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`•yoLUMB xxxix. NO.`as. GIOVPS. BY PUPILS
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RED BANK, N« J;, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1917.
:•'•yoLUMB xxxix. NO.'as.
OAVE HIMSELF OP.
•^SfiMFSr© SauGsci a Los© of $60,000, on ivhlcSi
I '/Insurance of. $38,000 wao Carried—firemfn
&3urS by Collapse of Shed—Aged War Veteran
'•, Rsscubd-Arrowsmlth Post Loses Its War itellca
NEW LAWYER IN TOWN.
Georga Smith Surrender! to Poliei
; and Ie Fined SB.
George Smith, a colored man o:
Central avenue, commonly known as
"Rags," gave himself up to the police
Thursday, Smith had been wanted
Blnce November, 1916, on a charge
of being drunk and disorderly and
.resisting a policeman.' He escaped
at that time and left Red Bank, but
he returned to town a few days ago,
Tho police got on his trail and no
pave himself up. : Recorder Johnson
imposed a fine of $5, Smith paid
the fine and was discharged.
Harry Truax Becomes Associated
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with John S. Applegate, Jr.
COUNCIL CONSIDERS BUYING
Harry Truax of Long Branch has
IT FOR LIBERTY COMPANY.
become associated .with John S. ApBusiness Men Send Letters Urging; plegate, Jr., in the letter's law busithe Officials to Buy Chemical. En- ness at Red Bank. Mr. Truax was a
gine—Special Meeting on the Mat- reporter on The Register seventeen
years ago. For a number of years
ter Next Monday.
The flre Saturday morning wns re- he has been a lawyer with offices at
sponsible for making the flre depart- Long Branch. . His law offices at
ment the principal topic of discussion Long Branch will be continued, but
at Monday night's: council meeting. he expects to spend almost his entire
Tho proposal to buy a chemical en- time at Red Bank hereafter. He
gine, for Liberty flre company was made many friends at Red Bank durrevived and a special meeting will be ing the time he was on The Register's
held Monday night to take'up this staff and he has received a warm
matter and to take other action to welcome from these old-time acincrease the flre equipment of the quaintances.
town. Letters urgjng the officials to
buy apparatus for^ Liberty company
were' received front Cook & Oakley,
•Fred H. VanDOrnaJacob Kridel, R.
Hanco & Sons, M. M. Davidson, William O'Brien, Millard F. Tetley and
Adlern & Co.
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^ MISS GRACE CHILD'S SCHOOL
CELEBRATED HOLIDAYS.
William CriBpell. the fire chief,
made application for 2,500 feet of Patriotic Program Rendered Last
Wednesday Afternoon .in Comhose ana for other firemen's supplies.
It was decided to buy $500 worth of
memoration of Washington's, Linhose at once and to] take up the matcoln's and Longfellow'* Birthdays,
ter of buying more hose next Monday
A patriotic entertainment in celenight.- The other supplies wanted by bration of the birthdays of George
Mr. Crispell were ordered bought A Washington, Abraham Lincoln and
vote of thanks and iS25 was given to Henry W. Longfellow, which occur
,West8lde flre company of Shrewsbury in February, was given last Wednestownship in appreciation of the serv- day afternoon by the pupils of Miss
ice done by that company at the flre. Grace Child's private school on WalTho firemen who jwere kept away lace street. Mothers, of some of the
from their jobs Saturday will each participants were present and the
receive $3 from the town, Thi3 bill entertainment was of unusual merit,
amounts to S177." •
The children were dressed in cfos' Recorder Moses L. Johnson turned
of the characters which they
in a report, showing that 25 persons tumes
represented. Songs v^ere sung by
had been arrested the past month and the
and Raymond Tierney rethat $21 had been collected in fines. citedschool
a story of the flag. Original
Five of those arrested were sent to
tho county jail, eight were fined, one stories of Washington, Lincoln and
was locked up in'.the borough jail, Longfellow were given by Elizabeth
and eleven were'discharged. The re- Shoemaker, Edwin G. Adams, Kath-:
port of Harry H. Clayton,; chief of erine Kennedy, Douglas Hendrick
police, showett that' fourteen arrests son, Jacqueline Hoffmire, Ida Rietta
Pichler, Rosemary Tierney and Marwere made the past two weeks.
garet Mount. Longfellow poems
Exempt firemen's certificates wero wete recited by Ernestyne Brackett,
issued to Alphonso M. Gaskill and Donald Root, Laddie Bunn and MarWilliam H. Duncan.
garet Kennedy. "Ten Little HatchCollector William M. Thompson ets" were recited by Walter Douglas,
turned in a report showing- uncol- Nancy Leach, Dons Borden, Biddle
lected taxes of 111,000 for.the post Garrison, Margaret Shutts, Herbert
three years. The trolley company McClees, Jacqueline Hoffmire, Marhas paid no taxes during that time garet Mount, Louise Rathbone and
and most of the other taxes are on Margaret Kennedy,
personal property owned by persons
A playlet entitled "The Making of
who have moved out of town. The
mayor and council, the collector and Old Glory" was given and a flag with
the assessor will hold a joint meeting thirteen stars in a circle, similar to
to go over the list of uncollectea the original American flag, was
shown in the play. The characters
taxes.
the playlet were taken by ElizaCouncilman Charles P. Irwin stated in
Shoemaker, Rosemary Tierney,
that the board of education wanted beth
to buy coal for the schoolhouses in Katherine Kennedy, Virginia Grattan,
Raymond Tierney, Arthur B.
conjunction with the council when
coal was bought for the water works, Borden and Edwin G. Adams. Virborough hall and the firehouses. Mr. Jnia Grattan took the place of DorIrwin stated that by buying the coal othy Grover, who was unable to be
in this manner at the mines the ex- present. After the entertainment
pense would, be much less than by cakes and candy cherries were served.
buying it from Red Bank dealers', as
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has been done in the past. Mr. Irwin
COMING SCHOOL ELECTION.
was authorized to follow this course.
George W. Chandler offered to Appropriations Are $6,251 Leis than
audit the books of-the collector for
Last Year.
$260. The councilinett Voted to give
iS'approprfations/to bevoted^on
him the job.
at the coming school election were
Bills to-the amount,of $8,268,68 fixed by the Red Bank board of eduwere paid and a note for that amount cation Thursday night. THe approwas ordered placed in the Second priations amount to $41,288, as
national bank,
against $47,539 last year. The election will be held Tuesday night,
March 20th, at half-past seven
o'clock. The appropriations are as
follows: '
* . r The Child building on Broad Btreet of the shed collapsed. A heavy wo
•,was destroyed by firo early Satur- snow was falling and trie weight of
day morning. Two stores; A barbel this snow proved too much for the THEY DEFEATED LAKEWOOD
SATURDAY NIGHT.Bhop, three offices, a lodge room am roof, some of the supports of which
three living 'apartments, togethei had burned. Tho firemen who were
with nearly all their contents, were under the shed lafrto get away, but Bis Gathering- Heard Debate on Compulsory Arbitration of Railroac'
licked up by the flames. The only several of them were struck by fall
DUputoi—Atlantic Highland! Do
part of the building left standing ing timbers.
feati Long Branch;
is the brick wall enclosing it. The
Frank Heskoth was knocked down
The Red Bank high school debatBide walls are all right, but the fronf and was in a semi-unconscious condi'and rear walls will probably havi tion for a short time. He was taken ing team defeated Lakewood high
to be rebuilt. The owners intern to Schroedor's drug store, where he school last Friday night in the Red
to erect a new building OB soon ai soon revived under the treatment of Bank high school auditorium. A big
tho insurance Is adjusted.
Dr. William D. Sayre.
Clifford attendance was present notwith. The total loss is $00,000 nnd i Stiles was knocked down by the fall standing the stormy Weather. One
partly covered with insurance o. of the, ehed roof, but the only in- section of the auditorium was occu.988,000. The building Is sixty feel juries he received were a few pied by pupils of the school and besquare and was valued at $86,000, scratches and bruises. Fred" Gill and fore and.after the debate and at inft was insured, for $27,006. Th( Clarence Beck were badly bruised on tervals in .the debate the pupils gave
Owners were William and Joseph W, their legs. Mr. Boteler was over- the school cheers under the leaders
Child, Miss Grace Child and Mist come with smoke while he was in the Bhip of William Smith, the cheer
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Sadie Child. Next to them the Child store. He staggered outside leader.
heaviest loser was Mrs, Esther Rose, and fell unconscious on the sidewalk. , The question debated was compulowner of the Marcus millinery store. Under Dr. Sayre's treatment he sory arbitration of railroad disputes.
Practically all her stock of goods was quickly revived. Other firemen were Red Bank had the affirmative side.
destroyed. Her loss -will reach hurt but none of them waa injure" Homer Methot, John Kumpel and
Paul Stillman were the speakers for
$11,000 and she carried insurance badly enough to be laid up,
Red Bank. Cornelius Ferry was al• jof $6,500.
The
two
automobile
fire
engines
. Another heavy Joser was Samuel did splendid work and the firemen ternate, The Lakewood speakers
were Paul Newman, Nathan Meyer
Cardner, who had a barber shop on
than sustained their reputation and Alfred Cinder. Alex Feldstein
the first floor of the building and more
for
efficiency
and
bravery.
DeBpite
who lived on the third floor. All the the large amount of water used in was, alternate. Methot and Meyer
gave the rebuttals. Each speaker
fixtures and furniture in his barber fighting
the flre, there was never any was generously applauded. The Red
shop were burned and he also lost danger of
lack
of
water.
The
buildBank
debaters gave their arguments
nearly everything in the rooms which ing ! was a veritable roaring furnace.
he and his family occupied. Mr, Flames swept from the top and sides more clearly and forcefully than
Cardner's loss was $2,000 and he of it and dense clouds of smoke their opponents. Tha judges were
Leon K. Willman of Asbury Park,
. carried no insurance. He is a young shrouded
business sections of and A. C. Lee and H. C. Mann of
man who WOB married only a short Broad and the
Front
streets,
making
obForth
Amboy. Red Bank's next de
time ago and who has been engaged jects only a few feet away indiscernin business only.a few months. The* ible. The second and third floors of bate will .be with the Ocean Grove
high school, which defeated the As
flre wiped out practically everything
building gave way and the crash bury Park high school last Friday
. he owned, and his misfortune has the
of
the
falling
timbers
mingled
with
night.
excited much sympathy for him,
roar and crackle of the flames.
Dancing was enjoyed in the school
How'the flre started is not known the
Several buildings on Front street hall after last Friday night's debate.
James Larkin, who is employed as were
directly in the path of the flre, " The Atlantic Highlands high school
a baker by Child Bros!, was the last and these would soon have been
person in the firm's store before the ablaze except for the fact that they won the debate from the Long Branch
blaze broke out He went to the were protected by a thick covering high school Friday night at Long
store at one o'clock to get the order of snow on the roofs. Jacob Kridel's Branch. About'sixty enthusiastic Atslip's for early morning deliveries of building caught flre near tho sky- lantic Highlands supporters attended
bread. Mr. Larkin took the slips to light, but the firemen climbed up on the de~bate and they made more noise
the firm's bakery on West street. the'roof and put put the blaze, The than the 400 Long Branch adherents.
There was no smoke nor any other damage there WQB small, but two The debated question was on comaigns of fire while' Mr. Larkin was cases of goods in the cellar of the pulsory arbitration in disputes on
railroads. Atlantic Highlands's teamin the store.
store were ruined by water. Some
, Shortly after two o'clock' the rear slight damage'of the same sort was was composed of Leo Whitehead, Lilportion of the building was discov- also done in tho furniture and hard- lian Katz and Elizabeth Linson. William Patterson was alternate. The
ered to be ablaze. The fire was ware store of R, Han'ce & Sons,
Long Branch
debaters were Howard
kinder.tremendous headway and how
:
Alston
Beekman,
who
had
a
law
it could have got so far advanced in office in the building,' suffered a flre Mujlin, Lillian Jtelsman and Mary
Hand. /The judges were Dr. William
pn hour's time soems almost inexof; ?8,B0O, which .was covered M. Thompson and Henry C. Talrrmge
plicable. In what port of. the build- loss
with
insurance.
His
owe.
furniture
ing the flre began is libt,known,,but 'and,hfs;'la[w,library were"destroyed, of Bed'. Bank,jind"Judger-Wulter
on examination fchich was niado sjin- but .the. papers and. business corre- Taylor of Afibury Pork, The, Atlan-.
tic Highlands team will debate with
day mornltitf.Bhowod that it did hot
in his safe and steel filing Freehold high school on Friday,
(originate In Me basement. This part spondence
case,
escaped
damage.
.
Mr..
Beekman
of the building, although almost has opened a temporary office;in tho March 28dr at the Majestic.theater
at Atlantic Highlands on the regularuined by heat and water, was not Eisner building.
tion of the price of food stuffs.
damaged by flames. The basement
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Dr.
H.
A.
Tllton,
another'
tenant
was used for making^pies, .crullers
bnd cakes. Child Bros, /had in- in tho Child building, lost nearly
FOR AN EINTRACHt HOME.
tended next month to transfer the everything. The value of. the goods
expenses
..J3W0S8
manufacture, of this pastry to their destroyed was $2,600 and Dr. Til- Red Bank Singing Society Railing NEW ORGANIZATIONS FORMED Current
Manual training
2,000
Monoy for New Building.
plant on W«st street. Most of the ton carried an-insurance of $1,600.
Repairs
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3,ooo
- machinery in the basement is nil .Every article ,in tho lodge room
300
The Eihtracht singing society of AT LEONARDO HIGH SCHOOL, Evening school
ranted by Arrowsmith post was Red Bank has begun.a campaign to
The terms of Japhia Clayton, MatSeveral Bandi Organized Wednei['Tfjtermari.Sass, who lives In rooniB burned. Most of these things were raise money for a home for the1 soday Afternoon—The Member* Will thew Rue, Sr., and Alfred Botticher
jbver Frank Weller's store on Broad relics of the civil war, among them ciety, • Herman 'Ritzau, Augustus
Hold •, Bazar in the Fall to Buy will expire as members of the board
fetnjet, turned in the alarm.: Hi; being a sword which was used by Klelnschmidt and Alfred Felder have
Uniforms.
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Col.
Arrowsmith.
These
old
relics
.wife was sick and whilo he was getbeen appointed a committee to buy
Several groups or bands of Girl
ting some medicine for'her, he saw were valuable chiefly on account of an automobile which will be dispQsejl
SHED FELL ON HIM.
jij .-lho r flames. . After turning in the sentimental associations and there IE of on the co-operative plan. The Pioneers were formed last' Wednesf nlarrn Mr. Sass broke open the door ho. way to estimate their worth. money will' be applied to the fund day afternoon at the Leonardo high Isaiah Patterson's Ribs Fractured in
Mrs. Frank Billnrd of LeonI! of the Child-Btore. The heat was in- They included.some fine oil paintings. for "the new home.. The society ex- school.
Shrewsbury Accident.
wilKhave charge of the groups.
| | tense and Mr. Sass sayB the door The only things which the veterans pects to spend $10,000 for the new ardo
Carpenters employed by Harry G.
Florence Brand of River Plaza,
ill knob was rattling, as though somo- 'did; not lose were twoT large silk building. It will have a large meet- Miss
at the school, helped to form Borden were tearing down a shed on
bno was shnking.it. He tried to get American flags which were used at ing room, -dance hall, living apart- teacher
the organization. Miss Brand has J. Wright Brown's place at Shrewsinside' tho building, but-could not the preparedness meeting at the town ments for a janitor, dining room and had considerable experience in this bury last Thursday when the buildkitchen. One of the principal rea„ withstand the, smoke and heat Ar- hall Friday night.
work. - The girls will hold a bazar in ing collapsed. Some of the timbers
i/ thur G. Sickles, who lives over his ' Another tenant in the building sons why the. society plans to build the fall, the proceeds of which will struck Isaiah Patterson of Oceanport
was Rudolph Malchow. A piano, two a new home is that the present quar- be used to buy Girl Pioneer uniform^
pjumbing
shot)
on
Front
street,
BSW
r and two of his ribs were fractured.
the; fire at about the same time as violins and all his furniture-were ters of the society are hot large which i are somewhat similar to .mo,
girl f-Charles Ostrander was on the roof
enough to accommodate the big
Mr. Sass. He tried'to use Jiis tele- destroyed. His loss was' $500 and he crowds
scout
uniforms.
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of the shed and he was bruised and
which have: been attending
phone to notify the flremon, but the carried insurance of $200. • : • •'. .: ' *hc affairs
given by the society.
The -girls who joined the groups shaken up. Some of tho other carflre had burned away the. wires and .Fighting fire inNi Bnow storm
are Isabelle Gulick, Hattle Bade, penters who were on the roof were
made - disagreeable - and strenuous
the,telephone-was out of use.
Bntterfaas, Daisy Casey, Mar- bruised and cut, but none of them
. .The entire Red Bank fire depart- work for the firemen, but there were PUPILS SURPRISE TEACHER. Marie
ion Sherman, Ruth Clayton, Louisa was seriously hurt.
foent responded- to the alarm... They compensating .features. Hot coffee
Margaret Lang, Alice
worked efficiently, and rapidly and and Sandwiches, made by Misses Rsd. Bank Hobrov Sunday-School Hendrickson,
Conover, Gladys McLoughlin, GerBOOS' had several, stream* directed Phoebe-'and Bessie Whitft. were; at
Gavo a Party Lost Week.
Meeting of Royal Arcanums.
trude,
Logan,
Anna Hendrickson,
'on the burning building. The -fire the disposal bf the men and Harry G.
Pupils of the Red Bank Hebrew Nana.Helwig, Jule Maioney, Claire
A district meeting of the Royal
WOB a hard one to-fight. Tho flames Degenring kept his store open as a Sunday-school gave a surprise, party Johnson, Myrtle Sage, Mildred Sage, Arcanum
councils of this locality will
Bfamed to have eaten their way into placed for the men to eat Mr. Deg- for their teacher, Rev. P. Mendelson Catherine Wilson, Marion Miles,
held at the rooms of the Red Bank
iBVory part of the building and con- enring made his entire Btock of bot- if Monmouth street, on ,.Tuesday Rhoda and Hilda Southall, Adelaide be
tomorrow night. Professional
stantly they would brook out at some tled goods available for flremon who night of last week at the Sunday- Riochmnnn, Louisa MacPhee, Sarah council
entertainers, including Miss Beack
unloosed for place. Several times felt the need of a stronger stimulant school rooms. Games were played Hanson, Ruth Hillyer, Viola Kipp, will
be
present
will
It pppeared as if the blaze was well than coffee. Benjamin Blom gave and songs were rendered by the May Woodward, Anna Brainard, be present from Representatives
the Lone Branch,
under control. At one period this the firemen the run of his delicatos- pupils. Those present were Sara Catherine Williams, Leona Carhart, Asbury Park, Lakewood
ana Freehold
scorned so true that the spectators Ben store, nnd Harry Hubbard kept and Rose Lipack, Rose and Jennie Madeline MacNamara, Katherino councils.
began to go horrie. The fire at that Schroeder's drug store open all night Beckenstein, Lillian and Alice Mind- White, Leona Crosbie, Edna Chaptlmo was confined almost entirely to for ilremon^vyvho wcro injured. Dr. lin, Anna SiminofF, Jacob and man, Rose MncNamara, Helen BoBoat Builder Hurt.
the store of Child Bros. Suddenly Arley Munson opened her office nnd Abraham SimlnofT, Sara Belgrad; eckel, Madeline Doucette, Pearl DouJames Chadwick of Harrison, avethe, blaze burst out with renewed placed her services at the disposal of Sara nnd Rose Klatchy, Sidney cetto, Beatrice Boeckel. Esther Letts
vigor and every pnrt of the Marcus Dr. Sayre, the fire department phy- Melsstrich, Harry Welnstein, Fran- nnd Mary Donnelly. The leaders are nue was cut on two of his fingers
Storo seemed to be in flames. It is sician. Dr. Helen F. .Gibson also had ces Becker, Ethel Schall nnd Irving Mrs. Morton Southall, Miss Juliet with a circular saw last Thursday at
Pierre A. Proal'a boat works. Mr.
U • thought that the heat from tho flre hor office open nnd she made, it her Friodlander.
Tho committed in Cruser and Miss Frances Chamber- Chadwick was taken in Mr. Proal's
in tho Child store cnusod spontane- work to sohd telephone messages to charge of the affair was Lillian lain.
automobile to the Long Branch hosous combustion in the Marcus Btore. business mon whose places wero Mlndlin, Jennie Beckonstein nnd
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ital, where his injuries were dressed.
Between JJ'»-+jvo Btorcs was a stair- threatened by the flre.
The" Beit Dreiied Woman in Red Ie haB since been laid up.
Anna Siminoff..
Westslde firo comprny-of Shrewsway leau. , do the offices on the
Bank.
second''floor, and this stairway was bury; township was sent for, and its
.t a recent social gathering in
MAIL CONTRACT AWARDED.
Notice.
work was of tho same character,as
'pny slightly damaged. ''
Red Bank, the attire of a popular
'•'•• Threcr families lived on the third that of the Red- Bank department. Jacob Eurich to Get Job Which Van- resident was greatly admired and thoj Mr. J. "H. Taylor had an auction
sale
at
his
residence
at Red Bank,
floor of. tho -building and all of thorn All, the' flromen worked until daytopic of much favorable conversation N. J., of his farm implements, stock
Allen Soulo Now Hat.
had narrow escapes. The Cardhors light and some of them wero on duty
y
those
present.
The
lady
appreciand household goods, on February
The contrnct for carrying tho mail
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barely hnn time to dross and get out all day Saturday,
ated the compliments and then told
Saturday noon a watch and four between Red Bank nnd Rumson has the others that she Had acquired the 28th, 1917. Everything brought good
'tof tho building. 'Fritz Woborling,
prices and Mr. Taylor was much
been
awarded
to
Jacob
Eurich
of
Red
' who'is 70 years old" ami who is a rings owned by. Mrs. Cardner" were
new "creation" at A. Salz & Co.'s.
pleased with the sale. He was wise,
Veteran of tho Franco-Prussian war, found in the ruins. Some clothing Bank. Mr. Eurich will, begin his
If
you
wish
to
be
dressed
in
absohe got the old and reliable, money
did not awaken until after the flre belonging.to tho Cardner family wns work July 1st. Tho contract has lutely correct taste and at modest getter at his sales. He was at tho
ilind started to oat into tho room ho OIBO found on" tho third floor and'this boon hold by VnnAllon Soulo of Rum- prices. It will ropny you to inspect holm himself. Who was tho auctionion
tho
past
two
years.
Mr.
Eurich
occupied. The blaze was under ouch was lowered.in a basket to tho street.
the advance now spring showings of eer?- Why, Charles'D. Smith was the
The Child building was constructed vlll continue his shoo repairing busi- coats, Buits, dresses, Bkirts and auctioneer.—-advertisement.
great headway that it was impossible for him to lenvo the building n 1888 by the Into Joseph W. and 1033 on Mechanic street and will buy blouses, hosiery, gloves, etc.; also
by tho stairway. A "ladder was put Henry J. Child. . They wore brothers. an automobile for use in carrying the dress goods, silks, georgette cropes,
Change of Office Hours.
. p(p imd boforo the top of it rested Joseph Child bequeathed his share mail. Ho will make three trips daily. etc., displayed by Red Bank's modern
Dr. H. F. Gibson, eye, ear. nose
/against tho building Reuben White of tho property to his widow. After
department store, embracing a score and
throat
specialist, will be in the
Meaiure
Your
Pictureit
of specialty ,shops nnd whore tho
nnd W. G. Botelor woro nimbly climb- the death of Henry, J. Child his porFrames fitted free while sale is on, courteous employees take pleasure in office at 17 Broad street Tuesday,
Ing It. With their assistance Mr. tion of tho proporty wns bought by and
10 per cent oft* on all regular showing tho season's new arrivals.— Thursday and Friday mornings, 9:00
» Webei'llng : descended the ladder, ;ho widow of Joseph Child, ' She be- prices.
to 12:00, and Mondays, Thursday!
MenBuro your pictures. 20x Advcrtiscm'6nt.
Tho only things ho saved from tho queathed tho place to tho present 24 frames,
and Fridays, 2:00 to 4:00. Othci
85 cents; 10x20 frames,
flre wcro the clothes ho woro. The four ownors, who are her children.
hours
by appointment Phono 720,
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0
cents;
14x17
frames,
40
conta;
Develop the hnbit of remembering
other occupants of tho building were
imaller sizes in proportion. Glass ,ho nnmo and addrcen whon you Want —Advertisement.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Little, nn aged
Lndloi Who. Find Fault
ixtra. Bring in your own glass. Wo :a have your clothes elenned, dyed,
couple. They loft ht about tho snmo with donning, pressing nfld ropairlng vill
cut and lit it f ru« uf ehurgo. Tho j)ro3sod or repaired, Cohen Brothers,
Max Levinsky, proprietor of tho
tlmo that tho Canlnoi-B oscnped. Mr. ought by all menns try our work. Dickopf
Art Sliop.—Advertisement. 18 West Front streot, Red Bank. Red Bank steam and dye works, West
tittle lost $20 in ensh,
It's bound to please everyone, SatisFront
Btreot, will until furthpr notice
Phono 778-M. Where all cars stop.
One of tho first things which tho fying customers is our business, Try
be nt tho Rod Bank storo each day
Why surfer from nuthmn and bron'
firemen did was to got tho horses us and see. Ever have^your clothes ihitls? You dont hnvo to suiter from —Advertisement.
until three o'clock.
After three
nnd wngons out'of the barn In tho iresscd tho Hoffman way? You'd like isthma and bronchitis. • Tako Kino'clock daily he will be nt his LakeMen's Storm Shoes.
renr of the Child store. The burn
month's Asthma and1 Bronchitis Rom- of tan Norwegian calf skin, soils- wood branch,—Advertisement.
did not catch fire, but at first its
Red Bank SteW and Dye Works, edy nnd you will get quick and per- damp proof, yet light and drossy.
destruction seemed curtain.
A clephono 15-R Red Bank, N. J. manent rojiof, Kept by all dri&gists. Style No. 393 at $6,05. Stoinbach
Free Wines.
Witgon which wns standing outside Sstablished 1910.—Advertisement.
"^rlco $ly—Advortinomont. .
1o., Asjmry Pnrk.—Advortlsomont.
A bottle of good California port,
of tho birn caught lire and was
shorry or claret, given away- free
ruined. Benonth'n shed In tho renr
i. Tha Storo for'Mon.
Rex Strip SMnglea.
D. R. Tanner will lecture on tho with our dollar a full quart Cabinet
of the store, woro several flremon
This week a special Bhowihg of new
Low in cost, permanent in color, "High Cost of Living" at the1 town whlokoy every Saturday. J.v I. Monwho wcro ''Uroctlnir streams of water soft hats. Stoinbach Co,; Asbury ong of life, lino them and have no hall March 8th, at 8:00 p. m. Adi iky, 10 East Front otroot, Rod Bank
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Harry A. Hawkins Elected Secretary Over iVIyroia
E. Slater by a Vote of 4 to 3—Dr. Walter A. RuOIman Hade President and Richard Applega?®;
Treasurer—Rflany Acrimonious Arguments.
The new board of health of Red
Bank organized Thursday night at a
meeting which teemed with acrimonious, arguments, roll call votes,
secret ballots and long flights of oratory. Scarcely any two members of
the board had the eame opinion on
any matter acted on, and although
the amount of business done was not
gitat so much time was spent in arguing that the meeting did rot adjourn until nearly midnight. Seven
members constitute the board and all
of them were present. They ate Dr.
Walter'A. Rullman, Edward J. Slatteiy, Harry A. Hawkins, RicharJ Apple-gate, Eden Ewing, Willis A. Clayton and Myrcn E. Slater.
Mr, Slattery, the only member of
last year's board who remains in office, culled the meeting to order. Dr.
Rullman was unanimously chosen
temptrary chairman of the meeting
•md was later chosen president of the
board. This was the only question
acted on during the entire evening
on which thero was not a division oi
opinion.
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Mr, Rullman, upon taking the
chair, called for nominations f/jr temporary secretary. Mr. Hawkins was
nominated by Mr. Slattery,and Jlr,
Slater was nominated by Mr. Clayton.
Mr. Hawkins was the winner, the vote
being 4 to 3 in his favor. Nominations for secretary of the board wero
then asked for, and Mr. Hawkins and
Mr. Slater were again put forward
as candidates. Mr. Hawkins was
again elected, the vote being the
same as before—4 to 3; The voting
was done by ballot. The secretary
gets a salary of $135 a year, and he
also gets fees from the recording of
births, marriages and deaths. This
makes his total compensation about
?2O0.
there wasn't any difference, except
that Mr. Frey and Mr. Sickles had
more influence than Mr. Keeler. Mr.
Ewirig was severe in his remarks as •
to Mr. Delatush's work, and Mr. Delatush defended himself by sayinz
that the health board had never notified him not to pass Mr. Frey's and
Mr. Sickles's work.
A motion was made to employ
John S. Applegate, Jr., to prosecute
all plumbers without licenses, but it
was not seconded and nq action wa3
taken on i t The Italian owner of
the West Red Bank house wanted to
know -what he Bhould do. Ho was
told to engage a licensed plumber to
finish the job, arid Mr. Delatush would
thenpass on the work. There was
considerable conversation about compelling some plumbers to pay a fee
and to take an examination while allowing other plumbers to do business
without licenses.
Mr. Slater turned in a suggestion
in writing that the secretary be reuired to spend an hour each day at
ie borough hall to hear complaints
fromthe citizens.' Dr. Rullman, Mr.
Clayton, Mr. Ewing and Mr. Slater
had previously endorsed the suggestion by signing their names to it. Mr.
Hawkins said it was not necessary
for him to spend an hour at the town
hall each day. He said the citizens
could always find him at his office.
Mr. Slattery said Mr. Slater's proposal was ridiculous. Mr. Slattery
made a motion that Mr. Hawkins not
be required to spend an hour at the
town hall each day. The motion was
defeated by a vote of 4 to.3. Mr.
Slater then made a speech in favor
of his suggestion and made a motion
that Mr. Hawkins be compelled to
spend an hour at the town hall each
day. This motion was carried by a
vote of 4 to 3.
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Nominations for treasurer of the
delegation of milk dealers, with
board next came up. Mr. Applegate W.A A,
VanSchoick as their spokesand Mr. Ewing werg put up as rivals man, was
at the meeting. They
for this job, Mr. Ewing declined to wanted several
features of the milk
accept the nomination and Mr. Ap- ordinance repealed,
Mr. VatfSchoick
plegate was declared elected.
said there were certain requirements
Applications for appointment as of the ordinance which were almost
health officer were read from Dr. impossible for the dairy farmers to
William H. Lawes and William H. comply with. Mr. VanSchoick also"
Pope. Mr. Slattery Etated he had a complained that the milk ordinance
proposition to make which would sur- had not been impartially enforced.
prise his associates and which if car- He said that he and somo of the other
ried out would save money for the dealers had rebuilt their dairy plants
taxpayers. His proposition was that at an expense of $600 each in order
the offices of health inspector and to comply with the ordinance. Other .
plumbing inspector be combined and rnilk dealers, he said, had done noththat he t>6 appointed' to perform the ing and were not only violating the
duties of both offices. He offered to law but were putting out milk which
serve for a salary of $1,000 for this was unfit for use.
"ear, ?l,100 for next year and $1,290
Mr. Slattery urged that the ordifor the following year. The salary
of Neb A. Nelson, the former health nance be modified along the lines ad- inspector, was $1,200 a year. J. C. vocated by Mr. VanSchoick and that
Delatush is the present plumbing in- the ordinance be enforced without
spector. His pay is based on the fee special favors to any milkman. He
system. Last year he got $564. The said that the only result of enforcing
general sentiment in favor of paying the ordinance in its present form
salaries to officials and turning all would be to drive every dairy farmer
fees in to the public treasury has and milkman out of business and giro
grown greatly in recent years, and the milk trust arid a few millionaire
almost all county and state offices farm owners a complete monopoly
which formerly were on the fee sys- of the milk business. He said that
the present ordinance would also retem are now pn a salary basis. „
quire the construction of a costrj
Mr. Slattory's proposition Ijroughtj laboratory. There was a lot of other'
on a long argument. Mr. Slater op- talk about the matter, but no action
posed the^appointment, stating that as taken.
he doubted if a health inspector were
The board decided to hold meetnecessary at all or not. He was inclined to believe, he said, that the ings on the first and third Thursdays
of
each month instead of only on tho
town would not suffer by not having
a health inspector. Mr. Ewing made first Thursday of each month.
Mr. Slater was employed to engage)'
some remarks-along the same line.
Mr. Hawkins advocated the appoint- two drivers and teams to dean out
the
dump on Elm place and empty
ment of Mr. Slattery to We dual job
of health inspector and plumbing in.* its contents in a swamp, Daniel Herspector. Mr. Delatush said it would bert,' the garbage contractor, will
be bnd for the town to consolidate contribute two teams, wagons and
the two jobs,, and he urged the board drivers for the work and the owner
to reappoint him as plumbing in- of the swamp will contribute a team,
wagon and driver.
spector. . : .
Mr. Herbert was before the board
A motion was made to lay over with a complaint about the citizens
the appointment of the health in- of the town not preparing gnrbago
spector and the plumbing inspector. for collection in the proper manner.
A verbal vote was taken on this mo- Mr. Herbert got in an argument with
tion, but it failed to Bhow whether Mr. Slattery, during the course o£
the motion was carried or not and which Mr. Slattery advocated that
then a vote by ballot was taken. The garbage be collected by the town in- '
vote was 5 to 2 in favor of laying stead of by the contractor. No acover the matter. Mr. Slattery then tion was taken on Mr. Herbert's comsuggested that he be made health in- plaint _ _ _ ^
spector without pay until a health
inspector is appointed. He has acted
in this capacity the past two months, BILL COLLECTOR ARRESTED.
Mr. Slattery stated that his object in Charlei Pine? Under Bail for Talons'
making application for the job of
Goods from Home.
health inspector and plumbing inCharles Piney, who is employed as
spector was not that he wanted the
salary of the office. He said that his a salesman and collector by J. D.
present salary as a master plumber Norris, was arrested last week on
for William O'Brien is larger than a charge of taking a stove, several
tho salary .which he would receive rugs and other goods from Mrs, Helen
from the town and tho work is less E. Compton's house at -Fort Mononerous than that of plumbing in- mouth. The goods taken had been
spector. Mr, Slattery said his sole sold to Mrs. Compton on the installobject in applying for the job was ment plan, and it is said that Mr.
that he was interested in tho welfare Pinoy took them from Mrs. Compof tho town. After some argument ton's house illegally, Mr. Pinoy had
the health board members authorized a hearing before Justice Wise and
him to act as health inspector with- was held under $100 bail to await the
out pay until a regular health in- notion of the grand jury.
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Thomas Cook and George Hughes
woro renppointed members of tho
plumbers' examining board.
Mr. Delatush reported that Bert
Kooler was doing plumbing work
without a plumber's license, and
thero was a long discussion na to what
should be done with Mr, Keoler, Mr.
Kooler has been working on a plumbing job in a new houso at West Red
Bank, and tho owner of the house
was at tho meeting, The owner is
an Italian, Ho said that Mr. Delatush had refused to pass on the work
dono by Mr. Kooler and that this had
caused tho work on tho house to bo
hold up. Mr. Dolntush said that ho
wouldn't pass on Koelor'a plumbing
work because Kooler didn't have a
license. Mr. Ewinp said he didn't seo
why Mr. Dolatush should mako a
dead sot against ICeolcr whon Howard Froy and Arthur Q. Sickles woro
allowed to do plumbing work without
a llconso, He said Mr. Dolatush continually passed on work done by theso
mon.
Mr... Dolntush itnid that Mr.
Froy and,Mr. Slcldos hnd not taken
out licensor tho past two yonrs, but
had taken out licenses in previous
years, Ho snld Keolor'p enso was
(lifToront locauso lio hnd never taken
out a license, Mr. Ewlng declared
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Although the .fire in the Child
building Saturday morning caused us
a little uneasiness for a few hours,
fortunately wo wero not visited by
the flre and wero not harmed in any
way. Wo nre still doing business,
despite reports-to tho contrary, at
tho samo location and with n comploto line, of the newest things in
ready-to-wear gnrments for' ladies.
Tho very latest in spring attire Is now
on display here for your approval
and your inspection of theso late
models is solicited. Tho Rose Shop,
4 and 0 Broad street, Red Bank.—»
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Notico of Mooting.
Notice IB hereby given that a mooting of thofltocltlioltlors.oftho Holmdol
cemotory compuny will bo holll Mona>
day, March 12th, at ten o'clock a. ml,
at tho iitorc of John W. Hanco,
Jonathan I. Holmes, Socrotary,
jAdvortisomont.
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Horioi For Sals '
at my stnblcd, Globe court, Rod Dank,
consisting of muted pairs and nlnglo
horses of tho light kind, that will suit
for nil farm purposes, and thoy Kiinrnntoo thomuclvea, Danlol Errlckton,
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Graded Streets.
Water from Minnesink Mains.
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Graded Lots.
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Trolley infront of Property. ~
Guaranteed Titles.
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High Class Residence Neighborhood.
These are things you get when you buy a home site at Minnesink Park. Beside^ these things you get a
lot at a price which ensures you constantly increasing value.i";
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Two Housos For Sale a8 ^llraneslnlt; Parlt.—I have two houses for sale at MinnesinkPark, which will be sold for less than the houses cost, to eay nothing of the value of the lots. Houses are
-well built, well planned, and have modern improvements. Titles Perfect They will be sold for a email sum down. Balance can remain on mortgage, to be paid off in installments if desired.
A Californian who had "struck it rich " in gold
mining invested all his money in river front lands
in that state. Some of his friends asked him why
he did it. "There are a lot of babies born in California every year, aren't there ?" he asked. "Yes,"
they replied, "but what has that got to do with
i t ? " " Well," he rejoined, "there isn't any more
river front land being born every year."
That Californian had the right view of things.
He knew that river front lands are very desirable.
He knew that when river front lands are taken up
no more can be "born." The supply is used up.
Only three river front lots are left on Shrewsbury Heights. They are $500 each. They are on
a high bluff, with fine shade trees, and they have
a fine view both up and down the river.
Approved and Improved!
Heating
Plumbing
Roofing*
Water Systems
Copper Work
Earthen and Iron Pipe.
KED BANK and SEA BRHQH1*
PHOTO Or A . R. . COICMAN
The picture above shows a new house owned by Mrs. Thomas S. Hubbard at Hubbard Park, in East Red
Bank. It was built at a cost of $7,000' as an investment. It is 30x41 feet and has nine rooms, four bathrooms, two lavatories and a laundry. The bathrooms have tile floors and the floors of ..the other rooms are
of hardwood. Paneled ceilings and casement windows are used throughout the house. A bay window is on
the south side. In the living room is a large fireplace. The house is provided with all modern improvements.
It has been rented by Norman Hoyt of Chestnut, street and he will move in it next week. William H. KJWhite was the contractor. Elvin Frake did the mason, work, Charles Hobrough was the plumber, Harvey &
Mahoney were the electricians, Eugene E. Patterson and JoSeph Piccoli.did the painting, and the grading
was done by Martin Griffin.
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RIVER PLAZA HOUSE.
iEAT BUSKS SOLD. L. BUYS
Percival Stout Has Bought One of
William M. Petingale's Houses.
TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE SPENDS
FRANK P1TTENGER BOUGHT
William M. Petingale of River
OUT BY ONE OF HIS CLERKS. Plaza has sold his house on the south
AFTERNOON ON SUBJECT.
Daniel H . Cook, Shrewsbury Avenue.
of Carpenter street at that place Texas Oil Company, to be A«ted to
William Brevftort, the New Owner, si4e
Stout of Hudson
Bear One-Third.the Cost of ImWill Take Poueuion March 18th to Leon Percival
The house contains six
proving White's Road—Price for
—The Busine»s Wat Started Four- avenue.
rooms,
a
bathroom
and
modern
imTeam and Man Now $5 a Day.
teen Years Ago. . '
provements. The lot is 50x100 feet
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, Frank Pittenger has sold his and adjoins .Mr. Petingale's own
Most of the time at last Thurs01,500 to Iioaa on ZmprovoA Bed Bank Property at 5 Per Cont.
butcher business to William Brevoort, property.' Mr. Stout will move into day's meeting of the Shrewsgury
one of his clerks. The new owner his house on March 15th. He is em- township committee was taken up
$7,000 Wantoa on Improved BeA Bank Property at 5 Par Cent.
will take possession on Thursday of ployed in George Hance Patterson's with road'matters. White's road is
YARD: Leonard Street and N. J. S. R.R. Phono 4 9 7 4
next week. The business is one ofgarage. .. . „
one of the worst in the township.
the most prosperous of its kind at
It is low and springy, and many autoOFFICE: Bridge Avenue. Phono 336-M
Mr.
Petingale
has
bought
a
lot
adRed Bank and the store is provided
mobiles got stuck in the mud last
with the most modern fixtures and joining on the west side of the prop- week. Frank C. Byram, the town- fr«»»«^•»x^<^•«^•<»^<^<<<<^<<«<••^»w»x
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equipment. Thg equipment includes erty he sold to^Mri Stout. ,The lotBhip treasurer, advocated that the
two large refrigerator storehouses is 50x100 feetr"*'Mr. Petingale, who western end of the road, from Broad
and .electric driven machinery for has built more houses at River Plaza street to the railroad tracks, be filled
making artificial ice. Water for icethan any other property owner there, in with brickbats* and covered with
making is supplied by an artesian will build a house on the lot he hasgravel. He said the cost would be
If you want your property insured—
well in the rear of the store. Mr. just bought.
$800 to ?l,000. White's road is the
m i
Brevoort has been employed by Mr.
only entrance to the Texas oil com. Seacoast Suggestions^^
If you want to borrow money on your property—
Pittenger the past three years. , He
pany's plant and Mr. Byram said he
lives on Spring street.
believed the company would be willIf you want to sell your propertying to pay one-third the cost of reMr. Pittenger moved to Red Bank
WE CONGRATULATE YOU,
pairing
the road. Mr. Byram was
call on
from Adelphia 24 years ago. For
appointed fo take up the mater with
BERTRAM
H.
BORDEN
BUYS
ten years he was employed in the
FARMERS OF MONMOUTH
the company.
butcher store of the late Isaac H.
VANTINE LOT* AT OCEANIC.
Sherman. Fourteen years ago he be~
COUNTY
The question of graveling the Litgan the business which he has just The Property Has a Frontage of 120 tle Silver Point road was talked over
Register Building,
Red Bonk, N. J.
Feet
on
the
River
and
is
Near
Mr.
sold to Mr. Brevoort. THe business
Phono 457-W.
it was decided to have the work
Monmouth County farms produced more
Borden's Now House—It Wasand
has always been at its present locaby township employees, instead
Once Owned by George N. Wild. done
tion in John Dennis's building onrthe
dollars' worth of products in 1916 than any
of asking for bids from contractors.
east side of Broad street. From the
The Thomas H. VanTine property The road is about two miles long.
other county in the United States.
start the business was successful, and on the river at Oceanic has been sold Wellington Wilkins, ono of tho
to accommodate its growth the store by Edward S. Allaire to Bertram H. committee, stated that the road south
Our farmers are business men as well as agriwas enlarged several times. The sale Borden. The property is at the corculturists. The SEACOAST numbers,-many
In order to try and save a dollar dont let your desire cause you of the business was made by William ner of Third and William streets and of Tinton Falls, leading.from Robert
Scott's place to James Belshaw's
successful farmers among its depositors. It
expense. If you wanted to buy a photograph album you would not A. Hopping.
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run3 from William street to the river. farm, was almost impassable. He
has room for many more. Come in arid see
go to a blacksmith shop, or if you wanted a box of axle grease you Mr. Pittenger says that he will now It has a frontage of 120 feet on Wil- said that Joseph Winning, the rural
give his entire time to his duties as liam street and the same frontage on mail carier from Eatontown, ha,d
us, when you are in Asbury Park, and don't
-would not think of getting it at a feather renovator's.
river, and it has a frontage of threatened to have the road elimihesitate to consult us on any matter of busiTherefore if you expect to install a new heating system have it postmaster of Red Bank. The post- the
325 feet on Third avenue. On thenated from the rural delivery service
office
will
be
officially
ranked
as
a
ness or banking.
done by a heater man. and when it is done it will be oleasing to first-class office after July 1st. .
river front is a strong stone bulk- on account gf the bad traveling.
head. A ten-room house is on the It -was voted to change .the amount
the eye and guaranteed to deliver the goods.
property, and there is also a large paid for a team and driver from
We pay interest on checking accounts and
EATONTOWN'S OVERSEERS.
barn. The house • is on the river $4.50 a day to $5 a day. It was
HOWARD
certificates of deposit. You can bank with
front
of
the
lot.
The
property
has
Three Appointed La»t Week at Salstated at the meeting that a similar
us by mail.
SANITARY F»I_.UMBER
been
valued
at
$20,000.
aries of 9100 a Month.
change had been made recently by
7 4 Monmouth Street.
Phone 234-J.
Red Bonk. IM. j
Mr. Borden, the buyer, is building the county freeholders and the townWilliam Reid, Stewart Dangler and
Lloyd Sickles were appointed road a very handsome modern fireproof ship committees ' of Middletown
overseers by the Eatontown township residence on the river front, on theHolmdcl and Atlantic townships.
committee last Wednesday night, at opposite side of Third street. He
ESTABLISHED ISM
A bill of $235 from the Public
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salaries of $100 a month. Mr.-Reid feared that the VanTine property service company for electric lights
might
get
into
the
possession
of
some
is a new overseer and succeeds Frank
the past month' was held up beuse it for undesirable for
Megill. Dr. J. C. Rush, one of the one who would
cause twelve lights were out most of
or who might not keep it in ijthe
committecmen, protested against the purposes
time. ^
condition; and the purchase was
appointment of the overseers and good
made
more
as
a
protection
to
the
suradvocated a return to the old method roundings of his home than because
BUSINESS TO MOVE.
Bond Street and Mattison Avenue
of allowing citizens to pay part of he wanted the property, for its own
Benjamin Horowitx Rents George
their taxes by working on the roads. sake.
Telephone 500.
Asbury Park, N. J.
Holmes's Broad Street Building.
58-64 BROAD STREET
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The VanTine property was owned
Horowitz, proprietor of
Fire Wreck* Aaburjr Park House. by George N. Wild of Eed Bank many theBenjamin
Model cloak and suit store, has
Fire, Life, Accident, Tornado and
Miss Amy Bogart's house at As-vears ago. It was subsequently rented Georges Holmes's building on
bury
Park
was
wrecked
by
fire
Thursowned
by
E.
Y.
Jacobua
and
by
a
Plate Glass Insurance
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merly occupied by the Broad street
from a social call about six o'clock
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and found flames shooting from the New Attachments for His Auto.
occupying John Dennis's building on AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA^AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
bathroom window. The fire was kept
the
east side of Broad street will
"Chiggs
is
always
seeking
new
atconfined to the upper floor, but tho
take possession of the Holmes buildWe furnish a TAXICAB
furnishings on tho first floor were tachments for his motor-car."
"He has one now that will hold ing on Saturday. The lease is for
practically ruined by water and
S h r e w s b u r y A v e n u e , R e d BasiEc
three years, and tho rental was made
SERVICE that leaves nothing
him for a while."
smoke.
by William A. Hopping. The rent
Thr«« Minute* from Depot
"What kind is it?"
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to be desired.
is
91,700
per
year.
"One
furnished
by
the
sheriff."
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It pays to advertise <n The Resister
Smart cars that are kept alComfortable Rooms
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Insurance Placed—
. Money Loaned—
Property Sold—
SOLD.
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ALEXANDER D. COOPER
Real Estate and Insurance
Beautiful Ceilings.
€ A P E and BAR ATTACHED
JAMES L* WORDEN, Proprietor
TEUEF»HONE BOS RED BANK
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j . s. ROSE:
AUCTIONEER
REAL ESTATE and
PERSONAL PROPERTY
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EATONTOWN, N. 1.
172 ionmouth St., Red Banti
Telephone eil-M
WHEN IN NEED OF
I want you! Well, here I am!
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALER IN
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Sash, Dooro, Blinds, Glass
and Builders' Hardware. *
With clerk or without clerk.
4 2 Sixth Avenue,
Long Branch, N. J.
Tdcphono 123-W.
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By Shllled Workmen
Also a Full Line of Paints and
Hardware Constantly on Hand
I bavo » fair ve*y desirable properlies for sals or rent.
$1,000, $2,000 and $4,000 to phce
on Bond and Mortgage.
Fire,
Marine,
Geo. W. Sewing,
Contractor and Builder,
OFFICE IN EISNER BUILDING,'
Room 3.
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Telephone 3CO-J.
Jobbing of All Kinds.
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished. I
If plaster falls from the ceiling or
if the celling is discolored, mako a
permanent Improvement by putting
up a beautiful ceiling of art meta
plates.
Ceilings which I put up in Red
Bank twenty years ago are as good
today as when they were put up,
without ono cent of expense for repairs.
DANIEL H. C0©fC,
Liability!
Chauffeurs that are careful,
skilled drivers besides being
courteous.
Our rates are reasonable^
and, night or day, we furnish
a service that cannot be excelled,
Try us—call37O4.
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RED BANK, N. J.
BED BANE, N. J.
1KENSED AUCTIONEER
Eisner Building
RED BANK
ways in first class conditionclean, and safe.
Shrewsbury Avenue, Red Bank
RED BAMK, W. J.
I Sell Roai Estate
I Rent Cottages
I Write Insurance
• IWonmouth County Farms
TRUER BUILDING
BROAD STREET
RED BANK, N.I.
E. Ellswortli Alexander
TIL.ES
for Floors, Walls, Hearths and Mantel
Facings, BrnsB and Wrought Iron
Fireplaces, Andirons, Fenders, Fire
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BREWING tO.
NEWARK, N. I .
Emmonds, Miss Mildred Lackey, Miss is accompanied by his partner in the
Eloise Odell, Miss Hilda Welles, Miss the fiim of W. S. Wallace & Co.,
Elsie M. Curtis, Miss Belle Roscvear, Jacob Kridol of Red Bank.
Mrs.
N. H. Rosevear, Mrs. P. SonderW. Conover Smith, who has been
ISAAC PEARSON TO REMODEL gaard,
Miss Ada F. Poole, Mrs. E.c6nfin«d to his home with illness for
THE OGDEN STORE.
Francis Ehrlkh, Mrs. F. A. Smith, some time, is able to be about again.
Mrs. L. Brower Walling, Mrs. Nor- The Thought club was entertained
Edward A. Denton to Become an man B. Lockwood, Mrs. Herbert F. Monday
night by Mrs. Alfred Duus.
Army Aviator—Free Mail Do- Brown and: Mrs. E. T. Hoose of this
Emil Pimper has been awarded the
livery Service Extended—Min place; Mrs. Edwin Reed of Asbury contract
to collect and dispose of the
Ettye G. Wyckoff to Wed.
Park, Mrs. Ella Thompson and1 Mrs. garbage for $22 per week by tho borIsaac Pearson, who recently pur Bawden of Freehold, Mrs. D. E. Van- ough council.
chased, tho Ogdcn store on Front Wickle and Mrs. L. E. Davies of MatD. Hall of Virginia, widow of
street, will have the building remod- awan, Mrs. Adrian Lyon and Mrs. C. theMrs.
late Rev. D. Hall, pastor of the
eled and put in first class shape, with Leddle of Perth Arnboy, Mrs.E. S. Second
church for many
two flats on the second floor. T. Lupton of Matawan, Miss Clara John- years, is Baptist
visiting her sister, Mrs; Vir- F"ront
Walter Snyder has the contract for son and Mrs. Laura Bacon of Farm- ginia Rowe.
the carpenter work. When the work ingdale and Mrs. W. L. Wise, Mrs.
Geofge S. Hyer has recovered
is completed Mr. Pearson will move Richard Hopkins, Mrs. Frank Smith
his shoe business in the store and will and Mrs. S. R. Abrams of Newark. from an operation on his left eye in
occupy one of the flats.
The club was founded in 1802 andKnapp's memorial hospital at New
Edward A- Denton left last week now has a membership of 30 with six York. Mr. Hyer was struck in the
for Pensacola, Florida, where he will associate members. It is active in eye last summer by a branch of a
take a three months' training course discussing literature, science and grape vine and has been unable to
in aviation. Ho is a member of the music a t its meetings and in working use his eye since. Although tho
New Jersey naval reserve, and when for community good. The public operation was successful/ he fears
hb returns will be a member of the library had its start among the mem- that he will never recover the sight.
The ten reel film "Civilization"
first battalion naval militia flying bers of the club, which had formed
the Kevport improvement associa- was shown at the Surf theater Moncorps.
Invitations have been issued to the tion. Tne original name of the club day night for tho benefit of the
marriage of Miss Ettyo G. Wyclcoff, waB "Parlour Readings," but it was orators' fund of tho local Royal Ardaughter of John T. Wyckoff, to changed to the present innme whon canum lodge. A large number wns
in attendance. Lloyd E. Cokelet and
Joseph Edward Chamberlin of Ornn- the club becamo federated in 1909.
bury. The wedding will tnke place
Mrs. F. Palmer Armstrong and Miss Adele Young gave a musical
at tho home of the bride Thursday Mrs. J . ^Harold Hendrickson were and dancing selection between the
first and second shows.
afternoon of next week.
visitors at Red Bank on Saturday.
"•• The oxtension of the free mnil deMrs. Arthur A. Philo visited j Hatfleld-Merrill' has been elected
a member of tho board of fire
livery service was started tho lirst of friends at New York lnst week.
the month. Gnrret J. McKecn is the E. Kenneth Hoosojias a vacation wardens.
third rogular carrier. Miss Wini- from his duties with the Keyport
Mrs. Thonms Morrison, daughter of
fred Lanean is serving as temporary banking company.
Mr. rind Mrs, John C. Schaiick, enterclerk in Mr. McKocn's placo.
Tho women's missionary society of tained n number of Keyport friends
• The 25th anniversary of tho foundFirst Baptist church will hold a at her home at Now York Saturday.
ing of tho Keyport literary club was tho
Boeinl
the lecture room of tho Misa Ella M. Elliot of North Cencolobrated in . the library building church in
March 20th. ..
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Friday week. Tho library was dec- Mrs. on
Rose Hepp,and.Bon Stanley at a party last Wednesday night.
orated with tho club colors, violet of Brooklyn
tho week-end Tho evening was spent in playing'
nnd white, and a birthday cako with guests of Mr. were
nnd Mrs. Arthur A. games nni! flinging. Tho guests in25 candles on it was a feature of the Philo.
cluded Miss Ella Bennett, Miss Jennie
,
decorations. The charter membern
Glover, Walter Grover, Kendrick h,
prosent wore Miss J. A. Brown, Mrs. Mrs. S. G. Fairehild has returned Bennett nnd Edward Vnndcrbilt.
W. L. Conovor, Mrs. Edwin Hoed and homo after n visit of sevorul months
The North Ccntervillo choir met nt
MisB Margaret Bodlo. Others pres- with her son, William Fnirchild of George
Vanderbilt's last Thursday
ent were Miss Mnry McFnrlnnd, Mrs. Hutchinaon, Kansas.
ArviU 0. Jacobeau is orecting n night.
William T. Walling, Mrs. J.' Grover
Thomns Clark of North Ccntorvillo
Curtis, Mra. Fred Oficlon, Mrs. Wil-now bungalow on his lot at East Keyis recovering from sicknes after beliam Conover, Mrs. ' Andrew B. port.
Campboll, Mrs. E. F. Many, Mrs, A.
Mrs. J. F. Calif of Middlotown, ing laid up abput a month.
William E. Neal hns bought n
H. Sands, Mrs. W. H, Walling, Mrs. Conn., vlBitcd her daughter, Mrs.
home' to replace one that recently
R. 0, Wnlling, Misa Edith V. WnlliiiB, Henry E. Ackorson, last week.
Mfa. J. E. D. Silcox, Mrs. II. S. Bedlo,
Mr. and Mrs. George It. Conover died.
Mrs. J. T. Wnlling. Mrs. Joaoph D. and M M . Conovcr's mothor, Mm.
Bodle, Mrs. W, S. Holmes, Mrs; Wil- F. F. Armstrong, nrd spending a
liam McFnrland, Mias Ettyo G. couplo of weeks at Atlantic City.
Wyckoff, Mrs. F. Pnlmer Armstrong,
Mies Ettyo G. Wyckoff vititoil
Mrs. George Birch, Mrs.' William F. frionds at Mow York last weolc.
The speediest remedy for sick
Stanhope, Mrs. F. F. Armstrong, Mrs,
Mr, and Mrs. H. Hanson, who hnvo
G. S. liver. Miss Bollo Bedlo, Mrs. boon living with Mrs. Hnnaeh'ii headache, biliousness and indiWilliam T. VnnMator, Miss Mnrgnrot father, S. Frank Mason, will mova to gestion is a dose or two of
Bodlo, Mrs. C. X. Crawford, Mrs, J . Perth Amboy tho first of next month.
Carlo Anderson, Mrs. Edward . H. Mr. Mason has rented his houso to
Whnrton, Mrs. Marcus LoRoy, Mrs. Arthur's. VnnBuakirk nnd will mnlto
Ella Brown, Mrs. W. S. Wallace, Mrs. his homo with his mother, Mvi.
C. Loon GnrriBon, Mrs. 0 . V. Colo, Emma Mnson, nt East Koyport.
Mrs. T. S. Coo, Mrs. Eva Reynolds,
Mrs. AniiU'Kingslnnd oS Now York
Mrs. J. F. Browor, Miss Clara Van- city"
spending', ppvornl"wooks» hero,
Sicklo. Mrs. H. W. Hnrtmnn, Mra. G. with Is
slater, Mrs. Joseph G. Waril,
H. Kahlor, Mrs. R; B. White, Mrs. A. W.hor>
Stophon Wnlliico iff, enjoying a
W. Cnmpboll, Miss Agustn Wyckoff, flftoon-dny
trip through tho principal
RIII S«Ii of Anr Meillclns In Iflo WorU.
Ml Evolyn Lufburrow, Mrs. W. H,citlO!) cost of
So]j«»eirwbcro. In bom, 1O«, 20c.
Chicago. Mr. Wnlluoo
We have a large assortment of Rustic Bird
Houses for Martins, Wrens, Robins, Bluebirds,
Flickers, Starlings, Sparrows, Etc.
FLORISTS.
Street,
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MONARCH T O M A T O .
Positively the finest quality tomato.
Whether you plant for pleasure or profit, you
can't afford to mbs tills one.
Mnselve, perfectly ahnped fruft of-cxct!ptlonal flavor. Frte from core, has few seeds
n'nd holds its BIIC right to the tnd of the
•eoaon. Sold only In Duist scaled pscketss
lptct. 15c; 4 pkts, 50c.
"VERY BEST"
CABBAGE HEAD
LETTUCE
Beautiful solid hendn of large dire, crisp
nnd tender quality with freedom from bitterness. For cither forcing or sowing In tha
open ground, this (a a mire winner. ,
It Is uncqunllcd cither for tho homo
Curdcn or far growing for the mnrktt.
Itsnlrrcoranee on thctnbloln nppctlrlnir
nnd It plenBCB every palate. Of, 20c; H IW
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For onrHnosfl. proiluctlvencEB, litre© Pud«
nnil dcllcloui ilavor, tillu po» cannot ba
cquiilled.
Rondy to pick In forty-two ilnys, find the
entire crop uin ha unlhrrnil In two iifcklngf..
Rlpona uniformly nnJ no brtieh' required.
The en r II e n pon in tho world. Sold In Hnlsfn
eeoled pneknpoa only. Pt. ICc; Qt.Mc! 4qtn.
«i.iio; \{ bn. $1.75; bu.«6.50. UwDiitfdby mull
odJ postajjo—l pt. wciulio 1 Ib.
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JOHN H. COOK, Editor u d PublUier.
GEORGE C HANCE A h t Edit
OOSISBM M u M
THOMAS IRVING BROWN.
SUBSCRIPTION
PRICE
One year
11.50
Blx months
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Three months
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Entered at the postoOTco at HoJ Bonk,
N. J., as second-class matter.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1917.
TOWN TALK.
J. W. Wiley, who was formerly
superintendent of the Bed Bank
schools and who is now superintendent of the Morriatown schools,
has instituted the plan of girl graduates dressing at commencement in
college gowns, but without the college mortarboard cap. .The frowns
are furnished by the board of education and will be used year after year.
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In Morristown,
as in many other
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has become a heavy burden on parents of ordinary means. It is a
sacrifice for many parents to keep
their children in school until they
graduate, and if on top of this there
is the additional need of providing
an expensive dress for graduation—
keeping their children in school until
the course is completed becomes a
very heavy tax.
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No graduate likes to appear at
graduation less handsomely dressed
than any of the other members of
the class. No parent likes to see his
daughter at graduation. unless she
can make as good an appearance as
any of her schoolmates. Years ago
the custom of giving presents to
graduates reached such a pitch that
in almost every school in the state
there are now regulations against
giving presents to graduates at the
commencement exercises. Any gifts
received must be given at the homes
of the pupils and must not be made
the occasion o£ public display.
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is becoming a business slogan which is not always
." lived up to." With this Bank it is safety first, last
; and always. It is safety against LOSS to
funds and all matters entrusted to our keeping.
.. It is this '' safety first "that has made us adhere to
our rules that all must be treated alike. As a customer
here you have the satisfaction of knowing that no
» one is receiving favors that you would not receive
under like conditions.
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May we have the opportunity of proving our assertion ? You are invited to consult with oiir officers.
Broad and Wallace Streets
Red Bank, N. J.
The powerful 40 H. P. cylinder Continental motor, new type
Stromberg carburetor, Remy ignition and lighting, Timken axles
and bearings are a few of the-features that make up the most
remarkable car value of the day;
When you travel, ride in, a
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This rule was adopted because of
the rivalry created by the public
giving of'presents. The graduate
•who received only a few gifts was
humiliated by the profusion of presents received by other members of
the class. The rivalry in graduation
dresses should be "cut out" in the
same way. - Simple gowns, provided
* by the board of education, should be
used nt commencement exercises.
I t would be in better taste than the
present method; it would result in
larger graduation classes; and i t
•would remove all humiliation and all
rivalry In graduation attire.
Ages from 20 to 25Years
You will find in the 1917offering
of the Pullman, the largest and roomiest four cylinder car on the market
today at its price.
Two passenger runabout, four
passenger roadster and five passenger
touring $ 8 2 5 . ' Beautiful Sedan
$ 1 , 2 4 0 . F. 0. B. York, Penna.
Many added attractions are
found in the 1917 lines of the Saxon.
The Saxon cars are noted for
.their durability, low cost of upkeep,
economy and comfort.
Two passenger 4 cylinder roadster $ 4 9 5 , six cylinder models
$ 8 6 5 to $1,250, F. 0. B. Detroit,
Mich.
In every part of the country there
are demands that the pay of public
officials and public employees of all
kinds shall be raised. The reason
for demanding1 a raise is the increased
cost of living. ' That the cost of living has increased greatly everyone
knows, but it has increased for those
who are not public employees as well
as for those who are.
Garage Phone 2249
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Officers and employees of the govResidence Phone 2209-W.
ernment, whether the government is
national, state, county or municipal,
are better paid and have easier jobs
than almost anyone who holds a private job. The government is always
more liberal to its officers and em-care what the people voted for.
ployees than is a private concern. have the power to lovy a direct state
This is shown by the great rush there tax and they are going to do it.
is for every public place. The public, mer H. Geran, one of the assemblyemployees well know that they have men from this county, said in the legeasier jobs and m'ore money than they islature when the
_ measure came up
could get in private employment, or-Lthat the law would exempt the railthey would at once give up their pub- roads
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from paying
any part*• of
tax-. Governor Edge says it wont.
lie jobs aud get private jobs.
Anyway the law is to be put through
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if the Republican state machine can
The people who hold private jobs
pay the taxes. They pay the salaries do it; and it probably can.
of the men who hold the public jobs.
According to Mr. Geran the railEvery dollar added to the pay of
•public employees means a dollar roads will be relieved of this tax to
taken from the pockets of the men the amount of nearly $400,000.
who hold private jobs. The high cost course if this is so it will be a rank
of living bears just as heavily on the injustice on every property owner in
man in a private job as it does on
It may even be, as Mr.
the man who holds a public job. TheGeran intimated, that the law was
public employee's
publi
p y position
p is secure. worded intentionally in such a way
Th place
p l e of the
the man
man in aa r,.....
privat
orivate
The
v - j as to jwotect the railroads from this
Yett the
tax. However
that
be, it
job is not secure. Y
t demand | tax.'
