BANK -RE&1STER.
;VOLUME
XLVI. NO; 7.
STORAGE BUILDING SOLD.
l i m i t WMkly. Eotoraa u sWoond-CUss MatUr at th« Po«t•fflca at Eld Bank, M, J , Mjd«r th« Alt ol March Id. 1111,
MARRIED
ONCE
MORE.
RED BANK, N. J., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1923.
ESTATES GO TO FAMILIES.
TAXICAB BUSINESS SOLD.
TO GIVE PLAY IN OPEN AIR.!
$1.50 Per Year.
NO PROFIT BUT LOTS OF FUN.
PAGES 1 TO 10.
ORIOLES DEFEAT MYSTICS.
Joseph Johnston and Frank Galatro
Councilman and His Wife Renew
I American
Legion
Block D a n c e o n
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Sell Out to Charles Bottagaru.
Tlieir Marriage Vow*.
Broad S i r e d Last Wednesday.
"EVERYMAN"
TO
BE
SHOWN
AT
JOHN F. LAFRANIERE SELLS BIG
WILLS
OF
TWO
RED
BANK
RESIRED BANK. TEAM WINS SUNDAY'
Joseph Johnat'Mi and Frank (lalatru
Seventy-live guests from Keif Hunk,
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T h e American Legion did n o t m a k e |
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS.
BUSINESS PROPERTY.
DENTS PROBATED.
BY 4 TO. 3 SCORE.
huve sold their While stsir taxicab
•omtnlo, 1'ort Monmuuth, Asbury
a n y n i u m : y a t t h e nioi-k tianci- heldbusiness to Charli•> HoUagaru. The
Wednesdayj
Mcmbtra of the Boro Busies Concern 1 ark, Uiielle, Hruiiley Heueh, Glen- Mrs. Virginia E. Steele Left Her E.- sale includes live ta.xirubs and all the F r i t z L u i b ' e r , S h a k e s p e a r e a n A c t o r , l o ' u i . lij-i..-iii .--trcel l a s t
Belmar
Outbatted Red Bankers b u t
Ko.«——Other n i g l i t . but it did p r o v i d e a tine tiini- j
Buy the Building on the Corner of lola, I.one; nranch* Munagquan find
Their Hits Came a t Times Wutm
Btate to Her Son and Grandsons, and
equipment of the company, ! A p p e a r i n L e a d i n g
Liikewnod
attended
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wedding
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Mechanic Street and Globe Courts anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Schenck
They Were uf Little Avail—Oriolw
William L. Hedenborg Left All His D a n d •„; " h t H ,.,, v
is provided and
iu d a i i o ' .
T h " sidewalk.- were crowd- j
! J i n PiUy*
• for $37i050.
Property to H I I Wife.
to Meet Norwoods Next Sunday.
S. Thompson uf Chestnut street lust
the office continues to be on Mon| eil w i t h pi'ojili
a m i t h e > u i ' e t in-Tin1 Boro Auto Sloruge, incorpor- Thursday night.
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The Oii^fc!! on Sunday defeated
Mrs. Virginia .K: Steele of Broad mouth street, opposite the .station.
The couple whose
' u v i - i - n ' .Mnnmi.utij Htri-i-.t a n d W h i t e
ated, u new company, has bought silver iimiiversiiry was observed were street, Red Hank, formerly of Spring Five chauffeurs an- employed. John j r c i i i i i ' i i u ! tif A t i u i i l i u liighlafffiV a r e i -t r <•< t ' •.. ;is w i l l tiili'd w i t h r u u p h - s > y 1 ^
sties'of Belmar hy a Hcore of
.lohti I1'.' IiMrranit'ro'a big huilding on re-married. Kev. W. Kollaud Haver Lake, who died u^hort time ago while Layton has been made manager of [ l e n d i n g UK'ir a i d t u t h r p e r t urniaiUM- ' d a i ' c i n g t o mii.-ir p r o v i d e d liy a L o n g i 4 to .i in a well played jraine. F a x
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the northeast corner of Mechanic performed the ceremony.
Mr. and
T i n - niii.-ii.-jans was on the mound for Ked -Bank and
on a visit at Spring Lake, left a will the business by Mr. iSottugaro.
b r a i i i ' l l liia.>>- h a m l .
Ml reel. The price- was $,'i7,(jfi(lj Thin Mrs, ,J. A. Miller of Lung Hranch which Nhe made in liHU. She left
Mr. Hottagaro lias been lyigugi'd in! " K v t ' i y n i a j ] , " w h i c h will b<j ^ J V C M S.;. w ' - r i ' si- atcil on t w o trucks. .There was Bob Stewart performed in the bojK
deal has- bCel.1,., pending since more were the attendants ami Dorothy $1,000 to her niece, Florence 1. Mur- the taxicab liusine.-s eight
^ w k jyears._ The
^ __ | u n l a y u i i e n i o o n oi' j i c x t w e e k , T u t m n r l i
•unl'-tti t h r o w i n g and o t h e r fur Belmar. Whilu Belmur gathered
than a inonLh ago, when the company Thompson, youngest daughter of Mr. ray,
business whichi h e h;i^"just"'l'>'ouKht ' ) ' l a y W i i l l ' c P»'('St-'iiU-ii in \\\v o p e n a i r kinds o I' ni''iryiniikir.g, but there was more bits than the Orioles most ol
To her son, Francis L. Duilt
got'MM
property^
roperty^ and jind Mrs. Thompson, Was dower girl. Bonque, she left $1!),000, and this was started sev en v . - a t s ULTO b y J a m o B I U u i . i n . s w u u ; . , u pii:tu.u-Mjui' i-pni <;n mi row iyiKm or trouliie of a n y kind.' their hits carni' at times when they
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p option on thep
were of no use us far as scoring-was
o l - M o u n t liitel...•!!, j ;
h sail!
i wasffd
l stFFrida
i d y af- A boquet was presented to Mrs.
the
effected lu
son, during his lifetime, in to have the und Walter Anderson. They also had the
at u
-tage uf the festivities H e n
Thompson and there were other gifts, use and income of all the rest of her a t r u c k i n g a n d t r a n s p o r t a t i o n husi- ; above A t l a n t i c Highlands.
lernoon.
Fe.w ai ti- rv K. llvlin, c.iininander of the Ainer- c o n c e r n e:d.
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The eiynpany conwista ol' the mem- including (lowers from the Lions' cluo estate except a sum sufficient ty main- ness which grew so rapidly that they lieml stage elfeets will bi' needi
i<"-:.n l.-giun post, called upon Mayor
' lie Orioles- B o t two r u n s 111 t h e
liers of "he Itoro Busses, a concern and the Ked Bank pure ice company. tain in suitable condition her burial disposed of the tuxicub business to the site selected, permits tin- use «u •\ jvliiliiild I, Miller for a -piccli The ' s e c o n d i n n i n g on hits by M a n u e l a n d
which r u m jitney busses between The house was profusely decorated plot in Mount Moriah cemetery. At Charles Wesson of Fair Haven in or-nitturul settings 01 tree.-- aiul mi-K-, mayor n-Vnoiidcd bv saving t h a t it 1 B a x t e r a n d a -poor, t h r o w of Mr.InMecca Inn at lied Hunk ami Sea- with flowers and a line collation was the death of her son (.hat part of her der to (jive all tlieir time to the'r with the ocean in the background.
tta.: not t h e time' n o r place for l o ,ig ! tosl^s^ g r o u n d e r b y Itesta, p p l a y i n g
hright.
Tile members of the com- nerved.
Fritz Leiuur, the noted bmike.-pi-aiestate of Which her son was to have other enterprise. Mr. Wesson sold the
rrrnaiks. ln'i-ausi' those prt-.-->J
for Belmar. in the fifth inning
pany are William L, KusHell, John J.
•e a lot better time en- ' \
more runs were gathered
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Mr.:.Thompson in a councilman of the use and income during hfftP life- tuxieab business tu Frank and John can actor,, will illay the leading I'JU
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lild
Quiun, Theodore U. l'iir.sons and Al- Ked Hank, u director of the,ice com- time is to go to Mrs. Stoele's two Brasch and it was from them that Mr. and he will lie assisted by oilier pm- ji.ying the bloc
>ek <l:im-i' tlian listening Mfi
when the right ffielder
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f
forth
the
beit Llurdge. The IJUM concern oper- pany mentioned," president
grandsons, ('lnyton DuB.oKque nn<\ Johnston and Mr. (ialatru bought the fessiynals and by talented aniuU'iia.-. to lengthy : p
lies. 'II'iKj.said h e Mystics let a drive by Leddy roll past
ates seven- curs and these will he S. Thompson contracting company Steele DuKosque, share ami shar"e bu.sinoas. Mr. (Jalatro is now em-The play was w;ritten iiy^an unkniiv.i-,
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the
him,
Leddy
taking-third.
tlie
objei
wanted
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stored iu the building whicli Mr. La- and a member of the Lions' club.in .the fourteenth century and
Mrs. Steele' son. and her two iiloyod hy Mr. Huttagaro. Mr* '!"onk
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I'llmar scored one run in the third,
b a n
i'raniere .sold. Parking and storage Mr. and Mrs. Thompson have seven alike
impressive work ol a r t with Mock danci-, v.tiii-h was t o provid
Johnston is a clerk in the.Ked Bank i'
grandsons
are
executors
of
the
will.
rh.-iit :ui(l otb'
at t'-li on a pass tu lilrit, a stolen base and
iSpace iumdo and outside of the build- Children.
[many dramatic situations. .
They are Mru. Charle The witnesses were Harriet F. Gibson, postoilice.
a single', in the eighth the Mystics
ti'Mi i'or disa!ili.'d
• inn v^ill be rented to automobiliats.
Mr. Bottagaro's business has grown I The performance is being given un- or d'.'i'lari'il Ihiit i \v;is thi'se vt.'tcrati:- scored two more wli«'ii Leddy let a
Kaynorof I'urt Monmouth and Alma, C. Henry Craig and James 1'. VanThe property has frontages of 70 Dorothy, Herbert, Leroy, Melvin and Schoick, all of Spring Lake.
from the time he started his first taxi- ;der the direction of the Citizens' aV- whu had won thi \\itr. Hi- said Mng- ball get through and.gave the hatter
sociation of Atlantic Highlands and
•feet on Mechanic street and 170 feet Kenneth Thompson, who live at home.
William Lapedge lledenberg of Red cab eight years ago. He has been a is free to the public. Thousands, ui land, anil 1I' rancc wi'iv virtually licki-i! ; three bases.
on Globe court. The lund is irregu
Those present a t the celebration Bank made his will November 2'Jil, consistent Register advertiser and .he
out Ijy tin-when tin Ami-ri •alls got on tlir nthi 1 Bill Woorner of l.ukewood started
lar in tihape and the eastern end of were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirk and li)i!0. The will was short and was aa attributes his increase of business Jto I invitations will be sent
After
; committee, oi' which I1'. A. VYnite..is side b u t thai t h e lighting nf the at second for the Orioles.
the properly is much deeper than the daughter Evelyn, Rev., and Mrs. ,W,
a
"large
extent
to
this
advertising.
'hi-r •Baxter was injured in the eighth
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Other miimbers of theAmericans 1turnrd Uin si-ale- tH•- n
wutiU'i'ii end. In addition to the big Holland Haver, Mr. und Mrs. Charles follows:
lt all my ju.,t ilt'bts Inl-'ii-Ht:
coipmittee are Ira Antonides, Stan- way. -, 'Yin m a y o r g'>t a lot ofap- when a runner collided with h i m ,
• building, which occupied about three V. Thompson, Mrs. M. h: Johnson lmifl.
T h e legion tiuik in .^ H Wocrner went to third and Touch'at
NEIGHBORS IN A SCRAP.
floy Hculthorp, Charles K. Orovi'i-, p l a u s e .
fourths of the land, there are sixMr. and Mrs. Frank ilouse am
Kiriiml:
h i ' ti> my tx-li. > i-il wifr.- l-'runsAuiul.
'M.
Mortenson, 11. D. Little, 11. II. which, ju.'it aii(Hl'_ i-b-ari'd •.-Npeo
sheds whicli will be used to rent space daughter Annabel, Mr. and Mrs. Vic.<lfiilic
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ly nf
1 m a y <'ir I H Felix Tumidiski of Colt's Neck Has 'Whealon, David Tuinen, John 10.
.for automobiles. The open land will tor Goudridge, Mrs. Laura Sinilh am
r will]
miy
Tony
Rinkowski
Arrested.
Stone, M. (J. Jones and. W'alur .1. B E L F O R D ' S N E W P O S T M A S T E R . ' at Lukewoud 'and on Saturday afteralso be used for this purpose. There Louis Colmortfiin of He<) Hunk; Mrs
I niny
<-nl,'
in wli
noon they will go to Bclnmr for a re\
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Felix Tumidiski of Cult's Neck had Roberts.
will be sp.ice for at least lfiO ear.-* on Lafayette C. Ruynor- and Mr. and
In- ih.- u - i l l
an iiitcri-sl: k n
Unit il' i
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neighbor,
Tony
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Elwood Runyon A p p o i n t e d t o Taite turn game with the Mystics. Next.
the properly_nhd it is believed that Mrs. Charles J. Hayno.r of Port MonThe
patrons
and
patronesses
of
the
to lit- inur- ed last week.
i-i' KlHuiiur. w h u i s i l l "
Sunday afternoon the Orioles will
Mr. Tumidiski says airSir are Vice Chancellor and Mrs.
the new owners, by making thin use muuth; Mr. and Mrs. George Apple- i l m i l / lai lm
t h e Place of Daniel B e n n e t t .
i pi'tiviili'il f u r .
that Mr. Rinkowski was chasing his John K. Foster and Mayor and Mrs.
of the place, will.BO a long way to- gate of Harmony, Mrs. Klki J. Bills r i i ' iIl :ii>P<'i»l
Khvood K u n y m bar bri-n appoint- meet the Norwoods a t Long Branch.
n* m y executor
without
limm-.
(Tumidiski's)
horse
with
an
axe
and
wards solving the congested traffic mil Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bills and m y b , - » t r r i i ' i n l . A r t h u r I I . filmlwin , . f K n i ' l o II. A. llendrickson of Atlantic lliy'l.-- ed a c t i n g postma:-tfr of Ki-lfonl an.d
problem which has caused so much in- ,. •• of Leonardo; Mrs. Lucretia WIIIIII N . . 1 . . U > » » ' i n t : ' I n - w i l l ",--.n-.v n ' H m ythat when he told .Mr. Kinkowski to lands; Mr, and Mrs. il. 1'. Clrilds, Ui. be will begin his duties a s soon
SPRATLEY MEETS HIS MATCH.
'omenience and trouble at Ited Bank, ' Riddle
* of Katonlown, Mr. ami Mrs. w i n i ; i , . " ' l i , 111* lii'Kt i h t i - i " » t « nl m y - f n i n i l y . leave the horse alum' Mr. Kinkowski I. \V. Druniniond, Frank C. iioughton, certain red tape formalities are cornEdgar Chambers of Highlands refused to do so. Mi. Uinkows.Ui said
Ferry of Harrison Keeps Se»,1.
Alfred
Miller
and
Mary,
Beatrice;
Lew
plied
with,
which
will
probably
l)f
'Mr. and .Mrs. John Cutler, ilenry
especially on Saturday nights.
miirle his will in lUlT). Me left his that the horse was trespassing on his
bright Battler Guewing-.
is 7(1 feet wide and Orrin Miller of Long Branch; vvatch and chain to his son, hdgar O. . , „ ^umidi^ki s , he ,(old
The main building is
. , Mr.
. , Urowne, i l l . an"d Mrs. Charles I-'. IJu- tins week. IL.-i a p p o i n t m e n t came as
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tuld
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Mr
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Mrrf
K vv iluj!llis
a surprisi- to most l i i l f o r d folks, as
built n M _. uM M -. s _ , > 1 ] 1 , l e i , y wilguss of Chambers, and he left all the rest of
liud Spratlcy of Soabright met his
and 1.Hi fei-t d
deep. It,
U was
vvas i.uill
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and
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DuBuis,
'Mr.,
and
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Daniel Bennett, tin present post- match at the Ocean Park casino a t
number ol years ago by the late J • A s , | U , y P i v , . k , Mr, and Mrs .Alfred .1. his estate .to ..his
. wife, Emma A. was not owned by .Mr. Kinkowski but M |
Mr.s. Daniel frost, Mr. and Mrs. John mj.-Irr, did nul r r s i g n a n d no notice Long Branch last Friday night when
.1 obnes llemlnck:;on and it is one ol ,M
, < | luu ,.|,ti'r,Jeiinie of Hnul- Cliambers. The will was witnessed by the Tintcrn. wak-r company and
liimmell, Mr. und Mr.s. J. K. Ilileli- of a n e x a m i n a t i o n for t h e position he went up against Lew Ferry of
the best cun.Hructed buildings o its ; ,
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i,. S . Thomp-! | , v William W: Corse and George -K. that the company permitted him to tock, Mr. and ills. J.C. iJ. Hunip.-ilone,
was posted.
T h r jxu-tollice will be Harrison in thi; main bout of eiffht
Mr; llendrickson
kind in Ihe'lowii.
Mr. Ilendrickson Jn u | .I ,,: L , l , h o l , l j M l , l l m l M r s . W i l - ' .lenkinson,
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pasture his horse there because Mr. Dr. and Jhv. Ignutius C. Heiua. Louis move1.] from Mr. Hi-nnett's store lo rounds.
Ferry carried the light t o
used the building in his livery busi- liam
DeBow of ~Munasiiu.au, Mr.
Margaret
Simonsoii
ot
.Spring
Lake
id
T u m ; ( t j. s ki looked after the company's A. Miciiaeisoii, Mr. anil
Mrs.
Oscar
Mr.
Uuiiy.ii's
.-tin
.Mi •'. -IJcnncu .has Spratley in every round and while
ness. Two other liverymen who in Mrs. Charles II. Steward of Glendola, Beach left all her estate; to her t w " I inopei-ty. Mr. Tumidiski says be adUnz, Mr. and Mrs. Howard S. Van- been postmaster
f
Belford
eight
Kpratlcy
was
not visibly damaged to
later yenr.i rented the building were Mr. and Mrs. J. Oscar Thompson and daughters, Ida Estelle Kindt an and ;
v j s c , d M r _ H i n k o v y s k , to have his farm
liommell, Miss Annette Ewart, Mr. y e a r s a n d during t h a t ' ; i m e t h e liusi- any extent he knew he had been i o
the hile, Solomon Kcteham and his.
family of Cassvjlle, Mr. and Mrs. Kur- Jessie Simonson, share and share surveyed,
and Mrs. Koduey VJiiss, Mr. and Mrs. m:
of ,-the ollice h a s grown from a real scrap,
.s;in. Lemuel KeLehiini. The last, oc-man Thompson and family, Mrs. Ida alike.
Mrs. Sinionson's two son:-., i
iliski says that after' he J. Edward Murphy,
ay
year.
Nearly
cupant of the huilding was Samuel J. Ileiidrieksun and son ('arleton, Mrs. Edward and Charles W. S' l
p y , Mi. and Mrs. $ , (1 to $ii.r>,(l()0
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Johnny Krister of lleadden's Cor'i'icol, who UM'II it as a gaiiige. About Laura White, and daughters Hazi-l son, were made executors. Th "!' n i made tthis remark Mr. Kinkowski Howard Nienlan, Mr. and Mrs. John ail of the ineivasi is due to a greater ner was a willing martyr for hia .,
w
an
axe
but
was
a yeiir or so ago Mr. Lafraniere spent and Mildred, and Mrs. Jennie Cottrell
F.
McCluun,
Mr.
anil
Mr.s.
Eugene
volunnof
inuni-y
unli-r
business.
The
brother
Charlie, who was matched
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at
him
with
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^ l u > - v l , Mr. and Mrs. Stewart S. postmaster's com|>cii.iatic>n is about with™George Myers of -Seabright but
$10,000 in repairing and improving of Vanlliseville, and Mr. and Mrs. was made. i Peter S. Lawrence "a "s / p r e v e n t e d from sinking him by Mr. Crowell,
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two
sons,
Walter
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Leland, $l,nmi a year. Mr. Hunyon is a Re- who withdrew. Johnny must like hia
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6il.g_ Hubert
Kobert Naegel of Greensburg, Indi- witnesses.
sejih Tumidiski. Mr. Tumidiski says Mrb~ .Jorm Leslie, Mr. and Mrs. Osi-ar publican and .Mr. Bennett is a Demo- brother a whole lot for he took an
The Iloro Hussos embatked in theana.
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j his neighbor struck one blow with the Lichtens.tein, Miss E. 11. Lott, Mr. oral.
jitney business lifteen months ago,
awful walloping in his stead. A right
THIEF AT COLT'S NECK..
; ^ - y ^ ) l U t h e h , ) l v e , )Ut u (Jid t — , - J j — — ; w/AlcMu^.nri)";. :'
when the trolley company' qu.it runcross to the jaw soon after the scrap
,
NEW EASTSIDE HOUSE.
an(1 M , - w
ning cars between Ked Bunk and
started sent Johnny to dreamlandA SHOT IN THE DARK.
H Got $10 at One House.'but Faded injure the animal much. After he M r s _ 'William G. Noe, Mr. and Mrs.
Kumsun.
Tilt business has grown | Chester Minton is Building It at a
Jack Brodack of. Camp Vail walto Get $174 at Another.
] was arrested Mr. Kinkowslu was haled p m l i p i)(.(^elS] Mr. and Mrs. William
Mrs.
William
and twenty men are now- employed.
Holmdel
Man
and
His
Mother
Have
] o p e( | J o e Klein of Newark all arouna
Cost of $12,000.
before
a
justice
of
the
peace
at
Freej
ghafis
and
Mr.
and
While
Louis
Snyder
and
Mrs.
un
The company's system is now genj"ones of
NewY
York;
a Dangerous Experience.
£ju, nng in a six-round affair but was
Chester Minton in building a house Asher Crawford of Colt's Neck were hold
l and"
d he
h was held
h l d in
i $500
$500 bail
b l H.
fN
k Mr. and Mis.
_ j wwConnolly
erally regarded as the best operated for his own occupancy on the south away from home last week a thief, for the action.of the grand jury. HeH
George
of Jersey City, VicPeter McDonough of Holmdcl was unable to. produce thr sleep making
jitney bun system in the slate. The side of Knst l'Yont street/ near brake into their homes. Mr. Snyuer's got a bondsman and he was released. t o l . i . e r l e y o f East Orange, Mr. and r i d i
Joe O'Brien of Elizabeth and
h o m ( , f r u m K o i l ,,.lMk w i u , . h i , p u n c h .
member.-, of the eohrpnny regard their Grange avenue ami near the home of house was the first one entered and
Mrs. Harry Eldndge ol Bayonne. nwth\,v
l a s t Wednesday night and was Billy Lewis furnished a corking eightnew ai'o,iii*it-ion as admirably adapted his father, Augustus Minton, where two five-dollar
Mickens
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of Hobokcn, Mr. and near ihe end of his trip
' when a man round atYair.
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These boys have fought
gold pieces were GARAGE DESTROYED BY FIRE. George ""'
for automobile parking purposes on he now lives.
without eiwnei
either being
Mrs. William Stewart of Paterson, jumped out from the underbrush on eight times witnoui
««.•*
George W. Sewing taken. The house was ransacked and
account, of its location only a block drew the plans and he has the con- when Mr. and Mrs. Snyder returned Electric Wire Thought to Have Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Brpok, Mr. and the side of the road and said: "Didn't knocked out and Friday's bout also
flMlli the riKiill business district of the tract to build the house; The house home they found the floors of every
Caused Broad Street Blaze..
; Mrs. A. C. Case, David H. Clark, Mr. 1 tell you to stop." Mr. McDonough went the limit. Lewis had a tntte
town. They expect to put the build- will be of colonial type, 32x28 feet, voom littered with things taken from
The garage a t*the rear, of Mrs. C. and Mrs. Charles I). Lithgow and Mr. •wns driving a spirited horse and the the best of the argument. Jimmy
in"1 into uai' in a few days. Not many and will be enclosed with widi; weath- closets and drawers. Evidently cash K. Thomas's house on Broad street and Mrs Samuel Putnam ot Brook- man jumping out from the side of Smith
,_,„.,tll of
„ Brockton,
„
. Mass.,. put
- Al
.
changes will he necessary to make it erboards.
was
destroyed
by
lire which
was
dis' lyn
and Mr. and Mrs. J . K. Clark ot the road frightened the animal. It Slinger of Elizabeth away early in
A porch ten feet wide,
the only kind of booty the in10
U L o W v j t u
v y ,I I Lv
i »k i » v i »
T»*»NJ
" » > j
v
suitable 'for parking and storing auto- enclosed with glass und with a green truder wanted.
bolted and an instant later a shot was the second round of their matchvereti- about 11:45 Saturday night.-i lonkers.
osed with g
mobiles.'
I tile floor, will be all the way across
fired by the man. The horse did not |
Mrs. Crawford returned home while A short circuit in an electric wire is
HIGHLANDS BABY PARADE.
front of the house. The rear the thief was in an upstairs room in believed to have caused the blaze.
stoj) running until it reached its J BASEBALL GAME TOMORROW.
NEW BUSINESS FOR RED BANK. porch'will be enclosedd with
i h glass.
l
Th
The her house.
The robber climbed ! The lire had gained .considerabl i Third Annual Event to Be Held TKere stable and Mr. MclJonough had hard
1
headway when discovered by Mrs. I
f Police Usues Challenge fmt
work to keep it from running away. Chief
Friday, August 31st.
Three. New Yorkers to Run a Store roof will be of asbestos shingles. The through a window on the rear porch Thomas and although the rircmen
a Running Race.
:
house
will
have
six.
rooms
and
a
bathMr. McDonough believes that the shot
roof and jumped to the ground. He
on Monmouth Street.
' '
vnnrn. Oak floors will be laid in allgot away. Nothing was taken at Mrs. were quick in responding they were I The third annual Imby parade and was lircd by a demented man, or by The deciding game of a series ^beJi'H'rey tiros, have rented half of
unable
to
save
the
building.
A
Peergala
day
will
be
held
at
Highlands
a man who mistook him for someone tween the business men and profesrooms of tthe iirst story
y except
their store building on the south side ' the kitchen, where there will be a Crawford's. There was $174 in cash less sedan in the garage was gotten ; August 31st.
Seven divisions will
sional men of Red Bank will bo
in one of the rooms, hut the thief did out by the firemen undamaged save j make up the parade, they being baby else.
of Miiiiinoul.il street for live years tot floor of cream mugnisate.
i t
Th
living
The
played late tomorrow afUmoon ott
Max and l'lmil (Irossrnan and Ahrain room will be 17x113 feet and it will not find it.
for the paint being scorched.
The ! coaches and go-carts in any decoraNEW
SCHOOL
FOR
RED
BANK.
the Oriole diamond. It will he under
iiraunslein of New York, who will \ have a fireplace and a colonial stairgarage contained a fully equipped tion, doll coaches, including costume
the direction of the American lcgian
FIREMEN'S
ELECTION.
for child; express wagons, driven or M l a , M a r y E . Cornell and Mian Lois and
open a drv goods and women's ready- case. The bathroom will have a tile
laundry and chauffeur's quarters.
the proceeds will go to the legion.
to-wear clothing business on Septem- floor and sidewalls and a bwlt-in-tub. Union Hose Company Held Annual
Peacock to Open It.
Charles Brister of Headden's Cor- drawn by one or more children; cos•\s an added attraction Harry H.
ber 1st. The rental was made by , The house will be provided with a vaner• ppicked
up
colors,
Election Last Week.
i
Mrs.
J.
C.
Brewer
has
rented
her
up a broken wire he saw on tu.mes in fancy dress or college
Mrs.
.1.
C.
has
her
hief of
Clayton, cchief
of police,
police, h a s chalWilli:im A. Hopping. The Grossman* • por heating system, electricity, gas
in burlesque, floats
" - • • ' and house on Broad street to Miss Mary lc el nl lgv et uo n anyone
over thirty years of
The annual election of Union hose the rear lawn near the garage and' costumes
turnouts.
A
"mardi
jjras
and
mnnui'acUiti' women's ready-to-wear ; and other improvements. It will cost company
pony.
E
E.
Cornell of Middletown village und
was held in the nrchouse on I was badly shocked Firemen shut the masked
running race of
t o m e o t him in a runnii
ball will he held in the even- M
clothes at New York and they will i $1^,000 and will lie ready for occu
Miss Lois Peacock of New York for a ; -[,1() yyards.
The chief pla;
plays on t l »
a r u S
Shrewsbury avenue lnst Wednesday I electric current off to prevent any- ing.
Entry blanks can he obtained private school which*will be opened
.send the product of their factory to pancy by November. else
being
injured.
professional men's team and d u n n g a
night and the following officers were
at Rowland's pharmacy, Bedle's phartheir Ked .Bank store. Mr. Krnunnext
month.
\
\
llliam
A.
Hopping
i.
.
,
t
game
he
knocked
a home rune(
c
n
elected:
macy,
titein lias dry goods stores at Newark
y Johnson's pharmacy, Cashion's made the rental.
WANT BRIDGES REMOVED.
Mrs. Brewer re- People who
- saw him
• • run on that
'*•-'• oc—
Camping in Mountains.
PriMiilrnt —Eii'.vm-il Crrlin.
Harbor
F
l
b
pharmacy,
h
W
Watman's
t
^
and Stapb'ton, Staten Island. The
Snug
Vii-t? pri-siilont—llfiiry Hi^Kitirt.
Misses Margaret Sutton, Virginia
and J. S. Hoff- served one room of the house for her casion say he covered the frromnd like
rjuartcrs which the new business will '
I'orcmiui—Kit want Sh,.'ppftril.
Petitions Being Circulated to Get Rid United Drug store
store am
own occupancy.
Miss Cornell and greased lightning and those wh_o_are
First assislmil Allrn Trytir. .
occupy wert' until recently rented by 'Saiidt. Janet and Catherine Cooper
of Two Unused Structures.
man's. Entries
will be received no Miss Peacock will live in the house. acquainted with his running abi'.itiw
.Sfi-oml insistimt — Wiirrrn ll iikwnltf
Thursda
•the Remnant Shop. The other store i and Mary Courvoisier of Red Bank
y afternoon, Aug- Miss Cornell is a daughter of a form- have small doubt that he can 1>«J«
l-'inani-ial jjei-rctHry—I.i'ou l -uniiurto
Louis
and
(ieorge
Frick
of
Red
j
in the building is used by Jeffrey left Tuesday of last week in Miss
K»- Bank are circulating a petition f o r | U s t
A.-»
rrct iu y— Hu
er rector of Christ church at Middle- any Red Hanker over thirty years ot
Bros, for their plumbing and eleetrie- Suttoii's automobile for the Pocono ti'lli'.
the war department to have two
town and'for several years she bus
Ki-curilmji di'cri'tu y John Murphy.
mountains in 1'ennsylvanin, when1
jil business.
_
BUG CAUSES AN ACCIDENT.
l-'ruki'.
Tr.-iiiim.r-'!':.
II.
bridges
removed
which
stretch
across
conducted a private school there. This
they will spend two weeks on a campl-'ii-i' pulU'i-—Jiihii Wonilwaril. Daniel Hop- the river at Ked Bank.
One
is
the
GOLF CHAMPIONS IN MATCH.
school will be discontinued. Miss Peade
Hill
Insect
on
Driver'*
Face
M
I
ing
trip. .I'ostal
U.
ng trip.
... card*, received lust k i n . , l.vc.n ll
AN AUTOMOBILE TRIP.
old Southern railroad bridge, part of
cock'has also been a teacher several
BviniPlt.
KiiKin.or--Wnll
Lose Control of Auto.
I Thursday by relatives and friends
Four
Well Known Golfer* t o P U j
—Walti'iVnnltiimt.
which
collapsed
during
a.
storm
six
j
Assistant
i
An automobile in which Mr. and years. She is a sister of Miss Emily
Two Lad. to Spend Three Weeks in : shiwved that the party had arrived
Holl'
Huy
at Atlantic Highland*.
Driv —Hu
weeks ago. The portion of the j
rl Hhil
'nin.',
Kilwnril Murphy bridge which gave way rests on the, Mrs. E. ,1. Kline and Ernest Sleoger I'eacock of Middletown.
New York State.
! safely at their destination.
Next Sunday afternoon
l
of Union Beach, near Kejport, were
On Saturday of this week John Osof the Beacon Hill golf club a*
atinn lli-nry Hi
River Plaza's Priie Beauties.
Visitor Waltt Hamilton.
born, son of Harry W. Oshorn of
itw>i'—lohn Murphy, Hurry
Berifcn place, and his cousin, StanElizabeth Louise and Evelyn Jean
y HorTman.
ley Wilkins, son of Wellington Wil- ; [jllK)i|good, twin daughters of Harvey
kins of Tinton Falls, will start on nit, Moodirood of Hiver I'lnza, won a
Drowned
at Highland*.
automobile
trip
New "York
utnte. prize of a silver loving cup at the
•••
•"'- :in XI
'• •"-'•'
George Klippman of Irvington was
They will make tlieir headiiuurters baby parade at Long Branch l'riday
drowned Saturday afternoon whil
at. . Saugerties
and from
that town , i|J
. .
i
in ^'|
connec tion with the carnival there.
He was a* . .
. .,„,„.„, iu M N » I - I S *•••<>»,•they will nutlto nutomohilc cxour.sioim ; '|'j u i y were dressed to represent ears bathine at Highlands.
state that Mrs. Groel has been very ' tional amateur champion, and 1'ranK
1..
I < t B l l x . i i • ( I l l l t l t II
•** t l l l l
u l l t l J*k
I ' 1 IIL
for the week-end. He was ! the
Central
rat road
company to remove
S l . h l . m hT assumed the blaim
J
the stnte.
Tin
to -various
points in
of corn. The twins won first prize Highlands
railroad
bridge
" f J
twenty
years
old.
The
body
was,
rethe collision.
He said a bug Hew sick with sciatic rheumatism but that. Dyer, metropolitan and New
two lads expect to be 11 way about last .summer at the baby parade at
.she is now improving. The letters champion. A small admission
covered
Sunday
by
Edward
Duncan
against
his
face
and
while
trying
to
7
three weeks.
am
Ashury Park.
were
mailed
from
Glasgow,
Scotland.
:
charged
and
the
receipts
will
irc
C
o
m
p
a
n
y
F
a
i
r
.
Hazlcl
and Louis Parker of Highlands. The
knock the bug olf he lost control of
Mr. and Mia. Groel will visit London, , turned over to Chief John R. bn
body was sent to lrvington for burial.
• c o m p a n y will buhl
I
his
machine.
^
^
Ha/.let
iir
__
,
.
k i l l
. .
..m
'
.
B ? . # | T .
and
Oboe
Orchestra.
Look! Read!
H> rniotiica
Paris IIIKI The Hague and they will ker for his Christmas relief fund for
1-lth annual fair and supper on
Prices rei.uctd in
... .:>..-*-.
^
shoo repairing.
employees at SniMllfinn
I snil for home on August -'Jd, on thethe poor.
Wednesday aid Thursday nights, j BRADEVELT STORE RAIDED.
balbing
pavilion
at
Sea-!
Special
half
solcn
sewed
$1.00;
rubBought
Half
a
Business.
llrnlh c i
• steamer Majestic.
haw formed a hnrmmiirn and , her heels 40 cents: Neolir, full soles
.eorge Mastotiras has bought a September Ulh and 13lh. Frank K. ' Its Proprietor and Couple Who Lived
Joe Stryker in Eastern L«««iw.
interest in the rnmous restau- Poling, t'liirence Pedee, Joseph C I
in
it
WereArrested.
oboe Diclii'slra and in tlieir spare with rubber heels $1.75. We Ruaran- hall
Joe Htryker of Atlantjc Highland*.
Gave Party ttt New York.
rrnl 011 Moiiniout h street, near the ('heriy, Ceorge L. White, Ernest K,
tee
Rood
work
and
quick
service,
Charles Yakens'a store at llillsilale,
t i m e from I heir bath housr d u t i e s
Mr. and .Mrs. Louis ,1. Mate of New formerly with the Ilcd Blank « ^ o l 0 . ^
Ked Hank railroad station, from i'eter Peseu'x nnd .li'M'ph H. Webster form near Ilradevelt, nnd the living rooms
rfhoeij
repaired
the
name
day
you
they give ciincerls al Ihe pavilion'*
the general i-unimittee.
i» now with the Worc/HttT I r a n i "
eavo them or while you wait. Grand Sluikus. Nicholas Stevens is the ownover the store, which are occupied by York, formerly of Little Silver, gav
r e c e p t i o n ball.
ihoe KopairitiK Shop, M. Grand, pro- er of the other htilf of the business.
Andrew Swenski, were raided last a nupper and dunce Toesdiiy night of the Knstern loiiKiic. On Sunday ha
Rose
Lovers,
Attvntion.
rirlor, 28 West front street, Ked Mr. Ma.itouras has hi en employod 11s
The raiders say they found last week a t the Kllsnicrc inn a t New- pitched his Iirst giltne atramat BridgeMonster Clnmhake,
The best way to select the vnrieties week.
head chef at the Strand restaurant.
York.
About TH guests were pres- port and lust liy n BCon- of 3 t o 1»
p r e p a r e d by Ihe best elamhake chef lank. Near trolley and bus waiting
of roses you would like to bavo in and confiscated •'!£> Kallons of liquor. ent, mostly from Ked llnnk, Little Sil- Slryki-r allow.-d ten hits but hi» teamin the »!:ilc, held by Long I l r a n c h •oom. lie sure you get in the right
ver, Lone llriineh and Ashury Park. niaies could get but aix tn>m th«
on—look for the niimo on the, winJuni'M .Suii^l club a t I'm t iiu-INu-k,
Mr.s. Mute was f o n u e i l y Miss Klentior Hridgeport hoxman.
L o n g I t r a i i i h , N. J . , on S n t u r d u y nf- low.—Ad vert iHpmvnt.
It
will
be
worth
bUBHUS or friends. I t is eool and com- , inspect our
She is a
1
HwtMiski were iirri'sted and s i f t e r Leonard nf Littlr Silver.
t e i n o o i i , AuiriiMt 1 111), l!t;;;i, TicketR
9«« Ui Firit.
Lhousunda
nnd
thoufortuhlo
and
you
arc
undur
no
ohli-1
your
while
t
d
a u g h t e r of Or. I'Vank 1. Leonard if
Visiting Chiropodist.
$,'l.ii». SIMIII money for rt-fcrviitiniiH
HpendiiiK ' w ,n 'lays
full bloom.
., • in jaithey w e r e , „
, . „ ,,,„,.,,
We noil tho loading make* o f Bran*,
that
plui'c.
Kiition
i
to
buy
b
anything—just
t
h
i
j
come
in,
i
•
HIIIIIIS
d
of
f
r
Dr. l''raiiei>a K. Cooko Cunler will
1
l« H a r r y II, l l a v i i o u , l.tl ( i r n n d IIVC_
|
' " " '. . .-».-„
upright, player, electric and ««pr»>dM»
a Rent and make yourself at j eompiiny. W i-t I< ront street, Klvur released on 'iul_;-_>_(p__
i n n \ Long llriiiii'li, N. .1., not Inter nnkc appointment! by telophone to
*„
Good Appearance Comes First.
i | n > , piunun (direct from factory) «t *
All nliirniiiK ami evening news- j Plaza, He Hank.—Ailvertiaement.
t)iun Aii);ii-4 Int. Kverything t o e a t iniu t " you whan noodnu. TeloKe«p Hoo
, , , , „ A well dreHiied person in buiiiiH'HHioonalderahlii Having to you. S a u i k M
!>H|iiTa,
tnaKazinoH,
story
books,
cithat goi'i 111 a clamba)\c.
Advnrliuc- phono Kntoritown '2109-M b«lw«rn
^Supper Mild C a r n i v f t l .
Dont Mew over a hot Htove. .,•!. u« |
,,,,„ , n c iul-1u i w n y B 0 » floor. Ou«n
p «»«ning« •—
( d n , , , ( o( ) l w
Ini'lil.
(i;()(l p. m. and H:H0 p. m.—Advertino- gars, clKiirettes, tolmcco, pipes, canTh* 1 t h i n l Jinnviul n u p p e r n n d e a r - do it for you. Our oooked roastH and i
, r H ( ) I 1 w ) u ) , , not | n p p o f , l t mmeii
ciit.
A.
A. B.
B. Dlrhan'I)lrhan'« H
tllcK, noibi, leu cream and nil novul1 y our fra1
me nt.
_
dependi.nt
tire
I
prepared
iiu-atB.
eflpec.ally
i
l
v
a
l
o
f
tin
Ir
r
i
u
'
a
u
I
m
l
•":.' . , .'.'."f. !:;!;! well .Treed. Dont let your cloth... | att.p.
at the Red Hank Waiting Koom,
p Driiriunimd place, K«d
on
tl...
MiKhlH
«r.w.t
H|..c...
Vlrg
nl»
cook.'d
mm.
w
p
Ket
out
of
niiup"!
when
we
clean,
and
'oiii[iniiV
will
I
"
'
KlVOIl
.-..
>..t.
.
.
.
„
.
.
.
.
,
.
of
town
hall.
l'hon« BtJ.—*
West
Front
street,
whero
nil
hussen
Nuiir..
(nur
i liealth.
I'lill.
1 11 > t, t I nl i ' i - I l o l i r I 1I I O l i i . l e
i preBH them with cane in thii modern AdvortlMeini'iit.
Ad
My wife, Hilda Tnvolino, having nto|) nt the door. Harry Hi'lgrnde, if Aiinii-'t '.'Hi, 10th and 11th a t the i iiavv you labor am
n
i
e
l
l
i
,
T
h
i
n
.
'
l
a
y
,
A
n
o
i
n
t
lomoriuu
' way. We clinin und dy« clutheit in a
h o t e . T h .r-d,.v nlKht, chickrn »»l»<lHiilway» ready. We «re exchud
reh.u
Muro Nourl.hlm« Than M«a«.
e t h e I ' n l H . l l l l , I I11..I Mr-- left me, I will not l»' rcHpoiudblo for proprietor. —Ad vertlaeinent.
ilth, lo se
upper
1
Friday night, cliim chowder. ; «K«''»'H for Otto SUIII'H meut product. j manner that lirlnKH «ntir« latlnfnrtUin
uny bills Incurred liy her. ^
l'nrn, iiri'P«rly mailu mayonnaisx m,
'
lili'ii mid 1 ' i i ' l i - i n i i u i l m e n p i n y1 I b e i i
'to nur putroiiH. Accordion pleotliiK
R«duct!un uf OasollnA
.loiieph
Tnvolliio,
u
grciit
bully hiiihliir. Our NatiauW
Adsen,
'M
llrouil
ntrixit,
Ued
Hank.
o
f
b
f
i
M
e
b
a
l
l
f
o
r
t
i
n
i
h
i
i
n
i
Iltlid game
! mid eleiining bliinki'tii al»o dnito In
Ki'yport, N. J . , July lHth, lit^:t. y the tme of our vnpnrixwr on your
trttpt
fur t h e In-tl
vertiHemenl.
pliillHliip. T h r pi OCCI
I the right manlier. French CU'iinnrH iniivonniiiHt', containing only
' I'atanti.
Kuril.
(itinrunti'iMl
xnviiiR
from
38V4
Advertbieinenl.
KIOII.- A d v
ill; of the \ m e i i c a n
' und Hyrn, Moe (Ionian, proprietor, I'KKH, bi'Mt wlail oil and hinhmt RTod*
'I'lie renldeiit piitent iitlortiey of n
to fid pur cent. Uiied by tlinunamln of
ii,J Carnival.
!
tiplccH
und
vincRur,
lit
a»i
ld«"l
fo«4.
tifli'lni'lit
Phono
For Prompl UallTarin on Frltiar
M1|lll M
flnnn and Indlvliliiuln, IncludinK tho hii'Ke in.iii" i HI i in ii/g ni'Kanl/.ulion In I
r Mini c a r - i tl Itruiul «trii«t, Ho<\ Hunk.
We'll call and ilullvor HIM Auk (or It by iiaitw If you w«nt t M
•all Thumdny. Phona 1877 or J878 Nt>w Jenioy Highwuy ('uinnilimlon. n n poxitii'ii to t a k e a few 1private i
« t i I'liib'iil l i n . 11 til.
bint.
Advcrtl»«m«nt.
linen nl bin II» n <dllce. \V. I ', Itulh- j I ' l . i n p a n y w i l l b e K i v r n o n t i n . n i e , h U Koodft.—AdvurlUcmrnt*
Frlilnj dalivtirlei 7:00 Kolly & Conipiiny. Advertlmtment.
New tuibir »ihui> iip^ned ut ,11 Mon lltxl llnnk.
iinunil, '^iHi Second Htreet, Kcypi'rl, j nf AiiKi'iit Hlli, l o t h n i n l 1 I l l i a t I tin
inoiilli Nlreet,
VVc cull fur nnd de mid 0:00 A. M. und 8:00 P. M. H*n,
K Ytiur Prnti Trmsbl* Y«w
A Small Fir*
N. .1, I'hoiii- •I'JH-K..—Advorlinemciil. l l r i ' b o i i . i . .
u«y'« Murktt, 16 llonmoutb
Saleslady W»nl«d.
TliurBiliiy n i g h t ,
rhlikeil
liver,
We do mir work nt, lowed
am pro wear l»r. Welnar'n fi>aUi«rw«sl«M wm
x
' Jacob Hlcliibiii h, Hroadway, LOIIK
Htipper; Friday night, cluin^ chowder. can bo vxtlMKulnhiid If y«U
tirlci's. [,ad ten' mid urn tit' tailoring. rtr«ot—Adv«rtliem»nt,
HiipporU,
niBde from th« tapiMMnM
iur» or firs
trclod with llro cxtlnguliihar
llrnneh, reiiulrcs the nrrvlcii uf n
Opon Tonight.
. - Advcrflhi'isicnt.
IVIi'phiitH' Vi(l\V. Ailviirtl»»ment.
hone In your factory, burn or dwell- of your foot, l''oot corr«ctl»n»t,fll1Wt
Furnllura.
'
Hint I.'IHHK anletdttdy In bid I'or.iet, inusTonight U »l'«> Victor night i»t TunKirn llKhtl»K <l«vlcn» of avery Htrmil Nutlonal bank bulMmC. mm
Clilor Mill Opena
11K.
L«t llofTmin * l.ibovuliy, HO Mon- lln. nnilerwi':ir nnd wiiint depiirtmi'iit.
k Dlua Rllilinn M*«m a Winner.
Kn, 1A Monmouth itraet, U'd lit Jiilin H, VimMiiler'n farm nil Au- l
pllim. WrlUi or phona 'I'lioniBi Ihuik. 1'hiiiie I0fl7.--Adver
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een a patient at thejAUenwood, hsslital three month*, WU removeo to
lis home la»t &riaijFm Albert W.
Worden's antoaobite ambulance.'
Mrs. J. S. Whit», wife of Dr. 3. S.
White, has returned home from*1 the
Long Branch hospital, where she was
nder treatment. '
The Rpople of this place will have
o Excuse for being lat« at work or
'or meals now, for a signal whistle
vill be blown to apprise the residents
)f the correct time; The whistle is on
he gas company's building.
A revolver which was wrapped in
iaper accidentally explpded a few
lays ago in H. Del Little's store and
he bullet- nearly hit Mr. Little's
laughter Marjorie, who was in the
tore. The bullet shattered a large
huw window in the store front.
The ladies'jiid society of the Methidiat church cleared $750 from its
air and bazar held last week at the
hurch. The church will pay $500 on
ts
mortgage and $'250 will be used
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or current expenses.
Miss Olive VanPelt spent Saturday
ASBURY PARK'S CARNIVAL.
nd Sunday with her sister, Mrs. EdBig Event! Will be Held on Aujru.t ard Smith of Bound Brook.
