhliiK
Job
I
1
1
toulnrira
for
mo
to
I'Mwnnl I.. Iliilidit. of .1 mm.
V undertake; no job in too umuH for mo to
I'oolii and <Ie»r|fo W. I'oolo.
I I A Z A I t D . - J t l Mlirnwnlmry. on Knturilny, July
i : i U:-,\ - *'
• Agents for Humphrey Gas Ares.
Suits, Skirts, Dresses, Waists, In fact every Ready-to-Wear Garment
in our entire stock at greatly reduced prices
Linen Coat Suits, former price $5.98, now
Lioee Coat Suits, former price $8.98, now Lingerie Princess Dresses, former, price $6.98, now $3.98
Lingerie Princess Dresses, former price $8.98, now $5.98
Shirt Waist Suits, former price $6.9$, now
Lawn Jumper Dresses, former price $3.50, now
Lawn Jumper Dresses, former price $5.00, now $2.98
Peter Thompson Suits, former price $3.50, now
Lawn Dress Skirts, former price $2.00, now
Button front Skirts, former price $3.50, now
Button front Skirts, former price $5.00, now White Linen Skirts, former price $1.98, now
$1.25
Striped Linen Skirts, former price $1.98, now - $1.25
Mohair Dress Skirts, former price $4.98, now
$2.98
Lawn Shirt Waists, former price $1.00, now 79c.
Lawn Shirt Waists, former price $1.98, now
STANI-l^
| •'
£ •
HQ.USES
PIPED
FOR
GAS.
PRICES REASONABLE.
I1,
u
|,
78 MONMOUTH ST., RED BANK, K X |j
l J !iunc 2 17-v.-.
I]
And to meet it we have a
and varied STOCK OF GOODS.
Everything for hot weather at interesting prices.
32
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St.,
A Modern School.
TRAINER'S PRIVATE SCHOOL,
Money to Loan.
Department Store of
Advance Showing of Staple Materials, in tl>e new
shades, and novelty textures. Prices range from
50 cents to $2.50 per yard.
White Linen and Pique Skirts, with button fronts, value $3-°°.
Sale price,
Princess Dresses, in all colors and white, value $6.oo and S/-Co.
Sale price,
S
Frank P. Stryker,
19O8 Model.
SCOBEYVILLE, N. J.,
August 1st, 1908.
:*i Good Plumbing*
ffilli, Mm. Klim-i-C. Iliimnl. of u uon.
HOWARD T. ELY.
Rim Down b y an Auto.
Colic, Cholera nml
Mm. Harry Andoruon and daughter of Chamberluln's
Mananqiiun wore run down by an autoDiarrhoea llrnwdl/ Would Have
mobile a few clayii ago. Mm. Anikiriion
J N CUANCKRY OK NMW JKItKKY.
Siwfil Him $100.00.
wan brained and HCTatchcd and tho child 'H
" I n ]902 I had a very novcre attack To ANNA M. I-'cuitr::
leg wim nlightly injured.
lly vlrlutior nniirilcr ul Hi" Court of Clianci'ry
of iliurrhonii," iiayn It. N. Knrmr of
Jdiw'y. miKln on lh« ilnv of II,.. ilnl" Ii
Cat lnlariil, l,n. " F o r tuwrnl wuckii 1 ofof. Now
In H (M-rtnin ruilfn! whoroin Nmnifiinl il. F<
Brownnrt a t IrfU'R Branch.
wmt uiiablo to do anything- " " March in linlllliilior, mill you. Alinu !!. IV, r,., HIM iktfonclr'MjulHHl to iiititcar IIIHI [ih-itd, imnwi'
Arthur Wfilnbm'g, "Red twelve yearn, 1(1, 1007, I hail a iiimilar attm'k, and took ftiil, yon iirfi
to <>u> p^tili'i>u'r'n prthioik on or l>t>r<n
non of Philip WoinbcrK of New York, (Jhairilierluin'H ('ulic, Cholera and Diar- ortlmdoinur
TWHNTY-l'HIUITU HAY Oh' fil'll'I'lOMlllO
wniidrowncil in the tmrf at Lonp Hrnndi rhoea Komcdy which |;nvo inn |ironi|)l. mini, or, In ili-fmill. th<'i«if. mii'li il«<r<« will I
InlM'li iwnliwil
you un tbn Cliiin, •Ilii nhnU think
1
Friday. IlnwaulmthiiiK with hm mother reliof. 1 commlvr it ono of tho bent, ,-,pill,.I,
,, mi,I junl.
iticiliciiion of itii kind iu the world, nml 'I'lmolii^ctof
nt tho tim<>.
noli) milt In lo oljlnln n ilnivn ul
had I lined it in KMlii luilievo it wouhl (llvoicoili^nolvhtu: Ilio mini li»n« l*Hw".>n yon nni
tho nnlil ixillll.mvr.
Wlt,l,IAM riMi'AHI),
linvf
raivcd
mo
n
hundrod
dollar
doetor'n
Tliw UKUIUTKH in » welcome. Rural in
!!(>lkllorof I'ntltioiifr
4,200 iioinou in lted Bank nml vicinity bill." Hold by <!. A. Minton & (Jo., No. I". O. ml.lwml, I(«) ll«nl.
K
jlroad
ntrcot,
Hcd_l!ank^
j.)Bt«i) jtiM U a i k , 1L J . . Jni» ::l»t. num.
nvorv we<;k.- -AA'.
. _.
{^ooilii, biith prnpa.natioufi. mid aids of
cvory clarw.
l>o«t liiavo tovrn
without ti supply.
V KIVO attention to.
•»<
Th« nninll job irotn tliu nnnin ntt«ntlon nil
tbo bte ono— thuy both net tho best.
JOllllINC) l'UOMl'TI.Y A'rtBNDKO TO.
IIATlill'ACTION (iUARANTElOl).
I fnrry roimtunlly 011 linml nil tlio Intent
mnilmy HIHIHHIH rr», enabling mo to uV
work willumldi'hiy.
elevator is carried on idlers fastened to each
which is ohlonj^ to agitate the elevator.
All hearings are oiled from the outside
furnished with screw caps to keep the dirt out.
Holmclel,
1 Schroedcr's Pharmacy,
^
MONMOUTH ST.,
ttED BANK,
J. L. Btsrgen & Co.,
16 E1HOAU S T . ,
NEW JEttSEV
^
RED BANK.
