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					  [VOLUME XLVIir, NO. 2.                                                    Wtiklr, EoUr.d a* SMCB!M)U» Matter it tb* P»t-
                                                                    oflte* «t B«d Bank, N, 1, gnoar th* tut of Hand Id, l i t * .                RED BANK, N. J., WEDNESDAY, JULY 8,1925.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           TER     $1.50 PER YEAR.                                    PAGES 1 TO
  [GUESTS AT S A M HOOK. ELECTRIC PLANT CLOSED                                            IN MEMORY OF MR. EISNER.
                                                                                                                                    SUES HER EX-HUSBAND, CHILDREN AS GARDENERS Jordan, Olympia Boncore, Grace KU m
                                                                                         Tablet Unveiled at Temple B'nti
                                                                                                 Israel Friday Nigbt.
                                                                                                                                                                               and Sylvia Abhenanti, Carmelo and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Mary DeCarlo, Anna Presli, Jean
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   m AT CHURCH; PAVILION FOR CHILDREN
                                                                                                                                                  DIVORCED COUPLE IN BATTLE THEIR PRODUCTS PLACED ON Grace, Madeline Stavola, Ellison BELFQRD BUILDING AND* LOT
    |f"WBRE THERE_ON SATURDAY, JOBS BE.CAUSEJ>F CHANGE        1                            A bronze tablet In memory of th                                                                                                                                                                                     NEW ATTRACTION AT
                                                                                         late Sigmund Eisner was unveilci                                OVER REAL ESTATE.                    EXHIBITION LAST WEEK.               Bray, Marie Koelme, Bertha Lewis,           PACKED. WITH PEOPLEi.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Gabriel Mazza, Wilhelmina Turner                                                         ELKUS HOME,
          .«»I«w of Soldieri, a Parade, • Sa. EUclrlflljr I. No~Lon(*r Mad* at          Friday night at special services a                        Mr«. Georgianna Moyan Wanti Vegetablea and Fldweri From t
   •> lute,of 48 Gum, and a Vlalt to                                  Rid Bank but (> S.nt Here Fro
                                                                                        the synagogue B'nai Israel on Riv                                                                                                         and Eleanor Jardine.             —**y The Klanunen Were There in Hoodi Poor Children from New Yorkl
                                                                                                                                                      Potaeuion of House Occupied by         Gardem of 54 Youngsters Would                                                  and Gowns and Th!» Attracted a         Spend the Summer Thire and that
   • >>' 1 lh« Fortt With th* Privilege of                            Lalewood Ovar a High T.n.lo:
                                                                                        erside avenue. The dedicatory serv-                                                                  Have Dona Credit to Grown-Up TO CONTROL STREET DIGGING
                                                                                                                                                      Franklin Moyan—Ha Wont Ge                                                                                             Huge Hoit to tho Church—Tho            Pavilion:waa Erected for Dana*
                                                                                        ices, which were in charge of Rabb                                                                   Skilled Gardener*.
                                                                                                                                                      Out and Claims tha House as Hii,                                                                                      Collection a Disappointment.           ing and Other Amusement*. " (i
   \'i* R«d' Bank waa weir represented                                                  L. 3. Weinef, were not public anc
                                                                      Fourteen of the 21 employee* _
                                                                                        were attended by the members o                                Alongside of each oiher on             Fifty-four children       exhibited New Ordinance Require! Licen«e«,           Klansmen wearing hoods and             A pavilion for <tlincintf, garnet,,
   I k t the Defense day exercisei at Fort- the Red Bank plant of the Jerw;                                                                       Shrewsbury .avenue, near Beech vegetables and flowers, at the first                 Liceme Feet and Depoiiti.
    I jHancock Saturday morning when Central light and power compan;                    the congregation only. The table                                                                                                                                                 gowns and abouY'1,000 other per- sociables and various amusement*
                                                                                        Is-alongslde of the pew which Jrtr                        street, are two houses,, oijeoccu of a series of garden shows which               Under the provisions of an ordi- sons went to the Beiford Methodisl is the latest addition to the Jani1*
    I fully two; hundred persons went to have;, been notified that their lery                                                                     pied by. Mr. and MrB. 'Frajiklin' C. was held by the Woman's club of nance which passcd«it8 first reading church Sunday night when a specia Elkus memorial home at Oakhurst*'
    itKe fort by motor cars to take'part ices will not be required .aftei               Eisner used to occupy. It is clrcu-
                                                                                        la> In shape and projecting from                          Moyan and the other occupied by Red Bank ,at the clubhouse on Monday night streets cannot be dug patriotic service was held. The
    l l n tbo program arranged by Colonel thirty days.; The reason for this f                                                                     Mrs. Georgianna Moyan, idivorced Broad street last. Thursday after- up to put down pipe or for any church could not accommodate all Tho building is detached from the1
    IE, B. Martlndale, Post Commandant that power for electricity i» m                  one part'of it is a miniature tomb-
                                                                                        stone, over which is a small electrii                     wife of Mr. Moyan. Mrs.'Georgi- noon. The exhibits wero displayed other purpose until the person mak- the people. Every seat and every homo and it is 20x30 foot. It fa , Y
    l a t Sandy.Hook, .Mayor William H. longer, generated at the plant Thi                                                                        anna Moyan owns the house when on the clubhouse, porch and they ing the street opening has received inch of standing space was occupied open on all lour bides. The build.'
    IR, White represented the official power now <fomes over a high ten                 light which is,kept perpetuall;
                                                                                        lighted. Mr. Eisner was tho . flrji                       she lives. There is a dispute as ti made a fine array. Last year a a license at a cost of/$10 and has and there were as many persons ing has just been, completed by Ar« ^
   I family of Red Bank; Walter S. lion line irom Lakewood. Later it                                                                              the ownership of the other house, similar affair was held at the club- made a deposit as a guarantee of outside on the grounds as there thur Goodo. of Gold street, 'Bed "?
   llfoble, chief of the Red Bank fire Is planned, to supplement this .with             honorary president of the congrega-                                                                                                                                                                                     Bank. Tho money for the pavilion           \
                                                                                        tion. Inscribed on the tablet arc                         which is occupied, by Mr.' Moyan, house, but it was fat .surpassed by good faith that tho street will be were inside.
   I department, led two of Red Bank's power from Perth Amboy; Th                                                                                 His divorced wife has started a sui this year's show both in quality and restored to good condition. The                                                      was raised by a play given by the.- '"*
  I'niodern lire fighting apparatuses Jersey Central light- and powei                   thV words:                    A.                                                                                                                                                    The Klansmen arrived beforc-th<
                                                                                                                                                  against him to get possession o: in quantity. So fine were the vege- ordinance does not become effective service and donned their hoods and girls of tho home last summer.                          } k
  rand about fifty members of the.de- company recently bought the plan                     In Memory of First Honorarj                            the house. The case will i o tried in tables and flowers that visitors ex- until it has pasBed two, more read- gowns in tho church annex. With , Tho existonco of such a home 5
  |!partmcnt'. in uniform. Lieutenant. from the Public Service company.                 President Sigmund- Eisner, Teniplt                        tha court of chancery, probably in pressed surprise that children could ings. The permits are to be issued members of the American Mechan right at Red Bank's door, BO to V
  I Joseph Fix and several members of • The Red Bank plant ia no\7 dolnj                B'nai Israel, Red Bank| New Jersey                        November. •                             do so well.             .:              by George K. Allen; the borough ics, the Sons and Daughters of Lib- apeak, ia a fact of which 1aw folks                  -
  |:B?d:Bank cavalry troop were In un- service as an emergency, plant. ]                                                                                                                                                          engineer, and the license fee will be erty and the Patriotic Order of in this section ssem to he aware*                  '
       Iform; CliiirU-F Smith of Port Mon- Is probable that it will not even b(                                 BOY'S ARM BROKEN .      1            Mr. Moyan claims he Awns thi            Thomas Head, superintendent of
                                                                                                                                                  house and his divorced wife claims the Straus place in Middletown               charged to meet the cost of his America, the Klansmen marched in- The homo was Parted nine years                         s
       mouth represented Arrowsmith used for this purpose within a shon                                                                                                                                                           work. The anrount deposited as a                                              ago by Mr.-and Mrs. Abram Elku»
 JiPost of Red Bank; Frederick H.' time. The men who will remai Jamei Gettlt Fell from a Cherry sha owns - it. The div^rca was township, near Red Bank, directed guarantee of good faith will be re? to the church to the strains of "On- of Red Bank as a memorial for their - «
 I Hope of Red Bank represented the there .while it continues to be a                                          Tree.on the Rumion Road.           granted to Mrf, Moyan March 5th, tho judging. There is probably no                                                     ward Christian Soldiers" played by
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  turned to the person taking out the                                           daughter Jane. Mr. Elkus has A !J
 1 Spanish-American war / veterans; 'emergency plant are,Irving Finch,                                      James Gettis, dged fourteen 1923. She claims that immediately one.in the state more competent to license after the street has been Mrs," Garrett Lee. The collection fine summer residence on Harding                                          '
  T~jn& many Red Bank world w.ar yet-the superintendent; Lyman C. Van- years, son of Nicholas Gettis of after this Mr. Moyan began to coax pass judgment on garden products put back in good condition. The was taken early during the' service road nt Red Bank and politically                                                                           j
     •~emn6 and thoir families made up Inwe'gen,.. the assistant superin- Shrewsbury avenue, spends most of and \ plead with her to give th< than Mr. Head. The committee of amounts to be deposited range from and it amounted to $63.89. This and otherwise he is one of the big, .J
        " i remainder of Red Bank's-aggra- tendent; Lester Shibla, Leon Ben his summer vacation as a caddy on house to him so that: he could im- club women who encouraged and in- $10 per Bquare yard to $4 per was a disppointment to the church men of New York. During Wood- '"\
 • Ration.          ' .•
                    ."• , •.' :•• •' • 7 ' > •      •<''<'.*'*- nett, -Frank Loversidget Lawrenci the, golf grounds of the Rumson prove his standing in the icommuni duced the children to plant vege-                                                                   folks, who had hoped for a larger
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  square yard, according to the char- amount. .It was viewed as a mis- row Wilson's term as Presidort ha                   '
 1 5 Tho motor parade' was officially Figard: and,Frank: Costa.                                          country club. Ho and a number of ty by virtue of being thejbwrier'of tables and flowers felt very much acter of the street.
 I Received at the government reserva- ' The, men wh'o got notice to qull other Bed Bank !joyg were walking                                      real.estate. Mr. Moyan is a sign pleased as, a result of Mr. Head's                                                     take to have takei. the collection waa United Statss ambassador to/ ,
    stion and was parked at the western within thirty days are William B. home from that place a few .days painter and the house'in question Is remarks.                                                             ---•                                                so early, as. many persons arrived Turkey.                                    " \
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   The chief object of the home ig( ]i
    <edge of the parade gjrou'ndi. ' They' Sheperd,'George i Worthley,' Frank ago when they saw. a tree full of known as "the studio" because Mr.                                            The show was divided into two          IN THE FOREST SERVICE.               after it was taken up.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                to provide summer vacations andl 2
     . arrived a few winute's before tHe Valleau, Earl Shibla, Joseph; Costa, cherries, .They received permission •Moyan does a great.deal of his sign departments, one being for stand                                                                                     Rev. Arthur Polhemus, the pas- good times for poor city girls,, *
    'official inspection, of the day, which John'Figaro, Jackson; Murphy, Ed- from the owner to get some of the painting there.                                                           ardized I displays fixed by the club Godfrey J. Olsen !• Now Stationed tor, invited representatives of the Four different lots of girls ranging* I
      consisted of four companies of wardCompfcon^ Benjamin Pryor, cherries! and James was one of the                                                                                                                                      at Oracle, Arizona.
                                                                                                                                                     The date of the conveyance of and the other being for original                                                      various organizations present' to
    !<joast artillery accompanied by the Charles LeMaistre, Stanley Brown, first bo^s to go up the tree. All the .house t» Mr. Moyan.1 Was March displays by the children. Cash                                                     Godfrey J. Olsen, formerly of make remarks. John Heins spoki in age from twelve to eighteen^ "-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                years are accommodated at differ*, \
       coast' artillery band, parading In Howard"Applegate/Edward Brooki went wcll.with him until he steppe( 2ist, 1923/ The couple were awards were provided by the Rotary Red Bank, who recently went to for the American Mechanics and cnt intervals at the home during! \
    'review and going through the| man- and Harold, Crawford. Some of on a branch which gave way and.hi friendly at that time despite the cl4b. In the regular standardized Arizona for the benefit of" his Mi9S Dot Seeley spoke'ior the Sons tho summer. The home provide* < *
    •ualof arms.,            . . x .,          -'.'-". these men; have already found new fell to the ground. His arm .wa divorce. Mrs, Moyan claims that events a cash award of ?1 was health, is now in the employ of the and Daughters of Liberty. Miss for 22 girls at a time and they >
    {••;• Following theAroview the visitors positions;-' Mr. Valleau will t'e-em broken. A telephone message wa in deeding the property tc- her hus- made'as first prize in each class, and national forest service; . His princi- Seeley also recited "Kentucky spend "from a month to six week*! !<
    'were invited to the northerly end ployed at the. Public Service plan sent to the boy's father about thi band, she told him he should grant a cash-prize of fifty cents was giv- pal duties are to protect' forests Belle." .The Klan had a speakei there. '                                                                 •    '
    iof the parad* rounds where the at Kearny and. he will begin his accident and he soon arrived in his to her the use of the house if. she en as second prize. In addition to from fires and diseases and he is who removed the hood from hii
    'remainder of the program was car- duties there Friday.' He will' mor automobile. He took James'to the should- desire it and that, all rents the money prizes, blue, red and stationed at Oracle, Arizona. ', Mr. face Before he spoke.- No one                                                                Varied are the forms of recrea-.
I jiied out. Mr.* Ayres of -<the. Fort to Arlington and he has rented hii office of Dr. J. W. Parker, when and. income from the house should tan ribbons were given as first, sec- Olsen has written letters to a num- knew him. A quartet was sung by tion and amusement. Many trips
    : Hancock Christian association gave house oh. South street from' Sen the broken-bone was set.. Jaruc be paid to her during her lifetime; ond and third prizes.                                                              ber of Red Bankers describing Mr. and Mrs. E. Walt-Havens, Mrs, are made to the seashore. Once a
      a prayer. Major H, F, Loonria ex- tember• 1st. to Harold Knapp, who it carries, tha arm in a sling,                                                                                                                                                                                                       week one of tho automobile trucks
                                                                                                                                                 On March 28th-the,couple went to            Class one was for the best collec- some of hia experiences in thcJWest. Ward R. Jeffers and Rev. Mr. Pol- of the Sigmund Eisner company
I plained the. meaning of Defense day now living on, Shrewsbury avenue.                                                                         Justice Elmer C. Wainright's office, tion of three vegetablea and first Tha other day James' A. Wise of hemus, and a duet waa given by
I and urged upon the citizens of, this Jackson Murphy will be employed                                                                           and Mr. Moyan signed an agree- prize went to Alfred, and. Anthony Red Bant received a letter from Mrs. Jeffers.and Mr. Polhemus.                               goes to the home to take the girls
llttilitary area to realize their duty by the Jersey Central, company at FARMERS COMPLY WITH LAW, ment in whi6h Mrs. Moyan's sug- Targonsky, two brothers who have Mr. Olsen in which the latter told                                                                       A Klan parade was looked foi to Long Branch, Asbury Park or/
     .to the military activities at Fort Belmar. William, B. Sheperd and But They Think it U a Fool Law, gestion was carried o u t , She was a large garden on Locust avenue. about a fruitless attempt which he at Beiford Sunday night, but it did some other oceanside resoit. Thai
   "Hancock, particularly, in. time of George Worthley will work a                                                   Nevertheleii.               to have the use of the house at any Grown-up folks who have seen the and two of his companions made to not take place.                                         late Sigmund Eisner for sevwal'
   'national trouble, There ara 808 Perth Amboy at tha plant of h                                                                                                                                                                trap a "wildcat. Mr. Olsen was for-                                            years provided this service for thai'
                                                                                                            Almost every farmer in this part time she wanted it and she was to garden of the two brothers say it is merly in chargs of one of the de-                                                           girls and his sons are keeping It up.1
   'jtoldiers nqw. at Fort Hancock.. In Public Service company.                                         of Monmouth county who has a get whatever rents accrued. After remarkable and is a revelation of partments of the Lovett nursery at NEW SEWER LIFT. NEEDED.
                                                                                                                                                 her death the house was to be Mr. what youthful skill and muscle can                                                                                               On the property is a large garden
   • ease of war it would require over                               The Red Bank plant is abou truck has complied with the law Moyan's absolutely.
                                                                                                        which requires him to print hi                                                   do to make ths earth yield rich har- Little Silver.                             The One in Uio an High Street i which the girls care for.' AH «ft
   "$000 men to properly man thtf half-way between Beech street and                                                                                                                                                                                                                About Warn Out.              them enjoy working in ; the garden.!
     forti at Sandy Hook and,most of the Newman Springs road and east name and address in letters- three                                             Last November. Mr. Mojwi con- vests.           Robert Dangler won sec-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Many of them had never been In'
     these men would be recruited- from of the Southern railroad. Part of                               inches high on both sides of his veyed the property to Philip T. Jia- ond prize.and Americo- Costa got COMING BACK TO RED BANK. Fred E. Brower, who has charge tho country until they were taken'
     this section of Monmouth county the real estate consists of a largi                                truck. The.farmers boliovo tho law ninne of Red Bank. Mrs. Moyan third prize.                                                                                    of the sewer lifts at Red Bank, re-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 And Maybe Charlet P. Noblo'a Viiit ported Monday night that the lift to the home. Tho girls are "selected
   land largely from Red Bank.                                  pond.. Water from this pond wa is a fool law, which costs them ?2: alleges that the deed for the trans-                     James Hollywood, Tony Savage                 Will be a Perpetual One.        on Bergen place was worn out and for the home through the welfare
   • At twelve- o'clock- a national drawn, into the power plant and                                     to $15 for getting the name and ad fer-'of the property waS not valid and Howard Bailey, in the order
                                                                                                        dress painted on the truck, with ab- because it was not signed "by Mr named, won- firsts second and third                   Charles P. Noble of Detroit,         was likely to go out of service at department of Rev. Stephen S (
     salute of 43 guns was fired and dar- poured back into the' pond again                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Wise's free synagogue at New
     ing the firing the band played patri- boiling hot. ' For this reason the                           solutely no advantage to anybody, Moyan's present wife, Lydia A prizes in class two, which -waB for former Red Banker whojwent in the any time. A year or so ago thi York. They aro unfortunate in tha,
 ,„             „                     ,                         water In the pond ^did not freeze,      but they all comply with It in orde Moyan, and that'two days later a the best specimen of one vegetable. hat business at Detroit and, made a council passed an ordinance to bu flense of being punjr, or undcrnout*,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  modest fortune, has sold his busi-
                                                                                                        to be law-abiding citizens.              new deed "was made 'ontf with Mrs. Class three was for the-beat-three ness and his residence at Detroii a j i f t f o r use ,aj. that .pjace at
 >'• The principal address of the day *tven' .during" ,tn"a4c«de)j;,weather,
                                                                      1                                                                          Moyan's name on it. Mrs. Georgi-         specimens of any one flower..These                                              cost of not more'llfaii $3',000,"bul ished; or overworked, or in' having'
  "wan given by William' M. Smith; The effect or'doingf away with tha                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            trouble with their parents. Thi, $
     supervisor of schools of Monmouth plant will probably-be to make                                        NO GATES AT CROSSING.               anna Moyan claims that Mr. Moyan         winners were Robert Allen, Harold and is coming to Bed Bank shortly for some'reason this was not done, work does not begin and end wlttf "
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  for a long, Ibpg visit Hii, old-time
     county, who has takea great In- skating-pond, such as was the case Utilities Commit»ion Says They A n                                       had no right to convey; the property J. Stokes and Helen Harrison. In cronies in Red Bank who are still On Monday night the sewer com- the summer vacation at the hom««
     tereifcinthe^shlldrea-at-EMt-Harii.JggH^gg^before the power planf
   -tereBfc-ln-the-chlldrca.at-Ec                                              before                                                            to anyone during her lifetime.. She class four,-which was for the best living are hoping that his visit here mittee of the council received au- It is kopt up throughout the yeai
  "took." HiB talk was on the meaning was, locatettTfiere.                                                                                                                      of the specimen of any flffwer, the prizes _will be a continuous and perpetual thority to award a contract for the at thu homes of the children whetf
                                                                                                            Reasons numerous and varied written agreement they                            were won""by~Mary~DeCarlo;*"the'                                               lift. It was statedthat it was no:
      pf'"allegiance to the flag and to the • -Mrs. Worthley kept several ducks                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ihiaJajieceaaaix            ' ,'         '\
                                    "                                                                                                                                                     Targonsky brothers and Doris Jar- one, andTKaTallTiirremainiilg-days
   .republic for (whlch Jt stands." ' He and jjeese on the property of tha why gatea aie- not needed at the For this and other reasons she asks dine. Each child was required to will be spent among the' scenes and this was. ah emergency requiring                                                               Sickly and puny girls arriving aS 'jj
 \jaid .throughout, the schools of the plant and they^made frequent usa                                 New York and Long Branch rail- that the deed which, was given to
                                                                                                                                                                                          provide^a vase pr_glass for display- among the friends of his boyho? d. immediate action. The cost will b tha Oakhurst ho:..o for nn outing;
     state, the children were 1' being of the pond. Mr,. Worthley, since road crossing on Borgon-place ore Mr.-Jiahinne bo declared null and ing her or his flowers, and many of                                                                                         met by putting an emergency no$i usually leave tl. I place much i » * -
    taught the meaning of the pledge of receiving: the thirty-day notice, has                          given on several sheets of type- void and that possession of the
                                                                                                                                                                                          the vases and glasses showed a keen       Cant Sleep; Light Too Strong.        in the bank.                           proved. The stay in tho country fore-
  .allegiance, which is recited every -moved the birds to the farm of a written paper by the state utilities house be granted to her from Mr. sense of artistic values. The judges,                                                                                                                             most "Ot-them- is-bettcr than-tonic OP
    mfcrning In every public school in relative at. Marlboro. This spring commission in a letter to the Red Moyan .and Mr. Jianinne. She al- in making the awards, took this fact                                                   Councilman Thomas M. Gopsill
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Hurt Celebrating the Fourth.       medicine.     Record; kept by t i t
    the United States.                                          he had 'a large number of young Bank commissioners. The commis- so demands-an accounting of all                                                                  reported Monday night that persons
    I-Following Mr. Smith's talk the ducks, but all'of them were,Killed sioners have been trying for some rents and profits from the house.
                                                                                                                                                                                         into consideration.                     living at and near the corner of           Abram Sanborn, Jr., son o* Abram home show that many girls Whd
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                spent vacations thero are. today sue*
    post commander said that the.fort by snapping turtles, witli Jwhlch time past to have gates at the cross                                        Mr. Moyan denies most of the            Children of Italian parentage Harding road and Spring street had Sanborn of Shrewsbury avenue, cessful women in variouY walks of *
    was open to visitors and almost the pond abounds.                                       Frequently ing. The letter from the utilities allegations made by his former outshone everyone else in making complained that they could not Red Bank, was Bhot in tho hand life. A large majority of the girl*
    everyone present inspected the bat- the employees, at the plant, during commission has been filed.                                          wife, He says that either through original exhibits. - Each winning sleep well because the light at the with a blank cartridge pistol desire to becorie nurses and a nun*
    teries, Cameras were allowed on their •" spare time,' would .. catch                                                                        a mistake or fraud the wording' of exhibit resulted in a prize of fifty corner was very strong. The com- with which he was playing on th her of tho former vacationists afr
                                                                                                                                                the agreement was changed from tents. Americo Costa, a West Red missioners ordered the light com- Fourth. The wound waa dressed Oakhurst have Lccoma very me*
   the government reservation on the turtles and' take them, hojne for                                     . Cleared $3,000 for Hoipital.
   Fourth and after the exercises it turtle soup.. It was a custom among                                    About $3,000 was cleared at an an original draft . Hft claims that Bank Italian boy who has a large mittee to shade one side of the light by a doctor. ^ _                                          cessful in this line of work.
    was a common sight to see Red the employees to • bring some of entertainment and card party held ho read a prepared- statement in garden, had three stalks of sweet by painting it.
    Bankers taking pictures of the big the soup to the plant and-Bhare it at MfB. Thomas N. McCarter's home Mr. Wainught's office and that this corn in a flower pot, which were in                                                                                            Installed Heavy Truitei.            The home is in charge of Mis*
  "guns and other fortifications.                              with the men working there.             at' Rumson Friday night. The af- tatement was not that Mrs. Moyan a remarkably advanced state of ma-                               Burned by Fil'eworki.             Three trusses made of.heavy tim- Lillian • Barney of New York a n t
                                                                 . Last Thursday night'the employ- fair was given- aa a benefit for the was-to have the whola house or the turity. Each stalk had ears of, corn                     Leon Smith, son o f Lester Smith ber have been set in place in the she has several assistants. The
                                                               ees had a different'kind of a feast. Long Branch hospital, of which rents, but merely that she was to almost ripe. This exhibit teemed of Port Monmouth, was badly new boat building plant at Fair Ha- property where the homo is located
 j           Want Street Cleared Up.                           It was a farewell dinner served at Mrs. McCarter is an official.- About have the use of the second story if to attract more attention than any burned on his face- and hands with ven by Adams ": Moxley of Red is the village center and it is corn-
         Residents of Tllton avenue sent the Cozy Corner restaurant on 60 people attended the affair, In he became destitute. A new copy other.among the vegetable exhib- fireworks while celebrating the Bank. The trusses will support the monly known aa the Montuleb
   a petition to the Red Bank com- Monmouth street • Turkey was tha addition to, the card games dancing f the agreement was written. Mr. its. Americo won a prize of fifty Fourth, A doctor dressed tho roof. Each truss is 62 feet long place, because '.' was owned foi; '
   missioners Monday night to have principal dish. Speeches were, made was enjoyed and thero was a varied Moyan says he supposed this agree- ccnta.                                                                              wounds and Leon is improving.           and weighs three and a half tons.     many years by a man of that name)
   weeds and brush on the sides of the by Mr. Finch and Mr. Vanlnwegen, entertainment program,                                                  ment was the same as tho original                                                                                                                              who conducted a riding academy. •
   street cleared away.' The petition Nineteen of the 21 employees were                                                                                                                     Displays of string beans and wax                                                                                       Jano Elkug, the girl for whoa
                                                                                                                                                draft and that he signed It without beans were especially numerous Juit What You Have Been Waiting                              Harveit Home Supper.
   was- referred to the street commit- present. Some of tpem for a score                                                                        having read it. •                                                                for—a regular VanDyk tea and cof- ' The annual harvest home supper the homo was named, died • jium»
   tee, ,         ,                                                                                                Announcement,                                                        among tha vegetable exhibits. The fee agency where VanDyk'3 cele- given by the ladies' aid society of ber of years ago." She was a girl of
                                                               of years or so had worked at this           To the People of Eatontown and
                                                               plant or at the plant which was Vicinity!—Having been appointed                      In* Mr. Moyan's answer in" the winners wero Louise Nicholas, brated teas and coffees may bo had the Tinton Falls M. E. church will an unusual typo and she was very
                 Annual Carnival.                                                                                                                irocccdlngs, ho claims that "at the   Loula Figaro, Jacob Mazzaropiso, absolutely fresh, at VanDyk prices. be held on the Mineral Springs much interested in such work as is* '
         St. Mary's church, New Mon- used before the present plant was us manager by the National IStores ge' of seventeen years ' he came Peter DeFazio and William Hoff- Take advantage of our reduced hotel lawn Tuesday, July 21st, Sup- now being carried on in hor nanut
   mouth, will hold Its annual carni- constructed.                                                      3orporatlon at Eatontown,         wish under the influence of tho complain- man. Other winners and the things prices. Alperin's Delicatessen, 20 per will bB served at 5:30 • P.. M.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               at Onkhurst. Folks who were ac#
   val > on the church grounds July                                 The plant it, frequently referred o state that I will always carry a nt, Georgianna Moyan, and from which thoy displayed were Robert Broad street, Red Bank.—Adver- Music. Tickets, one dollar.—Ad- qainted with her say they cannot
   10th and 11th. There will be danc- to as ."Gardner's Monument" due tull line, of staple groceries at the ind after that time until about one Tierney, hollyhocks; Sadie Connors, tisement,                                                                            vertisement.
   ing both evenings. Music by the to its high'monumenWlke smoke- lowest cash prices and my motto ir two years ago he remained un- petunias; Americo Costa, phlox JJ                                                                                                                                           imagino anything more appropriate
 •Purple Serenaders. On Saturday stack and to the fact that Its con- will be courtesy and fair dealing:'to er her domination." The' paper, Doris Jardine, coleus; Sylvia Ab-                                                                      Radio 1                   Mora Nourishing Than Meat.         than to have her name perpetu«U4
   evening a chicken supper will be                                                                    all. Yours to servo, .                                                                                                       Authorized dealer for Garod,           Pure, properly made mayonnaise by the great work which Is beiof
   served from six to nine o'clock.—                          struction was supervised'by a man                           Michael Riordan.      goes on to recite that bofore they hennnti, a collection of flowers; Zenith, DeForrest and Farrand Is a great body builder. Our No- done at tho home.
   Advertisement.                                              named Gardner. He died shortly —Advertisement.                                   were married they lived In' Vir- Christopher DeFazio, lettuce; and Godley Products. Monmouth Ra- tional mayonnaise, containing only
                                                               after the plant was built. His                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Each year tho girls glv« an ont<
                                                                                                                                                  iniaThv^ owned property in-Vir- Mary DeCnrlo, flowers.                         dio Service, Second National Bank fresh eggs, beat salad oil and high- door play in Aijjust. Rehearsals'
                Twin Brook Zoo, ,                             death was attributed to overwork                                                    inia in their joint names. There                                                                                      est grade eplces and vinegar, ia an
  King's Highway, Middletown, optn and worry in connection with build,                                  'or swimming, golfing, tonnls and i a great disparity in their ages,                An additional prize of 25 cents, building, Broad street, Red Bank. ideal food. Ask for it by name, if for this cvont 'iro now being hold,
   daily from 10:00 A. M. to 8:00 ing the place.                                      '                 ithcr strenuous sports, soft atid.pli-                                           ,vns awarded to Clalro Davey, who Phone 1184. R. S. Johnson, proprie- you want the best.-—Advertisement. under the direction of Miss Ethel
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 tor.—Ad/ortiscmont.           ,
  P. M. (Sunday opening 2:00 P.                                                                         ible but nevertheless bracing, at Mrs. -Moyan being much older than ihowd panslcs,                      Theso flowers                                                                                  Elkus, daughter of the owners o i
  X,) Interesting and educational.                                                                      iwonty per cent roductlon In our er former husband. |Mr. Moyan's wero displayed in a vaso which                              Weitttde Fire Company Fair                 Mr. Property Owner,           tho hotr.e.          ""             i
'Admission adults 25 cents, children                                             R«dlol                 fuly clearance sale. Kessler's, cor-     inswer states that tho couple were Clniro painted herself. The paint-                                                  why not wire your houso now for
.15 cents,—Advertisement.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 opens Saturday night, July
                                                                    Let Bob Johnson solve your radio ner Broad and Whjto streets, Red dvlsed that they could not sell ing was very flno for a child and and closes Saturday night, 11th, olectrlo lights. We will give you
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   July                                                                              1
                                                              problems for you. Monmouth Ra- Bank.—Advertisement.                               thfilr Virginia property: unless thoy the award wns bused chiefly on this 18th, flrohougo grounds, Westside eloven months to pay for it. Write Burdge & Ruttell'e Slght-Setlatf
                                                              dio Service, Second National Bank                                                 woro married. * Accordingly they fact. •                                                                                                                        jus, direct to Asbury Park leaved
           Organ Rtoltal and Mutlckl                                                                                                                                                                                             avenue.      Dancing -every night; or phone Newman's Electric Shop, Strand theater, Red Bank, ever*
  under auspices of official board and building, Broid street, Bed Batik,                                  A Home Away' From Home.                ot married In 1906, Bold tho prop-                                             other features..->~A good time as Bolmar, N. J. Phone Belmar 116 week day nt 0:00 A. M.. ArrlvM^'
  choir in Little Silver Methodist Phohe-118«Y B. S. Johnson, proprlo-                                     Shady Knoll, Hance road, Fair rty and used the motley from tho                   Tho prizes woro awarded by Mrs. sured.—Advertisement,                       and let us give you an estimate.-* at Second and Ocean avenues, Alibi
  church Tuesday, July 14th, IHOO tor.—Advertisement.                                                  Haven, N. J. .Guests accommo- sale to buy property i t Red Bank. J. Daniel Tullcr, prosldont of the                                                              Advertisement.                         bury Park, at 0:46 A. M. Leave*
  P. M. Tickets 75 cents, children                                                                     dated fay day or week. Special din-
                                                                     tytsttlda Fir* Company Fair         iors to order. Home cooking, Ton-         Tho title to tho Ro<| Bank prop- club, aisisted by Miss Abbie V.                    Victor Night at TuttingY                         Sdfe'ool.              Asbury Pork at 4:00 P. M. on It*
  86 cents.—Advertisement.
                                                              opens Saturday night, July 11th, Is courts. Booklet on application. irty was held in'their joint namos, Strickland, chairman of the club's                            Wodnosday night in also Victor          Burton Hall, at 69 East Front turn trip. Round trip $1.00. Slnglf
                Additional Money                              and closes Saturday night, July Phone Red Bank 668-J,—Advertise- Vtr. Moyan claims, until 1020, whon imlon committee. Anothor show night at Tuating'a. Victrolas, Vic- stroot, Georgio B. Hazard, principal faro 75 cents,—Advertisement. ; '
  to spond on your vacation m a ro- 18th, flrehouse grounds, Westslde ment.                                              _ . _ ,.                hrough pressuro brought to benr will bo held nt tho clubhouse next tor records, plnnos, radios. 14 Primary, intermediate, college pre-                                         »* e»      •, '

  tult of tho savings effected in our avenue.                                 Dancing every night;                                                n him he conveyed ljis half-lntcr- month and it is expected that this Monmouth street, Rod Bank, Open paratory ; French, Spanish, drawing,                              Twin Brook Zoo,
                                                                                                                       Want«d                                                                                                    tonight.—AdvortlBomont.                                                       King's nighwiiy, Middletown, opi
  July clearance sale. Kculer's, cor- other features. A good tlmo as-                                       September, a woman to teach
                                                                                                                                                ist in trust to Mrs. Moynn- until will bo oven finer than that of last                                                  painting, etc Phone Red Bank dolly from 10:00 A. M.,to "'
  ner Broad and W^to streets, Red sured,—Advertisement. .                                                                                          d time as he should cleslfo his week, as Aujtunt Is usually a better
                                                                                                       latin, algebra and beginners' ge- lalf-intorest convoyed buck to him. garden month than July. In Sep-                              Ruffle Curtaim Salr,          010-W.—Advertisement.                  P. II. (Sundny opening 2iOO &M
  Bank—Advertisement.                                                       Turin/ Dinnart             omotry for ono or two noun in the Io clalmB that tho decil convoyed tember tho nnnunl show of tho Mon-                       Mado of flno quality white vollo                                           M.) An Idonl pl«co to bring thf if
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 with pink, blue or yellow rufllos,            Pur* Drinking Water.            kiddles. Admlaslon, adults 28. cent!
                                                              served at the Ooiy Corner Tea morning. Plonso n'ldross at once,                                                                                                                                              Distilled wator in small or lnrf?: children ID conta,-—AdvertlMmin|
 ' Ono pound of Blue Ribbon But- room on Saturday and Sundays, Principal, R Rivorsldo drive, Suf-                                                      him In 1023 makes him nioutli county horticultural society with tie bucks; rctculiir $1.49 sat, on
  ter produces i.s much energy as Orders taken for nomemado enkos !orn, Now York,—Advertisement.                                                .ho solo owner of tho house- whoro will bo hold. Thero will bo special sale $1,00 net. Curdon's, & llrond quantities at Benjamin H. Grate's.
  11V4 pounds of iMcken or 4 pounds «nd plot. Telephtne BOO-J, Rod                                                                                   lives, He also claims Hint the dopnrtmontn for children and it is street, Rod Hnnk,—Advorllsemont. li North Bridge avonuo, Red Bank.                                    For Lunob
  of boofstosk or 2ft pounds of htm Bank.—Advertisement.                                                          Arthur E. Brauar               Toporty which ho niftl Ms formor oxpocted that tho youthful exhibi-                               m • tt- -•*          Phono 14B5.—Advertisement.                 Our dollclous sanc.^,..,v.
  or 18 pounds of peai,—Advertise-                                                                      ivallablo as concert violinist and In- Ifo owned in Virginia was bought tors of last Thursday will display Dr. Dunn, Surgeon Clilronocliit.                                                            fresh salads are always reffti
•Jn«nt.            '                                         A M YOU "All In" at Six O'clock? tructor. Summor studio nt i-c»l-                                                           heir products at tho big county            Offlco hour« Mondny, Wednesday
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Boveragtt.              Special prices for quantities,
                                                                   If so, have your shoes repalrod ionco In Navesink. For further mtlrely with his moi cy. Anothor ivont.                                                        and Friday only, 2:00 to O'.OO P. M..     For your carbonated and mnlt porln'a dollcateiun, S^ '
 ' Ttu Central Shot Ripal c Shp,
      !fkt                     Repairing Shop,'                                                                                                                                                                                                                         beverages call Benjamin H. Crate, stroot, Rod Bunk.—Ad
       ''Prompt attrition and g d work* at Moody's Shoe Repair Shop, 20 particular! address summer studio, iialm ho makes Is that ho had                                                                                         until nftor Labor day, Ring Rod
                                                                                                                                                                                            Tho exhibits woro so flno that nil Bank 101-W, or Asbury Park 2441. 14 North Bridge avonuo, Rod Bank,
 manshlp guarsntmd, 10 lonmouth Mechanic street, Red Bank, and or phono Atlantic Highlands 2o8.R. oaned money to his former wife                                                                                                                                        phono 1480,—-A<lvortl»omont,                          Bulldir*.
  itrejt, cornet Maple ayihui, It«d notice the difference,—Advertise- —Advertisement.
     tt                     Ml          h        Kd                                                                                            from time to tlmo and he do- of thorn won honorable mention rn- —AdvorUiomont. '                                ^
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Lnkowooil sand and
  Bank.—Advertlismtntv                    \                   mtnt..                                                                           numls an accounting t these loans, gnrdlosa of whother thoy won prizes
                                                                                                                     Flnt Clan                                                                                                      Rogart Horniby and St. Louli                Davay Trae Surgeoni            vol, ilng. clnderj, blueitont,
                                                                                                                                                   Edward W. Wise o Rod Bank is or not, Tho exhibitors in addition
              Vacation Time 'Apparel
                                                                    Why Not Raduo* Your Taxai           tnllnn Spnghottl House, 136 Urn. Moyan's lnwyo in the case to thoso mentioned wero Nicholas Nntloimls nt Atlantic HlRhlnnds on uro local to you. "Do it right or stone. l'rlcM roananablt.
                                                              by locating at Hlllcrest, the now                                                                                                                                  Sunday, July lUlli, at 3:00 P, M,—     not at nil." l'hu.'.o Atlnntlc High- 0, Hoiuvolt, Red Bsnki
  i t wont;/ per cent wumctlon from suburb of l o n g Branch, on,Ocean- hrowabury avenue. Rod Bonk, mil Max Finegold c Freehold in Sovloro, Paul DoCnrlo, Sylvia HofT- Advertisement.                                                                                   lands 430, or Ornngo 1011.3,—Ad- 000-J.—Advtrtliomtnt,
 prevailing low tirlcis, Keillor's, port avenue? The lowest tax dis- emonnble price's. Give us a trial. Mr. Moyan's lawyor.                                                            mnn, Martin Ikclco, Clement Pnco,                                                vertisement,
 on Broid anil WhIU itroeti, Hod trict In the county.—Advertisement, lam«nn«, proprietor,—Advortlso-                                                                                    lilchnrd Wnrnor, John Hicks, Dom-             Typewriter HaadquarUn,                                                       Xvgtrt Horniby ....
                                                                                                       m«nt.                                                                           inic Nervo, Hownril Bolloy, Joseph           Tynowrltors rontod, bought and         Hemstitching and Dr««»malclng
                                                                                                                                                    , Wafflti—Waules •Wahlu                                                                                                                                   National* nt Atlnntto
                                                                        .Top Boll—Fill Dirt.                                                                                           Donfrlo, Tony forna, Mary Bon-           •old, Trubln'a, 68 llrond stroot, Itod done by Theorn Brown, Oi Whits Sunday. July JUth, «t f
                                                                                                                                                ind everything (rood ( ...
                                                                  Gredlnjt of all kinds. ' Try my          Brevont Park and Leonnrdo Fire lxlo Oaf«t«rla, Co to eat lit tho core, Josephine and Rose Ianncelllo, Untik.—Advortlioment.
                                                                                                                                                                       «mnn Houao
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        itreit, Bod Bank.—Advertliomint. Advtrilioment,/.
                                                                  l        H d      O R l t       RA       mp       t th Drovent Park (Ire                                             Rnlph and Gornrd Layman, Elmnor
                                                                                                                                                                                       Alexander, Raymond Snlffen, Ajr-                  Edlion Malda Lampi.                         , Planei.
                                                                                                                                                          . j.                                                                      A. V.Qrogqry, 10 White i$r«t{, A. B. Dlrhan. Phono JRpd JStnk DBfl,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           :^Al ,,,,r vifs^
                                                                                                                                       RED BANK REGISTER. JULY 8, 1925.
                                                                                                                                                                                    AUCTION AT WATER VIEW.
                                                                                              SHAPED LIKE LETTER T. Hurry L. Brower Will Soon Have a Landmark SEABRIGHT HOUSE.to .Atlantic *HI«Mand. Properly Will
                                                                                                                     NEW WESTS1DE BUNGALOW.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  WINDERS                     -DEVELOPERS       INVESTORS,
    RAY H. STILLMAN                                           Insurance!                      AN-UNUSUAL HOUSECCOING UP         Home on WetUida Avenue..
                                                                                                                                                               at Tbat'Plae« Sold
                                                                                                                                                                      Joiepb Bruno ef Red Bank.             be 'Struck Off Saturday.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Buy 'at your own price
                                                                                                                                                                  1                                     Two houaei and 81 lots at Atlan-
      Monmouth County                                                                             AT FOXWOOD PARK.          . Harry L. Brower of Leonard            Joseph Bruno of Red Bank has
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  are owned by
                                                                                                                          street is building a bungalow for his bought the Walsh hotel property at tic Highlands, whichthe Shakesper-
                                                              Arthur V. Gregory   .Each of the Four Sides' it So Con-own occupancy on the lot -on .the Seabright for $8,500. The lot is              Robert B. Mnntell,
                                                                                                                                                                                                     ean actor, will be offered.at auction                at Public Auction Sale
               Village Homes           >J                  Trading as ' ' " \ itructed That it Lookt Like the south side of Westside avenue 50x100 feet and 'the hotel building Saturday afternoon. The sale will
               Short Estate*             [•]                                          Front Side of the Home—George which he bought a short time ago has eighteen--rooms. The hotel is                                                                            Eitate of Patrick Lang, Deceased                    '
      All Forms of INSURANCE $                                J. H. Gregory & Son     W. Howland the Owner.                                                                                                   under a large
                                                                                                                          from Dennis 'Murray. The lot Is a one of the landmarks of Seabrlght. be heldnear Eelford, tent at Water
                                                                                                                                                                                                     View,                        In connection
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Business      , v AMM
              Stats Highway - ft
   TEATONTOWN, ..'•- - N. J.g                     '
                                                      10 White Street
                                                         Telephone 474
                                                                                      George W. Howland, who is en-
                                                 Red Bank, New Jersey gaged in the contractingtoouse of at Brower. paid $1,000 for it and libleft the property and business to his View. Tho sale will begin at two
                                                                                   Seabrlght, is building a
                                                                                                                          short distance east of Shrewsbury It was built many years'ago hy
                                                                                                                          avenue and it Is 44x100 feet. Mr. Thomas Walsh. When he died ha with tho sale of 220 lots at.Water
                                                                                                                                                                                                     o'clock. The,property to j e sold
                                                                                   unusual type at the .corner of will spend $6,000 for the bungalow. son: John. ' "The latter diod about fronts on Avenue D and on High-
                                                                                                                             Ralph B,. Sickels is. the contrac- six jjears ago- and the property land, Washington and Leonard ave-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  220   • -           '
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Permanent Home-. 1.111 X :
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   tons&lw « W I i J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ' > Located and to be told at
                                                                                   Woodbine avenue anft Cross'street
                                                                                   at Foxwood Park, near Red Bank. tor. The bungalow will be" 26x38 passed into the hands of his widow, nues. Bus rides'to tho sale will be                         Waterviow              Belford Station            Shore Highway
                                                                                                                          feet, with a porch. eight feet wide who afterward married Edward provided free of charge. . The lots
          TIMOTHY R. HOULIHAN                                                                                     V
                                                                                   It is shaped like tlio letter T and
                                                                                   onch of the sides is,so constructed. extending all the way across tha Taylor of Freehold. Since • tho are grouped in two, parcels. They
               Contractor and Builder                                             that it looks like the front.side of front; There will be six.rooms and death of John Walsh the business will not,ho sold separately but in
                                                                                  the. house, Around the'house, some the bungalow will have electricity, has been conducted by Prank Goar- bulk.' The sale.will not include the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Atlantic Highlands, N, J.
                                                                                  of them not much more-Ithan a foot water and a pipeless heater. .It ing. He and Mr. Bruno will open property where Mr. Mantell Is i'.ow                                            Beafitlful Vl.w of Bay and Ocean - , . V ,
  / .                SPECIALIZING'IN JOBBING r                                    fronv it, are twenty fine big trees! will be completed about.September a restaurant in the hotel ns well as living. The sab "will be conducted
Telephone 881-M
                     SCREEN AND STORM ENCLOSURES.
                                  i        160 Bridge Avenue, Red Bank, N. J,
                                                                                  One. of the reasons why the''house 1st; Mr. Brower is a railroad en- managing the hotel business. The' by William' Kennelly of New York.
                                                                                  was given the shape of ~a T was to gineer and his run is from Free- sale.of the property was made by
                                                                                  obviate the necessity of, cutting hold to East Long Branch.                   Walter J. Sweeney,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Saturday, July U , 1925
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      At a P. M. On the Premliei.              F r o Bui to Properly.
                                                                                  down any of the trees. .                                                                                                NEW ROAP FINISHED, '
     W. J. T. GETTY'               HUGH H; GETTY                 L. T. GETTY gj -• Tlio stein of the- T is on the TEN NEW BUNGALOWS.                                      SIX LOTS SOLD.             Concrete Paving from Matawan to                             Also 81 Lota and 2 Dwellings
                                                                                 northern''end of the lot, facing,                                                                                           Fernaau Now In U»e.. ,                                    Property of Robert B. Mantell
   HUGHdETTY, Inc.                                                               Woodbine ayenue; This part of the
                                                                                 house is 15x25 H feet. The head of
                                                                                                                         John H. Cook, Jr., Btfy« T«n LoU in Propertie» on Branch Avenue and
                                                                                                                                    Wert Red Bank.                   Spring Street Change Handi. [      The new concrete paving on                Fronting pn Avenue D, Highland, Washington, Leonard Atenuea
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS
                                Established 1875                                 the T^s on the southern end of the John "H. *$f>ok, Jr., of Newman                 The Investment and Realty cor- Main street, Matawan, from the                             2 blocks from thd new Atlantic Park and Pier
                                                                                 lot and.one end of it faces Cross Springs avenue, has bought ten poration" of Red Bank, through I. railroad to tho Frencau station,                              G. J. Freibott, Atlantic Hlghl.ndi, Agent         Phone Keanibur* 418
                 .        BUILD E R S                                            street. TKis part of the1 house is lots in West Red Bank from George Jay T/rubin, its president, has just about a rnile and a, quarter in,
                                                                                  10x35 feet; In'shape it'.will be Woods and the estate of Samuel bought two lots on.the east side of length, was opened to traffic Fri-                            WRITE FOR FREE BOOKMAP                               EASY TERMS
                                                                                                                                                                                                     day. Part of tho 'road had been
     12 Broad Street                                       Rod'Bank, N. J. g this locality and there willhouse in Sabath. The lots had been owned •west side of Spring street. on theopened for use previously. The W i l l i a m K e n n e l l v I n r 149 Bro.dw.y, New Y«r&
                                                                                 different from any other,                                                      Branch avenue and four lots
                                                                                                                also be jointly by George Woods and Sam-                                      The                                                 w i i u u n i r v e n n e i i y , i n c . Teiephon. H.nover IOZO
                  ;      Phono Red Bank, 1746                           •        some unusual interior features. It uel Sabath many years. Seven of properties adjoin each other. They pavement, which was laid by the                                 Real Estate Auctioneer                  .
                                                                                 will have seven rooms, a bathroom the lots are on the south side of- were owned by Dr. Horace B. Van- S. S. Thompson company of Red
                                                                                 and modern improvements. Hard- Bank street, between Leighton and Dorn and the price was $4,600. Bank, is said to be ..one of the finest
                   •   •   •   .   .   -    ,   '     '   •    ••'   •   '               *

                                                                                 wood floors will be laid throughout. Tilton avenues, and the other three William A. Hopping was the agent ever put down in Monmouth coun- M I I I M M I M I M M M I I I t l l H M M U m
                                                                                  J  Frank Quackenbush of Pinckney lots are on River street. vThe lots in the transaction. Each of the               ty. The concrete runs from-, nine
                                                                                road, Red Bank, formerly of Atlan- are graded, sidowalks have been Branch avenue lots has a frontage to ten inches thick, which is more
                                                                                tic Highlands, i- the architect and laid and sewer mains and water of fifty feet and each of the Spring than tho contract called for. Tho
                       FUNERAL. DIRECTOR,'^                                     contractor. The house will cost mains are in the streets.
                                                                                $12,500. Mr. Howland will occupy
                                                                                                                                                                street lots has a frontage of -16',i new paving necessitated building a
                                                                                                                            Mr. Cook paid ?4,250 for thefeet. The lots vary in depth, being
                                                                                                                                                                                                     new bridge to the dnm qf the lake.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Years of Faithful Service
       FUNERAL HOME-60 E. FRONT ST. - RED BANK it. _                                          '                                                                 from 100,to 135 feet deep. One lot
                                                                                                                         ten lots. He' will build a bungalow                                               Seabright Home Rented.
                                                                                                                         on each lot. Each bungalow is to has a barn on it and all the others           Joseph S. Mount's house ' on                   In 1809 there was established         No bettor service, at more
                                                                                FOXWOOD PARK HOUSE SOLD. have five rooms, bathroom and all                           ^ vacant.                                                                      at Freehold, tl)0 County Seat seasonable charge, in an,y mat-
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Church street at Seabright has been
                                                                                                                        'improvements. The bungalows will                                            rented through Walter J. Sweeney r
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    of Monmouth, an institution ter pertaining to a real estate
                                                                                Model Dwelling Bought by Fred G. be offered for sale as fast as they
                                          The ahiolute dependence                       Dunnell cf New York.                                                        FAIR HAVEN HOUSE SOLD. -. to D. J. Porter of Brooklyn.,.., Mr.                  which, on the 'firm foundation , title, Is obtainable anywhere.
                                                                                                                         are completed.                   .                                          Porter is employed at the Furness
                                        ' that can be placed on our                 Fred G. Dunnell of New York,                                                                                                                                  ' of nbsolutaly dependable Berv-: Complete .records, duplicated
                                                                                                                                                                The Eugene J. Flood Property Sold boat works, at Seabright and! will
                                                                                who is spending the summer: with               IN THEIR NEW HOME.                      to Mri. Edward Bennett.                                                      ice in the1 making of abstracts from,tho office.of the County.
                                          Funeral Direction Service                                                                                                                                  live at Seabrfeht the year round.              and the guaranteeing of titles Clerk, and a corps of 27 em-
                                                                                relatives at Oceanport, "has bought                                                 The Eugene J. Flood property at                     « • • « > . , •   ••
                                          • tampi it at the leading or- /       for $3,1,500 the house at Foxwood Mr. and Mri.. Adam Tutai Now the corner of Fair Haven road and                           Three Bungalows Rented.                  to"J)fonmouth' County, teal es- : ployees, among: themfivelaw-
                                                                                Park which was built as a model or            Under Their Own Roof-Tree..                                                                                           tate, has grown into ono 61 the • yers, experts in title searching,
                                          ganuation for real ability.                                                                                           Church street at Fair Haven was         Three bungalows owned by Mrs;
                                                                                sample of the kind of houses de- Adam and Ewa Tutas moved this sold last week to Mrs. Edward L. Helen Murray at. Port Monmouth                                     .largest .and < bqs't-known ,title.- are always available for almost
                                                                                sired there. Foxwood Park is in         week into their new home on theBennett of Fair Haven fcr $10,-               have been rented by George J. Frei-           •organizations in New'Jersey.          instantaneous 'service to our
                                                                                Little^Silver borough, just outside north side of Houston street at 000. The property comprises about bott for the summer season to Don-                                                                 clients.                     •
                                                                                the Red Bank borough line.              Fairfield • Gardens. Mr. and Mrs.three-quarters of an acre of land ald Woods of Orange, E. Bambrick
                            A                                                        The sale of the house was made Tutes. have a plot of three' lots, and a house of nine rooms and aof Kearny and Arthur Maxson of
                    AUTO AMBULA/yCE 'SBRV/CE •                                                                                            1
                                                                                by Frank A. Morehouse. Mr. Dun- two of which" * front on Houston bathroom. Edward Hayes of Fair Edgewater.                                                            We would be pleated to »end you * booklet deicrlblng our or.
      CHAIRS AND TABLES FOR ALL OCCASIONS                                                                                                                                                                                                    '        ganiiation, our plant, our equipment, our service and our feet.
                                                                                noil, who is employed at New York street and the other fronts on Als-Haven made the sale. Mrs. Ben-                             — — A « i»
                                                                                by the Standard, oil company, ton street. The three lots adjoin nett will occupy the house after she                     Bought Two Lots at Rumion.
                                                                                 bought the property for his own         each other in the rear. Their new has made a number, of improve-               William H. Hintelman has sold
                                                                                 use. The housois on the south side home is a bungalow of five rdomsi ments to it.                     •          , two lots on the Parmly park tract
                                                                                 of Woodbine avenue. It is enclosed and a .large attic, which has just                                               at Rumson to William J, Macintosh
                                                                                 with wido shingles.and it is,oh a been completed. It is on the west-                                                of Fair Haven for $1,400. The
                                                                                 lot 75x150 feet.        It has seven ernmost of the three lots and is on CRYSTAL BEACH LOT SOLD. lots are on the east side of Park
                                                                                rooms, a bathroom and modern im- one of the highest parts of the                Clifton Reiident Buys Property on avenue and each lot is 50x168 feet.                ,                        Established 1899,
      is theNeed                                                                 provements. A garage will be built Fairfield C-.rdens tract. The bun-
                                                                                 on the lot and the cost of this is in- galow was built by John H. Cook,
                                                                                                                                                                       Which to Build a Homo.
                                                                                                                                                                    Mrs. Selima Kraft of Clifton has                                                          8-10 Coiirt Street, Freehold, N. J. f
                                                                                                                         Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Tutas have four
      of the Hour                                                                cluded in the price paid.                                                                for $850 a lot at
                                                                                                                         children, the youngest of whom was bought near Port Monmouth,Crystal
                                                                                   SALE OF TWO BUNGALOWS. brought by the stork about two corner of Beach terrace and Bay-
                                                                                                                                                                                               at the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      WRITE OR TJELEPHONE FREEHOLD 648 FOR BOOKLET
         , T T is a big problem                                                                                          weeks ago.                             side way. The property has front-
                                                                                 Ray H. Stillraan Buyi Two Eaton-
        : j | t o secure .Better                                                            town Propertiei.                                                    ages of 38 feet on Beach terrace
                                                                                                                                 A BEGINNING MADE.               and of 105 feet on Bayside way.                                                 MMMaaMMa———•••••••••••MMMMlMiaMMtM
           •*• Home Lighting.                                                        Ray H. Stillman of Eatontown
        ^Wc have anticipated                                                     has bought two bungalows on the          Firtt Dwelling at Oriole Park U InMrs. Kraft expects to build n house
                                                                                                                                 Courts of Construction.         on it for her own use, The lot was
                                                                                 state highway at that place near
          this and your need for assistance by securing                                                                                                          owned by J. Henry Walling of Port
          Wahlc Fixtures—also a book entitled "Appro-
          priatc Lighting Equipment for the Home.'.];1'
         t .Thisbookisinteresting.iostructiveandhelp-''
        . ful. It shows i i selections of Lighting Fixtures
                                                                                 his homo. The bungalows were                The first dwelling to be built at Monmouth and the sale was made
                                                                                 owned by Mrs. Anna J. de la Motte Oriole Park is being constructed on by George J, Freibott.
                                                                                 and Mr. Stillman paid $12,000 for the west side of Henry street for
                                                                                 them. Each is on a lot 100x160 Mrs. Anna Francis of White road
                                                                                 feet and each has six rooms,'a for her own occupancy. Her hus-                       MAKING OVER A HOUSE.
                                                                                                                                                                                                        ?-P'        - ' N V6UR MIRHORJ1)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Pilgrim Ihri
                                                                                 bathroom and modern improve-            band, Lloyd Francis, is engaged Jn                                                                                           Monmouth Hills                                      Highlands
    ^for-homes costingirom-$3-;ooo:co to$i^ooo?Dor-                            ments^—One-bungalow-is-occupied. the-building-and-contracting-busb-
      -*l- It shows you the kind of Fixtures that ha'r-                         by Alfred Wehr and the other is ness and he is doing the work. The                      into Four Apartment*.

