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14 - Red Bank Register Archive
BANE
VOLUME XLVI, NO, 47.
I.sued Weekly, Entered s« Becoqd-Oluis Matter at the Foitollko a t Bed Bonk, N. J-. under tho Act of March 3d, 1879.
OUT OF JAIL; IN AGAIN. SAID THEY SOLD LIQUOR.
PONALD C. WILCOX AGAIN THREE MEN PLEAD GUILTY TO
PUT BEHIND BARS.
THIS OFFENCE.
William H. Brighton of Avon, Hi:
Bondsman, Surrendered Him L<
the Law L M ' Friday—Wilcox
Wore Detcctivo Budf|o into Cull.
. D.onnlfJ C. Wikox of Hod Hank
•was put hack in the county jnil I''ri<lay. ilo wan arrested on the. previous Snturi'lny en charges of attempting; to blackmail fives Polish residents of Middlctown ti>\viiHlii|i, anil
alter spending two days in jull lie
•was released) in $4,000 bail, with
William II. Brighton of Avon as his
bond&rnan. Lust Friday Mr. Brighton decided that lie did not want to
bo on Wileox's hail any longer and
lie notified Constable; Leon Dennett
of Ked LSank to tins ell'eet. ConBtiUile Bennett took Wilcox into custody and locked him up in the county j nil at Freehold.
When Wiloox wag first arrested,
Percy Wolcott became WilcoxVs
bondsman for $300 i'or tho appearance of. Wilcox before Justice Wain
wright. The justice held Wilcux
for the action o£ the grand jury and
fixed no bail. After the hei'i.
while WilcQX was at the. tovur li
Frank Caprio, wlio ruius u. detective
agency at* Ked Bank known as the
Imiteti titjilca detective agency, piu
in an appeurane'e. Wilcox was employed by Caprio an a detective ami
at the hearing Wih'ox wore a detective badge almost i.s large as a teacup.
The words "United Statt
were in large letters on the budge
and the words "detective agency"
were in vCry small letters. Caprio,
apparently with much righteous indignation, took the. badge off Wil-
cox'a coat, stating that he would not
have in his employ any man guilty
of such acts as were alleged against
Wilcox. Ho said it was a shame and
a disgrace that an emblem of law
and,order (should be worn by such
a man aa Wilcux.
John O'Kcefe and Three Otherl
Were Al.o Indicted (or thi> Offence, but They Said They Wero
Not Guilty—Other Court Ca»o».
AH tlio remaining persons who
had been indicted by tho May
grand jury at their last sitting
were arraigned at Freehold last
Wednesday and Thursday. Four
(iL-i-uuns were charged with selling
liquor. These persona wcro John
J. O'Keefe of Red Bank, John
Backus ami Peter Bovo of Long
Branch, and Antonio Ratti, a barber of Eatontown. They will have
their trials n*xt month. Three
other persons pleaded guilty to selling liquor. They were Philip Talerico of Ealontown and Silas Nash
and John Konkliotis of Long
Brunch. They will be sentenced
June 4lh. Carnutn Genovese. of
Middletown township was sent to
the. county jail for ten days fcr
stealing two automobile tires from
Walter Lnnkanau. Mamie Harris
of Asbury Park was fined $25 and
paroled for one year for carrying
concealed weapons. Joseph Gilmore
will be sentenced tomorrow for
enticing, a colored girl from ClilTwood to New York.
Thomas Pellit of Middlotown
township was indicted for bigamy.
It wus charged that ho married
Irene II. Glass last year when his
wife Annabel was living. His trial
will be held June 13th.
William Tomaino of Red Bank
was indicted for manslaughter on
account of a death which occurred
in an automobile accident at Eatontown, for which Tomaino was held
responsible. He will be tried June
5th.
Frank Mnzza and Joseph Mellino
wero indicted on a charge, of having placed a bomb near the house
of Samuel Bazario a t Red Bank.
Their trial will be held June 13th.
Salvatore Bazario -of Red Bank
was indicted on a charge of getting coal delivered to him which belonged to some other party. His
case will be held up until the man
is found who delivered the coal.
Kirby Davis of Red Bank will be
tried June 6th on a charge of desertiiifr his wife and children, Lcroy Hicks of Middletown will be
tried June 13th for the same offence. Orcess Vacaro of Red Bank
will be tried June (ilh on a charge
of carrying concealed weapons. Antonio Kruderk'llo and Tetia Tempostra of Red Hank will he tried Jnne
4th for fighting, and Raymond and
Tennyson Phillips of Holmdel will
be. tried the next dr.y for assault
and battery.
Alphonso Williams was indicted
for deserting his wife and family.
It Wiia said that the trouble was
due to Willinms's mother-in-law.
Mr. IJaskerville, Williams's bondswill try to get the matter
patched up,
Morris Bragcr and James Wolconi of Long Branch will be tried
Juno 4th for keeping a. disorderly
house. Frank Papa of Asbury Park
will be. tried tho same flay for
lighting.
Lorctta Graff of Asbury
Park will also be tried that day
for a misdemeanor. Edward BenIv of Mntnwan will be tried Juno
>tli for assault and battery on his
wife; and on June fith Nnthan
Meeker of Belmnr will 'be tried for
•assing worthless checks.
A MASONIC CELEBRATION.
Fifth Annual Ladies' Niglit Held *t
Hiflh School Last Friday.
Tlio auditorium of the high
school was comfortably filled last
Friday night nt the fifth annual
ladies' night celebration of Mystic
Brotherhood lodge of Masons of
Red Bank. An entertaining program was furnished by the Lapitino-Sand concert company and
was well received by the audience.
The artists furnishing the program
were Francis J. Lapitino, Albert
Barono nnd Anthony Luizzi, ,comprising the Venetian trio; Harry C.
Leslie Leroy Kelly
Sand te
reader and Harry Sinister piunist
Following the program dancing was
enjoyed to music furnished by the
Serenaders. The concert program
was as follows:
•KKIIUO"
Adoration"
Garni
. Gn:il
Venetian Triri
"Would Coil I Wcrp n Tender Appje Blr>«
Bom"
* Fisher
"The Blind I'lniwhman"
Clark
Hurry Smut
"BerceuHe" . , . ;
Godnnl
"Serenade"
MoHr.kowiiki
Violin Ohliiiatei—Allirrt Hnrone
Vr-nrlinu Trio
"Fantasia ltnlioiuic" . . . . A i r . by LnpHiiv
Medley of Oiil Time Ki.iur.i
"(Hiirp Solo)
i
Franc i.t Lnpitino
"At a Baseball (jBinir"
Har
Leslie Krlly
"Oh. Promise Me"
DcKovoi
"Serenude"
Drieo
Venetiuu Trio
"Heart of Gold"
Mnnney
"Wishes T h r w "
Gnrtlawl
"Colcen Aroon'Strlcklan.l
' Hurry Hiinil
Cello Solon
Sclectc-d
Anthony I.im.zi
llnrp Aeeonijmiiiment—Lap Hi no
"On the Bcuch"
Coolte
Jjcalie Kelly
"Traumorci"
Schumnnn
"Humorcslic"
Dvorak
Venctinn Trio
BUSY PAINTERS.
RED BANK, N. J,, WEDNESDAY/MAY 14, 1924.
$1.50 PER YEAR.
PAGES 1 TO 12;
A MUSICAL AFTERNOON.
)N
DISPUTED TURKEY BILL. MRS. MARY THOM'S WILL. Music
- FIRE COMPANY FORMED.!TWO SISTERS ENGAGED.
at tho Woman's Club
n Fri,
day ~I_o»i< Exhibition, Next Week.
ORGANIZED LAST WEEK AT HARMONY GIRLS WILL
Mrs. William I). Suyre, Mrs. Carl'
FAIRFIELD GARDENS.
COME BRIDES SOON.
Schwencker, Mrs. Frunk Price, Miss
Many CoiK Bequests Left by Mitt Katharine Vandervoer and Mrs.
Company Has Been Named j Lilian C. Hcndrickson Engaged td
Arthur V. Gregory will be lm.stes.ies
Cecelia T. Stephens of, Keyport
Middletown Township Fire ComC. C. Moury of Nutloy anil
Unusuul. Features in the Will of at the meeting of Iho Itrvl Hank
pany No. 1—A Firehouse to be
Louijo W. Hcnilrickspn Engaged
Woman's club on Friday. The music
Albert Embley of Long Branch.
Built by the Company.
to a Newark Man.
Mrs. Mary Thorn of. Fair Haven, department will have charge of the.
A lire company has been organ'lh" ciigagemi-nl is announced, of
meeting
and
the
program
will
inwho died H short time ago, left a
ized in Middlutuwn township which Mi.-.H Lilian Crannior Hendrickaon,
will which :,hr. made last October. clude two numbers by the club
1 of members who live at, daughter of Mr. and.Mrs. l);miel T ,
.She left, all of her estate to her chorus, flute, solo by francos Rials- ,.- n i r f i e l d O ard e ,,s and the adjacent JlendricKson of Harmony, in Mid«'
daughter, Mrs. Ida Wilber, wife of dell, contralto solos by Mrs. Minor locality. While the company is a
dlelmvii township, ami Jiev. Culvijj
Edwin II. Wilber, with whom Mrs. Brown and Miss Newman, soprano volunteer company it has been insnlo by Miss LaBrocque, solo with corporated under the laws of the '•hrisiian Mi-ury, past.u- of tho Ke.
Thorn iiad made her home for many I"
fonm.-d church ill Nllfley. No data
In u t o
years. The witnesses to tho
liy Evelyn Kirk and , state and it has received a state h a s
een set for the wedding.
wen- Tunis V. V. Kendrick of I.'airj F r a . n c , c s Blaisdell, a number by the charter.
The
fire
company
has
:.? IJeml
Haven and Charles E. Hendrickson i' a { i i c s ' t r ' ° o £ l ' l n c l u h a l l J * humorous
taken tho name of "Middletown | the "highest honors from tbo Mid.
of Red Bank.
reading by Harriet McPhair.
MIDDLETOWN'S
COMMITTEE FAIR HAVEN WOMAN'S ESTATE
BALKS AT PAYING $309.
GOES TO A DAUGHTER.
The Bill is from Mrs. Gracs E.
Langler o£ Riverside Drive for
Sixteen Turlteys and 174 Turltoy
Eggs Destroyed by Dogs.
Action was taken by the Middletown township committee
last
Thursday night on three hills for
poultry,killed by <Iogs. One bill
was for ,J8 and was from C. Albert
Mount of Loeurt Point for six chickens killed by dogs. The bill was approved and Mr. Mount was notified
that the money would bo paid later
in the. year. The. appraisers of the
poultry wera William Bocckel and
Jacob Strykcr, Jr.
William 11. Gibson had a bill for
$30 for twelve Rhode Island Rsd
hens which were killed by dogs. The
appraisers were William Golden and
William Boeckel. The committee
thought the bill was too large and
they sent word to Mr. Gibson that
they would approve it if he would
reduce it to $30.
Mrs. Grace K. Langler of Riverside drive sent a bill for $309 for
sixteen 'turkeys killed by dogs and
for 174 turkey eggs destroyed by
dogs. The eggs were setting eggs.
The appraisers were W. Gill Wyli"3,
Jr., and Harry C. Bryant. The turkeys wero fancy stock and thoy
were appraised in the bill at prices
ranging from $10 to $35. Clerk
Howard VV. Roberts was directed to
notify Mrs. Langler that the committee disputed her bill and trmt
they would grant a hearing on the
hill at their first meeting in Juno.
Four years ago Robert Hartshorne, who lives near Highlands,
sent a bill to tho committee for $6'00
for chickens killed by dogs. The
committee disputed the bill and the
same course was followed as it is
now proposed to follow in Mrs.
Langler'a case. A hearing was held,
the
with the committee acting
jury. Mr. Hartshorno was represented by a lawyer and the township
was represented by its counsel, John
E. Foster. Mr. Hartshurne had
poultry experts for witnesses who
testified that the chickens were
worth SGOO. The township committee had .experts who testified that
the chickens were worth $125. The
outcome of the hearing was that the
last named sum was paid to Mr.
Ilartshornc,
T h e art
Cecelia T. Stephens of Keyport
department of the club
loan
exhibit of hanrfileft a long will and two codicils, the | w l 1 1 h o l d
work
codicils being due to the fact that I
. paintings and antiq
some of thu legatees had died duru | j »rtern_oons and evenings of Tuesing the intervals between the ak-1 'i:iy< Wednesday and Thursday
The admission fee will
ing of the will and the making ofj! 1
entertainment and vethe. codicil;.. The will provided that
The ctiib members
the funeral expenses should not exceed JfLO
' O and that the burial
made in St. Mary's cemetery
to loan articles for any of the
Staten Island. The burial plot was
bequeathed to a nephew, Michael
Raffcrty. One hundred dollars was
left to the pastor of St. Joseph's
Roman Catholic church of Keyport
to be used for masses for the repose of Miss Stephcns's soul. The
sum of three thousand^ dollars was
left to a niece, Cecelia Conwell, for
HANDWORK EXHIBIT.
caring for her aunt during her lifetime and to this bequest was added Work Done by Shrewsbury Pupils
Judged (or Prizes.
the sum of six hundred dollars in
the codicils of the will, this amount
Handwork done by the pupils'of
Ll
having been ifiven in the original 'e Shrewsbury public school was
T h e
will to relatives who had afterward Ie x h l b l t e d I a s t Vfcekexhibition
died. Cecelia Conwell aho gets all was largely attended by residents
residue, of the estate. Other of Shrewsbury and the work of the
pupils caused much favorable cumbequests were as follows:
To n niece, Mrs. Ann Shnnnnhan, $300. ment. Prizes provided by thu parent-teachers' association of ShrewsTo nephew, Jonh P. Ansiiro. SI.100.
'I'o n nephew, Michael IliifTprty, 5300. bury -will be awarded later. The
Ti. u niec<:, Mi-3. Ami IIUKIHS, $.100.
winning exhibits and exhibitors
'IV) a niece, -MJsa (J.-ith.-ilecji I t a . T e r t y ,
were as follows:
J.ino.
The papers of incorporation were ; L
Ran*
ing the present meeting place of the
at the meeting and he conducted the
gers culleirc and of the theological
Foreman—Georep \V. Hrowc*.
Firist assistant foreman—Thorns Cm seminary of the Reformed church
of New Hrunswick. lie has ro«
norn.
•Second assistant foreman
ohn Cali.i- ceived the degrees of A. I!., A. M.
hnn.
.
1
1
Third assistant lori'm W o h ^ i ^ s o n J ; "t .o ' "• »• t " « !•»» »«.«>pted a call
|
thu pastorate ot the new Re.
Secretory—Edward M isler.
'I'i-easurtr—Frank Scott.
former! church at Pelham Bay, New
Trustci—Matthew Juhn
Edward .' Voi-t, which he will assume next;
KaiiL'y, Michnrl Kelly.
month.
Meetings
g of tho company
py will lie | Mr. and 'Mrs. Hendrickson fli
ld
held
on.the
third
,
. , . first and
,
, Wednes„,.
.short time ago announced tho en«
day nights ot each month. Ihe a i . - ^ p . , , , , , , . ^ „,- . , „ „ „ , „ ( l a U R h t e l . M i s ,
nual meeting of the company will Louise Willett Kendrickson, to AI.
be held on the first Wednesday m v i u Fre.leri,-k Blacksmith of New.
January in -nch year.
In r k ) „ s l l , m m , , . r c s j ( ] e n t flf
They aro So Ruihcd They Haven't
Got Time to Faint Town Hall.
The painters of Red Bank arc so
To a nephew, Jam™ Laurence Ansbro,
Scwinir box—Hnztil Daly.
^ i h e fire company expects to build ; Monmouth. Miss Hendrickson is a
busy that there isn't one in the
Wilcox was iu the county jail two
Skirt—Mildred Pyle.
wholo town who has got the time to
days nnd was tl'icn released, us said
To n nephow, William B. Ansbro, 52O0.
Blouse—Mildred 1'yle.
Blacksmith
aa
pany has a small amount of money bury
•
'Park. Mr.pi..c
icing atisAa«
paint the town hall. The commisTo n nephew. Peter J. Ansliro, S200.
Dress—Elizabeth l'owcrs.
before, with Mr. Brighton as his
already in its treasury which the accountant with offices at Not?
To
a
irrandniece,
Miss
Dorothy
Wallace,
Handkerchief—Ruth
Cane.
sioners
of
Red
Bank
advertised
for
bondsman i'or !jM,O0O. The amount
S20O.
members have paid in for this pur- York.
Bloomers—Doris Daly.
bids for having this work done an 1
of the bail was fixed by Judge LawTo n Rrnndniecr, Misa Regina Conwell,
Might dress—Mildred Pile.
pose. Contributions will be solicitthey
didn't
get
a
single
response.
rence. When Mr. Brighton surS100.
Apron—Helen Cjiliery.
BRIDE-TO-BE SHOWERED.
ed from residents of Middletown
They then instructed Harry H. ClayTo a. cotiafn, Peter Del.iny, 53(10.
Ssvjng bilk'—Anna Dean.
rendered Wilcox to the law last
township toward buying- the materi- Party Given for Mist CallUta G.
Plain patch—Winifred Shaflo.
ton, chief of police, to sec the difweelc he was wearing the same kind
John P. Ansbro, a nephew, is
Match patch—Kathleen Powers.
als for the construction of the fireferent painters and get verbal bids
of a ljig detective badge ns he wore
made executor of Miss Stcphens's
Power of IWonmoutli Street.
Pin cushion—Uoria Stonebridtre.
house and most of the work of putfor doing the work. There arc a
when Caprio took it off liim. Howwill. The witnesses to the will
Iron holder—MariK McCisiakey.
A surprise miEcellaneoua showet)
y
[
ting
up
the
firehouse
will
be
clone
by
.... W..
R M ' basket—Frank Lyons first prize,
great many painters and painlins
ever, Caprio or no one else showed
were Gore W. Smith and Joseph
i a ft-iv
by Miaa
members of the fire, company wi!.hup this time to take the badge away
lirms at Red Bank and Mr. Clayton
Mount of Keyport. The witnesses Jo! ; cph , C r o s 3 !<I"">J i'™1'out charge. John II. Cook of Red Beatrice R:\ITerty of Riverside avc«
and Wilcox marched into ,a cell at
spent several hours calling them up
to the codicils were Joseph \V. Reed tray—Julius Liebhardt,
Bank has donated a lot on tho Fair- j nuo for Miss Callista G. Power o{
caning—Henry (jlicn.
the county jail still wearing the
on the telephone. Not one in the
Mount, Wilford E. Terry, Alyin F . Choir
Honorable mention—Alise Christian, Ha- field Gardens tract as a site for the , Moumouth street, who id engaged to
badge.
entire lot was willing to make a bid SEARCHED HOUSES FOR RUM.Aumack and Charles Henry Lane zel Dal/, Mary Uiordnn, Beatrice Lyons, firehouse. The
" " • •lot
• ' is near the
'
•- c r o 5 3 of Middle*
state wed' Edward• H.
for painting the town hall. All said
Mnry Knott, Ruth Carlo, Katharine Houni- highway aiid near tlio crossroads at town township.
of JCeyport.
Percy Wolcolt drove Wilcox
The rooms vverd
Five Persons Arrested at Atlantic
hl\n,
Winifred
Kllaftn.
Helen
Cnllery,
Stella
they
would
like
to
do
the
job
later
It is largo attractively decorated with flowers
Albert Embley of Long Branch, Green, Doris KtonebridRe. Pauline Ander- Headden's corner.
around in an automobile to tho variHighlands Saturday Night.
on,
but
that
just
now
they
had
so
enough
not
only
for
the
firehouse
n a will which he made a year ago son. Laura Ncilson, Josephine Nestlcr, Anous houses where Wilcox is alleged
and streamers. A collation waa
Three houses at Atlantic High- this month, loft $51)0 which he ex- ns,
much on hand that they couldn't
Ito^k, fjy.Hii Jtctz^er, Beatrice Leochuk, but also for a • community house served and a delightful evening
to have tried to blackmail folk*.
possibly
find
time,
tn
do
nny
more.
ands
were
raided
Saturday
night
on!
,
,
,
.
h
ate
of
Dorothy
Lang.
c
[
t
o
d
to
r
c
c
c
!
v
0
f
l
o
m
t
e
E
t
which
may
be
built
later
on
the
lot
Mr. Wolcott states that he knew
was enjoyed. Miss Power was tha
The commissioners of tho town have warrants clinr e in K the occupants | N e w J c i . 5 e y o n n c c o u n t o £ h ! s b e and which would be used for all recipient of many gifts.
nothing about what Wilcox was doThoscj
NEW RESIDENTS.
decided to vrait until fall and then with illegal possession and sale o£ij,, ff a t l e x e m p t firemen to ten chilpublic and recreational purposes.
ing and that he never would have
present were Mrs. Joseph E. Fix*
try
another
advertisement
for
bids
liquor.
Chief
of
Police
John
R.
|
.„„,
praudehildron.
The
child
r
o
n
'Jr.,
Mrs.
Charles
Giblin,
Mrs.
Petet}
associated with Wilcox if he had
Foui Placci in Red Bank Rented
for doing the job.
Sncdeker and Policemen Charles d r c n a r o D o r a Embley and FlorP. .RatlYrty, Mrs. John P. Gaul, Jr.,
had tho slightest intimation that
to Out-of-Town Folks.
YOUNG
FOLKS
GET
TOGETHER.
Sweeney, Frank Gerkins and Ed- ence Embley of Long Branch, HatM
C
M Jamea
J
Wilcox was trying to blackmail peoMrs.
Corcoran,
Mrs.
Poweiy
Patrick F. Kennedy of Ked Bank
ward Layton made the raids ami tie Embley of
__ San Jose, California,
NEW PRESIDENT ELECTED.
ple. Mr. Wolcott states that it is
has rented Hugh Phillips's liouso on Union Meeting of Church Societies Mrs. John F. Hojran, Mrs. Theodora'
they found . some liquor in each iA l l l l i o Vosburg of Newark and
untrue that he entered any houses
Moss and Misses Vora nnd Margaret
Held at Methodist Church.
Meeting of Farent-TeacheiV Asso- house. Five persons were awesteil.' E d i l h Emblev of Miami, Florida. Petera place to William Bonner o£
with Wilcox ami helped Wilcox
New York, John Lcddy's house on
A union meeting of the young Dolierty, Josephine Sidell, Loretti<
ciation of Shrewsbury.
are
They
were
Mrs.
Rose
Caruso
of
make searches. He says Hint in
Lane;, Acnes and Grace Hackett,
The grandchildren
Dorothy, ElThe paren't-tenchers' association Center avenue and Mr. and Mrs. sie, Ellen Louise, Beatrice and Wil- Prospect avenue to William Heppt- people's unions of the Methodist, Berthii Tower, Emma Holibaugh,every instance he. stayed outside in
ner of Waverly place, tho apart Baptist and Presbyterian churches
.Inolino
and
Mr.
and
Mrs.
of
the
Shrewsbury
school,
at
its
anhis car and waited until Wilcox
liam Albert Emhley. Tho law proof Red Bank and. of the Eatontowii Martina llealy, Agnes RafTerty,
nual meetini; Friday night, elected Patsy Dato of South avenue. Thoy viding for the payment of $500 to meats in Samuel Hoffman's build- Methodist church was held lait A m ( 1 lia A. Carton and Maud Menll
came out. Mr. Woleott was not
ing on Monmouth street to Harry
were
arraigned
beforo
Recorder
Miss
Sarah
Chamberlain
president.
exempt firemen was passed by the
sworn as a witness at Wileox's hearBank ,S o f , R c ( ' Bank, Mrs. Jere J. Carov(|
Thursday night at the Red
~
Miss Chamberlain is principal of the William Ii. Irwin. Dato and his legislature two years as;o, and Mr. Levine of New York, the aparting, but he was questioned by JusMethodist church. About 100 per- jn m i Miss' Klcanot- Gorman of Runw
ment
in
Mr.
Kennedy's
building
school. Mrs. Charles A. McClas- wife wero each held in $500 bail forj Embley's w ill iravu this sum in
tice Wainwright during the proceedsons were present.
Three sketches son > Miss Florence Snyder of Eatout
pre
,eyt who was president of the par- the grand jury and the others were amounts of 550 each tu the bene- on Monmouth street to Frank Kelings.
ly
of
Fair
Haven
and
Archibald
were
given
under
the
direction of town, Miss Nellie Worthley o j
ent-tencbers' association, declined ach held in ?300 bail. All ob- iicinrios named above. It has now
Harry II. Clayton, chief of police,
Dalby's
house
at
Newman
Springs
Fred
Ayers
of
Red
Bank.
Miss Oceanport and Mrs. Edwin Parslcro?
re-election on account of having re- nincd bail and were released. Unto been decided, however, that this
.'
states that he has looked up the
Helen Compton and William Ben- of Long Branch.
to
G.
Gouvcmcur
Ashwell
of
Locently been elected a member of the was arrested before' on a similar money can be paid only when the
legal standing of tlio United Slates
nett took part in a sketch entitled
cust
Point.
Shrewsbury township board of edu- hnrgo but no indictment was family of an exempt fireman is in
OUTINGS FOR YACHTSMEN. '
detective agency and that both tho
"Devilled Crabs," Miss Emma Kiel
cation. 'A largo basket of /lowers found against liitn. In talking to a absolute want, and hence this proagency and Caprio are regularly liand Harold Otten g-avc a sketch en- North Shrewsbury Club Plans Seri
Will Teach at Woodbury.
was
presented
to
her.
The
other
•eporter Recorder Irwin said that vision of Mr. Emliley's will becomes
censed under the slate, laws.
M. Lelyn Braiiin, son of Mr. and titled "Between Trains" and Miss
eral for this Summer.
officers of the association were re- ho authorities aro going to "clean
To Improve Church.
null and void. In other parts of ! M r s M_ L_ E l , l n i n 0£ W a U a c c s t r c c l , Catherine Leonard, Miss Mildred
elcoted.
They
are
Mrs.
Edjiiond
The North Shrewsbury iceboat
ilio town of bootleggers and keep it,i,i s w jn j I r . Embley provided that
A SERIES OF MISFORTUNES.
The congregation of the Little
Tetley
and
Benjamin
Scott
took
j Red Bank, has been engaged to
Neittler vice president, and Miss :lean.'"
his funeral expenses should not ex- , teach science at the Woodbury hiRhi Part in a sketch entitle*1 "One and yacht club proposes to hav^
Silver Methodist church in planning
Aged Llttlo Silver Reoidcnt Injured
Helen Lang secretary and treasurer.
ceed the amount of his death bene- I school the cominK year. At present Sweetheart for Two. • _ Games and several outings this summer. Tha
to rc-docornt^ and otherwiso imfi
f h
Three. Times. '
An address on child training was
A PROGRESSIVE FARMER.
fits in the lodges of Odd Fellows, he is teaching at Westville. He re- rcfrcshmenta wero enjoyed after- first of these' outings will be hold
prove the interior of tho building.
Sunday, June -IHIi, when the boatMrs...George Curlis, an aged resi- )n hand for this work is $26G, of made by Miss Edna ft. Jatho. Joseward.
Harold
Otten
was
in
general
Knights
of
Py
bias
and
exempt
fireL
,,
appointment
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r
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r
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c
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v
o
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n
ahd Hazel Jennings, Jesje Cornell Believes in Having the
men and their friends will gd
dent of Little Silver, suffered n which $115 was contributed by the jl'hino Nestl
men to which he belonged a n d ' frotn the college entrance
charge of the meo'.ing.
Latest Improvements.
of tho school,
by motorhoat down the river- and
broken leg in a fall early last win- Amcricr.n Mechanics. Mrs. Benjn- t w 0 o f t h o .pupils
should in no event exceed the sum tion board of Columbia University
spend the. day clamming, fishing
ter. She had been confined to the min V. King contributed .$50 and played violin solos,
Jesse Cornell of Tinton Falls has p . l i d f n | . „,„ hmmX
o x pe I l s e R of his
Walker to Risk Title.
and bathing. A clanibako will ba
hart his house nnd outbuildings' v i f p , w i,,, ,,,1(1 previously died. Mr. aa a supervisor.
bed until last 'J'luirsd/iy, when she the Woman's club of Little Silver
Mickey
Walker,
the
welterweight
held ami there will be a series of
Keeping Fit in New Jersey.
piped andjvirctl for water and elec-| E n i l ,i,, v
undertook to walk with the aid of contributed $40. From "birthday
v 0 t o hii. t l i r c e s o n s W i ] _
champion,
who
has
been
staying
Barber Shop Rented.
athletic events on shore, including
Every month several thousand rieity. Power for electricity and ],;,„„ p"_ E r a i , i o y > j m n 0 R A'. G.' Emcrutches. A fall resulted and Mrs. bags" $01 was collected.
for
several
weeks
lit
Rumaon,
Now.
Jersey
citizens
write
to
the
a
baseball game, running races and
1 water is sonerated on tho farm. bley and George E. Embley, the
Curtis was so badly bruised and
The. barber shop in Patrick
State Deparlment of Ileallh at M r , C o i . l u , u i a , v i ,
veKetable
shaken up that she was confined to
Kennedy's building on Mnnmouth started training yestorday at his ilig <n war contest. Andrew S,
moneys
lie
would
receive
as
n
death
Mnrried at Town Hall.
Trenton for sonia of its pamphlets
the bed the rest of the day. On the
formerly conducted by Summit camp for his light with White, captain of tho Olivia B.,
storage bouse built on his farm by ] h cl , o fi t f,,im t.hc carpenters' union street,
Miss Gclsomino Settembro of Red on social hygiene.
/
following day Mr:;. Curtis underGeorge Antonidcs, has been rented Lew Tendler of Philadelphia on has charge of the first outing.
These.
Arthur
lounians
of
Oakhurst.
M
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in
forest
in
p;
publications
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Harry J. Quinn, George T, Lilley
took to walk with crutches again Bank and Anthony Pctrelli of Long Ktvo the real facts about subject (ornell owns one of the .lnrgest'; t h o s c s n n s h i a , . h o s t r i f c a , p c n t G V S . to Peter lioccioellato and Joseph June 2d. Walker an,I Tendler will
fight ten rounds for a decision.
and Daniel Harrison, all of Red
nnd aho had another fall, which Branch were married Monday ut the that so many people badly misun track farms in this part of the | t o o L , . These three sons nlso arc to Saranto of New York.
Bunk, joined the club at its iasS
caused her left wrist to be sprained. town hall at Red Bank by Recorder
county
nnd
he
disposes
of
his
pro[
,.
coive
their
father's
had
cs
as
a
e
K
Stop
I
Look!
Listen!
meeting. JIr. Quinn and Mr. Lll.
' Roof Worry.
Everyone likes to read what \Vill duco at Newark, hauling it there fireman, an exempt fireman nnd an
She has since been obliged to stay W. J. roulsnn.
On
account
oti
death
in
family
we
ley are new merchants ill Red Bn'nk,
Irwin writes. In "Conquering an with automobile trucks.
When you re-roof your house
in lied.
Odd Fellow, and each also receives with asphalt and slate shingles, you have for sale a seven-room house Mr. Harrison in tlio graiuhioij of!
Daily Messenger Service.
Old Knem.v" lie fells about venereal
with bath, extra toilet and lavatory,
Charles
\V.
Jones
baa
resumed
his
a
special
memento.
All
the
residue
disease
control.
aro
relieved
of
the
c.instant
worry
Twelve for Yqur Dollar.
•1 Asiiy, tha veteran ioo ;
Knights of Columbus.
messenger Hjcrvico to New
of the estate goes to the three sons, of lire that goes wilh every wooden hardwood floors, electric lights and
"Manpower" is a frank and hnnYou'll get twelve United certifi- daily
State convention ball and recep- .share and sharp alike. William P. shingle roof. Asphalt, shingles nre gas, hot air. heat. • Also garage for man of this vicinity.
York. Orders left nt the Elks' cKt pamphlet on sex life for young
cates with each dollnr purchase nt florae,
tion,
boardwalk
Casino,
two cars, chicken house for iHK)
Asbury
phnrmncy, Knick- men.
WheJan-Cussidy's drug store Friday erbockerChambers
made executor of the approved by Umh'iwriter'.i Labora- chickens, two acres of ground, has
I'ark, Thursday, May 15. Music Emblcv
Aro You in Need of Money?
or at tho Station
"On Guard" tells the younjr wo- furnished by Prof. Harold Stilwoll will. He is ordered to receive $50 tories, lie-root' nmv over your old •17 peach trees, 15 apple trees, 1-1 ' T'.o Investment; and Realty COT*
and Saturday.
Concentrate your pharmacyphnrmncy
will
receive
prompt
atshin-pies.
<!•
M.
Olson
&
Co.,
Atbuying on these days and bring tention. Prices moderate.—Adver- man how to protect herself anil how and his super-orchestra.
quinces, !> cherries, I) plums, abun- porution will loan money oa BUtia*
Grand for'this service; anil lie is also to
to help others.
your list here. You'll get wonder- tisement.
march, Tickets ? 1.00.—Advertise- see to it that the family burial plot lantic Highlands, i'bone C)l,-J.—Ad- dance of grapes, rhubarb, straw- lactory securities. Mortgages and
vertisement.
ful values nn well as double certifiBoys of liinb school a^e, in school me nt.
berries, raspberries, blackberries, commercial paper purchased. Ap.
in
Thimson
cemetery
is
kept
in
orcates.—Advertisement.
or out, find "Iveepiiip Fit" interestgooseberries, currents and aspara- ply liy mail to thu Investment nnd
If You Want a Car Quickly
der and that the graves of Mr. EmDoublo United Cel-tif.cntel.
i"K
and
valuable.
Ewcliro
and
Dance.
gus. Is one mile from station. Ask- Realty corporation, Hod Bunk, N. J.,
and nt a low price look over tho
Friday and Saturday will be dou- ing price $5,211(1. Terms. No rea- or in person t» our attorneys,
Floor DrutlRery,
For irirls of the same URO "HealRed Men':; hull, Runison. Friday bley and his wifo lie supplied with
offerings in The Register's \Vitnt
flowers
on
Decoration
day.
The
ble
certificate
<lays
at
Whelan-Cassonable olfer refused. Red Bank Reilly, (juiim & 1'iir.sons, ovcrv I'rU
Keeping softwood fkioni clean is Department each week. Many are thy,-Happy Womanhood" is offered. evening, May 10th, given by purentone of the trials of tho nverage advertised nt prices that make them
Information of vital importance traelicm' association, benefit of milk witm'siici tn fhe will wero Jean Kos- sidy'.s druK store, coriu-r Broad and Ruitl Estate (,'u.—Advertisement,
dny 'between 1I:()U and 0:00 V. Mf,
woman's life. Relieve this, fitrnin real bin-gains,—Advertisement.
for those about to marry in "The fund. Dancing starts 9:00 P. M. enberg and Leroy S. Tlirorkniorton. White .streels. Twelve cortificutes
—-Advertisement.
given with each dollar's worth of
by lnying a parquet floor, which is
Ritfht to Marry."
Cogan'a orchestra. Tickets no cents.
$25 Reward.
Ui-. Dunn, Sui-f^on Chiropodist.
merchandise bnug-ht on these double
very easily kept clean nnd fresh.
More Nourishing Tlmn Meat.
Parents with very youiiR children Refreshments.—Advertisement,
Auto Polish, Special.
r,o?t or strayed, Dachshund, FriSecond na.i'iiml banIc buildlna1.
(!. M. Olson & Co., Atlantic Highcertificate
days.—Advertisement.
Pure,
properly
Hindu
mayonnaise,
aro
offered
help
in
"Bex
Education
High lustre finish,; Slick Shinn,
day. April 11th; small yellow dog, Red Hank. lloiir.H fr«i/i two until
landH. Phone (il-.r.—Advertisement. Sterns and other auto polishe'i. In the Home"
is a grea"; body builder. Our NaFive-Cent Snlo
«olid col.ii- and crooked legs. Ke- six o'clock dailv. l''or nppoliittnont
Visiting Chiropodist.
Drop n line to the Director of Thuralny, Friday and Saturday of tional mayonnaise, containing only
Large 7f> cents, small 411 cents. C.
iiiru to E. II. I.entilhon, MiddleSaving United Corlificntei?
Dr. b'ranci.s Couku Cnsler will (own, N. .1. Telephone. 7U5-M,—•, rir.j; Red Hank l(ilr\V tluriii(j •
II. Ennis, (M Broad street, Rerl Health, Stuto House, Trenton. New this week. Wo have some real'bar. fresh eggs, host salad oil and highboms or A;ilHii-' i'ark Hill
Of course you live. Then visit Hunk.—Advertisement.
Jersey, ;md he will Bend you any of (rains. Watch our windows. Red est grado siiices and viliegar, is anjmako aptioiutinent.T bv teleithono to Advertisement.
inici.— j\-K'>:rtiiem. nt.
TeleWliehin-Cnssidy's drug store f'rldnv
thes. pamphleta free
Ho not en- Hank Hardware Store,. 75 Mon- ideal fond. Ask for it by name if como to you when needed.
phone
Eatontown
IMOU-M
between
you
want
tho
best.—Advertisement.
niouth
street,
Red
Hank.—Adverand Saturday and make your purFor Lunch.
close. return postage.
Farm on Shnres.
State how
MrtS'(Uei'H<lo D B I I C O
ii:()(l P. M. and 8:00 P. M.—Adverchase:!. Twelve certificates on these
Ou
wish
delicious Bimdwichca nnd
Threpwicro farm to work on many you can use if you
y
i h to tisement.
Dunce.
tisement;
tlnyn with each dollar purchase.— shares; suitable for farm op truck lmiul
fresh salads arc always retreiihiiiK. t o b o held id lli.lfi.nl lirclmiiKO Pr!<
l l
f i d
soini! to fricndH.—AdvertiseThe. F i n f r a c h t
Kinging Society
d
n
y
(ivi-ninc
Miiy :Cld, JHi!-!. Mtldia
Turkey
Dinner.
.Special prices for quantities. AlAdvertisement.
gardening; near Red Hank. Apply ment.
Attention—Fort! Owners.
dorvcil Wednesdays and Sntur- will hnl.l a dnncK Muy l'.Mh, iu t h e i r
periu's 'deliealessen,
^l) Broad l u i n i s b e . l by Hi.i Itlini Hull o r c l i M Trubiu's, fiH Broad slt'cot, Roil
We
have
Atwatcr
Ki-at,
"Hosi'll
h
a
l
l
,
Kridel
buiblinj,'.
¥>M
will
I..'
diys at l.h<! Coxy Corner Tea Room.
Pinnoa nf tlio Hotter Kind.
Tutting Sells Radio.
.Ureet, Red Hank.—Advertisement. t i n . Tlii.-i''i-",iluiiui prize,!. t.omO
Hank.—Advnrtiaement.
n u n , come n i l . - • A r t v e r l l n r m i i n t .
Dirhan'ii l'iiino Shop the house
Inert nnd proven iieUi, Installed Phono Red tlnnlc GdO-J.—AdvertiRe- V;ivt'ii f(ir the best, wntt'/.ers. ^'-'.r>'• and Delco units. 1). A. John:.on
in g-obl will be given as d o o r pri/.e. Co., Auto Electriciann, 17 Mechanic
rnent.
mill
iriinnmti.rd.
Timi)
(inymi'iitM,
Any Tinio You Cnll
noted for selling jilanira of (lie lietAny Time You Cnll
1
Committee.—.
-Advert
iscinenl.
street,
Ked
Hank.—
Advertisetnctit.
lintvatl Mom v ,")i»i>j>»r.
Ked Bank Ml or 140 there'll n taxi
tfli liiml.
.Show room and repair Red Bank 141 or 140 there'n a tnxl tool Tinting Piano Company, 1-t
Call Yellow Hood Tnxi
at. your door within a few ininuten.
T h e H.-i.nmi-cl i b u n h (if !t«>4
shop, Prumiuoml place (rear of nt your door within n few mhmten. Moiimoutli street, Ked Hank. 'Open
Wednesday evening.—Adver- For quick service. Phono 1305. OpF-'hujTB Cleunerl and Fiilinlicd.
I ' i r c u i o n ' s l-'air.
d il i annii.il l l a i l / " f . j
Htnne.'s Taxi and Truckini: Service, Kank
town hall), l'hone Ile:l Hunk IKI.'t. Stone's Taxi and Trucking Service, every
tisement.
posite Iti'd Hank station. Open day
Olil and new floors. M. .Spring- nppnsite depot, Red Bank.—Adver- H o m o nupjicr 'I'liiiindit/ (ivi'iiln^i
A n n u a l fair will be held at. Union
—Adveitim'tnont.
opposite depot, Red Jinnk.—Advernnd niglit. -Advcrfiscnicnt.
luwn c o m p a n y lirehoiise Muy •'II.'il. steen, 4V Spring nlieot, lied Dank, ti.ic/iieiit'.
.Seplenilier t l l l i , 11*1; 1. Ailvurtltxstisement.
Spnrk Pl»([", Special.
phums 1I1HI1-M.—Advertisement
- - —««* • «^~
to J u n o VtIi.- Adverlisi'iiienl.
mem.
Call Yellow Hood TBXI
A-(!-(!ieo spark plucn. threo for
Ai-o Youi- llondllfrhts I'oor?
'
A Now Unauty Pnrlnr.
for qulcli liervici'. I'luiiu: l.nin. OpRtidi
l
$1,110, wliil,. they hi..,l. C. H. Kn<»niii[; i'hlilr tit
If
HO,
tieo
I).
A.
Johnnon
Co.,
Cioillff
S
wiiniiliuft
t
J'
*
i-i5o
A
u
t
o
Cninp.
F o r ii|i|iointiiii'iilii jiliiuie M r s . U a e
posite Heil Haul; stid.icin. Open day
. V. Gregory,
g y , Ii7
i7 lirond streot, niii, (il Hroiul ttrcet, Rcil Bank.—
1'llect.riclans,
17, Mechatiie
Newni'in .Spriairs I'ark.
KveryTry
Newman • Sprinfis Pink. Autu
'Pry Ni;'.vr»iui Mi» Inert
ihv/igDii Wymlis, Mitt lied Hank.
and night—Advurtiaement,
t
Al
cl
A d v e r t i s o n i e n U ., ... . . . ^ , ... ,
, :—Ailvertisuiuout.
[fun, Mv
litiect, Red. Bunk.—Adverliuumcut.
Red Hank.—Atlvertiaemont,
thini; free,—Advertiaeinunt,
A' -''—Advertisumunt.
BED BANK REGISTER, MAY 14, 1924.
Pape Two
AT
MISCELLANEOUS
BEN DAVIS APPLES.
Potatoes, Fresh Eggs
HONEY,
^LISHES,
' MARMALADES,
SWEET CIDER,
.CURE MAPLE SYRUP,
, CANDY and TOBACCO.
'
T H E
SPRAY MATERIALS
MACHINERY
(of Unexcelled Merit).
"Limp Sulphul"
"Kereso!"
"Arsenate of Lead,'
• "Blnck Lraf 40"
"Scalecide"
"Insecticide Soap/'
"N. J. Dry Mix,"
"Kay>o,"
'•Atomic Sulphur"
"Ni«jjaia Duit MixtarCD,"
BEAN SPRAYERS
(One for Every Purpose)
Niagara Duster*,
Bean Duiter»
Bissell Harrowi
Fruit Graders
Died Sprayers
Tiffany "rimers *
Spray Hose
Fittings—Repairs
Boyce Gum, $8.50
"Sulphur"
"B T S Dritomie"
Other Materials Not Listed
GOODRICH TIRES
ACCESSORIES
r
GAS and OIL
J. C. Hendricksoo S Son
ftsiddletown, N. J.
Telephone 798-R. "
Bean Vineyard and Orchard Sprayer
Cut Under Type
Standard 200 gal. Tank
Dealers In
FARMERS' SUPPLIES
Announcing
An Art is do
HOLMDEL NEWS.
Annual Meeting of Baptist Church
|
Held Lait Week.
j Tire annual meeting and election
of officers of the Baptist church
was held last week and an encouraging condition of affairs was reported. The election resulted a3
follows:
Trustees—George T. Jones. Austin P.
Schcnck.
Tcoiiaurer—Chriney S. Hohnea.
Clerk—Hnrolil T. Holmes.
l'innm-e committee—Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. William O.
Thorne, Mrs. William Pitcher, Bert Morr:'j.
Auditing committee—Joseph H, Holmes,
William O. Tfiorne.
Sexton committee—Mrs. Sidney V. Bray,
Joaeph Holmes.
Mu»ic committee—Mrs. Flora Holmes,
Mra. John Sherman. />
Treasurer of benevdlencea^Mrs. Sidney
V. Bray.
Ushers—Harold T. Holmes. Floyd OuIIlndeuu, Frank WnKner, Ilert Moiris.
Manager of home (or nucd fund—Mrs.
William Pitcher.
The Sunday-school elected the
following officers:
Superintendent—Mrs. Flora Holmes.
Assistant superintendent—Rev. John
Sherman.
Secretary—Chnrles Guillndeau.
Trcnaurer—Mra. J. A. Ihincnn.
Librarian—Mrs. Sidney V. Bray.
lowest Priced Car with Balloon Tires Standard
The new Overland Blue Bird! Longer wheelbase,
larger body. Big engine, wonderful power!
Genuine^isk balloon tires with-,artillery wheels.
Steel disc wheels at $25 extra. Come in, see this
wonderful car~»and enjoy a ride.
. Maurice t Schwartz, Distributor
Maple Ayenue, Opp. White St.
Red Bank, l^i J.
Tel. 537
George Curtis attended the statt
convention of women's clubs at At
lantic City last week.
The 60fl club met last Thursday
at Mrs. Benjamin Crate's. Mrs.
Go(T of Trenton won first prize
Mrs. James Taylor second prize
Mrs. Crate the heart prize and Mrs
Irving Iiink the consoation prizo,
Mrs; Golf of Trenton has been
spending several days with hei
daughter, Mrs. William Kaney.
Peter Russak is. putting ou
shrubbery which ho won as a priz.
last year for having the best flower
garden at this 'ilace. The prize
was offered by the John T. Lovet
nursery company of Little Silver
Mrs. Annie Valleau and Mrs. S
nn'^t. Willis are now members o
the Woman's club. The club wil
hold its second, garden contest for
school children. Plants will bi
given.to each child and in the fal
prizes will bo awarded to the
chihlivn who get the best results.
Mrs. Charles W. Ritter •will at
tend the New Jersey state league
convention of Republican women'
clubs at Atlantic City Friday and
Saturday.
_
NEW DEAL LAKE BRIDGE.
Contract Awarded to Dover Boiler
Works for $100,772.20.
The freeholders hnva awarded
the contract for building a concrete and ateel bridge over Deal
lake at Sunset avenue, Asbury
Park, to the Dover boiler works for
!? 100,772.20. This was the lowest
* * I of eight bids opened by the free! holders last week: The Tullcr construction company of Red Bark bid
$102,893.25 and I.ouis J. Sieling of
Red Bank made an estimate of
$106,632.25.
Sheriff VariMater reported an
average of 02 prisoners for April
and
a daily maintenance cost of
27I,& cents per prisoner.
Two bids were received for furnishing pea coal for the courthouss
and jail heating and lighting plant
'in car lots. F. T. Burke;& Son of
JJarlboro offered to furnish the
I coal at $9.00 a ton in car lots and
j $10.40 a ton in Ics3 quantities. The
j Gilbert Combs company of Freehold offered the coal at $10.50 a
ton net.
Farmers are complaining of
losses caused by the wet, cold
weather. Potatoes planted un extra heavy soil and on low lands
have rotted in the ground.
John \V. Hance will improve the
Perry house, which he bought a
short time ago. It will be occupied
by school teachers whu are now living in Mrs. James Patterson's
house. Robert M. Voorhecs will
move into Mrs. Patterson's house.
Mrs. George Thicker returned
home yesterday much improved
from a New York hosptal, where
she was a patient.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Ely spent
Thursday and Friday at Atlantic
City, where they attended the- state
bankers' convention.
Fred Ritter is employed at the
chemical factory at Morganville.
William Sterling has put up a
gasoline tank in front of the Knhafer store, which he bought a
short time ago. Mr. Sterling expects to open a business in the
store soon.
Mrs. Alex L. McClees ir, suffering from injuries caused by a fall.
Edward Johnson has v. neiv Ford
sedan.
MIDDLETOWN_VILLAGE NEWS
Big Missionary Meeting at Mr
Thomas Field's Tomorrow.
A big meeting of domestic mis
sionary societies of Reforme
churches of this part of the countj
will be held tomorrow afternoon a
Mrs. Thomas Field's. Business am
sociability will be mixed at thi
meeting.
Harold Hillyer has opened a road
side booth at Campbell's Junction
whore ho sells the products of hi
Hillhome farm at this place.
Lawrence Conley has sold hi
roadside booth business at the cor
ner of the state highway and thi
Chapel Hill road,to Mrs. Georgi
Hyer of Belford.
Ward Thomas has had hi
grounds on the King's Highwa;
graded and otherwise improved
The work was done by Frank Mor
ris and it has greatly improved th<
appearance of the property.
The ladies' aid society of the Re
formed church held an all-day meet
ing at the library jjesterday. Thej
did a lot of sewing and discussed
plans for a strawberry festival,
At the Reformed church nex
Tuesday night Rev. F. T. B. Hey
nolds of Koyport will give an illus
rated lecture on "Arts and Craft!
of the North American Indians."
The Community club will hold i
sociable iMonday night at the Bap
tist chapel. "The Humming Bird'
is the title of the picture which wil
be shown at tho club's performanei
:omorrow night.
The school attendance is almos
hack to normal, as nearly all the
children who were sick with measle
have recovered.
RIVER PLAZA NEWS.
Visitor at This Place Now a Patient
at Long Branch Hospital.
George Cook of New York was
taken sick last week while here
with his daughter, Mrs. S. Vincent
Willis. Mr. Cook'is now a patient
at the Long Branch hospital.
Mrs. Jacq,|) Markstein is confined
to'the house with sickness.
Miss Mabel Cristiani a.nd Mrs.
DAY IN AND D A Y OUT
Day in and day out, Dodge Brothers
Motor Car serves its owners faithfully and at low cost
This is because Dodge Brothers
""--liav© consistently built their prod-;
net more staunchly than strict
manufacturing practice requires..
:
i
Employing only the finest materials, they have insisted upon an
exceptional margin of excess
strength in every part that takes
a major strain.
The Price is $895 f. o. b. Detroit—$980 delivered
FRANK VANSYCKLE
E. V. HUGHES, Mgr.
21 Mechanic St., Red Bn
Telephone 1296
FREEHOLD—C. H. EvolJ, Manager
Phono
STEIN-HEIMLICH AUTO CO, .
Long Branch, New Jersey
ALL OUT OF SORTS
So Wa» Thi. Red Bank Woman
Who Tells Her Experience.
All too often women accept thei
pains and i'.chca as natural to .tiieL
sex. They fail lo realize that weak
kidneys are often to blame for that
backache, these headaches, dizzy
spells and that tired, depressed
feeling. Thousands lir.vo found new
health nnd strength hy helping tile
weakened kidneys "with Doan's PUN
—a stimulant diuretic. This Red
Bunk ca*e is one of many:
Mrs. I). B. Crispcll, 20 Mount
£t., says: "I suffered a great den
with my kidneys at times. I go
dov.-n with my hack and could
hardly reft day nr night. T.,ha
dizzy spells and nlmept fell over,
Also, my kidneys acted irregularly,
causing me a great deal of annoyance. I u?od Doan's Pills and my
hack was tree from the aches anil
my kidneys haven't troubled m
since except for slight attacks that
Doan's quickly relioye.
_ Trice (iflc. at all dealers. Don't
simply nsk for n kidney remedy
get Dnan'fl Pills—the same that
Mrs. Ci-ispell had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y ''
Wherever Jctmy hind Sang
In America hi 1850 -J
Her art awoke an interest in music which since has
become an integral part of our civilization. Critics
then acclaimed her as the great soprano, calling her
lh« "Swedish NigJrtingnle." And critics now revere
her as-one of the greatest sopranos of all time. And
She was!
Throughout her concert trip in 1S50 shcused a
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and Sanitary
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the bi'St i:i the world.
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And In no small measure did it contribute to hei
success. It shared materially in the glory or her tri—'
umph as today it shares in the triumphs of many*
•artists. Critics then and now acclaimed tlie Chirkering
as one of the really great pianos. And it is!
Uprights
875.00
Grands
1,300.00
With the
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Red Bank, U. I.
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Jenny Lind's Chickering was1the ancestor of yours. It had
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given the Chickering piano the
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through the years.
You may purchase j/our Chickering on tlie Bprobprger Deferred
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RED BANK REGISTER, MAY 14, 1924.
TRAIN KILLS FARMER,
Louit Kohn of Engliihtown Met
Death on Creating Near Home.
Louis Kohn, an iinglichtown
farmer,-waa killed by a train OIL U
crossing near his homo last Wednesday afternoon: Kohn was driving
an automobile and it is believed he i
became confused fohen he saw the
train approaching and stalled his car
on the crossing. Beforo ho could
get out of the machino tho engine
had struck it and carried it 100
feet down the tracks. Kohn's body
was badly mangled, Mr. Kohn was
45 years old and leaves a, widow and
several Bmall children,
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ALL SALES
FINAL
ALL SALES
FINAL
MANASQUAN RECORDER DEAD.
John A. Lonffitroot Died of Pneumonia Lmt Week.
John A. Longstreet of fllana«qunn, justice of the peace, recorder and real estate agent, died of
pneumonia on Tuesuiy of last week
in his 64th year. Mr. Longstreet
was born at Manaequan and had
lived there all his life. Ia 11)03 ho
was a member of tho Mannsquan
basketball team. Besides his wife,
he leaves his father, Andrew J.
Longstreet, a sister, Mrs. Caroline
Goddard, and three brothers, William, Fred and Theodore Longatreet, all of Mnnusquan.
.
ASBURY PARK, N. J.
Announce Commencing Tomorrow, Thursday, May 15ifi
Aibury Park School Head Retigni.
L. A. BuDnhn hr.s resigned as su- i
perintendent of tho Asbury Park !
public schools. The resignation has
been accepted by the board of edit- j
cation nnd the position has been o'- I
(fored to Amos 0. Kraybill of Potts- :
ville, Pennsylvania,' a former superintendent of the schools, at an ay-'
erago snlary of $6,500 a year for
three years. Mr. BuDahn received
a salary of $4,600.
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EVERETT NEWS.
Funeral of Mn, John Kelly Held
Lait Thunday Morning.
The funeral of Mrs. John Kelly
was held Thursday morning at St.
Catherine's church. Tho attendance
was lnrge and tho floral tributes
•were numerous and beautiful. The
bearers were Bernnrd A. Hickcy,
Bernard Warnekor, Bernard Kelly,
Corncliua Toomoy, John Brady and
Patrick McCue. Mrs. Kelly left
four children, John, Frank, Charles
nnd May Kelly.
Willinm Testa of Perth Amboy
Iins moved on tho Eicci form for
the summer.
F. B. Rhone has had a telephone
put in his house.
Mrs. Bernnrd Mullignn arid Mm,
Howard Applcgato of Red Bank
•pent pnrl of lust week with MM.
1'rank Haley.
The Everett bnschnll team went
down to defeat in a hard fought
game ..t Long Branch Inst week by
a score of 12 to B.
John Grant of Rumson spent
part of last week with Theodore
Stilwell.
Jean Cnrton, daughter of Jamo«
P. Cnrton, hag riivovernd from
nienslcB.
I
Mnlnchi Moore, who has boon I
working for tho Public Service)
electric company, is now employed
liy JOBSO N. Beers, a Red Batik
con!, dealer.
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COLT'S NECK NEV"
A New Prefident Elected by ma
Board of Education.
The township board of education
has elected George L. Hancc president to succeed William H, Lcrch,
who moved away a few weelts ago.
Theodore B. Lewis is vice president
of the board and Georgo S. I1.
Hunt ia secretary.
A large automobile truck backed
into Louis Plotklh's icChouse last
week and knocked the building off
its foundation. The icehouse was
otherwiso damaged. It was put
back on Its foundation and repaired by Frank Crawford.
Everett Tower, son of Rev. John
Wesley Tower, is improving from
a sicknes bordering on typhoid
terer.
The fenders on the road in front
of Warren Matthews's farm were
broken down last Thursday night
by an automobile which ran into
them. The autoist who drove his
car into the fenders is not known.
Samuel Hardy moved last week
from Scobeyville to the Mohlmcyer
house at thi.i place, which he recently bought nnd {improved. After
he bought the Molhmeyeriu-operty
he had a garage made on the place
and he will buy an automobile,
Mrs. D. Pery Doyle continues to
improve at tho Spring Lake hospital, where she is under treatment
for pneumonia. Mr. a"nd Mrs. Garret W. Buck and their son called
on Mrs. Doyle Saturday.
Miss Crawford of Freehold has
been visiting Mrs. Georgo Taylor.
Miss Crawford until recently was n
patient at the Long Branch hospital
nnd sho has been recuperating in
the good, pure Colt's Neck nir.
The play of "Aunt Jerusha's
Quilting Pnrty" was repented Friday night by tho women of the Ro-:
formed church of thra place at tho
Methodist church at Jorseyville.
Notwithstanding the bad weather a
Jarge audience saw the performance, which wus very creditably
wondered.
Mrs. David S. Buck and daughter
Miss Edna Buck of Matawnn spent
Thursdny with, Mrs. Warren Matthews.
MiBS Edna Wucbber hns returned
to Jamaica, Lonfr Island, after a
Btay with her uncle, John Beckman.
Mrs. E. M. Mojfatt has her
brother from Florida with her.
Mr. and Mrs, Wnrren Matthews
spent Thursdny with Mr. nnd Mrs.
Lester Perrinc of Hightstoivn. Mrs.
Perrine, who is a daughter of Mr.
mid Mrs. Matthews, gave birth to
iv son last week.
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Pcge Four
league'interested a bus concern in
project. The league has passed
fHE RED BANK REGISTER. athevutc
of thanks to The KeRister
JOHN H. COOK, Editor and P-jblishtr,
GEORGE 0. HANOE; Associate Editor.
BUBlneaa Manager:
THOMAS IBVING BBOWN.
Telephones -Rod Hank 13.
Bed Unnk 1300.
Subtcripllon
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fix roontha •
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Entered lit the roBtoffiro ot Ucd Bonk,
B, J., as second-clasi matter.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1924.
for the aid it gave in this matter.