Telephone) Ml!.
X^SLsM
tttnf
Jersey.
Tho number of waul BilviT
l>ublii>hrit in n now:<|Ki|)t'r i.i •
otiMMt t!vSil.-nft>> of th »t in .
I«>{)iil»tity, Tilia HKMCTf.ii f
want (Kl'/«rf.i8l«i| (h»a mi$ M •
VILLAGE NEWS.
Bemudding a House-Body Brought
Here far Burial.
You Don't Need a Microscope to See the Value in
These Waists at 6 9 e ,
l i i i i S i T s i PIANO GO., |
*1. i . Pease is remodeling Abram
M'rii'B house. An addition 20x26 feet
w ht 'insj built which will contain a reception hall and one room. The kitchen
will be- moved from the old part to the
BRANCH WAREEOOM,
waclt part of the house. The house,
RED BANK, N. J .
•which 'was a two-story structure, will
58
BROAD
STREET,
•>
i-Ai v. nlarged to two stories and an attic.
4 porch ten feet wide and 4G feef'long
Renting, Tuning, Repairing and Exchanging.
w«H be built on the front part of the
We are not going.to say they are $i 50 or $1.25 Waists even if they do look it; however, • > { EASY
hou-t and it will extend around the
•Phone 249-R.
EASY TERMS.
TERMS.
.
*<
wrist uiJe eighteen feet. When the
you'll
travel
a
long
way
and
look
through
the
Waist
stocks
of
many
stores
to
find
as
good'for
work has been completed the house will
cc.itain four rooms and reception hall
on the first floor, and five bedrooms
#1 00; that's what we ought to get for them—they're worth it too. The lawn, the trimmings, finish,
and a bathroom on the second floor.
The attic
will
contain
two
bedrooms.
etc , is as fine as in any of the regular,dollar Waists It's really a remarkable bargain we are offerMr. lJease has just finished the carpenter work on Thomas York's new
ing you
bous-e a t Atlantic Highlands. He is
also remodeling Henry Cross's house at
Makes Two
Vanderburg.
Bundles of
The body of Guyon Greenwood Ash• Wheat Grow
ley, grandson of Mrs. C. V. F. GreenWhere but
wood of this place, was brought here
One Bundle
Mondayforburial in Fair View cemetery. Tho child died in Havana, Cuba,
Grew Before .
on 3uly 11th from enteritis, aged nineGetting a full crop
te3n months. The body was put in a
fumi u f e r t i l i z e r
hermetically sealed casket and was
Hi too little Potbrought by steamer to Fort Monroe,
asl, is like getting
Virginia, from whence it was conveyed
i\ ell by the doctor's
by train to Middletown.
prescription uilli itb mast important drug left out.
Mrs. Susan Megill of Spring Lake
Most commercial iertilizers need more Potash to get all the crop profit you
and her daughter Nettie spent Sunday
are entitled to.
with Mrs. Richard Lufburrow. Mrs.
Use a brand with at least 6 per cent of Potash, but if your dealer does not
S. C. VanCleaf of Asbury Park was a
keep
it, then mix 15 pounds of Muriate of Potash with each 100 puunds of your
guest of Mrs. Lufburrow part of laat
fertilizer. That will raise wheat! Set clover, too !
week.
The proof will come next year in bigger crop, more profit. Potash is profit.
Miss Agnes Widemer of Long Branch
Buy the Potash first.
ia spending a few weeks with Mrs. EdSend for pamphlets containing fads about soil,
ward W. Johnson.
crops, manures =md fertilizers. Mailed free.
Miss Ethel Gahagan of Brooklyn, who
GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau Street, New York
has been spending a month with Mrs.
Chlcago-Monadnock Bulletins
Atlanta, da.—1224 Candlcr Building
R. Harry Lufburrow, will return home
next Saturday.
The persons who went on the Baptist
Better throw aw,ay that last year's straw hat. You can now
and Reformed Sunday-school excursions
buy a new one for.altnost a song—anyway, you can buy them at
to Highland Beach Thursdayfilledtwo
trolley cars. When dinner time arrived
manufacturers' prices. Come, get a new one to wear the baltho excursionists assembled the conance of the season, and have a good one to start the next. Twotents of their baskets on the tables in
the pavilion and enjoyed an old-fashioned
thirds the regular price should be a big inducement. Figure it
family lunch.
out. This is the way it reads :
Through our. buildings, io see what cannot be seen elsewhere in
Rev. A. W. Cornell, rector of Christ
church, is away for a two weeks' vaca$3.00
STRAWS
now
$2.00
the Dry Goods world—
tion. His church will be closed during
$2.00 STRAWS now
$1.33
his absence.
Department of Women's and Misses' Dresses
A freight car on the produce siding
$1.50 STRAWS now
$1.00
' at tho station was backed off the track
$1.00 STRAWS now..
67c
Department for Dress Goods by the Yard
Saturday morning. The hind trucks of
the car were broken. The wrecking
Department for Women's Underwear
train was sent for to put the car back
on the track.
Department for Furniture
Mr. and Mrs. J. Dey Conover, Miss
Department for Pianos
Lillian Conover and Gerrett Conover
went to Barnegat on a fishing trip
Department
for China, Cut Glass & Dinnerulare
Thuraday. They caught 55 woakfish.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hendrickeon of
Department
for
Housefurnishing Goods
.Anbury Park come here in their automobile Sunday. They took dinner at
Department of Book Sections
the Village inn.
The Restaurant on Ninth Floor
.^.JVIrs. Jacob K. Dickenson is spending
several days with relatives at Osborn--•
;s
ville.
I
I
ri
Unusual roominess lor shopping is a part of a prearranged
' Mr. and Mrs. William Hartshorne of | «J»
/
1 Colt's Neck have been stopping with
plan—customers deserve more than we were able to give them in
Miss Ella Hendrickson several days.
the overcrowded store when one building contained what is now
Mr, Hartshornc has been under the care
of a physician.
housed in the two buildings.
Miss Rutledgeof New Canaan, Conn.,
is visiting Mrs. J. F. Swuckhamer.
During these days, besides articles offered at small prices,
Miss M. L. Merdian of New York
there are really thousands more, equally desirable, not advertised.
>•>
spent last week with her brother, E. A.
,Merdian.