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increases
of salaries for those tain that Governor Edge and the Ref
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-who hold public jobs is a demand that publican machine of the state have
these specially cared-for employees determined to set aside the Verdict of
shall pet increases of salary at the the people at the .polls, and to levy
expense of those who are getting less a state tax in direct opposition to
money, who have hinder jobs or what the people voted for. Monlonger hours, and whose jobs are no mouth county's share of this tax this
yearwill be" at least $115,000,
this tax will be continued for
Every increase in salary means an years to come.
increase in taxes, and much of these
Governor Edge made his campaign
increases in taxes fall on those least
on the claim that he would run the
able to pay them.
state on an "economy and efficiency"
-O-OTO-O-Obasis. Governor Edge was a mem. three years,
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Monnioutli county will have to ,ber of the senate the past
raise this year over 5115,000 in taxes I and for the past two years .the ReThis is j publicans
niore thari it did llast
a t year.
ye
publica have had entire control of
not due to expenditures of
the board !! legislation.W
When a direct state tax
It 'is due
of chosen freeholders. TL
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^~| is levied on the people, for the first
Republicans
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time
in
fifty
years, in order to raise
Governor Edge, mid the
] money to run the state's affairs after
in the state legislature.
two years of complete Republican
control of legislation, the taxpayers
It will be remembered tlmt last of New Jersey can judge for Jhemyear the people of Ne\y Jersey voted j selves Vis "to'the s'ort of "econo'my'and
on a bond issue to raise money for | efficiency".Governor Edge is handing
roads. The proposition was pro-out to them.
pared by tin legislature last_ year, j
The bonds were to bo paid off from (Town Talk continued on page 1A.)
the automobile fees'. received by the
» state. Every voter in the state re- TO DISCUSS
ceived an ofliciiil notice that this was
AFTERNOON
EVENING
the way the money was to be raised County Officials to Attend Meeting
at Aibury Park Next Week.
if the measure was voted and that
not one cent would have to be raised
A meeting to discuss liquor condil>y tux. .The people voted for this tions nt Asbury Park will be held in
proposition by a tremendous major- Educational hull at that place Friday
ity.
of next week. Prosecutor Charles E.
Sexton and Assistant Prosecutor El* **
Governor Edge and the Republican mer II. Geran will attend the meetstate machine has now doped out a ing and will make addresses,
scheme to beat the people out of what meeting is being arranged
the people voted for. Instead of a committee of fifty which was recently
l»Dnd issue, to be paid off from the organized with a view of hayingCfcho
automobile fees of the state, they law prohibiting the sale of liquor at
are putting through a law which will Asbury Park strictly enforced.
Jevy a direct stnto tax. Not'for fifty
years have the people of New Jersey
Suit Ovei" a Loan.
had a state tnx. Thcso aro hard
Sidney Dresden, a Belmnr tailor,
times, when everyone is feeling the
high cost of living and is pinched on won a suit brought against Solomon
every side. Notwithstanding this, \Voinstein, proprietor of a wliolesalo
Governor Edge and his Republican liquor place, in the Asbury Park disassociates seem determined to "puttrict court last Friday. The suit was
over" a law imposing a direct state brought to recover on a check for
$230 given in a loan transaction actax on the people of the state.
cording to Dresden. The trial lasted
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live hours and considerable testiMonmoutii county's eharo of this mony wns taken.. A Hebrew feud of
tax will bo at least $115,000. It will long standing was aired during tho
probably be more than that, but it trial and caustic remarks were frewill bo t h a t much'tfnyway. That quently made.
amount of money will be taken di$$<«$^$$$$$$$^$<^$$$^
. rcctly oilt of the pockets of the people
Firs at Long Branch.
of Monmouth county. Every owner
Fire caused damage of $150 to the
County 0arroffaW» Offlea. Is hereby given to tho creditor!) of said Moamonta comity EuaaaaWo OBlem ceased, notlco la hereby- 'clvcn b>
of a home, every owner of a piece of Campbell
cottage at Long Branch
In tho Mattor of tho Estnta of Elvira deceased to exhibit to tho nunbcrlbor, In tho matter oC too cjtato of Alary B. creditors
property of any kind, will lmvo to early last Wednesday
of saH deceased, to eihtl'S.
Johnson,
Deceased.
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morning.
The
executor as aforesaid, their debts ana
Shuttn, deceased.
the subscriber, surviving exeautor
pay his share of the tax, even though IIOUPO was unoccupied and the origin atooa tba tte* for SO y«arsw I T B B m Notlco to Creditors to Present
Claim* demands against tho onld estate, under Notlco' to Credito
Creditors to Pnsent Claim* aforesaid,
their debts and w>
iho people voted against this tax law. of the fire is unknown. Tito blaze FAIXS. To eMUtaa I t la MX Uffol of
Against Estate.
oath, within nlno months from the data
Estate
Aeolnst Estate.
tlio said ostato, under
m«roy. PKSAHAE* £ o 1&SO, « B 0 Pursuant to tho order ot Joseph I* of tho aforesaid order, or thoy will b» -Pursuant to tho order of Josash Ix against
within nlno months from tlm dat»
was discovered by a'policeman, wllft mctttTEGa. sro VECBSXO ESIJDDD. OM Danahay, surrogato of tho county of fpraver barred of their actions therefor Donahay,
ourrocato of th« county ot aforesaid order, o r tljay will ba 1
on tho twenty-second against the Bald subscriber.
Governor Edge and the state Re- turned in on alarm*'. The houoo is bottl* pM killed 133: wnaas. All anujtw Monmouth,, mada on
Monmoutii, mada an tba fourth, day ol barred of their ocltgns th&sthi tors!
ot Joniiary, 1017. on tho aspltcattoa
ta
Dated, Freehold, N. J., January lid) January, 1017, on tho application ol tho
publican mnchlno care nothing for owned by the' heirs of Mrs. iiq
lt
l t h w j * maU-eSo » ten day
said BubJCTlbsjsir ; '
oi DonloML
Applcffat , eaxQcutor
t o r J tht
th 1917.
Danfol fl'A)
Cliarlos T, niamflol!, eurvlvmar oiooutor
s33Easai>.»Mia,»a estate
Dated FrOBholJt; rr,_Jf,>!iJ«
the people's mandate They do notCampbell
ot Elvira
DANIEL tt APPLECfATR, , of tho estate of Mnry B. iUiutUH. da- i«M/"
fouhaon. dcccasei
Lester VanSSrunt, Prop.
Ask for Mr. Lessig, Cutting|Room.
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Bank of Enjllshtown check
ouKb. hlii checl!«,for lanen In
3039 Charles'M, Wytkoff . . . .
125 00 i, John II V.ni ll.itcr
S3 32
In full for hank stock tux for
Co, fdl»trlct-c«iuijLJ: __ I ti
full for IBIS
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«,B17 96 30(1 Martin McCuo
20& 33
A D. ilcCabe
123 00
year 1M« . . , . . , . . . .
430 41 Rec'iJ /rom William M. ThompFre«holt)(rs' Silgrlis, AC,
3042 T. Edwurd J i (Tries
125 00 323C
John 11. Fltrgcruld
83 33
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December
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no/1.
Collector
of
Red
Bunk
3013 Charles B . Closo
100 00 3291 Harry Ncaflo
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September«,
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of tha Recast* oud •UtsfaWceniont* of tha Coutslr of Monmouth tot
203
33
Rec'd from Kdnard PIUUUBh,
..Borough, hl» chccli on account
30(4 William I I . Bergen
125 00 3426 Michael J. Kelly
3B17
John
Duly
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90 00
Collector Allentown Boiounh,
t a j e s ]9ie
54,58182 3015 John w . /Hulse . . . . . . ! . . . .
gin months from lbs Grtt do? of July, 101S, to tho first day of Jan25 00 3514 Henry 13. Ackerson, Jr. . .
3518 John M. Cprlles
125 IH)
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check for 10 per tent cost AlItec'd from Harry E. Shaw check
30111 R . . F , Barkalow
CO 00
3519 CharleB M. Wyckoft
125 00
House and Jail Expenses.
uary, 1917/ CHARLES F. McDONALD, County Collector, in 0 0
lentown-New Canton Road . . . 4S0 41 for atono bought from County
12 00 30(7 O. K, Davis
G6 60321A Court
12S 00
James II. Conwny
20 35 3520 T. Edward Jeffries
Ree'd
from,
Hehry
Schoenleln,
Itce'd
from
Joseph
McDermott,
3018
F.
A.
Brower
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125 00
count v/ltb Moomout!> County.
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65 20 3521 William M. B e r g e n
Clerli, duplicate check for fees
County Clerk, his check for
3049 W . V . R e y n o l d s
90 00
208 3.1
C. H. Crawford
I 00 3522. C. V. McDonald
collected from Second Judicial
fees from Clerk's ouico to
3050 Charles H. Crawford
70 00
Sdiolcl; check for iiitcrest on
RECEIPTS.
' . . . 208 31
Thomas C. Burke' . . . . . .
85 3523 Harry Neaflo . , , '
Court,
Hay.
1010
114
80
Dec.
20.
ISM
.
,
.
.
,
'
2,20983
3052
John
M.
CorllcH
125
00
02
50
bond
250 00
3220
,.
SO 00 3021 Qeorge D . Cooper
July J;
Itec'd from Henry Hchoenioln,
Hcc'd from Charles 8hermun,
30115 Henry B . Ackerson, Jr. . .
33 33 3221 Mary McCiowan
September 13. - >
208 3.1
Ons Ught C o . . .
€4 48 3625 Martin JlcCue
IJaLinco on Imnd . . . . . , . , , . . . . » 60,024 31 noo'd from State Treaiur<r WilClerk, duplicate check for fees
Collector of Atlantic Town3089 John H . Fitzgerald
83 33 3223 Freehold
100 00
John I. DuBois
3 85 3527 ChUrles B. Close
Itoc'd of Wlnfleld H. Siephonii.
collected
from
Second
Judicial
ship,
check
for
taiance
tnifa
liam T. Hold WB check for
Court H S U M and Jail Expaniu.
3528 Johil W. Hulae i
25 0 0 .
3263
J.
C.
Hlslop
Co.
70
75
ricrlt Flint Judicial District
Court,
June.
1016
.
.
.
,
«
2
iO
1916
927.99
amount
of
Railroad.
Tax
duo
3529 P. A. Drower . . ;
75 00
July 5.
3283
W.
V.
Reynolds
;-,
53
1»
Couit, check for foeH . . . . . . .
EOS I
Itec'd from Abram Borton, Colllec'd from William D. JIul»e,
Monmouth,County for year
3530 O. B. Davis
(I8 60
2974 N. Y. Telephone Co
47 44 3284 A. & M. Karngheuslun...'
452
51
July
B.
Itctor
of
Dohnar
Borouffli,
his
Collector
of
Freehold
Town1H& payablo In 1010, pursunnt
3531 It. F. Barkalow
tin oo
2993 B. B. Jeffries
145 00 3294 C. B. Barkalow
i jltuM floin Joseph McDormott,
0...
65' 63 353!
check on account taxes 1B1C 6,000 00
ship, checkx in full for taxes
to Chanter MO, l a w of 1000.
W. V. Reynolds
' do 00
2994 Osborn &. Jeffries
49 00
County
Clcrh.
fee" from
.-•• .
Itec'd from William M. AcUerltllC
\
30,000 0 0 3007 WlUlam Olblln
collected to Sept. 1, 1D10, and
353J C. II. Crawford
70 00
63 11 Malntenanct Lunatics & Tubtrculosls
r*lnpt/'u
n follloo
llft*
._•.-.. - . . • .,
: . .—
. . / : | , 0 H 0 0
Clorh'H
OII,
Collector
of Hoimdel
December 23.
Patients.
distributed
pursuant
to
Chap3541
John
IT.
V
a
n
Mater
.
.
.
'
.
.
.
S3
.12
3008 John V. Dcniso
29 97
Hcc'il from William SI. Bers«ni
3184 H. II, Johnson, Trensr... 1.756 C2 3545 A. I). McCabe
Township, check on account
Itec'd from Wllitam M. Ackerter
2(1,
town
of
1913
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
125,850
09
125 00'
3010
Ktnteslr
Lumber
Company
19
38
freeholder, choolt ol J. V. Youof taxes m o ,
2,075 «0
HOII. Collector of Ilolmdel
.1186 White Haven Sanatorium '581 25 3540 E. 8. R u e
n 00
•
September
H.
3011
William
V.
Reynolds
.
.
.
K
71
• munn |3< 00 end cosh received
Township, check In full for
'
of City
Rec'd from First National Bank
3908 John It, Fitzgerald
«:t 33
Ttec'il from Henry fichoenleln,
3024 Krrickson & .i'atten
144 95 3187 Inhabitants
from null of old bridge plank,
balance (axes ID16
Trenton . .
5.S99
of Freehold.chock in full for
,
S910 M. J. Kelly
. . . ; . oo 50
Clerk Heccnd Blstrlct Court.
3025 Mary McOowurt
30 00
Mnnnnquati River , . , . . , , , , ; .
41 70
SI88
hunk stocli tax for year 1916 1,288 4« Ilee'd from C. Gordon Hyers.
New
Jersey
fitute
iloi3912
Henry
E.
Ackcrnon,
Jr.
.
.
33 33
hlfl
chtplc
for
fees
collected
3086
Freehold
Man
U
g
h
t
Co.
:ir, 12
Bie'U from Joseph L. Donahay,
Pecember
'£..
Collector of Upper • Freehold
pltal
Court House and Jail Expsnsis.
month of Auguol, 1916 . . . . . 215 73
Malhteranc« of Lunatics and Indigent
Hurrognte, fees from ofltco .
ill 77
Township, check for balance
3189 New Jf-rsev
Reo'd frotn't:. Gordon Hyers,
Hoplomber
0,
•
Hcptember
15.
Patlenti.
Ilce'd from «"Wniora' & Her.
of tnxen 1010
10.176 !8 2981 White Iluven Hunutorlum
. Collector of tipper Freehold
pltul . . . .
25 71 3019 H. A, Lockwood, Col'r
75 B0
Hsc'd from Ku6cno Honee hl»
479 70
ehntitn National JBanli 01 Mat.
Township, check for 10 p e r .
llec'd from George I-1. Keller,
John C. Clayton
3620 Freehold Gas t i g h t c
,68 94
Check for Interest on bond . .
2982 N. J. Hnnatorlum
• 25 00
25 09
a won for lonn on County ngto 10,000 00 Redd
cent cost, i f . construction of
Collector of Mu la wan TownCoroners' F e e t , Post Morttmi, Autopsies, 3621 William. (libllu ...I
50
41
from
C,
B.v
Barknlow,
2S83
N.
J.
State
Hospital
.
.
.
.
23
76
Iteo'd fro'ti I'lret National {Junk
Alleiitown-New Canton ltoad
824 29 ship, check In full for balance
3622 N. Y. Telephone {•/.
liO 77
Sheriff, his cheek for teen from
H. H. Johnson, Treasr. . .
1,580 05
of Red Bonlt for-loan on
t a s e s 1916
6,1)68 83 29«5 Jotlll C. Clayton
3237 Wurren II. Fairbanks . . . .
25 0(13023 Mary JIcGowun . . / - .
Rec'd from R. F. Newman,
it 00
SherlK'a ofnee to Sept.•• 15,
20
00
County
tioto
10,000
00
i^ouniy n v i c - » , . . . . . . , , . » . . . .
Rec'd from Oeoree W, Hmlth,
3238 Charles II. Ward ..':
5 00 3639 John T. Uoscil . / . .
Cplle,ctor vf ManaKquun Bor60 63
191« ; . . ; : .:. , , [ . . . ,;; , ; . . , . , . .
191«
2986 N. J. .State Village for
6D3 10
JUCil from Ocean ' Grove Na-..
Collector of Fair Haven llorSamuel
B. VJeffries'
'ouch, checlc on-account of
2 5 0 0 3641,I F-.*"
2(1 00
'd from C. SB; Dnrkaloiv.
* i l i afc* *-*•
* - * * • 1%*17
Hec'd
Epileptics
786 97 3239 Kurl C. Wngner
tlonnl Hank for loan on County ouch, check In full for tuxes
tuxes for M 6
4,000 00
3240 F . 'Loon lllirrln
25 00 3642 James J). Cohwoy
17 69
Sheriff,
his
cheek
for.
flnen
and
JG.
O
OO
09
Coronen'
Feei,
Pott
Mortemi,
Autopile
note
••
1010
9.264.22
3241 Klwood II. Newman . . . .
• 5 00 3043 O. V. Perrlne
Ree'd from Orandin V, Johnson,
a 87
costs
cnllectod
to
Sept,
15,
CLII
'I
fi
4C.
fi am
am Becond Mat onal
Ree'd from Charles R. Davinon,
3242 Harry IS. Shaw
' . . . . 50 00 3900 W. V. Reynolds
Collector of Hlghlunds Bor18 40
3027
William
H.
Morris,
Jr.
.
.
Uunk of
f !tcd
! t d BanU
B U for
f loan oon
25
00
3901
Collector of Keyport Borough,
KlHlesir Lumber Co. . .
oufc'h, check for 10 per tent
3243 H a l M. Lowrio
15 00
5 99
JO.
O
CO
00
3028
William
H.
Morris,
Jr.
.
.
County m t e
51 00 3244 L e t t e r C. Clayton
check in full for taxes 1916.. 15,811 62
coat of conntructlon Bay View
10
00
Lunatics,
A
C
.
Rec'd
froni
John
Mariner
for
)n1
3029 s . It. KnlKlit
Koa'd from Aobury P a r k T r u s t
25 00 3245 Lester C. Clayton
5 00
Ayenui; Road
1,010 20 Rcc'd from Frank L. Howland, ' •
September 6.
tereBt on bond of -Samuel
3030
Clifton
Morris
Co foi loan o n C o u n t y n o t e . 10,000 00
10
00
Collector of LonK Branch
3246 Maxwell Scher
30 00
11. 11. JvbiiHon, Treimr.
from William I), llul.se,
1,781 f>*
Clayton
..,,.....
>.. ,
10 co Rcc'd
Itoc'U f i o m A t l a n t i c . H i g h l a n d s ,'-.3031 , C. II, Clayton
25 00 3247 Fred 11-Furry . . . . ' . :
City, checks on account taxes
Collector cf I'recliold Town'
50 00 3663 inhubitants of (.'ity of
'••.-•
Heptembor 22,
National B a n k f o r "Ion. n o n
25 00 3248 George Woods. Jr
1916
' . . . . . . . 91.022 89 3032 Fred H. Furry
Trenton
ship, his checks on account
115 20
2S142
County noto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10,000 00 n e e d from Margaret A. Dlclior25
C
O
3033
Dr.
d
i
n
s
,
fjremcr
of taxes 1M0
',;..-.-..«.
7,058 29 Rec'd from E, F. Hondrlcl<son,
William 11. Morris
25 00 3677 N. J. S t a t e Hospital
26 59
BOII for interest on bonds to
25 00 3279
3034 Harry II Shaw
Rec'd from F i r s t N a t i o n a l Bank
Collector pf. Eatontown Town3280 Clifford L. MorriH
10 00 3902 John 4.*. Clayton
20 00
Sept. 1, 1 0 1 0 ' , . , , ,
,.,
12 CO Roc'd from Farincro and Mer3035 R. Vun Sunt
of L o n g Drnnch f o r loan on
shlp,'>check
in
full
for
(axes
chants
Nutlonul
Bnnk
check-In
'3281
Charles
I
I
.
Clayton
12
00
Coroiurs'
F
e
e
s
.
fipiitembcr
20. .
County
Tax
Board—Salaries,
4
c
.
<1
County noto
. . . . . . 12,000 00
1916
12,390 88
full for bank stock tux yeur
32S2 John C. Cluylon ...,
25 00
Htjitcrnber 6.
Reod
from
Tlibmns
J.
Murphy
3003 W. I\ Throekmortoii
lUc'd f i o m HOBO H . Alien h e r
227 72 3303 Harry J. Hoillne
25 00 3625 Warren II. Fnlrbanlis . .
ldld
1,31175 Rcc'd from D. W. Bedford, Col25 00
3004 William K. .Devereuux .
' <.het.li for loan o n C o u n t y note
1,700 00 hli check for Intorest on bond
26 CO
3C26 George Woods, Jr
Icclor or Rea Bright KorCounty T a x .Board.
December 4;.
46 25
to Sept. 1, 1015
1C0 00
3005 Red Bank. Register
ltru'd fiom Cltlzenx Nutlohul
18 CO 3132 W . I'.
3627 ArrowsniHh Bros
ough, his checks for taxes hi
Tlnoekniorton
.
.
.
.
75(10
Rcc'd
from
D.
R.
lllchmbnd,
25
00
Rec'd
from
Joso|>h
McDermolt,
Uunk of Long Branch for loan
106 95 3103 Itlchard W. Herbert
full 1916
12,352 92 3006 Charles 1 / Stout
17 00 3628 Jenso ijawrence, Jr
Collector of Kngllshtown Bor:
10 50
Clerk, his check for
Incidental Expenses.
mi County note
D.O00 00 County
December 26,
J
ough, his check on account
3194 Charles U Htotit
103 CO3629 Harry C. F a y
25 110
fecB
from
Clerk's
office
to
2723
Andrew
J.
C.
Blokes
.
.
.
.
35
00
,
- July 0. '
.
toxos 1016 . . . . . 1
1,000 00 Roc'd from D. * R. Richmond,
Incidental Expenses.
County T a x Doard.
Hcpt. 20, 1014
1,885 15
2751 Michael Quirk
50 90 3108 F. A. Brower
- rRor'd from fiumuel B, KilBllflh
Collector of Engllshtown Bor!l 60
.September 6.
Roc'd from Fred V. Unrkulow,
riec'd from Iloise H. Rellly by
2!I52 Freeman & Thompson . . .
CO 00 3190 \ v . & 1,. .15. GUI-ley
IIIH -heck foi board paid twlco
ough, check tor balance tuxes
,.
66 54 3542 Charles K Kiout
Collector of Mowell Townnhip,
107 25
check
of
Tlronina
ncllly
for
In2900
Hurry
Noalle
250
00
ffor Tiriim
T m i m Raeone
nagone
.
20 00 terest on bond to Sept. I. 1910.3552 \V. 1'. Throekmortoii
hlH check on .account taxes
1916
,...;
1,790 S3 2953 J. Land Hulse
3201
Lcsliir
Blown
'
6
00
75 32
C5
00
50 00 3204 N. V. Telephone Co
July 17.
ISlfl
5,000 00
41 14 3661 Albert L. Ivlns . . )n...
December 27.
September 20.
21 50
12
(10
2907
ItemfiiKton
Typewriter
Co.
Ret'd from O B. Barkalow his
320", H . II. Thrnekniorton . . . .
7 2(1
Rec'd from R, H, Norria, Col- .
Incidental Expenses.
Rec'd from George F. Keller,
Ret:
d.
from
Anbury
Pork
Trust
J968
Thomas.
F
.
Martin
. rheik foi linos and costs from
2 50 3205 Lester Brown
lector of City of Asbury I'urk,
7 00
Collector of Matawim Town.September 6
Co. credit for Interest on deJune 15 Io July IB, 1910 . . .
102 03
c; oo 3264 David C. Boswell
checks on account taxes 1916 50,0n0 00 2970 BenJ. D. Brown
73 50
ship, his check on account of
-Mii-liuil Quirk
posit In bank for Court HOUHO
2971 Joseph IS. Wolcolt
Roi'd from C, B. Bnrkalow.
3265 George D, Cooper
2(12 42
taxes 1910
600 00 Rcc'd from G. B. Cnde. Col51. \V. Holmes
10
r,o
addition
to
date
V
'158
OS
Hheilff, IIIH Uieck for foes and
2972 Leonard J. Arrowsinlth . .
lector of Allenhurst Borough,
326G Lithoprint Co. Inc
k 47 3631 Kcuffcl ft KsiK.r Cf, .
October 3.
Rec'd from II. O, Strohan, Col.1 !l.l
MTVICUH fiom Juno 15 to July
too (io 3267 k'cuu>l & Ksser Co
check In full for taxes 1916 23,211 62 297G O. K. DavlH
3 12 3632 Havlil C. Koswi'll
'.]
from Henrietta 13. Hopo
lector of Millstone Township.,
5©5(l
10, 1010
2977 Harold Throekinorlon . . .
8G9 22 Itec'd
3 00 326S .1. C & O. A. Delnllish . .
Rcc'd from Walter H. Cravnlt,
!• «5
fluoi|;(.
P
.
Co(,]ieiher
cheek
for
interest
en
bond
his
check
on
account
of
tuxes
150
00
141 .ia
July 24.
2978 N. V. & L. H. 11. It. Co.
3 Illl 32li!l SI. W. Holmes
in IK)
(.'. l i Close
Ootoler 4.
1910
1,500 0» Collector of Neptune Town2S 115
RCLM fioin Aiclile Nufow Mosby
2979 J. C. HMop & Co
7 95 .'1270 CIII-IK Meyers
ship, checks in full for taxes
1150
Joel A. Walling
(1 from JoHejih L: Donahay,
1M
December G.
, het t l i u k for interest on bond
125 00 Hoc
K7 50 .'1271 Witllnin Conover
1S16
-59,414 85 2995 C. J. Ktruhnn
i; 50 3C..1S Harold II. Thriii-knioriiin"
Surrogate,
his
check
for
feeu
3 00
R e e d from George Roberts,
July 29.
:iO65 Henry K. Ackcrwin, Jr. . .
73
20
39o:i
Rec'd
from
Tunis
S.
Barkuloo,
3272
C.
K.
Close
5
6
37
Keuffel
»t
lesser
Co
from
Surrogate's
olllce
.
.
.
.
900 43
Collector of ltarltnu Town- y i'i
306r
Keyport
Central
Uarugc..
Rec'd from tlio Jersey Central
fi
00
3904
Collector
of
KumKon
Borough,
3273 Joseph K. Wolentl
37 00
L. J. ArrowHinith ,
Hec'd from Central Kallroad of
ship, his check on account of ,
4 50
Ti action Co. tholr check on
6 00 3274 Leonard .1. Arrowsmlth . .
check In full for taxes 1916.. 40,117 01 3072 Hcnj. I). Brown . . . -.
25 00 3905 Jo.sciili B. Wolrnii
N«w Jersey check for ovcrtaxes' 1916
3,500 Rec'd from II. O. Strohan, Col- .
!' (IIJ
.tcc't <if Ketport nnd Matitwun
3074 C. K. C l o s e ' . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
71 01 3275 W . « .1.. K riurlcy
KI23 ::an Ackerson 6 Ai-hcmm . . , ]
1)0) niCTit of voucher
29 CO Rec'd from Jouoph' I,. Donahay,
Dinw
\w\
r.o
10,353 80 Ttoc'd from' Thomas' L. Maps
3080
David
C.
Boswell
.
,
.
.
.
.
.
.
72
00
lector of Millstone Township,
329(1 L. t'./Kinith A- Bros
81 (10
Henry I']. AL-kel.son. Jr. .]
Surrogate, his check for fees
it'll finin llunlee E. Orlllln her
15 no
188 07 3421, Michael J. Kelly
check on account taxes 191G 5,000 00 3081 (ieorea II. Cooper . . . . . . . .
1 2 0 3912
check
for
stone
purchased
of
.
Stationsry.
from Surrogate's nillco
1180 10 Rec'd from John It. Allaire, Col• rhetic for interest on uond . , .
3091
M.
W.
Holmes
25 00
0(10
3514
Henry
K.
Ackcrsou,
J
r
.
.
.
32
00
County
,
Sept
cinder
li
4 00 Rec'd from William J. Bowe ills
Hi L'd from Mate TreuHuror Wil3092- Keuffel & ISsscr Co, . . , » .
' '
Stationery.
!
lector of Farmingdnle Uor11 lli
K. <i. Bin-on
'
Rco'd
co from Jucoli CHhutta.li
CHhutta.lir
41 25
liam T Held his check" for
check for payment of princiStationery.
out'h, check In full for taxes
.'1214 K. ('.. Huron
21 32 :
h d
hands
off J
Jolin
l
M
M. C
Corlles
ll h
check
k
Printing.
Hioid Bt, Koyport, road . . .
pal
due
on
mortgage
1,500
00
3,200 00
3009
K. G. Bacon
39 41 3231 Clark W. Clayton
1916
.
.
.
'
.
.
.
.
1,784
60
3112."
for old bridge plank Bold from
September I'.
August 1. .
Heed
from
William
T.
Reid,
3023
)•;.
F.
DUBOIK•&
Co
30 57
Printing.
Hcc'd from l^cHoy Sodcld, ColCliynlt Crock Bridge
Monmouth Deinocral .
00 50
lit o'd from tlio Jersey Central
State TreaHiM-er, his check for
Prlntlno.
lector of Avon Borough, check
'3190 F. M. Taylur I'ub. Co. . . .
1 | 1 | tMIUl
A. F, Walllnc
"
Reo'u1 fronl 1'lret National Hank
'I luclitin Co their chceli In full
balance duo Illvcrsldo ltoad
25 00 •3191 Monmoutli Democrat . . .
In full for taxes.'1016 . . . . . . 11,502 76 2987 Morcau tiros' Inc. . .
7.S 14 I 3C46 Red Bunk itcKlsti-i- . . .
of EngUHhtown for loan on
.".(I 2 5
for imlaiuo to dato for KeyContract
State
Aid
Fund
.
.
.
487
85
2988
Heil
Hank
Register
27 (10 32S9 Keypiort Weekly
Ree'd
from
George
L.
GlhhH,
11 00 |.-.847 I'. M. Tnylur Pub Cn
County
noto
10,000
00
1 5(1
liort nnd Mntiwan Draw . . . .
2989 J. Lyle ICimnonth
3,373 08 Kcc'd from Finn National Bank
Rec'd from William T. Held.
K4 25 3394 B. 'F. S. Hrowii
Collector
of AVestv Long
71 50 364S J. W. Nuylor
16. 2U
August 5.
29'JO
Stato
Treasurer,
his
check
for
Newark
E
v
e
n
i
n
g
N
e
w
s
.
.
.
12
60
Brancll Borough, check on acof Freehold for loan on County
Clerk's Omce.County
Clerk's
Office—Salaries.
Sta
2991
Rec'd fiom Joseph McPermott
amount
apportioned
to
MonF. M. Taylor Pub. C o . . . 118 83
count taxes 1910
10,000 00
ndte '.
Se[jtcnittcr l[.
10,000 00
tlonery, &.C.
\
2992 Monmouth Democrat . . .
hiH Lluck foi feea from Clerk's
moutll -County out of Htate
105 18
3S4II Hdward Tnylur mid as. December 28.
Rec'J from First National Bank
10 Kdward
Taylor
Dep.
ofllcc
.'
appropriation for free public
^r
1,903 07
sistantM '
of Behnur for loun on County
Uec'd
from
First.. National
County Clerk'e Office—Salaries, Sta1.275 S2
clerk—salary
for
self
ituL'd fiom State
Treasurer
schools
!),55G 33
3544 Joseph McDermott , .
noto
Bnnk of Spring hake check In
tionery. AC.
4.'iS :i.l
10,000 00
and assistants
1,275 82
J William T Reid his cheek for
December 7.
3652 Klllott Fisher Co
full for bank stock tax 1916..
844 99 2937 Jlatthlas I'lum Inc
305 00 3117 Joseph MeDermotl . ; . . . .
Roc'd from National Freehold
7 2B
458
33
Motoi Vehicle Fund, repairs
Rcc'd
from
William
M.
Thomp3653 imperial MIR, CO
Rec'd from A. C. Errickumi,
2938 J 0 s e i> h
McDi-llllott
Banking Co. for loan on Coun.19 (]l)
3209
Klllott
Fisher
Company
.
.
28
51
Nonvooil A \ c . . . , . . . , , ,
1.400 00
son, Collector of Hed Bank
Collector of Manalapan TownMi' p h .
Me! icrmn
(stamps, Ac.)
89 77 32111 Klllott Flsliw Company . .
ty note
10,000 00
3 60 3C5I J o(Ht;im|jH.
ltei/d fiom Htate Treasurer,
Borough,
cheek
for
10
per
cent
ship,
check
for
tuxes
in
full
etc
)
2873
Joseph
Atkinson
100
00
Rec'd from Kcynort Bankiug
il3 (19
3211 Tile General FireprouflnK
William T Held chock from
cost construction
l'inckney
3655
1916
9,492 95 3055 Ijdward Taylor (employCo. for loan on County noto . . 10,000 00
7'(10
Company
27 00 3651; I.. J. Coivlc & Cn
Motm Vehicle. Fund repairs
Roud
170 66 Rcc'd from W. TV. Trout, ColK- CM. .
ees' salaries)
1270 82 3212 Matthias Plum
from First Nutlonal Bank
S lid
146 2t"> 3657 •Stfwurt-Warren
1'ieihuld *. Adetphla road . .
2,500 00 Rec'd
December
8.
H.
A.
JaobH
lector of Spring I>iike Borough,
3056 Joseph MfDermott
458 33 .1213 J o s e p h
of Lorn; liranch for ban on
12 l!(l
McDeiinott
i August 7.
Hec'd
from
Frank
C.
Byrnni,
Alvnh Buplim.il Co
check in full for taxes WIG 27,443 8(1 Surrogate's Office—Salaries, Stationery,
County note
10,000 00
34 75
(KtiiiniKJ. i-e.)
7(1 0,') 3658
Rei'd fiom N J, Mortgage nnd
Treasurer
of Shrewsbury
31109 .Matthias Plum Inc
Rcc'd from B. V. Poland, Col4C.
Rec'u from Second National
VI CS
Surrogate's Office—Salariei, Stationery,
Trust Co Interest on-Win. J.
Towimhlp, cheek for 10 per
lector of Bradley Beach BorSurrogate's Office.
2964 A. IJ. Little
18 00
Bank of Red Sank for loan
Uihljp Uond end Mortgaee . .
cent
cost
construction
Plnek57 75
ough, check on account taxes
September 6
3057 Joseph h. Donaliay
783 32 3109 Joseph L. Ilonnliay, Suron County note
10,000 00
August fney Hoad 1
,
151 34
1916
' 14,8til 21
Jos.
L.
Uoiiaha;S:
CU-rks
Wardens' and Matrons' Salaries.
October
C.
M .13
rogate—salary and ;usIlcc'd fi i>ni n a. Htrahnii, ColDecember 9,
Rcc'd from William T. Held,
3059 Michael Quirk
SO 00
Rec'd from Anno A. McCloes
Wardens' and Matrons' Salaries.
nistnnts
7R3 32
lettoi of Millstone, township 10
Hee'd from Freehold Trust Co.
State Treasurer, his • check
30110 Hnttle. CJillrl<
30 00 3192 Wm. F. Murphy*1 Sons Co.
her check for maintenance of
59 503r,36
per icut of Hwcotmnn'H Lano
check in full for bank stock
from Motor Vehicle Fund for
Hattle
yulrk
Eilen
LefferHon
at
New
Jersey
Sheriff's
Office—Salaries,
Service
of
.-111 (Id
3293 Burroughs' Adding .MaHold
,
tax year 191G
133 31
941 80
repairs to Bergen'u Mills Cut
Papers, &C.
State' Hospital
101 00
.[
rhino Company
4 00 3537 .Michael Quirli
Ml liO
Rec'd fioin Htato Treasurer
Hec'd from John N. Johnson,
•1,300 50 2684 James MeCium
October 10.
ort
i
.•..&
13 50
Wardens' and Matrons' Salaries.
Sheriff's Office.
IV m 'I HUd for 2nd Hcctlon
Jr.,
TreuKUrer
•
Mlddlctown
2685
James F. Lynch
Rec'd from F. H. Bchlomaim his
December 29.
4 00 3113- Michael Quirk
September II
99 00
Kevpott md Amhoy road from
TownHhlp, check for 10 per
2697 J. C. Ackerman
check for lntcri-Kt on bond , .
50 00
Itec'd from 15. H. Cook, Collec2 00 3115 H a i t i e Quirk . . , ' .
30 00 3516 C. II. Markalow . . . . '
45S 34
tent ' cost
Itlvei-Hidc Drive
, Jlotoi Vehicle fund
1,920 00
2698 Geortre I i Miller
October II.
tor of Atlantic
Highlands
20 00
Hazel A. ,Sujdam
Sheriff's Office—Salaries, Stationery,
4
Rec'il f i oin Htato Treasurer
73 HO
ltoad
.p......
1,5GB
27M
Borough, check in full for
Kec'd from Henry. Schoenleln,
.1. Arthur Butcher . . .
6 !I2
3538 W. It. O'Brien
I!...
Service
of
Papers.
Wm T Hi Id for one-third of
December
11.
inn 00
20,452 62 I 2715
27 Joseph Johnson
taxes 1SI16 ..'
Clerk of Second Judicial Dlx' ' 7 01 :: 111 .1, A. Butcher
125 Oil3S39 J. Arthur Hutilier
Htenoj-raphciu' fees
125 00
125 III)
Rcc'd from Charles 11, Cunovcr,
2716 Frederick W. Collier
trlet Court, check for fees colKcc'd from It. G. Slruhan.
45 50 3112 W, It. O'Hllcu
3598
Jus. It. West, Jr
'.'.[
: . . . 1011 00
llec'd from Jacob Bhutts for old
Collector of Marlboro Town.s 00
2718 C. W. .Seller
lected montli of September . .
Collector of-Millstone Town105 25
1 03 3114 Hazel A. Kuydnni'
75 Off 3599 James Mrf'nmi
Iilunk sold from seven bridges
103 25 Itec'd from Henry 13. ACUCI-HOII,
ship, his check on account
2719 l'atrick A. Hawaii
ship, check for balance taxes
6(10 31 Hi C. JI. Harkalnw
....'.'.'.].'..[[
45S 33 3000 F . \ V . C o l l i e r
iHco'd froin "John Tanaoy for iiitaxes 191G
2720 Charles T. Hly
7,000 00
1,906 50 27:
3C01
Jr.,
check
for
premium
paid
T
1916
2
00
Joso]]h Johnson
317(1 -fliwifl! A. Miller
.'.
13 50
S Ml
• hor performed
for Jersey Cen2721 i-Mward G. Formal!
December 13.
for lnHuraiiec policies issued
' December 3D.
14 00 I'1171 J n m e s McCann
9 00 3002 J. A. liutehcr
.1 51,
tral Trac.*' - : ' Co
103 50
2722 W. It. (VBrion
Hec'd from John Daly Vhcck for
3«o:i 10. (J, Foiinan
for Court llouuo addition by
Rec'd fro'n George K. Van Note,
I'D 00 3293. K M Conk
: . . .,
:.
15 30 3604
7 Oil
2724
bridge
planlc
sold
from
IntcrAckcrsoh and Ackorson . . . .
August 0. " •
Collector
of
Ocean
Township.
'
375 00
lleoruc W . Curlcy
5 00 3295 Lewis II. Bcritcn
14 00 .1605 I'nderwood Typewriicr Co
:i no
2iW'J
laliiyi
Bridge
102
50
October 13.
from First National Bank
check on account taxes III HI -0,01
Theodore. Iliillclc
."..
2 00 3296 I'atrlclfA. llagan '
6 00 3606 Chark-ii II. Fox .k 00
Rec'dTfrinu William T. Held,
of Spring Laku for loan on
Ilou'd .from K. K. Reuben, Col:ior,4 W. H. O'Uritn
Roc'd from T. Kuwnrd Jefrrios
]0O 00 3297 Joseiill R. West, Jr
W. It. (I'Brlen
I;
' 2 00 ,
is
(10
Stlite
TreaKllrer,
check
for
. County note , . . . ' ,
20,000 00
lector
of
Deal
Borough,
check
3058
ch'eck for pipo purchaned by
: Hazel A, Suydani . . . . .
00 329S Kdward i:. Foriiinli
9 SO 3CO7 C. H; Burkalnw . . . . . . . . .
Ji M>
motor Vehicle money ailoted
51,128 30 3062 J. Arthur Butcher
Iicc'd fi-omthi! Second National
In full for taxes 1'JIG
, Freehold Tutvnslilp Cominlttco
125 DO 3299 J. (.'. Aekei-inan
li So l :«I>1 S 11 F. DuRuls & Co .
'.' r.B
to
Adelpiila
Farmlngdale
Bank of lU-d Hunk for loun on
3063 ('. H. Harknlyw
itee'd from R. II. Noi-i-ls, Collec20 88
of County
33
W , It. O'Hrlen
15(10 3G60 p. A . HuKau
;.;
7 50
ltoad
353 90
30S2 C. U. Barkalow
tor of Asbury Park City,
County noto
10,000 00
October 14.
12 48 11301 .los(;!>h .lohnsoti
17 110
Widows' Pensions.
Itec'd from
William T. Hold,
checks
In full
for taxes
Itec'd'from the MaUiwnn Bank
Eoc'd from Willlu.ni T. Held,
Widows' Pensions,
Or, I'll
33II2 F. W. Collier
.September, ii.
-State 1 Treasurer, check for
65,986-71 13053 N. .1. State Hoard of Cllllfor lonn on County noto . . . 10,000 00
State Treasurer, check for
191G
7 96 3543 N. .1. State Hoard of Chll• ! 33(14 .1. A. Butcher
motor Vehicle money allotcd o r»o A» I Rec'd from George B. Roberts,
Rec'd from the First National .
Motor Vehielti Fund for tho*
drens' Gunrdlans
19 till
liren's. Ounrdiaiis
1,289 10 ;.:i3flr, C. K, Harkalow
to Hed Hanlc-Ocennle ltoad..
i.aso s i
Bank of Bradley Beach for
folbwliif roods:
-,5i» 00 | Collector of Rarltan TownWidows' Pensions.
I
Farm .Demonstrator's Salary and Ex
Farm Demonstrator.
Itec'd
from
Charles
L.
Downs
''lean on County 'note . . . , . , , \ . .
G.000 00 Amboy
ship,
check
for
balance,
taxes
& Keyport
N. J. S t a t e Board of Chil.
penses
of
Office.
SepteniJier (I
clu-ck;,
for
maiutenanee
'
of
-.-8,580 38 3058 W. 11. Duryce, Jr
Rec'd from the Citizens .Nation 3119
''Second Section
. ' 570 DO
ihv
184
92
1.319
03
3C67
W.
II.
Duryce,
Jr
.
•
Frederick \V. Downs nt New
41 61!
. . i l l Hank of Long. Branch for
Mroaa Street,.Keyport.11.:H2 71 11,808.71
Special Appropriation—Mosquito
F a r m D e m o n s t r a t o r ' s Salary & E x p e n s e s : 1 30CS W. U. Duryce, Jr.
Jerney Ktate Hospital,' com$1,490,935 47
1.1 M)
loan on County noto
5,000 00
Commission.
.1120 W . H. D u r y e c . J r
541 6 7 ' 3 6 6 9 David Curi-an
* October 17.
mitted Nov.-9, 1911)
15 00
, R c c ' d from tho Asbury Park
r>(> n o
D
I
S
B
U
R
S
E
M
E
N
T
S
.
'
2954
Monmouth
County
Mos3207
N'.
V.
T
e
l
e
p
h
o
n
e
C
o
m
p
a
n
y
6
30
3C70
A
n
d
r
e
w
1
Conover
lloc'd rom William T. • Held,
Itoc'd from C. (Jordon llyers,
' & Ocean Orove Bank for loun
6 ni'
Board of Prisoners and Supplies for
iiuito Commission
2,000 01)
S p e c i a l Appropriation For H o s p i t a l s .
! 3071 Conmlldutt'd Oa»
State Treasurer, check from
Collector of Upper Freehold
. on County uotu •-...
10,000 00
'
County Jail.
3,000 00 3072 Standard Oil Cn
. 5-lit
Special Appropriation—Hospitals.
31 IS A n n S l a v Ho«|iltal
Motor Vehicle Fund for First
TowtiHhlp, hill check on acItec'd from Sadlo B. Voorhees
E
x
p
e
n
s
e
s
.
UC73
July
h.
13
Ml
C
o
u
n
t
y
A
t
t
e
n
d
a
n
c
e
Officer's
2955
.Moumouth
Memorial
Hos
Section Amboy & Keyport
A. B. Dlcl<' Co
count taxeH Ial6
5,000 00
her check for loan on County .
75 00
1(1 20
3,000 00 31S2 J a n e S. D a v i s
1!) Sf> 3C74 N. Y. Telephone Co
4,020 28 Iltec:"(! from Henry Schoenlein,
3012 Tho Sanlfoani Company . .
pltn
Hand
, ! note
,...:
1,40000 Hec'd
14
80
T
h
e
Abdill
Pharmacy
Inc.
7
20
from Fanners -National
3013
BurUI
D
e
c
e
a
s
e
d
Soldiers.
3C7D
.
.
Court
House
Addition.
'd
Standard
Oil
Co
i
Clerk, his check for fees from
n
;, Itec'd from Hnnnnh T, Closo for
23 33 30G4 Henry Hi Ackerson •
Bank of Alluntown check for
210 1)0 1 3 e 7 6 LfmiH Coin ner
12 60
400 Oi) I 3183 H a r r y C. F a y
Second Judicial District Court162 30 3014 LOUIH FlnoKold . . . . ;
loun on County noto - . . ,
C00 00
18 68 3071 George W. Henderson. Jr. 1,(100 0(1 I.327S
•Bank Stock Tax for year 1910
3015 H. Richmond . . . . . w
.. H a r v e y S. lii-dlc
V, 00 |
800 36
n;
22
'..
December
14.
Burial
Dead
Soldiers.
ee'd from First National Bank
CO 80 Board of Prisoners and Supplies For
3010 W. V . Voorhec-s
Mosquito Extermination Commission.
October 18.
September fi.
Itec'd from tlio First National
of Hed Bank for loan on
28 50
3017 J a m e s Kllconinilns
County Jail,
Iloc'd from C. B. Barkalow,
I 3262 C.
V a n Vuris Wanu-r,
i3C40 Charles Brecon
Bank of Bradley Bench check
r,o 0 3
County noto
10,000 00
82 48
1301)1 J. N. Johnson & Son
Aujjli.st II.
.Sheriff, his check for fees from
Treasurer
2,000 0(1 j
Court
House Addition.
In full for bnnk stock tax
:
CO 68 3215 K. F. Dllliols .« Co.
Hhcriff's odlco to Octobor IS,
Court House Addition.
' |
August 12.
35 .*u
September I!.
year 1910
211 DO301il 1). IS. Mnhoney
18
15
I
H222
Calilwcll
&
l
l
a
s
s
l
i
c
h
75
"5
|
H67S
i'Kec'd- fi>om Hcnrv He
Charles Mount K Co.
Hchoenloln',
1010
50 30 3197
(-leorpe W. Henderson, Jr. 4,9:11 6»
llec'd from Hod Hank Trust Co.
.• :io:o Myers & Cottrell . . . ' . . . .
77 00 i 11224 John Marciuardt . . .
79 40 319S T h e Bond Buyer
12 2", j 36TJ George W. Henderson, Jr,
J Clerk 2nd Judicial
Judicial DlHtrlct
Itec'd from C. U. Barkalow,
F. T. Burke
700 (ll>
check In full tor bank stock
61 00 3225 Hellrani Bli-cll
23 2C ill 119 T h e Brown Ureim Co
Court, fur fees
178 00 Sheriff, his check forfluesnnd
128 "0 I 3CSO Warren II. Cqnover
! 3022 .luhll Marquardt
201) 01)
tax
year
IMG
5,!66
56
15
05
1
3226
3200
26 24
AuuUHt 14.
costs collected to Octobor ID,
Myers it Cottrell . . .
f'leorue W. lluiulerson, Jr. 3,357' :1O I
aos:i K F . DuUols & Co
December 15.
86 30 3227 W. V. Voorhoos . . . .
62 40
Rec'd from Joneph L, Dunnhny,
11)10
180 05
3013 Charles Mount & Co
J25.S03 OS
Hec'd from Atlantic Highlands''
41 63
Surrogate, for statement , , .
1,084 97
:;228 1). I i Malioney
;;:D,4I7 y."
October 21,
Discount and Interest.
National Bank check In full
93 20 I
3232 J. N. Johnson it Son
Jl 5
July
5.
Board of Prisoners, and S u p p l i e s . . .
llec'd from William T. Ueld,
,
AuifUKt 10.
j 3915 II. TI. Nun-is, Custodhin,
for bank titocU tax year 1816
1,022 19 :957 Firnt National Uank of
113 S2
,1233 F. T. Burke
\
• .Seiitcmhcr 6.
Stato TreaHurei-j check for
nallroail Tax
ill llec'd from Tho Texas Co. for
1(1,1(1.". SI)
Iteo'd
from First National Bunk
IS 12 I3609 J X. Johnson & Hon . . . .
28 50 3231 II. Richmond
Ml 7.SI 31I1C Cli..rVs SliennaM, Cnstdamount
npportlonod
for
sup-In voucher
7 05
S(iriiiK l^jiUe
of
ICitontown
check
In
full
for
50
55
I 3235 Louis Kim-Kohl . . . .
port• of" Public
- '
Schools In said
3610 Charles Mount & Co
39 53
August 17..
Hed Bank Trust Comdian
Itailmml T a x . . . I,O70 71
' 85 !
tax year 11)111
25122
144 44 j 32S6 The Abillll l'liurniai-y In
3612 R o b e r t B l u i n e
County out of Stato Fund ap
....,._.•
.45 5 0 3917 Aliram Morton, Custodian,
flecM- from (leor^o W. Allon ills
jiany
December 1G.
31',!.'! Louis FlneBold--.chuck for interest on hond u'nd
8.822 B3
. . . " 38 (IS
proprlatlon
Ceorgj M. Davison, casliDiscount, on Temporary Loans,
Railroad Tax
Itec'd from Mnnnmiuan National
3614 Myers & Coltrell
mortyajie
144 44 3170 2nd Null. Hunk' uf. "Red
3 1 5 5 MIS R. I1, lleiiilrlckson. C1111•ler
,./,...
70 00
pelobnr 21.
Bank
check
in
full
for
bank
3615
Itec'd from Stato Treasurer
2
4
S
r
,
l
'
M
1
5
II.
Rielnnond
22 3S
Farmers
N'ntional
Hank
of
Haul;
'..29C0
Roc'd from Htirry. M. Wilson,
ti,dl.in, Railroad T a x . .
tax
year
191G
;
.
46S
58
Wm. T. Held liln check for Mo41 in ilillsl Howard A. Siit(i!iin, CusAllentown'
-.....:.
282 11) ; 3177" Asbury I'ark Trust C o . . . . 2-18 III I »6Hi F. T. Hurke
ClurJc, Ills i-huck for fiicH colItec'd from the People's Nator Vehicle Fund for Oal'hurst ^ . „ „„
3178 At. Highlands .N'ntl. Hunk
213 S4 '3617 New- Life Food Company .
50 OO
& .Merchants
29C1 Farmers
looted from Aug. 1 to Oct. 14,
todian, llalh-iuid T a x . .
tional
Bank
check
in
full
for
• and Intcrlakon Hoad
141
73
31711
Farmers
&
Merchants
:i(ll.S
10.
F.
DllHols
fc
Co
41
90
Hank
',
l
COOOOOi lPiriit Judicial'DlHtrict Court
Frank L. Howland. C u s 1,15700 'bunk stock tax year 191U..,'. . 474 74
2I5 21J3IH4 W. V . - V o o r h e e s
(17 20
ft' llec'd from C. B. Barlmlow,
i
Nail. Bank
2902 First National Hank of
October 26.
tciilfcin, Hiillroail T a x . . . 2(1,42:1 2.",
Ilou'd from Byron Wardoll for
Sheriff, iilH chock for Ihiea und
122 (11 3645 1>. 10. Jlnhoncy
as J6 .in., 1 II. I'1. Newnnui, Custodiiui,
Belniar
143 75 31S0 Citizens National Hank . .
•
i Roc'd from Anna T, Garrlgan,
maintenance of-Kduar Wardell ------ i>, costs . . • , . . . : , , . , . . . . . . . . . . . . ,
294 25 !-3S10IJ John Mnrqunnlt
.
~'J4 4nI
Freehold
Mutual
Loan
J31S1 —-LuiiR Brunch -Trust- C o . . .
!963
180 00
Trustee, cheek for Interest
Hallrnad T a x
at N. J. State Hospital . . .
16 CO
b'Rec'd from C. B. Barkalow,
Assn
287 50 i 31S5* Red Hank Trust Co
25J) 00'3:i(l7 T h e Abiiill I'harmacy Inc.
11 15131122 Frirnian
on 1*. II, Unrrlgan mortgago
00 00
It. Tlli'iniison,
Rcc'd from C. U. UarUalow,
IS Sheriff. IIIB check for foeu and . . - / . » Rec'd from Joseph MclJcnnott.
Discount and Interest. .
I
Election Expenses.
1!
Cusloillim, llallriiail'Tax
Election Expenses.
Sheriff,
check
for
fees
from
ofSeptember
<
>
.
<» sorvices
i 33IT Daniel A. Nnut'liton
60 00
l , l i 0 42
county Clerk, IIIH olieck for
31123 Walter II. ilraVntt. CusJuly 5.
lleo
to
Dec.
16,
.I<Jlti
844
10
US 63
hir.si Citizens National Hunk . .
'* '
, August 24.
y> ^o ! Court Expenses—Salaries, Constable
I fees from Clerk's olllce to
todian. Uailn'jHl T a x . . 9,212 M
2956 Harry F. David ..,"
!i it.).^
from C. li. Harkalow,
Orove . National
Reo'd from Joseph McDormolt
15S2 Ocean
42 50 i
Fees, &C.
J3921 Harry F. lfcivl.-i. Custodian,
2,0!0 84. Itec'd
October 20
2997 diaries 15. Kini;
Sheriff, check for ilnes anil
: « 2 iii
hlu check for fees from Clerk'a
J4 17 1
Bank
yi ro : 3O!t9 Hurry X. Johnson . , . , . . ,
•
I
October 28.
Itallrnail Tnx
2998
John
It.
Allaire
costs collected to Dec. 10,
::oi us ! 3S2.T Will. M Thoinpsuri. Cu:i- 1,177 03
hy olllcu
62 50 I KS.'I T h e Matnwan Hank .
{•> 50 -3107 Ueurt'u W. I'oolc
2,263 16 lu-c'd froni 'William T. Reid,
Frank I*. Van Note.
1D16
88 38
201 39
113 01I35K4 R e d H.mli Trust Co
OooOl'"- 1 John II. UoUKliton
mute Treasurer, Ids thecl; for
ll
Aueust 20.
todlnn. Hailroad 'I';ix . .
li. V. l-'uttersou
December
18.
If, 00 I 35K5 Asbury 1'a'rk • & Ocean
one-third stenographers' fcos
I 3526 Tunis H. Harkiiliio, I'IIS125 00 Iicc'd from First National Bank
from J. C. Butphln,
3001 Washington Klre Co. . . . 35 00 1'^'-" Verna F. llouirhton
(| Roo'd
1SS 61
13 30
tJrove. Hank
HO on I 3123 F. M,,'l'aylor IJU1J. CO. ..
Novcmlier 8.
Treas; **of Manalapan Townlodlnii, Itullrcnil T a x . . .
3002 William J. Sorfel
of
Sen
Bright
check
In
full
for
3124
James
McCann
17
00
3586
2nd
National
Hank
uf
Red
3B27 I'laiiirl W. Heilford. CilKRcc'd from 'William M. Bcrshl|i, 10 per cent tho cost of
35 00
bank stock tux year liilG . ,
252 56 |3 « Daniel Martin
200 01)
3125 Ilenry Nchoi-nlein (dis1
. Bank
Ken, Freeholder, for sale of old
Tcnnent and Gordon's Corner
todlnn, Railroad T a x . .
Court Expentes.
Hec'd from Keyport Banking
trict court)
75 00 ; 35S7 First ' Nut lonn 1 Hank of
601 05 ! Iron from Wreck l'ond Bridge
392S K A. Kexxnilth. Cuctodhiu,
Ilond
•;-,
July
5.
Co.
chuck
in
full
for
bank
I
Bradley
Beach
Walter
Taylor
(district
and for old brldgo plank sold
::li2(!
August 28.
Uallroail Tnx
C8.4fi
James
McCann
2084
stock
tux
year
i
s
m
.
.
.
.
.
874
42
court)
150 00 35SS First National
Hank of
Charles Longstreet, $3,00 . .
3921) Cieorgc L. Cllibs, Cnsto213 00
Iteo'd from Thomas Van Bonlit! 00 .1127
20S5 James F I-vtioh
llec'd from Asbury l»ark and
Oeui-u/e II. Van Winkle
Spring Lake
Rcc'd from John Daly for sale
thuysen hlu check for interest
illan, ltallroad T n x . . .
72
0
0
.
2086
Chillies
W.
Keller
Ocuun
drove
Bank
check
in
(district
court)
43
70
Elections.
27 60
of old brldgo plank (rom
j 3930 S. , A. Lockwood, , Custoon bond
,
21,87 John A. Howland
75 00 j 3 , o 8 Joint A. Howland
75 00 !
September 6.
5 00 • full for bank stock tax year
,'J Itec'd from Wlntlold H. StephPleasure Bay Bridge
ilinn, Itallii'aii T n x . . . 1.4.SJJ3I
2088 I. II. Taylor
1 IU I •||«<) C, Wesley lilover
1916
3,700
74
29
20
3619
Hazel
A.
Kuydani
eiw hlK check for fecn from
n.oc'd from Joseph L. Uonahay,
.Tolln It. Allaire, r u s t o 2089 Walter Taylor
December 11'.
ISO <j!H 3130 Klmer II. Ccran
250 no 3,050 I'IMUI Om>--(ruetion Co.
First Judicial District Court , .
084 53
Hurrosutc, check for fees from
diau, Kallroad T a x . . :
2690 James B. Housol
6G 36 3651 Joseph McDcrmott
7 7il
W.' Heller
Surrogate's otilco
1.007 53 llec'd from Long Branch BankAugust 30.
? ! Sj. 3131 Charles
CSi-oree U. Itolieils, Cus2691 J. Frank I'allerson . . . ; . .
1
Ing
Co.
check
In
full
for
bank
59
55
3857
Joseph
Atkinson
309
32
3932
W.
I
.
Throckmortun
Rec'd from John H. Van Mnrtcr
Uco'd from Wytkoff Hendrlcktodian, Rnllroair T i n . . ",.l 11 12
• " ?J ! 3132
Hnrry
C. Badeau
slock
(ax
year
H110
2
2
H
a
r
y
800
13
2092
131 !I4 3S1IS Albert Dntli Company
55S 00
his check for interest on bond
60 00
son his cheek for loan on
Charles IC. Coiiover, CusIt* OO j 'II 't't A. W. Kelly
2693 W. H. Stephens
from Long Brunch Trust
f.OO 00 3S1I9 Leonard J. Arrowsmlth . .
50 00 3933
Chnrlt'H F. Sexton
Rec'd from Wlllinm T. Mold,
County noto
4,000 00 , Hec'd
todian, Hnilronil Ta.t . . 1,721 93
» » » » 3134
2691
Clark
W.
Clayton
Co,
chock
In
full
for
bunk
500
0013913
Alfred
J.
Wlldtnan
,55
00
Knlir
V.
Lawrence
Htato Treasurer, his chocks
Roc'd frpm First National Bank
N. Jnlinson. Custii25 50 3130
" » S Michael Quirk
Blt
Plumbers
P l lA
Assn.
stock tax year 1918
1,799 31 2095 Blaster
3934 John
23 75 I
'
Court Expenses.
from Motor .Vehlcto Fund to
of Bngllshtown for loan on
dian, Itaih-oail n'ax . . .
91
51 00 3137
2696 Charles II. Crawford . .
fi nnn nn'Rcc'd from John M. West, Col- I
September 0.
I gq^n Charles 11. Dnvlsou. C u s - 7,317
Detective
,bo uppiiod towardB following:
County noto
o.uuu
uu
i
Mlddletown
TownJonathan
C.
Ackerman
•60
75
2697
c
c
(
o
r
o
t
097
31J3525
Harry
N.
Johnson
54
171
'
roads:
Rec'd from Asbury Park Trust
todian,
Itaihoad
T
a
x
.
.
5,435
269H
08
00
I
Oeorgc
K.
Miller
ship, check in full for tuxes
. 77 44 |3r,34 CU'oruc W. I'oole
62 511 • 30™ I.li'1'iinrd V. Poland, Cilstii313S
Co. credit for Interest on deNorwood Avenue
3,054 40
1,500 00 3139
year WIS
41,744 25 2689 C. B. Bsu-knlou224 S7 3647 It. V. Lawrence
500 00 |
posit in bank for Cuurt Houso
Orchard m i l
1,500 00
diaii, Ilallronil T a x . . . . 2,7iO 78
,2700 I.l.Ia II, Hcndriclisim . .
5 00
250 (10 3937 F r e d D. .Bnrkalow, C u s Harry C. Hadcau
3548 Klmer H. Geran
1
addition to Octobor 31
63 08 Roc'd from Fred D. Harkalow,
Amhdy - Kcyport second
2701
10
no
•l.lda
11.
Heiidrlcksoii
.
.
Collector of lloivcll Township,
500 00
28 00 3519 CharlcH F. Sexton
J, I''i-.-illl\ I '(ilterson . . : . ,
Koc'd from People's National
Section
. . . *480 p'O
ludlnn, Itnllnxiil T n x . . . 2,1175 23
S7O2 Leonard J. Arrowsmlth
S 36
hlu
checks
for
balance
of
tuxes
IX-ntcn
C.
Howard
65
(10
C.
H.
Harlialow
l.OUll
00
3550
Bank
of
Keyport
for
loan
on
BrDdil Btroet, Koyport 1,105 61
3938 Kiln-Ill llolibs, Custodian.
...'..,.
...
2 .92
6.348 64 I 2703 James McOann
J a m e s F. Lynch
5 110
Jolin (1. Nixuu •
2 CD
County note
Freehold ft Adelphla., 4,325 00
15,000 00 • 1918
Itilllrond T:ix
2,1)23 SI
14
III)
2704 I'eler T. Krawley
December 20.
W. P. Throekmortoii
6S 76 3910 .11. (!, siriihnn, Custodian,
2111 Fn-derlek S. Meyer
2 05
Rcc'd from Charles F, McDonl i e d Bank & O c e a n i c . 8,422 01)
150 Oil 3 1 ( 5 W. II. Strp'hens (iliBtrlet
2701V Jncuu Kteliibiit-h, Jr. . .
Ree'd from Central National
Charles S II. Mount . . . .
25 00
ald for long distance- phbuo
Sea Bright & Lone
1 _ Railroad T a x
2TO0
75
00
Ilenry
Kclioenleln
Bank
check
in
full
for
bank
cii-ome W. Curlcy
x 50 3911 John McWooil, J r . C u s - 1,637 56
court)
7!l 25
culls
Branch
10,000 CO
10 00
25 58 ."HI;
slock tux year 1910
1,019 56 2707 lit-uree H. Van Winkle
2 7".
25 00 ' 3565 Jucol) Alirains
Charles s . II. Mmmt
Freehold ft Matnwnn.. 2 , H 00
tiMll'in, ltallrnad T a x . .
November 10.
27OK Chnrlt-M Mount
25 00
Rec'd
from
Ocean
Orove
N
a
Charles
II.
Sandman
.
.
.
.
7
42 3942 William W. Trout, C u s Adolphlu. ami Farm- V I
an" Jacob Ktelnbiieh, J r . ,
.155(1
Hcc'd from William T. Held,
27011 Josepli li\ity
59 50
' tlonal Bank check In full -for
HenJ. It. Hush
1 "'r'
(district
i-nurt)
150
00
Ingdnlu
2,31.100 34>127 51
fodlan,
Itaihiinil T u x . .
3557
State Treasurer, check from
02 76 314S JamcH H. Ilniisel
bank stock tax year lillO . ,
477 00 2710 Charles T. M y
5 1.1
!i 65 355S M a n y C. Bndi-mi
August 1. yA
IJranillii V. Johnson. C u s Motor Vehlclo Fund for Nor2711 Joseph Johnson
68 00 3149 lleorne W. Curley
Itec'd from Edwin Ilobbn, ColLouis Coin HIT , .
2» 111
42 110
Iloc'd from Anbury Park l':jiat
todlnn, Hailniail T a x .
WOOLI Ave,
,
430 05
2712 I'ntrk-lt IIiiRan
2,1.17 : i ;
lector
of
Shrewsbury
TownOS
00
144 00
3150 J. Wesley Johnson
ll 00 3511(1 Jolin I,. McConnicU
Co. credit for Interest aco.jnK.
JI. lieutell,
I'llBtnRec'd from William T. Hold,
nhln, check In full fur tax 1916 18,195 63 27 H Austin 1'. Clayton
• 5 9 50 III 51 Leonard .1. ArrowKinith..
y
ll', III :i r. 1; 1 I.. .1. McCornik-k
ias 30
tihited tin deposit hi bank Jor
iliilli, Riillroiid T a x . . . .
Htato Tronuurer, chock from
2725 (Ivul'KU W. Clllley
6S7 71
59
50
Rec'd
fronrlt.
F.
Newitntn,
ColIIIIC
Walter
HpeiiKlcr
Illl
»5
John A. IIOI'IIL-II
.21 10
Court HOUHO addition . . . J 4 .
KilKur II. Cook, C u s t o .
125 10
Motor Vehicle Fund for tho
35 64 3153 C h a r l e s I I . C m u ' T o n l . . . .
lector of MnnnMiiuait Borough,
272S (leoi-ffc W. Curley
.
J. J. McCnrlliy
22 Oil
4 III
Bcntcmher 1.1 s
(Han, .HaUl-onil Tux
following I-OIUIH:
2,i;ns 711
.48 30 II154 C l m r l e s II. C r a w f o r d
chcclt in full for balance tnxcu
2727 CliurlcK V: Dulliils *i S o n .
Flunk
Fnli-rlcl
1
'
n'J
4.'.
Oil
Itco'd from New Jorsey M.;i|AVni. j l ; AckerMiin, CimtdFreehold & Adclphla ..2,001) 00
23 20 .'1155 J o h n \V. l l u U 1910
'.,.-....
4,407 77 272S Mlchuel yulrl<
2li 5 0 3665 Cu.-.KIcive Detect iv Anent-uite and Trust Co. for Inter- .
illan, Kallrond T a x
BOIBOHH Mills Cut Off.. 1,401) 00
141 (10 11151! W l l l l i i m P . HillsiRcc'd from Citizens' National
2729 John 1,. McCoiiiiicU . . . . . .
S70 26 3917
vy .,
:
12 I Kl
!j est on bond Df Anna Brudy.