The Register accepts this with appreciation, hut hastens to add that
the major credit belongs to the Lincroft folks who put through the
project. They should receive a vote
of thanks from everybody between
Ked Bank and Freehold, and if it
turns out, as seems likely, that they
builded even better than they
planned, all the (fruiter glory and
credit should go to them.
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Tin Work in all its Branches
Job Work Promptly Attended To
Thefts of flowers have been unTOWN TALK.
usually numerous thia spring at
Estimates Cheerfully Given
lied
Bank and vicinity. One man
Some of the newspaprrs last week
who
was
talking
about
this
last
told of a baml of hoy scouts in
the northern part of the state who week told of school children steal- j
had made, a crusade against tent ing flowers from his garden afte:
caterpillars. "With poles and oily dark by the light of flashlights.
Sanitary Plumber
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rags, sprnyr-rs nn'l spraying material they sallied forth nnd burned |
is not love of flowers that
cut or poisoned thousands of causes children to do this. It is
"tents" harboring the destructive causes
pure unadulterated greediness and
Caterpillars.
Telephone 609
RED BANK,
dishonesty. Frequently the flowers
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are torn off in such a manner as to • VT7 VT ? • TY YTTTT
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Before the trip was undertaken do more damrge to the plants than
kcouts had gone out and located the value of the flowers themselves.
places whore it was necessary that Branches of shrubbery and young
Radiola Super-Hettrthis work should be done and per^ trees are torn off and other damodyne, teifk Radio!*
jnission had been obtained from the age is done, which shows that the
HOWARD FREY
74 Monmouth Street
property owners to go over their I youthful vandals really care nothlands. Men with a knowledge of ing about flowers.
'trees went along with the hoys and
This condition of affairs is as
idirected and helped with the work
go thnt it was done with as little much a reflection on the public
labor for the scouts and with as schools as it is on the children and
little damage to the trees as was their parents. The old-fashioned
plan of teaching honesty to pupils
possible.
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| has been abandoned and the school
"Do a good turn daily," is the ; program of studies has been loaded
motto of the boy scouts. The boy I down with fool subjects and studies.
BCOUts'who rid the locality where The teachers of today a r e no dount
thev lived of caterpillars certainly as willing to teach honesty and reg
— only
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th rights of others as
lived up to this motto. Not
s p e d for the rights of others .as
did they do a good thing- in burn- were the teachers who. used to do
ing; out and poisoning tho enemies this, but teachers do not have a
of the trees but they did a still chance to do it under the system
more important act in setting an used nowadays.
example for other boy scouts and
Lessons on honesty have no place
folks in general to follow.
in tho present day school curbut instruction along this
The rapid depletion of trees riculum
line would be worth a whole lot
which has taken place the past few more
than
some of the things r.ow
years can only be checked by taught in schools.
The schools are
awakening public attention to this loaded down with all
sorts of exfact. It hns well beeni said
that
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n
"treeless
a dyInBof
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whjch ;
try."
Howcountry,.,
little the value
trees fundamental
and elemental are
is appreciated is shown by the in- cro.wded cut. There would be
difference to the menace of the fewer youthful thieves and
tent caterpillars. Billions of these greater regard for the rights of
enemies of the- tree3 are attacking others, to say nothing of a reduced
the forests of Monmouth county cost in running the schools, if soma
and only in rare instances is any- good old-fashioned education could
thing: being done to fight them.
be brought into modern day schools
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to supplant worthless stuff that i?
Getting rid of these pests is some- now being crammed into juvenile
thing which should concern not minds.
only boy scouts but organizations
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consisting of grown-up persons.
Many present day teachers recogThe immediate benefits which such nize this. Y e t New Jersey legislaa crusade would produce would be tors year by year add new thing3 to
further enhanced by kindling a the work of teachers, which not only.
growing interest in trees and by n take up the time of teachers and
greater appreciation of trees to a pupils, but which crowd out things
community.
that are really i m p o r t a n t ' The
teachers themselves have no power
to change thia condition. They must
In the old days, when a new r o n o w the course laid out for them.
railroad line or a new trolley line And this course is fixed in large
Was started, there was always a degree by persons who have no real
t i g celebration. Today busses in interest in education, b u t who want
many places have superseded tho i t o carry through some of their fool
trolley lines and to a considerable (ijeag and who have pull enough to
extent have supplanted railroads. | K<.aro the legislators into enacting
Nowadays celebrations nre not held their schemes into law.
when a new transportation line is
started, b u t all the way along the
new bus route from Red Bank to
A simple request, courteously
Freehold, through the villages of worded, from the Eatontown township
committee caused
Patrick
Lincroft, Holmdel, Bradevelt and
Marlboro, there is a feeling of quiet Brennan. to move billboards on hia
property further back from the
but intense satisfaction.
road so that they would not obstruct the view o£ other residents.
The importance of tho new bus Things of this kind do not happen
line, linking Red Bank and Free- often. Probably tho reason why
hold, cannot be overestimated. No they are r a r e is because officials
problem today is of more commer- seldom try to get results in this
cial importance tban transportation.
On farms and in factories production has been improved and accelerated to such a point that public
needs are met fairly well, but this
improvement has not been met
with a corresponding improvement
in transportation conditions, either
with regard to passengers or to food
and freight.
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With the new bus line in operation, the transportation needs of
A whole lot of friction would be
eliminated nnd more co-operation
would ensue if thera was less official blustering, threatening and
bluffing. Tho uverage citizen: .is
anxious to make hi3 community a
better place t o live in, but when
threats are used it ia only natural
that the person threatened should
become antagonistic.
Thus the
threats, instead of producing reRed Bank will be well provided for'suits, fail t o produce anything exHO f a r as it is possible for busses cept bad feeling.
to do this. Itusses are now runnim;
in and out of lte.1 Bank from and ;
T h r e a U ar(J w a s t c d Qn m ( m ,jke
to every po.nt ol he compass.
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who have the
best
r o u t e from this town t.. freehold ; i ; . t ( . r eBrennan,
st o f t)u, , o m m u n i t
t W t 16 especially important because it T h e , v . l y t o R c t mm o{ Ms k i n d
affords quick, direct and cboap ac- to do things is to invite co-operacess to t h e county .-cat for those ition by suggesting to them how
who have court bu-im-s.s m: bu-ine.^5 I they can benefit their neighborwith the county r-llicials.
hood. This is only common sense.
It would appeal to everyone except
Yet for some
However, it is not Itcd Bank alone the most perverse.
which will benefit. EMT.V \ illage strange reason public officials often
along the rontc will derive advan- shun this course nnd t r y hy force
t a g e s not only from having a in.-\vjt° accomplish things which tliey
method of transportation but ,'ils'j; <-ouM readily get done by easier,
because land valuer an: Mire to in- simpler and gentler methods.
crease. If the new bus line proven (Town Talk continued on page I I . )
profitable and permanent, nnd there
is no reason to doubt t h a t it will, I t pays to advsrtlse In Tho Register.
it will mnrk a new era in the development of the territory which
adjoins Red Bank on the west.
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The prosperity and well being of
the people in this big territory are
'indissolubly tied up with the prosperity and well being of the town.
Neither tho town nor the farmine;
sections adjoining it can be benefited or daranged without both being
• benefited or damaged, but event*
ore few and far between when the
linnefitfl nre no numerously mid imfiurtliilly distributed m ibey Kecin
likely to be by tho cutablishnicnt
df this new bus route.
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Some of the members of the
Lincroft community IOHKUG started
the movement for the new route
pm] with, tho assintunce of, the
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Back of the
A "Realtor" and His Job.
When you want to buy, sell or rent real estate, see a "Realtor" about it.
W. C. Durant
A realtor is a member of a local Real Estate Board and als,o of the New Jer. sey state association and of the National Board of Real Estate. No one else has
a right to use thia name.
When you deal with a Realtor you are sure of getting a square deal.
1886—Organized the Durant Dort Carriage Company with
capital of $2,000.
1891—Operating fourteen plants in U. S. and Canada
manufacturing 150,000 vehicles per year.
1903—Mr. Durant was asked to take charge of the Flint,
Wagon Co. This company had just started in
to manufacture automobiles but a succession
of mistakes in judgment had made the situation grave and three of Flint's institutions
were involved.
BUICK—The car was called Buick and but sixteen had
been built when Mr. Durant was given absolute control.
• A FEW YEARS later this company was manufacturing over
5o,ooo cars per year. From the proiits of
this concern lie later purchased Cadillac, Oakland and Oldsmobile.
1908—Created General Motors.
Realtors have rules of conduct which they must observe or they get fired out
of their local boards and then they are Realtors no more.
All the members of a real estate board work together to sell your property
when it is put in the hands of one member of the board to sell.
You pay only one commission, but you have every member of the board working for. you.
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The Red Bank Real Estate Board has eight members, so you have eight firms
working for you when you list your property with a Realtor.
These are some of the advantages of dealing with a Realtor.
Buy a Home for Yourself and Family. If it Pays Your
Landlord toOwn Your Home it Will Pay You to Own i t !
1910—Relinquished control of General Motors.
The landlord makes a profit out of owning your home.
CHEVROLET—He immediately organized Chevrolet Motors with jS;:75,oob capital.
As a general thing this profit would pay for your home in ten or twelve years,
19IS—Chevrolet Motors, "with assets of 594,000,000,
gained control of General Motors. Durant
made head of General Motors.
1920—On December 1st he left Genera! Motors.
1921—January 12th, incorporated Durant Motors.
1922—February 15lli, Mr. Durant announced he would
build a small car of modern design culled
The Star.
1923—First year of Star Cars.
1924—120,000 Star Owner«.
4,000 Star Dealers and Service Station*.
STAR CARS are not an experiment—They are the
finished product of America's foremost automobile manufacturer and creator. A creator whose creations are made
to endure.
The Star Car can be" seen and further details obtained of the
Star andDurant Agency
West Front Street and Riverside Avenue, Red Bank, N. J.
The landlord has to take a lot of chances when he builds a house and rents it.'
He must take a chance on the house being vacant at times, he must take a chance
on a tenant doing damage, and he must take chances on a number of other things.
He must put the rent high enough to cover all these things or he will come out of
the little end of the horn.
When you own a house and occupy it yourself you dont have to take any of
these chances. What are chances to a landlord are profits for you!
That's why it paya so well to own a home of your own!
If you have not got a home of your own, see a Realtor about it. He'll help
you get a home and get it for you
right.
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You are always safe when you deal with a Realtpn
•The following REALTORS are members of the Real Estate Board of Red Bank:
AtlAIftE ft SON,
«0 BKMd Slr.uJ.
HAWKINS BROTHERS,
10 Monmouth Street.
HENDRICKSON A STOUT,
69-71 Bro«d Strait.
HENRY F. HYLIN,
WILLIAM A. HOPPING,
4» Broid Strett.
A. L. 1VINS AGENCY
42 Broad Struct.
43 Broad Street.
RED BANK HEAL ESTATE CO*
H. B. PRICE, Pr.,u.Bt,
Sacond National Bank Building.
LAND ft LOAN COMPANY,
NEWTON "OREMUS. P r « . ,
10 Etil Front Strcit.
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RED BANK REGISTER, MAY 14, 1924,
'Call Red Bank 141 or 140
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RED BANK, N. J.
Carpenter "fool§ Stolen.
A kit of carpenter tools valued
it ?75 was stolen from H.-iny (1.
Hcihwanger of Bradley Jiia.-h last
week. The touts liad been lelt in
house, when: i\lr. J5i-i-,\'.:iuv.i'r was
/orking.
EATONTOWN NEWS.
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With Perfect Attendance
Records for a Month.
Pupils with pi-rfcrt records for
nttendiince and punctuality J'or the
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k e p t iiidnor.v ^'. ith : ii'kni-.sH.
K a r l V.'uleott, :nii in' J o s e p h W » l i-ntl, h a s lt-ini i!- 1 frmii Califiiriiin,
wli'-ri' lie : p e n t tin; w i n t e r .
A m o s C o v e r t \r, h a v i n g c e m e n t
w a l k s p u t d o w n e n Ids p r o p e r t ; , ' .
J o s e p h AuiMaek will e a t i - r U d n a
m m i b e r of f r i e i i ' h a'. ';i j i a r t y t o -
nisdit.
.Mr. and Mr--. John
::pi-nl .Suiiiiiiy.witli M r . a m i M r s . A u i;u!-lti«
'uiilliunl.
lmiith
urniU-,
W i n Mil.lml
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JiiDiiiO
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Tnylnr.
o n l,ivitii;.-l.iii,
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3r.
at O e e a i i p o r t ,
back
<l Kt\n
vilh
Warmer
M^r:-". (ii-i>l% r e
at
Trenton,
rural
1l.-ri.rrt
O : i r i-.-n
Williu,,
Ail.i-.l,
Ki.-hIl«i-:.l!..t-
and
l.rwis
!:pf>lif
whero
they
I l i v e r i-. l i u i l d i n r ;'.:i :i(!i!i-
Air-.
A . ! a I,'. N / i f c , r
Charles
lircose
v e n ! ion
of women's
City
./oseiih
dition
lust,
aifeinled
Maz;a
a s li'.in;-;
(•( l l a t o
t h " enli-
clubs
1
ii-oll: -.
T h e sf.o'-il
bark
tilt, v i e w
shi]i
.Values
Worth 79c to 1.00 yd.
50c yd.
3.00
th:t!
All Silk Pongees with printed Checks for dress wear,
fast colors.
54 inch Wool'Flannel
at. f l u 1 r o q i e ' s f
.on
his
lu'.:'-
Tl]'
toMll-
thai:!;i:"! M r .
iUr h i ; co-i.p'ratniii
in
matter.
The
ri-h'
i-huivh
i-luli
Sale Price
had
property
1
yard
Black'or navy all Silk Satin, yard wide, excellent
quality, fast dyes. •
Jio;'-
ciminiit tee, h a s
o f r e . h! f l i t s .
terian
urday
38-inch Silk Mohair, figured and novelty weave,
very handsome fabric.
otx-upy
r n r. i n o t l o n l . y l rill't
e'Miiniit t e e
llr.nnan
line-
I'r.
will
Only one piece of a kind, four or five
lengths to a piece, silk and cotton
crepes, plain color novelty crepes,
woven granite checks, silk wo-Ten
eponge, printed voiles and many others,
36 to 40 inches wide. •
J':
32 inch Imported Ginghams
1 .75 yd. Reg. 2.25 yd.
Sale Price
Pure wool dress Flannel, all the new shades and
staple colors for sport dress, coats, jacquets and
other uses.
c yd, Reg. 50c yd.
One case fine quality, all the wanted colors in popular size checks. They will sell very fast at this price.
o f t!ic P r e s b y -
l i - l i l a i ' : ' k e s i l l ! Ka't-
In r : i ; e
niniu-y
t o l.uild
,oags
a
Harry Diver is having an nibii- t e i r i i - - e : i u r f .
tion built to his house. James llrnv( I r . i e e . I d l i n r - a n d Hi:!. S f n i i h , h v o
lantl i.s ^loinpc the work.
s i - h n n l j i i i i s . e r e nia'kiliL; a r e p u t a Dorothy Warner, daut,'litcr of Al- t i o n a s f a n r y d a M i ' e r : - . T h e y Iicr-bert Wagner, is rick with stomach f o r n i e d a t a n a - : a b l e h e l i l a t R e d
trouble.
j ; ; . n l c - l a : t v.i.'cl-: ; ; ] : ; ! i l l a:re
l.rld^l
Frank Mount is a new employee I ' n r t M - o i i i n o n l h a f e w n i ^ l i h ; p r e nt the. National Ki'ocery company's v i o n •-.
store.
Mrs. O n r j r r A!teri,ls-p of Xo.iv
Edith Johnson, daughter of r.tiui." I'nuidrni'e spent part of hist, wee'e
Johnson, is Kick with snro throat. with her brother, Harry W<-h'olt.
Sale Price
Yard
dots,
good
rare
c yd. Reg. 39c
wide white with various size
also rings and cluster pattern,
quality and much in use—a
bargain.
Sale Price
.. Reg. 1.00
Sale Price
Sale Price
1 Qjj Reg. 1.50
Manufacturer's close out of ruff- Special purchase imported beaded
ling, made of 5-4 and 3 row fine draw string bags in steel, blue, gra v;
val lace in ecru and white. All new and brown iridescent and black.
patterns, for trimming your new
summer dresses.
Sale Price
RED BANK
t Q c Reg. 25c
1 fi§ yd. Reg 2.50
Child's garters in sizes B-C-D-E,
Sale Price A Cc Reg. 60c
40-inch, all pure black silk satin
good quality lisle elastic in white
charmeuse, soft drapey finish, with Complete set for My Lady's mani- and greystone.
(, r-;,.
cure. Sample of Cutex nail polish
good weight and imported dye.
with each purchase.
g«?«':!Sr::vO~3;f«;,raK~M^
Sale Price "JAcyd. Reg. 29c
You know Johnson's
^Floor Polishing Wax '
•—it's used by housewives everywhere. We
wantyou to know Johnson's Floor Varnish,
;
too. Johnson's Varnish is just as good as
their Wax. To prove
this statement we
offer you 50c worth
absolutely FREE.
Use coupon, below.
Best grade of yard wide percales,
white or medium color grounds,
stripes, checks, figures, while one
thousand yards last.
Crepe Cloth Pajamas
Sale Price,
C-B Elastic Girdles
Sale Prico
Sale Price
pr. Reg. 2.00
Bandeaus and Brassieres
Fancy Dress Aprons
Jcyd. Reg. 50c
27 to 40 inches wide, gingliams,
voiles, flannels and many other odd
pieces and short lengths of wash
goods.
Long Cloth
Sale Price
3
1 J Q pc. Reg. 2.50
Yard wide, fine close weave, underwear finish, 10 full yards to the
piece—save six cents a yard at this
sale.
Sale Price
Gloss Silk Hose
Sole Price
Sale Prico
..„
O J c Value 50c
Buy your summer supply from this lot, for
boys nnd girls, laryo Variety to choose from.
Ribbed Lisle Vests
MAc Value 50c
Polly Silk Hose
Salo Prico
1 6 9 Virtue 2.00
Out* ropulai* stock, ovory pair perfect ami 127
MOW rihjulps to select fi'niii.
Silk Undervests
Sale Price Afkcyd.
HMD HANK
Sal 9 Prico
Reg. 59c
Kvory piece m>\V this season, 40 in.
wide, variety of the newest patterns and colorings, very line yarns.
.'
i
(ONLY ONK UHll'ON Au:t'.rn:l> MIOM A1AMHA ,
9m\
n
( | C c Value 1.39
Rihhcd silk uiirtervt'sls; colors: pink, peach
and (irchid Sti'p-ins to mntrlrf
Philippine Underwear
Sain Prico
1 7 9 Vnlur, 2.2.1
Iliinil "Hide uiidonvi'iii'. b e a u t i f u l
designs,
Kowns iincl cnvi'lopi'M. Diinl. mis.-i tliia i i p p o r -
This coupon entitles you to n credit of 50c on the purclinse of
n p i n t , quart, hnlf-Rtillon o r gallon of Johnson's Floor Varnish. Or, thin coupon and 10c i:i |;IKX1 for a half-pint <if
Johnson's Floor Varnish.
_ A
ADDRESS
The widely advertised "Storm
Hero" and "Weather King" umbrellas, made of good quality
American taffeta for ladies or men.
Good selections of handles. Guaranteed not to blow inside out
Sale Price *JCIC yd- Reg. 45c
Excellent quality taffeta moire, 5
to 6 inches wide. All the wanted
colors including the new blue
shades for sashes and hair bows,
also black and white. Should sell
fast at this price.
Earrings
Sale Price A Cc Reg. 59c
The newest in pearl and also in
colored earrings to wear with each
gown, in drop and button styles.
Children's Knee Socks
I - - THIS COUPON IS WORTH 5 0 c . a j
«ttv Broncl
jJQ<= Valuo 75c
Hoso made of rilk and fibre, in all Iho newest
shade?, slight mill imperfections.
1 J O ea Reg. 1.50
Salesman's sample line, every piece;
all pure linen, scarfs and center
pieces, white, natural or ecru.
(» WHITE STREET
2 8 iVJoimioutli Sireot, Red Bank, N, J.
| # g9 Reg. 2.25
Sale Price
JU
Reg. 19c
Fine lawn and Swiss, plain color
sport handkerchiefs, mostly all
have embroidered corners. Exceptional values.
Silk shoulder straps nnd hand taps, slight
imperfections saves you -lo each.
Bring the coupon below to our store and
we will accept it a
a 50c credit on a
pint, quart, half-gallon, or gallon of Jbhn'son's Floor Varnish
Or, the coupon and
10c will entitle you
to n half-pint of John-,
son's Floor Varnish
And Our Own Special Make, with
2 pairs pants
OQc Value 1.49
Made of snteen nnd ginphnms, cretonne and
chambrny trimmed, choice of several new
styles.
Sole Prico
Society Brand suits are YOUR cloth
plus YOUR cut—YOUR taste in both.
Valuo 1.73
Manufacturer's clearance, six to
Solo Prico CQc Value 79c
twelve pairs of a kind, ruffled, with
Wonderful lot o£ newest styles and materials
tie backs, plain hemstitched mar- to
choose from. Dont miss this chance.
quisettes, lace edge, white or ecru,
all 2',4 yards long.
Johnson's Floor Varnish is very easy to apply and has
good body. It dries'dust-free in two hours and hard over
night—gives a beautiful, high gloss which will not chip,
check, mar, blister or scratch white. Has great elasticity—
is pale in color—and absolutely waterproof. Johnson's
Floor Varnish will stand all reasonable tests.
Johnson's Floor Varnish is fine for tables, chairs, furniture,
woodwork, trim, oilcloth and linoleum. It will rejuvenate
the whole interior of your home. Do not: hesitate to use it
wherever a bcciutiful_varnislicd finish is desired.
Cloth 13 of first importance, and we are
proud of our woolens.
Dont worry over your suit because the
cloth is right but the cut wrong or the cut
fine in unbecoming cloth.
1^9
Sale Price
Two styles taken from our regular stock, »11
perfect and any size you want.
Sale Price
Choose Your Suit For Sake of the Cloth.
Society Brand Won't Forsake the Cut!
I 9 5 Valuo 2.49
Beautiful colorings in floral and check designs, .ill nicely nindc.
Sale Price
It pays i® advertise in itse Register
Wash Fabrics
1.79 to
White Novelty Silks, heavy for skirts or sport
dresses., washable, 40-inch.
rnom-',
bilibnai-.ls
lem-eil
Ln \in
l.i.- ( ' l i a r i i - s
l!r.'iiiian,
t h etnwnsbji
the
an nd-
liuiidinu-
a n d b i s family
I'.-ili'ii-h
of
; t At-
i.-: h u i l d i n t :
is r . : , ; e , l
iivin;; 1
J!i-.=.
wed-r.
t o hi:; s t e r e
u:-eil
ami
i'i I l a t . i :•; ;i Ijiirlu'i- s h u | i .
tile
40-inch nil silk Printed Crepe de Chines, variety of
designs for blouses or dresses.
'Actual
pnlir; invn.
Harry
bllildinu'
'' .
3G-inch lieavyweigjit natural or oyster white, all
pure .silk-pongee suiting or coating.
meat
Arthur
in i - b a r ' c .
Suinlay
.7. t-'i-.K|.y.
Tlit h o a r d of-ioiliiciiUnn m e t l u s t
W ( d n t s i l a y mi^lit. a n d i t w a s v i r t u a l l y d e c i d e d tu re-i-IIJJ.;U:C. ;ill t h e
] ri'su'iit t e a c h e r s .
A n e w teachi'i'
v ill b e ellf,'<lj,'i'il f o r t h e cifjltlli
ide in firtler t o en-ilile l'l'i'd ' I .
S t o e l m n n , thi>_ p r i n e i p ' i l , l o ni'-' 1
m e r e t i m e t o tmpei'visine; t h e scSiotil.
Henry
(iramman
is hjuinj;- :i
b u n g a l o w h u i l t t o r h i s o w n •orcup nicy o n Die u l a t e lii|.'bway, o|ipuite Kilv.'ard I'. H e n d r i e k . : o n ' s .
P a l m i e r e Ttininine, Hen of A m b r n a i o T o m a i n e , i:i sick w i t h muni]is.
Call any time and see their Fine improvements.
:he-is
o [ l u r flit h e r ,
W o l e o l I. ii.'ir. o p e n n d
la'itie
Mfj.
In I -
I l n i u
c Mill Sample Piece*
h a s recov-
s i e k n e : : ; aii'l
:.:;.l
A STRAUS SALE is a Sale!
a
w e n t l o t h e f l a l e I r a i n i n g ::r|-,ocl f u r
pHn-
iiiviiiian.
Ilii-ii.
.Mildu.l
I 1 mill
ililmm
liou^ht
Smock
M r . : 11' 1 M r s . . A l b e r t
Uniiiii.
]tfil)il>.
Ill
Cain
' Sale Starts Thursday, lay 15th—Ends Saturday, May 24th
.•|7l'l
ti'iM t o hi--: h e n . c.
Kiuhlli
iriiliM'
J ra
.Vi*.
«"'l
SiniM'k'.
inark.'L
The wholesale business has been poor, the season backward. Mills, commission
merchants and jobbers needed money. We had the cash and made some very unusual
purchases on seasonable merchandise, some of it similar to goods we had in stock, for
about 25 to 33 1-3% less.
v.ith'rcla-
lian
Pictorial Review Summer
Fashion Book and Palterns showing all tlm advanced styles.
iiutoiiioliiic.
Albeila
from
SILKS, $1.00 yd.
At->'orL(;d Chinese prints,
all f-ilk ijon^ee and many
others.
Cily.
Sliinu
t h e store
ward
Cliiule.
I-.il.i
Barns
Gas, Coal
or
Wood
in
Iticl-
( a i lVin-
I
n i n t h
'-red
W.ih-nl.l,
.l«m™
llulii-rt
lluili,
Ilnj.,
Wnlf.
A [ i p l e ^ a I.-,
l l n n y
Malih,
Virlnr
le, An;-,„•„,.],
J-r-Hii.-.-ii
lli'lui
H
.Mi.-s
y l
'IVn-y,
Tilturi,
s o n S[M nl S u i i . l a y
Stinleliaki r
,1,,;,;,
retunu'd
VI-.IUIITIIUI'K
iivei at Atlantic
S.
A]-i>l
bn.i
.Miv. T.uui-s J l r r r i n ' f e
Cballes
. l i , l i ,
Haiti..
Iirtll:ih
.'/..lulu.
Kll.i!
JJ..n,|j-i.-).,i,ii.
Tnylur,
ull.
Mi
Viuillvuiit,
Alien,
.iiid
ibeir
]•
Wnlf.
l-'reehubl,
Mr.
ti-m-l
lt'iiLlli-i-,
[•I
]:ii;i"ii)i
f r o m a visit o f live mniil.hs n t Kilin-
Mi-sh.-rry, l-jl-
M r ; . -I.ian
-Mary
jM.-u-y
\ e.iaii
rniiff.-,
ill1 U i - l l ' . i r d .
I.i-iibier
Ml.,.
Hi,III.
Ki-imi-lh
..•mua,
lliii'iilil
Kulh
I'aiil
Kru.le,
tea.-li.
Helen
with a Household Pearl gas and coal
range. It does wonderful baking while
you do other things
DiiJUmiin.
( I . M . 'IVll.-lt,
Jtic
iMiii-lin,
and Save Fuel
Jiun.'ii
I.t.m ;inU.,
KuUi,
Save Yourself
Hurry
I.ntl",
WiiMi-r.
Ilflh
—
Allj.-i.i-.
K.
C. Pnrkin-
Page Five
Sale Price
,
|
a » «si..••.•KI ecvia* tea ea e a en EH ca ts§
c yd. Rci*. 59c
I'.C) to 40 indies wide, plain and novelty voiles, striped or checked maflraH, white crepo and other good
values.
I unity.
Rubber House Aprons
SMo Pricq
On*
Vnluo 59r.
All ruldier and VUWMT lined work npi on.i, In
pluid;;, eherliJi nnil eolid color.1'.
Sale Price
c yd. Reg. 35c
Hue quality French veiling in all
the new shades and dotted patterns.
Values to 50c yard.
Stamped Towels
Sale Price
c Reg. 39c
Made of good quality hack and
boot toweling, 17xir>, iicmptitcllcd,
plain and hemstitched for crocheting.
Writing Paper
Sale Price O i c box Reff. 29c
Wliiteflcix linen lininh paper in
white urn! colors, 24 MIHICIH and 24
onvcloucH to the box.
RED BANK REGISTER, MAY 14, 19.24.
Page Six
nue between Main and Bond streets
at Asbury J'ark anil plans the erecBRIEF ITEMS OF NEWS. tion
of a six .story hutel containing
1
HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST IN urn hundred or more rooms. It is
unili'i'sliioil the property ,soki for
. MONMOUTH' COUNTY.
$s(i,utk>.
•/
(ALL
FORMS)
X H. Gregory & Son
67 Broad Street
Red Bank, N. J.
Telephone 474
A service that ft it a ins to
the maximum of credit
olely thru careful attention to the Wants and requirements of tho most exacting clientele solves your
problems in the time of
need-
CLEAN UP RUBBISH
INSTALL EFFICIENT
FIRE PROTECTION
Fires are always apt to start in heaps1
of rubbish. Do your share to prevent
fire loss by disposing of them.
Most fires can be stopped in their early
stages by fire extinguishers and chemical engines.
We are agents for American-LaFrance
Extinguishers and Chemical Engines.
Built by the world's largest manufacturers of fire apparatus. Let us tell you
how it will help reduce your fire hazard.
THOMAS' WILLIAMS
Box 203, Red Bank, N. J.
Phone 1049-W
Even Dad Can Play!?
W
I T H , a Y\"cavcr player piano, il doesn't
ma!l<T whi Ihor you've: ever played a note
in your li IV or not. Those wonderful instruments
sire so (•iinsli'iK'I'cd that you run reproduce any
piece you like without a Lit of Hit: lndliodieal,
mechanical sound usual with player pianos. You
can play il ah'.nluldy to please yourself! And
you can si 111;1. t" (| ! I'< >!• llie music rolls to-<Liy are
made with words—words lliat you can follow
note hy uoln'jusl as c.'isily as willi sheet music!
The lone of llie Weaver is round and sweet, its
action quick and easy, its mechanism perfect.
!And in j u s t a minute or Iwo jilnyer can be
cliiinged inln piano, ready lo respond lo tlic lightest touch of your fin»crs.
W e shall IK: glad lo have you eall and try the
W e a v e r for yourself—and learn the easy terms
on which you can buy one of these beautiful
pianos. These terms will buy a Weaver upright,
grand ov player,
A. B. DIRHAN
Drummond Place
Red Bank, N. J .
Personal Notes, Sales of Property, Trolley CATS Junked,
Building Operations, Lodge Do*
The old trolley cars used on Asinga, Slight Fires, Birlhi, Marriages and Deaths—Other Items. •bury P:ul I It lm foi many years
aiul uhiih i i mil d the ToonerSterling Megill of Fiirminijdali', vilh' irulh'y of comic picture fame,
who recently graduated from <i have been Hi i(jpi> 1 l h e old cars
Trenton business college, has taken were t a l m vji tin n last trip
a job as bookkeeper for the A. A, through t i t u t \ I t bat unlay afBrant lumber company at Lake- t i ' i ' n i i u n .
wood.
Miss Margaret Smock, daughter Composer Weds.
Froiieriik W. Vandorpool of Asof.H. W. Smock of Asbury Park,
underwent an opcraion for appen- bury Park, a widl known musici'.l
dictis recently at the S;irii.g Lake I'uiiip'usiT, and Jli.-s Emily liogli:;,
former Mi'tivjiolitan opera soprano,
hcspital.
Arthur Hussc-11 lias given up !ii< wen' married n! Mr. Yiunlerpool's
iK'e la^t Thursday. This '.s
job in John K. Allaire's store at I
Karmingdnle and is now working in Mr. YnmliTponl's second marriage.
Tilum's grocery store at that place. Flower Show at Long Branch.
Joseph P. Johnson has bought a
The Kllrruii hortieutural socii-ty
tract of ground at Bradley Beach will hold iis annun! llouvr and vegend will establish a coal and build- table show in the Liinjr Bn'm-h raing material plant there.
tine in September. tiooixo W.
Mrs. William .M. Smith of Free- Thompson u- in general charge i,f
hold, wife of the county superin- the show. Kdward Kis.*h\ is a
tendent of schools, gave birth to a new nu'inher of the society.
daughter a few days ago.
Hospitnl Equipment Given Away.
Fred Brown has been chosen
The I lea! eommissioners hist week
president of the Wesley fire, com- decided to give the borough's share
pany of Asbury Park to succeed of the equipment in the isolation
Jesse. Clayton.
hospital erceted during the infantile
Donald ('. Butcher of Freehold paralysis epidemic a few yevrs ago
has incorporated his real estate and to some institution. Long Branch
insurance business with a capitat and Deal littilt the hospital.
of $50,000.
Russell Miller has bought the Belrnar Expressman Fined $40.
bowling alley business and propWolcott Pearce of Belmar, r.n
erty at Manasquan owned by I. B. expressman, was lined $40 and
Osborn,
costs last week by;\ Justice of the
Louis M. Wolt of Manasquan has (Peace Fred Winters of Spring Lake
bought a Ford sedan and a Ford for altering his driver's license and
runabout from the Howard Height for driving a trailer without a regagency!.
istration license on it.
William R, Tillman of Manasquan will build a lifeboat for Hospital Auxiliary Election.
The Spring Lake, hospital auxilBradley Beach borough at a cost of
iary at Matawan lias chosen Mrs.
5250.
Ethel T. Schcnck president, Mrs.
Earl Dix has been elected super- FraVk S. Cottrcll and Mrs. George
intendent of the Freehold Baptist 1!. Daviion vice presiil'-'uts, Miss
Sunday-school to succeed H. E. Tay- Arline Pose seeretary and Mrs. L.
lor.
E, Davies treasurer.
Mrs. Emanuel Stern of Matawan Dins more—Emmona.
attended the convention of women's
IMiss Violet Dinsmoro of Oakclubs at Atlantic City last week. hurst
and William Enimons of Long
Miss Anna Sherman of West ['ranch - were married recently at
Long Branch 13 a scrgical patient New York. The couple will move
at the Long Branch hospital.
to Jersey City, where Mr. Em.A birthday surprise parly was mor.s \A ['imneeted with an automogiven last week for Miss Gertrude bile, sales company.
Dillenberg of Long Branch.
Against Railroad.
A daughter has been born to Verdict
A jury at Freehold last week
Mrs, Everett Newton of Hampton awarded
$1,000 to Alexander Silavenue, Long Bancli.
Mrs. S. P. Thatcher is visiting vers of South Anihoy and $2,500
to his daughter Bella as the result
friends at Boston.
of a collision of a train and an
Former Freehold Resident Dead.
auto truck at Cliffwood a year ago
Frank Jackson Conover of New last September.
York, a former resident of Freo- Deal Names Public Square.
liold, died last week in his ij3d year.
Deal borough has named the.
For a number of yer.rs he had been roadway
wheru TCoscld, Riehmonil
connected with Sinclair & Valentine and Norwood
avenues come togethInk Co. of New York. He is survived by his wife, Grace Huxlortl, er Durant Square :n honor of Mrs
and a brother ami five sisters, they W. C. Durant, who gave the borbeing George B. Conover, Mrs. ough land on which to erect a borCharles Emmons and Mrs. Herbert ough hall.
Vanderveer of Freehold and Mrs.
(Continued rn next t»age.)'
Henry Wyckoff of Asbury Park.
' She doa not dread getting supper, for it is easy with the Florence Oil Range
How much of your time
do you spend in the kitchen?
G
ETTING meals may be slow
drudgery, or it may bo done
quickly and in comfort. It nil depends
on your stove.
If you Want to know iust how easy
cooking can be, go into a store and
see how the Florence Oil Range works.
This is the -way of it
The Big Burner
The heat in the
FloreHca burners il closo up
under tlio cooking where it is
Touch a match to the
Asbestos Kindler and in
a few moments you have
an intensely hot, blue
flame. It is easily regulated to any degree of
heat. The flame is close
up under the cooking
and docs not heat up
the metal of the stove;
the heat docs not spread
out into the room. Food
FLORENCE STOVE COMPANY. GinDBEB.
installs the
OIL RANGE
T
HERE are only a few
more days left to tako
advantage of this Special Sals,'
The total price is only/
Epworth League Election.
The Epworth league of the Mata- ATLANTIC CITY $3.75
wan Methodist church has elected
and return
Carl Neu president, Mrs. J. F. Heil- NEXT SUNDAY and JUNE 1 and JUNE IS
enman, Miss May Stootoff, Mi^s
Leave Kcd Bunk Sj.OO, A. M.
Olive Ellison and Miss Edna Smith Tickets good only on special train
vice presidents, Preston Jones secdate for which issued.
retary, Miss Evelyn Wright treasEastern Standard Time Shown
urer and Miss Edna Smith pianist.
NEW JERSEY CENTRAL
Steward—Sabine.
Miss Margery E. Steward, daughter of Mrs. H. T. Steward of En,<rlishtown, became tho bride of Carl
A. Sabine of Massachusetts Saturday night week. The ceremony
was performed at the Sanford Memorial church at Englishtown by
Eev. J, Wan-en Rose.
j
$27.95
You pny !)!>c with your order,
we connect the heater to you*
present rnnKe. boiler rendy
for service. Tho balance ia '
payable in monthly payments
of $2.25 with your gas bill.
Perfect hot water service. No'
coal to shovel. No ashes to
remove. Just light the eaa
and the water is heated in a
jiffy.
Order your Pittibure L I O N
now before it is too late.
V
Guest at Pennsylvania Wedding.
Miss Edna Heker of Matawan
attended the wedding of her cousin,
Miss Leora Walz of Overbrook,
Pennsylvania, to Paul Kendall of
St. Louis on Tuesday of last week
at the bride's home. The bride's
Ma do of Steel that looks
mother was formerly Miss Sadie
like wouil at lower prices.
llciser of Matawan.
Phone or Write for
Freehold Fire Election.
Catalog.
The Freehold tire department has
J. H . W H I T E
chosen Adrian E. Moreau president,
Forrest Hulsart vice president, Jo35 W h i t e Street
seph S. Thompson secretary and
Red Bank, N. J.
treasurer, Percy White chief engineer, Alvord Palmer iirst assistant
chief and Thomas S. Potter second
assistant chief.
Loss"in School Money.
Monmouth is one of the three
counties in the state which show a
0S5 in the school money received
from the state this j'ear, the loss to Bad Caseof Woman'slllness Remtlii3 county being ?-l,77fi.u8. Tin;
increases in other counties are due edied by Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound
to increases in the valuations of
railroad property.
•.-;.-•:' 1
Consolidated Gas Co. of
New Jersey
f
of ifs 1924 models,
all production records
including' it's own,
for the manufacture
St. Louis, Mo.— " I had such a bad
case of female trouble that I could
Freehold Girl Wed«.
not walk because;
Miss Mae K. Wyckoff, daughter
of the pains from
of Joseph M. Wyckoff of Frceehold,
inflammation. My
.vas married Saturday week at her
back was all done
home to Melville J. Badglcy, Jr.,
up. I could hardly
of Long liranch. Rev. E. 0. Conbend, could not go
up stairs because
over performed the ceremony. Tho
of weakness, and
coupln went to Canada on their
no one' could possiwedding trip.
bly bo in worse
shape than I was.
New Fire. Chief.
I havo taken 12
Lester Rogers has boon elected
bottles of Lydia
chief of the iiradlc-y liencli lire deLM'inkham's Vegpartment to succeed .Mason SutU. etable Compound, and I am a strong
George Sliafto was elected first as- woman now and can work down any
sistant. Tho only contest wk'i for of my neighbors. They wonder how
second assistant chief and in this I can do tio much work. I dare Bay
I have recommended your mediHarry Fram-in was clcdeil over Wil- that
cine to a thousand women. A little
liam Johnson.
book wa:> thrown at my door, and that
bow J first learned of it. "—Mrs.
Frank Muldnnn of Freehold was ia
D. M. UKAIICIIAHP, 110-1 Morrioon
fined yj,ri last week for maintain- Avenue,
til. Louia. Missouri.
ing a gasoline tank'in front of liivi
like this hrinpjout the merit
store, without a permit, Mr. Mul- of Lcttern
I.ydia E. I'inldinm'a Vegetable
loon lias appealed the fast", claim- Compound. They tell of the relief
iig tin- lank wa'! in before any hr- from uuch pairm and ailmcnti ttftor
linn'ncc; against, it was passed am! taking Lydia E. rinkham'a Vegetathat the tank belongs to nn oil ble Compound.
I n a recent; rrmntry-witle onnvlflB
company.
nf pun-husen; nf l.vdia !•:. Pinkhiim'a
A'egetabte ('i,nipuiuii|, !'S o u t of every
New Hotel Planned.
Isnnt: Hergrr has bought the 1(10 rejinrt they WITH lienolltod by it's
.Wincklcr property on Mattison, avo- U«c i o r salu by dniggioto uvorywlicrc.
can be baked, boiled, roasted, or fried
quickly and well on this modern range.
The vapor from kerosene is what
burns—a cheap and plentiful fuel.
The flame is a gas flame. It does not
burn from a leick.
You know what it would mean to
you to have no shaking to do, no
ashes or soot. But until you see the
Florence you may not realize quite
how good-looking a
stove can be, with satiny
enamel, against a j e t
black frame.
See the Florence Oil
Range at department, FlorcncaLtvelcr
furniture or hardware Attached to eteh
stores and ask the man leu of the itovt,
this deviw enin the store to show you ables
you to u t
the exclusive Florence tho stove lerel on
an uneven floor.
features.
ntotor
cars
HL; Li. Z O B E L
Monmouth County's Largest Automobile Distributor
Red Bdnk, N. J.
Telephone 955
Sea Bright, N. J.
Telephone 90
SHERIFF'S SAI.F..
By vlrtua of a writ or (1. fa. to In*
directed, innucil out of the Court of Chancery of tho Ktnta of New Jersey, will Irt
cxpoicil to nale at pulilic vemlue on Monilny, the second ilny of June, 11)24,
letweon the hours of 12 o'clock nnd 6
'clock (nt 2 o'clock ilnyliglit RHVIIIII time),
n th« afternoon of puid <!ny, lit the Court
House. In tho ilornuch of Frcehnhl, county
f Monmoutli, New Jersey, to satisfy a
decree of nnid Court, amounting to «proximntcly SO,ZOO.00.
All thnt oertnin piece or parcel of land1
nd premtilen hereinafter particularly defierihod, sihmtc, lylntr nnd being In th«
Township of Shri-wiiliury, In the County of
lMonmmMli nnii J^itn!• • of New Jorncy. Beginning in the. iniililie of the pulilic road
llnir from Nev/man rlnrlnirx to Tinton
_.!J, In the went lino of tho farm helonging to the e»tnt" of Conrce Stevens. <leeeaiied; thenen (1) north, fifteen minutes
east, ns the mnr.netic needle pointed Feb.
. DOS, nlnnjr the » r a l line .if nnid fnrm
fifteen hundred 'i\n<l twenty < l.r.20> feet
four (4) Incho'i to the south linn nf a trnct
3f Innii In'lonirinp to one VnnSchoIck;
thence (2) along nnld, line ninth, elirhty•Igllt <B») deirree. went, neven liunclreil
•nil (Ifty-cleht (7BS) feet lo the ennt lino
of Inndfl hetoiurimr to one T.clirMon; thnnca
(8) nlonir ftfll'l lino nnd tile enHt line of
other innilM nouth, one ( I ) degree nnii
rnrty.ftvff (•!!•) minutep wi-il. firtecn liunIroil lind iwenly-eli-M (I.TiliB) feel to tho
nlddlo of the oforeanld pulilie road: thenca
4) nlonir the mltlille of iwilil ronrl north.
ilKht/-«cven (S7) ilcureei nnd thirty (JO)
nlnutcFi ea*t, floven hundred hnil nlnely• ven (707) feet RIK (I>) inchen to the
ilnce of licglnnlofrCoiitnininir twentylever (27) nere« nnd twenty.nit lmii*
lr»ilth« (2(1-1001 of nn nrrc, more or l e x .
Being Inteiuleil nn the Hiune land And
irrniidefl conveycrl to the mild' (leorg*
I«nvr hy Poohln K. (Ihureliill nnd I.e.trr
B. Cliurehlll her IniiilmiMl. liy .l.-ed of «ven
ito herewith, mid not yet recorded,
Helneil BH the property of llrnlnniin RUw,
t nl, tnken in execution nt Hie milt of
lophla K. Clmrclilll. iin.l to he .old by
JtlllN II. VANMATEH, Silirrlff.
)«t«il Hny r,. 102-1.
ohn B. Appi'Knti' * Son, nnllcltcirl,
(•(« linen -fill.Ill)
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ACCOUNT
Kitnte of Trovone II. Ilrowei, ileeei.ed.
Notlco ™
I IliTfhy nlven thnt the nccountl
f the milini-rlliei/i, nilinlril»lnit.,r» of thn
• tut,, of nnlil <!crt<:iieil, i-.ll h>. HU-1II.-I1 m i l
tntei! hy tile liunoitnlH uf the County of
Uonmoutli oml rrtmrleil for »ol llemi-nt tu
the Orphnni (?ourt of miid t'oinity, ml
Thuriilny, the twelfth ilny of June, A. II.
11)24, ..L whlel, time i,|,|,llriitliiii will l,n
nade for the nllownnre of eotiuninMloni Anil
ounarl frrn.
Dalml April HO, A. I), 11121.
MAIIK1, T. HltOWKR,
i.Ml/.,
CI.IITOIU) 11. UHOWUH.
RED BANK REGISTER, MAY 14, 1924.
Page Seven
Alvord B. Palmer is first assistant 'rom his bicycle last week find for a stay with relatives in Eng- J. C. 4 G. A. DELATUSH,
and Thomas Potters second assist- sprained hh wrist.
.
land.
Aiwiinmm
Koow 1 7 . Elshur
Illtln.,
«m\ linn . N, 4,
ant.
Against Consolidation.
Bowlers Chose Officeri.
(Continued from last page.)
Firemen Holj Smoker.
The city bowling leaguf of Loni; WILLIAM E. KOSTER",
w
"
The voters of Millstone township
Mrs. May L. Klrby, wife of Wil- Thu Long Branch firemen's re- ast week voted agr.inst the .plan oE nraiidi lias rhosi;n C. A. hYiil pr.-sI'C1IIMSI:I.I.<I1| AT LAW
Nvw J » t . . r ,
iam L. Kirby of Long Bench, died lief r.aaociation held a smoker and building two new schoolhuuscs to ident, Htanluy Berrien Ken-etury , N;,« V'.rk.1
K {'."nT,". "
»U«.,U»NI1I,1,I.,,^
if blood poisoning last week at sociable last weeic in the Phil Daly replace MX smaller or.es r o w beiiii; and Loui.s Woolley [reai-ui'er.
;he Hazard hospital. Sho was 44firehousc. Isaac Stein wa3 chair- used in t h e township.
M. K I L T L E Y ,
"
Grand J u r y Foreman.
NDIAIIV
I'lUll.KJ
ears old. Besides her husband, the m.-.n of the refreshments commitHprbert VV. Cooper of Lnru^
unil OdMMIKSI'lNKIl OF DEKIm
Bowling Alleya Sold.
is survived by her parents and five tee.
Ri'anch lias been m:id<! foreman <>'• 7 l 1 :'IVil,.,-. « , . „ „ Slmwl.
" " " : '"-'.
lt«-.l linnk. N J .
;hildron.
I. B. Of-hqrn Ims sold his bowline the invalid j u r y f o r t h e M:iy term
Free Delivery at Seagirt.
UK. HAROLD J. STOKES.
til'
court.
alleys on South .street at M;uiasquan
Pied in Her 81 at Year.
H K N I ' A I . SIJItCKUN,
Free delivery of mail will be to Russell Miller, who will n-mod"l
Mrs. Harriet S. Young of Lone started at .Seagirt on May iiuth. .he building and make other im- Chautauqua at Freebold.
A i-XTk-.s of Chautauqua enti '•Branch, aged eighty years, widow One carrier will be employed nt the provements.
tainm • nts will be (riven nt Kn:ehn!d
Edward F. C. Young, died last start,'and n morning and afternoon
from June 17th to .June ^3"d.
iveek. Her husband, who for many delivery will be made daily.
Better Firo Protection.
flKOKGF. McC. IAYLOR, C E,~~
ears was president of the First
' W i ' l ' l . i I ; I I ; KNC1KKKU
The Neptune ci'.y council has South Belmar Now a Borough.
Aibury
Park
Has
85
Graduates.
(,['.{1. i : : , C I N K i ' . i i mvi H U i t v i ' : v o i i
national lank of Jersey City, died
rated
to
install
addition;!!
lire
hyRy a vote of lii-l to 11', a nni- "'• " ' • ' ' " • I ' ' - " ' " .
The
commencement
exercises,
of
f t ' J l l n n k . H. } .
in 1908.
he Asbury Park high school will :lrunts in tlic borough and fo buy poMiinn to make Kouih Helmut" a RKILLY, QUINN & PARSONS. ~"
•ubber
boots
and
coats
f'ir
the
fir'jborough
was
carried
l;i:-;t
uvok.
''IJII:-;.:!-:i.UJULI ,\r Lttvi.
ie held Friday night, June 20th.
Fire Near Farmingdale.
W liitlii-l.l li'iil.li,•:;.
n,.,| Hsnlt.
Fire wihch started in a woods dc- iighty-five pupih arc in tho class. nen.
•I'M, .1 (juinii.
'rli.'.«l.,n- n. I'srsuiK.
itroyed the old house and storage Marriod in Arizonia.
Hotel Properly Sold.
JOIIN ;;. APPLEOATE & 3ON. "
luildinga on the old Heialey cranThe Ueei'ni'iiit hotrl property on
C o l i r J S I ' I . I . O I U A T LAW.
AW.
Miss Mary E. Elder, a graduate .'"ourth
IlrooJ
U."l'!
U l !
H M l h K,
Il
ierry bogs north of Farmingdaie nurse
avenue at Asbury Park h,as
HF.lJ HANK, N._£.
at
th<»
Spring
Lake
hospital,
Monday of last week. The house and George F. Jackman, were mar- been sold V Mrs. Sarah J. Kree_£
WILSON & SMOCK,"""
~~"*
tad not been occupied in several ried atTliuenix, Arizona,! recently. :nan o£ that place. The building
COIINSKI.I.UHS AT LAW.
ias 75 rooms.
•ears.
IIF.'O HANK. N. J .
Ofnri^:
10
I!:nr
Front
Sn..rt.
Death of Young Wife.
Visiting Washington, D. C.
Koyport Club to Receive Charter.
ALSTON BEEKMAN, ""*
"
Mrs. Violet Hopkins Burke, wife
I'OIiNKMI.LOK AI' LAW.
Tho Slats (van high school gradThe Kcyport Kiwania club will f Norman Burke of Smithbur^,
OIV.T.. U) Itrniul St., HED HANK. N, 3.
uating
class,
comprising
ol
pupils,
•eceive its charter at a banquet to died last week at the Spring Lake
DR. W. M. THOMPSON,
~~"
spent part of last week at Washe given next Tuesday night at the hospital. She was 21 yeurs olrl.
1IKNTA1. .SIJltf.KIIN.
ington, I). ('.
Reformed church house. Robert J.
Cil N"i't'l Hank l:ili!.lili l: .
llcil Mnnk. N. J ,
_ I'.J- .•1'lmmi<I,.|v.l.
_
i l o u r s «-5.
Kendall, district governor of the Fire Chiefs Re-elected.
Asbury Park firemen last week re- Sailed for England.
D. COOPER,
Kiwania clubs, will be the principal
j Tel. Rumson 320-M.
| GEORGE CIVIt,
Mrs.
William
Gustason
of
Long
KHCINKKIt.
peaker and will present the char- elected William Taggart chief, John Branch has sailed ou the Aquitania
SurcMm.r 1,, fi^orito Cooper, n. E.
Schneider first assistant chief and
1':,M,T. ,,;,_ lln_ilclin|'.___REp DANK, N. I .
ter.
Michael Ryan second assistant..
GEORGE H. ROBERTS,
Gilroy Re-engaged ae Coach.
CHAHUATi: AlICTIONKEIl,
Ralph C, Gilroy, former all- Asbury-Trenton BUB Line.
Pe'liri'M' or Cnt'lo .Stock, Farm Hn.» n. Pe»»
A
bus
line
to
run
every
Sunday
• on.il Propprly. M.'v» Monmoutli, if. J.
American halfback, has been re'IVI.'phiM Mlilillotown 27B-M.
engaged as physical traininig in- between Trenton and Asbury Park
GEORGE K. ALLEN, Jr., C. E^nJ
structor, football coach and athletic will soon be started by the Central
GEORGE F. RANDOLPH, C. E.
director at tho Asbury Park public transportation company.
CIVll. KNniNEERS AND SUUVEVOnS.
schools at a salary of $3,000 a Buys Hotel for Lodge Home.
r.n UrnivJ siraft. riprl Dimk, N. J.
year.
The McKcnna hotel property at
JAMES A. HENDR1CKSON,
C01INKEIJ.0R AT LAW.
Long Branch has been bought by
Married at New York.
omccsi 103 Ei.it Front Btrmt, Hcd Bsnk,
|i"ol. _Ilnl Dnnk^Ml^r^
Miss Bess' Schoendorf of Asbury he Columbus club as the home for
tho
Long
Branch
council
of
tho
Park, formerly of Long Branch,
JULIAN J . DAVIDSON^
"*
Knights
of
Columbus.
I'.KAb
KSTATK
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
and William B. Kirach of West
llriom 10. nnvidaon Bulldlns.
Baby
Snow
at
Hospital.
End, were married recently at New
TlF.D_n^lNK,
NEW J E H I I B Y J
A baby show was held at the
The man who likes his work and does it
York. Mr. Kirsch is engaged in Long
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.
Branch
hospital
Monday.
"Notice
iu
hereby
jelven
that the annqal
the real estate business at West The show was open to ail babies
well, gets great joy out of it.
nU'rtinK of the shareholders of the CltiEflns
End.
lIuiMinii nnd Loan Anoclntlon will be htld
born at the hospital.
He realizes the value of saving and puts
on Tuesdny. May 20. 1024i at seven o'clock
A Soldiers' Memorial,
?. M., nt the ctHc<: of the Asiociatlon »%
something in reserve every week for an
tho .Second National Hank, Bed Bank, New
The Farminffdalu post of the Hotne from Florida.
Jtr^ey, lor Die purpose ot ejectlnar flv« d l MT\
and
M"3.
R.
II.
Vreeland
of
emergency.
rec'.or*. whoHe termi expire, and for t h «
American legion is making plans
traiianction of ^ucli other business na n s y |
for unveiling a monument in honor Manasquun have returned from
come before tho meeting.
Your account is invited.
Florida,
where
they
had
been
soA. ALVIH WHITIN8.
of the men of IIowcll township who
8eer«ta«y4
served in the World war. The un-journing since last fall.
4 % Paid on Interest Accounts
Br.l Hunk, N. J., April 15, 1.021.
veiling will take place on Memorial Danger Signals at Freehold.
Compounded Semi-annually
Danger" signals #h:\ve been inday.
itallod
at
the
Pennsylvania
railroad
Seagirt Camp Opena June 1st.
radlral AnUyourDn
<lhUehtm-ttr • l>i«man.
,.
The stato camp at Seagirt will crossing on Main ami Tliruckmorton
I'lIU In Bed >Qd U*14 tn.UilloY,
• • with Blue RlbbooA
open Juno 1st. Major General streets at Freehold.
Boj
Quincy A. Gillmore of Atlantic
FREEHOLD.N.J.
Samuel G. Woolley of Long
City, commander of the 44th diviI "0* B ye»nknown«B
ITS MOTTO-SERVICE
sion, will maintain a headquarters Branch, who recently recovered
SOLD BVDRUOQISTSEVERYWMERt
there from June 5th to August 23d. from an attack of plouiir,y, fell
BRIEF ITEMS OF JEWS.
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Paroled from Stato Prison.
Leonard Fcrferoro and Samuel
Katz, two Monmouth county inmates at the state prison, have
been paroled. John Reid, also of
Monmouth county, will bo released
from tho state prison Juno 1st.
Lodge to Build Home.
Plans are being drawn for a new
lodge building to be erected by the
Spring Lake lodge of Knights of
tho Golden Eagle at a cost of $25,000.
Tho building- will be 50x90
feet and two stories in height. •,Maspna Celebrate.
The second anniversary of the
Spring Lake and Ocean Grove Masonic lodges was celebrated with a
reception in the Spring Lake lodge's
rooms last Wednesday night. Over
300 Masons were present.
New Paitor for Avon.
Rev. A. G. Graham of Holloway
has been, engaged as pastor of the
Avon Baptist church and will take
charge next week. Rev. M, V. McDuffie of Asbury Park has been
acting as supply pastor.
Congregation Elects Officers.
The Congregation Brothers of Israel of Long Brnach lies elected J.
H. Wolf president, Elias Stolliar
vice president, Elins Reznikoff secretary and Benjamin Glass and
Harry Shapiro treasurers.
Buys Another Farm.
Surrogate Joseph L. Donahay has
bought tho Dr. G. W. MacMillan
farm, of forty , acres at Ardena,
which is being operated by Lester
Barton. The farm adjoins Mr. Donaliay's present farm.
To the lay motorist a gallon of
Farmer's Sudden Death.
George C. Elandford, a well
"Standard" gasoline oSers a very pracknown farmer of Allentown, died
sudenly of heart disease at Trentical standard of comparison in motqr
ton last Wednesday week. Ho was
55 years old and leaves a widow
fuels. It is easy to apply and easy to
and two daughters.
get. You can always make s$:e of getHer 84th Birthday.
A dinner party was given last
ting it by simply asking for it by
week by Miss Laura Conoyer of
Manasqunn
in celebration of tho
name.
84th birthday of Mrs. James M.
Maxwell. Mrs. Maxwell is enjoying, good health.
Died at Hospital.
(New Jersey)
Leonard Simon of Deal died at
tho Long Branch hospital lust
Thursday of Bright's disease, nged
D2 years. Ho had been employed
at a gardener on several of the
e3tates at Deal,
Play by Junior Club.