         monize v^ith your Furniture and enables you to
          secure proper, appropriate and adequate Light-
                                                                                occupied by Mrs. de la Motte. Mr. bvilding will be a.bungalow, 24x40                David Shiplien is havihg altera-
                                                                                Stillman bought the properties as feet, with five rooms and, a bath- tions made to the Foster house on
                                                                                an investment. Mrs. de la Motte room. , It will have electricity, hot the east side of Prospect avenue,
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Y       OUE mirror is one
                                                                                                                                                                                                               friend that will be
                                                                                                                                                                                                        truthfully frank with                         An Excellent Restaurant
          ing in every room, ^ ^ ^ " i i j ! : ^ -..-•- •)              •'      will move to Red Bank.                   and cold water and a hot air llt'Bt- which" he bought a~few weeks' ago
                                                                                                                         ing system, The bungalow will, cost from Joseph Baker. The house,              you. However, do not                                                          •nd
     ;',| Youneed this book to secure More and Better .
          Home lighting and Equipment. You need our
          experience and advice to sec that the work is
                                                                                NEW DOCTOR_FOR RED BANK. $5,500 and it will be completed by which is a large one, is being made
                                                                                Perth Amboy Phyiician Buy« Eait September 15th.
                                                                                        Front Street Property.
                                                                                                                                                                into four living apartments, two of
                                                                                                                                                                four rooms each on the first tloor
                                                                                                                                                                                                        worry over increasing
                                                                                                                                                                                                        wrinkles or lack of                                Tea Room
          done properly,                >?j;y~                                      Dr. John L. Lund of Perth Am-
                                                                                                                                  TWO LOTS SOLD.                and two of five rooms each on the lovely hair.
                                                                                boy has bought a lot, 85x150 feet, The Buyers Were Edward Maley second story. Modern improve-                                                                                                     Opened
                                                                                on the north side of East Front                   and Charlei Hine».            ments will be put in the house.         We can improve your
      HOGAN'S ELECTRIC SHOP                                                     street, adjoining Harris Park, from                                             Harold A. Hendrickson Is the con- complexion and your
                                                                                                                             Two lots at Fairfield Gardens tractor and the cost will be $6,100.                                                                   Saturday, June 27, 1925
                                                                                the Fisher estate" for ?5,250. The were sold last week. One of the                                                      coiffure.
8 .WALLACE STREET                                                               sale was made by Frank
                                                      RED BANK, N. J. house. Dr. Lund expects A. More- lots was bought by Edward Maley,                                                                                                                     The opening of the new cement road (Nav-
                                                                                                               to build who already owns three lots on the            SALE OF A BUNGALOW.               Try one treatment then                        esink Ave.) makes Jthis with its 6 acres of lawn
                      Telephone Red Bank 389                                    a house for his own occupancy on tract and who bought another ad-                                                       note the change.
                                                                                tha lot and to practice hero. He joining-those previously bought by Port Monmouth Property Bought by                                                                 and woodland the most attractive, restful and
                   , Three ter cent of tit cost of lullimia Horn               has been a doctor at Perth Amboy him. This lot is 40x100 feet and is                    Wilion Seeley of Newark.                                                      accessible dining room on the coast, .
   ',            J should Is allowed for lighting Fixtures. V                     he past 33 years. He became in- on the west side of Commonwealth                  Wilson Seeley of Newark has
                                                                                terested in Red Bank while making avenue.
                                                                               an automobile trip through this                                              b
                                                                                                                                                                bought a bungalow of four rooms
                                                                                                                            The other lot was bought " y on Raritan nvenue at Port Mon-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            DINNER $2.OO
                                                                               town a short time ago.                    Jharles Hines of Red Bank. This mouth from Mrs. Helen Murray for
                                                                                                                         lot is 40x110 feet and is on the       $1,800, through George Freibott.
                                                                                                                                                                                                        BEAUTY SALON                                  MUSIC            DANCING 1
                                                                                      New Family at Colt'. Neck,         north side of Andover street. Mr. Mr. Seeley will use the bungalow
                                                                                    George Decher of Newark moved Hines bought the lot as a homeslte.           for a summer residence. He is an   Phon&mV87 BroodSt                                           Huddy Hotel & Development Co.
                                                                               last week to the house at Colt'B                                                 uncle of Robert N. Seeley, of Port
                                                                                                                                                                Monmouth, who is one of the com-   Reddcuifc,, Ileus Jersey                    2                            Wm. A. Murray, Frei.               ^
                                                                               Nock which he bought a short time                  Rumion Home Sold.             mitteemen of Middletown township.
                                                                                 [go from Charles Heulitt. He is Walter J. Sweeney has sold the
                                                                                having a roadside booth and auto- VanBrunt homestead property on
                                                                               mobile repair shop built on the          River avenue at Rumson to Daniel
                                                                               place. Mr. Heulitt is doing the R. .Wilson of Hoboken. The lot is
                                                                               work. He is sharing the house with 135x125 feet and the house has
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 > • • • • • • • » • • • +•
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          .   .       .   •   •                   •                    •    •

                                                                               Mr. Decher and in the fall ha will twelve rooms. Mr. Wilson paid
arises td                                                                      move to Asbury Park, where he 6,000 for the property, which he
                                                                               formerly lived.                          will use a?,a summer residence.                   Red Bank Real Estate Board Offers
                                                                                                   H. A. HENDRICKSON                                                      For Sale Two Desirable Residences
                                                                                                   CARPENTER and BUILDER
                                                                                               78 Newman Springs Ave.
                                                                                                                                                                              The Charles K. Champlin residence, formerly the Edmund Wilson residence, 10 rooms,
                                                                                                                                                                      3 baths, all improvements; 2-car garage, with a lot 95x180 on the southeast comer of McLaren
               sho loves dat Thatcher 'Twin-Fire' Range. Yo                                                                            Red Bank, N. J.
            all has coal and gas side by each, wheneveh yo                                   Telephone Red Bank 1202.J                   Eitlmatei Furnlined          street and Wilson Ten-ace. Fine lawn and privet hedges, old shade trees and hardy plants;
     wants 'cm. No wondeh nh rnin dish up lubly food fo de
     missus' fambly. Fried chickum, cohti pone, pies and                                     itllMIMMMillMltllMtMMIIIMIHIIMMMMHW
                                                                                                                                                                      flagged and curbed; Efficient heatinTgj system, front porch glass enclosure, oak floors, 2 'open
     puddins—dey all como out of de 'Twin-Fire' jest done                                                                                                             fireplaces, coal and gas ranges, city water, gas, electricity and sewer, window and door screens,
                                                                                                                                                                      window shades. The location most convenient to churches, schools, town and station. This
     magnifignntl Ain't nothin' else but! And'at Porcelain
     Enamel Finish—hot dawg! It sho. makes mnh kitchen
     sparkle!"         .
                                                                                             | New York and Keansburg                                                 is a particularly desirable purchase, price and terms right.
                                           THEcenter action, Ui'.i quickly hented
                                           by a
                                                 larRC nm oven of the Thntcher
                                              "Twin-Kirt" Range
                                                                shupc burner of
                                                                                                                    SEASON 1925                                                                          •   '                    '       v       "   •   '   '   •

                                                                                                                                                                             A residence with 10 rooms and bath, alii improvements, and garage: built for all the year
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      •   •

                                           greater capacity than the otilinwy type                          Effective Saturday, May 30th                              occupancy; 150 feet front on road and Shrewsbury River by about 300 feet deep. Attractive,
                                           It henta the oven with equal intensity •
                                           Initrad of conceritrnUni; htnt nt tlic bot-                               (Now York Time)
                                                                                                                                                                      residential section. A BARGAIN.                     -
                                           tom. "Twin-Fire" hns no nickrl trim-
                                           mings to tarnish. All holts, door hingej
                                           and pipca nre concealed.
                                                                                                                                                                                Can be shown by the following Realtors:
                                                                                                         LEAVE BATTERY NEW YORK
                                                 Html fir illmtiHtd Rtntr hmkhl
                                                                                                 WEEK DAYS—9i3O, 10i30 a. m.| 2,00, 8i30 p. m.                                 ALLAIRE & SON                                           HENDRICKSON & STOUT
                                           THEtllATCHliR COMPANY                                 SATURDAYS—Bi3O, 10i30 a. m.| 2tOO, Bi30, 81OO p. m. '
                                                    FtiTtntrly 'lhjhhtr I'urknti Co,             SUNDAYS and HOLIDAYS—0.30, 10.30 a. m.| liOO, 2.00,                              60 Broad St.                              <               67-71 Broad S t
                                                             (ilncilnio                              *   0130, 8.00, Oi3O p. in.                        ?
                                                    39-41 St. I'ratuli Street                                                                                                HAWKINS BROTHERS                                              HYL1N & SALZ
                                           Cl>l»«n, 111. . NnWAHK.N.J.       NfwYorV
                                                                                                                LEAVE KEAN.S.BURG                                               10 Monmouth St.                                               42 Broad St.
                                                                                                 WEEK DAYS—7iOO a. m,» 12i00 m.| 3i30, fl.00 p. m.                           WILLIAM A HOPPING                                          A. L. IVINS AGENCY
                                                                                                 SATURDAYS—7i00 a. m.| IStOO m.| 3i30, 8.00, 8i00, •>                                                                                         42 Broad St, .
                                                                                                    • IOIOO p, mi                                                                 49 Broad St.
                               BOILERS'EURNACES-RANGES                                            SUNDAYS and HOLIDAYS—7.00, lliOO a. m.| 12i00 ra.|
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    LAND & LOAN COMPANY
                                                                                                     4i00, 5i3O, 8100, IOiOO p. m,                  :.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        NEWTON DOREMUS, Prtildent
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              10 Ed.t Front St.
                                                                                               KEANSBURG STEAMBOAT CO.
It pays to advertise in the Register.                                                                                                   milllllWIMM                                                                                                           m^
                                                                                                                                                                                    RED BANK REGISTER, JULY 8, ,1925.)
                                                                                                                    Pl'orit R.d Bank 1121./
 |tfci i n t u i t «( »n« «IMM o( Iftrnnt
     Roblgiin, dtciuid.
         to cradliora ta trotnt clttmi
                                                                                 HAVE YOU                                                                                WILLS OF THREE WOMEN. Maa GetlAN EASY Dajr for Turn- The Udlta' A i r T otjfiWS.I*n . d a the Fourth andof New York" Mr.
                                                                                                                                                                                                        |1O.BO a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 JOB.               LINCROFT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   daughter Lucille
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Sunday ,wjth
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              and Mrs. Joseph,Woodward.
                                                                                                                                                                         ESTATES CO MOSTLY TO CHIL ' In order Eltetrle Switch. ' of                              N.w Member U t t W.elt.
        um't to thi order of Joitpti U
        r. «orroi«t« of tS» Comity «I
        ulb, madi on tki tutnty-thlril. d»r
                                                                                 Headache?                                                                                                                                       to prevent « .strike                                           Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lange'ndorf
                                                                                                                                                                          DREN AND GRANDCHILDREN. electriclaiis working on Asbury The ladles' aid society met last last week visited their nephew, Wil- ?olai, Grippp, Flu(!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   U « pr«ieriBU«» fo»v
                                                                          EM* bum or tUb J
      »,., lOStf, en tbf application g»
      tick \y., Boblmon, tuculor of thi                         Dp Ibijr'lMl Uraii.w.alraliitdl
                                                                                                                      • J t g . W . X n r ' SrTTBff'
                                                                                                                                                                         The Will. W . ~ T h o . « of Mr*.           Park's new high school, 'Earlo D. Thursday at the chapel, with Mrs. liam Carney of Holmdel, who is tick Bilioui Fwer JKQA
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            George C. Rlchdale and Mtt. Ray- with blood. poisoning.
     i ol D i i i i M t". Jlpblnion, d.««»Hd.
 illot It hutby iiivtn 40 tha oridlton of                       II as, Ba« tour tajrtt wamlnadi                    Associate this firm with                                 Alie..M. Edwardi, Mr.. ArnwnU Me Clary, the general cbnttractor, mond Cpnklin as hostesses. Mrs. Harry Sprung has had- a new                            It KUU tl>. C r m .
 jjd teetHtt Ui whlblt ,to th« •upaerHyr,                         four gluaa• oia* oatd • ebani*. J                                                                         L. Mcllvaln. and Mr.. EdnafBi            was forced to hire a'union'man at
 «euto» at aforiiald,'tn«lr dibtiand <!••                                                                          durable work At low cost.                                                                         J10.5O'ptjr day of eight hours to George Clayton, who. recently porch put on his house on tho
                                                                                                                                                                            Reed—Keepaalcet to Grandum '
.uili « d n i t th» tild «•*•», unit* oith,                 STILES & CO.                                                                                                                                             turn on an electric switch in the      moved here from Red Bank, was re- Middletown road. '
rlHitn alx montbi iron) thi dati of thi
'?MI«W order, or > thty, will bi fonvtr
 irnd of thtjlr »etlon» therefor ajalnit                        Philadelphia Ey» SptoIalltU
                                                                                                                                                                            Mrs. Alice M. Edwards of Lo'pg morning and turn it 'oft again at ceived as a member of the society.                  Most of the Bsparagus growers
                                                                                                                                                                          Branch left to her son, John Percy night, requiring not more than ten After the business meeting a so-have "plowed off" their crops. Last
                                                            t » National Bank Bldf, R M m 2a
                                                            Evary Wtdaaaday Houra I to « p A .
                                                                                                                  THE H. SMITH CO.,                                       Edwards, his father's gold watch seconds'of time. After turning cial season wag enjoyed.                            week asparagus was selling s f 16             THE ROAD
                ITREDKRIOK W. B0BW80N,                                                                                                             j                     and chain and other jewelry. Tho on the switch the man sat around                    Several residents of this place a dozen bunches and the price
           to Advertise in tbe Hegitter,                                                                     Fa}r Haven                            New Jeney              will -was made last April, when for the rest of the eight hours un- have called the past week on Mrs. throughout the season was uni-
                                                                                                                                                                         Mr». Edwards's son was away from til it wai time to turn off theDavid Huston of Red Bank, who formly good.', The asparagus                                        A splendid tire
                                                                                                                                                                         Long Branch. The will set forth switch. Mr. MeCJary'at first re- returned home last week from a growers are about the only farmers
                                                                                                                                                                         that In case John Percy Edwards fused to hire 'the man but when hospital at Washington, where she who have made good-profits this                                 with a tread
                                                                                                                                                                         did not return to Long Branch be;Afi-Wss faced with the possibility underwent an operation for tumor. season                                                      that holds the
    World's Greatest BOF                                                                                                                                                 fore his mother s deaths Mrs. £d* ~ a W k e ^
                                                                                                                                                                         wards': brother-in-law, David J, of a
                                                                                                                                                                         Edwards, was to Bell all the furni- on the building he acceded to, the
                                                                                                                                                                         ture, rugs, books, etc., and pay the demand.
                                                                                                                                                                         funeral expenses. ,        '•    ,.'•'• '•'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Mr*^_Huitcn__wa«_formerly Miss XaJLpjsJLukeJLonjsheadfor any
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Lydia' Thompson of Lineroft.      sort of want.,'ke specialiieTiirsfr
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Mr. and Mrs. Weber and" their kinds.—Advertisement.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           durable and
                                                                                                                                                                            Mrs. Armenia. L. Mcllwaine of
                                                                                                                                                                         Manalapan township made her will                                                                                                                                  dependable*
            •    '   .    •    ;   $        •
                                                                                                                                                                         four years Bgo. She left. $1,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            John Hansen.
                                                                                                                                                                         each to her two daughters, Leona
                                                                                                                                                                         M. Ewart and Minnie B. Snyder.
                                                                                                                                                                         She left $600 each to two grand-
                                                                                                                                                                         daughters, Vera L. Ewart,. and
                                                                                                                                                                         Roberta F.. Snyder. iTo a grand-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                i Charge for Chedcing Accounts! "                                                                       Fho)M?2R
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     42 Weit Front Stxtct

                                                                                         Freight and Tax Extra                                                           son; Carlisle Snj'der, she left all
                                                                                                                                                                         her shares of the Englishtown bank.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   " We make no charge for checking accounts, whether they,                                               Goodrich
                     tor the HUDSON .'COACH                                                                                                                              Mrs.' Mcllwaine's husband, Robert                       are sinall'or'large.                                               .       ,         ,
                              Throughout Hudson's Iong-timepolicy of giving greatest value
                                                                                                  '                      .     "r          '
                                                                                                                                                                         C. Mcllwaine, is to have most of
                                                                                                                                                                         the furniture in the'house; and his
                                                                                                                                                                         wife's interest in any personal prop*
                                                                                                                                                                         ertythat was outside of the house.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        We wJelcome ALLi checking accounts, no matter how small.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Small accounts sometimes grow into very large accounts, but
                              for the money, this is the lowest price, the finatt Hudson, the
                              greatest valoa Hudsoft ever offered OaJy Hudson's exclusive
                              advantages of the furious patented Super-Six principle > com*.
                                                                                                                                                                         Aaron Reid Snyder, a grandson, is
                                                                                                                                                                         to have a four-post bedstead which
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 this is not the chief reason why small accounts are welcomed by,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  the Merchants Trust Company.                                 -                    ;
                              bined with the world's largest production of 6-cylinder cars                                                                               belonged to his grandfather, Aaron
                              make It po««Ale. By greater margins than ever before it is                                                                                 H. Reid, and he is also to have Ws
                                                                                                                                                                         grandfather's, gold watch and chain                     !
                              today the ^Worltfa Greatest Buy."                                                                                                                                                                          The principal reason why we welcome small checking ac-
                                                                                                                                                                         and, his iron safe. This grandson is
                                                                                                                                                                         also to have $3,000 when he be-                          counts-is because this bank wishes to be of greatest service to
                                                                                                                                                                         comes 21 years old. All the house:                       the1 people of this community.
                                                                                                                                                                         hold goods not specially, devised
                                                                                                                                                                         Mrs. Mcllwaine'a two daughters.                               ^Small. checking accounts represent thrift. They represent)
                                                                                                                                                                         All the rest of the estate is to bo                            o;i^i ^ h T p a r t T i i f depositois^tokeeptheiraecountsin-the-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                n ^ eisni r e ^^rri?^-«s^.-h«-('dgpositore to-keep-their-aecounts-in4he-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          T       ••    ' 1   1   •   ^   ^        .      1          i>
                                                                                                                                                                         divided equally .among. Mrs. 'Mc-                        best and safest way. We are glad to help persons make a start
                                                                                                                                                                         llwaine's husband and her1 two
                                                                                                                                                                         daughters and these three were                           along this road, o ' . . . • /                                                    ;
                                                                                                                                                                         made executors of the wjjl.            •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              If you contemplate opening a checking account, the Mer-
                                                                                                                                                                           •The will of Mrs. Edna B; Heed
                                                                                                                                                                         of Asbury Park was made/six                      chants Trust Company will be glad to serve you.         .
                                                                                                                                                                         years ago. She left ?100 to
                                                                                                                                                                         Pointville cemetery to keep, her
                                                                                                                                                                         burial plot in' good order and she
                                                                                                                                                                         ordered her executors to put a
                                                                                                                                                                         tombstone- at her grave, but not
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                MERCHANTS TRUST CO.
   Hudson-Essex World's Largest Selling 6-Cylinder Car,                                                                                                                  one that was too - expensive. She                62 Broad Street                                                 Red Bank. N.
                                                                                                                                                                         left a mortgage on property on
                                                                                                                                                                         Sunset avenue, Asbury. Park, to                        Start a Stviiifa Account with ui and be independent In your old mge.
   KENWOOD MOTOR SALES GO^Iric.                                                                                                                                          three grandchildren, Norman W.
                                                                                                                                                                         Reed, Milton L. Reed and Dora
                lie Monmouth Street                                                               Red Bank, N.                                                           G. Reed, with their mother, Oli-
      "<    •        : : • " •         ..       .       •        I       T e l e p h o n e 131O       • •'    '                    '                                     vette L. Reed, .as trustee, of the
                                                                                                                                                                         fund. All the rest of her prop-
                                                                                                                                                                         erty she left in equal shares to her
                                                                                                                                                                         three children, Traverse- B. Reed,
                                                                                                                                                                         B. Frank Reed and Leon H. Reed,
                                                                                                                                                                         and Traverse R. Reed was named
                                                                                                                                                                         as executor.

                                                                                                                                                                           TOWN'S BUILDING PERMITS.
                                                    .       \        .

                                        Our special offei'ings during our July Sale in both suites
                                        and odd pieces-are Values you will be quite unable to
                                                                                                      .                                        .       •     .   .   .
                                                                                                                                                                         Eight were Iaaued Lj.t Week
                                                                                                                                                                         "      Amounting to $19,
                                                                                                                                                                           Eight building permits were is-
                                                                                                                                                                         sued last week by Charles A, Frake,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          nos a-"oummsr
                                        resist. Last week's sale on reed and fibre furniture was                                                                         building inspector, of Red Bank.
                                       greater than we dreamed of and for those who did not                                                                              The permits, d which 'amounted ttf
                                                                                                                                                                         $19,690, air« as follows:
                                       _getin^we are continuing our reed and fibre sale this week                                                                          Frame ..garage,    188 Oakland     atreet.
                                       with ouFdiscounTo"f f r o m —        —*~ — > ~ — : . : . . : -                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  '•Sk
                                                                                                                                                                          owner.     " -r~~ '       - ~       '    '
                                                                                                                                                                             Frame garage, 20 Union etnet, S i l J
                                                                                        to 25$ Off.                                                                      Icci. coat 150. John Lartaud owner.
                                                                                                                                                                             Frame-sarase, Sd'Sunaet avenua, 12xlt
                                                                                                                                                                          feit, coit J160. Robert U Cook, owuar
                                                                                                                                                                         .and builder^
                                                                                                                                                                             Frame Baarse. S2 Loouat avanua. SSrZO
                                                                                                                                                                          feet,- coit 11,000.     Charlaa M/Beattia
                                                                                                                                                                          owner, Edzar Smith builder.
                                                                                                                                                                             Hollow tile bulldlnr, Oakland and Weit                                                                                                                                     y.'H
                                                                                                                                                                          dtreeti, 29x108 feet, coat 118,000. Charlei
                                                                                                                                                                          Ltwlt owner and George W, Sawlni bulld-

                                                                                                                                                                            Addltlon to dwelling-, 154 West Berjtn
                                                                                                                                                                         place, coit X230. Thomas Lorii o m «
                                                                                                                                                                         and Charlei Hembllnl builder.
                                                                                                                                                                            Extemlon to garage, 250 Spring atregt,
                                                                                                                                                                         4x12 feet, coat 1100. I. J. Trubln owner
                                                                                                                                                                          nd G. H. Fenn builder.
                                                                                                                                                                            Extension to garage, SS Weit itreet,
                                                                                                                                                                         9x1 > feet, coat $60. Robert Klnsibury
                                                                THIS BEAUTIFUL WALNUT SUITE 1 Ofi.00                                                                                            r
                                                                This particular fine arrangement is a'Queen Anne l O v                                                   BUILDING AT WILMORT PARK.
                                                                suite and you will bo delighted with them, ThiB is art exceptional                                       New Homo Going Up There for                                                                                                                            »\                      ! • ' •

                                                                value.                                                                                                    Lawrence Murphy of Red Bank.
  N              Couch Hammock                                                                                                                                             . White > Brgs. of Red Bank are
  Made of khaki duck.                   Q.75
  Stands extra, 4.95.                   •*
                                                                                                                                                                         building a bungalow at Wilmort
                                                                                                                                                                         park in Middletown township, near
                                                                                                                                                                         Red Bank, for Lawrence Murphy of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           First Of 411 >* The Refreshment Set
                                                                                                                                                                         West Front street. The house will                        li b really a daily necessity in the summer home              SET ILLUSTRATED—Consists of a covered
                                                                                                                                                                         bo 22x28 feet and will have five                         where unexpected guests are apt to dxop in at any             half-gallon jug and six tall glasses. All in a lovely
                                                                                                                                                                         rooms. It will be a semi-bungalow                        hour of the day or evening. Then—ice-chilled
                                                                                                                                                                         type and will be enclosed with                                                                                         crystal glass, coolly crackled in effect 3.98.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  drinks effectively served are the first thought of            Other sets, 2.00 to 12.50. Sippers, 6 for 2 5 c
                                                                                                                                                                         weatherboards. The house will cost                       the hostess.                        '             j
                                                                                                                                                                         $3,000, Mr, Murphy will occupy                                                                                         The wicker tray, 4J25. Other trays, 2.00 to §75.
                                                                                                                                                                         the dwelling when it is completed,
                                                                                                                                                                         Wilmort Park was formerly the
                                                                                                                                                                         Monmouth county fair grounds;
                                                                                                                                                                           KNOLLWOOD'S NEW HOUSE.                                                      "B bwlsfor Flo wen                                     'Berry Sets
  No. 2 Couch Hammock                                           A WALNUT DINING ROOM SUITE                                                                                                                                                            Styles and varieties to became                   That can be used now for rasp-
  In grey or khnki color. Next
  heavier grade of duck. 1 0 7 5                                In tudor stylo as pictured with hand-rubbed satin
                                                                finish chairs to match. 5 chairs and arm $30.00 extra.
                                                                                                                                           120,00                        It U Being- Built There for Jay
                                                                                                                                                                           . Stout of Atlantic Highland*.
                                                                                                                                                                             A house of colonial design cost-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      the Bradom beauty of every
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      summer bloom are featured
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      here. In particular, the English
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       berries or strawberries, and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       later on for any of the slewed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       or fresh frtiits of summer.
  Stand extra        ... * «                                                                                                                                                                                                                          pottery bowl illustrated at the
                                                                                                                                                                         ing $10,000 is going up at Knoll-                                                                                             Made of Nippon china and '
                                                                                                                                                                         wood for Jay Stout, • son of Jona-                                           left It is obtainable in tan to                  decorated in gold and cream
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      blend with the brilliant gold of                 color, the set shown here con-
                                                                                                                                                                         than X, Stout of Atlantic High-                                              the marigold or in a lo»ely,                     lists of bowl and six sauceri,
                                                                                                                                                                          lands. Tho house will have «ix                                              rosy pink. Different sices, 65c                  priced at 5.00. Others, 3,50 to
                                                                                                                                                                          rooms, a sunparlor and n bath                                               to 2.00.                                         15.00.
                                                                                                                                                                          room, and will bo provided wlt'\
                                                                                                                                                                         modern improvements. There will
                                                                                                                                                                          be a fireplace in the living room.
                                                                                                                                                                          The homo will bo completed In the
                                                                                                                                                                          fall. Philip Leonard Is tho contrac
                                                                                                                                                                         tor,        ____J^___                                                                                                           Salad Fork and
                                                                                                                                                                            Hatty Crotn'i Advlca to Women.                                                 The Freezer
  No, 3 Couch Hammock                                                                                                                                                        The late Hetty Grcon, who cm
                                                                                                                                                                         ployed tho bulk of her fortune in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         for "Daily Use                                       Sp oon
  Grey or khaki color, • | ji^Q                                                                                                                                                                                                                       U h li to make the most                          With ulad on practically every
                                                                                                                                                                         real eitate mortgngo investments of                                          delicious of creams with the                     menu except th« breakfait, tht
  with head rest           **                                                                                                                                            tho best class, gave to women her
  No. 4 Couch Hummock • 1 Q.BO                                                      UNEQUALLED VALUES                                                                    advice thus:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      least effort, then it must be                    need for the proper ipoon-and-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       fork service li very evident. We
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      marked, "Aulo Vacuum." No
       with pnddod back * » '                                                       in Fine Floor Covering*                                                                  "Let every woman first ie« tlint                                         cranking or turning. Simply                      tre showing an unusually varied
  No. 8 Couch Hammock 9 0 1 0                                   Deep, (o/t^ndcr-Zoot comfort. Long luxurious n»pa of many                                                hor husband provides a roof that i«                                          fill the cream anil ice compart-                 Miortment—In celluloid «-i in
                                                                handsome designs at tho lowcit prices.                                                                   ownrid for tho family, then Invcit                                           ments and wilbin forty-five                      the decorated act it 2.25 illus-
      Sun(a»t atrip canvai. * • "                                                                                                                                                                                                                     minutes the treat it ready.                      trated—uid In horn or o1lv«
                                                                                                                                                                         I'D red estate. It Is the collateral                                         Priced .comlirij to ilie, 1, 2, 3,               wood. Priced from 40c to 2.25
                                                                                                                                                                         to be preferred abova all other* and                                         or 4 quart                                       the Kt,
                     You Will: Always Do Better. At                                                                                                                      the Hfeit posalblo meant of Invest-
                                                                                                                                                                         ing money ulilo from tho bonds of

                ROBERT HANCE & SONS
                                                                                                                                                                         our government." ,                                                                            EXPRESS ELEVATORS TO T H E SEVENTH JU30K

                                                                                                                                                                              Bought Two Loll at Rumion.
                                                                                                                                                                             Edward Schmltt of Irvlngton h>«
                                                                                                                                                                         bought two loti on the wait ilda
                                                                                                                                                                         of L«nnox avenue on the P«mly
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   L. BAM BERG ER & CO;
            , 12 Broad Street                                                     Red Bank, New Jersey                                                                   Pjtrle tract *t Rum«on for f 1,400.
                                                                                                                                                                         Esch lot Is 00x108 feet. Mr.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    O»e of oftnerica'threat                           Stores'                 - ,
                                                                                                                                                                         Bohmltt will build * homo on the

                                                                                                                                                           »< •                      V,'
                         Paere Four                                                                                                                  RED BANK REGISTER, JULY 8, 1926.
                                                            state, Mr. Whitney is already try the party who were not for Arthur WESTERN FARM TROUBLES. tricts south, where potatoes are not oats, barley or flax, A lfttlt'
                       THE RED BANK REGISTER. ing.to get clear of the badgepinnc
                                              tho anti-saloon league has
      . I , JOHN H.' COOtt, Editor ind Publllh.t.
                                                                            whlc                   "Whitney in tho primary, but whoSmall Cropi, Dlictiei, Iniect Paitt grown as a farm crop. A i a whole may be seeded in the f a l l 1ftfot
                                                                                                   followed their" own belief aa to who                                          the Quality of Minnesota potatoes much com i» grown. For spring
                                                                                                                                                   and Stlckjr Soili.            is poor and bring* the lowest prices wheat they nover plow potato
      B*,if OKORQB a HANOB. Auooliti Editor.                on him; but'the ahtl-saloon lcagui would be the best Republican can
                                                            Insists that Arthur Whitney Is thci: didate for governor. There was A To the Editor of The Register:
                      THOMAS CRVHtS BROWKi
                            Oolltlll. MiBM.ri               own genuine Baby Bunting am sample of this animosity at the Re-
                                                                                                                                                                                 in the city markets.' They are ground but dlio it, and wed.in
                                                                                                                                             The surprising thing about the rough and "dirty," for scab i i com- March, if pOMlbje. •                      • ' \                   ALEXANDER p .
                                                            that they are going hunting to gel publican county committee meeting growing of potatoes for winter con« mon and their black gumbo soils                              The Minnesota potato \growen                                                l
                      J«l.pbon«i>—R«d Bink I t
                                     R«d Biaic 18V0         him 'whatever1 he wants—and-whal in Mortmouth county, when an sumption by'tho farmers of Mlnne-r make it impossible for them to ship must Aght diseases and inieot* by
                                                                                                  effort was made to throw out Edgar sota la the time Of seeding. I was a bright, clean-surfaced potato.                       spraying. Lqnd > ,BQ,cheap that
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Real Estate and Insurance < ^
                  Enter.d at th« eoitafflea i t Red Sink, the anti-saloon league wants.            I. Vltndervccr as chairman of thein Minnesota and Wisconsin, from                The total acreage seeded to po- they cant afford ^to use feruliier,
               Hi J.» a* itcond class matter.                               A ». •
                                                                                                  county' conunitteo because he          June 14th to 21st and found them tatoes in Minnesota alone la up-The state experlment.-farm i i n a b                                68-64 BROAD STREET                    RED BANK, ;N. X
                           Subscription i'rluit                Then there is the Burdette G, wasn't an Arthur Whitney man a t            planting their crops of late pota. wards of 300,000. One county
               On« r » r
               Six nontfai
                                  i              U.JO
                                                      75   Lewis matter in Ocenn county, the primary. According to reports toes—in fact considerable acreage alone in the welt side of the state ing tests of BBed, fertilizer, insectl<                                           '       Fire, Life, Accident, Tornado attd ' ' ,
               Tht«« montht             .;......   ..<& which is likely to hurt Mr. Whitney of this meeting, Mrs. Lewis' S. this year was planted after Juno in the Bed River Valley plant* over
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               cldes, etc., on a big scale, for the
                                                             n every part of the state. Sen Thompson' declared that Mr. Van-             20th. The reason given for lato 60,000 acres. But they only have potatoes of all America could "b«                                            ,   Plate GIBM Iniurance      •      - '
                   WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1925.                ator Thomas A. Mathls of Ocean d'orvoer was not nn Arthur Whitney seeding may be summed up in two fifteen to twenty barrels of pota- grown in the Northwestern ata{ei
                                                           county was chairman of the appro' man at the primary and that; there- words. "Weather conditions." I toes per acre to ship out of thealone, so vast Is the acreage'avail,
                                                           printions committee in the last ses- fore he was not a suitable man towanted the scientific reason and to s t a t e . . •• ••• .                                    able fox clearing and cropping in
                            TOWN TALK.
                                                           sion of the legislature and he gotbo chairman of the connty commit- visited the department of "Acricul-
                  The Register does not print Un. big appropriations for Mr. Lewis's                       b
                                                                                                                  ij         i
                                                                                                                                                                                                    • ..... . . . . , ; • .

                                                                                                                                         ture at St. Paul, whore I j n e j Hugh. , Minnesota's vast fields of black
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               the future.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Thoron McCampbell.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               StHPaulrMinnesotu,—                   1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  The Aspdin Company
     "—signed auiniuiiiiaUioiis. Tills Is Ticpirrtment—of—institutions mrsi                                                              J, Hughes, the"best informed man pr»irie-Jand-are o!d-lake~bottoinr ,July 1,1925.                                       '."'i5,1
              the rule cf nlmost all ndwspapers. agencies. Senator Mathis's term                                                         I1'had the pleasure of talking with and hero the soils are so sticky that                                                             8 White Street        Phone 1129 Red Bank, N. J.
              The Register is always,glad to re-runs out this year and Mrs. Lila                     That is certainly a new idea in while in' the Northwestern empire the^_ must _not .be; -trampod - o t                              Legion Hams Officials.
              ceive and print u communication, on W. Thompson ran against him forRepublican politics. Mrs. Thomp- of the U. S. A. Mr. Hughes Is worked while, wet. The county                                                                                                                         DISTRIBUTORS FOR                <',"' T
              any toVc of interest, but tlie article the nomination for senator.' Mrs. on's effort to defeat Mr. Vander- commissioner of markets for the roads are hot:used by autos after elected prcsidont of the board of      E. Donald T erner has been
              must be. signed with tho.fin.me and Thompson's husband is> Joseph M, 'eer failed, -but Mr. Yanderveer state and formerly was editor of the rains, as tho I wheels will spin as if governors of tho Belmar American                                              , Join W . M a i u r y * Son       Emll Caiman Company " r
              addressof tftd writer, and the name Thompson, who was an inspector tvas re-elected chairman of the Re-leading farm weekly in tho North on grease and it is utterly impos- legion home, \vh,ich will be ono of                                                     Atlantic Varnish Works           Carlw Whit. Lead Co.
              and address are attached to the1 Burdette G. Lewis's department. ublican county committee only by country. He took ma to the Exper- sible to steer an automobile on atho most pretontioui homes In the
                                                             1                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Rlehard E. Thlbaut Wallpaper
              communication .when it is printed in Ir. Thompson took his wife around                                                                                                          country road.
                                                                                                     close shave. Many 'Republicans imental farm and went to great wet gumbo there is a potatoIn these' state; Cyras D. Honco is vice pres-
                                                                                                                                                                                black soils                           disease
              the paper. •                                 rhon she went about the county at )f Mohmouth county have taken pains to give me accurate informa- causing black stems arid withered ident and Fred Eftgiman secretary.
                                 •       *       V   +    night; on her campaign trips. Mr. .his attack on Mr. Vanilviyetr and tion on farming and marketing vines. .In'the "cut over" country.
                 Several times a year Trio Regis- Thompson was sent out of the state, ;his effort to throw him out.of the problems in Minnesota.
             ter print3 this information. Yet al- presumably to keep him from help- position he had'held many years,                                                            grow, they can raise Cobbler pota-                          THEATRICAL
             jpost every week one or more let- ing his> wife in her campaign s an intimation of what is going in raising late potatoes in Minne- toes which are fairly clean' and                                                    CLEANERS and DYERS
             ters are received with no name igninst Mathis. As soon as the .0 happen to every Republican who sota," he said, "especially in".the smooth.- Tho potato farmers plow                                                     WORK CALLED FOR AND ,
      .'. Bigned to them or with "a fictitious irimary was over and Mathis had wasn't for Mr. Whitney at the pri-Red River Valley, is the tendency to only about four inches deep. They                                           Offlci SI Monmoutb 81. T a t M0-W! |
      t naraa attached. During the past rori the nomination for senator, mary, in the event of Mr. Whitney excessively rapid growth. This may sow no cover crops. In the spring
             two or three weeks.an unusual num- Hr. .Thompson was fired out of his .eing elected governor. The at- cause different                           results—growth they may plant on potato ground
             ber of such letters have Leen re- ob "for the good of the service." tack on Mr. Vanderveer, even if itcracks, hollow heart o r . recond
             ceived in which there was :iothi»g                            • *•                 wasn't successful, must certainly growth. The early varieties seem
            to indicate the 'identity of the That action isn't setting very well heer tip those Republicans who to be peculiarly Busceptible to
            jvriter. In publishing communica- it the stomachs of many of the Re- upported' Mr. Whitney at the pri-growth cracks. This is probably                                        PUBLIC SALE
            tions in The Register, the namo and (ublicana of the state. They dont nary. It must give them cause for due to the manner in which the                                                                          —OF—                                   .,«*
             address of the writer is always hink that for a man to help his iclief that it will be tholr day if growth process takes place in the                                     Farm Stock, Machinery and House Furnishings I
            printed with tho'article, in order ife get an office to which she ,Ir. Whitney becomes governor, tuber. Apparently the inner cells
                                                                                                                                                                                                      on tho MALCOLM TILTON FARM
            that the readers of The Register ispires is a particularly good rea- nd that the old-line Republicans grow faster than the outer and
            may know whose views are repre- ;on for firing that man out of his i-ho have held public' jobs in the cause a rupture of the skin and of Between Hodden's Corner and Bplford on the Beltord Road near the
            sented.                                                                               last will be sent to the rear.        the outer part of the tuber. In                                  Old Southern Railroad Track.
                                                          lublic job. That is the way many
                                                                                                                                        other varieties the opposite process
                                * • *                      iien regard the 'firing of Mr.
     l_ Communications giving the views Thompson, and they dont like tho
                                                                                                                  * * *
                                                                                                    However,' it's a long, long way to
                                                                                                                                        seems to occur with the result that           FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1925 •*:«*»
             or opinions of an individual, in- Burdette Lewis-Senator Mathis ;ho November ' election and Mr. we have hollow heart.                                                      The undersigned will sell to the highest bidder the following prop-
            tonded for publication in The Reg- brand of Republican politics.                     Whitney may overcome some of               "We seed about the middle of erty listed in part as follows:                                            -.. '••
            ister, should be reasonably short.                             • • •                  he obstacles and,perils which have June, first to mature the crop suffi-              FARM STOCK—black mare, good worker and driver.
         , The communication should be writ-                                                                                            ciently for market purposes before              MACHINERY—spring wagon, disc harrow, cart, mowing machine,                                               Use it onporches^ decks*'
         ' ten on only one side of the paper                  And Burdette G. Lewis doesn't >een placed in his path. At the frost; second to avoid such early two-row marker, acme harrow, weeder, one-horse cultivatoraand plows,                                                               floors, doorsteps, boats*
         land sent to The Register office. seem to be any flm-^xjpular in the                     ame time', if there ever waB amaturity that the potatoes will be two-horse plows, dump body, about one ton fertilizer, extra good rubber,
          , The name and address of the writer state anyway. Lots* of folks dont ;andidate who had a right to' pray forming ffluring tho time of our                            tired buggy, steel tire buggy, set heavy work harness, two sets lght                                             etc. Dries hard over*
         • should be attached to the article. like the way he runs things and ;o be saved from his friends, that usual August-September dry weath- single harness, garden seed drill, new cider press, corn Btieller, grind-                                                                     night Alustrousjtough*'
            The Register welcomes such com- they dont like the idea of putting                   :andidate seems to be the Honor- er. Usually about the middle of stone, a lot of ladders, about twenty-five bushels corn, one ton. alfalfa
            munications. So does almost every such tremendous power as Lewis ible Arthur Whitne'y.                                                                              hay, one ton straw, hoeB, forks, Bhovels and articles too numerous to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 elastic* durable finish,
                                                                                                                                          September we have lainB that pene-
            other newspapef. Such communi- possesses in any one man's hands. (Town Talk continued on.page 16.) trate the ground to a depth of sev- mention.                            tion.           ,                                                                                         absolutely water*aad«
            cations receive immediate and cour- People who are behind Burdette G.                                                                                                       HOUSE FURNISHINGS-^-Cook stove, < three-burne* oil stove, two
                                                                                                                                        eral inches and if the potatoes have kitchen tables, chairs, cooking utensils and glassware; a lot of dishes                                             weather-proof.        ""
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     '" "
            teous attention, while no heed is Lewis in New Jersey are "whooping Morgan Overhead Croning Opened. just set at the time\these rains be- including one full set of chinaware, lamps, large rug, 11.3x12, fine
            given to anonymous letters.                   er up" for Arthur Whitney, and it The new ' overhead crossing on gin, they go on rapiBly to maturity
                                                         is taken for granted that the elec- he state highway at Morgan was without second growth."                             condition.        .                                       ,               •-
                                                         tion of Whitney will give Lewis hrown open to traffic last week.                                                           ANTIQUES—including a mahogany •(sideboard, two settees' and- a
        }*'' The Register is also glad to re- even more power than he now pos-                                                              Two other surprising things I number of other pieces; mahogany drop leaf table, eight mahogany
                                                                                                The new crossing eliminates the ound: They use no fertilizer at straight back chairs and two rockers,,mahogany piano, Jacobs Brothers
       t' ceive items of news or articles re- sesses.                This belief,'together with                                                                                 make; several good carpets, dining room table, and 6 dining chairs, roll
        ' lating to improvements, or ciles of the dismissal of Joseph M. Thomp- ailroad grade crossing at Morgan all and each farmer grows only 7 top desk, morris chair, looking glasses and pictures, a number of stands,
       I property, or any other events or son of Ocean county, are making nd will make a great improvement to IB acres. Their average yield is two parlor stoves, porch swing, porch chairs,* a number, of odd chairs,
                                                                                                in traffic conditions between Kty- about 100 bushels per acre. Of this
       > happenings which would be of in- some folks wonder where the people                                                                                                    couch, clocks, two bedroom suites, rockers and chairs,, toilet sets,: hair                      THE LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS OF PAINT AND'PAINT
                                                                                                   ort and South Amboy.' "              acre yield about ten bushels are re-
        ','te.rest' to the readers of the paper. of New Jersey will "get .off at" if                                                                                                               feather                              white
                                                                                                                                        tained for seed, ten bushels are mattresses' andbedroom beds, box springs,pillows, enamel wardrobe, bed,      and brass
           The name and address of the writer •Whitney should be elected gover-                      The Register every week prints a culls, ten bushels are never dug and white enamel                        suite, bedding,                 large                 hall             MATERIAL IN MONMOUTH COUNTV-
       . should always accompany such' news nor.                                                  ull list of household good's and twenty bushels are consumed by the rack, music, cabinet, a number of small rugs, stair carpet and hall
           items, but the name" and address is                            • *•                  other articles for sale and wanted.                                             runners and articles too numerous to mention.                        • ,
      • never printed with such news. The                                                       Turn to the want department of The people in the state of Minnesota.                                               MARY E. T1LTON, AdmlnUtratrlii.                        .
      !                                                      Then there is the animosity Register if you are thinking of buy- This leaves only fifty bushels grown                      TERMS CASH.                             '
           name and address of tho .writer .is which is being stirred up against                                                        on each acre which find a market in
           desired, partly to know who hasOld-line Republican managers of ing or selling anything.—Advertise-                                                                           GEORGE H. ROBERTS, Auctioneer.                                                  ;
                                                                                                ment                                     he to\yns_ and country in the dis-             MONMOUTH CLERKING CO., Clerk*.
           forwarded tho item, but chiefly to
           know to 'whom to apply in case any
           additional information is needed.

               Subscribers and readers of The
          - Register frequently send or bring
            such news to. Tho Register office.
            These subscribers and readers thus
            help to make Tho Register what it
            is often called:'' "The brightest and
            best"country paper oh eiil'tll."   7

          ; From all o n e ' h e a r s in various
         parts of t h e state, Senator Arthur
         Whitney is destined t o g e t as
     — sound a-linking on election tiny ns
         was received by his two Republican
      . predecessors for t h e election of
         governor. Many Republicans nve
      • open in t h e i r declaration that they
      • will vote f o r A. Harry Moore, the
      • Democratic candidate for governor.
      ' I n Hudson county more than half
         the Republicans vote for Frank
         Hague whenever he runs for mayor
         end more than half the Republi-
         cans vote for A. Harry Moore
         whenever he runs f o r commissioner
         of Jersey City. These Republican?
         vote for J l r . Hague a n d Jlr. Moore

                                                                                  Red Bank Lodge, No.233, Red Bank, N. J.
      • because they have conducted the
         affairs of Jersey City on FO sound
         a business policy; a n d they will
         vote for II r. Moore for jrovcrnor
         because they hcliove he will apply
         t h e same principles-of government    •T
         t o t h e st;ite of New Jersey which    T                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              i
         he has applied to Jersey City.          T
          •      Candidate Arthur Whitney say? T
                                                 T                                               On the Elks'Home Grounds, East Front Street, Red Bank, N. J.                                                                                                                                                                               •4

            t h a t one of the jrreat issues of
            hiB campaign is t o prevent the T                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   4;

                                                                                  AUTOMOBILE TO BE GIVEN AWAY
            spread of '•'HiiKUcism," imd that T                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 4
            the way t o flop liiiKUeipni i s ' t o
          • elect Arthur Whitney governor of
            New Jersey. 1 have been very f a .
            miliar with the jsliv"'''iiiii.'r.t of Jor-          t
            spy City for the pust lifty yenrp and                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               i
            Jersey City lias never had such                      Y                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              4
            Rood government in nil th»-<s fifty
            yours, under nuy previous lSopub-                    T                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              4
            ilean or DemniTmic mayor and                         T                                                         On the Co-Operative Plan. Perhaps YouWill Be Its New Owner.
            council, a s i t has hml M:UU Frank                  Y
            HDKUC bus been nuiyur of Jersey
            City and A. H u n y Mor.re Ims been                  Y
            oiv of., tho city's commUsuiiicrsi

                     'ili..i i-: why n w e n t majority n(
                                                                      USUAL, ATTRACTIONS.                                                                                                                                             MANY N E W ONES.
                  the Rcpuli|i('i\n<i of Jersey City vote        Y
       for Frank Hnguo mul Jinny Mooro
       whenovor they mo ciindidulrt for                          Y
     • offlco, At thu1 ls.it plcction these!                     %
       men received a majority of 00,000
       ov«r tho Republican cnwlldntsf out
       of a tntnl vulo of 86,000, Two-thlnln
       of tho Republicans who voted nt
       thht election voted'lor those Dem-
       ocratic candidate^ becnUHo of tho
                                                                                                          DANCING EVERY EVENING
    ; excellent Kovcvmnent ul tho city

       Under thcDO'olllcialB.
              ,    '                 *

         Nor \i;|ll thu null-saloon IHIKHC,
                                             *   *       .   '
                                                                 k Wonderful Orchestra                     Large Open Air Dance Floor
      With Siiinuul Wllnon «» Hi lilcli
     prlcat, ho of • much ims^lunco to
     Mr. Whitney in his campaign, In
     a primary the nntl-tinloon leniiuc
     can rnlno n jrra'nl blUntur, but
     who)) election dny comes nround
     Jrtany Jtcjitililk'nni doiort their
                                                                 T   Say, Bill, Come Tonight t o the Fair and Bring Her With You
     C    y in order to vote niculntt nny
          ulllcnn enmllllAtO wlin it mm-
, ptetmi of biking orden from thin
V omnUnllen, AccordlnK to Wlmt,
                                                                                                                                                    -You'll Both Enjoy it.
.(. ,on« MM in the nwBpaliori of. the
                                                                                           MHIIIHHMIHMHMMI FREEHOLD JANKERS' VIEWS. from" sickness and he .isback at prayer meetings have been discon-
                                                                                                                                                                          work for the William C. Ely estate.- tinued at the, Baptist church for
                                                                                                                                   What They Think of the Proposed          Miss Caroline Hnnce is very sick. July and August.. The ."unday

 See the New Smoothtop Range                                                                                                            Chinte in Bankinf Methodi.          Peter Monahan of \ New York, morning services and Suriday-school
                                                                                                                                       The bankers of Freehold were In <ormery of this plrce, was a visitor meetings take place as usual,
                                                                                                                                   torvlewed by the Freehold Tran> here over the Fourth.
                                                                                                                                   script last week to learn their views
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  A coatijig'of tarvia has beeii.put
                                                                                                                                                                            Alex L. McCleeshas anew Essex on the county road from this place
                                                                                                                                   on the proposed changes id banking automobile. He made his first trip to Bradevelt.                      '

  with the New Speed Burner                                                                                                        methods of tho county, whereby in It Friday, when he went to Free-
                                                                                                                                   customers will be charged a dollar hold.
                                                                                                                                   a month for the service of keeping
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Luke Longhead's' department of
                                                                                                                                                                            Mr. and< Mrs. Harry Helm had The Register can help youfindthe
                                                                                                                                   their checking accounts if the ac-guests, from .Lake wood and New-money for a business enterprise or

   that will put a New Heart in                                                                                                    aounts are loss than $100; where ark part of ;last week. . _ . ' • •         for a home. Luke talks to over
                                                                                                                                                                                                             : 35,000 persons every week.-r-Adver-
                                                                                                                                   customers will bo .charged for their •'Sunday evening ' services .
                                                                                                                                   check books and will have no. Inter-                                  and^tisement.
                                                                                                                                   cst on checking accounts unless the

    _ \ Your Kitchen!
                                                                                                                                   account is over $1,000, andj then
                                                                                                                                   will, receive interest only on the
                                                                                                                                   amount over $1,000. 1
                                                                                                                                       William H, Tuttle, president of
                                                                                                                                   the Freehold banking company, be-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              laid in 1868—
                                                                                                                                    llevea that all IKeae chargeTsHouia
                                                                                              TOP HEAT CONTROL
                                                                                                                                   be made. He said the expenses of
                                                                                                                                   the banks were much greater than
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Notional Defir?                                                this^Mracre roof is still good!
     In comparative testa the.
                                                                                           which was impossible with the           ever before and that on all. small                                                                                             / In 1868 the New York Central Warehouse
  New Speed Burner, cooka 26%                                                                                                      accounts the-banks lost money in
  faster thsn the ordinary type.                                                           open type range, Is now yours                                                                      Packard Six Price, Reduction                                         and Freight Depot at Beach and Varicfe
                                                                                           with- tho graduated heating             taking care"'of the 'depositors'
  By » construction absolutely                                                                                                     money. He said he didn't believe                           is Creating a New Army of                                            Streets, New York City,-was roofed with.
  new in domestic gas burners,                                                             zones of the Sntoothtop cook-           there jWas^t'Btoro in Freehold which                                Packard Owners                                              Barrett Pitch and Felt. During 57 years of
  new high flame temperatures                                                              ing surface, where 80% of all           had as many customers which it
                                                                                           -your cooking is done.)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   weather-tight service^nroti'one cent has been .
  are obtained which means                                                                                                         served at a loss as his bank has. •
                                                                                                                                       Joseph McDerrnott, president of                     Before Packard Six enclosed cars were                                   spent on.this-rpof'(168,000 square feet) for
  quicker cooking at lees cost.                                                             • Every, square inch of the             tho Freehold' 'frust company, fa-                     reduced in price by an. average o{ $750,                                 maintenance or repair.
     The1 quick, Intense heat of                                                           Smoothtop Is cooking Burfocc.
                                                                                                                                                                                          many men felt that Packard beauty,
                                                                                                                                   vored the new plan. "I cantlsee
  the New Speod Burner is con-                                                             SVith no Increase in size,* a sur-      how anyono can work for nothing                       < distinction! and comfort were beyond                            •..._. . Many Barrett Roofs of this type, built 40
  aerved and conducted through-                                                            face twice as large as the con-         and board himself, can you?" Mr.                        their reach.                                                            pr more years ago are still giving staunch,
  out the,1 entire" cooking1 top.                                                          ventional Is, secured "for;.cook-       McDermott asked the reporter when
                                                                                                                                                                                          But now^the long pent-up desire for-                                     weather-tight service.
• One burner alone often suffices                                                          ing. Hence a whole meal can             the question was put to him. Mr.
  to do the cooking which hore-                                                            be prepared at once. There Is           McDermoU said there was no ques-                       Packard Six quality and performance has                                    . Today the Barrett Specification Roof (def-
' tofoje Wo have been cnlled                                                               no waiting for a burner, and            tion but that the small checking ac-                   been turned into an active, eager demand.
                                                                                                                                   counts in a bank; cost that bank                                                                                                initely bonded against repair and mainte-
  Upon to do.                                                                              cooking conditions for various                                                                 It has been further stimulated by appre-                                 nance expense for 20 years) stands as the i
                                                                                                                                   money.        ,
                                                                                           foods can be better satisfied.                                                                 ciation of the many important improve-                                   leader of a comprehensive line of Barrett'
                                                                                                                                       G. A. Deniso, president of the
                                                                                                                                   Central national bank of Freehold,                     ments on the new Packard Six models.                                      Built-Upj Roofs.'                            . . . . ' ' •
                                                                                                                                   said his bank had never given the
  YOU HAVE ALWAYS WANTED BETTER, QUICKER, EASIER COOKING                                                                           suggested service charge on small
                                                                                                                                   accounts much consideration. He
                                                                                                                                                                                          Naturally the demand for the' Packard
                                                                                                                                                                                          Six is now far greater than, any previous                                    We lay these roofs—we recommend them.                       ,^
                                                                                                                                                                                          demand in Packard's twenty-five years                                     Come in. W e shall be glad to talk over your
                                                                                                                                   said it was a question whether a
    Now' eoma to our Display glooms today, when these advantages are '                                                             bank was not entitled to some re-                      of fine car manufacture.           '           ,                             ofing problem.,               •
  being demonstrated. In no other way can you appreciate so quickly what                                                           muneration for the service given to                    Come in and let us show you the car
                                                                                                                                   depositors who carry small ac-                         which, is creating thousands of enthusi-
  this wonderful gas range can mean to you. .                                                                                      counts. He said that somewhere in
                                                                                                                                                                                          astic, new Packard owners.
                                                                                                                                   the neighborhood of two-thirds of-
                                                                                                                                   the accounts in his bank were un-                                                                                                          JOHN H. WHITE
           $10 FOR YOUR OLD RANGE                                                                                                  der U00.            ,
                                                                                                                                       James W, S. Campbell, president                      PACKARD                                                               35 White Street                    Red Bank, N. J.
                                                                                                                                  •of the First national bank of Free-
   This will be allowed on your old gas, oil or coal range If you pur-                                                             holt), said he had the greatest re-,                        Packard Six end Packard Eight both are                                             Phono Red Bank 865-J                      '
                                                                                                                                   spect for the opinions of. those who                        furnished in ten body types. We welcome
  chase • SMOOTHTOP RANGE during this JULY SALE.                                                                                   favored a service charge on small                           the buyer who prefers to purchase hit
                                                                                                                                                                                               Packard out of income instead of capital.
                                                                                                                                   accounts,, but that he was not in
    EASY TERMS-everythlng to make It possible for you to enjoy the                                                                 accord with the proposition. He
  great service that only a SMOOTHTOP can give.                                                                                    believed, however, that each insti-
                                                                                                                                   tution should determine this matter                                     H.LZOBEL                                     Monmouth County SurrogiU'i Offio.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ID tha matter 0/ the estata of Sunuel. •aid defeated to exhibit to tna fubtenbtn}.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   t     /
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               (Ice i» hereby given to t i e creditor* <k   ,
                                ^ . '.                                                                                             for itself. "Good will is one of the,                          Telephone 9SS, Red Bonk, N. 4.                       Sbh d
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Sabath, declined.                       eiecutora aa atoretald, tbeii debt* and if
                                                                                                                                   most valuable assets of a bank," he                                                                               Notlco to creditor! to preient claimi manda agtlnat tha aild eatat*. under oattU

       Jersey Central Power & Light Co.                                                                                            said, "and satisfied patrons are its
                                                                                                                                   very best advertisers. Good will is
                                                                                                                                   not altogether an intangible asset,
                                                                                                                                   for financiers recently paid cighty-
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Telephone 90, Sea Bright, N. J.