25 00 Amboy & Koyiiort, First
Arthur (.'. KiTlclismi. Cus152 00 ;t 1 r. 7 W l l l i n m H. l l u l s i Bank of LonK Hranch check in
2730 I, .1. McCormli-k
.-..
S 90
211 111)
,1.
Frank
Pnltcrson
p.'
•
September 2.
todian. Italli-oail.Tax . : . 2,111.1 H5
Hection
'.,..8,59S 92
full
for
iianlc
stuck
tax
.
.
.
.
2731
John
M.
.Sniltli
.
.
150
90
2,078
39
120 -6 39IS <•',
John II. Kintth
2:12 Illl
J Rec'd from New J<"" y Mort(.iiirilon l l y c t s . Custip.
:nr,.s L. .1. .Mi-Corinl.-k
Amboy & Koypurt, ticc- '
Hcc'd from ICeunshiu-g National
2732 Mary Frederick!!
li III)
C. II. Crawford
2 1 ;',f,
j»" gngo and Trust Ci?. lor Inter- ,
8 00 -,,.-,, \. S Van Hlinl.irl;
'II.in, linllroail T a x . . . .
ond Hcctlon . . . . . . . . . 864 00
L'.7:il 71
Bank
check
In
full
for
bank
2?33
F.
,M.
Taylor
IMh.
Co
Henry
Sehocnlelii
(ills-53
2,"j
i:Mt on bund of Walter 1).
Mli-li.n-l IJulrlc
3!I4!) 1 clloy Holli'lil, Cintodlan,
Broad
Htrcet,
Keyport.5,601
78
18,464
70
5
J
J
J
31WI
stock
tax
191C
27.'H
Wlllinm
i,ewalli-u
75 (10
IVi nil
• irict)
Furry
20 00
Kiilll'iniil Tnx
:lltil John I,. Mi-Corniick
November 14,
273!i Hullf V. Lawrence
Itec'd from B. A.'Hexmnlth, Col12 mi
3162
'
I'ntsy
Harliilr.'lo
how;
Hi'niich
I'rcsK
ComJleo'd from Kinnnuel Arclier for
500
S!|
eiiiec W. Smith, Custo.
Itec'd from Henry tkhoculoln,
5 20 ;il(i:i Luster (.'. fluylnil
lector of Wall
TOWIII.'KII,
273H Nlcliolllli F:irli!V
pany (district)
26 Hi)
two yearn' Interest on Hurnh
(Han, Itnilronil T a x
Clcrlt of Hccoud Juillcial DIH1,291! (m
'.S ill Kliil Henry .\. Wi-lscnl>ur«ur..
check In full for taxes llilti.. 19,604 03 2737 ClinrlcH 'H. Moiir.Oiiri.-i- H. y-.i'i
Winkle
).', nil
IS. Conk mortgngo
20 00
trlct Court. IIIH check'far fecu
10 SO 31115 Frank K. Nlbletl
273S l.nuls Mendel
Rcc'd from Cluirleii E. Coiiover,
(illslrlct)
s
no
lU'c'il from Uilward Ilendiickcolleoted durhiK month of Oc22
SO
I
Collector
of
Marlboro
Town2739
W
.
II.
Humidors
C"
N
Y.
Telt-phone
1'iim.1 (i-i
31116 Jiiscpli H. Thompson
son lilii cheek for Interest on
tober
170 30 ship, check In full for balance
Board of Prl!on<ra.
7 4 0 ] .:MI17 I.mils Cola ner
2740 A: P. Clnyton
pnny (district) . . . .
morlRiiire
75 00
l l e l o h e r 4.
November. HI.
tnxe.M 1910
5,914 33 2741 City (if Anhui'v Park . . . .
Lawyers
Co-Opera live
12 iiii
Mary (' Fredericks
Itoc'd from llohcrt W. tli-urby
4075 l . n u l s Flni-lliilil . . ' . . . .
Ron'd from C, U, Hni-liiilow,
III M
2742
William
IJ.
WullliiK
Iicc'd
from
First
National
Hank
Ciiliipnliy
77 io
City nf A s l m r y l-ark
for liiterent on Wlllliim V.
4076
11.
l
|
|
,
h
n
i
oi|dHherlff, IIIH chock for fecn col:\: :':i
2743 J, Walter Cottrell
2 80 3 | r n
of itchnar check In full for
Walter
Tnylor
(dlstrh-l
4S 00
Stewart mortgage
lic-iil-K'1 A. Miller
CO 00
•1077 F , T , H u r k e
''
lected to Nov. 16, 1916
-.' 1,005 85 bnnlc stock tax 1HI6 . . . . . . . .
ml 4:1
2741
tilmvr
H.
(ieran
.
.
.
;
.
.
.
.
.
.
250 00
515
Oil
i-ourl)
<s
0
1
1
3171 Jiiini-N Jli-t'.niii
'
September II.
4O7S Hii-tiiini Hhch
Rco'il from c , H. Burlialow,
15 -'li
274.1 (.'harleii !•', Se^lon
510 Ml
Itec'd from First National Bank
W. II. Kteplu-iiH (illxlrli't
3172 Chillies T. Kly . . '
H e e d "-from A, 1,. Grecntiurgli,
4079 l l , !•:.-.Muhfiiii-y
HluillT, hlu check.for ilncn and
(4 71
2740 John A. Honlen
16 SO :il7:i Austin I'. Clnytmi
of FnmiliiKdiilo chock In full
7.S 71 4IWU • 10. F . D u l l i i l n & Co
in on
court)
'
Iron Coinpntiv chock for ovcr, coHts collected' to ,Vov 15.
31 :-.,
for
bank
ntock
Inx
1!'1C
.
.
.
.
2747
.liihn
W.
Ihilwi
29
15
H7
37
',:,
mi
Harry A. Hui-dcn (IIIH3174 Jusi-pli Hue
. ptiyiiiciit of voucher
171 00
40S1 My,.|-.i H Cotti-MI- . ' . . ' . . ' ! "
11110
.\ . . . 158 03 Reo'd from New Jtrsiiy Mort20 40 :!I7", Klwnwil I I . Newman
2748 Wlllinm I). Hul.i
5 4(i 4IIS2 N e w l . l f e . - F o u d C o
n; r,
trlct court)
..'.....
. tioptombcr (I.
November 23. '
16 00 32li:i F, A. I'nvis Co..
27411 . Vernil F. HniiRhton
BaRo hud Trust Co, cheek In
•i 50 •llis:i J . N . J i i h i l s o i i H Hun ..'..'.
5 511 3577
l^l'ank \V. lOt.'U'le
Iteed from William T. Hold,
Rcc'd from Jennie c , Hcoboy
1!2 (IS 32(lii N. V. Telephone l'i>
2750
John
II.
Honghtou
.
.
.
.
.
.
full
foi'
Imnli
stock
tux
1010.
!)0J
75
9
r,r>
75
00
3618
Joliu
A.
lliiwlaiid
.
.
.
.
:
.
.
.
„ tjtnlQ Tren»urer, hln check for.
J0»4 Cha.-lCT H, I I . M o u n t * C o .
check for Intoront nn Nnlicy
2T52 J, Wesley J o h n s o n
December 21.
11 70 32311 Joseiih Alklnxiiii
1(1 (>n 4005 W . V. V o o r h c o i .
'111 112 3579 N. Y. Teleidione ('o. . . . .
state aid la ho applied to tho
Bcolioy Bond to Hept. 1, 1010,,
50 00 Ree'd from National Frcohold
":i in
2931) A. W. Kelly
1 2 5 - 0 0 3219 Joseph .liilllisoii . ,-:
7 4(1 412:1 . l u l l , , i t . i . o t t
is n o 3i",M) Leonui-il J. Ari-owsmllli..
Ulveraldo ltoad contract . . .
;.,;;'
4,7(7 90 Rco'd from Franklin L, Groff
Till III)
2931
A
r
t
h
u
r
H.
V
a
n
llunlilrk
.
.
Hnnklni;
Co.
check
in
full
for
35K9
1,1100
Illl
C. II. Iliirkiiliiu'
4.1 DO
llec'd from William M, Uorgcu
I'ntrlcli A. llniiau ".:
I.T.Ifi . l i i h n K l n n l i l i
chock for Interest un bond to
•M" Mi
29.12 Frank I'Vdi-rlcl
fit. (ill 32511
hank slock tux i!i|6 . . . . . . . . .
043
3CI10 Mlehnnl Uvill It
i!il 25 4330 - T l i o AI..IIII Pliiiriiuii-v Ilic'.
for ualo of old brldgo plnnk
;i_'fii .1. I I I.OKIIII
(iili'ii.ict
Bcpt. 7,( 11)10
K 00 Rec'd from Second
(i :.'5
2|i::( IlL-iiJuniln It. HIIHII
1 65
National
26 K> 4337 .lollri M a i i | l l i l l ( l t . . . '
.1. W. HlilMe
25 if,
from Point Pleasant 116.00 and
ciiui-i)
'..:
November 23,
Mi 2<)
2935 . Henry A. Cutmn, M. D. . . 200 00
Bunk of Red Ilnnk cheek In
4H 110
J a m e s I'\ Lyncli
J5.4O from Charles Halght,
127 110
Discount nncJ Interest.
Rco'd from The Mtitowiin Bank
full for bunk ntock lax 1916 2,875 M 2H30 . Harry is. Blmw
25 00
•
.1.
C.
Aelicnnan
7
5
0
brlllftfl n e r Mnnanquan Itlver
FrccnoldcrG'
S
a
l
a
r
i
e
s
a
n
d
S
a
l
a
r
i
e
s
of
,
Uclobcr
4.
SO 40
cliack for Bank Htock Tax for
!) 0 0
Rou'd from Asbury I'urk Trust
2II6S . Honey & Hai;e
125 0 0 I0J1 Ki.yiiorl IIIIIIIIIIIK Co
Itec d from Joseph L, Uonahay, „
A. W. Kelly
Officers.
year 1010
114 72
454 80
Co. check In full far bnnk
297fi N. Y,v Telephone Company
10 20 3(l'.i2 . J o h n Hnly
Hurroynte,, lila check for '
: . . . 12r. OH
Jucol) Stclnlnich, Jr., (ills1
i?iH Jh'iinwiuan Niitlimal Hnnk
Roo'd from Jowph McDormott,
' 71) 17
ntock tax 1910
3003 W . l .-Throekmortoii . , , ,
68 65 3I)'J:1 John M Curllen
7110
62
151) Oi) 40:i:i Flint N m l , llauli of I4im"...
j
as
nil
lrlct
rnurll
.-.
from Bui-'Wite's ofllco
County Clork, clwek for feca
J01 47
3010
Hurry
N.
JnliiiHon
lloo'd
from
Huncoaut
Nntionnl
54
17
2
tW
aoili'
Churli-n
M.
W
v
i
k
u
n
.
.
.
.
125
00
ri
Horatio .Wlialey
riec'd froiivfliHt'National Bank
from olllco to Nov. 20, 1910. 2,162 SO
llt'illowil , .
,,
M) -,MJ
3U5I . U e o r s o A. i'oolo
Bank check In full for bank
62 CO 3095 T. Kdwnrd .li'drlen
2 50
1 2 1 0 0 3597 Jessi- Lawrence, .1 r
* of Encllnhtown for loan on
November 20. '
Election Expanses.
mock lax 1910 ,
I...'.,.
1,1»3 02
Freeholders' Salaries and Balftrlea of
3(1116 Wl.llnlll M. H e w n
125 0(13637 Went Publishing (,'
14 0 0
County note
,
c ; fiom C|mrlen Hhcrmun,
G.OOO 00
Officers.
.
Rco'd
from
,
Chlirlru
Khcnnali,
14
50
3097 Charles I'. Melliiniild . . . .
20« 33 3664 Wlllinm H. Lykes
Ilce'd from Muhniiquaii National
Collector of Atlantic Town411 7.'l
July 6.
Collector of Atbntlp TownII 95
3(I9« (icniKC I). Cooiicr
260 Illl 3605 Leonard J. Ari'owsmllh . .
M D i n m i t :::
nlilp, check for 10 nor cont
lJnlik for IOIUI oiTCaunty note
C.00O 00
i l l I.",
• y 211(0 A. f>. M e f a b u
nhlp, chock on acruiint taxes
147 64 31(10 Mill till MH'lle
81! 10
201138 36116 William I>. Hilbin
jhnro of coat of MnrlhoroHec'd from'K«yport BanUlnsCo,
' l '^!') r A|'|il'Jnnlii
19111
2941
John
II.
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Milter
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0,000
00
2r,
3101 Charles K. Closo
1(10 00
Frt-ilei'k'k B. Meyer
VanderburB ltoad,. located In
for loan on County note
'7,000 00
Vanderb
F. .M, Taylor I'uh. c
Reo'd from R M. Iloulcll, Col2950 Hurry Nenflo
208 33 31(12 John \V, l l l l l s n
4 0(1 4 1 1 7
26 00 mi John 10. NUon
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Tominltlii
i l e e ' d from Anton w i n c l n n e r for
Atlantic
II,
1),
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321 08
lector of Neptuno City, chockH
21169 (,', .1, Htralmn (iialnry for
15 00 4118
31(13 (>. 14. I'lnvls
(16 116 JS1I2 Veriin F. Houi;l\ton
Interest on bond Walter F.
Hnnrurd Miilfliuwii . . . .
t'.V 111)
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, November 2D.
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•
' 150 003104 It, F. llnrlilllow
In full for taxes in lit
3,375 01
lill IU 4 m
• .112 110 r,sn:i John 11. MiiUBlitnn
.!,(•> llei'Kle
37 CO Rcc'd1 from William J. Bnwo
.-in nn •
3036 John Daly .,1 2 5 0 0 310.", C. II. Cniwforil
December 22.
:iS94 'I'hoiiii-s- L. Shicuiu (dls4125 Josi'pli .Mi'dtnuiill
70
00
h i'i
cliet-li for Interest on Ijniidn..
311:17 •'. F Jli'Viiiiinlil . . . , '
3118 ;i:i aim! W, V. Hi-yiiolds
112 CO Ree'd from F, II. Thompson,
II 01. 4120 -John I,, 4-i;llluassn • irict court)
!KI
00
:» si
Rcu d from Tlio Firm Nutlonal
3038 Gcorito D . Cooper . . , ' . , . , ,
$50 (JO 3HIS F , A. Bro'wcr . v
Collector of Matitwun BorF, M. Taylor 1'ulillsliliiK
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THE RED BANK REGISTER.
Pace Sis.
C211 J a m e s lOdwnid Johnson . ,
4 0
Coroners' Feet, P o t t Mortemi a n d
J. C. Aclicrman .
.15 00
Lnlie, p.iy't Co, noto . , 30,000 00 2901 HtutCHlr Milliner Co., H'll
5212 Itlclmril I.ufliurrow
G 0
Autopsies.
Joseph it. Wrst . .
.15 0
iiiO'2 John T. Cook, Howoll . . .
G213 William M. Body
4908
D.
S.
Carey
25
00
P. A. HuBUtl . . . .
,
33 Oi
. 8577,C00.,00 2903 Frnnk Hemlriekson, F'n'd
. is e 4921 R, M. PUrdy . . . . '
. 2 5 00 5S14 Walter' B. Connor
Joseph Johmon .
.10
0
2004
W. R Mount Co., Jiannl'n
8
5
1 11357 D. X'. Jluiabury, Interest
U. M. Conk
It. F a i r b a n k s •..:;
25 00 5215 John H. Conover . . . . . . .
.15 O ;
on County note . . . . . . .
100 31 2005 C, M. nogon), U, Freehold •
3981 J. W. HUIBO
34 0 4922 W n r t c n Woods,
Jr
65 50 5216 ICdvvnfd IJ. Hnyder . . . . . .
P. W . Collier . . . .
5 0 0358 Ashor T(, Borden, Interest
S982 ' W . D. Hulso
2900 Jon, Ntivlu, Freehold .si
89 0 4923 George
5217
County
TAX
Board,
C.
U.
Barkalow
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Clovoltind
Stnnlon
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0
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on County noto . . . . . . .
!82 00 2907 Pctpr Frawley, Atlahtlo..
3988 W. D. Lvlses
2a ic
0218 Jnnicn Ijiyton
December B.
Bcnnlo H. whlto
33 c 0359 W m . II, Pnttoraoii, Inter3984 Harry N. Johnson
2908 Kugeno Longntreot, stll30
Joseph Hue
4817' C; L. Stout
110 03 5219 B. HI. FoBter , .
,..
0 01
cut on County noto . . . .
175 00
398B Georso W. Poolo
ary bridge tondor.
7 0C 4824 W. P. Throekmorion . . . . .
5220
78
84
It.
Vnn'Snnt
;.
25
0
Wldowi' Ponilom.
0300 Joseph NOVIH, Interest on
S986 IUilir Vi Lawrence
.'.
2909 Sar,ih Wont, Mnrlboro . . .
t221
Incidental Expenses. ,
'
Whlto HroH
3s Oi
Novcmbor 8 . '
County nota .v
8889 2910 Tlntorn Manor Water Co.,
3987 Charles P . Sexton
6222
DecembeiNjJ.
Lloyd
C.
.Rlihlle
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01
4370
N.
J.
State
Board
e(
Clill
0301
Edmund
S.
Rue,
Interest
3988 Minor H. 0Jeran
Katontown . . ,
140 0:
2 06 5223 Josopll McDonnott
clren'B GuarUlnuu . . . . . .
1,274 03 4910 J . -A. WnllhiK
on County note
' 73 DC 2911 A. C. E. I* Co., N e p t u t u . ,
3989 James McCann
4917 H n r r v Neaflo
115 00 5224 John H. Allaire
sn Oi 0302 CharlCH-H.. Okersoir,
O K n , In
I
Burial Decnaiid Soldiers.
3990 James F. Lynch *.
2912 Owen J. Moloo, Ocenn . . .
t..
' • 60
4918 Kdwln S. Lupton
20 00 523B JnmbH F, Lynch
terest on County noto , .
100 83 2913 Vnn Note Coal Co., Ocean
November 8.
3991 Joseph Uua
9 0 03C3 Klwood C. Tantiim, InterDO OO 5820 K. 51. Taylor Pub. Co, . . .
4520 Freeman & Thompson . .
120 00 4919 c . H . T . C l a y t o n
3992 George W. Curley . . . . . . . .
8914 Albert Patterson, salnry
130 0
3 C9 5227 John P. Artair
cnt on County noto . . . . .
44 73
4527 Fred E. Farrv
50 00 4920 L o w T a n n c b a u m
3993 Goorge A. Miller
bridge tender
42 82 5228 Joseph McDermott
2 2! 0304 Wm. II. Heiitlrlctaon. Tn4528 r. Leon Harris
CO 00 4953 Michael Quirk
3994 d i a r i e s T. Ely
2915. Consolidatotl Gas Co., Oc'n
5229
The
Advertiser
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4
7
7
4951
Charles
E.
Closo
74
10
torent on County note , , .
295 69 2D16 M. H. ColirtiH & Co., Oc'n
4529 WlllUm H, Morris, Jr. . . .
GO 00
3995 A. P. Clayton
S230
F. M. Taylor Pub. Co. . . .
102 9 0365 Srnllo B . Voorhcon, Iutcr150 82
45(6 II. C. F a y
GO 00 4955, Goorgo D. Cooper
3990 Charles W. Seller . . .
2917 I'V K-. Conklln, narltan ;•.
5231 ThomoB O. Cowleu
3 00
4950 David C. Boswell
42
' 27 72 2918 JOB. Anplcunte,. Mldillot'n
o»t an County noto . . .
3997 J. C. Ackertnan
County Attendance Officer's Expense!
78 0 0300 Hnnnnh T. Cloao, Intoreat
4957 M. W. Holmes
3 00 5232 Theodore F. Hulls
3998 The Prank Shepard C o . . .
2919 Wm. H. Bonnott. Mld't'n
November 8. .
523.1
2 SB
C. II.-Hurley
30 0:
11 83 2920 Ooo. Hcboftinoycr, 'salnry
on > County noto
t
— S. B.Bergen
4341 Jane S. Duvls
38 00 495S J. C. & G. A. DelntllBh . . . .
5234 C. II. Polhemus
* ' 25 01 0307 Daniel H. I>nlril, IntcrcBt
4959 N . J. State Board Chll- •
4000 p, A, Hngan
brldRO tender ,
' Helplno Teacher's Salary.
6235
John W . Conine- . . . . . . . .
»0 01
4.9 92 3921 Wm. W. Mort-ln, "alary
. dren's Guardians
34 88
on C o u n t n o t o . . . . . . . .
4001 Pusnualo Snrabuchello . . . .
November 8.
LOUR Branch
120 5
Howard JtntthewH
25 9
5039 M. J. Kolly
.-.
• 3 00 5230
.4002 Frederick W . Meyer ; . . . .
bridge tender
brldgo
tender . •
4340 Charlotte E . . Wilson
• HG !
4452 Second National Bank 6f
W.
W
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SlMiniHinore
49
00
JO(S. Tho.;Lllhoprint Compilny .
11 00 5237
J1.2I0
10
Walter Taylor (dlst. court)
922 Hoiiplnic MoHcnry & Frost,
f.23H . C. I C Llnson . . . .•
Red Bank
120 00
C o u r t House Addition.
20 0 R e p a l n n o County Roadt—BultiUna New . •• '
5040 Nell'II. Mlllor . . '
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32 76 G239
4004 i . It. Taylor & Co. (dls^
Mldfllotown
1
November ,8.
Buclmnon & Smock L u m Stationery.
1 75 4453 National Freehold Banktrlct court)
2923 Detroit " Qraphlto
Co.,
Roodi.
•
Ing Company
125 00 4752 Asbury P a r k Realty Co, J
187 50
ber Co
8.C:
December 6.
4005 Hope Electric Co. (dlaShrewsbury
July ».
120 00 4753 CharlflH C. Scliock
187 50 4912 R O. Bncon
25 Oi
57 08 5240 Charles S. Joiner . . . . .
trlct efjurt)
0 35 4451 Keyport Banking Co
2924
Wl.llnm
Ilodney,
mlnry
265 25
4754 Warren H , Conover . . . . . .
150 00 4913 l'eorlcss Key Co
35 01 2786 J a m e s ' O l t o r n o n , N e p t u n e ,
4000 N. Y. Telephone Co. ( d i s 3 00 6241 John N. JohiiBon, Jr. , . . .
Court Expenses,
br|dso tondor . . . . . . . . . .
340 25 2925 Frank
6242 William K. Kenpi
4755 George W. Henderson, J r . 3,882 92
trict court)
Printing.
25 Oi 2787 .Adnm H . Brown, Wnll ,.
C 20
November 8.
Rotlnoy, Ocenn &
173 43
5243 Howard W. Roberts . . . .
December (I.
4007 H a i r y A. Bordcn (district
60 01 2788 J o ^ n S. Whlto, Wlill . . . .
1372 Ocortfo Lulier
18 20
Shrewsbury
Process
Co.,
. 526,415 38 iO(0 Morcau Bros
59 30 5244 Leo BOCBIO
court)
•;
70 5: 2788 Kouoaon
4373 ICIwood II. Newman,
19 25
2920 L. C, Ayrou, salary bridge
Marlboro
388
97
3245
November
8.
4008 The Acme Engraving &
5041
Monmouth
Democrat
.
.
.
'75
02
KeniiBburg
Bencon
40
9
4374 Charles Myers
4 78
tendor
874 '14
37 50 4375 Frederick ,S. Meyer
Clerk's Office, Salaries, Stationery, A C 5246 JTatawan Journal '
Printing Co. (dlst. ct.)...
47 6fl 2790 TIio B a r r o t t Co., Atlnntlc
1 9 5 4756 Howard A. Sutphliti C u s - ,
2927 L. B. Van Nost, aii'ubury
JamoH- H . Johnson, Ocean
5247 Atlantic Highlander
2G8 75 2928
todlan, School O r d e r . .
19C 94
4009 C. 11. Barknlow . . . :
' 1,500 00 I37G J a m e s H. House!
December 6.
0 15
147 7 2791
H. J, Keacli, snlary brldso
27D2
P
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Frntvloy,
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..-"4
45
481C Edward Taylor & nssts. . . 1,275 8! 5248 Keyport Weekly
4010 J m o b Stelnbach, Jr. (dls4:177 George Ueannore
30 70 4757 Wm. SI. Thompson, C u s 85 7- 2793 J n m o a H ; Johnuon, Ocean
...^
430 00 2929 F.tender
todian, School Orui>r . . . 1
318 28 4820 Joseph .McDermott
150 00 4378 Frank A. Mulford . . . . . . .
trk-t court)
408 38 5250 Charles O. Huilnut
7 75
20 01
S, Woekn, Atlnntlc . . .
Thou. Doimliuo, Jlnrlboro
10"00
4011 Harry M. Wilson (district
4914 Ocean Orove Times Co. . .
84 26 5251 B. H. Hughes
4379 Christopher Flick . . . . . . .
. 1 30 4758 Charles Sherman, Custo159 01 2795
2948 Abrnm J. Herbert; Mld't'n
2790
DuHtollliD
V
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r
ROIUIB
CO.,
illnn. School O r d e r
3144
77 00 380 T. H. Jensen
Surrogate's Office, Salaries, Stationery, 5252 Jl V. Patterson
court(
8 55
• 15 01
Upiier Kreeholtl . , . ; . . . .
442 74 2948 F. R. L o n s & W. T.
5253 Snyder & Itobins
9 30
4012 A. \V. Kellv
3S1 Milliard' I.oiv
16 20 1759 Fred D. Barkalow, C u s t o 20 5!
Brondhurst
Co., now
S2G4 Alex Mullen
dian, School Order . . . .
78 55
25 00
4013 Charles S. II. Mount . . . . .
382 C. Wesley^Glover
0 05
December (1.
50 01 2797 Dustollno F o r Honda Co,,
bridge, Watuwan & KeyCOS SO
;255
Matiuvnii
1760
K.
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29 00 1383 B. It. Hush
4014. George H. Van Winkle . .
7 50
50 0
4819 Jog. I,. Donnhny & as.its.
7S3 32 6256 Frnnk A. Soflckl
port draw
12
00
2798
Jan.
JlcCnrinlcU,
Ilphndvl
39 00
School Order
20 19 4910 Robert A. Foster
4015 C. II. Crawford
3S4 I. N. Johnston
15 20
135 OO 6257 George B. Goodrich
50 0C
4 00 2950 John. II. Bruly, Koyport
Hblmdul
4010 Hi-nry Schoenlcln (district
I3S5 C h n r h s P. Wortllley
0 45 761 W a l t e r II. Cravat!,' CustoWarden's & Matron's Salary.
Wm. 13. Bantedo . ;
50 00 2799 J a n . McCorinlclt.1
1
drnw brltlco
5258
83 70
dian. School Order
.270 51
"5 00
cuuil)
3S6 William Burr
'
1100
December 6.
W. A. Swoenev1,707 01 2800 lirotiHon I . Hutloi , ll'milcl
5249
2801
W
.
S.
Htryker,
Jlnrlboro
144
SB 2951 N . y , & v. B; n. it. a , . ,
4012 .N. V. Telephone.Co. (disI3S7 William li.-Conover
75 702 Charles !•'. Ooiiovor, C u s 4813 Michael Quirk
. 90 OO
F i r s t Natl. Bank of F r e e Shrowsbury (freight) ,.
177 llfl
2802 I r a Wiirne, J r . , Mnrltioro
il S
lodlan, Hrhool O l d e r . .
50 05 4814 H a t t l e Quirk
trict court)
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3S8 -Richard Pettle
2 09
30 00
hold—Interest
Cour-t .
3075 S. C, TOwlor, Matawan..
X.
Crawford,
•IS 1)0 I3S9 A. W. Kelly
.
250 00 763 Daniel W. liedlnrcl, Custo4013. P . A. lliiisa.n
. House bunds
1,237 5 2S03 Chnrlen
Sheriff's Office, Salaries, Service of
148 00 3070 , Louis J., SollliiK. on acct.
ltnrltnn-Holmilol
48 00
dian, School Order
40 62
4041 Jo*c]th Johnson
'.
390 J. A Howhilld
150 00
Papers, &C.
contract brldae Holmdol
73 02
JftmoH UlKBlllB, Miirllioro
5 00' 391. A. P. Clayton
It.
Thompson.
4045 H a r r v T. Van Note
60 50 764 Furmun
December (J. S28;435 0 2804
3079
Kata Jonou, nnlavy brldgo
92 00
2805 Mlehaol J. Kelly, Oconn
22 00
Custodian, School Order
111 C2 4S10 W . It. (TMlrlen
4018 A. 1,. Hall
3H2 V. W. Heller
21 02
100 OO
tender
December
20.
1
280C Hound
Hroolc
Cruxheil
3 SO
4047 -James
I '. Lynch
393 J. F. Lynch
....<....
70 00 765 I!. II. NonlK, Custodian,
-4811 J. A. Butcher
125 00
3084 Hamster & Polnnil Co.,.
R. H. NorriK. Cuatodlnn,
11 00 394 George- W, Curlev
Htono Co., Oeeun mid
• School Order
474 C 4812 Husel A. Suydnm
4048 A. I1. Clayton
CO 50
75 00
3085 Banister & Poland C o . . . .
School
Order
;
1,180
0
2,348
80
Slatiuvan
:i r,o
706
GcuiBc
L.
(ilbbs.
Custo40)1) -Juntos .MeCann
395 J. C. A c k e n n a p
"8 75
818 C. B. Barkalow
458 32 IL'OO Wm. JI. Thompson CusC. B, Close, Mntuwan . . .
249 04 3080
2807 C. 11. It. of N. .T.,,M'(l'fll
0 00
dian, School Order
21 S3 4881) George A. Aliller
4050 Fran!: 1
:i9i; c . T. loiy
"8 75
7(10
Contractlni;
todian, Hebool Order . /.
795 6 2808 Anhor I'. Woolley, M ' f m i n
7 10 3088 Mouiiiouth
14 1)0
7C7 K P. Hendrlckson, Cus4051 Bnrin'v Feltnian . . .
:I97 W. 11. WalllliR
H I 32
4887 Bennlc II. White
14 00 261 B. F. Newman, Custodian.
Co., on ncct. contrnct
4 3S
todian.
School
Order
.
.
68
10
2809
John
Taylor,
UFreeliolil
SO
80
4052 Jaim1:- McCann
39S . Ilarrv N. Johnson
51 17
4888 J a m e s McCann
10 CO
Uer^ciiH
Mills
bl'ldgc .,
School
Order
220
02
18 7:">
2S10 Uelawiiro River Cjuiirry &
4053 John A. llorden . . . .
1399 George W. Poole
112 50 17CS Ahrnm Borton, Custodian,
4889 F . W. Collier
4 2 5 0 .262 Walter II. Qravntt, Cuato1 45
Construction
C
n t r u n Co.,
, Oc'cnn
373 81
4054 Ilarrv Warwick ..
School Order . . ' .
78 83 4890 E. G. Formnn .'
401) J a m e s McCann
,....
'JO 12
14 00
$15.0 h
dlan.
School
Order
.
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.
67C
29
Deluwnro
l
River
Ri
Quarry
Q
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4055 C. I1. Crawford . . . ' .
5 00 1401 Jacob
2811
769 Tunis S.- Hnrkuloo, (CustoStelnbach,
Jr.
4891 15. JI. Conk . . , '
' 17 00 .263 Howard A. Sutphln, CUHRepairing County Roads And N
Construction Co., SU'H4056 L. .1. Arrowsmlth .
19 SO
dian, School Order
C6 18 892 J. A. Butcher
(district court) . . ;
151) 00
3 00
todlan, School Order . . .
492
RoadB [3ullt.
10 3 6
C.
Ackerson,
bury-JFt'wnn and Oc'n
984 77
4057 ' P . A. H u e a n . . • . : . .
402 Walter Taylor (dlst. ct.)
150 00 770 William
S93 J. C. Ackeinian
13 50 1264 l i -11. Beutoll, Custo2812 Nlch-las jrulvenna, Upper.
•Custodian. School Order
30 93 894 Theodore Hullck
4058 J. ('. Ackerman . . .
• August 9.
' n GS 403 Henry Sclioeideln (district
. 4 00
dian, School Order
00 48
Freehold . : . . . .
,T.
. 01 U 3202 AI01120 Brower, Freeholil
4059 Joseph Allocca
court)
75 00 771 R. F. N e w m a n . Custodian,
3 SO
895 J. F. Lynch
3 00 1265 John It. Allaire, Custo2813 Robcson
Process
Co.,
4OG0 P a t s y
Sarabucbello
School OnlEjr
88 01 S9G Josejfh Johnson
3229 Louis J. - Belling, Holmdct
14 56 401 Harry M. Wilson (district
-.
14 OS
dian,
School
Order
.
.
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80
Froohold-Mutawuu
771
21
40G3 Lester C Clayton ..
3202 W. H. Fllteroft, Tonnent26 00
court)
77 00 772 John H. Allaire, C u s t o - '
897 Joseph.It. West
1 00 52S6 Grandin V. Johnson, .Cun2814 JnH. Oakersou, Neptune..
4005 Louis Colaner
dlun. School Order
23 55 4S9S P. A. Ilngnn
52 09 405 George H. Van Winkle
Gonlon's Corner . . . . . . . .
•..
7 S8
250 OO
toillnn, School Order . .
15S
Martin,
Upper
2815 CHrferd
4066 Jack .McCormick . . .
3203 Burke H llouhnin, KlvorH 5 10
(district court) . . ;
7 50 4773 John N. Johnson, J r . , C u s 48S9 W. It. O'Brien
22 00 1287 Chnrlns 10. Conover, CusFreehold
4
00
4007 John JI. Smith . . .
. todlan, .School Order ..
215 75 1900 C. B. Barkalow .
130 1)9 406, y. M. Taylor Pub. Co.
side Drlvo
."
, 9 80
todian,
School
Order
.
,
126
02
19 70 3254 I. W. Wwtninn, Nor?
2810 Frank Olrtoril, Wall . . . .
4008 L. .1. JlcCormick ..
149 20
(district court)
7 00 4774 J o h n McWood, Jr., CustoWidows' Pensions, ,2'1S Tunis K. Barkuloo, Cu»4"i 5 0
4069 Mli.li.iel Quirk
2817 Albert Klnu, Will
dian, School Order . . .
15 71
407 N'. Y. Telephone Co, (diswood Avenue
December (J.
• todlnn. School Order . . .
ICE
111 42 3255 H. Hafenmn
2818 B. K. Clayton, Millstone
.4070 ().' H. Newman . . .
15 00
Co., Free^
trict court)
5 80 4775 B. H. Cook, Custodian,
1289 Fo>man
IS09 N. J. State Board of ChilR.
Thompson,
2819 Kobeson - Process
Co.,
4071 Thomas F. Lyons .
19 S3 408 R. V.-I.awrence
School Order
76 CO
hold-Adclphla
:
500 00
dren's Guardians
1,208 SO
Custodlnn. School Order ,} 271
490 1)4 3200 Monmouth
ShrewBbury
4072 Verna F . Houghton
15 00 409 Charles S. H. Mount
Contraclinij
25 00 4776 C. Gordon Hyern. Custoi27O
County Attendance Officer's Exponaes.
George
li.
Rok>rts,
Cus21
00
2820 ;Wm. J. Matthews, Ilowell
4073 Charles A. Conk ..
12 00 410 L J. Arrowsmith
dian, School Order . . . .
80 80
Co., Koyport-Aniboy .
3 50
.December 0.
todian, School Order' ..
ISO 70 2821 Joaeiih Nevis, Freeholil,.
37 GO 32G1 Itlchai'd Hnfomnn, hnl. fp
4074 John II. Houghton
122 52 411 Joseph Rue
2 00 4777 B. A. Sexsmltli, Custo791 J a n e S. Davis
57 75 1271 Leroy Koflcld, Custodian,
58 CO
2822 John Lamb, Sr., Jl'lapan
4149 J. Frank Patterson
31 OS 412 ,1. (.'. Ackerinan
dial!! School Order
128 22
3 50
per cent AllontowiirNew
Holplnrj Teacher's Salary.
School
Order
0
1
:1S
05
2823 Leon A. Barhalow, H w.'l
272
4150 I'alsiy Sarabuchello .
113 J. W. Hulse
12 05 4778 Oeorge B. Itoberta CusCanton road
December G.
George L. Glbhs. Custo«r, uu 3287 C. E. Close, Mntnwn.11 . . ,
2824 Thos. Daly, Manalapan.'.
4151 Orover C. Williams . . . . . .
3S 90 1414 J. WY Cottrell ..*
todian, School Order . . .
74 70 792 Charlotte K. Wilson
8 00
116 25
dian, School Order . . . .
04 G9 2825 Chas. W. Butcher, H'w'l 1
as oo 306 B e n n e t t Gravel Co., e r a v e j ;373
4152 Harry C. Badcau
22 !)0 1413 N. Y. Telephone Co
S 25 4779 Frank L. Howland, CusCourt House Addition.
Daniel
W.
Bedford,
Cus2820 J. 13. Allen, Jllllstono . . . .
nit'oo
4153 Peter . T. Frawley
3 2lj 41G Joseph K. West, J r
for r o a d s
•
todian, School O r d e r . . .
599 C7
' 7(3 00
D e c e m b e r ti.
todian. School Order . . .
101 04 2827 C. Cunningham, At'n'ln'n
13 00 J307 Bennott Gravel Co., s n i v e l
4155 City .-tif
Long Branch
417 0. II. Crawford
07 00 4780 George W. .-Smith. Custo- '
1040 G e o r g e - W . IlcndorKoii, J r . 3,002 08 274 Harry F. Davis, Custodian,
12 SO
2828 lOauer & Fornatoro, Ocean
ct court)
4S0 00 418 Joseph Johnson
• (illairlct
for roads
76 00
dlan. School Order .-...
38 06 iO47 George W. l l c n d e r c o n , . J r .
SU5 00
Hehool
Order
108
31 50 3308 J o h n S. W h i t e , Wnll
!829 Pirt. Hnrtnott, Jllllstonu..
1419 Patrick A. Hagan
76 00 4781 Arthur C. 'l'Jrriclison, CusFn ech'ottcrs' Salaries & Salaries of
I i P. llcmlrickson, Custo19 75 3309 A. H. Brown, Wnll
1830 Wm. H. easier,
" "
Atlnntlc
""
' .
420 D. K. Wentworth
39 00
toillan, School Order . . .
"" G4 57
,
520,347 98
Officers.
dian, School Order . . . .
170 25 !831 Delaware Riven Quarry &
3310 F . S. Weeks, Atlantic . .
421 Klwood H. Newman
15 35 4782 Urandln V. Johnson, CusOctober 4.
Election
E
x
p
e
n
s
e
s
.
Abram
Borton,
Custodian,
Construction Co., Oc'n3311 F r a n k Glfford, Wall . . . .
422 Frank. Niblett
37 32
todian, School Order ..
C3 34
3950 Job-i M. Corlies . . . .
125 00
D e c e m b e r 13.
School Order
S'..
197 0S
Shrewsbury-RIatawan \ .
1117 64 3312 JntJ. H. J o h n s o n , Ocean
•123 Joseph Rue
3 50 4783 H a r r y V. Davis, C u s t o 3951 John Duly
125 00
.7. Edwin Corlies
SOO OO 1277 S. A. l.nckwood, .Custo111 00 3313 W . S. S t i y k e r , Marlboro
!S32 D. s. Auinack. Manalauim
dian. School Order . . .
43 37 i04S
424 Michael Quirk
.-10 82
125 00
3952 Chni-li'.'i M. Wyckoff .
1049 Clarence L. Hall
200 OO
dian, School Order . . . .
308
287 17 3314 Clins. .13. Burd, balance
!833.Thos. Bentty, -Mnimlaiian
425 George D. Cooper
20 00 4784 J. W. S. Campbell, Cash123 0(1
3953-T. K. Jeffries . . . . . . .
iOBO T h e o d o r e W h l t o
2D0 OO 127S
Bernard V. Poland, Custo102 QG
1834
Jas.
Jlaloney,
Jild'town.
ier,
School
Order
'
80
48
Hny Avc. rond
42G
J,
F.
Lynch
7
00
123 00
3954 William JI. Bergen .
1001 W a l t e r N. Doty
200 OO
dian, School Order . . . .
201
:S35 John H. Curtis. Rnrltnu31G Uobeson ProceHS Co
127 Edward K i n g
37 50 4785 S. A. Lockwood, C u s t o 20S 33
3955 C. F, .McDonald
Sidney J. Beers
200 OO
lOdKin- 1-1. Cook, CustoHoltrillel
331C
John
l.amb, Jr,,-. ManaVn .
dian, School Order
43 02 1002
428 Peter T. Frawley
2150
66 66
3950 O. I i Davis
1053 J a m e s McKnlght
200 OO
dian, School O r d e r . . . . .
19100 1830 Jlnrtln Grlltln, Sh'sbury.
132 00 3317 C. CunnliiKbnm, Mnn'l'u
541 86 4786 Kdwln Hobbs, Custodian,
208 33 II2'J Charles F . Sexton
3957 M a n y .N'ealle
1054 E d m u n d W. Sloi-um
200 110
10. A. Sexsmith. Custo168 00 3318 TI108. H. Dalv, M n n a l ' n . .
i838 F. H. Weeks, Atlantic . .
208 33 1130 'George A. Miller
SO 00
School Order
59 42 1055 . lCmersoa I'. B a i r d
3958 Martin McCue
;
.
200
00
dian,
School
Order
.
.
.
320
01
153 34 1319 J o s . Nevis, Freehold . . . .
28311 J. C. T. Co.', Hilildlotowu
250 00 I45G Elmer H. Geinn
250 00 47S7 Charles R. Davlxon. c u s 3959 George
..
g D. Cooper
p
056 E d e n S. Hrving
• 20'J OO
C. Cordon Ilyers, Custo2840 The HorouHh Keyport on
1320 W . S. Hoyer, Ocenll
!IO 00
157 J. M, Allen
14 25
todian, (School Order . . . . 159 CO 1057
3960 W. v. Ucynokls
Joseph Fix
."},,
200 OO
dian, School Order . . .
201
acct. contract Improve-'
1321 J a s . P. B r a n o v , Ocean . .
60 00
.8 Jacob Abrains
9 40 47SS Reuben O. Strahan, Cus3901 It. F. Barkalow
•05S
W
m
.
J.
Swnnnell
200
00
It.
G.
Strahan,
Custoinont Hroad St., Keyp't •1,501 o:i 1322 Klchnrd Dangler, Ocean ,
70
00
159
W.
D.
Hulse
13
60
-'
todlan.
School
Order
.
.
.
4S
OS
3902 C. II. Crawford
•059 J a m e s 1.. Hl-ay
21)0 OO
dian, School Order . . .
120 21 18-41 Tlntcm Manor Water Co.,
"25 00
1323 John Htnnklc, Mlllutone .
IG0 John A. Borden
28 50 47S9 W. W. Trout, Custodian,
3963 J. V . Hulse
000
C
h
a
r
l
e
s
p
.
Coiiover
200
00
\V.
W.
Trout,
Custodian,
•150 IS 132-1 • HiiKh Klloy, MlilHtonc . .
100 00
61 George Bearmore
•"< 88
School Order
27 79 iOCl R o w l a n d A. Kllis
3973 C h n r l a i . E . Close
200 00
School Order
09 18 1842 W i l l . J . Osboi-neV W a l l ' . ' ! . '
178
33
125
00'
i325 .Saniuel VaiiKhn, Manal'n
G2
Edward
Kooney
G
00
4790
I.eltoy
Sollcld,
Custodian,
3!I74 A. II. .MuCabo
W h i t e r Conk
200 00
Wm. JI. Ackcrson Custo^.. '
75 00
2843 W . T . A|i])ll'Kate, H n w o l l .
(il 29 I32G J o h n Taylor. U. Freehold
163 Michael Quirk
23 25
School Order
25 95 iOG2
3977 Edmund S. R u e
dlan, School Order . . . ? ,
92 3* 2814 S. It. Khnfto, ARt., O c e a n
063 George l i Matthews
20S 00
75 00
1327 Nltiholas J. Mulvcuilli, U p 64 Harry N'ealle
10 00
3978 F . A. Hrower
i0G4 G e o r g e Frlck
?
200 OO
F. D. Barkalow, CustoS3 32
. (frciKht)
4 0(1
i)or Freehold . . , ,
G5 James McCann
.'J 50
J3.S22 53 O6."i J o h n A. O k e r s o n
3979 John II. Van Slater
.:•
200 OO
dian, School Order . . .
130 3 2840 Greenwood Hankln, Wnll .
33 33
270 2 5 S328 .Tnii. K. Allen, MIllHtonii .
GG Cole & Co
11 50
Board of Prisoners,
4041 Henry I!. Ackerson. J r .
iOBS G r a n t l.citl
200 00
1-Mwin
Hobbs,
CustoS3 33
2S-1C J i n x L u i n o n t , I l o w e l l
...
J329
ltOKor
IrvlllK, Itowell . . .
67 Frank Fedeiicl
M4 00
December 6.
20
00
4061 J o h n II. Fitzgerald!
007 S. H . Hall
200 OO
dian, School Order . . .
148 50 2847 H a r v e y Stillwngon, J l a t a 1330 lloss Illbhltts, Ocenn . . . .
68 Thomas F . Lyons
•
19 85 4SS2 W. V. Voorhees
ill 75 IOGS B. Dey Conover
4106 C. .1. .Strahan (salary of
203 00
George "W. Smith. Custoioo io 1331 W. W. Brown, Ocean . . . .
till Jack McCormick -.
138 00 4883 Louis Finesold
wali
'
.28 IB 1061) J o h n l i Curtis
150 00
clerk)
200 00
dian,
School
Order
.
.
.
.
90
2S48 S a m . B . Burke,- Jlanalnp'ii
71 20 1332 J o h n McCann, F r e e h o l d . .
;
2S 72 4S84 Charles Mount & Co
45 34 i070 Lloyd G. Thompson . . . . . .
4332 Michael J . Kelly ..'.
!)0 UU 70 Louis Colaner
200 CO
Charles. Sherman, Cus2S4!) J o h n T a n s e y , Jllddlet'n.
71 L. J McCormick
210 70 4885 H. Richmond
352 13 1333 M a x l j i m o n t , Ilowell . . .
22 01 |071 .Oscar II. I-iine . . . . . '
200 00
Court House and Jail Expenses.
todian, School Order.,..
78 GO 2S50 J o h n T a n s t y , Mlddlet'n.
72 John II. Houghton
IIS 23 4901 J. N. Johnson & Son . . . .
ftntontown.
72 38 1334 P . P r e n n n n ,
101 58 1072 F r e d e r i c k Wood
October 4.
200
00
5289 Jujin N. Johnson, Jr., Oux1335 W m . A. Doy, Maiinlnpiin.
2801 N. Y. & L. B. H. R. Co.,
73 Verna F. Hougliton
15 00 4902 D. K. Mahoncy
47 39
40SG W. .V. Reynolds
18 22
G e o r g e M. ( j u n c k e n b u s h .
' 200 OO
'tiidian, Hehool Order . . .
539 38
Shrewsbury (frelglil) . .
74 W. P. Throckmorton
58 G6 4903 Holmes Patterson
200-00 •073
5 00 I33G Leon A. B a r k n l o w , Ilowell
iO74
William
l
i
Taylor
200
00
4087 Edward M. McChcsney . .
48 50
3290
'John
McWood.
Jr.,
Cus!S52 J o h n S l a n k l e , , .Millstone..
Brpok
Crushed
75 John M. Smith
193 30 4904 F. T. Burke
70 15 ;075 Albert Sickles
43 03 1337 Bound
200 00
4088 Freehold Gas Light 'Co.. .
07 61
todian, School Order . .
39 2
Stono Co., S h r e w s b u r y
7G C. B. Uarklilow
1,500 00 4905 John jMarfluardt
81 75 5076
!853 Jos. II. Conrow, I l o w e l l . . '
24 G4
H o w a r d De Vesty
203 01) 5291 F. L. Howland, Custo4089 C. II. Crawford
24 00'
Brook • Crushed
77 Harry Hearmore
12 00 4907 Bertram Birch
11 45 0077 "William
07 07 1338 B o u n d
SW W i n . U'llrli'ii, Ocean . . .
J.
H
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t
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200
O
O
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4090 Mary JlcGownn
32 00
dian,
School
Order
.
.
.
1.499
ID
11 25
7S Lester C. Clayton
12 00
S t o n e Co., O c e a n . . . ; .
I85C ICst. W . II. W i n - w l e k , O c ' n
Discount and Interest,
4091 William Glblin
1C9 80
5078 G. V a n Note
200 00 r,*'!>2 A. C. Krricksou. CustoBrook
Crushed
79 Asbury P a r k Trust Co.
1800 A . C . W e l d c r h o l t , S h ' s b ' y
548 50 1339 B o u n d
December G.
'079 Clifford W. Hulsnrt
200 00
.4092 Borne ijcrymser Co
17 08
dian, School Order
1G1 43 2857 l \ I'. UuyiiolclH, Wall . . . .
Stono Co., Ocean
(district court)
495 00 4924 People's National Bank . .
23 00
106 23 1080 J o s e p h W . T h o m p s o n
4094 Alonzo Hrower
18 84 4S0 Harrv
203
00
Charles
It.
DaVlson.
CusBrook
Crushed
.47 30 4925 First National' B a n k of
C. Badenu
222 50 1340 Hound
2858
Victor
Fenton,
Hh'sbury
3081
Danlql
A.
N
a
u
g
h
t
o
n
203
00
4108 Snmuel 1J. Jeffries
28 00 •181 J. Frank
todian, School Order . . .
398 99 2809 Jackson Coiiover, Sh'fib'y
49 99
Stono Co., M a t n w n u . .
Patterson . . . .
170 00
Knulishtown ,t
3082 C h a r l e s S. Gore
200 00
Maintenance of Lunatics &. Indigent
Brook
Crushed
239 00 1341 B o u n d
iSliO D. D. liClTci-Hon, Sh'sb'y
Court Expenses.
Freeholders'
Salaries
and
Salaries
of
5083
F
.
Bl.'
W
o
o
d
s
200
00
?'J,»56
33
Patients.
205 00
Stone Co.. S h r e w s b u r y .
:SG1 Adam Llnzmayer, Jlid't'n
December 6.
Officers,
3084 Albert 1 Bnzln
200 01)
October 4.
D e c e m b e r 28.
143
50
1342..
Bound
B.rook..
Crushed
S02
Michael
Mulvlhlll,
Sh'sb'y
4821
IL
V.
Lawrence
500
00
8.
3085 Knmuel T h o m p s o n
200 00 5294 H a r r y S. C l a y t o n . Klec4034 New Jersey State Hospital
23 74 342 J o h n D a November
500 00
Stnrio Co., Oe'll-JIId'l'n
543 50 »08G H o w a r d W a l l a c e . . . . . . . .
803 Thos. P. Ahem,' Mld't'n.
iv
125 00 4822 Charles F. Sexton . . : . . .
200 00
4035 Inhabitants of City of
1343 Bound
Brook
Crushed
tlen lOxjiensey
25 00 :S04 John H. Fielder & Son.
250 00 M87 Perry Dennlson
343 J o h n M. Corjles . . .
125 00 4823 Elmer H . Geran
201 00 5293 Alonzo
Trenton
183 42 344
Stono Co., Kntontown . .
D
.
S
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r
m
a
n
,
Klec4824
W.
P.
Throckmorton
'
63
29
Shrewsbury
39 OO
C h a r l e s M. 'Wyckorf
125 00
1058 C l n r k ' W , Clayton . . . . . . .
200 00
403G II. I I . Johnson, Treas
1,094 06 345 T.
344 Bound
Brook
CrUHhed
tlon I'jXlleiiHeH
'..
175 00 :8C5 Gco. J. Smith, Mldillefn
4825 A. V. Clayton
45 50 '089 J a m e s A. Whin
672 18
Edward
Jeffries
125
00
200
00
4105 N. J. State Village for
Stono Co., Ocean
1800 T. A. JBowile, S h ' s b ' y . . , .
48 00 309O D e n n i s J. Cognn
437 74
125 00 4826 J. F, Lynch
William M. Bemcn
200 00 5290 Ii. (!. S t r n h n n , J-51ectlon
Epileptics . :
809 72 346
Brook
Crushad
Kxpenses
25 00 1807 T h o s . G n r v e y , M l d d l c t ' n .
112 50 5091 Albert A. T a y l o r
10S 70 3340 Bound
208 33 4827 John Hulso
147 C. F, McDonald . .
200 98 5297
4147 D. S. Carey
30 00 348
Stone Co., Mlddlctowu .
W. W , .HobroUKh, E l e c 4828 BenJ. T. Graham
1808 W i n . O'Brien, Ocean
70 00 509'.! ICdwin W . Boiles
68 10
208
33
Harry
Neafle
200
O
B
4154 White Haven Sanatorium 1,12s 92 349 George D. Cooper .
334G
Bound
Brook
Crushed
tion
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.
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.
;
25
00
1809
Jacob
c
.
Shutts,
sh'sb'y
4829 J. A. Howland
;...
75 00 1093 II. JI. H e n d r l c k s o n '
73
00
250
00
200 00
- Coroners'
Fees, Post Mortems &
Stone Co.. Ocenn . . . . . .
Conover, Klectlon
250 00 1094 A. A . P h l l o
870 A. O. Johnson, Ocenii . . 1,075 00
208 33 4830 Charles E. Cook
s
10 Martin McCue .
200 00 5298 Clem
Autopsies.
Kxpenses
,.
67 50 871 J a s . F. Eraney, Ocean ..
250 00 095 James E. Terry
826 30 3347 " Mon. Co. W n t o r Co.. Oc'il
100 00 4831 Joseph L. Smith
11 Charles B. Close . . .
200 00 £209
3348 J . C. T. Co., Mllldlet'n..
P
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r
r
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B
.
Cook,
Klectlon
872
W
m
.
s
.
Heyer,
Ocean
.
.
.
4832
Peter
Schroedcr
11
20
October 4.
375
25
12 O. K. Davis
66 66
09G W i l l i a m A . S e l b e n
200 09
95 28 873 Richard DaliBler, Ocean .
5 90 1097 Walter S. Klrkbrlde
4094 Lewis Matthews
J31 50 3349 J. C. T. Co., Mlddlct'n. .
2.'. 00
is K. S. Hue
75 00 4833 Theodore Hullck
" 200 00 5300 II.Mxpensca
B . Whlto, Klectlon
23 70 ;098 John W. Brazo
874 itosB Hlbbltls, Ocenn . . .
4132 Wlillam S. Bennett
3 50
117 00 3300 Thos, Bentty, Ocean
14 W. V. Reynolds . . . .
90 00 4834 Walter A. Conroy
200 00
3351 Martin Grlnin, S h r ' s b u r y
Bxpense.1
90
00
f.
50
875
Hopping
J
I
c
B
e
n
r
y
&
4S35
Frank
K.
NIMett
4133 John it. Snedeker
:i 50
15 li. F. Barkalow . . . .
CO 00
'099 Ileujninln F . Kllifr
200 00 S301 A n t h o n y
W.
Carroll,
iM-ost, Mlddletown
"8 80 3352 A. O. Johnson, Ocean . . . .
17 70 1100 I'Mwnrd B . H o l m e s
10 00
411G Harry C. F a y
6 C. H. Crawford . . .
70 00 4836 J. C. Uly
200 00
3353 W m . J. Onborn. Wnll . . . .
Klectlon Kxjienses
270 00 :87C J . Howard Clayton, How'l
•I 70 101 J a m e s T. K c t c b a m
County T a x Board.
7 J. W. Hulse
25 00 4837 Jacob AbraniR
200 00
10
F. V. V a n N o t e , Klectlon
1 60 102 • Waltor T. Paint
!877 John T. Hopping, Mlll't'u
October 4.
83 32 4538 S. W. F o s t e r
20 50 3304 Greenwood Rankln, W a l l .
8 J.-H. Van Mater . . .
200 00
Albert King. Neptuno
KxpenscH
15 00 1878 John T. HoliplnR, Mld't'n
1 40 103 T h o m a s K. McCue
104 CO
3975 Charles L. Stout
55 00 4539 George Adams
9 . F. A. Hrower •
19 oo 3355
200 OO
C. ,11. H. of N, J., Mld't'n
Charles J . Black, e l e c 35 76 104 William W . W h i t e
75 00
1879 ThoH. Urennan, H a r l t a n . .
397G W, p . Throckmorton
125 00 4540 W. II. Wilson
A. D. McCnbe
110 38 330G
20J 00
3357
A. H a r t m a n , Freehold
tion
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x
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e
n
s
e
s
25
00
4841
Frank
A.
Mulford
15
C
O
2«>00
1880
•Bennett
Gravel
Co
4141 Red Bank Register
S3
33
itt.W.John
h I i . Fitzgerald
F
2.82G 71 3358 JC.
105 William J. Sortell
200 00
o h n Tansoy, Mlddlet'n.
301 J o h n H. BnhrenburB,' l-Jlec10 50 100 (J. J . N o r d e l l
:881 John Tansey, J r . , M'lboi-o
Incidental Expenses.
33 33 4842 BenJ. R. Bush
>05 . i l e n r y M Ackerson. J r .
323 48
200 00
Leonard Horsfnll, Mld't'n
tlon Kxpenses
25 00 1882 C. W , ApplCKate, Frooh'd
39 00 107 C h a r l e s N. W h i t e
October 4.
,48
99 00 1843 C. H. Crawford
101 SO 3359
200 00
W m . J. MntthowH, Ilowell
5305 Kenjamln
F.
Sprngue,
97 41 108 W i l l i a m T n p p l n
4041 Henry R Ackerson, Jr. . . .
4S44 John
Jh
II
II. H
IIouBbton
!S83 Win. Brown, Ocean .
9f. CO
93 00 33G0
200 00
Cuurt- '-'Mouii'-' and Jail Expenses.
X. Crawford, Holm
Klectlon Kxpenses . . . .
4 8 00 !S81 J. M. Hampton. Manal'n.
15 00 109 R a l p h T . P e a r c e
4845 Vernn F . I l o u g h t o n
4101 J l k h n . l Quirk
55 33
10 to 3301 Chas.
200 OO
November 8. del-Rnrltan
,
"i
5306 Charles IC. Klnff, Klectlon
4846
4102 AcUei-^on & Ackerson . . . .
J.
L.
K
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m
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t
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!)
90
1880
Pnt.
Dreiumn,
lOutontown
187 .10
110
Kllslia
J
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M
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s
200
00
719
34
J.
V.
Denlso
17
40
i
3302
Jacob
S h u t t s . Sh'Hb'y
JCxpense.H
250
4847
H
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M.
Wilson
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m
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H.
DuBols,
Mannl'ii
4103 C. J. Ktrahan
87 50
111 H a r r y G. W o o l l e y
208 00
54 00 13303 P a t . HC.
Mary McGowan
38 00
u r t n e t t , Millstone.
court)
75 00 112 C l a r e n c e It: S t l n e s
!SS7 Thos. McCoy, V. Freoh'il
4112 Harry Neafie
125 00
.
'
.
.
200
O
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41
75
William
Glblin
288 07 4848 NVY. ~
3304 J o h n Tnnscy, Miildlot'n.
51,105 78 !8S8 Corel WHilte, Neptune ..
Telephone Co. (dis4113 F . Al Hrower
1 02
113 K. S. N e s b l t t
200 00
1)3 75 > 33C5 Corel W h i t e , ' Neptune, '
James H. Conwny
24 75
December 28.
IS80 C. B. Close, Mntawnn ..
trict court)
4134 David C. Boswell
75 00
B 75 114 Alfred W o o l l e y
24 00
200 00
B. B: Patterson
18 78 4S49 Walter Taylor (district
S h r e w s b u r y a n d Wall .
1
5307 First- Mull. Bank, Sea
1890 C. 10. Close, Matnwnn ..
4135 George 1). Cooper
154 67
115
Ocean
G
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s
Co.
.
.
1,828
50
107
30
Thomas C.Burke
Gt
33G6 Jnnieu Ofcorgon, Noptuno.
3
Bright, l'ny't Co. note. S,000 00 :S91 W. A. Ctoso T. & Mfg.
court)
4136 .1. C. « (i. A. Dclatusb . .
1 37
150 00 116 J a m e s H. V a n d e r v e e r . . .
225 00 5308
C.
B.
Dolge
Co.
7
50
3307
B.
P.
Butler.
Holmdcl
.
.
First
Natl,
Bank.
Low?
4137 M. \V. Holmes
10 00
14850 Gcort'e TI. Van Winkle
Co., Matnwan
29 20 H3G8 J o s . H. Conrow, H o w e l l . .
117 Theodore F . Burke
200 OO
Frank Muldoon
• Branch, i'ay't Co. note 42.000 00 1892 Thos. Costello, JIarlboro
4138 Kcufffl & Er.ser Co
13 44
(district
court)
1.1
50
118
William
11.
Huf
230
00
18
00
S. A. Loekwood, C'ol'r. . .
1
5309 Second Natl. Bank, lied
3369 J O B . W. Thoinpaon, M ' t ' n
4139 Herrin-; Hall Marvin .Safe
42 00 119 F r a n k Hurley
5J H 14851 George W . Curley
!S93 Van Brunt & Son, J l ' w a n
203 00
189 50 3370 Chns. W. Butcher, How'l
Standard Gas Co
Bank, Pay't Co. note . . 50,000 00 S94 S. C. Towler, Mntawnn . . .
Co
I
7 S3
..' ii 14852 E. II. N e w m a n '....
2 35 120 H a r r y C. Wallace. J r . . .
225 OO 0310
221 CO 3371 J o h n T. HoppInK, Mlll't'n '
N. Y. Telephono Co
First Natl. Bank, Red
4140 N. Y. Telephone Co
40 20
4S53
Charles
I
I
.
Chnsey
.
25
10
2890
Thos.
Brcnnnn,
R
a
r
l
t
n
n
.
121
Klwood
Runyon
20.19(1
25
50
N. Y. Telephone Co
35 41 j 4854 H a r r y N . J o h n s o n .,
3372 Irfi Wnrne. J r . , Mnrlboro.
Hank, l'ny't Co. note . . 1)0,000 00 2S90 W m . l i Hlcklos, Nejituno ' 119
4332 Michael J. Kelly . . . . ' .
8 07
54 17 122 J a m e s W o o d w a r d
200 00 5J11
Slatesir Lumber Co. . . . .
57 3373 J n s . McCormlck, Holmdcl
113 48
Seacoast Natl. Hank, PayGeorge W . "Poole . . . .
4334 C. H. t'luso
68 66
62 CO 123 T h o m a s J. Stepliensou . . .
2S97 T. B. HenHliiBcr, Agt.,
203 75
W. V. Reynold!)
21 57 4855
3374 J. T. Hopping, Middlet'n
ment County note
J
a
m
e
s
MeC'nnn
10,000
00
Stationery.
4S5G
61
50
tl.
Freehold
(freight)
..
121
J
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s
G.
C
a
r
t
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2011
72
8)
12
Charles A. Balrd
23 20 4857 J. C. A c k e r m n n . . . .
337.fi Oeo. T. Robblns, Howoll
October 4.
52 55
!898 J o s . JIcCuc. Freehold . . . .
Patrick Hnlleran
M 01) 3J12 First Nat I.- Bniili, Freef,0 25 337G W m . A. WnBiier, Ocean .
Akmzu
Brower
19
SO
hold
Pnv't
Co.
note
.
.
City
(if
A
s
b
u
r
y
P
a
r
k
4104 Joseph Atkinson
21 21
4S58
OS 34 125 B. L e s t e r Vnn Urunt . . .
5(1 00 0113 A. I'.' & O. O. Haul!. 10,000 00 11)42 C. A. Burke, Freehold .,
SH 50 3377 W m . O'Brien,
Maintenance Lunatics and Indigent
Sh'sbury.
Jacob
Steinbach,
•il r i
4S39
4142 !•:. li. Bacon
.'
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127
Nelson
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00
00
943
F
.
D.
Hurley,
Clim.
N
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p
Patients, &C.
3378 B. K. Clayton, Millstone..
raymciit County note.. 20,000 00
9 50
4143 Itvinimiton Typewriter Co.
(district court)
150 00 12S Dan R. J l n u n h n t i
50 00
Twp. Com., s h a r e for InNovember s.
3379 Gco. J, Smith, Mlddlefn
1
Brunch
Banking
4'
Printing.
J4860 Charles o . Davenport (illsdebtedness So. Main St.
'12'l .Maxwell 1). S m i t h
50 00 I 5314 LOIIK
Inhabitants
of
Cltv
of
3380 II, L. Zobol, H h ' s b u r y . . .
Co., l'ay't Co. note . . . 5,000 00
October 4.
trict court)
55 50 1,10 Ira Cnrliart
Improvement
5,000*00 3381
200 07 I 5310
Trenton
*
171 43
-Ceo.'
J.
.Smith,
Mlddlet'n
O.
G,
Natl.
Bank,
Pay7D Si!
4097 J."W. Nnylor
A. W. Kelly
12.1 01 131 Ahnizo S. Curchin
20150
!*ll R. Ilafeiniln Co., on acct.
Whlto Haven Sanatorium
701]
3382 Michael Mulvlhlll, Kh'sb'y
meat County note
4100 MomniMilli Democrat . . .
SOS SI
15,000 00
•?,Y. 00
J!!!|48f!3 L. J. McCornilck . . . .