Two plays entitled "The Kleptomaniac" mill "The Return of Deborah" will be (,'ive/i next Wednesday night in the Long Branch high
school'auditorium by the Junior
woman's club.
A definition—
Buys Asliury Park Hotel.
"Standant-a baaia ot
IVIi;;so!i lluth and Margaret A.
comparison; degree
Hutton hiivo bought tho Florida
o! excellence, etc"
—Coacln OxJoid
Imlrl property nn tlio south side of
Dictionary
Seventh nvrnuo at Anbury IJark, It
s owned liy MM. Mary IS. ApnleMade in New Jersey, at Bayonnc and Bayway
gp.te.
Adding to House
Thomas (ilcnuon is moving hii
IIOUKO on Soutl fltreet at Froeholc
mid will build a four-room nddi
uf HcrtliM T-. Chmlwlrk <rnrmt>rly tlfrthn
Monmouth County SiirrogRta'a O(flc«.
tlcm 1o II. Ho will nlso build i
In tho mutter of th« ratntp of licrtlm I*. I,. Ulouk), ilertniiail. notlca U \wU-hy frlvoi,
UM' crcilltnu t>f »nU\ iW-L'itBoil tn rxhlhU
fuur-room bungalow on tlio prop
Cliailwlok (formerly Ilertlin L. Ul«cl<), to
to the n u line ri lit1!1. mliiiiiilHlintor nn nforuttii'ir tli'lits mi11 ik'nmmla nKttlnttt the Vo children a n nlirol of meV«r.w Wiifra orty.
Notice to* credlton. to present cinlms »nl<!,
Dftld
etiintc,
itmier
nnth,
within
nix
mmiOin
Mrs ll,,,i!,jir<.fi>Ui>VTo!,il' JUSVJtli JMJJ.H,
•gainst estate.
tlio <l»to of tho nCorcniilil nnler, «it Jmpiln nrnrvltr and enormous coat of Freehold's Fire Chief.,','
Purauant to ttie nr<ler of Joncph h. l>m>- frorn
tiny will Im fnrcvor Imrri'd of their nc- (SANTONIN. It c o n t a i n rull iatr.
Sloo.|
•Itir, Burrnsitt* of the Count/ of Mori- tliinn
Percy i\. Whiln'was cloctoil chief
thnn^ur
nBnltnit
tlio
nnid
miltm-rlbcr.
•txlr ycnrV irn. Bold «T«rrvrht>r« or fey
mouth, nrnda on tha twenty-Hrst day of Datvd KrwhoM. N. j u April 21, 1D24.
of the Freehold fire department nt
mull, SOo » bottle.
•
"prilf 1624, on th«ftppllcntloiiof (iroruu
Apri
JBsl.
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C.120UQ1!. W. CUADW10K.
tlio b"d annual election last we
STANDARD 6lL COMPANY
"STAN D AR D"
G
Uu-Balanced Gasoline!
,yjostead\WormSyrup
GHICHESTER S PIL
ile)
Parts
You Never See
They Are The Heart And Soul Of
Huprnohile Goodness
BehincI trie Hupmobile parts display on view in our salesroom
lies the story of Hupmobile owner satisfaction.
These parts—which look no different from parts of lesser
quality but actually are vastly different—are the heart and
soul of all the good you hear about the Hupmobile.
In them is bound up the long life of the car—all its virtues
of low costs and few replacements, of superior performance
and high running economy.
You may never see them throughout the years that you
would own a Hupmobile.
That, it" seems to us, is the highest kind of superiority.
The Hupp factory could use materials of lesser quality, it
could manufacture them into parts at lower cost, if it chose.
But if that were to be done, the Hupmobile would sink to
the dead level of motor cars, instead of being the superior
automobile it is widely acknowledged to be.
EYLES MOTOR CO.
23 Meclinnic Street
Red Bank, Nl J,
Phono 1437*
Camshaft
Drop forged steel, caoo lurtlened,
double heat treated. Cams integral
with shaft. Extremely larj{0 bearing
eurfocc. Shaft ia ununimHy latgc,
tic si gncJ to tji ve maximum power
And quiet valve action. Mounted in
thrre lar^e removable bronze bmhin^a, A Icsa expensive construction
involves operation cl llm cainahaft
in the crankcaao casting; this method
eliminates bushings. Also a smaller
enmahnft is Irss expensive. A liew
oversiTc cnmtilmft is usually re<juutd
pltcr ttltort ocrvke.
RED BANK REGISTER, MAY 14, j,92&_
Page
Help by Uishop Walsh of Trenton. tufV and Mrs. Elizabeth Wcilcr
A Bupper will he served nfterward treasurer.
."PJSXCKS
LKSS TJia.\. JiLSJiHJJiiiii-.
."PJSICES
LESS
£ Uit.-of Pupil. Who Were Punctual to the nicmlxM's of the confirmation
Mother's day was observed with
La»t Month.
cluss Ri the Judtson hotel by Thom- special services at the Metliodht
These pupils of the Rumsnn pul»» as HeniiL'Ssey.
church. Rev. K. Miller of Oceanlit schools ivnv neither nliscnt nor
JIra, Gerard Kadenback gave port will preach next Sunday morn15 Monmouth St., Rerl Bank, N. J.
^Itnnly during April:
birth to n daughter on Monday of
A j
SCHOOL NO. 1.
lust week. Mrs. Katlenbach was
Kl\
Kin.Ierfc-i.rlen—Sj-Kin Alir.ihnm^nn. M a t formerly Miss Demi Layton.
V. ! tiirw Jlnmnn. Unwind Conk. Hniiinrn t ) e Cut Flowery, Fenip, Folia.ec Plant?, Treef,
The amusements at Highland
Vito, Madeline Itrill, liny ]• :.'itiiK. Jflurry
Hnnlrar.v, IL.i.l.y -llirt!, John Murphy. Ilar- ISeach have opened for the summer.
Shrubs, Bulbs and Seeds
nbl Ki-iv. Mary V.iunMou. Iluwnul 1'ilchMore boats have been added to
nrd. IWi.< Walker. Hilly Want.
Funeral Designs at Shortest Notice
First
fiaile-Wiliinin
Iloy.-e. fici.rEe the prohibition navy off Sandy Hook
Ni
ht
l'hone
4S5-W
Red
Bank
K
5
Day Phono 1338 Red Bank
I.;triir, All.*rt Pntlersi.n. -l;u nl, IVrl. Annu and it has been more difficult for
H ri II, Anna Collk. <i^.r;tia Hnn^iiiv, VtT- rum runners to get through. Stoi.nicn Muvi.hy. .In.eiMiine. l'ulleli, Irene ries have been circulated that a lot
Walkir Mary I-annh.K.
S ci nl urnili—William Flm-can. G.-ortri- of Scotch whiskey, was dumped
1 nil William P a j i r k y . Olio IVrl. AriK.1.1 overboard last week by rum runI Inn r I'ortrr Toomey. Gloria <>ch.. Mar- ners who were chased.
According
in 1 ntlerson. Kulb Perl, J m n i e Ilelle
lo a coast guard officer rum running
I , I ,r 1
1
I Mr I jrraile—Willnr.l
I>in*.
A r t h u r in this section has been cutfiftyper
1 r Vilhiir Melluh. Miulelinp Clark, I.iN cent within the past two weeks.
I a n ( caxefl. Alice .Ii'nnini:^, Mne Murphy. , A hot roast beef supper will be
1 il 1 illen, Catherine NValVpr, F.llralu'lli
i served tomnrrow night at the Meth\> "Hi
I i u i t h trraile—Frank llalrent, Geork'i' odist church.
Hro«n rtltlie Conk, Harold Sihuliz, Joseph
Mrs. Tunis H. Lane, Mrs. Hattie
Tunne>, Adino Hcmis.
1 fth Kfinle— Kthi CInrk. V.Uiel JInrn. Davis and Mrs. Jeannette Maxson
1 1 n l tli Kmrh, Dorothy Mun.hy. M o r - are attending the Daughters. of
i ice Ochs. Violet Train, fimtavo Ilruprk- Liberty lodge convention at Atlantic
t r (,r rue CoiiKiInti, Ilyntt Cunnintfhnoi.
City.
Sixth
E r a i k - - M n r c n r e t . Cunnint-hnm.
Mrs. William IMts and Mrs. An11H / Itiep. Timothy Nooliiiit, Charlen Olson,
Edward Srhilltz. John Tooniey, Karl 'J'raut. drew liiium of Brooklyn sent SunKeventh prfi.le—Curt Brueckner. Carol
day with Mrs. Addistm Worth of
lirnpreaux, Peter Olson, Herman AVilkinloli.
Winifred Armstrong, Jlilila liarnaril, Alii-e Fourth street.
Kmery, I X h e r F.mery, J-Ivelyn Fiim. Griiro
George Donnelly ia on th'e sick
RUMSQN'S HONOR ROLL.
f
.. FLORALHURST FLOWER SHOP j
YOU CAN DO IT YOURSELF-EASILY
Use II—This Coupon Gives You 43c Value For 13c.
We want you to try KYANIZE once; we know you'll like It.
Hence this coupon will be accepted by us to the value of
30 cents as follows. On this offer only and one to a family.
1 ii-pt. KYANIZE Floor Finish (any color), rcg. price $0.30
1 good brash (brlotles-in-rubbor), regular prluu •• . a .13
"5745
Value of this coupon on this offer only • .30
You pay us in caah only "6.15
MILLER HARDWARE CO., Red Bank, N. J.
MAHONEY & HARVEY CO., Seabright, N. J.
; WM. F. WOLTER, JR., Long Branch, N. J.
If you have anything to sell, or if you want to buy
anything,-you will find The Register's Want Column the
quickest and cheapest way of filling your want.
Ilieln. Mae O'I.enr;-, JinrBiiret IVrrlr.e,
Eliznbeth 7'eyerl, Helciin Shea. Mae VnnMembers of the Lincoln highv
llrunt, Elnise Went. Ji-ssin Ycunians, Kli/.club of Newark and the. Whirlwind
ai.etl. Loo, lllni-.ehe Kniery.
Kiifhth Bi-iide —Jlarry Collis. Vilo r.hezrJ. dub of Brooklyn spent
Sunday
Stanley Ivin-. Edward Jeffrey, William here.
Mahoncy. Klielton Wi«e. Kloreiien Clean-.
Inex CunniiiKhani. Mnrjnrie Macintosh,
Mr. Rilterman has bought a new
Florence- Mnrthena, Dorothy Mulvihill. Buick cat".
Eli/.nlicth Pcrrine.
Mrs. Siebert Walstrom has obNinth
prnilf—Robert
Ilrattie. J a m e s
Clay. Hurry Harvey. Irene Amleraon. tained an nutomobili. driver's liIvlitha Artie.. Helen Clnir, Ilcrtha Collin, cense.
,.-'
Ehii- Horn, Ruth .Shell, Myrtle Trnut.
Haroltl Weiler ft visiting at NewTenth untile—Thomn* 1-lhtlny. LOUIB
Vanllrimt, Hubert Zerr. Orrin Soule. Helen ark.
.TefTrpy. Dorothy
Mii'-Inlosh, Mark-nrrt
The Methodist. Epworth league
Mnrth-ns,
Helen
O'Rourkf,
Elizabeth
has elected Rev. Harry P. Grim
Smith.
president, Mrs. Hannah R. Reid,
SCHOOL NO. 2 .
First
(trade—Raymond
Hatrh.
John" John S. Tnlmagc, Mrs. Hannah
Lambert. Alice Abrahamson. Marin Con- Foster and Mrs. H. P. Grim vice
nrtt. Dnrii Pomphrey, Kliznlii'th .Slica, Ei- presidents. Mrs. Lottie Lane secrcHiltlirnnucr, Anna
O'Hricn.
Srcoml prade—Lnuifl Mellacc, Patrick
Pinnies", Clinton -West, Theoilore S t e v e n s
Mnry I-eilernro, Grace Hntch, Aimn Leo.
Third Krmlc—Lester Perrine. llnyiilon.l
Shea, Harobl Thompson. Itnrbimi Lnz/.i",
Lily Macintosh, Cnthrrlne Mcl.aui;hli:i.
Mildred Shell.
Fourth crnde—Nora Connell, Eilitb Iltrrvey. Julie Olsen, Ethel Perrinc. Thomn:,
Ai.plek'ilti-, Arlliur Ka.lien. Chnll.s O'Hik:!.
Raymond Steven*.
Fitth Kratle—Klcnnor Cnhnnr. Ruth JeTfrcy, . Mary O'Brien, Eleanor Mnlvibill,
Marguerite TlcKetiimrtl, l-'rank Hilthriinner.
Frank O'Hripn. Kenneth S t e v e n s Junior
We»l, Itolanil Wise.
Sixth
Krnile—Francis
Dowil, Ilarol.l
Johnson. James Leo. Faurnt Clark. Madeline BoBort, Louise Ck-nry, tlertruile Connorn.
2 months, $5.00
:
Jobs for thtt Jobieli,
PAUL. REVERE
Repairs and Suppliaa
Luko Longhead finds many a job
E8 Breed St., R& E.nk, N. i.
for those in need nf them. He ia
W. C. PHELAN
ready to help anyone, at any time.
Phona 068
Eisner Building
Morganvills, N. J., and New York
The pneumatic for commereial cars. The smallest to largest. The Goodrich Heavy Duty Cord.
Massive. Carries t h e
load. R e a i non-skid.
Stops a slipping truck.
Anti-chafing strips on reinforced side walls protect it from curb wear.
Give him a Bicycle, then he can
enjoy his summer's vacation
thoroughly, for he will have,
ever ready, a handy, healthbuilding means of exercise of
which he will never tire.
\^
Our assortment enables you to choose a
satisfactory value.
Sole Agent for Harley-Davidson Motorcycles ant!
Evana Powercycles in Monmouth County.
"Best in the
Long Run"
REPAIRING
\-ZiM
SUPPLIES
GROVER PARKER i
JOHN HANSEN
12 Mechanic Street
Red Ba=k, If. J.
Just Around the Corner from Broad Street
42 West Front St.
Red Bank, N. J.
Telephone »ed Bank 1313
BROADCASTING STATIONS
RADIO
SUF»F»LIES
SETS
SERVICE
67Broad Street
Telephone 474
Red Bank, N. J*.
Ex-Chiel Electrician Radio U. S . N a v y
The following list of broadcasting stations has been arranged for your convenience. Put a check mark In front of th«
stations you have been able to get over your receiving set.
UNITED
KDKA,
KDl'M,
KDVL,
KDYM,
KDYQ,
KDZEi,
KDZE,
STATES.
J u t Pittsburgh, Pn., 328
('lov.-lnnd, ()., ;!70
Knit Lake City, Utah, 3C0
Snn Ilii'KC <:u|., J80
Pi.rlliiii.l.-Orp.. 3GO
Hii!i.T.sfic!<l. Cnl.. ^'10
Siattlc, Wnaliingt.in, U70
K F A D . I'linrnix. Ariz., 3C0
K F A E , l'ullmnn, ^Vnali.. 330
K F A F , Ilcm.-r. <',,l.. Jim
K P A J , Kiiulilrr, Col.. 36(1
K F A N , Mo-u-ttw, Mfth", Ilfift
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KFAIi, IliillywiMiil, CnL 280
KFAU, Hoi .«•, Idaho, -7(1
KFLlIi, Hnvri'. Mont., HBO
K F B K , Sai'rnmi'ntii. C»l., 283
KI-'BU, I.lirniiiii'. W y e , i S 3 ,
Kf'CF, Wallu Walla. Wash., 3(,0
KFCM, Richmond. Cal..
360
KFCY. I,n Mnrs. l.t.. 2.r.'2
KFCZ. Uiuiilio. Ni'h., S.iH
K F D H , 'I'lii-soii. Ariz., 1I6H
KFDO, llozcmnn. Mont., 215
KFDV, iayi'ttcvilli.. Ark.. 360
KFDX, Sliri-voiic.rt. I.n.. 360
KFDY, IlrookliiKS. S. I'.. 360
K F E L , Ili'iivcr. Col.. 360
KFEQ, Cnlnrailn Surinen. Co., 360
KFF.V, Catpnr, Wyn.. ^63
KFKX, Mli.nrapnlh. Minn., 261
K F E Z , SI. I.onia. M o , -J1K
K I I - Q . Colorado Sprincs. Co., 360
KFFR, Sunrki, Null., 'IIH
KFFV, I.-irimiii. la.. :'4»
KFFK, Omal.a, Nrt>,, V,l$
KFFV, AlrMindria, La., 27S
KFGC, Iliitcui KOIIKP. I.n., 254
W F G D , Chirkanln, Uklnlinmii, 218
KFGH, .Stnnford University,
Cn.. 360
KFCX, llniliKi-, T i x . , 2,r.n
KFGZ, Urrricn Srrini.-», Mich., 291
K F H A , (lunnison, Col.. 2»2
KFHt5, St. Jor.«-plt, Mo.. 22fi
K F I I J . Simla Harl.nrn. Cnl., 360
K F H X , Iluti-hinttoii, K'nn., 229
KFI.
I.i.i AIIBOIPV Cnl-. 460
KFIF.
KFIX,
KFIZ,
KFJC.
KFJK.
KFJM,
KFJX.
KFJY,
KFKA,
I'nrtlnllil, O r / , 300
Iililruciiili'iico, Mi.., 2(0
Fond ile I.nr, Viin., 273
Sinttlr, \Vn,h., 270
ItriBtow. (Hda.. 23:1
Cvaml Fork». N . 11.. 289
t>dar I"all», In., 2'ja
Fort DOIIUP. la.. 215
Crrrloy, Cn]., 273
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KFKB, Milfi.nl, K.M., 2«B
• I•
KFKQ, Cnnway. Ark.. 22 1
K F K V , Hull.-. Hunt.. 2 - 3
KFKX, l l i m l i n o . Ncl... 311
KF1.K. llrnvor. f'ol.. 2CS
KFI.II, Salt T n t r City. I'tah. 261
K F L R . Alliiuiiioriiuc N. M.. 2f.i
KFI.11. San Ilrnito. Tcs.. 238
KFI.V, Hoi'li!.ird. 111., 22i»
KFI.Z. Allnlill.', In., 2 7 3 .
KFMQ, layi'tti'villi*. Ark., 2fio
K I M S , rnilutli. Minn.. "7'>
KFMX. Northtlrlil, lMini..,2S3
'"
K I ' M W , ll.ii.Kton. Mi.-l.., ?.r,» ••!
K F M Z . Itouvcll. N . M., 2M1 ~ X "
K F N F , Slii-namli.nli, In., 2r,r>
" V
KI-'OA, Siattlc. Wn-.!!., t'.r.
~* '
KFOC, Wl.lttirr, Cal., 236 " " ^ "
KFON. I...I.K llrn.'h, Cnl.. 2 » l ' "
K F O P . Dalln-.. Tex.. 26B
KFOO, Cnli-cili.n. 'IVx., 210
KFOT. Wi.liitn, Kan.. 3.11
KFOU, •UMininml. Cnl.. 2SI
KFOX, O linlin, Ncl... 2 IS
KFOY. St. I'niil, Minn,. Z26
KFPG, I,im A i w l r i , Ca!., 23H
K F P Y . Kpolini.v, Wni.li.. 2F3
KFSG, Liu A n s r l r s , Cnl:. 27H
KC.O, OnH.mil. fill.. 311
KOW, 1'orlli.n.l, O r e , <>12
K1IJ. T.iis Anitrln,., Cnl. 35S
KHQ, Sonttli', Wash,. 3«0
'
R t l ) BANK.
Kelly and Co., Front S l i d
Mount-Erigli.Ii Co., Monmouth' St.
• Jamtt McCue, Moumoulli .Str.,1
Wo.t Side G.irai-e, Newman Spring. Rd.
EATONTOWN~-Iirn,.<l .Slrn-l (;>[««,•
HOI.MDKL—Robcrl R. Voorhoei.
COMPLIMENTS OF
ARTHUR V. GREGORY
HIGHLANDS NEWS.
Bishop Walsh to Confirm Big Class
This Afternoon.
- Mrs. Maude Evans,« Mrs. Elizaln'tli Bfiwniar, Mrs, .luanitn Gilbprr-,
Mrs. Louise Smith, Miss Thclma
WriRlit ami Miss Ethel Bowman
joined the DnuijhtiTS of Liberty
lodge last week. Mrs. P. Hull Packer of Scabrik'ht, who organized tlie
Highlands lodge, made an address.
The heavy rain of the past few
days flooded some of the streets.
Bay avenue, near thefirehouse,was
covered with water.
The sacrament of confirmation
will lie administered to a large class
this afternoon at three oelock at the
hurch of Our Lady of Perpetual
pjlie first balloon tire for present
rims was the Michelin Balloon
._
, Comiort Cord. Introduced a
.year ago, it has caused a veritable revolution in the tire world. Everybody is'
turn in-.-; to these tires. Over 600,000
Micheiin Balloon Comfort Cords are
now in use.
They have proved their superiority over
other types, not only for riding comfort
but for economy.
LINCRDFT—I.niiRpinlorf'a Cnrn,;,,
Typewriters Rented
••••.
Goodrich Heavy Duty Cord Make Your Boy Happy \
i
*T*ake on .old chair or table tBat Iiaa become shabby or worn —
•*• plunge a ftood clean brush into a can of KYANIZE Floor Finish
— in any of the eight shades or "clear" — and 1*0 over the surface
with a few easy brush strokes. One coat — that's all as a rule
unless the surface is particularly far ftone or brand new-wood —
then two coats. Dries with the most beautiful and brilliant finish
you ever saw. Tough, too, cannot sera tch whi te — and waterproof,
absolutely. Transparent and brilliant.
Especially made to endure the hardest kind of wear on a floor; It Jt
for that very reason the most satisfactory finish you can get for
tables, chairs, dressers, deskg nnd all kinds of furniture.
Resulto are guaranteed to be satisfactory or "money back for tfie
empty can.'' Try refiniBhinfS with KYANIZE today.;'
ing. The sermon topic at night will
be "Walking in White."
K I T F , Kllitlpnr, Minn., 421
K.1S,
Kl-S.
K1.X,
KLZ,
I,o« An K clr«. Cnl.. 3G0
Onllnnd, C«l., B6H
Oaklaml, Cnl.. nO9
Uonvcr, Col., 8G0
KNT.
KNV.
KNX,
KOB,
KOP,
Abrrilwn. Wnnh., 263
T.os Ancrlcs. Cnl., 250
].«» Anfc'rlM, Cnl., 3G0
Ktnlc Collosr. N . H . , SCO
Detroit, Mich., 286
KPO, Sftn Francisco. Cnl.. J 2 3
KQV, r i t t n b u r n h , Ta.. 170
KSD. St. l^iuls, Mo., Mfi
KTW, .Spnttlr, Wa«h.. a GO
'•
KUO. Snn l"rnnti B cp. Cal.. 3CO
KUS, Los AiiBclci, Cu!., 360
KWG. Ktncktiin, Cnl.. 3S0
KYW, Chicono, III., 536
KZM, Onklnnd. Cal., 3 60
KZN, Snll Lnkr City. Utnh, 268
NAA, Ilmliu, Vn., -1 ri5
WAAB. N t w Orlpuns, I..1., 2BR
WAAC, NYw Orlrans, La., 360
WAAD, Cinrinnuti, O., :(60
W A A F , Chicacn, III., 28«
WAAM, Newark. N. J.. ir,a
WAAN, Ciilumbia. Mo.. I B !
WAAW, Oinalin. Nob,, 300
WABA, I,«kr Kurcst. III.. if)B
WASH, HnrrisburK, Pa., 266
WABE, WnshiriKlon. D. C, 2 f 3
WABH, .Snnciunky, O.. U 10
WAIII, llailKiir, llf., 210
WABL, S l i m , C u m , 2KJ
WABM, SnKinaw, Mirh.. 251
WABN, I.n C f c i n , Mich.. 2 ) 4
W A n O , Hoclirntcr. N. V., 252
W A B F , Jlnvc-r. <>.. 270
WABQ, H.iv.-rror.l, Pn., 261
WABR, 'fnlciln. O., 210
WABS, Newark. N. J . . 2 I (
W A B T . \Vn»liiiiKtnn, I'n.. 2S2
WABU, Camclen, N. .1.. 226
WABV. Nanhvillr, Triin., 263
WABW, W<m»t<r. 0., 231
WABX, M>nmt Cli'mi'llR. Mlrh.. 270
WABV, PhllmlrlDhln. Pn.. 212
WABZ, NDW Urlrnni, T,n.. 265
WAR, Riaiht. Wis., 100
WBAA, \V. I.nlay.Ur, 1ml.. M " '
WBAH, Mltinrnpolia, Minn.. I 1 J
WBAK, TlnrrinliurK. Pn., t o o
W n A N , Pnt<r»rm. N. .1.. 211
WBAO, IVentur, 111., .160
W B A P , F t . Wnrtli. To.x.. 178
WBAV, Cnliinilnn. ().. 300
WBAX. W i l k n - l l n r r r . I'".. 3f.O
WBAY, New York. N . Y.. 192
WBBA, Nownrli, N. J . , 240
W B B B , 'I'auntiiK, M u i , 228
WBBD, Ilrmllnit. P n , 234
W B B E . K y r a r u t c N. Y.. 24B
W B B F , Atlnntn, Ca., 270
WBBG, Mattnp"l"ftt, » I « " i , 210
W B B H , Port Huron, Mich.. 24C
WBBI, Inillnnniiolis, Intl., 23 1
V / n B J , Went Palm Heuvh. l'li\., 2tvR
W B B L , Kli-hmoml, Va.. 2S3
WDIIM, Lincoln, III., 22r,
WBBO. Itoirrrn. Midi., 2S0
WBBQ, Pawlnckot, n . I., 252
WBDR, Rtntin I«lan.l. N. Y.. i l l
W B B S . New Orlram, Ln.. ::,[>
W B n W , Nnrrnlk, V n , 222
WB11Y, Chnrloston. S. C , 26H
WBUZ, Iniliannliolin. Intl.. 227
WI1CI, Ilrmlj, Trim., 2 : 6
W B L . Anthony. Kan.. 201
WBR, Ilwtlrr. )'a.. 2»r, it ml 1598
WBS, Newark. N. J . , 3C0
WBT, Charlotte. N. C 3(10
WHZ, SprlltKllcM, H i m , a:iT
VJCAD,
WCAF.,
WCAC.
WCAH,
WCAJ.
WCAK,
WCAL,
WCAM,
WCAO;
WCAP,
WCAR,
WCAS,
Canton. M. Y., - « "
Plttuhiiriili, I'n., 4«2
New Orlean". Ln.. 2 6 8
Columbtu, O,, 2B(i
tlnlvrrnlty Place. Nel.., 300
Hoii»ton. Tex., 2«3
Northllebl, Minn.. 300
Vlllnnnvil. Ta-. 8T.0
Daltlmore, Mil.. »50
W>ahlnit«n, P . V., 4 « "
Bin Antonio, ' [ > * , 3«0
Mlnne.Bolii. Minn., ZBI
WCAT, Itnpiil City. S. D., 2 4 0
WCAU. Philadelphia. Pn.. 2B8
WCAY, Milwaukee, Win., 2 6 1
WCAZ, Carthnue, III., 246
WCBA, Allenlown. I'll., 280
WCBC, Ann Arlior. Mich., 280
WCHD. Ziim. III., 34S
WCBF. Pittshuryth. Pn., 28C
WCBK, Kt. Pi-lcrsluliK. 1'a., 206
WCBL, lloiilti.n, Me.. 280
WCBM, Ilaltimore, Mil., 2 2 9
WCBN, llarrlnon, Ind., 266
WCBQ, Nnnhvlllr, Tenn., 2.1«
WCBR, Proviilcnee, It. L. 216
WCBT, Wcireenter. Mnn«., 23S
WCBU, Arnold, Pn., 254 '"V-j
WCBX, Newark. N . J., 233
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WCK, St. Louis. Mo.. 360
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WCM, Austin. Tex.. 3C0
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WCX, Detroit, Mich.. 617
"WDAE, 'I'ampa, Fin., 250
W D A F , Knn.au City. Mo,. 4 1 1
WDAG, Amarillo, Tex., 263
WBAH, Kl P>BO, 'lex., : 6 «
WDAK, Hnrlford, Conn.. 2G1
WDAO, Dallns, 'IVx., 360
WDAP, ChiniBo. 111., 300
WDAR, Philadelphia. Pa., 395
WDAU, Now Bedford, M i x . , 360
WDAY. Karito. N. 1)., 244
WDBA, r.nlutnlnia, C,n.. 23T.
WDBC, Lancaster, Pn.. 2r.lt
W D B F , Younmtnwn, O., 246
WDM, Washiimton. D. C , 234
W E A 4 , Vlint, Mich.. I d n
W E A F , New York. N . Y,, 492
WEAH, Wichita. Kan., 2S0
W E A L . Itlinen. N. Y.. 2H6
W E A J . Vermilion, S. P., 2fl3
WEAM, North rininnelil. N. J., 280
W E A N , Providence, It. L. 278
WEAO, Columl.ufl, O.. 360
W E A P . Mobile. Ala.. 3C0
WEAR, Itnltlmore. Mi]., 261
WEAU, Sioux City. In., 3B0
WEAY, Houston, Tex., 860
WEB, Kt. I,oni», Mo., 273
WEV, Houston, Tes., 360
W E W , St. I,oui«. Mo., 2 0 t
W F A A , tlallnj. Tex.. 476
W F A B . .Syracu.e. N . Y.. 2 J i
W F A F , Pmishkeepnif, N . Y . . ITS
W F A H , Purl Arthur. Tex.. 2S6
W F A J . A»hevlllr, N . C , 360
W F A N , Hiltrlilniinn. Minn., 360
W F A T , Sioux Fnlln, E. IT, 25S
WFAV. Lincoln. Neb., 275
WF1, Plillailclpbin. Pa., 3115
WGAL, Lnnca»ter. Tn., 24R
WGAQ. Khreveport. Ln.. 252
WCAW, Altoonn, Pn., 281
WGAZ. Soiitb Tlcml. Ind,, 360
WGI, Medford Illll»iile, JI.n"., SCO
W C I . Philnilelphin. Pa.. 360
WGN. Chlcnmi, III., '370
WGR, ItulTnli.. N. Y., 31(1
WGV. New Orlennn, Ln., 2 4 7
WGY, Nchcnecluily, N. Y.. 3 BO
W1IA. MailUnn, Win.. 3tO
W H A A , Iowa City, In., 4RJ
WIIAI3, (Jalvestnn, Tex.. 360
WIIAD, Milwnukee, Win., 280
WIIAG, Cincinnati, O., 222
WHAM. .Iniilin, Ml... 2K3
WHAM, Itoclitster. N. Y., 2SJ .
W H A P , Deritlur, 111.. 3«0
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W H A R . Atlantic, City, N . J., 2 3 1
WIIAS, Loiiinville, Ky.. 400
WIIAV, Wllnilnjtton. Del., 360
W1IAZ, Troy, N. Y., 380
WHI), Knnnni City, Mn,. 4 1 1
WHK, Cleveland, O-, 2R3
W I I N . Mew York, N . Y., SSO
WHO, Hen M.ilnen, In,, r.20
WIAH, Itockfur.l. III.. 262
WIAC. (ialvenlon. .Tex.. 380 •
WIAD, Philadelphia. Pa., 25-1
WIAI, fSprlnnflelil, Mo.. 252
WIAJ. Nernnh, Win., 221
WIAK. Omnhn. Nel... 278
WIAO, Milwnukee, Wl«., 360
WIAS, Tlurlinidon. In.. 2«3
WIK, MrKrrnport, P«.. 2»<
W I P , I'liUtddvhla, Fa., 609 J .
W J A D , Waco. 'IVx., >60
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WJAG, Norfolk. Neb.. 283 ' : •'•
WJAK, (Irccnlown, ln«l., 251
W J A N , l'eoiia. 111.. 2B0
WJAQ, Tooelin, K u n , 3G0
W J A R , Providence-, It. I , 360
W J A S . Pittnburuh. l'n.. 250
WJAX, Clevplonil, I)., 390
W J D , Grunville, O.. 22U
W J X , New York, N. Y., 30»
W J Y , New York, N . Y., 105
WJZ. New York. N . Y., 46f.
WKAA, Ceilnr Itnpitln, la., 26S
WKAD, E. ProvliliMti'c, It. I , 240
W K A F . Wichita Inll». Tex.. 360
W K A P , Craimton, H. I.. 360
WKAB, Kant LnunltlK. Mich., 280
WKAV, Lnccinln, N . H., 254
WKY, Uklnhoimi (Jit,, Okln., SCO
WLAC, Minneapolis. Minn., 411
W L A H , SyrncMO. N. Y., 234
WLAK, Ilellnwi. l'nll», Vt 360
W L A U Tul.a, Okln., 360
W L A W . New York, N. Y., 360
W L S . . ChicoKn, III.. 31S.
W L W , Cincinnati, 0 . , 809
WMAC, Cnzcnnvln, N. Y,. 2 t l
W M A F , Dartmouth, M n a . , 300
WMAH, Lincoln, Ncli., 2H
WMAJ. Kannni City, Mo.. 275
WMAK, Lockport, N. Y., »«0
WMAL. Trenton. N . J , 2r,6
WMAN, Culumbui, 0 . . 288
WMAT, Kanton. Pn.. 2)11
WMAQ, <Ihlcniii>, III., 44H
WMAV. Auburn. Ala., 260
W M A W , Wnbpetnn, N . P . , 251
WMAY, St. L,,,ul». Mo., 280
WMAZ., Macon. C i , 26»
WMC. M e m n h h . Tenn.. 500
WMU, WnKliington, I). C , 2C1
WNAC, Hoiiton. Minn., 27H
WNAD, Norman. Okla.. 860
WNAN, S y r a c u s e N. Y., 285
W N A P . KprlniinVltl. ().. Z7 5
WNAS, Atmtin, T e x , 360
WNAT, riillndclpliln, Pn., 360
WNAV, Knnxvllle, Tenn., 236
WNAX, Ywikton, S . I)., 244
W N J . Albany, N. Y.. 360
WOAC, Limn. ()., 260
WOAC, Ilelviilerr, III.. 273
WOAH. Charlc.lnn. S. C , 3«0
WOAI. Snn Antonio. Te«., 386
WOAN, I.nwrencrliurit. Tenn., 560
WOAO, Mlnhnwakn, Iml., 3liO
WOAI", Knlaniiiion. Mich.. 2»3
WOAR, Konoslm. Win.. 22!1
WOAT, Wilminuton. Del., 300
WOAV. Krle. Pn.. 241
WOAW, Omnhn. Nrb.. r.2S
WOAX, Trenton, N . J., 240
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WOC,
WO1,
WOO,
WOQ.
WOR,
WO5,
nnvenpt>rt. I n , 184 l'?r
Amen. la., »60
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I'lillntlelplifn, I'n.. GOfl "•!"
Knn«ni> r.lly. Mo.. 360 "« '
Newark. N. J . , 405
JrUrriim City, Mo., 411
WPAB,
WPAC,
WPAJ.
WPAK,
WPAI..
WPAM,
WPAZ,
Rtatu Collwe. Pn,, 2»3
Okmulnep, Okln., BOO
New Haven, Conn.. 268
Farito. N . I)., 360
Columliun. O., 2B6
Tonekn. K a n , 3 6 0
Chnrlp.«ton, W. Vn., 273
WQAA.
WQAC,
WQAO.
WQAE.
WQAM,
WQAN,
WQAO,
WQAQ,
WQAS,
WQAX,
Parkprnburc. Pn.. 3 f 0 '
Anmrlllo. T e x v 2 ' <
Watorlu.ry. Conn. 2 «
SprlnsfleM, Vt.. 27S
Miami, F i n , !R»
Pcrnnton. I'n., 2K»
New York. N. Y., ^60
Abilene, T e n , 3«0
I,nwril, Ma««., 2 6 ! • > "
Peurin, III.. 300 " ~ "
WRAA,
WRAF,
WRA1I.
WRAL.
WHAM,
Houiton. Tex., 3 ( 0
La r n r t e . I n d , 2 J 1
l'rn»lclence. II. I , 231
St. Crolx F a l l . . \VI»., 241
UaleiUurv, III., 244
WRAV, Ytllow s p r l n u . , O., I l l
WRAW, E e a d l n i . Pn., 2S»
WR.AX, Gloucester City, N. J . , 2 6 1
WRAY, Sornnton. r n , 280
WRAZ, Newnrk, N. J , 23S
WRC, Washington. D. O , 1<>
WRK, Hamilton, 0 . . SCO
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WRL, Schncctady. N . Y , 310 *
W R M . Urbanii, III., 860
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W R W . ToriTtown, N . Y , 27»
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WSAB, Capo Olrnnloiu, M o , 811(1
WSAC, Clemson Colltue, 8. C . 8 0 t
W3AD, Providence, H, I , 261
WSAI. Cincinnati, O , 800
VVSAJ. Grove City, Pa., 86»
WSAN, Allcntown, T a . , 220
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WSAP, New York. X Y , 26»
WSAR. Fall ltlver. Mn« I ., ZS4
WSAY, Port Chc.tcr, N . Y., 2 t « '
WSAX, CliH-nut,, III., 269
WSAZ, Pomcroy, O., 268
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WSB, Atlanta, G n , 420
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WSL, Iltlcn, N. Y , 273
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WSY, nirmlimham, Ala,, 3«0 7
WTAB, Fall River, Wa»>.. 2 4 1
WTAC, Johnntown, P a , 300
WTAG, Providence. R. I , 2B»
WTAJ, Portland, M e , 286
WTAM, Clevolanil. O.. 300
VVTAP, Cambrldire, III.. 241
WTAQ, O»»eo, W i n , 2B4
•4
WTAR, Norfolk, Va., 280
WTAS, Elgin,' 111., 280
WTAT, I>ti«ton, M » i i , ill
WTAW, Collenc Station, Tex., 480
VVTAX, Stroator, III.. 2»1
WTAY, Oak Park. I l l , 283
WTAZ, Larabertvllle, N . J , 281
W W A B , Trenton. N . J , 226
W W A C , Waco, T e x . , »60
WVVAD. Philadelphia. P a , S t S
W W A E , Joliet. I l l , 227
VVWAF, Cnmden. N\ J , 2S«
WWAO, Houithlon, Mich., 27»
W W I , Dearborn. M i c h , 27»
W W 1 , Iletrolt. M i c h , B17
W W L , New Orlenni. L a , 280 \
CANADA.
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CFAC, Colnary, Alta,"ISO Tn
CFCA, Toronto, Ont.. 100
CFCF, Montreal, Que., 410
CFCH, Iroqudii FalU, Ont., «0»
CFCJ, Quebec, Quebec, 410
CFCI., Victoria, n . C , 100
CFCN, C»ta«ry. Alta. 110
CFCO, llellevue, due., 450
CFCR, Sudborr, O n t , 410
CFCW, London. Ont.. 120
CFRC, Klngaton, O n t , 160
CFUC, Montreal. Q u e , 100
CIICD,
CHCL,
CHOM,
CHYC,
Quebec, Que., 1T0
Vancouver. B . C , 440
Calnary, A l t a , 140
Montreal, « u . , I l l
CJCA,
CJCD,
CJCM,
CJCN,
CJCC,
CJSC,
Kdmonton, A l t i , 46D
Toronto. O n t , 110
Mont Joll. Q n e , 81«
Toronto, Out., ISO
London, O n t , 131)
Toronto, O n t , 130
CKAC, Montreal, Qu«., 1 2 !
CKCD, Vancouver. B . C . 110
CKCE, Toronto, O n t , 4B0
CKCII, Ottawa, Ont., 136
CKCK, llanlna, fla«k., 120
CKCX, Cnliary, Alta.. 110
CKY, Winnipeg, M . n . . 450
CUBA,
P W X , Havana. 400
OKW, Tulnucu, SJJ
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WKAQ, Han J u . n . 880 v
WGAI), En.enaJa, S00
MEXICO.
CYB, Mexico Citr. «70
CYL, Mexico City. 600
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RED BANK REGISTER, MAY 14, 1924.
.PggBJjjnj
CRUSHED TO DEATH.
John I'rothoro represented the reading dull nl tlio convention of woHeavy Lag Kaili Over Man « men's
t
viiibs a t Atlantic City last
CUrkiburg and Comes Hit Doctli. week.
Holmes F . Atidcreon of Lecsvil'.e
•..,Wr*. Walter, E, Morris is on the
was fatally injured a t Clartebuii;
sick lihl.
Monday of last week wlien a heavy
Mi;;, (jrah.irn of Atitoria, Long I s log slipped from a pair of skids
lnml, i-i visitiiit? licr cousin, Miss
and rolled over his body. He
J-vil^ V;il('jltiii(J.
J
died a'few hours later at a Tren('Imrk-.s Hclienck of Scobeyville!
ton hospital. Mr. Anderson was
has miivcil in John McCiirthji's
helping tome men load a big maple
hi)Uf« on tho lied Hank road. Mr.
log; on an auto truck. Tho wheels Scliericlt is emplrjyoil by the Shrewsof, the truck moved under the bury dairy company.
weight of this log and allowed the
.Mi.-.s Jcysio Silver ba.H heen visitlog to slip from the skids, which
in ir Jli-s-. Chnrles Walilcr of Bethlerested against the rear of the truck.
li'.-ni, J'lMiiirylvjinin, formerly Miss
All the other men j;ot out of the
Bessie .Moifnrd o£ this place.
way but Mr. Andereon tripped and
fell and before ho could get up the I!. A. Voider has moved in t h e
Derm -IIO.IMI- cm the Red Bank road, j
log was upon him. His client ami
face were, crushed and hu was in- The niejiiliers o£ the reading club j
nru taking orders for cakes which!
jured internally. He was Dl years
they an- Fcllintr fur tbo benefit of;
old and leaves a widuw and thveo
the Woman's college of New Brunschildren.
wick.
Esftt India
Swift's
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Nitrate of Soda
4.
.ate
Agricultural Lime
Fancy Seed Oats
•I*
•I*
Lawn Seed
Cobblers
Prae
Green Mountain
Poultry and Dairy Feecle
GRAIN
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Bank
3,9OO MILES
131 Gallons Gasoline
Autoists Loio Licenses.
MARLBORO N E W S .
Several .Monmouth county autoists lost their licenses at a hearing American Mechanics Give a. Flag lo
tli* Public School.
conducted by Commissioner Dill last
week.. John H. Nuckle of Kcyport,
ApprnpHatii exercises attended
Walter W. Potter of Asbury Park, the jiresentation of a JlaK to t h e
Charles Etzkorn of Keansibur^, public: fchoul by the Mechanics'
r
The children
George Grover of Red Bank and l()(!(, e mi .Saturday.
Stanley Laskey of Millstone lost who tunic part; in the exercises were
their licenses on charges of driving afterward treated to ice cream by
while drunk. Louis Martz of Mata- Mr. and Mr«. Edward Bathgate.
wan and James Walling- of Kcyport
Mr. and Jlrs. \V. D. Fields and
lost theirs for speeding and William daughter nf Colt's Neck were SunH. Post of Seyport and Kosario Bel- clay guiMl.i of Mr. and Mrs. H. G.
fiore of Cliffwood lost theirs on Magec.
charges of attempted hold-up.
Ninn Ihigeo is about again after an r,])<nali.m fcir^ippendicitis.
Miss .Margaret Courlright of New
SHREWSBURY NEWS.
York sjient. Hnnday with her parPottofiico to bo Moved to New Lo- ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J . Courtright.
cation Noxt Month.
Mr. and l l r . Kred Hakcr of TrenThe new postoftice building on ton visited MI-H. Baker's parents,
Mr.
and Airs. Marks, on Sunday.
Sycamore avenue is Hearing completion and the postofflce business will Jlr. antl Mrs. H.dfrirh and Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Weeks were also visj bo moved there next month.
I Hand work done by the pupils of itors.
the public, school was exhibited at
Dorothy Petty celebrated her sevthe schoolhouse last week and it at- enth birthday on Saturday by entertracted much attention and favor- taining n number of tier small
able comment.
Sewing, "drawing, friends.
j basket work and chair repair work
I'aii* View News.
were on display.
Martin Mace, caretaker of Mount
Mr. and Mis. Donald Lawes returned Monday from their wedding Olivet eemetc.y, is on the. sick list".
trip to White Sulphur Spring's, Vir- 'Walter Layton of Trenton, forginia, and they are living tempor- merly of this [place, died last week.
Mrs. Edward O'Flahcrty spent
rily at Rahway. They will spend
two days last week at New York.
ho summer at Avon.
Mr.
;ij»l Mrs. Walter Scott of
The reading club met yesterday
,t Mrs. George Silver's. A talk was New York spent Sunday with rela;iven by Mrs. John J . Leonard tives here.
Red Bank.
The Register's motto—"A ,.aper
Mra. Ada B. Nafevv and Mrs.
in every home."—Advertisement.
5 Gallons Oil
'4
Red Bank, N. J. ©
24 Wharf Avenue
AT*.
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Red Bank, N. J.
60 Broad Street
Telephono.—Rod Bank 1444. 1389 end 1406
14 DAYS
$3.25 REPAIR BILL
This STAR CAR is on exhibit at '
West Front Street and Riverside Avenue
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/ " \ N Friday and Saturday, the popular shopping days, we offer inducements
\J? sufficiently attractive to bring you to Liggett's. Every other day in the
week, however, you can depend upon getting merchandise of guaranteed
quality at uniformly moderate prices.
Toilet Needs
end Medicines
! tOcRizo Watkln'a
| MulsificJ Cocoanut Oil .
j Lyon's Tooth Powdef •
JlieCnko
Two Days—Once a Month
We Offer
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j Pebeco Tooth Paste.
CucicuraSoap •
.
I HOcSizo
40cSfBQ
Dorln's Brunette Kongo •
Cigarette^
15c Bice
Mum
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Mennen's Talcum .
In Carton Lett
A, Cut Prlcea
200 Camels
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. 1.26
200 Lucky Strikes . 1.26
200 Chesterfields
. 1.26
200 Sweet Caporala • 1.26
200 Piedmonts .
. 1.26
200 Black &. White . 1.26
200 Lord Salisbury . 1.59
20O Fatimaa
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200 Omar .
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. 1.59
100 Eeypaan StraightsiSb'.° 1.00
100 Helmars ><>••. ici, loo.. 1.00 ,
100 TurkUh Trophies %o*5 1.00,
100 MeldchrlnoNo.91"c'Sr .1.4
100 Murads
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. 1.42
)0 Moguls
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• 1.21
100 Naturals
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• 1.29
100 Pall Mall Regulars 2 . 1 0
200 Pall Mall Specials 20'. 2.63
100 Egyptian DeltlesNo. 3 2.10
100 PhiUp Morris Camb'Be 1-70
60c Si "O
18c
er,c stia
i California Syrup of Figs
Mild Blend ot Imported Tobaccoa
Regularly tells at 2 for 25c
Friday nnd Saturday Special
10 for 1.00
Q4Z*%
f BromoSeltier
• £** OVC
f ^ V ^ • A 36c
[ »
Kidney PU1.W.^C
! Mellcn's
HoTfick'sFood
Malted Milk M ^
Phillip's Milk Magnesia
£6o Slxe
Carter's [Little Liver Pills
Ex Lax Tablets
Cx tax i s n o o
C
55c
36c
13c
•rti* ' • " ' ^
^wL^.Herplddoli 69C
i
fir _ f * l _ —
*sT*
^ BQ
[ Bell-Ang Tablets (Imp)
I COo Sine
I Carbona
ISa Glia
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I Dcxtrl Maltoao (i found)
A Bpaefnl Mend. Freflh from the roasters
Into willed duat-proof _ i
R.J.45C W c t t E n d . • " J"'
Opeko Tea
K o t e x ( i a in {KKKagt) , . 39c
1.00 Sl»c
it,
Lavoris (no ounce) • ' *; • 59c
C&J 8 1 1 8
i (jOc'Siro
46c
39c
49c
Chote» 6f foar bltndi. _ _
In half-pound p'k'iei. V for
Ret J0a Wwk.Hndi ^ J " r
Pure Cocoa
In half-pound ' scaled —, containers.
V f01"
H.I.25C Week-End! ^ / '
Vonilla Extract
Mods from rich yahflla beano. Btoperljr
mellowed and aeaaoned ,_ «
J-OJ. bottlo.
V TOP
R«j. 40c VftA-toJ. ^ J"'
Lcrtum E x t r a c t
Natarti! ammnti/fruit flavor for all cookIns end haklnic purpoeeo. 2-ounca bottle. V f/
Mayonnaise Drcailng
Contains only tho purest inoreilUnta. For
all kinds of meat »nd _ IlA.40c Weekend. ^ J"'
Pure Olive OH
UW trance.
•> />,.. V f n
Peanut Butter
ifedo fr»m per/eetlrffelect«droastedpeanuts. All tho oil left In. O />,» Af\n
Re».J3c Week-End. i ? / ° " 4C/C
Strawberry orr Ranpberry
Raflpberry |am
|am
IB ounces.
R
45 Week-E n*. 2 for
55c
Only a raproaentatJvo few are mentioned. You will oea many other seasonnblo bargains in our storoa. Plainly marked with regular nnd sale price.
For the Price of Tooth Paste Alone
Klonzo la a delightful, common-sonoo tooth paeto.
Prevcnto decay and pyorrheo. To givo It a wider
Introduction wo present a 35c guaranteed, pure
bristle Too 111 Brush without charge.
The tii/o tell regularly at 85c
May special
Without Charge
A 50c Compact of
Vivaudou's Mai D'or Rouge
•when you buy the regular 75c package of
Vivaudou's Mai D'or Face Powder
Retailing regularly at 1,25
Special during May
A Complete Hair Treatment
With every purchimc of n bottlo of Uoxall "Oil" Hair
Tonic ut $1.00 wt! uro B'vinp; a 2Go j a r of ltoxnll
" 9 3 " 8hnin[>o,o Panto.
Regularly fMJ
May (pedal, Both for
IHe Only Shade Made With'A Ventilator
Harmony Lemon and
Cocoa Butter Lotion
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Mco tho Cream of tho Damo name, containo real '
Cocoa Butter and Lemon. Excellent for healing '
roiiRli, chapped okln, for the relief of eunburn or '
windburn.
Regular 50c bottle
fMay special
Correspondence Paper
s
A pound (about 80 ohceto) of Lord Baltimoro Writing
Papor togothor with 60 envelopea to match.
Paper and Envelopet
I
May special
''Klenzo"
Guaranteed Bath Spray
A complete outfit, eaally attached, and will hold
fast to any foucot Five feat of heavy, oorvicoahlo
tubing with extra large, protected Bprsjrhesd.
%egularly $1.25 ~
May /pedal
e ^/Hydrogen
High grada product Full pound bottlo.
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Maytpcctal
for the Power, Smoothness
and Endurance of Oakland's
Six-Cylinder Engine
/V" Oakhnd's new six cvlmdcr T ht i l cnRinc is
• f ) of the most adv mcttl tlcsi^n Its rtnurkiblc
'* pcrfoimmcc is the lo( u. il result of competent
engineering and high t r \dn. mstruuion tiirouj hout.
*'^iZ Hlie 1TT(,C. pcrfinl^ tnl n m l Lnnlcilnft runq
' 2 'i n k'B* pccial I ron L Inc! t. d I L n in(,«. 1 hc^c
*^—' pUcntcd bearing arc po itively the be t ihnt
money cin bn>
Lubric*ition is fonx feed by mcin^ofirclnble
\\L ir t*ypc oil pump Mnn,i imshntl, uul mn— ncctiiit, rod bearings nnd tuning t-li in nro
continually bathed in oil. This positive lubrication
adds greatly to quiet operation nnd long life.
/""JX Oakland cylinders ore honed cmooth as jjtasa
[&$
\ on epeciat macliines. Pistons and rinRS of the
|y
*--*' latest design arc individually fitted into each,
cylinder'with extreme care and precision. Vibration
and wear axe practically eliminated by this process*
/ j £ \ T h e connecting rods nrc light and strong.
\Q p/i The babbtt-Hned bearings arc permanently
"—' bonded to each rod with pure tin—the most
approved process nnd also the most expensive.
» \ The camshaft is driven by a silent chain run-1
.1 O 'ning in a bath of oil. This is conceded the best
^»-*' ttype of drive and (he most accurate. There 13
a convenient external adjustment.
Oakland valves ore of.spectitt heat-resisting
alloy steel. So efficient are they, that valve grinding is necessary only at very rare intervals.
fZl\ The intake manifold is scientifically designed
f Q Jto insure perfect fuel dUtrlbulum to all cylin*-—-' dcrs. and therefore Rmootli. economical opera*'
tlon. Tlicre is a handy temperature adjustment for
summer and winter.
/ J J \ TI»e electrical Byfltcm maintains Hemy stand-'
1 9 / a r t l s ° f cxcc ll cncc *Thcpparkcontroliscntircly
V---' automatic, which means that the engine will
deliver the maximum of power under all conditions.
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Sales
"Klenzo"
Tooth. Paste and Tooth Brush
Buy a Whitney
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Pompefna Massage Cream
Reslnol Toilet S o a p .
16n Cake
O fnv
Rexull Toilet Soap & J"'
Handy Pocket Tlno/10 Clgan
Flor de Murat
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33c
18c
18c
Fill Up the Cuphoard I
31c
With These
!
33c Pure Food Products'
17c
Specially Priced
Every Friday andJSaeurday
;
17c
Liggett " Coffee
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No.
No. 1 3 3 «.-«™r.iai 25.00
K
complete
stock on
No. 3 0 3 rj-.:m.(XCV
hand in all the latest
Business Coupe * $\19S
Cou(>c for Four - 1395
Sedan > ~ - . - 1445
AHMC<J/.O.1>. factory
T. H. McKnight
33 Eoit Front St.. Rcil ljanll
Phono 70S
37.S0
AH sizes and styles In Btocl:
complete.
shapes and colors. Prices
stait at 22.75.
Trunks and Bags'
4 ft. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.90
5 ft. . . .
- . . . . , - . 5.50
6ft.
- . . . 6.50
7 ft
7.7S
8 ft
8.75
White Moimtaln
Refrigerators
And Larger Sizes
SPECIAL
/ l / \ * a^ 1 cC>s'nRle"P^n*° disc clutch is simple and tlur( I O j ^ ' ^ *" eelf-adjustinj* for wear. Its smooth
V.-' operation makes pofisible the remarkably easy ,
gear ihifting of the True Blue Oakland.
Roadster * * $ 995
Sport Touring
1095
Sport Roadster
1095
3 3 ;,:,:,
Trunk prices start at 11,50
Bag prices start at
2.25
', No Ice Today
JlisappointiiiK tho Iccmnn 1)0comra n habit whoil a WhltO
Mountain ltefrlfferntor li inKtllllcil.
Priced from 13.95 up
3-piece Brown Reed Suite, cushion seat,
3-piece Brown Reed Suite, box cushion,
3»piece Brown Reed Suite, box cusl *•>».
3-piece Ivory Reed Suite, spring seat,
Ivory or Brown Ova! Reed Table, -
37.00
42.00
46.00
64.00
13.00
12 BROAD STREET, RED BANK
RED BANK REGISTER, MAY 14, 1924,
at th(i public echool, haa been laid
SHOT IN THE NECK.
up with a splinter in her foot.
Neptune City Woman Shot by a j . .Mr. and ills. George Miller of
Former Bonnier.
Xew York "were week-end guests of
!
Mrs. Bertha VanNotf Anderson Mrs. Julia Martin <>i Stone Church.
of Neptune City v a s .shot in tin* ] JUis^ Dorothy K. ^Allstrom has
neck on Sunday by AValicr White of Itft'ii :i]ipoiiUed art editor of Tho
Whitesville, a .small settlement near Keyhole, a magazine published by
Ocean Grove, IW r.s AMIKTSOII was the, Chi Phi Chi Bociety of Trenton
.
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taken to the Spring1 Lake hospital, nuniml school.
where surgeons xiiil they diil not reLITTLE
SILVER
NEWS.
gard .the wound as fatal. Mrs. Andei'soti at one 1 time kt-pt hou.^e for
White and subsequent ly lit; v/ns a , Three Baptisms and Seven New
Members at Methodiit Church.
boarder of hers. White )>< u^M a
Hie twin sons of Theodore Marrevolver on Saturday, and when he
was arrested after the shooting1 a tin and the son uf Claude Wright
i evolve r with one cartridge dis- were baptised Sunday at the Methcharged wa.s found in his pocket. odic t-huri'li. Jlr. and Mrs. Wright,
White is in the futility jail, awail- .Mrs. Myrtle C'lapp, Mr. and Mrs.
. ing the result of Mrs. 'Anderson's John Kkidmorc and Misses Edith
ami (iruce Springsteen were rein iuries.
cti^ed as nicniliera of the church.
l'oppics will be on sale for the
Trolley Superintendent Rcsigna.
liiklit of the American legion at
Wjlijim G. lli-irlcr, fnrim riy fuiliic ,;• lores here Saturday of next
I t rintendent of the Ked Jlank trollev line and i\>r .several yenr^ superintendent of the Avhury Park . \y].:je ..ryrnations "donated hy
tiollry Jini's, i\.*;*.!ied this position Mi i. Will'ani Daub and Mr. and
on Satunlay. <*:•";•;;•(' ]). C;,di> of' .Mr.-. 'Williaiii P.uUer Averc given to
\shury Park, a former resident of n!:i''u]-.s wlio attended.the servllvd jiank, \\ln» is treasurer of the ices r.t Ihc Methodist church SunAsbury Park lines, is filling the job . ilay.
ot superintendent tcinnnrrmly.
j A ".-.liowcr" was, given last
WiliKfday at Mrs. Edith Bozart'a
a; I.oiiK Branch for Miss MagdcATLANTIC HIGHLANDS NEWS.
h n c J.ipjiir.eott of this place, whose
r
was recently
anBaseball Club lo Fiay Havana Reds i'i!K.i(, (-nient
iiuuiK-i',1 to James Dougherty of
Next Sunday,
Next Sunday afternoon the At- Kid Hank. Tho party was largely
i 1 mtic Jlighfands and .iij-hlaiid.- att<. W'lvd by little Silver girls and
l>ri<ii'-t<'-ho received
many
j 1 aseijall tr;;iii will play the Havana tiic
i Ueds, a liT.m comntitvi of nirijiherx
Tho
vlny
of
"Clubbing
a
Husj of t h o I'uiian L^'L-IMII L'a.Lyur. T h "
r g a m e v. ill in1.", in a t t m v i ' .o'cloeic. li.tiitl'' \vill lw repeated by Meth. W a l t e r J\I;HHH-1 of iio\, pu 1L <j ! nut dii^t, youn^ folks of this place soon
, a p p e a r a t t h i r d I K ^ U a t t i n Jjr: t jil the Methodist church a t Red
' game;
J l e is p l a y i n g \\il\\
i h r : Iliinlc. The performance netted $78
! P l a i n i i e U K c c r e a U u n t e a m . JlnniLy i"r ii:n Methodist church of this
j Wcli'ors, a. f o r m e r (.. Lint
p l a y e r , :•!:'. v .vJsii, it, v a s given here two
will cover third next" f-'.ur.dav. l-'uv.' WCL'!;;I a^-o.