                                                                                                                                                                                       ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        rant         Ut
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       aralntt « U t e .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Pursuant to tho order of Joaiph L. Don- aforesaid order, or ther will be foresee,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       P               h
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     •hay, aiirrogate o( the County of Mon- barred of tbali ac
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     mouth. made on tha tnenty-alith day of laid aubaerlbera.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     May, 1925, on the application .of Franeei
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Sabith and Jeise M. Sibatb, uecuton of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               vltbia ebr montba from th* date of tbtl
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       »' their actlom thenfor atilmt
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Sated Freehold, N. J.. Maj 16tb. HU
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     I-RAN0E3 SABATH,

        Red Bank '           '   '
                                                    Long Branch
                                              . . • -    (    •         •   •    •     .
                                                                                           Asbury Park                             five million dollar for the good will
                                                                                                                                   of the Dodge Brothers business.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     tha citata of Samuel Sabath, deeuiad, no-                       JESSE M. SABATH. <

           "Serving over 1,475 tquare mltei of territory in Neu Jenep. including 137 eitiet, townt ani                                 "Small accounts do cost a bank
                                                                                                                                   money to care for, no doubt about
       smaller communitlet with electricity andgai."                                                • ..                           it, but we consider they are worth
                                                                                                                                   to us all they cost. They represent
                                                                                                                                   our friends and we have always
                                                                                                                                   welcomed them. Some of our very
                                                                                                                                   test accounts have grown from
                                                                                                                                   these small beginnings.
                                                                                                                                       "There is another thing'which
                                                                                                                                    should not be lost Bight of—service
                                                                                                                                   to the public. Banks are not char-
                                                                                                                                   tered altogether for the purpose of
                                                                                                                                    waking profits for themselves; they
                                                                                                                                    are authorized to fill a public need,
                                                                                                                                   and; they best help themselves when
                                                                                                                                   they assist wortfiyTnen*and wdmen,
                                                             spectAL                                                               however humble, in bettering their

                                         E0AGH                                                                                     Every
                                                                                                                                           COLT'S NECK NEWS.
                                                                                                                                             Proapeet of -Big;"Huckle-
                                                                                                                                          berry Crop Thii Sumer.
                                     Already a familiar and attractive                                                                 Huckleborries have started to
                                     sight on all roads.'                                                                          ripen in the swamps.'south of the
                                                                                                                                   village and large quantities of them
                                                                                                                                   have beengathered. Thero ia every
                                     For one thing, the Special Coach                                                               prospect of a large crop.
                                                                                                                                       Mr. Sehnellcr of New York spent'
                                     really accommodates five adult                                                                 the Fourth with his mother, Mrs,
                                     passengers in comfort And then                                                                August Kuhne.

                                     the body lines and special ap-
                                                                                                                                       Samuel Flotkin and family of
                                                                                                                                   New York spent tho Fourth with
                                                                                                                                    Louis Plotkin.
                                                                                                                                                                 h        I
                                     pointments are singularly smart                                                                   H. P. Simmonds of Red Bank
                                                                                                                                IB moved last week in tho Frank E.                                                                                                       Smart luggage~well'deojgncd luggage— ••
                                                        Five Balloon Tltea                                                      $ Heyer house, which... he ' recently
                                                                                                                                    bought. He will improve tho house.                                                                                                   how much more aatisfactory it makes
                                                                                                                                4      Mr. and Mrs. Louis Snyder spent
                                       $1198 f. o. b. Detroit, $1318 delivered                                                                                                                                                                                           the vacation trip! Properly chosen—/
                                          ' i                                                                                       the Fourth and Sunday on an au-
                                                                                                                                    tomobllo camping trip in the north-                                                                                                  modern luggagg will permit you to travel
                                                    FRANK VAN SYCKLE                                                                ern part of New Jersey and in
                                                                                                                                    Pennsylvania. With thorn, wore Mr.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         and have, waS-pressed clothes always
                         E. V. HUGHES, M«r.                                 149-1B1 Weft Front Si,                                  and Mrs. Thomas Catchpole of Eat-                                                                                                    available.
                                                             Telephone 1296                                                         ontown and Mr. and Mrs. 'William
                                                                                                                                    Keily of Long Branch.                                                                                                                .. And the matter of making a proper
                                                                                                                                       Mrs. Ashor Crawford and her
                                                                                                                                    son Frank Crawford last Thursday                                                                                                     choice is an easy one in the Hahne &? Co.
                                                                                                                                    attended tho funeral of Charles E.                                                                                                   Luggage Department—where you'll find
                                                                                                                                    Crawford of Middletown township.
                                                                                                                                       Mrs. Theodore Wuobber had rela-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         the right trunk or bag for every purpose.
                                                                                                                                    tives from Long Island with her
                                                                                                                                    over the Fourth. ,
                                                                                                                                       Michael Sortes has moved to
                                                                                                                                    Perth Amboy and tho house which
                                                                                                                                   ;ha vacated is row occupied by J,
                                                                                                                                    Georga Smith, formorly of Tlnton
                                                                                                                                                                                                   "Universal" Trunks-—Smart Black Enamel Luggage
                                                                                                                                    Falls/                                                       Three after'the^th-ofjuly specials are described .'
                                                                                                                                       Tho attondnnco at tho township
                                                                                                                                    consolidated tchool has increased                            below. If they fit your needs—you'll be Wise to *
                                                                                                                                    to such an extent that six teach-                                  make a selection as soon as possible. '
                                                                                                                                    ers will bo employed next season
                                                                                                                                    Instoad of five.
                                                                                                                                       Frank Crawford last Thursday
                                                                                                                                    klllod a pine snake eight feet long.
                                                                                                                                    Old timers say they hnvo never seen
                                                                                                                                    a bigger snako In theso pnrts.

                                                                                                                                              HOLMDEL NEWS,
                                                                                                                                     Marlboro Qaaeball Team wa» "Eatjr
                                                                                                                                        Mast" for tha Holmdel Nine.
                                                                                                                                        Marlboro Is reputed to hnvo an
                                                                                                                                     extra good bmoball team nnd when
                                                                                                                                     they playod hero on tho morning of                                                                     Big Black Hat
                                                                                                                                     the Fourth tho bent that tho Holm-                                                                         Boxes
                                                                                                                                     ilol players hoped for was that they                        Black Suit Cage
                                                                                                                                     would not got 'ihown up" too bncl.                          With Deep Tfay                        Mole akin coveting. Ruaiet or
                                                                                                                                     Much to everybody's surprlso It wns
                                                                                                                                     the .Marlboro aggregation that got
                                                                                                                                                                                          Steel fame, coveted with moje iltln.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       black leather binding,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       lateen lining).  Two nocked.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Wardrobe Trunk
                                                                                                                                                                                          Ruaact or black leather binding and X        Hot form. Leather lurfdlc,
                                                                                                                                     "show* up," Holmdol winning* by                      •ttipi. Sewed on leather cornen. Sa-                                                Full Size
                                                                                                                                     a icora of 14 t ; 1, Jnmos Muhor,                    teen lining. 26, 28, * 1 1                   9 x 18 or 20                                   Dome Topped
                                                                                                                                     the Holmdol pltchiir, twirled very                   JO ot 32-Inch alia      JpJ.JL               lncht« • • •« •
                                                                                                                                     effectively and ho struck out tho                                                                                                        "Unlvertal" mike. Maid vuleintmHbtt, ov«t
                                                                                                                                     Marlboro follows almost at will.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              3 ply vaneet box. CIOM MlltrgJ       d

                                                                                                                                                                                          HAHNE-& CO.
                     lurrMil* ! ODUH.              b*r*far tl»n 10 tin (Ndlltn «( MM 4*                 Chtn|«a of                      An automobllo In which three                                                                                                          Cretonne lining. Foul tnttalboilnd      iwmt,
                     t eiUM et Annie O.            stated to inhibit u» lha aubietiber. vMeu*                                        VroohoUr mon wero -tiding over
                                                   trlii • • «fnr«|lil, their dibit anil JeAfandi                                                                                                                                                                             ono lirat, with lot (nnti, Alt locViit br<**t«
X(V£7"                               ililmi        • I t l m t tbl i«M tititi, undtr Mtfc. wlthhl   Change* of rcildonco c»n b turnod lait Friday night on the
                                                   >m imiMhi (rum lln ilili or IHi tierMald qulokly »nd utlihotorlly m«dt b Middle road, nonr John llarvoy'i,                                                                                                                 bar. Shoe hot, Uundry W«. 1* htntir*
                                                   orilir, or Ihir will bt rorevtjr barred s i                                                                                                                                                                                Inch iliti
                                                   lh»lr Mllont ihinror m l n i l the mid iafc< enllitlnj; th« icrvlc* it Luk« ^cnic No ono wag hurt. Tho cur wpi
                                                   •irlbn.                             ,
                                                                                                  hikd and Tha Roglittr'i w»nt d« badly domajed and It wm towod to
                                                                                                                                                                                            '                     Newark, N. J.
                                                    \ ClUd ItuMi.H. ) , . Mir lltft,'-I Ml.'                                          Kjr«»hbld to bo rtpalrad. •
                                                                    A. KTUltftf IMJ10K1U). j>fftminU«Adv«rtlartn«nt.                     Jamil Himmond hit '»cov*r«d
                                                                                                                             RED BANK REGISTER, JULY 8, 1925,' ,
                                                                                                                             POOR OVERSEERS TO MEET.                                                  ton Bradford have retunieil-fVorn went to Mri.'Jana Taylor and the
                                                                                                                                                                                                      afylsit/atfhllaaelphia/tei^i^ ': -conaplktjon pri»'toMui Lena P

       WILLIAM O'BRIEN                                                                   Comfort and Health
                                                                                                                            Convention to be Hold at AsbUry Stork Pays-a Visit—Hay Golnf Up
                                                                                                                              Park on Fridsy and Saturday., '
                                                                                                                              The state association of over.
                                                                                                                                                                      In Price, Dae to Poor Crop.
                                                                                                                                                                                                         The boys' baseball team defeat _ Jand. y
                                                                                                                                                                                                      the men'abtseball team lsrtw«sk
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ' , ,V , '
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             George Xaney hat had lidtwalin
                                                                                                                                                                    Mrs. John Collins gave birth to a hjH» score of 22 to Ifl^ iWlliiaim and curbing p w down in front of

                                                                                                                           seera of the poor will meet a t the daughter last Thursday at the Long Paasch and George Purdy pitched his house on Foster itreet.

                   MEANS                                                                             antilever             casino at Asbury Pa'rk on Friday Branch hospital. Mother And child arid caught tor the boys «nd Fred
                                                                                                                           and Saturday of this wdek. A good .are doing nicely. ,            \j       Rochella and' Benjamin Crate ;were
                                                                                                                           deal of the work of overseers of the Hay is going up In price, owing thl» batter}1 for jW'mejifr:.*';:-;;,!^
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             '    > politician JalUd.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             W. T. Jfewbury of Point Pleai-
            HIGH GRADE SERVICE                                                                                             poor has nowvbeen centralized in to the poor crop on the first cutting.
                                                                                                                          state departments and in private Some farmers got only half a crop.
                                                                                                                                                                                                        The B O dub jmet last Thuwday ant, who was a candidate for Free-
                                                                                                                                                                                                      at Mrs. lEdward Scattergopd'a; holder In Ocean county Utt fall,
                                                                                                                          organizations, and the bad features A jump from- $20 to $40 a ton is
                     Approved and Improved                                                                                of this centralization will be dis-
                                                                                                                                                                                                      First and second prizes were won was sentenced,to thirty, days in the
                                                                                                                                                                 predicted'by a number o f farmer* by Mrs. Mary Longstreet and Mr*. Freehold .jail last Wednesday by
      Heating       Plumbing       Roofing                                          It's not the                          cussed at the convention. Charles and some who have not yet sold all
                                                                                                                          Davenport of Asbury Park is chair- of last year's harvest expect to sell William Kancy. The heart prize
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Mayor W. S. Holmes on 'a charge of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          driving a. car while drunk,
       Water Systems         Copper Work                                                 It's the muscles!               man of the' committee of arrange- 'the rest at a good-price.""' : T.
                                                                                                                         ments and other Monmoufh county
                                                                                                                                                                    The rye crop wag harvested last
                                                                                                                         members of the committee are
           i Earthen and Iron Pipe       i                                                                               James_ Norman of jted Bankjind week. In some localities the dry

    W« Handle the American Radiator Company!1
                                                                                       ."Flat foot"
                                                                                        "weak arches" ac-
                                                                                     ''tual'ly mean weak-.--
                                                                                        ness of- the foot
                                                                                                                         WilliariTMorris"ol Long Branch.
                                                                                                                                    — — m • s»       :
                                                                                                                                 Freehold's Defense Day.,
                                                                                                                                                                spell and extremely ' hot' weather
                                                                                                                                                                several weeks ago did no damage.
                                                                                                                                                                These farmers got a bumper crop.
                                                                                                                                                                Others,' however; -where the ground
                                                                                                                             National defense day was cele- was lighter and more sandy, were
                                                                                                                           irated at Freehold by a parade of not as fortunate and the crop fell
                                                                                                                                                                                                             ROSES                                                           TKe.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Streamline Iron
       Tims Table in Effect July 2d, 192S (Daylight ^ Saving Time) .
                                                                                        muscles.                            arious organlzations^and by the below normal.
                                                                                                                           inveiling of a captured German,         Mrs. David Kottenberg, -whs has
                                                                                                                        gun, which was recently secured by been a patient at the Long Branch
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Thousands of Bushes Now                                                     Never Fatigues You

                   Subject to Change Without Notice             .                                                        ;he Freehold American Legion. The hospital several weeks with a
                                                                                                                           •un has been placed at the junction broken leg, returned home last
                                                                                                                                                                                                           in Full Bloom
 Steamers SEA BIRD and ALBERTINA                                                                                          i Broadway and East Main street, week.
                                                                                                                            ear the Elks' home. The presenta-
                                                                                                                                                                   The ladles' aid. society met last      Come and see them at our new rose farm, on
 Ptttween Pitt 24, foot of Franklin Street, New York (Landing at the                                                     ;ion address was made' by Rev. C. 'huraday at Mrs. William Eng-
      Battery to take on and let off Passengers only), and Highlands,                                                      '. Newton, pas+' r -of the Freehold  land's.                                   the State Highway.
      Oceanic and Red Bank.                                                                                             Baptist church and, a member of            Miss Rita I. Braney of Asbury
 TeUphona Call, Walker 7090.New York       \     423 Red Bank, N. J.                                                     ;he legion.'      ;                     'ark' and Ira Braney of Newark                 From July 1st until July 15tH each cut-,
                                                                                        A. flexible shank                                                       spent the week-end with their par-                                                                            Just fits- the hand without]
                          Highlands Telephone. 1264                                                                                                              ints, Mr. and Mn. John Braney.                 tomer will be presented with a boquet
                                                                                        shoe like the.CAN-              ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS NEWS.                                                                                                                                 strain or stress. Try it.
            FOR RED BANK                           FOR NEW YORK                                                                                                    Isadora Shapiro and family of                of Flowers..
           Dtilj except Sunday                                                          TILEVER is needed                 Steamboat Lines Handle Big Holi- Brooklyn are occupying their sum-
                               A.M. P.M.
                                                  Daily except Sunday
                                                                         A.M. P.M.
                                                                                        to permit constant
                                                                                                                             day Crowds Without Disorder.       mer home here.       .          .
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Beat Varieties, acclimated, sturdy and healthy
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Now $4.98'
  L e a n Pier 24, foot
                                                                         7:00 4:00      free exercise of the
                                                                                                                             The     three   steamboat
                                                                                                                         nought thousands of persons here
                                                                                                                                                          lines                                                                                                              ' 98c down and $1 per month
     of Franklin «tre«t.. 8:30 2:45 Leave Red Bank                                                                                                                     RIVER PLAZA MEWS.                  stock.
  Learo Battery Landing 9:00 3:15 Leave Oceanic
  Arrive, Highlands                        Leave* Highlands
                                                                        7:20 4:25
                                                                        7:55 4:50       muscles whidh hold               from Hew York' for( the holidays.
                                                                                                                         Most of the vis".ors returned to Boys Return Home from*' Carapinjr
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Jersey; Central Power!
                                                                                        the 26 small bemes >
                                                                                                                                                                                                          D & D COMPANY
     about             • . . ; 10:50 5:00  Arrive Battery Landing                                                       .he city Sunday night and special               Trip at Camp Burton.
 Arrive Oceanic about 11:20 ,5:30            about . . . . . . . . . . . 9:506:50                                       trips were made by the boate'to ac-
  Arrive Red Bank                          Arrive Franklin.street                       of the foot in their                                                       Francis- McClain, Hans Eesslcr                                                                            Red Bank .- Long Brand
                                                                                                                         :ommodatc the crowds. There was ind Joseph Franks have returned
" aooul                    ,. 11:50   6:00   about            r'.....   10:00' ' 7s00                                                                                                                                                                                           "Serving orer 1,475 iquara mill
                                                                                        normal arched for-                to confusion or disorder. The new iome from Camp,' Burton, where
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             of tmltory in N*w Je>iey, inclu<!
                SUNDAYS                                  SUNDAYS                                                         joat line started last' week with they spent a week. The boys had a
                               A. M. A. M.
  f.eare Pier 24, foot of •";:'-;-'
                                                                    A. M. P. M. P. Mi
                                           Leave Red Bank.. 5:00 3:30 4:00
                                                                                        mation.              ..;        two boats and did a big business. fine time. The camp Is a boy scout
                                                                                                                        The Mandalay was crowded every camp on the Metedeconfc river in
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Monmouth Road, Long Branch                                     ing, 137 oill#«, towns and (mall*,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             communities with electricity and
     Franklin atreet . . .           8.30 Leave Oceanic ..'.               3.85 4.25  :   CANTILEVER                    trip.      Sunday the Mandalay ran Ocean county.                                                     Phone Eatontown 2446
  Leave Battery Landing 8:30 9:00 Leave Highlands...                       4:20 4:50                                     (ground ^>n a bar near the pier.
  Arrive HigUamU ab't 10:20 10.S0 Arrive Ba'ttery Landing                                Shoes' prevent and                'he boat was not damaged.
                                                                                                                                                                   Mrs. Charles W. Bitter and her
  Arrive Oceanic about 10.50 11:20           about                         6:20 6:50     correct      "weak
  Arrive Red Bank about 11:20 11:50 Arrive Franklin street about. 7:00                                                      A Ford coupe, owned by John
                                                                                         arches.    /r^.'               O'Neill, was stolen last Saturday
        The 5.00 A. M. and 3:30 P. M. Boats from Red Bank on Sundays
                                                                                                                          light from in front of. Mr. O'Neill's
  for Battery Landing Only.                                                                                               louse on Fourth avenue. The car
  ,          On Labor Day Boats Will Run on Sunday Schedule.                                  EXCLUSIVE •                xia found .abandoned at. Water
   <    NOTICE—At Battery Landing, all elevated trains fqr uptown,                              AGENCY                  Witch Monday. It had been driven
 Hlbwsy for uptown or to 'Brooklyn and surface cars and ferries to                                                       Into a ditch and had overturned.
 States island and Brooklyn, can be reached in two minutes.                                                              _'he car was'badly damaged. The
        At Red Bank, busses for Shrewsbury, Eatontown, LoBg Branch,
 j/Ubwy Park, Fair Haven, Oceanic, Rumson, Little Sliver, Camp Vail
                                                                                     Raymond Bowne                      thieves were not caught.
                                                                                                                            Early Sunday morning Chief of
 |Uid Oceanport.                                                      -                 621 Cookman Avenue              police Charles Sweeney found a car
 !      Special attention given to the care of Autos, Horses and Carriages.                                             which had been abandoned. He
        Burdge & Russell's Sightseeing Busses to. and from Long Branch                  ASBURY PARK, N. J.               took i t to a garage and later in the
 ^nd Aibury Park will meet all boats on their arrival at Red Bank.                                                        lay learned that the car was owned
 \      Returning leave Asbury Park, First avenue and Ocean, 3:00 P. M.,                                                 jy a Brielle man and had been
 fconnectinj with boat at Red Bank for New York.                                                                         stolen from that place.
                                                                                                                           ^Harold Graves has bought a new
                                                                                                                        Ford coupe.
                                                                                                                            Miss Edna McAdams, who has
                                                                                                                         oeen employed at Charles Paulson's
                                                                                                                         beauty shop at'Red Bank, will open
                                                                                                                         _ beauty shop in Ira Antonides's
                                                                                                                         new' building.
                                                                                                                             J. E . Clark and family have re-
                                                                                                                          opened their summer home here.
                                                                                                                         Bay Clark graduated recently from
                                                                                                                         Princeton, university.'      .
                                                                                                                             K;-e Sorenson will give a number
                                                                                                                         of_.v"ocal selections at next Sunday
                                                                                                                        [night's services aC the Methodist
                                                                                                                         church. Mr. Sorenson has sung
                                                                                                                            rer the radio from station WEAF,
                                                                                                                             Henry Sussman enfertamea a
                                                                                                                         large •number of boys and girls with
                                                                                                                             display of fireworks' Saturday
                                                                                                                         night.-.—--.!              .       ...:
                                                                                                                             Mr. and Mrs. James W. Shannon
                                                                                                                         have Bailed for .Europe1. ..They will
                                                                                                      Cut-auxyruw        spend most of their'time in Italy.
                                                                                                      of Florenet            Margaret Mcrdorf underwent an
                                                                                                    ' bumir, h           operation, recently for the removal
                                                                                                      inihdafiamt        of her tonsils.           -
                                                                                                      U focused on           Mr. and' Mrs. Thomas' Jennings
                                                                                                      (he cooking
                                                                                                      tttiel             are on an automobile trip through
                                                                                                                         the New England states.
                                                                                                                             Fred Gerkins, «on of William
                                                                                                                         Gerkins, was burned on the hand
                                                                                                                         Saturday with a firecracker when it
                                                                                                                         exploded vhile he was holding it.
                                                                                                                         The wound was not serious. .
                                                                                                                                        « i »       .

                                                                                                                               HIGHLANDS NEWS.
                                                                                                                        Bit Crowds Hero over the Holidays
                                                                                                                            - T h e Water Witch Playground.
                                                                                                                             Residents who have lived here
                                                                                                                         for years cannot remember any
                                                                                                                         ;ime in their lives when there were

           [Jits flame heatsthe                                                                                          is many holiday visitors in town as
                                                                                                                         ;here were over the week-end. They
                                                                                                                        ,joure,d in' Friday night and Satur-
                                                                                                                        d a y ' i n trains, automobiles and
                                                                                                                                                                                  jHand-built of Northern White Ash and
                                                                                                                                                                                   aluminum by Picrcc-Arrow body workers
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        rear seat without disturbing the oecapstntsf /
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        in front. Inside is luxury—ahHcomib.rt.Thcy

             fettle -v not the kitchen                                                                                  boats. Hotels and boarding houses
                                                                                                                        were completely filled and many
                                                                                                                        persons weie turned atay. The
                                                                                                                                                                                  for strength and safety. In it are the sarqc
                                                                                                                                                                                  materials, the same high standards of
                                                                                                                                                                                   workmanship, which distinguishallPiercc-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        deep, broad rear cushion is fifty inches wide :
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        —plenty of room for 'three six-footerj. ..•'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    .•.'..      ' •   ••-.        '

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ' '£'

        N     O use to hope for a cool kitchen if your
               cooking stove throws much of the heat
         out into the room. Tho Florence Oil Rnngc
                                                               Oven, built on the principle of the old Dutch
                                                               oven. The patented heat-spreader insures
                                                               even distribution of heat and keeps your
                                                                                                                        warm weather brought crowds to
                                                                                                                        the beaches and'there were many
                                                                                                                          loatlng parties at Sandy Hook.
                                                                                                                            Two slides and a basketball court
                                                                                                                                                                                  Arrow coachwoi'k. Yet, because of inherent
                                                                                                                                                                                   economies of coach' design, it is offered at
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Look around you" Rich textured upy
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        holstery—soil-proof and wear-proofr- „
         puts the heat into the cooking nnd leaves the         roasts nnd baked things from bcjng burned                                                                           a price close to that of the touring car.
         Kit''.on a pleasant place to work on a hot day.       on the bottom.
                                                                                                                          lave been installed on the new pub-                                                                           silk roller shades, silk toggle grips, a trim'*;'
            Th u t is because 1 he Florence is the oil ranpn      The Florence is a beauty,.and its beauty
                                                                                                                          ic playground at Water Witch.                               It is an economy car—for the chassis              dome light, smoking and vanity cases, a
                                                                                                                            Kruso's dancing pavilion has
         vrith /octucd bent. The Florence- burners semi        is not skin-deep, for i t is n. quality product            icon redecorated. Dancing will be                        is the standard SeritsSo, built for long years       arpeted foot rest, distinctive hardware and
         the lieat directly Into the bottom of the pot.        all the way through. Don't put off going to                ield there every night for the rest                      of service. Maintenance costs no more, and                          i of Picrcc-Arrow design.
            Of course this means not only quick cook-          the store to see the Florence in action. This               f the summer.
                                                               oil rnn^o with the foaued heat should mean
                                                                                                                                                                                   in some instances. Jess, than that of other             If desired, you may pay for this newest
         ing but economy of kerosene, which is a                                                                            Elmer Miller of this place has
        'cheap fuel. Tho Florence is simplicity itself         much to you in the.hot summer days to come.              taken William Emery's place as en-                         cars—and is needed                                                           Kcrcc-Arrow caX as
         to openilo. There tiro no wicks to trim, and
                                                                                                                        gineer on the drawbridge.                                 less frequently. Your                                                         you use/it. A mod-.
                                                                 FI-OIIF/NCE                                                Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Pennlngton
         B turrf'of the lever givea you the degree of heat
                                                                                                                         if Now York have moved into one
         you want. Tho lovcler on cuch foot chnl>lc3
         you to set the stove even onnn uneven floor.
                                                                            Ntw York Offlin
                                                                    «5 Ea.t 17th Btr.tt, Niw York, N. Y.                 if the Cashion.bungalow! at Snug                                                   i/inmcdsQ^tmtmlndltigaJi
                                                                        TelephonnSturriiMt J108 *                       Harbor.

            When you examine tho Florence at the                                                                                                                               •i*.                                                                              diatc delivery, the ,
                                                                     a.u, i           ii Umiu" Flewitt OMU,'                Mr. and Mrs. H. M a m of Yon-
         itore be certain to notice tho fnmoua Florence                                 •«! tUmft Oil BxOui             t e t i have rente;! E. B. Hulse's                           JDoors arc thirty-six                                                       balance being distrib-,

                                                                                                                         IOUSO on Bay avenue.                                       inches wide, and an                                                          utcd evenly over a .
                                                                                                                           Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grogan ol
                                                                                                                        Hoboken spont the- holidays with                            ingenious seat ar-                                                           period o f months,-
                                                                                                                          "t. and Mrs. Ambrose Liming.                              rangement permits                                                            through the Pierce-
                                                                                                                           There -were plenty of fishermen
                                                                                                                         icre ovor the holidays but most of                       i you to slip into the                                                         Arrow, finance plan.' \
                                                                                                                        them fulled to land any fish. A few

                                Oil Ran&e                                                               ' : CUM. RIO*
                                                                                                                         iah wore cnught by some N«-w»rk
                                                                                                                        men but many followers of Ike
                                                                                                                        Wilton wont home disappointed.
                                                                                                                           Mr. and Mrs. D. J. McCullock of
                                                                                                                        Newark ore occupying one of the
                                                                                                                         )«lton houtci on Cantor street.
                                                                                                                           Klchnrd Welts, who li employed
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Wt toantyou to tab tht whttl jmstlf for
                                                                                                                                                                                                              at thorough a dtmonitration as you wish

                                                                                                                                                                                                        Monmouth. Motor CarCo., Inc. •
                                                                                                                        as a tolegrnm messenger boy at tho
                                                                                                                        rail row) atatlon for the summer,
                                                                                                                         >l»ys n harmonica when ha l i not
                                                                                                                        Je.llva.ring Ultgramf. ' Ho playi r«-
                                                                                                                        mtrkably well and helps to enter-
                                                                                                                                                                                                      36 Maple Avenue
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Tel.phc.ni 1408
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Red Bank, N. J.

                                                                                                                         tain jmrioni waiting at tho station
                 ^SAMUEL SWARTZ                                                                                             Mr. and Mm, 0. Bart Teanay of
                                                                                                                        «*f « * " • «P«ndlnj th« wmrnw
                pSel387                                           14 WEST FRONT STI                                     . Mr, and.Mrt, J, NarllU of Naw
                                                                                                                                 RED BANK REGISTER, JULY 8,4925.

                                                                                           PROPOSED MEW CHAPEL A Whaat Harvestlns; Bee «t Holro- Kendall Methot, Mrs. Nettle Asbury
                                                                                                                 i GOOD NEIGHBORS.
                                                                                                                                                 and Miss Grace Taylor of
                                                                                                                                                                             Taylor                 week did a great deal of good tp
                                                                                                                                                                                                    the crops in genera! although some
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            to the Everett snd Holmdel postof-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            fices, started a new font-year con-
                                                                                                                                                               "'ark, and Mr, and Mr». W. Lindsay   farmers say tha.t the rain has ttart-   tract with th« government last
                                                                                   REFORMED CHURCH AT MID-                         del on the Fourth,    '     Whltson of Crahbury.                 sd a ''second growth"-on the'late       Wednesday. His s»lsry is $1,500
                                                                                         DLETOWft PLANS ONE.                James Hickey, who farms one of        Mrs, Herman Rockenback and         >otato crop.                           a year. Last year he got $1,200.
                                                                  Red Bank, N. J.                                        Theron McCampbell's Ramanessln ;wo daughters of Jatnesburg were               Miss Helen Kelly, who attends           Thomas Hanson of New York Is
                                                                                   Consistory Con»!<Urtd th« Matter farms at Holmdel, together with a •ecent guests of Mrs, Fred Burke.             Rider college nt Trenton, has been      spending aYfew days jrith Bernard
                                                                                       »t • Meeting U i t W««li end Ei- number of his neighbors and               Mrs. Henry McElvaine spent a      spending a fev- days with her           Hickey,
                                                      WE WELD ANYTHING                 tim«FM el the Ceil ot tht Build- friends, celebrated the Fourth, by few days last week with her daugh-        Father, Charles 'Celly.                   Eleazer Riccl has bought a new
                                                    frofn » cam pin to a great         ing «re Betay Prepared.           harvesting a crop of 23s acres of ter, Mrs. Holmes Sickles of Pros-                                                four-passenger Chrysler car.
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Mr.    d Mrs. Cobb of Newark
                                                    iteel girder of a akyjcrjper.      The contlitory of the Reformed wheat. Mr, Hickey had a wonder- ect Plains.                                   are visiting Mr; and Mrs. Harry            Theodore Stilwell is visiting hit
                                                    We will take your contract     church ef Mlddlttown village met ful crop of grain, but due to a               Mr. and, Mrs. "irgorgcnwek of     Ryder.                                  sister, Mn. Alfred Conover of Al-
                                                    to cut anything in Iron or     lait Thursday night to consider scarcity of farm help he lacked Bronxville were week-end guests of                  Richard Francis, who carries,        lenhurst.
                                                                                                                         means of gfltherlnj it. This con- Mr. and Mrs. Claries Lapple.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ;< *
                                                    •ted, to mend It, repair it    building a chapel, Tht natter was                                                                                the mail from the Bradevelt station
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ••        »   i   «   .i.

                                                                                   not definitely decided, but Cecil dition, is general throughout the            Miss Mae Morrell was the guest                                            It psyi to advertise In the Register,
                                                    0£ replace it. Automobile      Conover, ore of the conslrtorymen, farm'districts this year, at farm- if Miss Ruth VanSicklen of Ten-
                                                    trueki, delivery wagons,       w«( appointed to get eitimatei on     hands are few and far between.' neht for a week. . •
                                                    commercial and pleasure        the cost of the propoitd new build-      Mr. Hickey and his' neighbors          Miss Wi'icretta Davis Is spend-
                                                    can repaired by our meth-      ing.                       :,..       worked all day and they got most ing some time with 'Mrs. Frederick                                                                                            A SHINING EXAMPLE.                     "Ai.
                                                    od,                                The elte which the contiitory fa- of the crop harvested, and threshed. Griffth. •            , '
                                                                                   vors for the chapel Is where, the They were treated to a dinner, and           Erank Laird.of Newark spent a                                                                                        U f l S E mothers give their
                                                                                   church sheds ttand across tha at various places In the wheat few days-recently with his grand-                                                                                                          . children the best of ill
                                                                                   King's Highway from the chu'eh fields were big pails of ice"eold parents, Mr. a n ' Mrs. William I.                                                                                                possible diets—delicious, pure
                                                                                   building., There is'no need iot lemonade where the. workers re- Davison, Sr.
                                                                                   church' nhels there now, as no one    freshed themselves. They made a           Mr. and Mrs.' J. Harold Eldridge                                                                                  . fresh milk and lots of It!-*
                                                                                   jn these dayi usea a hone mid regular "bee" out of the job and              and daughters havA returned after

    Auto Storage
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       delivered dally to your door-
                                                                                   vftgon to go to church ab> Middle-    there was a lot of fun and jollity spending the week-end at White
                                                                                   town, Everyone usei an automo- mixed with hard work and sweal. House 'as the guests of Mr. and                                                                                                      step. Such a diet breeds
                                                                                   bile or walks. A few weeki ago the                                          Mrs.' Marcus W. Apgar.                                                                                                  young Sampsom.
                                                                                   sheds were badly damaged by fire           -    Doctor. Disagreed.              Mrs. Sophie Hess, having sold her
                                                                                   which it believed to hava been                                              property on Tennent avenue to

      By theDay, Week, Month or Year
                                                                                   tive. '
                                                                                   started by a tpark from a locomo-        William W. Snow of Spring Lake James Rooney, will soon move to
                                                                                                                         was sentenced to thirty days in jail Freehold.' Mr. Rooney and his
                                                                                       The consfstory wilt, not'decide last week on a charge of driving a bride v. "1 ' xupy the property after
                                                                                   whether cr not to build a chape'., car while drunk. Dr, Robert L. modern improvements, have been
                                                                                                                                                                                                         It's Great to Owd
          , This is the popular place; the place that
                                                                                   but after getting Mr, Conover's re- Leighton declared the mari drunk installed..
                                                                                   port will put the question uptothe•while Dr. Walter S. Reid of Long
                                                                                   congregation to be voted on. The
                                                                                    members of the consistory state
                                                                                                                          Branch said he wasn't. Recorder
                                                                                                                         Fred Winters decided the case.
                                                                                                                                                                   Miss Thelma Mount Is recovering
                                                                                                                                                               from inflammatory rheumatism.
                                                                                                                                                                   Lewis S. Bortner has recovered
                                                                                                                                                                                                              and Drive                                                              £ & . SWEET CLOVER
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               :T C
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    PHONE 1245 • V . RED BANK,

       never closes. If you want day or night storage                              that they would prefer to have the               ——<i>                                                                      "That's the new Jewett Coach I" You hear it wher-
                                                                                                                                                               from his sickness.                              ever you go. Admiration greets this great car on
       we have all the name Implies.                                                chapel on the same aide of the road         School Teacher Promoted.           Mrs. C. E. A. Walton and sons
                                                                                    as the church, but the church does      Mrs. Ella F. ~mlth,. assistant, to of Little Falls are spending some               every hand. Because of its beauty of line and color.
                                                                                   not own sufficient property on that' the supervisor of the Neptune town- time with the former's parents, Mr.              . Because of its advanced features of design. Because
         . Yes, we wash cars al*o. Day and night ?erv-                              side of the road for the proposed ship schools, has been made princi- and Mrs. John A. Stiilts. at Bay                     its every detail bespeaks genuine quality.
       ice. Expert'washer on hand at'all hours. Store                              new building. .                  ':•• pal of the new school on Ridge ave- Head,                                                Beyond the striking beauty of Jewett Coach—
                                                                                       At present the church It handi- nue. York R. Rhode's is the new I Irs. Harold Duryea and children                       beyonditschamptonshipperformance—greater even
       your car for the night, give an order for a wash                             capped by lack of a chapel when principal of the Neptune high are enjoying a visit with Mrs.. Har-                         than its advanced enginecrinj—is the.following fact:
       and have a spic arid span car in the morning.' sociables, suppers and other func- school. —' • m a » .'• .'                                    .
                                                                                                                                                               riet Dunfee.
       Charges moderate. '                      ,         ,.'<••,'
                                                                                    tions are held. Most of these church
                                                                                                                                ENGLISHTOWN NEWS.
                                                                                                                                                                   Oscar H. Miller has accepted J                             Consider It Well!
                                                                                    affairs are now held at Mechanics'                                          position as teacher in the Ridge<
                                                                                    hall at Middletown.                                                                                                       Paige has put theexperience'of fifteen years of build-
            .'   '   • ' •   •'   '   •   •   •   '   .   '   •   •   '•   '   i   1
                                                                                                                          Summer Blbla School Opened Mon- wood high school.                                   ing into the Coach—sacrificing nothing to achieve
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                READY for y e «
               Special Commuters Service. Our storage                                                                          day with Good Attendance.           Harry Mintzer of New York is                                                                                          need» with modern equip
                                                                                       Amited for Drunken Driving.                                                                                            low price—improving the quality for which Jewett                           meat, expert bkndlu*,
       facilities for commuters cannot beexcelled. We                                                                        The summer bible Bchotl which visiting his sister, Mrs. Hyman, for               cars are justly respected. This fact alone more than                       B*. euro of lerTic* at
                                                                                       Geo|ge A. Cosgroveof Highland is being conductad by the Presby- two weeks.                                                                                                                        lowest ratal, arraiif*
       are near enough to the depot for. convenience                                Park was arrested at Matawan early terian church opened-with a good            Miss Lucy Perrine visited her sis-       ' justifies the enthusiasm that has greeted Jewett                           with at now.
                                                                                    Thursday morning' charged ' with attendance and keen interest on ter, Mrs. Harry. L.- Farrington of                       Coach—nationally I
       and your car will be cared for properly during                               driving 'an automobile without Monday. The boys and girls and Mount Vernon, over the week-end.                              Drive this great car yourself. Prove its value for
       your absence.                      .                                         lights.1 After being taken to police the teachers are enthusiastic over        The members of the Junior En-              yourself—as no one can tell you. Ju«t phone for a
                                                                                    headquarters, he wan examined by the work,            > '                  deav.r closed {heir meetings for the
                                                                                                                                                                summer on Friday when Mrs. Van-               demonstration.                                   «»•'»
                                                                                    Dr. Millard Ervin, who pronounced
                                                                                    him drunk. Cosgrove wan sen Mr. and Mrs. Alston VanDerveer Derveer gave them a party.
        149 West Front Street                            Red Bank, N. J.
                                                                                    tenced to thirty days in Jail but and daughter spent last week at
                                                                                    was released when he filed an ap Keansburg with Triends.
                                                                                    peal bond. •

                                                                                            Escaped in Earthquake.
                                                                                                                             Miss Adelaide Keyes enjoyed a Griggs,
                                                                                                                          visit with her sister, Mrs. Joseph
                                                                                                                          R. Vigne of Union Beach, last week
                                                                                                                                                                   Miss Dorothy Davis spent a few
                                                                                                                                                                days last week with Miss' Edna

                                                                                                                                                                         EVERETT NEWS.
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Jewett Coach                                                                  Monaouth County Surratate'i OBei.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    In. th« nutltr nt Of «it*te cf Utltcln
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       0.. Tlltan, deteued.                    . ,,

                                                                                                                             Mrs. Florence Otter and daugh-                                                                                                                         Notlet to creditor -to prtiest c]i!au
                                 Telephone 1296-                                        Mr, and-Mrs. H A, Beale of Went ter Elaine have returned to Mr.' and Farmer. Getting Ready to Dig Po                                                                                           aitlnit «Ute,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Puniunt to tin ord«r ot Joieph L, Cott-
                                                                                    Long Branch last, week received Mrs. D. E. Laird's after spending tatoe., With High Price, in View.                                                                                             ahay, surrogate of1, the County o{ - llo&« r
 ««««»«»*»•••••>••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••                                work, that their daughter, Mrr. the winter at Chicago.                                                                                                                                          mouth, mada on thi twinty-nintb day at •
                                                                                    Clara B, Vail; who lived in. the                                               The farmers' will start digging                                                                                  Junf, 192S, on the application of llary S . .
                                                                                                                             Miss Grace Trimble of Philadel- potatoes within a couple* of weeks.                                                 '      I.O.B. Detroit, tM«rtt«     Tllton. admlntitratrlx of tht n u l l o l
 NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ACCOUNT m»J. for th. alloutnee of commfislons earthquake zone at Santa Barbara,                                                                                                                                             frlffrlocklued +whtel bnitl    Malcolm O. ' Tllton, deceased, notlc* ] •
                                              ,«nd counsel l o t ,
 Xstat. «f Unit 5. Wolff, d.cin.d.
  - Vettae )• kw.b? ilo.r. that the aooounts     Dated Jum 30, A. D. 10211.         California, had escaped injury, al- phia was the guest of Mrs. Edward The outlook for good prices on the                                                                U lUfht extrt coic      hereby fflven to the creditor! of aaid. Am- *
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    seated to exhibit to the iubierlbtr, ^dmlu.
  at tht sifceiiiberi, instees <)f th. .it»t« Th. FARMERS LOAM AND TKUST CO.. though her,home was wltVin tiree
                                                                                                                          T. Rooney the past three weeks.       first part of the crop is very bright.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    istratrlx as aforeiald, their debt* and de»
  »f .tIJ 4e.ia.ed, irlll be audited-»nd                         BTANLEY L. WOLFF,                                           Nelson Hewitt of Port Republic Jersey potatoes were on sale at the                                                                                     mandi Mtainit the laid (State, under Mtb, \
, <UU4 ejr Ik. larront* <( t b . , County
  et Mfcnmoalb and reporMd lor Settlement At housedeanlng time you'll find occurred.
  to Mi. OrpbiM Court • ( « l d County, on many things you no longer need. Sell
                                                                                    blocks from where the main damage
                                                                                                   -    • ; .             is visiting his daughters; Mrs. J Perth Amboy markets last week and
                                                                                                                          Warren Rose and.family.               tl :y brought ?6 a barrel, according
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       F. H. VANDORN                                                within ibc months from, the 1date ef ,X)it
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    aforeiald order, or they ltll) be forever; *-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    birred ot their actions thereto; tltlnit tht
  Thunder, Ui» thirtieth Ur of Julj, A. D.'em. UteThe Register's Want De-               The Register's motto~"A >aper        Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Ely had a' to reports received by the farme.rsf                   Red Bank                                Phone 478                  said subscriber.
  1125, at .Thlch• tlm. application will b. partment.—Advortisement.                ID every home."—Advertisement.        their Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs,hereabouts. The rainstorms ias                                                                                                Dated Freehold, N. J..,June 1». 1»J5,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         MARY B. T1LTON.


                                                                                                               Men's and Boys'Clothing
                                                                                                              Hart Schaffner& Marx"                                             "Kirschbaum"                                   "Robert Wicks"                                        "Style Plus"
                                                                                                             $25.00 Men's and Young Men's                                                                                          Boys'2 Pants
                                                                                                             $30.00                                                                                                               surfs
                                                                                                             $35.00 Men's and Young Men's
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Boys' 2 Pants
                                                                                                             $40.00 SUITS                                                                                                          SUITS
                                                                                                             $42.50 Men's and Young Men's                                                                                          Boy.' 2 PanU
                                                                                                             $47.50 SUITS                                                                                                         SUITS
                                                                                                             $50.00 Men's and Young Men's                                                                          Every Boys' Suit has 2 Pairs Pants
                                                                                                             $60.00 SUITS                                                                                            Nearly every one is a vest suit
            Men's and Young Men's 2 Pants Suits, Blue Serge, Cheviot and Unfinished Worsteds
                                        Included in This Sale.
                             ALL STRAW HATS ONE-THIRD OFF REGULAR PRICE!
             Sale Starts
         Saturday. July 11                                            CLAYTON & MAGEE                                                                                                                                                                                                All Alteration!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              FREE? V
                                                                                             19 BROAD STREET, RED BANK, N .                                                                                                                                                                              ,a •'J
                                                                                                              _       ' RED BANK REGISTER, JULY £ 1925.
                                                                                   AUTO UPSETS AT FUNERAL.               .UNION BEACH NEWS.                        lome of Mrs. A. F. Mount last W«ek of Rev. ant" Mrs, ,O,,Ci Apg»r                                             . Mwimuih Ctwtr Swr»«»U'»:joiU,';*-

                                                                              Car Orerturn! at tho Entrance to Democratic Club SellV Over 500 Mr. andwn. Thomas MacDonald was formerly pastor of the Metho-
                                                                                       Fair View Cemetery.                    Ticket! for Dance Next Weak.   1
                                                                                                                                                                   reek.                 1             of-Toms River, Rev, Mr, Apgar
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           S.             ^            ^         In tht &atUfct,th»,«tattjp*'q»^ "
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Brown, <UMMM.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 NotUt to andltcn , to irts«ri| <ltl«k|
                                                                                                                                                                  ,nd Mr. Davit motored to Brooklyn dist church here.               '                                                    l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     aialnst ntata. ' •. c i »> " 2?*
                                                                                  An accident''of an unusual kind             The Union Beach Democratic Tuesday.
                                                                              occurred last Thursday at the'fu- club has sold 600 tickets for their
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Miss Beatrice Opdyke of French-
                                                                                                                                                                     Mrs. McCool ind family ot Bos- town is spending the summer with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             DECORATOR                               Pursuant to tkt ord«r xit Jowph, p.'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   lonakar. Burroiata 'of1 Ui« Oototy i f
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Jonpioutti, jiada m ths thlrt, dsjr it
                                                                             neral of Charles E. Crawford," who            dance tq be held at the'flrehouse, ton are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs.' Howard C. Opdyke of
                                                                             lived, near Middletown village. Friday, July. 17th.                                    irs. Noonan.                       Charles street.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Plain,"* Decorative                    Brown. aJmllilsftaWr el th» «sUt; Sjh
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Cttbarint Brown, tamufi. M * « ta k«rj-j
      Where Satisfaction Abounds!                                            Among those who attended the fun- Mrs. Wild and daughter Evelyn
                                                                                                                                                                     Miss Margaret Tlerney and her Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Steady of
                                                                             eral was Mrs. Charles Briggs: of of Brooklyn spent the holiday with fiance, Joseph McCoy of Newark, Jersey City spent the week-end
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ; Painting .                       1IT glvin to tht crsdltors et nld iffJ"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ti exhibit to theirtitiUjWi admlnU

           Everybody is familiur with the Fair prices effective in                                                                                                                                                                                                               anlnst tht said 41UU, Undtr eatl, 1
      the American Stores and Meat Markets. Our regular ad-                 Freehold,' her sister, Mrs. George Mrs. Thomas Corcoran,                             spent Sunday at the home-of Mr. with'Mrs. Steady's patents, Mr. and           , 54, Mechanic Street             sU months from the tali of tna ,
                                                                                ,ano of Long Branch, and Mrs. Mrs. Lucy Proclor and friends and.Mrs. Edward Cullen.                                    Mrs. C. Gerlcke,                                                          said order, or thiir will bi I M W . L
     vertisements ia the newsnnpers broadcast the good news to
      tho Horaekeepers in Four States. Still more important ia               Briggs's sister, They made the were guests of tlje former's mother,                     Helen Wiersing underwent an          Mr. and Mrs. John Rosnagle             RED BANK, Nf J.                 of thsir adtlons thoitlor af«|M* « • I
      tho Service and Satisfaction which predominate in ASCB                 trip in an automobile driven by Mrs, James Ross, over the week- iperation for the removal of her have returned to their home on,Oak                                 '• Phone 594
      Stores. The ever«increasing comm'ents which are made by               Mrs. Briggs. At the entrance to end, -                                                  mails at the Long Branch hospl- street after a three weeks' motor
 I our customers, and the widespread commendation by the hun-                  'air View cemetery, on the.state              Mrs. Mann and daughters of New al.                                        trip through New York state.
      dreds of thousands of Honiokecpcrs who are our customers,             highway, the car became unman- York spent a few days last weekJ William Vifne has accepted apd-                               Mrs. A. B. Moorefield and daugh-
   " year In -'and-year out; -all-go-to-provo'rconclusively—that-           ageablOSd overturned;" Thedoors with-Mrs.-Thomas-Corcoran.^—,T ition--with the Jersey Central ter Hannah entertained a number
      Seruce and Satisfaction.do abound in /JSCD Stores—                    of the automobile got jammed In                  Mr. and Mrs.. Robert Wiggias of power; and electric company at of friends from Newark over the
    , Where Quality Count! and Your Money Goes Furtheitl                      mch a fashion that the women Kearny spent a day last week with jakewood.'                                                holiday.
                                                                              ould not get out until some men Mrs, John Murphy.                                      John Copney is enjoying a few        Mr., and Mrs, •William Westcott
      Jimely, Splendid Value's in Washing Needs! J forced the doors open. Mrs. Briggs Mrs. VanHoltcn entertained over reeks' vacation at the home cf his of New York and Miss Elsa Butten-
                                                                             was not hurt, but her companions tho weekend Mr. and Mrs. House :randmother, Mrs. J. Cooney, Sr,, bach of Long Branch spent Sunday
            Buy This Combination and Count Your Savings                      received slight cuts, and bruises. and family of Weehawken Heights, t Newark,'                                            with Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Butter
|_.         •-•'••         ''rt'''          .""•'•     ] The entire lot |   The car was only slightly damaged. Mr. and Mrs. Hcsscn and family of                     Mr. ahdvMrs. G. H.Jones enter- bach of Carr avenue,
                                                                          : Many persons remarked that they Wert New York, Mr. and Mrs.tained at a lobster supper Tuoaday                                 R. O. Meyer of New York spent
jvccnic. I v o r y          S o a p , ••>...               [ . . f«'        had never seen an accident which Skinner of Delaware Water Gap night; After supper singing "and tho week-end with his sister, Mrs,
   Tw f                                                                      ooked so bad and' yet which .was and Mr. nnd Mrs. Benson of Lyn- lancihjr were enjoyed.' The guests U. Solomon of Beacon boulevard.
    c;J P.&.G. Naphtha Soap J 2 5 °                                          less productive of bad results.              Hurst. . • • • ;                        pere Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bade, Mr.       Miss. Flo Iiicnrl of Brooklyn
                                                                                                                             Mrs. J. Delany, Mrs; J. Barrett and Mrs1.- Burtis Aumack, Mr. nndspent several days this week with
                                                                                                                          and daughter Helen of Brooklyn Mrsi C. W Farley, Mr. and Mrs.Mr. and Mrs. P. Licarl of Belvedere
    Princess Gloss Starch                               pkg                  M1DDLETOWN VILLAGE NEWS. spent a few days last week with A. Mino,"Mr. and Mrs. Fred CIBUSB, Beach.                                         '                                A Profit and Pleasure
                                                                                                                          Mrs. Martin Delaney.'                   3ecil Ackerson, Fred Everson and         Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Pyatt and
     Reg 9                                             hoU
                                                                               >unday Evening Servicea Discontin-             Charles Sappah, Sr., is the n e w amen McKittrick.                        daughters Lena and Reba of Lev-                    INVESTMENT
     - ° OSCQ Ammonia 3                                          25*                  ued at Two Churches.                 postmaster of Union Beach. He
                                                                                  Sunday evening services have succeeds Charles Parry.
                                                                                                                                                                     Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rotten and ensvillo spent the week-end with
                                                                                                                                                                  'amily of Brooklyn have moved to Mr. and Mrs. Howard Opdyke. „
     Res 7c
        OSCO Bluing       4                             btl
                                                                 25c        been discontinued at the Reformed                Mrs. Wildgust of Jersey City vis- heir new home on Laurel avenue.
                                                                            and Baptist churches for tho rest of ited'Mrs, Charles Sappah, Sr., last                     • '       m • >»
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Mrs. .Ethel Brill, Mr. and Mrs
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Charles' Parsell and daughters Ar-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  THE pleasure in wearingbyDiamond is of the quality.if It's
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    one of our Diamonds
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      even 'greater

               Buy Where Your Money Goes Furthest! •                        the summer.                   .               week and while here rented a cot-                                             line,and Anitta of Newark, spent          Every Diamond we sell is 'selected by experts who know and
                                                                                  Rev. and Mrs, J, A. Thomson tage for the season.                                        KEANSBURG NEWS.               Sunday with Mr,-and; Mrs. John            insist on porfect cutting, brilliancy and the maYiy other quali-
               Another Big Sale of Pineapple!                                 ;pent the Fourth at Middlebush,                Dot McKiernan, who has been Belvedere) Beach' Pageant to Open Rossnagle of Oak street.                               ties that go to make a Diamond we sell a better Diamond.
                                                                            bringing home with them their under the personal direction of                                     on July 20th.                Councilman .*« Judson , Palmer
          You will find here still lower prices on this delicious                                                                                                                                                                                                It'i a Savin} Reputation That
     fruit dessert or breakfast dish.
                                                                            grandson Kenneth Thomson, who is John Nount, has become a popular                                                           has returned from a short trip to
                                                                            spending a week with them.                    Charleston dancer.                          The. Belvedere Beach pageant Poughqua, Now'York.                                       ' Keopi You a Friend of Thli Storal                  .'
                                                          can                     The ladies' aid society of the             Charles Sappah of Jersey City is will be held this' year on July 20th,        Mrs. L. Ceveling'has returned to
    ••••. "« Gold Seal P i n e a p p l e                               15c  Baptist church of New Monmouth enjoying a few weeks with his 21st* 22d and 23d. Special features Blbomaburg after a -visit with Mrs.

