RACE RESULTS IN A FIGHT. A RECORD FOR LONGEVITY.

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RACE RESULTS IN A FIGHT. A RECORD FOR LONGEVITY.
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REGISTER
VOLUME XXXVII,* NO,' 52.
RED BANK, N,« JM WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1915,
PAGES 1 TO 8.
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RACE RESULTS IN A FIGHT.
SCHOOL TEACHERS TO WED,
Bank
Epfkltminti of Tnr««
DOG FIGHT IN CHURCH.
PAIR FOR BABIES' HOSPITAL,
It Will ba Held Next Wednaiday at
A RECORD FOR LONGEVITY.
Mrs. Ira Barrowaa'i,
Teacher* Announced.
SCRAPPY CANINES CAUSE COMA
festival
to raise money to carry
Miss Elizabeth Brandei, daughter MOTION AT ENTERTAINMENT,
on the work of the babies' hospital
of Augustus Brandes, and Leo MeOceanic will bo held at Mrs. Ira
MIDNIGHT FISTIC ENCOUNTER FOLLOWS Kee,*"both of Red Bank, have an- Tha Scrap Broke Out Just as the Pat- atBarrowes's
AND FIVE BROTHERS
next Wednesday after- TWO B SI STEPS
nounced their wedding engagement.
tor of the Tinton Falls Methodist noon and night.
The fair will take
TROTTING MATCH.
,
The date for the marriage has not Church Started to Maka a Prayer at
6lace in the house and on the lawn.
EACH OVER 7 0 YEARS OLD.
been Bet. Miss Brandes is a teacher
Children'* Day Exereisei.
[at«, negligees, fancy articles and
In the Mechanic street school. Mr,
day was observed by the gardening tools and implements will
Colt's Hack Man's Hor«e Wort the Race, but the McKee ii assistant superintendent of TinChildren'*
ton Falls Methodist Sunday-school be on Bale, There will be a grab bag
the horte department at the armory. Sunday
The exercises were for children, moving pictures and Their Ages Range from 8 4 to 7 1 Years and ComMiss Edna Naser and J, William rendered night,
Owner of the Horse Got Licked and boat His lob Heim,
In * very creditable manner music by Brooks & Denton, New York
another Red Bank young and everything
passed off according to banjoists, A number of articles will
bined They Total 5 4 0 Years—John W, Borden of
are engaged to be married. the program until
before the en- be disposed of on the co-operative
and Lost His Rig—His Horse and Wagon Sold at couple,
Miss Naser is a daughter of Andrew tertainment closed,just
when something plan, among them being an automoand is a teacher at Shrewsbury. happened thai was not
scheduled to bile and a doll. The affair will be Little Silver- One of the Members of the Familya Chattel Mortgage Sale as a Result of the Fight. Naser
Mr, Heim is superintendent of thetake
place
at
all.
Before
pronouncing under the direction of a cornmittee of
Shrewsbury avenue school at Red
Celebrated His 77th Birthday Last Week.
~ Burton
~
'J_.~K.which Mrs, Barrowes is chairman,
George Crawford of Colt'i Neck scrapping1 as well aafistfighting,and
Bank. The wedding date has, not the b d i ^ Rov,
Way, tht
r» walked to the rear
got a licking and lost his job and lost this feature of the combat was fur-been fixed.
John W. Borden of Little Silver povcrnment troops. The boat wai
of the chu
order to shake hands
bin horse and wagon as a result of a ther added to by'a small boy who got
Point wa« 77 years old Thursday, nnd ut Port Royal at tho time of the
withth#p
as theyfiledout.
fight k i t week. He w u fired the out of the Van,derburg man's wagon
he received a number of birthday battle there and Mr, Borden %vas a
"We wfll w w pray," he said, raisday after the fight. The horse and in order to get a better view of the
gifts
and a shower of birthday card«, witness of the fight.
ing his hands for silence. He was
wagon passed out of his possession battle. This boy shouted eneour»g*Borden is a retired captain. For
Mr, Borden is of a long-lived
shaping hii nibuth to utter the first GARAGE AND CAR DESTROYED Mr.
Saturday when it was auctioned off at ment to Hammernick and kept rea number of years ho was in charge family. He has four brothers *8fMl
OLD TRINITY PARISH HOUSE word of the benediction when a trea chattel mortgage sale. The mort- peating:
of one of the Patten steamboats lun- two sisters, each of whom, like himAND HOUSE DAMAGED.
mendoui din broke out in the choir
gage was held by Frank S. Weeks of
"Give it to him Dan, Soak him
HAS BEEN TORN DOWN,
loft, The souifd was a combination of William C. Roger., the Owner, Had ning between Pleasure Day and Now self, i« past the allotted age of threeColt's Neck, who was Crawford's em- good."
York. Ho has also Keen KCV\ Ice on score and ten yearn. All of them llva
ployer. He discharged Crawford and
Mr. Weeks, holder of the chattel A New and Larger Building for the growls, snarlk, barks, yelps and
No Insurance on the Garage and deep wntcrand has twice been throujrh at Little Silver. They are Mrs^ CaroUse of the Sund.y-School Will be whines. The' noise came from two
foreclosed the mortgage because of mortgage on Crawford's rig and also
Auto—Woman
Drags
Chauffeur
tho straits of Magellan. He retired line D. Pontin, Miss Sallie Borden
Put Up (n It* PIae«—Donations of dogs, who had been in the loft near
his disapproval of Crawford's fighting Crawford's employer, lives near the
from Beneath Blazing Car,
from active Berviee a few years iigo, ami Richard, William^ Edward and
$1,500 for New Chapel.
their ownew While the entertainment
propensities.
place where the fktie battle was
On Thursday he received a number of Jacob Borden. Jacob Borden, who is
Fire
caused
by
gasoline
igniting
was
in
progrert.
The
animals
had
not
The old Sunday-school building In
A trotting match between Craw- fought. He was awakened from n
calls
from friend!), who congratulutf d the oldest member of the family, is
from
the
flame
of
an
automobile
lamp
shown
any
b^fi
feeling
till
near
the
ford's horse and a team owned by sound sleep-by the noise made by the the rear of Trinity church on West end of the exercises when for Borne destroyed a garage and automobile him on hia health anil who wished him past eighty years of age. He vlsitl
Daniel Hammernick of Vanderburg fighters and by the shouts of the boy Front street has been torn down, and reason they became enraged at each owned by William C. Rogers of many more years of earthly -jxih
Red Bank every clear day. It is nearpaved the way for the fight, Craw- wpo was yelling advice to Hammer- a now and larger building will be put
Keansburg, and damaged Mr. Rog-before he wears a halo nnd plftys nn ly four miles from bin home to Red
nick,
Partially
dressing
himself,
Mr,
up
in
its
place.
The
old
building
was
ford and Hammernick hud been to a
!
other.
house on Thursday night. The harp. Mr. Boiden's wife is of
f about
about Bank, but ho usually makes the trip
The din waft prodigious. The choir ers's
moving picture show at Freehold, On Weeks rushed outside without any worn out, and this, with the fact that
automobile
and
garage
were
value:!
the
game
age
as
her
husband
and
she by walking.
shoes
or
stockings
on
to
see
what
th'e
tho growth of the Sunday-school was compose! mostly of women. at $800, and no insurance was carried
the way home they got talking about
The combined ages of all the memhale and hearty, The couple have
tho speed of their horses, nnd from trouble was. He parted the fighting necessitated larger quarters, made a They serearnid and stood up onon either. The damage to the house is
of
family ia
is WTV
540 ^Eoi:)
years and
J * P r © O XSOrCjCTl s
j bers
uti3 y
i the
t u t mntiij'
uuu it
IB
this tulk the race resulted. Crawford men, and it was fortunate for Craw- new chapel necessary. The contract chairs, while ttie men folks made ef- and furniture was about $400 and £L SQIlj
Mr. Borden was for ten years cap- is a record that is equalled by few
had another Colt's Neck man "in the ford that Mr,»Week« put in appear- will probably be awarded this week. forts to kick the snarling dogs apart, was covered by insurance.
tain of a steamship owned by the other Monmouth county families, Jawagon with him. Hammernick had ance when he did, Hammernick had
The new building will be 80x76 It took about five minutes to separate
Mr,
Rogers
runs
an
automobile
Panama railroad company. This boat cob Borden is 84 years of ago, Wilgotten
the
best
of
Crawford,
and
the
the
fighting
animals,
and
during
that
hia wife nnd children and another
feet, and will cost $8,000 to $7,000.
latter was so groggy from the blows It will be of brick, two stories high, time the fight moved from the choir hack line, John Provin, one of hia made trips in Central' American liam is 81, Richard is 79, John W. is
man for passengers in his wagon.
had landed on him that he was and will be provided with hot andloft to the front door. Finally one chauffeurs, was putting a tire on an waters. During the civil war Mr.77, Mrs. Caroline Pontin i» 75, EdHammernick's horses got the lead which
on
the
verge of collapsing. On thecold water, Heat and electric lights. man got in a kick that parted the automobile when the fire broke out. Borden was first officer of the steam- ward is 73 and Miss Sallie Borden Is
nt tho start of the race, but Craw- other hand
Crawford's friend had al- The first floor will be used for Sun-dogs, There was so much force be- Mr. Provin drew a small amount of ship Illinois which was used to carry 71.
ford's steed gradually overhauled the most put Hammernick's
friend out of day-school purposes and church en- hind the blow that the dogs went hurl- gasoline from the tank to clean the
Vanderburg team. As his rig went commission.
After
•
Mr, Weeks tertainments. The second floor will ing through the air in a series of som- tire. The oil lampa on the car were
past Htfrnmerniek's horses, Crawford
EINTRACHT CLEARS $70.
CASE WILL BE APPEALED.
the scrap the fighters stood be fitted out for infant class rooms, ersaults. Yelping with pain and lighted, and the fumes of the gasoline
reached out of his wagon nnd gave the stopped
caught fire when Mr, Provin crawled
around
for
a
time
making
threats
fright
and
with
their
tails
between
club
rooms
and
playrooms
for
the
Vamlerburger's animal a cut with his
each other, but finally they girls and boys of the parish. It is heir legs, the two scrappy canines ran under the automobile to attach the One Hundred Periem Attend Faitivi. Officials of Junior American Mechanwhip. Crawford claims that Hammer? against
ics Vote to Carry Suit Higher,
went
home.
All of them had bloody not a part of the plan of the trustees in opposite directions to their homes. tire on the rim. Mrs, Rogers was ^"""tiei of Red Bank Society.
nick undertook to cut him off so that noses and blackened
standing
in
the
garage
watching
the
The
Red Bank officials of the lodge
About
100
persons
attended
a
card
eyes,
but
CrawThe
dogs
had
followed
their
owners
to
he could not pass him. He claims ford wns hurt worse than any of the to make the place a public entertain- church without their owners knowing process. Provin did not know that party and dance under the direction of Junior
American Mechanics and
ment hall but to use it solely for
1
that Hammernick crowded him so far other men,
it, and no one was aware of the pres- the gasoline had caught fire, but Mrs. of the- ladies' auxiliary of the Ein-the authorities of the state council of
church work,
to one side of the rood that his
ence of the animals until they got Rogers saw the flames spread to the tracht society in the Kridel building Junior American Mechanics, held a
(Crawford's) wagon scraped against
Tho church has about $3,000 on to
Mr, Weeks held Crawford respontank of the car. She caught Provin by Wednesday night. About $70 vanconference last week at which it was
fighting.
the road fenders. Crawford says that sible for the fight, and he told Craw- hand to pay for the building, The
the foot and pulled him from beneath cleared, A pillow donated by Mrs.decided to appeal from the verdict
he slashed Hammernielc's team in ford the next day that he didn't want balance of the cost will be raised by
the automobile, but not until his arms
Finnegan of Saranac Lake was given by the jury in the case of Joorder to drive them -to the other side his services any longer, Mr. Weeks placing a mortgage on the property. CENTERVILLE SCHOOL CLOSES. and chest had been badly burned. Honry
disposed of on the co-operative plan. seph Bennett against the Bed Bank
of the road and thereby make room is overseer of the county roads in, At- Of the $3,00-0 available, $1,000 was
Mr. Provin has since been, under the It was won by Miss Helen Eurieh. lodge, The jury gave Bennett a verfor his (Crawford's) team to pass. lantic township and ho is alsf overseer donated by one man and $500 by Seven Pupill Get Prize- for Perfect care of a doctor.
The refreshments were donated by dict for $122 on his claim for sick
Attendance
Record*.
man. Both of the contribuHowever that may be, shortly after of most of the township roads. Heanother
Charles Hoffman and Benjamin Blom.
The
flames
spread
to
the
garage
while he was laid up with a
tors stipulated tha^-their names
The Centerville public school, in and later to the house. The garage Cash donations were given by Mrs.benefits
Crawford got home, Hnmmerniek employed Crawford as a teamster, should
broken leg. The lodge claims he was
not
be
made
known.
Holmdel
township,
closed
a,few
days
and
when
he
hired
him
he
furnished
.drove up to tho Colt's Neck man's
destroyed, and one corner of the Jjieob Degenring and Fred Luther. drunk when he got hurt and that he is
Rev. Robert Mackellar became rec- ago with an. entertainment in which was
house and took Crawford to task for him with the rig which Crawford
house
and some of the furniture in it The prize winners were Mrs. John entitled to no benefits because the
all
the
pupils
took
part.
Miss
Anna
using hie whip on the horses. Anused in the trotting race, Mr, Weeks tor of the church March 11st, 1892,
were
damaged.
The Keansburg and Baumbach, Mrs. Albert Kleinsehmidt, rules of the lodge prohibit the payargument ensued'and finally blows took a chattel mortgage on the horse He is also in charge of the Episcopal M. Braseh, the principal, presented New Point Comfort fire companies Frank Stier, Mrs. Lottie Pettit, Mrs, ment of money to members who get
were exchanged, Crawford picked up and waeon when he provided Craw- church at Fair Haven, and he hasbookstoRussifl and Thomas Dangler, did splendid work infightingthe
James Wokott, Charles Hoffman, y, t a result of drunkenness. The
an iron jing, which is used to keep a ford with the rig. In addition to^pay- beon rector of that church since July Catherine, Mafgaret and Marie Dowd flames. During the fire some one Mrs, William Buchanon, Mrs. Nelson a P pure aaB
i will be filed this week, the
and
Arne
and
Leonard
Kalma
for
not
ing
Crawford
for
working
off
the
1st,
1900,
The
Fair
Haven
church
is
gate closed, and flung it nt Hammerbroke into the cellar of the house and and Fred Weibling. The members of officials of the lodge say, and the case
being
absent
,nor
tardy
the
entire
roads,
he
also
paid
Crawford
for
the
an
independent
mission.
It
is
under
nick. It struck the Vnnderburg man
the gas meter open. The col- the committee in charge were Mrs, will then go before the court of comthe control of the bishop; but is not-year. In addition to them, the ehil- forced
Squarely in the face, making a cutservices of his horse,
lector
had
recently been around, and Edmund Nestler chairman, Mrs. Cath- mon pleas.
who had perfect records for there was only
that bkd profusely. Hammernick
Mr. Weeks did not want to have a part of the parish of any other ,dren
fifty cents to pay the erine Coggins, Mrs. Ernest Jordan
Robert Pierce takes exception to a
May were Isabella Carton, Ida Maythief
came buck at Crawford with his fists. any more business dealings with church. .
for his trouble.
and Mrs. Jacob Eurieh.
statement made in The Register relaElliott,
Marie-KoBbey,
Firnian
Mason,
The man who had been riding with Crawford after the scrap, and it was
Mr, Rogers will rebuild the garage
tive to his testimony at the suit. He
elvey, Helen and Buth
Crawford came to his friend's assist- for this reason that ho fired him and MONMOUTH STREET ACCIDENT. Alice
says he, did not claim to be able tojt«ll....
Partridge^nd Harold Walling. Miss and buy a new automobile. •
ance, but before he could get a whack foreclosed the mortgage. Constable
GUIDES FOR BOATMEN,
whether a man was drunk, nor did
n appointed *"for Bnat Hnmmernick, ho was intercepted by Peter 3; Frawlcy was crier of theMotogcyelkt-Hmt «nH AutoroobilUt
TRYINGvTO RAISE RARE PLANT, Warning Sign* Placed In the River not say that he had had experience in
tho man who had been riding in the sale. The horse was struck off to Fined $10 at Result of Collision.
,,
i- increased salary.
that respect. H r says that what n_e*
by C«pt. George ¥ rick.
wagon with Hammernick's family. Louis Snyder, prBprietor of the Oolt'a
An Indian motorcycle ridden by Isabella Carton and Harry and Waldid say was that he had had enough
Crawford's friend nnd Hammernick'a Neck hotel, for 838, The wagon and Ralph Saeeo, a tailor at Eatontown, ton WiU«y took the state examina- Seed Worth $50 a Pound Planted on
Capt.
George
Frick,
who
is
one
of
Oceanic Land.
friend were soon engaged in a fight harness was bought' for $7.50 by aand a Ford jitney bus driven by Wil* tions at Keyport and passed with high
the most enthusiastic boatmen at Red experience with Bennett to know
equally as strenuous as the battle be- Polish shoemaker* at:Calt's Neck, who Ham Tomaino of Red Bank, collided standings. The Willey children will
An experiment which, if successful, Bank.Hhas placed several stakes in when Bennett was drunk.
tween the two principals.
is known as Valentine, It cost Mr, on Monmouth street Thursday after- attend the Keyport high school, and may result in a new industry is being the river channel as a guide for motor
: It, was late at night, about mid Weeks $84 to buy the horse and wag- noon. Saeeo was going towards the Isabella Carton will probably take a tried out at Howard S. Borden's place boatmen. Two of the stakes are on
A BIGGER FIREHOUSE.
night, when the battle started. There on for Crawford, and the mortgage station and Tomaino was driving in course at a business college at Tren- at Oceanic, under the direction of this side of the old Southern railroad
'was more or less loud talk and word wn« for that amount;,.
George Kuhn, gardener on the place. bridge, and they indicate mussel beds Addition to Shrewsbury Building Will
the opposite direction. The automo- ton,
bile was turning northward to go on
Mr. Kuhn is endeavoring to»grow where the water is so shallow that a
be Built by W. S, Wainwriiht,
Maple avenue when it struck the
plants from the seed of alkenna pin- boat would go aground. Danger is
.'ALUMNI*'FESTIVITIES.
Winfleld S. Wamwright of Little
CLERKS' FINE RECORDS.
THIS YEAR'S VALEDICTORIAN. motorcycle. Sacco was cut over the- Annual- Reception and Dance Held toria flowers. This plant is a native printed oft'a sign on each stake. Four Silver was awarded a contract last
similar
warning
signs
are
between
the
ear and was bruised and seritcned.
of Franee, and its root gives a red
week for building an addition, 20x80
FHday Ntght.
Poitoffice Employee! Pan Examina- Her Two SUteri Likewise Won High He had his injuries attended to at
dye which is used in the preparation trolley bridge %nd the bridge of the feet, to the Shrewsbury firehouse.
Honor* Whan They Graduated, , Dr. William D, Sayre'i office. His
tion! with High Score*,
About 200 persons attended the of dye stuffs. The seed of the plant New York and Long Branch railroad, The cost will be $1,600, The addition
annual reception * and dance of thecannot be bought in this country, and Boatmen going up the river should will make the flrehouse about twice)i George B, Truex, Georgp O, Den- A notable incident in connection machine was smashed,
nis,,Joseph Johnston and Peder Gig- with the graduating exercises at Red Tomaino was arrested by Police- Red Bank alumnfc association Friday Mr. Borden had to pay |50 perleave all stakes on the port aide. In its present size, and the additional
leson took examinations as dispatch- Bank Wednesday night was the fact man Harry VanNote and two state night. The association elected the pound jfor it to have it imported going in the opposite direction the space is necessitated to make room
from France. If the experiment boats should pass the stakes on the
ing clerks a few days ago. The ex- that Lillian VonGlahn, the valediet* automobile inspectors and was fined following officers;
for a motor fire fighting apparatus
proves Buccessful Mr, Borden will starboard side.
amination was under the direction of rian of the class, has two sisters who $10,
His action in making the turn President—Benjamin Atwater.
which
the company bought a short
Vice president—Miss Ida Grover,
E, A. Slote, chief clerk of the rail- likewise held high honors in their re- in front of the motorcycle was con- . Treasurer—Howard
market the seed from his place. The
time ago. The addition will have a
Cole,
road mail service. The men werespective graduating classes. Miss strued as o violation of the state's Recording secretary—Miss * nuth , Dlb- plant bears an attractive blue flower,
FATE WAS_WITH HER,
bric^t front. Weather boards will ha
tested in throwing addressed cards Meta VonGlahn, the eldest sister, was new automobile traffic rules, and itben.
and in France is grown outdoors
used for the side enclosures. Theinto boxes bearing the same addresses valedictor,ian of the class of 1906. was for this reason that he was fined. Corresponding secretary — William without much cultivation. At theMr§, Hodgman Recover* Goodi by awork will be started next week. The
lierwood.
fortuitous Circumstance,
as the cards, Mr, Truex made n per- She is now employed as a stenograpresent time the United States gets
new engine is being overhauled at
The additional members of the ex- nearly all of its dye from abroad.
fect score, and he is the first person pher in the law office^ of Wilson &
While at a New York pawnshop L. Davison's garage, at Red Bank.
DOUBLE TROUBLE.
to be examined by Mr, Slote this yoar Smock. Miss Irma VonOIahn reecutive committee are Miss Helen
last week Mrs. George B, Hodgman The firemen ill hold a fair to ta»
who has achieved this record. Mr, ceived high honors 4n the class of Two Mitfortunei Befall the Family Boughton, John McClellan and Arnoticed in the shop a number of arti- money to pay for the addition
dd
and
RED
BANKER
WINS
BIG
SUIT.
Donnis was second, throwing only 1909.
She is a Latin teacher and
thur McQueen.
cles which were stolen last summer new apparatus.
of
Robert
Pierce
of
Shrewsbury,
-two. cards wrong, and Mr, Johnston has been engaged to teach at Red
The following program was ren-Judge'n DecUion Givei Homer Methot from her summer home at Fair HaRobert Pierce, Jr., aged two years, ered:
was thirif with three- misses. Mr, Ois- Bank next year. —
ven. Mrs. Hodgman went to the
Eitate Worth $600,000.
son of Robert Pierce of Shrewsbury, J lano KQlo,
leson had fourteen misses, and he
.Htirolil Ijuroa
shop to buy a camera, and the sales- GRADUATES FROM PRINCETON.
at
was badly scalded on his legs Satur- teoltatlon
.Miss
Ruth
Dibben
oiirnid a score of 98 per cent. The
suit
over
an
estate
valued
r
EINTRACHT PICNIC,
ocal solos
Miss JIarle Scully $600,000 was settled at the borough man showed her the very camera Theodore Partont Fint.hmJ CoINg*
day morning when he upset a pot of ..'iolin
contestants ore required to make 98
which had been taken from her house.
s
o
l
o
s
.
.
.
.
,
.
,
.
.
Angellcft
Ostendorff
Course La§t Week,
per cent or better,
Edna Naser hall at Red Bank on Saturday when She notified a detective, who went to
It Will ba Held Naxt Sunday in boiling coffee on himself. His injur- Vocal solos
ies were attended to by Dr. B, H,Recitations
Miss Leola Moore Judge Lawrence gave a decision en- the shop and recovered for Mrs. Theodore Parsons, son of Rer*
George A. Steale'a Grove.
r
, ocal solos.
Garftson,, .Eugene Magee titling Homer Methot to the estate. Hodgman most of the things stolen Dwight L. Parsons, graduated last
The 2Tth annual picnic of the Ein- On Saturday night a thief broke InThe estate in question was owned by from her summer residence. The week with high honors from PrinceBACK TQJIED BANK.
tracht society of Red .Bank will be to Mr, Pierce's chicken house and
Edouard Methot of Canada, who died value of the articles was about ?500 ton college. The playgrounds at Red
MISSION
TO
CELEBRATE.
Mr§. Jamgi Egen Return! Here After held in Steele's grove near Eaton- itole SB young chicks,
at the home of Homer Methot last
Bank were opened Monday under the
town next Sunday. Running races,
Traveling Extensively,
— . - — mi •
—
summer. Edouard Methot left a will
St.
Tbomat'i
Colored
Epiicopsl
summer schedule, with Mr. Parsons in
potato
races,
women'8
race,
fat
men's
BIKER
KNOCKED
UNCONSCIOUS
leaving practically all of the estate to
Mrs, James. Egen hay returned to
_, Church is Eight Yean Old.
charge, William Joseph Roddey of
Poiiened
with
Parti
Green.
race
and
a
thin
men's
race
will
be
Tho will was contested by Lloyd Boughton Hurt by a Fall from Rocky Hill, South Carolina, one of
Rod Bank after traveling in various
The eighth anniversary of theHomer.
An automobile will meet the
James Megarity of Shrewsbury was
Canadian
relatives
on
the
ground
that
parts of the United States and jnheld.
His Mount Monday Morning.
Mr, Porsons's classmates, is visiting
nt the Tinton Falls road from laid up two days last week with pois- founding of St, Thomas's Episcopal popund for it to have it imported
Mexico, She is how visiting Alfred trolleys
him. Mr, Farsons's brother, Reginald
mission
on
Catherine
street
for
colLloyd'
Boughton,
eon
of
C.
E.
10:00
o'clock
till
noon
to
transport
oning
caused
by
parts
green.
He
did
his will and that he was menCochrane of High street, Mrs. Egen passengera to the grounds free of
red Episcopalians In West Red Bank making
of Hudson avenue, was rid- Parsons, is home from Princeton for
tally deranged. The case was pend- Boughton
spent' the past year and a half at Vein charge. The members of the picnic not swallow any of the poison, butwill
be
observed
Sunday
afternoon
at
his bicycle on Broad street Mon- he summer vacation.
Cruz, Mexico, She has many curl- committee are Gus Kleinsehmidt he got a large quantity of it on him our o'clock. Rev, Robert MacKellar, ing several monthi. Edmund Wilson ing
morning, when the wheel slipped
osities which she gathered in herchairman, Ernest Jordan, Carl Mu- while working in a potato field. He rector of Trinity church of Red Bank, of Red Bank was the lawyer for the day
on
the
muddy road and Lloyd was Rumion Country Club'i Birthday.
perspirod
freely,
and
his
system
abwinning side. The people who contravels, Mrs, Egen is 72 years old. nich, Oscar Altweln and Max Jaeger.
sorbed some of the poison. He was and Rev. A. E. Jensen of Aabury tested the will say they will carry the thrown heavily to the ground, He
Tho Register has followed her In all
The fifth anniversary of the Rumwas rendered unconscious and was
very sick for two days, but is* now Park,, who is in charge of St.
case to a. higher court.
her travels,
son country club will be celebrated by
Thomas's
mission,
will
officiate.
taken
to
J.
I.
Monsky's
porch,
where
able to be around.
special reception for the membfn,
Bunk*. Gift to Graduates.
There will be special music and other
he revived, Lloyd received only atheir
and guests at the ctob
A, B. WILSON HONORED.
New Jitney Bin.
ntertainment features.
The Second national bank has preslight bruises on his arms and hips, terracefamilies
Monday night, July 6th, A
Traffic Violations.
and
later
rode
his
wheel
home.
Walter Anderson of Tinton Falls, sented each Red Bank graduate with
Special Degree Conferred on Former
display of fireworks will be a feature
a clerk In the hardware store of Hen- ft bank book with 11 credited to the Alex Dennis of Broad street was* ar- RECORDER'S FIRST WEDDING,
Red Banker by Univeriity,
of the evening's festivities; Should
drickKon & Applegatf of Red Bank, account of the. holder of *the book. rested .Saturday for violating a traffic
the night prove stormy the event will
A
degree
of
mechanical
engineer
Rephard
and
Pettit
Freed.
rule
and
was
fined
f
2.
This
gift
was
made
during
the
gradhas 1bought an automobile and is runL, Johtnon Performed Mar- was conferred upon A. B, Wilson of
Charles Rephard and Edward Pet- be held on the next fair evening.
Lawrence Wolf and Thomas Pur- Moieiriage
ning it asftjitnoy bus between Red uating exercises Wednesday night.
Saturday
and
Sunday.
Plainficild at the "annual commence- tit of Red Bank, who were sentenced
Bank and Long Branch, Walter \% It is believed that this gift will in- sell were each fined $1 for not having
Moses L. Johnson, the new re- ment exercises of the New "ifork uni- t» six and three months respectively
chauffeur of the car after working culcate tho habit of saving and will lights on their bicycles at night.
Young Folk, en
corder at Red Bank, performed his versity a few days ago. Mr. Wilson for assaulting Edward Haley, a grohours, and his brother John runs it in be a potent factor in giving the young
Ten
young folks of Red Bank went
first
wedding
Saturday
when
he
marwas formerly manager of .the Redceryman, wore paroled Monday by
folks a right start in life.
the daytime.
Miss Jennie Lake to Wed.
ried- Miss Angelina Palmieri and Bank branch of the New York tele- Judge Lawrence. The two young oh a strawride to Freehold one night
Miss Jennie Lake, daughter of Jo- Louis Sampolia. The couple are Hv- phone company. He was one of eight men will be in charge of John H. last week. Those in the party were
Marjorie Soffel, Lydia Meseph Lake of East Front street, is ing on DeForest avenue.
Science
Teaehar
Take,
a
Wife,
Will DUpose of Motorcycle.
men who were honored at the com- Houghton, probation officer, on whose Misses
1
ueen,
Jennie Smock and Evelyn
engaged.to
be
married
to
H.
B,
Near
On
Sunday
Mr.
Johnson
marriedrecommendation
they
wore
paroled.
Ail Indian motorcycle will be dismoncemont exercises by having deLionel 0. Liobschutz, science
chandler, Fred Gusttn, Harold Webb»
posed of, on- the co-operative plnn by teacher nt the Red Bank high school, iriigf of Lynnbrook, Long Island. The Miss Serena Simpson of Brooklyn and grees conferred upon them for notIrving_ Predmore, Harry Jervis, WilEdwin E. Jones of Red Bank. The able public service work.
the Garibaldi society next Tuesday. was married Thursday night to Miss wedding date has not yet been set.
Finet of $60.
liam Frank and Frank Branch.
couple have started housekeeping on
The motorcycle is on exhibition at J. HJrrie Elizabeth Lum of East
During the past month 120 persons
School Teacher Re.ign..
Prospect avenue, Mr. Jones is a gar- EASTERN STARS CELEBRATE.
Orange. The ceremony war perKridel's store.
were arrested at Red Bank, accordElectrician's Office Moved.
formed at last Orange. Mr. and Miss Shirley Martin of Red Bank dener.
to the recorder's report file4, George J. Daly, an electrician, has
m • —
Liebschuti are on a wedding has resigned as teacher of the HillRed Bank Women'* Lodge Obierre* ing
Auction S«I« Tomorrow Afternoon. Mrs.
Monday night. Fines amounting to moved his office from the Swift build, Pitt and Mitfifa in Cerieti,
trip in the Berkshires, They will
Its First Anniversary.
An auction sale of household goods Btart housekeeping %t Rgd Bank in side school in Atlantic township. The
$60 were collected from 25 persons. ing to the Empire theater building on
Eliminate
the
possibility
of
the
teachers of all the other townshipword "annoyance" by a misfitting
The Red Bank order of Eastern Twenty persons were sent to the
will 1>c held tomorrow afternoon nt the fall.
schools have been re-engaged.
a women's lodge, celebrated its county jail and the remainder of the Monmouth street. The change
the residence of F, Godfrey'nt 100
corset.—Let our salesladies show you Star,
first anniversary Thursday night. people arrested were discharged with necessitated by the need of la:
Mechanic street. I . M. Conk will be
tho
right
style
for
your
form,
fitted
quarters to accommodate Mr. Da'
McF.rUnd Win. Pool Match.
the auctioneer.
Agent for Express Company. , on you, in our fitting rooms on theAbout 160 members of the Long reprimanda.
growing
business
In a pool contest at the Globe
Branch
and
Asbury
Park
auxiliaries
M. F, Tetley has been appointed second floor, Joseph Salz Co.—Ad- were present. Vocal and instrumenthotel
last
week,
Tony
Cole
of
OceanMr. Philip H. Coleman wisheR to
Supper and Danes Tonight.
sub-agent for the American express vertisement,
Property Mutt Be Sold.
al selections, recitations, short
notify his former pupils and their ic was defeated by Bernard Mc- company and will receive express
The
ladles' auxiliary of Westside
To close estate, hOMi of the late
Farland,
an
employee
of
the
Globe
speeches,
a
BOoiable
and
refresh*
Wish to exchange Heavy Duty gatfriends that he will give dancing lespackages
at
his
stationery
store
on
will hold a supper and Mrs.
Theodore F, White, com**
oline engine, nve-norse power, for taents made up the evening's festivi- fire company
sons during'the summer by appoint- hotel. The game wan for 125 points. Broad street
,
at the firehouse on Leighton Washington and Mechanic etr*tt»j
small high-speed tnglne, suitable for ties. The anniversary celebration'wfts dance
ment at his residence, or to private Cole lost by 25 points. A contest beavenue tonight. Dancing will be held lot 85x126 feet, 10 rooiM, all imparties' by Bpecial arrangement any* tween MeFariand and Sidney John- Up-to-the-Minut* 1916 Automobiles fresh water lakes. >Addr«ss Crystal in charge of a committee of which on an open air platform.
provement!. Inqulr* of A. T. Dor»Mrs.
Daniel
A.
Wilpon
was
chairman.
son
of
Lakehurst
is
being
arranged.
Oldsmobile, $1,086; Scripp-Booth Lake, box 813, Red Bank,—AdverWhere in Mrijimouth county. 15 Rocmus.
executor, or your broker.—Ad$776 f. o. b. factory, Monmouth tisement,
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- tor'place, Red Bank. Phone 9-J,vertiBoment.
"SUt Anniv«r.»ry Celebration"
Fifteen Dayi* Chmllenge Sale.
Fr«« Wine*.
Motors Co., 22 Monmouth Btre*t, Red
Advertisement.
Commencing Saturday of this week continued this week with additional
A bottle of good California port, Bank, Phone 7IB.—Advertisement,
Kodak loveri bring ttielr printi to
1018 Atltom
Up-to.the-Miniit» 1916 AtltotnobiUt. sherry or claret, given away free
Dickopf 'a to be developed. Dickopf'• FinkeJitein & Pope will begin a fif-"gala attractions and glorious bar- Up-to-the-Minute
Oldsmobile,
$1,095;
Scrlnp-Bo
gains."
Wearing
apparel
for
both
teen
days'
Challenge
Ssle
at
their
Oldsmobile, ll.ODo; S
Scripp-Booth,
with our dollar a full quart Cabinet
Man's and Youth.' Suit,.
expert iervice at short notice is eni h
t. o. b. factory. Monmc
#775 f.' o. b. factory. Monmouth
•whiskey every Saturday. J. I. Mon- Superior. garments reduced to joyed by hundreds of satisfied pa- store, ii West Front street. Big re- sexes; also furnishings for the home |776
Co., 22 Monmouth iitreet,
Motors Co., 22 Monmouth street; Red eky, 10 East Front street, Red Bank, $0.88,
O98 Steinbach
S t i b h C
Co., Asbury Park trons at the Dickopf art shop.-—Ad- ductions arc being made ih men's and at "matchless prices." A. Salz & Co, Motors
Bank.
Phono 715.—Adv»rtl«tffltnt»
Keyport,—•Advertisement,
young
men
s
wearing
appaid,
Read
Bank. Phone 715.—Advertisement. —Advertisement.
vertisement.
—Advertisement.
.-»»•••—•
their advertisement on page 6 of this
Special Sal*
issue and then call for some of tho• det your kodak work done a
Lawn and Sand Umbreltat.
Special Sala
Special S.U
Leave your film today, call for i
Dickopf's. Prints developed in 24of cannas and dahlia* tot UHT"»
In solid colors and broad stripes, bargains offered.—Advertisement.
of cannnq and dnhli for three days of carinas and dahlias for three days tomorrow. Up-to-date system, ai
hours. Dickopf's txp«rt advice free only. Sue Ktnr*
Only. See-Kihg'i} advertisement on only. See King's advertisement on Dlckopf's, Criticism free of charge *2 and $2.50. Steinbach. Co., Aabury
last
•' •
It paya to advertise in The Register. of cha,rge,.-~fAdvertl8ement.
ldstpag-e.—Advertisement. _ ,
last pay«—Advertisement
—Advertisement.
Parkv—Advertisement. *
NEW EPISCOPAL CHAPEL"
FIRE AT KEANSBURG.
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THE RED BANK REGISTER.
Pago Two.
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Joseph Salz Co.
RED BANK, N,J.
Announce, beginning today, their
Semi-Annual
Clearance
The most significant value-giving event of the
half year—designed to clear their departments
of all remaining spring styles in
Suits
Coats
Dresses
Skirts
Blouses
Sweaters
hk Greatly Reduced Prices
*^
Your first ride will
show you something
unknown in motoring
before.
LIQUOR CASES IN COURT,
GETS PRISON SENTENCE*
Keyport Man Sentenced for Ai.aolt Two M«n Accutod of U)»M*I S*1M
Ar« Acquitted at Ff**hold.
—Mnrpmt Flood G«U SI* Monti*.
Joseph Caproa of Asbury Park was
George A, Lowla of Keyport, who
wns recently convicted of assaulting acquitted on the chargo of soiling
Oscar B, Luystcr last March, VMliquor without a license by « jury at
Htmtoiieud lnst Wednesday by Judge Freehold last ^Wednesday. Several
Lawrence to from oneto throe years witnesses testified to having bought
in Btotc* prison, Luyster was on abeer from Capron. The accused
jury which convicted a relative of proved that his place of business was
at a different location than was
Lewis's,
Margaret Flood, %ho recently named in the indictnitmt.
Felix Pet91o <if. Asbury Park was
pleaded guilty to stealing two gold
watches and a stick pin from Prank also acquitted onftcharge of Illegal
SchultB of Pino Brook, was sentencrt liquor Helling. Detectives told of
buying liquor from a woman, whom
to six months In tho county jail,
Chftrlea Parker of Rod Bank, who they believed to be Petillo's wife.
hod boon in the county jail for sev- Judge Lawrence directed a verdict of
eral months, was discharged last week not guilty because the location of
when no indietanent was brought Petillo'B place was not definitely
against him. He was held under two fixed, and the detectives wore unable
charges, one for selling a chattel to say whether tlic woman was Petillo's wife.
'_«,.'
mortgage,
Gladys M, Duntley, who had plead
cd guilty to stealing jewelry fcnd KICK AGAINST ASSESSMENTS.
clothing to the value of $100 from
Be, Curios Henriquoa's house at Long Oesam Grove Association to Fight for
EquaJ Taxation in the County.
Branch, was sentenced to state
priBon for from one to three years.
The Ocean Grove association is
about to begin a fight for the readof tax assessments of MonMANASQUANERS DISAPPEAR, justment
mouth county, with a view to elimiArt, Ferdinand Leffcrisn and Fred nating the alleged discrimination
against Nentun-e township. An apWyckoff Mining from Home.
will be made to both the county
Mrs. Ferdinand Lefferson, wife of peal
state boards of taxation. The
Miinasqurin grocer, whose father ia md
ippeal will be based on figures furMayor William F, Lefferson, and nished
Arthur H, Hope, former
?red Wyckoff, a married man and assessorby
at
Anbury Park, who has
;ho son of Monroe Wyckoff, disap- published several
articles in which he
lonred last week and their families :laimed Asbury Park
and Neptune
nve failed to learn their where- mvnship were discriminated
against.
bouts. Wyckoff was in the automoile business and is the father of a
ttle girl.
VETERANSJN SESSION.
Mrs, Lefferson, who before her
marriage was Miss Emma Lnyton of rand Army Men of New Jcr.ey
llaire, left Manasquan Sunday with
Meet at A.bury Park,
ticket for Philadelphia, Wyckoff
Four hundred veterans of the civil
vent away Monday.noon, saying he war met at Asbury Park last Thursvas going to New York and would day in the 48th annual encampment
•oturn Wednesday, Before going he of the New Jersey Grand Army of
old his automobile, a boat and sev- the RepubHe. The meetings were
:ral other articles, Mrs, Lefferaon leld in the Arcade on tho boardwalk.
md Wyckoff were said to have been The veterans were welcomed to As;een together quite frequently dur- bury Park by Mayor Clarence E. P,
ng the past few weeks.
Hetrick. According to a report road
there were 2,988 veterans m the state
last December. During the past year
NORMAL GRADUATES.
there were 266 deaths.
Monmouth County- Girli Who Hare
Computed Training for Teacher*.
ArrawMiith—Hulta.
Twenty Monmouth county girls
Miss Louise Arrowsmith, daughter
graduated from the Trenton normal of Thomas V. Arrowsmith of Long
school last week and a r e now M lBranch, became the bride of Sidney
fledged teachers. They are Ethel E. Hults of Perth Amboy last
Hitehings, Hazel McQueen and Wednesday. The ceremony was perAdelia G, Valleau of Bed Bank; Pearl formed in the Long Branch Episcopal
, Johnson^Helen L, Longstreet and church by Rev, Morton A, Barnes,
Mario D. Wallace of Keyport; Jo- The bride was attended by Miss Lilsephine M. Lang of Shrewsbury, Ag- ian M, Woolley, and the groom's
les B, Hayward of Marlboro, E.brother, Dr, Charles Hults of New
ranees Wainwright of Farmingdale, York, was groomsman, A wedding
Mabel Allen of Brielle, Elolse Joline, ireakfast was served at Price's hotel
hyllis B, VanBrunt, Helen J. Van- jt Pleasure Bay after the ceremony,
Dyke and Mildred H, Woolley of The bride formerly taught school at
jong Branch, and Jessie V. Apple- Bradley Beach. Mr. Hults is em;ate, Mary A, Barker, Marion L. ployed by the Lehlgh Valley railroad.
Drake, Sadella L. Francis, Edna Milliken and Gladys L, Newman of ManThink Daughter Has Eloped.
asquan,
•
RED BANK, N. J.
rence waa appointed prosecutor he
named Charles F, Sexton of Long
Branch as assistant, Mr. Vredeji
burgh is a veteran of the Spanish
war, and he held that he was entitled
to hold the office because of this fact,
and also because of the civil service
net of 1908. The supreme court las
week rendered a decision in favor of
Mr. Sexton,
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Suppose t liis All-WeathertreBt!
—now double-thick—was pared
to the thinness of the usual antiskid. Would it endure like this
one? Or so resist puncture?
Suppose we used—ns some do
—one less fabric ply. Or mode
the whole tire lighter. Suppose we
omitted our exclusive features'
:__.:g»_i_«fc.
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Grove-have demanded that they be
given bathing facilities and othe
concessions by the Ocean Grove a
Boeiution.
Injured in Runaway,
Aaron Soden of Englishtown -was
working with a mule on his farm lost
week, when an unknown woman came
FREEHOLDERS TO RUN AGAIN along carrying an umbrella. The
mule took fright and ran away, Mr,
Wyckoff and Daly Will B« Candidate Soden was knocked down and run
Again Next Fall.
over by a spraying wagon. He was
Freeholders' Charles M, Wyckoff of badly bruised and shaken up, but his
Wickatunk and John Daly of Long injuries were not serious.
Branch will be candidates for the
nomination of freeholders next fall.
Mr. Wyckoff and Mr, Daly are members of the finance committee of the D*v«top Red Energy By DMp
board. This committee arranges the ftmtUnt With th* HtApof *
finances of the county, and is considered one of the most important
committees of the board. Both men
ore well known throughout the
county.
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GQOD/pYEAR
RED BANK.. F. R. Boice & Co,
C, H. £nnis.
J, W. Mount & Co.
G. H, Patterson Garage.
Edw, Von Kattengell.
H. L. Zobei.
HAZLET, Van Mater & ^Weigand Trading Co.
KEtPORT Keyport Garaged
MATAWAN.. J. F. Clowes, 117 Main Street.
Aiher P, Woolley, 188 Main Street,
RUMSON.JohnHintclmann.
iiimiiwii
THE BATTLES OF BUSINESS
are won by preparation and co-operation,
Preparation includes the building of an acquaintance and a growing
reserye of cash on deposit with your bank,
Co-operation means getting a bank's aid in fortifying your enterprise, or in planning and carrying out your business campaign.
THE SECOND NATIONAL BANK
of Red Bank
wants to co-operate in every possible way to improve YOUR business
and increase the prestige and prosperity of this community.
IF YOUR BUSINESS HAS A FUTURE, AN ACCOUNT IN THIS
BANK WILL HELP DEVELOP IT.
Killed by Train.
William O'Brien, who worked on a
furm at Freehold, was killed by a
P E R T H A i n O Y , IHi, jr.
train near that place Sunday night
TSUPVIBB 509 M.
of last week. Hifl body was found
the next morning by the engineer of
another train. His head and both THE SEA FOOD MARKET
a,rms were cut off and the body wmn
41 Mwunffotn SteMt,
terribly mangled, Mr, O'Brien had
(nenr Empiro TheJittrr)
no relatives at Freehold,
TBAIKErS BUSINESS CtHLEJE,
Death of Aid) Womm.
Mrs. Elizabeth H, Woolley, wife
of Edwin L. Woolley of Poplar, died
last Wednesday after a long sickness.
Mrs. Woolley was 84 years old. She Is now open for builnasB with ft select
had been connected with the Wayside llnu of Blunflsh, Sea Boss, Halibut; ButFlounders, Sea Trout, Weahflfh.
Methodist church ever since its or-tor Fl8i\, nnd
Cliiina, cuuKht fr«jh every
ganization.. Besides her husband she Oysters
ilnv. Alao a fancy Un«- of fresh vege~
. Telephone ordorn cnrefuily n\leaves six children.
to. Give u» a. trial and b« conIt pays to advertise in The Register.
OF BARGAINS
._..,
ments. We spend on experts
$100,000 yearly to seek out new
improvements.
Our All -Weather trend — always double • thick — is made
still thicker in some sizes.
Our Inner Tubes have been
thickened 14 per cent on the
average.
DIED IN A CHAIR.
Our No-Rim.Cut feature—
Our fabric has been strengthDeath Gave Short Warning to Charlc*
Our «On.AJr'» c u r e VanBrunt of Long Branch,
ened.
Charles
VanBrunt of Long Branch
Our rubber rivets—
Yet on February 1st we made
died while sitting in a chair Monday
Our 126-piano-wire base. our third big price reduction in
of last week from an attack of acute
indigestion. He was sixty years old
All rivals do omit them. All of two years, bringing the total to
and had been twice married. He is
them are costly, Our "On-Air" 45 per cent, Now you nre getting
survived by eight children, two by
in
Goodyear
Fortified
Tires
the
euro alone cosls us 8450,000
the first marriage, Mrs, George Woolley and Mrs. Edward Sheridan of
yearly la save needless blowouts. best value ever known in tiro
Scrtbright The other children are
But could Goodyear Fortified making.
Benjamin, Ennis^ George and Ashley
Tires retain top place if we did not
It is due to yourself that you
VanBrunt of Rumson, and 'Mrs.
give those extras?
this year join
| Charles A, Valentine and Mrs. Wal200Bro.dw«y .
ter Burdgo.
tins army of conCost Added
tented tire users.
Victim of Par.lyiU.
Prices
TRAINER
It is by for the
AKRON. OHIO
Mrs.
Georgianna
H. Vanderveer of
Lowered
largest army in
Freehold died at the home of herGRADUATES
Fortified Tires
Tiredom. Any
Instead o( that,
laughter, Mrs. Edward Taylor of that SUCCESSFUL
No-Rim Cut Tim—"On.Air" Cored
place,
Sunday of last week. Mrs,
dealer
will
sup.
we all the time With
All-Wenilier Tread* or Smooth
Vunderveer
was born at Manasquan
The great number of our Graduate*
odd costly betterply you,
73 years ago. She is survived by a>d Student! who k a n obtained good
three daughters, Mrs. Henry L, Jones
and Mrs. Edward Taylor of Freehold pokition* nernmtif le«di a t tonrte you to
and Mrs. Bowen B, Smith of Tuxedo low no time | A preparing for • Vkm
Park,
Inquire today.
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Goodyear Service StationsTires in Stock
COOPER'S SODA"
Shortage of 15,721.
The report of the auditors on examining the books of former Collector Everett B, Foster of Bradley
Beach shows that Mr. • Foster's accounts were ahorti; to the-amount of
$6,721.81. Of this shortage Mr. Foster has paid $4,111.88. This leaves
a balance of $1,909,51, Mr, Fetter
will be served with a copy of the
THREAT TO BURN HOTEL,
report with a deiriand for a full settlement, .
Letter Says Hotel Will Be Burned
Unless Demands Are Granted,
^ Thief Captured Twice.
A letter threatening to burn th
Reuben Glover, a colored man, was
North End hotel at Ocean Grove un- arrested on a charge of highway robless the demands of the South End bery at Deal Tuesday of last week
residents are granted, has been and was locked up, He escaped durturned over to the postal authorities ing the afternoon but was recapby Rev, A, E. Ballard, president o tured at Loch Arbour Tuesday night
the, campniBftting- ngsocifttioTi Mrs
escaped by taking -the key from
Frank-H. Kunst, acting president o He
the wall of the jail while the office
the Ocean Grove taxpayers' league, was
vacated. Glover was taken to
has received a similar letter, Resi- Freehold
on Wednesday.
dents of the southern part of Ocean
Suppose We
Pared These Tires
JAMES COOPER, JR.
Sadie Walker, flu* sixteen-year.old
daughter of Robert Walker of Assury Park, disappeared Monday of
Supreme Court Decides Agaiait For- last week and her parents fear she
mer Atiittant Protecutor.
eloped with William Harkey, with
Peter Vredenburgh has lost his whom she had been keeping com- iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMMiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiitwimniiHiiiiHiiiniiHi• • • * « *
uit to regain the office of assistant pany for some time. Miss Walker
prosecutor of Monmouth county, Mr. worked in Steinbach's store. After
WEGIVE i&t GREEN TRADING STAMPS, ASK FOR THEM
Vredenburgh held this offlce during eating supper Monday she started
the term of Prosecutor John S, Ap- for the store and her folks have not
plegnte, Jr. When Rulif V. Lawseen her since,
VREDENBURGH LOSES FIGHT.
DISTRIBUTORS
in the
I have an exceptional Bath Towel for
bath room or to take with you when you go to
the seashore for a swim, at
each
'.
Other Bath Towels at - - - 50c, $1.00 and $2.00
Bathing Caps at - - - 35c, 50c, 75c and $ L00
Diving Caps 50c
Bath Brushes 50c to $2.50
Bath Sponges 50c to $7.50
Rubber Sponges 35c to $1.50
Wash Cloths 5c. 6 for 25c; 10c each, 3 for 25c
Wash Cloths, silk, 10c each
Bath Soap 50c dozen
vinced,
v. nuw,
JUST READ OUR PRICES AND YOU WILE* BE
UNEEDA BISCUIT
pkg 4c
pkg 1 6 c
^ 2 cans 15c
COLD PUST
IONA TOMATOES
ION A LIMA BEANS worth 10 cents
TASTY SRIMP Delicious for Salad
ARGO STARCH Regular 5 cents
OVEN FRESH PRETZELS Worth 1 0 cents
IttlFflNA
can 7c
can 10c
1b 7c
3 cans 25c
SULTANA PEACHES - - - can 14c | GRANDMOTHER'S OATS pkg 7c
CLOTHES PINS 100forI2c | A&P APRICOTS can 16c | SPINACH 3 can*
INDIA CEYLON
The Moat Economical Mid
Makes « Delieioui Summer
20 STAMPS with y,-\h 25c
THEA.NECTAR
ICED TEA
EGGS DO. 25c
SUNNY BROOK BRAND DO..29C
-SOLD
CARTONS«E*«nr E N G M H B I ^ SOLD ONLY
ONLY m
m SEALED
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day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs,building, when the work" of the year
John S, Matthews, Sr., of Ocean will be reviewed and a social time enjoyed,
Grove.
Grover C, Ackerson has a position
The
20th
annual
reunion
of
the
CHILDREN'S DAY SERVICES Keyport "graded school alumni asso- with
the N. Y. and N. J, steamboat
HELD ON SUNDAY.
ciation was held" Friday at the high company at Perth Amboy.
auditorium. About three hunG. Fred Hoagland was graduated
Borough Bring! Suit Agnin.t Com- school
dred
persona
were
present
and
enfrom
Peddle institute at Hightstown
. pany which Furnished Bond for joyed the entertainment given by last Tuesday.
GuiUve Voelcker on Water Work. local talent. Joseph D. INdle, vice
, Improvement!.
president of the association, made the
HOLMDEL NEWS.
'
The Children's day exercises of the address of welcome in the absence of
;
;, Reformed and Presbyterian churches the president, Wilbur G, Walling, who Mn. John S. Holme*, Jr., Home from
Were held Sunday, the former in theis in California. Solos by Clarence R.
Long Branch Hospital,
• afternoon and the latter in the morn- Templeton and Mrs. Mabel Percival
Mrs, John S. Holmes returned
-,1 ing. Those who took part in the ex-Collins, readings by Mrs. Dorothy Og- Saturday from the Long Branch hoseroises at the Reformed church were den Garrison and Miss Clara Cham- pital, where she underwent an operVera Cherry, Harold Deane, yeril Au- berlain, and selections by Cherry's or- ation for appendicitis. She has al,, mack, Eva Burrowes, Georgia Hyer, chestra completed the entertainment. most completely recovered her health.
, Charles Wieand, Annabel Hyer, Wil- Dancing wsa enjoyed after the comLast week William C. Ely sold
liam Ormorod, Ethel Truax, Henri- pletion of the program until a late eleven horses. Teams were bought by
etta Stonebrink, Josle Conover, Qli- hour.
Dalton Bros, of Chrome, Patrick
vina Johnson, Marion Walling, FranKosmoski and Charles Dziekan of
The
new
bungalow
of
Ferdinand
ces B, Heyer, Alfred, Walling, Mar- Maag Is nearlng completion, and will South Amboy and M. Jaffe of Keygaret Gehlhaua, Ralph Lengstreet, Al- be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Maag in port, Single horses were sold to Edfred Chinery and Emily Hauaer. An
ward Beers of Keyport and Andrew
time. \>
X address was made by Rev. P. M. Ham- a short
D. Bungert, an ensign in Kelly of South Amboy, and a mule to
£ ilton. At the Presbyterian church the theWilliam
United States navy, is spending Frank Anderson of Matawan,
following took part-. Jennie Howell, several
%veeks here with his aunt, Mrs.
Misses Susan and Mary Armstrong
Gladys Humphries, Harry Derm, Louis Lillian E.
Welles.
of Boston spent part of last week with
Silcox, Kittie Ryke, Archie HumphMiss Elsie M. Curtis will start for Mrs, Daniel S, Ely,
j* ries, Charles Jagerhuher, Mae Bailey,
William C. Ely spent Monday and
.'. Liszie Hysr, Hildegard Jehl, Frances a two months' trip to California the
yesterday "at Philadelphia buying
Humphries, Ayriel Campbell, William first of next week.
Miss Theodora Mathiasen left Fri- horses, A shipment of horses from
Close, Adele Young, Annabel Heyer,
Claude BeMers, Harry Peas, Freder- day for her father's camp in the Adi- that place arrived at his stables toick Silcox, Dorothy Lowe, George Ed- rondack mountains, where she will day.
James Patterson has recovered sufit wards, Joseph Hyer, Fred Nuekel and spend the summer.
Harry Disbrow of East Orange ficiently from his sickness to resume
•j
Richard Terwilliger. An address by
a
the pastor, Rev. B. Seel, completed spent several days here with friends his work as sexton of the Reformed
church.
At the request of Gustavo Voelcker, last week.
the engineer in charge of the im- Miss Lola Wood spent Saturday at
School closed for the summer vaprovements at the pumping station, New York.
cation Thursday.
i and the New England casualty comThe women's missionary society of
Miss Viola Yerks of New Brunspany, his bondsman, a test was made wick, a former resident of this place, the Baptist church will observe its
at the pumping station to ascertain if was the guest of friends here the* lat- fortieth anniversary tomorrow.
reVoeleker had fived up to hli contract. ter part of the week.
At the Baptist church tonight Wil^Voelcker and his lawyer were presliam 1. Bunn of Red Bank will lecMiss
Clara
Chamberlain
of
Gran
ent as was I, T. Rue of Matawan, as bury spent several days the past ture on "The Conversion of a Murexpert fpr Voelker. sThe borough was week with Miss Ettye G. Wyckoff.
H
derer."
«.«.» T
There
J , ™ ™n
will h*
be special
=« ioi «i«^
singisented by Mayor R>J3, .Walling, George W. Massey, who has been ing by Mr, Bunn and Mrs.nn Bronson
„ expegtS^ffonT ther^epartmeht of
with the JfcB. Greenhut Co. Butler, There was a large attendealth* of this state, and Councilman connected
as
a
buyer
for several years, has ac- ance at the church Thursday night
"Thistle. The plant was run at its full cepted a similar
position with Abram when Rev, Lester Leggett conducted
capacity for an hour and was unable Straus Co. in Brooklyn.
an evangelistic service.
ooy
j . to deliver over 600 gallons of water
Edna Buck,, daughter
g t of
o David
a
is having
Mrs, WilUa™ L.
L. Conover
Co
g Buck
iZ-a minute. Voelckar in his contract
Jill fformerly of this
of Jerseyville,
d in
i front
f t of
f
g u a r a n t e e d 766 gallons a minute and a concrete sidewalk laid,
is recovering from injuries due
residence
on Front
street.
John
that the cost of the improvementa her
hStryker
i is doing
F work.
tt
Jh place,
to
being
run down by a bicycle a few
the
would not exceed (16,000; The borErnest Munch of New York is days ago. For a time it was feared
ough officials claim the improvements
cost several thousand ^dollars more •pending the summer at the Walling that the child would die. The Bucfca
moved from this place to Jerseyville
than this. The borough is now suing house,
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. t h e bonding company for the full Charles H. Sturgia of Morris last winter.
Mr. and Mrs, Edward W, Perrine
ggaHiount
of Voeleker's bond, $5,000, Heights spent last week here with
J
spent part' of last week at Asbury
'"**^ - a hearing of the case will be Stephen Aumack and family.
William E. Warn spent Wednes- Park. Mrs, Perrine owns property
Saturday at the borough hall
day at Spring Lake, where he at-there, and she and Mr. Perrine exbefore John S. Applegate, Jr. The
pect to put up a tent or portable
expert who appeared for Voelcker will tended a meeting of druggists.
be subpoenaed as a witness for the Miss Bessie Mount, a member, of house on the land and spend part of
the' graduating class of the high the summer there.
Taylor Hance has installed a gasoschool, will enter Syracuse university
line
pump in front of his store for
in
the
fall.
^|
and Mrs. William Baker of
Col. A. B. liee of New York is supplying automobiles, A large globe
-HiSBrooklyn are occupying their summer visiting
light is on top of the pump.
relatives here.
"cottage on Florence avenue.
Josephine Dane of Keyport
Elmer
Aumack
is
enjoying
his
ant
An effort is being made to form a nual vacation from his duties as has Mrs.
been
visiting friends and relatives
ic;tennia club here. Rev. E. Seel of the postman, his place being taken by here.
,". ..'.'Presbyterian church is the prime Charles Sheldon,
Gottfried Rapp. has a new horse.
- mover, and as the sport has a large
Raymond Adams, son of Rev. and He traded with William C. Ely last
^following he will no doubt succeed in Mrs.
William Adams, is at home for week.
^7 the undertaking.
Miss Mary Dane ia spending the
the
summer
vacation from Dickinson
• * the service.
summer with her grandmother, Mrs.
college,
^;" Grand Regent H. J. Bierman and
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Kelsey Patrick Dane.
-•staff, and Deputy Grand Regent Han- spent
Albert Drumybought another cow
several days the past week with
Bon will visit Coronal council, Royal Mr. and
last week. This is the second cow
J
Mrs.
James
Kelsey
of
Asbury
' Arcanum, Friday night. A supper will Park,
Mr. Drum has purchased this month.
be provided for them and visitors
Mr, and Mrs. Robert McDonald of
Mr.
and
Mrs.
E.
H.
Wharton
spent
from the Perth Ambfty- council, and
days last week at Washing- New York spent Saturday and Sun.," the regular meeting will be held after- several
day with Mr. and Mrs. James Mcton, D. C.
' wards.
'_
Cormick,
The
Armory
theater
has.
been
reCommodore William A. Ewing put opened as a -moving picture house.
The report that a chattel mortgage
;-;hi8 motor boat Roby in commission Harry Thompson, formerly of Mata- on John Klein's butcher fixtures and
'-/last week. Ernest Munch and J. Har- wan, is the manager,
automobile was foreclosed was Incor"' old Hendrickson will put their boats Mr. and Mrs. B. Sheldon attended rect, Mr. Klein voluntarily turned
in commission next week.
launching of the battleship Ari- the goods over to the holder of the
Miss Gardina W, Hoagland is the
zona
at the Brooklyn navy yard mortgage without the mortgage being
,
spending the summer in the Poeono Saturday.
foreclosed.
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The
Pope
cycle
club
will
hold
a
race
Miss Olive Beers, who attends the
EVERETT NEWS,
state normal school at Trenton, has on June 27th, The race will be an
,iu returned home for the summer vaea- open one and prizes will be awarded. William Morrli i>yt He Will Make
Marcus B. Taylor is confined to his
.*: tion.
Another Try for Hotel License.
A larga number were in attendance home on Second street with illness
William Morris of Long Branch,
at tho commencement exercises of the and big condition is critical.
llias Goldsmith's new stores will who recently withdrew an applica.high school Thursday at the high
>.,.Rchool auditorium. The stage was be ready for jjeeupaney the end of this tion for a license for a hotel at this
r.r: decorated with poppies and black and week. The Plaza restaurant of Perth place, iay« he will re-apply for a li* red, the class colors. There were Amboy will open a branch in thecense in the fall.
- thirteen members of the class, They corner store under the name of the Patrick Carton attended a reunion
of civil war veterans at Asbury Park
are Ruth Barnes, Georgia Bauer, Bristol restaurant,
Mri. Harold G. Smith of New York on Thursday.
j?}
Dorothy Beers. Marion Brown, WiU
1 t
-" liom Conway, Madeline Currie, Sam- spent last week here with her par- Charlei Kelly is sick with rheuma' uel Dougherty, Herman Maurer, Bes- ents. Mr. and Mrs. John G. Sehanck. tism.
The Royal Areanumites will attend
Harold Stout enjoyed a dinner and
, - Hie Mount, Hazel Poling, Ethel Pres* ' ton, Idella Tyler and Cora Young. A next. Sunday evening's service of Cal- outing of the men's club of the Mata•' bust of Longfellow was presented to vary church, when the pastor, wan Baptist church last week. The
, the school by Misa Bessie Mount, a Rev. William Adams, will deliver a outing was at Asbury Park.
sermon appropriate to the occasion.
Mrs, Theodore Stilwell is on the
member of the class, and was acA. Stilwell VanBuskirk spent sev- sick list with malaria. .,_.. •
cepted by Phelps Cherry, a member
Joseph Carton spent Saturday and
.* of the board of education. William eral days the past week at WashingConway gave the president*! address, ton, B.O., where he attended the an- Sunday ft Asbury Park.
Cornelius W. VanCl§af is having
Dorothy Been the class will, Georgia nual convention of the Qsyter growBauer and Herman Maurtr the elaai ers' and dealers' association of North new floors laid. Mr. vanClepf lives
" momentoes. Marion Brown the elani America at the representative of the at Freehold, and his farm at this
J.,and J. W. llsworth company.
place is occupied by Charlej Braseh.