27tkj-2»tlra4d-31it.,'Asbury Park has set the dates for
HIGHLANDS NEWS.
ts carnival events. The coronation
the queen will take place on Mon- Highland! Team Defeated by Freeay night, August 27th, at the beach
hold by a Score of ft to 6.
rcade. Wednesday, August 29th,
The Atlantic Highlands and Highias been set aside for the annual inds
team was defeated
>aby parade and on Friday night, Sundaybaseball
at Freehold by the team from
\ugust 31st, the queen'.s court ball hat place
by a score of 8 to 6. Mil111 be held at'the beach arcade; •
the new local pitcher, was hard
it during the seven innings he
Girl Lolci Arln in Accident.
itched and then Kelly was sent in,
Ruth Smith of New York, who was iut it was too late to save the game
isiting at Long Branch, lost her or the Highlanders. Hauser caught
•ight arm in an auto accident at the i long fly in left field and saved
atter place Sunday night. Miss lis team from a worse defeat. The
Smith was riding in a car driven by •"reehold team will play at the Nave\braham J. Gettleson. In trying to, ink field next Sunday.
ivoid hitting another car Mr. GetThe 'Key-port trolley company
leson's auto struck a telephone pole tarted to tear up the trolley tracks
uid the girl's arm was crushed be- md rails at this place Monday.
iwccn the auto and the pole. The
The Pocahontas lodge will hold a
rirm was. amputated just below the uchre 'party at John Ahearn's tomorshoulder at the Long Branch hospital. •ow night.'
The fire company will hold a euchre
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS NEWS. nirty at the firehous* Friday night.
Mrs_. Elizabeth Cottrell, who
Church Cleared $750 at Fair Re pending the summer at Lakewood,
•pent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs.
volver Explodes in Store.
Rev. Joseph H. Schaeffer has re- lennie Burdge.
Miss Catherine Robertson is recovturned home after spending a week
at Montrose, Pennsylvania, where he ering from sickness.
Mrs.
Anna O'Leary of New York is
attended a bible conference.
Edgar Pollacekand Malcolm Wood- spending August with Mrs. Robert
ruff have gone, to Bear Mountain, Ncv ~ ,iming.
Frank Gerbrach drove his automoYork, for two weeks.
Mrs. F. C. Woodruff is spending bile into the gates at the Bay avenue
;wo weeks with her son, Walter crossing last week as a. train was ap
proaching. The train was stopped
Woodruff and family of Montclair.
Mrs. S. S. Mickens and Miss Alice •before reaching the crossing. Mr.
'enrose are spending a month at ~ ^vbrach is suffering from shock.
South Bristol, Maine.
Harold Parker will undergo an op
The Methodist churches of this oration for the removal of a splinter
ricinity will go on a picnic tomorrow in his foot athis home this week.
He has been laid up several days with
to Asbury Park.
A campaign is being held by Pres- the injury.
Mrs. Rosely Vanarsdale and daugh
byterians to raise money for a piano
tcr Grace of New'York spent Satur
for the church.
Mrs. Milton R. Shale spent Sunday day and Sunday with Mrs. Kati
Derby of Fourth street.
with friends at Shcep.shead Bay.
Matthew Horn left last Wednesday
Miss Alma Williams of Northfield
Massachusetts, is visiting Miss Dor for Canada, where he will spend th
rest of the summer.
•
othy Cann.
An attempt was made last n'eek t
J. E. Armstead motored to Plain
enter the Union News stand at Wate:
field Sunday.
Mrs. Hankins Hall of Wilmington Witch, which is conducted by- Mrs
North Carolina, is spending a fev Edward M. Hunt of Newark. '
days with her mother, Mrs. Georgi , The morning sermon topic at th
Ewing. Mrs. Hall was formerly Mis Methodist church . Sunday will b
Olive Ewing of this place.
"The Seven Valleys." The evenin
Mrs. Eunice Stanhope has returnei service will be held on the lawn. Th<
home from the Long Branch hospital fourth annual picnic will be held to
where she underwent an operatio morrow at Asbury Park. The trait
for appendicitis. She is recovering leaves Water Witch at soven minutei
.John Freeman, eon of James Free past nine o'clock and leaves High
man of Bay View avenue, who ha lands four minutes later.
PORTAUPECK IS CROWING.
fany New Summer Homes and All
Year Residence* Built There.
Partaupeck, on the South Shrewsury river, near Pleasure Pay, is enpytng a big building boom. Several
R«d Bank, N
lew
houses have been •'erected there
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Eitnet
or summer residences and some all'
he year homes have been constructed
people engaged in business in the
ATLANTIC CITY $3.60 >yity.
Among the owners -of new homes
there are W. 'A. Alexander, Charles
, Auguit IS and 29
Trost, Jr., of Brooklyn, Ernest W.
Laverty, Dr. William H. Brown and
Lews Red Batik 8:18 A. M.
T. Dear of Jersey City;
^ii} special train op date for Arthur
Charles W. McKenney, James Vick,
which issued.
August
G.
Rothfuss, Fred G. Nobbej
Staarfard Tim* Shown
Arthur W. Richards and Julius Ehrlich
of
Newark;
A. If. ArchiNEW IERSEY CENTRAL jald of Kearnev, Judge
C. M. Applegate of
:toselle,"W. J. Egan and Mrs. Rhoda
Green of New York, Dr. Andrew Li
Melden of West Englewood and M.
[1. Dangler of Long Brunch.
aayttlnc, anywhere, arurtira.
PAUL REVERE
t u l Estate and Insurance
Five models to
choose from, fronting car, Roadster,
Coupe, Coach and
Four Door Sedan.
C
A. MOUNT
Locust, N. J.
WHEN YOU BUMP,
if bnmp you must, do it with our
Lyon bumpers, They stand the shock
and will protect the front of your
car in collision or accident. Furthermore, our Lyon bumpers are an ornament to any car, being made of
flexible tempered steel and finished
xn a high class manner in nlcKel Sn
iab.
James P. McCue
172 Monmouth St.
Red Bank, N. J
at the Station
Telephone 1216
ANNOUNCEMENT!
NOW * OPEN!
Red Bank's
Newest Enterprise
"THE GOODY SHOP
opened this morning for business
Home-Made Confectionery
a Specialty
Corner Broad and White Streets
Formerly Cooper's Drug Store
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Having purchased the large and commodious building at the corner of Mechanic street
and Globe Court, we believe that the vital
problem of Auto Parking in Red Bank has been
solved.
We feel that with the consideration and cooperation of the many motorists who find Red
Bank an ideal shopping center we can greatly
relieve the parking congestion now causing
much concern to all.
Our FACILITIES are CONVENIENT and
ADEQUATE to take care of a hundred or more
cars.
Our LOCATION is such that it can be reached by driving off Broad street either at Wallace
or Mechanic street or off Front street either
through Globe Court or Washington street making it an ideal centre only one block from the
shopping district and the theatres.
When coming to Red Bank drive your car
to our storage and while shopping or attending
the movies enjoy that sense of security that your
car is safe from theft or accident and at the
same time you are co-operating with Red Bank
to make room for all.
!
The merchants of our city will be glad to
deliver any purchases direct to your car while
in our storage and you can be assured that
everything will be safe while in our care and we
will have competent men in charge both day
and night.
In addition to this solution for transient
parking for any length of time, either day or
night, we also respectfully solicit monthly storage for commercial or pleasure cars.
We have plenty of room for dead storage.
When putting up your car for any inactive period consult us. Prices moderate.
We will also have an expert automobile
Washer in attendance so, if you desire, you can
have your car thoroughly washed while you are
at the movies or doing your shopping. We will
also furnish gas and oil to our patrons at the
lowest market price.
We believe that if the motoring public will
take advantage of our facilities, which will cost
them but little, they will not only benefit themselves but will have done a great deal towards
solving the problem of parking space in the
business section of Red Bank.
Auto
REP BANK REGISTER, AUGUST 8, 1923.
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"Hello Central!"
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"Please connect me with Red
Bankl92-W."
"Is this the Metropolis Grand
Opera Company?"
"Yes, madam."
"I'm so glad. I want you to.
reserve for me five seats for
myself and family for your
coming GRAND OPERA, 'AIDA,' to beheld at Oriole Baseball Park, Red Bank, Thursday evening, Aug.
16th, 1923."
If you have not reserved your seats, better phone
reservation now. Tickets are limited, and themore
desirable seats are selling rapidly.
speaks jortlieir quality
speaks for their economy
The name Goodrich Silvertown Cord is an
everlasting assurance of tire quality. "Almost as good afe a Silvertown" ia the highest compliment one can pay to another tire.
The Silvertown is the standard of comparison.
The high quality of Silvertown accounts
for its great dependability and economy.
Quality and economy are inseparable. Remember that!
To get the lowest tire costs you must have
Silvertowns. Here's tha place to get them
—at prices no more than you pay for ordinary
cords.
"BEST IN TWE LONG RUN*
J. SESTA TIRE COMPANY
J. Seata, Prop*
171 W. Front St.
Lawrence Sesta, Mgr.
Phone 39S
Red Bank, N. J
FREEHOLDS RACE MEET.
FIVE-DAY MEET STARTS ON
AUGUST 2«TH.
P u r i u Amounting to Over $13,000
Offered for Race, to Bo Held Under Sanction of National SteepleI chase and Hunt Association.
j A large list of entries in expected
for the tive-duy r a w rru'i't to he hi-ld
! on thi\ FruehoM track '^'Kinnin^,,
'Tui'sduy, August. 28th. Thi'mutt* will
be huld by the Freehold driving association under the s;un-tiun of thu
National Stceplechafi' i(ml hunt association. For several wei'ks workmen
huv« been busy at the Freehold truck
Bt'ttintf tlfe grounds in lim- shape and
building a. new pamlstand.
This will be one of the liirjtfst race
I meets hfld in Monmuuth county since
the days of old .Monmuuth I'urk.
Purses amounting In $1.'!,H(IO have
been offered for the races. There
will be five races un the iii>t and
seeoncl days, six on the third, five on
the fourth and nix on the clorine; day. j
Take Advantageof
uf different ageK, for polo ponies, for
hunters and l'or furni horses.
The
entries will close at eleven1 o'clock
each day.
Dr. P . V. Runyon is president of
the Freehold driving asMidatiun, W.
tj. Holmes secretary and Edward
Simunson treasurer.
Clambake for Engineers.
Trenton chapter of the American
association of engineers wiil luild its
first annual clambake ,at Mannsqun.i !
Park, on the Munasqu.an river, Satur-j
day afternoon, Aueu'st :l"Ah.' This is j
a society composed of civ-il engineers!
and several Monmuuth rounly ihen
hold membership in it. The bake will
be hold rain or sTiine. A baseball
gume will be a feature of the affair.
It is probably ;i reasonable assertion that nowhere can you
purchase so much motoring satisfaction at so low a cost.
Any Packard Nalfsnian will gladly amplify this statement
and prove to your satisfaction the greater, investment
economy of the Single-Six.
OpVM KVMtllllgN
AT
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Mrs. Edward Rowe has received a
a license t o drive her automobile-.
Mrs. W a l t e r Palmer attended t h e
funeral of M r s . Tully of West Long
Branch last week.
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J a m e s B. Carton is buying ami
loading p o t a t o e s a t the Middletown
village station for the commission
firm of Rooney & Ely. Patrick Kelly
is helping Mr. Carton.
T h o m a s H a n s o n has gone, liaek to
work a t J e r s e y City after having
spent a vacation of two weeks a t h'3
former home here.
Nicholas Jakowit?. is employed as
a c a r p t n t e r a t New York.
J o h n Zk'frler had a slight stroke of
paralysis last week, l i e is now much
improved.
"Grove Thucker bought an automobile last week through Stanley Sti
well. l i e is t h e t e n i h resident of this
place t o buy a c a r tli'is summer.
C h a r l e s Falcone is home on a vacation of two weeks from his j o b a t
J e r s e y City.
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Redaction
Leslie Francis is employed a s a
clerk in a Ri'.d Hank store..
M i s s Helen Johnson of T r e n t o n is
visiting Mrs. Frank S. Weeks.
Miss Iaabelle l.ilTton of Freehold
spent part of last week with Miss
Beatrice Doyle.
"
Miss Helen Ma-ee of Marlboro i s ,
visiting Mrn. Waller 1). Fields.
;
Miss Kl>ie Ta\!nr and Miss Kdna j
Wuebber were recent guests of;
ltriinklyn ri'lAlivi^s of Miss Wtiebber. ',
Mrs. l't'tev St-hipper and h e r ehil- '
dri'U Ji'aneUc Jinil Cornelius of J
Spring Lake, Mr. a n d Mrs. Howard
V, (litl'onl aml.Ul'rir sons Milt'in ar.d
Kilwnrd of liriidli-. Miss Sarah Daly '
of Malawan anil 11. Marvin of L o n g !
Branch were reci nt guests of Mr. ai.d '.
Mrs. Sli'pln'ii Ma'.iiiews, Miss F-telle !
Smith has relumed t o New York at'-I
ter ii visit to Mrs. Matthews.
Miss 1
Louise 1 )i'iiy- .• of Brooklyn is visiting
Miss Ciiniili.'i K. Matthews, and Mrs. |
Helen Matthew, of Marlboro h a s '
been milking a st-iy with Mrs. Kmma |
Matthews.
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Ladies' Aid Smii-ty P l a n n i m ; for n\
Pencil l-'cfltival a n d n Supiier.
The Metliodi-t ladies' aid society,
met lif-t 'I'llIIr day nl t h e church. :
PlaiiH wei'i' mad' Io hold n pearh IV . j
tivnl in Kepti'inber anil II mipiKT in
October.
Samuel .1. 1!. imctt, who lias been
vi'rv nick, H \\-. Iii Iy improvcil.
i
'flu 1 prnlib1. MI1 ihe recent Mi'lbodi t
harvest hoiit' ^'' i $2K7.
Thec \ i
[lenses wri e ^ I 1 i '^».
!
Miss Ili'i'tha ( orncll hii:( relurni'd |
to In'l' urn k a I I .iing Nland after hav j
ing ,>pi'iit a • in- it niti with hi-r pur.'Mls. Mr. and Mi , Ji'iar I :•
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kn a conlracl .
h n I'liiiper
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repaii i h e
place and l'in«Pi
lirook.
l i e l u u ih ,
work on tin1 :^i hoolhou--e here well |
nigh liiiisln'd ami he will Blart t h e
i'iin> llniok iob in'St week.
M I'H, liobbs, s\lin h a s been 'tnpp'mt;
THE FAMOUS
Your selection is not limited to Summer Suits—You can have a
Spring, Fall or Winter Suit if you prefer. Our aim is to reduce our
large stock of suits and give you the benefit of low prices.
Men's all wool Worsted Suits, $
blues and browns, medium weights, now
VERY SPECIAL.
Men's all wool Suits with $
2 pair of Long Pants, now
VERY SPECIAL
Men's all wool Suits, some $
with 2 pair of Pants, now
VERY SPECIAL
Men's all wool Suits, some $
with 2 pair of Pants, now
VERY SPECIAL
Men's all wool Suits, some
with 2 pair of Pants, now
Palm Beach Suits
Reduced to .
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PACKARD
.47
10
ALTERATIONS FREE OF CHARGE
DAVIDSONS
day.
.Mm Crawford continue* Io improve nt tlic Limit MrniH'li Inmpilnl,
w h e n ' h e iiinliirweiit mi openillun fur
iiptii'luticltlii. He In iillk' t o »lt u p .
Mr. unit MI-I, J. HtMiry VIIIIIIK nr«>
iititci'liiiii^nu H'luliviiR from Klurldii.
DAVIDSON BUIL.OINC3
Tlit'udut'u N. I'nrmly, VVHUmdon
Wllklnn, Arthur W. tthuttn. Hffinloy
•""• 1n|, John Cnnnow, 4. Hull MeII ml Joienh a ml (touritv Winning
MomlMy tlchlng at Bunch Ha<
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King Klass Palm Beach $ 4
Suits, Best made, reduced to . «••
With Mrn, l i e i i l i v ('llli'llltlllr will llloM 1
to LOIIL; llraiiili n e x t m o n t h .
t ' l i l v i n • ' . I'liojii-r (if J e r s e y t'M.v
i v i » II v i n l t o r h e r e H i i t u r d i t y iiuil H u n
H. L. Z O B E L
T«l. »0 Saibrlghl T.I. B5B Red Dank
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Before It's Too Late!
sore throat.
T1NTON 1 ALLS N E W S .
This ia one of the reasons why the conviction is growing
that ownership of a Packard Is downright economy. This
conviction in fortified hy the surprisingly low cost of operation and maintenance.
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NOW
EVERETT NEWS.
W. A. Dunlap Returns Home with
Bad News from North Dakota.
Farmers in these parts think they
have been having touuli times of late,
but tho.se who haveUalked with W. A.
Dunlup since his relurn from a trip
to his ranch in North Dakota have
concluded that their lot is not so had
niter all. • Mr. Dunlap, in talking with
hi.s neighbors here, said that farmer.*-:
are going broke by tin' wholesale in
the Northwest and that the bunks
there are also in very bad shape. Me
says that hard time,.s bfyorid anything
ever known are beiiiK experienced in
North Dakota. Mr. Dunlap formerly
lived there and once'or twice each
year he makes a trip to inspect h.s
property in that stale.
Mrs. Patrick J. Curlim is sick with
COLT'S NECK N E W S .
Inquiry among Single-Six owners will reveal to you that
many of them expect to drive their cars for five years and
more. Thus they are avoiding the loss always involved in
frequent changes.
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CIIISSUB will be provided for runners
Everything is "All S e t " for the H a r vest Home Tonight. .
T h e advance sale of tickets for the
a n n u a l harvest home of the Reformed
church tonight indicates a very large
attendance.
T h e principal feature,
which is t h e supper, will begin a t
half-past live o'clock.
F r e d Wilkins has-been engaged t o
teach at KuriniugilnlL' when school
opens there next month. H e g r a d u a t e d last spring from the Freehold
high school a n d he attended a s u m m e r
school for teachers a t R u t g e r s colMiss Alice Fields is employed a s a
bookkeeper at Freehold.
ASK
THE MAN
WHO OWNS
ONE
't
REID
BANK
NEARLY 40 YEARi ON TMI SAMI SPOT
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RED jJANK RE<ttJTER, AUGUST a, 1923.
Fourteen
Branch gambling cases, after Walter
Reade had not only called these
places to the attention of the sheriff's
Jjfllce, but had given the names and
locations of the places. These apologists for conditions in the conduct of
the sheriff's office under Sheriff Grayatt and Deputy Sheriff Pnch are sayirty tly»t it isn't the sheriff's duty to
close these gambling places, even if
they are brought to his attention.
THE RED BANK REGISTEfi.
JOHN M. COOK. Kditor and Publishor.
CEOROE C. HANCE. Associate F.dilui:.
THOMAS IRVING HKOWN.
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. "• Telephones :—Bt-U Bank 13.
Jtetl Uitnk l:i 00.
liiten-tl nt the postoffice at KeJ Hank,
N. J.. as st-coiul-flRfia matter. Subscription
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T h a t m a y Be t h e w a y of looking
a t these thinj,ra from a political standpoint, h u t it isn't the view which
I m a n y other people take of t h e situaWEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8,
tion.
Here for instance, is im editorial in t h e Newark Sunday Call,
which K'ves ihat newspaper's \ iew of.
TOWN TALK.
the situation.
That paper can have
w:is ( l i e first no por-si)de political interest to serve,
T..1:-1. Woinesday
time H
He<I
l Hankk has
l had a block <ianco l>ul, like T h e Register, is intent only
Kim-i- about a year HKO, when otu- v.as un ijomjr its duty to t h e public and
Jield in connection "with th;1 Jin; dc- serving t h e people faithfully a n d to
H e r e is what
jMitmont a n n i v e r s a r y .
There is in the ii,-'. of its ability.
tho.^o-aff airs —oiiieOun^' din'os-eni from that_p:ipcr-nay,i-of.thi.s-i'.i:t!usul-'or nejr-the sheriff's office to a c t in
till' avel-ayv sicial ov f c :;t ivi? untl.creases a f t e r theyy had
iiiK. It is'les^ like a nettint; t o g e t h e r t h e
j ambling
4 . £
One yea
Bi..,moliHiThree months
Easy to
If your gtomtich is out -of order
o f distressed, jMi matt«r from what
cause, Mi-O-Na Stomach TabUts will
give instant relief in case of indigestion, acute or chronic, or mbney back.
Guaranteed by Knickerbocker,, PIiai>
macy.
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Belford,N, J.
$30 cash, $10 monthly buys a $300 double lot.
. $30 cash, $10 monthly buys a $450 double lot.
White Star Taxi Semte
at Compton Park.
Telephones
747 and 500
The best residential location in Belford for Summer or AllYear Bungalows and Houses,
Bungalows on terms.
For further particulars write or telephone
J. C. COMPTON, Little SUver. N. J.
01 any speci il clique or organization been repeatedly called 'to the a t t e n iinil more like a bin. happy commun- tion v{ t h e aherilf's oil'ice:
i l y jia.'iy.
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n.KADiNc; THE IIAHV ACT. _
"Because' >'f ' t h e motive' behind it,'
Th.- charm ol tnef.e aflair- bos- iiv! l n ( , _,hc-i-itl' of Monmouth county says
,1-iiiocrcicy a::.! ill t!;v - p i n t ol ih u u i ! 1 U l k c , 1U1 H o t j o t . o f ; l letteV sent
community mmaboriir.ess,s which
h ii m
) ) vy .,„
.,„ Asbury
m i,
which i>"
i>- h
. \ s b u Park t h e a t e r owner
•lev. l-.p-.i. In .-tiler ways, too. Uiese | ( i h - e c t W his a t t e n t i o n to Your or five
III.K',; . i a n . e - a l e a Kl ...d .h.l.u lov ihe : ] l h u . o s •„ L ( m ( , B r a n c h a n d Heal
t'i,v:..
They help to adv.'i-t isi- t"*1 j which, thi.- -\vi-it«i- il«el:ii-«.-s, sirt- jiiil>lii!.>«•::. ' Last YVcine-day nurht nereons g a m i , i j n j,-, houses. ' F u r t h e r m o r e , fa.vs
frvin .h.-tant place^ weic a*. K.-il l . a n k , t l a , s horilf. he raided o n e of these
ID enjoy the l r i;v.;;.':-.
S.-mo u ' j places la.-t year, b u t us t h e (fraud j u r y
t l i ' s e visitors had never been here be- failed to liml a n y indictments he con•foiy :\:ul lied U.ink was only a name ( .Judod t h a t h e w : i s ' u p against n stoiie
l.i tlieiv. until .they carne to the dance. wall' a n d t h a t it "was tiscles.- to renew
the warfaJ-e this year.
I t is the sller-
j;;.icl.
dar.ee.- p-rt.vidlhealthy, itf's ex]>re-sed opinion ttiat the matfk-.:nr recreation and they a r e f a r l o s t e r is one to be dealt with by local
,
likely to.be atte:i<led by objectionable officials."
luii's lli'.i'n ir.d.ior functions where t "Now, no matter what'may be the
lic attention is not focined on themotive that prompted the 'letter,
[sent to the sheriff by Walter Keade]
' i k hhave
<i ii
. .Many
.May yoir.i
y u I'^iks
Ladies' Ready-to-Wear
Apparel of the Better Kind
26 Broad Street, Red Bank, N. J.
Opposite Mechanic Street
l
l i m e at" t h e s e a f f a i r s Ihiir. b y it makes certain detinue charges. It
h
sums of ino'-.-y for
f
"names the [daces and identifies them
oilier kind.- nf recreation.
Once a so closely that a blind.man could iind"
-year seem:- n.>! enough for an ar.mse- them. Dim, it declares, is run by the
rother-in-law of a state senator. If
j n . o t which is so clear, and popular
the theatrical man's charges are true,
and beneficial to the tow! .
the^o places are boin^ run m open
violation of the law and it is the
T!'" \>ni"ic-in legion did not make duty of the .-heritf as chief law enlast forcement officer of the county to
a ]i i no pioli! from tin dan
We I n , ' d a y niii'Vit, but itt is K j ; to close them up" and keep them closed.
ir. S e p t e m b e r and
"Neither is the fact that the t'rand
this will no doubt Li-inn i" a l a r g e r jury last year failed to indict, anyone
sum of money. The object is to raise following a raid by the sheriff any exjn mev for disabled world.- war veter- cuse for failure to raid them" this
an... 'The cause is a u'ood one a n d the year.
What the jrrand jury may do
j i n u n e r in which' the lejrion is at- is no concern of the sheriff's. Let
'l-.'inptii:^' to rai.-e money for. it will him do his duty and keep his record
increase the respect of t h e people for and conscience clear. Instead of both.il organization.
It i- attemptiiiK cotnins discouraged because his one
to cive t h e people something for their raid was fruitless in producing- indictg
t
ot try iinn' to
e th
them outt ments ho should keep on raiding until
•of their' money by tat; day hold-ups he had piled up such a mountain of
or by. any of til" other var'ious catch- evidence that no K>'und jury could
penny devit.-s \yhich a r e all too fre-possibly ignore it.
*ji'j-nt!y enijiKiyed in the<e days to ex"To lay t.b;e blame for the contintract coin fr i!n |)eOj)le's IJOckets '.\ithued existence of these places on the
<JUI uiviau a n y t h i n g in r e t u r n ; .
local authorities is childish. Everybody knows how strong- are the influences that in places like Long- Urauch
It is with gratification tiiat The can be brought to bear with paralyzthe
ll'e.i.-.ter
increased use ing effect on the local authorities.
"wa.rn f a i n i t is- a r e m a k i n g 'Ot t l i c a d 'file fact that local a u t h o r i t i
evade
\'M:tbi:i.i;- c o l u m n - " o f t h i s p a p e r , p a r -
STOP!
You need not go iiny farthur than
the White Star auto livery to find
what you-are looking for. Our taxicabs and other closed and open cars
are the -cleanest, .most corntortable,
spcodieat ami lowest priced in town.
Make us your headquarters for everything foryour car, remembering
that our aim is to see
that you get the most
for every dollar you
spend.
TIRES
TUBES
Accessories and Repairs
of ordinary quality are not good
enough for prescription work.
Only drugs and chemicals of the
very highest grade of purity are
fit for use in prescriptions. We
use the best obtainable no matter what the coat and allow no
one but registered pharmacists
to compound the medicine.
All prescriptions -are double
checked, thus guarding against
the possibility of error or inaccuracy. You may depend upon
the prescriptions you have filled
EMPIRE GARAGE
21 East Front Street
RED BANK, N. J.
Telephone 209
ALLEN FROST, Prop.
Open Day and Night
Under New Management
Formerly Braich Broi,
Can for All Occasions.
Open Day and Night..
Office: Red Bank, N. J. Opp. Depot
at
S C f l U ' S PHARMACY,
H. C. HUBBARD, Prop.
I 16 Broad Street,
Red Bank.
| Telephone 146
Telephone 3 8
1
tlieir dutie:- is no excuse for the shei't i a u a i : ^ of i h e wa'.it L ' d u m n . - , l o s
the.:- vi,,ji-.
T i u - r e h a - b e e r , n n . r . ' a o - itf's nettle, t to p^-rform iiis. • Doubthave
veili.-iin;- .d' ' h i - k i n d o f l a t e , m i l o n l y less Prosx-ciuor Sexton could
i n T;'.e i i , ^ i s t e r o u t . i n m o s t c o u n t r y found equally plausible reasons' for
keeping
his
hands
off.
b
u
t
he
seems
ii'.v-;-Mp'-iv, t h a n h a s b e e n t h e ca.-e
in l i e - p.is'..
l , e U e t > w h i c h T h e K e ^ -to have taken t h e 'lips' at their t\u-(
j a t e r ha.- r e c e i v e d l i ' . m sati.-lieii f a n n - value a n d his- officers found t h e in
'flu- places named
e r mlvi-rti-er.-, , . n d t a l k s w h i c h
f a r m - , formation correct,
e r . h a v e h a d w i t h Heici-ti':• r e p o r t e r s have now heun raided, b u t no credit
' s h o w t h 11 t h e m o n e y - p e n t (<>v p i n : t - is d u e t h e shi riff.
" W h e n t h e late ,1. Franklin Fort,
oi-.' ::;!; 1:::- b e e n w e l l i n v e f t e i i .
Tomorrow NigHt
Thursday, August 9th
id « ,
ippinj!
All $30.00, $35.00, $40.00 Suits at
ORIOLE PARK
$20 and $25
For the Championship of Red Bank
and Benefit of Shrewsbury Post 168, American Legion
Some of these suits have two pairs of pants
Game Called, at Six: O'Clock;
'
Closing out all our $15 and $18
PALM BEACH SUITS at
sio.oo
wha
|ia
•1;
Starting Wednesday, August 8, we are
going to offer the people of Red Bank and
vicinity what we believe to be the greatest sale ever held in Monmouth county,
for four days, ending Saturday night,
August 11.
BUSINESS MEN vs PROFESSIONAL MEN
as a ju-t:ce i f t h e ,-upivm. :_,iuit pi'e-i(!i d in tlie courts n!" .Monmouth
;s- .me of th
,e farmers , 1. V a.l \ e r t i - county, he found a way to put t h e
;•: t h i s v> •ay, sold I heir cr o p s t o Lonii") Uraneh fi-amblers out of im>if t h e n ::. .--. It i- > u a t i - l e i : t o Shi nlf (li'aSi
>1 •• dealers; o t ' i e r s d i s ;POM', 1 o
v.i't :'• .-.!• i... take a leaf from J u s t i c e
l:i
to i in!n i d i i'al- jind :;<•:•
d i r e ,-t
t.-li [.,_;_(,'.,. ,' o i k - , tiif 1in, e
belt cf that! :i.- obtainet i i • y
FORCED TO SELL!
Baseball!
(Town Talk continued 'on paj;c 1-1.)
N..t
a ; ; . • : : ts.
- lo col o m ' ^ - i o l i
o n l y S 3 , till - L1 lie bit''. i l -.vn s a l s o
tl'JV t h a t t h e money .-pi • 1 :'l 1' o r atlvt raction
11:.,: 4 w a . - !*-.
e . thai: a bare
irniei'.i.e a l l l o u h i which t h e
inimi-h'r.,'• 1,. p a y
when tin y UMin l e a d -,>l U - :
Luke
1 , , i ; •(..
,
:.d l o u n i t e saIV
Boys' all wool two-pants suits
' Sizes 8 to 17. Regular price $12.50
A i - r i i r i l i i i s j l o m e n w h oh . i v o i n a d i :i s ^ - i i l y o l ' t h e ' t u l i j i - i - t t h e i - l i i c l ' t r o t i 10 • v s u h
I'umiii.K
I'jiiay
i- i ; o tt h e
f | U . : y Mm- llic- i | l l . a ! ' l | l ; . o l ' " t l n - i i O j i • j » i ' j - i n C'd" t H T t - i \ u ' - d i ^ t r i K t t t i d ! ) ifl t h t .<•!.•:>.!.
I l l - . p i l e wf m . w | . l a : ^ u > - - a n d
l i i i u : * ! - - . a n ' ! i l i n i ' v l c l u - m U - s l ! i e !"a)'!!iei
[ ' n h v ai>.' ^t-t'.iiiL; m : < r e .-!n!l' a m i
|i'.-;ti r .','u!V o u t o f l l i e M i i i t h . i ! : t h e i r
(oM-iinip-i'.-, "did. Y e t t h e i r p i - n t U - a r e
.sih:>.'U-y t h a n e \ e r J i e f o r e .
S t r a n g e a>
It • m a y M - e n i , t i l e s m a l l - p r i c e
which
-tm• I ' . u i i v . T s r e . c i ' i v e f o r t i n ii- ] ) i ' o d m - i ii. a . i - . i m p . i h i e d l i y t h e liisi'lit-<t p r i c e • w h i j h \'-:• l u i h l k ' h a . n e v i - i ' p a i t i i i n ' t h e
t i l i n g . - w l i u - h vmive I ' r u m t h e f-ii-m.
Men's Wool Pants $ 3 . 5 0
Ide and Arrow Collars, 2 for 2 5 c
S o i i i e l l i i n i ; ;-^ w r o i i H ' a l l ' l
L i " 1 >'Xpt'iU
say.il
is di-tril)iitiim.
'i'he
fHi.<'.->ti'in i-i t f n i d e e p a n d t o o c o m p l i c a t e . ! for. t h e a v e r a g e )I.T-OII In lind
11 r v a d y
fcil;-\vc:',
liUl i t I- p o ^ > ' . i i l e !'o|. iiiiymii' t o realize t h a t p r i n t e r s ' iid;
is 'one r e m e d y f o r t ' u - trinil.K-.
Fanne r s h a v e - u . - e i l a d v c r t U i l i K U-.--.•• t h a n
;iny o t h e r class of hu-iness m e n . Tlie
AVE you an old-style
round wrist watch?
Kelvinator Ends
Ice Troubles
Trade it in for a new, fash'
ionable BULOVA Watch!
Why no* HimiiiBt« the lc«
No matter how old your watch may be—no
matter how badly bent or broken—bring It in
and we will make you a liberal allowance on it in
man, the IIMJCS and t h e fuss,
the dally confusion arising
from the *ise of ice? Kelvlnntor is the electric refrigerating in<*ctiiiic which fits right
Into the refrigerator IXJJC you
now have.
f a c t t h a t a d v e r t i . - i n n doe.- |>;is f a r m e r * is p r o v e d !>>' t i n ' e x p e r i e m e of
fiimei'T who have advertised.
InM ini'i'.-.' initrht lie c i t e d sln'twinj; t h a t
li mil s i n g l e l i t t l e '.Ti-eent w a n t a i l v.'iti..emenU.
hundredof doll.ir.-,'
w-ii'th .if LI.O])S h a v e liecii d i s p o - e d of
•
500 Men's $2 and $3 Dress Shirts at
«
• «
S . m i e r t h e r i 1 lit'twecii tin- L>w priii
i.-M-ived liy f a r m e r s , a f t e r t h e i-om)iii...-.iini a e . e n t - : . t h e ' r a i l K i a d - i a n d v a r 1 m ' , . i i h ' - r f a i - l o r - i " e l I h r o i u v h v. il li
I n . i n , uu>{, l h ' - h i g h p r i c e p a i d b y t l u
t " * i t - u i t i ' - f H n f I'Mj'tr* i » r o i h i ' ' c . i ^ t h t
I.in
p r m - w l i i ' . li f a r m e r * s h o u l d r e
t w v t ' . t ) ( . !ai;-,e t'iirln * w h ' - n 1 e n o r
It will actually pay fbr Itself
in the icc'Vill it dcxra uway with,
and in tlkc/ood it an vet tluough
its more rlVicient reft igcrntion.
We will be glml to dcinon• t r u t c . ^ I O I I O or come in.
exchange for a beautiful BULOVA wrist watch.
Don't wait! Don't hesitate!
Coftie In tomorrow. Be sura to bring your old
watch with you and you'll be surprised at the
liberal allowance we'll give you.
All watches taken in trade will be 9ent to
watch-making classes of the U. S. Vocational
Schools for Ex-Service Men to practice on.
Hoop Skirti mnd Hound Writt
Watche& arm gonm r*ortfuer.
Trade in your old watch for a
fathionabl* BULOVA Watch
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Bring in your ttd watch mull
- I ' : - k i n d
<>'f ' I H I M Ml lilt? It i • 'I'll 1 '!' •' •'m ' '
•f •!• i b " f n n n « - r
nii>l l h - i " i i i i ' i u i .
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fnnrl (tie fnlin to II
iut t h e |iut>llc, H would ic»t li'i.l'i
IfuwU * t « lower I"1'1'" » y ili-ilimt
rlii.or t o t h v farmer.
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S*1KI >o«f BULOVA WATCH whiU Mir itock it Hill compfrtt
REUSSILLE'S
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d f " I ' 1 i l n . t i •••«' i " i i |
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i T i l l i ' i ' l y o u t " I I h i - i i i e i . y n f i i m iI ' - ,
t t n d « n t l i ; i T » , b u t I t w o u l i l c r iiili' h i m
4 a H ( l ' ' « « l J i l i v i ' r u i m i ' l l i l i i R I " *••')'
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IIOI.OVA' IIIUVUIIMII . .
ID Kl. wrfl.t »Wl» «oM *«•" t
«,»v.,i c . . . : nun u ).w«i:
IIULOVA tnuv.moul , , ,
m > l '
ly
All Straw Hats must go at $ 1 . 0 0
Men's Union Suits
Boys' Union Suits
all
Boys' Stockings sizes
50c
25c
Men's Guaranteed Sox, 4 pairs for $ 1
Your money refunded If purchase la not
satisfactory during this sale .
Monmouth Street
• ' Vf l l . |
l u l l nl •! I
b e l o w
ii j a »cii>t whit* uu!d «n- S
frftved rftftt: fins 17-Jewel
fiULOVA niov.ilwnl , . .
S1.SO
Kelvinaior
A. E. DENNETT
Manmaulh County S»l»i Agtnl
Water Witch, N. J,
36 Broad Street
Motimoulli Counlr SufMi.U'n Onti*.
In Dm' rt)»ii»r at th? P«I«H ,"f Itmtt (Suv
1
t
Red Bank, N. J
to th* cmlltnr* ol
(» Ike »ul««rtb*ri.
torHtti), llulf 4>|l*
MEN'S SHOP
28 Monmouth Street
Near Broad
Red Bank
Open ICvonings
Open Evenings
Mvnmnlh County H i t n x ' t V t OMM.
tn (b* rnniwr nf tli» ««l«l» *f lluih IUrl«
«r«4n»r« to gtut»t *Wm*
l
to 11M «f..|H,,r. i,f
t.i Mm <ul.«rrlli*r.
l»»lr .1,1,1, ,n,l
RED BANK
ese
»•«••»•••>—»•••••••••»«
AUTO OVERTURNS
1
Two Girli Injnr*dT D AccMwt N « r Community L«a g ii. ftUkei Gift of
Holmdol W«in«i4ay Mi«bl.
Flag to t h . Cbapel.
An' automobile occupied by two The community leujrue lias n ad.- !
men and two girU from Keyport | gift
of It
an
American
t'i ih
chupcl.
wag
used for iliiK
11: tir-l
overturned on a curve on the Holmdel last Thursday, when it w- fl.vn-at-|
turnpike lute Wednesday night. The half-mast in observance of Uie . eath
girls, <-who "refUsed to give their of I'reHident Harding.
names, were badly cut and bruised.
The ludies' aid EOciety of th
The men were Bert Pekctie and Mur- will meet tomorrow afternuoi at Miss
ray
Schumacher.
They
escaped
injury. Mr. and Mm. Daniel S. ElyKdna Rfinhart's.
The Entru Nous bridge iluli nit
were on their way home from Elizabeth and they rendered assistance to ,bern were entertained iiaturduy afthe victims of the accident.
The j ternoon by Mrs. George (]. Hklnlal
men were taken to Keyport in Mr. j Eujjuni' Layton h a s uildid ice
Ely's car and the git-ln were taken to cream, gasoline and oil to ilie stuck
of goods at his roadside booth
the Perth Amboy hospital.
disposes of a large part of hiscrops
at his booth and sells other mips
CLUB OUTING.
from a wagon at Red ]i;u,L
M mben of Welt Long Branch Clul) family is un example oi a family
worKing
His children run ]
King in unison.
unisn
Had a Party a t Deal Beach,
bbooth, hi
i Bells
ll g odd
his wife
t RudJ
The Friendship club of West Long Whe
Bank and Mr. Layton doe ih farm*
Branch held an outing at Deal beach
•
.
a Hhort time ago and the club expects ingto hold another outing ut the sumc
Miss Emma Thompson i -ii.k with
place some time this month. Those Kp
i
'
tin
who attended the last outing were
Miss Edna Rcinhart .ha< ake nline
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Mount, Mr. agency for a new type
and Mrs. W. I. Cook,'Mr.'and Mrs. - dresses.
Bert White, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W.
Mrs. Haucke of Brooklyn and h
The Modern Laboratories and Piactice Houses
Drexel School of Home Economics
bay* been big factors in the success of thle distinctive
school.
' These CBaenViftl feaures of every good Home Economics course have been greatly enlarged and modernized
during the past year. As a result Drexel is better prepared than ever before lo educate women for success in
business or the home.
>
Other Drexel Schools:
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
CO-OPERATIVE ENGINK&RING
LIBRARY SCIENCE
Standard Bachelor of Science Degrees in
Home Economics, BusineHS Admiiiistraliou, Engineering
Drexel Institute
Philadelphia
a
Write K: G. Muthe^on, LLD., SCD.
'i •
"A Bronfl College 'Education, But a Useful Training, Too."
Just a Reminder :
Where to Dine
DON'T MISS OUR
$1 Unsurpassed $ 1
Chicken a la Maryland
or
Soft Shell Crab
PLATTER
With Grill Sweets
Two Vegetables and
FOR MEN and BOYS
The Army and Navy Store Featuring
Wearing Apparel For Father •!
and Son.
Our Sea Food Platter
Well, Just Try It.
la addition to our established line of Army and Navy
articles, such as Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, etc.,
we have put ih a wonderful assortment of Suits and Shoes
for Men and Boys.
If you want to make your dollar do double duty bring
it to the Army and Navy store.
Let us show you our merchandise. We know our
quality and prices will be agreeably convincing.
CHESTER
I). 8. Army and Navy Bargain Store
Hotel and Grill
Complete Line of Furnishings
Corn Fritters
Pie or Ice Cream
Uolls, Coffee Or Tea
Grill Open from 7 to 10 P. M.
Cookman and Sewall Avenue*,
; ASBURY PARK, N. J .
Opposite St. James Theater
Phone 137S
37 Broad Street,
parties oi camp
reservoir last week.
Atbury Park Garage Sold.
Alvin Table has movcl from u
The Adama & CuLver garage at As- house adjoining the hotel (., :i house
»••••••••••»••••••••••••••
bury Park has been sold to Thomas which he,bought near Bed liank.
LONG BRANCH, NEW JERSEY
J. Broadhurst of Jersey City for
$76,000.
The building is equipped
RIVER PLAZA .NEWS.
with modern garage improvements
and 250 automobiles can be stored in Mr. and Mn. J. F, Byron Move to
it. Mr. Broadhurst will take posses10 ROUNDS
Their Summer Home Here.
sion of the building November 1st.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Byron of NewBrown, Philadelphia v» Frankie Pitcher, New York
ark have moved t o , their summer
HOLMDEL NEWS;
home here. Mr. Byron spends most
8 ROUNDS
his spare time working on his place
arl Morris, Carteret,
VB Jeff Clark, Sandy Hook Princeton Theological ,Student D e - of
ami by making rustic bridges, small
clines Call to Pastorate.
lakes and rlower gardens he has made
6 ROUNDS
Rev. Mr. , Miller, T student of. his properly'one of the beauty spots
theological seminary, who j of River Plaza.
fester Applebaum, Rahway v« Frankie Curley,,New York Princeton
a short time ago was invited to be! Mrs. Marie Baines has been spendcome pastor of the Baptist church at ing a few days at Asbury I'ark. With
6 ROUNDS
this place, sent word last week that : her is her friend,.. Mrs. .Shiruinu of
|ohnnie Carroll, Carteret, vs Johnnie Price, New York he would be unable to accept, as he', Newark.
desires to finish his studies before . Mr. and Mrs. Fred Engli.lmrdt of |
4 ROUNDS
taking charge of a church.'
Newark were recent guests of Mrs. j
|immie Farrell,- Long Branch v» "Tiger" Roy, West End The two places where round stock Edward Scattergood.
i
potatoes
seem
to
be
turnini'
out
best
Bert Patten has built an addition
For Xlokct Reservations Phone Loni Branch 1S7S
are. the Ely estate farm and Henry , to his house.
(OTICE: Reservation! will not be held later than 8:40 P. M. night of Cross's farm. Thu Ely farm is yield- \ George Day has a new garag
•how unless paid for in advance.
ing seventy barrels to the 'aero and 1 Mrs.
~~ "White
— '
and her daughter |<
the Cross farm is doing almost as Marion of Brooklyn* formerly of this |
BOUTS START AT 9 P. M. SHARP
well. On the Ely place horse manure place, have been visiting friends here. ;
was used instead of fertilizer. There
George Meyer of thjs plan' and Mr.
is a general belief among the farmers Shicoine of Newark aTe away on a;
that manure makes grubby potatoes fishing trip.
'
j
but this is not the case on thu Ely Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Iiluodgood j
place. The potatoes are so good that spent part of last week on an automoRod Bank grocers are paying fifty bile trip oil Long Island.
cents a barrel for them above the
m im
regular price. Mr. Cross is selling his
Vanderburg News.
round stock at Red Bunk and New
York. The season for Giant potatoes
William Prothoro will start work
will be in full swing in about two soon on a new barn to ri-pku-e the
weeks.
.
one which was struck with lightning
John Black is fitting up one of the , and destroyed by fire six
a (!
rooms in his Holmdel inn for a dance ! Miss Gertrude Gilson L pen
To properly commemorate the lives of those who have gone,
hall.
1 " vacation at Palm Bear!,,
•:du. j
a burial sorvico should be arranged whose appointments are charL;<> a
Miss Dorothy Quarstrom of Wash- j Upon returning she will ui
acteristic of the departed. We furnish funeral services of marked
Under
slight
operation
fur
throat,
u
le a t
ington
is
a
guest
of
Mrs..
Charles
S.
distinction and if you call upon us we will arrange a ceremony in
Ely.
[the
Long
Branch
hospital.
harmony with your desires. We have business connections everyMilMi's. M. J. Eayre of Barnegat has i William Williams and 1
where.
ff-W •4
been spending several days with liev ton of Brooklyn are spei
weeks
with
William
Prothem.
daughter,
Mrs.
A.
R.
Hall.
g
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. A -Imiitn of
Alex McClees^is in charge of potato
shipments at. We Bradevelt .station CJoshen, New York, are in-niling a
week
with Mrs. William Gilsnn.
for Abbott Worthley, and John H.
Mrs. J. II. Ritscher has been visitMount is representing the farmers'
ing at Jersey City.
exchange.
|RIDAY, AUGUST 10th, AT OCEAN PARK CASINO
Opposite
Red Bank, N. J.
Register
Ouilding
This Week's Attractions
A Good Bank
Has experience taught you to give careful thought to
your bank account ?
A good bank,grows better as it grows, older and its
"customers usually grow with it—business arrangements to
be permanent must be mutually agreeable.
This Bank invites you to join that large number of
depositors who for many years have found banking relations here both pleasant and profitable.
&QMM0IORATION
RED BANK TRUST COMPANY
State Super-vision
Red Bank, N. J.
FU N£RftLDlRECTOR
HOME for SERVICES"- 6 0 E.FRONT St. RED BAKK.N.J.
PHONE: DARHNIGHT. RED BANK 557
%UTO AMBULANCESERVICE-CHAIRS&TKBLESforALL OCCASIONS
AUGUST SHOE SALE NOW
at
Albert S.Mill
"SHOES THAT
SATISFY"
18 BROAD STREET, RED BANK, N.
252 On AllWhite Footwear
DUCT
• Good for anything, anywhere-—anytime!
That's the practical side
of serge suits.
Gray serges, $48.
B
l u e s e r g e s , $45 or
;
more. »
A pair of white flannel
trousers completes an allround summer wardrobel
WE HAVE ALSO MADE EXTRA SPECIAL REDUCTIONS ON ALL BROKEN LINES
This Sale includes Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes—all this season's merchandise
Midi Ordera Filled
BELOW WE ARE QUOTING PRICES WHICH WILL SHOW YOU HOW GREAT OUR REDUCTIONS ARE
ROQ£RS P K E T COMPANY
"Si,,
These Shoes AreFrom Our Regular Stock and Carry Our Well Known Guarantee
Broadway
Herald S«.
M 1IU» St. "Four at 8Bth M,
Convenient
Broadway Corners" Fifth A T *
at V i r t u
at 4lat Bt,
Maw Tork Ctt7
Ladies' Sport
Pumps and Oxfords
Sweet Clover Farm Dairy
Values up to $9.00
Special* at . . .
$4.95
Men's Shoes and
Oxfords
Values up to $8.50
Special at
"i
Quality Dairy Products
Sterile Fresh Eggs
Sweet Cream Butter
PASTEURIZED MILK and CREAM
Grade A
Certified Milk
Office, 48 Washington Street.
Red Bank, N. X
Phono 1245 s~~-v
Ladies' Sport
Pumps and Oxfords
Colored Kids, etc.
Ladies' Colored
Sandals
Values up lo $r>.f>0
Values up to $'.). Special at
Special at . .
A table of a wide
assortment of
Broken Lots,
Special at . .