177 00- 132 ('. N o n i a Plppltt
c o n t r a c t Freehold-Adel00 00
New Jersey Slate Hospital
Jllehncl Mulvlhlll, Sh'Hb'y
1
4111 .1. I,. Kinmcmth
•I2S 19
141 0(1 133 Fred S. Nealle
Jack McCornilck
phla road
5,40(1 40 3383
' 00 O0! 5310 Farmers Natl. Hank. AlII. H. Joliusnu, Treasurer 1 -37 !l I44SC3
3384 Jnckson Conovor, Sh'Hb'y
S( 4
|H
leutown.
Pay'
Co.
note
4113 F. M. Taylor Pub. Co. ..
•i;t:i :io
10,000
00
.1 00
T- nil
' ' • " " FlncKOhl
134 l l e n r v S. U s h o r u e
00 0(1
!940 P e t e r F r a w l e y , Atlantic
7 75 3385 Anderson & Burke, Ocenii
John It. Snedeker
At. IliKhlands Nntl. Hank,
102 00
4141 A. F. Walling
15 00 1.15 William S. Hrower
200 113
1)47
S
t
a
n
d
a
r
d
Oil
Co.,
1'rech'd
10
01
1).
S.
Carey
i
j
J
!
41115
Henry
Shllltz
.1,18.(1 C. H. It. of N. J., Jlld't'n
i-116'ln
Payment County note . . 2n,oon on !)40 Burliu »t Hunlmiii Inc., on
' 414fi Malawrul Joui-nal
4SI1IJ Michael Quirk
22 50 1311 lli-nrge 10. S m i t h
206 IK)
Inhubilnnts of City of
3387 C. It. R. of N . J . . Mld't'n
•131! 55
4331 Red l.'ank Reclster
•IS (17
of Anbury Purl;
11 70 137 D.'Wltt S c o t t
213 fil "ill S First Nntl. Hani;, Fnrmacct. c o n t r a c t Riverside
Tri-nton
•.
IG1 14 !'•18(18 City
3388 T. A. Bowne, Sll'sbury . .
1
iiiKihile, l'ay't Ct». note 2,500 00
4333 Morcau lfros, Inc
4 M II
Frank Fedeiicl
16 00 135 Joseph N. Hanklns
200 .".2
Drive, Red B a n k
Coroners' Fees, Post Mortems and
•1,070 OO I 3389 Thos. Gnrvoy, Jllddlet'n;
JIanasciuan. Natl
Ilniik,
4S611
Louis
Colaner
t
44
8S
Cjunty Clerk's Office—Salaries, Sta
139
H
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r
b
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r
t
Bllrdge
,-.
225
SI
0S3 I. W. Wiirtniim, on ncct.
Autopsies.
'•
13390
D.
D.
Leirorson.
Sh'sbury
I'ayiuent
County
note
..
D.O00
00
4870 James Mi'duin
5 45 140 A. V. P a t t e r s o n
tlonery, &C.
50 00
c o n t n i c t Norwood Ave. , ,, ^ n.i-'3!'l lOuneuo Lewis, Jliddlet'n
November ,s.
.".320 First Natl. Uank, Uelniar.
John JI. Smith
ll'J 10 HI I l a r r v G. C l a y t o n
October 4.
50 00
road
i3D
C'jiiirles .1. Uivnu-r
2noo:j«i Joseph
I.JS5 20 I 3382 Adam Llnzinayor, M l d ' t ' n
i'ayment County note . . in,ooo oo 087 Hound
K. West
uli 110 112 .1. M. CJuackonbusli
3901 Edward Taylor and as
51) Mi
JSrouk
Crushed
i.'ll
Harrv C. Fay
.1. C. T. Co., M i d d l e d ! . .
15
oolj'ir.
339.1
5321
Asbury
Park
Trust
Co.,
Johnson
48 00 143 J o s h u a ' E. Van Pelt
1.27.-. S2
lants
Stono Co.. Ocean . . . .
.12
William 11, Morris, J r . . . .
."ill Oil
75 00 j " i ' 1 Joseph
79 20 3395 J o h n Tansey, Jr., Ilulmdol
Payment County note . . 25.000 00 1090 T h e Alonmouth C o n t r a c t
48 00 •14 1 Thomas p. Iiulsnrt
458 33
P. A. Ilngan
307' Joseph Ak'Dcrniott . . .
33
203'00
...,„
Jacob Ahrttms
339G Miit'n S. ti I. Co., M't'n
•I
r,|
I
4S<4
First
Natl.
Hani:,
Knton10
70
SO
85
J.
W.
Cottrell
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
4109 Frank W. Willnrd
I4.1 W . It. H u r t i s
2O3O0! —
45.14 Joseph AeluTuiiiu .. . . . . . .
ing t'o,, on ncct. coir
Olterson, Noptun*! .
.-I3B7 Jus.
town'^ I'ay't Co. mite .. . 7.O00 00
2 00 15:13
18 30 1411 A n t h o n y It. Vitillnut
411! A. \o1irluiK ,fc Son . . .
•A5000 4S7C
I <»™
200 00 1-.,
tract
Aniltoy-Ivei'iiort
George ,M. -Mason
W. II. Canler. S l u e w s 3.198
Niilt. Freehold Hankini,'
3D ill
25 00 .1-17 A. C. H n r r l s o i i
4111 Bllioit Fisher Co. . . .
4S77 C. S. II. Mouiit"!!. '.'.
2S5 00
roail, 2nd section
County Tax Board.
^ 9C0 OO
bury-IOntontown
Co.,
l'av't
Co.
note
.
.
.
.
30,000'
00
1
Henry
Scliocnlein
(dis•
G
00
4127 Honey ,t Safe
14S Tllton & C h e r r y
20 01) S.12I
4S7S
1000 J o s . I , .Sproul, purchuso
XoVl'lllbet" S.
3399 Kuircne Lewis, .Mld't'n..
First Natl. Hank, Bradley
412S JosephMfDermi t t
75 00 'Hit Keyport Band AKS'II. . . .
):i."i!l
25 0(1
1)I-IL'O
for
land
to
102 2(1'I .,,..,, trict court)
3400 • KuKeno Lewis,
Mld't'n..
Charles L. Stunt
Hcacb, I'ay't Co. note.. 5,000 00
HI 00 4 4 7 1
George A. Miller . . . .
liU 46 130 s. PodcWHky
-Ti 0(1
s t r a i g h t e n road .
341)1 .lQUBOiiu Lewis,
Mid't'n,.
375
OO
W.
P.
Tlirrickinortoti
.
.
.
Farmers
,£
Merchants
T. Kdward llnnliinson
412
J. W. St-nninn.
25 (19
17 70 101 DalhiH fl. Y o u n g
25 0(1
I0G7 John Warnock, purcliaso
3402 Chns. W. Applewitc, F'li'd
Incidental
Expenses.
35,000
00
Hank,
Pay't
Co.
note
..
, . ! -102(5 I". F. Oodd
Surrogate's Office—Salaries, Stationery,
76 80 .102 W. F . Allen
20 no
/
prlcn
for
laniy
tc
November a.
3103
I
s
a
a
c
McDonald.
Ilowell,
Keyport
Hanklnc
Co.,
\ ' a n Wlnr
&C.
SI ..r, ii:i2i llcnrge
George H. Van
53 01 103 S a m u e l B . Kly
1-130.'
-15 00
Htraif;hten road
Ili-ni-y 10. Ackcrsun. J r .
125 00 .1404 Jos. McCue, Freehold .,
Payment County note .. 37,000 00
October 4.
i ?', ]492!i .1. A. Bordi'ii
40 SO 104 William Allspnch
20(10
•iri.16 JI. W. Holmes
008 Geo. w . Culcn, ot als, p u r Win. O'Brien. S h ' s h u r y .
11400
M
i
Peoples
Nail,
iiiink,
Koy3972 Joseph I,. Domihay and
ii, Jr 49211 Hi-mile II. White,'.
1 311
IT.,-, Sharon F. Smith . . . ' .
f..", 0(1
•1037 Ki'ilffcl * K.sscr Co.
i-hiiHe price for hind t o
:i40G C. 1'. Reynolds, Wall . . .
purt, I'ay't Co. note . . . 15,000 00
assistants
•I v I-193D Klbert Wills
4 63 ilfii! .N. ('. King
2,"> 00
78.1 33 ! .|.-,:is The Lithoprint Co
straighten road .
1,200 00 3 4 0 7 Thon. Bronnnn, Rniltan .,
The .Mntawnn Bank. PayA. S. Van Husklrk
18 S3
4130 Kemiiiuiim Typewriter Co.
1T.7 J e s s e W. P o t t e r 20 11(1
070
JoBenhlneDane,
p
u
r
c
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a
s
e
,•' S5.J.4539. George II. Cooper
3408 Cllffwood Brick Co., Mld15,000
00
*ment (Nninty note
Richard P e t t l e . . . .
*i
i ' i * I r. tn
i *
\,i
i"*i
2 70
J. I). Ely • m
'
70 00
prlco
for
land
to
4131 William Mnnn Company
dletown
Citizens Natl. Jlanli. Loiu,'
Wardens' and Matrons' Salaries.
"i oo'ij":! WilllnilV I-. Conover
3 15
4541 BenJ. I). Brown
159 Kllzabetb N o w n c k
::2 40
utralKhten load .
00
00
3409 Jas.
20,000
00
Malonoy, Jllddlet'n,
Hranch,
I'ay't
(.'0.
note
October 4.
21) 20
Mil)
Win. M e D e n u o t t
38 09 5:1,10 Freehold
(i7 00
: " lOdwaril W. Wise ..
j
ir,42
David
c.
Boswell
3410
J
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h n II. Curtis, ItarltnnMutual
Loan
39M Michael Quirk '
N. Y, Telephone Cn.
10 45
Ml
Freehold AnitlHelncnt C o . .
20 00
10,000 00
90 01) | 474!) ].;. «. i t u e •
Holmdcl
Ass'n.,
Pay't
Co.
note
..
3970 Until.' (.mirk
J a m e s McCaiiu . . . .
5 2u
H e n r y I). H a n c e
25 00 r>3:n
30 00 : 47r.t( N.' .1. Slate Board ChilFirst Null. Hank. IO11Knopalrlnc County Bridges—New Brldnes .1411 Victor Feiitou, Sh'sbury
Sheriff's Office—Salaries, Service of
Nell Algor
M
OlliS A. 1). Hlieiinaii
\
1100(1:
3112 W i n . A, Doy, Jlanalapall
dren's Guardians
llslilowu, i'ay't Co. note :; 1,000 oo
ttij J If
Papers, &C.
J. \V. J o h n s o n . . . .
:',') 30 3161 Ccorge II. Stlllwell. S w ' y .
30 00 I 341.1 W m . T. ApiilCRiito, How'l
Aslier
R.
Horilcu,
PnyI
Stationery.
October 4.,
J u l y S.
I 4939 J. W. Hulse
•II) 2.i ."• Ir.,".
I'i'icr FralH'ls
10 00
:iH4
I s a a c JIcDonnld, Ilowell.
0 1
inent
County
note
5,000"
00
1753
Leon
A.
B
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k
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,
H
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w
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39C3 W. It. O'Hrlen
7
30
! 4940 W, 1). Hulse
1 3 20 5l6i; .loMi-r>h H. Thunipson . . .
100
nrij'4021 K. n. Hni'on ". !'.'''!.?:
tin 00,
100 41.3115 Uunlop tic Lisle Pottery
1
2960 J. A. Illltiher
Jaiiics Se^oluo, C,tiardlaii,
1754 Olllinan W e s t , Ocenii . . . .
Gvorgc W. Ufa-ily. .'
11 55 01117 I'atrlck A. l l a g a n
:»
'.'?
I
4522
Charlen
II,
.
Fox
•
.
.
.
'
,
Il
00
jyflul
Co,, Jlnrlboro
• •
.19C7 Hazi'l A. Suydam
,
Payment
County
Note
.
5,000
00
55
L
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d
e
r
&
S
m
i
t
h
,
Ilowell
.
,
75 00 I 4 r, : .,.| 1). & M. Davids
Iloratlo Wliuk-y . . .
3 30 5II.S .lusi-pll McDi'l-niott
100 00 53,14 Joseph
102 CO '3410' Tlntern Jlanor W a t e r Co,,
3968 C. 11. "Harkulow
Npvls, Payment
1750 J o s e p h i n e Finn Ocean . . .
45S 3 1 I 4f l 2 1 Louis J. Cowle & Co
Thomas F . Lyons ,.
7 IS 51(1:1 Freehold tlolf & C o u n t r y
4010 C. Ii. liiirkalow
County nbte
I
Hutont'n, Sh'Hb'y & Oc'n
Ti7 Ooail IIOUIIH Much, Co.,
2,000 00
Hennle II. W h i l e ,.
•14 ^ 1 4 5 2 5 II. J. Terry
IS II)
l.'lub
25 00
4017 J. A. Hllk-her
Klwood c. Tan turn, Pny.108 70 3417 J a s . l)lgi;lnn, Marlboro.,
Frceliuld Hi N e p t u n e . . .
9 02|
W. II. Wilson
•I III! 3170 J o s e p h It. Mi-Kill
20(10
Prlntlns.
4018 E. G. Formim
inent County note
:3418 C. U. R, o( N. J,, Jl'lboru
.1,000 00 1758 A. L. OretMilnirj; Iron Co.,
6 Illl
4946 Klbert Wills
11 SO 5171 J o s e p h II. CIIIIICV203 00 5336
Nuvemhcr S.
4019 A. P. C'layton
Daniel K. Laird, PayItmitan
•,
118 10 3419 C. K. Clone, Matnwan
2 .11) ' .131!) J. L. Kinnioiitli
4917
Kdwnrd Hopkins . . .
9 0 1 3172 JoHhua N u w m a u .'.
13
94
20
00
4020 James l'\ Lynch
ment
County
note
1,000
00
3120 Tbos, Costello. Jlnrlboro
•..
14 00 I 4320 Sloumontli Democrat
'59
N.
V.
&
L.
H.
It.
II.
Co.,
4
J
.
.
C.
Ac-kiTlii:iii
..
5 CD 0173 Clark W . C l a y t o n
20 1)0
2113 70
4021 P. A. llagnn
D. I'.errlne Jllller, l'nv18 50 | 434.1 .Mon-.iu Urns
• Ocean
s .;
:
0 !IO 0174 Knlllo V a n T i n e
44 3421 H. Q. Towlor. M u t n w n n . .
25 00
32 21 4949 A. P. Clavtiiil
4022 Joseph Johnson
inent County noto ...".. 1,1100 00
'GO Will. KrrlcllHOll, Freehold
111 00 3422 Ktiinilurd Oil - Company,
4950 (i. W. C m - l e y
li 10 5175 George II. Llppllicotl
Clerk's
Office—Salaries,
Stationery.
4
C
40
00
4023 Joseph Rue
5338 David 10. Ta'ntuni. l'ay8 (Io
Upper Freehold
7G1 Cleveland l'attcraon, iMnFreeholders' Salaries and Salaries of
317(1 Charles S. Joiner
10 00
Nuvenibi'r 8.
4024 Chnrh's T. Ely
inent County note
10 01) •I,"M. Edwnrd.Taylor and asslsnnlapnti , . . . . . , , , , , , , , , ,
200 00 3423 W . 11, Flltcroft, I l o w e l l . .
Officers.
5177 Albert S. CrniB
222 00 5.139 Jl. lillznbeth . llondrlck- 1.000 00
4025 Janii-H McCann
-...
25 50
3424 W . H. Flltcroft, Mniml'11
702
Harry
ItcynohK
Ilowell
.
.
20
00
.
December
6.
tnnts
'
5178
Jacob
Stiles
•
20
50
1,275 82
4026 Dcnjamln It. Hush
son, Pay't Co. note . . . .
18 00 •I.WS Jo!;eph Slc-IJcrniott ..'..'.'.
!j00 00 I7G.1 J0I111 Clark, Ocean . . . . .
of
Kcypurt .,
9 70 3425 Horouifh
123 00 5179 (hirret B. Coiwvei40 00
45S 33 4793 John SI. Cdilles
4027 (icorge A. Miller
James 'J'. Allen, Payment
, 4 1 110 45111 Iti'ililiiMtdii TyjH'wrlter Co.
Broad Kt. iinvlni; . . . . 3,
I7G4" R H.'Vnnlcur, Wall
125 (10 51 SO City of A s b u r y P a r k
208 21
20 00
51) 00 4791 John Daly
4028 J. C. Arkornian
County note . . , .
5 00 1517 Matlblas Hum inc. .
.
500
00
3011
W
m
.
"
R
Thistle,
HrondSt.
17G5
John
Lemon,
Ilowcll
.
.
.
.
•III
4795
T.
Edward
Jeffries
125
00
Hi
51S1
J
o
h
n
W
.
M
a
r
t
i
n
,
S
e
c
'
y
.
.
.
20
00
173 09
4029 W. It. ii'Krien
Haunnh 'I'. Close, Pay21 00 45 IS It. (If hhJteUHilk.
(Keyport)
I7GG A. H. Osborno, Manal'n.„ 110 00
125(10 51SJ
Kvcrett K. H e r b e r t
25 00
1 00 47H6 Charles JI. Wyckotf
4037 K. si. remit
ment County note . . . .
211 1)1) 4515 Joseph Atkinson : . . .
COO 00 17(17 Klwood C. 'i'nntiiiii, I'p3012?.Wni. K. Thistle, Uroml HI.
IUU 00
ui 4797 William M. lierRcn . . . . . .
12ft 00 5183 L e o n a r d J . A r r o w B i n l t h . .
307
26 5342 John F. Allen, Payment
100
4038 (icoii;,. II. Van Wliihh; . .
7 r.o Surrooate's Office—Salaries, Stationery,
r
rier
Freehold
(Koyport)
35
00
•1798
C.
F
.
McUonulll
L'
U
S
33
5ISI S. Helliior Calvert
l. ,0 00
4039 Krcdi'i-li'li W. Collier
7:1 00
County noto . , . , , . •
3,(100 00 i"C8 , Walter Lamb, U. F'hold..
24 1H
4799 O. ]•:, Davis
go C6 5180 Charles 10. Conover
&c.
Rspalrlno County Drldnoi nnd h
150 00 5343
4062 Peter T. I-Yawley
3 00 1
H. P. Mnlsbury, Payment
I7II9 Andrew Johnson, IT. F'li'd
103 HI)
November 8.
4800 Martin McCue
208 :i:t .11811 II. M. Bennott
Bridges Built,
•
20
O
O
4064 fo.seph it. West
2 00 426G Jos. I* Dunnliny .t assisCounty note
, ., 4.000 00 770 John Hpence, IT. Freehold
4801 Marry N'eaile
L'lls 33 5187 Wesley Knuine & Hose
19 00
.,
,
AuBUSf'9.
G.1U WyckofT • Iloiiilrlclinop"
Widows' Pensions.
1771 Win. A. Hulse, IU F!h'rt
tants
230 00
Gl 70 3257 Jlnnmouth
Co. No. 1
20 00
Contractlnir
78.1 32 4802 George I). Cooper ,,
4030 N. J. Ktato Board <j( ClillPayment County noto .'.• 7,000 00 772 DOUKI.IH Wnodwiird, M'»'o
4803 C. K. Close
100 00 5188 J o n a t h a n II. Jones
4311
McMillan
Hook
Co.
.'!
.00
10
00
11
Co.,Mniinlapan
. . . . . . 3,f
44
75
5345 Wm.
1,290 10
II.
Ilemlrlcltsnn,
.drcn'n Guardians
1773 Osborno Ilopldns, Ujjper
% 00 0189 A. S.'Vall Buskirk
80 OO
3208 l^oulH J. Hollln(r. Hh'sb'y IJ
4515 A. P. LUtlo
;..
24 00 4804 K. S. ltuo
itl
Spoclrl Appropriation—Hospital.
Pnyinent
County
noto
..
FreohoUl
,
0,000 00
Wardens' and Matrons' S a l a r i e s .
42 00 3209 Louis J. HollltlB, Hh'sb'y I I
4805 \V. V. Reynolds
!io >O0 5l!>0 Daniel A. N a u g h t n n
40
O
O
5.110
October, 4.
Wm. II. Pattei-Bon, Pay!774 A. C. 13. L, Co., Wall . .
4800 II. F l l a r l a i l d w
HI 00 0191 JoHoph K.-Thompson . . .
30 00 3200 Louis "J, BelllnK, Hh'nb'y
J
„ .,,
November S.
IN SO
4090 Moiiluoulb Meinorlnl lion
ment County note
3,r.oo oo 775 P. H, B. Co., Bhrews70 00 0192 Monmouth Democrat . . . .
3288 Clmu. 10. Close, Jtatawan.
100 Q'j 5317
3 -Michael Quirk . ,
90 00 4807 C. II. Crawford
pltal
3,000 00
.- bnry-Mlddletown
2G 00 5193 JInxcy Applcgato
130 08 3427 John M. Braly, Wnll , . . ,
••'""" v
nii'i
aQ nn 4808 J. W. Ilulse .•
02
72
•
Hiittlc
Quirk
' County Attendance Officer's Expenses.
3,000 00 770 TI10 lioiough of Keyport,
4815 J . I I . Van Mater
• 83 32 5191 P. O. Welgimd . . , '
Sheriff's, Office—Salaries, Sen/Ico of
64 30 S343
3428 Jphn M. llrnly, Matnwnn
October 4.
4881 A. D. McCllbo
~12r, 00 5195 Pearson F . H a v e n s . . . . . .
Matawan
Papers, 4 C . »
87 12
2G1 04
.& Rnrllnn
.,' .
41107 Jano H. DavlH
15 CO
2,000 00 777 Thonian Flcldn. Marlboro
November S.
5038 John II. FltlKorald . . , ' . . .
8333 0190 Tlloiniui J . .Sweeney
10 75 3420 l'ubllo Horvlco Klcc, Co.,
45
87
Burial Deceased Soldiers.
5319
4360 W. R. O'Brien
5039
JI.
J.
Kelly
90
00
778
AKher
P.
Woolley
100
00
2N
5197
Hldnoy
V.
lirny
40
O
O
20
Jllddlet'n & Hli'nbury.
J
Octobor 4.
4361. J. A. llutcher
^20,000
00
Court l.ouso a n d Jail Expenses.
1779 C h a s . W. Kldrldge, U p 125 00
0198 J a m e s Calkins & Co
48 80 5359
3430 3 . . H . Conklln, Itarltnn . ,
4119 Lewis Matthews
,
no 00 4302 Ilnzol A. Suydam . . ; .
Hndlo H. Voorhcen, Pay
per F r e e h o l d
December 1 I).
31 GO J;2J A-"C-,K- I* Co., Nontuno.
75 00
019!) F r a n k P. B u t c h e r
so OO
4120 J. H. Harvey
no 00 4307 C II. Darkalow
nient County note
'. 1,400 00 780 F. W. Heliwlcrn, Jr., Co.,
4906
Mnry
McGownn
28
00
458
33
0200
F
r
a
n
k
A.
I'oole
'..
02
50
1*32 Win. W. MorrlB, Mlddlofn
4121 F. C. I'lCKnl flieadntone)
20 00 4431 J. A. B u t c h e r . . . .
(351 Harry IJ. llnlsart, P a y .
0 81) 0201 Gcorgo 11. H o l m e s
(on a c c t . c o n t r a c t O V H 14 00 4909 C. H. Crawford
3770
3J3J A C . 10. L. Co., Wall . ,
4122 A. L. Duryco (hcidnlonc)
20 00 4432
4J.I2 Georgo w . Curley
ment County note
11183 0202 Jnmcn Murphy
i,soo oo
ter Creek bridge) . . . . . 1,950 00 3434 Lukowood & Const lilec.
11 00 4910 William Glbllll
25 00 5352
Court House Addition. •
4433 Charles Tv I01y
Hose
II.
Alloh,
Payment
4911
rUamlard
Gim
Co
39
42
781
L
e
w
i
s
Lii|nlior
Co,,
Wall.
•1
00
0203 ChnrloM A. Ullio . . . . . . . .
25 00
.1H 87
Octobor 4.
Co., Wall
•.
,
4434 "'
" O'llrlen ' '
W. It.
County
noto
20 22 5204 Chnrlen U. WIIKUS, Trciis. ' 20 00 5353
•1,700 00 1782 Albert .\cliornmii, W n l l . .
22 00 5042 W. V. Reynolds
78 00 3J35
4095 - GcorKo W. Henderson. Jr. 2,80S 80 4435 I'-, G. Forinan .
J3 J. Frank Youuinim,
Youninim, Ni
Nep'o '•'?
Cora J, Thoni
Maintenance of Lunntlci and Indloont
10 00
1783 J . F r a n k Touniunn, Wnll
6200 Dnnlol H. Reeves, T r e a s . , .
20 00
130 72 343d Albert Aclicrman, Wall
Helplno Teacher's Salary.
4430 A. P. Little . . . .
inont
County
nnto
Persons.
a
00
1,200 00 1784
020G Cliurlcn P . Cross
25 00
O e o . J. Mulliollaml, F'h'il
30 90 3437 Owen
October 20.
"-J, Melc
4437 Jacob Ab
r
I.'clinuiKl tj. Ilu P
December C.
2 00
0207 IloroiiKh of F a i r H a v e n . ,
20 oa
85 John Lninu, Sr,, Mnnal'n
Charlotte, K. Wilson
57 20
14C 25 4438 Ocorfc-o A. Miller ,
Pond brldirej
County noto
8,'
,.,..,
40.00 0208 Gco.. H e n d r l c k s o n n Hon
' 31 00 4908 D. H. Cnroy
0 05
1,000 oo 837 S t a n d a r d Oil Com|>nny.
3438 Fmnlt H. W. l
4439 James McCnnn . .
Chniles
loiy,
o
y,
18 00 4951 11. II. Johnson, Treasurer 1,755 21 0209 Italiiti D. Bush
3D 00
Hhi'oivsliury
2 30 3439 '.aliewooil
(20,818 38 4440 Jumcii F. Lynch . .
Payment
C-oiiiily iioto
25 71' 0210 h'lmfr V a n B r u n t ...,.,
. IP 00 4952 N. J, State Hospital .
• 3 00 1 WOO
600 00
199 A l o n i o llroiver. Freehold
71 93
Co., —
Hmt .Viitl. llnnli, B 1 ) r | n g
00 Uco, W, Auninclt,
r
0 S3 3(40
Court Expenses
October 4.
3S76 W. •!'. Throckmorton
3S80 J. Walter Cottroll
CO 1
5 5
10 01
0 01
3 01
54 1
62 51
500 0<
500 0C
250 0C
48 00
48 01
42 0
42 01
48 01
45 0
42 00
84 3
44 76
5 0
, 70
3 0
: 75
1 3
150 OC
Board of Prisoners and Supplies For
Jail.
NovcmWr 8.
4494 Bertram Birch
24 65
4494' John Stnnklo
172 25
44BG John Mnrquardt
1497 Louis FlneKold
3165
4498 IL Richmond
18 72
4499 . Charles Mount & Co.
03 42
4500 W. V. Voorheos
93 25.
4501 D. K. Malioney
48 79
4502 J N. Johnson & Son . . .
94 G(
4503 F. T. Burke . . . . . . . . . . .
110 75
4508 Holmes Patterson
13G 00
4509 13. K. DuBols & Co
43 8 '
4550 The Abdlll Phnrmncy Inc.
0 30
4553 David L. Kind .
10 50
Discount and Interest.
November 8.
4448 First N a t . Bank of Bclmar
120 83
4449 First National Bank of
Knsllslitown
122 22
4400 First National Hank of
•
Freehold
125 00
4451 First Nntlonnl Bank of
4441
4442
4443
4444
4445
4446
4447
4455
4543
h
l
*
I?JJ
JJJl
V
THE REP BANK REGISTER.
Pflfto Seven.
11 25- 4325 R, Hafcman Co., Freo, Bhrewnbury
41 33
Wo find the bninnce in the hands of
4065) Ilendrlckuon
& Applosaid County Collector to be two hundred
' hold-A<Jclpl)Ia
!4O,4G! IS 4826 I t Hafeman Co., .Freeh'd
218 18
, gate", Shrewsbury •
. 10 «S ninety-one thousand t w o hundred t w o
. . .
1 9 5 ;•• v • ;" •.• , / D r l d p g i .
26 (0 40CS Jps. 8 , lApptegate, Mld't'n
49 75 dollars a n d ninety-nine cents, J291,202.99.
4827 R. Hnfeman Co., Freeh d
Sentomner 0,
' WILLIAM M. BERGEN,
4867. H o n p i n s Mclicnry nnd
It 00
05 0 S6B1 Thos. B. Walllns Wld't'n
: Frost) Mlddletown . . . .
105,038 ( 2
188 71
CHAS. M. WYCKOFF,
35 05
01 43 8982 V. H. Mci-rctt, Bh'ob'y.
4S68" Tlntern Manor Water Co,,
Committee of.the Board of Chosen F r e e ;
Qrldoo».
340 64
63 2! 8683 Walter tlojkcy, Mld'fn..
• 4?ceon
,
,,,,.;'
104
holders to settle with tho County ColOctober 4.
14
IS
im
J.
a
T
.
Cor,
Mlddletown
St «l
lector. ' .
4505 . C. H . Koberson, M'lboro.
85 43
& Bmocte Lum20 0 0 1150 Blichanon
77 > 8686 W. W. Worris, Mlddiofn
47 79 4870 S a m u e l Vaughn, Manal'n.
0 45
b Co,,
ber
C Neptuno
N t u o
£1 tl 8080 Oeo. Ochcnmeyor, Mld't'n . 25 254157 J. FronU ITaumatu, Wall
CltS 1871 •Vim. C. Forman. Mlddst'o
£5 00
J6B7
Ilopplns
McIIenry
and
05 CO
65 09
. 3 70 4072 A. P . Clayton, Howell . .
Edwin P. Hurley. Wall . .
lorbst, Mlddletourn . . . . • 239 37 4158
86.00
25 IB 4073 D a v i d Ollckman, Fr'h'd.1
41G9 W.' W. Morris, Mlddlet'n
8 B5 41G0 Ilonplng lIcHenry and
SI 4 3688 Loosen fifWIUott, Mld't'n
12 09
4574 Cao, P . Matthews, Howell
1589
E
.
a.
Vanleor,
Wall
.
,
.
.
.878
85
65 55
m l
S3
48
4S75 H . H . Matthews, Howcll.
'
FraBt,
Mlddiotown
.
.
.
.
95 00 4181 Oeo. BchefUnoyer, Mld't'n
45 48
25 25' 4676 JOB, L . Butcher, Howell . .
187 S 36S0 K. J . Kcach, Shrewsbury
27 00 4077 Jaa. H , Clayton, Upper
MS J» 8631 U C Ayres, Shrowabury
4102 <1co. J. Bmlth, Mlddlet'n
Cc Ocean
' 51 0041S3 Thos. Brennan, Rarltan..
9 41
7» «»
Freehold
;.«*ii
19 65
80 0!) 4104 Jos. T, Burrowea Co.,
S3 55 £633 Geo, Grant, Sh'sb'y A Oc'n
(678 John Crlne, Marlboro . . . .
22 00
1693 Wm. Rodney, Blirowsbury
B. ARITZKI,
FORMER
14 00
A. C. E . U Co,, Neptune
105 17 JOS.
Shrewsbury
120 00 4165 Mahoney
14 CC ' •••"• Sf O c e a n
(080- Allen Burtlgo. Howell . . .
80 80
and Harvey,
VAUDEVILLE STAR, MAKES
10 26
OS 11 IC9< W m . H . Caslor, Sh'sbury
0 76 4081 Public Service Elec. Co.,
Bhrewnbury
•- 20 Si 3695 Forman Brawor. Wall , . .
18 50 4100 E. J. Keacli, Shrewsbury
CD 00
Bli'sVy & Mlddiotown..
180 63
REMARKABLE STATEMENT.
85 « SCOS" Tbeodoro Hullck, Keptuno
4 0 8 2 . L e w i s Lumber Co., W a l l . .
57 66
4107 Clareneo Carlson, Shrews& Ocean
;..
103 10
' 8 00
'40 00 4G8S Buchanon & Smock Lumbury and Ocean
S697 J, Frank T o u m a n s , N e p ber Co., Neptune
9 13
41B8 L. C. Ayrcs, Shrewabury
t u n e & Wall
,,,.
Gfl 41
207 70
This uUphcne Is carelessly placed and coald
CO 00 4684 Frank A. Wolfs, Ocean . . .
223 55
and Ocean ...' , , . . .
"For the first time in two years, I
3698 E . E.7 Conklln, Itarltan .
30 00 4109 W. H. Eennott, Mlddlet'n , 2 1 9 00 4685 Albert Herbert, Ocean , ,
1183 P . - It.
JXHUMV. . 0 ,
27,50
easily be pushed from the desk.
%
3099 Albert Ackerroan, W a l l : ; - 81 004170 S. S. BllvorR, Froohold . . * IS 75(680 Albert Patterson, Ocean.
. '"••••
Broadhurat Co,, K e y - '
enjoyed a hearty breakfaet this morn65
00
72 00 4687 Consolidated Gas Co., Oc'n
92 23 ing," said JOB. B. Aritzki, former
- . - . r^" 0 " ^ " C i i . 1 • • • • • « . • • teas co 3700 Cuchanon & Smoclc L u m 4171 Jos. S. Applogatc, llld't'n
ber
Co.,
Neptuno
34
72
1
4688
Owen J, Mclce. Ocean . . .
71 76 vaudeville star , in an interview'with
4172 F. P. Rodney, Ocean and
XJ33 Eujjeno Longstreet salary
19 13
50 OD
Mtthonoy and Harvey.
Bhrowsbury
.
bridge tender
ca CO 3701 Jan. H . Clayton; U. F r W d
33 60 4173 Wm.' Rodney, Ocean and
- Shrewsbury & Ocoan .
16 76 the Tanlac Man. Hr7 Aritzki, who
' S4S4 Thos, Dronnan, Rarltan..
SS 4)0 3T03. B . . B . V a n Bchoick, Howell.
3703
Mlchaol
Lamb,
llo.nil'11..
70 67 4690 H ; ^ . Pitcher, Howoll . .
309 00 (resides at 200 Locust street, Tren6 60
ties
Jos, T. Eurrowcs Co.,
Shrewsbury
200 00 ton, continued: "It wa3 a mighty
Shrewsbury . ,
g JJ 8704 John H . Shepherd, V h o l d
.8 53 4174 W m . Bocchel, Jr., iliA't'.n 128 00 4691 H. a Pitcher, Holmdol .
8705 Bam, B Jeffries, Mnn'p'n . 305 004175 Anderson & Burkf , Ocean
100 00 long wait for breakfast, I can tell
11 50 4692 H . R Pitcher, Holmdei .
. - SUB Honplno' McBenry nnd
8708 J. H . Conrow, Howell . .
'
Frost, Mlddletown" . . . .
93
.40 «0 4693. H. B . Pitcher, Marlboro .
8h'«b'y
6 07 4170 O. Grant, Oc'
93 00
you.
•.
4OS4 Wm. C. Ely Est., H'mdel
£t<n Jos, B, AppleBatft .Mld't'n
63 71 3707 WycUort Hendrlckeon, Up-,
N. Y . & L . B . / R. Co.,
4177
20 50
25 60
pcr Freehold
3488 Edward Conover, Mld't'n
31 6
G 13 4695 Middlesex, & Monmouth
Wall
wall , . . . ; . j . y
"My digestion hag been faulty ior
.
80
84
m. L. Conover, M a n V n
XU9 Goo. Srfieftmeytr,* salary
10 50
Elec, Light Co., Rar.,
4178
Michael
Lambi?
Manal'n.,
13 00
,
bridge tender
15 25 8709 Chas. &. E s t d l , H o w e l l . ,
•Mat.^ Mid.
92 68
57 99 the past two years. , No one but a
4179 Consolidated Oaa Co,, Oc'n
r
. S t t t Thoa Field;, Marlboro . .
2J 61 9710 Bennett Gravel Co., M'lb'ov 174 34 4180 Albert Patterson. Ocean.
sufferer can imagine the extent of
S5 00 4696 Monmouth Light Co., Ma89 00
MM Wm. T. McBrlde, Majial'n
B 25 3711 Chas. 13. Close, Matawan
65 00
nalapan
18 28 my trouble. To have to Bit down to
4181
Abram
Herbert,
Ocean
.
.
50 00
1
a m ; H, B, Pitcher. Honrell ,. »'fl 1712 Kate Jones, M't'n & Kar'n
Borough
of
Keyjiort,
Mat.
4697
a meal and then be afraid to eat even
10 00 41B2 Chandlor & taps, Ocean
1413 II, B. Fltoher, Holmdel .
100 0 3718 H, C. Towlcr, Matawan . .
and -RnrJtan
and Shrewsbury
185 65
69 71
23 '80
SIM H. B. Pitcher. Marlboro,, '100;00 3714 H. B . Loesch, Matawan .
when hungry—that's what I faced
4098
Thos.
Brennan.
Rarltan
.
.
4183
Tlntern
Manor
Wator
Co.,
33 85
14 44
JI7B H, B, Pltchor, Manalapan
46 0C 3715 Ooo. M. Harris, Matawan
" Ocean
2 794699 Kato Jones, Mat. & Rar. 50 00 for two long years. Once in a while
etie
H . B . Pitcher. Marlboro,.
150 00 3718 Conover Lumber Co., R a r 4700 Lacour Cranmer & Co.,
M, Townley and Co.,
I'd take a chance and eat heartily,
2*77 H . B . Pitcher. Marlboro..
CO 01
145 33 4184 A,
itan
Ocean & Shrewsbury . .
85
19
Ocean
and
Shrewsbury.
30
11
8178 C. U Hnyn, MillBt'o-HWl
374 6' 8717 Thoo. Brennan, R a r l t a n , . ' it 784185 C. L. J l a y s , M a n a l o p a n . .
. 19 82 and the result was always the same.
234 66 4701 C. E. d o s e , Matawan . . . .
3178 W m . Konson, Marlboro , .
17 00 3718 Heiidrloknon & Dllntuah,
8 00
"Belching of gas and heartburn in4186 Martin Daly, Howell . . . .
9 00 4702 O. D . Mccill, Howell . . . .
You cam he careful of the telephone appa3 U 0 F . W . Schmjlrs, Jr., o y s 124 78 4187 Thos. Fields, Marlboro . .
Upper Freehold
78 00 variably followed and kept me in
14 60 4703 Albert Ackerman, Wall . .
ter Creek bridgo
- W 3 3 00 3719 W m , H. Hendrlckeon, U p 4704 M. H . Collins, Marlboro.
94 38 misery for two or three hours after4188
Martin
Daly,
Matawan
.
.
22
50
ratus—a wet umbrella leaned against a
12 00 4189 Martin Daly, Holmdel . . . . 1 3 6 0 4705 Eugeno I^ongstreet, Wall.
per Freehold . . . . . r . . . . .
D i n V a n Note Cool Co,, Ocean
21 CO
60 00
S«62 J . Walter Butcher, Howell
165 J( 3720 N. T. St L. B . n . R. Co.,
4700 Statoslr L. Co.. Howell .
,86 07 ward, Then my appetite began to
telephone cord can put a line out of com4190 LOWIB Lumber Co., Ocean
1U
Ocean
M83 Louis FreUir, Bhr'abury.
45 3
40 00 fail. I'd arise in t i e morning with
and Neptune
; . . . 354 10 4707 John Btankle, Millstone .
56 03 4191 H.
M i l ChaB. Lowlt, Shrewsbury
82 1 3721 i l a h c r & Flockhart, Oc'n
4708 Leon A. Barkalow, Howell
mission.
15
00
B
.
Pitcher,
Marlboro.
1(5
81
such a nasty taste in my mouth—I
99 78
SWB u C. Avrei, salary
5 r i 3722 Owen J . Melee, Ocean . . .
4709 Douglas Woodward, Mllls'o
63 «8
187 52 4192 I I . B . ^ Pitcher, Marlboro
8723 Owen J . Melee, Ocean ,'..
didn't feel like eating a thing. Some4710 Oeo, H . Burdge, Howell . .
Ilia Frank Rodney, Ocean &
16
25
and
Holmdel
290
00
You can he sure that your desk telephone
21 00
4711 B. K . Clayton, Millstone
•Shrewsbury
CO 00 8724 T a n N o t e Coal Co., Ocean
- 4 76 times I'd feel weak, nervous and
17 10 4193 Alonzo Grower, Manala
8725 James Quirk, Ocean
tin
Cta'cncc Cartoon, Ocean ..
26 25 4712 H a r r y N . Clayton, Howell
is
in a position from which it cannot fall to 10 10 dizzy, and supposed it was lack of
pan a n d Freehold . . .
55
00
. . .
& Bhrowebury
4000 3720 Abram Herbert, Ocean . .
43 75 4718 David E . Tantum, Upper
95 00 4104 A. P . Clayton, Howell
nourishment.
3727 Albert Patterson, Ocean.
the floor and become damaged.
SttS Oeorgo Oant, Ocean &
W A
A. Huluo,
H
U Freehold
F h
22 85
Freehold
36 60
4195 W.
U.
3728
M.
H
.
Collins,
MarlboroShrewsbury -.,..,'
,.
40 OC
19 00 4714 Maher & Flockhart. Ocean
403 59
"Tanlac was recommended by a
Androw Johnson, U. Fr'h'd
77 03 4196
Mlddlotown
S U 8 William Rodney, Ocean &
40 00 4715 Tropical Paint & Oil Co.,
Gary Hulse, H o w e l l
You can try to prevent a receiver from befriend. In the short time I've used
37 00 4197
Shrewsbury . . . . . .
70 CO 8729 W. A . Hulso. U . Freeh'd,
Shrewsbury
136'50 it, the medicine has done more good
4198 L«on A. B a r k a l o w , H o w 8730
Jos.
L
.
Butcher,
Howell,
20
00
M10 J . H . Schenclt, Mlddlet'n
40 E(
ing
dropped or banged-agaiilst the receiver
52 S8 4716 Geo. Gant, Sh'sb'y & Oc'n
29
03
cll
a
n
d
Freehold
,
.
;
.
.
.
8781 Eunre.no Lonftotrcct. Wall.
00 00 4199 Bam. B . Jeffries, Howell
M i l . T h o Gallon Iron' Works,
than all else I have tried. Just think
137 10 4717 F r a n k Rodney, Shrewshook.
. . ' Mlllstono-Marlboro . . . . 478 5C 3732 Mdldlesex & Monmouth
.13 28
bury a n d Ocean
20 97 of eating a hearty breakfast in com4200 Clark Conine, F r e e h o l d . .
Elec.
Light
Co
,
RarltanSlit
Dreasel Lamp Co., Ocean
3 01
Perrino & Buckatew, M a 4718 W m . Rodney, Shrewsbury
fort after starving yourself every
M&tawan-Mlduletown . .
57 07 4201
M M K a t e Jones, salary
60 0(
nalapan
and Ocean
141 98
70 00
Any damage to the instrument or telephone'
95 00
3733 E. J. Keach, Shrewsbury
morning for two years! My diges. S H I Middlesex & Monmouth
3 00 4719 Clarence Carlson, Shrews4202 W. H. Bchanck. Manal'n
30
00
' Electric L i g h t Co.; Mat3734 A. C. B . L. Co., Wall . . .
lines may impair your service.
tion
is
wonderfully
improved,
my
ap57
00
'
bury
a
n
d
Ocean
Sam.
B
.
Jeffries,
Alanal'n
40
00
4203
61 SB
awan-Harltwi
18 28 8735 A. C, E . L, Co., Noptuna
11 28 4720 L. C. Ayrcs, Shrewabury.
JOB, L. Butcher, H o w c l l . .
50 00 petite is fine and the old gaseous
3788 Conover Lum. Co., H'md'l ' 8 064204
SUB Frank Anderson, Mata4205 Thos. M. Nolan, Jr., Mill4721
Geo.
J.
Bmlth,
Mlddlet'n
21
00
19
75
trouble
is
disappearing,
wan-Marlboro
193 01 3737 Thos. Fields, Marlboro . .
stone
3 38 4722 John McCann, Manalapan
4 00
Help to keep up the standard of telephone Bervice
B738 Kendrlckson & Dllntuuh,
C1S0 Middlesex & Monmouth .
CO 94 4723 Frank S. Weeks, Atlantic
4200 A. C . E . I,. Co.. ^Nentune
99 25
"This Tanlac deserves all the
Upper Freehold . . . . . . .
141 904207
Klectrlc Light Co., Karl50 00 4724 Harry N . Rcynojds, How'l
by doing jour share in protecting the telephone or
Kate
Jones,
Mat'n
&Rar'n
12
00
credit
and
I'm
mighty
glad
to
indorse
52 50 4208 8. C. Towler, Mntawan . .
8729 Roffer Irving, Howell . . .
' ' . tan-Matawan
B7 TO
32 50 4725 T. M, Dangler. Mnnal'n.
16 00 so good a preparation."
SIJ7 8 . C. Towler, U a U w a n . .
17 60 3740 Panl Q. Clayton, U. F'h'd 14 50 4209 M. H. Collins, MarlbBto .
wires against damage.
330-79 4720 C. X . Crawford, H'mdel.
12
00
88
00
8M1
Andrew
JohnBon,
U
.
F'h'd
3198 Alonzo Erowor, Wall . . .
487 85
60 00 4727 J. Howard Clayton, How'l
Eugene Lonputrcct, Avail.
Tanlac -is distributed exclusively in
23 0011 92 4210
2499 Lacour Cranmer Co., Oc'n
36 2( 3742 John White, Manalapan .
Public
Sorvlco
ElecT
Co.,
4211
Thos.
Fields,
Marlboro..
4728
54 50 Red - Bank by James Cooper, Jr.,
10 51
37*3, J, C. Ackerman, Howoll.
1500 Owen J . Meleo, Clay P i t
Sh'ab'y & Middiet'n...
130 08 4729 Gilbert Combs & Co,,
9 32
Broad and White streets.
Crook bridge
3,650 00 8744 H. H. Matthews, Howoll
Cartnn &"Dovlln, Matawnn
84 06
Howell & Marlboro . . .
86 84
2.17 00 4212 Cnrtnn & Devlin, Mutiiwen
SMI Gllmoro West. Ocean . . . .
09-OS 3715 W. Q Smith. Marlboro,.
9
SO
4730 Martin Collins, Marlboro..
9 .40
8741! Gilbert Combs Co., AtlHIc
59 30 4213 Cnrtnn & Devlin, Matawa
3502 N . Y. & L B . R. R. Co.,
Register want advertisements are
65 90 47S1 Matthews Bros., Sh'sbury
& Dovlln, M'lboro
314 41
325 00 4214 Cartan
•'Ocean
10 4' 8747 H.- B . Pitcher, Marlboro..
122 00 4732 Eliiood C. .TnnlUm, U p Close, Matawan . .
satisfying tho wants of hundreds of
100 00 4215 C. E.J.
3748 H. B . Pitcher, Marlboro..
S503 Maher, & Flockhart, Mid-'
Melee, Wnll . . . 5,585 20
per Freehold
8 90 people every week. There's a reason.
125 00 4210 Owen
dletown
1S3 03 3749 H, B . Pitcher, Marlboro..
Wnll...
71 82 (733 E. J. Keacli, Shrewsbury
95 00
125 00 4217 John'T. Simpson,
3504 Maher & Flockhart, Oc'n
25 CO 3760 H, B . Pitcher, Freehold..
They get results. Their price, 26
West, Ocean
45 (2 4734 T h e Good Roads Much,
276 00 4218 Qllmore
8505 Thomas Brennan, Raritdn
109 26 3751 H. B . Pitcher, Marlboro..
Chas. Tounu,
Shrews4219
Co..
Mid.,
Mon.,
Wall
.
702
60 cents for 30 wordi, puts them within
13
75
••• .3506 Geo. C. Smith, Harltan . .
135 1 3752 P. O. Welgand. H o l m d e l . .
bury and Ocean ........
105
00
4735
Charles
L.
Hays,
Freereach of everybody.—Advertisement
21 25 4220 Maher H. Flockhart. Oc'n
8507 J. H.JJorxis, Howell , \ .
JO 7 3753 S a m u e l B . Burke, Manal'n
134 25
hold nnd Howell
130 12
1 15
3754 John B , Emmonn, Wall . .
3508 Tintcrn Manor Water Co.,
Oil Co., Sh'Bb'y
4 69 4730 Alonzo Brower, Howell . .
90 30
57 50 4221 Standard
Ocean
1'31 3155 W. H. Flltcroft. Mnnal'n
John
M.
Braly,
Mntawan4315
4737
Jos.
Nevis,
Howcll
4O0JI0
.3509 H. B. Pitcher, Howoll . .
185 0( 3750 Lakewood & Coast ElccKeyport Draw . . , , . . . .
168 S3 4738 John M. Braly, Mnt. &
19 00
•trio Co., Wall
3510 H...B. Pitcher, Howoll. ..
125 00
4323 F. R. Long-W. O. BroadKoyport Draw
128 24
3313 Maher & Flockhart, Oc'n 343 S 3757 F. W, Bchwelrs Jr. C o hurst,
Mat.-Keyp't Draw 3,707-17 4739 Louis J. Staling, Mld't'n
250 00
Oyster Creek bridt'o . . ' 780. 524328 C. E. Close,
10 60 4740 Louis J . - s w i n g , Sh'sb'y
Matawan . .
23 80
8758
John
T
a
m
c
v
,
Mlddletown
101 00 4329 H. B. Pitcher, Howell ..
878,137
100 00
3159 "Intern Manor Water Co.,
Roads.
272 67
Louis
J.
Slellng,
Mld't'n
Raids.
4330
Ocean
2 09
December
G
.
78 00
Albert Ackerman, Wall . .
September 0.
40 50 4338
49CQ Boro' of Kcyport, Broad
3760 P. O. Wolgand, Holmdel.
Roads.
3764 Bennett Oravol Co., WallSt..' Kcyport
3761 Public Service
Electric
3,313 91
November 8.
130 0:
Co., M M T n - S h ' s n u r y . . .
49(11 J. E . Allen, Jlillstone ..
34 06
How'l-AU't'e & Ncpt'e
805 2 /
395 CO 4962 Jos. H. Conrow, Howell..
J7S5 Frank Glirord. Wall . . . .
32 20
31 6 3782 Chester I I ; Truax, Ocean. • 7 CC4554 Michael Mulvlhill; Sh'sb'y
10O 00 (963 John Lnmb, Sr., Miuial'n
3768 J. H. Conrow, Howell . .
51 35 4555 Geo. J. Hmltli, Mlddlet'n
30 00
12 2 3703' Thos. Brcunnn, Harllan .
130 00 4SM Jas. DlgKin.H, Marlboro...
45S0 ' Thos. McCarry, Mlddlet'n
8767 8am. B. Burlto, Manal'n
22 70
01 5 3870 F. R. L o n s - W . a . Bro.-ul91
4557
Thos.
Garvcy,
Mlddletown
3768 Max Lamont Howell . . . .
hurst Co.r- Keyport und
(965 Ja?. McCorinlcli, Holmdel.
33 00
H8 2
150 60 (966 .John H. Fielder & Son,
37C9 Wm. J. Matthews, Howcll
Matawan Drnw Brldite 2,214 93 45GS 1). D. Lefferson, Sh'Hb'y
171 60
•3559 JackBon Conover, Sh'fib'y
3710 Jos. Nevis, Freehold . . . . , 4 823 C
8877 John M. Brnly, Keyport
Shrewsbury
• . 10 00
181
4060
T.
A.
Bowne,
Sh'sbury..
8771 • Leon A. Barkalow, H o w l \ 2425
126 13
Keyp't & Matawan draw
Adnm Linzmayer, Mld't'n
130 00
137 00 4967
4561 Adam TJnzmayer, Mld't'n
T. Apj)le£nte, How'l
(968 M i c h a i l
Mulvlnhlll,
02 4 3878 Louis J. Blollns, Swlm2JH Wm.
4502 Frank's. Weeks, Atlantic
Michael Lamb. Manal'n..
61 60
3773
m l n s River bridge . . . . 2,277 00 45C3
Shrewsbury
57 00
01
7
New
Jersey
Co.,
Mntawan
5 CO 4909 D. D . l.efferKoii, Sh'Bb'y.
B774 Isaac McDonald, Howell.
Lumber Co.,
112 00
S 0 3879 Statesir
4504 Thou. CoBtcllo, Marlboro
62 50 (970 ThOB. Gurvey, Mlddlet'n.
3775 E. E. Van Scholck, How'l
Froehold-MarlbDro
119 7- 4565
52 50
94 5
c.
15,
CloHe,
Matawan
..
TVln. A. Dey, Manalapan
2(i'00
22 75 4606 C.-B. Close, Matawan . .
4971 Jackacn Conover, Sh'sb'y
81 50
38 60 3880 Chas. Lewis, Mlddletown
5J3S
10 75 4972 Victor Fcnton, Sh'sbury.
B777 Wm Cnhill, Manalapnn .
70 00
42 7i 3881 Douglas Woodward, Mile2S 87 (973 C. P. Reynolds.-Wall
37 (3 4507 Van Brunt & S o n . Mnt'n
8778 Tlntern Manor Water Co,,
stone
105 56
17
50
114 90 4508 W. C. V a n Pelt, Matawan
Ocean-Shrewsbury . . . .
(974
Get).
J.
Smith,
Jiiddlet'n
20 00
050 00 3882 Tantum Bros., U. Froeh'd
58 83 4975 Ira W i r n e , Jr., Marlboro • 272
4569 W . J . Osborn, Wall . . . .
Albert Klror, Oo'n k N't'o 119 50 S6S3 Jos. a Avplcgato, Mld00
JJTO
32 40 4976 W. S, ''Stryker. Marlboro.
3760 Wm. J. Osborn, Wall . . .
dletown
51 00 4570 Geo. E. Rogers, Wall . . . .
81 25
CO 00
4B71 Frank GlfTord,. Wnll . . . .
20 25 4977 H u e h . R i l e y , Millstone . . .
.8781 John Stankle,. Millstone .
44W
11 60
4 W 8884 Burtls B. rattcruon, MI11& Foranataro,
3782 Jas, Okcrson, Neptune,.
200 00 4572 Eager
ntone
K'lS Nlcholnn J. Hulvcnna, U p 287 4;
- '
Shrewsbury
5 75
3788 Frod D Hurley, Neptuno
per ..Freehold
Road>.
50 .18
477 00
4573 Thoe. Beatty, Ocean . . . .
135 05 4979 .Bronson, P . Butler, H'md'l
8784 Albert fClns, N't'e & Oo'n 151 DO
October 4.
161 25
6 00 4980 Wm, C,ibill, Manalnpan..
•785 John Lamb, Manalapan..
71 00 4574 Henry Callaliiin, Manal'n
23 32
34 26 4222 Albert Kins:, Nentuno . .
24 00 4981 C. Cunningham,
229 US 4575 J a s . McCormlck, Holmdel
Manal'n..
• |7fS"Qeo. T.'Robblns, KOWBII
20 75
1S9 5 4323 James Okcrsoni Neptune
13 65 4982 B.'' K. 1 'Clayton, Mlllstono
188 60 4578 A . M. Walling, Holmdel
3787 Greenwood ltankln, Wall.
15 60
87 9i 4224 James OUorEon, Neptuno
Manor
Water
4577 Thoa. Donahue, Marlboro
13 00 4983 A: H. Brown, Wall
8788 Martin Griffin, Sh'sbury.;
97' 50
212 01 4225' Tintern
Wm.
O'Brien,
BhrowaCo., Ocean & Sh'abury
04
661 61 4578 Ira Warno, Jr., Marlboro.
*789
26 49
John 8,•'White". Wnll . . . .
White, Noptune,
4579 Bronson P. Ilutlor, H'md'l
27 00 4986 .Tohn Tanncy, Jr.,' Holmdel
bury & Mlddiotown . . . .
84 25
117 77 4220 Corel
Wall
and
Shrewsbury.
«780 John H. Curtis, Earltan
72 25 4580 Chas. X. Crawford, Holm20 00
•
(BSO C. E . Close, Mntawan . .
del and Rnrltan . . . . . .
140 50 4987 S. C. Towler, Matawan..
191 20
4227 Thos. Beatty
& Holmdel . . . . . . . . . . . .
45 00
«7»1 Jacob C. Shutts. Sh'sbury
611 00 4988 V i c t o r ; Fenton, Sh'sbury
68 00 4581 JaB. F. Erancy, Ocean . .
40 50
83 00 4228 Albert Kins. Neptuno . .
223 03 (989 Wm. E . Sickles,. Neptune
28 50 4582 Richard Dangler, Ocean..
Jas, Maloney. Midalct'n,
11 00
164.42 4229 Thos, Costello, Marlboro.
9 00 (990 Tas. Okcrson, Neptune . .
65 65 4583 W m . A. Wagner, Ocean ..'
B7»3 Bam^ E. Taylor, Noptuno
101 00
14 2 4230 John Tansoy, Jr., M'lboro
8794 Corel White, N't'e & WaU
4584
JaB.
H.
Johnson,
Ocean.
117
00
Albert
K
i
n
s
,
Neptuno
.
.
.
Cartan
&
Devlin,
M't'w'n
19
19
4231
51 00
4991
128
75
Jas Okerson, Neptune . .
4585 W m . W . Brown, Ocelin.
25 00 4992 F. S. Weeks. Atlantic . . .
33 00
142 2 4232 C. E . Close, Matawan &
3798 K. J.' wells k Co., Ocean
161 67 4993 Thos. Costello, Marlboro
67 79 4580 Patrick Drennan, E a t ' n f n
Rarltan
32 50
14 75
|797 A, O. Johnson, Ocean . . .
4687""
A.
O.
Johnson,
Ocean
.
.
231
50
79 50
4233 8 C. Towlor, Matawan . .
55 05
4994 Max Lamont, Howell . . .
659
3!
SJ98 Thos. Beatty, Ocean . . .
4588
Leon
A.
Barkalow.
Howell
61
60
N.
Y.
&
L.
B.
R.
R.
Co.,
Pat.
Hartnctt,
Millstone.
4234
27 60
(995
212 SB
Peter T. Frawley, AU'tio
18 00 4589 C. Cunningham. Man'l'n
9 75 4990 Isaac McDonald, Howell.
Matawan
35 25
8
Si
John
Tansey,
Mlddlet'n,
M00
18 00 4580 J a s . Maloney, M l d d i o f n . .
80 50 (997 Jos. Nevis, Freehold . . . .
4235 Thos. Brennan, Rarltan..
54 00
94
i{
T«n»ey, Mlddlet'n.
63 05 4581. W,
— S.
-—
53 00 (998 Michael Lamb, Manal'n.,
Hoyer, Ocean
JfOl John
16 00
88 3 423C Rich. Hnfeman, U. F'h'd 24 44 4692 W.
ThoB, Hrennan, IUrltan,
S.
Hoyer,
Eatontown
93
00
Chas.
W
.
Butcher,
How'l
Brennan, Rfcrltan..
2(0 25
(999
fjja A, C. Welderholt, Sh'sb'y
94 31 4237 Thos.
110 CO 4593 W. S. Heyer, Eatontown
John Sta"hkle, Millstone . .
Jas.
Mnloney,
Middletown
4238
38 60
5000
89 0(
55S? C. H . Hurley, Bh'tb'y...
and Ocean ..'.
237 00 5001 Sam. B . Burke, Manal'n
Gravel Co,, Nep79 25
28 00 4239 Bennett
8805 W. a Hcyer, Eatontown
Robert S. Chllds, Howell.
260 80 4594 Central R. R. of N. J.,
tuno, Matawan & Ocean
53 26
5002 W.
H. Flltcroft, Ho.wcll ,
150 12
. Freehold & Marlboro . ' 10 085003
Greenwood .Ranktn, wall.
68 12
JS06 W. S. Hcyer,"Eatontowii
23 82 4595 Tho Studobaker Corp. of
42(1 JaB.""Disgins,~Sri, M'lboro
5004 Tho Moh. Contracting Co.,
722 25
^18 60
& Ocean . . . . , ,
America, Middletown
134 00 4242 John B. Will to, Wall . . . .
338 40
Amboy-Key.
2nd
Sect..
200 00 4590 Tlntern Manor W a t e r Co.,
Jos. H. Johnson, Ocean.
151-61 42(3 Borough of Belmar, Wall.
172 00
5035 W.' S.'HeVfir, E a t . & Oc'n
677 BO
Ocean
Jaa. H Johnson, Ocean,
0(0 00 503S Thos. I}..GaBkill, Ocean . .
204 0 42(4 A.JH. Brown, Wall
28 00
250 60 4597 Anderson & Buck, Ocean.
«809 Potor T. Frawlev, Atl'tic
17 6 4245 It. D B o s h , Clerk, Wall
1 05
Brldoes.
M10 F., B. Weeks, Attnntlo . .
91 49 4598 S. C. Towler, Matawnn .
254 0 42(0 W m . J . Osborn, Wnll . . .
80 50
December
0.
»8U O r p , , McDonald. Mata122
CO.
4599
P
.
R.
R
.
Co.,
Howcll
.
.
42(7 W m . B. Hoyor, Ocean . . .
21 00
54 75
146 00 4G0O J. C. T . Co., Shrewsbury ' 14 00 5005 Jos. L. Butcher, H o w c l l . ,
•W(>n &' Holmdol
168 00 42(8 Win. 8 . Hcyer, Eatontown
1I1S Robeson
Fields, Mnrlboro.. . 116 55
4G01 C. P. Reynolds, Wnll . . . .
Process Co.,
42(9 W m . S. Heyer, Eatontown
130 41 50O3 Thos.
Kate
Jones,
Mat.
&
Rar.
53
20
50O7
4002
Greenwood
Rnnkln,
Wall
.
Marlboro
88 50
"& Ocean
•
60 25
1.086 65
C. Towler, Matawan . .
11 50
|818 Robeson Process Co., H'w'l
67 23 4603 W m . B. Sickles, Neptune
143 25 50O8 S.
379 88 4250 W m . H. Flltcroit, HowolK,
C. E . Close, Matawan . .
37 25
5009
RIchard_Danffler, Ocean..
4604
W
m
.
E
.
Sickles,
Neptune
201
60
4251
Del.
River
Quarry
&
Con147 00
Oliver N. T h o m e , Wall . .
20 76
JM6 Ross Hlbbltts, Ocean .,
struction Co., Matawan
4605 Albert King, Neptuno . . .
94 60 5010 J. Frank Youmans, Wall
5(
76 00
JJ}< Jaines F Branoy, Ocean 148
255 33 4606 Albert King, Neptuno . . .
and Shrewsbury
80 60 5011 Albert Ackerman,. Wall .
782 25
76 00
PRICES:
6013
J317 Wm, S. Hoyor, Ocean
.
,
04
30Jiis.
Okcrson,
Neptuno
.
.
99 75
C6 0 I2G2 Ooo E . Rogers, Wall . . .
r
N.
Y.
&
L
.
B.
R.
R.
Co.,
Runabout $345, Touring Car 1360, Coupelel 1505
C014
a. Heyer, Eafont'n
25 00 4608 Corel White, Shrewsbury,
90 00 4253 Ira Warne, Jr., Marlboro
JJ}« Wm.
Town Cur ?595, Sedan *645, f. o. b. Detroit
Wall
3 58
Wm S. Hoyor, Ocean
31
75
Neptuno
and
Wall
-4264
C
Cunningham',
Manal'n
149
00
69 00
6015 William Rodney, Ocean
Wm. S. Heyor, Eatont'n
28 75 4609 T h e Austin Western Road
160 0C 42E5 W m . A . D o y , Mnnalapan
a i d Shrewsbury
70 00
|8!1 Wm. V. Brown, Ocean.
151 00
Mach. Co., U . Freehold
135 00
187 6 4260 D D LolTerson. Sh'ubury
50 00
5016 L, C. Ayros, Shrewsbury
60 00
4267 J. C. Bhutts, Bhrowsbury
Delaware River Quarry &
«8M Bound Brook Cruslied
95 .00
5011 E. J. Keach, Shrewsbury.
61 25
Stono Co., Ocean
Construction Co., S h ' s 5 4 4 0 4268 John Tansey, MidiJlot'n..
Ocean
183 25
bury nnd Matawan . . .
4269 Mnrtln ai-lllln, S h ' s t u r y . .
447 46 5018 Clnrenco Carlson,
and Shrewsbury
40 00
1011 Delaware River Quarry &
4JC0 John H. Curtis, Rarltan
225 00
6019 H. B. Pitcher, Marlboro
99 00
Construction Co., S h ' s ann Holmdel
B. Pitcher. Marlboro
200 00
119 34
bury
4261 J a s . Mnloncy, Mlddiofn.
651 50 5020 H.
56 95
5021 Cartan & Devlin, Mat'n.
167 50 4012' NIclioIaH J. Mulvenna, U p 42C2 P a t . Drenniui, Entontown
Chau. W. Butcher, Howclt
71 50
1(1 00
por Freehold
4263 W m . W. Brown, Ocean ..
55 89 6022
39 (4
6023 Wm. C. Clayton, Hnwell .
1(7
50
I55J Thos Costello, Marlboro
(613
A.
H.
Brown,
W
a
l
l
4264
Rons
Hlbbltu,
Oconn
.
.
.
.
235
59
1 8 CO
Tlios.
Costello,
Marlboro
.
4 50
5024
19 00 (Cl( S. Bartley Pearco, Ticas.,
1829 Dustollno for Roads Co.,
4265 Jns. H. King, Jr., Holmdel
6025
.4 50
Matawan
•
43ft 11 4260 Jns. H, Johnson, Ocean . .
163 50
500 09 S02« Cartnn & Devlin, Mntawan
M.
II.
Collins,
Mnrlboro
.
66
05
4267 W, H . Flltcroft, E n g . &
KilB John B.'wii'ltoi'wnli"];;
523 10 ,027
89 22'
412 80 (618 B. K . Clayton, Mlllstono
(Jorilon'B Cornor
102 00 5028 H o l m e s H . Matthews, H'll
Lakcwodd & Coast Elec.
