PIO N EEK NtCW SPA P E R O F OCEAN COUNTY. t Barnegat Pier

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PIO N EEK NtCW SPA P E R O F OCEAN COUNTY. t Barnegat Pier
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NEW JERSEY COURIER.
pa g es
P IO N E E K
O 0
1ST'
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OF
O CEAN
COUN TY.
Saving
Crabnet Sunday
t Barnegat Pier
owned
Feet ol W atar
.
, .
had
1 , lutihsd lightly in otts
-1 jams» Cosgrove i f
,uevi. 1'hiUdslphia. »• *
gat Bay about *• hour
lait Sunday afternoon,
r a ned or « a i ike victim
, ha> b o i b e e n d s t e r m i o s d ,
ltvad «o have been »ha
„ uM of a party, tocludho went tu lu i negai Piar
•PR » Sunday excursion train
áiV • uiiog. Thay wara crab, * «han Coigrors drop*
Clad only in an undsro| irouian he dived into
le cama up nod bagan
Eon
boya. it'» tine.", ha
j w companion» on tli* piar
uiU > called back to him ha
ily thraw up hi» handa and tank,
»»»before I o'clock. Hit body
Kv.trrd at 2.15 and ai it wM
» 10 theturlace up cam athecrab
o. held id a grip of Jaoth.
¡love waa .10 year* old.
Mr»,
jvi laid they had b i t two chil­
li the past mouth,
body wai taken to Philadelphia
i alurnoon train, having first been
i by Coroner E. J W eithall of
rood, who had been phoned for.
u slid by hi* compauiona that
ovc * as a good swimmer.
iBarnegat Bay Boats Going
»IntetbayRaces at Quincy.Mass.
iioin present indication! i t il unlike[tfcit there will be any Barnegat Bay
npetitors at the Inter-Bay raceathii
pmet These race* will be held at
tocy 11ms. this year, on Auguit
111
Tjire* Bold Boy Buccaneer«
Steel Boat end Land in Jail
On M, otiay ihr«« boyi, i«u colored
•od o s* white. tiult a cat boat and
lender btk>B(ing to Joetph I KdfAtdl
•I Bay fiend, and tailtpd down Iba bay,
landing a l S«a Stdr Park. The boyt
were Henry McGor tntek, »ged t s . col­
ored. from Point HI u ta m i Walter Oldton, white, aged 1 , from West Point
FrnÉát uou|lâ«é. color«<3,
ft««d II* of Aftbur) Park, They w«r«
arretted i t Se* Sk « l'tr k •od Under
Sheriff Brown br ought them to the
county jnil Mond») atght to «wen the
September grand Jury
Whan the boy» reached Sea Side Park
Monday afternoon, thay had been out
in the rain atomi and Ware drenched.
Each bad a bicycle
At Sea Side Park
thay let the catboat go adrift and want
aabore in tba tender taking their whaali
The owner of the b o a t meantime
had coma to Sea Sid« Park and made
a complaint to Mayor H»ag and thay
arara at once irrt» lad Their only exc u m wai that thay wanted
a aail on
the bay but did not intend to ileal the
boat
AT THE COUNTY JAIL
Walton Burougbs was committed last
Friday by Squire Rowland of Toms
River to await the action of the grand
jury on complaint of Frank Walters
Jew peddler Burroughs makes bis
home with Robert Kip on the Lakewood road and the peddler swore Bur.
rough menaced him with a shotgun and
threatened to shoot him and also kept
a basket of his wares
Lewis Pullen was brought down from
Jackson township last Friday by Con
stable John VanArsdale on complaint
of residents of VanHiseville that Pullen
was crazy and they were afraid of
their lives. He hna improved since in
jail under medical attention
"Gibsy Bill” of Asbury Park, a pond
lily gatherer, was brought down from
Point Pleasant Monday by Marthal
John Harker as drunk and disorderly
for a ninety day etay. Bill was drunk
Sunday atPointPleasaat where he came
for pond lilies, and was taken before
Squire Allen, who gave him sixty days
He then abused Allen, who paid him
back with 30 dayi more
Barnard Wallace,a yellow boy, Satur.
day was sent up from Ocean Gate on
complaint of "M ayor" Harry W Ellis,
that he had broke into a freight car and
stole fruit. The grand jury will take
care of him
ihehm of these races were held on
Iraegat Biy a couple of summers ago.
raegit Bay yachtsmen, though they
kioated the races were not prepared
■h boats, and the prizes were capfed by N'srragansett Bay yachtsmen
came here to compete. Last year
Buna 1 1 H V C went to Narragan8t Bay, but the honors were all taken
I till Massachuietts Bay yachtsmen,
ise .aently this year the races will 30 Inches at Low Water at
|in that hay. It would take two solid
Barnegat City Harbor Entrance
ps to make the trip there and back
Last week’s Courier stated that en
itake part in the contests
trance to the harbor or busin at Barne
gat City was inaccessible to catboats
pining Salt Meadows to K ill
and motorboats at low tide Capt Frank
Mosquitoes Resum ed by State
Williams of this place writes from Barhr work of draining salt madows to nerat City that our correspondent "has
»the breeding of mosquitoes is to be been misinformed about the depth of
l®fd by the State Tnis work is in water'on the bar at the entrance to
pgeof Prof John B Smith of Rutgers this harbor Boats drawing 30 inches
!Se- the State Entomologist. He con come in at dead low water The
jrted with the money allowed him channel is narrower but deeper than
pryearsagj with the Hackensack last year’!
Phewark meadows, and with several
F* appropriations ditched all the
Dolly Lynch Engaged to Wed
PLusas far south as the north bank
Announcement was made at Spring
pnis River. Last year no money
psupplied him, and the work halted, Lake last week of the engagement of
r* "ill be an appropriation this Miss Rachel A Cartwright Lynch, oldest
R and he is advertising lor the ditch- daughter of Mr and Mrs Jasper Lynch
the salt meadows in Berkeley of Lakewood, and known to her friends
p ^ p , beginning with Good Luck as Dolly Lynch, to George Douglas
P si the mouth of Toms River, and Clews of Orange. The Lynch family is
P"? stiuth to the mouth of Cedar prominent in Lakewood society and has
hi
been going to Spring Lake in the sum­
mer for some years
Miss Lynch is well known and has
F«own W o m a n Defied Jack
achieved distinction as an amateur dan­
Johnson a nd Made Him Quail
cer, having appeared at many charit­
pretown, July 18 — Mr and Mrs able performances in New York and in
P 8 this place are managing a Lakewood. She is the granddaughter
1
pavilion at Sheepshead B ay, of Mrs Rachel Cartwight.who up to the
P. and Mr Arcnds was home here time of her death lived in Newark and
f ees Mrs Arends had a peculiar from whom it is said that she inherits a
ence some weeks ago after she fortune
¡1 ° sheepshead Bay. She had a Mr Clews is the grandson of George
L ft
wasoutin the street, and H Hartford, at one time mayor of
Orange. His mother is now Mrs Wm.
L 0 n®on- the fighting machine,
B Riley, The wedding will take place
ik " Jj Ch’mK past ‘n ^ 's n*netv hp ,
¡ b i , ‘he d°g
Arends followed in the autumn at Lynx Hall, the Lynch
home in Lakewood
L.a
man t0 h‘s bome and
|j. j/ t0 pu!1 h'nky hair for him,
P aim SaiC^ t*lat
Arthur quailed Must Move Light and Phone Poles
N meekly Urned g‘ ey’ a“ d apolo‘
L'fh Savers Examined
E hav'8 uf the Mfi-gaViog service
Ltion/ een ° n tlleir comPu,30ry
Point Pi318 n° WtakinS exaninations
pu(j ty eaSant “nder the direction of
avens- superintendent of
fe-saving service,
fofo nnJj isey '‘fe-saving
service.
L f °n duty ¡a ten days, midnight
«ay. A"gust 1
At a meeting of the Monmouth County
Freeholders iast week conned was in­
structed to notify the Point Pleasant
Electric Light Company and the New
York Telephone Company to remove
their poles from Main Street, Manasquan, and that if they neglected to do
so within fifteen days action would be
taken to have them removed
Go to Elwell's for your ice cream
sodas, frappe and sundaes
L IE U T . F A R R O W IN V EN TS W A Y
TO O V ER C O M E G R A V IT Y HE S A Y S
Trying lo Pull Republican«
Together for Fall Campaign
count v has attrae ted the nitration of
potty leader» on the ouUlda, and altar
such ae that which may be established
tb« nOMihup in lb« K«publicaa cam*
between two knobs, produces a disturb­
pmgti Im i («II, lh« S t*t« tender« think
ance in the surrounding ether which
takes the form of electric wave» pene­ tb«y ««« • dhhI fur « new iltfn m tn t
down thin w«v, T b ii mnidi p m ku lariy
trating apace with the velocity of light,
Theev wave«, in Herta'i experiment! true ot Stntt Clmiruurn Frank O Brigg«
»•
ware found to have a length of nearly a • • « • « + « 4 • ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
meter, Tbry ware reflected from the
surface of an electric conductor and
could he transmitted by a non-cundue
tor. such a» pitch, or a similar sub.
»tame. He alio found that thay
could be brought to a focus. They
could be made in interfere, than form
model points. Or. by forcing them
through a grating with parallel wires,
they could be polarized. These electrc
waves, now bearing Hertz's name, ware
like light waves They differ from lha
latter in their relatively enormous
length and the rorretponding slowness
of the oscillations
a tad on the th­
an wave», ! . ¡en­
rol* of Anbury
iftietst Park,claim*
he law of gtavity.
Rally, at lean, for
i l l with what ha
all'
dynamo" ha hea
ifcoily u«inun«i rated that bit inVID' ¿ou can remove or dual pale two
OUI* '«» of weight fro m a book that be­
fore the dynamo ii attached waigba 12
ounce» Lieutenant Farrow nave that
it h ai bean diacovered that by intenii
tying Heruian wave* a parallel and
«corresponding intsnsification occur»
with the vertical force which controls
gravitation, thue adding buoyancy to
any object p%dad earthward by gravity
Diacovered by Mr Parrow and apon•orad by himself and Gan George O
Eaton, the device might be called tba
apex of a pyramid that be* bean build­
The experiments continued on the
ing slowly for 25 veer«. In it» com- basis of this ” vertical com ponent," replelion, scientific subject! »itch at wave i , M<i W| though differw nUaisd from the
motion, aeronautic*, wlreletx trlegra- j Heruian wave The connecting link
phy -end the discovery of Hertzian 1 w m the discovert- by Ur K«rmw that
waves have nil played a part. Ele- , an intensification of the Hertzian wave
mentz of romance and the mysteries of j caused I corresponding intensification
mental telepathy color the story
of the "vertical component" Thue, if
Fighting Indians in the watt was not tbeforcwof a Hertzian wave was 30,000
sufficiently attracting to divert the and it could be increased to 60,000 or
young lieutenant's mind from t h e even 120,009 the force of the “ vertical
■ubjcct. He worked at it persistently cotntKinent,” which resisted gravitation
Mr Farrow subsequently left the ar­ would be correspondingly increased
my to become an inventor and consult­
The mechanical device which Mr
ing engineer. Yet his theoriz'ng on Farrow has ju st perfected increase* the
gravity and wave motion, experiments force of the Hertzian wave. This in­
with the planchette and levitating ta­ creased power is transmitted to the
bles and the memory of the eagle, were "vertical component " The latter thua
to turn hit mind into new channel* intensified, offers a proportionate resis­
when io 1887, the principle of the H ert­ tance to gravitation. The force of the
zian wave was announced
litte r is reduced, as has been demon­
Henz demonstrated that a very rap­ strated in the relative buoyancy of the
id oscilating discharge of electricity, book already mentioned
W eird and W ild T ales of Sunburnt
Fish and S carlet Lobsters During
Hot Spell Made Shore People Gasp
14.—Weird
and wild
gat,
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B u ruega
t, Ju lj —
fish______
stories_______
that are iborn
of thy
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s
a r c tlie
hoi weather and too much reliance, il
niaj- be. on liquid bait inatead of the
old reliable shedder crab or shrimp.
The Barnegat Buy region Is alive with
these queer stories, just as Barnegat
Buy itself teems with bluellsh, weaklisii, kiugfish and striped bass.
The first of these queer stories was
one 'luting front Forktxl Uiver and pub­
lished in scientific journals, telling of u
huge monster fish Invudtiig Barnegat
Buy III greut numbers, tliul swallowed
wild geese and ducks whole, und then
climbed out on the siiiiilhnr und sunned
itself like ii turtle while digesting its
catch. But yesterday il Wnretmvn caputil enme into the Buy View Hotel
dock mid swore that he had made n
l.ig <utch uf blnefish that ought to have
been blue but were brown. What had
happened to tin- fish no one knew, till
u scientist at the Bay View Hotel pro­
nounced that the fish were sunburned.
His expin lift tion was ‘that the water
was so cleur mul the sun so hot that
the fish swimming about the buy hud
I... .. sunburned.
Next mi Offshore hdistermull put in
ul Bnrnegnt village lauding from ten
miles out of the ill let with' u euleh of
lobsters, lie "11111111100 his eyes" if the
lobsters, iusleud ot a cool green, were
not a bright red.
Whether the lob­
sters were cooked at sen or broiled
alive mi the trip hack in Barnegat
through the sun lias not been asci-r
tamed, ns I*rof. Julius Nelson, the
Slate Biologist, who is investigating the
growth ami cultivation of oyster »put
here, refused to be quoted.
'From Sen Side Park next enano the
amazing tale flint bathers in the surf
were picking grapefruit, pineapples and
other tropical fruits, including lemons.
The fruit strewn nlong the shore spoke
fur itself. Where it may have come
from was another story, but the Sea
Side Pnrk beachcombers insist that the
recent tropical weather in some way ¡3
responsible for the tropical fruit.
Barnegat Pier got lo be outdone,
was next on the wire with a weird and
woozy talé.
It was the Gene Longstreet, known from Sandy Hook to
Hereford Inlet as the most veracious
and reliable of mariners, swore he had
put in a little time after the moon came
up catching crulm.
Iu the moonlight
tlic crulm looked a iitlle queer, but
Gene nccoimted for that by supposing
Mini Ida eyes were not us young as
they used to be, and that he had left
Ms spectacles aboard the good yacht
\\ 11If11111 Penn, of which he is master.
Next morning when one of the crew
went to get the crabs to cook them for
breakfast, to his amazement be found
they were already "deviled."
I fotn Harvey Cedars a confused
wireless jumble was picked up at -I
A. M. today la which the words sen
'log. hot dog, and Sen Dog Shouts were
»0 mixed tip that nothing could be
mn.li' of them; while from gay Bay
Head comes ¡1 tale of 11 Philadelphia
youth who went out -m the meadow
after hay birds and brought home a
bug "f "hot birds.”
Bui even a
thermos outfit was unable to supply the
iisiml cold bottle adjunct.
A Barnegat City man off the beach
this morning was willing to take his
affidavit that he sniv a bunch or
sheepshead caught fresh from the In­
let yesterday and they were all striped
crossways, just us if they bad been on
a hot grill.
Returns from Island
Heights. Ocean Gnle and Pine Tien-dl
are expected any minute, and when
Toms Iiivor and Bench Haven submit
their report, real fish yurns will begin
to come iu.
Nearly $3,000,000 in County Banks.
Tin* latter part of .Tune, which, as a
nil*, in the banks of (his county, in
alnioat low water mark for deposits,
nearly three million was on deposit in
the county hanks and Trust companies.
J he Lakewood Trust Company leads,
with the Toms Rivet- First National
second:
Lakewood Trust Companv. ..$341,470.1)0
First National Bunk, Toms
River ................................... ((42 307 39
Tnekerton National B ank.. 280,913.05
People’s Nat’l, Lakewood.. . 208,173.00
Ocean County National, Pt.
Pleasant ........
223,382.40
Ocean Comity Trust Co.,
....................... 109,340.77
First Nat’l, Barnegat ........ 139,582.80
First Nat l, New Egypt___ 124,096 08
hirst Nat’l, Lakewood........ 83,222.98
Passaic Lawyer Hanged
the Pleas and relinquished that office
Himself at Point Pleasant two months ago when a new political
regime took hold He often said that
Point Pleasant, July 19—A victim of he was sorry that he had not spent
melancholy, Ralph Shaw, former Assis­ those years in the active practice of law
tant Prosecutor of Passaic county, inztegd. "B y this tim e.” he would say
whose home was at Little Falls, wa6 " I would have had a nice income, but
found a suicide by hanging in a boat now I have to start all over again
house along the banks of the Manasquan River, by his 13-year-old son,
Reunion of Veterans
this afternoon
Mrs Shaw was on a shopping trip to
i w annual reunion of the 1 k h New
Point Pleasant during the morning. 1 rssv Regiment will be held at E atonWhen she returned Mr Shaw was not t " n on Tuesday, September 19th.
about and she sent their son to look f -r Tfie morning session will be held in the
him, The youngster failed to find hint Presbyterian church and the banquet
in any of his usual haunts and he final­ qnd entertainment will be held in Cres­
ly went to the boat bouse Mr Shaw cent hall, in Lewis street William Ht
hud been dead several hours
Foster is president and treasurer of the
That Shaw died ot a broken heart is
Regimental Reunion Association, and
the conviction of hismanv friends. For I he has announced that a definite pro15 yeais he was Assistant Prosecutor of gram has not been arranged as vet
5 C e n ts a C o p y
VOLUME fll—NUMBER 48
TOMS RIVEE. If. J., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. (JULY 80, 1911
„ I8H B D 1 8 8 0
gt in
N tC W S P A P E R
Y e a r
U. S. Sen. F . 0 . Briggs
State Chairman
m
« » « » « « « » « a as a »♦ » » a a a a *
who is looked upon by many as an
astute leader in the political game, and
whose term for U S Senator will expire
in time for the Assemblyman from
Ocean elected in 1911 to have a vote in
electing his luccestor
Senator Briggs has accordingly been
interested in trying to get together the
various factions and cliques lulha party
in this county. As a result former
County Chairman Joseph M Thompson
of New Egypt and Washington has been
looking over the ground off and on for
a month past, and in response to his
efforts the following letter was this
week sent out to the members of the
eoanty committee and to prospective
candidates for the various nominations:
There will be a conference held at
Toms River, N J, in.the lodge room on
the third floor of tne Courier building
on Monday July 31, at 11 a m , in the
interest of the welfareof the'Republican
party
All members of the County Commit­
tee are urged to be present
Each member of the County Commit
tee i* also urged to invite five of the
representative Republicans of his dis­
trict to be present
Candidates for nomination at tlu
Republican primaries are requested to
be present Also members of the press
and county officials, interested in the
Republican party’s welfare, are invited
Luncheon will be served at the Ocean
House at 2 p m . Please notify Mr J M
Thompson at New Egypt, N J, by July
27, how many will be present from your
district, in order that plates may be
reserved for them
Hon A C B Havens, Toms River
Geo H Holman, Toms River
Wm H Fischer, Toms River
Hon S S Taylor, Lakewood
Jasper Lynch. Lakewood
, Luke Johnson. Lakewood
Thomas Ferguson, Point Pleasant
Clarence H Murphy, Point Pleasant
John C Price, Tuckerton
David G Conrad, Barnegat
Jos M Thompson, New Egypt
Senator Briggs is doubtless encour
aged in this movement by the knowl­
edge that a similiar conference in
Gloucester county has to all appear­
ances healed over a breach there that
has existed even longer than the differ­
ences in Ocean county. There is adiflerence however: in this county the par­
ty has been made the cover for prac­
tices that have obtained nowhere else
except in the bigger cities
Ned Haven« H it
by Trolley; Hurt
but will Recover
Latnt Report» from Hoipiul
V«ry E ncou rag ing and H oo«ful
Turning hi* head to call ’Good-bys’!
Vo a (fiend with whom be hail bssn
walking, Edgar H Haven*, editor of
tbs Bell Telephone Company's weekly,
"T h e Telephone N ews,''and »on of Mr
and Mr* A C B Ifavsns of this plats
stepped directly into • I J ib m e e t trol­
ley car a t 1Jtb and Arch strsstt. Phila­
delphia. on Monday afternoon, and was
seriously injured
Caught by tb * car. he was thrown
heavily back against a wagon »landing
by th* side of tb* track and dropped
unconscious to the pavemsot. Taken
to ths Hahnemann hospital, it was
found that hs was suffering from severe
concussion of the brain, internal in ju r ia
and lacerations of th* h a d and face.
H* was unconscious for two hours His
father was notified by phooe end caught
the night train to Philadelphia, where
ha found Edgar in better shape than he
had feared. The physician a i d he
would recover
T b * friend with whom Mr Havens
had been walking was WilUiaui N orris,
•on of Mr and Mrs J Parker Norris, of
2122 Pine street. Hs is also in the
employ of the BellTelephoneCompany.
Mr Norris was the first to reach his
friend's side after the accident, and
aided by a policeman made him as
com forttbls as possible until the patrol
arrived
Mr Havens is thirty years old and
married tome years ego Mist Lana Ford
of Toms River. They live at 21 Central
ave., Cheltenham. He ha* been with
the Bell company foranum berof years.
He is the youngest eon of Mr and
Mrs Havens, was brought up at Toms
River and graduated from the public
school. He was home for Sunday the
week before the accident
Car Ran Over Boy and Bicycle;
Driver Cranked Up,Hurried Off
Monday morning a touring with the
New Jersey number 13432 ran over
Nelson Cowdrick, Jr , son of Mr and
Mrs Nelson Cowdrick of Water street,
at the junction of Main and Washing­
ton streets. There was a jam there of
wagons, with another wagon coming
off of Washington street, and the boy
did not see the car till it was on him.
He was,riding a wheel and flung himself
as far as he could. The wheel was
crushed and one of the fore wheels of
the car went over the boy's foot. He
was pretty well shaken up, but escaped
other injury beyond a few bruises and
scratches
The driver of the car stopped so quick
than he stalled his engine He jumped
out cranked his engine, and hurried off
as fast as he could without even offer­
ing to help pay for the repairs to the
boy’s wheel. Bystanders say that he
did not blow his horn as he came
through the bunch of wagons, and that
it was more his fault than the boy’s.
Those who saw it were angry at the
way the man got away, and took down
his number
Six Pound Weakfish, Bluefish, N
Barb and Bass Caught in Bay
Fishing, the expert says, was never
better than now in Barnegat Bay. The
weaafish are biting in all sizesfrom the
half pound school fish on the shell beds
to the six pound tide runners in the
channels and slcughs and sunks on the
east side of the b ay . Down near the
inlet barb o : kiugfish, are as plentiful
as weakfish. Flounder fishing is good,
large numbers are caught The small
bluefish, or snapping mackerel, have
been in the bay for a month in enormous
schools. I t is something unheard of for
Not Candidate for Assembly Says
some years for them to remain so long
J . M. Thompson of New Egypt in the bay; ordinarily they dart in and
Joseph M Thompson of New Egypt, hurry out again. Some sheepshead are
announces that he is not a candidate caught occasionally, but these fish are
for the Assembly nomination this fall. wary and only the tireless and skillful
A few weeks ago the Lakewood Times angler has a show with them
and Journal announced that Mr
Two New Egypt Accidents
Thompson was in a receptive mood or
in other words was a tentative candi.