A table of Broken
Lots. Take your
pick while they
last. Special at .
IVIerVs, Women's, Boys' and Children's brown and wlnite
Tennis Sneaks
.
.
.
.
,
.
.
.
. .
WINDOW SPECIAL A T $1.0S ,
RED BANK «£GtSTER, AUGUST g.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT CWJRT
SOLDIER KILLED BY TRAIN. -'
Southern DUtritt cl N«« YoiV.
THE MATTER OK THK WII.UAM Sergeant M. C. McClean 6f Camp
FRIEDMAN SHIRT CO, INC.. BANKV»il M w f i Death at Long Branch.
RUPT, BANKRUPTCY NO. »»»2»-l»22.
Upon th« anneiwl iSi'tition of Wnlter S.
Serjeant M. Charles McClean, a
Hilburn. th« truntrr hrrriiu duly vtriUni
the Klt-tilBy of July. 11**3, and th* offer of •tudent in the radio department at
Ji»»> -rumen, dated the SOth .l«v •>» Joljr, Camp Vail, WUK instantly killed 4ast
1(183. t p«j lh« «um "f iS.OOO.UO for the
Wednesday ni^ht when he stepped in
followin
IN
TURN ON THE SWITCH
TO TURN ON THE HEAT
GERBRACH
WILLIAM
Highland!, N. J.
A Good Meal Properly Cooked
DILLON'S
KEANSBURG, N. J.
SHORE DINNER DAILY FROM NOON TILL 7 P. M.
CHICKEN WAFFLE SUPPER FROM 6 TO 9 P. M.
Prices very reasonable.
Free enclosed parkins space.
Plenty of room t o rest a while and enjoy the water. ,
Bathing S u i t , for Hire.
Telephone 3 2 .
4;
A
X
V
£
Winter Is On Its Way
Probably will come, but one thing sure—it
will storm.
Now is the time to overhaul your Gutters,
Leaders and Roofs to save that new pape.rand
other household goods that will be damaged if
you are not prepared. Send for Howard Frey.
Dealers in All Kinds of
YARD * OFFICE—Leonard St. and N. J. S. R. R . Red Bank, N.
PHONE 434
•«•»»»•«««*•<
LEARN
RHanVic BcacV* Park
DOUBLE ENTRY
"Mnp ..f Iluild-
the , ' i l s t tiny of AUKVI^I, \Vi:l, i.t lt):Sl>
A. M.. or a« noun Ilierraf!er us Counsel ean
lit- heard why the.sitid otTVr of .loitas Tumen
OCEANPORT NEWS.
or any other or better oiler that may Vie
ninde at said time for the said Property Tuller Construction Company Gets
should not lie neeeplet! and why the Trustee
h-rein should not have nurh other nhd" furContract to Rebuild Main Street.
ther relief as to .the Court may seem ju.4t
and proper and it is further
At jts mec.liiiK' Thursday night the
OKDEJtED that a ropy of this order shall borough council "awarded to the TulI..- published in the Daily Neivs Keeord and ler construction company of Red
the New York Times on AuvruM 4th, luy.3,
and uiion t h e return day hereof, ami that a Bank a contract for rebuilding Main
t.'Iiy thereof shall lie mailed to each oT thestreet from tin- postoilice to Wolf Hill
i": editors of the bankrupt mentioned in theavenue and from that point to the
Uuiikiupt's sehedules tiled herein HIlil otherwise known to the Trustee herein on or be- state highway at a cost of $5,870.
fore the 10th day uf Aumist. 1923. ami thst The top coat will be of tttrviu. The
suoh publication and mailinK shall be mltn- work will begin in a few days anil it
L'iellt notice thereof.
^
is expected ta.be completed by the
IT IS FURTHER OknEHEV) that t h e
Ti-u.t.e in his discretion may cause a i-opy middle of Si'ptemiier.
of this order to b«. published in the Atlantic
Mr. and Mrs. Percy VanSehoiek of
Highlands Journal and the [ted Hunk Kru- New York spent the Week-end with
ister. Mr. VanSchoick's parents, Mr. and
-SKAUAN MIL1.KK.
.KK.
.....
'
Referee in Ilankrupt.
Mrs. Harry VanSchoick. . r*"
DiitpYT. NVw York. August 1. l!>2:i.
Miss Rita Carney of Phalanx is visMonmouth County Surrogate'* Ofhce.
iting Miss'-Nellie Worthley.
In the matter of th
•utate of William 1..
Mr. and Mrs. William Taber and
HvilenburK. .leceusfd.
Notice t o creditors to
ent claims daughter Durnclla have returned to
Ilk'ilinst estate.
New Brunswick after having; spent rt
Pursuant to the order of Joseph
eph I.. Dunahay.. Surro K ate of the Count) of Men-week with Mrs. Taber's sister, Miss
mouth, made on the i first day of August, Lizzie Durnell.
11*2^. on the application of Arthur H. GladMrs. Mary E. Hall is having her
win, executor of the estate of William L.
Hedenburjr, deceased, notice i^ herfhy jriveii' house painted. William Rosen is doto the .creditors of .Miid vleceiiBed t o exhibit ino; the work.
to Ihe mibKCriber, executor, as HforeSHid.
Mr. and Mrg. Fred Day of IrvingIheir debts and demands against the sail)
estate, under oath, within six months, from ton spent Sunday with Mrs. Day's
the date of the aforesaid order, or they will parents, Mr. and Mrs. William A.
be forever barred of their actions therefor Haynes.
UKiiinst the said subscriber.
Chester Omrow has finished his
Dated, Freehold, N. J.. Atnxust 1, 11123.
ARTHUR B. GLADWIN. course at Rider's business college at
AND EARN
BOOKKEEPING
You can learn Correct, Modern Double-entry
bookkeeping
from home practice. No technicalities.
A child can understand it.
Send $2.00 (no stamps) to
Davis Loose Leaf Form
Mfg. Co., fnc.
44 We.t 22nd St., New York
for their "Complete Instructor
of Modern Double-eqfy Bookkeeping" by a former public accountant.
Complete Instruction in Plaii^'
Language
Call or Phone.
HOWARD FREY
Red Bank, N.
Telephone GO8
Atlantic Highlands, N. L
direct from Arlington Hotel, Atlantic City, under
the leadership of Charles Guglieri. This is the best
^)azz orchestra along the shore. Everybody goes
wild over i t . You sure dance when you hear
them, no matter what age..
•••••******************
1 FUNERAL DIRECTORS \
Let me give you an estimate on that new
Bathroom or Heating outfit you have been
thinking about.
74 Monmouth Street
EARL1NG, JOHNSON & FRAKE, Co.,"
BUILDING MATERIAL
Killed by Doctor 1 . Car.
Joseph
T. Mulligan of Allenhurst
intr Lots «t Nnvfsink HJKhlanti.s. in the
UuruUKh of Hiuhliitlila, .New Jersey. Kuy was struck by Dr. Joseph Aekerman's
* Ci.inwell TIIIIM. KnUfil January i s . automobile at Asbury Park last week
11103." «» Lut Number One Hun.lied and and was so badly injured that he died
Thirty-Seven"
. « • • « • • •
tiiKHi the U-im* <et forth in the >aiil offer. at the Spviiii; Lake hospital a. few
itnii uptm all'the urocei'diiurrt heretofore had hours later.. Norman Reed, who WHM
herein, now on motion uf Henjamin JsieKel,
driving the Ai'kerman far, was held
attoriify for the Tvustw herein, it i*
OKDKKKO th»t 111! rri'ilit.ns herein ;unl on a charge <>f manslaughter
Joseph
other parties in interest herein show cause was nine years old.-. The hoy's father
before mv ut R term of this Court to he
held nt my ollir.v No. L» Heotor street, in theis a member of the New York naUoroneh of .Miuihutlan, New York City, on tional guard.
•• , '.
B map ,.f prt-perly'entitleil
BEFORE BUYING GET PRICES FROM
Lumber, Brick, Sand, Slag, Wall Board, Sheet Rock,
Lining, Cement, Plaster Paris, Niagara Plaster, Lin
Will also Furnish Mill Work for Building.
and LieiiiK in the HnruuKn of Highlands, in
Ihe County of ,Molimt»uth. and Stale of
New dcraej. knuwn nntl dlstiiiiiuifheu on
CAN BE HAD AT
Foot of Main Street
Headache?
• . . , . » , h , i'a'X and prfmi»e» »itu- front of un express train south of the
led iii th«
« BurtiuKh
l r K or iHgbia,f<ii>.
g
County Broadway crossing a t Long Branch.
outh und St»t« of N<'
cy McClean was seen by G. S. Chamberlot l.HN " " Map of Illiildinir I.ot
nk Iliiililands In the lloruuxh of lain of Red ISank, engineer of the
. New .lercfj'. tuuiie l>y Kay &train, walking between the north and
* liitrhla
revised January 12, 1U03, fur-southbound trarks.
t'urnwt
As the engine
itu«U'«l
d liy lU.ln- K y
nierly
at the orner of Huy A nie und Spring whistle was blown McCJeun, without
Highlands t o - looking back, stepped on the track in
utrcet
»uid ISoroiiKh
»ml vrvctimi front of the train and was ground to
ith hU tiuiWiiii
(ht'ti'oi
pieces.
McClean was 3S years old
'• • • • » All that certain lilt. Iraot or and his home was, at Somerville,
parcel uf lanil inul inpnmi-s, Kituate. lyinK Massachusetts.
Let DM tell you lomt facta about FUEL OIL and
Demonstrate' a plant SnitaAIed here in Red Bank.
DROP ME A 'POSTAL TODAY.
Box 174
NAVE YOU
of
Tenderness
and
Alertness
Smock Contracting Co.
EATONTOWN, N. J.
*-
Building Construction
Concrete Work y
Temporary Office:
39 Worthley Street
Red Bank
Phone Red Bank 635-R
Joseph H. West, Mgr.
Leon W. Francis
Main office. 697 Clinton Ave. A
Newark, N. J.
Cement Curbs and Walks
First Class Work Only
Reasonable Charges j
Trenton and he is now spending a
few weeks at his home here.
Mrs. Marshall Emmert and son of
Washington, O. C , are visiting Mrs.
Marshall's aunt, Mrs.. John Mnhoney.
Mrs. Mahoney bus just returned from
the Walter Keitl hos.pitul at Washington, where lur' husband is reeoverino;
from un operation on liia lungs.
Mr. and -Mrs. Joseph Schru.fer of
Brooklyn spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Worthloy.
Mrs. DehoViih Lemmoii cif I.ukeYour monfy goes furthest when you buy quality KOOIIS.
'l'ho econumy of buying cheap
! hurst is spciuling a few weeks with
quality, is not economy at, all. True Keontim.v is in trading where prices of highest quality
her daughter, Mrs. Mary E. Hall.
A PO0N0 OF
t;iiuJs are the lowest iiossiblc consistent with that high quality. And nearly everyone knows
Miss Anna Reynolds and William
that that place is their nearest American Store.
IS WORTH A
S. Conrow spent Sunday with Miss
Reynolds's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-.
An Institution of National
TON
liam RcynohU of Asbury Park.
f or
Re g . 5c
Reputation
.
m » e'
Makes you a Civil, Electrical, MeI"U* surt*. t |£yt your share >it this .special bargain price.
FAIR HAVEN NEWS.
PLANNINGchanical, Chemical, of Industrial
can
C
we put the action in satisfaction.
Firemen's Fair This Week—Supper
Engineer in two years. No enat Firehouie Tomorrow.
trance examinations.
When you're planning to move let
High School Course completed in
The firemen's fair opened Saturday
Kipjiered or with Tomato Sauce, Tiisty nntl appetizinn;.
two years prepares for all colleges.
i night with :i hirge uttendniu-o. It will
5 us assist you. Ours is a record of , **.
k
V
•
! be held every niyht this wt ek H'ul to- j Essentials only.
Ivory Soap
If you
J moi row t^ight u supper will he served
Lifebuoy Soap
Secretarial, Accountancy, of Gen- (•J consistent public service.
|
for
the
benefit
uf
the
fire
company
a
t
Coaline Soup
eral BusSneis Courses, the best in
>J don't believe it ask anybody.
j the tirehouse from five tu oi^lit
the stute, completed in a few
. o'clock.
months prepares for the worthI The triangular .queen contest hewhile positions in business.
Spec
P. & G. N&ptha
i twee*i the Fair Haven, Seabri^ht and
ial Counei for high Bchool und
Fell NaptKa Soap
Middletown colored Methodist churchcollege graduates.
Positions se> M t N IT'S YOUR)
Star Soap
A Heal Labor Haver
A Super-Starch
es will close on Thursday nijfht of
cured.
Jtovtr
next week. A jfirl from each church
Regular 35c Gold Sea!
Regular 25c Hawaiian
Summer School Now Op"cntng.
is soliciting funds for the benefit of
40 Mechanic Street,
big can
can
her church and t h e girl who collects
Send for Catalog.
RED BANK, N. 1.
the most money will be made queen
of the thriHi churches. The contest
U T US KNOW.
luscious slices.
T,E MASTER. INSTITUTE
TaLpbdne 894
With that just-gathered flavor.
is creating eonsidt'rnble interest.
139 Glen wood. Avenue
whole or ground
g
Fair Haven's baseball team lost to
c a n g O J - pfcgg
EAST ORANGE, N. J.
the Ov«U uf Red Bank Sunday after&&X*X*X*X*X*X*&&X*X<t&&^^
noon by a score of 0 to 5.
Now
the time to buy an assorted supply.
Mr. and Mrs. Clureuee Lt'K^; have \
rented the Baldwin house on the j
Main road for the rest of the summer.
Mrs. Guy Rsiwson is 'umlei'KoiiiK
medical treatment a t New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Thom'iis Tansey and
Healthful, Economical Food!
Children Thrive on It soi> .James of Fair Haven and Miss
Barry
of .Baltimore spent Saturday
(Extra Big Wrapped Loaf)
and Sunday with John Tansoy of
Matawiui.Kev. •.John M. Hnizer attendee! a
Wrapped, full-milk—delicious.
convention a t Baltimore last week.
Orinond Urennan of Loilj; Branch j
is spending ii month with his grantlparcnts, Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Den- i
It's ihe Finest Butter in America!
Jusl Taste I t !
" : >.
Miss Julia Smith, Charles Smith,
Mrs. A. llubcr and Miss Anna llubcr i
of Long Island a n d Mir. Koliert Cult j
of Kcyi>urt. spent the week-end with
Ki-iiKiikiihly line e l v i n n c r y p r i n t s .
Mr. and .Mrs. John Nussbaum.
Regular 15c Fancy
I Regular 25c Extra Big
Mrs. Kwrett Smith and daughter
C
tcl
C
Norman .-[H-nt l'riday a t Brooklyn.
Mrs. Annie Brown of New York
ami Mis. l.au.ra Junes of Jersey City
l'.roiU'cl ui'su'ki-l'el t a s t e * l i n e I'm' U v e n k f a s t .
are . priuiiiig a few days with her .'ion,
HE new Gift Jewelry Shop-r-in
r.rnj;:miii Krown.
can
.Mis^ Kitu Cathman of Drooklyii "\*
the point section, first floor—is
\ isiti'.iv lu'i1 sister, Mrs. lVrcy Hennett. I'liarles Hi'iinett of New York
an interesting place to visit,
is viMUuy!" at Mrs. JosvphilK1 tteWolf--.
whether
you are looking for a gift or
.Mr. ami Mrs. Theodore Hrnnelt of
\\':i<hni'.'.tini, U. C., an* sju'inling »
merely
interested
in the newest vagarfew day. with David iiellnell.
ies of the novelty jewelry mode.
that A S ( ' ( ) i- w.unlt'i Tully s
in ihe cup.
You'll T a s t e t h e Difference\
RUMSON NEWS.
It Pays to Trade Where Quality Counts
pine Table Salt
5c
2
Regular 27c Marshall's Herring
Chase-O
Laundry Crystals
3 pkgs
Le Master
Institute
Dumping Truck to Hire by Hour or Day
When It Comes
To Moving
23
Princess
Gloss Starch
pkg 8 c
3 cakes 20c
cake 51c
31c Sliced Pineapple
Sliced Pineapple
GET OUR ESTIMATE
Burdge & Russell
23c
Reg. 5c Asco Spices
Victor BREAD, - loaf 3 c
Bread Supreme
LOOELLA
BUTTER
Gift Jewelry
RICHLAND BUTTER
Norway M a c k e r e l
from all parts of the world
21
12 1-2 | Norway Mackerel
Reg, 15c Portuguese
SARDINES
T
12 l-2c
Asco
ASCO
Evaporated Milk :
r h eM i l k
Superior
. *.n «»
12c
Asco T E A S , I-I Ib pk^ 14c : I Ib pkg 55c
Iixlia
( \ ' \I n n < ' l ' y o i t r
Gold Seal EGGS
Tlic
Strictly Fresh EGGS
1'iiK id' t i n -
N. B. C.
Cluiiranli'eil
Premium Soda
N. B. C. Ilruwn
Butter Thins . . ,1b 20c Wafers . . .
Ib 25c I Crackers
pkg 5c
Pickling and Preserving Needs. Be Prepared!
Mason Pint Jars
doz 69c Asco W. D. Vinegar
bot 12c
Mason Quart Jars
doz 79c Asco Cider Vinegar
bot 16c
Jar Tops (porcelain lined) . . .doz 25c White Distilled Vinegar
gal 24c
Jelly Glasses
doz 40c Apple Cider Vinegar
gal 48c
n>
Double Lip Jar Rubbers
doz 7cAsco Black Pepper
'•* c»" 9c
Parowax
pkg 10cAsco Ground Cinnamon . , ^-"> «•» 10c
Aluminum Preserving Kettles, R i ' •I««I ••^h 79 C -
Asco Dried Beef
HIU'*'il
im Ihin
an u
Pk«
Wnft-r.
*
10c
Wesson Oil P"ntcnn 27c
l)tlii imiM rrt'ilinnl ui' ft \Y,/,]fi\.
TWO BTORE8
Vyi v Immly fur rookinir, o r / o r KIIIIKIK,
IN UfcJJ
BANK
a a BROAD STREaET
IHREW8BURY AVENUE *nj OAKLAND
Tfcw pric»> «t(»c>ivii In aur $tar« In R*J Bank «n«
AM*
Ci.Uir Siilc nl Ro.«ry Hall N c l . $ 3 0 - llnndball Court in Park.
A ral.i ale was held .Saturday r.t
Knsary liiill l>y Miss Vela Hennessey
and Miv Josephine Lynch. Tin
profit...'unlimited to %','M. A curd party will be held on Saturday aftern'n
\ni',u-.t '.!-rith, at the hall under
tin- ilnernon of MIHS Ann O'ltrien ]
and .Mi-. Hay Stanley.
I
,
A liiimUiidl court hi\H lieen mlded
t<> the amii enients at the publie park.
The com'i'otii base of the roller skating link is used UH a Moor for the
court und two board fenced have liccn
put up «t the ends.
.Mr. iiml Mrs, Matthew .Mel.iiughlin
have H'IUIIHMI t<i Jersey City jifter u
vi'it with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tiltun
of Ihe I'.hxk I'oint roail.
Mr.. Tlminiif. McCort of I'liiludclphia is vi'itinir Mrn. Harry llaiiliui'K.
Hurry Coiirml mid ('hurled Murpliy
of Werliawken spent Kuniluy with
|{uy Mi tin r. MIH. McCiirr will go In
Hriiiiktyn Siiturduy tu iiHi'iid Die wed
iling of her nUtcr, MittK Miibid KUKI : n,
U> Wulti'r Kllnu'rn of Htonklyn.
The
Joe VVttKiier
UKMII'IIIHOII
of
Mesv Vovk wpvnt the wei'k-entl M tr.^
l i m i t i oltHKB.
Mrr«. Ktite Duryou ftml fumlly ut
tended tin' fumrul Monduy of M n ,
Dm vcu'" '•IIH-III-IHW, I'wtili'k Kurirll
of lli'lmki'ii.
Ml«f Miirlf It.dlly, Mr. unil Mi«.
John Htiick mid John Cook »t Unlinked mi' >|><-hdliiK two weeks with Mr.
mid Mln. .Sti>|)han Cook.
Kniil HuriMK* l i remodtdliiK Hity
McC.lrr'n \u,\ue,
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ETS, jades, corals and imitation
stones of all sorts give color to the
displays of semi-precious stones.
Newest earrings, bracelets, necklaces,
pins, purses ami bended bags are featured here.
IV yi ORE expensive1 jewelry occupies a section fitted with
finest appointments to be had. liere diamonds clear,
perfect stones in a wide variety of settings wrist
watches in dainty, attractive designs, and the most exquisite
of imported novelties, have been gathered for your selection.
K1UHT
t'l.OOU.
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H E P >ANK XECJflTKg, AUGUST a.
New Jenny CoMt Properties
ALSTON REALTY &
COMPANY
Dfcvtdtott Building, Red Bank, N. J.
have you For Sale or Rental? Send us particulars.
SALES
Tel. Red Bank 1411
RENTALS
ALSTON COURT
Choice plots, 60x168, for sale in this restricted river front
development.
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HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST IN
MONMOUTH BOUNTY.
Personal Notas, Sales of Property,
Building " Operations, Lodge Doings, /Slight Fires, Births, Mar
rtage* and Death*'*—-Other, Items.
A son was born a few days ago to
Mrs. Charlea W. Danielson of Chat
tajiuga, Tennessee.
Mr. Danielnon
was superintendent of the Loch Arbour buthiutf tubinu t«Ht y^ar. The
son was named Charles Underwood
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BROS., HOWER BROS.
Mason
Local and
Contractors
Long Distance
Small jobs promptly
Moving.
attended to.
FIREPROOF VANS.
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ALEXANDER D. COOPER ;
Real Estate and Insurance
58-64 BRdAD STREET
RED
N. J.
Fire, Life, Accident, Tornado and
Plate Glast Insurance
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Phone Red Bank 988-R.
New York and
Asbury Park
DAILY EXPRESS SERVICE
MisB Dorothy Layto,n of Long
Branch has returned Iwmc from a
several weeks' visit-at Winsted, Connecticut.-Miss Gladys'Allen of Winstud is visiting Mrs. 11. West of Sixth
avenu.o.
Robert Frostlck has given up his
job in Shajto's garage at Farm'
dale and has gone lo York, Pa., where
he will "work on u concrete road job
Red Bank
for William A. Bound.
Office Opp. R. R. Depot
Announcement has been made of
Phone 704
the engagement of Miss Florence H.
Rhodes and William A. Soden of EngNew York Office
lishtown. The wedding will take place
75, W » t Street
in the fall.
Telephone: Bowling Green
'Miss Marie Washer and Miss Velmti Bennett of JerseyviJle, who are
attending summer school at Rutgers
Like widening waverine«T*h« fame of "Bam.
college, were honu1 over the weekend.
balina," the dance hit
Alvin Kobinson of Anbury Park has
from "Wildflower," lias
been named by Congressman Geran
spread in every direction.
The Columbia Record
as alternate for appointment, to tlu>
of tbia tparkling fox-trot
naval academy at Annnpoliii. '^
(introducing the melody,
Mr:i. Arties Patten of Long Branch
"Wild8ow»r")( *t played
by Ray MUfrr and Hia
is building, a rjve-room bungalow v.t
, Orthcitra,U sensational
sensational
that .place. . >V- short time ago her
A
j
"Arjgtintino"
hgme was', destroyed by (ire.
on the reverie side, is
A campaign -for funds to buy the
"Bamballtia's" buddy.
American
legion home at
Long
At Columbia Dealers
Branch was started last week by
A-3860
members of'the-region.
75c
Mrs. George W. Matthews of Farmings! ulc is recovering from two operatidYis performed at St. Francis's hospital at Trenton.
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Mrs. L. D. Emerson and Miss Clara
Jimb of Hnlqunim, Washington, have
;jeen visiting E. W. Pfitter and family
i Imlaystown.
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A (laughter was born recently to
Mrs. Charles Davison of Adelphia.
The new arrival, has been numed
Alice1 Davison.
Mrs. Richard.C, Warwick :\nd her
laujrhter Elizabeth of Long Branch'
me spending a vacation in New York
state.
The infant daughter of Mr. ami
Mrs. Charles Davison of Adelphia has
been named Alice.
The Emma Jahn farm ut Marlboro
has been sold to John Wunncr of
TheNamtSLOANE
Brooklyn.
cast in every cleaner
A clambake will be held at the
assures satisfaction
Wayside community house August
30th.
A daughter has been born to Mrs.
Exceptionally low first cost
Conover Burlew of Matawan. .
A son has been burn to Mrs. Edand because of its sturdy
rd Cook of Wayside.
and simple construction,
ANDERSON BROS.,
How can
— old parch floors
\ r b^madeinvitm^y attractive?
THE
AUTHORIZED AGENT
RED BANK HARDWARE STORE
75 Montnouth Street
ROBERT DONOVAN, Prop.
Red Bank, N. .!.
Phone 1)30
Buick for 1924!
"Bambalma"
pSihlBiilpE
BU1GK MOTOR COMPANY, FLINT
Division of General Motors Cori>on
Pioneer guilders of
Branchem in
Valvo-ln-Ilca'J Moto» Com
Cittna—Deals
H. L. ZOBEL
Tel. 9S5 Red Bank
SDCES
Five Passenger Touring.. $1295
Two Passenger Roadjtcr. 1275
Five Passenger Sedan . . . 2095
M O B O A U T O SOAP and SHOFO HAND
nuloculred by John T. Stanley Co., Inc., N. Y.
Cook what Avails Ijou
We have seenSilvertowns return
from transcontinental tours in
such wonderful shape as to be
capable of turning round and
doing the job over again.
If you want continuous tire
satisfaction buy Silvertowns! 'BEST IN THE LONO R.UN*.
Morgan's Service Station
W m . 1. Morgan, Proprietor
Phone
Corner Front Si. & Maple foe.
Red Bank, New Jersey
Engine and Car Derailed.
j
An engine jumped the tratjk near
tile Matiiuan station Su:.(!ay ilighi of
last week and a wrecking crfw was
uired to get the locomotive back
the rails. The night nelurie a e;ir
jumped the rails on' the Freehold diand tied up tratlic over an
hour.
SLOANE
VACUUM CLEANER
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w«irkm»n«hlp, «nmlltv "*
milvrlalt aiul dliulcnrv nrr
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HEATERS
fiURS
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Charged With Robbery.
John "W. llorton of New York was
arrested last week on a charge of
stealing jewelry amounting to $10^00O from Mrs. John A. McDermott
of Spring%ake.
He was taken to
New York by the police of that place.
His svii'e was taken to the county
jail.
Stark Makes Three Visits.
The stork left three babies at the
Long Brunch hospital last week. A
son was born to Mrs. Jacobus Presley
of Lung Brunch, a daugbto was born
to Mrs. Stanley Woolley of Furmingdale and a son was born to Mrs.
James (irnhnm of Freehold.
T a x p a y e r s ' Association.
A group of about lilty Freehold
citi'/ens met last week and took stepH
Inward urgiini'/.iiig a taxpayers' aH«ociiition to work lor improvements in
l'reehobl and lo protect tin 1 intcrcHtx
of the Inxpiiyi'i'H.
'I'HATC.HUR J'unnictn, Iktllcm ami nthrr
}tCAtin|| and cix>kinif ^i|t>l(im«iil nr« *£.lvt\*
, tlHrnllv deituncd ti> t:lw the grrati'X p*1*"
•Ibl" IHIIIIIXT of hint ititltn pvr dollar ami
ihe Hrr»lr«l comfort. I'ucl «»i< mn b*
drfinittty cut wdli TIIA'IXIIKR ht»icr>,
FIFl'Il AVK. anil 47lh SI'RKKT
M:W YORK
Refused Real Estate License.
Sol Kusenberg, an Asb'uvy Park
real estate man, has been refuseil a
license to continue business by the
New .Jersey real estate commission.
This action was taken following-a
chaige made agaiii.<t Koyonberg of
mi,-conduct in a real estate transaction.
To Pass on Unr Applicants.
J u d g e Henry 10. Ackrrs^n, J u d g e
Uulif V. Lawrence, J a m e s D. Carton
and Ilalstead II. Wniuwriftht have
been appoint<'d members of the Monmouth county committee to examine
the Illness of applicants for the New
rsoy liar exuniinalicns.
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Prlcsa f. Okfa.Buick Factarits;
government tax Co be added.
Uitc Wheets dfititmul, $25.00
net
additional
. SLOANE
were not substantiated and
she was denied the divorce.
consider your heating ctxit carefully
IKE an automobile, the first cost
4 of your Finnic In important.
Hut equally HO in the io*t <>t main*
tenance-~fmrticulnriy in the matter
of heating.
POLKS
Five Passenger Touring.. $ 9G5
Two Passenger Roadster
Five Pcssenger Sedan . . .
Four Passenger Coupe.. .
Complete with all attachments.
Accepted \}y arijsuppl uu\ to the
United States Government, for
use in Government Buildings.
Says Husband Gave Her Morphine.
Mrs. Tilly C. Tuthill of Asbury
Park, in u suit for divorce brought
her husband. ThomnB H. Tuthill, said that h«r husband put morphine in her food.
Mrs. Tllthill's
WHEN YOU BUILD—
Five Passenger Double
Service Sedan
1695
Seven Passenger Touring 1565
Seven Passenger Sedan.. 2285
Brougham Sedan
2235
Four Passenger Coupe... 1995
Three Passenger Sport
Roadster
1675
Four Passenger Sport
Touring . . ,
1725
repairsorreplaceracntsarff
seldom necessary.
Girl Scouts on Hike.
The Englishtown girl scouts went
on a hike last Wednesday to Gordon's
Corner, wluire they cooked their dinner and pitched a tent. Those on the
hike were Ella Vanderhoff, Pauline
Hul.se, Marion Press, Walteretta Davis, Fluienee Lowis and Catherine
CunoveY.
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Tel. 90 Scabright
Buick Models and Prices
ECONOMICAL
Four Sent to Jail.
Joseph Bostick, Joseph Minick,, William Clark and William Shinn of
Freehold were each sentenced to ten
days in the county jail by Rjeeorder
Hartshorne on charges of being
drunk. Recorder Hartshorne is of the
opinion that fines are ineffective in
these cases.
Buick agjain creates a new
standard of car comfort,
safety, utility and beauty.
And Buick again establishes a new dollar for
dollar value for quality
motor cars.
Ctiw Killed hy Train.
A c(t\v owneil by Hurtiw Matthews
of Farmiiigdali* was killed by a train
lust wei'k. Tin' ' • " « ' • body wax e a r lied about 'Jllll yards by t h e engine
and it wan not, discovered until riev»
crol liuuI'D later.
l*irfinrn'« l'«lr F.tidnl.
Tlu- I'llir iitiiried lu'.i week by thi'
MIU'II»I|UIIM llii'iiiiu WMH Milled Hut
urdny night by an older of MliyoiI Lloyd \ \ Kiddle f.irlilddmu the UM' <>r
iliiimi' whiM'I'i nr iilhiT gambling ils.-|Vice» lit tlw fitlr.
I Autot In Cnlllsion.
I An mitumiiMIti driven hy t(ntnu<K
iJlcilnMt of Hiiuiuiktim collldcil with
jtlti'-lni* from I hi' FHiinlnatlftlp pieIvi'iitiirltim iHMt week. My. |,i-»lt>r
H.'iwao wn» with lltrtwt, *«tg
hurt.
Mis* Muriel Aurnm-k, ilnu
Carefully balanced
as an airplane propeller
The propeller, which allies the power produced by the
motor, has to be as finely balanced as human skill can make
it. And the gasoline which produces the power should be
ju8t as carefully balanced.
"Standard", the Balanced Gasoline, gives to your motor
the smoothest, steadiest, and most generous flow of power
that skilled refining has yet produced. Instant starting;
quick, snappy pick-ups; power that lifts you over the
hills; long economical mileage; and always that even flow of
• .abundant power. That's what "Standard"—The Balanced
. Gasoline—given you.
You can't appreciate the wonderful performance of a perfectly balanced car until you've driven one. And you
can't know what balance in a gasoline means until you've
used "Standard". At any pump bearing the ml .S. (). sign .
of quality.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
(New Jersey)
Propellers and motors alike need.
balance to niaki the best uw
of power. "O.is" fur your car
must be haiuriccil tn riak« fwucr
iuelf ample, flexible and cheap.,)
STANDARD
GASOLINE
rijthl /n't,' In
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The Balanced Gasoline
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REP BANK REGISTER, AUGUST 8. 1923.
Page, Eight
» • • • • • • • • • • # • # • • • M • • BRIEF ITEMS OF NEWS.
AT T H E
OLD CHERRY TREE FARM
SPRAY MATERIALS
(of Un»e*n*<rMerit).
"Blue Stone" or "Blue Vitriol"
" A n e u t a of Load,"
'"Black Leaf 40,"
"Calcium Arienate."
"Bordeaux Mixture*,"
"Insecticide Soap,"
"N. J. Dry Mix,"
" K "
"Niagara. Dusters,"
"Niagara Dust Mixtures,"
"Niagara Superfine Sulphur,"
Read "Cash Crops."
APPLES,
TOMATOES,
SQUASH,
BEETS,
CARROTS,
ONIOINS,
Lima B u m , Golden Bantam •
n ,,a Country Gentleman
Sweet Corn Soon.
FRESH EGGS,
HONEY,
RELISHES,
MARMALADES,
GOODRICH TIRES,
6ANDY and TOBACCO.
FRUIT GRADERS
ROUND BUSHELS
BEAN SPRAYERS
In Stock.
(One for Every Purpo»«)
Fruit Picking Ladders
Picking Baga
Used SpraTera
Approved Headlight Lensel for
Autos.
GAS, OIL and ACCESSORIES.
BISSELL HARROWS
i J. C. HendricksoQ S Son
Midtlletown. N. J.
Telephone 798-R.
Dealers in
FARMERS' SUPPLIES
Frtight and Tax Extra
On the Finest Super-Six Chassis Ever Built
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Freight and Tax Extra
European Experts Call its Chassis Greatest of its Size
(baches in Service
Hudson Pnces
Speedster 7-Pass. Phaeton
Coach - Sedan - -
J137S
14-5
1450
1V95
These are the lowest prices at which these
cars have ever been sold. They make both
Hudson and Essex the most outstanding
values in the world.
Tout-in;- CahrWit Coach • -
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KENWOOD MOTOR SALES GO., Inc.,
18 Mechanic Street, Red Bank.
Telephone 159
(5286—OP.nv
ten,
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O matter how hot the day, how heavy the
he;irin<» pressure or how ti»ht the clearance
between moviiv,; parts, put the ri^ht consistency
of Polar iiu- into yi>nr nmtoi' and ii absolutely
does tin.1 •.'••or!v —hotds iis body ;uitl maintains a
firm, elastic oil cushion that keeps the metal surfaces saiely ap.u(. Lhree consistciicirs of Polar*
int.-, all ot the same oulsiandin;; quality, take care
of dilliMoners in motor design. Pick the rij»ht
one from the Polnrinc chart and you can depend
on its hiph-class work.
OFFICIAL
Paper Hangiag,
Painting and
Decorating
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Overland. Willys-Knight. Franklin
Esp*ri«Be«d l a mM fasaadMa.
Estimate* ForaUM
14 WortUtr 8l»—K
SERVICE:
" Agent for Amalle Oil
Maple Avenue
. o Red Bank, N.J.
' Red Bank. N. J.
For the heavy wash
and for "wash-bowl"
laundering
Washes out the stains
along with the dirt
C
LOTHES can now keep their justlike-new whiteness until they are
worn out. They need no longer turn
yellow after a few washings.
Ordinary methods—bar soaps, soap
flakes, soap powders—leave some deposit of fat, resin, or waterglass on
the clothes. It wont all rinse out, and
this is what turns clothes yellow.
With D u z the clothes can't turn
yellow. DUZ is a pure car.tile soap
preparation containing' no resin or
waterglass. DUZ goes into t he clothes;
6ends out the dirt; then rinses out
completely and quickly. Nothing is
left on the clothes to yellow them.
DUZ whitens the clothes
> just as the sun does
While D u z is washing out the dirt,
it also takes out the yellowness accumulated from past washings—and
removes all stains, except rust.
Yet DUZ cannot injure either the
fabric or the skin.
The action of Duz, while washing)
the clothes, is the same action you
get when the wash is put out in the
sun to dry. Whether the clothes are
being washed in Duz or dried in the.
sun, they are given a mild white
bleach. The method is both natural
and harmless.
Duz also sterilizes — giving Oie
clothes that sweet, fresh - air ameM
which means real through-andthrough cleanness.
For every kind of laundering
For the heavy family wash and for
dainty laundering as well, use DUZ.
It can't injure the finest fabric*.
Heavy rubbing is unnecessary. Lew
rinsing is sufficient. All stains except
rust, all yellowness, all the old, dingy
look, disappear never to return aa
long as you wash with DUZ.
Your grocer has Duz. Get a 10c
package today and prove its value
for yourself.
THE DUZ COMPANY, Inc., N«w Y « k
Coffee
stains
The Priscllla Proving Plimt
!»•. approved DUZ as aa
affective and harmle&a soap
preparation for all typea
of laundering.
Every week's muh contain* ana
or more napkim or tablecloth*
stalnetl with coffee. Old>faahJane£
methods demanded special treatment; often a brownish ring r«K
moined. When DUZ !• used, m »
forget coffee stains—they csn*
out with the ordinary dirt. DUX
removes oil stains, emcept iust,
without the slightest Injury tothafabric or the hands.
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Biz-Six ,
5-Passcngcr Coupe $2550
1924 Model
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NEIGHBOR
Women Tell Each Other How They
Have Been Helped by Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Models Are the Finest
Big-Sixes Stu&ebaker Ever Built
Thy enthusiujni with which the new 1924
rno-rl Slu'lebakrr car3 hnve been received
locally is an imticntton of the reception they
tiaVe enjoyed throughout the country.
No wonder.They ore emphatically the most
compelling values Studt'balier ever offered
and the public knows that Stud,-baker liny
been a consistT»t U-ntlei", yen .aftrryear, in the
amount of intrinsic value per dnllnr invr^trd.
The Bii'.Bis S'.-i!.in mill tli •- Coupe nre the
finest ci'.rs that Ir.v*' ever hf.inc t!;;- nnnif;
StiitlcbaU^t. Hiry provide nl! tlic p> rl'crntance, nil V iu t-.-iaifurt, aa I nil t'le dc]»cn:l
nbility thai liny cur will fcive — nt n price
thalarnnllcr prcjdurtra caanul approach.
KverythinK for which one can wish in
motoring convenience, comfort and utility
has been provided—even to the extra disc
wheel with tire, tube and tire cover (two an
Sedan); handsome nickel-plated bumpens,
front and rear; large, roomy trunk; automatic gasoline 9iunal, nnd many other fe«t vires. Tin re is nothing more to buy.
Tlir pikes of the Sednn nnd Coupe or«
moderate brctttisc of Studebaker's large prodin-lion, vnr.tiihyfiicnl nnd nnnnclnl resource^
the manufacture of all vital parts in 8tutlt>hiiker plimtM, ami the accumulation of experience nud prestige Rained through 71 ycaiiaf
building (juulity vchiclen.
I1)? * HOD
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. h. factory
SPBCIAL U
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LIOI1T BIX
... 113' WII. '<> n. r l/'««s.. Ill' IV. />, 50 /(. P. r-Pmm:, US' W. D. 00 H. P.
$1,130 Tnurlnn
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Rl»«lstrf ( 5 F
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• D i l i " . Oiups (SPaii.)
Coupf • Kosiliu'r'
Coupe (S. Pass
Sfilsn
Sulsii
ttt IWnat Vitur
The Poltirine
Chart
mv Jersey)
ffillflli
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lie fim»Utenc»
ili«f cor redly
(low, tv<.rb.
flbio.—"I took Lydln R
lile Com|K>und hecaUBO 1 Buffered with
paina in my nidus all
the time.
1 can't
remember just how
Soflft 1 HulTerod, but
it wnn for Homo time.
One (lay I W M talkinif with II lady I mot
on a ear, mid I told
her how I wall fnnlitiK and nhi< nnid who
hnil liecn junt like I
wan with piflrm nnd
ncrvmm
nnd
I ncrvmm trtiubli'it,
C tdr i u b , n d
»ho tmik I |i<> Vi'nelnUo Compound, and
It cnri»l IKT. K.I then I wont nnd K"t
somo, nnd 1 mrlnlnly recommend it fur
It U good. Wlmnovor I mse any woinnn
who l» cick 1 try to s e t her t o tnko
Lydio E. I'lnkham't Vogotnblo Compound."—Mr«, A D A FmcK, Koutu 8,
l*«rry«burK, Ohio.
In noorly every neighborhood In «vorj>
town and city In thin country thnro ura
wumvn who h>y« lx-«n hotpea by Lydl»
K, I'inkliBm'n VegataM* Compound In
thu lru«trnont of •UmenU peailUr to
U)«lr««x, and th*y tak*pl«a«ure in
W* Muilri
HOMER C. METHOT,
n MONMOUTH ttREET, *ED BANK, H. I. V
[THIS
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Phon, 1415 IU4 B u L
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ASK YOUR
STANDARD OIL COMPANY'
S«y "Polartne"—not futt "a nuatt ofol
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Victim of Consumption.
Mrs. Margaret Hayes, wife of
Jitmes Haves of Asbury Park, died
of consnni|itiiir a few days ag;o. She
was; Ml! ymrs. Md and leaves three
children.
Bclmar Girl to Wed.
AnnouiU'enuMU has been made of
the eiiKagimiiit of Miss Betty Rosen- :
feld, (laughter of John Rosenfeld of |
Bulmar, to Ji^enh Drucker of New
York.
Dropped Dead on Street.
Mrs. liailniru Cottrell of Allenhurst dicrl suddenly Inst week while
on the stn-it at that place from high
blood pressure. She n'us 71 years
old.
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Polarinv flows quickly—low teni piTal ures or
lit^li —spren^s evenly over wearing surfaces—-outwears interior oils, yet is reasonably priced by the
gallon and costs much less by ihc mile. Years of
e\p«?i"ience the world over have tati^li! us to combine easy (low, positive work, lonu wear and low
mileage cost and H'IVI- you Polurini: for absolute
lubricating satisfaction,
Andrew J. Hffl
W. F. MCDONALD
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ITight and
Tax Ex'.-a
Ivwx Trices
B3T
(Continued tram Uit
Mra. Edith Ann Erriciuon, widow
of William Errickson of Adelphie,
died of general debility last week at
her daughter's home at Freehold. She
was 84 years old and leaves seven
children, they bcirtK Mrs. Robert
Lewis and Williani'ErrVkson of Freehold, Asher Erriekson of California,
Thomas Errickson of Elberon, Mra.
George Conover of Atlantic High18
lands and Mrs. Applegate of Long
Island.
Struck by Automobile.
Miss Lucille Rothenberger of
! Keansburg was struck by an automobile driven by Mrs. L. Kapp of Ruth-. erl'urd last Wednesday. Miss Roth' t'nberK^r was badly cut and bruised
land was taken to the Long Branch
I hospital.
Raid at Spring Lake.
County detectivi-i raided Spring
, Lake inn a t Spring Lake last WedriesI day night and arrested fourteen men
1 and a woman. Al Smith, proprietor
[of the place, was-held i" $1,000 bail.
' Large quantities of liqupr were
iseized.
T Woman Hurt in Collision.
I Mrs. Howard Dilatush of Bradley
;-Beach was badly n.jured lust Saturday when an automobile in which she
; was'riding: was struck by another car
Mrs. Dilatush was tak.-n to the Spring
Lake hospital in an "unconscious condition;
Jiinips in Front of Car.
Charles RicUler of Monmouth
Beaeh, afecl two and a half years,
oUppoii from behind a hed^e las
week and jumped in' front of an auto
drivetl by Edward Bradley, a m a i l
carrier. The boy sutfereil a fractured
skull.
Fined for Having' Liquor..
I Alex Dombroski, vrtio has a farm
; between Colt's Neck and Freeholc
i was fined $375 and ijpsts last wee
| on charges of possessing liquor an
j of operating a still. Dombroski sai
j he made the liquor only for his ow
use.
,
Died in Virginia.
Mrs. Matilda C. Walker, widow o
John P. Walker and for many years
•resident of Freehold, died at Virgini
Beach, Virginia, last week. He
death occurred* at the home of Rev
John 'Milbank, formerly of Freehold
Road Plans Approved.
Plans for the improvement of Mai
street at Asbury Talk were approve
last week by the state highway commission. The state's share of the
cost will be around $110,000 for
about a mila and a half of road.
Asbury Park Police Benefit.
The annual benefit for the Asbury
Park patrolmen's association will be
livid .vusuat 20th at the Bench arcade. Thomas '• Cross, John Reid,
Clarence Mooney and Alfred Giles
are in charge.of the program.
Ferris—White.
Miss Grace Clark Ferris, daughter
of C. E, Ferris of Asbury Park, and
Ira L. White of Summerficld were
j married lust week. The couple left
on a wedding trip and on their return
they will live at Asbury Park.
! Englishtown Minister Leaving.
| Rev. Walter T. Hawthorne, pastor
j of the First Presbyterian church of j
i Englishtuwn, has accepted a call to
the first Presbyterian- church at Stapleton. Stiitcii is hi n <1T He will g-o to
his new charge in September.
Woman Xaltes Poiaon.
Mrs. Tony As^iolo of Asbury Park
took carbolic acid last week in an
a:tempt to ( ml her life because she
was despondent over the death of her
young son a few weeks ago. It is
believed that she will recover.
Sudden Dealt) by Heart Dsiease.
Frank V. Hurley of Bradley Beach
was stricken willi heart disease whilecranking the automoWlt.' of his
brother, Hairy Hurley, last week. The
dead man was Us years old and was a
widower with two children.
Major Herbert Transferred.
Major \V. I). Herbert, son of Mrs.
Josephine S. Herbert of Freehold, has
liivn oi'di-red to Fort Riley, Kansas,
for duly. -Major Herbert is a medical officer and lias been at Fort Tot-
S T U D E B A K E R
•?*k
&S^JL>
feUi
automobile and rdbiing two stores the,act of Klansmen
arid waa sent«hc«d 'to state prison okers is not known.
BRIEF ITCMS 0 MEWS. anUat
week. HiB-girl eotapanion, Ger-
This
year
- « * &
.
.
•
The man who buys Michelln T i m dWrvtaJuit
what he gets—economy and Mdifactton. And the man who >ow> leu wttely—what occuae
can he give, since Micbclina co'it no morel
KELLY ft COMPANY
Red Bank, N. J.
ECONOMY SERVICE STATION
R. F. D. No. 1
Rod Bank, N. J.
J. W. GRANT
Middletown and Keansburg-, N. J.
L.
practical
CHHMTMN tClXMCM. SOCICTY,
•4 Broad BuM* BaaavN. ii
' " » A. u.. .iirr. u.
tabde Merck, was sent to the \yom- Wanataaaia Club Hpara Talk.
(Continued from feat p«ge.)
re.Umoalal Katttna.
M. P. Greenwood Adams <Jf Meln'a reformatory.
wurne, Australia, made an ud<lrc&s a
An ordinance providing for the
Bid*-.
few days ago at the Wanamassa comuilding of two jettie* at Long Suit for fl,000 Settled.
ttbU* U tOnJUUr taWt** to TUH tfci
T.L CwU.
A suit for $1,000 damages brought munity club. Slides and pictures
Brunch at a cost of $32,000 wai inI Room ftnd to th* mmrvl—B.
troduced at last week's meeting of iy John H. Houston of Long Branch were used during the talk and Mr.
Durinit July nn<! Auitunt the Sunilay even- WILLIAM E. FOSTER,
the city commissioners. All the com- against Vieto Mello of Lyn<lhurst for Atfains exhibited many things used by ing service will be jliicontimud.
^ ITU*.
mhaio.nera voted in favor of the or- injuries received by Mr. Houuhton *ie natives of Australia.
REPAlRlNC M. Y. OttT.
TUNING
dinance' except Mayor Clarence J. and hiB wife In an automobile ucrj- ortaupeck'a Community- Club.