Bear in mind, also, that we have on hand all the year wand
issus* ^«A*if qlley car ran off the track at theEach one will brinp; their own lunch and
foot of Coiiover's hill Thursday morn- enjoy it at some shady spot along the
large and. excellent stocks of the finer classes of merchandise that
ing. When it left the track it collided river.
you are likely to like even better than the midsummer offerings
with a pole supporting the feed wire
and Mrs. Charles E. Snyder, who
and the pole was broken off. Pnsson- areMr.
at low figures, strangely low as they are.
Quebec, Canada, attending the
,, gets changed cars on both sides of the 300that anniversary
of the founding of
point where the car left the track and that city, are expected
We keep a store for people to come to every day to find
home this week.
there was no., interruption of traflic.
David
ami
Jonas
Tutncn
have
formed
what
they want at prices as incontestably fair as the quality is
The company soon had the wrecking
car on the scene and the car was got back a partnership under the name of Tumen
worthy.
Brothers
and
will
hereafter
conduct
the
on the track in about three hours.
The farmers are getting $1.50 to $2 Blakeley laundry business here together.
• hundred ears for corn in the city Ward West iB employed at Matthewa's
market, from 75 cents to $1 a barrel for drug store in place of Hay Matthews,
who will be affected by the
turnips, $1 a crate for tomatoes and 75 who left last week to take a job elsecents a crate for cucumbers. James S. where.
laying of a permanent brick
A pet dog belonging to Mrs. M. E.
Wilson shipped a thousand barrels of
Gas Portable Lamps fuimei^ly S 10.00, now
Owens, who is boarding at the Straus$5.OO
• turnips to Boston last week.
pavement, that all pipes and
burg cottage, showed signs of going
Miss Marguerite L. Morford is spend- mad laat week and the animal was
Gas Portable LiunpH, formerly
6 00, now
ing a few days with her uncle, George killed.
such connections as are necesG. Worthley of Brooklyn, who is sum- Mrs. W. H. Montanye gave a musicale
r
Gas
Portable
Lamps,
forruerly
5.00,
now
merinpr at Asbury Park.
thia afternoon at her home at the corThe leaders on the Baptist parsonage ner of Seventh and Mount avenues for
sary to be made umst be looked
have been replaced by new ones and |'th« benefit of the Long Branch hospital.
These Portable Gas Lamps are complete, with hose,
other improvements have been made
after at once and the work
Charles Schrader, who is occupyabout the house. The work was done ingMrs.
gooseneck and Welsbach Lamps.
DEALERS IN
tliu Sunset cottage for the summer,
- % Luther Walling of Belford.
done before the street is paved.
fell down stairs last Tuesday night and
The services in the Baptist church at cut a gash over her left eye. Dr. John
Our $3.00 Two-Light Chandelier*,
•
$2.OO
10:30 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. next Sunday H. VanMater had to take five stitches
By order of the Boaid.
will bo the last before the pastor's to close the cut.
summer vacation. The church will then
Our
$1.50
Pendants,
75
cents
Rev. O. A. Brown, who has been in a
A. C. HARKISON,
be closed four weeks. The prayer critical
condition several days from
meeting Friday nights will be continued nervous
prostration,
is
improving
slowly
Genuine
Welslmch
Mantels,
1
O
cents
each
Borough Cleik.
regularly. Communion will be observed under the care of Dr. John H. VanTelephone 68-L.
nest Sunday morning and an offering Mater of this place and Dr. Edwin Field
Our $9.00 Gas Range,
$6.OO
will be taken up for association missions. of Red Bank.
Mrs. Cordova has put up a tennis net
Gas Stoves.
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS NEWS. on the lawn adjoining her hoarding
house on Highland avenue.
Two Burner, $ 1 . 2 5 .
Improving the Oxford House—A Shirt
IN THE
The improvements to George D. Pay's
house on Bay View avenue, which comWaist Dance.
FOR
STUD
prise
an
addition
to
the
west
side
of
the
OneBuruer,
C»5
c
e
n
t
s
.
The Oxford house at Hillside-, under
house
and
repapering
and
decorating,
-ATthe miinagemeut of Mrs. Annie Sturla,
formerly of WyckolT, New Jersey, could are nearly finished. The changes to tho
House piping contracted for, before August 31st, will
not accommodate all the guests over house and the grading of the grounds j
made
the
place
0
1
1
1
3
of
the
most
atSaturday and Sunday. The place, which
be taken for $ 1 . 2 5 lH'r outlet.
was formerly the Andrews hotel, has tractive on the avenue. A stone wall
been refitted and redecorated hy the has been built on the Bay View avenue
Sealed bids are requested for
new manager and is one of the popular side of the property.
BUY NOW AND SAVE FIFTY PER CENT.
11
Mrs.
Owen
Shutts
of
Toms
River
ia
the
laying of stone sidewalks on
hotelfl at thia place this season. For the
first time in years this hotel ia being spending a few days with her mother,
such
portions of Branch avenue
Mrs.
David
Witherell.
Mrs.
Witherell
Ho la tho Finest Horse In tho Country and the Best Bred One.
'coiuiuctedBtrictly as a temperance hotel.
was injured a short time ago by falling
A nhirt waiat dance will be held a t from a stoop, but she ia improving.
and South street as now remain
TERMS $ 5 0 SERVICE RETURN PRIVILEGE.
the casino Saturday night and on the
William llopla nnd (laughter were
unlaid. 1*
following Saturday a leap year dance
will take place. Hereafter the ehumical Red bank visitors on Sunday.
B-| IS dnm. Ilortlin, by Akivntnru, h tho
C IltED by Owj'hra; (4y), 2.11, 0011 of Chan.
All bids 11111st he in the hands of
Mra. (Jeorge Freeman and family of
• • araatcvit brood muro In tho world, havconcerts at the cnaino on Thursday
^
Derby nnd hlu Wtxx!, by Simtnonn.
ing to nor credit:
iiiglitfi willcomprise the worlui of »pi>cinl Newark are visiting Mm. Freeman's
the
Borough
Clerk
mi
or
before
CimnidertMl one of Hi« boat brnd und iturnciit
Bon
Derby
2.04 tt K,l. I.alTorty.. .2.10%
parents,
Mr.
and
Mm.
Charles
Mount.
composers. Tomorrow night the confour-yonr-olcl trotten! tlml over WRil on ttio
Owylio
2.07H Arnor
2 17%
Miiui Helen Dowd in visiting relative!!
cert will bo devoted to works of Richard
August ;;d; 1008, at 5:00 o'clock,
Derlwilha... 2 II7-H Jny Kinieo (ly) 2.2CV1
(irnnd Clnmit. Trottintr nil I he IHMUIOII
Diablo (niro of 41)..
