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VOLUME X U
NO.1 19,
limed W««k!r, SaUni u B««<rad.CUn Matur at tti PostoSks at" Bid Bask. N. J., t u l a tb« Aot of Msreh Id, 187t.
RED BANK,1 N,' J), WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1918.
PAGES 1 TO 8.1
L.SO Per Year.
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three of our mules out of four and the key to the city nnd if the French venird. We found quite a few, ... dnysago was the shape of a .well covA BOY HUNJERi
thought that was tough. We hud just had lost it they could not have saved eluding a number of dead Germans ering. It was built like an "altar and
got our feed and were sitting to- Rheims. Being so valuable as a loolf- in the trenches. Some of the infan- I have since learned that the well has New York State Lnd, Who Live;
on a box und hud taken a out point you see why it was so dam- try men found pistols and opera been used.as a baptismal'font where
Here, Bags n Deer an<l a Fox.
GEORGE C, HANCE HAS BEEN gether
mouthful of bully beef when "old aged. You can see for miles in each glasses which they sold for as high they christened children.*;
While on a gunning trip in New HOW TO SEND CHRISTMAS GIFTS
LAID DP WITH INFLUENZA,
an
125
francs,
which
is
about
$25
of
Jerry" landed one of the worst shells direction.
My only fault to find over here is York state last year Benjamin II.
TO THE SOLDIERS.
ever heard close to us. My two pals
Hove I told you of my, room? It is our money.
with the weather. When.we go outCrnte of Bridge avenue became atHoi. All Right Now and Back in Ac Iwere
When
Your
Package Label Comet
We
visited
some
of
tho
German
blown
to
pieces.
A
piece
of
in
the
tower
of
the
chateau.
It
has
in
the
morning
the
sun
may.
be
shintached to a youiip. hunter, Floyd Willive Duty—Joseph L, Curti. Tells
From the Soldier, Take It to th*
went through the muscle a stone floor and wall.i four feet dugouts.' They wore certainly fixed ing and before noon it may rain hard son, fifteen yi;ara old, of Sterling
How He Wo. Wounded— Mi.. E shrapnel
up
tine
inside,
with
nice
beds.
Some
part
of
my
right
arm,
tho
end
of
m
thick,
with
a
dear
little
window
that
Red
Cross
Rooms
and Gel n Box in
enough to drench you to,the skin, so Wick, New York. Mr. Crate brought
nsr
! tolle Groenawalt's Experience!.
thumb was taken off on my left hand.
Which to Pack the Gifts You Send.
id, gives a view of the superb valley of had libraries in them and they all had we always carry our oilskins with us. Floyd back to Red Bank with tin
A letter from George C. Haace, the my under lip waa fliilit in two, another the Murne. Miss Pellur is to share electric lights. Two or three stoves When it starts to* ruin we dive into
The government ha:i anur.ge'l for
of his parents anil h(;
associate editor of The Red Bank piece of fine steel went inrayear,it with me but she is still in the hos- were in all of them and the Germans them. You might wonder why we consent
made his homo here. Floyd at- sending Christmas gifts to tho AmerRegister, waB received yesterday. Mr. nnd my-face was burned very bad. pital in Paris and has not even.seen were' figuring on 'staying there for- dont get out of "the rain, but rain since
tends the Ued Bank hitrh school ;:ml ican .soldiers who are- in the nrmy inHunc-o has been sick with influenza You canjmngino how I was knocked it, _
ever by the looks of things.
never stops our work.
he says he likes Red Hank. Two Europe. A label will be given to each
and when ho was recovering ho had out, But "old Joe" nevor lost his For over three weeks no mail has
We saw gome French, refugees that • We are having a great time, with weeks ago he returned to his home in soldier ah-roiid and the~e labels will
a Berious relapse. Ho is now well head. I ran to tho dressing station
from the States but I see by the the Germans had had us prisoners for the best of eats, and we are all put- Now York state for a visit. He iir-bo sent by-, the .S'llilit-r- to their
;, agiiin, and-hit says-he is doing a lot and got my wounds dressed and come
Herald one is in'so we die in for a four years. They looked as though ting on weight. If we want a change rived back in Red Hank last Saturday friends "ut'.home. Whim the label IH
pf soldiering with a pickax, a shovel walked half a mile to the ambulance. happy
time, We are all smiles on they had very little to cat. They said of fo^d we hnve the opportunity of I night. Floyd went•gunninng while at received the holder of'the label is to
kind u wheelbarrow. The main parts I rode for three hours to another mail days—Just
the Germans made them, do all kinds a few good hotels not far away where [ home and he shot a deer and a fox.,go to the Red Cross rooms and get
like the boys.
pf liia hitter are aa follows:
dreeing station and I heard the lieu
The man who dranks my car in theof work for them and paid them very one can order roast chicken, or a j Floyd"shot liis first deer wheij-he was a small box, in which the goods are
to lie packed.
October 21В»t, 1918. tenant say that I was a goner, but I mornings ''broke his wrist at it this poorly. They were mostly old men duck stuffed with mushrooms, and j eleven years.old.
•Thin m Sunday and much to ourraised up and told him that if all the morning. I was terribly sorry for and women. Some of them could besides that they give us an, egg ome- j
_1 -, , „
.'
Thc .soldiers' label.? a r t expected
rent
were
as
alive
as
I
waa
they
would
hurdly
walk.
Burprise und delight we huve got the
him but glad it did not come to me.
to be in the hands of their friends in.
let on the side and all the wine we
.wholo iluy to ourselves. The Regis"'nil come through. He told me that
this country the first week in NoWe aru short handed and pretty
One of the French lieutenants who can drink. There is plenty of wine,
. ,tor 1 got last night was your first is- was the way to feel and not to give- well rushed just now. I run thewas checking them up as the Ameri- as the people here use water only to
vember. The boxes are also expected
fiuo of un eight-page pupor. It cer- up.
to be distributed among the Red
kitchen and dining room too, till our cans brought them in in trucks could wash in. They drink '.nothing here
tainly seemed atrungo to see The One thing I will never, forget is dietitian returns. Give my loye to talk English. He told us that one of but wine.
Cross headquarters during the first
' [Register reduced to half its usual my poor pal. He was like a brother the girls and tell them I thought of the refugees had a horse and wagon Chocolate is very scarce and as soon RED BANK AND ASBURY PARK week in November. The number givsize. I soon forgot tho changed np- to me and I did think a lot of him. them all in my big adventure.
YOUNG MEN HURT.
en to each headquarters will bs bused,
that the Germans had captured when as "we hit a new place the'chocolate
pearunce of the paper however, when His head and arm were torn off. I
.on the number of soldiers who have
he was taken prisoner and he brought
Estelle D. Greenawalt.
1 read the interesting newВ» in it.lie here nightB and, always think of
the same horse and wagon back with timo. I haven't met any of the other' JВ«?Pfc" M e t t r r i l , of Bridge Avenue been sent overseas from that locality.
Was Struck by a Piece, of a Ger- The Red Cross headquarters for the
With me the arrival of The Register you at home and,wonder how you
Here is a letter Elias S. 'Black o,f him into the American lines. He also,
man Shell—Lester Fancher of'As- distribution of these Christmas boxes
kind letters from home are tile great- are making out. I will have a lot toLittle Silver has received from Vin- brought back his cow, which the Ger- Red Bank fellows yyet but I know
. eat events of the week. While. I am tell you when I come home, but you cent Fitzmaurice of that place:
he didn't lose where they are at. The only- Red bury PВ»rk_ Wounded in Kneecap. is at 35 Wallace street.
muns
had
taken,
Bunker
with
me
is
Emile
Sunsone.
reading the infiil and The Register I know that Uncle Sam won't let us
Joseph McUarrity, son of John Mc- '-. These boxes may be filled with any
Somewhere in France,
much in the live stod line. The rcf- He is in good health and is enjoying
ulvmys forget the army and for thetell,much now. I have seen a whole
Sunday, September 29th, 1018. ugees were very ihankful to the these things the same as I am. •.' . Garrity of Bridge avenue, who is at-combination of articles, except those
time being 1 am back in Red Bank. lot of Franco'but it can't compare Dear Mr.
tached to the 811th infantry, has b'n^ the list barred" by" the postal ofBlack:
Americans for getting them out of
.Last night I dreamed that I had re- with the good old U. S. A.. I had GT
Gabriel Tarinenbaum Jiai( received ; been wounded in France. Mrs.' Mc- ficials, The articles1 prohibited are
Your
letter
dated
August
31st
rethe
hands
of
the
Huns.
turned from tho war and was again horses to look after and 37 men, BO
received a letter last week intoxicating li'quora, all infia'mmable
ceived Friday, September 27th, and
Some of our fellow* who were with a letter from George Roop, who is! Garrity
irom
working in The Register oflice. Let's you know I was kept very busy.
her son, the first in nine weeks, material, -including friction mktches,
was' sure glad to hear from you. It the infantry came across a German with the 112th heavy field artillery.)
hope it was a dream that will soon
y and^any composition likely to ignite
I also had a 'German 'horse that we makes a fellow feel good %to hear i commissary department and for in France. This battery is composed f and in i t he said he had been struckk by
V.oiuo true,
caught and would dearly love to bring from the good U. S. A. I had a let-two or three days our fellows largely of former members of the a piece of a German shell while in or,explode (cigarette lighters come
I'have written to you a number of him home. I could get lots -of Ger- ter from home the same day. I also v^ere smoking gold tipped cigarettes Red Bank cavalry troop. Mr. Roop battle, He said his left arm wasunder this.--classification )^liquids and.
fragile articles improperly packed..
times, but an you suy you have not man souvenirs, but we are not al-had a letter from Riehard'Bates last and sporting new leather boots, a,nd says the boys are all anxious to geff t"'oken-atthe-elbow and ttra
received the letters, .1 am going to lowed to send them home. I wus week. I am. in a town called Sambin. the infantry men were drinking good into the fighting. They have been in j torn. • Joseph wrote the letter in a Under the regulations no note ,or
the federal service sixteen months i hospital. According to the, doctors it message or written matter of any.
give a brief description of my experi- away three weeks to a veterinary It is all farm country, with acres of German beer.
now. The letter states that the boys iawill,
be three, weeks before he'.will be kind will, be permitted- to remain in
ences sines I left Camp l)ix. 1 have hospital school to learn what to dc;
vineyards loaded with fruit. I
I was talking to Bob llackett and like
France very much and that they i b1(= to leave the hospital. He said'he the boxes.
, told about these things iii my other with horses that nre wounded. On grape
Bob
Chandler
the
other
day.
•
Bob
am
feeling
fine.
You
will
notice
I
letters, but us, you have not received my way back to my company I am in another regiment, the 101stis the same old! Bob. I \yould like to have seen some very, interesting; was getting the best of care from the
Do not put anything В»in the pack-'
k
The young girls in France i doctors and nurses Joseph has been
thorn I .will write-about them again. stopped at Paris, so I can say I saw infantry.
which will not keep fresh, until
few days ago I had a meet Harold McCormick and Frank sights.
dress like wrttnen of thirty and forty i overseas since last April. James Mc- age
We left Camp Dix a t three o'clock in Paris when I get back, as most of theletter from A
McCormick
of
Shrewsbury
over
here.
Christmas.
Edward
Ayers.
He
is
in
years of age, Mr. Roop says. . All of i Garrity, a, brother, is"also serving in
the morning of AuguKt 2\\tn, with boys won't get the chance,
Maybe
I-will
some
day.
Pack
dried fruits, and other food, .
the'same
division
Curtis
and
B
the boys in his command are in the i * runce. . . • .. •
' packs weighing 75 pounds strapped
I have a very nice little American
in small tin or wooden boxes.
I have not the least.idea
Your loving son Bill.
• to uur backs, Tho packs wore filled nurse and the doctors are the finest art,erebut
•• health
- - -and -most of -them
-• are
Lester Fancher, son of George products
best
of
they
are
stationed.
The
diGive
preference
hard candy over
With equipment and clothing. From men I ever met. I .will soon be outvision they were in is one fighting
Fancher of1 Asbury Park, formerly pf chocolates, unless to
Harry Dennis of Fair Haven has gaining in -weight.
the latter are intho (Jump Dix station we rode until again. It seems a little.lonesome,to hunch of boys and have been cited written to his mother at that place as
Red Bank, was shot in the kneecap closed in heavy' wrappers.
well after daylight, when we reached be away from my company, but I
while going after the Germans, actimes. I meet men from all follows:
Do not put in articles packed in
New York. WВ« took a ferry boat to don't mind it as long as I will be-able several
cording to a letter from him which glass.
October 8.th, 1918. .
parts or> the States here, but never
•
his
parents have received. Lester
to
get
back.
one .of the largest
„_._ steamers
_ afloat,
anybody from home. ' About six
It is now 8:30 and I have .just finGifts, should lie wrapped in khakispoke
of
the
kind
attention
and
care
I
guoss
everything
seems
dead
weeks
ago
I
was
up
near
the
front
ished my day's work. I am sitting at
That night the boat left and in the
2-7 in. square.
received from the nurses and doc- colored handkerchiefs,
,TnornitTg hind WHS nowhere in sight. around Little Silver with most of the and comjng back had the chance to a table in a French home writing you IT WAS GIVEN THURSDAY he
the package has been packed
tors in the.hospital. The wound is'of it When
The trip across the water lasted seven boys away and the new draft from 18 go to I^ilris.for three days. It is a this letter; it i3 very comfortable and . NIGHT ON WEST STREET.
should
be
taken,.unwrapped
such a nature that Lester, will not be unsealed, together with t i e labeland
days. Tho third day out I was a little to 45 will take a great many more. lively place. You would hardly know they treat us very good. The people
and
to go in action, again. He had sufficient stamps, to the" nearest colseasick, but I soon got.over it.and I My arm is so lame and sore that I will there was a war going on from be- are very poor and have a very poor Mr. and Mn. Ellis Megill Entertained able
the privilege of returning "home and lection'
wasn't sick enough at .any time to have to stop. I know you will have ing in the city; but to sjay there very system of beating their hones. They
ceriter
designated
by
the.
Red
Friendi With Hallowe'en Games, doing-service over here;. o~ -*—*--"-miss uny menls. Our victuals aboard a hard time reading" this letter. You long youjieed a bank roll. The'boys all have fireplaces and burn trees and
Dancing and Cider-—Guests Win in France to guard German prisoners. Cross. After the package ;has passed
the bout were, not as good us camp will have to excuse the mistakes and here are "all anxious to get to the fir- leaves which have decayed and which
the^fnspection of the Red Cross reprePrizes in Games, . -. •
food, but, the sea air sharpened our my writingthis time. I hope by theing line, and the way the Yankee boys they dig from the ground. At most- Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Megill of West He decided to stay in France. Lester sentatives the Christmas hibel bearing
is
twenty
years
old
and
is
a
member
appetites. Until wo got almost to next time you hear from me I will are going through it makes you feel every home you can see them getting street gave a Hallowe'en party last
the address of the man for whom it
the old company H of Asbury is intended is placed, en it. The permid-ocean wo were escorted by twobe 0. K., and in my next letter I mas? like being right up in it.
in1 this mud or peat for winter, the Thursday night. It was an enjoyable of
Park.He
is
a
nephew
of
Mrs.
Wil' Sincerely yours,
torpedo boat destroyers and later on be able to tell you that I have got a
son sending the package, in the pressame as we would lay in coal.
party and there was not art idle or a
Kennedy^ of Washington street, ence of the Red Cross worker, is rewhen we neared Europe two other hundred Germans.
France is a rainy country. The quiet moment during the whole even- liam
Vincent Fitzmaurice.
Red
Bank.
destroyers protected us. On tho Sunquired to affix stamps sufficient to
weather at present is about like our ing. There was much amusement at
day before we landed our chaplain
carry, it to Hoboken.
Miss Estclle Greeniiwalt, who with
autumn.
They
have
very
little
snow
Private
Johnny
Oakes.iof
West
Red
first
guessing
the
identity
of
.persons
k
conducted a religious service. Ho said her sister Constance has been in Bank, who is now in France, has here. I sleep in a tent. It is rather
In the" navy department instrucwho were masked, but after a while
we were in the most dangerous, part France several months, has written a' written the following letter home:
tions for Christmas,packages to sailchilly and I have three blankets. I those who did the guessing got tired
of our course and were liable to be long letter home... She and her sister
ors in home waters and abroad it is
also put my overcoat and raincoat of guessing and those who were
Kunlt any minute by a submarine. He Constance were originally in the am- Dear Mother:
I dont know much to write about. over me. The-open air is a wonder20 pounds in weight and are forcalled on every one present who bulance" corps, they having had their We are stationed in a camp on theful thing for us all. I am in perfect
automobile converted into an
warded in care of supply officer, fleet
wanted to lead'Christian lives to raise big
AMONG THE MISSING.
outskirts of Bordeaux and haven't health and have not been sick yet. and they took off their masquerade
ambulance
and
sent
to
France
before
supply base, Twenty-ninth street and
their hands and most of the boys did
of the boys have colds but none costumes Then the real fur. started. c h , M
_, a n d j
h BiBh.
left Red Bank. Estella was for got much of a chance of going to theA few
Third avenue, South Brooklyn, New
so. No sign of a submarine greeted they
them have been very sick.
Ducking for apples, ring throwing,
a time in charge (of. a hospital in iont. We get better food over here of We
op, Who Left Camp Dix in May,
York.
us on any part of our trip, but we did France
have
good-food,
such-aB
meat,
pinning the~tall on the donkey, dancthan we did at Cump Dix and we get
and
latterly
she
has'been
emHave Been Missing Since SepterhShipment of Christmas packages
sec an iceberg. For a short time thc ployed in many different ways' in plenty of it. We also get our tobacco potatoes, tomatoes, beans, bread and ing and other Hallowe'en games and
ber
28th,
According
to
Telegrams.
for naval vessels abroad should be
atmosphere was wintry in. the ex- army service. The "girls" of whom free. Charles Gayler of.Holmdel is coffee. At present we are having a pastimes were indulged in by the
treme. Our boat did not take a she speaks in the last part of her let- stationed somewhere in the vicinity. good time; every soldier has a French guests. First prize for ring throwing
Charles J. Mouser, Jr., son of made so as to reach New York not
straight course, but kept zig-zagging, ter are a number of Red Bank school He was asking for me while I was in girl and is enjoying life. We are sit- was won by CharleB Gray. Dr. Arm- Charles Mouser of Lincroft, and Jo- later than November 15th.
BO as to throw submarines off ourteachers who used to meet to drink the hospital but I haven't had a uated now so we can get cigarettes strong captured first prize at pinning seph Bishop of Everett, are'reported
course. We were compelled to wear
in action. Both are attached
together Thursday afternoons chance to see him yet as we are notand candy and most anything we the tail on the donkey and Miss Mar- missing
life preservers all tlle time und part ten
want at short notice; all you need is guerite Carney got the consolation to the 311th infantry, 7Sth division,
when
she
was
in
Eed
Bank.
Here
is
allowed
to
go
out
of
the
camp.
We
of ,tne time we had to sleep with all her letter:
and have been in France since last
get the latest war news from Paris. the money. We have just sigrted the prize. Shortly after midnight Hal- May. Mrs. Mouser received the folour clothes on. We did not have a
Most of it is interesting and makes pay roll and I expect to get paid soon. lowe'en refreshments of cider, cake, lowing telegram last Thursday from
Binglo stormy day. Every day we had
France, October 4th, 1918.
RED BANK MAN WAS KILLED IN
home-coming seem soon, The Ger- As I am writing, now a young lady candy, olives and nuts were served.
two boat drills, in which we rehearsed
This .will probably be the most in- mans cant stand the push much sits beside me, wondering what I am The party broke up a short time liter the war department at Washington:
MORGAN EXPLOSION.
what we would do if the'ship were teresting
with
everyone
singing
"We
wont
get
"We
deeply
regret
to
inform
you
letter
I
will
ever
write,
as
saying.
I
play
cards
with
them
at
longer. The Allies have got so many
struck by a torpedo.
that Private Charles J. Mouser, in- Thomas Gash Was Employed There
I have been through the most tre- men over here that they cant find night and also checkers. I'm getting home untit morning."
Tho (irst part of our stay on land mendous experience—the biggest that room for them at the front. We are to be a regular Frenchman. I can The guests at the party in addition fantry, is officially reported as missas a Guard ami Went to Work Afwns s"pont largely in railroad riding. has come to me so far.
going to get paid on the 2d, butsay a few words and soon I expect to those mentioned were-Miases Eve- -ing-in^action~since_Septfirnh.er_2Sthi- —- ter --the.—Firil—Explosion — Body
Wo rode on cattle cars, and while this
This morning I wus detailed to money is not much good to anyone to be able to talk with them. At i v n and Catherine Coyne, Bertha and Wjll report first information, re- ' Found in a Sand Bank.
Beemed ]iko_a hardsjiuji_nt_flrat we . d f n f h, h oi h Pi
present Germany and Austria want Anna Donahue, Elizabeth Gostello ceived."
-youiCant-Bpend -it.
_
-Bomtrgot accustomed to it. -Later on near the front. We started at seven •when
The last letter, received from . The body of Thomas Gash of East
peace and Bulgaria is entirely out~of;"ana Margaret Tighe, George-Coyne,
Things
are
much
different
in
wo did'a lot of hiking to different o'clock going straight north, crossing France from what they were in Eng- it. It is hard to say how long before Harold Riddle arid James H.o'gan.
l)harles~was~^vritten on- September Front street, Red Bank, was found,
camps, most of these hikes ranging the Marne and still north till we
6th and was received by his parents in a bank of sand afMorgarT'Sinnlay^"
it will be settled but'I expect to be
from 1-5 to 20 miles. We "carried our reached the small town which was our land. It is hard to make the French in America by July. All you can see
early in .October. In it he said he Gash was employed at Morgan as a.
packs. Some of the boys played out destination. . He there found it neces- people understand. While coming is American soldiers everywhere, and SURPRISED ON HALLOWE'EN. would like to be-'back home but that guard. He was at his home when thВ»
through
a
town
I
saw
thousands
of
and hud to quit, but most of us, in-sary to 'move nearer the line nnd
he had a big job.to do "over there" first explosion occurred on the night
is wonderful what they have done
of October 4th. He went to Morgan'
cluding myself, made these journeys asked me if I Wifs afraid. Can youAfricans going to the front. They it
' ' " as
and
what
they
are
doing.
I
have
seen
had rings in their ears and noses and
Home of Benjamin H. Crate.
i g:- i ; ; t t e r 7 ^ r e " a I w a v s c h l > e r i u l a n d to report for duty at. eleven, o'clockall right. ,,
fancy me saying anything but "No!" had .a little spot of hair on the side of a great many German prisoners in
that
night and that was ttva last seeir
surprise p
party_wasВЈi_ven_on_HalA surp
y
g
fuI,of hope
Th,e English seemed to be rather On we went and crossed the Vesle their heads. They were barefooted my travels and hope to see more. I
. . hope. Charles
_ ... . Was 24 years of him.
distant and reserved towards us, butand up to ten kilometers (about six n n dw e r e w a ] k j n K ijk e „ i, u r c h o f c a t . have had" some wonderful experiences lowe'en for Mr. and Mrs.'Benjamin old. Before-he was called into serSunday morning while workmen
the I'rench gave us enthusiastic wel- miles) from the front. Here we j t l e T h e y . w e r e e n 0 U | ; n t o s c a r e t he in my travels. • I was on the ocean H. Crate of Bridge avenue; The surre clearing, up some of the ruins
comes, l o r a time bully beef ami found lots of engineers making and;1 Germans to death without fighting. - two weeks and rode in box cars three prisers met at Walter -S. 'Noble's
the plant they unearthed Gash's
general
—
. . sou,
days .and two nights. I have slept house on Hector place and marched
hard tuck were the principal dishes on ,repairing
.