Housman. The ordinance winsome dent a year ago was settled put of
M. F. TETEfcY,
A riMnmunity club has been formed
up for final consideration next ourt last week.
at Portuupeek with Ti charter memWednesday,
• .«• •
and COfiuiSBIOKEK
OfiuiSBI
BIHW,
Mother and Daughter Dead.
K OP
OP B
I
bers. TJie tentative officers are Dr.
Ttl1 N
• d
. Mr?. Maggie Hayes of Asbury Park William
Hold In Jewel Robbery.
E.J Btnfc. II. M.
Br»»a 8t»««t.
H. Brown president, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Horton have dk'd of consumption a ftw days ugo. Mabel V. Webb treasurer and Mfs.
DR. HAROLD J. STOKE3,
been held in connection with the theft She had been a patient al the Allen- Anne Egan Secretary.
DENTAL 8UBOEON, 8tac«*.ior
«*.ior to Dr. Tnu
Tnuk IA*.
o f jewelry worth f i o . o o o ,
which wood hospital three months. Her in- Home from Hoapital.
I* Brudd I t m
BBUdl
t l , Elinar
El
w a s mtolon fram t h e room of Mrs. fant daughter; Rosa Lee Hayes, died
BOOBI 4. ft and 6.
Oscar Hurley of Farming.dale, who
John McDermott at^the Warren hotel of pneumonia a day after her
Offlw Bonn 8:»« to D :0Q o'dpek,
had
one
foot
amputated
at
the
Spring
Ttl.phon.
»0t-W.
a t Spring Lake recently. Mrs. Horton mother's death.
Lako hospital after it had been
was a maid at t h e hotel.
GEORGE MeC T A Y L O R ^ . E ,
Ninety-Two Year. Oldcrushed between car.^at the FarmingC0H8UI.TtM0 raJOWfflBB.
raJOWfflBB
A d d . to Bet>cfe Front.
Mrs. J. Cook Rue of Freehold cele- dale gravel pits, returned home last
CIVIL ENGINEER
NGINE
and 8URVBT0E,
v
R«d Bank. H. >•
her- • 92nd birthday last week.
GUARANTEED 86 Hector Place.
ALL WORK
The Monmouth Beach council h a s brated
passed a n ordinance providing for Wednesday. Mrs. Rue enjoys good
REIU.Y, QU1NN * PARSONS,
Avon
Bank
Open*.
the purchase by t h e borough of the health and is'a great reader. She is
COUNSKIXOBS AT LAW.
aTMaon Buildlm,
iM lulb
DeGray houses on the beach front, a daughter of the late Judge. William
The First national bank of Avon
John J. Quinn,
Thtodor. P. Fariona.
adjoining the swigimini? pool.
This P. Forraan.
opened for business on Monday in a
'
will add 225 f e e t to the beach front
JOHN S. APPLEGATE * SON,
building on Main street. John Shap
Recovering from Long Sickneta,
owned b y the borough.
ter, formerly cpshier of the MunaCOUNSBLLOBS AT LAW:
Everett .Lafetra of Farming/lalc, squan bank, is cashier of the new
TELEPHONE 72-R.
:
*"""" "-a^'BAKK N. ,?"
Autoiit Heavily Fined.
who has been sick and" confined to bank. '
Robert Welch of Karminfrdale "was his home nearly two years, is slowly
EDMUND WILSON.
arrested last week by' a Btatc trooper recovering. He. is still unable to walk To Manage Soccer Team.
O0UN8HSLOB A T J A W ^ ^
on a charge of trying t o g e t away but was taker! out for an auto ride
William H. Truby of Asbury Park,
Offleta: XO 1Ei|»t front Btr««t.
,
after 'hitting and injuring a person last week.
former secretary of the New Jersey
ALSTON BEEKMAN,
with his car. Welch was fined $ 1 0 0
buying" commission, has taken ever
COCTNSELLOB AT LAW.
"
and c o s t s and placed under bail on a New Gaa Tank.
the management of the" Bradley
QBw», 10 Broad St.. BED BAM*. • • ' *.
reckless driving charge.
A new steel gas tank is-being erect Beach soccer football teum.
DR. W. M. THOMPSON,
ed at Long Branch for the ConsolidatFounder*' D a y Celebrated:
DENTAL. SURGEON.
ed gas company. The tank will be Legion Card Party,
Id Nafl Bank Bslldinc.
Bed_Bank,jB. &
Pounders' D a y , t h e B4th anniver 178 feet high and wilt-have a capacity
The Anbury Park American legfbn
Hoor«
Oaa adnlnlat«T<d.
nary of the establishing of Oceui of 2,000,000 cubic.feet. It will cosl will hold a card party for the beneGEORGE
D.
COOPER,
GTOVC a s a campmecting resort, wai $185,000.
fit of the legion at the New Monterey
CIV1I. ENGINEER.
held last week,
Services were con
hotel next Monday night.
SnectMor to Otori* Coop.r. O. I t
Fiery Cross at Farmingdale.
ducted by Rev. J. W. Marshall
PatUnon BuDillliB.
BED BANK. It. I.
Buy*'
a
Farm.
Spring Luke.
>
A fiery cross was discovered
GEORGE H. ROBERTS,
William Hamilton of Jersey City
front of the Red Men's hall at Farm
GRADUATE AUCTIONBW,
Youth and Girl Sentenced.
ingdale Tuesday night of last weel has bought A. Walters's farm of sixty
P.<J1«T«« or Or»d«
Od S
Stock.
tk F
Farm S
Saiaa,
l
F
New Monmouth, K
John Applegate of Asbury Par] and the firemen were called out ti acres at Farmingdale.
•onal
MldJl.town 271-M.
extinguish the blaze. Whether it wa
pleaded guilty last week t o atealin
(Continued on next sage.)
GEORGE K. ALLEN, JR., C. Z., mm*
42 West Front Street,
GEORGE F. RANDOLPH, C. E., ,
For Tire Service
"As ye sow
so shall ye reap"
•
or
|
.
Our service car is
always ready.
Steam Vulcanizing
Fabric and Cord
Tires in Stock.
John Hansen,
RED BANK, N. J.
OlVIt ENGINEERS AND BVBVETOM.
e« Broad Btrnt. Bed Dank, V. I.
NIGHT PHONE
Monraauth County Surrogate'* Offic*.
In the matter of the estate of Julia AdelaJA*
Barbonr, deceased.
.
Notice to creditors to present claims aBatttVt
Pursuant to the order of Joseph L. DOIUH
hay. surrotrate of the County of Monmonth,
made on the twenty.eighth day of Mas*
a 923. on the application of Robert Bar boar.
William Warren Bortour »nd Frederick K.
Barbour. scting executorfl of the estate oC
Jults Adelaide harbour, deceased, notice >a
hereby given to the creditor, of Baid oWeeaaed to exhibit to the ^subscribers, vtvov*
tora as aforesaid, their debts and dcnsBM
aKaimt the said estate, under oath, -withfaa
Bix montha "from the date of the aforesadm
order,-or they will be forerer barred of thtfr
actions therefor against tb* laid subscriber*.
Dated Freehold, N. J,, May 28th. 192U
ROBERT BARBOUR,
WILLIAM WABKEN BARBOOB.
r RODERICK K. BABBOUR.
1209-W.
B A M B E R G E R & GO
All the same high
quality—all the same,,,
honest value
TIMOTHY R. HOUNIHAN,
Contractor and Builder.
,
SPECIALIZING IN JOBBINa
SCREENS AND STORM ENCLOSURES.
Telephone 881-M.
160 Bridge Avenue, Red Bank, N. J.
j A Dry Cellar—Yet a Cool One
A warm cellar is a poor storehouse.. That's why vegetables and other foodstuffs cannot usually be kept in the
basements of homes heated by the old style pipe'furnaces,
or the more costly systems. The
Home Ventilator Furnace
Th. Oriental PATENTED Pip«leM Modal
of Finest
Manufactured only by the HOMER FURNACE CO., Homer, Mich.
will radiate enough heat to keep''lh°e - cellar free from
dampness, but will not detract from its natural coolness.
Vegetables can be stored with perfect safety.
\
Heat is not wasted with the "Home Ventilator." The
scientific principle of design and operation sends all heat
units through the combination hot- and cold-air register,
and from there it is evenly distributed throughout the house.
Clean, simple and safe. • Doesn't waste space and
doesn't necessitate a big installation cost. We can equip
your residence with a "Home Ventilator" in a few hours,1
for a little more than you would pay for a good bate
burner. Ask- us for more information.
«
This is the crowning fur event of the Dear
the event toward which our fur experts bend their utmost energy
for which we make the most elaborate preparations
William
NEW mushroom and bolster hollars, the new pointed and flare-below-theelbow sleeves, the new.rippled hem, the new side closing—all these attest to the
"advance" character of the superb models offered in this sale. Soft, lustrous,
silky pelts of a consistent high grade proclaim the superior quality of the coats and emphasize the extreme lowness of the prices. Both automatically stress the fact that now,
if ever, is the time to buy tomorrow's fur coat at a great big saving. You cannot here
go wrong on style. You cannot here go wrong on price.
flfr I. p.,-
SUMMER
Steamers SEA BIRD and ALBERT1NA
B*tman Pkr 21- root of Franklin Straat, N.w York (Landing at the Bitter* to take on and M OS?
only), and HuthlandM, Oceanic and Red Hank.
aw Tork. at Bad Bank. N. I. IlkhUndi Telanhona. UM
TalaehoneCall7t'J|^\
roR
Dally exc.pt Sunday.
A. M.
Leave Pier 24, foot
of Franklin afreet.. 8:30
Leave Battery Landing. 9:00
Arrive Highland!
about
NEWARK,
1
. i,\ I, ,'r -A*-
N.
J.
IOISO
Arrive Oceanic about 11:20
Arrive Red Dank
about
11:50
SUNDAYS.
A.M.
Leave Pier 24, foot of
Franklin (treat
Leave Battery Landing 8:30
Arrive Highlands about 10i2O
Arrive Oceanic about. . IO18O
Arrive Red Bank about lli2O
Bambarger's Third Noor—Faahlon Lmnm
"One ofAmericas Great Stores"
SCHEDULE
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JUNE 23d. 1923.
Subject to ehann without n o t l c
Dark Natural Musktar Coat, 135.00
This coat proclaims its newness in the herringbone pattern in which the skins are fashioned
The shirred collar also adds a smart touch. 48
inches long.
. BAMBERGER &• C O
J
MERCHANTS STEAMBOAT CO. OF NEW JERSEY.
Living Models Will Display These
Beautiful Furs to Their Fullest Advantage
Hudson Seal (Dyetl Muskrat) Coat, 275.00
Ift-inch Hudson seal coat (dyed muskrat).
Northern full furred skins. Crushed shawl
Collar and cuffs of fine natural skunk, or Vlatka
and natural squirrel, as you prefer. SemiMandarin sleeves.
Rod Baak u 4 SMbrtfu.
FOR NEW YORK
Daily excapt Sunday.
P
A. M. P. If.
- M
LeMra R«<l Bank . . . . 7:00
7:20
3,15 Loavo Oc«anii
Leava Hi«klanJ. . . . . 7.SS
j
5:00 Arrive Battery Landing
about
9i80
g ; 30
Arrive Franklin Street
•iM
about
10,00
8 .O0
!
SUNDAYS.
A.M.F
A M P.M. PH.
Loav. R.a BanU. .B:O0 3>3O M
8:30 I l.eava Oceania
3|SB
0.00 L.a.e Hlihland.
4i30
10i50 Arrive Battary Landing
about
8i20
lli20
?
lliSO Arrive Franklin St. about
IS
T L . 5:00 A. M. and 3 . 3 0 P. M. B o a t , from R»d Bank on Sunday (or Bttt
attary Landing Only.
H0TIUH-At IlatUrr Laadlng. all tjevalitatf trains lot uptown, aubwar foi uotown n taRnaUfa
and aarfaea oan and fntlaa to HtaUo IslandI and Braoalrn, m t>a raatlml In twit soln.ua.
M
LABOR DAY BOATS WILL RUN ON SUNDAY SCHEDULE.
Burdffc & Rwaelft Stghttcclng Bw««t to «nd from tang Brand,
wid Asbury Park will roeot all bo«U on th«ir arrival al ftal B*a*.
CAN TANK TXOLaJtV.
At Hlg-U«d. via JL C. T, Co., f « Stoat Chun*, Hvrutlk, AilMill*
nighUndi, B«lford. K*anibttTt. K*f»*rt, IliddUCowo and KM Bank. Al na
At
Rw Ba-k Jlttwyt
ty for ttiwiburr. t5»tor,U>wr., U H *raMlv Alb
- - - - - ' o««*nl«, Bnaumn. Uttit SUvw, C w y V«« m§
b«rj P.rk, CtU H«y«n
K»* MM.
"TtTJd'l.J. «te h
h 0. T. IX.
IX tor l-lr Vlt«,
aouth,, B*I/ord, KMutnuf
titd
t
itd E*f sort.
I
AUGUST 8,
[BRIEF ITEMS OF NEWS.
TRAN
i
'
(Continued from last page.)
.Mrs. X'-ixvl Whittfiulak', Mrs. Kip- j
' jisinl'. Mr. a m i Mrs. V. W. Cluuiwick,
! -MiMiU-a. Ajfiu-s a n d Klizaliuth D ' A r c y ,
j Marion W a r n e r . IU-U'n a n d T h u t n a s . J
: j-'ri'sham, Thomas Lamy, Louis B u r n s ,
' J o h n Klvin, A r n o l d ' KUK*T a n d \Vul1
rvh 1'nkcr of Spring" Lake went t'n u
iK'Ui'h. party a t thai phu *; last w i c k .
THEATRE,
Phone 6SS
RED BANK, N. J.
BURNS SCHAFFER AMUSEMENT CO.
Matinee Daily: 3:00 P.M.
Saturday: 2:30 P . M .
EVENINGS—Continuous: 7:15 to 10:45 P.M.
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
August 8th, 9th and 10th
FLORENCE VIDOR
and MONTE BLUE
WITH'
Harry Meyers, Robert Gordon, Louise
Fazenda, Noah Beery and Otis Harlan
Tlie Greatest Nove! Ever Written of Rural America.
MATINKE 20c
FT"-*
30 E*st 54th Street
N*w York Ci(j
St. A'utu.tin.
FloHd*
THE RUTHANA WEAVERS GIFT SHOP
Broke J a w in Kail.
|
Mil.-s'.McTa^u.- »-f Astniry Vt\rk -fVll j
' a t Ihc railriKid ^ u t i e n at that plju'i* I
• Ki iday ni^ht and . ' rurk 1MS ''are un j
;
: h c n'i rhin^. luv.ikiiitf h i - j a w . It is.|
[ lU'Vt'd he was seized with an a t t a c k
n.f epHcpsy.
EATONTOWN, N. J.
at
COLONIAL
> p
HOLLOW
H O U S E '
TILE
MIDDLETOWIV'NEW JERSEY
GIFTS THAT ARE DIFFERENT
Common Brick. Face Brick and Face
Tile. Plaster Blocks.
Attractive Novelties
••
Unusual Hats
Individual Hand Woven Bags and Scarfs
I Fined $1,000.
j A k ' x Sniitli, prop rie t»r uf t h e
j Sjn inn i-akt i i n n , whirl, was raided
i 1'V l o u n t y d c t e r l i \ e s icci'iitlv, pleadj CM guilty to t h e sale of liijiior last
I week a n d was lined tfl.HOit and costs.
The Big Man Some Day.
| Cross Burned a t Freehold.
;
A wooden cross \v;i> burned o n
i'l'ursday nijrht m iast u»'<-k in .MOMU| inunt v p a r k a t Kieehuld.
'1'he cross
> WH-.i t'*Uir t'pft Jii^h a n d was covered
j with rai;s MiUirau'd with kVrost'iie.
This Bank is not only interested in big men,
but it is even more interested in those who are*
going to be big men some day. Maybe this is
you. Line up with us and let us help you.
{ Mntawan C a r Kills a Child,
j An autu driyi'ii iiy A. M. lh.ii*h of
j Maliiwuii struck ant! killed un ei^ht; y«.:nr-o|..i j^ii I n e a r Uarnej^at S u n d a y
of last week. A l o u n i e r V j u r y r x u n criited Mr. Ilaij^h. from Idamc.
NIGHT 30c
New Jersey Brick Co.. Inc.
We practice —
CONSISTENT COURTESY
SER.VIC£.
Our constant aim is to be helpful to our Customers
and to the community by rendering a thoroughly modeFn
and progressive banking service.
D e a t h from Paralysis.
Mis. hMith Krrick.^un died a t tliu
home of hei- daui;-ht( i r, Mrs, R o b e r t
Lewi.-, at' Kreehold, T u e s d a y ' o f hist
week of piiraly.vr. She was .S7 ycurs
"Id a n d 'leaves seven children.
Soils H o m e ; Buys A n o t h e r .
W a l t e r HiiKh'jy of Kreehold h a s sold
his tuniM' on P a r k e r s t r e e t to J . R e l ink of Ashui'y l*:-irk. Mr. Hughes lias
bought a house on Vredcnltnryli avu-1
nue from Tripp it C'unimin^s.
i
THE S E C O N D N-A,TIO1MA.L. B A N K
RED
Road to Open A u g u s t 25th.
j
The new com* ret e ruad hetween
St a!:r;Kht a n d Highlands will be formally ope net, on / S a t u r d a y , A ugust
^.">lii.
(liu 1 I1 a If {>{' I In- road w a s
uj.o'ned for t r a v e l last week.
BA.rsiK:, N . »J.
Total Resources over $6,500,000.00
Tall Cedar E x c u r s i o n .
l;\v View forest n\ Tall Cedars of
K i'.v po r t will r u n a n e \ c u r> i oil to
Coney Island d u r i n g t h e second week |
in Septeinher, when t h e maiili gi'" ' J
felelil ^ti'lH will Me nil.
5unday-Scchool Class t o Give P l a y s .
Miss Ada M. Clayton's S n n d a y schcii! c!:is< at Adelphia is r e h e a r s i n g
for l wo plays entitled "I low t h e Story
(.ji'ew" ami " T h e Minister's W i f e " to
l>e given next fall.
J udge BordtMi I n j u r e d .
Juilgy Joli'h A. ' l ' j r d e n of A>l>ury
I'llrk was injured 1;i^t T h u r s d a y when
he fell ajjraiiMt a n u u a l o r and his head
was c u t . . T h r e e s.niches, were taken
to d>ise Ihe c u t .
At PlaltsUurg C a m p .
.Julius T. Wolil" of Freehold a n d
l l o h e r t . F . -lacoiiu.s of Ocean tiruvL'
a r e enrolled a t t h e I'lattsl>ui'y milit u i y camp fur a course ui' military instruct ion.
Pictuiixation
of the Novel
% SINCLAIR LEWIS
Directed ly HARRY BEAUMONT
Comedy—'SMALL CHANGEK1NOGRAMS
FABLES
Saturday, August 11th
FRANKLYN FARNUM
"THE MAN-GETTER"
IN
A swift, moving di'inim of the n-olilrn west with a two listed, lin
in^r, smiling (hire devil. A story of luve ami udvi-iHuvt.'
PEARL WHITE in •'PLUNDER"—11 th Episode
Comedy—"CHASE T H E BRIDE"
Monday and Tuesday
August 13th and 14th
PETER B. KYNE'S GREAT STORY
"THE GO-GETTER"
WITH
SEENA OWEN
T. Roy Barnes, Tom Lewis and William Norris
A
C()S.MOIMIUTAN
PKOlU'CTION
A rupid I'M•».* t'ttini'dy t hiit simply siz/.k-n with fun intil
COMEDY
inspirMi
K1NOGRAMS
Wednesday, August 15th
I ANNIK HUKSTS STORY
"The Nth Commandment"
SPECIAL
NOTICE
August 16th and 17th
The Most Notable Event in Local Theatrical Hinlory
THE WORLD'S PREMIER SHOWING
I A Long B r a n c h W e d d i n g .
|
Miss A u g u s t a VanPe.lt and H a r r y
• S a n d e r , both of Long B r a n c h , were '
| IIV.UTHMI at t h a t place last week by
! Rev. William It. Blackmail.
—OF--
I
Notre Dame"
This Bedding Sale is something we have been working on for months to get these values together to
offei*ito you. If you have the slightest need for beds or bedding dont let this pass by, as you may not
get this chance again.
i
Married at Trenton.
Miss Sarah Cottrcll and E l m e r E.
Applegate of l'reeliold wore married
at Trenton Saturday week by Rev.
Gill Kubb Wilson.
White Enamel Bed
Only. . . .g.75
•* 14AAAAAlAAAAaAAAAA*lAAAAAA*AAAAJlUt>AAAAAIiAAA •
FIVE-PIECE BEDROOM OUTFIT
Only
/17-50
Crippen—Hamilton.
|
Miss Rachel Crippen and Frank
Hamilton, both of Asbury I'ark, were
married last Thursday woek by Rev.
W. II. Cummings.
Walnut Finished Bed
Only.... 1 H.50
Home From Hospital.
j Mrs. Joseph Hondriekson of Ocean
'Grove, has r o t u r . ^ d from th<- Spring
Lake hospital, where she. umleiwent
an operation.
i Deaih from Complications.
Lugar IJrieels. v( U'ADIUI died from
a complication of disease- hist week.
! He waa i>7 years old and leaves a
widow.
At Bear Mountain.
Miss tieorgiannn Wagner a n d 3
Marion Kress of Englistown a r e
spending' two weeks at 13oar Mountain.
Sale of a Farm.
The C. A. White farm on the Free' hoM-Tenneut road has been sold t o
rgu F. !• riedcrich of Jersey City.
This bed can be had in all sizes
and is a wonderful buy at thia
price.
All Steel Link Spring
Only.... £.00
Atlmry Park Man D<*nd.
.l«.)::n 11. VanOih-y of Anbury Park
• lit d Inst wi-.-k of bronchial tnmMe.
He wa» I 1 years old.
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I ' m i H
o f
P i U ' . ' t r ' h
c
f
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t ' . > u ; U y
CiMifll y ,
n f
M u i m i o u t h
. M i 'I h u t H i l t i v .
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ill
t>>
J.ily
n.
l l i r
f » r
this is a real bargain.
of
bed, , mattreai,
spring, dresser and chair.
All
Cotton Mattress
Only. ... JQ.75
OUTFIT
36 5 0
A Simmon* all cotton mAttrcss at
this ftpectnl price, and each mat tress packed in si sealed package.
Feather Stuffed Pillows
Only O C c each
Comforts and Blankets
All Reduced
A three-piece hrntt hrd outfit like tkis c«n nut be had anywhere
f l i r at thi* Jirir**.
It ftm.iit* of 2-inch continuoui | ) O B ' bed, well
made, nil tc-tton mattress and all steel noii-sag spritiK.
N O i i n ; o r vi.i n I M I . N I OI A C O U S T .
r. t M ( l ,,f s u . m i I ' M M | . < | . . • • • . - H s . . . i .
-•
these complete outfits as
lilt a
all steel, non-sag Simmons
nf; AL
price will give you
upririK
AL this
this prici
con fort add rest.
Attended Sunirnvr Silioul,
K.v. K. T. W t , . U of Adelphia m.
tended l nc > unum r ^ihnul ni Oi'ean
(ii o\ c la^t wii k.
It
bed room equipment. Con-
Can be Had in all finishes and in
all sizes, in walnut, mahogany and
oak finish.
An
Harvrt ilonir nl W.iynidi".
J'h" ai,!iu.il haiA e^t home of the
Wa\-.:de cb.irrli will 1M> lu-ld on T i n day, Aus;u
:!]<:.
N c i . T
M i.fr.'hy
r m - u t l . n l On< M - I ' < ' I I M I »
"t
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n.|nnruj-(|-.itMr
witli
v,ilt
n u n . «i .1 JimS H U I I
11 u s I . i- u f t i i i * •• m l * <>f
Come early and get one of
BRASS BED
Only
ManaRquan Man Dead.
Willu.in W. I'oi e uf M.inasquan
died last l- ritlay at the age of -If*
years, l i e is > ur\ i ved by a wii!o\v.
Taken to Hospital.
Mrs. M try (ioldberg of Helmar
as taker, last week to tin 1 Long
liraneh hospital for treatment,
New LI o n »,
Charles A. llarvi-y, Io;eph Poole
and Fred<'i'ii'k Muni rim have joined
lite L.iii - IJranra Lirr.s club.
Here is a splendid offer in
A Free Boudoir Lamp With Each Outfit.
, Union Church Services.
,
The MapliiU cluircli and the. H<'I: formed church of Long Uranch a r e
holding union services during August.
TMi ia mien you r a n affurd lu liujt
riiniinl, iiillows.
Just tliink uf
tmying l . » l h c r stuf(«d pillows nt
thia ttriir.
READ OUR ADS EACH WEEK. MAKE IT A
HABIT TO LOOK FOR HANCE'S AD AND
GET THE SAVINGS THAT OTHERWISE YOU
MAY LOSE. A DOLLAR SAVED IS A DOLLAR EARNED.
W«t urn offering all blank*ts and
comfort* at rUtduccd priiri. Como
««rljr tknili gfit first choice.
l l u
.1 f.
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III,M(I,I:H I , m i i M Mt.
MonrtKiillh C a n n l y 3 i u r O | H ( « ' « O f ' r « .
t i T inatli'r t'f t h f K t n t i , n t I l i i
nit I,.
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Ni,ti,',< i t . frvifHurt
In t)triii<i,|it f l u l n n ttunlnnt
i^lftlv.
C u i - u n n l In IIIM iinliir i f Ju«i'|ili I . MHMHm y , tiwtttwitl? ( f *hn I'MUtllr nf M » n m m t t l i ,
mini* n n II.» t » . t . l l . t l i liny nf J u l y , III J.I, ut\
i- •M.llcatliili n f Wi«»li«tb C. W n l l i n x . o r e .
K t l t » f tbr t i a l n l r lit l U l i n n t l I , . C.',.k il«>
*.»n*iil, nt»CI«w U h e r e b y K h t t n i t i th*< pr# IIiiri nf (Kilt ild.M'H.ii'l In • t l l l H l I " l*i" • " ' ' •
r r i l i p r . i i l « « U t r U Illi llfiupnnlii
1ll«i|r illliU
In
"The Hunchback
BARGAINS
AUGUST
Buys a H o u s e .
H a r r y Megill of F a r m i n g d a l e , who
j h a s been living 1 for sonic time in a
j house owned by John Clark of 'Frenj t o n , bought t h e house last week.
nit iWiimndii «M«!n«l th» >Alil intnl«, mi>li>r
ithin iita tiiiHitKfi frmn tli« iUtp uf th#
4i) «pl«r, or l l u r »ttl h« (unvtt
uf thvlr •stlorm Ihdifnr Mnltut Ibt
bifflvpr.
KLiXAnerii u.
SPECIAL
Boudoir
*
Lamp and
Shade
3.75
You Will Always Do Better At
ROBERT HANCE & SONS
12 Broad Street
' Red Bank, New Jersey
SPECIAL
Porch Swing
3-50
llux» who c*m> In Inn
Ut* an Iml ihipmunt
la K*l lliclr awing, wo
would adria* la iinin.
•arty.
. s,
HSTER
l u a i l WMklj, Kntotai a* *
allies at lud Bank, M, I
.VOLUME XLVI. NO. 7.
Uau Hatter at tb* riw«tfc« Art o< March Id. UTi,
RED BANK, N. J., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1923.
$1.50 Per Year.
PAGES 11 TO 20.
WEDDINGS.
KLAN GIVES $30 TO CHURCH,
BOUGHT THREE LOTS.
Johnson—Cook.
Gift Came in Roundabout "Way to
Red Bank Doctor Buyi a Corner Plot
Tinton Falls L&diea* Aid Society.
The wedding of'Mih.s Myrtle Johnat Riveriide Height!.
THEY WANT REPRESENTATION
! BIG PICNIC HELD AT RUMSON , i-ast week an i-iivi bjpe wa* handed THEY FIGURED PROMINENTLY
ELKS GIVE OUTING FOR CHILDr. Samuel W. Huusman of Eaet i
AT COUNCIL MEETING.
ON
ALL
BOARDS.
LAST
THURSDAY
DREN MONDAY.
of
Hudson
avenue,
Ked
Bunk,
and
!
t
<
>
a rni-miier'uf t h e ladie-' ;iid society
i rant street has bought three ad- j
Edgar C Cook, son of Kilgur 11. Cook
of. tin1 ' l i n t o n Fulls 'Methodist church
e
picnic Wui Held at Belvedere Beach juininp; lots »t Riverside Height*, n | Red Bank Den.ocr.tic Women Have •of Atlantic Highlands, will take place
""ber. of the Monmouth County by a m a n who ^aul he wa^'nnl a m e m - Another Meeting With K«gard t o
Busses to be Held Tonight^—Mon*
At K.e»n*burg—Everything Free to Middletowu township, which iii the • Picked Out • Woman for tach this afternoon at four o'clock at. the • Horticultural
id TAieir
Society
and
b e r nf l h e K:i Klux Klan b u t who hail
Fa m 1
S en
n
nioulh Mutual Supply Company to
Election Board
and
They
Want
Children and Aboul Forty Enjoy a i tract of land recently bought by Edon Ht>wr,
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;
bride's
hpme.
The
ling
ceremony
:
been
reiiuestei'i
by
a
Klan
n
u
m
b
e
r
to
be Prosecuted, tbo Mayor Peclnrea- a r d S B rd
, win K. Conovcr, Benjnmin L. Atwater
Delightful Day.
- ° '"
• Place.
ask the Indie.-' aid society to accept
Women on the County Commiltee. ,w j u 1)(. p e r f o r m t . d by Kev. W. Holland |
The Ked Hank Democratic execu- > Raver,
1'h« Monmouth county horticultur- the content- of t h e envelope a^ a ;;ift The. (question of bus service over
Red Hank atwl Keyport trolley
Klks took thu ciippK'd children uiul
tive and advisory boards held u meet- j Raver,
church. pastor of the Methodist i
^i y held its annual outing last from the Klan It wa.- i n t e n d e d , the the
! the corner of Conovcr place and At-ing h u t week and the women on ' urch.
Mendelssohn's wedding march will , Thursday afternoon
on H
Howard
ft
d S.
S nlan said, a.-1 a £-i!'t to be added t o tlie route was discussed a t length at tho
inowu-upH who live within its district i L
, ,i_ - B
Red
liank council meeting Monday
boards presented their claim I
.„__._„
_.. of ; Bordtn's sumirm; place at Kum.son. church's harvest borne fund. T h e e n played
by Mrs. K. K. Koxwell
to ilt'lvedttre lieach at K«unHl>inv to w u U ' r avenue .and they form a cor-these
to representation on the county j Bergen place as the bridal party de Mrs. Borden invitee! the- .society ],o velope was opened last week a t ' a lUK^t. 'j'liele wari'a long iUtlk i^S to
committee and on the town elec- scends the stairs. The bride will be hold the gathering on the Burden nli-eting of t h e Indie*' aid society a n d wiiether tlie license feer for a bus
ub u i l d a
c l m d i e f und grown-ups a number of f"o ur h™
r^*™*
'"> «"-' P l o t tion boards. They will also expect attired in a gown of white georgette property. A better pku'i- for the out- it wa.s fou'id. In iii.-itain $Jill. T h e r e Should be reduced from $. ilJ to $15.
l s0WI1
reUtiv/s1 and friends of the guest* of
occupancy,
representation of two members on j trimmed with real lace. She will ing could not have been selected. The was no letter in Lhe envelope. T h e (Jtie siiHK'-'st'on was madii tl.al no lithe dtiy were, also invited, in order
euch Ked tiiatik - borough executive j carry a sh'ower boquet o f white roses spacious lawn afforded plenty of i-u;,m xi.cietv h a s ncr'-rded a vote «f t h a n k * cense fee be charged at all for the
balance of tile ye|ir. I t wiiM rejiorted
committee.
land lilies of .the valley. She will b,e for the picknickein und there was to the" Klan.
that the usual care und attention
tb,;tt Keyport had pulled out (if the
Under the law each political party given
siven to the quests might not be lack- :
away by her father. The bride ample shade un<ler the large trees
g
as.sociation
of municipalities formed
han in each election district two mem- iand
m»i.
j
an
l l i u (groom
J I U U H 1 W i n'stand
O W I I I U ubeneath
uuuiiiii u
i l Iurch
I I L H , which
n i i i i . i l ndotted
i n i c L I the
Lilt- llawn
a w n lie-re
i i i ' i r ami
i l l l l l Ithere.
l l l ' l l ' . 4 T k A { 1 O n T T n ' B > T r ' - \ ft *Y* T\ k m f / ^ r 1
to agree on a bus program and had
bers of the county executive com- off fferns and cu.t fl
Automobiles contributed by memflowers. During the \ More than 100 persons attended the ( . K I I N S K l i n ft h i ) A I
) A N l , r , decided to settle the question, withUUlUlliV i l l 1/miVli.
uers of the Elks' lodge und friends of BUSINESS TO CEASE AS TRIB- mittee, two members of the election c e r e m o n y M r s . l-'oxwcll will pluy ''.O | o u t i n g . K o w b o a t rides, visits t o ihu
out regard to the action of- other
board, '.un.1... five members, of the
UTE TO PRESIDENT.
the lodge took the children and
Promise Me." .
< Borden playhouse, slide,.-;, swings and
Councilman William H. K.
4{rowri-upa to Belvedere Beach and Mayor Miller Ittues Proclamation focal—execulfve committee. The
Miss Beulah Breckinridgc of Ked \ see-saws provided plenty of amuse- FIERY EMBLEM INTERRUPTED places.
White was authorized to represent
Democratic women's organization of Bank will'be bridesmaid. She will ( ment for the children while, the uld.er
Ijfouifht- them home at night.. Tlie
FESTIVITIES
ON
STREET.
Ked
Bank
at a meeting of officials of
Asking People to Fittingly Obterve Red Uank l u s set up aclaim of one wear a gown of pink georgette and j folks took part in athletic events.
•automobiles aturtud from the Elks'
the various interested municipalities
the Day Public Service* at Bar- woman member on" the" election I will carry pink roses. The bride's sishome about 'half-past ten o'clock inOne of the events whicii attracted Dancers Ceased Their G y r a t i o n s t o at Red Uank tonight. It is expected
ougli Hall.
board in each district arid one wo-I u ^ Hilda will bo'llower girl. She
Rush Across to Tracks a n d P u t O u tt l l i l t tllL
the morning and returned with them
considerable interest was a maze
' <iue.stion of license fees and
Flaming Cross whicii Threatened
Mayor Archibald L. Miller of Red I man member of the county commit- will be dressed in white marquisette. race. The maze consisted of rows of
about MIX o'clock at night. Automo.other questions will then be settledto Cause a F i r e .
biles were furnished by John I', Mul-.i Bunk "has issued a proclamation ask- tee in each district. It is expected Raymond Johnson, a brother of the j high privet arranged in a square in
Mayor
Miller and all the couneilmen
.Be | bride, will, be .ring bearor.
Robert ouch a way as to make it difficult to
vihill, Joseph Salz, Augustus Mintoh, I inp: the people of the town to set aside that they will ask for two memVlers
Monday night, while h u n d r e d s of
said they would be on hand
William Dodd, Walter B. Connor, Friday as a day of mourning on ac-of the local executive committee in!Cook of Atlantic Highlands, the reach the center. The other events peM-sons were enjoying a block danee present
to advise Mr. White.
Abram Simon, Lester Brown, William i count of the death of President Hard- each election district.
| groom's brother, will be groomsman, j and the winners are as followss:
on Kridg'e a v e n u e , a b u r n i n g
cross
Another thing that took up a lot of
The matter was taken up att h e
Coyne, John L. Montgomery, Henry inp. Ho baa arranged for a short
A f t e r t h e c e r e m o n y a b u f f e t l u n c h - j , i o o j a n l ilush f.>r men m - r r :io >
suddenly a p p e a r e d near t h e railroad time was the alleged violation by
! First, .loiipph K f i m n l y ; second 1't
I'1. Uylin, William Pease, l('red C. 'service a t tire town hall a t whicii meeting of the . executive and a d i
will be served by James R. Woltrucks ^tbout a iilock liisiant. L u m - various concerns of the ordinance
jvihill;
thiril,
I-rank
KiIilliiKtun.
VuuVTiut, Myron V. Brown, Clinton clergymen will make prayers and visory boards of the Red Hank Dem-1 colt. The couple wi' . leavu afterward I 100 yiinl dash for ,m«-n iinilcr :!l) ]
ber a n d 'other material liable to catch prohibiting the use of * soft , coal.
V. ' Klliott, William Woods, William . speak and a t whieh-representativpn of ocratie party last wee-ic, but no de- ] on a wedding trip.- 'lhe bride is a
Lolil—l-'il-st, Arthur Turner ; neeonii, l.nwi
lire wa.s stored near wheie the cru^.s Mayor Miller said he had instructed
IJerry, Elmer E. Morris, Augustus'various civic organizations will ma
make cision was reached. The Women graduate of the Red Bank high sohno! PljvmiK; tliir'l, Lestt-'r Kcnni'iiy,
WHS b u r n i n g a n d tlie in;erry-niaking the chief of police to serve notice on
Woclfc, Thomas McKnight, Mrs. remarks. The proclamation is ae fol-recommended for the election boards and h:is taught at the junior high [ 'iO yiu-il (lash fur men uvrr :1O yi-.ir. (
ceased
white . nearly...everyorm has- the Monmouth mutual supply comI First. Alfred firillilli: necund, Cliarlen
Samuel Coggins, Mrs. Hutu C. Elliott lows:
iu tho tenRed Bank districts are school the past five years. She. retened Lo t h e liery emblem. The cro'ss pany to discontinue, the use of soft
. t h i r d . Harry A. Kt-ttel.
and ft^oJohn H. Cook. Most of
It in fitting nnil proppr t h a t we, the peo- as follows:
ceived many wedding gifts.. Mr. I 50 yard dash for nlal-ned woimn I
Wii.s torn down a n d the lire was <iuiek- •coal within '18 hours or fac» prosecuM»Hh.'w lSowniim : sieinid, M i«
thu&^wlio^oll'eied automobiles went |jk> of Ki-il Hunk willi <llle leKnrd t o tlu- l ' ' i r » t — M i - y . Cortrudo K. Scott.
Cook and his brother arc engaged in ! Mrs.
h-- nut o u t . Tile (Lancing was then re- tion under the ordinance.
nf 1'rt'nsilonl. Cnoliili;.' cftllinK
hertr Frust.
CouncilSi'i-iind - M r . Mnry Wolcott.
to l&e party and assisted in the wurk pnu-liimiition
the
automobile
'business
at
Atlantic
sumed.
upon llu- people "C til*- niitton tn ki-t nuiilc
i
, i0 jnvt\ dash for sinKle ymmn u u n
man White protested against I his acT h i r d - - - M i n n Kvclimi 1'. ViinMntcr.
of the. day. Charles Hascall and
Highlands. Mr. Cook served with the First, I.uiiisi. Hice: sei'imil, Kl h.-l H i m
Aumi t, ti'iilh, IIH H i!ny (if riioiirnlni;
The block dance was hi-Ul in con-tion, stating that it wa.s not fair to
y
I'MUitli - M i s Kliznbcth T. CUMU'IIU.
tin- Unil'-'l oUit.
thiniiKlu
50 ynnl dashes for i/irls--[• irsl, .Mar
Milan Snydcr, two boy scouts from
Ked Bank ambulance company in the Sflincidur.
i:iiznl)Oth Kirliy.
l-'iflh—JMInection with tile iiimu.il Kalian ee.le- simile out one company for punishMary Criflilhs, Alioe K»ni
ill a,iuhlic i>lure mid imy Sixth—Mr.-,. lU-H»ii' A. Il.nytn
l''air Hiivnn, acted us guiirds and as-ma- l liil.i -LhiT
world war and he is lirnt- vice presi- hei-ond, Marion
hralioli of .-iaint Maria ill 1 I'unle a n d ment. Me said all concerns which are •
i-mory of o u r luurli
to Iho
KddliiKtun. Ituth Merle:
Si'vt'iith—Misi.
rhni'lii;
B.
Whili'.
sistants. Miss Klsie BrThaut of Ke>l liinu'iit.'il
dent
of
the
New
Jersey
chapter
of
Winifred
Fr
much • miiiuiiaiion was expressed by breaking the ordinance should be
Kii'hth — M i-i.. Kuthrrine Mullivnil.
110
rd dii"h
lioys — l.-jril
ilauic, •» trained nurse, ul.su accomKainbow Division veterans.
• Ninlh- -Hi iH-li-rtiim.
those at t h e festivities. '1 bey said it -proceeded against at once. The mayClark;
con.i. M:i -ry Collis: Iliir d.
•' I, Aivliil (! I,. Milli'r, Mnynr uf
panu'd the party.
' .I'll 111
T.-nth—MI-M. I.uuiHf II. Builine.
was a tlelibt-rate attempt to .u-rnirr/a- i,; .-am i.i! ol.:enders would eventually
! Hanley.
iln i-n"
i tin- i-iti/oni. nf Ihin
•
j
.
J
.
Belvedere Beach is one of the most, J
Dunfoar—Knapp.
The
women
whom
the
women's
for
In
Willini
nt t h e Hiiriiuitli Hull on
anil t o - break" u p iiie dance. No be prusccuU-d but that the supply .
KayiiH
il, Jm s Har « • : lhi,
proiuin-cnt amusement centers of i iiiliiy.
k'll 1 nil, ill tin <-<• o'.-l.M-k in Democratic orgiuii/.ation recommendMiss Clara N. Dunbar, daughter of
charge \yns rn.-ide ior dancing a n d t h e company h:\.l been picked lirst been' ii mi-morial
ucrvice ed for members of the Democratic Mrs. Melvina Dunbar of West Front
•dy.
ICeansbarg und the whole place was till' lie liclil.
music wa.s provided by a brass band. cause it was the. worst offender a n d
thrown open to the use of the Elk.-i
dt Hint in fun*- nil county committee from each district' street, und Harold A. Knupp of High
id. Itiiymu
Flli-llii'l-, it ii
The celebration was c o n t i n u e d last because it had machinery for using
and'their guests. Many of the altrac- Im-iiu-nh tun:.'-. y ri'iliH" lu^fil by1 .-XfClitWc'
l.adie
are: - •
! Point, North Carolina, formerly of
iiignL a n d theri' was much music <:ti<[ hard coal, while other concerns did
Mrs. Malih,'
tlmt the IIUSIIH-HS h m i i r t
lions Worellroe, und tickets W(!re pro-ili'i-ri'i' (Ml tlml il: . li.-«j
Ked
Hank,
were
married
last
Thursl.'jrat
—
Mr«.
.ILIOIIWfnnimrii.
fireworks.
The last, night nf t h e eele- not have such machinery. This ex•s—Fi •st, l.n
Wtw.-i-n the luiilra (if
K-.liti
Hcil Hunk flinl
vided by tlie lilks for the vurious.con- nf
II K. ArniHtriniK.
day night a t the Fiist Methodist par- , « <
Mai-Kan
tlii-i',' iiiiil four 1 M. T!«' time l-i:fclrail to 1 S.TIIml— Mrs. MIliliTil
Kl.'ii- b i a t i u i uini the lii;ige..,t night of all
planation did not suit. Mf. White but.
Mi'lliTmplt.
cessions 11 n the grounds. Everything in (Ills prui'liiiinit. n la clnyllKlit navine t i m e . ; Thii-<l---MU»
Miilv
sonage at Ked Bank by Kev. W. Holis schedu'u-ii fur lu,iii;iil.
I-'mirlh—M ra. W. II. HurilcMi.
Mr. Miller said he would accept the
:u-k I
F i r s t . William I lark. I,ester
mi tlie grounds was therefore free to
land Kaver. The bride was dressed
At
m ing
g this morning in j l-'iftli •- M r-i. .les: ie C M illcr.
At- a meet
iiieilj-:
inl, Rayminid K"nti«'(l. . .[oresponsibility unless the council
the entire 'party. Lunch wits served Henry F. Hylin's insurance and real j Sixth Mi-^. Jennie ( i . WnllinK.
| in white crepe de chine and carried
li Ken dy t h i r d . T h o m a s Clark. S t a n l e y
passed a resolution otherwise. The
Sevi'iilli -Mi-.i. Oplii-lin Dilibcn.
in a liwgo: grove tin tho Belvedere estate oflice the Red Bank business
SHOWER FOR A BRIDE.
pink roses.
She was attended by
KiKhth —Mrs. Anna llni-liftl..
council did not pass such a resolurin «—l-'irsl, B'Beach irroiinds at noun. The lunches men's association voted for the mem-| Ninlh-—Mi- C;ilheiirn! Crowe Met
lier sister, Miss Minnie K. Dunbar, Tll h William Clark
so-oll'l, H a r
" •""1 l i t Was Given Last Friday Night for tion and it is expected that the chief
were served in individual boxes, each hers of the association to close their I T . n l h - H i s : .M:ny .1. U.'itrii'll.
who was attired in light blue crepe de ionias rliirlc.
if p lice vvill serve a .summons on the
,„,,,,„
Mrs. Paul Whitmoro.
Dox containing three sandwiches of stores all day Friday. They also; The action of tht.women's Demo-| chiiie and carried piiik roses. The M a n i-ni-.'n--Fh-=t.
Vrsnk
\ shower was given i o r -Mrs. Paul simply company today.
' " ; l ' v " ll. Kdjih
iliil'er-eiit kinus, pot'uto snlad, a Pt'« r 'V1,ted to request all Red Bank busi- cratic county committee in endorsing
' ' ; K r o u m > brother, Morgan C. Knapp; J ^ V
iuul .in'nrange. In addition to this ness men to do the same and to dis- j a candidate for senator was severely
place Friday . Councilman J . Birdsall Pharo was '
c'v
Mill v hill:' !• ,,,.,,,,1 W'liitniore of l!r\>wii
of Ked Bank, was groomsman. The i Q u o — First, lVt<Miunhot-i/.i'd to find out if the rt-creabox luiicli, each person was also play flags at half-mast.
night a t the home of Miss Mildred
Imneily.
,
j criticized ut the meeting as being ; c u u p i e w ;u m ake their home at High1
iroad Jump for nifn— l-'ii-st K'Uynrd Wil- Harrison on Madison avenue.
Mi s. tion commission Would permit benches
served with milk, soda water, ice
groom
is
a
teacher]
The Sigrnuud Mistier clothing fac-! against- public policy. It was also ; pui n t j w i , e r e the
^.
.
. i; second, Arthur Turner; tliiril. 1.,'sltr Whitmore wa.s formerly Miss Dorothy which are now stored in the town hall
cream and home made cake. After' i or y"and"'most of the other factories criticised us being against the general i * a business college. He was ior-1 Kennedy,
She was the recipient of t o be placed on the river front, near
tho lunch the hlks and their guests m R(;(1 CflM |. w i l l h{! t .i u s e d all day. j principles of the Democratic party, merly connected with the social serv-i Broad jump
lioys - r i l .
William Jones
Hnnle
third. Harry many gifts. Those present were Mrs. the steamboat dock, for the convemagain enjoyed all the delights and at-' All executive departments in the I which believes in an open field for all ice organization in lied Bank and a
:
i . Lionel "Harrison, Mrs. Kiizabelh Jones, enco of folks who go there. Toward
tractions of the placu until four town hall will be closed all day Kri-1 candidates, without undertaking to year ago he moved to High Point.
Hi^h jumu
for mi'n —i-irst,
William ci'Sit Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Kehrig, Mr. and the last part of the meeting Mr. Pharo
'^"Kcnne'ii;:'
;i,ir,l.'V;V;;"j:
o'clock, when milk, ico cream and (lay. The entrance to the building is J control the selection of candidates The bride is a member of the First.) "f/,"'
1
- '
•
Mrs. Walter Kinsman, Mr. and Mrs. described with considerable minutecake were again served.
ilrupi'd in black and the flag is a t half [ for office.
Methodist church and uf the Queen ] v ' ~ : ' .
. .,., t J o isepn
, , u n Ki'imi'dy:
Ki'iinmy- srenr.n
»,. \T.ivi,.,i
>.
r. . . ness tht? delights h e e x p e r i e n c e d a t
A large committee of, women at- masl.
si't-ond. i
\1,5 ,,1A,x,,,l ,,: •,,„.,,.,, M;.....,,,,
c;,,n+r
, Ksther circle. She also sang in the , i.,^,"- K,'nii.'.iy
i l ' ^ Whitmore, Misses Marion Scott,
iend.'d the party in order to give .spea parade of girl bathing beauties a t
N
E
W
CANDIDATE
FOR
SHERIFF,
i
thuvch
choir.