2 OOVi
Wagner and Moritz Mcuzkowflky, and at New York.
nirnlnsiL a^eil Imnie.'i, out of uoven ijtnrlii wim
Mins Mary Lang of Belford spent SunTliaLiitiit(,1y)lr2:ir>ll<-rthnBurl>y(daraor2)
I'. M.
on Thursday night of next week' sdoellv« times! Unit or tiyeoml.
day
with
her
sister,
Mrs.
Martin
Dowd.
Demoniu
(uli-o
of
r,)
*
2
11 Vt
lionu from Schubert will ho given.
Kli
Tin: Hoard reserves the riu;lit t<
'i-ViVi lii-reiiici.-.' t'p'.'.'.'.2!l3W
Miss Margaret Rcddington and Mr.with Cornelius N. llli:m. Mr. Blisui and the earn whieli run bet.ween kumnon and
.Several fmmHcu of gypnieii are ciimpinjf in the (trove, at the corner of Valley and Mrs. Thoinim McLaughlin of New his guciit iipcnt Sunday afternoon tak- Red Hank. Thin uvoiiki inudi confuuion reject any or all bids.
HIS FIRST COLT
5>rivo findoeventh avenue. The women York spent hint week with Mr. nnd Mm. ing an automobile rido through the at' the lleil Hank fountain.
country.
at lli€> cnnip tell fortunni and the men Thomas Dowd.
The We<lno.'iday night cuclircii and t
LITTLE I|OIAN (2y) OLD CHAMPION
A.
C.
HARRISON,
trade honiLMi.
The trolley company in grading and Katurdny night hops at the Sbrownbury
rolling the main mad between Allen and inn arc well attended by the gueiitii nnd
b'ormim Cossaboom, principal of the
Borough Clerk.
Shown he ia mire to he a great Hire. IUii dam hentii all othoni.
K U M S O N KIIWS.
Washington
tilrertu.
aliio by r<!!ii(l(!iitn of thi;i place!.
*H?nnt io Highland*! fu'hool, whoiHMiH'iid'I'hi1 liiunch Wanderer from Red ]tank
».£ Mfi vacation on a farm near Holtn- Mrthatlhltt' Annual Fair Will lie Held
Minn 10dit.li McGriflin of lr<;hind is)
HE IS FROM THE GREATEST FAMILY
broke down yesterday and wan moored ut
'l'il'. iipinit Monday in town.
iii>on<liii|c novpral wcckn with her iii.'it
Tomorrow.
the dock here nev'eral hours during n.1- Mm. Samuel Crookti.
New polen are being put up on Hay
1
in the world and I believe he will make the loading nire.
Tin ladicii' nid nocii'ly <»f the Metho- [mini.
Viv*/ nvrnue for telephone and electric
Mr. and Mm. John J. IIOKJIM are e
dist clmrcli will hold il,:t annual fiiirnrxl.
Mm. .1. (',, Itiill mid niece, Mini) lOminii tertaining friendit from Wanbini^t
Every Owyho Colt Entered Free on $750 Stake.
Tho roof of F. A. Little'ii hotel wan ThuriMlay afternoon and night on the Dixon, arc vi;iilin|; iclativcii at Hyde I). C , mid N(!w York city
church ground!). The gnmndu will b<; I'nik.
Kal.it! l.emip; in eniployi'd in Ricburd
atr.U'd on Monday.
lighted
ut
night
with
.liipaiu.-in!
Itintvrnii
'I'bi!
Hehoomu'
John
W.
Vaul
difirharf^od
WyckotT'n ice cream |IIU-IOI\
A brick cidv<-it iii living put down tmWM. MACFARLAND.
a load of brick ycotcnlny for the addi• >r tho t rnlli'y tvackn at the corner of and electric Inmpii.
A dance will be held tomorrow night in
Mrs. Joseph McCook of Oyster Itay tion to the Bchool.
•{.,.,i-i i.,,l Kitilrotxt iivrmieii.
(ted M<M'II ball from eight, o'clock until
Operation!)
1
1
upcciidty.
Tho
WSIH n recent giient of her nuitei', Minn
Minn i'llranor Titiui in viniting her i)in~ midnight for tho benellt of tb« building
\i" (!. linntido in t'litertnini
Mi
moot nurioun run™ of nail wmmiln
Nellie Mulligan.of Allen utrei-t.
t<T, MrH. John Itcriliii" of Knignton.
fund of the Red Mon'u lodgi;. Munic
.: f i i i x
J n n i f
with horned cured under Ruaran1
Tins
main
drive
leading
to
(',.
N.
Unrrow/i Noliion have bought msvonil will lie furninliud by Wynmn'nori'lMJBlni
* i 1n.> ijuf tin Kirnl llnptlHl church
too.
v:.s • i J • HIM) bread rale on Kuturdny Hlina'B property if) being covered with now rijin nnd arn buildiiiK n iftrKo iihwl of Nnvwiitik.
Mrs, Mndifton F»mory in vluitinj? at.
FOR SALE BY Till"-: AGKNT
iW! i,y I)«)!iliim' uml cleared $20. crUBhetl blucatoiie nnd rolled with a in tint roar of tholr utoro on Wnnuinglon
OFi'KIK, JivaMc
Iitreot, whore they will enrry onftliv«ry WcotflcW, Now York. Tb« trip in taken
i-iit' % jtrri«n iiiiiiiJny-achool will lumvy roller.
Tel. MS, Bed
biifiinefiM
in
connect
Ion
with
th«ir
bodrilfor
tho
IMMIUIM,
of
IHT
litmith.
»nii<wt (•nmrmnii find pfcniG toMr. Doyle, treiimirer of Ihn Wwitmrry
/n r ,ir/i> a m 111:
'i':-' • "-•!! ' I ' I ' l l 0 i ' - <tsy mi dfh^ution of the National Kf'jitibhranj ini; nlj'blC'H.
'."iiniiillti-p, '•pent Uniunlay and Snmljiw Th'i Irollt jr I'oimmtiy bss put »lifiw mi It puya to ;i!ivt?riis<!!ti TMK UKOIrU'BJE.
OTOUR: 3S WKWT VnoHV BT
i
Manufacturers of High Grade Pianos. %
Men's $15.00 to $18,00 Suits at $1O.OO.