.. roads,, putting
.
„ up
. tempobody;
It is presumed that he suffered,
Your loving
to
Mr.
Crate's
house
in
a
body.
They
befallen
him,
that
has
misfortune
that
has
b
a
,
in
barns
and
carried
my
pack
a
good
our bill of fnre, but our meals now : rary bridges to replace those blown
shell shock and groped his way
were masked
p ,
ma
o i ms> i i i c m i o u<i>c , i>5
John.
masked arid
arid carried
carried dishpans,
h i,.h from
many miles. I • have never been were
to
the
bottom
of the bank. Another
are almost as good as we got at Camp up by the Huns in their retreat, and
Ih
many
high
rattlers^and other noise-making
t h a t hof
e hhis
a s b efriends
e n w o u n have
ded a n
d
k dde-Ijut
In another letter John writes:'
weighed but think I have gained a vices. Mr. dand hMrs. Crate were
explosion is believed to have caused
h a t h e hj a s b ei e n w u nhd lines.
doing similar work. In. one place
1
en-1
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ig
ig
QW
i
n
a
n
o
s
p
t
e
l
d
a
c
k
o
f
t
e
where
the
road
had
been-mined
there!
Iam
Jl&t
after
coming
from
When we landed in England John- ......... ...^ .В«... v В«v^.. .......... ""..-;
little weight.
vices. Mr. and Mrs. Cra
1j ig ВЈQW i n a n o s p j t e l i d a c k o f t h e lines, the bank to cave in, burying GaBh.
ny Oakes.and I thought we would get was a hole in the road forty feet i church. The priest read the gospel
The body was brought to Worden's
a chance to send you a cablegram, deep and 1O0 feet across. Around '?. both English and French,, so. it Private Daniel C. Oakes of the old joying a game of pinochle when the j; t . g n n e r a ] happening that men undertaking place and prepared for
:
Red
Bank
cavalry
troop,
now
part
surprise
"attack
was
made.
'
Afteij
,.
p
missing
in'
ac.but we got wpurated and didn't have these
country,
ho
fiv3t
e Orted
inese craters
c r a t e r s they
tney Kuild
uuim temporary
l e m i j u i u r y i seemed
"*-~В«..*-.В« like
.,<*~ mass
...i..в„ў m
. . . our
~«» uown
. . . . *.
uu .»»..r.
l e
a
Mr.U *В±
and ;i tion have later been found, in these burial.
time,to do it anyway, I hnve not roads. I noticed people.stared at me I M o s t of the- churches are very old. of the 112th heavy field artillery, has! t h e n o admitted,
5 - l ^ s t В°to
. p ?the
^ ,house
"li h ^F
The
funeral
was -held Monday afBeen Johnny Oakes since we left the somewhat and when we finally The floors are of marble ana the Sta- •written the following letter to hisMrs. Crate had a guessing maUh j " " j ^ p f Bishop, who was reported ternoon and \\'as
in charge of Rev.
the identity o r ..the guests.. J J В» \ t i
t t h s a m e time as
ship.
readied our destination we learned tions of the Cross are hand-painted, mother, Mrs. Edward C. Oakes of At- learning
JiimeR
D.
Bills.
Burial AVAS.made in
' . ' • _ . . They failed and the guests took.off ^ ^ K a d w h r k e d ton Willlitm Ma, u had left there only 48
,~ with large statues in every corner antic Highlands! ' ' •'
At oiie of the camps where we that the Huns
Fair View cemetery. Gash was 84 ,
their
masks,
revealing;Mr,
nnd
Mrs.
|
^
•
at
Everett
since
he
was
stopped, Spanish influenza was pre-hours before and I was the first j-beautifully arranged. I enclose a
Vannes, France', October 13, 1918. Walter S. Noble, Mr. and Mrs.1 wil-1В«?, s I ' u r a
years old and leaves a-widow and two
valent and I was one of its victims, woman to.cross the Vesle after they |•jjc'w cards_ so^thnt you may get an Dear Mother: '
Waiter a. i\ODie, iur. ana mis.. В» " : ^ - b o y .,,uj he was considered as onesmall children. At one time he was
idea
of
what
they
are
like.
P
r
ft is about the same as grip, only it hud retreated. 1 am so excited over " ' " "
*
The
boys
are
all
in
fine
spirits
toMagee'received
a employed us a butler in the home of
Everybody who ride-", to church night. News that the Kaiser will ac- liS? В« ВЈ ? ^ $ Z h T l T В° Inl i of tl/e family. Mr. from
the war deJS supposed to he more dangerous it! Of course we had carried our p;as
Cornelius Vanderbilt. He gave up a
anil more apt to develop into pneu- masks, ns there wus still a possibility comes in a little two-wheeled cart cept all the terms of peace reached music were enjoyed, after which r e - partment.
.
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similar position with Samuel Riker,
monia. It. has caused some deaths of shelling there, but we did not need with a donkey hooked to it. I have here today. We are planning a hig freshments of sandwiches; cake; coffee
Jr.,'of.
Riverside drive, to work afc^
Alien Hod a Shotgun; Fined $20.
among us. I got well enough after them, as it happened.
seen some old women with full-grown reunion for the brigade headquarters and'pickles'were serrej).' The merry
Morgan.
' 2 party
broke
up
about
midnight:
a weeks: sickness
to
leave
the
hosmustaches
and
you
couldn't
tell
them
-„ ...cv. i.llB ,,„,,The country through there, just
Salvatcire Lanncelli, who farms the
either somewhere in Virginia or New
pital, but a few days later I had a re- west of Rheims, is very beautiful—
Brunner "farm at Holmdelj was fined '
SCHOOL ATHLETES MEET.
PARTY AT LITTLE SILVER. _ $20 and costs of $8.72 last Thursday
lapse and was a good deal sit'kjr than'"'oiling hills and valleys—but now
[•dingly.
I was the first time. Everybody'desolate В»nd deserted as the retreat
by
Justice
Edward
-W.
Wise
of;
RedHorace
Rogers Chosen President of
thing.
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It" Was Given Wednesday Night for Bank for having a shotgun in his posthought I ,wns going to got pneu- i of th'e Boche was too recent for the the hospital (in a previous letter he
High School Athletic Association.
Ethel Riddle nnd Ctijjie Morrell.
\ nm soi\di.ng you my Christmas
monia sure, and I overhenrd one fel-! refugees to hava returned as yet. All wrote lie was sick with influenza)' I package
session.
Lanncelli
is
an
unnuturalA meeting of the Red Bank high
cpupbir but
bu as you see
s e it - A surprise party \Vas givenr, last
had
low say that in th,e spring I would be | t"long
the road we saw thousands of have bad a good appetite. We
• i ized citi/en. The arrest was made by School athletic asSociation was held
u o n g m e rnnu w e s a w m o u s a t i u s o i . " " i - . . i . . , # . . ^uw.. . n . j , ^ m ^ .
,В» c ......
three pounds and the Wednesday night for Miss C
Cassie !- G a m s w a r ( i e l ) S Charles Hobzitell.and last Thursday afternoon nt'the school
mini: cakes
iiti\u> for
lui breakfast
uicilKlil^t yesterday,
vtftLCluav
_*c a n s e e c 1 3,i t— rt keV
helping to push up the daisies. How-rounds of shells for the
" "
big "
German ' m
griddle
nl, v t h, l n
k
it
occasionallyy \VR
we gget
get hot biscuits.
В° .
B } .
,
Jo В» !-' Morrell and Miss Ethel Riddle ;of Lit- William Steuerwald.
they were obliged
evur I got completely cured and for guns which
h i h th
b l i d to ' and
mid
to elaВ«t officers for the present school
• •occasionally
- - _ .hot
_ biscuits
. .
'three pounds of candy, for that is
tn e pastt tten d
days hhave been on full leave in their hasty retreat. They Arthur Garrity of Red Bank has one thing we crave for over here and tie Silver. Those present at the'party
Over 100, pupils attended tho
were Mrs. Alfred Hea.lier, Misse3 Colt's Neck Postmistress Resigns.. term.
gained
was
active duty.
twelve pounds since he
expected to advnnce but wjerc beautimeeting, which was called by George
liava
an
awful
timo
getting.
I
think
gg
Anna
Elgrim,
Maude
and
Mary
Menk,
here.
We are not at the front yet, so you fully-fooled and.had not the facilMrs., Albert Francis has resigned •W. Leddy, the retiring president..
The war question looks good and about Imlf of the boys in our bunch Marguerite Ward, Margaret. Fitzdont iieud to look for my nnme on'the ities for moving the shells back. I
have .asked for'candy. We are al-maurice, Florence Layton and Wil-! as postmistress-of the postotlito at The following officers were elected:
look ffor it
i to
t be
b over by
b December
Db
casualty Ii.sts for a while at any rate. have lota of'the used cases. They we
President—Horace RoRers.
st
c
We are engaged just'now in working make nice flower jars and vases and | '1st.
- 'Tell
" Pop to get the. back shoe lowed only three pounds this year liam and Leslie McKnight, Fred Boyd, Colt's "Neck. She will continue, at her Vice President—Ruth Pntlerson.
e car vulcanized, for I expect but next year we will be home and Eugene Layton, William arid. Eugene | duties until a successor ^procured.
Sccr-etnry—ATitiH Hartmfin.
.
with picks, .shovels and wheelbarrows are interesting souvenirs, which;
' o l ' t l lie
''"
:
Elgrim,
William
Pomphrey
and
James
I
Mrs.
Francis
will
move
to
Red
Bank,
tilings
will
be
different.
Tremurcr— %hvin C. Gillnri.l, principal.
i to take the Red out of Ued Bank my
and in handling ammunftion on themakes it nicel
Uitter.
Dancing
was
the
principal
where
her
husband
is
employed
at
the
I
am
going
on
a
nice
little
trip
toGeorge
Leddy
was
elected
manager
docks. We get up at.4:45 A. M. and
On' our' way back We stopped a t ! first night there and I dont want any morrow. Fred Diekerson, a motor- pustime.
Eisner factory. Sffo has been post- of tho basketball team and Leslie
quit at 4:30 P. M. It's a rather our once lovely hospitnl where m y ! t lvel e trouble.
In
this-morning's papers cyclist from the 110th regiment, nnd
fllul ll)
t
mistress three years.
Delatush was made cheer leader.
strenuous life, but it is n good honlthv ambulance was in use in May. The! J >' ' «» the Boches peace, cry, another motorcyclist from the 112th
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Basketball practice was started today '
way to live and it gives nil of us hospital people had to leave under! "В«' we say 'We dont want the bacon, regiment, and myself are going to Surprised on Wedding Anniversary,
11
Election
is
Over.
at
the association building. Those
famous appetites.
shell tire and had to burn materials T-Ih, n"•'
<• wint is a piece of the Rhine." Brest, which is on the coast and quite
Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford of. The voters settled the many quest 13 h c
who
played last' year and who will
' U Klatest song I have heard. a ways north of here, after four Westside avenue were surprised last tions of the- campaign yesterday and
Peace talk is strong here and I am and buildings before leaving. This!
be seen on the court thU season
5 " "*," Performance I at- motorcycles. We le.ave here tomor- Friday night on the eighteenth anni- we^are oiice more ready to settle ngnin
in
beginning to believe I wont be awnv was. during that swift ad
are
Harry
Macintosh, Stan-ley Havi-'
from you a grent while longer, The May and early June, when the Huns ! tended last night I also see some row afternoon, stay at Brest over versary of their marriage by a visit down in the harness for a steady.pull. Janil, Junior West and George Leridy.
war cant last forever. Then I will pushed for Paris' but onlv reached !В»"etty fast boxing here. They allow night ami return to camp Tuesday. from a party of friends. , In the Many men have,, been too busy during
realize the full truth of that-good old Chateau-Thierry. It was pitiful! It light-to-the-finish bouts.
I will tell you as much about the trip party were Olive, Daniel nnd Harold the past few weeks to give their atCold Preventives.
Crawford, Margaret Frawley, Henry tention to personal appearance. Now -Those who
hud been a 4,000 bed hospital—a
- hymn:
John.
as I can in my next letter.
up to the obi adage,
Biggins, Frances Quigg, Daniel Han- that it is over you had better send of "An ouncelive
model of its kind in France. We
We'll air 1,0 hnppjr
Mrs. John McNeil of Bridge aveof prevention in worth,
You lii-t.
passed many once beautiful vUlngeV nue, mother of William McNeil, a
Edward W. Vilb'y of Little Silver, cock and Edward and Russell Hen- for our young man to come and Reta pound of cure"
will bo interested
_
now nothing but piles of stones. The member of the Red Bank ambulance who is with the 312th field signal drickson.
those shabby looking suits that have in our large stock nf blankets anil
Joseph L. Curtis of Little Silver.
at best-nroonly wide enough company, has received the following battalion in France, wrote to a Red
been misused', in campaigning and comfortables at $2.'.).S, S-l.OM and
who was recently wounded, writes to streets
Here's
Good
News.
a car to pass, but when they are letter from her son:
Rank friend on October 18th. He
them put in shape so they -will $8.98. A. Salz & Co., Red Cank.—i
his homo folks from a hospital in for
If you nre going to buy a coat, have
full of huge shell holes and piles of
says:
'.'
look like
new. I'hone 7JM and we'll Advertisement.
Somewhere in France,
France as follows: ""
1
suit,
or
dr.CFS
by
all
means
take
adstones they -ni'o nearly impassable.
September 13, 1918.
We are kept busy every day atvantage of this opportunity; gar- do the rest. Red Bank Steam Bye
Base Hospital, American P, 0. 784, I had great difliculty but my "little Dear Mother:
Workn,
1
Wept Front street, Max
construction work, which takes up all
Silver Clicsts.
October 6, 1!)18.
jit" stood me, in good stead and I got
I received five letters from you our daylight, and at night wo have ments, values to $5(1, at $15, $25.and Leon, proprietor.—Advertisement.
Stop in I'.ml sec- mir new line of silI suppose ,you have heard by this through" but'did not reach home till the other day and four from John. until nine o'clock to roam around. $35. They are milkers' samples, A.
ver
chcsls,
2IS
t» ;>'•> pfpi-e.i, mahogany
time that I have been wounded. This 3:0O A. M." That is nil in n day's It seems that all the mail coWs to- Most of us fellows spend this time Sal/. & Co., Red Bank,—AdvertisePeoplo Who Dont Carb
or leather ense:-, lutcst patterns, h.
is my oighth day in tho hospital and I work. We have long hours but there gether. I wouljl havo written sooner trying to learn French, talking with ment.
what kind of stockings they buy may de hi RcussFlle, MR iiroad street.—i
am improving fine nnd begin to feel is lots to do and .everybody goes as hut have been pretty busy lately. the people near us, nnd \\c are mnkGreen Gnblei, Pleasure Bny.
not lie interested in those, Onyx nnd Advertisement.
like., gutting, bock,..sqL,L..can,.get.inn-_.long.jathDy..can.::<u , , - „ • We).were, j n a. town..for,a week-that, iiig.gopd..j)rogress...Tbe,[.F'i:ench folks .- ^.Rrs.1?*-fift'i'-°S .,•?Jl«y£...ft!>e_n for the Gordon silk hose we- offer this week
the
Germans
had
held.for
four.years,
.
.
,
,.,-,,
UP,
oil..one
very
high
hill
,other shot
. ------at the
••::.- old
- - . - TBoche.
-.--:-—. I
- surely
surely
•"-••-•" -Guaranteed -Piano Tuning.
We went un on one
nre always willing to help us nnd it fall /season. " Como.". arii! -Itfiifl' Tvhef e
had a narrow escape of .my life and —the highest around 'ther'a. Upon it It has been pretty well deatroyt'd but dont take long for an evening to the food is good.- J. C. Hornung, Co.,- Reil Bank.—Advertisement.
A. B. Dirhan, 42 Hudpon avfenao.
it'fl my good luckj-tffii here today. stands what is left of one of tho most it didn't take the Germans long to pass. The country around us here proprietor.—Advertisement.
Phone 152 j
AaVerHseroent
i
got
out
of
it
when
the
Yanks
started
I and two of my men had just come exquisite little chapels in this part of
shows that it has had little or no atit Long Branch Pier. •
in front up.the line for our-breakfast France. It is but a short ways from them and tho Yanks sure captured a tention and the buildings look ns if
Gunning
Notices.
Whiting, whiting are very plentiGunning Notices.
nnd we wero talking* of a narrow es- Rheims and we had a fine view of that lot of prisoners, 'While we were off they were built in the time of Caesar.
Gunning notices for sido В«t Tha
Gunning notices for sale at Thcful.'' Ling, ling are very plentiful,
cupe we had up the line, when we lost lovely city. They say the hill was (futy-.we^-wept tjut ^looking .for -sou- A strange sight I came across a few Register office,—Advertisement.
Register olHco,—Advertisement.
,
Bait and tackle,—Advertisement,
LETTERS FROM SOLDIERS.
CHRISTMAS IN THE ARMy.
TWO WOUNDED IN ACTION.
0l?J1Z
A HALLOWE'EN PARTY.
MEN MISSING IN ACTION.
GASH'S BODY IS FOUND.
THE RED BANK REGISTER.
Buck has, fanned" the Rut'.hcr place
near Freehold far o\er thirty yimra
and he will retire. He will move to
Inn now home early next year.
HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST IN
Boy Jumped from Auto. .
MONMOUTH COUNTY.
John Logan,* Jr., a six-year-old
Peri^nol Notes, Sales of Properly, Ocean Grove boy, jumped from tho
Building Operations, Lodge Doings, vВ«ar o^an automobile Monday of lust
Slight Fires, Births, Marriages and week amWandeii on the back of his
Deaths—Other Items.
head. He was knocked unconscioUH
Hev. B. Frank White of Pittsburs nut was not seriously hurt.
is substituting as pastor qi .the Long Promotc'l to Major;
Iiraiu'h Presbyterian church mining
Edward A. MavMillim, son of Dr.
tho absence of Rev. John (I. I.nvell,
who was given n K'avu of absence to W. T. .MncMillim'Jtf Pen-ineville, has
been-promoted
to major in ihe Amcrrecover his health.
Sergeant Nelson K. .Matthews has ienn iirmy." Ho in a civil engineer
been visiting his mi'ihiT. Mr-". 11. t'.and went to France several months
Matthews of Ocean, ilrjtvi', while. re r ago i:s :i second lieutennnt.
cupivatinsr from an Jttsi'k of pneu- Government Takes Brick Plant.
monia.
He is Maiiu.ied- i'.t Catnp . Tho "United States ordnance department has taken over the Cruigcn
Dix.
:'•
Mr. and - Mrs. ["urinaii Ounean brick yard near Matawjin for six
moved from Engli^hiowtt to Frct'hoM months. The plant will be. used in
lii.il- weak. They-had ph-..'.:Kil to move sorting shells which remained at Morthis week previous but wviv |ir(В»ve!uci! gan ;-.ftoi' the explosion.
j Daniel Kdwnrils has quit his job Maiiasquan. Couple Wed.
Misa Evelyn T. York and Edward
Uis Mipurvisor of wink around the
| LIMIT Blanch school l.uililings. Daniel M. Ci'born of Mnnasquan were married В«t New York on October 15th.
I B. Slocum luut taken liis place.
Wilton Moiiiit of i:Jn^lUhto\vn, who -Mrs. Osboin is a toucher hi the Mimrpci'iitly joined the t : ovvioe. was i В»s<iu.in school and Mr. Osborn is a
icigh, Xorih i merchant at that place.
ordered to report ;it
Ciiiulin:i. l;;st week.
Pn^enger on Train Injured.
• Hev. .lames Loivi has l>ee:i unani.Charles Z. Martin of Asbury Park
mously invited ti> rt'iacn as pii?tor of WВ«M
cut over the eye "with n
St. 1 Andrew's -'church at .Spring Lake niecebadly
of glass while riding on a train
! fui another year.
lost week. Some boys playing along
|; Hurry F. May, win- i-cuducts a drug the tracks threw stones through a
store ;;f Belinar in' ihe summer, is window of the train.
! working for thaUniteed drug company
Water Company to Disband.
: at Abbiiry ParjJ:
i Ira L. Bennett of- West Long
The Indian Lady Hill spring water
; Branch is working on the base hos- ;-ompr.ny, which bottled and sold the
pital at Lakewooc! making im'pvove- water from a spring near Asbury
•menls.
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Park, is to be dissolved. A Meeting
' Mrs. L'eray Leighton of Manasquim of the company for this purpose will
was operated on for appendicitis at be held next month.
: the Spring-Lake hospital-last \Veek.; Samuel Bkvison of - Enjrlishtown Get! Bullet in Neck.
Kenneth Wotherapoon, son of Mrs.
picked a quart of ripe strawberries
James ~Wotherspoon of Allcnhurst,
from his garden last week.
Miss Helen Gregg В°i Howell. is was wounded while taking part in a
working as a telegraph .operator at battle in France recently. A machine
gun bullet struck him in the neck.
the Freehold signal lowor.
i Mrs. Eugene Berge. of Adelphia is He is recovering.
recovering from a severe sickness at Emergency Hospital Closed.
the Spring Lake hospital. *
The emergency hospital a t MataJoseph P. Johnson of West Loner
Branch has taken a job with Joseph wnn was closed Monday of last week.
Had
it been possible to secur* nuraea
Stilwell. at Mantolokmg^
hospital would have been kept 1a:
Mr. and Mrs. E. Frank Hart of As- the
open for a time to care for the sick!"
bury Park have gone to Florida to of
that section.
spend the winter.
Miss Nettie M. Reed of Ocean Farewell Purse for Pastor.
Grove has -been commissioned a noMembers of Trinity church of As—aj
tary public.
Park gave a'farewell purse to
Mrs. W. S. Robinson of Matawan .hury
Rev. Francis H. Richey last week behas
gone
to
Washington
for
the
win:
fore his departure for Maplewood,
ter.
where he has accepted the pastorate
of a church.
; Belinar Houso Raided,
i A house at Belmar conducted by Soldier Has Broken Leg.
•i Mrs. Harriet L. Hoffman was raided
Norman Hurley, son of George
| last week'by a United States marshal. Hurley
of Bradley Beach, has written
i Mrs. Hoffman was arrested on -ahomo saying,
he is recovering
i char«» of aellinjr liquor to soldiers from a brokenthat
leg which he suffered
! and Hiss Lottie Lynch was arrested while taking part
in a recent battle
! on a charge of immoral conduct.
in France.
I Su*4 fw BreitcH. of Promise.
Smithburg Boy Killed.
f
I Clarence J. Wagner, son of J. G. Harry EffinKham of Smithburg,
j Wagner of Encrlishtown, has been who was sent to Gamp Dix last Feb,; sued by Miss Mae Riddle of James- iir-U'y, was killed in France recently.,
burg, who alleges breach of promise His mother-j-ditftl about three weeks
of marriage. Mr. Wagner'was mar- ago. A brother and two sisters surried to Miss Emma W." Stillwell of vive him.
Freehold on October 11th.
Automobiles Collide.
Pate Glass Breaks.
Automobiles belonging to E. J .