'•-in- Wnnum's club 'will hold its
the former. Oriole \\\ irler, will \>v
in the box.
.
• next nieetiiiK ill tiie club rooms on
The gas oenip;iny is huilding a W't'(ine.-'(!:iy, Uay -Sth. Tlvp music
coal and ash conveyor on, Us prop- ' lommittee, of which Mrs. Letter C.
crty. The conveyor will run on an Lovetl,, is chairman, will \jjgve
Y'*T«i
iron, rail held up by eight lowers. cliargu'of the program.
The gypsies have pitched their ;
j tents on the usual spot on Valley
TINTON FALLS NEWS.
j drive. They will remain for tin?
| .summer. The gypsies have given Road Closed on Account of Bridge
Being Re-built.
I up hordes and now travel in auto- t
i mobiles.
The bridge over the millpond i:>
The Easter collection at St. being re-built and autoists have to
Agnes's.church amounted to $
detour when they reach this place.
74.
Tho bridge job is.jn charge of Louis
Willkim Koed of this place was • Snyder of Colt'a Neck.
released Monday from the staL'j j Mr. and Mrs. Stevens of New
prison at Trenton after serving ! York have moved into their suni-.
two years. Reed "was sent to prison l mor residence on the Pine Brook
after a car driven by him had hit I road.
and killed a man on the state higtiMr. and Mrs. Harry Mayberry of
wa-y at Miiidletov.'p..
Hoboken were visitors here SaturMrs. A. Sorensen sailed yester- day and Sunday.
day ^or Norway, "where she will
The Kallerette club of girls met
spend the Summer with her parents. Friday at the home of Ruth, Elsie
Miss Khoda Guttormson, a stu- aiul Ethel Dwyer.
dent nur.-cat the Long branch hosMrs, Elizabeth Many and her two
pital, has resumed her duties there sons of Monmouth Beach and
after having enjoyed a vacation of , I [any Carney of Phalanx spent
three weeks.
part of last week with Jame3 Dean.
Funds are Leing raised to pay
Henry Jeter's new house on the
for repainting the inside and out- Pine Brook road is nearinj* comside of tiie Presbyterian church.
pletion *zind its owner, who is a
Miss Ila/.el Martin has taken a New York man, expects to move
position at Jen kin son's newspaper in it Jiexfc month.
store,
John Johnson and Raymond
James Masters ,was called to Cummings have bought Ford autoPennsylvania
Saturday by the mobiles.
death of his mother.
. Mrs. Elizabeth Stevens has had
Miss Evelyn CaiTey is employed hex" barn repainted.
at a New York telephone office. „
Miss Minnie E. Heyers, a teacher It pays to advertise in tho Register.
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SAFETY
FUR
STORAGE
I. VOGEL & SONS
Lang Brunch, N. I.
158 Braadway
Phone 1863
Fruits—Jams—Jellies!
HE Pwcels of Nature preserve the sunshine for our ilelipht. And skillful science seals up the acid tartness,
T
i h c rich sweetness-each individual shading of ilavur, in
these cans and jiiis <>f deliciousnci-s.
Purity perfect,;,,,Q,ualitv the hi^'hrst; Prices Ihe very
]n\vr-t. Our '-.Sweets ef Nature" will satisfy you. We
pu.'iraniec them!
It Always Pays to Trade—
Where Quality Counli and Your Money Goes the Furthest!
California Sliced Peaches cnn 20c
9 Princess Puro Jellies fumb 10c | Princess Pure Pn-scrv«t"ml>15c
Princess Strawberry Preserves
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23c
3 ASCO Cal. Pcaclio \>\g enn 27c | Delicioun Cal. Apricots 2 cs 2So
Seville Orange M a r m a l a d e
Sliced Pineapple
16oz
- " r 20c
25c, 35c | ASCO Borllett Pear, big en 29c
Maryland Kieffer Pears 2 b!* can< 25c
Ib
Best Sound Texas Q o l o n S 3 *
Big, Sound, 'White Onions—Very Healthful!
Teniptinc fragrant 'delight from these fine India and Ceylon
Teas. Their 'southinp,' refrcshinir satisfaction will easily
prove the. superiority of our live delicious Blends.
mm
TEAS
w * 1 4 c : 1 A b 55C
Try ..Our Pride of Killarney TEA "> tin 65c
A Treat for Lovers of the Extra-Heavy-Drinking Family
of Teas!
Sweet Juicy
28c, 38c
Oranges
N. | Choc. Favorite!. . . . 1b 32c
B. | Snaparoons
lt> 21c
C. j Zu Zu Ginger Snaps pkg 5c j
Big:, Juicy Lemons, doz 20c
A Tasty Snack with Our
Rich Creamy
i Big Ripo
30c
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Cheese
3 f ° r 25c
} Grapefruit
California Tuna Fish
Our Re B .
15c can
1 flc . Our Reg,
1 U
• 20c can
1 Cc . Our Reg. OQ°
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35c can •»«
Schlorer'. Mayonnai.e 15c, 24c I Tn.te Tell. Mayonnaise 12, 24c
A Few Quality Suggestions!
ASCO W. D. Vinegar
big t o t 13c
ASCO Apple Cider Vinegar
big bot 16c
Gold Seal Macaroni
pkg 9c, 3 pkg« 25c
ASCO Corn Flakej
pkg 7c, 3 pkg« 20c
ASCO Calif. Asparagm
tall can 25c
ASCO Asparagus Tip« can 40c
Sweet Sugar Corn can 10c, 15c
Red Kidney Beans , . . ..can l i e
ASCO Sifted Peas
can 18c, 20c, 25c
ASCO Pork & Beans . . c a n 9c
Victor Bread
loaf
5c
Victor Raisin Bread
1<>af
10c
Evaporated Milk
to11can
It's Tlii'Iier and IJptlcr \>y F a r !
HOUSEHOLD NEEDS!
Ivory Soap Flakes
ASCO Ammonia . . . . . . . h o t 9c
Chloride of Limp
c;m 10c
Drano (cleans and opens
drains) . .
enn 22c
20-Mule Tfnm Borax
l)ig pliR H e
hi
* P^T 19C
Rcnliy Good Brooms
each 60c, 70c, 80c
Scrub Hruihci e>. 10c, 14c, 17c
ASCO H«rd Water Soap
cake 7c
Old Dutch Cleamer . . . . c a n ' 8 c
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Golden T'atties of I'rTu-i<,u:: .\'ut i-inu nt. T.imolla is one of
the mo'i highly nun-cut r;it<-d foods in the world.
tHilercnt (laTori
— all made from
Mil inpruicnti
obtainable
'M
BUTTER It
Scaled in iti
parity pickagc
•-freili, clean
and fullJlavercd
The I-'inrst Buttrr in Americftl
ASCO B U T T E R I N E
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Dress Flannels in fashionable plaids, checks, over-plaids, and solid
colors. 27 inches wide, $1.65 to $1.95, 54 inches wide, $4.75..
SALE OF REMNANTS
Flannels, Linens, Ginghams, Prints, Cretonnes, Crepes, Voiles,
Imported Novelties, Al]-White fabrics, etc. Radically reduced in
order to effect a quick disposal.
Dated April lltli, 1021.
25c
Butter, Eggs, Bread, Coffee, Tea, Flour, Fruits,
Vegetables—In every item we sell, there
is assured satisfaction.
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SHREWSBURY AVE and OAKLAND STREET
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only prevents harm to the teeth,
but serves to sweeten the stomach,
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prevent the forming of gas that
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"Chewing gum aids tooth nutrition
and the cleansing action is a definite benefit—it prevents dyspepsia.
Good chewing gum is excellent for
bad digestion.
NOTICE.
To the Bt.nroliolclera of tho N**"!^ EanS
and Trutit Compiiny oC K«S J^nnk {too*
merly Red Hunk Trust Co.):
You nre liur«" • uutillcd thnt purnuatit
to a cull of tiie nonrd of Directors c'f tho
Nntinnul Dunk ami TrUet Company bt Bad
Hnnk by n-solutiuii formnlly adopted, 4
mrt-tii,,; will IHI lu'ld uf tho eharcholdein
of miiii Ni.tldiml Bnnk nn»l Trust Company
et Keit Hnnk at iU bnnkinR hoUBO in tho
llurouKh of Ilril Ilnnk, N. J., at 11 ;0©
o'clock in tlio forenoon, on tho 15th day ofl
Mny. l'.l^-i.
Tho object; of snid mccttnti'la to present
to Hiiid nhnii-holiloiM for their ratification
hy the ndirmatfvo vote of said Bimrcholilci-ii uwninir at li-nnt two-thirila of tho capitnl Htock of tho Ndtiunnl Hnnk and 'irual
Comimny of Hud Hank, or their rejectloli,
tho tfrma and provisions of a certain
nKrccmi'iit entered into hy tho Director* *
the Second National Hank of Red
nn«l tlio Dlrcctorit of tho National __ _
jind TriiHt Cnmpany of Hod Bnnk providing for tho cnuant hint inn of the enid Setoml Nntir>nnl Hnnk of ltrrt Dank and thB
miiil Tho Nutiiuuii Hnnk mul Truot Cora.'
puny of Ri>(l Itnnk, iniilcr tho title of The
Sciiiinrl Nutintml Bnnk niitl Trust Companff
of Red Hnnk. Said nKreemuit of confloll(latiuii ns nforcsald may be inspected h&
nny ulinrehnlcicr nt, nny time durlns banlf
intf htmrti at «ald IinnkinK house.
You nr« icHju'ctfully requested td atten©
$L65 to $475 a yard
guardian of your mouth and
throat
It will combat trouble of
various lands. It helps to keep
the teeth free from food particles that ferment and cause
decay.
Read from a widely known medical work:
DEALERS
EVERYWHERE
Crepes and Voiles of every description—Lace striped, Embroidered,
or spore stripes. In all the fashionable colors. Novel All-White
fabrics in a comprehensive rangepf the desired styles.
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FOR SALS BY
$1.50 a yard
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You'll Tatte tho Difference!
The Quaker
Oats Compaoy
Ratine Voile in every color. Grass Linen, a new fabric this season
in natural cnW embroidered in bright shades. Crepes in many
attractive'
J and in every color.
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Let WRI^LEVS be the
ManutectuTiA btt
$1.25. a yard
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ASCO blend. With the first sip
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Tropical weight hopiespun in heather mixtures, sport stripes and
checks. Novelty Voiles and Crepes in smart stripes and checks.
Fancy Swiss fabrics that are woven to resemble embroidery. White
Crepes i.n a variety of attractive designs.
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Sun-sweet, fruity, cake-like loaves—they're a child fnvoritq
because of their chock-full, jaisin richness.
.CHICK WSTABTEKl
manufactured b y the Quaker.
Odta Company reduces tho death I
losses lracauuo It contains in'ad-'
ililion to other health-giving ingredients a liberal quantity of
Cod Liver Oil which Scientific:
cxpoiimer.ia have rocen(ly proved
overcomes leg weakness — th»
thing that has robbed poultry
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*^fl ralsara of prof*
its for years. •
GlveFul-O-Pep
Chick Starter a
trial thin yoar—
ecu your chicks
live, grow and
thrive a s they
novor did be*
foro.
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SUMMER- DRESS FABRICS
95c a yard
f
])e-e-c-licious aiiilk loaves!
:
MAY SALE of
T
Loaf
Wearepleased**
to ba able to
—«.^as -~-="
'announce lo our poultry raiting
cuatcmctu that wo can now Bupply them with a feed thst will
give their young chicks tho light
start anil greatly reduce tho doath
losses.
Fifth Avenue, 34th and 33d Streets, N . Y. '
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Bread is universally the fond of a thousand uses. But nowhere in the world can you find better quality bread than
tho Victor Family.
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sssasss, S u p r e m e
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Red Bank, New Jersey
Sensatio
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'At the opening day of our store we offered a sale of dresses that caused crowds of women to stora our doors and the fortunate purchasers of those dresses are still talking about the
wonderful bargains they obtained.
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For this sale we are offering a collection of dresses surpassing in value our first offer- j;|I
ing as we were able to get a wider assortment of more expensive materials and styles.
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The lot consists of Sport Dresses, Semi-Evening Dresses, Afternoon Dresses and Tub
Dresses, retailing from $7.50 to $16.50 and we are offering these at the ridiculously low price of
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Black, brown, navy, cocoa, Poudre blue, tan, white
th Spring
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andd other
colors.
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Canton crepe,, taffeta, embroidered satin, crepe de
hi
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d llace over
er slips.
lips
. chine,
wooll fflannel
Sizes 16 to 42
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None Sold to Dealers
Only One to a Customer
Special Sale ofv
TOPCOATS
In the staple tan and wool plaids. Fully lined
and roomy at
$9.95
Other coats for sport wear and dress wear in
the materials of the hour, such as poiret twill,
flamingo cloth, downy wool blocks, beautifully
trimmed and fashioned as the original Paris*
models at O A Per Cent Reductions.
Gossarcl Corsets and Brassieres and Treo Elastic Corsets will be featured at this shop exclusively.
Expert fitting at no additional cost.
The new summer models support the body with
increasing comfort and are priced.from
$2.00
up
New Summer Millinery for dress and sport wear, large or small, simply tailored and profusely
trimmed. They are all becoming and modestly priced.
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RED BANK REGISTER, MAY 14, 1924.
HERE'S A SANDY MAN.
TIMOTHY R. H0UN1HAN
Contractor and Builder
MERCHANTS STEAMBOAT CO. OF NEW JERSEY
Bage Eleven
>IOI<C««»>I<»>>»»>»>I«»»^^
Potter Drovo Hii Automobilo
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT APRIL 14th, 1924
MEN WANTED David Despite
a Broken Arm.
Subject to Changu Without Notice
You can fern »S0 In $100 • v/ rr lt » . „,„ ».,!,• criiJtiim reprcwtiteti'vc; pleasant work; no . Diiviil }'otter, who,lives In Uia
iuventment. Write lo-day lor clelniL to:
UP
SPECIALIZING IN JOBBING
Holland district, near Middletown
READ AMERICAN AGRICULTURIST village, ia laid up with a broken
SCRKEN AND STORM ENCLOSURES
IS NOT AS. IMPORTANT
Telephone 881-M
160 Bridgo Avenue, Rod Bank, N. J. ' * ~ CinCUlATIOH OfHCa.lTHACA.il. Y right, ana received while he was
Between Pier 24, foot of Franklin Street, New York (Landing a i i h c ,
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cranking his car at West Grove,
Battery to take on and l e t off Passengers only), and Highland.-;, j
H1IIHIIM*«IMM»4»
near Anbury Park, a few nights
Oceanic und Red Bank.
and we got; up early. Morn•JIKO. The cumins "kicked" and this
•123 Rcd&ank, N. J.
l.i.:, ii'-:m ami ni|.;ht we're busy
caused Mr. Potter's injury. Ill Telephone Call, Walker 7090 New York
Highlands Telephone, 1264
UP
sjiito of his liroknn arm, however,
uivit'j jub. Call us up pt any
JMr. Potter uscil his other arm to
FOR NEW YORK X^ I
FOR RED BANK
ti::'.. Wo'ro tho rapid transit
EA^LV
crank the car and he finally got the
Daily except Sunday
:
Dtil? except Sunday
tr'iu: n:r men of this town.
automobilo Koing. He drove to
P. M.
A.
M.
Our.-; is a •;teji-!ivtly-and-cBorgo
LOUR Brunch to the home of hisLeave Pier 24, foot of
Leave Red Bank
7:00
daughter, Mrs. Lee Sherman, where
,,.2:4S Leave Oceanic . . . . . .
Franklin street . . . . .
7.:2G
i
What the customers we serve, and the people of our city
lie received medical attention.
,.3:15
Leave Battery Landing ,
7:55
.5:00 Leave Highlands
This was the second minfortuno Arrive Highlands about
think of our company, our service, our employees. We are a
.5:30 Arriva Hattery Landing about 9:5f)
to occur in Mr. Potter's family in a Arrive Oceanic about . .
part of this community and we must do our part.
.6:00
Arrive
Red
Bank
about
,
Arrive Franklin street about 10.00 i
few weeks, fur Mrs, Potter has required hospital treatment and for a
.Has it occurred to you that we pay a substantial part of
NOTICE—At Battery Landing; all elevated trains for uptown,!
timo her condition was critical. She subway for uptown or to Brooklyn and surface c;ir.<j and fcrriiii to I
the taxes, that we return a large part of our revenue into the
40 Mechanic Street,
in now improving.
Staten Island and Brooklyn, can bo reached in two minutes.
j
hands from which it came in purchasing supplies, labor, etc.
RED BANK, N. J,
At Red Bank, Jitneys for Shrewsbury. Eatontown, Long Branch,' tf !U£T US KNOW I
j
Raymond
P.
Rohcrts
Dead.
Telephone 894 ivVs
Aabury Park, Fair Haven, Oceanic, Kumson, Littlo Silver, Camp Vail j
Our interest in this wonderful city "and in the people who
! Raymond P. Roberts of New
and Oeeanport.
!
live in it is gauged by the service we render. We are ever seekYork, formerly of New. Monmouth,
Special attention given to tho care of Autos, Horses and Carriages. 1
ing to make it satisfactory, adequate and reliable.
died very suddenly at hja desk last
Wednesday. He was a son of
Our office display floor is. now open Saturday afternoons
o^O':-ovO-:-ovO':ovOvOvOvOvQ->Ove-:-8-:'»oo-j«o«*«^-«<-«»«««*«MThomas V. G. Roberts and Lydia
and every evening to eleven o'clock.
: Parsons Roberts. The lattcp'was a
J sister of the late Capt. Charles B.
Our listings in the telephone directory will be extended bej Parsons of Red Bank.
Steamers Sea Bird and Albertina
We Wake Up
Early
WAKING
Burdge & Russell
1
ginning" June 5th so as to provide easy reference and our service
departments will be available for trouble calls at all times, day,
or night.
Your good will can be obtained in that way and in that way
only. It must be earned. We are going to keep on earning it.
ENGLISHTOWN NEWS.
Mite Society Electi Officers At;
tended Missionary Meeting?.
W. O. W. has paid to widows and orphans One
s The following officers havo been
Hundred and Fifty Million Dollars.
| elected by the Mite society: Mra.
j Goorge D, VanDenbergh president,
! Mrs. Hattie Dunfee vice president,
W. 0 . W. has almost one million members. Are
Mrs. Charles T. Woodward treasYou One of Them ?
urer and Mrs. II. H. VanDerveer.
Mrs. George P. VanDenbergh and
Mrs. William E. Anderson attended
W. O. W. total gross assets on March 1 was
the joint meeting of the womon'3
home and foreign, missionary soOver One Hundred Fifteen Million Dollars.
ciety held Et Burlington on Thursday. Mrs. Anderson was elected
The careful compounding of pretreasurer of the home mission de- W. O. W. pays its beneficiaries promptly, always
scriptions
is just as important as the
partment and Miss Katharine ConOQ
has and always will.
over was elected secretary of younj?
choice
of
a
doctor when you or your
people's work in the same departloved
ones
are
sick.
W.
O.
W.
insures
its
members
in
sums
ranging
ment.
Cuyler Young of Princeton semfrom $250 up to as high as $25,000. Are You
The best efforts of your doctor will go
inary preached in the Presbyterian
Carrying Enough Insurance?
church on Sunday.
for naught if what he prescribes is not
Mother's day was observed in the
carefully followed to the last item.
Presbyterian Siinday-eehool on SunW. O. W. will now insure with any kind of a
day and a boquet of carnations was
We specialize in this work and are
policy you want, and its rates are Insurance Or-)
presented to the oldest mother and
worthy
of your trust.
the mother with the largest family.
at Cost.
Miss Clara Bortner of Red Bank
spent the week-end with, her
brother, Lewis S. Bortner.
Frank and William Laird of Newark spent the week-end with their
H. C. HUB8ARD, Prop.
District Manager
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William I. D:tvison5 Sr.
Insurance
Notary
Publlo
Real
Estate
Mrs. Minnio Bans of Trenton
spent several days last "week with
5 6 Broad Street, Red Bank,
J.
her sister, Mrs. Clara Ileiidrickson.
Telephone 146.
Telephone 38.
Lester Ilann of Easton, Pa., spent
tho week-end with his mother, Mrs.
Theodore K. Ilann.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Cornell and
family spent a day last week at Asbury Park.
Miss Anna McDowell of Montelair spent a few day3 last week
with Mrs. D. E. Laird.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Marlatt and
daughter. Klizabotli spent Monday
with Mr. and Mrs. George Khodes
of Titusville.
"The Jonnsville Experience Meeting" was given Friday night by
Mrs. W. E. Anderson, Mrs. h. F.
Eodinp. Mrs. Edward T. Kooney,
Mrs. Charles T. Woodward, Mrs. C.
V. Aumack, Mr?. George D. VanDenbergh, Mrs. J. Laird Hulse, Mrs.
William J. Carr, Mrs. G. W. Conover and Mrs. Edward Evanson.
Tho. San ford Christian association
group met Wednesday night at the
mansei and organized a baseball
team with Rev. J. W. Rose manager
and Erland Brown captain.
Mrs. ?%un yr"' >son AMn of
Bridgeport, Conn.-, havo returned
home after spending komfttime with
her parents, Mr. anil Mrs, Morris
Kerstoin.
Garret B. Conover returned on
Thursday after spending several
days with his son, Spencer Conover
of North Hampton. While there he
attended a violin concert given by
his grandson, Garret B. Conover.
The Sanfonl Memorial church observed Mothers' day, by sending
autos for all members of the home
department and other mothers.
Foi-man VanDenbergh of Bayonne spent tho week-end with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George D.
VnnDenborjrh.
Mrs. A. T. Applegate has been ill
the past two weeks but is slowly improving.
Mr. ant! Mrs. Georffs Huff, Miss
Inn Huff and Mrs. Hannnh Bnrkalow of Tennent and Mrs. Mmy
I.nird were Sunday Ruosta of Mr?
Elizabeth Vaughn and daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Emmom
of Geneva, N". Y., we;re week-emf
guests of tho former's uncle, Walter II. Emmons.
Miss .T. Frcdricks visited friends'
at Crnnbury Station over Sunday.
Joseph Perrlno lina returned from
Ml:. Vernon, where ho spent n week
with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Farrlngton.
The junior high ncliooj bnseball
team of this placo and tho junior
baseball team of Freehold plnyed n
mti at Freehold last week with a
score of lfi-0 in fnvor of Englishtown.
Mv. and Mrs. William A. Soden
spent .Sunday nt Trenton with Mr.
and Mrs. Knrlow.
Miss Abhio Myers Bpenf ' tlie
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Edwards.
Mrs. Edna Dnvln vlnitod her
mother, Mrs. Helen Barr of Asbury
Park, one day Innt week.
Minn Edna Einmonn of Crnnbury
spoilt the -week-eiid • with her
mother, Mrn. Flora Emmona.
Red Bank
Mm. A. S. LnwiH ia improving
slowly from sickncsM.
Mr.;. ,S. Marl ill of Point Pleasant
npent Wednesday with Mr. and Mr*.
Carefully
Compounded
Consolidated Gas Company of New Jersey
A. E. FITKIN, 'President.
I'l
the Store Wi
+
4.
4
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4.
4.
•
4.
Every One is New.
Enough Said.
-i/ery One an
Exclusive Kays Model.
*1 195 Broadway
Long Branch, N. J. ^
n
Well te
16 Broad Street
Red Bank, N. I .
world
that you'll find "some" assortment of
Every Afoi©ring NeeA
At Lowest Cost
»
The pord Touring Car meets every
motoring requirement at the lowest
(possible cost. It is sturdy, dependable, ^long lived; easy to drive; convenient to park — and possesses
the highest resale value in proportion to list price, of any car built.
Detroit, Mlchlinn
The Touring Car
Runabout S26S
Coup. tl2S
Fordoor Sedan $685
F. 0. B. Detroit
Demountibio Rimi
and Stirtcr *85 extra
.
Tudor Sedan SS90
All tirlcts f, a. b. Dtirolt
MOUNT-ENGLISH CO.
200 Monmouth Street
Red Bnnlc, N. J .
Telephone 170.
,
THE UNIVERSAL GAR
Yweemhufanftnaitll&ma\\nga»malldcMn-t*aym*nt(tnAtttrtmilnaBuiytarm$forIhtbnlnnct.
Oryaucanbuv
on IhiFord w»ti)y Purpha§»PIan. Th* ford litaltr In your neighborhood v>lttaiadly*xplal*t both plans i» dttail.
in this up-to-date Men's Shop; wide brims,
narrow brims, high and low crowns, plain
and fancy bands, Sennits, Splits, Fancy
Weaves and all shapes in Panamas. No
head too small or large but we havea
Straw to cover it. Don't lag behind, but
come in and get yours while the "getting"
is good.
$2 $3
J. K
A. S, Lewis.
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Page Twelve
J first oIioninK
ui aicuniiUtifs
Gage Sports
Hats, $5.00
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RED BANK REGISTER, MAY 14, 19g4
Marvelous the inenn* of broadcnstii
by rudio today compared witli the
old "towu touricr."
Uorsc cars yesterday, the pride of only the
largest cities, have become today
;interesting old relics.
Gone but not foruutten "old hansom dtys"
when punctures and motoring pleasures
' were 'unknown.
The cumins of the railronti to Aibut-y Park.
1S70, marked a turnh.g iftlnt (n
thia clty'a Malory.' '
j
.
Savings Opportunities 5;
in the
JAUNTY STRAW SPORTS HATS
to wear with spring or. .summer
sports frocks. ".Mm pallors and
charming dronp brim models in the
newest colors—nil bearing the G;ige
label of smartness. .Specially purchased for this sale and marked at
the lowest possible price, $5.00.
Steinbaeh
Shops
for Men
Other incomes with contrasting
colored roll brims—now
$6.50
SUITS OF CHEVIOT AND CASSIMERES, in light and dark mixtures.
Smart English (jut and conservative
models in two 'and three button
style.
Blunt vests and full' cut
trousers. Regular and extra sizes.
35 to 44
, . .$29.50
STEINBACHS—First Floor
Women's and Misses
Apparel
^
WOMEVS AND MISSES' DRESSES
for • afternoon and street wear.
Charming: models that rolled the
newest stylo trends—in georgette,
satin or kasha crepes. Truly exceptional value at
$18.50
WOMEN'S AXD MISSES' AFTERNOON FROCKS—flattering models
that affect charming new slvle features in straiglitline effects, flounces,
flares or tiers. Fashioned of georgette, deftly headed, satin oi1 novelty crepes. Indeed surprising at
$24.50
DRESS, SPORTS OR UTILITY
COATS for wome.n and misses.
Gracefully, splendidly tailored models that show newest style treatments: tuckings, braiding, pleatings—not to mention smart capo
hacks and new form sleeves. Developed in flamingo, twills, polaires and
soft plaids, Newest colors. . Three
.sale groups at
$14.95, $24.50 and $39.50
TUB FROCKS charmingly fashioned
in linens, voiles, ginghams, dotted
swiss, broadcloths or tub silks. In
white or colors. Remarkably priced
at
'. $4.75
CREPE DE CHINE OVERBLOUSES
fashioned with attractive Bobby
necks and three quarter length
sleeves. Daintily Val lace trimmed.
In white only '
$4.79
ENGLISH. BROADCLOTH BLOUSES featuring Bobby, country club
or high necks. Overblouses or tuck
in models with self or Van Heusen
collars and cuffs. White, camel or
blue. Remarkable values at..$2.79
VOILE BLOUSES with smart roll or
Bobby collar and fine lace trimming.
Fashioned of plain white colored
check and striped voiles.
Three
quarter length sleeves. Very special at
$1.29
Y0UTHLINE CORSETS of flesh
color coutil. Well hone, long skirt
models with elastic tops and inserts.
Sizes 20 to ;ili
$2.95
BANDEAUX of good wearing cotton brocade. Hook back styles with
diaphram boning. Sizes -16 and -18,
$2.00
STEINBACHS—Second Floor
Hand Made Underthings
Sale Priced
STEIXBACHS—Second Floor
Women's Spring Neckwear
At Notable Savings
COLLAR AND CUFF SETS of fine
organdy with gay color touches—
others of linen hemstitched or lace
trimmed. Regular (>5c. Special
47c set
SPORTS SCARFS to complement the.
tailored blouse or swealer. Of fibre
or silk in newest colors. Reduced
to ......_«...!..•'.'•.••.'•..-'...:.... SI.50
WOMEN'S .SILK' GLOVES "Kayscr" make, l'ouble tipped and in
button lengths. Grey, mode, pongee,
white or black
$1.65 pair
STIOINISACHS — First Floor
Two Day Sale Women's
Gingham Frocks, $1.44
Hundreds of gingham daytime frocks
at a price for which ymi could not
pun base ihc materials fur making.
Carefully niadr '.'loci::; uf limst ginghams in chaiming styles for outdoor,
home or p'jrch wear. Choice of attractive, plain fast colors or novelty
check patterns. Sizes liG lo [i'l. On
f;ale two days only—May liUth and
21st
$1.44
,
CHILDREN'S
ROMPERS
AND
CREEPERS in a variety of materials, styles and colors. Some with
white tops, others in solid colors.
79c each
TRISCILLA BED. SPREADS, a firm
durable weave. Full size-in a choice
of attractive colors
$2.69
IUADERIA LUNCHEON SETS consisting of thirteen pieces of effective patterns that reflect finest handwork
'.
$6.48 set
INFANTS' DRESSES with dainty
yokes of^ embroidery finished with
lace and lace trimmed bottoms.
Long styles only. Very special at
89c
BROWN'S SHAMROCK PATTERN
CLOTHS of finest linen with lustrous satin finish. Two yards square
and exceptional values at ...$5.48
Napkins to match 21*/j inches square
now
$6.48 doz.
BABIES' DRESSES, cunning style
fashioned with small collars and
deep hems. Now reduced to 50c each.
LUNCHEON CLOTHS or Bridge
table covers of pure white Irish
linen with neat hemstitched edges.
Size 30x3(1 inches. Reduced to $2.69
STEINBACHS—Second Floor
STEINBACHS—First Floor
_J
FEATURING
WOMEN'S LOW SHOES in tan,
grey or airedale suede. High grade
slippers with hand turned poles and
Cuban, Dolly or Louis heels. A
clearance of broken lines of newest
summer
styles.
Regular
$0.85,
$111.85 and $11.85 values, now $7.25
pair.
WOMEN'S SMART SANDALS and
slippers—comfortable and trim in
appearance are involved in this sale.
Developed in patent kid, tan and
grey suede. A special purchase,
therefore exceptional values at
$3.95 pair
STEINBACHS—First Floor
Practical athletic combinations for
the warmer months. Comfortable,
full cut models, fashioned of line
nainsook in sizes fl to 12 years.
69c garment
STEINBACHS—Second Floor
I'loiu incriMisp In lunnufartllilnGC
•lit j..iun 1» hut n remilt <,t
Kr.nt jiu'riiniilral Low, r
,
BOYS' FLAPPER SUITS for sturdy
play wear.
Made, of serviceable)
khaki jean. Web belts with inetal
buckles. Sizes 3 to 10 now . . .98c
BOYS' WASH SUITS, short sleeve
models in Oliver Twist and middy
styles. Of grey and tan cambric.
$1.00
BOYS' BLOUSES with short sleeves
and large collars.
Fashioned of
striped madras in neat stripe effects.
Sizes 8 to 15
59c
Spring Dress Fabrics
Lamps
$1.00 SATIN CANTON CREPE, 40
in., a beautiful soft silk. Black and
all fashionable shades
$2.68 yd.
gf
orass and
Rag Rugs
Housewares
Saturday, May 17th, to and
including May 24th
Unusual value giving opportunities are offered
irythis stupendous "Week of Sales" of which
this page gives but a partial summary. Prices
are decidedly lowered on seasonable merchandise for home and personal use. And the
quality measures fully up to the high standard
the Steinbaeh store has maintained for half a
century. Send for a booklet of Opening Sales.
Vacuum n
Cleaners
Oil Stoves
Toiletries
Cretonne
Novelties
Stationery
Victrolas , ~~
$1.00
ion's
skirts
smart
SPORTS SILKS, 40 in., fashfavorite weaves for sports
nnd jacquettog. In black nnd
new colors
$2,68 yd.
$:S.4O and $3.75 CANTON CREPES,
40 in., excellent quality. Every desirable shade for skirts, frocks or
blouses
$2.68 yd.
$3.50 CORKSCREW CREPES, 40 in.
A modish and splendid quality silk
and wool fabric for spring wraps
or coats. All colors
$2.68 yd.
$2.50 CREPE DE CHINE, 40 in., a
fine soft weave for dance frocks or
lingerie. In staple colors and pastel
shades
$1.68
$3.50 SPORTS FLANNELS, 51 in.—
the season's accepted fabric for
sports frocks or coats. A beautiful quality in smartest colors.
$2.68 yd.
$2.50 WOOL TWEEDS, 54 in., in all
the newer color combinations. Exceptionally low priced for Anniversary Bales at
$1.98 yd.
$2.25 WOOL JERSEYS 54 in. wide.
Black, white, navy and smart new
sports shades are represented in this
selection of finest quulity Jersey.
$1.68 yd.
I
STEINBACHS—Firat Floor
Wash Materials
Take Lower Prices
Exceptional Values in
Women's Hosiery
Anniversary Savings
In the Drug Section
WOMEN'S ALL S1L1C HOSE "McCallum" make which assures splendid wearing quality. Black, white
and all neuesl shades ...$1.95 pair
WOMEN'S SILK HOSE
'Tolly"
brand. Full fashioned with garter
tops.
Mack, white, greys, brown,
nude or peach
$1.70 pair
WOJIE.VS
F1BHK AND SILK
HOSE—"Phoenix" ninke with seam
backs. \ cry specially priced at
59<; pnir
OAKLEY'S PACKAGES containing
(i (.unco bottle of Bay Kum, Quinine
Hair Tonic and Cocoanut Oil Shampoo, usually $2.00, now
$1 00
HAIR KKUSIIES with good backs
and line bristles. ijl.50 grade reduced in
..$1.00
HANI) MIRRORS, in ivory, ebony
nr rosowond present unusual values
in the Anniversary sale at ...$1.00
STEINBACIIS—First Floor
STEINBACHS—First Floor
Children's Combinations
Reduced for May Sale
BOYS' KNICKERS, full cut and
durably made , of fine grey cotton
crash. Size3 7 to 18. Very special
69c pair
BOYS' KHAKI KNICKERS, fast
colors.
Splendidly made, to givelong wear. Sizes 8 to 1 8 . . .79c pair
Furniture §
Women's Footwear
g
TWEED AND C \SSIMERE SUITS
in light and dark mixtures with two
pairs of knickers nnd belt to match.
Pleated and belted coats, mohair
lined. Sizes 8 to 17
$10.50
STEINBACHS—Second Floor
Mattings -^
WOMEN'S ITALIAN SILK VESTS
of fine quality in bodice top styles.
In pink, orchid, peach, black or
white
$1.45
WOMEN'S FIBRE SILK STEP-INS
generously cut. Choose from pink,
orchid, peach and white in Anniversary sales at
$1.5$
R1CHLIEU UNION SUITS, built
up shoulder and bodice styles with
loose or tight knee. Remarkable
savings at 89c garment.
WOMEN'S RIBBED VESTS in lowneck!!, short sleeve styles. Sizes 36
to 11. Now . . . [ , . ; . . • • .45c and 59c
WOMEN'S
CHAMOISETTE
GAUNTLETS "Kayser" make in
eight button length?.. Oak, gray,
taupe
$1.10 pair
Surprising Values in
Boys' Clothing
54th Anniversary
Women's Knit Underthings
Women's Gloves
At Anniversary Savings
Sale of
Household Linens
BOYS' UNION SUITS of cross bar
madras. Reinforced seats and web
band. Sizes -1 to 12
59c
STEINBACHS—Second Floor "
STEIXBACHS—First Floor
Layette Shop
Offerings
\
WORSTED COATS in smart collarless, side button models with novelty
stripe fronts. Mexico, Empress blue,
camel or grey. Unusual values at
$7.45
"KID BOOTS" BLOUSE SWEATERS of light weight worsted with
three quarter sleeves. Long roll collar and cuffs of bouchlettc. In Lanvin, buff, Mexico or Empress blue.
Now
$2.95
WORSTED JERSEY SWEATERS
in popular sleeveless styles with two
slit pockets. Arm holes, bottom,
front and pockets bound with white
Jersey. Jockey, white, black nnd
white or Lanvin
$4.79
Distinctively fashioned frocks which
give a slenderizing appearance and
also adhere to fashion's dictates o£
the new season.
Developed in
voiles, linens and normandies—all
effectively trimmed. Sizes 12 lo SO.
Very special . . .'
$18.50
WOMEN'S KID GLOVES "Chanut
make" in tv-o c l a p style?. Available in white only in Anniversary
sales at
05c pair
CHILDREN'S
RIBBED
SOCKS
with contrasting colored cuff tops.
Three quarter length in grey, brown,
black or champagne
5Qc pair
CHILDREN'S
RIBBED
SOCKS,
three quarter lengths in novelty
check weaves. Tan, brown, black or
white .
75c pair
Other Sales
Not Listed On
this Page—
Smart Spring Sweaters
At Reduced Prices
WOMEN'S Kill GAUNTLETS of
splendid quality. t> button lengths
in briivn in" tan. Wry special values at
$1.89 pair
Unusual Special in
Children's Hosiery
PORTO RICAN NIGHT GOWNS—
hand
drawn
and
embroidered.
Sleeveless, V and square neck, short
sleeve styles in this sale group at
$1.98
PHILIPPINE NIGHT GOWNS of
fine batiste—made every stitch by
hand. V and square neck models—
some with short sleeves, other sleeveless. Very special
$1.98
Smart Tub Dresses
For the Larger Woman
p u w o r plmitit t i n
M Innii) pout
itlm m - o U c c l i .
Interesting Reductions on
Corsets and Brassieres
STEINBACHS—Second Floor
STEIXBACHS—Second Floor
FTEINISACHS—Second Floor
Spring Opening Sale
ofBlouses
Anniversary Sale •
of Umbrellas
Gift Shop
Specials '
1
WOMEN'S SILK UMBRELLAS for
sun or rain use. In navy, purple,
wine, brown, green or black. A
splendid choice.- of attractive new
bundles. Remarkably priced at $2.95
WEN'S AND WOMEN'S COTTON
lliMHKELLAS oT lincst quality in
"f> and ~H inch sizes. Choice of
ring, strap or crook handles in this
Fpecial selection at
$1.95
WROUGHT IRON BRIDGE LAMPS
with hand decorated parchment
shades. An outstanding value at
$2.95
MAII JONG TORCIIIERKS—an attractivo wood fibre product. Very
special at
$1.00
NK'KLF, PIK DISHES with glass
hake dish. Reduced now t o ' . . $1.25
CONSOLE ShTS consisting of gracefully shaped bowl and two candlesticks.
Of line iridescent amber
. B9c set
STEINBACIIS—First Floor '
Novelty Jewelry
Low Priced
.
CRYSTAL
BEAD
NECKLACES
AND CHOKERS in newest styles
and colors. A charming selection at
45c each
JEWELED COMBS in a choicc"~of
attractive styles. Effectively act with
tinv colored stones. Priced at
2 for $1.00
BEADED BAGS in maViy new popular styles. In attractive designs and
rich colorings—exceptional values at
$5.95
STEINBACHS—First Floor
Savings on
Leather Goods
HAND BAGS AND ENVELOPE
PURSES some of leather—others of
silk. A wide choice of newest atylea.
Values to ?;i.5() at
$1.05
A'jl7'
BLUE SERGE skillfully tailored.
Guaranteed fast color.
Soft roll
front models in threo button semi
buck styles. Regular pockets and
mohair lining. Very special $26.50
WHITE FLANNEL
TROUSERS,
good weight nnd splendidly tailored.
All sizes 29 to 44. Reduced to $6.95
GOLF KNICKERS, white linen.
Full cut and well finished. Buckle,
and button cuffs. Waist sizes 29 to
44
$3.25
KHAKI TROUSERS strongly sewed.
Patent buttons nnd cuff bottomB.
Waist sizes 30 to/12
$1.19
MEN'S PAEUSATEEN SHIRTS, a
new English fabric with fine lustre
finish.
Separato soft Dot and attached collars.
Ideal shirts for
summer wear in smartest colors,
also figure and mottle effects. .$3.49
MEN'S SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
of fine naiheheck. Shirts sldeveless
coat style. Drawers, knee length.
All sizes
59c
MEN'S SHIRTS of English Broadcloth and imported English madras.
Neckband styles in a good assortment of designs nnd colors. Also
fine white Oxford collar attached
shirts. Sizes 14 to 17. Very special at $1.85 or
3 for $5.23
MEN'S ATHLETIC UNION SUITS
of fine nainsook nnd madras cloths.
Full cut with reinforced seams and
tape armholes.
Webb insert at
back. Neck sizes 34 to 46,
89c, 3 for $2.BO
MEN'S
SILK
PLATED
HOSE,
with reinforced heel and sole. In
black, cordovan, smoko or navy.
S:zes 9 Vi to 11M,
49c
MEN'S COTTON PAJAMAS In
fancy neat effects and plain colors.
Full cut and silk loop trimmed. All
sizes . ;
$1.44 or 3 for $4.25
MEN'S INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS
of line count material with quarter
inch horns and colored initials
6 for $1.00
MEN'S WALKING OXFORDS of
high grade, tan calf skin—in newest
spring shade.
Lasts that every
man can wear with absolute comfort.
Sensible but dressy walking
models that offer splendid value
at
$4.95 pair
A Radio Sale that
Broadcasts—"Savings"
CROSLEY X J RECEIVING SETS,
one of the best makes on the market
will be offered during Anniversary
sales at a remarkable reduction.
Sets complete with tubes, batteries,
loud speaker, phones and antenna,
equipment. Regularly $105.00. Special $75.00. A salo of extraordinary
interest to every radio fan! Investigate our Club Plan of convenient
deferred payments.
$1.25 PRINTED CREPES—soft finish cotton and silk mixture fabrics.
In newest patterns and spring colors,
36 in
•
89c yd.
$1.39 FRENCH VOILES that will
fashion charming summer frocks.
Attractivo checks in new uports
shades. 36 in. .-.
98c yd.
$4.00 WHITE LONGCLOTH—a fine
noft quality for many household
uses. Ten yard pieces—43 in. wide.
$3.00
$3.74
WHITE
LONGCLOTH—a
splendid quality for this new low
Anniversary price. Ten yard pieces
now
•• •
$2.08
39c NAINSOOK, exceptionally fine
quality for lingerie purposes. 3G in.
wide
29c jd.
2Cc NAINSOOK, a quality seldom
available at a price so low. .'16 in.
wide
'
17c yd.
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STEINBACHS—First Floor
', j
STEINBACHS—Third Floor1
Handkerchief Values
WOMEN'S SPORTS HANDKERCHIEFS—some, white with colored
borders or plain with odd initinls—
others in novelty plaid effects.
7 for 98c
WOMEN'S
LINEN
HANDKERCHIEFS in plain white with neat
quarter inch hems. Special
IS for $1.00
MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS with
brown borders. Regular 35c values
in this salo nt
19c
MEN'S INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS
—an odd selection. Regular $1.00
vi.lues at
50a
CHILDREN'S
HANDKERCHIEFS
in gny new colors with neat embroidery touches. Ver1^ special
25o
1
STEINBACHS—First Floor
BRIDGE SETS, bill folds, hand bags
and purses comprise- this interesting
Anniversary sale group. Very special at
$1.00 each
Jsbury Park, N* J.
Th« nncii popular Mali Mcyds of 1R73 accornpllitieil iftuch In proniotlnti
"good road* movement."
of today -would tmv«
Bulned "priMllny" In
pen times.
VOLUME XLVI, NO. 47.
laaued Weekly, EnUre& a» SoconA-Claao Matter at the Postoffice et tt«d Bank, H. J., uoder the Act of March 8d, 1879.
GIRL W i SBIG LAWSUIT, NEW BATHING PAVILIONS,
pAMAGES OF $12,000 AWARD TWO. WILL BE BUILT AT SEA
BRIGHT THIS.SEASON.
ED TO RED BANKER.
filisi Elvira Rendino's Arm wn
Cut Off in a Railroad Acciden
and Sho Sued the Railroad Com
; p«ny Because of Her Injuries.
Damages o£"$12,O00 were awarded last week to Miss Elvira Ren
dino of Leighton avenue, Keil Bank
in a suit which she brought against
the New York and Long Brand
railroad company. The case wai
tried before Judge Daly and a jurj
at Freehold.
Six years ago Miss Rcndino'i
right arm was cut off at tho wris
when an mitomobile in which sttf
was riding was struck by a loco
motive at Interlaken. Constants
einco that time there bus been liti
gation over the mutter. The first
suit resulted in damages of $25,001
for Miss Itcndino, but the supreme
Court set nsido the verdict on the
ground thul it was excessive. Ai
tho second suit tho jury disagreed
The third suit resulted in a victor:
for the railroad company. Mis:
Rendino appealed from his deci
nion, with the result, as said before
that damages of $12,000 wen
awarded to her. Tho -railrom
company has appealed from thi:
verdict.
At tho first three trials Mu
Rcndino was represented by n Nev
York lawyer. At tho last trial sho
was represented by Reilly, Quinn &
Pnrsons.
AN OLD SUBSCRIBER SICK.
Charles E Stronfj, Formerly of
CoU'» Ncc. in Feeble Health.
Chnrles E. Strong of New Brans
Nvick, a former resident of Colt's
Neck, who has been under trcatmen:
Bt the General Military hospital at
New Brunswick, has recovered suffl
ciently to bo nblo to return to his
home. He is quite feeble., but he
keeps in good spirits. A letter received by Tho Register from Mr
Strong yesterdny states that ho
looks forward to and welcomes The
Register in its weekly visits to his
home.
Mr. Strong was for many years
a constablo of Monmouth county
and ho also served as court constable through a long term of years
Ho is one of the very few persons
who subscribed for Tho Register
1
with its first issue on June 28th
1878, and who has continued to take
the paper_ ever since. When The
Registei'*was started the editor of
the paper was just finishing a year's
term as school teacher at Colt's
Neck and Mr. Strong's two daugh• ters wero pupils at the school. When
Mr. Strong subscribed for tho.paper before its first issue was printed, ho said he wanted to see what
kind of a paper the man who was
teaching his two daughters could
turn out. Ho evidently must have
thought it wna a good paper, for he
had been taking it ever since.
Ono Will be Built for William T
Sandlass North of the Seabrigh
Railroad Station and the Other
Will bo Built Soutli of Seabright.
Soabright will have two new bath
ing pavilions the coming summer.
William T. Sandlass of Itcd IJuali
and a number of summer resident
of Seabright and Highlands havi
formed u company known as "Wil
Ham T. Sandlass, Incorporated,'
and will build a pavilion a quartei
of a milo north of the Seabrigh
railroad station. Tho other pavilioi:
will bo built near the Seabrigh
freight station by Harry Osmun am
Conrad Anderson of Seabright.
Tho Snndlnss company will havi
a pavilion comprising 181 bathhouses. A largo waiting room,, office and storage room will be in the
front part of the pavilion and tlii
part will resemble a bungalow, Th<
building will be enclosed with wide
weatherboards and. there will bo Bix
teen rows, of bathhouses. Tho bathing beach will be 200 feet long. On
tho ocean sido of the pavilion a
porch will bo built for spectator
and room for automobiles will be
provided. Capt. Charlc3 P. Irwin
of Red Bank has the contract fo
tho foundation of tho bathhouse
and pavilion nnd he will pump down
1C0 piling- for this purpose. Georg<
W. Sewing of Red Bank has the
contract for erecting tho building,
which will cost about $18,000. I
will bo completed in June.
Mr. Osmun nnd Mr. Anderson
have not yet completed plans for
their pavilion but thtiy expect to
have over 200 bathhouses. Their
pavilion will bo located on the road
from Seabright to Long Branch.
Mr. Sandlass has been in the
beach bathing business a numbe'
of years and has managed pavilion
at Highland Beach and Seabright,
LONG BRANCH'S ELECTION.
People's Ticket Victorious in Bitterly Fought Campaign.
The election at Long Branch yes
te-rday resulted in a victory for the
candidates running on what was
styled the People's ticket, headed by
Frank Howland, who was elected
mayor. Howland defeated Samue
B. Zartmnn, who has been a com
missionor several years, by a vote
of 4,369 to 2,675. The commissioners elected with Mr. Howland and
their votes were Stanley Bouse
4,475, Dr. Frederick Carr, 3,519
Isaac Woolley 8,384 and Marshal
Woolley 3,8!) G. Thomas Beatty
ono of the old commissioners, was
high man among the defeated candidates, Jio receiving 2,9G2. Tho votes
polled by tho .other def eated candi
dates were Milton Earlo 2,554, Wai
laco R. Fesler 2,133,'Morris Burns
1,742, Sidney C. VanDyke 654,
Frank Vanderhoof 192, -Frank
Wcntz 254 and Bowie 120.
The campaign was: ono of the
YOUNG FOLKS' ELECTION.
bitterest ever held in the county. A
total
of 7,129 votes wero cast, the
John Hill Choien President of greatest
number ever polled nt
Methodist Church Society.
Long Branch.
1
The young people's union of tho
Eed Bank Methodist church held an BOATMEN'S MINSTREL SHOW.
election of officers Monday night.
John Hill was chosen president, Big Advance. Sale of Tickets for
Performance Next Week.
Lester Frake vice president, Miss
Emma Kiel secretary, Roy Inscoe
Tho old-time minstrel show to be
treasurer, Miss Sarah. Mitchell as- given by the North Shrewsbury
sistant treasurer, Miss Christine ico boat and yacht club at tho high
Francis pianist, Miss Natalio Pharo school auditorium Thursday night
assistant pianist, Mis.i Ruth Comp- of next week is under the direction
ton chairman of the devotional of Harry Stewart. It will open
committee, Miss Helen Compton with an old-time minstrel chorus
chairman of tho membership com- nnd tho program will include the
mittee and Miss Carolino Warden usual local hits from the end men
chairman of the help and mercy and solos and male quartette num
committee.
hers. A number of selected vaude
villo acts will appear in the olio,
some of which will bo by local
New Barn nt Tinton Falls.
Charles Dryer of Tinton Falls is talent.
The soloists will includo Arthur
building n lmrn to replace one
which was destroyed by fire five C. Belvor, Eugene Magee nnd Lesweeks ago. He had insurance- of ter Davis. After thif show ther
$500, which was about one-third the will be dancing in the ninin assem
. loss. A number of chickens were bly hall. Hackett's band will pla;
destroyed in the fire. Mr. Dryer is for dancing. Many tickets have albuilding the • burn himself. lie is ready been sold by dub members
employed us gardener on a place nnd the club expects a completely
near Seabriglit and he works on the (Hied house.
barn during bis spnro time.
HF.DGF. DAMAGE BY AUTO.
Joseph.Snlz Back in Red Bank.
Joseph Snlz of lied Bank, who
has been a surgical patient at the
Long Branch hospital for a month
or more, returned to Bed Bunk this
week. He ia still under tho care of
bin nurse, and though ho is still
wenk, be is able to take long walks
each day. ilo has taken up his
former quarters at tho Globe hotel.
Driver Lost Control and Car Ran
Across Broad Street Lawn.
A large part of the hedgo in
front of Millnrd Fillmore Cornwell'.i yard at.the corner of Broad
street and Branch avenue was ripped out last night by nn automobile
Irivcn by a woman, who lost control of the car and drove it across
Mr. Cornwell's lawn. Tho number
of tho car was obtained nnd when
Tho Caloroil Burner
tho woman's name is learned sho
h simple, durable, economical and will bo summoned to appear before
rclinblo. Contract your ntorngc
tank and fuel oil delivery now. Recorder W. J. Poulson.
Caloroil Kalcn and Service,' JtO West
Fond nnd Apron Sale.
Front fltroct, Kflil Dank. Phone
1020.—Advertisement.
Tho sewing circlo of tho First
Presbyterian church of Red Bank
Boston Croam Pie.
will hold u food and npron sale on
Try ono to take homo. Also 'Viday, May l(i, from 3.00 to 5:30
cakes and other pio.i. The Cozy P. M., in tho vacant storo on Broad
Corner Tea Room mulu-.'i thorn illf- trect, adjoining tho Candy Kitchen.
forent. 'Phono Red Ilnnk tjGO-J.— —Advertisement.
Advertise nir'-' i
Coal) Coall
A Svirn Cur«
EgK, Ktovn nnd nut; price $13 per
for motliH in to have your winter on delivered, i'Gordon Coal Comrlotlion thoroughly
cleaned before mny.—Advertisement.
you put tin-ill11'' 'ay. Max Leon, 'i\
Went Front iitrci-t. Tclophniio 7IM.
Hollo Central,
—Advertlm-mi-nt.
?ivo Hi- KiOfi, Yellow Hood tnxi,
Sundaes and French vanilla ien
orenm Hodiifi at l»il''ic>rc'« store, V26
Shrewsbury nvcmio; ulso mwspnpoi'M aid jioriudiciijs.—Advertisement.
ippoaitii Red Ilnnk railroad station.
-Advertisement.
WEDDINGS.
Morford—Williams.
Miss Edna A. Morford, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Kdvvard H. Morford of Fair Vjew, and IJewey Williams of Perth Anibuy were married Saturday at tho bride's homo
timid decorations of roses and other
(lowers. About fifteen immediate
relatives nnd a few intimate friendt
of the couple wcro present. Both
tho brido and groom are members
of tho Baptist church of Hod Bank
and tho ceremony was performed
by Rev. W. E. Brnisted, the pastor
o£ th.nl church. The ring ceremony
was used. Misa Alice Mount of
Fair View was bridesmaid and the
groomsman was Georgo Morford, r
brothel* of tho bride. After the
ceremony a wedding luncheon wai
enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Williams
have started housekeeping in their
new houso at Riverside Heights',
near Fair View. Tha groom is an
expert, window decorator.
Atwator—Sweeney.
. Misa Hannah Atwater, daughter
of Frederick Atwater of Atlantic
Highlands, and James Sweeney of
Brooklyn, were married Saturday,
Mny 3d, by Rev. Martin Brynildsdn
of Atlantic Highlands. A reception
wns held after the ceremony. The
couple will live at Brooklyn.
SOUTH STREET HOUSE SOLD.
Miss Anna Kennedy Buys the Old
White Homestead.
William V. Smith of Hudson
avenuo has sold his property On
South street* to Misa Anna Kennedy, who has been living in one
of the Jeffrey apartments on Monmouth street. Miss Kennedy is a
sister of Mrs. Julia Lovett of Hudson avenue. She bought the place
as a home. The property ia known
as the old White homestead and
the houso on it is one of the oldest houses in Eed Bant The lot
is 55 feet wide- and over 200 feet
deep. Tho houso sets back on the
rear end of the lot. Of recent
years the interior of tho house has
been remodeled and modern improvementB have been installed.
The outward appearance of the
houso remains in its original form
except for a metal roof which
was placed on it a few years ago
to replacu tha old shingles. The
house contains eight rooms. Miss
Kennedy paid $G,500 for the prop
erty.
MOOSE FAIR NEXT MONTH.
Red Bank Lodge Will Have Second
Annual Event in June.
The. second annual fair of the
Moose lodge of Red Bank will be
held June 14th to 21st, inclusive,
on the French lot at the corner of
Monmouth nnd West streets. Each
night there will bo dancing on a
platform, with music by nn orchestra. The Moose are not Bupiirstitious, but they believe good fortune
is connected with the number thirteen. They will have thirteen booths
at which will be sold fancy articles,
lamps, blankets, robes, silverware,
leather goods and other things. The
profits of the fair will be used to
build a Moose home. Frank J. Mulvihill is chairman of the fair committee, William H. Norman is secretary and Joseph E. Brooks' and
Joseph Wildanger are treasurers.
HIS 77th BIRTHDAY.
Family Gathering at the Home of
Georgo Philip rCuhl.
Georgo Philip Kuhl celebrated
his 77th birthday with a family
gathering' at his homo on Kector
place Sunday. His, relatives enjoyed dinner and supper and n socinblo time. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Smock, George
Kuhl, Frank Kuhl and Misses Agnes
nnd Nellie Kuhl of Red Bank and
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Frick and their
children Robert and Ethel Frick of
Hastings, New York.
Mr. Kuhl has lived at Eed Bank
about sixty years and for a number
of yeara ho conducted a biirber
business here. He. has led a retired life, the past fifteen years.
Mrs. Kuhl died eighteen years ago.
SIX HOUSES RENTED.
Now Occupants for Dwellings in
Various Parts of Town.
William A. Hopping lias rented
harles Dimond's house OR Riverside jivenuo to Major K, G. JCliott
of Camp Vail, .1. Tnifl'ord Allen's
houso on Riverside avenue to Bernard L. Katsin, the Triu-x house on
Wallace street to Wesley house on
Little Silver, tho Martin houso on
East Front street to Theodore Edward Hull of New York, Frank
Manson's house on Monmouth street
to Percy I,. Walling and Gardiner
P. Lloyd's house on Riverside drivG
to William Ulaekton of Red Bank.
Pearl Street Variety Shop,
Come iii anil look over my new
inn of gingham and linen drosses.
Also hand-made waists and hosiery.
Prices reasonable. Paulino Lmi-r
Moss, 2,'l Penrl atroct, Red Bank.—
Advertisement.
Sample! Dresses
for nnle; heavy crepo de chintm,
crepe back satin?! and novelty silks;
sizes 14, 10 and 18; very reasonable. Mm. Johnston, 51 Peters
place, Hod Bank.—Advertisement.
Radio Supplies
A. V. Gregory, (IT Broad street,
Edison Me. da Lamps.
ted Bank.—Advertisement.