F
o
r
several
years
she
j
j
'
ph
Kennedy
was
starter
and
--.nnabel
House,
Alma
Ihompson,
o SO
cial attention to the wants of the
Harrison and Normvi .Haiii- Bradley Beach Saturday. An inviI
•
,„""•"
r-. i . .u I ™ s employed in the. office of the Red | Thomas H. Head was official scorer.; r ' v lyn
tation was sent to all the Red Bank
children and others. This women's been ordered to close on I'nday.
and Albert VanNostrand.
son
A memorial
will be
f_ Keyport
Gett Side
Into the • B a n k s t t a m d y e w o r k S i
!T h e o u t h
comprised :
commissioners to attend this parade
COTnmittpe
committee was "made up of the fol- IYidny
Race onothe
Republican
morning service
at ten oclock
atheld
th . ThoJVUyor
and Mr. Pharo was the only one who
lowing:
Friday Silver
morning
at ten o'clock
at the
Race on
the Republican
S.de.
;
_ __ _..__Little
schoolhouse.
Mayor
J.
Riddle
Layton.
p ( j v c y m<,ks
c h a i r m a I l i H i i r r y A . K(,t.;
Mayor
Thomas
L.
Smith
of
Key-!
Firemen
Win
Cup.
y
y
accepted. He said his colleagues
lu-il Hank Mrs. Myron V. llrown, Mrs Klwood Harvey h
i d
h folfl
has issued
the
Thomas
H.Turner,
Head, Prank
lidding-|
Ethel Riddle, daughter of tel,
Joseph
KenW 1*. tlonnor,
Mm.
ltfata
C.
Klliott.
Mrs.
ton,
William
Independent tire company of Redmissed sights easy to look at.
port Republican
has announced
his candidacy
for jWilliam Kiddle of Spring street, Ked nt ,dy and Arthur '1Turner. During the
Henry I'1. Uylin. Mrs. SumiM'l durum:.. Mrs. lowiiig ]>roclamation:
the
nomination
for shcr-I
Tlniniari 'iMt-unmlit, Miss VL-I-II McKninht.
nK won a silver cup at the Long Letters from the public utilities
WhariMis. i t lias pk-imcil Almi»kty God iff. He is a graduate of Wake Forest u u nk, and Eugene* Layton, 'Jr., son | afternoon refresh
shments -were served
" from the Central
Itcacon Jloach—Mrs. M ari:uii A. Hiimmoml, In Hia wise providt'nee to remove by nuddcn
Uranch
Saturday
for having railroad
commission
and were accepted and
Mrs Willlnm Woud.i, M r . . T . \V. Wiiddir.K- ilciilh . o u r IH'IOV.MI President. Wnrreii G. law school of North. Carolina and he of Eugene Layton of Lincroi't, were jh y Edward A. Pomphrey.
the
bestcarnival
equipped
fire apparatus
company
fc,V.i M ™ . N . . Bolumim, M m , !•'• 11. lU'illy, • HardiiiK, a n d whereas President
Coolidtfe has been engaged in the real estate married Monday afternoon at St.
the
liremen's
parade.
Members
of
the
filed.
The
letters
were to the effect
WTT ' iWvIII Htrousv, Mrn. JaliK'S I-'. Owi'ns. lllls indued a proelamution dskint; t h e people business at Keyport a number of James's rectory by Rev. John C. FarAged Red BanUer. Observe Birthday. ! company feel they were entitled to that the electric bell at the Beech
Mrs Chal'lvii M. Kral'i-r, .Mrs. W. 'I'. Swuii'i- i (il tliiH Ki-ent I'ountry lo uather together in years.
Mr.
Smith
.demonstrated
his
rell.
Their
attendants
were
Miss
toil, Mrs. O n 1.. Kiitlii'i-fiinl, J i n . Ceoi'Ki! | imhlic places to pay o u r respects t o t h e
prize for having the largest num- street crossing would be done away
John B. Grover of Irving' place. the
\ . k*aul, Wrs. K. C. Druinniond,
Mrs. ,11.
I memory of our dead President, therefore I. strength as a vote getter last fall, Anita Riddle of Ked Bank, a sister of
ber of men in line, as they claim to with. It is a gTeat nuisance to peoI'olii'. il.1 rii. 1'!. Amt'i, Mrs. H. (Sriirne, Mrs. I .1. Glwmiil Harvey, mayor of the borough of when at a time of Democratic vic- the bride, and Jacob Jeffrey of Holm- Red Bank's oldest resident, observed
have
had 48 men present and they ple in that locality, as i t interfere*
G s u i t e r . I I P I . J . V. llumplire).'.. Mrb. W.
Ul.itth' Silver, do earnestly request t h e people tories approaching a landside he was del. After the ceremony a reception his 93d birthday last week. Another
y
W
Diuilnr, Mrs. J . H. Mtli lashan, Mi»» , nf this l,(,rmii!h
say the company winning the P r l z c : with their sleep,
Jiserve Friday, AuKU»t
elected
mayor
of
Keyport
by
a
large
d
d
B
k
h
bithd
was
held
at
the
groom's
home.
The
C n i r f O w i i » , Mii.i Chuu M. lVlerSun. •
of
mourniiiK
lind
prayer
and
aged
Red
Banker
whose
birthday
ocI loth, :. _ . . .
j j ] j s s Amy Olsen, the clerk, was 111Ki-yp.Ml- Mrs. Klnu-r K. Mini is, Ullita Dur- | further b e i t resolved that all of our
His course as mayor of couple will live at Rumson. Mr. Lay-curred recently is Mrs. Alma Martin had only 45 men.
ourclti- majority.
;
(,tli> (Jai-riiuii. Mi
•
~"***—;
i structed to advertise for bids for
liather
her at
at th«
Keyport is said to have been such as ton Is employed by S. S. Thompson & of Shrewsbury avenue, who is eighty
fii
Ki-nnshiiru
M r s , K i i w n r d J . K y i m , M i s . ' B , . | 1 ( , o l h o u s e a t t e n o ' c l o c k A . M..
M dnyliuht
dliht
Christian Science 'Lecture.
sewers on Wikoff place subject to tha
Co. of Ked Bank.
H e n r y S c l i w e i » . e r , M r s . A . l . i l t l e , M r s . w l l - ] s l v v i n K t i m e , w h e n a m e m o r i a l service will to strengthen him there.
years old. Both have been receiving
The second church of Christ Scicn- • approval by the state board of healOi
Will i a m Doilil. H r » . C h a r l e s l l . - l s i ' h , M r "
' " '. ,,
•Ll' conducted.
' " •
many congratulations.
They are
Iiain I'ease.
(liven uiidet- my hand nnd otricial flcal this
tist
will
give
a
free
public
lecture
on
of the plans which have been made
Clark—Minn.
members of the First Methodist
Mhintli! llinhlaiids
M r s . J . (1. Welfl'.
o
seventh day of Ailmlst.
Card Party Postponed.
Christian Science Sunday afternoon for this improvement.
'
Miss
Julia
Minn;
daughter
of
Edchurch
and
attend
the
church
services
'
.1.
Klwood
Harvey,
Mnyor.
Each of these women contributed j Attest: Emerfon QiiackeuhuHh, Clerk.
On account of the death of Presi- ward Minn of Atlantic Highlands, and frequently.
ut four o'clock at Company H armory
The commissioners intend to nav«
a home made caku to the piirty.
dent Harding the card party which Orriri Arthur Clark of Long Branch
at Asbury Park. John C. Lathrope, Reckless place paved with concrete
A doisen or more attractions were
was to have been held this afternoon were married a few daya ago at St.
Salz Summer Sales
member of the board of lectureship next year and they made plans MonBaseball Game Postponed.
on the grounds and they were all well
at the Monmouth hotel at Asbury [Agnes rectory by Rev. William Tighe; now in progress offer decided bar- o f t n o mother church of scientists day night to get state aid for this job.
Out
of
respect
to
the
memory
of
patroni/ed. The aerial swing w-as
Park by the Monmouth county wogains in women's outer apparel, ,,f u rO okline, Massachusetts, will The old state highway commission
themen's Democratic club has been post- Miss Catherine Minn, a sister of the hosiery and underwear, silks and ;
the most popular. Theset ' President Warren G. Harding,
.periiii|»
aid, but it is not
r
p r e a c h on "Christian Science, the Re- promised such
bride, was bridesmaid and Georg*
b
h bg,i
i
poned
until
next
Wednesday.
were boats in the shape of aeroplanes !.baseball garni' bet-woe-:
; known what the new board will do.
Lippincott of .Long Branch was wash fabrics. Our August sales of ii K j o n o f Right Resistance."
between the business
-which swung around in u big circle men and professional men of Red
Mayor
Miller
said
he had been adgroomsman. Thcouple will live at blankets and linens bespeak great i
vised that the cost of putting an aslike a merry-go-round. Next to the ; Iiaiik for the benefit of the American;
savings. Women's modish summer'
PUBLIC NOTICE.
Synagogijo Memorial Service.
Long Branch.
aerial swing the most popular atlrac- |I legion,
which was scheduled to take
frocks,
..~w..,, originally
„..„
j to
— $15,
»-„, grouped
„.-.-,...- in...
phalt top on the concrete paving
A memorial service in observance
Dougherty—Giblin
tion was "Kill the Kats," where prizes place at the Oriole grounds tomorto three lots for quick selling at Degenrmg
& Co.Harding's
Will MakeFuneral.
No De- wplace
hich is
to be
laid
on to
Drummona
were niven for knocking muslin cats j row afternoon", has been postponed', of the "death of President Harding
liveries
During
would
be
?900
$1,100.
$2.95,
$3.95
and
$4.95.
Bathing
Miss.Nellie Dougherty, daughter of
off a shelf with baseballs. This was j until Thuisday afternoon, August will be held Friday afternoon at the William
Whether this is done or not depends
suits
at
sharp
price
reductions.
Ask
As
a
token
of
deep
respect
for
our
Dougherty
of
Bank
street,
especially liked by the little children. ','JUl, at six o'clock.
\ Hebrew synagogue on Riverside livepurchases of $1 to - Utte president, Mr. Warren G. Hard- on the property own*rs of Drummond
.. Salz & Co., Red ing, and co-operating with Mayor Mil- place. The commissioners have do-
A P M C FOR CRfrPLES.
'BUSSES AND SOFT COAL
OUTING FOR GARDENERS.
WOMEN AFTER THE JOBS.
FRIDAY DAY OF MOURNING
s
"
*
t'LJlJ
Mill
II^IMI,
i l l 4.nn
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Jill
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f^, it
164
persons Mad uecn arreBieu UIB past
with
improvements.
White street, Ked Ilnnk. Phone
looker mid to'help in any way pos- eight
i mouth and he turned infinesof
Brook Huituble for bathing necessary.
or 1045.—Advertisement.
sible to make the day n hapuy our.
Davit—-Lovetque.
Four-Aero Farm,. $1,000 C « h .
to the town. This money was colYei, We've Got Them.
The ifucsts of the. day included the Price up to $85,0(10. What have you :
Mrs. Annii Davis and Joseph L.
For quick snlc you can buy a four- )e(.(,,,| d-oni thirty of the persons »rto offer. See Lamson, 4 Broad street,
They're mighty pretty too. We
Good Butinett Location.
following;:
Lcvesque
of
West
Btreet
were
mariicre
farm
suitable
for
poultry
and
rusted.
In addition to this the roFifteen room house with improve- (ruit; house has seven rooms, butli,. cortlci" imposed fines of $1,431 o n
II ml I l n n k - M i s s M a n l l e i i . i . M i s s ( i c r - lied Hank. Phone 420-J.—Advertise-' have reference to the lustre tea sets, ried last Thursday night by Kev. W.
various colors, lit $'.' per set. They Uoiiau'd'KVvcr. Miss Margaret Hart- monts; income now $120
t r u d o Niii'iimn. Miss V« ..i I l . a i i i l . ' . U . . n , W i l - metit.
month;
price
*
; p
lunnine; water, two open Ihcplnees,'. j^r;, persons who violate*! the moto«
Iliun M e V e y , HaiTy llemii-l I. I t c w a i d . S u i l l s ,
make a wonderful attractive gift as nodv of Ked
See LaniHon 4 pia/./.a; two poultry houses; one mile vehicle laws nnd thin money was sent
Mi,i-ris l l r o w n , J n m i ' s
.Mnt-iay.
ed Bank
Ba nnd
nd Stanley
S n yVan-! f if'.OOO. 'Icrms
Bowli and Candletticki.
ily
well us a prncticnl one. Art Krnft
liroad
Htrcot,
Ked
Hank.
I'hono
4^0-J.
heniisliiiri;
Vineeiil l l m m l . I ' e l e r I I I I K K I .
d
d
h
i
"road
street
I
h
4
from Eatontown, N. J., on well; t l ) t | 1( , B tuto. Three of tlie porsonjj
Oceauport
attended
tho
A new shipment of black bowls has Shoppe, llroiid street, Red Bank.Kirk of
Ale« L e v y , l l e n r l r t l i i t ' a . l l . i i , V e m S o l i i n m n .
—Advertisement.
traveled highway. Trice Ify,800, easy ;a r r ested wore sent to the county jail
just arrived. They're idling from 75 Advertisement.
couple.
terms. See Iiiimson, •! Hrimd street,: , i m | Kix were dincharKed.
ll,.|'-ii K i
rpti / n l . . .I elm K.
cents to $li each, Have candlesticks
Piano Tuning.
lion
Woods Smart Shop,
Red Bank, phone '120-.J.—AtlvertiHCj n. I'uller Bent a letter advocating
to match if desired.
Art Krnft
T«a and Toatt.
Krv
. William (ifiecr.
An
a
r
t
and
accomplishiMnt;
over
Dank,
' a iiuilding linu on While ulroet. I l u
street, Red
hi.Slinppe, llroml street, Red Bunk.—
Itlllll
Klini'i
VnoiluWulllim.
ment.
Docim't that make you fcol "a bitclosingMonmouth
summe'r
apparel
«t
|
l
M
0
0
p
l
.
n
o
,
t
W
in
Kn.illi
out
all
said
this wan eduential in view of t h *
| Ailvi'iliHemeiit.
I hungry'.' It. will be much more uppoTn, p r i c e " h i H T ; good A. B DiVha,, Drununond p l . c . Red
II
- Mums.
Every D a y ii C a m o r a D a y .
'movement, which had been iiUrted t »
| ti/.ing when (tcived to you on one of
Iniiild Mi.1.1'.
unity
to
purchttBc
good
values
Bank,
roar
of
town
halL
Phone
938.
You
ilium
Id
have
a
cuincru
by
all
Doxing Bout* Poitponod.
witlen White Htrcet by moving projK
r> U n i t .
i our lustre ton and toast HCIH. Sjipcial opportt:
llnlin.U-l
jnciins a n d your films and printing i>rty luii'M buck o n Uio north kidft.
Tlie weekly boxing exhibition of »t $1.50 a t the Art Kraft Shoppo, for the wiuni dnyn that always cornet Adv«rtlMment.
Kiolii'lh Sn.illi,
Mlildlel.... M
Kv
> .•ri-l1 Aluli'li.i>li,
should hi' done by us. All work done
lli|:h'aiid"
- the Ocean View A. A. of Long Brunch; llrond Htrcet, Ked Hank.—Advoriint1- in early fall, Voiles fin.00 un, tcinilCeoigc Conrud o l Iteliuf fire comThe Hearantr Gato Ajar"
n.i.
on l h e premiM'H by e x p e r t iissixluiilu. panv wan iiuidit an o*empt fireman.
baniH if^.O't) up, CanloiiH find linenn
j IIIIA been postponed until Saturday I me nl.
Kmnsiin
No
g
r
e
a
t
delays
due
t
o
.sending
them
greatly reduced. Also a limited num-|
j night,
AugiiHt l l t h , by direction of
Wurri'ii II. Smock, t h e borough n t W i H i i m i I-: J i ' h i i s i ' U .
l-ii-nl.iil'hl
f
out of town.
Tmbin'H A r t Kraft
r of pleated akifta iind nwi'iitera.— i
I ' m I M o m nimtlfi ,li'i>uli> K y n l i .
tin1 New .Irir-cy boxing commiiution.—
Elevflit Room* lit River Plaza.
by Madeline LucaH of New York. Ad Sbiippe. new Whitlield builditiK, op foi-ui v. WIIM inhtructeil t o ark tbi p u b T.ini . I n
Jinllii- S.hulll'..
Advertisement.
AdvcrliHemcnt.
, In' ut'ililit'H commission <*> maku t h «
All modern improvements; lot
Ni'iv Muni it m t h St j . nit > S'lirsk.
niismon !lf> cents.— Advortiscincnt.
pnsite Monminith Htrcet.
Adveilise Kid I link iiiul Keyport trolloy lina
Hiiil't-y \ illiA n t o n y Hoi dlol*.
HOxOOO; lin-gi' bum, privutv t ilock; nil
ment.
Pirating in Any Stylet.
I'or Sale, IlllllKxIiale I'ooellion. |
pill down rt,nvint« HVi-munt bctwetm
A-l cnniluiiiti. Price ri'iistinubU'.
T h e neiieriil coiiunitlct' of l h e Klkfi
!f l.'.!.r. will lilent a skirt in IMIV Htyl<; in
Six
riioniM,
all
modern
improve-1
1
il:, trnckti on llridf* av«nu« in m&ivlii had chaigi' of •the duy't o u t i n g you may winli, lied Hunk Steam l>y« .Scu I.nmaiin, 4 llroml Htrcet, Krtl
al
c
A Living Koom S r i Tree.
Sulvsladics wiintcd, with or withmeiilH,
K
"K
',
b't
50x150;
(rood
lo1
WIM composed of .lobii I . Mulvihill, W'trkw, 'J'l WrMt Front NtreiH or 70Ilnnk. I'lionii 41!()-.l. —AdvertiBemciit.
out experience.
Apply ut once.
Wi> uivt' frcn with each p u r c h i w ( oriliincc with «n m w n w n l which I t
cution;
price
$7,ur>l).
Ternm.
Heo
made with Ihn town. Mr. Hmock wMt
Kri'il C. VanV'li.'t, Myron V, l l n i w n , While street. Hed Hank. Phone 7X1
l.mnHon, 1 Hrimd street, Ked Hank. Ktriui.i Company, Hrimd street, Ueil of one (loiliir to Hi'liteinber I a ran' IIISK iii.-.lrutJctl t o nolify Ui» trollef
Talk of llit) Tuwn.
J o s e p h Sill-/., Clinton I1. Klliott, Wai- or 10'ir>. AdvertiKemcnl.
Hunk.
Advertisement.
ptm
which
(inlith'R
t
h
o
holder
to
a
Advertlmmioiit.
Our ideating will he tho talk of tin' Phono 4:!0-J.
i .mipiuiy In hnve ltd track* utt llrld^B
t n r II. Ciinniir. William \V. Wood s
I
liiK
,ii
I I . . . , , I,
iirl
-
.>lii
vole or Hhain in » thrce-pii'Cii living
liveinie by Hopteinlxir Ifith.
room set to bo awarded on the coA. Hill*. & <'»., Hed Uccniiiti! It U allc(«<l thut tlw Moniiniiilh ennlrnctlnti eomiwny illil n o *
t Th
.ikirtn nt lean t hl a n act mill coal.
T h " Hunk.- Aiki'rtincnu'nt.
Icaxc thd nlrmiUi on th« DtummoiM
l'i'urt Hliop, b Hroml :ilrcel, llwl IliUik.
trail In nit H""1* eomlltion »« Mi«y
I'lontinK Promptly t)on«.
Advert iiieincnl.
•
vxinU'il linforu tho company Uld IM»>
I'lealini;
ilniic
wbilii
y o u wnitr--'vxi»
l.lliu h .Sell
*l.'.!r> p e r skirl.
Ued Ilnnk Htenm<<'i» hen' thii commlMknuim
.
. **••. wlth]littid painted Snnilmi lunch HMIH |l»vc w»rki, i l l Went l'ronl. utri'it, o r j lioldlnn » p a y m e n t • m n u n U r i * u> , ^ »
frtiin $11 to |Ti id The Art Kraft 7t'l White xtrcet, Hed Ibuik.
I'hono ' (><•) . t u t of Uiu c o n t r a t t prk-« Tor ttMi
;
Hhuppe, Iliinid ftticet, Utd Uniik.—- 7114 o r 10 U', Advi'rtindiu'lit.
Work.
Advinllni'iticnt.
_
-«».«,
Httvnrnl proparty »wmw I"
Auguil CUarancti.
Hiker borough who « * • •_
llnrbor .Simp O|i«n,
All our »porl» hnt«, »w«nU»ril sml tuiHit miulheait of I
Mr. 1(. Murii Hlmriililm him opcniHl
tit I I M than uctuni co»t. T h # | liuumlary Hnm h * f » ,
hin barber e-ituMi dinn-nl lit No, 4
Pwirl
Hhop, 0 llrond »tt«<wt,
j (or wntwr
Wbitt> utii'ct. iiwur lliDiid (tlri)t't.—
—AclvurtlsBmunt.
; ply thorn
p
II • «"«» rarWty of •plnloM
Spmathlnt
DIW«r«»it,
In ri-nnt-ct Lit our liilc PrimlUont.
•Ion HII
T'liut
HpnrtUh
lu«tro
wnr«
now
h«>
arrwi <t. llnrdlntt, thin ntord will
f\mt
ull .lay Krlilny.
J . YnnV«. 110 Init <ll«[tl<«y»(l a t thfl A r t Kraft
Hroftd
*trv*t.—AHv«rtl»t
H a n k . - Auv*rtl»«- Shop"*,
Phono 078-W—
»tr««t,
town nt fl.'-.Ti per .skirt, lied Hunk
nclet Calor«.
Sli-iim l>yi- WiirliH, !M Went Front
We've g a niidnrful sel t Ion of
Ntreel, or' VII While atrei't, Ued Hank,
Phoiin 7!I4 or 10-lfi.
AdvertiHiinit'iit, biinil puinl eil pm ihmenl In nip nhndcn
In lit nny -i.'i' lump. Khudi'M from t.'t
Privatn M.biiid a t 133 llrn.il Slrrcl, upwind
Ail Krnft Hhoppo, llroml
AdvciliMcliumt.
I'liretili i'. Mhinr lo enter |iu|iili in .li-ect,
M i » Cornell nnd MUM I eiM'ot'k'w
AtiRutt ClffarancA.
'ih'Mil, kindly telephone MnldbMown
All <uir .-'ii'ii! i hiita, Mwcntera nnd
7H7-H B» p.i'piiriiliotm muitt l>« com
«klrlM « t ltiei tlmn actual ('out. The
ploti'd.- -AdvertlMemcnl,
IVarl Hho|>, Ii llrond itrtH't, Kml ildiik,
.-- Advt'1'tlni'itii'nt.
Augutt CUarinc*
All out' nportit hutii, flwi nt«r i and
.lii|iiniere tniyn innkc
Dr. Dunn, Surgaon Chlrw<xll§l.
nklrl*
out.
nt ttmn tlmn m-timl i
Th.
them a t thi' Art Kraft
lead T * a S « l t .
| nu-r uift.
Bocnml National bank hulbllnit,
»trut>t."*-.Adviirtt««> I'wurl Hhop, fi Uroitd atreut. Hed Uunk.
A iiici) Hpnaurlmtjilt, pi Iced f runt 12 s Hhnppe,
Ued Uank. llouri from two until >I)
—AdvortUmnent,
p « t act >J|HVHI-I|N n t ' I h e A r t Krnft m e n t .
Bhiippii, J^lniiid
«tr<iut.--jAdvgrtl»e-1
, . .
JU«kl Now! Your Clunc*,
if ii~a»i». w . H«»• II,
m«nt.
j
I ..r"*"',
Honmoullt BMaty Salon,
Ui(t r«tlu.ctltin nn nil 4r«Mwi *nd
call
in Monmouih Ktr«»t, n»»r Qro*d
•WMtur*. «H »1»M »n«t eolon. Ptuttnr
Mil
Klmi .• Morris, C.tinrles Itcilfcin, Wll
Illllll lltii'l'v, (illR Woelle Illld Tllimmi
All our s|iorl.. hiilii, lAvciiters nnd
11 MeKnighf.
HIVIIIII al b'. K limn actual font. Tho
The liiinir Ilianeli bulge (if Klkn Pi ail .Simp, ii Ilioad ntrunt, Idul Uank.
tooli t h e crippled ehildri'li of itn IHH- Advcrtii't'tncut, _
_
' r l e t tn Illithlniiihi a n d In On- p m t y
WITO Iht' chiblii'ii nf W r i g h t ' * nirI,noli I Now) Your Chain..
lnmiiil Inline nt (Ii enlipnrt.
Asbury
ltiw ri'ilurlloii on nil drniiKra unil
I'M i K linlge took I be children t o HSvealern, all "iv.ca nnd colot-M, I'liullui'
I'liuk'n l.audiiu,' mid Kri't'ludd look I.UHK, l!<1 I'i'iti'l ntiTPt, Krd Hunk.
Un> cil()|)lcil children of t h a t dlKlrlrt
to I'.ri.'lnl on t h e lli'luwiiii', by wily
of TrnntfiH.
A .'Immn.r Gift.
Uitf, . 8 r»art *lt*0i, Rtd B*nE~-
Aim
•trMt, Ht<\ B»nk.
A J r t l t
AUKUII
Clffarancn.
All our nportn Imtn, HWeiiters nnd operative plan.
Mff*
RED BANK REGISTER, AUGUST 8 , 1
DROWNED AT HIGHLANDS
SUNDAYS SAILBOAT RACES GIRL
MMI Sybilleh. Deckart ol Jersey City
IN CONFORMITY WITH
THE PROCLAMATION OF
PRESIDENT COOLIDGE
, .' AND
OUT OF RESPECT FOR THE
MEMORY OF
WARREN GAMALIEL HARDING
THE
SIGMUND EISNER FACTORY
.WILL BE CLOSED
ALL DAY FRIDAY,
THE NATIONAL 1MY
OF MOURNING.
MIUCB» WAMTBD.
t i
1
HAVE VOW A HOUSE TO MWTT
Be. Lameon. 4 Bread s u . r t , l u d B
Bona 4Z0-J.
AIREDALE FOR SAME.
w n w t noti«e
ti«e ia
ia aa»h( al«<B to ta*
• M H onn of Mi4
Mi4 aatwwd to ..blbil to tk»
ib dadatfatUtiatlrU
fa
••baoibar,
aa »fgr«»«id, thtlr
ctabti and tomli • w l y l tha «aid eitate,
»ad« saak. within six montlu froat tk* data
or • • • afo»MaM onlar, ol tb«y wiU b* foravar. aarrad. of Mialr actiona thatefor agjdnft
CAMIBMC* WANTMh
tha laid (BbMrlWr.
A»pl» to Dalton Parmly. BUnkaaa K.rm.
Dated, FMabakl H. J.. I n l a t k l M t
enBa1On( ft. J,
HULJJJUI, SOLOMON.
CAHACE FOR RENT.
Inqulr. at S i Brown pine.,
Bankrupt Public Sale ol Real Estate. ~~
I
The undersigned, an Trustee of the Estate 'hone !B J
of »Vred A. Klnhafer, bankrupt, will oiler for
SEED RYE FOR SALE
sala at Pualle Auction, all the reel to tat*
of the laid bankrupt estate, tiituate Kt the
atunh. W. J.
Vttlaae of Holmdel, In tha C»U»1T of MonNew Jersey. compriainK ivit) trauta
, 5
GIRT WANTED
Hubbard
' "•"••"•'.r- *™ "•—•» """is—e**u
ALL WNDSOr INSURANCE nauth.
of land as fellows;
to h«b with U»ht hoiuevork. 'ftlttphon*
The first race of the mprnine was Ia n d m t h e m l I k business.
He
leaves
Tract
Na. 1. Containinu twenty.sbc hun- Rett Bank 1202.M.
drerths of an acre.
'•'
.
started shortly before eleven o'clock i \ w '£ e ' two daughters, three sons,
Tract No, 2. Containing tliirty-three huuwhen Robert Proddow's Ace, B. S. ni brothqr
.
. . four
. ,.sisters.
.-•-•:-- Thefu, „.
and
drethn of an acre.
h l d d
Lacey's Lady Ann and Clancy D. j «r»l w»s held_yesterday
at the KatToirether with ail the improvememta. Uie
consietlns of the store property, store
waa madeMethodist
at Wayside.
Boynton's Let's Go sailed awav for a ontawn
church ami burial
• T, IUstet«r HriM
heueee and buildings in the rear thereof,
U.OO p*r week, I t
seven-mile event. This was won by
ami a coed dwellintc house with ell improve- >nVurnlahed,
ritreet, Bs,d Bank.
RED
BANK.
N.
J.
ments, containlna nine rooms, adjoining the
the Ace, sailed by John Morrow, Jr.
Died from Stomach Trouble.
store
property,
ell
in
good
condition.
HOWER BROS., MA3OH
Much credit is due Eunice Boynton
Charles Brower of ShrewstiUry died
property wilt he sold In two ssreels,
of Riverside avenue, a young lady early yesterday morning a t the Long REDBANK.N. J. or Thia
u i whole. wbieke*cr ««» tha pioscrtji
will
sell
ia
the
beat
advantage
of
Mid
cutatii.
skipper, who piloted the Let's Go Branch hospital of stomach trouble
I S*H R*al Estate
AdverikeaaenU
eaa n e s i
The property in now encumbered, by a first
very
skillfully.
Several
times experi
during: following an operation. He was 55
the race
she gave
the more
mortcace of »S,90», helil by the Red Bank
I Rent Cottas**
M«UMM«t¥ Cauak
«»
enced skippers a tussle for the better years old-and had been employed for
Trust Company.
In tbe rnatUr « | the tiUt* of Q, J
Thie property wil) be sold for cnah to the
position.
a number of years as foreman on Dr.
I Writ* Insurance
ter*t dcceasvil.
hUlhest bidder on Monday, August 20th,
The other morning race was be- E. C. Fahnestock's Shadow Brook
1921, at 2 o'clock. P. M.. (dayllicht snvinit Nottet to cndiUrfl to »v«s«nt
tween William H. R. White's Dolphin, farm at Shrewsbury. He is survived Moiunouth County Farms time) on the Dieseisea. »t Holmdel, N. J. •>>Ut«.
th« ord«r
of JcBt&k U Dou«vsunjeet to confirmation of mud aoie at th* Funuant to th«
o « r of
John Dickerson's Widow, Harry Mar- Uy three brothers, they being James
t of
f th«
th counts of Momrumthw
office of the Referee in Ttankruptey, at '210 kKj» •urrosat*
h
tin's Anna M. and Frank Smythe's Brower of Shrewsbury, John Brower
Snitb. street, ia the City of Perth Amboy mao> on th* aceand 4»y »i Jun^ IMS, on
Susie II. This race was over the same of Newark and William C. Brower of
of
J.
B*r*ma
Wutem. aAn.nN. J., on August 21st. 1923, at 10 o'clock :b« ai>Bii»t.iin
i »
itrato with
ith -will
ill a
n d of
f th
t t ufl
fl
A. M., (daylight saving time.)
iHtrator
annexed
the estate
course and was won by Mr. White's Everett. The funeral will be held toCHARLES E. CLOSE, Trustee, G. alason Waters, deceased, notice )• hereby;
boat, ably handled by Delford Fisher, morrow afternoon from Albert W.
TRUEX BUILDING
giTcn t o tbt er*4itort «ff Mid • d«c«ita«d t i l
Mstawan, N. 3.
who won the race over the other con- Warden's funeral home, and the burial
exhibit to the Mubseriber. admlnlatrator, cte.j
Datsd July 91st, 192S.
. BROAD STREET
u afor«*ald, their debt* and dejuancts Basinet
tenders by, six minutes.
JOHN P. IXOYD. Attorney,
will be made at the Marlboro Rethe R»i*l eitatf, under oath, within nix
Post .Office Building. Mntavrsn. N. J.
The afternoon race was 'between formed cemetery.
A. L IVINS AGENCY
APPLY
W. A. HOPPING
College Avenue, Near School House
RED BANK, ft- I .
EATON TOWN, N. J.
Broadway Theatre
BROADWAY, LONG BRANCH
STOCKTON LEIQH, Resident Manager.
BOX OFFICE NOW OPEN
10 A. M. to 11 P. M.
Reaerred Seats on Sale
Phone Long Branch 344
EVENING
Orchestra . . . . $ 1 . 0 0 , $1.50/ $2.00
Balcony . . . . : . 50c, $1.00, $ 1 . 5 0
Boxe«
$2.00, $ 2 . 5 0
Pricei Plu« War Tax
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
August 9th, 10th and 11th
The MESSRS. SHUBERT Offer
The Society of Illustrators' Annual Production
"Artists and
Models"
A Pictorial Revue written and designed by its
members, the best known artists 'of New York,
with additional lyrics by Cyrus Wood.
Music by Sigmund Romberg and Jean Schwartz
Staged by Harry Wagstaff Gribble and M. Francis
Weldon—Under the personal supervision of Mr.
J / J . Shubert. Watson Barratt, Art Director.
Monday
Tuesday Wednesday
August 13th, 14th and 15th
EGAN'iS
Auto Vans and Express
OU have been
•bla for many
Y
years to get Good-
VMUP Tins at pu-icaa
b«k>w tho averago
commodity prica
leval, aa the above
chart shows. You
can get them today
for 3O9K leaa than
they east ten years
ago. But you havenever been able to
get so much quality
UM Goodyear Tire as
you get today, in the
newGoodyear Cord.
Thia Is a good time
to buy GoodytMtra.
Parker's Taxi Service
141.
i e»i«»i
J. W. Mount,
Maple Av<:nile.
Joe Ssata Tire Co.,
171 West FnnU Street.
A. L. Daviaon & Son,
Empire Garage,
Monmouth
Street.
26
East Front St reet.
L-UIVIIBER,
Mary Ryan and Frank Thomas
in a New Play
"Red Light
Annie"
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
August 16th, 17th and 18th
SAM HARRIS PRESENTS
FKED JENNINGS
General Roofing Contractor
I
C'mrtery. The child was one of twin
daughters. I.oretta, the uther daughter, is enjoying good henllh.
Ivina Retains Cup.
Albert I.. Ivins of Red Bank retained the John Thomson trophy ut u
shoot held at the Avon pun dub Saturday afternoon. Mr. Ivins's opponents were Walter D. Applegate and
1)'. II. Fanning. The weather condiions were unfavorable for good
res. Mr. lvinw broke 84 targets
out of 100, Mr. I'linning 82 und Mr.
l
j
"Tin
Gods"
COMING ATTRACTIONS
AUGUSTJO. *!' U—Salary" Bro. r r , . , , , ( "I'-ppy- . , , . w «,«,l««l .how,
wllk Mad ( a Kaunxfly aiij U. C. I'lvld,
iX S4> •»—F»ofcn>»». Ine, praaanta Iran* Dordnnl In a naw play
"Mlao BliialiaarJ."
2T,'MB, * • — A . M. Woodt prea«iti Paulino Fradariak in "Th» Naul
Canar."
30, S l ( MMttt I—Darld Bataacv vratanl* Mr*. Fltk* In • naw ular,
l a W r i Mary, Quila Conlrarr "
iiri
U< Waawla r m n l i Uwall Skarman in > new p)*j,
Tin- iimiiie of tin' hoimv wan
Rent Bank T r o o p t o s o t o S e a g i r t .
Tin' HIMI [Sunk c u v a l i y t r o o p will
It'uvr Sii'.uirliiv o f thin week for Si'.iKirt, wh«'i«' Ihi' trmiiMTfl will xptni'l
two urieb.
'l'h« nii'ii will nl«*«t> ' n
tmitn a n d diilliuK, h i k i n g a m i r i l U
prHctitc will idinpriiu' th<< u r i n c i | m l
wlltMT i>«|-ll UlllllM'Wt'llt Hll UlX'I'ntlllll ' l'r*l,1'V'',1'
T h r triiop will l>« In c h a i K «
fur t u m l l troulili
. . . . ' . . . . I . I I . , |lnctivilli'i
TIIMJ aro'raplilly
(if ( a p t . Hubert A. Ki m i i i i l y
niul
iniprosiiiK,
!.|i-uti-iiiii.l« (iriirvo A, Hunan and J o
irph K, Kix. J r .
Two in Tamily Operated On.
Mr... frank VUMDH.WI uuil lit-r
ibiUKhti'i Aimulift uf Eutontown n 1 turm.l Immu Uat Tliurailay from Dr.
Iln/Hrd'n hnnpU n I nt I.ftrir? Hranrri,
Hiv« r l>la» Wum«n In HoipiUal.
MI-J. .letinie Ille.'kiT of VVi'nt Front
"Ireet, HiviT I'la/.it, wn§ rrntovvd
Monday to tlm I.on* l l r s n e h hnnpltiil
in Allivrt W. Word«n'« amlmlnnif.
Shu will undergo trentmen} for itomni'h Irtiuhlc,
K*yp«ri Homa
(hurls* K, ()ftvi»«n'» hattw a t K«y
port wit* broktn Into and r b b t
wklls Mr. wut K R { M I M
.ilinn in lUyunr.* for <h*
I Two tild lri
l
BENNETT BROS.,
General Contractors and
Buildart.
233 Shrewsbury Ave.,
RED BANK.
Telephone 497-J
D. H. COSBY
Broad Street & Linden Place
Red Bank, N. J.
Season 1023
NEW YORK & KEANSBURG
Summer Schadule
Steamers
KEANBBUKG, P0CAHOMTAS
SMITUFIELD. MOBJACK
Subject to Change Without Notice.
Now York Time
< Expert Repairing j
Wild Dogs Attack Cow.
ilnmam'il <iml -otni- uf thr furniture
Tho wild iliiK" which have beiTilwiiM burned. 'I'lH1 rtri- hiiirted from
infrsiinp tho I'imntry went of Hi'cl' an oil stovi'. (Jnoil work by the llr«Hank l i i n t w « k iittn, IsVd n ciiw owm-il rn*n navod tin- luiu-v from <lc»trucby (ifor^'i' I.. Iliinic of Scohcyvillc, tion. Tin1 loiw wu» jiurtyy covered by
y
Mr. Sidney lu>u«ht th«
Mr. llaiuii Kill his c » n nnd flhot a t insunuHe.
Ibo d"gd, putting them to flight. Tin 1 ' houm two monthM a((i> frmn William
nut nun h injured tiy tht1
Sold at Lowest Prices
PRICE OF BLOCKS. .
Plain Hochs
IBs
Hnlf
.120
Beck fote
."
21e
Half
lSc
Ends
;-..28e
Chimney block
lie
Sanil. i)«T (on
$3.00
Gravel. v«r toll
S4.00
Side Walk aod Curbing done nt Lowest
Prices.
We need two young men with automobiles, to assist
in selling lots at Glendale Park. Red Bank young
men preferred. An unusual opportunity for anyone
who is ambitious and not afraid to work on Sundays
and Holidays. Apply at once.
colors cnrrir.l in Frnhold. We cithtr
furnish you the irtAtertal or (rive an
apr*Ui".l price.
Cnn ho applied over
K your old Bhinultf roitf.
We HO any.
5£ «herv. Slate, SIHE and Tile Roonns.
Phones 170-M am! 128-W.
'liu' n'Kuliir Kiiilay night buxiiiK [
prufrum of the Oivun View nthli-tic i
1 IRE ON BEECH STREET.
5
ii^soiiiition of I.oiiif Urnnch has liccn j
postpmu'il until Saturday niprht »f Stanley Sidney't Haul* Damaged
Yeilerday
Afternoon,
tiii^ wcok liy diri'ftion «f tht- New |
J t i x y lioxinx 1'urnniinuoii. Tliu card
Dtoixgu CKtiinutcu at |U0O « « »
uiiuiiKt-il for Kriilny will lie |irtM.'iU('<l caused by » tire yesterday afttirnoon 5
on Sntunhiy.
in Stanley Sidney's hniiKt* on Hc««h
•treet,
William Anthony MacGuire'a New Play
Cement, Sand
and Gravel
SALESMEN WANTED
—
UNCONSCIOUS TWO DAYS.
Dennett DuHie of Fair Haven Badly
Phone Red Bank 1121.
Injured Monday Afternoon.
Dennett
Dulliu,
son
i>f
Daniel
P.
Duflit1 of Kair Huvi'n, \v;is badly injured in a fall from hi* motorcycle
Monday aftornoon on the Harding
rmid in front ot Wellington W. Kennedy's place. The motorcycle skidOil Burner* Put in Houaea.
ded and Duffie landed on his head on
Associate this firm with
Ur. W. J. Wolft-rt of Kroad street the. foncrete road. With hKiad cOTnin";
durable work at low coat.
lias had ;i fuel oil burner put in hisfrom his vnri\ Vie wan picUfd up unhouse anil Newton Doremu* of Bueim conBcious by a paSi-iny autoiat and
phu-e hit! had an oil burner put in hiswas taken to Dr. U. VanVoris WarnTHE H. SMITH CO.,
residence. Mr. Uoremus has also had er's office on Kast Front >trcot, where
oi! burners put in two of his Mechanic an examination showed that he WHSFair Haven,
New Jersey.
street buildings. The work was done sulfcrinif from » frncturcd pkull.
liy William C (ierbraeh of Highlands. His injuries were attended to by Dr.
Warner and he was taken home.. Duflie was still unron.srioux this morninK.
No Boxing Friday Night.
F. D. PRESTAGE
PlunibinB and Hcatiat
Water Syetema [Detailed
X 29 Park A « . , Keaniburg, N. J. i i
•m — tall and recomI *ne> new G»o<fVear
I «Ae k n U J I I .
Tr,*J and oaeJt
B. Itch Hurl the Best T e a m at I
Died of Heart Diseaac.
Soutliampton.
j
Walter Suspinski, son of Joseph
At the annual show of the South- •Suspihski of Atlantic Highlands, died Sash, Doors, Blinds, Glass
1
ampton kennel club at Southampton, from paralysis of tht: lu-art .Mun/Jay
aivd Builders' Hardware.
'f.ont; Island, last Saturday, Red Bank- morning.
Me had recuvered from
| was at the froi.i. with a winning team diphtheria aud was playing when he
RED BAJiK, N. J.
of i-ollii'S owned by Mrs. F. B. Ilch of died. He was two and a half years
Locust a v e n u e
Bcllhaven Seetlley old. The funeral waa hold yesterday
i Captain, imported by Mrs. Ileh from afternoon and the burin! was made
Kn^laiui about ,a year a g o , w a s the
| winning malt* anil afterwards cap- at Jlount Olivet cemetery.
tured the trophy f^r the best in the j
Rum&on Infant Dead.
s-how.
Bellhiiven Rhu'k 5Jymph, a ,
bomi'ln-e<l, was the winning femalo. ' Lucille Koruu'dy, elt-vtin months
lntt'rnatiunal ciiampinn I.aund I.u- old. daughter <,f Mabel anil Patrick
120 South St., Freehold, N. J.
I inmuus, sire of Mrs. llch's famous H. Kennedy of Ruin.-ciii, died last
1
. Stronfrheart, and ('harapiu)i ..Alys,suni, Thursday at the Long Itianch hospi• whii'li wei'C L'i\teroii fol' specials unly, tal. The funeral was l.i Id .Saturday
Aabestu
Di»!.<-ibutor ,.{ tlir Amble
J
won the special fur the bt'st bract1.
und the burial was at Mount Olivet V,
Shintrl'!!.
Full -lock, nil , , I C , „,,,,
M
I
Monmouth County Surrogata's Offlca.
In the matter of the estate QI Jemea EntBht, Jr., deceased.
Notice to creditors to present cluJnas a^ainat
En tat c.
Pursuant to the order of Joseph I*. Donahajr, turi'offate of the County at Monmouth.
rondo on the nineteenth day at June. 1023,
on the Application of Mary Ann . Enritlit.
oexecutrix of the enUtv of Jaimn Enrifht,
Jr.. Ject;uB«<i, notice is hereby gWen to tha
creditors of said deceased to Sihibit; to tha
subscriber, executrix ns aforceaitl, thtrir dettaj
anil demandftaiiainst the Biiid tBlatf, uniicr
oath, vrithin sii months from the «late of
tb« aforeniiid or*l«r. or they will be forever
barred of their actions therefor an&inBt tha
said Mibaeriber.
Dated Frpehold, N. J , Juno 19, 1928.
MARY ANN fiWRIGHT.
Am Coo«(y«ar Screk, i
Charles Lewis*
A. H. WOODS PRESENTS
Ha«a,"
months tram the date of tbe afaresaM order,
or ther will be fot*v«r b*ri«U •« tlwir M ttons thcreior a&ninat tha sold aubflciiber.
Dated Freehold, N. J., June 2d, 1 0 1 ^
J. BERBNS WATERS.
the ssme boats as in the morning's
second event.
Mr. White's .boat
Died of Pneumonia.
again came in ahead of the fleet, winning: by two minutes over the Anna i Edward M. Haviland, so'n o f thi
and
1
M. It .was a race between skippers,
Bank, died at a Brookas Mr. White ami Mr. Martin sailed
Now tbat moving Uma U naar I am
lyn
hospital
last
Wednesday
of pneu- prepared
their own boats.
to do your Daat moving nt forai*
ptanoa or bacsaga, to aU parta of
There will be a series of races next monia. ' Mr. Haviland was ^l years ture,
elty or country. In tfc* largaat padded Tana
olii.
He
leaves
a
widow,
two
sisters,
Sunday morning, starting at ten
In Red Bank. Befora you have y o u naxt
1
o'clock. These races are open events Mrs. Ella J. Warner of Brooklyn and aovins done, write, ae-nd or call far tba
nly reliabla furnltura mavara in town, and
! and any boat owner can enter in theMrs. Carrie E. Roe of Edgewater, cat
my price! on Tour naxt Job. All kinds
respective classes. On the following and two brothers, William of Kast ot haary
or light trucking dona at abort
Sunday the races will be held in the Orange and Alex B. of Queens, Long aotiea. Call or addraaa
bay, between Atlantic Highlands and Island. ' The funeral was held SatJ. T. EQAN,
Sandy Hook.. This will be an open urday and burial was made Sunday
event for first class yachts only.1 The in Fair View cemetery at Ked Bank. 11 WALL STREET, RED BANK
Residence phona 292-R
local boats will be towed to the bay
OfSea phono 839-R
by Andrew S. White's large cruiser,
Died in Her 74th Year.
10 WHARF AVENUE
Olivia B.
Mrs. Louisa Oarlock, widow of
Abraham Carlock, died from a comREV. S. H. THOMPSON DEAD. plication of diseases Sunday at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles
Former Red Bank Paitor Pane* Truax of Seabright. Mrs. Carlock
Away After an Operation.
waa 73 years old and had boon sick
VERNON PARKER. Prop.
Word has been received' at Redtwo years. She leaves three other
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
Bank of the death of Rev. Samuel children, they being Howard. William
Caraful Drivers mod Flral
Hustun Thompson of Pittsburtr. a for- a l l d K i k e l . Oarlock." The funeral was
mer pastor of the Red Bank Presby- h c l d t h i s afternoon with Rev, H. N.
Claaa Cara
lenan church. He
was
81
years
old
He was b l years old Amer
Amor nf
of Runlirip-nr
Seabright in
in (•hari'p
charge.Thu
Rataa KeaaoubU.
and was a native of Ireland. He burial was made in Glenwood cemePhono
leaves a widow, two daughters and tery at West Long Branch.
four sons. Mr. Thompson was in a
Opposite
depot. Red Bank, N. J,
number of ways a very u.nusual man
Red Bank Infant Dead.
When calling a Taxi «W« aa
! and a man of remarkably gentle and
Pauline Caprioni, infant daughter
tirae to make th« train.
'• kind traits of character. His lifewas
i full of good deeds, as is well known of Orazio Caprioni of Beech street,
I at Ked Bank by those familiar with tiled Monday from stomach trouble at
! bis work here. He made a host of the I-ong Branch hospital. Mr. and
•j friends and admirers here not only in Mrs. Caprioni have five other chilhis church but outsid'i of his church, dren. The body was removed to Aland his death is sincerely mourned at bert W. Worden's and prepared for
The funeral was held this
Red Bunk. The end came after an burial.
morning with Kev. Father Soriano in
operation.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
charge.