(017 John Taylor, V. Freehold
71 60
It 80 42C8 Chun. X, Crawford, H o l m Co., Wnll
'.
18 "5
10G 5 0 (618 Hugh Hlloy, Millstone . . .
ilol & Rnvitan
31 03
28 00
lUiJ 00 (019 Tlios. Brcnnun, H a r l t a n . .
•U09 Jni). H Johnson, Oecnti .
18 00 5029 Geo. J. Smith, Mlddlet'n
5030 TunlH Major, Howell . . .
10 10
Brook
.Crushed
6(1 00 (C20 Uound
illotown
S2 74 4270 Auutln P Clayton, Howell
Stone Co., Shrewsbury.
61G 0 0
S835 J o h n ' W o o d w a r d & Co., "
4271 A. O. Johnson, Ocean . . .
335 20 5031 I'aul O. Clayton, Upper
J. Norman & S o n , Sh'sb'y
Freehold
' 13 .IS
Mldilletown
no 00 4621
145 02 4272 Michael Mulvllilll, H h W y
11 00 5032 A. W. Voorheea, Freehold
1022
John
H.
Curtis,
Rnrltan
&
3 50
3830 Eugono Lewis, MliWlot'n
4273
Jnckaon
Conovor,
Bh'nb'y
SOI 50
00 00
Holmdol
• 8817 Qeo. J. Smith, Mldslefn
57 00 5033 DOUKIUS Woodward, Mill167 50
35 00 4274 Victor F c n t e n , Bh'uliury..
stone
120.00
4270 Ooo. J. Smith,' Jllddlet'n
(023 W. II. Cnslcr. Eatontown
0 J Slnlth
160
50
401
60
¥.11 It - ' Mlddlofn
7 86
ami Bhrowfibury
68 50
18 50 5031 W. A. Hulse, U. Freehold
»2 76 1276 TIIOB. McQiirry, Jllcldlot'n
»8J!r Thos, Qarvoy, Mlddiofn
65 00
155 00 021 Martin Grlliin, Shrewsbury
159 60 6037 Albert Patterson, Ocean .
808 60 4277 Michael' Mulvllilll, aii'Bb'y
S840 Jnckuon Conover. Sh'sb'y
4278 TIIOB. Unr.voy, Llidcllot'n.
08 75 4025 John Tnnuey, Mlddletown
134 75 10(4 Owen J. Melee, Wreck
8841 Est. S. W. Mor/ord,
Pond Bridge
10,160 20
18!) 00 (1120 Tlioo. Urcnnun, R a r l t a n , ,
37 66
24 08 4279 T. A . Bownc, Shrownbury
Shrewsbury
37 71 4027 Jacob C. Hhutts, Hh'ab'y..
60 00
85 40 4280 C. R. R. o( N . J . , Sh'Hb'y
8843 Lodor & Binlth, Sh'sb'y.
818,066
22
(028
J
a
s
.
H.
Johnson,
Ocean..
202
00
i281
Adam
Llnzmnyer,
Mld't'n
(5
00
197 00
I5i? ^J? Llnsmaycr, Mld'fn
Jnnuarv 1.
19 60 (029 J. W. Thompson, Sh'ab'y
74 75
200 00 4282 Win. J, Matthews, Howoll
57 75 ((130 Patrick Ilnlloran, Mld't'n
8844 D . D, Lclterflon, Sh'sbury
242 00 4283 W . S. Strvkor, Freehold.
53 85 Total amount of receipts from
72 50 (631 C. A : Burko, Freehold . .
4284 Loon A Barkalow, Howcll .
8845 Michael Mulvllilll, Sh'ub'y
28 50 July 1, lOIfi, t o Jan. 1. 1917.'.1,490,935 47
22 00 (632 Wm. A. Doy, Manalapan
4285 P. Hartnolt, Maimlnrain.
37 00 Total amount of disbursements
150 30 (033 Chan. W. Butcher, Howell
4280 John Taylor, U. Freehold
72 84 from July 1, 1916, to J a n . 1,
.20 00 (034 Ooo. T. Hobblna, Howoll,
1,199,732 48
4287 iBnuc McDonald, Howoll,.
43 60 11)17
Wm.
P.
Story,
Freehold.
ury
35 75 (G35
7 00
4288 Timothy M. Dawrler, F h ' i l
,
V
&
E
a
t
o
n
t
o
w
n
.
.
.
24
CO
C. H. Uolierson, Freehold
(030
Balimcc
nn
hand
Jan.
1,
1917
291,202 99
JJBO John C. Mount, Mlddiofn
36
50
4280
John
Htnnklo,
Millstone..
10
45
09 00
(637 Samuel Vnughn, Manal'n
JB51 John S. Wlilto, Wiill . . . .
24 21 . T h e balnnre i s deposited In tho follow101 05 4205 NleholnB J. Mulvcnua, U p Wm. C. Forninn, Mlllut'o
ing named banks:
per Freehold
64 39 (038 John
16
00
A, H. Brown, Wall
63145
Htunkle, Millstone.,
JS53 Bound
(2 00 4039 JOH, H
4201 Jolin McCnnn, Freehold,.
Urook CruBhod
46 76 First National Bank of Bolmnr 1,320 87
. Conrow, Howell.
29 70 (640
04 80 4202 C. Cunnlnglinm Mminl'n
24 39 CitlzenB National Bank of Long
. . . . _Stono Co., Matawan . ,
McDonnld, H o w c l l . .
1.0G2 31
2851 Bounil Uroolt
' 91 US4041 Ifiauc
Crushed'
4203 Max Lnniant, Howcll . . .
22 GO Branch
Jon, Novln, Freehold
98 53 (C42
Stono Co., Ocean
• 92 00 291 W . T AnploBato, Howoll.
74 00 At. Highlands National B a n k . . 22,0(8 01
(CI3
68 80
1855 Bound Brook Crnslioa
72 25 4044 John Lamb, Maualapan,.
295 Mlchaol LiiniD, Munalapan
70 2E Asbury Pnrk TruBt Compnny..
226 30 (646 Patrick Hartnctt, Mlllol'o
Stono Co., Shrewsbury.
109 eo 296 Clua. W. Uutclior, Howoll
22 00 Second Nat. Baltic of Rod Bank ,2 323 00
8850 Bound Brock Cruahod
44 25 4040' Jnii. E . Allen, Millstone..
4207 John Lamb, Mannlmmn..
44 54 First N a t . Hank of Freohold. 2,041 ( 9
29 25 4(i(7 Win. A. Doy, Manulaimn ,
Stono Co., Ocean
87 20 20B ClmB. W . Applcgatc, F'h'd
97 10 A. 1'. & O. O. Bank . . . , r . . . 49.B23 09
National B a n k Y A s £857 Bound Urook Crushed
105 99 (0(8 Max Lamont, Howell . . .
SOU Joiieph Novlu, Freehold . .
9 66 Bcacoaut
bury Pnrk
X'
07,013 80
86 00 (0411 Wm. T, Aiiplcgnto, Howoll
Stono Co., Noptuno . . . 872 76 300 B. B. Hllvern, Froohold . .
88 36
(858 B. K, Clayton, Mlllstono.
180 00 1050 Jns, Dlgfrins, 8r., M'lboro
19 5G 4301 TIIOB. H . Daly, l l m i l ' n ,
12 00 MunaHqimii National Bank . . . . 1,0(7 77
First
N
a
t
.
Bank
of
Spring
Lnko
1,323 80
3BE9 B. P. Dutlor, Molmdel . . .
C, A . Burlte, Freohold . .
28 75 (741 Amos I). Ilrocklebank, H'll
23 00
114 05
1160 Ira Warne, Jr., Mnrlboro
200 50 (742 Standard Oil Co., Fr'h'd
61 25 803 Joaoph McCuo, Froohold..
810 48 Farmers & Mcrchnnta Unnk of
Matawan
340 81
SIC1 Chan. X. Crawford. Holm92 00 (743 Standard Oil Co., Mld't'n
404 24
804 (Jeo. T. Robblns, Howell.
Oentrnl National Bnnlt of Freodel & Itnrltan
309 00 JOS JUchaWr Datiglor, Ocean,
164 76
Monmouth
Contracting
hold
230 50
880J Thos, II. Duly, Miuml'n.
726 00
109 40 : 300 Jns, F . Bruney. Ocenn , .
Co., K e y . - A m b o y , 2nd
Btandard Oil Co., Mata*
098 09
81)8 John Taylor, U. i'r'h'd..
280 85 807 '
Section
2(0 00 Kcyport Banking Co
Ocean Drove National Bank . . 44,512 42
ISM Nicholas J. Mulvenna, Upn a n & Holmdel , .
488 80 4744 Ilobcson' Process Co.,
234 21
per Freehold , .
142 00 303 Standard Oil C o , ShrewsMnrlboro
1 263 18 First N a t . Bank of Eatontown
First N a t . Bunk of S e a Bright
052 ( 5
I3C5 Hugh Rlley. Millstone , , . ' 50 10
bury & Holmdel
1,028 70 (745 William . Thlstlo, Ilroad
•
<1CO W. H. Flltcroft, bal, conSt., Koyport
303 Robeson
Procoas Co.,
'"''
00 00 First National Dank of B r a d '
ley Beach . . . v
15,009 34
tract Marlboro-Vandcn„.,
Mnrlboro & F r e e h o l d . .
035 80 4746 E. K. Conklln, „Matawnn
Long
Branch
Bnnkir.R
Co.
.
.
20,130'88
bors road
160 81 810 Robeeon
....
nnd Koyport Draw . . . .
I'rocofJU Co,,
78 «0
Farmers National Bank o ( A l 8M7 W. i f Tlltcroft, bal. conHowell
385 47-1747 Tho BoroiiHh of Keyport,
lentown
'...?....
290 43
• trace Bweetmans Lana
311 Robcson
Mat. and K e y . Draw . . 7,050 38
F r o c c s i Co.,
Peopled National Bank of K e y road
,..,,,,.,
05 05
Neptuno
414 13(748 R, Z. Bhrontor, Koyportw
.......,,.,
10,825 84
Amboy, 1st Hootlon . . . 0,084 28 , , p o r t
Proceou C o . .
.- "• Flltcroft, Manal'n
407 00 .313 Itobcoon
Keanebure National Uank . . . .
168 37
Howoll
404 07
Wm B, Thlstlo, Rarltan. 8100
4 811 07
58JO. The Monmouth Contract1313 Standard OH Co,, Mtdtllo(31,880 10 The Matawan Bank
lied B a n k T r u a t Company . , . 1,525 10
„ Brldfle*.
inn Co., Amboy-Keytown, Bh'sb'y & Itnrltan 4,091 0(
Hrst N a t . Bank of I^jng Branch 2,0M 43
o f Keynort. conNovomber 8.
n 1 "!!' 2 n d B 0 o t t o n
« 0 00 ,314 Borough
Flrut N a t . Bank of Fnrmlngdalo
44 60
, SD71
tract Broad Bt. , , . » . . ,
4,21710 051 Androw Johnson, U. Fr'h'd
KG 89 ABbury Park Trust Company,
It. Z, BlirolHer, Amboy1310 Norman H. Tlco, Koyport1052 Isaac Knmrnno, Howell.,
- 20 40 Court H o u s e Account
Kpyport 1st Bootlon . . . 4,97110
12,601 80
1872
Amboy 1 s t Section , . . , 627-22 4063 Wm. H. Hondrlckaon, U p .
Burko & Bonliam, KlvcrFlMt Nut. B a n k of Engllnhtown 8,030 86
,317 Wm. 19. Tlilutlo, Broad
pof Froohold
.......,.,
18 00 Freehold Trust Co., Bond aco't.
Dido Drlvo road
OOS 00
807 62
SJ78
Bt.. Keyport
7G 00 iO54 Tantum Bros., U . Fr'h'd
148 hi National FreohoW Banking Co. 503 92
I. W, Wortman, Norwood
318 Frank C. Byram, Norwood
iO60
W.
A.
Hulno,
U.
Fr'h'd.
Avo. road
,
1,926 40
21
as
8374
Avo,,
natclilnir
,
3,402
50
4050 Lahowodd & Const Eleo.
Hnfeman Co,, Frocliold_.
•..
,
•
1201.203 »9
,11. Flltcroft. Eiiff.,
Co., Wall
. . . . 'Aiolphto road
37 50
1,806 00 1310 W.Qordon'a
Wo. tho undersigned, a Committee of
3875
Corner . . . . . .
482 00
Van Noto Coal Co., Ocean
23 00
Borough
of Keyport,
t"> Board of Cboncn Freeholders duly
I. W. Wortman, Norwood
i C." A. Woolaoy Paint and
P
'
o
a
d
St,,
Koyport
,
.
.
1.JD3
10
3585
appointed for tho purnooe, hereby corAvo, contract
3 Cliff 05
Color Co., Ocean
Alexander, How'l
4 50
71 50 tffy that wo have examined the foregoing
J6S0 Edward
050 Clovolaml Patterson, H'll
C, A, Burko, Freehold . .
37 50 921 It. Z. Bclircffor, Koyport221 50 aocounta of Charles P, McDonald,'Counlv
8JJ7' J.
Amboy, lot Section , , . . ' 5,019 80 080 F E. Heyer. Atlantic !;
B, Allen, Mlllatono . . . 157 00
30
09
Col color, for th« olx'montho from the
Contracting
1001 W. W, Morris, Mlddiofn . 20 05 first
Jos. W, Thompson, Mld't'n
73 50 13211 Monmouth
day of July, 181«,to thefirstday
8899' Holmes Htllwell, Uatawan
Co.,
Kcyport-Ainlioy,
80 10
1002 aeo. W. Ulekona. Mld't'n
10 OJ of January. ldlJj also all baea boolta rei fiSSO J.
.,
570 00 4CB3 HlaiidarJ Oil Co.! flhWy
x ! j i a Section
IL WebstcV, Affont,
. 4 25 latlntf to his edld office, and.find tho same
40 00 4004 Jos, T . Burrowea Co.,
HotoUcl
L.I....
S50O ,324 Jas. B, Allen, Mlllstono.,
S i l l Maiionoy & Harvey, Oc'n
& Shrewsbury .'.
" t t ( S Lacour Cromner & Co.,
Ocean & Shrewsbury..
. Mta Albert Fattorcon, salary
bridge lender . . . . . . . . . .
Siii
Consolidated Quo Co. Oc'n
8148"Consolidated d»»Co., Oc'n
Stit
Van Note Ociai Co., Ocoan
-j 3447 Owen J. »l5co.Ocean . . . .
., £143 Owen J. Heine.Ocean . . . .
3148 A, J. Herbert, Ocean , ;
tiM
N. V. & U B . K. B. Co..
Ocean . . . . . . . . ; . . . . , , . , .
«J5t Owen J.Melen, Ocean i . . .
8458 \Owon J. Melee, Ocean . . . .
SaM Owen 3. Melee. Ocean . . . .
. C154 Wyclcoff, Lumber Co., H'w"
3455 Chaa. Htearle, «J. Freeh'd
M6$ Androw Johnoon, U p ••' *
nor Freehold . . , . . , . . . .
BUI W, A. Hulto, U. Frtca'd
•8458 Thos. Koed, B . Freehold
SitS T. M. Dangler; Freehold
W O John r . Simpson. Wall,.
«W1 Wm. B, Boy" Ocean &
' " • Shrewsbury . . .
3 t l l Yfrbotcr •VVIIllamn, rr'h'd
41 21
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Personal Notes, Sales of Property, Building Operations—Lodge Doings—Slight Fires—Births, Marriages,
Deaths,
Accidents—Other Interesting
Features of Town and County.
Miss Mamie -Slnbhi of Bradley [ Elizabeth Norris, daughter of ReuBeach was operated qn for the re- ben H. Norris of Asbury Par!;, was
moval of adenoids lust week. She badly cut on the wrist last week when
will undergo another operation in a her hands went through a window as
she rapped on it to. attract the attenfew days.
'Mrs. M. D. Hofer and daughter tion of a playmate. Some of the
have moved from Manasquan to Rail- small arteries in he.r wrist were
way and will live lit the latter place severed and she lost considerable
blood.
»
n portion of each year
John B. Applepatc of Fnifningdale
Candidate
for
Assembly.
•was recently taken to 11 New York
hospital for an opeiution.
T. Lloyd Lewis of Ocean Grove
Rean VnnNote of Belmar has re-j has decided to become a candidate
turned home aftci ,1 two months' for jthe assembly on the Republican
ticket next fall. He was a candidate
stay in Florida. " "
Mis. Raymond Legg of Brielle last year on a local option platform
gave biith to a son on Thui=day, Feb- and was defeated by a small majority, He will favor local option again
ruary 22d.
\
A. J. Clayton of Imlnystown fell this year.
\a
and badly1 mjuied his hip Monday of Stationer Buys Store.
_]
last week.
Harry A. Borde'n, an Asbury Park
^ ^
Mrs. William H. Loson of Ocean
has bought the William H.
"~" Grove gave biilh to a daughter last stationer,
Sanborn
building at that place and
1
week.
will move his business there. The
Otto Tyler of Elbejon left for Mi- buildinpr now occupied b y Mr. Borami, Florida, on Monday.
den will be torn down to make way
for the new Merchants' bank buildGets Fine Back.
Joseph Bender of Long Branch, ing.
who was fined $r>0 lecently for driv- Summer Resident's Death.
. ing his automobile with a last year's
Clarence Porter, only son of Genlicense tag, has had his (ire remitted. eral Horace , Porter and a summer
Bender proved that lie had applied resident of Elberon, died last Thurs-.
for a new tag and paid for it, but had day at New York of pneumonia. Mr.
beon unable to secuie it at the time Porter was 4B years old. He had not
been in good health for several years.
he was arrested.
A widow survives him.
,To Fight Water Company.
The Bradley Beach commissioners Ocean Grove Boy Promoted.
•will continue their fight for better
George Dale, son of Mrs. Clara
service against the Monmouth county Dale of Ocean - Grove, who is em :
•water company. A complaint^ was ployed as a stenographer in the govrecently made to the commissioners ernment service, has been transferred
that the company had lcfused to give to San Francisco from Columbus,
Bervicc to a house because of a dis- New Mexico. Mr. Dale's new job is
a promotion.
puted claim.'
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No Health Inspector.
Deeper Channel Planned.
The state health department has
A deeper channel in the Shrewstaken up for investigation a com- bury river between Long Branch and
plaint thnt Ocean Giove is without Seabright. is planned and work will
the services of a health inspector in probably be started as soon as enthe absence of Dr. H. B. Alday. The gineers have made soundings. The
campmeeting association will not al- river is becoming too shallow for the
low the inspector of Neptune town- steamboats.
,
ship to act.
Long Branch Woman Dead.
Allowance for Motor Apparatus.
Mrs. Josephine Anderson of Long
'.
<The Long Branch commissioners BranclKdjed Tuesday of last week at
have voted an allowance of ? 125 a the np;e of 71 years. Mrs.. Anderson
month to fire companies having had been in poor health about ten
motor apparatus costing between years, being unable to leave the
$3,500 and $5,500. For apparatus house. She is survived by three
,
costing from $5,500 to $7,500 the daughters.
allowance will be $137.50.
Lodge to Sell Property.
Death of Former Resident.
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The Asbury Park lodge of Red
Mrs. Mary J. Cullen, widow of Men is considering the sale of a
Eev. Thomas H. Cullen, formerly of building which was bought some
Freehold, died at Philadelphia on years ago with* a view to transformWednesday, February 14th. Mrs. ing it into a clubhouse. Tho idea of
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Cullen was 82 years old. Her hus- having a clubhouse has been abanband was rector of St. Peter's church doned.
• at Freehold many years.
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Asbury Park Man Weds.
• Guild Elects Officers.
Harry Hayes of Asbury Park
Mrs. Horace D'Avctis lias been andJ. Miss
Theresa Volkert of New
elected president of the Aslmry Park Brunswick were married last Wednesbranch of the Needlework Guild of day at the lntter place. The couple
!A merica. Miss Winifred Hctrick was nre now on a wedding trip in New
dufoen vice president, Miss Eleanor York state. They will live at Asbury
S. Dovlan secretary and Sirs. D. \f. Park.
,
Bland treasurer.
Will Farm for Himself.
Job with Real E»Ute Firm.
A. V. Pnull; who wns formerly con- ' Oscar Ketchani, who has been emnected with tho Interlnken realty ployed on Edward W, Winsor's farm
company at Asbury Park under the at Fm-mingdnle for several years,
management of J. C. Conover, is now has leased tho Jacob Pittenger farm
associated with Mr. Conovor in the near Freehold and will farm it,for
He will specialize in pota• ical estate business at Allonhurst., himself..
toes.
Attended Inauguration.
A. O. Johnson of Monmouth Looking After Sanitarium.
Bench, Martim McCue, George TinDr. Charles MacDonald of Central
dnll and Edward Sangcr of Long Valley, New York, has engaged Dr.
Branch formed n party that attended Ely Parker of Freehold to look after
tho inauguration of President Wil- his privnte sanitarium while he is nt
son at Washington *on Monday.
Palm Beach, Florida. The sanitarium is located on-Orange mounOperator Promoted.
tain,'
AlbiM-t F. Fisher of Senbriirlit, who
linfl been telegraph operator for the Sunday-School Officers.
C. AV. Smith has been elected suCentral railroad at East Long
Brunch for ten years, lies been pro- perintendent of the Bradley Beach
W, J'.
moicd to night dispatcher in the main Methodist Siiiidsty-school.
llnrily is assistant superintendent,
ofllco'.of tho Southern division.
Miss Addie I lowland secretary ilnd
Attended Lumbermen's Banquet.
George Montgomery treasurer.
Augustus Chandlpr and At W.
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Bnile of Long Branch attended the Joint) Regular Army. .
lew Jersey lumbermen's nssociation
Lieutennnt Horace M. VanSlyke
innquet at Newmlc last Wednesday of Trenton, who huj been in.comiliglit. Mr. Chandler in n member of mand of thd Freehold'military comu firm of Chandler & Maps.
pniiy, has been commissioned as a
second lieutenant in tjie rcftuliir army
illhurat Family Moves.
nnd haa been sent to Texns.
Mr> and MM. Jnmca Orr'of Milli
,tirst moved last weolc from the fnrm New Houses at Bolnmr.
-'liich they recently Bold to n house • Gordon & Newman arc building a
•at Ii'i'tiohofd, which they bought from bungalow nt Bclmnr for Herman
John II. Dnvlsoii. Mr, Davlr-on hns Krnlh of New Yoik, who will iso it
inovod to Now York.
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is "building a house nt West Bolmnr
for John Drake of Newark.
Cooke—Woolson.
Miss Violn Cooke, (laughter of
Daniel Cooke' of Sprine; Lake, and
Richard H. Woolson of Dennesville,
were mnrried on Saturday, Februnry
Oil tt- wlntcrsrccn, Ihjmofr Btyosrliio
10th. The couple will live w;itli the and other .healing IngraJIcnta comiioundcd
In proper, proportion Into Ibo. D. D, I).
bride's parents until June.
War' on Dogs.
Tho Mutnwn'n borough council has
started a war on unlicensed dogs and
two men have been authorized- to
impound nil such dogs caught and to
kill them after keeping them a roasonnblo length of time.
Dottlin in Tennessee.
Miko Donlin, who mnnnged * tho
Long Branch busebnll club Inst summer, will manngo the Memphis club
in i'ennessoe this year. Ho ia nlrenily Belting his players In Blinpo.
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invorlto of nklii BiilTcrcrs In relieving skin
disease. It Ia a mllil wnoli that pcnclratrn
tho pores nnd given Instant relict (ram oil
turning nnil Itelilnif. It kills and Vfnslica
«lr thq gnawlnir dlscnso scrma nnd Its
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tiiaucs.
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Como t» us nnil wo will tell you moro about
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o MMe tb° Sfanflsrd
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the tire that has stood the test of time, is still first in
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Distributor of
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THE RED BANK REGISTER.
elected president of tho Ocean Grove
branch of tho Woman's suffrage nscsclsttsa. His. Hussstt Etlolfflantt 13
Bocretnry
and treasurer.
(Continued from, lost page)
Harry 'Ackerson of Mannsqupn Renew PoIJo^sOondo.
wont to Philadelphia laBfwock and
H. Edgor'Vason and Dr. Harry E.
bought instruments for tho nowly or- Shaw of Long Branch havo ronewed
ganized Ufa and drum corps. Wil- their bonds as special policemen. AB
liam C, VnnArsdnlo is prealdont of yet neither man has exorcised his
the organization.
authority as an officer.
Allonlown Garage Sold,
Winner* of Oratorical Contest,
H. C. Jones has sold his garage
Morjorio DoBow was awarded a
buainess at Allentown to Patrick gold medal and Olive Hicoa silver
Houlnhln of Crosswlcko, Mr, Jones medal, in an oratorical contest conhas bought -a lot at Allentown and ducted last week at the Home for the.
will build a bungalow
on j t for hisAgod at Ocean Grove.
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own occupancy,
New Lodge Memberi.
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. Local Option League Formed.
Ot H. Brown, Frederick Stanford,
A branch of tho Monmouth county Bnrtis Mo.ttb.ewB, Bradley Woolloy
local option leairao' has been formed and William G. Matthews arc new
at Matawan with 8. C. Thompson as members of the Fanningdale lodge of
president F. Howard Lloyd fa first American Mechanics.
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vice president and-George W. DavlAttonded
Dinner
for
Bankers.
aon secretary, , . .
William A. Berry and T. H. BerTwo New Constable*.
inger of Asbury Park attended the
Elbert Wills and G. Fred Beeglo banquet of tho Association of trust
Imvo boon appointed constables of companies-of the United States at
Neptune township. • They were ap- New- York last week. .
pointed to fill vacancies caused by the Now Store at Tennent.
failure of the
men. elected to office
Edward H. Morf haB opened a
<»• file bonds.:
store at Tennent and will sell feed
,. Boys Admit Theft.
and other farmers' supplies. Mr.
Stephen McTaguo nnd Harry Morf was formerly associated with
Strickland, Asbury Park boys, have the late W. F. Burtt.
confessed to breaking into'the Miller
Dead.
& Booze drug store- last week and William Roger*
William s Rogers of Engllshtown
robbing a poor boxTind looting the
died Friday week at^the age of 76
cigar case.
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years. Mr. Rogers had live! at EngDecrease in Jax Rate.
lishtown 45 years. He leaves a
A-reduction of ?1.J4 in the Asbury widow and two sons.
Park tax rate for 1017 is indicated Formers Move. '
in an estimate of the budget made
Edward Cook hob moved to the
by tho commissioners last week. The
budget will come up for final action •Watson Conover farm near Freehold
and James Southard has moved to the
this week,
J. L. Donahay farm at A'dclphia vaGift for Pastor's Wife.
cated by Mr. Cook.
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.' Mrs. Harry T. Fisler, wife of tho School Teacher Injured.
pastor of the Oakhurst Methodist
Miss Frances Wainright of Farm,
church, received a cut glasB vase
filled with Easter lilies as a gift from ingdale, who teaches in the Whitesthe members of the ladies' aid society villo school, injured her ankle badly
eeveral daps ago, and
was unable to
last week.
teach last week. v
Died of Old Age.
Mrs. Cornelia D. Marks of Villa Bolmar Msn't New Job.
Raymond Moore, who has been enPark died Tuesday of last week of
old age. Mrs. Marks was eighty gineer for the Coast gas company at
yeaid old nnd was born at Perrine- Belmar for a long time, has taken a
vi'lo. She was tho widow of James similar job in the North End hotel
at Ocean Grove.
M. Marks.
Medali Awarded.
Celebrated 86th Birthday.
Reba Herbert received a gold
Mrs. Leah A. Smith of Freehold
celebrated her 80th birthday Friday medal and Charlotte Converse a silweek by o dinner, party which wasver medal in a temperance oratorial
given at tho home of her son Daniel. contest.hekLnt West Ocean Grove
Mrs, Smith is very active for one of last Wednesday.
her nge.
Belmar Man Sick.
Freehold In Racing Circuit. •
A. D. Burgeser of Belmar was
The Freehold driving association stricken with a serious illness a few
has become associated with a racing days ago, For a time it was hot becircuit and a three-day raco meet lieved he would recover, but he is
will be hold nt Freehold during July. now improving.
Purses amounting to $9,000 will be Boy Hurl by Trolley Car.
qffered.
Gerard Turner, son of George
Drug Store Robbed.
Turner of Asbury Park, was struck
The Miller & Booze .drug store nt by a trolley-car Saturday week, The
Asbury Park wns entered by boys boy landed in a bed of mud and was
early Wednesday morning and n fewnot badly hurt.
pennies in a-box used in-collecting Seagirt Woman Dead.
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contributions for tho blind were
Mrs. J. M. Norris, widow of Wilstolen.
liam Norris of Seagirt, died Monday
Partnership Dissolved.
of last week of diabetes. Mrs. Norris
was 63 years old and is survived
Charles'X Merritt and John Noon,
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•who have been conducting the Atlan- by six" children. ; '
tic Const garage at" Loch -Arbour, Pays Election Bet. ' '
havo dissolved partnership. The . Clifford, Scisco of Asbury Park
business will be continued by Mr.paid an election bet last week by
Noon.
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wheeling Russell.Hancock from Main
street .to the'beach and back in a
A Linen Shower.' •
> x- Mr. and Mrs.-Isaac Marrifler of h e l b ^ ;
Farmingdale had a' lin'on shower a Given Linen Shower. . \ ' \ •"'' ••
few nights ago. ' It was largely atMrs. • Percy Claytonof- Asbury
tended by friends and .relatives and
the couple received many,;iico pres- P&fk' was given 'a Unen'sh6w6r last
Thursday'night atHae home of her
ents.
mother. Mrs, Clayton received many
Died at Newark.
useful gifts;
Mrs. Annie T. Clark, formerly of Good Fishing in Florida.
Freehold,. died at the home of her
daughter at Newark Saturday week. Dr. William E, Truex of Freehold
She wns 73 years old nnd was born is having great sport fishing at-Mint Freehold. Two children survive ami", • Florida. He landed a fortypound nmberjnck bn one of his reher.
cent trips. ...
Cood Laying Hens.
Child Undergoes Operation,
Mrs. James West of Allentown
Cooper, daughter of-Howgathered BP.O eggs from a flock of ardHelen
Cooper of Freehold, underwent
1215 hens the nrBt three weeks in an operation
for the removal of adeFebruary. Mrs. West also has a. large
at the Long Branch hospital
number of newly hatched chickens. noids
last week,
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Air Ship Company Incorporated.
Took
Bar
Examination.
The Hurst'.air craft company of
Arthur Birdsall of Manosquan took
Bradley Beach has been incorporated
with a capital stock of $125,000. The the examination for admission to the
company plans to buy land on Shark Mew Jersey bar at Trenton last week.
He is a clerk in the Parker & Pearce
pver on which to build a factory.
law office.
Death of Aged Woman.
Mrs. Deborah Bnzby of Asbury Coast Patrol Doubled.
Park died Monday of last week of The patrols from the life saving
general debility. Mrs. Buzby was 82 stations along the Atlantic coast have
years old and vraa a native of Allen- >>een doubled by orders from Washtown, She leaves one daughter.
ington since tho break with Germany
occurred.
Matawan Putor to Leave. •
Rev, Leon Chamberlain is not ex-Farmer Move! to Town.
pected to return to Matawan as pas- J. Coleman Totten and family have
tor of the Methodist church another moved from their farm near Robinsyear, His health is such as to make vlllo to the John D. Rue house at
a change of pastorate necessary.
Allentown, which Mr. Totten bought
Fire in Shoemaker's Shop.
recently*
.
A fire occurred in A.'H. Nick's Named for Washington.
shoemaker shop at Freehold Tuesday
Mrs. Howard Davison of Englishof last week, The fire was discov- town
Rave birth to a son on. Thursered Boon after it started and wasday. February
22d. The child has
put out with but slight damage.
been named George Washington
To Open Branch Store.
Davison.
L'.- Lehman & Co. of Asbury Park Addition to Factory.
are planning to open a branch of
Plans are' being prepared for an
their grocorv business on Main street.
They will probably open other branch addition to the Sterner & Son factory- nt Freehold. The addition will
stores in Asbury Pork later on.
5e built to the rear of the present
Death- from Consumption, •
building.
Mrs. James Higglns of Freehold Horse Dies of Paralysis. died Friday wpek nfter a long sickness from.consumption. She was 26 . A horse belonging to Albert N.
.. years old and is survived by n hus-VnnHise of Imlaystown was stricken
with paralysis while hitched to a
band, a Bister and a brothor. _ Wagon recently and died in a few
Freehold House Robbed.
days.
Henry Jones's houao at Freehold
(Continued on next page.)
•was broken into, one night recently
during the absence of the family and
several articles of clothing belonging
to Mm. Jones were stolen.
Ocean Grove Firm Move*.
Perry & Hulse, roal estato agents
at Ocean Grove, havo moved into now
offices. Their now location is across
the street from where they have beon
conducting their business.
Mail Carrier Quits.
William B. Miller, a pnreel post
mail carrier at the Freehold pontofflco, has given up his job and has
moved to a farm at Jorsoyvillo which
After 10 yeorc
he will oporoto this year.
. Belmar Property Sold,
both loolt younger
' Tho Edwin Voorhcea property nt
—yst nsith.r oiwcan <«ll
IIMI lot other BW profound
Bclmnr lins been sold to John Buliler.
la* yt*n of kn youth by
Mr, Buhior will occupy tho liouso and
a barn on tho property he will have
rebuilt into a bungalow. •
Hoy's Hair Kcalih
Returned to Tennessee.
«kca hrisgt tuck t U aetur.l
color lo iiay or lided hair
Mrs. Gcorgo Wilson nnd dniightcr
i DoMltaraduatly-alrnoitlmhavo returned to Tonncssoa after
perceptibly
Ketp. u IUH
Irooi. ht.lihy «n J toll Nol
spending eovoral weeks at Belmar,
• ay
H.rmte.. lo an
where Mrs. Wilson wash pntiont in
U r « . 10c ami $1 00 bold..
Dr. Hnsslcr'B sanitarium.
• I your de.lii • or by m«il
Philo-Hay. Ntwttk. N \
SufrWltti Elect.
i br/JfLucia T. Grovo hna boon
'H. FOSTER.
f. a AiUms, litmuwn. IT, X
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NOTARY PUBLI0
and COUMISSIONER OP DEED3.
TeOw"< Nowe Btara.
17 Broad Bbnt,
Red Bank, IT. J.
RJOLMES M. SHUTTS,
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AUCnONEER.
Special attention given to saloa of taxra
stock farm lmplomontn ana other
personal property.
Fostomco.address:
69 Second street, Keyport, IT. J. j
RALPH 0 . WILtGUSS
'C0UN8HA0II AT LAW •
(How J<TSOT»ml N«w York Ban)
OHICBI : ! Broad Btlmt, Red Bank. rf. 1,
120 Broadway. Naw York City.
CHARLES PARKER,
P1AKO INSTRUCTION
Orrantat of 8L Mark's) Churth.Bro«lcljn.
Visits Red Bank Uoodaja sod Thundan.
piano LeeamsStnttiarttletliod)
•Iso The Studr of Harmon*
Addrets 408a Jefferson Avenue, Brooklyn..
J. STOKES,
DR. BAKOLD
DENTAL SURGEON
Succcraor to Dr. Frank Lee.
U Broad 8tK0t, Elmer Building.
Rooms 4. G and 6.
Offlco Boura 8S» to CIO o'clock.
ROBERT A. MACKELLAR,
ARCHITECT.
Competent in all Branches of ArchiUetura.
OIBct: Davidson Buildlnj. Red Bank, N. 1.
Telephone MS
R. HAKOLD A. TILTON,
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' SURGEON DENTIST.
Graduate Unlveralty of Pennsylvania. Bocceaan
to Dr. J. D. Thiockinorton.
No. 8 Broad Street.
063M hoars; 8 A.M. to 6.30 P. M. Everr D w
except Saturdays.
TAYLOR, C. E.
GE0.CIVILMCC.
CONSULTING ENGINEER,
ENGINEER and SURVEYOR,
8 Eisner BnlMinr. Broad St.. Rod Bank. N. ) .
r | R . ROBERT DICKSON,
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VETERINARIAN.
Fair Haven. N. J.
Phono 421 W. lied B u t
ICES 01
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REILLY & QUINN,Red Bank*
Davidson Building,
Joseph Rellly.-
Many models will be shown and your inspection of these cars is
respectfully solicited.
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John J . Quinn.
M.CONK
AUCTIONEER.
Prompt attention to all sales ot farm Itoefc
merchandise and personal property.
F. 0 . Address. 102 liordcn Street. Bed Bank.
DR. B. F. KING,
The Wonder of
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VETERINARY BUBGBOU AND ..
DENTIST.
BHREWSBUny. NEW JERSEY;
Overatomy performed on bltcbea with pernst
safety.
Also doss treated with Serum for Dia
Manse.
TeleDhone 2118. Eatontown. N. J,
One-Ton
Capacity
This wonderful truck will be out. for demonstration about
the 25th of this month. Telephone me or write for
demonstration.. Get in line early for this wonderful
truck.
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VETERINABY BCBGE0N,
Office. Public Service Budduii. Telephons UX
Rt»ldence,Bl Shrewsbury ATenna, Telethon.IWi
RED BAHK. N. J.
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URNBST A. AREND,
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ARCHITECT.
106 W.WtlStreet, Now York City.
KlnmonthBuildbif, Ashory Park. N. J .
Residence, Broad Street. Bod Bank. S. J.
Specialiitin country work.
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Telephone Connections.
f* o. b. Detroit
JOHN S. APPLEGATE & SON,
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COUNSELLORS Al LAW.
Daviawn BuUdinir. ..
RSD BAMK. N.
Five different style bodies, ranging from $60 to $100
BnadBtmst
EDMUND WILSON,
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COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
RED BAMS. 0. H
Offices: 10 EAST FRONT BIBEET.
MARY WOOSTER SUTTON, LL.M.
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COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
Maiter In Chancer?
tax
Broad Strert
Bed Bank. N. J.
Satlon BulH
47 South Broadway
Telephone 204
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A LSXON BEEKMAN,
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COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
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Long Branch, N. J. • ^Offlcea
JElsner bulldlnjr, BED BANK, N. J,
• DK? ifERBERT E. WILLIAM^
SURGEON DENTIST.
Graduate University of Ponnsjlvanla
Office. Days In Bed Bank: Monday*. W t i u f & n
andSataidayi.
180 Broad Street Bed Bank. H. T.
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B. W. M. THOMPSON,
DENTAL SURGEON.
Bed Bank, B . I
2d Nat'l Bank BuUdliut.
Hourm W .
DK. WILLIAM HOSE,
DENTIST.!
Boeeeaaor to Dr. R. P . Bortra.
Gas administered.
60 BROAD STREET.
BED BAMK. B . !•
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a. COOPER,
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CrVO. ENGINEER
Successor to Geo. Coover. 0. D _
Poalofflco Eulldlm.
BED BANE. D. 1,
EORGE K. ALLEN, JR.,
GEoorn
CIVIL ENGINEKn AND SUE.VETO3.
I P»tt««on BnOdlai. Bnad Street
Bso BANK. K. J.
R. WM. J. WOLFERT,
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OSTEOPATH.
Telepnera 1SU
Red Bank. N. J.
Graduate ot KUtavlllo.
04 Broad Strost.
Dr. H. B. VanDorn
DWTIST
Second National Bank Building
Roonin 8 and 9
Ilonmontt County Bnrrotfoto'a OOca.
I n the Matter of the Estata ot Jano A.
deCoppet, Deceased.
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Notice to Creditors to Present Claim*
Against Estato.
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Pursuant to tho order of Josowi !<•
Donahny, snrrosate of th» county of
Monmouth, made on tlia twenty-aeconi
day of Jonuary, 1917. on the application
of Louis Caalmlr deCoppet and Emeat
H. deCoppet, executors of. tha estate) of
Jane A. deCoppet, deceased, nottco 1»
hereby given to the creditors of said Osceased to exhibit to the subscribers, executors as aforesaid, their debts anil aemanda acaln3t tho said estate, under
oath, within nine months from tho date
of tho aforesaid order, o r they i»U> be
forever barred of their actions therefor
gainst the Bald subscribers.
Dates Freehold, N. X, January tti,
19t7
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LOUIS CASI1HR doCOPPET,
ER>?EST H. deCOPPET.
NEW JERSEY CENTRAL
All Prices F. O. B; Detroit.
TRAINS LEAVE RED BflKEt
For Hew York. NaiMik and Elfeabrth Kt 8*5,
«:«. 1SS, 1M. 'W7. 833, SM. m W i HKM,
llffio. in.: 12:15.fcffl, ^^.I^SO. T:O, tSUif. m.
Ban&an tM. MM a. m.; 120, 4 : l i 4:45, tit,
3Tiwo
For Freehold via MaUwan at 1:50, 9:(7, IMS a. nx:
4:30 p. m. Sundays M7 »• m.; 4:<& MO p. m.
ForUkmood. LaJuhurst, etc.. at k i t 10:08 a.m.!
aUM, !:!,<!, 4:ST. M8. 6:12. *7:42 p. m. Socdays
1WO, U Hi a. m.; 33& 10:22 p. m.
For Atlantic City at 6:43, 1M0 a-m.: l
p.m. SumlaylllS0a.m.,8:SaD.m,
m—MonJny onljr.
•—New York only.
s-Saturdayonly.
NEW YORK AND LONG BRANCH
RAILROAD.
Time Tatilo In effect October lit. IMS.
TRAINS LEAVE BJ5D BANH
For Newark and N.w York : » B H 8 4 1 . 1 0 a T S I
tNew York only) J4O. T66\, 827 (N«w YaV
only) 8 » (New York only) 9 41 817. 933
(Now York and Mondajs Only) DO. 1«(S)
(New York only) 1123 a. m.: 1215, MO, J43.
410 (New York only) 4 80, 4 60. « M. 1O. » U
(Saturdays only) p. m. Sundays 8 £3,. »B7,
n ua. MUMiUtti B«. a a lift Tim
8 00.8 85.000.057 p.m.
For tfatavtan, Perth Amboy and Gllnbath i B CL
841, 1(0. 723 IMalawanonly) 7 88,017. »4%
HS5a.ro.:121B,l«,»<9,4 6J.4£l)(I!lkaWh
only) B DO. 7 48. 025 (Saturdays onlyl p. m. .
Bundayst 863. »17. 11 44 (Bll>al»tb wty)
a. m.fl M, < 18 (Elisabethonly) 445 (liata«an
and Klliabeth only) 147 (Ellnbtth only) «oh,
710 (Ualawan ind Elhabtth only) ? El (EHail.
bath, oniyla 09 (Elbabeth only) H n (i!llutnt<i
only) 800,007 p.m.
For Long Branch. Aibur* Park, Ocean Orore,
Point Ploaj.nt.p4 Intonmsdlata ilatlansticl
iUond»y«o«ccn<i!i|),1100.0CJ.»<aiDl7amJ
iUd<!i|)11000CJ»<aiDl7amJ ,
1223, U6S, K3(flalurd<s>»ortr), Hf. B CO
(Saturdays ortlr), 441, 1 B 7 Unlun)aytt **•
coptod) SCO, a'^OlIA, T07. 1083p. to. Sim*
days: 1M, 800, DS&10 87.10 H «. m l H B , i 6D,
J 40, It t i l 0 l 8 p . n l .
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Pans Ten.
DISTRIBUTORS
Telephone Connection ,
wan gave abridge party last Wednesof Mrs. Leon
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Hurt at Skating Rink.
Anociation to Hold Circut.
(continued from last page.)
The seven-weeks-old child of
Charles Rose of Freehold broke
The Asbury Park Christian associaCharles Cook of Adelphia, died Mon- tion will hold its annual circus tomor- some of the bones in his wrist in a
day, February 19th, of acute indi- row and Saturday. Mayor William fall at the skating rink at that place
gestion. The child's death was notMacDonald of Bradley Beach will act a few days ago.
discovered till the mother went to its as ring master.
Freehold Man Injured. -->
room in the morning.
Church Organist Engaged.
Frank Ely of Freehold caught his
Spring Lake Woman Dead.
The Lutheran church of Asbury hand in a heavy ice box door one day
Mrs. Augustus Gunther of Spring Park has engaged H. Bracken Dye, last week and two of his fingers were
Lake died Monday of last week after formerly of New York, as organist badly smashed.
a long sickness at the age of 82-years. A new pipe organ is to be installed Freehold Man to Build.
She is survived by a husband and five in the church.
W. Augustus Thompson of FreeEons.
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Engagement Announced.
Big Dividend from Stock.
from
Mrs. J. S. Parker and will build
The engagement of Miss Viola
Miss Florence A. Smith of Asbury White'of Ocean Grove and J. Harry a house on it.
Park has received a big dividend from Neidhardt of Trenton has been an- Death of Spring Lake Man.
some mining stock which was given nounced. No date has been set for
Peter Johnson of Spring Lake died
to her by her employer some time the wedding.
Monday of last week, aged 82 years.
ago.
He leaves a widow, two daughters
Died on Visit. ,
Lodge to Give Minstreli.
and two sons.
Miss Mary Sheekey of Newark
• The Long Branch lodge of Moose
is rehearsing for a minstrel show to died last Thursday while visiting her New Soda Fountain Installed.
Augustus Dangler, who conducts a
be given in a few weeks. About 75 niece, Miss Margaret Byrne of Deal.
drug store at Long Branch, has in-people will be in the opening num- Miss Sheekey was 85 years old.
stalled a new soda fountain at a cost
ber.
Postmaster Keappointed.
of ?2,000.
Banker Rent* a Home.
Postmaster' William C. Snyder of
Edward P. Lyman, the new cashier Avon has been renominated by Pres- Recovers from Operation. .
of the Belmar bank, has rented the ident Wilson for another term. The
Miss Myrtle Conklin of Belmar has
Buhler homestead at that place and Avon office is a third-class one.
returned home from a New York hos•will move his family there next week.
pital after undergoing a serious opHome from Southern Trip.
eration.
Doctor RenU a Farm.
Captain Asher Curtis, Benjamin B.
Dr. Walter P. Havens of Farming- Pearce and Robert M. Marks of Man- Freehold Couple Married.
dale has rented the James H. Hamp- asquan returned home last week afMiss Lillian M. Elmer and William
ton farm on the Glendola road and ter a vacation trip to Florida.
H. Yetman, Jr., of Freehold, were
•will supervise the farming operations.
married
Saturday week by Rev. N, J.
Attended Inaugural Parade.
Move from City to Farm. ,
Frank Fees of Asbury Park was Wright,
, George Lamb has moved his fam- one of the fifteen trumpeters chosen Building New Stable,
ily from Brooklyn to his farm near to take part in the inaugural parade
Andrew Johnson is building a new
Jlanasquan and has again engaged in at Washington on Monday.
stable on the McCloe property at Imthe plumbing business in Manasquan.
laystown,
where he will move next
Freehold Man Moves.
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Robert Rhule has moved from month.
• Exempt firemen's certificates have Freehold to Manasquan. Mrs. T. M.Building a Bungalow.
teen granted to G, William Schwartz Chamberlain is now occupying the
Ernest Higgins of Freehold is
• and John E. Quinn, members of house vacated by Mr. Rhule.
building a five-room, two-story bunStokes fire company of Ocean Grove.
galow at that place as an investment.
Farmer Move*.
Graduate! as Nurie.
Frank Okerson (moved from J. L. Banker in the South.
'., Miss Minnie E. Schneider of Long Pittenger's farm near Freehold last
William H. Tuthill, president of
Branch graduated as a trained nurse week to a farm at Davis Station,
the Freehold banking company, is enfrom the Moimt Sinai hospital train- which he bought recently.
joying a vacation trip in the South.
ing school at New York last week.
Manasquan'* Fire Chief.
Developing a Property.
Harness Shop Moved.
Clarence B, Poland hns been reA part of the farm owned by the
T. Edwin Jeffries of Freehold lias elected chief of the Manasjquan fire
• moved his harness shop to the John- department for another year. Lewis Jacob Lutz estate at Farmingdalo is
being
developed into building lots.
Fon building on the opposite side of M. Wolt is assistant chief.
t i j t from hie old location.
Sells New House.
Home from Florida Trip.
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Fred Jamison of Freehold has sold
Kloves Back to Farm.
Mr. and Mis. Frank T. Hendnck- his new house at that place to Joseph
. Herman Waterman, who moved son and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lam:&om his farm at West Farms two bdttson of Adelphia have returned J. McGrath, who will occupy it.
years ago and went to Bloomiield to from a trip to Florida.
Building a Garage.
live, has moved back to his farm.
Edward H. Cook of Adelphia is
Freehold Land Sold.
having n new garage built. 0. F/
Home from Scotland.
A tract of land at Freehold owned Vanderbilt is doing the work.
Mra. Uriah If. Painter of Long by W. E. Curlcy has been sold to
••Branch has returned from a tripiio- Joseph Bmkcley, whoso canning fac- Return from Southern Trip.
Siiotland and will soon open her sum- tory adjoins the land.
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Malsbury of
mer cottage at Takanasseo lake.
Imlaystown returned las week from
New Freehold Resident.
a
pleasure
trip to Florida.
Get. Job in Bank.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
, Normnn Forman of Englishtown Mrs. William H. Beech of Freehold
has taken a jobrwith the Perth Am- on Tuesday of last week.
boy tniBt company. Ho formerly
Trip Through South.
worked in the Englishtown bank.
Made Woll by Delicious .Vinol
Fred E. Nenves of Long Branch is
Attended Club Meeting.
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Crestline, Ohio.—"I contracted a
onjoyinga trip through several of
Mrs. Vela Bncon and Miss Clara the Southern states.
hard, chronic- cough, nnd was weak,
"Johnson of Farmlngdole attended the
nervous nnd run down. I have a small
2Sth nnnivereary of the. Keyport Home from the Weil.
family of tlirce, and It was hard for mo
woman's club on Friday Vveelc.
William Levy, mayor of Deal bor- tq do my work, I took different mediough,
has
returned
from
a
month's
cines
without benefit. Finally I heard
Yacht Club Ball,
trip to California.
about Vinol, and it lias restored me to
i'J •T'10 seventeenth annual ball of the
health and strength, my cough is all gone
jJLong Brnnch ice bout and yncht club Viiiting in Massachusetts.
and I feel fine,"—lira. H. II. CAMJSLE.
Jtvill be held, at Prico's hotel atPleasRobert A. Campbell of Asbury Vinol is a constitutional remedy for
i, urfl Bay on Friday, April 13th. '
Park is spending several weeks in chronic cougha and colds, and far all
Massachusetts.
ireale, nervous, rundown conditions.
U Will Work on F.rm.
Try it on our guarantee,
ihiiih Frank Bodiue has quit his Job -with Bridge Party at' Matawan.
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.".fJV' ej»:Acmo liibbey company pt'XlonMrs. Jacob R. Lcffeits of Mnta-i J&moa Cooptr, Jr., xmwgntt B»S Bunk,
ton and will help his father on the
letter's farm near Allentown the day night in honor
BRIEF ITEHfS OF MEWS. coming
Salon of Tenafly.
season,
BROUGHAM.
Show Space
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VOLUME XXXIX. NO. 36.
Passed Away Sunday Afternoon After
a Sickness which Began Last April—He was 57
V^frs Old and Had Been a Lawyer at Red Bank
3 2 Years—The Funeral Meld This horning.
* Joseph Rellly, one of Monmouth
county a beat krtowa lawyers, died
Sunday afternoon of heart disease,
'• complicated with other aliments, He
'was first taken sick last April. He
recovered sufficiently, to resume his
law business but his health remained
< poor.. His condition'did not become
• alarming, however, until about ten
' days ago, when there was a recurrence of the malady which caused
his 'sickness) last spring.
Mr, Rellly was born at Stamford,
Connecticut, 57 years ago and was a
son of the late Catherine and Patrick
Beilly. Patrick Reilly later became
a,Red Bank resident and taught the
pupils of St, James's parochial-school.
He died while on a -visit to Stamford,
-From early boyhood Joseph Reilly's
chief ambition waB to become a law-
JOSHPH H13ILLY.
yor and lie took up the study of law
as soon as he completed his public
school education. He never attended
college, but acquired his legal educa-.
tion by studying at home and at the
offices of lawyers. Before he was 21
years old he passed the bar at Danbury, Conn. A year or so later he
moved with hi* father to Red Bank,
where he studied law at the office of
the late Robert Allen and later at the
office of the late John S. Applcgnte,
Sr.
Thirty-two years ago Mr. Rellly
opened a law office (it Red Bank.
About two years ago his nephew,
John Quinn, became his partner and
the firm was established under the
;iuime of Beilly- & Quinn,- Ever Blnce
he' was a small boy Mr. Qnlnn had
mado his home with his uncle and the
formation of the partnership was the
culmination of an understanding
reached
e by the uncle and nephew
long
ag
ong ago.
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e y unun
Mr* Reilly was
usual
character and
his methods
sual charactr
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' lawyer were almost unique. Few if
, any lawyers in Monmouth county had
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as large a practice as Mr. Reilly', and
a largo part of the work which ho did
was for persons who were too poor
to pay him anything for his services.
Only those who were acquainted Intimately with Mr. Rellly con form
any estimate of the groat amount of
work which he did for nothing. His
sympathy for persons in humble and
unfortunate circumstances seemed to
know no bounds, and no appeal for
help ever was ignored by him. Not
only did he willingly glvshis services
free of charge to many rolks, but in
numerous instances he financed cas*es
for poor clients with his own money.
The multitude of friends that he
made among persons in humble walks
of life was attested by the large
number of calls made at his house by
poor persons who wanted to pay their
last respects to,tho dead lawyer; He
was their friend and as such they
wanted to pay him their final tribute
of friendship and affection.
. Mr. Reilly was a Catholic but his
heart knew no distinction of creed or
of race. His sorvlces were given as
cheerfully and as ungrudgingly to a
Russian Jew or to an ignorant negro
as to the most cultured individual of
his own race or his own religion, He
was a friend to every one in distress
and no one ever appealed to him in
vain.
Mr. Reilly was a man whose manner of living was such that his faults
were magnified beyond their true
proportions and hia virtues concealed.
Above all things else he scorned and
hated hypocrisy. His life was utterly
without pretense. Ho wore his faults
on his sleeve, where all could see
them. His good deeds had to speak
for themselves, for Mr, Reilly never
mentioned them and often went to
unusual lengths to prevent them from
becoming public.
He had infinite patience and sympathy for those who had taken a
wrong Btep in life and many stories
could be told of .persons whom he
saved from ruin and disgrace. As a
lawyer in a criminal case he probably
had no equal among the lawyers in
Monmouth county, either for eloquence or for knowledge of the law.
Mr. Reilly's death was the third to
occur in ths^ family in less than a
year. The first death occurred last
spring and was that of John H, Hathaway, who lived at the Reilly home.
He was a brother of Mrs. Reilly. Mrs.
Mary-M. Hathaway, mother of Mrs.
Reilly, died last summer. Besides his
Wife Mr. Reilly leaves a sister, Mrs.
Annie Quinn of Jacksonville, Florida.
The funeral was held this morning
at St. James's church and the burial
was at Mt. Olivet cemetery. The
bearers were John S. Applegate, Jr.,
Senator Henry E, Ackerson, Thomas
P. Fay, Samuel Sabath, J. B. Rue,
Charles Hawkins, M. E. McNulty and
Li E. Brown.
FOUND DEAD IN BED.
DIED OF HEART DISEASE.
' Benjamin Gulce of Eatontown Passed Thomas A. Thorpe of Middletown
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Away Last Week.
Was 31 Years Old.
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Benjamin Guice—of Eatontown
Thomas A. Thorpe of Middletown
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1'diod suddenly on Mondpy , of last died Monday of heart disease after a
• week. Intho morning he was seized sickness of five weeks. He was 81.
with an attack of acute indigestion years old and was born at Middle[but quickly recovered after he had town. • Mi1; Thorpe : was :th& son of
been treated by a doctor. Early in Catherine and John Thorpe. Besides
the evening he complained of a pain his parents he leaves three brothers
[ and Went to bed. Shortly before and two sisters, they being Edward,
midnight his wife heard him breath- John, William, Helen and Mary
; ingi heavily and spoke to hirn. Mr. Thorpe. The funeral will be held to'. Gulce made no reply and his wife morrow morning at St. Mary's church
and daughter tried to arouse him, at New Monmouth at ten o'clock.
but he was dead. .. "
High mass of requiem will be cele.' Mr. Guice was in Ms 79th year and brated by Rev. John Murray. The
was born nt Manahawkin. He lived burial will be at Mt. Olivet cemefor a number of years at Lakewood,
where he was engaged in business.
' Later he moved: to Red Bank, He
FROM COMPLICATION.
moved from Red Bank to Eatontown
six years ago.. The funeral waa held Charles DeWitt, Formerly of Atlan.
tie Highland., Passes Away.
Friday at Lakewood and the burial
Charles P.. DeWitt of Newark, son
y/as at that place.
of William DeWitt of Brevent Park,
near Atlantic Highlands, died Satur:'. THEATRICAL MAN DEAD.
day at the Newark city hospital.
Charles L. Walters Dies at Sister's Death' was due to a complication of
diseases..
Mr. DeWitt was 31 years
Home at Fair Haven.
Charles L. Walters, a theatrical old and had lived at Newark the past
years. He loaves a wife->and
manager of Chicago, died at the homo seven children,
Helen, Delia and Wil• of his eiator, Mrs, Frank J. Wesson of three
liam
DeWitt
He also leaves two
Fair Haven, Saturday from a com- sisters and a brother,
Mrs. Lena
plication of diseases. He hnd beon Thorne of Newark, Mrs. Delia
Poling
at Fair Haven about five weeks. Mr. of Keyport and Hurry DeWitt
of
Walters was 67 yoars old nnd is sur- Brovent Park. Tho funeral was held
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vivcd by a widow, three slstors and yesterday at Newark.
one brother. Ho was a member of
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members of the Rod Bank lodge of
DIED AT AUNT'S HOME.
Masons hncr charge of the funeral,
which was held yesterday nfternoon. Eva Gordon a Victim of Pneumonia
Burial was mnde in Fair View come# at New York.
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Eva Qordon,'seventeen years old,
daughter of Mrs. John Gordon of AtHORSES THAT MAKE GOOD. lantic Hlghlnnds, died on Monday of
week at tho home of her aunt at
That's the Only Kind Sold by Luther last
Now York. Denth was cnu3ocl by
& Stapleton.
pneumonia.
She was employed in n
Lutlier & Stnpleton Have a large department store
at New "York and
consignment of horses at their Cen- had
been sick only a short time, Tho
tral studies on Maplo avenue, near funeral
was hold Thursday afternoon
West Front street. Theso, liko all. at Atlantic
Highlands'and thd burial
the rrist of the horses sold by Luther was
at
Bay
cemetery. Besides
& Stnploton, are quality horses. hor mother,Viow
tho girl leaves two
Thoro is a big vnrioty to select from brothers nnd threo
sisters,
and u big varioty In price, but the
horai'H arc tho very best that enn bo
Victim of Consumption.
^ o u t f i t nt tho prfco asked, Evory
horatio Montroso of Michigan, who
kind of a horso from handsome roadsters to big, faithful work horses, had been staying with Ills daughter,
aultulilo for work on a farm or for Mrs, Earl Sncdokor of Atlantic High. delivery purposes. 'Lulhor & Staple- lands, died lnst Wednesday night at
ton. Central stables, on Maple avenue, tho Long Branch hospital of conjn.the rear of Centra! hotel.—Adver- sumption. He was fifty years old.
Tho body was prepared for burial at
tisement,.
A. M. Ponton & Son's shop nt Atlari^
tic Highlands. The burial was mado
Live Mi J Let Live.
Dr. El Fnhnc3tock and M. A. Rico's Friday ut Wnrwlck, N. Y.
• milk (lolivorcd anywhere in Red Bunk
• for 11 cents per qunrt. Milk pro-,
Tho ladles' auxiliary will hold a
duccil on thoao fiirmn from tuborcu- card pnrty and danco at tho Elks'
loaiH-tostod JcrBoy cows is absolutely homo, Front street, Thursday ovonpuro and Hnnltnry. Dolivorod daily ing, Mnrch 8th. Prizca for ovory
by C'hurles McClnnkey, Itcd Bnnk table. Tickets 50 cents.—AdvcrtiseDairy. Telcpliono 408-M.—Advor- tnont.
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Women's Spring .Hilts,
for sale)'rent and exchango; Undorintroducing tho lnnt minuto H..,.. wood, Romlngtonr Smith Premier nnd
from Paris". Stolnbnch Co., Asbui! Monarch. Trubln Bros,, Red Bank.
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RED BANK, N , J.,( WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7,1917.
DANIEL T./POLHEMUS DEAD.
NEW MEETING ROOMS.
Well Known Phalanx Farmer Woe
Sick Only « Week.
Daniel T. Polhomus of Phalanx
died Saturday night after a week's
sickness.' Heart disease, complicated with inflammatory rheumatism,
was the cause of death. Mr, Polhomus. was 65 years old and was a
widower. HIB honesty and his neighborly traits of character made many
friends for him. He leaves two
brothers and two sisters, John H.
Polhemus of Red Bank, M. VanDyke
Polhemus of Freehold. Mrs, S, P.
Ladd of Matawan and Mrs. R. A.
Lloyd of Brooklyn. The funeral was
held yesterday at the house and was
very largely attended, Rev. Wilmer
MacNair, pastor of the Holmdel Reformed church, preached the sermon,
Mr. Polhemus was a member of the
church and was on the board of consistory of the church.' The burial
was at Holmdel,
Temporary Quarters for Lodges' that
Met in the Child Building.
Arrowsmith post, the Sons of Veterans and the Sons of Veterans auxiliary, which held their meetings in
the Child building, will temporarily
meet in the Royal Arcanum rooms in
tho Eisner building. Tho Patriotic
Order of America lodge willi hold
;heir meetings at Mrs. Anthony Webjer's on Mechanic Street. A euchre
party will be given by this lodge next
Monday night at "Mrs. George Lee's
on Sunset avenue. The proceeds will
be used to buy furnishings for the
lodge.
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AGRICULTURAL STUDIES.
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IT.WBLL BEGQW NEXT TUESDAY MB
WILL CLOSE SATURDAY
Tbe School Board and tho Supervising Principal "Getting Pointers"
on How this Branch of Instruction
is Carried on la Other Places.
The men who have contributed the
funds and the property for the agriEverything is Ready for the County's Second Ancultural department of tho Leonardo
school are very anxious that the work
nual Automobile Show at the Armory at Red Bank
shall be p£ practical benefit, not only
to the pupils of Ithe school who in—Big Military Building Being Converted Into a
tend to become farmers, but to tho
farmers of Mijldlotown township
Veritable Fairyland Bower of Dazzling Brilliance.
themselves, ' Agricultural departments in public (schools have been
off
established in many places. In these
The second annual exhibition of table bower, and which will show
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schools the work is almost entirely of
;he Monmouth county automobile the cars to the best advantage . As
a practical character and what are CHAPEL HILL FARMER LEAVES dealers' association will open next the visitor enters the •lobby and
termed regular school studies are only
Tuesday at tho Red Bank armory at passes along the wide aisle at tho
A BIG ESTATE.
incidental, The Middletown township
;he corner of West and Chestnut front of the show-room he will view
board of education is getting infor- Michael Callahan .Leaves Entire E»- itreets. When John H. Mount, the a scene of dazzling brilliance. The
tate to His Widow—Ocean .Grove tresident of the association, turns on armory being almost square, lends
mation from various sources in reKEYPORT, MAN DEAD.
Woman Makes Several Cash Be- Jie switch which will flood the armory itself to decorative pjans readily, and
gard to these schools in order that
quest!—Three Other Wills.
they may profit by the experience of
with a glow of light, the second an- its fancy dress heightens the show
Father of Mrs. Walter VanKeuren of other
schools,
of-this
kind.
Michael Callahan, who died at ual show will be a reality and will decorations. The management haa
Red Bank Died on Monday.
Roy L. Shaffer, the supervising Chapel Hill a short time ago, made surpass the greatest expectations of made use of this as a background for
Jacob Philander Carharfc of Key- principal of the Middletown schools, his will six years ago last January. ihe organization. The spectators the decorations: It has honeycombed
port died Monday after an. illness of recently paid a visit to a school of Mr. Callahan left two houses on ivho will chance to be at the opening the ceiling with garlands of southern
two weeks due to diabetes. Mr. Car- this kind, which is said to be one of White street at Red Bank, some prop- will see one of the most elaborate Bmilax and flowers, transforming the
hart wan.0,8 years old. He had been the finest examples of modern "agri- :rty at Atlantic Highlands and his displays of motor cars ever assembled,; whole into a veritable fairyland.
in the retail grocery business many cultural education. The school, in 'arm a t Chapel Hill. His entire es- in one building in this county. The
The show colors will be shown in
years, but had been retired several addition to its greenhouse, hotbeds, tate was left to his wife, Catherine armory, arranged for a show of this festoons and streamers, which will be
years. He is survived by his widow, etc., was equipped with tables and Callahan, for the rest of her lifetime. nature, will be a thing of beauty. entwined and draped on balcony
a son, Harry Carhart; two daughters, chairs for the pupils. The size of the After the death of Mrs. Callahan the The brilliant reflection of the cars, Bides. Designating the various booths
Miss Florence Carhart of Keyport, class depends on the number of men estate is to be diveded among his tho radiance of the lights and the will be pendant signs bearing; the
and Mrs. Walter VanKeuren-of4led who desire to take advantage of edu- daughters. Misses Ella and Kliza- subdued colors of the decorations, names of the cars, suspended from
Bank, fie also leaves two brothers, cational work in regard to farming. 'eth Callahan were appointed e*- will present a picture representing the the ceiling; by wire.s, covered with
Bishop Carhart of Keyport and Ralph The school visited'by Mr. Shaffer had ecutrices of the will.
highest point of art in a country au- smilax and hovering a few feet above
Carhart of Otisville, N. Y.; and four a clas/i of fourteen men, but the
Mrs. Phoebe M. Chew of Ocean tomobile show, After the formali- th'e machines. The illuminations will
Bisters, Mrs. Alida Cook and Mrs. school does not require regular at- rove
left several cash bequests in ties of the opening the crowds will be supplied by hundreds of electric
Edward Huyler of Eatontown, Mrs: tendance, as is the case in usual a will which
was executed about two be at liberty to inspect the cars, lis- bulb lights, and in addition powerful
Mattie Conover of. New York and school work where a regular course /ears ago. Mrs.