.A. V. Gregory, C7 Brond Btroet,
icU JJnnk. —Advertisement,
It pays to ndvcrUso In Tho KcBlator.
RED BANK, N. J., WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1924.
A GREAT AERIAL SHOW, OVER ?l,500 IN PRIZES.
BIG AIR DEMONSTRATION AT PLANS WELL ADVANCED FOR
LAKEHURST MAY 31st.
BIG EXHIBIT AT ARMORY.
H. C. SCHLICHTING FINED $25.
Fair View Man Drove Atito Truck
Without a Liceme.
Herman ('. Schlichting of Fair
View was arrested last Thursday
by a state trooper for driving his
automobile truck without a license
plato on the truck. At tho. hearing
before. Justice Klmer ('.. Wninwright, Mr. Schlichting ntatr-d that
the truck was a new ono and that
he had driven it to Red Bank to
have it weighed, -this bcin^ ji^iM'.-isary in order to get a license for
it. Instead of getting the license,
however, Mr. Schlichting started to
drive the truck back to Fair View
without a license and it was while
he wag on his way there that he was
•irrested. lie said that tho niuH
came off the truck and that for this
reason ho didn't want to drive th
truck through town to get a license.
Mr. Wainwright explained to Mr.
Schlichting that he could walk to
tho license agency and get the license; that there wns no necessity
for him to drive the track to the
agency after it had been weighed.
A fina of $li,r> and costs was imposed,
which was paid.
$1.50 PER YEAR.
PAGES 13 TO
SCHOOL NINE WINS TWICE.
RED BANK BEATS LAKEWOOD CHANGES ON THE BENJAMIN |<|^
AND LONG BRANCH.
WORTHLEY PROPERTY.
£
Government Will Demonstrate Vte Flower, Vegetable and Fruit Men,
Scores are Close in Both Games-— Little Silver Farm of 25 Years A1HJT
Co-operating With tho Business
of Dirigiblos, Airplanes, Kitei,
Red Bank and Ocean Grove to
Is Now a Well-Seltlcd Commuo*
Men's AsROciation, are Rapidly
Captivo Balloons and Parachutes
Play This Afternoon on Oriole
ity—One of tho Few Remaining
Getting Arrangements Made,
—Everything Free to the Public.
Field—Girls Loio to Westfield.
Loi» on tho Placo Sold Last VfetiU
Tin- 2Kth annual exhibition of
Many Red Bankers and people
By a score of 12 to 11 the Red
A few days ngo there waa put «tf
from other parts of Monmouth the Monmouth cnunty horticultural
Rank high school baseball team de- record at I'roi-bobl n ,|r-od for n loS
counly are planning to attend the society will bn. hold at the Red Bank
feated Lakewood high school Sat- at Lit tin .Silver from Ilenjnmln John
big air .demonstration to bo given i armory Thursday anil Friday, Sepurday afternoon at Lakewood. Parker to Russell' K. Golder. Jlr,
at the naval air station at1 Lnke- ' tcmbf.-r 11th and 12th. Thin was
Laki.-wood opened up with four
er is the BOH of a former farms
hurst on Saturdny, May 31st.' The decided Monday at a joint meetruns. In the sixth Red Bank hamt Tinton Kails, who cold hlt|
giant dirigible Snenandoa'h will be ing of the horticulturists and a
mered lhn ball for .seven runs. At farm about two yearn ago.
shown in (light nnd there will be committee from the Red Bank busithe beginning of tho ninth frame
The lot i:i p,-irh of flic former fnrmi
flights in airplanes, balloon ascen- ness men's association, which is
each team had scored eleven runs.
sions, parachute drops and many co-operating with tho flower, fruit
Taylor of Red Bank walked. Ho of Benjamin P. Wortbley. Tha
other thrilling and interesting stunts and vegnkilile growers.
stole second and third and brought farm was on the north side of tha
performed by service men in the
Thoro will be 181 classes In this
id the winning run on Fix's sacri- Little Silver Point mad and it ton* i
army and navy. All of the program year's exhibition. Tho cash and
fice. Smock, Rice and BaiU-y led tained about twenty acres. Twenty.*
will be free to tho public.
merchandise premiums will aggrein the hitting for Red Bank, Smock five years ago or morn the farm waa f
getting four safe hits and iiice ami bsugbt by thn l.-itu W. Tabor Par.*
Perhaps the most interesting an- gate over $1,500. The show space
Bailey three apiece. For Lakewood kor of Little Silver; tho late William t
nouncement from the officers in available will he 14,000 square feet,
Mason, Dzio and Bonne shared the Applegatr, father of Richard Apple-|
charge of the demonstration is that of which 4,000 square feet will be
batting honors. Red Bank niado gate of Re.I Bank; tho late Edmund
civilian passengers will be carried on devoted to commercial exhibits of
sixteen hits and Lakewood made Wilson, ami thn present Benjamin
government aircraft, including the fertilizers, garden implements, hot
John Parker, vice president of tha
seventeen.
Shenandoah. Authority has been house equipment, seeds, etc.
Second national bank of Red Bank,
The horticulturists are particularobtained to carry civilians in variLast Wednesday afternoon Re-1 Part of the farm was retained by
ous types of aircraft in order to in- ly anxious to have the amateur
Bank trimmed Long Branch high Mr. Woi-tblcy, this part being t!i«
terest the public in the many types classes well filled and exceptionschool by a score of 8 to (i, over- Worthley homestead nnd about Bn
which, will be in the air at Lakc- ally inviting premiums will be dis- AFTER BIG FLOWER SHOW. coming an enrly lead mode by acre of land adjoining tha houso,
tributed
thi'oughtout
this
departhurst on demonstration day. From
State Dahlia Growers May Exhibit tho Ijong Branch nino. This, afterTim new- owners of tho property
numbers issued to visitors, certain ment. Special attention is being
noon on tho Oriole field Red Bans
Their Specimens Here.
called
to
the
fruit
and
vegetable
ones will bo drawn by lot and anwill play Ocean Grove- high school. mapped it, divided it into lots and
Red Bank may be selected as
nounced by the giant loud speaker classes. The fruit department ia a
Tho Red Bank high school girls' plots and offered it for Kale. Tho
new one in the Red Bank show and the placo for holding tho New Jer- basketball team lost its chan™ for -greater part of Littlo Silver Point
installed for the occasion.
sey stata dahlia show next year.
time was made up of farm I
Besides the Shenandoah other fruit growers in this section of At a meeting of the- state horticul- tho stato championship by losing at thatand
was operated ns farms I
lighter-than-air-activities, including Monmouth county have been in- turists last week at Trenton, to Westfield Saturday afternoon at K-nrls
not as. country estates, and tha1 '
non-rigid airships, free balloons, vited to make exhibits in this fall'i where this year's show is to be Roselle by a score of 34 to 11. In and
tho first quarter the ball was con- sale of lots and ploU was slow. A i
kite balloons, and tho comio hop- show.
The preliminary schedule will be held, the Monmouth county horti- stantly in Westfield's territory, Red road was cut through the tract and j
ping balloons will be demonstrated
cultural
society,
through
the
co-opready -within the next ten days and
Bank failing to score. In the sec- named Parker avenue. Lots *were j
for the benefit of the public.
eration of the Red Bank business ond half Red Bank played an erratic laid out on this, road as well ns on i
a
copy
can
be
had
by
writing
to
In addition to the lightcr-than-air
men's asociation, offered the use
Little Silver Point road and on a :
activities, the world's foremost air- Frank Edington, . secretary, Rel of the Eed Bank armory for the game, only occasionally Bhowin^ road known as Rumson drive.
•f
^
flashes of speed and teamwork that
piano pilots, including Lieutenant Bank, N. J.
state show next year. The invi- made tho team the champions of
A largo plot of .about nine acres '
Al Williams, the world's speed king
tation was favorably received.
•which fronted on Rumson drive wad
with a record of 268 miles an hour, PUPILS GIVE FINE RECITAL. Newark is making an attempt to the East Jersey league. Red Bank bought by Wintield S. Wainright,
and Lieutenant David Rittenhouse, Closing Exorcises of Miss Elsa Hei- get the show, but as several shows played better in the final quarter who built a fine residence on the
than at' any other period in the
winner of the International sealich'i Dancing Class.
have been .held thero and a large game. Tho score by periods is as property. Another plot was bought
plane race in England last fall, will
by Abbott Worthley, son of BenjaThe Red Bank dancing class of number of the exhibitors are from follows:
participate. These two, and Lieu- Miss Elsa Heilich had a closing re- Monmouth county, the' local dahlia
min P. Worthley. Abbott Worthier '
tenant D. Allen, U. S. N., will stage cital last night at the Red Bank high growers feel reasonably certain of Westncld
14
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13
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cd a coal yard at Littlo Silver
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an exhibition of stunt flying, roll- school. The class has been receiv- having the show come tq Red Bank. Red Bank
nt the time. He built a residence"
ing, spinning nnd looping simultan- ing instruction in the Child building
GETTING READY FOR RACING. on the plot he bought nnd lived
eously. Another thriller is sched- and it recently, finished its work for
uled when four men jump together this year. Miss Heilich also has PIANO PUPILS GIVE RECITAL. Harry Martin First Red Bank Skip- there for a while, but he subset
quently sold tha coal yard and tiiG'
from a piano with parachutes. dancing classes at Elizabeth, Mor- Students of Miss Sadie Child Gave,
per to Prepare.
residence and moved to Marlboro,
Aerial omoke screens, airships pick- ristown and Troy and she brought
a Fine- Performance.
Harry Martin's raccabout Anna where he built an imposing house
ing up men from, the ground "or. some of her Elizabeth pupils to Red
The
piano
pupils
of
Miss
Sadie
M. had her first tryout of the sea- on a high hill, and where he becamo
the fly" and many other interesting Bank to take part in the exercises.
Child gave a delightful recital last son yesterday with Mr. Martin at one of the largest potato dealers off
events will make up the program
Thursday
night
at
the
home
of
Miss
the
tiller and his son at the sheet. Monmouth county. Mr. Worthley's
One
of
the
numbers,
"Tecnique,"
which, it is expected will draw at
was given by the junior class, con- Child on Broad street. About sixty Tho boat has a new mainsail and and Mr. Wainright's houses wera
least 100,000 visitors.
sisting of Jcanette Truswell, Shirley persons were present. The program she shows much speed with her new the first built on the tract, and Mr.
Parking ppaco for autos will be Marks and Olga Schwenker of Red comprised ft variety of selections rig. The Anna 51. is the first boat Wainrijrht's house ns well as Mr.
provided on tha field near the big Bank, Edna, Lucy and Virginia and the audience was very appreci- among the, registered craft o£ the Worthley's. has sinco been sold.
hangar. Special trains will be run Carey and Jeanetto Feingold of ative. Liberal applause and many North Shrewsbury iceboat and Many of the lots laid out on the
from New York nd from Atlantic Freehold, and Erminia Leonardis of expressions of commendation wero yacht clnb to be out this season. tract have likewise been sold and of
City and Philadelphia. The pro- Elizabeth. "First Footsteps" was received by the performers. Those She will be entered in the races the entire farm only about hal£ a.
gram will start at ten in the morn- given by the baby class, consisting who took part were Josephino Birk- here Decoration day.
dozen lots remain. JViost of the loti
ing and last until four in the after- of Mildred McCormick, Lois Lay- ley, Ruth Wilman, Madie Davidson,
and plots whichjhave been sold have
?
noon.
Tnelma
Shropshire,
Julia
Gulick,
man, Francel Lewis, Pauline J eldbeen built^tfpon and the Worthley !
IS A WEMORIAL.
James
McPhce,
Catherine
Posten,
man and Betty Butcher of Red Bank
farm of-a quarter of a century ag»
PARTY ON LINDEN PLACE.
and Doris Wacker of Elizabeth. Sarah Sherman, Alice Aller, Everett A Norway Maplo Planted in Mem- is now a well settled community.
'
Towers
and
Marjorie
Zimmerman.
ory
of
Dr.
Edwin
Field.
Others
who
took
part
in
the
recital,
It was Given Last Night for Elea,0ne of tho peculiar futures b£
were
Mary
Ann
Sieling,
Gladys
NorA large Norway maple tree has this sale of property has > er-n tha
nor Connors and Eva Reios.
man, Jean Wilson, Dorothy Metzbeen planted on the property line fact that tlie owners incrcr "d tha ';
Fred Bowers Home.
A surprise party was ptiven last ger, Jane Wilkins, Mary Starka and
night in celebration of the birthdays Noelle Williams of Red Bank, and
Frederick V. Bowers of Fair of the Monmouth boat club and the prices of the lands very.li'm aS
of Eleanor Conrtors and Eva Reiss Stella Mitchell, Betty Martin, Ohris- Haven, who is known as- "The Am- North Shrewsbury iceboat and time went on. Tho price pa "I by
of Linden place. An evening of tino Malanga, Kathleen Whyte, bassador of Eadio," is spending a yacht club in memory of the- late Mr. Golder for his lot, for exnr—1'«,
general sociability was enjoyed and Ruth Kirk, Ruth Levy, Ruth Doehr- few day3 at hie Jiome, corner of Dr. Edwin Field, who was a charter was $350, which fa an increase of I
refreshments were served. Those man and Helen Welt of Elizabeth.
Hance road and East Front street. member of both clubs. Suitable only $50 from the price fixjd when :
present \vero Mary Graus1?, CathMr. Bowers has become nationally memorial exercises will be held the farm was first plotted, 25 yearsT
Mrs. Carey of Freehold present- famous as a radio soloist and in ad- later in the season when the tree ago, for on th,e original map tn#
erine Massey, Rose Hannan, Frances
price of this lot was put down flb
Solo, Lillian Olsen, Loretta Cicer- ed Mrs. Arthur White with a beau- dition to broadcasting his own com- is dedicated.
——
^ i o
$300.
elli, Bertha Eelss, Anna Connors, tiful bouquet of roses in apprecia- positions he speaks on various subIvins
and,
Mundy
Win.
tion
of
Mrs.
White's
services
to
her
Elizabeth Hollywood, Virginia *Laujects for'well known commercial
Mr. Colder1 bought tm3 lot M o"
rino, Henry Aldworth, Jerome and children.
fi,rms throughout the, country. Last Albert L. Ivins of Red Bank and sits for a home. He expects to bultd
O-.-Q
.
Talbott Travers, Henry Reiss,. Marweek Mr. Bowers broadcasted from Oscar Mundy of South Amboy won. a house for hia own ocenpssney mi
GIRLS' CLUB DANCE.
tin Kennedy and Godfrey Olscn.
the Gimbel, Wanamaker and Straw- the two-man team race for the the lot within a abort time, Resl«
Invitation Affair to be Given Next bridge & Clothier stores in Phila- Central Jersey trapshooting' cham- dents of \he ncighborliood regard
pionship at Bound Brook Saturday. the purchase of this lot at the flgurfi
delphia.
Monday Night.
ENLARGING HIS GROUNDS.
Mr Ivins had a score of 97 out of set as being a bargain and they ard
—
^
The
girls'
.club
of
St.
James's
100 and Mr. Mundy broke, 92. warmly welcoming Mr. Golder aa &
Monroo Elaner Buys a Large Lot
Business Men's Meeting.
church
will
hold
an
invitation
dance
Adjoining His Residence.
The Red Bank business men's Each man received a silver plate. prospective resident.
next Monday night at St. James'3
Monroe Eisner, son of Sigmuml hall on Monmouth street. Mrs. association will meet tonight at the Mr. Ivins tied at 97 in.the shoot
Eisner, has bought a lot from the Theodore Moss of West Front street town hall at eight o'clock. Matters for the individual championship and
Two Stores Rooted.
|
Beyer estato south of his house at is in charge. Dancing will begin at pertaining- to better parking facil- lost the shoot-off by one target,
William A. Hopping- has rented
the corner of Broad street and nine o'clock, Hackett's orchestra ities, tho establishing of a, city breaking 23 out of 25.
Dominic Mazza's store on Broad
-s.o
•
Pinclcney rond. The lot has n front- will provide the music. Several market for the sale of farm prodstreet to Abram Brondstoin of Bog.
Kennel Club Meetinff.
age of sixty feet on Broad street novel dances will be features of the ucts and the advertising of the
ton, Pennsylvania, who will open'
and it is 200 feet deep. In the evening. The hall will be elabor- town as a residential section .will
A special meeting of tho North a store for.women's suits. Ho liasrear it adjoins a piece of land ately decorated with streamers of be taken up. The place of holding Jersey shore kennel club will be rented Dr. H. W. Young's storo or<
which Mr. Eisner bought last year. bright colors.
the association dinner, which is held at the home of Mrs. How-ell Broad street to Mrs. Sybillah Arkj
The land was bought to enlarge
scheduled for Thursday, June 5th, Woolley at Long Branch tonight. and P. M. Merle of New York, wild
the present grounds of Mr. Eisner's
will be decided tonight.
Plans will be made for the fourth will ECJJ hair and leather BOO(JS|
HOME FOR THE SUMMER.
residence plot. The price paid for
annual dog show to be held July and he has rented apartments jta
Charles K. Champlin Had a Very
the lot was $(i,000.
Giiernsey's Good Record.
12th at tho Monmouth. county horse the Whitfield building to Airs. Arlty4
Successful Season.
Queen of Hampshire, a pure show grounds nt West End for the
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Charles
K.
ChampWoman's Club Fair.
bred Guernsey cow owned by benefit of the Long Branch public
Play at Middletown.
*f
A fair for the benefit of the lin of West Front street' arrived Charles D. Cleveland of Katontown, health nursing association.
A
three-act
play
entitled,
"ClubV
nt
Eed
Bank
Monday
from
Verhas completed her yearly A. R.
mortgage fund of tho. Red Bank
ip a Husband" will bo given in
Woman's club will be held on mont, where Mr. Champlin closed record in class ('< (-1 to •Y\'z years)
Fair Haven to Play Belford.
the Baptist chapel at Middletown
his
theatrical
season.
Tho
trip
home
producing
10,5(33.9 pounds of milk
Thursday, Friday nnd Saturdny,
village
Friday night of next woolt
Tho
l-'air
Haven
baseball
team
July 21th, 25th nnd 26th. The was made in Mr. Champlin's spe- containing 639.91! pounds of but- and Belford will meet next Sunda/ for tlie benefit of tho American!
cial
built
Cadillac,
car.
Mr.
Champterfat.
The
yearly
production
of
the
fair will be held, on the grounds on
afternoon on tha Hanco roais ticld. .Mechanics of that place, tieorgd
West Front street,
adjoining lin liad an exceptionally good sea- nvernjjQ cow in tho United States The game will start at three o'clock. Henibling, William JteoVr* nncf
son
and
in
a
number
ot
cases
his
is
4,000
pound3
of
milk
containing
Thomas's inn. Preparations for the
Jack Knight will twirl for the Fair Chnrlos Tindall, Jr., nro in cnni-gO
fair have been going on, for some company broke houso records, some 160 pounds of huttorfat.
Haven nine and George Luker will of the play.
time, but the dates wcro not fixed of which were previous records es'
T a»-«-e-—!
bo in the box for Belford.
tablished by his oivn company!
Joseph
Franklin
Arrested.
until yesterday.
Dance at Tinlon Falls.
'
^-•~©»
.
1
Joseph Franklin of Red Bank,
If it's anything pertaining to your
Tho Knllcrctte club ef fflrln o§
Pianos and Players.
Free! Freo! Free!
hotter known us "One-Eyed Joe," looks, visit Sam Cnrdner's barber Tinton Falls will hold a. soclabll
We sell, buy, exchange, rent, was arrested last night ou a charge shop and beauty parlor. _ Expect
OR Friday, May 10th, nnd Siiturlay, May 17tli, you will ri-roivo (.line, repair-, varnish and polish of being drunk and disorderly. Ha service, mod'-m^e. prices in Jjumi- and dunco nt tho schoolhoUBo a!
twenty green certificates free with pianos. Our pianos and service are
curing, hair bobbing, marcel waving, that placo Friday night.
every dollar nodn book purchased superior in every way. A. H. Pii'- will havo a hearing today before shampooing or hair treatment. Ham
at our aoda fountain. Whrlan-Cas- ban's Piano Showroom nnd Repair Recorder AV. .T. Poulaon.
A Sanitary Rarbei* Shop^
'
Cnrdner's Sanitary Barber Shop
sidy Drug .Store, corner Broad and Shop, Ilruininond place (rear of
Under m-w ownership, Kennedy
nnd lli-nuty Parlor, 4 Broad street,
Cardner's Barber Shop.
Whito streets, Eed Bank.—Adver- town hull). Phone Red Bank 933.
buj 'ing, Monmoutb Klrcet, neat
Hed
Bank.
Phono
41!0-W.—AdverI will be open Sundays, beginning
Advertisement.
tisement.
Pel
street. No waiting; throg
May 18th, from fi:0(> A. M. to 11:00 tisement.
buj
on Sat unlays;
towolu,
Coins Early—Avoid the Ruth.
A. M., for tho summer months.
Notice.
To Prevent Moths
nnd
l,i'ii»lii!.-i litt-rilizod,
Social sale on wool, 10 cents n
Why not have your plot at Ever- There will lie two liarlieni on Sun- from getting into your clothes have raim..
Ladies' and clii'Mrcii'n lialr bobbiul,
iioll. Full hank of nwenter yarn, 2f> green cemetery put in slinpi-. Yours day morning. Weekdays 8:00 A. M.
dry cleaned and wrapped by billies' lmir dinged, curled miff
cents, large ball Pour] cotton, 15 will help to make tlm yard look bet- to 8:00 P. M. Saturdays from 8:00 them
when you get ready to put them shampooed by t'luctilclly,—Advor*
cents, two for 25 cents, licrlha l.or. Sec mo nt tho yard after 5:0(1 A. M. to 11 :IIO P. JI. We thank the us
away.
enn bavo tliom pri-ssed tiM'MU'llt.
j
Yarn Shop, 20 Went Front street, P. M. Cliiucl Wriglil, Kiinisiin road, poopln of lliiinson for patronizing next, fullYou
you nro ready to 11.10 C o m o F.nrly -Avoid tho Rusfl, '• '
Red Bank.—Advertisement,
Ihoir home. town.—Advertiacment. them, liedwhen
Littlo Silver.—Advertisement.
Bunk Steam llyn Works,
Social snl« on wool, 11) Ci'lltft ll
Wcrt I'Yont street. Phono 734. ball.
Full hunk of sweater yarn, 'IB
Sail Dollar Salo
Five-Cent Salo
Dont Forget the MCOBO.
—Advcitifrnient.
ii-ntfl,
lnrgo ball Pearl cotton Ifi
Second
annual
fair
of
the
Red
continued
this
Thursday,
Friday
nnd
Thursday, Friday mid Siilurdny of
c/jiit'i, twii f"i- '.'•!"• cento. D'-rflm
this wei-k. Wn have nnnio real liar- Hank Loyal Older «f Moose, June .Saturday. Read display advertisegains. Watch our 'wimlown. Rod 11th to June 21sl, inclusive, nt; (.In- ment ou puge 18.---Advort-iacmont.
Why be forced to pny cash when Yarn .Shop, 'M West Front fitreef^
Bank Hardware Store, 7!> Mon- comer of Moumoutli and Wont
you ciin pay ns you lienr? Sen Tus- Roil Hank.—Advertisement.
mouth street, Red Bunk.—Adver- streets, Urd Hunk.—-Advi-rlisemout.
ting Hist. 11 Monmouth ntreet, Rod
,
«.«-pi
.
tisement.
Kgg, stove ami nut; price $13 per Ilnnk. Telephone for special radio
C
Ion delivered, (iordou Conl Com- imtimal, Red Bunk H08-W.—AdverCoin/y Picnicking f
V.KK. itnvii ami nut; piica 818 $»$
An Ounce of Prevention.
Try Newman Kprintcs l'ark. pany.—Advc.rtine.mcnt,
tisement.
ton dolivtu-oil. (iordon Coal C'dtrtt
Have your winter clothes thor- Kverytiling free.---Advertisement.
puny..—Advortlijoniont,
oughly clc-mii-d when you got ready
SnU Dollar Sals
Hello Crntral,
o put thorn away, lied Hank Stonm
Fro® Camping.
Edison Mnzdi\ Lnttlpr.
Klvn nio lllOn, Yellow Hood U\s.\, onlimied this TluirHilay, Friday and
Dyo Works, :!l Went Front direct,
Nov/innil pPi'lngi! I'^tfc
A. V. (i.'egory, (!7 Uroiui otrcot, opposite Red Ilnnk railroad station. Saturday. Read display ndvortliorok-rjlionu 734.—Advertisement.
mcut
on
pngo
18,—-Atlyprtiaomont,
r—Advertisement..
...
,
......
Red Djiik,—Advertisement. :,iJi.^,
th\ng
fr$g,r~M\t
REP BANK KEGISTJft, MAY 14, 1924.'
Page Fourteen
JTHOMAS JENNINGS
srnt t o Ne^* I
«ERIEF OVER DEATH O F SONshire, where
nicde.
HASTENED THE END.
conducted W E e v .
n. 'Ihif body •was
ar.or, New H a m p i ]• urir.1 ' V."U b e
|Ce w u 73 Yeara Old »nd »»« the DEATH OF RED BANK GIRL.
Fir«t Fire Chief of Atlantic High- Nettie Davi« of Beech Street Died
I finds fend a Former Councilman
in H e r Seventeenth ^ a a r .
Funeral Held Monday.
Mi s Nellie P s \ : s , r.-vjphu-r of
Thomas Jennings, S r
*s-.:ic
•-••'Cj-Ella ar.d Oscar Div:s of Bc-cc.i
? :: * j s-lree' , dird from B complication of
d s , d i e d lust V
t s hs-t Th-jrfday in her sevenBt t h e W o o d i e r hospital t : ".:'••
i year. She hs i lived a t Ked
S i l v e r , a g e d 7 3 - y e a r s . Hs :.;... :•—;: 'tee
ye:-.rf.
Besides her
B p a t i e n t a t t i e hefri—1 n< '• •" •:•• ••*
lour leaves
two brother;
d e a t h of h i s s . r . T>\ :.r.nnrc:
rrs.
The body ivaf
J e n n i n g s , ]a.-: IV.-r.-..:•;:. •••:•? '
two
l e v e r e shock t.i h:~: & r - ; K . . M '
decline i n h i s hc^-.'" ••':..': »-.•:.>!•
.
T?ie fur.ersl , "\v^s
q u e n t l y r e s u l t e d :r. : f - : J ' _ "
.^ -». or.cav s f t f r n c d n Et Calvary
J e n n i n g s If.ivfs s •"..-.-••. ;.: • •••.
rfh. T.ev. J. W. Lee
1
f
LK
!
c th Jcrv;rcs. Eunal vt<
o r e Thorr.ss ,\-:•--.: f-,, .'- -. - - : . ~ Whi e Kicpe ceraetery.
J e n n i n g s ar.d II:'!.. . - • - - ••"--' - ' ! •
JAtlnr.tx H:£f.i:.;:>.
!
VICTIM OF PNEUMONIA.
i Mr. Jer.r.ir.irs w.s .-.--" :". '-•:•
New Reiident of Red Bank Paai'ed
>don ar.d he c..-.f " '-":S .-. u-::•; ;
Away Nondfcy a t Hi* Home.
149 years ngn. Hf ; . ' : i «•" ?r:-:<K
Harry B. Willianis of Leonard
!]yn sr.d Euthf : : : r : : : : s : ; - £ t r :
j.42 yesrs £?.--. -' s "-' -"•=" : ; A : '&trc-rt died Mor.rlay c : pneurricr.!a
I Untie Higr.'.ar.is.
>.-r t.frrc.r: ! E: i'"f s p e of 43 y e a r s . With his
| years he cor.duru-i :, *,::(.. Z r e : family Mr. Willian-.s rr.oved to Eed
[ t « told the r-^r.ess t : h * * : : . . Vv;r• Far.k from \ o r t h Carolina three
-ir.orthf apo. K e WEF- employed by
• t e r . He M-as'tlto c r f t f t ; . ".:. " i the Mor.mouth contractir.p corr.'house jia:r.t::r:£ :u5ir.t>s ; :-r ;•' | par.y. A "wico'iv a::d two children
years, from « h : : h -r'-u.'::.fss r.e re. ! survive him. The fureral •'•'I'.l be
i he'.c this- afternMr. at two o'clock
! tired seven years spo.
j ' Mr. Jennings was t'r.f f.rft chit; i at t h e house a:.rl burial V'M be
t b f t h e Atlar.tsc Hifhiar.ds. -f.re dfr l m a c e in White Kidfe cerr.etery B'.
j partment, a charter rr,<rr.:'fr of th«i South Eatontnivr..
i Atlantic casino, a c?u::;.lrr.hr. i c i
DIED AT HOSPITAL.
' o n e term ar.d a a overstfr of t h t
I poor eight years. He v i s A rr.em-1 M n . Thoma# Archer of Eetontown
I ber of the Red Bank lodge of Elks j
W M g l y e a r a Old.
i and t h e Long Brar.cn four.cii d
Mrs.
Th^rces Archer, an agod
f Knifrhts of Columbus.
resder.t of Eator.tp-.vr., died Sunday
: - The funeral via held -Mo-dty ;:t the -Lor.g Branch hosriital, where
;
I SBOming a t Si. Apnes's church ar.d
Vfis a»p:.t:rr.t or.Iy one day.
.! was larecly a t t t r d e d . The Kr.ifhts j g \ , r
v
^
t
f
l
ye^r.5- r ' d ar.d she is
i of "Columbus had previously con- : '""
survived by her r.ur'r.rr;. The fu•' ducted a service a t the hocse. At
era.1 'w.-.s held yc5:rrdny''f.t Charles
: the church a solemn high mass of
Rreest's fjr.er.-.l parlors at Eaton| requiem was charted by Kcv. V\ i)towT. t : . d burial w a s r^:.de :n the
{ liam T. Tiphe. Kev. Jchn C.-Farrell
Fields V'Uryir.s g r c u r d at South
j of Red Bank End Eev. F a t h e r
i Kearns were deacons. Tha burial
' was made, in Mount Olivet, eemeLITTLE SILVER'S BIG NIGHT.
J,ery.
Ordinances for Roadi Put Through,
but Contracta Not Awarded.
DIED OF-PNEUMONIA.
At s very animated hut not
George L. White of Hailet Died aenmorious meet in p last nifrht the
Tueiday of L»»t Week.
| mayor and council of Little Silver
George L. White of Hazlet d:ed|paE;?ed the f.nal reading of two or^uesday of la?t week after a few j finances for irnprcuir.g Pilverside
days' sickness from pneumonia, | aver.ue and the Seven-Bridge road.
Bged £4 years. He had been a civil Bids for the jobs were opened, hut
engineer in the employ of Xtw York quesrior.E of a legal character arose
city 29 years ar.d was attacked :oj £ n [ j t h e contract was not awarded
the Brooklyn borough president's j hecsusp Ser.p.tcr William A. ?ti>ofSce. He drew the plans for the.vens, i h e borciup-h counsel, "was n o t
new boardwalk at Coney Island and present. The -ewes: offer on both
also for the proposed steamthiD ioiis was from Grirrin & Stoat of
terminal r.t Jamaica. Mr. White Eed Bank.
•was an ardent democrat and "was The meeting: wr-s aru-nded by
formerly a mercber of. "Tariimaay fully 100 residents of t h e J E T bor'Hall.
otiph ar.d various, views were- p:ve- I
Mr. White leaves s widow ard by- those who spoke. There "were
two sons. The fur.eral was held j ouinjr?:.; of har.drisr-pir.p ar.d othr-r
, S&tur.day afternoon at his late home I
End burial yas.msde at Xeyport. Iproval of the r e m a r k s mseje, but
The office'where he worked -was;I no bitter fefling was mairtaired.
closed t i e day of the funeral.
jj Several persons claimed that t':.•:•
mr.in street th.'-oujch t h e boro'jch
,'r.f.f.ifd i m p r o v e r . i r r . f . r £ . t h S : . f . : jversice s v ( r . i . . T r P fact that •'.-.
Mr« Elizabeth Skirm of McLaren Vr.:y*y$-h\ Seeurjty coir.ti:,: y. \v.'._...
Street DieJ Saturday.
I is ceve]op:np t h e Gcose ?\e-rk se:Mrs. Elizabeth Skirm, a resjder-i h;on of L::i-t Silver, h a i off f red :o
of Eed Bar.k a n d Fair Haven over l F :ve Si:.f.i>.i u n n r c s tmrrovir.f; ?;].
forty years, died i&?t Saturday
night m th,e home of h;.r for-in- i rait - r : r ir.f u s r . c : " t " ? passapc
law, John E. Taylor of McLarer.
street. Her daughter. Mrs.- S:-ph:e
Taylor, died fix weeks, arc., j l r i .
Skirm w a s born 72 years tjro '•'
Lakewood. She leaves a caurht
Mrs. Minnie Panpler t-f
street, and tw:> j-is'.crs, Z)
i rr. jLSt r.-gr.t
Rowland of Eltiahc-.h
Thdmag
CrtrrlaU of
.W.
Khode W a n d . The furera' -v,-as he! f .
OLD RESIDENT DEAD.
Therefore you should consume PURE MILK ONLY.
We handle only PURE DAIRY PRODUCTS as specified
above and put them out under STRICTLY SANITARY CONDITIONS.
OUR DAIRY PRODUCTS STAND THE TEST AT ALL!
TIMES.
r
If you want to* protect the health of your family and feel
absolutely certain that they are using PURE DAIRY PRODUCTS
order same through
SWEET CLOVER FARM DAIRY
Office: 48 Washington Street
Phone 1245
Red Bank, N. J.
CLEAN CLOTHES
MAX LEON, Proprietor
TOOMEV.
Everett
Reaide-nt PaiseH A « * v
T h u r a d a y » t A l l e n v o o d Hcipitftl.
4-
P a t r i c k T o o m c y e.f, .E-. e:i r: £!>•':
last
T h u r s d a y t i t h e A'.!cr.-.vr:":i
hoEpital, y h r r c he had l.c-f-n n pat i e n t a b o u t n mnnth. Kc- htti '! c < r:
working t h e Roberts i;.r:r. 3i«.":
Holmdel, h u t on arrour.t <•'. pr. .r
health h e h a d i<•• quit fr^-rr.•: c ir.is
epring. H e VHF "T years c.f. h'..i\
he leaves a •n-idow. He i; s-jrvivcrl
by t w o brothers r.nd n,-iir,ir, '.Y.tf'
being Michael Toriracy' of Run-Fcn
and William Toomey nnd Mis.f C i r r i e Tocimey of Everett. Mr. To :r,eyn m o t h e r , Mrr.. Patrick Triprr.fy,
i« E1»O living.
D I E D I N H E R 74th YEAR.
EU« M . Davia P a a . r J Avray
NOT ICC OF SFTTI EMENT OF ACCOl'NT
At DfiucKlter'a Home.
r . j i i . K 1! l l n r '
M .; . r , i i ; .
,l,rr>rii>
Mrs. Ella M. linvis diwl luo SMurrtay nt the home of hrr duuRhur,
Chns JM. Chflpman of Atlantic
Her death wis caur.ed
Iry a CereJrra! hemorrlinfrf. Wrs.
•>D»vi» was 73 5'fiire eld nnd the hod
been livinc »t Atlantic Hiphlnnds
»in«e liir.i Novrmlirr. Tho funrril
g M h»)d Moridny efttruocn e t the
MILK is a food and to have proper nourishment from
your food you muit consume PURE FOOD.
Have your winter clothes dry
cleaned and wrapped by us NOW.
Then put them away andyou can
have them pressed when you are
/ ready to use them next fall.
Former Rraidcnt of Red Bank »-i
Over Ninety Year* Old.
Mrs drr:a
K)f.:-.p cf ^-^.\k-.
Park, fc-rmer.y ,.i Y.'A F;.r ,:. -'::•
last -werk of f-ii ape. 5he WE? -:-.•
r i n e t y years *f are. V.~-. Klc :r.
•was t h o rrr-ther ---f ^:i..:u5 J . K~.-::r.t
•n'ho f o r m a r y y r ar5 ~^^> '^r; ir.= co:
hiisiness here •"'-.-'- the- !s:e T h r m ;
P. BrowT., Tindc-r the- r.rm :.;.:..;• (
Browr: & Kltine. W.^ile a reside"
of E e d Bar.k, Sirs. KJeir.e wss vf-r
active in t h e affa-r? cf Grace ^'e'.V1:
dist church. BC-E^IE her s:•:-., •••.whom t h e made- her h«t-.e. she :
t u n i v e d by a fr;,r.':::!iup'-;ir. Y.'
H e n r y W . Allstrom, eitur 1 -<r-'- -".;,•
of ProfessBor and Mrs. liar:-', i >
Allstrom of Broad Ktreit.
M«.
Walker-Gordon Certified Milk
V
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T>
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,»'NA IK;,'; . Hi KLEUT
WIL1JAM Ji. J.LY.
T,\J>(Tic;!C(J l OUT.JT ITlIin ^vi^^l^B POFJtiftfl
I.D\ inr ;•;•: w;! '* rjir; honrrt
und reJiab!*
l>r. i o[ references. Box §T,
FOR SALE.
l ti^uiiy Ficichnnrrt*. rn« larff*,
:!:. Apply V. H. McCartpr
.. ccltHtf,
To«rr
Hill
Hi
l
ror. RUNT AT FAIR HAVEN.
1
uriii!-ti<- i h'.mrnlo--, five room«,
r•^. jrh; ::c; r,;i Bstt in rond, n e a r Ehre
y nur.
W r r . WifiiRm MaxKPQ,
rn ' J l
FI
FOR
ALE ON BROAD STREET.
i \\-.A\--f. nil i m p r n v e m e n t l ,
(-I : r n r a p e f r r t w o c a r t .
Bi:i.!lALOW FOR SALE
EaMlidr Psi I : r a r n f c all imj>rt>r«.
nlr. Prlu- JI.Mio. P. F. Kennedy. 114
i>nnuiiilh i l i ' - n . iiliopc i 47-Ji, H r d B a n k .
,-!fi L r : T,|K.n.- K : : ( i - n .
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DEATH OF MRS. KLEINE.
O F PATRICK
PASTEURIZED
GRADE A MILK
GUERNSEY MILK
WANTADVER1
are a sure prevention against Moths.
yesterday aftcr-.oor. a; the h : u ar.d was c o r i u r t c d \y Efv. W
Rollar.d Raver.
B^r!;.! w,-s r.-i
NOTICE OF SETTLEMr.\T OF ACCOUNT
Et Fair View c-:n-::ery.
DEATH
^ I J P R I G H T PIANO FOR 6AI-E.
CHRYSANTHEMUM P p i N T S FOR SALE.
citrant lad health?.: iiir»« EL Dodsr. £ a m . .
ton rnad, off Krmirh avi'mjcJLrlt-li! Bilver.
MAIO WAKTED
FOR SALE.
" •-'frr general houtewoi-k. Apply 21* Broad
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"MAN WANTED
Dark b3u» taby ctrriac* for tale; good
utrept. Rtd Bank.
rto grading <m uvid«-nrc property t y
rcmditlrm. half prfc*. 8 ttapl* av«nuf, to
eontritrt.
Address
Ikix :UI4. Rumson. N. J .
MAN WANTED.
F.td Bank.
Steady work; I*.00 per diy. MeMihoB'i
FOR'RENT.
I
TAX! DRIVERS WANTED.
Grtfnhoukca. Rurason. K. J.
Threa
roomi
in
rear (if store a t 24ft %
Thre» t«xi d r i v t n wanttd. Call 1
Khrfwdiury hii-nue. Jnguire Tirtrn Di« *
BABY CARRIAGE FOR SALE.
Hood Taxi. nrpciBtte alation. phone
f o n U , 2Af> P.lirpwBbary avenue. Bed Bank. '
Cnntt condition. Applr Mrs. Frank VaJ- Rrd Bai.tr.
lf»i, t7 Elm place. E«d Bank.
' TAKENOT1CE.
FORD SUBURBAN BODY FOR S A L E T
FURNISHED ROOMSTerfect condition. Can he seen at R t i Several nK-d vnal and g a l r a n t c i on
frr light housekefpint, all improvement* Penk Pure Ire Co., Bridge avenue and lea nand at ldw prirrs. tamufl Bwarlr, ] t
w _ t Front Ftr»,i, J.l.ont- Itcd Conk 1117.
4 7 Mrrh&nie ttreet. Red Bank.
riareJRedJ.ank.
CAS "RANGES."""
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FARM FOR SALE.
ROOM FOR RENT
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Largrctt •toeb in town B t Iswtat price.
Email farm of »ix »cre« at Uncroft,
in selert neighbtirhnod; nicely furnished. Esmuel Snartz, 14 Wefct IVont
street, op.1. It. H. Martitnon. LiocroXt,
li_ht nnd niry: Rtlitabls for couple. Phone gpEiU Brotd »treft. Red Banli, phone 18f7^
Fed Panic r>f.fl-J.
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HOUSEKEEPER WANTED
CLOTHING FOR S A L E . "
talc* XuJt c harc« of home. A
m i l ; «iso khaki rldina taVift
irfcrW, iJrBirer M, Efd Bank.
Boat uith motor, price JfiO. a . A. Relss, forChaufTeur'a
rliild
twelve year* old and lawn*
near poftofficp. Occarpnrt, N , J-, phone • Dray undabout
jJ
HOUSE FOR RENT
rSifft. r h » M &IU-M. Bod^Bai.k.
i
£
123
tn a middle-&£*d eouple. Addreea HOURS
BABY CARRIAGES AND* STROLLERST
^
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for Ilfnt, dr«wer M. Bed Bank.
Larif* etark »nd colnri In select from.
WORK WANTED.
FORD CAR FOR SALE.
"Woman wisljes t o Ao laundry work sit PareutJ Sw»r£j, 14 W#*t Front *tr*et, opFord t^urinc car for pale cheap. Apply home and day's work. Apply 326 River
_t« Broad street, Ked Bank. phon«
o F. A. Mulford. P u r Harcn. N. J, sir__t_JRed Bank.
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! , BABY CARRIAGE FOR SALE.
~~ ' FURNITURE FOR SALE.
WORK WANTED^
I Good condition; bargain to quick buyer,
Bedroom mite, couch. huff*t, Bearing mn~
-ypar-tild cirl wishrg ft pojti Call at 3 03 Sunttt avenue. Red Bank.
tiliriB care (,f a l.aliy or brlpin£ wiih
enir.e and other article! a t 46 Herbert
street, Red Bank.
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housework. Call , t ] > 7 H i v e r e t r c e t , E«d
FORD TOURING CAR
HOME. WORKERS WANTED.
for »»J«; i s good khftpe; cheep to quick
Hand newer* wanted on rowdrr ruffe.
huy*r. Address. J . Br«mHtr, Ehrewr»bury,
R FOR SALE.
Call at Mm. J. MatthenVa. 21 Hirriarn
N. J.
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s new;-just reconditioned ot co»t rf
avenue, Rpd Bank.
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cimt when new over lf.fi; flrfet '110
GIRL WANTED
It- Addresi C. D., drawer M. Red
TORD 'TOURING C A S FOR SALE.
fnr peneral homeworkk in nna!l family:
my:
Kew enrd tiree, mctor in tood condition:
laundry.
d
C l lat 190
190Hudion
d
Call
avenut. Red price 1100. IBS Shrewebury avenue, Red
Bank.
Child
•
Panic Phone SBH-M.
kft and chain l o t on Ebrewi.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
hury . . r o
LIVING ROOM'SUlfE FOR SALE.
la.t Friday. B «- m r d if „ .
. Two richly furnished airy rt>6m»; all
J
S i h i
he*t (jualitr; mult be: eoJd;
j improvement*. 28 Hudion avenue. Red Brand new,
Bd
r cp
rfaitonablB r ' - ^*fl Monmouth itreet,
! Bunk.
riipnp
1004,
Red
Bank.
BUTLER"
!
OUTSIDE TOILET WANTED.
STUDEBAKER FOR SALE.
( Mui»t be in good condition. W. "W. CooTc,
JEM F i t louririB, flrrt-cl«BB condltlt
t Newman Srrinps avenue. Bed Emit, jthone
•t ffi(.Ofc Inquire at 3 04 Berffen r)a
I 3 1T2-J.
, Bank. Phone POR.
STORE TO RENT
BICYCLES FOR
FOR SALE.
CampWll'i Junction, nuitable fnr any
L-te "3 P2? Ford sedan fo» naia; Ton
int. A r r l x Wagner Market. Caippbeir*
nction.
nVnut P00 miles. Frice. $425. CharleK A.
irkpt, 302 Sbrewibur y avreue E«d
MrCla_l(ey. phon» 46J-M.
FOR SALE A T RJUMSOV.
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Monmouth County Surrofata's Office.
BELT LOST:
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Sm&ll
five
rnnni
bunr-low.
tirire
Jl.ROft.
! In the matifr of the e*tat» of Frederick T.
Beit to brown Cuntnn crepe drew loit
, ; Hayes, dtceafird.
Aprlv Hush Carton. 19 Lel_hton avenar,
etwern Hesse's More on Broad street and
1 Notice to creditor* to pTfcient claims Red Bonk. Phone RPC-J.
'alacc theater. Tinder rleanc phone, Bum*
' I araindt eFtatf.
WORK WANTED.
Pursuant t o the order of Joseph L. DoiraMnn wRntB work about "mall lawn and
hay, Burrocate of tho County of Mon-parrtPTi. Acldre!»» S PS Plirewebury avenue,
HOUSE FOR :
mouth, made on the twenty-eighth day of Rt-d Paniv. pr rbore 1 1288-.T.
One Work from Proad street; elrhl :
March 1921. on th» application of Th«
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"MAID
WANTED.
Broad Street National BanV of Red Bank.
Martin, l!40 Huft };%rf>nL etreet' phone XI8s!
Mu^t \*6 neat and wiUinff: &[*£ "b* a Red Hank.
Ktw J e r s r n executor of t h e estate of
Mrk. T. C. E l r . Princeton
Frederick T, Hayes, deceased, liotica i i ponrt rook.
FOR SALE:
htrehy cir«n t o t h e creditom of said d?- road, Kn(»11wot»fl, Red BnnTc.
Girl's crri c mat and •evertd Arettti*
ceased t o exhibit t o the subscriber, eiecuFOR& SEDAN FOR SALE.
for cute chc r : niip fi^ht tn t*n y e a n .
tar as aforesaid, their debts end demands
A bargain; ? 175 : engine, paint, rubber, Wre. Mary H II, pembertcm avennp. Ocean*
njrainst t h e Rnirl eBt&tp, under oath, within in *-lp[[ttnt condition. Call ofUr E;BO atpnri, N. J.
six raonths from the date of the a/orPBaid HI Osklan^ street, Red Uitrilc.
,
ordcr^ or the>* will be forever barred of
MAID WANTED.
their nrtiom therefo*" ccainst the Baia B'nbJTifiy or sixty tevl of privet heigins, a t
W h i t e for Frenern.] h o u p e w o r k : IT
Fcril«rr. '
fast lhrcf feet Ititjh; must bt chrnr, AdDated, rreehoid. N. J-. March 28, IP24. intr: ftnnll family, prod w«po B . Th< * IUd rt'f.s 7!» West Prunt itrtiet, or phone Red
THE BEOAD STREET NATIONAL BANK Bnnl; Sfi^-M , nfter nil o ' r l o r k .
of Red Bank. New Jersey.
"COLORE t> Gl R IT WANTE D ~ "
ROOM TO RENT.
rpnm, r.uiiablr for I
M on mouth County Surrosato't Office.
Mrn. Hurry
Hnrry C
C. Eur-Ril irri
nrcR rrotiJred.
reo-Jred. Mr
In the matter of tho estate of Henry
nnd
t
Crofi», deceased. •
._3S__Br(iBd street. Red Barik.
avenue, phone
Notice to creditors t o present elaSma
~WIND6W~"SCREENS.
a^ainft
cetste.
All
FOR SALE.
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Purfuant to t h e order of Joseph L. T)on- Pn-nri
14 TVcst I Vrrnt • treet. oppnpite
with n-vrn roums and «11 !raahay. Btirrocate of the county of Moo-Prned irrrt; Rod Ban!:, phone 1SP7.
nts nnd more on Shrewphurr i v # .
mouth, made on the thirteenth d»y nf
HARDY PLANTS FOR SALE.
^ Siircwj-bury avenue, Rpd Bank.
March, 11>24. on the application nt Annie
nnrl.
Phlox, ir;F, chrypoiithrmumn, a t rrasnrCropn, Henry Cross, Jr., Georce Cross and .li]»
rrirrF.
Mrs. E. PTire, Kinnpon
PHEASANT EGGS FOR SALE.
Wiiliara L. Ornnn. eiecutori" of the estate
1-npUbh riiirnrri: ])hca>•mit (•CKB fci
nf Htnrs' Croup, deceased, notce ii hrreby ond, Tipnr'Drnnrh aveimr, Little Silver.
•win iwn r . Linden. 53 I.:
inrf.ln
r, At*
pivrn t o the creditors of said deceased to
, Thona 1,2!1. AtVirtrnlfl, with large -wooilen horn; ftill- lunt ic Hichlimd., N. J.,
exhibit t o t h e pubscribers, executors as
nforesaid, their dehtB and demands ngainFt
ir Hlnhlandr.
ire braBF bed and ftrrtnp. Inquire 185
the paid cutete, under rath, -within ^ i i triclcr avfBUf, It^cl Bntilt. pViont- fi'd-It,
.FOR SALE.
months from the date of the aforenaid crC rmi-.it i.lorl,,,, j.lain, ,tell .at I T 4
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RIG BARGAIN.
rirr. or they -will be forever barred of their
rp; Jock ^urri] blocks
^Vinfri" pnfl futiinirr home on Ttutrfifrifi
ccntn i
action B therefor BffaiiiBt t h e eaid t u b - mad.
Jnni lire -4r. PhrcKflmry iuvuau
Bsnli.
hM ivntrr hfnt, fully furnUhfc!.1Cim
0
J'lCl ro DiPnotii
BC
be
bfiutht
fnr
linlf
t»%h.^Vr\ce
f^
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Dated rreehold, N. J.. March n t h , 1?24.
RADIO FOR SALE.
FOR~SALE~AT L I T T L E ~ S I L V E R 7 N ~ J - .
ANNIE CROSS.
Mil be urt mmp)f(.e with hmi terln,
inufp and fourtrcti acres : nariir;*- ""d bnrn.
HENRY CROSS, JR..
, jitinnefi, etc.. till enclosed in IBB.Vr Tmrtirularn inquire T\*. C. Liprincott.,
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GEOEGE CROSS.
nnjruny rahint't; installed in j o u r home.
WILLIAM L. CROSS. l i Edp^'trnrth rlsc-e. New Brunnwick, K. J . Itrd
PF
COAT FOR SALE.
Girl's l.an pjpnnc cnat, «ite twe!v» X6
fouriecn ^ear*. Gond RP new, never •worn;
rh ton Final!. SrlJ cheap. 68 SCriDff
ert. Krd Punk.
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GLASSES LOST
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tlic PtnuH tritntor and OteBtTlVt
on Ii-niiiy nipht. I'indrr plcaBe r t Mr«. It. S. I-'ither, ISO CheHnut
Rt-tl P.nnk.
COMBINATION RANGE FOR SALE.
Camt.innj ien coal end jrac ranc^. UffiJ
fhrrf mfnthF. rci-t H-1P. -nil! BPH for ISS
c» ficrt>;int r-f -Irrith in family. Telephone
Red Bank l i f - V .
CHAUFFLUrt WlSHES~POsl-nO~N7~~
PHONE 3033 DEAL
Buya Lot at Kumton.
Wc»U It » L « I -a SbllJTea. I
DEAL MILL and
Mrs. John ,W. Areson of Oranjre; I Charles 'Wymbs of Kumson has
New Jersey, a former resident of I bought a lot 50x150 feet on the [
SCREEN CO.
i
Bruce
tract
i
t
that
place
frorri
Mrs.
this locality, in renewing her cubFor t h e r e i n f o r c e d Window »nd
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Sarah
Bruce.
rcription to The Register, writes:
Door Screent for your new house.
"I enjoy The Register very much • It pays to advertise in The Register.
W E DO REPAIRING
and I want it as long as I live."
E«timale» Cheerfully Giren
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Red Bank Steam Dve Works
Main Office: 24W. Front Street
Factory: 76 White Street
TeL734
Tel. 1045
DiNINC." ROOM SURE FOR SALE.
HnnrlMiim- i^irlihli n a k lihnd c a r v e d dlu«
c rcioni I U . U . I.I,-1 n i o h n c o n y ,,,f a a n d
ttir.:
«!.,. d r m i j . . ! i n . n n d M a s o n J a r . ,
mif_.[>L.l-M. Hi.,] !:nTil;.
F A M I L Y WASH1NO~WANTED
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h lir.iTnl,,,
nl,,.,,, v,.ul,I HU<- to t a r . .
fnmily «-ni 'i it,
,in, i l,,, , by th* -w.rk:
, ,in
m(
r l r a n mrr,,uiidii ! K ,.,
liildrcn: rea«on«bla
rnr>.
Phone Ilunu
BEDS AND BEDDING.
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arce o?pcrtinriit ; rHre r i g h t 8ea TIB
orr huyltic i-li.r«hiTt. Bamud Bwarti.
WrFt ]-rnnt r.lrcrt, nrpntit. Broad
rfl. Bfd Bnnl;. j,|ir,i,» )SS7.
F
Kitrhm utrvr.
sr fnr tame.
Final*
in)prf,vri
hi
e ^ n further
ank 4(6-J. or
BOARDING.
lt,b W r d : all
hot and rr.ld r u n n i n g irater»
rcapiuiBiiip mt.rs.
Hudson H n u s ^ , 181
Hiidron nvrnu^. T*htme ] ] 8-W.
^NntbETAir^FARM~FOR~SALE!
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CrmtainF thirty firrrp; r p u n t y r t o n e roaflj
FJ'Od hou>e Fnd oiiiniLildincR. fhorf d l r rnnrf from K*-ti Bonk; (s,f»Ofi. Excellent
ft.'il- TV. A. Hoppiup. KP(J BanV.
BEDDING X ; LANfS.~~"
Brddlnir plnnlF. rrrnniumn. ropea, an«
mini.. {l<rnlli,«-flrlil r»rm. n n n c h OVIHU&
uth of pinrknrr 1-nnd. Little Silver. N. S.
Onl.
rl,,l 7.U. phone f,4R-W.
HOVSZS FOR SALET"
F n n r n*w hrumen, corn] If.rntion
frt.m fTt.OrtO t n n.F.[i(L Cr>t.tl tr.rn
Kentirriv. 114 Nnnmniitii MM-PI Ii
BUttlnfl'
P F
na'nk,
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OIL STOVEsT
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I L n r c " t BFPnrtmrnr in ln<rn: a t ! o J
j p r i r t c al(o rr t ,nir s for nnr make. Samuel
• ' « • » • . 14 Writ 1 ront ptrect. opumiM
, Email rtrfft. P.rtl Hank. Minn- if.E?.
COW FOR SALE:
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.Tei-Fry rni». ci.niinc Iri'ih ]apt irerit ia
• ,,Uy; mu.i
on nrrouni of movinjj t o
Iim M-11Williimi
Hurlinimn.
Ml—»•
liW-n. Iimuire- Willi
H l
Ml
5lnli_Part^_ri.nn. It.-,! Il,,,k Ifo-JI.
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" F O R SALE;
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\ Keren-PBesrnrfr Tliandl^r tourlnff ear Ift
: 1P21 Fnnl (mirinir cur: li,,th in c ood e i J I
I (lltjcn: rood ruhhpr. Cnn bf .pen a t Tay#
lor'n Garage, Pearl utri-et, Ued Bank.
BUNGALOWS FOlf RENT:
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Turn liunc-nlow-B fur ri-ut for Brniiori: m l
»8I,tl «ml tlir nllirr [ « , « furnlFhed. P. F .
iKTinedy. 114 Miinmnulh Ftreet. rhcrU
l ' l ' i _ L " i ' 1 ™ r ' Mi'">» ifiL'n-It, Red Bank.
FOR SALE.
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New }inur.e. rli rrintriF, mndem Improre*
mentt. Well Inrntnl near tnirn.
pr|ca
T7.l.ni>. UHFV tcrTnli. B. TV. Martin, real
.Klnlr. ?(0 En»t Tmnt itrert, Krd Bank.
Plume HUB.
AUTOMOBILE
EALESMAN~WANfElC
Hieh CIBKF clirriWe drily. Good propew
Fititin in i-xprrimred iniui familial- -with
Mnnmoulli rniintr- Aildrejn for forthp^
rartiriik™
tn Ejrcrienceil
Balenraam
draT-fr M. llpd Bank.
F O S E
Player piano, prartir-aily new: anput 20([
music rnlln. old rme urttee, Ilvr net! pf
orand new lii.tnry lii.ok.: 1,1-r, . few aetl •
of ltuthrr bniinil l>nol:F for .ale. rrenervt
j«r». WIF- L. K. Wlulr. Ilaxlrt, K. J M near
Hailet railrnntl Kntinn.
HOUSE FOR RENT TOR THE S U M M E R I
Fur rent fnr Junt. July and Aueuet, all*
rnnm hciuae; all Improvement, j B*rasfln
larce croundil fiva minute*' walk t o rii
fiflmm mlnutM to rellroad »ta«on( aD i
nialiadl l^fifl. Eeferenc*
ftld
BOrobrrff, CarmenK p]*ct. jjear
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RED BANK REGISTER, MAY 14, 1924. '
WANT ADVERTISEMENTS.
(C'ritiiiuud from precedine POEf)
(IABACE FOR HENT."
IDS B r i c j l ' avenue, IUd Ilmik.
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l O E N E R LOT, $22S.
Atl'I'ciB Home.^diuwer R1, Ued Beiilt.
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l-JKNbilED ROOM " T C T R E N T .
All Inipnlvnicnti, oO Llniltn l>lace, Bed
lli.uU.
FilRNlJHED ROOM TO LET.
Hri. Jo«oph I'lMollc. 11 Linden place,
Be.) Ilink.
II. IUTZAu7~7
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remover of dead animate. Ued Bantt. Tale.
jiliona 2G-VV.
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CHEVROLET TOURING CAR FOR SALE;
1023 model.
Awls' IlaJlam'*
Uirngf,
Novcilnk, N. J. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
THOROUGHBIiF.D CUERNSEV
and UOIHIOIII bulls for service,
liinehom
>'flrra. KmnBon, N. J.