£'<•• prophecy, Madeline Currie and SamThe Keyport graded school alumni
Mrs. Lawrence A. Carton is recovV' uel Dougherty the olais statlstici,
eyp g
ering from Bjckness, Her mother,
Idella -Tyler a recitation and Haiel association
have elected the follow- Mrs. Cotter oftNew York, is spending
~ Poling and Cora Young essays. The
officers;
several days with her.
,. class song was written by Cora ingFreeUlent—QeerRe
B. Hyer,
Charles Braseh is having his house
'Young.
State
Senator
Henry
E,
Vice
preildent—Dr.
Preu
C.
Ojrden.
a
on the Holthdel road repainted.
Ackorson. Jr., preientad the diplomas. Bftnretnry—Annie Lnurle Tliton.
Hi>nry T. Hopkins,
Miss Anna Braseh and Edwin
Mrs. Emma P, Black is spending Troamirer—Dr.
Rieoc-utlvn committee—Clnronre Bnh\ the week at Wildwood.
renliurB, MIHH Oftrdtnn Hoaglnnd, MliB Braseh attended the graduation nxercises at Keyport last week.
d Jay Duncan of Matawan was aEmily w . Rproiil,
Arrangements are under way for
John Kelly, son of the late, John
visitor here Friday.
John W. Mason has purchased a the firemen's dinner, which will prob- Kelly, was married to a Freehold girl
ably be held the early part of July. last week.
new Pordtottrinicar.
Mr. and Mn. Fred Bronkhurst of It is proposed to make the affair one of Edwin Braseh, who was appointed
w York ipant Sunday here with the largest of its kind ever held here, census enumerator for the fifth .disand to that end It is proposed to nottrict of Middletown township, fin.. and Mrs. ChwlM MiUw, Sr,
Misa Barbara Hoagtand Ifl spend- only have the firemefi at the dinner ished his work, last week,
. .„ five months in the mountains in but tile borough officials and business
men of the borough as well. It is
Pennsylvania.
Thumb Cut with &•••.
. Miss Beurifl M. Covert spent Sun likely tha* the affair will be held in
Charles
Emley of Little Silver, who
t dav with Mr.und Mrs. Casimar Ianell the high school auditorium.
Thn members of the Keyport liter- \B employed in Dickopf's art store,
of New York.
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cut his left thumb last week while reGordon J? SchanclTand H, Sea-ary dob enjoyed their annual picnic pairing
a mirror frame. A gash sevfor i yesterday, when they visited th4 hisbrook Schanck left last w«dc
week for
b
toric spots of Staten island. The last eral filches long was made. The
ttrlp of sev weeks to California, meeting
of the club tfrls season wiH be wound was dressed at Pr. R. Brownit A «*posiUons,
•-where they
held Friday afternoonfttthe library ing Wilson's office.
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SEVEN WILLS PROBATED
should be made to keep Uikm where
thoy could not kill birds and whore
they could not spread discaso, A lnw
JOHN H. COOK. Editor n d FWilUhw.
exists which permits the appointment MRS. WILLIAM MAHON GETS
GEORGE C. HANCE. i b m i t l i Miter,
of a doR catcher to kill stray dogs.
HUSBAND'S ESTATE.
A law providing for- the destruction
B w h t u MaMurari
of stray eats would accomplish a grout After Her Death it Will Be DMdwI
THOMAS IRVING •ROWN.
deal more good. The enforcement of
Among Ten Children—Joseph J ,
SnBSCBirTIQN PBWB;
such a law would no doubt bo full of
Cook of Long Branch LcftVM Esp a t year,
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11.60
inspiration
for
joko
makers,
but
it
pis months,
<5
tate to Wife.
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*0 would ajso be full of common sense
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1 Jiitci i>tl rit t l i c |ui.«tnffl<'f n t Iti-tt H u n k ,
Haven n few weeks Jigo, made his will
N . . 1 . . u s BiHOiiil-rla^s l U B l t e r .
-O-Q-Q-O-QAufrust 24th, 1.1)03. He appointed his
wife, Mrs. Elizabeth M. Mahon, exeof
Michigan
recently
The
Htute
"~ WK1WERDAY, JUNK 211. 11)1 f..
grand jjuries of that cutrix of the will. He bequeathed his
strippe
the gr
stripped the
f their
t h i authority,
h
state of
and entire estate to her m long as she
f most of
TOWN TALK,
piaced thu power taken away from lives. After her death the estate is
the juries with the prosecutors. In to be divided among her children,
Twenty jitney busses nro vunninjr Michigan a simple accusation by aLawrence. John, James, Dennis, Walliotss uiMi Reel Bunk ami Long Branch, prosecutor is HUllicient for an indict- ter, Elizabeth, Mary, Catherine and
Mini many othiTK avo in operation ment. This plan finds some, advocates Delia Mnhoii and Mrs. Julia Sweeney,
OVIT other rouU's in this locality. Thu in this state, and on tno claim that The will was witnessed by Charles H.
Hi:uii thoroughfares scum to ho fairly jury reform is needed it is being and Klwood.B. Ivins of Red_ Bank, w
Joseph J. Crook of Long Brunch bealive with them. The jitney bus urg"ed that New Jersey should follow
queathed all his carpenter and mabusiness emit survive umUn- these tke example set by Michigan.
chine tools to his son, William II.
conditions. There sue too ninny
• * *
Crook, in a will which was made six
Ini^f;. for the nnmlior of passengers.
The county prosecutors arc nowyears ago. The rest of the estate was
Tliis will he especially the ease after
thu novelty wears oft ami after cold required to try only such cases as the loft to Mr. Crook's wife, Ruth Crook,
Wi'atlier suts in. Just now "thu jit-grand jury deems of sufficient im- for the rest of her life. After her
ney" is new and popular, but like iiortanee to come before the courts. death it is to be divided among their
everything else which has aquick ! With tho prosecutors performing the children, Alice M., Grace C, and Wilgrowth in popularity, it is bound
nc j t o ; functions of the grand jury, tho re-liam II. Crook.
}(JSIJ Mime of its enticements.
sults obtained would be measured by
Jnmes Duffy of Long Branch upthe competence
com pot once and the honesty af pointed his wife, Annie Duffy, and
In some ea.it.; it James K. Mulhollund, executors of his
the
Tor one thing, the rapid growth of mightprosecutors
prove an improvement, but in
the jitney bus business h partly 11 the lo i;j run it would do more harm will, \vhich_ was made April 16th,
1804. Mr. Duffy left his entire estate
jiruihu-t of business depression. Men than go oil.
to
his wife.out of employment have seized upon
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JnmeH G. Warner of Asbury Park
wyciind-hanil ears as a means of makdisposed of a large estate in a will
ing a few dollars t1> gain a livelihood,
which was made January 17th, 1913.
H
ib
u Ap grand
j d jury is made up of g23A codicil to the will was made the
jj,
county ought
to be following January. Mr. Warner left
p
bt hu cL l tcli t l hoan nH tohfR
e
o fa n U
each to his son, Robert L. Warner
'
h JuJwnent
j
d
t f P" $5
istory, and there are nvii v o 01 in
( . r liefore
, ™ oin
f ,their
r o - Pointive offleiul who would be apt toand his daughters, Olive T. Barnwall
ger
dications
deposits
that
than•i ever
Ruby F, Chesswright. Ten them™.-"it"'w7,w™ & «ot in T h i ? w l i ' « moro or less biased on account of and
shares of stock of the Champion
& / S V l UmLwillLlve t ^ e f f o c i j ^ J ^ - ^ ^ ^ , J ^ y sand
miningcompany of Cripple Creek, ColJ t
and 10,000 shares of stock of
£dru:IU1"?rUoi(jobs,
f^0l,ilfm0E°of P°?Topen
l h new
a n 'opportunities
W p ^ v eofficial
;for
, ^ orado,
the Cripple Creek gold knob mining
them wiil probably find that they enn abuse of judicial
company were left to his son,
authority,
make rau'c lit their former positions
Charles E, Warner. All the rest of
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than they arc now making in tho j it—
Mr. Warner's estate was left to his
Hoy bus business;,
A change ought to be made in the widow, Mary H. Warner. . Mr.
manner of selecting juries, but itWarner directed in his will that his
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not to be a change that would wife convert the entire estate into
Many of them are, as one automo- ought
take away the power of juries and cash as soon as convenient after his
bile man expressed it, "living off place
power so taken with prose- decease, and that she should set aside
their enrs," Repairs, tires, gasoline, eutors.theThe
method of se-|3,000 with which to procure a place
storage and upkeep generally are Jecting juries present
is
expensive
imd im-in an old ladies' home. The sum of
eating into the original investment.
Some of the newspapers $10 per month is to be paid to Mr,
Most of the jitney busses, ns said be- practical.
which were tho strongest in claiming Warner's sister, Frances RHey of
fore, ore second-hand cars. They
-4,,™.
jury
Alabama, and $25 per month to his
d
travel 200 to 300 miles a day, and j have
^ . ^ since
i , ™been
^
the
loudest
in con-stepson, Reginald B. Corlies of Wellunder a daily strain of this sort most demning the results which have
been mont, New Jersey.
«f them will be worn out after a few
under this method. Leaving
months' service. At the end of theobtained
George Harrison of Asbury Park
aside t h e question of whether the
was bequeathed the entire estate of
his wif e, Irene W. Harrison^ in a will
ond-hand car. Lack of capital.to buy choosing jurors, there is no reason which was executed March 7th, 1007.
cars and to make repairs will force why each county in the state should Mr. Harrison was appointed executor
some of hthe
bus operators out ofhave to pay a big salary to a jury of the will.
business.
commissioner to select jurors. " Se*- | William T. Buck of Freehold made
lecting jurors by chance from a list his will in 1913 and appointed his
In addition to t h e unemployed who of the names of all the citizens eli-jWife, Gertrude T, Buck, executrix of
have engaged in t h e j i t n e y bus busi- gible to jury duty could be done with- the will, The entire estate was left
THE REDBANK REGISTER
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MATHUSHEKPIANOqO.
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ii_;_is
• what
. . . L i should
_i_._..i.i £ 0 j j j . s Buck,
ness, other m e n of moderate moans o u te x p e n g 0 ) a n a•' this
have gone into t h e same enterprise jb e d o n e _ I t i s n o t likely, however,
_ _Upper
, . . _ FreeDaniel Polhemus _of
because i t gives them an opportunity t j , a t ^ i s plan will be p u t into opera-; hold township left t h e income from a
to have a business of their own, t o be it i o n u n t j j v a r i o u s expedients have ! fund of $10,000 t o his wife, Susan
their own bosses. They will be less ,b e e n t r j e d i A n t h es a m e j t j 9 t h e i L. Polhemus, in a will which w a s
liable t o forsake their business be-! o n j y p r a c t i c a i . c o m m O n eense way of | made F e b r u a r y 11th, 1910. A f t e t
cause of r e t u r n i n g industrial pros-1 j ^ i n g u p a j u r y which is repre- Mrs. Polhemus's death t h e money i
p a r i t y than t h e bus owners who were ;s e n t a t i v e of t h e people.
t o be divided among Mr. Polhemus's
forced t o become jitney operators in |
,
grandchildren J" equal shares. H i s
t h e absence of earning a living in any
— — — -o-o-o-o-o—
homestead farm, which is worth
other way.
A much needed public improvement | $20,000, w a s left t o h i s daughter,
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UB under way on Wharf avenue in t h e ' Emily M. Robbins, subject t o Mrs.
Eventually t h e jitney b u s business ' work which is being done t o p u t t h a t ; Polhemus's dower. The residue of his
m a y be p u t upon a sound commercial street in a better condition. The j estate w a s left t o his grandson, Elli
basis, b u t i t will only be through mis-1 work is only in t h e n a t u r e of a tern- j Burtis, b u t i t is n o t to be t u r n e d over
t a k e s , a n d experience: that, this Will be j porary improvement, b u t t h e street t o him until h e is 2 C years old.
accomplished, for it Is a n e w business ; superintendent a n d t h e men under |
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•with no precedents to go by. In most | him a r e doing a good j o b and t h e .
Station Robbed of $175.
every new line of industry " m a n y a r c : street will be in first-class order the i The railroad station a t Asbury P a r k
t h e scars t h a t a r e left behind" before rest of t h e season. I t h a s been in a |W a s broken into early Monday morna sure road to profits is found, and , disgraceful condition t h e past two ! i n g and the money drawer was robbed
this will probably prove as t r u e of the | years or more, and it w a s only after ;o f $175, T h e side door of t h e station
If you intendtoinvest in apiano, wedesire to inform you that we have iwne very fine pianos that,
while not new, arein the same good order and wili give you excellent service and genuine satisfaction in
every possible way and prove all we claim.
.
PRICE SAVING
is an important feature in these times and we are prepared to quote iueh flgures and terms that will, we are sure, appeal to you.
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Our long standing and integrity in this business, we consider your iafe guard as in dealing with a house of so many*
years' reputation, you may be sure of securing the best possible for the least money.
t\h
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PIANOS FOR RENTAL
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Victor-Victrola Talking Machines i\
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direct to buyer means a large saving and has many other advantages that is not possible to secure when you go to a
concern that is unable to offer you this splendid opportunity,
ALJU
S Broad Street,
price $1.50. A . a ipeeial we
are telling it for
Invites your inspection of this season's fetching
variety in Men's and Boys' superior suite and
overcoats.
"Brokaw" clothes have a distinction for sturdiness
and continued _ satisfaction which is rarely approached except in high-grade custom work.
-;A man is unfair to himself when he buys _
clothes" without regard to their making, their
quality^ their values and the house standing sponsor
for them.
"Brokaw" clothes are dependable.
BROKAW BROTHERS
Astor Place and Fourth Avenue
New York City
Subway station at door
Washing saps a woman's
vitality—it breaks down
the health—it makes one
old before the time. Why
not save yourself and
escape all the developments and toils of washing by h a v i n g this
modern plant cleanse
and dry the familyVgrash ? *
Our ROUGH DRY SERVICE offfre you dependable, A-l work,
PROGRESS LAUNDRY.
" CARE " IS OUR WASH-WORD,
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Telephone 629-M Red Bank
I J. Cornwall, Jr.
Brown rot is
and has
89c
insects to crops amounts to $1,000,- orchards. To prevent this, spray now
Alto
45c
and
50c Rug* at
000,000. The farmers spend $8,000,- with the Rolf-boiled lime-sulphur mixJL
000 annually in spraying against in- ture and repeat in throe weeks.
28c
sects,. yet the government agriculThe application of 150 pounds of
tural experts deciare that nanny times
We have added VALSPAR to our Punt
this amount would not Rave the crops nitrate of Roda per acre will do much
toward stimulnting the tree and en-Department, the very best v&rniah in the
if bird life were destroyed.
larging the fruit. This should be ap- world. Will •tand hot or cold water
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plied now; a double handful spread
The cat's propensities for evil dont well out under the tree, being about
stop with bird destruction. Health | iho right quantity.
Broad Street
Red Bank
authorities are unanimous in jdoclaring that eats are *n groat me'haee to
Health Officer Geti Now Job.
health. Because of their •wanderings
John Hall, health officer of Long
from place to place and the welcome,
•which is generally shown to them by Branch, has been appointed to a
Infants and Invalids
children, eats are great spreaders of similar position by the East Orange
contagious diseases. Often a cat,board of health, Mr, Hall had tho
with its mouth reeking with germs highest average in a recent civil servfrom Ita raid on garbage cans and ice examination conducted for health
other .refuse, washes itself with its officers. This landed him his new
tongue; and is petted and stroked a job, which pays about $1,800 a year.
moment later by 0 child, who likes to
fool its soft fur.
Boy Fracture. Skull.
Joseph Fen-am of Long Branch The Food-Drink for all Age*
Catt) serve no useful purpose aside fractured his skull in a fall from his
from cntchinff a few mice and rats, bicycle Saturday nftpriicjon,.. Tho fall Rich milk, malted grain, in powder form.
and these pests can be wiped out WBH tho result of Ferrura'a colliding For infanta, invalids wd growing children.
more effectively by traps than by with an automobile. The hoy wns Pure nutrition, upbuilding At whole body.
cats. Cats which arc .kept as pets, rushed to tho Long Branch hospital Invigorates nuning mother* mi the aftd.
B they are kept confined, are nl-for treatment. From what the boy Mar* healthful than tea or poffae.
Ufl bad an those which have no said'the driver of tho automobile waa Unlomm you+my
"JIMMUMMTV"
not at fault.
JPoUc* who-WBwt-to keep
you may got m
b l t f
WELLER'S STORE
Safe MM
HORLICK'S
THE omauut
MALTED MILK
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H
culture has issued statistics showing
Red Banlc, N.
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SMITH'S VELVET RUGS
MODELS
THE HOUSE OF MATHUSHEK
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farmer amnot fail to ^alize" the ^ t f a f Se'ueW^^thaf i f nSv
value of protecting birds when he
i«duce
J crop next y e ?toally
i
S n i w l a f " a r t n ^ t ^ ^ i ! t - t h large
« Wlimbs.
P( P-venting breakage of Regular
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jitney bus business a« it has of other repeated requests had been made jj n c | j j e e n p r i € ( j O p e n ^ t ^ BOtne heavy
iforms of industry when they were in that anything was done.
tool. The robbers loft no clue.
their infancy,
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rincipal enDavid Patterton Dead,
The large number of jitney busses trance to the town from the river, and 1 D f l V i d Patterson of Asbury Park
Wharf
avenue
is
the
h
i
h
th
d
i
thi
ch
run
ove
the
roads
in
t
which
over
roudB
this jtthat
„
" M oMonday
n d a r ^ rmorning
n i n g from'gene^i
a sstreet
such importance!
importance ^1 die?d
from general
hat
t r e e t oof
f mch
'neighborhood
.,
, has caused
. . .new traffic
,. I should be allowed to get in such a debility. He was 74 years old and
---•— tending!
-~
n mmiserable
problems
and new conditions
i s e r a b l e condition is due to the fact l1-«...-_
e n v e s = n w,„•
ido w mA io]iv- c h i id r en, all
to
accidents. No serious aeci- t h a t t h e r e hm n e v e r i, e c n u definite of whom live at Asbury Park,
dents have occurred, but a number of p o l i e y o f s t r e e t improvement at Red
minor ones have taken place. This :B m i k _ ^ h e offlciuls have been zealdanger could largely be done away ;o u s j n i m p r O ving the streets on which
witn by the eniorcement of a few they live and.the sti-eets in which they
common sense regulations. The rules j ^ v ea special interest, but as a genshould not be unnecessarily severe, 1e r a l thing nothiag is done to the other
but in view of the accidents which js t r e e t R until they get in such poor
have occurred, the safety of the pub- jc o m [ition that an appropriatibn of
lie stems to require that jitney m o n e v for their improvement bebuhscH should not have as wide a lat-1 wme^ m imperative necessity,
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ltiule
in using the roads as ordinary
automobiles.
A
definite
policy
of street improve——0-0-0-0-0ment" providing for the improvement
Lust week a ent which was lending of streets in the order of their ima wild lift* with two others of its | portanco would remedy this condiJcifid . was killed beneath a bam on ' tion. The work of graveling and
Maple avenue, where it and its com- \ otherwise repairing every street in
panions made their home. The bones ; need of improvement could not be
—of—rauu5L_Wrds_, squirrels- and small done in one year, but the carrying
chickens wereT^irminiiHh<Myita!JjiirjJj)ut of such a program by succeeding
and this mute testimony of the harm ; e"ouncil~-boards would- "within""a^few
which the cats had done showed in a years' time make a vast difference
forceful manner one of the chief for the bettor appearance of the
causes of bird destruction.
streets,
and
(Town Talk continued on page IS.)
WAGON MANUFACTORY,
Two years ago a bill which had for
Established 1902.
its* object' the taxing of cats was
Automobile
and Wagon Work in
PEACH
PRO|PECTS.
laughed out o.f the legislature. Since
that time tho jokes and smiles have Conditions Continue Good for Heavy «H itt brandies. Estimntot and designs of special bodies for auto ehasgiven way to a serious consideration
Crop, Expert Say*.
iii or delivery wagon* cheerfully
of the cat problem. The question
W, B. Duryee, county agent of the furnished.
has been taken up by farmers! so_ _ all
„ „over
, „ .the
, state.
„„„„. f h e t a r m - ! national department of agriculture, My reputation for turning out
cieties
vJiiijw'nro practicniiy "unanimous "in. has issued the following statement work of the higeit grade it too valucondemning the cat ns a destroyer of; on j.cr.ch prospects and the care of able to permit any careleuneia in
werkmanihip or indifference to "the
bird life,
'
peach orchards:
quality of material used. Price*
p
As the season advances the pros- moderate for good work,
pects
for
a
heavy
peach
crop
conMost of the food of the smaller tinue. In many orchards there is
GARAGE.
STORAGE. "
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birds is made up of insects, ?n'""V
such a heavy set that thinning will Standard Gasoline and Oil Supply
ing those insects the birds render"' be
if much of the fruit is
Station,
farmers a service, the value of which to necessary
reach marketable size. Peaches
Montnonth Street Entrance.
is almost incalculable.
Many a should
be thinned now find there Monmouth Street and Maple Avenue,
n
0111 1 W lm lnlerVal offmr orflvo
A. IU DAV1SON
& f wh'^h
iffilt^winiuriou/inJ^
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'""" •»•"•-"•-- --.--"- m t ' o n a R ^ n c ^ e s ' ' G t w c o n oach two fruits, ThinRED BANK, N. J.
,:
mi *::.•V \v,u'p ning n o t only increases t h e amount of
Phone 398.
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Automobile Troubles and
Repairing.
CarsforHire. Supplies and Accessories. Storage.
Washing and Polishing.
A complete stock o f Tires at unusually
interesting prices,
PREST-04JTE TANKS ALWAYS IN STOCK,
A complete stock of Ford Parts and
Accessories.
General Electric or Gray & Davis Electric
Starting and Lighting Systems for
Ford Cars.
GASOLINE 12c per gallon.
Oils, Greases, Soaps, Metal and Body Polishes, Fibre,
Brass, Bronze and Babbitt
In fact everything that can be used in running or
repairing automobiles.
George Hance Patterson,
Monmouth Street, Near Broad,
Opp, Postoffice,
RED BANK, N. J.
OF1
FORD, STUDEBAKER and CHANDLER
MOTOR CARS.
We have several second hand cars on handy
which we are offering at very low prices.
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Childs' Best FLOUR • 42c
PUREWHITE LARD - lOc lb
ISc lto "Barnter Brand1' Coflee
2 lbs N E W ONIONS
SVVEE7T BLOOM BOOS
tOc lb
8c
S W E O T BLOOM BUTTER -
33c lb
Coffee^-
Coffee
©c
Can C a l A S P A R A Q U S TIPS
Large Cai\ Lenc\ott
14c
E>«licio«xa SUcsed. Pln«a»ple
He lb
Finest. FVesHeat Tub Butter
3Oclb
Taaty Ready F*ott«d
or Tongue - Oc
lie
Big Can CliUda* F*orlc a n d B s a n i
Fancy Quality New Cammed F*«a» 8 c can
Childa* Voujwg L»adle»VBrooma
- -39c
Three SheeU Shdf Paper 5c Fifty Sheets Lynch Paper 4c
Horte Shoe Salmon 16c can 20c Quality Pound Cake ISc
Holbrooks Imported Table Sauc« I 3 c
Straight Ceylon Tea 29c lb Old Gtnmtry Ariam Tea 29c lb
P r i n c e B(eadT«a 9c QUbFltg3 LateaRoIIa Toft* Paper 10c
White Fat Breakfast MxcLarel 8c. 10c
J P e x w d d e o f rlydrotfeit, • b'416 «une« WtU lor l O c
1 Oal. Stoit* JTu*rai«d WKtiJPu** CUtar
3 CAKES "FU>WBR B U D S " TOILET 9OAP lOb
DWNKINQ
Having had a lifetime of experience and
having worked in a great many of the Red Bank
garages, I am now starting in busineM for myself
and respectfully solicit your patronage.
Temporary Quarters In -
TURNER'S GARAGE OH BOHDENST.,
In the rearofth* Molly Wtehar
TMIROONI.
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SAVERS
Uundry So«ft 8 bars. .\Qe
Childa' Naphtha Soap, 3 bars.. lOc
ChUUfl' FtoaUwr B6«P, S bam. .lOo
OWWa'Partor Jtatdies.S boxes lOc
CftmnbeU's
Soupe, S cana JUk
Childs1 RolWl Oatfl, pkg.
Se
Mother's Oatt,
-Quaker Pats,
Frait Puddlna,
1
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WUmat*8 Peannt Batter
Be
Shredded Cocosnot, lb
tSo
fhtch«i«d Sweet Pickles
19c
Jelly Tamblets, doft
UN
Jar Rubbers, doc
fa
Mason Jars, Pints, dot. * M e
Mason Jars, Qaarts, d o e . . . . . ,90«
Ijtrteflow ritldM, d o « . , , . . . l l o
Large Can Table Sjrmi>, , , . . „ • #
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^ ^ 1 5 - D ATS-15_=^
A CARD
expense
of doing business in a city? Did you ever wonder how, in
say New York, the big stores meet these tremendousexpenses and yet have half-price (?) sales from January to
January? We will take shoes for instance. It's not much
of a trick to mark $4,00 ihoes $6.50 or $7,00 at the beginning of the season and in the middle of it start a sale of
what's left for $8,65 or $3,85 and call it half-price; whereas^
I sell equally good, equally stylish ones every day in the year
at $4.00, or less, and besides give you sizes and widths no
store in New York city attempts to, A big claim? Yes it
is, and our very regular trade has proven it to their complete satisfaction. This store has a big reputation for A-i
goods and A-lfitat remarkably low prices for quality. One
price to all, a fair one and no fake ads. This is for the
stranger at our gates. Our people know,
CLARENCE WHITE,
9 Broad Street, Red Bank.
William L. wells to Joseph B, Wells.
bungalow on Commodore ave- Tract
of Iiincl,
HEWS FROM KEANSBURG. modore
nue.
Annie F. Kuefo to John Dennett Two
The New Point Comfort Beach Ipts,
$1,
CHALLENGE SALE
FINKELSTEIN & POPE
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
$1O, $12 and$13 SUIT
IN THE COUNTY
Commencing Saturday. June 26th
This being our first sale, we want to make it a memorable one. Therefore we challenge
the Big Profit Stores with their, fancy fixtures and their extravagant expenses to meet
our prices. RIGHT-NOW when you need summer clothing the most, we offer Men's
and Young Men's High Grade Clothing and this season's new and up-to-date Straw Hats
and Furnishings at ridiculously low prices. The unseasonable weather is responsible for
this most wonderful sale Monmouth county has ever seen. We dont want to take chances
waiting to dispose of ourenormous stock in the regular way. This is why we have
decided to move our stock QUICKLY, by putting the knife into operation and cutting
deep our prices, which are always from 80 to 40 per cent' less than those of the fancy
fixture stores. Itis not often that an opportunity like this CHALLENGE SALE ever
happens at the beginning of the season.
W, Morris to John Bennett,
has laid concrete sidewalks GeopRe
GIRL ESCAPES DEATH IN SECcompany
dTtB |1
on S«a Breeze Way from Highland
OND.STORY FALL.
avenue to Carr avenue,
Study these prices, and compare them with) the prices of the Big Profit Stores
Atlantic
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe P. Paynter of
Charles E, Myers to Max Snnflak, Two
Auto Accident on Carr Avanue—Fl»h« Carr
and
you
will recognize at a glance what a great saving this sale means to you.
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avenue have had aa their guests lots,
ing Party Come* to Grief^L. C. the past
Charles
G,
Smith
to
John
F,
Mooney
week, Mr. and Mrs. Stanford Land on the south side of Washington
Raynor Tract «t Port Monmouth
Emery of Weit Portal.
avenue, fl,
s
Sold,
Joseph H, Paynter of West Portal, Miadletowu Town«hip.
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25c Caps 15c 11 $2 Sport Shirts $ 1 | | 75c Sport Shirty 39tT |25c Suspenders 18c
Eathryn Dillon, the young daugh- N. J.,''nas returned home after spend- Michael Puehatch to Anthony Baron,
ter of Charles Dillon of Manning ing a week with his son, H. S. Payn- Two
lots at Mlvt-r Plaza, f 170, '
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place, fell from a leeond-story win- terof Palmer avenue.
Harold N, Lttwrla to Uarrle M, nay.
nold.
Two
late,
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dow at her home last we«k, Kattwyn
S, A, Mbrgansteln has moved his Land and1 Loan company to Howard
was leaning out of the window, and photograph business from Main Devcsty,
Two lots at Plattmount, | i .
•he lost her balance. Her head itruck itreet to the New Point Comfort Mardean company to Clementine Hildebrand. Five Jots, Ji,
the grass beside a brick walk. She Beach section.
John H, Cook, Jr., to William W. Cook
Rubber
Genuine
wms severely bruiied and •haken up,
f
Two lots at River Plata, fi,
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Dennis
Keeley,
probtt^no bones were broken.
Mardean
company
to
Clementine
Hil2So
I^itHolin
of the Keeley Camp on Cen- debrand. Three lota at Mardean, | i ,
The rear axle of Fred Trennery'i prietors
ter
avenue,
spent
Saturday
and
SunCollars
automobile bus broke Tuesday of last day here.
ratontown Townghlp.
week while the machine was crossing
Addle B._ Hathaway to OharloB J,
Edward Waitt of Commodore ave- Shlck,
Lund on the south side of Lewis
the trolley switch on Carr avenue.
street,
$1.
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nue
is
a
new
automobile
owner,
Mr,
If you can save l i eon a single garment of B. V, D, do you see any practical reason why you
The machine skidded about thirty
rtelwof realtyy companyy to
t Bridge
B r g e WatWat
feet and came to a stop across the Waitt uses the car for hacking pur- erss estates company.
company
Two
tract
f
l
d
Two
tracts
of
land,
pay more at the Big Profit Stores? Walk across the street and save l i e .
tracks. Mr. Trennery was alone in poses.
Mr, »nd Mrs, Fred L. Bertsch of Barltan Towatblp.
th« auto, and he was unhurt. A trolley ^car_wfta™-del»yed.-about .twenty. Ntwark spent Saturday and Sunday
lodge, A, F. A, Si., to
at their bungalow on Gamp View aveminutes by the accident, «
•ot at Keyport, 1125,
Keansburg
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improvement eoitiThe real estate firm of Morrisey nue,
to IClla Taylor, Two lota at Kcansft Walker has bought the L. C. Eay- Mrs. James Moran of Newark was panjburg, IB.
UNDERWEAR 8 8 c SUIT
aor tract on the Bray's Landing road, here Saturday looking for a bunga- Hundall Whl taker to Ella Taylor.
Three iota at KeansbtirB, IB,
near'Port Monmouth. Three streets low to rent for the season.
Brown & KlB«land to Alois Stiir; Lot
will be made through the property
Edward A, Morris opened his iceatJSS'eat
Kecyisburg Park, fi.
and the tract will be cut up into cream parlor at the foot of Main
Brown & Kinssland to Fred Kern,
Lot at AY cat Keansburg Park. | 1
building lots. The tract is a five- street last week.
& Kingsland to JJna Stfeik,
minute walk from the trolley tracks
Edward Lang of Jersey City spent Brown
West Keansburg Park fl
and a ten-minute walk from the Port part of last week at his new bungalow TLot? ILat
\ W «. &* Kingaiancf to Hugo Prlnz.
With or without collars
Lot at West Keansburg Park, i l
•Monmouth station. It is on high at Ramsay Park,
Blown
&
Klnggland
to
Albert
Sendgeground, and was about the only land
Mrs. Fred W. Clark of Camp View
L 1
Wo st
along the shore that was not flooded avenue has been laid up several days ?S •» ? &? , Keansburg Bark, $1,
Michael
Kowal
to George A W
during the heavy storms last "winter. with pleurisy.
50
£S.
The tract is within a quarter of a Miss IvaDell Thorne of Palmer nvemile of the bay front and is conven- nue is employed in Otto Kellar's ice GeorBO "A, ' W, Brown t o Michael
Kowal. TWO lots a t Ramsay Park
ient to Keansburg.
cream parlor.
Keanshunr1_f 1
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Charles H. Smith.to Charles a, Sproul
Last week, Rev. Charles G, Book
Tw;o lots at Keyport, $1,550,
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baptised Luella D. Gardner, Donald
COLT'S NECK NEWS.
Jennie V. Bush to Atlantio HiuliInndH
Edgar Gardner, Irma R. Watson,
bullcling- and lunn association. " Three
Dorothy Bowers, Carl Edward Walter Fieldi Breaks UpftMidnight 1 OEHp- ^ 1 jOOO,
No higher.
Ideal Beach company to Arthur T
Thorn©, fistella A, Thorne, Alta EllaFranci* Hurt.
Brooka. Two lots at Ideal Beach, "|1.
abeth Thorne, Grace E. Brown and
John Itestifo to Charles Berchtoldtl
Take your choice.
Walter Fields was awakened at hotp^w
Oiflord Brown, Last Wednesday midnight
Point Comfort" Beach, KeansThursday night by a cat
over 100 persons attended the prayer concert under his bedroom window. New Point Comfort Roach company to
service, conducted by William E. The noise steadily increased in vol-Carrie A, ,!onPB. Lot at Now Pol At" ComBunn of Red Bank, A meeting of the ume, and in time it was further In- fort Beach, | L
women's Christian temperance union creased by all the dogs in the neigh- Howell TowatUp,
was held last night at Mrs. Carrie borhood. The dogs howled, Mr,
J hn R
°
Patenaude'a. Next Sunday morning Fields stood it as long as he could and Kleanor J, Clayton to
John Shiner. 63B«v, Mr. Book will preach on "Thethen got his trusty gun and took a 100 acres, fas,
Resemblance ._ Between the Divine shot at the cats. Whether he hit any M A Wllkes to Julia M. Gardner,
Parent and His Children." Sunday of them or not he does not know, but
John B, Oulce to Robert O, White 1
night the sermon will be on "Thethe shot put a stop to the music. Theaero,
|1,
$l,S0 Khaki . . . , 9 0 c
Solemn Walk Leading Them Up toreport alarmed several residents of Mftt»w»a Town«hlp.
The Great Surrender." Next Tues- the village, among them being Con$3.00 Pants,. . $1.90
day night Dr. John G, Cornwell will stable Peter J, Frawley, who hurried- 1 aer|Ulitl C o n o v e r t o Edward Anderson,
Any
Hat
in
our
store,
75c Union Suits ..48c
2.50 Pants,,, . $1.65
deliver a humorous lecture entitled ly dressed and rushed across the road
ntebold
VowmaUp.
'•Hitting the Funny-Bone,"
50c Silk Ties. ., 35c
your choice
All $1.00 Union Suits
to Mr, Fields's house to inquire if he LouiM rincjjQhl to David Carswel!. Lot,
2.00 Pants,, . . $1.35
The Comanche, a power cruiser wanted any help in repelling burglars, II.
U. wyckoft to Bortis B, Patterowned by a Newark man, was out last
Albert Francis was kicked on the Annie
$1.50 Pants,,. $1.13
50c Silk Knit Ties
H 75=100 aci-cB. $32,50.
week wtih a party of eight men leg by a mule in Frank S, Weeks's son,
Ileno N, Ward to JOBupli Brakeley, Two
This
lot
includes
all
$2.00 Pajamas. $1.39
aboard, The men hod been fishing, stable last week. His leg become lots, f 1,
The best Blue Serge
only
,25c
and on the return trip the pilot be- badly bruised ami swojJeniJWidJie tarn Joseph Brakeley to Meyer' Nlemtaow.
grades from $1.50
$1.50 Pajamas.. $1.19
lots, i l , -.—,__ _.-..
Pants, $3.50 value
the heav
^lncff~bi8n~Taid up. The doctor has Port of-two
came confuted
W, Hulse to Joseph Maliar. Tract
All
25c
Ties
19c
Ififld jetty been unable to determine whether the of John
to $2.50
land on the west side of South street,
$1.00 Pajamas. ..69c
$1.95
near the foot of Sea View avenue leg is broken or-aot,
mnd stove a hole in the hull, Some
Mrs, Frank E. Heyer is spending Vuialapan Tomwhlp.
men on shore heard the crash and the the summer with her son, George Sarah K. EmmnnA to Sarah E, StonDont let our low prices lead you to think that our goods are, inferior to those offered by the Big Profit
aker, B7-100 acres, $1,
•bouts of the men, and they put out Heyer of Madison.
Aaron W. Clayton to William M, ClayIn row-boats and took the shipMri, Frank E, Heyer spent part of ton,
11 00-100ftcreH,$1,
Stores. They are the same identical goods, then why pay more ?
wrecked mariners off, The Goman- last week with her daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth
B, McKean to Albert W
*he was later beached. Repairs were Ford of New York. Mrs. For4 is re-Joiioa. Tract of land, | l .
made, and she was then taken back to turning the visit,
IUIJMQBI To'wnihlp.
Newark,
Frank S, Weeki has a new automo- Elnior E. Silver to Robert 8. Wilson
81 30-100 ucros, | i .
Last week the New Point Comfort bile.
Beach company sold several Belle
A graveled walk has been Ink! and
View avenue lots to Victor^ Kurz of wooden curbing has been put down
Jersey City and a lot on Ear View from Taylor's corner to Charles E. •*••••••••••••••••••••••
avenue to William Duffy of Newark. Strong's property,
Gray Haired People!,
Mr. Kurz has started work on a bun- John Yonkowski, Jr., ion of John
Look at Tim Picture! J;
galow on his property, and Mr, Duffy Yonkowski, was taken sick with
The average man knows enough for the sake of economy to keep away from the Big
will build two bungalows. The com-measles last week. Neither the boy
pany has rented part of Mrs, Bels- nor his parents knew what wai the How Sulpho-Sige Compound Bplngi
Profit Stores when in need of a $10, $12 and $15 Suit, for he realizes that a man with his
eheine'i bungalow on Center avenue matter with him, and he went in
Back Color and Luatre of Youth.
to Charlei Boyd of New York, and aswimming in the mill pond in an efpocketbook cannot afford to pay for the fancy fixtures. We harbor no personal animosflat in Mrs. McAlpjn's cottage on fort to getridof the itching caused
ity toward other merchants. They are in business to make money—so are we. If we
Barltan avenue to William L. Allen by the measles scabs. He caught cold
of
the
Bronx,
•
shortly
afterwards
and
his
condimaintained an extravagant establishment with fancy fixtures that run up into the thou1
Fritz, a Boston bull dog owned by tion is now lerious.
Carl LaBella of Main street, disapChildren'B day was observed by the
sands of dollars, we too would be compelled to make big profits—expense governs profit.
peared last Tuesday night. Wednes- children of the Reformed SundayOur expenses being the smallest in Red Bank places us in a position to undersell the Big
day night Constable Frank K. school on Sunday. The entertain,
Niblett found the' dog near the ment was exceptionally fine, It was
Profit Stores from 80 to 40 per cent, so it's up to you. If you are an economical buyer
Palmer avenue trolley
ll crossing. Not to have been held a week previous,
knowing who the owner was, hebut was postponed on account of
our Little Profit Shop will appeal to you.
turned the animal over to William stormy weather and the prevalence of
Miller. Friday night Mr. LaBella, In measles among the children of the
a search for "the dog, earns nf ar the Stmday-sehool,
*
WESEL,L,FORL,ESS
Miller place, and the dog set Up a All of last year's teachers in Athowl. Mr. LaBella recognized his lantic township have been engaged
pet's voice, and took the dog home, for another year with the exception
James Hughes, aged six years, of Miss Shirley Martin of Red Bank,
whose father waa killed while fight- who resigned as teacher of the Hilling in Europe with the French army, side schdol.
ORIGINATORS OP THE 8IO, 913 AND «1S SUIT STORE
You can •petdlly and harmlesBly conand whose mother died recently, has Dorothy Frawley, daughter of
gray, faded hnlr to tho dark,
been adopted by Mrs. 3. N. Malanti of Peter J. Frawle^ and Ann Harti- vert thnt .natural
color of yolflh with
THE STORE WITH THE ALL WOOL POLICY
Ideal Beach. Mrs. Malanti has ahorne, daughter of William Harts- luxurioui,
tho good old-fashioned Sage Toa and
Sulphur preparation called Bulpho-iage,
number of children of her own, two horne, are sick with measles.
Y<iu no lonaer have to use IialTmful dyes
of whom are of about the age of
12 WEST FRONT STREET,
RED BANK, N, J,
or HtnlnH when this line old Hme-trled
James.
compound uwults you. It li not Btloky,
DEEDS RECORDED.
ling
no
oliji'ctionnhlfi
features
and
no
one
James Seelcy Is building a fouryou arc unlng it. No matter
room bungalow on East Shore street LUt of R M IEtlata Tranaffan Ra> knows
whether your
y r hair
hair In
n entirely
ent Bray or
l
l
bu will be
b sur*
for Fred Nightingale of Carr avenue.
kt Fr
liuKlnniitR
J
K ni i t R to
t o turn, yb
ybu
d
h
B
l
l
S
prised
how
BulBlio-Sago
i l bbring back travel on June 80th, 1916, at 7:00
at their rooms, Court House, Free- drod dollar.?, muit accompany
Th« bungalow will be of frame conThe following is a Hat of deeds re- the dark, rioh «hade, Iwill
t removes danPROPOSALS.
struction, and will have modern im- corded in the county clerk's office at druff, stOTiB falling hair, and
hold, on Monday, July 12th, 1015, at bid.
promotes a
provements. It will be rendy for oc- Freehold for the past waok:
Hoft, KlOH8y, luxuriant growth. R, H,o'clock in the forenoon of Bald day
the hour of eleven o'clock in tho foreAll bids must bo oncloHod in
Vandorveer, Kniekerbookor phnrmaoy,
cupancy by July 1st.
who
iolla
nnd
reoommendH
Bulpho-Hatra
and
remain
closed
during
the
repairs
noon
of
said
day
and
then
and
there
sealed
envelope und be endorsed
Leslie Thompkins of Beacon Beach, Hannah l>. Coofc to William
Cook. In Red Hunk, will return your money if
publicly
opened
and
rend.
the
name
of the bidder and tho
nma been appointed life guard at E. A. Land
you
are
not
Batiiflod,
Sealed
proposals
for
tho
furnishing
on tthe eawt aide of IjOlghton
to sold bridge.
Morris's beach »t-ih*-foot of Main nui» I I .
bid on,
of
all
tools,
labor
and
material
for
tho
K. Kelly to William E. Hnckstreet. Mr. ThompMns Is instructor ettWilliam
By order of the Bond of Choaon replnnking of the bridge in the Bor- PlntiH and HpocifluationH can bo ob- The Board of Chosen Freehold*!**.
Two lota, VI.
df » Jepeey City swimming club*,
NOTjCE.
Anna T, Run to Albert L. Ivlna. Lot
Freeholders of this county of Mon-ough of Keyport, known na the Mott tained of George D. Cooper, County of tho county of Monmouth reien
• William B. Ittiulolph'K automobile on, Linden place. | l .
ha* b#en laid iflPw P«*t week for B. Oerry Roberta to A. Trumbull
street bridge, in accordance with the Engineer, 00 Broad street. Red the right to reject any or a)l"Md#
Land on the north side of jpinckig hereby given that the mouth,
repairs. The machine has had con-Smith.
doetned to the beat intertsti of
plans and gpeeifieationB prepared Bank, N. J.
ney
road.
11,800.
Mrvice aince early in 1 Land ami Loan Company to Elwood W. bridge known •« the Main street
county to to do. '
therefor by the County Engineer of
< ^M||f. CORUES,
TwoloU. | t .
J. M. COHUKS,
tho county of MonmouthT%ill b'e re- A certiflsd chick, drawn to tho orbridge, over Deal Lake, North Afc- Attest?
'
Director. ceived by. tho Board of Chosen Free- der of, tho Collector of the county of Attest: ^
tnurp Parit, JN. J., ^ U be oloaed to
C. E. CLOSE, Clerk. . j ^
holder of tho couhty of Moumouth
in tho, pum attootain- C,E , CLOSE,
1S-^DAYS
SALE-IS
19c
50c B. V. D. 3 9 c
39c ATHLETIC
Shirts
PORUS-MESH
I:
STORE!
$1.00 Shirts
All kinds
All $1,50 and $2.00
Shirts, including $3.00
Silk Shirts with collars
attached. Challenge
Sale Price
All 50c Straw
HATS
50c
Suspenders
81.OO
35c
All 50c Shirts
39c
$6- Genuine
Panama Hat
All 50c Men's
Caps
The Finest Quality Palm Beach Suit, a regular $8.00 value, $ 5 . O O
PANTS
STRAW
HATS
SILK
TIES
eoc
UNION
SUITS
89c
"
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—
•
-
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—
—
-
-
—
-
-
_
-
_
_
_
_
Men's and Young Men's Suits, $20.00 to $22.50, OUR CHALLENGE PRICE
Men's and Young Men's Suits, $18,00, OUR CHALLENGE PRICE - Men's and Young Men's Suits, $15.00, OUR CHALLENGE PRICE - -
HNKELTEIN
S1S.OO
$12.00
$10.00
& POPE
HI;
THE RED BANK RIGI8TEH.
Page Six.
BRIEF ITEMS OF NEWS.
MINOR HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST IN
ALL PARTS OF MONMOUTH COUNTY,
i
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hold last week in the notion brought » • • • • • » • • • • • + • • • • • » » • • » » » • • • • • » » • • • • • » » • • • • • • • • » • • » »
against him by Victoria Grieeo of
Ocean Grove, who (charged the doctor
with negligence.
OF
Aged Wom»n Dead.
Mrs, Emily H. Stryker of Asbury.
Park died last Thursday at tho ago of
70 years.
Mrs. Stryker was tho
widow of Rev. Peter Stryker, formerly pantor of tho Asbury Pnrk Reformed church.
CLEARANCE SALE
Stodt of i i w t r , D » 1 B a n i SolJ Plpf, with All
PHUngi In Monmoath County.
Staim, Hot Air, Hot Wattr «nd U n d t r h i d Boiltfi
•*-•'•'
Md Ranges. ,
*• '
Oalv«nl£td and Black Iron Pipe, with Ftttingi of All
Siiea, Alwayi In Stoek,
Latest and Most Approved Plumbing and Keating
:
Fixturee,
MEN'S AND BOYS' STYLISH SUMMER SUITS
Some a t 1 - 2 Price
Special Good Values in Norfolk Suits, $6.00 to $10.00
Personal Notes, Sales of Property, Building Opera ILightning Hill Big Tree,
Union Suits for men in Nainsook, ribbed andflatgoods 50c,
"Lightning "stfuc'k a ViglrnajHO tree'
in front of the Presbyterian manse, at
75c and $1,00
tions Lodge Doings—Slight Fire»-=Births, Mar- Englishtown
last Wednesday. Some
of the glass in the windows of the
A "Jim Dandy" Sport Shirt at 59c
riages, Deaths, Accidents—Other Interesting manse
were broken and tho tree %vas
bmlly damaged.
Adjust o Shirt»,detachable sieves at $1.50, fine for Summer wear
Features of Town and County.
Fireman Geti Shock.
Copper, Zinc, Tin »nd Sheet Iron Work of All Klndi,
Stove Repair* and Accessories for All Stoves.
Agent for Kewanoo Water Supply System,
Agent for Skinner Irrigation and Spraying System.
Agent for Fairbanki'Morie Engines.
Heat Regulfttori for Boilera and Furnaces.
Wind Mill and Pump Repairi,
Children's Blue Serge Sufts latest styles at $2.50, $3,00, $3.50,
Charles \V. Simonson, Jr., of Frank J. Kutcher of Ocean Grove
William Duiloy of Mnnnsquan has
$4.00 and 95.00
vented this Mrs. Dennis Sweeney Spring Lake, was granted a license to was rendered unconscious by an elechoiisi' at that place and will conduct sell liquor last Thursday by Judge tric shock while helping fight afireat
Big Bargains in Trousers ,
Lawrence. Former Governor Fort that place Tuesday of last week. He
it as a bomdiiiji house,
was dragged out of tho building by
Harry Thome of Belmav, who spent had protested against granting tho li- hi»
Home of James Grover for made-to-measure clothing.
comrades.
Judge Lawrence said ho was
tin* winter with Ids father on i\ grape cense.
personally
acquainted
with
the
char(Continued
on
next
page,)
fruit plantation in Cuba, has returned acter of Mr, Simonson,
home.
Mrs. Molt V. Mnrcellus of Mana- Painter Kept Bu»y.
BijiiHii i,'uv(< birth to n daujrhter last
Andrew Patterson of Freehold is
RED BANK, N, J,
AVe.lnesday.
I 19 BROAD STREET,
painting the building on Edward
A win was born to Mr, nnd Mrs. llance's farm near that place and has
Jnincs Lyons of Allentown on Satur- just finished painting old Tennent
church. He also has the contract to
day wet-k,
Some people npproclato olive
Mrs. Harold Stihvell of Freehold paint the military school nt Freehold.
oil
more if it Is very pale In
Kavi' birth to a son "Friday week.
Application Refused.
colur Instead of being of the
yelluw greenish color characteriDecition Agninst Water Company,
The application of the New Jerstic of a pure virgin olive oil.
The public utility commission has sey rille association for a liquor liFuneral Director and Embalmer.
lUvidod against the Tintern Manor cense :<t Seagirt was refused last
One of the methods of artificial decoloration, is that of excompany in the complaint of Lawton week, while the applications of Felix
UpHolstering In All Its Branches.
posing the oil to the light for n
M. lluvdiek of Deal, Mr, Hurdiek M. Vital of Seabrijjht and of Thomas
sufficient
length
of
time.
Regan
of
OlitTwood
were
laid
over,
said the company cut his water off he(Formerly w?Ui R. T. Smith of Red l«nk for 27 yaan.)
c-iuisu he would not pay the water Lonij Time in One Building,
But, as It has been found
C a m p C h a i r , t n d C a r d XableB IOPI Hlro
rent for a'whole house when he wns
that a pure olive oil exposed to
William II, Carman, an Ocean
iismir only half of the house.
the light easily turns rancid,
drove carpenter, has given up his
both that method of decoloration
Offies 'Phone SB?,
Wrddetl Lnsl December.
:-hop in the roar of tho poRtofflee,
and the packing uf olive oil in
Office
and
Funeral
P
u
l
o
n , IS Monmouth Street, Red Bank, N. J,
Miss ('elm llorwit;; and Loul= Fein- which he hnd occupied continuously
glass containers have been disberir of Lotu' Branch were mnvried over Rn yenrs, Mr.Carman hns been
couraged,
lant Decpmber hut iinnouneement of a notary public nearly 25 years.
tiiy wi-dding was not made until last
BRUNO'S OLIUE OIL
week. Tho bri<!o graduated from the A Now Citizen.
presM'd b y e x p o r t s in t h e R i v i e r a ' s
i>, William Gull of Matawan was
Long Branch high school last WednesJOHN LLOYD
must f.imuu'* gru%uh u-hun* isiivt'i srv
W, L. HART
i ich'.'sX, i s s o l i iiniy in li^htprruif
day Hiid after the exorcises the wed- granted naturalization papers at
Lake
Avenue,
Red Bank, N, J. ]
Keansburg, N. J.
s^Li!t^d full m^a^yrt' tins*
Freehold List week. Many of Mr.
diiitr was announced.
At all fir^t ii.i
Jrug,
Gall's intimate friends arc surprised,
an j grut t-iy stO
Married Last Fall.
because they had always thought ho
A*ik fur frt?o
uf valuable
Mrs. Leah Iteiss has given up her was a citizen of thjs country.
position as private secretary to Wal- Had Hb Leg Amputated.
BRUNO
ter Steinbach of Asbury Park and
Jeffrey of Oakhurst had his
will uo to Boston next week to join legWilliam
OLIVE OIL
amputated at the Long Branch
hei- hushand, Dr. Joseph Retos. The hospital recently and has almost reCOMPANY
couple wore married Inst fall but an- covered from the effects of the operof Ciemiii, Haly
nouncement was not made until last ation. Mr. Jeffrey's other leg was
KEANSBURG AND REP BANK
week.
amputated ft few years ago.
Now
York
Offi»o
Horse Stolen nt Freehold,
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiimiiiniiiiiMiM
A horse belonging to. Edward Clay- Tillery Held for Trial,
426 WASHINGTON
Vance Tilleryi Jr., of Asbury Park,
ton was stolon from a shed at FreeSTREET
hold Saturday week, It wns located appeared in court last Thursday and
at Perrineville Sunday morning. pleaded not guilty to a charge of sellThis is the second horse of Mr. Clay- ing liquor without a license. In deton's to be stolen in a short time, fault of $500 bail he was sent to jail if ip jr. if if ir
to await trial on June 80th.
The other one was also recovered.
Chased by R Bull.
Weds R Trenton Girl.
II, Perry Stilwell nnd Charles ReyNelson J. Schoen of Asbury Park
(INCORPORATE)
and Miss Minnetta A. Storer of Tren- nolds of Adelphia were chased by a
ton were married last Wednesday at savage bull while on William Vander- Now Is the Time to Get Rid of These
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
the homo of the bride. Mr, Schoen veer's farm Sunday of lost week.
Ugly Spots
They got over a fence into another
works for a real estate firm nt As- field
Just nhead_of thejmll.
There's no longer the Blightest need
-bwy- Parkland Jie and his
of
feeling ashamed of your freckles, as
Arreited for Being Drunk.
live at that place.
the
prescription
othine—double
Veteran Run Down by Auto.
William Mack of Montrose was ar- strength—is guaranteed to remove
jested
at
Freehold
Tuesday
of
last
William Brown of Freehold, n
these homely spots.
veteran of the civil war, was struck iveek for being drunk. He was sen- Simply get an ounce of othine™"
by an automobile and seriously in- enced to thirty days in the county double strength—from any druggist
ail but wns later released unuer $800 ("and apply a little of it night and mornjured on Saturday week. He re-mil
for n further hearing.
ing and you should soon see that even
ceived a compound fracture of the left
the worst freckles have begun to disand a gash on his head. The automo- Died at Summer Home.
appear, while the lighter ones have
bile did not stop.
John W. Martin died at his sum- vanished entirely. I t is seldom that
Boy Die§ in Hospital.mer home at Asbury Park Tuesday of more than an ounce is needed to comReuben S. Rogers, son of Charles fist week after a long sickness. Mr. pletely clear the skin and gain a beauM, Rogers of Imlnystown, wns taken itartin wns 62 years old and was atiful clear complexion.
He* is survived by a
to a Trenton hospital Inst Friday rontractor.
Be sure to ask for the double
and three children.
week Buffering with appendicitis. An
strength othine as this is sold under
operation was not .possibleftspneu- Graduation at Ocean Grove.
guarantee of money back if it fails to
YARD t Leonard Street and N. J, S. R. R,
monia had developed and tho boy died
The graduating exercises of theremove freckles.
that night.
\Teptune township high school were
OFFICE i Bridge Avenue, Phone
eld at Ocean Grove Inst Friday night.
Runaways Upset WnRon.
class numbered 82. Rev. MadiA team of horses belonging to D.The
on C. Peters of New York made the
V. Perrine of Freehold and hitched to Kldresa to the graduates.
one of his grocery wagons ran away
Tuesday of last week nncl upset the Flower Thief Geti Bath.
wagon. A lot of groceries was spilled
A man who was stealingflowersin WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
in the road nnd the wagon was badly he yard of Ward Godfrey at Ocean
rove one night last week fell into
damaged.
sunken pool in the yard and got a Lumber.Sanh.Doora. Blind*. GU»t
Motorcycle and Auto Collide.
good
bath. He made a quick getaway
A motorcycle, on which Druinnumd
»nd Builders' Hardware.
Bennett of Whitesville nnd John Me- ifter falling in the water. , ,
Bride of Asbury Pnrk were riding, Firemen On an Outing,
was struck by an automobile last
Members of Eagle fire company of
Wednesday night. Drummond was Ocean Grove enjoyed an outing at
cut on the ear but McBride escaped Forked River Tuesday of last week.
BED BANK, N. J .
injury.
The trip was made by automobiles.
Neilsen Wins Again.
The firemen played baseball and enOluf Neilsen, the crack Asbury oyed a shore dinner.
Park wrestler, defeated Prank Hok- Big Clan of Graduate..
man, the big German, in two straight
The graduating class of the Asbury
falls at Anbury Pnrk last Wednesday . a r k high school this year had 3(5
night, llokmnn greatly outweighed members, IB of whom were boys and
Now that moving time la near I mm
Neilwen, but the latter was far more 21 girls. This is the largest class prepared
to do your next jnoylnf ol
fkrser.
furniture,
or baf gage, to all part»
hat has ever graduated from the 9f city or pianos
eountrj', In the largest padded
Fished at Tuckerton,
Asbury Park school.
^
vans In Red Bank, Before you hav*
your next moving done, write, lend oir
Hurry Bentty, Formnn Hendrick- Can in Collision.
LOOK FOR THIS SIGN I
call
for the only reliable furniture movai
Kon, -.\Villiam_Stearle, DanieL Rogers,
Autbmo'bileTown'ed by' HrOvJamea lhtowB,^infl-*fttjnx: prices on your next
Harry Holman, Augustus Robbins, of Bradley Bench and Henry M, lob. All klndi of heavyTsr-llghttruek.
Wesley Burtis and Charles Haver- Aikes of Ocean Grove collided at lag done at short notice. Call or addrest
J. T, EGAN,
straw, of Allentown went to Tucker- Ocean Grove last Wednesday. The
ton on a fishing trip Sunday of last machines were only slightly damaged 11 Wall Street, Red BanH
Where
Reiidenee phone 124-J Office phone 539R
week.
:\nd no one was hurt.
ID WHARF" A V E N U E ,
Struck by Auto.
"''•" Mrs, Kobeccn liipschetz of Free- Enter* Annapolis,
Ross Winckler, son of Thomas J.
hold was struck by an automobile
MOTOR GASOLINE
Winckler of Asbury Park, has passed
while walking on tho Englishtown tho
physical examination at Annnpolis
and
road Monday of last week. She was naval academy and has entered on hi«
picked up by the driver of another duties. He will not be home again
POLARINE
cur and was taken to a Trenton hos- for fifteen months.
pitul.
Oil and Greases can
Horse Had to Be Killed.
Auto Strike! Motorcycle.
,be obtained,
A horse belonging to Joseph LokerEdward Burlew of Freehold was
trying out a new automobile Sunday pon of Adelphia Rot fust inftditch
of lust week, when he lost control of Tuesday of last week and was there
RED BANK,
the machine nnd it struck n motor- nil night. When it wnn taken out tho
cyclist. The motorcycle was badly next day it could not stand and Mr.
Rumpf • Garage, W, Front Si,
damaged but the rider escaped injury Lokerson killed it.
Estimates for Sloting, Tinning, Heating, Plumbing and
Fitting Cheerfully Given,
PL N. SUPP,
WILLIAM
RID BANK and SEABRIGHT.
WHY THE CAN
HOTEL ABBOTT
HARRY C. FAY,
Shrewsbury Avenut, Red Bank
Thr*« MlnutM from Depot «
FIRST-CLASS SERVICE
Comfortable Roomi
CAFE and BAR ATT ACHED
+
HART & LLOYD
BUILDERS — CONTRACTORS
FRECKLES \
JAMES L,. WORDEN, Proprietor
TEUBPHONB Oee RED BANK
1
For* the Roof
of Your Home
you want a roofing that will last and one that wiirkeep yout
home warm in winter «and cool in summer—an attractive
roofing that cannot break, rust or leak. You get all this in
EARLING, JOHNSON & FRJlKE CO.
MORE
Lumber, Cement, Lime, Lath, Brick
|
Flue Lining, Plaster Board
|
Sand and All Kinds of Building Material
|
Distributors for the Famous Beaver Board,
§
e
PU-M-I-OID Roofi applied met*
We recommend IttlsiR-OlObe* than 20 yeari ago are still giving
cause we know that it will five you perfefetBerviee without repairs, You
lasting satisfaction. It costs more end roof troubles when you use it.
tham oidinary prepared roofinf*,
The U, Si Court of Appeals hat
but it is ehioptr by the year. Our enjoined imitators from using the
cuitomera who have wed it know word "Rubberoid or any similar
its worth and long life, i m p in t l
name • • the trade name of brand"
^U-BIKTOID ia solid through and of their roofing,
through. It it permanently water- ^ There U» many imitations of
proofed with a compound of high- "IIUMR-OIO- WeMUIhe jfnuiiw,
grade animal and vegetatlo aubces. It
It contains
which has
h u the "Ru-ber.oid
Ruber-oid Man
Man"
Stances.
contains no
no coaltar
coal-tar or
or which
haltic oils that rnight crack inw (shown above) on every roll. ComA
J weather or run in hot weather. in and examine it.
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, Hopping SlcHenry & Froit
EATONTOWN, Robert Higpitwon A Son
KEANSBtlRG, BrowrtEiUt«Co.
KEYPdRTBIta
uniiurewiiuu«vp.
MATAWAN, C«lUn & Devlin
RED BANK. Chalet Uwfr
ALL LUMBER DEALERS
CHARLES LEWIS,
EGAN'S
Auto Vans and Express.
STANDARD THE PURE FUEL LABEL
MOTOR GASOLINE
SERVIGE STATION
STANDARD
Died at Brether'i Home.
Long Branch*! Commencement.
Christian F. Stemler died at the The commencement exercises of
homo of his brother, Lewis H. Stem- tho Long Branch high school were
ler of Matawan, last Thursday, He held last Wednesday night. The
wan 48 years old and hnd suffered graduating class numbered 39. The
from locomotor ntaxia several years. address to the graduates was made by
John W. Slocum.
should be the motto of every
Men's CHub Bnnquet.
Tho men's club of Matawan en- Motored front California.
household, In every home,
joyed n banquet at Ocean Grove last
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Donald of Los there should be simple remeWednesday night. About 100 per-Angeles, Cali_fornia?\vere nt Freehold
dies and sickroom supplies,
sons wore in attendance. After the last week. They made the trip from
dinner several speeches wero made,,
California in an automobile and were
that would furnish ' 'firstaid
as far North as Canada and as far
VUlting In Michigan. "
to the injured," and perhaps,
Mrs. Edwin S. Lupton of Matawan South as Florida,
prevent more ^serious ailwent to her old home in Michigan last Pestmnater Want! to Quit.
week nnd attended the commence
ments,
r
Virgil D, Erwln, postmaster at
inent exercises of the high school
Nurses and physicians recSeagirt, wants to give up his job but
from which her brother graduated.
cant. Three persons took the ex- ommend the careful methods
Brick Company Get. $300.
amination for postmaster nt Seagirt
of our Prescription DepartTho jLonox brick company hun, been a month ago but none qualified.
awarded #300 for a strip of land Three College Graduate!.
ment, the purity of our
which was bought by the county for
Leroy
LefTerson
of
Miinasquan,
Drugs and the wide assort'.building tin approach to tho now drins William J. English, Jr., of Ocean
ment
of goods carried, at
bridge ovef Mntawnn creek.
Grove and Baron P. Hex of llumson
Working for Telephone Company,
graduated from Lafayette college nt
George M, Hartzell of Allontown Easton, Pennsylvania, hist week.
hu» taken a job with the Keystone
telephone company nt Philadelphia Broke L e | in Accident.
J. L, BERGEN 4 C O ,
Augustus Brower of Allenhurst!
He will hove charge of the auto truck
PROPRIETORS,
'was knocked down by a hack last
Used by the company.
Wednesday and suffered a broken leg.
18 Broad Street,
Rod Bank,
Some Big Potatoos.
Mr. Brower was soliciting orders for
;
Telephone 79-J.
Wesley Smith of MilhurRt dugice at the time 'of the accident.
Home Cobbler potatoes ln«t week, six
of which weighed 2% pounds. They Doctor Wini Suit,
It pays to advertise in The Register,
^ r e planted.on April Oth snd dug Dr. George W, Potta of Asbury
Park was granted a non-suit a t Frpc- —AdverttBeinent.
•,:,, Jflie l7th.