A big plate glass which workmen
were putting in Steinhaeh's store at McCrosson of Avon and T. A. Goj^len
Asbury Park last week brdke in theof Bradley Beach collided at Belmar.
; middle, and smashed another pjate Thursday. Both curs were somewhat
but the occupants escaped
! glass'in the store. ' Edward Rose, one damaged
• ' • • • » • :
of the workmen, was cut on thc'hnnd injury.Asbury Pnrk Boy Wounded.
'
when the glass fell.
Joseph Couse, son of William J.
; In English Hospital.
of Asbury Park, is recovering
i Sergeant Neil Hepburn,
son ofCouse. English
p ,
hospital from a bullet
: Mrc. Clara A. Hepburn ,gbf Ocean in'r.ri
wound.,
his head. His helmet preGrove. i3 in anEnglish hospital re- vented in.
the wound from (being fatal.
i cove\'fng from a gunshot
h t wound
d re, ceived recently in France. Several Will Fiim in tho South.
i weeks ago he was gassed but soon reHarold Schatlt of Ocean Grove left
' covered from this.
for Florida last week. He will be
joined later by his brother' Russell
Mrs. Helen Healy of Ocean Grove and they will engage in fishing. They
BRIEF ITEMS OF" NEWS.
VICTORY IS HERE
Send a Christmas Greeting to your boy in France.
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This bank sells exchange in all allied territory in Europe. A' remittance
made now will be received by Christmas.
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Red Bank, N. J.
T&taS Resources
over'$4,000,000.
A Talk to Farmers
on Farm Wagons
Is there a farmer in M on mouth County, that needs a
Farm Wagon? If В«o, he's just the man I want to talk to
at this time.
1 have on my floor, ready for immediate delivery, several new Farm Wagons that I will sell at a very close
margin rather than carry them over until Spring.
Theae Wagons cannot be duplicated in quality nor can
they be matched in price. To go into the market today and
have them duplicated would be an impotaibility.
After January 1st, 1919,- all Farm Wagona must be
of a standard size, the wagon manufacturers having agreed
on the elimination of certain varieties of Farm, Valley and
Mountain Wagons as well as certain Farm Trucks and
Gears.
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These Farm Wagons I am offering you today are the
celebrated Jersey track, known to every farmer. This tread
will not be manufactured after next month, the standard
size adopted being 56 inches. This means that the bodies
, hereafter Will be narrower and the carrying capacity will
be~necessarily reduced,
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If you're interested in securing a high grade Farm
Wagon at a low price, dont wait until Spring when you will
have to pay a lot more for a wagon. Buy how while I can
give you immediate delivery and while you can save more
than double your interest on the money invested.
If you want a Farm Wagon drop in and see me at
once. In all probability we can make a deal that will be
entirely satisfactory to both of us.
I have also on hand a No. 8 low down Corn King
Manure Spreader and a Studebaker Dump Wagon, capacity 1' •' yards; both of which I will sell exceptionally low to
-quick buyer.
GE0I16E W. QGILVg'E '
Wagons, Harness, Blankets, Farm Machinery
and Utensils
I East Front Street, near Globe Hotel, Red Bank, N. J.
SKUWTYOIl
Make
Gold C o r n e r s Comfortable
for aging limbs that feel the slightest
draqght.
The handy Perfection Heater gives a
generous glowing warmth whenever,
wherever needed—brings comfort and
relief in freezing weather.
Good-looldng— economical—smokeless, odorless.
Aladdin Security- OH gives best resnfta.
At your dealer's.
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fNcw Jurtcr)
Newark
New Jersey
OIL HEATERS
Dealers who Sell and Recommend Perfection Heaters
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RED BANKi
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Louis Becker
Hcndrickson & Applugatc
,1. Richmond
I* Schwartz & Son
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WI1
H. Chark
SEA BRIGHT:
Mahoney ВЈ Karvey
Heilmun & Uoclun
ADELPHIA:
C. BВ«armorc ВЈ Sons
George Hall
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ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS!
Atluntic Hardware Go. "W. M. Po.tcn
EAT0NT0WN:
W. E. Moms
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ENcAsHTOWN:
W. E. Mount Co.
Geo. D. VandcrburK
" FARMINGDALEs
. J . I.utz & Son
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FREEHOLD:^—
Uertrnm Bireh
J.' V. Denise
D. V. Pcrrine
F. A. White
Greenspan Brus.
II. Kailenback
M. M, Sehwort?.
KEANSBURG:
S. B. King
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-MARLBORO:
J. G. Schenek
P. T. Burke
I,. B. Walllnu
Marlboro Gen. Store
G. D. Woody
J. T. Wyckoff
MATAWAN:
LONG BRANCH:
G. M.. Harris
"Blrsriey & Burna—
Jos. GntdRtein
H. Hilkon . POUT MONMOUTH:
W. K. Jackson
W. E. Wallini:
J . Steinbaeh
A. M. Townley
C. M. Trua
P. J . Wells & Co.. ,
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marriedby
atRev.
the bride's
home
HQUH
Burned.house at Bel.> wert
Wednesday
T. J. J.
W last
g h i Boarding
A summer
boarding
Rev. T.
J.to
J.the
Wright.
! Wednesday
Following aby
wedding
trip
New rnrr o".vned by J. C. Vienieister was
j England states the couple will live at destroyed by fire Monday of last.
! RВ«e*TerВ» Insurance- Money. \
000 and was covered by insurance.
I Michael Mossing of Long Branch Inspector of Airplanei.
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has been awarded a verdict of $1,500
Corporal Willinm Bulloch' of Eng- i
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AVOID TELEPHONING
DURING THE EPIDEMIC
The prevalence of SPANISH INFLUENZA among our
operating forces makes \\ neees^ry that we continue our appeal—"Dont make unnecessary telephone
THE SITUATION STILL REMAINS VERY SERIOUS .
and in certain sections it is necessary for us to ask"4
calling parties if their calls are necessary before the
connections are made.
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DUEING THE EPIDEMIC will you please confine your
telephoning to indispensible calls such as
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accident, death or serious illneis.
2. Calls to and from hospitals, doctor*, • _ t
druggists, etc.
3. Calls neceisitated by the public inter-est-and-wclfareor by-6overnmcnt
• • ' business and war work.
4. .Commercial calls of vital importance.
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Winter Motoring
Means Harder Work for
Your Battery
and neglect.of. the battery at that tiirie may result in'
costly repairs.
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, You -can avoid this trouble .if you give your battery a
small, but reasonable amount of care and attention.
Let u s give your ..batteiV a test—it costs you nothing
and may save you money. We will gladly advise, you as '
to its needs during cold weather, and will make repairs,
if necessary, in the right way at. the right cost. '•
... Pay us a visit t6day.o Find out what "Exide" service means.
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Red Bank Battery and Starter Co.
15 Mechanic Street, Red Bank
Telephone 1036
Camp Engine.r Quit,.,
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George Morns, who has been en-
I John B. Whitton of Long- Branch and - j o b E a n ( l i sn o w w o * k i n g f o r &e p B n n .
I Abram O. Johnson . of Monmouth
: Beach tire on the federal (rrand^jury .
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\ from Monmouth county, for the pres- Long Bnpncher Wounded.
jenfterm.
K. Vafiadis of Long
< .. [ William
j Dog. for Uncle Sam.
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. Branch jvasjvounded while fighting
The government proving grounds |
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His
The Belmar borough council has or- Freehold Man Buyi Farm.
dered sll unlicensed dogs captured
Robert iSherrard of Freehold has
and they will be'sent to the proving j bought the Old Stone House fmm
grounds.
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, neav Imlayatown from Mrs. Mnry E.
Late Cro.. of Slrawberrie..
jF o f f '• ' f l ' e f a i t " contains 280 acres
an
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" has В»fi"eset of buildinKS.
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Charles W. Hun3inger of Imlays-!
town has picked between two nnd ] Pesstor Takea Up New Work.
1863.
three cratas of strawberries from his | Rev. Frederick B. Harris left Long
patph in tho p-;st three weeks. Most | Branch "last week to assume his duof \ f h e berries were distributed i ties as pnetor of Grace church lit New
'mnfe the sick persons of the neigh-1 York. Air. Harris was pastor of St.
i borhood.
(Luke's church at Long Branch.
Killed in Action.
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Clarence Clayton of Asbury Pnrk; Eugene DevereauXj organist of St.
h u been notified of the death of his I James's church sit Long Branch, hus
nephew, Lieutenant Edgar M. Whit- joined the students' army training
hpek,. who was killed 'recently while! corps and lias jrone to Stephen's colAfhtinc in France. 'Lieutenant Whit- j lege at Annandnle, New York.
lock was attached to an engineer rfetci- ~ , . ,
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I John li. Stokes, Jr.. of .Freehold.
r—r Apple Crep (n Howell.
! Krr.duatcd from West Point military
Many of the apple orchards in the • academy last week. The graduating
section around Adelphia, in Howell I class numbered 511, the largest ever
township, produced poor crops of j graduated from the college,
fruit this year, due to not beinir jc
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•prayed. Some of tho farmers took F " ^0 o1 r ?<*' D.vorce.
almost their entire crop to the cider
J ' " 1'ey, a wealthy farmer of Red.
mills.
Valley, near Imlaystown, has been
' granted a divorce from his wife, Lola
Appl.gate—ProWco.
I g, o e y xhe divorce was granted on
Miss Margaret E. Applegate of I the grounds of infidelity.
Cranbury and Alvah Probasco of Al- JD В« " " " Wounded in Action.
lentown were married last Wednesday
Dr. Claude A. L. Lyon, who had
at the bride's home. Rev. J. E. Curry
performed the ceremony. The c o u p l e . . . .t 1 o £ i c e ? a j •
- ^"^ before
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willlive on a farm near Allontown. ! w
Joining
the dental corps of the army,
a
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COXS
Recruiting Office at Belmar.
His wound is not serious.
Major William B. Bamford of Belmar is in charge of one of the recruit- Fbrmtilgdale Man Wounded.
Mrs. J.
Farmingdale
ing offices for candidates for officers'
- B., Woolley
-- • - - of
-- —---•--•-.-training, camps. Civilians seeking |>aE received a letter from her ntfsentranco to a training camp will here- hand saying that he had received a
In order to do that, Furnaces and Stoves must be repaired,
bullet wound in his right arm but
after apply at one of these offices. .
that it was not.serious.
SmokeStacks, Grates and Bricks looked, after.
Lost Part of Thuircb. ,
Clothesline Robbed.
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Now ia the time to have your Gutters and Leaders overhauled
Eugene Griffin of Keyport lost part i . , , , . . ,
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and. Plumbing put in order b afore the cold weather conies. • ' ""."
'of omrthumb while lidjuating aTpririgВ«""'AВ«elothcshne
m
the
rear
of
George
A. M. Morris's yard atfrLong DBranch
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on his automobile a ffcw days ago. A
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Estimates given for New Heaters. Ask-about the p i p e l e s s
was"stripped
one
The auto slipped from the jack which night last week.
Heater. ~
was supporting it and Mr. Griffin's
La.tВ«y^BV Gets His Commission.
thumb was caught under the car.
John P. Lloyd, a Matawan lawyer,
Freehold House Sold.
William T. Ackerman of Freehold won p. cuit. at Freehold last^week for.
SANITARY PLUMBINQ
has sold his. house to V, P. Buck. Mr.
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74 Monmodth Street,
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ADLEM &CO.
DRY GOODS.
32 BROAD STREET.
RED BANK. N. J.
KEEP THE HOME FIRES BURNING
HOWARD FREY
BRIEF
"Oar Chef Knows How
goods and Btor^'fixtures-to
PlainnelS, where h e has bought a
OF NEWS. household
business.
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Sick: Room Weeds
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Held for Mental* Examination.
a commission of $100 for melting a
Tyler Hurley of Farmingdale has
Many times the medicinal result expected of a p r o
piece of property for George Ziegler been held by Judge. Lawrence for an
of Middlesex county.
scription U hindered by not being properly administered.
examination as to his mental condition.
This is particularly true of douches, gargles, solutions for
Gett Jab В» Teacher.
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Miss Mazel Dunn of Ocean Grove To Become a Nurie.
treating the throat or nose, enemas and even internal remehas taken a place as teacher in the Miss Eleanor Rees of Freehold will
dies. Medicines for the nose and throat should have a
Peapack public school. She will enttr Mt. Sinai-hospital at New York
graduate from 'the Montcluir normal next month to iake a course in nurssuitable atomizer. One solution may be aqueous and another
school in February.
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oily, so require different atomizers. Here you will find the
Milting in Action.
Working in Airplane Plant.
correct one to use. In the same way, syringes for enemas,
Howard Lykos, son of Mrs. John
John W. Eyles, foj"merly' mayor of
for douching, for washing ulcers, for sores, for ear trouble,
Lykes of Freehold, was reported as Seabright, is working at the Standmissing in action last week. Howard ard aircraft plant at Elizabeth.
etc., are fully stocked as well as douche pans, bed pans and
was one of n contingent sent to Camp Matawan Man Moves.
many other sick room and
The United States has built up in less than two years a war machine which . Dix last February.
C. f3. Calvcrt and family have
EMERGENCY NEEDS
Boy Scout an Artist.
moved from Matawan to Kcyport.
has proven stronger and more efficient in every way than the one Germany has
Robert TompkinB, an Ocean Grove
hoy scout, hus drawn a picture of
been trying to perfect for more than forty years..
[General Perching which is reproducer!
on the cover of the current issue of
Kniclcerboclcer Pharmacy
the Scout Gazette.
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For nearly forty years Red Bank has been trying to secure a restaurant that
Telephone 12S and 382
INFLUENZA AND PNEUMONIA
Woman Working in Bank.
CLAIM MANY VICTIMS^
would satisfy the needs of her people. Many have come and many have left
| Miss Nellie Harris of Matawan has
Corner Broad and Monmouth Streets
Red Bank, N. J.
given
up
her
job
with
the
Perth
Am-.
The
Death
List
Considerably
Deduring this time, and it was not until boy board of trade and is no'w workcreased , from Last Week, When It
FВ»RESCRIFВ»TIO]SJS
ing in the Farmers' and a merchants'
Was the Largest Known in the
bank at Matawan. ,
County—Epidemic Subsiding.
The epidemic of influenza, which
Working for Uncle Sam.
has been raging in the eastern part
Charles Morris and-Robert C. Con-of the country for several weeks,, is
was established a few months ago did Red Bank have a modern eating place.
over, have given up their jobs in Paul now on the decline, but deaths are
C. Taylor's store a t Belmar and arestill numerous from this disease and
now
working in-airplane factories for its after effects.
Its menu, listing from soup to dessert, is of the best. The portions are | the government.
II. Schenck Stricklin died at the
liberal; its service superior, and the prices—well, they must be fair as we are * Ninety-Four Years Old.
_ _ 1 _hpme__of .his brother-in-law, Robert
Blain
of"Adelphia, Monday of last
Mrs. Mnrtha A. Holmes of Cream
enjoying a fast growing patronage.
Ridge celebrated her 94th birthday week at the age of 75 years. . He
leaves
a widow and a brother arid
a few days ago liy.a gathering of her
children, grandchildren and great- sister. Several years ago he conIf you eat in Red Bank meet your friends at
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grandchildren.
Pai'k.
Boy Badly Burned.
Charles C. McBride, a well known
, have you money in the bank to'pay the
Stephen J. Griffith, ,Ti\, an.Asbury newspaper man, died at Ocean Grove
Monday
of last Week of grip. He
Park boy, w.as
badly burned on the
1
expenses,
face last,week when he tried to,build wag 71 years old. For several years
a fire in a kitchen Btove with excelsior he was connected with the Elizabeth
Journal and later with the Newark
and kerosene.
A Jewjlollars^deposited. with_
News. * • ' .
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Will Carry Pupils in BuВ«.
Winfield Warwick 'formerly city
Abraham Perrine has bought a busclerk at Long. Branch, died Monday
*Our Interest Department
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which he will use in transporting the of last week at the age of 32 years.
pupils of the Vanderveer school in He had never enjoyed robust health
Manalapan township to the Engish- and a few years ago spent several
regularly will put you ,on the SAFE
town school.
months in a 'sanitarium in the mounSIDE, and every dollar you leave there , •
tains.
Exchanged.
Mrs.. Mamie Kessler, wife of
IU Houses
BETHLEHEM MOTOR TRUCKS
-"- will earn 4?o Interest. • -'
Mrs. V. J. Weinges, who owns sev- Charles Kessler of Farmingdale, died
eral properties at Helmar, has ex-Tuesday* of last week of influenza.
changed a house at that place for one The entire family of six persons was
at Montclair and- she "will live at thesick with .the disease at the same
Start your account today.
latter place.
time. Mrs.Kessler was 33 years old.
Mrs.
Julia
Gifford
of
Lower
SquanService Flag Unfurled.
kum died last Wednesday of pneuA service flag bearing 2.1 stars was monia. She was the daughter-of Mrs.
unfurled at West Long Branch Fri- Charles Lafetra and was 22 years old.
day night. An honor flag of theBesides her mother she leaves a husFourt Liberty loan was raised at the band arfd three -brothers.
siime time.
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"MrSf-'Mnry L. O'Hagan of Asbury
Park.' died, last Wednesday of. pneuBelmar Soldier Killed.
BROAD, and WALLACE STREETS,
Stephen White,.. son of John H. monia. She leaves two' sons and two
, 'Heif-soiTJohn died four
White of Belmar,-was reported killed daughters:;
days previously- in the same house,
in action in France last week. He also of pneumonia". • '
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was. a member of the 112thfieldar- Albert Hopkins of Freehold, aged
tillery.
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- twenty years, died atNewarK ThursOcean Grove Man. a Lieutenant.
day week of pneumonia. His parents
Sanford C. Flint of Ocean Grove were . murdered a t Freehold about
ha3 been commissioned a second lieu? two years, ago. He leaves two sisters
tenant in the quartermaster corps and one brother.:
Und has reported at Washington for Mrs. )Matilda Lehy, wife of John
tehy; of OakViurst, d.ied last Thursduty.
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day of pneumonia; following an atEVERY DAY-EVERY
A Woman Crossing Guard.
tack of influenza. She was 58 years
Mrs.^G. William-Green of Mana- old and besides her husband leaves
NIGHT-our splendid
Initeumi •
GearDrhe
squan is now. employed as guard at five children.
the Broad street crossing of the Joh4 Clayton, Jr., son of Dr. John
MOTORJ TRUCKS
lhl
Clayton
of
Freehold,
died
Friday
Pennsylvania railroad at that place.
week of pneumonia. Ho was seven
Belmar House Sole!.",'
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yeai| old. Another child has been
W. Raymond Thorne has bought seriously sick but is recovering.
the house at Belmar occupied by
Mrs. Anderrina Applegate; wife of
is at your command.
Robert C. Conover. Mr. Thorne Howard'J. Applegate of Manasquan,
bought the property as an investment. died of influenza last Friday. She
Call
704 and a first-class
44 years old and besides her HusResumei Business.
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band'leaves six small children.
^—machine
driven by a comRalph E. Thompson' of Asbury
Every detail of a Bethlehem Truck, every working or supporting unit is
William Madza* of Long Branch
Park has resumed his coal business died at the hospital at that place
petent,
careful
chauffeur
right in theory and has been proven right in practice. " Your delivery
after having closed his yard for sev-Tuesday of last week. He Was 29
will
answer
your
call
eral
months
because
of
poor
health.
years old. His parents, four sisters
tem—Bethlehem equipped—will be a sales asset
and two brothers survive him.
Died on Furlough.!i',
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Edward D. . Lewis of Jerseyville
Frank Iayarone died of influenza died
of-last week of pneuOur service pleases the "most exacting—just try it.
last week while at his home
at West mohiaSunday
at-the^nge of 27.years, lie
Ocean-Grove ~ on~~srfui lough"from is survived
-P. O.-B. ALLENTOWN.-PA
by
his
parents,
two
brotiir
Camp Dix. He was 27 years old.
ers and three sisters.
.
October Strawberries.
John J . Kelley, manager of a store
at
Long
Branch,
died"
Tuesday
of last
Fred_H. West, Nilson Slbcum and
BETHLEHEM
i-gge-gf~42-yaafВ«.
, He fnr-BETHLEHEM
g g f y
nimm~H7~ISr6Trt8*TJf^Wesfr~toTiEr
m
E
r 'Long- -wcek-at-thВ«H
t Asbury
A b Park.
Branch have been' enjoying ripe merly livedd at.
DUMP TRUCKS
TIVACTOKS
widow survives him.
strawberries from tltelr gardens.
..' Charles Lambertson died in the Office Opposite Depot, Red Bank,- INT. J. *
Mail Carrier an Artist.
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emergency hospital at Matawiin
Joseph Lackey, who! has been a Monday of last week of pneiimbnia.
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mail carrier at Long.Branch several He leaves a widow, two children and
years, .is now employed as an artist a sister and brother.
SEA BRIGHT
NEW JERSEY
by the Newark Evening News. ;
Mrs. Susan C. Reid,Wife of J. Ar-• • • • ¥ • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
nold Reid of Asbury Park, died last
New Pastor sit Asbury. Park.
ESTABLISHED 1884
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Friday of pneumonia. Besides her
Bev. C. C. Corbin of New York husband she leaves one son. She was
has been engaged as pastor of St.20 years old.
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PRICES ON AND AFTER NOVEMBER 1st
Augustine's churchy at Asbury Park
Corporal William C. Hampton, son
to succeed Rev." A. E. Jensen.
of
Mrs.
Sarah
Hampton
of EnglishTon Chassis
2,^ Ton Chassis
3J( Ton Chassis
town, was listed'among the American
A Chief Petty Officer.
casualties
last
week
us
having
died of
Fred D. Hurley, Jr., of Neptune
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township, has been made chief petty disease .in France.
John H. Dey died at the home of
officer in the navy. He recently took
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RED BANK, N. J.
his daughter, Mrs. John H. Bawden
a course in Columbia college.
of Freehold, Tuesday of last week at
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Undergoes Serious Operation.
the age of ninety years. Death was
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Fire, Life, Accident, Tornado and
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Glass
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John
Clark
of
Long
Branch
died
at
Branch underwent a serious operation
p
p ty
Insuro
Hero is yyour opportunity
o Insuro
at that place on Saturfor a maatoid abscess at the hospital the hospital
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against embarrassing errors in spelling,
d
i f l l i i TgT
irt^
day
off:.pneumonia^
at that place last week.
pronunciation and poor choice of
tack of influenza. lie was 04'years
words. Know the meaning of puzzling
Farmingdale Man's New Job.
war tcrma. Increase your efficiency,
old.
J. Lester Woolley of Farmingdale
which results in power and success,
Miss Anna B. Davis of Asbury Park
They are made right. The standards of construction has given up his job in the Atlantic succumbed to an attack of "pneumonia
&
Pacific
store
arid
has
taken
a
job
in
WEBSTER'S
last Wednesday. She is survived by
for these tires are higher than ever before known in .the John R. Allaire's store.
her mother, one sister and four brothNEW INTERNATIONAL
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tire industry.
B. Van DuBois of Freehold has 'John S. Booth died at his home
DICTIONARY ia an nil-knowsold his farm of 150 acres between near Asbury. Park last Friday of paring tenchcr, a univeran,l question
If you want the efficiency of your car raised you must Hightstown
alysis. He was 7-7' years old. A
aiuL Princeton to Ernest widow
answerer, nmdo to meet your
and two sons survive him.