New Egypt, July 17— Paul Schwarz,
date. As such he I has been talked
ten years old, cut off his great toe this
about for three weeks past He now
morning while cutting wood for his
savs be will not accept a nomination. mother
This leaves the Reoublican party with­
While unloading hay here this morn­
out a candidate for the legislature this
ing Charles Emery a farmer, was caught
fall
:n the ropes and hurled over the wagon
to the swingle trees. He was picked
Elwell’s has an experienced dispenser up unconscious
Several ribs were
of soda— two years’ experience in a big broken and apparently he has been in­
Philadelphia drugstore, and knows all ternally injured, bin it is believed he
tne latest mixtures and flavors
will recover
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TheAlsheimer Shoe Store:
t
1 lo ths
I
. I ro0«hlrr«t my •on«“ Then I haw pal It ha
U
Itttring the nett autumn Hhodd came
j »«'if «specialty At(ul for alngle Ilf#.
^
I \Vbet bar or no 1 was Bltud to It# osar Into my oth«#. He said that he couldn't
get It out o f his bead that the
The window chair beiwwfh tllu strat-! r1«l oarer orcum-d to toe Itoubtlu#
Mge he had picked up at sea was a
#d la the turaatloo of a l'an nay Irani# if | had thou#hi of that aide of the
1»oils Ode one. lie would like to go
woman The aeat of the chair, which proposition 1 ahould hare conalderad to i>. and look Into the matter, but he
ru ta on the window #111. la kept from (hgt If 1 bad choaen lo marry I would had no money for the purpoee. 1 tried
eltpptnf out by eroaaplecee on the In-1 nulke ,
husband Hut no mar to persuade him to dismiss IBS sub
aide coroera The back haa bar« a
Why should a man f ir e * Ject front his mind, but wbeu 1 waa
riage for m
tending down, which rent against the t np bit freedom to at 1er the annoy defied that be wouldn't do eo till he
wall below and support the whole a f id proved the truth of my tswltlon
anorta of matrimony?
fair, throwing the back at an angle
advanced, him the price of a ticket
Hut It doesn't malti any iHArtrart
which make# the chair of a reclining
11 with something to S|tare.
of matrimony. |
type. One very practical nae of thia what a man's opinion I
“Whatever 1 And." be salil. “Ml bring
tick
by
matll.
I
f
he
happens
to
be
I
■eat la by a person engaged In clean­
you.”
ing the windows, aa It permits free , mondai lightning be so iimb« lIke any , “You'll not And anything to bring,
It was at the s-ashort that i ut don't worry about repaying the
use o f the bands.
! the bolt fell upon me, and I forgot all j count I have advanced. It's not a
a boat my prenuptial prejudice*. In- I an; it's a g ift "
H ousehold H elps
Use copper wU'u for picttn binging, ; deed. I Itegan to worry and fret and 1 tie made tin reply lo this, but left
It does not rust easily, is i oth proof j tun«* for fear that matrimony would I e, mid that's the I : I thuuirtit o f
when be paid
(ht* matter for a we
and will last for year«.
! lie denied me. for there was Just one j
V In a moment
another visit. 1
To renaore m rch from linen cut an woman In the world I wished to mar- j
be had lound
tin expression 111
onlou In half a I rub the scorched part I ry. and If I didn't gel her life would
with It. then » k In cold water,
|no more tie worth living.
Well, I said Joculiitrly, “diti you
Cloudy minx i should never he seen I I wan standing on the bench one
lg diamond?”
In n h ise. Rub them with a doth bright morning where the blue waves
closed Ute
Wt rere alone, and
wrung at of cold water and dipped In J were rolling In merrily looking ut the
fore replying. Then be said:
door
dry whiting and then polish them with j bathers. A lady, young, rather pretty
but I got a hundred $1,000
"N
a dry duster.
] and whose superb figure was shown to bonds.”
When steel becomes rusty rub It ndvsntnge by a liecoulnc bathing suit,
I wondered tf the nmn bud gone
with a piece of emery paper that has walked leisurely down to the water's daftbeen dipped In turpentine. Polish with edge and stood looking out upon the
“I consider the And youra, sir,” he
a fresh piece of emery paper.
scene before her
Each wave that continued, “so 1 didn't disturb any­
If not In use scrubbing brushes nine up sent a tine of white froth to thing I found, putting back the floorshould be turned bristles downward. clasp her ankles. A breeze played with lug. Nohody knew about my being
Thns the water will run out of them her skirt. Then she walked oat to a there.”
and they will dry. whereas t f they are greater depth, dived under an Incom­
“Do you mean to tell me yon found
placed on their backs the water will ing wave and apjtearod beyond It a lot of bonds placed where that paper
soak Into the wood and loosen the bris­ swimming like a dolphin.
you picked up Indicated?”
tles.
"I do.”
I watched for the lady when she
“What else?" ' asked after drawing
came out of the ocean and saw her go
Parsnios With Cream.
Into a tittle cottage built up against several long breaths.
Take fresh parsnips, peei and wash the dunes. The door closed behind
•This.”
them, then cut them Into the shape of her, but her Image hud lieen left with
He handed me a paper, on which
olives, using only the outside part for me. I saw her again the same even­ was scrawled In lead pencil:
the purpose. Put them Into a sauce­ ing supporting an old lady, doubtless
Cashle. didn’t do this. The man a* did
pan and cover them with cold water her mother, on the board walk. This Is where he can’t be reached.
Notwithstanding that this paper had
seasoned with a little salt and lemon time I had a good view of her face,
Juice. Bring to a boil, then strain and and a melancholy resting upon It only a genuine look, some time was re­
put Into a clean saucepan with two udded to my suddenly awakened Inter­ quired for Shedd to convince me that
heaping tablespoonfuls of butter. Add est. Possibly any other expression it would be worth while to go with
half a cupful of crenin. a little pepper would have served the same purpose, him and have a look at his find.
“You see, sir,” he said, "the bonds
and salt and a quarter of n cupful of for when a man's imagination has
white sauce. Put tlie lid on the pan tteen kindled by the spark of love any must have been stolen property, uud
and cook very gently for thirty min­ trait the fair one possesses Is either I’m afraid to touch ’em for fear of
utes Sprinkle with a little Anely chop­ 'hrllllng or delightful and usually both. getting myself Into trouble."
"Very well,” I said at last. “I'll go
I secured an Introduction to Miss
ped parsley and the strained Juice of
with you, and If you’re found some
half a lemon and turn out on to a hot Henrietta Chamberlin and was gra­ missing securities and there is a re­
ciously accorded permission to call at
dish and serve at once.
ward otTered for their recovery I’ll see
the cottage, where she lived with her
that you get It.”
mother
and
a
younger
brother.
Every
Stuffed Peppers.
We reached I). in the afternoon, and,
member
of
the
family
seemed
to
be
Cut the tops from red or green pep­
Shedd having provided himself with
nrr'er
a
melancholy
Induced
by
some
pers and remove the seeds. Cover with
tools nnd n lantern, after supper we
[toilInc water, leave standing for a few misfortune. The natural disposition walked out to a deserted sawmill. It
minutes, then 811 with rice and to- common to them nil T judged to be was some distance from the road aud
mat'ies. Cook one cupful of well wash­ penial and happy. But If at any time stood alone. Going to a corner of the
ed rice In boiling water until tender, my or all became exhilarated some mill, Shedd removed some rubbish nnd
then drain, add one cupful of tomato •Met skeleton would thrust Itself in took up a plank of flooring. Between
pulp, one chopped onlou, two heaping upon their merriment and hush It.
two joists lay a bundle, the wrapper
tablespoonfuls of butter, season with
Thinking to learn something about being a newspaper. Shedd handed it
salt, red pepper and a dust of paprika them, I questioned persons with whom to me, and. unrolling it. there sure
and a cupful of breadcrumbs. Cover th e y were acquainted. But no one enough were a hundred $ 1 .1)00 bonds
the peppers when filled with buttered knew them any better than I. When o f.a railway company. I snw at a
breadcrumbs, arrange in a baking dish the Chamberlins were asked where glance that they were not negotiable
and bake for thirty minutes.
they hailed from they gave evasive an­ by the thieves. The date on the news
swers, stating usually that at present paper Indicated that it had been print­
Jellied Fowl or Chicken.
they were unsettled. Of all the per­ ed nine years before. Shedd had tak­
Cook a fowl or chicken until the sons with whom they became intimate en the only thing besides the bonds—
meat falls from the bone. Take all during their sojourn at the seashore the scrap of paper—that had lieen left
the meat and chop fine. Have ready not one could give any account of In tlie place of concealment.
a tablespoonful of gelatin softened in
Having replaced the ihsn-ing. we reone cupful of cold water. Dissolve it them.
For a time this mystery put a damp­ turned by an early train the next morn­
in one pint of the water the fowl bas
er on my enthusiasm with regard to ing. and, going 4o police headquarters,
been boiled in. The water must be
Miss Chamberlin. But It was taking I reported the find.
boiling. Add half a grated onion,
! was Informed that nine years be­
pinch of paprika and half a teaspoon­ one step forward to two backward. I
fore a certain bank had missed the
ful of salt Pour over the chopped was becoming rapidly enthralled and
bonds, nnd the cashier whose accounts
chicken and put in bread pan which soon got beyond any question of expewere short had been convicted of mak­
lieiicy.
Then,
too.
the
seashore
Is
a
has been lined with oiled paper. Set
ing way with them. And here came
dangerous
place
for
those
who
wish
to
aside to become cold. The next day
keep out of love’s whirlpool. Though the surprise of my life and an explana­
It can be sliced.
the waters look cool and tempting, tion of a mystery that had kept me
there are sea pussies that are liable to from the woman I loved.
Huckleberry Cake.
The name of the cashier was Vincent
Two cupfuls of flour sifted with a whirl one beyond one's depth.
Miss Chamberlin and 1 were stand­ Chamberlin.
teaspoonful of baking powder, threeThere had been ju sf enough shortage
quarters of a cupful of milk, three ing one moonlight night ju st above the
In his accounts nnd circumstantial evi­
beaten eggs, a cupful of sugar and a highest line of foam when one of these
cupful of huckleberries dressed with pussies came up and carried up into a dence against him to convict him of
flour. Some persons add a little cin­ boundless ocean of torture—or was it having taken the bonds, doubtless for
namon and nutmeg. Bake In muffin a water fay that did the damage? At the purpose of speculation. Their findwith the note accompanying them,
tins. The cake is better the second all events while we were looking at
day after It Is baked than when fresh. the moon’s shimmer on the water, win a vindication for the cashier, and
changing with the light, clouds that tie was released from prison.
The happiest day In my life was
tioated lazily over her face, something
String Bean and Beet Salad.
Cut one pint of cooked string beans took away all my caution, and I pour­ wh“n. having gone to my Henrietta
8b halves and scrape and cut into dice ed forth an unpremeditated story- of with her brother’s vindication in nay
hands. 1 saw the look of mingled won­
three cold cooked beets. Dine a salad love.
bowl with crisp lettuce leaves, fill Ibe
Instead of exciting pleasure 1 saw der and delight In her eves as she read
center with beans, surround with the under the moonlight shining full in t!ie words’ that were to take away the
«Iced beets, sprinkle with French her face the melancholy she usually great stain and make him a free man.
p* ¡I stood for awhile looking at noth­
dressing and chill before serving.
wore intensified.
“j have been weak,“ she said. “No ing. as if wrapped In a happy dream. I
Appi« Sherbet.
woman can fall to see love before It Is refrained from Interrupting this joyous
sense of relief as long as I could con­
Cook the pulp of six apples in one expressed.
I should have repelled
tain myself, then took her In my arms.
quart of oder seasoned to taste with you.”
I said nothing, nor did she. Her head
sugar and cinnamon. When tender
‘■Why?” I asked, overwhelmed by a
fell upon my shoulder, and this was the
j.a p through a sieve, cool and freeze. t.TU'-vons disappointment.
only sign I asked for to know that my
When partly frozen add the stiffly
* It’s a secret.”
t canon of disappointment had ended.
beate?> whites of two eggs. Serve In
“Tell me.”
chilled apple shells.
NEW FOOTGEAR
For E V E R Y DAY
SH O ES
SL IP P E R S
BOOTSl
R U B B E R B O O T S and SHOES
Photo hr American Prsos Aa»iielation,
Come in and look us over
mm. o. it. #. fist.m o st .
Smart society at Newport Is Intertnt In the opening of Marble House
v in O II r Belmont, for It 1» J«*
*t Indicates the
wist that thi
rush la likely to j
tu-heM of Mb
two tains to visit
>iue over with
r mother for | t of the season |
Mrs. Belmont has lot occupied this,
Inline«* for a numb ■ of seasons, sud
that she should do i now Is ti matter
of gratification to members of the
smart set, who hop that she may eni as of old. Even If her daugh­
tl
ter does not come to America Mrs.
Belmont has her son Harold with her
and may give some!bins for him. Her
euteriulument* an* never dull, and, al­
though she is so active a suffragist nnd
for some time tins given most of her
attention to the movement she Is still
as secure in social leadership os ever.
NOW OPEN
Tom s R iver G arage and
M achine Shop
Mr. Robert Froriep Wishes to
Announce that he Now has his
New Garage on the Atlantic City
Boulevard Open for Business :::
Fully Equipped M achine Shop
EVERYTHING UP-TO DATE
The G a s Stows.
To economize In the use of gas ob­
serve these rules:
Have all cooking ready for the blaze
before the burner Is lighted.
The burner may be extinguished a
few moments before your cooking Is
finished nnd still retain heat enough
for the purttose.
At night turn off the stopcock be­
tween the stove und the main pipe to
prevent waste.
Never use a Inrge burner when a
•mall one will do.
A strip of asbestos pinned around a
burner causes the heat to concentrate
on the cooking Instead of scattering
Into the atmosphere.
If you heat by stove utilize the space
under the fancy top for cooking
1911
TOMS RIVER, N. J .
Telephone 7.L.
Established 1904.
Opposite C .R .R . of N.J.Dcp
Berkeley Garagi
J . Lester Yoder, Prop.
Everything for Automobile, Motor Boat, Mill, at city pw<
Complete stock. Mail and telephone orders receive careful attentio
Automobile tire repairing a specialty, work guaranteed. Fua
Equipped Machine Shop for repair work on Motor Boats, Autom ob^
and Machinery b y competent mechanics.
W rite for our list of second-hand machinery and tools. Agenc
for Geiser Machinery and Stationary Gasoline Engines.
“Maxwell” Price!
January I, the United States Motor Company announced a schedule of prices for 1911 that
Revolutionize the Automobile Trade
Actual experiments had proven T H E M A XW ELL CAR at the old prices, to be the
Most Car for Least Money
Then think of Maxwell Superiority at the 1911 Maxwell prices, way below imitators;
M axw ell Touring Cai
M axw ell R unabout
For,
'" $ 6 0 0
Model Q, 22 H. P„ 4 cylinder, formerly $i001
Model A B , 16 H. P. with $70 equipment
For
$750
F$1350
For
Model Q ,22 H P .,4 cylinder, formerly $900 ,
Higher priced cars if you want them.
$800
Model E A, 5 passenger, 30 H. P., was $ 1^0
The Maxwell is proven to be cheaper than a horse
JO S . G RO VER &
»V-
to the Démocratie Voters of Ocean
C o u n ty .
tUc advice a«d t»i the rci|uc«i of wmc ol
leader* ft 'he Ocean County Democracy
,-rebv announce tnyielf at a candidate
the otRce oi sheriff of Ocean County,
Meet w th* wishes of the voter* at the
,,tng pt imarie*.
(ke this method of soliciting (he vote* ol
whO wish party *uccc*s.
F R
ANK TILTON
,
II SNAPSHOISA T j FI
CHERR1TIES j
At»4 I
| m That Want U War.
On* winild h a t* to look fkr befar*
Andina a n »r* ««rrtfytng and d*tw.rattilag »rthnd of repelling liraU-a*r* than that *mpk»y«d by ih* paopl*
of 'ti«ml»*»r*. an smloni city of
Ari* Minor A ItouMir historian iwlla
/•
,v, r* groat butldinga put np to be
pushed, toward Uto wall* *o that th*
atiackor* might advaaco ualujurod.
Itui th# Thomlwyracúii» wort* a capa­
lilo people. and tb*y chopped bolea In
the top» o f th* building» and cast
down on tb* head* of the advaucing
arrnv whole »warm* of bee* and *11
the wild and fe ro ci«» animala that
their municipal menagerie ronlatned.
Ukewtae In England a few hun­
dred year* Uler lite Dane# and Nor« criaos were attacking tb* ancient
Unman city of Cheater, then held by
rite Ratona After all tbe ordtuary
method* of warfare bad failed to
drive array lite Norsemen tb* bee­
hive* of Cb**ter were brought to th*
city wall* and o**rturnen on the head*
of tb * enemy, who retired In batte.
Ferm. VIIU». w
t* Book
R O O F IN L
Well
Drilling, Pumps
Heating and Sanitary
Plumbing. Ageut
It tell* b o * o a t specially dwigned, *lr
light Moot Unk »tv! pompta« apparilo*,
placad »uT*twr«. with orttnary nie pt**•utt-.tloci it Noovtrha*dUnk»toW»k
or (rem i. M eolyot running w * t*»«»«y -
•hnre. also Se* prutectioo-lhat'a the
f a
Aermotor Wlndnilk
Rider and Errlckwn)
Hot Air Ptimpinir
For vouutiy btNun; publie tm '«Hoe»;
town». S*ti»f»cta,n guaraatMd. r ' for
ir** book-" M om ! M in i t i t t* te r
S u ffix PtvhUm." Send TODAY.
Envines.
17 > I A 1 N
Photo by Amorten Ft*** nnooetniioo.
Water Supplir Sjr*t«ra
Thos. Roberts
ST.
MARINE RAILW AY
AGENT F O B
STAN D ARD
STA N LEY
F E K IIO
U N C L E SA M
and Other M A R I N E
M OTORS
Boat Work of all kinds.
Motors installed, etc
F o rk e d
Five Gee a# In a Flock.
In “five geeae In a flock" the chil­
dren sit on a bank or bench In a gar­
den aide by side. One elands as mar­
ket woman opposite the row of playera. She walks along tbe row and
touches each child, beginning when
she please* and saying one word of
the following rhyme to each os ahe
touche* her:
Please, good farmer, cut the corn,
Keop the wheat and burn the thorn.
Shut your gate end turn the lock;
Keep the five *«eee In the flock.
As soon as she saya the word "flock"
the one first touched Jumps up and
runs off. The market woman pursue*
her. But while she Is catching her the
other geese have fled away, and she
has to catch each player nnd resent
her In her place before the game re­
commences. The ene first caught be­
comes In turn market woman.
.-ïvtvtvîvîvî<ty^-*«*,
R iv e r, N . J .
¡The C ou rier G ives th e N ew s:
W .V .W
About th# Plan*.
The piano la the outgrowth of hun­
dred* of year» of Invention. In carll*•»1 time* It wa* almply a hart» with
two or three airing*. A« lime went
on more atrtng* were added, and the
l m ini moot came to he known a* tbe
eltlmra. T bli Instrument was Iti the
shape of a *P " and had leu string*. In
rime tmialolana thought of airelcblng
the atrlug* aepava au o|ien la>x ami ao
made a dulcimer. The atrlug* of Ihla
were atruck with hammer* and *o
•-ouUnued In lie atruck until some gen
tua invented a keyboard.
In Uueen Elizabeth's tliuc Ihla wa*
called a vlrginnl. Then It wna called
a aplnet becauae of the quills which
caught the atrlnga o f wire* and pro
dueed the aouud. ill 1700 people lie
gan to call thla a hnrpalcbord. In 1710
Itartholomoo Crlatofoll Invented a key
liourd auch a* la now used.
T h* recent prooontntioo of chnrgnn
to lit* «vítulo committee on prtrtlogon
and election* Impugning th* *»**tloi>
of tu n c Stopbeuiwu. United State* **nntor from Wtocuturtn, Indicate* »noth
or Investigation. rivaling the Lortmcr
rnno in tatenwt
Tho InvwtlgaUon
Oral wan mad* by a Joint committee
of tbo Wbicoiintn leglMatur*. which
found uo direct vlolatlou of law, and
aubsequentljr by a special committee
of the Wtaconain aonate, which in It*
r*ixirt ntnde a variety of charge*.
Tho documenta received by the aennte direct from tho Wtaconain legisla­
ture request a congressional Inveatlgatiou of the churgeo against Senator
Stcphennun. Tho re|iort of the WUcoualu state aeuate’s special commit­
tee» declared Mr. Stepbensou’s oloc-Uou
to tie the result of corruption and al­
leged that 1107.000 had lioen apent In
hta behalf. Seuator Stephenson and
11In ft-leads have conteadod that tho
expenditures In the campaign were
legitimate. Books showing the pay­
ment of »08,000, It Is said, were ex­
hibited before the Wisconsin commit­
tee.
Seuator Stephenson la a native of
the province of New Brunswick, Can­
ada. and Is elghty-two years old. In
184.”> he removed lo Wisconsin and for
many years was engaged In the lum­
ber trade, In which he acquired a largo
fortune. He is a Republican in poli­
tics, and before becoming a senator
he served three terms In the house of
representatives. He was elected to
tlie United States senate llj 1007 to
all out tho uaexplred term of John C.
Spooner and was re-elected for the
full term In 1009. Hie term will ex­
pire In 1015.
G. E . W A L L A C E
AMO» LEW IS
Snpi .mil Itu ild o r
A
Courier, the Best and Brighest
Ocean County Society for Prevention of
Cruelty to Animals
The Ancient Northmen.
V
The Societyffor the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals will
give Free ot Charge Shade Hats and Fly Nets for the use of
Horses to the owners of such animals as may not be able to
Conundrums.
Why are washwomen frequently
silly? Because they put out their tubs
to catch soft water when It rains
hard.
What word by taking the first letter
from It makes you sick? M-uslc.
What Is that debt for which you can­
not be sued? The debt of nature.
What time should an Innkeeper visit
an iron foundry? When he wants a
barmaid.
purchase them.
Applicants must give reterence, name and address.
Apply on and after Tuly i, * 9 r *>to
Edward W . Nester, Main St., ^ w o o d , N. J .
Hintleman & Co., C l i f t o n Ave., L * k*^ ° ° ^ \ NT^ ,r *
Central Market, C lif t o n Avenue, Lakewood, N. J .
Or by written application to Mrs. Tasper Lynch,
Lakewood, N. J .