These are bargains worth traveling miles after. If you knew what fine suits they are (ma- Q
terials, workmanship, finish, etc.) for $10.00 you would travel miles after them, even if you had £
'to walk. These suits are sold regularly at $15.00, $16.50 and $1800. In this
^
July Clothing Sale at $10.00.
Ladies' Muslin Nip Gowns at 5 9 c ,
STRAWS AT TWO-THIRDS THE
I n s t e a d o f 75c.
These Night Gowns have exceptional merit,
muslin fine, trimmed with splendid-lace and embroideries ; V-shape style, low neck and short
sleeves.
Very Special at 59c,
Women's 25c. Bathing Caps at 15c,
G
_
IV
Q
i !
Broadway and Liberty Street, Long Branch, N. J.
To All Abutting Property Owners on Broad
Street
in
3.OO
J. F.Conover
Feed Co.,
Coal, Wood Flour and Feed.
All Kinds of Gnun, Hay and Straw.
Gors& ora tl&e Ear a Specialty.
BIDS WANTED
L I T T L E SILVER, Wo Jo
OWYHO 207i \
Laying Sidewalks.
EATONTOWN, N. J .
(R.LOEWENHERZ&CO
No. 60 Broad Street, Red Bank, N. J.
R. ISKRAUT, D. V. M.
Veterinary Surgeon aad Dentisti
Chamberlain Celebrated Pare Rye Whiskey
KKW HANK, M.
en's and Youn;
Q>v
Per Cent Off.
This is not a "fake" sale
make'August'be in
9it
and this reduction should make August a record
You have a choice of any Summer Suit in the
Men's
Men's and
Former price
Former price 8.1
Former
Former
Former
Former
Former
Former
Former
Former
Former
price 10.00,
price IzJ
price
price
price
price
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IS.SO,
15.00,
16.50,
18.00,
20.00,
22.50,
25.00,
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Former price 2..1
Former price 3.
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Former price 4.
Sale price $4.50
Sale price 6.00
Sale price 7.50
Sale price 9.00
Sale price 10.13
Sale price 11.25
Sale price 12.-38
Sale price 13.50
S^le price 15.00
Sale price 16.88
Sale price 18.75
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Copyright 1908
The House of Kuppcnhcimer
Chicago
2.
Sale
Sale
Sale
•tJO
Sale
3.75
Sale _
Sale price 5.25 ti
Sale
2 5 c , Sale price 19c.
5 0 c , Sale price . 38c.
75c, .Sale price 58c»
$1.00, Sale price 75c.
1.50, Sale price $1.13
attan, Columbia an
Shirts
Night Shirts and Pajamas
50c.
59c.
75c.
$1.00
1.50
grade,
grade,
grade,
grade,
grade,
25c.
50c.
75c.
$1.00
grade,
grade,
grade,
grade,
sale
. sale
sale
sale
sale
price , 38c.
price 44c.
price 58c.
price 75c.
price $1.13
Underwear
sale
sale
sale
sale
price
price
price
price
19c.
38c.
58c.
75c.
Hosiery
10c.
15c.
25c.
50c.
grade,
grade,
grade,
grade,
sale price 6c. pair
sale price l i e . pair
sale price 19c. pair
sale price 38c. pair
50c. grade, sale price 39c.
59c. grade, sale price 39c.
$1.00 grade, sale price 75c.
1.25 grade, sale price 94c.
1.50 grade, sale price $1.15
1.75 grade, sale price 1.15
2.00 grade, sale price 1.38
Negligee, plaited or plain
bosom, with attached or detached cuffs. These include
the Manhattan, Columbia and
Giant make.
Boys' Shirt Waists
25c.
50c.
75c.
$1.00
grade,
grade,
grade,
grade,
sale
sale
sale
sale
price
price
price
price
19c.
38c.
58c.
75c.
Boys' Stockings
Bathing Suits
15c. grade, sale price 9c. pair
25c. grade, sale price 19c. pair
$1.00 grade, sale price 75c.
1.50 grade, sale price $1.00
A lot of Odd Suits,
1-3 OFF
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M .en?§ Trousers
Don't miss this chance to
secure, some of our bargains
during our Semi-Annual Sale.
Maybe you have been buying
your clothing and furnishings
elsewhere—don't let that keep
you away. You are just as welcome to our bargains as our
regular customers. Perhaps
you will find our goods more
reliable and better values for
the price than you have been
buying elsewhere.
Walk in—you are welcome.
ices $1118,
STRAW
$1.00
1.50
2.00
3.00
3.50
4.00
5.00
6.00
grade,
grade.
grade,
grade,
grade,
grade,
grade,
grade,
sale
sale
sale
sale
sale
sale
sale
sale
price 75c.
price $1.13
price 1.50
price 2.25
price 2.63
price 3.00
price 3.75
price 4.50
All boys' and children's wash
suits 1-4 off former prices.
10c.
25c
25c.
50c.
canvas gloves, - 5c. pair
bows,
- - 5c. each
4-in-hand ties, - 9c. each
President suspenders,
33c. pair'
10c. handkerchiefs,. - 4c. each
25c. and 29c. boys' wash
pants, 19c. pair
50c. suspenders, - 38c. pair
25c. men's and boys' caps, 19c.
Men's $1.50 hats, all styles
and shapes, $1.00
Men's special lisle web suspenders, 50c. value, 19c. pair
A lot of washable fancy vests,
slightly soiled, odd sizes,
10c. each
all go at $4.98.
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CLOTHIER, HATTESI, AMD FURNISHER, 26 BROAD STREET.
Telephone 281-R
RED BANK, N, J.
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AST SATURDAY, in spite of the stormy weather, a large number of
musically inclined people visited the store of Storck of Course to hear
the Player Pianos. While the storm kept at home many persons from
out-of-town, yet so interested are people in the higher class of Player
Pianos that the store, especially in the evening, was thronged
The one thing which seemed to impress the people was the total
absence of the mechanical tone which is so manifest in some styles of
Player Pianos. With the instruments handled by Storck of Course all
evidence of mechanical playing is avoided. A couple of hours' practicing is
about all that an ordinary person needs to acquire skill in playing one of these
Player Pianos. The instruments respond readily to the touch of the operator,
swelling or shading the tone to suit the character of the selection and the taste
of the player
One of the special features of the Player Pianos is the ease with which the
music can be graded in speed to suit the singer, making the instrument especially
available for accompaniments.