\
-
SAFETY FIRST
SCHRU'S PHARMACY,
<:> a
O'SRIEN,
Boice'i Garage, E, Front St.
Star Garage, Mechanic St.
L. J. Tetley, Mechanic St.
A, L. Davison, Monmouth St.
Stryker & Stryker, Momnouth
St
Ed, O'Flnhcrty, Middletown
Turnpike, near Fair Grounds.
EATONTOWN.
EatontownyGarage, Mam St.
LITTLE SILVER,
Monmouth Service Co,
W. H. Carhart.
SEA BRIGHT
H. L.Zobd
HOLMDEL.
Taylor W, Hance,!
T ^ H I S sign,displayed by a garage
A- or supply station, means the
same thingto your motor that the
pure food label means to you.
i t means pure fuel—not a "blend5*
.___ OT a-'^mixture," but a straightdistilled refinery product,
• Standard Motor Gasoline is so
much better than "just gas" that
it is worth while to be particular
when you are having your tank
filled. It is homogeneous—every
drop is like every other drop, It
is uniform—every gallon is like
every other gallon whenever and
wherever you buy it.
Standard Motor Gasoline is obtainable wherever you can drive
your car. It costs no more by the
gallon—less bythe mile,
Polarine Oil ends friction and
carbon troubles. Obtainable wherever you see the "Standard Motor
Gasoline Service hStation" sign,1
Look for i t
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Newark
^
. ..
Ncw^r»«y
Pagt Uvtrir
THE RED HANK REGISTER
Jones' Drug Store
Bumstead's
Worm Syrup
A aafa MA •nr» B«m«<1r for Worni
recuperating at the homo of hisSmith college in MmwachusettaMiiHt
Mrs. Jennie C. Winsor week and is now ut hue homu in FrcuBRIEF ITEMS OF NEWS.grandmother,
of Farmingdale,
,
„., . hold.
HAROLD A.
HimaKON
«•»«
r s t UnlTsraitr
Grsdust*
Unl»er*llr of P
BtooA tJj« t M i tot 60 Tent*. IT JfEVBB to Dr, 4, D. ThrDeknioTton,
No,
H
HrMd
Slf»«t
l"AXr.». To ohlldrau It la a s kngal oi
lueroy. PT.T1AKAWT TO TAK». . MO Odlcu hour.: 8 A. U. tu b,W V, U, Evw* * *
exvept SitturdRyi,
Suffering with RhaumMitm,
Guilty of Illegal Sale.
™
Rev. rreflerick Kivelitii of Free- nonmi, vo ntno nasas. ont
Morris Popak of Asbury Park was
guilty by a jury a t Freehold hold was taken to a Trenton hospital bottle baa UUad 133 worm.. AH drtt*- "EO, McC. TAYLOR, C, E,
Two homo sheetfl and a quantity of found
aad diMan, or hj ni«Jl-fl8o m bat. 1
week of thu illegal BHIO of liquor. last week for treatment for rheuma- sri«t»
CONSULTING KNO1NEB.R,
groceries wore stolen from Wijlinm last
Eat. O. A, VOQVMMBB, WL Bn n i l a , , »«.
Detectives furnished the evidence tism,
CIVIL KNdlNBKH «nd HIIKVKYOH,
ampboH's
wagon
at
Froehold
last
p
g
Bulhlinv, Hn«tl St., Il«l Il»nk. N. 1.
Poitoffice Man's New Job.
k The
Th stolen
l gp
we«k.
wcro ffd\ind against Popak,
DICKSON,
USED CARS-BARGAINS. •r*| R . ROBERT
he next day near the place they wore Moving a Home.
h
Jiimcs W. Petfti-Kon of the Lontir
VKTEnlNAKIAN.
(stolen
from.
Pliunu 421 W, H«l Il»nl|
The cellar has boon dug and theBrunch poBtofllce has been appointed 1914 Cadillac Touring, overhauled Fair IJavfln, N, J .
SiMMMor to R, V, MULDOON
foundation laid for the house which Huperiutcndcnt of carriers of that ofand painted. Ilka now.
Wife Diitrttr Arraitad.
Mrs. Bertha Krutor of Freehold will flCL'.
QUINN,
Guaranteed.
Jackson Nock of Munnsquan, who move
from West Main street to Lu-Miniiter a Firenun,
Red tluik,
I)«vi(JBon
recently upent thirty days in the
Packard,
seven-passenger
Touring,
John
J. Quinn,
lUllly.
fayetto
place.
county Jail for doHertinfr hiH wife, WOH
Rev, WillUm A, Robinson of Ocean
with fora doors, paint*d and In
nrrtBtod again Iffst week on u Himilnr
Himilnr To Improve a Homo.
Grove IH a now member of E. II. good order. Great bargain.
p M. CONK
harge. Ho gave bonds to appear at E, Clarence Conover of Adolphia Stokes (ire company of that place.
"
AUCTION 1'ER,
Franklin
Touring
Car,
good
order,
i hearing.
is planning to improve his house, Death of an Infant.
Prompt, nttrntinn ta nil »»!••« of furra
$200,
nrchaiiili.M'nnd
iHirniinii!
property.
which is occupied by William Brown.
Caught Fiih in Unutua] Way.
Erdyno M,, the eijjht-months-old Maxwell Runabout, good order, I*. 0 . Addvciin. 102 liurilim Blreut, HciI Hank.
Ho
will
have
u
two-room
addition
C, Harry Clayton of Freehold
daughter of Edward Chirk of Sua- with top, $175,
US, CARLE & CAHLE,
caught a good sized basa at Froehold built to it.
bright, died last Thursday,
OSTKOI'ATIIIC PHYSICIANS,
Cadillac with Limousine and Tour- Room 7, Eisner
last week in an unusual way. His
Clothing Store Robbed,
IlulldlnB. lirnad St., Bed B&ak
ino formed a loop about the flgh'R Clarence Blakeney's clothing store
ing Bodies, fine order, Great
Telephone IWI,
host! and the hook was caught in back at Freehold was robbed of goods
Clrisdijntea of American School pf
bargain.
oftheglU.
\irkiiviilrMo.
worth $80 last Friday night. EnRainier Touring Car, good order' Oliici) Hmirri : 8:M A. M. to 3:00 P, M.
trance was guinod by breaking open
Auto* in Colluion.
Cheap.
T\H\ ii. F. KING,
The automobiles of H, M, Lutes of a window,
A u t o c a r T o u r i n g Car. Great LJ
VETERINARY 8URGB0BI AND
Ocean Grove and J, C, James of Brad- Milhurit Men Tried.
DENTIST.
Results Tell tho Tale,
bargain,
StlREWSnUllY,
NF,W JERSEf,
ey Beach collided lost Wednesday.
Ovrrntomy, pcrfurmed on bitches with
Samntl
and
Ellis
Slater
of
Milhurst
James's ear had a wheel torn off but
iJ.
W,
Mount
Co.,
Can you doubt the evidence of this
Alan dluri (rented with Hcrum for Dipter/ipar'and
the other machine was only slightly were tried at Freehold last week on a Red Bank citizen?
RED BANK, N. „!.
charge of assaulting Morris Marsan,
damaged.
Tclrtilionc 21W. Ktttiintown, N, J .
Samuel was convicted but Ellis was You cun verify Red Bank endorseNow Singer for Church,
acquitted.
|SH. L. H. STRYKER,
ment.
•J J *~>
VETERINARY SURGEON,
Vito Petrone of Long Branch, who Working in Connecticut,
Corner First Avenue and Centre Avenue
Road
this:
^ i OiTlcc Pubilr KMvieii IJuililinB. TelephoM 14a,
juat graduated from the Dayton
Mr.
and
Mrs,
Frank
VanBrunt
of
Rtaidence
Bl
Shrewsbury Avoniie. Telopbun* 1>-Ii
conservatory of music, has been en- Farmingdale went to New London,
Atlantic Highlands
S I WILL PURCHASE Q b b l s
UKD HANK. N. J.
gaged to sing a t the First Baptist Conn,, last week, where Mr. Van- MI-H. 11,-M-i-li-t J , AtitmiiilfM, l!i Hin,]!-!!
H t r u u t , K e d l l i i n k , M I V B : " F u r MVIT t w o
OF SPLIT KINDLING WOOD
church ut Long Brunch during the
AREND,
Brunt has a job in a hotel for theyi'iU'H 1 KlM'tel'i'd I'cuill jmltlH MlTliHM t h e
summer.
Hiiiitll (if m y liiirli,
They hernine s n
ARdniTECT,_
summer.
Oak
and
Hickory
Grata
Waod
s e v e r e a t liiiioH MM t u n m W e ' i t iilmoHt 1m*J ! 105 W.
toth K trout.
Now Aanury
York City.
Big Strawberries.
Kinrnorith
IJqiminst,
I H « . >I. »,
JiOPHiItlo f'tr m*1 t o n o n i y h m i H e w o r k , 1
Sawed to Order
IIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIII
Residence., Lifoad Slreet. Red Bank, H. I .
New
Bungalows.
h u d dlzny HJHIIM iinil hi-iiiliiehi'H anil n i y
J. L, Pittenger of Freehold has
Spccinlistin cuutitrf work,
TELEPHONE 111
Lawrence Maurer and E, M, An-Hltfllt Wilfi il(Teet(>d, I t o f t e n neOHled TIM
ESTABLISHED i t M
big strawberries of the Success
Tuluphone Connectiont.
H. Q, ROSEVBLT
UHII m y e y e s were. 1111 • • • 1 w i t h p u r " He
H picked
i k done last
l
k derson are having bungalows built at
variety, "
week
1-n of Hiinil. NitthiiiiT Hetmied t o Vume.
8O W, Front St.
TOHN
S.
APPLEGATE & SON,
•Rhode Island Point near Belmar. T. t m e uinl 1 I m d iilmii.Mt d e e i d i d t h a t t h ' j
which measured eight inches in cirPhone 32B
COUNSELLORS A l LAW,
R E D B A N K •} d
wriH chronic when 1 fortiinnt« i ly
cumference and three inches in di-J, and C, R. Steiner have the con- wlilo
DavSdann BuildiriR,
Bro»4BU»*,
irned of DOUII'H Kidney I'll!M. (II
tracts.
ameter.
RBD BAN«, N.
hox from i ' . A, Mint on Hz CO.'M ALL WOOD DELIVERED
,j
tore, I bi!K»!i UHIIIU t h e m mid tin.r c
New Clerk in CoHeetor'a Office.
Child Fill, in Lake,
T7REDERICK W, HOPE,
UHH wore very BattHfiu-tory, , T h e IHIIIIN
Real Estate and Insurance
Fred
A.
Brewer
has
been
engaged
ii
my liutik left a n d nil t h o other HYIIIIIJ.
COUNSELLOR AT LAW. t
Virginia Kearney of Enplishtown
oms
of
tho
trouble,
wore
removed."
OfflecB corner Broad and Front SUtall.
fell into the lake at that place last OS clerk in the county collector's ofRED BANK, N. J .
1 BS44 BROAD STREET
RED BANK, N. J, fSaturday week while waiting to gofice at Freehold to succeed Edmund
DMUND WILSON,
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
boat riding with some other children. S. Rue, who held the job several
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
She was pulled out by two of her com- years.
simply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Fire, life, Accident, Tornado and
RED BANK, 1
REAL
ESTATE
panions,
Dean's
Kidney
Pills—the
same
that
Offlces
:
10
EAST
FRONT 5TM«.
A Coming Wedding.
Plate GUM Insurance
Mrs. Antonides had. Foster-Milburn
The engagement of Miss Juanlta o., Props., Buffalo, N, Y.
A LSi'ON BEEKMAN,
Runnwayi Break Street Lamp,
INSURANCE
Oshorn,
of William A, OsJ\
COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
«
M
A team of hones belonging to Jo-born, todaughter
OiTicea 10 Bread itreet. RED BANK. N . J .
Andrew J, Brown, both of
Mid
LOANS
seph Test of Freehold ran away last
week while Mr. Test was plowing. Spring Lake, was announced last
T^li. HERBERT E. WILLIAMS*
The horses struck a street lamp and week,
LJ
SURGEON DENTIST. _
TRUE* BUILDING
Graduate University of F e n n a l
I
smashed it. Both horses were badly Re-EIected Baiebal! Captain,
Office
Days
in
Red
Bank: Mondayi.
injured.
BROAD STREET
Contractors and BuUdcrf,
andd SBtortBFB,
StortBFB
George F . Johnston of Long
120
Broad
Street,
R«l Bank. N. J .
Branch has been re-elected captain of
Died Sitting in Chair.
RED BANK, N. J.
the
Brown
university
baseball
team,
BUILDING M A T E R I A L S .
R. W. M. THOMPSON,
Mrs. Jane E. Hance of Freehold
Monmonth Oomnty Orpliane Court,
DENTAL SURGEON.
died of heart disease while sitting in Johnston plays short stop on the
May Term, A, D,, 1915,
H. I I
Oppoilte Railrotd SUtton,
2d
Nafl
Bank Ballding.
B l
team,
a chair Friday mornjng. Mrs. Hance
In thn mutter Of the oatattj of Ctirollne
Houra B-B.
Red
Bank
N.
J.
13,
Searnan,
deceaaed,
.
Order
tQ
show
had
been
sick
but"
was
recovering.
Belmar Man Wedi,
Woik SOM by the day m eonttmit.
cause.
FRANK L. MANNING.
She is survived by a son and a Hollis 0 . Barker of Belmar and
No job tawtonrti none too null.
Daniel H, Applegate, aamlnistrator of
brother.
jabbing MtaidadtoM abort nottoa.
Caroline
K.
Seaman,
deceancd..
liavlng
Miss Violet M. Zuber of Daytona,
EatlmatM furnished on all kind* of
exhlbitfcl to thiH Court, under oath, u Broad street, oppoBite Ford ft Miller'*
Florida, 'were married at Belmar Monwork.
He Likes Clamt.
j H t and true account of tin- personal
iBtkfaetisn gaumntMA.
day
of
last
week
by
Rev.
F,
H,
Sherestate and dobts of sakl (loctfiltiiit, wheroRichard Aliberti, a Long Branch
,K.
WILLIAM ROSE,
1
by It appenrs that the perKonul estate
] Ofiee, WS-M
DENTIST.:
bootblack, is very fond of clams. mer.
of said deceased Is Insunieiont to pay
Suceesaor to Dr. R. F, Borfra,
Last week he offered a dealer fifteen
her debts, and requesting the aid of tlio
Return!
from
Hospital.
Oaa adminiatcred.
_
cents for all the hard clams he could
Court In the premises, It is tlierefore
ordered that all persons Interested in 0 BROAD STREET,
RED BANE. If. J .
eat. Aliberti got away with 105 big Thomas Allen of Belmar, who has
the
lands,
tenements
and
hereditaments
We have the electric fan you want
clams,
.-——•-.--.— . -.._,^._._ been at the Long-Branch hospital for
H,_FQSTER11
real estate^of the*sald dti-rasm], apstveral '^eeks undergoing treatment —quiet, strongly made and eco-and
R E A L ESTATE,
pear before the Court, at the Court
Engine Help* Rug Mill.
House,
in
Freehold,
on
Thursday,
the
for rheumatism, has returned home. nomical in current consumption and
AND L U A J N B .
twenty-second day of July, A, p . , nine- EATOMTOWM,
"
A Central railroad engine was used New School Teacher,
1S63.
teen hundred and fifteen, at 10:00 a, rn,,
we
have
them
in
all
sizes.
last week to furnish power for runto Nhow cause wliy so much of the suild r uu. D. COOPER,
Other fans for mercantile estab- lands, tenementsr lierealtaments and real
ning the Freehold rug mill. The use Miss MiMred Morton will teach in
of the said deceased should not
of thjB engine was made necessary by the Matawan school next fall in place lishments, restaurants, hotels, lob- eHtate
" " •" CIVIL EN GIN FEB.
be sold as will be sufficient to pay herJ T
one of the mill's boilers breaking of Miss Miriam Weed, who has ac-bies, theaters, reception halls, etc.
debts, or the residue thereof, as the ease 'ostofflea Building,
RED BANK. M. « .
cepted
a
position
on
Long
Island.
1
the Court,
down.
EOKGE K. ALLEN, JR.,
We both sell the fan and if neces- may require. By
JOSEPH
L,
DONAHAY,
I
CIVIL
ENGINEER
AND
SURVEYOB.
Pennant Awarded in Garden Contest, Mrt. Mary Emmoni Dead.
ary, install it,'
Surrogate,
Room 7, Patttraon BuildlnB, Bro«d IHWrt
Mrs, Mary Emmons of EngliBhtown
RED BAMI. N. J ,
The pennant which was offered by
Dated May 13th, A, D,, 1915.
the ! garden association a t Long died Sunday of last week at the age
Notice
of
Battlement
of
Account.
JACOB C, SHUTTS.
Branch for t h e public school making of 62 yeOT. She was survived by two
Estate of William A, White, deceased.
Notice is hereby given Hint the so- Special attentlgn Btventom\m tt * • » _
the best showing in gardening, was sisters and one brother,
OCEANIC,
counta of the subscribers, administra- !im Implements and other pefsoiuJ pfBpejtF;
awarded to the Branchport school last deception to New Paitor.
B o r o u g h of R u n m o n , N j .
trices of the estate of said deceased, will
P, O.'Address, 191 Broad ittsrt, Bad
weelt.
Telephone
317
J
,
Runuon
j be audited and stated by the surrogate Telephone 264
A reception was given at Matawan
and
reported
for
settlement
to-the
oruesdcy of last week to Rev, Luther
Ford Runi Away,
K, A, P. VOSS,
phans court of the county of Monmouth,
on Thursday, the eighth day of July, A,
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAM,
Eugene Coddington of Asbury j. Holmes, the new pastor of the
D,-,
IMP,,
In the Eisner Building, Room IS.
ark left his Ford automobile a t the ilatawan Baptist church.
Dated May 26th, A. P., 191.".
Olvet you a -eomplete trninh^ by aotoal pmctlce.
Red Bank, N . J
tation last Wednesday and the ma-Uiei Auto ai Track,
ELIZA W. MIIJ.RR.
Vod f « the knack ^ "HOf" tagethCT with the
Telephona 184,^
MARTHA AS HIT 11
:hine ran away. I t was stopped by Gilbert'VanHise of Imlaystown has theory of "WHY" and the best buslnas tnetlwde
used In the World of Eh<ctrical Artirtty,
ack Fey after running a block,
it. vVM. J, WOLFERT,
onverted his touring car into an The
N. Y. Eleetrioal School ta the phme« and TWEW YORK AND LONG BRANCH
OSTEOPATH.
utomobile truck and uses it, in cart- premier school al the "Leam by Dolnj" method. Vi
Doctor* a t Allaire.
RAILROAD.
94 Broad street. Red Bsnk, N, 3.
Grhdunto of Philadelphia college of Oit
Time Table In effect May 27th, 1815.
When you havo oofnptoted this Ohofae jaa shall
Members of the Monmouth county ng produce to Trenton,
Philadelphia
college of Anatomy. And port
b% fully qualified to handle ALL hraiwhea of
TRAINS LEAVB RED BANK
medical association held their June Boy Held for Theft.
of American school of OiUqpathy a t
For New York: B 86,141, ? 03. 7 f 8, 7 23, 7 40, 7 66. ate
Electrical
induitry.
meeting a t Asbury Park last week,
810. S2J, S44, 917. »8S (Mondiiyaonly). 9 42, vilie. Mo., under the founder of the irfma
an Asbury Park The equltiment of thti Behool is wneqtmled *nd
overal goed speeches were made solored boy, has been h
10 l a 11 25 a. m,-12 02,1 46. 2 4B, 4 19, 4 30,4 5fi,
up-to-tho-mimite, Ko preparation needed to be>
l
d
f
th
held
for
the
6 00, 7 m, 7 43, 8 15 (Saturdari only), 9 25, 0 B7,
after dinner had been served.
come a "leamPT" in this school, Yoo esn Btort
p. m. Sundw*; 181, 9 37,11 44 s. m.; 1 20,4 45,
uvenile court on a charge of stealing to
leam on any day of any w«k throofheui tho
6 47, 8 03, 7 18. S W, 188,9 00, 9 57 p. m.
HO from another boy,
o Buy a Tractor.
Dr. H, B.VanDorn
whole j-car,
rEliMbitlj andNewBik: 5 BS,641.7 03,7 40, 7 64.
Steamer company No, 2 . o f theHpme from College.
Vlaltora heftrtitj- w-ek-omed.r --Wrlte-tor free booij
7 B8. S ifrCNewwfctmry), S 44 {Newark only),
DENTIST
9 17. 9 42, 11 25 a. m.' 12 02, 1 46, 2 48,4 80,4 50,
'reehold fire department will buy a Miss Lpita Reid of Englishtown of electriciil informatiim,
Second National Bank Bnildln«
6 00, 7 28, 7 43, 8 15 (Saturday only), 0 25, 9 R7
tractor for hauling their engine, A who
Address
43
and
49
West
17th
SL,
New
York
City.
p . m. Sundoyi; S 61. 8 87,11 44 a, m.:-l 20, 4 45,
attends college at Ashville, N. C.
Rooms 8 and 9
carnival will be held next month to arrived
6 47. 8 M, 7 10, S 09, 8 88, 9 00,1157 p . m .
home last week for the sum
raise money for the tractor.
For Matewmn and Perth Amboy: 5 5B, 8 41, 7 03
mer vacation,
7 08, 7 23 (Matawgn only), 7 56, 9 17, 0 42. 11 26.
Held for Carrying Weapon*.
a.m.: 12 02,1 48,2 48, 4 30, B00 (Mfttawan only).
Carpet*
Cleaned
Surely
Sanitary
Buying Potato**.
7 28 (Matawan only) ,7 43, i 15 (Saturday only>,
Frank Santanello, Theodore Vona
By virtue of a wilt offl,fa., to m»
(Matawanonly) 926,967 (Matswan only), p. m.
Ford and "Edward Dilntush
'd. isHiipil out of the Court of OTianOur
Sanitary
Process
Now is the time to have those bunted seams in your tin and Joseph Dino were arrested a t IfiWell
Sand»yfi:
168,
f
87,
a.
m.-,
1
20,
4
45
(Matawnn
icry <if Ihu stntf of.Nrw Jersey, will ba
Allentown are in the South buying
only),608 OSatewin only),710 Mstawftn only)
Asbury
Park
last
week
charged
with
«eil
to Halo at public vcnrtiie, Ott
roof and gutters repaired. The sanitary condition of your plumbing carrying concealed weapons. They potatoes for Edward Dilatush & Co. briDBi out the Newneu of the Carpel and
9 00 p, ra,
SIUV, TI111 THIH'PEENTIl DAY
gives it a new leate of life tit a Small Colt
Allentown,
F
w
Long
Branch,
ABbnry
Park,
Ocean
G
r
a
m
OK ,11'bV. 1!»1B. tiftwfliii tin' hours of
work means a great deal to the general health of yourjfamily. Why were held for the grand jury,
Point Pleasant and intermodUite Btatloni-, 1 22, 12-on n'cini-k anil B:fHJ o'clot-k (at 1.30
Yo« Can Crtainly Do BrtUr H««
Sailor on * Furlough.
(Mondayi exeeptod) 6 00, 0 02, 9 40,10 27 a, m. o'flock), in t!i(' iiftfrnofin of MM day,
not have it looked over and put in condition while it can be done at Bradley Beach Woman Dead,
12 22, 12 SB. 1 38 (SatnrdaFB only). 1 43 (Satur. at the Ginbn hotel, litul Bunk, In the
Joseph Green, Jr., a sailor on th if you Ut us m«l(c tho«<! Awning, for the
days only), 1 57, % 24 (Sitnrdays only), 2 41 borough of ru-d Bank, county of JVlona nominal coat.
Mrs, Hannah B« Pierce, wife of El- battleship
(Saturdays only, 8 01, 3 48, 4 32, 4 80. 6 19, 8 81 mnuth. New Jerst-j-.
Residence
Nebraska, has been enjoy
- -, m
lis Pierce of Bradley Beach, died Sun- ing a furlough
(Satunjaya exeepted), B 60, 6 22, 6 3S.7 S7.10 41
MX ttirit certain tract or parcel of land
with Jils parents a
I would be glad to give you estimate on any new work at day of last-week. Besides her husD, ra. Sundays: 122, 445. 9 58, 10 37, 10 5' nuil jHu-mlMes, lierolnufter partltularly,
Our experts could not do poor work
a. m.: 12 22, 2 66, i40, 652,10 18 p. m.
(icserltied, situate, Ijinff anil being l a
aame time,
band ahe leaves her father, two sis-Farmingdale, •
U t h e r tried
For Freehold via Matawan aiid C. R. B, of N . J, tho
township of f3hrewabur>', In t h e
ters and four brothers.
Boy Scouts Active.
7 66,9 17, a. m.112 02, 1,46, 4 80,8 00 p. M. Sun ciiuntj' of Monmouth niul state of 2SPW
Reiidence Awnings Made Right
days: 9 37 a. tn.i 4 45, 9 00 D. m.
HOWARDFTIBY
The
Boy
Scout
troop
at
Freehold
1
:
J.
rwey,
a t or near Little Silver, beglnAthletic Contest for Boys.
LEAVE NEW YORK FOR R I D BANE.
nliiK at a point In tho WPstCi'ly ^ l.I*_- or
Pennant*, Curtaini, Etc.
redited
with
being
the
most
activ
Monmouth Street.
Phone 234-J.
Red Bank, N, J, An athletic contest for boys was troop of any town in the state the siz
C. B. R. of N. J.. foot of Liberty street, 4 00, i IB, Rtvpr Vlow iivermc, win-re the wnm l#
10 00. 11 M a. m.; 12 SB (SaturdayR only), 1 (X liiti'i'^fPtoil liy the iiorthcjily line of lnnili*
held on the Farmingdale school of Freehold.
(Saturdaya only), 1 20 (BaturdayH only), 1 SO, (if i ' W Iforil; liienctfcd) nlonK tlia
grounds last Friday week. Prizes
! I Red Bank Awning and
8 80, 8 40. 4 45, 6 00, 5 SO, 5 88,6 30. 9 00 P. m,: northerly HUP of latulw of said <\ W.
were won by Chester and Willard Allentown Farm
12 01 (midnight), inndsys; 8 80, 8 45.9 16,10 00, Iforil Houth sixty (leprous forty-fHo mlnCarpet Cleaning Works,
utiJ wiHt, two iuinrtri'-iJ find flftei n feet
Smith and Leon White,
11 00 m. m,; 2 80. 4 00, 9 00 p , m,
Thomas A. Sm%h of Freehold ha
O. R. R. of N J., foot of Weat ffld street, 8 05, B"80 thri-i' liH-lii-M to a Htuko; tlniico (2) northi
Melvln M. Ore*, Prop,,
bought the Emerson Yard farm
Reception for New Deputy.
1120 a, m.112 20 (Saturday» only) 12 50 (Satur iwi'iity-iiiiio ilfgri'.-H tlilrtv-ilvf niliiutp;
feet
64
WHITE
STREET,
days only), 110 (Saturdayi only), 120, a 20 wust, one hundred and fifty-two
Allentown.
He
will
take
possessioi
William A, Kelly, the new district next spring.
8 SO, 4 80. 4 BO, 5 » , 6 20,1 50,11 50 p. m. Ban flirht InClli'S tu till" HOllthirly Bide of a
Telephone 32-M.
deputy of the fourteenth Masonic dis^ay»: SS6, 90S, 8 80, 10 53 a. m.; 2 20, 8 B0 IHiiiiif fund; tlu-iice (3) north 8lNt\-ona
(liKi'i-OH twoiity-two minuter oust nlonB
B 50 p . m .
trict, was given a reception by mem- Laid up with Appendieitii,
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tlig Mcuitlicrly 'hide of Hiild puhlii. roail,
Penn.R. R. 7th Avaand 38d Street, N. ¥,,904,111
bers of Abacus lodge of Long Branch
Maltliy Conover of Freehold was
a. m : 12 34, 1 24 (SaturfayB nnly), 2 30, 3 42 rsvii h u i i d n d ' iinil llfti-eu f.-t-t thifi' a n d
last Wednesday night,
4 20 (Saturdays cjteopted), 5 12 p, m, Sun niit'-huli' inolit'M to tin- westerly .^lUe o t
aid up Inst week with appendicitis,
ILisir N'ii'W avi-oiii! iiforftsiiid; t h e m e ( 4 )
days: 8 80, 9 SO, U 12 »,ra.:1 80, B 12 p. m.
"t is thought an operation will be
Monmouth Battle Celebration,
aloUK t h o Wi'-.-l-rly Hldn of nlvtn VlevgFenna,
R,
R.,
Hndssn
TonninBl
(H.
A
M,
R.
R.
miutli twuiity-nlne duerecs t h i r t y Now on Ml* »t th» following
THE WENCK
1
Chureh and Cortlandt Streeta. 3 33, 9 00, 111( iivMiuu
The battle of Monmouth will be unnecessary.
iiilnutcs i-iiHt, (inn hundred ami fifty
«.ra., 12 27 (Satordayt only), 12 SO, 1 27 (Hotur ilvi
jommemorated at Freehold on Sun-Laid up with Sore Hand.
feet
t
e
n
a n d otio-iinlf lnt'hi^ to th«- p " l n t
days only), 2 3-,8 42,4 22 (Saturdayi execpted),
riliu'i' of in-ulnnliiK, containing 75-10(1
day, June 27th, under the direction of
4 6B (SnturdayseiMptod),612p. m,- Sundayt IIC
Leon Nelson of Allentown has been
iif
a
n
fieri'
Htili't ineuMurc.
Monmouth chapter, Sons of the
8 82, 9 30, 1110 a. m.: 1 SO, 5 17 p. m.
aid up with a sore hand caused by
Helped an t h e property of 1'iopcrty
For forthw portlculBrs see time-tableB
Hardwood
floors
laid
and
American Bevoluflon,
Ki-i'iirlty I'nnijiiuiy, a I'lirporutlmi. f t «1,
catching it in the lover of a riding
Btatloni,
finished, plain or ornamental.
taken fn exKiMitlon a t tin; Hiilt of M a r cultivator.
L.
W.
BERRY,
Superlntendont,
N,
Y.
and
L«
B,
Joined Municipal League,
Kuivt <". VerkiiiH a n a Lnvinla C. P a r k o r ,
exin
_ Have IB yeara'
.
.
(Conlinmi from last pagt,)
Good* Rtranrid.
s
Sells Everything a First Class Drug Store Should
Your Prescription, here
receives the attention
your doctor expects.
D
A RED BANK WOMAN'S
EXPERIENCE
Huyler's Candies
Norton's teeCream
Delicious Soda
WOOD WOOD WOOD
I
I '""
ALEXANDER D. COOPER
wrooppiNG E
i
YOU.
GET WISE
ADLEM & CO,
DRY GOODS.
I
D
N B W
F.P.Reid Electric Service
New Vork Erectrlcal Sdiool
D
32 BROAD STREET,
RED BANK, N. J.
NOTICE!
YOUR FAVORITE BRAND
LEMBECK & BETZ
Beer, Ale & Porter
BENJAMIN H. CRATE
212 West Front Street
Red Bank, N. J.
If youi* dealer cannot supply you, notify us and we
will see that you we supplied.
Save our caps, they «rt valumbte. Send for our Premium Catalogue
LEMBECK & BETZ
EAGLE BREWING CO., JCftSEY CITY, N. J.
I
HARDWOOD FLOORS.^
R. R.
iind tu !)(' Hidd by
The board of commissioners of Get College Degree!,
perience in the floor business.
CHAS.O, MoFADDIN, Gen. Pass. Agent, N . Y
COllNKLintJ 11, IIAIIKAI-OW,
and L. B, R. R.
Long Branch have voted to place
I
make
it
a
specialty.,
My
maClaude A, L. Lyon and V. FrancisSheriff.
D. N, BELL. Gen. P a n . Agent, Penn. R. R,
Long Branch in the municipal league co Voldes of Asbury Park graduated
terial is from selected kiln
WILHOX A SMiH'K, Horrn.
W. 0. HOPE, Gen'l PagBentfei Aeunt Contra
of New Jersey, which was organized from the University of Pennsylvania
liatiid Jtrno i», IBlfl,
LI1S B0.1
R. R. of N . J .
dried stock and the workmanat Trenton last week.
last week.
ship speaks for itself. Ask
those that have them.
Elk. to Hold a Carnival.
MERCHANTS STEAMBOAT CO. OF NiW JERSEY.
Farm Manager Quiti,
Old Floors ftaflnishad.
The Long Braniil lodge of Elks
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JUNE STth, 1915.
William D. Smith has quit his job
All kinds of flooring and floor
Subject to ehantro without notlco.
will hold a.carnival on the lawn of the as manager of Joseph L, Donnhay's
finish
for
sale,
Elks' homo in August. A committee farm at Adelphia and will move to
Steamers SEA BIRD und AtBERTINA
has been appointed to make arrange- Freehold.
Between ficr S4, fuot of Frnnklin Street. New York (Landinpt at tho Battery to tako on in<] let oC
ments for the affair.
nly), and Hiehlanili, Hlffhlanil Bench, Oconnic, Locii»t romi, Fair Haven and H«d Bank.
Matawan People Move,
Pranklln. New York, 423 Fled Bank, N . J. Hielibnd* Teiephorio, 1ZM.
Graduates from Princeton,
SO EAST FRONT STRICT, €
Mr, and Mrs. Harry Walling have
FOR NEW YORK.
FOR RED BANK. .
RED BANK, N. J,
Longdon E, Morris, son of Benja- moved from Matawan to Elizabeth in
oxeept Sunday. A, M. P. M,
Daily except Sunday, A, U. P . U .
min P. Morris of Long Branch, grad- order that Mr. Walling wjll bo nearer
•TELEPHONE 488.
Leave Pier 24, foot of FrinkHn
uated from Princeton college last his work,
Leave
tied
Bank
%W
'
2,30
Str««t
.,,.,..,,,.,
, H.30
•• Fulr Hiiven,,,
T.«
week. He received the degree of
2,r>5
Leave Bftttury
e,
...H.5D
"
iHt
Point,,.,,,
?.»
PuU
Up
New
Fence,
bachelor of letters,
4,10
Arrlyo
Hishlsiida about,,,
..10.M
11
Oceanic
R.1B
Oceanic
" ,,,
..11.10
Edward
Patterson
of
Adelphia
has
...100
Hihl
Adeipltia Ma* Dead.
C20
"
Locust Point " , , , , , , ,
..11.20
put up *a new fence around his propRM Arrive Buttery LanillnB about
"
Fair Haven
"
..11.30
B
.M
Wilson Hendrickson of Adelphia erty. Ho will have his house newly
W.W 1
R,DQ Arrlva Franklin Street «bont,.
"
Rod Bunk
" ,,
.,11.45
i
F k l i Htrt « b o n t W M
died last Thursday after a sickness of enclosed.
SUNDAYS,
A.M.
P.M. P.
A,
M,
A
.
M,
SUNDAYS.
Contractor and Builder, Leave PUir 24, foot of Franklin
months. Mr, Hondriekson wa
Leavened Hunk,
M » J,W *
S.SO
n.ln
S
t
r
e
e
t
,
,
,
,
,
,
.
_
.
,
,
,
.
,
.
,
Freehold
Man
Sell*
Property.
11
00 years old, A widow and nine chilRED SANE, N, J.
FnlrHuvon
8.16 }
B,r>fi
0.35
avo Hsttory L a n d i n g , ,
dren survive him,
David Fitzgerald of Freehold has
,,,,10,3S 1MB
Arrlvo Hiahlanda Bbout
';4]« i
Hlifhlnnila,.; '
"
Oceanic
" ,
, ....11.10 11.SO
sold a tract of eight acres near Colt's
CoBitabls Didn't File Bond,
,,,,ll.Z0 12.0()M.
" Locust Point"
rLnndlnK nbout.
Neck to Charles Haseman of Wicka11.00
18.10
"
Fair
Haven
"
OFFICE
IN
EISNER
BUILDING,
John Bottorf, who was elected
tunk.
" Red Bank
" ,,,,
,,,,U,4D 12.25
Room 3.
constable in Neptune township last
Excursion ticket, 00 centB, SlnglO F * » , 40 certtfl.
LoBf
Branch'*
fall, failed ,to file n bond with th
350-J.
r for uptown
uptown a«i to
NOTICB-At Bsttory Landinsf, Bllajaratad trains fo» uptown! «ubw|urfor
t RNdUMI'
township committee lait week.
Tho Long Branch commlggioners
md Burfuco c a n arid fenles to Stiten latand «m] Uroohtrn, ««n B« mMhiid In two niiratM,
have decided on a budget of |248,TROLLEY CONNECTIONS.
D M at Hospital,
'
B24.08 forttecoining yenr.
lokblng off All Kind*,
AT HIGHLANDS vl« J . C. T. Co., for Stons Church. Navotdnlc, Atknll"
Koannbunr. Keyport, Mlildletown and Ited Rank.
,
Christopher Slonne of Atlanti
AT KKD BANK via M. C. E. Co.. for 8hrow«bury. KntonUiwn. tanlt Branwh Md M W f I
l i l l m a t t s Ch««rfully Fumlihtd.
Highlands died at the Long Branch t o Build Garmge.
. T. Co.. tot F>tr Vl»w, atlddlotawti, N«w Uaniuaath, ll«U«r4.
AT KED BANK via J . C.
hospital last Wednesday."' He was 75 William F. Madge of Adelphia is
and Koyport.
. WiTRtMicIiii
I Btt«nHon i l n n to tho a*r* <tt Wo™« «n^ Carrluwo.
years -old and was unmarried.
BRwIng timber with which to build a
rt at
t one* for R*d B«*k OtAf,
Boat
nrrlvinKtatBatt*ry on Sunday ntfiK P. M. willl r<rturn
The
Red
Bunk
KegiHtci'
offers
no
garlge for his car.
l(oot leavlny Battery ml 2.56 P. M. wuok Jny» oonnvoU at HlthknfU wltfc b « « t n " H f ^ i ^ »
premium^. It makes a good newapaper at $lJ>0 per year.—Advertise- "EXTRA TK'i'-Coiqinenctjif July Mhand cathSundny Until I*hQr IMr,J«M»*'*B ""***'
Percy Couae of Asbury Park, wh Freehold Girl m Collai* Graduate.
I 6,00
.'
*>,
t*ry Landing, lit
I I', M. for Hl(fhl«nd«i only. Le«v*Hl«hl«nd» at «:M K
has bocn sick with .typhoid tmr, is Mitt Lea Smith graduated from ment.
H. B. WENCK, S
Geo, W. Sewiiig,
jiignianiiis,,,
,
,,,....»w
light
THE R I D BANK REGISTER.
MARLBORO NEWS.
Comm*nc«mint Exercises of Public
School to Be Hold Tonight.
The King's Daughters of the Reformod church will hold their regular
business meeting and social on Friday
evening. It is expected thnt Miss
Curry of the Children's day nursery
of New Yoik will speak,
for the "rainy day" that may come to you at any
Hoihoit Mori is «>f Jersey City recently vimtod 1 h
n
parents,'
Mr,
and
as it has come to others? What you save will draw
Mrs. John Mori !1*
Mr nnd Mrs. KlHs Thompson of
substantial interest if the money is deposited in the
East Orannf recently visited Mr.
strong
Thompson's pnn»rits, Mr. and Mrs.
Chailcs Thompson.
Mr nnd Mis. William 0. Conover
of Enghshtown Msitod Sidney Reid
and daughter Cuiup on Sunday,
Rajrniind Comner spent Saturday
nipht and Sunday with relatives at
Long Blanch.
Broad and Wallace Sts., Red Bank, N. J.
Mr. nnd Mrs. George VanAkin of
Long Island recently visited Mr. nnd
Mrs. S. B. Wells. • ".,
Banking, Special Interest, Trust, Investment and Safe
Arthur Borden niid family have
Deposit Departments
moved into the Kelly house.
Mrs. Theodore Sickles of Matawan
visited Mrs, H! G, Mngeo one day
recently.
The public school eofjrmeneement
will be held in the Reformed chapel
tonight, The grammar grade graduates'are Inez E. Bohannnn, Edwin H.
Conover, Dorothy E. Ely, Mildred B.
Mcllvnine, Robert 0. Walker and T.
Chester Willett.
Mrs, John Baird has returned homo
after spending some time with her
son, Robert of Elmburst. L. I.
Sealed proposals for the furnishing
A, M. Baird, who hus been ill, is
of
coal needed for the Court House
somewhat improved.
J', Well, sometimes it's a good
Daniel Coon and family of Holmand Jail for the year 1915, will be rething. But not so easy or ',
del visited Horatio Whaley and
ceived by the Board of Chosen Freefamily on Sunday,
cool work, eh?
Mr. nnd Mrs, Thomas Fields visited
holders of the county of Monmouth,
We do it every day because ; ut their rooms, Court House, Freetheir son Walter at Colt's Neck Sunday.
it's our business, and while
The Baptist Sunday-school will hold
hold, on Monday, July 12th, 1015, at
Children's day exercises next Sunday I we dont know it all, we do the hour of eleven o'clock in the forenight,
" | know a good sized part of it,
The prayer meeting at the Baptist |
noon of said day and then and there
enough to insure you that
church tomorrow night will be in
publicly
opened and read,
charge of Charles Layton.
j your clothes will get good
Leroy Ourley is spending a week j
treatment,lots of clean water
with hisjsistor, Mrs. Edwin Strickland
A certified check, drawn to the orof Enjrffshtqwn.
and soap, will be handled by
dor
of the Collector of the county,of
Mrs, D. H. Gordon nnd daughter
experienced people and with
Rilla have returned to their home at
Monmouth, in the sum of one hunPhiladelphia after spending some time
the best equipment in the dred, dollars, must accompany each
here.
market today.
Mrs, Sadie Smith is visiting relabid.
tives in Connecticut.
Our
service
is
prompt
and
we
Mrs, W. E. Shepperd, Mrs. J, C,
Specifications can be obtained of
launder about all things
Heiser, John Morris, H, G. Magee and
T.
E. Jeffries, Chairman, Freehold,
S. B. Wells were recent visitors to
.washable.
New York,
N. J.
Mrs. Francis DuRie of Rahway reWhy not let us serve you.
cently visited her daughter, Mrs, F, T,
All bids must be enclosed in a
Burke.
Mrs, Catherine Williams and Floyd
sealed envelope and be endorsed ProGriffin of Oyster Bay, L. I,, spent
posals for Coal, and the name of the
some time recently with Henry Gordon,
Phone 32-J
bidder.
_
Mr. and Mrs. VanOstrand of Newark recently visited Mrs, H, P, Hayward.
The Board of Chosen Freeholders
Mrs, Edward Wilson jind three sons
reserves the right to reject any or all
of Matawan, visited George
us bought by
g Strick- |W
by R,
R, S, Hurst of Red
W
land and family on Sunday of last j Bunk and the other was bought by G. bids if deemed to the best interests
week.
" " "Rev,
" J. B, Thomas of Hollisterville, P. Farmer's coal and supply company of the county so to do,
Park.
Pa,, will preach at the morning and of Asbury
,_ —
_-»_•_]»
:.,——
. --J. M; CORLIES;
evening services in the Baptist churchSunday, July 4th.
^
LINCROFT NEWS.
Attest:
Director.
Mrs. James White of Enfflishtqwn
C. E. CLOSE, Clerk.
visited her sister, Mrs. William Du- Motorcycle Race Called Off Became
of Speed Lawt.
gan, on Sunday.
_.
A motorcycle race which was to
Mr. and Mrs. 0. C, Herbert are
spending some time with relatives at have taken place on the county road
Manasquan.
at this place on Tuesday of last week
The prayer meeting will be omitted was called off on account of a warnat the Reformed church tomorrow ing from a state inspector that the
night on account of the installation of racers would be arrested for violatRev. M. T. Conklin_as jastor of the I ing the speed law if the ^contest was. • Sealed' proposals for the furnishing
Middletown church, Miss Edith Van- j held. The Inspector said that each of all tools, labor and materials for
Kirk will lead the Christian Endeavor rider would be fined $50, The race
meeting Sunday night. Her topic will was to have been between James the re-planking of the bridge over the
be "Song and its Meaning." The Vaughn and Jamea Larkin, About North Shrewsbury river, and kno%vn
Sunday, evening preaching service will
had been put up in-bets on theas the Oceanic bridge, in the county
be omitted ao the congregation may I outcome of the contest.
the Children's day exercises in
Charles Lum has had new founda- of Monmouth, will be received by the
the Baptist church.
tions put under his outbuildings and Board of Chosen freeholders of the
county of Monmouth, at their rooms,.
has made other improvements.
m i mMrs. J. Morrison Raynpr of^reen- Court House, Freehold, N. J., on MonSHREWSBURY NEWS.
port. Long Island, is spending several day, July 12th, 1915, at the hour of
Children'i Day Exercises at c Preiby. days with her brother, John R. Coneleven o'clock in the forenoon of said
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Geore McQueen, Jr., son of George day and then and there publicly
The largest gathering that ever atopened »nd read.
tended the Presbyterian church and McQueen, has a new bicycle.
the most elaborate floral decorations | Mildred Sanborn spent Saturday
Plans and specifications can be obthat ever adorned the church were | and Sunday with her grandmother.
features of the Children's day exer- Mrs. AIVB Sanborn of Red Bank.
tained of George D. Cooper, County
Edward VanBrunt, who works as Engineer, 60 Broad street, Red
cises Sunday morning. The windows
were banked with flowers and ferns, an asparagus buneher for Dietrich
and there was a profusion of floral Seedorf, established a new record for Bank, N. J.
arches, roses, laurel and ferns on the ! eating a big meal a few days ago. He
quarfcj—A certified check, drawn to the or
p , aq
altar and in the aisle. A fine program ate a dozen buns;; three pies,
f strawberries
t b i and
d der of the Collector of the cbUnty~of
was rendered. It comprised a concert off cream, a quartt of
recitation by the members of Miss a .pound of candy, and he drank a Monmouth, in the sum of one thouRuth Silver's class, recitations by ' quart of sarsaparilla.
sand dollars, must accoupany each
Elizabeth Shoemaker, Gladys Layton | Lewis S. Thompson has ordered an
and Elizabeth Seeord and Boles by | automobile for his own use and hasbid.
Misses Bessie Morford, Dorothy Lin- j bought a two-ton automobile truck
All bids must be enclosed In a
son, Alice Beak and Clarissa Johnson. I for delivering produce raised on hissealed-envelope and be endorsed with
Samuel Obre expects to finish his farm,
Margaret Kearney and Miss the name of the bidder and the name
job at taking the census next week.
Charles M. Patterson is having new Elizabeth Ginname of Newark are of the propped work.
fences put on his farm occupied by spending two weeks mth Mrs. Joseph
H. Tomlinson. ' /
Arthur Smock.
The Board of Chosen Freeholders
The alumni association is arrang,
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of the county of Monmouth reserves
ing for a dance to be held in July,
the right to reject any or all bids if
DCEANPORT NEWS.
Mr. and Mrs. Augustus-Smith and
deemed to the best intoiofils of the
their son Kenneth of Bayonne spent
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! Day Qbiinred Sunday county so to do.
Sunday with Mrs. Smith's parents, Children
Night by Methodilt Sunday-School.
Mr. and Mrs. William I, Green,
J. M. CORLIES,
Mrs. Walter R. Morris gave a tea The largest audience that the
Director.
party to ri number of friends on Methodist church ever contained saw Attest:
the Children's day exercises Sunday
Saturday.
C. E. CLOSE, Clerk.
The Juniors of Christ church held night. The church was very attracan ice cream nnd cake sale Saturday tively decorated, and the entertainat the parish house, The sale was ment •was of unusual merit.
well attended and everything was dis- Frank Gadd of Brooklyn spent Sunday with Alvin Langwith. Mr, Lang
posed of.
A. D, Baldwin has a new Ford auto- ! with graduated with high honors from
Rutgers college last week.
mobile.
Mr. Vincent and family of BrookRev. and Mrs. Dwight L. Parsons
motored to Princeton on Thursday to lyn have moved in the Caaler house,
Sealed proposals for the repairing
see their son, Theodore, graduate formerly occupied by William Anderof
that portion of the Red Bank-Mid
from Princeton college.
son,
dletown
road, between Cooper's
William E. Morris yesterday atMr, Langstroth, Mr. Atwater and
tended a meeting of presbytery at Mr. Newman have moved to their bridgo and Headden's Corner, in the
Oceanic as a representative of the summer homes in the bungalow township of Middletown, in accord
Presbyterian church of this place. colony section,
ance with the specifications prepared
Benjamin Allen Shoemaker, son of A Long, Branch man has started
Benjamin A. Shoemaker^ and Louise running a jitney bus through this therefor by George D. Cooper,
Antonette Rathbonc, daughter of place to Little Silver and Red Bank. County Engineer, will be received by
Charles F. Rathbone. were baptised
Miss Hattie Conrow is home from the Board of Chosen Freeholders of
Sunday morning at the Presbyterian n Brooklyn school for the summer va- the County of Monmouth, at their
cSurch,
cation.
rooms, Court House, on Monday, the
Mr. and Mrs. George DeSilver,
Miss May McClinchy of New York 12th day of July, 1915, at the hour
Howard DeSilver and George H»mm spent Sunday with relati'r.es here.
Brooklyn were Sunday guests of
An evangelistic service was con-of eleven o'clock in the forenoon of
and Mrs. A, Holmes Borden.
ducted at' the Methodist church said day and then and there publicly
A special musical service will be Wednesday night by Myron E. Slater
held at the Presbyterian church Sun- of Bed Bank and a band of singers opened and read.
day morning. The organ was re-from that place, The service was
Specifications c m be obtained of
cently overhauled and improved, largely attended.
George D. Cooper, County Engineer,
Fifty new pipes have been installed.
Tie irtfte-ujBent will be used next Sun60 Broad street. Red Bank, N. J.
SCOBEYVILLE NEWS.
iay for ttte first time since it was repaired.
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A certified checkh^rawn in the Bum
William Carney Oil! for t h . First
Bishop Matthews will make his anof two hundred and fifty dollars, to
Tims
Since
He
w
u
Taken
Sick.
nual visitation to Christ church on
William Carney was outdoors the order of the^Collector of the
Sunday, July 4th.
Thursday
for the first time since ho county of Monmouth, must accomThe young people's missionary sotaken iick with typhoid fever pany each bid.
ciety of the Presbyterian church will was
weeks ago. His health is
hold Its nnrtuul bazar and sale Mbior- several
improved, but he will be un- All bids must be enclosed in
row afternoOR and night in a tent on much
to work for some time,
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the rear of A. Holmes Borden's store able
Mrs,
J. H. Vining and her two chil- sealed envelope and be endorsed with!
lot.
the
name
of
the
bidder
and
the
work
dren are visiting at Long Branch.
Mrs. Samuel Qaric spent tke weekA coating of red clay has been put bid on.
end with her daughter, Mrg, Whit- on the county road by Frank S.
more ot Barnegat.
Weeks.
The Board of Chosen Freeholders
lfr«. Cortelyou of Bay Ridge has
The pupils who made the best recb«en spending several days with her orda for attendance and punctuality reserves the right to reject any or all
d*ueht«r, Mrs. W. C. Bunn.
for the past year are Arthur Hilt- bids if deemed to the best interests
.
A Bervice for St. John the Baptist brunner, Frances Lerch, Catherine of the county so to do,
will b« held tomorrow morning at ten Riordan and Katie Leonard.
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J. M. CORLIES,
o'clock »t Christ church,
.CharlM H. Hurley Hold two two- It pays to advertise in T ^ l e g i s t e r . Attest:
Director,
bot*« farm wagorin last week. Otic -—Advertisement.
C. E, CLOSE, Clerk.
Are You Saving Anything
Red Bank Trust Company
DO YOU WASH ? j
PROPOSALS,
Red Bank Steam Laundry
62 White Street
PROPOSALS,
PROPOSALS,
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THE BROAD STREET BAZAAR
26 Broad Street, Red Bank, N. J.
O N L Y O N E B N T R A N O B ^ N B I T DOOR TO THt SUGAR BOWL
Small Profits and Quick Sato is OurPolicy-Money Win be Promptly Refunded on Request
$2,00 AND $2.50 ALL WOOL SERGE SKIRTS, SPECIAL $1.00,
In white, block, navy and Copenhagen; also ratine skirts are included, in white and white with black stripes.
Extraordinary Bargain, Cheese Cloth 2c Yard
Women's 85c and $1.00 Union Suits 69c
Lisle thread, reinforced, trimmed with luce at knee; all tixei,
Women's 85c Ingrain Silk Hosiery at 69c
No more than 10 yards to a customer.
In black and all newest colon, full regular made, high spliaed
heels; all iijei, .
200 Women's and Misses' Modish Sunimer Dresses
will go on tale at the very lowed price* ever known, at
Summer Furs—Snow white; regular $5, now $3.75
$1.90, $2.90, $3.9% $4.90, $5.90 and $6.90
There is a dross for every possible dross occasion. You are sure
to find scores of dresses suited to each and every requirement of time
and place, in all sizes.
, White Iceland fox in animal style, fatten close to neek or BUSpend from shoulders.
Infants' Domestic Socks 7c or 4 for 25c
Crepe and Lawn Kimonas at 55c, 85c, 98c, $1.45
and $1.95
Plain white and a variety of patterns in fancy topi.
CHILDREN'S FINE MERCERIZED SOCKS, 12)ie.
In all wanted colors and plain white and fancy topi,
Batter made nnd prettier than you've ever lean at the pric«.
The crepo is soft nnd crinkly, very cool for summer wear and
desirable because it launders so well. The full gathered skirt model
with elastic run waist line is a favorite style at present. Choice of
pink, blue, lavender and white.
HERE ARE BETTER PARASOLS THAN YOU CAN GET ANYWHERE ELSE FOR THE SAME MONEY. WE SELL THEM
FROM
New Wash Skirts we Offer This Week at 98c
Made of fine quality repp, pique, ratine and crash linen; also
Palm Beach cloth and black and white checked skirts; all sizes.
White Gabardine Skirts, Very Special at $1.95
For summer comfort dress the little fellow in
Rompers at 17c, 33c49c, 69c, 79c and 97c
Newest models, in all sizes; extra sizes are included.
Newest Model Coats, Extraordinary Special at $2.95
Worth more than double.
also other good .stylos.
69c to $2.75
Plain coaching style, ribbon border and insertion effects, and
many others jn lovely patterns; all 1016 models.
Black and white cheek ^materials;
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Our Handsome Waists Will Win Your Favor Especially
When You Learn That the Prices are Only
SSc^ 93c, $1.33, $1.95 and $2,95^
You will find favor for their good style and quality? very fancy
semi-dross and tailored effects;'some in. pure white, others with colored stripes and plain black, in Jap silk, lawns, voiles, chiffon and
lace and crepe de chine.
$1.00 and $1.25 Undermuslins at 79c
Sizes from 2 to 6 years. They are equally suitable for little
girls. Materials are the light weight fabrics especially intended for
warm weather.
Mothers, here is a worth while saving on Girls' White
Dresses; would regularly sell at $1.00 to $7.50, We
sell them at 55c to $3.95
Made of finest quality lawns, crepes and pique; sizes from 2 to
14 years.
Every man in Red Bank and vicinity can profit by buying summer needs at
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THE BROAD STREET BAZAAR
BOc SENATE ATHLETIC UNDERWEAR AT 3Sc, OR 3 FOR $1.00.
Odds and ends of large lots, comprising gowns, combinations,
long petticoats and skirt chemise, good quality nainsook, trimmed
with luces and firm embroidery.
Made of fine pongee material, sleeveless shirts and knee drawers.
Also striped pongees, not all sizes in same stripe, but all sizes in the
lot
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Women's 25c Union Suits, Special 19c
69c NEGLIGEE SHIRTS AT 49c.
Finest quality percale, newest patterns including black and
white stripes. They are cut good.and full and custom finish to yvery
detail, with soft French cuffs. Others from 3714c to 9Sc.
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In regular and extra sizes, made of fine cotton ribbed.
Women's 50e Union Suits, Special 38c
Liile thread finish, low neck, sleeveless, extra wide at knee and
lace trimmed, regular and extra sizes.
Sheets and Pillow Cases
72x90 Seamfid Sheets 33c
Made of gooti quality muslin.
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72x90 Seamed Sheets 47c
"
Made of sttfedard muslin.
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85c Seamless Sheets, Very Special 59c
Fine muslin;, free from dressing.
OUR SALE IN WOMEty£ BATHING SUITS IS WORTHY OF YOUR
ATTENTION.
MEN'S PAJAMAS 75c AND 98c.
Variety of materials, including pongees, madras and-crystal
cloth, in neat stripes and plain colors, silk tape frocks. All high grade
custom finish, good and roomy.
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Anot-her4aot-of House Dresses at"68c~~""
Of striped and check ginghams and chambrays, embroidery
trimmed, 8 4 t o 46.
SOe BUNGALOW APRONS AT 33o.
Of checked ginghams, white-piping, 'full cut.
AMERICAN LADY CORSETS, STECIAL AT $i.3S,
Made of fine batiste for slertder figure, strong supporters attached, open front.
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We sell them as low as $1.45 and up to $6.95
Hundreds of Girls' New Dresses at Savings Every
Mother Will Appreciate
Made of o_uj4Hty surf cloth, silk ftftish mohair rind silk poplin,
well tailored ano finished, collar and sleeves trimmed, with blue and
white braid, Others are trimmed with satin, sailor collar.
Warm weather is here now and~evlry^lf1 neetis new dressea.
This sale will help mothers to save, for every garment was purchased
much under price, at
WOMEN'S ZBe COLLARS AT 17c, OR 3 FOR SOe.
T"
Many lovoly styles. Among them are rolling collars, shawl collars of fine embroidered batiste and voile.
Choice of ginghams, voiles" and linens, in pretty plaids, contrasting color trimming and plain white; sizes J to 14 years,
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SUMMER NET CORSETS, SPECIAL AT 9Se.
Made of strong net, medium bust models, good strong supporters
attached; all sizea.
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Boys' Knicker Pants at 37c
Blue and fancy mixed cheviots; sizes 4 to 17 years.
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37c, 59c, 79cf $1.13
Prices drop on needed bed spreads and blanketa.
|1.O0- blankets, bine stripes, at.
SSc
$1.00 and $1.25 bed spreads at
8Oe
$8.00 bed spreads at.
$2.49
Pretty Marseilles patterns, plain hems or cut cornera and sealloped for metal bedi, full size.
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PLAYER ROLLS
65 Note rolls, a large assortment, some as high as $1.75, now
25 cents
Note rolls, from 50 cents to $1,75, a goodly assortment, at
Half Off marked prices
Note rolls, new 25c edition, remarkabli value, at
25 cents each
Have you seen the M Y S T E R I O U S C L O C K yet?
What makes it go? No electricity, no clock works, no magnets,
no mercury! Come in and see it.
STORCK OF COURSE
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BANK REGISTER.
VOLUME XXXVII,' NO; 52.
RED BANK, N.1 J,f WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1915.
PAGES 9TO16,
FARM HANDS DROWNED.
HIGHLANDS CiPUPLE TO WED.
NINE NEW EPISCOPALIANS,
Engagement of Mill PriiellU Hunter
They were Confirmed by Bishop Paul
and W. L. RowUnd Announced.
Matthew* at Trinity Church.
THREE POLES FELL OUT OF Mrs, Harry C, Badeau, Mr. and
Miss PriicillB Hunter and William
L, RowUnd, proprietor of Rowland's BOAT AND LOST THEIR LIVES. Mrs, John S. Allen, Marie and Juliet
pharmacy, both of Highlands, are en-They War* Rowing from Oceanic to Caldwell, Walter A, Belcher, Freda
May E. Degenring and Whitgaged to be married. The engageRobert Harttherne'i Place Whan Braun,
ney
Tilton
were confirmed at Trinity
ment was made known Monday night
the Accident Occurred—Two Other church Sunday
morning. The conat Mr. Rowland's store to a number of
Men War* In the Boat.
formation service was in charge of
his friends. It was followed by a
Three Pole*, who were employed Bishop Paul Matthews, Special music
pgrty at the Bamboo Garden at which
a dinner was served and dancing was on Robert Hartshorne's farm near was rendered by the choir, under the
A Marriage of Old-Fathloned Colonial Type at Little enjoyed, and at which Mr. Rowland Highlands, were drowned early Sun- direction of Prof George A, Parslow
was host. "Bill'ii" engagement was day morning before daylight when of Long Branch. After the service
fell out of a rowboat. Two Bishop Matthews and Rev. 'Robert A,
Silver on Saturday when Arthur deFabry was not suspected by even his closest they
friends and was a great surprise to other men were in the boat and they MacKellar were guests at a dinner
them. They all joined in congratu- rowed ashore, after vainly trying to given by Warden W,*Strothor Jones
Wedded to a Newark Girl Many Other Weddings lating
him and the bride-to-be. The save their companions.
of Riverside Drive,
The five men were at Red Bank
wedding
date has not been fixed.
Take Place In This Locality*
on Saturday night on a shopping trip.
On the way to Red Bank they walked
A marriage, with outdoor wedding satin. Miss Anna Clark, a lister of
to Locust Point, where they hired a
festivities, took place Saturday at the bride, was maid of honor. She
boat arid rowed across the river. At
Little Silver, when Miss Cora Annette was dressed in yellow satin. Miss
Oceanic they took a trolley car, forAGED RED BANKER DIED LAST
111 of Newark became the bride of Grace Little of Newark and Misses*
Red
Bank, They expected to return
Burden
and
Lulu
QuBckenbush
of
[•* Arthur L, deFabry, ion of S. L. deORDINANCE AGAINST OBSTRUC over the same route.
FRIDAY NIGHT,
Matnwan were also attendants, TIONS ADOPTED BY COUNCIL.
Fubry.
The ceremony was perShortly
after
midnight
Charles
formed at the home of the groom's James Ruff of Newark was groomsHe Wai a Justice of the Peace and
parents In the presnee of about 100 man. Alter the ceremony about 200 Signs and Overhead Shed* Will Have Twining, who lives near the river
Custodian of the Borough Hal] for
bank
at
Locust
Point,
heard
screams
guests^ Rev, Clifford K. Dilks of guests were entertained at a recepa Number of Year*—-The Funeral
to Go—Ordinance Becomei Effeo- and sounds which showed that some
Now Egypt, a former pastor of thetion at the bride's home. Following 0 five Nekt Month—Other Matter!
Held Monday.
PHOTO BY ANDREW R. COLIMAN,
one was choking,
Mr, Twining
Little Silver Methodist church, was the reception the bride and groom left
Justice
Theodore Frelinghuysen
Acted en by the Council.
thought some one was being mur- Sniffen of Herbert
the clergyman. The wedding march for their new home at Bloomfleld.
street
died
Friday
The ordinance providing for thedered and he telephoned' for John R,
WATCH RED BANK GROW!
was played on the violin by Mrs.Mr, Little works for a New York firm wiping
out of street signs and over- Snedeker, chief of police of Atlantic night at the age of 78 years after a
George Pinekney of Hohokus, n of bankers.
sickness
of
about
six
months.
Death
The above picture Bhows a house which is being built on the south
head sheds passed its final reading Highlands, Mr. Snedeker, Mr, Twincousin of the groom, accompanied by
Monday night. It becomes effective ing and a number of Locust Point was due to vertigo, complicated with
side
of Irving place for Willis A, Clayton. It will be ready for use July
Mrs. Frank Bates of Little Silver, a
Ceneannen—McMahen.
diseases. Early last winter Mr.
thirty days after its passage,
men scoured the woods near the bank other
INI when it will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs, Windsor C. VunVleit, who
l of the groom, The house was
Sniffon
was
stricken
with
paralysis,
Winifred
Agnes
Concannon
g
A bill of 5264 from Luther (t until they saw two men get out of ftbut he recovered and resumed his
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are now on a wedding trip. The house is enclosed with shingles. In it
elaborately decorated with flowers and John Joseph McMahon, both of Stapleton for horsts used on street rowboat and come ashore.
duties
as
custodian
of
the
borough
are seven rooms and a bathroom, with a large fireplace of natural stone
and potted plants, this work being Highlands, were married Sunday work was held up because the firm The men were tho two companions
done by Mrs, M. B, Stubbs, who do-morning in the Church of Our Lady owes the town $68 for water.
in the parlor, The house is provided with modern improvements. It
of
the
three
men
who
were
drowned.
of Perpetual Help at Highlands by
nated the flowers.