Out oi Town Representatives:
Miss Caroline West Murphy, Pomt Pleasant, N .J.
Abram H. Jones, W est Creek, N .J .
George W. Mulford, Barnegat, N. |.
Rain.
Do you know where Normandy got
its name? If you have studied Euro­
pean history you remember that the
Normans were really Northmen or
Norwegians who Invaded what Is now
northeastern France In the tenth cen­
tury. William, the conqueror of Eng­
land. was one of their descendants,
and so is the present king of Eng­
land. The Normans were great sail­
ors. and they ventured out Into the
ocean, even across to Greenland and
to tbe coast of New England, In long
rowboats.
n o t ic e
Hoods “2¿ Fly Nets F re e
N»w Kind of
Here Is a new kind of rain—nothing
loss than sand. When a storm swept
over Massachusetts recently there was
not much rain at Pittsfield, but there
was a shower of fine snnd, which fell
for several minutes. It Is supposed
that the saud was sucked up Into tho
nlr by a whirlwind as the storm pass­
ed over the Cheshire sand pits near by.
But Cheshire did not get off easily. It.
had no rain of snnd, but It had a
shower of hallsiones. Scarcely o house
iu town ¿»scaped without at least one
window broken.
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ft*
^ ' v Ó V , * , ', v / A W A V W . S W (
ANC
"»«*. on«» BIT In "
MI#« CblWer»' roakl gut Ini» Ih* vie-
Your Home
H EA T ER S
the coachiun
"I'm Ml*» Child*«»' maid.
Mte*
! Chlidef* didn't coat* I com o malead."
M‘* m * * M»Ué bof.
R u nn in g
W ater
with Force to '
*T O > L *
WORLD of i
SPORT
i Impersonation Lead*
to a Wedding.
Senator lw *c Steptenun ot
Wisconsin.
Toms River, N. J.
THOMAS ROBERTS
IN
W hispering Feat.
P-bv was asleep, and Ben was caut!till'd to be careful and not waken
her while he played soldiers. “Aw
w -h t,” he agreed; ‘T i l make my foots
whisper when they walk.” nnd he tipoied softly.
S
i
i
R * *d y Rhyme.
Two, four or more words that rhyme
ar* written on a piece of paper and
given to each. A complete vers* must,
be written from the**.
'» ÄWWWWJVAVAW.5AV
-
i tutta sud, leaning beck aa II Oh« h*d
been born In a victoria, rod* to Mont“Whan will »mir » h
| had road* Ml Childers' *
"Ur the
ime (min
i __ , „ „
is * am.
"ktngular." mott«>f*»l th* lady, "that
ah* »tumid h *v * sent her maid ahead."
latter on Ml** Childers' tnald noticed
a gentleman in evening dtees gutnii
down in dlnnar. *»»d during the wen' tag. while she was passing lb* rime
. In III* acwlug room doing tom * tn*od
tag. he stumbled In.
"Pardon me," he said.
T didn't
know them was any on* bore."
“You r* excusable, air."
“Are you MIsa Child«** m aldT
"I am, air."
"Yon ha,vo a very nice mlatre**. I
| am told."
“i'aaaahl*. air."
,
“You'ro not very enthuatattle.”
“My mlatre*« doean't need a charac­
ter from tier maid."
"Did you get auch sprightly rvpart**
from Mis# C h ild ersr
i "Mia* Chlldera doe* not prido beraetf
1 on repartee Rhe has matter* of lu>I portanco to Interest her and kaep her
| from chaffing her Inferior*.“
trust she hasn't the keen edged
( tongue of her maid."
j “Rhe may need It. I'm told ah**»
thinking of marriage.”
“Is she to get * fine fellow?"
Tex luttusdell, tb* cr*ck »printer of
the Unlveralty of Pennsylvania, wbo I "1 trust he will be above bandying
ha* been In England fur the past |words with her maid."
"That depeuda upon the maid. On*
month. 1» demonstrating thnt bo Is one
of the speediest men In the world to­ as pretty and os bright as oh* who has
day. In a recent race agnliist several come here before her mistress would
English cracks ltamsdell won In hol­ tempt any man."
low fashion. This la hi* second timo
The maid lowered her eye*.
abroad. L ast y m r be won nearly ev­
"W hat do you consider Miss Chil­
ery race In which he started on the ders' beat trait?"
other side of tho big pond. Ramsdell
“That ahe la fully aware o f her own
Intends to remain abroad until Sep­ i fault*.“
tember.
| “How long do yott think It will taka
. her to become aware of th* fault* o f
Work of College Players Watched. ! the roan she Is to marry?”
College players by the acore aro Join­
“Mika Chlldera will have the good
ing the major league teams, and It will sense to Ignore them. All people have
be interesting to note wbst a small fnnlta. It Is the duty of married cou­
percentage of them will be able to ples to find excuses for each other.”
hold their own. Last year there was I “You mean that If her husband
also a big crop which camo up from > passes time that would otherwise bang
id there , heavy on his hands chatting with her
the colleges, but only hero and
have they been able to hold their posi­ maid his wife will find *n excuse fo r
tions. The difference between college him.”
«
and major league ball Is even greater
“I f she doea he will not deserve inch
than the step from tbe , high grade n wife.”
minor leagues to fast company. This i “Then If you were Miss Chlldera he
Is particularly noticeable In the college
’ would not fare so well.”
pitcher*, who establish great records i "W e are discussing Mlsa Chlldeng
at school and then fail when they be­ not her maid.”
come professionals. This Is because | "In this matter let ns consider tbe
the college teams do not hit and con­
. maid. You blame me. a gentleman.
sequently do not wait out a pitcher.
for chatting with you, a servant SupIt Is different when they come Into |M)so MIsn Childers were to become a
fast company, where the ball\must be
pauper and go out to service. Would
put over for nearly every man that
you expect me to recoguize her for
fnrosr them. rl his results In letting up
what she had been?"
and nlmlng, and when n pitcher does
" T h a tis different”
that nothing can save him.
"In what respect?”
I "Miss Childers would be a lady who
H*r«’s a Great Strikeout Record.
hnd only recently become n servant"
Iu the net of discussing strikeout
“How luug would she need to be a
records, here Is one worth looking over. servant before my recognition of her
In a battle nt Shlppnn, Conn., recently would be Inexcusable?”
King’s school played Stamford. The
“It would never be Inexcusable.”
contest ran to twelve Innings, during
“Very well. 'Suppose you were Miss
which time Earl Sarckn of King'B , CUllilers and had only today become
school fanned twenty-nine men, while ; her maid.”
Daniels, the rival slabmnn, totaled
The girl cast a quick glance at him.
twenty strikeouts, thereby running the
"Suppose,” she said In reply, “that
total up to forty-nlng strikeouts for you had only this nfternoou become
the game.
Mr. Reginald Sanderson’s coachman”—
While Sarckn whiffed twenty-rfine of
“Good.” he said. “You being Mis*
Ids rivals, holding them to six hits, he Childers' mnld nnd I Mr. Sanderson’s
wns beaten 3 to 2. When an athlete coachman, I am free to tell you that
can strike out twenty-nine of the thir­ this Is a case of love at first sig ht”
ty six batsmen who face him In a
A long pause.
twelve round game he must be some­
“Would you, were you Miss Childers.
where close along. Forty-nine for the ; consider It a proper thing to become
gnme Is a record that has never even your maid?”
been approached.
| “And would you, being Mr. Sander|son. demean yourself by becoming
“P laye rs A re T o u gh Lot," 8 a y s Doyle. ' your coachman?”
•‘Baseball players are a lot of tough
“I would—to see a woman unguard­
fellows who don’t care what they say ed who ought be my wife."
or do.”
j “And what could be Miss Childers’
This little remark, uttered in a tone j object,” he asked, “In becoming her
of lamentation, came from no other i own maid?
than ex-Umplre Balter Jack Doyle, the
"Once upon a time,” continued the
National league umpire, who has been man. “a princess was betrothed to it!
relegated to the substitute role by prince she had never seen. Desiring
President Lynch for unfamlllarity with to observe him Incog, she personated
the rules. Doyle was watching the her own maid and went to visit the
Highlander-White Sox game In New prince’s mother. The prince, poor fool,
York recently when he mado his ob­ thinking to see his fiancee when she
servation. Doyle in his playing and was not masquerading—In fact, to do
managing days was one of the hardest the masquerading himself—drove his
men on umpires in the business, but he carriage to the station, where, lo and
confesses that he now sees the other behold, he found not her. bnt her maid.
side o f the picture.
Disappointed at not meeting the mis­
tress. he solaced himself by chatting
with the maid and—lost his heart.”
Gaelic H u rle rs Com ing.
The ultra exclusive Gaelic Associa­
Miss Childers’ maid looked up with
tion o f London Is going to send over a smile. “But she was Miss Chll—l
in the fall a representative team of mean the princess.”
hurlers to compete with the crack ath­
'■And the coachman was Mr. San—I
letes of this country. The team will mean the prince.”
be made up of men who have dis­
Mrs. Sanderson, passing upstairs.'
tinguished themselves in almost every hearing voltes In the serving room. ■
."■'TÍ
branch of athletics.
glanced in \ nd was inexpressibly
The Gaelic association is very partic­ shocked to see Miss Childers’ malu In
ular about whom It will accept as the arms of her son. The fond moth­
members. I t has refused to affiliate er kept the secret. She was not sur­
with any other sporting body. It ab­ prised the next morning when the girt,
solutely bars policemen and soldiers, msklng an excuse, departed, but she
even a * spectators, and has In conse­ wns surprised when Miss Childers ar­
quence often brought itself into eon. rived later at the resemblance be­
filet with tbe British war office.
tween her sod her maid.
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PLEASANT PLAINS
U n B Î flood to d ton of P in t B h k H
f U t f ^ Mr rriI Mr* Richard McKalv»y.
Katurdav night Rod Sunday
M m Blanch# McKalvay ol Ctdor
(ito v i M Vluting ralalivaa bara
Mr and Mir Flatchar Hogamau find
diUkhut Sylviiol AlMBtic HignUsui
The cenditiee e( art# in outlined in a place where it can command
p u b lic iw apect.
tn ihi CvUtitf Uit srvfk as
in the Republican parlY, ha* resultedlit a call for a meeting of repre
tYhat can be accomplished by
•rfltaitw Republican* from the such afmeeting ia %problematical
various townships, to be held on If all who (attend do ao with a
Monday, July 31, in the Courier •pint of comprontite and kindly
building tndgeroum. Thu call has feeliag, much might be gained
been signed by a number of prom­ But it mud be remembered that
inent citUen* moat if nut all of whatever is done will amount to
whom were more active in Kepuh ¡nothing utile*« the party ia fairly
Itcan politics a few years ago. when 1placed on record as denounc utg
party meant more than it doe. and being divorced from the ballot
now. and when it wa. an honor to hoi stuffing and ballot boa stealing
be active in the Rcpublicattun episode of last winter, because
organisation in thu county. The n o th in g can be done to restore the
fact that these men were induced confidence of the voter* in the
leadership of the party M long a*
*u.l
w ith
this foul blot remain*"
The
Supreme
Object
of L ife Insurance prolection
—to provide support for de
pendents. The Monthly I„
com eP olicy of the Prudential
guarantees the continuance
of the support for your beneficiary over a long period' of
year*.
The Prudential
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lift Mat App«t|i!
*h#if horn* in T r t n i c
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Miu S u lla Burr of Trenton naa m *
vailing h tt grand par e c u . Mr and M
1 0 .XppWgate
Mt*§ Anna Noble $• epending th
week at Lakewood
lira \V B Noble* spent a few day* i
Silverton with her sister. Mrs Cora.
McKelvey last week
Mrs Sarah Applegate is visiting h
daughter. Mrs G A Voigt of Sea S m
P ark
Jonathan Tilton was a visitor
I (land Height* Monday
C E Thotnpaon returned horne fro
N or York iMt Saturday
A Cephat Johnson ha« a new mote
cycle
SIL VERTON
The school bout? here ia being re*
roofed
Herman Truex i* able to be up and
out again after a »ickneaaol two month»
Mr and Mr» Andrew Clayton and two
children. Harold and Clifford of Lakewood and Mr and Mr* Willard Clayton
ot Atb'try Park »pent Sunday night
with their parent* here, Mr and Mr*
P E Clayton
The huckleberry ctop doe* not *eem
a* good as usual around these parts
Mrs Charles Bocklen has been spendiag a few day* in New York
Irving Bocklen of New York has re­
turned home after spending Sunday
with his parents here, Mr and MrsChas
Bocklen
Capt and Mrs F E Clayton made a
trip to Bay Head on Monday
The farmers are busy once more get­
ting their hay
OCEAN GATE
The P R R are extending their gravel
platform at the station. A gang of men
were busy there yesterday. The station,
so long promised, is not yet in sight
though the traffic here, both freight
and passenger, isheavy enough to war­
rant a tine structure
The Ocean Gate Yacht club starts a
series of Saturday races on Saturday of
this week. July 22 There will be a
dance at the clubhouse in the evening
Last Sunday's sale cf lots was the
heaviest in 1911
Both Toms River ferry boats stop at
Asbury avenue, which allows people to
travel to and from the beach, as well
as Island Heights and Toms River
Supt Harry W Ellis started to grade
and gravel Pt Pleasant avenue yester-Y
, e-s*
Three houses, built by the Land Com>any, are nearly completed and one is
ilreadv sold
Ur Targette is occupying his new
auugalow on the riverfront He ex­
pects his motorboat here in a day or
two
There is nothing better than Elwell s
Brick cream for desert
TUCKERTON
F ra n k K. Austin bus sold his timriUK
ir, l.tit exp ects lu have a new one in
l ’rol"' -s',,r P ercy P a n e , of \\ uterviih'.
¡„is been elected supervising yvm.,„1 ,,i the T nckerto n H igh r-eliqo).
louis .1. K n y ser. who held th e position
tree venrs, refused td acce p t it to*
nother year unless the Guard o f Edu
ittint) increased the sa illi,'. .Miss at
„m. th e hiisb school teach er, has also
„¡t, mid rumor says some m ore will
o th e soino.
. .
,,
Eddie Seam an , nine years old. a son
£ H ow ard Seam an , of Philadelphia,
roke his arm falling from tin- haymow
r th e C h a rles M ott fa rm , w here he
" m Ibh^ E iL u L eeds B a r tle tt sailed by
iw. S S . A ra b ic on. the 15th fo r a brief
o u t’of G reat B rita in . She accom pun■s M rs. Sarah Leeds, of A tla n tic (it> T he T n ck e rto n M an u factu rin g to rn any h as added a store room to the
T h e T nckerton A thletic A ssociation
< preparing fo r a big tim e iu August,
'here w ill be a baseball gam e, u tug
•ike C arnival and au enterinH m iem .
,r. Xiawrenee P o rk er of th e K ates
'¡ mho Com pany, of 1'biladelpliiB, placed
n 88-Jaotc player-piano in th e home or
..b M . I Sm
,
, ..
) pith.
. Crow ley ,has enlarged,
the.,
(Irenes o f bis E a s t M ain stre e t res.e m a k i n g a decided im provem ent
th e anpeitRiiiee of the
property.
Bines O . H o rn er did the work
M a ste r Eu gen e B o rd a, son o f M rs.
r,.,,,],. Ueed B o rd a, of this p la ce, was
■riousiv injured at Stafford F o rg e by
ring I brown fro m a horse. H is scalp
- V,-.d!v lacerated, th e elbow o f Ins
i n n iisloented. the fo refin ger of
rigl t hand nearly cut off and Ins
f a mass of bruises.
party organila non and put it uack
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POINT PLEASANl
The engagement is announced of Miss
Alice Havens, daughter of Mr and Mis
A. O 3 . Havens of Point Pleasant, and
Luther Newhall, the son of Rev Charles
SuNewhall, formerly of Asbury Park
It waa a boy and girl friendship, but
not until the wedding of Visa Katherine
Newhall, at Berkely, C e l, where the
Newhall* now revtde, did the engage­
ment occur. Mice Havens acted as the
maid of honor and Mr Ntwhall at the
best man
The groom-to-ba ia engaged in th*
plumbing butines* at Berkely, Cat., and
hat been visiting at Point Pleasant for
tbe past therewaekt. Mis* Haver«was
this year chosen one of tbe teachers at
th* Point Pleatant public schools but
hat resigned heriposition in view uf her
prospective marriage in January.
and Mrs Keyser lost her first husband
•ever«) year* ago
Invitation were tent out this week to
members of St Mary* by the-Seachutch
inviting them to a quiet day at the
local parish on Thursday, August 10th
A special program of service« haa been
prepared by the Rector. Rev Harry
How* Bogert
Manager Beniamin Jones and his h«ll
totters were given a surprise last Fridav
evening, whtn they received word that
the Spring Lake team would be unable
to appear at the local diamond Satur­
day afternoon, when they bad been
scheduled. Jones has arranged to play
the fast Lakewood team here next
Saturday, and on Saturday, July 29th,
the P. R R. Y M. C A of Jersey City
will be the opponents of tbe local*
The Casino bathing pavilion haa been
Mr and Mrs Albert T Stretch orTrenton have rented a cottage at Poiot leesed for three month*. The managers
Pleasant for the cummer. P r o f . are Mr Roland A Hatfield of this placa
Stretch, who ia one of the best known and Mr Lane of Toms River, who is
violinists in his home citv , has been en­ spending the summer here. Mr Lana ami
gaged to play at the Hotel Leighton. j his orchestra furnished tnuiic at the
P.oint Pleasant's new system of water inlet pavilion last Sunday for dancing
supply went into operation Wednesday g,The first of a series of euchre* and
of last week when the new standpipe 1 hops was given at the hotel Leighton
was used for the first time In order last Saturday night at which many of
to guard against any damage through the cottage people, friends of the guests
the bursting of old plumbing the pipe at the hotel, attended. The Carroltdn
was not filled, the system being main­ hotel will give their first hop this Saturtained on about one half of a tank of , day
A full dress ball will be given at the
water.
Mayor Howard L. Tindell of Point Bluffs Hotel at Bay Head on Saturday*
Pleasant will soon appoint a board of July 29th. by the guests and cottage
five citizens to make inquiries into the,I people of that place
Harry Krawl, a printer of Philadelcost of a permanent boardwalk and
maintenance of same (or the P o iu l,] phia, who is spending the summer here
Pleasant beach. There has been con-1 with Mr and Rosia Clark and who has
siderable activity among the residents been confined to his bed suffering from
and cottagers at the Point for a better dropsy, is much belter
Mrs George W Boyce of New York,
boardwalk.
At the weekly meeting of the Point j is spending a week with her mother,
Pleasant council a committee of thej Mrs Katherine VanLew
Mr and Mrs Leon Dennis of Brooklyn,
Point Pleasant Beach Improvement
association, an organization comprised spent a few days with the former's
of summer cottagers at the ocean fro n t, parents on Arnold avenue
colony, applied to the borough' body | Miss Sarah Watson of Newark is
for several improvements in the cottage |spending two weeks with her cousin,
section of tbe resort, including board -1 M: Elizabeth Flemming
Edward Welling of New York, who
walk betterments. The other improve­
ments asked tor by the association had] has a cottage near Little Silver Lake
ail been ordered made by the council |here placed four swans in the lake
prior ' to the arrival of the committee ] which gives a very picturesque appear­
but the m attter of a better boardwalk, ance, and other cottage people around
to replace the temporary one now in use the lake have promised to duplicate
Mr ’Veiling's gift
will be taken up without delay.
There was some advocacy of a con­
LAKEWOOD
crete esplanade but no definite action
will be taken until the commitee have
inquired into e Je ry factor relative to
The contract for ‘lie new »lore on
Second street which will he occupied
the improvement
by
the dry goods merchant,
Miss Lila Harvey is spending a week willSilverman,
he given to Howard ¿Ipplegiitt .
with Miss .Anna Miller at South Amboy By the time the structure is ready fot
’>.<)' H). It will
Edward Mangold and John H Smith occupancy it will cost s I■
he three story with n basement, 24 feet
of New York, are spending their vaca­ tl inches front and 75 feet deep, and
tion here with Mr Mangold’s mother will have a fancy brick front. When
done it will be one of Ihe nicest store
on the Manasquan
buildings in the town, it must be fin­
Harry Webber the veteran showman ished in two months.
Word conies from the hospital at
of this place is running amoving pic­
that C. M. Bartlett, of I.aketure and vaudeville show at Bradley Plainfield
ivooii, fins undergone an operation and
Beach this summer, and is being as- that iiis chances of recovery are very
good.
s sted by his son Walter
The Bible I 'lass and icings Daugh­
Dr and Mrs Edward H e n r y and ters of the .Methodist Church are plan­
Mrs Edgar Bishop and son of Philadel­ ning to hold their annual church sup­
the latter part of this month.
phia, have been visiting Mr and Mrs per
Kcv. Mr. .Meseroll, a former pastor of
Theodore Pearce this week
tin- Methodist Church of Lakewood, is
quite ill at his home in New Brunswick.
O.Edward Ransom and two daughters,
Alfred, the young son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jessie and Grace, have gone to Lake L. H. Sykes, had the misfortune to fall
Mahopac, N. Y . for two month, where and break Ins arm.
The township under the supervision
Mr Ransom conducts a boat house
of .(¡icol» Skidmore has laid some more
The tennis tournament on the Leigh­ cross walks.
Work on the erection of the Y. W. C.
ton courts has progressed wellithis week
A. building has been commenced.
there be'ng three mrtches played. EdWilliam Clayton has sold the Fred
wat d Murphy, of New York, won from Estelle
hstt'iie farm.
i-ituii.
Thompsons’ Express and Storage
Butler Downing, 6— 3, 5— 7, 6—2: W
Company
last week.■
olii),ill,.. lost another horse ......
Cornell, of New YTork. lost to J SchoonI. B. Thompson is driving a new fiord
maker, of Plainfield, 6—4, 7—5, and '.'SI 1
Willis» u» T. M.*i son 1»;*h pu nil used an
F S Hovev. at one time State runnerup Oldsinobile.
in Pennsylvania, defeated J M Hoff
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Praxes, of East
mans of New York 6— 3. 6— 0 The ; Fourth street, are the proud patents of
a baby girl, horn June kilth.
m a'ch will probably be finished this
Frank Wheat.' principal of the Lakewood High School, was released from
week
contract for teaching next year by
Tbe wedding on Thursday night, of Ids
the Board of Education at their last
Mrs Anne Marie Keyser, of New York mooting. Mr. Wheat had an offer from
and Dr Charles H Grube of 113 West a hich school in Brooklyn of a position
which pays a larger salary.
Eighty-third street, New York took;
Dr. G. W. Lawrence, accompanied ny
Mrs. Lawrence and Miss Hath Law­
place at St Mary's-by-the Sea Episco
rence
have returned from a two weeks
pal church The ceremony was per ,
trip to Bermuda.
formed by the Rev H H Bogert. rector
Leroy Wnodfield. who tins been tn the
of the church. Dr Grube and Mrs K ey­ employ of I ’. V. Hoyt, lias bought his
employer’s fruit and vegetable and ice
set became acquainted at Point Pleas­ eremii business on Main street.