From those who were kept at home by the storm a number of requests have
been made for a repetition of the performance, and it is probable that the niusieale
will be repeated within two or three weeks.
:
.
We have a variety of the best makes of Player Pianos on our floors and
those wishing to- hear classical, sentimental or ragtime music are invited to call
at any time and hear how readily these instruments accommodate themselves' to
any class of music
Besides having a number of instruments ready for immediate delivery, we
have a great variety of music rolls always on hand, and can get any special music
desired within 24 hours.
Come in and let me tell you about our easy terms of payment for these
Player Pianos.
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We have also on hand a full line of the latest Edison and Victor records,
just published, and will be pleased to try any of them for you.
We carry the largest and most complete assortment of all makes of talking
machines and records in the county.
AUNT JANE, with
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Course.
'PENINGS IN THE VILLAGES ROUNDABOUT
RED BANK.
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LITTLE SILVER NEWS.
EATONTOWN NEWS.
several days with friends here. Miss
White will move back to Eatontown in
the fall.
Mrs. W. W. Ridgley of New Brunswick is visiting her father, Kev. J .
DeWitt Fay.
Rev. and Mrs. J. Herbert Belting of
New Brunswick, formerly of this place,
have been visiting Mrs. Henry Corlies.
ick, is improving and is able to sit up.
The baseball team went to Fair Haven |
iunday and were defeated bv a score of I
to 2.
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Leslie Wolcott, son of Mrs. Alice
iVolcott, is employed in T. Brown's j
itore. George Jenson and family of!
Brooklyn are spending the summer at
William Garrigan's Monmouth hotel. j
HA'S
STARTED.
Now Is the Time to Bey FURNITURE, CARPETS, RUGS,
. w l le
Our Most Sensational Clearance Sale of the Year includes over
500 of the most desirable things in Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Linoleum,
Wall Paper, Matting, rtc, ever offered Thi'-.e genuine reductions of
from one-quarter to one half from our regular Uuv prices—the lowest c-\ir
quoted in Monmouth count> on clean, perfect and reliable gooiK—presents
an opportunity seldom met with
AUGUST SALKS .ind our guarantee
THERE ARE DIFFERFNT KINDS OF AUGUST
SALE'S
A cficat m a n y a i e gotten up U>\ t h e p u i p o s e of disposing of cheap, ti.ishy goods,
cspccudK designed for August sale p u r p o s e s ; b u t in out" case we select the most d e s n a b l c a n d
woilliy pu"co-> in 0111 stocks, and cveiy aiticle ib g u a i a u l e e d to be sound and perfect and to give
lasting satisfaction or t h e money will'be refunded.
P r o m p t , far-sighted buyers will find these b a r g a i n s here ;
Couches at August Prices
$ 6.00 Couches now
11.50
"
•'
12.50
"
"
17.50
"
"
18.50
"
"
30.00
"
"
Sideboards at August Prices
3.7S
7.98
8.4B
; . . . . 12.00
13.SO
19.00
Parlor Suits at August Prices
$75.00 Parlor
60.00 "
50.00 "
40.00 "
32.00 "
23.00 "
15.00
Suits
"
"
"
"
'
cut to
" "
" "
" "
" "
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.$52.00
43.00
36.00
32.OO
26.OO
16.98
J1.5O
Odd Dressers at August Prices
$ 8.50 Dressers cut to
$ 6.7S
10.48
"
" "
9.00
15.00
"
" "
9.9P
21.00
•'
" "
17.SO
28.50
"
" "
v . . . 24.0O
42.00
"
" "
37.00
Above Dressers are in Bird's Eye Maple, White
Enamel, Oak, Mahogany and Circassian Walnut.
Chiffoniers at August Prices
$25.00 Oak Chiffoniers at
$i7.SO
24.00 Mahogany Chiffoniers at
19.OO
17.50 Bird's Eye Maple Chiffoniers at
&4.5O
16.00 Oak Chiffoniers at
ll.SO
11.00 Oak Chiffoniers at
8.50
5-drawer Chiffoniers, solid oak, worth $6.50,
now
4.48
Extension Tables at August Prices
$ 6.00 Extension Tables, five legs, now..
11.50
"
"
now
13.50 Round Top Tables, now
20.00 Extension Tables, now
i 3.9S
7.5O
8.9S
13.SO
Buffets at August Prices
$14.98 Buffets now
17.50
"
"
26.50
"
"
35.00
"
"
Sideboards worth $15.00 now
"
"
24.50 "
"
"
26.50 "
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$ 7.98
16.50
' . . . 19.90
• ><•< •••'••< • - « < • • — v 4 0 . - 0 0 * '.'•••
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27.50
50.00 "
35.00
Bedroom Suits at Au,gust Prices
$68.00 3-piece Suits cut to
40.00
"
32.00
"
" " "
24.00
"
"
"
$55.00
27.50
22.50
"
19.50
Many of the other cheaper grades are
also cut.
Rockers at August Prices
$2.50 Rockers at
3.50
"
"
4.00
"
"
:
§i.B9
1.90
2.50
4.50
"
"
2.98
5.00
"
"
3.S0
Sliding Iron Couches at August Prices
$6.50 Couches, complete with mattress, now
$3.S8
8.50
"
" ' ."
" '
" . . . . S.SO
Two Morris Chair Specials
$15.00 Morris Chairs at
10.00 "
"
"
$9.50
7.S0
Odd Chairs at August Prices
$18.00 Arm Chairs, leather, now
25.00 Turkish Chairs cut t o . . .
16.50 Mission Rockers cut t o .
12.00 Mission Chairs cut t o . . .
12.00 Reed Chairs cut to
5.98 Reed Chairs cut to
4.00 Reed Chairs cut to
3.50 Reed .Chairs cut to
512.50
15.00
12.S0
9.S0
4.98
3.5O
2.00
1.50
Window Shades at August Prices
40c' Oil Opaque Shades, plain, at
- 19c
45c. Fringe Shades
25c
Big lot of fine Shades, odd quantities, value
.from 25c. to $1.00, special
10c
$11.98
13.50
FAIR HAVEN NEWS.
Sunday - School Girls
Strawridcra Get Drenched Returning Presbyterian
SEABRIGIIT NEWS.
19.98 4-0 Cotton-top Mattresses, special..
Form a Club.
...$ 1.98
from Asbury Park.