An ordinance providing for sewers They said the men who were
was built at a cost of $3,500. William White was the contractor and
Rev,
Thomas
F,
Kearns.
The
atThe bride was given in mariage by
on High street passed first reading, drowned had lost their balance and
architect.
tendants
were
Miss
Frances
Horan
her brother, J. Charles 111 of NowIn order to have this improvement had fallen overboard, It is thought
uric. She wore a white crepe de chine and Oscar Hanson of Highlands,
made and to provide sowers for that the men who lost their lives were
The bride wore a blue silk gown. Buena avenue and Vista avenue the drunk. One of them, Santony Oledress, trimmed with taffeta and prinat Lennardo Thursday night. They
cess lace and a long veil of real luce. She was given away by her mother. sewer lift on Bergen place will be firowitz, aged 35 years, was found
are John Robertson, president of the
The gown had a court train falling Only tho immediate relatives of the moved to East Front street. A newMonday morning by Thomas Boeckel,
class; Jane Brainnrd, vice president;
from the shoulders. The bride car- couple were present. After the cere- lift will replace the one on Bergen while dragging the creek with a hook,
Robert Field, secretary; Helen Kelly,
ried a shower boquet of white nweot mony the couple left for a visit of place, George K. Allen, the borough In the clothing of the dead man were
GRADUATION
EXERCISES
DURtreasurer; Anna Boyle, Lola Dunne,
pens and lilies of the valley. Miss two months to the groom's parents at engineer, presontod plans and speci- two nickels and an Ingersoll watch.
ING THE PAST WEEK.
Hattie Gilhuly, Blazie Hankins, Ethel
Mary Lee 'of Newark was maid of Herkimor, N, Y, The bride received fications for the change.
The dead bodies of Roman Boluk,
Hillyer, Phoebe VonBeideU Paulina
honor. She wore pink crepe meteor, many beautiful presents,
Brown place was accepted as a aged 28 years, and Fedor Romanuk,
Thirty-Six Red Bank Grammar Pupils Hower, Freda Neinstedt, Katherine
trimmed with lace, and carried a
public street,
aged 30 years, were found yesterday
Get Certificates"—Five Pupils Fin. Simpson, Grace O'Brien, Rose Sulliboquet of jiink roses. The flower
ZiegUr—Sanbern,
Harry H. Clayton's bond for $500 morning by William Boeckel, who
ish Course at St. James's Parochial van, Mae Stankiewicz, Hope Willett,
girls were Edna Rothacker of New- Miaa Alma C. Zieglar, daughter of as chief of poUce was accepted. The saw the heads afloat on the water
School—Other Graduates,
Ruth Wheeler and Dorothy Wright,
ark, a cousin of the bride, and Norvia Fred J. Zieglar of Rumson, and Ray-sureties are Dr. Peter P. Rafferty and in Hnrtshorne'a cove at low tide. The
Bates of Little Silver, a niece of the mond R. Sanborn of Shrewsbury ava- Dr. Edwin Field.
feet of the men were tangled in grass,
grammar department of the Red Bank Beidel, Mazie Hankins and Grace
groom.
They wore white lace nue were married on Sunday afterA petition for sprinkling on West and one of the men had his hands
public schools were held in the audi- O'Brien.
drosses, adorned with pink ribbons, noon n't the Rod Bank Baptist par- street, between Oakland and Chestnut locked about the other's knees. In
torium of the high school last ThursThe program comprised selections
and they carried boskets filled with sonage by Rev, Johnson L, Miner. streets, was favorably acted on.
Boluk's clothes was $50 in ten-dollar
day morning. Thirty-six members of by on orchestra, prayer by Rev. J, C.
flowers.
Miss Jessie* Sanborn, a sister of the The "Standard oil company was bills, and in Romanuk's clothes were
the class were presented with di- Lord, valedictory oration by Phoebe
Harold deFabry of Little Silver, a groom, was bridesmaid, and Raymond granted permission to lay sewers in $259 in bills of large denominations,
plomas by Prof. George H, Harten, VonBeidel, presentation of class gift
brother of the groom, was grooms- W, Fredenburgh of Red Bank was front of its property on the extreme a quart of whiskey and a dollar
superintendent of schools. Twenty- by Mazie Hankins, class-banner oraTHEODORE
F,
SXIFFIiX.
man. The groom's present to thegroomsman. The couple will live at southern end of Pearl street. The watch.
three members of the class received tion by Grace O'Brien and presentabride was a gold bar pin studded with the bride's home, Mr. Sanborn con- company will pay the expense of the
George Woods inspected hall, A few weeks later, however, "he certificates for good penmanship tion of diplomas by Joseph W, Thomppearls and sapphires, and his present ducts a butcher business at Middle- work, and the job will be done under theCoroner
bodies and had them token to was again stricken, and he had been from tho A, N. Palmer company, and son, a member of the board of eduto the groomsman was a pair of gold town,
the direction of the borough engineer. Harry
C, Fay's morgue. The other confined to the house since that time, six pupils who hud not missed a ses- cation.
monogramed cuff links. The bride's
Collector William Mf Thompson two men were arrested by Chief
Mr, Sniffen was born at New York sion at school during the year reOn Friday night a play entitled "A
present to the maid of honor was a
_,_ Lay ton—Bublin.
was authorized to pay $6,000 on a Snodeker, but were afterwards re- February 17th, 1B37. His father died ceived certificates.
Rose o' Plymouth Town" was given.
gold bracelet studded with amethysts,
Miss Grace Layton, daughter of note of $10,000. This note was made leased on instructions from Dr. Harry on the Sandwich Islands while on a
Eighteen members of theclass, Those who took part in the perThe bride's gifts to the flower girls Harry Layton of Leighton avenue, to meet the expense of paving Bridge
Theodore dressed as Indians, gave five mnto- formance
county physician, who ex-trip around the world.
were Mae Stankiewicz,
were gold bracelets. The bride's was married to Joseph Bublin of avenue and Mechanic street. A large Neafie,
Hope Willett, Ethel Hillyer, Ruth
mother wore a gown of black crepe River street Saturday night at St.part of the money in hand was re-amined the bodies.
time.
His
mother
died
three
years
tha," This feature was under the du Wheeler, John Robertson, Robert
meteor, and the groom's mother was James's church by Rev. Joseph Casey. ceived from the Red Bank and Key- The drowned men will be buried later.
After his, mother's death
attired in black eharmeuse with lace, Mrs. William Carney was matron of port trolley line as its assessment for this afternoon at Fair View ceme- young Theodore boarded with va- rection of Miss Leola Moore, elocu- Field, David Mullison and George
tor. Rev. Robert MacKellar will contion teacher. She read the poem while King.
After the ceremony supper was honor, and William Carney was this improvement.
duct a short service at the chapel of rious Long Island families and earned the pupils acted the parts. The first Class night was observed Wednesgroomsman.
The
couple
have
started
served"'on long tables on the lawn.
A telephone will be installed in the the burying ground.
his living by working as a chore boy episode showed Florence Worth]ey as day ,night. The platform was dec-,
The grounds were decorated with housekeeping on Bridge'avenue, Mr. home of Harry H. Clayton, chief of
on farms. When he was twenty years Nakomis attending the baby Hiawa- orated to represent a log.cabin, this
Japanese lanterns.
Dancing nnd Bublin Is employed at Frank Gray's police, by the telephone company
of age he wont to Middletown to tha, a doll. Raymond Hurley, poised work being done by Robert Field,
other amusements were enjoyed on blacksmith shop.
without expense to the town.
make his home. He made the trip to shoot an arrow, took the part of The exercises included selections by
the lawn till midnight. The newly
Two chairs were ordered- "for the
from New York on the sailing vessel Hiawatha as a boy. In the next epi- on orchestra, class welcome by Jane
married couple left for a wedding
Weil—Steven*.
recorder's office in tke borough hall.
Eagle, and during the journey the sode Hiawatha's wooing was depicted, Brainard, clasa history by Katherina
trip early in the evening. The bride's
Two new notes, one for f4,427,5Q
Miss J. Theodosia West, daughter
boat nearly went down in a storm. and the part of Hiawatha was taken Simpson, class prophecy by Rose SulMRS.
SARAH
JWBBARD
PASSED
t l i j L S u l t wasLof_ sand colored silk of Theodore West of Rumson, and and the other for $1,431.61 were
The landing was made at Port Mon- by ...Albert VanNoBtrand.--The- next livan, junior knocks by Hattie Gilhuly
T
AWAY YESTERDAY.
p i , and she wwe a Leghorn hotr Clement Stevens ef-Red Bank will be made,—TheJargeat nola was madejfco
poplin
two episodes showed Hiawatha's wed- and Lola Dunne, class poem by Helen „
pay
interest
due
the
Trust
company
rimmed with roses. Most of themarried this evening at six o,'eloek at
trimm
From Middletown Mr. Sniffen ding and wedding feast. Mary Kelly Kelly, class will by Anna Boyle and
1
She
Wat
Injured
by
a
Fall
Seven
guests remained at the deFabry home the bride's home. They win live at on sew«r bonds and the other is. for
moved to Lincroft, and in 1856 while took the part of Minnehaha and Jesse presentation of mementos by Freda
during the night and Sunday. The Red Bank, where Mr, Stevens is em-current, expenses, The smaller note , Weeks ARO and Had Boon Confined at that place he married Sarah E, Matthews represented her father, an Nienstedt and Pauline Hower.
to
the
.House
Since
that
Tim*—
was placed in the Second national
festivities were patterned after the ployed,
Nowlan, daughter of John N. Nowlan, Indian arrow maker. Haven PerFuneral-Friday Afternoon,
bank. Collector Thompson explained
old-fashioned two-day weddings of
The ceremony was performed at the kins, as Pau Puk Keewls, gave a At Atlantic Highlands.
that
the
$5,000
which
he
had
collected
colonial times.
Mrs,
Sarah
Hubbard,
widow
of
"A NIGHT IN DREAMLAND."
old Lincroft schoolhouse, and is still dance, and George Leddy, as ChibiaThe junior class of the Atlantic
for
. . . „_.....„ benefits could not legally John S, Hubbard, died yesterday af remembered by the older residents bus, rendered a song, •
Highlands public school gave its anAfter returning from their/ wedding trip Mr, and Mrs. deFabry wjll A Musical Comedy will be Presented be used for any other purpose than ternoon in her 93d year. Her birth- of that plate. It was largely atMusic was played by the school nual reception to the graduates at the
for Benefit of Trinity Church.
occurred in Novem- tended, and part of the decorations
to pay "the debt incurred by making day would have
live with the. groom's parent! during
1
orchestra.
The graduates were Ruth casino Wednesday night, The graduber,
Death
was
due
to
general
the
paving
improvements.
Jay Wellington, late leading man
the summer. Mr. deFabry is interconsisted of huge JBck-o-Lanterns on Green, Thelma Hopping, Mary Kelly, ates arc Ralph Dixon, Eleanor Salter,
debility. Mrs, Hubbard was injured the school grounds. Shortly after
ested in the taxicab business at Little of "Our New Minister" company, has
Minnie Lomberson, Lillian Laury, Lena Greer, Fred Bedle, Lillian FoiSilver. He is a graduate of Staunton boen engaged by Rev. Robert Mac- DEATH OF WILLIAM DRESSLER, by a fall seven weeks ago and she had his wedding Mr. Smffen opened a car- Edith Miers, Geraldtne Pegley, Yera tor, Erncat Weber, Hulda Roberts,
been confined to the house since that penter shop oh the road from Marl- Picot, Julia Pryor, Carrie Scott, Hazel Thomas Oolleran, Elizabeth R, Snymilitary academy of Virginia. The Keljar, rector of Trinity church, at
t
bride received many handsome and Red Bank, to presenf the musical Sunset Avenue Resident Patted time,
boro to Freehold.
Savidge, Mary Weeks, Florence der and Florence H. Lee, The faculty
She was born at Tinton Falls and
substantial presents, including sev- comedy, "A Night in Dreamland,"
Away Saturday Morning.
About 1860 Mr. Sniffen moved to Worthley, Joseph Barberio, Albert list the past year included Prof, ForA, Cossaboom, Ph, B,; Mrs. Ella
eral checks.
with Red Bank talent for the benefit
William Dressier of Sunset avenue was a daughter of the late Elsie Smith Red Bank, and engaged in the car-Bennett, Hugh C, Brewer, Allaire man
B. Clark, Miss Mary Cavanaugh, A.
of the new parish house of Trinity died Saturday morning at the age of Sherman and Thomas S. Sherman, penter business. After carrying on
Burton
William
Coyne,
Cornwell,
B.; Miss Elsa Schuh, A. B.; Miss AlKnowles—Henry.
church. Mr, Wellington has man* 61 years. Typhoid fever followed by She became a member of the First this business five years, he found em- Doremus,
Francis Haley, Robert
Miss Jennie Knowles, daughter of ngod home talent productions at sev- pneumonia was the cause of death, Methodist church of Red Bank in ployment with Charles L. Davis, a Hitchfngs, Raymond Hurley, George ice H. Hemenway, A. B.; MisS KathMrs. Georgianna Knowles of New-eral places. The piny will be held Mr. Dressier leaves a wife, Mrs. Su-1841 and was very active in church stair builder. He worked for Mr.Leddy, Kenneth LeQuier, Robert Mac- erine Blackford, A. B.; Miss Lidora
ark, and^LeRoy Henry, sonj>f Geerge J*hur8day-and Friday July 8th andsan Dressier, and three sons, Fritz, work till her health declined in her Davis for a year and then became an donald, Jesse Matthews, Ervin South, Walling, Miss Grace B. Williams,
Miss Wilhelmina A. Ball, A. B.j M i a
old age. Her husband died thirteen employee of James Walsh, a former
"Henry u\f^B*slford, "were married Sun- 9th,
Benjamin and Harold Dressier.
ago. She leaves three sons, chief of police who was killed by Bul- Irving Shomo, Millard Tetley, Frank Jessie A, Irey, A, B,; Miss Emelle
The first meeting of the people who
day afternoon at the bride's home,
Mr.JDressler was a native of Ger-years
Valleau, Albert VanNostrand, Alden
Miss Mary M. Bird, Miss'Ella.
Miaa^Laura Knowles, a sister of the will take part in the play was held many, He came to this country in William, John and Thomas Hubbard lock, a criminal whom Walsh under- Walling, Merritt West, Haven Per- DeVoe,
E. Sculthorp, Miss Grace B, Mount
bride, was bridesmaid, Miss Elizabeth at Mrs, C,_W. Cannon's on Riverside 1888. Before moving to Red Bank of Red Bank. She is also survived took to arrest.
kins, Niven Richardson and Leslie and Miss Irene Chapman,
Dunn of Newark was maid of honor, ftvonue. Mrs, Cannon, Mrs, Minor he lived at Tinton Falls and Shrews- by a half brother, Charles E. SherAfter Mr. Walsh's death Mr. Snif- Delatush,
man
of
Colt's
Neck,
The graduating exercises were
and Fred Grnndjoan of Newark was Brown, Mrs, Joseph Applegate and bury. BS took up his residence at
fen was elected a justice of the peace,
The funeral will be held Friday and was appointed custodian of the Palmer certificates for penmanship hold Thursday night. Dr. Henry T,
groomsman. The wedding march was several other well known Red Bank Red Bank 21 years ago and had lived
were
awarded
to
Clara
Frost,
Vera
Houck, secretary of internal affairs
played by Mrs, Andrew Aaroe of At- women will act as patronesses of the here ever since, For a number of afternoon at two o'plock at the house borough hall. He held the position of
lantje Highlands, a sister of the affair, Seventy grown persons and years he worked at Hazard's factory. and the sermon will be preached by justice at the time of his death. He Picot, Carrie Scott, Rose Rock, Flor- of the state of Pennsylvania, deliv.
^ ^
,
O
H U wCharles
uoriO3 „
and
R,
280 children will have parts in theHis last position was that of gardener Rev. Harold P. Sloan, The burial will was always re-elected to this office by ence^ JVorthley, - B M j ^ m i ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ address
romr
rM ident of the board of ednea* ™ - The bride was dressed in white filet playi The production is a Winter on L. L. White's place at Shrewsbury. be at Fair View cemetery.
big majorities and a remarkable fact Rachel Portner .Hazel Savidge, W - d e r i p
• •r presented the diplomas •to
- tha
••
net and wore a veil held in place with Garden type of show and is made, up Mr.^DresBler made trips to Germany
in this connection was that he never lian Laury, Sadie Goldberg, Edith tion,
graduates.
Other features of t h e
CHARITIES AID MEETING,
lilies of the valley. She carried a bo- of popular scenes, modern, classic in 1904 and 1912.
asked a person to vote for him norMiers,
Mary Weeks,
Gertrude
Dorewltz,
Helen
Coleman,
Rose
Harris,
program were a prayer by Rev. Joquot of white bridal roses antf lilies of and interpretative dances, comedy
never did any electioneering during
The funeral was held Monday at
the valley. The bridesmaid and maid situations, beautiful costumes and ar- the house and the sermon was Effort Being Made to Increase Mem- the many times he was a candidate. Mary Kelly, Koert Johnson, Joseph seph H. Schaeffer, salutatory address
bership at Atlantic Highlands.
of honor were dressed ii» white taf- tistic scenic effects. Rehearsals "are preached by Rev, Harold P, Sloan,
In age and in point of service he was Lane, Albert VanNostrand, Raymond by Eleanor Salter, selections by an
A meeting of the State Charities one of the oldest justices in Jhe state. Hurley, Joseph Barberio, Walter Goe orchestra, essay by Lena Greer, prefeta silk with white picture hats, and being held every day and night in the The burial was at Fair View cemesentation of class gift to the school
aid association will be held Thursday He was a trustee of the Reformed and William Coyne.
they carried boquets of pink roses. hall over the Candy Kitchen on Broad tery.
Perfect
attendance
certificates by Fred Bedle, acceptance of the gift
night of next week in the Lyric church and a member of Monmouth
Avneta Paynter and Estelle Covert of street.
went to Clara Frost, Gertrude Dqre- by David P. Smith, a member of tha
theater at Atlantic Highlands in anlodge of Shepherds of Bethlehem.
Kennsburg were flower girls. They
ADDITION TO A HOUSE.
witz, Walter Coe, Albert VtmNos- board of education; banner presentaeffort
to
Increase
the
number
of
memwere gowned in white silk and carried
Mr,
Sniffen
leaves
a
daughter
and
Domino Tournament,
trnnd, Alden Walling and Carrol tion by Fred Badle, acceptance of tha
hers
in
that
borough.
Ex
Judge
John
pink roses.
o
sons.
His
daughter
is
Mrs.
Tunis
Charles Coqk made the best show- Mr*. Gordon Bennott Making Alter* E. Foster will preside at the meeting,
banner by Philip Dinkleberg and valPatterson, who had been living with West.
ations to Her Home.
The rooms of the house were decor- ing at a domino tournament of th,e
edictory address by Ralph Dixon.
St. James's Graduates.
and
speeches
will
be
made
by
Miss
G,
her
father
since
Mrs.
Sniffon
died
two
ated with ferns, pink roses and cutRed Bank chess, checkers and dominp
Mrs, Gordon Bennett is building on
Fred Bedle is president of the gradL,
Button,
Mrs,
Lewis
S.
Thompson
years
ago.
His
sons
are
John
H.
More
than
300
persons
attended
, flowers. The bride's gift to her at-club last night.
He won three addition of five rooms to her house
Mrs, Carnelia Maytrott of Red Sniffen of Red Bank and Joseph N. the closing exercises of St. James's uating class, Hulda Roberts is vice
tendants were pearl beads, and thestraight games,
Benjamin Ford, on Prospect avenue at a cost of and
school Monday evening in St. James's president, Lillian Foster is secretary
groom gave his attendants scarf pins, Christopher Berge, Fred Ford nn,d $1,500, A kitchen and a pantry will Bank and Mrs. Leon Cubberly of Sniffen of Newark, Mr. and Mrs.
Sniffon celebrated their golden wed- hall. Tho stage was decorated with and Florence H. Lee is treasurer.
Mr, Henry gave his bride a diamond George Bray each won two games and be on the first floor of the addition, Long Branch,
The graduation exercises of the Atding anniversary a few yenrs ago.
flowers of many varieties. An elecbrooch, After a reception at theFred Oakley won one, George Twi- and three bedrdoms and a bathroom
The funeral was held Monday tric sign with the numerals 'IB, il-lantic Highlands grammar school
•'• bride's home, the couple left on a ford lost throe games, Alexander B, will be on the second floor. A bay
A Wedding Gift?
afternoon at the house and was con-luminated with blue and white lights, were held Thursday afternoon. Tha
honeymoon trip to Niagara Falls, On Cooper defeated Thomas Talltnan in window will be added to the dining
Presents for bridesmaids, best
graduates are Mary Caruso, Nln*
tlrelr • return they will start house- a series of three out of five games.
room, and the old part of the house men, ushers, etc. Or perhaps some ducted by Rev. Lester G. Leggett. the class colors, was suspended over Mann, Margaret Hartnedy, Pauline
The
burial
was
at
Fair
View.
the
stage.
The
music
was
furnished
keeping at Newark. Many friends
will bo re-shingled,
New porches new articles of the latest designs in
Marion Hopla, Ruth Hall, Emby Klaus's orchestra of five pieces. Mageo,
and relatives were present at the
- • • • •
will also be built. When the addition gold jewelry for summer wear—or a
Clambake Tomorrow.
ily
Ferguson,
Alice Williams, Alice
Miss Madeline Gorman was the
ceremony from Bolford, Keanaburg
The men's club of the Methodist is completed the house will have nine new silver toilet set for the coming
DIED AT HOSPITAL.
John Ellis, Donald Posten,
pianist. A drama in three acts en- Sweeney,
and Atlantic Highlands. Mrs. Henry church will go on an outing to Plum rooms. Charles D, Hammer of East vacation. You are invited to call.
Rutherford Portous, Robert Fleet
was a former resident of Kennsburg, Island tomorrow afternoon. Motor Side Park is doing the work.
L. do la Reussille, 88 Broad street, Un, James Steotholf of Middletown titled "The Virginia Heroine" was Frank Ewing, George Rosse, Edmund
given
by
the
children
of
the
school.
Rod
Bank,—Advertisement.
Died Yesterday After Operation.
Linzmayer, William Halleran and
bontB %vill leave Irwin's dock every
who took part were Gertrude Samuel Ferguson.
fianbofn—Jennings.
>
Correct Time.
Mrs. James Stoothoff of Middle- Those
half hour from two till five o'clock.
7 Cti., 7 Cti,, 7 CU.
Miss Alretta Sanborn, daughter of Athletic sports will be held on the At least once a year you should
town died early yesterday morning at Hogan, Veronica Dohorty, Catherine
Helen Philips, Beatrice RafJ. A. Sanborn of Oakland street, was island nnd refreshments will be served have your watch looked after. Make
Kellogg's corn flakes, 7 cents. the Long Branch hospital after an Fields,
Helen Flyiin, Margaret Moore,
Class in Music.
married Saturday afternoon to Har-by Louis Frick.
your timepiece absolutely fforrect by Mother's Oats, 7 cents. Quaker operation for tumor, which was per-ferty,
Teresa Valentine, Julia Lynch, Alma
Miss Helen Conklin of Middletown,
vey W. Jennings.
The ceremony
having us clean and repair it. YouOats, 7 cents. Pet Brand evaporated formed about a week ago. Mrs.
and Mary Sullivan. A com-a student of the Institute of Musical
was performed at the Baptist parsongot expert work here in all watch and milk, 7 cents. Bray & Bunell, East Stoothoff's maiden name was Miss O'Brien
Addrett en Marketing.
Front street.—Advertisement,
Susan Frost, She was a sister of the dy entitled "The Millionaire Janitor" Art, New York City, and a teaches of
age by Rev, Johnson L, Miner, The
jewelry
repairing.
L.
do
la
Reussille,
John J. Dillon, commissioner of 88 Broad street. Red Bank,—Adverlate Joseph D, Frost, She leaves a was given by the boys of the school. three years' experience, announces
bride was dressed in a silk traveling
Miss Adeline Stilwell will tutor a brother, Ira Frost Mrs. Stoothoff The performers were Henry Cassell, the opening of a class in this vicinity,
*
suit with hat to match, Mrs. Elwood market! of the city of New York, tisement.
•
nn address on marketing prodfew children during the summer was 58 years old. The funeral will be James Morris, Walter Hogan, Hubert -Advertisement.
Harvey of Little Silver was matron of made
at a meeting of Shrewsbury
Bargain* 1 Bargain!! I
months. Also musical instructor for held at the house tomorrow afternoon, Gaul, Harry Hoffman, Paul Morris,
honor, and Elwood Harvey was uce
last night, Mr, Dillon is gen- Lemons, 25 for 25 cents. Extra children and adults, 81 Riverside
Gus Murray, Edward Hoffman, John
* i •
— —
Elixir of Ltf«.
groomsman, A supper was served at grangemanager
of The Rural ,New largo bananas, per dozen, 20 cents. avenue, Phone 398-W.—AdvertiseTravers, James McGuire and William
Read what happens when you eat
, the home of tho bride'B mother, after eral
Lodge
to
Celebrate,
Yorker, n publication for farmers.
O'Brien.
Pineapples, per dozen, 90 cents. ment,
;
squabs frequently: It puts ginger
which the couple left on a wedding
•* • m
. ,'.
Red Bank council of Royal ArFinest assortment of fruit and vegMilitary marches and drills were Into tho sandals of your desires. Ortrip to Niagara Falla. When they reetablea in town, priced low. Read Up-to-the-Minute 1016 Automobiles. canum will celebrate its 38th anniver- given by the senior class and the in- der from tho Leask Squab Farm,
€h*ndUr-Cono*«r Engagement.
turn they will live on Oakland s t r r *
Oldsmobile, $1,006; Seripp-Booth, sary tonight with an entertainment termediate grades. A song entitled Phone 095 Red Bank.—Advertise*
where the groom lms a house fi
' Miss H, Adele Chandler, daughter our advertisement on page 18, Bray $775
f. o. b. factory.
Monmouth which will be followed by refresh- "If I Were a Girl, If I Were a Boy"menfc
• riished, Mr, Jennings is employed 'of George W. Chandler of Maple ave- & Bunell, East Front street,—AdverMotoii Co., 22 Monmouth street, Red montB, Addresses will be made by was sung by the small children. Rev.
clerk in the Public Sen-ice company's nue, and Frederick W. Conover, son tisement,
D. J. Duggan awarded diplomas to five Up-to-tho-Minut« 1916 Automobile*
office on Chestnut street,
of William B. Conover of Middle- Up-to-thir-Minute 1916 Automobiles. Bank, Phone 715.—Advertisement, state officers of the lodge.
graduates, James Augustine Morris,
Oldsmobile, $1,095; Scripp-Booth,
town, are engaged. The wedding
Special Sale
45! 481! 45!!!
OldBmobile, % 1,006 \ Scripp-Booth,
Catherine Alicia Fields, Henry Joseph $776 f. o. b. fuctory.
Monmontt),
Clark—Little.
date hat not been let.
Yes, it is true, you can buy full Cassell, Mary Teresa Valentine and Motors Co., 22 Monmouth street, R«d
1776 f, a, b. factory. Monmouth of cannas and dahlias for three days
Miss Delia May Clark, daughter of
10-quart
baskets
of
fine
now
potatoes
only.
See
King's
advertisement
on
Margaret
Ellen
Moore.
Medals
for
Motora Co., 22 Monmouth street, Red
Bank. Phone 715.—Advertisement
Gporge W. Clark of Matawan, be-i
Engafomant Announced.
for 45 cents. Bermuda onions, per proficiency in studies were awarded to
Bank, Phone 715.—^Advertisement, last page,— Advertisement.
.
m i• '
—
Ciime tho brido of Charles L, Little of
quart, 5 cents, and largo new beets, James Morris, Henry Cassoll, CathMrs, Frank L. Blaisdell of Broad
,
''
Special
S«U
*
Newark Saturday night. The cere- street announce! the engagement of
Big special Bale now going on at Big reduction in men's ami per bunch, 6 cents. For other bar- erine Fields, Theresa Valentine, Mar
mony vfks performed at the Mnta- her daughter, Carolyn R, Blniadell, to D. A. Mnzza's, 08 Broad street. Sum- women's orffords and pumps at D. A gains read our advertisement on page garet Moore and Helen Flynn. The of cannas and dahlian for thr*t &$J*
SCo King'n advertisement on
wpn Baptist church by Rev. Luther Edwin A. Davit, son of Mr. and Mrs.mer footwear for men and women re- Mazza'H, 68 Broad street, Red Bank 13.
Bray & Burfell, East Front closing number of the program was only,
last
pnjp,.—Aijtftrrtlsement.
Jy. Holmes. The bride wore n white Charles L. Davis of Monmouth itreet. duced.—Advertisement.
tho
song
"Auld
Lang
Syne"
by
the
—Advertisement.
street.—Advertisement.
Stitin dreBB'cut en train nnd wore a
graduates.
mveil caught up with orange bloraomi,
Arthur Pryor, Arcade Pttrt A**
Arthur Pryor, Arcade Pier, AsArthur Pryor, Arcade Pier, As
Arthur Pryor, Arcade Pier, AsArthur Pryorj Arcade Pierj AiShe^cnrried a boquet of bride roiei. bury Park, commencing Sunday, June bvry Park, commencing Sunday, June bury Park, commencing Sunday, June bury Park, commencing Sunday, June At Leonardo.
bury Park, commencing Sun<Uj>. Jttn*
** Mrri. Russell Clark of Red Bank wai 27th, 8:00 and %-Ah o'clock,—Adver- 27t!
Nineteen pupils graduated from 27 th, 8:00 and 8:15 o'clock.—Aat»
th, 8i00 and 8:15 o'clock.—Adver- 27th, SiOO and 8:15 o'clock,—Adver 27th, B-,00 and BUS o'clock.- -Advertistmtnt
•••'
\ matron of honor. She wore pink tisement.
the Middletown township, high ichool tistmtnt,
tisement.
ttaement.
|tlsement.
MANY AT HYMEN'S ALTAR.
A NUMBER OF LATE JUNE WEDDINGS
THE PAST WEEK.
JUSTICE SNIFFEN DEAD.
KEEP SIDEWALKS CLEAR.
e
CLOSE OF SCHOOL DAYS
DIED IN HER 93D YEAR.
&M
.*••'
THM H I P B»NK REQI8TKR,
RED BANK WINS PENNANT,
IMPROVING A PROPERTYSchool
Tiim Geti Championship Title
LITTLE SILVER HARVEST HOME.
* PLAYERS' CLUB SHOW.
It Will b« Held August 26th on th«F«lr H n w AetoiV Colon* wUl & * •
Show N « ! W . . L
of En»t Jersey League,
Church Ground*.
MANY CHANGES BEING MADE
The
annual
entartftinmmt of the
The
Rod
Bank
high
school
team
Tho
annual
harvest
home
©I
tho
TO A RUMSON PLACE,
won the East Jersey school league Iattlo Silver Methodist church Will be Playara' boat club of Pair Haven
Fi»nk O. Mtttag U Having Several pennant when it defeated Leonardo held Thursday, August 28th, on thewill bo held a t the Empire theater a t
Buildings and n Concrete Bulk- Thursday afternoon by nscoro of 18church grounds, Committoos to take Bed Bank Thuridny night of next
head Conitrucled—-A Number of to 2, Red Bunk Kcored in almost charge of the vnrlous departments week. Among the artiste who will
Other Improvement! to be Made, every inning, Kearney of Red Bank of tho harvest homo have been ap- appear are Gertrude Hoffman, Frank
Lambert!, Dorothy Jardon,
Frank 0 , Mittag of Park Kiiljjo. did excellent work, getting two pointed. Tho members of the com-Fogorty, Grapewin
& Co., Holdiworth
New Jersey, who bought the iii'st lot singles, one double and u triple at five mittees are Mrs, A. C. Baker, William Charles
& NorcroM, Edd(e Carr & Co., Pearl
on the Waril tract ut liunison from times at the bat. William MutthewH, It, Cut-hart, Mias Marie Wilby, Mrs, Brothers
& Barns, Mack & Co, with
the Land ruitl Loan company, is do- who pitched for Hod Bank, was in J. Elwood Ilurvoy, Mrs. S, L, deNelson, John & Jesse Powers,
vcloping the property for his" own oc- his regular form and he allowed very Fabry, Charles Embley, W. H. Har-Charles
Cook & Sylvia, DeWitt, Burns & Torvey and W. E. King,
cupancy. Mr. Mittug's original pur- few hits.
ronce,
Clayton & Drew players, tochase was a lot which hud fifty feet
gether with a dozen more acts which
frontage on the North Shrewsbury
will bo added between now nnd the
river iiiui extended 380 foot to the
night of the performance.
main i-oml leading from Hod Bank to
At the recent election of officers of
Seuju-ight.
the club Tony Hunting was made
Mr, Mittag ia the president of the
president, Charles Merritt vice presiMittau it Voider firm, manufacturers
dent, Arthur Fielder secretary and
of ribbons, carbon paper ami general
Lewis Hunting treasurer. Hap
typewriter supplies, and he bought
Handy was elected trustee for one
the lot at Oceanic as a place where"he
year and Richard McAllister was
could have a summer camp. He built
Some
people
say
that
13
is
an
unlucky
number,
elected a trustee for three years.
a I,»,'•.•.thyuse on the lot last year and
These officers hove the annual enterDont you believe it !
bci'upied part of the hoathouse during
tainment in charge and they are being
the summer months with his children.
assisted by Frank Martineau, who has
IliK family was so well pleased with
been in general charge of the many
tin' locality that ho bought the two
The
number
13
is
no
more
unlucky
than
any
other
successful entertainments hold by the
adjoin ing lots, which gave him 180
club,
feet river frontage and the same nurnnumber, and if you handle the number right you
ber of lineal feet to the main voad.
will find it to be the luckiest number that ever was.
CUBANS WIN,
In addition to being in the typewriter
supply
business"
Mr.
Mittag
is
Long Branch Team Defatted Bridgeintt•;it'.-;U'(l in the concrete conatrucport Sunday Afternoon,
tiuii business, and he is putting up a
The Long Branch Cubans defeated
nuniher of concrete buildings on his
I believe that THIRTEEN is a LUCKY number,
the Bridgeport team Sunday afterproperty for his own use. One of the
noon by a score of 4 to 2. The game
buildings is a two-story, twelve-room
instead of an unlucky number.
was one of the beat seen a t Long
dwelling, which will be ready for his
Branch this season. Throe double
oci-upancy within a few weeks. The
plnys added to the snappy play which
building faces the river and has a
I
could
give
you
lots
of
experiences
to
prove
this,
characterized the game.
Padrone
largo veranda across the entire front
started in the box for Long Branch,
of the house. Three large living.j
but
you've
got
one
experience
right
here
in
Red
The visitors scored three runs on him
rooms, a sunparlor, butler's pantry ;
in the first four innings, and he was
Bank.
and a Jutchen occupy the ground j
relieved by Acosta, who held the visitfloor. The second story is arranged '
ors runlesB for the rest of the game.
with bedrooms, a large office and" ii- j
Next Sunday the Cubans will be opbrary for Mr. Mittag. In the main '
When the telephone was first put in Red Bank
posed by the New York Giants, The
living room downstairs there is an '
no one wanted telephone No. 13. Some people
Giants were scheduled to appear at
open fireplace built with natural \
Long Branch earlier in the season but
stone, and the stairway leading from j
said the number 13 was unlucky. Some of them
inclement weather prevented the
the living hall to the second floor is |
game from being played. Sunday's
overlooked by a balcony, which will;
said
they
were
afraid
if
they
took
18
as
their
game will no doubt be a fast one as
be used as a music room. The house !
the Cubans take rare delight in detelephone number that their business would go
nas -steam heat throughout, and will
feating a big league aggregation,
be so arranged that Mr. Mittag's'
down.
family can occupy it at any time of !
Lucky Thirteen.
tte year,
A large concrete floor has been
put down about fifty feet east of the
new house. The boathouse, which is
now being temporarily occupied by
the Mittag family, will be moved to
this concrete floor in order to give
more room for grounds about the
house. A concrete building has been
put up at the rear of the side where
the boathouse is to be moved, and this
will form n part of the boathouse
when completed, A concrete garage
and hothouse, as well as concrete
driveways, help to make the place attractive. Water for the place is aecured from an artesian well. A large
septic tank is being built in the rear
of the house to carry off the waste
•water from the house, barn, garage
and other outbuildings. The place is
being built on sanitary lines, and it
is considered by architects and builders to be the most modern of its kind
in this vicinity. Just west of Mr.
Mittag's property is a five-acre tract
of standing timber, which is known
as Parmly's woods. Mr. Mittag is so
taken up with his location that he has
leased these five acres of woodland
for a term of five years with a prjy.
ilege of purchase, and he told a Register reporter last week he thought he
would buy the property before his
lease expired,
Mr. Mittag will build n heavy eoncretc bulkhead on the shore front of
his present property, and will so construct it that should he buy the adjoining property the bulkhead could
be extended along the shore front.
For a number of years the property now owned and occupied by Mr
Mittag was used by a lot of squatters
for camping sites, and when Mr/ Mittag took possession of the pnjpei-ty
these squatters moved to the shore
front of the Farm] jr tract. Since Mr
Mittag took possession of the woodland the campers have been forced to
find other locations and most of them
have moved their huts to the Ligier
property near the Oceanic steamboat
dock.
Associated with Mr. Mittag in the
typewriter supply business are histwo
sons and they are so active in the business that Mr.Mittag only spendsabout
half ot his time at his office. Me told
the Register reporter last week that
he was going to retain his place of
residence at Park Ridge but would
conduct his Oceanic home as a sort of
a playground for himself and family.
He has six daughters and it gives Mr
Mittag great pleasure to have his
children bring their friends to their
summer home for week-end visits!
Even staying as they are now in the
terapotayy quarters at the boathouse
Mr. Mittag and family entertained
over r, score of guests at one time a
few days ago.
Much credit should be given to
Mrs, Mittng for the interior appearance of their new home. The architect drew the plans for the home from
1
suggestions by Mr, Mittag, but the
interior finishings were designed by
Mrs. Mittng, and each room has a separate color scheme,
The effects
throughout the entire house are very
harmonious. The place is lighted
throughout by electricity, wires being
laid throughout the building from the
main road in lead cables put well beneath the surface of the lawn, nnd so
constructed that it can be tapped anywhere for additional service without
tearing up any great portion of the
trunk line. After the buildings now
in the course of construction are
completed, the grounds will be graded
and an ornamental fence will surround the entire property. In addition to being a practical man relative
to consideration of building, Mr. Mittag is also an nmnteur gardner, but
the ifppearance of his garden at the
present time looks as if it might have
been planted by a professional. _ He
has a large garden near {he *mnin
drive to the property, most of it having been raised by himself in his own
hothouse,
<• Mr, Mittag is an ex-freeholder and
mayor of Park Ridge and has been
active in public matters of his homo
town for a number of years.
BASEBALL AT EATGNTOWN.
Tallin from That Place Trimmed Tin.
ton Falls Nine Sunday.
The Imperials of Eatontown defeated the Crescents of T-inton Falls
at Eatontown Sunday afternoon by
the score of 14 to 4. A feature of
the game was a senRritionril catch
made by Appe» of the Imperials, The
batteries were Harry Miller and
Thomas Fitzpatrick for Eatontown,
and Joseph Tonal1 and Joseph Pollitt
for Tinton FQIIR, *
Beat Races an tha Fourth.
THE RED SAMK REGISTER.
RACES ON THE RIVER.
The Red Bank Register took 18 as its telephone
number.
Has the business of The Register gone down ?
Well, not so as you could notice it !
The Register prints more Want Advertisements
than any other country weekly in the United
States.
That doesn't look as though bad luck had come
with No, 18,
Throughout the country The Register is looked
upon as the closest approach there is in the land
to a perfect country weekly,
That doesn't look as though thecharacter and
quality of The Register had gone down because
of halving telephone No, 18.
A number can be made lucky or unlucky, according to the way you use that number.
The Register advertised its telephone number as
LUCKY THIRTEEN, and that telephone numberis probably better known and known to more
people than any other telephone number hi the
entire Red Bank list.
Making tflat telephone number well known helped
to bring business to •> The Register, and with
business coming to The Register there was opportunity to make the paper constantly better and
better.
Here's a way that you can make the number 18
YOUR lucky number.
An advertisement in Monmouth County's Market
Place—that's the Want Department of the Regis"Wr—costs 25 cents a week.
J. P. Andrew, and Louit Priek Sail
the Winning Beats.
The Jack Tar, owned by J, P, Andrews, won a bang-and-go-baek race
held by the Red Bank motor boat club
Saturday afternoon. Eight boats of
various sizes raced down the river
until a shot was fired. Then they
turned around and raced in. Theoretically they all should have finished
even. Louis Frick's Louisa F . was
second,
In a "lemon contest," 100 ping
pong balls were strewn on the water,
and men in motor boats undertook to
pick the balls out of the water while
sailing at full speed. Mr. Prick won
the contest by picking up 38 balls,
Alexander.E. Russell was second with
a score of 35, John Morrow, Jr., was
in charge of the races. A large audience witnessed the contests, which
were the first of the season.
—
» > m>
^
POLO MATCH AT OCEANPORT,
Big Crowd of Spectators and Fast
Game Saturda'y**Afternoan,
In a fast polo match between the
Reds and Whites of the Deal polo
club Saturday afternoon on the club
grounds near pceanport the Reds
were the winners, A large gathering- of society folk from the shore
sections witnessed this first match of
the season. Howard S. Borden of
the Rumson country club, who played
back for the Reds, was the star of the
game, making two spectacular goals
in succession.
The line-up-
If you put an advertisement in the Register's
Want Department for a full year, and give that
advertisement the amount of thinking and care
that every advertisement ouyht to receive, you will
find that the thirteen dollars you spent for this
advertising was the LUCKIEST thirteen dollars
that you ever spent.
»
QUALITY OUR LEADING FEATURE!
;
RETURNS FROM MEXICO.
Twine Saleitnan at Belford Describes
Troubles in War Wrought Nation.
Robert Thompson, a traveling
salesman for the American net and
twine company, spent a few days
with Harry White of Belford r e cently. Mr, Thompson returned from
Mexico a short time ago and he
brought with him specimens of. Villa
and Carranza Money, Mr. Thomp.
son says he had to pay fifty cents
war tax to cross the United States line,
and when he came back he had to be
vaccinated. Villa's dollar a t the present time is worth about 1% cents in
American money. An American buying anything in Mexico with Amen.
can money would receive change in
j Mexican money, which is worth very
| little in comparison with American
i money,
Mr.. Agne. Chappdle of Belford
Thrown Against Wall but Not Hurt.
Mrs. Agnes Chappelle of Belford
went out on the front porch of her
home last Tuesday afternoon during
a heavy thunder storm to lower the
top of a cellar way. As «he leaned
over the railing a bolt of lightning
struck a tree nearby and ran down
the tree trunk, Mrs. Chappelle was
I thrown against the side of the house
I by the force of the lightning, but she
I was uninjured. The lightning bored
I a hole in the ground about eight
inches in diameter and two feet deep
FARM- HOUSE IMPROVED,
j
Calves' Liver
All
Calves' Brains
for
Roasting
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fnr Miili- fin' $ 2 2 5 . A p p l y t o W l l l l n m W ,
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B O U S E
F O B B E H T ,
]"or r e n t i n . M l d d l i t o w n VilliiKi',
no.it
HIX-riiiiin iinuHc, thrt'ci nilmiti-H fi'uin r u l U I ||C1II«II
rniiil
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f l ui i i u n t l i l y .
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t o: j j - i , ' , . , ! '
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UaitMlioriiii,
MlddlutuWii,
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B O A R D I N G .
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l-'l'illll
fill
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and I'll wire for you. Frod B. Brower.
( j i t liuuil
;Julint,tliti.ll
1n litll
I B B U I I PLATINQ W O B I I ,
electrical
contrttctor, 1! Monmouth
HOUSE FOB SALE ON EASY TERMS.
In in rd lit niiiili'i'iiti
l
KlWniiil H. C i i r n w c l l , pi'np.
Ijuiil, Hll- N. J.
itreat, Red Bank. To!. §34-W,
H i - \ ill-I-i'.iHl lllMIMi' n i lM c O t l . l llti'
N t r i ' M ,
A certain sawmill in Georgia r e .
vi'l-. tilrki'l illlil iTDppoi-, All w n r k KiinrniiBOOS AND DAY-OLD CH3CTKS.
! w i l l H,• 11 f u r l l . n n i i ; t i - r i n s $ | i i " d o w n . Hi
TAII.OB.
cently acquired a new superintendent,
I.AHD80APE OABDENEK.
lci'il. 121 W i s i t F r o n t fitn-i't, IH-ar Aliiplt 1
Friini fiirel'nlly niiiti;d POIIH, p r l z o w i n h u t ,". < I % i r. i) f i e i ; i t i n n l u t r
Hi yenm ' j i e r n i u i i i i i .
.liillll W. Mriiiiii.
Experienced inndMotine gardener wants a v e n i i i ' , lli*il H u n k ,
i'4 whoso ideas of work did not at all
TOMATO PLAITTB.
Hutf
OrliliiKliiiiM a n d G o l d e n
<.'sim|
i ; ^ V | ii.itik-.
A ll l h : m d i v m t
i ' ll i ; m Wilt, r iiinl t n i l i - t .
W i l l fii'll t n ili-Hlnitili>
after work by day, woek or month. Apply to
agree with those of certain of theJune
Ines;
piii'i'
rt>iiKi)iHilili> u i i i i l l t y
ijniif--iil- !|
] i . . |,,
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.pairing
ii..ili>
d.iiii-.
i-"I.ii..l p u t s - .
Anihi-i'-Ji. M i i t i i i i w H , J o 4
Stono
tomutn
i>!untH
for
WANTED.
Garret J, Smith, Bdford, N, J.
V
"20th,
A,
D.
Conover,
Now
Monri'il.
Hriiokini'i'i!
K m i n ,
b o x HO, D f i i l , j w o r k
KIIIII n i i l . c d n n d u p t o (lutu.
:;
i-:aHi l - ' i i i n t H t r - i - t . i t i i l I l i i n k .
hands, He was a hustler, and difficult mouth, N, J,
KliHt-rltiBK liiitriilri'HH waiilM w o i k b y
N. J.
W h i i r f i i v e l l i i e . Ki-il H i i u k ,
t h e fliiy,
to hoodwink. Yet stern as was hi§
70S S I S ,
y, u r w i l l d o IIIIIIH^ I'lciiniiiK. M I H ,
TOUBINO CA» FOB BAtB.
ilVi'lilli',
Soyen-piWRcngisr aiitomobllo for blve SVilHimi Miiliinoy, near
SPECIAL
I temper, he had to smile at the proREPAIBI5U.
BIO BEDUCT1OH
by
the
diiy
or
hour.
Careful
Borvlco;
nt
Krlili'l
&
CO.'M
niiiiket,
Hen
Onnk,
for
Fiiir
Haven.
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•'• ceduro of two of the darkies employed I'HBII only, liri'iiHt of venl, J6c. iinuriil,
ulile ruled. Phone 17-W.
i-sliii
fi|iii|iiiHMit.
i ' u r l i n t s
i n % 1 , 1 ' , I) i ) ;
iind liii i m r t ' t i i r w o r k H HpiH-iiiHy. A l l w i i i i i i ' i i . A l l t i n : l a d - H i l a x t H .
Vli'iily"I
there, "Where are you going?" he I'ltona 306-M.
FOB
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A
l i n r R i i l n , t w o - n i i i n t u d K t ' b n o n e r , 1 0 0 iivi'Miii',
B O O H S VOm E E N T .
one day demanded of these two, who
I ' T i l 111!Mi'i'll i l t M i ' i ' i l i l . l i l l ' H
giUilMl , - * . l
iii-.'ir
ilniiiiiiiutli
Btri'i't, H o d ii j i a i r u r t w o n t t ! i 1H t l i n i ' . I ) . A , ^
ton
liiirilcn;
d r i i f t ; llrHt-i'liiHH c o n d l
Two
nlvoly
furnialieil
roomn,
a
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l
Im•FBOXAXi
• l U ' i i i i i l w a y , 1...MW n i i i m l i , X , J ,
Iiank,
.were shuffling along a i if bent on
US J j r o i i d s t f i ' f t , 1 I f i l H u n k ,
I i n i u l i i j o f C i i p t . JuHi-pli
Tuttlf,
t
t l h rofcronce.
f
A<
A<11 thin.
telephone;
Ut liliili'I & Co.'H lliiirkct, lU'fl Hunk, for
* nothing in particular,
South Hlvir, N. J ,
A, D,, box 313, Ited Iiank.
I
HUPHOBILE AT A BARGAIN.
only, H>gH of spring luinli, 24c.
ANTIQUES
FOE
BALE.
AUTO
f
"Boss," said one, "we is gotn' up to
"*• riiono 30fl-M.
One four-poMtor with canopy t"P. o n e I nvet'bitiil any kind of an initomo i i ] . j I l i i p n i i i l i i h s l l M ^ n i n - l i ' l . t i i k i i i i n
ilO BEWABD
SPECIAL PLANT SALE.
'
111
ut• a t a l o w i i l l i i w i i i i i i " , p i - r u n t
me In
' the mill with dis henh plank."
iiosk, oiii' s e t t e e utul u v a r i e d aHSiirtmeiit at
and abstiUUi'ly
BPECIAJi
CiiniwiH and diihlluR, 20
per v i off
nnir;
tliiirniislfiy n s e r U pe
t for fnr tlia return of Biiiall yellow femnle of o l d IlniillHli H p i i i t l n ^ printH. T h e n i l w o r k t o b i . M i t llM
f fiifMry.
S p f i - i i i l i s t '• I"'''' 11 " , i l ll,)1" n
1
1
"Plank! Plank I
I dont see anylit Krldi'l
Htrnyeil
April
12th.
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12th
1
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CO. iimikft, ,lied Uniik, for
r e i i d y I'm'U K , . I ' I U I H ' u i i i i - k
dnyH only,
l King'H iidvertlsi,
(Ji'.ir;;.|.;, T i i r n i ' l ' ,
Lftltlllion. Jllddletown, X. J . Phone l i l e k u p f iirt Hhiip, HO Hriiail Hlii:i!t, l i e d on carburi'l"!
,• plnnkl" roared the new superintendi '
l b l d
only, Hwiit
Hwiit's
HUKitr
curedd
11' y o u w a u l a l i a i ' m i l n .
t •:• I. v i > t i K a t l > n oil HHlt piiKe. Hcaii It now.
K
Bunk,
liorden Ktref-t, lied Hank.
27D-W Middlctown.
d
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r e l l , Muninijiitli Ntiei't, Ho.l linnU.
huniH, i
' ent,
e, pound, I'lioiic 3U0-J1,
SPECIAL PLANT SALE.
W I T I B WTAHDOOTES.
CABBAGE PLANTS.
f,
Not at all agitated by this display
SPEC1AI,
..riH find dulilliiH, 20 Jier print off for SELL YOuB OLD CLOTHES TO US.
POSITION
WANTED.
of
of tliu bigmlinf;
healthy
p l i i l i l H , j i i H t i-itjli ( C o r
Good prieea paid for old clothing. Call ourOne-half
' of tomp.er, the speaker looked down at ut Kiiiltfl & CO.'M market, nod Jiiink, for
(iiiyH only. Read Kind's HdvcrtlHi!n r a c l i l a t e H t a r o f Ilic H c a iieai!i>niy
oelcliratcd
Ktraln;
plotity
of
time
to
;
planting
now.
U.'i rents " piT Klfl: fu
g
,
or
phone
The
City
Dry
Uleaninjf
and
i-oiiliiierriiil l O l i r s e ileHlreH p n s i l i o n i i l
' his hands, then over hie shoulder. viiHh only. Hiignr Cured BlionldcrM, 13 V4c. nitnt on Inst piiKC. Head It now.
chicks from them tills seiisou. pur 1 .OOU. Also pepper and e '
Dyeing Works, 0_Sfee.liunlc atroet, near raise
riiniiiuri'lal
houkHoiiiiiiK n n d Kt.enniti;iSiiniiybrook I'urni, Ikitontown,
I'himo
ofl.e Ki'i' lat'ne advertivenient nil lil
if Finally to his fellow-worker he calmly pound, riioni! 308-M,
Broaii. Phone 2G7.J.
HOT WANTED.
plije wiiric will a l s o ilo t y p e w r i t i n g a t
2130-R,
[•
observed^
"Well,
dont
dat
beat
all,
W,
K.
KiiiB,
Little
Silver,
N.
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SPEOIAI.
iiomc,
AIIHS M a y \V;ilJh.
HhriWHliuiy
Boy wanted, experienced '>r bnnlnnc'r;
SITTJATION WAHTBD.
ut Kiiunl &, OO.'H market, net! Bank, for Htpady work, diniiwlt'k'n gold luiit' faca v i ' i i i i ' ' . Sti-il l l i i i i k ,
1'hoii,) ! I i i - W .
,; Tom! Ef we aint
gone
an'
clean
r
U
B
l
m
U
M
MOVIBS.
KEYS
TOUHD,
1
Boy,
in,
wantK
IlKbt
work
with
farmer.
cash
only,
BoriTuh
lt'i»n
pot
roftHt,
very
toly,
\'l
Spring
Htreet,
Hi-il
Hunk.
. \Y. Henneit •&• Co., fuinituri; and
Hirm of keys found at Hulindel,
r fergit dat plank! *
tendor, ISo. pound, Phono 308-M.
Kijixl home In preference to wages. Write can
WINSOW CLEANING.
""•-?• ". - b proving
i
moved, general
eartin^,
property ajid pianos
by
' i l l l lliiivo
l l l l V f saiiiH by
g
^ lari;e auto
p
for piirtieiiliiiH, Mrs, T.eVulley, 272 Her-tpnylnw
We make a specialty of denning winWANTED.
Rstld
l
t
K
d
d
f
I
l t distiiiieu,
dit
R
tl
for
tliiH
adyertlHemeiit,
Kdward
or
Kliort
SPECIAL
bert
(street,
lied
Bank.
van
for
•dows
O
f
stores, offices and private resiclmuffiiur
to
drive
enr
and
T I B O. O. X>
2U:; Herbi-rt
W. I'errhH', iioiindel i n n , Holnitlel, X, J .niatOH t;lv«-n oil a l l work,
at iiridtJl & Co.'s murket, Red Blink, for
dences; also 'general office
eleanlnK,
to work In u inllk dairy, A. Graver,
Hti'i?et, Hed Hank.
Telephone.
•Phone ii.
WASHING.
giiHli only, prime ribs of hoof, none bet- Shrewsbury, N, J. Plione 400-W.
Rates reaHOnable, Siitlsfartion BiianinAn Eip*ri»no» of Thi« S l l t u t laftLon- ter, 22c,-pound. FhuTie 306-M,
Have your waahlnR done a t the Jeraey
teiid, 2 4 West Fiont strijet, with
d
Coast laundry. Family wash, rough dry,
5l
don HonpltRl.
SOBiE FOB BALE.
Strong, healthy plants, just rlRht for ! Bank steam dye works. Ph
Phone115-tt.
MisR Mario II, Wilby, Little Silver, an
FOB, BENT. •
S
O
cent«:
flat
work
Ironed,
IB
cents.
Qood strong horse, kind and frentle,
cxpprleneod tenilifr, will tutor pupils In p l u n t l i i K l i u U " , LTI i - c i i t H i n - r i n n ; ( : ' - In tiie London hospitals the ailment Kiglit-room IioiiBe, iiiclutllng fruit and (foocl
Mil
vvllllng worker. Apply to W, i\ Phone 204 Red Bank.
l b
gi'ornetry,
h
history,
i ty,Knu^Hli
aamii j)i.i- 1,1(00. Also pi-ppiT anil I'KKPhu
g y ,t
u
of the patient, when Tie is admitted, is shlido tri'L'H and stable, Patrick IJutler, Htllly, 21 Pearl wtreet, Red Bank,
Severnl
liunrlifM nf keys liavu boi-n loi t
Hco
liii'Ko
advertlKiMiient
mi
l
a
s
t
pi'
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Beabrlght,
N.
J,
LADIES
AND
BOYS'
nt 'rlie llpRister iiffit'c whltth imvc li i
school Hiibjerts, TerniH on ap- \V. K. Kirn?. IviUlo S i l v e r , X. .1.
denoted by certain letters, such as
.scrolul-hiinil MIKIUH, bettor than a imir nf pllcntlon.
foiinil in thfK viulnity,
1'ni'fii'S h a v i n g
FOB S A B ,
"T. B," for tuberculolis. An Am_ericlierip new oneH. 00 cents a pair, nlieup
lost keys will nrobahly find them ninonsc
__
Lot
on
Sladi.Hon
avenue,
near
Berfren
Wnt
A, BIEBEM,
TOP BOH. worn SAXE.
EOBSE1
r
E,
John,
.cornor
Wharf
avumio
and
Kiwt
'4 can doctor waa examining these his- t ManaBciuan
tbn lcit, Ciin hii%-i» Hume by proving propTwo
and bluestone place, for sale, 40x140 feet. Apply ot I'rrint street, Rod Bank.
hand
bottler of nncl dealer In Ruiil'ert's, llensfur Kiilo,
•f tory slips when his curiosity was ioraenlnga' willgravel
nhlo for lively ur wurk HtirHes;
also siiltfive- i lcr's and iJoelKer'H popular Jicers, e r t y and paying for this advertisement.
deliver tame, Cliaflea 34 Shrewsbury avenue, Red Bank,
year old burse, sound mid WI'IKIIM 1,21)0 J CJiiinness' Stout and Bass silo and Dnnvii
'..' aroused by the number on which the Burd, Red Dank,
BOATS FOB
TBTMMED PANAMA l A T i ,
K ' | SSt o u t . W
Wi
l[ kiliils
kid
miihil^
L o u ils H i i f t e l , O v e r l ch
i o kk Kiii-m,
h u - s u nd
d lli
i q u o r s off nil
SAXON B.OADBTER rOB. SAi.E.
letters "0. O, K," appeared, He said
TOBD RUNABOUT BODY,
Twenty-one feet liy KIX feet, S-h. p.iiteil
L i t t l e beauties, li.OS while they lint.
Hank,
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IS-aO B r o a d s t n u t , Kc-yport, X , ,1,
A
191B
Saxon
roftdfiter
cheap
for
easli.
hKiutiful trlmmeil h a t s a t | 1 iinil
to the physician who was showing him with top, brand new, for sale for |2B.Apply to J. H, Black, Nutswamp dis- two-cylinder Palnifr, jilmp Hptiiit. Also
Hpecd boat, 20x3 Va fei-t. Alburt 1^. l.oiix,
to J. I, Jlonsky, 10 Bast Front
riport coats anil HkirtH. fu,08 for
around: "There seems to be a severe Apply
i P A M M E H T POB SENT,
WAHTBD.
tillery. Phone 790-M Mldaletown, :
Atlnntlc Highlands, X, J,
street, Red Bank.
th'ro'iiKhiiut."
toilut,
makliiR.
your niitti-riiil i n , only
g t Bi-lnK y
Kour
, K
K
House- fnrnlslu'd for the month of
epidemic of this G, 0, K, in London,
1
one
diiy'K
nutlcu required, tiorey
bath,
raiiKi
connected
with,
Htatiomiry
July
fur
adult
family;
not
above
$
"
n
or
MONET
TO
LOAN
WILLIAM
k".
REXLLY.
BOOMS
FOE
RENT.
What is it, anyhow?"
Phone
Red Hank or Bfubrmlit or vicinity. tubs nnd bath, china closet: fi t-'ompl^to linery 'Shop, 67 Bi'uad Ktroet.
Furnished rooms for rent, Kuitnbln for fat);
itaple and fancy groceries. Estab- on flrit bond and •mortgane on Impr ved
W, U, A., 14 Drummond pUu-e. npurtmont; in tin.- Weller buildlns;, Hruud fiOnn
"Oh, that means 'God only knows,' " llMhed
20, years. _ 21 Pearl street, Red property in Bums to Bult borrower*, Al- iiKht bouBrkeeplnK, in private family: Address
t t
lli'il Hani.:. Ajiply In Hti'lc.
yton Beekman, attorney, Red Bunk.
replied the English physician.
bimtly to station and t'lmvcnlcnt to river. Re,l iiank.
LOOKING TQtL B Alt GAINS 7
Bank. Phono 10-R.
4fi Rector pluee, Ri;d Bank.
If so, see our furniture and household
BOAEDIKO.
TOMATO PLANT SIGNS FOB BAKE.
ro» BALE.
specialties,
Kntire contents of hotels,
POSITION WANTED
The Monmouth iloiise. Bonrd by day
Mitchell touriim ear, 191 a model,
Thosu having tomato pliints for Hale
A Mournful Mourmr.
A S S VANS F Q « M A I E .
b d i
h
t tBH
g bought
b o h t for
for
aa driver on delivery wagon, experienced
ur welkk alio
lino, boardlne
houses anddOuttug
l tnbl«
bl bnir.1:
b d cm tVollov
ll li
newly painted
i d and
d In
l
can
buy
a
suitable
slRn
printed
on
musQaaelino
pump
and
tank
for
gain;
cawith horseH, Address L. C, !•'., general lin by calling at The Register ofnee,
two m i n u t e walk" from "Uroart street, spot cash
Dellyerloa free of c h a cw .
Down in Georgia a negro, who had delivery.
pacity of tank, 27S gallons; tank and can be "IxiiiRht richt by quick buyer, at to
•
ciiinforts,
lira
i
Bchwarta'a
furniture
stores,
Red Bnnk,
k
lOS-llO
I'M, vonKattengell's, Monmouth atreot. All home eookinK: hom
pump are brand new, Apply to D. H,Red
His life insured for several hundred
outh street.
! WeHt_Front itreet, eorntr JIapl e avemie,
G. Bostwiek, 114 Monmouth
Bank,
Bennett, Fair Haven, N. J.
VO% BALE CHEAP.
ttANDS0M3: TOTJRXNQ CAB
dollars, died and left the money to his
Rea
Bank,
Half cabin launch, 22 ft., 8 ft. beam,
vent by day, week, month oi' Bt
WOION WABTM,
JJlGS I T J i i l AHD BABN TO I E O T
widow. She immediately bought her- for
POB
Apply at RoyRl Farms, Ijlttle allver, 6-bone power onBlne; fully equipped.
FEEEPHOOP PORTABLE QABAOES.
Wanted, buff room operatives; steady
Roomy box ami .straight stalls, ample
n ,
self a very elaborate mourning suit, X, J, Phone 169.J1.
Jerolamon's boat yard, Galilei, N, J.
e , ady Amhem
Amherat and
work.
Rood
pay, short hours. Apply to
Ford special frame, $2.5; steel cote,
a^
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a
n
d
™
f
»
f
d
d
T*tV^a^'^c^t
i
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l
t
n
L
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English
pheasants:
also
eggs
of
the
Showingjhej* purchase to her J r i p d ,
iliiee for polo pnnles or ti'siiniiiK Ktaliles, R. C." Bii'kPretHff, 121 Shruwsbiiry ave- 148; all steel, |S9. Save public garage
----••-BTOVE
STOBAQE.
HQWE
TO
O
H
.
above
named
variety,
Glanrnary
Farm,
Will pay "for itself in short
ehe was very particular in going Into
I'tirnia reasonable,
Qlimartln, SlirowH- ime, Hed Bunk, lifter T;(Hi p, m. Slun- expense.