Hausser of Hitjlilstown.
needs.' I t ia in dnily uso by
be a user of United States Tires.
: J. Edward Ireland of 'Adelphia
hundreds of thousands of sucNew
Pastor
at
Manasquan.
died
Saturday
week a victim of pneuccnfllul mun and women Ihu vrorld over,
All sizes—Fabric or Cord—Sold by •
Rev. H. L, Bvadway conducted his monia. He was 34 years old. A
400.000 Words. 27O0Pai)ea. 601)0 11luslra tlpm. 12,000 Uionrnnhlctil Eiifirst services as pastor of the Mnna- widow and one son.survive him.
trlci. 30,000 (Jfotraphlcuf.Subjects.
squan Methodist Episcopal church • Mrs. Pearl .Wik.off, wife of Henry
G.Wikoff of Freehold,, died at the
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Sunday of lnst week.
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1anamu-l'acifio Exposition.
Long Branch hospital Friday morning
Commissioned a Lieutenant.
REGDUR aid INDIA-PAPER Editions.
of influenza and complications.
WRITE for Sm-citni-n PВ»Bc-.. FJ1EE
William II. Regan of Asbury Park
Jacob J. West, Jr., formerly of
i ociect Maps if you name ttils paper.
has been commissioned a second lieu- Long Branch,'died, nt New York last
O. & C. MERRIAM CO.,
tenant at the ollicers' traing camp at Thursday of pneumonia. He leaves
Springfield M.no u A
Corner Shrewsbury Avenue and Newman Springs Road, Petersburg, Virginia.
a widow, and three children.
Miss Edna M. Peterson, daughter
Kicked by an Auto.
A warm cellar is a poor storehouse. That's why vegeof Morris Petersen of. Mntawnn, died
RED B A N K , N. J .
R. Formim Brower of Freehold Tuesday of lust week of pneumonia.
tables and other foodstuffs cannot usually be kept in the
suffered a broken wrist last week She wns seventeen years old.
Telephone 831
basejnents of homes heated by the old style pipe furnaces,
when his automobile engine kicked
Mrs. Josephine VunLiew of Belmsir
or the more costly" systems. The
as he wiirf cranking it.
died last Thursday of paralysis. She
was sixty years' old. A husband and
Teacher Helps nt Nursing.
Miss Marion Marshall, a teacher in one daughter survive her..
Miss Esther A.'Reese of Asbury
Tho Oricmnl PATENTED Pipclc. Model
the Knglishtown. school, helped to
Manufactured only by tho HOMER FURNACE CO., Homer, Mich.
nurse in the emergency hospital a t Park died hist Wednesday of heii.rt
disease.
She
was
4S
years
ohi
and
Morgan last week.
will radiate enough heat to keep the cellar free from
leaves one sister.
Will Run Brother's Buiineis.
Thelmn V. llnnkins, the thrcc-ycar
• dampness, but will not detract from its natural coolness.
old
daughter
of
Smith'
.lliinkins
of
Gilbert Herbert of Belmar will
Vegetables can be stored with perfect safety.
;
continue the electrical business of his Smi(hburg, v (tied ' last "Wednesday-of
Heat is not wasted with the "Home Ventilator." The
brother Herbert, • who died'recently pneumonia.
scientific principle of design and operation sends all heut
of pneumonia.
units through the combination hot- and cold-air register,
BOSCHEE'S GERMAN SYRUP.
Remodeling a Store.
Wliy use ordinary COUK'I reniedica,
and from there it is evenly distributed throughout the house.
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Herbert
Heroy
of
Belmar
is
having
when Bdscheo's Gprmnn Syrup lias
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Clean, simple and safe. В» Doesn't waste space and
a building nt that place converted in- been used so successfully 'for lij'tydoesn't necessitate a big installation cost. We can equip,
DEALER IN
to two, stores, lie has already leased two yem-s, in nil parts of the United
the stores. _ .
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your residence with a " Home Ventilator" in a few hours, .
Stale's toe couptbs, bronchitis, colds
.settled in the thi'oat, especially Iunc
for a little more than you would pay for a good base
Will Became Undertaker. .
n01
troubles.
It
Rives
the
putioiit
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burner. Ask ua for more information.
Norinnn Peppier of Allentown has
rest, free from-couKhing, \yith
Sash, Doors, Bilnds, Glass
taken a job with his uncle, G. V. Lem-night's
easy expectoration in • the morning,
William O'Brien, Red Bank and Scabright.
ing, iinil will learn the undertaking gives
nilturc В« chnnce to soothe the
and Builders' Hardware.
business.
inflamed parts, throw off the disease,
Bt turt nnl mtj the hwkkl "Fnm Pig h Pin"
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Manasquan Man Moves. ^
- helping the patient to regain his
RED BANK, N. j . .
John CrU.tln.ni has moved-; his -health. Sold by James Cooper, Jr.
THE FRENCH RESTAURANT
Broad Street, Opposite Monmouth
MODERN WAYS WIN! j
DEATHS IN THE COUNTY.
R. H. VANDERVEER
THE FRENCH RESTAURANT
Suppose the Unexpected
Happens
THE FRENCH RESTAURANT
PETER NOG LOW & CO., Proprietors
Red Bank, N. J.
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Broad Street, opposite Monmouth
Iiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
Red Bank Trust Company
I. ASales Asset
BETHP
Bethlehem endurance is greater than the rush
TAXICAB
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test of your busiest season! They will go where you send
them and arrive on time, twenty'four hours every day.
Anderson's Taxi Service [
ZOBEL
ALEXANDER D. COOPER
$1965
$2363
Real Estate and Insurance
United States Tires
are GOOD Tires
A. H.WEST,
A Dry Cellar—Yet a Cool One
WILLIAM O'BRIEN
MEANS
Charles Lewis.
LUMBER,
HIGH GRADE SERVICE •
Approved and Improved
Heating
Plumbing
Roofing
Water Systems '
Copper Work
Earthen and Iron ВЈipe
RED BANK and SEA BRIGHT
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rental of two and one-half per cent
of fhe value, a If money is worth five
l>ei cent, then it is twice as profitable
JOHN H. COOK. Editor and Publisher. -to lease land at 2% • per cent of its
OKOKGK O. IIAUCE, A««ool»to -Editor.
value than it is to own the land cutNotice It. Drive Them Off f
right. The mnn who leases the land People
Business MAnaper:
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THOMAS IRVING BIIOWN.
can sell the buildings and all imwith Dr. Edwards'
Y
provements
un.
the
farm;
but
the
land
- Olive Tablets
Entered a t . the postodice at RedBank, itself shull remain the property of
*f, J.. aВ» agcnnJ-clajis matter.
the state, under the perpetual lease A pimply face will not embarrass 9ou
Subscription Prices!
T
OJM year
II.BO which has been given. When he sells much longer if you get a package of Dr.
Six tndnths
75 his buildings nmi improvements the Edwards' Olive Tablet! The skin should
lease
of
the
land
goes
to
the
buyer.
Tbfec months
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begin to clear after yВ«u have taken the
tablets a few nights.
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Cleanse the blood,the bowels and the liver
New Zealand, which is perhaps the with
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the sucroost advanced of all the countries on cessful substitute for calomel; there's never
TOWN TALK.
the globe, has adopted a different any sickness or pain alter taking them.
of dealing with the land ques- Dr. Edwards' piive Tablets do that
Tlic supreme court of New Jersey system That
country is gradually buy- which calomel does, and just aa effectively,
lias decided nifainat John Flock hold- tion.
up all the land and holding- it as but their action is gentle and safe instead
inn the position of mayor of LOIIK itig;natural
resource
which should be of severe and irritating.
Branch ami has decided that Marshall in possession of the public,
to be held
No one who takes Olive Tablets is
Woolley shall continue in. office as for the public welfare. The
ever cursed with "a dark brown taste."
Mayor." When Long Br<mi1i \vent un- ment is not buying the landgoveniall ata bad breath, a dull, listless, "no good"
dei' commission government and or- once, Its method of dealing with
the feeling, constipation, torpid liver, bad
ganized for business, Marshall Wool- land and the land owner has been
disposition or pimply face.
ley.was elected mayor. Subsequently
out to the mutual advantage
Dr. E d w a r d s ' Olive Tablets are
aii election was held to^till a vacancy of •lied
the
land
owner,
the
government
id the commission, aiul when the newand the public. Every land owner.is a purely vegetable compound mixed
with
< olive oil; you will know them
member took his place in the board required to fix a price on his land.
Mayor Woolley was ousted from liis On the' price so fixed the owner pays by their olive color.
Dr. Edwards spent years among paliouition as mayor and John Flock was .axes, ami there is a provision which
tients afflicted with liver and bowel
l>ut in as mnyoi^in his place.
erniits the cqvernment to buy the complaints, and Olive Tablets are the
land at tlje price fixed. The. owner immensely effective result.
' MayorJ Woolley- contended, that }an increase the price or decrease the Take one or two nightly for a week. •T
when a mayor wus elected by the rice from time to time, as conditions | Set how much better you feel and look.
commissioners under a commission change, but in each case he must pay ]-10c and 25c per box. All druggists.
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government he hold the position to axes on the value he -fixes, and he -X>
the end of his term. He held that must sell to the government at that
the office was not subject to change rice if the government should want
at'the pleasure of the other commis- o buy it. '
sioners, but that when, once the elec* * *
tion of mayor was made, it was per- The United States government is
jimnent unless death or resignation or •ontemplating providing lands for
in city; town and
"recall made the ofliee vacant. Ed- iuch of the returned soldiers as may
country testifytoths
mund Wilson of Red Bank was Mar-wish to take up farming when they
onderful efficiency and
shall Woolley's lawyer, and his argu- et back to this country. Much 'of
economy of the Caloric
ment went into many rarhiflcations. of the land in the South was in a high
Pipeleu Furnace
the case, but it was founded on the state of cultivation before the civil
We've a book of remarkable
general principle that the office of war, but with the abolition of slavery
letters written by Caloric owners
mayor, when once settled by the and the difficulty of financing the
d not in one is- there' A word of
commissioners under a commission plantations after the civil war, the' a nlything
but praise for the Caloric.
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We'd like to ehowr you the
government, could not be "changed by plantations went down and the cultivated
laruls
returned
to-their
primithe board.
tive wildness. There is much land
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which was formerly timber land
This decision seems to comply with, the South and West and Northwest
the principle of common sense. One which has been cut over, and the timof the objects of commission govern- ber removed uud this land is suitable
He Orifbtl hlnUa Kptlm Emit
ment is to give permanency to the for cultivation. In the Southwest
commission. In order to accomplish there is much land which would pro- and have you read some of toe letters
this, the terms of the commissioners duce tremendous crops if it could be in this book.
are fixed at four years. This term is irrigated, and among the projects unCome in and investigate this furnace
Ibst beats tkroath on.
intended to give the commissioners a der consideration by the government
long enough time to carry out a defi- is the building of dams and the connite plan in regard to government struction of reservoirs to irrigate
mutters. One commissioner is placed these lands. In the South there are
at the heud of certain departments great areas of swamp lands, which if
of the government and is made re- drained would nuike farms for more
sponsible for the conduct of those than a million families.
departments. The mayor, in addition
to presiding at the meetings, is made
the head of certain departments and
When the munition factories dose
il
is made responsible for the conduct after the war and when other war
of those departments. If the voters work is no longer carried.on, the peoMa*
do not like the way any commissioner ple now employed in these places will
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carries'oh his department, he is sub-be thrown out of work. The soldiers
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ject to recall.
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returning Home will find many of
their former jobs taken by others,
If a iriayor under commission gov- and in other cases -they will find that
ernment, once installed in office, can reorganization of their former busibe turned out by a vote of the other ness places has enabled the concern
commissioners, one of the very ob- to get along with less help than bejects for which commission govern- fore the war. Women will have
ment was created is set at nought. If taken the place of men in many inCLEARY & RUSSELL
this should have been declared legal dustries. All these things will result
by the suprernejourt, then the mayor h n m a n y men hunting for employ- P l u m b i n g , H e a t i n g
could hftve been put out of his posi-j m e n t.
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a n d S h e e t Metal W o r k
tion whenever the_'\vhim seized the
37 E. Front Street, Red Bank, N. 'J.'"
other commissioners. Instead of a
should
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Every woman who hqught from these tables last week sure did get.spmething
far nothing. I sold perfectly elegant pumps and shoes, "worth now five to-seven
dollars, size one, at75c a pair; size two, .$1.50; sizes 3 and 4 accordingly, $2.25
and $3.00 a pakr.
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ones, sold) I went through stock again Monday and added some fifty more pairs,
sizes 1 to 8. A few only of ones; more of twos; plenty of 3 to 4jВЈ-; a few 5, 6,7, 8;
all of which are real bargains at original ..prices. You can imagirie whaj; they
are at these prices now being sold. This week ends it. .
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Also 1put on Tables at $2.65 and $5.85
Lbtof $5.00 stylish bronze pumps at $2.65.
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Lot of Women's Brown Kid Cloth top, high heel, Bto1 D, 4to7, lace, new stock,
old price, $7.00,.at $5&5
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.12 pairs ^omen's champagne Kid Pumps, old price, $7:50, sizes ,3 to 7, $5.8$.
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pieme -court pointed, out, could be
changed a dozen times a year, or even
every two or three days. .
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DARTING, PIERCING
SCIATIC PAINS
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ating heat, light an.d electric power
and—distributin&JLJ[br hundred^ of
miles in every direction; the con- Give way before the penestruction of dams on mountain
trating effects of Sloan's
streams to convert.water power into
, The <uiestion is- not one of politics, electricity; the deepening of the MissLiniment
nor which of two men is the better j ss ip P i o n d other rivers; the construcfor th
the -—-"•>-position of mayor.. It I tion of canals; and other public enfitted for
which reaches down into terprises of a similar character. This
is ri question
.
do thes : rheumatic twinges and
m t only give employment" to thuSoloin-ache
.Ibtveryroots offlj]6commjssio;ij^ov1
the_commission govi of lumbago, the nerve-
All these, are things~which should 1- o< rehet, the positive resuTfsTflie^lean.
of the mayor,- or whenever the whim
seized them to change officials. This Se undertaken %y the' government. Jineps, and .the economy of Sloan's
Tlie
works thus created should remain Liniment make it universally nreferrtylsituation is not only a ridiculous one
30c, 60c, $1.20.
but it is one under which no com-the property of the public. The coal I
munity' could prosper, t h e mayoi', mines and' all other mines should become
public
property,
to
be
owned
under'constant dangeiyof being fired
but of .his office, would be virtually and controlled by the public, The irunder the control of his associates. rigated, lands and the reclaimed arid(
lie would be -subject to their desires and cut-over . timber lands should j I
and to -their whims. Instead of hnv- likewise be owned by the government. '
iiiK a responsible head to. the mayor's There would be nojustice in draining
departments, of-public affairs, 'there and reclaiming these lands and then
would be a man who must forever be permitting them to drift back into i
shifting his course under the penalty private hands.. These lands should I
of being thrown out of his office in lie bought from their present owners '
caee he failed to please a majority of and the price paid should be the figure'- oii "which v taxes are now paiti.
the other members of *ВЈhe board.
There should be some such system of
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lease-holds as is being established in
This question of firing the mayor New Zealand, with an annual rental
of commission governed, . iuunici- not exceeding- the 2K" per cent rate
iia-lilies has been discussed a good •paid on public lands in Australia.
deal, by municipalities so governed.
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Every Jtime a mayor has conducted his
Q U R policy i. to
olticTr and"Kis~d5irartmenls along" the~ With a pevpetual7lease the holder
.lines in which he believes but which of the lease would be as secure in
^""^ • e r v e o u r
"may not. have suited the other com- possession of all improvements he
clients with a high
missioners, lie has been threatened might miike on the land as he would
reiolre to merit
•with displacement.' It is a good b.e if the title to the land were.in his
their confidence
thing that the supreme court has def- own name. At the rate paid in Ausinitely settled this question. It will tralia he would pay. in rental Only
and gratified apinsure stability of government and it half or less thaii half the amount of
pr^ci.ation.
will, give the mayor of every muiiiei- interest which the price of the farm
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jitility under commission" government would cost him if he bought the farm
the freedom of action which is.nee.es- outright. Such a system would give
AUTO AMBULANCE SERVICE
83iv if the.best results from this form the farmer the opportunity to use in
Choirs and t&bles
of government arc to be'obtained.
other ways then money he otherwise
for all occasions
would have to pay for the,farm. It
EST.H.C.FAY
would give the community u constant
In several stales of the United income ^uBicient-to"pajrilll public
.States the land question' has become. improvements without raisins: a cent
OIIB of the pressing questions uf'tho liy"taxation.
day. In California over two-thirds i
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of. the land suited .'for' cultivation is A1• / •t n,e 3.e a r e
h
out of
use.
In
numy
of
the
>
conditions which
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""than,one
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,.ijujfbiВ»uld, be beneficial to the farmer, to
states one-half or more
fjbe
government
and
to 'the public
bf the land suited for-.raising.-crops
is held out of use. ; liven in Newgenerally. JtAvillbe a loripr time beforee l,leseprincipl
l,liese"principles of land'ownerI:.L>. f
dower
.T<THuy, thickly settled as this state
^ l l r e adopted
d t d in
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is, thVio are over, -one million idlel^'P
this country, but
--,
.•-,.
Zealand
are
pointUClUii.
Jvustralni
and
Ne\v
" course
'
ing thn way
and
in the
of time
which, have been found beneMany countries have begun.to leg- reforms
ficial make their way-from country to
islate against1' ho)-<linfr lands out of country.
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use. . It has become the geiieral opinion in thb.se countries- that it is(Town Talk continued on page 12.V —
agjinst public policy to permit liinds
to he held p,ut of use. These counSTOLE A N AUTOMOBILE."
tries believe that lands, should be devoted lu the use for which they arc GDorge Mode Sent to State Prison for
licit adapted, whether thjit use is for
Three to Seven Years.
liuiiinb.ss sites, for inanufiicturing, for
demure Mode of New York has
homes for the peoplt, fur farms, for
Sloans
Women wanted to take the I
place of men who have been |
called into service.
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Judge1 Liiwre'nce said lie was deter- should try it,"—Mrs.- N. Edmunds,
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Canjuse Igirls over 16 years and women of all ages to
operate machines, trim and examine uniforms.
Especially the women who
have relatives in the Army |
or Navy of the United States f
or Allied Countries.
*v.'r,i.j111 aT:11, fur gra/.ing, or for any been sent to state prison for three to- Now She is Strong and Weil
olIiLT jjuipu.se. -This now idi'n in re- wren years' a t hiud ltibor by Judge
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Ui'id to the hind is nut due to pi-os- Kulif X. Lawrence for steuling :m iuieleyi
nervous,
.Mie,' of population, idr the it].ca h;i* tuinuhil.'. fi-i,m Alexander" h a n d l e r i.r •n rt a"b*l e n 0 C « " - — I . w a s
В»f.
Inurl.-il.-i-i).
M
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d
e
had
been-cm'
appetite,
could, not sleep,
i-'l:im Most iii'lll -li'ibi in tlut.se land:'
a n d w a s alw
a y s *' r ed, so my housev;liH.-h a n ; its yul hut tliinly .settled, ploy.-il as cllnulteur for Chandler 1
'i'lii' legi-Ialion (illiquid tiHM-ei.i^. iii- Tv/o -d.-iys after lie gn|. Die-job hr-j work wan a great effort. After many
l-eiiileil to pi-even! tliehiirm whl'.-h bus stol,' Hi,' autonioljile ami went (,, j other medicines had failed Vinol
_-l>enn .sc|'n'fn otlu-r ciiuiili'its.LjJlo.ff Ni'.ivark \\'ilh it. 1!,. had bi'i'n in ilabuilt me up and made me strong. I .
\'T'v,-;irl; fotrr -drrr~ 'wlifft-'the-^fitic-f"t"' **"'"• good-appetite and sleep--welli'
'iI'mn lioldiiig lands iVul of use.
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In Aii.slniliu there is a .grca'l deal mined'lo put nil end to thn sk-aling
of Hiivt'inniuiit liind. In .some of the of automobilfs if the court could pos- si07.Dwight Way, Berkeley, Cal.
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We
ask
every
nervous,
weak,
runfitdti ;- of Aiisii-alia lc-jcishitlon is un- sibly'do it.
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down, ailing woman in this town to
(li'i ivuy to prevent tlic furllici" sail1
try this cod liver and iron tonic on
o f - i n y of this government land. InGunning Notices.
Kl'Mil of .wiling1 Die bind to_ t h e set'(iiimnnjf-jioticcs on miiKlin and on our jjuarantec to return their money
if
tiisi; the giKiei'iiinent giviВ«t him a' pcr- durable cardboard for .sale at The it-'.y.lA -. i I-.ftlp-them.
jjLJttinl Icitiii.' of tlie lund at.an annual •Itegiati'r- oflU-cl—Ailvei-tiseraeiit.
Jns. Cooper, Jr., Druuglsl, Rtd Bank,
•. .and Drugjijt, Everywhere,. -
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THE REP BANK REGISTER.
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Received fcrnn I#ltllВ« A. RoK-В«
^ ere, cliealc tor luan. on
County i i o t a . . . , '
Received from Formers ana
Mernhiiiita National Bank
for loan on County Mole...
Received from Anbury Park
Trust Company for loan on
county note Adcolvcd from
tied Panic
Truat Company for loan on
county note
Received from Lone Branch
•/Hanking Compauy for lo.'in
on county noto
, May ll.'MlS."
RecelvВ«U from M. Ferrante\
for malntununcG or Slarla
Ferrante at White Haven
Wnnatorlum
Mny 17, 1918.
Received from Theodore B,
Crunnier, County Collector
of Ocean County, clleclt for
nlpe Hold by Freeholder Jtffrtes to. Jackson Township
Freeholder Ocean County.
Received from Elmer II. Gern(i. Sheriff, check for fees
from Bherlff'u ofllco to Mny
10
Received from, ISlmcr H. Our- .
mi, HherlfC, chock for llnea
and conta collected to May
115
Dunlel Martin...
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53 m County Attendance rufletr'a Salary В«nd
47.3 H a m l A. Suydam
87 In
Jac'kaon
Conover,
6 (10
62 Ml
Shrewsbury . . . . ; . . . . ,
67 Bp 474 William R. O'Urlcn
ne I'etridt A, HВ»in....;,.
2*3 J a n e 8. D a v i s . . . . . . . . . . J ' 165 W' 294 Adam Llnzrnayer, Mld25 00
519
Kdward
G.
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12 do
2,000 00 117 F r a n k O a k l e y . . .
25 00 S u n r v l t o r Child Study Salary and E x .
Wardena a n d Matron* Salaries. . (lletown . . ; . . . . . . , . . . ,
5525
118 H a i l e t FIrВ« Co. No. l . .
Of the RMalpta and Plaburaemanta of the County'
pansei.
25 CO
McGregor's
Hxpress,
475 Michael Quirk
45 00
119
Thoman W . A u m a c k . . .
240* Cornelia B . M e y t r o t t . . . )
160 OO
200 00
Ocean
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66 00 476 H a t t l e q u i r k
15 110
of Monmouth for six montlw from January 1,1818,
18,000 00 120 P . F : H a v e n s
403 Cornelia B. Meylrott...
35 00
10 00
Thomas Eeatty. Oceah
288 90 Repairing County ROads and New ROIHIC
121 Albert H. C r a t e . . . . . . . . .
Appropriation For Armerles.
to July %, 1918., CHARLES F. MoDONALD, Coun12-50
James L. McBlvaney',
Built.