Athletic Events and Races by the
in Entertainment in Holy Cross Hall
24.00 $20.00 Brass Beds cut to
... 11.50
The B. C. IS. club, u society composed
Boys ot the Village.
William Lippincott took a party of
of
young
girls
of
the
Presbyterian
SunNext Tuesday Night.
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young folks of the village on a strawThe
small
boys
of
the
village
conWall Paper worth from 25c. to $1.OO per roll, special 10c. per double roll.
ride to Asbury Park lust Thursday night. day-school, will hold a festival Friday gregate every afternoon" near the tire
An entertainment by professional I
j&i
the strawridcrs got home a night on the church lawn. What the house and pull off athletic events. The talent will be given next Tuesday night
/heavy shower came up and they got initials of the club stand for is a secret events comprise' running and bicycle at Holy Cross hall for the benefit of
<lrenched to the skin. Those in the known only to the members of the so- races, jumping and throwing contests. Holy Cross church. Frank Martineau
The boys around town say the
Fair Haven is arranging the affair.
arty were Percy Quackenbush, Frank ciety.
furnishings to be sold out at very low prices in order to clear the .^tocks
stand for " B e t we Catch the Yesterday afternoon during an bicycle of
arker, George and Roy White, Clarence letters
endurance race, Myron Minton rode so Happy Handy, Lew Hawkins, Nelson &
Boys
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club.
at once.
Milledge,
Evans
&
Tenbrooke,
Lamberti,
Haviland, George Worthley, Raymond
that he fell exhausted near the
The Methodist and Advent Sunday- hard
King. Misses Grace, Annie and Mary
postoflice and it was several minute; Annie Hart and Wilbur Gardner have
Watch the papers next week for another list of August Specials
schools
went
on
picnics
to
Asbuvy
Park
offered their services. Most of these
Ayres. Mabel White, Ella King, Carrie
before he was revived.
today.
professionals are summering at Fair
Perkins and Mary Parker.
Miss
My'ra
DeVoe
of
South
River,
Mrs. Emily Smock of Long Branch,
The village fire company tested some
who taught in the public school here Haven., Dancing will follow the enter•*ljf ita apparatus on Tuesday night of who formerly lived with the late Mrs. last year, is visiting Mrs. Raymond tainment. The committee who is asLongstrei't
Harvey
of
this
place,
died
sisting Mr. Martineau is composed of
last weeK in a field adjoining Dr. B. F.
Doughty.
King's farm. No hydrants are in this yesterday morning from cancer.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gracey lef William H. llintelmann, J . C. Woolley,
Mrs. J. E. Borden has recovered from
part of the village and the hose was
last week for a three weeks' theatrical James A. Ryan, Albert J. Hintelmann,
Dennis Martin, Charles B. Ryan and
connected with a brook, which had been neuralgia and a rheumatic attack.
engagement.
Nathan
Sample,
who
ia
sick
with
tydammed up for the occasion. A stream
During the rest of the summer the John Daly.
phoid
fever,
is
doing
well
and
his
reof water C5 feet high was thrown from
Methodist Sunday-school will meet a
Randall and Beverly Keator have
E00 feet of hose. A heavy shower covery is looked for.
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A lawn sociable for the benefit of the 9:45 Sunday morning instead of at twe bought ii new racing automobile with a
prevented the firemen from testing their
speed of sixty miles an hour.
Baptist church will he held tomorrow o'clock in the afternoon.
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other apparatus.
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G. J. Weinmanii, proprietor' of tin The Seabright Republican club will
Mrs. Miller and her daughter, Miss afternoon at Joseph W. Jttjjjnaton's.
Mr. and Mrs. John Eyles have moved Grand View hotel, has had the bigges hang out a Taft and Sherman banner
Johanna Miller of Westchester, Pa.,
and
most successful year in the history next week.
are visiting Mrs. Miller's son, Hum- from Mrs. Minnie Bownp's house on of tlie Grand View hotel.
Ashland council of American MechanLewis street and are now living with
phrey Miller.
The labor unions here have acccptei ics has issued a card showing 235 memMrs. Eyles's mother, Mrs. Theodore
Clark Fitzmaurice is suU'crimr with a Arrani'o.
invitations
to
take
part
in
a
parade
o
bers on its roll.
Mr. and Mrs. William Borthscarbuncle on his neck.
W. K. Connor's cottage, occupied by ,
who were recently married, will labor unions at Aslmry Park on Labo
George A. Gibbons is re-building a wick,
Day.
William C. Kremer, was struck by
move
to
the
house
vacated
by
Mr.
Eyles.
bulkhead in front of his summer resi- This couple is living with the bride's
Mrs. Frank Herbert spent yesterday lightning last Thursday night and dam-INfdence a t Little Silver point.
age to the amount of $100. The Kremer !
Mr. and Mrs. William Outran. at the Highlands.
Misses May, Annie ami Grace Ayres parents,
family
were
sleeping
and
none
of
them
Mr.
and
Mrs.
William
Curehin,
Sr.
Mr. Borthswick is employed at McKarwore New York visitors on Monday.
are conlined to the house with sickness. felt the shock.
George Holmes was sailing his launch land's stables.
up with liver com
The organ recital given at St. George's
Warrants are out for the arrest of Mrs. Curehin is laidd up
lit Little Silver point last week, when
plaint and her
h husband
last Friday afternoon by Lacey
and bus a bad attacl church
the rudder snapped oil' and sank. Mr. Lewis Mulsun, who until recently was of tonsilitis.
Baker,
organist and choirmaster of CalHolmea had t o stay about an hour in employed by the Wormalia lealher comvary
church
of New York, was largely j
Fred
llafley
of
New
York
was
a
recetr
pany. Last week Mulson wan discharged
the launch until it floated ashore.
attended. Kev. John C. Lord of Nave- j
the employ of the company. It is guest of Ferdinand doBirminghnm.
William DowlinK went huckleberry- from
Mrs. James McClain of New Yorl< sink preached at the church Sunday
alleged that he came back lo the factory
inj? Saturday and got 24 quarts of berries. the
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dny and took a pair of knives spent part of lust week with her cousin morning.
AND OTIIKR SPKCIALTIiiS AT
Miss Lavinia Dowling in visiting rela- usednext
John
McGrath.
in shaving leather. Mulson is
Stewart Cook shipped over 100 barrels
tlvoa a t Stamford, Conn.
thought
to
be
in
New
York.
of buttcrlish last Friday to New York
Mm. A. H. Potter, who is living with
dealers.