Liet us' store your stove or range for Riverside Drive, Red Bank,
11,000 on flrat mortgage around Red
time. Oarage heater, $2B, Send for
nlng-L.oeb Company, Matawan. N. J.
iiury road.
details aa to prices and all Incidental Bank.
Franoifc White, Monmouth street the •ummar, L, Bchwarti & Son, sucfurther particulars, Belmont Stewart
particulars, ,Jier friend was very at Broad, Rud Bank,
cesior to W, J, Button, Broad street.
HOOVER DIGGERS.
Iron Works, 1307 Flatiron building, fcew
WANTED AT OHOE.
YACHT FOB SAXB.
I have 1315 Hopver digKttrs and fix- Bncrlflce, mahogany cabin yacht, SO
much impressed, and remarked^
,
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Reliable HiiiRle man to aHHlston farm •York City.
SEAS
ANIMALS.
FAE1I MACHINERY FOR BALE.
tures for repairs.' Machinery delivered ft., 7 ft, beam; 16-horse power engine; and grocery delivery wagon.
3U
"Them aho is (ine^cloes, but, bafo'
I
remove
dead
animals,
horses
and
when
ordered.
Charlr-H
p.
Conover,
teleMowers, rakuH and hay ttdderR, hay
th and
db
d duly
O lone having SHOE E E P A I B I N G AT SHOBT KOT1CE
toilet, wash basin, electric light; com- I PIT iiinnth
board,
heaven, what is yo* goin' to do wif allshelvingB
anil potato bodies, O, H, Hur- cows, and j a y | 1fthead, Richard Con- phone 72-f-fi Holmdel, N.^J.
piute'equipment, icrolamon'a boat yard, htul eNperieiife In farming npod._upply. I
•iivu your MlHifs whun you come t o
nora, Wayside, N, J, Phono S40-F-41,
dis black underwear?"
ley, Shrewsbury, N. J.
Sallies N. J.
' J-K - HtuTinKton, JlorKiinville, .N. J,
town and" they will bo repaired for you
HOUSE FOB SAXE.
The bereaved one sighed: "Chile,
_
y
t ^ y i ^ w »
fl
Six rooms and bath, reception TiaTl and"
TO 1BW.
6i.w * 6 t r t r E S i r O o w a O
BOAEDIHO.
Klrst-class materiul and extiert woikDry goods,
.when I mourns, I mourns,"
goods notions, clothing; also all Improvements, for sale" at a reasonFurnished or unfurnished roomBi all boots
I
have
tin
Overland
1
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I
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praotieully
First-class
boni-dinn
house
facing
the
meii together with moderate* pricc-s, 1),
US
USS
Shrewsbury
h b
ave- able price. Applf to Percy Woleott, river, luree eroinids, trolley passing the a g d a 6 , 1 1l1l l li ca li ug
t and
d shoes,
h
Improvements,
inelucllng
telephone.
S
^ff'Jl.^" ^^
^ ^ ' , . ^ . . ; " ^b1 1 'h! ^ At M
MM i OS
S Broad
B d street.
t Red
R d Hunk.
H
nue, corner Leonard street, Red Bunk,
Drummond place, Ht«d Bank,
Phone 330-J Ked Bank, ,
right for spot cash. If Int«riant>'d in a
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STORE
LONG BRANCH,
Just Received SO Most Beautiful
Silk Dresses and Gowns
Embracing the most unusual collection of smart style
models. No prettier showing has been possible before.
Elegant Taffeta Silk Dresses, - $12.50
Beautiful Crepe de Chine Dresses, $12.50
Fine Tub Silk Dresses, - - $15.00
Exquisite SilklCrepe Dresses, • $15.00
Modish Pussy Willow Silk Dresses, $15.00
Ultra-Fashionable Silk Net Dresses,
Special $16.50
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The styles are most wonderful
The assortment is comprehensive
The choice is excellent ,
The saving is very substantial
Come Early
A white K\r\ for general housework,
MrM, H. M. Novius, 91 JCunt Front Htreet,
I it'll Bnnk,
WANTED.
Experienced"'saleslady for Saturday.
Vnnko'H Hpoclulty Shop, 24 Droad Ntroot,
Jlod Hunk,
I Di
;
THB STORE FOR THRIFTY
the
Free Alterations
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Carfare* Refunded
Extraordinary
Sale
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Specially Priced $100, $1.50, $1.98,
$2.98, $3.98 and $4.98
mum
Miitiiiuii
iimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiniiii
BEDDING PLANTS.
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PRICES RIGHT AT
Art Metal Ceilings in Houia on John
T, Lovett's Farm.
Art metal ceilings have been installed in four of the rooms in the
farm house on John T, Lovett's farm
on Riverdale avenue, in Shrewsbury
township. The designs ara colonial
and fieur de lis, In the telephone and
dining rooms side walls of art metal
have also been installed. The designs
used are Italian renaissance dado with
grapevine and fleur de lis frieze and
reeded stipple panel work above. The
ORIOLES AGAIN BEATEN.
Miitionary Society Fair.
work waa done by Daniel H. Cook of
The
young people's missionary so- Red Bank.
They were Defeated Sunday at Ateioty of Shrewsbury will hold a fair
lantic Highlands,
the square adjoining A. Holmes Melreie Nine Wins at Fair Haven.
AT THE END OP THE TROLLEY L.1IME.
About GOO persons journeyed from on
Borden's store at Shrewsbury tomorThe Melrose athletic club of Red
Rod Bank to Atlantic Highlands on row
afternoon
and
night.
Homemade
TELEPHONE Oil RUMSON.
Sunday afternoon and saw the and candy %vill be on Bale all day, Bank defeated the Fair Haven baseball
team
a
t
Fair
Haven
Sunday
Orioles defeated for the second time cake
articles and the usual features afternoon by the score, of 15 t o 8,
by the Alerts of Atlantic Highlands in Fancy
of
a
fair
will bo in evidence.
Hosketh of Red Bank tort Minton of
an eleven-inning pame by a score of 3
to l>« nulssncen, and ItfilialI he th« duty pertiilt thurefor; from the clerk ot, the
„.
omsxwAirci:.
Fair Haven knocked home runs. The
to 2, The Orioles had four now
tho street nuperlntendont to enforce IlorouKh, which permit mild clerk in auOIlbl.VANCK PHOH1BITINO OH- of
batteries for the teams were Allen AXKTItn-TINlS
players, Viviana, who pitches for the
Coming Show at Little Silver,
provlulorm of this ordinance by re-thorised tn Krimt upon liuymcnt by tlm
STKKKT8 OR tho
moval
thereof at tho cost and oxpenae of upplkMiit of n license f«o of two ilollurH
Hesketh and Fred Hohmer for Red SIDRWALKH THIS
Cubans of Long Branch, and MaOV I'lIK BOKOCGII the Jlyoprlotor
thereof, provide*! nothing ($2,00) annually UH a meanu of regulaA play entitled "Miss Fenrlesa and Bank, and Arthur Sickles and Adrian
honey, Storey and IIoRan of ElizaAND PltOVIDlNO FOU TIIK RK- In thlH ordlnnnre
contained nhnll apply tion.
MOVAb OI-- ANY AND AL.L OBbeth., The game was close and excit- Company" will be given in Church Minton for Pair Haven,
to
that
port
of
nny ntr««t lylnK between
Hoc, 4. Every norson vlolntlng any
STRUCTIONS THEREON, AND 11E-th« front ot nny
hall
at
Little
Silver
on
Friday
night
building m<\ the prop- provlnlun of. thin vnJliniinw s\\\M njion
ing throughout. In the eleventh innUUIUINU
PAVMKNT
OI-'
F
E
E
fOR
r
,
,
erty
butldlnif
line.
conviction thereof forfult nnd pay a. flnt%
mtm
ing with two out and u man on sec- for the benefit of the Little Silver
TIIK 5IA1NTAININO OF GA8OUNE
Sec. 2. AwnlnitA suspended from of not more thun twenty-flvo i1<illnrn, or
Snipping Party on L a m , h
PUMPS AND -RUNNING CLOCKS,
ond base, K. Stryker of the Alerts Methodist church, Tho performance
btiUtllitgH
with
u
cleartimN)
of
irvt'n
feet
lniprlnoned In the cuunty Jnll for Jiot
Ordained by the Muyar nnd Council over und above tho ntraet or Bld«w*tlk, be
r
Mrs. J. Henry Walling of Port Bo(ifI ttho
more than flva dayn. nr^linth.
knocked a single, scoring the runner. will be by members-of the Gleaners
Borough of Red Bunk:
society
of
Oceanic,
gnnolliip
pumps,
pedcntal.i
or
pillars
nupMonmouth will hold a "snipping Beir. 1. That wltliin /thirty days from
Hcc, S. And be It •tennrtedtlittt tl>I» orBoth pitchers were in great form,
only ek-ctrlo Unlit* or clockn In dinance nhall take effect 1 mined lonely,
party" on her lawn Bent menjh. and nfter ttu>'pamtiige of thin ordinance portlng
Stryker of the Alerts striking out ten
order, publla norvlcu HtclU and and all other'ordlntincr^ cuntrnry to tho
the strt'etB, uttlrwa.lkt) nnd ]>uli)lc plocen running
Packages valued at ten .cents or over of
Keyport Boy Hurt,
trolloy
aud
tc-Ieuliono polna, slmll bo ox-provisions h«r*of ore heruby revoked,
men while Viviana struck out twelve
the Borough thall bu cleared of over-
WILLIAM MEARS,
s
ii
Funeral Designs a Specialty.
CUT FLOWi»S.
RUMSON, N.
The Red Bank motor boat, club will
from the Inhibitions of thla orhold n regatta on the river on Mon-men.
Daua .Tune 21. 11)15.
v
Edward Quaekenbuih, aon o* Wil- will be strong from a Una, andhead Hlgns, HIIOII oov«rliig«. blllldInK PS- cepted
Vanned .lunti 21, 1015.
day, July fith. The prineipnl events
tensslonB, advortlslng devlcex, KOofta, dlnaneo.
patrons may eat them down for ton
liam
Quackonbush
of
Keyport,
feel
Bee. 3, No perfon or corporation ehnll
Approved.
wiirtjd ond liiorchnncllHo, and all otller ob- maintain
will be contests between hydroplanes
It payi to advertise in The Register, from a dump cart Monday afternoon cents a cut. The party will be forstructloiiH
any Kanollne pump or cK>ck
CtEO. M. flANDT, Mayor.
<}t evory klnrt nnd deecrlptloh, pedi-ntkl Jn
and motor boats,
or
on
the
itre«t
or
sldownlk
Attest:
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the
benefit
of
the
New
Monmouth
subject to tho cxrcpllons hereinafter net of the Borough Without ftmt bteJl
—Advertisement,
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and was badly cut and •braised. A.t?. HABRTBON, Borough
forth, und »«ld obnti-itctlbns are d l d
Baptist church.
• * ;
"arm, NutHwftmpi N, J,
friend. "The first time I flaw you I woekH old' 18.50 each. W. B, Dray,
Holmilel. N. J. Phone 27-,I.
laughed out loud I"
Arthur Pryor, Arcade Pier, Asbury Park, commencing Sunday, June
27th,- 8:00 and 8:15 o'clock.—Advertisement.
Giramiims, Cannas, Heliotrope, Coleus, Argeratum,
Salvia, Begonia, Alyssum, Petunia, Vincas, Dracaena,
English Ivy and Hardy Roses. Palms and Boston Ferns
from 35 cents up. Ferns for Fern Dishes, etc.
door every twenty minutes; Rood fiHliinjT,
free UNS of bunt. Sirs. A. Berger, box 93, cur como and nee this one. I'M, vonKat-
Plphlng- PISOB.
Phone 109-W.
AttEMTS WASTES,
RtJBBEB TTBE RUNABOUT ,
tengell, Mdnmoutb streut, Hed Rank.
MONET TO LOAN.
Oceanic, N. J.
A hearty laugh had gone almost
SEABEIOHT
Agents wanted for Red Iiank and all
flrst-claBS condition; double set me$1,700
to
loan
on
Hrst
bond
and
mortUmma West, pruprietress. Sanaround over the story of the flsher- RtiRe at 0 per cent, Hemliiekson & Stout, BiiiroundiriB towns; salary and commis- in
dium weight harness, for sale cheap for
Hi
d d
f V d
s
u
s
w
n
v
m
T
RrvEK.
rBoirr
xoof.
sion.
Address
Agents,
box
313,
Red
want of usa. Apply to J, 1. Monsky, 10
man who, to locate the place on theOrosid fitreet, Ited Bank,
One-half acre plot on Shrewsburf.rlver
Bank,
East Front street, Red Bank,
lake where he had had good luck, out
front for sale at most reftsonablo price.
Plenty of shade trees; sandy beach, Apa nick in the side of his boat. "Almost
POSITION WANTED.
BALE.
HOUSE FOR BENT.
English girl wishes position as chamif
milk-fe<l broilerH, very reBHo
around," for the Engllihman sat
Six-room furnished house, all Improve- ply for terms to William H. Hlntilmann,
ItHiuive at Ueltclnus Fruit and Egg bermaid or waitress; referenceH. Ad- ments, for rent at Uatontown; reason- Rumsoh, N. J,
solemn and silent. About five minutes iible,
dress M. Read, S2 East Front street. Red nble. ront; trolley runs by door. Address
N, J.
TOB SALE.
UPKOISTBBEB.
later, however, he awoke with a roar Farm, Scobey'villc,
FAEM WAHTED.
Bank.
L, F., box 313, Rod Bank, N. J.
Klve-rooin
ininKalow
with
riinninsf
PLANTS POB SALE.
Furniture recovered and repaired, curWanted to rent farm Of about 100 ivutt-r:
of laughter, and when asked the Celery plunta and late eabbaBa plants
lot nOxlnO feet, with Rood barn, tains,
draperies
Austrian shades:
ni/ivH,
or
will
trade
New
York
apartBAI.E.
in Monroe avenue. Will soil for Jl.iWH). laying of carpets, and
HTBD.
trouble, replied: "Well, wouldn't it be or sale. Apply to Albert Dennli, Broad Fifteen'acre'sFOB
matting and linoleum,
ment house for large farm or country Apply
of standing bay ond ten Man-led rnhn,Wabout
to
William
W.
Bennett,
Monroe
28
years
of
age,
trcot',
Eatoiitowji,
N.
J.
* corking good joke if that flsherman
Davenport sofas, couches, mattresBea
acres of standing rye for Bale, Mrs. with .lelllnjy ability; salary and eommis- estate; equity lafi.OOO, P, O. box Tnn, eniie, upper Broad street. Red Hank,
and cushions mado to order, Maltlnnd
John H. Patterson, Riverside Drive, Red slon. Only Iiigh-p;rade men need apply. New York City,
Thomson, 10 Wharf avenue, Red Bank.
ggot adinerent boat Wenext time Ke
TOMATO PLANTS TOM BALE.
Bonk.
Address G, lips 3 1 ^ Red Bank,
APSMBSOMf CAB FOR SALE.
Telephone 610-J,
100,000 Stone and Maryland tomato
COW P O I B A M ,
Model 1912,. newly painted and thorwent out!"
ilants for Bale. FiBld & Larkln, Mloheau
Oped
fresh
filmlly
cow
for
sale
or
FOR BAXE.
oughly overhauled.
IN in the pink of
BOARD ANI> PUBHIBHED ROOMS.
rent for summer. Can Vie HIM.II at
Guernsey cow, fresh, reasonable; also
If you want board or a furnished would
ioy Linden place, it, M. "Taylor, consboats, Holmdel pike, one mile from room
at
moderate
price,
one
Minute
tractor,
3 Peters lilaci', Red Hank, TeleFOB BENT.
Jlritawan, near Lloyd road, Mike Tansy from Broad street, call a t 01 White
A farmer wrote to the editor of an
phone connection.
farm.
Half house,
five
rooms,
with
Bummer
agricultural paper as followa: " I itchen,
street,
Red
Bank,
Mrs,
Smith.
$9 per month,
have a horse that has been afflicted print Btrett, Rod Bank, Apply at 41 OSTEB(I>OBFr MUSIC STORE.
SHOE SHINE PAEIOR.
POBTB, 15 CENTS.
Comforttibli1 cliah-.M at our nhoe shine
for
the
past
year
with
periodical
fits
w
PlanoB, musical inHtrumentB, sheet
chestnut
t
fence
ence
posts,
p
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s
,
extt-a
extt
Sawea
parlor. All work done inside.
Hats
POSITIOW WANTED.
4 of dizzinesg. Pleaee let me know what
muBio, eta. Tuning and repair!rig. 14 heavy. Get
t ready
d now for
f spring
i ffenc blocked
and cleaned. .The City shoo, lint
lady wIsIieB a pOHition to
j Monmouth street, near postoHlco, Red Ing,
Also chestnut planking, all alaes. and
it s I should do with him, as he seema to i Ytfunpf
glove
cleaning
parlor,
4
B
Uroad
general housework. Call or write 4R Innk,
Hollywood Farm, Everett, N, J.
r get worse Instead of better, I am dnden place, Red Bank,
street. Rod Bnnk.
afraid he will be unfit for work if
BANTANOELO
ft
MJLZZOCOA.
MTJBIO P l l i ' i l . 3 WANTED.
TOB BALE.
FOR SAI.E.
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, oeommrt«Si)Tiny
Imported . and doniestio bottlers and
-Mlsi P^-aTices
at,
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something is not done soon."
Paragon and My Maryland tomato
A one-horsp carryall, one .runabout and ealers
street,
Red
Bank,
desires
to
take
a
few
In
wliies,
liquors
and
"mineral
;
In the next issue this answer ap* mo btifTRy, till in good condition. L, fillers, BE-West street, Red Bank, Phone pupils for private, Instruction on tho
plants:'"also 00,000 T i n t Dutch cabbagr
plants at ilJiU per 1,000, O. HiilleuJL pcared; "When the nng is looking all 'Joyce, Katontown, N, J,
Piano. Terms upon application.
10-.I,
bakt', coriuM' UolKliton avenue and ltlver
t ri(j;ht, sell him to some one."
street, Hed Bank,
STANDARD OASOr,BNH
lETPOOT STEAM
^AVSOmi,
EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY.
nd automobile oil at Duvlson's auto and
II, 13. TlppoU. proprietor. Tlio laundry
First-class
farm
hands
and
all
other
LAtTNUBT,
ivagon works, Mnnmoutii street and
which has sntlsfled for yours. Front
Why th« airl Smiled.
Ired hoip; also man and wife position on street,
All hand . laundry work. All clothes
Maple avenue, Red Bank,
Keyport,
N,
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Dry
eltanlng.
A'
'arm. J, Miller, Eatontown, N. J. Phone card will bring us at any time.
bleached and dried in the open. No
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The senator and the major were
of any
139-R,
cchemical:)
h c
y kind
ki used. Murphy's
GET TOtJB BTOVXB U M
'r walking up the avenue. The senator
B
A t l i
I.riundry,
Bay Vi
View i^eniie, Atlantic
Let us repair your Btov0B now,
Highlands,,N, J,
was more than middle-aged and con- Schwartz A Son, Wtst Front itreet and
HORSE r o a BAI.E.
r
oRsau,
ahilsi sound,
ound, kind
kind and
and
sider obly more than fat, and, dearly Maple avenue, Ked Bank,
Bayy horse,, 14 % jiandBj
Dealer In fresh and smoked meatg of
HARVEST HOME.
or d
double.
entle, work NlnBl o
. Richard all kinds, ullve oil, fresh eggs and'fresh
gentle,
«^«s the major loved him, he aliq loved
Annual harvest home of the Ijlttb
bb
eedorf,
Everett
road,
across
Hubbard's
S
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f
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killed
poultry
ft
,
specialty.
72
Bridge
HORSE
FOB
BALE
CHEAP.
Silver
Methodist
eh'urcii will bo heli
[i M~ "his joke. The senator turned with a
ld
avenue, Red Bank, Phone 671.
Sound, true in all harness, good wind,
Thursday evening, Aueiirft ^nth, XTHiia
pleased expression on his benign Clwood Lane, corner Bank street and
COTTAGE FOB SAXE.
OKct'llent supper and otlicr attractions
TO WENT, FURNISHED.
, countenance and said, "Major, did you Tllton avenue, Red Bank.
Pretty
live-room
cottnKC.
newly TieketH HO cents.
Five-room cottugo, nluusant location,
painted
nnd decorated;
line
ffardin;
x see that pretty girl smile at me?"
four
minute!)
from
river;
|9n
fos
the
VISI FOX SALE.
POWITBYI POW
Address ,L., box 174, Fair Ha- L-hleki'ii iiuop; $aoo down, balunce like
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"Oh, that's nothing," replied his Throe BorkHhlle
plKH for Bale, seven
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Red Bank,
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Fair Haven.
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riiiidltliin,
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Specials in all Departments!
illIM!
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pi-i'TiTt
Sweet Breads 19 East Front St.,
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STIAM TVI.0AVIIIHO,
famous, was once associated in tin
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USED AUTOMOBILE FOB 8AI.E.
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MOHEY TO LOA5.
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s l m r t
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1 l i i i s i - m i i n v -M O I D f u r
ro» BXr.
iiliilini.
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A l h i i l l h
Honey
to
loan
In
BUHIS
to
unit
bori
throw it in the waite-paper basket.
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got time to do It myself."
TA»M WAITTBD.
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BED BANK DAIBT,
teriiiH If dculred. Clayton.Llnton Heally 1U8 Wnilai-11 Mtreet, He'1 Hunk.
H I I V O r i i ^ l i l i i i y i T . - : f u r I n i K r 11in 1 K i n i i H '
H w c M f r c a i n , jiiiru m i l k f r o m
o u r o w n .MDIIIIIIIIIIII Htti-i't, H i d Hiink,
George Ado obeyed his roqueMt Co.
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collie iln« liiHt. Hewnrd If r«-for
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lvituii'y
liiillilliiw,
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p n w i ' r r i i K i i i i ' ; i m i H t In Hiild f u r
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that the proper place for it was with Hod nunk,'
Htici.t, H e d H.'ink.
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B I T B I B ITOLIM
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l''i)i-il t o u r l i m c u r , n i l i n K"'»l oiinillildti,
DELIVERIES WITHIN A RADIUS OF
Reds—Hugh Barrett, George Lehman
Whites—Henry Seligman, George Slierman. G, Jason Waters, JTort Bnmbereer
Referee—William O, Stonebrldfle
Seo#or—J, F, Lanlgan.
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ANTICS OF LIGHTNING.
You can put an advertisement in the Want Department of The Register for a whole year for
exactly THIRTEEN DOLLARS.
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I'oril dpllvcry bodytorwile, Apply to
PUHl Wnlih, Little Silver, N. ,T^
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en, N. j ,
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AddreHB Box 7fi, Red Iliink.
Will pay the highlit market price*
for poultry.
If you want fresh ktllei
POB BAM,
condition and would make a suitable car
for .anyone. Priced very low, Kd, von- One platform spring butcher wagon,
, Monmiiuth street, Red BaiiU, iifiw; on.* twn-horne spring wagon and
one jump-sent runabout for sulej plica
no object, I have no place to store tlieno
DO8 TQB
fjoods on account nf the tire which deiralc ,Tapanowi> wilk liaii'oil terrier, a stroyed my outbuildings. A, B, Crawlady'M pet, will ride in automobile like a ford, Tinton Falls, N. ,J,
Imliy; Kood for Mhotv; will HOII n-usonnble. Also mesh liiiK fur Kiib'. 1'lione
, , « „ , , , H -.--.- K ,- K
31^. , .TOMPh^allHe, imx^S, Ited Bank.
« « J ^ ) ^ ^ ^ n N t a b l e Co.,
Vmmerly
N fiW Y o r k
CABMHTBE AWD •WrXDEB.
'
- furniture recovered anil rewMnriM*
hnildiT
lobhlnc i Pnlratl; awninss, Kliaile^, curtains, ilrnpsneci-iUv
S ' k am 1 W e e
nor" eles,- laylhg of ciirpets, mattin K> linonr i e it ohnrritotlre No 'fob t"o "nvill lp»<"- Mat'trosses and cuMhionn to oror too lnr K e.
ICKtimateB Klv.n,
Box ' ^ i T . Mc l t * lil i u V ,"l-'1nn 11 T
'
257, Atlatitlc HislilnndH, or NavoHink, Red Ijank. lelephuno 14-J.
2lJJ
_„___„__
_ - I CE4VfFEVS WAFTI POSITIOW.
FUBNIBKBD HOtJSE FOB BBMT,
fowlH or broilers go tn 12," \VeMt l>'i-ont
VO» BALE.
House of sgveii ronms, modern Im- street. Hod Brink. U, Dietx & Hun, gro
Two good wagons, suitable to convert
FOR BENT.
provements, for rent, furnished, for the ern iiiid biilchern.
into
jaggers,
$10
each,
1
1
,
F,
OrlggB,
Dwellinjr, oigbt rooms, improvements,
Inquire of Mrs, A,
Louise HendrickHon house, Middle- seaNon or year.
hot wuter l\cat, doslruble neighborhood. Jlary
Wymbs, Hudson avenue, Red Bank,
FOB, BALE.
town, N, J,
Apply toUawklns.Bratherg . - ; K l K l i t - r n o l n liuuHi' w i t h rUhliliiK W a t e r
nt noxinn
fuut,
on Monroe avenue. Wll
FOB BENT.
FIBBT-CI.ASS PLtrMBINQ WORK.
1
BtAOKBMITH U T S K O l p i l O l I ,
One or two furnished rooms to runt,
Plumbing, heating and tinning work of iiMl fin $l."0it". Apply t o Wi.llliim W
Krnnic Gray, prnetlcnl horHeslioer. The nil iniproyeinentH, near station, 102 the heat kind done quickly and at a reft, U'linett, Monroe avonui', upper lirpai
Brick Shop, 19 Meclmnlo Htroot. IDBtab- Pearl street, Red Bank, With or •with- sonablo figure, David H. Bennett, De- • tri-tft, Hed Ualik.
iHhod IB ybara in Ited Bank,
out board.
Normandlt avenue, Fair Haven. N. J.
PHTLIF BOCK,
1 Cliaulti.'ur with 1! years' exporlt'iico
Ladies' and KUIHH' ynrini'iits of every [ WIHIICM to drive pleasure or commercial
df.Ri'rijjtion clt'iincd. dywl and prt-Hsed at I car and dornpnirinH at your own garage,
Nhort notice. " Goods culled for and de- j I will sell you uiito_ siipplles^very reaSpeciiil contrsicts by the month. I unnnble:
livered, Sp
- - do
- repaiiH
. .diiily.
. . Call
. , or write
,-enue, SeuhriKht. X. .1. Phone j Joseph Pulisn, White avenue, near Broad
Ocfiin aver
street,
lied
Bank.
Bos
271,
Phone
31-J.
74-W.
BOABDING.
Xieely furiiiNlieil rooms for runt, with
flrst-claHs table board; centrally l n c u t c ,
ull* improvements, humn-Ukiv HurrounilIIIKH; reiiKimabln rntt^. Hudson House.
115 HudKon avenue. Phone lnil-J Red
Unnk.
FOB BEST,
A lady's locket found . ni-iir t h e T e x a s
Oil Cn.'.ii. uliint a t lied Bniik Tlmi'Hilny,
J u n e 1 il til. by J''. r . M"oyan. I t iM suliil
uiilil. '2i) eariit. nlmut the slK'j of \k dolliU'V tiirei' inithilH e n s r a v e d urt timis.
Owner Vim have sume upon deHcrlptioii
nl' contents uinl Inltliils. . d i l l n t 2BD
Shruysliury avenue, lied Bnnk,
Binall, briHiit npiirtiiient, furniHheil, .
Hiiilable i'or a couple, houieke'-'pinK ( " » • j
venlt'uees; litntHO uulet, imiilern liiipiiivi
B B X T O B S PAB.K.
ICveryono Htop puylnc rent and own
mi'iits: (,'einrnl loinliiJii, Call for par- !i n homo" of your own by piirchnsinR a lot
ticiiIarH a t »S West • l-'rutit Htroot, Itixl in center of Belford 111 Belford Piiik;
within rtve-cent trolley ride of Ited
Bank,
Bank, Atlantic Highlands and KeunsPnyiucntH in installments to Mult
LUNCB BOOK A»D MILK DBPOT. liiiiK.
l>ont diiliiy wlillo price la
Mrs, H, Wnlters'K luiieh room nnd Kan- purchaser.
reiisoniitile.
Address
Henry
Wfllling,
itai'y iiiilU depot. Kstabli»he,l six yeurs. Jr., l ' o r i llonrnciutU,
N. J ,
Meals sei'vod at all hours, tjulck se.rv-
THB BBOOND NATIONAL BANK
Of Rod Bank solicits your business.
OVSBLAND BUHABOWT TOB SAXB,
THE BBCOJTS KATIOKAX BANK
liutinboilt. (Jvciinliil un'1, in extra line ici>.
Home
cooking.
idil
M niiiii'jiit Ii
SEWIITO MACHINES.
WAMTED,
SAVE TOTJB OLD OAJBPETB.
vt nod lliinlt puys Interest on tiino do- Sovon UHod Bewlng miiclilnea of dif- BOO dwt. of old Bold. Old gold bought
Beautiful raverallile rugi made from I'onilltliiii, will be KiU'iifici'd, h'ii'Kt corny, .street, next to Stryker's. garage, Hed PABKER HOMESTEAD FOB BEXV.
poults.
•
ferent makes for sain, each warranted for for cash or exohttnged for new goods, L, old corpttB and chenille portlerps. Write first served. I t ' x ii dniidy for: a little Bank,
Parker liomestuad property, conipiiiVA. viiiilCattiiUKi'll, i l n n m o u t h
thro© yeai'H- | 7 to $1B. OeorRO WoodH, do la Rouisllla, jowelor, 3S Broad htreet, for oirdulara, .^ Amerloan Rug Manuffto- ...iipy
inft nboiit 18 aoren, on corner of Shrews- THE SEC0MD WATIOWAl. BAJTZ
NtriM't, Red Bank.
BRONZE T T O I E f EGGS.
Jr., & Son, 20 Monmouth street, Hod Red Bank,
bury avenue ana the Newman .Springs
tory, 298 Vermont •treat, Brooklyn,
Barred
Roclt
eggs
for batching, road, for rent.
Land is .especially
ofRe
Red Hunk 1H strong, safe and pro-Hunk.
F O B BA1B,
Thompson strain, $5 per hundred; White ndiipted to truck farming. Less than ft
ANQELtTS FOB SALE.
Kresnive.
W, B. McQUAT.
1
Diirk
liny
family
hnrsi
,
so<uid
niid
POB A BEAUTIFUL KEDALLION.
Pekin
duck
CEBH,
70C.
p«r
dp/.on;
also
i
\\
trom
Red
Punk.
The hoime has
A self player With a quantity of mufilo
m
e
Undertaker and embalmor, Offlco open
T H B BECOWD WATIOWAX B A R K
Portrait copied from any photograph rolls. Can bo usetl with any piano. For day and night. Special attention to allgrnUe; nlno IIUVIH'HH \\W\ twn-sealetl 3roiize turkey CKRa nnrt Riilnen CKKS. | twelve rooms, T'liii \isi\t\l farm outi!:irryii|l.
Price
rearfoniible
for
«i
uli-k
C, Uyruin, Upper Broad street, lied i tnilliHiius, all of wliicl) are in fine conof lti'il Bunk will
help hoiicBt iind enter- ii psrfeut likeness guaranteed. AddrdaB particulars apply at 300 Broad Htreet, calls, whether In or out of town. 15
llHpiiHal
Hoynl ."I'lirnis, Little Silver, Bank,
pilKing buniiu'81* people.
W: S. iJoyle, box 131, Anbury Park, Hod Hank. ,. "
! dltlnii, are on tho farm. B. Alien Par.
•
I'earl street. Red Hank,
Telephone,
, J , Phone iiS!l-M,
N. J. Your pliotograpli looks Ijetter on
ker, lied Bank.
BAMTTABT MZLK AND OBEAM GO.
1-OB SAXE CHEAP.
Oltli«n»' BtOldlnr ana t o a n A««ool»tion a medallion,
WANTED.
WUk products, freBh buttermilk and
KtandliiK
t"p
liiuneh,
2^
feet
lnntf.
I>',(.ban money to loan homo builders on easy
POTABK
POTATO BODIES F O E BAKE,
Work wanted by a»dored hoy. aged I I ;
SPECIALIST ON FOBD CABS.
eggs, Hpeolnl delivery 7:00 a. m, to 8:00also by u. Bill, a g e IIS, to a s s i s t in light
terniH,
Having dililiHiity In HecuriiiK tilftnecesKii'teen new improved potato bodlos, ft. beam, Lia-iuch dral'l, I'ar.iHuii cluicli,
No matter what may be the trouble p, tn. 33 Hast front itroot, Red Bank, housework. A d d r e s s Tlios. 15, Hpst, UN With HprlnR scat; jS-bnrrel oneH; prico ilwh teiiHlon lUiiKnctii, R-h, p. new. Bridge,. sary Hiipply for our fall and HpriiiH rowith your li"ord car I can repnlr It, IfPhone '57S,
PEABHON BROS.
Hank s t r e e t , Rod Rnnk. Phone UIO-J.
only $1H, Also two liny shelvlngM, Or- nit ciiMine. Address. .Murray Clayton, iluli'i'ineiHH", throiiKh tho usual channels,
your Ford is working badly or needs new
x i t , ur Players' boat club, Full' Ha- wo me prepared to Offer fnrmoi« or ilualder early, M. Kelsuy, plmiiy HS-I-'-fil
Keyport, N, ,1,
parts POO AUKUHt Qrovsen, Bl .Wharf
ven, N. ,1.
erH who may liuve larKu or nmall left
SLAQ B O O r i N O .
TOM BALE; COST HOME.
naMt ['"rpi'liolifr N. J,
avenue,
n«ar
Bteamboat
dock,
Red
Bank
TOM »ENT.
over lots of niuriato or Miilplinte of potLenity tin and slate roofs made tight;
Btrgen place, comfortable,
cosy, eight1
FurnlNhert room for rent. 18 White
iHli, top niarkit prices, paying Bpnt cawh.
HOUSE
FOB
BBITT,
room cottase; Brnttll stable , plot BOxlOB, also •water proofing side wallB and celBED BANK HA1B PAR1OH,
7OX BAXB.
Htreet, Iti'd Dunk,
Four family house on central nvenuu, State quantity nnd price aMkeil, N. .1,
qkden MeClttakey, 147 Hudson room 10, iniBner building. Shampooing,
Bargain, Inveati^ate, William A. Hop-lars,
Cow find calf two weofcB old, hal ping, agent.
Ueocb Htreut, lied lianU, for rent Fertiliser nnd ('lieniicnl Co., i:ii[ Wilt**
avenue, Red Bank, Telephone 400-J.
scalp treatment, hair dressing, marcel! lienr
(JUernacy, hnlf .Ter«ey| flue rich milk
JAHNEB ft WELCH.
for two i™mi,< tn family, at i street, New Yorlt City,
AlanufftcturerB
waving, inanicuriiiji, facial massage, ,Ariiingeil
CnrpeiHer/i and bullileiB.
P. O, boxhalter broken; a groat family cow. Also
WAGON VOB BAI.E.
....
per
month._ l-'or further piirtleiilnrH of Croxton- iirepared poultry Inimure,
HUDSON
COUPE
FOB
SAI.E.
switch
•making;
Kuntlemun'H
mauieurliiR.
two half Joraey and ilolstplns, IJ. A, & Runabout In firBt.clnHs condition for
208, SctibrlRht. N. .1.
npjily to A, IJ. IviiiH, IlcLjlKti'i' buildliiK, other complete, 1'ertlllKorM nnd clenU'CN In
J, P. Cotton, Oak Qlenn Varm, Kvcrett, Halo, practically an good as new. Will ho Iti nr.Ht-cltisH 1 1'unnlnn order, lni3 Mra, Lucy Holey and Mrs. Nellie Knglort, lied Bnnk.
fiirlUixer clieinli'iilfi,
model; Will ivmkt n )(ood par for nnyoiitj
N, ,1.
X. BTFUIV.
sold cheap for1 wont of UBO, J, H, Jones, doslrliiR it coupe; bai'Knln. Kd. viuiiyiit- Phono 302-M,
Remover of dead animals, Rid Bank,
LEO4L
PAPEBH.
Holmdel,, N. J.
1
tt'iigell, Moiyrioutii street, Rod HiMik.
WAHTBD,
TOP SOil, FOR SALE.
SV SEBVANTS SXCHANGXi
K. J. Telephone 129-J,
AmdavitH, acknowlodgmuuta, lenses,
Have, about tj>n aoren of standlnff rye bond
Kmploymont ttgeiioy. First"clasR,»he!p
and moi'tRanca, deedrt, etc., pro- Qood Btrong toijsoll for aale, Price ? i
JEABBOW
A
i
m
BTU1CP
PTJXLEB.
OABBAOE
PLAHPIB.
.,-hleh
I
dcHire^iarveHted,
Anyone
prefiirnlMhed for, liotols, clubB nm} prlvnt
- BIG BEDUOTI0NS
me. In my ofllc.o from elKht
Danish Hail Head, ]Jurpi>i-'H Surchcad, pared tu do hiirvcHtlni,' pleaMc write, pared by
Ohio ornhard disc harrow and HerouleB
at wlioi't notice, HervalitH' ref
to HIX. Mdwnril \V. Wise, jiiHtice cants per loud on the premises, at Mln«
In Hummer footwear ut D. A Mnzza's, 48 fttmllloB
perfection IJruinlioad Hnvor plnntH of Btatlng prlee, or plioiin Atlnntlc HIKII- o'clock
BroriceH tlioroUKhly Investigated. Miss Htunip .puller for Bale; both practically bant
of
tho
peace,
room 7, Klsner building, neslnlt "park, near Red Bank, Inquire of
street, Ited Bnnk.
20 eentw per ino; il.r.O jier ItiiidM 77-J. 11. A. Leonard, Atlantic Hod Bank.
Kmma Wost, Prop. Ocean avenue, Boa new; will Hell cheap, Judgon Conover, 1,000.quality,
George CurtU, iuperlntandent, on «•»•
J. T..JLovett, Little Silver, N, J. JliKlilandH, N, ,1.
Matawan, N. J,
brfght,
N.
J,
TXOOB on..
.
^
OT8W DANCES.
WABTED TO » t t T .
FOR SAXE.
flavo your <li>or ni using Totley'R MO
AUTO TRUCK FOR SALE.
SBNT POB. THB BEABON
- Syncopated Walk, Tlio (Jlobo Trot nnd
Ten-Mioui niodei n lioiiw1, nil eotiMin
oil, r>0 cunts per gallon.
Vmnllv boi.Mo, Hultable foi m n r p j , also
Have a one-top Rupld auto truck tn at Atlantic IliBhlanilB. furnlnhod cotOpem
TuliM).
rtc. i:iMd I'nrHon-i, exleni'i'M,
In
t;nod
o
i
d
e
i
,
lot
<•(•>.
1
"
>
1;
feet,
chtckenw und
Slate
PIANO FOB BAI.B.
nalp, model 1912. ThlH car Is miltahl
laRO, IIOUHB neur nbortv bitthliiK! rent
In
all ih'e ruodern ilnncea.
Instu
i u n t i d on I l u d ' o n iisemie. south of pert Instructor
Tliivii a 11)12 HIX-IS l'ierco aiitimi
n
Opera
pluno, in good
condition, |76 for many commnrclttl linen und nnyon
rl^lit,
Addreas \V. II. Settle, Atlantic pilci'B uinl whi'ji' can be Heen, und If lil.il lHrnneh
pa p
g
d d ll'n«llows<
ll
H
Tuesdaya, O
Odd
Halll l R l d m o o In oxeopllonnlly good cuiidltliin w
iivi-nue, $J,[i00 i a«di, balance on Td
nllowcd Look bo\ 2fi, llltrhlandi, N .1
l l l t '
l
t
ih-nlrlng u light truck nhould Hen till
HiKhliindn, N; J,
1
CulllnRton'H
ntore.
for ap130
Hroad
Htreut.
I'bone
iS
moi
tKHKf
a
t
T
i
per
cent.
Address
I
,
ii
C
,
on<>.
lOd. vonKattengoll, Monmoutl
will bu HaerKli-c-d for uuti^l?" id-ip
poilltllU'Ht.
box 313, Heil Hank.
O. ANTONTDES,
street, Rod Bank.
LADIEB' HA1B OOODS.
via* vom *AXS.
Wagon
\<',t\.
lniiHl bu HI'IMI1 to Im appieclali'd.
g
L. IC, DoiiKhiHff 1H a t lior pluco of blackBiiilth nnd wheelwright.
l
i
BorKBlilre I)1«H ror HIIIO for 17 a pair
1
TOB BAI.I1.
n upecialty.
Try
vonKnttcngnll.
Monnnuith
fltrewt, licit
HH and will be plouseil t o f»e« bin" work find auto Hprlugs
and
guntH
clothing
cleaned
J. H. Jones, Holmdel, N, J,
ublcMylliidcr
Detroit
A ia-h. l ,
Two white KITIH for nil around hbtol many customers. MIH. I J . M POUKUIHH, our aHpnniKUH knlvcn. 167 West Front
and dyed dents" suits prewiod, 50 cent». Hank.
Htreet, opposite Wo.st Htreet, Red Hank ollni)
In Uncondition, JIO.
llni) Engine
Engine n
work: flireo colored glrln an Rcno 18 Broad ntreet.
HultH cnllod for and delivered. Hod Hunk
via* VOM
b
i
1
l-ft
pownr
bunt,
ti-h.
p.
dinililo-e.yllndei
hoilRcworkorii,
rkorii,
and'
and
numerous,
othoi
otho
pl«H for mile. Apply
pjt
8teu.ni Dyo Workw, 24 Went Front Htrrot,
1
l
l
V
(IBM
IT
UBS
BEPAIBED.
l
ii
l
l^OKNIBKXD
BOOMS.
p
Positions
nlwnya
opun.
•
Phom
motor,
niuke
good
lender
for
boat,
In
Hue
to
. Oceanport, N, J,
9B ShrcwMbury avenue, Red Dunk. Phon*
Tv\ro largo rooniB, most comfortably
72-J, or ^nll ut No, « Wharf uvemic, Re
Furniture of nil ftlnila repaired. Ro- condition. ?!><•• Taylor, loot of Millt-i' connpftlonn.
Applications mo nuked for by th« i\orfurnished, 2 minutOH from Brond stroet storing of antique and mahogany fur- Mtreot, Hlgbliindf, N. J .
Hank Employment Ajionoy.
v o K & v o n u mT O » M i ,
OIIRII Council of Kiilj- Haven fur the jwniture
a
Hpeclnlty.
Honry
Oraueo,
Front
nnd
all
cars.
Inqulro
at
7
Drummond
~
UAXWILL SFXOXAX.
1Q0.U00 Stone aud My Maryland tomatc
J. H. JOHNSOW.
street, near Bouuiorn railroad. Rod Bank
place. Red Bank.
A Muxwcll Hpeilul In on my llooi Hltlon uf d>>K cntchcp In snl<1 H
pl ftntn tor nalci. Thomas S. Field, Rod
rOm u u ,
Hueei'Hiol to MiClieA lleeinift lioiiidilKhtlv
pi
iced, I'112 model, Thf car inApplications may bn M«nt toflhurlwiV<
ank.
B
Inu- iind lively ntulile.
Kxpn-ss mill (ill
At New Monmouth, house, atora bulld
•AXKBLADIXS WANTBD.
M, Doioiigh d o r k , Pair Hav«n, KF. 3n
xvATnra AT LOW COST.
llen^v IUILIUK. Autiinioblln MIIIM t o r lytiK In tliit-i'liiHH • unnliiK order mid'In miltInt. b«m, wason house and sheds, wit
In
TOM 1AXS.
able
Tor
niiinv
USHH, A vei y llttlo money and thoy will
cxperloncod,
wnnted
Radiation la low; put in nteatn and ladlen' fmnt^hliiK
oi Hhoi t d l i t . m e e
TouiliiK caiH fm h l w .
U>« f
two *or«a of * round; two minutes' w«l
Rtoio;
Rood
nulnry
will
Ket
tblH
inr.
I'M.
vonKattenKi'll,
Latent model Hmtth Prmnier type- ^from
tha troll#y line of flva mtnutai water tieat cheap. I would llkei to estl- nteady position, none \ind«r 20 yeurH o IVnliiHiiUi m e n u e , near Ociun nvuiiuo, Monmouth nticct, Rod Hank.
of
tho
uaunvlt,
on
July
lith.
writer. Aitdro«« Sroltli Premier, box 318 from th«
'•
your
want*.
D.
H,
Bennett
HoabilKht,
N.
J.
l'hono
1H,
tfoUayJunctlon. Apply to A. 0.
HBC need niwly. V. O. bon i«* "
Automobile Bnrgaln.
Applications Wanted.
Jtctt
O
,
H W Homnouth. N. 1,
i
, „ ."! ,^,,
Il,
•'A
THM H I P B»NK REQI8TKR,
RED BANK WINS PENNANT,
IMPROVING A PROPERTYSchool
Tiim Geti Championship Title
LITTLE SILVER HARVEST HOME.
* PLAYERS' CLUB SHOW.
It Will b« Held August 26th on th«F«lr H n w AetoiV Colon* wUl & * •
Show N « ! W . . L
of En»t Jersey League,
Church Ground*.
MANY CHANGES BEING MADE
The
annual
entartftinmmt of the
The
Rod
Bank
high
school
team
Tho
annual
harvest
home
©I
tho
TO A RUMSON PLACE,
won the East Jersey school league Iattlo Silver Methodist church Will be Playara' boat club of Pair Haven
Fi»nk O. Mtttag U Having Several pennant when it defeated Leonardo held Thursday, August 28th, on thewill bo held a t the Empire theater a t
Buildings and n Concrete Bulk- Thursday afternoon by nscoro of 18church grounds, Committoos to take Bed Bank Thuridny night of next
head Conitrucled—-A Number of to 2, Red Bunk Kcored in almost charge of the vnrlous departments week. Among the artiste who will
Other Improvement! to be Made, every inning, Kearney of Red Bank of tho harvest homo have been ap- appear are Gertrude Hoffman, Frank
Lambert!, Dorothy Jardon,
Frank 0 , Mittag of Park Kiiljjo. did excellent work, getting two pointed. Tho members of the com-Fogorty, Grapewin
& Co., Holdiworth
New Jersey, who bought the iii'st lot singles, one double and u triple at five mittees are Mrs, A. C. Baker, William Charles
& NorcroM, Edd(e Carr & Co., Pearl
on the Waril tract ut liunison from times at the bat. William MutthewH, It, Cut-hart, Mias Marie Wilby, Mrs, Brothers
& Barns, Mack & Co, with
the Land ruitl Loan company, is do- who pitched for Hod Bank, was in J. Elwood Ilurvoy, Mrs. S, L, deNelson, John & Jesse Powers,
vcloping the property for his" own oc- his regular form and he allowed very Fabry, Charles Embley, W. H. Har-Charles
Cook & Sylvia, DeWitt, Burns & Torvey and W. E. King,
cupancy. Mr. Mittug's original pur- few hits.
ronce,
Clayton & Drew players, tochase was a lot which hud fifty feet
gether with a dozen more acts which
frontage on the North Shrewsbury
will bo added between now nnd the
river iiiui extended 380 foot to the
night of the performance.
main i-oml leading from Hod Bank to
At the recent election of officers of
Seuju-ight.
the club Tony Hunting was made
Mr, Mittag ia the president of the
president, Charles Merritt vice presiMittau it Voider firm, manufacturers
dent, Arthur Fielder secretary and
of ribbons, carbon paper ami general
Lewis Hunting treasurer. Hap
typewriter supplies, and he bought
Handy was elected trustee for one
the lot at Oceanic as a place where"he
year and Richard McAllister was
could have a summer camp. He built
Some
people
say
that
13
is
an
unlucky
number,
elected a trustee for three years.
a I,»,'•.•.thyuse on the lot last year and
These officers hove the annual enterDont you believe it !
bci'upied part of the hoathouse during
tainment in charge and they are being
the summer months with his children.
assisted by Frank Martineau, who has
IliK family was so well pleased with
been in general charge of the many
tin' locality that ho bought the two
The
number
13
is
no
more
unlucky
than
any
other
successful entertainments hold by the
adjoin ing lots, which gave him 180
club,
feet river frontage and the same nurnnumber, and if you handle the number right you
ber of lineal feet to the main voad.
will find it to be the luckiest number that ever was.
CUBANS WIN,
In addition to being in the typewriter
supply
business"
Mr.
Mittag
is
Long Branch Team Defatted Bridgeintt•;it'.-;U'(l in the concrete conatrucport Sunday Afternoon,
tiuii business, and he is putting up a
The Long Branch Cubans defeated
nuniher of concrete buildings on his
I believe that THIRTEEN is a LUCKY number,
the Bridgeport team Sunday afterproperty for his own use. One of the
noon by a score of 4 to 2. The game
buildings is a two-story, twelve-room
instead of an unlucky number.
was one of the beat seen a t Long
dwelling, which will be ready for his
Branch this season. Throe double
oci-upancy within a few weeks. The
plnys added to the snappy play which
building faces the river and has a
I
could
give
you
lots
of
experiences
to
prove
this,
characterized the game.
Padrone
largo veranda across the entire front
started in the box for Long Branch,
of the house. Three large living.j
but
you've
got
one
experience
right
here
in
Red
The visitors scored three runs on him
rooms, a sunparlor, butler's pantry ;
in the first four innings, and he was
Bank.
and a Jutchen occupy the ground j
relieved by Acosta, who held the visitfloor. The second story is arranged '
ors runlesB for the rest of the game.
with bedrooms, a large office and" ii- j
Next Sunday the Cubans will be opbrary for Mr. Mittag. In the main '
When the telephone was first put in Red Bank
posed by the New York Giants, The
living room downstairs there is an '
no one wanted telephone No. 13. Some people
Giants were scheduled to appear at
open fireplace built with natural \
Long Branch earlier in the season but
stone, and the stairway leading from j
said the number 13 was unlucky. Some of them
inclement weather prevented the
the living hall to the second floor is |
game from being played. Sunday's
overlooked by a balcony, which will;
said
they
were
afraid
if
they
took
18
as
their
game will no doubt be a fast one as
be used as a music room. The house !
the Cubans take rare delight in detelephone number that their business would go
nas -steam heat throughout, and will
feating a big league aggregation,
be so arranged that Mr. Mittag's'
down.
family can occupy it at any time of !
Lucky Thirteen.
tte year,
A large concrete floor has been
put down about fifty feet east of the
new house. The boathouse, which is
now being temporarily occupied by
the Mittag family, will be moved to
this concrete floor in order to give
more room for grounds about the
house. A concrete building has been
put up at the rear of the side where
the boathouse is to be moved, and this
will form n part of the boathouse
when completed, A concrete garage
and hothouse, as well as concrete
driveways, help to make the place attractive. Water for the place is aecured from an artesian well. A large
septic tank is being built in the rear
of the house to carry off the waste
•water from the house, barn, garage
and other outbuildings. The place is
being built on sanitary lines, and it
is considered by architects and builders to be the most modern of its kind
in this vicinity. Just west of Mr.
Mittag's property is a five-acre tract
of standing timber, which is known
as Parmly's woods. Mr. Mittag is so
taken up with his location that he has
leased these five acres of woodland
for a term of five years with a prjy.
ilege of purchase, and he told a Register reporter last week he thought he
would buy the property before his
lease expired,
Mr. Mittag will build n heavy eoncretc bulkhead on the shore front of
his present property, and will so construct it that should he buy the adjoining property the bulkhead could
be extended along the shore front.
For a number of years the property now owned and occupied by Mr
Mittag was used by a lot of squatters
for camping sites, and when Mr/ Mittag took possession of the pnjpei-ty
these squatters moved to the shore
front of the Farm] jr tract. Since Mr
Mittag took possession of the woodland the campers have been forced to
find other locations and most of them
have moved their huts to the Ligier
property near the Oceanic steamboat
dock.
Associated with Mr. Mittag in the
typewriter supply business are histwo
sons and they are so active in the business that Mr.Mittag only spendsabout
half ot his time at his office. Me told
the Register reporter last week that
he was going to retain his place of
residence at Park Ridge but would
conduct his Oceanic home as a sort of
a playground for himself and family.
He has six daughters and it gives Mr
Mittag great pleasure to have his
children bring their friends to their
summer home for week-end visits!
Even staying as they are now in the
terapotayy quarters at the boathouse
Mr. Mittag and family entertained
over r, score of guests at one time a
few days ago.
Much credit should be given to
Mrs, Mittng for the interior appearance of their new home. The architect drew the plans for the home from
1
suggestions by Mr, Mittag, but the
interior finishings were designed by
Mrs. Mittng, and each room has a separate color scheme,
The effects
throughout the entire house are very
harmonious. The place is lighted
throughout by electricity, wires being
laid throughout the building from the
main road in lead cables put well beneath the surface of the lawn, nnd so
constructed that it can be tapped anywhere for additional service without
tearing up any great portion of the
trunk line. After the buildings now
in the course of construction are
completed, the grounds will be graded
and an ornamental fence will surround the entire property. In addition to being a practical man relative
to consideration of building, Mr. Mittag is also an nmnteur gardner, but
the ifppearance of his garden at the
present time looks as if it might have
been planted by a professional. _ He
has a large garden near {he *mnin
drive to the property, most of it having been raised by himself in his own
hothouse,
<• Mr, Mittag is an ex-freeholder and
mayor of Park Ridge and has been
active in public matters of his homo
town for a number of years.
BASEBALL AT EATGNTOWN.
Tallin from That Place Trimmed Tin.
ton Falls Nine Sunday.
The Imperials of Eatontown defeated the Crescents of T-inton Falls
at Eatontown Sunday afternoon by
the score of 14 to 4. A feature of
the game was a senRritionril catch
made by Appe» of the Imperials, The
batteries were Harry Miller and
Thomas Fitzpatrick for Eatontown,
and Joseph Tonal1 and Joseph Pollitt
for Tinton FQIIR, *
Beat Races an tha Fourth.
THE RED SAMK REGISTER.
RACES ON THE RIVER.
The Red Bank Register took 18 as its telephone
number.
Has the business of The Register gone down ?
Well, not so as you could notice it !
The Register prints more Want Advertisements
than any other country weekly in the United
States.
That doesn't look as though bad luck had come
with No, 18,
Throughout the country The Register is looked
upon as the closest approach there is in the land
to a perfect country weekly,
That doesn't look as though thecharacter and
quality of The Register had gone down because
of halving telephone No, 18.
A number can be made lucky or unlucky, according to the way you use that number.
The Register advertised its telephone number as
LUCKY THIRTEEN, and that telephone numberis probably better known and known to more
people than any other telephone number hi the
entire Red Bank list.
Making tflat telephone number well known helped
to bring business to •> The Register, and with
business coming to The Register there was opportunity to make the paper constantly better and
better.
Here's a way that you can make the number 18
YOUR lucky number.
An advertisement in Monmouth County's Market
Place—that's the Want Department of the Regis"Wr—costs 25 cents a week.
J. P. Andrew, and Louit Priek Sail
the Winning Beats.
The Jack Tar, owned by J, P, Andrews, won a bang-and-go-baek race
held by the Red Bank motor boat club
Saturday afternoon. Eight boats of
various sizes raced down the river
until a shot was fired. Then they
turned around and raced in. Theoretically they all should have finished
even. Louis Frick's Louisa F . was
second,
In a "lemon contest," 100 ping
pong balls were strewn on the water,
and men in motor boats undertook to
pick the balls out of the water while
sailing at full speed. Mr. Prick won
the contest by picking up 38 balls,
Alexander.E. Russell was second with
a score of 35, John Morrow, Jr., was
in charge of the races. A large audience witnessed the contests, which
were the first of the season.
—
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^
POLO MATCH AT OCEANPORT,
Big Crowd of Spectators and Fast
Game Saturda'y**Afternoan,
In a fast polo match between the
Reds and Whites of the Deal polo
club Saturday afternoon on the club
grounds near pceanport the Reds
were the winners, A large gathering- of society folk from the shore
sections witnessed this first match of
the season. Howard S. Borden of
the Rumson country club, who played
back for the Reds, was the star of the
game, making two spectacular goals
in succession.
The line-up-
If you put an advertisement in the Register's
Want Department for a full year, and give that
advertisement the amount of thinking and care
that every advertisement ouyht to receive, you will
find that the thirteen dollars you spent for this
advertising was the LUCKIEST thirteen dollars
that you ever spent.
»
QUALITY OUR LEADING FEATURE!
;
RETURNS FROM MEXICO.
Twine Saleitnan at Belford Describes
Troubles in War Wrought Nation.
Robert Thompson, a traveling
salesman for the American net and
twine company, spent a few days
with Harry White of Belford r e cently. Mr, Thompson returned from
Mexico a short time ago and he
brought with him specimens of. Villa
and Carranza Money, Mr. Thomp.
son says he had to pay fifty cents
war tax to cross the United States line,
and when he came back he had to be
vaccinated. Villa's dollar a t the present time is worth about 1% cents in
American money. An American buying anything in Mexico with Amen.
can money would receive change in
j Mexican money, which is worth very
| little in comparison with American
i money,
Mr.. Agne. Chappdle of Belford
Thrown Against Wall but Not Hurt.
Mrs. Agnes Chappelle of Belford
went out on the front porch of her
home last Tuesday afternoon during
a heavy thunder storm to lower the
top of a cellar way. As «he leaned
over the railing a bolt of lightning
struck a tree nearby and ran down
the tree trunk, Mrs. Chappelle was
I thrown against the side of the house
I by the force of the lightning, but she
I was uninjured. The lightning bored
I a hole in the ground about eight
inches in diameter and two feet deep
FARM- HOUSE IMPROVED,
j
Calves' Liver
All
Calves' Brains
for
Roasting
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F O B B E H T ,
]"or r e n t i n . M l d d l i t o w n VilliiKi',
no.it
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f l ui i i u n t l i l y .
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UaitMlioriiii,
MlddlutuWii,
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B O A R D I N G .
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fill
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and I'll wire for you. Frod B. Brower.
( j i t liuuil
;Julint,tliti.ll
1n litll
I B B U I I PLATINQ W O B I I ,
electrical
contrttctor, 1! Monmouth
HOUSE FOB SALE ON EASY TERMS.
In in rd lit niiiili'i'iiti
l
KlWniiil H. C i i r n w c l l , pi'np.
Ijuiil, Hll- N. J.
itreat, Red Bank. To!. §34-W,
H i - \ ill-I-i'.iHl lllMIMi' n i lM c O t l . l llti'
N t r i ' M ,
A certain sawmill in Georgia r e .
vi'l-. tilrki'l illlil iTDppoi-, All w n r k KiinrniiBOOS AND DAY-OLD CH3CTKS.
! w i l l H,• 11 f u r l l . n n i i ; t i - r i n s $ | i i " d o w n . Hi
TAII.OB.
cently acquired a new superintendent,
I.AHD80APE OABDENEK.
lci'il. 121 W i s i t F r o n t fitn-i't, IH-ar Aliiplt 1
Friini fiirel'nlly niiiti;d POIIH, p r l z o w i n h u t ,". < I % i r. i) f i e i ; i t i n n l u t r
Hi yenm ' j i e r n i u i i i i i .
.liillll W. Mriiiiii.
Experienced inndMotine gardener wants a v e n i i i ' , lli*il H u n k ,
i'4 whoso ideas of work did not at all
TOMATO PLAITTB.
Hutf
OrliliiKliiiiM a n d G o l d e n
<.'sim|
i ; ^ V | ii.itik-.
A ll l h : m d i v m t
i ' ll i ; m Wilt, r iiinl t n i l i - t .
W i l l fii'll t n ili-Hlnitili>
after work by day, woek or month. Apply to
agree with those of certain of theJune
Ines;
piii'i'
rt>iiKi)iHilili> u i i i i l l t y
ijniif--iil- !|
] i . . |,,
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.pairing
ii..ili>
d.iiii-.
i-"I.ii..l p u t s - .
Anihi-i'-Ji. M i i t i i i i w H , J o 4
Stono
tomutn
i>!untH
for
WANTED.
Garret J, Smith, Bdford, N, J.
V
"20th,
A,
D.
Conover,
Now
Monri'il.
Hriiokini'i'i!
K m i n ,
b o x HO, D f i i l , j w o r k
KIIIII n i i l . c d n n d u p t o (lutu.
:;
i-:aHi l - ' i i i n t H t r - i - t . i t i i l I l i i n k .
hands, He was a hustler, and difficult mouth, N, J,
KliHt-rltiBK liiitriilri'HH waiilM w o i k b y
N. J.
W h i i r f i i v e l l i i e . Ki-il H i i u k ,
t h e fliiy,
to hoodwink. Yet stern as was hi§
70S S I S ,
y, u r w i l l d o IIIIIIH^ I'lciiniiiK. M I H ,
TOUBINO CA» FOB BAtB.
ilVi'lilli',
Soyen-piWRcngisr aiitomobllo for blve SVilHimi Miiliinoy, near
SPECIAL
I temper, he had to smile at the proREPAIBI5U.
BIO BEDUCT1OH
by
the
diiy
or
hour.
Careful
Borvlco;
nt
Krlili'l
&
CO.'M
niiiiket,
Hen
Onnk,
for
Fiiir
Haven.
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•'• ceduro of two of the darkies employed I'HBII only, liri'iiHt of venl, J6c. iinuriil,
ulile ruled. Phone 17-W.
i-sliii
fi|iii|iiiHMit.
i ' u r l i n t s
i n % 1 , 1 ' , I) i ) ;
iind liii i m r t ' t i i r w o r k H HpiH-iiiHy. A l l w i i i i i i ' i i . A l l t i n : l a d - H i l a x t H .
Vli'iily"I
there, "Where are you going?" he I'ltona 306-M.
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A
l i n r R i i l n , t w o - n i i i n t u d K t ' b n o n e r , 1 0 0 iivi'Miii',
B O O H S VOm E E N T .
one day demanded of these two, who
I ' T i l 111!Mi'i'll i l t M i ' i ' i l i l . l i l l ' H
giUilMl , - * . l
iii-.'ir
ilniiiiiiiutli
Btri'i't, H o d ii j i a i r u r t w o n t t ! i 1H t l i n i ' . I ) . A , ^
ton
liiirilcn;
d r i i f t ; llrHt-i'liiHH c o n d l
Two
nlvoly
furnialieil
roomn,
a
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l
Im•FBOXAXi
• l U ' i i i i i l w a y , 1...MW n i i i m l i , X , J ,
Iiank,
.were shuffling along a i if bent on
US J j r o i i d s t f i ' f t , 1 I f i l H u n k ,
I i n i u l i i j o f C i i p t . JuHi-pli
Tuttlf,
t
t l h rofcronce.
f
A<
A<11 thin.
telephone;
Ut liliili'I & Co.'H lliiirkct, lU'fl Hunk, for
* nothing in particular,
South Hlvir, N. J ,
A, D,, box 313, Ited Iiank.
I
HUPHOBILE AT A BARGAIN.
only, H>gH of spring luinli, 24c.
ANTIQUES
FOE
BALE.
AUTO
f
"Boss," said one, "we is gotn' up to
"*• riiono 30fl-M.
One four-poMtor with canopy t"P. o n e I nvet'bitiil any kind of an initomo i i ] . j I l i i p n i i i l i i h s l l M ^ n i n - l i ' l . t i i k i i i i n
ilO BEWABD
SPECIAL PLANT SALE.