122
Ambroso Marks
123
Cai>t. W . L. Autcn
% 2C0 00
Ocean
81 00
25 00
J a n u a r y " 3 , 1918.
ty Colleotor, In account with Monmouth County.
10,000 00 246 Little Silver Fire C o . . .
Court Houso Addition.
Onfiro' Chlafulln, Ocean
10 00 621 M. C. Hunm, Hhrcw.'!-! , . •
Court E x p e n t e i
43 30
244
O. >JI. B r o w n . . ,
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260 411
William
II. Tallnmn,
bury
31.1 00
30 J . C. A c U c r m a n . . . . . — J
C8 SO
HendrlckBOll,
check
for
RECEIPTS,
Levy
Bros.
313
00
Ocean
A.
27 B0 622 J a m e s Maloney, Mldille15,000 00.., 31 J a m e s McCann
201 C7
loan on County note
800 00
January 1, 1018.
Adam I I . Brown, W a n .
263 CO
town
129 r.o
32 A. w . K e l l y . ,
7 80
Balance on !mnd
,.$181,887 CO Received from tho Matawan
S
29.089
21
Thomas
F.
Gii.-vkill,
,
-r,23 Howard Woleott. (Ic-onn
17 :.()
33 Thomus J . Rlley
57 71
bank for loan on County
January 2, 1018.
Ocean
28 00 524 T h o m a s
n e a t t y,
j,000 00- 34 C-eorge H. VanWInklo..
36 ?,1
noto ;
10,000 00
Received from George D.
r.'ttriel: Drennan, Eatoniring County~Htridg4* a n d Salaries
Hhrowafoury ,
. , . fit, '.'*)
31", William D.-Hulao
f.4 K
EocolvOTl from tho Freehold''
Roberta, Collector of Harttown
..,.'
117
50
cf
D
r
a
w
Bridge
Tehdera.
36 Jtihn W. HulHO
525 William S. Iloyer. E a 22 3!)
Mutual Loan Association
tan TawuHblu. for balance
303 r. A.'Burke, Freehold..
42 00
• , J a n u a r y 9, 1018.
37 William IL WUsun
tontown ami Octun . .
30 "•)
4 30
for loan on County n o t e . . . . 20,000 00
of taxau, 1917
• 15,518 7
304
Klwood HoBer.i, W a l l . . .
105 77 520 C. Cunnlufihani, Mana320 Thi-inns Costello, J l a r l 38 Peter Schroeder
41 (В«
Received from C. F . McDonReceived from T. S. BarRu305
Iiarry
N.
Clayton,
Man39 S. T Chnmplon
lapan
41 i'N
I.31O
J
1(1 00
25 CO |
ald,
check
for
loun
on
loo, Collector of RuraHon
alapan
30
00
40 Henry Schocnleln
321 Mi.-h.iel . I I .
527 Pennsylvania It. 11. Co..
Collins.
1
f .11
5,090 00
County noto..
Borough, check for balLeon A. Harkalow, How41 .1. Friuil; P a t t e r s o n . , . . .
Freehold
.11 n 3
freehold
a
n
d
Holmdel
405
C
O
51
r,f,
!
anco taxes,. 1W
6,330 80 Received from E, Allen Hyrea, .
ell
_r,2 50 Repairing County Bridges a n d Salnri<В«
42 Moses L. Johnson
McHenry Sc
62 on I 322 ' Iloi;i>inВЈ,
check Mr-loan on "Connty
Received from It. H. Norris,
43 George W. I'oolc
Nicholaa J. Mulvenna,
FrnHt. Mlddlctown
118 00
of Draw Bridge Tenders,
3,000
00
35
C
O
note
• Collector of. Anbury Park
- ,
44 George Curloy
Upper Freehold
53 00
;23 \V. P . Bailey Co., M a t J a n u a r y 23, 1318.
'
38 ad
Received from New Jersey
City, check for balance
4D Joseph Rue
•Patrick Hartnett, Mlll.iiran
'...
I l l 90
528 Charles C. Nudd, J r . ,
35 00
Mortgage and Trust Comtaxes, 11)17
85,830.0
ZCS 50
40 AuaUu P . Clayton
Btone
141 85
324 .StnU-Kir Lumber Co.,
Ocean
12 :,o
35 00
pany, check for Interest on
47 American Hotel Co
Received
from
Harry M.
Richard Dangler. Ocean
137 50 529 Lodfjr & S m i t h , N e p t u n e
Freehold
27 25 309
61 .Ml
5 00
wllflum J. Bridgo bond:...
57 75
48 John W. Errlclcaon
Wilson, Clerk, chock for
John
Taylor,
Upper
310
530 Atlantic Coast Electric
3 00 i J25 Thiimns Brennan, RarlFebruary 0, 1918.
49 William D. LykcB
feoii from First [District
Freehold
'
28 38
•<*n
?
r
.
3)
2:,
L i g h t Company, N e p 11 11
50 Chester A. H a l n t s
Court, collocted to-'Deo. 31,
Received from J. C. Butphen,
1,131 05
75 (10
311 A. O. Johnson, Ocean..
320 Wlll-nni
H. Bennett,
tune102 i:0
r,* i ;
El Harry N. Johnson
181?
309 0
Treasurer btunalapau town>liddleto\vn
68 50 312 Thomas Coptello, M a r l - '
K. J. Travel-:!, Ocean . .
308 nil
75 00 i
G2 John A. H o w l a n d
ship, chock for 10% cost
Received from Henry SuHoboro
'.
107
35
Colii-ries
Supply
and
327
32 Matthew L a m b , Mana53 Elmer H . C'erun, Slmrlff
EngilBhtown
& Uordon't*
3,000 00 |
leln, Clerk, check.' for - feoa
313
William
S.
Heyer.
BaEquipment Co., Mid/'
i; t,T,
lapan
54
N
.
J
.
S
t
a
t
e
Board
Chil222 22
corner road
from
Bccond
District
C.U54 30.
tontown and O c e a n . . .
297 00 i33 Owen J. Melee, Ocean
ilk-luwn
093 00
dren's. Guardians
February 11. 1918.
Court, cul! acted to Dec,
Miiy2b!'l918."'"
N. Y. & h. B. n . It. Co.,
v
/
3}4
E. Heyer, Atlan& Neptune
90 '.'C,
1.275 41 328 Franlt
Ga C. D o r a n u a McFaddln, .
31, 1917
*
"SJ58 75 Received from Henry SchoenReceived from Harry M. Wll.
Matawan
lO-ftO
tic
164 80
534
Owen J. MВ«lec, Ocean.
425 'Ui
5ff J a c o b
fitclnbach,
Jr.,
leln, Clork, check for fees
Received from Frank WanHon, Cleric, check for fees
L. 8. , Kmmona, Jr.,
T. Burrowes Co.,
/ 315
J. Melee Ocean
District C o u r t
150 00 320 Jt'f.
from Bccond District court
ner, Check for fine Imfrom First District court to
Matawan
37 75 535 Owen
Holmrtel
33 20
12 Ml
.AMIddleton
57 Henry Schoonleln, D i s 108 70
for month of January
posed on M. V. Drown &
April 30' . ;
168 77
316
Gilbert
Combs
Co.,
Free330 John R. Donovan, Mld184 '17
75 50
536
Forman Brower, Ocean
trict Court.
Februnry 13, 1S1B,
Co. by Henry Schoonleln,
Hecelved from New Jersey
' hold
138 73 537 Owen J. Melee, Ocean
(llctown
67 75
300 -|G
G8 N e w York T e l e p h o n e Co.
10 S3
J u s t i c e , for s h o r t w e i g h t s - .
CO OO Received from B . H. Cook,
Central Trnctlon ' Company
John
Lamb,
Manalapan
.
4
G
50
317
331
Joseph
S.
Appltgate,
638 VV.
• " Scott
~
- -a t Hopkins, M
59 New York
Telephone
Collector of Atlantic HighReceived from T. &, Jofrries,
check for bill rendered to
• Middletown
30 00 318 William H. Flltcroft,
9 40>
Co., District Court
awan & Rarltan . . . . .
5!) 10
lands Borough, check for
Freeholder, cheCU for pJpe /
Oct. 7. 11)16 . . ,
4.117 46
Knglishtown Gordons
352 W. H. Flltcroft, Wall..
261 00
639 M. E. Jones, Kalary
60 f 0
CO W a l t e r T a y l o r , D i s t r i c t
balance taxes, 1917
(.573 62
sold to- Township Commit- f
May 22. 191S.
Cornec,
road,
balance
333
•
Edn-nrd
M.
Osborn.
Wall
13
32
540
Sherwln Williams Co,,
150 00
Court
'
/
February 10, 1918.
tee of Freehold Township..
M 00
Received from Keyport Bankdue
I
l
l
11
331
Korninn
Brower,
Wall..
34
D
O
MiddletownShrews61
Harry
M.
WUson,
DisReceived from Samuel Koe/
January 3, IBIS.
ing Compatty, 'for loan on
Hafeman
^Company,
335 Lev.-ls
Lumber
Co., '
trict Court
bury
ntg for interest on bond to
Received from B. R. Hubon,
county note
10,000 00
Brighton Ave. r o a d . . .
1,615 97 5fll Forman
Neptune
.27 '92
February 14, 1918....'
Brnwer, E a - 62 Harry A. Borden, Dis12 50 Received from Peoples NaCollector of Deal Uorough,
Greenwood
R a n k i n,
Frank
Youmans,
141 55 3SC J.
trict Court
tontown Si ShrewsCheck in full for taxca, 1017 69,070 53 Received from M. K. Jones,
tional
Bank
for
loan
on
Wall
66 50
. Wall .-.
10S 00
for maintenance of Mrs.
03' Asbury P a r k Trust Co.,
bury
Received from T. IS. Jeffries.1
county note
10,000 00
C. P. Reynolds, W a l l . .
13 38 542 Monmouth
"31 John
Taylor,
Upper
John
Shucker
at
Uonnie
District
Court
' Contracting
Freeholder, by check of S.
from Atlantic HighJoseph
H.
Conrow,
Freehold :
81 56
Burn Sanatorium
64 N e w York
Telephone
Co., Atlantic
8 m Rficelved
385 110
'
A. Lockwood, Treasurer of
lands National Bank for
Howell
* 66 35 543
338 LmH'r & Smith, FreeCo., District C o u r t . . . :
February 18, 1918.
J.
Holmes
Conovcr,
Freehold TowLJIhip, for pipe
loan on county note
10,000 00
J.. E. Allen, Millstone..
34 36
hold
• 266 50
150
fO
or,
John
M.
Smith
Received
from
{larry
M.
WilJtlddlctown
119 DO
bought for F r e e h o l d
Received
from
Citizens
N
a
James
Dlgglns,
Marl;
339
Cfini-olidated
Gns
Co..
98 CO
son, Clerk, chock for fees
86 Emily HamU
forJ.i'".
Township
В»
'
boro
•
70 37 Board of Prisoners and Supplies Tor
tlonal Bank or Long Branch/
Ocean
92 23
25 00
from First District court to
67 C. S. H . Mount
February 6. 1918.
Received from New Jersey
for loan on county note ,.f. 10,000 00
John E . Emmoiil, Wall
18 67
413
310
W.
F
.
Gravatt,
Fre'e
Jan.
81,
1918
259
00
68
J
o
h
n
J
.
Qulrai
200 35 Received from Freehold MXI683 E. F . DuBols & Co, Inc.
. 87 15
State Board of Childran'a
.hn.d
h'd
....:
240
00
500 CO
69 Churleif F . Sexton
Received
from
Elmer H.
Guardians, check drawn to
27 4't
tual Ij>an Association f.or
851,471 56 684 Louis FlncBolil
3)1 E. J. Travers, Ocean..
217 00
70 Rutlf V. L a w r e n c e
500 00
Oeran, Sheriff, check for
685
John Marquanlt . . . . . . .
order of Sarah U. Harris,
112 1)0
loan on county noto
V. 10,000 00
1 School O r d t r t .
343 City of Asbury Park,
5 75
fees from Sheriff's office to
71 Jacob A b r a m s . .
for relief widow's pension
686 Charles F . Hubbn & Co.
25
i
J
a
n
u
a
r
y
9,
1918.
Received
from
M.
Ferrante
271
92
'NeptuneFebruary 15, 16-18
60 CO
72 A. W . K В» 1 1 T .
738 21
for May, June, July, Au687 W. V. Voorhora
H I ' 'Ml
for maintenance of Marl
415
George L. Glbbs, C u s 343 Dit-.iKlas
Woodward,
65 03
Received from Elmer H.
73 Merrltt B^ KВ«ot
;..
gust., Seirtomber, October,
J. N. Johnson Sz. Hon... . 168
Fcrranto at White Have:
todian
. . . . В» M 63 688
Millstone
246 00
11
70
Qeran, Sheriff, check for
74
L.
E,
Davis
November and DВ«cember,
711 Charles Mount &. Co. . .
- - - 6 00
87-77 .
Sanatorium
416
Daniel
W . Bedford,
344 'Harry Edwards, Man48 70
lines and- costs collected to
relief order ba\ag revoked
75 A. W . KВ»Uy
.-.' Discount, and Interest.
from Chnrles E.
•• —
-Custodian
08 67
aiapan . . . . . , , . , , . * , , ,
4-00
98 SO
'•"
by Court, chocks oacli foe
February IB, 1918
331 54 Received
76 Anna B u r k *
672 C. F . McDonald
494 fjj
Close, check of Jesse A. *
Andrew Johnson, Upper
<17
B. M. Beutell, Custods
345
5
C
O
77
-Frank
Utwit
>
February
23,
1918.
118,00
144 09
37 J2
Howland $125.00, and check
Ian
48 59 673 Howard Vnnklrk
17 00
Freehold
.7 60 I
78 A. P; Clayton
Received
from
Freehold
January 5, 1018.
Election
Expenses.
"•of
Louis
J.
Slellnff
J60.00
418
Tunis
S.
Barkuloo,
Cus7 00 34G D o u g l a s Woodward,
79 William R. LВ«w!s
Trust Company, credit for
Received from George B.
343 14
for old plank bought from
-todlan
, . . ' 172 04 695 Snyder & Roblna
Millstone
16 00
37 00
80 Lester Clayton
Interest on deposit in bank
- Cade, Collector of Allenhurat
696 Vincent Sassano
185 00
25 00 ,.
Highland bridge
419 John H. Allaire, C u s 25 05 317 O. S. Curtis, Shrews81 Michael Dleandlo
to January 1, 1913
8 99
Borough, checlta in full for .
•'
Court
Expenses.
May
2*.
101B.
bury
i..
.
.
.
*
toaian
".
*
66
В«S
US
75
22 10.
82 John W . Scanlon
taxeB, WM...'
• . 27,386 09
Februnry 27, 1018.
. 250 00. .
Recelvod from' Joseph MtDer420
R. II. Norris, Custodian
1,202 18 575 Rullf V. Lawrence . . . .
10 CO I 348 Albert Patterson, salary
83 J a m e s McCann
Received from N . J, State
Rftcolved
from
Frank L.
576
Charles F . Sexton . . . . .
396 38
'
mott, County Clerk, chВ«clc
65 00 421 George
B . Roberts,
14 00 I 349 W. S. Dey, Ocean and
84 John L . M c C o r m l e k . . . .
Board of Children's QuardHowland, Collector Long
93 00
fees from Clerk's office to
Custodian
86 31 577 P a t s y Sarabucheilo . . . .
Shrewsbury
16 7-t I
85 Georgn W. Curley
ianR* relief, check drawn to
Branch City, check an ao578 Merrit B. Kent . . , . . . , .
79 55
Slay 20
<-.
• 1,821 8 1
5,4 00 422 F o r m a n R. Thompson,
43 30 330 W. S. Dey, Ocean and
Sadie. Headden, order for
88 Louis Colanw
count taxes* 1917
22,868 40
78- JO
May 31, 1918.
Shrewsbury
Custodian
269 34 579 John M. Smith
relief. being; revolted by
87 L. J . McCormlck
?54 n I
January 7, 1918.
580 John J. Qulnn
125 00 - - Charles R
Conover,
88 N. C, W a r n e r
court
6 32 Received from M. Ferrante
20. 00 I 351 Owen J.- Melee, Ocean ; 27 77 423
Received from Edward Dilafor maintenance of Marie
15 80
and Shrewsbury
Custodian
128 75 581 Edwin F . Nixon
89
George
Y.
F
r
a
В»
e
19
40
tUHh. Collector of AllenFebruary 28, 1918.
582 Richard Pettie
98 11 424
Ferrante at White Haven
1 ?.5 •
Howard
A. Sutphin,
90 Honce & D u B o l n . . . . . . .
. 9 3 95 352 Owen J. Melee, Ocean
town'Borough, check in full
Received from Joseph McDerBanltorlum
41 01)
.5 00
В°and Shrewsbury . . . .
Custodian
50178 583 William F e a s t e r
91 O. H. N e w m a n . . ,
5 OOI
for taxes, 1K7.-.
4,341 87 naott. County Clerk, pheck 684 Michael J . Spence . . . . .
338-57 425 R.- F . Newman, Custod- '
Received from William T.
.7 00
92 Peter T. Frawley
20 50 353 Owen J. Melee, Ocean
Received from A. C Erriokfor fees from Clerk's' oflice
Read.
State
Treasurer,
185 00
and Neptune . . . . . . . .
Ian
:,::...:
216 88 585 T . V. Arrowsmlth . . . . .
93 Harry NeaflВ«.
15 00
Bonp Collector of Manalato February 20, 1 9 1 8 . . . . . . .
2,557 14
89 44: 426 Edgar H. Cook, Custody
586 Mamie Cotes
check for stenographers'
63 50
94 Warren H. F a i r b a n k s . .
10 00 354 Matthew Lamb, Manalpan Township, check for
March 5, 1918.
fees for quarter ending Ap13 10
apan
:
95 Robert Deapreaux
ian
_ _ 187 23 587 Monmouth Woodwork10 50
balance tux OH, 1917
7,61008 Received from James II. B u t Ing- Co
15 00
ril
30
?
166
66
355
L,
C.
Ayres,
salary....
60
00
96
Patsy
Saratmchello.....
427
Harry
F
.
.
Davis.
Cus14
25
January 9. 1918.
cher,'for Interest on Philip
from Charles F.
15,00
97 Theodore Hampton..~*.
todian '
i
106 65 588 - F r a n k Federlcl
52 CO 356 George W. Elliott & Co.
Received from William H.
Murks' bond to Oct. 14. 1917 •—'• 20 00Received
589 H a r r y N. Johnson
Sexton, Prosecutor, money
64 .171
Ocean
S27 50 '428
98 John W . Scanlon
17 83
Charles Sherman, CusPatterson, check for loan
March 0. 1918.
590 J a m e s McCann . . . . . . . .
taken from Blot machines
32 00'
12 00
23 70 357 Eugene LonВ»street. Wall
99 NJBII Allsor
• todian
67
54
on County note
6,000 00 Received from New Jersoy
591 A. P . Clayton . . . . .-.^>^
12 85 100 Joseph Johnson
42 CO
broken to Sea Bright
40 CO 358 Standard Oil Company,
429
Wllllttlm Mi Ackerson. 1
Received
from
Cora
J.
, Mortgage and Trust Com-.'.'"
•:.'•.
Ocean . . . . * . . . . '
June 3, 1918.
34 30
4 60
44 00
101 Neil Allgdr
Custodian
9 1 2 8 692 John Mulsoff
Thompson, chock for loan
pany, check for Interest on
693 George W. C u r l c y i , . . .
40 03 359 Tlntern Manor Water
42 00Received from M. P* Yard,
102 Patrick A. H a s a n . . . . . .
480 1I'B. A. Sexsmlth, C u s on County noto
....
600 QO Walter D. Farry bond and
5.94
John
Flanagan
.V
44
00
20
CO
money
obtained
from,
sale
24
32
Co.,
Ocean
103
George
A.
Miller
todian
326
01
mortgage ;
Received from John F. Allen,
25 00
696 E . M. Conk ...,,'
00
of old hatteau belonging t o '
44 98 360 James Okerson, Neptune
230 19 431 B.. P .
IOC J. Wesley Johnson
,28
Hendrlckson,
check for loan on County
Rocelyed from' William T.
N . J . State Board ChilJ 13 105 Thomas L. S m i t h . . . . . . .
Zaclc Musden
4 10 361 "Consolidated Gas f Co.
Custodian
177 69 596
S.10O 00
Read,
Stato
Treasurer,
. note
;........
dren's
G
u
a
r
d
i
a
n
s
,
.
.
.
.
Ocean
.
'
.
.
31
38
Received
from
John
;I.
M
c
02
6821
JS
106
,
J
o
h
n
A.
Borden
432
John
N
r
Johnson,
Jr.,,
check for balance of S t a t e
Received from Rose II. Allen,
Donald, Secretary, check for
40 00 362 F. S. Weeks, Atlantic -..
26165
107 J a m e s H. C o n w a y . . : . . .
school t a x . .
/
Custodian
522 10 697 D . G. Rlley Detective
check for loan on County
29,103 28
Bureau, Inc. . . . . . . . . .
hire of Motor truck
•384 80 .
SO 00 108. J. W a l t e r Cottrell.
14 KS 363 W. H. Merritt. Middlenote
433 Grandin
V. Johnson,
1,700 00 Received from Joseph L. DOn:
town
•.
June G, 1918.
3 50
200 00
109 J*. C. A c k e r m a n . . . .
Custodian
В».
147 86 698 A. J . C. Stokes
Received from El wood C.
ahny, Surrogate, check for
George
T.
Rabbins,
* 599 John Flanagan . . ' .
110 Joseph R. W e s t . . .
40 00
•'-'••
2 4 00'.
Tautum, chock for loan on
424 Reuben
G. Strahan,
fees from surrogate's office.
936 31 Received from Henry SchoenHowell .-.
leln.' Clerk, check for fees
237 George A. Parslow.
25 87
':" ' '4 00
:.
County note
2,000 00 Received from M. E. Jones for
Custodian . . . . •
'
119 19 600 J . Walter Cottrell . . . . . .
from Second District court.
238 Lucie P . Houghton
15 DO ar.n E. J. Keach, salary
8B 70
" 20 IE
Received from David E. Tanmaintenance of Mrs* John
435 H . A. Sutphin, Cashier
276 76 601 J a m e s H. Conway . . . , .
David
E.
Tantum.
Upper
602
F
.
M.
Taylor
PUD.
C
O
.
.
.
Hecelved
from
O.
Laroy
Dlek140
65
6 00, .
239 John H. Houghton.
tum, check for loan on
Shucker at Bonnie Burn
436
Leroy
Soflold,
Custodian
61
76
366
Freehold
603 Elmer H. Geran, Sheriff, . 2,000 00
County note
, . 2,000-00
Sanatorium
'
8 00 •' erson, Attorney, check for
437 William M. Thompson
Freeholders' Salaries and Salaries
William Brennan. salprincipal {500.00 and inter150 00 .
Received from B. P. MaulsReceived from William T.
Custodian...'.........
799 34 604 W a l t e r Taylor . . . . . . . . .
.of Officers.
ary . . . :
605 H a r r y M. Wilson ;
est $7.21 In full payment of '
•".
7 5 00
•.'--.
bury, chock for loan on
•Uead,
State
Treasurer,
438
Waller
H.'
Gravatt,
1
Charles
M.
Wyckoff....?