Chew directed that ten to the orchestra selections under nitrogen arcs .will be suspended from
Mrs. Florence Perry of Nyack, N. Y. of studies is pursued and where each a granite monument
erected in the direction of Charles Hopping of the ceiling. They will be virtually
The funeral was held from his home piipil'must" keep up with tho others the family burial'plot be
at Bridgeton. Bed Bank, enjoy the singing and take balls of opalescent fire and such as
this afternoon, Rev. A, W. Hand of the class. The ages of the pupils She left $100 to the First Presby- "n the wonders of the exhibition.
will transform, the night and make
officiated.
in the Class visited by Mr. Shaffer terian church at Bridgeton to be used
Tho show will run through the the armory ai light as day. These
ranged from fifteen to fifty-six years, n keeping the plot in repair and. balance of the week, closing Satur- lights will be bright, but not blinding,
RED BANK DETECTIVE DEAD. and they were an eager group of proper condition. Her sister, Har- day night at eleven o'clock, with daily and their glow will enhance the
learners. On the occasion of Mr. iett Hitchner, was left an income of sessions from ten o'clock in the morn- beauty of the cars.
John J. McCarthy Died Yesterday Shaffer's visit, three men were study- $100
Viewing the show from the indicaa year to be paid to her as long ng to eleven o'clock at night. The
Afternoon at Age of 34 Years.
ing lime and its practical uses. Each as she lives. Mrs. Chew bequeathed Jst of exhibitors will show no less tions of a week before it opens, it
John J. McCarthy of Branch ave- of these three men was looking at the 1,000 each to her grandchildren, than, thirty different makes of passen- seems certain that both from a businue died yesterday afternoon of value of lime from a different stand- Florence C. and Ernest S. Woolston, ger cars. The automobiles will be ness standpoint and that of attendpleuro-pneumonia. He was taken point. One was figuring on raising ;o be paid to them when they are 21 augmented by a score of booths at ance, all records will be broken.
sick Tuesday of last week. .Mr. Mc- a crop ,of sweet potatoes and was years old. All the rest of her estate which motor car accessories will be There never was a time .when more
Carthy was hurt in a railroad acci- learning how much lime for this was left to her daughter, Phebelia P. displayed. Almost every standard automobiles were being sold than at
dent nt Brieli^in October, 1915. He special crop should be put onJjnU of Woolston, who was appointed ex- make of motor car sold in Monmouth present, and there never was a time
had not been in good'health since the character of his soil. "Snother cutrix of the will.
county will be represented. They will when more people were anxious to
then.
was figuring on fertilizing with lime
Mrs, Susanna Moyer of Allentown include the newest models, such as see motorcars. This has been proven
Mr. McCarthy was born 34 years for crops which would bo benefited made her will fourteen years ago. the convertible roadster with disap- in every show which has been held
ago at New York. He moved to Red during the next three years. The She divided her wearing apparel be- pearing top, touring cars, sedans, throughout the country, starting with
Bank two years ago and opened a third had rented a farm for one year tween her nieces, Ella and Susanna limousines, laundulets, landau coupes, the New York exhibition.
detective agency. He was a member and he wanted to usti lime to get the Root, A gold chain was left to clover-leaf roadsters, etc. Even the • The central location of Red Bank
of the Red Bank council of Knights biggest possible crop from the rented Henry S. Moyer and she left ?50 to recent New York auto show will be along the Monmouth coast section
of Columbus... He leaves a wife and ground. Besides giving- instructions her sister, Rachel Rice: All the rest closely rivaled in quality and luxury. and its splendid railroad facilities,
his mother, He also leaves a brother, on all these points, the teacher inci- if her estate was left to her niece,
Cars of four, six, eight and twelve will serve to attract a throng during
Joseph McCarthy of New York. The dentally gave a talk on the injustice Harriett M. Gulick.
cylinders will comprise the list. There the day, which often is a slow time
funeral will be held Friday morning done to a tenant farmer who would
William S. Seamans of New York, will be cars of high and low'prices, in motor car exhibitions. Taking
at St. James's church and the burial have the use of the land only one who had a summer home at Seabright, ranging from those usually bought this into consideration the show manwill be nt Mount Olivet cemetery.
year; the injustice to the owner of executed his will at New York twelve by a man in moderate circumstances, agement has arranged to open the
the land by such-a course; and the years ago. A watch was left to his who only takes out his family on exhibition daily at ten o'clock so that
business men and visitors in town
injury to the land itself by working
DIED AFTER LONG SICKNESS. it with the idea of getting out of the son Woodbury and a pearl scarf pin Sundays for a little recreation after can run in at any time during the
to his youngest son, William. All „ week of toil; to the luxurious town
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that year every possible bit of the rest of his estate was left to his cars and touring machines which the day and look over the cars. The
William Pinkus of Atlantic High- land
produce the land could be made to wife, Helen W. Seamans. Mrs. Sea- wealthy and their families use for shopping crowd also will have an oplands Died Saturday.
yield, Two other students were figneeds. There will be cars ortunity to see the exhibit during
William Pinkus of Atlantic High- uring up what it,ihad cost them to mans and her brother-in-law, Francis their daily
all parts of the country, repre- le day and they can make the ono
landB died Saturday of anemia at the produce last yeaivs crop. Another A. Seamans, were appointed execu- from
senting
the
motor car art. and utility trip serve for both to the stores and
age of 44 years, He had been sick student, fifty/years old, was sharpen- tors of the will. .
James Segoine of Manalapan town- at its zenith; and there will be makes the auto exhibition. The man or
a long time. Mr. Pinkus \va3 born ing a cross-cut saw and was being
have been manufactured for woman from out of town," toho comes
at Statesville, North Carolina, and taught how to do this to the best ad- ship left his half interest in the Sol- which
years as well as new cars seen here to Red Bank and who has a few minhad lived at Atlantic Highlands a vantage; Practical instruction was omon property in Millstone township for
utes to spare, can run in, and need
the first time.
number of years. He was a cigarette also given to the class along the line to John V. Blain. The rest of his
The management has spared not worry over getting a traih or a
manufacturer nt New York.- He of farm gas engines, levers and other estate was left to Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Stankle, who had cared for Mr, Se neither pains nor expense to make the trolley home, as he is within two
leaves a widow, a brother, Fred farm machinery.
goine for a long time. They were display complete. Automobile shows, minutes of any trolley and the railFinkus of Atlantic Highlands;.and
since their inception, have been road.
From December 1st to March 1st named as executors of the will.
two married sisters. The funeral
The makes of cars in the exhibiMatthew Salmon of Middletown judged largely by their decorative
was held yesterday afternoon at New every morning i3 devoted to vocational work—that is, work such aa is township, who died a few weeks ago, effects and the Monmouth county tion will include the Allen, Buick,
York.
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Cadillac,
Chalmers, Velie, Stutz,
found on every farm. The after- made his will last month. He left a show is in the front rank in this renoons during this season are used by carryall, buggy, horse and a set of spect. Among the Red Bank automo- Ford, Marmon, Oldsmobile, Reo,
DEATH OF BLIND MAN.
the teacher in visiting the farms of harness to his wife, Mary Salmon, All bile men are a number who have a Dodge, Oakland, Willys-Knight, OverAlvin Stout of Bel ford Wat Unable the pupils and in assisting them in the rest of his faraiimr implements talent for decorative effects, and the land, Studebaker, Premier, Cole,
their work. Some times the group of .and stock was left to his son, James high character of their work will be Maxwell, Chevrolet, Mitchell, Frankto See for Twenty Years.
lin, Jeffrey, White, Hupmobile, Paige,
Salmon, who was also bequeathed seen at the coming exhibition.
Alvin Stout, 64. years old, died pupils will go to an orchard and help P.
$500. The farm on which Mr. SalA decorative and lighting system Saxon, Grant, Chandler, Kissel-Kar,
Wednesday of apoplexy at the home trim it, thus learning the best ways mon
lived and his household furniture has been perfected- for the armory Hudson, Dort, Pullman and MonV
of his sister, Mrs. Melvin P. Yard, of pruning various, fruit trees. At was left
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his wife for her lifetime. which will make the-building a veri- roe.
of Belford. He had been blind for other times they go to berry fields After hertodeath
the farm Is to go to
more than twenty years. Mr. Stout where instruction in growing these Mr. Salmon's three
Mary
was born near Hozlet. .Besides Mrs, fruits is given. - At other times lie E., Catherine M. anddaughters,
F1RELESS COOKERS.
6. SalCOMPANY HAS A DINNER.
Yard he leaves two_ brothers, Teri- helps build cold frames, hotbeds, etc. mon. In case James Nellie
P. Salmon is
This
teacher
has
experimented
with
Brpeck Stout of Red Bank and various kinds of hotbeds for raising living after the death of his three Banquet Held at Globe Hotel by A Talk on This Subject at the Red
Thomas Stout of Easton, Pa. The
"Bank Woman's Club.
Monmouth Mutual Supply Co.
potato plants and last.year sisters the form is to go to him.
funeral was held Sunday- afternoon sweet
The stockholders and employees of
All the rest of Mr. Salmon's estate
The Red Bank Woman's club will
one
of
his
pupils,
by
using
the
system
and tliQ 1service was in charge of Rev. he had found best, 'sold 200,000 was left to his wife. Mary E. and tho Monmouth mutual supply com- hold its regular meeting Friday afElijah"!* . Reed. The burial was at plants at a very much greater profit Catherine M. Salmon were appointed pany had a banquet at the Globe ho- ternoon in the Presbyterian chapel.
Green Grove cemetery at Keyport. than is ordinarily made.
tel Friday.night. Michael Kumpel, Mrs. Paul R. Bodcliffe, chairman at
executrices of the will.
Mrs. Mary E. Baird, widow of president of the company, was toast- the home economics department off
.The farmer boys who.attend the
Keyport Woman Dead.
. regular school and who ore students David Baird of Millstone township, master. Brief addresses were made the club, has invited Miss Emily C.
Mrs. Anna E. Walling, widow of in tho agricultural class are getting died a short time ago. She made her by Mr. Kumpel, Vincent Willis, Sus- Stibbs of Red Bank to give a talk on
William H. Walling of Keyport, died instruction similar to that given at will In 1907, when her husband was sell Clark, Theodore Kumpel and tireless cookers and their .value as a
Tuesday of last week at the home of the: universities in farming and fruit alive. She left him a large part of Fred-W. Hope. Others present be- part of the home equipment. In adDr. R. W. Jowett. Mrs. Wallinghad growing. The work learned at the her estate and divided the rest among sides those mentioned were Charles dition to Miss StibVs talk, an inschool,-is iimmediately
put in p
practice her seven children arid her grandchil- E. Brown, Samuel Leain, Elwood teresting musical program will be
b
iin poor h
l t h a llong time.
ti
She school,is
mmeday p
been
health
h
f
d
th
t
h
i his
hi dren. She made a codicil to the will Ivins, John L. Hendrickson, H. W. given by Miss Katherine ThrockmoJrH.
on the farms and the teacher in
is survived by one son, W'Hia...
in 1916, in which she left a great deal Reynolds, Frank W. Weller, Schanck
Walling. The funeral was hold visits to the farms of the pupils gives of her personal property to her Thompson, E.. Thurston Blaisdell, ton.
The arts and crafts department of
Thursday from her late home and further instruction directly on the daughter, Mrs. Carrie VanDoron, with Frank Lawes, John Osborne, James
the club will meet nt Mrs. B. H. Garwas in charge of Rev. William Adams, ground. The teacher of the school whom she had made her home. Mrs. Clark and George Wilson.
rison's on ' Vista place tomorrow
pastor of Calvary church.
referred to is about 35 years old, who Baird had been an invalid a long time,
morning at ten o'clock.
' spent his first 21 years on a farm in and in January of this year she made
MERE'S
THE
MORSES
FOR
YOU.
On Thursday night of this week si
New York state. Ho entered Cornell another codicil to her will, in which
Death Follows Operation.
and worked his way she left tdMrs. VanDoren all of her You Cant Go Wrong No Matter How musicale under the direction of Miss
Mrs. Martha White, wife of Walter university
Katherine Throckmorton . will b s
the first three years of the personal property, including money in
You Hook Them.
White of Asbury Park, died at the through
course. He then went the bank or elsewhere, bonds and
We sell 'em as fast as we get 'em. given at the First Methodist chapel
Long Branch hospital Friday follow- agricultural
to a big plantation in Oregon, where mortgages, monoy loaned to individ- This week we had to buy another lot for the benefit of the clubhouse fundi
ing an operation for peritonitis. Be- his
work consisted in getting the soil uals, her stock in the Pennsylvania of horses to supply the wanfa of our
sides her husband, Mrs. White is sur- in condition
Fed His Workmen.
planting. He next railroad company, and all other prop- customers. They re. fine stock, all
vived by four young children and spent a year for
working for the Cana- erty. The codicil stated that Mrs. of them, but there is one pair of
W. B. Kinney, who is remodeling'
alio four sisters. Mrs. White was a dian, government
as agricultural in- Baird had bceji a great care and bur- dark brown chestnut horses which we his summer home on Riverside drive,
native of Ireland.
structor, which work included a study den to her daughter Carrie, who had particularly want you to see. We furnished a hot dinner for all the men
of fruit trees and their diseases and been very attontivo to hor, and that dont exaggerate one bit when we say working on tho job Inat Saturday.
Death of Selmar Hess/
tho packing of every known fruit the bequest of all of Mrs. Bnird's' they are the finest pair of workers The dinner was prepared and served
Selmar Hess of New York, a sum- grown in British Columbia. At the property to Mrs. VanDoren was made we ever had. They weigh 2,600 by Robert Pierce of Red Bank.
mer resident of Rumson, died Mon- end of that year he returned to Cor- because of the care and attention ounds. If you admire good horseday of last week at the age of sev- nell, where he finished his 'course and which had been bestowed on her.
esh look this tenm over. They're Opens Grocery Store at Matawan.
enty yoars. He wus the father of graduated, For the past few years
worth seeing whether you want to
Edward Healy of Bank street, Red
Mrs. Abrnm I. Elkus of Red Bank. he has been nt Minetola, where he is
Announcement.
buy
or not. We've got other teams Bank, has opened a grocery store at
Besides this daughter he leaves an- now stationed.
weighing from 2,400 to 2,800 pounds Matawan. Mr. Henly wns formerly
Having
purchased
the
meat
busiIt
is
u
teacher
of
this
kind
which
other daughter and a son.
the Middletown board of education ness of Frank Pittenger at 39 Broad in bays, browns, blacks nnd grays. manager of tho Atlantic & Pacific
expects to employ as instructor in the street, opposite The Register build- Acclimated single horses—tho finest store at that place.
' Col, Barbour Dies in Auto,
greenhouse and agricultural depart- ing, Red Bank, same to tnko effect in the county, You cant go wrohi
Col. William Henry Barbour, a ment in the Leonardo school, With March 16th, I desire to announce to on. them no matter how you hoo!
Horse Buyeo, Attention.
Rumson summer resident, died Mast the monoy and property which has tho public of Bed Bank and vicinity them. Plenty of mules, acclimated
Another fresh lot of horses arThursday in his automobilo nt New been contributed by residents of the that I will continue the business ns a and young, Our guarantee with rived at my stables today and I hnvo
overy horse or mule sold. Tho Ely a good lot to select from. You cant
York. He was on his way home from township, nnd with the monoy which strictly first-class meat market.
Respectfully soliciting tho continu- Estate^ Holmdel, N. J.—Advertise- go wrong on any of them, for thty
hia office when ho was stricken. He the state gives to duplicate contribument.
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ance
of
tho
patronage
of
thoae
who
was 57 years old nnd he leaves a tions for agricultural education, this
l.nre a fine lot, I tako email profltff.
widow nnd four sons.
school will be ablo to bo conducted nro now trading with Mr. Pittenger
| That is why I sell so many. Call and
At Trubin's.
for four years without costing the nnd inviting tho public in general to
An interesting assortment of used look jmy stock ovor before you buy.
Muslcale.
people of the township one penny. do thoir meat buying at this market.
I ltavq. n good market for secondAuspices of tho Woman's club of No state money which would other- William Brevoort. Phone 354,—Ad- books at little prices. Odtls and ends. hand stock. You havo Wceks's guarThere may be among them just the
Red, Bank at tho First Methodist wise como to the district will be used vertiaemont.
book you wanted at about ten por nntoe with overy hqrso. I f you dont
church, Thursday niglit, March 8th, in this agricultural work. Freehold
Memuro Your Pictures!
cent of its original value. Novels, like them, bring thorn back and get
1917. Admission 35 cents,
has an agricultural school of this
Frames fitted free whilo sale is on, histories, travels, miscellaneous books your money. F. S. Weeks, Colt'o
Tho program will consist of organ kind, but the Freehold school was
N. J. Phone 340-F-31.—Adnnd pinno duetto by Mi.ts Sadie Child based on a contribution of $2,500, and 10 per cont off on all regular covering a very wido field of subjects, Neck,
and Mrs, Kenneth Wyckoff, cello solo which amount was duplicated by the prices. Measure your pictures. 20i Would like to havo you drop in at vertisement.
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by Louis Mendel,' nolo by Miss Mabol state. Middlotown starts with con- 24 frames, 85 contB; 16x20 frames, Trubin's stationery storo' on Broad
Christian Science Society of Hod
Sykes, selections by tho Wednesday tributions of cash and property of 50 cents; 14x17 frames, 40 cents; stroet and:look through them.—AdBank, Eisner building, Broad street.'
morning club, eolou by Jay Hopping, ovor $8,500, which amoilnt will bo smallor BIZOS in proportion. Glass vortisement,
Sunday scrvico ntnll:00 a. m, Subquartotto Beloctiona by Eugono Ma- duplicated by tho stato during tho extra, Bring in your own glass. We
ject ;of lesson sormon for March
We Want Men Who "Kick"
Koo, Lcroy, Chnmborliun, Boverly W. next two years. Middlotown town- willcut and fit it free of charge The
Brown and Fred Conklin; violin solo ship will thus havo the finest agricul- Dlckopf Art Shop.—Advertisement. about tho way thoir clothes nro 11th, "Man." Sunday-nchool Is hold
cleaned, pressed nnd ropaired to lot nt 0:30 n. m. Pupils to tho, ago of
by Harry Conk, contralto solo by tural school in the county, and it wil"
Miss Slcnth nnd recitation by"Miss probably be the finest in the state,
Your opportunity to save monoy us care for thoir apparel—Then twenty yenrs nro received. AVcdhcs*
day evening norvice, nt which tostfc
Grace Child.—Advertisement.
nnd all without n slnglo dollar of tax nnd got tho iflnest quality In clothe; "Kicking" stops.
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Our methoda of doing this work monies) <f '"•^i-'iiM, Sclcnco honllnf- .
being lovicd on tho people of tho dis- is at Cohen Brothors, 18 Woat Froni
), m, All uro ln»
stroet, Rod Bank. Phono 778-M, nro so modern and up to tho minute aro givo/
Carpets and Rugs.
trict,
nt.
,
Whero nil enrs stop,—Advertisement. that wo am certain of pleasing all vltcd.-J
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A largo stock with many patterns
who trust us with thoir work.
' Seed Potatoei.
and colors that aro unobtainable oloe!PrJ»>».
;.
Empire Stoom Cleaning and Dye
For 10 conta you may honr D. R.
A fow cara of seed Giants in-carwhoro. Stoinbach Co., Asbury Park.
11 Enat Front stroot. Phono
(i for fjlfts ond
load lota, 220 sacks to the car. Tannor talk on "Tho High Cost o" Works,
—Advertisement.
jinn's Exchange,
rlsy,
Worthloy & Holland, 4 3 0 Liberty Livini;" March 8th, at 8:00 p. m., ni 220-W.—Advortisomont.
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MIL'..,.-, •.l.ri-iy-rnrlow, 42 'Broad
It
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stroot, Now York City. Rooms 400 town hall, Red Bnnk.—Adyortlsostroot,
Rod
Eniik.—Advertisement,
It
pays
to
advertise
in
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Rogtotort
mont.
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410,—Advertisomont.
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THE BED BANK REGISTER.
THE
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.The Hupmobile
Gauge of
CO
«*raa AlufAva kinim >
c
for a year
tocomfc.
The Best
car under
one thousand
Sedan .$1,735
All Caro f. o. b. Detroit
KEANSBURG HEV/3..,
daughter, Mrs. Albert Noo of New Amboy, Stephen-Matthews of Allen*
wood,'A. H.. Smith, of MWdlotown
.
Roof on Paul Hunter'. Donco Hell York.
Mrn. Jennie T. Woleott haa re-township, tha United States metal re.CoOspsei Under Snow.
flninff
company, I . Joffe of Perth Amturned from a visit at Manasquan.
The roof of Paul 0. Huntcr'u now
John S. Jones has returned to this boy, John 8. VanMotor of Haslet and
dance hall on Keansburg Heights place after having spent the winter T&,
IS. B. Murphy of Port Monmoutbn
fell in Monday on account of th» »t
Single horsca wore bought by Mrs*
-v, New York.:
•.'•-:, ::'
heavy snow.
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Mrs. William E. Morris 1B recover- Isabella Phillips of Middletown townMiss Helen LoBrccque spent tho ing iron) grip.:
ship,
William Davern, Jr., of Middle*
, • •• :
week-end -with Mrs, Isadoro Walling
,'
Cyril Brown has moved from town and J, Moccl of Hazlet,
of Port Monmonth.
Lewis street to the Wolcott house, on Mrs, Daniel S. Ely and children nrfl.
Miss Anna Brands of Jersey City Broad street :
,.
••'.- visiting relatives at Elizabeth; Mta
spent Sunday with her N
mother, Mrs.
John Snsue of Red Bank is a new Ely is at Philadelphia.
W.B.Morris.
at John J, Wright's store.
Mr. and Mrs. William Pitcher OJH
The Epworth league will hold an clerk
jAn, Elberon man bought a box tree tertoined a company of friends MonH
orange" sociable tomorrow, nfghV' A from
the
Mtaes'
Nivison.
list
week
day
night.
.
fine program baa been arranged.. Af- for ?100 and two box~treea from J.
Harry Stoat attended the ftracrol
ter the entertainment refreshments Leo VonSchpick for f 300.
of his undo at Belford on Monday.,
will be served.
Frost coming out of tho ground
Joseph HyliSf has quit bis job
wit!)
A surprise party was given at Miss last
;
week
threw
the
trolley
car
rails
.
Marion Gardner's Monday night of oat of place end caused several cars James McCorraicls.
.Wilson Conover is home from Colo-'
lost week. - A pleasant time was spent to jump the tracks. ,
man's
business
college.
He
will
-n*
in general sociability. At a late hour
sumo MB Btudies in the fall.
refreshments were served. Those
Richard Minser has* moved on'
HOLMDEL NEWS.
r
present were Misses Mae Schaffer,
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Gussie Wilson, Janet Ovetton, Gladys Hams and Bacon Stolen from Wil- Jacob Wyckoff's farm.
Johnson, Hazel Gardner, Madeline
liam Hylin'a - Smokohoune.
Frake, Edith Stanford, Elizabeth
Two Hlshlanda Lota Sold.
I
Thieves broke intoJVilliwn Hylln's
Mullison and Marion Gardner,. EdWilliam J. Hosier of Hfeblanda1
ward Carhart, Raymond and George smokehouse Thursday night and stole
has
bought
two
lots.on
the
Water;
seven
hams
and
two
strips
of
bacon.
King, Craufr Bennett,' Seymour
Compton, David Mullison, Raymond The stolen goods were owned by Mr.t Witch development tract. Bach lot;
Is 80x80 feet and is on Bay nvenue<
Hylin and Jonathan I. Holmes.
and Fred Kruqer of Keyport.
Tho Ely estate sold teams of horses Mr. Hunter will build a house on th<j'
James and Joseph Humphrey of
property.
last
week
to
T.
B.
Anderson
of
Perth
New York spent part of last week at
their summer cottage on Park avenue.
Krrol Zor'n of Mew York spent
Prices for v/eeh of March 5th to
Sunday at his cottage on Sea Breeze
avenue.
Catherine Wallace of Port Mon<
mouth road celebrated her eighth
birthday last week. A number of her
schoolmates were present. Games
were enjoyed until 6:30; when a
luncheon was served. Those present
were Anita McGregor, Grace Rose,
Sylvia Ludlow, Evelyn Baldwin,
Marie and Helen Husky, Agnes Walling, Mary Wallace, Richard Wallace,
George and Harold Wallace and Vincent Walling,
M e d i u m Jas» - tit®
Seymour Compton spent a few
days last week at South River aa the
guest of Howard Winters.
A mask sociable will be held in
MacDonald's grill room tonight under the management of Edward Davis
atid Florence Arose. A large number, of invitations have been sent to
young women. The men have to pay
admission. Refreshments of cake
and coffee furnished by the young
womoirwill be served.
The Point Comfort chemical company has received a gift of a piano
from Fred Nightingale. A contract
has bean given for the painting of the
fire engine and track to Charles Ross.
Jenks Bcaman and son Chester of
Newark, the former the owner of
Rutland Park, left Saturday to attend the .inaugural ceremonies of
President Wilson at Washington.
They went with the Essex Democratic
COF'F'EEi—SOc, 2Sc and 3Oc a Its
committee.
Postmistress Belle Broander spent
a few days last week with Mr. and TEA-3Sc, -4Oc
Mrs. L. H. Ward of New York.
Misses Hazel Gardner and Hiss
Free Deliveries to
.Free Deliveries to
Janet Ovorton spent Friday night at
Eatontown,
Little
Silver
and
Fair
Haven,
Oceanic, IUunson
Red Bank attending the debate, in
Shrewsbury, Monday and
Tuesday and Friday.
the high school.
Mrs. L. J. Reid spent Saturday at
Navesink, Monday.
Middletown, Highlands, AtlanBelford as the guest of Miss Hazel'
tic Highlnnds and Seabright,
Belford, Tuesday.
VanHise.Wednesday.
Miss Sophie Kbehler spent Sunday
Chapel Hill and Leonardo, Friwith her parents at New York.
day.
Holmdel, Thursday.
SEEPED RAISINS package 13c
BAKER'S CHOCOLATE Ib 38c
SOAP
u
• large cake 8c
27c
You can pay more than the Maxwell price and get greater size,- weight, power, speed—with the resultant increase in
operating expense. But every feature that constitutes motoring service and satisfaction is a part of the Maxwell car. And
at the price of $635 this means that the Maxwell stands pre-eminently as a leader in MOTOR CAR VALUE. LIST PRICES
I. o. b. Factory
Roadster $620
Touring Car $635
Cabriolet $895
Town Car $915
Sedan $985
SE]E T H E S E C A R S A T M Y B O O T H S , 6 7 - 7 4 •
ora mouth
County
Auto
Slnow
SOc a Ifo
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LCJ
Mechanic Street, near Broad
Phone 705
MIDDLETOWN VILLAGE NEWS.
Red Bank, N. J.
Up-fo-Dafe System
The braid in any of your old straw hats is just as good as new.
It is only the shape and the color that makes it appear old and useless. By our
, scientific method we can make over any straw hat and re-dye it so that it will look like
new. The process is qurck and will be done satisfactorily* We guarantee to make your
hat over into any of the modern shapes and from a selected lot of colors and shades.
Why pay a high price for a new straw hat when for a little money your discarded
hat can be made to look like a new one fresh from the shop?
Stop in and see the latest blocks and see the many colors and shades of straw braid
we can offer you.
Our prices are very reasonable and our work guaranteed to be the very best. It
will surely pay you to let us make your hat over.
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Officera of Reformed Church Elected
on Saturday!
A meeting of the consistory of
the Reformed church was held Saturday afternoon. Stephen Johnson,
Cecil Conover and Henry Gulick
were chosen elders and James Stout,
J. W. Hopping, Alfred Luyster and
Crawford Patterson were chosen
deacons. Dr. Daniel D. Hendrickson
was elected secretary and Charles
Tindall treasurer. Mr. Conover was
chosen elder to represent the consistory in the Monmouth classis.
Mrs. Nellie Erving was received into
the church by the- consistory. Rev.
Marion T. Conklin's sermon for next
Sunday morningr will be "The Glory
of the Cross.' At night he will
preach-on "The Bible and What It
Is."
The postponed communion
service will be held Sunday morning*.
The women's missionary circle will
hold a pound sociable tomorrow afternoon at the parsonage.
The Baptist woman's mission circle will meet next Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock in the chapel.
Plans will be made for the annual
meeting of the missionary Bociety of
the Monmouth association to be held
in Middletown April 4th. The communion service which was postponed
last Sunday on account of the storm
will be observed next Sunday morning. Mrs. Rose Morgan of New
York will give a lecture and song
recital in the church Tuesday, March
20th. The subject will be "Songs
that Live."
A horse owned by J. F. Tierney
got frightened at a train Monday
night at the station and ran away.
The horse was caught after it had
gone a short distance.
Three times as much fertilizer
was unloaded at the Middletown station during February as was unloaded the some month last year.
Edgaf Heath of Red Hill went
back to work today at the Manhattan
transfer at Jersey City after having
been laid up two days with a mashed
foot.
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Albert Kane of Red Hill was tendered a surprise party Saturday
night in celebration of bis 57tb birthday. Mr. Kane is a track walker on
the Middletown section of the railroad. \
Charles Deninger bought, a horse
last week at New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hendrickson
returned Saturday from a wedding
trip in the South. They are livin
with the groom's parents, Mr. an
Mrs. James C. Hcndrictaon! Mrs.
Hendrickson was formerly Miss
Louise Willett.
Miss Marion Dickinson has been
sick with a. cold.
Mrs. Charles G. Bennett- is tonfined to the house with sickness.
George DeSenan of New York, an
inspector on a southern steamship, ia
visiting his brother, Edgar A. DeSenan.
Marjorie Zimmermann has been
sick with grip.
George Wallace haa been eick with
grip.
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EATONTOWN NEWS.
GEORGE NEOGLOW, Proprietor
31 East Front St."
Weaver Building
Bam Owned by Lemuel Mcgill Collapied Monday Morning.
A,barn on railroad avenue owned
by Lemuel Megill collapsed beneath
the weight of the snow Monday
morning. A horse was in the building but it was not hurt.
B. D. Wolcptt'a Sons are having
their store repainted.
. Charles Sclilentz has given up his
job as night watchman for the Gulf
oil company to "engage in the paint'
ing business. Raymond Aumnclc has
taken Mr. SchlcnU's plnco as night
watchman..
Layton Jackson is sick with eryMrs. Charles H. Sandford has been
pending several days with her
Telephone 60.
5 6 Broad Street,
Red Bank, N. Jf.
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Could You Do This in a Heavy Car?.
Syracuse to Boston, Boston to New York, New
York to Syracuse, i s a route of approximately 1000
miles.
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Last summer, a series 9 FRANKLIN touring car,
with top and windshield up, made this run in three
successive days, with the same man at thi wheel all
the time.
The first day's run of 350 miles to Boston was made
in 11 hours and 18 minutes actual running time, or
attherateof 31 miles per hour.
.
The second leg of the trip, from Boston to New
York, 263 miles, took just 8 # hours; again an
average of 31 miles per hour.
Then came the home stretch, from New York to
Syracuse. This distance of 300 miles was covered in
7 hours and 36_ minutes actual running time, with
only one stop, 31 minutes at Albany for gasoline
and luncheon. An average of 39,4 miles per hour,
a ^peed that not only beat all previous records
(held by the FRANKLIN, by the way) but also one
that has never been equalled by any other car.
The car that hangstothe road is the one that can
show SPEED OVER ROADS AS THEY GOME.
The Peugeot car, during the last racing season,
practically cleaned up the whole list of American
speed events. Was it a HEAVY CAR ?, It weighed
2,275 POUNDS, just FIVE POUNDS LESS than the
FRANKLIN TOURING CAR.
21 23 S. Main St.,
Asbtfry Pi>rk, N. J.
Telephone 866-
THE BED BANK .REGISTER.
OZ8& WAETTED,
ETraEODHT FABM.
YOUNO MAN WANTED .
HATCHING EGGS.
JPOB BAJin. . .
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FOUR VEARS OLD,
SEWING CLUBENTER'TA'NED.
Solo agent In MonmoMh county for tho to drive delivery car in morning and
Girl wanted for Kcnernl housework,
White Orpingtons, Cook's strain:
Qnp of the flncst proportlca on Mapla
Buckoyo Incubator a i u r \ h c standard assist on farm and in garden In tho Barred. Rocks, fawn nnd white Indian avtnuo-for
piiiy at 54 Irving place, lied 13ank.
nale, or will ront fuinlnhoa
jiorncnt of Miia Jade A. Cowlci Party Held for Laura Thorpo on SatHoovers, Phone G79, Rod I(anlc, .
afternoon. Apply to-R, G. Price, Middle- Runner ducks, Mallard ducks, English by tho year; lot 215x70 foot; twelvo-room ;
urday Afternoon.
brook Farm, Allenhtirst, N. J.
of Hnzlot ii Announced.
It, N\ nnd Golden phensnnts, Middle- houso with nil lniprovcinontH; largo, lluht
BOOMS FOB BENT.
~
CUSTOM HATCHING.
brook Farm, 'Alhinhurst, NT. J.
laundry In haseinoiit. Apply to nny
I Mrs, Wnlter D. Brown, Jr., ontorUnit lioiiHe of. four rooms for rent.
Laura Thorpo, daughtor of Charles
EBBS hatched for you In Dunvohln
0AVB YOT7D OLD GADGETS.
agent, or Box 28, ltcd Bank,
jtained the Haziest sowing club yes-, Thorpe of Sunset uvonuo, was four Inquire nt 11 Mount. Hired, lie* Mink.
FiinnH' Mammoth Incubator after .March
Beautiful rovcrslblo rugs made from GENERAL MOVIHO AND BTOEAGB.
tenlay afternoon ,at the homo of years old Saturday and a party was
Oth, 'Dunrobln'Fnrm, Ited Hunk,,
old carpots and chenille portioreo. Write
B,000 FIlESn EOSS WANTED
HOUSE POBKEHT.
Light and heavy trucking by horse ot
for circulars, American Rug Manufac- motor;
L.- D... Roberts, ,Tho afternoon 'was held for her1 that afternoon.. Games for ('(IHII, ICconoiny .Grocery and Meat
House on Uergen place, near Branch
large, roomy vans, rellablo men.
W
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A
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P
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SBZLLT,
tory,
290
Vermont
street,
Brooklyn.
Co,'
,
102
Slirowabury
(iveiuio,
Hod
Bnnlt.
avenue,
seven
rooms, reception hall nml
Roomy
storage
warehouse,
separate
'spent S.n playing fivo hundred, in were playod in which prizes woro
21 Foarl street. Phone 18-R Rod Bank,
rooms. E. J.. Rellly, 51-53 Mechanic bath, steam heat, electricity nnd gns,
which the first prize was won by awarded to''Margaret Teller and
The right place to get good grocerloi ai
' GENEDAL OONTBAOTOBB.
PAIHTINO FOB BAKE.
polished iloorn; lot 00x200 ftet. Apply
street,
Red
Bunk.
Phono
282..
James Norman & Son, ollleo and yard,
Miss Ob Sandman, a pair of GIIK Laura Thorpo, The tnb.le decorations
to F. T. Ulnniii, owner, 107 Kast Stnto
Pnliitliii: In oil I'aytHe, Vlao :i-ft. sxO. right prices, Prompt deliveries.
47-61 Shrewsbury avenue, Rod Bank,
NOTICE.
street, Trenton, N."I., or any ngont.
stockings, pnd thd consolation, a wore pink and white and tho birthday Will noil (or 110. JlrB, Hoden. l-'nlr llaMAID WANTED. /
Concrete work n specialty. Get our Let us Btart your old clock with the
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volla collar, WOB awarded to Mrs. cake wns1 decorated with'jink jrose-, ^ , N. J. v
Oood, rollablo mold for general IIOIIRC- figures before having any work done.
now year, any make, any condition;
FBOPEBTY WANTED.
Frank P. Snroul. - Tho ongaBoment buds and blue candles.- The guests'
worlc; reference required. Corner Uerguarantee it to go ns good ag new. 100
Want property In or vicinity it n « a
A6PABAGUB BOOTS FOB BAKU.
BLAG HOOFING.
reward will bo paid If wo fail, Art Bonk. Will exchange Stat'^ Island
of Misa Josje A, Ctiwlcs to Otto L. were Catherine LoMnistro, Albert' Ono huncli'Od thousand Ai'BoiitouIl aa- Kon' place nnd Hudson avenue, lied
Leaky tin and slato roofs mado tight; Jewelry Co., 171 Beech street.
house, nine rooms, • two' bat/.A • on" plot
Aumock was announced during tho Osborn, Euth Wagner, Margaret and pumgUH luutf. C. H. Buckllii, FholunX, linnk.
85x130, leased to May 1st; thirty minalso water proofing side walls and cel.
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afternoon,. Among the guests were Dorothy Teller, Loretta Glassoy, N, J,
0WNB3S, ATTENTION.
P O B SALE O B ESCHAHGI;
utes' distance from Now York. Equity
lars. Offdcn A(cClask«y; 147 Hudson
List your farms und hoiiKe.s, unfur- avenuo, Red Bank. Telophons 400-J.
$4,000. Address P. O. box 102, F«Lr
Mrs. Frank P. Sproul, Mrs. Raymond Bertha McKenzle, Kathleen Murphy,
for
ned
Ban!:
property,
a
pretty,
now,
HAY ron BADE.
iilshed or furnished, to. rcnt'-ur for mile,
modern mountain. home nt Hopcwoll, Haven, N. J.
L. Wyokoff, Mrs.. J. Grovor Curtis, Mary Ross, Helen Thorpe, Mrs.
und
your
lowest
prices.
Box
u.
Red
IMxed hay for eale by Elmer E, 'Alex>f.
J.;
larpo
(.'rounds,
garage,
poultry
DONT
0
0
COLS.
Mrs. P. Otto Weigaml, Jr., Mrs. Wal- Charles LeMaistre, Mrs. Luke Mur- ander, R, D. No. 1, Hod Bank. Piiono Ilanli.
.
Good socond hand overcoats sold from houne, fruit. For particulars Iniiulro of
FOB BALE. j \
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ter D. Brown, Jr., Miss Edna M. Wol- ihy, Mrs. Thomas. Eoss,. Mrs. L. P. ( 2 B - J . .
12.SO up, at tho City Dry Cleaning and Francis Pettlt, Hopeweli, N. J.
Tin stock of the Into .lamps ('. DoughBANTANQELd b MA2ZO00A.
gand. Miss Mildred Brown, Mlsa 'horpo nnd Mr. and Mrs. M. A.
Dyeing
Works, D Mechanlo street, near
APPLE £ 0 0 9 .
ty, consisting «,f ulxMit 40 barrels of
Imported
and
domeotlo
bottlers
and
Broad
street,
Red
Banlc.
Phono
207-J.
DANCE.
We are In the market tor apple butts.
Maud L. Ivins, Miss Maud Ackor- Thorpe.
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green nnd red peppers for hottllnff
In wines, liquors and mineral
Shepherds of Bethlehem lodge will hold small
Address Bailey & Castor, box 202, Cara- dealers
other purpn.^eH is dCfered for sftlo lit
waters, 65 Wost Btreet, Red Bank, Phone
feon, Miss Ethel Ackeraon, Misa Josle
dance In their lodge room in Odd Fel- and
FVBNITUBE 8EPAJBE9.
don, N, J. .
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a Bacrlllcc to a quick buyer. Can bo
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A. Cowles, Miss Edna' Carhart, Miss
ows'
Imll,
Monmouth
street,
Wednesday
Furniture of all kinds repaired. Reseen by applyhih' to P. O. box 13S, Fair
storing of antlquo ond mahogany fur- evening, March 7th, Good music. Ro-. Haven, X. .1.
Fannie Cowles, Miss Ola Sandman, H. T. M. CLUB' HAS A DINNER.
OABAGE FOB SAXE. '
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WAITTBD. '
nlturo a specialty. Henry Grause,.Front ' l u n e n t s . Admission 25 cents. ,
Garnffe, nearly now, 10x14 foet. ApMiss. Lois 0. Sproul, Miss Bessie M. Gathering nt Mn, William W. BewBroody
lions.
Will
pay
cash
or
exTJPHOESTEBEB.
ply to \V, A, Clayton, 47 Hrond atroot, clmnBo for eggs or custom hatching. C. strcot, near Southern railroad, Red Bank.
Covert and/Miss Elizabeth V. Young.
Furniture recovered and repaired, exix
EXTBA. AUTO SPECIAL.
lick't Lmt Thuriday.
iioil Hank.
D. Cleveland, Eatontown, N. J. Phone
tains,
draperies
and Austrian nhAdeet
Tho club # 1 moqt with Mra, William
Have
a
now
flvc-pafisehger,
filx-cyllnDIAMONDS BOUGHT.
The H. T. M. club had a dinner
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HOESE r o n BAn.
Diamonds bought for cash from ro- !er, 30-horso power Chalmers, regular laying of carpets, matting and linoleum,
M. Ackorsoh oi) Tuesday, March 20th/ Thursday nt-Mra. William' W.' BewDavenport sofas, couches, 'mnttresBW
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rice
$1,250,
which
we
will'close
out
to
Bponslbleperaons,
Must
weigh
%
carat
lior«o vnlucrl ut |171 for snle, Estato
KAW- WAJTOED
sick's at Little Silver. The dinner of JOHepli -Mlllwnrd, 3C1 River street,
nioro. Poor gems not wanted. L. de miiek buyer at 51,000. .This Is a great and cushions made to order. Maltlud
to work on farm; house and iirewood. or
Thomson. 37 East Front Btreet, R*G
la Reusslllof 38 Broad strcot, Red Bank. ffer. J. W. Mount Co., Red Bank.
was served at a long table which was lied Bank.
Clover Hill farm, Rlvordnic avenue,
Bank. Phone 14-W.
BOWLING.
decorated in white and green. About
Jacob
II.
Conover,
Kntontowu,
N,
J,
R,
HOUSE FOB DENT.
DBOODEB STOVE FOB.BALE,XOTS FOR SALE.
FOB SALE.
forty gi{ests wero present. After the
At DO Bordon Btreet, Inqulro of ArXeutou'n Giant coal burning brooder
Two lots on Newman Springs avonuo
On account ol' nmvlng, will f-'i-ll very
S l n i u r s n c s Team Only One Game Be- dinner a musical program was given thur O. SIcklos, 10 West Front utreet,
Btove, capacity 1,500 chicks; 'price $8. for sale; Kood high ground, adjoining
COUHTEEB
FOB
BALE.
In first-class condition, Delicious Or- Robert Tilton'a property on tho wost. cheap, all kinds of poultry wire and
by Mrs, George Ivlns, Miss Florence Hed Bank.
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hind Clothieri.
One 20-foot glass nhow fronts, ono 12- clinrdH, Kiitontou'n,' N. J. It. R. So. 1. Vino chnnce for homo -seekers. Apply to made runs, Internnthiiiul hover*, grain
foot plain, both ulmost new, natural
or oat sprouter with lamp for Hproiiting
pjg The Insurance team is only one Chandler and Miss Sykes. A birthHOUSE CLIPPING MACHINES.
kVllllam I. Conover, Kntontown, N. J.
hardwood; reasonable. Doremus
grain or pc-ds or oats Un' poultry, alHtfwnrd linnd power clippers and rc- tlnlsh
EOAEDING.
jjjgamo behind the Clothiers for see- day present of a silver fork and spoon
Bros,
Co.
most lleiv: also a f'.'\v''ci>o|>s, all fil/.CM.
nalra
In
stock.
C.
H,
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Itoberson,
FrecSingle
and
double
rooms
for
rent,
with
wns
mndo
to
Mrs.
Frank
Sherwood's
GUERNSEYS—BESKSHI8ES.
| ond place. "The Clothiers took two
nt first house un -Uiittln rond, Fair
board;
central
location,
all
Improvements,
,.old,
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A registered Guernsey bull calf, Apply
GIBX WANTED.
j out of three games from the Florists infant daughter. The club will meet
rates reasonable. Apply at Hudson
January 2lith, 11)17, for salo at Haven, X. J..
Oood, competent girl •wanted to do House, 145 Hudson avenue, l'lione 453-J ropped
POWEB DUBTBB3.
MM on;the aBso'ciatlon alleys last Wedncs- at Mrs, Arthur Walker's on Friday
moderate
price.
Two
registered
BerlcHand-LIade Farm Wagons
Power duHtei's for tluKtlnt; of fruit general housework In family of two. Red Bank.
*hlro boar plgB, rcadv for sjn'ing service. In DeHart
•g|[Iuy night and the Insurance tenm of next week, when several candidates
Fred D. Wikoff, 323 iiroud street,
stock. A very substantial wagon,
troen, Sold, by C, II, Itobcrson, Freo- Mrs.
Mlddlebrook Farm, Alleiilmrst, N. J.
Rod Bunk.
§§§ took three,games by-forfeit from tho for membership will be voted on,
well made Jn everv particular and It
WANTED.
lioM, N. J , /
please the most critical. Sec this
Flivvers, \vho failed. to show • up.
Second hand Ilxtnres, stiltablo for fish HAEEOWSI HABBOWB! HABBOWS! will
before you purelinse- any other
' ' HOBSEB FOB BALE.
. COEN WAUTED.
niarltot; ice boxes, counters, stands;
Genuine A-cmo hnrroWH, r»G, 00, 75-wngon
„ The scores, of the Clothiers-Florists
manufacture.
AIM) liie.^ Owejjo t'nrlll
A large collection of climated work must be In good condition and reason- .ooth
Corn wiintotl on tlio enr. Please Htnte
PURSE OF $1S5 FOR RECTOR.
spike
harrows;
.Meeker
smoothing
wagon.
All thi'.^e ivngnns are made reg.
orses;for
sale.
Prices
moderate;
satis| matoh were:
lowo«t cash price. J. T, Lovett, Little faction guaranteed. 8. R. Knight, Spring able for cash. A, H, Long.-itreet, Free- larrows and double- disc liarrow.s. I)o ular Jersey
-trark. C 11,' Rolici'Kon, '
hold, X. J.
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i-ou
need
any
of
Iho
aliove?
If
so,
-sec
Episcopalians Pay Surprise Viiit to Silver, X. J.
Freehold, X. .!.'
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Lake, N. J.
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:ne. C. Ji. Koherxon, Freehold, N. J.
Rev. Robert MacKollnrr.
lAbbott
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BUFFET FOB SAXS.
OLD BOOKS BOUGHT.
STEAM VUL0ANI2IUG.
FABMERS TAKE NOTICE.
Fifty members of Trinity church
Ikolinos
Quartered oak buffet for Bitkvgeod ns
Bound
bookH
that
you
may
hav;
about
STEAM
VULCANIZING.
We. use the best materials and guar- l.io house no longer useful to you. .MisDullai'H sa\'e,il ai-e iliill;us earned. BeHurley,
paid n surprise visit Thursday night new. Apply to' Mi'tt. John Pearyall, Fair antee
Automobile tire and tube repairing
all work; free air service. John
!>lli'ehn."inK' ynur fei'tilizer consult
'fetluy
bouks and novels; few nr promptly done. Adam h. Huylar, dealer fore
to Rov. Robert MacICdlar of Maple Haven, X. .T.
Hanson, 34 West Front Btreet, Red Bank. cellaneous
me about Aliihano lluiini^, the Hclcntlfl,„,.!,..., 180
many.
Address
George
faults,
box
313,
in bicycles, motorcycles and supplies. eally prepai'LMl fertiliser. It (.'uts better
Phono 72-W.
avonue, in,celebration of Mr..MacRed Bank.
Auto tires ond accessories. Corner ol results and *aves yuu (ID to 70 per cent.
GENEEAL HOVSEWOBK. '
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Kellnr's 26th anniversary as rector
"ront and Osborn street. Keyport, N. J ,i trial will convince you. I!. S. CompYoung colored Eli'l wiHlies position .In
ASPARAGUS BOOTS FOB SAXE.
FLO JUSTS.
. HOBSE FOB BALE.
,of tho church. On behalf of the con- cnrmll family; no washing. Phone 745ton, sole 'agency, l.">"» Main street, KeansFifty thousand two-year-old French
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Big
gray
work
bor^e
for
sale
nt
reaKettel
RECOBES BOUGHT.
W
Ited
Bunk.
burg, X. J. Soil tests free.
gregation Thomas Voorhis, ono of
Palmetto roots, from, imported seed. sonable price; can be driven in doublo
ICO
Uonner
Any old Victor or Columbia talking
William
VanMater,
Sr.\
.Keyport,
JC,
j
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tho church officials, presented Mr.
. ,, .. .. llifl
or single harness; HOUIUI, good wind. maohino records you are tired of hearing
nowion
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WANTED.
MEASDBE YOUB PICTURES I .
Apply to Joseph Stvulu, Riverside drive, ' wlU'buy in any quantity. Jo cents for
ur. W
W. K e n n e d y . . , . ! . . 157
MacKellnr with apurse,of ?1B5. The
Young girl wnntod for general house- Piiono 317-J.
Frames llttc-d free while t^alo Is on; ana
lied Bank.
.en-incli size, 25 cents for twelve-inch. 10 per cent ol"f on oil regular prices.
nioH Kennedy
t.
clerRyman responded with a few re- U'ork. State wages. AdJreHs W., box
COWS
WANTED.
Address P. O. box 205, Asbury Eai-k, N.'J, Measure your pictures. 20XM frames',
eltus
•.. 131
Dry cows wanted to board until pas- TREES TEIinviED AND SPBAYED.
marks. The rest of the time was 313, Red linnk. '
85 cents; 1GX20 frames, 50 cents; 14x17
ture conies or until fresh, reasonable.
All kind.*) of tret-s trimmed and WHITE LEGHORN LATINO PULLETS. frames, 40 cents; .smaller sixes In prospent in general sociability and a deTOP B O n FOB SA1E.
Will
call
for
same.
Address
Cows,
box
sprayed; alno grapes and shrubbery. Old
Mnnaaquan gravel nnd bluestone 313, Red Dank.
lightful evening vies enjoyed. Mr.
As I am crowded for room, I will .sell portion. GlasH extra. Bring in your own
trees
cemented
and
put
in
good
condU
dcrcenlngs;
will
deliver
same.
Charles
of these lilgh-ehiss pullets from our glass; we will cut nnd lit it free of
NEW BOAT CLUB MEMBERS.
MacKellar preached a special 'anni- Burd, Rod Bank.
Hon., John 1*. IOvans, Harrison avenue, 10'J,
layers at $1.50 each, In lots.of 20 cliargo. The Dlckopf Art Shop.
BUILDING r O B BENT.
Red Bank.
,^,- . heavy
versary
sermon
on
Sunday,
JV
more,
L'has. D. Cleveland, Sunnybrook
To let for factory, market or separate
(Thirteen Received by Monmouth"
FABM MACHINEBY
TREES! TEEESI TBEEB!
Farm, Eatontown, N. J. Phone 2130-R.
stores,
from
April
1st,
large
hullillng
on
Boat Club Monday Night.
BABGAnr.
of all kinds, Including the genuine Oliver
Choice maple trees for wale. Irving Wharf avenuo. Apply to Harry Haw•
FIRE AT WESTSIDE.
chilled plows and repair*. Aemo spike,
Pretty little six-room house, electric
VanUrunt, Leonard and Third streets, kins, Red Bank.
CHICKENS WANTED.
, Thirteen/' persona were elected to
lights/-range, bath; be"tween high school
Will pay the highest market prlco for spring touth ;iml doiibleMllxc harrows;
membership in the Monmouth boat Damage of $100 Cauied in Charlei Fair Haven, N. J.
and town. Price $2,200; $500 down, bal- old fowl or youiiH chickens, alive or Meeker harrows, Kureku fertilizer disFIXTURES FOB BALE,
ance on mortgage. Inqulro of Box 75, or ilressea"; also strlctiy fresh eggs in trade. tributors, .single and ilouliie-row Kureka
"club of Eed Bank on Monday night,
rOBNISHED
BOOMS.
Earlier
shop
fixtures
for
sale,
all
comThorpe's House.
Inquire of G. Dicta & Sons, grocers and potato planters, Hoover polnto .planters.
Pleasant, furnished rooms to desirable plete, In good condition. Can he seen any broker.
(They are • Pierre A. Proal, W. G,
butchers,- 123 West Front street, Red Insecticides of nil kinds carried In muck.
Fire caused damage of about $100 parties.
lnqulro at 100 Monmouth ut Maraseio Brothers', 119 West Fcpnt
Boteler; Mort V. Pach, Wayland F.
FOB SALE.
' * Hank.
'J. H. Roberson, Freehold, N. .1.
/
street. Red Bank.
Htreet,
Ited
Bank..
in
Charles
Thorpe's
house
on
Sunset
New house, six rooms and bath, heat,
jFord, Morgan B. Eilert, Millard Fillelectric
lights,
bookcases,
guest
closets,
more Tetley, LouiB J. Sieling, John avenue Saturday night.... It is beTYPEWBITEBS FOB SALE
/CHICKENS WAKTED.
ROUSES FOB BENT. '
mirror door; easy terms; on Park placo, H. CHABK'S FUBNITUBE EEPAIR
for rent, SU5 to JU5; font $2 to $3.50
Call'or phone 468-J, -A. Rebuntelll,
Read, David Mair, M. Luther Snvidge, lieved the fire was started by a cat
Houses for rent from $13, 514, ?18,opposite high school, Box 75, or your ilepartinent, 31) Montnuuth .street. Phono and
per
month.
We have .sold nearly ono
Ited
Bank
JU71'.—Baby
carriages
repaired,
knocking
a
bundle
of
carpet
against
corner
of
Shrewsbury
avenue
and
River
$20 up to (75. 'Money to loan, Francis own broker.
Andrew White, Thomas S. Field and
painted and upholstered; new liroa and thousand typewriters in and near Perth
White* agency, Moumouth, at Broad
Tames E. Smock. The club no\v has the parlor, stove. Alonzo Sedlock, street, lied Bank.
Amboy.
May
we sell you one for your
wheels
put
on.
All
kinds
of
furniture
street,
Rod
Bank.
INCUBATOES—BROODERS.
business an,I to educate your children?
212 members. Hereafter all initia- who lives across tho street, saw the
BOY WANTED.
Buckeye incubators and Security oil repaired, painted, polished and upliol- Rental to apply on purchase price. 10
Boy wanted to wash dishes and help
SPECIAL.
tion fees will be deposited in the sav- blaze and he hurried over to the
burning and Standard coal burning sterufT.
per cent off fer cash. Coniegys Bros.,
In tlio kitchen, Apply a t G9 Broad
Legs of lamb, 22 cents a pound; prime brctoders. Sales ngents for Mtmniouth
ings department of the Second na- Thorpe house, calling to Charles Le- street.
224 Smith strei't, I'ortli Amboy, N. J.
Red Uolik.
rib roast, 20 cents a pound. Kconomy county, Dunroblli Kami, Red • Bank.
HEMSTITCHING.
Opposite C..R. Ii. station. Phone 339-W.
tional bank as a sinking- fund, and Maistre as he went. - They awakened
Meat and Grocery .Co., 102 .Shrewsbury Phone 079.
Buttons,
plaiting,
pinking
done
on
THdlffBON ts itATTHEWS OO.
avenuo, Red Banlc
»|he running expenses of the club will Mr. Thorpe and the blaze was put out
prenn.ses; remodeling, nil hinds of sewCOTTAGE FOB SALE.
General contractors, well drillers and
ing done. Novelty trimmings for sale.
.•pe met with the money obtained from with a few pails of water. A pair houso
EtTBEKA POTATO CUTTEBS.
Seven rooms, all Improvements. Inmovers. Office, Herbort street
Out-of-town orders promptly tilled, G
Cut your seed potatoes with tile Eu- Hruad
iflue?. The treasurer reported that of silk portieres, a linen table cloth Red Bank. Phono 013,
DANBOBN'S WXCA2U1&11IG} FLASTt
cluding steam liont, gas and hot water;
street,
KrMel
building.
One
Expert vulcanizing done promptly and reka machine. It saves a lot of time;
telephone connection; largo lawn, garden,
ihero was $466 on hand, not includ- and some clothing were burned and
reasonably. Bring your tire work here does very satisfactory work. Hundreds flight up.
fruit trees, grnpo arbors; only 30 mlnFOBS BODY WANTED.
Ijing'a sinking fund of $100 started some of the furniture was damaged,
and be convinced. 64 White street, Red 1of them In use. C. H. Jtoberson, Frceules from City Hall, New York; best
Ford
touring
body
nnd
top,
A-l
condiLEGAL FAFEB9.
I Monday night. The club will hold a
-old, X. J.
schools and churches,' Including high and
tion nnd reasonable. P. O, box 593, At- Bank. Phone 32-M.
affidavits.,
ackhowledgmenta,
leases,
normal schools; terms reasonable. Infpociable Friday night.
lantic lllghlanils, N. J.
PREPAREDNESS MEETING.
jond
and
mortgages,
deeds,
etc.,
preof H. V. Marks, 11ll South Cochran
BAY AND POTATOES FOB SALE.
HATCHING BOOS, EABY CHICKS.
pared by me. In my office from eight quire
Richmond 11 III. L. I., N, Y. Phona
Two hundred barrels of Green MounB —«•••-••—
Single comb ^Vliite Leghorns, Slnplo
TYPEWR1TX.B0
'
to six. Edward W. Wise, Justice avenue,
It Was Hold at the Town Hall on
Richmond Hill S79-W.
tain potatoes, Northern seed last year; comb Rhode Island Reds; can fill orders o'clock
for.snlo,
ront
and
exciinnge;
Underwood,
of
the
peace,
room
7,
Eisner
building.
I; WARRIORS PINE ON PIG,
also
good
mixed
hay
at
?I5
per
ton.
John
Friday Night.
for
eggs
promptly.
Will
book
orders
for
Red Bank.
Remington, Smith Premier.ond Monarch, Dolon, Everett, N. J.
baby eliicks. H. h. Roach, Ii. F . D. No.
HOUSES FOB BBuT AND BALD.
I! foil. Men of Red Bank Had a Feait An address on "Preparedness" was Trubln Uros., Red Bank.
1, Red Bank.
Hatching- Eggs ana Baby Chicks.
Now five-room bungalow for sale, •»
given Friday night at the borough
WIBE
SO
HOOAN.
TO
WISE
SI _•.,
Wedneiday Nighl.
Rlioile
Island
Reds,
heavy
winter
layrent
for $12 a month furnished, or 19 at
FA.BM FOB BENT.
house and do all'tfour work In the
I
Thirty persons attended n pig hall by Albert H. Staub, who is conBAND CLOTHES WANTED. ing strain eggs by the nutting or 100.month unfurnished, for winter only. AIM
Twcnty-acro farm for rent. Apply to your
electrical line. All work guaranteed. SECOND
Will pay highest prices for your old Now booking orders for baby chicks. a twelve-room house with Improvement!,
I, -oast held by Waconia tribe of Red nected with the American Red Cross George A. Llpplncott, 15 Oceanport ave- George Hogan, 6 McLaren street, Red
clothing If in good condition, men's only. Hatches coming off every week after gas and water, a t $15 n month furnished*
jijVlQn of Red Bonk Wednesday night. society. Ho commended the work of nue, Long Branch, N. J,
Bonk. , Phone. 6?0-R. •,•;,(
) Estimates cheerfully given. Phone 18- March sth. Junior Red Yards, Red Bank. or $12 a month unfurnished for wlntev
I B.j Allen Parker donated the pig. the Eed Cross society a t Red Bank
U, or call Herman Levin at 95 Shrews- Phone 3S5-R,
only, or will rent tho year cr!""i<l. Can
WASHING.
BOOHS r o s BENT.
I William Emory, of Oceanic, district and urged that the armory be used :
bury (.venue
be seen any time. Mill's Vll'a, bet«vs«
u
Have
your
washing
done
nt
the
Jersey
v
Cloan,
comfortable,
furnished
rooms,
HOUSE OWNEBS, ATTENTION.
Campbell's Junction nnd Leonardo. Mr»,
1 Wrt&t 'sachem, and his staff installed as a depot for Eed Cross' supplies;
Coast
laundry.
Family
wash,
rough
dry,
*a», hath and heat; 12 and ?3. 34 WashDont put oft that repairing or altera- B. Frank, R. P., Atlantic Highland*, N. Ji
OABPENTEB
AND
EUEODEB.
Stfhe following officers:
Moving pictures of the war in Europe ington
SO cents; flat work lronecl,-, 15 cent*. -We'give all wo can for what we get, tion any longer. Get Ifeekman on the
street. Red Bank.
I i Sachem—Edward A. Pomphroy.
Phono'204
Bed
Bank.
were shown. Despite the snow storm
job
anil
have
it
done.
Prices
right
and
FABM FOB BEtTT.
Enroka Fortllizor Distributors.
Instead of getting all we can for what
a Senior sagamore—B. Allen Parker.
there was a large attendance,
The sale of this machine has'execoded
Scvcnty-ncre farm for rent. Apply to
we'filve. Benjamin Glover, carpenter satisfaction guaranteed. J., T. neekFVBNFTUBE.
I i Junior sagamore—William H. Underand builder, 21 Bank street, Red Bunk, man, 220 Monmouth .street, Red BanK-. my expectation*. Farmer* aiipreciato
George A. Lipplncott, 1G Oceanport aveFine
cherry
sideboard
for
sale,
large
Piiono
596-W.
the real value and merit of a two-row
l'lione C15-R.
nue, Long Branch, N.- J.
jU'.vood.
glass over top; also some other pieces
distributor, othei'.s know that It Is the
SIX NEW MOOSE.
HJJ Prophet—Cliarles L. Cook.
of furniture. Apply to Mrs. Alice Hen- BHBEW8BUBY BXTEB FxtONl LOT.
be.st method of applying commercial^
SOBE THEOAT BEMEDY.
DOO>
B'jClliof of records—Harry N. Watts.
(lricksoh,
Broad
street.
If your throat-and tonsils are sore and fertilizer for the .successful, raising of
Boston brlmlle, white nutrlts. Liberal
One-half acre plot on Shrewsbury river
I !i Collector of wampum—Alfred Bot- The Lodge/Will *HoTd Its Election oi reward
good crop of potatoes: can be used to
for tho return to Meadowhrook
front for sale at most reasonable price. Inflamed, uso Klnmonth's Sore Throat aside
IjJlcheiv • - •
''
Officers Tomorrow.
the rows. Tills Is the new
TETJOK FOB SALE.
Farm, Shrewsbury, N. J.
Plenty of shado trees; sandy beach. Ap- Remedy. You will get quick arid per- tUylo dress
1
• I, Sannnp—Timothy Hounllian.
machine. It will distribute in rown
One-ton Koehler truck in flrst-claes ply for terms to William H. Hlntelmann, manent relief. • No family should be
William
Chandler,
Jr.,
William
M : c rGuard of the wigwam—Georgo Parfrom 28 to -IS Inchon wide.' Order your
condition, new engine Just installed; Rumson. N. J.
without
It.
Kept
by
all
druggists.
Norman, Patrick Kearney, George
ly QET TOVB SIOVBS BEPAIBBD.
machlno so tbut yon will have It when
price $150. Delicious Orchards, ISatonPrice 25 cents.
|
Gunrd of tho forest—John Senton,
Let us repair your stoves now. L. town, N. J. R. R. No. 1,
ready to plant. C 11. ltoberson, FreeWorthley, William Morrell and Cecil
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED.
& Son, West Front street and
hold,
X. J.
if ' '
•-.-•
Lediard were elected to membership Schwartz
TO
CLOSE
ESTATE.
Middle nged or elderly woman preMaple avonue, Red Bank.
,
MAID
WANTED.
A 250-acre farm for sale; about 80
ferred; light work In family of two;
IPARTY ON WORTHLEY STREET. in the Red Bank lodge of Moose
Maid wanted for general housework; cood home -must be considered more acres woods, Eaton town-Tinton Falls
SALESMAN WANTED.
Thursday night.
Tho election of
JUNK A V T O B .
Call between seven and eight o'clock In than wages. Address Good Home, box road; good house, tenant house, barns,
World's largest manufacturer* want n
u •
Will buy for Bpot cash any auto, no the evening at Mrs. F. "L. Manning's, 34 313, Red Bank.
good land In unlcept condition. John ilffa-clnss.salesman for autoillntic musi..
i;Hr». Edward F. Aiay Su'rpriied Lait lodge officers will be held tomorrow matter the condition. Address Junk Leroy place, Red Bank.
Hankinson, executor, Glen Moore, N. J., cal Instruments for cafes, hotels, resnight, and there will be a. contest Autos, box 3X3, Red Bank, '
•I .