'
111
ut• a t a l o w i i l l i i w i i i i i i " , p i - r u n t
me In
' the mill with dis henh plank."
iiosk, oiii' s e t t e e utul u v a r i e d aHSiirtmeiit at
and abstiUUi'ly
BPECIAJi
CiiniwiH and diihlluR, 20
per v i off
nnir;
tliiirniislfiy n s e r U pe
t for fnr tlia return of Biiiall yellow femnle of o l d IlniillHli H p i i i t l n ^ printH. T h e n i l w o r k t o b i . M i t llM
f fiifMry.
S p f i - i i i l i s t '• I"'''' 11 " , i l ll,)1" n
1
1
"Plank! Plank I
I dont see anylit Krldi'l
Htrnyeil
April
12th.
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12th
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CO. iimikft, ,lied Uniik, for
r e i i d y I'm'U K , . I ' I U I H ' u i i i i - k
dnyH only,
l King'H iidvertlsi,
(Ji'.ir;;.|.;, T i i r n i ' l ' ,
Lftltlllion. Jllddletown, X. J . Phone l i l e k u p f iirt Hhiip, HO Hriiail Hlii:i!t, l i e d on carburi'l"!
,• plnnkl" roared the new superintendi '
l b l d
only, Hwiit
Hwiit's
HUKitr
curedd
11' y o u w a u l a l i a i ' m i l n .
t •:• I. v i > t i K a t l > n oil HHlt piiKe. Hcaii It now.
K
Bunk,
liorden Ktref-t, lied Hank.
27D-W Middlctown.
d
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r e l l , Muninijiitli Ntiei't, Ho.l linnU.
huniH, i
' ent,
e, pound, I'lioiic 3U0-J1,
SPECIAL PLANT SALE.
W I T I B WTAHDOOTES.
CABBAGE PLANTS.
f,
Not at all agitated by this display
SPEC1AI,
..riH find dulilliiH, 20 Jier print off for SELL YOuB OLD CLOTHES TO US.
POSITION
WANTED.
of
of tliu bigmlinf;
healthy
p l i i l i l H , j i i H t i-itjli ( C o r
Good prieea paid for old clothing. Call ourOne-half
' of tomp.er, the speaker looked down at ut Kiiiltfl & CO.'M market, nod Jiiink, for
(iiiyH only. Read Kind's HdvcrtlHi!n r a c l i l a t e H t a r o f Ilic H c a iieai!i>niy
oelcliratcd
Ktraln;
plotity
of
time
to
;
planting
now.
U.'i rents " piT Klfl: fu
g
,
or
phone
The
City
Dry
Uleaninjf
and
i-oiiliiierriiil l O l i r s e ileHlreH p n s i l i o n i i l
' his hands, then over hie shoulder. viiHh only. Hiignr Cured BlionldcrM, 13 V4c. nitnt on Inst piiKC. Head It now.
chicks from them tills seiisou. pur 1 .OOU. Also pepper and e '
Dyeing Works, 0_Sfee.liunlc atroet, near raise
riiniiiuri'lal
houkHoiiiiiiK n n d Kt.enniti;iSiiniiybrook I'urni, Ikitontown,
I'himo
ofl.e Ki'i' lat'ne advertivenient nil lil
if Finally to his fellow-worker he calmly pound, riioni! 308-M,
Broaii. Phone 2G7.J.
HOT WANTED.
plije wiiric will a l s o ilo t y p e w r i t i n g a t
2130-R,
[•
observed^
"Well,
dont
dat
beat
all,
W,
K.
KiiiB,
Little
Silver,
N.
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SPEOIAI.
iiomc,
AIIHS M a y \V;ilJh.
HhriWHliuiy
Boy wanted, experienced '>r bnnlnnc'r;
SITTJATION WAHTBD.
ut Kiiunl &, OO.'H market, net! Bank, for Htpady work, diniiwlt'k'n gold luiit' faca v i ' i i i i ' ' . Sti-il l l i i i i k ,
1'hoii,) ! I i i - W .
,; Tom! Ef we aint
gone
an'
clean
r
U
B
l
m
U
M
MOVIBS.
KEYS
TOUHD,
1
Boy,
in,
wantK
IlKbt
work
with
farmer.
cash
only,
BoriTuh
lt'i»n
pot
roftHt,
very
toly,
\'l
Spring
Htreet,
Hi-il
Hunk.
. \Y. Henneit •&• Co., fuinituri; and
Hirm of keys found at Hulindel,
r fergit dat plank! *
tendor, ISo. pound, Phono 308-M.
Kijixl home In preference to wages. Write can
WINSOW CLEANING.
""•-?• ". - b proving
i
moved, general
eartin^,
property ajid pianos
by
' i l l l lliiivo
l l l l V f saiiiH by
g
^ lari;e auto
p
for piirtieiiliiiH, Mrs, T.eVulley, 272 Her-tpnylnw
We make a specialty of denning winWANTED.
Rstld
l
t
K
d
d
f
I
l t distiiiieu,
dit
R
tl
for
tliiH
adyertlHemeiit,
Kdward
or
Kliort
SPECIAL
bert
(street,
lied
Bank.
van
for
•dows
O
f
stores, offices and private resiclmuffiiur
to
drive
enr
and
T I B O. O. X>
2U:; Herbi-rt
W. I'errhH', iioiindel i n n , Holnitlel, X, J .niatOH t;lv«-n oil a l l work,
at iiridtJl & Co.'s murket, Red Blink, for
dences; also 'general office
eleanlnK,
to work In u inllk dairy, A. Graver,
Hti'i?et, Hed Hank.
Telephone.
•Phone ii.
WASHING.
giiHli only, prime ribs of hoof, none bet- Shrewsbury, N, J. Plione 400-W.
Rates reaHOnable, Siitlsfartion BiianinAn Eip*ri»no» of Thi« S l l t u t laftLon- ter, 22c,-pound. FhuTie 306-M,
Have your waahlnR done a t the Jeraey
teiid, 2 4 West Fiont strijet, with
d
Coast laundry. Family wash, rough dry,
5l
don HonpltRl.
SOBiE FOB BALE.
Strong, healthy plants, just rlRht for ! Bank steam dye works. Ph
Phone115-tt.
MisR Mario II, Wilby, Little Silver, an
FOB, BENT. •
S
O
cent«:
flat
work
Ironed,
IB
cents.
Qood strong horse, kind and frentle,
cxpprleneod tenilifr, will tutor pupils In p l u n t l i i K l i u U " , LTI i - c i i t H i n - r i n n ; ( : ' - In tiie London hospitals the ailment Kiglit-room IioiiBe, iiiclutllng fruit and (foocl
Mil
vvllllng worker. Apply to W, i\ Phone 204 Red Bank.
l b
gi'ornetry,
h
history,
i ty,Knu^Hli
aamii j)i.i- 1,1(00. Also pi-ppiT anil I'KKPhu
g y ,t
u
of the patient, when Tie is admitted, is shlido tri'L'H and stable, Patrick IJutler, Htllly, 21 Pearl wtreet, Red Bank,
Severnl
liunrlifM nf keys liavu boi-n loi t
Hco
liii'Ko
advertlKiMiient
mi
l
a
s
t
pi'
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l bj
Beabrlght,
N.
J,
LADIES
AND
BOYS'
nt 'rlie llpRister iiffit'c whltth imvc li i
school Hiibjerts, TerniH on ap- \V. K. Kirn?. IviUlo S i l v e r , X. .1.
denoted by certain letters, such as
.scrolul-hiinil MIKIUH, bettor than a imir nf pllcntlon.
foiinil in thfK viulnity,
1'ni'fii'S h a v i n g
FOB S A B ,
"T. B," for tuberculolis. An Am_ericlierip new oneH. 00 cents a pair, nlieup
lost keys will nrobahly find them ninonsc
__
Lot
on
Sladi.Hon
avenue,
near
Berfren
Wnt
A, BIEBEM,
TOP BOH. worn SAXE.
EOBSE1
r
E,
John,
.cornor
Wharf
avumio
and
Kiwt
'4 can doctor waa examining these his- t ManaBciuan
tbn lcit, Ciin hii%-i» Hume by proving propTwo
and bluestone place, for sale, 40x140 feet. Apply ot I'rrint street, Rod Bank.
hand
bottler of nncl dealer In Ruiil'ert's, llensfur Kiilo,
•f tory slips when his curiosity was ioraenlnga' willgravel
nhlo for lively ur wurk HtirHes;
also siiltfive- i lcr's and iJoelKer'H popular Jicers, e r t y and paying for this advertisement.
deliver tame, Cliaflea 34 Shrewsbury avenue, Red Bank,
year old burse, sound mid WI'IKIIM 1,21)0 J CJiiinness' Stout and Bass silo and Dnnvii
'..' aroused by the number on which the Burd, Red Dank,
BOATS FOB
TBTMMED PANAMA l A T i ,
K ' | SSt o u t . W
Wi
l[ kiliils
kid
miihil^
L o u ils H i i f t e l , O v e r l ch
i o kk Kiii-m,
h u - s u nd
d lli
i q u o r s off nil
SAXON B.OADBTER rOB. SAi.E.
letters "0. O, K," appeared, He said
TOBD RUNABOUT BODY,
Twenty-one feet liy KIX feet, S-h. p.iiteil
L i t t l e beauties, li.OS while they lint.
Hank,
'
IS-aO B r o a d s t n u t , Kc-yport, X , ,1,
A
191B
Saxon
roftdfiter
cheap
for
easli.
hKiutiful trlmmeil h a t s a t | 1 iinil
to the physician who was showing him with top, brand new, for sale for |2B.Apply to J. H, Black, Nutswamp dis- two-cylinder Palnifr, jilmp Hptiiit. Also
Hpecd boat, 20x3 Va fei-t. Alburt 1^. l.oiix,
to J. I, Jlonsky, 10 Bast Front
riport coats anil HkirtH. fu,08 for
around: "There seems to be a severe Apply
i P A M M E H T POB SENT,
WAHTBD.
tillery. Phone 790-M Mldaletown, :
Atlnntlc Highlands, X, J,
street, Red Bank.
th'ro'iiKhiiut."
toilut,
makliiR.
your niitti-riiil i n , only
g t Bi-lnK y
Kour
, K
K
House- fnrnlslu'd for the month of
epidemic of this G, 0, K, in London,
1
one
diiy'K
nutlcu required, tiorey
bath,
raiiKi
connected
with,
Htatiomiry
July
fur
adult
family;
not
above
$
"
n
or
MONET
TO
LOAN
WILLIAM
k".
REXLLY.
BOOMS
FOE
RENT.
What is it, anyhow?"
Phone
Red Hank or Bfubrmlit or vicinity. tubs nnd bath, china closet: fi t-'ompl^to linery 'Shop, 67 Bi'uad Ktroet.
Furnished rooms for rent, Kuitnbln for fat);
itaple and fancy groceries. Estab- on flrit bond and •mortgane on Impr ved
W, U, A., 14 Drummond pUu-e. npurtmont; in tin.- Weller buildlns;, Hruud fiOnn
"Oh, that means 'God only knows,' " llMhed
20, years. _ 21 Pearl street, Red property in Bums to Bult borrower*, Al- iiKht bouBrkeeplnK, in private family: Address
t t
lli'il Hani.:. Ajiply In Hti'lc.
yton Beekman, attorney, Red Bunk.
replied the English physician.
bimtly to station and t'lmvcnlcnt to river. Re,l iiank.
LOOKING TQtL B Alt GAINS 7
Bank. Phono 10-R.
4fi Rector pluee, Ri;d Bank.
If so, see our furniture and household
BOAEDIKO.
TOMATO PLANT SIGNS FOB BAKE.
ro» BALE.
specialties,
Kntire contents of hotels,
POSITION WANTED
The Monmouth iloiise. Bonrd by day
Mitchell touriim ear, 191 a model,
Thosu having tomato pliints for Hale
A Mournful Mourmr.
A S S VANS F Q « M A I E .
b d i
h
t tBH
g bought
b o h t for
for
aa driver on delivery wagon, experienced
ur welkk alio
lino, boardlne
houses anddOuttug
l tnbl«
bl bnir.1:
b d cm tVollov
ll li
newly painted
i d and
d In
l
can
buy
a
suitable
slRn
printed
on
musQaaelino
pump
and
tank
for
gain;
cawith horseH, Address L. C, !•'., general lin by calling at The Register ofnee,
two m i n u t e walk" from "Uroart street, spot cash
Dellyerloa free of c h a cw .
Down in Georgia a negro, who had delivery.
pacity of tank, 27S gallons; tank and can be "IxiiiRht richt by quick buyer, at to
•
ciiinforts,
lira
i
Bchwarta'a
furniture
stores,
Red Bnnk,
k
lOS-llO
I'M, vonKattengell's, Monmouth atreot. All home eookinK: hom
pump are brand new, Apply to D. H,Red
His life insured for several hundred
outh street.
! WeHt_Front itreet, eorntr JIapl e avemie,
G. Bostwiek, 114 Monmouth
Bank,
Bennett, Fair Haven, N. J.
VO% BALE CHEAP.
ttANDS0M3: TOTJRXNQ CAB
dollars, died and left the money to his
Rea
Bank,
Half cabin launch, 22 ft., 8 ft. beam,
vent by day, week, month oi' Bt
WOION WABTM,
JJlGS I T J i i l AHD BABN TO I E O T
widow. She immediately bought her- for
POB
Apply at RoyRl Farms, Ijlttle allver, 6-bone power onBlne; fully equipped.
FEEEPHOOP PORTABLE QABAOES.
Wanted, buff room operatives; steady
Roomy box ami .straight stalls, ample
n ,
self a very elaborate mourning suit, X, J, Phone 169.J1.
Jerolamon's boat yard, Galilei, N, J.
e , ady Amhem
Amherat and
work.
Rood
pay, short hours. Apply to
Ford special frame, $2.5; steel cote,
a^
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a
n
d
™
f
»
f
d
d
T*tV^a^'^c^t
i
l
l
t
n
L
?0
p
English
pheasants:
also
eggs
of
the
Showingjhej* purchase to her J r i p d ,
iliiee for polo pnnles or ti'siiniiiK Ktaliles, R. C." Bii'kPretHff, 121 Shruwsbiiry ave- 148; all steel, |S9. Save public garage
----••-BTOVE
STOBAQE.
HQWE
TO
O
H
.
above
named
variety,
Glanrnary
Farm,
Will pay "for itself in short
ehe was very particular in going Into
I'tirnia reasonable,
Qlimartln, SlirowH- ime, Hed Bunk, lifter T;(Hi p, m. Slun- expense.
Liet us' store your stove or range for Riverside Drive, Red Bank,
11,000 on flrat mortgage around Red
time. Oarage heater, $2B, Send for
nlng-L.oeb Company, Matawan. N. J.
iiury road.
details aa to prices and all Incidental Bank.
Franoifc White, Monmouth street the •ummar, L, Bchwarti & Son, sucfurther particulars, Belmont Stewart
particulars, ,Jier friend was very at Broad, Rud Bank,
cesior to W, J, Button, Broad street.
HOOVER DIGGERS.
Iron Works, 1307 Flatiron building, fcew
WANTED AT OHOE.
YACHT FOB SAXB.
I have 1315 Hopver digKttrs and fix- Bncrlflce, mahogany cabin yacht, SO
much impressed, and remarked^
,
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Reliable HiiiRle man to aHHlston farm •York City.
SEAS
ANIMALS.
FAE1I MACHINERY FOR BALE.
tures for repairs.' Machinery delivered ft., 7 ft, beam; 16-horse power engine; and grocery delivery wagon.
3U
"Them aho is (ine^cloes, but, bafo'
I
remove
dead
animals,
horses
and
when
ordered.
Charlr-H
p.
Conover,
teleMowers, rakuH and hay ttdderR, hay
th and
db
d duly
O lone having SHOE E E P A I B I N G AT SHOBT KOT1CE
toilet, wash basin, electric light; com- I PIT iiinnth
board,
heaven, what is yo* goin' to do wif allshelvingB
anil potato bodies, O, H, Hur- cows, and j a y | 1fthead, Richard Con- phone 72-f-fi Holmdel, N.^J.
piute'equipment, icrolamon'a boat yard, htul eNperieiife In farming npod._upply. I
•iivu your MlHifs whun you come t o
nora, Wayside, N, J, Phono S40-F-41,
dis black underwear?"
ley, Shrewsbury, N. J.
Sallies N. J.
' J-K - HtuTinKton, JlorKiinville, .N. J,
town and" they will bo repaired for you
HOUSE FOB SAXE.
The bereaved one sighed: "Chile,
_
y
t ^ y i ^ w »
fl
Six rooms and bath, reception TiaTl and"
TO 1BW.
6i.w * 6 t r t r E S i r O o w a O
BOAEDIHO.
Klrst-class materiul and extiert woikDry goods,
.when I mourns, I mourns,"
goods notions, clothing; also all Improvements, for sale" at a reasonFurnished or unfurnished roomBi all boots
I
have
tin
Overland
1
S
I
1
:J,
praotieully
First-class
boni-dinn
house
facing
the
meii together with moderate* pricc-s, 1),
US
USS
Shrewsbury
h b
ave- able price. Applf to Percy Woleott, river, luree eroinids, trolley passing the a g d a 6 , 1 1l1l l li ca li ug
t and
d shoes,
h
Improvements,
inelucllng
telephone.
S
^ff'Jl.^" ^^
^ ^ ' , . ^ . . ; " ^b1 1 'h! ^ At M
MM i OS
S Broad
B d street.
t Red
R d Hunk.
H
nue, corner Leonard street, Red Bunk,
Drummond place, Ht«d Bank,
Phone 330-J Ked Bank, ,
right for spot cash. If Int«riant>'d in a
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STORE
LONG BRANCH,
Just Received SO Most Beautiful
Silk Dresses and Gowns
Embracing the most unusual collection of smart style
models. No prettier showing has been possible before.
Elegant Taffeta Silk Dresses, - $12.50
Beautiful Crepe de Chine Dresses, $12.50
Fine Tub Silk Dresses, - - $15.00
Exquisite SilklCrepe Dresses, • $15.00
Modish Pussy Willow Silk Dresses, $15.00
Ultra-Fashionable Silk Net Dresses,
Special $16.50
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The styles are most wonderful
The assortment is comprehensive
The choice is excellent ,
The saving is very substantial
Come Early
A white K\r\ for general housework,
MrM, H. M. Novius, 91 JCunt Front Htreet,
I it'll Bnnk,
WANTED.
Experienced"'saleslady for Saturday.
Vnnko'H Hpoclulty Shop, 24 Droad Ntroot,
Jlod Hunk,
I Di
;
THB STORE FOR THRIFTY
the
Free Alterations
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Carfare* Refunded
Extraordinary
Sale
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Specially Priced $100, $1.50, $1.98,
$2.98, $3.98 and $4.98
mum
Miitiiiuii
iimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiniiii
BEDDING PLANTS.
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PRICES RIGHT AT
Art Metal Ceilings in Houia on John
T, Lovett's Farm.
Art metal ceilings have been installed in four of the rooms in the
farm house on John T, Lovett's farm
on Riverdale avenue, in Shrewsbury
township. The designs ara colonial
and fieur de lis, In the telephone and
dining rooms side walls of art metal
have also been installed. The designs
used are Italian renaissance dado with
grapevine and fleur de lis frieze and
reeded stipple panel work above. The
ORIOLES AGAIN BEATEN.
Miitionary Society Fair.
work waa done by Daniel H. Cook of
The
young people's missionary so- Red Bank.
They were Defeated Sunday at Ateioty of Shrewsbury will hold a fair
lantic Highlands,
the square adjoining A. Holmes Melreie Nine Wins at Fair Haven.
AT THE END OP THE TROLLEY L.1IME.
About GOO persons journeyed from on
Borden's store at Shrewsbury tomorThe Melrose athletic club of Red
Rod Bank to Atlantic Highlands on row
afternoon
and
night.
Homemade
TELEPHONE Oil RUMSON.
Sunday afternoon and saw the and candy %vill be on Bale all day, Bank defeated the Fair Haven baseball
team
a
t
Fair
Haven
Sunday
Orioles defeated for the second time cake
articles and the usual features afternoon by the score, of 15 t o 8,
by the Alerts of Atlantic Highlands in Fancy
of
a
fair
will bo in evidence.
Hosketh of Red Bank tort Minton of
an eleven-inning pame by a score of 3
to l>« nulssncen, and ItfilialI he th« duty pertiilt thurefor; from the clerk ot, the
„.
omsxwAirci:.
Fair Haven knocked home runs. The
to 2, The Orioles had four now
tho street nuperlntendont to enforce IlorouKh, which permit mild clerk in auOIlbl.VANCK PHOH1BITINO OH- of
batteries for the teams were Allen AXKTItn-TINlS
players, Viviana, who pitches for the
Coming Show at Little Silver,
provlulorm of this ordinance by re-thorised tn Krimt upon liuymcnt by tlm
STKKKT8 OR tho
moval
thereof at tho cost and oxpenae of upplkMiit of n license f«o of two ilollurH
Hesketh and Fred Hohmer for Red SIDRWALKH THIS
Cubans of Long Branch, and MaOV I'lIK BOKOCGII the Jlyoprlotor
thereof, provide*! nothing ($2,00) annually UH a meanu of regulaA play entitled "Miss Fenrlesa and Bank, and Arthur Sickles and Adrian
honey, Storey and IIoRan of ElizaAND PltOVIDlNO FOU TIIK RK- In thlH ordlnnnre
contained nhnll apply tion.
MOVAb OI-- ANY AND AL.L OBbeth., The game was close and excit- Company" will be given in Church Minton for Pair Haven,
to
that
port
of
nny ntr««t lylnK between
Hoc, 4. Every norson vlolntlng any
STRUCTIONS THEREON, AND 11E-th« front ot nny
hall
at
Little
Silver
on
Friday
night
building m<\ the prop- provlnlun of. thin vnJliniinw s\\\M njion
ing throughout. In the eleventh innUUIUINU
PAVMKNT
OI-'
F
E
E
fOR
r
,
,
erty
butldlnif
line.
conviction thereof forfult nnd pay a. flnt%
mtm
ing with two out and u man on sec- for the benefit of the Little Silver
TIIK 5IA1NTAININO OF GA8OUNE
Sec. 2. AwnlnitA suspended from of not more thun twenty-flvo i1<illnrn, or
Snipping Party on L a m , h
PUMPS AND -RUNNING CLOCKS,
ond base, K. Stryker of the Alerts Methodist church, Tho performance
btiUtllitgH
with
u
cleartimN)
of
irvt'n
feet
lniprlnoned In the cuunty Jnll for Jiot
Ordained by the Muyar nnd Council over und above tho ntraet or Bld«w*tlk, be
r
Mrs. J. Henry Walling of Port Bo(ifI ttho
more than flva dayn. nr^linth.
knocked a single, scoring the runner. will be by members-of the Gleaners
Borough of Red Bunk:
society
of
Oceanic,
gnnolliip
pumps,
pedcntal.i
or
pillars
nupMonmouth will hold a "snipping Beir. 1. That wltliin /thirty days from
Hcc, S. And be It •tennrtedtlittt tl>I» orBoth pitchers were in great form,
only ek-ctrlo Unlit* or clockn In dinance nhall take effect 1 mined lonely,
party" on her lawn Bent menjh. and nfter ttu>'pamtiige of thin ordinance portlng
Stryker of the Alerts striking out ten
order, publla norvlcu HtclU and and all other'ordlntincr^ cuntrnry to tho
the strt'etB, uttlrwa.lkt) nnd ]>uli)lc plocen running
Packages valued at ten .cents or over of
Keyport Boy Hurt,
trolloy
aud
tc-Ieuliono polna, slmll bo ox-provisions h«r*of ore heruby revoked,
men while Viviana struck out twelve
the Borough thall bu cleared of over-
WILLIAM MEARS,
s
ii
Funeral Designs a Specialty.
CUT FLOWi»S.
RUMSON, N.
The Red Bank motor boat, club will
from the Inhibitions of thla orhold n regatta on the river on Mon-men.
Daua .Tune 21. 11)15.
v
Edward Quaekenbuih, aon o* Wil- will be strong from a Una, andhead Hlgns, HIIOII oov«rliig«. blllldInK PS- cepted
Vanned .lunti 21, 1015.
day, July fith. The prineipnl events
tensslonB, advortlslng devlcex, KOofta, dlnaneo.
patrons may eat them down for ton
liam
Quackonbush
of
Keyport,
feel
Bee. 3, No perfon or corporation ehnll
Approved.
wiirtjd ond liiorchnncllHo, and all otller ob- maintain
will be contests between hydroplanes
It payi to advertise in The Register, from a dump cart Monday afternoon cents a cut. The party will be forstructloiiH
any Kanollne pump or cK>ck
CtEO. M. flANDT, Mayor.
<}t evory klnrt nnd deecrlptloh, pedi-ntkl Jn
and motor boats,
or
on
the
itre«t
or
sldownlk
Attest:
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the
benefit
of
the
New
Monmouth
subject to tho cxrcpllons hereinafter net of the Borough Without ftmt bteJl
—Advertisement,
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and was badly cut and •braised. A.t?. HABRTBON, Borough
forth, und »«ld obnti-itctlbns are d l d
Baptist church.
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"arm, NutHwftmpi N, J,
friend. "The first time I flaw you I woekH old' 18.50 each. W. B, Dray,
Holmilel. N. J. Phone 27-,I.
laughed out loud I"
Arthur Pryor, Arcade Pier, Asbury Park, commencing Sunday, June
27th,- 8:00 and 8:15 o'clock.—Advertisement.
Giramiims, Cannas, Heliotrope, Coleus, Argeratum,
Salvia, Begonia, Alyssum, Petunia, Vincas, Dracaena,
English Ivy and Hardy Roses. Palms and Boston Ferns
from 35 cents up. Ferns for Fern Dishes, etc.
door every twenty minutes; Rood fiHliinjT,
free UNS of bunt. Sirs. A. Berger, box 93, cur como and nee this one. I'M, vonKat-
Plphlng- PISOB.
Phone 109-W.
AttEMTS WASTES,
RtJBBEB TTBE RUNABOUT ,
tengell, Mdnmoutb streut, Hed Rank.
MONET TO LOAN.
Oceanic, N. J.
A hearty laugh had gone almost
SEABEIOHT
Agents wanted for Red Iiank and all
flrst-claBS condition; double set me$1,700
to
loan
on
Hrst
bond
and
mortUmma West, pruprietress. Sanaround over the story of the flsher- RtiRe at 0 per cent, Hemliiekson & Stout, BiiiroundiriB towns; salary and commis- in
dium weight harness, for sale cheap for
Hi
d d
f V d
s
u
s
w
n
v
m
T
RrvEK.
rBoirr
xoof.
sion.
Address
Agents,
box
313,
Red
want of usa. Apply to J, 1. Monsky, 10
man who, to locate the place on theOrosid fitreet, Ited Bank,
One-half acre plot on Shrewsburf.rlver
Bank,
East Front street, Red Bank,
lake where he had had good luck, out
front for sale at most reftsonablo price.
Plenty of shade trees; sandy beach, Apa nick in the side of his boat. "Almost
POSITION WANTED.
BALE.
HOUSE FOR BENT.
English girl wishes position as chamif
milk-fe<l broilerH, very reBHo
around," for the Engllihman sat
Six-room furnished house, all Improve- ply for terms to William H. Hlntilmann,
ItHiuive at Ueltclnus Fruit and Egg bermaid or waitress; referenceH. Ad- ments, for rent at Uatontown; reason- Rumsoh, N. J,
solemn and silent. About five minutes iible,
dress M. Read, S2 East Front street. Red nble. ront; trolley runs by door. Address
N, J.
TOB SALE.
UPKOISTBBEB.
later, however, he awoke with a roar Farm, Scobey'villc,
FAEM WAHTED.
Bank.
L, F., box 313, Rod Bank, N. J.
Klve-rooin
ininKalow
with
riinninsf
PLANTS POB SALE.
Furniture recovered and repaired, curWanted to rent farm Of about 100 ivutt-r:
of laughter, and when asked the Celery plunta and late eabbaBa plants
lot nOxlnO feet, with Rood barn, tains,
draperies
Austrian shades:
ni/ivH,
or
will
trade
New
York
apartBAI.E.
in Monroe avenue. Will soil for Jl.iWH). laying of carpets, and
HTBD.
trouble, replied: "Well, wouldn't it be or sale. Apply to Albert Dennli, Broad Fifteen'acre'sFOB
matting and linoleum,
ment house for large farm or country Apply
of standing bay ond ten Man-led rnhn,Wabout
to
William
W.
Bennett,
Monroe
28
years
of
age,
trcot',
Eatoiitowji,
N.
J.
* corking good joke if that flsherman
Davenport sofas, couches, mattresBea
acres of standing rye for Bale, Mrs. with .lelllnjy ability; salary and eommis- estate; equity lafi.OOO, P, O. box Tnn, eniie, upper Broad street. Red Hank,
and cushions mado to order, Maltlnnd
John H. Patterson, Riverside Drive, Red slon. Only Iiigh-p;rade men need apply. New York City,
Thomson, 10 Wharf avenue, Red Bank.
ggot adinerent boat Wenext time Ke
TOMATO PLANTS TOM BALE.
Bonk.
Address G, lips 3 1 ^ Red Bank,
APSMBSOMf CAB FOR SALE.
Telephone 610-J,
100,000 Stone and Maryland tomato
COW P O I B A M ,
Model 1912,. newly painted and thorwent out!"
ilants for Bale. FiBld & Larkln, Mloheau
Oped
fresh
filmlly
cow
for
sale
or
FOR BAXE.
oughly overhauled.
IN in the pink of
BOARD ANI> PUBHIBHED ROOMS.
rent for summer. Can Vie HIM.II at
Guernsey cow, fresh, reasonable; also
If you want board or a furnished would
ioy Linden place, it, M. "Taylor, consboats, Holmdel pike, one mile from room
at
moderate
price,
one
Minute
tractor,
3 Peters lilaci', Red Hank, TeleFOB BENT.
Jlritawan, near Lloyd road, Mike Tansy from Broad street, call a t 01 White
A farmer wrote to the editor of an
phone connection.
farm.
Half house,
five
rooms,
with
Bummer
agricultural paper as followa: " I itchen,
street,
Red
Bank,
Mrs,
Smith.
$9 per month,
have a horse that has been afflicted print Btrett, Rod Bank, Apply at 41 OSTEB(I>OBFr MUSIC STORE.
SHOE SHINE PAEIOR.
POBTB, 15 CENTS.
Comforttibli1 cliah-.M at our nhoe shine
for
the
past
year
with
periodical
fits
w
PlanoB, musical inHtrumentB, sheet
chestnut
t
fence
ence
posts,
p
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s
,
extt-a
extt
Sawea
parlor. All work done inside.
Hats
POSITIOW WANTED.
4 of dizzinesg. Pleaee let me know what
muBio, eta. Tuning and repair!rig. 14 heavy. Get
t ready
d now for
f spring
i ffenc blocked
and cleaned. .The City shoo, lint
lady wIsIieB a pOHition to
j Monmouth street, near postoHlco, Red Ing,
Also chestnut planking, all alaes. and
it s I should do with him, as he seema to i Ytfunpf
glove
cleaning
parlor,
4
B
Uroad
general housework. Call or write 4R Innk,
Hollywood Farm, Everett, N, J.
r get worse Instead of better, I am dnden place, Red Bank,
street. Rod Bnnk.
afraid he will be unfit for work if
BANTANOELO
ft
MJLZZOCOA.
MTJBIO P l l i ' i l . 3 WANTED.
TOB BALE.
FOR SAI.E.
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, oeommrt«Si)Tiny
Imported . and doniestio bottlers and
-Mlsi P^-aTices
at,
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something is not done soon."
Paragon and My Maryland tomato
A one-horsp carryall, one .runabout and ealers
street,
Red
Bank,
desires
to
take
a
few
In
wliies,
liquors
and
"mineral
;
In the next issue this answer ap* mo btifTRy, till in good condition. L, fillers, BE-West street, Red Bank, Phone pupils for private, Instruction on tho
plants:'"also 00,000 T i n t Dutch cabbagr
plants at ilJiU per 1,000, O. HiilleuJL pcared; "When the nng is looking all 'Joyce, Katontown, N, J,
Piano. Terms upon application.
10-.I,
bakt', coriuM' UolKliton avenue and ltlver
t ri(j;ht, sell him to some one."
street, Hed Bank,
STANDARD OASOr,BNH
lETPOOT STEAM
^AVSOmi,
EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY.
nd automobile oil at Duvlson's auto and
II, 13. TlppoU. proprietor. Tlio laundry
First-class
farm
hands
and
all
other
LAtTNUBT,
ivagon works, Mnnmoutii street and
which has sntlsfled for yours. Front
Why th« airl Smiled.
Ired hoip; also man and wife position on street,
All hand . laundry work. All clothes
Maple avenue, Red Bank,
Keyport,
N,
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Dry
eltanlng.
A'
'arm. J, Miller, Eatontown, N. J. Phone card will bring us at any time.
bleached and dried in the open. No
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The senator and the major were
of any
139-R,
cchemical:)
h c
y kind
ki used. Murphy's
GET TOtJB BTOVXB U M
'r walking up the avenue. The senator
B
A t l i
I.riundry,
Bay Vi
View i^eniie, Atlantic
Let us repair your Btov0B now,
Highlands,,N, J,
was more than middle-aged and con- Schwartz A Son, Wtst Front itreet and
HORSE r o a BAI.E.
r
oRsau,
ahilsi sound,
ound, kind
kind and
and
sider obly more than fat, and, dearly Maple avenue, Ked Bank,
Bayy horse,, 14 % jiandBj
Dealer In fresh and smoked meatg of
HARVEST HOME.
or d
double.
entle, work NlnBl o
. Richard all kinds, ullve oil, fresh eggs and'fresh
gentle,
«^«s the major loved him, he aliq loved
Annual harvest home of the Ijlttb
bb
eedorf,
Everett
road,
across
Hubbard's
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f
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killed
poultry
ft
,
specialty.
72
Bridge
HORSE
FOB
BALE
CHEAP.
Silver
Methodist
eh'urcii will bo heli
[i M~ "his joke. The senator turned with a
ld
avenue, Red Bank, Phone 671.
Sound, true in all harness, good wind,
Thursday evening, Aueiirft ^nth, XTHiia
pleased expression on his benign Clwood Lane, corner Bank street and
COTTAGE FOB SAXE.
OKct'llent supper and otlicr attractions
TO WENT, FURNISHED.
, countenance and said, "Major, did you Tllton avenue, Red Bank.
Pretty
live-room
cottnKC.
newly TieketH HO cents.
Five-room cottugo, nluusant location,
painted
nnd decorated;
line
ffardin;
x see that pretty girl smile at me?"
four
minute!)
from
river;
|9n
fos
the
VISI FOX SALE.
POWITBYI POW
Address ,L., box 174, Fair Ha- L-hleki'ii iiuop; $aoo down, balunce like
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"Oh, that's nothing," replied his Throe BorkHhlle
plKH for Bale, seven
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Fair Haven.
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Specials in all Departments!
illIM!
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pi-i'TiTt
Sweet Breads 19 East Front St.,
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STIAM TVI.0AVIIIHO,
famous, was once associated in tin
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USED AUTOMOBILE FOB 8AI.E.
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MOHEY TO LOA5.
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s l m r t
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Honey
to
loan
In
BUHIS
to
unit
bori
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got time to do It myself."
TA»M WAITTBD.
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BED BANK DAIBT,
teriiiH If dculred. Clayton.Llnton Heally 1U8 Wnilai-11 Mtreet, He'1 Hunk.
H I I V O r i i ^ l i l i i i y i T . - : f u r I n i K r 11in 1 K i n i i H '
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George Ado obeyed his roqueMt Co.
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lvituii'y
liiillilliiw,
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that the proper place for it was with Hod nunk,'
Htici.t, H e d H.'ink.
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l''i)i-il t o u r l i m c u r , n i l i n K"'»l oiinillildti,
DELIVERIES WITHIN A RADIUS OF
Reds—Hugh Barrett, George Lehman
Whites—Henry Seligman, George Slierman. G, Jason Waters, JTort Bnmbereer
Referee—William O, Stonebrldfle
Seo#or—J, F, Lanlgan.
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ANTICS OF LIGHTNING.
You can put an advertisement in the Want Department of The Register for a whole year for
exactly THIRTEEN DOLLARS.
*o Mti
I'oril dpllvcry bodytorwile, Apply to
PUHl Wnlih, Little Silver, N. ,T^
llevtn.
en, N. j ,
rent.
AddreHB Box 7fi, Red Iliink.
Will pay the highlit market price*
for poultry.
If you want fresh ktllei
POB BAM,
condition and would make a suitable car
for .anyone. Priced very low, Kd, von- One platform spring butcher wagon,
, Monmiiuth street, Red BaiiU, iifiw; on.* twn-horne spring wagon and
one jump-sent runabout for sulej plica
no object, I have no place to store tlieno
DO8 TQB
fjoods on account nf the tire which deiralc ,Tapanowi> wilk liaii'oil terrier, a stroyed my outbuildings. A, B, Crawlady'M pet, will ride in automobile like a ford, Tinton Falls, N. ,J,
Imliy; Kood for Mhotv; will HOII n-usonnble. Also mesh liiiK fur Kiib'. 1'lione
, , « „ , , , H -.--.- K ,- K
31^. , .TOMPh^allHe, imx^S, Ited Bank.
« « J ^ ) ^ ^ ^ n N t a b l e Co.,
Vmmerly
N fiW Y o r k
CABMHTBE AWD •WrXDEB.
'
- furniture recovered anil rewMnriM*
hnildiT
lobhlnc i Pnlratl; awninss, Kliaile^, curtains, ilrnpsneci-iUv
S ' k am 1 W e e
nor" eles,- laylhg of ciirpets, mattin K> linonr i e it ohnrritotlre No 'fob t"o "nvill lp»<"- Mat'trosses and cuMhionn to oror too lnr K e.
ICKtimateB Klv.n,
Box ' ^ i T . Mc l t * lil i u V ,"l-'1nn 11 T
'
257, Atlatitlc HislilnndH, or NavoHink, Red Ijank. lelephuno 14-J.
2lJJ
_„___„__
_ - I CE4VfFEVS WAFTI POSITIOW.
FUBNIBKBD HOtJSE FOB BBMT,
fowlH or broilers go tn 12," \VeMt l>'i-ont
VO» BALE.
House of sgveii ronms, modern Im- street. Hod Brink. U, Dietx & Hun, gro
Two good wagons, suitable to convert
FOR BENT.
provements, for rent, furnished, for the ern iiiid biilchern.
into
jaggers,
$10
each,
1
1
,
F,
OrlggB,
Dwellinjr, oigbt rooms, improvements,
Inquire of Mrs, A,
Louise HendrickHon house, Middle- seaNon or year.
hot wuter l\cat, doslruble neighborhood. Jlary
Wymbs, Hudson avenue, Red Bank,
FOB, BALE.
town, N, J,
Apply toUawklns.Bratherg . - ; K l K l i t - r n o l n liuuHi' w i t h rUhliliiK W a t e r
nt noxinn
fuut,
on Monroe avenue. Wll
FOB BENT.
FIBBT-CI.ASS PLtrMBINQ WORK.
1
BtAOKBMITH U T S K O l p i l O l I ,
One or two furnished rooms to runt,
Plumbing, heating and tinning work of iiMl fin $l."0it". Apply t o Wi.llliim W
Krnnic Gray, prnetlcnl horHeslioer. The nil iniproyeinentH, near station, 102 the heat kind done quickly and at a reft, U'linett, Monroe avonui', upper lirpai
Brick Shop, 19 Meclmnlo Htroot. IDBtab- Pearl street, Red Bank, With or •with- sonablo figure, David H. Bennett, De- • tri-tft, Hed Ualik.
iHhod IB ybara in Ited Bank,
out board.
Normandlt avenue, Fair Haven. N. J.
PHTLIF BOCK,
1 Cliaulti.'ur with 1! years' exporlt'iico
Ladies' and KUIHH' ynrini'iits of every [ WIHIICM to drive pleasure or commercial
df.Ri'rijjtion clt'iincd. dywl and prt-Hsed at I car and dornpnirinH at your own garage,
Nhort notice. " Goods culled for and de- j I will sell you uiito_ siipplles^very reaSpeciiil contrsicts by the month. I unnnble:
livered, Sp
- - do
- repaiiH
. .diiily.
. . Call
. , or write
,-enue, SeuhriKht. X. .1. Phone j Joseph Pulisn, White avenue, near Broad
Ocfiin aver
street,
lied
Bank.
Bos
271,
Phone
31-J.
74-W.
BOABDING.
Xieely furiiiNlieil rooms for runt, with
flrst-claHs table board; centrally l n c u t c ,
ull* improvements, humn-Ukiv HurrounilIIIKH; reiiKimabln rntt^. Hudson House.
115 HudKon avenue. Phone lnil-J Red
Unnk.
FOB BEST,
A lady's locket found . ni-iir t h e T e x a s
Oil Cn.'.ii. uliint a t lied Bniik Tlmi'Hilny,
J u n e 1 il til. by J''. r . M"oyan. I t iM suliil
uiilil. '2i) eariit. nlmut the slK'j of \k dolliU'V tiirei' inithilH e n s r a v e d urt timis.
Owner Vim have sume upon deHcrlptioii
nl' contents uinl Inltliils. . d i l l n t 2BD
Shruysliury avenue, lied Bnnk,
Binall, briHiit npiirtiiient, furniHheil, .
Hiiilable i'or a couple, houieke'-'pinK ( " » • j
venlt'uees; litntHO uulet, imiilern liiipiiivi
B B X T O B S PAB.K.
ICveryono Htop puylnc rent and own
mi'iits: (,'einrnl loinliiJii, Call for par- !i n homo" of your own by piirchnsinR a lot
ticiiIarH a t »S West • l-'rutit Htroot, Itixl in center of Belford 111 Belford Piiik;
within rtve-cent trolley ride of Ited
Bank,
Bank, Atlantic Highlands and KeunsPnyiucntH in installments to Mult
LUNCB BOOK A»D MILK DBPOT. liiiiK.
l>ont diiliiy wlillo price la
Mrs, H, Wnlters'K luiieh room nnd Kan- purchaser.
reiisoniitile.
Address
Henry
Wfllling,
itai'y iiiilU depot. Kstabli»he,l six yeurs. Jr., l ' o r i llonrnciutU,
N. J ,
Meals sei'vod at all hours, tjulck se.rv-
THB BBOOND NATIONAL BANK
Of Rod Bank solicits your business.
OVSBLAND BUHABOWT TOB SAXB,
THE BBCOJTS KATIOKAX BANK
liutinboilt. (Jvciinliil un'1, in extra line ici>.
Home
cooking.
idil
M niiiii'jiit Ii
SEWIITO MACHINES.
WAMTED,
SAVE TOTJB OLD OAJBPETB.
vt nod lliinlt puys Interest on tiino do- Sovon UHod Bewlng miiclilnea of dif- BOO dwt. of old Bold. Old gold bought
Beautiful raverallile rugi made from I'onilltliiii, will be KiU'iifici'd, h'ii'Kt corny, .street, next to Stryker's. garage, Hed PABKER HOMESTEAD FOB BEXV.
poults.
•
ferent makes for sain, each warranted for for cash or exohttnged for new goods, L, old corpttB and chenille portlerps. Write first served. I t ' x ii dniidy for: a little Bank,
Parker liomestuad property, conipiiiVA. viiiilCattiiUKi'll, i l n n m o u t h
thro© yeai'H- | 7 to $1B. OeorRO WoodH, do la Rouisllla, jowelor, 3S Broad htreet, for oirdulara, .^ Amerloan Rug Manuffto- ...iipy
inft nboiit 18 aoren, on corner of Shrews- THE SEC0MD WATIOWAl. BAJTZ
NtriM't, Red Bank.
BRONZE T T O I E f EGGS.
Jr., & Son, 20 Monmouth street, Hod Red Bank,
bury avenue ana the Newman .Springs
tory, 298 Vermont •treat, Brooklyn,
Barred
Roclt
eggs
for batching, road, for rent.
Land is .especially
ofRe
Red Hunk 1H strong, safe and pro-Hunk.
F O B BA1B,
Thompson strain, $5 per hundred; White ndiipted to truck farming. Less than ft
ANQELtTS FOB SALE.
Kresnive.
W, B. McQUAT.
1
Diirk
liny
family
hnrsi
,
so<uid
niid
POB A BEAUTIFUL KEDALLION.
Pekin
duck
CEBH,
70C.
p«r
dp/.on;
also
i
\\
trom
Red
Punk.
The hoime has
A self player With a quantity of mufilo
m
e
Undertaker and embalmor, Offlco open
T H B BECOWD WATIOWAX B A R K
Portrait copied from any photograph rolls. Can bo usetl with any piano. For day and night. Special attention to allgrnUe; nlno IIUVIH'HH \\W\ twn-sealetl 3roiize turkey CKRa nnrt Riilnen CKKS. | twelve rooms, T'liii \isi\t\l farm outi!:irryii|l.
Price
rearfoniible
for
«i
uli-k
C, Uyruin, Upper Broad street, lied i tnilliHiius, all of wliicl) are in fine conof lti'il Bunk will
help hoiicBt iind enter- ii psrfeut likeness guaranteed. AddrdaB particulars apply at 300 Broad Htreet, calls, whether In or out of town. 15
llHpiiHal
Hoynl ."I'lirnis, Little Silver, Bank,
pilKing buniiu'81* people.
W: S. iJoyle, box 131, Anbury Park, Hod Hank. ,. "
! dltlnii, are on tho farm. B. Alien Par.
•
I'earl street. Red Hank,
Telephone,
, J , Phone iiS!l-M,
N. J. Your pliotograpli looks Ijetter on
ker, lied Bank.
BAMTTABT MZLK AND OBEAM GO.
1-OB SAXE CHEAP.
Oltli«n»' BtOldlnr ana t o a n A««ool»tion a medallion,
WANTED.
WUk products, freBh buttermilk and
KtandliiK
t"p
liiuneh,
2^
feet
lnntf.
I>',(.ban money to loan homo builders on easy
POTABK
POTATO BODIES F O E BAKE,
Work wanted by a»dored hoy. aged I I ;
SPECIALIST ON FOBD CABS.
eggs, Hpeolnl delivery 7:00 a. m, to 8:00also by u. Bill, a g e IIS, to a s s i s t in light
terniH,
Having dililiHiity In HecuriiiK tilftnecesKii'teen new improved potato bodlos, ft. beam, Lia-iuch dral'l, I'ar.iHuii cluicli,
No matter what may be the trouble p, tn. 33 Hast front itroot, Red Bank, housework. A d d r e s s Tlios. 15, Hpst, UN With HprlnR scat; jS-bnrrel oneH; prico ilwh teiiHlon lUiiKnctii, R-h, p. new. Bridge,. sary Hiipply for our fall and HpriiiH rowith your li"ord car I can repnlr It, IfPhone '57S,
PEABHON BROS.
Hank s t r e e t , Rod Rnnk. Phone UIO-J.
only $1H, Also two liny shelvlngM, Or- nit ciiMine. Address. .Murray Clayton, iluli'i'ineiHH", throiiKh tho usual channels,
your Ford is working badly or needs new
x i t , ur Players' boat club, Full' Ha- wo me prepared to Offer fnrmoi« or ilualder early, M. Kelsuy, plmiiy HS-I-'-fil
Keyport, N, ,1,
parts POO AUKUHt Qrovsen, Bl .Wharf
ven, N. ,1.
erH who may liuve larKu or nmall left
SLAQ B O O r i N O .
TOM BALE; COST HOME.
naMt ['"rpi'liolifr N. J,
avenue,
n«ar
Bteamboat
dock,
Red
Bank
TOM »ENT.
over lots of niuriato or Miilplinte of potLenity tin and slate roofs made tight;
Btrgen place, comfortable,
cosy, eight1
FurnlNhert room for rent. 18 White
iHli, top niarkit prices, paying Bpnt cawh.
HOUSE
FOB
BBITT,
room cottase; Brnttll stable , plot BOxlOB, also •water proofing side wallB and celBED BANK HA1B PAR1OH,
7OX BAXB.
Htreet, Iti'd Dunk,
Four family house on central nvenuu, State quantity nnd price aMkeil, N. .1,
qkden MeClttakey, 147 Hudson room 10, iniBner building. Shampooing,
Bargain, Inveati^ate, William A. Hop-lars,
Cow find calf two weofcB old, hal ping, agent.
Ueocb Htreut, lied lianU, for rent Fertiliser nnd ('lieniicnl Co., i:ii[ Wilt**
avenue, Red Bank, Telephone 400-J.
scalp treatment, hair dressing, marcel! lienr
(JUernacy, hnlf .Ter«ey| flue rich milk
JAHNEB ft WELCH.
for two i™mi,< tn family, at i street, New Yorlt City,
AlanufftcturerB
waving, inanicuriiiji, facial massage, ,Ariiingeil
CnrpeiHer/i and bullileiB.
P. O, boxhalter broken; a groat family cow. Also
WAGON VOB BAI.E.
....
per
month._ l-'or further piirtleiilnrH of Croxton- iirepared poultry Inimure,
HUDSON
COUPE
FOB
SAI.E.
switch
•making;
Kuntlemun'H
mauieurliiR.
two half Joraey and ilolstplns, IJ. A, & Runabout In firBt.clnHs condition for
208, SctibrlRht. N. .1.
npjily to A, IJ. IviiiH, IlcLjlKti'i' buildliiK, other complete, 1'ertlllKorM nnd clenU'CN In
J, P. Cotton, Oak Qlenn Varm, Kvcrett, Halo, practically an good as new. Will ho Iti nr.Ht-cltisH 1 1'unnlnn order, lni3 Mra, Lucy Holey and Mrs. Nellie Knglort, lied Bnnk.
fiirlUixer clieinli'iilfi,
model; Will ivmkt n )(ood par for nnyoiitj
N, ,1.
X. BTFUIV.
sold cheap for1 wont of UBO, J, H, Jones, doslrliiR it coupe; bai'Knln. Kd. viuiiyiit- Phono 302-M,
Remover of dead animals, Rid Bank,
LEO4L
PAPEBH.
Holmdel,, N. J.
1
tt'iigell, Moiyrioutii street, Rod HiMik.
WAHTBD,
TOP SOil, FOR SALE.
SV SEBVANTS SXCHANGXi
K. J. Telephone 129-J,
AmdavitH, acknowlodgmuuta, lenses,
Have, about tj>n aoren of standlnff rye bond
Kmploymont ttgeiioy. First"clasR,»he!p
and moi'tRanca, deedrt, etc., pro- Qood Btrong toijsoll for aale, Price ? i
JEABBOW
A
i
m
BTU1CP
PTJXLEB.
OABBAOE
PLAHPIB.
.,-hleh
I
dcHire^iarveHted,
Anyone
prefiirnlMhed for, liotols, clubB nm} prlvnt
- BIG BEDUOTI0NS
me. In my ofllc.o from elKht
Danish Hail Head, ]Jurpi>i-'H Surchcad, pared tu do hiirvcHtlni,' pleaMc write, pared by
Ohio ornhard disc harrow and HerouleB
at wlioi't notice, HervalitH' ref
to HIX. Mdwnril \V. Wise, jiiHtice cants per loud on the premises, at Mln«
In Hummer footwear ut D. A Mnzza's, 48 fttmllloB
perfection IJruinlioad Hnvor plnntH of Btatlng prlee, or plioiin Atlnntlc HIKII- o'clock
BroriceH tlioroUKhly Investigated. Miss Htunip .puller for Bale; both practically bant
of
tho
peace,
room 7, Klsner building, neslnlt "park, near Red Bank, Inquire of
street, Ited Bnnk.
20 eentw per ino; il.r.O jier ItiiidM 77-J. 11. A. Leonard, Atlantic Hod Bank.
Kmma Wost, Prop. Ocean avenue, Boa new; will Hell cheap, Judgon Conover, 1,000.quality,
George CurtU, iuperlntandent, on «•»•
J. T..JLovett, Little Silver, N, J. JliKlilandH, N, ,1.
Matawan, N. J,
brfght,
N.
J,
TXOOB on..
.
^
OT8W DANCES.
WABTED TO » t t T .
FOR SAXE.
flavo your <li>or ni using Totley'R MO
AUTO TRUCK FOR SALE.
SBNT POB. THB BEABON
- Syncopated Walk, Tlio (Jlobo Trot nnd
Ten-Mioui niodei n lioiiw1, nil eotiMin
oil, r>0 cunts per gallon.
Vmnllv boi.Mo, Hultable foi m n r p j , also
Have a one-top Rupld auto truck tn at Atlantic IliBhlanilB. furnlnhod cotOpem
TuliM).
rtc. i:iMd I'nrHon-i, exleni'i'M,
In
t;nod
o
i
d
e
i
,
lot
<•(•>.
1
"
>
1;
feet,
chtckenw und
Slate
PIANO FOB BAI.B.
nalp, model 1912. ThlH car Is miltahl
laRO, IIOUHB neur nbortv bitthliiK! rent
In
all ih'e ruodern ilnncea.
Instu
i u n t i d on I l u d ' o n iisemie. south of pert Instructor
Tliivii a 11)12 HIX-IS l'ierco aiitimi
n
Opera
pluno, in good
condition, |76 for many commnrclttl linen und nnyon
rl^lit,
Addreas \V. II. Settle, Atlantic pilci'B uinl whi'ji' can be Heen, und If lil.il lHrnneh
pa p
g
d d ll'n«llows<
ll
H
Tuesdaya, O
Odd
Halll l R l d m o o In oxeopllonnlly good cuiidltliin w
iivi-nue, $J,[i00 i a«di, balance on Td
nllowcd Look bo\ 2fi, llltrhlandi, N .1
l l l t '
l
t
ih-nlrlng u light truck nhould Hen till
HiKhliindn, N; J,
1
CulllnRton'H
ntore.
for ap130
Hroad
Htreut.
I'bone
iS
moi
tKHKf
a
t
T
i
per
cent.
Address
I
,
ii
C
,
on<>.
lOd. vonKattengoll, Monmoutl
will bu HaerKli-c-d for uuti^l?" id-ip
poilltllU'Ht.
box 313, Heil Hank.
O. ANTONTDES,
street, Rod Bank.
LADIEB' HA1B OOODS.
via* vom *AXS.
Wagon
\<',t\.
lniiHl bu HI'IMI1 to Im appieclali'd.
g
L. IC, DoiiKhiHff 1H a t lior pluco of blackBiiilth nnd wheelwright.
l
i
BorKBlilre I)1«H ror HIIIO for 17 a pair
1
TOB BAI.I1.
n upecialty.
Try
vonKnttcngnll.
Monnnuith
fltrewt, licit
HH and will be plouseil t o f»e« bin" work find auto Hprlugs
and
guntH
clothing
cleaned
J. H. Jones, Holmdel, N, J,
ublcMylliidcr
Detroit
A ia-h. l ,
Two white KITIH for nil around hbtol many customers. MIH. I J . M POUKUIHH, our aHpnniKUH knlvcn. 167 West Front
and dyed dents" suits prewiod, 50 cent». Hank.
Htreet, opposite Wo.st Htreet, Red Hank ollni)
In Uncondition, JIO.
llni) Engine
Engine n
work: flireo colored glrln an Rcno 18 Broad ntreet.
HultH cnllod for and delivered. Hod Hunk
via* VOM
b
i
1
l-ft
pownr
bunt,
ti-h.
p.
dinililo-e.yllndei
hoilRcworkorii,
rkorii,
and'
and
numerous,
othoi
otho
pl«H for mile. Apply
pjt
8teu.ni Dyo Workw, 24 Went Front Htrrot,
1
l
l
V
(IBM
IT
UBS
BEPAIBED.
l
ii
l
l^OKNIBKXD
BOOMS.
p
Positions
nlwnya
opun.
•
Phom
motor,
niuke
good
lender
for
boat,
In
Hue
to
. Oceanport, N, J,
9B ShrcwMbury avenue, Red Dunk. Phon*
Tv\ro largo rooniB, most comfortably
72-J, or ^nll ut No, « Wharf uvemic, Re
Furniture of nil ftlnila repaired. Ro- condition. ?!><•• Taylor, loot of Millt-i' connpftlonn.
Applications mo nuked for by th« i\orfurnished, 2 minutOH from Brond stroet storing of antique and mahogany fur- Mtreot, Hlgbliindf, N. J .
Hank Employment Ajionoy.
v o K & v o n u mT O » M i ,
OIIRII Council of Kiilj- Haven fur the jwniture
a
Hpeclnlty.
Honry
Oraueo,
Front
nnd
all
cars.
Inqulro
at
7
Drummond
~
UAXWILL SFXOXAX.
1Q0.U00 Stone aud My Maryland tomatc
J. H. JOHNSOW.
street, near Bouuiorn railroad. Rod Bank
place. Red Bank.
A Muxwcll Hpeilul In on my llooi Hltlon uf d>>K cntchcp In snl<1 H
pl ftntn tor nalci. Thomas S. Field, Rod
rOm u u ,
Hueei'Hiol to MiClieA lleeinift lioiiidilKhtlv
pi
iced, I'112 model, Thf car inApplications may bn M«nt toflhurlwiV<
ank.
B
Inu- iind lively ntulile.
Kxpn-ss mill (ill
At New Monmouth, house, atora bulld
•AXKBLADIXS WANTBD.
M, Doioiigh d o r k , Pair Hav«n, KF. 3n
xvATnra AT LOW COST.
llen^v IUILIUK. Autiinioblln MIIIM t o r lytiK In tliit-i'liiHH • unnliiK order mid'In miltInt. b«m, wason house and sheds, wit
In
TOM 1AXS.
able
Tor
niiinv
USHH, A vei y llttlo money and thoy will
cxperloncod,
wnnted
Radiation la low; put in nteatn and ladlen' fmnt^hliiK
oi Hhoi t d l i t . m e e
TouiliiK caiH fm h l w .
U>« f
two *or«a of * round; two minutes' w«l
Rtoio;
Rood
nulnry
will
Ket
tblH
inr.
I'M.
vonKattenKi'll,
Latent model Hmtth Prmnier type- ^from
tha troll#y line of flva mtnutai water tieat cheap. I would llkei to estl- nteady position, none \ind«r 20 yeurH o IVnliiHiiUi m e n u e , near Ociun nvuiiuo, Monmouth nticct, Rod Hank.
of
tho
uaunvlt,
on
July
lith.
writer. Aitdro«« Sroltli Premier, box 318 from th«
'•
your
want*.
D.
H,
Bennett
HoabilKht,
N.
J.
l'hono
1H,
tfoUayJunctlon. Apply to A. 0.
HBC need niwly. V. O. bon i«* "
Automobile Bnrgaln.
Applications Wanted.
Jtctt
O
,
H W Homnouth. N. 1,
i
, „ ."! ,^,,
Il,
•'A
-v
THE
r frag* Twlvft.
THE REDBANK REGISTER
ARRESTED AND FREED,
PARTY AT MRS. LEROY'S.
RED BANK REQI8TER.
T I B OAUb OV T M WH.P.
Th. mraiMMW A t * WhM Would MM*Diamond Dick ma Innocent Victim of Thirty-Fir* Attend Euehr* for St.Jim M*& A M « It Ono« M« «
W u t Any Mow of it.
v«i A t T w M e n Mu Wort,
James's Sowing Club.
a Queer Mix-Up M Keamburg.
A euchre party was held nt Mrs. It waa during tho lunch hour and
Sir Btedutek Brldjt*. th« M ^
An expedition ' o r t h i Unlvtriity of
Hiehard Dexter of Bed Bunk, n
Mme
y,toll*
toll* Mme
w
Mexican hotter known HH "Diamond David Lcroy's on Shrewsbury avenue four Kuniul business men were BittinR Pennsylvania was sent to on« of t h t of Wwtmlnlster Abt*y,
Thursday
evening
for
the
benoftt
of
ftt
a
table.
Outside
the
air
wat
goft
ritt
t
i
*T
U
d
k
"
h
t
t
stwiw,
*Tmo
Udks,"
h«
one*
Southern
states
Rome
y«Ari
ago
for
Dick,"
got
into
trouble
in
M\
unusual
THOMAS IliyiN&'lltOWN,
way last week. He slurted on u rail- the Hewing society of St. Jumoa'H and balmy, and everything in nature the purpose of obietving a iolar said, "wtr« in Wft.tmlnitt«r Abb*y,
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road trip for South Aniboy, hut not church. About 85 "persons were pres- was a Bweefc allurement to buy a rail- eclipse. The day pi-eoeding the event wh«n one of thorn soddmly raised hwr
Oat year
11 -|J off the traiu at KeanHburg to make si ent,
road ticket nnd beat it for the woods, one of the professor* raid to an oldhand, 'Huahl
Mrs. Mnry Kuney won mx
LlaUn!'
aha
U
a a w»ld
w»ld.
• l l niontliR.
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'Th'
h orgwi. I
' t it
i «pUndWT
Isn't
tha
iTiree mnntlia
,. . , • . • .
.*» call on Jacob I'osten, Ernest Hrun- glasson, Mrs, Mary Ryan won a fancy "It JH in my gyatem," remarked one of colored man who was employed in the 'Thert'a
party,
reflectively
glancing household wherein the scientist was I always to¥» to 1
Sir ,Fterifc
.
ncll. a step-son of Posten, met theapron, Miss Muttie Carroll won mxthe
i'lUi'VOil nt tlio piistotfii'i' lit Hot! Hank, Mexican near l'OHten's house, but cups and snueeiH, Miss Paulino Lang through the open window, "There is quarUred: "Sam, if you will watch play!" 'Beautiful, d « r ,'' replied the
N. J., IIH RiHOlHlfl.'ltH IIUllllT.
Diamond Dick was unable to find won a hat pin, Misa Mnry Dare n mo- nothing HO appealing as the call of the your chickens tomorrow morai&g you other; 'for » moment I thought it wmv
will find thflt they'll all Bo to roort at Sir Walter Parwtt, but of eourw h«
lasses cup, Mrs, Thomas Heuly » bu-wild."
Poston.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23. 1015.
"It mny strike you that way, oldeleven o'clock."
Lust week Diamond Dick waH ar-reau scarf, Mrs. John Carroll u plaque,
can't play like that! One can usually
Sam, as might be expected, wai distinKuiah them by thoir touch,' A i
rested on a charm? of threatening to and Frank Lane, an embroidered pil- fellow," responded another, with a
skeptical,
but
at
the
appointed
hour
faint smile, "But right here I beg.the
take I'osii'n's life, and it developed low,
a matter of fact," aayi Sir Frederick,
TOWN TALK.
m i »— —
privilege of canting a dissenting vote," the heavens wtre darkened and the"it was tho vacuum cltancr bulling
at the hearing before Justice Wise on
"You dont know what you are talk- chickenH, att foretold, retired to roost. away in preparation for the corona.
Kriday that when tho Mexican stopped
Seven Autoiiti Fined,
(Continued from pngc ,'i.)
ng about, Jim!" emphatically de- At this the old negro's amaiement Won."
In the denth of Theodore F. Knif- at the house Posten was in hiding inSeven nutoistw wore arrested nt
knew no bounda, and ho excitedly
lit
- ^
ien Red Bank loses sin unusual type of side BruniH'll testified at the liear- Red Bank this week for violating traf- clarod the first. "Did you over hear sought out the icienUst,
the
call
of
the
wild?"
j
ing
that
he
hud
told
his
step-father
X* BMti'i JUlp tka
mail and a citizen who hud earned the
fic
rules
and
for
reckless
driving.