The burial was at Mount
Olivet
cemetery.
DEALER IN
RED BANK COLLIES WIN.
1*"
READE'S
OTHER
aaon, daeeaeed.
«
Mottee to ereiUtaesi tu I n n a l claiaaa atatae*
eatate.
F u n u n l to the order of Joseph U
hay. u i M f a U *f iao eeuittr •JTIfea
.
maela *n tha fourteenth day at May. 1»2».
on the apnliaatioa o l Huloah Sotoman. adBUnUtratrix
of
tho
estate
o!
Httman
Solotrix f tba
a
ta l D i t n n Solo
Real Estate
Man preferred
To work on serge dresses. Steady work.
0
Good pay.
Orcheatra
$1.00
Balcony
50c
Boxea
$1.50
Price* Plui War T a x
f ANT ADVERTISEMENTS.
a few days' vacation. They were i
of the change in program was made staying: at Charles Uowell's house on '
and a large number of motorboat Fourth street. The current where'
enthusiasts cruised to Red Bank ill the g i r l w u s drowned is swift and j
anticipation of the event.
the water in places ia twenty feet i »Va tUMm aa aant of
Sunday morning, saw more than a | d e t > p . „
„ „ . „ , „ .of High- idkMdwa ar»foUewec,IT
Dr. J. „.
L. Opfbrmann
VeaaiU aaarsttj aad « •
score of motonhoatji and other craft |l a n a s treated Mias O'Gfcady a
SAHTOXTN. U MBUIM tan
moored off Red Bank, waiting for :h a d b e e n t a ken from the w
strtr n n 1 tat MsVi
the races to begin. In order not to
• a * Mo a M O a , •
bring disappointment to these visitMM. CM. Tawfcaaa. M. »_
DIED FROM CANCER.
ors as well as to local yacht&rnen, the
North Shrewsbury ice boat and yacht Jama* H. Covert of Eatontown
club pulled off a eories of sailboat
Paued Away Saturday.
races, two in the morning and one
James H. Covert of Eatontown .died
in the afternoon.
Saturda
u
over the
me
y ? f cancer ot the spine. He
The races were sailed over
WEAL BSTATB.
and
the
j«<«
b«en
poor .health
.bout it -,
year.1
club's triangular course and t h e . : , „ in
. _
„
an*—
j d d 1.M*-.
M^Covert
was 58
58years
years, old
old and
and all'
boats were started, timed.andd judged
was
ail
h Covert
FURMI3HSD COTTAGES.
f? h e .'» d l l v e d »*K«to»town and
by,William H. R. White aud John L.
Presser Wanted
MATINEE
m
_Y OF NEW JEJUCY.
,- UMSWQODi
• » »lrtu« of n ardar ol U>« Court el
Okwuery of Ne« Jariey mad* on the *n
Loat Life Whilo Bathing.
MOT01WOAT FOR SAUL
of *»a date a«r*of, la a certain eauM wkereln
THREE RACES 0ELD ON RIVER
laBcita lockwood la patilicaor, aa4 JOB Hay Wa4t«. Ut Oakland atm*7h«l Bank,
Miss SybilUh Deckert, daughter of
are acfeadant, yea are re^uirod to aa&aar
SUNDAY.
James Deckert of Jersey City, was froa>l:lS to *M». U."
KITCHEN
STOVE FOR SALE
"
and vlead or «n»w.r th« ee«tltionir'«
l t i o n r petipeti
drowned yesterday afternoon about
TW wM» I. eoJten> Uttft ** iMI «*« Ue>>
U
k l tke
k biMk
b M k«ar
a .ff h
ea o» kalaee
h , . n good condition. 61 Linden »lace, fled
Motorbeat Racoev Had Been Planned two o'clock at Plum Island, near •aadluLKom
aaTtTS. m l M .
tmfetr next or in default theriof. iueh d«.
but W e n Called Off and Sailboat Highlands, while bathing. Shu was , „
««•;«dU ba made anaiu.t ycu as Uu Chantorn. FIRE INSURANCE
collor • hyt tMnk eaultaMe and jo.t.
••• LamM>n, 4 Bioad itnvt. R«a Bank. BaaM
Race's Ware Put On to Entertain eighteen years old. Miss Anna, A m.,,,,,,1,1 _
The. oflaM et •Mb >uit la t . *bt*h> a de- 420-J.
a iw'Wi
Jer
a8
Vititori'.
cree
of
divert*,
diuolving
the
marrlut
beO'Grady, also of ^fe_City, v* , »U' »a htM~ by tba Chrtetiai
»••» yvm aad tk* u U aatlUanat.
INCUBATOR FOR SALE.
The Sunday motorboat races, which rescued by Joseph DflB15>.*f-'High- tpttftr, *H •real
DaUd July 2, 10ZS.
ala«, uicd one*.
Tcleghone
Friday axnniac at eleveo o'clock. Is
were scheduled to be held- at Redlands. Miss Rose DernpoBy und, Miss anca
J
WIUOM et HJaOCK.
with produwtbaaa Issue* • » I*
Bank last Sunday aa part of the sea- Luttiu Bell of Jersey City were alao Coolldga
Solicitors
of
Petitioner.
aaa G m i w Cox. Tin •
'
HTIUTZAU.
son's program of the Raritan Bay in the party. The four girls went service will rollow thai used at til* Bnei»«i*J PoelofOee Addreea: Red BanV. Nen Jener• « • . <***** anlmala. Bed Bank.
• ( th* Ut. PreeleW McXta«l«r. 3eponaa I B
-W
yachting association, were called off to Highlands yesterday morning for HTVIID
IB
W.
Monawtrtk Ceuaty SarraneWe OMee.
umber l»tk. 1MI.
! fast week. No official»announcement
In th? matter of the estate ut Utraian Solo*
OF
5
WATCHES, CLOCKS
LEAVE KEANSBURG
LEAVE BATTERY, NEW YORK
and JEWELRY
Weekdays
Weekde..
7.00 A M 12 M.
»,30
10:30 A. M.
Accuracy, skill and ex- r 2:00 8:30
8iO0
9:30 P. M. 3:30 8:00 6:00 IOIOO P. M.
4 perience enable us to f
Saturdays
Sfelurdaya
7:00 11:00 A. M. 12 M.
• i30 10.30 A. M.
4 do the most delicate re- j
3:30 8:00 8:00 10(00 P. M.
Si30 B-.00 9:30 P. M.
J pairing. We guarantee J 1:00 2i00 4i30Stindajra
Sunday*
satisfaction. Our prices S9iOO 0 : 3 0 1 0 : 3 0 1 1 , 3 0 A . M .
7i00 11.00 A. M. 12 M.
IiOO
4>0O
SiOO 6:00 8:00
1:00 2 : 0 0 3:O« 4 : 0 0 9:JO
will please you.
f
9:00 10.00 P. M.
8:00 9i4S P, M.
Silverware Repaired
p
j
Keimnabvirg Steamboat Co.
and Replated Like New. J
REUSSOaLE'S j
36 Broad St., Red Bank f
leoa
1023
e i e u ' s Offkce.
*if Mwry Murphr,
*|h 1,, lvn«
liar. •Mrrnant* i>f lt»« Cotiiitr nl M»nm*u{h,
t - en i*t l*«nty.Afih itar nf Janr, m i l .
lla.ekaJI C a m *
•n t n t applkatlen nf John It. MufpHy, a«l>
p«aaJ.
nlnl»lrai<ir nl Ih* *>IM« ol Marr
arr Muttkr.
Out of rvpvct tu themn»u(y of <l«4«a*t^,
IMIIM* k« h*r*»y
ttlv^ii la lla* *rwtll
^
h
tl
I'wtldBtit Wiirrfh U, liurdlnK,
dl the t«m
nl ««U <••••>•< to •>alMI la lha tu*>
"
I,
xlatalitnler
l
t
l
i
t
n
l
e
r
»
»•
a(*>««al4.
M
Mi i
b»»«bill ram* l)»tw»»n th» _.._!._.
antt Jimandi
d •mm* I lh<
h aaM
M••)•!•.
!
men mtd prof««»K>iial m.Ti ot lira
Mtlt, «HKl« •!> KWMttll frMU'lk* «*Ut
Bunk fur tin beiitHt of th.. Amarliiin
ari>tfMl<l
«nt«f.
«r
th*n
wtll
W
!•»•
li'irlon, which « u nhcilulrd to u k «
'd i>l lavlr l
I f
l t
plfttr at the Orlaie icruuudi lowiir
pal** rmkaM, k
lades'. Misses' and Children's
Wearing Apparel
RED BANK REGISTER, AUGUST », 1923.
WAM
ADVERTLSHMENTS.
CHAMBERMAID AND WAITRESS
runted,
Apply Shrewsbury Inn, l u n i i m ,
IHKJL.
Two BOO! table*. 1J>
easonable to uulrit b__
J
arlor. Port Monmouth,
SALE?,
ftA
WANTED."
Page ThirUen
KElfVORT HBlJ5£ AND BVCRr.
li.fF HILL,
f""*tttfia: price'
Would Illyr la have tw,, , , r •hree jrentle- »pr fa\n tOjclose uB.e»ute of V^U V.- Pratt,
,.
PLEASURE BOAT FOR SAUS.
blnsr, heatiug lint} tinning In all branchJ-amily (ll««U[, boat, la,i f « t i SUll
Fleld'«jBill!ard •wn boarders; home 4c<"VinK; Ooard reason- <»n Sbuth Atlantic •ftr««t.
Can *lx bouirht
I.oU of room for „ „
able.
Apply 76 West l-'ront s f e e t , Red very low ih'price.-' E. C. Auer, Oceanport, 1216. 94 Weetaide avenue. Red Bank, phone for - h a l l o - wafer.
ROOMS AND BOARD
(Contlnutd rra» vraadtasT pa««.)
pennle. Liiuipped with model 7 fifteen h. pp,
Rank.
..
- .
POULTRY BOUGHT AND SOLD.
•working class of men. Adilrt'ss K. 8..
NJM mutor.
Ideal family boat wltk
ll
Satisfaction DRESSMAKING.
truarantaad.
41 East Front drawnr M, Red Bank.
Alive or fresh dressed chickens baagbt us>
FLORAL
WORK
PRIVATE LESSONS IN STENOGUAPHV.
controls placed
where
ea> ic«t
to reach.
SALESLADIES WANTED.
IOM;
will
best
mtrttt, Madam Viotorint. '
id
ill pay b
t pric,
i
J, Baker, Ma1 of alt description* a t s h o r t e s t notice. C u t
iMary L. West, publle Htenurrapber, will
K«.J.e: i d
lid
J
:faanie stroet. Red Bank.
| Oowers a t moderate prices.
F/oralhurat MivU.r.,, Inc., Keyport' ' t t ! " ' '
h.ne U92-J.
TIHE
HED
BANK
METALLIC
S1ON~
enroll
pupils
at
any
time,
fun
private
leasons
*
'
*
"""''
y
,
department
ut
T
h
e
(Joody
Sht,p,
BUICK COUPE FOR SALE.
s t U n n i and paint shop: also auto monon shorthand. Call Roorr
£eu«md NatLonai
1,1 White atreetti, Hpd Hank. A p - Flower Shop. Wallace strtwt. Red Hank.
First 117fi takvs i t . . Cood running order. «ran».
" ELDERLY WOMAN WANTED
U«or»e Park.r; 86 Brians a«enus.
BOAT FOR SALE.
,nk buildlnu. Rod Bank.
ply
M. L. Le.k, B.lford, N . J.
_ _ . . . . i s d Bank, phons 7M-J.
r llxht huu.«»iirk nn.l care of children:
SEA S K I F F FOR SALE.
N e w i « x 7 . root. 20-mlle>-aii-hnur
boat,
New I b x 5 foiit aea skin", e.|nipp...l with "™ B k l i r '>>"•• <«uk ' r a m s , cedar pbinkiim,
0 n month. Cull lifter fi :00 P. M,
Mia.
SAVE YOUR OLD CARPETS.
GAS RANCE FOR SALE.
YES, WE'VE GOT SOME TIRES.
flfi*-eu h. p. muiiel ~ N.IM motor.
Now ittcopper f a i l . t i e d ; e.iiuiupad « i t h r l u h t unil
lakewUi, WallinK avenue^ llelforcl, N. J. '
BaauWfvl
revaHrslble
ruus
maUe
from
old
Gas ransa for Bale In good condition. Call
. SALESLADIES WANTED^
"
A n d t h e y ' r e sum" tire* t o o . /'u/l>- wi
water, ready for 'lerriofiKtrflticm.
A fjuritairt left imnil twlim. t i f t e - a h. i p . . N.IM nioturs.
aariMsta and oa«nlll« portieres.
Wtite for
Salesladies wanted, with or without ex.
HOUSE F O i . RENT.
101 Bro«d_«treot. R«d Bank.
W e ' r e if -old a t once art owner la rendy tn U l k
;
circulars. American Sue Manusnetury. Hi nntetl 'nnd a t t h e n o w l o w prie'e*.
•luat riifht f o r t h e flihermmi
wbu wnntK
Penence.
Apply at once Straus Company,
Six rooms and bath, nil modern improve- Vsrmont^str»«t Brooklvn
j u s t uheu.l o f s c h e d u l e on t h e c u t but t h a t ' , b u a i n m s .
S6f.ll. New J e r . e y Motors, I n c . . ^peed and iWXtal pleaiuire crnft.
NewJerCITIZENS BUILDING AND LOAM
Broad street. Red Bank.
entii, ine.lu.linK "team bent.
Apply A. (lau . u a l at ( r e d I I . V u n l l o r i , <•„.'». lt,.,l limik. Keyport, N. J .
». y Mol.uii. Inc.. KevRiiri, N . J .
hM money to loin buyers ot b a n k
Aeplj
me, 248 Shrewsbury avenue. Hed Hartk.
l'hi.iie 1TH.
^
CENTRAL
BARBER
SHOP,"
•t the Beeond National bank.
SECOND-HAND CLOTHES BOUGHT.
ITraak
Oala,
proprietor,
74
Mormunth
atrpet.
F I N E PROPERTk" FOR SALE.
DeFONTENY SCHOOL OF DANCINC.
~ ~ ROOMS FOR RENT.
Man'i only; must b« In Kood condition.
HOUSE FOR SALE.
•aar llapU aveflsue. . Expert win \niiMi»eiip at
COLORED GIRL, WANTED
T h r e e a n d o n e imlf n c n M l u t i i l , nirw rom
231 llri.ail.in. l.onu- Hraneli, N. J. ; forTwo furnished rooma for rent in private all tloiae. Bootblack in attendance. Ev^ryall at I. Kerbar'n. U 8 MonmouU itreet,
Seven rooms, all mo.lein improvementa,' h o u * e w i t h ell i m p r o v e m e n t a
for Kitchen' work.
Dlulr's hotel, Hluhlandi,
v.it!iin t l
merly Metropolitan Opera Mallet. New York
smily-: all iinprovem* nU*: buKinei-a woman U
*«rl Bank, phone B72-J,
-loarn heat; a t-oo.l home in v. I l o t i i t i o n . ; B o r o u g h l i m i l a or Reil H a n k . C m !*• i l i \ i d n l l ' " i t y ; - u l l
stw b s t j j n Ioeat.it.ti
H. J. Plon« Hltfhlandit 1210.
imcihK tHtu/ht, to.. i!nm'referred.
21 Chestnut street. Ked Hunk.
price riwht, 1,-rma .•«.,)',
13. W. M a i t i n . up inU l o t a . A Koo,i iiiweatrnvllt.
]-or p a r - i
ilaily for Kirlt mill
«lty.
FOR RENT.
ENCYCLOPEDIA FOR SALE.
FQRD COUPE FOR SALE.
real " s t u t , . 2 111 Eaal Front s t r e e t , Hed Hunk. tlculars apply to U. W. Wi
l.oya.
riunirt .tukiiiK l e s i
COUPE FOR SALE.
1
HlOKll
now, will 1)* In
Twelve
volume
aet,
leather
bound.
EnUnfurnished
houav
on
Itnttin
r
In fine condition.
Monewuth Hotel, 16
r.Hid; eiuht I'hotie r,1-l.
«l reel. Red Hank.
t h e fall e t i l . . r t i i i i i m e i , t .
Wfll pacWnrc jfudHon coupe, rnecfinnically rooms and bath; all impr..verm t^.
cyclopedia, practically new: l&lel edition.
B i.klet up<in r e West Front street. Rad Bank.
Apply
^
—
I'lUC:«t.
I'linne
'H-ll,
u
r
lerfect; tires and pulnt in very wood con- to P n w t l i Whito sHeiiiv. Mom outh «tri- t
. LotiK Hritoch.
. M O N E Y TO L O A N .
?ii'i!5 R'd Bank 180-!!;__
_•
ition.
Phon« Hed Bank titiW-lt evenings.
FOUND—
"
~
STORE. TO LET.
On b o o 4 and mortuaits oi^i rt.Jt\ «Ht«t« in
at Ilroail street. Red HAM I
FARM FOR SALE OR RENTHouses FOR" SALE!
Small store a t 128 Wsst Front (.treat. Red
Red Bank or v i c i n i t y in Hums of 1 6 0 0 t oa Daw in the title tu p r o e w t r you've liou K ht 1
One buildf-d acre * farm, lanre Colonial
HOUSE
FOR
SALE
OR
RENT.
BUNGALOW
FOR
SALE.
y and expeaa«.
xpeaae.
li*i i.ure i tt ' ,I home with water, bnth, toilot. mnii, o u t Hank, Inquire G. Diet* & Son.
Have several housea rahvluE from »J.100
tstl.OOO.
Apply J o h n A. l i v e l y , nouii^uLor- manns worry
py
d bt^foce
^foce you b
buv. Hte
V
Seven roorr^ houae for sale or rent
j> 126,0011. P. F. Kennedy. Monmouth and
Bsaccned
Hte Verut-luw; H<,uth A m b o y , N . J., phon« Sotith properly
New bungalow- and l."iif in Hu
buil.linK« ; Ur«« barn: anparHbrua, fruit, u keaide a v e n u ,
hospital. Ap- water'
'
BULLS FOK SERVICE.
non W.
ill. K
iiminer.-Hyli
Pwarljitreet^ Red Bank^
\
front; Hell cheap. l.\o
W K
K« ( , the
th T
Till
Ki
i
mil. Dnly Aulbuy 1S1-M.
i ' ., •'•
" T, ' i S k l l e i i t p o t a t o r u i l ' f i f t w e u m i n u t e i i t o f t c t !
y Mt.ran, Lake, H
li. K . J .
i l l - . Hurr
Thoroughbred Holsteln bulls for aervlee.
1-..J ..,U,te oflice, R i
b
ildi
R
-expectable peraou wanteil. A.idr
iHllldiUK.
K e d l B n n ( ( r { J , l i , , | u '„.„' i i ; ^ " , u, Sld,!let«,wr!SI
GIRL WANTED
Bingham l^rm, Rurason.^JsJ; 4FOK
SALE
AT
BELFORD.
N.
J
llank.
Phone
743.
nirr. drawer M. Red Dai k .
WOMAN WANTED
s t a t i o n ; Kood romls ; $JG,uoO.
Will
lint
to help, with general housework ; on« wh
Ho
d ground* on the
the corner of Weli,r g e n e r a l b o u a r w m k in amull f a m i l y : inid11.000.
A.ldr,.»a O w n . r .
drawer
M , He.l
BABY CARRIACE FOR SALE.
iloca not Ku to school preferred.
Apply 61
C H I C K E N S FOR SALE.
iuk avenue and Church aUeet.
C«n IM- K
FARMS WANTED.
Bank.
e Hired woman preferred,.
Apply to M
A 1 condition. Rvaaonable. II. Donnelly, Irvinu. place, Ked Hank.
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p
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l
l
e
t
*
at
any
time:
iimuire
of
Klnier
Coinliton
In
,»at*r_Ko*«, 202 HiiJ-.ni avenue. Ited Hank.
llav« city clients r«aajr to buy farm
Battin^ road, Fair Haven, N. J.
and o n er o o s t e r ; H a r r o n - V o u n c Htinm. M r s
' t n o w n e r . Elboi-t J . W a l l i n
Ueamouth county; uiao ki<a- and town
. upUPHOLSTERING.
1IF.I.I.O1I
William Msaon, Ilattin m a d . I a n Haven N .
v, M a r y l a n d .
tIGHT ROOMS, BRIDGE AVENUE."
erties. , For Lruick n.Mtuita IIWt your property
COCKER SPANIEL AT STUD.
RaftnlshlnK and polishing fornitur* and
W e repair 'rndiatori. ntudKimrilK, hoo.ln,
J,
Phone 11X-W.
Vlox e l .
Modern
Improvementa,
lot
50x
1
SO:
price
witk
IUy
HtiUman.
y H. H
t m a n . M a imiwith
m u u t h County
nt
A eplendUl pecllKrertl Conker spaniel. Ed
lamna. a n d d o all mvtal work.
\ . « „,•!! a
alanos., Frank Howard, 181 Hudson avanua.
,
.
„
.
G
O
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D
C
O
O
K
3
.
7,500.
only
*2,000
ruah
reijuired.
See
Lam\utaii entuU.
t U ICuUiotbwn,
ICUtb
K. J^ aurv Stillma
ward flibHon. Eatontown, N. J.
radiator f o r a Ford f o r «14.S0 tlint i» a
Rerl^IJank^phone MS-W.
•_
LOST.
KxtrH h e l p f , , r
ui, 4 llroad atreet, lied Hank. l'hone 420-J.
r*'*- ; farm.- stat*
t t hhirhway.
ih
; honcjf/smli rndintr.r that dont freeze. W a
A n A i r e d a l e p u p p j ^ lo.-t .lark h a i r o n e n , I s ; uurvb-K f o r p r i v a t e p e o p l i .
FURNITURE FOR SALE.
ANDREW J. HILL,
— ; sell Firv»tone mid uthor iiiniie,, of tiro*. IleniSITUATIONS WANTED
" '
*" "
Siotly.
A M i i t - anil w o m e n t o r d a y ' s w o r k ; h a v e
Household furniture for aale. II. A. Walk'
aoiwitle p r i c e s .
Ked Hatik, A u t o Radiator
Paper hanuinK and deeoratlns; Interior
NO DEAD STOCK HERE.
eward will be pnid r , r I n , r e t u r n t n 1 e n c r i .
y widow and danjthter a* honaeworkcr ol uble
Addrvaa A m e l i a Hicka,
er, 224 Muple avenue. Red Hank-.
_
it i W o r k s . I I S Went Krunt n-ti^t, Ite.l Ilank.
And exterior, painting.
14 Worthier itraet.
Our lirci
...
Tow
Hill
Farms,
Ued
H
a
ok
and
second
maid
or
nurse;
moderalt
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I
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l
a
c
e
,
H
e
d
H
a
n
k
.
id , P h o n e U 7 7 .
Red Bank.
Phoue 1415.
there'* no dead stock her*.
Ever
T
~
POLICE DOG LOST
iKiva. Apply Widow, drawer M, Ked Hank
tube a- liv* one. Ami our price ;
POSITION WANTKD.
FOR SALE.
In Naveainli, on July Hist; female,
Finder
FARMS WANTED.
taking them m m ' s o fimt. A r e ou in"tfie
KxpWiwaced, careful
ROW BOAT WANTED
FOR SAliE.. '•
and meat market
telephone Atlantic Hln-hlainin 2 4 t .
LnrKe and nmull farim-in Middletown aud
»ou. liar,, useful man.
procession'•
If not, w h y n.,l ? IV,-,I If.
1-Tnt
bottom
bMtlenu,
in
tfooU
condition:
9«eflnrl hnnij lumber rVim Ilurn«jrat Whiten
stopwith
two
vicinity.
Ed. Hayes, Knlr Haven, N. J
VanDorn
Co., ,,l,hne 17^
t^ker.
f o u r ye«rii o n HIIIMS,,,,
i'l.
SWEET CORrT FOR SALE.
bout
sixteen
feet
limK.
Norman
l)nt,y,
c
a i ; lot
i n l Siamide H e i g h t s , «»b'«, ( U * ' s , frxH'a a n d
od
fur aellI'holie Bed Hank 10«;s-W.
'
Box
S
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4
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n
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h
,
N
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Will deliver.
Patrick J. Carton, Everett
Kniuud Kipner, H4 Wesl Front atreet. I
lf.xl2V.
Will quote f. O. B. cora, , ! e s t i n » Naliniiii & Caxtclln
l.i'Iuhton
1
1
N. J., phone 7U6-F-41, Mjddletown.
^
HUP TOURING FOR SALE.
le. Reil n n n k .
» " k ' . ._
. Four njo,
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS
ir four t n i e a l i 1 I ^ u i * ' J " Kiellni''''l>.o'o? h Ktr.!i'' f 's''''"' l M'iri
Late 19i!0 model; extrua; ifood rubber; low
six
people, well
6raa wtUi a«iy "'•ux: we bMild. JtM<
ntilated,
, i-tHc. nnil : nj,nV buil.linn", I l e . l ' U n n k . " T e l e p h o n e tllll,
"
ROOM FOR RENT.
SIX
ROOM
HOUSE
TO
LET
FURNISHED
ROOMS
TO
LET.
milunKe; any demonntration. I'honu Kumaun
I h
l4v« us an iaasi <ts* wfwt you N s s t
rhuoe
„ . r,l«eNewlr decorated room: suitable for two.fi-17-W, after 7:«0 P. M.
iter jtr.-ct. Hum,,in.' in i:o,.d comli,c a . t . u e ,.r D. A. M-aro, Kcaoide I l c i r f l h . N. J., t e l e UIK Innje nn.l one MM,ill room; KOOII
Bad Issusi T«l-B. for sMn~aih t Hioluls, a t
2S:
l o n a l - , 1 in Kiiu-'s I p h . . n e ' 1 0 - W .
Apply l « 0 ' Broad street. R<id Bank.
ivnilabh. ufler September
l i l l i . Inntiou; t . . | i u icaaouiible.
Hoard mran
K4 U i l s r u i street. Uo.1 Hank
"-iKhtt-uy. Cha
H i l l . N . J . A d'••»« X . V . I
DAIRY MAN WANTED
'
f
Ivl.
0
.
Iliekmini,
Jr..
e.ire
Sea
Rir.l
if
deaired.
»7
Kivelni.le
avenue,
1
AUTO REPAIRING.
taku care of private herd of reKiMtei
' "«nk.
EAR CORN f < « J A L E .
" ! cotti.ne
Washington street, Kunison, N. .1.
Dunk.
Quick, Rood and a t a fair price.. William
uernBoya.
Apply Harry T. Sickle*, l't
•oiind,
well
scried
and
mailed.
Kept
\n
'
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:
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H
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B
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A
T
F
O
R
S
A
L
E
.
Moyan. 140 River 'itreal, Red Honk.
tale, Shrewsbury, N. J. ;.
for h o u s e w o r k , two in family.
Apply 7His»
EDMONDS * SICKELS,
r l i o a l , :.'(l«r.a o v e r n i l - Ki^.ill I,,,
n rat proof crib.
Any amount up t o 1 0 0 •
WINDOW CUiANING.'
ASHES FREE.
tho carpenters and builders. maVe a spccssslty bushers.
WoiHS. '.Ill West 1-n.nt slr.-.'t, Hed llaifft.
-cl r o o m s . l n r K e l i v i n g ' r o o m . Kit
K. M. Wyrk.-ff. l.iucrort,
N. J. 1 W e make a apec-ialty ol clraiiiiiK wfndowa
USED CHEVROLET WANTED.
Ashea Kiven awny for the - carting. 240
of all kinds sf alterations a<id repairs. Phaoa I'lions IlliUlIetiiwn 210H-1'-1'.».
I
tit
a
t
o
r
w
.
omAjs
and
private
W
l
d
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c
.
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;
aiso
H
c
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n
n
o
r
H
t
,
edanetle wanted, 1SI2S model. Hed Bank 721-R, or call at 84 McLarea
Went 1'ront street, Red Hunk, N. J .
Kwweral oiiioe cl««niii«.
Rut«s
baasonohlo.
Itri. M. II. Hammell. 1H4 Hireraldit avenue
I'OR R E N T .
4S
Waai
d Hank.
Phunc 51S-R.
WILLYS-KNIGHT SEDAN FOR SALE.
Vary a t t r a c t i v e two-ro.uu dviita, sl,,o «in
!
OIil f a s l i i o n . ' d nilihiiKnny i l r e . ' s e r f u r » a l e
.UM
Phono
f,!,i-U
' Good condition.
Dr. William H. Kerr.
IF
y
o
u
WANT
TO
BUY
Mid douhls rimsrM; nuwly furnished all co
GOOD JOB AT A REASONABIJE PRICS
' i n uiioii c o n . i i t i o n ; J;tr,.
:,7 K i m l . l a c e , I t t d
Newman Sprinira roa'l. Lineroft, N. J ^ ^ :an be had by eflsaging Edmonds ft Blokeie. a pony or aadillii horsa ace llrowor, t b e pony
FAMILY LAUNOiir WORK.
N . w WhltdeM huildinn. llro
FURNISHED ROOMS W A N T E D .
:
Hank.
.
• ail. HB7 Central avt^iue. A s b u r y Park, N . J . •treet, Ked Bank. Pho
l '•< l ; .
iiy
w)i«li,
w,-t,
m*l
VX(.M«^HII
Mirpenteri
and
builder*,
84
M
o
L
w
w
'atrowt.
T w o furnislieil or unftirnishe.l rooms f,-,r
'MONMOUTH COUNTY FARMS., L>hom
SvtiB.
N
o
w
potiy
H
K
S
f
o
r
rotit
fosf
Phone T21-U. *
Any size, any price.
Sec Lamaoh, 4 Red Bank.
CMAIaU AND BA9KETS KEPAIRED.
e4Mton.
E
I
G
H
T
F
O R HIRE.
Kchijol; will n o t he ready tn tnkr- rooms u n - por p«mnd. ttou.:!, dry v~.h nn-lllat work C A D I L L A C
Droiid utreet, Reil Bank. Phone 420-J._
, Mi>dem a a d IMStiqtMl chair liottouia re- til S e p t e m b e r 1 s t . Mrs. M. M. Barr, Ocean
CHEVROLET COUPE FOR SALE.
7 ceate p
pt»r po
pousM. Hnml innlin^ i[ I
W I N D S H I E L D FOR S A L E .
lstsh»d. Casts »«at: ssSairs r , - M « . ^ .
B«sbe4si
C./mfort,il,lu .iciv v ,,(!|iai«.|ii er cjoae.i c » r
One yenr old Chevrolet utility coupe I
ry, W « t b'ru
WANT TO BUY
J«v*tey Coast
(Jrov*. j:*"literal d e l i v e r y .
Dnulile
ulatt
I'md
wlndahield
i
n
first
doiix
made
to
order
SMid
repaired.
MUhaeJ
P
a
t
t
e
n
,
ood C(»nditton ; price r e t u r n a b l e . Phone Re
for Lire, ilr.y or nikht.
.KJIIII K. Kevins. 7«
freah fruit nnd veKetables, lai'R-e or small
l Ilnnk,
o n . l i l i o n ; » 7 . William H. Kose, nui-Mery- 1&0 Moocnoath jitoeet^ K c l Hunk.
NOTICE..
lank S7U for nppolntment. •
qunntltiea.
Phone M.iildletnwii_271-F-41. •_
Linden place, Keil IlanU, ph. ie 111 I-M.
iiiii, 1'ifi Hi a,,.I, aMMiue, phone Hud Ilank
REAL FSTATE.
K e r p o r t aul4» radiator woriLS. Hevmlrn o f
. ,
TWO P U U I O O W S FUR SAUL.
PROPERTIES FOR SALE.
i-IH-M.
LEM SUTPHEN,
all kinUa of ntdutUjr*-.
A l s o mud tfuariia
One OoarasMs/ asui ocw Jurvtty wHh O44ve« aru) Kasoi^mi ttmk*.
Properties from $1,000 <" »2B,»00. I'""!
i nil ten f n x n riv*r, t* n iiiiinit
paper hanging ai&l decorating". ' 22 WashWork called f o r a n d MitB ; f o
GIRL WANTED.
»ni" itro
itni-jvce, I.it ."lO ) fvt.
rms npply to Kil. Hliye.., Fuir Haven, N. .1
ington atreet. Ued Hank,
Phono GR4-J.
Ilnnent. induatrioUH
urirl to do jeeneral
Painting and pnperhanwinK; work prori.ptinr pr
•hone ileil Dank 1042-W.
H.
Il«Uer.
phoiwIfi2-W.
luu:tework. iiicliidintr wnahinK a n d ironinKT. I.-SB. JTl
GIRL WANTED
» J.
'IVrmu.
A.
Kins ly iitkcnded to. Charles 11. Dennis pPd
VPTIW
nt
1211
Maple
a
v
e
n
u
e
,
Hed
Ilank.
Mm.
CHICKENS
WANTED.
for housework, two in family. Apply Mini
R A N D S U M M E R SCHOOL O P E N .
i
fieiirite
E. Whltini!.
I'hime
Iteil
Ilank
CABIN LAUNCH FOR SALE.
j
Will
Pay
tb>
hiuhest
market
prioe*
for
W
0 W
:. K. R.
--.
'. rf-tjirinK iu t.'leitn-ulury a n d . colleiie boerd
il'"U_L _ J:"? Front atreet. Red Hank.
T w e t i l r a n d a h a l f fpet. v.itli. t w i , c y l i n d e r 1
1.106.
E1GHT-HOUR BATTEAY CH
> e chickens.
88 North
Broadway, Lon»
HOUSE FOR R E N T .
otilfinfl i n .BOOII r u n n i n u o i . l e t ; wood c o n d i MAN WANTED
Branch. N . 1.. phone 1508.
No
Uir«M*-«l(iy u n i t * f o r y O U r i . i . l t - i y . I n
'rviiiHTton
House,
OctHin
and
Cenli-«
Six room houxe for rent on Maple avp- t i o n : e x c e p t i o n a l b a m a i n ; will »ell f o r S 1 7 5 . '
for general work around hotel. Hlair'H hotel,
W f . . r t ' H : 0 0 A . M . i t o u d y by 4 : 0 0 1 ' . M . w i t h
Hvenuea. Sv«briwht. phune vi >>eabrijrbt,
APARTMENT FOR RENT.
and
Highland*. N. J. Phone 1210 Highlands
u h r l t - i - . l « > i i t [ f i - . . i v u « l t -rii.r W iV T r y i t . M i i r . , Seven room apartment, all Improvements
y»ur. litUlwy
i n . WrJln
ti«rvi>-v
S i a t ICM,,
K. Atilii-i'i) will nivc iinod s e r v i c e
anil
MARSHALL SPRINGSTEEN,
ir reiit on •. Monmouth s t r e e t ; rent %\i
R*H
l t « n k ' n I.-mliny_
m-vr'tcv
i « i « i i o n . M :ii»i<old nnd new floors cleaned and finished. 47
, f. Kennedy, Uc.l Hunk.
'_
IT'imut d e l i v e r y .
.Mail u r lwive .orders a t 14
i i v c j n i v « n < ) M.,»nu>uth
»tr*trt#,
II,-,)
]>,,,r,k.
Spring street, Red Hank. Phomi 1388-M.
Weal Corl'nUI a i c n u e , A t l a n t i c
Ilici,lanil»,
BABY'S CRIB FOR SALE.
REAL ESTATE.
J. G. ESCHELBACH A SON,
N . .1. l ' b o n e 7h-K.
White ennnlel crib with tutir nitittrt-HH, i
lit
West Front street, Bed Bank shone liorfcct condition.
Phone 184-W, or eul
ts, U,M1 ItanU.
410-J.
Auto accessories and Tulcanistng.
or t ^
HOUSE TO LET.
Mile road.
K_J-otei» police, lied Hank.
Half double. I'ouae, Wallace noil W
1>
FOR RENT.
DEAD ANIMALS.
MONEY TO LOAN.
CORD WOOD FOR SALE..
Ml streets; seven rooms ami bath.
1 imYCI nm
i-inn.-,. m (\i V r i.llit
IT
v*n
Btl'l
Se
R. Oonnors. remover of dead animals.
Money to loan on in,ml ami
ortjraKC :
For fireplace or In stove lengtba.
DelivApply
.lim's I.u
l i - , . t r i r i t y . UuWi „ „ , !n i l
ni1,
li..|o:,.ut i i a t i i - n l i ; noiir Shrnw.-bury
river.
Wayside, N. J, Phone Wayslds 840-F-15.
nth T
ey. Heiti
rtiu, real I Itrojld and FroliL atreet>, Hcil Hunk, i( oin, w t h
D. W. M
buildinK. 'It- Hank. !
ered anywhere. J . B. Carton, E w e t t , N. J. ifl.OOO, $2,000, $H.000.
ft
lit*. • t w t w . i r jMiraife • f<.r
P u\
tnte, ^40 Enat Front wtr,;et. Red Bank.
|I'll-aiiifd
hone
Mlddletown
796-F-41.
NOTICE.
iiur.-ie. d o c t o r i n . d a i l y
attendance.
TWO NEW HOUSES FOR SALE.
I n i u i r * <'f Mi-». J<-<ln ii 1! -nur t t .
m Oil th.
70
AT WALLING'S CIDER MILL.
1
Phone
J>4-J.
On t'BBy term*. See P. I '. Kennedy, 114
• p a r t j w h o l o o k I u m i s t a k e p a c k - j I'!"""' K o d Hank -I3'.l-H.
&t .-••t, lte,1 Ilnnk.
FOR SALE AT BEl-FORD. N . J .
V. nl
I ' ' r » s h m a d e u w c e t e i . l . c .1,11 v , , , . I
k'tiiir
. uy,.
Monmouth street, KetMJank, phone 447-R
white fJami(.) tron
HOUSE FOR RENT
Hnu>*e und ffround^. line' location. Fa]
d o o r e v e r y T h u r s d a y , 4 ,"i i - . - n t - . a r.itll
UPHOLSTERHUG.
1 brnwn ,^lii-(W ..v)imps nnil fl.'cirif iron .-.inl
tl 'rowerliill avenue. Reil Bunk, five rooms flve i r a l l o n j t . X O . c e n t a .
particularH write owner. Mrs. M. E. Walling
l'!i,.i,c ^ 7 i - ! - ' Mi.lWE BUY,
iui, all kind«, .of l u r n H « r c Mid j nt tiu* Knickt'iiMickt>r pharnuicy kindly n-ml luith. Home improvements. larKe lot. t l l c t i i w n o r a p i m t a l . b o x S y K . y i . o r t
Havre
de
Grace.
Maryland.
sell and exchamre automobiles. Joeeph 3eaPine slab wond unwell in utove lennthi.
1 tWlni«hinK, u]d <*ik b<^lnMim ituit in walnut, i t u r n >:un<_- to t h e K niekrrlmekiM- Pint
H. A. Worthies'. 28 Hector iilace, Red Hank.
ta, Karage, 171 West Front street. Red Bajik.
TABLE POTATOES^FOR SALE.
maiiotfaiiy und ivorr ; al:i<
. ..
Mrs. Jiilm Wyekoft. Lurayetto
ALFALFA FOR SALE.
Easy lo split and makes Kood k'iiulliriK cr
PhoneJUX.
Round .stock, clean ami wood .«ix<>. Coi
r will U<iue». Fraok Howard. 1»1 Hud».,n
Rum? ill. N. J .
Twenty u r n of atamlini.' iilfalfn
WIRE WHEEL SERVICE.
1'i-lit
iiiiami'r m m l . J1O.00 per. truck load,
PRIVATE BALE OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
William V. Carney, Phuluns, N.
ell cnri.il in th* field al %'IU p,
Louis :tt*d Uan«. Phoni- 118-W.
Wire wheels rebuilt.
John Hams en, 4 t well.
WANTED NOW.
iMIvoiyil.
John II. 1,-nok. J r . . Red Bank.
Overl, (ik Ka
hone Miridletown 27K-K-82.
Htuve«. IIHV
- • - . mailings,
--- . . .picttt'ei. S l , f [ ( , |
West Froi
West Front street. Rod Bunk. Phone 71-K.
HEMSTITCMIWG.
White
Kirls.
women,
houaeworkers
;
also
u
edn, e t c . Also f«rm inu>!piti' i nt». Cull
1.
K.--I
llmnk.
'•• I street and Half-Mile
OFFICE ROOMS FOR RENT
Mextoao, wido, p4<:otinK, ifolil BlMl stive?. white couple; wife cnoV. ssau cbaiilfeur; ,M7r>
time » t IHifltitn Attairo'H, Brunt-h »V:MI>
FOR SALE.
la
the
Davidson
building;
three
rooms
forLOST.
B u t t o n s , pifikim:, plaitiiyc—maihino embroi- u month.
MU.it buyable to show hiuhv-l
Liu].* Silver.
Hoffman lint water heater No. 1. In KOOII
'J'orloi«e »bj!ll rimmed trlaare* in loni; black • d«ry.
Boa^lii and nuvnltica f o r sale ti t * j rerervne.-:-.. fioo.i wa^ea mid Rood lioiilions
condition. Mra. S. If. Harris. Helfnrd. N. J. mirly occupied by Kcilly, Quisn A F l n
Apply Davidson's, Ued Hank;
EIGHT ROOMS, BERGEN PLACE.
Answer to. Wlirliurlon'M
leather case lout early Turxila; mornlliK. H«o<»f Shop. It! Bro«il stroot, R i d Baftk, for '.'ap.-ibli' help.
- I n b l i a h r d l i , , ;,l,,,, a ,„ builil ;,n.I
I,ot 60x160. improvi'mt-nts; cnrnK<*, po
CARPENTER & JOBBER.
ajreucj,
7
Wharf
avenue. Red Hank.
Phone
. F i n d e r kindly r e t u r n to Mi** L. Mitchell, ovor Suliroqders p h a r m a c y .
MONEY TO LOAN
r a t e f.-rlili/.. i- p l a
session in tliirty cluya. Price $9,000, U'imn, i 43 " ' ' n place. Red Bank. Reward.
1174. lie.) Hunk.
near lied Hank in .
All work done at n reanonnble price.
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SALE.
Si'e l^antHon, 4 Iiroatl
street,
Ked Uunk. | —
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k R
d Bank.
B k un mortgage between auma at {1,060
drop n postal
H. L
Lake,
Red
K '...Mil ionul oapital .for
113,000. Keilly, Quinn & Parsona, s t t o t n e r s
O V E R L A N D SI'EEDSTER
Full mahounny V-bottom si.-.-il l.nat hull.
YOUNG M A N W A N T E D .
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Phnnn
Davidson bufldlnfir. Red Bank.
HARVEST HOME.
l-iipital W a n t e d , i l r a w e r
I for »«le; L'oo.l r u b b e r , win. i s l i c l i , s'ts.vtei- ! 2lixO ftxit. I eiiily for m o t o r ; m e w l .
Onk | 1
ROOM FOR RENT.
Little Silver M. E. church hnrvent horn
and electric l l l h t a .
Knrinr in hue coiiili- i tranig, inshoi;an.v nlvnkliiK, cupper fa!;teni-<l, I a u r t o
make
h i ' m - t c l f •L't'tirntlly
iiM'tnl
i n [ M , Hv*i
Hank.
PICS AND COW FOR SALE.
pleHHHnt rotiiii f o r l o n t in
vale lion.
will be hcld_ Thursday, September 13th, IIIZ8.
Inquire after 6 ;0t) ? M at ;tfi Will- ( bm** ftttUlt':.. b r i u h l lilli«h.
Nuw J e r s e y ( olfi '. . A n i'x»'»'.i»>i.t t u t p o ' i - U n n l y fin* n I H I I H K i ••• Eight weeks old pSirw for mile; aluo euw
il s e l e c t nei:,'hljorhooil;; n
fnniiiy
: l a c « _ . t r e e t . _ R e d Hnnk.
l'hone ailS-W.
| Motor*. Inc., hTeyport. N. J .
| ma -i.o i, v.iiii,,
LANDSCAPE
GARDENER.
Apply at ,lo..eph Morria'a. Middletown. N.
PEDIGREED GUERNSEY BULL.
K 1,, sppi, him.ieif «HI,
1
liuiuire HI South street, Heill Hank.
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Pedigre«d Guernaoy hull for service. Apply
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THUCK FOR SALE.
PATENTS.
vie
Pruning by experienced men; upraylni".
1017-M.
l'ul lilif
1I n i '•Hi
rtrir
to Superintendent Shoru Act-etJ. Little Silver,
The i'e-idoiil patent a l i o r
O<ii>-bsilr t o n oocacity Vim. tinr.il mpebani'l'b«
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MONEY
TO
LOAN
H.
lajin.-;
out
of
urcunils,,
larfre or small AdGOOD PRICE-S P A I D
N. J.
oaJ o-Klditlon, *ood rubber, imnel boily ; sacri- i
_n mortEaite between sums of $1,000
for m e n ' s aeoond-hand clothsa a t t h e City floe for uee oY roota. t'a
| vice ifi\ en as to what, when end how i«
REAL ESTATE.
seen by up-to take a f e w ' private c a s e - nt his
tfi.OOO. Uellly, tWinn t Pawoiia. attorney
SWEET CORN FOR SALE.
Drr Cl«nln«
Works, 9 steckaols strsM.
rt,-r.
W.
F.
Hoth."
muinl,
'^Of,
Hec.ii
Six room hnu^v. all i a o 4 * m improv I'tnt-nts, j plant. T. 11. StiU's, 121 HanliliK rond. Red
to H a r r j I*o!isen. H«lforil, N. J.
Davidson building. Red Bank. _
Corn U JJOW ready
I -r my cuntomers
a«sir Broad.
Phone 10B-K.
WUliatn O a i Keypovt. N . .!.. phone 4UH-K.
fM-st (lo.,r ;hrey rooms OA«1 pwntry.
Rank, phone 1163.
Mra. E. DodKe. Kumiim rood. Little Silver,
HOUSE FOR RENT.
ro.v, p r o p r i e t o r .
SIM,r thri>* rooma ami bath, iturna cittic; steam
FOR SALE.
N. J .
R E A L E S T A T E . LOOK I
On the main atreet nl l a i r H«ven, from
b«at,
tfni'M4:«; lot TiDxluO f s a t .
Ten m i n u t e s
Vulcan cabinet 1'as rnnte, perfect conil
TEAM FOR SALE.
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October
1st:
six
room«
mid
liiil-h:
complt
t.-ly
from Me.tkm; vuiaiie^sio* i n t w o m o n t h s .
tion; two oven*, rnaclin« and hroilliift on lei
.i lot;
MONEY TO LOAN.
Pair hoavj , econil hand ho.sei,; b l r .pair. ffurnished,
(
u l . n i»i, t ,|
tn
6o0 per
per monlh.
monlh. K.I
K.I. llw-.'s, Tu
1'rire Jo/'OO. A . U Iviru lumticy, Uet;i^ti.r
idii. l'hoiul Hed Honk 2U3-M.
Money to- loan on bond and mortgage. Ap*
e*vir t e r m s . .Kr*« auto t<-4*vi<34i
Corua rutd buiUlintr, K«d Bank.
Runs—beautiful reversible -u«d ma.lc froiu
p o o to 1.0IIO pound-.
Further p u r t e . l . r . „ , „ „ , N ' . , , . , £„„„ K , . , H l m k
ply to A. L. Iyins, Register building. Red
look tiiom
iw«r.
CMl«;b I^il V, lioooaed
by telephoning John H. limes, I.oiut HrsacV,
MONEY TO LOAN
y.nir «lil enrnets ami rtllts, Hcnd postal for
MJTWGD
R.
BKMSUTOK
JU-,
broscer,
DO«
16B,
Brlford.
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Bunk.
N.
J.,
203U-W.
A W N I N G AMD CAftPKT C1JLAN1NG.
m mortKi»ff" between sums nt fl.ORO
circ*~lr and full partictllarB.
Weiriiehl Ru*
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A>v»fiuM, boat c o v « » m*A cut Utins, car15.000. Heilly. (juinn sc Paraotis, attorney
FORD FOR SALE.
HOUSE FOR RENT.
TO LET.