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WORK WANTED.
Day's worli i>r prirt time. AddreBB Work,
drn\ver_M, Kcil Honk.
- - • • POSITION WANTED.
Wanted, a position us couU; male. Phono
21H1-M. Eatnntown. N. J.
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A. L. DAV1SON.
Goodyear Bcrvicn otntion for solid tirea.
Wharf nvenUf. lied Bnnlt.
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STORE FOn RENT.
Front hnlf of ntore for rent.
Inquire
A. T. PornmuB or HKent*.
A.LrDASO.
Goodyear eervlca Htntlon fur solid tires.
Wharf avenue. Keel Hank.
CITIZENS BUILDING AND LOAN
ha* money to loan buyem of liomcj. Apply
a t tho Second National bank.
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W O M A N W A N T S POSITION
a practical nurBf <ir hmmelu'ener.
Fhono
2 i J 3 Monmouth Iltaeh, N. J.
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GIRL WANTED
for Bineral hminewDrlc. Mrs. Frank TlHon,
259 Mal:i ulrece, Kcannburir, N. J.
~ ; i l C H E S T PRICES PAID
for B'.OTPS of any kind of merchandise. Add r e m Store, drawer M, Keil Manlt.
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" W E L L S DUG J AND CLEANED
at t-onBonnblfi rnlos. C. Holmes. IJox 64.
Atlantic HIHIIIHIMIB, N. __<___?•
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LIVE
eattlo, calvel, howi nnd poultry wanted.
K. Ituiln, phono 8C7-I!, Red Ilaiilc^
BEEF COWS WANTED.
F a t or tli'n: blithest cash prici-n.
A.
Zlotkln. I'YoelioM. N. J.. plume 4TJ-T.V.
GARAGE TO RENT.
Thrco-cnr enrnen to rent: live or dead
storage.
DH- Urond atrect. lied Danlt.
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F6RD~MOTOR"FOR"SALE.
Goorl condition. $15. AIBO second-hand
Ford parH. I,. Wnlllnir. Ilrltnrd, N. J .
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"LEM SUTPHEN, "
jiaDer hanninu: and decorntlnir. 22 Wnsaineton fi_trcet, Itcd Hmilc. Phone CB4-J.
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FURNISHED ROOM.
I.nrHO front room; twin bads. »« Wa»h!nrrt<in Htrrel, Ileil Hank, l'hoim 305-M,
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i ~ RIM LOST.
Rim off front wlicol r.123 nurnnt tourI n l auto. Andrew C. Cnttri'l], Ilwmion._
RED BANK GLASS WORKS.
Windshields our •ppclnlty.
.IS W o t
f r o n t utrcft, Red Raul!, phone 102»-f.
COW FOR SALE.
Freih HolnMn cow, enlf by her side.
W. S. Bray. Holimlcl, N. J. l'hono 27-.I.
J. G. ESCHELBACH ffl SON.
125 West Front Btrect. Red Dank, phone
1275. Auto nccpsnorlen and vulcanising.
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PAINTING ANtTDECORATING.
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RoBcr Alliflon, pointer nnd dpcnrnlor.
112 Harding road, lied Hnnk. phono 262.
DEAD~ANiMAO7
R. Connors, remover of dead animals.
Wsynlde. N. J., nhonei WaVBlde 340-F-16.
DOCK AND BULKHEAD BUILDER.
Portable docks and floats u specifilty.
A. S. While, 28 Oakland.street, Itcrl Dank.
WIRE WHEEL SERVICE.
Wire wheels rebuilt. John H:.nson, 42
West Front street. Red Bank. Phone. 72-R.
SCOTCH TERRIER PUPPIES
for sale.
Inoulro Ellialeth
Ward, 87
Broad street. Fret-hold. N. J.. phone 2-1B-J.
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PIGS FOR SALE.
Berkshire rind Jersey Red mixed: (ill
nlacn. M. Gnireila. Everett road, lloil Hank.
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ASPARAGUS CROWNS!
Palmetto npparaRun crown* for sale.
Thoma«_S. FJeld, Red Bank. Phone I 0 9 - J :
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FOR SALE.
Grocery nnd butcher Hhop; also n large
Icebox. 107 Went Front Mrcet. Red Itank.
GARAGE FOR RENT
at 12 Spring utrfot, Red Rank: ?o.00 per
month.
Phone Red Ilnnk !H6-J. .Sswdcy.
CAS RANGE FOR SALE.
FirBt claas condition; will pell cheap.
Apply 13d Shrewsbury avenue, Heil llanlt.
DUCKLINGS FOR SALE.
While Pekin ducklinBJ".
Mr>. M. II.
Kcnrncy, Whlto ntreet, Shrewnbury.^N. J.
MASON CONTRACTOR.
EstimnteH
cheerfully
furnished.
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SoyeL", B8 Rector place. Red Bank.
Phono
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WANTED.
Ford runnliout or truck wanted: in Rood
condition.
Write to Box 455, Scabrisht,
N. J.
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WELLS DUG.
Wells nnd ceimpools du«: wells cleaned
and pumps repaired.
II. Tilton. Rumson.
N. J.
FOR RENT.
Furnished, two rooms nnd kitchen; In
T.lttle Silver. Inrjulre Box 122. Oceanport,
H. J.
FOR SALE.
Barred Hock bnhy chicks. Ihreo iveekn
old. Upper Broad fltrcet. Red Bank, phone
81 -K.
FORD AUTO FOR SALP.
In Rood condition.
AddrpKB or call on
Patrick Curley, Holmdel, N. J., ricnr Daniel
Ely'n.
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FIREWOOD FOR SALE.
Cut in nny kind of Icnatha, sold by cord
and half cord. II. RItzau, Ued Bank, phono
2J1-W.
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FOR RENT.
Desirable apartments for rent. Apply at
the ofllco of SiEraund Eianer Co., Red
Bank.
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A T L . DAVISON.
Commercial body huildrr; hodiea nnd
uprinKB repaired.
Wharf
avenue, Red
Bank,
ROOM FOR RENT.
' Nicely furniBlied mom for rent.
Apply
M n . Frank Conk. 10 Connl otroM, Red
Hank.
A. L. DAVISON.
Commercial body builder; bodies nnd
pprinss repaired.
Wharf
avenue, Red
Bank.
RADIO FOR SALE.
A one-bulb Rtnndard rcKenerative radio
recelvlnjr'sct. Price $2t>. Fiiono 807, Red
Ilcnk.
PIGS FOR SALE.
Six wfrtn old nl>t». Mldillntown Sloclt
Tnrm. Thoninn p. Tield, Ued Hank. Phone
F, »0-J.
YES, IT WILL BE DONE RIGHT
If your car Is wanned nt tho Iloro Ilii»r.»,
Inc.. wash atand. Chnrlea A. Jorea, expert
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COW AND CALF FOR SALE.
Five.year-old frenh cow and ealf. M. F .
Maloney, Wlckatunk, N. J., rhono Holmdel
7S-F-1S.
TURKEY EGGS,
8K contn each, from prlre stock.
Felten
Vnrm. Llncroft, N. J., phone WIddletown
7IH-K-1I.
LOTS FOR SALE AT KUMSON.
Only a few morn lots fnclntr tho mnin
road; moderately priced. P. Parrnly, Rumpon. N. .T.
BRONZE TURKEY EGGS
for Bale nt 35 cents each. Mnffnolin Farm.
Frcneau, N. J., C. Wore, B hono 244-W,
Mntnunn.
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MONEY TO LOAN
on approved first bond nnd mortnaKe. Apjily to John II. Hrpgory. G7 Broad ltr«et,
Bed IlnnV.
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"MONEY TO LOAN.
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Money to loan on bond and mortRrnffe.
I Apply to A. I* Ivlns. Rcclster bulldlnK.
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"WORLD'S BEST DAHLIAS
»or sale.
Write (or price lint.
I.ow«.t
rrlee« Klven.
Alfred Grlnltln. box 173,
lied Ilnnk.
TINF. LOT. »4O0.
Close (ci stale hlKbwny: nood nelrhbori".
Kilwnrd J. O"llrlen, 10 Mnnmnuth itroct.
hed flunk.
O. F. HILL.
rlumlflnsr,
heatlnii nnd * t!nn!n? It) all
branches. TH Wnsillde avenue, lied Ilnnlc.
rl"'iie 121 R.
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One-hnno enrt wanted, nNpninjrun cart
Iirrferrcd.
Wrllo to V. II. Miller. Katon_ _ _ _ _ J > . 1.
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FOR~HENTi
I wo furni«lied nionn in an attractive
rlni-c. :• Newmnn HpritiKB r»md. phono Hcd
IliitiU 12D-W.
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FOR RENT.
. i l \ [iMim» In lililf h r i u a r ; fill Imillovi'»0l\t<. liuiulu 22 W o t street, lied Ilanlu
Mfa. HoIEinan.
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FOR R E N T .
• BARR.EO PLYMOUTH BOCK
-SEMIDETACHED HOUSE FOR RENT.
FOR'SALE.
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Front pnrt of'linui.c and garnBe a t E7
M.iil location; c-Wit l o o m s , t w o l.nth:i,
Beauty parlor and but her shop for sale. hatching e n g s ; Thompson strain: by setW, A. Hoppiiu:, Norlli IlildK* avenue, Red H a n k ; nil iraMainnlc building, Highland l'ork, N. J. Una or 100. Mr.. I.oula Solttl, Morimoulh Irnim dinti- in>i,K'-Mi,ii-u.
ail, Katolltown. N. J-. phone ^13*:-M.
p r . i v , i a i i , t , . n,.w!y ,1,-c..rated. Phnne I'H'J-ll.
lili.,,,,. Red Hunk Kin.
Telplmno 32'J].
" " " A P A R T M E N T FOR RENT."
FOR S A L E A T B E L F O K D .
| Timoll.y I t , l y . Mum, ..jnk 1'nrk, Red Rank.
I1AHY CARRIAGE FOR SALE:
First Hour apartment, ilvu looms nnd
Six room h..u.M-; lot H i I S O : 52.R00, I
» "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS."
In very cnod condition, reasonable: ftlio
lt,[|.-,iir,- monthly puymeiitfi.
Ni.thiini ,-.,(il.l I,,; niort; n p i i r u p r i n t e and
. i-enrt. 61 I'd era pluce, lied Hank. I'huno liath: nil improvement,!. Can In' itetn uny ? 1.000 ruhli.
time nt 6 Riverside nvcnui'. Red Ilnnk. _
Caleb L. I.ul.cr. liilford, H. J.
I'lione | n o t h u i i ; so welcome an H o w e r s ; a b o n u c t ' o r
lilj-H. Il.il Knnk.
Imx of c u t tlowern from W. W. K e n n e d y h
KeansbtirK 7i,-l-'-:il.
BORO AUTO STORAGE,
FOR SALE.
Sons will Hiirrly c o r r v imnpincifi w i t h therm
Will
COW YOU -SALE.
A sum!! nuw (•liicluii house and wire fnr Mechanic tstreet nnd Uluhc Cuurt.
Good family r u t . . ii-ht y.-nrs old. with
CENTRAL 'BARKER SHOP,
SIR.
Apply l l i liroad otrect.
I'hono store your enr by tint hour, tiny, week,
u-i'i'k iilrl calf: i-u.j.l milli ami b u t t e r finv. l''nink
Sol.', [iroiirie'or,
71
Monmouth
month or year. Day and nliilit tier^lce.
181-J Ued Hank.
Phone s t r e e t , near Mapl.; a i . : u u e . K n p e r t w o r k HOUSESl-'OK 'SALE,"PORT MONMOUfH" W a l t e r R. WnMinr. Chanel Hill.
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H o o t b l a c k in a t CITIZENS BUILDING AND LOAN
Hnvn Bovernl liouno* for uulij » t Port
teiidaiii',.. Kvorvtli.m. n • v lint t h e locatioo.
hoi money lo loan for the purchase of Monmouth, N. J.
Caleb L. Luker, BelW A N T E D .
homea.
Apply at The Second
National ford, N. J . I'hone Keun^hurt:, 7u-l--ol.
G A R D E N i.KEDS
Young
mnii
v.i-li
joino
cxperienc,
to
bank. Red Hank.
fit W , l i a r ' s , V Itr-.ad t t r c e ' . , B e d B a n k .
BORO AUTO 5TORAGL,
PARROT CAGE FOR SALE.
Mechanic fltreet and (Jlnbo Omirt.
Will I , l y t o I ' . i f y I-;. I I K I . ' I . n i i [ > i ; r i n t i ' l l i l p n t , CJ1.I Lar:;e « n , d : of W o o d r u H ' s r e l i a b l e sceili.
A pntTut cage for ttale, cheap: In Booil
W e t.e:i l,i f a i i n ' r . . . m a r k e t H a r d e n e r s and
tore, your car by the hmir, day, week, t l a k r s , l t ! i i i i . . o i i , N . J .
for iiiu.ll fninilv i-.-irdens. Seed kpe.-inlists_.
condition.
llnrnard Taylor,
08 Bouth morHh or year. Day nnd uitfllt service.
P I A N O S
A N D P L A Y E R S . " ~
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FOR SALE.
AUTOMOIIII.E O W N E R S , A T T E N T I O N .
GARAGE FOR RE^Nt"
l'llinn
Iviutp >,,.,,- n u t o i n o b i l e i w i t h M i l h u n i
llarbcr shop tut snle or rent; four chairs, n e w u r i r l i n i - d p i i i u o ' i l i t l l l r l m n ' R
In l'alr Haven; l)iMi«hty'n Inne, ncjr Main up-to-date shop, year around buiiinc.-H. J. . S i n . p . I l r i i i i i n i o i i ' l p l . - i i . , ( r p . - u - l i t t o w n h u l l ) , linnet I I , " . p : , , o f t u b " * . ( l u a r a n t c e d nk'ainst
road: one-car i/nrnse. Apply Iliucr, phone Neil, HiKhlitii.li., N. J., teleidioiio I2.'.O-M.
ijiiini. llril llm.I: M i l .
aii'.t!n;iK a.>t lartr. r t h a n a t w e n t y - p e n n y
Bli.J. lied Hunk.
Ki>ike. A i l l n - s ['. (). hnx :i^:f, Ited_J|ajik.
MR. FARMER."
CORN FOR" SALE.
FORD FOR SALE.
H u y y o u r w o o ! IHII IO'I I n n d f n n n l i o i l IOR SALE OR RENT
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Two hundred hu^li.-iM (if I'.it- corn, six
1021 Ford cnimo In I
I condition.
n i s nf m i - .
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i n . : J . M I i.ii.in-y.
I . . A . at
I.o.-ust, New Jersey, , m Shrewsbury
tons
of
hated
rye
straw.
TIHUIKH
T.
VnnApply to Jamo« I', McCue, 172 Monmouth
llukr.
Ilri'lli"
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West
l r o l l t river, r.irni-liiimriilnv... six r o o m s , f u r n i s h e d ,
Hebnicl:, Mlddletnwn. N. J.. plioiu. 71H-.M.
Btrect. Kcd Hank.
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FIVE ROOMS AND BATH FOR S3.500
HUPMODILE"COUPE" FOR SALE.
Kasy tii'in . it. r . C r e t e n . LricuFt, N , J .
can be built by Ilnlph II. Sickelu, the carFOR RENT..
Fnur-pnasentfer
Hupniohlle coupo
for penter nnd builder nt 81 McLaren utreet,
I'our
r.i.mi i[|);ui,
t,
HUP block
from
AUIOMOhll.r. OWNERS, ATTENTION.
inle. Inquire of Churles CuppleB, HallUon Red Ilank. 1'lione 1408 for Hpeciflcntioiu.
Ilio.nl . l l . r l .
:il,-,i,ii h i i i l . . l i t h k llnlil.
K.|ii:t> j . " i i ' iHitniuubilos w i t h M i l b u r n
ivenue, lied Bank.
Kiiti. l u i t l i . I ' I I - .
Ailiil' ; o n l y .
C a l l ID l l u d puMeluri'-l'inif m l , , . . .
Gnuranteeil neninst
DONT RIDE
i.,.i, : i v i . n i u > I(..(l l:.-,ii!:.
GIRL WANTED
a n v l l i i n ^ not la.ri'i- t h a n a t w e n t y . p e n n y
with a broken winduliield. Urine your car
for general housework; must be Rood plain hero and let Us put in a new plnte (.'bins.
SEVENTY-ACRIi I-'ARM FOR SALE
spike.
A d d r - s P . <>. IK.-: 32:!, Red j l n n k .
cook. M n . O. K. Davis, Jr., 191 Maple Miller'.. 33 West Front street, Ite.l Hunk. r i l l t h i - J t f i l 1 J ; i 1 • I . - J 0 \ . - 1 . 11 i u i i ' 1 ; t ' l i ' i i t f r i l H
BUNGALOW
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ovjnue, Ilcd Hunk.
nil'l
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POULTRY BOUGHT AND SOLD.
wifh
ci'v
atiai'i i i K ' n t ,
improvements,
art l n r l t
arid
r r n p - .
S n - K. M . llnlr-y
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S i m .
" FORDfOURING CAR FOR SALE.
Alive or fresh dreattcd chickens hooKht lihoiip r.-ll-U. Mf.l Himt.
t i s t i c l\; i I ' i a i f , > u ' r e , u , - i l ; n l l - v e n i - b o u s e . I'J
(iood rubber anil perfect runninff order. or Bold: will pay h o t priciv..
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J. Uaker,
niiniltii
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stiit ion.
Main
road
and
Price fGO. John X. Wilson. White road, Mechanic street. Red Hank, t'lione 10!)2-J.
FURNITURE IOR SALE.
O o i i c h t y Lane. I'air H n v e n .
L o c k box 8.
KhruwBhury, N. J.
O.-ik lu.iii,-.-.-.. n n d d i . i k
i'oinhiii"d,
milt
WANTED—WOOD
CHOPPER
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LUMBER WANTED.
to cut down about .'! '^ twu'.i of timher,
? r , 0 n^ tit:-t. p n y m . n t
will
secure
fi
Second hand lumber wanted for hen either dnya' work or enntrart.
Apply I). h o t \ v ; i t c r l i : i c k . ( n i l f u r 1 l i ) r c i l n y s l i t .^ 1 ?i;(lll h i t on Milt, l i i ; . | i v . ; i y . n e a r R e d R a n k :
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home, 20x10 feet. Harry Jocko, box 6. Pnrmly, ItuniHon.
'I'eleplnini' 377 Kuimon. W n l l n r i - i . t . - . - o t . ! ! , . , ! I l . n i l , .
s i i i t . i b l , . foi- h o m e o r I ' U i ' i n e s H .
Edwnrd J.
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Little Silver. N. J.
FURNISHED DUNGAI..OWS
O'Hii'-ii.
10 M u i u i H . i i l h
street,
Ited
Hnnk.
GAS FITTER WANTED. "
PIERCE ARROW TOURING.
Experienced in connection nf rnntrcH nml i n l l i c h l i i i n l . t I n i i ' i i l ; I h i i i ' m n n m w i t l i i m FLOWERS.
3'Ivo paBHoncer, Ii-:S8-C 2. flood con- water henlersi; Dunt nprly if JMJII <-:uit lill p r o v c n i i ' i i i ' . e n . ' n m l t u l . s ; p r i n - ? 1 7 n f o r
S w m y t'l-'ani'inn lirfore you b u y ; bents
dition. Mint ho Bol.l. 105 Highland ave. the I,111. Comcdi'luted (ins Co., Ued llnnk. t l i r . . . . i n n i i M i s . M r : . A . P . L t i t , 1 7 H n i - l i i ' r i i !
t h e m a l l . lti.«e, r n u i i n - " . r e d n n d K r e c n l e » f .
avpiiup, lili'lilniiflx. N . J .
nue, Newark, N. J .
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GARDENER WANTS POSITION!
FOR RENT.
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Collie lo .Nelson's, 45 Locust nveAmcricnn, wife to niisisl,.
Ik-Kt ,if ref- ~ ~ II- YOU WANT A CAR"QUICKLY
.Two nlx-room cnttiiKen, with or without erencen. J. Striken Fowler, care of William
land. Bryan. I'ort-au-pcck, Lone Branch, n _ _ W l . . r , S««l,rl B ht..Plioiie KenhriKht I i . ill ' l l m R a ' i s i c r ' . ! W a n t D r i . i i i t i n . i i t i m i l l
FOR SALE IN RED BANK.
wi'di.
M i r n y n r o n d v e r t i - c d :it uri.-cr, t h a t
N. J., phono 35S-W.
nnd bath.
RHODE ISLAND RED PULLETS.
m a i n - t b p i n ri-nl b r i r n i i n i .
I!'' ! ] I ; f l[ liiiu--- '. hix n u n
FOR SALE,"
VI l|if|]t..
the
rlnnr.
ten weeks old June lut, ?1.H1 nnd S1.2T,
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FOUR-ACRK
I'ARM
FOR
SAKF.
Chandler touiin« car: Difipatch model: each; n h o Jer ey Block (jintit Ktouk for
m
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Calnb
Eirlit-nmiii
]M,U::(. nml uuthiiilili.i!".,
("n
reaiuiiiidile,
A»ldre*H
Chandler Touring, mile. Illuuvelt,! t llolmdel, Taylor mill propI'h<ii i It - F 31 K eanadrawer M. Red Hank.
l i i i l l l l t i : n u l l , t n }>••• : f r u i t ;
pr i.-i:
til.r.MI.
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erty.
A i-iiorl l i n y f o r r i n i i ' l : I n i y n r .
W. A. 1I"P""GIRL" WANTED.
FARM FOR SALE.
"ASPARAGUS CUTTING WANTED. ~~ liiiiK. lilliim- R i ' . l I l n n k il'J7. .
Willie or colored izirl wanted for RenTiventy-fiM- n.-i.! ( a r m , no h u l l d i n c s ;
YOUIIR
inun
wnnti.
nspiii-iu;u
9 cuttiiiK or
FOR SALE, RED HANK.
eral housework. Apply a t onco nt C Litlm a k e n fiai- rhiel.iMi f u n n : e x t r a Rood for
work
of
a
n
y
kind.
J
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n
e
('.mover.
Helfnrd,
fifu-r-n
liits
r,o -:!.--,.-, r. i t. i ••• , l i i . .-t.-.l.
hii-h
denjilnre^ Hod Hunk.
triu-l..
I., t me s h o w it t o y o u . E . M.
care of Florence Johnaon, Campbell':! J u n c li-vaibn,
nliinn
I'linil
:ti-,.,.|.
]'i,r
the Ilaby
&. Son, R e d H a n k .
P r i c e 5:1,000;
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WANTED AT ONCE.
w h o l e , i,*.,Hid i:n--li.
C n l i ' l i I . t i t i T , l l c l f o r d . I tei'nti.
Small farm near .lied Hunk: iitnto price.
F I V E M E T A L BROODING COOPS
" Phono 7r.-F-:ll
Krnn^.nr,;.
teniiH nnrl full pnrticulurti. Addresa rnrm.
LADIES, A T T E N T I O N !
with ynrdM fur hen nnd chii-k^; p^.r,0 each,
ATTRACTIVE
BUNGALOW FOR
EALE^
<lrawe_r M, lied llnnli.
I hove opened a :;ln,p at frl W h i t e street
cofit ?,'i'.(io when new. I'cltcn F o r m s . LiuIfillli-Htrci't, I v i t o l l t o w u : u r n . nil rriorni,
~ ALTERATIONS OF ALL KINDS
for honistitehimr. Me\ican
hemstitcbirjr.
croft, N. J., jihtuie 7t»1-F-1l, Miilillctown a l l i n i i n n v t ' i i i i i i l i. l u t ."illxl- r il).
(l.-intcil
plain iH'tiiititchini.', iiicotiliir. pleatirif,'. b u t can ho made by Ilnlpli 1). SickelH. tin! car- N.' J.
r i ' . i d / p l n n t . ' i l , .?r.,(Hlll.
l ' a i l . t -a.-,h.
Ciiaik'n
tinili'de:s. 'Ibeora Hruv.n, phone Red Bank,
peatcr nnd Iiuilder nt u reasonnble price.
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FOR" SALE.
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Phnne Uml Hunk 110«.
Made, coal b u r n i n g liromlor ntove, 1.000UPHOLSTERING."
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CASII RECISTER WANTED.
ICEDOXF.S.
Chick Ri?.e: nlniiK.t new. l.'elten F M I I I , • Unlinliitiriiu; n n d ii/iiiii-ihiiiK of nil liinila
Small ciiflh refriHtet" wanted, Gooil condi- Lincroft. N. J., phone 7II4-F-I1, Middle- nf
Yo\i
will find in o u r s t o c k w h a t ivill
furniture.
F r a n k lli.v.ard. 121 ' W e s t
tion, must Im reaionalilo,
Odcll, 310 towti.
ifcjui i .-m.-nts a t low price*.
F r o n t d i r e c t . Rod Ilank, nliiine. i,hop 3'JU-J; mi'i'l y o u r
Broad Btrect, Ued Hank.
_ Haiiillr-1 S w a r l z . M Wt'Ht F r o n t r.trrct, o p ONE" L O T F b R SALE
' " r.-ni.li-iii-.. <r,:l-M. Rp.l Il.nik.
posilu
Ul-oud B t r e e t , Jilioiio 13K7, T '
ROOMS FOR RENT.
•with n t!iirty-fm,L North S h r e w s b u r y front
FOR SALE.
- — Ilnnk.
Two connecting furniahed rooms; will and fifty-font front on Inn line. Apply to
Snlllt fine importi'il Hat. c o a t r d KncliRh
rent slnjrly or toiretlier.
Apply 180 East D. Pncnily, Riimvin, N. J., fur full parlii;AUTO TOPS FOR SALE.
r e l r i c v c r imppii'i a n d rrinvii i l n ^ s ; nl::o
Front street. Red Hank.
Second hand nutninobili? toim for toiirin., fur in nifii-liiii-vy c-li.-ap. U r y m i , l ' o r t .
II— 5 ' I
irur ears and roailstorrt. li!<e new. for Bale
HOUSE FOR RENT.
- I ' I T I : , I,oi;ir Uliilii'h. N. .1.
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CARPENTF.R A N D n U l l . D E R .
cheap nt tho Sedan Auto Tnp Company.
Denirnbly Ineuted ill central part of
UPHOLSTERING.
kilHlii or repair work: also pnintlnK
K, Mtclianic Btreet. oft Broad street, Red
town; roaHiinuhlc rent. Apply at tlio oflice nndAllminer
tu:
a
UnlKil:itcrintI roHn::<hSnir of nil k i n d s Ilank.
l! p i
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of SiKaiund Mianer C'o.
^
C . Ooir, Ited Bank.
Pho
of f u r n i t u r e .
Finn!: Howard, 121 W e n t
Red
Ilank
WASHING MACHINE FOR SALE. "
EXPERIENCED HELP.
F r o n t Btrect. II.M] Hunk, plume, uhnp 3'J'J-J ;
5 j >j
Tti>st innkr. in pi'i-fort c-nndition; rylini!
Help of any kind enn easily he found
' Rod Hi.nk.
POSITION AS COOK DESIRED.
style: snitaltle for eloi-tric. attachment: altlirouirli an advertisement in Tho RegisMiddle-need worilnn wished n prisition us
m
so tbrep-niinrter walnut lied
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ter's Want Department.
cook. Best reference1'. Ware1! ?,<Mh Mrs
'icV
t u r k e y h,-i
ii'
till
n
Call inni-ninc?.
171 Hudson nveaui;. Red
K. Norvvooil, enri! (if liermer, Iielford N. J . k-olililciv a ] - . . l u i l . c j
THREE LOTS FOR SALE.
f o r Ki'iti 11".
II.
Hank.
On Forest aveniip, Humnon, only 500 Rox 21.
F. l.uj.,l,.r, nni-lv...,
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\ltl'V' 1,1,ll 'Hill
HOUSE WANTED " ' "
feet from Main mud bus line.
Dultou
I'arl. ni-ouii.-i.. 'VIIIT-JII, N . .1.
WORK WANTED.""
fm- Julv nii.l Aujruat: small, eherrf'
rnrmly, Ilum.ion. N. J.
EXPERT AUTOMOBII.F. W A S H E R " ~ liimso. tliree ndiilts; price refisonahle. In
Day's work wanted cnrilir for Inwns,
ANDREW J. HILL,
etc.; al»o baulint- refufe nnd Keneral elenn- n o w i n r l i . i r i : . ' , , f i h o v . a s h . - t . - n n l l i t t l i r Red Hnnk"' or nnyu-here near Rumsnn lill
Paper hanglne and decoratinsr; Interior inpr. A. G. Crawford, Fair Hnven, N. J.. H o r n l l l i ' H e . i , I n i ' . , l i l o l n . C o u r t a n d 711 e - lino. Address Small Hour.c, drawer II, Red
nnd exterior painting. 14 Worthley street, ! _ _ _ " ' • "
rlinnii- B t n i ' l .
C - l j-.uir i-ar v . - a . h n l v.iiik
Hank.
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Red Bnnk. Phone 1415.
t.i
nti'
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS
L&MONT A. DUKE;
JOBBING OF ALL KINDS.'
A P A R T M E N T TO L E T .
for rent, with privilege of linht hriusckeepplunibinjr,
hoatin^r
and
tinninc.
Furnares
Let me rlo your small jobs, carpenterln?, i n ? : Improvement^; Kood location, near
F o u r rooms nnd both. i:as, electric licht>,
loves nml rnnccs. Corner Bridtro iiveniii
painting, lawns, garden. Prices reasonable. Broad street.
lnCull nt 4S Wallace street. s t e a m hoat.^'nt IS Mechanic s t r e e t ,
nd West Front street, Red Bank. Phone
Phono Red Bank 727-M.
riiiire of J. I. M,,n,.l.y, in E a s t F r o n t
Red Bank.
1DS'J-.J.
s t r e e t . Ileit Bank. I'lione 7 " .
SECOND-HAND CLOTHES BOUGHT.
CARETAKERSWISH POSITION.
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Pli
1300
HOUSE WANTED7
Men's only; must] he In good condition.
Man rind wife wish position on privnte
nnd ask Luke Longhead to fill your wants.
Small f u r n i l i i i l linos
- a m i r t m e n t ; He is nn eflicient- worker and his charges
Call at I. Kerbcr's, 163 Monmouth street. place O3 rnrelnker^
To!- the
nummer
monthly rental, r.'nsi,liable.
Address with
Red Bnnk. phono S72-.T.
months.
Addrena CnretnkerK, drawer M
small. Twenty-five cents will tnk
full particulars lo Mrs. Dutr. :',1'J Cent.ai thirty-woi-d
Red Bnnk.
messngo
Into
over
7.000
RED BANK CLASS WORKS.
avenue, Pnint Plcnsunt, N. J .
If your window p,lno!i is broken, let us
homes.
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LOTS OF LOTS! "
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put It In for you. aH West Front street.
I have a mojt wnnderful list of lots for
ROAD STAND FORfSALE".
Red Hunk, phone 102R-J.
Four 11123 Subway tnlih::i for r.nlo nnd
snle in nny locntion deiiireil. Some choice
Alooj-T State road, !2x.'10. cfisoline tank
linrKnins.
W. A. Hoppini-. phone Red nlflo sixty new movtnj: picture chairs with town water, electric liKht: lot frontcfrc
PILING AND WOOD FOR SALE.
iron Bland; nl-o „ |,,t of f u r n i t u r e .
10S 2C0x12:i.
Honk 307.
1'or particukirs Bee Caleb' L.
About twelve ncres, black oak, white
Shrewsbury nvi-^ue, Ilul Rank.
Luker. llclford. N. J.. phone Kcansbure
WORK HORSE FOR SALE.
oak nnd hickoiy; on Red Bunk-Everett
WORK W A N T E D .
Good heavy work liurre for sale reasonrond. K. M. Haley & Son.
.
F a r m e r , riarrieil, <->.pi-rieneed in dairy,
able hecnuse owner bus nn UPO for horse.
FOR SALE.
"ATTENTION!
Atiehael Coibett, I^tterKon avenue, Shrews- fruit, mid irener.'il furniiiiir. Hesl of .referFive metal broody coops with yards at
If you want your car fixed quick just bury, N. ,1.
ences for past t'.vcuty .M-nrs. Address box (ached; in perfect condition; rat and wease
call 132R.il. Folder's repair shop. Ford speIf. A. II., drawer M, Red Hank.
ii f; cost J.-,.0O. will sell $2.SO. Feltei
POSITION WANTED.
cinlliit nnd general repairs.
•nriii. Liiierofl, N. J., phone Middlctown
Buckeye luciibntorr, and Bioudero.
Settled woman wnntr, position
dofnfr
HORSES FOR SALE"
All silos ot i n c u b a t o r ! . from 1)5 to 6 0 0 - . • n i - r - i i .
j
eookinc
nnd
housework.
Ttlouirn
nt
Inst
Three Rood form lint-Hen; on the Louis
house on ensl side of Navcsink a\emie,' e w : capacity; nl:;o coal hlirnitl^ and- oil
LIGHT SIX TOURING,
Bry farm, Red Hank-Everett road, or sec
luirniro: b r o o d e r s : nil niren nod s t y l e s .
Looks new. tine condition: nlpo Chummy
E. M. Haley, pliono G80-R.
Fred II. WikilT Co., Red_Rnnlt. '_
•nails tor. makes Hfl miles per hour: ench
FOR SALE.
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WANTED At" ONCE7
SAVE YOUR OLD CARPETS"
?300. liuiuiri* Pavis. Wednesday or Friday
The II ve-pasRpn.Ter tourinjr car of tbe
• Want to buy fliniill houiie in or nenr Red
Re.iiitiful revorsibli! rut';i made from old nicht. Mi Second nvenue, Atlantic Hi
late J. II. T.nfrenlere.
Apply at Floyd K.
Bnnk; with some improvements.
Address Brady's. Fair Haven, N. J., phone Red cnrpetB and chenille nortli-res.
W r i t e for ands. N. J.
House, drawer M, Itcd Brink.
circulars. American Iliti: Mnmifuctory. 21)6
Tlnnk riRCt-T.
FLOWERS FOR "SALE.
Verinmit_sli^et._l<riiiiklyn_. N._Y.
100 PIGS FOR SALE.
Variety of [lowers for sale nt grower's
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FOR."SALE7
Mao some Hhotes; vil] deliver sn many
J U S T ONE" M I L E F R O M ^ R E D S A N K
lore. Ileadden's Corner, until after Di-cTwenty-foot Inulleh, ten hnrse power
as you want. Cnll or write. A. Zlotkin,
1
luiTt'
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lots
2:i::l'i0
feet:
will
pell
for
ration day. Buy your flowers here nnd
Minima engine: [innil rondlll|in.
Inquire
Freehold, N. J.. phone 470-W.
.1. E. nnnlield Boat Works, Atlantic Ilich- ?2..1OO: near river nnd stale road. Or will
sell separately.
C.'i'.eb Luker.
Belfonl,
WANT"to~DUY
Innds. N. J.
BROKEN WINDOW?
N..I.
Pho.no 7.1-F-ill, K.-aiisbiinr.
chickens nnd «lucks: will pay best price.
Cnll Red Bonk 70-J anil have name
TYPEWRITERS FOR SALE.
A GARAGE FOR $ 1 0 0 .
I'hone 3.1S-M, Red Bank, or cnll 72 Bridie
placed.
Single nnd double RtrenKtti \
Three sfnmln.nl mnke. late moili'l.i: like
avenue. Itcd Hank. It. Adler.
L
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t
mo
build
your
v.a:a
I
will
cladK,-,
dnw
Klass.
Plate clasa windshiehlg cur
new; cheap for quick pnK Delivered, subpenalty. Miller's. 33 West Front street.
PIGS FOR" SALE!
~ ject to inspection. Writo Boi 72, Ocean ]y shnw you many l.ind» we have linilt.
All kinds and si.'.os fvilm $11)0 u p . Call Red Biinlc.
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Two rnlrs of bics, sue week* old, pnrt Grove. N. ,T.
Red Until: HIM fur iMM-Viiicatioiis.
Berkshire; S5.IJ0 each. C. Vncel. Holmdel.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN.
MAKE YOUR OWN LAMP SHADES.
N. J.. n-nr qravferdn Corner^
FOR R E N T . F U R N I S H E D ,
New Eeven room house on Parker aveFree instructions.
Wo carry all kinds
WANTED^
' nll-1, Maaasnuan. N. .1. Part enn remain on modern six-motn linn-e, all iinprovemcnts ; of lump .hade wire frames, nil,:, tatTetn!
Iron Awe nsparnuitts ridner.
A!r.o Bond mortgne-e. Imiulre Josepli F. Morton. Bay- from J u n e Killi t o .Se-.tcmber 1 s t : piano. braids, liinilink's. crystals nnd rose bud
nd:;H- .inly.
Ileferei-reM.
Call 25 Klin Bertha Yarn .Shop, 20 West Front street,
work horse for r>nlc chfiip.
Thomas Y. hend,_N. J.
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place, Red Hank, or phone lOHIi-.l.
St____olmdel, N. J.,_R. V. D.
Ued Bank.
POSITION" WANTED.
"M'ONMOUTIl C A R P E T C L E A N I N G CO.
FOUR LOTS FOR SALE
A hnlf-time job, morninKs preferred.
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
Huns slmmpo
I. dyed and r e p a i r e d ;
at River Plar.a on Foster avenue. Inquire Cnll or write, Mrs. Adi'lln Tnylor, .F.-itonDouble hnnse, Kcorl location, neflr ntn,
Mrs. Jirnm H. KinK, Jr.. 61 Main street. inWil, N. X, cine Lenk Nirkins, South Ent- weavers of old rui-s nml enrpets, nlso r a c tinn; now payinK 1- per cent on prict
runs.
Bench Una,I. Nimnioutli Reach. N. asked for property. Henry F. Hylih. real
Kcyport. N. J. rhon_ 1S3-W.
onlowii. N. .1.
.
.T . phoin- Monnii.iith Beach 221",-.T.
tor. room '2, Register huildiniT. phone 743,
iSODEpOTsODEN,"
YOU CAN SAVE
GLASS H E A D Q U A R T E R S .
Red Dunk.
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contrartors nnd uuililers: nil kinds nf Job- twenty per cent, if ynu buy your stove or
All Bir.ei of finirb- mid dotibk- n t r c n e t h
hinir done: will furnish material if dejired. rnnue of L. A. Duke. nt. the corner ,-f
CAR WASHING MY SPECIALTY.
Soden &. Solicit. Lincroft. N. .1.
Hridtre nveniie nnd West Front street. window class. Plnte Klaus windshields our
I KUni-nutrc you a satisfactory job. I.e
specialty.
Miller's
Hardware
Co..
33
W
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s
t
Phone 10SH..T.
i; prove my ability.
Charles A. Jones
PAPERHANGING
F r o n t street. Red Rank, ribonn 70-.I.
and cellinirs prepareil, nlso cnlcimlned.
i-Npci-t aufomiihile washor at Born Iluspc:'
FOR SALE:
TO LET.
Henry Salt, Lippineott form. Little Silver.
IIH-.. (ilolm Court and Mechnnie street,
A blue and white homesniin bedspread
Three-room npiirlmeiil, furnished. f o r l l K h t
N^J.^ phono Red Bank 235-M.
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in fine condition, over one hundred ronr* housekeepitii:: also Inrrc front, r o o m : nil Red Hank.
old. Also a sliifle Poisley slmv.l. Phone improvements.
LOOK.
FLAT FOR RENT.
Address
W TbrockmorI
Imvo
frtr
sale three inrRe fnrma only
Six rooms, (ill Improvements. 1B2 Mon- 27-.T Holnidol.
ton nvenne. Red Ilank. phone 1 M 7 .
one, two nnd three miles from Red Bank.
mouth street.
Inquire J. TIFiorc, 12R
INVESTMENTS!
F L O W E R S FOR C R A V E S .
Trices riKht; terms can be made. Caleb
Shrewsbury avenue, lied Hank.
Opportunities for safe and profitable InI will lia\i< a larfce us-icivtment of (lowers I,. I.ukor. Ilolford. N. J., plione 75-F-31.
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FOR RENT.
vestment mny be found bv rendinp the of- fur sal" ill Hi,' o i t r a m
f Creerii.-ri.ve
No. 70 Hudson avenue, six rooms nnd ferinc-n in Luke I.oiiEhcnd'H department of c.-metcry, Keypoet, fe<nu Way 2 1th to :iOtb Kcnnsbure.
bath; possession 1st of June.
17 Peters The ReKister.
L00K1 CLIENTS" WAITING.
inclusive. Roy l.r.niln rlson. s e s l o n .
Proliertieit \vnntcil nloos: State road. \
plnce. telephone 112H, Ited ltuuk.
"'"'FLOOR C O V E R I N G :
HELP
WANTED.
you have any farms or other properties in
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I1OUSE" WANTED.
Girl o r middle arced woman to do llrfit
Coniroleiim, inlaid, and linoli-um; ni>;s, Monnioutli county list them with Caleb I..
Hood elc.
Man nnd wife would like to fiharn part housework nnd help witil children.
l,:ir..'e s i n k to select from.
Samuel
llclford, N. J.. phono
75-F-S1.
Telephone. Atlantic Sunrt.:, II West. Front, si reel, onposite J.ulur.
of house with private party. Address Pri- home, hie wnKCa.
Kpansburi:.
v
IURhlnrid.1 2112.
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__e_Ta_rly, drawer M, Red Hank.
llioiid street, R.-d Hull;. pbmi>- i:',R7.
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FOR
SALE
ALONG"STATE'ROAD.
HATCHING EGGS FOR S A L E .
HOUSE TO RENT.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Six ncros, nine mom bouse, cellar, twi
Ten roomn. all improvements, n t 111
Large window frames and doors with
rtni'ied Hock hulehini: cites by t h e »etsashes complete.
Apply corner Broad Tliverside n v e n n e : best scenery on t h e timr or Itundreil. Also IVhil,- P e k i n ducks .rni tanks: all kinds of berries nnd fruit
near station; price
$7,000, part cash
river.
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Sesta,
132
lliveiiiido
a
v
e
street and Lerov plnce. Red Bnnk.
nii.l [>ii<n citt-s.
K C. Ilyrain, Upper Caleb Luker, llelfonl. N. J., phono. 75-F-31
nue. Up,) Hnnk.
llnind street. Rod Rank, phone .11-11.
FURNISHED ROOMSFOR RENT.
Keimiluirif.
L
FOR SALE O U ' R E N T .
""CAPABLE YOUNG WOMAN WANTED.
Two nicely furnished rooms with imWANTED.
provements.
Apply Mrs. Mnrcnret ConNew furni'.licd bunenlow nn lot r.Ojlon
White,
for
c e u nil
hovi'..work ; two
in
Married ninn vaiiti'd tn work on farm
nors. Ti7 Linden plnce. Red Bnnk.
f e e t : nil i m p r n v e m e n t s . near he.ich and f a m i l y ; r o o d h o r n . ' n n d r o o d s a l a r y : r e f e r river. M r s . I''rnke. IU North !\laiti fltreet, i - n r e . P h o n e I I 1 D - M , Hod I l n n k . o r n . l d r e i t s near Middlolim-n; house on farm fm- I
WINDOW GLASS.
Address, ntntiniJ: ivnKcs expcctcil, Henry C
Y.nini; Woirnll. d r a w e r I I . lied
Hnnk.
All sixes carried In ntock. (ilnzlnc done
M r l e a n . Red Hank.
I'houe
;7u-l-'.14.
HATCHING
FC.CS.
' P O R C H ROCKERS
Miildli'tnn-n.
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at reasonable prices. Photic 70-.T. Miller's.
anil h a m m o c k s ; Inrce stuck to select from
K. r . W h i t . ' L i ' v l i n i ' i n . I t a t - P i . t r a i n ; J 1.0 0
33 Wo<t Ii'ront titled. Hod Bank.
HOME P.U1LDER AND MILLWORK.
nt, low price.
Samuel S v n r t - . 11 West p e r s c t t i i n t o r l : , ; sv,.(>(> p e r h t m . l r e d n l
LIGHT HOUSEKF.EPING."
i\!any plans tn rlim.se frnm or will estl
:;clierh's,
Chapel
Two Inritn roonm, lialh, Unlit, heat, fuel: Trout s t r e e t , opposite Mroad itlrcel. Red f a r m : n o m a i l . . r d - c
main your plans. Hcreenini.-, porches, trcl
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Hill Poultry
I:IIIII. I'bnpel
Hill. N. .1.
all convenieticci. 47 Merliniile street, one Bnnk, plione tHH_. _
Use. nnd p.'idi IIIU-J.
Fciirinir. llolF
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" G O O D F A R M ~ i l O R S E FOR SALE.
lileck from lirnad r.treet. Red Bank.
1,. ('oo!;. :t7 Siiiisct nvenue. Red Ilnnk
Seven yenrn old; or ^v i 11 c*ehnHire fcr
Ruitablo
for
a ciiickctt
farm
or
truck
SAVE TWENTY PER* CENT
Phone 1ISS.
on stoves, riuurei nnd (inn rnnfren by lmy- trood milk cow. Cnn be neen nt old Tilton f n r n l . s e v r i i - r i i o i u h o u s e n n d o u t h u i l d i n r s :
A WELL EXPERIENCED
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A. A. n i l k i n d s ,,f f r u i l .
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Wluil.-ln« hero. TJ. A. Duke. Bridge nvemio nnd rnrm. opposite Middlotmvn d a i r y .
Anderson, owner.
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West Front street. I'liomt 10H".J.
cook only in privnle family; be<t of refer
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SALE.
MANURE FOR SAI.K.
enres,
Sarah Illlsliee. ,lucks,'il Blreet, lie
S " V c n pa . ' . t n i ' r r I'.uiel; j : i \ ; p r i c e
5300;
Well rolled manure for Hnlf.
Inquire d e n n e d nt ( h e City Dry Clennini; nnd Tlyetuet'n Smith street and Cedar tiveime, Fai
uplud20fl Monimmth iitreet, Itril Ilnnlt. phone i n c W o r k s , !t Merhnnic street, nenr Hnind n e w c o r d t i n ; , m o t o r , b o d y a n d
Hnven, N. .1.
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Osirov. proprietor.
WANTED
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Ilank.
FLAT FOR RENT.
to ri'iit bv J u n e 1st, snia'l d o u s e or npurt
GOOD PRICES PAID
F.I.MI.l! C.
WAINRICHT,
Seven rnotn flnt to rent, corner Mnrilo
ment ill liyo-fnniily IIIIIIM', not t o o fur fron
Criminal and
collecnvttltlo nml White ntrri-t. Apply In W. II. for men's necond-hnnd . l o t l i e . nt t h e City j u s t i c e of Hi.- p e n c e .
t h e r.tntinn; p r i c e SMI n m o n t h .
CnrnK
Dry Clrnnlnir Work". II Mechanic s t r e e t . t i o n c a s e s r i ' i - ' ' i \ , - in-imiiit a t t e n t i o n
Wll.nn. 5.1 Mnple nvomip. He,l nmilc.
u i t h if p o s s i b l e .
Adi-i'ni H e n t Wnuteil, ilrnwc
n e a r Ilrond ulreet. I'hone 103-11.
William r e s u l t s .
Din' n n d n i e l l i s e r v i c e .
P h o n o -1.
M. Rp.l llnnli,
PEDIGREED GUERNSEY DULL. " Ontrov, proprietfir.
( H i i r o . 1 fi I C a t h i ' i i n e s l i o i i . R o d
Hnilk.
Pedfjrreed (Jucrn^ev hull for n<?rvlce. ApW I L L I A M V. D I E T R I C H ,
E M P T Y H O U S E S COST
MONEY.
ply to Miiprrintendoiit Chore Ac-re., Utllo
plunildiiK-, hentiiur anil tinninir. r u m p s an
LOTS FOR SALE.
A bo'.:s,i v. i t l i o u t n t c i i n n t
is a i m o r I n Silver. N . ,1. I'hnni' KM Ilanll IKS.
u-InrlmilU r e p n i i e d . A f . ' n t for M a s t p f r s r Five laree lots for sale nil.iidtiinc Knoll- v o i i t n i e i i t .
I'lnlist.
Hi,' s e r v i c e s
of
Luke
F O R " SALE.
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coal cuvintr rh-vice. I'its n n y fur.
wood Park: nice Im-ntion. easy terms. Ap]|o mice.
A'l I.eiKliton a v e n u e , Red Bnnk
Five tuho n<Mitro<lync? rnillo i"ft; first ply to Patrick M.-C'iirroli. Clause nvenne. I...,, rl,,..',,i in I'lo.lim. ii iDl'iil.l, I •„;,,,!
r e a c h e n o v e r V.tlfm f a m i l i e s e v e r y
week.
pjione (1K2-W.
fill) tnkrn It. full VWivoon 1:1)0. nn,l f, :l)0 Fair Haven. N. .1.
I'URNITURI''. FOR S A L E !
o'clock, 34 HfirKATl plnrp. HP<1 Bmik,
APARTMENT FOR RENT.
" M O N E Y T O LOAN.*
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Gold, n mil.
bulfet.
coldi-ii
onk
dlnlnB
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SMALL RErRIGERATOR.
On tiond a n d mottKak'e. on real eatntrt (n
Filrnishcit, three room npnrtment. for m u m p u i t i - . K o h l o n I,,TI; l i e d r o o t i i s u i t o ' n n d
Rr.l Hank riv 1 l c i n i l y in s u n n of jnot) t
Rmnll vrfi l^ovntor, lined only a alinrt llcht housekei'tiini-: iiiuMiiveinents: oppo- i l u r k o a k b u r e a u .
M r s . .Irisi'ph S e n a
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STiO.onO.
Apuly
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Lovely,
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nite Vietnrv Park: blllliillB.
!•'. V., box R i v e r , i . | e n v . - l l l l e . l i e d I l l l l l k . I'll,'III- f. S | .
tlmp. In fliM-dnin riindltion: price rrnnon
nt-ln\y. SuiHh Aiiibny, N . J . , p h e n o Soutl
422. llumson. N. J.
• We. 77_Ilrnm'li nvemie. llrd Ilntllt.
Ainboy m i - M .
FOR
SALE.
TIIF.
COST
IS
LOW.
FOR'SALE.
O n e Ford t r u c k , pynelicnlly n e w ; r u n le,,,
The r-hnriiK for ndvi-rti nenls In this
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Corn ..n tlm ear fur mil..; four I,, p. mv.
thun
t\Mi
t liniisii ]i,l
milri;
has
cub
and
Hulf Inline f o r r e n t , tliree r n o m s downrll* nml hflt drlvpn forro pump. A. Hit cli- department of The Koiihitor ii 2r> ceiitn • t a k e b o d y ; a h . i r i ' n i i i at. S M 7!, | , . , , u i e k
for thirty words or lcs«. A low cost for
s t a i r s , fiiur l e i l r o o n i " , w u t c r , ehvfric,
olT, Prlvot Jlrdfto Farm, lircl nnnk.
hilfh class service.
_ b u y e r , . l i . h u N e l -in, i n i n i R i v e r . N . . 1 .
irns:
centi-allv
lorrited:
rent. *:Ui
HOUSE FOR SALE.
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G. A. MILLER,
FLATS FOR RENT.
inoiith. A. I,. Ivin.i l u r e n r y . l t e n i s t e r liullilTen yrnrn old, jrond workrr. (rentier nli
Four and nix rniimi rind hnlh. rll Im- b u i l d e r n n d r . - n c i i d r u i i l r i i c l o r ; p n l i l t i t i l t iinr. Ueil Itanl..
apt of linlnoaa. John Wnlah. Ot-rnn Vic
proveoie-ils.
Apply HI Haul F r o n t street. m i l l d
iraliur.
Wall paper for sale.
G.
HEADQUARTERS
N. J. Cnll Mrs. Joarph, Atlanllr. II.
Red Bnnk, The Land and I.onn Cii., Newton A . M i l t i . C o m i i l o n n n d c h u r c h s h o r t i
for n e w farm wlm.mii. a h e l v l m n . point
COOK RANGE FOR SALE.
Dorenut'i, president.
n . . | f , . i d . _ N . .1.
Ph.me K
p.hnrir
DH-W.
lioiliei. swivel li-.-i'-i, y o l . e s . l b r o n d l i n n »"
No. 7 rook rrniirp: npvor lippii nnpil, for
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CADILLAC" FOR SALE.
tile..
WlirHv. rii.-ht. nn,I I'lin-I.^mitli. M
lint nnti-r holler: prifp |l!0. Apply .lojppli
I'honr M<
A 1014 tourlmr for pule, JlliO; suitable
Two
nimrlineiiti,
imilly
funilslied,
f o r K P I I P V * Hon. F.nsl. Fieeholil.
Onder, l i t IlprliPrt utriiet, Itivl Ilnnk.
for truck or engine fur niotiiilinnt.
Apply lll.'lll l l . ' | . , ' l "
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CHAUFFEUR WANTS POSITION.
Diiiulnle A n u m , baker, Hilda,, avenue, It,.,] r i , t h " i i d e . h i l i . o i n o d l i u . t l i n e .
h u p i i , , .
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Chauffeur, private, ni,'P(l SI!, tnnrrlcd: 14 Ilnnk. Phone 14211.
I l r i d f e
t i i e l i i l e ,
p h i i n i '
H i l i - l l .
I t . - d l l n l l l .
Mm- l i t . on L i n c o l n lilirhwnr, Neivrn
yearn' rxpi'i Ipnro; <lorn own rejittfln. It. I1'.
TRYCURCIIIN'S FOR FACE VALUE." DO YOU WANT TO RAISE CHICKENS? lo 11M iillinl.
nil. |,[.I) •: Imir roiitnillil
V.. Vnlloy C'ntlniic. Now York, l l m 47
Let us l i e j n i i r burlier. Wo know bow
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tine
l o t ' .
I-III'II
tn\2ll()
I'ei't,
.otitli• I!•<••• - i-lilil a n d i i n r n n . l t e n n n l If reinrni
REI'AIRS OF ALL KINDS "
to please. Kxprrt tolisnrlal nervice. Cur- e m I ' M I O I O I I C , i " , f r i i t t o i m ! l y t i n , ' f o e c h i , 1 i n t o M n . A, 1'elllt, 17 l t . i r h i r i c iivenil
enn lie ilntio. bv »nlllnu on Itnlph II. Elrk- chln'i Burlier Shop, Second National Bunk r n i i . l l u r . ? ' > l l l t o r I I I . ' s i v .
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rln. the rnrppntrr nml ImlMc.r, nl M Mc- bulldliiK. Upnlnlrn.
A i l ' l i c s
I'lii.'ti.'ii•;.
d i a u ' . ' i M ,
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I t a n l . .
IOR SALE Clll-AP.
I.nron nti-out, Kod llnnli, phone MOH
F "OGDEN MfCLASKKY,"'"
L O O K
A l . O N U
S I A i r .
H O A I ) .
I ' o l n l o
p l n n l i - r ,
r o n ,
p l m i l e r ,
s p r l i
ROOMS IOH HENT;
fllatr roofer; Mil ronfii eottted nnd ninde
I
h a v e
fur
in!,a
o n e - s t u i v
,'oiicrele
win
f a r m
ivnurm,
l)i.p,-iir;
hal-.i-'l.'
KlilRlf muni mljollilni; linlh : Innrr, douldn Unlit.
I'liliuiios repaired.
Iti'clinu inn- r o i i d s l i i n d . ' i e : ' i K . i n f i . | . | , l , , t r , i i \ i t i i i : o l d ) i l l ) I .-as n o i e s ; ' I l t l i - r n h . 1 ' . e u t l i i
>omn ullli n t r n w nnd p r l v a t o linth.
lerlnl for enlo.
133 Hudson ivvcmie. Hod * : 1 . 1 U O , ? : : , l l i m c , , . . ] , , b o l o n c , - m o i l i - o i - c .
l-i'lii.l.
It..il.',
<;l.!in.i(ii p
F n n n ,
lti\er«l,
Honk, (diono 4 0 0 - J ,
.._..llrimd street, Ittiil Dunk, l'liono 332,
U t l c l i
I . u j i c r ,
n l i o n o
' i t i - l ' - j l ,
K e i i n . l n i r K ,
. i l r i l f ,
HBII
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WA^T_D.
•al h o
Woman
anted to do
ork
n B7nall family. Adrlrcai C. II. M., urav.cr
M. Roil niink.
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED.
Mirlille at;eil woman, white preferred, to
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FOR SALE.
Two hundred and
lorty
and
three
hundreil nnd ninety e«u Cyphera Incubators $10 ea.-li; 100 chick Cyplir.rB huv*i-*,
?"» each; utlur pnultry supplies.
J . T.
Iiavii, luct box »i, lliiiblanili.
I'hone
•-i BUSINESS OVfO
Jinlt-a dlstrilnHnr wittit« m«ii nr wutiioti
in) will invest from IJtiO tu f&OU and dotn »t>uru limp. $••:, u. fr.n wrvhly K'*«rtftpil.
Wriu
m\d iiminj/e
lutffview.
h
ulea Co.. ailit liioiid
ulrtct.
fo
iN.'»-'a
adults
rii-ht pe nil.
ml ho
.FOR SALE.
!
WINDOW
.1. He
Hnnk.
tr
room house and linrn, nlaeteen acrra
We rnaku a Bueclulty ut clenntnt:
lso
lanil, apples, pcacbea end pea
1-OK I t l ^ N i .
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an<l prlvnU i«»ln
lake.
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the
place
for
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T w o o r thri-e conm-i-t iiu: r o o m s , f u r - i
Knifrn! olllca cteaiitnu, IUt*»
I
duck
farm;
nricu
S7,i,0l).
terraa.
c;aleb
iidicd o r u n f u r n i s h e d : all conveniences f o r !
fcinti-iractiiiu Kunrantceil,
4a
irr. m-Uord. N. J .
I'hona 7C-F-31, WA»hlnetu
i u h t liounckeepiiur; u l - u n i t r l y furnished i
•tree),' (Icil
Uank,
phona
(i"4M
h'i'imiK m i m i s ; i:arni;e fur r e n t .
l'linno
0 0 7 - J . R e d llunl:.
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FOR SALE.
BANQUET TAlil.F.S I'OK SALE.
Six room bolide ami barn, nlncte
Quiintity uf liBimuKt hiK-ftei and %n\An
T R U C K FOR SALE.
nnd yearn
'•' land.
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ns, nil nicely DuiliU'il : n l i n fuur-fotifc
I i e t h l e h e r n l i ; - t o n , ruck and s t a k e lio.
f
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nice
hike.