  3 large cans Pineapple
                               3 enns 43c

                                                     r.           . 63c
                                                                            met last week at Mrs. John M.'ffitf
                                                                            yer's aPthis place.
                                                                                  J: E. Harvey has recovered from
                                                                                                                        * irrandmother, Mrs. Charles Sappah, are being planned for each day. E. Rockofollow,

                                                                              he injuries which he received in a were held at the firehouse Sunday.
                                                                                                                                                        -.     ' K big feature will be the contest
                                                                                                                                                                  :or tho Goddess of the Bay. AH
                                                                                                                             The first masses of the season vonieri'eighteen years'or over are
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        m ««)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   A Buiy Viiltor.
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Luke Longhead's department o:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              MONMOUTH'S LEADING JEWELER
                    Slices slightly broken.                                   "all from a cherry tree a short time Both masses were so crowded tbat iligible, Tho winner of the contest The Register can help yob find th
                                                                                                                                                                  his year will receive.a sedan car. money'for a business enterprise, o
                                                   Urge can                   igo.       '   •..    -       . - - • > •   it may be necessary to have three                                                                                        36 BROAD ST. "r                              RED BANK
                                                                                                                                                                      Mrs: Harry" Beaman,. Mrs. L. for. a home. Luke talks to ove                                                  v
  Gold Seal Pineapple                                3           * 73c            Miss Laura V. Jones and Miss masses.
                                                                            Catherine "Cairns' of New York
                                                                                                                                                                    tanford, Hrs. John Covert and Mrs. 36,000 persons every week.—Adyer
                                                                                                                             Mrs. Downey and son James of !lyd» Carhsrt. were visitors last tlsement
                                                                            spent the Fourth and Sunday with Newark spent Sunday with Mrs. T;
                           The Most Popular Blend in                        friends here.                                  O'Neill o£ Park avenue, where the
                                      Four States!                                Word has been received from former's son James is enjoying a
                                                                                 ev. E. W. Mandeville of his safe few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. James
                                                                              irrival in England.

                                                                                                                           O'Neil and son Junior of Newark
                                                                                  Arrangements, are being made to spent Wednesday wi^h Mrs. O'Neil.
                                                                            hold a picnic for the Reformed                    Mr. and Mrs.,Charles Sappah, Jr.,
                                                                             Sunday-school, but tho date and of Jersey City, spent the week-end
                                  You'll taste the Difference!               place .for, the outing have not yet at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
                                                                               lecn fixed.                                 Charles Sappah, Jr. .
           &SCO Evaporated Milk tall «„                                           Frank Ferry has had new shingle             Mr. and Mrs. Terrence Eeilly,
                                                                              enclosures put on his house on the Sr., are the proud grandparents to
               Especially good on fresh summer fruits.                        Mutswamp road and he has hada baby boy, bor:i to Mr. and Mrs.
                                                                              »ther improvements made.                     Terence Reilly, Jr., of Newark.
     Prids of Killarney Tea ii blended to suit the
              tastes of the most particular.
                                                                                  Fred Smith is employed on a con- - HURII Murphy of -the "Lady Be
                                                                              xacting job at Upper Montclair.              Good" show paid a visit to' the
          Pride of Killarney
                 Sealed Ib tin W H „      C                                        DICKMAN'Si                                     • DICKMAN'S
                  "Tea of Distinction."
          Plain Black or Mixed                    dSCO Orange Pekoe
                                                                                         Watch For Our
                                                    Old Country Style
  M-ft    P kg              tt>
                                                  India Ceylon and Java              Weekly Super Specials
     14c : 55c                                Dks    * ' C .     D k ff

                                  blend for every tastci
         Pulverized or XXXX

   Confectioner VSugar 3uthpk" 25c
                                                                                     JULY WONDER SPECIAL
     Vcu Can Buy              n          •!               each   ^ A
                                    a         S
            Galvanized *                 "                       1^C
      When you buy one of these you saveOc—think of thatl
         3 Twelve-box pkg»                          Two Big Boxes
                 Safety                              Double Dip
                                                        b                                       THE STORE OF BETTER VALUES
                      for                                    for                                                                                                                                      FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN
  Matches                    25cMatches                                   9c                    RED BANK, N. J.
                                                                                           Corner Broad and Mechanic Streets
              The Butter That Leads the Way!
                                                                                           Pillow Cases                       Silk Hose
                                                                                     46x36 Pillow Cases of fine 69c Ladies' Silk Hose with run
                                                                                     quality muslin,            stop guard; all the lead
                                                                                     hemstitched                ing shades and Bizes
                              BUTTER                                                      Table Covers                          Corsets.
           It's the Finest Butter in America!                                        60x60 Imported Japanese Table Royal Worcester Corsets and
          RICHLAND BUTTER                                  .'ft1 49c                 Covers—a wonderful 0 1 An Corselettes in a fine quality
                                                                                     selection           « ( U . W brocade; made to fit $1 (iti
                                                                                                                   and fit to wear        XiW
                   Good Butter at a very low figure.
                                                                                               Scarfs                     Windsor Crepe
          There's a difference in Bread, and this ii the best
                                                                                     18x64 Dresser Scarfs in Jap- Dainty Windsor Crepe in most
   Bread                                                                             anese prints or broad lace, wonderful summer shades and
                                                                                     trimmed with beautiful ¥]
                                                                                     lace medallion insert
                                                                                                                 patterns   ' J ydj. * | QQ

                     Bread in its most tasty form.

   Victor                                     , OSCO Sponge 1 C                c
   Bread 'nrBe Pan '0!li-                      Cake         Pkg * W •
      A favorite with many.                      Expecting company?
    Ecu. 18c       1
                   " ' « v " l ' I ""
  Sweet Mixed j n l C K l C S
   Plain Sour ( _ ,   _,_                                        Dawn
   chow chow          3       50c
   Sour Mixed ^

             New White                                           25c
   Pickled Onions                                Try It.
                                                 A refreshing nll-ycnr-round
       3 b o u 50c                            tlrink. Combination of Coflfne,
                                              Honatod Vegctnlilo end Chicory.

     Tempting Foods and Beverages for Hot Days
             Corn Starch                           3 p ^ 2Oc
                                                                                                                                                                        Special, $60 Suits Reduced to - • $ 4 2 . 5 0
    (tSCQ Clniier Ale, Sursoparllla, Root Beer
     ftSCO Grape Juico
                                                 lnr(fe bot 12o
                                                    pt bot 23c
                                                                                                                                                                        Boys' 2-Pantt Suits Reduced to - - $ 7 , 5 0
     Wetcli'i Grapelado                         larKo jnr 28c                                                                                                            (
     4SCD Freih Strawberry Preserve! ...tumbler IBCJ |i\r 23c
     Schlorer's Potato Salad                            jftt j 4 c
                                                                                                                                                                                 Straw Hats Reduced 25 Per Cent
     Underwood1! Devileil llnm
     Fancy Red Alaska Salmon
                                                    3 aim 25c
                                                        cim 30c
     Marshall'! Herring (Klppurud'or Tomnto Snuco) ..cnn 27e
                                                                                                                                                                        English Broadcloth Shirts, Special at - $ 1 . 9 5
     C»llfornl» Sardine! (Tumnto Snuce) , , ,
     R. A R. Uoneil Chicken .,,
                                                   blg'tnii ISc
                                                        cnn 55,
                                                                                                                                                                        White Oxford, reg. $3, Special at - -         2h
     TmU Telli Miyonnalin , , , . , . .       ,  ,Jnr 12c, 34c
     4SCO ,W«t Shrimp . . , ,                           cnn 200                                Pongee                             Voile
   ' Sunihine Quaker Wafers

          39 BROAD STREET
                                                                                     Genuine imported purs iillk A' most wondorful lolectlon of
                                                                                     Pongee (Shantung) tultablo 40-Inch ChllTon Voiles or Nov.
                                                                                     for flno lumhior
                                                                                     frocki ,•«•«•,*,• • *(j * «.»j
                                                                                                                    city Urondclothi),    QQ-ydi
                                                                                                                    Spoclnlly'iitlcod at » v V

                                                                                                                                                                      67 Broad Street
                                                                                                                                                                                            P. T. JIANNINE                    CL.OTHIER                                  Red Bank. N. J.
 | SHREWSBURY AVE and OAKLAND STREET;                                                 It T<k»t Quality to Make Economy Ltgltlmate
                           rKfftetTv«*in OuTlUd UTnlTstorss I
                                                                                                                        RED BANK REGISTER, JULY 8, 1925.
                                                                                                                                                              scph Aul treasurer                    at.nine o'clock so that persons who
                                                                                              tent to the
                                                                       YEARS AGO IN RED BANK. hisMrs. Sarahcounty jail'offor beating
                                                                                                             Layton       Red Bank
                                                                                                                                                             app librarian of the Eintracht so- were locked up In the town jail
                                                                                                                                                            lety.                                   over night should • g e t an early
                                                                                          OF OLD IN AND was badly .injured toi the head and                    Assessor Thomai P. Brown, who hearing.
                                                                           AROUND OURHOME TOWN.                   eheulders.rya fall down stalrsv            'elghed about 200 pounds, fell              Henry A. Guyon moved his piano
                                    ANOTHER                            Incidents CulUi from The RtfiiUr              Henry S. Conover. of Marlboro torn a load of hay arid was badly and wall paper business from the
                                                                            of th* 8«coiut W « k la July township died from cancer at the
                                                                            Twenty Y«ar» Ago, Thirty Y u r i «ge of 54 years.               • '
                                                                                                                                                             ijured on the chest and b|ck.          Truex building to one of t'..e new
                                                                                                                                                               Rev. George K. Allen of Red stores in the George Hance Pater-
                                                                                                                     Dr. • Edward P. Taylor, Sr., of        lanHwas made a doctor of divinity, son building. The Postal telegraph
                                                                            Ago and Forty Y«ara Ago.
                                                                                                                  Mlddletown had: a very severe" par- lat title having been conferred on company arranged' to occupy part
                                                                                    Forty Y«ara Ago.              alytio stroke.'       • ;.:'.     ,       lm by Colgate university.               of Mr. Guyon'B Btore for their of-
                                                                            A big- sailboat Me* was held, on                                                   Roy White,' s.on of Henry C. fice.                 • .'           ..:.'•
                                        SERVICE                           it Shrrffabury river off Rid Bank.
                                                                                                                            Thirty .Y«an A | s . "
                                                                                                                      William P. Corlies made many
                                                                       owned and silled by Captain Tom- n his sidewalks.. Fines of ?3 were lit dislocated.
                                                                                                                                                              hits of Little Silver, was knocked , James E. Degnan, a lawyer of
                                                                       The race wai won by tho Madeline, complaints • about bicyclers, tiding iown by a bicycle and his left hip Red Bank, was spending $5,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                    to enlarge his residence on River-

                                                                       my KlddU. The Just Bight, owned imposed on each.' Franklin Pierce                       Richard B. FowleT of Spring aide avenue, with an addition two                                    We are glad tp see the
               Persons living or sojourning in Red Bank, or in         by Thomas Gibson of Ellraaeth and Stryker, who.was marshal of Red ,reet died of typhoid fever, aged stories high and containing four
                                                                           lled-i by . Captain Abram Long, 3ank at the time, found Monmouth                      years. He loft a widow and rooms. The contractor was William                                  young business man enthu-
               other Jersey shore reaorto from Sea Bright to             ame in second. . The other boats itreet very muddy and ha. rod*.on ne child.                       '            ,     •     C/Brown.                          - ' .
               Bay. Htead, may now make their purchases by              ind their captains were the Lizzie ;he sidewalk in front of Mr, Cor-                   Elmer. J. Willett of Port Mon-             Tha new Red Bank police force                         siastic about his business.
               phone; at the Bawiberger store and'receive their         *., Captain Clinton R, James; Bes- les's house. Mr, Corlie's complained nouth gave a fine Shetland pony went on duty and J. Frank'Patter-                                              It shows that he takes an
                                                                        lie B., Captain Joe Ludlow; Percy, against Marshal Stryker but the nd cart to his daughter Jeannette. son and W, Frank Howard wero ap-
              <- goods.the next day.                                   Captain J:ta C, .Warden; Edith, marshal escaped a fine and'costs by                     Tho price of Columbia bicycles/ pointed night policemen to be on                                interest in it, and'will make
                                                                       Captain Charles E. Burd; Widow, apologizing to< Mr. Corlies and say- Mch had been $150each,.was re- duty from half-past' seven o'clock
                                                                       Captain E. W. Throckmortoh; Min- Jig he Wouldn't do It again.                         uced by William A. Cole to $100. at night until daylight tho next day.                            steady progress.' We are
                                                                        lie B., Captain James Doughty; and                                                     The calendar fete o f the women            D. vOnes Roberta's house1 and                        always pleased to make
                  PHONE ASBURY PARK 5200                               Idle Hour, Captain1 Charles "obbini.           Thirteen, children' of the Ecd f Trinity church was very success- baity at Atlantic Highlands we're de-
                                                                       Prltta of silverware were given to 3ank ; public schools had been ul and over $200 was cleared.                               stroyed by fire. The house was oc-                        our service helpful to our
                                                                       the two winners and also to John lelther absent nor late during the                     The school's of Shrewsbury town- cupied by Jacob Linzmayer, who
               Arrangements have been made whereby all tel-            0., Warden, whcce boat, the Percy, ichoql year. These children were hip, spent ? 16,126.79. during the with his family had barely time to                                               customers.
                                                                       came in third.                             Lillian Chadwlck, •'. Fred' Conklin; chool year ending June 30th.                  escape from the,burning house. •
               ephone orders received before 8:00 P. M. daily               Forman H. Emith got the con- Lily Taylor, Joseph Hesse, Bessie                     Harry B. Pitcher of'Long Branch             Cornelius Hendrickson o£ Middle-
               (Saturday etfcepted) will be filled and delivered       tract: for earryir.fr the mail between L'ovetti Julia' ValleaU, Bessie White, :ot the contract to raise Hubbard'! town died at the age of 91 years
                                                                       Red'Bank and Oceanic and deliv-             Hamie VanDorn, Richard Case, iridge for?3,895.                                    at the home of his son, William T.
               to you by our own automobile the following day.         ering th» Fair Haven mail on the Fry Emma Duncan, Annie Conover,                        Stephen LeQuier was engaged as Hendrickson. Cornelius Hendrick-
                                                                       W*y.. Two round tripe a day were Reginald Conover and; Lillian An- :ach€r of the Tinton Falls public son was the oldest man in Middle-
               This should prove a great convenience to sea- -
               shore people as it virtually' makes the great           required and Mr. Smith got seven- ionidesi ;               .
                                                                                                                      Cows owned by Frank Byram got
                                                                                                                                                            ichool..                                 town township.                .             BROAD STREET NATIONAL BANK
                                                                        ;een cents'* for each rdiind trip.                                                                                                 John Reddington of New Mon-
               Bamberger store an Asbury Park institution. ---
                                                                                                               p loose and destroyed a number of                     Twenty Yeara Afb,               mouth died of pneumonia after a              -                    Red Bank.N.J.
                                                                       Benjamt;i T. White carried the mail raluable plants.owned by Dr. Wal-                   The ladies' aid society of the sickness of three days. He was 65
                                                                       between Little Silver station and er VanVIiet, whose scientific plant first Methodist church held a fair years aid and leff three sonsj Fran-
                                                                         he Little Silver postofflce. Two gardens contained'.' plants from ind'supper to help pay for im- cis, Timothy and Harry. Reddington,
                                                                       malls were: carried each v/ay per many parts of the world, which he
              L. BAMBERGER & CO.                                       day and ha got J10 a month or •as hybridizing. Mr. Byram of- irovements which had been recent-
                                                                       38 cents a day, for the work.,
                                                                                                                                                                                                           William E. Johnston, who had
                                                                                                                                                                made to the church. A basement been running the Mineral Springs
                                                                                                                   lered to pay; for airdamaga; dqne ad been constructed under the hotel at Tinton Falls, moved to Red
                                                                           . Sidney B. West of Red Bank was IO far as money could compensate
                                                                                                                                                             hurch building, - steam heat had Bank, arid his brother, George
                         "One of America's Great Store*"               a great'chicken fancier. He bought 'or the loss.                   .     '
                                                                       a Betting of game fowl eggs from a • A cherry1 tree in' 'front of the ieen put in, and the church had Johnston, took charge of the hotel.
                                                                       New York breeder and paid a very llckles homestead In Shrewsbury een newly carpeted. A large num-                                   Wlnfleld Wainwright of Little
                                    Newark, N. J.                      high price for 'them. Tho eggs /as struck by lightning and torn to >or of the women o£ the church Silver rode to Red Bank on his bi-
                                                                       hatched out and' the chickens were •ieces., The cherry tree had been took part in the fair. A show was cycle and left it in front of a Rod
                                                                       doing well, when the.young son of iet out ninety! years previous' by given at.which B^IOS were sung by Bank store.. When he went to get                                        BE PARTICULAR!
                                                                             neighbor with a pair of scissors' fohn Sickles,' father of Theodore, Mildred Birdsall, Eamcralda Graf it he found the wheel was stolen.
                                                                         :ut off the chickens' wings close to Fohn, George'H. and Richard.Sick- and Helen Chamberlain; recitations                         Prof. Stephen V. Arrowsmith,
                                                                         M r bodies. • The result wa4 that es. Thia was the third time the were, given by Juanita Storck; supervising principal of the Red
                                                                                                                                                            Helen Hagerman played a                  Bank public schools, loft for his                   If you want a car that "will do
                                                                          ill the chickens died.                   :ree had been struck by lightning olo, Ruth Zieglcr, Esmeralda zither camp- in the Adirondack mountains'
                                                                             The Irvington baseball club of
                                                                        Brooklyn with handsome baseball ted Bank public schools was or-
                                                                                                                      Th,e almnni; association of thi ind Dorothy Decker played piano to spend the school vacation.                                      for a month or so," you needn't 1
                   •                .                       .   -
                                                                          uits, face masks, .face guards and :anlzed .with forty .members'. olos, Charles R. D. Foxwell gave a                             John J. Thompson died at his                  be so particular where you buy.
                                                                        all other baseball paraphernalia, Jeorge A. Longstreet was president larmonica solo, Archie Brown gave home at Leonardville from heart
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        . But if you are thinking in terms
                  Fishing for Fun                                       went to, Highlands, to play, the nd. the other officers were Miss . Teading, Edward H. Lafetra disease. He was 72 years old and
                                                                        Parkertownsrs a,fame of Sunday Ritie. Morford, Miss Sadie Sickles, played a flute solo and Johnny he and hia'wife had recently cele-
                                                                        baseball.' The Parkertowners wpre Warren H. Smock, Mrs» Nellie Quinn sang a song and was en brated their-golden wedding.
                                                                          heir everyday fishing suits but .they HeiBley, Miss Kdith Spinning, Reg- cored. At the service on Sunday                         Max Mindlin, who conducted a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         of years—as one should on an
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         investment as important as this
                                            and                         beat tho Brooklyn club so bajily inald Bennett and Joseph Parker. morning following the fair, pledges restaurant business in the Allen
                                                                        that'(He Parkertown boys lost'track                                                 amounting to $3,600 were made to building on West Front street,                              —trade where you can trust.
                                                                                                                      Willie 'Smock of Broad street >ay for the improvements of the moved to a store in the Stout block

                            Fishing fdr Fish
                                                                        of the runs;              '          J-,
                                                                             The. Hed Bank water works were celebrated his flftlii. birthday with :hurch.                         * .       .         at the foot of Broad street.
                                                                        put,In operation and 33 residents a party., , His guests were Millie                    Walter B. Parsons's orchestra              Charles Windsor VanVIiet, Ben-
                                                                        of Red Bank introduced water in Cornwell, • , Mabel ; Wilbur, May made an excursion to Coney Island, jamin Franklin VanVIiet, Paul                                                          FRANK VAN SYCKLE                                   '       /         1
                                                                        their houses. The water: commis- Throckmorton^ Ethe.1 Sutphin, Lida                        excursion party waB made up Parker and Mrs. Bowdoin Hazard                                E. V. Hughei, Mgr. 149-1 SI W. Front St.                           /
                    Some fishermen go .fishing i!or fun. Other          sioners, who were John S. Apple VanMater, Beth 'VanDorn, George if Mr. and Mrs. George Keough, were confirmed at Christ church,
               fishermen go fishing for fish. •'•••                     gate, Anthony Reckless and William Hoffmire, Walter VanDorn, Willie Mr. and Mrs. Horace Vine, Mr. and Shrewsbury.
                                                                        S. Sneden, arranged to-supply tho Sayre, Paul Mitchell, Russell Til- Mrs. Frank A. Chadwick, Mrs. Jo-                              David I. Vanderveer's boarding
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Telephone 1296
• . • ; - :                                                             New York and' Long Branch rail- ton and Frisco and Victor ValdeB.                   ieph Reilly, Miss Cecil Weaver, Miss house at Shrewsbury was filled with                                                                                                     it
                                                                                                                      Deiaphine McGuire, wife of Nellie Kuhl, Miss Gertrude Thomp- boarders and many applicants had
                  • It's a good deal the fsatne way with''some          road and the New Jersey Southern
                                                                        railroad with water.                 !, Charles McGuire, got mad at her ion, Miss Florence Hagerman, Miss to be turned away for lack of room.                            DODGE BROTHERS DEALERS SELL GOOD USED CARS
               business men in regard to their advertising.                                                        husband and jabbed a-hatpin in his
                                                                             Mrs. Bennett, a tenant In the Me? neck. Her husband had her ar lizabeth Higginson, Charles Davis,                              Samuel Soden of Everett bought
               Some of them advertise for the fun of'seeing             Mahon building on Front street, rested and Justice James H. Sickles Idwin Davis, Newton Qoremus, a new reaper and binder and had
               their advertisement in ane,wspaper. Others ad-           and Mrs. Miller, another tenant'; in fined her $5. A husband 1B liable              Leon Morford, Ralph Willguss, Fer- many engagements to reap the
               vertise to bring customers into their places of          the same building, each waited; to for his wife's debts and so Charles ren Blaisdell, Johnnie Quinn, Wai- grain of the farmers theTeaboOts.
                                                                        use the stationary wash tubsln the McGuire had to pay his 'wife's fine. ;er B. Parsons, Edwin Hobbs, Her-                           Daniel Denise Lefferson of Little
               business. ,.,.             ^V-^.-., '"'. "".,            building,. They got in a row snd              Mrs. Leah Crawford, widow of
                                                                                                                                                              iert Cullington, Charles E. Nieman, Silver won a.first and third prize hi
                                                                        beat each other. (with beer'bottles William Crawford, died of paraly- rving Braun, Leon de la Reussille, a horse show for teams which he
                                                                        and then each woman had the,other sis at Holmdel, aged 84 years, r., and Alex Curchin.                                        had oh exhibition.
                   - Some men! advertise carelessly who would           arrested for assault and battery,' leaving two sons and two daugh                       Edyyard LongBtreet, chief of the            Frank Parker, son of W. R. Par-
                                                                             Azarlah_Conover, a farmer of                                                   Red Bank fire department, made a ker of Little Silver, resigned his                   V ^ U a L a l T l E C ««rf«*«>,« or w <U»l«n wffl nt
               they were'.buying a bill of goods to sell at.their       Mlddletown,. died o f typhoid pneu- Crawford, John B. CrawfordrJeiv somi.annual_rDport_toi_the commis- job of JigMIngjth^Jamps on the
               stores they wdiild examine the goods to see that         monia. He descended from Wolfert nie Crawford and Jamesanna Craw' sioners in which he said that-five RumBon road.                                               '
                                                                        Garretsen VanCovenhoven, who ford.                                                  fires had occurred in Red Bank dur-             Millard Fillmore Tetley of Red
               they were getting jtjiebest bargain in that class         ame to. this country, from Holland                                                 ing the previous six. months. One Bank was run'into by a bicyclist
               of goods/ • iThey; would consider: whether -the            n 1680i- Mr. Conover left three Dr. Ned' Taylor 6f Middletown member of the fire department had and'his shoulder and back were
                                                                        children, Charles E. Conover, Mrs:         gave a terrapin supper to a num died, this being Harry Smock of badly Injured.                             ••-.-•-
               goods were the best adapted to their line o i
               customers. The quality of the goods, the cost
               of freight, and a dozen other points' would be
                                                                        Samuel Rogers-and J. Dey Conoverf ber of friends... His guests were J. Broad street, who.was. a member Mrs. Rebecca HendrlcUifon of
                                                                             Frank Patterson of Asbury Park        Dey Conover, Henry C. Taylor, Ed if Navesink hook and ladder com- Broad street fell down stairs.. Her
                                                                        was convicted of forgery for sign- ward Taylor, Henry D. Smith, Rich- pany. William Soffel was the only arm and one of her front teeth
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           LUSTRE LASTS
               considered before the goods were bought.                 ing the name of Uriah White to a ard Lufburrow, Frank Oaborn, Gill new member of, the fire department, were broken.
                                                                        note with the names pf William W. ionover and H. T. Seeley.                            e having joined Union hose com-              H. Raymond Eisner, son of Sig-
                                                                        Conover and Samuel T. Hendrlck- Riding a bicycle waa a greal pany. There were 172 members in mund Eisner, graduated from Phil-
                                                                        eon of Red Bank as endorsers. The          sport at Belfor,d, and Luther At- the fire department.                              lips Exeter academy in New Hamp-
                                                                        note had been raised from $200 to kins, Frank Teal, Halseyv. Llsk,                      Marian Sherman, daughter of shire.
                  '. The same consideration should be jgiven to           12,200.                                  George Sherman, Mortimer Secoi William H. Sherman, celebrated her                        Lester Hance of Monmouth street
               a storekeeper's advertising that he gives to buy-                                                   and Jacob Johnson of that placq
                                                                             Miss Jennie-P. Sickles of Red were among the riders who made a ixth birthday with a party and was with a blank cartridge pistol. burned on the hand while fool-
               ing a bill of goods.               .,.'..                Bank and Miss Annie Matthews and Sunday century run.                                Dorothy Weeks and Billia Hen- Ing
                                                                                                                                                                                                            William Hartshorne's        infant
                                                                        Sybllla S. Snyder graduated from George H,                                          drickson got prizes of toy donkeys
                                                                        the Freehold graded school. Miss Highlands was Stewart aof Atlantic for winning at the game of pinning daughter Anne Middletown. at                was baptised
                   Some storekeepers wait till almost • the last        Julia H. Field oi Red Bank irradu- he                       mowing lawn when ha tail on tho donkey. The others Christ church at
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Rain or Snow,
               minute before preparing their advertisement for          ated from the Freehold young la- wasthrew a missile atin dog which at tin party were Doria Sneden, Edward Layton' of Navesink were
                                                                                                                                                                                                        '-. James Brown of Red Bank and
               a newspaper.                                             dies' seminary,
                                                                                                                          digging a hole          the lawn. William Miller, George Voorhees,
                                                                                                                   The missile hit the dog and Stewar                                                 both stricken with paralysis. •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Sleet or Dust,
                                                                             Mrs. Annie M. Duffy of New was arrested and fined $5 for cruel Iharlotto Cooper, Marlari Mount, Edgar Seaman of Oceanic fell
                                                                        York bought the Mansion house ty to animals.                                        William and Beatrice Rafferty, Por-                                                         will not dim the Lustre of
                   Then they sit down in. a hurry, dash off             property on the river, bank in the The Knights of Pythias held an tia Bergen, Dottie and Isabel Lee, ribs.
                                                                                                                                                                                                       from a cherry treo and broke threo

               something1 to fill their space/ and let it go at
               that.        '••'.       _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
                                                                         western .part ,of i.the town for election and elected Daniel C. Wood Helen French, Ruth Scott,'Kenneth
                                                                        (6,500. The property comprised chancellor commander, Frank Watt Blancho VnnBrunt.and Myrtle and Dont put that out-grown furni-
                                                                         about four acres of land in addition vice chancellor, FfBd W. 'Mosello
                                                                                                                                                             and Lizzie Davis
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         m ^         .

                                                                                                                                                                                                       ture in the attic. Sell it through
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       MOBO AUTO BODY POLISH
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      How many tlmea has It happened?
                                                                        to the hotel."                                                                           Martin' Kearney celebrated his Luke Longhead's department of Tho
                                                                                                                   prelate,' Frank Chambers master- thirtieth anniversary as flagman at Register.—Advertisement. .                                    You've just finished poliahing your car — it'* thinlng* brtt>
                   The storekeeper who bought his goods that                  George Mark* of Red Bank, who at-arms and Calvin Kennell maste,
                                                                                                                                                            the Broad street crossing of the                                                          liantly and you have a toclal engajttnent to keep.
               way would not last long.                                  was employed at Knapp & West's of work.                                                                                                                                      A sudden rain itorm breaks and gloom duccndi. Your
                                                                         grocery More at Seabright, fell Charles Harvey was electee New York and Long Branch rail-

                       But no storekeeper ever buys his goods that
                                              r •
                                                                          :rolrt his wagon and was dragged a prophet of the Oceanic Red Men' road. Ho said his thirtieth anni-
                                                                         long'distance by the horso. He lodge and A. C. Harvey was eloctoi versary week waa tho busiest he
                                                                         very severely bruised.                     sachem. Jacob Zerr was senio: of ocrvlco
                                                                                                                                                             had known during his whole term
                                                                                                                                                                                                            For                                       energy and time were waited—the rain will deaden that
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      brilliant lustre.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      BUT NOT IF YOU.USED MOBO AUTO BODY POIISR

                    He is very careful to buy only the goods
               that he thinks will fill his customers' needs. '
                                                                              Charles Antonldes, need six sagamore and Dr. Walter Savag went over and road more trains
                                                                         years, ton. of S. S. Antonldes, was Whltmore was junior sagamore.
                                                                         accidentally out over the eye with a Miss Little B. Merchant, daugh. tho railroadin any other week Bince
                                                                         bottle thrown by Midas Washing- ter of Charles Merchant of Re
                                                                                                                                                             week than

                                                                                                                                                                            was built.
                                                                                                                                                                                       during that
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Tire Service
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  TELEPHONE 72.R
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      This wonder body pollih defies rain, snow, aleet, heat or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      cold and, despite these dementi, your ear will long retain
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      the pristine glory of a MOBO FINISH: brilliant, noft-grea-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      ly, enamel'like.
                                                                         ton from Dr. Richard F. Borden'i Bank, was married to Arthur Mln                        Howard S. Higglnsoh borrowed                                                         You ihould me MOBO Auto Body Pollih becauici                             / ,"
                                                                         dent..t offlca window.                                                                  blcyclo from Edwin Hobbs of                                                                                                                                      , ,,
                                                                                                                    ton, who was in the employ o                                                                                                          li'i quick >nd eiiy to u n .
                                                                              Charles D. Warner of Red Bank George W. and Arthur E. Smith o Shrewsbury and left It in the stair-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           It 1;»T«I • hud,   irt,   ••unut*

                '' His advertising is expected to do a large             who had been in the insurance mill- Fair Haven.                                      way .leading to Daniel H. Apple-       Our Service car is                                                                      Ilk* flalih.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ln< i n |T««ri|h.f«f.M,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ' A

                                                                         ness many years, took as a partner There were lots of dogs runnln gate's law odlco. Tho bicycle was                                                                u                                                 nol exch nor hold duiu    /     -
               part in selling these goods. Therefore he ought           Matthias Woolley of Long Branch looio in Red Bank and Chief o not rocovcred and Mr. Higginson
                                                                                                                                                              mado tho loss good, Mr. Higginson
                                                                                                                                                                                                       always ready.                                      It proilucei « brlllUnt luitr*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           It li guirant«<d not to harm
               to be as careful in telling his customers about                                               1
                                                                         and the firm name bocame C, D, Police James Walsh offered boy had just passed his examination                                                                                      hc.lnorlhleUmtnd.                  (urfici.

               his goods as he was in buying them.                       Warner & Company.                                                                                                                                                            Tty MOBO Polish today and you'll be aurprlstd nt th* lustra'
                                                                                                                    ten cents apieco for all tho strn and hail been admlttod to the bar
                                                                              Assessor Rutsen S. Snyder b dogi they found and brought to th' as. ii lawyer.                                           Steam Vulcanizing                               you'll obtain easily nnd quickly. Half pint bottle <(5c.| On*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      plnt^ottle 7Sc.iulso comes in gallon glass Jugs. '
                                                                         Mlddletown took tho census of tha dog pound,
                                                                                                                                                                 C. Edward Tilton was elected
                    I By working the buying and selling ends of          ttwnihlp and found a population of            William Cullingttn, the junio:
                                                                         6,802. This was a gain of 743 ov«r partner of the .tobacco firm of Job councilor of tho American Mechan-
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Balloon and Truck                                   Go to any MOBO Dealer and request a copy ef our
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          booklctt "How to Polish your Car." Thia valuable
                  his business in this same careful way hfi gets         th* population in 1880, flvo year Oulllngton & Son, bought out hli ics lodge of Holmdc! and other of-                                                                            pamphlet is l'RBE—every car owner should havo
                  the very greatest possible benefits at both ends       previous.                                                                            ficers woro Raymond E, Crawford,
                                                                                                                    father's interest in tho buslnon John L. Ely, Churlos L. Brown, Ed-
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Tires in Stock                                    a copy. If mote convenient, request ui to Mud you
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          a copy direct.
                  of his business line.                  . .< •               A festival was held. In St. James' and' continued the business in hi Ki\r N. McClooa, Charles S. Ely,
                                                                         hall lit which' the attendants at the own name.                                      Alex L. McCloos, Tnylor W. Hanco,                                                       Made by JOHN T. STANLEY CO. Inc., New York, U.8.A.
                                                                         booth* were Mrs. J. Keough, Mist              A horde of tramps woro makln T. R, Sickles, Kort C. Heyer and                                                                                                EillbU.UJ 185)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Also Mnnufacturera of M O B O Auto Soap,                                 .
              v    r
                  * Of course to'get the very greatest possible
                  benefit from his advertising it should not only
                                                                         Delia Casserly, Miss Maggie Tincl Holmdel their headquarters for th< W. R. Crawford,
                                                                          all and Miss H. Keough.                   summer. They went all about th               Miss Mertlo Sherman, daughter
                                                                              Joseph Keough of Red Bank, who neighborhood for miles around tel of Thomna II. Siiormtn of Wast
                                                                                                                                                                                                       John Hansen                                         MOBO Nickel Polish and MOBO Hand CUanm,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          UNEXCELLED FOR CLEANING AND POLISH.

                  be prepared, with care but it should be put In the     had been following tho sea teveral ing » d itorlos and begging fo Front street, wns mnrrlod to Wil-
                                                                          ysars, sallci from Sun Francisco food. '
                                                                                                                                                                                                              42 West Front Street                        ING DUCO AND BAKED ENAMEL FINISHES
                                                                                                                                    '                         liam V. Motrcll of Koyport, MIBB
                  newspaper that goes into the most homes.                for. a European port around Cap*             Joseph Atklmon of Freehold nn< Cora 8hormnn was bridesmaid ami                            RED BANK, N. J.
                                                                          Horn.                                     Dean Magoe of Tinton Fall* *ho Edward Gardnor of Keyport w»»
                                                                              Thomas Hubbard of Red Bank a match at fifty birds each agalnn Kroomimnn. Tho couplo began                                         NIGHT PHONE 1200-W
                      The Rod Bank Register goes Into more                burned one side of his face very Harry Davis and J. W. Damor o hounekcopInK «t Harlot. ,
                  homes in this part of Monmouth county than any,         badly on Fourth of July night v/hll Freehold, Atklnion                      Mngo       MIM Daisy Thornt, daughter of
                  other newspaper,.      • . -.   >        / 'i<A         lotting off a piece of flroworks.         won.                                      Innlnh Thorno of Hnrmony, in Mid-
                                                                              Miss Carrie Wolcott of Eaton,            Elite C. Cooper, daughtor o (llfltown township, WAS mnrrled to
                                                                          town v u awardtd sucoml nrtu In Jimii Cooper. J of I i      Jr., f Irving i         Irwln G. Ilomiott, ion of Daniel
                      When|you put your adverMseirient in The •           • contest of tttnyn and <loc)ama< Bed Bank, dlori at thi ngn o Dnnnott of Ilolfonl, Mini Bertha
                  Red Bank Register you art placing the news'of
                  your store before more families than you cari
                                                                          tlons at Peddle Institute,
                                                                              Ptotmot     Rudolph M«lchow
                                                                                                            •       tWtlv* years, after a ilckmii lai PnvU piayod tho .wedding march.
                                                                                                                    ins mor* than a yt»r,                     Tht bride received a very largo
                                                                          lied Bank VIM engaged to play al             illdgeway Ingllng of Nsvonln number of iflftit,
                  hope to reach in any other way.                          the Albion houro at Anbury Parl out hh hind very badly with                           Jump* II, Slckloi WAI appointed
                                                                          for thi luntrnir,                          chlnl.                                    pollen jimtlcfl of Rtd Bunk at a
                                                                              John Rlliy of Kiaddon's Corner,          Jaoob Dtgenrlmr                        Mliry of $11)0 a y o » , }!« wai or-
                                                                                                                                                               BANK REGISTER; JULY 8,1935,'-'

                              Where Radio Is a Profession. Not a Side Line ,
                                                                                                                                                                                         installed it the
                                                                                                                                             BRIEF ITEMS OFNEWS, publiclyMonday night Ocnnf?«rk, \ Cars Washed
                                                                                                                                                                                 asino                      i;rn«|t.fA              r

                                  ' L   ' •• • '   i • ™   i       • '••
                                                                                                                                                                                    d, stats deputy of •th«;orij«r;
                                                                                                                                             HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST IN made an address. Many.Viiwf
                                                                                                                                                                                wore present/*          *• • ' i       and Polished 5 " CONTRACTOR
                 Monmouth Radio Service
                                                                                                                                                  MONMOUTH COUNTY.
                                                                                                                                                                                  A farewell party wis given U « J Also Crinit Case Service!
                                                                                                                                                                                Farewell for Rector.      i'      ' .J
                                                                                                                                             Peraonal Note*, Salea of Property,
                                                                                                                                               Building Operation*, Lodge Do- week for Rev. Mr. Sehwackt,'rector
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             and BUILDER
                                                                                                                                                        ing., Slight Fires, Birtha, Mar- f St. Peter's church <aV PreehoW," \ Storage by Day, W a j i or 8                              > REDt?ANK,N.J.
                                                                                                                                                        riagea and Deaths—Other Items. who has gone to" Frtnco «i l a rneih- f Month *t Re«iou]ble Prices 5                               .Offic* ln,EUn«r Bulldlm
            Second National Bank Bldg., Broad S i . Red Bank, N. J.                                                                                     Mr. and Mrs. W, J. Paynter of ber of a delegation of •Arne'rlcipl               iSESTA'S GARAGE J                                            Room 3
                                                                                                                                                    Bradley Be-ich celebrated the 48th who will be guests • of, the French                                                                      Taliphon* 850-J.                         Tb« publlo It wrdlallr lasted to
                                    Phone 1184.                                      R. S. JOHNSON, Prop.                                 -         annivers-.ry of,their marriage Fri- government.                 •                         . S 171 W. Front Stratt ' B
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Jobbing ef All Kinds~\                        d h         l i       l i     «k«
                                                                                                                                                    day night by entertaining a num-                                                            S   Rod Bank, N. J.                I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Vl             :                                         Estlmaiw Choairfultr Furolihed. -
                                                                                                                                                    ber of friends. Mr. Paynter is vice      Girla Shoot at Seiglrt.                   ; |
                                                          EXCLUSIVE AGENT FOR
                                                                                                                                                    presiden'. of Bi dley Beach bank. if Far the first time in the.'hbtory
                                                                                                                                                                                                  the state camp at Seagirt, fjirii
                                                                                                                                                        Paul L. Morgan of Asbury Park, red over the rifle ranges; latt
                                                                                                                                                    who was connected with a motion Wednesday when tlireo high Bcho"ol

             GAROD                                                                 ZENITH                                                           picture corporation many years, has girls from Waterbury,-Connecticut,
                                                                                                                                                    been engaged; as commercial agent hot in thivWinchester, junior, rifle
                                                                                                                                                    in Asbury Park for the Jersey Cen- ournament.
                                                                                                                                                    tral power and light company.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        . r
                                                               ALSO AGENTS FOR                                                                          Harry Denner "of Jerseyville was L Beach Party.
                                                                                                                                                    taken to the long Branch hospital            About 35 members of St Luke's

                Stromberg-Carlson,   Paragon,                                                                                                       last week for an operation on his !pw,orth League of Long Branch
                                                                                                                                                    jaw bone, part of which is decayed. enjoyed' a beach party at' North
                                                                                                                                                    Mr. Denner had all of his teeth re- Long Branch last Wednesday night.
                      Western Electric.                                                                                                             moved some time ago.                     Rev. and Mm. Elwell l i k e and Mr.

                                                                                                                                                      ' Mrs. C. T. Thompson-of Kansas lhd Mrs.' Howard Johnston'' were
                                                                                                                                                    City, daughter of Alex L. Moreau ihaperones.
                                                                                                                                                    of Freehold, has come EastMr, the Want Shore Road Extended.
                                                                                                                                                    summer and will spend most of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Put fin end to
       {                                                                                                                                            time, in a summer cottage at Island
                                                                                                                                                    Heights.          '
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Summer residents of Bradley
                                                                                                                                                                                               each nje organiiing an assoc|«-
                                                                                                                                                        John Savage of Ocean Grove, ;ion ito work for the extension ,of
                                                                                                                                                    seventeen years old, suffered a he shore boulevard through Ocean
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      sleepless nights
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      by this $impk habit
                                                                                                                                                    badly injured ankle laBt Wednes- rove. Commissioner Bernard V.
                                                                                                                                                    day when he was struck by an auto-         oland is one of the leaders 'in:th"e
                                                                                                                                                    mobile driven by E. W. Mills of movement.
                                                                                                                                                   Belmar.                                   Will Wed Tonight. ,                    • • >-
                                                                                                                                                        Mrs. frnset.Higgins of Freehold,         Miss Ethel M. Johnson, daughter
                                                                                                                                                   who came from Florida a year ago, f Rev. Daniel' Johnson" of ''West                                 If you don't get to sl«ep easily, your               You'll enjoy the flavor of Borders,'
                                                                                                                                                   has sold her house at Freehold ands Long Branch, will be married to-                                nerves are probably qwer-strained—or too. Ithasnoneofthesickish sweetness
                                                                                                                                                   will return to Florida, where her ight to J. Emory Smith.- The
                                                                                                                                                   husband is in the contracting busi- eremony will be performed at the                                your digestion unsettled,                         usually found Hn malted milk. This is
                                                                                                                                                   ness. '          . •                  •   West Long Branch -Methodist                              • A glass of Borden's, the Unproved due to its special process of manufac-
                                                                                                                                                        Mrs. Anna P. Youngs, wife of '.mrch;                                                           Malted Milk, taken p i p % hot, just at ture which makes Borden's more palat-
                                                                                                                                                   Charles K, Youngs of Bradley Curley—Woolfendon.                                   .. ; : '          bedtime, relieves both these difficulties able—and at the -same time more
                                                                                                                                                   Beach, died- last ""Thursday at the . Misi Macy F. Cur'ey,:daughter;of
                                                                                                                                                   age of 62 years. Besides her hus- ohn J. Curley of Freehold, was                                    and induces sound refreshing sleep. -^ nourishing and digestible—than any
                                                                                                                                                   band, she leaves two children. ' married Thursday to • Eyere,t(!-iA.                                     Borden's MaltedMilk givesyour tired other malted milk sold. '
                                                                                                                                                        Louis Funcke has sold" his In- Woolfonden, also of Freehold.-'Rev:                              body the wholesome nourishment!it                   Get a package from your dealertoday
                                                                                                                                                   terests in the West End casino at                                                                   craves, without taxing your digestion —or send the coupon below, with 10c,
                                                                                                                                                   Long Branch ana1 the business^ is Frank R. Syrnmes performed ,th^e                                  late at night, as heavier foods do. Already for a trial package—and form the habit
                                                                                                                                                   now owned by Maurice B. Baumohl ceremony at the- Old i Tennerit

                                                                   ingly low prices                                                                                                                                                                     partially predigested, it is readily nb- of taking'Borden's as A "nightcap".
                                                                                                                                                   and Ernest Levy.                          church;           '       " • ' • ,•'';. -•
                                                                                                                                                        Claire Emmons of Matawan has Died in Hie 64th Year.                          • • .              sorbed into the system. It soothes over- You'll feel like a different person morn-
                                                                                                                                                   recovered from a severa infection             Charles H. Whitty o f ' Long                           strained nerves and allows you to relax.. ings after a good night's sleep.
                                                                                                                                                   of his foot. It resulted from an in- ranch, aged ,63 years, died of par-'
                                                                                                                                                   jury he suffered while bathing at ilysis last week.. He was stricken
                                                                                                                                                    Cliffwood Beach.                          leveral weelts ago. He ^as a mem-
                                                                                                                                                        F. Howard Lloyd of Matawan is jer of the Long Branch' Presbyter-
                       Smart Silk Frocks ofPrinted Qrepe, Tub Silk Dresses that will                                                                again one of the" teachers in i the an church. The funeral-was held

                       withstand hard, tubbing, Knitted Sportswear for Countiy Club                                                                 summer school at Ocean City and 'riday.                      ' ' ' . . ' ' . ' . . .'.,
                                                                                                                                                    his family 'ins gone to that place Calling Tournament.
                       or Shore Resort; Light Weight Coats for chilly, damp evenings,                                                               for the summer.                              The BelmaVfl'shihg-club willhpld
                       Chic Hats for Dress Wear and Sportswear, Fine Silk Hosiery                                                                 I Charles E. Moreland, a soldier at la annual casting tournament ^oh
                                                                                                                                                  i Camp Vail, was arrested, at Asbury August 29th when mor«'-th^n;li0.0
                      from famous mills, Glove Silk Underwear, soft pliable Corsets                                                               IFark last Wednesday on a charge fishermen are expected to take part.
                      for Swimming, Golfing, Tennis and other strenuous sports at"                                                                'of reckless driving. He was fined The fishing club has become a-mem-
                                                                                                                                                    $20 and costs.                             er of the Belmar ohamber. of xom-
                                                                                                                                                        Miss Myra Walter of,.Matawan rterce. .

              20 PerCent Off the Prevailing
                                                                                                                                                                                                              . •             . . '.'•
                                                                                                                                                   entertained at luncheon and bridge
                                                                                                                                                   at the Deal golf club Thursday af- A s b u r y Park'* M a g a z i n e . , <•"."•'•"'" "
                                                                                                                                                    ternoon. Covers were laid for 37             The Asburian, a 24-page booklet                         Sold in attractive glass packages
                                                                                                                                                   guests.                                    published by the Asbury Park'cham-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         —7 and IS ox. sizes. Your dealer
                                                                                                                                                        Misses Erma H. Bennett, Nellie jer of commerce; rnado its 'appear-

                     Low Prices                                                                                                                     C. Stokes and Annie Yarrington of ince last week. The booklet will'be
                                                                                                                                                    Freehold graduated from the Tren- juBHshed every now and. then f to
                                                                                                                                                    ton normal school last Friday week. dvertise Asbury, P.ark's advan-
                                                                                                                                                        Miss Helen" Bryan of Long tages.                            • •', "•;' • , ' j &
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         can supply you.