125
00
606 Asbury P a r k T r u s t Co.
Margaret'
A.
Dlckorson
. 7 9 16
125 00 i 368 William Rodney, salary
County' note
6,000 OO check for stenographer's
Custodian
648
84
2
William
M.
Bergen
309.
William
McGantlin,
Ma607
George
H
.
Chandler
.
.
.
bonds
and
mortgages
507
21
3 25
125
00fees
Received from Anher R. Bor166 06
439
C. Gordon Hyres, Cus- 3 T. E. Jeffries
nalapan
608
H
e
n
r
y
Schocnlcin
.
.
.
.
.
Received
from
Joseph
L.
125 GO !
. 75 70
den. check for loan on
Received from Long Branch
' 4 ' B o r d e n A. Jettrey
todian
176 07
S: C. Towler, Matawan
609 H a r r y Werner
.-.
Donahay, Surrogate; cheek
125 В»0 !
12 00
County notq^
6,000 00
Trust .Company for loan on
5 John Daly.i
440 A. C. ISrriakson, CusPublic1 Service' Electric
208 33 I
610 George H . Vanwlnkle .
for fees from surrogate's
0 00
County note
XUcelved fromT5. AUon Hyres,
6 C. F . McDonald
20.000 00
todian
154 30 flU
4
Co.,
Shrewsbury-Mldd
i
a
r
i
e
s
P
.
Worthlcy
.
.
ofllco
6G
Cfl
I
1,683 99
4 90
check for loan on County
Received from- Second N a 7 O. E. Davis
441
George
W.
Oberlander
dletown
.
.
.
•
.
.
.
.
130
68
612 Thomas L. Smith . . . . .
125.00i
Received from Farmers and'
note
•
G,000 00
. 2 75' •
tional Bank of Red Bank
8 E. S. Rue
•».
Custodian
110
45
Charles Lewis, Shrews208 33 '
613- Robert S. Johnson . . . . .
Merchants National Bank
10 H
for loan on County n o t e . . . . 10,000 00
Received* from B. 3. Rue,
9 Martin McCue...
bury
'.
133 61 442 H . A , Sutphin, Cashier. - 148 28 614. William H. Wilson . . . .
250 00 I
for loan on county n o t e . . . . 10.000 00
11 98
check for loan ori County
Received from Asbury P a r k
10 George D. Cooper
Monmouth Lighting Co.
100 DO 1
88 35 443 Nell H? Miller. Custod615 Edward W. Wise . . . . . .
Received from First National
note
1,500 00
Trust Company for loan on
9 05
11 C. E. Close . . . . ,
ian.
•..'
184
15
100 00 '•
William Hower, salary
60 00
616 William D. Lykes . . . . .
Bank of Eatontown for loan
County note..'.
8 90
Received
from
Cnrrio H.
12 W. V. Reynolds
:
5,000 00
444 J. W. S. Campbell, :
'
Forman.
Brower,
Ocean
617
Johft
W.
Errlckson
.
.
.
.
on
county
note
70
00
j
•Bchoonover, check for loan
5,000 00
13 R. F. B a r k a l o w . . . ; . . . .
' 12 15
Received from First National
."•
Cashier .-....;
• ' 372 51 618 .1. W a l t e r Cottrell
and
Shrewsbury
137
00
70 00
on County note
1,000 BO Bank 'of Engllshtown for
Hecelved from l''h-st National
14 ' C. H. Crawfrod^.3 84 '
445
F
r
a
n
k
1*
Howland.
Vernon Woolley, salary
45 00
F r a n k A. Mulford '
' 25 00 !
Bank of Sea Bright for loan
4 80-.. .
fiecoived
from
Sadie B.
loun on County note
16 John W. Hulse
800 00
" •'- " : Custodian "7..;....-.'..
. 1,478 24 619
William Halllday, sal620 Joseph R. West . . . . . . .
83 32 -,
Voorhees, check for loan
on county note
10,000 00
23 John H. VnnMater
March 8, 11118.
32 00"
.446
Charles
R. ' Davlsori,
:ary
.
,
.
„
,
.
.
„
Cieorgo W; Poole .TTV..
on County note
1,400 00 Received from Henry Sehoen208 33
Recelriid from First National
25 Harry ^leafle
02 SO
Custoillnn
.370 33 621
Atlantic CoasE9" Electric
622 J . C. Ackerman
Bunk of Bradley Beach for
Received from Hannah Ti
leln, Clerk, check for fees
148 C. J. Strahan, salary of
56 00
447 John McWood, J r . , C u s - ; ' .
Light'Company, Nep150 00'
623 J a m e s H - C o n w a y
Close, check for loan cm
froin Secbnd'- District court
loan on county note
5,000 00
Clerk
.>.:.,..
36 00
todian
35
89
tune
145
84
83 3 3 '
624 Joseph McDennOtt . . . .
County note
COO 00 for mont4^of February
149 John H. Fitzgerald
116 15 Received from Second Na•
35
50
January
18,
1918.
1
Eugene Longstreet, sal33 33
025 Jacob Stein bach, J r . . .
tional' Bank of Red Bank
414 Henry. E. Ackerson, J r .
Received
from
Harry B.
Received from Henry Schoen 150 -OO
. •
-ary • , . . , , , . , . . , . . . . . . . :- CO 00 448 W m . T. Read, !s t a t e
91 65 r
626
Bobert
S.
Johnson
.
.
.
.
Hulsbart, check for loan on
leln, Clerk, check for judgfor loan on county note . . . 15,000 00 211 New York Telephone Ob
7 .50 .
Treasurer.
S
t
a
t
e
road
Owen
J.
Melee,
Ocean..
173
63
99
12
Joseph" Goldstein . . . . . ; v
County note.
1,500 00
ment case Glenn, L. Berry
Received , from Asbury Park
212 New York Telephone C a
7 00
tax
, . . . . . 120,122 56 -627
Owen J. Melee, Ocean..
176 50
88 6 2 !
vs. Conover Coal & Feed
628 Patrick A. Hagan
. Trust Company for lonn on
213 New York Telephpne Co
Received from Howard Van14 00 •
Owen J,-Melee, ,poean.-.-'
Wm. T. .Read, S t a t e —
275 00 4(9
51 74 I
k i r k , - c h e c k for loan on
Company ;
...?/.....
629 S. C. V a m n a t c r . . . . . . .
: 20 00' county noto
6.000 00 210 W. V. R e y n o l d s . . . . . . . . .
10 oo
T
r
e
a
s
u
r
e
r
,
s
t
a
t
e
Owen
J.
Melee,"Ocean..
105
00
70
00
1,000 00
County note
217 William Bovle
March 10, 1918.
Juno 15, 1918.
J a c k McCormick
43 60
school tux
..311,032 78 630
Jos. L. putcher, NHow075 86 ,
218 William Patten
Received froln Charles P. McReceived from Eugene Honce,
Received from Harry II. Wil631 L. J. McCormlck
201) as
ell
January 23, 1918.
25 55
29 9 3 !
220 Stateslr Lumber C o . . . .
. Donald, check for loan on
for interest on bond to
son, Clerk, check for fees
632 John W. Scahlon
49 78
Monmouth
Contracting
450
George
W.
Oberlnnder,
12
38
!
<>22 Bertram Birch..;Comity noto
10.000 00
March'14, 1918.
25 00
from First District court to
633 John Mulsoff
7 SO
Co,, Atlantic
33 02 ;
Collector, Bank stock
400 00
Recelvod.fram Rose V. llqblnReceived - from • Elmer H.
Mny 31
,
',;..;
1G5 45 223 Standard Gas Company
•52 50
190 00 i
• tax , ; . . . . .
В»104 78 R34 Joseph Rue
Monmouth Contracting
. BOH, check for loan on
Geran, Sheriff, check .for
224 S. B. J e T f r i e s . . . . ( . . , . . .
Received from M. Ferrante
635
John
W.
Hulsc
.
.
.
.
27 • 4 5 ' • ; • •
9
25
i
C
>.,
Atlantic
451
W
.
W.
Trout,
Colleotor,
485
00
County .noto
..,;...
1,000 00 fees from • Sheriff's office to
"225 H. A. FrantsS'Co."
for maintenance" of Mnrje
1
290 26
20 85 ..
Gem-ge Walling. Holm. Bank stock t a x '.
4S3 72 03(1 Isnnc N. Johnston . . . . .
March i s . . . ; . , _ . . . . . J t i i . - . . s i _ 1,104 43 •..Fcrnvnto p.t Whltp Haven
226 Levy Broa
...........
ReceiveU from kfiroy Sofleld,
037 William D. Hulse
23„ 50„ ,, • !.
- 11 01 L
del
, . . ' , , i •..»-,.._.:
52 50 462 P . W. Bedford, CollectColloctor of Avon Hurougli,
Received
from T31mer ~ n .
Sanatorium
. . , . . . . . . . . . . . " — B 00 227" 'Junes- H.rConwayr;.;.-.
-.63S- CoHgrove!s
Detective-.^ :
-3 45 '•
Thomas
Bcatty,
Ocean
7~1>G*~
or,
iBanUTToclrTaTTTT"
131
60
chock in full for taxtys 1917. 18,759-87
228
'
C.
H.
Crawford.
Geran, Sheriff,' check for
Received from T. Edwin Jef-.
• • •• Agency'
3,7(10 27
. 52 50 ,
Loder
&
Smith,
.
Nep*
453
W
m
.
M.
Thompson,*
Received from John McWood,
'
fines and costs collected to
229 JIary McGnwan
fries, his check and check
639 Gosgrove's
.Detective ,
110 391
. tune"••••u.iij
3 S g •< !
Collector
Of "•" Monmouth
;
-March-lBn , . . . , - . , „ , . . . . . . . . . . .
i3Q\HlimGlblLn
- 1 8 10"
—306-93OrEr~CIBH67 M a t a w a n . .
7 ' t a x . . . .'7.
r.S.
"i;"076~7T - ' ~- — Aeeney~.-r;-; ,—T-rrrrm
Beach Borough, checks In
. •
March 2071918.
24
" 400 S. C; Towler
old potatoes sold . . . . . . . . . . *
640 John H. Houghton . ' . . .
156 53
H.
B..
Pitcher,
Middle454
F
.
R.
Thompson,
Colfull for taxes, 1917
12,47109 Received from Asbury P a r k
Lunatics and Epileptic . P a t i e n t s .
Received from John H . Van641
Lucy
D.
Houghton
.
.*..
.
15 00
.
dletown
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
-250
00
' •
lector, Bank stock lax
868 OS
.Received from Joseph L. Donand Ocean Grove Bank f o r ,
m a t e r for Interest on bonds
1''5 I j . J. Suites H o s p i t a l . . . f
26 57
om.'Oeoi'Be A. IMibluw ' . . - ' • ' • . : • "IB till
—•ahayr-SurrogatOv" chock--Xor-,
i
'
40rВ«09-0O
643 Charles S: H, Mount
:, 1918.
25 00
Co.,
Eatontown-Maw
.or;
F3ank
stock
c
n
x
.
.
.
241
79
foes from Surrogate's office, i
157
N. J. S t a t e Village t o r
Received from .the Monmouth
'Peter T. Frawloy
Received from Tho Poole Cqr21 00
•awan
5$0 9] 456 Frank Ij. Howlnnd, Colto January 9 . . . . . . . . . L ._....
.COS 31
County - Sinking Fund Com. Bl)i!ei>tlds . . . V , J . . . . . .
732 98 i 393 ' Stateslr
uoratlon
for old plahk
Freeholders' 'Salaries .'and Salaries of
Lumber Co.,
lector,
Bank
slock
tax
2.S20
63
mission for loan on County
Received from F r a n k L.- HowCoroners'
Fees,
Poat
Mortems,
• bought from Qoose Neck
Officers.
Freehold
'
IS-87457
Chnrles
R.
Davlson,
lanO; Collector
of
Ijong
'Autopsies, E t c .
. note
•.'.
5,125 00
bridge . . . :
:..:
.545
Charles M, Wyckoff . . .
Lumber Co.,
125 00
-: Collector Bank stock •
*
Branch City, check on a c )27 Fred'E. Farry..,......?
35 oo; '39I Conover
March 22,' 1918.
J u n e 19, 1918.
• Rarltan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-17 00 ' •••' tax.
125 1)5
053 43 •54(1 - T . Edward Jertrlcs . . . .
count .laxoB, 1917
25 00 ' 393 Thomas
5,000 00 Received from JoHoph McDerr
528 Charles J. Oremor...'...
Received from Thomas Dowd
Urennan,
Rar-547
William
M.
Bergen
.
.
.
.
125 00
.458
John
I
t
Allaire,
Collect30
Kecelvcd from L. T . Newman,
mott,- County Clerk, check,
129 F. Leon .Harrlrt..,..,...
oo;
, for old Uon bought from
itan
..;...
-121 90 .
.125 0 0 .
;
. or, Biink stock t h x . . .
114 32 548 John Daly
12 7B" SSti C5ood
Collector of Hea Olrt Bor-.
for fees from Clerk's office;
120, .1. Frank Patterson
,,
bridge
n
t
.
Atlantic.
HighRoads "Machinery.
..-•*"
549 Horden A_ Joff roy , . , ' ,
125 DO
459
D.
R.
Richmond,
Col•
o'O-i
ouffh. check in full for
to March 20.•.-.. _ . . . . . . . . .v.
3
131
Jacob
Abrams..,'
11671.82
lands'
....A..........
-60 00
Company . . . . < . ,.,..- M .^/ "* ""3.77 60 .'•""• lector, Bank sfoolc t a x 2,820 63 550. C. F . McDonald . . . . . . .
398 3,1.;
taxos, 1917
,.-...
25 ' 0 0 I 397 Loiils
В«,533 69 Received from * Margaret A.
132 Arcowsmlth - B r o s . . . . . . . Recelvod from P . F . Dodd for
. J. - Selllrig,' Mid55K.O, E. Davis , . . . . . . . . . . .
100 00
,400 B. V. Poland, Collector,
2 9 9 77 1
Received from Grandin V.
Gickertfon, for Interest on
233 Giorge D. C o o p e r . . . . . . . .
fine* collected In suit of
dletown
Shrewsbury
•
15
00
..,..,.,
150 01)
Bank Htock t a x
, 75 48 552 E. S.Ruo'
10 00 1 j JOS Louis j : Selling, Mia--•••-.-« — - •
Johnson, Collector of Highbonda
..,.
.••
12 SO
134 Clifton L. Morris...-.,...--:
Sealer
of Weights a n d
553
CJeorco.D.
Cooper.
.
.
.
.
.
250
(JO
Of)'
461
Noil
H.
MUler,
Collect,
!
landfl Borough, cUeck on
25
,.
•
March 28, 1918.
135 J. G. S a v a n n a h . . . . . . . . .
Measures against'George G.
dletow.n - Shrewsbury • 4.78 00
-208 .33
6 60: 399 Forman
or, Bank stock- t a x . .
282 09 ' 554 Martin McCue ...*...'.
8,166 05 Received cash for long disaccount taxes, 1917
136 C. H. C r a w f o r d . . . . . . . . .
Titus . . . ' .
Brqwen, Eaton.555 H u r r y Ncnflo
..rf.
208 53
.25 00
462..
E
d
w
a
r
d
Dllatush,
Col• B0
Junuary 12, 1918.
tance phone call
-..*.,.;
Burial
Deceased
Soldiers
and
town. & Shrewsbury.%2r880 *00
Received from Elmer H . Oer112 60
lector, Bank stock tax ... 405 69 566 C. E. Closo
• " Received from Graadin V.
April 3, 1918.
Headstones,
S Vanlcer, W a l l . . , .
252 90
an, Sheriff, chock for fees
110 00
557 W, V. Reynolds . . . . . . .
50 coi .400 E.
Johnson,
Collector
High2S2 Fred E. F a r r y , . .\ . . . . . , $
463 E. H. Cook, Collector,
Received i from AHbury Park
Chester
M.
Truex,
407
from SherifCs'office t o J u n e
40 00
5C8 R. F . B a r k a l o w ' . . . . . . .
lands Borough, check in
Tuberculosis
P
a
t
i
e
n
t
s
.
and Ocean Grove Bank for
Bank
stock
t
a
x
510
45
Ocean
6 00
15
В»
, 735 44 .124
559 David Buck
. ioo oo
full for taxoH, 1917 . . . ^
3.002 34
loan on County note
; 15,000 00 Received
Whlto
Tfayen
S
a
n
a
464
R.
H.
Norris,
Colloctor,
from Elmer H. Ger4S)5
25 09
•Rocolvod from Bornard V.
torium
'
$
Recolved from Anbury Park
Bank stock t a x
3 149 94 560 J o h n W . Hulne . . . В« . , . .
J13.970
74
an,
Sheriff,
check
for
fines
645 Michael J . Kelly ;
407
110 00
Poland, Collector of Bradley
Trust Company for loan on
405 Bonnie Burn Sanatorium
465 W. H. Gravatt, Collect'
and costs collected to June .
50 GO
Beach Borough, check In
County note.
County T,ax Board.
6,000 00
or, Bunk stock t a x . .
256 19 C46 J o h n H . Fitzgerald . . . .
pairing County Roadl and New
893 62 137
824 Olenn L. B e r r y . . . . . . . . .
147 PS
full for taxea, 1917
125 00
26,870 45 Received from First National.
Charles U Stout..t
400 W. D. Hulse,' Collector,
Roads
Built.
Received
from
KeansburK
95 81
S29 . H e n r y K. Ackerson, J r .
75 00
Received from MIHH A. A. McBank of Seabright for loan
188
Howard W. Roberts.
•
i
B
a
n
k
stock
t
a
x
S04
07
January
9.
1918.
28 (••0
Court House a n d Jail Expenses.
on County note
6,000 00 • National Bank for loan on
139
Richard W. H e r b e r t . . . .
Clces; on account of main467 Howard
A'.v Sutphin,
Charles
W. Butcher,
' .
county note
10,000 00
47 4 5 ;
676 C. E . Close . . . ' .
nn
' tenance of EHen Lofteraon
Received from Harry M.. Wil140''A. L. Wins
.'..
Collector, Bank stock :
Howell
?
{
24
00
73
•
Received
from
Farmers
a
n
d
12 S2
son. Clork, check for fees J 141' T. FranK Appleby
/ '
a t - N . .J. Stato Hospital
90 00
tax
1,369 09 677 S t a n d a r d G a s Co. . . . . . .
1
A.
J3. • Chamberlain, V
Merchants National Bank
678 M a r y McGowan
from First District court to
50 01)
Contingent Exponaes.
Received from Soacoast Trust
Millstone . , . . .
20 00 46S E. P . Hendrlckson, Col368 15 -of
Matawan for loan on -------- -March 31,- 1918
...-.
l-В«S.i 24!) C.
102 03
Company, crodit for Inter142 d , V.-DuUols ft S o n . . . . >
Jectgr,jtank_stqck
tax
133 38 679 Gilbert Comb's Co.
J
e
c
t
o
i
v
B
a
n
l
t
l
s
t
q
c
k
t
a
x
.
M
a
a
w
a
n
^
.
Clos
C.
E.
Close;—Motawanr^
15
00
•county
note
10,000
00
i33;
- 6S0—Edward -M—McChesncy. : 16 as
- . out on. deposit In bank to
Recolved
from
•frank 13.
143 Edmund 8. R " u e , . . , ; , . .
250 .1 a-nve.tr
McCormlck,
Board of Prisoners and Supplies for Jail. 681 D. V. Perrlne . . . . . . . . .
Becelvcu from Freehold Mu•*
Heyer, for interest, on bond
J a n u a r y 1, 1918
144 Charres C. Schock
January 23, 1918.
Holmdel
30 45
tioimuei
•
. 81 w
to March I, 1918.. .^MrTmr- 100 00
January IB, 1918.
—145-G. B. Harkalao
-605 O . B. llnhoney
17-94 682 William Clblhi . . . . L i J J J _ U 0 0 65
t,Vt—25-1—Jossphi-W.
T
h
o
m
p
s
o
n
;
—
loan
oil
county
note
.
.
.
'10^000
00
8-7
154 Chailes J. Strahan
** \
Received
from
Goorgo IВ«.
Recolved from..Joseph h. Don47 45T o T w t i l i a m Bovle ;77.~777T
30 00 600 F, T. 'Burlco
16 31
Middletown
Recelvod from F i r s t National
.
46 •^i ! "
710- S.
B
.
Jeffries
G Ibbs, Collector of West
ahay, Surrogate, check for
221 Michael Q u i r k . . . i
507
C;
H.
Snyder
&
Son
.
.
r
*
T
21
59
. - ' 60 35
K . -Clayton; Mill-Bank of Bradley Beach for •
Long
Branch
Borough,
fees from Surrogate's ofllce
231 C. E. Close
r.e ;„<! 252 B.
COS H . Richmond
12 91 Coronei-'a Fees, Post Mortems, Autopstone
12.25
1
loan
on
county
note
.
.
:
.
.
.
.
10,000
00
check for balance taxes,
233 George D. Cooper.
sles, A c .
to April 1. 1918
1,195 63
229 77 I 253 William
Discount and Interest.
J . Oiiborne,'
Received from Asbury "Park
'
~
1917
, 234 M : \V. H o l m e s . . . .
10 00 1
4,947 62
April 8, 1918.
11 00
90 83 674 Ellnabe.th Nowack
54 78 618 Matilda Hendrickson . .
•Wall
•:
Trust Company for loan on
Received from E . It. Cook,
235 Trubln Uros. & C o . . . . .
• 5 60
675 Harry J . B o d i n e . . . . . . .
Received
from
Georgoanna
30 00
Election Expenses.
' 254
Max
L
a
m
o
n
t
,
Howoll..
56
65
county
note
10,000
00
60
!
Collector of Atlantic High16
VunScholck, for interest on
236 Keuffcl & Ksser G o . . . . .
692 E. K. Duliols. & Co. . . .
255
Joseph
Nevis,
Freehold
S OO
515
Oceanic
Hook
&.Ladder
47
75
J u n e 22, 191S.
lands Borough, check on
100 oo; 256 Thomas Dowd, Middlebond
02 GO
402 O. B. Davis
'..,...
Co., No. 1
25 00 712 Edward Cashion .-.,.-..
-6 OO
Roculved from Lembeck &
414 Henry E. Aclccrsqn, J r .
account Uuoa, 1917
713 John W. Flock . . . . . . . .
17,359.20 Received from Henry Schoen•15,
- . town
-.
138 25 510 George
B.
Holmes,
•
25
00
Betz
Brewing
Company
Stationery.
January 17, 1918.
leln, Clork, chock for fees
257 Thomas H. Daley, ManClerk
•
CO 00 Burial Deceased Soldiers and-Henricheck for payment ofjliter73.il
Received from Henry Horn,
from Second District court
146 B. O Bacon
$
stones.alapan . . ' . . , . . .
75 25
Court Expenses.
est on boiKl of Mary E.
09 4
for maintenance of Wil20
00
112 5В»
147 Joseph Atkinson, V. M.
to April 1, 1918
693
Snelbaker
&
Donor
.
.
.
.
•
2ES" John
Stnnlcle, Millstone'.
62 50 477 Rullf V. Lawrence ,
250 00
Bennett to J u n e 13. 1918 . . .
358 31 199 B. F. S. B r o w n . . . . . : . . .
,19 ?,
lielmltm Horn at N. J . Stato
April 11, 1В«J18.
20 00
251), I s . J. Wells & Co.,Ocean
6 15 47R , Charles F. Sexton , . . . .