.lust
ll
plnce for a chicken
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nhowrr t u b ' r m i i v l c t o . Irmi
l e c t r i c !iiiht:i ami i.tiirt.-r, in l i r . t clr
mid dm-k farm; pri>- J7.0O0; teriiiH. Culoli luU-h.
i.l wiihh huwl, q u a n t i t y
i c c b a n i c a l coiulitlon.
No ren»o
ile r.tl
ni
, Id'lforJ. N. J-, phone
75-F-31,
ilU. \«t of J^rifnlii tnl»«
efusoil.
N . J . Hui'k, Colt's Neck.
I'lio
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-lmrjf.
cd ia ^^(M•., i p i a n t i t y itnrtU:n t o l . .
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RKALTESTATE TOR'SALE."'
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CADILLAC COUPE FOR SALE.
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ninnlo. t « f l v e - r o n m house, in cood
N e w p a i n t , n e w rulilier, new b a t t e r y ;
tiun ; tivo-Rt<jry Imnpalow nnd lnr«e
H E L P WANTED.
tmlW
(f KI-.MIKI, on s t i l l - niaiJ, nlonir
TIrlr11«a ny<-\ man lull nr pnrt tfni">.
n y o n e whr> likes s t y i n ; price !2oo'. H n - r y
JC ."lOfti nisli S 2.500, balance cany
rl for $Mi to J100 i^n.ittiiciit weekly
'..UMIC, resiili'in-e W a y s i d e . I ' . 0 . Asliury
Writ'.: Dr. Judaon, Mnspeth, Long
im^; U> PfJI KhuvortJi I'rtidin-iij " 0 »
' a r k . It. I). N o . I.
_ ^ I - h M. I-'. V.
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_ _ toilet, prepiihiliona, huilsi-JiuliI mi<.'''flhltif t ,
SPECIALTY
FOR SALE ALONG STATE ROAD.
in wrcenhonsi! iiaintinw nnd tTlazinc; also
.iihljflli'Ml
bu'*inoBfl, Iiitrti-Rrmle KijnrnnA. forty-rnur-acrc farm, twelve acres of
rl jnr,(liii-tH. i:.M-lu:ii\ c ti-rrilory. W r i t e
np!>lca, sixteen varieties; ]f>0 peach trees,
inintintr.
Day fir contract vork.
F.sfi- i;ra[ie vinnyard". o|pv*?n room hous*. barn for l e t t e r oxplnlnhiir r.-orvlliln^. "The W .
nates cheerfully iviven. I'eter Titus, hox nnrl • -jaiia! outhiiildiniifl; prire ??.R,OflO.
* worth Co., IJ.K I-Hii, V,uv llnv^n. Conn,
FOR SALE.
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I'lmne 7f.-T-3i. Keansburg.
C. L. Luker,
FOR "SALE.
BolfoH, N . . I .
Chicken farm, nevcntorii n r r M , h a s ' f r u l b
Alonrr state road, near Atlantic Hitrhand berrifH, chicken hniiriir lSxliO frrt, 2^l>
LADIES. ATTENTION!
1
lands, fourteeii-coom house, nil improve'liens ; new ntu«<> carat:*? for t h r r i .
Klita I!entity .Slinp. Manicuwng, Bhamments: lot
lr.Ox^.V feet: price ?x.f,0O. looinif, Fii-alp troatments with or without
barn nn'l uiunl cut In.ildtnKB • nut a
us. Caleb Luker, Belford, N . J . Phone
H i use lias nhi" rn.ijnfl, Ixitli, i>Hnr.iy; bobbing, curling, dyeing and
bleach in if hnir.
Ojicn evenii
by ap- try, laundry house, col
nyutcm
LOANS.
nt. 3^ Wi rly place, Red. Bank, electric, 1 h o t and cold mlining wntt«r: ten'
minutus' wn\k to benrli, fivo rniriites' ridn
Persons Rcekini,' hinn.4 cr having money
ph_nne
3fi7-M.
tn
K'pyport.
Pritfi
?lfi.000.
Cnli-h
Taker,
o loan on bond null inortKaKP ore urKed to
FOREMAN OR"GARDENER.
IJelfrml^N. J.. plmn.* 7 5 - F ^ l ,
KmnKbum.
•end Tho Register's. Want Advertisements,
AVurk inp fui'i'rmn or tfunlcncr *>» gcntlrvhcre ojipnrtunitie^ for nuickly fillinti your
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OAK
FIREWOOD.
man's <::-tatf, Uinniuithly cxpcriencpd in nil
vanln^may Im foiiml. _
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Our onk wood is r u t in IriiKth" for fiir(it'partrneiitH, ri'liiilili- arul ciMnpetunt mnnFOR SALE AT " K E Y P O K T .
IIKIT, is n|im for <Mu;!u:rmcnt utter -hine nacfa or hitchnn rnniieB. In mild w e a t h e r
Clottnye, coiitainini: six rooms nnd l>ath, 1st. 1D-21.
Arfilrosa
Richnrrl J. Whaltn, when a nten*Iy fire is iir.t nerdeil, a few
pici'f>a morriinjrfl nnd evciiiiii'H will c r e n t l y
kitchen ranKC and Inundry tubs, hot and Nttvosink. N*. .1.
siivfl your ennl p i l e
Wo nlso have pin«
FOUN'D—
slab wood for kitnllinK pui-poBC.
Oal;
1'rice fr,,(IOO, part cash.
Caleb L. _
a fino place to store your car for any wood.
d. ? l ^ for a lau;e triiiit
triiii't load, pinp $JO, »
er, Belfonl, N. J.
period ut timu; open tiny and night; just half off each.
h $11 C.
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1). .luhii
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H
H. Cni.k.
C k ,
FOR SALE.
ii block frnm Broad .street; plenty of room Jr.,
J r . Newman Springs nvenue, Keil H m k , 1
Gray mix oil Kmrli.*h tweetl cent, black for either indoor or outdoor parkinff. B
I , HIT.
now, nnd i Auto StnraKc. Mechanic street and Globe
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MONEY~F0R FARMERS^
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S4; vrry rc;i- I court, Beil Hnnk.
The Federal Land Hank, the only farmTO II1»IF>
V O.I
Q Linden plac
mlitiun
FOR SALE.
em' mutu.il hank, the net enrninjis <f which
J(7«.
1 Hn il.
itr room Hiiite, "inu pipces. 5 7 5 : iron tro buck to tho fitrmrr who hor-owa i h a
JERSEY BLACK GIANT EGGS
vith KpririRa, .*r>.Ul); beautiful In
im mny, loans money to f firmer ft nn first
hah-hiiiK- fr..m choice ntock; Jfi-00 per
lirnir, ?li0; !ar«e KitH rariKe. feat
bond nnd mortKui;n at fr \'-£ per cent i n t e r 100; While Cliin.-i t;ci'-ii> nnd Indian Runner
-.3 and other smnll articlpn.
Apply est to r a y off moi-tnatr*?"!,
debt*, buy
ys. ANin pur*; lirrd Ilnnipshire pit'n. R. nt 28 McLaren utreet, Itcd Bank, on Urick, makn improvements, etc. If y o u r .
Campbell, Cliupot Hill, Atlantic Hieh- Tliur. .lay or FrlJay.
_
in Monmouth
mil you want
farm
i i ^ N ^ r . . n. F . n .
I
•etnry for
FOR SALE.
A" BARGAIN!'" READ!
Send for
circular,
Maple bedstead nnd aprinps, feather bed Mnnmouth county.
Ten room lioust; on Hnmi] street, near Feathfr pillows, dinner d is lies, seventy ienry C. Wode, l'"arminijda!c, N, J. Phone
Hini'S3 POP tion: ](it 55x'<!Sf> fept: larsre pieces; buokn; lil>rary, encyclopediao, his- sc-w.
KrriKC.
liettL-r look it over.
Henry F. tories, edurational; also Btation waunn,
FURNITURE FOR SALE.
Hylin, realtor, rnnrn 2, RcEiater buildinu. ilouble harness ; cheap. 15 Pemberton aveFurnrd oak <iiniiur rnnm nuit<\ round
hono 743. Hod Kawk.
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nue, Ocgnnpnrt, N. J.
•able, KP.it a twenty person's, rxtrrnlrtl;
ROOMS FOR RENT.
vnry wirkei- nnd ivury tntilcs; Oomniunity
~ F O R SALE.
Kinclc, or for I if: lit liomekoepinR; furTwo ynunff Guernsey family cows, fresh, 'ilver, knives, fm-kn, spuonn mid oyster
1
yearn
old; live pitfs, nix
ath. 'Sinclu rniims SU.OO* nnd S4.00; Knod [.nniinif tlire*
wcoks oldj brood HOW, 8<?*?d hofr* thr<?e iv. in«, bfjur-Klii-^B chair;), itumher filmed
locution, privntfl hom
children.42 Ilerkslilrea, cijiht Bhotes, four monthn obi. onk piet-ci. ivory telfphono (alilp, practih
hild
Uccttjr plnoe. Red li k.
iilly
new ; Impt'iial vncuuin clenner, ciiifTunliiirry A. Hnwne residence, Wnyotde, P. O.
i;rs, box wprinK9, niattresiics, nno full-Hize
II. ]•'. !>.. Asliury- Vnrk.
netal ivory bed, Ret of three Trench m i r ' Save a lit tie.
(Jet your Rrrnni
FOR RENT AT RUMSON.
ror a, six other mirrnr.'*, four wire-woven
nniim nnd nil other small plants, i
An eiclit room cottape, completely fur- flay beds, bronze statuary, BIX pnintpil
nd windnw rustic baskets with cni
flowers niul vines from Nelson's, -15 Lo- niahed, with improvements; also n. two- chiiirn, mahojrar.y parlor table. 80 Illvpf*
rnom bunirnlnw, with was and water, near
> nvenue Red Hnnlc.
b nvenue, Red Ilnnk.
Victory I'nrk; iniinediate pttsaession for
_____
DOGS,"
P 0 L 1 C F
WE DO STAMPING.
Hiinimcr heiisun. Addrcsr, Mrs.'B. Jeffrey,
CIIOWFI. Airrdnles, Kmrlish nnn\ Trtnlj Srf*
.lust received a new lino nf stamped A Her. street. Rumson, N. J.
tern, flrcnt. nanf«, Irinli wolf liound^; fiiifBt
iinchflon Bets, D. M. C. cottons, rpform
FARM
FOR
SALE.
nitiiilit nml monacrnnm for your linens
Sevcnty-flvQ acre farm or will sell R part. Kiiaranteed
in
A-1
con'lit inn.
Grrmd
and fln-ssps. Hertlm Yarn shop, 20 West
•oom houee, electric, toilet nnd Champion Konjet vnn Hoholuft, TJnu!iI«
Twolv
Yvont sti'eft. KPCI Hank.
bath; hot nnd cold water; usual outhuild- Champion Bern of Elm view, Rwl T.<?nminif
FOR~SALE~
iiiKs; loss than throe miles to Ited Bank. f Chow), and other notrd drips at ntutl,
A Inrr
upholstered rnnker SB.00, J'rico S22.000. Culeb Luker. Belford, N. J. Breed tf> the beit and buy the bent. P u p iw Vorfeetion oil lientrr. used very little, Plmne 75-F-H1 Kcansburff.
pien for sale at rensotiablr price* nnd &
•2.50; thrpi-riimrU'r be.l s]irinK, $2.00. Apfrw very o^ceptiona] female? given to reA WINNER.
ply Mrs. Charies V. Seott, Ih Eaat WestPoUco
I will teach you a buHincso that can be lialile people on breeding banln.
me. Red Bank.
•s ti-ained by notoil German tratner ot
:nrried on at home during spare time.
reasonable
fees,
Strnnprheart
Kennelp,
makingg $10 to %'li>
EGGS FOR HATCHING
% a week,, without hard
Ennton avenue. New ilrunawick, N. J«
b
Ei
i
sit r t ctions
from Single Comb Rhode Island Reds; haby llabor.
or.
Either
sex. C
Complete
C ml p l
ehix
• and the Hist nnd 28th of May; 50c.
50
Eastern
E
Advertising
A d i i
S
Service, Bridge- Telephone 1443-W-2.
stock for Rale from the same and water, Mass.
Lock box 53.
DAHLIAS OF MERIT.
tabln fowls.
AHdrcns Mrs. V. VanDorn,
FARMS WANTED.
AmbasBador, Amun RH, August Jobnnon,
Half-Mile rond. Red Bank.
Have city clients ready to buy farms In Baahful Cinnt, California Siipnrbn, Dakotn,
FOR RENT.
Monmouth county; also lota and town Ks t her Holm as, Francis Lobclrll, G r i n l y ,
One large
i e l yy furnished room;
also properties.
Tor quick results list your Hercules, InRulindn. Jersey'a Pride, JUIIETB
g
r
mall
1mth, in private family. property with Kay K. Stillmnn, Monmouth Warsan, Kitty Dunlap. Lady Bttty, Jlnbel
ll room with 1
Would Kive breakfast if desired.
Near County real catat", Eatontown, N. J.. care Thatcher. Maripo^n, Mfphistophplen, Alex
Waldie. J\Irs. I. DeVerWnrner, Mr. CrowI'ust F r o n t hti-t'i't IUK1 \ui.
3G 1 lircck- Stiilman Farms, State Highway.
1*7. Mew Moon, Isnm Shadown, Princesa
-ton aviMinr?. UPI] Hnnk.
A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY.
Twcnty-eik'ht n acre
furm,
eifiht-rcom Pat. Rcsii N«H. Itnnkivnod. Supt. Amyrhn.
FOR SALE AT CLIFF WOOD DEPOT.
Emperor. If. S. A-. Wizard cif OT:, T?e,|
Eiixhl-rooni hmiac, cellar, chtrkrn house, lioune, liot water heat, electric and phone, Pinnet, Chnctnv. Unelc Sam. Ktirl Wil:n lots, &0xl7">, on cornnr of CHiTw
overlooking
Snriily Hook
bay;
apples,
liam?, Jean Charot. Qvrr There, Yellow
peaches, pears nnd asparagus,
along:
avenue and Locust street.
S 4,500, hnlf p
g the Num. Larn Crfed, Lnrldie. Klbrron HrtiUp
Caleb
tt
t
d
?2 2000
Clb
t
Clb
Luker, Belford, N. J . state
Caleb
concrete
rond.
?2
2.000.
ty, Canary Bird, Hdln. PalcnnW Va\\*y
7S-F-31 K
Pho
b
Luker. plmne Ko
burfr T5j-F-31.
'. Andy (Jrump, Winilclil .Sfocorabc
p,
fl
. S r a .
.
y
^FAMILY
ALONG STATE ROAD.
AUNDRYWORK
are scarce nnd in Brent
Family wash, wet, not exceeding 25 Varieties liste
I have for sale parade biiRincss known
your order
rd
nt
nt once,
c , 51.50
51.5
d
m
n
n
d.
Plne y
na the "MitWletown Gjirage;" oiso ^2x37 pounds, 75 cents; ough
g .dry
y wash,, G cent
Wh
Ch
Why pay more?? Cnnh
Toet, Jot 50x185.
Everythinc comnletc. per pound. Rough dry
d
b nndd flat
f l t work per Krecn plant.
wnsb
Other
Price
$6,000.
C. Lukor, Belford, N. J. ironed, 7 cents per pound.
Hand ifoninfT with order, delivered post paid,
r
75-F-31,
Ph
if desired.
Jersey Coast Laundry, West sanctions from 3rf» vnrletie^ made up in
collection* from S2.00 up. Elbernn Dnhlla
Front Btreet. Red Bnnk, phone 204.
FOR SALE.
Gardens, "Box 261, Elbcron, N. J.
Beautiful dininc room suite, solid oak;
HOUSE BOAT FOR SALE.
Ifiven pieces, nnd four-lnirner «as ranse
House boat, 20x52 over nil: 18x40
/ith oven and roaster.
Phone 261, LonK house; four bedrooms, lare*^ Hvinff room,
Branch. Ocean avenue, corner North Bath kitchen and. dining room; one of t h e heat
Old maps of Middlesex and Monmouth'
avenue^ Lonpr Branch, N . , J .
on Barnecat Bay. Will sell at a sacrifice. counties, lfiGO find previous.
Ad dress G,
LOOK, TOR SALE""ALONG STATE~ROAIX Apply Ro?a M. Clayton. 102 Anbury ave. N., drawer M, Red Rank,
Two and three-quarters acres, six room nue, Ocean Grove, N. J. Phoiw 2G77.
house, cellar, phone, Karace 30x30, store,
LLOYD FRANCIS,
K03 tnnlc, nil tonU, complete; ?7,000, part Koneral contractor nnd builder, porch enmortice.
Cnleb L. Lnker, Eelford, N. J. closure a : ' jnhhint* promptly attended to:
All kinds of Jobbing attended to hy «ri
Phone 75-F-3U Keanslmrc
estimates cheerfullyy furnished, 45 Linden experienced caroentcr.
Write or phone.
B
d D
k
R
id
Whit
d
BROwN~ANb~BL"UE~STONE~F6R SALET
Bed
Dank.
Residence
White rc?d,
Marvin,
85 Waverly place, Red Bank,
:ct. Shr ••bury, N. J.
About. 100 lnadn of brown atone nnd Uppiv Brond
phone S57-K.
luo stone for fireplaces or •walls. Call nt -Phone 973. Red flunk. Window screens.
job where building ia being wrecked; will
BOATS BUILT.
sell by load.
Apply corner Broad street
Overhauled, repaired nnd painted.
Enand Loruy place, Rccl_ Bntik.
Rin.es overhauled, repaired and installed.
House hunters will find their requireNew nnd sec ond-hand boats and motors
FOR~SALE
for sale. Boata called for nml delivered. ments quickly filled by r«adincr Register
nt Locust, New Jersey, en Shrewslm
New Jersey Motor Boat Co., 137 Front Want Advertisements. Many ofTednes nra
river, forty foot fmntat?r,» Bcmi-buncalo
six rooms, furnished.
Water, gaa, d e c - street, Kcyport, N. J., phone Keyport 179. Hated each week.
eit y.
?S,00 0.
Ensy terms.
R. C.
i. c. 5. "SALESMANSHIP COURSE
cten. Locust, New Jcfscy.
for snle: complete International CorreiPIANOS AND PLAYERS.
pondence Echon] course in snleamansliip.
We Bell, buy, exchange, rent, tune, r e - costing over ?l00, sell tor S.30 cnsK This
We make a specialty of Rlasg tops for
pair, electricnlly rlcan, varntsh and polish iiiclmle-i all individual instruction
from furniture, tables, fliileboards, chifTcnicrn
' nos of all makes. A. U. Dirhnn'a Piano T. C. 3 . headquarters as well na fount! text
ind
china elosets. 38 West Front street.
Showroom nnd Repair Shop, Drummond books. Write A. B., drawer M. Red Panic.
place. Red Rimlt. riinm* DI!3.
Red Bank, phone 1023-J.
USE ELECTRICITY.
.
• FOR RENT
We will wire vour house, furnish flxat Locust, New Jersey, on river front, BIX
turpH,- also oppllances, with twelve months
room fiirnishiMl bunKilriw., CJas, runninwr i<) pny. Equal payments, no interest, no
Lost or Btrayed, Dachshund, Friday,
writer, tele-phone ennncction.
Front and money down.
A postal card will brinR
rear porchep.
?:iOD f()r • season,
R. C. our representative,
Nfwman's
Electric April 11th, urnnll yellow IIOE ; nolid color
Grcten. Locust. New Jersey.
Shop, Dept. D., Belroar, N. J . Phono Belil crooknl IOI,-H. Upturn to E. D. Lenll!FOITSALE.
" mar 116.
hon. Midilktown. N. J..,phono 795-M.
Twelve portable fici-ecm; three BJ7.nl 30
IMMEDIATE CASH.
im:hes anJ nine air.crl ^-1 Inches; very pood
"Why not noli for immediate cash all unrondiiinn.
Also Violot Jlny Ilenulifn mn- roquirod effects.
Furniture, nurplim fnrm
ehine, good HR new; reasfiiahle. Dl Peters crops, unused machinery nnd prnetically
Glnss conttnrtiirn. Window, plnte, mil"
place. Red JJnnk, phone fili-R.
any other article can be (told quickly by rotv ribbE'<!l Florentine nnd colored glasi.
eiiKapiiiu thn servinos of L,nl;p Lnn^rhpnil.
—
FOR SALE.
our
specialty.
38
Weit .
who presides over Tho Register's Want Windaliielda
Three houses Hint n. huildinp lot on the Popart mont.
l-'rnnt street. Rod Hnnk. phonf 102S-.T.
corner of Herlioi-t. street and Rhrrwahury
AWNING "AND CARPET" CLEANING^"
avenue, rorni.-ily tin- stun' in-opcrty (if K.
Awning-"", boat covers and curtains, carM. Unley.
Will sell nt n ImrKnin: terme.
pets and ru[»n cleaned, rcourcd and stored;
K. M. Utiley & Son. Red Hnnl;.
Suitable for quick development; 403 feet
matt re s sea re novateU nml made to orJcr;
DRESSMAKING " ~ ^
layinc of enrpota, ruga and linoleum. Es- on Pearl street ami 400 (coi. on Control
hy McDowll praihuto; fit and stylo Kiiar- timates
cheerfully
civon.
Rat iaf action jivenue, I&0 fict ilrrp.
Apply to Romfii
anteed.
C'hildrpn's d re:' sea a ppecinlty. tnmrnnteed,
Knnborn'a. Gi Whito etreat, Unit hers, -TJ> South
ronrl street, Red
y\lso lnnkpr or nrliticinl flowera from Don- fled nnnlt.
Phono a2-H.
niiiciTi iiapcrfl. Mrs. Alice ^nwdey, 1'Z Sprliii?
Ilank.
street, Red Hani:, phono lUTi-j.
FINE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Bwcllinc nf di,'ht rncms, liatli, KUS. elcc23-ACRE FARM FOR SALE.
tvk\ new truriiKr. onoln^tMr perch. awniri:»:
One mile from Kntoutnwn post office, nil impruvrnieiits: Ittcntcil on BtfttP road in
T h r c e - p i c t e ninlioKim/ !ivin« room s u i t e ,
pood nix-roum house, utram hfiit. Pnm\ Hod rtiink. near stntion; nootl invpntmcnt nt
in ITooil condition, price f l 5 . Can bo necn
nutbuildhiKi,
with
or
without
stork; J9.000.
Ttcminmil)!^ navinfilt down anil
KDipei, fruit, nml aspani^ii'-.
\\ M. ilnlcy nuivlenifp tor linlmicc. Aurly T>. W. Will- nny time nt Mrs. Willium H. rrnncia'n, 48
A_Son. phono lloil Hunk fiSO-lt.
Kir.f. 2 Ilroail «lvort. lto.1 Ilanlc.
Newman 'SprlnKa ruail, ti-W-hiinu 1103-R
HEMSTITCHING.
ALL YEAR SIX ROOM HOUSE.
Itcd Hank.
M r x i r n n . uiilc, iiicntimr, i:o]il and nilver;
Hoi air li.-nl. IIIIL n. m a p ..ml nliuut
thrcp in-ro^ of Innil. nonr Miitiwnn. N. J.
pinkinfr,
plait ini:, nineliino
cmliroidcry.
Homla nml nov.-ltics r, ir m l c at, t h o Handy
inutiiifr <iistnni''1 (n .Torppy Cits-, Newnrl; or
A iicut younB Kirl or middle aitdl ivnmntl
Shop. V} Broad F t r w t , R.-il Hnnk.
Now Yti)-tc.
Forced to poll ncrount of tn nssi^t in tho euro of two nmnll r.lilldreu
TO R E N T .
cliaiiBo of iionltion. , Vill miorilici- it -oM
in
r e t u r n fur a K<»>I1 homt nml smoll wnseii,
U n i t diuiMe him so, BCVPII roomn anil nt once. Intiuiic C. U. Kolilcr, Krenpnu,
I m t h ; eliTtrie liiilita. iinwly decorated; all N. .1.
_
Cnll AL 4!) RiiHruod nvt'ii c, Knloiitnwn, N,
i m p r o v r m i ' r . t s : five minuted to ntntion and
BUNGALOW" TOR" HENT.
' J.. phnno 21,14.
r e n t r r of t o w n ; rout !?r.?( per nionLli. A'lCalifornia Inmirnlmv fur runt, furnished
ilrcr*fl HOIISI-, tlriiniT M, Uvl Hunk.
or uiifurnislu'il, fur s u m m e r (cninii or nil
EXPERT UrHOLSTERING.
j o n r roiinil; Bix r a n m i with all liuprovrOvoratufTeil furniture, t'liahimi!!. Blip c o v - n e n t s : ideal location. Kenu> flvcniie iin<l
Pruning Ly experienced mom aprayinir,
ers ninde t o o r d e r ; supplies, t a i ' e a t r y , c r c - Oatlierine utioet, 1'air Havpn. Apply M M .
Iflylnjr out of sroumli, Urgo *r iimall. A*l •
t«nrio ntul l e n t h c r : lump uliado BIIUS, wire J a m e s t'hnilulrk, K n n n m-omir mill Syrnvlco
glvpn ns to what, when ami how tr>
framon, t r i m n i i n c s .
II. ChiirU'n f u r n i t u r e mnn> place, Fair I l n v r n . Phono. lied Ilnnlc
Btore. li'.l Moiimonth ntrot1!., Rtvl Bn k.
plant.
T. IT. Stilr% 121 Hnrtllntf rond.
ENGLISH SF.TTEKS' FOR S A L E .
Red Dank, phnno 1161.
'sAXArilONE
INSTRUCTION.
T \ u . rci^iM.MTd Kmrli-ih srtlcrrt, l.lni-lt.
L e a n t to vlny a F.a\aphciiJ for- plea^iirff
whitn and tin,: hi'.-*I of t n - w i l n g : ofpht nnd in-ofil. i will Ipncli y o u : nnti-lt resultB
m o n t h s old: juM. richt for thin fall. FnriM,
t» -"•11.
Apply Ihiniinio A r r r r n . hnker. Snxni'liKIK'a' lioUKhtnml noliLMualrimia for
rtui;B—licnutiful [•vcrolhla rtigp mi'lo
Bridge nvenue, Tloil Haul.. Phono 1-1'JS.
nil oc.-aHions.
I'upiU fin- llieater [Innntiaiitl
W H E N YOU I1UY A BATTERY
minir rnrpfiilly IniiKht.
Aildvei» A r t h u r from your old cnrp«U BJH! tu«a,
th- best. WcstiiiithaURQ hnttcrioii {,
Ilov,.,-. Se.,.,,.1 « t n e t . lliimnon. N. X . plmno postal ft)r circular ami full p a r t i c u l a r ,
II Id
vnilii
Imnt.
Hdhrrt Honrh h n r n s . Hl'.'-M. rtnmjon.
Wtlrlteld Kuif ami Cnn>«t CJcnnlng Co.,,
> nn<l o t h .
,rl<
p [MlllCts.
J.
F U R N I T U R E 1 O H SALIC.
BDl Wch-lleU fllreet, Kruolilyn, N. V.
•
W. Siitplii'ti. errnir.mv, l m t t e r y nervicp,
e, Itiv.
Itiv(M.III<M1 o a k lii'ili-oord s u i t e , c o m p l e t e i v i l h
r r s i ' l o n v e n u e nnd \Vc.iL I'ronL
fltreet,'ltd!
Cil
Hi»nk.___
•
$U.'. : f.'"l>len o a k (liniilk- r n o n i H i i l t e . t n h l e ,
••""
T I T L E KXAMINERT ~
alili'lumril.
al.t i-lmii-n,
!-'• • e h l l . l ' i i
lilvli
AH tlia latest Improved fltcctrlo [inrlahW
l l f l t o r b e mi'p tlinn Htirry.
Hofnrn v o u c h a i r , c r i l i . t w o t i n » n i h ( n h i . c o p p e r w i t a h
b u y lvfil e s t a t e , h.> pure tn h a v e thn title* l i o i l e r . a e t o f M n . T n t f - ! i r o n a , n t a o o t h e r Slnuer Bowlnir ninclilnnfl, motor Mtu )i«il,
Trlrpllano
(•l'nri-lifil, nnd he »u re t <• »i>n W r m m W . t l i i l i K s : a l l v e r y r < - a a » l i n b l « .
Old mnchiiirn taken In eichnnua. (lash vt
Kii^'-, tit|i> cxfimiiirr. f l l y l i n ' * r e a l c n i n t o _lni!l-!t. lied Haul;.
lima ptiymentn. Hamntltchlrm do no v/h(]»
iioni 2, R n i l t t o r
b u i l d i n s , Jtci!
I.A11IF.S " W A N T E D '
k.
for c e n s u s wurk in U e d H a n k mid v i c i n i t y ; you wait «t fling«r Bhap. (ieares VVcfid*,
T»LNYEK IMANO I1ARGAIN.
iinl.t lie neat, refin-d nil'l plenHimt ronve-i'- Jr., B8«tH». 29 Monmnuth itr**', K*I
"IVrfoiM" liesiTihc-t c v r r y ilptnil of thift natioiinli.t.
Nn peltinit; e l r r l c n l o r anlea Dank.
pldwr.
Nut a liinr on Mie ninhOKiuiv enne.
T l i f j l i ' t i i m I* KlIHIMIltfi'tl. i:VM\ i i t h e l i n . ' f l 11,, •, t l i m e uh'iliir full d'elnlln. i 11 .• 1.., 1 i.. ,_• , ,'.
lieiience. sinKlo or ninri-icfl, niul iinlnry P V ,.•,
t-rmi.
Tustink'*".
"Pi-n
!r>nii;ht.
14
will tin c m u i i l r r r i l .
AildrnM CullM.iuniKiitli stroe-t, Kril fliink.
Another
o n e peeted
Tlia on!} 1 ntittf six room hmmea In ttn'i
tldeiilinl. d r a w e r M. liprl Ilnnli.
nt
'Xl.V
Ilnnk Helling ttir ^ , " 5 0 with l.*Ui, li&nE ttuft
HOOFING. ^
"HELLOM"
tunntilK
If ymi int.Miil I.) re-roiif or repnir with
reimlr ra'Mntorrt, miiddilariTn. honda, • lerlrln lli(lil«, Mwur cimini'llim,
Aitplmlt nliiwtlfi " r roll r.ii>nnir '«-<• im b.'- lamp,, .ind dr.
W i «••!! n wnlk nml " H o r Imttiinii n.DOO f«»t In u n i t
fi.r.' lmyim: OIUCWIIPIT.
UV nn> dent.-r^ in rnclinlnr for n !•'<
fur « t 4 . 5 » Hint
i<|.
h
'i II n
mil rmllnlcir t h a t limit f r e e w . \V«
h irh i' n i < l > - m i l l • •ml A- ilih:i It S i n
u l l , It .M.flnjr.
\\'«• ,. n n
h:\ If t l u* sell I'ireHtonu (in.I o t h e r liinltes of t l r . i .
Wiinlshiehln anil d o o r filanneii n flpoelnlly.
fit
' ninti'iiiil.
I'rict'f i an d <uuti |.h< •i fu:
lleasuniilili! prl.'en.
[Ceil Ilntllt Auto ItndlWe
tie!'i \ I T .
1,
I'll.
N i l LI'MII. 1 It oolin If
'ly M ™ ". Kwinif, K v V o u M i
ntor W o r k i . l t ; l W u t F r o n t a l r e c l . Hod
i i l ' l ilv e n . , 'j lit : 'o.ulh it i f•ul, ! ' » ' rtl i An
Hank, $livna 1171,
licit I>«,ik, pliona JSS7,
•-.
b
K. J., phone DO 7 .
WANTED.
Carpenter Work Wanted.
HOUSES AND FLATS.
RED
BANK GLASS WORKSi
$25 REWARD.
RED
BANK GLASS WORKS.
REETBANK LAND FOR SALE!
Living Room Suite For Sale.
^YOUNG GIRL WANTED]""
SAVE YOUR OLD CARPETS^
SEWING MACHINES.
READ THIS.
u
'I
RED BANK PEflTRTBtt. MAY 14, 1924.
Page Sixteen
pull up in a farmer's cornfield and NEW BERGEN PLACE HOUSE. A BARGAIN FOR THE
they are acting aolely for public Harry B. Hayei it Building If »
FARMER!
JOHN H. COOK, Editor and Publisher, welfare in seeking to kill every
an Inveitment.
Must move within the next two
crow
in
the
land.
GEORGE C. HANCE, Associate Editor.
LimeHarry B. Hayes of Branch ave- weeks K>0 tons pulverized
1
• • •
Business Manager:
nue, who is an electrician, is build- stone, finest quality, analysis guarTHOMAS IRVING BROWN.
Yet somehow the United States ing a house as an investmi'iit i>n anteed. Price $9.26 net ton in cloth
department of agriculture holds a one of his lots on the north side bags. Ca^li, on your truck at RockTelephones ;• -Red Bank I S .
Ited Bank 1300.
somewhat different idon. This de- of Bergen place, between Branch well avenue ilnrk, Lorn.; Branch,
partment of the government Is avenue and South street. Howard N. J. l!ai;s returnable @ 7c each,
Subscription Prlcoai
On. year
51.50 probably doing more good for the
Applogate & Son are the contrac- (:J."> to the ton) making the net
Btx months
Three months
country than any other. It is
tors. The house will be of theprice $7.50 per ton.
GIVEN BY
furthest
removed
from
politics
colonial
type, with weather hoard
133 Bergen Place,
Entered e t the poatoflko at Red Eank,
F. B. CURRIER
N. J.. as fieconfl-clajd matter.
nil the departments of the country enclosures and with six rooms, a
358
Rockwell
Avenue
Its sole aim is to help the Americai bathroom and a sun porch. Double
Red Bank, N. J.
Lonsr Branch, N. J.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1924. farmer and to help thereby all tlv floors will bo laid throughout and
Phone 726
rest of the people of the country the house will be provided with
steam heat and other modern im• * #
TALK.
Will
Build
.Your
Home, Storo, Gaprovements.
The department of agricultun
rage or Anything in tho Building
(Continued fmm page 1.)
seeks to help the farmer in man
Two New Red Bank Store!.
fVlonmouth County
Saturday of next week is "poppy vays. From getting lower freighi
Line, All Complete from Collar to
"day." The American legion and the ales for farm products down to de. The William A.. Truax estate is
Attic, Either Frame, Tile, Brick or
FARMS
auxiliary of the, American legion •ising the best method of killing having a building 45x100 feet conStucco Construction.
Village Homes
will Bell hand-mnrlc poppies for tlio abbage lice, it works along all line structed on its property on the
benefit of wounded and maimed for the farmer's welfare. It ha east side of Broad street at Red
Shoro Estates
Plan, and Specification! Furnlihod.
.World Avar veterans. Last year lade a study of all the birds of the Bank. The building will be divided
All Forms of INSURANCE!
more than ? 1,000 was raised by otintry. It has examined'the crop, into two stores. It will he enclosed
All Wprk Guaranteed.
STILLEV3AM
FARMS
ith concrete and it will be comtelling poppies at Red Bunk and vi-of thousands of birds of evory vari
era
S t a t e Highway
cinity, but part of the money had ety to learn which birds are thepleted about August 1st. Frank
BE SURE AND SEE ME BEFORB
EATONTOWN . . . U. 1.
to be sent to American Iepion head- most useful to farmers and house. Sc(ott is the contractor. ' The cost
BUILDING
i
quarters at Washington. This year holders, and which birds arc publi wifi be $35,000.
TAKE NOTICE.
all the money will stay right here, enemies.
No. 12620.
helping to maintain the soldiers'
TEEASURV DEPARTMENT, OFFICE oy
««««««»*• • » ' « • • • • • • • • • • • • • " • • " • • • • • « * • • » • * » * • • • • « * • * • «
*
*
*
COMPTROLtEIt
CUIIRENCY,
home at Toms Kivcr nnd helping
i a t o n ,OV
U. THE
0., April
1, 102
WBihinaton,
U. 0., April
1, 1024.
The crow is in neither of these
At Eight O'Clook,
HEREAS
By uatWnctory
evidence
pr«veterans in this locality who have
WHEREAS
idhaa b««n
«
•entod to By
thouatWnctor
Undersigned, it
divisions.
The
crow
docs
some,
harm
•been "sold out of luck."
m«da to fippcat that "Tho Notional Bank
to the farmer by pulling up come of
*nd Trust Company of Ited Bank" In
the Borough of lied,Bank, In thg County
* * *
his corn while- it is just coming
SOLOISTS W I L L INCLUDE:
of Monmouth and Stata of Now Jersey,
has compiled with all the provisions of
There is no need here to describe through the ground. Occasionally it
Red
Sank,
N.
I.
64
Broad
Street
tho Statute* of tho United Btatea, r e the very effective work which is bo-may eat young birds, but not often
Ettgerae Magee
Arthur C Belvour
quired to ha complied with before an
On
the
other
hand
the
crow
does
a
Rueoclation shall ba autliuiizcd t o com*
ing done at the Toms River soldiers'
menca the bun Incus of Uunkimr;
Lester Davis
Male Quartette
home for veterans.
Everyone great amount of good by the large
NOW THEREFORE, I, HENRY U.
0AWES, Comptroller of tho Currency, do
knows that this soldiers' home, so number of grubs, worms and harmhoroby certify thnt "Tho National Bank
ful
insects
which
it
eats.
far as it is possible to do so with the
tind Trust Company of Bed Bank" In th«
lloroufth cf Rod Bunk, in tho County of
limited funds at hand, is doing
Monmouth and State of Now Jcmey. is au'S
everything thnt humanly can he The department of agriculture
thorised to commence the bunlnosa of
Banking OB provided in Section Fifty-One
done for the poor fellows who are tells of the harm done by crows and
Hundred and euty-Nino of tho itevistd
living victims of the world war.
atatutoa of the United Htnton.
of the general welfare work done by
Conversion of Tho Red Bank Trust Comcrows, and in summing these things
* • *
pany, Red Hank, N. J .
In testimony whereof witness m y hand
Equally as well known are thoup it says:
nnd seal of offlco this first day of April,
facts concerning the work which has "From the evidence at hand the
1024,
(SEAL)
HENRY M. CAWES.
been done right here in this part of row's merits and shortcomings appear
about
equally
divided.
While
Comptroller of tho Currency.
Monmouth county for veterans
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ACCOUNT
it
would
be
unwise
to
give
it
absowhose .cases are not such as can be
Estate of Herman Solomon, Deceased.
Notice Is hereby Riven that tho ao>
handled at a soldiers'.home. These lute protection, and thus afford the
counts of the subscriber, ntiminfstratrlx of
farmer
no
recourse
when
the
bird
is
Koldierg need help Just as much as
the estate of ea!d deceased, will bo audited
Tickets
on
Sale
at
A.
B.
Chambers'
Pharmacy
or
by
Members,
and stated by the Surrogata of tlio Comity
the inmates of the home, but they doing damage, it would be equally
of Monmouth and reported "for nettiement
need it in a different way. Tlmnkg unwise to adopt the policy of killing
to the Orphans Court of (mid County, on
Thursday, tho twenty-ninth dny of May*
to various patriotic women and men every crow that comes within gunA. D. 1024, a t which time npnllcntioti will
they have been getting it. What shot,"
ba mada tor the allowance of commissions
and counsel fees.
* *•
»
has been done in tho past is a guarSPRING SCHEDULE
Doted April 10th, A. D. 1C24.
antee that whatever money is raised
The department of agriculture
HULDAH SOLOMON.
from the sale of poppies will be put declares it would be unwise to shoot
Effective April 19, 1924
to good use.
every crow that comes within gun(New York Time)
* • *
shot. Yet this is the very thing that
Also, it seems unnecessary to re-this powder company is not only adlate tho ehameful disregard which vocating but is offering prizes to
LEAVE BATTERY, N. Y.
the government is showing for itsbring about, And it is not only the
Unfortunate veterans.! The facts crow that is the object of this powWeekdays: 9:30 a. m., 5:30 p. m.
are well known. "No bonus for the der company's desire to kill. Many
Saturdays: 9:30 a- m., 2:00; 5:30 p. m.
able-bodied soldiers hut the best of other forms of life are included in
care and treatment for the wound. the list the powder company offers
Sundays: 9:30 a. m., 2:00, 5:30, 9:45 p. m.
«d and disabled," is the motto of prizes for killing. Some, of these
the national administration, but this birds and beasts which this powder
motto is only half true. There is company wants killed off are Bomo
LEAVE KEANSBURG
no bonus for the able-bodied. That of. the most attractive birds and
beasts
of.
country
communities.
part is true enough, but it is untrue
Weekdays: 7:00 a. m., 3:45 p. m.
AMERICAN FOOD NEWS
that there is the best of care and
* » *
We handle only the highest grade of butter. The name of it Is
Saturdays:
7:00 a. m., 12:00 m., 3:45 p. m.
|
treatment for the unfortunate. Ev- The crow is one of the most cheer"Cream of the Creameries"
Published in tho Intereit of
eryone knows that is untrue. This ful sights of our winters. When alGood Food
Sundays: 7:00 a. m., 12:00 m., 4:00, 8:00 p. m. I
is the duty of the povernment, but most every other variety of bird has
The laying it: "Wo Always Buy Good Meat at American Food Stores." Vol. 1, No. 85 May 14 Est. 1913
the present administration is fail- ought warmer climes, the crow reing in this duty, The outrageous mains as a familiar object. His
Read the
scandals and thegreat waste cf heerful call and his disports against
Follow Me If
public money in connection with the :he sky add attractiveness to many D0Q30O0OQ000O0D00000OQ000O0Q0GSeO0Q0000000O0O0e000O.
Food
Article
is
'Talker' You Please
purchase of sites for soldiers' hos- winter walk. In the summers his ^ ^ A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A
While I Tall^
pitals are known to everyone. What lofty nest, in the top of a pine or
should have been the first duty of ther tall tree, gives delight during
About a
THESE ARE OUR WEEK-END MEAT PRICES
the government to the wounded and he whole time of Its construction
New Tea
disabled soldiers was made into an and during the raising of the young,
The new tea la
orgy of profligacy and plunder, with
Nearby Fresh Killed
one who has ever read Erneat
called DINING
the result thnt veterans to get help Seton-Thompson's stories of the
Rib
Veal
ROOM
TEA.
Fricassee
must depend largely on private crow and his antics, and who has
Vory
approChops
.
charity.
priately named,
Chickens . . . .
himself watched a crow during his
we tWnk.
* * *
maneuvers, would ever want the
At ony rate, tho
It is a fine thing that so large a 'crow annihilated. The actual, good
thing thnt Internumber of people are willing and he does, says the department of
ests you is not
Smoked Cala
lb Leg Milk-Fed
ready to take up this work which agriculture, equals any harm he may
lb so much the THE TAI.KER
the government shirks. Card par- do; and in addition to this his exHams
name as the Mnd
Veal . . . . . .
ties and other social functions are termination would rob the countryof tea BACK of thnt name.
held to help raise money for this side of one of its charms.
We are changeable peoplo in our
purpose. Much money is contributed
drinking tastes. It used to be greon
* •*
tea, then it wn3 mixed, nftor thnt
directly to aid disabled veterans and The campaign against, the crow
Long Island
Eneli8h Breakfast, nnd then Fofto send to hospitals victims of thewill result in the indiscriminate
\b Swift's Dixie
mosa.
war who had applied in vain to theslaughter of many of the protected
Ducks . . .
Bacon . . . .
Now it is Ceylon. So Dining Kcom
government. These things are notbirds which are eminently useful to
Tea Is Ceylon tea with a little Java
isolated or rare, but are quite the mankind. Everyone knows the tento
tono down tho strong Ceylon
ordinary run of affairs in connec- dency of gunners, particularly
flavor.
tion with T.eedy and injured vet- young gunners, to blaze away tit
To bo perfectly candid with yon, in
Cream of the;
erans. Moreover, we see the sol-every form of life which comes
selecting the grades, wo solected
diers' home at Toms River main- within their view. This campaign
superior
QUALITY, otherwise, how
Creameries
tained by individual efforts', with- against crows, kingfishers, woodcould we expect you to uao Dining
out help from the government.
Room Ten.
chucks, water snakes and other birds
Tub
Therefore, tho four words in that
* » *
and animals, will take to the fields
last paragraph will malto Dining
It is up to the common, ordinary men nnd boys ready to shoot at
BUTTER
Room Tea a success. The words
people to shew that the neglect of every moving thing they see, They
ara "wo selected superior quality."
will
feel
a
sence
of
safety
in
killing
the government for its defenders is
3<&-tb cartons 1 9 c
In ThU Coffco Wo Featuro Flavor. lb
not representative of them. They all varieties of birds, for unless the
rnn show this on "poppy Any," a ' s i dead birds are found in their posses- I Room 14, Phone 998
Eisner Building
sion they will claim that crows wera
they have shown it on other
sions. Decoration day will follow ! the only birds shot at.
Your Uncle Tom Broom is a thing of beauty and a joy for one year
closely on "poppy day" and the fine
sentiment, of decorating veterans'
There is still one other baleful efgraves will he carried through. It fect which this campaign against
is a most worthy sentiment to de-crows will foster. It will increase,
New Florida
Our Good
Salt Breakfast
Lifebuoy
velop and eneournpe, hut if v.'c owe the desire for slaughtering the birds
Potatoes
this to the dead we owe much more and animals of the wildwood. I t
Tomatoes
Mackerel
Soap
to the living.
] will tend to remove the restraint
hich for the past generation has
No. 2 can J 0
each 1 0 C
e
The women who will carry been growing among the youth of
through the "poppy day" program the land against indiscriminate, killas the cannon fires at the High Prices!
have mudp 12,000 poppies. Here's ing of wild birds. It will tend to
hoping thid they haven't made take from them that love of Vhe wild
3-Tb bottle
Parson's
Buy Direct from Manufacturers, the $18.00 and
enough; that Inni* before the sunwhich should be one of the greatest
Shrimp
Eagle
sets on Saturday, May :Mth, all ofjoys of a growing boy's life! It will
$25.00
House.
Table Salt
Ammonia
those 11»,()()(» poppies will lie fiolrl;tend to implant instead a lovo of deLobster
For Shrimp Salad
nuri that folks will continue to keep struction and a sentiment that every
bot
right on buying poppies even though wild thing is but created for the
No. Vz can
can
sport of killing. And this sentiment
there in none Io deliver.
will be carried through life.
« •*
o-o-o-o-oLibby's
Dining Room
Fletcher's
Crab Meat
The gun powder company, of
A powder conspjiny has started
an international crow shooting con- course, has probably never onco
We have this power because we manufacture
Dill Pickles
Rice
Castoria
For Crab Salad
test. 'All of a r,uilde.n the powder thought that starting this campaign
our own clothes on a large scale.
company has apparently realized against the crows and other livinij
can
1-lb carton | J
can
that crows lire dangerous and harm- creatures might increase tho Bale of.
ful liirds and thnt it is the duty of gunpowder. I t is uo doubt acting
We
open
our
factoiy
to
inspection
of
all
visitors
the powder company to employ ex- purely and solely to uplift mankind.
who would be interested in the making of good
traordinary measures to kill them No such mercenary idea as increasing the sale of its gunpowder could
off.
garments.
ever have entered the minds of th»s
members or officers of the company.
No one for a moment believesBut tlicro nro ninny people who
that thin crow extermination scheme will regret the immediate effects of
id n device, of the powder company mich a campaign, and will still moreIrlonmnuth Countyr SurroBRta'fl
to Hell more gun powder. (iun (strongly regret its future effect on
Monmouth County Surrogated Office.
e s pffic».
ffie.
heroliy erlvm to the c Mill torn of •aid d«deceased, notice
In tin- mntttw of tin cflUt< of Clirlstlno cenntM M exhibit to tlie nubicriber, ad- In the matter of tho estaU of Qarnutl
powdor iiianufat'turevR nre hi^li- the hcnrtu and minds of tho growing
thfl oretHtoM of netil deceafleil to vxhlbl*
M. JJwy
ministrator n* nforennM, the del.U and ile- Heller, deceoietl.
the •ubnorihor, inlenlnltiiniu ,\ wi,., . .,
Notion
I
t
roiilUi
inlmU'd men who have no bnfso nio- generation.
to present olnlms nmn<l>i fli:nin*t the nnM estate, under ontli, Niitlce to creditors t o E result claims to
Annexed an iifnreiinid, tlnir dHit* »inl <I«
KKnimt
within nix months from the diilo of the
tlvo in »tnrtlnf{ thin crow extermijnati'la aK«irut tha nnld cntnlo, under oath
nunlnst cstntB.
I'urtimnt tn tho order of Joseph I*. I)on- nr<>r<-»nkl order, or they wilt he forever
I'lirouant to the order of Jos«pt> L, Pon- within iix montln frnni tho tin (a of th|
shay, flim.a:nh; u( the cimtity uf M"«i-lmrr*<l nf their AVIIDIII th«rcfur ouniust
nation rnmpnign. Their hearts lire
VISITORS WELCOMED
Call on Lulce Longhead for any
almy, Biirinifata of tlia Oiitlnt/ of Jitjil- ftfureoalit orel«r, or , thny will ha forevrj
mitiith, IIIHII«? on tha fifteenth ii»y of Msrrh. tho Anil ni>l><H:rlt>tM-,
no doubLvvruuR with mi|;uish over cort of want. Hje specializes in all
of thefr notions thui efur against
1924, on flu- nppllrAtlon of John A. I)«- Unlnl Frechuld, N. J.. March lBth, 1(»^4. mouth, rnndo on the fourth day of April, bnireit
H'lM, an the application of Lena Itellor, tho »ald»siit»«crll)cr.
Kf'dif. iMlmiiilKtrntnr of the «ntntit of
tha eoraAvlikb) ciuws occasionally Jiinds.—rAdvertisemcnt,
.
JUliH A. n*B()CIIK,
^
fidniinfnlratrlx wltli nuncujmtive will nnDated freehold. N. J..An r 1 1 4th. 1024
THE RED BANK REGISTER.
CONTRACTOR
-andBUILDER
Nort
Club
M&~*-&
At the Red Bank High School
To reduce our stock, we are offering for the month of May 20 per
cent on all Electric lighting Fixtures. We have the largest stock
in Monmouth county to select from.
Sti®w Under the Direction of HARItY C. STEWART
New York and Keansburg
KEANSBURG STEAMBOAT CO.s
pp
The New American Dining Room Tea
m
Grand Stand and Board Fence at Oriole
Field, Newman Springs Road, Red Bank.
Oonsiting of 2x4, 2x6, 2x8 and 2x10;
roofing boards, cedar posts, wire, etc.
43c »
41c
Ife
3 cakes ft
$25.00
Suits Elsewhere
Suits Elsewhere
$30.00
$45.00
8c
25c
j 60 White St.
20c
tot 28c
Red Bank, N. J.
Chriitine Al, JEJwyer, deceased, notice U
I
20c
neAetl of lha 9»Ut« ei fiamtiel Heller,
43c
RED BANK REGISTER, MAY 14,1984.
STREET NOT YET OPEN.
theater, is not regularly employed
MILLINERY PARLOR
in that position, but the frequently 3hr*w>t>urir Townihlp Committal
I am in my new place with a fine
Miss Margaret King of P a t u n o n substitutes as her service* are d«Psltponai Action on Road Matter. selection of trimmed hats at low
avenue, a member of the Red Bank sired.
prices. My new addre.3 is 14 Broad
Page Seventeen
PERSONALS.
high school typewriting taam that
•won tha county conteat laat week,
•was highest among her claesmates
nnd wc« second in the entire contest. She received a silver medal.
MisB Edith C. Sohouten and Miss
Gladys Tickborna of Mount Vornon
recently visited Misa Schouten's
al8tor, Mra. h. C. Vanlnwegen of
Monmouth street. Miss Schouten
•was taken nick with a severe cold
and she has not been able to return to her duties at Mount Vornon.
Mrs. Fred Frlvold of Eiversido
avenue, who has been confined to
the house with rheumatism, is im!proving.
, Elmer Mitchell, a carrier at the
Red Bank postofflce, is enjoying a
ten days' vacation.
Thomas Gerrity of Philadelphia
epent Saturday and Sunday with
.Mr. and Mrs. Charles LeMaiotre of
Sunset avenuo.
Robert Fox of Hudaon avenue
has bought a new Ford sedan,
Mrs. James Clayton -of Irving
place gave birth to a son Saturday.
The baby has been named James
Ludlow Clayton. Mr. Clayton Is a
Member of the new clothing firm of
Clayton & Magee.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred AnRloman of
Girard, Ohio, are spending several
Mays with Mr. Angleman's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. William Anglemon of
Linden place.
Miss Beatrice Mulltn of Wallace
street was taken to the fconf? Branch
'hospital yesterday for an operation
for appendicitis,
Mlas Marion Leddy of Prospect
avenue has given up her position
; at the Unltod States stores company's store, formerly the New Jersey food company, whero she had
been, employed the past five years,
and Is now employed at tho Hintelmann market at Rumson.
Miss May Warden of Washington
street is visiting relatives at Glondola.
Howard Applegate of East Front
street' is confined to tho bed with
sickness.
Fred Ayren of tho Newman
Springs road, who is employed by
tho Eureka vacuum cleaning company, liaa been promoted to tho
position of assistant district manager. HIB territory includes Red
Bank, Highlands, Keyport and Freehold.
Edward O'Brien, son of William
I O'Brien of West Front street, Is
making good as manager of tho
' Providence, Rhode Island, branch
i of tho Remington cash, register
company. Ho is in charge of a
corps of salosmen in Rhode Island
and Connecticut and in u recent
, sales contest his branch had tha
highest percentage of increase in
sales.
Harry Campbell, president of the
Broad street national bank, and
Daniel S. Ely of Holmdel attended
the convention of the New Jersey
. stato bankers' association last week
at Atlantia City.
Mrs. Harry Curtis of Raselle
Park has been visiting Mrs. W. J.
Wolfert of Broad street. Mr«. Curtis, who was a former resident of
Red Bank, will move back to Red
Bank soon.
Mrs. William Mustoe of Oakland
street has returned home from tho
Spring Lake hospital, whero she
wan a surgical patient. She is
f> steadily improving.
Bronson Power of Monmouth
street will graduate next month
from Holy " iss college in Mass'
achusetts.
Harold J. Reynolds, of Spring
street has bought a new Buick
touring car.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Willis of
t Enstsido park and Miss Florence
Darcy of New York spont Sunday
.with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Asay of
Atlantic Highlands, Mrs. Asay and
son Donald spent Thursday with
friondo at Red Bank.
In addition to the delegates from
the Red Bank Womali's club named
In Tho Register last week as at( tending the annual session of tho
stato federation of women's clubs
at Atlantic City, Mrs. Morgan V.
Disbrow, Mrs. John H. Patterson
and Miss Kate Bucklin attended the
session! Miss Bucklin is president of
the junior "department of the Woman's club. Mrs. John J. Loonrird
was elected a delegate to the na* tionnl convention of women's clubs
at Los Angoles next month.
B. C. Sncdekor of St. Petersburg
Florida, who Is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Everett Smith of Fair
Haven, mado a call nt Tho Register
office Monday. Mr. Snodekor has
boen a subscriber to Tho Register
many years and ho said that ho did
not foel his visit North was complete without dropping in to see
tho Register folks.
William Hanco, Jr., of Upper
Broad street is very sick.
Miss Margaret Ryan of Oaklnnd
streot, who underwent an operation
for appendicitis a fow weeks ago,
has recovered and she hna rcsumod
her duties as bopkkooper nt tho office of Anderson Bros.
Mrs. Martin J. Dougherty and
daughter Virginia of Rod Bank
have returned from
Atlanta,
Georgia, after having spent two
months with Mr. and Mrs, Fred
Cornstock, formerly of Red Rank.
Mr. and Mrs. Willlnm CJrcenberger of New York npent Saturday
and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Berkowitz of Linden place.
Harry Belgrade and his dnughtors Sarah nrid Yottn of Wimt Front
street spent Sunday with friends
nt Baltimore.
Mrs. Hosford Brnckclt of Elm
plnce gavo birth to n son Friday
at thn Knickerbocker hospital nt
New York.
Mi«B Minnie Dunbnr of West
Front street, who has boon reported
as being the jiianiot at tho Strand
Church Nowi.
The annual harvest home supper
of the Reformed church will be held
at the church Thursday evening,
September 11th.
Mra. C. P . Wennig's Sundayschool class of the Presbyterian
church cleared $20 at a cake sale
Saturday at Storcks store
on
Broad street.
The sermon topic ot the junior
icrvlce next Sunday morning at the
Baptist church will be "Flowers,"
At tho general scrvico Rev. Georga
K. Allen will preach on "Work, Laborers and I.OVP." Franklin Grav
will lead the young people's service Sunday evening. A t half-past
seven o'clock there will bo a song
scrvico and sermon. The subject
will be "Tim •• Prieathood of AH
True Believers."
The women's sewing circle of
the PreBbyterinn church will hold
a food and apron snle on Friday
afternoon of this week from three
to half-past five o'clock in tho vacant store on Broad etrect adjoining tho Candy Kitchen.
Mrs. Grace King will sing a solo
at tho Methodist church Sunday,
morning and Rev. .W. Holland
Raver will preach on "Spirit Leading." Myntic Brotherhood lodgo of
Muaons will attend the service at
night and a special sermon will bo
preached. Officers o f . t h o Eastern
Star lodgo of women will act as
ushers. There will bo special music
by Mra. J. J. Willoy, tho organist,
th*1 church quartette, the Masonic
quartette and tho chorus choir.
*»_«-«»—-——
SEEK MISSING HEIR,
The matter of opening the southern end of Shrewsbury avenue, in street, over Lsfetra's grocery store,
Shrewsbury township, from Syca- one flight up.
MRS. S. LOHMAN
more avenue to the Btate highway
along the former trolley route,
was discuBBod at great length by the
ihrewsbury township committee laat
Thursday, but no action was taken.
Tho matter will be taken up again
64 Broad St., Red Bank, N. J.
it the next committee meeting on
Thursday, June 11th. A petition
was received with more than 100
signatures in favor of opening the a Services Sunrf.y 11:10 A. M , 8:10 A
road. Questions of a very involved g P. M. Sund.y-school— 0:36 A. M. g
Room—Wednesday*
ind
legal nature are intertwined in the
M««tinB»—8:10
P. M.
R
from 2:30
to, 4:30 F. M.
proposed oponlng of the road and 0 He.iHntr
Room—Wednesday*
ind K
;ho committcemen considered it A Sundays
. The public
from ii2:30eordlillr
to, 4:30Invited
F. M. to p
visit tlio Reading Xtoom stld t o ' t h e
best to give more thought to the
Services:
matter. The legal questions chiefly
concern a bankrupt Bale of two
yoar3 ago when the interests of the
Monmouth county electric company
Phone Rod Bank 1121.