Tir a. G. Webb, conductor of the
ant. where they have summer visitors
V, ebb School oti Sixth street, is spendfor four years. Dr Grube is a widow, r jBg
a portion of tlie summer at x-tau-
.try, N. i .
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The new iiidfnrin. of < l.nk»*wtvMÏ
Bincha I! Iran, har» beeil i
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BaM-lsill dmwn't pay it«
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River. Iu the County of Ocean, and Mate of New
Jersey, between tne hours of 12 m. and R o’clock
p.m., to wit at l.oo o'clock p.m„ on said day, the
following described rwal estate:
All the tract or parcel of land and premises
hereinafter particularly desenbed, situate, lying
and oeing in the Township of Lakewood, for­
merly Brick, in the county of Ocean and stale
of New Jersey, being the same tract of land i CK>0<H>O<^0<>oOOO<>O0K>0H>O<KKX>O0 <K><><>O<><><><>O<XK><>a<KX><>a(><>:K>
described in a deed from Charlotte M. Davy, i 0
widow and Jesse P. jo«.es*. fo Charles FI. «Tone«,10
bearing date the twenty second tVty of March. |0
A. D. 188«. and recorded in the Ocean county I Q
Clerk’s oillcvi In book 157 of tke<K pages 880 I 0
Ac. and in said deed la described ae follows:
!0
Beginning at a point on the northerly hue f <
Ocean Avenue. Westerly nine ehama ami tweuiy (
live links from a stone slandlrg in said North - ; c
orly line of Ocean Avenue, at a point wrier*- ,
James L. -Johnson ¡westerly line crosses said \
Avenue, being also the south easterly corner of 1 <
H THE OCEA N C O U N TY T R U S T
land formerly belonging to Nancy A. uephens. i <
running thenee (lj North thirteen negro-s anti \<
C O M PA N Y is a thoroughly equip­
fifty five minute east seventeen chains and i <
seventy links, thence (2) hortn eighty one de- { <
ped institution—having every modern
grece and fifty one minute* west two chains 1 <
and eighty lour links, thence (3) south thirteen j ,
method lor the prompt, satisfactory
degrees and fifty five minutes west seventeen |(
nvis, aavanls
iinL-a ro
thP northerly
linPlllfirlt* line
litis. : .
chains and
seventy linKs
to the
transaction of all banking business.
of o»ean Avenue, thence (4) south eighty one
degrees and fifty one minutes east along aalu
northerly line of Ocean Avenue two chains and
eighty four links to the place of beglnntig
containing five acres (5 A ).
Your account subject
Seized as the"property of Charles n . Jones et
ux. et al, defendants, aid to be taken into exe­
to check is invited.
cution at the suit of Julia U. VauHlse, complain­
ant, and to be sold by
CHARLES H.COX, Sheriff.
I. Vi. Carmichael, Solicitor,
Toms River, N. J.
Dated, July 15,19n.
fPr’s fee, $14.50]
Thoroughly Equipped
1
OCEAN C O U N TY T R U S T CO.
SEALED PROPOSALS
For Building Gravel Roadway
TOMS RIVER, N. J .
' <KH>D<>C><><><>0 <K><>0 <>0 <>0<KKKK><><><>0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 <K>0 <>IO&OOOOOOOO001
The Borough of Lavaliette, Ocean County, New
V . L A. Entertainment.
W it h th e V . I . A .
Jersey, will receive on
SATUW DAIf, AVOOHT » « » , 1911
The regular business meetings of the
The
V I A is preparing an entert8"1'
nntll is o'clock noon of said clay,sealed proposals
for buildIM a gravel street in the aaul Bor- V. t. A. will be held tbe second Thurs­ ment to be given July 20 at the bom
oneh as follows:
Vance »venae in seal Borough frora ocean day of each month at 3 p. m, at the of Mrs Laura Scbureman on lower
avenue to the railroad tracks, in accordance home of the President, Mise Annie Cow- street. Mrs Bristol of CUvefsek. NY.
with the spcciflcatlorft prepared sy the Born,The right la reserved to, reject any and all
perthwait on Main street
Applications ior specifications afionld he made
Let me figure nn your work— H.
and proposals should be addressed to N. Joseph
Eogleoer, Box 81, LavaMette. N. J.
Sayre, carpenter, Tribune building
an impersonator, will take a lea“1 *
part
Time f Jr Sunday-school picnics
Fimi filo Ü P tè
, EW JE K S E Y C O U R IE R
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brevities
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Salutiti llurnff of PUiladi
C A. AB Ap^NlI C i t i ih it fM
i th* i n k #i)4 «itili M H A ro # )
! Sétutdiy Helor# Judge Bert
U r i T H om m o n n l C rin i
Th# Tom« R ivai Yacht C
w clubhouse «ncloeed, Tb« w a tt* * ! >u« h«i « * . J un0 A fi
od lu id
tien i m i uèet. iirf<t|fq u bi w ihb iw "
tif i i.itn untanti ut tu™
ituv,rnm«ot cbnnatli nnd Ih« club mill - .gì u n , hai tswlbtf, Mrt Ridilli
h«»» hsodsom« «od coey <)u«ii«i«
I
g |»|t n «taltoe agen
' Min Damiette Mutton b u been l i d i P ólli, mió* in tomn Tue «day
wave
mn
«I tan , nu p i
M to c
tO room coït««
jy la«n M Kl
s Forked Rive
«nd buggitt a n d
1
D
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iv#r
ü
.«■boat, furnished.
, Courier Building
>Y wanted
Muai b* on e
r Apply et \Y! DM A 1ER
T uni Rivet
n iEH .
ct pleeeure boat with 16
encinci in good condition.
reasonable! D E V I N E
jiw tlle, N J
dì
)AT (or »ale—one year old
Sol
material; will go cheap
ledi cl I
i f i f u i iD V r ;0
h , Toms
Tnfiu
A B NEWBURY
7
DR rent 10 loot »ail boat, able
Lriroomy. PUH- GRANT, at C R K
38
Cpi
_________
FOR ! L jo foot »neak box; able
Imuroodcondition; r e a s o n a b l e .
mtS a MORRIS. Toma River
38
J’ FOOT motor boat for tale, 2 vears
j Sh p Ferro engine, all overhaulJ. mdthe lull outfit for tala by L T
glSSMACH, T >mt River________ 38
[BiCYCLE repair« by an expertworkunuGrovtrA Son's
Apply DR
p ta
good
•HAS IL L , Island
39-42
[EXPERT bicycle repairer at Grover
'»n't
l WANTED—i pood home for a hound.
Address, E HALLETT, Waretown. N
40
ÌF0K rale—r '-urage for S2000 on
Km pr perty recently sold for $4500
polder is non-resiilent and needs money
pbisba«me-« Six per cent, and gilt
Jdtred Address F, Courier Office. Toms
River
40*
I FOl'N!i
-ui in Mosquito Cove.
(Slier can have s.,me by proving pro_yand ravin; expenses, DANIEL
j OLHEMI < Silvcrton, N J
40
[FRESH iiter always on hand D
pMERY, formerly Benj. Zee farm
43*
[•HE Nat
: Detroit wants local
(lanaver ' • m e n ’s wages against
fi“it, sickness and death. Costs
Oper m-mth. Liberal renewal con.
I to
[
per Y rk ( ;
BALLARD
&
84 William S t ..
41-42
IFOk ; ;
mare 9 years old,
“»'I, kind, i y.ud worker or driver ;
|opehirst.- ,n . agon, double body
»1 ring c.i-, hasn’t been run 50
r*i'se t -iiiyle road harness, new;
set of -ingie work h a r n e s s '
•■■Slit tail tun, skeleton wagon,j. jagii
Fjrsgcin, road cart and sulkey. ali (in
r k! or 1er: --.- il -i poles, hoods, blfitlkF’
Vili be sold cheap, as
I
¡1 VAX NOTE.
«negai X |
Q A V -'H «A# OVAI if<9«M
ifb y fiifiitiy
day
lay. Jr . and wilt of Nv#
L oli
LI.
isg a stay h«r# sitifi
ppafd of Camd#n hat
c h a r*» o l ih « p iaso axhibit to ih# Hunip
1
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M
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M n Charle * H (
been it u f f is 8 M 1
M .» WeiMrsKl.inhar
Mies Keilt 1
returned bur
il.
„i
building
■■under« lM»y bó» returned liom
i’ of imo week» «t J*nnn*lt*. P«
C h irlfi W ind nl l*hil«d#lph|
■àng ai fcHMH #
M n H A S tag lii b ( N tt VnrIr té atop*
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j,
1
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a# y»j
I
G to ftt VasQfttnp ol Point l*!#A*A4
•pati a#varai ifa r t htf# lati )rr#ii
Mr and M n BI«#oo■J traviati
Mt.Sll paih of Burling ion. toao * *uer__of !
hava
vui’ iBtf f-■tktlVM
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ni VÓI:
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ni ha» N tn
Mr« t f é i
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n M i»f
! Wtictt Mill# Iff«
11# 0#Aff# K *tr *>f La#«Mette «tai m
town Friday
•trIH M
rei# bulli fot i t o
W# M I« i UH)
UlA M P H ig«ti li •j»«nding ihr
Mr Hamilton ul HàVW f t u « • n i
ymUf4«)f
I lutnsicf Ahfüd
«itd v lü to r
\Vh«(* ài the i i i t f l
^ P reti?
Pumi ii>cni
i tidofet Rlw#ll I« iMudiof ih« » td
i ¡fusty yesterday
j fit lorda If P fff
At Matittahawftiia
TN# Hin«! H m ««nt
in o th ir Mit
.. atRl
L_« R|««f
u ... m 1i m
H W
f- Kt«Ui»#r i»i iftttttiii H#ii{il i t » A*
Capt. C- F Dossali of Fcri
10 S m S hSa P avIi T ttfè liy is# »isg o *
A î » i uríId# via,(of
«41
a T ovamji tiaUof
Ui« p o v t f b » ! T o d i Htvtf
>d Mrs W Howard Jeflie y
U m Lilli# PillvfCoA ii borna frutti 1 Mr. an
j Vtil tort a i HulgA 4 y
Wlid car tot s»oQi
....................... ..............................
aid# piatti
*1 Caí Machio# will b# it) ,
‘
uipf g a o through 5 Weather has bee
meet per- * M t , ivi ) * lt | ih« bo i
All
For botT h « T. #. Y. C. building oa Ih« rivtr
t f f fU td III ib i
U ri W iflii ma« M iti m m « M«topat.
! gt»uij4Ì«u|Mii p ( iti# l i l t Mr iftd Mn
s H H Ito u fif. i n i in h fi girlhood •(%•(
i r e i Pii
si West
n
rtatting
1« L u n
ai B
tre hen
H, Mr« C W
me tha
t i n t i . Iter
(or.
i Marthe!! ol Philedel
•nd Mt
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een viaiuog Irtendt
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Philadelphia
*r<
«pending
«orni
lim«
The M R S
Ed
«ili hold il« J E Wtet ol Philadelphia w*t« week «na I
lalpl
l>ut«,
her« thi« «teli
piente on Au
io
SHnwett end I
I viti turn end er« very noti itam i tf over
tir. Uiu
end «*•»■.
Mrt. H I»
A ««,'«
Low mere «t A l*I. 3g|M
Alie*
Oram llhg
h«* irvgll
bien ■|gflliliug
•(tending -a Piulad ¡P ita Tu
Mf,
|||| -nil
p IMRIII
Park
Tom i River end u t eurroundingt
Untie Citv Im i meek lo i h lh« B Ikl week milh h»r uncle Langst rati Iron«
bali gante
Capi
id Con 1« uiiing parti«» t
— ---------------------■
.
j t New Heven. Conn
Mise S trili Hye il it visiting ber par­
Ironi Mmargil Pi«i in hit cal ytebt I A T T H E S U R R O G A T E 'S O F F IC E
*"“*
apt W P Kirk it alili confined to j Thtllwrll R . Coggethall. a meli known tnl» Mf. end Mn V John A 11yare,
Mary
who is tloppiog
An es#m oliticd copy of the will of in bad, having been ill tince the first ol Philadelphia educab
friend. Misi Di'
J C .U çt 'lioabas hat laid a aid«i« ilk
i
in toma Mon»
J at Island Heights, w
hn !( CConverse, a Phrledel- he month
th#
late
loi
ti of New Bruiti
in
from
of
th#
s««r
»tor#
is
th#
l
loioD
I
phia millionaire. who wes one of the
Miss M P Horner has been »pending ! day
i house
Congressman Ira W. Wood ac
owners of the Baldwin Locomotive
rdav brother, Edward S- Wuod «
#r«too.
Huckleb •fries arc quoted at frorn ten
Works, ac)d alan waa interested in
heltenham
attended the funeral ol a cousin Albert were in town Monday
0g ot «r iba
1 to fount eri penta a quart in Philiad«U
Beach llav en rea 1 estate, was filed yesCapt. and Mrs. Prank Williams are , Millikan, who died the previous Wed- Wood property at Mlain aod \V ater
! phia ntarkirta
terday
aueeta
i time at Barntgal Inlet inetday
pendingi
copy
of
the
will
of
tbe
W til Riley Applegate )o»i a boeee this
An exem pUfted
*fcïCÜ.
Dr George T C ro c i ;hr *r**'
Mita
Laura
Wood
ii
home
from
late
J
Howard
Williams
of
Toms
River
I
«
“
(«ng
in
,h
**f
houseboat
,
M
1„
u,
U
ra
n
u
w
it
i
b
b
«
week. The boree got into tome parti
mho 'lied in Californ a. w il filed recent- j Mrt Joshua Hilliard ol Mannehewkin j Philadelphia visiting her perente. and lug attended tha State Dental Associgreen and ate it with (aiai ttaulia
‘ , nd her .niece, Mils Ruby Cordery ol i»
bv the three Misses Me- aUun banquet at Asbury P erk , et
Work on the stone bungalow lor Mrs iy
which Governor Wilton wae one of the
Chartes M UnderhiU of Lakewood. Absecon are viiiting Mrs A W Brown
Connell of that city
M. E , Beatty ia progreiitng finely on
speakers
I
mat
on
Monday
appointed
(ad
m
inistra-j
«
Warren
Seamen
and
brother
AndMr<
W
W
Beaumont
and
children
the hill overlooking the river a t Allen
Giemwutih Birdeali and Lloyd Lillie
I* iui
torui
ol iiiv
the «»*■»'
eatale ol M
his
»m»>#«'.
sister. Sarah j J ifriun
#r(olli «er#
Wera visitor»
Vllllor» lor
lor aa »hort
inuri time
um have ________
returned t" Philadelphia alter a
street
\
last week cruised front Toms River to
lied a fort
. . . . Week in
in i«burv
Underhill, who died
lort night ago at ji)(in
Asbury Park
Park and
and Ocean
Ocean weeh «»
at Cedar Drove
Grove with her parent».
parents
Jake Miller the veteran grader, i» in
Beach Haven, and back to Bay Head
Lakewood
I Grove
Mr and Mrs P C Applegate
charge ol the Job of grading Huddy
in a sneak box. Tney were gone from
Mt. Week, ol B rooklyn..n dd .ugh ter | A pari vcon.i.ting of li E W°°«Jn>»n.
Park which mean» it will be a good job I Orange ice is delicious, nd rei resiling.
Tuesday till Saturday
Get it at El well's
have beta stopping at the Ocean house- Harry Stille and Edward Clarke, all inwhen done
Mr* Flora Howell of Bayonne, for­
C. E Lane of this place has taken
merly of Toms River, wae in town Mon­
the Malcolm B Jay pavilion at tba
day front Forked River, where she te
foot of Arnold avenue, Point Pleaiant,
S p e c ia l
spending some time with her sister,
S p e c ia l
lot the summer
Miss Hannah Vaughn
S a le
Troop I. Boy Scout«, made a cruise
S a le
William M. Austin, ton ot Rev. Dr.
Of M i sse 1
to Lavallette last week with Dr Milford
and Mrs. Chailes B. Austin, has accep­
and c h i 1*
Of Val laces
and expect to camp out (or a week on
ted the chair of Greek and Latin in the
dren's hoseand E H g ethe beach soon
in b l a c k ,
mgs, 5c to
Camden High School, and will begin
white
a
n
d
15c
values,
Capt. Thomas Mathis has itken
the new work in September. Last
tan, 25c val­
at
command of hit steam yacht at New
year Mr. Austin taught at Paoli, Pa
ues at
York.w hich he sails for a Pittsburg
2 c and
steel millionaire
1 0 c
Foresters’ First Anniversary
F. Lipschuetz’ Co,
Department Store
S A V E S
Last Friday evening Court Toms R i.
ver. Foresters of America, ran an ex­
cursion to Sea Side Park on the power­
boat Toms River
Walter Wright has taken a job as
chauffeur for Capt. Amos Birdcall of
Philadelphia, who is here with his fam­
ily for the summer
The dredge is on her last lap up the
channel The sand now is being scow,
ed down the river and dumped under
the Spiles Point or Cedar Point
The merrygorouml still grindsout the
nickels on Main street. It does a fine
business on Saturday nights and is (air­
ly well patronized other evenings
Mrs. Royal A Bristol of Claverack, N
Y, who has been visiting Mrs H A Low
gives an entertainment tonignt at the
home of Mrs Laura Schureman for tbe
V IA
Arthur C King iscompleting a hand­
some semi-speed boat at Faunce’s vard
The oralt will be one of the best of its
size and type, and will have powerful
engines
Bay Head came here to play base­
ball Friday and went away with a
score of 110. Still it is safe to say
that Bay Bead was not proud of its
victory
The Cranmer and Rogers grocery in
the Union house opens this week. The
place has been remodeled by A. J.
E - W N C I I A rie lla can be chartered
Harris, big plate glass windows put in
Pievening parties. Terms, S8.00 per
and other changes made
s i , • agreement. Apply IRA
[LAMBER i Toms River
People have become used to walking
PJ íEAKBü X, 14 foot, for sale, with in the road on lower Main street and if
S!..anJ rail Apply JO SEPH GRO- some of the other property owners will
ÏR , To' 1River
41 have new sidewalks laid, the pedes
trians will stand the road awhile long­
IF
SALL-A good work horse.
KA r,- • Lnn two miles east of er
('Us River
41
Saturday was St Swithin’slday and it
was fair and dear. Monday however,
l ^ R R u^ ‘ -T h e Healey Farm. 20
piom-"py- as*1:n=ton St 2 miles east there was almost a cloudburst Evi­
Apply onpremises 41
dently either the rule doesn’t work both
ways, or else the good old saint is los­
^°4halJ ~ 25-f00t ELee<F boat equiping his grip
Q’° engine . Speed 17 miles por hour.
Edward E Snyder, of the Toms River
°Jt and engine in first class condition
Y acht Club, has ordered a powerful en­
¿R iver, X T ' 5' 6- P L G R 0 V E ^ ' gine for his hydroplane, and its trying
out is awaited with interest, as the hy­
^'-CHANGES—F arms "city, subu - droplane is practically an unknown
,P»pertie.1 Write for list. “lePl
Reppirt.
42* model on Bamegat Bay
Ufsn£treet. Brooklyn
Father Linnane, who has tbe church­
«AX Wa
ant.d; good gardener Good es at Toms River, Island Heights and
iv
E°°d wages. Address P O
Cjj-Toms River
42 Lakehurst, is assisted in the summer
time by Father Anthony of Newark,
WRMs
,ai
an(l country homes wanted who has charge of t.be services at Lakesir.- “r fí,e¿ Rnge- Xo sale, no com •
ARENDS: 33th Stteet and hurst and occasionally at Toms River
!^R°ad. SI eepshead Bay N Y 45*
Rev. Henry M. Lawrence of Trenton,
*R l w
son of Rev A. Lawrence, a former pas­
familv te'? -°-r Eenerai housework ;
tor here, will preach in the M. E.
l et'W s REedrreSS 325 WashinSt5î»
37 church on Sunday neat, all Jay, exchangWa
anted
!
Rev. Leon Chamberlain, who
¿ - ‘-'—young
man to do special m g with
’
will preach for Mr Lawreuee in Tren­
IthȎm anent position, good nay.
•nee fc
1Pera-»Ceii0r advancement. Must be
- -• !s ' 'hc
hen est and energetic Ad- ton
lJ' "Ä
Manager, care General Deby
Concert at ElweB’sSaturday evening
Don’t forget the date and the place
*?.RSE
fo rSale -. w • years old. good j
,
«..„i
Going to give a dinner party—Get
Toms River WM CHAM BER'
Elwell’s Brick ice cream
43*
YOU
MONEIY
T O M S R I V E R , N . J.
8 c
After a season*» selling, we naturally find some mistakes
we have made in buying too much, hence these
reductions for quick selling. Newest styles and
and all first-class goods; no seconds or job lots.
Women's Latest Styles in
Shirt Waists
Made of fine lawn and batiste; some have
front of all-over embroidery, others with
yokes ot val, trimmed with cluny
lace and embroidery.
i '*•; s e ju a re n e c k w a is ts ,w ith »hort slesvesa
u
i-5 °
1-75 “
2.50 lace collar
2.00 “
«
I.50 «
«
I.25 U
44
a
44
<(
44
44
44
4<
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
.89
.98
1.39
1.39
1.19
.9 8
Men's Straw Hats Reduced
to just One-half.
All this season’s styles.
.50
.75
1 .0 0
i.2 5
1.00 straw hats, now
*•5°
2.00
250
‘ “
‘
“ “
“
“
“
“
Men’s and Boys’ Clothing
Reduced to clean up.
1 3 .5 0
18.00 men’s suits, now
15.00
“
“
“
12.00
“
“
‘‘
6.00 boys’ knee suits, now
5.00
‘
“
u
“
4.00
‘
“
*•
12.00
9 .5 0
4 .5 0
3 .7 5
3 .0 0
‘‘
Sharp Reductions on Men’s and Women’s Pumps and
Oxfords in Gun Metal, Patent Colt Skin and Tan Calfskin
4.00 men’s walkover oxlords, now
3.00 “
wehr well
2.50 “
patent colt only
“
2 .9 8
2 .5 0
1.98
Women's Tan Linen Suits
At reduced prices.
Well tailored coat with mannish collar, skirt
gored with panel effect.
6.00 linen suits, now
3 .9 8
Women’s Bathing Suits
That were 3.00, now
1 .9 8
Girls’ bathing suits that were 2.50, ages 6 to
16 . now
Girls’ 2.00 suits,/how
1.50
1.3 9
3 .0 0 women’s strap pumps and oxfords
2 .0 0
*
“
“
1
£’
3.5°
“
“
‘
“
2 .5 0
1 ,5 0
1.25
Women’s Tan Linen Long
Double Breasted Coats
With collar and cuffs of same, some
with mannish collar or sailor coll.'t’ .