250 00 6SI' Wllllain Malchow
Hospital
J u n e 25, 1918.
as <j
20 00 Received from Franklin TJ.
215 B. F . DuBols & Co
• ... .Tuberculosis P a t i e n t s . *
\Villlam Cahlll, M a n tt!DO
479 John J. Qulnn
130 00
Received from Joseph McOrofE, for Interest on bond
Printing^
Received
from
Elmer H.
alnpan
,
48 13 4S0 ' John M. Smith . . . .
62 50 091 White Haven SunatorBO 4
Dermott,
County
Clerk,
to March 7, 1918....".
75 00
Geran, 'Sheriff, clieck for
155 Engineering N e w В» . . . : . . $
521 TiO'.
201 William J . Matthews,
.481 H . o . Walters
'7 00 •' , lum . . . . ; ,
1 !i
check for foes from Clerk's
. '
fines and costH collected to
ISO ,J;'L. IClnmonth.
Uncotvt'd from Anne A. McCounty T a x Board.
Howell , . . . . . . * : . .
•
88 50 4K2 Benjamin T. Graham .'.
15 00
1
829 31
CICCH, for maintenance of •
Jan. 15, 1918
...
dttlco to Juno 20
1,800 99 200 Atlantic H i g h l a n d e r . . . .
i ~
..
Shrewsbury—^.—„..;
151 27 •483 Mrs. Robert Hubble . . .
20 00 661 Charles L Stout
Ellen LiefferHon ut N. J.
401 Alanmaulh Democrat...
109 s
V Received
from
Elmor -H.
Received from Freehold T r u s t
263 John Tansey, Marlboro
258 44 481 Joseph It. West . . . . . . .
24 00 ВЈ>G3 Howard "W. Roberts . . ,
Stuto Hcmpltnl
118 00
.404 Red. Bank Register.C5 1
. Qeran, Sheriff, 1 check for
Company, credit for InterContingent Expenses.
2G4 Martin .piBglris,1 Marl4S5 City of Asbury "Park .•.
17 49
County Clerk's Office—Salaries,
April 17, 1918.
fees from Hhoriff H ofllco to
est on deposit- In bonk Court
• boro ../.
'
54.'34 480 John A. Howland"
- -75 00 64.1 Michael .1.: Kelly
872 14 Received from KVeohoUl Mu. Stationery, E t c .
houso addition nccount to
Jan.'lG, 1918
697 George IJ. Coopor
205 Joseph Reynolds, H o w 487
J
a
m
e
s
McCann
.".
'
24
00
tual
Loan
AflHuelutlon
for
January 18, 1918. ,.
May 1
,
o 08 10 Edwnrd Taylor a n d a s , ell
•' 21 20 48S 15. M. Conk
18 10 698 J l . W. Holmes .",.•
lo/tn ong^oumy nute.
, . 15,000 OD
sistants
,
$ 1.S69 1
Received from E. M; Beutcll,
Juno' 27, 1918.
C99 Michael Quirk . . .
200 G r a n t Reynolds, H o w e l l .
15 00 489 N e w York
Telephone.
24 loseph McUermolt
458 3
Received Ti'om hong Branch
Collector of Nentuno City
Received from ' W i l l i a m T.
'
700 13. S. Rtlo. . . . / . . .
'207
V. Gllckman, Freehold
Co.,
2nd
Dlst.
C
o
u
r
t
.
1
2 75 701
Trust
Company
for
loan
on
150
Stewni-t
Warren
SL
C
O
.
.
*
3.7
Borough, chock for bnlanca
Rood.
stato
Treasurer,
Harry. Ncnflo
208 M 1 c h a e 1
MulvlVUV490
•
N
e
w
York
T
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l
e
p
h
o
n
e
42180
Comity noto
15.000 00
151 Joseph Atkinson,
Atkinson. P . M.
M. . 140 0'
tnxon, 1917
checks for stenogra pliers'
' •
C: E. Close
Shrewsbury
;:•;•
31 25
Co., 1st Dlst. C o u r t .
, 6 80 702
Received from Kocond NaReceived from It. I1*. fcTewmi\n,
152
J
o
s
o
p
h
McDormott,
703
Charles ^legler . . . " . . . . .
2fif Isaac McDonald, Howell
77 70 491 Lot-tor Clayton V
'o«»
•
•..
" I 11
,
.<
30
00
tioiml Bank of Red Bank
Collector
of
Mnnusquiih
Htavuiis. etc
105 So . 270 ' W. T . Applegate, H o w - '
S29 Henry E. Ackerson, J r ,
492
H
a
r
r
y
Nendo
.
;
.
,
10
00
for loun on County n o t e . . . 10.000 00
Borough, chock for balGrover. Bros. Inc
_ 13 75
ell
:,......
Stationery; •
80 11 493 W . H . F a i r b a n k s
. $1,295,872 10 113- Surroflato'a
••",. • 10 00 fio2 Charles H.
ance taxes, 1917."
from
ItJlmcr H.
Office—Salaries,
1,075 DO Received
Fox . . .
271 David K T n n t u m ; tTpner •
*87
(Jeruit, Hherirr, choi'k for
DISBURSEMENTS. „
;
Stationery, Etc.
Recolvod from William T.
Freeholders* Salaries ' a n d S a l a r i e s ' of
C90
E.
G.
Hucon
,...
Freehold
.
.
.
.
.
,
•
.
.
.
'
.
.
.
.
..
6
12
,51)'li8
teen from Slieritt'a olllco to
. Board of Prisoners and Supplies '
20 Joseph L. nmiahay
t
46S В«:l > 272 enrol White, ,-Ncptune,
Head,
Stato
Treasurer,
• '
Officers,
' .
•
Printing.
April If...
705 El
For Jail.
cheek for 9Q<*. Stato HCIIOOI
37 John A. Deliuclie
lOOllfli -.
470
Glenn
L.
Berry
.;•....•'.'.'
126
no.
1147
.
JEc>renu
Itros,
Inc.
*
.
.
.
,
' S h r e w s b u r y a n d Wall
7s in
107 00
Jaminry 9, • IMS. ,
taxes, yutir 11)1".
279,923 CO Received ' from . Elmer II.
28 Iianlel \V. I t o h b l n s : . . . .
8.1331, 27.1 D. , D . Leftirson,. N e p 513 J o h n H. FitKficrald . . .
' 5 0 00 (MS MoniJioutlv Demo'cr'nt . .
'23 f,7
201 Vh'Blnln Patterson
|.S
C urn iv Short if, chcfilc for
January 21, 1918.
.23 1G
29 r,cs.ilc 51. iK'llc-tt
75 00 i
514 R . F . Barkalow
",40 00 lit!l J l o r n i u Hros I n c
tune, Shrewsbury a n d
-42 'M
202
D. 1-3. Mahoney
,i.
flneH nrtfl COHUI colk'ctcd to
4933
Sheriffs Office—Salaries; Service
Rerolvod
from
Frank Ik
'
Court
House
and
Jail
E
x
p
e
n
s
e
s
.
W>0.
1'.
J
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Devlin
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.
.
r, r,()
. Wall •.....»
,
;:..
April 15
S03 H. A. F r a n t z Co
9 75
1,204 03
of Papers, Etc.
- 'Howlund,
Collector of Long
497 B o r n o Ecrymser Co. . . .
29 99 GS1 J . A. Lewis
274 Albert King, N e p t u n o ,
s 15
S5 32
Received from New Jersey
Branch 0 City, chock on nc17 lilmer 11. cicrnu
; . . $ 45S 33
S. B. Jeffries- . ^
...
7 4 5 0 825 Ko'd Rink l e g i s t
201 Chnrles'Mount * C
S h r e w s b u r y a n d Wall
34 25 -4C8
SS
44
Stiito Hoard- of Chlldron'H
19 85
' count taxes, 1917
... -5,000 00
•13 W. 11. o ' l l r l e n
12."> 00 275 E.-13. Vunscholck, Hoiv490 IV..-V. itoynulda
- 56 911t o u n t y Clerk's Office—Salaries, 61.1i!0r> Jiimea ,T. Kllcnminina...
Guurdiana. clicch.s drawn to
40 63
January 23, 1918.
1!) J. A. Uutcher
ICC Oil
20(1 LfftilH Fincgnlil
•
e i i
• ; . . ; ;
102 50 COO N e w York. Telephone
•tlonery,
&c.
order
of
Hindu
Nuwinun
for
•
Recolved from D. Pcrrino
12C 75 . 20 llnzcO A. S n y d a m . . , . . ' .
75 00 270 A.
Co.,
8S 03 502
207
William V. V o o r h e e s . . .
C.
Welclerholt,"
Edward Taylor anil lisrollof of willows' pensions,
Miller, check for loan on
32 69 181 Joseph IV W e s t . . .
10 00
Lunatics and Epileptic P a t i e n t s .
208 I I . Ulchinons
Shrewsbury
slytai'ts
;
fi^.[
i,6
County noto
2,000 00 order rovokod hy eoul't, eix
202 60 182 Charles O. D a v e n p o r t . .
- 6 1U • 277 Jllchaol Lamb,. Manal- .
(90 N.-',T. SUlte, Hospital . . ' 27 25 574 Joseph MrDt'rniott . . . .
20ii ,T. N. Johnson & Son..."
45.S VI
chcclm for $211.00 each
132 00 210 If. T. Burlce
Received from Joseph Nevlg,
139 17 183 Ccoi-Ko II. V n n W l n k l o . .
3 50
npun
'....30 55 644 11. IT. Johnson. Trens653
Imperial
MfR.
Co.
..
a
7ti
ctieck for loan on County
RecolviuJ* from John Daly,
60 DO 181 Joseph ltiuI - 2 00 27S Alfred Hnrdy & Son,.
urer
1.923 00 ВЈ51 J o s o p ii
211 Holmes Patterson
0
Mi-l>ormott
note
•
• > 5,000 00
Freeholder, for old v plank
24 85 1ST. I i m r a llcC'ann
12 00
Mutawan
25 Si, Coroners' F e ? s , P o s t Mortems and Au10. F . Dullols & Co
, , (stimip;-, . t r . )
fill
70
sold off Parker's c r e e k . . . . . .
15 00 215
Rncolvcil from Dinie D. Hon123 75 1SR Joseph . J o h n s o n
10 OS 271) Charle.s \V. Applegato,
219 John Marqunrdt
635
Llmvn'-tlme
Mf|;. Co.,
'
topsies.
Received from Anna T. CiardrlckHon, Bcxecutrlx, checR
9 C6 •187
P n i r h ' k A. l l w i n
! ««
195 00 491 E d m u n d - S . Rue
FreehoM
-...'.
222 B В» t r n i n lllrcli
Inc
ID OO
r,0 00
rlgan, Truntco. for Interest
for loan on County noto...., s 6.000 00
1SS
William
It.
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n
.
i
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.
.
':St
C
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I
280
KumdnrdOll
Co.,
Free-'
Discount and Interest.
495 V. U-nir Harris . . . ; . . . .
50 OOS u r r o g a t e ' s Ofllce—Salaries, St.itlone.ry,
on P. H. GarrlRun bond...
50 00 102
Jnnuary 29, 1918. '
IS'.t
llcnnlt' II. Wliltc'
i;0,(>o
250 00
• hiild-i
12 Oi
Ashi-r It. llnrden
$
Tuberculosis P a t i e n t s .
Ac.
April 1H, l!HH.
inn. 10. (!. l-'ttriiKUi
I'l'i'li
Received from Joseph Mo20(1 (HI
1113 H. P . Muuisbury
2S1 .Standard
Oil Co.,
f,20
Uniniie Itiii-n Sana'lor.ri70 Jiiveph L. I)nn:iji:i.v . . . .
-iM n
Received from V. II. BchroDermott,
County
Clerk,
27.r, 110
l!u
c . II. i-'nx
:iii mi
311 S5
•Sllrew.sbury
:
.
Kil
Walter
II.
R
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.
.
.
.
.
.
.
111irt
'.
'
144
00
50 00 Hi.", llmo H. Allen
f.71
J
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h
n
A.
I
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t
ni'hi'
1IIK mi
nmuji, f*В»r Intorost on hrmd.
check for feen from Clerk's
Jll'J
(i.-oruA.
Miller
'.
21
On
2?"
Htandard Oil
Co., Up,..
—:
\ Contlnyerit Expenses.
April 22, 1K18.
r.7J i i a n i . i w . n u b b i n s . • . . .
m I;I
officer to January 20, 1918...
1,735 06
13S 2 1 JВ»3
I'.arnoj- rVllman
15 00
per Friw'" J ld . . . * . . . ;
2 I "j 511 KSt. W. A. F o u n t a i n . . .
I
fill
John
F.
Allen
-.-15
00
T,7:i
ll.'.'isli' M. D . l l c t t
7S 10
lornlv^il
from
O cargo- R.
Received from M.E. Jones for
1'1'lf fill 1!>4 )•;. M. Conic
20 00 2SS Alward
v.
Fornmn,
Ili7
Jiweph
N
.
v
l
s
f,12 A. D, Cocipi>r t
7 &S ShLM-lfr'a
jltbgcrK, check iur proceeds '
0lfii:c^-Salarlc8,
6ervlco
iT
maintenance of Mrs. John
20
0
0
i!ir>
<;pprBi>
\
v
.
r'uiioy
n
oo
M;tiK\lnpan
13 37
Ids Cnrrio II. Sclionndver...
Stationery. , "•
from wile of property of
P a p e r s , &c.
Shucker at Bonnie Burn
74 3 S li'R
S. U. Ri'i-ffOU
> 2 00 2SI Standard UU Co., MUlKill
Harry
11.
Hulshnrt
SIT V. J. pevlln .."
-,\.
95 52 filil H l m r r I I . l i e r . i n
Mattlo Myers nt Villa I*arU
,- -S29 III
Sanatorium
8 00
1,000 00 170 10. Allen Hyres
in" J . A . Butcher
io ;:i
cllctnwn
.
.
.
,
.
.
.
,
403
00
,
April .23, 1918,
Printing.
) >
Tiiij ' .1. A. lint.-her
10 :I:I
Reculved from Now Jersey
"Jo oo 1'iS ,T. В«.'. Adifrmnn
1100 285 ' Di'Witt Applegntc, lluw171 TX Perrlno Miller,., i 1 ...
50,!l .Mdumoiith l l i M l i o c n i t l : .
CO 32 Mlii w . K. o ' n r l i ' i i
• . f,2 M)
StaTffIwimv^fCltlli
,,;_a.Mi
mott, County Clerk, check
Vnnx J.1 Thompt-'on
•610- ""
- . - - - - . . - .
QunrdlnnH, check of Ellzn~2T Mii-ha'H"1 tniiriiVr.'.;.;iv.$~ f'iroo" CStl T' A. Uowne, .Slirewyi7:i
Wllllam'l't. ( i ' H r h ' | " " . " ~ * 11',, f()
'
^ '. . ,
'"" ii'T'OS"
32.C2
for feeВ» from CterU'a olllco
174 J[. ICIIzabcth Hendrlck••'1• bi'th Green, diited Jan. »,
22 Untile Qiilrl!.
30 00
•'.hv.u'cl linl.' J.'iiii:maii
ft en
. l.uiry
....;..
SCI 31 County Clerk's Office—salaries, s t n v
to April 2y.'.
1,820 24
non
:. .
IBIS. order for relief bcmit '„
Widow's Pensions.
M. i.'onic.:
H
2S7 C. ('iiniilni^iiiin, 5Ian•
May 8, 11)18.
17f
Ehvuud c . T n u t t i h i , ' . . ; .
tlonery, &c.
no
101
N'.
J.
Htnle
Ilnnrd-Chll-v
• revolted by court Dec. 1,
tifill ' lflkin.'^ 11, (.^oiiwuy , , , ,
"60 110
H
v
51 25 iO'.V Kilwai-il Tiiylor" & ' A H alapan
".
17a Wadio^JJ. VoorheoH
dren.s' (luartllana
J 3,252- -IS
en
1517
В» 00 Received from Henry Sehoent
•1 CO
lein, Clerk, check for foes i
Hlslaliln
..•
C^l r.fl 11.1(1 fJliin:,. W. fiirli-y' ....',
70 on Farm Demonstrator's Salary and Ex2SS ' JameH J, Kilcoinmlny,
177 I l n n n n h T . Closo.i
February 0, 1918. ',
from Second District court, '.
36 if
107 05
178 "W.vekoft IIcndrlolcKtm..
Sfl^ Sli'w.'irl WalT.-n .li.Co..'1
20 75' (iill J. (.'. A r k c r i l u i n
30 00
Mnrlbortt
. penses.
Received from Frank L. HowX
tin
H u m " ) ' IVIliUilJl
Received
from
John
\V.
17'J Llltle D. U e n d r l c k s o n ,
..297 53 iTiR Ethan Allen . „
$
COM
!H l!iВ« Warm'. Jr., Jlarlr.iKi iniiott FIHIIOI- ('..
i r.i) 1162
Innd. Collector of Long
lilkl .TOHCJ.il II. Wl'Ht
2 Ml
Hulse, Guardian of Thomna
.:r.5 r.o S04 it. S. FulloilV
' . Kxecutrlji
1!">!> I . O U l H C o l H I l C T . . . . . . . . .
-19 1 1.' ' • - • • . V ^ n . . ' . > v ' . : - . . ,
:.'.....-•
399 Bit (ilil
297 r,a
Branch City, chocks for
Jum-ph
lluu
..-,
DO
'IT
MdNloholUH, check f o r
180 William H . l ' n t t e r e o n . . .
100 Ehvood Douglas
' Cl 35 :?0, CVia'ftoa.' • X.-,-,(-'ra\v[ord, •
Surioante'3 Olflce, stationery.
balance taxes, 1917
10.000 00
223 90
7 );o
maintenance at N,. J. Stata
39 60 r.oi A. i>. i.ittiii
Eloctlon Expenses.
is (in 0116 l'lltrk'll A. IliKdin , ' . . .
Helplno T e a c h e r s ' Salary, '
Holmllel, . R a r l t a n . . . ,
Hecelved
from
Joseph I*
11
Hospital
to
J
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.
'
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1018;...
219
89
111
William
A
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a
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.
.
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.
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.
.
$
Sheriff's
Otlice,
Salaries,
Ser,ylco
of
15
00
211 Charlotte E Wilson
J
140 :r, ;;il
m
Ilronson
I'.
Butler,
Donnlmy, .Surrognto. chock
Cli7 !f:"'A. f l u t r h c r . . ' . ! ! ! ! ! ,
:\ in
deceived from Joseph L. Don- •
G." r.o
Papera, Ac.
H CO
242 Wm. . T. Read. State
Marlboro
,.'.....
for fees from Surrogate's
'••
- 112 Ooorgo A. L a y ton
471 Rimer II. Cemii
22!> M CllH ,\; I'. Clii.vllin. , . . , , , / , .
113 Danlnl M a r t i n
5 00
w Wl
'1'yi .liun* i* I I , Klnc, • .Tr:,
office
1,099 70 nhay, Surrogate, check for
Cl,9 JalnL'В« McCiiun . . . . . . .
47^
J
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A.
UuU-iKT
63
33
17
fcen
from
Surrogate's
oflico
23,211
1,058
114
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HuSmdel
Deceived from M. Elisabeth
,
Semi-Annual Report
291
X
IV
THE RED BANK REGISTER.
Page Sht.
1072 John Ji. Hpufrhton . . . .
144 72 11ZS ' KВ«nry Mtirton, IlowcVl/
...17
t8 4
ISO 76
B.
Conover,
H 1 2 D. 6, ijtnwirjon
670 Bcnnle H . W h i t e . . . . . .
C6 OO S43 C h a r l e s
7В«
VS'. Butcher,
Custodian
6,055 i 107< U !.• McCormadc
200 05 1 В« J ChtrtM
1805 W. H. iroDkins, Balory.
20 (10 less OHIon *ro;i "Work's &
B. C. V&nMater
671 Klmer 11. Geran .;.
20 00
80 0C 1 5 1 3
t
1076 John W. Scanlon . . . . . .
52 12
J7
844 George B . Ca4e, C u s Howell
"
IT 00
AlwEtrd V. Forznan . . . . .
Warden's and Matron's Salaries.
Louis J. tjlellng, M i d .
Manufacturing Co,
338 00
'В» todlan
l.OJS'O 107S, Lester. Clayton 1
61 00 1127 H a r r y Reynolds, How144 SI 1655 8. 0. Towler
668 Michael Quirk
45
dletown-Shrewsbury .
1014 The Berger M f i Co..Y.
1)7 Elk
1204 A . W . K e l l y . . . . .
185 18
ell
29
1307 C. E . Close, M a t a w a n . .
1625 Ijoun J. B i e l l n i f . . . . . . . .
2,000 OO
Ira Warne,Jr.
669 H a t t l e Quirk
25 OO 845 William W. Trout, C u s ii 75 16SC
todian
2.361 8 Freeholder!' Salaries and Salaries of 1128 B. K. Clayton, Mill-"
1308 EorouEh
1587 Howard w .
V. -O, Teot
Widow's Pensions.
Roberta,
of
Keyport.
186 1
39
84C B. V . Poland, Custostone
i.... v ..
Officers.
W.
8.
D
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OS* N . J. Stato Board ChilClerk
40 1
Matawan a n d Karltan
8 08
280 10
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5.618 0
104
9 3 3 C h a r l e s M . W y c k o f f ...
1 2 5 0 0 1129 Richard Dangler, Ocean
1309 Atlantic Coast Electrlo
15J8 Adam H. Brown . . . . . . .
C. 13. Close
dren's Guardians
1,283 4t
18 t 485
00
847
Daniel
W
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Bedford,
931 T. B. Jeffries
1 2 5 0 0 1130 William S. Heyer, Ocean
80 00
Farm Demonstrator Salary and Ex
1630 Sunlop & Lisle Pottery
' 90 e
L i g h t Co., N e p t u n e . .
85
it
William
Hower
Custodian
3.0D2
935 William M. Bergen
1 2 5 0 0 1131 Thomas Garvey, Mld179 15
Vannote Coal Co
30 40
penses.
Co.
Board of Prisoner*.
936 John Daly
125 00
dletown
12 81
В«5 E0
Henry Allen
704 Elwood Douglass . . . , . ' .
81 23 848 H a r r y F. Davis, Custo1640 James MoCormlck
April S, 191b.
dian
"> 6,502 3
&• Stapleton,.
937 Borden A. Jeffery
1 2 5 0 0 1132 L u t h e r
1409 J. N . Johnson A S o n . . .
14 40
Dallas O. Young
705 B t h a n Allen
GO d
621) 6*
lit 80 1541 Charles Smith
Sofleld,
CusMlddletown
43
933. C. F. McDonald
208 33
1410 Charles Mount et C o . . . .
286 DO
Bugene Longstreet . . . .
13 11
706 Monmouth Democrat . .
15 12 849 Leroy
87 78 1642 John S, White
todian
1.827 0
72 S
9 3 9 O . E . D a v i s ,-.
1 0 0 0 5 1133 A-luert King. N e p t u n e .
1411 Louis Flncjiold
120 80
Loder It Smith
820 00
707 Moreau Bros., Inc. . . . . .
44 10
28 73 16(3 John H. Curtis:
940 E. S. Rue
,'
1 5 0 0 1 ) 1134 J a m e s Olter.10,11, N e p 1412 Iwtac F r e e d m a n . . . . . . .