                                                                                                                                                    Branch has been transferred from Electric Workmen Burned.                              ' .
                                                                                                                                                    the telephone office at Long Branch          H..rry MacBride and Charles Kin-
                                                                                                                                                    tp the Asbury Park office.               hafer of Keyport', employees of. tjw
                                                                                                                                                        Mrs. Robert-Vn-iNptoof-Bradloy 'ersey Central electric company,
                                                                                                                                                    Beach g'.ve birth.> a daughter last were badly burned by . electricity
                                                                                                                                                    week. This was the eighth child
                                                                                                                                                      ' Mrs. Helen We.eks, wife of John ines at the new Morgan bridge last
                                                                                                                                                    WeekBof Ocean.'Grove, died at the week.               • ,       • '              ...- '                                                                                                  Special Six Coach
                                                                                                                                                    Long. Branch- Saturday afternoon. General BreinJnaJl Dead. . ,
                                                                                                                                                    She was 32 years old. -                                                                                                                                                                    $809 down a n i l a nwnli.
                                                                                                                                                                                                     g e r GeneralvR.rBj.'Bfelnt-                                                                                                             ly p.ymanta of I1CB each
                                                                                                                                                        Mrs Eugene Lustbaum of Long nail, aged 82 yeats, a eivjl. war vet-
                                                                                                                                                    Branch gave birth to a daughter at eran, died at his summeir home" at
                                                                                                                                                    the hospital at that place Tuesday Belmar, Friday afternoon. Death
                                                                                                                                                    of last week.                            was caused by' acute/ indigestfon.
                                                                                                                                                        Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Louden of General Breintnall leaves four chil-
                                                                                                                                                    Freehold are on a two-weeks' motor dren.
                                                                                                                                                    trip to Canada.                          Ordered fo Support Family. '_ ;           •.
                                                                                                                                                    To Wed Tonight                               Frank %Pease of Keyport was
                                                                                                                                                        The wedding of Miss Ethel Mae fined $75 and costs by Judge Law-
                                                                                                                                                    Johnson, daughter of Rev.'Daniel ence last week and ordered to pay
                                                                                                                                                    Johnson of West Long Branch, to $22.50 r. week toward the support
                                                                                                                                                    J. Emory Smith will take place to- f his family.                Pease was also
                                                                                                                                                    night at the West Long Branch rdered to keep away from his fam-
                                                                                                                                                    Methodist church, of which the ly. ; •                         , • • •;•;• .:'•
                                                                                                                                                    bride's father is pastor. The bride Thirty Daya In Jail;
                                                                                                                                                    has been teaching school at Mana             Frank Layton.of Long Branch
                                                                                                                                                    squan.        /                  .,'     was gi-.en. a. sentence of', thirty
                                                                                                                                                                                             days in the county.jail last!Thurs-

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Why Gall It a Coaehl
                                                                                                                                                    Long Branch Hotelmen Fea.it.
                                                                                                                                                        The annual banquet of the Long day by Recorder Potter on a. charge
                                                                                                                                                    Branch hotelmen's association was of being drunk and disorderly:':
                                                                                                                                                    held last week. Bartley J. Wright A New Poitoffica.                              ' '
                                                                                                                                                    was toastmaster. About 200 per-               The postofflce department'; tins
                                             Crowds that gather at Kessler's do so with an                                                          sons were present The speakers approved the application for a.sep-
                                             assurance of receiving the greatest values for
                                             their money
                                                                                                                                                    predicted a boom for Long Branch arate postoffice in Neptune ' town
                                                                                                                                                    and urged the residents to boost ship. The office will ,be a branch
                                                                                                                                                    Long Branch. .                            of. the Asbury Park postofflce.; •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      T       HEY couldn't undeHtandl "Why call , In buying a closed car, do not undertltN
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              it a coach—why confuse it with cheap         mate the importance of engine and chassis.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        closed cars?" asked the dealers at a recent With extra weight to carry, these units be*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Studebaker meeting. "Surely it would be come increasinuly. yital,
                                                                                                                                                    Occupying Country Home.                         (Continued on next page.)'                          tetter to name it the Special Six Coupe."
                                                                                                                                                        Former Congre'aman Elmer H,                                                                         To be sure, the Special Six Coach is uphold             Plus-the Special Six Chassis

                            Our July Clearance Sale                                                                                                  Geran and Mrs. Geran moved last
                                                                                                                                                     week from Freehold to their new
                                                                                                                                                     liome, Glengeran, near Matawan.        WELL ONE BUY                                             1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Btered in fine quality of material—with high-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        grade carpeting—and heavy decorative door, This fine coach body is especially designed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       pulls to assist passengers in alighting.            for and mounted on tV Special Slxchissli
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            To be sure, it is lacquer finished in two , which has contributed to the splendid irepu*

                        is on in full force and every garment on our racks must be sold
                        to make room for the styles of next season on which we have
                                                                                                                                                     An old house on the place haB been
                                                                                                                                                     remodeled and improved in, a way
                                                                                                                                                     that retains its c r l y Colonial stylo
                                                                                                                                                     Klan lo Viait Auditorium.
                                                                                                                                                                                              IN BED THREE
                                                                                                                                                                                                That Was the Life of Mrs.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ktyles—beautiful Studebaker blue or a rich        tatjon of Studebaker cars for dependability,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        duotone' finish of Wyandotte green-gray endurance and reserve mileage.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       above and Fonca green-gray below,                     Definite records' show that many Stude-*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          bakers have delivered from 125,000 to 200,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            And, furthermore, to get a coach as large miles of service. Up in the rugged country
                                                                                                                                                         Thousands of Klansmen, Klaus            HollUter Until the Began                              and roomy you must pay more than $1,000 around Three Rivers, Quebec, there are eight
                        placed large advance orders.                                                                                                 women and members of the junior                                                                   above the price of this car.
                        <                                      .                                •                     •     •

                                                                                                                                                      orders are expected to attend tho          TakingLydiaEPinkham't                                                                                    Studebaker cars that have each traveled
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           But the fact remains—that.it carries the       100,000 miles or more.
                                    The savings effected on our price reductions will give you                                                       bible class meeting in the Ocean                Vegetable Coinpouod .                             lowest price at which a fine dosed car has            In Stockton, Calif, one Studebaker car Has
                                                                                                                                                      Grove auditorium Sunday, July                                                                    ever been sold on the world-famous Special         piled up 138,000 miles over steep mountain
                        additional spending money for your vacation.                                                                                                                               Wyandotte,Michigan.-"Aft«rniy                       Six chassis. - •
                                                                                                                                                      26th. This will be the second viil baby waa born I did.not do my own                                                                                «radea and rough country roads with negll-
                                                                                                                                                      of the Klansmon to the auditorium                             w o t k ; f o r six                    It is a coach—in 'prlet ahnt. But In quality   Kible upkeep—not a single major part hai
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    months and,.could                 »—p flnt typg of Jivt-faucngtr     coufi.           been purchased or. repaired by, reason of weaff
                                                                                                                                                      Large Weddlnf at Freehold.                                    hardly take cue of                                                                    or accident.                                            7
                                                                                                                                                         Miss Anne Hartshqrne, daughte                              myown baby. I al-
                                                                                                                                                      of William Hartshomo of Freehold,                                                                                                                      So do not buy this Special Six Coach" wlllt

                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ways had* pain in                      From the very beginning, the coach' hai
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          the expectation that you'll have to trade It In
                                                                                                                                                      was married last Wednesday to Ar-                             my right side and                  t e e n i n effort towards economy on tho part
                                                                                                                                                      thur M. Gorham of Boston, The                                 ltwaisobadlwis                                                                                       of a year or so. Instead, consider
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       of automobile manufacturer). But, unlike at the end#w«oii(fiiMnvestincnt In transpor-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          this your
                                                                                                                                                      ceremony was performed In . St.                               Rotting round                     other manufacturers, Studebaker hag been1 tation. At the mileage when other cars are
                                                                                                                                                      Poter's church and was wltnosscd                              shoulders. I would                 •bte to build a coach without sacrifice in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    feel well one day                                                                                                 Studebaker,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      essential quality — and- oj/ir. il la yourql an ^caking up, this breaking In, SpecUl SI*
                                                                                                                                                      by about 800 persons.                                          and than f«»l to                  futiptid loach ptht.             " •               Coach will Just be
                                                                                                                                                                from Reformatory.                                   bad for three'or
                                                         "THE STORE OF. BETTER VALUES"
                                                                                                                                                         Arnold Francis and John Syl-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    four day* that I                 ;           The reason for sedan Quality .'                      Buy now-no need to delay
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    would be In bod.
                                                                                                                                                      neskl, who wore recently sentenced Ono Sunday ny mother camo to stte                                             ^ at coach firice ,                You h w buy thta'Studebaicei1 Special SI*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  cl l foday
                                                                                                                                                      to the Rnhway reformatory fo how I was, and sbo said a friend told                                                                                                     7? r o n B n y d*y «»the y « i w
              Corner Broad and White Streets,                                                              RED BANK                                   robbing Hurry Horbert'a hous her to tell mo to try Lydla E. Pink-
                                                                                                                                                      nonr English town, have been ro ham's Vceotablo Compound, So the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Studebakcr bulldsNill of Its own closed bodies v i.u . i.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      —builds finer coaches than have been built            " l h •"«'confident assurance that no act of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     it as a "last year'i model.''
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       before—and builds them at a lower cost—bp- ours will sllgmntltctins discontinued the eui.» •
                                                                                                                                                      lonsod from the reformatory an next day 1 not a bottfe and bdfort it
                                                                                                                                                                                                was half taken I got relief. After I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       cauic there Is no outiide body-maker's profit torn ofStudebaker a new line of cars.etch
                                                                                                                                                      placed undor parole,                                                                             Jo be Included In the purchase price to you. • -year.lnitead'Slufebiker will keep up-to-dafu
                                                                                                                                                                                                was wall again 1 went to the doctor
                                                                                                                                                      Now P.arMni Plac«.                        •lid ho aaked m«¥how I wai getting                  ' thit' Sp'ectat Six Coach Is built complete— an ot the .time—introducing new improve- •
                                                                                                     \                                                                                                                                                 W h body,and chasslt-fln Studobiktr plants, mend and refinements ai. their, merit li proved
                                                                                                                                                         A laVge plot of groMnd a'ljolnlng nlonij. I told him I w u taking Lsdla
         »•»•«•••»•«•                           •••»»^^                                                                                                                                             Ffnkham'j V t U U Compounl
                                                                                                                                                      tho Broadway theater at long E. ? ^ W H<IWnnot hurt any oil.                                     Jit || a "on^-prolH" iutomoblle,         " '       through practical Ua«« .                          •'
    j notice or u m i M i N T or ACCOUNT In mtda for t h . allowing. oJ aommlnloni Monmouth and 't.porttil for a.ttlam.ni to                          Branch will 'be used i s • parking 0                   l i w| iieconiD| rt
                                                                                                       In. Orphan. Court of i.l<l County, on spneo this summer and the profits f ^ ' ^                      ? w »! y                   « <'-
      * U U Bl Hu«h lUrtihonu, il....ia<l,
         Netlit la l y w b r i l v t n that the atoowtli
                                                           and coujual f i . i .
                                                              DiUJ Jun. 4th. A. I). UJ8,
                                                              OEN'MAL UNION TIllM' COMPANY. A. I), Wiili, at whloh lima application nil!
                                                                                                       Thiii-idae, tli. tw«nty.lhlrd <l«r of July, will go Into the sick fund of th* int the Vegotabla Compound tootht^a
                                                                                                       b. mad. for tha allowance oi tmmlialona Long Branch union of thqajrjcil uid I.ilwwi b«v« » bottl«of It on
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Monmouth Motor Car Co., Inc.
                               will b«°iu<llt.d"a"n' NOTICE OP BETTLEIVieNT OF ACCOUNT • ml tmini.l f.aa
                                       « ( t h a County <" E.U1. of Hufui T. C.al.r, dnwitil.
                                                                                                                                ' ,
                                                                                                          Datiil Jun. nth, A. II. K i n ,
                                                                                                                                                      •tago employeos.                          hand."- Mm, IIBNRY Houa
                                                                                                                                                                                               B.P.D.No.l,BMt 7,W
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           36 Maple Avenue                      Jelephono I40&                 - Red Bank, N.J.
                                 . , tot ittaTam.tia to       Noll«« It hereby «Uin that t h . Moounti             JOHN B. AI'l'I.KOATB, JB.
                            \9t.*lAl Cmntr. en or Ilia luUorluir, mrutnr (if tlit u l i l t                                                           Public Iniullatlon.                          Lydla E.rinkhim'iV
                                                           of lald.iliji.aiiii, itlll In nuilllid anil It p«vi to tdvortlBo in Tha Koifiittr*            Tho n«w offlctn of thi Long pound It a dertOTdible
                                                           Il»tt4 bx M» BWPlt ( U p i                t •wAtaMtliwnoat ^                      ' ^                                               all woman, r For tal«
                                                                          "BED BANK : REGISTER, 'JULY 8, 1925."^
                                                                                                   Park will Ball tomorrow on the
                                                                   BRIEF ITEMS OF NEWS.            steamer Cleveland for a tour of the
                                                                                                                                                 • • • • • • • « • • • • • • • • • • • • • ••.••••••••••••••••••••^•••••«     REHXY, QUINN

                                                                           J              J
                                                                     '(Continued from last page)
                                                                                                 > European countries. She will re-
                                                                                                   turn about the middle pt Septem-
                                                                    A Jury before Judge Rullf V . ber,
                                                                     iwrence a t Freehold last week rc- Dead from Gas.
                                                                                                                                                 Burdge & Russell                                                             WILSON & SMOCKT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 B._ Thioifem p Parsons

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        COUN3ELLOBS AT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Offlflfsi SO Eait Front Strsst
                                                                   turne4 a verdt:t r l no'cause for ac-     Joseph Chemalo, 28 years old,                                                                                    ALSTON BEEKMAN,                       ^
            . PureWolsome                                          tion'in a suit for $5,000 damages was found dead in .Ms boafding
                                                                   brought b y Hooseh Kassablan of house at Long Branch Saturday af-
                                                                                                                                                      Expert Movers of Household                                                      COUNSELLOR AT U W J '
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              OIBeis, 10 Rro»d St.. KED BANK. K. 1,

            Everyone Drinks Them                                   Aabury Park against ' the Long ternoon. .An oprin gas Jet indicated
                                                                   Branch and A6b"ury Park trolley that the man had committed suicide.
                                                                                                                                                          Goods and Pianos.                                                   JAMES A. HENPR1CKSON, , •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     COUNSELLOn AT LAW.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Ofllcm 103 Eaat front streiC R«4 BUkt
                                                                   line for injuries he claimed h o r e -                                                                                                                             T«L Red Dank 610-R.
                                                                   csived In a fall from a trolley car Ban on , Commercial Cars.
            Senators, Congressmen, bankers,                        last August.          - ,                  Bradley Beach officials. have           City Movings a Specialty                                                WILLIAM E. FOSTER,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      COUNSELUin AT LAW.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Ntw V'orlc,       N«» J«rs«r,              '
                                                                                                           'laced a ban on the use of com-
            ministers, doctors, lawyers -- the                     Vredenburg—Dawson,                     morcia! vehicles on Sunday and
                                                                      Miss Bessie Vredenburgh, daugh- these vehicles are also barred from                      Large, Well Padded Vans
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               •N.Y.CItT.                      N.J*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               OEORGP. D. COOPER,
            butcher, the baker, the candle'                        ter of th6 late 7/iUiam H. Vreden- parfiing on the ocean front-any day.
                                                                   burgh.of Freehold, was jnarried last                                                 Careful, Courteous, Experienced Men
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          CIVIL BNC1NEBB,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Baceesior to Gaoriia Cooper, O. JL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               PMtorsCT HulUlnir,     BED BANK, W. 3.
            stick maker—all drink bottled                          Thursday week nt St. Louis, Mis- Doctor TsJtes Bride,— --.-•-                                                                                               GEORGE F A L L E N , Jr., C.E., and
            carbonatec. beverages.                                 souri, to ChaVles Dawson. The              Miss Edith I. Hnwken of Ontario,
                                                                   couple will live at Tulsa, Oklahoma. lanada, and Dr. Frank L. Wilbur
                                                                                                                                                 7 Sight Seeing Busses for all Occasions                                       GEORGE F; RANDOLPHrC E.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               CIVIL E.MOINEER3 AND SURVZYOBB.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   eO Broi.l Slrsnt. Rfd Bank. H. J.
                                                                                                          of Asbury Park were married Snt-
                                                                   Wage Fight Ends.
                                                                                                          urday week. Dr. Wilbur <3 art in-                      Anywhere, Any Time.                                           WALTER C. VAN^kEURESf^                     !
            Because they want a pure, whole-                          The dispute', .vor./wages between terne in the Spring Lake hospital.
                                                                   Walter - Readc, -Long; Branch and                                                   ' Fireproof Storage: Packing and Express. >
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                •CIVIL ENGINEEIt AND SURVEYOR.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Broad Street National Bunk Dulldlni,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Red-Bank, N. J .
            some drink. ' .                                        Asbury Park theater owner, and his Now Car Stolen.             ,,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               GEORGE McC. TAYLOR, Ci E .                  ,,
                                                                   stage hands, has been ; peaceably^         Within 24 hours after H. C.'
                                                                   settled and New York productions Chase of Ocean Grove had bought a
                                                                                                                                                 Office: Globe Court and Mechanic Street                                             . CONSULTINO ENGINEER,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  CIVIL ENGINEER and SURVBVOB.
            The code of the American Bot-                          will be given In the theaters.         new" <Ford sedan'last week, the car
                                                                                                                                                 Tel. 894   RED BANK, N. J.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               85_Hector Place.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               DR. HAROLD J. STOKES,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Bet) Bant. N. J.

                                                                                                          was stolen. It had been parked on
            tlers of Carbonated Beverages                          Two Daughters to Wed.                                                                                                                                                     DENTAL SDKQEON,            jl

                                                                                                             ookman aveTTucat Asbury Park.     ••••••••»•••••••••>•••••••••••••••»*»»»»»••••••••••                                        Successor to Dr. Frank U S . Y
                                                                      Mr, and Mrs. George Gere of                                                                                                                                    6« Broad Street, Eisner Building, j_l
            requires that each bottle which                        Freehold have announced tho en-        Farmer Has Blood Poisoning.
                                                                                                              Geoi-go McKtilght, a'.Freehold
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Rooma 4, 6 and 6.         •!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Office Hours 8:80 to 6:00 o'clock. I
                                                                   gagements of their daughters, Miss                                                                                                                                         Telephone «02-W.
            comes from the plant of one of                         Mary to Edgar Madison of Nowfarmer, has been suffereing from                                                                                                WILLIAM A. HOPPING,
                                                                    Brunswick and Miss Helen to blood poisoning on his hand caused                                                                                                        Real Estate Broker,
            its members shall meet the re-                         Gaorge Kelsey of Freehold;             by a slight injury he received while                                                                                 Truex Dulldina.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    49 BROAD STEIBT,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          REP BANK. N, J.
                                                                                                          working in the hay field.
            quirements of the Government                           Extended Business Section.
                                                                      The Asbury Park commissioners Woman's Rib Broken.
            Pure Food Laws.                                        last week officially extended the          Mrs, Gencvieve Sweet'of Ocean

            We, as members of the associa-
                                                                   business district on Main street Grove is laid up with a broken rib
                                                                   from Asbury avenue to Deal Lake and bruises received in a fall last
                                                                   because of tho rSpid growth of week in the hotel owned by ljer hus-
                                                                                                                                                                                         Carefully                                  "To children an BUKBI of mercT.''Whjl e)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    alKKtlons ai<v fouoned, IT mcvKH]
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    FAILS. Deapitfl ecarcitr ond enoimoosl
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    coat of SANTONIN. It contain* foil (htlJ
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Btobd.nUtr jean' test. Boll     mnvham
                                                                   buildings along that street.           band, Jacob B. Sweet.                                                                                                     or,bytmall,";SOo a bottle.** -
            tion, are doing everything pos-                                                                                                                                                                                         Et:> O-AT V h * ; J C B ; Ebl
lex         sible to live up to the code. ,
                                                                   Injured in Auto Accident.
                                                                        Thomas Daly of Freehold suf-
                                                                                                          Sale of Shore Property.
                                                                                                             The Louise Castray property on
                                                                   fered a bad cut in his upper lip last Ocean avenue at Allenhurst has
                                                                   week when an automobile in which been sold to Frederick Stone of
                                                                   he. was riding struck another car. Elizabeth for 550,000. ,,The housa
                                                                    Mr. Daly's head was thrown against has twenty rooms.
                                                                    ;he front Beat of the auto.           Gift for Teacher.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Auto Vans and Express
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   l^ow thst movtns time [s near L a a

                                                                                                                                                         The careful compounfling of pre :
                                                                                                             Mrs. Lorena Lupton, principal of                                                                                   prepared to do you/ peit moving of fnrni*
                                                                   Held for Wife g a t i n g .                                                                                                                                  ture. plsnoa or o&ssage to all ptrU of
                                                                        Herbert Dilk'es' of Manasquan tho Matawan grammar school, re-                                                                                           city or countir. ) • the Jvgest padded rails

                                                • if .
                                                                   was sent to .tho county Jail last ceived a gold pin set with a sap-                 scriptions is just as important as the                                   In Red Bank. Before you have) your next
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                moving done, ffrita send or eau for (b«
                                                                   week after ho ].ad been arrested on phire'from the other teachers of the
                                                                   a charge'of beating his wtfe. Mrs. grammar school-
                                                                                                                                                       choice of a doctor when you or your                                      only reliable farnltura movers in larva, and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                gee my prices on yoar next Job. All Kinds
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                of hear? or llgbt trucking dons at abort
                                                                   Qilkes appeared in court showing Fireworks* Explode.                                loved ones are sick.          .                                          notice. Call or address      .
                                                                   signs of a severe beating.                Fireworks exploded In Harry                                                                                                  J. T . E Q A N f
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    II WALL STREET, RED BANS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               ' i                  3
                                                                   Planning, Pier at Bradley Beach.       Adelman's store at Asbury Park                ' The best efforts of your doctor will go                                      .Residence Phone 292-R    i
                                                                      I The Bradley Beach commission- Saturday afternoon causing damage               for naught if what he prescribes is not                                             OBiea Phone 639-R   . l\
                                                                   ers and the Bradley Beach fishing of $50.- One window of the store                 carefully followed to the last item.                                              10 WHARF AVENUE ~*1
                                                                   club will hold a meeting soon to. dis- was blown out.

                                                                   ing pier on the ocean front, near

                                                                   cuss plans for a recreation and fish- Rug Mill Takes Vacation.                       We specialize in this work and are                                                                                          i
                                                                   the fishing club property.
                                                                                                             The Freehold rug mill closed Fri-
                                                                                                          day and will remain closed until
                                                                                                                                                      worthy of your trust.                                                           Andrew J. Hill
              Carbonated Beverages                                 Democrats Elect Officers.              next Monday for the annual stock-                                                                                           Paper Hanging ' ' r"

                    They're pure'and wholesome1
                                                                        The Democratic executive com- taking arid vacation period for the
                                                                   mutes o£ Long Branch has chosen employees.
                                                                   Harry E. Norman chairman, Mrs. Broke Arm in Fall.
                                                                                                                                                          SGHROEDER'S PHARMACY                                                        ^ Painting and '
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ;<iV     Decorating
                                                                   William H. Sutphin vice chairman,         Wilbur J. Tighe of Asbury. Park                         H. C. HUBBARD, Prop.                                              Experienced l a all brauchoa
                                                                   J. Harold Flannigan secretary and broke his left arm Saturday when
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Estimate* Furnished
                                                                   Philip Gohcn • treasurer.              he fell from n row of piling at         16 Broad Street                         Red Bank, N. J.                               14 WORTHLEY, STREETj
                                                                   Caught Over 10O Fish.                  Shark Rive* hills into shallow
                 E G , DEGENRING                                   _ Dr. Arthur Yetman, Earle Stil- water.                                               Telephone 146.                    - Telephone 38.                                     Red Bank, N. J. •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          PLonc 1415 Red Bank
                                                                   well, Stephen McDermott, Arthur A Fashion Model.
                        RED BANK, N. J .                   L       McOheshey arid Alvord Palmer of           Blanche Lamberson of Matawan
                                                                   Freehold caught 100 croakers and was one of the models at the Mer
                         Telephone 1051                            two.weaknsh in Little Egg Harbor chants' and Manufacturers' exhibi-
                                                                   ona night last woek.                   tion held at Perth Amboy last week
                                                                   Valuable Furs Stolen.     .
         Member American Bottlers of Carbonated Beverage*                                               Left for California.
                                                                    - Furs valued nt ?800 wore stolen "Miss Anne'.Ferns and Miss Helen
                                                                                                                                       ' •
                                                                   from Jacob.Goldberg's store a t As-Fay of Long Branch left Sunday on
                                                                   bury Park early Saturday morning.       trip to California. They will
                                                                   A hole had beoi smashed in £hospend a month on tho Pacific coast,
                                                                   window-through~=--hich'-'the thieves
                                                                   pulled the goods.                    Rug Weaver Injured.
                                                                                                          Lester Hampton, a wea^ J in the
                                                                   New Bridge Opened.                   Freehold rug mill, caught his hand
                                                                                                                                                   When Better Automobiles Are Built, Buick Will Build >Them
                                                                      The 160,000 concrete bridge on in some machinery last week and
                                                                   Atlantic avenue, Long Branch, was his thumb was badly mangled.--
                                                                   opened to traffic last Wednesday.
                                                                   The bridge is sixty feet long with a Not Afraid, of Earthquakes. ,
                                                                   28-foot roadway and has two seven-     Mr. and Mrs. W. H. D. Koeracr
                                                                   foot sidewalks.          . •         of Interlnken are on a trip to Mon-
                                                                                                        tana and the Pacific coast. They
                                                                   Jewish Federation Tea.
                                                                                                        will be away two months.
                                                                      A tea will bo given at the home
                                                                    of Mrs.' S. R. <Guggenheim at El Asbury Part Judge in Hospital.
                                                                   beron Tuesday, July 21st, for ex- Judge Louis I. Tumen of Asbury
                                                                   tending the membership of the fed- Parjt underwent an operation for
                                                                    eration for the support of Jewish appendicitis lust week at the Spring
                                                                    philanthropies.                     Lake hospital.
                                                                    Aged Woman's Death.                 Reappointed License Inspector.,
                                                                       Mrs. Caroline    V. Westwood        Siegfried Hirschfeld, who recent-
                                                                    widow of Rev. John R. Westwood ly resigned as license inspector of
                                                                    died ^t her home at Long Branch the city of Long Branch, has been
                                                                    last Thursday at the age of 79 reappointed.
                                                                    years. Mrs. Westwood is survived
                                                                    by four sons,                              rMCMt
                                                                    Policeman Rescues Bather.
                                                                       Thomas Ring of Long Brand
                                                                    was rescued from drowning while
                                                                                                             JUST A REMINDER
                                                                    bathing in the surf at that place-i
                                                                    few days ago by. Policeman Car
                                                                    Hoyt, who plunged into the water
                                                                                                            WHERE TO DINE                          "Nobody can say I wasted my money"
                                                                    fully dressed.
                                                                    Motorcyclist Killed.                                                                        • ,>,                  Wetcr'DcVaolo—1925 Indianapolis Race Winner;
                                                                       Oliver Johnson of Trenton, for-
                                                                    merly of Freehold, ran into a t'rol              Hi                                         ' This strtement from the young race driver, who purchased a
         "You use your brakes too much! It's only a few            -ley car whilo riding a motorcycle
                                                                                                                                                                   Buick a week after he wheeled his car to victory at Indianapolis
        , weeks since yo\t were in here for new brake bands         last week and died two hours later
                                                                    from his injuries. Mr. Johnson wai
                                                                                                                   LUNCHEON                                      , and broke the record of that famous Speedway, sums up tho,
      / a n d here they are all'worn down, again. Youknow           22 years old,                               Served from 12 to 2 j ,
                                                                                                                                                                   nation-wide opinion of Buick. ' ,. ~   "     '        —-- --•-•
         what you ought to do? Drive as if there weren't           Parker—LeCompte.
          ony brakes on the car. Don't 6peed her up one'                                                                                                           For, just as De Paolo recognizes the superiority of valve-in*
          minute and! then jam the brakes on the next.'
                                                                     M I M Helen Parker, 'dnughter o
                                                                   Alfred H, Parker of Bradley Bench
                                                                   and Milton LcCompto of Lnkowood
                                                                                                                   Dollar                                          head engines for the race track and personal use, so too have
         You're wasting gas and bands both and it's bad
         for every part of the car".
                                                                   were married Saturday week nt tho
                                                                   Avon baptist,parsonage by Rev. A
                                                                   Oi Grahnm,                   ,
                                                                                                            Grill Plate Dinner                                   i more than a million evcry-dny motorists recognized the depend*
                                                                                                                                                                 , ability and performance of Buick and the Valve-in-Head typo'
         Take a ride some day with the Fleet BOBS and see
                                                                                                               Served from 12 to 8:30                            jof engine upon which1 Buick has concentrated for 21 years.!
                                                                   Patrolman's Ball.                                                                             I                                          "   •    •••                  !•     ' ' .   ,     i

       ; how experience has taught him to drive a car.                Tho Long Ttrnnch patrolmon'i                                                              ;DcPaolo bought a new Buick'with part of the $39,000!prizo
         There is no substitute for actual hard-earned ex*
         perience. That is why you can always depend on
                                                                   benevolent association will hold ii
                                                                   annual ball In tho eniilno at tha
                                                                   place on August ,10th. Music wil
                                                                                                             Our SEA FOOD                                       ; money that ho won on the Indianapolis Speedway and drove it
                                                                                                                                                                I to Altoona where he won the 250 mile race. He bought it with
         the uniform high quality of "Standard" Motor Oil).
          They have fifty-five years of refining experience
                                                                   be furnished by the Long Branch
                                                                   larenodori,                                 PLATTERS
                                                                                                                  Ara Unsurpassed
                                                                                                                                                                • the motor cur expert's discriminating eyo for,performance, fw;
                                                                                                                                                                I dependability and for genuine value., And his purchasc,»mado
                                                                   Handsome Profit on Lot,
         behind them. The latest 'addition to the series is          Andrew J. C. Stokoi, a Freehold                                                            [solely becauso he has ti-ied Buick ond tested its performance
          one for Ford cars only.' Try it and see for your*'       lawyer and Florida rtml o»tnto jpec                                                          [for himself, is further evidence of the regard in which Baickis
          self the difference it makes. .Easy start. Easy stop.'   ulotor, lint «old n [<5t nt St. Peters    Free RADIO CONCERTS                                  so universally held.
                                                                   burg, Florida, for »50,000. Mr
          Quiet bands.         '    .                              Stoke* paid $10,600 lor tho lot tw
                                                                   years ago.                                Moit powerful set on coast                              BUIGK MOTOR COMPANY,-
         STANDARD OnfcOMPANY (New Jersey)                          Held In Man's Death.
                                                                                                                                                                                           Divliloi §/' Gtoml Alittrt Cvfitrttto*
                                                                      Hormnn Wells of Asbury Pnrk
                                                                                                            CHESTER GRILL
                                                                   tins boon hold without Unit In con
                                                                   noctlon with the loath of ' John
                                                                   NO«IB of Now York which followed         Cookman & Sowall Avs.,
                                                                      flftht nt Asbury Park Thursday         ASBURYv PARK, N. J.
                                                                   U d l i V Aid OHUan,                  tl'MM + IMMMMMHH                               Monmouth County's Largest Automobile Distributor /'"
                                                                      Mri. Anna Madge- hat boon oloet-
                                                                   od jiroildont of tho Atlolpliln litdl
                                                                   nld society. Mm, K, M. Conlno .,
                                                                                                                                                                Red Bank, N. J.                                        Sea Bright, N. J.                                        |
                                                                   vlco proildont, Mrs. Dolln Hall soc                                                   Telephone 9S5                                                                          Tehphont 90 ,
                                                                   rotary and Mri. Jonnle Ironi trans
                                                                   urer. •
                                                                   On Curopitn Tour,               ',                                                                   •Ei\, AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT/ BUtCK
                                                                     1ED BANE REGISTER, JUST B, 19ZR

                                 Report to the CoiripiopQller of the Currency (Condensed) of tHe Conditionof
      The Second National NEW JERSEYand Trust Co
                  OF RED BANK,                                                          NK                 NEW JERSEY
                                                                     Close of BusineM June 3O, 1925
                                          RESOURCES                                                                                                          V LIABILITIES
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           .$500,000.00                                                        •4
                          Loans an& Investments               9,001,460.41                                                       Surplus and Undivided Profits M;..' 669,890.98                                                                                                                .4
                          Overdrafts            -.,               3,765.11                                                       Reserved for Income t a x          * i;r 11,100.00
                          Banking House, Furniture and                                                                           Circulation          ,,........,. f; 74,200.00
                          Redemption Fund With United                                                                            Due Banks and Bankers        M .... S' 4,413,25

V                             States Treasurer .....i:,-.....     3,750.00                                                       DEPOSITS                        ..,, 9,451,175.45
                                            -               $10,710,779.68                                                                                                                                                 $10,710,779.68

                                                 OUR          DEPOSITS                                                      ARE                                NOW

           Since^ the'consblidation of The Second National Bank arid the Red Bank T r u s ^

     The Second National Bank and Trust Co

I                                                                          deposits have increased

      which is convincing evidence that our friends realize the exceptional strength of this institution;
              '                                                 Our stockholders have invested nearly
J     for the protection of depositors. Our assets are exceptionally liquid^ a very Jarge percentage have an active-market making it possible fc
4     convert them into cash oh short notice. We regard this as an essential requirement for prop er banking investments, and lay; particular,
I     stress on it.                                                                                                                     "•%
I                                                                                                    the
           pur large invested capital, membership in the Federal Reserve System, Supervision by; 1 United States. Government arid the char-
      acter of our investments furnish elements of safety worthy of consideration when choosing a bank.                               -      . i
           There are.many reasons why this bank has enjoyed it phenomenal growth but it is largety due to the fact that it has been        "
          Strong in Good Times, Stable in Hard Times and Safe at All Times
                                   YOU KNOW THE ADVANTAGE OFSAVING MONEY
           We call your attention to our Special Interest Department, tYou will find ithelpful inproviding for future requirement's.
           Money maybe deposited in this department any time and will earn interest at the rate of &% beginning the first of eac^month. De-
      posits made on or before July 10th will earn interest from July first.                  •       /                                 ' ..
t          We do not place a limit of $3000 on deposits; on any amount, large or small, we pay the same rate of interest which is A% ; , . . - ,
                                           Safe Deposit P'acilities
X          Our new vault, erected by the York Safe arid Lock Company, is the highest type of vault c&nstruction, arid is the largest arid strong-
4     est in this part of the State, insuring absolute safety for .valuables at a minimum cost. Coupon booths and conference; roqm, insuring privacy,
f     are available for box holders.                                              •
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t                 •   «                     •           •                                           .                                          .                      •   .   ,   '       •   •     •                  -   •   .   ,   •   •               *

     The Second NationalNew JerseyTrust Co
             Red Bank,
                         Bank and /
                                BENJAMIN J. PARKER                          . J. TRAFFORD ALLEN                                                                                                WILLIAM O'BRIEN
                                 HARRY G. BORDEN                           GEORGE HANCE PATTERSON                                                                                             CHARLES ALLEN, JR.
                                   JOHN ENRIGHT                               RICHARD' APPLEG ATE                                                                                             GEORGE C. HOPPING
                                MARCUS M. DAVIDSON                            LEWIS S. THOMPSON                                                                                                FRANK McMAHON

                                                                             ijJiii:? i *i ! /«AB« 1 »ffliii'i., t ii'.; i tit,.,.,;; . . u ' . . ,   •   « ' v'lhi' t!,,'.,;a,       j       , ,       , >h ' ,^' '                           ,h^i%^AiAW^MMA,ti^KJJt.'Jd!j^L&iAit.^htbLih.M
                                                      t i n t s weektn InUred ai BewoJ^loi Hatter *• Ik* toi%-
                                        NO. 2.        eBee at Bed Bask, M, t,sndti th* Artel Manb Id. 1S»,     RED BANK, N., J,, WEDNESDAY, JULY 8,1925.                $1.50 PER YEAR: PAGES 13 TO 24;'1
    )ID!ER THIEVES                                                          R
                                                                           HI. N.lfhbor HaTVut                                                Started at Freehold

     IY '< i ROBPED            SEVERAL SIXTH ANNUAL FAfROF ELKS                        i       Board F«n«.               THEY HAD WONDERFUL TIME LUMBER PLACE                    WILL BE         and Will be Finiihed Today.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     PORT MONMOUTH BATTLE OSEPH OSCHWALD ' BUYS
     OUSES^AT KNOLUrVOOD.   KHQUy/O0D\              OPENED SATURDAY.                  Michael A. Teiauro of'Catherine       AT RED BANK THEATER;          THRICE ITS PRESENT SIZE.              The case of HudBon1 Allen came         WINDS UP IN COURT.
                                                                                   street made a complaint to the Red                                                                        up before the court at Freehold yei-                                     ADA STOUT PROPERTY.
                                      * • * ft WllljCiatinu. Nl.httr Until Nnt Bank commissioners Monday night One Hundred and Forty-Four of Cbarle. E. LewiTu Having Many terday and will be completed today.                     rbau Hancock. Fined on One « . Ada L. Stout, who Sold H w
                 by lj»e Kennedy Boys—         '.Wednwilar—Overland Automo- that Rocco Natale, his neighbor, Them Saw a Free Moving Picture Changei Made to Hi* Place of Allen was janitor of the River Charge and Deeiilon Reserved on House to Him, Buy. Eugene M«-
  |£lrB,fltm Ran th* Other Down bj- ' bli. t o > . DUpoi'.dOf—All lb» Jiad put up i board feflce ten feet                  Show Yettardajr—The Children    Buiineit at the Corner of VOak- itreet school at Red Bank' and he        Another—Abram Patterion Get«    see Home at tha Corner ol Irv. '
        Mag Us* of • Finger Print.              ProBt* tofa.Vufhr Charity. . high 'between 'the~t«o~ properties." Tiro at a Home at Otkhurit.              Unit and Watt Street*.             'as charged with mistreating Mary     in the Fray Detpite Hi. Retreat ing Place and ArthurJMace. _ '
     -••- , -.' *» *y " i d Harold Parfcer',    Tht sixth annual fair of the'Red 'He wanted to know if there was One hundred and forty-four chil-          Charles E. Lewis, a lumber dealer D Onofio, a schoolgirl1 seven years                                    JoBeph Oschwald of Little Silver
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Urban.Hancock Was haled before
     uClnmp Vail soldiers, wert 'ar- Bank lodge of ,Elks-opened on the any legal way by which the fence dren from the crippled children's at Red Bank, is bulding a large two- old. The testimony in the case was uatice Elmer C. Wainright of Red idded to his holdings on Monmouth
   --(id; yisterdsy afternoon after          clubhouse, grounds Saturday'. night could be removed. Some of the home at Oakhunt had the time of story brick addition to his place of ;aken yesterday and-the addresses 3ank last Friday on charges made itreet at Red Bank last week by
   *y'. liad committed 'levers! Mb- with 'a-ISMS t attendance. The commissioners .were of the opinion their lives yesterday morning at the business at the southwest corner of >f counsel and the charge of the igainst him by his. mother-in-law, mying a house on tho north aide
                                                          >     /     1
     •' "••'      ^ Khollwoiod'section/of; bpotiii arel »aidi to',be tha mprt ati' that, an. ordinance prohibiting such Strand, theater ai Red Bank, Two Oakland and West streets. -• The ludge to the jury will come off in •Irs. Minnie Carmen. Mr. Hancock f the street from Mrs. Ada L. -
                    id" Fair Hayin. 'All     traetlve':«ver.;p>esented>by the Elks fences had been passed some time large busses owned by Burdge & resent building is .being practically :ourt today.1- The case is expected and his mother-in-law live at Port Jtout for $16,600. This-mokes the '
                                                                                   igo, but they', vftTe not sure- about                                                                     to go to the jury early this after-
    j robberies occurred. Friday and' and/all/of '.thijrn^era-ftv^rod with/a this. The matter was' referred to Russell of Red Rank, a large bus re-constructed. Tha weatherboard
                                                 /       .ij^er                                                                                                                                                                   Monmouth. Mr. Hancock has a son lixth property bought by Mr. Osch-
    ^ • " i y ' In broad •daylight, r Y ^ large p a t r o n g ! on theVibpenfojr
                                             large, patronage! n t h V b f o                                             owned by Dorman McFaddin of enclosures will be torn out and brick noon and to be completed before who lives with Mr. Hancock's irald since laaf November on Mon-
                                                                                                                       Warren ' E. Smock, the borough Long Branch and 23 automobiles                                                                            night.
                . housekeeper, at, Wellington night, and ,also on Monday night. c o u n s e l *                                     '.'''.•••' ' ' . • • • • • • ;  ••,•..
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        •will replace them. The enlarged                                                    other-in-law. . Evidence showed abuth- street, between Maple ave»
     pfyjiinpedyV on'the Bldge road The' falr.;wlll.,be; continued'every                                                                                                         owned by residents of Long Branch building will be entirely enclosed               The jury consisted of William hat the father suspected that his nue and Pearl street. Tho prop-
        •5V--S'arker crouching In'a'-clothes night • until ' Widnesday of neat"                                                                                                  Bnd Deal were used to convey the with brick except two large portions Uhrig of Keyport, Thomas Herbert on had taken some tools from his orties are 4 on both sides of the'"

    a               yesterday; aferndon. The wesR;;. 'All;of'the :,pro(H*.'will' be
              v irAwlib,: proved t o . be • Harvey used in the lodge's charitable work.
      iriir, ran 'out of the' house and; One'of'tlje "mftln'-attTactl6ni,.espe-
                                                                                                A ROYAL WELCOME HOME.
                                                                                                                                                                                 children to and from the theater.      of the Oakland street and West of Oakhurst, Joseph Patterson of (Mr. Hancock's) boat' to Mrs. Car- street and the sales aggregate'
                                                                                                                                                                                     The treat consisted of'a moving street sides, which will have plate Clarksburg, Edward Firinigan- of men's house. 'The father of the boy ?116,50O. Patrick F. Kennedy was
                                                                                                                                                                                 picture show beginning at half-past ;lass display windows.                     AHentown, Corrieliug Watrous' of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ent to his mother-in-law's house he a'gent in the sale of Mrs. Stout's
        ': - ed' Ino «: truck which was be-cially for rthe younger - element, is LITTLE SILVER SHOWS ITS RE- ten o'clock In the* morning and end-                                                                           The addition will'be 29x120 feet. Red Bank, Michael Kelsey, Charles :o accuse ^he boy of the theft.                 louse and ho was also the agent i n .
                Irjy'«h.jby "Wellington/Kennedy dancing on a laifge'open'air: plat- '"-CARD"FORJVHSS LO.VETT.                                                                    Ing at half-past twelve' o'clock. With this addition the enlarged B. Schanck, Alfred Jones and S.                                                              he other tranactlona.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Then the trouble began, accord- 'Mrs, Stout has bought for her
               ion of John A. Kennedy. The form.' The Overland sedan, which                         :                                                                            Robert Spero of Long Branch ar- building will t ; , 60x120 feet, or Herbert Lambertson of Freehold, ing to the evidence. Mrs. Carmen's
     Jltta* t]knew from the soldier's sc- is'to'be dlsp'oiieil' of by the lodge, Sha hat Juit Returned from Seven ranged the affair. The show was three times its present size. In- George H. Burdge of Farmingdale, daughter Blanche joined in the ar- iwn use the house on the southwest
           II .that Something was wrong and occupies a'p'rorijlnerit place near the                                         Yeart of' Miiiionujr Work in In- given free of charge by the theater creasing business made the addition John Bennett of Little Silver and                                                                          iorner of Irving place and Arthur
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Earl Clark of Eatontown. Prosecu- gument and aimed a blow at Mr.place which was owned-by Eugene
            [• It* the protests of. Gray' he, ran entrance to the grounds.. The mer- r dla and • Reception wa' GlTen management • and the. theater em- necessary. A large- part of the                                                                                                                   Hancock with a mop. Blanche's aim Magee. The price was $10,800 and
                                                                                                                                                                                 ployees gave their services without Oakland street side of the; building tor John J. Quinn conducted the was faulty and the mop, instead of
                machine back to the houia. chandise' booths .are in charge, of . for Hei- L » t Thundajr.                                                                  -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                case against Allen, and Andrew J.                                               William A, Hopping made the sale,
          sl.y 'was overpowered. and taken various members of. the lodge, i. In ';"; Friends and1 former neighbors' of charge.                                                                      , ' '     • •>      wilt be used for a show room and C' Stokes of Freehold was Allen's hitting the target, crashed through "ntil recently the house was occu-
          j all by Lester Kennedy, and/Wei- addition, to' these, booths there' are MIBS Mary Lovett,,daughter of the. Every child wore a smile upon office'., Tha second story -will'be lawyer.-                                                                                              .          the" windshield of Mr. Hancock's ied by Mr. Magee and his family,
                                                            several.:special booths'' which'.'are late John T.Lovett of Little Silver, entering the building, Even some
          j-ton, Jr,, uncles, of Wellington                                                                                                                                                                             used entirely for storing furniture.                                             automobile, which was parked near 'hey moved a few-days aro to a
                                                            conducted 1 principally by members                                                                                                                                                                      A large number of witnesses tes-
         Manody III. . The soldier had of the ladles', auxiliary of the'lodge. turned out'jn.large numbers last who'were crippled so " badly that One.contract for carpenter-work                           >                                                                                               rhere its owner was standing. .Mr. louse on the north side of Irvine
         wen a watch, JIB, a fountain pen The.ae boothi:are as:tallows:.'                                               Thursday night to welcome . Miss they could not walk and had to be for $18,000 has been awarded to tified in'the case. Theresa D'Ono- Hancock undertook to slap Blanche ilace which was willed to Mrs. Ma* -
                                                                                                                        Loyettrhome from India, where she carried , into the playhouse were George. W." Sewing, who drew the fiio, the mother of the little girl; is in the face, but he also erred in his gee by her aunt, Mrs. James Mc-
       mi two: cigars. ' ' '           -         -..•
        .Parker was arrested yesterday at                       AtlU        ,H|ihlindl boothi—Mri. W. has b?en: doing missionary work as smiling;. Some, who had only one plans for the addition.and altera an Italian and can speak very little aim and the slap intended for the
                                                           Stodkton, oh«lrm«r! Mr«. W«lt«r R b r t
                                                                                         M Wlt                                                                                                                                                                  English. Dr. Peter Colio. of Red                                                Caffrey.
                                                                                                                       a .teacher. Miss Lovett returned leg did not accept help but hopped tions. There will be other contracts
        'pbtjry_'Parkj by Detective J. B.
                                y                          Mri. Clannca . Jenn,- Hlii. Miy. Wood-                                                                                                                                                               Bank acted as interpreter for her, girl struck Mrs. Carmen full in thi
       Ijiew- Last : Friday•he a n d ' G r a y ««rd, Mr». John R . ' 8 n J
                               • - ' • •                                                                               home about two weeks ago after an to their seats in the theater. Many in connection with the work and itand also for Mary, who understands face.                                                                           . The, property bought by Mr.
                                                                                                                                                                                  used crutches.' The scene was one
                   into Paul' da la Reus'sille's. ekilrntri!'M booth—Mri d a«org« FFtey. absence. of eeven years, She is on of happiness tinctured with pathos. is estimated that the total cost'will Italian better than English. A con-
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                                                                  r ! Mn";AStanfo , M R l
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                                                                ilrntri!' Mn",;A., Stanford, Mr..R r d a.furlough of a year. She b princi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             •While the scrap was at its        Oschwald is 50x150 feet It i s
         juse and stole a pearl necklace C V l Mr*.' n,; Cll
                                                           CoVrlnr. M J         B                 M ' E S h l
                                                                                               MM,'E.,Schir»li- pal of the Rakhix' girls* school, at
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         be about-?30,000. '                 .  siderable number of witnesses were height-Abram Patterson of Fair Ha- within the Monmouth street busin-
     ind'other;Jewelry.\"All the jewelry                                                                                                                                              The picture shown was Baby             I..,' •      '  *   » * »        • what is known as character wit- ven came within sight of the battle, ess belt and its owner bought i t
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                                                                                                                       Fategarh,., India. While she was Peggy in "The .Family: Secret."
                                                 •   *   •   > •   •.   "   • ' ,   ,   ,   .