;inJ Curpct
UlenniiiK Co., Bill
Weirfield
to
puts a u d riuis ci.H^oa<l, SSSISM cd mid atorcrl
Davidson building. Bed Bank u
Ford aedan. 10110 model in Rood* condition
Hmwe to rent im South
street, i^ght
V'tiui't tM'ti r o o m biHisc o n vi
M»r c 4
enovat«^l assd ruade t o orikr
"_lrect,
Hrookly
11.
N.
Y.
rooms, all improvementa ; n«wly d«««irated
•(•vine-. L'Urt. v\fc\ r i c i t y . all
A. Hiiyter, Huhbard avenue, lllvcr'Plaza. Red
munivtFOR SALE.
M. i. Phosu. 121-W.
throuichout; lifira^e. C«ll at SI Branch ave...t»n1^: ifernK<>: f i v e n i i m i t i " i '
Hunk.
One hundred and fifty bushols corn,
S«Unfuction euarnui, Ued Uank.
TRUCK FOR SALE.
iti.m: ?l00.
I n m i i r . . i s 1,...-i
n<-. U.-A
tons bali'd hay and twenty acres of nlfalfi
Btrwtt. rice
APARTMENT FOR RENT.
t f o t i (ru.-fc f<ir f-a,r n( a s . i c r i - ' H a n k
I ' h o n e R*-'! H « » k flUT
John_I)olmi, Keyporl.H. » . 2.
P r e p a r e f o r b i l - i n c s s ' o r s e c , !.,rial , l u .
Five rooms ami bath, all improvements
>c - P - . . nt t h « S h r * w < t i t i r y H i - e - ; - t i c s ; I ' i l m a n m i d (Srcvrvr s h o r l b a i n ! ; - p i c i l
clo«ned Rt tho City P r y nieMtlnff an&J>T9-i
rent $30. Inquire 2S0 nritlffe avenue, Red
FOR R E N T .
AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE.
USED KORDS F O R
Hunk.
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lirji; s t a
fttvoet, IUw\ Hank. Ph*ns 10U-K,
jitney or ha.cl.iiu:: for »nle cheap.
Hioi
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' iv.-r at
er
torn
• l i v i . l u u l i n s t r u c t i o n ; »choul heuiiiH H.'pl. "iber
GOOD COOK WANTS
S POSITION..
t r o t , proprietor.
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Atlantic
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R.-nt
clo-.-'d
pan
delil-er
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KOOII
C«n fur n d
t!aM
houae
nth.
Kriiest L . Hfiin. v r i m - i p . i l .
Mnt ilvnt h
M » e ro«sna a n d bsitti w i t h s j l ftnproT-o- ,- s.iiiable.
Call K<-! Hank I l u l l , o r
1l
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1:!,',; ton ti
Kmimuel Court, West l'li'lit atreet, Rei
BUILIHNG MATERIAL
HELP WANTED.
nnditioii, -f
linnk.
Make tho«a rpfinira or builtl now, dotit B H R t s ; p r i j o 9A.&44, t l , % 0 0 d o w n atvd U ' m i s . 1 n . A. D a v i s , l-'air H a v e n . N . . ' .
Younif mull eighteen to twenty yearn ol
.!1::T,.
at
edan,
extra
\v*it until prtc«a ar» hiKbor.
PIIOIK R«0 [ *mo—>h
for porter work; must be Knod worker, A
BUICK FOUR FOR SALE.
od B a o k ^ P h o w i _ 4 » 7 - K .
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f i f r W i * R , n . , a i ion 1,-nlii
uth s»]-e,-i.
to \ V . Iv M o u n t . M o
Bunk TB1-E for EdmoadH & eNciuUi. at 64. j " " • * " " .
Will sell or ixchuiiKt-for ante one raised
ply 2H Ilrtiail atrcet, Red Hunk.
In Kooil etju.lition. .lurtt overliiiuled. Rea
t o ; p o t . Hi'il I l a n k .
McLaren itr»et.
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VISIT OUR FAIR.
• ! d'i'icove'i'y" of Airedul..'"l'i'ri'ie" al'i,.weri'n
deck, ten fuot cabin, cruis.'r. i:lsf. fe. t. l b
Kounble offer ci>n»i<lereil. 1'lione Midilletowt
" l3 *
FOR SALE.
NariMrfni: H r « ConH>anr. Kriday nn<l S a t - n a m e o f I.aiMie.
r i r a - e u o t i r y H. A. Ciu.p- |
BARGAIN
FOR
COMMUTER.
MONUMENTS.
77B-H.
h.
p. engine. Locateii at West -'Jilth stieet,
I have two houses at Uumaon, noar riv
l i r d a y , AtlKttat 1 (Ith a n d 1 1 t h . Kord tolirilltC \ e r . C o o p e r ' s S.T\ i.-c S t a t i o n , iii'ai K i v e i - i . i
nly
TIWOMM Man a on & Soni, A*»ljrw« «»*^ c < l r Utr , 6 ^ n , , , , , i , , r e .
Hcfore you buy phune 76-K-R1, Keanabui
r"ruit, v«BaUblo«. ilriv
Harlem river.
Demonstration by appointRed Hank 1PJ-R.
I'lion
SEVERAL POLICE DOGS FOR SALE.
Ued B n
I live
utes
buildtsr* o/ hiffh tfr«<1e monmnonU.
Offlc«
Cnleb I t T.uker. Helfortl. N. J .
easu,
soda,
fanny
articlaa,
toys,
etc.
Four iv.nnthil '>14. neilil!'. ce.l stock.
B.
ment.
AdilrcdS
Cruiser,
ihuivrr
M. Rt d
h . - i . t . l..it H.
and ysr^, Mo-iiwwnith tttft^ri nnd IV»tnn*o*v1
WIRELESS CrUTTIT. FOR SALJE.
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Schlafk'J. Kiilno ii'iuKiiml Nave^ink avenue,
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ROOMS WANTED.
,
Hank.
MAN WANTED.
.rvssloy
r«din dutjiu.
C o i u i d e ^ q lliic o f ! V'
Ituniaoli.
\
liKht fUtui,.-..
tier
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i vo or three eoim.'.-tinl; fui niiheil
Mall w n n t c d t o ( a l v i-nre o f tfr.iifn.ls a n d 'psirt*.
A p p a r a t u s e s tmtallatl
{-or i m i - o i M u , « i r « ; j "I
PIANO FOR SALE.
t be in a irood location.
Ad.lfes P
t o ir.ar.i- h i i n > e l r l i c m i a l l y
uaeful.
rreff-rprices o n application.,
C i l l i r l c r t M e y e r s , c*u>- ; >'..n n 1 1 ''-^..'.1111, ,. -- aa ,, ll i, S 2 . 0 0 I I .
W i i ! - . il a t
DRESSM'AKING.
V p r i e l i t niano f..V . a l e : will s i•11 for Sill) a b l v i n n n a b l e t o . h i v e n u t o r a o l i i l s .
eut, drawer M, Red Blink.
Tele- ,D
U. Mahoncy's
Bt*ire.
Port
H o n c n o o r t l i . I " m <• " " a . - c i i n t o f b i o - i i i e n s .
1'al,, t.-U p l o o o
Remodollmt.
UuiiaV .1. lloKi-rn, Oetite
if sold before Saturday.
Inquire of William p h o n e I t e d B a n k s J » - \ V , a f t e r 7 : 1 1 0 I ' . M . i J | . J p h o . i u 1 H 6 - K . K e a n a b u r K .
W
lo
l o rw r i t e .
.1. f . Coini.t,
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Klrect. Scnbriitht, N. .1. AKent r..r Nu-Lif
Fine
resilience,
kitchen,
pantry,
ilinintf
CHICKEN FARMS TOR SALE.
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Holder, W h i t e »tri—t and Railrm
Cnrnctj".
1 have chicken farms, with aArus out andEiitontown. N . J .
loom, living 1,11ml, tiuvvci loom, sew\iiK room
- « A T rr W I T H FurrwEaa."
i
i half to nine: prices
SS.OUO to 17 FioQ
PIANO FOR SALE.
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_ eovid (x, more. apfn~otir{«to a n d j
HOUSE FOR RENT.
Cnlebl... I.ukcr. Rrlfonl. N. J.
II- lir.l- nnil hull, four m a s t e r bedrooms inn! b a t h ,
. , .
n M h i a * s o w«l«4«n« IWI B 4 W s n ; a b*^u«i or <
Uprlnht Voac pinmi in perfrel cotiditiun
Attractive lioine. six rooins
cellar anil a t t i c : l o t IDUxlvr,.
I',.,. t , : m , i
1 bath; IL^_ .j
n
# » « « »f w v ,m? i • A
ick ' r o " i "
cheap to quick buyer.
3 1 Wallncc Htreet,
HOUSE FOR RENT.
cntnpleteli
fwrnialieil.
Slewart
Va.11Vli.it. SO<M wifi M*.-*lr o*rrr haor>ino«M w H h
111.
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E.l. H a j c s , Faif l i u v c n , N . J . I ' h i n o l l t d ,
Keu^_niink._
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A11 luofliirn iinprnvcnientw. 'reiephone Ued Sycamore avorille. Kin eWHbllry; N. J.
I'hnna
...t
, „ „ porch.--Slen
nk. " (Mii'
Hank l'JMi-\V'. or s-e Jacob Hecker, 1S* 7 tin 1-K. Ited Hank.
Ilank
10-iJ-W.
*I*EN ACRR FARM FOR SAI.F,
H y . l i i i r d w . , . , . 1 H o u r s , r.
BOAT BUILDERS A N D FINISHERS
Sliicwslnn y liveiiuf, Red Hank.
STRAW WANTKD
.•l«..an .
U . » v r u - r . . , . i . . I m i N . . . o n 1tmif.i ii,,:ti. ;i(l
.section': lot H t i U l ; c e o
w n n t e d o n s e n s k i l l ' : * l « fen- l l - h o u r week
HOUSE FOR SALE.
-1'lir
'i- f o u r ' t o n s s t r a w : n
kiniU i>f f r u i t , n fini- y o u n t r h o v . < . ' . M W n t . i l
Will
r l l will, naiall
«tra,ly work.
l l a u l l f l d ijont w o r k s , A t l a n t l
FORD FOR SALE.
Desirable cii^ht room hmiHc; newly painted , c h i d
t o , ( i i ; , l i t y i f y i r i c . . i s i-ii.'iit.
To
m i l t - f r n i n !-.•
ion
S.'|,t.-ml,,.,- o r O c t n l . .
A i i p l y
11 J
for HHle. In ifoud ruiinliiu con- and papored; KIIH, electric, hot and ,-uld waIn
n e w biiil'liiu;
Kent.,I
a t 110112 lion.
Tour •inir
• inul.-tiirii' a p p l e t r , . e s .
(II.I ( l i e i r i
ltvai
,11m
1 o i l » l . o n i t I l r a n c h , R . I-'. I I . 1 .
alrerl. K.il Hank. _ l ' h o
MI-,1.
• ti">. Applv Louis r c t e i s , Fnir- t e r . Karaite.
iiuiuire of owner nt 3H Arthur
ilii inn ;
HUPMOBILF. FOR SALE.
mi,
,1.f . H.-ii.lrick-i.n * S o n . Middl.
m o u t h s t . e e t . I t . ' , I H a n l i ; «],.•• o f e a c h
stole
HI
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pl,,c...
Iteil
Hank.
after
live
o'clock.
litFOR SALE.
HOUSES FOR RENT.
J.
1'h.in.- 7 H S - H .
Miilill.-l.'.Mi.
\U.-<\ HuiunciMlc si'i'nrl. io ««•»! cimdil
•J^\r,^. ' s t e a m l i . a t , all i m p r u v e i n , n t s; c e l l a r
A h a i x - a i n . b,'«il'itii( J e r s e y r o w . :' '... v c i ' t s
...on-,, i u i i u ' o i e m . - l i l , . . « . . ' , p
Apply \\ II. McKnluht. 31 Kast Front »l
MERCER
SIX DEMONSTRATOR,
MASON.
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MOTOR
FOR
SAt.E.
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li-rii..illi .nilire . tnre.
Apuly f o r IiartleuIte.l Hunk.
iMit:i-j- . • s i w . i i i i i K ; r u n 11,0 0 0 m i l
111' V
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-(M^nentinw
„ ITMWOI. WOCt | to calf.'
Hellim. 1 a u s e f a m i l y d o e s n o t
1 - H i . .' i n p e r m o u t h : s , .
Six c y l i n d e r l > 0 h. p . M e r c e d e n
l.-ir.s t . . . - ! > ! . 1 t e , H c u l e l U r o . n w i i e r , i . t l i c e I t
FlI'lIM ti't- il l i W I U - , * .
tf»,-.U:..
II
•Mil lit-icK.1, I diMve a t H iiHitler»t« v r i r o ; twt4tnirf«*
ebcur- llt-ed, t w o e n w » .
Cll IZENS BU1IJ)ING AND LOAN
I'll..no Ited H a n k U.", H V .
,»l.
s u i t a b l e f o r liii'h .-.pee.l p ! e a - l
rlli A m h o y ,
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N . .1. riinni' t v .
niolUlli'Uth s l l e e t ,
Itnl
limik.
hns m'<ncy to loan for the purchase of
i,,i|,i"v"iii'.iilnswly .I.-.-,
,,k
In.ul.
T'ni
II,ink. p h o n s I I I
IIURIAI. V A U L T S .
homes. Apply at The Second National bank.
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DENNIS & WHITING.
NATURAL AND PURE ICE.
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CAPITAL WANTED.
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SAVE YOUR 0 L D CARPETS.
Asbury Park Business College.
MOTOR BOAT FOR SALE.
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HOUSE FOR SALE.
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TWO STORES FOR RENT
SEWING ftJACHINES.
OFFICE ROOMS FOR RENT.
ATTENTION.
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RED BANK REfilSTMlL AUGUST 8, lft&i
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THE RED BANK
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1923.
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TOWN TALK.
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(Continued' frou pngo 4.)
Pri'siik'iit Harding:, whose death
the nation is now mourning;, was a
man with a wonderfully amiable and
kind disposition. His political foes
as well as his political friends are in
accord on tliis pi)int and all unipi in
luwni-iiiK him, nut alone to .-ihowTheir
ivspect for thu high position which
he hcUl, but also to express a genuine
ft'clint;' uf renicl. over the loos of such
aimlilic servant.
Our new President takes oHU-e unilt'i unusual t'omiitions ;uul ;tt ;* timi'
•WIH'II givnt political forces i'ntug;l)t
witli large eonseiiueiK'es are, stirring
the thoughts of the people. He states
tlihl lie will follow the same policies
as llU predecessor. No out' should
tiilte this sttftemiii't loo literally. It
sliouV' not be taken, to mean that he
will net precisely in the future as
President Harding has done in the
past.
President Harding himself
would not do that if lie'were alive.
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Every vice president who has been |
elevated to 1 lit* olliee of president has
announced upon as.iiiminc the higher
olliee that lie would follow the course
of his predecessor. None have been
able to do so except in small degree.
Conditions are constantly arising,
•which require a cluinne. of policies. !
Probably no stronger example of this
-was shown than during Theodore
Tljo.si've-lt's administration.
Koosc-j
veil announced that he would follow \
in the foot.-leps of President McKin- i
ley and he* fully intended to do so,!
."but the.'nation :it-J.hat time was un- | .
' d,'it;-,i:!m' a transition whirh made a
change uf policies not unly ilesirable
l«ut imperative.
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The Red Bank Business Men's Association
mourns deeply the passing of President
Warren Gamaliel Harding and bows in sorrow before the visitation of the Almighty.
NTn " t i e e x i e p ' .
"To do the light as Cod gives us
the light to see the right" is just
as muni a course- to follow teday as
il was in Abi-abam ' Lincoln's lime.
L'HH.III and all the.other great forceful i-hiu alters of history followed
this IOUI .-c. They were at timetf-.con-'
deinnvd fur such action !>ul time ,
vindicated fhem.
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Members and Money Wanted for tin?
Social Scjvice Oi-gaiii:'.ati;>n.
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They will soar over this vicinity bearing the big Shipley Sales News. Each Eagle will carry in its claw or beak an order for a pair of shoes, a dress and other artcles.
S H O O T
"EM" D O W N ! G R A B
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UBOVSKY'S is the Store That is Cleaning House
Competition WQ1 Cringe!
News!
Action
Every Second From Now O n !
I'll either sell or give this stock away
before Saturday night
Everybody get here any hour from now
until Saturday night. The crowds
won't lafc us close evenings.
The news is that I have orders to close
out every piece of merchandise in this
store berfore Saturday midnight.
WATCH!
$15,000J
to whoever comes
GET YOUR SHARE OF IT!
DROP YOUR DISHES WOMEN.
BRING HUBBY ALONG WITH YOU
LIBOVSKYS
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Shoes, Dry Goods,
Women's Dresses. Furnishings
»3 Straw Hat.
26C Men". Hou . . . .
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t'lnli l r v t i t ' j h t ' l i D i i l l i t a i ' « : - t o t " S>fi a d a y . |
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I'lKi-d i i . l i i f iliiti' fui' .11.ilnwifhip
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Startle Monmouth County. I will release from the
Ufl 1 i l U ItaUM I 7 I U m U R W U f f , dl I Lid r.Rl. sidewalk in front of tKis store SIX AMERICAN EAGLES
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jir i a : i n ' . , h a d b e e n
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a n da
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t h e state!
thai,
h a d been
anticipated
left
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b o n ' - . v i ' h il b i l l i i u e e w b i l l , w i l l p l ' i d i - t
a l . l v l c I . - H e c l e l l l i e x l y e a r III l o w
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TWO
ARCOLA HEATING SYSTEISrlS
ING THINGS!
lic-lpi'r. T i n will
loiitinu.-
IlNlSHl'l) VI'.AR WITH BALANCE.
G^nc* rJ.-ws for tlie Taxpuyers of
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We Handle the American Radiator Company's i
M H ' M I K ' V -
t . i i n I'T :!'i-. U c i , I ' a i ' . i ; i l i s ' . r i i ' . .
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Approved and Improved
Heating
Plumbing
Roofing
Water Systems
Copper Work
Earthen and Iron Pipe
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Vi- i r . . \ [--I 1 •:. ;•> '.!•..' S ' . u h i < - - T I . ' .
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HIGH GRADE SERVICE
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A n'(ivdina! >
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Corner Shrawibury Avanue and Nawmao Spwmg* Road,
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A MEMBERSHIP, CAMPAIGN.
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JOHN OAKES, JR.
Factory Eepresentative
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t h e :
sinall-miuded will blame Pie.-ident
Coolidgc when he strays, as he undoulitedly will, from the pathway
JiiiU'ked by President, Harding. He is |
President" and he must carve out, bis j
own record, nut follow like an autom- ;
in,>n in a ml made by someone el.^e. ,
The American people arc too wise and '
have too much common sense to condemn our new President; for ;my oriu- ,
in-ilitv h<> nriy show or for imy.a'c-'
tion he may take along now lines. i
WESTSIIME GARAGE.
It is requested by the Officers of this
Association that the places of business of
its Members be closed all day Friday, August 10th, 1023, as an act of respect for
our dead leader:
• To none hut, small minds is__en_n.s;!St- '
CMK'y p a r a T n o u i i t .
NONS BETTER itAOE.
FAN RBVOIV«1
UNDER. COMPRESSION
Throw. Off Oil—Kaip. Sparking Point* Clau.
Gnaramlaad. to 3—a Gaa—Flr« In Oily
Cjrliadara—Iaa»a»a Pop and Powar—Paralt
Ea»sr Slartint in any woatlwr—
91.00 for all aiMa, A.k yavr daalor or writ*
IIVVIIUL- h l l l l i ^ .
W*1!!1
,1-1111' '-' t l i i i i i h ,
'i'lny
lire
M.'iuy
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Vinli'l
D u i ' l K i ' S i 4lmiKllti.'f u f C . ' m r h ' - .
Hu'iit'i.
A i r . K i u a : i i i it I n o l l i i ' r u f
Klin
Din-rki'ti.
AfUT
l l i c CCHMIIIIIIV
I In- I'.I-MIIH'C > u f IlU 1 t w o i i u n i l i < i a n d
it m u i - l u r " f r i ' l u t l v c * l u u l f i n ' i i d ; . r i ;
jtivil !i ilinnui' imrty lit the home uf
tin- biilni.t' u I'll 11 il p« r*-.n t-M ^ Mr. ami
MM, Ilinry ICI.KIM. nf Ki':in«liin •?,
Nnw H\\of R««ort.
Tin* Jlni'Kiiii lnutiNiiili, li'l man;.
>.'ais'Mi>« iif lli« nhtnv iiUici'i i'f !)'•«!.
viiiUi >*•*« Jii'iMitly lukiin uvtt' by u
t-ammtthtv ol vlluvtiii »f ilml |>l»n'
with HI. iilun >if diiivwrUmr II into »
twit"", It rptJiittlftl to have
9t to \VlliuCA Bi t)4
Shrewsbury Ave.
It'* the biggest give away event ever
struck this vicinity.
87c
$3.75 Men'. Skirt.
$1.77
$S.O0 Silk Shirt. . .
$2.87
$1.00 Union Suit. .
57c
I3.7S llnadli|lil
Guaranlpad I'anlt $1.87
.7.00 M«n'i I'«l- $
•it D r . . . Oxford.
TO PHICfc
$2.50 Cliildran'a U m i M . . .Q"7 _
98.00 OrRandla Draa.as ItO 7 7
$6.00 Marl* and Ko(<r>
U r . . . 9 1 . . . . ffO 4 7 $B.UO Sill. Wni.t. fl»1 Q 7
• n d O . f o r d t . . * 0 ' ^ * $4.00 GaorxalU Silk
<tO Q7
W«l.l«, Sal* Prk«. . .
7Be L«di»' Ulooman
39c
2Rc Lar(a TawaU. . ,
$£»'•*!
"Vjf
|Q
$18.00 Ijidl..' Coali, all 9Q Q 7
$1357
lfUr f'BM* i" *'
I
Diniri
m
Mlddk. BleuMt
10. U41M* H d h h
16.00 B«ll»
~w
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JO Q7
67c
10 ANVQNE WHO DOKS NOT BUY OWING
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97.50 Dottad Swi»
wtral, 1*1..1. . .
9v»?I
912.80 Boys' SulU
<CC Q',
20e Glnfham Bal*.
1 1 **•
Woel. a pair Pant, f »•»»• #9.80 L«dl».' and Ml....'
HUa* to I I / • • " •
Fal.nt and f i 1 7 $1.00 La4W and Ml....' Af^
Whit* KM S r w . . * 1 * 1 1
MldHU., all c o l o r . . . . . t ' G
It.OO Wash Sulti
$8,00 W»»l S w » u r * , . ..«1 g7
FREE
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OJO ATT
92.00 Children'. Dr«,.»«« . . , Q"7 _
$3.50 Work
$2.00 Mliiu' »nd Q 7 * .
78c Hoy.' Blouiat ,
$20.00 Silk Dr...c
$1.00 Children'. Dre..»» . . . *>7 _
U, V, I). Union -Suit.. <M 1 7
$1.00
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0.00 M»«'s Skox and 25c Ladi.t' Li.la H o . .
Oxford..
No hollar
F5.00 Imported Gingham $1 OQ
vnlua., Good- <PO Q 7
D r . . . . . . all >iz«i
1.O3
v « , w . l t . . . «N>»i"
S2.O0 Hung.low D M M « I . . O 7 p
10c Men'i lUmtltortliicf• A
$2.O0 Man'. Shirl.
RED BANK
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97c
10c
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RED BANK RBGWTttt, AUGUST 8 , IS23.
Is a special policeman- tyithout pay, daughters of Roselle Park are
directed trsflte through that place ; ing J&ree weeks at Port Monmouth.
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'The
p i . - nBelford
l * « ~ . . i Methodists
X f . . « u ^ . . l ; « i ^ cleared
. . ! . , » . . . . . ] $10
t i n
Sunday. Becausei of the main road'
•hil> concrete pavement by a sale of hpjne-made cakes on the
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LEONARDO AND BRfvENT PARK beinjfeutoff
•--•-- laid
' - •'••|,ig
of beach at Port Monmouth .Saturday.
is toeing
g lo'lof
FIREMEN CLEAR $2,000.
automobiles
through Ocean
A tsnnis tournament to'ilecjije the
apd Mr. Hiai-k bad his hands ujianipionsship of Ocean N'iew' will be
Trolley Company Begim Work of View
full.
He
receives
.nothing
for
his
held
Sunday.at James HcPriee's.
Tearing Up Car Tracki—Big Time services;
Walter Supensky,'aged two yi*ai:-,
Planned at Ocean View (or Ljlbor
A "back to childhood" dance will son of Joseph Supen.sky of Leonardo,
Dmy-—Two Houses Sold.
be held tomorrow night in the Ocean died Monday of diphtheria.
In spite of the stormy weather last View community bouse by tho ladies'
John Lyman of Ocean View is imweek the annual fair of the Leonurdo ', auxiliary of the property owners' as- proving from sick'ness at the home of
and Brevent Park fire department sociation. A prize will be. given to his daughter at Jersey City.
was very successful, The profits will the couple who most resemble, babies.
Walter Edwards of Newark was a
be about f 2,000.' The gross receipts Mrs. Chiretopher Hang, the chairlady truest
and Sunday of G.
ran arourul $2,500 mid the expenses ] of the auxiliary, will be in charge of RicH'iirdSaturday
Hall of Leonardo.
were about $500. Several articles tho affair.
Mrs. Kdward Corbett of Ocean
were disposed of on the co-operative.
The annual fair of the Uelfonl fin- View is spending this week with relaplan. Alex Godeckiii won a ton of' company
tives
at Jersey City.
started
Monday
in
a
manuoal, this being the third straight time, ner that betoki'iiuil :i an ccssf ul reMrs. Norman Brown of'Y'uiki:r i*
that he hen received such un award ' sult. Saturday aii*i Sunday were tag
at the firemen's fuii-. Leslie Roop days for the fin-men and more than visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Despreaux of Naves.ink.
Telephone Red Bank 1455 Night Call 1076-J.
won a ten-dollar gold piece, Kaymond | $500 was collecu-il.
; Mrs. Sarah V. Clark of ISronklyiys
Mclaughlin a pearl ncckhu-c and MiSH •
Albert Northe-ntt o! Port Mon- spending a week with Mrs. 10. L. Sage
Hose Komelski an aluminum roaster.
mouth underwent an njn'ration for of Leonardo.
The drolley company has started tonsil trouble a t . the Lung Branch
Andrew Kelly has moved from New
to tear up its tracks in tin; township. hospital last wi;.>*k. The ujwral ion Monmouth
to 'Jaleb Luker'.s house at
The company is taking on any al if was successful and Mr. Northeott is I'.elford.
bodied man for this job and the woi. now at his home.
Mrs.
Jan<>
su.-ivn rl of Navi-sink is
him. given employment to many who
A home economic; c!u!» was ur^an- (•nteita.ining in . i\«-s I'l-'im Troy, NVw
;
were out of.jobs.
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ij.v d Monday at ,-t mr-cting at MIK.
'York.
Arrangements are under way forWard JefTers'a al Uelford: . Miss
Mrs.-Edna \\ 'liting of Hcli'nl i
the annual Labor Day events a t Uistiop, the coiuily Immi- economic.-i :-|jending two WI-CIL- at IJOSIOH.
Ocean View. Last year more than demonstrator, was in charge of the
3,000 persons watched the various meeting.
>»ot»»t»
m n > i HIMMMMimil
contests
There' will be running
Mr. and Mrs. L.jiii:- Jenson, who are
races, swimming races, high jumping- now
living
with
.Mrs.
Jen:en's
mother,
and other events. The committee in Mrs. Joseph Luker of l'ort Monmouth,
charge consists of 'George Bostoek, will move into their new house a t
Harry Palmer, Louis Veigel, Richard Port MonmouUi mxt week.
Lowendow.sky, James 11. -Mel'liee,
The Ocean -View properly owners'
Schroeder and Charles Schoelli association is ariangin^ to start u
< John
ner.
Town Beautiful" movement with Ihe
B. II. Nowell and Robert Caesar co-operation of the residents of that
have sold their houses at Ocean View place and Mardian.
lo New York.parties for $2,000 each, j o h n Walling, son of Curtis Walitnd Charles Schroeder has sold his ling of New Monmouth, has recovered
house at the same place and for the f r o m the injuries lie suffered three
same price to R. A. Burke of Ocean weeks ago when lie was run down by
View.
an automobile.
The three-day fair held by the Dances are held every Saturday
Port Monmouth fire company last nsht at the Ocean yiew community
week netted more than $1,000. Big house
. . the,
.
under
direction of the [
crowds were on hand each night. The property. owners'iiKso'ciation of that
booth at which fancy articles were place.
sold turned in $:>28.30. The things
The Atlantic and J'acific Riocery
disposed of on tho co-operative plan company has opened a .store in John
comprised a ton of coal won by James DeCosta's new building at Leonardo.
Burlew, a minstrel doll, won by H. R. Salvador Giglio is the manager.
Applegate, a ham won by George LuArchie Qu.ackenbush, who runs the
ker, a cereal set won by Mrs. Roy mail route from Atlantic Highlands
Drake, a chocolate set won by Miss to Navesink and Locust Point, has a
Anna Mae Langford, a bed spread n e w Ford touring car.
won by Frank Yuvnall, an electric. Fred Breitenbach has moved from
lamp won by Arthur Johnson, a rag Leonardo and he is occupying rooms
rug won by William Snow, a pillow over Herman Lnbrccque's store, at
won by Alfred Moore, scarfB won by Campbell's Junction.
Mrs. R. ' T. Nutt and Miss Anna
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Kennedy of
Pulsch, a syrup jar won by Mrs. Ed- Belford are spending part of this
ward Rmiyon, a nut set won by Hor-|w e e k a t the New Monterey hotel at
ace P. Smith, a yoke won by William' North Asbury Park.
Dennis and an Axminster rug won
George Hebard of. Brooklyn is
by Miss Nan Helwig.. .
spending a few weeks with his grandRev. and Mrs. A. H. Sutphun of mother, Mrs. Louise Lehman of Port
New Monmouth left today for an au- Monmouth.
tomobile vacation trip to Lake HoThe Laugh and Live club of Ocean
patcong, Ledgewood and Budd Lake. View will hold its third annual dance
Next Sunday morninK:a representa- tonight in the Ocean View community
tive of
' the
" anti-saloon
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league will clubhouse.
This means that you can provide your footwear needs for some time to
speak a t the New Monmouth church.
The third group of library .students
During the rest of August the Sun- arrived a t the Na vi'sink library this
come
at prices which are very unusual. Many desirable early Fall numbers are
day evening services of the church IW eek for
short course in library
will be in charge of the Christian! work.
included
in this sale.
Endeavor society.
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| Mrs. Alid Taylor of New MonThe Navesink fire company will mouth has received a divorce from
hold its annual fair on Friday and herformer husband, William R. TaySaturday of this week. The profits lor.
will be used to help buy a new fire
The railroad station at. Leonardo
truck. The Navesink tire company has been repainted.
was organized 37 years ago and is the
John L. Amhos is putting ;i new
oldest fire company in Middletown curbing around his property at Ocean
township. A Ford touring car will be View.
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MORE THAN A SHOE STORE
disposed of on the co-operative plan
George Sage of Leonardo has reat the fair.
turned frOnva vir-it at Jtye, New York.
James Jilack of Ocean View, who
Mrs. William Hnnlfln and her three
NEWS FROM MDDDLETOWW.
Our Store Witt Be Closed
All Day Friday.
Clearance off
Women's Sweaters
The sweater and skirt outfit with its refreshing possibilities where blouses are concerned is one of the
most convenient and attractive outfits. And, too,
gay sleeveless ones give many a one-piece frock a
pensable. Sweater selections here include very
smart jacquette, slip-on, sleeveless and coat styles
in new weaves and colorings.
Regular $3.50
Regular $4.95
Regular $5.95
Regular~$6.95
Sweaters
Sweaters
Sweaters
Sweaters
now $2.50
now $3.95
now $4.95
now $5.95
Unusual Value!
Smart Sport Skirts
Women's and Misses'
$
$ 4 . 9 5 ^ 7.95
Colored Wool CrepeS
Featuri*^ the
Oyster White
Modish Knife
Crepe
Pleating
Just One or Two
Models of a
Number
Joseph Goldstein Co.
Long Branch, N. J.
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WE HAVE-
only one standard of quality
in all our products.
SHREWSBURY DAIRY CO., Inc.
Buy your Butter and Eggs from the
Shrewsbury wagon
S i Further Price Redactions
on all broken lines and sijes
Not all sizes in each style; but you will find all sizes in the
various groups as a whole.
Special Bargains at 9 5 c , $1.95 and $2.95
WHITE SHOE CO.
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Glendale Park
MIDDLETOWN
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TOWNSHIP
' " Situated almost opposite the new Shrewsbury River Country Club, and having nearly a
mile frontage on the State Highway, this development is selling very rapidly. .
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During the past week we have sold 47 lots at Glendale Park, principally to Red Bank people. This record is due to the fact that the lots are only a short distance from the railroad
station, the ground is good, the price extremely reasonable and the terms so easy that even a
schdol boy can buy.
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Two years ago we sold lots at Port Monmouth for $175, and these same lots are now
reselling at $400. Excellent lots can be had at Glendale Park for $100, on such easy terms of
$10 down and $2 per month. These same lots will be worth at least double their present
•value one year from now.
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For your convenience we have cars standing outside our office every day during the week,
including Sundays, to take you on a free inspection trip of the property. You are under no
obligation to buy, and our salesmen will extend you every courtesy if you will favor us with
a call.
INC.
Broad Street and Linden Place.
Phone Red Bank 1599
W . A . HO3P3PBNO, B r o a d S t r e e t , R e d B a n k .
RED BANK, N. J.
Phone Red Banfc 39?
RED BANK REGISTER, AUGUST 8, 1923.
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BIG* FEET OR BIG HEARTS?
Whichever U the Ca»e Eatontown
Methodists Cleared $35.
I^ist Thursday ni(;ht at tht; Eatontown Methodist church there was a
Rork'Uiul stocking >6ciuMe at which
\he charge was niatk' in c**nts in three
times .the size ui tin- sock or stocking
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Porch
Automobile Insurance
(ALL,
Encloture*
LLOYD FRANCIS
General Contractor
arid Builder ,.
F'OFMVIS)
SECOND ANNUAL PICNIC
of
67 Broad Street
THURSDAY, AUGUST 9th, 1921
Red Bank, N. J.
GAMES
. Telephone 474
and Skirts
AT
LESS THAN ACTUAL COST
The ^Pearl
The Home Beautiful!
Our August Sale brings to you the Opportunity of
Furnishing the Home at Great Reductions
from Prices that are already Low
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Do not confuse this sale -with ordinary furniture sales, for price alone is not
the paramount issue. Price alone means very little, but merchandise suchas
ours—the finest in America—is a real investment.
Comparison will prove that the regular price was a low one and the August
Sale Discount really means something—that is why we say
Compare Quality as Well as Price and You Will Buy Here
Several very distinguished looking
Our entire stock of rugs is included
bedroom suites are in this August, Sale. in our August Sale. This means splenAn usually attractive $250 four-piece did savings. For example—$8o Wil(
suite in Queen Anne Design "in two ton Velvet Rugs, size 9x12, $£'7-50
to.
^169
.75
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Day beds, both (U-c-orativc and useful, can bo purchased to advantage
during our August Sale, a particularly
tfood one in mahogany beautifully upholstered, hcinu; reduced
$Q/1.75
to
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have been reduced to
he most luxurious overstulVed suites
you could possibly imagine, see, for
example, the
the wonderful
wonderful three-piece
suite we're
we re showing in two
two $ 1 A "7.50
tone velour, reduced to...
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Tin always popular uatrk ^ tabli' is
even mori* popular in our August Sale
hccau.'-'i' of the saving. Sec the beautiful $;'.7.f)() ones in walnut
Ever popular, Windsor rockers are
.
much in demand Cor decorative use in w e a r e o d ' e r i n ^ ;\[
the home and we are showing a parnoil}-' the living room tables in the
ticularly good model in genuine wal- sale is a wonderful $:',(» tnhlc in walnut
nut at the special sale price $11I A-75
inlaid hurl panels, ltalwith b
J
of
$1Q.75
ian Henaissaiu' di'sitai.
IJedueed to
Dining .suites are here in the mos
Your charge account is welcomed
delightful of the new designs, a par•it
this store. We particularly urge
ticularly good one being a |0-]>iec<
you to make use of it. It means that
Hiiite in two tone walnut, patterned afyou can enjoy the beauties of your
ter the famous Tudor period design,
home and pay for it on eaty weekly
regularly $:!5() reduced for $ 1 QQ.00
or monthly payments.
our AugiiHt Hale to
lZrV
Carfare Refunded to All Purchasers.'
Albert Leon & Son
93-95 Smith St., Corner King St.
F>ertH Amboy
Tel.
227 Broadway, Long Branch, N. J. 1367
Money Loaned on Personal Property.
Bargains in Unredeerned Pledges.
Fishing Tackle, Musical Instruments, Watches,
Jewelry, Silverware and Firearms.
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NOW, a THEHKl'ORK" l il| ll "puni'uiim : .' of a
tKimtltun ianuml by t h e nulil Court to m"
directed ant) delfvured, 1 tin hereby cite r.H
p*raonu cliiiininu iiunillKe» for any lodi, l!(B*rui'tion, dmnuife or injury ui-cnaiunei] hy
«*id eolliuion, to file their renpective i'lulni»
Mrtth tho Clurk uf the United S u l e a niotrfct
CttUrt. Trenton. New Jor>u'y, un or heforw the
11th dny of Selite'iiilu'r, ltl^a, «ud nlmj to nii•wer Mnid petition und iihel on or before SepUmher lath, 1!!2», und to ninke due proof I'f
tAeir rewpei-tive ehiima before the Ilrliled,
S4ateH Dimrict Ctmrt for the DiHlriet uf New
Jarney .lurinK the September Term, 1HS3. ut
a time to be llxed by the Court; BtherwISR
tM*y will" be ilefnulteil uiul debHiTed from
Dnrtieipution in thin nuit.
J. H. MUI.HERON,
District,of New Jpraivsr»Btcd.« Trento.ii, N. J., July 26. t'J'j;!.
It pnys to advertise in The Registor.
New Jersey
ENGLISHTOWN NEWS.
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Rev. W. T. Hawthorne Reiigm ai
1 Pa»tor of Prqcbyterian Church.
] Rev. W. T. IJawthorne, who has
been pastor of the Presbyterian
"church for the past three years, has
resigned. Mr. Hawthorne has been'.
, called to the First Presbyterian
; church of Edge water.
j
Miss Marie Roe, who has been vis- j
itinc; Miss Sylvia Polhemus, returned
to her home at Jamesburg on Thurs; day.
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jane Keck of New York is visiting
her grandmother, Mrs. C. Marcellus.
Ml', and .Mis. S. H. Mount and
daughters Thelmu nnd Berwyl and
MU.-S Lucy Perrine, who have been at
Munusquan Beach for two weeks, returned home on Saturday.
The girl scouts went for a ten-mile
hike last week. They ate their din- ,
ner in the woods near Gordon's corner. Those in the party were Miss
Tham Conover, scout leader; Florence Lewis, Walteretta Davis, Pauline :
HuUe, Maiion I'ress and Ella Vunderhoet.
Mr. and .Mrs. F . C. Borden of ,
Hia.iiey Kcuch visited Miss Katharine |
Ilolimun on Sunday.
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Mi.ss (Jemgi.inna Wagner and Miss I
.Million 1're.-..- are spending two weeks I
at a camp at Summit Lake, near Hear j
.Mountain, W\v Yolk.
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Miss Anna i'.uitt is visiting rela- !
lives at Huston, Pennsylvania.
j
Garrett I'ninr.er of'Noi'tli Ilanys-!
ton, IVmisyh ;uuu, is visiting his 1
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Garreit i
ii. Conuver..
j
.It'lnn-mi .\i>i.]ri;.'t and family have |
, m<i\ eil t o ll.iui
Brnok, where they j
ANNOUNCEMENT
Out of Love and Reverence to the Memory of Our
Departed President
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WARREN G. HARDING
OUR
STORES WILL BE CLOSED
ALL DAY
Friday, August 10th, 1923
This will give our employees an opportunity to
comply with the recommendation of President Coolidge
that:—
"The people of the nation on that day assemble
in their respective places of Divine Worship, there
to bow down in submission to the will of Almighty
God,"
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Red Bank, N. J.
5 Broad Street
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DANCING
SUCCESSORS TO SCHMUCKLER & CO.
MARLBORO NEWS.
Party of Marlboro Folki on Camping
Trip in Adironflacki. '
Herbert W. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs.
A. C. Delclisur and children and Miss
Dorothy Ely left Monday by automobile for Mr. .Meyer's camp on Blue
Mountain Lake in, the. Adirondacks.
They will visit Albany, Saratoga and
Lake (ieorge en route and expect to
j return to Marlboro in two weeks^
•Mrs. Norton Inge and Mrs. A. L.
Suydam of Long.Island are guests of
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Griffin.
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Mrs. Henry I. Schanck is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. G, D. VanAken of Inwood, Long Island.
Miss Avis Swan of Brooklyn spent
the week-end with Mr, and Mrs. A. C.
Delclisur.
Percy Hayward and son of Newark
were week-end ,vit;itors with Mrs. S. !
I. Hayward.
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Miss Sue King is spending a week i
at Manasquan Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lane of Trenton spent Sunday with Misses Eliza- j
beth and Catherine Hayward.
j
Helen Diggins has returned to '
Orange, New York, after spending !
| several weeks with her grandparents,;
j Mr. and Mrs. Jumes Diggins.
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; Miss Gertrude Brown is visiting •
t friends a t Allentown.
j . Miss Margaret Courtright of New
! York is spending her vacation with ;
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Courtright.
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Mr. and Mrs. 11. P. Hayward and j
j Mrs. Winfield Stryker spent Thursday i
j at Long Branch.
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; Miss Elizabeth Hayward is visiting
! friends a t South Amboy and Old
i Bridge.
:
j Miss Elinor Tilton, a nurse i n .
; Perth Amboy hospital, is visiting Mr.
I and Mrs. Minor Brown.
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I Miss Eleanor Bradford of Red
•Bank is visiting Mrs. Kathryn McCue. '
! C.Ji' Courtright returned Monday
from the Christian Endeavor conven- i
tion, which was held at Des Moines,
Iowa. Mr. Courtright took u side
j-trip to Yellowstone Park.
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Sport Hats, Sweaters
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SUPPER
Broadway Loan Co., .nc.
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Atbury Park Farm Sold.
Allen R. Iltu'th. an' Anbury Park
real' estate man. has bought.. the
(ire^n Grove farm near Asbury Park.
The farm contain* ' - acres and the
house on it has nine rooms and modern improvements. There is a twocar garage on the place. Mi". Hueth
will use the farm to experiment with
farm crops.,
,
ust
Clearance!
I
—
Music by Snyder'a Orchestra.
people a t the soiiiible are not possessed of big feel but of big hearts
and that in their di'sire to help the
church they paid ;» whole lot more
than-.the rate char^t'.l. The sociable
was conducted i.y tju' ladies' aid society of the church.
I
St. John's Church, Marlboro, N. J.
will be held
JrH. Gregory & Son
f AY t:o,N''l,IWS ;
TO WHO
IT
Atiu-iicu, Uiatrici «f
Unitiil .Siut'ta
Jomey. S » ; — '
WHBHEsa; n I Hi,.I ii.i.l in lit I.a, «
la th,. llHtrici I ' . i u i u( II,,. Unitcil
/or ' the niatvict of New ,l.-vr,fy
<l»y of March, t o a s , l>y McreliHiitt* SU'KmVKJIII. Company. o\vm>r nf ilu' StcillnYioiit "K.r.»
U^rd," her enixii>f«. luiilci-M, t-te., fin- limitnti.ni uf i t . linliilily fur nil In. a. il.i,i,u.liiMi.
iJiLm&Ke ur injury etiurted by a I'lilliuion bt1twfen BRIA Vi'Hui'l utu( it lulirttft' nuilnrbii'tt
at the entrance tu the Hhiewnbuty Itivor o i
June 10th, I9'il : uml
WHBUEAS, si'i,I i).-litn.ii.T und Illii'llnpt
h«^ Kivrn n Htipuliitiiin to iihidt-1 l,y mill .p.,y
ttta money,* uwurilcd. hy the llnul ilfcrfrwiuierrd hy the Diwti'ii-t Court «r hy th'-Appetfate Court, if uny Huptut inturvem*, to
the nmoutit'Vf *r*'ii 'I'h-Miriimil mid HlxtyXlKht Dullard unit Two Centa IS IO.Oti8.O2l
ASil intert'Mt, the npumiHt'il villue of aafd
1
\ h a v e 1MIU).I:.II aI h.'W hollH 1 .
.».:^i^
Special Sale!
I will hold a Special Sale in all my
departments on
Saturday, August 11th, and
Monday, August 13th
tv! lio^«'rs h a s retuvned
h o m e ill i . ,•
i. II.ling two weeks with
', .Mrs. T h a i I c . Uyno of Trnneiit.
|
1
M , - . . l i a r , .1 liuiyeu null children
,Mi
wit
.1,
. ^;ifiiding the .summer i
West on 'I'l'iinent nvc-
nue
M i - A n n Kami of Fort
Valley,
e u r w a , i-1 \ i n i i i j f
Mis*
Katlu'iinc
MrU,
a n ni I'arjin.
Mhw lJninl
W i l l -. J i > • t • I tin- r e s t fit* I h i ' s u m m e r
With
ill'!' p a n n i i » t t h e i r . s u m m e r
IllillH
Mii'iv V. C o n o v e r is a t hei
i 1TIMIIH in. u v e i u i e .
•la l l a \ V t h o l l i e and Mi^n
. M i - KIT
ii..\ti a r e t h e
Adrian!.' (
.Mi:I I . U- V,,.,iiiei'H of C
Ml
IUIIIII
<)>
lil
w i t h hi
l
i"* rm]il(jy.*l at
inr^ h i s vacation
H
•HIMr and .Mm. II. 11,
on
i. n i •
lai t.
'I hi' tin •in, n of this place took part
n Ih,- IMI;U|.' ui Uoug Unuich S a t u i lay alti'i'iiiinii.
'1'hcy m a d e u line
ImwiiiK". hiiviin; e i g h t e e n m e n in lirnj,
uml they li-d ih, p a r n d e . All t h e men
vvorr hlii,- pair , white s h i r t s , liluck
neckiii'-i, while 1,'lt hilts imcl bind'
shoes.
A laiiri bliiek ribbon » » '
ilrapi'il in fninl uf t h e n e w Mack
truck o u t nf rr .peel f o r I'reaidenl
ScrKi'iuil William itnuK «"<1 f«wll>
iif l.lltle Silver a n d S c r g c i i n t Join
i'inritlkl mid family of E u t o n t o w i
hwvv niuvrii into t h o double bou^e oi
the c o r n e r of Aicnnln uveniio nm:
Trinity i> 1 JI<«>.
H.ilh m e n a n 1 ntn
tinned ut 1'nniii Vail.
Mi»» l-;|..ir llul « nuit M U H MHV]
l.cvHlli'y <•( Ki',1 Hunk xpent Hunila;
with Mr, ivinl Mi«. Kdward Ciimintm
Stcrllinf Durtii'll, w h " hint t»«>«>n
KpeliiliHK t h e <nimmer on I.OIIK Uliinil
hun r e t u r n i d hmiip.
A (lie IIf u n k n o w n orl«ln rulm-i
thn Interior of Jiu ob Dlcknon'i hous
on Main mri'i't ><«r|y Krlda" mornlnir
Th» nro cumpitny did good work am
kopl the ftr« front «pr#«dln|f, Th
•mount of th* rt»miHf« I* '
; 113,000. "
Now folks, take advantage of this
Special Sale and get your shareof
the bargains at prices never before
heard of. Space will not permit me
to mention all of the articles I will
offer on the above named dates. So
pay me a visit and see for yourself.
I know that I can save you money
in all my departments as I have
the finest department store in the
State ofNew Jersey.
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REGISTER. AUGUST 8, 1923.