Mrs. Howard Hance, left Monday for a Miss Alice (iolden of Scobeyville is
OOEANPORT NEWS.
spending
several
days
with
her
sister,
Frank Valiant, son of Rev. W. T.
two weeks' visit with friends at linlaysMrs. W. K. Morris, who is very sick.
Valiant, was one of the oflicialH at the
• town.
Robert
llluir'a
Improvements
to
Hv
Madison Square Garden bicycle meet
A colored hall was to have been held
Mian Carrie Dowling has returned ill Crescent hall hist Tlmi'mliiy night.
Sloop Completed.
last week.
from a visit to her cousin, Miss Viola Lee VanSchoick, janitor of the hall, reRobert Blair has been busy the pan1
Mrs. Charles Flynn and daughters
Allen of Eatontown. While at Eaton- dined to let the all'air be held without few weeltii repairing hia sloop (iimer: Minnie and Lillian were recent guests
town Miss Dowling was taken very sick, first receiving tin? money for the use of Haurock. lie him ifiven the bout
of Mrs. William Sieben of Keyport.
but she has fully recovered.
tlie hull. . The committee in charj/v of thorouj^h ovrrhiuiliiij^ and it is in first
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Parker arc the ball said they would not pay the class condition. Mr. Ithiir will vine tin
upending a week a t Uem;onhur;;t, Long money until after the festivities were nloop ill hi:i clutimiiiuv business.
Bcoboyvlllo Newt).
Inland,
over and the ball wan not, held.
A fair is beinif held this afternoon b.
The Intent arrivals at the Sickle:) villa
tantor and Irving l.ovett have reMisii Helen Gertrude Kunuiey of Ocean the ladies' aid iiocioty of the Mutliodin' are Mr. and Mrs. Gelnton and sou Howturned from a two weeks' camping trip (Jrov*1 will conduct the service in thechurch and will bn contiiuuMl until Ui ard mid Mr. and Mr:i. W. Blum of New
ttlonij the lmnkii of the Shrewsbury Methodist church Tuesday night. She morrow ni|(ht. 'I'he fair is heing; hel York.
ivi»r in Middletown township.
will be assisted by Miss Morris of Phila- iiiider a lent in Mins Willinnin'ii vncan
Itohorl Laird bus put, a new tiresn in
J, Elwooil Harvey has bought a Ford delphia, a singer.
lot on Mnh) street.
his cider mill and has made oilier im1
>mtrict
Superiutcndont.lohii
H.IIaitH
provements
to the place. The mill will
Union serviced of the Methodist, BapA number of electric lifjhl jioleii nt tist and Presbyterian eluucheii will be- of MaiuuKiuan will |)rt'ach in the Mefb< open on .Saturday.
WIIOMUIAM'! ANI> RETAIL DKAI.KR IN
liittlo Kilvor were ulruck by lightning gin in the Presbyterian church on Sun-dint church iSunday nflornoon, An^us
Mr. mid Mm. William Miller of OceanImmlxu-. S a s h , ISni.rn, ISllndn, Qlaaa
littring a fihower hint week. All the day night, Augunt Dth, when Rev. Henry Dth, at tlnei! o'clocU. Kev. (J«M»r(fi port were Sunday KIICMIH of Mm. 10(1HghU nlong the I.ittlo Silver point loud Cross of Revl Bank will preach. On the Ililhimn will preach the third of n iierin ward Sieklen.
B R O A D A N D SVJOMMOIJTG! ST11EETS.
»ml Ihilliloru' H a r d w a r e ,
i tuuft boon out of commission ever since. following Sunday night Rev. A. I). Betln of ticrnioiiM on "Tho I.ord'11 I'niyi-r
Minn lieuliih Morris of Keyport, is a
will preach in the Baptist church and next Sunday morning. 'I'he mirmoni guest of Miiis Nettie. Foster.
FOR SAfiK -Property of every kind and all priooH.
• KKI) HANK, N. I
oil August Kid Kev. Dwight. L. l'uninim have attracted considerabhi atlcnlio
Miim Kiiiina Kent of New York iipoul
INSl/HANCIi in Old Reliable Companies.
feinting Done Promptly.
and lmvo lu>i>n well attended.
will preach in Mm Methodist church,
la.'it week with Miim Edith Sick Inn.
TO I.K'V Hevoral Htmnon from $2B to IfNO.
Mr.
nmlMrn,
Holmes
SU'kles
of
OceanHev. K. 1'. Reid of Ki'annburp wiin
Mn*. A. Leo Beobey iu visiting at
FURNISHED HOUSES from $200 to $:t,000; on river, Rum ton, l.iltlo
'FJ» JaU-sl de«i(Aa in typography, now
jrueiif of Itev. {ie^oi"}O' Ililhimn p»rt o port wero Sunday vwilorn of thoir HOII, Kilvnv and in town.
types, tho IM'HI kind ana latest istylea of Brooklyn.
Yard nt corner Went and Cheiitnut
Mii.n Mary Jteynoldii of Uochenter, Imit week. Mr. and Mm. ilillman at Edward Hicklos.
AVI'ItAJSINd
I do the appraising for HOIIIO of tho lurgoiil. law firmii and
'ttabgr, w«d prcanmr-n who know their
iitraetn, near railroad.
HIKIBOII Vanllnint upon I. Sunday with corporation!) in tho utat.e.
ifcwfawsw ennblfii) T U B IlBOiaru office to- N, Y., in a irtient of MIBI) Nora Qiiinlnn, l(>ndflil n Inclurn by Hooln-r T. Waiihing
Minn Nellio White of lied Bunk, for- ton lit Ocoiui (irovo bmt Thursday night hiiiHinter, Mm. JolnrNmberlein of Mnrlil up-to-dsto printing- Prompt.
TO LOAN $2,000, $1,000, $1,C>0O, nt S per emit.
boro.
Mm.
Annio
I'rico,
who
bun
been
ver
B nil* ot TUB llmnuwat.—Adv. merly of thin place, him been upending
Connection.
FIlANVtH WHITE.
FAOTOKYi DTINMBK. N. Y.
Porch Rockers, Hammocks, Wall Paper, Settees, and all summer
f
[osiery, Gloves
Patterson
nning si
Cor. Broad and Front Streets, Red Bank.
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CHARLES LEWIS,
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.