     fas been restored; to the owners, . R«d .Bitik, bootji—Mri. Wilt«r Connor,
                                                                  «       i,                                                                                                                                                   A BOX OF MEMENTOES.              nesses and tetified that they had He was a silent spectator, of ,th< as an investment The-house has
      f'arker left a finger print, oh- somei Mri. Frtd«r)ck J , Mr..R b ,,L y aSyayja-.society k:\cwn as the...We- David Dobey, one of the crippled
                                                                    F d ) k                          Wiltir #                                                                                                                                                   never heard ••' anything detrimental lray. • He was some distance awaj thirteen rooms,- a bathroom and
      furniture at Mr,' Reussille's and Mr. tsn, .MM.' J».i J,3chool«r. K n .-Robert. .Fox. nona'h' society, .was formed at Little boys,- sang "Be" the Fellow Your Going-Away Gift! to a Viiilor to to Allen's;character or reputation. from the scene and he tried to ge1 modern improvements. Mr., Osch-
                                                            Mn. Wflllim
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  feue-used this to .Identify him and : Oi«dr: bobth^Mri. J. 'I. O'K««fe, Mln Silver, withi 214 members and with Mother Thinks You-Ate," and the                                                                                                                    The witnesses were Joseph Bray, away unobserved by the: combat- wald will take.' possession Augusts
        irL': hint' down. • , Be; sent a. photo- Sttah 'CWt Mr..' Thomi.                                                Mrs.'J. Elwood Harvey as president. youngsters - joined- in the chorus. The ladies' aid 'society of the Re-Dr.' William' D. Sayre, Dr. Colio, ants, but he was seen by them and 1st.- .                                               ,.    ..    •
    _ aph /of;the,.fingej''print'to army, l i dD«n« t)                                                                                                                           Fred Bowers of. Fair. Haven sang formed church met at Mrs, Harry
                                                                 . Mr..              . MoAllliUr.. ,;. •'
                                                                                                                       (Thls society made many Christmas                                                                                                        Mrs;. D'Onofio and her daughter haled into court as,a witness. Mr. • The property on Irving place'
     authorities .and they sent, back* the                                                                              gifts; and other gifts to - the school, and Grace Jolirie of Eatontown Osborh's on Bergen place.on Mon- Mary, Michael TeBauro, Edwin P. Patterson's', purpose in going- to ought by Mrs.: Stout:has front-'-
    .«|p>«. of,Parker to Mr. Rue. \.'; ("';                                                                             of which Miss. Lovett is principal gave a dancing exhibition.'                                   day night. About. 25 members were Gilland, Charles A; Wolback,1 Wil- Port Monmouth on the day of th ages of 65 feet on Irving place anot
                                                                let er««a—Wllll»m^                                      and it is supporting an orphan In                             The children' are from the East present' After the regular business liam Pollock, Henry F. Hylin, scrap was to get Mr. Hancock ti 160 feet on Arthur place. The
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                                                                                                                                                                                  Side' settlement of New York,:, and had been transacted-'a box of me-Frank Pittenger, Ezra Osborn; Ed- act ai a witness,in a suit which h house has seven rooms, a bathroom
      BOUGHT A3 AN INVESTMENT.                                                                                         ; .The reception last-week was inthe home is maintained by a Mewmentoes was presented to MTS. Wil- w a r l Lafetra, Albert L. Miller, Mr. Patterson), was bringing ind modern improvements. The
                                                                       DUMMY PptlCEMAN.                                 charge' of the Wcnbnah society. It York, society. * - . •                                        liam . Martinson of Riverside drive, Alexander, Cooper,' Rudolph Stiles, against a Fair Haven, party. Thus, house was built a number of yean
     ^                 Schapirio Par*; $11,000
   '%••}': for RIveriM* AT«nn«JIouiB, '.'. Town CommU.loner« Deelda to Try was held in a hall at Little. Silver,                                                                                                         from the various members o f the'Charles' H^ Root, Frank- Haviland it turned out that instead of getting ago by George Sutton arfd it was
                                                                                                                        which wag decorated with red'and BUILDING TELEGRAPH LINE. society, with the request that- she Mrs. Trevonian Bennetti J.. William Mr. Hancock for a witness Mr. Pat- occupied b y him several years.
    •ft. Salvatore Schaplno of West Front                        Him Out.at •'Stn'tt Corotr.
                                                                                                                        white'streamers, a large "welcome                                                                open.it on her voyage; Mrs. Mar-       Hei'mj Ralph Sickles, Miss, Helen terson was- obliged himself to act
   '. street' has, bought from Mrs.: Clara 'Aj'concern,'.'which; manufactures home" banner,"'Americanflags,,redEngineering                                                                           Graduate* Getting tinson sailed- today for Czecho- Campbell, Miss Anna Ap'pleget, as a witness at Mr.-JIahcock's hear-
   iM. KcLaughlin of Shrewsbury a traffic. beaeonSf-with.warning, lights and white rambler roses and snow-                                                                              ' Practical Training Here.                                                                                                                              TRAFFIC BEATS ALL RECORDS.,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         slovakia to visit her mother,.whom Mrs. Adele' Conover, Lyman C. ing. Mr. Patterson testified that he
  iTfouie'on tho south »ide of River- .has" offered to provide Red-Bank balls. A program was given com'                                                                               Thirty young engineers who aha has not seen since she left, her 'Vanlnwegen,''Mrs. Ethel'; Vanln- did'not know much abput the battli Only One Auto Accident at Red
  s i d e avenue for $11,001). The prop- with s'uci a'contrivance/ on.trlal for prising ah address of welcome by graduated from various colleges aro hom4 eighteen years ago. Her wegen, Lester MeQueen anC Hud-                                                                                                                                         Bank Over tho Fourth. ,
  e r t y ; extends1 to Front street and thirty days - f tee of; charge. The William, H. Carhart, Sr., selections in Red Bank taking a preliminary father died .in the recent war.                                                                                                                         md tha,t after- waching it for a few
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ion Allen.                              minutes he made up his mind he             All records for both automobile
    lias frontages of fifty foet on each offer. has .been' .accepted .'and the' by the Little. Silver orchestra,, a vo- course of practical training before                                                                 Refreshments of, ice cream and                                                would try to get away without be. and train travel through Red B,ank;
   Street. Itirlrregvlarindeptbf with beacon will be put irt service in acal duet by Mr. ohd Mrs. Brooks entering the engineering depart- cake were served, during whjch
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       MISUSE OFJTHE MAILS.               ing-seen and return later after hos wero brpken over tha Fourth and,1
  •an average depth of 150 feet.. The f e ^ days/probably. at the'corner of Shakely,-a musical Saw solo and a ment of the Western Union • tele- Arnold Voorheej of Irving place
    house1 has ten rooms, a bathroom West:Front street Mid- Maple, av.e- vocal solo by Mr. Shakefy, greet- graph company. • A. J. Mundt, of gave original'piano selections.-                                                                                    Leo Berlaw of Monmouth" Street tilittea had ceased.                              Sunday. Fourteen extra sections
     and. modern improvements,: It is.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Implicated in the CWgol.               Mrs. Carmen had Mr. Hancocl or trains were run for the north,
                                                            nue. It can'be'operated by hand or ings to Miss Lovett by Mrs. Harvey, the - engineering- department of the
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     ientid by Harry Lilly,, arid;George it can'regulate :it«elf automatically. an address by Miss Lovett, remarks telegraph company,, is the director                                                                                                               Several persons were sent to jai arrested on several charges. Shi bound .train which goes through
  iftiilnniwhe »re engaged: lri the /an It has; three"lights, redy green. and byjMrs, Vernpn Shropshire and a of the course. The men will /builS DOMINIE CRAIG'S LICENSE: by federal officials.on Monday for claimed- that Mr, Hancock cullci town at 9:57 o'clock. All of these
      ftiilh                         aged: lri,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          her vile names, cussed her oui sections or trains were packed with,
     iomoblle business at Red Bank,: Mr.' ^ibWvV'fie^vtteiSSr'sW^TPfewii' violin Bolp.by:Robert Qlahv ,                                                                         " one and'a-half miles-pf-open'wire He Attribute! ItWRelurnto^Him misuse of the .mails, among them ihreatened_her__wjth bodily harm passengers. Extra trains were also
   "flcliapino. bought the" house as an                                _ ahe84'and.yellow';inea)ns A b ^ t f Ophalia• rbse's was line ralpng the. right of way of the                                                                to Justice                  being1 teo";Berl6W,~whD~wa!rinter-
  ^investment Tho. sale of the'hbuse go : afiead ,but« Indicates that ,a, red presented. to i Haryeyj • "whosS railroad,. starUng,.. at. Little' Silver • Rev. George W. Craig, the -Bei ested in. a store / on Monmouth and slapped'her inthat face/ Han run on Friday andand until S a W ; ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                the        An                          Saturday,
     waelmade by Patrick T. Kennedy.- light Is • about) to • be flashed. . Each blrth'day occurred'.on the dday of theand, coming tdwari Red Bank. The ford doralhle whose automobile li- street, Red Bank. Stores were op-, other had failed'to support'.his son day afternoon there was p steady
                                                                                                                                                                             th                                                                                                                            cock
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   charge was        -Mr.-          .All night Friday
                                                            jlght.is onfoi/twbvmWutes;:The reception.' With the gift was' ex: remainder of the line'to Red Bank cense was revoked a few weeks ago etat'ed'ln various parts of the coun Mrs. Carmen has the* custody of th procession. 6£ automobiles
                                                                                                                                                                                              " " installation. After                                           try and some of these stores did no
                     O£ THE TILTCJNl'ARMjf                  cost-of         ""•• '•""'" •"""""" *" "                                                                                                                      as a result of an accident, states
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 MLkoM"wlnttWh>re>-«rd'sred by boy-while the' mother, who is Mr town, Bouj|';" """
     Property N«»r Fair!Vie«> Boui
                                                                                                                        y(ou1d live 'to spend many
                                                                                                                                               VVMI^«IVVJ|IA^   ifaaw e.ate^' -b«'v   ."vii«   * *«» #«•
                                                                                                                                                                                                >                        ^ f W W l l lp T r h
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     i                      '                                             i ^ r m E n & J h t r i i l d          shore. . On
                                                     -* mot(hofithese>co^iy7lyiince8jj89 emer> happy'birthdays with the members stall a modern .centra] telegraph of- got his-license back1 was because                                                               r         r         g
    V             C. Wesley Codding ton.,             | - j-eiifcy.'note'w^ll'hrire'to'be' put;, in of the society of which she Is presi- fice, i n tlie'paft'of Stryker & Stry- Justice Elmer C. Wainrightrequest^ in tliefesr^bTtid New-', Brunswick. Mr? Hancockt northbound tide set in.and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           misuse' of the mails .were answer tb the charge of. failing           stop until Monday.imorning. Only
          The f r m of the' late'
                    farm                  ;                               ,-as'.np'               loii>h                dent. • Refreshments of chicken ker'S; bulldlhg; on' Monmouth street ed the .motor vehicle department to se'nt to prison for.terms of eighteen support his son waa that the soi one accident occurred on the
                                                                           h -budget
     6. Tilton in Middletownltowjishipi mnde'-in the b d for* such an ex- salad, finger/ rolls,! ice cream, lady formerly occupied by the Mount take this action. It wasMr.' Wain- moritha i a Wfo, ygani.
    near Fair- View, on the Belford pense.,,,' .•.'.' i 2 ' _',' • '.' ' -' ; fingers,' macaroons and iced tea English-company. .All. Of the man-right who revoked Mr.'Craig's li- Leo Berlow, while /associated' house or. to see Mm. He said hi Fourth'.'and.this^-waa this accidents                                                          The. automobiles in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ,no_t serfous^
    to'a'd; has been bough'tby/C.^^ley                                                                                  were served. '.,                                          ual work of* building the line- and cense when the latter had his hear- with these men in business, claimi would provide for the boy if the bo; were onflled by Christopher Scott of
     Qoddington of Middletovm , village                             POPULARITY CONTEST.                                   1
                                                                                                                            Mrs. Minnie Harvey was chair- installing'the 'central office will be ing, but tha justice afterwards to have known nothing of their fail would live with him.                                                        Hudson'avenue, Red. Bank, and J
  •for $12,500. The land comprlieii It. 1* , BaUr' H«lJ ' 'n; Connetcion man of ther committee in charge of done by the young engineers.- Af- changed his mind when- the person ure to ship goods which'had been
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              On one series of charges Mr. He-nry Geiger of Newark. They' '
     sixty 'acres and most of It Is In r                                with W«t.id» Fair.                              the welcome'home party. On the ter the training coursa i s completed who made the complaint against the ordered. A t the Monmouth stree Hancock was fined $25 and costs. collided at the corner, of Maple
     irult orchards. A large colonial                                                                                   reception committee werei Miss the. men will be assigned to various                                                                      store it was stated that as soon a On the charge of non-support avenue and Peters place. Both cars,
    house and the usual outbuildings                             The' 'ann'u*l*»'r'o/. Westslde' fire Mary E. White, Miss Gladys Leff er- branches of the telegraph; service. minister signed a statement absolv-
                                                            company of Red- Bdnk will begin son, MisseB Harriet and Mildred                                                                                              ing Mr. Craig from all blame for he learned of the wrong doing hi Justice Wainright reserved decision were damaged and Mr. Geiger re*
    'are on the place and they are!in                                                                                                                                                                                    the accident.                           began shipping goods to these per- for a week in order to give oppor- ceived a dcalp wound which Wa^j
  , good condition. The sale was made next • Saturday, nlffht and continue Moore,- Mrs. Elsie, Ayres and Miss                                                                          AN OKLAHOMA VISITOR.                                                      sons on his own account. For be- tunity, to Mr. Hancock to considei treated by Dr: 'Vrilliam D. Sayre,
    by William A. Hopping.                                  for a "week.>J One of the .features is Elizabeth Shoemaker. Mrs. Vernon
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Fair Haven Bor Soot.          ing connected with the persons con what amount he would.be- willing b The wound was slight and Mry '
                          :                                 a popularity conUSt between Mlas Shropshire had charge of the enter- Card Party divan by Mr*. Cbarlet
                                                           Dorotiiy: teller,'.Miss. Bllen.Mattson, tainment features,: , Mrs. Minnie                                                                                        Michael ' Calandriello, eighteen cerned in the fraud he was sent to provide for the child's support.                 Gcigev got a ride home in another'',«
I ; Sal* of « W«I«W» HOUM.                                 Miss Norma lyiris' and' Miss' Loretta Harvey, had charge of the-refresh-
                                                                                                                                                                                           C. Conbver'Yeiterd'ay.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         years old, son of John Calandriello the county jail for three month                                                     automobile after his machine had
                                                                                                                                                                                      Mrs.- Charles. C. flonover o f Ar- of Fair -Haven, 1B in the Long and was fined $200. The store on
' ' MH. Caroline M, Lawrence'.of Glawey. JThe contestant collecting ments and Mrs. Clark Kemp, Misses-                                                                                                                                                                                                         THE FOURTH AT AN INN. been, towed to a Red Bank garage!
                                                                                                                                                                                  thur place, Red Bank, gave a bridge Branch' hospital with' a bullet Monmouth street will bo continued.                                                                                /
     Michigan, who is making a stay at the largest amount of money will Ethel and Clara Springsteen, Miss                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        to be repaired.
                                                                                                                                                                                  party yesterday afternoon for her wound in his foot. He was acci-                                                       River Sporti, Dancing-, Card Gamei
    Red Bank with her brother, Frank receive! a flrst, prlie of $10 and                                                 Mary. E. White, Theron BroVer and sister, Mrs. I. B. Hopwood of Tulsa,                                                                   BANK TEAMS ONJHE DIAMOND
    IPinkle, has bought for' f5,000 •a there will, be second • and' third Fred L. Ayres'arranged the decora-                                                                                                             dentally shot July Fourth with                                                          and Muiie on the Holiday,           CRASHED THROUGH GATES. \
                                                                                                                                                                                  Oklahoma, fwho i s making a stay rifle by his brother Joseph. Th Broad Street Nine Wallopi Second                           Newman Springs Inn at Rec
    house on Sunset avenue from T>6m- ptizesof $5.and ' $2.50. Various tions.                                                      ' . ; , . . : ,                   i'           with her. 'The guests were Mrs. bullet was removed Sunday and                       National and Trust Company.         Bank was filled to capacity Witt       Alfred Droitaro had to Do It la)
  'inlck Shapiro; The lot is, 60x160 other features will be-in evidence
                                                                                                                                                                                  Obadlah E. Davis, Jr., Miss Mar-                                                                                                                                      Save Himielf and Family,'     ,,
   i e e t . : The house has five Tootni, a at the fair; '                                     •'. • •             . • A LONG MOTOR BOAT TRIP. garet Conover, Mrs. H. C. Sieher, Michael'•is doing nicely. • No seri                                                 The Broad Street national ban guests over the Fourth. Rowing
 -'bathroom and improvements. Mrs.                                                                                                                                                                                       ous results are looked for.             baseball team won an easy victory and canoeing were enjoyed in tho Alfred Drossaro of New Bruns-
"'Lawronce will occupy i t Patrick                               TO 'MAKE MOVIES HERE.                                  Mr, and Mn. John H. Gregory Will- Mrs. Russell Blackman, Mrs. Wei                                                                        over the Second national bank and afternoon and 'at night the inn wick, driving towards Red • Bank
                                                                                                                                                                                  lington Kennedy, Jr., Mrs. Samue
    F. Kennedy made the sale.                                                                                               .    be Gone Tyro Month*.                                                                                  Bank Dividends.           Trust company nine yesterday af- owners had a display of; fireworks Monday night, did not notice that
                                                            Warr«n VanBrunt Wlni "Prii* for Mri and Mrs. John H. Gregory Emitht Mrs. Sheldon Davis, Mrs.                                                                                                         ternoon at Knollwood by a scon on the riyer. There was also danc- the gates were down at the Upper,
                                                               ' Scenario; on. TrM»H»» P d d U                          of Broad street and a friend of Mrs. Horton Garrison,' Mrs. Ward Van                                                                                                               ing, card games and a musical Broad street railroad crossing un-
   \ '.Ntw' Occupantt for Houttt.; .                                                                                                                                                                                      Trust company of Red Bank on of 19 to 8.
   ! Patrick F. Kennedy has rented                               One of the prices offered for the Gregory from Ridgewood left yes- "derveer, Mrs. Edward. O'Brien July 1st paid a semi-annual divi- The lineup on the Broad streel The musical program was rendered til his car had crashed through on*)
                                                                                                                                                                                  Mrs. Edwin Herr and Mrs. C. N
  "Mrs. Rullf Sutphen's house on bestrmovle scenario iwritten about today for a cruiie of about two Savage of Red Bank; Mrs. A. D.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           by Miss Pauline Knight, one of tht of them- 'Not more than 300 feet
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         dend of twelve per cent on the par team was Noel. Lartaud secont owners of the inn, and a numbe:
   'Spring street to Oeerg* Smith of the peddler'pest has been captured months In Mr. Gregory's' motorboat Walters of East Orange; Miss Elaio value of the stock of the bank.                                                                                    base, Louis Conover leftfield,Ken-                                              away was an oncoming train, 'Mr1*
; -EatontOwn, Carl Schuman's house by Warren'VanBrunt. of Waverly Elaine. They' will make the jour- Topphig, Miss Constance Roberts                                                                                          The Broad street national bank
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 neth McQueen shortstop, Ernes! of the guests.                                   Drosssro'a only chance of escapa
   'atFalrTTaven to Edward Touhey of place. The Idea submitted was of a ney by easy stages up the Hudson and Mrs. William Smith" of New-of Red Bank paid a semi-annual Hall, third base, Raymond Hurley,                                                                                                      A new feature of the ion Is, was to run his car .through tho g&ti ,
   Xong Branch, and Mrs. Lydia Ear- comedy,nature.- Mr. .VanBrunt Is a river to Albany, to Buffalo, to the ark; Mrs. Edwin Farrier of Rum- dividend of five per cent o^i the pa: flrst base, George Clayton catcher, tea room, where luncheons ari on the 'opposite side of,tha cross-..
  ity's house at Rumjon to John Er- rhovle cartoonist and' he was also St. ,Lawrence river, to Richelieu son; Mrs. Campbell Groal and Mrs, value of the bank Btock on July 1st Daniel Ely center field, Walto served dally.                                                                                                                      ing. This ho did without Mrriotm
   .rlckson of Jeriey City, a, retired given the contract'to' make up the river and to Lake Ghamplain, The George Braun of Eatontown j Mrs                                                                                                                       Culllngton right-field and Edwin R                                              damage to his car and without In-
• Mllroad engineer.                           r '. . ' . v ;drawlngsforthe Him. The contest trip homov will be made over a Arthur O'Nell of Middletown vil                                                                                                        Conover pitcher. On the losinj                Town Gel. I44.3S In Fine..       jury to himself except tot a f*V
                                                            Is, sjtfll opflri, and additional prixes slightly different route. Mr. andlage and Mrs. William Barlow of Nevr Tee Room and Gift Shop. side were Harry Mazia first basi                                                                           Recorder W. J. Poulson turnei slight cuts caused by flying glass.
   (         . Sal* of a DoubU Hout*.                ',
                                                            will b* awarded .for r best ones Mrs. Gregory expect to return early Avom Prices were won by Mrs. Mrs. Eva McQueen of Red Bank and catcher, William Lymai in $44.35 to the town of Red Ban! His wife and two children w*rs>
                                                            lubmlttfU ' ^                                               in September. -                                                                                   will open a tea room and gift shop                                                Monday night for fines imposed oi with him and they were not hurt.
    ' Patrick F.. Kennedy, has bought                                                                                                                                             Hopwood, Miss Topping, Mrs. Saw next Wednesday on the state high- pitcher and third base, Rnlpl
                                                                                                                                                                                  yer, Mrs. Groel and Mrs. Horr.                                                  Pcarce catcher, Charles Neff thin oighteen persons the past month Mr. Drossaro reported ,tha acold»nd
     ior Inyeatment u doubl* house on                              > A Fearlh of Ju                                                                                                                                       way at Eatontown.r The place j "
                                                                                                                                  . Touring Europe.                                                                                                               base and pitcher, Frank Belll He turned over to the state mo to: to a state tro.opcr. Now gates wertj
  ,ths wast side of Throckmortpn ave- : Mr. and Mrs. 'Robert Nelson of                                                      Miss Irma vonGlahn of Harding                                                                 be. known as The Purple Parrot.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  shortstop, Joseph Neff> second base vehicle department $454 for fine; put- up at the crossing this merntnfci''
   n u e from George Bince Patterion Rumion entertained a party of road, Red Bank, and Miss Marie                                                                                            Autos In Colllilon,          Home-cooked moals will be fea-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  C. Muyskens left field, WlUnm imposed on 54 persons for autonv
 'rior $9,760. Thelotir,60xlM                               frlehdi from New York over July Wilby of Little Silver sailed last Automobiles driven by Frank tured,                                                                              '
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Jeffrey center field, George, Reisi bile violations. There was a tot,                 Scobeyvilt* Man's Patent.       ' ]
  'The house has six rooms,'a, .                            Fourth, One of the features of Wednesday on the Acqultanla for Ewlng of Linden place and Edward                                                                      Polychrome Reading- Lamp.        right field and MqFarland flrst baso, of 76 arrests the past month am
    jroow and modern Improvement on the visit was a trip around Sandy Europe! where they will spend two                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              David Tumldaskey of SoobeyviU«| x,
                                                                                                                                                                                   McDonough of Madison avenue col-       In all shades and colors with parch-                                              three of the persons arrested wen has obtnlned a patent on a contrive ''
   • «aoh side.' ''                    V                    Hook- and back In Mr. Nelson's months on. a tour.                                                                      lided at the corner of.West and ment, silk or.chintz shades com-                          Buy a Piano Now.               discharged.                           anco which ha has invented tat,
                                                            yacht A dinner for the gueita was                                                                                                                             plete $9.85, Art Kraft Shoppe, 1            This week we offer you somo verj
   J               FWi and VeteUbU..                        itrvtd on'th't boat.                     ,                                  Brldfe Lamp*                          < Oakland streets Tuesday nigh) of ter assortment. Wrought iron lamp special bargains, been slightly usec                                    Notice.                fastening racks and stakes on *u*
   >•-. We aro now located at our tiiw                                                                                   complete with beaded parchment or last week. Both cars were dam- complete with ehade, $2.95. Art arid reconditioned upright nn                                                        The Good and Welfare club          tomobilo truck bodies. He tUtlst
   ''quarters at 8 E«st Front street, juit                                                                               Silk shade In all colors; polychrome aged, but no one war hurt.                                  Kraft Shoppe, 76 Broad street, Rei player pianos from $45 to $206 Belford makes the following stat                      that ho has received several offers) K;
  'one store around the corner from                                                                                      and hand painted. Special for one                                                                Bank.—-Advertisiiment.              ,    Terms oh somo as low as ?5 pei ment, that the club is not connectoi from-parties who want to buy tl
  ; Brood street. We have, a' complet* , When ths hot weather is her* and week at 99.85. Wrought iron                                                                                              Diamond.,                                                       month without interest.          Opoi with any organisation whatsoeve patent.
     line of fresh ftsh and vegetablei. ypu want a nice, clean, cop!, pure lamps,' complete with shade. $2,95, Just'purchased'from, an estate;                                                                                   .           Radial        Z      -evenings. Lauter Piano Co,, C2 and we are printing an article
    •pay us a visit or telephone 2079-J, and healthful' drink of something Art Kraft Shoppe, 75 Broad street, dtamona Jewelry as follows! platto                                                                             Let Bob Jotnson solve your radio Copkman avonue, Asbury Park our by-laws to show the peopli                              Good Newi for Mulls Lewsv
            id«llv«lr,any wjiMo.' Ou                        you- can"jttt.lt at our store and Red Bank.—Advertisement, -                                                           um ibarpln,. seventy-six flno dla- problems for you. Monmouth Ra- N. J. Opposite Stolnbach's,—Ad- where wo stand. The article Is a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      A biff reduptlon in our Voesllos J
     •re right. Economy Fish • andwalling room. **rv«d out of a new                                                                                                                mondii nve sapphires and twenty- dio Service, Second National Bank vertisement,                       •                  follows! "All white persons abovi phonograph records starting t«ai"
   , Vegetable Matktt, 6 East Front Icileis coda, fountain juit Installed,                                                                      Radio!                             six, pearls, $400; platinum crown building, Brood street, Red Bank.                                                      tha age of 10 years of good mora and lasting for a short tli»« on!;
   ,»treet, Red Bank. Formerly locat- All our flavors a n of pure fruit. Authorized dealer for Carod. brooch, fifty-one diamonds and n V Phone 1184. R. S. Johnson, proprie-                                                                                                 Dont Fall to Look I                                                  All
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            character who believes In God aa rocoids formerly 75 oenti, i
   . ed at 18, Mechanic itmt,—Adver- We also, serve toe cold qrangeade Zenith, - DoFoncst and Farrand pearls, $875 j platinum Tiffany I tor.—Advcrthement.                                                                                                            You will find us listed' on thi the Supreme Ruler of the TJnlvors            50 cents. All tha latent ,
   .tlwnent.                                                and grape from a new oooltr with Oodlay Products. Monmouth Ra- company gentleman's ring, one dia-                                                                                                      backbone of the now telephone may become a member of the clut and dance*.' 'New record*
                                                            Lashs's produdta, known all over dio Serrioe, Second National Bonk mond,. fl,17B} 'plBtlnum earrings,                                                                      Twin Brook Zoo,             book whonover you want to call us regardleis of religion or politics, week. W» also announce a %
                         If You Look                                    intry;iivtM.fa«it. Convince building, Broad street) Red Bank. forty-eight diamonds and fourteen King's Highway, Middletown, ope Leon's Rod Bnnk Stonm Dye                                                                                          Signed,                 pir cent reduction on all otir I
      In tbow datk olonU you can find                                   •byvfilMngus.' Ides Broi.' Phone. 1184. R. B, Johnson, proprie- pearls, 9850, pair. These pieces daily from 10:00 A, M. to 8iO<; Works, 70-7(1 Whlto street, phon<                                                                             Good and Welfaro Club       ball goods. Ides Bros,' Wa
   •tnoie old solid comforts. WhatT                                          Room,* 17 Wiit Front tor,—Advertisement.                                                              aro exceptional purchases and will P. M, (8unday opening 2:00 I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Red Bank 734 or 1046.—Advor                                       of Belfori Room, 17 Woit Front *tie»t, I
     ffh' a hole in thimt Why, worry                                              Bank-T-Adrirtlaemont                                                                             be (old quickly.' See them at Reus- M.) Interesting and educational
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   tlsemcnt.                                      George Lukor, President,         Bank,—Advertisement,
      whin Moody's Shoe Repair Shop,                                            " i * i > m " ' , • • • . ••' . . ,                 Twin Brook Zoo,                                illle'Sj.'Jtweler, 80 Broad street, Admission adults 25 cents, chlldre
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Kmina Morris, Vice Preslden
 rU Miohanlo i               itrest, Red Bank.,li
                             itrest, Red Bank.                                                                                    Highway, Middletown, open Red Bank.—Advertlaomont,                                       15 cents.—Advertisement.                              Ukelai* Ike                •—Advertisement.
                                   A d t l i                at th* Art KratiShopp*. attractive- daily from IOIUO A. M. to 8:00                                                                                                                                           and sings for I'erfoct record
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           T«|» aoll—PI1J Dirt.
      »t your i»rvlc».—AdvertlMm«ni                         ly flnlihid< «ntlqui gold and ' P. M. (Sunday opening 2iOO P.                                                                                                                                                  Get thorn at Prdwn-Coopei                                                  Grading of all kinds,
                                                                                                                                                                                             Ruffle Curtain! Sale,               WaitiMe Fir* Company Fair                                                      Weltifdt Fire Company P*tt        pricen. llowafd O,
                                                            enrom*- bridge lamps .with                                   M.) An idoal place to bring th# Made of fine quality wlilto Voll oponj Saturday night, July 11th,                                                 17 Broad street, Rtd Bank openi Saturday night, July l i t Bank, phon* S                    O
                                            isTw win m*nt, silk or enlnti ihi "                                          klddlei,' Admlulon, adults 2B cents, with pink, blue or yellow ruffles, and closes Saturday night, July                                           ricot t» say they aro ton-lnol and close* Saturday night, Ju
                                            •phone, to pl*U. 10,85, Art Kraft                                            children 15 centi,—Atlvertliemsnt. with tl* baoki; regular M.40 lot, on 18th, flrehouie grounds, Westsldo                                         (flan and only SO cents tool 18tb, flrthouu grounds, Weitsu mtnt, ti ^
                                            d. Til«-              oad strut, Radr Btni                                                                                             sale 11,00 Ut. Csrdon'i, 88 Broad avanuot             Dancing every sight                             -Advertliemsn      avenut. Dancing •vary right
                                                                                                                                   ' Radio Suppllei.                               street, R«d Bank,—Advortls«m«nt. other features. A good time as                                                          other features, A good tlm* ti NatlpnuU at Ai
                                                                                                                         M A. V. Qrigory, 10 Whit* itreot,
                                                                                    — ' *•»                                                                                                                                                                             Victor NI|M at Tuning'..
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          lured.—Advertliament.                                                             iured.~Adv«rtlMment. •                Bunday. Julr llfni
                                            '»                                                  Rid Btnk,—Advartlstment.                              , CaJiliao "for Sale.                                                                   Wednesday night Is alto Vlotor                                AdV«W«m/nt :r»
                                                                                                                                                    Jadlllao phaeton 81, In A-l con                           Typwrltar' HtadejuarUrt.     night at TuBtlnsfi. VlctroUi, Vlo- Rotate HMMIBV a«J'It, Uyta
                                                                                                                  ilesirlf Waifc.r..           51l -0h; j pjfle*',, naionibl*, Georgi                       Tjfpjwrlt«t» tonted, bought am tor rtcordi. pianos, radios, 1 N>tlonals at AUantlo Hlghlandi M
                                                                                                                  UpipKlnfi Bad Bank.T-                                                                  sold, Wbln'i, 58 Rroad strut, Hid Monmouth (treat, R«d Bunk. Op« Stands*. JBljrHth, It »IW ?, -UV*
                                                                                                                                                                                                !»».   -A DankAdvwUMmMt;                   tonlght,T-Adyert(»»ment. .
                                                                                                                                                                       - / RED BAKK- REGIfitER, 3ULY 8, 1925.
                        in s certain time and Mr. WaUon                                                                                    TWO SISTERS WEDDED.                                                                                     WEDDINGS.                     J't . ^ '« Newt St9tv . W n
  ^ OMEN ON THE WARPATH was oneThe result ia that there will KILLED IN AUTO
                                 day late in filing his ac-
                                                                                                                                      Pair HtTea Youw~W«a«eB Bewome                                                                                                                          • Engineer'.<5eorge'' lC-'Allia pre;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           wnted. •plans Monday ,nighk for
                                                                                                                                               rfri.ei tbe Sana Week.                                                                                                                                                                                                                 YOU*-OWN DK^IO (OUi
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       MAXR YOU*OWN DK^IO ( O U i X
  $ NEFUBLICAN CLUB IN MIDDLE- be no Democratic candidate and TRAGIC ACCIDENT FRlbXr AT                                                                                             JOSEPH J r l p ^ O T ^ S E ^ W G f i f             WUs' Mary Dpufcrherty, niece of storm aimers'and oft»r'meant of lee ertami fmatn, lt««atf ewb ti«t Tr»-                                        m a t n lt.««atf ewb, T •,.
                                                     Mr. Hunyon will have clear sailing.            MONMOUTH BEACH.                       Mils Florence E. Hawkins, daugti-                                                                                           r
                                                                                                                                                                                          • •" HIED;LAST;: vyEjSR-;>|^U Mrs. John Kearney of\ Jki'•• Bankj draining'. Marlon - and'..,McLar«n bln'a, Bed Bank.- 1
  ' *',' TOWN IN OPEN REVOLT.                        There is considerable soreness in                                                ter ot Mrs. Carri* Hawklna, and                                                                                                                                                                                                                 HOME
                                                                                                                   ••   ••'   '   t   _   —   •   • " '   .   -   .                                                                became thi bride of Franl; Curley. jtroetf. , The phns were.appriivtd
         IHw Club II CooeTafcd Sort af At the Democratic ranks in the town Join Tborsen, Jr., of Seabrlglit, Clarence Hendrlckson, son of John iHe Was Hurt In «n Anlo Aeildenf 'son of Patrick Curley of Holmdel, by the town commltoloneri and the
  '• Machine Bseanse Ik* Machine: ship against William H, Bennett of                           Killed Instantly When , Autgnae-       B«n<|rickson, both of Fair Haven, : Two Weeks^A|o';;(m4; L'exkjaw: Monday,J night'. - at St. James's clerk' was • instructed to advertiie                                                                                                  ICE CMAM FMBUKK, ' 1 • t J
  •f Wetjlda't Let It HIT* • Commit Belford, the Democratic leader, for                        fclle ia Which He w u Riding Hit were married on Monday night of                         Developed From the'Injury—H* church.'' Bey. John'10, Farrell per-' forbids,                                                     ' ,                                                     t ilsai ^ipsjlaj t» wntt.;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 W«-eiWt jls*^peolal » wntt a etc A l l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Trubln'i,' Bad Bank; '
 i I t#««roaw« Item Part Monmouth.                  failing to keep Mr. Watson posted          a Pols—Four Othsr Men Hurt.            last -reek by Rev. Herbert 8mith of •:Was-a Cotra«llm*n.                      :^.,y$}:;?^: formed the ceremony, 'The - Wed-
               The Middletown township Re- on this matter.                                     John Thorsen, Jr., of Seabright, Little Silver. The bride w u dressed                    Gapt, Joieph S. Mount of Sea- ding. Inarch was played by Mrs.                                                                                                               .White poodle dot Jound.
  ' publican machine ii threatened with                                                    wai instantly killed in an automo- in white crepe cN chine with a hat right died of lockjaw last Thurs- Raymond. Phillips. ' The couple TMAK&fO OK."- aSWAVATlONS S AMD tlon eaU'10TI-J; Red BaBW                                                                                                                                         ,«
  i revolt frora a source which hai al-                        102 YEARS OLD.              bile accident last Friday night at 0 natch. The attendants were day at W.oodley hospital-at Little ware-attended 'by MI« Annie Cur. ; NJBLIO PLACESTHB THB BOROUGH lilshteen-tootBOAT boat (or salw Apply
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                OPKNINQS W                        STBSKTB AND                                   0A1L
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      FOR SALE*

  '. ways been a citadtl and fortress of Mr,. MatlldV irWhs.i «f Haslet                    Monmouth Beach. Rene Carson of Mr*. Hawkins and Edward Jlen- Silver. ' He had been * patient at l«y, a sistar of the- groom, and ; gr-»W ; ?AWK.•'• IN                                                                          ,V^;v>;rri; ry•>";,:u »t Plckmen'i, Wherf avinm. Bed B'*Ut,' "
                                                                                                                                      drlckion. The couple will live) with                                                         Hsrry Morgan of Shrewjibury, :> . Biotlon 1,' No psnon, eoroianr, flnn or '-• i^: two boos OIVBN AWAI'< -.«.-.ta
        att«neth to the organization.' No Active in Spite of Advanced Aje- Seabright and Howard Britton, :he bride's mother, for the present; the hospital one. day. Two.weeks                                                                                                                .       *•— ihaH,remove or t a k i r                        '
  , matttr who tlat'Vent back" on the                                                     Janes Mount and Harry Horden of                                                           ago a car in which Mr. Mount arid                  The bride, was dresiad in white                                      -        '       *a w inblli itreit, to «ood horniss mala Alredaii,Bhren)lirurf.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         jahiii:                                                                     eollte.Wt
                                                       • Mrs. Matilda Bedle. Voorheej of Highlands were injured in the same Mr. Hendrickaon ii employed as a three other.men ware ridtng over* crepe de chine with, a hat' to.match.
        maehine,; the Middletown township Hazlet, who Is known by her friends accident. All were riding in a mason by his brother Edward.                                                                                                                                                                                      uKnithf.^ilttan and. -tatter •.•pnPWr'.'AlTawa;'.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               bEnilneer, wbcie
 ' Women's Republican club could al- and acquaintances as "Aunt Ma- Buick roadster which was driven by                                                                              turned when the car was run into a She carried a ihower boquet of pink                                                                    it IUOO sirmlielon COCKER SPANIEL p u m e a ren
                                                                                                                                          Last/Friday night Miss Msdelene
       Jweyi be. depended upon to"itand tild«," celebrated her 102d,birth^ Britton. They .were on their way B. Hawkins, a slater of Mn, Clar- ditch to avoid hitting another ma- rpiei. The trideimald- wore roie berVinatcr•iulBjlmenl- «eept that-tin said H1, T h o n >ao. iad ,b. ™ 4, 1 l rBoutb f l t i *               it thi „ . .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ot the . eondiUois                                      h «d          ?m ;
                                                                                                                                                                                     :hine. Mr.. Mount's arw wa« cut crepe de chine and a white hat and Boroojh EMIHOK, thall leept•npowtitil,•lid           nenUonil,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            inent(on»l, except th»ttli«
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          that'll                         W.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            to W ' J i ' ' ' ' '* ' '' '''
        b f . ' f ' V •.••.•:.-••   •               day Monday. Mrs. Voorhees was ;o Long Branch and were traveling mca' Hendrickaon, wai married to                                                                                                                   The couple >e(we iuch a ptrmlt, II tht
              TWi year tha club ii not "stand- sick a few weeks ago but, has rccov- ilong Ocean avenue at Monmouth Raymond Evernham of Keyport. ihd six stitches were taken to close) carriid awhite roses. after the cer? inch' as to make It advliabl*oondltloni|ud«, W n f o l i i s cendttl.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   "eft on wedding trip                                                                                   In hl«
        lnt by." At leait this is the case :red and is active despite her ad- Beach when the car swerved to one Rev. Herbert Smith of Little Silver the cut. Lockjaw developed from erabny.                                                                                                iifnt. _.„_„
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ta»»t:A>epaj»ttj«Bi^                   will b»*«<ialMii Imrtri Peisnpori, N. J. Phot* EtUittoW
       juat now. Maybe by election time .anced age. She was born at Haz- ilde of the. road and hit o street erformed the ceremony.                                                  ';he cut and Mr. Mount' was taken                                                                      for eaelj opening. . . ! . . ;                        ,       .       iu                                                               :

                                                                                                                                                                               The ;o the hospital, where he died-the                                                                           Beotlon S, Apnlliiatlon for plrmlialon
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       things will be patched, up and the jet arid has always lived there. Her ig-ht.                                    ,             iride wore blue crepe de chine, and following day. \                                                                                                to rnikf an opiillni ai aboye ihall he
       dub will get back on the party res- parents -were Stephen and Hannah                                                                                                                            ;    '•'''•]      . -,, /                                                           nude In writing and s'                  ' '                             : Hoover ipielal In good wmdl
                                                                                                                                         hat to »atch.:' Mr. and Mrs. Eoyal             Mr. Mount was 63 'years old and                Miss Katharine FrankB of, RaH- authorlietl penon on » blink form to be right and -V..' ••T.-"-i-'^-'-'.-;-V--                                  •bergaln.            rioM'
        ervation again; but If the election Bailey and she was one of twins.                  Thorsen was standing on the run- lawkint attended the couple. Mr.                                                                                                                            iurnlihed br the Borough Enjlneir. fl ' 1198-WJ.:
       were to, be held tomorrow there Her twin sister, Mrs. Mary Gilhuly,                  ling board. He .was caughtj be- ,nd and-Mrs, Evernham will live w u a member of the borough coun- way and, James K. Shea, of Rumson applloitlon shall contain • cleir.and Ji                                                                                         EMPLOYMENT'AOENC1TAND . . _ ,                                          „,
       .would be mighty few votea coming died at the age of 87. Mrs. Voor- tween the automobile and the street 'or the present with Mr. and Mrs. :11 of Seabright and a school trus- were married June 2 lit at Rahway. with diierlptlon- of theIlii. oX thi toget                         Ita
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    the approximate'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   opin|p(       ohange, 45- Rfvtrslds svenae., IJed:]
       from the dub members for the Re- hees's husband, Henry Voorhees, light and his neck was broken and Royal Hawkins. The groom la em- ee at the time' of hls~death. He X reception was held after the cer- to lie made.-.'                                                                                            \ , .'•••;•'                           phone Ut»i'.'                                               : --ftt-k.

       publican machine, according to the died more than sixty years ago. me of hi)'legs was cut almost off. iloy'ed by S. S. Thompson.£ Co. of was the first chief of the Seabright emony. The.,couple went to Nl^, be Section under the-permitanjr - .                                                   S. The work on                               . ..         : •./.. POSITION WANTED.
       statements which the club members The couple had nine children, Mrs. Death was instantaneous. • The Red Bank.                                                              J
                                                                                                                                                                                    ~re department. Mr. Mount was grara Falls and. Canada on' their In thl| o r d l u g e phill be commenced with'' •yeow / rnam illshtl!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                tblj ordlnanga iball bicomaenu
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          provided tor                                                         " ' "
                                                                                                . • men in the car were cut and                                            '            hook and line fisherman and .was wedding trip' and > n their .return ,_ ^^ days ttota1 tbe date .of ipaid
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           In ten j — .-__ i v . J_X. _. •._ .                             ^ n BOIHI0B..M. wtchanle'a
       themielvei are making. They are William H. Hye'r, Sr., with whom                                                                                   < • e»i         , .
       not at all mealy-mouthed about it, Mrs. Voorhees lives, Is the only one irulsei and they were where to the HIGHWAYMEN AT RUMSON. :he captain' of two fishing boats; jwlll live. at Rumson. Mr. Shea is until lt« completion, - if, lor' anrrita'pn, 1 .; --vr. ; . douUi-iaee'i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           and th« work'proieoutei wlth'dm d                             itce .;                      • • r p o R SALKi'.i
       either, in saying that they are if the children living.
                                                                                            wong Branch hospital,               their                                               He.was a member of the Masonic, ifnployed at .William Meara's green- woik, Ii not.commended- ithinenjr, n»i?i                                                                     BlMtrle
                                                                                          injuries were treated. They were Two Men Stop Red Banker* but the Knights of Pythias, the Odd houses, ' The. bride received many at ten dirs. ths~permft ebeJl be void 01)- place, Red BinV. -                                                                         tH«e-fiat.:,. A, r
       through being Republicans in town-               When Mrs, Voorhees was born, lot seriously hurt :                                                                                                                                                                                   lesi nltbln suoh pirlod of tin J e y i t h e
       »hlp iffalrt to long as the party is James Monroe was serving his sec- ! Britton has been arrested on a are Seared Away Emply-Hauded.                                           ellowB1 vand the American Me- wedding gift* :                             ''••                       applicant shall, preunt' the peml^. t* the                                       BABY CARRIAGE FOR SALE. ,,
       under its preient domination. Some ind term as president. At that :hftrge of manslaughter, and has                                                                           chanics' lodges. ,                           -                                                          Boiouih Emlntor wbV ihall tnet<apon                                        Dirk blus babr oarrlan.ior ii)e,.l!PI
                                                                                                                                         An attempt to hold .up Mr. and                 Mr. Mount.leaves a sister, Mrs.                                                                     either return the depoilt 'or extend, the oondltlont I1J. Phone 18S8-W. 37 < *
       of, them even go farther and say ime the United States had a popu- ieen held in $3,000 bail for the Mrs., Joseph. Bruno of. Red Bank                                                                                                                                                 time /or tho beglntlne of the iitd work land.street.^Hed Bank.
       they are going to vote the Demo- lation of les» than 10,000,000. It grand jury. The ball was furnished ras made one nigh,t last week near Rebekah West of long Branch, and                                                      Mrs. Chrlstino Welles Stewart for asothar period, of tilt says by endone-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ment of the permit
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   FOUR LOTS FOR SALE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             - •, -. ' '• ',••'•.:' on Sprint street snd two loU. oa Br4*»h
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              . „, ;il
       cratic ticket from top to bottom. was not until she was eight years by Walter Keener of Atlantic 'arnuVs woods at Rumson. ' Mr. two brothers* Eugene L. Mount of and Charles Haliey. Sue,were mar-, Beotlon 4. The applicant shall par the avenue!, verr: dulrable property, at 'the
                                                                                                                                                                                    fair Haven and George W. Mount
       Moit of them, however, say they Id that the first locomotive was Highlands;                                                     nd Mrs. Bruno were on,their way 3f Brooklyn. His wife, died about ried last Friday night at the home grshted the «um ot belore; eny. ptrmltj for right'price.-. ' i iApplyB sI.t sTniblii,-Hid '.'Bewla. I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Boroujh. .Engineer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ten dollua. ($10)

                                                                                                                                        rora; Seabright to Red: Bank, in a year ago. She was QzellaVWhite, of the. bride's sister,: Mrs. Tunis eaten snd every propond opening of not' ; A 'It JFord iidin. look, ••fheeV. .1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ' -. • >       '
       will support the "head of the tick- jsed in the Vnited States. Mrs.
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       AUTO'BARGAINS.• . '                        '• •'.'•'•

       et," who is the candidate for gov- Voorhees has a remarkable memory                    The funeral of Mr. Thorsen was their automobile, when another car                                                                    Vanderveer • of Wanamassa,. near more thsn one hundred (}0Q) m u a n *iet meter, eto., 1180; 'SI Chevrolet,t>
       ernor.                              '.'••.-. .nd can tell of interesting happen- ield yesterday morning- at Holy :ut in front of the. Bruno- machine daughter of the late Samuel T. Asbury Park.' The ceremony /was In e n s . (110) will be requlrcit for eisch fine condition.. IJOO. , Poons Bed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            An additions! deposit. of ten
             The club it made, up of members ngs and events during the course Cross* church. A requiem mass was nd forced Mr. Bruno to stop. Two White of Oakhurst...                                                              performed by Rev. James Oweim of additional area . of one. hundred (109) 1T07.1.
       of the Bay Shore-towns of Middle- f her life. u - .                     ,          chanted by Rev. John E. Murray.                                                               The funeral was held Sunday af- Red Bank. - Mr. Rue's home is at square' feet or. fraction, thereof.: This                                                                             LA
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             PLAYER PIANO FOR SALE.
       town township. Their principal dis-                                                The burial was made at Mount Car- men jumped out of the other car jernoon at the Seabright.Methodist Garden City, New York,: ; •                                                                  amount ihell be rstalns'd by-the'Boroush
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  $ 00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       In perfiot conditloni hats« noUii i « «
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Engineer M compensation/for hii servlose $800 , wlU'sill for I2O0 bicauie amam ebottt
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         co nditloni hat)s« noUii
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        l for I2O0 caue
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                l U l ill f r I 2 0 bicauie ebottt
                                                                                          mel cemetery at Long Branch.                and ordered Mr. and Mrs. Bruno church. The church was. filled.                                                                                                                                                                    ,
       pute with the machine dates back                                                                                               :o puVup their hands. One man                                                                                                                         under thli ordlnnnce. In'addition to this t                           to.move. Add                       Fl
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Addreee Flayer P          i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Piano, dranei;     di
       frem the- primary election last                  FOR A COMMUNITY PARK.                 Mr. Thorsen was 32. years old. ad a: revolver. He stuck the Rev, Howard.N. Amer conducted                                                    Viilting i                                       peyment the applicant" shall' be reiulreil M . Red Bank.                                               '"'''''••     ^ ''"'''"'"'r"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            to deposit with thi Borough Collector • ~                                       '•          MAN WANTED..                    . .' f. j
       menth. They wanted Mrs. Mary Leonardo Aisociation May Buy He leaves a widow, Catherine, and muzzle of the weapon against.Mr, the service. Solos were rendered                                                                   Mr. and Mrs. William A. Hopping sum of -money si mentioned lolow, whloh • Single man wanted to work on farm tar
       Robert Conover for committeewom- Government Lighthouse Property. a son Harry. His parents, Mr. and Bruno's face, but Mr,- Bruno gave by Miss Eleanor Fary. The burial and Mr. and Mrs. Fred t>. Wikoff sum ihall appllont will Jaithfully ful/lll poeltloBi good, home, good wagil. Phoite.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            thtt the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              be considered as • guarantee the month 1 cowl, lawn, etc.; year rourld
       an from the Fort Monmouth dis- ' A special meeting of the Leon- Mrs. John Thorsen^ Sr., of Sea- ,he man a shove. The other .high- was made at Woodbine cemetery at of Broad street are spending a few thi conditions • of this ordinance. This Bed Bmfc 1498.'                                                                                                                                   r          ;-•-•'
                                                                                                      are living,
       trict. The organization wanted rdo civic interests association has bright; two brothers,and. he also wayman spoke to his. companion. Long Branch, , The bearers were days at Wernersville, Pennsylvania. s u n completionreturned to the appoint at T 7 ^
                                                                                          leaves                         James and                                                                                                                                                          the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ii to be
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    of the: work'end > upon at                                             DOG FOUNDt                  • .              ,
       Mrs. Albert Maxton elected com- jeen called for next Monday night Eabert Thorsen of Seabright. For 'Bump him off and have it over Ward Hampton, Hawkum Carr,                                                                                                                                                                                                     Black
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            certificate from the Borough Enslnter to lama in and brown leg. Owner can nnd           left- hind
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     with white,marklngali
       niltteewoman . for another term. .0 consider buying the government i number of years Mr. Thorsen wai. with" he said. At this point an- Adam Moss, I. P, Reed, Albert                                                                       Card of- Thanki.                          the elfeot that the repairs have bien made
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        We wiph to than,k otir many In a latlifaotory mariner, and in' conform. dog wandering and Plnckmy road, bitwein                                       on
   ' The organization and the club mem- ighthouse property fronting on igent at the Seabright railroad tta- ' itber machine came along the road Duryea and Orlando Perrine, '                                                       friends and neighbors lor• their|-»n«« "wiih"Yi»
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   South atreet
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       B a n k .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Blanch avenue, Be4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   .    -                     •'.-.                       .                    .   '••••               '     --       "
       bers had several conferences and Elaritan Bay at that place. The ;lon( but for .the past year he had ind scared the highwaymen, - who                                                                                                                                                nance.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    kindnesB during the illness and " Section 8                                                                                         - V . ,. '• D M LOST,.                             ... •.,..>
       neither was willing to give in.' The overnment has offered the proper- >een working at a painter.                               topped into their machlnea and FORMAN MATTHEWS. DEAD. death of iny husband) espe- Borough C The ss a guarantes aliaU the Small dog Iqit, thrie or four montha   h Collector mm to'.ke paid to ba
       machine leaden said that to make a .y for sale and a committee of                                                               Irove off. A general alarm, was He Died of HearTDIseasa Y.iter- cially Mr. Albert Worden, Rev.' A.                                                   Computed as, follower-t                         t       h .l l b ' oldj reiembles a police dog and anlweri t»
                                                                                                              ja) i e>i.  _   •                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ths name of Fete, flndir plena notify
       change in the' committee-woman Leonardo residents have practically                                                               ent out by the Rumson police, but                 day After a Long Sickness.-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    to be made
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    H. Sutphen, Mr, Eugene Magee aria ot For openings brlok, asphalt In pavfme&ts George; O. Hanoi, Kawman Sprlnga-xoad,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 atone block,                              or other ma-
      would disrupt the party. The club .rranged to buy the property. All                         *S,000 LOS5_BY FIRE.                ;he highwaymen: were not caught. . Forman Matthews of Eastsidi all those who sent flowers and cars. terial having 'a 1 conorete foundation, the B e d B a n k . ' - ' • " • . . - - •• . • , - " , - : . ,
   'members said It would do no such hat is needed to put the deal Mn. Helen L'. BaldwJnY House at                                                                                                                                    Mrs. Susan Crawford and Family, sum ot ten dollara (110), for each icjuars                                                                      ^          LOSft           -
                                                                                                                                                         '.^»eii                      'ark, in Fair Haven borough, died —Advertisement.                                                     yard of lurface to be dliturbed. ;                                          Fair of tortolia shell liaises !oi» be.
      thing. They said they had no per- :hrough is authorization from the                       Fair Haven Badly Damaged,                                                            jf heart disease yesterday. after-                                                                          Fot openings to be made in cement con- tweea liroad street bankr building and
       sonal objections to Mrs. Maxion ivic interests association. The                                                                     SIX WEEKS IN EURpPE.                                                                                                                              crete pavementa, tha sum ot seven dollars corner of G u t Front itreet. Kindly leave
                                                                                              Mrs, Helen I. Baldwin's, house at                                                     noon at the Long Branch hospital                              Card of ThanVi.                            S(7.O0) for each squire yard ol surface at.aomer of LaVeilda and Blver avenue*,
      but that they had picked Mrs. Con- meeting next Monday night is Fair Haven, on the north side' of Mr. and Mr>. Wuiiam W. Arm- His condition had been serious the                                                                  The ladles'' aid society of the to be dliturbed. • ' x                                           V           .         , Mary Botart.     ogr.
      over and would not be satisfied un- ailed to obtain this authority. All the main road between Fair Haven                                                                                                                                                                              , Tot opentnga to be made In pavementa
      less they got' her. They said the members 'of the association and and Rurnqon; was badly damaged by
                                                                                                                                            ttronf Sailed on Staurday.              past two weeks, although he had' First - Presbyterian' church of Rum- o l bituminous conera^e- or 'other bltumln-                                                                              LICENSE PLATE LOST.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    son wishes to thank all those who oui pavementa with a oruihed itoni bsie, lost between Bed Bank aid LongNo. 1 I U                  New Jeraey. auto Heinle 'plate
      club had always loyally supported heir friends and all,citizens inter- fire Monday morning shortly before                           Mr. and Mrs. William W. Arm- been sick a long time. Mr. Mat- participated in any way at pur fair, or;» ban1 of brlok or of,itona black, the                                                                                                                                      Branifu
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Finder pleaie return, to 116 : Monmouth
      the party an'd had never received «ted in the welfare of Leonardo noon. The fire started in the attic' strong of Maple avenue sailed for thews was born at Red Bank 59 which proved such a'great success, yard ot ilx dollwa be disturbed.'.                                           sum                         (16,00) for each iquire street,, or phone, Bed Bank 111? and wlfl
      anything in'return, either in politi- jave been Invited to" attend the and it is supposed to , have been Europe last:. Saturday on the years ago and had always lived-in                                                                        .Edythe Kay Foller,                            of surface to                                    ;            coma and get' it. •                                          " '' '
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 For openlnga to be made In maeadam
      cal appointments, or jobs, or any- meeting. The property which it Is caused by defective wiring. The iteamer Baltic. They expect to be this locality.. For a number' of                                                                          ,              , Secretary. or gravel pavementi, the mm of four dol-                                                   •           C1RL WANTED....                    .,;'•
                                                                                                                                      gone about six weeks'on a pleasure years lie was a member of the .well r-Advertisement.                                        /                                                                                               o sasbori
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             lar i (M.OO) for each, square yard of lur- for siasbori conenslon itandi mu.it M                                itand
      thing else. They said it wai a reposed to buy is a very large fire spread rapidly and although                                                                                                                                                                                         face to be disturbed.                   ''       .' ' •'.             neat Intelligent and have pleasing piri
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   neat.                                                    piricn-
      mighty small thing to ask for one ract, with excellent facilttieK for the Fair Haven firemen were quick- ;rip. They will visit England,'Scot- drilling; and house moving firm of                                                            Card of Jharilci.'                             For openlnsi' to ba made In itreeta allty. Addrest.T. J. Blgglni A*V. Agenty.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   48 Broad itreit, Bed Bank, or phone,
                                                                                                                                      land, France, Belgiurt, Switzerland Matthews Brothers.' This partner-
      eommltteewoman and that if they wirnming, bathing, boating and ly on the job the attic was badly                                                                                                                                                                                                           materials
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        We wish to flianfc our many saved withabove, luoh' other aa thi' thoia 1842 for appointment. ' • '
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             mentioned                           ium
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Sor^                                                                    '•
      eouldn't get this they would provide shing. The lighthouse has riot turned and the roof was almost en- mi Italy. They'will go into Italy ship was dissolved several years friends and neighbors for their ouzh Enslneer may diera' reaaonable.-. '                                                                                                                           REWARD FOR BICYCLE
     the machine leaders vith.sn example 'Ben used by the government for irely burned off. The roof was                                 rom Switzerland and after visiting                                                           fclndneis during our bereavement. Section 6. Tlio work of biokfllllni and Furniture Store,, several, weakasgoiMarka           stolen on Monmouth itrict, near
      of disruption in the party far great- lome time.                                                                                Naples and Rome will go' north to ago.' •.                                                                           Mrs. J. Broander,                 replaolng, the pavements shall-ba beiun                                                                                              lve»
                                                                                           large and spreading,' with two Genoa, and .from there to Nice and                             Mf. Matthews leaves, a widow                                                                        within tventy-tour hours after the com- Johnson Boy Scout mods], black, one spoke)
      er than any' disruption which the                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Mrs. B. Mslone,                   plitlon of the work for.which tbe open- mining. Mrs. Marlon B. Uleks, 149 Men-
                                                                                          gables and two towers. The fire- Monte Carlo... Mr. Armstrong: lays and. daughter, Gladya Matthews,                                                              William VanRiper. ln» was made. •-" • • • • . . •                                                       month atraat, Bed Bant. Phone 102.R.- ;
      lea.den had predicted -would eniue
      if Mri.Mixson were not elected.               WANT MORE IMPROVEMENTS. men got all the furnitnre out of he will be. glad to see the big Ca- who lives at home, He also leaves —AdvertlseMent. -                                                                                         _ Th).l)joliflll]n& and replacing, of pave-                                  ••— rOCKETBOOK FOUND " : ; - ! . —
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              rnenti ihall ba prqie'euted with all rta- on.Broad atreet-Mondiy night, containing
                                                                                          the house. Betides the damage by sino at Monta Carlo, which" has the                           son, Dotiald. Matthews, who lives                                                                    aonable dlllfence' and ipeed, .and snuat ba aura of money )n bills and silver. Owner
             The machine paid no attention to Robert Aje'ra of Cedar Street fire to the attic and roof, the ceil- reputatloft of being the greatest at Minnfeslnk Park an'd' he leaves                                                             Card of Thanki.                            eomplited within three daya after sUrtlne, can have lame by identifying property
      this ultimatum. It went calmly Su'tai «h. N«*dt of That Street. ings of the second floor and part of gambling resort in the world, but two brothers and four sisters. They , We wish to thank all those -who euoept that the Borough Englniir In his and paying for Agency, 4S Broad 'T, *,                                                                                              thli advartiiament..
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            the Hlgglns Adv.
      ahead with its plans to elect Mrs. _. Robert A^ers of Cedar .street the ceilings of the first floor were he does not Intend-to - Jlbuclc-the are George and Ambrose Matthews in any way assisted us at tha death above time may roaka Inexception! ° to It'll Bed Bank. '               dlicretlon
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               limits If          his opinion                                                    .<•.......,..•
      Maxson. Both women candidates thanked the Red Bank commlsslon- knocked down by the great amount tiger." He says he has no desire pn of Red Bank, Mrs. Sarah. Ryan of of 'our, husband and father, espe- Impraotlisbls to complete the work vrlthln "• FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET. .
      fo.r eommltteewoman filed their pe- ira Monday night for having put if water which was poured into the his return home to be pointed out South Amboy, Mrs. Mary Plattf of cially Rev. John L. Huizer and Al- th« time aboveIt mentioned. made thl duty At 40 Meobanlo strict, one block from
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Section 7.           la hereby
      titions but due to some sort of a .water-jaalns_down_on_that_atreet                                                                    l     b       l     h    b       t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            W. Worden.
                                                                                                                                                                                     Nam,. .YfiTk. Mrn. .Tunnie Kaffen- bert MrsvCrNrAllerrand-FsmUyf-"-                                                                                                           Broad street ind all buellnei. Quiet.
      legal mix-up Mrs. Conover's peti- nd asked them to provido the he house will have to come down                                                                                                                                                                                                    jar enf replaoiuent- of pivementl, furnlahed parlor floori tbree large rooma
                                                                                                                                                                                     berger of Cleveland and Mrs. Ar- —Advertisement.
          on wao found to be invalid. Thil itreet with sowers and lights. The and new walls and ceilings put in Monte Carlo," as was set forth in mour Platt, of Vermont.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             and to require the same to be done In a w l u privilege* of. light houiekeijIng-M

   ?      ept Mrs. Conover from getting matter of lights was referred to the 'hroughout the building. Some of a very popular song back.in-1870,
       hor_name en tho ticket and-aha Ight-corhmittee-andthe matter-of :he-woodwork-ani''trlnvof'thehous»
                                                                                                                                                                                         The funeral will be held at two                                 A               ART
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             thorough workmanlike .'manner, and In so- deilrea. Very reaionabla.,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             eordance with tbe- termi 6t this ordinance
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             as set forth in Section 8»-
                                                                                                                                                                                      - clockr tomorrow- afternoon - at -tho EMMA"CARROLL, APPLEBY"BUILDING, • - Section -S.—Ali- trmellimiiairbe TiaeS-•I—Very— large—thru-room ~apertme»ffoi
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ' '       1 . . ' .                  "PoTRErlT.
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       and the. women's club arranged to iewers"was referred to the sewer will have to be replaced and all of                                                                        house and will be conducted by Rev.                                                                     filled by dcpoaltlng; therein earth la lay- 'rant furnlaned or unturnlihsdi all Inv
                                                                                          v                                                                                                                                                   . ASBURY PARK, N. J.,                          ert ot not more than six Inches In dejth, provamentai electric lights, gai, ihowea
      [wage a paster campaign.                       :ommittee, along with Instructions .he woodwork will have to be re- Annual'Event will ba Held Tues Robert MacKellar. The burial will Tormtrlr Aborn Opiratlo OIKIMI. . At- each thoroughly rammed or tamped, and bath, hot water; with a private family, at
      :      The pasters -were printed and dis- .0 make a report about having sew- garnished or repainted. -                                    day Night, July 21st.                be at Fair View cemetery.                           etntlr Sohool for Girli, Princeton.                  If required by the'Borough Engineer, a verr low rent Ar
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   street, Bed Bank. T<
       tributed, but instead of being print- irs put down on portions of Leon-                 The house had been rented about            The' ladies' aid society of the                                                             Pleoimint, building, • diction, npertolri, fluihid with water. .
       ed on white paper they were rd street and Herbert street. Mr. week previously by Preston Hern- Methodist church of Tinton Falls                                                        ,' '       .<!«'                           \             lnterpr«Utloiu
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Wherever an' opening Is made In .a (Want advertliimena continued on p u t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             pavement that. has a concrete bail, the
       printed on preen, red and yellow AyerB said the present board of don, who had been occupying the will hold their annual harvest home DEATH FROM HEART DISEASE                                                                       Raductlon for Evening LeMoM.                      pavement'ahall be cut out eighteen Inehaa
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           '             '    •'            '                '    '       P S a t f i )               . - '         .              .