Seventeen
«idy drug" itire and hi* mother, Mrs.' »i-rive Sunday. JT1iir'. and
the Kmner building, Friday im,rninx
Card of Thank*. rBMONAL.
LarrTion,
Larrlton, have ret
returned' from
"
a i sille
" *nent most'of
™"
their time abrmiri at eleven, o'clock.
The ^r-lcr <>f
The Ladies' Aid goci'ety of the
lira. William'E. Bralsted of Maple G.
trip
to
Maasachusetts.
_
at Mr. ReUEsille'es birthplace in Bi rvice will follow that uxi •! at the Tintoh Falls M. E. ' clnirth wish, to
inue <•*• called to Alba, PennsylHelen Tuthill
Tuthill o
memorial service of Prrs'lirit Mi - thank everyone who* contributed in
Miss Helen
of Hudson ave- | Switzerland...
lia, latt week by the death of- her nueMiss
is'employed
in
the
office
of
Dr.
I
Mrs. Harold Fuine ha« returned ti Kinley, September. 19th, 1:">I.
any way their services helping to
her.
B.
H.
Garrison
on
Monmouth
street'
Fort
Dodge,
Iowa,
after
having
spent
The children at the WriKh'- riiniini;; make the recent harvest home such a
Mra. laabella Sudan of Westside for the rest of the Bummer.
;
three
months
with
Mrs.
Joseph
Bensuccess.
ial
summer
home
at
OccKiijimt
.will
»nue h a i been visiting: her brother,
Mr, and Mrs. Otto Paradzick und1 nett of River street,
attend the First Methodist ihurrb on
Signed,
omas E m n o n i of Manasquan. Mr. children
of Palmer, Massachusetts,
Mr. und IIis. Carroll and their Sunday morning, September J.i,
Thu Ladies' Aid Society.
imoni celebrated his 76th birth- have returned
home
from'u
visit
with
daughter
are
Bpending
a
w«-ek
with
—Advertisement^
y Sunday with a family gathering. Mrs, Maurice Whalen of White road. Mr. und Mrs.«William Valleau of
Card of Thank..
Miss Anna Kaney of Mechanic
Card of Thanks.
Harvey Lambertson of Hazlet is Monmouth street.
We wish to thank our many friends
oet, •who recently gave up tier poni- Bpunding
u week with his aunt,t, Mrs.;
Alma How ell pf Oakland B n d neighbors for their ki ml expres-1 I take this means of expressing my
n with t h e International paper p g
appreciation to Ited Bunk Lodge, No.
iting for
i our HI.
treet has returned after visiting:
for j s i o n s o f . s y m p u t h y in
tnpauy of New York, .where she hud Churlea Dowen of Bridge avenue.
Z''W, ,B. P. O. K., fur the kindness
Misa Surah Portner of fepnng several weeks with her uncles, Wal-j I n e n t c a u s e , i h y the death
«n employed since her uxuduulion
shown to my daughter Ruth a t their
t
n
or
im the Bed Bank high .school throe s V^ t ?., w h ". i ? c n lP 1 ° y i : d >>1 **?$!?.
^..?3L l l *l
x,°f..^P.
^ m K l A I t H "' l«ved sonand brother.
crippled
kiddies' outing a t Uel^ede'ru
of
Reilly,
Quinn
&
Parsons,
is
having
Baldwin
of
New
York.
iru utfo, will leave this week with
. I thank the high school mates th. liear- Ueach park
OH August Hlh. She aim
i Mrs. It. E. L. Morfield and "* r ers,,thoH« who sent flornl t r
mother, Mrs. EHB Kunuy, fur a u two weeks' vacation.
wishes
to
thank tin m.
ainl
Samuel J. Picot of Branch avenue daughter Willa of South street have thosi
at Haines Falls, New York. :
h
h offered
f f d cars.
who
Sirs, Bertha WulliriKhas
been
laid
up
with
blood
poisoning
returned
from
a
month's
stay
in
r. and Mra. Harry Norman and
R. C. Paianclee,
-Advertisement.
Georgia,
Robert of Long Brunch' wore
one arm.
'
Mrs.
Annie
I'arrr
of
William A. Truex of Broad street
Mr. and Mrs. Frank E P
et
IN
M r i M O R l A M .
ests of Mr. und Mrs. David MutEdgar C. Panne
Mr. and
'E.yestcrduy
Price
placeMrs.
left Frank
by auto
underwent, an operation for kidney
n l o - . i n ^ T u . ' i n i ' r y i 1' u u i - w i f « - u n i t
mn'lni
ws of Linden place a t the Am#ri- Peters
—A d v ert is«>hm ent.
AN K J N I O U S (JlliSON A N D IAMII.Y.
for
u
trip
to
the
Pocono
mountains,
trouble
a
t
the
I-ong
Branch
hospital
i legion block dance lust Wednes•
.
• l ' , i r l M<
i.iull,. N . •
Miss
Aclisu
Ely
of
Shrewsbury
aveSunday.
His
condition
WHS
very
ei-ri...._
„
Ely
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,
_
.
.
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.
.
.
.
/ night.
' .
Card of Thank*.
RESOLUTION.
k with
i h hher.ous Monday uud yesterday, but In I5y this means we expre.-- i
Miss Florence Smith of Herbert nuo is s|iending two weeks
M I I I I K I I K A S . l l » a . i>l*-i»«.» •! A l i r i t - h l y
•eet, who has been employed at the uncle, Dr. Thomas Ely of Pliiladel- , was better this morning.
l i ; r, inn 11 fr m i . n i l - m i i l " t H i s K x l l
cere thanks for the acts of K
raus Company dry goods store sevand expressions of sympathy - hown - I'riit.-I S'./it .
Horace Patterson, son of H. J. PatCKurch News.
1 years, has given up her position
to us during our bereavement.
in: IT I:KMJI,VKI>.
take charge of the West Front terson of Washington street, has re- There has been a change
I' . u n . . ] ! i : ft t , , I I .
the I by th- death of our beloved i:i
II.I- iMIli
eet office of the Red Bunk steam covered from bronchitis.
program for the August services in Lucille Kennedy.
Donald Oakley, son of E. Irving the Methodist cluireh since the last ise works.
Mr. .and Mrs. P . H. K.TI
Miss Amy Olson of Spring street, Oakley of Chestnut street, is sick witk sue of their church paper was sent. —Advertisement.
rough clerk of Red Bank, has re-pleurisy.
out. . Rev. J. W. Tower of Colt's
med her official duties ufter u two Charles H. Throckmor^on ot hast Neck, who was scheduled to .preach
Card of Thank..
:cka' vacation spent with relatives Front street, cashier of the becond •n e x t Sunday, will oc.-upy the pulpit ' The Ladies'' Aid Soci.-tv ,,f tl,.New York and Connecticut. Miss national hank, who hub been very Sunday, Augun^Ttfth. Rev. Normnn M. K. church of Tintbn r'.-.lN v.i~h
ma'OlMn of Spring street spent sick, is improving.
Sargent, who was'scheduled to pre
preach to thank the Red Bank K, K. K. for
it week with her cousin, Mrs. Hurry
Mra. Warren. Smock and her O n the 20th, will occuny
occupy the
the nulnit
pulpit the
the m.n«r<,u
generouss donation
donation to
to tli-th, harvest
3won of Hazlet.
daughter Jeanette of Broad streut^ru Sunday, August 10'fb.
•'i. The preaching home fund.
Miss Edna Rogers of Hudson a've- at Santa Cruz Inn at UaineB Falls,' n e x t Sumluy will be lihy Rev. Raymoricl
Signed,
le, who is employed in the ollice of New York.
D. Adams.
Mrs. W. Wilkius,
New York Herald, hua returned to
A memorial ._
for
Eva Lucus of Locust avenue
_ President
,_ —-Advertisement.
ark after a two- weeks' vacation 'busMiss
home after having spent Uarding will he held Friday night at
ent at home. Her sister Emma is fourreturned
Card at Thanks.
months with relatives a t Wil- eight o'clock at St. Thomas's ehnpel.
a vacation of two weeks.
Mrs. A. Kneute wishes
liamsburg,
Virginia.
uncle, J. V. I Hey. C. H. Hockey of Newark will
Louise Simpson of Hudson. Morris, returned WithHer
the
doctor
and nurses
her for a visit conduct next Sunday morning's servenue has returned from.a visit with of* two
' ' weeks.
• •-- •
' ice at the Baptist church. No service Branch hospital for the gnu
:r sister, Mra. Herrold D. Thropp of
Miss Caroline Warden of Washing- will be held Sunday night.
nnd tender care received !>y
orrisville, Pennsylvania.
ton .street iB employed a t Storck's
A memorial service for Warren (i\ ing her confinement and sick
P.etor Poppinga and family have piano store.
Mrs. A. Kneuto ain
Harding will be, held by the Chris-j
oved from Waverly place to their
Mra. Ernest Oldenbush and chil-1 tian Science society a t their rooms in —Advertisement.
sw bungalow tin William street.
dren of Freepiort, Long Island, are I
Mrs. Frank Hesketh of Linden
~"rs.
Oldenbush's father,!
ace has a new Ford coupe.
W. Kennedy of Harding I
Miss Alice Trubin of East Orange road.• * •
'
:
j
is been visiting her aunt, Miss JenMiss Catherine RioTdan of Long
e Trubin of Peters place.
Branch, cashier a t J5alz & Co.'s store!
Miss_ Florence Finkelstein of Elmon Broud street, 'lias been, enjoying I |
ace is spending two weeks at Long a week's vacation.
'
each, Long Island.
George B. Moxley o f Fair Haven, i <
Misses Teresa and Edith Ilerold of advance
agent for "The Clinging!! |
ake avenue have been vacationing Vine" musical
comedy company, left (
Annlomick, Pennsylvaniu.
this
morning
Chicago, where the j
Mrs.
Benjamin Kubenstein of show will runfor
seven
weeks.
j
od Bank, who is employed a t GoldFrank Merritt of Spring street is .:rg'a store, is having a week's vucaenjoying a two weeks' vacation from I
on.
his position with the Westinghouse (
Post cards have been received by electric company a t New York.
!
ed Bank friends of Miss Helen MeeMiss Hazel Dennis of West Front:
an, formerly of this place, who is in street has s been visiting relatives a t j
aris observing ballroom dancing Brooklyn.
j
;epa. She is a dancing instructress Mra. Frank Conklin and her daugh- '
the Roseland dancing paluce at ter Catherine of Oakland street have ;
ew York.
returned from a month's stay with
John Mount of Holmdel, who hasMrs. Conklin's daughter, Mrs. R. Lee J
een engaged in the real estate busi- McFadden of McKeesport, Pennsyl-,
ess in Red Bank,
ia now in charge vania. They were accompanied o n :
f the farjners 1 -exchange loading sta- their return trip by Mrs. McFaiTdin ,
on a t Bradevelt.
antl he^ two children, who will re-j
Mias Laura Barrett of Maple ave- main here for a visit.
|
|ue is enjoying a vacation of two
Mrs. J. M. Thompson of Buffalo,!
eeks from her position with the New York, is visiting her son, Arthur j
me'rican steel wire company of New Thompson of Mechanic street.
Main Office
<
Factory
ork. She is on u trip to Canada.
OriffTn of Maple avenue is j
Mrs. .Thaddeu's Walling un*l her at William
i
24 West Front Street
76-78 White Street
ughter Helen of Brooklyn are vis- Atlantic City.
Miss Frances Slawter of Phillips-'
ing Mrs. Walling's sister, Mrs.
huru;
has
returnu(i
home
after
a
visit
hurles Preston of Prospuot avenue.
Telephone 734
Telephone 1045
Mrs. John Warden uf Wifshinirton with Miss: Marion Many of Harding
;reet""has returned home from the road.
pring Lake hospital, where she un- Mr. and Mrs. Leon de la Reussille of Broad street, whu have been
Long Branch - Sea Bright - Atlantic Highlands - Perth Amboy
erwent an operation.
spending tftH'e montlis in SwitzerRobert Evans of Wallace street is land and in other parts nf Kumpe,
|mployed at the Individual laundry sailed Monday for home on the Len Wiitu street.
viuthan. The boat is scheduled to
Mrs. Robert Hackett uf, Chestnut
trect is home frum the I.UIIK iSrum-li
ospital. She is recovering from an
peration.
I'tfe Wliite and Robert, l>o]u>vun
f Red liank joineil the North
hrewsbtiry ice boat antl yacht d u b
I'huvsday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph flrovi-r of
.liiulen , place were recent Kiifsts of
iheir son, Clharles (Iruver of Atlantic
ighlands, formerly of Red !'.ai:k.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank ('. Stmck uf
ittle Silver have returned l'l-mn a
it.it to relatives a t l.uek Haven,
Pennsylvania.
'
j
Miss Edith Yetmnn of West Front)
Itreet has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. i
Joseph Hickey of Philadelphia, J'i>vrurly of Red Bank.
Floyd Brady has given up his ]vilitinn in Fred H. VanDorn's automo|>ile service station on l,indi.'ii place
pud I.eroy Stout lias taken his place.
Clarence Johnston of Peters place
pas gone to New York .male, where j
Jie will spend several weeks for the
|ieneftt of his health.
'" .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Noble returned last week to Detroit, Mich!Van, after having spent several days
vith relatives and friends at Red
3ank and vicinity. Mr. Noble was a
former resident here and Mrs. Noblo
was formerly Miss Nellie Willetl,
Milk Fed 4 to 6 lbs
llnughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Jasper
Villctt of Wallace street.
Miss Emily Stryker, daughter of
andolph Stryker of Harding road,
vas lilid up two weeks with tonsillitis
put she ia now out again.
Mrs. Winiicld Ivins of Westtdde
[jvenue has returned home after
naking a visit with Mrs. DeWitt Wi-j
nants of Linden. Misa Norma Ivins, I
accompanied Vier niolher tu Lin-|
den, ia upending a couple of weeks i
nore there,
{
Miss Ruth Mnttlifws and Miss
iatherine O'Koefe, who are Htudent
nurses at the Spring Lake hospital,
are spending n two wei-kn' varation
vith relatives in town.
Mr. and Mrs. William II. Francis'
and sou und daughter, Koi>cr and j
•Joimn, of Newman Springs avenue,;
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Clayton «f
IShiewSbury avmuin nnd Harry Put-'
|t(!i'Kini <if Maple nvi'ime HIT enjoying
wi'Cli'u vacation lit llennmiville,
For Cleaning and Dyeing Satisfaction
8 I-IOUJR BfATTERY CHARGING
Saves Time 'and Money
W<> recharge your run-dmVFl h a t t e r y
pcrfertly in K Hiiurs With <iur constant
Potential Charging System.
S;iv»a
.">'!<• on rentyl b a t t e r y ex|M>n)*«'. K*ei.mmendeil by all t h e leading b p ( - .
ti ry m a n u f a c t u r e r s .
T r y thin ni-v.,
^
better
battery
charging
serAid*. • ~ " V'III'II like it. Satisfaction jfuiii-ahti-..,l.
.
' '
WELLS SERVICE STATION
l!ed Haji'ils J>euding. l-'ervicc .Station
Maple Ave. and Monmouth Slr«et
Red Bdnk, N. J
Lots For Sale!
On Branch Avenue
50 x 200 Feet
Gas, Electricity and Water
This isone of the last opportunities to get
a fine home site close to Red.Bank.
Only Seven Of These Lots Are Left
INQUIRE OF—
FRANK PITTENGER
•* 149 Hudson Avenue
Red Bank, N. J.
PHONE 763
;
Send it to a Master
Red Bank Steam Dye Works
MAX LEON, Proprietor
IT'S YKE BEST ONLY-IF BOUGHT SN WAGNER'S
BEST QUALITY
LOWEST PRICES
CLEAREST MARKETS
Spring Lamb
Fancy Roasting
LegofLamblbMc
Pot Roast Ib 18c Chickens Ib 25c
Boneless, Lean
All Meat
Try a Dozen of Wagner's
•Jew York.
Christie Ileiilliiiiiglim nf Iliistol,
| l V n n * y l v n t i i n , WHM a rceent >:ui'it of
Mr. a n d M r s . W a l t e r 11. M e i i i t t of' |
I S p r i n g Hticet.
Mr. a n d Mr... W a l t e r Aumii.-k of
Illiiyonmi were Sumlity Kiiru.s of Mr*.
| M i i i i ; i i r i t Aiimnfk nf S p r i n r rl i <'«'t. ;
D o r e t t c Knippor a n d (lenrtfe K nip ''
'Or of Itcrl(»biie Vnlley. IMMI l.al,<'|
lopntriinir, a r e vluitlnir t l n i r iiml.lipr,
|Mi-», Diirette Knippei' of \\V I I- rctiL •
Tint,
;
C h a r l e s llolfinaii of l.eniy |i|m-v •
hi»« n new Htuili'baki'r luiirinit c a r . !
IMIHH Kli*uli«tli Hclifi-i'r of Ilixtoii, ,
|tj*fm«tiy, nrrivi'il in thin eniinl i y l u s t ;
vimk tin j will miik" tier IIOIIH1 with :
her a u n t , Mra. C!lmrli» Ilolfmiiii. M i ' "
l A n i m UnlTimin Inm rvturnt'rl f rum it!
Ivlxtt with relntlvea a t Klmtiumt, t4ili|(i
F
•Island, , John lluffmtin and family Of
IKlmhurnt nru'aBuntllnii 11 Weuk with
IMr, nnd Mr«; lluffntnn,
Mr. ami Mrt, Krnnk Howard, .Ir1,,
l o t RiOiway, who wi>n> rrri'ritly mnrIrlcil, i/ttt<t Huitday ifuontn of Mr, How
lard'* iWfiiin, Mr. mill Mrn, Krniik
Illownrd ot HuiUon av«nu«.
I Mr*.. John IIy*P i f N«wnrk *|i«nt
I k t t w«»k wiUi reUHvon «mi frUmln
| a i Jttd'Bank amt Eatontovrn.
VourhU. vise pr»iHl«nt of |
Fresh
"FACTORY
TO YOU"
SALE
Y
OU know the advantages of dealing direct, with th*.
manufacturer. Therein th« advantage in price through
wonomiciil production and more direct distribution.
Theuft is -the adveuta^e of dependability, quality, because y ° u
a*« Jfciycn^ with tUt.**; w!it> pooduce the goods. We hnvc
Hujb««r OIM^AH, .'^'UoiuTV, Absorbeiit
Coiion, I-*lissters ;\nd
>Js. It \>iU p;iy YI'U to take i'dvatilaj^e
JI thiriu^ our "Kat:tory-U>- Ynu" Snle.
JonlfA Rouge
t.
hmrtcd Cream i^iram^
K^Z';o< 6 for 4 5 c !
Lord Ih:lti;iiorc Porit'oli
JonOvtl 'S'akitm Powder
cjixility.
Kantlcck Fuunt.iin Syri
DtiliiThtlully
tv.
r
eel Cold Cream
—
Purctest Bicarbonate of Soda
For
Puretest Sugar of Milk
ctory-to-Vou Sale •*" '*-' * ^
Pure!esl Castor Oil
Theatrical
.
Oream
Asbury Park 2.
er Market Compan
Alni«)ot 1:
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Purttest H'itdt
F.itru i)t
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Purttest /tipirin 'I'ttbleH
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HRINCi YOUR
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GET THE WAGNER HABIT-BUY THE BEST!
Above Specials for Shore District Only:
Matawan 1.
Key port 1.
Union Beach 1,
Campbell's Junction 1.
Keantburg 1. Atlantic Highlands 1. Highlands 1. Red Bank 3 .
tjciMnK ** v-'^ M mcdii .mil tin
Bacton-to-Vou Sale
Swift's Genuine
Dixie
Every One Guaranteed
y. ;ir 1
Pactorv-li>-Vou Kak-
For Stewing
lb 15c
Ail f '.:i-1is.
Faccory-<;i-Yoii '-"a!
Fresh Killed
• doz39c Bacon
Long Branch 1.
Red Bant, N. J.
60 Broad Street
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FOOD
PRODUCTS
At ibedal (tr^ti's iivry day
during "Jutilin>-(o-
Vou" S l
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f/VM l U ' I J U C l I O N
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ry.Slruvvturry,
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Olive Oil . ,&]VT JJK,
A Suh- of
TOILET TAPER
£ • - 2 for 2SC
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RED BANK REGISTER, AUGUST 8?
Pure Eighteen
ENROLLS
YOU
Father starts it—mother finds she can add
a little—even the kiddies will contribute
their pennies and in a surprismgr^lkiort
time, the whole family is enjoying the
pleasuree of owning a Fr>rd. Here is how
you can do it thtpugh the
Briny the first $5 into us. Enroll under the terras
• of the new, cwy vrayjo buy p 'urcK Select the car
you want. We wiil-'.-jposit your money in a local
bank, at interest. Add a little each week. You
will be surprised at the rate the money piles up
when everyone is helping. Soon the payments,
plus interest paid by the bank will make the car
yours. Come in—let us give you full particulars.
W. E. MOUNT,
°PP DeP°'
Red Bank
I liis Bank Depository tor
Ford Weekly Purchase h*lan Payments
Second . National Bank
Red Bank
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Meat Specials ' .
Fresh Killed Roasting Chickens,
37c Ib
i Fresh Beaf Liver.
3 lbs25c
Rib Vea! Chops,
29c Ib
Best of Milk Fed Veal,
16c Ib
Smoke?! Gala Hams,
Vtyit Ib
Lean SaiidlPotRoast.
25c Ib
Swift's Dixjt Bacon,
15c Ib
Fresh Jersey HA Loins, . 22c Ib
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(i1; h i s llMUSi1
w h i c h
22C
Jallo, the -Dainty Dessert, pkg 9c
Wesson Sa'ad Gii i:i pint cans 27c
Kellpgg's Fresh Bran Flakes, pkg 3c
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the INTationa.1 D a y of
20% Off Our Prices Equals 40%
Elsewhere!
THE BEAUTY OF THI5 SALE. IT OFFERS:
A Great Chance
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Extra Special for This Week Only!
a u l s^iiobi'e
. t h e I'.erkshires
t MU* K n j o y n I ' r t f l y a t E p i & c o palian Ki-ctnry. .
y • • Ki'.uie.'S l l u r i ' l : , d i i t i c h t r r n ' ' |
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t a i * i* ft!nuit Ht'tecii yo'tihg f o l k s a t a
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Years ago values such as we are giving the people were possible in many placesToday they are out of the question unless you seek and are fortunate enough to
find a store like this, where rents and big ones too, are unknown; where merchandise is bought in, solid carloads from the great furniture factories of Grand
Rapids and other leading centers; where every true operating economy is practised; where the best known lines are carried in wide assortments, offering
the satisfaction of making selections be-t suited to your requirements and of
course those who need furniture or rugs, either for present or future, and really
wish to secure the most quality for the least outlay s-hould resist that impulse to
buy until the merit of this sale is carefully looked into.
29 Bed Room Suites, all grades and finishes,
Save 20 to 40 per cent
32 Living Boom Suites, $97.50 to $425.00
Save 25 to 40 per cent
24 Dining Room Suites, Newest Designs,
Save 25 to 50 per cent
300 Rugs, Most Complete Stock in Monmouth County, Save 15 to 33 (-.-I per cent
36 Davenport Tables, many styles and sizes,
Save 20 to 40 per cent
40 Beautiful Floor Lamps—Buy Now for Ilolidays,
Save 25 to 50 per cent
100 Mattresses, All Guaranteed Grades,
Save 10, 20 and 30 per cent
32 Refrigerators, Oak or\White Enamel, Final Sale, . . . .Save 20 to 30 per cent
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tv.,iinoiiihs a n o .
SPECIAL NOTE—Among the Unyal Wilton Hugs on sale; at. big reductions will be found soine heautitul WhHtalls. Allho the patteniH are
discontinued they are most desirable in every particular Cut prices
on all Whitall Rugs withdrawn August I'.'Ah.
Our Special Circular Sent For the Asking
Vol.
ili<"• Name of Our lkittcr is "Cream of
th« Creameries."
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H a n , ' ) ' W a r d e l l " f 1i t t l e B i i v e r .
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FRIDAY, AUGUST lOtH
NiZ\V3.
Mrs. Annie Ryerson Scalded with H o t
W a t e r L a i t W..ek.
\r \ \ n n i e "Kyei'son \ \ a s t:ik'.l*.j.r a
p a i r uf Hot \"...!v-r t ' r o m a s t o v e hu-1
w e t s , w i a - n it 1'el! ti'Lini }ier h a m ! a n d
she
'ii i m d l y .-r.iliied. S h e li:t? >iiiLe
b e i . 1 ' r o u t i n e d t n ; l i e tied.
\» l i l h u n \N'. S h . u n p a r ; ! r e is . . p e n d ing
? v r a l days, w i i n hi.- b r o t h e l , A .
1.. S ' a n i p u n o - e ..I W a s h i n g t o n , X e w
.1 e r s . y .
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; oun:.:' p e v i ; i i r ' s s o c i e t y h e l d a
s o r i - ' d t - A{ ( ' h l P v h \r.i\\ l a s t ' r i i u r s d n y
r.i;»;i; , n<»t t o m a c e n i o i u - y l u i t . t o h : i v e
i :i J , i [ m u 1 . < i u n K v . r e f r i : - h n u ' i : t s
ai'd
v»lli>.'i- l e a t u r r s ' \v- vv Wi,H.y.^d.
I'll t r y person-* .'. i i v p r e - - e n t . U e v . Vi'.
\\. I l i ^ i e d ul' i u d H a n k m a d e a l e w
leiv ::ks.
M . still M r s . l . e . - i e r l ' . I . o v e t t h a v e
ivtV
e \ . t'roin
Manasqtian,
w'neie
t h i ' " H'lcnt p a r t u f t h e s u m m e r .
1
T- <• 1'ireir.ei: i b u r . r d t h e lot a d } " i r , in-i
e l i r e l n u - e !a.-t w e e k .
T'n- reliu'V I o f ( b e iivnvli a n d
h a s 'Made a i.ut.U'l.' imjinivrlu-.-'t't i n
tin. ( i ^ r a m - e .'1' t h e l o c a l i t y .
Grocery
Ijbby's Corned Beef,
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EATONTOWN NEWS.
»ti-..-. ' d
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New Jersey Food Company
Alfri-.d Taylor's Auto Damaged Hi
Collision willi Bradley Beach Car.
! Automobiles owned by'Alfred Tayjlor of this plate and a Bradley' Beach
party collided Saturday on the Tinton
I FalU road ne;ir Live railroad bridge.
|N« :>-. e WJI hurt, but both cars were
'bati.y damaged. Tile Bradley Beach
macu >e turned upside down.
I-'". :'y (. rawford is improving from
a -.i [\. knee caused by' a fall. He is
emp • ,i'd by the Public Transit compun; ..s a cliautteur and he expeets to
no l a -k to work in a few days.
K i v and Mrs. 11. II. ShurtUtf are
un t. .rip in ('uni.eftictr. and Muw.-sachu* ' rts. Their sou Canton will join
thun >]i tiie irip in Q lew days. In
thti -iv -antiine he i.s stopping with Albert i. Wolcott.
A.i hony liaiti has bought from F.
StMil y lligginson the house un Main
strdi.t near the railroad tracks, which.
U uv( ipied by Earl Joline. It was
!>oi^;l. .'about
eight years ago by Mr.
Hii^i. .son I o r ^^''0 and he iy ;.aid to
h a v otd it at a eonsklerable advance
"Vt^- .nis figure.
vi! ".• rgu ,. Mr.cKliU of Brooklyn
niov >•. last \\ i-dhesday into the house
"Ion fm north side of the Tinton Falls
road, near the railroad bridge, which
he i (. Jght l'rom Miss 'Jane Covent.
Mi* Jovent lias moved to Fair Havea.
M.V; Ma.rjorie Bennett is employed
as a jookkei'per by. Dl. William M.
Tho/i! ISOJI. a dentist at lied Bank.
M i s Lenuro Scale of Chattanooga,
Teini'.'ssee. ia with her sister, lira.
JamiM 11. Drake.
C'barlei Bennett, Jr., i.s back ut
work at the ci-menl block factory at
'Uaktnirst alter n visit of a w'eok at
New York.
Mrs. Stephen Aumaek had her
i moMK'i' l'iom New York with her last
wei.k.
?_.?'-;. iSI. A. El^rim is visiting relativi"- at I'luii.inx.
£ •iiit.rl Knight has had electric
li;c! wc put up in Jus house.
I.'. t';-n Jackson is laid up with
poh. :m:K caused by pui.son ivy.
I r. ;vnd Mrs. 11. W. Brickman. formev'v of Eatontown, have been
*p<fi..'.iiitf a week at Kevere Beach,
Ma .;.clnasetts.
V :s ffirr.iu Morris is spending three
wec.s Trith friends at Asbury Park.
T :ttv-n Slmrtleir has been laid up
wifri f. ' ftrlmnele on his leg.
1».. Homer T. Partnv ol' Connecticui\ .'ormerly of this place, was a
viil
'-i Entontown Friday. .
T e annual harvest, home of the
Mi'i ..dut chuii'h will tie held
\V& 'S lay, August 2!ltb.
'£• e Sons and Daughters of Liberty
wiii nave an outing at Keansburir
Saiv \rV.
LtTTLE_S)LVER
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UNITES
STATES
STORES
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Forty Shoplifter! Caught.
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Forty shoplifters have been caught
at /Wbury Park in the past four
weeks in a campaign directed by Detcc,tive Hurry H. Crook. The detective says that some of the shoplifters
caught were women of social .standing with husbands who are well-tu-do.
It is r.stimated that Asbury Park merchants have been losing' $f>U,0UU a
year through the operations of shoplifters. .
Place Yqsa (Met Nowfora
Monmouth St.
NEWS OF THE BOXERS.
Thirty-Four RoMnda of Fighting at
Long Branch Friday;
f i v e bouts have been arranged for
the Ocean Park club a t Long Branch
Friday night of this week. Al Brown
of Philadelphia will meet Frankie
Pitcher of Trenton in the main bout
of ten rounds. Carl Morris, the Carterol "flash," will oppose Jeff Clark of
Sandy Hook in the semi-final. The
other bouts will bring together Lester Applebaum of Railway and
Frankie Curley of New York, Johnnie
Carroll of Carteret and Johnnie Price
of New York, and Jimmie Farrell of
Long Bianch and "Tiger" Koji of
Went End.
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6(UAi.tTAY' fit PRICES
NE4W J
GUARANTEED
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REP BANK RBGBTEa, AUGUST*, 1923.-.*••'
E W S!I
Are Built
Them
They Have Built Them in the 1924 Models
The Whole Topic Today Is
Regarding Them.
They Have Taken the Whole
Country By Storm.
The Only Popular Prieei Car With Four Wheel Brakes
Fourteen Distinctive
Models
Hundreds of Improved
Features
JVcw Features of the
Buicks for 1924
New Features of the
Buicks for 1924
Four and Six Cylinder Models
few Buick four-wheel brakes, easy to adjust and positive in
action.
larger bodies of entirely new designs throughout.
Radiator new in design und construction.
lew hood to conform to new radiator and bodies.
lew crowned fenders.
Jew design lamps to harmonize with new radiator and body
lines,
lew frames, cittra heavy reinforced front and rear.
g wheelba.se—120 and 128 inches.
Jew instruments, instrument board and light conform to
lamp design.
Jew gasoline tank—extra strength, fully covered.
Jew flush ventilators with baffle plates.
Jew flush-fitting wide doors.
Jew extra seats of unusual width,
few seats, positions insure greatest comfort.
*Jew six-cylinder lUiick Vnlve-in-Head motor with all parts
automatically lubricated.
Jew removable cylinder head.
'Jew cup top push rods, adjustment on rocker arms, all automatically lubricated.
jilchromc exhaust values.
New design double valve springs,
/alve stems and springs automatically lubricated by force
feed from rocker arms.
'Jew straight rocker arm shaft carrying oil to rocker arms
and push rods.
self-centering design valve spring cap and key.
'Jew large camshaft.
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large camshaft bearings.
automatic lubrication of camshaft hearings.
*Jew large crankshaft—exceptionally carefully balanced,
ew large crankshaft bearings.
ew force feed lubrication to crankshaft bearings.
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ew long connecting rods.
ew force feed lubrication to connecting rod benrrngs.
ew type connecting rod piston pin attachment.
New Buicks Are Creating the
itest Sensation in'the History of
Industry.
Ridelin them and learn the] great
advantage^
the 4 wheet twak***
Just Look at the Prices
Four and Six. Cylinder Models
New long pistons.
New large piston1 pins.
New large timing gears.
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New force feed lubrication to timing gears.
New camshaft gears.
Water pump shaft bearing automatically lubricated.
New design lower half crank case, extra strength.
New large size oil pump at lowest point in crank case—free
from sediment.
New detachable motor arms on crank case, giving extra
strength.
New positive heavy clutch spring.
New reinforced fan with long hubs.
New baflle in transmission insuring correct passage of lubricant.
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New brake disc on rear axle with new spiders.
New reverse Elliott type front axles.
New and heavy I-beam front axle forging section.
New enlarged king bolt and king bolt bushing.
New metal cap to protect top of king bolt.
New Tie road tube of one-piece construction, ball socket on
each end.
New front and rear springs—exceptionally fine riding; qualities.
New spark and «as control—no sector and very short levers.
Universal mounting on headlamps giving wide focusing range.
New rear window light, most convenient for driver and passengers.
New tops special Hnick design.
New plush upholstery of exceptional quality In closed cars.
New double-service upholstery in Model 41.
New valve to increase efficiency of heaters in closed models.
New typo grain leather in Sport Models.
New design nickeled radiator on all Sixes.
Natural wood wheels, finest quality, on Models 51, 15-1 and f>5.
New streamline deck on Hoad.stors and Coupes.
•>F. O. B. Factory
Six-Cylinder Models
24-Six-41 Five-Passenger Double-Service
Sedan
- - - - - $1,695
24-Six-44 Two-Passenger Roadster
- $1,275
24-Six-45 Five-Passenger'Touring - - $1,295
24-Six-47 Five-Passenger Sedan
- - $2,095
24-Six-48 Four-Passenger Coupe - - $1,995
24-Six-49 Seven-Passenger Touring
- $1,565
24-Six-50 Seven-Passenger Sedan - - $2,285
24-Six-51 Five-Passenger Brougham
Sedan
- - - $2,235
24-Six-54 Three-Passenger Sport
Roadster
$1,(575
24-Six-55 Five-Passenger Sport Touring, $1,725
Four-Cylinder Models
24-Four-33
24-Four-34
24-Four-3f>
24-Four-37
Four-Passenger
Two-Passenger
Five-Passenger
Five-Passenger
Coupe - - $1,395
Roadster $935
Touring $965
Sedan - - $1,495
Buick four-wheel brakes further establish
Buick as the Standard of
Comparison
Here's Pictured the iVew 1924
Buick Radiator
SEE THEM—Compare Them with
Any Automobiles in or Near Their
Price Class.
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H. L. ZOBEL
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Monmouth County'* Largest Automobile Distributor
Tfel. 90 Sea Bright
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I7ia 4 wheel brake* place* th*m
threw to four year* in advance* of
oil other make*.
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Kfcl> BAWK. KfcGlMER, AUGUST
Twenty
with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burrowei Alvln Wallinjr, Mrs. Roelif Leroy, MIIIMmiMOHtlMmilllH.nl
of Wpstfield, Ne>y Jersey.
Mrs. Samuel H. Waning, Mrs. Wil' MiSK Betty lle.ndrirkson has been liam H. Hycr, Sr., Mrs. Joseph 1). lievi^itiiiK her *rynmi)>:u'ents, Mr. and
die,
Mrs. Daniel Clark, Mrs. frank 1J.
KU KLUXKLAN AT SOUTH KEY- Mrs. A. Cadou. Jr.. of Summit..
- .Sprout, Mrs. Joseph Hyer, Sr., MraPORT CHURCH.
i Miss Belle M.Hedio visited Mr. and fester
Hyer, Mrs. Ruthbtinc, Mrs.
Mooting Held in' Pimper't Field and Mrs. William Miller of Ridgewood Charles X. Crawford, Mrs. Harvey E.
last
week.
Manee,
Mrs. F.mil I'imper, Mr.s,
a hlery Crott
Lurned—Addition
'Misses Lizzie Holm/'s Jihil Mildred James MorMill, Mrs. John 11. llahrenBeing;. Built to Wallace S t o r e fiedli>
are
apendin};
their
vacation
a
t
borg,
Mrs.
William S. Holmes, Mrs,
Children's Pirnirr.
Cliff Island, Maine.
Andrew .1,^ Latham, Miss Anna
The Ku KIiix Kl;m attended the
Mrs, Kobert Urennan . of
Boy scouts ut' St. Mary's-eliurch will Cowlei
Sunday evening
i u t - t ^ :L*. J-^i. J o h n ' * cimp a t Point l'leasant the week of Avon and.Mrs. Florence A. Vourhcus
• •linix-li ;it South ki'Vport aiui one of August 25th.
oC jSatontuwn".
their liuinl"- made* at, ;uldre?s on t h e ;
About twenty members of llazlet
aini:; of ihvuiiler. Th-.- Klan held a
tire company er.joyed a clam bake at
K
Krnil ['iuiper's field anij M1DDLETOWN VILLAGE NEWS. Cliffwoml beaeh on Sumlay.
h:l<] liie. u^u:'.J firry i r n : ^ hurtling.
Churches
Miss Kdith Carter of Asluiry I'ark
Baptist
a n d Kefo m t d
yourself and your guests with a delicious roast or
An n d d i t i u n . i s beim? built t o tlicClosed ( o r RfHt of A u g u s t .
is' visitiiiK her cousin, Miss Lanni
roar of t h e siore oixupioi] by \V\ S.
1
steak but from the best of meats. You will relliailey.
,i' IN
Service.-; at t In
liti'ormeii i»ii|l l'npWallace & Co, T h e upjier slury a n d
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Mrs. Decker and her son Vincent
,\K- i'in't'H
discontinued
ish any thing you buy from my market because
the floor over t h e store will liu con-ti.it c-Kurt'hi'H huAv
of Brooklyn have been sprndiiiK a
?\>c tli',- rust <>''
verted into apnrfnient.s.
*!', [Mufi^.sur nf Knp:-week with h e r cousin. Mrs. C. S.
quality at a reasonable price is my system of doC
corgiR
u
n
Mi>. J . 1'Uunle l>vo\vn ami M i slirth a t IIoburL
v
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<- EITI Ward. J r .
Traverrpirhir a few
!'ew - ^ ^ < | ^ ^ l ; , . ™will . .K'
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r a v c axnvc
v c a pi.-;,,,«Friday
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ing business.
Miss Ida Walling of Keyport is visl
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iting Mrs. Samuel H. \Vullintr. Mrs.
Wfdlins'.1 lister, Mrs. Nealie Howard,
is a patie ;t a t the Long Branch hos|-»ul Sutphin of ll.d,,
I! Ktta T u n n v '"»> «'lnussioti \vi!l he tree
Kul re.sh- pital.
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oi •:•„,„.'Hi,,.,- n! -,J Ruth T r , v , r . and "radio
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Mr, an Mrs. John llertlc and Mrs.
eptember.
Ku--st.ll Travei-ri, J r . Mrs. (ieiuve J .
A t Ohri.-it cliurih Sunday morninj; Fred Dean ami son have returned
Sutphin a;nl i'acnly :i( llullild.d hBVe
front,
a visit with relatives on Lonji
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l i n - i , v i-;il.'i;,- \ ' - - l!ni>.-ii
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.wiial IJODK h ..rV.iii to Love G o d ? " Island. : .
Air. and ^j'--.. _\'l. i'. !Jliiii;h have Kishoji Kniglu A ill visit t h o chuveh
The ei .timittee in ehargp of the
Ih'rn \isilin^ !vlr. and Mr.s. \v altt'r S u n d a y , Augn-t f!Kb.
11th an) :il fair and sdpper of Hazlet
Yanan nf rr^.-twdod, New YorU.
J o h n 'N. HiU\cr is sick with ueuri- 1 tire ce \ny consists (tf Frunk
Harvey S. iieiilt", . .Ir., Hpent the ti
Poli , Clarence l'edi-e, Joseph- C.
week-emi at l,»va!ette.
••' O o r S e L. White, Ernest K.^
Lee Davis and Luke Heany,
y, whoj | Oh
• Rev: II. I>. Wl.iU' ami family are
Pe
nd Joseph L. Webster. R
M Montelair,
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spending; two wi-ek.s at Seiisifie ni'e employed
t L'
L'pi)er
ch
ujipe-r will be served the iirst
spent
Sunday
Heights.
iht'ir former homes ni^
POUND
i clam chowder the second
K. H. W'iiarton and family have re- lu'rtf.
. Lhe fair.
'
Rev. J . C. Korhfs of Hawthorne, nijii.
turned from a months stay at tljeir
Mr. . n Mi>. Lester V. WallinK or
New" York, formirly of I s plait', was
cottage at O c e a n drove.
Lavalet, sp'nt the wi'ek-eiul here.
a visitor here Kridny.
John \Y. Howard has a job a*
Miss Loti.ist' Harishornf is nui
watchman for \V. S. \Y»ljai'e &• Co.
Miss Kdith Cariin of liiooklyn was a sojourn in ..Maine.
Mr. ami Mrs. William File wen
the recent Sliest, of Miss Kuth DisitorS"at4Manusiiiia!i Sunday,
lirow.
has nur.'ftl 'rum
Stanley Mi
POUND
.Mrs. ('. I.. Ilumphrii's and Mrs.
the Luyster hmis IO Ki'd Hank. The
Tt'mplc Carr of ('alifurnia are visil- lutust which he
b ^
ihi; relatives here.
a short t'mo ;'.ij" by .Miss Addie Wil.Indue and Mis. Henry K. Acf&r- sun and she .will• occupy it in a few
F
AIL LtNSES
.son, -Jr., are spending thieu weeks at (lays.
Tuppyr l.aUe, N. Y.
hack at the ! .onK
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Edward Dii
.lolin 11. Roberts has returned from Branch hospital, where his injured le^
ADJUSTED
a vacation ill Lake George.
will again lie broken and re-set. The
IN PERFECT
POUND
Miss K!sie Osborn, Imi-ourfi fieri;, 'leg was broken the iirst time in an
is spending two weeks at Manasqurin. automobile
OPTICAL
acidi'nt
.about two
Mis-.v Mii'i-.ur. Ouiiovev has a vacation monthu ago. It did not knil properly.
ALIGNfrom her dntieu i:: Ack'ti'-^on & Ack- Miss Ruth lluttcrfass was home
MENT
erson's law qiUces. She is visiting ^aturday and Sunday from Point
r sister, Miss Klla Con
Pleasant, where she is employed.
r, Colorado.
Miss Barbara Deckert has complethave ed her duties as teacher of a school
;iir. and Mrs. J . B. Mali
returned from a mofith's vi^it with lit Newton mill sl)« has resumed her
POUND
relatives at Mountoursville, I'a.
former position at Mr.s. E. A. Slote's
will adjust your eye- j
Charles S. Wallinj? and mother, tea room. Miss Oeckert will teneh ill
Kl.'u-scs SO that they
Mrs. Alice Wallinif, I'ercy Wallitm' the public school at tills place in the
will &ivfci your vision the
and Kelsey Cartmrt have returned fall.
proper lK>nolit of the correct
from ii rampiny" trip on Lake George.
Mrs. K. A. Slote, who has Ifeii
lenses prescribed for you.
Tiiey made tile trip by auto t .
very sick, ia niueh unproved. Mis-.
"The >^;"s-s*-'s must so lit that
Miss l;'.\-:i Burrowes of WubtlU-ld Ktoll, a nurse who has been eaii-nir
the ^•('omelrk'al center of |
was t h e recent, ^ n e s t of Mr. a n d .Mrs. foi' iier, has rv! ujticd home.
thf lt-nsc mvi^t be exactly in
l l o r a o e K. Burrowes.
front, "f tlu! eye-pujjil aiul
^William a n d ' A l b e r t Andcr:-an havf
stuy the!"o. Wo build oyu- '
HAZLET
NEWS.
r c l u n u ' d frorn a visit nt t'hi-i'idan.
jriasses to tH the individual
Va.
Mrs. Joieph Hyer, Sr.. Entertains th«
needs o£ each putrou.
K. 1>. l l y r n e lias
vacation from
Ladie»> Aid Society.
his duties with tl
I'erth Ambov
.Mrs. Joseph ilyer, Sr.. was hustcss
News.
,Lo the ladies' aid scpiiety of SI. Ji.hVs
Mr. a n d Mrs. A .V. Widlinjj, Jr., rchuvch hist Wednesday afternoon.
and daughter Kdith of East Orange After the business session refreshwere guests last week of Jlr. a n d | m e n t s were served.
AmonK those
Mrs. A. i'. Walling.
I present were'Mrs. Leroy Clark. Ml.-..
Mr. and Mrs. Horace S. Burrowys Klorenee Lorov, .Mrs. Tyson Wood- {
»O»tji»
and son Herbert spent tin1 week-end hou.se, Mrs. E.hvaid Woolley. Mi's. II. i
NEWS
50c to 59c 40 inch Dress Voiles
2 9 c yd.
Just received another shipment of genuine Anderson voiles, the last of the season, fifty pieces in
the lot, all they had left of all grades, light, medium or dark grounds; all the newest patterns.
cheap enough at this .price to buy three, or four
dresses. _
Special for Friday and Saturday
59c Normandy Dress Voiles
Milk. Fed
Roasting Chickens
Real dotted Swiss Voiles, Normandy brand with
the guaranteed dots, all colors to choose from at
the present time; about 40 inches wide.
Tender, Lean, Boneless
Pot Roast
$2.50 40 inch Sport Satins
H.79
Plain colors, Baronettes and others, for skirts or
dresses, tan, navy, gray or black, while th'ey last.
$2.00 to $3.00 Values
H.69 yd.
38c
Spring
Lamb Chops
All from this season, such as foulards, skirtings,
ningshans, crinkle twist, novelty' silks and others
too numerous to mention.
Remnants Yard Goods
Short Shank
Smoked Calas
Regular 39c to 59c
• •
• ..- 2 5 c yd.
We have sold more than, fifty thousand yards of
wash fabrics this season; bound to have some
short lengths, all to go on sale Thursday at one
price; lengths from l'.o to 5 yards. Plenty of
dress lengths in the loC
MARKET
69 BROAD STREET
Next to Red Bank Candy Kitchen
Pictorial Review Autumn Fashion Book
Now On Sale—25c
COMING—"ROLL ON"—COMING
COMING—"ROLL ON"—COMING
-PEOPLEEVENING, ALL SEATS .
MATINEE ON SATURDAY
37c
28c
Short Forequarters
Spring Lamb
Clearance Sale Silks
.
KEYPORT.
1351
Broad Bt.^ftetl Bank.
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FROM
;
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55c
55c
WAR TAX INCLUDED
EVENING, ALL SEATS
MATINEE ON SATURDAY
THEATRE
55c
..
55c
WAR TAX INCLUDED
FRIDAY, SATURDAY
AUG. 10th y 11th
Hip-Hip Hurrah
Musical Comedy
PEOPLE
- 40
THE SENSATIONAL
Musical Dancing-Thrill.
W ITH
40-PEOPLE-40
Hip-Hip Hurrah
Musical Comedy
PEOPLE
- 40-
The Tr*;at of the Season
A Two Dollar Show
for5 5 c
CAST INCLUDES
Lillyn Lrown, Dink Stewart, Billy Cross, Joe Russell, Daisy Wrigl t, Uussetl Lee,
Edna Gibbs, Famous Four Harmony Acea and a Brown Skin Chorus of
2 O — GIRLS UNDER — 2 O
EVENINGS AT 8:2O
AT 2:3O
BOX SEATS, 83c
ALL SEATS, 55c
ONE DAY ONLY THURSDAY, AJGUST OtH
A Two Dollar Show
for
FULL OF PEP AND GINGER
MUSIC BY THE "ROLL ON" ORCHESTRA
MATINEE OrSI SATURDAY
The Treat of the Season
I TWO DAYS-MONDAY, TUESDAY, AUG. *3th, *<*tlv
TOM MIX in "STEPPING FAST" |
WALLACE BEiiRY
E S T E t L E TAYLOR
FORREST .jTrtNLEV
SYLVIA BREAMER
JOSEF 3WICKARD
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"BAVU"