In the road wera disposed of to
Charles H. Hurley and Christian
Broderson. Originally this/part of
Shrewsbury avenue was part of
lharles M. Pattcraon'.'i farm. He
Associate this firm with
wants tho road ro-opencd. It has
been closed several weeks.
durable work, at low cost.
| Christian Science Society I
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them from Monmouth county. At
Allenwood 48 patients were under
treatment for tuberculosis. Other
visits wero made at tho Spring Lake
hospital, where G5 patients were
registered, nt Asbury Park and at
the Long Branch hospital, whero
105 patients were being treated.
OF
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
At the Corner of Monmouth and West Streets
Near the Station
(
June 14th to June 21st, Inclusive
REUSSILLE'S EMGA®EflENT RINGS
GARDEN
V Sold In any quantity to Farm>*< ers,Markot Gardeners and for
[•{ Family Gardens.
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$ Atway* Satisfied Customers.
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WELLER'S
& 7 Broad St., Red Bank, N. I .
$50
$75
$100
WE OFFER SINCERE PERSONAL HELP IN THE SELECTION OF ENGAGEMENT RINGS
OTHERS FROE^ $135 TO $700
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MAX CLOTH
PAINTING
PAPER HANGING
and PLASTERING
REUSSiLLE'S
MONMOUTH'S
LEADING JEWELER
Est. 1886
56 Washington Street
Phone 173-J
Card of Thanks.
By this method I desire to thank
my many friends for flowers, fruit,
kind words of sympathy nnd other
deeds of kindness extended to me
duririg my recent accident.
Mrs. George Curtis,
Little Silver, N. J.
—Advertisement.
HAVE YOU
Headache?
Do your Eye* burn or itch?
Do thty leal tired or • trained?
If •», have your oyea ouuninad]
your lUuas may need a chango.
4 1b Size
TUSTING'S
The
Steinway
The House of Quality
14 Monmouth Street, Red Bank
Philadelphia Eye Specialist.
5 2nd National Bank Bldg, Room 18
5 Every Wednesday Hours 1 to 3 p.BL
Chuck
Roast
Milk-Fed
Fresh or Smoked
Lb.
4-8 Size
I2c
16c
Shoulder
41c Veal, 18c
Breast
Veal
Lb
Lb
Some Butter!
Sugar Cured
Skinned Ham
Lb
It's the Best
Milk-Fed
In 1-4 Prints
Butter,
The Grand
the Piano for the
Home
In this day of the Small Grand Piano it is quite unnecessary to'
substitute the Upright for the Grand because your home is small
and the space for a piano limited.
Price
Very Special
Boned to Stuff
Whole or Half
Sugar Cured
j g c Sfrip Bacon
Whole or Half
jgc
GET THE'BEST—BUY iNI WAGNER'S
Above Specials for Monmouth County Only.
Wagner Market Co
General Contractors and
Bu.Id»M.
233 Shrewsbury Avo.,
RED BANK.
[These small Grands are built especially to meet the requirements
of the small home or apartment. They require no more space
than .the ordinary Upright ye'J> they possess the tone, quality of
construction and distinctive appearance of the world's famous
Grand types.
In the field of the Small Grand you have your choice of several
instruments of exceptional value. There is the Harrington,
,a popular-rpriced version of the Hardman, official piano of the
Metropolitan Opera House; the Ivers.& Pond, the well-known,
Boston make; the Bond, made by the Packard Company, long
noted for the high excellence of their instruments, and the
Brambach, the smallest of all Small Grands, measuring only 4
feet 8 inches and manufactured by a concern which is now in its
one hundred and first year of Grand piano making.
Drop in and have a piano talk with us. If you have an old piano
or phonograph, we will accept it in part payment on the price
of the new one.
TUS TING'S
14 Monmouth Street
RED BANK
609 Mattiion Avenuo
ASBURY PARK
SHERIFF'S SALE.
By virtue of a writ of fl. ia. to ra« dU
rtcted, iosu«d out of tho Monmouth County,
Circuit Cnurt of the state of N*w J i r i e y ,
will be exposed to Bale at public vendua on
Monday, the ninth day of l June, iD24»
Uatween tho hours of 12 o clocfc and S
o'clock (at 2 o'clock daylight savins ttmfl),
in the afternoon of eaid day. at the Court
House, in the Borough of Freehold. County
of Monmouth, New Jersey, to eatUfy a
judgment of suit. Court .amounting t« WP"
proximatcly Si.52").00.
All the defendant's right, title ond in«
ttreat in unit to the following;
All that certain lot. tr/ict cr 'pftrcfll of
land ami promises hereinafter particularly
described, situate, lyint' and being in the
Borough of Bed Bank, in the County tt
Monmouth and State of New Jersey. Beginning on the north olde of Monmouth
Street, at the southwest corner of thd land
of Corliea W. Thompson; thence (1) north*
one hundred and seventeen fact alone the
\Tcat line of Thompson's In nil to tho land
of William E. Venable; thanee (2) westwantly, along tho southerly Una of V«n»
able'3 lanil flfty'fect to a corner atono
standing in the east jine of laid Vcna>b)«'t
land; thence (3) south, along the easterly
line of Biiid' Venable'c, land one hundred and
no v en teen feet to tho northerly Una of
Mumnouth Street; thence (4) easterly,
nlon^f the northerly line of Monmouth
Street to the place of betrinnlnir, fifty feet.
UeinK intended to be' fifty feet wide front
nnd rear, one hundred and leventeen. feet
deep.
Being tha iam< ptemlies aoirrtyea t*
Sylvester Scutclliiro by deed of . Nathin
Cahcn, by deed tinted Oct. 14, 1022. and
recorded in the Monmouth County Clark's
O01c?, in Book 1139, pag« 168.
" Seized fl« the property of Sylvester Bctl»
teltaro, taken in execution at the stilt of
Joseph Friodfacnr. Abrom Frlcdbertr. Louii
Tricdbern and Alexander Frledberg, parU
nora trading as the New Brunswick Cor*
nice 'Works, end to b« iold by
JOHN H. VAN MATER, flhtriff,
Dnted May 7, 132«.
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Edmund A. Hoycn, Attorney.<4fi lines—$18.Off.V
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Quality Beef
Roasting'
CMckens9
BENNETT BROS.*
Telephone. 427-J
I STILES &c CO.
I
Sold at Lowest Prices
i RICE OI» BLOCKS.
Plain block*
IS*
lUlt
12a
Rock face
21a
Half
18a
Endi
,.,£»Q
Chimney block
;
65a
Sand, per ton
18.00
Gravel, per ton
»*,00
Sida Walk and Curbing dona at Lowest
Prices.
RED BANK, N. J.
38 BROAD STREET
Estimates Cheerfully Given
IN.MEMORIAM.
Loving1 memory of a faithful wife anil
devoted mother, who departed from this
univcrno May 12. 1921.
,
Edwnril Hoey and Family.
IN MEMORIAM
of Edmund Wilpmi.
A wonderful Bout
gona on. who will always be missed and
remembered.
A Friend.
Cement, Sand
and Gravel
WE HAVE JUST MOUNTED, WITH EXTREME CARE, IN THE VERY
CHOICEST STYLES OF THE DAY, MANY NEW DIAMOND RINGS, AT
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If better meat was sold it would be sold in Wagner's.
Big Specials in4nest quality milk-fed Poultry and
Veal.
X
Cala
Hams
ALL READY (or your
neetlt with modern equip*
ment, expert handlers.
Bo sure of service at
lowest ratoi, nrr
with ui now.
THE H. SMITH CO.,
Fair Haven
New Jersey
An Address Made and Four New
Members Received Monday Night.
At a meeting of the Red Bank
Presbyterian brotherhood Monday
night Rev. Andrew Uichards, pastor of tho Presbyterian church of
Belmar, gave- a talk on "A Hoy ia
sure to Follow the Footsteps of His
Father." Rutherford W. Woodhead, Harry II. Suttpn, D. H. Steiner and George D. Stevens were received as new members of the organization.
Next Monday night the extension
committee of tho brotherhood will
visit the Presbyterian brotherhood
of Elizabeth to help stimulate the
activities of that organization.
The Red Bank brotherhood wiU
hold its thirteenth annual banquet
in tho social hall of the church Friday night of next week at half-past
six o'clock. Glenn Frank, editor of
the Century magazine gf New York,
Rev. William T. Hansche, pastor of
the Prospect street Presbyterian
church of Trenton, and other
speakers will make addresses. An
orchestra will provide music.
Weekly Veek-End Specials!
fed
Red Bank, N. J.
Phono 1415 Had Bunk
Red Bank, N. J.
Wagner
lilk
Exper!ene«d In all bra..ch«e
Estimates Furnished
14 WORTHLEY STREET
BROTHERHOOD MEETING.
One of O. H. Brnun'i Nephawi not
Heard from in Savaral Y e a n .
Search is being mado for Arthur
Robinson, one of the nephews of
the late Oliver H. Brown of Spring
Lake, who was bequeathed a share
in the estate nnd who has not been
hoard from in sixteon years. Mr.
Robinson is a son of Harry Robin
of Trenton and was born in
Red Bank in 1880. After completing his schooling he worked for a
time for Armour and company,
Later he took a job ns salesman for
Swift and company and covered the
Long Branch territory. A year af.
tcr returning to Monmouth county
Call on Luke Longhead for any
he mysteriously disappeared. About
five years ago he was seen In Phila- sort of want. He specializes in all
kinds.—Advertisement.
delphia but has not been heard from
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Hospitals Impeded.
The board of freeholders on Monday inspected all tho hospitals in the
county. The first atop waa nt the
Farmingdalo prevontorium, where
there are 126 children, eight of
P
SECOND ANNUAL FAIR
Andrew J. Hill
Paper Hanging
Painting and
Decorating
Broadway i t Third Aranu*
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LONG BRANCH
SHERIFF'S SALE.
By virtue of a writ of fl. fa. to ma dlrt-'ctcd,
issued
out
of
the
Court
of
Chancery
of
New
Jersey.
will
be exposed to aulo at public vendue ott
Monday, the ninth day of June, 18Z4.
between the houra of 12 o'clock and S
o'clock (at 2 o'clock daylight saving time),
in the afternoon of pnlil dny, lit the Court
House, in tho U«iroii£h of Freehold, County
ot Monmouth, New Jersey,, to nntlafy a
decree of Moid Court nmounUns to approxU
matcly S2.717.OO.
All that certnin house and • t o w , tnS
that certnin tract »ir unreel of land »n4
l't*.jmMe9 lioreinaftpr pnrtfcuinrty* described
.iHimte. lyinc an«i Winir in the Rorough ot
Highlands, in the County of Monraouth
nnd State of New Jersey. Felnc lot num1"M- ono hum)red and' twenty-eight (No«
\'Zt) on the "Mnp of Huildimr Lot* at
..' uvsink Hinhiands, in tha Borouirh of
' -hliinilfl, Nrw Jcr.-^y, Kay & Cornwall
.•.M, KflYlncri Jaii, li, lOnn;" Ht-plnnlnfj
a r<>inf/in tho ooutluvetterly 0H0 of BBV
•iMitifi
distant fnrty-flve feet flouthrnsi of
1
<> curlier of PRM avenua and Went Nortl\
n e t : and frnm thence runntntr <1> aouth-.
i ' t f f l y aloni tho Swnrtis lot one hundred
nn.l fifty feet to Hillside Avenue; thane*
12) southeasterly, elans Hillside Avanun
f.trty feet to lot number one hundred «nd
itwpnty-nine (No. 123); thence (3) north*
easterly, ntnnc: s/ilil Int No. 120. f>no hun*
ilrrd and flfty f'^i to t}.« nald H»y Av*-.
nue; thence ( i ) northweiitcrly, nlonpt Bay
Avenua forty feet to tha place of bcflaiiinir.
Seised R9 the property of Fannla 0l(ff->
fried, et aln, talten in execution nt tha nuit
of The Urnnd Ktreet Nntlonn! Tljnk of Rot|
nank (I N«w Jersey, n Nutlrmnl D»nkin0 cor*
poration, and tr> br> (iold by
JOHN H. VANMATER, Shtrlff,
Dated May it, 1324.
Alston Ilevkmnn, SnllcttnT.
(jl
SlfiSfli
Monmouth County Surrogato'* Of3c»,
In tha nmtt*r of tha cutftti of O«or«4
Ifcllmer. dnconHrd.
Notice to creditor* to ijriiirnt olalmfl
, nnflinat «slMf.
pursuant to tho ord-r nt J.ni-pl. T-. Tlonnh«y. •iirronntn of thu county of Noil*
mouth, made on thn tonth <!n/ <if M«y,
1!)!4, on tlip iit>[)l!^fi(l(it, of rreohold Truit
O inn puny ( hoilv coriiornti-), O'ltnltiUtratne
of tiio ofilrUn *.T (.i-oruo l[pllni«r, (tfcaticd,
notice Is hcri'liy ttivt'ii In thn rreilltori ftf
nndl decennfrd to tnhlliit ti> Mir «ul»,cr.t>er.
i.dmlnUtnit'ir ' ^ nf<ir<-n»j.!, tholr d*ht*
titul dpinmuia naithiKt (he (mid eitate, Und«p
oath, within nix month-* (mm th" ittiU of
thn nf-trsmiid r.rder. or they will Im Tnuret
barred of tlirtr nrtin'riB thcrofnr itKnlnat frbf
*»ia «nincri!'<?r.
. Dated l-'r^ehftltl. N. J.. Mftf : 10tii. 10*1*
„ __ ntF,Kirot,l> TH1IST < °MI».\NY
Monmauilt County Snrro«AlB*« Ofnet,
In tlm inuttiM- "f thn catato of Juhn If*
l
cr.'itllu
to
pr^iont
* l'uratmnt tn tho n n W of Jn«e[in I.. T)ftH»
llhay, BUrroB.t" if t]|« fnmily tit tAtiti*
iniMith, mail, on ll.n l.iitli ilny ,,l M
U>24, an ths a[ipll''.lt(ni ot 'I'ho M fl
Nnllonll Ilmik at l!r,l ||,n,l<, ,,,'nrn
tur
Will)
Will
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(..(lilli'll
A l l l K I H t H l . fit
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p . U l . ut Jolm II. 1'IIII,...I.«IIII, ,K-tn •
ii.,li,.» I. lienhv ulvmi tn till erullltiiri t,l
Bulil ik-;«»«.'.l t " ndillilt In llm »uli«c,|lni',
ailmlnlnlrAtor, «tn., ft. Aforti.aM, lit.If fteht9
nnd ilnriianilit aKnltini tliq unlit 9ntatfl, Hf)ff««
.,.11,. wllhln »U month- li-nril Ilia huts nt
the afnraialrl niilrr, nr Ihn^ will h i fomaf.
l,»rrtil nr tn.lr aelluna Ihartftir «B»lnit tll«
,»|.i •ubseillxr.
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RED BANK REGISTER, MAY 14, 1924.
Page Eighteen
SEAfeRIGHT NEWS.
high school auditorium Thursday,
.May :.".'(h.
Chamber
of Comm«rc« Bujri Old
Kx-M;iyor William E . Warn is
Bank Proporty.
critically
ill
at
his
homo
on
l'irs
DR. J. E. D. SILCOX BUILDING
The Seabright and Rumaon
ttrei't.
A NEW BULKHEAD.
Mrs. E. J. Damoji and daughter chamber of commerce has bought
Aabury Mount Building New House Winifred of N i w York are spend the old First national bank building
on Broad Street—Boy Drives ing M-viTal months with Mr. and property on Ocean avenue for
$0,000. The building is two stories
Car with no Licenae and He and.Mr-. Harry M. Kentell.
.Mr. anil Mrs. Klmer Z. Dolso high.
Grandmother Each Fined.
Misa Lavinia Wharton and Miss
Dr. J. E. D. Silcox is having his ha\e rented the Deiincrly house on
bulkhead, which was taken uut by Church !-tici't and will occupy it Alice Ryan have returned from n
two weeks' vacation with relatives i
a storm in March, replaced, lie the iirst of June.
Mrs". James I . Coote of Hudson and friends at New York,
suffered a loss of ahuut $1,500 by
Miss May Cavanaugh has been
»T<t; the storm, a ]ar£e quantity of X. V., \\a:. the recent guest of Mr
spending a two weeks' vacation in
dirt having been washed out o£ hisam! Mr.;, llurace S. liurrowos.
New
York state.
Mi.-.i Lula Wood of New York
property.
Asbury Mount is having a nr.v was tlu- KUt':-'* last week of Dr. and Miss G. Anderson of Lakewood is
isiting her brother, Orville Andcrhouse built for his own occupancy .Mis. Ohadiah C. liogardus.
- !
.Miss Jl:innnh llailcy is spending on.
on Broad street. The house wi'l
Sander Anderson, who is working
have six rooms and a bath ami will M'UTHI months with her sister a t
at the Highlands railroad station,
Charleston, S. C.
be erected by Dallas G. Younjr.
.Mrs. Irving Kmork of Red Bank will be transferred next week to the
James Wallace, thirteen years
old, was arrested Saturday for was the guest last week of her Seabright station.
Twin daughters were born last
driving the auto of his grand- parent.., -Mr. and Mrs. William
week to Mrs. James White. Mrs.
mother, Mrs. James W. Wallace, Hoffman.
.Mrs". Annie Britton and Miss White was formerly Miss Henrietta
without a license. Justice Curriu
fined both young Wallace and hisLj'iiia A. Iirink are spending the Johnson,
week ."it Washington, E- C.
grandmother $!25 each.
The Register's motto—"A paper
John I'osRTuve made a trip to
William C. Anderson*, son of J.
in every home."—Advertisement.
Carlo Anderson, lias been nuiilu Scraiifn, I\i., last week.
F.rm-.-t Walling has a new Buick
editor-in-chief of the Chanticleer,
the monthly publication of Kutgcrs touring car.
J
^ b i and Arthur Parry have
college.
Twenty-three teachers of the jmovi'il t" Svrantoii, Pennsylvania.
The Ku Klux Klan has been
Keyport public school have signc"
A SALZ & CO., Red Bank
contracts to teach again next year. active tl;c p ^ t week in burning
The annual May crowning of th. crosses in various sections of the
Blessed Virgin Mary will be held borough.
Sunday night, May 25th, at St. Jo- Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sherry
seph's church. Miss Dorothy Haley have ; Imuglit a new Ford sen«n.
Mi: M-s Neliie and Liz/.ie Folan
of Matawan will place the cro'.vii
on the statue of the Virgin. The have each bought a lot from Garceremony jjhvay.s attracts a lar^-i* ret P. Jones on the Cross tract.
Ladies'
night
was observed
gathering, including members of
other churches as 'well as Catholics, Thursday night by the Men's clu\>
of
the
Reformed
church.
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The Eaater offering- at the church
NEWS FROM KEYPORT.
MORTGAGES WANTED
First and second mortgages, also have some to
sell that can be purchased to earn 7, 8 and 9 ^ ,
in amounts from One Thousand Dollars up, all
on improved property.
s
LOUIS E. BROWN
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Red Bank, N. J.
33 E. Front Street
WEARERS OF
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are always assured of a square
deal as W.L.Douglas name and
the retail pried are plainly
stamped on the soles of every
pair of shoes before they feave
the factory.
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When purchasing your next pair
of shoes, look for the name that
guarantees service and the price
that insures a square deal.
The Sloes that are Always Worth the Price Yon Pay for Them
Authorized Dealer
7 0 IVlonmouth Street
Between Drummond Place and Maple Avenue.
RED BANK, N. J-
Big Shipment of Rugs Will Arrive From
Yonkers This Week.
This is the largest shipment that the Alexander Smith & Sons Carpet Co. have made to
me in years.
They are mostly all in new Oriental designs
and will be on sale next
FRIDAY and SATURDAY, May 16th & 17th
There will be about 50 bales in this lot. This
is a chance that only comes once in a lifetime,
when the public will get a chance to buy nigs
below the wholesale price of today.
Every rag in this Sale is absolutely perfect,
made of best colors, best woolen yarns and dyes,
and guaranteed by Smith Carpet Co.^a thing
.which, they have not done before in years. f/j,
25 bales of Grass Rugs will arrive this week
and also be on sale.
^
._ Gold.Seal Art Rugs in all the different sizes.
129 West Front Street, Red Bank, N. J.
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This trade mark in
your Hat assures
Strawcraft value
LIVE STRAWS
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amounted to ?2,OO2U4.
Luke Longhead Will Help.
Michael Sherry has bought a new
He'll help you sell things, help
Ford sedan.
iiml things you've lost and help
Mrs. Ada Kobcrt3, Mrs.. Martha you
you get anything you want.—AdBurlew and Mrs. Viola Vigne will vertisement.
represent the Keyport Daughters
of Liberty lodge at the Atlantic
City convention.
Mrs. Edgar T. Hoosc, Mrs. Mary
Armstrong and Mrs. Edith V.
Wyclioff represented the Keyport
literary club at the annual convention of the New Jersey state federation of women's clubs at Atlantic City last week. Mrs. Minnie
A. Brown and Mrs. Rachel Stidfole
represented the- Keyport Improvement association.
Mis Long, a missionary on a vacation from Assum, will speak at
sociable Friday night in the lecture room of the First Baptist
church.
Mrs. Ada Roberts, Mrs. Martha
Burlew and Mrs. Viola Vigil e are
representing the Sons and Daughters of Liberty at the annual convention of the order at Atlantic
City.
Mrs. Hoy L. Harris and Mrs.
William Heyer attended the annual
convention of the International garment workers' association at Boston last week, representing the employees of the Keyport skirt company,
Henry Dane, who will soon gcaduate from the state normal school
at Newark, has accepted a position
in tlie Perth Amboy schools for
next year.
F, Palmer Armstrong, vice president of the Keyport banking company, and Lloyd F. Armstrong attended the annual convention of
the New Jersey1 bankers' associaThousands
ar•
tian at Atlantic City from Thursfinding that Frigniaire
with
all
iti
day to Saturday.
convenience coiti
Miss Janet Smith has a position
less to opcratu than
with the local office of the Pruthe/ formerly paid
dential insurance company in place
for ice.
of Mis3 Manila Parry, who resigned.
Miss Lulu Fitzpatrick of East
There a r e 17 style* and
Orange was the week-end guest si
sizes. Models for installaMiss Gladys Birkbeck.
John Costa, Sr., and son August
tion in your own icebox.
returned last week from a. three
months' visit in Italy,
. for price* sea
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Misses Adelaide and Margaret
L.
C. SISUM
Malone'y of this place, Dorothy
Atlantic Highland!, N. J.
Kennedy of Matawan. and Raymond
Phono 423.
Maloney, Edward Wyckoff and'Harvey S. Bpdle, Jr., attended a dance
at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel at
New York Friday night.
The junior Keyport improvement
association will hold a dance in the
Economical
Guaranteed Mortgage Certificates
Tb« moat modern. *ad convenient form of Mort(ase Inveetmeat.
Our very Ciu.irV.llv. ltmlii,,, irnllcj, ltum l.cu.d ut i»f«t,, .mul. r««ou«,.
•nd itrict adherence to a«lf-impo«ed Safety I.hnlti hav« !nnut,nee<l many t r u "
tet'a anil other careful inveaton to buy our MortBttaa Certificate!. Any amountfrom $100 upwardi.
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Intercut at 8 1-3 per cent from data of payment
LAWYERS MORTGAGE COMPANY
Capital anil Surplui, »10,000,000.
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88 NASSAU ST,, NEW YOKK.
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. Inauiriei may be addreaaed tn Itoland Fleliler, either «t the above ftddreaa
or at fair Haven Boad, Bed Bank, N. J. J'hone 34-J.
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FUNERAL
TRADEIMARK;
SCIENTIFIC LAXATIVE
Mild and Effectiva
"If You Don't Feel Right—Take a Radio
Pill Tonight'!
Your henlth demands n laxative—insist on>
Radio Pilla. At alj druggists—25 and BOc.
RADIO-MEDICAL LABORATORIES
Aabury Park
New Jeraoy
Salz Dollar Sale
presents for Thursday, Friday and Saturday many additional
lots of Seasonable and Summer lines, at One Dollar.
"Complete New Stocks" are here and these are
"The Best Bargains of the Year"
. \ Silks'at$1
A lot of Handsome Chenille Silks for Summer
Dresses and Sport Skirts, colors White, Tan,
Rose, etc. Worth $2.
Per yard $1.
T^HE completion of
costly improvement? find several
ideally situated acre
nnd half-acre water
front plots available
at figures below cost.
Only a few of these
plots will be Bold to.
desirable purchaoorc.
Straivcraft Stray-!; nrt> wade hi
special hand - blocked process,
thereby retaining the Life <>1 flic
Braid, and they possess thut
special feature "fit."
Here today—STRAWCRAFT
OJLlAiXX W O " " to lit your face, head nnd purao.
"T'lin 2 remaining
* huuf.c?—one of
10 rouirn, 3 b.-ths,
and the other 7
rooms and !! baths,
built to the hi^h.
standard.* ff particular owners, and
ideally situated for
all-year homes.
A Sport Mecca
Deep Water Boat Lagoon
Community House
All Year Sports
Priced $1.50 to $4.00
39 Worthley Street
Red Bank
Phone Red Bank 635-R
Joseph H. West, Mgr.
Leon W. Francis
Maittoffice, 975 Clinton Ave.
Newark, N. J.
Home of
\ SEA FOOD I
£
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$1.69 Hemmed Bleached Sheets $1.
35c Standard Bleached Pillow
Cases sa
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4 for $1
39c Turkish and Huck Towels
4 for $1
$1 Superior Snow White Satin Finish Table Damask, 1% yds. $1;
'A lot of Dress Voiles, values to 79c,
4 yds. for $1
Best Apron Ginghams, 7 yds. for $1
29c Dress Ginghams, 5 yds
$1
Best Percales, 36 in. wide, 4 yds. $1
29c Liiien Toweling
5 yds. $1
.Women's $2 Stylish Leather
Hand Bags
$1
Girls'.Gingham Dresses each $1
Women's $2 Fine Dimity Over- blouses :
each $1
•Women's all wool-Knitted Suits,
$2.95
Women's smart all Wool Suits,
values to $35, at $10,$15 & $20
$6 Skirts
$3.89
Women's all wool Crepe Pleated
Skirts, new shades, $6 kind $3.89
$20 Dresses
$4.95 to $12.95
Women's New Modish Dresses,
values to $20 @ $4.95, $8.95 and
$12.95.
$22.50 Coats
$9.75 and $14.75
Women's smart all wool Coats,
values to $22.50 @ $9.75 & $14.75.
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Served Every Day
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From 12 to 8:30 P. M. 4.
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Club Breakfast 35s up p
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Incomparable
Cookman and Sowall Avos., g
ASBURY PARK, N. I . {
Opp. St. James Theatre
Phone »37S
Silvettown meanshighest quality, low
co6t, long service,
— and f i n a l l y Tremendous satis*
faction. , . • « »
Goodrich
ISilvertoMi
CORD
Jos. Sesta Tire Company
Wm. I. Morgan
nedllank
Barber & McLoughlin
tied Dank
Red Bank's Men's and Boys' Shop
2 West Front Street, Hed Bank, N. J. :
Foot of Broad Street.
J.CHcndrickson &.Son
Mlddlefdwn
Coopers Service Station
lleddona Corner
UNIVERSAL SECURITY CO.
• Tube Concourse Building
Red Bank, N. J.
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$5 Hats
$1.95 and $2.95
Stylish new straw; also felt trimmed ready-to-wear Hats for
Women and Misses, values to $5,
@ $1.95 and $2.95. - _ -
AGENT ON PREMISES
Write or Phone for Dotnilt
S
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\ Grill Plate Dinners
.Costume Slips for Women and
. Misses
$1
Athletic Union Suits
$1
•Women's fine Ribbed Union
' Suits
..2 for $1
Women's 35c Ribbed Vests 4 for $1
Fine Gingham, Fast Color Dresses, made to sell for much more, $1
Suits
$2.95
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^Women's $1.50 Pure Silk Hose, ""
new shades,
per pair $1
75c Kayser Silk Gloves, 2 pair $1
DeBevoise Bandeaus
3 for $1
Women's Gowns, white and colI ors; also Vests and Step-ins,
I values to $2
each $1
[Women's $1.50 lace trimmed
i and embroidered Bloomers,
I per pair
$1
59c Batiste Bloomers,
S pair $1
Women's Dresses at $1
Women's all wool Sweaters, made
to sell for much more, @
$1 /
Just a Reminder
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fBGood old
Marvland style
FAMOUS
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Sweaters
$1.00
A highly restricted, artistic home colony, on the
Shrewsbury River, opposite the Kumson Country
Club, one of the most picturesque peninsula
spots of the North Jersey coast.
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Temporary Office:
A. SALZ & CO., Red Bank
Another lot of Children's all wool Coats and Capes, each $1
Come to us for your STRAW
HAT-You will be "FITTED"
and pleased with the "STRAWCRAFT" kind-different from the
common place "just straw hat
kind." STRAWCRAFT STRAWS
embody distinctive features which'
justify their description—"LIVE
STRAWS."
of
Tenderness
and
• Alertness
Taylor Hancc
. Holmdcl
(Summit Avenue Station)
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White Star Taxi Service NEWS FROM MIDDLETQWN
Lbs. of Ice FREE
PHONE 747
NAVESINK FIREMEN BUY REO
AUTO TRUCK.
To Every Purchaser of a Niagara Refrigerator
Vour opportunity to K('t o n c j
of the finest refrigerators}
made; tilso enough ice to lastjfl
you several days or a week,]
at our expense.
has sold bis Studebiker automobile
and lie lias bought a Ford automobile.
Karl Sncdel'.cr of Atlantic High
Innds ha:; am-hured his hydroplane
in Cliiypit cicfl; at Locust Point.
Mrs. Anna Hanbury of Port Won
mouth returned last week from a
stay with 1H.T r.isU'r at Brooklyn.
WIIIUT Willing of Port Monmouth has bought a Uodgii clclivuy
car for lii;; gr.jerry business.
Mrs. J. !•;. William:; of Nave.sinl
ia making a ; t;>y with her daughl t
at Filchhurg, llai-sarliusetlF.
Mr. ami Mrs. Philip- Peters of
New York arc occupying their sun
mer resilience at, Leonardo.
Rev. Jnr-epli 1'. JIugbf.-, ot New
Monmouth spent lnsL week with
relatives in Pennsylvania.
Robert X. Keelry is improving h s
grounds nt Port Moiunuulh with
shrubbery and plants.
Miss Anna K. Long, a missinnai
spoko at the Uapti.-.t church at No v
Monmouth Sunday.
J. K. Burr of New York has
moved to his summer residence at
Locust Point.
The Friendship club of Leonardo mot yesterday nt Mrs. Jolu
Leonard'?.
John T. Hopping of Mopping's
Crossing has a new Chevrolet automobile.
John C. Parker of Estontown has
started a grocery route through
Belford.
David Westervelt of Nr.vesink
has a new automobile.
Page Nineteen
Holeproof
Hosiery
fill
Vassar
Union Stills
Gas Company Replaces Hedge and
Tree Killed by Gat at Navciink
—Community Party at Leonardo
Schoolhoute.
For Men and
The Navcsink fire company has
bought a Rco automobile truck for
Women
$5,800 and it \yill be delivered next
"Time Teated-Since 1865"
month. The firemen held a successful euchre party and dnnce last
week. About ?30 was cleared.
The Atlantic Highlands gas comREFRIGERATOR
pa7iy has put a hedge and a tree
on George A. Roger's property at
is a good-looking, well made
With our Taxi Service you can Navesink to replace a hedge and
and economical refrigerator. use the last minute o£ your time tree which were killed by gas which
It is desirable particularly
from a pipe last year.
nnd still malic your train connec- leaked
The firemen of Leonardo gave a
from the viewpoints of food preservation, ice tnving nnrl ease
tions,
party nt ; thfir . firehouse last
of cleaning.
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' Phone us for a car and have it Wednesday night for the auxiliary
This free offer of ice is (food only up to May 2-1 th. Come in
of the company and for those who
ready
at the time you need it.
and seo the stylos aii'd sizes offered in theso fine refrigerators.
took part in the recent show for
Just call
the benefit of the company. Mary
Prices from $18.25 to $39.00
Mulder, Mary Mclvin and Betty La(You may order your refrigerator now, puy a 'small
No. 747
marche were guests of honor. A
deposit nnil take delivery later. This will entitle you to
fine collation was served with Jothe free ice offer.)
Under New Management
seph West as toastmaster. Fred
CHARLES BOTTAGARO, Prop. Meyor, John Johnson and Mr. West
were in charge of the party.
Formerly Brasch Bros.
The play of "The Beantown
Cor. Maple Ave.
108 W. Front St.
Can for All Occasions
Choir" will be given Friday and
Tel. 200-M
On State Highway
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
.Saturday nights, June 27th and
a t the schoblhouse a t Port
Office: Red Bank, N. J., Opp. Depot 28th,
They're entirely TK'.V 1
Monmouth for the benefit of the
fire company of that place. The
Kt'V,' braid", new band-,
ladies' auxiliary of the company will
now shapes. Kaeh hat is
in charge. Mrs. Timothy Barrett
i iabe coaching
hand .made in the fninuus
WALL PAPER
the performers.
"Knox" factory, 1Mno ;iml
It is expected that the work of A Complete Lino in Wall Papering,
roii^'h sennet.
Saw and
putting: down concrete on the rood
Painting & Decorating
cable cdtfos. All weights
from Hendrickson's Corner to HerEstimates Cheerfully Given
and shapes. .I List another
man Labrecque's store at CampH. A D L E R
case
of gel tins th^ vi^ht
bell's Junction will be started soon. 117 W. Front St.
Phono 581-W
f-'i^f1— you rani, buy hats
The road in front of Harold Morford's house will be widened anfl
•\villi inure stylo or quality.
Mr. Morford's house will be moved
further back from the road.
( The Middletown township com| mittee has requested the state utilities commission to make the rail120 South St., Freehold, N. J.
road company put electric lights at
its stations at Belford and Port
Monmouth. The committee tried
Distributor of the Ambler Ar,liesto3
for several months to get -the rail- Shingles. Full fitock, nil sizes nnd
curried in Freehold, We eithur
road company to-do this, but noth- colors
furnish you the mutcria\ or trive an
applied price. Can bo applied over
ing hag been done.
your old a hit, (fie roof. We RO anyMary Mulder, daughter of John
where. Slate, Slag and Tile Roofing.
Phones 170-M and 126-W.
Mulder of Belford, entertained a
number of friends Sunday night.
in toe store, on
Her guests were Janet and Frances
Hilliker, Mildred and George Kaiser,
Mary Rose Wermert, Paul Naughton, Harold and Anna Jones and
Successors to H. fl SUPF
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Marie Labrecque.
DEALER IN
en's
and
Boys'
Clothing, B-Bats and Furnishings
Euchre (s;a>nes, dancing, punch
and cake were enjoyed at a community party held by the civic association of Leonardo at the school- Sash, Doors, Blinds, Glass
All these clothes are of high grade material and latest styles.
itnox Hats and Caps Sot the Style Pace.
house at that place Saturday night
Take advantage of this sale and get that new coat, suit or dress
All the returns are not in, but it and Builders' Hardware.
that you have been wanting at a great saving. This is the last
is certain that the profits will be at
RED BANK, N. J.
chance you will have to get a bargain like this as I am closing
leoat §1200.
The ladies' auxiliary of the Port
out this line in order to have more'room for my men's clothing
Monmouth fire company will hold a
and furnishing business which is increasing very rapidly each
dance at the schoolbouse at the
year.
place next Tuesday night, under the
direction of L. E. Dare. The aux• I will have two first class men's stores, as soon as this sale
iliary will meet tonight at Mrs, J.
is over, where men can get full value for their money. That is
Henry Walling's.
C. Albert Mount has about comthe one reason why I sell more men's clothing year after year—
pleted his bungalow on his properly
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at Locust Point, overlooking C](i$pit creek. The bungalow ia small,
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Ladies dont forget the time and place of this great' sale.
but it is one of the most attractive
dwellings at Locust Point.
Louis Schoul expects to built! a
house soon on the property • nt
166 Monmouth Street
Near Depot
Red Bank, N. J.
Campbell's Junction which l.e
bought a short time ago from Alfred J. Edwards. Mr. Schoul will
NOTE—My Main Store for Men's and Boys' Clothing ."
occupy the house.
and furnishings is located at 21 Monmouth Street, (Near
The memb'ers of the ladies' aid
Broad Street) Red Bank, N. J.
society of the New Monmouth Baptist church were entertained last
Wednesday night at Mrs. Alber*
Frost's, with Miss Minnie Frost as
the hostess.
Mrs. Harry Coddington has returned to Navcsink and opened a
boarding house there after having
spent the winter with her daughter nt Greenwich, Connecticut.
This has been a very backward
season for the fishermen and lobstermen. Catches of good fish aro
few and far between. • Even mossbankers are scarce.
A euchre party for the benefit
of the Navesink library will be held
in the library building Friday
night. Mrs. Lester Sickles will be
in charge.
Louis Merigold has quit his job
in the ncromnrine factory at Keyport nml bo is now working at Jcrjj City for the Central railroad
company.
Rev. Mr. Smith of Keyport
preached at the Leonardo Baptis.
church Sunday in the absence of
Rev. Harry Pierce Simpson, who
was away.
The storm Sunday caused a considerable loss to Lester Smith of
New Monmouth, ns it badly washed
out n field where be had aspnragU3.
Lcroy Carhart is repairing the
Cnrlmrfc homestead on Division
street at Navesink, which is occupied by Mclvin Hnllam.
Robert and Thomas Fnrrell and
Miss Emily Binlsall of Pombdrton
Bent Sunday with Mian Mabel Farrell of Port Monmouth.
Mrs. George llcycr of Belford
has bought a roadside booth buainenn at Middletown village, which
ahe is conducting.
Conover Applugatc of Niivcslnk
haS torn down his barn and he will
use the lumber to build a bungalow
on Valley drive.
I T ^ f V ? 0 Come to our store and see the greatest Shoe value you ever saw in your life.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond RctldinKton nnd Mr. and Mrs. David Cosbv
Talk about Snappy Styles men, if you paid double, or more, you couldn't lie0
of Red Bank spent Sunday with
gin to obtain a shoe with more stylo. Remember, men. B e r k ' s S h o e s
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Casserly of
Are
ifrae
Greatest
Shoe Values in Town.
Now Monmouth.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Calvin Wcstbrook
of Navcniilk have- returned home
from Orange, where they spent thn
winter.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Augustus Leidncr
of Belford entertained n number of
friends nt, a gathering Sunday
night.
Wilson Rose of Leonardo lins a
now Dodge, automobile.
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Knox Caps
Arrow Shirts
"Keiser"
Neckwear
FRED JENNINGS
General Roofing Contractor
Knox Straws
- • $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00
"Hollywood" Straws - $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00
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Fastest Selling Shoes in Town.
STAR-
In order to properly
exhibit STAR Cars, we
have entirely renovated
the interior of our
show rooms, as well as
the exterior. Here you
will find on exhibit
various models of the
STAB Car, which can
be seen in the evening
as well as in the day.
IT
Realizing there are
over one hundred STAR
Cars in Red Bank and
vicinity, we have placed
t h i s department in
charge of an expert
STAR mechanic — one
who has spent over a
year in the STAR assembly plant at Elizabeth, and over six
months with the state
i distributors. He has
this department fully
equipped to handle all
jobs on STAR and
DURANT cars at reasonable prices.
West Front
Corner Riverside Avenue
RED BANK
NEW JERSEY
54 Broad Street," Red Bank, N. J.
RED BANK REGISTER, MAY 14, 1924.
• Page Twenty
EGAN'S
Auto Vans and Express
has returned from the Long Branch
hospital, where she underwent an
Tel.phon. I l l ^
E m b l b h c d 1854
Famoui World War Fighter. Hit operation,
the Trail Through Monmouth.
Daniel Callahan has moved from
Now that mo vine lime d near t am
The Sixteenth regiment of in- Charles White's house to Richard •(pared
lo Jo yimr next moving of furnlfantry, famous HS the first to fig'it RoKers's. house on Ridge road. "Wil- ive marms
or bandana tu all parti of
in France and the last to leave, ar- liam Mvirnhy and family have moved ty or I'ountry, fn tlio larcest paihled vanii
Ui-d UanV. Hi'forc you have your next
from
River
aveguo
to
J.
A.
Long's
rived yesterday at Liitlo Silver.
living done, write. semi ur tall for the
ily reliable furniture movers ia town, and
its band Rave a concert. At house on Center street.
art my prices on jour next job. All kind*
58-64 BROAD STREET
RED BANK, N. J. | where
night tents were pitched on a. site
The infant daughter of Philip f heavy or litftit trucking doiiB ut abort
Camp Vail. This morning Leminsr, who has been sick with lotice. Call or adilreas
Fire, Life, Accident, Tornado and
^. near
J. T. EGAN
the regiment loft for its annml pneumonia, is improving.
inarch to Camp Mix, • passing
Francis Murphy, son of John 11 WALL STREET, RED BANK
Plate Glass Insurance
^ through
Residence Phone 292-R
Ealontown, Tinton Kails, Murphy, is on the sick list.
Office Phone 539-R
Ecobeyvillc and Cult's Neck. Camp
Mr. and Mrs. Thincas M. Smith,
10 WHARF AVENUE
will be made tonight at Freehold, Miss Alice Polliemus, Frank Pollie\vhere the regiment ha.s many mu£, Miss Elizabeth Smith and
friends from visits of other years. Frank Wyckoff motored to Hoboken &
Telephone 12O3-J
Colonel diaries Gerhardt is in recently and visited1. Mr. and Mrs.
• ; Opp. Strand Theatre Exit
6 Linden Place, Red Bank, N. J.
©
Window and Porch
charge. Today the Eighteenth retc- Drew Polhcmus.iment of infantry, in command of
Misses Bertha and Jennie HerI When You Outfit Your Children for the Summer
Colonel John J. Brady, will arrive bert were visitors at Point Pleasant
It is the better part of wisdom to <lo it all at nur store. Our
at Little Silver and follow the over
ALL-METAL
Sunday.
prices are most reasonable for the qualities they represent.
trail of. the Sixteenth to Camp Dix.
Thomas Gilligan of New York
was home over the week-end.
FR^YTHSTURDAY
Albury Park1! New Can.
Formerly Sale Price'
|H.A.HENDRICKSON|
Plenty of Work.
The new cars for the. Asbury Park
' Children's Imported Hand Made MorquiieUe I
78 Newman Spring* Avo. §
trolley lines were put in service last Every week Luke Longhead tells |
4.98
(Size -' to 12 years)
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of positions open to all kinds of
1.00
Saturday. The new cars ore ofworkers.
RED BANK, N. J.
C h i l d r e n ' ! Frc-nch Voile D r e s . e j (Size 2 t o I. VIE.) 1.49
Read The Register's Want
steel, painted white and are of theAdvertisements if you are seeking § Estimates Cheerfully Given.
C h i l d r e n ' ! School Dressei, good quality gingham
1.25
(size 7 to 1 i yours)
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one-man style. The old cars were a position.!—Advertisement.
1.00
B o y i ' W s i h S u i t ! (size 2 t o '.I years)
lA'J
taken over the. route for the last
Children'! Irish Linen Hand Drawn Dreisci
time in a so-called funeral proces5.98
(Size 7 to 1 ! years)
G.r<8
sion, with wailing of horns and the
.69
Infants' Organdy Cap»
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singing of doleful songs. :
4.98
Boys' Spring Coati
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Dangerous at Any Time But Fatal
ii a prescription for
Other Itemi too Numeroui to Mention on aale
in Middle* Life.
Colds, Grippe, Dengue Fever,
Car Run! Away.
Bilious
HeadAn auto owned by Abraham Pcr- Constipation,
Dr. R. Lincoln Gr:ihnm, famous
rine of Englishtown started last aches and Malarial Fever.
New York physician who conducts
he Graham SaniLvriunv for thu
week while Mr. Ferrine was makoiy-ohc:iity
iity aat 123 East
ing an adjustment to the self starttreatment ofy
RED BANK, N. J.
89Oi St., says that "fut pcopl
er. In the. car was Mr. Perrine's
jolly
because
they
are sad."
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four-ycar-cld granddaughter. After
Asked to explain, the Doctor said
ON
running several hundred feet/ the
that fat people are usually worried
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car collided with a truck driven ljy
about their condition and often act
Thomas Burtt and was badly damjolly
tt> conceal their real feelings.
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aged. The child escaped injury.
"I have specialized in the treatof obesity for many years,"
Monmouth County Farms ment
continued- Dr. Gruham, *'and feel
HAZLET NEWS.
certain that no other form of illness causes such great discomfort
Ladies' Aid of St. John'i Church
and danger as excess flesh.
Elects Officer!.
"Blood pressure : s increased, th'»
RED BANK N. J.
Mrs. Joseph D. Bedlc entertained
vital organs are compressed and
the ladies' aid society of St. John's
.BROAD ST. the entire system is overtaxed to
14 West Front St. % j church Thursday afternoon. After T#uex Building
Midi an extent that the fat person's
vitality is severally low. For thi
Opposite Broad
X the business session and election of
reason
they have greater difficulty
a social hour was enjoyed.
RED BANK, N. I. t officers
in rallying from ordinary illness
The next meeting of the society will
than
sfender
people. Ka-t often
Phono 1387.
X bo held at Mrs. Charles X. CrawAll repair work done at my « proves fatal at forty and is dangerford's in June. The new officers are
automobile repair shop must © oils at any time."
Mrs. Emicl Pimpcr president, Mrs.
be as represented. If it isn't,
Dr. Graham made this statement
Florence A. Voor-hecs honorary
brinff your car back and have ^ while discussing his famous reducpresident, Mrs. Harry K. Manee vice
the job done over again at my o ing proscription, Neutrou'a—;i safe
np.tural remedy, that neutralizes
president, Mrs. Grace E. King secreexpense or get jour money
yc:'.st cells in the stomach
tary, Mrs. Frank P. Sproul assistant
back.
M the
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in food --'-(I cheeks fat at tlu
secretary and Mrs. Florence Lcroy
Work Done V/lien Promised. C3 source. Ncutroids contain no thy
i treasurer.
loid or hubit-msking drills and are
Reasonable, not fancy charges
absolutely harmless. They ::'ii now
; The honor rjll of Hill Crest
for repair work.
be obtained, on a money back jruar
! i-chool in llo!mdel township for
nntee, ?.t Knickerbocker Pharmacy,
GENUINE MICHELIN TIRES
; April includes the names of Ruth
Broad and monmouth Sts.
I Ackerson, Elthca Csrhart, Elsie
ANti TUBES
iWallinp, Helen Wallinft. Norman
ACCESSORIES OP ALL
©^GRAHAM'S
.'. Arvid Latham, James AckKINDS.
crr.on, John Aekevson, Anne Allac-1| R 0 B E R T ^ . V O O S H E E S
MARCHING TO CAMP DIX.
ALEXANDER D. COOPER
iteal Estate and Insurance
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Special Sale
ICE BOXES
] Lowest Prices io Town |
Samuel Swartz
Guaranteed Work |
1924
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ladies', iisses' and G!iildren s
Wearing Apparel ,
I 8 Broad Street,
Red Bank, N. J.
WILLIAM O'BRIEN
HIGH GRADE SERVICE
J
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ing
PlumMng
Roofing
Water Systems
Copper Work
Earthen and Iron Pipe
We Handle the American Radiator Company's
ARCOLA HEATING SYSTEMS
RED BANK ar\d SEA BRIGHT
A Service With a System
Get Our Prices on
Hanging, Recovering and new Awnings, also Mattress Making and Carpet Cleaning and Storing of Awnings.
Then you will know just what you
should pay for the best work done
with the best materials.
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Quick service, work done promptly. All
work guaranteed.
Flags and Wireless Poles Erected.
Monmouth Awning, Carpet and
Mattress Works
Globe Court
Phone 1491
RED BANK, N. J.
Special Value? in Linens
Fancy Linens at Reduced Prices .
Napkins, 14 inches square, $18.50 doz.
Printed Cloths are much in favor this season. A new shipment, just received,
has unusually attractive designs and the rich colors are fast.
36x36-ilich
52x52-inch
64x64-inch
64x80-inch
Cloths
Cloths
Cloths
Cloths
....$3.50
7.50
...11.75
15.75
68x72-inch Cloths
68x84-inch Cloths
68xl20-inch Cloths
16.50
.....19.50
26.50
Weather Strips
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Josephine Allacco, Howard 1(9
'jAVoolley, Hairy Walllnj,'. Harvey
| Kycr and Clarence Bailey,
i Joseph 1,. ClafVy spent the weeki end at Perth Aniboy.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry S, Cowles
and 6on.s spent Tuesday a t Port
Richmond.
Mr. and Mr?. Lester V. AVallinp:
of LavaleltH spent the week-end
here.
Krhvanl Wallinff and family and
Mr. and Mrs. .lorry Boa and mother
(visited Mrs. .Boa's uncle, Thomas G.
I C'jwles. on Sunday.
| Mr?. Harry E. Jlanee's class will
• hold a cake f-alc in St. John's church
! oa J.!ay "JiUh.
Mrs. Frr.nl: P. Spraul and daughter Enid E|K'nt Wednesday unth Mrs.
Elizabetli Hoff.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Walling
spent the week-end with Rev. A. L.
Iszard and family of Ocean Grove.
Miss Eileen Claffy spent Sunday
at South Aniboy.
Angeli M. Webster -was a NewYork visitor Wednesday.
Foiar Burner
Large Oven
FAIR HAVEN NEWS.
Mothers Receive Carnations
Methodist Church Service.
Services in observance of Mothers' day -were Held Sunday night at
the Methodist church by the home
department of the Sunday-school.
A carnation was presented to every
14 West Front St., Opp. Broad
mother at the service.
RID BANK. N. I .
Bcrmml Sncdeker has returned
Phone 13S7
from .1 sojourn ;\t St. IMersburg,
Florida, and is vUiting his daughter, Mrs. Everett Smith.
Frank Howie is occupying the
rooms over Harry Kurtis'a store,
Mr. and Mrs. Leo F. Hennessey
have returned from their wedding
trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Hunting are
filling a four weeks' vaudeville enTELEPHONE 72-R
(laRcmcnt nt Montreal. They are
making the trip in their car.
Miss Helen Kelleher of Brooklyn
spent the week-end with Mrs. James
Chadwick.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eckman
have moved from Church street to
Mrs. Lil.i Mulford's house on deNormsndio avenue.
Mrs. Harvey Little has been vis
itinc relatives nt New York.
Mrs. Edivnrd Crozier has been
kept indoors with prip.
Mr?. Cecil Komblc of Newark visited Mr. and Mrs. William Curchin
over tile week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sweifel hnvp
moved into the housn on Pearl
street which thoy bought from Teter
Morrell. Mr. Worrell has moved to
Eumson.
42 West Front Street
Sheets, Pillow Cases, Towels
In summer the cool freshness of Linen
Hemstitched Linen Pillow Cases ^
$2.98 pair
is especially appreciated.
These
Sheets and Pillow Cases are pure linAll-Linen Heavy Huckaback Towels
en, which insures long and satisfactory wear.
'• that are as durable as they are goodlooking.
$12.00 a doz.
Hemstitched Linen Sheets
! Size 22x36 inches
'And many other excellent values in
Single bed size
$17.50 a pair Towels especially suitable for the
Double bed size
22.50 a pair summer home.
Table Cloths and Napkins
To simplify our stock of Damask
Table Linens about fifty designs are
being discontinued. This offers ah
excellent opportunity to anyone who
wishes good quality Linens at moderate prices.
Table Cloths $3.75,4.75, 5.00,6.00 ea
Napkins to match
$4.50, 5.75, 6.75, 7.50 doz.
Cream Colored Linens
A special lot of Cream Colored Cloths
of fine quality are now priced' at
exactly ona-half.
White Satin Band Napkins
This design in Napkins is appropriate
with any cloth.
Special values,
$11.75,14.00,16.00,19.00 a doz.
JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN
Broadway
Long Branch, N. J.
We are Pleased to Announce that We Have
Taken theAgency for the
AND
Samuel Swartz
For
Tire Service
Our Service car is
always ready.
Steam Vulcanizing
Fabric and Cord
Tires in Stock
Line of Automobiles, in Connection with the
Cadillac
This Gives a.Wide Range of the ;
Most Popular Automobiles.
John Hansen
HUMSON NEWS.
iHstnbutor
BENJAMIN H. CRATE
14 Brltl-te Avr. Tel. M85 Kcd Dnnk ^ r
Milk Fund Benefit to be Held Friday «t Red Men'. Hall.
The. parent-teachers' association
will hold a cucliro party and dance
on Friday nipht of this week at Red
Men's hall for the henclit of the
milk fund.
The Jtosary society of Holy Cross
church clcari'il over .$3S0 nt tho recent euchre' party and dunce.
1'iitrii'k Byi niv-, who is attached
tn Hi" aviation section nf the navy,
is home on a month's furlough.
MIB. Johnson of Bingham avenue
RED BANK, N. J.
NIGHT PHONE 1209-W
J. W. MOUNT & CO.
Corner Maple Avenue and White Street
Phone S1O
RED BANK, N. J.
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. - The reason that W$nt Advertisements bring such remarkable
results is simple. Want Advertisements are read by practically everybody, because of the many and varied things that are offered through
them. In The Register, which goes into almost every home in all
this section, a Want Advertisement is placed before over 35,000 prospective customers. The chance of doing business with this great
army of readers is given to everyone who makes use of The Register's
Want Department. There can be no question that a large number of
this great multitude want the things you have to offer, in fact, are
actually waiting for your message.
The things advertised in The Register Want Department are so
varied that everybody may profit by reading the advertisements.
The Red Bank Register
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Page Twenty-Two
New York and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Carroll of Jersey City, -who
Rubo
VVhito Making
Seven have been staying at the. Mullard
McNULTY'S
Changc» to H i i Get There.
homo the past few weeks, have reK I U I R H While of Irvnn I'laei turned to (heir homes in the city
w] o IT one of the foremost ic for a short time.
\ u tit n u n of this country, is nol Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lundy have
\\ iilin o for the next ice yachtim; moved into their home on Riverst i on 1 efon: getting his erafi view avenue for Iliesumlijtr.
Airs. Louis MiUarue and son Leigh
ji id\ ]ie has bi'tfun the ovi'rhaulTHEATRE
RED BANK
jn^' i>l lu-i \acht (Set There and the spent Iriunday as K Ms of Don UuGEORGE G. ROpP, Resident Manager.
MATINEE DAILY. 2:3O
,
EVENING, 7:0O TO 1O:<JB wurk is well undi-r way. The craft' 1 mont Millar at Washington, 1). C.
Jeanne and Jane Khaiues, twin1
b;ickhoiu' has bc-en cut down lioitH
SATURDAYS AND HOLIDAYti, 3 SHOWS. 3:3O, Q:30,
| what, in thickiii'sn ami the V-oat wil laughters oC Mr. and Mrs. .lames
j lie inadi' liu-hlcr lit other parts. The Khaines, were among the babies
boat showi (I much speed last win exhibited in the Long liranch hosI her in thi' hravy wind and the l'Opital baby show Monday.
durtiim in her weight will Tiuikt'.hei'
Mis. J. L, Walling is improving
LEWIS STQWE, HELE^E CHADWSCK, MARY CARR In
a strong cimtrnder in the li^ht
from a recent illness.
airs. Mr. White is doing his ov
Captain Thomas Rives has bought
work,
i Ford sedan.
The penny strips given out by
SUPREME VAUDEVILLE.
tho Methodist ladies' aid society
OCEANPORT NEWS.
will be called in May 28th. A
I Mcthodiat Sunday.School Room (o ovcred dish .supper will be yervi"!
Be Redecorated.
uuleach person bringing in stris-s
f
It has U-vn decidetl to redecorate ivill contribute a dish of food. Afthe .Sunday-school room in t h e !er supper the women will sew ca.'I Jlcthodi-t church and an entertain- pct rags in preparation for a snie
lhat will be held in August.
ment will he uiven to raise funds.
(Jloria Mnurioll, daughter of Mr.
."Irs. Jack Pianteke and children
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hnvi- rellirncil home after Rpendini,' iiid Mrs. Ralph Aliiuricll, was an
SINGING, DANCING AND MUSIC
several wccl-.s \vith Mrs. I'iantoke's ntrant in the baby show at the
jOi.g Branch hospital Monday.
mothi'i- i:i 1'ennsylvania.
AND A FIRST-CLASS JAZZ BAND
Mrs. Cunningham, wife of ScrMrs. KnluTt l!laii", who has been
Other Big Acts
, il! I'^r se\eral months, is much im- ,eant Cunningham, has returned
.fter visiting relatives in WashingA \'ir!4ini.i baked ham supper on, D. ('.
Mrs. John Morrow, librarian, will
will be Kiveii in the Methodist
church t'Miieht. The menu will con- ie at the Sunday-school room :n>
ERK'S Dorothy
sist of baked ham, creamed jiota- he Methodist church Thursday afDallon's first
loe-. ilc. ilcd e^K's, bakeil beans, ernoon to distribute books from
picture since "The
salad, hot biscuits, cake he Momuouth county traveling liLaw of the Law- cab!'.-ii;v
irary.
and cotl'ec.
loss." And to make
.Mi', and Mrs. William Morton of
Dr.
George Wylie is in Washin^her return the, l)i^
J
MenaMiuan recently yisitcd Mr. and on , P. C, on government business.
event it should be,
.Mts. \Vi!!iam A. Ilaync.s.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Rosado have
they've given hrr
l^1.:::1.!1!!! Brown of New York •ented the Fred Worlbley bungaono of the most
famous Parisian rowas a sliest of Miss Nellie Price ow on Pemberton avenue. Lieutenmances ever written.
mt Rosado is one of the officers
And paoked a thrill
The cmu'rete road lias been com- lent by the Cuban poveninient (o
Into every inch of
p!:'t"d on either side of the bridgs ;tudy at the signal corps school at
it!
amp Vail.
on Oceanjiort avenue and is open
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Mr. and Mrs. William Mallard of
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