       paper. After a considerable num- ommlsBioners was the only one he Mrj. Harry Badeau house, at Red Tuesday night, July 21st, on the Red Bank Visitor Died Suddenly M«cih»»ti TmitTHE CONDITION OF wider say, nine Inches of tha on each that
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     KEPORT OF
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Gomptihr ot Btd Banlc, ia to,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       than the width
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           elda                         PUBLIC NOTICE;                                       .
       ber of votes had boen cast Mrs. had ever known that aeemod to Bank. After the fire he rented the grounds of th«fol3 Mineral Springs                                                     Lait Thuraday Night                   K. J., at tbe clou of bu(lntit Junt loth.                thereof and the edge of the old eonerste AH OBDINANOB KSTABUSBTNO                                                                           XI
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ehall be bevelled 10 as to make thi con-                                  COMMISSION TO BE KNOWN AS THX i
        Conover and her allies discovered have knowledge that there was such house adjoining the one which was hotel propertyv-at Tinton Falls.                                          Howard W. Johnson of Paterson 192S.                          RESOURCES.                              crete cut four Inchii wider at the top than                               "8HADB TREE COMMISSION                                       OX
- that such pasters were invalid and                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    BED BANK."                   -                          . 1 1
                                                        street as Cedar street. He said damaged by fire and he is now liv- Elaborate' arrangements are under died suddenly last Thursday night Bondi end nortguei ,                                                            27,000.00 at the bottom. The new concrete pave-
       would not b, counted. «It. was too hat until the water mains weie laid ing there.                                                                                              from heart disease at the home of Stocks and bonds ''                         n *        58,484.86 ment or foundation ihall be nude three                                         BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor and
                                                                                                                                      way for the affair, especially, for                                                                                                                     inthei thicker than ths original concrit* Council of the Borough of Bed Bank H
       late to get more pastors printed and hat strcot had not had improve-                    The loss on the house is estimated
                                                                                                                                                                                     Harry A. Hawkins ot Irvine place. Tlm< loam on umeoured »J. 11,920.00 and shall ba reinforced with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Demand, loam                                7,200.00                                                                          lollowi:—                   •      -                               ....
       Mrs. Conover had to depend on ments of any kind, not even mail at $5,000 but no official appraise- the supper which Is always one of Mr. Johnson was a brother-in-law Kot«i snd bllla purobasfd.-». 278,186.11 reinforcing steel siaced six Inchea center minionThen shall ths 'established a                                                                . 1.                            be
       folks -writing her name on the tick- carrier service. He said the town ment of the loss has yet been made.                     the biggest features. The advance Of Mrs. Hawkins and he had been Overdrafts .. - — — - -                                                      11.00    to center or equivalent thereof.                                                     known as               "Shade Trie
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   minion of Red "Bank"' In accordance _.—
        et with pencils, She wai defeated, officials never forgot to tax prop-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    luriacei are to hi
                                                                                                                                      sale of tickets indicates a large at- visiting at the Hawkins home two Cue from houie furniture and 26,S<«.0T !n All pavement with apecIflea!Moni replaced ths provlalons of an act ot the Lagtlla-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 banki, etc* ,,,,,,,,,,,;',
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   accordance                                       ot this
     'the majority against her being 28 erties on that street but that they                                                           tendance.              .          '                                                               futures ...,.           , .w..«»         «,481.IH Borough sjovernlnC sew construatlon of tura entitled, • "An Aet providing for the
                                                                                               SHADE TREE COMMISSION.                                                                weeks. He had. suffered with heart Cub on hand ,                                -~—       IS,414.61 euah payeminti.                               ..            .             regulating, planting, care and control of
        in a total vote of 125. Mrs. Cono- leemed to forget after the tax bills                                                                                                       diiease for a considerable time but Other aneti ^..^..                           ,....     5,150.17
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   ahada trees
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Settlon t. The excavation and all silaa lie highways and shrubbery upon ths <pxm-
        ver's friends and the club members were paid that the street existed,              New Governmental Body to be Cre-                FIREMEN CLEAR $2,500,
                                                                                                                                                                                      he was improving and had become                                                                         of eicavated materlali or any materiel for the care, and In municipal parks, end              control and improvement of,
                                                                                                      ated al Red Bank.                                                                                                                                                      »480,JS«.76 uied In the work to be performed In tha aueh parki, authorising the continuance of
        say they are elated over the result.                                                                                          Fair Held by Rumean Fire) Depart-               very much better. He had gone to                                LIABILITII3.                            opening, tor-which a permit Ii lnued ahall eilitlpg abada traa commliilon, and the
        They say Mrs. Conover made a                                                           Bed Bank is to have a shade tree            ment Cloied Saturday N l k                 bed Thursday night but had got up Oiplttl stock pild In                                                 be eirefully guarded and Hthted t r ths appointment of shadi trie eommliilone,
                                                            COUNCILMEN CLASH.                                                                                        y                                                               Surplus fund                                             applicant who ihall ba liable for dam- and preicrlblng thiir powers and duties
        wonderful run considering the odds                                                commission.' An ordinance creat-                The Rumson firemen's fair closed ind was sitting in a chair when he U d i i d d                                                                     agea cauied br the proiecutlon of tha (Ravlilon o f
        against her.                                                                         ng such a commission passed its .aBt Saturday night. The fair drew Vas attacked with a spasm ot pain («!">•                                                                                      work or failure to properly guard ormiln. 1816, and the H I S ) , " lupplemanta thereto i      nveral
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         approved: April 14,
                                                    Robart S. Johnion Sutei Hli                                                                                                                                                                                                               tain the aame.                      .'                     .*' . and amendments thereof* '                                            -
              The club is at oddi with tha ma            Opinion of J. Birdtall Pharo.     first reading at the meeting of the large crowds, every night and the and hja.dled within five minutes; . ' B'm"                                                                                      Section 10. It la expreeily reqnlnd that
        chine over other matters, but tho                                                  town commissioners Monday night.                                                                                                                                                                   •very department ot thli Borough ahall                                    3. Tne ssld commliilon shall consist tat
        Scrap at tha primary election Is the            "You act like a two-ycnr-old and Under a etate law the commission profit* amounted to about $2,600.                               Mr. Johnson was 61 years; old.                                                                      comply with thi provlalona of thle ordi- three reildents of tbe Bcrougb who shalj
     .principal causo of trouble. Another           shoot your mouth off beforo you will have large powers, even to the A radio set was awarded to J. "Wen- He was a son of John N. Johnson                                                                                                   nance except that the. provlilom of- thli ba appointed by the Mayor within sixty
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ordlmnce ihall not apply to any eontraot (00) days after tha piaslge of this-ordi-
                                                                                                                                      snl of South River, a ton of coal to of Naveslnk, who kept a store at
        cause of trouble to the machine at know what you ar« talWng about," extant, of control over trees on pri- Charles Brlggi, and $5 in sold to that place many years. He leaves                                                                                                          work dons br tha Borough.                                            nance. Tbs tarms ot offloe of the eon-
                                                     mid Councilman Robert S. Johnson vate properties if it desires to ex-                                                                                                                                                                       Section 11. Any person, company, A            pany, Ann mlnlonari Drat appointed hiraunder: shall
^ Port Monmouth Is that new elec-                                                                                                     Vivian Sutter. Patrick Kennedy ; widow but no children.                                                                                                 or corporation who ihall vlolaU fny ot begin continue for .the rupiotlva pirloda
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               W                               upon the day ot their appointment
       tion officers have been appointed ,n Councilman J. Blrdsnll Phnro ercise this control. The commission was chairman of the fair commit-                                                                                                                                1480,898.76 thi provisions of this ordinance Ihall upon and '     Ih
                                                                                                                                                                                          Mr. Johnson was a member of SUtt ot New Jerser, Countr ot Monmouth, conviction of aueh violation be lubjict to daythree,January next luctiedlng iuih erstb l t t of ot four and flve years from the 'a*f
       thovc. The folkii who were fired             Monday nlcht at the mee^ng ot the will consist of three members ap-
                                                                                                                                       tee, James Porter, Jr., wai secre- the lodge of EUCB and an Elk's serv- *e.i                                            • •             . -•;    ' - a Am ot two hundred dollan (|20J) for
        out of office, my they labored faith Red Bnnk commissioners. This re- pointed for terms of three, four and tary anoVGaorga Schulti was,Ntreas- ice was held on Saturday night at; Ch»«. H. Throckraorton, President, and each oftinse.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   polntinent, tha terrai of nld appointees t»
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   be deilgnatid In tbslr reipeotlTe appoint^
  , fully for the party and that it' Is i           mark followed a, criticism which Mr. five years. It has authority to ap-                                                                                                         J. D. Ottwion, Jr, Tniaurer, of the above                   Section IS. AU ordlmnui or pirti of mente. All other sppolntmsnts' except t#
 1                                                  Phnro mode of a bill of $276 from point a socretnry and fix the salary urer.                                                      Worden funeral parlors, where the              named company, being ecverally duly ordtnancii which are not aonilitent-with nil vseanclei shall be made by ike Ueyor,
        poor return to fling them out.                                                                                                                                                body had been taken. The funeral •worn, each tV>' blmsilt (lepoies and asrs thi repelled. ot this ordinance ari hire- to take each year for a flrat day of ofJanu-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    provliloni                                                                     effect upon thl
                                                    Harry H. Clnyton, chief of police                                                                                                                                                that, the foregolnj statement ti true, to by
              Qnly one township official is to for expenses 1n nttending the con- of the socretary. The nocretnry                                  Buya a Sailboat.                   was held on Sunday and the burls' tha beet of bis knowledge and belief.                                    Section II.. Thle ordinance iball take years, T*ny vacancy ateurrinc In the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          n         Ths ordlns
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   ary ot                                   full term               nv#
        be elected In the township this vention of chiefs of police at In- doet not necessarily have to be a                              Elmer Hesse, son of Oscar was at Fair View cemetery.                                          CHAS. H. THROCKMORTON, Preildint •fleet September 1st. 1925.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                leet                                           ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              . membirshlp of laid commlnlon by reeiea
       year. The oftice to be filled Is that dlnnapolls recently. Mr. Johnson member of the commission.                               Hesse, Jr., of East Front street,                                                                J. O. OTTERSON. Jr.. Tressnrei.                             b
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Tbe f i                  di
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 T foregoing ordinance has bam In of death, reilgriatlon or removal > of any '
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Subecrlbtd end iworn to before me this troduced and the Mayor and Council will eommlialonir ihall be ailed tot the unsax
       of township committeoman, which said the bill wns perfectly nil right                                                          has bought a sailboat of the knock- DEATH OF, YOUNG MOTHER. seventh .day of July, A. D. 1936.                                                           eonalder the flnU panags thereof on the plred term by the Major,il                                                         .                •
        office Is now held by Albert Runyon and that provision rind been made                  TOWN'S NEW BOND ISSUE.                 about class from Giorge Gilllg of                                                                        (Sill)            E. N. MeCLEES,               20th day of. July. itIS, at the Borough
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    .                     NoUrr Fublls, Bill at 8:00 P. M.                                                              I. Ssld Commission iblU orgaalM wk)o-
        of Bclford, who la a candidate for n the budRct of expenses, After                                                            Rumiop. The boat la sixteen feet Mn. Aiarlsb cTHorl.y or Red Correct Atteiti—                                                                              Any person or penoni diilrlnsvto be In thirty diys after the appolitawnt et
       re-election. Mr. Runyon ii well Mr. Johnson's explanation Mr. Bidi Will be Opened at Next Ceun long and is very fast for Ha sise. Bank Dteal Yaiterday Afternoon.                                                                JACOB YANKO,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        WALTES G. FXKNOH,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              hiird will be given an opportunity at the it! total rnimbinhlp, for tb» rsraslnler
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   of ths currant year, and thereafter annual. '
       known and popular and never in riinro subsided and thai ended the                            cil Meeting June 20th.              t won a race last Sunday. Elmer, 'Mrs. Rachel Branson Hurley,                                   JOHN J. QUINN.                               '
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              time and place atoreiald.
       the past haj he had much trouble mutter.                                                Witrren H. Smock, counsel for who attends Yale university, is                                                                                                Plriston.                                                               A. t SBad lai by the elictlon thi one of Its mirnken
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           prisldant and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ajpolntment it «
                                                                                            tho borough of Red Bank, reported home for the summer vacation and                       wjfe of Axariah C. Hurley of                                                                                                                                                  secretiry, who nsad not be a number af
       to get electod to any office to which                                                                                                                                         Bridge avenue, died yesterday af-                                                                                                                                             tbs lommliilon, The oompematlon of Hhi
       he aspired In the township. He is                       .      ^.«.»_                 o the commissioners Monday night                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      aeoreUry arid all other employsea skill k«
        one of the wealthiest residents of                    ORGAN RECITAL.               lhat the ordinance and the other li- he expects to spend a large part ternoon at the Long. Branch hos-                                                                                                                                                                  fixed by ths (Comraliilon,                                 '              •
                                                                                           gal work for the town's new bond of hit leisure.time sailing his boat, pital following an operation for
        Middletown towmhlp.
              Tha declaration of (he women
       that thiy wont •vote tha towmhlp
                                                     ll will k> CW.n .1 l.lllle Silver
                                                                 Nurnt Tueitl«]r.
                                                         An organ reclUl and concert will
                                                                                           issue for $258,000 had boon passed
                                                                                           an and approvid by bond Issue ex-
                                                                                                                                      which he has named Papoose.
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                                                                                                                                                                                     intestinal trouble. She was '20
                                                                                                                                                                                     yean old and leaves two children.
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                                                                                                                                                                                     She is also survived - by her par-
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  NEWMAN SPRINGS INN                                                                    4. Bald commliilon ihall adeft i«IM'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   and regulations for Iti iwa guvanunenti,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   and shall axsrelia lull, sole ana exeluili
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   control over the regulation, ptantlnar ai
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             cl ihada
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   ears ol (bade and ornamental tree*'ornament
  ' Republican ticket la not wprrylng be Rivon at the Little Silver Metho- perts. A large number of inqulriis                                      Out of BmlntM.
       the machine much, but the possibil- dist church next Tuesday night.                 have bean received and many bids               T. Newton Dortmui and Albert ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Branson                                                                                                Newman Springs Road                                         shrubbiry riow eltuaU or '.waka
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     " ""                        " '
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   hereafter planted In any publii t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             •ay. Inshdliw
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   nark, or parkway. Itutladlnsr the r
                                                                                           for ths bonds are expected. The Taylor of Red Bank have given up of Bilford. The body was brought
       ity of the women voting for slate, The Mailer orgn.i which tho church
       ContTteiilonnl and county Dtmo. recently bought for $3,500 will be bids will be raid at the next meet- th> teal estate and iniurtnc* busi- pared tot burial. The funeral will
                                                                                                                                                                                     to Worden'e funeral tone and pre-                                                                                  RED BANK, N. J.                                            trimming sprayig lira a i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   trhnmlnr, spraying, lara aid. p
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   of tin tame fot thi publle aroed, • . ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   do and pirform ittrt olhei M U a i l
 ' eratla candidates Is giving consld. Used. The concert will be given by                   ing of thi cornmisnlontrs Monday ness. The Insurance buiinsss has
       arable concern to tbe leidcrs, They the Ocean drove (|usrtat comlstlng night, July 20th.                                       been sold to Arthur V. Gregory of be held at 2:80 o'clock Friday after-                             Large Cool Dining Room                                     .                 Excellent Food                                                             ' i W u k i erTwl
                                                                                                                                      White itrtet, Mr, Ttylor his taken noon at the Reformed church. Rev.                                                                                                                                                         pobile iied'aecordlnr.te'law..
; dent want the normal Republican of Mrs. Bleekcr Stirling soprano,                                    — — . — i ^ i aw    —.
                                                                                                                                      a Job at William Sandlass's bathing William ,E. Bralsted will conduct
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Rooma                        Transients                                 Board                              " The'forsgflng ordlosnte ha* leia
• townihlp majority to fall became Allan Woolley baritone, Ruiiell                                   tandy Store) Rokbatcl.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       duiei, .aaftb, Mi»e7 " "
                                                                                                                                      pavilion at Seabright                          the service. The burial will be                                                         Ttlaphon* 1812
   ' this would bi constnild as a rebuke Woollty tenor and Mn. Helm                            Burglari entered Joseph Cousa's
     •Jfreitt the woman's club, On thi Lewis contralto, with Mn. Harold candy store on thi boardwalk at
   ,',<>tlier hand many of the women an Warren organist. The profits will Asbury I'ark early Monday morning                                     Llitme riatei Stolen.
                                                                                                                                                                                     made at Fair View cemetery.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                pirsin sr per
      in favor e f following thli'action be dlvldid between the choir nml and broke opin thl safe and itole                               Two license piaJM were taken                   D««tp of Red Hill Young Man.                                                                                  CET OUT OfiTHS; RUT                                        th<rd will be .glvea'cl*»i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ilia* and slue aft
  • for they say this would do rnor« to the official board of the rhurch,                   $000 in cash. The left, which wai from an automobile owned by Floyd                          Walter Jones, who lived with Ma                                                                          Tolling for dayl over a trash tub
 ' I eondimrt tha machine than anything                                                     a small one, was In the front part LangtUn of Oceanport lait Wednes-                          indparanti, Mr. and Mn, Albert                                                                          is a home drudgery that Is f l i t
      •lie th«y could do.
' ')'• The reason why the organisation                        Marine! an Furlouih,
                                                                                            of tin itore in full view of the day night while the tar was purled
                                                                                                                                                                              o           ne of Red Hill, In MIddlotown
                                                                                             boardwalk. The burglar) moved in front of Mr. Langsten's house. township, died from a complication
                                                                                                                                                           r     nge          o
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         K                                                        bccomitur obsolete. The modern
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  way Is to sand your wet waih to
, <tau«hi at threats sgtinit the town-                   Klojd Dennis of Harding rand the aifs to the rear of the store and            Th thif         t away t ))
                                                                                                                                                       t                   ith tth
                                                                                                                                       Tha thief got a y sate); with the Of dlieaaia last Thundsy. He wai                                                                                         our laundry and save yourstll
•7 ajjlp ticket U bieiuis there will be and Harry Wokott of Madlton avi hung In Its plate a pilnted eanvii, platu and 1 ft no olu# ai t hli M jiars old and leaves two broth-
                                                                                                                                                    d left         l         to                                                                                                                   tor moro eonwnl«rdnail..;iV«
                                                           , who are alatlontd with the which wu an ixaot replica ot tlie Identity.                                                                                                                                                              do the work better, quicker and
V « o township DiHiQerstle ticket thli
fiMSt.'' John K, fitob ol B.lfcml led States marine corps a •ale. • ' • • ' ' ' '
y m ^ ^ t i i ^ / p r i i m n p to Waihlngtoni P. 0,, are home on                                                                                             a»4 Da««».
                                                                                                                                                                                      en, Anthony and William Jonis,
                                                                                                                                                                                      The funeral was Uld last Saturday
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 cheaper became we hav> tht « * •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 chlmry and faotlltln to do laun-
                                                                                                                                           Qion Hi Wsljue will «»ve a aftertoori at the Red Hill Methodist
                                                                                                                                                rge                                                                                                                                            - dry worlc on a big s«il», 6 I M
          AH ertlnst Mr. Ruoyon, hut he               furloughi of thirty diy«.,- (leorg           Taking ttlagi t . Market.                                                          church (ind the burial wai made In                                                                         us a trill.
                       i We hli ementt account In Whalin «1 Tinnuite, unotlio will take any marketable thing to clam chowder auppir and 4an«e the chureh cemeUry.
                                                                                                K Rurlster want adyartUimen
                                                                                                                                                          U aV hit' Piar Or-
                                                                                                                                                               aV                             hh
                       " '            i»«MndWtte membir of the mirlne eorpi, k market .The IMfMerV tnwki'
                                                      •pendlni hli furloujh with the two                                                                                                                          tobojr. Mil                                                                                                                             lili
                                                      Bad Sank yountj m«B.                   Placei, numbtn OVWIM09
                                                                                                                                                                      life                                                                                                                                                            * ' • » * *
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ,.          .         OIL STOVES,.               :                         MONEY TO LOAN.                            • POLYCHROME READINO LAMPS"                               BEAUTtFyt HOME Oft
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            .Outdoor tcUeta..wmted'.' • , A d d n i l Bed                    Florenee end,New Perfection in all aliea                      On bond and rnortgau on real e»UU In In all ihadie and colon with parchment, _ Think of owning yttt» o
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          d                                                                                                      —         ol tnreW jrow owj I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Bank Auto Cimp, Newmin Bprlnii road, at low.pricei, Bea.m before buying tlee- Bid Bank.u' vicinityTn lum* ot $600 tf> lllk. or tchinti, ihadee complete, »fa». Rid Bank whan, you sg>ay
                                                                                                                                                          MORTOAOE MONEV WANTED.                                                          ited Bank.                                                                                                                                      iy jonn A. Mivciy. aoinMlor.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             •,.: • ' -.-•'-. • •*• where. Samuel. Bwirti, 14 Weit Front $60,000. Apply John A. Lovely, BBUB.IWI- Call early for a ' better aeaortment. motorboat rlgbt a i y — *
                                                                                                                                                     In eurai of $»,oeo,' $7,000-and $16/ ,
                                                                                                                                               Say H.fltUlmin,brokir f phone Eitontown remover of dead animate, Red Sank. T a l k
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         a-tane I I . W ,                ,
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         atreet. off Broad itreet. Jed Bank.
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       aWiw. Sout . Anbor, N. 1* Phona ,8outb Wrought Iron lams complete with ihade, Oojd iwlmmlngind U
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Amboy 1st-!                                            $!.»5. Art K n i t Shoppi. V, Broad, •treet. and ikitlng and e* bottlni
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Red Bank.                               '
                                                                          T^pWfi iCOWS'FOIl: SALE. / , . • ! . t                                                                                                                                                                                             1 hare iivaraVlued gai ttoree and cook                                         BE READY           < > '
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         •tone to eell.at -a. bargain. Come and look for dellcloui Golden Bantam corn, Hood a                                                S FARMS WANTED.                                 ImproveminU,' open On,—
               rURNUHEO ROOM TO RENT.,. <,,                                 Boma-iood. family or" dairy «owi. MU.                                       SPBJNO MATTRESSES T O * SAVE. .                                                                     OODEN McCLASKCY, e r
              . Improvement*, »» UndenTl***, •*< dleiown BtMk'l »™,,Tbpn!ii B, Fltld, Bed            f
                                                                                                                                                     Two iprrag x u t t n i m fcr lale; in.per- ilag roofer! )tla roofi coated and in*d*                                                                 them over.'Samuel Swarti, 14 Weit Front cxnteloupe, iweet potatoei and tomatoea                                           Have city ellenti ready to buy fame In an acre of around rlihl ot) ...
                                                                        lank. Paene 60°-J.- ;..„-;; f                            ,.,•., „,. fect condition| riaionabli. "Call Sad Bank tight. Chlroneri repaired. Booing ma- street, alt Broad,etreer. Bed Bank.                                                                                                       •oon will be ripe. Watch: Tbi- Begiiter. Monmonth county, alio village homei, tor only tb. most atlractlvi a                         116,000, Thli 4*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         terial (or Mia. 191 Hudion mp.De, Red                                                  MONEY TO LOAN> •                       Mn. Dodge'i Market, Ruraion roadi, Llt- town, river and ihore properties. Send let. one of Ray H. BtUlnwa, '          iietlon.
                                                                                    HALFi OF HOUSE POR RENT.                                                                                                                              Bank, phone 40D.J.                •                                  Honey to loan on flrat bond and mort- tl« Silver. N. J.                                   ,                    ter. with full deicrlptfon of, property to Eatontown, N. J. ,, .
                                                                                  » l ^ r o o » i , oath, all improvemmti,                         •••••                   C A N O E F O R S A L E . ;•                   , . .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         gige on loprored real eetate worth double                                                                            Bay H. Stlllroin, Sute Ughway, Baton,
                                                                                          48.J, Red Bank.                                             Sponion, eighteen feit long, in t i n t                                                              STORM ENCLOSURES.                                                                                                            HOUSE FOR SALE.
                                                                                                                                           : dan                 condition,                       O, A. Mount, Loeuit                          Mow la the time to baye tbemvpnt, op, tbe amount loinid. All ton Beiknun, at*                                                Kew house, ilx room*, modern Improve, town, N, J. ***'                              '                   . •               ... MONEY FOR FARMERS.                   {'>,:
                                                                                  PEDDUNO WAOON FOR SALE,                                                                                                                                 dent erllt until bad weather.' Pb»ne Bed torney, 10 Broad itreet, Bed Bank. .                                                menta; Immedlite. poaieeelon. .Good loca*                    .•• '   •        MAN WANTED.                                  On United Btitfi go»*rnmanl plan, T h * " ,
                                                                            p n i - h o m top peddling wagon,- In good Point, N. J. Phoni 88-J, Atlantic " " Bank 1408 tor Ralph a Ulekela, the ear.
                                                                                                                                                             1                     v                                                                                                                         BUNOALOW ON STATE HIOHWAY.                                tlon and good tcrmi. Price (7,600. D.                                                                                 Federal Land Bank, tbe e n ! r rtraeri1 m<f,,.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   One of tb« large life Iniuranca compm tual bank, the ret Mrnln«* of wkleb n '-
                                                                       ordiri MW tlrai. A. M. Bennett, 184 Miln            7
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Pinter and builder.             ,                        . /         Four, roomi and bath, heat, electricity, W, Martin, 240 E u t Front itrect, Bed lea^eifres. a man under forty ai a toilet, back to tbe firmer who' borrowt l n * *
                                                                       atreet,' Kcaniburav N.'J.                                                                          GRAVEL FOR SALF^                                                                                                                                                               A bargain! Bank, phone 11>8. •                             • \ ' tor and collector.; one not-afraid to meet                                                                                 /r