5.00 linen coats, now
3 .5 0
4.00 “
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2 .7 5
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StandardPure FoodGroceries
At low prices.
New pack 1911 June peas
Pure leaf lard
Pure tub creamery butter
3 large cans Borden’s milk
Mason’s fruit jars
1 2 c
1 2 c
30c
2 5 c
6 0 c dt z.
CO. DEPARTMENT STORE
Court Toms River, No 170 Foresters
of America, celebrated its first anni 'ersary on Tuesday evening last in the
courtroom. Courier building. There
were present a large gathering, many
of whom were ladies, and a good time
was had by all Among the visitora
were National and State officers as fol­
lows: Past Supreme Chief Ranger, John
F. Kelly ot Jersey C ity; Past Grand Chief
Rangers Philip J Sehotiand of Newark,
Andrew D Mason r>f Patterson, J D
Sonnebend of Newark; Grand Secretary
W L J Jobesof Jersey City: supervising
deputy Grant Johnson of Highlands.
Monmouth county, and others. One of
the visitors was Joseph Zuckerman of
Lakewood, who organized the court
The entertainment included selections
by an orchestra consisting of ^Irs Tripp
and L S Hansen violins; MissAda Ilan.
sen, piano; Dr R R Jones, viol; J J
Vjnders, flute; Mr Tripp, cornet, E C
Lane clarinet. There were addresses
by the visitors and also by Chief Ranger
Harry Toner, who told of the growth of
the court from thirty to eighty in, one
year Mrs Arthur C. King sang several
solos, and a quartette consisting of P S
Bailey , Collin Applegate, S. Ravmond
Yates and Theodore Fischer’ gave sev­
eral selections Refreshments weie
served during the evening.
1 he court has had a most successful
career in its short history. There are
nnv several applicationi for member­
ship. The new piano, won in the Fourth
of July contest, was used and much ad­
mired
LA K EH U R S T
E F Larrabee so’d a new Buick c,
to Ira Murray last week
Wm Hartman was in Brooklyn ai
Long Branch, Thursday and Fridi
last
Tile School Board is advertising ft
bids on painting thesehool house insii
aud out
Mrs Simpkins of Lakewood, visits
Mrs S J Carr Tuesday
Mis' Ray Carr is visiting at Lor
Branch
Daniel S Kelly of Perth Amboy
visiting Mrs Irving Brower
ISLAND HEIGHTS
A large number of girls from the
Wanamaker stores are stopping at tbej
Barracks; and a t the Springs there are
a number of the Girls Friendly Society
enioying on outing from the city
E Freeman, of Philadelphia, who
summers at Island Heights, has his big
power yacht Doushka in commission*
Mr Freeman’s favorite outing is a trip
to Atlantic City and back, going down
one dav and back the next. . The
Doushka is one of the bigger boats of
the Island Heights fleet
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tlAt « b a t folk* coll • Oortyf U h
thl» otML inaila m." Ho osplattiod. itmw
Iftg ti!» ovrtt f+nttt Ih*Ii Imi bla b*rk
“Yeo. I thlnk so. Aa «eli a» I can
irtucmbvr lt waa llki> thst I ni armiti
I tlldtt’t do lt any g o o è l.y tny tura
diluì
I had to clut<-b lt qak-k. aud
l'm «tir« I brut thè brilli, to aay notti
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fmm I ho re
f»MM thot oil
“1 I bought a heap of my young mitress.“ bo added la rtld rh t apology r.
this display o f what »itch men cn
wwtkneaa. “1 didn't know that It trn
In mo to cry for anything, t*ot f fin*!
that I can cry for h e r”
lletfo rd left bis window, and S w w
water attd from bta. Next minute t b e
met at tbe stable door.
"Had luck?” whispered the local of
lf*#tl
». Ansi pica, ami
Ik* «Ad III
(hai waa tur ber nume.
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IÍM
"Kllaa Stmroooa," waa tb* »tralght
Cirmci to y
nclafh stoios that
hto ttng%grt, nt ring ms not on Ado* forward reply, and Ibi* en fiti tbe latoldo s fln«or »m
round hor body. tervlew
Tho dubhouh vlfl#
It v a i robbod tho
Street water weot on up thè h lll
BlfftU of I ho nurdor
Towartl thè top he carne tipon a llvery
Bontlifti o Hot that i
I dorby hat tnd with c
alatile Htnnptng tu hi» p w l hnmofed
up drovf i t i r from tho
way. he entered loto talk wlth a man
oo ho roochod thoro, but
sta tho
lettering Inside tbe gres! door. itethat thl« *roo
fore he left hlm he bad aaked hlra
It i n all to ridiculous to f i e * ot tbeee questiona:
tbt* «oman'» quiet Intelligence that
“Any gray bora# In forra7"
be laughed at bta own word», sod (hi»
“Tea. ooe. It belonga to a retpecfaIs-jg liter. echoed by the child and Id t> ie'fam ltj
Tbere'a a fonerai tbeee
another lnatant by the mother, made today"ev erythin; an pleasant for the moment
“Not Mina OuniNwIatid'«!” exclaimthat abe luaenalbly drew back while A Sweetwal if. all agog In • UKiine.lL
be pulled open the p it a only remark'
“Yea. Min. Cumberland’s “
tug as shs led the way Is:
The next torn Pmeet water took vena
"1 waa looking for tny husband II* fw s r d tbe handsome residence die
may come any minute, and I’m afraid trlct crowning the b ill
be w ont care much absut contrivance»
Fifteen minutes later ha stood In a
to aave me work—that la. if they coat finely wood.-d street before an open
eery much."
gateway guarded by a policeman.
Sweetwater, whose hand waa In bta Showing hi* badge, he paused In and
pocket, drew It hastily o u t
entered a long and slightly curved
“You were watching for your bua- driveway
A* he did ao he took a
band ? Do you often stand in the open glance at the house. It waa not aa pre­
doorway looking for him?”
tention» a* he expected, but Infinitely
U er surprised eyes met bis with a more Inviting.
atare that would have embarrassed tbe
The ceremonlea bad been set for 3
moat venturesome book agent, but this o’clock, and It was now half past 2
man waa of another Ilk.
As Sweetwater reached the head of
" I f you do.” he went on Imperturb­ the driveway he saw the first of a
ably. “how much 1 would give if you long file of carriages approaching up
had been standing there last Tuesday the street
night when a certain cutter and horse
“L ucky'that my business takes mo
went by on Its way up the hlll.”
to the stable.” thought he. “What is
She waa a self contained woman, tbe coachman's name? 1 ought to re­
this wife of a master mechanic In one member i t Ah! Zadok—Zadok Brown
of the great shops nnrd by, but her There’s a combination for you!”
Jaw fell at this, and she forgot to
He had reached this point In his
chide or resist her child when be be­ soliloquy—a bad habit of his. for It
gan to pnll her toward the open kitch­ sometimes took’ audible expression—
en door.
when he ran against another police­
“You were looking out,” ventured man set to guard the side door. A
Sweetwater. “And you did see that moment’s parley and he left this man
horse and cutter. What luck! It may behind, but not before he had noted
save a man's life.”
this door and tho wide and hospitable
“Save!” abe repeated, staggering back veranda which separated It from the
a few steps and dragging the child driveway.
with her. "Save a man’s life! What
“I am willing to go all odds that 1
do you mean by that?”
shall find that veranda the most In“Not much If It was any cutter and terestlng part of the house,” he re­
any horse and at any bonr. B at If It marked In quiet conviction to himself
was tbe horse and cutter which left the as he noted Its nearness to the stable
Whispering Pines at 10 or half past 10 and the ease with which one could
that night then It may mean life or step from It into u vehicle passing
death to the man now In Jail under down the driveway.
the dreadful charge of murder.”
It had another point of Interest, or.
C. tchlng up her child, she slid Into rather, the wing had to which It was
the kitchen and sat down with It In attached. As his eye traveled back
the firsj chair she came to. Sweetwa­ across this wing In his lively walk
ter, following her, took up his stand In toward the stable he caught a pass
the doorway, unobtrusive, but patient­ ing glimpse of a nurse's face aud fig­
ly waiting for her to speak.
ure in one of its upper windows.
“Who are you?” she asked at length.
Once around the corner, he perceiv­
“‘You have not told me your real busi­
ed that the stable door was closed,
ness.“
(
but that a window well up the garden
“1 am n detective on the lookout for
side was open
Encountering no
evidence in the case I have ju st menwatchful eee he stepped np to the
tlor.fd
T have a theory ‘.hat a most
stable window und peered la.
Important witness in the same drove
A man sat with his back to him pol­
by here at the hour and on the night I
have named. I want to substantiate ishing a bit of harness. This was prob­
ably Zadok, the coachman. Sweetwa­
that theory. Can you help me?”
“I can help you some. You make It ter suddenly experienced a momenta­
my duty, and 1 have never shrunk ry confusion by observing the hend
from duty. A horse and cutter did and shoulders of Policeman Hexford
go by here on Its way uphill last Tues­ leaning toward him from an opposite
day night at about 11 o’clock. 1 re­ window—in much the same fashion
member the hour because I was ex­ and certainly with exactly the same
pecting my husband every minute, just Intent as himself. As their glances
as I am now He had some extra work crossed both flushed and drew back,
on hand that night which he expected only to return again, each to his severto detain him till 11 or a quarter after.
Supper was to be ready at a quarter
after. I heard the clock strike the
hour and ran to tbe front door to
look out. It was snowing very hard,
and the road looked white and empty,
but as I stood there a horse and cutter
came in sight, which, as it reached the
gate, drew up In a great burry as If
something was the matter.
Fright­
ened, because I ’m always thinking of
barm to my husband, whose work Is
very dangerous, I ran out bareheaded
to the gate, when I saw why the man
In the sleigh was making me such wild
gestures. His hat had blown off and
was lying close up against the fence iu
front of me. Anxious always to oblige,
I made haste to snatch at It and carry
it out to its owner, i received a s o r t ,
of thank you and would never have re-1
membered the occurrence If It had not
been for that murder and If”—she
paused d ou btfu lly-“lf I had not rec­
ognized tbe horse.”
“Didn't you recognize the man?”
“No. The snow was blinding; be­
sides, he wore a high collar. In which
Ms head was sunk down almost out
of bight.”
"B u t the horse”—
“W as one which is often driven by
here. Ask atly one on the hill In what
amble you can find a gray horse with
a large black spot on his left shoulder.
Now 1 must disb up my dinner.’’
^ARKî P “was
thx hat hike this
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“He** right“ mattered Hexford.
“Welle.) M the Tel to w »t. fie«, s m of
the «.»aw *| beckoning to him.”
“tie »hall go end welcome I f bo wilt
toll me where be gota hie taste far
this eaperlxl brand of whisky.”
Sweetwater bad mateed to the caphoard and take« down the lower hr, If
of the broken bottle which had ah
ut Kl
Ml
■I le
B
it the dr
Hexford waa at hta shoulder with a
•pring. and together they Inaperted
the label still sticking to It. which
eras that o f tho very rare and expen­
sive iptrit found missing from tho
clubhouse vault
“Thl» la a find.” mattered Hexford
Into his fellow detective's ear. Then,
with a quick more toward Zadok. be
shouted out“You'd better answer that question.
“Enough to bring me here,” acknow
Where did tkte bit of broken bottle
edged tbe other.
“Do yon mean to (Ms boose or to come from? They don’t give you
whisky like tbta to drink."
ltd» s ta b le r
■That they don’t ." muttered the
“To this stab le "
“Ilav e yon beard that tbe b o n a wa- coachman, not so mocb abashed aa
they had expected. "And I wouldn’t
om that night i
care for tt If they did I found that
“Tea: she waa o u t”
bit o f bottle In the aeh barret on table
“Who driving?"
and fished It out to pat varnish In. I
“Ah. that** tto question r
liked tke shape."
"This man can’t tell yon.”
“Brnkoc this wtyT*
“But I'm going to Calk Co him for all
“Yea; It’s J u t aa good.”
that.”
“I* It?
Well, never mind; run
“lie wasn't here that night. He wa* «long. We'll cloee the stable door for
at a dance. He only knows that tbe you."
mare was o u t"
“I'd rather do lt myself and carry
“But I'm going to talk to him."
In tho key."
“May 1 come In too? I’ll not Inter­
“Here, then. We’re going to the
rupt
1 ‘va ju st fifteen minute» to funeral too. Ton'd like to?" This
spare."
latter In ■ whisper to Sweetwater.
Hexford threw open tbe stable door,
The answer was a fervent one.
aud they both walked iu. Tbe coach Nullilng Iu all Uiu world would please
mar. was not risible, but they couM this protean natured man quite so
bear him moving above, grumbling to well.
himself.
‘i 'l l be down In a minute," be called
CH APTER V III.
out aa their steps sounded on tbe hard
“LQ.A—LILA1"
wood floor.
E T us enter by tho sldo door,"
Hexford sauntered over to tbe stalls
auggested Sweetwater as the
Sweetwater stopped near the doorway
two moved toward the house.
and glanced very carefully about him.
“And be sure yon place me
Nothing seemed to escupe his eye. lie where I can see without being seen.
even took the trouble to peer Into a I have no wish to attract attedtion to
waste bln and was Just on the point of myself or to be Identified with Uiu po­
lifting down a bit of broken bottle lice until the necessity Is forced upon
from an open cupboard when Brown me.”
appeared dressed In his Sunday coat
"Then we won’t go In together," de­
and carrying a bnneb o f fresh hot­ cided Hexford. “Find your own place;
house roses.
you won't have any difficulty.
A
“Who’s that man?” ho grunted to crowd Isn’t expected. Hiss Cumber­
Hexford.
land’s condition forbids I t ”
“Another o f ns,” replied nexford.
Sweetwater nodded and slid In at
with a shrug. "W e're both rather In­ the side door. He found himself at
terested In this gray horse."
once In a narrow hall, from the end
"Wouldn’t another time do?" plead of which opened a largo room. A few
ed the coachman, looking gravely people were to be seen In this latter
down at the flowers he held, ' i t ’s place, and his first Instinct was to
most timo tor the funeral, and I don't Join them; but, finding that a few min­
feel like talking, Indeed I don't, gen­ utes yet remained before the hour act
for the services, he decided to Im­
tlemen.”
His distress was so genuine that Hex prove them hy a rapid glance about
ford was Inclined to let him go, but this hall, which, for certain reasons
Sweetwater with a cock of his keen hardly ns yet formulated in his own
eye put in hi« word and held tbe mind, had n peculiar interest for him.
The most Important object within
coachman where he was.
"The old gai a telling me nil about view, according to his present Judg­
it,” muttered this sly. adaptable fellow ment. was the staircase which con­
lie had sidled up to the mare and their nected lt with the floor above, but If
heads were certniuly very close to you had asked his reason for this con­
getlier. “Not touch her? See hero!" clusion he would not have told you.
.Sweetwater had his arm round the ns Knnelngl) might have done, that lt
filly’s neck and was looking straight was because it was the most direct and
iuto her fiery and intelligent eye convenient approach to Carmel Cum­
’ “Shall I pnss her story on?" he asked, berland’s room. His notice led him
with a magnetic smile nt the astonish­ next to a rack upon which hung sev­
ed coachman.
eral coats and a gentleman's hat.
He inspected the former and noted
“You'll oblige me i f you can put her
knowledge into words." the mnn Zn- that one was finished with a high col­
dok declared, with one fascinated eye lar, but he passed the latter by—It was
on the horse and the other ou the not a derby. The table stood next
house where he evidently felt that his the rack, and on its top lay nothing
presence was wanted. “She was out more interesting than a clothesbrush
that night, and 1 know it, as any and one or two other insignificunt ob­
coachman would know who doesn't jects; but, with Ms memory for de­
come homo stone drunk. But where tails, he had recalled the keys which
she was and who took her, get her to one of the maids had picked up some­
tell if you eon. for I don’t know no where about this bouse and laid on a
more’u the dead.”
hall table. If this were the hall and
“The dead!” hashed out Sweetwater this the table, then was every Inch of
wheeling suddenly about and pointing the latter’s simple cloth covered top of
straight through the open stable door the greatest importance In his eyes.
toward the house' where the young
He had no further time for even
mistress the old servant mourned lay these cursory investigations. Hexford’s
in her funeral casket. “Do you mean step could be heard on the veranda,
her—tho lady who is about to be and Sweetwater was anxious to locate
buried? Could she tell if her lips himself before the officer came In. En­
were not sealed by a murderer’s hand?” tering the room before him, ho crossed
“She!” The word came low and awe­ to the small group clustered in its
somely. Rude and uncultured as the farther doorway. There were several
man was, he seemed to be strangely empty chairs in sight, but he passed
affected by this unexpected suggestion. urouuu them all to a dark and Incon­
“I haven’t the wit to answer that,” spicuous corner from which without
said he. “How can we tell what she effort ho could take in every room on
knew? The man who killed her is in that floor—from the large parlor in
Jail. He might talk to some purpose. which the casket stood to the remotest
Why don’t you question him?"
region of the servants’ hail.
“For a very good reason,” replied
The clergyman had not yet descend­
Sweetwater, with an easy good nature ed, and Sweetwater had time to ob­
that was very reassuring. “He was serve the row of little girls sitting In
arrested on the spot, so that it wasn't front of the bearers, each with a small
he who drove this mare home, unhar­ cluster of white flowers In her hand
nessed her, put her back in her stall, —Miss Cumberland’s Sunday school
locked the stable door and hung up class, he conjectured, and conjectured
. the key in its place in the kitchen rightly. He also perceived that some
Somebody else did t h a t”
of these children loved her. His eyes
“That's true enough, and what dons dwelt lingeringly on these before pass­
It show? That the mare was out on ing to that heaped up mouyid of flow­
some other errand than tbe one which ers under which lay a murdered body
ended iu blued and murder," was the and a braised heart. He could not see
coachman's unexpected retort.
the face, but tbe spectacle was suffi­
“Is that so?” whispered Sweetwater ciently a w compelling without that.
into the mare’s cocked ear. "She’s Would lt have seemed yet more so had
he known a.t whose request tho huge
tfl
"Break
Ireak It iqwn. j H t, ..
and iere If hre hrer,
we* too ax__
It wea
end cM iatvi u * ,„ i
dashed away ¡nt th„ •m.-tbomt cria» »ad »
In yam the denm e«*
.
end had* then, re .:« ., ,T .
the rooms were «»p
fore he had QnUlrfd ku *
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boot« to d « «mart, hrtfftlt rjrwl gift
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with ft resolute fòotlth noflvoid bjr iq
Cw t t i i S
ItiibilNit (limpie. Orbo «truck flirt» .*•
pffuHMHitflg M*vfiptit fo ttit «od toma
aa tarai fltra n m « , a s in to in o «
«ad i gir! to Uik to waa tifai lu*uu*
Going io build P c
tan?u(U jttdf uMNit.
H. K 8evre ufi.c,
Durine ib# w r b t f 8 w«o(w«tor
ttrtvt
found hUnaHf ««(rtdng, *rlfh «ut*
tou» curliudrjr, iko altitude and ab
•orbwl ftip rft—Ion of « good Poking
young man whom ho w y fur from
«U»t**Ttlu| (o Im (ho d otv l fO(»i*««ot*t*(a*
live of the preaetil eusperL whom no­
P tu m h h ia , Th
' "if <«««|
body could forget, yet whom nobnqy
l i r a * h i',
wUbvd to retncuiber at this bellowed
ftfMIt i l lI ) ttdr-fet
hour
Had this atlHndo and this absorp­ M m riilngU .n lit.,
f o * ,,
tion been directed toward the casket
over which tbe clergyman'« words
roee and fell with ever Increasing In»
preealrene«« he might hare noted tke
man. but would scarcely bare been
held by him. But this Interest, sin­
cere and strong aa It undoubtedly was.
centered not ao much In the service«,
careful aa be was to maintain a de­
I nauranee Policy l r o m « M
corous attitude toward tbe same, hut
In tbe faint murmur» which now and
then came down from above, where
unconsciousness reigned and the
stricken brother watched over the de­
lirious sister with a concentration
and abandonment to fear which made
him oblivion« of all other dattae and
almost aa unconscious o f the fit«*
E. S.VanNOSTRANI
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WHAT?
iu valúa inegtimaltie
,¡1
s C. BAILEY
Fire
Life
Accident
Tornado ,
then beta» held below over eoe who
had been aa a mother to him aa tbe
sick girl herself, with her ceaseless
the
e ad ial
and importunate "LIla, Lila I” The Representing
detective, watching this preoccupied American and Foreign CoJ
stranger, shared In some measure his
secret emotions and thus was pre­ ¡■anion
pared tor the unexpected occurrence
The Greatest Security
of a few minutes later.
The final words had been said and
Established 1874
the friends present Invited to look
their last on tbe calm face which to
many there had never worn ao sweet
a smile in life. Borne had hesitated,
but most had obeyed tbe summons,
T h o s . W a lla c e
Soi]
among them Sweetwater. But be had
not much time in which to fix those
features In his mind, tor tbe little
F u n e r a l D e sig n s a Special«
girls, who had been waiting patiently
P l a n t s a n d Cut Flower« j
for this moment, now came forward,
OHKKafllOVSKSt WINDSOR PKfi
and he stepped aside to watch them
L S I,A N I* HEIUHT 8
as they filed by, dropping as they did
so a tribute of frugrniw flowers upon
the quiet breast. They wero followed
by the servants, among whom Zadok
had divided his roses. As the last
cluster fell from tbe coachman’s trem
tiling hand the undertaker advanced
IKON WORK
with the ltd and, pausing a moment Irou« Blacksmith Shop» «I mi •( l|
to be sure that all were satisfied, be­
V m H I m HuU.it>»«.
gan to screw lt on.
T O M HI VICK
Suddenly there was a cry, and th»
Job 1*1a« promptly atteudfdlt
crowd nbou’ the door leading Into the
main hall started back as wild steps
were heard on the stairs and a young *<
man rushed Into the room.
“Take lt off!” he cried, pointing at
tbe ltd which had ju st been fastened
down. “I have not seen her! I must
sec her! Take it off!”
It was tho brother, awake at last to
Tboae dull, hoavj hcirtacties tnat so ie«|
the significance of the hour!
women guffer with. They may
The clergyman, aghast nt the sacri­
roroe from eye stmii. 9ii per cent of Im I
legious look and ton© of the Intruder,
aches are directly caused from iiefeiwj
visionstepped buck, raising one arm in re­
Let us give you a carefn l exawmatloa W j
monstrance and Instinctively shielding
of charge aiu we will tell you if year ejr^
the casket with the other. But the
aro the cause of the trouble.
undertaker saw In the frenzied eye
fixed upon Ms own that which warned
1
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FLORISTS
MARTIN BRAND?
Plumber iiS r" 8“‘
Oh, Those Hendac!