"PerfesBor," said he, "how long 'go
"Yes," replied Jim, with something
"Why did you not h«lp the defendrespect of the entire community. Hi« \ that Diamond Dick was at, the house, John Clifford of Red Bank was fined
did you know dem chickeni wuz er-ant in the flght, if thafi the casef"
early life was n struggle against heavy ] to kill him. He said ho told Posten $2 and Walter Walsh, John Decker akin to a sigh, "from the head of thegoin to roost diiaway?"
stairs
the
other
night,
when
I
didn't
:
this
because
he
knew
that
the
Mexiasked the examining counsel?
odds. Left, an orphan when eight
Marrio Uoneoro of lied Bank, get home till two o'clock in the morn"About a your ago," said the pro- Mr, Cassidy looked at the lawyer
can and Posten had had a disagree- and
years of ape, lie worked ns a chore iiment
William
Taylor
and
Edgar
Pfister
of
fessor,
indulging
in
a
faint
smile.
and that he feared they would
with contempt, and answered in a tono
"
boy on ftiiniH for bin boanl and lodg- light if they met, Mr, Wise dis- Eatontown, William Maran of Long i "
"Well, ef dat dont beat all!" wasof blighting icorn, "For the r'ason
ing, and it was in this School of Hard I missed the ease and reprimanded Branch and James Morford of
Th© absolute oorreotneti of,
the frightened
man'i reply.
p y "Why,
y, that at the toime 01 had no means of
g
Shrewsbury were each fined $1.
Knocks that he learned the lesrons I Ih'umiell.
An English policeman entered the, porfessor, n year ago dem chickens knowing which o* thim would be the the circulation •tatement of The
which onalilod him to light the battles
defendant,"
house of a publican one morning and wasn't even hatched!"
of life. He was deprived of opportuCHURCH'S BUSY WEEK.
informed him that it would be necesBrotherhood Athletic Meet.
nities to (rt't as much hook learning as |
Red Bank Registertoguaranteed
Xow t h . TitU (os b*n& Wei MiMfl.
Com.
the uvtrngo youth of today, hut what ; Many Speeinl Services Being Held at
The Presbyterian Brotherhoods of sary to hold an inquest there in the
afternoon.
Now
the
landlord
had
n
Wandering on some land belonging
y p
he Int'ked in this respect was offset by
Red Bank and Shrewsbury will hold
Wife (angrily)—Just look a t theby the publlahcrt of PrinUiV
Highlandi Church Thi* Week,
an abundant stock gf common sense
an athletic meet nt Al. Smith's at great objection to anything of theto Earl Derby, a collier chanced to time I This morning you got home a t
and said:
"Oh, I cant be, meet tho owner of Knowiley face to two o'clock and here ft ia again after
A coniniunit
( H n n e , w n a8 c r v c ( 1a t
and honesty. These characteristics
Oceanport on Saturday, August 21st, kind,
Ink, who will pay 9100 to the'
troubled with inquests in my house. face. His lordship inquired If themidnight.
were especially apparent in his work ( , H j , i l a n ( l H jlothodist churcli MonClarence E. Boughton, Jr., is a Here, what'll you have to drink?"
collier knew he was walking on his Hushand--We31, you know, m'dear, ftrai person who •ueoMtfully
'lay niffht by the women of the church! new member of the Red Bank society.
ns justice of the pence.
Robert said he'd have a drop of land,
as the initial effort of a week's camit's againit my rule to come home
The Brotherhood has sent resolupaign to raise $3,500 to help pay offtions to Mrs. Robert MacDonald, ex- Scotch, which he did,
"Thy land? Well, I've got no land twice the §ame day.
oontroverU lt« aoouraoy.
"Have a cigar, too," Mid the host, mysel'," was the reply, "and I'm like
decisions wen> seldom nppenled j the church debt. About ?f)00 was
from and rarely reversed by a higher raised or subscribed to at the supper pressing regret over the death of Mr, After the consumption of two
to
walk
on
somebody
B,
Where
did
T h » M»n Who W»toh»» tht Clock.
MacDonald,
present. A
Among.the
court. He belonged to a typo of old by
Scotches and cigars the constable aaid you get it from?"
b those
h
h speakk
fashioned public officials who are fast ers were Rev, James W. Marshall,
he thought he could get the inquest
"Oh," explained his loidshlp, "I got Six—No man ever succeeded in
Two East Red Bank Rental*.
busiBeia who kept watehing^e clock,
3PVSKX0 JTOTIOB.
fllsappuarinir. He took great interest Rev. Thomas Huss t Rev, Elijah F,
h<!d somewhere else, but as he wasit from my ancestors."
Nollco l i hereby given tliRt the Cotnand great, pride in performing his • Reed and Recorder George W, Hardy.
The Siegel house on East Front leaving the landlord remarked: "By
"And wheer did they get it fro' ?" Dix—Oh, I dont know; tffere's the tniNHloners of Aigtssnient of the Bortrain
i dispatcher.
d i t h
eiutit. ; to meet tho requirements of I A reunion of former pastors of the street, owned by Homer Methot, has the way, who are they going to hold queried the collier.
oujjh of Rod Hank, N, J,, will meet at
thu Borough Hall, In said Borough, on
just ic i' nnd the law, nnd with , church was hold last night. Special been rented by William A. Hopping the inquest on?"
"They got it from their ancestors,'
Wo
Mmalo
wltH
M
i
l
l
,
the 8th day of July, i o n , at 8:00 o'clock
to
Albert
II.
Kingsland,
a
New
York
services
will
bo
held
every
night
this
him the financial returns which :
"No
one
as
I
know
of
now,"
said
the
was
the
reply.
p. m,, for tho purpOBo of hearing person!
came to him from his office wore : week, with Bishop Joseph F. Berry, business man.
man in blue; "but it 'ud 'a' been me
Missionary—If you are about to kill intoruHted In the aBHesBmtnt* to be mads
"And wheer did their ancestors get
of seeo.ulary importance. His court ! Rev, C. H, Boswell and Rev. L. K. Henry Ely's house on Wallace and if I hadn't had these drinks an' it fro' ?"
by them in relation to tho opontiiK of
me, let me sing a hymn.
pjneo to Monmouth street.
was th • scene of many family ' Willman of Asbury Park in charge of Washington streets has been rented smokes,"
Cannibal—No, sir! No masic with Drummond
"They fought for it,"
By order of tho Boruug-h Council of
~
• *« *•
reconciliations in which the aped jus- j the meetings. Rev. James W. Mar-by Mr, Hopping to James Sickles of
"Well, begad," said the collier, meals in this place.
the Borough of Red Bank, N. J.
^
tice acted as peacemaker in settling shall of Ocean Grove will make an Freehold.
Attist;
They Sad Pl*nty
squaring up to the noble earl, "I'll
A, c. HAnniSQN, Borougli Clerk.
disputes without recourse to the law.i address at a praise service Sunday
a well-known fight thee forit!"
Ko Bn»piolon«.
The
proprietor
of
Two Hurt Getting on Boat.
His long term of service ns custodian ! morning, and Rev. Harold P. Sloan of
Repalriii, Fort Sfaneock, N, J. Baaled
shop is a man of most excitable tem"My wife should be above BQS- proposals for repairing hospital, annex
of the borough hall was of the same ; Red Bunk will preach in the nf terA hawser on the steamer Keans- perament, who is forever scolding his
The Man -Without Three Centt.
mid hospital steward's quarters will be
picion," said C»sar.
high standard as his work us a justice. i noon, A platform meeting will be burg at the New Point Comfort dock clerks for their indifference in the matuntil 13 m,, July 28, iOlB, InPete Johnson, Ethiopian, operated a
"I Mi," she replied. "I dont ius- received
During the time he held the office of held Sunday night.
broke Sunday night, and the loose end ter of possible sales. One day, hear- ferry across the Alabama river. One
forrnntlon on application to quartermMm im —
custodian there were many political
struck Mrs, Mary Flnxbarth and hering a clerk say to a customer, "No, day he was accosted by a poor white peet where you have been; I know it. tcr.
changes, but Mr, Sniffen was always
KILLED BY FALL.
daughter Florence of New York. Mrs, we have not had any for a long time," stranger who wanted to cross, but
retained in office no matter which
Flaxbarth was bruised and her ankle the proprietor, unable to countenance hadn't the wherewithal, Pete gciatched
William
Brands
of
Keyport
Lost
His
party was in power. ' This in itself |
was sprained.
Her daughter suf- such an admission, began to work him* his wooly poll, perplexedly, then
Life nt Cljffwood Ywterday.
•was a testimonial to the manner in |
self into the usual rage. Fixing a
fered a broken ankle.
1
•which-he performed his work, for it William Brands of Keyport was
glassy eye on his clerk, he said to the queried. "Don yo* got no money
'fall?"
showed that good service and not po- killed yesterday morning by a fall of
customer i "We have plenty in re"No," was the dejected reply.
Died After Long Sickness.
FLOWER GARDEN NURSERY
litical pull was the influence which forty feet from the top of a pile of
serve, ma'am j plenty downstairs."
"But it doan' cost yo1 but three cents
James Downing of Ocean Grove
kept him in office.
brick on the grounds of the Cliffwood
Whereupon the customer looked ter cross," insisted Pete.
brick company at Cliffwood. He was died Saturday night after a sickness dazed, and then to the amazement of
••THE
"I know; but I haint got three
lasting more than a year, Mr. DownHow highly he was regarded by his found lying on the ground with both ing was 64 years old and had lived at the proprietor, burst into hysterical cents."
E, A, SLOTE,
townsmen was shown by the fact that arms and five ribs broken, One ofOcean Grove six years. He was a laughter and quit the shop.
After a final inward think, Pete re"What did she say to you?" de-marked: "I done tell yo' what; a man
although he never asked any one totho ribs punctured the lungs, causing linen salesman for a New York house.
King's Highway, MIDDLETOWN, N. J,
vote for him nor never did any elec- his death shortly after he was taken A widow and five children survive manded the proprietor of the clerk.
what aint got three cents am jes' as
"She said, 'We haven't had any rain well off on dis side ob de ribber as on
tioneering, he was always chosen to home in an automobile, Mr. Brands
lately.1"
office hy large mnjoritjes. -._.,__
Frequently was employed as yard foreman by him.
Perennial Novelties and Tender AnnufQ P l a n t s
de odder!"
.
m*m- —---^
he was unopposed^ He may not have the company. He was standing on the
for Sale,
•
•
mIcemen's Ball.
Wiy tht Miai w i i
n position in the Hall of Fame, but by brick pile calling to one of the men
It W M WO B»nqu«t.
who
works
under
him
when
he
lost
William
Jordan
and
John
Epps
will
the people of the town ho will be reA man rambled into a village cafe,
The story is told of a veteran of the
momborod as a man who fulfilled his his balance and fell. He was fifty give an icemen's ball in Odd Fellows selected a table, and told the attend- civil war who returned to the home of
duties ns a citizen and as a public years old. He leaves a wife and a hall on Beech street next Monday ing waiter to bring him half a duck, his boyhood to attend a banquet given
night, Three prizes will be awarded Fifteen minutes went by, then another
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servant with credit to himself and son, Walter Brands of Keyport,
-m i mr — —
for dancing, and athletic events will fifteen, and yet another. Finally the by the old boys. The diners were all
with benefit to the community.
men
he
had
known
as
youngiters.
He
"take place.
DANCE AT COUNTRY CLUB.
man at the table began to show symp.expected them to talk over old times.
tonis of impatience,
Instead one talked incessantly about
Arm Broken by Fall.
EXERCISES AT EATONTOWN,
Festivities Held at Rurason Clubhouse
—*"Whtt can I d o loryou, sir?" asked his t a d liver; another discoursed on
Saturday Night.
Everett Alexander, son of E. E,the waiter, going over to the table in his weak heart; a third had a lot to
Entertainment Given by Presbyterian
and Mrs, Lewis L. Clarke of ! Alexander_of Nut Swamp, fell out of response to an imperative call.
say about his kidney troupe, and so
Sunday-School.
Monmouth Beach gave a dinner at the
the a tree on Thomas Coulton's place in
"What about "my order?" demanded it went on. When the veteran re- • Saturday
~ • • night,
•Middletown township Saturday ofter- the diner. "How soon do I get that turned to his home he was asked how
Children s day wus observed by the R u m i , o n country club
Eatontown
Presbyterian
Sunday- which was followed by a dance. The noon and broke his arm. The boy will half a duck?"
he enjoyed the^ banquet. "Banquet 1"
school. Sunday night. The entertain- guests were the Brazilian Ambassa- carry his arm in splints for several
"Just as soon as somebody comes in he snorted. "Bah! It wasn't a banment was noteworthy for the large dor and Mme. da Gama, Mr, and Mrs. weeks.
and orders the other half," was thequet. I t was an organ recital."
AT
„ _juidieuce_jt-,,drew and for the elabor- Elbert H, Gary, who spent Sunday
cairn"re]diner"of the waiter, "You
JTot tlio Horse for Kim,
ate floral attractions, The exercises with Mr. and Mrs, Clarke at their
dont think we Ban go out and kill half
He Know What a Court W M .
comprised choruses by the school, house, at Monmouth Beach; Mr, and A German farmer was in search of a duck, do you?"
scripture reading led by William E. Mrs, J. W. Spalding, Mv. and Mrs.a driving horse. A friend directed
Down in South Carolina they caught
Morris, prayer by John G, Broese, Frederick H, Eaton, Mr. and Mrs.him to a liveryman. "I've got just
an old negro roost-robber "with the
No Episcopal Church for Him.
recitation by Lois Underbill; Evelyn William A, Jamison, Mr. and Mrs,the horse for you," said the liverygoods on him," as the sayinf goes, and
The
negro
coachman
of
a
Southern
: .Anderson, Margaret Tilton, Elizabeth Le Roy W, Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs.man, "He's five years old, sound as
forthwith haled him into court to
Successor to Moielle
Conover, Muriel Rosenbury, Letha James M, >Beck, Mr, and Mrs. E, D,a dollar and goes ten miles without senator who attends the Episcopal stand his trial for chicken-itealing.
church, after many invitations from
Hulick, Thelma Vunck, Inez Vunck, Adams and J, Horace Harding, Joseph stopping,"
When
old
Rastus
was
placed
in
the
the' senator's wife, went into the
Loietta Elgrim,_Calvin Rush, Elwood A. Flynn and J. LynehiPondergast.
The German threw his head sky- church one Sunday morning instead of dock the judge aaid, "Now, Uncle Baa,
Rnydei1, Ernest Elgrim, Roy Carlisle,
I suppose you realize that you're in
ward, "Nod for me," he said, "nod staying outside.
John and Albert Gloxer, Norma Beal,
a court of law, and you quite realize MKiflnnaBeaii
MMMt
for me. I lif eight miles from town
"How did you like the service, Jim?" what a court is?"
Margaret Slothart, Edna VanKeuren, LITTLE SILVER PORCH PARTY out, and mit dot horse 1 haf to valk
she asked- afterward,
Helen Dennis, Dorothy Underhill,
"Why, shore, boas," came back Rasbuck two miles,"
"Not much, mustis," Jim replied. tus, "a co't? Why, a co't am shore a
Helen Dennis, Dorothy Stothart, MUsionariei from Widely Separated
"That
ain'
no
church
fob
me.
Dey
Placei
Among
the
Guests.
•
Gladys Snyder, Alma Crawford and
wastes too much time readin' di min-place where dey dispenses wif jusThe Mason ami the Doctor.
A porch party at which two misFred Beal- song by Alma Crawford,
tice!"
utes ob de previous meetin'."
and GAS PLATES, Ovens to fit
Venetia Matthews, Annie Parker and sionaries from widely separated parts
A pompous physician, who was inof
the
earth
were
among
tho
guests
—
•
»
—
—
The Mlnl«ter and the Choir 8iBf«r.
LoreiUi Elgrim; pantomime, by Inez
clined to criticize others, was watching
Agent
for
The New Perfection Blue Flame Oil Stoves
Vunck, Helen Dennis, Gladys Snyder, took place Saturday afternoon at the a stone-mason build n fence for a
Coffee.
A minister was in love with a momThe Beit in the world
Thelma Vunck. t Dorothy Underhill, Methodist parsonage at Little Silver. neighbor. He thought the mason used
A physician who attended Fonto- ber of his choir. He himself was
Dorothy Stothart and Lois Underhill, Mrs, J. B. Shaw, wife of the pastor too much mortar. "Jim," he said, nelle onco found him drinking coffee. musically inclined, and frequently the
Gat
Tubing all length*
with a song by Miss Madeline Haynes of the church, was the hostess, Tho "the trowel covers up a good many "My good sir," said this sage descend- two would sing duets. Recently ho
two
missionaries
are
Miss
Nourso,
Window
Screens,
Screen Wire, Screen Door*
and Mi«s Mabel Bennett and an admistakes, doesn't it?"
ant of Galen, "I am astonished to see arose to.announce the music for the
who recently arrived in this country
dress by Rev, Dwight L. Parsons.
"Yes, doctor," calmly replied the you swallowing the infusion of that morning service, and this is what he
Full line of Hammoclu at low prices
The children were drilled for their , from Africa, and Miss Britt, who will mason, "and so does the spade."
pernicious berry—coffee is a slow said in his agitation: "Miss Blank
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7 Bread St.
parts by Miss Sara Nivison and Miss 1j return to
to her work in India in a short
will now sing 'Oh, bad I the wingi of
m im poison!''
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Isabelle Bennett. The decorations time. Miss
— Britt
- •--was the
- recipient
. . .of"
.
a
dove,
I
would
fly
away,'
accompanied
The Farmer Wastsd to Knowi
"I think," said Fontenelle, "it must
were arranged by Miss Kate Van- a number of gifts with which to furbe slow; for I have drunk|fb'wiyi great by the pastor,"
A Pennsylvania farmer was the
Schoick, Miss Isabella Bennett, Miss nisb her home in India.
wner of a good Alderney cow, A perseverance for more* than forty
Mabel Bennett, Miss Nivison, Miss
^•*»»*»»»tf^»H^»«^>»»»##0»g»»»#eg#e#»i9«c»«i
Lillie Bennett, Lorettti Elgrim and 4ANY ATTEND HEBREW DANCE. tranger, having admired the animal, years,"
isked
tho
farmers
"What
will
you
Annie Parker.
The Advance of Selene*.
Two Hundred Periom Enjoy Feitivi- ake for your cow?"
tiei on Wtit, Front Street.
Troubled
with
The farmer scratched his head for ' Doctor—What?
ELKS' BARN DANCE.
moment, and then said: "Look a- sleeplessness? Eat something befofe
About 200 persons attended a
party at the Hebrew congregation's lere, be you the tax assessor, or has going to bed.
More Than 100 Person* at Gay Affair meeting place ori^ West Front street ho been killed by the railroad?"
Patient—Why, doctor, you once told
Last Thursday Night,
me never to eat anything before going
Sunday night. The festivities were
"The Elks' lodge held a barn dance nder the direction of the women's
to bed.
•Wanted a Sample
last Thursday night in the barn on lub of the congregation. Dr. A. A.
Doctor (with dignity)—Pooh, pooh!
"Your honor,' said the foreman of vThat was last January. Science has
Elks' home property on Enst Front ^inklestein of New York, brother of
street. More than 100 persons at- . M. Finklestein of Red Bank, made he jury, "this lady is suing this gent made enormous strides since then.
tended the affair.
The barn was n address. The party was for the :or $10",000 for a stolen kiss,"
beautifully decorated with Japanese onefit of the Hebrew school for
"Correct," responded the judge. Calling' OB Hln Fntnre Patlior-ln-taw.
Innternfl and electric lights. Festoons hildren. A present was given to You are to decide if it was worth
Young man—I have called, sir, to
of electric lights were hung about iach pupil.
t,"
the lawn. Prizes were awarded to
'That's the point, your honor. Could request the hand of your daughter in
marriage,
the fortunate dancers. Large numbers SUCCESSFUL LAWN FESTIVAL,
he jury have a sample?"
Grumbells—Has she accepted you?
wore painted on the floor, and after
Young man—Yes, sir.
ench dance, the couples stood on these Social Helpers of the Baptist Church
The PrJ«oner'B Occnpatlon.
Grumbells—.Then what do you want
•i
numbers while a wheel was spun.
Clear About $80.
Warden (to now prisoner)—What to come around and bother me with
The wheel had numbers correspondThe Social Helpers of the Baptist work can you do? What was your oc- your troubles for?
Baby Dresses art 49c and 69c
A New Selection of Dresses
ing to the numbers of the floor, and
A new arrival of dainty dresses for little tots in
•wherever the wheel stopped, the hurch cleared about $80 at a lawn cupation?
The
very
latest
models
In
Crepes,
Voiles
and
many
Rflmemtoerlnff tha Walter.
couple standing on the number won a festival at Mrs. George M. Sandt's on
Prisoner—I was a 'cellist In an orof other fancy materials at special price, S2.9S, low and square necks with short sleeves, kiraona
prize. Music w'as furnished by Wil- Broad street last Wednesday and
styles, dainty trimmed and fancy materials. Good
"Beg
pardon,
air,"
observed
the
« S , M and M * M . Valuea up to f 10.00,
liam Sandlass's orchestra from the Thursday afternoons. Fancy articles,
Warden—Well, then, we'll set youtough-loofcing waiter, suggestively.
ce
cream,
cakes
and
candies
were
on
Taiaeat98e,
\
Bamboo garden at Highland Beach.
to rawing wood.
"Gentlemen at this table usually—er
Ladies'
Coats
at
Great
Reductions
Refreshments were served on thesale, and they were served at a lunch
—remember me, sir."
eon in the sun-parlor, A see-saw,
Baby Caps and Hats at Great
lawn,
He Would Help.
Up-to-date models in Checks, Corduroya and
"I dont wonder," said the cuttomer,
ehute-the-ehute and swings wore on
Ptoriuctf on*
"Mr. Editor, we are trying to start cordially. "That mug of yours would
Chinchillas. We offer them at a clearing- pries S4<M
the lawn to nmuse the children.
Lawn
Gapi
and
Bonnets, pique and straw hats
be
hard
to
forget."
a home for disabled poets,"
and $ 5 . 9 8 . These Coati were Belting up to a week
STAR OF THE SEA GRADUATES,
reduced to 2 1 c and 4 » o . Values up to 98c
"Fine," said the editor, "There is
Riding Academy Opened,
•go for 110.00 and 112,60.
a whole bunch of poets in this town
Five Girls Living in This Section Fi
Hl» BmoOMt Dno to Hla Wife.
The Central Park riding academy, that I will disable as soon as you are
Ladles' Combinations,
ish Course of Studies,
"My •wife mode me a success," reLadles' White Top Skirts at Reduced
Those
are
M lot of sample .ctnnbhmtions made of
May Walsh and Pfiuline Lang of which conducted a branch at thoready for them "^
marked the man.
fine quality nainsook, trimmed with Imported «mPrices
1
Bed Bank, and Margaret Kelly, Cath- Globe hotel stables last year, has re"I
am
glad
to
hear
you
say
that/
opened
its
brnnch
here
for
the
second
Bow the People Wonia Learn the Tenth,
broidery aod ribbon beading with knickarbock«r
eriiie MeOarrity and Mabel McCor
A fine ielection of the best material and styles. drawers
declared his partor.
in all sizes, good valu© at 98c.
mick of Shrewsbury were among season at the same place with Thomas
Mrs.
Oneymun—-If
you
never
go
to
"Yes, she has always wanted so
Linens, Garbardines, imported Ratinea and Basket
those who graduated from the Star of Giblin as riding instructor. The church with me, Tiow are people to many things that I've just had to
GIothB and otter fancy materials. Priew are reduced
the Sea academy at Long Branch Fri- academy has its own horses and know that I am married?
hustle."
dny afternoon. Rev. M. MeCorristan ponies, and a number of children and
t o 9 8 c , S 1 . 4 9 , S l . M . Formerly priced $1.50 to »8.00.
Mr. Oneymun—Oh, take the kids
Dozens of new atylen of fancy materials, with
prwlded at the exercises. The grad- adults have enrolled for this season's with you. I guess that will make
What
n
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t
w<mia
Be,
qittker collars, alto awnimr stripei, rice doth, fancy
untes received certificates for effi- course,
people suspect the truth at least.
• i• — —
Parasols at 98c and 91.98
Bank teller—This check Is all right,
ciency in writing. Alwida Edwards
bird's-eye VoileB, O^andies and plain tailored, also
New
Alumni
Officers.
but you muit be introduced! Cant
New ahadea of pore «iik Purasola -with fancy fancy trimmed in aises from 84 to 46,
of Long Brnnch and Margaret Kelly
'
Ho
Hoffolat
Motor
Schedule.
you bring in your husband?
got diplomas for proficiency in bookThe Atlantic Highlands ajumni an
borders, gilted tips, handsome handles u d tDk tassels.
Woman—-Who, Jack? Why, if Jack
Special* In MWdy B I O U S M
keeping,
_^
sociation has elected Edgar C. Cook
Crawford—Did you have your regupresident, John Tumen vice-president, lar schedule when you went on your thought you wanted an introduction
«9c Middy Blouses
to me he'd knoek your block off,
9Bc Chlldrm's
Mrs. Walter Roberts secretary and motoring tour?
ARMORY IN DARKNESS.
»L60Middy Bloqpa
;...
Miss Myrtle Quackenbush treasurer,
Grabshaw—Oh, nof we just natA rare bargain in Children's Wash Dresses, made »8.00 Silk BUdOy Btooa«i
Big Military BuildiiiK H.» Been With- The dues have been increased from urally stopped wherever the car hap*
for Mon»y.
of fast color dress Ginghams and flowered Crepes in
$1 to $1.50 a year,
These are all well made with fast color trimming*
out Lights for Two Nights.
pened to have its breakdown.
"Does
your
husband
play cards for
the latent stylesfatAtma from 8to14.
in aizea from 8 years to 44,
The electric power in the armory
money?"
at Red Bank was cut off Monday by
Colored Giant. Beat Belford.
"1 dont think ao," replied young
TJie Lawy«t and th» Doctor.
Specials In DonMstfea
the Public Service electric compaiiy
Mra. Toikina, "But those who play
The
Colored
Giants
defeated
the
because the state has failed to pay the
The lawyer was endeavoring to with him do." _ ^
To introduoB a new brand of Jolly Clown Hosa 86c h«avy Turkish Towels
All
Stars
of
Belford
at
Red
Bank
company'B bill for light. The bill i
pump some free advice out of the docwhich the manufacturer, offered us a supplytoadvtr- Table Cloth Hmnttttdifld
' about a year over due, it was stated Sunday afternoon by a score of 7 totor. "Which sidrf is it MR to lie on,
0.
The
game
was
of
a
see-saw
nature
Use this brand to tell them for 60 per e«nt less than Henntitclwd Napkin*, pare white..,
doc?"
/
at the office of the company thifl
thair value. They are pure white, fins rib, made *f
86*45.tiltow C*MM» goodipalilv....;
morning. Last night the ambulanc and held the crowd in a state of ex- "The Bide that gay/ you the re- "There's one thing I will say for my
first two husbands.'
company had a drill in the armory, citement throughout the contest. tainer," said the doctor..
Egyptmin
cotton
in
sixes
from
6
to
9
1-2.
Quantity
46c
Bed Bhwto 72xflO
Clifford
Green
of
the
Red
Bank
team
"What'a thatf"
Light wno supplied by bicycle lamps
79c
Bedah—tdBetmlw JlrtO
mtrfctad
to
fi
pair
to
a
customer.
pitched
great
ball,
as
did
his
opponent
"They alwayg paid ttelr alimony
automobile lamps and candles.
Wanted to Battle Xt Out of Court.
Murphy,
who
ia
deaf
and
dumb.
IOO
Linen Dish Toweling...,
',
7|o
promptly.*^
m • »•'
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H.00
8nmnwr
Comfortables,
good
size.
Magistrate—Can't this case be getAmliuUnco Company to Camp,
Arthur Pryor, Arcade Pier, i
A.
tied out of court?
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Made offi»eqoaH«FCMpe,cut fall siae. Triwrnad 11.00 BUaluU in white and g w j
* Red Bank ambulance c o m p l y wil bury Park, commencing Sunday, Jan<
Mulligaii—Shure, That's phat we
"What
is
a
We Umiak T*Wo Lin«n
.«S«js«d
with
German Vjtf U p .
go to Pennsylvania on July 20th to
27th, 8H0 and 8:1B o'clock.—-Adver. wuz thryin to do, yer honor, •whin the "A Rirl wh» taows she cant
tiaement
for nine days.
police interfered.
fand cant be coaxedtotry." <
,OMN H. COOK. EcHat MM! PuhB.h«.
GEORGE C. HANCE. Atwtelaf Eiljtmf,
LILIES AND DEWUNHIttS INBLOOM.
Do you want satisfaction ^hen celebrating
the 4th? If you to, buy your
TRUBIN'S
38 Broad Street
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Red Bank
—
BLUE FLAME OIL STOVES
I
J. YANKO'S
24 Broad Street,
Red Bank, N. J.
SPECIAL OFFERINGS
In Dresses, Wash Skirts, Bathing Suits, Coats and Many
Other Good Values of Up-to-Date Dependable Merchandise
Shirt WalsU at » f c
mw
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T#HE M O »ANK REGISTER.
P*a» Thirteen.
THE TWO U I B I 1 ,
to' BiintCH""*riio 'pocket hook,
Curd of Thanka.
nmcli much of his time while at
* ' VEUgQWAL.
K. M. Conk, Auctlonoor,
John ruilstedi nml u tu'iiiUo imHticd,
Hensonville preparing for the harTo show my appreciation to thosu
Tli»y
H»il
Fl»nty
of
Monty
Bat
They
Frederick Finnerty of Jersey City vesting of maple syrup from the trees
who extended sympathy nnd nid to
ToiinntB in rooniH udjolnlui; onim- lu
W i t i Very Saving, !TBV«rtli«l#«». '" myself and family in our breavement
fcu b**n visiting John ^Gorman ofon his plac«.
and, RoeliiK what WHH tukSiiM phiio,
AUCTION SALE
Monmputh itreet
There once lived at 8t, Jof-uph, Minx- caused by tin- death of my father, I
Thomaa Oiblln of. New York, inrolled t!<e police, nm! the two uppoEdw»rd 0'BrUnB;*on of William •tractor at the Central Park riding
otiri,
two
fanioiiM
miHt'rr,
two
old
take
thin
means
of
expressing
rny
neut« were arnwtMi asiil liil.cn to u
CBri«n of Branch mvenuo, U home academy's branch here, is a guest at
buchulurs, of courKc. The older niitser gratitude.
JOHN SNIlTKN
HtttttOll.
from Princeton preparatory •chpol the Globe hotel,
oulk-d on the younger nne ni^ht, and —• Advoitisi;ment, '
When tho ctwo onum up for I'ximilim- found him Hittlnf; in the (lull;. Howfor tkiMnftter vacation,
Leon Gordon of Linden place is
tluu the justice directed Unit tho owner i'ver, when In? found there WHS a
Mttl Dorothyy Straus of Linden working as clerk in Child'* grocery on
SIXTHS.
The property of P. Godfrey «
of tlii> prb;»erty In qnwtlon lit'lui* milt mortgage paper to he exaiiiinetl he lit f ' l . i i H K . - A t l t i - i l I I H I I K . i i i i
K r l i l n v .
M* i i «mploy«d M « talMgirl at Broad street.
ut 110 Mechanic Htreut
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And How It Was Turned pmpurty. Thin bavin),' IMHMI iliim-, tlm .he candle iiKuin.
Thursday, June 24th
n i l " K i t h , M i ' . - i . , N . I I . | J I < I I v i i .H i " n i i , i n i ; ! i .
vUltor at Bed Bank on ThamdRy.
with her brother-in-ljiw, Harry C. Fay
JIHHI John eounm'l, aiiil tho
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at l':<)0 o'clock, rain o r nhlne
"Why
did
you
do
t
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a
t
?
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his
KUcst
a
t,&-Wrence Wolf of Catherine street of Monmouth street.
cant) of llnrjjruvo rontiiH Ltorluii WHH
to a Useful Purpose
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('iiiif.istitig of 7 piece I'arliir Huite,
ittle
oiri'lidi'il,
jinked,
Is operating a jitney bus around town.
Jay Leonard, son of W. W. Leonard
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HocHing C h a i r s , TiildeH, StaiidN, 1M«- I
He recently bought on automobile of Broad street, graduated from the
"Now, my dear Nir," miid t h e host,
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Hanrrnvc told how he hud ],mt IIIH 'can't we talk just an well in the dark'.' U ' . M
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from E. 8, Olileion, Mr. Wolf was Bordentown military inHtitute last
Inn*'
li.ih.
ills.
Mi.it %
By ESTHER VANDEVEER pocketbook. IIi> had i w n walking the [)f course wo r a n , and think how itM . - i i - . ' i - l l n - i . u f ,i i l . n m h l i T ,
P i n i n g Room Tiiltli*, Hideboard, S e r v formerly employed aft clerk in George week. He is •ponding the Rummer
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Htrect when he was jOHtlwl by tumio lilVeK the ciunlU'."
ing T a b l e , ('hair-i, HUJJ.S, C a i p e t ! , 3
Wolf'• itore on Front street.
with hii sister, Mrs. George Aekerman • TTfTTf™
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Hedioom .Suites, Urns;; a n d I r o n I k i l a ,
men. Ho Bhoiitixl for the police, rind
Mist Emma Pierce of Shrewsbury of Hudson avenue.
So they inked on—money, money, < i . t U i ; i i ( i ' i ' .
S e w i n g Mnchine. all k111cirt of Kitchen
avenue spent a few days last week
Fred Parker of Atlantic City is John Dorian was a country boy who the uiPiiran.On ivnchlnK home ho Honey, But the host nntici-d s t r u n g
W I M P S * I X . —A t lli-il
1 1i i ii l c , . i n T h i i r - i with Hiss Bertha Thompson of Long visiting his aunt, Mrs, Anna Frazee had gone to the city to make bis for-(Uncovered his IOHH. ll« mi|i|io8(>d tlint ounds yorniiin from hiw n»CKt's chair . l i i v , , ! i l l l i ' l u i h , M i ' 8 . A l l " ! - ! H l l n j i j i ' i l l , n f UleiiHilH, China, (ilaHs, e t c , nnd o t h e r
thing* t o o niimcriHtN t o n i r n l i o i i ,
Branch.
of West Front street.
the robberH hud dropped UIH p*M-'ket- —strance crenk.s and rustling—-and
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e v e r y t h i n g in tliHt c l n s c o n d i t i o n .
MrB, Joel Walling of Koyport
at last no said:
Mrs. Lucy E. Douglass hag returned tune. Ho bad parted, the night before book in their illght.
Tei-m.1! ea.-h.
spent part of last week with herfrom a viiit with relatives at Norwich, leaving bwao, with Mabel BurrougbH John's counsel, a lawyer mimed Dex"What are you doing there, any-.h1 u1l1l1.! . ' ! i t i i . M l ' M , l l . l l ' . l l i l S t l l t t , I I , , . f
daughter, Mrs. Leon Newman of New- Conn, The cold weather there at tho gate of her futber'B home, botb ter, ndviited IIIH client to aumnion an way?"
f, GODFREY.
M A R R I A G E S .
man Sprinjrt road.
brought on an attack of grip and Mrs. pledging tbeuueives to be true to each
"Why, said the other, "R'K dark and
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Frank Mount and Floyd Mullen Douglass returned home to wait for other till John's return, when ho had
obody can see me, no I thought I'd
have returned for the summer vaca- warmer weather, when she will again become successful, mid they would be him to teselfy to IIIH honwty. This take off my trousers to .save wear and HI lI i .vI I. I I JM) . *. i im, H I i UA' . ' ..Il Il .I i. r' nS. I- I. 'Mi ' V, , M . iI n: n«. ' l . i nti ii l- t. hi . lA . i yWUH done, n«d quite a iiiiinber wore tear."
tion from Stevens Technical institute, visit Norwich,
i.iwniiiith
i ' f I , . m i i : l l r i u i i l i u n . | H i • 111-• N" I : .
married.
I l i i l t * n f I ' 1 . 1 111 A i i i l i i i y .
Miiiei Mildred and Ruth Embley
After tukliiK their testimony
Raymond Hurley of Oakland street
f i t N l ' A N N ' n . V . - . M ' . M A I I i i N .
A t 1 1l u l l of Senbright, bookkeepers in Child's is employed as office boy in John S, Mabel wris a practical girl. Bho bad
colled Htirsrnve to tile Ntnnd.
I t Oavo tho Man a lift.
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BRIGHT, M, .J.
bakery, spent the week-end at Toms Applegate's law office.
known of other young mon going to "Why did you not mention In your The well-dressed, portly man .stood I ' . K I ' . I I I I H , M | B . H W i n l l ' r i ' . l . | . , , . I ' I I I - ( M lSEA
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MisB Irene Tujly of New York spent the city to make their fortunes, somu udvoxtluemeDt," iiski'd tim iiiwyer, "tho for Buvural moments watching tliu I ' i i i i f i i i n , 1 1 1 * 1 , 1 * * 1 , 1 1 J . , \ | r . \ l . i h . . i i . 1 , , . 1 1 1 . i f i n n , :-•• a l u i ; ; h t . X . , 1 . , i K ' t w i i ' i ] i " i i i t i . T #
Mrs. J. 0. Lamtaertson. of Branch the week-end with Mrs, John Carroll of wlujm had conio back threadbare voiichera you clnim were in the poek- brawny drayiiinn who was laboriously
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K X I I \ \ [ , 1 : H — 1I!-:\1!Y.— A t X o u m k , ,,i,
avenue is spending two weeks atof River street.
tugging lit n largo, heavy-laden box, S i i i i . l i i y . . ) i i i i • • i j ' i t l i , M I K - 1 . ! , i i n i , - K i i i i i W " ; tl',-,:l, I'll'.II- I! '- I,
und hungry and some reninined away, etbook?"
Freehold, Hightsown, Trenton and
Richard Pate of Denver, Colorado, bijt she bad never beard of any of "IkK-uuse thoy were not money and which .seemed almost UH wide as thei l l ' . V . - w . - i r U m i l l l . i - i i n y H . f i i - y n f I d 1 f , . j - , l .
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Princeton.
was a guest of Edward O'Brien of them
doorway through which he was trying
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making fortunes. One bad been of no vnluc to uny one but me."
Hamilton B. Price returned last Branch avenue last week.
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week from B buBlneis trip of four
m im
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weeks at Buffalo, New York.
.eoruaut ear that rolls over those WHO ers''"
I M H t r i h ' l !• i i i ^ ,
piring drayman and .said with n patCHURCH NEWS.
KKir.--At
Hilin;ir, • „ ,
Roue! Baker Kimball, Jr., of Seafail In the struggle In a great city. Tho witnewH hesitate*!, then claimed ronizing air: "Like to have a lift"?*' M ' >/ i. iIi' |M; i My . I tJ t—n iI nI A M
l l d i , h y| t i - y .
I - ' . | | , S M . r - JOHN W, DOWSER,
bright, who ii well known here, gradto bo Held at BnptUt While John was picturing to her how that they wem receipted bills for
"But yer life," the other replied, and I - ' h ir f, i i l Mi i ,i « ms i l l V h Hi lI iI - It U H M1 ),,Xl ul lnn i ' 'i i . r n f rI li .i i. yl ti Mi iM. i. -l i' '
ated last week from Princeton col- Eattrtitnnmt
money espciide«l.
be
would
work
early
and
lute,
saving
Church
Friday
night.
for
the next two minutes the two men,
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Before the case went to the jury on opposite sides of the box, worked,
The Nearer and Farther Lights so- nil ho made except for a bare living,
iss Marlon LambertBon of Branch
DEATHS,
puffed,, and wheezed, but it did
Dexter eliilnieil that he lind proved lifted,, p
avenue spent Sunday with friends at ciety of the Baptist church will give she listened doubtlngly.
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tho
portly
uarat'tor
mill
tlint
there
an
entertainment
Friday
night
in
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"Anyway,
Jobnny,
whothbr
you
come
not
move
an
inch.
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and said, hobe- . I m i f l :Nu Tl ii, S . W- —i lAl th i i (n' l l li TJ 'wHi ii ini i-li,i m
neither any evidence that be had man straightened up and
iTn.'.-.'l.iy,
Mrs. Robert MucKcllar of Maple church. Vocal selections will be ren- back rich or poor, you'll find me here
Ladies* and Gents' Tailor
bulieve
we
can
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puffs:
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Miss
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waiting for you, and I'll welcome you stolen tho voiu.-hiTH nor tiny necessity get it in there,
avenue hag been spending several
ill y u i l r H .
Naser,
Miss
Christine
Hook
and
Eudays on a visit at Haddonneld. Mr.
Cleaning and Repairing
just as heartily if you are poor as if for such evidi'uee, becniiHu if ho had
n e d llaiik, on
MacKollar drove to that place in hisgene Magee, Misses Laura Birdsall, you are rich. But against ono thing been a thief ho would hnve taken the "Get it in?" the drayman almost liny , J i m i KII.—At
lUtli,
William
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automobile to bring Mrs, MaeKellar Alma Bodine and Marion Ford will let me caution you. If you find that money nnd loft the vouchers instead shouted, "Why, you blamed mutton- •"ii !
HATS RENOVATED
head, I'm tryingtogot it out!"
give jpiano solos and Miss Helen Kelly
home.
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taking
tho
vouchers
niid
leaving
the
of Matawan will recite. The junior the battle bj going against you como
OCEAN AVE., SEA BRIGHT, N.j.
m i • —^—.
iliiy, Jtim.> K i t l i , M I ' H , . \ l ; i r y K i n i i i u i i s , nw-'il
Mr, and Mrs. Dewitt Carhart of choir will sing for the first time at back. Don't stay in the city to bomoney., He nlso claimed that his client
Why S i Cams Back.
Spring street and, Mr. and Mrs.
had a cause of action against Hnrgrave
the church service Sunday night.
crushed."
HI'BHARt).—At
I t c . l l l i i i i k , fin T t i i s Madam Silvera
George Brand of Long Branch spent
One of the bosses at Baldwin's Loco- ( l a y , J u n o Li2il, M r s , S;irnli ] l i i l i l ) n r i l , a t ; r . l
for slander nnd that the evidence had
Next
Tuesday
night
the
Philathea
John
promised,
and
with
a
long
em:IL! yi'iii'H i i n d 7 n u i T i t l i s ,
Jti.-lntlvi-n n m l
motive
Works
had
to
lay
off
an
arguSunday at Forked River, where they iociety will meet at Miss Nellie Alshown the plaintiff to be a miser. To
DRESSMAKER
frienilH n r o Inviti-il t nu t t i - m l t i n - lum-I-JIJ
Irishman named Pat, so he,'lt
enjoyed a shore dinner at Gowdy's bert's of Peters place. The Christ- brace they parted.
this tho judge lidded instructions that mentatlvo
tilt • I n t . , 1-cHiili-11.(1 n i l W e s t
Krnllt
When
John
rolled
on
the
raised
saved discussion by putting the dis-s t r e e t , I-'riiJiiy, ,IUIK« iZiUi, l i t 2 : U 0 o ' c l o c k
hotel. The trip was made by motor- ian Endeavor society will hold a lawn
ttirougn the outskirts of thewere favorable to tho defendant.
charge In writing. The next day Pat p . i n ,
cyclei.
festival at Mrs. Anna Wilson's on tracks
When the verdict was brought in the was missin-g; but a week later the boss
SI.MI'J'IX.—At Asbiiry T'urk, o n T u p s city and saw the miles and miles of
Richard Sewing and William Earle Waverly place Tuesday, July 18th.
J u n e l . i t h , J o l i n W . M n i ' t l n , ngoil 02
said that the jury had found was passing through the shop and he (lily,
of White Plains, New York, spent the
yoni'K,
Sunday services have been re- houses, the throngs, the traffic, bis foreman
saw
him
again
at
his
lathe.
Going
up
for
the
defendant.
Since
the
pocketweek-end with Mr, and Mrs, Royal •utned at the Reformed church. Theheart sank within him. But he rePATTERSON'.—At Aslniry Piirlc, on
Irishman, he demanded fiercely: jronday,
Moss of Shrewsbury avenue.
June aist; David ruttei'Mon, ai|.'il
addition to the church will not be at-pressed the feeling of despondency, book contained other artlclefl than had teethe
7 1 ymura,
mentioned by the advertiser, it "Didn't you get my letter?"
Misses Madeline VanMater, Helen tached to the main building until gritted his teeth and resolved that be
PIKnCK.—• At ni'iullpy Benr-li, on Kini"Yis, sur, Oi did," said Pat.
Boughton, Louise Wilby and Helen the work is in course of completion. would succeed, He had read the story could not be the one for which ho had
ilay, June IHtli, Mrs, Htinuali I'., Vliice,
"Did you read it?"
Worthley have returned from Ment- The airdome will be ready in about of Whlttington, who went to London advertised. Therefore the property bethe Long Brnncli IIOK"Sure, sur, Oi read it inside and 01 KTjOANr*,—At
elair Normal school for the summer. two weeks.
Woilncsiliiy, .lime Ifitli, Chrlwtua poor b«r, bocanie discouraged at the longed to the defendant until a claim- read it outside," said Pat, "and on the pltul.jin
plifr
Hlomit!
of
Atliintie
Highlands, np:e>(l
Charles Hammer of Eastside Park
ant for it coold prove that it was his.
At the Methodist church Sunday
has a new Harley-Daviion motor- morning Rev. Harold P. Sloan will sight of the great city in the distance Before John and his coansel bad loft inside yez said I was fired, and on the 7") y pa r'M.
HX1FFKN.—At Hod Bnnki on Frlilay,
cycle,
whichjie bought from William preach the first of a series of'sermons and resolved to go back to his borne. th© court Hargrave's counsel came to outside yez said, 'Return to Baldwin's June
l s t h , Tlieodgru b\ Snlft't'n, agt-d fs
C.1 Lawrerice.
based upon the Apostles reed. The But he heard the bells ringing, and John and offered, on behalf of hisLocomotive Works in five days.' "
years.
'
i
Rev, Lester G, Leggett, who has first topic will be "I Believe in God, they seemed to say, "Turn again,
STEJILFn.—At JTntiiwan," on T h u r s - '
been living at Asbury Park, has the Father Almighty," Mr, Sloan be- Whlttington, lord mayor of London." client, all the money that was in It
What He Sid.
day, J u n e ITtli, Christian F, Stumlor.
tiltecl 4S years,
Tented his house at that place, and lieves that Billy Sunday and the pres- He entered the city and became enor- and $100 for the book. Dexter at once
Judge—What
is
your
oacupation,
became gusplcioue and made an exami- my man?
STOOTllOFF,—At LOUK Brandi h o s will return to Red Bank to board with ent day revival movement have put a mously rich.
pital,
tin Tut-'Hilay, June lIL'il, ILil.i, Siisan
Francis V, Many of Drummond place renewed emphasis upon the ChristA
nation of tbe pocketbook. Ono sldo
fiS years, wife of .lames
Prisoner—I
am
a
bus
driver,
my
]
This
story,
familiar
to
many
a
schoolafter July 1st.
ian Creed, and his sermons will be
being remarkable for its thickness, be lord.
A, Htoothoff. ],"uni.'ral Hervires at 2:30
boy,
camo
back
to
John
Borlan
and
p,
in,
ThurNclay
from hf'r lat» reHlileiift*, f i n d Get Full
appropriate
to
this
thought.
At
Fifteen delegates of the Elntracht
inserted his knife between It nnd the Judge—You mean you are the
Alicldlinown, X, ,T, Hplativts ainl frlouilH I Size 25c Cake
society of Red Bank attended the pic- night, the wage-earners' question, gave him courage. When he alighted lining and took out seven ?l,000 bills. driver
are'inyited
to
attend
without further in- • ( HarflnaSoap •
of horses attached thereto?
I ILMIM
nic of the Eintracht societies of New "What am I Making?" will be elabor- from the train be felt strong enough He a t once called bis client to him
vitation.
Prisoner—Yes,
sir.
Jersey, at New Brunswick on Sunday, ated upon in a sermon entitled "Am to breast the tide that seemed risimg for a private conference and showed Judge—You are charged with hit4
Asiuiry
Park, on
n,—At th,
The trip was made in automobiles do- I Making a Living or a Life?" A to oppose him
y,
, Mrs. limily H
this man in the face; Did you do Thursday,
S
t
k
June
1
number of persons will be received in- The game of life is similar to a game him the find, Jobc was nstoni^hed, ting
nated by members of the society.
Stryker, nged lil years..
aULLIVAX.—At Sliddletown, (in F r i Mr, and Mrs, Branch M. Curtis of to membership by letter Sunday of cards. If we have good cards, but ha hod decided to return both tho it?Prisoner—Certainly not!
day, Juno INth, Mrs. Cornuliu.V r>- Hullimoney
he
had
found
and
the
pocketChicago are visiting Mr. and Mrs.morning. The church is making a
vnn, of a daughter.
Judge—What did you do, then?
Louis George Davidson of Peters point of holding home-like services. which is the same as having good luck, book to Hargrove, to whom be believed
V A X n i t r X T . — A t IMUK Bi'iilicli, nn
Prisoner-— I hit him on the nasal Mdiuliiy,
Every worshipper is personally wo win. A few there are with such It rightfully belonged. He now took
place,
.lime. Mth, (Jh:irIcH Vtinlirunt
organ attached thereto.
rtgCHl 00 yearn.
greeted,
and
the
seats
are
free.
aptitude
for
the
game
that
they
may
the
same
fffound
with
respect
to
the
Miaa Katherijia Holmes of South
AUXDERVUHn.— At
FrnclKiUl,
nn
Btreet is spending this week at GullThe subject of the Christian win with poor cards-, but, generally concealed bills.
Riiiidny, .7111111 intli, Jlrs.
He Wai Doing Bis Belt.
speaking,
poor
cards
mean
the
loss
of
ford, Conn., as the guest o£ Mrs, Wil- Science services at John G. Mason's
"You will do no such thing," sold
Vandervfir, aged 111 years,
couple went to a Western , (lll WOOLLEY.—At Poplnr, on Wcdnos
liam L. Stone,
on River street next Sunday will be he game. In other words, success the lawyer. "I am acting In-your inMrs. leabelle Sod-in and Mr. and "Christian Science,"
June 16th, ^hs, liiizuheth 11. Wnoi
comes with opportuni^,
terest, and'it. is my business to protect preacher in a small mountain town to l e>".
y iimtl Hi yearH
Mrs, William. Howell of Bradley
'
AAnion prayer service of the Bap- John Borlan found one bit of op-you in yonr rights. The miser tried be married. After all was completed
p
Beach were Sunday guests of Mrs, tist," Grace and Reformed churches portunity In the city or, what is thoto beat you out of the reward offered Uie couple evinced
i d
d i i i
no disposition
to [
Baden's daughter, Mrs, Robert Clay will be held tonight in the Presbyaccused you of being a thief. leave the chancel. So the clergyman
of Monmouth street. ;
terian church. Rev, Burton J, K,same thing, a bit of luck. But this did and
out his hand, shook hands with
Leave
the matter to me and I will held
not
come
to
him
for
several
years
aftCharles K. Champlin of Oakland Way of Eatontown will lead in a song
the bride, and then held out his hand
make
an
equitable
settlement
for
you,"
street was a visitor at Newburgh last •entice, and a number of the minis- er he had entered the fray there. On
to the bridegroom. The latter had his
week, where he called upon hit itage ters will speak on "Revivals and Re- his arrival he spent a month looking John finally consented to abide by fist deep in his trousers pocket, and as
90 Bridge Avenue
vival Spirit," Delegations from eight for a Job and just as his money ran whatever Sis counsel did in the mat- the minister stood with his hand out,
carpenter, William Roll, who is an
will
inmate of the Newburgh hospital, or ten out-oMewn churches will be out found ono in running an elevator, ter, and after a long conference with he said, somewhat impatiently and in
In t
it
f li
t 1i i l l I t y
t
i
lit t i
i 11 in n t "^t II i a
Mr, Roll is" much improved and ex-present. The Sunday-school will beA gentleman whose business was inHargrave's attorney John's lawyer an- n tone thatcould be heard all over the
Red
Bank,
N,
J.
M i 1 U i \\ I i i i t
tli \ u n i n
ectB to go to his home at Niagara held in the morning preceding the the building took a fancy to him and nounced that a compromise had been church: "Well, I'm getting the money
th
u I
I ii t I li i n t l i t till).
church service for the rest of the sumout
as
fast
as
I
can."
alls this week,
effected
by
which
one-half
of
all
the
I
l
n
I
1
i
ti
1
ulli
u
i t fPtl
gave Mm a subordinate position. But
Telephone 6 U - ) for all kinds of
I
1
1 1 it 1 h n m l
H P Frank Reilly of Oakland itreet, mer, and church services will start at this man failed, and John was thrown contents should go to John and the
m
1
n
l
n
i
i
t
m
li
i
n
oin
10-dr
o'clock
instead
of
at
10:80
who has been laid up with appendiOn a Plorlda Railroad.
rest
to
Hargrnve,
this
being
the
reward
I
n
I
I
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I
m
t
,
i
t
J
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j
i
\ho
o'clock. The improvement society out. Again he walked the streets huntcitis, is much improved.
II
i nI
i
n is
H \ v
M i i r
offered in th« advertisement for the He was a long-suffering traveler on
will
give
a
lawn
party
at
Miss
Wood's
Ing
a
job.
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Mr, and Mrs. Thomas McKnigTit of
a little single-track railroad, and he
Vista place Monday afternoon, A John's hardships are not interesting, property.
m
1I
l n t
with
1 1 ittl
f, t
Spring street and Miss Jennie Smith on
will be taken, which
"And now, young man," added Dex- complained bitterly about the lateness
of Little Silver Point were Freehold silverbeoffering
i n1 I i l t
D. H. Prate I 1 l u i i
used to help buy a,vacuum and I will pass over them for his op. ter, "I would advise you to take thoof the train and the irregularity of the W. W. Crane
visitors Sunday, where they attended will
portunity,
After
drifting
a
long
while,
service.
cleaner
for
the
church.
that haa come to you nnd go
the wedding of Miss May Morris, Mr.
earning a few dollars a money
McKnight's niece,
back to the countey. You aro not fit-The employee, remonstrated in virThe Baptist, Reformed, Grace and sometimes
Indignation. "I've been on this
Mrs, M, E, Peters of North Tarry- Presbyterian churches will hold a week and sometimes hungry for food, ted to make your way in the city, tuous
line, sir," he began, "upward of
town, N. ¥ „ spent Satnrdfty and Sun- union meeting in the Empire theater when in the latter condition be rememSTORE
is plenty of honesty here, but here
1 FIREWORKS
day with Mr. and Mrs, Daniel H, Sunday night, July 4th. A speaker bered his promisetoMabel ttat if hethere is a lot of sharp practice. You eight years, and——"
STOCK IN TUB COUNTY
"Have you, indeed?" Interrupted the
will be present from the Atlantic City found the battle going against Mm ho would be better wfcere you were born
Cook of Shrewsbury avenue.
sympathetically. "At what
wotUd go back to the country. At tho and raised. If you .remain hero this traveler
Miss Alberta Bennett; daughter of National temperance convention.
Mandarine
Crackers
Sparklers
station did you got on?"
Trevonian Bennett of Shrewsbury
time\of his arrival he bad put away money will soon slip throogb. your flnTorpedoes
Sky Rockets
avenue, has returned home from
enough to pay his fare on the train, gers."
for *&•
Minister's Wntcli.
Byracuse university for the summer.
Blank Revolvers
but
he
had
spent
it
for
sustenance.
He
Red
and
Green
Fire
The sewing society of the Re- The minister came to Jethro's house bad no money to taj^e him home, but When John asked his lawyer for his A minister was addressing a geTiool
Blank
Cartridges
one
afternoon
to
a
christening
party
bill for legal servlceo ho wns surprised class recently and wns trying to enfanned church will meet with Mrs,
Torches
Harry Osborn of Bank street tomor- —he was to christen Jethro's little he resolved to keep his promise and at the modMt charge of $10.
Flags
would set out the next morning to 'John returned' to the_ country with force the doctrine that the hearts of
Paper Balloons
son, Jeth, Jr.
row afternoon, ,
the little ones were sinful and needed
Telephone
tramp the distance.
"Jethro,"
said-the
minister
solemly,
7 Bread St. 1 >
Mrs, Henry Grause of Bridge avehis capital and found Mabel waiting regulating. Taking out his watch and
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Had Bank
nue, who sprained her ankle a fewtaking hli host aside before the cere- To one person in tbe metropolis be for him. Notwithstanding hie lawyer's holding it Up, he said; "Now, here
mony | "Jethro, are you prepared for resolved to say goodby. That was the opinion the did not Uke to have him is my watch; suppose it doesn't keep
weeks ago, li recovering,
Mr. and Mrs, Robert Johnson and this solemn event?"
who had given him a position take money that he had found, / After good time—now goes too fast, and
•on Robert of Bank street spent Sun- "Oh, yes, indeed, doctor," Jethro man
when
he was running an elevator. On much conferenee they decided to usonow too slow. What shall I do with
beamed,
"I've
got
two
hams,
three
day at Long Branch,
his
way
to this friend he saw at hisit for a starter and if they succeeded it?" "Sell it!"'shouted the class in
gallons
ice
cream,
pickles,
cake
"
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kittel of Oak"No, no, Jethro, said the minister feet on the sidewalk a pocketbook. Ho in rolling up a snowball to resign it. unison.
wood Heights, Staten Island, apent
— -m.m
tiie week-end with Mrs. Elizabeth with a smile. "No, no, my friend, I picked it up. It was rectangular in John bought a farm. They were marWhat
Woala Happen.
ried
and
prospered.
At
tho
end
of
. Walling of Shrewsbury avenue, Mr. mean spiritually prepared."
form, about six inches long by three
Telephone 5 0 1 .
Tencher-—Now, if I paid one man Formerly Bray's Market,
"Well, I guess yes! Two demijohns wide, just large enough to hold a bank five years t h ^ inquired for the miser
Kittle is a well known aviator and has
two
dollars
a
day
for
seven
hours'
of
whiskey
and
three
cases
of
beer!"
made many daring flights around
bill not folded. Opening it, he found from whom it had been derived and, work; another three dollars and fifty
New York and Staten Island. He is Jethro cried in triumph.
finding that be had died, gave tbe cents for nine hours' work; and ana number of such bills inside. Be funds
now building a biplane with a 100to charity,
other four dollars and seventy-live
closed the pocketbook without count"
faorse power motor.
in * T«rmingr Country.
It was thus that Jobn Borlan found cents for eight——
lag
them
and
looked
about
to
see
if
The missionary society of the ReBUTTER! BUTTER!
Dr. Rubetinker was a qualified M. any eye was upon him. Since no one his opportunity. But be never referReddy Backrow (whose father be-,
formed church went on a picnic to D^but,
settling
in
a
cattle
country
and
Very -Best Cronmory frnm t h e new J u n e KIMKS, iiiitlilii« nioro
red
to
it
with
pleasure
and
felt
relieved
longs
to
the
union)—'You'd
have
the
Highlands Friday afternoon,
to be observing him he thrust
finding the demand strong, he had
ilfllivIOUH, p e r ijoiinil
,,,,.,.
,.38c
durndest strike on your hands you
to
Fred Comgtoek of Spring itreet added
Kvory limiSfki'iiiier Kliouhl buy u poiniil nf thin mijif-i 1) Creamery HiittPr.
•veterinary
work
to
his
other
ever
saw,
teacher.
he
considered
had
a
better
right
to
it
and Benjamin Small returned home practice. "Nothing serious," an-to have time to think over what ha
No m u t t e r how oxuutinK yuu HIV. or how
hlKh a j i i h c you iirn liiiyltig, IIIIH
luittiu- will nuire thiiii pli'iiso ymi. Heiiw1, we, uvui* you' to t r y It,
last week after spending two weeks nounced the doctor, after examining a should do in the promises. Finding a than himself. To this his friends asat South Poland, Maine. They left valuable bull which he had been sumsert that Providence designed him as
te Woaia Set Square.
LARD!
Saturday for Spring Lake, where moned posthastetotreat. "Give him pUce whore ho would be alone he an agent to turn it into a useful chanWlfeNow, John, my sister Belle
Swift's Pure Loaf, pnr pouml..
, . . , . , , . . .lie
counted the money he bad found.
they will spend the summer.
one of these powders in a quart of There was $354.
and her steady are coining to call on
nel
Miss Helen BoUijhton of Hudson bran mash three times a day."
us tonight. So you must net the part
7c SALE 7c
johnny was one of those men who
avenue raeeived her graduation dipELECTRICITY AND WATEfl. of an ideally happy married man.
The rancher heaved a «gh of relief. cannot
KIJIIDRB'H ("orii I'lnkrH, pot' pkK
. . , . , . , . . . , . 7o
loma from the State Normal nchool at ••Wait,"
bring
themselves
to
appropriShe's not quite sure of him yet,
he u U , M the M. D., V. S.,
Upper Montclair yesterday, 'Mas.
Q
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m
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H
,
ji*.r
pkjjf,.
.
,
.
.
.
,
. , . . . , . . . . , 7e
was abouttoleave. "I reckon, at long ate anything belonging to another. Be. LiHk Danger In Turning a H U M on John (savagely)— Leave it to me!
I ' t ' t l i i ' i i i u l l ' H ' i i p o i a t i ! i l i l i l U , l i i i ' K o ('iiiiM
J o
Bcughton is a graduate of the Bed AS
tidei,
he
bid
the
genie
to
dtaeover
that
That
lobster
trimmed
me
on
a
horse
you're hew, you might as well have
T h l H Hfil« I s f o r O H O woi-Ic, l i O K i n n i t i K .1 u i i . - L ' l t l i ,
Heavily CWg«d WirM,
Bank high school, with the dam of a look
at the old woman. She's been anything BO appropriated would do him Tbo slight danger thatfiremenruntrade once! Leave it to me!
1918, She did two months practice
POTATOES! POTATOES!
no good and might do him barm, He tbrottgb., the electric current pnsstng
teaching at the Oakland street school. ailin' for a month or two."
certainly
eouM
not
return
to
Mabel
Qatapoksa
in
Her
Bentinienti.
Full
iO-nt. bnHltcts Now rotiitoof
.45o
Jack GaUaghan, who has been
from heavily cbarxafl wires up the
1
1
Tlit'Ki potutui-H a i t ' n o t Hui'Onds, Iiiit nri. thf: l i i ' s t t h c r o IH In t h n i i i n i k f t ,
spending several weeks with his ulsH i fittai • » « atimto«ohooL without an effort to find the owner •tream of water Oiey are •quilting to "I was outspoken in my sentiments
Ilnest Mleuteil S o u t h e r n ,
'
ter, Mrs. Al. Stinson and his niece, Little Herman wai a very ba^war of this money for she would condemn
by an ekpettmeat conducted by at tha club this afternoon," said Mrs.
Mrs, Edward W. Wise, left Saturday pupil aid his teacher frequently lost Um If be did. Se knew that the own- proved
Garruloui to her husband the other
VEGETABLES! VEGETABLES!
Dgo
Tartngilnl
a u reported In Laevening.
for his home at Newcastle on Tyne, all patience with him. One day, when er would advertise the lots of his propBermuda Dnloiia, per qt,
flo
t
Kngland. Mr. Callaghan toured «ev- he seemed to be more-dense tihati erty, and it w n hto du^ to lot* for 8cien*n per Tutu
With a look of astonishment ho re1'atii-y HnetH, pel" hiuicli. . ' . . . . . .
, , flo
• troUey ear win efearged with a dl plied: "I can't believe it, my dear.
«ral states for his health, and he says usual, the teacher exclaimed: "It such advertisement
Ji-rs<iy PCIIH, pi-r % puck,
,ftOe uinl iSfl
that New Jersey, and particularly that fleenii you are never able to answer
Met currtsnt of B2S volts bad S M end Who outspoke you?"
FliKi naulltliiWPi', from
l o o to BOO
Spinach
,. , . ,
, , , , , . , , Vi pi-ok IBo, poult iSfl
,nari of New Jersey in which Red any of my questions, Herman. Why!" Tbe next morning be went to a news groiMdedi on the other end he directed
__———.».. —
.7prH**y Cal|tsaKO,,^
,...,,, ^
, , ,BQ to 1IK3 *
paper itand kept by a roan he knew a stream from a nan with a oozzto fif
Bank in located, is the best section of
"If
I
knew
all
tfie
things
yon
ask
I'lni- Tomatiii'S, drill mul • iipi 1 , pt;r q t . , . . , , . . , , , . , . . . , , , . . l i e
Too Mucli to Expect.
the United States.