                                                                            „.....-. '"OWlCK FOR RENT, : . , ,                                       Fine gravel for roadi; «»n *lat>* IPJMO. TRY CURCHINS FOR FACE VALUE. «te.r luluble.. for, buiinew. Hopping, 49                                                                                                                                                                                                                          money, loam money to firmirs cm a n f /
                                                                                                                                                    in; thirty lent* per, cubic yaia, • 1L Bit.                                               Let ui be rour barber. We know how muit.eill qulekly. W. A.                                                                                MONEY TO LOAN                     . thi people can make big' money thnugn bond and mortgage at IVJ pas otnt lnter«W
                                                                            Deelrable otnee for renMn the Elmer                                                                                                                           to pliaie. Eicert tonaorlal eerrlee. Cur.                      Broad itreet. Bed Bank, phone »97.                            on t i n t and eecond mortgagea In amounta              weekly ealiry and commliilon. Dr»                              • i t to pay oR BortiagM L debts, buy
                                                                                                                           of Slgmund _ J I , pboni'««"W, Bid' Bank. All* concrit* ehln'i Barber Shop, Second National Bank                                                                                             NEW BUNGALOW, *3,<0O,                          ol f 1,000 to 120,000. Will ello. buy good P. B«d Bank.                                   '      ••..-'.               •took, make Improvement!, etc. It M l i:
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                                                                               - —*•   »T«ia   -waajatajaiei                                                                                                                              building. UpiUlra.                               i . • ' •. lit Fair Haven, four roomi, bath, and lecond ' mortgases.                                      Phone Red Bank                                                                           farm Is In Monmoutb county and you m t j ,< >'
                                                                                                 :                                                                          .WORK WANTED                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ' FOUND—
                                                                           . - "NSW HqUSETORSAlEi
                                                                                  -                                                        " by middle aged woman; part tlrai or aay'a                                                                       WOMAN WANTED.                               breakfalt room, all Improvement!; a bir- 196-M.                               Edwird Woll, 100 Monmouth a Una plica to itore yqar ear for any a loin, see me, I am tn* arcntary f*f                                                              ' '
                                                                .i.v        All -taproyementii - J5.J00. 8**' * ' • ' ? . '                                                                                              nornlnga . Colored preferred, middle aged, br im«H gain for IS,«00, ll,SBQ .caih, balanci
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        itreet. Red Bank. ' '                                                                                                  Honmouth county,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               period of time; open, day .and night; juat Henry a Wode, F.rmlngdali, for J. Pbon*             Sand,       e!«gj»r,
                                                                        «nnidy, 114 Mohmoath i t n e t , phone BeoV work light houiokieplng. ..Call Bed Bank family In Mlddletown; .pleaeant home, mortgage. W. A. Hopping. Bed Bank.                                                                                                     opplng.                                      SALESMEN WANTED                         a block from Broad street: plenty of room                                                               N.
                                                              itrait. s >*nk 4<7-R or U2Q.R,                             ."• • • .             before 11:00. o'clock. Phone
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          iteidr poiltlon. Addren Steady Pailtlon, ' RUGS AND CARPETS S
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         •ETS SHAMPOOED                to cloee roofing contracts.-' Attractive offer for either Indoor or outdoor parking. Bora
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          drawer M, Bid Bank.                                            and dry cleaned. Old carpet made Into to thoie who qualify. Men with lUtomo- Auto Storage. Meebanlo atreit and Globe
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                             iP; HOUSETORRENT.                               „                 ANDREW J. H l U .                                         ,. CHERRIES FOR CANNING                                                "'•                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              r u m . i l SAt-t
                 r t o m , l«th ind all lmp>o»«rainJ».                      Pipit bs ng and dicoretirjg) Interior
                                                                                           bsnfing'                                                                                                                                               : FORD TRUCK FOR SALE..                                rose. Rag rugi woven, ;CalI ui. Hen- bltea preferred. Apply .to G. M. Olion ft court. Red Bank. •                                                              . •'        ;     ^ of houie furnlihlngc, Bid Bank Auction                        ;
                iB.t-J, Bid Bink.                                                                                                     t t In any quintltjr deelred. Large and. no
                                                                    ' and «t«rlpr lntln». U Wortbley Itreet, wormi In them. Delivered If wanted. An- .'Oni ton Ford .truck, flat .bottom, in mouth Carpet .Gleinlng Co., Z216-J, Sfon- Co., Inc.. Garfleld and. Firit arenuei. At*
                                                                            d trl                   ltl               Wtbl                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       OWN YOUR HOME.                                HOUII, 3t Monmouth itreet. Bed Baaav , '
                                                                       R«>t Bulk.- P                                                                                                                                                      good condition'! aho' Ford engine in gqod mouth Beach. Wllllim Oroei, manager.                                                lintlc Highlands, N. J.              ••'... ••              Be (Int to live In a new home. Homes Friday. July 17th, 1(16, at 1100 o'clock
                 ,<) QEORQE H. ROBERTS,.                                   BiDS,                                                               na ' V. .UcCloikay,' phone vMlddletown
                n i n ' , N*w' Honmouth, N. I ; Tele-                                                                                                        W              '                        '
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               M n . Lloyd • Francli, White
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       •       • '   '                                    TELMEB CTWAlNRiCHt, •                                        SALESMEN WANTED                         for iile, all Improvement! i best location iharp. Thi entire contenU ot two hone*!
                                                                            In all elMi and oualltlci a t low prlcei,
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          road. Shriwabury, K ' J , - " ' - ' . ' •                      Juitlci of Uit peace. Criminal and colleo. to cloie rooBng contncti, Attractive offer in Bed Bank. A email payment down will be sold to the blgheit bidder wftboitl , I
                                                                        lamiiel Swarti, 14-Wait Front atreal, o«                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        to those wbo qualify. Men with automo- closes the deal                                William . I. Buchanan, reierve,                  Coniletlnir of v player planoi,
          .jfrt.j ^ M E N W A N T E I > *                              Broad itte.t, Btil                       flanlc.      . , ,-.•-",;•;.
                                                                                                                             -                       Imported German police dog, Pidlgreerlj FINE RESIDENCE LOTS ARE SCARCE. tlon caaei receive,prompt attention with biles preferred. Apply to G. M. Olaon & sign of quality, builder and owner, phone parlor and dining room furniture, bedroom,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         reiulta. Day and nlebt lervlce.'. Phone 4.
         IT*'or'lli'mm'wanted to nk In hajt                                                                                                    Criminal Polliel, Blideckendurg Uckermtrk . Fine reildence lot,' * on etreet between Office. 184 Catherine atreet. Bad Bank.                                                                                             Co,, Inc., Garfleld and First avenues, At- 1789.R. Red Dank. •• • . .                                                  furniture, bedding and pillowe, Itnin and -
          ' ~ &?, Everett, N . J ; _                                         „                     *6
                                                                                                   *O6FLEAlti                                   atraln. JTiliphana Highland! 1268, P. O,Broid etreet'and Maple avenue, 18.500;                                                                                                                                           Untie Highland!. N. J.                                                                                                 table ware, crockery and kitchen utniUe,
                                                                             It IP, now li the Una to lure It re.                                                                                                                          bargain for dne'home ilte'er inveetment                                  •' MOTOR BOATS FOtVSALEv                                                                                                       . REAL ESTATE.
                      SE AND COW FOR SALE.                             paired, Jiut>phn» Ked.,BMlTl4l>»-and box-Silt'                                                                                                                     Hylln It Salt, Red Bank.                                     .       Open bdati and cruleara,'from 15 to 4 t REBUILDING PIANOS AND PLAYERS.                                                Party going' away will sacrifice bunga* radio n t , several pleeea ot antique fornl.'
                       Mlddletown 278-F-8S. . Wllllim aak <cr the wot doctor. ~                                                         ' [               'COLLIE; PUPPIES FOR SALE.                                                   .                                                                  feat! many are great bargain! for quick                            Wa do the moit perfect and highest class low, consisting of kitchen, breiktut al- ture, cirpeti ind ruts, oil paintings, et«. ;
                           P h a l a n x N . J . •••••- '.'"•                                                                                         Beiutlfut pure bred cpllln, black with                                                       • . . NOW l i f T H E T1M~E                                                                                           Job of re-bulldlng known to the ?lano In-                                                                              Space will not permit tie different artlelei,,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           fo have- your old ihoei repaired ae good buyera. Cm be teen at • Dlckman'i boat dustry. A. B. Dirhan, Drummond place, cove, dining- and living' room, two bed- to be listed, but you will (Ind preetlialljr1
                                    BLACK GIANTS.                           Largeit itook in town.at lowMt print, •ernlte oollare. Gome and l i e them. O, L. ai new IO you, can reat your tired aching worki; toot of Wharf avenue, Bed Bank.
                                                                                                                                                Grant, Everett, N. J. Phoni Ulddlatown
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                looms and bith: lot 60x160. Price I3,6O»,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Red Bank. Showroom and shop rtir of reel. must have 81,600 down, Edward Hayes, anything you want In the furniture line
     Tur« ibred growing etoek Cor salt, t i l iamuel Swirti, 1* Weit Front itraat, o l                                                                                                                                                     feet. Moody'a Shoe Repair Shop, 21 He-                                 '       RUGS—ORIENTAL RUGS. ,
       H . ; y i u v e l t , Holmdcl, K. J.                             Broid itreet. Red a i B f a ; . - • f - • •. •                          TSJ-F-Sl,                                                                                                                                                                                                                dence. Telephone S33.                              >
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ^ telephone Red Bank 495.                                            in this sale. All articles in this sala will
                                                                          • «•" " i M h            <v«u Bank.                                                                                                                              ehanlc street. Bed Bank. .                                           Bought, sold, exchanged, stored. Cleai.
                                                                                                                                                                              HOUSE FOR SALE.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   pes]        .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  'tultlvely be sold to tbe hlgheit blddfr.    T .,
         . . . . f BROILERS 'FOR S A L .                                   .SECOND-HAND CLOTHES B0UOH'                                                                                                                                              - BUNGALOW' FOR RENT.                        ;.'• '   Ing and repairing a ipeclalty.. Hand waih- ""                            :      ^FOR'SALE.                  • •                                FOR SALE.                              We are In builneii In Red Bank to itaV,
      Inoulriar, Mri.,Georgt Martin'! Wilson                                Mtu'i only) mutt b i In foocfeoadltion.                    Itlonl         Houee of aU roonu, tilt bath, all lrn-                                                                                                               lng i t loweit.ratei.' Prompt lervlce., 62 ~ Thor waihlng machine, ftrit class con.                                       Mill! Villa, eleven room home and two. and our ailes will hi conducted In loeh a
                                                                                                                                                      ovementii ««,»00. P. jr. Kennedy, 114                                                     four'room bungalow.' • Kitchen, dining Monmouth street. Red'B<nk. nhone 234-W. dltion,.one baby carriage ind some nouie-
     ranue/Port Monmouth. Mi J.                                        Call i t L Herbert," 16B Monmoutb atriat, pro                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            story, bungalow; large, plot of ground, on manner that we will retain the confident**
                                                                       Bed. B»nk,'phone M M , ' - '                                   ;         Monmouth i -eet, pbom 447*B or 1620-S, and living roomi, two bedroomi, with                                                                                                                                              bold furniture. Apply G. W. Longitreet, State road, near Atlantic Highland!; of the public. We wint you to fell this I* | >
                                     I BUY            • ,                                                                                       Rid Btnk.                                                               . . •• • water and electricity. See Edward Hayei,                                               CARPENTER AND BUILDER? .
        n'rand boyi' old i h o u , P. Y*llen, JO                            •j •                     WQK.RB.HT.                                                                                                                            rial eitate. Bed Bank 485.                                                                                                                                                                         16,600; cash required -11,600. bal,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Genera], repairing. • estimatei siren on corner River and Second avenue, Bumion. Price !O,ouv, cam rcquirca-*i,ouv, o«|. your ulearoom ind a clearing bonn f e w ^
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      tit'Front itrect, fad Bank.                                           Tbna room Aat Inquire at 10 Me. COLORED GIRL WISHES POSITION. .                                                                                                              APARTMENT FOR RENT.                              all .kinds; ot.'building!, blue prints fur- X.' J., opposite, library.                                                      :e easy terms.. Inqulrei-Cileb LuVer, any odd plecei of furnltort yon may tie* I
                                                                       chanlo. itrect, Bed Bank. All Improve                                          A reipectable colored girl w l i h e i a po-                                                                                                                                                                       , TWO APARTMENTS FOR RENT.                                                                                             lire to diipoii of, or the content* ot your,
     4.V- j , ! rffiA VY' HAULINO                                                                                                                allion aa general toueerrorker or at plain                                                     During July and • Auguit; pleaiant. airy tihed! prices reaaonable, all work guaran. . AU Improvement!; newly decorated; tile                                                          il eitate, Beltord.'N. J. ^*
       'alliklndu rates.realonable. Andtrton rnehtu naionable rent.'         n t n naionable rent.                         •           ,         cooking. Call or write 126 Elver atreit. three-room apartment In new home; all
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          tied. A. O. Qoir. phoneBed Bank 138-M.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         bath, beat furnlihed In the winter time;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     FARM FOR SALE.                             home. We buy outright, or sell o s eom><
       fathwi. Phoni Red Bulk -71)4,                                              PRIVATE OARAGE FOR RENT.                                                                                                                                 improvement!, running water. ' Inquire 70                                    "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS.'                                                                                        Seventy-five acre firm or will sell a part. mission. Remember thi date, July ITth,' i
                                                                                                                                                Bed Bank.
                                FOR SALE.                i                   Private garage f o r ' » n t In rear-sf 12V                                                                                                                   Madlion avenue. Bed Bank. .                                           Nothing could be more, appropriate and rental 860 a month.. P. F.. Kennedy, 114 Twelve room house, electric, toilet and at 1:00 o'clock iharp. It you are In need
                              i good o6nditlon. 28 Bouth Broad 'itreet, Bid Bank. Telipbom 11C7,
                                                                                                                                                          •                POSITION WANTED..                                                                                                               nothing io; welcome ai floweraj a boquet or Monaouth street, Red Bulk, Phone.Red bath; hot and cold water; usual outbuild" of furnishings ot any kind It will pay yea
                                                                       I n o j i l r e o f J . I . M o n i k y . r •••••                              Man,n handy .with -toole, icbar, reliable,                                                     FOR. SALE IN FAIR ,HAVEN.                             bot:of cutflowera.from.W. Vjr.' Kennedy A Bank' 447-Bi or 1B20-R.                                                     Injfa; leu than three miles' to Red Bank. to wait. If not, eoma In and sse pa en
                              ink.' Phoni-1489.                                                                                                  winti poiitlon • a i ' ctrpenter'i helper or * A'new aeven room,'houic. all' Improve* Som wlUeurelyicarry happlnenwith them;                                                                                                              LOT FOR SALE.                         Price 816,000. Caleb Luker, Belford, N. J. that day—you will b* welcome. Privates
        ;TWP FOUR~RO6M APARTMENTS                                                FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.                                       hindy man. Inquire at 126 Pearl itreet, menti: heat and electric on a lot 62x186:                                                                                                                                            Building lot, 50x160 feet, on Monroe Phone 76-F-3I; Kcinsbnrg.                                                     ealei tvery AMY, TennU „ nati, atiamiv'
                                                                             Two connecting roomi for light houii Red Bank.                                                                7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           price $»,600. W. F. Schwelgler, 2 Parker                                                  FOR RENT                                                                                                                                                    trunki; hat bcxei, tires, oak writing deikij'
       .lit. '106 Willace atreet, corner ol Wai*                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           en the Fair Haven bui line, houee ot i l lavenue; water and electricity,' Fait build-                                                       WALLET LOST.
       Hand Spring atreete. Red Bank.                                   keeping. Apply 88 Waihlngtdn ' atreit.                                                                                                                              avenui. Fair Haven. H. J.                                                                                                     ing section, juit off itate highway. Cheep                                                                   York electric fam,•eiiver,madeira tabla-eloth^'
                                                                       Red Bank. Phoni,806-M                                                             CHEVROLET. SEDAN FOR SALE. •                                                                                                                      rooma and bath; gai, electric, open Ore*                                                                                   Black willet containing New
                                FOR SALE.'                                                                                                       •- Model 490; private owner.wlihei t o n i l ;                                                       '' •     GOLD RING LOST                              places; rent'-180 to- 140, according to fof caih or on termi. Addren Building chaufleur'a license and owner's license, booka, c u e i , parlor mil, bidi, lorlcgi and
                     •a ' planti. Savoy and Dinlih                                              . FOB SALE.                           ,•         bargain to quick'buyer.. Cak'be leen and Sunday morning between Shrewsbury ave- family. Apply E. Hayes, phone Red Bank Lot, drawer M. Bed Bank,                                                                                                                                 also due card ot Friendly Sons ot Ameri- mattreiB. -Bed Bank .Auction. Home, IB
                     J. Phom Bid Bank 47-M.                                 Niw milch cow.and calf, BOW with nine tried out at Domial'i Garage^ Weit itreet. nue, and Honmoutb atreet; initials on ring 485. • - . - • '                                                                                                                     ,      .                                LANDSCAPE GARDENER.                         ca. Finder will reeclve reward by.return- Monmouth itreet, Bedi Bank, Gcorio.'Ka
                         1,500 OALLON TANK                             pita and heavy work' Hit: Jimei Van Bed Bank.                                                                               •                                        were J. L. $S reward,If returned to 70-A
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           NEW HOUSE FOR SALE.                                ZAndlcape gardening, bedding planti and ing to- Herbert H. Bayard, care Cbarlei Baberti. auctioneer.
              [,' fine, ! «Ith. cover: iood condition! Keuren, Eatontown, N.' J.                                                                         • ' DIAMOND RING LOST                                                  - , . Monmouth itreet, Bed Bank.                                                 Six ropmiand bath; all Improvement! v vegetable plants-laid out and planted.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Fort. Box-171. Belford. N. J.                                                 BARBER SHOP.
                 j Box 15. Lltll« 8llv«r. N. J.                  ,                         HIGHEST PRICES PAID                                   Tueiday night between Red' Bihk and                                                           . FOR SALE, 89 SOUTH STREET.                                cttenilon of butler"i' pantry: beiutlfully Planti grown under gla«i. Advice gladly
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          given. Alfred Ssnder, Seven-Bridge road,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         ATTRACTIVE SEASHORE. HOMES.                                 Good; cheap. Beisona selling. Yanlfee.
                                                                       for ill klndi.of live poultry. Jacob Bisk, Seabrlght. Liberal reward will be given                                                                                        Six roomi, bath, all Improvement!, two- decorated; two mlnutei from the boi, H.                                                                                                      Homes and estate' In Monmouth Beach,
                           LAWN MOWING                                 er, 27S ehr*»ebury avenue. Bed Bank, or If returned to A. Lewie, 80 Bergen place, ear' garage:, immediate occupancy. - Any A. Hondrlckion, Newman Sprincaroad,Bed »ox 6«. Little Silver, K. J.        :
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Long Branch, Welt End, Blberon, Deal. Al- F a i r H a v e n , N . J . ••••'•                                       I
            ' general private eitate; work. Albert phone 10S8-W. Red Bank.                                                                                                                                                                  broker, or H. B. Gould, owner, Orchard Bank.                                                                                                                                         lenhunt, Loch Arbor, Interlaken. Aibury
           ••-'•--*,- phone Rumion " " ""                                                                                                        Red BankV                                                                                                                                                                    •       : I •                                              HOUSE FOR RENT,
                                          1            r                                 .. POSITION WANTED                                                ,          NURSE GIRL WANTED.                                         .          itreet, Huntlngton, New York.                                                •: '        FOR RENT.                             tornlihed or unfurnished: icvin roomi, Park. Inspection on appointment Ray WtSTlNGHOUSE, BATTERIES
    **;•';• • /                     LIVE ,
                                                                       ai caihler, bookkeeper," Iniide laleimin or                                    For two boyi, aged three and tix yiaii. --                                                     i        OWN YOUR HOME. <             "                                                                              •very modern convenience; delightful H. • Stillmaiv State highway, Eatontown, in rubber,cue for auto or radio, I18.9S
   Mill,. eal»«i, horn and poultry "antid. clerk by experienced man. Addran Foil-                                                                                                                                                                                                                          .•• H o u m and'builnesi placet on the Red                                         !70 monthly furnlihed, 166 K. J. Phone Eatontown 2178.
     . iRgdt Bhona 867-R,' Hud- Bank.                                                                                                            21 E u t Waihlngton avenue,/Atlantic                                                            Falrfleld Gardene, is building up with Bank and Rumion ;bm' line; bouses of neighborhood; Edward W. Llntner, & Weit      unfurnlihed.                                                                                                            J. W. Sutphen. 117 West Front street. Sad'
                                                                       tlon, drawer M. Bed Bank.                                      ,j         Highland!, N. }., phono 295/ Atlantic bqmei of people of moderate meani. Small nve, six -and aeven room's; all Improve- Main street. Freehold. N. J.                                                                                                                                             TRACTOR. FOR.SALE.
           FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT.                                                                                                                                                                                                         aum down and monthly' payments buyi a ment!. D. W. Martin, phone 1118, Bed                                                                                                                 Six horse power, cost «4S0, will sell for B a n k .                          '.           '•                 ',
        llnsli.                                                                       HAVE SEVERAL
                           Inqnlta »t 103 Monmoutli the.1atatt road for lalei LOTS a nice live* .Hlghlandi.':        alio
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            lot Hylln ft Silt. Bed Bank.,                                   BirtK*                                                               STATE HIGHWAY ROADSTAND,                         8180 to quick buyer; has all' equipment;
    trtat,;iicd Bank, after «;0t> P. M.                                room bungalow.' Caleb U Liiker, Balford.
                                                                                                                                                                                   ; FOR SALE,                                      -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    BOARDING.- ' , .                                                                                      fully equipped; Urge concrete itand, prop- outnt in excellent condition. Reason
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     utnt n                       ndition. Reaso for      f            CARPENTERS WANTED. ,
                                                                                                                                                       Blick .leather couch and. roll top diik;                                                                                                                                  TITLE EXAMINING.                         erty, stock, etc.; lacrlflce 14,000. Terms. selling trac t T lli         actotTbo h
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                tractotTbo heavy f          for my liht light
    TiiTVFEWRlTER HEADQUARTERS. , Phone 76-F-81 Keimbnrg.                                                                                        alio three .oil atovea In good condition.                                                       Single, and double rooma with board! all                        Cirtlded a b l t r a c U o t title cirefully pre- Between Keyport and' Red Bank. . Quick. soil. Alb ert PepTn. Tbmi River, route 1,                                                  Tea non-union carfenten wanted a t
      •Trwwritirl' rented, bouiht and icld.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            il Albert
    irublp'i, 58 Broad' itraat. Bed Dink.                                                       JAMES SODEN,                                     Mr». Lloyd J'rancli, White road, Shrewa. improvamenti 1 hot and cold running water. pared on ihort notice. Vernon W. Roie, Charlei Dreiser, 113 Weit Front street, or telephone Bed Bank 110T-M.                                                                                                                                                 once, long job. G. A. Hawkini, tiit H*M"
                                                                       contractor and builders all klndi of Job. bury, N. J.                                                                                           •| *           •     rewonabli ratei.             Hudion Home, 1(1 title' examiner, room a0, Broid itreet, na-                                                                                                                                                             •ven, N..J.               ' '                     '
           TXPEWRITER HEADQUARTERS.                                  , blng dona. Dialer In building: material                                                                                                                              Hudion avenne. Phone 11B-W. .                                                                                                 telephone 681-M, Bed Bank. .                                         FAMILY LAUNDRY WORK.
                                                                                                                                                            • THE'WENONAH • MISSIONARY/                                                                                                                     tlonal bank building, phone 1978, -Bed
           fptftrltiti          rented, boueht u d lold, Jamn 8od«n. Llnoroft, N. J.                                                                                                                                                                  SAVE YOUR OLD CARPETS,                                Bank. ' ' • . . . : •;'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           •                                                        SPLENDID HOME FOR SALE                              Family waih. wet, not exceeding 26                                     WHEN MOVING                     %
                  'i, 68 Broaj itrtit. Red Bank.                                                                                                  eoclety of Little Silver, la giving s food                                                                                                                                                                              In freehold, I6.008, 1760. cash down, ba|. jwund«."7o*fcent»; rough dry walk, 6 c u t s
                                                                                                MONEY TO LOAN                                     late on the M. E. chureh lawn a t Little                                                       Beautiful ravinlble rugi made from old                                    i        MOTOR BOAT.                   ~                                                                                                                                    OaQ Anderson Brathers., Teltphma 1*4
            . • FORD SEDAN FOR SALE,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      anea eaiy terms ;,sU nice rooms, cath, hot per pound. Boogh dry waib and flat work
                                                                        on Ant mortgige In amounti of 11,000 Sliver Friday; July 10th, from 4:00 to earpetB. and chenille portierea. Wrlta for
   -Wwo.door Ford iedan, 1026 model. :                                 and over. The Land and-Loan Co., 10 6i00 P. M,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Twenty-one foot open                              b. p.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            clriuiari.) American 'BVB Hanofaotory, SP.6 motor, In running order, launch- fivecheap; and-cold'water, new heater; largo corner Ironed, T cent! per pound. Hand ironing Bank. 704 and get our ratea, Asywheret
                                                                                                                                           :                                                                                                Vermont itreet. Brooklyn. N. V.                                                                                               lot 60x160. Edward W. Llntner. i Wut If diilred. ' Jersey Coaat Laundry, W u t Any time.
    Hm-jlaei, Bed Bank, Phone 1668-M.                                   Bait Front itreet. Red Bank, ' -                                                                                                                                                                                                    owner living - out of town. Apply Eb. Main street; freehold. N. J. ' • .                                '              Front etreet. Red Bank, phone 204.                     '
                                                                                                                                                                           CHICKENS-WANTED.                                   '
     { \ ! SEA"SKIFF "FOR'SALE.                                        "~                        WANTTOBUY                                              Will pay highest market prlcei for fowji - . ONE1DA TRUCK FOR SALE.                                                                                 Scotfa boathouie, Hubbard'i bridji, Bed                                            . LOST.'                                     -     CARPENTER JOBBING                                         STORE FOR RENT.                         .
   s.Twmty.flve fact long; in good condition, ehtckena and duckn will pay belt Drice. and broilers. Call o* write Alex. ZwickL . Three and a half torn., with all now Bank*: : ' .                                                                                                                                                         '     .     .
  Wdreii.Siiiklr*. drawer M, Red Bank.                                  Phone 888-M, Bed Bank, or call 72 Brllga St North Broadway, Long Branch, N. J*over-ilxe tires, cneloied 'cab, flat body.                                                                                                                                                                               Billfold with'driver's license, car own- by competent man in any branch of work.                                        Large store, two windows; steam kaaa)
                                                                       avenue. Bed Bank. B.Adler.                                ' •: •                                                                                                      Otto E. Farrington> Matawan, N, J., B. T.                               '•         •     FOR RENT.            •               er*i lieenie and bill of sale ot Oldimo- No Job too large or small to receive prompt
       . /7J7O.'.ESCHELBACH 4 SON,                                                                                                                phone 1600.                                        -
                                                                                                                                                                                                     ' •             •                                                                                           Two nice comfortable ^oomi convenient bUe Eight around Cornwtll'i Garage                                         attention. Saih cord and glaring. E«tl- furnlihid. Apply A. Cltarella, I I K u u
    I I West Front itt.at. Red Bank,                                                  BABY CARRIAGE FOR SALE.                                                                                                                               P. No. 1, reildence Cheeieqaake.                                to bath, with hot' and" cold.wateri allcon* Finder pleaie return to Cornwall's Oarage, matei fumiibed.                                               Screens a epeclalty. mouth itreit. Bail Baak.
                                                                                                                                                                                          FOR RENT.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  '
    >78. ' Auto acoeaioriet and »uleanlifn«.                                 Bloch baby carriage,; reaionable. Can                                     Have • few alx and leven room houiei                                                      i MORTGAGE MONEY WANTED.                                   venlencei: to'gentlemen oivcoupleB i board East Frotit itreet. Red Bank.                                              prices' right. C. H. Bennett, 127 Mon
    irLOORS CLEANED.AND FINISHED.                                       be leen.at !B Brown place, .Bed Bank, or to offer for rent in, good location!. D, W.                                                                                     (17*600 wanted a t once on., flrst bond If desired. At 68 ; Ea»t Fftot street, Bed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     COUNTRY- HOME, _ 112,000.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  mouth street. Bed Bank, ph6n« 124-R.                                    Carpenter Work Wanted.
   ••Oil and new floora, M. Sprlngateen. 47 telephone Bed Bank 1007-H.                                                                            Martin, 240 EMt Front itreet, Red Bank. and mortgage at alx' per cent:' high claii Bank:                                                                                                     . " . . . '
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               F|ve minutes' walk to' depot: ten room                                  CARS FOR SALE.                                  All klndi of jobbing: attended to by ail
    brlna: etniet. Red Bank. P e 1881-M.
               a:           .                                                                                                                                                                                                                residential, property. Bay H. BtlllmaB'
                                                Ptone                                          HOUSE FOR RENT.                                    Phone 11!8.                                            ...
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             State highway, Eatontown,' K. 1.                                            FOR SALE AT RED BANK.                             house with about three acrea of ground!;                     Chevrolet, 1924. model, with mburban experienced eirpenter. Wrlta1 or pieni,
   i                TRY                   HOMEMADE                      '• Four roomi, all improvement!; —                          in'per                "             FURNITURE FOR SALE.                                                                                                                      Three loU; 86x128% feet deep. All an ideal country' home. priced low for abody, all in A-l condition, for sale, 1600.
   ilniarpla'and oranta fruit Icea made freih month; nvi minuter ifrom station.                                                                      -jtpna, bedroom iilite, a parlor l i t ' and- ltv                                                          • FOR SALE. * -                             Jldewalki. aeweri, water and electric. For quick Hie. W. A. Hopping, 49 Broad Hudeon^ 1916 model, touring, body, engine Marvin', 88 Harding road. Bad Banloi
    allr.' 4i-A Monmottth atwet. Bed Bank. Weit Front itreit. Red Bank.                                                                           biatr furniture"} alio Qole-8, automobile. river and iBrojd itreet, Improvement*; near «>• Plot,. 106x128H, $1,900, part oaihi atreet, or phono Bed Bink 38T.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Sit room home, al)                                                                                                                                                               rebored, new'rear axle, for -sale, 1260. Phone »60-J.                                                             I,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Red Bank; t(,100, Caleb L. Luker, Belford, 76-P-ll. Kcins. ~ —                                             STORES FOR RENT                          Write Gordon Douglass, Highlands, N. J *
         , ., "LEM SUtPHENT                                                                                                                       Inquire at' Butler'i Grocery Store, Fair 88,000 cash, j balance'mortgage... Caleb 'Jj*
   lijarihanilinr and deooratlnsr,- 191 Me.
                                                                                                      FOR RENT: •
                                                                             Six rooraa with iraprovimenti, near
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                                                                                                                                                  Haven, N. J.                                                 ..'•>..•              . - Luker, phone 75-F-B1, Keanabnrg.                                   bunr. •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          in Doremui building, on' Mechanic itreet,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  or telephone 190-M,' Atlantic Highlands.                              , PONY FOR SALE.
    Kinla itreit, Rad Bank. Phone 1141-W. Broad itreet. B. Swartt, 14 Weit Front YOUNG SURVEYOR DESIRES ROOM,                                                                                                                                                                                                                         FOR SALE.'                          right near Broid itreet: excellent location,                             LOOKING FOR LOTST                                   Ptebild laddli or pony hone tot iaje)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                \                                                                       If you ara looking for lots to build new thoroughly trained. . Cani l a icen1 by aaA
  .-„-,*. ,, WIRE WHEEL SERVICE. ,                                       itreet, Bed'Bank, phone 1887.                                              ind boird with private'. Ohrlitlan. family dealer *ln FRED MADDALENA,                                                                                         An eight-year^jld laddie .mares a nice all improvement!; llsea to auit Apply to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               second hand furniture,* bought Individual,'very clever, and can be bought your own broker or the- Land A Loan Co., homes on I'have maps In my office of all
 liWIta wheel* rebuilt- John H:nnn, -                                         Steam Hiatid Furnlihad: Apartmint                                   in Jeilrable location- Please atatei partlc. and sold.1. Alio pool tables and l i n e ilia                                                                                                                                                                                       newly developed tracts; eipeelilly Shrewi- plying, to Adima 4'Moxliy, 14 M«rl«i
 W u t Front street.: Red Bank. Phone 12.R. for rent! nicely furnlihed; pleaiant' lur- ulari. Address Young Suxveyov, drawer ihow case tor sale. 180 Shrewsbury ave> & ! ? £ ! £ & * £                                                                                                                                                      p r i F d                      10 EMt Front street. Bed Bank.'
                                                                                                                    led; pli
                                                                         roundlngi. Convenient to all buiieil ga- M. Red Bank. •                                                                                            ••
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Little: BllverV"N, ^."phone" 6-R,* .Red Commuter^ Home In, Hliteric Shrawibury. bury Height!, oppoilte Shrewibury golt •treet, Red Bink,. • .
                     APARTMENT FOR RENT.                                                                                        1                                                                                                            nne, Red Bank. Phone 440-J.                                     Bank.                                                                                                                 link!. See P.' F. Kennedy, 114 Monmouth
  ..Sectmd floor, 11 Broid itreet Atplr It. rage. Phone Eatcmtown 2489.R.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Modem eight room hour« with two bithi itreet, phone Ut-R or 1680-R, Red Bank.
 Hence e Bom, 12 Broad atr««t, Bed Bank.                                              "        "LOTS FOR SALE:
                                                                                                                                                                                          CASH PAID ,
                                                                                                                                                  for fain teeth, dental gold, platinum, die. in the Cornell-Peacock TO ENTER PUPILS         PARENTS WISHING
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ichool kindly do so
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  „„,          , CEMENT BLOCKS.                            and one-half.acre of ground; In exclusive
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     HOUSES FOR SALE.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  SIGN PAINTERS;
  : 6 t                 AND BULKHEAD- BUILDER,                               2 bare several Iota neir high ichool, Red carded iewelry, - diamond and magneto at once aa the number will'be limited                                                                                                                Sidewalks, and mason work) 8 i l 8 cement neighborhood, for (16,000. One mile to                                                                                                                     s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Krammer a Power!, home, sign ana,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               el«hteen Bed Dank. Easy terms. Ray H. Stfllman,                           Banging from 18,090, »S,600i $4,000,
    v Portable d k                      nd (loale'
                           docks and H t ' a p l l         apeelnlty. Bank. Prloea.rlght. Caleb L. Luker, Bel- polnta. Hoke Smelting & Beflnlng Co., Ot- next. year. Phone 697-M. or wrlta 74 btocki,delivered In town. yard. DePontl, State highway, Eatontown, N. J.                                       centa_
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ilxteen centi in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Peter                                                                        $4,600, 15,000, $5,500, 88,600. $7,600, automobile" pilntera; eetlaatei eheerdllf'
   L B . White. 28 Oaklandjjtnat,' Red Bank, ford. Phone Kaanibnrg.76-F-81.                                                                        leso/ Michigan. -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Shrewsbury avenue, Bed Bank.                                                        ' iry avenue, Bed Bank, pbona                                                                     $8,600, $9,600 and up to 120,000. Also given.' : Phone 1828-K, evening* lttfOU
   "J-'-APARTMENT' FOR R E N T . - - •                                                       GARAGES FOR RENT.                                                    E1OHT-ACRE F.                                       14,000, _ _ —                         H6USE~CAlR'6ir_.._...                                                                                                           HEMSTITCHING.                           several river properties ranging from
                                                                               Fireproof, garagea.. concrete floore. »6                                  Handy to shore and Bed ' ik; six room                                                                                                                                                                                   Mexican, wide, plcotlng, gold and sliverr                                                                          174 W u t Front atreet, Bed Bank,
    .'.Apartment-, for rent, $22 per month,
                                                                                                                                                   houia and barn: all kinds «f trait, grapes                                                      One-ton Ford'truck and bouse body for > •                               TRUCK FARM FOR SALE.                                                                                                   up.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      " rhlnestones attached to miterlals; buttoni. 120.000street, See P. F. Kennedy. 11* Mon-
  Addren Amrtment. drawer M, Bed Bank. per "month.
                                                                         street, R<d Bank. Phone 881.W.
                                                                                                       Apply. 117 Weit -Front
                                                                                                                                                   and berries. "•'Terms. Ray H. btlllman.                                                    tale;.aU like new; will iel! track and body                          Twelve acrci, six room home, (rapes, pinking, plaiting, machine embroidery. Bank.                                mouth                 phone 447-B or 1620-R, Bid                          HOUSE FORSALE.
    "YOUNO LADV WISHES POSITION                                                                                                                   Eatontown. N. J.                                                                            icparately; -price $600. B. A. Cooper. Bed aiparagui, fruit and. berriei: on good road Beadi and novelties fbr isle at the Handy                                                                                                                      ' On Harrlion ivenue: now under «w»
 lnrofflc» or n aaltalady In itora. Addrai                                                      WINDOW CLASS.                                                                                                                                 Bank. Phone 482-B. Bed-Bank.                                    and mar Jovm. Price 810,000. Caleb Lu. Shop, U Broad_»treet, Red_Bank, '
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     bill direct to Aibury Park. Leavei Strand itruetion,iriU be nniihed iboul tbe mHtyt
 14T'Bridge avarnw, phone Bad Bank C>6-J,                                     AU ilmii carried ID Btock, dialing don*                                                       FQRD CAR WANTED.                                                                                                                  Wr,, ~ "     BeKord, N. J. • phona Keamburg ^ ~ "
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       QLDSMpBlLE CAR FOR SALE.                                                                                                        APARTMENT~WANTED.
        " T - r r MASONCONTRACTOR.
                                                                         at raaionabla prlcei. Phone 7BW. MUlert, ' -A. Ford, touring or-runabout, in good
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Having* bought a. new car l.ava no 76-F-811
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     theater. Red • Bank, every week day at A u j o i t j i d rooma, bata and all h e > r / l
                                                                         88 Wait Front itreet. Red Bank; y *                                       condition; 1929 or 1024 model. John                                                                                                                                                                                           Two adults want from three 'to nve 9:00 A.M.. ArrWea at Second and Ocean, provcmenU! mnporch. Apply on pmnUnv'
      , Jhtlnatei eheefullr? given.                           Eug*n>
                                                                                            AUTO BODY~BUILDl_.                                    Frlei, Hance avenue, near Newman Springs further me car..my Oldimoblle eight cylin-        der touring
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 for                                                              HOUSE FOR RENT                    ~       rooms furnished by the year. Kenned avenues, Aibury Park, at 9:46 A. M.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Will lell reasonable. Mc-at 89 Hudion avenue. Bed Bank; all Im- neighborhood; moderate rental. Write full
 Sirer, 68 Rector place, Bed Bank, phone                                                                                                           roid, Red Bank. '                                                            -
                                                                         and npatrlng, meUl work and taklnr out
                                                                                                                                                                       FURNITURE-FOR SALE.                                               :
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Allister, phone Bed Bank 1928.                      ' ,                                                                                                                                Leaves Aibury Park at 4:00 P. M. on re*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              provemente: up-to-date: alt newly decor, particular! to Mn. W. B. Woodruff, 1102 turn trip. Round trio $1.00,1 ilngle fare                                                                   HAMILTON S. BATTIN, \\
  •&w.:. ...-, . i .WANTED.                         "•; • " •                                                                                                    ltelada;—.uuMamr-chain,-Ublei,                                                      ^_       HALL FOR DANCES.                       '        ated.. P . F.\ Kennedy, 114 Mcnmouth F i n t avenue.'Aibury Park. H. J.                                                75 centi.       •' • •                  I    .- • •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Insuranc* brokir, repreienti tb*                 "
      'Ford one and • halt ton track In good                                                                                                       ruga. and two nmide' benehee. No rea* —WrOTWTIiBJI-over-Clayton-eV-Magea'a.- 1620.R.                                                                          teat.         Bed Bank,         Bwns L 4 1 7 A or
                                                                                             CADILLAC FOR SALE.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               -FORJAJLE.                           JPJNElCHANCE FOR' YOUNG COUPLE. and not' the company*
  eendltlonl reaiomble. \ Box 118, Bumion,
                                      ble. \                                                                                                       lonable offer, refused.                                                                    19 Broad atreet. Red Bank, to
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Brayland f a n s , daneei. Fine dance floor. Set • rent B.                             for                                                                    ' One of the nneit homes on Bread afreet,                                                                              Bank 1278 and.J.o.ha,H|
                                                                              CadUlio phaeton 81, in A-l condition:
                                                                            lice reaeonabla.                      George Sliver, Jr., Eatontown; N. J.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Albert                                                                                                                                      Six.room house, all
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    FORD CAR AND. .HORSE FOR SALE.' '. Eatontown;'- aeven-: room house,: aU: im- pletely furnlihed; fine Improvement!,' com- iniuranca. Km York offlee, | 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      location, rent free,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Snyder, room 8. Blener buDdlng.                         •              A 1921 Ford roaditer, A-l condition, provementa; two-car girige; beautiful to.
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 ^ 1 VES. U  VES. Uj/lU, , BE bONE RIGHT BE                                Hirew»bury,»N. J.. phone 1122-M. .                                                                               FOR SALE.                                               EXPERT AUTOMOBILE WASHER ' five ^tlrei, three new, 195. Also young place; bargain; $9,600, terms. T, Elwood for young 14 y e u i .In exohinge'for meals Lane.                                      couple,
 U. r our e a r V waihed i t thi Boto Suaifir
 U. r our e a r V waihed i t thi Boto Suaifir                                                   ROOMTFOR RENT.                                           Five hundred one-year-old and two* now In ehaigs o t the waah ntaod a* the farm hone, J, H. Taylor, Willow Brook Snyder. phone 2186-B, Eatontown.                                                                                                                                   boy                 old and breakfut for
                      h t d C h l
 E n , wash.stand.. Challel A. lonei, erpert     Al                et
 E                                                                            A large furnished room; conveniently year-old Leghorna; Ford itraln. Call Ja'. Boro B U I K I , I n c , Globe Court and Me- Farm, Everett road, phona •Mlddletown                                                                                                                                          THE~BU$INESS HUB.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     owner.. Father and-.eon to occupy one
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     room. Hylln, * Salt, Hejliter b«tiding,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             PUPPIES FORSALE.
   ,J.                   GARAGE FOR RENT.                                 ocated; suitable for one or two. it liud- cob Helfrlch, Laurel avenui, box 157, Weit chanu itreav Oct'your car waihed whlli ]31f)F2                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Irtib letter- pupplei, three) a n i a
                                                                           on avenue. Call Bed Bank 182J.- ' . ' Keanibure. N. J.                                                                             ,                              in town. Service suaranteed.                                                                                                        For rent, atorei right .near Broad street S«d Bank.'                          • ''
  €1 "Wiehlniton itreet, Red Bank, one door                                                                                                        •          !                     JUST ARRIVED.                                                                                                                      FRESH PICKED VEGETABLES. " on Mechanic itreet; fine location; all Im*                                                                                                        months old, from prise itock) wonderfajl, 5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  UPHOLSTERING.                                                                                                                                                                       DOGS FOR SALE.
 ;,sorthw(it of Wallace atreet. Rent 1 5 a                                                                AUTQTT                   ;          :          Lirje shipment o f ' g a i rangei In all Uphollterlnj and renniihing of aU klndi for 25 comparlion;.inapcentl a quart, beete, irovementa; lerge, medium or imalU Your
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             centi, peal IS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   beana, two quarti
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Police doga, - Clows, Boitoni, Airedalea, companion* for children.. Byeaaura ,~
 ••month.                                   .            '                    Late Coll coupe, flAt claia condition: attea'.and oolors at low prices.. Samuel                                                                                                                                                                                                               own broker or at 10 East Front itreet, Bed
                             WHEN MOVING                                   lemonatratlon by appolntmint B. W. Co. Swarti. 14 West Front street, oft Broad                                                                                     ot furniture. Frank Howard, 111 Wast cirroti and crooked neck aquaih. Mn. Bank, owner, the Land at Loan Cfc                                                                            fox terriers and Oreat Danei. A few very neb. Shrewsbury, N. J., phone 104, 1*4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              r"ront etreet. Red Bank, phone, atop 899-J: Dodge's Market, Bumion road. Little Sil-                                                                                                   exceptional puppies given to reliable peo- Bank.                                               ..       ,        •
  (all Anoiraon Brother!. Telephone B i d 'err. » » Bergen place, Bid Bank.                                                                        strut. Red Bank.                                          .' *..                           reildence 880-W, Bed Bank.                                       ver, N. J.                                                               A HOME AWAY HOME.                            ple • on . breeding bails.                Police doga
  Sank 704 and gat our ratea. . Anjwhere.                                     .          BARGAINS IN CARRIAGEST"—                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Shady Knoll, Hance road. Fair Haven, trained by noted .German trainer at Aa.
  Mir time.                                                                   Large atock 'to iclect from. at thi right for men'e leoond-band clothei at'tbe Olty
                                                                                                                                                                               GOOD PRICES PAID                                                            THREE LOTS FOR SALE.                                 . ' • . TEN. ACRE FARM.                                     N. J. Gueati accommodated by day or •onabla feti. Btrongheart Kenneli, £as.                                                    ' STORE FOR RENT.
                                                                          itloe;. cMmnel Swarti,', 14 W.it Front TJry Cleaning Worki, t Mechanic street.                                                                                           One on Taomai avenue, near Bread ' On State highway between Bed Bank week. Special dinners to order. Home                                                                                                                                             At 7»\ Monmouth i t n e t . formerlr a w
                           MONEY TO LOAN.                                                                                                     - near Broad etreet. Phone 108-R. WUllao •treat, one on West Front itreet and one and Mlddletown. five room houaa;.suitable cooking. Tennis courts. Booklet on ap- ton avenue. New B.runiwick.N. J.
         Money to loin on bend,and ntortgaia.. treet, off Bread atreet, !Ud Bank. ,                                                                                                                                                           at Falrfield Oardem. Carl J. Diets, Jt8 tor chicken farm, Price -8.4,000,' W. A. plication. Phone Bed Bank 668-J.                                                                                                                                      cupied by CcnioUdatid Gaa Co. ImawU*
  'Aiply to A. L. Mm. Begiitar building;                                       „ YOUNG GIRL WISHES WORK.                                           Oitrov. proprietor.                                          , •"                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       FOR SALE.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              West Front street. Red Bank.                                     Hopping, 49 Broid itreet, or phone Bed                                                                                     One Jot on Blver avenue, one lot on                        ate poaaciilon given. Apply t*n»              Onu~
  Red Bank.                                                                               g g|rlwa
                                                                               Ybung g|rlwanti to Uke care ofehtl                    ofehtl-              LOT NEAR BROAtt STREET. 1900.                                                                                                                                                                                                   LOST'OR STRAYED
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  UPHOLSTERING.                                Bank 8J7. _                       ,                                                                                      'oreit avenue,' the only two Icti outiide tral Power k Light Co, «« Broad atraat,
  "            : BABY CARRIAGE F,OR SALE.                                     "} "' d bot ' l
                                                                            '»"}, " d? "i n ttl Majwork. C l IIiabella
                                                                          Wallice,              "                      k Call'                           Flm lot near Broad itreet, louth of rail'                                                  Uphollterlnj and reflnisblng ot all klndi                                                                               Thuraday avening, • a silvery grey long ot tha Patmly Park development for sail
        Ivory wicker biby carriage, In eicelllnt                                                                 lddletown, N. J.                  road, 1900. Property advancing fait In ol furniture. Frank Howard, 121 Wut                                                                                                 HIGHWAY ROADSTAND,                             haired terrier weiring ;a black harness. by Dalton Pansly. 'Large lo ti containing Bed Bank.                                                    '                       )
   condition. Inaulre'it 85 Wallaci itxeet,                                  , ,_•           .       CAKE BAKER                                     that quarter.                               Hylln ft Sail, Regliter Front street, Red Bank, phone, abop 8SII-J t fully etulpped, tanka,' alx room hcuie, Liberil reward and no question! aikcd. one-third of ah acre and suitable for
  Bed Bank.                                              i                » ! « • • year around-or aummer poiltloni building, Bed B e n t                                                                                                     mldince 8HQ.W, Bed Bank.                                         Delco light large plot; sacrlAce $8,600. F; W. Roblneon', Sycamore avenue, Shrews. those who want plenty ot ground. Apply                                                                 LANDSCAPE GARDENER.''
                                                                          work aloniOTlecond hand.>S. F. Malloy,                                                                                                                                                                                               Cont mill thli. Quick. Oharlei Drener, bury. N. J. Phone l t t - B , Bed Bank.                                                                                                            Pruning by exierlenoed meal nraybtaV
  t^-- BUtLS FOR SERVICE.                                                                                                                                                           LOT FOR SALE.                                                      HOUSE AND LOTS FOR SALE                                 118 Weit Front Itreet, telephone 681-H,                                                                                Dalton Parmly, Parmly Park, Bumson,
 /''Thoroughbred Guerniey and Holiteln 14 Lincoln Court. Keamburg, N. J.                                                                                  At E u t Side Park, Fair Haven, 60x109, at B.eltord, N. J.; bouia and lot, alio one Bed Bank.                                                                                                                                  CATTLE TO PASTURE                           N. J.                                                           laying out of •raonda, larg* i t lataU. A4<
  lolli for iirvlti, Blngbam Farm, Bum-                                                 ART.BOYCfToBCHEStRAT                                        good location, fine trees I priea right to lot on Church atreet For termi writ!                                                                                                                                         by month or leason, Inquire ot Stephen                             MODERN HOME ON RIVER.                                 vl«* gl«n aa to what, whin and km i t
   ion,' N. J.                                ~                                Latest hlti, generoui cneorei. We a l . quick buyer.                                                              Address Lot For Sale, owner, M. E. Walling, 624 Fountain itreit,                                                       PRIVATE GARAGES FOR RENT.                           Matthews, Overlook Farm. Half-Mlle road,
   ••• •• ' t7^ O. F . H I L L ,                                             aya plaaee, Mualc Committees, phone for drawer ,M; Bed Bank. "                                                                             . ''                  Havre de Grace. Maryland.                                             Five nice garagea .for rant' on Broad Red Bank, or Louis Soffel, at hla vege- and one-hilf on the of ground; fln*/a*ven. plant. T. H. Stiles, 111 Harding t-4.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         A bargain
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Shrewibury river; one
  plumbing, heating and tinning In all irmi. Art Boyee. 818-M. Rumion.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         atreet,-opposite WomanVelnb' $6.00 per table market. Monmouth road, Eatontown, room bouae, two tile bathi and one aerv* Bed Bank, phon* U t l .
                                                                                                                                           '                                 SALESMEN WANTED                                                                FOR SALE, RED BANK,                                month. For further partleularl inquire V. J. Telephone 2486-M. Eatontown.
  (ranohei.r I t Weitilde avenue. Bed Bank,                                                             BiUTCHER:
                                                                                                        BiUTCHER:                     ~       " to olosa roofing contracts. Attractive offer fifteen lota 60x185 feet, restricted, high at McNalr'i Market 19 E u t Front Itreet.                                                                                                                                                    anfa bath; hot water heat, electricity, hot                               A REAL BARGAIN,
  Phone latE.                                      _                 _          Flrit d a n all around", man wtihii year to those wbo qualify. Men wltb automo. elevation, along good itratt                                                                                                   For thi                                                                                     LOOK-FOR SALE.                     T and cold water; oak floon, open fireplace;
                                                                                  t'i    ot
                                                                                            , •<"»""' POilUon. ,J. A/Blibal,                        biles preferred.. Apply to G M. Olson A wholly 86,500 oaah. Calib Lakn, Bellord. Bed Bank.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      ^                                                                                                                                            -             Six-room house and a little over three large ponhel.                           Price for quick sale                     Mew i l i mon houie. ill Impronaeatfl ; '
  V Neat woman wlihii light homework by                                             Lincoln Court.' Keamburg, N. J.                                 Oo., Inc., OarAcld and Flrit avenue», At- Phoni it-F-81 Keanibunr.                                                                                                CAR WASHING MY SPECIALTY.                              acru of land along conjnte rotd on cor- $22,600. Ray H. Stlllman. State highway, cement walk* and cellar on* blotk turn "'"•
                                                                                                                                                    lantlc Hlghlandi. W. J.                                                                                                                                         I guaranttc you a latlifaotory Job., Let ner at Hopping'* Croiilng, n » r Camp* Eatontown. N. J.                                               ...i        . \                   bui, fit* minutes to station I |l,tttV
   'Jay | no waihlng. Addreia F. M., Fair . .                                               BORO AUTO STORAGE,                                                                                                                                           FAMILY 1RONERS WANTED.                                me prove my ability. Charlei A. Jotei. bell'a Junction. 17,600. Caleb L. Luker,
• Haven.' N. J.                                            -
                                                           ..               laobanli atieet and Globe Oourt. Will                                                        APARTMENT FOR RENT                                                         Experienced family ironera wanted; expert automobile waahar a t Boro Buaiei. Belford. Phone 76-F-al Keamburg.                                                                                         T AT FREEHOLD                              Terms. Phone 1887, Red Baak. ' H a ' I , <
   ~ ~ ~                        A BARGAIN.                                •tore your car by the huur, day, week, on Broad atreet, Red Bank; fine apartment, good pay and iteady work; all year round. Inik, Glob* Court and ' Mechanlo a t m t . ~                                                                                                                                                                                    Sunday, June 28th, silver grey .police pup; Ewlng, 10 Weat^He avenu*.                                  • - -
                                                                            nonth or year. Day and night aervlie.                                   six roomi, two bathit garage, heat and Appl/ New Way Laundry, Long. Branoh Bed Bank.                                                                                                                                               EJCPERt UPHOLSTERING.                          seven months old (male); has collar on
   > A good mattren, iprlng and oak bed                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Ovcntuffed furniture, ouihlom, allp cov. bearing mme of Fred Salmon, Rid Bank.
    lUid for 16.00, Addreia Bargain, dnwir                                                      MONEY TO LOAN.                            " ^ janitor lervlce. Ray H. StIUman, agint, avenue,. Long Branch, N. j .                                                                                                              • FLATS FOR RENT.                            era made to order) luppllei, tapestry, ere. Anyone seeing lime communicate at once SAVE YOUR OLD
                                                                                 14,000 to loan on flrat bond and mort-                             phone Eatontown 2178.
   M, Hid Bank.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             GARAGES A SPECIALTY.                                    Two beautiful' data, each containing four tonne and leather; lamp shade lilki, win with E. L. Trewer, Freehold, N. J. Phone                                                          Huge—beautiful nvaralble
                ""SUBURBAN CAR FOR SALE.                                  gage at alx per cent. Apply-Bay H. Still-                                                    POLICE~PUPS AND DOGS.                                         7"             I build garageavtrom 8109 up. Let me rooma and bath; .fine-airy-roomer-good frame*, trimming!. R. Cbark'i furnltur* 227-J.who will pay a liberal reward for
  : Bort luburban ear, excellent condition) man, state highway, Eatontown, N. J.                                                                          A few pbllea'pupr for tale'where tbey •how you some ot thi many I hava built surroundings, etc,. Peter DePontl, phone itore, 89 Monmouth etreet Bed Ba k.                                                                                                                                                                                  from i w old aupeta aad tw*'
                                                                                                                                                     will have a good borne i alio partly grown Ralph B, Slckele, carpenter and builder, 84 « 4 . J . or call.at 216 Shrewsbury avenue.                                                                                                                                               return of dog or for Information which
   splendid earl forced to sell. Telephone LOT SUJTABLE'FOR BUSINESS,"«l,O00. dogi. Priced low for quick lale. . Trawer                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     STORE FOR SALE.                           leads to Me return,                       •                    postal few elrenlar anlMIl p*rtl*«lai> i
   Bed' Bank TO. '                                                          • Fine corner lot on State highway, in Kenhili, Freehcld, N. J.'.                                                                                                  McLaren itreet. Bed Bank.                                       Bed Bank.                                 . . .        ••                                                                                                                             WelrBilJ Bus and Carpet O e n b a « . . . .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        , .'.          •                                                                                                                                          General merchandiie. grocery, eonfec                         LOCATED~AT'rCENTERVlLLE,
   •=~~!                       SPRING HERE. •                             Kcwrng builneii section, .JLOOD. Hylln                                                                                                                                             GENERAL CONTRACTOR                                                BUNGALOW FOR RENT                              tionery and gaiollne station: on the main on continuation of Laurel avenue from 891 Wilrfleld itmt, Brooklya, H. IV \ '
    'Have), your, icreeni made or repaired by * Sill. Begiiter building, Bid Bank,                                                                                    RTTrRED PULLETS, » l i » . ^ ~ and builder). Jobbing done. Jacob Uulrlch, at FalrWd. Gardeni. Inquire of William highway: good reaiona for telling; roomi
                                                                                                                                                          Tin week!- oil June 6th! early hatched corner of Appleton and Hamilton avenue, Martinson, Rlvenlde drive, Red Bink. with itore. Call or phone Leo Jacob!, Keanaburg, farm ot seven acres, flv* room
                                                                                                                                                                          reekl- old
   Them" Oleiiey, 86 Bridge avenue, phone
   484.J, Red Bank. ;
                                                                                                ROOM KORTRENT; ~~~-—                                                      T
                                                                                 Large, room, with a big1 clout itlached, pullet! • y in fa and will faith fries paid Ocean. Vl«#,P., box 178. II
                                                                                                                                                     next lummer fcr meat) alio cookarala. Leonardo P.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     sear Leonardo.             AdJren Phona 74-B, .Bed Bink, or Inquire on Filr Haven. Phone Red Bank 1Z98.                                                           house, fine cellir, barn, ate.; an Idial place
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      for ebloken farm; ground, will rail* any*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               . STOVE WoobT—^
   • " " T T H T R T Y - F I V E ACRES, «S,OOO.                             errant; all Improvement!. 888' Bhrewi- Blauvelt. Holmdel. N, J,                                                                                                                                                                     preihliei, NutiWamp' road, Falrfleld Gar-                                    LOTS FOR SALE.                           thing.: Will icll or lean; firm known ai                           Slab wood iiwtd to itove leaurU, «*ta<
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 FLATS FOR RENT.                                deni, N. J. .                                        ^ ^          Choice building lots for tale on Madison tha Pat lawless (arm. Call or write Mn. clpally oaki $10 for thi larg* tnak laal '
          Oood eoll. i l l room house, ettraotlM mry avenui, p h o m-1I88.B, Bed Bank.                          H88 ' - - - -
                                                                                                                                                                                              FOR SALE. , . "*.
   termi. Riy H. Stlllman, Bute highway,                                         HORSE A N D ~ W A t - . . FOR~3ALE.~"                                                                                                                              Four and ilx roomi and bath) aU Im-                                         . HOUSE FOR SALE,                             avenue, a reetrtcted reildentlal lection!               M, Jantian, 164 Eait 60th itreet. New
                                                                                                              /AGON                                        Millinery and'art builnais iitibllihid                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     York City,- phone Plaia 6468.                                   that ntrulitly eold (ot «U.to. C. 0,,'B,
   gitontown, N A                                                                Hone can be u n d ilngla or doublet lit twenty year;, good location, .nearby town. provement!, with water and iteim beat: on Main itreet, Belford, N. J. Cm be nen For particulars apply to Vernon W. Rose,                                                                                                                                                                                                         SeUvered. John H. Cook. j r . «(*«««•-,:
                         SAILB6AT FOR SALE!
                                                                          gbod condition. Chiap to qultk buyer, Addren Millinery and ' Art Builneis, Bank. Apply 10 Eait Front U n i t , Hid at any time. For Information Inquire of agent for owner, Broad itreet, National
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Newton Doremui.                                                                                                                                                                   MOTORBOAT SEASON IS HERET
    • Blatean-foot knockabout for n i l . Ap Jjohn Kurlto, telephone Red Bank 1H».                                                                    drawer M. Rid Batik.                                                                                                                                       Elmer Compton, corner Chureh itreet ind bink building. Red Bank, phone 1872.                                              We hava ona 21-foot cabin cruller and Sprlnti ovenua. Bid Bank, phom 4M-H, u
   Sly Bed's Candy fihoppi, 41'A Monmoutli                                                      IT HAS NO RiVAL.                                                       , TO FLOWER LOVERS.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      FOR SALE           N
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               on Aallroed avenue, Belford, frontage fB9 poueialsn.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Walling avenue, Belford, N. J. Imtnedlat*                             " NINETY PER C E N T T E S S T                  two' 21-foot • n a ikllti for Immedlat* da*                           RUGS AND CARPETS.
    itreet/ Rid Bank, •                                                          To reich the homee In thli notion noth.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      overhead thin that of other dealers Is only livery.. If, you want quick w a i n or * " •                                   Clunen, repalrere aid nvenlble ««eK
                   ,               FOR RENT.
                                                                                                                                                           Gladioli Juit itartlng to
                                                                          Ing elii cm equal The RegUter, whleb. pretty flowers for the tsble,bloom! other feet by11,000, Caleb faolng two avimuii.                        60 eenta a Priee
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            140 feet deip,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                L. Luker, Btllord.                                     FOR SALE.                  I           one reaion why the plino purchaser geti tore Imtalled phone ui aa we can :;lve you
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     en of your old floorlnga.' Oar h u t «ej#V,
O ' l a r g s front bedroom to rent, furnished I gon Into over 7,»00 honii eviry week.                                                                bnneh.                  Mrs. Dodge's Market, Rumion                                      Phone 78.F.J1 Keanebunr.                                              Biautlful home on the Long Branch- more for his money at Dlrhtn'i Piano prompt lervlce. We can mak* Immadlitl
 i'air conveniences. 16 Sprint itnet, phone                                                   TODIETRBf««.„..                                        road. Little Silver. N. J.                                                                                                                                 Eatontown boulevard; five minutes t o Wareroom and Shop (reer of reildence), dellverlei on new NJM motori; alio bave Ing niton* Uw tup. Let usetbUttr t £
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  . . '•           WHEN MOVING                                  Long Branch; nne lot lO0>200; $I,60O, Drummond place, phone 081, Rid Bink.'                                           a few high epeed boate at lntareitlnf a i - your requlreminte. Carpet eleaaanV',               p
    aid Bink >.•»••%.____ „ . _
                                                                                 Twilv.' mlnubi to itatlon. on* hour to                                                                       FOR RENT
                                                                          NawTork. O. O. Wlgglm, box It. R. D, on Wallace] atreet, tingle home, eight Bon, Kid Bank long illitanoe moving, big- termi. T. Xlwood Snyder, phone S1H-B.
                                                                                                                    or Fr.ne.u, N. J .
••;• About Wenty Mrei of lUndlng Atau. No. 3, Matawan. N. J..POHt MONHIOUTli: roomi and bath: garan. All In good Rage and eipraaa. 87 Maple avenui. Bed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        local and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       1112, William Dicker *
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Kitontown.                ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          BUSINESS FOR SALE.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Confectionery, grocery and soda foun- Front itreet Keyport N. J.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              tain builneii at 146 Monmouth itrect, Red
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      urei. New Jiney Motor Boat Co., 187

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Flllaen Per Cent Summer Reductloau
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Honmouth itreet, Bed Bank, fh
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Bk     hne
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          - J l f- 1L-LJ'iljJTU'Jl*^*Wap^a—
                                                                                              'fOM SALE.
   frank .Plllenger, H i Hudson avinui, Rid HdUSES taviral houace for lale at Port condition. Henry Roicnitock, 881 Broad* Bank. Anytlm,*,. anywhere.'_                                                                                                                                        ^_____                             FURNISHED HOUSE.                 '
   iBank.'phone 718                                                        ..Hive                                                                           r, Long Branch, N. J.                                                                                                                                    Seven roomi and bithi gai, ateetrfo, Bank; good all-year around trade; tood                                           Kalimaioo plpelcia heater, four roomi                         Now M a t don* at tka U u w I k * I
                                                                           Monmouth, H. J; Caleb L. r "                                                                                                                                                      GAS STOVE'FOR SALE;                                convenient bui, fifteen mlnutei to Long bailneis for married couple to conduct. $96, ilx roomi 8118, levin rooms 1186,
                                        FOR SALE,                            »rd, N, J. Phone Keanihnrg.                                                           "                          tOK SALb.                                              Four burnir gas itove, with oven and Branch biaeh,. five mlnutei to • itatlon i Call at premleei or telephone Bed Bank eight roomi 8140, Company removes it th* M i M n * ! niw expert aptntMv
                                                                                                                                                           Lock, 1 have eaveral plaeea for aala In broiler; In t i n t elan condition, for IIUJ. $100 naion. a ray, Main itreet, Ocean* II10.                                                                                                                                          heiter doeen't ' workt alio pip* beater*.                      work g u n n t e e d .     Wld*
                                                                                                 WHEN IN DOU_.                                       Rid Bank and Shrewsbury. All improved. Can be'aeen at J, F. Conwiy'i, 16 Whart port N, J.                                                                                                                                                                                        Enameled gai-eoal combination atovaa 898 eUUhlng by tb* yard.
                                                                           try Moody'i ihoi repairing and tKm be Prices ((.BOB and upward. Caleb L. Luker, avenue, Bid Bink. _Phone 116-1).                                                                                                                                                                                               BANG—BANG-BANG.                              to $140; itralght gai $8 to 1)6. Caih or Jr. M*nt, I * MonaraU
                                                                           your awn,Judte. Moody-i Shoe Repair. Bellord. N. J,. phone Ti-F-81. Keineborg.                                                                                                                                                                               Fbk SALE. "        •          —           Get new• tire* on your car or you will Inltallmint on Moves or heatere, Kilime.                                                 t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      FOR SALE.                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Bank.
           Any klna you want Olve ui-a call for jng.8hop, 16.Meoh.nlo atr.it, R.dBank.
    Htlmatij. Ralph D. Slekeii. eirpinter and                                                                oaHt ;.N6 »6i
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                                                                                                                                                           Six roomi, tile bath, Jl hmprovimintet houiei on» mile from Long Branefti Juit
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ffC~                                                       Rumion, ten room Koui* end bith, elic. hiar the lame thing. You'can find Fire*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Fine twenty i o n farm, good soil, good trinity. • • • and h u t ; lot IO1IO6 feetj atone and'Brumwiek tlrei at a low price aoo Stcva Co., 404 Niwirk avenue, Bradliy
    builder, Bed Uink,                          _                                                           driiieil iMokem
                                                                                                       p y but prim. J,
                                                                                                                                            ght open fireplici! $8,(01), Bet P, r, Ken- on l U t l highway I $6,000. T. Elwoda g •raga, and ehld.t . . J . .Phone 75-K-S1, at the Red Bink Auto liadlltor VYorki,
                                                                                                                                                      nedy. 114 Monmouth i t m t phone) 447.R, Snrder. phone »188..n, Eatontown.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     iker, Dilford, N
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Ltlker, uvi
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                price 69,(00, Cileb
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               118 Wist Front itreit, Red Dink, phone                               . wb6bB                LOts;                  OFFICE FOR RENT
    "                     HOUSES FOR JIENTST                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Keaneburg.                                                    117T,                           -'                          Dont purohi.li' l e u dlllrabla lot* at In Rid Bank Re«lite» bulli)lt»|
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    purohi.li            dlllrabla lot* a t
                                      «0      Bee P. F, Kennedy,                               itnet. Bad Bank. Phone 1                               or 1616-B, Red Bank.                                         * -.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            GLASS HEADQUARTERS.                       :                                                                                                                               higher prlcei. 8
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         ih          l       811 Woodbrook. I d lo-
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                                                 Phone 447-B, or                                    flthU W A E                                                              BONbAUbW FOR SAJ.ET                                                                                                                                        FOR SALE,                                   • CURCHIN'S FOR REAL ART.                          cation on Branoh avenue, Three mlnutei paney Jnly n t , All lonvnleBeiav
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     All ilsis of ilngle and double itnnith                          Some of the.finest home*with Improve-
                                                                            (or g m i r i l light homework during *um- ' All Improveminti, not watlr Ri.tlngi                                                                                   window gluJ.- Plate glais wlndibleldi our ment!-around Datontown and on tha itate                                                 Curchln'i birber ihop li tha dlaoe where from Little Silver itatlon. , Pur* -water, In thi h u r t o( towm n* better I
                                                                            mir month! -.nd m a k a j i r i a l t generally tami $6,800, Bee P. F. Ki . . . . . . .                                                                             apielalty. Miller's Hardware Co.. $1 Welt                                                                                     art meani lomathlgg. For reil iirrcf try eleetrlo . light, , bue tranaportatlon, dealr. for anyon* dulrlns a aln(l*
                                                                            • - - ' • ' Smill (amity. Tiliphtoji Rumion Monmouth itrait, Rid Bank. .annedy.                                                              Fhom 44T-R rrron» itrtit, Bed Bank, phone T9-J.                                         highway! from $1,700 t o $16,000) wllh ue once, and then'you will alwayi, THi ablu nelgnbori.                                                    Prlcei. 60xU9, $150.
                                                                                                                                                      or n n a . i l , Red Benk.                                                ,                                                                                termi. T. Elwood Bnyder, phone l l t l . R , ..tap appllia to latllis and children. See. Other, larger lota $400-11(0.' Alio railroad Tbomai Irving Brown, Had Banti 1
                                                                                                                                                      11                                                                                              O l t A U. STGOV-E"RNMENY"35B;                             Eitontown.                                                    ond National bink building, R«il Bank, up, frontier for builneii enterprliei; con- * « • * .
                                                                                                                                                                   HUDSOlTRllv'ER~BUfl£ sToHB—"                                                      Men 18-86) railway mall olerkei com.
                                                                                    ....                .nd on* ilngle'room, with (of drlviwan, $!,OO'Per cubli yard dillv. Wince 11,100 yean iteidyi 16 coiehad                                                                                                      HOME DUILDER AND MILLWMkT •tain,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Many plani i o choon from or will eatl-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       venient to Rid Bank. Oftiri advantalea                                 SEWING!
                                                                            board) on highway at Eatontown, N , J.•red In or near Red Bank. Latter a i m free. Write Immediately, Franklin Imtl-                                                                                                                                                                                           WINDOW CLEANING.                            to eommutira. A, O. Bakir, Little Bllver,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 rn«tl your plana, Sarienlng, porcoei, trel.                                                                                                                                              AO Ui* UUet Ia>praii4 alMtfii |
                                                                            Apply Mr a, Eva MoQueen, iphone eonnea- (or concrete work, CoUlna Brother!, tele. tute, Dept. O - m , Boahciter, N. Y,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 line and por      poroh boiee, Fencing, rtobirt                   We maki a ipeolalty of cleaning win. V.J,                         .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Slngei aiwlaj MabUkH,
                                                                                                                                                       phone Keaniburg 16,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Sumet ivenue. B i t , Dank. dowi of atorei, ctneei and private retl*                                                 HILLCREST,
                                                                                                               Fmi                                                                    CARS                     SALE.                             -^ford track aoulppid for removing deed L, Cook,«IT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      MTIAILB;                                                                                                 denen) alie generil ofllei clianlm. Ratee the niw lubuib of Long' Ilraneh, on Ocean. Oil au*Mn** lakn tt. *a*kwfla>
    'to y»«r.furnlih«d w ^
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                                                                                                                 ra parti,
                                                                                                                                                             BiTin'piHinur' Kliael ndan, Paekard animate)' ill
                                                                                                                                                       ohilili twin.ilx, cheip. James K, King, rent to bury th
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  lio ten acru of ground (or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       f        ud (
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Phoni U 6 .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         . , POSITION WANTED.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Richard Cennori, I Amirloan. ispirlencid, wanti platt 41 •84.M.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               tiaaonablt, SitlifaeUon' guaranteed. 48 port avenue, your opportunity, . T h i ad* tine M«*»Bt*. HtaUtMlUM,1 im*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Washington s t r u t Hid Dank, phone v i n t a i n of buying hare are many. The yoi wall *4 ilattt «w«, QtMtti if
       M              Ml Impievamenli. O           .                         high.             rV6edhtlm - Kinneli,$801 alstt two i\ &> rtt JCwwtt, N, J*, phoni
                                                                                                                                  Qieaaport,                                               Mt, J C w t N J h                                                                                                                                                                                       •                                   tax n t i li Mtreraily low, every let l i
                                                                             N, J. ,                                                                                                        Vt, H. J,                                                                                                            watchman, hounmini or unlul mini car*-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     FURNISHED HOUSE TO Mfli.                          high, and h i i more than il» Inihii ot top Ji» uanta, « Kmumtk
                                                                                   , •             WORK WANTED,                                                                                 HANDS IUPPLHD
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       „ .ORRINf.                                ful, reliable, conaervatlf*. Four yeiri on                                                                            •oil: It llei on thi mgit direct ind traveled B a n k .                       •
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     One aaven roomi, all modirn Improve, Bunion raid. P. O, Box 11), Long ' In Fair Hiyin, one black from Miln road from Long Branoh to Bad Bank, Pub*
                                                                                   Youijg Amirlein man want! work ol ot ill nitlomlltiai, Call or writ*, S. Bir. mintn clit fly* roomi, all modirn Im- flranih. N, J,                                                                                                                                                          roid and oni block from river) eight lie buiaea running paat th* property * n h
                                                                             any klndijtudy, lobiy »ltM. *r • Ur)                                            C i A i i i n , 81 Wwt itreet. New York pnveminti.
                                                                             marrlid, Af4riia P. O. Box 0, Leonardo,                                 W       Ifi opposite Jitaey Central and Penniyl- avenue, of phoni U4S. Bid Bank,
                                                                                                                                                       vaiila tillroad ferrle
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Call at l i t Shnwibury                                                                                   roomi, bath, g«n«i, all Improvemente hllf hour, ibpul one-half mil* from Uttl*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               summer i m o n or y.arlir, Addreie Fur. Silver station on th* New York' and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                nlihul, dnwir M, lied S ant, or phoni. Branch railroad. Olty watir, alaetrlo I .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Oni Ul.it wodiL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       had ilitlrli •$ llst«rl t
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                                                                                                ^CANqi FOR: » A U . ;,• , , • , , , ; , .HAVE YOUR CLOTHES                                                                                           U r g e itoak i»"*iiiat from, In all quail.'                     Oood liven rqom houie on highway, near 14H-J.                                                                     tilephon* and gaa, , Lot! l l « 0 and
                                                                                    _           t aiihtien-foot.einoi with eom. cleaned a« thi Oltr.Dry Olianlng and Dye* t i n , at low prioei, Sie ui before buyln* paean, (or only 16,000, Olty 411, net air                                                                                                                       "cTOckEN FABM V 6 R                               wardi, told on aiar payment                                    gvaritind f t i , y i a i ' ' " '
                                                                                                                                                       Intf Worki. S Miihinli i t m t , n o r Dread                                                                                                                          one acre of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         h e , (amiiei Bwarti, 14 W u t F n n hiatl nelthborhood, good gatdln lollj u c e l -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Twentytwo-iete ehlekin farm, eia
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Ray l i . SllUaan, Xat- room home, ill Improvemenjn launili
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           eleH. count for anii. The Home I                                            *, W»#d«. * * ! « » 1   H
                                                                                                                                                       i t r i l t , had Bank, fhtn* lol.R, William                                                           ff Broad"itriat. hed.Bank,                                                                                                                                               ment, Ine., Oeeanpore atrenU*, OMinpert, iiiniir ill
                                                                             BiA                                                                       OaJH«»i.>roMlrt«r.'                                                     ._,.•_                                                                            o t n NJ                                                       (arm (ully umlppid (or ehlokeni.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                kinds of buildings. Pile* l l ( , t 0 0 . . Gi                                                                         Utiil.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Luker, netforil, K. J.i Phone Keieaburg
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    JULY 8,1925.
                                                                                                               were revoked, but there was no fine                                     HRE SUNDAY MORNING.                                                                cK^^
                 TH£ RED BANK REGISTER. or [Imprisonment.                                                                           •        ,
                                                                                                                                                                                    Eight Cfcickem Burned" tt Death

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         V.' JOHN H.' OOOK. Editor .nil fubllihtr.                                                            ','      '     •       •   •   /       •   '   :    '     ,   /   '

                                                                                                                                                                                          and Other Damtgt Dona..' '"*'•
        , ^OKOKOB 0, HAMQg, A H O C U U Editor,                                                                  Preceding etch Arrest there was
                                                                                                                                                                                       A chickenhouse and small.build-;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  We Wish1 fo Announce
                                                                                                              a slight 'accident in which little
    ' *i                 "       THOMAS IB7IN0 BEOWM.
                                                                                                              damage was done and no one was
                                                                                                              hurt. Accidents of this kind often
                                                                                                                                                                                    ing on West street, at Bed: Sank
                                                                                                                                                                                    were destroyed by.fire early'Sari-
    '            I               T«l«»hoswi—Rtd Bwk I I                                                                                                                             day morning before daylight. The
                 K                    , ••',• tUI Bink UtO                                                    go unnoticed, which proves that the

                 On* j t t r
                             Subscription Prlcail
                                                                                                              officers muBt have been vigilant
                                                                                                              Arrests without spectacular acci-
                                                                                                                                                                                    house on the place is owned by Oba-
                                                                                                                                                                                    diah E. Davis and rented by Mrs.                          •-                  THE OPENING                                                •• '- ,.
                 Blx months
                 Jhrtt month. ...
                                                                                                              dents to feature them may seem
                                                                                                              unimportant, but in reality there
                                                                                                                                                                                    Elizabeth Dennis. Fred Baker, who
                                                                                                                                                                                    boards at. Mrs. Dennis's,-discovered
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              NEWMAN SPRINGS ROAD
                 | WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1925.
                                                                                                              wqre probably no two arrests made                                     the fire as he was driving into the
                                                                                                                                                                                    yard with'his automobile and he
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     \                on JULY 15th, "1925
                                                                                                              At Red Bank this year of larger
                                                                                                              importance;                                                           turned in the alarm. The firemen
                                                                                                                                                                                    kept the flames from spreading to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Boating, Bathing, Canoeing and Fishing*
                 \_                              TOWN TALK.                                      ..   ,.
       /'*• ^Continued from paga4.)] T • The officers. who made the ar-
                                                                                                                                                                                    adjoining barns owned by Mr. Da-
                                                                                                                                                                                    vis and Arthur Sherman, but the                                                                                                                                                      Fine Camping Ground,
     / A man out on Long Island gaye rests deserye praise, not only be-
      one of his children a licking for cause they were vigilant but also
     Iwrong-doing and .the society for. because their action resulted in re-
                                                                                                                                                                                    fire in the chickenhouse and in the
                                                                                                                                                                                    other small'building was too far ad-
                                                                                                                                                                                    vanced to "make it possible to save
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    The Purple Parrot                                                                                                                Can Furnish tents and Cots.
     the prevention of cruelty to "chil- moving from the roads two of the                                                                                                           these buildings. . Eight chickens
     dren had the man arrested. When most dangerous characters' that
     the case came up in court the judge travel abroad today. So far as the
                                                                                                                                                                                    were burned to death and two auto-
                                                                                                                                                                                    mobile tires,,' seyerai Bhoyels and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Tea Room and Gift Shop
     dismissed the case and declared "safety and security of the public is                                                                                                          other tobls were .destroyed, The         1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 f   :
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          •   -   •   -       -   '   :         . ' • '          ..••       •       '

     that'it was the parents' right to concerned a thief is not. as great a                                                                                                         things, destroyed were owned by
     whip their children.                  menace as a drunken automobile                                                                                                           Mrs. Dennis's son, Benjamin John-
                                                                                                                                                                                    son. :      \
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         'HOME COOKED MEALS A SPECIALTY '                                                                          "Gifted" Doesn't Mean Having SomethtngA&nded to Yon
                                           driver. The activities • of a thief
             .                       •

                                           are confined to stealing, and while
                                             •   •       •   *   •       .   •

         The action of this society is an this is bad enough it. does not any-
                                                                                         '   .    '

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          11:30 to 8:00                                                                           —a Reasstlle Value Is Always Worth Going After I
                                                                                                                                                                                      Arm . Broken in Three Placet.
    Instance of the fool tactics of a lot where near approach the potential-                                                                                                          Edward Runyon, aged twelve
    of societies that want to be promi- ities for harm of a drunken man at
    nent in the public tye. Some of the steering wheel of an automo-
- these people are folks who want to bile. Such a person is like lightning.
    do good but dor,t know how; but There is no way of finding out
                                                                                                                                                                                    years, son of Elwood Runyon of
                                                                                                                                                                                    Belford, fell from a cherry tree last
                                                                                                                                                                                    Friday and his arm was broken in
                                                                                                                                                                                    three places.. He was taken to the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 State Highway

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       PARTIES CATEEED TO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            •       .        .   ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     EATONTOWN, N. J.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ,   "   •                                          •     This Week's Proof
 ' Most of them dont care whether where he will strike or how much                                                                                                                  Long Branch "hospital, where chc
    they do good or evil so. long as harm he will do.                                                                                                                               broken bones were set. Later it
    they can carry out their own pe-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   LIFetim* Qualit;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Llfetlm* QuaHtr
     culiar whims and their own pe-
    culiar fad:. The best of them are        There is one big difference, how-
                                                                                                                                                                                    was found necessary to reset one
                                                                                                                                                                                    of the bones.                                                                                                                                                                                                  $135                        1847 Roger Bros;
    people with one idea, which they ever, between lightning and a
    exalt above every other principle drunken chauffeur. Lightning cant                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     BIu«.Whtt« mni Parftet                                    26-PIECE CHEST
    lot right and wrong.                   be controlled, but drunken drivers                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Diamonds mounted to Individual choice ot
                                           can be controlled if the police are
,        -           •       •   •       ' on the job, as Mr. VanNpte and Mr.
                                                     •       •       •           •   •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ELBOTRIC                                                                                                                              newest ring? in solid, white gold or plat-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   inum. The difference between our prices
         There aia various societies which Imlay were.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             and those that other jewelers charge is
     apparently want to take out of the                                                                                          *       • • • •                 _.--                                                                                                                                                                                              the long profit that WE DON'T WANT.                         Made to endure like the dollars
    hands of parents all authority over       The men who.were arrested were                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   that buy iWas distinctive as it
    their children. Mo^t of these or- very well dressed and were the                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           is durable. Complete service o$
    ganizations call themselves some owners of expensive cars. That                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            1847 Roger Bros,, with hollow
    port of humane, or protective, or does not make them one whit bet-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             \           DEPENDABLE—Th.f. * . Wo,di                                      handle knives.
     •ocial, or public welfare, or legal ter than drunken town buns. In
    aid society, or some such high fact they ara worse, for a poverty-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     '"S —backs every watch we nil                                                     8-DAY
    Bounding title. They take children stricken drunken bum walking the                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               15. JEWEL
   ^oiit of their own homes because they streets cant do the harm that a                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Mantel Clock '
    believe they can pick out someone wealthy boozer can do driving an
     better suited to take care of. the automobile. Hardly a weak-goes by                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  GRUEN WATCH
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  And when we.say Cftuen watch, that's about
     children than the children's own without a drunken bum being; sen-
    parents. They interfere with the tenced to the county jail, That is
     parents' control of their children Where the wealthy automobile driv
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  all' we can say for accuracy and depend-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ability.' 15-jewcl movement—filled , white ,
     and they "riiuss up" parental con- ing rum guzzlers should be. They                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          gold'case. .'AsusUarReusBille meets $ 0 0 . 0 0 |
     trol in other ways. Some of these should not be let off with nothing                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         expectance with fewest price/ :      f1™                                     Performance outstrips promise—r
    Bocfeties have been' called in deri- more than the losjL.of their driving                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  backed by a 50-year< reputation;
    •ion "a society for breaking up licenses. That'is all right eo far                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Gong strikes' hours and half
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           FASHIONABLY DESIGNED                     '1         hours—mahogany, finish, case.: '
    happy homes."                          as it goes, but it does not go far
   II           .    *'•*
                                           enough.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       WFtlST W^TCH
    ' These societies .run down to the
    legislature, and because they can         Behind this bars is the proper
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Dependable' and positively accurate..
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Exquisite hartd chased: caie of 18-kt<
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Silver Tea Set
    make the legislators believe they place for them. Such sentences'                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ./•I                                                                         fllUd -white gpld.,
    have got a lot of votes, or because would put fear in the hearts of ail                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ' Seussille prlca . .a.« • • •as.xj
    of some political pull, they get laws tomobile rum soaks who have not                                                                                                                                                                                                       a
    passed to establish all-i sorts of yet been gathered in and it would
  •fads. The public school system is be- teach them that there is a God in
' ing loaded up with all sorts of fads Israel. There is only one way to
    and follies and teachers are loaded get results with regard to drunken
    •up with duties which have no place men who run automobiles and that
                                                                                                                                                                                                  less Rrrie Cooking
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            •           ..

 • 5n a school course at all.              way is to treatJhemlrough.

  ••'•' The' interference of these society
      officials and paid public workers in
     •iatnily life.has resulted in a great
     ••weakening1 of parental authority.
                                                                                                                  The Red Bank Register has over
                                                                                                               and over again declared that boards
                                                                                                               of,, freeholders should have side-
                                                                                                               walks placed at. the sides of county
                                                                                                                                                                                                   M f d \/"- S
                                                                                                                                                                                                           I WILL KEEP I