1
Stiles & Co.,
Philadelphia Lye S p ecialisti!
at Cowperthwait Sxchat|
, Saturday, August S
fiUDKS: 8 . 0 0 a.m. till 1 2 . 0 0 '»'
FR EE EXAMINATION
*cSfi:
Va s Cj
“TAKE IT
off! "
HE CRIED.
JOHN W. LEWIS
Practical ♦ PLC^Bij
Gas and Hot Wflter Fit­
him to comply with the request thus
ters, Steam Fitting and
harshly and peremptorily uttered. Un­
screwing tho lid, he made way for tho
Hot Air Heating,Tin and
intruder, who, drawing near, pushed
Sheet
Iron Workers
aside the roses which had fallen on
the upturned face, and, laying his Jobbing prom ptly attended to
hand on the brow, muttered a few low
21 Washington
words to himself. Then he withdrew
his band, and, without glancing to
TO M S R IV E R
right or left, staggered back to the
door amid a hush as unbroken as th a t
which reigned behind him In that open
casket.
Another moment and his
I am ready to shoe your norse or oof°
white, haggard face and disordered
Jobbing and new work.
figure would be blotted from sight by
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALI»
the door jamb.
AUwont guaranteed U,
The minister recovered his poise and
the bearers their breath. The men
Water «treet »hop,
roil# * IT ^
stirred In their seats and the women
began to cast frightened looks at each
=*=
other and then at the children, some
o f whom had begun to whimper, when
In an instant all were struck again
CIVIL ENGINEER
Into stone. The young man had turn­
ed amj was facing them all, with hi#
SURVtVOR
hands held out in a clinch which In
Itself was horrible.
COX BLDG., TOMS PJYEK'N’j j
“I f they let the man go,” he called
out in loud and threatening tones, “I
will strangle him with these two
hands!”
The word and not the shriek which !
burst Irrepressibly from more than one '
The car that ttiakos K*of
woman before him brought him t o !
Send for booklet^
himself. < With ft ghastly leek en his
bloated features he scanned for one
L a k e h it r s t , >• ^
moment the row of deeply shocked
faces before him, then tottered back
8
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W ht»t iittn b tf ftßt« cimi * r « (hai • d
THEO J R BROWN.
•Her#», 01 ¡4 0 , «OiiellOt lid i M W I f O »
ta (IM l » M inyMarM» of Mn»
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oM.poh 0»d U potai». M
V Moaadiiuatr while there It aaama
W e woo the deity of 4 rea me
And wander for wh*le (eking reel
To Che "fair (»landa of the bleat."
'
I) AVID A
j T h t tm i pfM cbtf« i b i i eg» be had will
! prenrh al thr camp Th»« cgmp will !>*
jiu fio n tb t uld liahiuBfd lin ti. Noihmg
*add on th t Sabbrnb on iba u m u
l ground No oulatd« atanda arr all«*wtd
«round ih® camp ground.
VEKDEH
Don't forget the Date*
From Augutt 6 to 15
MjUc'tTtIH IN CNA NCIRT
I I , ,^ i. •» M i l gad pouiM »Ort* I Ita plliowa thaw of tweet content.
Forgwifutnc»* with reat ta blent
*\ • i r <u I PN pM
Ol KTlS IU * « l* fc
I
There looeetied are the captive # chalaftk
The alava hi* freedom there regain».
And f’Ytr «luce the world began
.KOAl) T lSK TABLES
u l
Bfgtnntttg no tstiodftjf, Augotl Oih
loauag umil Tatftday, Augunt I Hh
VTTOMMY I T U l *
'*•*" • Mi «nd ! k n à fancy trade through flowery fMda.
SEA SO N
W aretown, N. J .
c o n f u ta a o t t P i M . M il* o rm u T
Tong k i r u , ». *.
oortol ottoni wo g i m lotWk
No OM Mould c b *n g , * U J of d o n
Or o rca M n * for kingly « o n
■IMP elooM light lb» gnlM a t MM
THE
IVtSl b i bci«J i t
»My. Monty PaMe.
Tift there the Iron ©f angutah yield«
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T o n i R ifflf* w J
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4P N f
AOi M i f t n i
1 a iMlftipima I fe ltr i N f |w!>!»— apftiiwcftf#
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4
For Sale
SaltMeadow
N m i i v n . *. i.
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l u t i n , Ar*htf*c
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80 Acres
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DESIRABLE SEVEN ROOM C0n » 0E ^ ”
IIVIH» ■tTLDINQ. W AT*« «TNIKT
ISAM, RIVKR. N. J .
I *««ior
in Charge
J . E. Horner,
*HDTS k FISCHER
A friend to every friend lata man—
IEWJERSEY CENTRAL
.AVS TOM» « I V I «
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PROPOSALS
-----BARBERS-----
A harbor where we anchor cnat
rnmtudful of grief« herrett btaftt.
Where toil la atfiw of fear and dread
—Brooklyn Eagle.
R EM EM BER IN G .
T^Alt hance In the Infinite alienee
■F How we »hall learn
forget,
Know and be known and remember
Only the name of regret!
In that ample quiet.
SOWN
We ahall break »heath and climb.
Beetle of a »ingle Anatre
In the heart of th% apple time.
WtTK «hall grow wise aa the flower*
▼Y And know what the bluebird* ftlng
When the hand* of the grasses unravel
The wir ! In the hollow» of »prtng
A
ND out of the breathless summer
The aapen leaves will «tir
At your low aweet laugh to remember
The imperfect things w© were.
-B liss Carman.
O ppo » i t r t n * O cean H o m i
r
tltsüifs h o ra n t
Toiwomfti A r t iit ,
U T44
POLlU \ * 0 UILLIftHD TA ULK*
’owpemwan gxrftalica. Main att«et
. m «»verf day (eseev»> HuBdayifron ft.0ft ». b»
I r f ».a«.; *a*«Maya, fron* » * .m . I© ft to tnmn»
oagflar» uii H m.
HOWARD JEFFR E Y '
w
A t io r k ïy -
.
COCRIIB BCILDISa,
Coilectioiia,
at-
L
aw
TOMS «IV IR, R J
coatiutMtuoer of Doc»U,
I mi hi/ Uidi f-> -lrKinint.
Betrrhea aud Legat Paper«
ifliitas* ’ »nto f »« fro t» mOftQftt)
Promptly atteadatl io
irpt i i-n- «ill niarth ar*»* lying
iiultA r iwruicy Townaalp. Own*
jd down i*o •«•Mftio map* now o» file In
of «he|nani of Health at Bavvlli» il
T\R. MILFORD
i*tvp to t tiracrlnefl a* follow*:
oi un»w»milHero»how of Toma KiT*r
iMUtiii i«w th«* nuimaud. »stand ng
D E N T IS T
m «»id «jwr *o Hornegat Ba«. ih#«»
»:«i» m<i «»>TU«rlj aloof the wetiern
Hours:
8
to
u a. m . I to 4 p. m.
onMit. R.) ai.*1 along It» ran«a»
i fo<leo:ax)ou'» io tti** nooillftni boannary
Union
House,
Main Street
nfcflip»* (. .lar rreek; and ai«o a’ong
rift» which extend from th® high* R u ts between TomsRiver. Pine Beach,
Tom
s
R
iv
er,
N. J .
r m*uiiTsh to said Barnegat Hay, a»
a»lit* D
iAik i i xitjnda; loclualngamong Island Heights. O cjir. O .te »nd Sea
1« Mih shiuea of Potter’* and Clam Side Park, Leaving Huddy Park V\harf
;iioltfimor.hern tiaok of Cedar «’reeh; Opposite C. R. R Depot, Toms River
M. W I L L I A M S
litflwn on aaM map* and extending In
Dealer In
from:he Ahor*»■ f tne bar. «©»eft and
e *ns Juu* i. of the inarah with the
irslotl’f.i and win be received by the
EASTW A RD
iNi»t in.
in ihe Htate BxneslmeiJt
iUiuk ar New Uruuiwick, New Jersey.
ft.»'» A. M.
i1
ip«*ned at aald office at (ft Leave Tom* Rlv©*
Repairing Neatly Done at Loweat Price.
*.45
i
Hu** lJrac'b
f'UT . ;i‘ i n. -uguit 3d. 1911.
9 IM
9.0»
B E S T OAK L E A T H K R U SED
in* mu »nMalned on application
Iahtml Haight*
9.10
ft.!*
Ocean oat**
r
• ! rn-ipa showing the area to
S in g le t o n B u ild in g
9.4Ü
2.4ft
in** i.e exaralued at hi» Arrive >ea dhte I ' M
M a in S t.
T o m s R iv e r , N. J
i . vn ^ lav tierwoei tne hour* of
T M., ,i , i i soar, the office ot the
W E ST W A R D
•* meutioned.
Ì lUUst lip i c l an fdCh and must Leave tì**» «hl» P*rk
in,*» A. M 4 .4ft y . m r i i O . S . E . » J . V D Y K E , J r
5 !•'
P*JI»CI - vim the lertnirementH of
11.‘ift
Oc eau *»ate
of tup ; WS ».f 1907.
A8*1
11 'ft
Island He'Ultra
B.4ft
11
lift
" i ’\ n. SMITH
ine detfh
fl.BO
11.41»
Executive Officer.
Arrive Toui* River
colian, Horat Clothing,Turf and Hportiug Oooi
r a te of fa rf.
Repairing Neatly Done
Hound Trip Stogie Oor. Mam and Washington 8ri, TON«* ft*IV55ll
Also 1090*1099 Frankford Ave. Fhlladplniiia
Toma Riv°r or Pine »tendi
2»'C
and Sea Side-rark
. Bi c
I5C
Tiîand ftelffht.H and *ea SLle Park 2Bc
1
Ü
C
Wo
Ocean Gate and *ea Sid- Park
Ooean ‘-are and Toms Hiver
OF
yr*o
ÎUC
ami Pine Beach
IOC
Wc
Marni Heights and ^oms River
IOC
15
c
island Heights and Pine Beach
Power.1‘
Boat
Toms River”
T IM E T A B L E
SHOES
Saddles, Harness*
’DBLICSALE
DIAMONDS
REAL ESTATE
J . N. LANE, Captain
•Mr i. "i au order of the Orphan»* Court, of
"’f Ocean made on tne third ufty of
l niiu e'li ' iiinired and eleven, ¿he sub.
her. t . administrator of Edwin Morey deled. tv ii Hit* eigntli day of August, uiue*
» kamt ed and fUven, at two o’clock iu the
Tscion 3* said day, at th<* Oc£,au House, in
isHive“•U'-’ean County. New Jers°y, sell at
adjourned
SH ER IF F ’S SALE
10VPD'U'*d mat tractor laud and premises,
•Wter
tlescrlbed, situate, lying
i being liirticu'-irly
in the image of Manchester, iu the
ftn'yorI'»win
and state of New Jersey, on the
Hilde MPin*» street In said village, begin* UW o-clocK lo the afternoon, Hereb? iuud» a 1I « a tioinr in the northerly line of Pine
lnI lbe lumdred ami fifty feet, easterly
•nrih**w corner of Lake and Pine
running northerly at right angles
»'n* hundred and fifty feet: th-wice
r«i!f*l to Pme street fifty feet: thence
I«1’:*'
lulW to the u m line arid at rigid, an
Tito
■street one hundred and fifty feet to
flS'iribt*! Il»¡in** of »aid fine Street; thence on
“ Ho-wW iy fifty feet to the place of begin
k. both ' outputs what It may.
PJitii **'«mo
pr-mises of which the said Ed*
pi Vf.rpv
seized bv virtue of a deed
*®Inderoft*»me
tne hands «nd seal of Sarah M Mess•m-turiPS
H
■
■ Messier,, iier
her iiuuiomi,
husband, uaic«
dated
►t>i,
hof 0( -and recorded m the office of the
Étto. an County in Hook 85 of iJeeds, page
' K M. SMITH, AifmiDiatrator
’ l Laude PALMEE, Proctor
’ ’ '®-l.
!N
[Prs. fey, $12.5)
ice to
creditors
journeH till
» ¿ ‘St)!
*- •D., 19H.
N O T IC E
w1 0tlc! I"“
'-i e“h'CSim
h V, 8 <,f Tbs
£¡*111 b:
Woodrow Fielder
C a rp e n te r
All orders*promptly attended to :: :: Jobbing
Furniture repaired and polished. Door Keys
Toms River, N. J.
Bated, Jnlj s, m l
MONUMENTAL
AND
Notice of Settlement.
Estate ol William Brown
is he.ebv given that the acoouots ol
I bsenber! »« Aiimiolstralor of said William
Prows will be audited and stated by the sum ,ÎV.e ronnrt"<i for fietUement to thé Orphaot»
fourVM tïrÆ n m “ f oUan. on Wednesday,
the 2d day of
ATWOOD, Admluhtrator
Dated, June S L *M ?
[Pr'a fee, $3.0"]
STONE DEALER
Anything in any kind of ston
Residence, 80 Robbins St
Yard, 18 Washington St
TOM S
R I V K R , 2f. J .
N o tice of S e ttle m e n t
¿state of Eleanor M, Gofile
H A R D W A R E
L U M B E R
N A IL S , P A IN T S , D O O RS
IP,'s fee $ 1.00) S A S U , B L IN D S, M O U L D IN G S
P O U L T R Y N U T T IN G
W
indow
aud Door Screens
[Pris, fee, «.o«]
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT
Upper
Lehigh
Coal, Coke, Wood
Estate or Cftïuiiiiô Morris.
Shingles, Lime. Cement
«oM«e Is hereby given ibauheeccoantii of the
« M ÿ «ih S Æ f i U
lÿ lh Æ fo '; Hewer Pipe, Fertilizer, Etc. Etc.
••'r»ev.Af.tiirnpvra
eJf * »antlft
»anas Attorneys,
^Maj
J E W E L K It
No. ft Mail» Street,
TOMB RIVKR
L W. RICHTMEYER
.^¡jnM oriber,2» Administrator ol said Eleanor
OOIM UVVVUCUP, uus.su»
n.stslft
Ilf*
aUUHc'I
tUlunA
tt'fltLII
' Si
w;b
bepot
audited
eSblo, lUll,
will Je
,tInn '■>.! l o
........... iu ulne months from’his M. Gobio,
led for_andseulement
to «.ns
ver barre
.. ho r. rercr
barred of any action r" . Ä ns’^O oàuuf lie County of Oo?»n, on
d texi eçn
ùi,ip
É ,:?^
^AJHTOÎ!
^ to
Ì3 3ìr ^PEYSTER
ì f B
n o « ... .
Wi^ u ^ V I d ' a -d
^vda,
llV of
D EAugust,
% BAdmmlsWstor
XuJLCV
G e o . <*. W o r a ta li
Fitted and Window Lights replaced.
IU11
»•
ih.
namLonr
»nrt
place.
Said
property
conat tne sam tin.. “ »
Mm,in Boac« In the Dayton Ave.,
novar % , n v It O c an n ea rId
rrrfnhRrrT inlet. *ei*-d aa the property of The
Brana” li’E Idiud f oropoiy. « al,defendin r i a , the auIt of Wiilirnlna Koreans« and
Kthe’l uonk, coaip,atnania. ana to be sold ny
CHARLES H. c o x , snerifl.
Asiiton He Peyster and Helen van
. a, Lxevutora n, Angneta Morris de
lUreutlon of the surrogate
I®« ouwasei.by
Ocean, hereby give notice to
l'iss,I,
„ l5e saw Augusta v orris de Pey[*J"d>»lr
; «>"*». "ebti,
■bts, demands and claims
AN COHTLASDT
BOViCl ul WALTHAM WIESES
W K U .V E s n . 1 V , A u g il* *
Clifford I. Voorliees Solicitor
___
->i *fs. .
f.... neuiemeni.' to the Ofi*'Ua-o»
1118 animal meeting PjWr'n
V SÎ I ? 0«
' 5 n S 3 S i on Wednesday.
a . B. Newbury Co.,
th» « ,he btmclpal f.fflce of said
;ay..iJu.y, itti.
lfS5E P. iVE ISHA'I
Sec and Tie»«
1M. f,U UA“
“ “ '[ p f e V w T
¡Pennsylvania«^
ErriBUMtiD 1H77
La awftet unconaclooftnen In bed.
Ä, A. B H A N T
.
FIR S T FLOOR PLAN.
SECOND FLOOR PLAN.
A mlonlnl rnitiK« wilb « gnmbirl roof. Th» »«w«» lirzokrU under (he
cornice and tho roullloned window* ndd to It* nttracUveneiw, TUere arc «hr«w
iiMiitlful morns 111 the Or*« »lory aud four clin miter« and Until In the «econd
•tory. The double pitched roof u#cea*llatea but very little slope on thu cclllna«.
8l*e of bouse, twenty-eight feet »qutire; first story, nine feet; second story,
sight feet Cost to build, exclusive of heating and plumbing. $2.400.
By special arrangement with me the editor of this paper will furnish ■
■complete eet of plan* and specification* of design No. 208 for $16
GLENN L. SAXTON.
STREET PLRRNIK6
14485239
Busy Communities Without Good
T h o ro u ilto . .
WIDE ONES ARE NEEDED.
Pownr Ovnr Eetabllnhment and M aintenance of Streets Should Be Vested
In Responsible Hands— No Harm In
Making Them Attractive.
of other thing«
l i e street planner
has the physical example of every
width and form of development Io
choose from, from the oitrrow uuloveIlneas of the back alley to the splendid
breadth of the Avenue du Bola de
Boulogne Whether standards be es­
tablished or n o t bis Judgement, wis­
dom and skill will be the true measure
of bis success tn tbe final analysis of
the problem, and It is much more nec­
essary that complete power over tbe ‘
establishment and maintenance of
streets be vested In able and responsi­
ble bunds tbnn that their widths should
be cither standardized or destandurd- j
lzed.
If there hus been one Influence more
potent than any other in the establish­
ment of street widths In American cit-
Pe tonally Conducted Excursions
I
TO
Niagara Falls
July ISs Augutt I* IS. 19 , S*p »mbvr 7 ,
21, Ociohgr
8
ft.
|9U.
Toms River
1.60From
NPgcm. TH.IV nf PuH »n t'srlor Cere.
Dtntne Csr,. f 'l I)s» ■’r>irh-« fena Pht .'lflptits <lsy fa lowIn*, i miaini vis tn»
Picturesque SusquehaunaVaUeyRoute
Tu-.ru *<mmI »oiug ou rrgeler i»s as to Fhlledulpble. »nit Uido.-j- ‘>0 «w isl r»ln. »oil
«mill chiralo* on reguisr usln. within * 1X.
T rk - DAVK. «top.fi within limit »llowwl
nt Buff.i-f reiitrnln,
lllusmtefl Booklst mil foil lufurmsttou may
he onialneil from Ticket Asente.
Tour» lo M »*iri Welle, Toronto, TBoneand
taleofis. July te, Angu.t 2 and tt
It Is generally ugreed that the
lieulthy, progressive development of a
city or totvu depends primarily od the
opportunities offered by tbe street sys­
tem for unlimited aud untrnmmeled
circulation, and the experience of all
large Industrial cities bus been that the
demand for better and greater facili­
ties for such circulation is Increasing
more rapidly than means for supply­
ing It can be found: therefore the
A NAKHOW STREET.
wise determination of street widths Is
les
it
bas
been
the Influence of stand­
one of the most Important of the prac­
tical aud economic problems of city ards. unconscious and unintentional
planning and should be subjected to perhaps and the result of long estate i
much closer study than has heretofore lisned custom, but yet standards.
been the practice of town planners, Most of ottr cities have a comparative­
says ,v. B. Haldeman, a Philadelphia ly limited variety of street widths or
i standards. Eastern cities, ns a rule,
engineer
The fnllure of streets In tbe busiest have a greater variety than western
sections of large Industrial cities to ones, and where tbolr use has been
provide adequate facilities for general found to be economical and generally
circulation and the wastefulness of satisfactory iu practice standardization
unused street areas In other sections Is a success; elsewhere tt Is a failure.
o f (be same communities are loo well
Grass plots iu streets seem lo thrive
known to need any lengthy comment
oui.v under German municipal regula­
The future requirement of a street tions nr in cities where the property
in a dark mystery which only time will owners have n superabundance of civ­
ic pride. Even in Paris, world famed
for Its beauty, tbe streets contain no
grass plots. Much of the beauty of
tbe old world cities is du'lie scien­
tific planting and care hi - reef trees,
and if our streets are to achieve the
full measure o f attractiveness we wish
for them we must look hopefully for­
ward to a time when trees and other
plants wilt be properly cared for under
municipal authority To ibis eud ttiere
nbouid be a planting space unit of four
foet for narrow streets and eight feet
OBOHS SECTIONS OF STBEFTS SUOOESTIOD BY for wide ones. These units would fit
HALDEMAN AS GOOD PLANNING AND AT- naturally into the unit schemes for
TKAOTIVB.
sidewalk or cartway in tbe event of
fully reveal. Replanning and rebuild­ tbe abandonment of the planting.
ing will probably always remain mu­
nicipal liabilities; but. although our
C lam Frlttar*.
prevision may not be sufficiently un­
One pint ciauis. two eggs, oue-Uiiru
erring to enable us to fully anticipate cup milk, one and one-halt cups flour ;
the future, the knowledge gained by (slit before measurLugi, two teaspoons
unfortunate experience should make
baking powder, salt and pepper.
us more cautious aud paiustakiug iu Clean clams, drain from their liquor
our study of the problem and should and chop. Beat eggs until light, add
enable ns tc plan, streets which will milk and flour mixed and sifted with
uot be entirely wasteful and ugly dur­ baking, powder, then add chopped 1
ing tbe period when their ultimate clams and season highly with salt and
destiny is uncertain.
pepper Drop by spoonfuls and fry in It
That “there Is nothing new under the deep f a t Drain on brown paper and
Bun” is as true of street planning as serve at once.
That’s not strange at all!
Yon ought to be.
B n tjo u needn’t lie awake
nights worrying it you are
| Protected by
Policies in Safe
Companies
Dcn’t be bunkoed by the
man with “ cheap” policies
that are good only up til^
¿he day you have a fire—
end then fail you.
Sabe?
Drop us a postal when in
need of Protection/
Win, If. Fischer
Couritr Building
Toms River, N. J
May Save You Money to
Read the C. A. W . advs.
MULLINS PRESSED STEEL BOATS
U#m « W filN M I
Wi|d
Guaranteed
B y ApfNi y K m f a (
BARNEGAT
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AGAINST :: PUNCTURE :: LEAKING :: SINKING
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><t VV«if
O n e n u t control. I ndet w i t n e ik t t u l.
A l l boals fated w ith bit-Hghl bulkheads.