Saturday Night.
or your broker. • . •
•.
, • • taurants,, confectioneries nnd theaters,
TOMATO SEEDLINGS FOB SALE.
WANTED.
ranging in 'price from $5011 to $30,000.
A surprise birthday party was "between Joseph A. Hickey and WilTomato seedlings ready to transplant
BOSSES
FOB
SALE.
'
Stout
two-wheeled
breaking
cart;
must
Permanent future assured to a man of
liam
Randall
for
the
office
of
dictator.
LIGHT
TEAM
FOB'SALE.
to
cold
frames
will
bo
on
sale
all
Ihi?
yen Saturday night for Mrs. Edbig calibre. Will assist with advertisThree horses for sale, excellent work- be In :go'od condition and cheap. Ad- niohth at Stllhnan farm, Katoutown,
Team
of
small,
bay
horses,
at
StillThe
lodge's
memorial
service
will
be
yard F . Asay of Worthley Btreet.
irs and drivers. Apply to Victor Me. dress, giving particulars, -to Breaking N. .T. Price $1 per box o£ about 700. man farm, Uatontown, N. J. Fine for ing campaign nnd follow up system.
Cart, box 313, Red Bank.
The guests were Mri and Mrs. Oscar held Sunday night, April 15th, at the Clnsltey, Mlddletown, N. J.
peddler, hackman or small truck fanner,' Only a man of big capacity'ami earainff
Phono 2129-R.
in good condition; fast and strong. Very power wanted to represenK us lu Red
aill; Mr. nnd Mrs. Morvin Francis Empire theater. •
EUCHEE.
BLACKSMITH AND HOBBESHOEB.
cheap for quick sale. . Phone 2129-R. Bank and vicinity on a straight commisHOBSE FOB SALE.
ind daughter Christine, Mr. and Mrs.
sion basis. The Rudolph Wurlitzer Co.,
Patriotic Order of Americans will
. Frank Gray, practical horseshoer. Tho
On
trolley line.
One six-year-old bay horse; 16M>
113-118 West 40th Htivct, Now York.
Father and Son-Dinner.
Brick Shop, 19 Mechanlo street. Estab- hold a euchre Monday evening, March 'hands high, guaranteed sound," works
,Vdrren Dennis and daughter Marcia,
12th,
at
Mrs.
George
Leo's,
Sunset
avelished
15
years
In
Red
Dank.
CUSTOM
HATCHING.
single
or
double,
any
spot
or
place.
C.
L.
tire". George Lewis and Mrs. Barbara
About Bixty persona attended the
nue. Admission 15 cents.
Smith, Port Monmouth, N. J. Phono
My Incubator is now ready to hatch
70 BABBELS OF POTATOES
(reyer.
^
.
father and son dinner at tho ChrisYOUNG MAN WANTED.
ti-3 Kennsbtirg.
your eggs as usual; compartments hold can be successfully planted In one day
HOBSE FOB SALE.
tian association Friday night. The
150 eggs; price 3 cents per egg. Reliable with a two-row Kuivka potato planter.
Young man wanted In Insurance ofUco;
Good
horse
for
sale.
Have
no
use
for
and cfllclent service. Chns. D, Cleveland, One farmer Hfatcs 'that his machine
Albert Ii. Ivlns,
Shooting Match Tomorrow.
ASPARAGUS BOOTS.
dinner was served by the women's must be good penman.
sarno as 1 have bought'nn autoniobllo.
Register building1, Ited Bnnk.
100,000 French and Palmetto asparagus Kunnybrook Farm, Katontown, X. J. would not nii.sH one in 5110 drops.- Tho
Apply to A. Schmidt. Worth-ley and Mo- roots
, The monthly shoot of the Mon- auxiliary of the association, after
... machine is light draft, docs not pull
for sale; also Airedalo nnd shop- Telephone 2130-R,
cliunlc
streets,
Red
Bank.
which
addresses
were
made
and
a
GIEL WANTED
iiiouth county sporting association
herd watch dog, Address V. VanDorn,
any harder than a single-row machine.
for
general
housework;
must
be
good
GOING
SO
MOVE?
musical
program
was
given.
Half-Mlle
road,
Middletown
township,
The costis very little more thnn a sinMil be held on the grounds of the
; MAGIC BSOODEBS,
cook. Apply at* 178 Garfleld avenue, o r
P. O. Rod Bank.
Before moving or beforo putting youi gle-row machine. Kvery machine guar.
-»••
»
•iiversido gun club at Red Bank toAlso the Hill Colony brooders. These
telephone- Long Branch 115-J.
articles in storage get my figures. Mj anteed to do good work. Consider tho
machlnos aid successful poultry raising.
largo storage warehouse and my methoo labor saving. I have .~-oId over :i car of
ndr'row, beginning at one o'clock,
BOOMS FOB BENT.
Money for Wnr Sufferers';
-..an supply you from' stock. C. II.
BABE COINS BOUGHT.
For rent, one or two unfurnlshe.t of trucking will get you a fair figure. the.so planters and <HstrltnitnrH. - My
fhe. events will consist of four fifThe Red Bank committoe for the
Roberson, Freehold, N. J.
E. J. Rellly, 51-63 Mechanic street, R60 present supply Is limited. Order bel'oro
1SS<
dime,
S
mint;
COKIO
cents,
186G;
ronms,
very
reasonable;
also
one
small
:eo;ri-bird matches and two. twenty- relief of war sufferers haa forwarded many others. Sumnor Evans, 9 Borgen
-» It Is too late. c. If. Roberson, Freehold,
furnished room; suitable
for gentleman, Bank. Phone 282.
POSITION WANTED.
N. J.
,ird events. A merchandise prize will ?643 to the American Jewish relief place, Rc,d Bank. Phono C80-J.
$1,25 per week. Apply1 at 41 Mechanic
Young woman would llko to care for street, Red Rank.
BARRED BOCK EGGS
;o\to the shooter making the high committee. The money was donated
and not as companion for invalid or
for hatching, by the setting or hundred,
SUBSET
AVENUE
COT
FOB
SALE.
core, This will be in addition to at an entertainment a short time
PLUMBING WORK.
bred from prize winner, hen hatched,
Lot 50x150 feet, on Sunset avenue, for aged lady. State particulars. Address
FOB SAXE.
Jjhe ensh prize.
ealo cheap. Apply to Helen Swing, 338 Z. C, box 313, Red Bank.
Six-room cottage, two acres of land, farm raised stock: also three cockerels
Plumbing, heating and tinning worn
ago.
Slireivsbury nvenue, Rod Bank,
suitable for gardening or poultry, spring for breeding. Mrs, Louis Soffel, Over- of tho beat kind done quickly and at #
WANTED.
of natural water, fruit trees; price $1,100 look farm, corner tlio llalf-Milo road.
.'•'•
Ice Boatmen t o Meet.
• .KAX.F HOUSE TOB. BENT.
Send mo full particulars of your farm cash. Apply to Airs, clalr-Hardy, Broad Postolllco Red Bank.
fj,
reaaonablo figure.: .Let me give eitlGASOLIHE ENQINB FOB SAI.E.
On Wost Front street, Apply to A. M. Four-h,,p, tvnsollno cnRlnc for sale, In for ront or salo; clients wailing. Charles street, Keyport, N, J.
A. meeting of tho North Shrewa Wels,
roates. Work guaranteed. D. H. B««415 West 24 th street, Now
Rod Bank,
DO YOU NEED A H I W AWNINO1
Orst-claHM condition; IIIKII grade make Hyllested,
,ury ice yacht club will be held toYork. Phono Chelsea 1130.
If so, let Snnborn figure on the Job.nett, Fair Haven. N. J.
Dorbcck's garage, West End, N. J.
DIAMOND BBACELET LOST
HOBSE AHD WAOON POO SALE.
norrow night nt the clubhouse at the
between Hed Bank and 10 Kant SOtl. Export service, moderate prices, wort
Cull at H. M. 'Alton's, Jllddlctown,
SHBEWBBUBY DAStY.
odt of Broad street. The decisions N, J., or phono 7'.I5-.T.
DESK WANTED.
street. ,\cw York city, diamond platinum guaranteed. HOUBO and store awnings • POULTRY FARM FOR SALE
;
Milk1 and cream. Special milk ior bracelet wlth'Mbout 25 diamonds. Lib- specialty, Banbora's awning and carpel
Roll-top desk wanted. .Mention price
f the regatta committoe relative to
Thi'eo acion, nil Impi'iivi'monts; prlco
babies.
December
1st
pint
bottles
will
' HIDES BOUGHT.
and condition of desk. W. A. Clayton
eral reward If returned to'115 East SOth cleaning works, 54 Whlto itreot, Re*
Jaces this season will bo mado public
be II cents nnd cream 17 centa half pint. Htroet, Xew York city.
$fi,O0O; $1,5111) down, buliuu'e easy payBank. Phone 32-M.
I buy nil Iclmls of hides. H. RItznu, & Dro., 47 Bl'oad street, Rod BanK.
Tolephono 459-W Red Banlc.
ind challenges from tho Long Branch Phono 120-J Hod Bank.
ments. Also - Cyphers. Hlumtani Incuf;e yncht club for next Bonson will bo
n E BED BANK HAIE PARLOR.'
DELIVEBY CAB r O B BAI.E.
orH, :MU-efi"fi; rapiU'ily, for nalc. Junioa
BED BANK DAXBY. FORD FOB SALS,
jfflciolly ncccptcd. After tho busi- 1 Inrjulre of A, Tnuncnliuiim, West
A 191,1 Hupmobllo delivery eitr. In A-l WHITE WfcANBOTTE COCKEBEES
Bplendld milk for babies, from Dr. H. Khnnipooing, scalp and facial maSFago Loildy, KoiiiiKluirK. N. J.
condition, nil now tlroM, for-salo ehonp. for sale, $3 to $5 each: bred from Fells Fahnestock's Shadow Brook Farm. All with an electric vibrntof; mnnicuiing,
e s meeting refreshments will be Front street, Ited Itaiili.
Martin .Sehwarz, Toma River, N, ,T.
and Martins, Regal Htralns; also eggs Bnnltary precautions taken In our care switch making ond children's linlr cutfor hatching, $I.r,0 pur 15; $C per 100,of milk and cream, Charles A. Mc-ting. Open Friday evenings from 0:00
lowed.
FARM FOR SALE.
n. nnzAV.
to 9:30. Room 10, Eisner building, Red
U. B. Gant, Oceanport, X. J.
MONET TO IOAN
Claskoy, phone 4G3-M.
Romovor of Goad animals, Rol Bank,
,.;. ,
•»•»
Poveiity-two iH'i'OH soil them expomiro;
Bank. Phono S02-M.
on first bond and mortcoffo on Improved
N. J. Tolophono 129-J.
! Hat Renovating Machine.
lotn oi' fruit j sttinn 11oust1, exL-ollont
EABLY VEGETABLE PLANTS
property in sums to suit borrowers. AlFOB BENT.
PLOWS 1 PLOWS I PLOWS!
, George Neoglow, proprietor of the
by tho' hundred or ll\oii^and; cabbage,
COW WANTED.
ston Boekman, attorney. Rod Bank.
wntcr; IS uiilotf from Now York on TiiHt
Up-to-date apartment nn Spring Mi-eot,
Oonnhit!
Oliver
eliilk'd
plows
mul
retomato,,
popper
and
oKiiplnnts,
all
variFreBh,' pood milker.' H. Unrrolt, Shore
plympia Bhoo shine and hat rcnovntsix rooms, combination hath and wash
Prlco
C, L.. Smith, Tort Monmouth, tub, range, hot and cold wnUu1; $1K to pairs are sold only In ['"Yeehold by me. line, .1 '*j nii1en from station.
srsAWnimnY PI.ANT;S F O E SAES. eties.
ng; parlor in the-Weaver building, roniVl'ort'Munnioutli, N. J.
genuine repairs bear tlio Oliver trailu ?J,JOO. "Kngiy,' tlio Kn'nn Man," Trensmall finnlly. Apply to 11, Tros, Urancli All
J'jV/jrboarlnyr Htrawheny plants, 25 for N. J. Tltono i:i-J Kc'-iimburg.
fas' recently received his diploma
inarlt.
The
genuine
wear
longer
und
;<re
ton,
N.
J.
avenue-. Phono fi-13-R.
BOnEBT PIEItOE,
U.j cc/nts: 50 for 11,20; 100 for >2. Holeasier to put CJII your plows. C, II.
rtfm a hat renovating school. He Declined auctioneer. Rcaldcncc, iO \\'hlto land/farm,
OYFBEBB INCUBATOBS.
Atlantic lIlRhlninl.i, N. J.
Uobersun, l-'reeliohl, N. J.
Order your lncubntm'H.rrom mo. Yon
^
FABM FOB SALE.
ua installed a machine in Jhis plnco Hti'cot. Phono 30 fled Itunk,
River Property For Sale.
/HOUSE CI.II'PEB WANTED,
will reccivo tho gehutmt Cyphers standFarm of 100 acres on Colt's Neck rond,
f (business which will Bew straw
HOUSE COB SENT.
Horse clIiMier.lnKood coiulrlloii. Wrlto ard Incubator; three uly.-'H In stock, C, known as the Georgo WIlklllH farm, for
HOUSE r o n SALE.
At t-'uir Hnvort. j Smnil, nId-fuHliioii«l
•raid and with which ho can remodel
HOUHO of Hlx rooinit, nil linrrovomonto, or phono l:nl<o Aliirlon Ico (.'o., Mon- H. Rotierson, Freehold, N. J.
salo; must be sold to settlo o.statp, InModern seven-room house, butler's
mouth nml Wost streotH, Ro<l Hank. '
122. Address Dox 117, Hcd Hank,
ftraw hats into any doalred shapo.
(luiro nf GeorKo WiUchis, Jr., or Welling- pnntry, tubs, hardwood floors, electric auHo, nteiim liont.Mmtli, oti'.j nliont %
ton Wllklns, executors.
FIFE.
lights, liut nir hent, conl nnd gas ranges; ncro of Kvoutit], IIIKII olfViUlnii; 110 fcot
Tltio^
largo" garage; price reasonable; terms river frontline, rlpni'lnn ri^lit,
CESBPOOIB.
KlRht hundred feet of lVj-lnch Iron
PIOHOHB r o n B M , E .
easy. Apply lu broker, or owner, 77 guurnntccMl l>y Title (iiinmnteo nnd TniHt
Cesspools and toilets clennea. 19, H. pipe, 'gonil oonilltion, H cents per foot:
, Home from the Hoapital.
Twenty plRcoim nt II) centH onch. ApCOUNTRY PBOEEBTY .WANTED.
Wallace street, Red Bank.
Gallon, Rumson Neck Farm, 1/oonard also small hot water ln'Uler, Duurobln
Havo
cash
buyers,
hirtftf
and
sinal.
, Miss Estolla Grant of Linden plnco, ply nt 71) Branch avcntio, Hcil linnk,
Co.
of
N.
J.
Apply
to
Mrt/.
Coo,
!•:.
r»nilavenuo, Fair Ha/cn, N, J, P. O, box 178. Farm,' Red Banki Phono 579.
farms; also Blioro properties, Send docows TOE SALE.
ifhb recently underwent an operaRoii, ,$7R Wost JKlot KtrcL't, Now York
a m i •WANTED.
Hcrlpttons; will Inspect. George W.
cows, lIolHtelnH, 20-quurt mlllc- City, oi: nny agent. "
BI&LIABD AND POOIi TAD1E
/
\ioti for appendicitis nt tho Long
BODAl 1I1
FODNTA1N
FOB
BASE
CHEAP
Zuckor, graduato -agriculturist, Klnncy rrs;Twelve
A white fflii for light houHoworlc. Aiv
(JuernseyH nnd Jerseys; sonie good
for snip. Bovnn-font Hurrou'oH coniltlna- i, n n". . " t0-dat , 0 ™l111 fountain with car- building, Newark, N. .1.
ply at "7 Wallace utreol, ICod Bnnlt,
pra'nh hospltnl, has returned homo.
family
cows
and
sonio
good
dairy
COWH.
tlon
lillllam
and
pool
(alilo,
alraoHt
now.
bonator, complete, pracllrally now; nt
Reason for .selling, going out of milk WELL ROTTED MANURE.
'•Buck McKoo of Oakland street is
mOVOLB WANTED.
AddroHH Tool Table, liox 31S, QM Hank, Kenimburg. Address A. L. Mooro 40
IHBtlBE WITn THE
bu.slneHH, Frank Huckley, Shrewsbury,
T.lttlo Rirl'H bicycle III good condition
ome from tho Long Branch hospital,
Harrow stroot, Now York City,
Now Is tlio tlmo to plac« orders for
KrnnelH White ngenc'y. Do not wal. N\ J. C. M. Patterson farm.
AddrcflH
IJIcyolo,
liux
313,
Hod
llank.
POSITION
WAHTED.
until tho lire CICIMU'-I, Ihen worry. Let
ho was operated on.
veil rotted ulnblo maniirs ot natural
Chnuffour, ,'M years of nge,. private, 1D-ACBE FABM FOB SALE OB BENT. tho liiRiiranco compnnlps take tho rink
HATCHING
EQ03
APAnTUENT FOB, BENT.
careful driver, oxiiorlnnwd; refurent'es,
Near Oeeauport, near trolley and mill Hnvo you tlio worry. Monmouth at for Ralo, from vigorous Mingle. Comb Humus, contnlnlnsr nioro potnsh, phosCozy, llltlo npurtinont (in Wavorly Address Chauffour, box r,7, Keiinsbui'U, school;
half-acre bearing strawberries, llrnad street, Rod Hunk.
Party at Atlantic Hlrjhlandi.
lthodo Island Rods; excollont laying phoric acid nnd nitrogen In available
|)l[ic(!i ronuonnMo ront, AddrosB Inter- N. J.
rldi soil; eight-room house. Mrs. B, 15.
strain nnd best breeding slock; by tho form to tbo unit than moat commercial
, The S. 8. club of Atlantic High- view, box 313, Red llnnli. .
Tabor, 15 Jackson street, Long, Branch,
SEEDS FOB HOTBEDS.
setting or hundred. Orders taken for
N. J,
lands gavo n party Monday night in
Xnoubator
and
Eroodora
Fov
Balo.
Tomntoes, poppers, It'ttm'o, parsley day-old eliielm. Iflonl ltcd Yards, 28 fertlllzera nt tlio present tlmo. CarloaiJ
OIBI, WANTED.
Ono Prnlrlo Stnto Incubnlnr, 240-oKff,
lota shipped promptly on all railroads
ielobration of tho blrthdnys of two
rndlHb, eggplants, cucumbers, early cel- WestHldo avenue, Rod Uank.
Olrl wniltci] nt the Hinder BCWIIIK mn- nml two hroodorfi, in A-l conilitlon, clionp
60IH.ENTSS
t>
BOH,
"
ery, calibago, cauliflower, cnbbngo onlnns,
at short notice.
Manhattan Homo
if its members, Itnlph Cossnboom "lilnc ollleo. Apply to Qeorffo AV'oods, for cash. Apply to Box S3, Mlildlotown, olgn painters. Auto lottorlng and strip- etc.
All
fre-slr
seeds,
at
Woller'H
store
Manure Co.. 143 Liberty «lrcot, N««7
WINDOW oKxTAnnra.
nd Kenneth Linzmayer, Speeches .]•., 29 Monmouth stroot, lied Bank,
ing nnd general sign work a specialty, 7 Urond Htrcnt, Roil Bank.
N. J.'
Wo'make
a'specialty
of
cleaning
vrln
TorU
City.
'
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Got
In
touch
with
us
boforo
Riving
out
vere made and pinochlo games were
dowB of stores, oflioos and private reilFOB BALE.
coxrAOE r o n BBHT.
your work. Sohlonta & Bon, Ifiatontona,
PABIS UREEN.
ilayed. '
•
also genoral ofllco oloanlni
Cottage to ront on Ueckloofi Placo, fur- jtllorso, market wuson, farm wngon, 2 N. J; .....
If nrdercd at oncp, I will accept or- doncas;
renjionablo. Satisfaction Kuaran" AUTOMOBILE BARGAINS.
nlnhod or uufiliIIIHIJOII. VITJ' ronBonahlo, WtH nf linrniisH, nil for |150. \V.\A.
ders for sumo at $30,50 per hundrci: Raton
25 West Front street, with tk<
To nialco room wo will dlnpoao uf out'
or will HI'II; IIHI'KHIM. Addroun Cottago, Clnyton & Bro,, 47 Ihoiut ntrcot, Ited
Red Bank Win. at ttailtetball.
FABUEB WANTS POSITION.
pounds rash. TIIIH IS a special offer food,
Amor lean dyera and cloancro. Pliont ntocl; of HcnimHinnd ciirfl at yreatly robox
1113,
Had
Ditnli.
,
'
•
Kxperlfinced
farmor
WIHIIPS
ponitlofi
on
and
will
not
be
hold
open
longer
than
The association' hnsketball team
3B3-W.
fnrra;
understands
tho
euro
of'stock
and
two
weeks.
C;
H.
HoberHon,
Freehold,
duced
prleeH, '1'hlH |tt your ehaiiro,
rumnsiTED JIOOMB. Jofeatod tho Pnrlin powder works
ban had experience with all kliiiln of N, J.
cnioicBtr ixonsB WANTED. ' ,
SHOE nEPAiniNG AT BHOBT NOTXCB l'ncliaid laiindaulet, lk'Tliiiilt llinouxlno,
Nice, lirlulit. sunny, front looms for
!eam at Parlln Thursday night by a
Small chicken lioiioe, about 24-lien ca- liinrjilnory, , V, O. box <25;*: Shrewsbury,
Lcavo
yourf
shoos
when
you
como
to
rout,
furnluneii
In
milto
or
slngloi
with
FOB BALE.
'coro of 00 to 22. . The association or without board: Improvement!!. 103 pacity; must bn ronannnblo and In good N, J.
town nnd tlioy.wlll bo repaired for you Oulllluu HIIIIIIIUIIIO, l'li'i'co Afrow ]linSixteen aei*€H of land, partly sot to by tho tlmo you nro ready to go home. OIIHIUO, I.oconiolillo lliiioimlno, (.'adlllnci
condition, Aililrcss 8., box, 313, Ited
ivo will play at homo Friday night Droiul utroot, ltcd Hunk. J'liono 15a-It.
fruit, on lino mail, two minutes from Flret-clnss material and oxport workmel 1P1I1 8-oylliidor lourliiK, Cadlllnii 1llia
WEDTBIDE MILLINERY.
Bunk.
nlnst the Freehold school team.
I anr rend/ to nccomniodnto my old rallrunil station; now six-room house togothor with modcrato prlcoa. D, A
' BASF HOUSE FOB BERT.
B. o. a. t. BXID saas son HATCHING.
miHtomerH; also now ones, with a full H»»ud water und olecti-lclty; hariiH, t'a]
08 Brood etrcot, Red Banli. Fcoai tourlnif, N'allounl 4-imnHcngor tourln/f,
-...' t " ^ L _ • • • W'
XInlf house, No. 43 Potcro place, all lino ,of aprliiK nillllnory, Jim. W, II. or adilroHH Ola Hldwell, Jlorgunvlllo Mnzza,
Jiy tho sotting or hundred. CookorolB
'rouralno 7-liannengci', O-oylliuIor toiirlmi;
10S-W.
i Poultry Club Meetinff. ,
(or lirecillnif, niiporl) elock; Inspection Improvements, fur ront, Apply to Al- Lohmann, 267 Shrewsbury avenuo, Rod
raliuqr Singer • 7-pnfl«ollKor, fl-oyllnilorl,
, Tlio Monmouth poultry jjpub will courted. SIrR. U. O. Dorr, Hrond street, bert L, Ivlns, Register building) Red Bank. ..
D
U
r
r
LEGHORNS.
American 4-paftHotiKor anil ClinnclUir 7M
Bunk.
APABTMBNT FOB BENT.
iioct tonight nt the Elks' homo Vat BhreWBliury, N, J. Neur trolley croHBl
A.
small
select
flock
for
snlo;
four
Hninll, bright, boated apartment, fur- males and nbout twouty-flvo foninlcn, In- nnHHcngor, 1010 nioilct. Thcno earn havo
BOOK DABGAINd.
Bouses ron BASS.
DADY onrcm
ight o'clock to consldor tho qucnIn loin of 50 or 100, hovoln and nils, nlttllcd or linfurnlghed, housekeeping innpullotii slrod by first Madloon been ovoihaiilod, roiiulntoil and nro Rinnt
Tliroo hounoK for Bale, ono for rent, nn
taken now for futuro ilellvory oollnnooufiboolm to nil out your library, von'Iencofl, miltnblo for (i conplo, niodorr. .eluding,
i of hojdlng a show next fall and Wnlllni; avenue,.half way from Ciunp- of Ordfin
Briuaro aarden cocltcrol, 101B. For prleo bnrffnlliH tor quick buyoiH, J, \Y, Jlounl
H. O. Whlto Loffliorn rhiclm; nlsn
10 per cent of theli original vnluo, Improvements, <!ontral location. . Cnll for nnd particulars apply to Cliniien D, Co., Jlnulo aviniin and Wiillo Htrcol, UtS
decide Jupon whoro and when it lioll'n Junction to Cttntrnl railroad depot. hntchliiK CKK'I. Unnroliln Form, Rod under
Inijulro of Ooorgo Danlai, box 310, Red mrtlculnrs at UU Went Frunt street, Rod Clevolriml, Katontown, N, J, l'liono
Caleb J.,, Mikcr, box H I , Do!ford, N,-J. Danlt.
Phono BIB.
,.,.««!
Ilanlt.
|
| Jnlt
2130-R, ,
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T H E J R E D B A N K REGISTER.
if they visited the schools. This
not the case. Besides, even if it wen
the case, that ought not to stop the
parents from visiting the schools.
JOHN H. COOK, Editor and PbUhhcr.'
GEORGE C HANCE. Associate Editor.
The schools are theirs, paid for with
their money, and they ought to know
Guinea
just what they and thoir neighbors
WN.
THOMAS IR"
are getting for. their money. But
BUBSCMPTIONPBJCB: , . .1 . . they, need not fear being unwelcom
One year
••' -5J The contrary is the case.
01* months
76
^ CHANGES CAUSED BY FIRE.
Marcus's Millinery Shop to bo Re
opened In a Fotf Day*.
Mrs. Esther Rose, proprietor of
the Marcus millinery shop, has
rented George Holmcs's building oh
Broad street, formorly occupied by
the Broad street bazar. She expects
to open business in the Holmes store
Three months
<iO
on Saturday. Mrs. Rose's millinery
business was burned out during tho
Entered at tho postofllce nt Red Bank,
Paul
R.
Radcliffe,
the
superintend
fire Saturday morning. The Holmes
N. J., as second-class matter,
. ft
ent of the Red Bank schools, in re- store
was leased last week for a term
ply to a request by The Register for of years
by
Benjamin
Horowitz,
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1917. information regarding the Red Bank proprietor of the Model cloak and
schools in connection with "Go-to- suit business. Mrs. Rose sublet the
School week," said:
building from him. She will occupy
TOfrNTALK.
"We are asking the people of Ret the
building until her old quarters
Bank
to
get
•
acquainted
with
the
. (Continued from page 4.) ..: . teachers of their children during 'Go- in tho Child building have, been rebuilt.
Mr. Horowitz will continue
Started last year as an~ experi- to-School week.' There i s , but one
ment, Monmouth county's automo- ivay of knowing what our children to occupy his present place of busibile show has become an annual ire doing in school and that way is ness until Mrs. Rose vacates " the
event and seems assured of a per- i visit now and then to the school Holmes building.
•Child Bros, have opened temporary
manent place as a county institution. while It is in session. You need not
Everything indicates that the show knock at the door of your school quarters in Benjamin Blom's store.*
Arrowsmith post and the lodges
•which will begins at Red Bank next house, when you wish to visit. Pleas
Tuesday will be even more successful oppn the door and walk. in. Take a which met in the Child building have
than the one held last year._ So far seat in the back of the room or intransferred their meeting place to
as decorations and attractions are any other convenient place and ob- the lodge room in Sigmund Eisner's
building. Mr. Eisner has donated
concerned it will rank with the auto- serve the work without disturbing the
use of the room free of charge
mobile shows_qf big rifles,. """N^ • the-class. Dont make your visit a to the
lodges. Some of the relics of
ocial call on the teacher but a call
Arrowsmith
post were found in the
for the purpose of seeing the teacher
It has not been by good fortune with
ruins
of
the fire and the post has
her
boys
and
girls
actually
a
t
that the automobile dealers of Mon-work. When you have stayed as long asked the persons who found these
mouth county have made the show as
you wish to stay, leave the room things to return them to the post
BO successful.. It was their work and s quietly
42Brpad Street, Red Bank, N.J.
as you went in. You will rooms or to leave them at Tetley's
their business discernment and com- not be considered
discourteous if you store.
mon sense which made the show such \o not say 'Goodbye'
•o • « •
to
either
a success. To them the county owes encher or pupil.
; .
GIFTS TO THE FIREMEN.
a vote of thanks, for an automobile
"You will find many interesting, Business Men Show Appreciation of
show confers many and varied benefit; to the county at large. . Partly things in the Red Bank schools. You
Firemen's Fine Work.
commercial and.partly educational in will find regular classes in session in
The fire department is being
SOOCOOCOOCOOOOOOOOOOOCSCGGOGOOOSOOOOCOGCSOC
in the morning until 3:16 lighly congratulated on its efficient
gether from widely separated locali- o'clock
in the afternoon. The periods work at the fire in the .Child building,
ties and its good results are not con- o'clock
of work in this building are forty Saturday morning and their efforts
fined to the increase which it causes minutes
in length. If you will call ias brought forth much appreciation
in the sales of automobiles.
at the office you will be directed to by those who needed their services.
1
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any class;that you may wish to visit. R. Hance & Sons and J. Kridel, who
The success of the automobile In the high school building the classes both own buildings adjoining the
show 4s an example of the success of in cooking and manual training are Child property, have each given the
co-operation. It shows what can be conducted during the morning ses- remen $100. These firms also
•done when men who are business sion. On Tuesdays and Fridays in handed out gloves to the firemen
rivals get together and work in athe afternoon there are classes in while they were at work and Mr. Kriconcerted effdrt Vastly different drawing for both boys and girls, 'jfhe lel gave away several rubber coats
and vastly more productive of good morning exercises • are held at nine ;o firemen who were fighting the fire
for the business men and the com- o'clock. Try to be present for these slightly clad. Alston Beekman has
munity at large is this method than exercises some one" morning of the also remembered the firemen with
cash contributions.
tiie usual methods of business com- week.
petition.
Commercially,, ethically
"In the Mechanic street school will
and morally it marks a great advance be found classes convening at eight BACK FROM INAUGURATION.
. over the methods of reckless nnd sel- o'clock in the morning. These classes
fish competition. It substitutes co- run until twelve o'clock, when others led Bank Troop Returned Last
operation for cutthroat competition, take their places and continue until
Night After Long Journey.
FROM FACTORY TO HOME..
and the improvement resulting from four o'clock in the afternoon. The
The Red Bank cavalry troop rethis method of doing business is even sewing and manual arts work is done :urned
ire
the best Players to buy and
at six o'clock last night from
greater than the improvement which in this building on Tuesdays in the the inauguration
;he reasons you should buy a Kimceremonies
at
resulted from the evolution of the afternoon.
The Oakland street Washington. The troop left Wash- ball Player are:
automobile from the ox-cart. .
gchool has regular sessions in all its ington at two o'clock yesterday
First—The unquestioned reputagrades from nine o'clock in the morn- morning but were delayed by hottion of the Kimball Co. for honest
ing until 3:15 o'clock in the after- boxes on the horses' cars and at and fair dealing the country over.
The roads throughout the entire noon. You will find classes in sew- ransfers. About thirty troopers unSecond—-The Kimball Player is
Eastern part of the country are ing and manual arts in this building ler the command of Acting Captain
•worse than they have been at any on Monday and Wednesday after- Foseph Swannell, Lieutenant Robert one of, the best Players on the American
market today.
noon's.
The.
Shrewsbury
avenue
Kennedy
and
Sergeant
Harry
Boskey
' time' .during the past fifteen years.
This is due to the unusual weather school has regular time classes with made the trip. The horses were
Third—The
Kimball Player Piano
of the past month. First there was the exception of grades '3 "and 4. shipped in open cars and suffered is the most durable,
strongest and
severe cold. Then came a season of Grade 3 begins work at eight o'clock :everely from the weather.
simplest of them all.
warm weather when the frost came and closes at twelve. Grade 4 takes
Fourth—Taking reputation of
out of tho ground,.leaving the roads the same room from, twelve until
Keyport Debaters Win.
porous. Then came the sharpest four o'clock. On Wednesdays in the
Piano, durability of ^Player and simThe
debate
held
at
Keyport
Friday
cold of the winter, freezing the afternoon will he found sewing and
plicity of construction into considerground to an unusual depth. Then manual arts in this building. In the light between members of the Key- ation, there is no' Player on the marlort'high school and that of South ket that will equal .the Kimball.
Beech
street
school
grades
2
and
3
came more warm weather, in
which
the. frost came out of the1 ground use the same room, the.third grade in ^mboy on "Resolved, That a compulFifth—You ought to have a Kimalmost completely. Two or three the morning and th6 second grade in iory arbitration law should 'be en'
light snows followed, churning up the afternoon. The work in sewing icted to settle all disputes on rail- ball in your home.
every rorid into deep mud. This was is done in this building on Friday roads" and other common-^carriers,"
Call, write or phone 56(Kj. "" .
in turn < followed by the heaviest afternoons. All of the above schools vas won by Kcyport. The Keyport
snow of the winter, which still lies have regular instruction in penman lebaters were Samuel Singer, and
ship, drawing and music also. The Russell Cherry, principals, and Edon the ground.
schedules of these classes will be ex- vard Maurer, alternate.
Factory Representative,
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plained to you when you visit the re" Under conditions like these no spective
Drummond Place/near Borough Hall,
schools.
For a New' Catholic Church.
road except a brick or concrete paveRED*BANK, N. J.
ment can be made fit' for travel.
"Each building will have a regisThirty persons attended a meeting
Scores of automobiles have been tration book conveniently placed. Sunday at Joseph Carillo's on Broad
stalled on the roads daily. This oc- Please sign your name some time dur- itreet to plan for a new Catholic
curs on country roads, on township ing your visit.
:hurch for Italians in West Red
"It will be an encouragement to Jank. Another meeting will be held
roads, and on roads which have never
lad any care. Each locality believes us to know that many parents and it Mr. Carillo's next Sunday and
the roads are bnd because the road others are interested enough in our iommittees to take charge of. the deofficials have not looked after their schools to spend at least an hour dur- ails of financing the project will be
;
duties. No road official, no matter ing 'Go-to-School week' in them. ippointed.
how conscientious ho may be, can Parents will probably wish to visit
keep roads fit for travel under such the teachers of their own children
•weather conditions as the East has first of all. Do not stop here, howbeen experiencing. The unusual ever, but visit as many rooms as your
•weather and not the road officials is time will permit."
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the cause of the present condition of
, Which is much superior
the highways.
What Mr! Radcliffe says about the
to present methods, and
advantages of visiting the schools of
-o-o-o-o-oRed Bank is true of. all other schools
ii also arranged for
Commissioner Kendall of the state in the county and in the state. Visits
department of education has desig- to the school will prove of interest
teaching by mail, has
nated next week as "Go-to-School and will be productive of much good.
been compiled by W. J.
week." Parents take very little per- And dont stop,going when "Go-tosonal interest in the public schools School week" 'fcPover. Keep it up.
Trainer of
After
one
or
two
visits
y'ou
will
find
and next week was set apart by Mr.
Kendall as a special time for visiting that you can co-operate wonderfully
with the teacher in helping your chilthe schools.
dren along. And dont ever forget
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that the hope of the future lies with
Over half a million children attend the children—your children and the
school every school day in New Jer- children of all other parents ,jn the
sey. Sixteen thousand teachers are state and country.
employed in the public schools. Next
to the mother of a child, the child's
Mfr's Agent
teacher probably exercises more inMANY AT ORGAN RECITAL.
P E R T H A M B O Y , N. J.
fluence on the child's life than any
Second
Recital
on
New
Organ
of
other individual. Yet there are
Bradley Beach, N. J.
Tetephono 509-M.
• plenty of mothers'in New Jersey, _L.ong Branch Baptist- Church.
probably a great majority of the A large number of persons ntmothers in the state, who have never tended the organ recital given in the
seen the teachers under whose care Long Branch Baptist church by Fredtheir children pass so great a propor- erick K. Ball Friday night. It was
the second recital given on the new
tion of their time.
pipe organ. Mr. Ball was assisted
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Housework is hard enough when
by Miss Florence Cavnnaugh of AsAll parents .should try to visit the bury Park, a soprano soloist. The ealthy. Every Red Bank woman
ON FURNITURE AND
school seme time during the coming next recital will be given Friday
is having backache, blue and
•week. Many parents have never night of next week and tho organist
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HOME FURNISHINGS
been in a schoolroom since their own on that occasion will lie Miss Sarah ervous spell3, dizzy headaches and
Bchool days ended. If they are old- Armstrong, the church organist. J. idney or bladder troubles, should be
Whether you require a tinglo
timers, they will find conditions very W. Hopping of Middletown- will be lad to heed this Red Bank woman's
piece of furniture or desire to
different from what they were in the the soloist. .
xperieneo:
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old days of fifty to sixty yeurs ago.
furnish up one room or an an'
But whether they are old-timers or
tire house, we (hall ba very glad
Mrs.
W.
H.
Marvin,
89
Washington
Died
at
Hospital.
, whether they are parents who went
treet, Red Bank, says: "I was sub- to arrange confidential credit
to school themselves ten or twelve
uOGPOGQQOOOOOOOOOOSOOQOOOOCOeOOOeoOOQGOOOCOO&OOQQC
Mrs. Emma F. Fay, widow of
to terriblo dizzy spells and at
accounts for you. No need to
years buck, they will find much to James Fay of Long Branch, died at ect
imes
I
was
compelled
to
lio
in
interest them.
the hospital at that place last Thurs- ied for days nt a time. When I was
have everyone kaow your pri* * *
day. She had suffered from heart nken with such spells, I couldn't
vate business. Wo ara direct
for over a year and had been rail:. Everything before mo'blurred
Of all our institutions the public disease
factory representatives, sell our
the hospital about two weeks. Mrs.
schools come closest to u». They in
nd spots came before my eyes. I
goods at lower prices than the
Fay
was
born
at
Long
Branch.
After
are conducted by the people for the
marriage she lived at Elberon. lso had pains across my kidneys. I
so-called cash bouses and fliro
people's children. It is there that the her
She succeeded her husband as post- /ont to a doctor a number of times
you the benefit of easy terms of
men and women who will run the master
ithout relief. I finally used Doan's
of
Elberon
and
filled
that
pocountry during the next generation
idney Pills, procured nt Cooper's
paymentuntil about a year .ago. Two
are being trained. The character of sition
•rug Store, and thoy mndo mo feel
Address
children
and
three
sisters
survive
her.
the government during the coming
ke, a different woman. Now; when
years depends on the quality of chilI feel. such an attack coming on, I
Ocean Grove Man Dead.
dren that are turned out by the pubtake Doan's Kidney Pills and-they
James D. Woglom, a well-known, give thorough relief."
lic schools. For the general welfare
P« O. Box 213,
as well as for the personal interest resident of Ocean Grove, died Friday
PERTH AMBOY, N. JT.
in children by their parents, visits to of kidney trouble. Mr.' Woglom was
GOc, at all dealers. Foater-Milburn
seventy years old and had been in o., Mfgre, Buffalo, N. Y.
the schools should be frequent.
poor health a long time. The past
nine years Mr. Woglom had been n
The old saying: "Let George do bookkeeper in the Asbury Park and
1
it;' ctftflil well be applied to theOcean Grove bank. He was an expeople's- ideas of the public schools. empt fireman. Two sisters survive
They hire teachers to run the schooft him.
find teach their children; why should
they take any more interest in the
Death of Aged Woman.
matter? "Let the teachers do it."
Mrs. Johnnna Kingston died at the
That is the stand taken by many well- home
Edward Porter of Fair
meaning persons. I t is n wrong Haven of
on Saturday. She was 88
stand. An acquaintance with the years old
nnd was a nativo of Ireteacher and a "Hello!" when you
Sugar Cured Hams
22c Prime Ribs of Beef.
For many years she made her
20c p
meet her establishes a sort of com- land.
liomc
at
ClilTwood.
funeral was
Legs
of
Lamb.
22c
radeship which encouragesthoteacher held yesterday nt St.Tho
Dixie Bacon
.20c p
Joseph's
church
and helps nil nround, The sentiment at Kcyport and burial was made in
Jersey Fresh Hams ..22c Chuck Roasts..
18c ^
of "We're paying the teachor; why
Jersey Fresh Shouldera... 18c Boston Lean Pot Roasts.. 18c
nhould we bother about the school?" the church cemetery.
is all too common. Occasional visits
Cor. sloraimioutBt [email protected][email protected]
to tile Echool would unquestionably
Long Branch Man Shot.
improve conditions and make bettor
Paaqunlo Bruno of Long Branch
• schools, better teachers and better was shot in tho leg Sunday night by
children,
Victor Julinno, who had called nt
Telephone 1050 -,
Bruno's homo for a friondly visit,
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Broad end Front Streets. Rod Bank, 19. J.
Somo pcoplo think that they would The men got- into an argument and
TELJEPHONE 3O0-M
l>e interrupting the exercises nnd that Juliana drew his gun and fired three
they would bo regarded as a nuhancc times. ^Io then mndo a hasty exit.
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I am just dosing a
CSuS>
Caoto
and can give you a special price, '
below rectory rotos
,
Spring; Street, Rod Bonk.
Phono 107.
AND
•-'V: Women's
Friday and Saturday, March gth and ioth
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MILLER MltONERY PARLORS
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Send for Our Catalogue of
Grown from buds taken from
our own bearing trees. Our
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FRANCIS J. EGAN
A NEW SCIENTIFIC COURSE
IN TYPEWRITING
lbiagIeS'SfripC4 in one>
lasy (o lay
^ex is tie name /
V e r y artistic
Invariably recommended
which are exceptionally well
rooted, are mostly from the stock
furnished by the N. J. Experimental Station. The other fellow
is so much interested in his
present big profits in grain and
potatoes that he is overlooking
the future, but;you as an .advocate of
should be more foresighted. and
see that you have some orchards
well located to protect you when
the.submarine strikes these "warbabies" without warning.
We have a full line of nursery
stock, in ornamentals as well as
Fruit Trees and Plants..
Catalogue is Free.
KIEAPONFIDEPIAL
Hightstown, New Jersey
GRAND RAPIDS FURNITURE
•o
\
I have moved my business from
West Front Street to my old stand
in the Davison Building on the
corner of Maple Avenue and Monmouth Street, Red Bank. The
change in location is the only
change—the business is being conducted on the same plan as always.
Quick service.. Good work. Reasonable prices.
what is beat for you and
will help y o u m o s t
speedily. We observe
" t h e doctor's orders"
absolutely and fill
Every PrascrlptSosi
with accuracy and precision. Bring your prescription "here and be
sure that you are getting just what the doctor
writes for
Pur© Drugs
H.C.HUBBARD.Prop.
10 Broad Street,
Red Bank.
Telephone 14S
—
Telephone 79-J
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Momnoatli County Bairoffato'i Office
In [ho matter of the K s u t o of Sarah Ai
Polltsmus, formerly Hnrah A. Strylti
dcccoflcd.
Notice to Creditors to Present Clali
Against Estate.
PurHuant to the order of JOBOPII
Donalmy, surrogate o f tho 'county'
uionmoutli, mailo on tho sixteenth day
February, 1917, on the Application
John A. DoRocho, iwhnlnlHtrator e f t
t'Btuto of Hnrah Ann PolhomuH (former
Sarah A. Btryker). deceased, notlco
'leroby Given to tho crotlltors of R
doceapod to oxhthlt -to tho flubncrlht
ndmlnlstrntor n» ixforesald, their deb1
nml domnndfl against the uald cHtoto. I)
Ocr out!), within nine wonthd from t
duto of the nforesnld order, or thoy \r1
bo forever barred o f their actions thoi
for nKnlnHt the said flubunrlbor.
Datod Freehold, N. J., February ^G
JOH&
A l W b
ITOTXGXJ,
PHINQI.B, ALEXANDER YOUNG.
Pursuant to an order of Hon. Robt
iiidlow Fowler, a Burrognto of Ni
York county, notlco Is hereby given
nil peraoim having claims against All
andor YounK Prlnule, decotiBod, lato
Eatontown, Monmouth countv, Now Ji
s»y, and formorly .of. tlia Borough
Manhattan, city, county and stato
Now York, to present tho Bame w!
vouchoni thoreor t o tho undersigned
his place of business, 20 Vcaey street,
said Borough, on or beforo Krld
August 24th, 1917.
Dated Fobrunry 16th. 1017.
QEOHQE J, GILLESPlIj
Temporary Admlnlstrat
20 Vosoy streot, Borough of Monhatt
Now York City.
II. H. IIARBY,
Attorney for Temporary Admlnlstrat
Notice of Settlement or Aocount.
Estate of James H, Sickles, doccaso
Notico Is hereby given that tho i
counts of the subscriber, admlnlstrat
of tho ostato of nald deceased, will
audited anil s t a t e d l y the surrogate
tho county of Monmouth and reported
tho orphans court of oald county,
Thursday, tho fifteenth day o f Mai
A. D,, 1S17, at which tlmo appllcat
will bo made for tho allowance of co
missions .and counsel fees,
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Dated February 2d, A. D., 191T.
SARAH C. BICKLED
notice of S s t t l n n t a t o f Aoooust.
Estate of Lizzie n . Harknens, dooonff'
Notlco is hereby fflvon that the
counts of tho subscribers, exooutorfl
tho estate of said deceased, will be
dlted nnd stated by the surrogate of
county of Monmouth and reported
sottlemont to tho orphans court of B
county, on Thursday, tlia twenty-soci
day of March, A. D., 1917, at wliich tC
application will bo mado for tho al
~.nco of commissions and counnol feci
Dated Fobrunry 2d, A. D., 1017.
MATT1E V. 1,AYSON,
JASPER P. GARRETSO1*
TAKE NOTICE
that on Tuesday, Mnrch 27th, 101
8;0O P. M., at the meeting room
tho Borough Council of tho Bofo
of Fair Haven, sealed bids will bo
celved for the making of tax mop
said Uorough, showing the loent
and width of each street, and of e:
individual lot, and tho numbering
the same, and complying with nil otl
requirements as are Set forth irf€h
ter 175, Laws of 1913;
CHARLES P. CROSS
Clerk of the Borough of Fnir Hn'
Sealed bids or proposals for
nishing to tho Borouglrof Senbrlf
Now Jersey, a 1%-ton. nnd a 2combinntlon chemical engine and h
nutomoblle or n ,lMi-ton and 2
chassis for combination chemical
gino and hose automobile, as may
determined upon by tho Boroi
Council of the Borough of Scabr)e
endorsed with tho name of the per
ar corporation making the bid or b
will bo received by the said'Boroi
Council when called for by thc\Mo
"uring n meeting of tho Couricil
JO held at eight o'clock p. m. on A
Jth, 1017, Bt tho Borough Hall, S
treet, Sonbrlght, Now Jersoy.
irate bids may be submitted for
if tho abovo named mitomobllon
ihassis. Bids on combination cho
:al engine and hoao automobile si
ncludo copper or steel drawn cho
id tanks with an aggregate capai
if sixty gallons.' Tho Borough Co
ill reserves tho right to rojoct an;
all bids, or to waive Informality
the proposals received If It shall d(
it for tho public Intcresta BO to do
Dated March Gth, 1017.
THOMAS J. SWEENEY
Bofough (ft
Tha Bed Bank Begl^cr offers
omlums u
o eoodj»ev.,,_,_goodttfte
romlumB,
liteIs a
1,50 per |aar.~Ad^ruDemeat,"
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THE RED BANK REGISTER.
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MONMOUTH COUNTY DISTRIBUTORS
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Gramm-Bernstem Commercial Cars •&
from 1 Ao 6 Tons Capacity
AT THE
If you arc intereated in motor truck^it will pay you to visit the automobile show and talk with C. Parker Morril at
the Monroe exhibit.
1 1-2 and 3 1-2 ton truck at yoar service for demonstration.
While at the show don't overlook the M O N R O E car.
MORRIS
von
MINDEN
SERVICE STATION AND SHOW ROOM
EATONTOWN,
The car with 31 extra features all paid for by factory savings.
Dont fail to have them explained to you while at the show.
NEW JERSEY
Pkone 2131-J
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L EDWARDS, IVlanager
14 Mechanic Street
Telephone 177-J
for violation of his parole. He paid
up most of the buck payments nnd
DOiGS OF THE COURT. furnished
a bond that he would make
Red Bank, N. J.
MT««arBgrCT«..-<w!^»n-oPllHM
regular payments hereafter, and,, he
BELMAR DOCTOR LOSES SUIT was
npain released on parole.
FOR SLANDER.
Arthur Jewell will be tried April
One Anbury Park Liquor Seller Sent] 5 t h , <"V? , char 6 e "o f
to State Prison—Othon to Be Sentenced Later—Two Anault Cases
convicted of trying to kill Marshal
Tried.
John Mulsoff. He tried to shoot MulOne of the caao3 tried lout week aoff but the cartridge in his revolver
in the Freehold court was a suit for failed to explode.
d
Th
slander for $10,000 damages.
The
John M. Crawford was acquitted
suit was brought by Dr. William A.
battery on
Look the specials over and pholie or come in and every pare!
Newbold of Bolmar uirainat Russell i , , IT •» of_,assault ,nnd
IT , . ,-. .
you make you nave money; also j;et a chance,.iff.getting two dollars
H^boratick, a plumber and gas meter J o " " Henry Coyne of Holmdel last
buck
by putting your name in the box and ste if you arc lucky.
inspector of that place. Dr. Newbold December.
It
was
testified
that
hadaUondo(l.Mr3;Habei'3tickinJuly,iC°y l ) e and George Crawford were
1915, und conditions wore, such that %''t'ng and that John Crawford
HERE THEY ARE:
Haborstick believed that the doctor tried to stop tho fight.
James Mack of Atlantic township,
The best Butter made and s-old in. Red Bank, lb
43c
had performed a criminal operation.
Haberstick had stated his belief and who was convicted of assault and
Strictly Fresh Jersey Eggs, no storage stock, per dozen
39c
battery
on
Daniel
Mack
last
DecemDr. Newbold and his'lawyer, Harry
Granulated Sugar, per pound
8c
Cooper, went to Haberstick's house ber, was fined $76 and costs, which
,
10c
and Haberstick signed an affidavit he must pny at .'the rate of $2 per Campbell's Soups, all kinds, per can
week.
withdrawing all allegations against
Del Monte Asparagus Tips, per can.
20c
Dr. Newboid. On the witness stand
Another new lot of Pride of Rochelle Pens; regular price 16c,
Jast week Haberstick stated that he
NEAFIE FINED $500.
this sale (No more than 12 to a customer) .. . *
14c
was compelled to sign this affidavit
undor the threat of being sent to jail Former Spring Lake Assistant Postmatter Sentenced.
if ho did not do so. Other witnesses
J, Raymond Neafie, formerly astestified at the trial that Haberstick
had tried to find out Dr. Nowbold's sistant postmaster at Spring Lake,
The last chnnce—Fancy Head Lettuce, 10c. Last call.
purposo in going to his house and was lined JGOO in the United States
Red Onions; regular price 18c pound, this sale 10c pound.
that he had tried to find out what tho court at Trenton last 'Week for emCauliflower 15c each. ^Dont miss this sule,
doctor was treating his wife for, and bezzling postofflce funds. Charles E.
that Dr. Newbold had replied that it Cook of ABbury Park, -counsel for
was none of Hnberatick'a business. Neafie, made an earnest .plea for
The jury brought in. a verdict. In leniency, Mr. Cook stated that
favor of Haberstick. Mr. •Cooper Neafie had served as nssistnnt postmoved for a new trial and Judge mastor at Spring Lake under three
Fancy Large and Meaty Banulins, dozen. ;
20c
Lawrence postponed action on this postmasters, and that, ho hud always
Large, Juicy Grapefruit; regular price 10c, this sale
Sc
motion until Friday of this week in been honoat and trustworthy until
5 pounds of my 30-eent Coffee for
$1.00
order that Charles E. Cook, who is about a year ago, when he began
No fake. Going like wildfire. Selling 30(1 pounds a week. ABk
Haberstick's lawyerr could have time I speculating in Wall street. The
for a sample,
to file a brief or nrgumont in the; money taken from the postoffice was
Baldwin Apples, largo and firm, a lG-quart basket...'..,
95c
matter,
| used by Noafic in his stock gambling.
Gils Spino of Asbury Park woa! In nil about ?l,500 was taken. When
Fine Green Mountain Potatoes, ex. good cookers, 16-qt basket $1.45
sentenced to stato prison for three! U»« shortage was discovered Neafio
years to six .years years last week, I promptly made it good. Neafio is
for the illegal salo of liquor at As-1H
now employed in a railroad office,
Tho lucky ones last week were Mrs. J. I. Monsky and E. C.
bury Park. Spino had previously « '« named and lives at Spring
Gillnnd of Red Bank and Mrs. A. Adams of Oceanic.
been convicted of tho same offense. Lake.
«t «
In imposing sentence Judge Law- j
renco stated that the court was not
DEEDS RECORDED.
' Automobile deliveries to Midilletown, Hundden's Corner, New
temporizing with violators of the I,'.
, _ ~ ~ _. „
Mpnmouth, Oceanic, Itumson and Seabright Tuesdays nnd Fridays;
L
ot Rm
liquor law at Asbury Park, but wns »»
} ?•***>• Tr«iufer« RoNavesink nnd Atlantic Highlands on Thursday.
engaged in tho serious b'uslnesB of i
corded at rresnold.
breaking up the illegal snlo of liquor i The following is a list of deeds rothore and in upholding tho laws of corded in tlio county clork'a ofdeo at
MY MOTTO:
the stato.
| Freehold for tho past woolt:
Louis Pollock pleaded guilty to the Bod Sank.
i
Sunshine,
Service
and Promptness.
illegal salo of liquor at Asbury Park
Mmy J. Smith to M:\ry II. Smith.
Ht
t r ,$1,
$1,
Htreet,
and his counsel pleaded for his ro-L l t on Htmit
Thoso
Tliroo
I
Have
Put
at Your Service '
Allen
I1II»III'H.
l.nl
All
llo .Ionium
I i
I1II»I
.Mili
lcnao on the ground that it was Pol- on.Milii
ClmrloH
l
O.
O Allen
All ontatt1. || 11 .
l
lock's first offonse nnd that hia wife
was in a delicate condition. Pollock r a l r Ravin.
GEORGE BUTTER BRAY.
William Ctll'tihlii to Thonl|nnn & .Mntill be sentenced
se
y
will
Friday.
C!D, Lot on I.ami ami l.nan On,
Alphonso Cnrrino of'Anbury Park IIIOIVH
mail.
b
i t d of
f iillegal
l l l liliquor
had been
convicted
II. M l n t o n In AIIIIIK II. H n r v e
CI
Henry ,T. .Mniul.nl'. Two Kiln ill Lulllliirii I ' h l l i l r n i .
selling and he fujlod to appear for , 1'nrt nt mi, ft.
I."..nil) iici-.'n, $ 1 . '
lleui'h, ( I .
.
.Innc|ih Uluoli t o N l c l i n l n o I'. 1 tlai-k.sontence. A dctcctivo won sent to j nuimon.
Thohiu.H XUIIKII ton tn Aiuin Klimunn.
Give Car Complete Overhauling.
Replace Worn Bearings and Adjust Others.
Fit New Aluminum Pistons and Piston Rings of
improved Type.
Equip with Vacuum Fuel Feed System.
1 Overhaul Magneto Wiring if More Than a Year
Old.
Fit Shock Absorbers.
Completely Overhaul Carburetor or Replace
Where Necessary.
Overhaul Storage Battery.
Remove Tires, Scrape and Paint Rims.
Install Starting and Lighting Systems in Old Cars.
Take Out Oil Leaks in Motors and Transmission
System with New Gaskets.
Eliminate Noise in Motor and Other Parts.
Take Springs Apart, Clean and Fit with Oiling
Means.
Inspect and Test Spark Plugs and Rest of Ignition
System.
Replace Worn Gears in Transmission.
Fit Special Differential.
Reline Brakes and Clutch.
Take Dents Out of Mud Guards, Radiators anc
Other Metal,Parts.
Fit New Radiator.
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Equip with Wire or Pressed Steel Wheels.
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Fit Special Alloy Valves.
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Decarbonize Cylinders.
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Regrind Cylinders.
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Repaint and Overhaul Body.
-t"
Renovate Upholstery.
Adjust Valve Mechanism.
Adjust or Replace Spark and Throttle Link Joints.
Take Up Bachlash in the Steering Gear.
Rewire Car.
HAVE IT DONE NOW AT
Phones 1088,
30-32 West Front Street, Red BanE<
Special For Friday
Extra Special for Saturday
his.houBO, who found Carrino Rick in 1 (."inlHtimiior J. Hmiiii tn I'riiz AMIOIIH.
bed.
S e n t e n c e will bo imposed as I l.»t nmr OiMwlr, » l .
s o o n a s Carrino i s able t o apponr in Blirawibury r o w m u l u .
court,
liinmii L. Coimver In Juiin II. Si'liuni'l;.
Mnttoo F c m i a n o will b e tried f o r ' O m - n i r o , II.
illoprally selling liquor n t Asbury •j.wutrat'Uiinci riti'iHiin gniiii sio'd"'"'
P o r k o n Friday.
H e is n o w in tho
CIOOIKO F, unimmnu to .IUMI'OH r.'mnc o u n t y Jail. .' • •
| Hmi, Jr, 72-ton luron henr• Orcuii (Irnvo,
Arthur Benjamin was convicted of i' l 0 °• • •
keeping n disorderly house nt Asbury lilddletowa
PBIK. WitncnifCB testified that liquor • llnnrv H, (Illimn to Adcl<- I',
loin ut Flntlmomit, ( I , ,
was sold thoro nnd that gambling Si'vcnil
Adolo I'. lliiKli tn I'olirniila ,realty ntul
was carried on. Benjamin W»B BIBO conslriictlnn compuny, Several lutH ut
indicted for registering illegally at Pluttmnunt, II. /•
.William Iteoil to Jlcnry Ofltninort,
last fall's olection. Ho will bo tried I.uiiil
noar Clny Pit rroclc. f t .
on thin churge on Friday.
ratontown
Xawnalilp,
Margaret Lupin won found guilty
Jim1)' L. Connolly tu Ailrnii H, Urnrl.
of maintaining a disorderly houso nt Flfty-ono
iicron, J l .
Asbury Pnrk and BHO • will OIBO to
nnrltoa
Bontcnccd on Friday.
tinm n. Ilruco tn MIH,
It.Snow,
MI-H, It.
John H. Ryno, who had boon ro- lotn
nt HcaUmolt
Mminr,
II.
H U l
M
on parole on his promise to
I'Ycil L. alllott to Kltiili-ili-k II. Kpoulifcontrlbuto to his .wifo'it Bupport and IUIIII. Two IUIH at Hiimnny Turk, f l .
• who did not'.do BO, was twijn m-coutt IS'ow roll)! Comfort (lomli coinininy to
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Jhe service of The Second National Bank means more than
courtesy, attention and reasonable accommodation.
It means a service that is adaptable to meet every legitimate banking requirement with the maximum safety, satisfaction and dispatch.
We we are glad to welcome new commercial patrons.
Red Bank, N. J.
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lJoniibny, NiirrOKute of the county of
.Monmotith, nuulo tin tho Jlfteentli tiny nt
l''ebruaiy. 1?I7, on tho iipplk'iitlnn of
(jfor^o .Mlllwiiitl unit Amiiu lliiiul, :tdmlnliitrntorfl of tlio efltnto of .JoBoph Alt 11wiirtl, [leceaaetl, notice 1H hereby Klvon to
tho crcilltorfj of snltl tleeeliHtitl tn exhibit
to the Diibucriburt*. administrator!! IIH
nfnrcHiiltl, their tlobtH ami ilninantlM
iiKtilnst tho Haiti estute, uniler out Ii, within nine montlm l'roin tin; ittito of the
aforeMiihl orth-r, or they will bo fnrever
barred of their n^tlontt theret'nr UKiiliiHt
Moamotith County Surrcgnta^ OClce,
In the Hatter ol' (he. Kslnle of Olnivii,
S, UniiKhltui, I ift'L'llKt'il,
Xntlt:e tn t'reilltors tij I'lesent rhllllli
AKIllllHt Kiltltl,', *
J-iirHunnt tn t h e unler ol' ,!n.'<i't>li
Dniiuhiiy, Hiin-o>;ale of Hie t'oinily
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t'l'eilllni'S nf ?alil tlet'eiiHOil In tislllhll I
the HUIU fHiliHcrlhorw.
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llateil Knieholil, X. .7.. Ki'lirnnry IRtil, the
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ThnmuH" NiuiKhtim tn .Mur.v I'Jht'lyl, F o u r intH, $ 1 ,
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tinli'l1. or Iney will bo fortviT Imrioil <i|
houses
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l.ni-IMiiril iloiu!lL..j:ciilty .oninpnny In IlllllC, l.lllul. Jl'HI.
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In tho JIattcr of tho Kututti of Harry C
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lur. i.anil In llnhnilpl ivniniiirltun tmvii- I . H I K I . $ 1 .
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l l l l i i n i K. I ' u r l o y t o JIIMC-IIII lliitlioli'y,
l'ursunnt to tlio onlor of Joaeph L
KHtiito' o( Hiirali J. lilblian, tlccbniioil I
Hii!)iuc>l .1, llmiuctt to Jo^cpli I', T wW
n IntH tm H'nril fitroot. | 1 .
. vl'lll'.H nf n«e, II i'ltlznn II1 It I redllellt til Donnliay, HiinoKato of tho county ol
Nntlco « luuoliy Hlvoti Hint tho nrV
iirmvor. K'Mir tmctH, 11 no,
'I'. I'Mwiinl .IcITrlon t o .IOHCI'II ( i n l i l - i.ie HI'IHIUI tllslili'l, mill nlmll IHIVC In'ini Monnimitli, inmlo on tho aovontoontb da), • I'luintH uf tlio HiibHorllKirH, iiiliiiliilnlinlnrr
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nf Jiiiumry, 11117, on tho application ot of Iliu ostnto ut milil (IOOCIIBOII, will lit
•nrt'O yoai-rf Imnifiillalply prereilhiM lily or Alhort W. Wonlon, Jr,, administrator ol mulltod tin- Htntod by tlio Hiii'iWUtt o l
''Suimiol :ll. MlililKf tn (icimiuu FrnuKD.
lior IIPI'DIIIIIIK a member of Hiieli lloiinl. tlm G.Htnto of Harry C. Fay, ilocoagod,
county (if Monniniitli imti ropoflct}
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mill Hllilll hu able tn renil anil write. - - nutluo In hereby Rlvon lo tho crodltora oi tlm
for nettluiiiont to tlio nriiliiiim cimri o l
JattlCB Jl, l!tltrh<jf; nxooillor, In .IOKCIIII
O c n r K e I'. I'lrrlrkHnn Ki iicurKD A . >'•'• St'honl Law. Nee. 111.
Haiti tloeciiHoil to exhibit to tho sub* miUI L'ininty, on 'i'liiirmliir, Ilia 'llflnitntl/
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rlrlujpn.
Is 50-1OO HITCH, | l ,
Wiiiiion limy viitn.fiir tn-nryllihi',' i'X- 1 Htji'ltior, nilminlHtnitor HH afocutjubi. then day
or «lur«li, A. 1)., 1111?, nt whliili tin
I'iitlicrlnL' A. Cnvort In Hal. IIIIIH, Twn
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DnvlHnn. I . n a i l n t l'iiKllnlitf,«'n. | | ,
llnanl of ICiliiiatlon.
tnlo, nmloi' oath, within nlno iiiumni "••"« of cniiiiMliHliin/i mnl i'iiiiiii«irirqo»,
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fun. Twn tl'iict* and htrl|>, I I ,
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Monmoutli Ooimty 8orroafat«'« Ofllo«.
Harriet IJ. liiiyton In Iniutn A, Mail'HA.VK 3, "••'
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It nnye to ndvorltoo in The
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ALDEHT W. WORDKN, 3t.
Advcrtlnomont.
Jo»e)))ilii6 A. llo(( t o Jouefili Ulntk anil «,'. JIIIIUH, liU-iOO t t i ' i c u , ,
rmnuiuit tii tlio o n l c r o t JoHOph I..
NOTICE.
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THE RED BANK REGISTER.
Page Szdan.
RUMSON NEWS.
Two Roiidonti'Aik far Permits to
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Carry Revolvers,
NEW OFFICERS OF NEW MON. Councilmon Mahoncy and Pnrmly
MOUTH BAPTIST CHURCH.
were nbsent a t the monthly meeting
, on'-;••
n.77—r.V
n 1 !i °j f| the mayor
nnd councilThursiiay
J
n
Roof
Old Pickle
Factory '•...
lit Bel'
n R lt
ford Collap.ei Udder Weight of, H. C. Kingsland and H. R. .Travis,
Snow—Party for Helen Morrell—. S U J n m e r residents of this place, npTrolley Car Jumps Track.
| plied for * permit to carry firearms
Bu»in«i Established 1646
The annual meeting of tho New within the borough. The matter was
Monmouth Baptist church was held referred to the police committee,
OPEN NIGHTS
last Thursday nigh,t and these officers. Councilman Ryan objected to the ismotorist would lose his were elected:
suing of such permits to persons who
Clerk How»nl"\V. lioborts. •
wore away from the borough tho
TrcuHiirer—A'.