.. .,.
and
nealrad
pwmiwion
to
exitmtiie
the
l'rlino ABparuKUN, 2 bunehoM, , , , , . . , . . . . . . , , , . , , , , , , , , , .ISo
me, ma'mm," replied Herman, "my
teen railHrarters to fllaineter. At 120
Henrypeck (looking up from
Cull AHpnrumiH, p e r hiinrh
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, , , Bo
Elsie Tetley of Hudson avenne has fattier wouldn't go to the trouble of principal journals, fie foond a notice meten dtiMnee a voltmeter attached herMrs.
Cucunibci'H, E g n I'liint, JciHOy HtriiiB Hmtn.s, Ivpiii'i-M, niiuljiti'li, Nowreading)
—This
writer
says
that
of rt»» 1MB «ad the offer oftaMthe
received a letter from her uncle, Fred sending me here!"
TurnipB.
to tbe DOKtle registered twenty volts.
widows make the best wives.
Tetley, a former Bed Banker who in
oontentB far the retuni of the potacet- At a1ztH*l| centtmeten dlstaoeo It theMr.
Henrypock—But, really, my
in the regular army at Fort LeavenFRtJIT! FRUIT!
book at • given location.
u i th« t w « » .
registered rt^cntT votte and at twenty dear, you can hardly expect me to die
worth, Kansas. Mr. Tetley will reJohnny
watt
to
the
ptnee
named
and
juat
in
order
to
make
a
Rood
wife
of
"Wont
.you
be
very,
very
happy
centimeten
210
volte.
The
overage
mnn
Ciillfoinlii
MuHkiiiflotis,
tlioy ore rtittliiB tlho; Wiiteriiit'lonfi,
ceive his discharge from the army
y,
y
ppy
hen j«$f g
etn
i orerf"
h found a Mtd7 looking BUD wbo proved can atwd a enrrant of fifty volts with
gentenw
is
orerff" cheer,
mtxt September-and he will then go to when
gentenw
is
cheer.
StfnwbuiiicH, Uoosclii'i'rli'H, CurrnntD, CliurrlW.
f l l asked a woman of a convict in to aim that he waa tbe owner of the
Fresno, California, where he has been fully
out nitons shock, so aflremanwho
Blolien aufl
"podwtbook by giving the exact num- holds bis nowOe O N or all feel from a
offered a.position with one of tiie prison,
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"I dunno, ma'am, I dunno," gloom- ber at bills It contained. Jobn was live wire runt no great danger,
Western railroads. He reports being
"But riches do not bring happiLcnioiiH. fimi'y luiKlit, L1
' 5 1'ur
,
. . , . . , . . . . , . . , .BBo
Uy
anfiwered
the
man.
in good health.
about to -Mtrnct the reward when tho Ut, Tnrtngiial made the sam«expert nesa!" protested the lover,
"Yon dent know?" asked tile woman OWTM9- Midtohltn:
"I
know
that,"
replied
pe
sweet
BARGAIMS!
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Cnbberly of
meat on two Worn of alternntlng cur young thing; "but riches will buy nn
.MnKHoll.i .Milk, p . ) t . m
10o
Lous Qranch spent Sunday with Mrs. amaied. "Why nott"
"There were certain Touchers in the rent, one with 2,860, the other with automobile,
.
"I'm
in
for
Ufe."
SIU. 1 ! .Milk. |n i fun
10o
and if you have an autoCttbWly'B father, Jacob C.flhatteof
podcetbook
which
nr©
more
valuable
<
>M
IXiti
li
Clo.insiT.
,i
fm
BBo
4.000
voita.
and
the
voltmeter
did
not
mobile, you can go after hj»ppinias."
Broad Btreet,
d u n p h l H'H Soup, ;t foi
>
flft«
to me than money. Are they with the
any current in tbo stream of
3. Wesley Spinning; of Branch avelthit- S<H.il HriUio Juii (*, lit^
.lVti
water, altbougtm slleht ahock was per
(•noil
Tiiniator^^
,[
(.JIIIH
,
.
.
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.
,
,
.C$4
waut V M A t m t of Kerport irieada "T«t oogfat £o be aafaamed to tpend
•tin B»»T Pwmeut Pl*n.
Oiio.l I'cii-i o r Coin, I CIUIH
,Hfl4
Hrara4ay.
the b u t part of your life In jail,'1 said "There are no vouchers and were cepUble when he put bis hand Into it
T r y WHIII'H lilHiMilt l . o u f / f i c i h i'Vi-1 y >rtoi 'itliK, H HIHCMUU* fO
"What's
dis yuh easy payment plan
none when I found the pocketbook." With a chemical extmeaisbwr be got a
1
John W. Mount and tmrnBr of|ne Jd»d *U Udytothe prisoner.
dat yo bought dnt swell suit 0' clothes
Haple avwiue left hwrtwwkfor H«Bcurrent of 1,500 volts at 220 mllllme on, soh?"
WANTED!
"
l m t i e convict, "dont was John's reply.
•onrille, H«w Yotk, i h w Mtv'
The man began to stono at John, Itrs from a wire with a current of 2£B0
'•Dollnh
down,
and
a
dollah
ov'ry
tigtn
w»nt«d.
Kifii«*t
MMtktt Vtio* pmd for VttOk Mff*.
haa « BWtniner, borne. Mr. Mount am here against my will."
calling him n thief, and %hlle doing so Wlta.
,
time do collector done ketches me."
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val will be held this afternoon and Baptist church last week. The enter- tndefton is iffl- years old, He made he teachers received many cottipli
ments on the success of the enter^,
tonight on the lawn of the New Mon- tainment consisted of hymns by the he trip here by walking.
school, responsive readings, recitamouth Baptist church.
"William Kelly is _ confined to thetainment. The, church decoration*
ere unusually attractive. The proChristian Sautet, a worker in thetions by the" younger fiehoiars arid duse. with Biclcnesa,
FISHERMEN MAKE BIG HAULS Salvation
Army, will preach and sing music. Those who took part were
Samuel Krause of New York has ram followsf
OF CROAKERS,
at the Nswesink Methodist church Dorothy Starke, Bessie Wonderly, moved here for the summer,
rflyer.
,
Jolin A, McOulre
NEW LAUNCH HULL
Miss Hazel Scott, Evelyn Starke,
Darius Vandermark has a new con- iolo— "Happy Songs Are Ringing", • • •
next Sunday night.
Shipments of Butterfish Stopped BeLffoy Duncan
Bernice Boyd of Port Monmouth Bertha Greenwood, Kittie Simpson, ract to cart the maU between the
26x6-6 Standing Roof, Any make Engine initmlled
.citatlpnH—"Sweet aa the Pinks ana
cause of Worm* Inside the Fish—- is spending this week with her Grace Greenwood, Allen Greenwood, >O8toffiee and the railroad station at Roses",
,*,
, .Audrey Linger
Douglass Cook** Dog Run Over by mother, Mrs. Emma Boyd of Far
Jane Taylor, Anna Hendrickaon, Mar- n increased rate.
long—"Blessed Little C h i l d r e n " . . . . . .
Trolley.
guerite Scott, Huth Starke, Norman
Junior and primary cloiseB
Koekaway.
F, H. Shertner, principal of the
—"Buds anci BlOBBomH"....
Roberts,
Marie
Butterfasa,
Miss
S.
Bargains In Second-Hand Launches
A big run of croakers took pluco at
Work was started by the governublic school, is spending the gummer
prances OttBler
Belford last week, Ci'oalters are ament Monday on dredging out theGoodchild, Miss S. Wonderly, Mr. tBelmar.
*
loni—"What They Said"
One 22x6 used two season* as good as new
S
d Mr.
M Alexander.
A l d
variety of food fish like the wenkflsh, channel nt Belford and Compton's Scott
Elizabeth Duncan
and
Robert Underhill has taken the !
School
but' they ore coarser. Monday morn- creek.
of igency for selling alupjinum ware at ong—"Bunny Juno"
Miss Helen Conklln,, daughter
at a sacrifice
g
xercise—"Little Beginners"
ing Harry White took 150 bushels of Miss Dolly DeMars of Brooklyn has lev. M. T. Conklin, has startedd a Jed Bank,
M
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the fish to New York, and Ed, John- rented the dwelling apartments in class in. music. Miss Conklin is .*- "The" bank has started a vacation
le Second-Hand 3^4 Horse Power Palmer
BoyTSrcGuire
son and John Watson too*k about 100 •Yard's hall at Belford for the sum-graduate of the New York Institute ;hriit club, whereby people can de- one—"Blossom Girls".,
Motor, excellent condition
*
Belle
Coleman,
Moy
Orawford,
Marbushels each. Theflahweigh aboutmer,
of Musical Art, and has had three joait funds in the bank at interest
jorlo Oaaler, Grace McGulre
two pounds each. Shipments of but- Mrs. Edward Boyd of Tottenville is years' experience as a teacher, ,
lecitBtlon—"Who Knows"
or vacation trips,
tertian have been stopped from Bel- spending a few days with Mrs. J. Mrs. William T, Casler spent the Kev, Burton J, K. Way spent Mon- Wellington and Stanley Wilkini, Bon4
w, a, POULSON,
jamin Duncan, William Scott
ford and nearby fishing grounds. Last Henry Walling of Port Monmouth,
first part of the week with friends at day and yesterday at Camden.
olo—"The Hose Undying"
week an inspector condemned thirty
LAUNCH BUILDER.
FAIR HAVENr N. J.
Aaron Hopkins of Nftvesink has Now York,
.Marlon Crawford
J. DeWitt Fay preached Sunday
tons .of the fish because they had had his house repainted. Bralnard &
by Mrs, Wellington Wllkina and
Mrs. William G. Lufburrow of night at the Methodist Church in theDuet
TE3LEPHOIME
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R«d Bank
Mlag Cora Crawford
worms in their intestines, This does Burdge of Navesink did the work.
Eatontown spent Monday with Mr. absence of Rev, Burton J. K. Way, Sxerolse—"Leaaong
frpm the Flowers"
not affect the fishes' food vnlue, and W. W. Salmon of Belford has Lufburrow's parents here.
Scott, Frances Cauler, 13dna
who attended the Children's day ex- Jlargnret
it is a condition that is natural in but- started tho stucco work on Albert E.
and Dora Lmiger, Pearl Covert, Belle
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Dickinson cele- ercises atTinton Falls.
terfish.
and
Ruth
Colrman, May Crawford,
Lnngford's new garage at Belford, brated the seventeenth anniversary
A'rstraSfo'erry and ice cream festiMyrii JIcGuire
•
A small dog owned by Douglass
Miss Ethel Walling of New Mon-of their marriage yesterday. They al will be held at the Methodist
^"Victory" . . ,
School
Cook of Belford .was run over by ftmouth is recovering from her recent were married at Osborneville, Mrs.church tomorrow night,
elHo—"Tlip Lord In His Garden".. 1
nter Drittlng, Roy Duncan, Harry
trolley car early Friday morning near sickness, and is out of doors.
Dickinson's former home.
annual fair of hook and ladder
Covert
the Belford poHtofike. Two of the Daniel W. VanNote of Belford
Larkin Brothers of Nutswamp, who fireThe
will begin July SJst and Sontf—"Buttercups and Dai«lei",
dog's legs were cut off and the animal spent Sunday nnd Monday with his farm tho Thomas Field, place, made end company
Edna and Cora LnnBor, Edna Covert)
August 7th.
Cycle Coats $ 1 . 5 0
was otlftnvise hurt. Its Injuries were brother at Asbury Pork,
with ehoruB by primary CIMB
the first shipment of ruta baga from
Miss
Margaret
Lane
and
Miss
CaiExerciae—"\ViBdom
from
the
Flowers"
incurable and it was shot.
the
station
here
last
week,
when
they
Mrs. Adalbert Clark of New York
Robertson of Greenville were Margaret Scott, Marjorle easier, {Jrace
Pants to match 95c
Misses Dolly DeMars and Anna Me- is visiting her sister, Miss Blanche sent eighteen barrels to New York. sie
McGuire, May Crawford
guests
of Miss Bruscilla Way on_ong—"Nature's
Edward Beekman made a shipment Thursday,
Glad Song"
iohool
Cuen of Brooklyn have been spending J Posten of Navflsink,
Bargains in all kinds of Pants, sizes up to 6 0
nooltation^"Tite Lily". .Margorot Scott
a few days .with Mrs, Thomas" J. Cas- Miss Helen Phillips of Port Mon- of red raspberries to New York last
The ladies' aid society of the Meth- Song—^"Bummer'B Votees 1 1 ,,,,..,,
ler of Port Monmouth. Mr, and Mrs. mouth is employed in a dry goods week.
by school and ehoruB by Mrs,
odist church will hold a strawberry Verges
Our $ 2 . 0 0 Working or Seout Shoos cant be
Harry Thiesmeyer of Jersey City store at Kcansburg.
Wellington WilkinB
flag entertainment at the Redand Ice cream sociable in the church Address,
Rov. Burton J. K. Way
spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. William Newman of Bel ford is em-HillTheMethodist
church
last
Thursday
Offering
boat for tho price, $ 2 . 0 0
and Mrs, Caslcr. Mrs, Anna Dore of ployed in Walter E, Waiting's store night was a big success, The women tomorrow night.
Miss Lida Wolcott, Miss Emma ^ong—"Children's Dny Pnrewell".School
Red Bank and Mrs, John A. Vander-! nt Port Monmouth.
of tho church are plnnning to repeat
and Miss-Ruth Giles are
Summer Underwear 20c each
Mrs, Pottor and her daughter
Mrs, Henry Coe of Port Monmouth the affair next month. About $75 Hendrickson
bilt of Keypoit visited Mrs. Casler
home
from
state
Normal
school
at
Bertha
of
Brooklyn
Bpent
Sunday
yesterday.
was laid up last Saturday with acute was raised at the grand ' rally last Trenton for the summer vacation.
with friends here.
Mrs;. Harvey Johnson of Belford indigestion.
Sunday to help pay off the church
will graduate next year. '
is recovering from a serious sickness.
Joseph Schultz of Bradley Beach
Mrs. Charles Hobbs of Belford was debt. The reception to the pastor, They
George A. Steele, a member of the spent
Physicians nt the Morristown hos- a guest of Now York friends last Rev, John Kirby, will be held tomorSaturday and Sunday with hii
state
conservation
and
development
The Wos4eingmmii*0 FW«nd.
pital, where Mrs. Johnson was a sur-Wednesday.
row night, A number of ministers commission^ will with Governor rother, Frank Schultz.
,.iriciu-patient, state that Mrs, John- Mrs, Otloll of Navesink was called from nearby churches will speak.
Mrs,
Rita
Schultz
of
Pine
Brook
Wharf
Avenue
and East Front Street, Red Bank
Fielder and the other members of the will reopen her Bummer boarding
son did not have a cancer, aa had been to the Bronx Inst week by the deoth
commission
make
an
Inspection
of
feaied 1>\ hoi hicnds nnd relatives.
house the first of July, About 25
oT her sister,
Palisade Park tomorrow,
EATONTOWN NEWS,
Mis. Onille G, Johnson and Miss
New Yorkers have arranged to spend
Mrs, Herman Boron of Port MonMrs.
George
Loversidge
was
Jennie Cie.imor, who have been visit- mouth has bought an Overland auto- The Imperial* Defeat Pine Brook—
the seaion with her, Mrs, Clinton
knocked out of her seat in a jitney ecently bought a building which was
iiijr then M^tei, Mrs, J. Hamilton mobile.
Mr«, Arranpo Sick.
bus one night last week and wasformerly used as a schoolhouse. She
ltrainan) of Navesink, have returned
Captain Thomas J, Cafller of Port
At this place Sunday the Imperials thrown out in the road. She was bad- will use it as an out kitchen, to their homes at Gormnntown and Monmouth has repainted his power
defeated the Pine Brook basebal ly cut and scratched on the face. She
Green Valley.
boat.
injured when the bus collided
Miss Jennie K'riiemor and Edward
Mrs, Edwin Buttley of Port Mon- team by "a score of 14 to 4. Next was
Kratimcr of Jlell'ord spent Saturday mouth #as a New York visitor Mon- Sunday the Imperials will play at As with a wagon at Shrewsbury.
Elder L. B. Giles preached last
bury Park with the Sitting Bulls.
:iiul Sunday with frlemls at Brooklyn. dny.
Mrs, Lee VanBrunt gave birth to a week at the Shinnecock Indian reThey saw the launching of the new Oswald Roop of Belford spent Sfttservation at South Hampton, Long
son Monday.
An/nnn nt tho-Brooklyn I urdny nml Sunday at New, York.
Island.
navy yjiil.
Mrs.
Theodore
Arrance,
an
aged
Chaiies L, Drake of Port Monmouth
resident of this place, was stricken
REP
Many improvementa have been
A household ^ale will be held in the BK a New York visitor^ Sunday.
made to Matthew Byrnes'B house
William Gentsch of Belford "was a with paralysis Monday morning.
town hall at Navesink Friday and
J. William Elgrim was trying to which was rented for many years by
Saturday of next week. It will bo in New York visitor on Thursday.
THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURD/
Rudolph Lang of Belford was aquiet his horse last week when the the late P. F. Collier. The house wil"
charge of the women of the church
animal
reared
up
and
struck
him
on
be
occupied
during
July
and
August
CLOSING OF VAUDEVILLE SEASON
Hoboken
visitor
Sunday,
and the Epwoith league.
the hand with one of its hoofs and on by the members of the Rutgers col
Mr. and Mis. Simon Desproaux and
You Cant Hide Rheumatism
daughter of Oceanic spent Sunday MIDDLETOWN VILLAGE NEWS. the man's cheek with its jaw. Both lege football team,
injuries wore painful but not serious
Edna Clementine Henry of South
with Mr. Ilii-pi'L'-Aujc's sister, Mrs, JoRev. M. T, Conklin to be Installed
Mr, and Mrs. Charles Dennis o Eatontown, daughter of George "A. It runs up Into the nerves, cause
heph Jolrtiston of Navesink,
Tomorrow Night.
Scranton, Pa., have been spending Henry, graduated from the Long the expression in the face, makes you
Daniel Oswald, Jr., started a prodBranch high school last week. She is look and feel sick. You rheumatics
SIX SENSATIONAL
Installation services for Rev. Mar- several days with relatives here,
ucc route Monday. Mr, Oswald covA large cherry tree on George H, the first colored student of South understand. But there isn't as much
ers the Milne bay front from Koans- ion T. Conklin of the Reformed
church will bo held tomorrow night. Dennis's place collapsed Sunday, Eatontown to graduate from the high of it as there used to be. "Kline's
to Atlantic Highlands.
O«rlng Dexterity
Rheumatic Remedy" has educated us
Mrs.. Eh/.abelh DeArey and daugh- Rev. Henry K, Post of Freehold will From outward appearances the tree school.
to
freedom
of
all
Rheumatism
and
its
was
all
right,
but
a
closer
cxnmi
preside
at
the
service,
and
he
will
ter Florence of Now York are spendA masquerade ball will be held in
3-OTHER HIGH GRADE ACTS-3
ing the summer with Mr, and Mrs,road the form. Rev, E, G\ Reed of nation showed that it was so rotten Crescent hall tonightlto raise money many frienda. •
inside
that
it
was
almost
hollow.
I
And tne World'* B««t Photoplay*
Plainfield will preach the sermon.
Omar Sickles of Navesink.to pay for the pump which was re- "Kline's Rheumatic Remedy" loos*
Mr. and Mih. Veres Volloau of Avon Rov. Lester G. Leggett of Red Bank was loaded with ripe cherries, an cently bought for the automobile ens those painful, swollen joint* ant
SPECIAL THURSDAY
spent Satuiduy and Sunday with Mrs. will charge the people, and Rev. Gar- Mr. Dennis got.a big lot of fruit from truck of Chemical fire company.
muscles.
You
can
distinctly
£e«l
a!
CHARLKS
CHAPLIN In "A lltn«y «op«m«nt"
Valleau's parents,, Mr. and Mia. Har- reft M. Gonover of Asbury Park will the tree.
Dorothy ROBS Underhill, daughte trouble leaving you and comfort ant
SPEX3IAL
FRIDAY
charge
the
pastor.
Rev,
F,
T,
B.
vey Johntry of Belford,
: Miss Fannie FitzpatrieJc has reof Francis h. Underhill, was baptisea happiness creeping in. There i8 &b
T H E BATTLE] OF gHCUOH"
Mrs. TownBend of TottenviHef who Reynolds of Keyport will offer sumed her duties as clerk in the post at the Presbyterian church Sunday solutely nothing else known like
"Kline's Rheumatic Remedy" for a!
has been vihitinjj her granddnughtor, prayer, and Rev. Horace R, Goodchild office after spending a vacation i night.
ANNOUNCEMENT
^^
Rheumatism. You
can prove it. Get
Mrn. Willinm UopkinB of Naveaink, of this place will road the scripture New York.
!
OoHuiMndng N«xt Monday
verses.
The
services
will
be
open
to
a
bottle
today.
returned home Sunday. '
Alfred Blair of Pasadena, - Gal., has
TINTON FALLS NEWS.
S U M M E R POLJOY
tho
public,
and
special
music
will
be
Itiftdoro Walling, Sr., of Port Monbeen spending several days with
For sale by Cooper's pharmacy an
DE UJXm riJUMJ»L*A.V«
Children'! Day Obikrved by the San Sehreeder's
mouth, Ima hud a new front porch rendered under the direction of*Jay friends here.
pharmacy, Red Bank; H.
d»y-School ^unday Night.
added to lilft houBO. John HcinR of W. Hdppinp. Next Sunday morning
Whitney Tilton, son of W-iUliim Tilr
TRIM
C. VanNote, Oakhurst; H;. S% Meyers,
Rov. Mr. Conklin will preach on "The ton,
Belford did the work.
The largeat audience the Methodis Mgr., 116 Sixth avenue, Long Branch,
was confirmed at Trinity churc
Fields
.ArcWhite
Unto
the
Hoi'vent,"
CharleH Rnynor of Belford moved
church ever contained witnessed th< N. J» .
.
at night his Bubject will be "Theat Red Bank on Sunday.
last week to Newark, where he con-and
Thomas Anderson of Oceanport, Children's day exercises Sunda;
Sure
Foundation."
duct* afifthmarket.
It pays to advertise in The Register,
formerly of thii place, was here Mon- night,' The children performed thei
- A strawberry and ico cream
Children's day was observed sfc the day renewing acauaintances, Mr, parts very ably, and. both they am —Advertisement
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Men's $4,5o and $S.oo Oxfords, reduced to
$3,70
' Men's $4.00 Oxfords, reduced to
,
l$3,35
In Biown, Russia Calf, Gun Metal and White Buck,
Women's Patent and Gun Metal Pumps, Gray Tops, regular
prices $2,00 and $2,SO, reduced t o , . . . '
$1.7S
A full line of White Canvas Tennis and Yachting Shoes
at the lowest prices,
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY, /
D. A. MAZZA
68 Broad Street,
BROADWAY THEATRE
STARTING TOMORROW NIGHT
T h « ' i Work W«U
May we do It lor You?
24 West Front Street
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS NEWS, part of lait week with Mr. and Mrs. use. Contractor Bohrman of NewCharles Gottrell of New Monmouth, ttrk is doing the work.
Exploding Gai Blow. Barbar't Hot
The Indie*' aid Hoclety of the Con- Mr. and Mrs. J. J, Duffy and
W(Ur Titk Into Smlthaf•••*•,
tral Baptiit church will moot tomor- daughter Curolyi) of New York spent
A hot water Unk in Chris Chap- row afternoon in the 8unday-8chool Saturday and Sunday at their HUIUman'i barber «hop WUB blown into room, Tho Finding-Out club will mer home at Water Witch.
Dr. and Urn, C, K, Field of Richbita by an explosion of RBS f hurHdny moot Friday afternoon at Miss Hazel
afternoon, while Mayor John H. Van- Linden'H, All members havo been mond Hill, I,. 1,, opened their summer
Mater w»« being Bhuvcd, PICCOH of asked to be present. The women of hoini) at Water Witch for tho season
iron and goLiB of boiling water flow the church will hold a bread and cako laht week.
LONG BRANCH, N, JT.
about the shop but no ono WBH hurt. sale Saturdayy morning
g in the StandWork hnH been Mturted on 1'hnrlus
d
ffi
R
Fortunately for tho mayor, hii» fuco ard
E, CODDINGTON, Retident Manager.
company'M office. Rev, Ltilier'H new mx-ionm house on I?arwill
was swathed in u towel when tho ox- George, H. ((iurdncr
id
ill preachh Sun
S
beiie avenue. JuKC|)h I1, Lyons of
plosion occurred or he might have day morning on "Tho True Test," Highland:* in tho builder.
been injured, for n piece of tho tank and nt night his topic will bo "The A. K, Dennett, Hales manager fov '
SPECIAL, NOTICE
Yeans of Plenty and Famine."
fell in the towel,
the \VuU-r Witch development corn-1
Sunday morning nt the Methodist puny, haw rented Robert Jones's
A, N. HonHOfi of Ocean Boulevard
han the boss radishes in this section church MIHH Maude Ewing of High- hoUHO on Washington avenue to Mrs.]
of tho country. Last week ho wna land i renuo WAR baptised. Miss (», M. HayeH of New York,
pulling out roots measuring »ix Lctitia'Bowiu- of Navesink wan ad- Herbert Hunter, who has been
and continuing every Thursday night thereafter during the
inches in circumference. Ho soya mitted to full niembernhip in thoplaying baseball with the team a t '
church
from
the
Nuveaink
Methodist
month of July there will bo at The Broadway Thtatrt,
they grow BO fust that thu earth could
Linsly institute, where he has* been
not hold them, and they had to laychurch. MisHca Marion Hopla, Flor- a student, has returned to Highlands. ]
Longh Branch
about on top of the ground. Tho ence Sculthorp, Alice White, Helen He will leave shortly for Melro.se, •
ground where tho radishes grow was White, Mary Muir and Eleanor U. Mass., where he will visit relativeH •
recently annexed by the borough, and Julp, Mrs. Alwurd, Malcolm Fer- and friends. Mr, Hunter will nicetj
Mr, Hanson suys that may have Home- guson, Samuel FerrrUson, Kdward the Giants at New York when they i
thing to do with the big size of the Bowno, George Alwurd nnd Col. Sum- return from their trip. It is doubt-j
uel T. Champion were also admitted ful in "Herb" will sign a contract to
radishes,
to full membership,
play profoHfiionul ball with the Giantn,
under the personal supervision of Mr. Samuel Lewis, official < • '•
C, A, Sautet, who is connected
Saturday morniuB the women of as he has hiiil special inducements to
with the Red Bank department of tho
referee, card and licensed by the New York State Athletic ; ; j
Salvation Army, preached Sunday tho Methodist church cleared $17 at play on college teumH.
night at tho Presbyterian church. He a cake sale in the Hin-tcorn building,
Fred WilliamR has resumefl his pft- Club, Mr. Lewis's Official number is 51. Mr. lewis's personal ' ;
made an appeal for money for theThe Epworth league will meet tonight Hition an prescription clerk at Row- J attention will guarantee the legitimacy of these bouts, and if ; ;
tit Misses Esther and Nellie Naylor's. land's pharmacy on Hay avenue. He j
Salvation Army frosh air fund.
Rev, P. J, Reeves and W. VV, Bent- A sociable will be held on the lawn is a student at the Philadelphia phar-1 at any time there should bo any fake, tho money will be re- ' |
ley have put up a tent in the vacant after the business BCBsion. The ush- maceutical college. Ho ban been em-1 funded. There will be n five hundred dollar cash, prize given ' •
lot on the corner of Highland and ers' union will moot tomorrow night
| f to the winner of this tournament on the fifth and last exhibition |
Next Tuesday
First avenues, and they arc conduct- at Frank Kwing's.
he past thre
g
y
ing special .services every night. Sun- night Mrs. J, C, Kulp will give a
Gilbert brothers arc working on a j
at this theatre.
day night Envoy Fred Morris 'Thimble Party" to tho women of sixteen-foot electric sign for JJendet
preached and a band was in attend- tho church. Refreshments will bo KoHonbttum's dry goods .store.
TOMORROW NIGHT
ance,
served, and all the women of the Henry Uruggeman of Hay avenue
Mr, and Mrs, Edgar II. Cook of community have been invited. Miss has returned after a visit of three
FIRST BOUTS OF THE
Anbury avenue started yesterday A, Mildred Franklin will have charge days with his brother at Delaware
morning for California, where they of n class of girls at the Methodist Water Gap.
INTERNATIONAL W R B S T L I N Q CONTESTS ;
will visit the exposition, Thcjr will Sunday-school this summer in place
A business meeting nnd smoker of
meet Mrs. S, P, Harris and family at of Miss Wahl, a teacher in the high the commuters' club was held at C.
LOB Angelea, and the party will go school, who has left to spend the Mcll Johnson's hotel Saturday night. | NEIL OLSEN
HANS LEHNER!
vs.
to tha fair from that place, Mrs, summer vacation at her home.
Harry
A.
Sculthorp's
new
Plaza
The Baravinn Tiger
The Great Dane
Miss Wilholmina Ball, a teacher in airdrome adjoining the Highlands au- *
Harris is a resident of Atlantic Highlands, and ehe made the trip to thethe high school, who has been staying ditorium, was opened Monday night.
at the Cordova cottage, left last week Twelve reels of motion pictures were |YOUNG MONDAY vs. YOUNG WILEY
West in her automobile recently.
for her homo at Linglestown, Pa., shown, and there was a good attendWork has been started on rebuild- where
The Butcher Boy
Middleweight American Champion
she will spend the summer. On ance. The building has a stucco
ing Franklin Patterson's houseboat in her way
home she will visit friends front modeled after a Roman design,
Claypit creek at Locust Point. The at Milltown,
and the places will seat about 2,500
houseboat was recently damaged by
vs.
GEOUANNI SARRANO
ELMER HASSAH
Mrs, Archibald Prehn of Newark people.
a fire resulting from an exploding
Italian Heavyweight Champion
The
Terrible
Turk
spent
Saturday
and
Sunday
at
the
gasoline stove.
Cordova cottage on Highland avenue.
Unclaimed Mail.
Mrs, John Tanaey denies that she
Seats will be Reserved by Phone, Long Branch 344
either spit in James Ryan's face or at
Advertised jettera are at the posthim, A story was printed in last
office at Red Bank fori
HIGHLANDS NEWS.
Prices 25c» 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50
week's issue to the effect that when
Mr, Acker,
Frank Mtlnhart,
Mrs, Ounmir Nomlcy
Mr, Ryan, who is an electric light in- Herbert Foiter Hurt While Trying to LMck Allen,
Miss Viola A.«ay,
Mrs. Hariie Li. FutGet an Automobile Ride.
spector, went to Mrs, Tansey's house
.1. K. Bacon.
torfion,
Pictures 7-9 P, M,
Wrestling 9 P. M.
to read a meter an argument arose.
Herbert Foster, son of Somer Fos- MJSM Etlicl JI. Bi.nt- 1-'. W, Ptirwors,
Based on a report filed with the bor- ter, undertook to catch a ride on an ler,
3lr«, Mury Plfiel,
Watch The Red Bank Regitter, Asbury Park Preis and Long Branch Record
Cftplro,
Vincent yuinu,
ough officials, The Register stated automobile Monday morning, but !''riinkHelen
DouBli- C. H, Rinker.
*for Future Announcements
that Mr, Ryan had made a statement slipped and fell beneath the ear. The Miss
erty,
Miss Kltzabeth
that Mrs. Tansey spit in his face.
back wheel passed over him and his James Fisher,
Sehlitt.
Fretlorick Fre- W, S." SiHltson,
Warner F, Patterson, son of legs were bruised. Dr, J. L, Opfer- Mi;s.
UiiBhuytn,
Mrs, L, p, Thorp,
Franklin Patterson, returned last man attended to his Injuries,
A. Frost,
Mrs, J. if. Water.
week from Taylor university at Up- The steamer Clermont started her Ming Florida M.
man.
Miss Mary Walsh,
lands, Indiana, where he is a member summer schedule Saturday. She runs * Uaither,
Jtrs.
T.
B,
Haley,
Windward
Yacht
of tho class of 1918. Warner is now between the Thompson house dock Mists Morale Harris, Cluli
on a visit, to his grandmother a t and the Battery at New York,
Mrs, Henrj- HunCharlie Wilson,
If, White.
Squankum,'
George Relter of Newark" is build- drtcksnn, L—~ SIIB, Thos.
Y
LeoL
Muitl{ YukaHe
Mrs, F, W. Whitman and daughter ing a new house at the corner of Sea Uicliard
A
Ji-nnie MeA, A. Yetman.
Mildred of Highlands avenue spent Drift and Bay avenues for his own .Mrs.
Creedy,
Red Bank, N, J.
Phone 199-W.
A WRESTLING CONTEST
Feature Pictures Changed Daily
Vaudeville Every Wednesday and Saturday Nights
FULFILLING THE EXPECTATIONS!
PRICE CAR OF
TOURING CAR
ROADSTER
$720
ALSO
A
-PASSENGER TOURING CAR $490
Cars I. o. b. Flint, Michigan
-MOTOR TRUCKS-FEDERAL
Efficiency
Economy
Dependability
Chain or Worm Drive
The FEDERAL Truck has been the choice of experts; 1)4 tons and 3)4 tons capacity. It's a safe-bet, judging from actual
performance of the heavy duty of the FEDERAL, that it will more than live up to its reputation in every way. Dont buy
a Truck until you have seen a FEDERAL. GET OUR PRICES.
If interested in Motor fire Apparatus, let us stSw you the FEDERAL Line.
29 East Front Street, Red Bank, N. J.
PHONE
THE RE6 BANK MQlltlll.
rieuting lust night at-which nomina- tha poatofflct building by « n<
tions were made for th« now affie«ni ln» ttcr««M th« front, Mr,
Meeting of Mayor and Council
for the ensuing year,' Th© election will put a new roof on the butldl|
Thur.J.y Wai a Short On*.
a nhort tint*.
will be held next month.
A short meeting' of the mayor and
The N«w York telephone cor
The Junior Mechanics will hold a
coum-il wns held Thursduy night and class initiation tonight a t which is putting up a lot of new poles ol
less thuri A dozen ppersona wore presnearly a dosen new members will b t main road loading to Rumson
p
h d i g of
f th
taken into the lodge, Neptune coun- ought Thtre is objection to the aptn
t
the
ent to listen to the
Councilman Muhonoy and cil of Long Branch will be repre- pearance of Home of the poles on acsented at the initiation by ita degree count of their crookedness.
Churchill were uhscnt.
Samuel Trafford is laid up with n
The put.rolmt.-n wont ft letter to theteam.
The Methodist ladies' aid society iierioUH attack of lumbago.
tillU'lulH uskinw for their summer uniformsi. Thoir request was nlcd for will hold a cake and apron »ale at J. H. C. Miller, proprretor of the
future rcfori'iiff. Councilman Bright) OcWitt Browor'a store Satimiiiy Grand View hotel, entertained about
twenty membera pf the Newark lodge
naked that new tires and lights bo Hfternoon.
Rev. Charlea G. Book of Keana- of Elks at hi« place over Sunday,'
bought for Mm patrol men's bicycles
burg will conduct the prayer meet- Tho Elks made the trip to Pair Haven
und bin request was granted.
The Harbour poultry mutter ciuno ing at theJilethodiHt church Friday by auto.
Mr. and Mm, VaRsar and Mrs. Vaaup uKuin for consideration und upon night, July Iflth, This mooting will
Advice of the borough
g attorney
ythe be one of a series of meetingi which sor's mother, Mra. Louii Bennett, who
l i
h th
council
a resolution
that
the will be held at the Methodist church have been spending several v(eekn
luw would bo enforced in tho matter in preparation for the ovangeli»tic here renewing acqualntunceB, left
Monday for South America, where
anil that no poultry bill would, be campaign this fall.
piiid unless sworn to by freeholders
Dr, James William ftjarshall, mi per- they will make their future home,
residing in the borough. James But- intendent of the New Brunswick dis- Prank Bennett of New York state
ler and Thomas Mulligan, whose trict of the Methodist church, will spent Sunday with his mother and
names appear on the Buroour afFi- have charge of both services a t thesister here.
dnvit, are residentH of Fair Haven Methodist church Sunday, Joly 18th.
While A. M. Linbarger of New
and own no property in Rumson.
The sacrament of the Holy Commun- York was swimming Sunday in the
Alston Bcekmnn, who has been ion will be administered at the morn- river near here he came near drowning. Ho was struggling for help
borough nttorney nineo the deuth of ing service.
William Pintard. »cnt in his resignaF. O. Mittag has posted sign» warn- when Miss Vora Minion, who waa in
tion and it wan accepted with regrets, ing folks against trespassing on hisbathing with Mr, and Mrs, Linbarger
tho clerk being instructed to write property. Mr. Mittag hus leased part Bwnm to his 6»sigtance and held him
Mr. Jk'fkman n letter to this effect. of the Parmly woods, which has here- afloat until Mrs. Linbarger rowed a
It Is likely that Henry Drinley, who tofore been used by camporH, and boat to them and brought them
is nsModnted with Wilson & Smock of this season will be the first in a score ashore. Mrs. Linbnrger was formRed Hank, will be asked to succeed of years that the shore front of this erly Mlsa Josephine Minton of this
Mr, Bufkman.
property has been held for private place.
The borough clerk stated that his use.e
Myron Morson was saved from
typewritor needed, repairing1 nntl that
drowning Friday by George Mqxley
The
Presbytery
of
Monmouth
met
it would cost nlmost as much to have in the Oceanic Presbyterian church and Edward Bennett. Young Morson
it repaired as the cash difference yesterday. The meeting was culled was swimming off the Angelo shore
would be in trading the old machine at 10:00 A, M. At noon a dinner was when ho became tangled in a lot of
for a new one. The clerk was in-served by the women of the church in Kenweed and exhausted his strength
fitrueted to buy a new typewriter.
the new* parish house. The meeting in trying to free himself. The men
A few days "ago one of the piling was attended by about fifty persons, brought him ashore and nfter a short
on the we.-sf side of the steamboat and was « very enjoyable session. time the boy was able to go homo unwharf was broken off nml a now iron ( _Rev.
_ . , _.
,,.„... _L.
. Parsons of Shrews- assisted.
Bwight
cleat has been ordered to be placed
ry was moderator.
Mra, Donald Rankin is confined to
p
|jDU
D u r y w a g moderator.
on the stringpiece of the dock to rei> ne g\r\a w n o recently gave the the house in a serious condition with
place the pilinp which was used by p j a y »MJ S S Fearless & Co," will rc- nn acute attack of indigestion.
RUMSON NEWS.
The Central Park Riding
Academy ofNew York
announces thetopening of their Second Season of its
Red Bank Branch at the
GLOBE HOTEL STABLES,
equipped with thoroughly safe and reliable horses
and ponies and prepared to give instructions to
children and adults,
For particulars apply to
THOMAS GIBLIN,
Riding Instructor in Charge,
Globe Hotel, Phone 1 1 , Red Bank, N. J,
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A n Opportunity Seldom Offered I
TWO PROPERTIES FOR SALE!
fa-
Ffcmt one ne«f B i u d Sreeet, lot SOKISO: «plendid 10 room hsuie with improvemenii: fine
cellar and attic for the imall price of S<J,«iOQ; any rcuonable tefmi.
Second one jml complolrd, owner findi he cannot Occupy it; u builtsf Cretcent brick on a 50«
ISO feet lot; alt the ial«it improvement!! 10 minulei walk to the heurt of town! 5 minulti by
trolley to train, Thit will be leid right to a quick purchaser,
FRANCIS WHITE AGENCY,
Monmouth Street at Broad, Red Banlc, N, J.
188 J
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SPECIAL SALE OF PLANTS I
3 DAYS ONLY
Thursday, 24, Friday, 25,Saturday, 26
CAN NAS AND DAHLIAS. Having a surplus of several vanetiea of these popular plants, 1 want to give you a chance to buy
them before planting out my stock and will sell these Cannas and
Dahlias for $1.00 per dozen as Ions as the.stock lusts. The regular
price has been $1.25 per dozen. All are strong pot plants, fine large
.stock. Remember—Just three days and then we plant out what
is left,
GERANIUMS. We still have a few hundred nice plants, all in
full bloom, price 10c. Some largo plants for IGc and small plants
for 7c • nice for bedding. Also small lots of several varieties of bedding plant's such na Stocks, Petunias and Heliotrope,
CABBAGE, TOMATO. PEPPER AND EGG PLANTS—
Cabbage Plants, 25 cents per 100; $2.25 per 1,000, Pot Grown
Tomato, Pepper and K|rg Plants, 35 cents per "dozen"; $2.50 per 1,000.
Transplanted in boxes, $1.00 per 100.
XNKS Co.
SALE OF DRESSES
We have gathered for this sale the greatest values we've
ever given, Dresstfs, suitable for porch, house or street wear,
made In suspender style, of combination materials, plain color
waists and striped or figured skirts, also pretty models made of
chambray, in plain colors, figured crepe cloth and ginghams
In checks and stripes, with embroidery collar and vestees, size*
34 to 46; about 40 styles to choose from, Dresses worth up
to ,si.5o each, special while they last,
95c
Children's Dresses
Several new pretty models to select from, all made ofgood materials and carefully sewed. The- sizes arc cut to lit
without any alterations. Bolero dress made of chambray. In
solid colors, piped with white, a vtfry stylish model, sizes 6 to
14 years, Guimp dress of plain color lineue, embroidered
scalloped neck and sleeves, sizes ,6 to 14 years. Suspender
dress, inade of plaid ginghams with white linune guimp, pearl
button trimmed, sizes 6 to 14 years. Empire dress, made of
linene, in solid colors, cuffs and collars of white pique, stunning dresses, sizes 6 to 14 years, A pretty dress, made of
crepe cloth, in small figured designs, with pockets, collars and
cuffs made of contrasting colors of linene, sizes 6 to 14 years.
Your choice of any of these styles of children's dresses,
worth Si.So, our special price,
(
the stcumhont company in landing j pent it in Church hall at Little Silver
their bor.ts.
Friday night of this week.
LITTLE SILVER NEWS.
The officials are against using any
The ladies' aid society of the. Pre«heavy oil on the borough streets and tyterian church will hold their fair New Auto Service Station Opened by
lit Thursday night's meeting it wason Thursday, July 15th.
George and Arthur Ryenon.
h nothing
hi but
b t light
l i h t oil
il will
ill
ngrrcedd that
Tho Monmouth taxlcnb service
be used hereafter, B. S. Prentice
company has opened
business in the
FAIR HAVEN
NEWS,
was granted the privilege to Use light
^
Johnson building1 near the station, A
oil in oiling tho road in front of hie T h eB o r o u g h WanuV
Catehergasoline pump haa been installed in
place on Word avenue, subject to the
Report on Trolley
front of tho building, and a stock of
aP
BillV ll tS f ttK? a m o u n t ^ " " $ n S I Last night the mayor :uid couwil I automobile supples has been inwore ordered paid
Moat of the I decided to advertise for a dog catcher stalled. Automobile repairing will
money was spent for road' work and i t 0 -»d the borough.of stray dogs. Re- also be done. The members of the
nniifp
! cently all dog owners were notified ; firm are George mid Arthur Ryerson.
police
dogs must be licensed by j The Standard Bearers mot last
Louis Wilson, an employee at Hin that their
5
b e d e - night
• " at Charles
- - - Imbley's,
- - - t.ln.ann>
grocery,
narrowly
escaped
J
^
V
L r Sgf ^ u ^ r"• of
a
g y ,
y
p
doR
The Josoph King homestead is
oye
g
serious injury last Thursday afterboing repainted by George S. Curtis.
owners have as yet failed to have Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Carter of New
earth
dnvmg struck u Piece of
Councilman Curehin made a report j York spent tho week-end with Leo
th
R
d
dlTl^u
™JL°V%^,™ZJ
: of the action taken by the state util- Hartwig of Little Silver Point.
commission regarding the comC. B. Batehelor of New York is
The top of. the car was demolished ities
plaint ag
q p 1spending
p d g thessummer at William B.
against tho service and equip-1
and Mr. Wilson waa badly bruised.'
mrmt of the trolley company. He j Pontin's house,
Alfred Roach, caretaker of )J« .sa
id the inspectors had
said
hadSpent
spent tnree
three!! Henry Sanders of
of Brooklvn
Brooklyn is
Oceanic ftrehouse, ..._»= putttijB the ,d
m Vn/)ine
a n d they reported \ spending the summer at his home on
lawn in front of the firehouse m very |t h i t t h ew J n t G r c n r s w e p e n l li n bad 1 Seven Bridrre road.
attractive appeaiance.
A large ;s h
b u tt h o m n m w c a r s w e r e f t U
M a l m e l Martinez of New York has
flower mound hus, been mudo on the ;f . h t Q n lt w o o rt h r e e b a ds p o t 9 m o v f i d j n h i sh o m e Q n Markham road
$1.00
SALE OF WASH GOODS
Windsor crepe cloth, a washable material for inexpensive
dresses for women and children. This material needs no iron_ ing; a great labor saver. Your choice of a.great many pretty
designs, in small flowers,-lavender,-pink and blue, ThU goods
is 30 inches wide; our special price,
f o u n d i nt h o t r U e y r o a d b e d
at each side of t™Smr"- *-?"-«»» •wore
° f t h e r u n"n l n g' |I <or
,
A r e c o r d W Mm f l d e o
Mthe
r c summer,
f Lmg Bfmch
h
the words Rumson F. B.
schedule on three days and the num-1 moved in one of the Bailly houses
1
' ; b e r of passenRer8 earried. I t wasrI n e a r the station. He is employed
mployed as a
We grow thousands of these Plants in pots and they can be planted
which are
are to
p
to be
be painted
white
, : found
the cars
f d on the
h nverage that
h th
. 6eojge_*Kenneth.
now with perfect safety. Send for complete catalog and cultural diMr. and Mrs Herbert H. Barker of c a r r i e d n o m o r t than 7fl.per cent of
Prank Dean, son of Darnel'Dean,
rections of these Plants, both are free. Come see me, write or teleVirginia spent last week with Mr. and t h e i r c a p a c i t y a n di n v iew of this the ia home from the University of Pennphone 694-11 Red Bank,
Mra,
M John
J h Green.
G
sylvania for tho'summer.
r e q u e s t fora ten-miniite-sehodule at
• HOW TO REACH OUR PLACE—If from Red Bank, come out
The following pupils of the.Rum- 1 certain hours could not' be considS. A. Byrftm and David Jones
Branch avenue to Riimson Road, then to Seven Bridge Road (or
son schools had- perfect attendance i ered. The records, however, were beusfht Ford automobiles last week,
Riverview avenue), this is the second road from Branch avenuerecords for June;
I not made during the rush'hours. Mr.
William J. Burns's Silverniere Inn
then up thU road about one mile toward Long Branch you will see
Curchin said he believed the jitney opened for the summer season on
the large white sign at the entrance of the placejjome right in to the_
-Sunday when a, big dinner party was
—gveenhousea.— If-from LDng-BTanchT"the place isliBouf TOO"yavUs
. who formerly rode on trolleys.
Oiidi',
Kdiniiri'l
liowcr.
Uuynioiitl
held at the ploce. A large number of
north of White Drawbridge.
Htiflc, .loscpli Zflaler, Kstlicr KiiU'ry.
A motion was passed requiring that guests are at the hotel.
Slnry Kielsolaa, Mlldreil TrinU, KtUel all property owners who had trees,
S. L. BeFftbry and Mrs. M. W.
Kn-ycr. 5Iunr!«N»t Kelts:, ICllssalieth Smith, the branches of which obstructed the
Stubbg have had electricity installed
Mary MUli?!-." Myrtlo Truut, KIHIP Dreyer.
.. ...War- streets and walks, be notified to trim in their homes. George j . Daly of
Second SI-JHIC™I'llffonl Doiins.
ilell 1%-lns, William Lyons. Jennie Dea- ' the trees
>
Red Bank did the work.
_
"Old-F^shioned" Hardy Flowers
W. E. KING, Florist,
LITTLE SILVER, N. J,
Telephone 694-M,
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WHY PAY RENT
When you can purchase a home in a beautiful location the same as paying rent ?
If you pay $10 or $12 rent per month,
you can own one of these houses just
finished,
Call-ancl see them.
We will arrange to get you a loan if
you so desire,
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A clear title with every purchase,
Take Highlands Car at Red Bank and
leave same one block this side of Headden's
Corner, walk east to old railroad crossing.
Opposite The Beautiful
* Strauss Mansion
Agent on Grounds Daily, Including Sundays
THE FRANK \. BOEHNER CO.
828 BROAD STREET
N B W A W C , N . jr.
prpaux. IUitli Dreypr, Dorothy Klder, !
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Anna OoiH-, jnirsmet Mannii, Katiierine ' Chief C. P , Wortnley aiked how h e
Haslet News,
O'Brien, iSfrtiui TiaiToi'ti, Kntiicrine Vati- j was going t o collect license fees for
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TWrd Kr»,l.—Clmrlei. Ahhiattl, JOJUDII I * 6 Jitney busses. H e said t h e chief
Mrs. Eliaftbeth C. Hendrickson reDt-miirco. Gerard Emery, Gusale >Mch- , of police a t Rumsop had been advised turned home on Saturday after & six
nms, James Tlerney, Fieemurs Tvafford. | by a lawyer t h a t Tio license could b e week's visit with Mrs. Hannah Hento inquire, of Attorney drickson of Eatontown.
street. A>
Koonan, Mildred Reed,
Eiliiabetb
Smock regarding this matter.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Morris have re3'Oiii-th iinil fifth grades. Freddie Cook, j Engineer
Arthur
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C, S
Swift has turned from a visit with their daugh; made a survey of
ter, Mrs. William H. VanGeieon of
xnonan, Charles ' siaeintosii, wiiiiam • found that th'e street could readily be Bloomfleld.
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Roberts, Qeoifje Sailor, ,lBmf« Shea,
Shea, drained to the river by making two
Miss Theresa Armbruster" of AsJohn Shea, Ki'iink Bucliannn, Raymond
cuts in it.
toria, L. I,, spent Sunday with Mrs. E.
yVycknff, KiflQ AlibiatlS, Ktliel Freitag,
on -painting
Kclith Hoiiild, Vlrplnln irvlng. Maimier- . Bids will be askecLfor
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_ - Pcseux.
He Lyons, Lynn Niulioias, Mury Xnonan, i t h e storehouse on t h e dock. T h e
Miss Estelle Vincent of Brooklyn
Katuleen Tlerney. M.imaret Yeomans, 'W
O r k is t o b e done b v J u l v 4th
spent the week-end with Miss Louise
Margaret »'ilson, Kmily Buthuiian.
iW O * K - 1 ? . . l o . D e a ° " eDJ "i!?'?..**"_•_
A bill from Dr. G. V, V, Warner W. Ivins.
Sixth
ftratle—Vinton
Armstrong,
Frank Cnrton, Henry Hume, Varian for services in the Anna Klein case
Mrs. Frank C. Swedes of New York
Hower, t'haileH Mcnrs. Beniile Rleffel- was returned to be itemized and made
is visiting her parents, Mr, and Mri.
.. „..„..- .„....-.. ...... out «»> a borough voudher. The bill Howard Duryea.
LW.L-., ^,..,.,1 Perrine. Helen Rex, Marie' stated i t wag for servicea between
Howard Duryea is conflned to the
rymiaii. Eva, Wilson, Hilda Merigoid,; January 24th and January 28th, bed with sickness.
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Th e W M
"'""'"""i^raSS-All*!. Kmerv. Thomas j f
f long discuBSion over it
Mrs, William' McCreery of Jersey
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Wayne Harvey, Harry O'Brlrn, I and some of the CoUncllmen favored City is visiting Dr. and Mrs. John
TlH.mtis Porter. William Clair. Paul; paying it. Another bill of Dr. Wnr-Murphy.
Arthur
ViinRrunt. Wiiliiim Zerr, Wllhelm Sof. !„„_!,
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Mrs, T. B. Tilton of Brooklyn is
flns,
lifiu.Mnrlnn
Abbiiittl,
MayStary
Cook Murpliy.
Meriiim | lf. r .,?l aI m
Ilorhprt.
Kiibn,
, r\ncea
ho rs injured
jured while
while
Itorhprt,
Mniimi
Stary - Slarifaret
Murpliy. |! working
Williams, f o
Who
Was h Was r e -visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. L, T. WebMay
Porter,
AnnaKiihii,"
Skldiiiore,
r t h e borough,
ster,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Wilson o t
UeraM. Awnert H(«lett, Esther Maekpn- voucher.
Brooklyn spent the week-end "with
f,\e, Iiorothy MarkK, Lillian Nicholas,
Bills amounting to $807,92 were Miss Carris Carhart.
Martelinp Tynilall, Grace VanXeat, DonCnpt. Richard Carney has returned
p
alii Bruce.
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Kijfhth crntle—Jesisie Cook, Elsie Con
C n W i l l i a m Mahoney, who has been to Florida after A visjt with his eister,
over.' Nina Cnttrpll. Gertrude "Uowlen, I l id up the past week with rheuma- Mrs. P. Otto Weignnd.
a
Bertha Hi-rhet't. Virginia Jennl
Thomas Rathbone of New York
Isa- t j 8 n | i j f l ftow a b j e t ogp &hmt
lifl Kottel. N'Pllle Kirk, Rose KH,
Knhler,
h,g w o r k
Helen Miiolntoah. Florence Mount, Helen
Elmer VanBrunt has moved into spent the week-end here.
O'HrU'ii. Ginoo O'Rrien. Jlnry Shea, Qer- Fred Parker's house on Main street.
Thomas Starr of Middletown has
tnido SotTinB, Adilille West, Gladys
been
Wand, Hurry Irving. Krtwnvd Wilson, | Miss Florence Kingsland of Red
e visitinggMiss Viola Hyer.
y
' iliirold JIPIT. ChnrleH WyniliH.
] Bank is employed as bookkeeper and
Miss
Margaret
Kelsh
of
Locust is
Ninth nnil tentli grartes—-Jnlin Ander- ! cashier in Hendrickson & Son's ero- visiting Mrs. Harry S. Cowles.
son, Ralph Bei'Ker, Dpnnls Byrne, Edwin j
Mrs, John S. VanMater waa a Long
Jeffrey, Kmll Johnson, Frank Lcner, Lpe I
VaiiXbut, Hurry MucIntoMli, Mary Ollll- j The monthly meeting of the fire Branch visitor on Friday.
linn. Vciui Henncsppy, Helen 1McKay, ! company will be held' Monday night,
Ai-'ii'-s Mnillaan, Mnv O'liourl" . Annn !
Burned with Firecracker.
U'lirieii,
Llllinn Porter, Eva Voorhtfi, ;
Ni'llii1 McurH.
Wallace Miller, Jr., of Belford,
Neither absent nor tardy during July being celebrated this year on was badly burned on thefingersFriMonday.
school year:
day morning when he lit a firecracker
Jones who! is em-that had been broken in two. Some
iMihert '/Air, Sfnrfrnret Maiinn. H«»li>u
Mrs.
Harold
Miu>!]Hii«ii, Gei'trutie SofflnR, Emll ,Tohn- ployed by the Public Service com."11)1, Jnlin Macintosh, Nellie MrurH. Ver- pany, is enjoying a ttvo weeks' vaca- older boys lit the cracker and it failed
non Vannriint. .lelinie Hei-liprt. llehpcca
to go off. They then broke it in half
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Herbort. Viola VatiBrunt, John Murpliy, tion.
got Wallace to light it. He
William Bennett has put hin potted and
Perfect attendnnee for Junoi
soaked
the ends of his fingers in oil
hydrangeas on display and yester- to relieve
SCHOOL Xo. 2.
the pain.
I'liKt Krnde—Twlfiiril Hrennnn, Thnrnns day morning he sold four lar^e pjanta
I'lntlcy, Alfif'tl ITortiert, C'urlloB Mount, to a Rumson >oad resident. Mr, BenIt pays to advertise in The Register.
Kilwin Mijiipold, I'rnnoiH Murpliy, JJOUIH nett clBims to have the best assortViuiHrunt, Wulti'r Llnilsny, Jolin Connt'lt, PreHton Hower, Fiiieraro Rocco, ment of hydrangeas in this vicinity.
Wllliiiiii Unrr:il>nn. Jhirtln f'oniuirs, Diir»
The Boy Seouta under the leadert'tliy Cross, Helen Bronnan, Bertha Col- ship of Prof. Roland B, Fennimoro
lls, I'lnrcnti.' Crops, Kathleen Flntley, went on a hike Monday mormn* to
lav* jwar Ml> U ear u s t e n , flwproof H N a
KIHIP Horn, Ifflen Jeffrey, Winifred Ma.
whiak it MBtmiijr leMttd, MBTMIMI to Houk
li'incy. Ailelllic Miiller, reeolia MvLauKh- Lftwes's farm, near Swimming nver,
TbMUM u a Shopping Dlitrlct W* Mtaf tstftt
lin, IU'IPII OTtourke.
Ellzaheth
T e
K
t h Perrliip,
r i e . whore they will camp for several
tnotorut who M«ki • MI* kod
Slayer, Helen Shea, Florence days. About fifteen boys made the lUburbM
IMt pIKi to iMp hU » r OTW Dljbt or
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Mary A, Congdoti, Dorothy
hike.
Uorman, Irene Aiulorxon,
8. 8. OABAOK CO., b e . ,
St'tond ami third Rrrules—Oscrir B*nPostmaster Christopher D, ChandIM-IM Wot MM K
pon. Wdwavd Carlp, JoBeph OhMJi, Wil- ler has beautified the appearance of
TltapfetM Wr.1. IMI.
li.'im Gaynor. Kaiph Gordon, .foseph
When Motoring to New York
Hammond, John Hintelrnnnn,
Harold
MarkR, John Murphy, John O'Brien, Edwiuti p'HiMirkf, Rnymopd Porter, Gu»tave Sehinidt, Kdward Shea, 'Frank
Slaver, Orrin Route, Hieharil Wronsky,
Carl Moiriw, Arthur Morris. J'ranKlin
Conndon, Herbert Qorman, Edith Arm-,
strong,
Kvebm
Armstronff, Loretta
Byarst, Kntlilecn UonnorM, May Coffee,
Grace'Cros-», Kinma CrojiB. Hnxel Dennis,
.AffiieH Flfttley, Oertrude Flntley, Anna
Gnvnor," Alice Hoajf. Afrnes Kirk, Adeline
Kohler. Helen Marks,'Ruth Shea, Vloln
VnnBrunt,
Fourth nnd fifth
grades—Kenneth
Gordon,
Joseph
Hlntelmann,
Paul
Jolini's, William Jeffrey, Idotf Johnnon,
William O'Urien, William O'llourko,
CQfneliuB Ferrlne, Andrew Sutter, Herliert W'IIHH, Vernon VnnBrunt, AddiHnn
ConRdon, nlRft Benson, Agnci Carton,
Lillian nonnlp, N'orn Flntley, Louiwft
Ghoisisl, Blanch Gordon, SUdle Harvey,
.Tennie Herbert, nrteeen Hcrhert. Franten Ktimedy, Anna JleHgold, nora
Mount, Ki'elyn Porter, Iva Stevens,
Cliti'u Mount,
A costing of blue stone ia being
put on the walks in Wont ©• th«
Borden property on the main road
and a number of small places in the
concrete curb ore being repaired. ,,
Tne Ped'Men had an enthuai»t!c
Vou Should Worry If
it were difficult to find a safe and reliable remedy for the
ailments due to irregular or defective action of the atSmfleh,
liver or bowels. These ailments are likely to attack
anyone; likely, t ^ | to lead to worse sickness if not relieved.
.are
the wwW «w» tor theifr^wer to correct these
,
,famous,
. --v..--,tb
troubles
certainly and eafely. They cleanse the ayrtsm, purify
the blood and act as a general tonic upon body, hnta and nervea.
Indigestion, biliousness, constipation might, indeed, mum you pro*
longed Buffering and expose you to danger if B^echam'g PiU»
19c yard
BATHING SUITS and ACCESSORIES
Whatever one could desire in the way of a bathing suit,
from either a fashion or utility standpoint, may be found here
in fullest assortment. The same applies to bathing accessories,
Bathing suits for women, sizes 34 to 44, at every price
from $1.49 to $9.98. Stylish and serviceable misses' bathing
suits, sizes 12, 14, 16: Priced from $1,49 to $3.98. All good
values.
Children's bathing suits, SOe to $1.49. Sizes that lit and
materials that will wear well.
Bathing hats, the newest styles and colorings,'a particularly good variety,of alUrubber.caps, from 25c-to 98c each.
Bathing corsets/ BOc. Bathing belts, 2 S c Bathing
shoes, high or low style, 2Sc and 50c a pair.
Bathing trunks and bloomers,'black Jersey knit, at SOe,
69c, 89c. Union suits for bathers, black, fine knitted, special
at 69c, $1,00.
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>_ Children's one-piece bathing suits, Jersey ribbed, navy
blue with red and white trimmings; 6 to 12-year sizes, 29c,
Underwear Specials
Gowns made of crepe cloth, with lace and ribbon trimming. Gowns made of nainsook, with lace and embroidery
edging on neck and sleeves. Bloomers made of crepe cloth,
in pink and blue, cut full, with elastic top and bottom.
These are all specially priced and worth- 69c. During
sale for short time only,
50c
Broad St. S T R A U S C O . Red Bank
R. WEST
Our sale of Rugs has been'going on for these last 10 .
•days. In that time we have sold over 3oo Rugs-Mo all parts
of the county. The balance of niy large order which was
purchased three months ago just arrived last week, Since
that time Rugs have advanced considerably. In about three
weeks this store will be closed for the summer and' will not
open again until fall. In looking over my stock sheet I find
we have the following quantity and sizes reft:
5 bales 9x12 extra Brussels a t , . . . . I
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$ 9.80
S bales 9x12 Wool Velvet Seamless a t . . . . . . . ; . . . . . $ 1 3 . 8 0
2 bales 9x12 extra quality Seamless at
, \ . . . .$16.50
5 bales 9x12 Seamless, Worsted Velvet, Oriental designs, ah
,.,,,,.
$18.50
10 bales extra quality Seamless Axmlnster at
$22.50
5 bales Axminster Seamless at
$16,80
5 bales extra large Rugs, 10-6x13-6 and up to 12x15,
suitable for larg'e'rooms, ranging in price from
$18.00 to $28,00
5 bales Royal KaShari finest French weave, from
$29.50 to $45.00
1 bales genuine Oriental Rugs, medium size, from
$0.00 to $28,00
SMALLER RUGS
! bale Axminster Rugs, 36x63, worth S2.S0, a t . . . . . . .$1.25
2 bales Smith's Axminster Rugs,.3-6x72, worth S3, at. ,$1,98
% bales Smith's Velvet Rugs, 27x55, worth $t;.25, at.... JSSc
2 bales Smith's Axminster Rugs, 27x55, worth #1.50, at 08c.
l bale Smith's Axminster Rugs, 18x36,'at.
49c.
GRASS RUGS
Closing out at wholesale prices. These Rugs are all new
and fresh patterns, just out of. the loom, made by the best
manufacturers and can be matched at any time within a year
with small Rugs.
No duplicates will be furnished at these prices,
20 rolls best Japanese and China Matting from ISe to aOeyd!
Alsff best Wool, extra super Ingrain Carpet at, * . . . . . . ,80c.
TO cases of Wild's Linoleum at
«•.,•*. .-••.'• * . . . . .38c.
Plain Rag Carpet and Rag Rugs made to ordetv '
Terms Strictly Cash: •
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WEST,
Were Not On Hand I129 W. Front St.,
RedBatik, N. J.
TU Lw»-t 3 J . of Any M«dlcfci. to tfc.
Sold .T.rywbto*. InfeMfM,10c, aS
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