1 6 to 2 6 Ire t
s
3 to
B. H. SP A N G E N BER G , Tüsr*mT7T
i ll ThutidlY §ViFltitfjg
» ttnuvitif *
tm 4ft? «1 t'uni#
An nulo but IM of >
p#op!<
»m I run» her* tu All* ntèi» City (m i
i
vmi
j
;
j
U m Thursday night about ten o'tloei,
our vit, rent were a routed by the alarm
on the bank Investigation ihowtii
(hat no out had attempted to enter the
bank, to the general belie! It that ret»
Gataril Ws»» Ja m ? Agency
Sunset Unit'
C I T Y ,
N . J.
W ill bttd this the Piece to ito p
Cruising Parties
Gunning Parties ", Barne* at ,nlet
— •
■ •
|3
••
f i s h i n g r a r tie s
U«n#i#i u4 FUli«*« Otwrt
H O W A R D A P P L E G A T E , Mgr.
Thomas McMahon and wit» ot jersey
! City »re visiting Job Peon
Hilton Bunnell of Carteret is spend,
Mite Hannah Vaughn •• en emertam j in« » few days with bit father J P Bun*
mg her sitter. Mrs Flora Howell, ot I nett
Baronne
George Chamberlain Jr , is working
Mayor W E MacDonald. Rev J B I at Ptoe Beach
Kulp. William and Edward Giflord of
William Chamberlain and family
Bradlev Beach were here laet week, |motored here from Lakewood to visit
coming by auto, and went out on the I bit parents. George Chamberlain and
hay with CSpt Ben Brown
They
if.
brought back M
I 4 J fish, weighing 200 ; Edwm P4rk#| > o J
Sunday
pounds They hadweakfish, rtoundeis. 4t Manaaquan
..4 h
.rh
bluefith and
barb
Mr Jennings Parker was home from
SEASIDE PARK
Newark and entertained a party on a
cruise last week on hia yacht. El Mane»
Joseph T Sullivan of Moorestown an i
now at Forked River. The guests were
Dr and Mrs Joseph N Lillis, of E a s t. Dr J B Wood of Merchantville were
Orange Mi*« Manette Corbett and Mbs d °w0 Saturday to attend a council
Marion Bailey, of Nevmik.and Walter ¡meeting Both spend a good deal of
L D am k. of Bay Ridge. N Y
j t,me here> thou*h not her'tior “ >e seaSaturday visitors arih e county scst i »°“
included B E Eno.Rsodolph Phillipsaud
W ilkam D Stanger of MerchantvUla
FORKED RIVER
has rpened his bay front cottage
Joe Thotnas
The P R R bridge gang are busy
Randolph Phillips, the lima bean man
tays the hot weather retarded his crop makiug repairs all the »m e to (he big
of lim a beans He has a larger acreage bridge across the bay
Ahring s big concrete garage is hav­
than ever this year and is looking for a
big enough crop to supply both Forked ing the metal ro jf put on. Sunday
both Brower's and Flitcroft'a garages
River and Toms River
Howard Applegate of this place will were full up, and cars were standing
run the Sunset hotel at Barnegat City all around the streets
There are many new people here this
this summer
A H Grant and his mother motored summer that were never here before
An innovation is a bus line “ to any
to Toms River Tuesday Mrs Grant is
much better, but was seriously sick for hotel or cottage” that meets all the
trains
*
a long time
The Ladies Auxiliary of the yacht
A six pound weakfish was one of the
catch made on Capt Ed Parker's boat club has charge of many of the social
one day last week. Some more of that features th e re . Last Friday evening
there was a general exodus of the
size have been caught
amateur
yachtsmen and' -------their ----friends.
NJIICU
1
,
The huckleberry crop is reported
verv poor bv the pickers here They ; f u' " * ‘o t ^ MorS“D
dance at 1».
a-e ’ shriveled up and sm all. and not ! land He,g’’ U in the powerboat Toms
a
s
, . v
River, and returning .at a late hour
'" M i« 0 'Itexto Pellett and family o f j Ou W .dne^d.y morning the usual card
Pateison are Visiting he. mother. Mrs P“rtJ was held bv<the Ladle.Auxiliary.
Pdterson a
&
in charge of Mrs W alter Mahood
Fri" tT
Candidate
¥H
'U h o n e power
16 Ft., 3 H. P. Special, Speed 9 mile». Price $ 1 1 5
T 2 6 Ft., 30 H. P. Auto. Boot :: Speed 16 mile»
Price $ 1 2 5 0
B A R N E G A T
iB m
nHss «
Marian and Lillian H olm e,! d.‘ >' ™ nin* ° fMm Charles
M? " ™ Stanger and Mrs
la e
j Frank Manning will havecharge of the
ileasant s t a y here
...
weekly entertainment
King fish am j ! 8 ‘ “ ^ ^
Ri ' j Last year a pool tournament was held
l i v e returned to Ocean Grove after a I
Fred ? ° " d y' °E,ulh ad Ms
‘ecorated ^ t h purple andwhite , Mt
ecora.eo wun p P
. .
veek as the Elks went through to Atlanic City Many Sto p p ed therefor dinner
Mrs Hester Hanford and daughter
lave returned to Jersey City after
/Kiting Mrs George Woolley
Mis» Mary Exell has returned to
3 arnegat after a week with Miss I-lor
! at lhe >'acht
a ° d - ade lots of fun.
|This year another will be held, and the
I winner will be matched against the
winner of a similar series of games at
the Island Heights Yacht Club This
will double the interest
The following have made application
for membership in the yacht club: E rn­
est A Wright and W o E Bryce, Phila­
delphia; John W Leonard, Wayne, Pa;
.-nee Wilbur
Justice R Orleman. Elkms Park. Pa
J C Wood, who had been visiting his
An entertainment or musical was gi­
son Dr Wood, has returned to his
ven Sunday morning at the yacht club
aome in Blackwood
by Miss Elizabeth Porter, violinist, and
N J Holmes of Ocean Grove spent
Miss Virginia E Sm all, pianist
Friday with his m other, Mrs Caroline
The oldfashioned hosecart owned by
Holmes
the local fire company is an object of
Mrs N D Aspinwall and Miss Emily
curiosity to all who happen to see it.
Gray have been at Ocean Grove for a
I t is a fourwheeler and was a gift from
few days
a Mt Holly company when the company
Mrs Hettie Garthwait is home from
here was formed. The borough has a
Spring Lake and Como, and reports
good supply of hose and water pressure
that her grandson, Albert Garthwait,
enough to reach any roof in the village
is improving. He was in the Spring
Lake hospital with typhoid fever
Elwell’s frozen cherries are delicious
The Presbyterian church holds its
annual fair tonight and tomorrow night
Mrs C B Williams ot Long Branch is
the guest of Mrs Stephen Holmes
Frank B W ilbert of Toms River spent
Sunday with Prank P Wilbert
Mrs E Parker has returned to New
York after a visit with her parents. Mr
and Mrs J P Bunnell
Charles Bunch of Newark recently
visited friends here
Mrs Murphv of Tuckerton was here
recently and installed the officers of the
Ladies Temple. K -G Ji
Miss K ate Sanderson has returned
from a visit in Lakehurst and 1 renton
D r and Mrs O A Wood motored to
Always Ferfect
Atlantic City to see the Elks parade
Pure and Delicious
Mrs J J Hyde and son of West Phila
delphia are visiting her mother, Mrs
Charity Holmes
'
Miss Gertrude Taylor is home irom
Island Heights
Sheepshead B ay . hong Island, where
she had been for some time
V l E R E C K ’S
Ice
Cream
|u uriineM thf m i«
j
| of niicf w frt ill#
c iu m
G V Alcorn, * form#r |Um btnwtr
j who hta been working in the writ thr
pait winter, W her* lor the summer
J Allen Smith end (»«lily who spent
the winter in Pennsylvania are here lot
t tie rummer
There will be a ahooiing match at
clay bird» on the ground* o( tb* Long
Beach S hooting Club on Saturday, July
A game of bare ball was played on
the local ground on Sat urJay lait.
between Barnegat and Beach Haven.
The former were victorious by a «core
ot S to J . It wav a good fameaa neither
tide scored until alter the sixth Inning
Hon Georg* T Creamer and wife of
Trenton are here lor the summer
Etra Parker and family went to
Aibury Park in their auto on Saturday
last
Mia* H E Predmure of Passaic, to
»(lending a lew day* with Mi« Mary
Bardtly
Burt Elite entertained teveral friend*
over Sunday
William Odgen and wife of Jereev
City are at C B Corltoe' for a two week«
viiit
Mi« Marguerite Predmore ii entertain­
ing two friend« from Orange
Mr* George Nwill of Philadelphia,
»pent Sunday with her aiater, Mr* A T
Cox
John Carter to home on a short vaca­
tion
The First National Bank has declared
a semi annual dividend
Miss Lizzie Cranmer and friend spent
Sunday at Harvey Cedar«
Percy Beuuett wtt a Sunday visitor
at High Point
Arthur Ridgway was in Harvey Ce­
dars Sunday
Capt Fred Bahr has had a party of
six on the schooner Nautilus
Herbert Mick is on the sick list
S R Petrine of this place is baggage­
man at the Harvey Cedars hotel
Percy Cranmer is working for Barber
Bros, at High Point, at carpenter work
Bobby Garland is employed at the
Bahr restaurant
Miss Estlow was a Sunday visitor at
Harvey Cedars
The merry-go-round at Toms River
has drawn not a few of our people up
the shore road in autos these nights
Miss Evelyn Cox of Barnegat, daughte ro f Mr anil Mrs Arthur T Cox, was 1
married yesterday at Lakewood to Mr
W C Brown, who recently bought out
the drugstore at Main street and Clif­
ton avenue, formerly run by the late
Senator Harrison
The wedding took |
place at the apartments in Lakewood
that Mr Brown had furnished for his
bride. A number of Barnegat relatives
and friends were at the ceremony j
which took place at noon and was fol­
lowed by a luncheon
flJWord has been received here of the
death of Mrs Arthur L Collins, wife of
the well known singer
W A RETO W N
A number of our carpenters are still
working at Sea Side Park where they
have been all the spring
Rev J E Horner was in Toms River
on Saturday
Fish are biting finely and large
catchesmade
Waretown never looked prettier than
it does this summer, embowered in
trees with its meadows, the wide sweep
of open sea to the eastward, and the
background of pines to the westward.
I t is one of the most picturesque of the
shore villages
Rev J E Horner, the M E pastor, is
arranging for theWaretown cam pm eet­
ing to be held August 6-13, inclusive.
On Aguust 6 , Rev J P Mahan, an
evangelist, will preach morning and
evening. Both services will be preceded
by a s<?ng service and there will be a
song service at 2 30 in the afternoon
During the week there will be a song
service at 7 each evening and preaching
at 8
Among the preachers who will
take part are District Superintendent
Alfred Wagg of Trenton; N D Aspin­
wall of Forked River, C V D Conover
of Barnegat,G W Powell of Bridgeboro,
Marshall Owetis'of Ocean Grove, W R
Blackman of New Gretna, J P Carman
of WestCreek, WH Libe of Gibbstown,
H S Gascoyne of Jamesburg. Miss M
C Adams of New Gretna will be organ­
ist
Best by test— Elwell’s ice cream
fo r
Sheri]
I’ark
Jub» J •<*»«■r ul Me
••*(« Mi« Maty Jeflt«
Mia* Ada Madteoe , 4 I,
' iMUag bet mother Ml Lydia Madison!
MBi»
Mr* ('bat Bail»« via id her parents
m Forked Ri
Mr sod Mi* Fi«J May of I
Hava been vtoSitsg the letters j
LAKEHURST
I'hilmert Grant and wife
Wm Harvey has purrhtavd
**
Albert Trope*, of New Y
>• his «ou Hamid
lig h ts father
cteT handm v ,*,T, ! “* *
,
,*
W « # " ■ « «•>
... * ,
Waretown
" * Safety met at h F Bull»»'»
j r>n « tailing patty
f
1h* pe*eh Feativ«),'
to visit- on the II g Chuu.h ,'4
I ««dad and fairly , Utl
• L H Richmond „ ,
»P*«.« Sunday
,j Lakewood
Mr* Robert Novta. of Gill, Tettn, is |
i R ev C D V Conover
h m u*
! “!
visiting h*r P « *"U . W n Montgomery “ • «tegat an vintili
i .»»field Wonh and wit* have moved ' and wife
8
7 wif*
oell a house
j
----------------- Still in the lead
set
Mr* Randolph Thom peon of Bridge-
j too, to vidling her parents
.
. I
t«< crea
'
C^
Mr and Mis Arthur Citin«
; Sunday with thttr uncle r
WM a Mondny visitor ! Hilliard
A uuinbet ol our young people went i his family here
8
■(Stori Open Eveftmgs until y. jo; Saturdays unlit to,}o)>
F u rn itu re D ep artm en t Closed
rom S;x P. M. Saturday until Twelve noon Monday, to prepare for the
Greatest Furniture Sale
E v e r held in th e S tate
Two Floors of our Store are devoted to Furniture; two huge warehouses
the reserve stock.
earn'
1
Every piece of furniture in our possession will be sacrificed.
10 to 5 0 p er ce n t, off
The regular prices and the reductions average wiH be towards the 50% mark'
Grand Rapids Furniture
The finest in the world is sold here— much of it is specially made for us to withstand the
exacting conditions imposed upon it by the damp seashore climate. No parts ever loosen,
no finishes ever dull, no veneer ever rips— Furniture that lasts here will stand any climate in
the world, and ours does.
A great many people have told us that they have had unsatisfactory experience with
Grand Rapids Furniture— upon investigation we have usually found that dealers have substi­
tuted other kinds.
We deliver free
to all parts of New Jersey, New York City, Philadelphia
and all parts of Long Island.
I f you have a country home, a city home, apartment or hotel to furnish, you cannot
afford to overlook this sale. If you need but a single stool or chair you will find this sale
extremely profitable.
Remember your choice at a saving from one of the best selected furniture stocks in the
country at from
10 to 5 0 p er c e n t, o ff
Not a piece of Furniture in our entire stock
YOU CANNOT BUY A T A SAVING
g’tt’inharlj (Emnpattg
Asburg park, Nrbt Jrrm i
P A G E S
JERSEY COURIER.
P IO N E E R
N EW SPA PER
O P O C EA N C O U N T Y .
fS .O O * V » » r
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VOLUMI 61—NU MBKB 49
T0M8 E IV IH .X . J ., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 90. 1911
0
N EG A T
liant Rescue
m the Breakers
b a y
OCEAN GATE
F1SH 1N G
1S
n o w
u n e q u a l l e d
BAY HEAD
MORGAN CUP RACE AGAIN WON
H. Y. C.
5 C e n ts s Copy
a n y w
h e r e
Bishop Neely to be
at Camp Meeting
A program gI water «ports at thr
Y«cht Club arv proud il
Bay llr»(l Yacht Hub ha* been arrang
tna*i lintiilMtnti* lir a < iiilb
<k) fur Saturila?» July 22. Th« sporta |
houftc it All *t«i<l for
will conn*t oi every miagmaNe water j
A lulling party » M in in g of Osear
utitMtii «mi judging from th* long Im
Wurzhach, Ham Reify and Arthur W
Burtrough»; Peer leu, ut FoU in already received there will b * ;
Clarke of Newark Chailet Farrell and
«¿ulet1 by Herbert and entertainment aplenty The racea will
,, w ewape from a two New Y**rk friend# went down the «lay oi thr prrfenl
Arrangement* Sor the annual camp
ihr bathing grounds bay recently and caught 2?0 weakfuh amateur yacht anten, when
Mary K, owned by Dr be Held at a point on the Mrtrdccunk
meeting on th tlb tg h ts campi;i.*unrt are
. womans-l lieyond and three bturfirh They hold the re­ connihian üiifor« Irom Hue lie
mid wiled by his v n. river within tlie tang* ul the y ir t of all being made. I t «trill l>e in charge of
ni down. As »he cord at tbie place
* b o may wtah to watch them Two
Sea
hide
I
’
Rev 0 M Boasrell, D D, Secretaryuf lite
Mantoloking
and
fi
I voung man
(lutiti «re to be erected, on« at the end
This reaon wrvnl aa a haven of rest
Home Mi « c m and Churvh fi s tension
Heights
1
gathered
at
stand
When they final for a large number of Philadelphian* in
for th t « u r i and the other at the limali
iety of the M E church. It ««til last
h both were ex in ib tlr endeavor to evade the wt in race for the fame<1 Morgan c u p .
In order to prearrve the coorti at th t (f(l||, X
t Sunday in July till the
uer was in the worse spell during i he past week Although the costliest anil handsomest o f |
Hay Head Yacht club that organist l|r|( S a « U y
All(OM H|th
TB
„.I |i tuok kinger to the run teemed to Itc a trifle warm, the
Ultra i . having a lank and pumping : N„ |ry , nd <H, lrlct Supcrinum lcnl
the Barnegat Bay y'achtmg tro ph '
; machinery tnsullsd on «h* p u ra,,**. I t, Jobn , Undu, y w(„
_
|hr m„ oy
gentle rrnhyra easily overcame the heat ie*, was (or a freonid tunc won by
I r linei are now out and the weather has been delightful
b«*am# apparent that daily srettmB oft |Worojnent pu|plt or#toTI wh(J
Virginia, of the I. 11. Y . C. The-,
I This dots
th« courts is imperative, and no other |
Quick to take advantage of any op
few people portunily which preaeata itaelf, the na- ladies race in the sneakbox cl«#» 1
water being available, the Itumping ,
„
v| L
nd family
of ihr n go further I lives and visitors made the moon serve was captured hp Mis« VcrPInnck of |
system was deemed oeceessry
I of Trenton are visiting his (sth » R e v .
ere III e bathing is I a good purpose end moonlight sails have Bay Head in Mystery I I ; while the ,
Louis Downer of Mantoloking has A Lawrence
been taken every evening during tl.e men's race, in which Arran, sailed j
staked out tbs channel in Bsrneg.t bay
jllhn Hamilton of Philadelphia, lor
rr„ . an Italian em- I week
Mantoloking. for th . |
„ Toms River bny in th* summer
•ram Bay
by
O.
0
.
Dale
of
Bay
Head
finish
-1
K K «ei lion gang, was | The fishing season is now s i its height
and boatmen of j Um, it , vW lor
wlth h llm o h te r
benefit o(
I'mlav morning last and quite a number of large catches of i c u first, will be sailed over again. (
Bay Head and vicinity. The unitaked I The officer* of «he «W an County G at
„ breakfast. He was weak and blue fish rewarded the fish* j because the outer or »unting buoy
I condition has been the causa of con Company were here last Friday looking
hi* shanty when the errant
i aiderable apprehension and the action over the plant and extensions at this
I was upset and some of the racing
G J^ S e r on the gasoline stove
|of Mr Downer is greaily commended
Mrs William H Newlin entertained a jI craft could not pick it up.
resort w i t h Superintendent Janies
dine hissed up. He tried large party of friends in her cottage
| Charles I. Hyde of New Y ork whose Austin of Tom s River
It
was
n
big
day
at
the
Island
*'
, n,| a||out doors in front "Cone Villa,” on the Riviera, during |
gasoline launch Kugit is the swiltest
S B Lemming attended the Foresters
sedtheblsse was blown against the entire past week, among them be­ Heights yacht clubhouse. In fact
boat in the waters a t Bay Head,hail
Head.had the anniversary at Toms River last Thu rs­
t ami face, burning him badly, ing Miss Eleanor Scovel, niece of Prose­ the big day might have been said
craft over the course of the Bay Head day evening
jiansslked acroa to the home cutor Scovel of Camden; Mrs Eleanor to have begun the night before
Yacht club The boat was occupied
R li Mills of Germantowu is spending
actionbon*. B N Penn, and told Davisson aud the Misses Florence and when the Sea Side Park Yacht
only by Mr Hyde, who it withholding most of his time here
diJn't believe he could work Dorothy Davisson
all knowledge of ita actual speed until
Surf man Peter Newman has been run­
club members and their ladies
y Pom examined his burns
Aug 5, the date of race held each year ning fish from the beach for this place
Mrs James Connor is acting as hostess
came
across
the
bay
in
the
power
once «hipped him to a hospital for quite a party in the Hannon bunga
by the Philadelphia Inquirer
anil Toms River
To raise funds to purchase a set of
low on the Riviera, during the week, boat Toms River and were re
sen train
The Perennial is well filled and its
«ais milk famine here last smnng the guests being Her niece Miss ceived by the officers and members
powerful binoculars for the use of the annex also, especially fo rth , week ends
gilt was 14 cents a quart and Katharine Gibbons and her dnughters of the I .H .Y . C,, in the annua!
member of the Yacht club, a bridge and
The public doc* and pavilion isone of
Idn tget it at that price. The the Misses Marion and Virginia Cuunor.
auction bridge paity was held last week the cbol sports and has -had plentv of
Morgan Cup reception and dance.
atlm «polled milk in transportsat the Blurts hotel, which was attended patronage since the summer opened
A few of the other Philadelphians to
-d beside the milk supply was take advantage t f thecombined sea and Nor did it end till late Saturday
by a large number of summer visitors,
Tire little park at the railway station
THE MORGAN CUP
as by the failure in the grass pine breezes during the past week are night, for the I H. Y. C. naturally
it being necessary to set out forty tables looks so nice it is a wonder more park
ruined by the same diy and hot Mrs M P Groves, M tsS Bates, Mrs M celebrated Saturday evening the
in the bull room to accommodate them. space is not secured and laid out
Ssturdsy Gtu Voigt succeeded McKaig. M E Winnemore. Mr and Mrs victory of its champion Virginia
Paul Goble,
from Seaside Park, J N S Brewster was in charge of the
The resort is well filled now.
Sonic
ting »supply that gladdened the Joseph M Consvay, Miss M Bradley,
The event of the day however Dorothy, owned and sailed by F, arrangements for the evening, which people say there is more people here
o!the cottagers!
was declared by many present to have
Harry H Whealing and Mr and Mrs Ro­
was the Morgan Cup race, for the P Larkin; Cora, owned and sailed been a most enjoyable one. The prizes than ever before at thistim eof the year
Charles S Boyer has been enter- bert T Clarke
The yacht club gives a concert every
her mother, Mrs Louis T Derwere won by Mrs Howard McClenahan, Sunday night this summer
Our postmistress. Mrs George Ellis, handsome trophy presented by by J. W. Wilkinson.
The
start
from
the
I.
H.
Y
.