..luilson
I'ulmcr.
alarmed look if his car were
Financial HCtri'taiy—Jiimcs is. Grlggs, larger portion.of the year.
The mayor of Matawan asked for
Orgiinlnt—Mrs. .lames E. GrlggH.
fitted with a set of •
janitor—William (.'. R o b e r t
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information relative to the company
Walter Walling and Henry C. Rob- from which the borough was receiverts, trustees, will hold over until ing its gas supply and also as to the
next January. After the meeting cost of same. The mattor was rethe Christian Endeavor society enfer^ ferred to the clerk for attention.
tained the young people's union of" Councilman Kuhn reported having
the First Methodist church of Redvisited the fire company at West
Bank. About 100 persons were Park and had prged them to hold
present. The ladies' aid society met regular meetings and to become more
this afternoon at the church. They active. The fire apparatus at West
will prepare'supper at the church lind Park is housed in Frank O'Brien's
burn. Mr. O'Brien is foreman' of the
"They're leak-proof" in fact if will remain for the revival service company.
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tonight.
not in'naine and are positively
Barkuloo was relieved
The roof on the old pickle factory * Collector
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from
the
collection
ot"
$232.97,
the
guaranteed to save -25% to 50% at Belford fell in Sunday morning lim
ount shown on the list of uncolunder the weight of snow, The fncof your gasoline, 50% to 75% of tory was operated about fourteen 'cctablotaxes. The list of delinquent
poll and dog taxes was turned over
your oil and increase the motor's years ago by the late Mortimer Secor. to
the police committee and the paThe building ia now owned by Peter
power 10% to 30%. '•
trolmen
will begin a systematic colO'BlemiUs of Paterson. The roof on
.
George Lane's barn at Belford also lection of this money.
The telephone company,, was inAmerican Piston Rings arc used caved in.
structed
to
change
the
lire
telephone
Mr. and Mrs. William Morrell of
as standard equipment by Chal- Belford gave a birthday party for from Willard llrennan's house to
their daughter Helen Tuesday night Robert Wilson's. Mr. Wilson is the
mers, Mercer, Picrce-Arrow, and of last wee!;. The evening %yas spent new assistant chief of the departin dancing and playing games. Helen ment. Councilman Ryan is very
many other auto-builders.
received many gifts. The guests anxious to have a phone installed in
were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Haliiday, his house in order that he can give
Garages Supplied
Mr. and Mrs. William Haliiday, better attention to his borough
Misses Reba Richmond, Gertrude and, duties. The clerk was instructed to
Wholesale and Retail
•Pauline Stuhh Charlotte Willett, Mae write the telephone company to seeo
Dennis, Violet Morris, Norma and if they could hurry along the installnDorothy Duncan, Ethel Roop and tion of a phone for Mr. Ryan.
The telephones in the firehouses'
Mamie and Katherine Voorhees, Fred
Lund, Richard Casler, A'llie Richeson are being used by unknown parties
and Raymond Ludlow of Belford; for personal use. Bills for such servMisses Sarah Bowne, Bertha Buck- ice have come into the borough clerk
e u < u a a. 9
eley and Lillian Jacobs, Anthony and Councilmon Kuhn' reported thut
21.23
Main
Street
Cardner, Judson Wells, Robert Bur- this matter must be adjusted at once.
(Formerly Ludlow'a)
nett,
Louis Jiannine and Charles and The matter will be taken up with theASBURY
PARK,
N,
J.
George Gray of Red Bank; Joseph telephone company and it is likely
19 Broad Street, Red Bank
Curtis and Hance Woolley of Little tha,t only such calls as are within the
Telephone 834
Silver, Frank Davern of Kcansburg Rumson zone will be paid for by tho
and
Miss Viola Greene of Old Bridge. company.
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Miss Lillian Harris of Belford gave
Councilman Ryan reported that the
a. dance last Thursday night. The Land and Loan company will begin
guests were Misses Anita Willett, Ahe laying of water-mains in West
Mildred Hyers iind Gladys 'Leek, Park as soon as tho frost is out of
George King, Raymond Reddington, the ground.
William Hyers, Ernest Bade, Charles ,„' Thomas N. McCarter wrote tq the
Seeley and Herman Doran.
tOuncil to find out what progress was
A Kcyport trolley car jumped the being made in taking care of the
track Monday night on the curve at roads that form a boundary between
the Belford postofFice. The passen- Rumson and Fair Haven boroughs.
gers on the car were transferred to The clerk was instructed to write Mr.
another car and, it was more than an McCarter in full telling him of the
hour before the car was put on thesituation and also naming in the letter those who appeared in person a
tracks.
About 100 persons attended an en-short time ago before the niayor and
tertainment given last Thursday council and asked that Ridge road be
night by the Epworth legaue of theleft as it is and not, graveled.
Belford Methodist church. About
Bills to the lamount of $1,378.74
$15 was cleared. "Seeking a Serv- were ordered paid.
ant" was the title of a comedy playThe People's popular course enterlet, the parts of which were taken by tainment given at' the high school
Mrs. Irving Roop, Mrs. Johannas last week was largely attended despite
Bade, Mrs.. George Walling, Mrs. the bad weather. The closing enterLida Hyers, Misses Liela Budlong, tainment of the course will be given
Flora Whyte, Ethel Runyon, Mar- Friday night of next week by the
garet Lund, Maude Roop and Estella Venetian company.
Reed and Samuel Reed.
The Sentinels of the Presbyterian
About 100 persons attended a dol- church have begun a new contest to
lar sociable of the ladies' aid society increase the membersship and the
the Navesink Methodist church at church and class' attendance. Ralph
would be cheap as well as good. I can substitute Good Luck margarine for of
Mrs. John E. Williams's last Friday Berger and August Freitag are tho
night.
About $50 was cleared. A captains of the Warns.
the above and you cannot tell the difference. It is a PURE FOOD indorsed
pageant was a feature of the sociable. , Motion pictures^will be shown, at
by pure food experts. Sold on trial "Pay if it makes good" plan. Send The sociable was in charge of Mrs. the parish house Friday night. "The
Angeline Johnson and Miss Loula M. Lady of Quality" will be the feature
postal; will call.
Hart.
picture.
, Rev. George F. Smith of Navesink. Mrs. Co"rbett, a missionary from
left today for the Methodist confer- China, will make an address at the
;nce a t Atlantic City. The Epworth meeting of the ladies' aid society of
league will conduct the service next the Presbyterian church this afterSunday night. The league will meet
GeneraNQalirory, Red Bank, N. J.
Friday night at Miss Alberta Sickles's.
SCOBEYVILLE NEWS.
Clamming boats owned by William
Morrell, Clarence Colmorgan and Barn on Mrs. Scoboy'i PIsce Givei
George Anderson of Belford were
Way Beneath Snow.
broken to pieces by the heavy seas
A barn on Mrs. J. F. Scobey's place
Sunday night. The boats were an- collapsed
during the storm Sunday
chored off Keansburg.
afternoon.
Mrs. Scobey had inMiss Louise Lehman of Greenwich, tended repairing the barn in the
Connecticut, has been visiting her spring.
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mother, Mrs. Louise Lehman of Port
Monmouth, and her sister, Mrs. Mar- The children of J. Henry Vining
and John Sherman are recovering
garet Hebard of Brooklyn.
James H. Griggs, son of James E. from sickness. "
Jriggs, and Norman H. Roberts, son John Sherman has been on the
f George H. Roberts of New Mon- sick list with a heavy cold.
Mrs. James C. Sickles continues to
mouth, have been sick with heavy
recover from sickness and is able to
:olds.
Wire or Phone at my expense.
The wooden shed on the marine be around, the house.
Mrs. Samuel Hardy returned Satrailway in front of Emmor Clayton's
boathouse on Compton's creek gave urday from a week's visit at New
way under the snow Sunday morning. York.
Miss Martha Hunt has been spendHarry C. Ostrander of New York
will give an illustrated lecture on
on ' " g several days, with her parentsT A
and India tonight at the Nave- j Mr. and Mrs. George S. P. Hunt of
We wolild advise anyone wanting a furnished cottage on $ Ceylon
Colt's Neck.
link library.
the river bank to call early as the numbers are limited. We $ Frank Schanski of Brooklyn spent Miss Jennie Green has been visitwith Joseph Doris. Mr, ing friends a t Phalanx.
have one with all improvements, two baths, beautifully >•« Sunday
Doris's daughter Muriel is sick with
chicken pox.
i
located $800. This is exceptional.
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Miss Aline White of Belford returned yesterday from a visit with
Miss Jane Keuchler of Jersey City
-Ieights.
MONMOUTH AT BROAD STREET,
William Glass of Brooklyn spent
Sunday with his. sister-in-law, Mrs,
Phone 189-J.
RED BANK, N. J.
Amelia Palmer of Navesink.
Mrs. Nora Wilson of Belford has Opens Up Clogged Nostrils.
eturned from a visit with Mi*. BarsoooooooooooGoooooofflooooooooaoaooeeaooffloooooooesooo
lara Kock of Weehawken..
i Vanishes Colds in Head and
Captains John and P. O. Ericson I
Catarrh like Magic
f Brooklyn spent Thursday with
acob Schnoor of Belford.
It soothes and relievos catarrhal
Mrs. Thomas Johnson of Navesink
3 visiting her daughter, Mrs. .Charles deafness and head nolocfl.
Drives out congestion -without ap.
.eonnrd of Lincroft.
George Bischoff of Belford v/as paratus, Inhalers, lotions, harmful
taken Sunday to a New York special- drugs, smoko or eleptricity. Do not
treat your cold lightly; this ti pneuist for treatment.
Mis3 Matie Dumont of Navesink monia season. It you have cold l a
head,
pain In chwt; or eoro throat
vas confined to the house part of last
send to nearest drug store ana get a
veek with grip.
Mr. and Mrs. Hnrry Kollock en- Jar of Camphorolo, and watoh how
ertnined the Belford- pinochle club ' nulokly It will relieve you.
Saturday night.
I Physicians recommend Camphortlo
Norman Johnson of New York is for colds and catarrhal affections of
isiting his father, Harvey Johnson the no»« and throat, fbronobltl*,
f Belford.
croup, nsthmo, stiff nook, nore
Boyd Downes, who is employed at munoles, lumbaio, stilt Jolntt, headPositively Gas-Prooi; Self Regulating
}ld Bridge, spent Sunday nt his home, aoho, frosted foot, thbumuUBtn, cold
t Belford..
, Ii n muecK,,, nourttto, ho* fovW; apEquipped with the greatest grate in existence,firecanThomas
Esitlow of Belford wasp l , e d t 0 chwl
h
l oneo* ddvelopment
lurpnsed by a score of friends Mon- o f cM a d
not drop in the ash pan.' Draft doors are controlled by a
p r ( r t e n t pneumonia. H I
lay nifrht.
I
powerful double wafer thermostat. Each part of regulator
The Belford Oriental club will meet'
moves easily and freely like a balance scale.
Viday night at Mrs. C. W. WcCon-i
Notice To The Public.
I liomliy RIVO notice to tho public thai
I will not.'bo responsible Tor any blllf
contracted by my wlfo. •
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j ; A. SWEENEY.
Red Bank, N. J., February 2", 1917.
at practically the
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22 Monmouth Street,
Red Bank,
:
J.
I
lark Guy's Auto-Bun
Garage and Service Station
I We take pleasure in notifying our patrons
I that we have ready for inspection our line of
Is your battery in condition to last you during thei coming
spring and summer. If you are not sure, we would be pleased to
have you stop in and have same inspected byus, free of charge,
-and if you wish it make any necessary repairs.
If you are thinking of purchasing a new battery let us show
you the
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IN THE LATEST MODELS AND "COLORS
| COME IN AND LOOK OUR STOCK OVER
16 West Front St.,
Red Bank, N. J.
Pure Fresh Country Butter at 31c Ib.
the battery which actually does last twice as long as other batteries,
due to the VESTA Indestructible Isolator, an exclusive, patented
VESTA Feature, which locks the plates apart, prevents short circuits and positively doubles the span of battery existence.
The VESTA is made for every make of car, and no matter
what battery you are now using we would be pleased to give you
our exchange proposition.
Don't fail to visit our Booth at the Red Bank Auto Show
March 13th to 17th.
Daniel B. Dorn,
Auctioneer
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COMING, THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAYAnother Unusually Attractive Vaudeville Bill Headed by
The Hill Colony Brooder
The inside check damper is a positive precaution against
the fire ever getting too hot; no matter if the wind blows
100 miles an hour, it cannot run away. ,
The gas escape system is the most woijderful invention
ever applied to a coal-burning heater. Our'deviee positively
checks the draft, locks the fire in an iron box, and yet the
gas is allowed to escape into the smoke pipe. It cannot get
out into the room which is the secret of brooding Btrong,
vigorous chicks.
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Poultry raisers are invited to call and inspect this
brooder.
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173 Monmouth Street, Red Bank
Telephone Connection
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ell's. •
George W. Hilliker of Bolford is
ntertaining his brpther from Vermont.
Frank Howoi' of Navesink is conned to tho house with grip.
Charles Schnoor of Belford spent
last week at.New York.
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Miss Mabel Smith of Navesink is
aid up with a bad cold.
Earl Eastmond of Belford • is laid
p with croup.
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BAD ST01W IRBOSIf
Yields to Delicious Vinol
Blirereport, la.—''I had » bad (Una'ach troublo for years and became to
Stolen Coodi Dug Up by Hon.
weak I could hardly irolk or do any
A bank book and some business york." lly appctito was poor, my food
mpers which were stolen last month would not digcot, I bloa~tcd and \ras very
rom Hillinrd Alston's grocery store <,ircak nnil nervous. I tried many remeat Red Hill, wore dug up by a chicken dies without help. X saw Vlnol adverlast week in the cellar of an old va-tised anil tried it, and how my stomach
cant house known as the Jacob Tay- ,troublo io complotclf# cured
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and I am
lor homestead. Tho papera and book .well."—E. I>. MAHSIIALI.
were found by Victor and Usher
Vinol Ss guaranteed to tone up tho
Henry.
tired, over-taxed and weakened norrea
cl tho atomacu Bad crcito etrenfttb.
It pays to ndvcrtfso In Tho Kcgistor. Sao. COOJIM,tfr,Dtcanut; ES«a 'Baatr.U. jr.'
Presenting the Latest in Song* and Dances
OTHER VAUDEVILLE ACTS—USUAL HIGH GBADE PICTURE PftoGRAEVl
TOMTE
Wm. S. Hurt with Ilobt. McKIm
In a TlirlllhiK TrhuiKlo Plioto Piny
"THE PIlIMAr, LTJOE."
Dunlcl li'rohman rro«cnto
UABT KOSrOBS
Also nn AH-atar
IBTUTOHE OOHEDT.
In Oho of Her
Oroalent Characterizations,'
"BAOB."
JUUU0 STSOBB
A Mptro1 MiiHlerplece of Supreme,
Powor,
''TUB IBTOXiVa TOXOVOB,"
A Pathc Gold' Rooster Photo Play.
"Tins notiABTTto joiramnr, 1 '
l''«Uturlnit V n t t l A l J OODBTBBAY,
AIBO Oth 13plflOdo of .
Also Cth Enlnode (if 'TBS ORIMCOH BTAIH UTSI
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JOHSO I-... I/n«hy Prcdcntu
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Tho Kn'ii'lumliiK Tloraniiro of u IloiuiIKlil Prlnci'HH Who I.,<i«p» Vi TIIIMHC
Hut Wins nil Aniork'im Hunliaiicl,'
"PDAOX OF TBB AOMt," •
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With Pearl White;
Patlio News
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Would You rtonoutico tlio Aral) You
Lovo?
William l'"ox PrcBcutB
THBOA BABA
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Thof'riirlllliiK Btory of a WOIIUIII'H
Deception.
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THE RED BANK REGISTER.
Page
ttlik, on Wtdn^RiIay, Ffbrunry 28th,
WEDDINGS.
IHIBB TiH'rern Volkcrt of NcW Brunswick
and J, Harry llnycu of ABbury Park.
Poling—V/obater. .
lire, Margaret Hurley of Bridge
arcnno returned Saturday from a • Miss Nellie E. Poling, daughter of
DXJATSD. .
five w«ofcg' visit to frlondo at Toledo, Frank E. Poling of Hazlet, was mar- ANDEI1HON.—At hang Branch, on
. Ohio. A reception was given tot, ried to Joseph H, Webster, Bon of February 27th. lira. Joscphlno AndorJohn L. T. Webster, a t tho home of aon, nffcd 71 years.
I<!rs. Ilurloy by her children.
Eire. John Carroll of Monmooth, tho bride on Sunday pfternoon. - The BUZBY.—At Anbury Pork, on TuosFebruary 27th, »lr«, Deborah Buzhy,
street, who has been sick with grip, ceremony was performed by Rev. A. dny,
aged 82 yearn.
is: improving.
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•) h, Iszara, pastor of St. John's church CARKABT.—At Keyport, on Monday. I am open for contracts to
..- St. James's sowing society-will at South Keyport, in the presence of March 5 th, Jacob P, Carhart, aged 68
the immediate relatives. The bridal yearn.
xseet tomorrow- afternoon at the
grow tomatoes for factory.
party stood beneath' a bower of roses. CLAnK.—At Newark,' on Saturday,
dabhouDO. " ••
Fobrunry
24th,
Mrs.
Annlo
T.
Clark,
forThe
bride
wore
a
white
traveling
suit.
' Mr, and Mrs. Waldrom Eldridge
merly of Frcoliold, aged 73 years.
Save moved from Hudson avenue to Tha couple .were attended by Miss DEWITT\—At Newarlt, on Saturday,
-Elizajboth. : Mr.' Eldridgo ia a gov- Mamie R \ Webster, a sister of theMarch
3d, Charles P. DeWItt, formerly
PHALANX, N. J.
groom, and Harvey J , Poling, a of Atlantic
Highlands, aged 31 yours.
, croment, marine engineer.
FAY,—At t o n s Branch, on Thuraday, AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
- James' Oarrolt, who is employed a t , brother of the. bride.
After; tho ceremony a wedding uup- March lot, Slra.. James f a y .
Bridgeport, Connecticut,-is spending
QOBDON.—At Now York, on Monday,
a few flays with his parents, Mr. and por wan«scrved, nftcr which Mr; and February
26th, Eva Gordon of Atlantic
Elru. John
Carroll of Monmoath Mrs. Webster boarded a train at Mat-, Highlands,.aged
17 years,
;
awon for a three weeks' wedding trip OUICE.—At Eatontown, on Monday.
•street; .
to
New
York
city.
Washington,
D.
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February ZEth, Benjamin Gulce, aged. 79
Edward O'Brien, who attends Law'
rencevillo academy, is visiting- hts and Miami, Florida. The bride re- yearB.
OUNTHER,—At Spring Lake, on Monparents, Mr. and Mrs. William ceived many beautiful ' presents. day,
February
26tli,
Mrs,
Augustus
GunUpon their return Mr. and Mrs. Web- thor, agoil 82 years,
-O'Brien of Branch avenue.
Mrs. Howard S. Allen of Tower ster will reside at Harlot, where.Mr.
HIOOIN8,—At
Freehold,
on
Friday.
Webster is employed as station agent. February 23d, Sirs. James Higgles, aged
HQ1 avenue is on the sick list.
30 years.
Octavo 'LeValley ie employed as
Taylor—Croon.
JOH'NBON.—At Spring Lake, on Mona, chaffeur for one -of-Anderson's
day,
February 20th, Peter Johnson, oged
taxlcabs. Edward Farrell is' a new Mi8S Viola Taylor,' daughter of 82 years.
-.
George
Taylor
of
Leonard
street,
., bookkeeper for Mr. Anderson.
KINGSTON,—At
Fair Havon, on SatEdward Vf. Johnson and family and Clifford Green, son of S. J. Green urday, March 3d, Mrs. Johanna Kingaped 98 years.
: Save moved from Eatontown to of Sunset avenue, were married ston,
Tuesday night of last week at the MARKS.—At Villa Park, on Tuesday,
Brummond place.
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February 27th, Mrs. Cornelia D. Marks,
Frank Mngee and family have bride's home by Rev.'H. B. Gontt, used 80 yeara. ••
Cylinders Reground
moved from Red Bank to New Mon- pastor of the Rod Bank colored Meth7
MONTRO8E.—At tho Long Branch
xnouth. Mr. Mogee has been sick odist church. The attendants were hospital, on Wednesday, February 28th,
a Specialty
Telephone Middletown 271-F-23 h
tvith g r i p . "••.
i • Miss Ruth Green, a sister of theHoratio lIontroHo of Michigan, aged 60
and William Taylor, a brother
Miss Alice Malone of Spring streot groom,
PTNKCJ8 At Atlantic Highlands, on Lathe Work and
of
the
bride.
A
reception
was
held
spent part of last week with.friends after the ceremony. The couple are Saturday, March 3d, William Ptnkus,
aged 44 years.
a t Highlands.
Aluminum Brazing
living for the present with the bride's
STOUT.—At Bclford, on Wednesday,
Kenneth W. LeQuicr oti East Front parents. Mr. Green ia pitcher on
28tli, Alvin Stout, aged. 04
street spent part of last week with the. Red Bank Colored. Giants baso- February
years.
Automobile Engine
Baymond VanBuskirk of Mdntclair. ball team. . _
THOHPI3.—At Middletown, on MonBliss Pearl Wordon of Bridge aveday, Mui-ch Cth, Thomafi A,^Thorpe, aged
Parts Duplicated
31 years.
nue is confined to the house with a
Carter—Fornham.
general breakdown.
WALTBBB.—At Fair Haven, on SatMiss
Male
Carter
of
Newark,
forurday, March 3rl. Charles L. Walters of
Mr. and Mrs. William Fredmore of
,
Red Bank, and Dr, William Chicago, aged D7 years,
Peters place gave a party Saturday merly'of
Farnham
-qf
Johnstown,
Pa.,
were
sight for a score of friends.
14 Mechanic Street
yesterday morning at the
Greely 550.
. Mrs.- George Bray of Wallace married
Eighteenth Street Methodist church
.street has recovered from grip.
New York by Rev.'B. C. Warren,
' Harvey Mann of Perth Amboy, a at
ceremony was witnessed by the
i student a t Columbia law school, was The
immediate
members of both families
a guest of Adrian Minton of East and was followed
a dainty lunchPersonal Property of |
' JSYont street part of last week. . eon at the home ofby
the bride's mother
Now that moving tlrno Is near I am
Harry Hemming of Oakland street, at Newark. Mr. and MrB. Farnham
prepared to do your next moving of
76 West 36th Street.
. who is employed a t New York, at- left Inter in the day for a two weeks'
furniture, pianos or baggage, to all.parti
All Description
New York City.
of city or country, In the largest padded
tended a dinner given lost Thursday trip to Philadelphia arid Atlantic City.
vans In Red Bank. Before you hav<
night at Philadelphia by'his employ- Thoy will live >at Johnstown, Pa.,
We buy or sell
your-next moving done, write*, send or
:
>X*T*I*I»X<*IO
• Grs.
call for the only reliable furniture mover
where the groom is a dentist.
THE FURNITURE OF r
In town, and get my prices on your next
Mrs. Joseph Hampton, Mrs. George
Job. All hinds of heavy or light truck- TUNIS V. YETMAN,
AUCTIONEER
- Bogers and Mrs. Daniel Minser of.
CJoughly—Duncan.'
Ing done at Ehort notice. Cnll or addresi
Long Branch spent part of .last week
Miss-Mary Cloughly; daughter of
J. T. EGAN,
•with Mrs. Mervin Francis of Wbrth- James Cloughly of Long Branch, was
We sold the Octagon and MonJey street.
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married last Wednesday to John W. mouth Beach Inn, the two most suc- 11 Wall Street, Red BanK
Heildence phone 124-J Office phone 539-R
Mr. and Mrs. George Norman, Miss Duncan of that place. The ceremony cessful Bales ever held.
10 WHARF AVENUE .
Gladys Norman, Miss Gertrude Nor- was performed by Rev. Frederick B.
man and Robert Norman have re- Harris. After tho ceremony a lunchturned from a sojourn of two weeks eon was served and the couple left
oooooooooooGoooeooooooocoa
in Florida.
on a short wedding
trip. .They will
start housekeeping1 in a new bunga- Girls for Sewing Buttons
Church Nowi.
' • low. Mr, Duncan is employed in L.
The subscriber, executor of the last Will and Testament of
Martin G. Nill, J. Albert Burrowcs, B. Bennett's stationery store.. Ho
and for Cleaners
Anna T. Stillwell, deceased, will sell at public auction on the
- George W. Lambertson and Horace formerly lived at Red Bank.
L. Lambertson were baptised jit the
Have, You Headache? premises a t
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Eitlovf—Harvey.
Also Learners and
Baptist church Sunday morning. The
Do your eyes burn or itch?
riffht hand of fellowship was .ex- Miss Sarah Anna Estlow, daughter
Do they feel tired or stmlnert?
tended to all who had been baptised of John S. Estlow of Matawan, and
If so, have your eyes examined,
Operators Wanted
your £lHHsc.4 may need a change.
recently. At the close of the service Frank S t Harvey, Jr., of Fair Haven,
the Lord's Supper was administered. ware married Thursday at the MethoSTILES & CO.
The Social Helpers will meet tomor- dist parsonage at Atlantic Highlands.
P h i l a d e l p h i a E y e Specialists
row night at Mrs. Joseph N. Hance's The witnesses wero Mrs. Norman V;
2nd Notional Bank Bide, Room 28
on Maplo avenue.- Friday night a Sargent and Theodore WV Scott.
Everr Wedneidoy
Hour. 12:15 to4:30
AT 1:00 O'CLOCK, P. M.r
.number of Baptists will go to New
cooococooaooeooaeooooeeooo
Monmouth to hoar Mr. Winter, who
the
Household
Goods
of said deceased, including a number of
LUKE KEEPS ON THE JOB.
is holding revivals a t the Baptist
;
pieces
of
•
church there. .:
People Who Go to Hipx for Help Get
The revival services, at the Re- ,.::.
M. 1
Good ReiulU. •••'
Antique Mahogany F\irniture.
formed church aro being continued
August C. Quast of Highlands is a
this week by B. P. Stout. Tomorrow firm
The Mahogany pieces include Dresser, Bed, Davenport, Foldin the advice, "If a t
night the'hymn "Holy City" will be first believer
you "dartt succeed, . try, try
ing Table, Extension Table, Chairs, Table with Drop Leaves, &c.
. sung'by.,Mr. Stout and the scenes again." He still more.firmly believes
described in the song will beillus- in Luke Longhead. Mr, Quast adverThe other articles comprise furniture usually found in an eightGUARANTEED
,, toted with .motion pictures, ,On Fri- <tine<r. in "The 'Register thatf'he had a
room
residence, and include Persian and Oriental Rugs, American
' W hrgHt MrY StoilVwill give an11-' cash register and McCsskey register
4*000 IVilLES
luBtratcd song sermon on "Glory of for sale. -When he didn't'receive satRugs,.
Bedsj Bedding, Chairs, Walnut Suits, Mattresses, Rosewood
1
Plain- Xonthe Cross." The subject of Sunday 'isfactory replies from the first three
"-Sklil
Tillies Parlor Suit, Pictures, Arm Chairs, Bric-a-Brac, Brass Fireplace
Sizes
Tires
morning's sermon will be "Losing insertions, he advertised jaeain. This
?7.2f
JI.S2
28x3 '
.'i $6.80
*6.80... . 97.20.,..
. Jesus by the Way." At night Mr. advertisement resulted in the sale of
1.93 Set, Porch Chairs, Laundry Utensils, &c, &c.
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7.20 i
30x3
7.6E
. . ,. 7.20..
7.65... .
2.16
Stout will preach a sermon' against the cash register to Joseph Neimark
30x3%
..,,• 9.30
9 . 3 0 . . . '. 9.85
9.83
2.271
TERMS
CASH.
32x31,4
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alcohol, and the funeral of John Bar- of, Highlands and the sale of the Mc.. io.Vo
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o . V o , . . . 12.7E
2.4 2
34x3',4
. . 11.0B
12.75
leycorn will be-enacted. ' •
Caskey register to En'sley E. Morris
2.97
31xJ
. . 14.35
1 4 . 3 5 . . . . 15.lt
15.10
BENJAMIN J. PARKER, Executor.
3.14
R. Bowden Shepherd. of Trenton, of Red. Bankv
33x4
. v-.-.. . -•IB.25
- 1 5 . 2 5 . . . . 10.If
10.15
3,23
34x4
16.50.
.-arch deacon, of the Episcopalian dio16.55
Luke
lost
no
time
in
finding
a
boy
3.3.1 ALEX L. McCLEES,
This splendid machine is the rea- 35x4
AUCTIONEER
17.20.
cese, will conduct the service at St.for the Straus company after they
1C.35
3,37
17.75.
i
son f$>rjtjie';uniform excellenca of our 30x4
Thomas's chapel Sunday afternoon had placed ah advertisement
4.05
34x4% ...v. 16.55.
21.S5
in
the
20.80.
4.15
a t thrieo o'clock.
22.70.
want columns of The Register. The FLAT WORK—and the reason also 36x4 VJ .. ..... ., , . 21.G0.
4.17
22.95
21.90.
The Philathea society of the Bap-day after the paper was issued Koert why we do the work bettetf than the 36x4%
4.27
37x4% . . . . 22.70.
23.80
tist church met last night at Mrs'.Johnson of Shrewsbury had the job.
4,92
2S.85
24.60.
most expert domestic can do by hand. .,5x5
5.07
37x5
Joseph Harrison's on Hudson avenue.
25.85
27.15
275
Miss Ruth Gibbs of Spring street
OP
Why have the home upset by wash
Arrangements were made to hold an lost a glove last week and gave to
entertainment.
Luke Longhead ^the job of recover- day when our laundry offi3r3 you a
ing it. The glovo was found by Miss service superior to any and that
MINSTREL SHOW FOR CLUB.
Elizabeth Twiford of Spring street eliminates the worry, toil and exasAT
arid ittame&Tto the owner after Miss
HUES Alfb TDDES SHIPPED C, O. D.
Atlantic Highland! Catholic Club to ^wiford
peration that always comes with
:had:
read
Miss
Gibbs's
adHOLMDEL,
N. J.
Give Porforimince.
Authorized Capital $300,000
Blue Monday?
vertisement.^
At tho Store and Reiidence of
Rehearsals aro being held every
Call 32-J and give our Family
The Economy grocery and meat
33 Brandford Placet, Newark, 13. J,
night for a minstrel show to be givon company
in Luke's col- Washing Service a trial. It will surby St. Agne3's Catholic club of At-umns last advertised
Tel. Market 3303.
week that they would pay
lantic Highlands on Saturday night,
Beginning
for eggs. Luke got busy a t prise you with its excellence and
March 17th, inHhe club room at that cash
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and more than 2,400 eggs were moderate cost.
place. The performance will be" in once
to the store. The company
tho form of a •cabaret ohow. About brought
received so many eggs that they had
36 young men and young women will to
At 11:00 A. M., and Continuing Daily from 11:00 A. M. to 3:00 P, M.
sell some of them outside of Red
be in the chorus. The end men will Bank.,
*
Until All is Sold.
be- John Stewart, John Mulligan,
Phone 32-J '. j
Luke sold a baby carriage that
Thomas McVey and Arthur Phnir.
On account of retiring from business, the stock of General Merchandis
Specialty dances will be given by Mrs, G.'F. Wilson advertised for sale
in the store of J. Alex Guy of Holmdel will be sold at the above time am
Miss Gcnevieve Jackson and Thomas last week. The baby carriage was
sold
the
same
afternoon
the
paper
place, together with Horses, Wagons, Harness, Safes, Etc. Tho property
' Johnson and by Misi Dorothy Eoder. was issued.
to be sold includes:
; The proceeds will go into the club'
fund! Tho performers are being
One Horse, Two-Seated Trap, Babcock Buggy, One-Horse Carryall
:
Farmers' Meeting.
trained by Miss Gladys Whitehead.
Albert W. Worden, Jr., Mgr.
Tho meeting of tho Monmouth
Express Wagon, Single Heavy Harness, 2 Sets Light Harness, Robes,
county shippers' association, which Funeral Director
Alfalfa Hay, Corn, Hall Safe, Steffel & Freeman Safe, Roll-Top Desk,
ORDERED OUT OF TOWN.
waB to havo 'been held this week at
has been postponed until
almost new; Scales, Show Cases, Stoves, Small Tools, General Lim
and
Embalmer
Four Men Arreited for Stealing a Middletown,
next Monday. Alex L. Clark of
of Groceries, Dry Goods and Hardware, Farm Machinery Repairs,
Rido on a Freight Train.
Tronton,
chief
of
the
bureau
of
crops
Raymond Kelly, John Ryan, John and markets, will make an address.
Furniture, including Carpets, Lounge, Tables, Chairs, Etc.
CAMP
CHAIRS
AND
CARD
Evans and James-Doyle were-arrested
/ O l o l d weather aches follow
TABLES FOR HIRE.
' Also a Maxwell Runabout Auto.
on Monday for stealing a ride on a I desire to express my hearty
l j exposure. Soothe and refreight train. They were put in thothanks to the .firemen by whose cfThe snle will begin with out-door goods, and when these are sold th
town hall ovor night. • When - they forts-I was able to save every paper
^•"^ lieve them with Sloan's LiniOffice and Residence Phone 657.
sure of goods in the store will begin and will be carried on from day to daj
wore arraigned yesterday morning inmy office. The boys desorve anyment,
easy
to
apply,
it
quickly
Office and Funeral Pnrlort,
until all is sold.
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.they said they were trying to got to
in tho way of equipment that 18 Monmouth Street, Red Bank, N. J. penetrates without robbing. Cleaner
. "Brldgetortjjto find work. They were thing
TEEMS CASH.
J. ALEX GUY.
they
ask.
Alston
Beokman.
than rrmssy plasters or ointments,
discharged^on theifi promise to leavo —-^Advertisement
does not etain the skin,
town within hnlf ah hour. Tho walking was bad, but they got out of town
Card of Thanks.
For rheumatic pains, neuralgia^
in less timo than was specified by tho
I wish to thank the Red Bank-fire
gout, lumbago, sprains, strains,'
recorder,
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department for thoir gallant service repaired by Red Bank's exclusive um- bruises and stiff sore, muscles, have
in saving my building from destrucNew Fire Engine a t Hazlet.
tion by ilro early last Saturday morn brella ohop, good, quick and reason- Sloan's Liniment handy.
Hazlet; fire, company has, placed in ing.
:
J. Kridel.
At all dru&gisla, 25c. 50c. and $1.00.
able. All work done on the prem' Service- an automobile combination —Advertisement,
ises.
Wo
recover
with
sill;
gloria
for
hook and Inddpr chonilcnl engine.
Card of Thanks.
The- bod|r was built by.F. T. Weedon
?1.BO. .Send postal, call or phone
' on a Simplex chassis."- Tho automo- • Wo wish to extend our thanks" to Red Bank 30G-R.
our
friends
nnd~
neighbors
for
their
bile is ninoty-horso power and was
kindness during our recent bereaveespecially designed for theflrocomment, caused by tho death of our
pany.
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mother: also to the pallbearers and
those who sont flowers.
.
;\ Hit by Automobile. . .
' :
' ' Mary E. Elgrim, •
15. Mechanic Street, Near Brood.Jacob Rosenberg of Long Branch
was struck by an automobile Monday —Advertisement.Elizabeth Elgrim.
morning while crossing a Btrcet.
Rosenberg' was knocked unconscious
SXBTBB.
and was carried, homo in a »'>••-'-'-- COnsiC—M IllRlilanda, on Saturday,
March 3d, Slra, i'red W. Corno, of n.
condition. Rosenberg's hoi
dauslitcp.
,y
,
recently destroyed by fire.
PERSONAL.
will open for business March 15th
with an entire hew stock of
FOR
5
NBHT
ionmoiitfe, I . J. J
GEO. CHILLIER
Farm Sales
THOS F. BURCHILL
AUCTIONEER i l i o Vans and Express
Your Hotel or Cottage
HELP WANTED!
ALLENHURST, N. J.
Shjrley Waist Co.
70 Broad Street
Red Bank
lercies Red Tires
OR
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BABY CARRIAGES
BABY CARRIAGES
BABY CARRIAGES
BABY CARRIAGES
BABY CARRIAGES
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GO-CARTS
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SULKIES
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GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, HARDWARE, WAGONS, Etc
J. ALEX GUY
Red Bank Steam Laundry
62 White St., Red Bank
Estate of HARRY C. FAY
OPENING SPRING SALE OF 1917
National Umbrella Store
DAVTBOSr. —At' iTnftllslitDWn, on
-Thursday, Fobrunry S2tl, Mrn. Howard
DavlBpn, ot a son.
Two New Trolj
MAHB1AOEB.
A,new car was put!
OAtlTEJl—KARNHAM.—AUtfew York,
Red Banli n'nd Riimsof
an
Mondiiy,
Marcli Gtlii.tiy- lUw. 13. C.
Friday, thin being
jHm Mnlo Cavtcr o t Nownrlt,
a bought this Wurron,
-which thecompany
foi-|iiorliu*)f
Uod
JJnnlc, and tin William
•winter./SA third new ir will be pub Purnlimrf'Of Johnatovyn, Pa. :
'days.
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into service in a fof
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Branch, on Wcdnomlay, Fobnmry 2Bth,
by llov.
Ilov. Frederick
Freilcrlclt B,
B. Irnrrlo,
Jlnrrlo, Mlsn Mary
Card) Party at F - W Home.
Clouglily
"and Jolin
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llouBhly 'and
\V, Duncan, both"of
Tho ladies' nuxif y of the RodLong Ilranch.
Bank lodge of Elks/, ill hold a card ESTLOW — irAnVBy. — At Atlantic
on Thursday, llnmi 1st, by
party and danco ; nt) » lodge's homo Illetlilan'aSt
npy. Norman V. Bnrfiont, Minn Bnrafi
on East Frontwtrec! bmorrow night.- Annd ©itloiv of'Mntawnn and Frank S,
Prizes will be givej jor tho winners tlarvoy, Jr., of Pair Havon.
U'AYiOH—ailI313N, At Itod Dank, on
fat each table.
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Tuemlay, Fotirunry 27th, by Itov. H. D'
dnntt, M
MIBO
dnntt,
I O Viola
V i l a Taylor and Clifford
Grenn, both of H<«1 M
. .yOL}tCUTr-JlAYI«lr-,At Now Brunfl-
2 9 BROAD STREET
Prisn® R i b R o a s t . . . , . 2 O c 1b
t Li©ga ILiEannb.............24c 1b
Lu>|nB'of P»O3rk,.,....,i..22c l b
F>ot R o a s t (Round)...:l»S&4d'Ib
Ljastnb C3lTiopd..'!.v'k. .. '.'i'.2^.i.Ib
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40 head of Pennsylvania Chunks that • weigh from 1,250 pounds t
1,600 pounds cfejji, from four to eight years old, consigned by John Planigai
of the MillhoiniConBtructlon company. ,' ' .
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20 HEAD OE,OTHER HORSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Two very fast green trotters that can trot bettor than 2:15 and fit ti
go and win themselves out sovcral times over.
ALSO WAGONS AND HARNESS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
SALE RAIN OR SHINE.
ROBERT PIERCE, Auctioneer.
Tolephono 2108 -J Eatontown.
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THE RED BANK REGISTER;
Page Eighteen,
HIGHLANDS NEWS.
waist factory on the first floor of the' on Wednesday and, Sunday nights at
borough,hall. The factory had'been St. Andrew's church at Highlands
Rov. Thorn** H. Hlclo Not Expected idle since last fall. ' • • . - .
during Lent. Next Sunday night
Tho, Highlands Pocnhontas lodge Rev. Mr, Brueninghausen of Keyport
to Rotum to This Place.
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Rov. Thomas H. Hicks, pastor of celebrated their fifteenth anniversary will preach.
George Anderson is working for
tho Highlands Methodist church, left last Wednesday night at tho Derby
house:-v
About
75
persons
were
prestoday to-attend the Methodist con- ent. Singing: and dancing were en- Gus Bischoff, one of Highlands's
plumbers,
ference at Atlantic City. It is not
The music was furnished by
likely that Mr. Hicks will return here. joyed.
Mrs. Fred W; Corse gavo birth to
Miss
Myra
Smith
on
a
cornet
with
Mr. Ittcks came to Highlands two
accompaniment by Mrs. Sylvia a daughter Saturday.
years ago and during that time ho piano
John J. Burdge spent part of last
Ryan.
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has ledueed the church mortgage
week with his son Leny of Newark.
14,100. The Epworth league met on Grandin V. Johnson attended
A snowball thrown by a Highlands
Tuesday night of last week at President Wilson's inauguration Mon- bpjf during a snowball fight last FriThomas Derby's. There is ?5 in the day nt Washington. .
day afternoon broke a glnss sign in
Travis Hoffman of Brooklyn, front of William R. Loder'a restautreasury. The ladies' aid society met
Thursday night at Mrs. James Harts- George Green of New York and rant. The boy agreed to pay the cost
grove's. A balance of $20 is in the Gerard Kadcnbnch of Hoboken spent of the sign. The roof on the East
treasury of this society. A hand Sunday with their'parents at High' View hotel barnjnnd a wood Bhed in
John J. Leonard's coal yard collapsed
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made quilt was given to Mrs. Hicks, lands.
Wife of the pastor. After the busiThe amateur social club of High Sunday morning under the weight of
ness meeting a general social time lands was entertained Monday night the snow. The Highlands public
was enjoyed. Selections were played at Miss Viola Beige's. The club was school held only one session Monday
on. a victrola. John J. Burdge will recently formed and meetings are on account of the snow storm,
hav; charge of the services next Sun- held every Monday night at the home
Sergeant A. Bruce of Sandy Hook
day. A dollar sociable will be held of one of -the members. The club has moved from the Hook to Pearl
on Tuesday, March 20th, in the members 'besides Miss' Beige' are street at this place. ,
diurcli.
Misses. Gladys Foster, Sarah Hicks
The Patriotic Sons of America of and Hazel and Daphne Layton, Lester ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS NEWS.
Highlands celebrated their fourth an- Newman, 'William Applegate, Ivie
niversary last Friday nighfcty Repre- Branson, John Greene and Raymond Presbyterian Sunday-School Will
Hold an Indoor Picnic,
sentatives were present from Bel- Parker.
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Kev. J. C. Lord, pastor of the
Tho Presbyterian Sunday-school
Stone
church
at
Navesink,
will
preach
will hold an indoor .picnic next MonWork has been resumdd in the shirt
day night in the, church basement. Leonard's. ' The Christian Endeavor
The entertainment committee con- socioty held a sociable last Thursday
sists of Miss Alice Bowtell, Miss night at Mrs, P. Whitman's.. A lecSusie Oakcrson, Henry Gehlhaus, ture on tho history ot communication
William Nason and Rev. Joseph H. will be given at the church on ThursSchaeffer.
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day. March* 22d, under tho direction
Tho Atlantic Highlands boy scouts of tho society. Rev. George- H. Gardwill give a sociable tomorrow nig1>t ner's sermon for next Sunday morniti the basement of the Central J)ap- ing will be "The Glorious Gospel,"
tist church. Scout games and stunts At night he will preach on "The Call
will be performed. Rev. Joseph H. of Homo."
Schaeffer, Leslie Antonides, Normnn . No service will beheld at th'o MethConoyer, Leonard Irwin," Louis Wen- odist church next Sunday, as Rev.
ger and Rutherford Porteus have Norman V, Sargent Will attend tho
charge of the sociable. S. T, Cham- conference at Atlantic City. Mr.
pion will make a short address.
Sargent expects to return to AtlanMiss Evelyn Mulligan spent part of tic Highlands.
last week at New York.
Raymond Geary, who is employed
Bert Brown of Nutley, a former at Bridgeport, Connecticut, spent
resident of Atlantic Highlands, spent Sunday nt his home here.
Sunday with his mother, Mrs.. 0. A.
Enos Stanhope, manager of Child's
Brown.
grocery store, is confined to tho house
The ladies' aid society of the Cen- with grip.
tral Baptist church will meet tomorEarl S. Snyder, Bon of Mayor
row afternoon at Mrs. Thomas H. Charles R. Snyder, has been ap-
pointed a member of the assembly
committee of Lafayette collego for
tho commencement exercises,
Harry Roberts has been appointed
assistant postmaster to succeed Fred
Young, who is employed by tho City
bank of Now York.
Atlantic Highlands residonts have
received past cards from Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Oakes, who are staying
at Jacksonville, Florida.
The oighth-crade qfsthe Atlantic
Highlands public school will give the
piny of "Bin VanWinkle'-'-Jiexfc Friday
afternoon in the Bchool auditorium.
Miss Mary Lindsay and Miss Ruth
Mnnsor, teachers at the Atlantic
Highlands high school, spent Saturday and Sunday at New York.
A trolley car jumped tha track at
tho switch at the southern end of
First avenue last Saturday morning.
It took an hour to get the car back
on tho tracks.
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Harry Carter has moved from tfi.3
Eilert farm to Mrs, .Honry Hardy's
houso nt Henddon's Corner. Mm
Carter is employed on Samuel J«
Riker'g place. Joseph Wall has
moved from: Andrew Winter's house)
to H. P. Robinson's house.
Miss Mlnio Scott, who is employed}
in Adlom & Co/a Btoro at Bed Bank,
is spending a week with her punlj
nt Now York. ,
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Edith Falla of Guernsey, Kmp
land, has been spending soven weeks
with her aunt,' Mrs. William Scott;
Miss Fnllion left Sunday for Canada!,
to visit her cousins before, returning
to England. •
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Mrs, Frances Wilkerson has Jte*
turned from a few days' visit aft
Brooklyn and Plninfleld. Mrs, Wtt».
kersons daughter Bertha has gonti
back to school at Brooklyn after ti
visit of several days with her mothei
here.
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\io)si3o}j oqx m BBi}JOApn 04 Bind $j
EXHIBIT AT
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lark,
Sfefa 3nmn
We will offer for your inspection a complete line of Fords at the Red Bank show,Jncluding the new
models in Coupelet, Sedan and' Town Car. The Chandler, four passenger, clover leaf roadster and seven
passenger touring car.
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Oakland Touring Car, Runabout anS Sedan and a cut out Oakland, exhibition chassis, giving, an
opportunity to see exactly the construction of this " sensible six."
Women's Spring Millinery
Beauty is attained and becomiiigness assured in these new Spring
Hats, then graceful lines and material.
OAKLAND
the
SENSIBLE
SIX
Tlie marvelous ingenuity of Parisian designers is beyond belief.
The neu;_season brings models inspired by some guiding genii that
seems to urge and suggest a variety hitherto undreamed of. • •
Tailleur, The Newest Suits
Suits of Wool Jersey, Khaki-Kool and Serge, the new box plaited
model with inverted panels; some have the new yoke effect. The
Jackets are short and have large collar and cuffs of contrasting materials. All are beautifully silk lined. The prices range from $24.50
to $55.00. The season's most desired shades.
Oakland "Sensible Six" Sedan, $3,020
Spring Coats
Ultra smart coats of Wool Velour, Australian Wool Velour,
Velour Checks and Serges. Many have the paneled backs and cross
lielt tying in front. Large collar and cuffs are used to advantage as
is the new vogue of stitching. These coats are all beautifully trimmed
with buttons. Prices are from $24.50 to $45.00. '
Charming Dresses
Diversity of style is the keynote of the new models shown in
Street and Afternoon Dresses, hi some, the waist line is lost to sight;
others are shirred and gathered at the normal waist line. Many are
made in Russian effect and have large shirred patch pockets. The
materials are: Georgette Crepe, Gros de Londres, Silk Jersey and
Crimniley Taffeta. Colors:" Gold, Tan, Apple Green, Light Grey,
Taupe, Copen and Navy. Prices are $12.75 and $19.50.
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Women's Shoes $3.85
Oakland Touring Car, $875
Oakland Runabout, $875
We will also offer for inspection, in the accessories department, a few specialties from our tire and
supply department: including G. & J., Goodyear, and Michelin tires, Hasler Shock Absorbers, Mirrors,
Electric Lamps and supplies for them, Bumpers, Tire Carriers and various accessories, for Fords and other
cars.
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Values up to $10.00
A clearance of broken lines remaining from the winter's selling. Principally black shoes in button and lace;
a few in white kid and color.
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Mqn mouth'Street, opposite Post Office
Saturday and Monday
Special and very important Sale
Distributor of Ford, Oakland and Chandler Motor Cars
Supplies and Accessories
Tires at Right Prices
Complete Stock of Ford Parts and Accessories
Second Hand Cars For Sale -
Our dress fabrics are purchased direct fron'i the mills and all the
middlemen's prolitsVe avoided. Moderate as our prices usually are
(hey will be especially.so for Saturday and Monday, as evidenced
by these prices:
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Checked Wool Coating, hlack and white with a two-tone
effect, 5-4 inches vide, $2.75 per yard, worth S3.50; 56
inches wide, $2.00 per yard. .'
Stockinette Serge,- finest quality, 44 inches wide, special
at $1.50 per yard. ' .
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Chiffon Broadcloth, super excellent quality,- 50 inches wide,
$2,25 per yard.
Sport-Pongee, new effect, 36 inches wide, $1.50 per yard.
Silk Shirting, the very finest, 36 inches wide, $1.25 per
yard.
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Sale Furniture
The following prices will be in effect until Saturday night.
Special Furniture reduction for Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
March 8lh, 9th and 10th.
Fo
ing of:
e Queen Ann Jacobean Dining Room Suite consist1
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5-1-inch Buffet.. . . .•
42-inch-China Case.
3'1'-inch Side T a b l e . .
48-inch 6-foot Extension T a b l e . . .
• Four-piece Colonial Antique Mahogany Bedroom Suite consisting of;"••.""
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1 48-inch Dresser
1 Chifteiohe,-. . . ; . . . . , . , . . . . .
1 4-G Four-Post Bed
1 Toilet Tab|e with Three-Way Mirror
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If you find that a general overhauling or minor repairs are necessary,.don't forget that
we are equipped to do this work in a'satisfactory, mannerevandvthat we also specialize in
the making of autOmofeile'parts, hardening and grinding.
We have a complete welding outfit which enables us to repair cracke$ cylinders, cracked
or broken crank cases, transmission cases, or in fact anything that may need to be welded.
We repair all makes "of batteries, starting and lighting systems, magnetos and speedometers.
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We also carry a'full line of Automobile accessories, tires, etc.
Estimates on all work at your request and satisfaction guaranteed. .
If you have the misfortune to experience trouble with your car bythe roadside, you will
always get quick service by calling Red Bank 1074.
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2f9 E. Front Sfc
THE RED BANK REGISTER.
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The car with more Standard parts than any car under|$l,200.00
This is no experiment or copy^of another Brooder but
the best coal burning Brooder in use.
The following list of large farms using these brooders in
Monmouth county proves their efficiency; besides the following there ace a large number of small breeders who have
them in use—all are satisfied.
Continental motor, Warner transmission, Timken axles and bearings, Fedder radiator, Rayfield or btronioerg1 •
carburetor, Remy ignition, gExide battery, tilted ciearvision Windshield, ,
Collin's one-man top.
$865.00 f. o. b. Factory
LONE STAR POULTRY FARM, Bradevelt, N. J.
SPRING BROOK FARM, Royport, N. J. •
MONMOUTH POULTRY FARM, Freneau, N. J.
SUNNY BROOK FARM, Eatontown, N. J.
EUNROBIN FARM, Red Bank, N. J.
. BOHELLIN FARM, Eumson, N. J. ,
BROOKDALE FARM, Red Bank, N. J.
CHAPEL HILL POULTRY FARM, Atlantic Highlands, N. J.
LOCUST GROVE POULTRY FARM, Eatontown, N. J.
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POPE POULTRY FARM, Preneau, N. J.
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BUTT0NWOOD POULTRY FARM, West Long Branch, N. J.
MILLBROOK FARM, Red Bank, N. J.
This shows the majority of large Poultry Farms to be
users* of this Brooder. Why fool with other makes after
reading this list of satisfied users? Order now to avoid delay
in shipment.
AGENTS
DUNROBIM FARM
Telephone 5 7 9
The most:economical car to operate,
being built.
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RED BANK, N. J.
FOR EARLY SPRING
now being shown by
CLARENCE WHITE, Red Bank
aa to d, 1 to 8, $3.85 to $12.00'
in Black Kid, Brown Kid, Grey
« Kid and Suede and other beautiful
combinations. All are the newest
creations of high class makers and
will appeal to your taste. In these
times when many dealers find it
difficult to properly care for their
trade, you can bank on this store.
I can.fit you, please, you and guarantee to be under city price.
$495.00 f. o. b. Factory
Paiterton Brothers, Spring Lake,
Freehold Motor Co., Freehold, N. J,
Monmoutti Beach Garage Co., Mon«
mouth Beach, N. J.
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Frank Hulie, Manstquanj N. J.
E..Brower, Sea Side Park, N. J.
Cha'i. Woodward, Engliihtown, N. J.
Thomas McKnight, Red Bank, N. J.
W. W. Johni, Sexton Garage, Ailury
Park, N. J.
HAZLET NEWS.
Seamless Tap.
Brussels Rugs
We have some very nice
Art Loom Rugs
in red, blue, green and tan, size 9x12, at 9x12..
$46,00 that are worth §60.00
8.3x10.6
6x9
Royal Wilton
Rugs
9x}2
8.8x10.6
at$28.S0
Axminster Rugs
9x12..
8.3x10.6..
6x9
Rag Rugs
9x12
....at$42.00 8x10......
;........ at $39.00 6x9..
Seamless Wilton
Rugs
Size 9x12..^.....
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. . . a t $22.50
. at $14.98
....at$19.75
at $17.50
.at$12.98
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....at$8.98
at $6.98
at $4.98
All the small sizes that are made
-Joseph Wilds'Best
•Grade of Inlaid
Linoleum
at S1.3O a sqf.
Printed Linoleum
At 50c, 60c and 65c aq. yd.
the Kellogrg sanitarium at Battle
'reek, Mich.
Ladles' Auxiliary of Firs Company
Mr. and Mrs. William Ousterman
Holds Social Gathering.
were New Brunswick visitors Sunday.
The ladies' auxiliary'of Hazlet fire
Mrs. W. L. VanSykels and family
company held its regular meeting in lave moved into the house vacated by
the firehouse Thursday night. After Walter Heiser.
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the business session the evening was
Lester Smith, who has been work
spent in playing games. Prizes were ing at New Brunswick, has moved
awarded to Mra. Frank P. Sproity into the house with his father, El
Mrs. Marcus D. Leroy, Howard Wall- wood Smith.
ing and Edward Hannaway.
Mrs. McBride of Brooklyn is visitThe Knritan township committee ng Sidney Reid.
met at Keyport Friday night. ComThe temperance union meeting
mitteemen Carr and Seeley, Assessor held at Mrs. C. L. Palmer's last TuesLehr and Collector Roberts, Overseer day afternoon was largely attended.
of the Poor Aumack and Clerk Wei- Mra. Patterson of Atlantic Highlands,
Band were present. Bills amounting state treasurer, gave an address.
to ?62 were ordered paid. Collector
Arthur Borden has moved from
George B. Roberts turned in Freehold
to the A. Scott house on tin
$2,191.36.
Marlboro road.
Miss Cornelia VanMeerbeke will
Mrs. Anderson and daughter Mary
hold an informal dance in the flre- of Keyjiort 'recently visited Mrs.
house Friday night.
George Curley.
' Last Wednesday night Hazlet Ore
A lew friends of Mrs. 0. W. Sampcompany and Liberty hose company son gave her a surprise party last
of South Keyport played their four- Tuesday night, it being her birthday.
teenth match of pocket billiards at
No church' services were held In
Liberty's house. Each team won four the village last Sunday on account of
games, Hazlet tallied 173 and Lib-the storm.
erty 164. The total score at present
Arthur Borden; is working for D,
is Hazlet 2,332, Liberty 2,329. The E. Mahoney.
next match will be played at Keyport.
Mra T. B.'TIlton of Brooklyn has
Rlrer Plaza New*.
been visiting her brother, John L. T. Mrs. Chnrle3 Conover is slowly, re
WebBter.
covering from bronchitis.
Mildred, daughter of H. Alvin
The community sowing circle me
Walling, who has been sick, is recov- last Thursday afternoon at Miss Iona
ering.
Brand's,
Miss Grace H. Weigand has been
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Taylo
sick for several days with a cold.
moved Saturday to Jersey City. They
Miss Adeline Hortlois visiting rel- recently sold their farm stock and
atives on Long Island.
machinery.
Mrs. Edward M. Evans has re- William M. Petingnle ia visiting
turned to Astoria,' L. I., after a his mother at Washington, D. C. He
week's visit with L. D. Roberts.
attended President VVil3on's inaugu
Mrs. Edward M. "Evans spent ration Monday. ''
Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Walter
D. Brown of Freneau.
Miss Bessie Adams has returned to
Brooklyn after a week'B visit with
MiBses Agnes and Bessie Adams.
Mrs. Fred P. Clayton and children
of Bradley Beach have been visiting
Mrs. Clayton's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
William T. Voorheos.
John A. Lewis of Long Branch is
substituting at Hazlet station during
the nbsonco of Joseph H. Webster,
who is on a wedding trip to Miami,
Florida.
Mrs. Norman White, who undorwent an operation for appondicitis at
Reliable Home Treatment
a Now Brunswick hospital, is reported
to bo doing nicely.
Thousands of wives, mothers and sis
Mr, and Mra. James Morrcll wore tors
aro enthusiastic In tholr prnlso o)
Now Brunswick visitors on Wcdnos- Orrlnc.
becauso It hua relieved tholr lovoi
dny.
onefl
of tho "Drink Habit" unit tliorob:
Mrs. Daniol W. Walling and Mrs.brought
happiness to tliolr liomon, Cai
P. Otto Weigand, Jr., were Perth Ambo slvcn aecrotly.
boy visitors on Saturday. "
Edward, son of .Harvey Hyor, is i Orrlno 1» prepared In two forms: No.
aoorot treatment; Orrlno No, 2, tho1 vo
sick with a cold,
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box. Auk for booklet. Jnmon Coopoi
LONG BRANCH.
Marlboro Newt.
Jr., Broad and Whlto utrcotn, Hod Dan
Mrs. R. II, Strykcr is spending
Luke Longhead is a wondor when
flovernl wooksjwlth her sister, Mrs.
it comes to finding lost articles. T n
Cox of Brooklyn.
JRov, B. L. Dnkor has returned from him,—Advertisement
9 Broad Street,
Red Bank, N. J.
Ceresota, Pillsbury and Gold Medal FLOUR, $10.35 bbl
2Oo, 23c, 28o
QUTTER1NE
14 lb baa Table Salt 17c
ONIONS - lOo lb
WHOLE GRAIN RICE - - So lb, S lbs top 23o
So
1O LARGE NUTMEGS
can 12o
ALASKA PINK SALMON
lOa
3 POUNDS CORN MEAL
Large Package SEEDED RAISINS
- lie pi«S
So
BIG PACKAGE CORN STARCH BESTPEARLBARLEY
lb 6a
FRESH SWEET BLOOM BUTTER
STERLING BUTTED - - . - LENTEN
Threaded Codfiib, pltff
DrcMed Codfuh, lb
Pink Salmon, can
Red Silmon, can.
Hone Shoe Salmon, can
45c
39c
SUGGESTIONS
6c Tans FUh, can
16c, 23c
13c Froth Shad, can
12c
12c
18c Froih Shrimpt, can.. . . . . . . . 10c
Cc
20c Domealic Sardinei, can.
The Chaapeit Good Soapi—
lb
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10c
Child!1 Naphtha or Child.1
Freih Cracker Dust, lb
8c
4c
7 Hotel CanJlei
Sc Laundry, cake
3 caket Fritradihip Soap
10c
Sweat, Taaty Hawaiian Pineapple, lb
ISc SO Sheeta Wax Lunch Paper.. 0c
Sliced L e m o n Cling T A B L E : P E A C H E S
c a n 12c
KELLOGO'S C O R N F L A K E S
pkfl Do
iblOo
LARGE EVAPORATED PEACHES
Bin W h i t e Breakfast M A C K E R E L 1 7 c a n d 2Oc e a
Tho ChenptBt and Beat Breaklaat The»n Paya of High Prlcea
Beat Mines Meat, while it lailt
COFTTEE
Child'* Cafe Blend lb 19c
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(Chlld'a Special Blend lb 25c
Chlld'i Winner Coffcolb 20c
6Oo QUALITY TEA, 3 5 c lb
Stralaht Ceylon
Prlnccaa Blend
Old Country Aiwim
VTc
Quarter-Pound can Oo
Child's Breakfast Cocoa ""•"-*—
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Phono 208-R
Rod Bank, N. I.
(Where Your Money Goes t h e Forthoot.
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THE RED BANK REGISTER.
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WILL BE EXHIBITED AT
The 11 Zobel Exhibit will k thecenter
of attraction atthe Show
and will be located near the entrance of the big Auditorium. Representatives will be present to give complete
information why and where the Marmon, Hudson, Buick
and Oldsmobile are the world's recognized leaders. Other
exhibits will be interesting, but it will be our exhibit that
will draw the crowd and hold it.
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MEET ME AT THE ZOBEL EXHIBIT
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Buick Six-Cylinder Touring Car $1,070, f. o. b. Factory
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LONG BRANCH
RED BANK
Tel. 560-W
Tel. 675- W
Tel. 90
FAIR HAVEN NEWS.
Unique Facilities possessed by KAYS enables
us to offer Original Models not to be found on
display by others.
Hats that are becoming—is the essential aim of
every well dressed woman and KAYS SERVICE
guarantees that highly important quality. Each
model we show has an individuality that stamps it
as being justly Original. Can you imagine such
.a Hat Collection-Becoming Millinery for every
woman, no matter what her age, type or taste
may be.
Distinctive fVWIinery-is our keynote, not
ordinary so called creations seen with monotonous
regularity in every'store window,' but Creations,
in every sense of the word that shows creative
ability of our designers. True, many shapes are
standard, yet it is the deft touches her.e and there,
that lend distinction to KAYS.MILLINERY and
when you wear one, it will be distinctively YOURS
and yours alone. For Originality and No-TwoAlike—are the dominate note in the finest display
of Hats we have ever shown.
On your next trip, to Asbury P a r k - L a d l e s , inspect this store. Feast your eyes upon a wonderful
collection of Hats for Women, Misses and Children,
for we will not urge you to buy, but if you buy
you will then realize our marvelous.offerings.
"If it's new,•.pe have it"
Buick Six-Cylinder Roadster $1,040, f. o. b. Factory
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639 Cookman Avenue^
ASBURY PARK, N.JT b \
"Your Money Back if You Want It'
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Arthur Williams Sell* Furniture and
Movei to Foreit Hill.
Arthur Williams, whose wife died
recently, has sold his furniture in his
house on Clay street and has moved
to Newark. The house he lived in
is owned by William Chandler and
has been rented to William Knight.
Edward Ritter, who is employed
in the A. & P. grocery store at Red
Bank, has rented part of Prank A.
Mulford's house at the corner of
deNormandie avenue and Main street.
Edward Brown was out plowing
snow from the sidewalks throughout
the village yesterday.
Harvey Flood, who has been at
Philadelphia some time, is having a
brace made to strengthen one of his
ankles. He was wounded in the
ankle by 'a bullet several years ago
and has been troubled ever since.
No services were held at the Methodist church Sunday morning because of'the storm. The mid-week
prayer.service wil be held at the
church tonight. Rev. Mr. Blackwood of Como spoke at the revival
service Friday night.. Rev. Z. T.
Dugan of Red Bank spoke at several
of the services .
About $60 was cleared nt the Martha Washington supper held recently
by the ladies' mite society of the
Methodist church.
Ernest Otto, Hap Handy and Tony
Hunting, members of the actors' colony, have been visiting their summer
homes here.
The ladies' aid society "will meet
tomorrow afternoon at Mrs. Lewis
Smith's. Friday night tho Christian
Endeavor society willl'visit the Hollywood society at Long Branch.
The Fajr Haven social dub will
hold another dance at the American
Mechanics' hall tonight. Music will
be furnished by Chamberlain's- orchestra of Red Bank.
Misses Jennie Grover and Ella Bennett of North Centeryille have been
visiting William C. Sickles.
LINCROFT NEWS.
The Roadt in Thi> Neighborhood Are
Almoit Impaunblc.
Not within the memory of the oldest residents have the roads in this
neighborhood been as bad as they are
now. Joseph W. Thompson, the overseer, has had men and teams working on the road nearly every day
lately, but on account of the unusual
wenther bad roads are unavoidable.
John R. Conover has built a homemade snow plow of a new type. Ho
used it last week with good results
on hia own property and his neighbors' properties.
' George Thompson has returned
from a visit to his uncle, Abram Clayton of lied Volley..
Miss Mario Hohiirst and Paul DuBoisc of New
York spent Saturday
»nd Sunday1 with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Seedom.
Miss Lydia Thompson spent Saturday und Sunday with Miss Emma
Thompson of Marlbrook farm.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John R. Conovor
spent part pf last week with Mr. and
Mrs. George Richdalo of Phalnnx.
Eugene Layton, tf?., was out Satunlny nnd Sunday with his snow plow
making paths through the village.
v HandfinisMng ®nd Examining.
Convenience of Employes.
at once to
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W. GREIG, Superintendent.
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