C.
former
State
Comptroller
J
Willard
f CumJcn
of Princeton; Mr and Mrs H TTichenor,
and our restaurant keeper, Mrs Kiesel,
A pool tournament will be held among
Buddof Mt Holly has his fam- were Toms River visitors on Friday
Morgan of Camden, and named af dock was made at 2 .IS, with the of Newark; Dr William T McClaren, of the pool players at the yacht club and
fheir ocean front cottage. Mr
Mrs A Logel and daughter Florence ter him. It is raced for annually on largest and most evenly balanced Princeton, and Miss Owen, of Montclaii
the winner will play the winner in the
is one of thelmany who are en- are spending a fortnight at Prof Far­
Monday the annual tennis tourna­ Sea Side Park club tournament
fleet
that
has
sailed
in
a
catboal
the
third
Satur
day
in
Ju
ly
,
and
is
the good roads here now that he rell's bungalow on Longport avenue
ment in the woman’s singles began on
open to yachts fiom the amateur race on Baruegat Bay in a half the courts of the Yacht club, and R H On Friday evening of this week a
to get his car on the beach
vaudeville show will be given at the
hCondie of Camden has his fam*
Clubs of Island Heights, Sea Side dozen years. The old time favo Metcalf, of Moorestown, has charge of club house
HIGH POINT
for the summer and makes
Park, Bay Head and Mantoloking. riteBouquet.a former winner of the the arrangements as chairman of the
These applicants for membership to
The High Point Land Company made
n (or the week end
Saturday there were six entries, Morgan and Sewell cups, was first tennis committee of the club. On Aug the yacht club have been received F
les WMathis has completed the a big sale last week when it disposed of
.11 the annual tournament in men's
across the line. Cora and Dorothy doubles for the championship of New C Matthews, W K Part Philadelphia;
f grading and graveling Ocean an entire block of twenty-four lots to four from Island Heights, two
Herbert and Alvin III, Newark; Miss
north (rom North avenue to D Jame J Lynde of Harrisburg, Pa The from Sea Side Park. One Bay the Sea Side Park boats shot across Jersey const will be played, and for the
Viola Lewis, Camden
The boardwalk has also been lots lie between 81st and 82d street and Head yacht started for Island about a minute later and only four winners there have been presented two
The Ladies Auxiliary of the yacht
ed 100 feet north of D street- from the ocean front to the railroad Heights, where the races were sail­ seconds apart; with Virginia on beautiful silver cups by tile manage­
club gave a tea at the clubhouse on
ment
of
the
Bluffs
Hotel
avenue is now beingcurbed and The price paid is given out a s$6000 It
ed, but did not arrive in time to their heels. Peerless and Mary E.
Wednesday of last week. These teas
1 sidewalks built from North is also stated that the new owner will
will be given on Wednesday August 2 ,
were a minute later but it was only
take
part.
have
the
land
graded,
cement
sidewalks
north to the Berkeley tract and
and Wednesday September 6
HARVEY CEDARS
The race was sailed in the moutii two minutes and five seconds from
lights and water have been ex­ laid and a bungalow built on each lot
There was a big time at the yacht
for next years use. J B Kinsey has the of Toms River, over the southeast the time Bouquet crossed, till the
northto the Berkeley tract
club on Friday evening last, the o c ­
Worrell and Co. of Moorestown contract for the grading
Walter Ridgway spent Sunday in casion of the annual Morgan Cup dance,
course of the Island Heights Yacht last one was over.
Jere S.'Storms of Barnegat has bought
de a borough map to show the
The race was not long enough Barnegat
Club, starting from theirclubhouse
when the club entertained the Sea Side
ains, sewers, with all the gates two bungalows from the Land Company
Mrs Roenitz after spending a week Park club. The visitors came over by
to fully try out the merit of eith­
and
beating
down
the
river
and
es located. This is the first on 77th street as an investment. Both
here has returned to Philadelphia
boat and all had a fine evening. Satur­
ha map has been in existence — Mrs Mary Stokiey ot Burlington has across the bay to Sea Side Park er boats or crews. It was but
Elwood Cadwallader of Tioga is visit day evening the victory of the Virginia
hen Mr Worrell took hold no one arranged to build two bungalows for in the teeth of a rioting southeast once over the course, and was sail­ ing here
in the Morgan cup race was also duly
borough could tell him where the rental by next summer
Miss Florence Barnard of Philadel­ celebrated
wind, and then a clean run home ed in less than an hour and three
1 °r where the valves were, are rented for the summer
quarters by the entire fleet. The phia is stopping here
with the wind over the quarter.
The village improvement Society are
Ormery VanSciver of Burlington ex­
ell is figuring on a sewage disMr Wills of Mt Holly was a week end arranging to hold their annual bazar
finish was a pretty one, and tl e
The
entries
were
:
from
Island
pects
to
build
a
four
room
bungalow
ant that will be built this fall,
visitor
on the public dock on Friday. July 28
Lincoln Keeley of Philadelphia has Heights, Virginia, owned by John bunch were almost as close to­
eomplete remodeling of the water
H R Lukens spent the the week end Mrs Harris is president of this society;
I plants This will cost all told moved into his handsome new bunga­ Norris, and sailed by his son, John gether as at the start. Virginia at in Philadelphia
Mrs Bridge is secretary ;and Miss Bridge
DO,000 to $40 000 and will re­ low. I t cost $2200 and is the finest on Norris, J r ; Bouquet, owned and
Mrs Lydia Bolton Fenimore is spend­ is treasurer
continued on last page
issue of bonds
the north end of the beach
ing the month of July at her cottige
♦♦
Robert Shoemaker has one of the
A T Smith of Philadelphia is planning
orrell has also had made a borhere
handsomest craft in these waters— a
to
build
a
bungalow
on
the
same
plan
Pshowing all the lots, houses,
Otto Hintzis havinghiscottagepaint­
Seabury-built cruiser, Sweetheart. Mr
assessment purposes, which will of that of Lincoln Keeley
ed
Shoemaker was formerly a Commodore
Practically all the places here are
convenience to the assessor and
Barber Bros, of Camden are runnu g of the yaclu club when his Kirk-bm lt
ils
rented for the summer The demand
a store fur 1 A Lee
yawl Foxy was flagship; but this is his
1 sidewalks are being built in c jntinues More houser must be built
F Barnard and family of Philadelphia first summer here in a number of years
the li p Budd property on the for next year to meet it
are stoping here
The Yacht Club will have a club run
front
William S Carol of Merchantville has
Mrs Doyle visited Philadelphia Friday and picnic on Saturday, going to Eno’s
William Bolton has been here from at Forked River.
icPIattnowhas electric lights his family here for a fortnight
About 125 have
K depot He has alsoopenr
Mannaliawkin for a few duys
agreed to take part in this picnic
lavallette
**arate freight station further
Frank Lawrence of New York is here
the
track. Itort Retd is Adams
PINE BEACH
for the week ends
Mayor
W
R
Taylor
takes
a
lively
in­
, 1an l*1'Rsummer and is said to
Thellwell R Coggeshal! with his
p man that ever filled the job terest in the union church and SundayL. J . Hutchinson, the contractor, is son Thellwell. J r , started Monday for
school
.
He
is
an
accomplished
organist
rar>k Hewitt has his hands full
finishing up eight bungalows, in which a ten days cruise to Atlantic City and
aKEage business, in addi ion and frequently furnishes ihe music
E S VanNostrand of Toms River did Ocean City in the yacht Naomi. Yeung
was
station
Dr George Kerr, who
•and coal business
the plumbing Mr Hutchinson is said Mr Cogg shall graduated this June from
has
been
re/ i l l i tmsy spring at the rail- agent for so many years,
to have plans for a number of more the Philadelphia Manual T r a i n i n g
June was the heaviest tired by the age limit
houses Thnse just building costaboti School with high honors
tor
,
James
McCormick
of
Philadelphia,
is
hue iness that Sea
$1000 each
Dr Edward J 111 is on a trip to Colo­
a frequent visitor, He is a heavy l->nd
ever saw
Charles Schuster of Camden is spend­ rado
owner
here
^Devlin has opened a plumbing the summer here with his family
Rev John Simpson is reported some­
A good deal of building is promised
Charles Stanwood is sailing parties in
what better but far from well. H ehas
* 8l>basset hotel is installing a
the big auxiliary Hoop Stroller from
been a very useful man in thiscominun«oven
b a r n e g a t c it y
the Pine Beach Inn dock
ity. none more so, and his many friends
j!*ul bakery is now open and an
Misses Louisa and Elizabeth Reeves
are hoping he will tie around again
Mrs Richard G Develin is entertain­
r c‘ a fruit stand in the same
have returned to Woodbury after a
ing Mrs'Sue Seymour of Camden at her
R K Pearce has his sailboat in com­
visit here
Mathis is busy with a sum summer home
The bathing, boating and fishing are mission Mr Pearce is one of the fewr
Great fishing—bluefish, weakfish and
who enjoys sailing more than motormuch enjoyed by sojourners here
Ceo?uiobs 110w -and the John S
kingfish.
or bafb, are the chief e lg i
Moorestown have a gang |
The yacht Nympsee has been over­ boating
*8 concrete work
of the anglers
Lieut C F Dyce was at the county
hauled and is a'l ready for her owner
seat on Monday of this week
v : “t ° f.Passaic arr'ved h e re ! Steinbach Company of Asbury Park
™ his family to spend t h e 1
Fall Catalogue Soon Out
Charles Hallock will start a moving
are distributing their annual bathing
Send us your name for our fall Cata picture show Saturday evening on the
i l ? 0ltage
schedule. A copy will be mailed free
.
°t Germantown, Pa. was
logue of Women's and Misses Apparel. Mathis lot on Simpson ave
ONE OF THE RACING FLEET
to any Hotel or Cottage sending in
T“4*“ arr'val last week
I
Stîinbach C-.mpany Aubury Park
continue ‘
their name and address
°ntmued on page S
t St*3 Side Park
at Island Heights
* Morgan Cup R ace
3 4 th Annual
Camp-Meeting
A gainW on by V ir­
ginia of l.H .Y . C.
At ISLAND HEIGHTS;T I lw » *
.i
I♦ ■
j a m Ii t?
9
t He
•
9
9
9
It rasar jr
Novellf
other four boats cru*
Sunday,
A u gu st 6*;
9
4
9
f
9
9
♦ —
_______________
Fran llny Iltad
l|. Miss Vtrl'lam k Nov
rlly, MuhbCarul flenn Üwduufl,
Mts» Lotmr Caltu», tiu a S§s Eitle i
Bark Mornlog, Mia» Luter lieft.
Miss ttui-irw, front (stand IIright». ;
KlU, Mm* Boawelt t*
14 4M
14 J€
(indaJttufV
Dati
11«*»*$ g
KUi « t i i
Sunday, Ju ly 3 0 , 1911
I
J Me
9 «I
f
4
9
Mi itr ft
ih ted the fleet, with B*
turnste and a half behu
Itoe tape in a bunch leas than h
Iminutes after Vitgiitta. On
I«-van race Virginia would hair «
*a*»iy. without her time altownn
: iiouquet, had she not been c<><
Ipelted to give tune would have be
Second At it wasBeerlets took
ond plate; Mary E.third,Doroth
Boui|uet andCora standing in otd
4
trictia Ihn m t
the Mt
1).
»I
X.I ag» Miraiii
»401
aim under wav
Vrrtn, idtlc«1 by i
[Bay Head1. T
t r if a Bimini* »Ul
It
It war said by those who i
wed the race that Larkin*» D
he otherr eaj if a ini
9
otbv from Sea Side Bark *h>>
9
ol I lome 2 up much belter than last tumt
Corresnonding Secretary of the Bo
«ail thif ra<(* OVl
♦
M
I Church E x te n s io n ot th e M . E
and would have stood a show* i
:un
!
lay, August ;16, W
9
Ch
h, w ilt be in c h a r g e o f th e
win had she not carried away a (h.- lx
9
ab
i and rapt tin i n the
♦
m e e tin g s, assiste d by
halliard block. It took tev
9
rigina ¡ter can compie t. These
9
minutes to come up in the win I.
9
are: From Bay 11cud - Arran, Ü.
REV. A LFRED COOKMAN OLIVER
9
shin up the mast and make repair
9
G. Dale, (¡oodnufl, C
O f the Island Heights M. E . Church
4
and get under way again. Vet si
9
! John V. A. Caitua; Novelty, Mr.
9
finished three minutes and Jj w<
9
Ilassinger, Mystery.Mr VerPlanck,
4
onus after the winning boat,
4
from
Mantoloking— Anita, Ralph
•
that her owner and her crew felt
4
And District Superintendent
0«bom ; from Island Heights, E l­
9
cry much pleased with her ah
Don’t you think that Iota of 1»
ma. Dillon Wilbert
ing and hopeful that in a blow mk
wrong by not fixing un a beautiful homo f0
4
nothing has such a refining influence upon chili
could make herself a powerful ra«
furnished home; it is a necessary part of their
PARKERTOWN
W ill b e P re s e n t S u n d a y , A u g u st 6 th
ing factor
their minds with beautiful pictures and pl#Mani t
Hie Virginia was designed bv
t ’m .g« Mg to ie<* tlul m
Niltfren gro
Other ¡fated Ministers will Preach
II award Finch ot Millville, ha* joined
atmosphere f Ctrl like I owe thi alto ta
Charles D Mower of the Rudder, a his family a t Faikm ow n
my»*!
And I ’ve already made se
I arle»
well knowh designer of small boat
Services on Sundays at 10.30 A. M. and 7.45 P. M. On
pictures from IIAHÑK & CO, big stock»Mina Marion Finch hnt returned here
V. d«
Amy,
tha
HAHNE
S
STORE
la
simply
great ? Wl
and was last year a winner in most
Iter n aojoum through Baltimore I
Weekdays at 745 P. M.
hours
there
looking
at
thing*
and
buying
evi
-rytiir
of the races in which she took p a r . md Washington
Newark. Meet me there aouie day
K K ng and P La niton were Sunday I
carrying
off
the
Sewell
and
Morgan
Spiritual M eeting*:
Earnest Singing:
Good Music
Bring the kiddiea to see baby John.
vieitora hare
cups. She is owned by John
MerrittJM
Price
»pent
Saturday
and
!
JOHN SIMPSON, Secretary
Norris, a well known newspaper­ Sunday at Beach Haven
With love, bletaya your friend,
LOU
man, treasurer ol the corporation
Mr» Henry Parker waa a week end j
that owns and publishes the New visitor at Beach Haven
Miae Dorris Parker h a a returned
York Times and Philadelphia
home after aa abaeoce of a few weeks
Ledger, and also chairman of the
Miss Fannie Price has been spending
Mrs Troxler and children oil
STAFFORDVILLE
committee o f the national asso­ a few days at Beach Haven and At­
-----aie visiting her p,reuu, W H :
ciation of publishers that has been lantic City
Ambrose Salmons of Barnegat spenti * "! ^
1
Capt Abram Price and party caught
fighting ihe paper trust for somt
Saturday here
A H Salmons of Philadelphiaaq
over
300
weakhsh
on
Thursday
years
past
IN T H E COOL OPEN AIR
Mr. S B Winter, of Ship, Bottom wa, ’ l?®*1!* VaCaUon wi,h hi*
Charles Parker was a Sunday visitor
After the race Commodore John her*
in town iast week
I H f ,* l"!ons w
Miss Sadie Aker of Mavettn vi.ited ' , A , h* ro h»d charge ol the
Lucey, of the Island Heights
Miss Frances Price suffered from a
| c h u r c h s e r v i c e S u n d a y evening
Club, presented the big Morgan severe attack of acuta indigestion here last week
Harry Pharo of Beach Hs
Mr
and
Mrs
W
S
Cranmer
spent
a
day
h.
, - -----Cup to the winner and also a hand­ Friday
Every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
in Atlantic City last week
" K hU old^ ° ' n' forj^cejhy.
Clarence
Price
and
John
A
Parker
some medal to each man in the
Salmon Bros are on the beach work- 1
have launched their power boats Hal C
ing at their trade
lobbing and alterations—H. R
winner’s crew, which was composed and Tom Cat
Ellis Cranmer of West Creek has
,nlrnctor and builder, Tritasr
of John Norris, J r ., captain; Ar­
Mrs William Cook and the Misses
O PPOSITE TH E POST OFFICE
j *n8
thur Kiefaber, sheet tender; W. Elsie and Bertha Cook accompanied by driven a well for John Dibb
Last week was all "Hello Bill" 011 the
Elbert Cook, Charles E . Sayre. J . W S Crunrner and Miss Nellie Giberson
Main Shore road as the herds of Elks
Steinbach ’s July Sale
H. Beatty and Charles D Mower, ot Cedar Run were recent visitors here went through
Mr Hayes Parker has returned home
First Picture at 8.1 5 P. Mthe designer o f the Virginia.
Blackberries are plentiful and cheap;
Women’s Lingerie Dresi
after spading a few weeks in Cookstown
potatoes scarce and high
The race was arranged by a re and other places through the state
Iskirts, blouses, shoes, etc
A load of people from Mnnnaha'.vkin
gatta committee consisting ofThell
and Cedar Run went to Atlantic City
well
R
.
Coggeshall,
Commodore
.logrph Carter, who lms boon a mem- i
»•»
— * -------The August issue of Outing is brim last week in an autobus to see the Elks
NEW EGYPT
Ii"r -;I I’yrauiiil Ibo<tset NoUtt. K. imd I John *A. Lucey, Ray Vanderher- ming over with tips for vacation plav parade. Some of the load got lost in
A. M-, iinCP Mahlt 1,». iNiO. «1i«»«l al I .
. .
_ ,
. . .
and work from farming, boat-house the crowd when time came to start
F IF T H FO It NEW BUY I T .
liix home in Ch<wt«Tfie1d on the 7th inst., chen, of the Island Heights Club;
iU!»mI 77» yearn.
New Egypt, N. J .. July If».* -Striking
building and sailboat racing down to home, and reached home the next dav
K.
C.
Knight,
of
Seaside
Park
Club;
out lit nu n, EugL'iiart won hid tilth
The New Egypt lee Co. in maiiufac
photography, tishing, and plain indus­
The young ladies of the Cedar Run
straight train»* for Now Egypt thin titturin^r 14) to 15 ton« of ice each tluy |Paul Fenn, of Bay Head Club.
trious loafing
WE HAVE A LARGE
ternumi, tl»*f<•HtilíR Moort-i»town. it to 2.
The water come« from their own arte«
M E church will give a suppe
JaturRacing
length
and
time
allowamount on hand, which we
inn well, 500 feet deep, and i» absolute­
Vacation stories include Hulbert day evening 22d inst
Rev. C harles M. Boswell
Bishop T. B. Neely
:
John Handley
!
Moving Pictures
A BIG SHOW
ISLAND
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Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Thompson have
been spending sonic time in Asbury
Bark.
\Y. C. Moore is at Gape May attend­
ing the summer school at Unit place. Mr.
Moore will tearh again the coining win­
ter at North field, Atlantic county, where
he spent the past year, and where he is
principal of the school.
The New Egypt Cornel Bard furnish­
ed music for tin* Baptist linn -st home
at Hornerstown. on Wednesday evening.
ly pure.
Brown and Worth’s bungalow on the
banks of Oakford Lake bus been rented
to George Schuell, of New York, for
the season.
A. E. <-lift landed two nice bass that
weighed over five pounds.
Mrs. Hannah K. Wilbur is reported
in a serious) condition in a Trenton lios
pita).
Miss Ida Boyd, of Philadelphia, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. George L.
Shinn.
W ill Aid Roads to New Egypt.
::
Boat
Bouquet
Dorothy
Mary E .
Virginia
Peerless
Cora
Racing
Length
28.00
25 03
25.08
26.00
23.10
27.03
Time
Allowance
Scratch
2.54
2 27
2.06
4.22
.48
T H E Y A C H T CLU B DOCK
SEA SIDE PARK :: NEW JERSEY
Fine Assortment of
ICE CREAM
CANDIES
SOFT DRINKS
TOBACCOS AND CIGARS
Visitors from Toms River, Island Heights and other
Towns Welcomed.
Footner's “ Canoeing <n Eden,'! an ac­
Crops were much helped by the re.
count of a canoe trip through the lakes cent shower
and rivers of Florida everglades. This
Roscoe Conklin has been on' the sick
is a pleasant, quietly humorous story of list
varied happenings with a good outdoor
Mr and Mrs Otto Salmons arrived
fiavor
home Sunday for awhile
will dispose of at attractive
prices Can also furnish
cedar siding and bont boards
CEDAR CREST MILLS
Cedar Crest,
Oc? an County,
The time of the racers was:
Boat
Virginia
Peerless
■Mary
— E.
—I Dorothy
1 Bouquet
j
|Cora
Start
Finish
Corrected
Time
Mt. Holly, July 18. -Taking ndvan
2 17.15
3.5 J . 54
1 37.33
tage of a provision of the road law per­
2.18.14
4.01.35
1.38 59
mitting the freeholders to assist in the
2 18.25
2.01.30
1.40.38
payments of roads constructed by town¡hips and under the Slat*- Aid Act, the
2.17 07
4.01.07
1.41.06
Township Committees of New llanover
2 16 20
3.58.30
1.42 10
North Hanover and Chesterfield ap2.17.03
pea red before the board ot its recent
4 01 15
1.43.24
session and asked that they be given
assistance
in order to carry
out tin .
..........................
..... - ..............The Morgan Cup is the costliest
good roads projects that thev lntd on L fn n Lf.
, tv
.1» diicrcii
...... . .at
hand. ■
. I’lie i.onr
*
„
.. tlx.... troPh.* mailed for on Barnegat Bay,
rate of
$50
a
mile
toward
the
construe
■'
......""
" ........ i and was donated by the then State
tion of the proposed improved roads
from I.ewistown through Wrights- Comptroller J . Willard Morgan of
town and Cookstown to Ocean county
line, connecting with the road to New Camden, in 1902. Its deed of „gift
!'-«i't: ti'uin Wi'iglijstown iiu-miuii makes it a perpetual trophy for an
Pointville to the New Hanover township i
*
* ^
........
line on the road to Brown’s Mills, ami annual race on the third Saturday
.v„t I r. _
J
from Chesterfield to it...
the North l!..,w
Hanover
„ ,
township line....... the mini to x.-w ot J ul> each year open to entries
Eirypt.
from Island Heights, Sea Side Park
I, & T. BALLANTYNE
OPPOSITE ::
ance was:
Bay Head and Mantoloking ciubs.'
It has been sailed for seven times.
In 1903, Bouquet, owned by R. T.
Patterson of Island Heights was
the winner;in 1904, it went to Bay
Head with George Bailey’s Hum­
mer; in 1905, Henry Babson’s
Another Old Maid took it to Sea
Side Park, and in 1906 repeated
the same performance, while in
1907 Manahassett did the same
trick; in 1908 I. H. Y. C. carried it
back to Island Heights and in 1909*
kept it there another year; in 1910
Virginia was the winner for Island
Heights and again in 1911.
fn the morning a ladies race was
¡sa.ied and won by Miss VerPlanck
of Bay Head. There were six en-
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E carry in stock onl\ the best
ol material in each grade, and
we always have it on hand.
ï our order is no sooner received
than we begin to get it out for
delivery.
Our prices are always most satistactory, our aim being to look
after the customer’s good wiii and
pocket as well our own financial
benefit.
In fact a straightforward and open
book management is our b e s t
recommendation.
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Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, Nails,
Hardware of every descriptionin fact everything you can possibly
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a Specialty
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