228 75
Monmouth Contracting
,
708 Louis Colaner
31 If 850 A. C. Krrlokson, C u s 81 60 15<4 Bronson P. Butler
todian
6,802 0
tune
79 S 1418 W. V. Voorhees
911 Martin McCuo
208 33
113 30
Company . ' . . . .
275 00
Helping Teacher's Salary.
05 60 1545 Charles X. Crawford...
.,
Diggins,
Sr.,
. 822 Chaitlotte K. Wilson . . .
14C 25 851 S. A. Loekwood, Custo942 I!. S. Bennett
2 0 8 S 3 1135 James
U K E. F . DuBols & Co
William T, McDrldo...
9 00
61 00
31 55 1546 Charles B. Close
15(7
dian
CB99-8:
62 i 1417 J o h n M a r q u a r d t . . . . . . .
Marlboro
County Attendance Officer's Salary and
9 4 3 G e o r g e D . C o o p e r .......
2 5 0O f )
Thomas Italey , , , ; . . .
23 00
1,220 75
72 50
White
1548 Carol
852 C. (Jordan IIj'cM, CusExpenses,
9 4 4 C h a r l c a E ; C l o s e ...;..
1 1 2 5 0 1136 Corel Whltp, NoptuneW. , 8 . H o p k i n s . . . . . . . . .
30 00
189 50
Carol
White
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a
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d
Interest!
1519
todia'n
0,807 1
345 David
Buck
100 00
me Asbury P a r k a n d Ocean
Monmouth Contracting
242 00
821 Jane S. Davis
155 00
King
lGfiO Albert
II. C. Strahan, Custodian
5,251 0 9 4 7 H . F . B a r k a l o w
8 0 0 0 1137 C. It. R. of' N. J., FreeCompany
385 00
89 88
Supervisor of Child Study Salary and 853
S98 01 1001
William B. SIckloBi . . . .
Grove Bank
,
851 Charlfs Sherman, Cushold
946 W. V. Reynolds
110 00
S. C. Towlur
14 00
Expenses.
31
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Company,
Election
Expenses.
todian
2,772 2
948 J. W. Ilulse
2 5 0 0 1138 W. H . Carhart, ShrewsConsolidated Gas C o . ,
82 OS
8 2 3 C o r n e l i a B . M e y t r o t t ...
1 E 0 0 0 S5o John
26
00
Tennont-EnBllshtown
1423
Borough
ot
EiiBllahtown
N". Johnson, Jr.,
bury
1 0 4 9 C . H . C r a w f o r d ........
16 31
Vernon Woolloy . . . . . .
43 00
R e p a i r i n g C o u n t y R o a d s a n d
N e w
(New road)
2,846 81
1424 Washington F i r e E n Custodian
10,110
6
Express,
Roada Built.
1050 Michael J. Kelly
1 1 0 0 0 1139 McGregor's
9 01 1848 'Atlantic Coast Electric
gine Co.
25 00 15S2 William Morford
S5G E d g a r 11. Cook, C u s t o • Ocean
. February C,1918..
1051 Henry
E. Acliej-stln, Jr.
90 00
1553 Thomas Costollo
Light Co
61 50
88 60
Court Expenses.
dian
'
5,400 6 1 0 5 2 G l e n n
1J. Berry
1 2 5 0 0 1140 N. Y. & I,. B R. R. Co.,
60 00
750 Isaac McDonald,
llow1342 J o h n M. Bmlth . . . . . . . .
146 SB 1554 Thomas Costollo
611 07 1644 H. f. Koach
857
William
M.
Ackerson,
3
•Shrewsbury
1045 Buohanon
1555 John Tansey . . . : ,
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72
Custodian
3,361 IS
1141 W . H . Tallman, Ocean.
17 5 1344 Lester C, Clayton
751 James
1 1 .. J o h n s o n .
Lumber Co. •
126 00
45 00 1556 Charles W. Butcher . . .
101 15
Court House and Jail Expenses.
It. Barkalow., Cus1142 J a m o a F . iicElvaney,
Ocean
.'.
1 5 1 7 5 S5S Fred
1345
n m e s McCann .'
61 20 1557 Thomas H. Daley
201 60 1646 Qood Honda Machinery
32 50
todian
8,265 8' 1017 - T h e Sanlfoi-in C o m p a n y
96 0 1346 JLouis
7 5 2 M i c h a e l
M u l v i h i l l .
Company
146 09
Colnner
54 20 1558 Isaao MoDonnld . . . . . . .
403 64
1018 Standard tiny Oo
. 1 9 G(J II13 J aOcean
859
F
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Howland,
Cusm e s Mainiu-y. .Middle753 Thomas
Costello, Marl1347 Charles P. Sexton
057 77 1559 aeorgo T. Robblns . . . .
585 51
61 00 1047 Good Hoads Machinery
todian ..-...,
35.005 2i 1 0 1 9 W i l l i a m P a t t e n
133 21 1348 Oeort'o
town
boro .
60 00
Company
686 20
II. VanWlnklo .
7 50 1560 Thomas McGarry
. 90 00
1 0 ^ 0 J l a r y . M c U o w a n ......
4 ^ Til) 1141 John
H.
Davison,
Taylor,
Upper
754 A. O. Johnson, Ocean..
6 3 . t ) 0 860 Charles
15IU John Horau
1349 Robert S. Johnson . . . .
3
00
45
00 1648 aood Roads Machinery
1021. W i l l i a m ( l i h l l n
13s 8S
.
Custodian
S.C01
8S
Freehold
'755 Jamrs
rifffgins,. Marl- . . В«
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Company
126 60
1350
J
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W.
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boro
•
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43 00
1351
r a n c e s E. Outcait . . . .
18 00 1563 I'. Hnrtnott
7150 1707 Robert Fenlmore . . . . . .
, odian
4,000 S2 1023 N e w a r k Metal Celling
52 E 1352 F
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750 J.oseph H- Conrow, IIou*1708 O. J. Molco
305 00
E. M. Conk
' 48 00 Kill I William T. Applegnto . . '
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494 00 11)6 T ht oo m
104
62
802
John
McWoOd,
Jr.,
C
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263
4
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Board
of
Prisoners
and
Supplies.
1353
48
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1021.
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Rankin
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258
26
S h r e w s b u r y ...........
48 00
1140 Thomas MeLMrry. Mld7 5 7 J o h n T a n s o y , l i o l m d e l -. 4 3 6 5
May 8. 1918.
42 00 1500 ltlchurd Dangler
Joseph Kuo
72 lo
230 00
todian „
1.873 16 1025 N e w Vork T e l e p h o n e Co.
93 01 1354
dletown
758. C." P. Reynolds,
Wall..
36 8!
1834 Charles Mount-& C o . . .
32 33
355 John F l a n a g a n
48 00 1567 William 8. Hoyor
1201 J a m e s II. t ' u m v a y
..
15 31 1147 J. E. Allen Millstone..
180 00 1835
75 31 1350
• 7 6 9 . .T h o m a s
B o a t t y , O c e a1 n
, 1 4 3 9 1 803 W a l t e r II. G r a v a t t . C u s 1568
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258
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todian
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1886
1148 J o h n
H.iran,
.Middle-7G0 Tiltan & .Cherry, Rat • '• :
145 00
42 00 1569 Martin Digging . . . . . . . .
Austin P. Clnyton . . . .
225 64 1837 W. V. V o o r h o o i . . . , . . , .
Lunatics and Epileptic Patients.
78 0' 357
s.
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1 7 ^ 7 1 865 Geofgo A. Frlck, C u s 19 t o
358 aeorgo w . Curley . . . . .
42 00 1570, James Horan
101 00 1838 David L. K l n i
' todian ,
'.. .
1,190 01 1200 John B.Boyd
10 .00 1140 Bound ni'in.k Crushed
7 0 1 W:i l l i a m ' A . . D e y ,
ManJ. N. Johnson ft Bon.,4
l t i ! IT
1359 John A. Howland
75 00 571 T. A. Bdwno
Coroners' Fees.
210 85
S t o n e c'В»., o c e a n
\
a l a p a n -.•..
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8 6 O O 8G6' I L . H . Norfis, Cuktodian .- 32,411 61 1013 Albert W-. Wordon J r . .
68 17
360 Klmer II. Goran, Sheriff
2,000 00 167S James Dlgglns
298 45 1839 LoulH Finegold . . , . , . . .
64 SO 1150 Adam
.,
Ltnzniayer,
Mld7>i2 Thomas'
Beatty, Ocean
- 4 2 3 867 Williani M, Thompson,
1850
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110
40
361 Tlionias J. Itlley
0 32 573 John Stanklo
472 00
6 71
Custodian.
19,366 49 1014 J. Frank I'attersoil
dletown
- . - . . 7 0 3 T - h b n i a sG n r r e y , M i d "
Discount and Interest,
362 13. F . Hopkins
574
1045
J.
W.
I'arlter
;
4
31
11
75
20
00
James
Okerson
1151 Good Roa.ls Machinery
d l e t o w n ..'..:
.,,t
5 3 7 C 868 George W.-Smith; C u s 1861
Socond
National
Bank
363
801 '.Edward A. Sexsmith,
575
Morritt U. K e n t
70 71
480 25
William J. Matthews . .
185 0i
Co., Fr...-holil
701 -Samuel B. Burke,
Man358 34
todian . . . . . ' . - . ' . . . . .
2,137 61 '
of n o d Bank
364 J a m e s II. Conway
Burial of .Deceased Soldiers.
516 00
9 00 587 James II. Johnson
Roads Machiuory
_
.•
alapan
4 8 , 1 0
M. Davison,
365 J . J. Qulnn
50 00 1152 Good
178 43 1862 George
f279,920 50 1051 Lewis Matthews
taa so 5S8 James Malonoy . . . . . . . .
Co., .Mldillelnwil
• ' 7 0 5 A d a m L i n z m a y e t v M i d 7 09
Cashlor
366
1198
J.
Laird
Ilulse
100 00 1 1 5 3 - T h e Buft'.il) Sprlnglleld
John W. Scanlon
1803 Long
- "
d l o t o w n. . . , . . , . . . . . , .
6 3 5 0 Total F e b . 6,' 1918........'...'.5313,320 65
Bridges.
Branch
Trust
1307 Konjamln
County Tax Board.
U.
Smith,
41 22
Roller Co., Mlddler
April 3.
" 7 G G " J a m e s O k e r s o n r N e p - - - ••:
530 14
Company ,
959 'Charles L. Stout
102
00
(Dlst.
Court)
.
Board
of
Prisoners.
22 01
1152 Hendrlckson & Appletown
i•
1864 Freehold Mutual Loan
lune
1 0
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V . R~o h "e ' v l ' s ' , 1 . ' . ' .
87 32 1205 William
* .
February 20,' ISIS.
, 10 01 !36S H a r r y M. Wilson, (Dlst.
150 00
II. Morris, J r . .
Kate
767 Cn'relWhite, Neptune. " •
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Incidentals.
Court) '.•...:
•289 70
1453' Public Servlco Rlectrlo
1151 Martin niusins, MarlShrewsbury,
.Wall.'...
" 4 5 8 8 873 ,F. T. B u r k e . . . .
Court Expenses.
1038 E., S. Hue
20
20
.369
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Stepltens,
874
D.
10.
Mahoney
47
132 8
75 00
1755 J o h n F l a n a g a n
boro . . . - • . . . ,
7В«8 Albert King, Neptune..
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48 09
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1155 Hafeman Co.. . O c e a n . . .
. 44 09
460 00 1750 J a m e s McCann
1 SB 1166 Hafeman Cumiiany, Ber370 Gi'orKii II.
Chandler,
.
boro
,
6 2 5 S76 . Bertram" Birch . . . . . . . . ' 11 85 11 00 41 0 1 B1 -e . n Jj . a mA if fn o Hw Su i l n l i et hk
7 5 0 455 James Okernon . . . , . . , .
4 00
49 50 1767 Joseph H. West
;
2 50
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arid
Interest.
(Dlst.
Court),
.
.
137 5
1456 William II. Uennott...
s e n ' s Mills new road
7 7 0 C h a r l e s W . A p ' p l e e a t e , ,
48 0 0 '
186 00 1758 J. C. A c k e r m a n
1042 Michael Quirk
JIO 03 •1210 W.
-Mutual Loan
.371 N. Y. Teleph'ono Co.,
\ \T.
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Appg
How2 0 S O 1157 Thomas Uronnan
Freehold
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48 00
84 00 1759 E. M. C o n k . . ;
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3 2 5 0 893 The Matawan B a n k . . . .
L. C. Ayrea
44 09
John MulKoff.
60 00
"l8 0D 1211 Thomas Urennan, Karl454 17 I 0 7 S . M . W . H o l m e s . ; . . . , . ,
372 N. Y. Telephone '-Co.
.159 M. II. Collins
772 Anioe' B.
Brocklebank,
75 09
099 24 1761 J o h n A. Howland
10S1 Keuftel
& Esser
Co..,..
13 91
flection Expenses. '
98 35
(Dlst. Court)
0.75 .461) Tintorn Manor Water
1762 Mon. Co. Hoard , S t a t o
tan
21 49 8S4 , Blberon
Howell
1 1 0 9 N , J .S t a l e B o a r d
of
Couucil,
No.
85,
;373
N.
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Telephone
Co.,
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" 51 51
Wall
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325 00
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Co'urt29 25 .374 Thomas
L.
Slocum,
462 Thomas lieatty
.1213 -<j,. P . Reynolds. Wall..
774 J a c k s o n .
Conover,
189 IT
12 00 1763 A. W. Kolly
^Stationery. ••'
869 Joseph .Tohnsolt
_.
71 80
(Dlst. Court)
11 28 403' Thotiuui l l r e n n a n ' , . ' . . , ,
1214' William J . psliorn. Wall
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105 00 1764 Coagrovo'a
:O55 E. G. Bacon . . . ; . . . . . . . .
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1,770.49
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770 William .1. . M a t t h e w , •
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1370 Moses L. Johnson . . . . . . 30 15 •I (15 William liodnoy
145 19
78 00 1765 J o h n M. Smith
. h i ВЈ Machine C o . ^ . . .
2 52 1216 Joseph
H. COhro.w,.
4 6 6 Jame.s Okel'Hon
llowoli
47 00 8 7 2 C o J u ar tc o bH o uA s l e i ' r aa nm d s . J. a. i . l . . . E S x . p . e n s e s . ' 2 7 5
.377 Honry Sclioenleln, (Dist.
50 45
66 70 1766 D o r m a n MeFaduin . . . .
' Printing.
40 33
Court) - ..,•
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7 7 7 , B o u n d l i f o o l ; C r u s h e d - '•
75 40 167 Martin Tllton . . . . ; . . . ,
1767 Charlos J . Oremor
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45 38 1768 J o h n P . Council
12
64 60
469 Frank II. Urasch
(Dlst.
Court)
1218
John
Tansoy,
Hblmdel• . 778 Joseph McCuo, Freehold
8 G 5 4 88 77 78 SW . . H V. . J eR f ef ry i n e os l d s ' . . . •...: .. ..
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78 00
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77p Thimiiitf Thorpe,
Mkl18 85
Mdward A. livers
В«8 00 1770 George H . VanWlnklo
29 35
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20 3В« , 1219
870 W. A. Thomnaou......
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380 W. D. Hulse
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dletown . _ .
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Alonzo Brower, F r e e 17 20 .471 William Hnlllday . . . . .
CO 00 1771 Clinton -F. Thompson,.
1 55
1030"B. F.'s."l3ro\v'n!.'!;.'i!!!
47 75
SSO :United Chemical
Spe146 42 .381 J. W. Hulse
'. > 7S0 T h o m a s M c G n r r y , MU1hold
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36 30 172 Hopping McHenry &
1772 Rouhen 13. White
2 60
1037 Monmouth Democrat..
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275 60 774 Thomas L. Smith
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25 00 777 S. T. Champion
March go, 1918.
14 63
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400 00 1781 AHbury
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1714 William M. B o r g o n . . . .
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670 33 1716 John Daly "
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9 2 9 L o d e r ' & S m i t h , M a r l - .
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• 811 William S. Ilpy.-r, E a 121 Bonnie
1599 EdftAr H . Cook, CustoBurn . Santtor' • boro
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341 89 1718 O. K. Davis
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10111 1231 C . " Cunningham, M a n , town '
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283 JJa m e s o k e r s o n , N e p t u n e
1,007 05 1721
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190 90 1723
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30 75
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- Incidentals.
266 78 1724
1606 Gebrse B. R o b e r t s . .
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1725 William v ; Reynolds...
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".10; liui'd, o n ' .
. I 91)1 - i.:. II. r.obertson, Fi-ee25 Park Potter & Co"'."I
200 00 1013 William M. A c k o r s o n . .
McHenry & \
282 15
'.'.lipld
sion
125 00 1159 Honplns
."•iitiL1. contrnot Holm. • ]
Clerk)
75 00
68 58
20 Monmouth• Title Co.... • 90 00161-1 F r a n k L. H o w l a n d
Mlddlotown . . .
4,568 98 207.0 Michael
. (lei now road
3,200 00 i aoa William .S. Jleycr, B a Freeholders' Salaries and Salaries of 1100 C.Prosit.
J. Kelly -.
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110 0O
27 Kdmund S. Rue . . 1 . . .
27 95 1615 F r e d D. Bnrkalow
636
85
T
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Middle..
115,50
tontown
and
Ocean,.
Officers.
Court House and Jail Expenses. 827 J a m e s K. .Allen. Mill14 N. J. State Board Chil'M69. 40
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33 74
1217 P . p . Wcigand;
200 00
1817 John V. Dcnlso
89 11
dren's Guardians . . . .
17*14 1017 J . S. W . Campbell,
1101 Joseph S. Applegate.
C 25
- 8 3 0 T h o m a s . B e a t l y . Free- • . 901 'llaniel Covert, O c e a n . . . .
D. V. Perrino
49 48
Court House and Jail Expenses.
85 00
Cashlor
1,285,61 1818
" M i d d 1 e t o.w n and '
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24 68
112-18 New'Yorlc Telephqne Co, ,
1J.1 63
38 76
8
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1618
Grandln
V.
Johnson,
Shrewsbury
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1!M!1 Borno Srrymscf" C o . . . .
21 53
Glblln
15187
Stationery. " "
Custodian
475 02 1820 William
!)(lfl Ilicharil Dangler, Ocean
1250 W. V. Ueyhohls , . . ; . .
73 10 1162 Michael L a m b , ManaMary McGowan
67 60)
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9 05 161!) William W , T r o u t
.17 00
234 18 1821
907 James . V. McBlvaney,
lapan
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1822 Jami-H H. Conwny
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Repairing County" Bridges and Salaries
12111 N. J. State 'Hospital,,.
1823 Watcrbury Clock Co. . .
2 50
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160'00
1621
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458
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67 58
Board of Prlslners and Supplies.
. 61.00
30 00
Oc-ean
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F e b r u a r y . 6, 1918.
:
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1,647 13 1087 Joseph MeCue. Freehold
lector
102 6В«
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1101
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Roads
Machinery
•
711 Cnlllel-le.i Kuitply' anil - '
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Burial Deceased Soldiers.
1825 Standard Gas Company
30 8S
149 J. W. Naylor
6 48 1680 H . Richmond
60S 40
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50-00
1828 David Buck
. 6 8S
12a!)
lerk's Office—Salaries, Stationery, Etc 1681 D. -13.-"Mahaney..........'
302 50 9 1 0 M i - l . J r e g o r ' s •* E x p r e s s ;
• " . ' . ' ''•• hold ' , . . . .
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I 12111 P . Leon Harris
B0 00 1165 Gooil Roads Machinery
1827 John Clancy
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Taylor
and
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715 Vtillialn H . l l r v a n , L'pIncidentals, •
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1828 Wllllnm
S.
Brown,
sistants
1,281 65
Dlicoutit
J a f- k s o 11 !
Conover,
-20 25- 911
116. 3. .8l l S a i i J o h n . T . Kosell. . ; . . . . .
11 81 1166 William Halli<Jay, SalTreasurer
80 09
137 Joseph McDermott .....
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Interest.
Cl 14
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. S h r e w s b u r y
7 1 G 'L e o n a r d H o i - s l a l i , J l l d 1237 C. E . Close : . . . - . . '
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1829 Wllllnm Patten . . . . . . .
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Rodney.
Salary
Maloney,
MidIt OO 9 1 2 J a m e s
., „„ ' 123S 13. A. Sexainlth, Col'l'..
49 22
75 00
1830 S. B. Jeffries
103 60
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060 58
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C a s h i e r...,:
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181 1 9 2073 Levy Bros
300 00
Wall
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Holmilol :.-.'...•
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Lunatics and Epileptic P a t i e n t s .
Etc.
1 0 8 5 A s b u r y , P a r k
T r u s t
50 00
18 50 9 1 1 C . C u n n i n g h a m ,
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53 94 1169 B. J . Keach, S a l a r y . . . .
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Coal
Co.,
75 07 1170 VnnNote
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1,872 TS
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160 60 1 6 8 6 F i r s t N n t l o n n . 1 B a n k
11 15 339 John A. DpRocho
2!l 25
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46 24
Ocean •
,„, ' ' 1228 Red Bank' Resist e r . . . ' . .
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S p r i n g L n k e
I83 33
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39 2: 1172 L. C. Ayres, S a l a r y . . . .
HO Remington Typewriter
1696 CoBgrovo'B
Detective
Board of, Prisoners.
\?i'! Vamiote
C:oal
C'llupany,
60 00
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3154. 1173 Public Service Electric
1,183 51 1831 C. II. T. Clayton
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House Bonds.
Bonds.
Co.. Mlddletown
1832 John G. Sexton
60 00
lerlff's Office—Salaries, Service of 1 6 9 7 A s b u r y
Pni'k
Trust
1026 L o u i s F i n e g o l d . . . . . . . .
37 31 .1313 T h eCourt
•It: Williani -11. .Uennetl,.
. Monmouth County
1174 M.ilier
&
Flockhart, J
20 00
79 17 1833 L. L. ManniiiK & S o n . .
Papers, Etc. C o m p a n y
( D i n t C o u r t )
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-118 61
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Shrpwsb'ui|y~^rvrr;v.TrTuberculosis
Patients.
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131 E l m e r - H . Geran
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3 028 • J . N . J o h n s o n & ' S o i i i Y .
•'• 72.1 I ' t i b l l c " Kei'vieo'.' i-ili-cVr'ic:
1869 Bonnie Burn Sanator;,..
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Y o r k . T e l e p h o n e
• IM 06 1 6 9 9 N e w
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> . 29 %0 1333 .1. , A r t h u H 3 u t c h o r
dletown , ; . . . " .
ium
120 00
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8 00
Co., (Difit.
Court).'...
33 W . n. O'Brien
.
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Kelly,
Marlboro
3s
90"j
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Built.
.
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1334
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A.
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75
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DisinJ
'7'il K. .1. Kwiuh. salary
SO 00.1031 T h e P . M . F r a n k
89
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County Tax Board.
Bennlo II. White
40 00 Freeholders' Salaries and Salaries of
waii liml Kai-it:in
.
3d 00 1032 T i n - . S a n l f o r n i . C o
19 30 1403
16 00 ios:l William Cahiii, llillstone
09 75
Freehold
1739 Chnrlon L. Stout
103 44
Officers.
William It. O ' B r i e n . . . .
22 00
73H L . C. Ayri'i-', . s a l a r v
50 00 1033 c h a r l c B M o u ) i t & C o ' , ...
8 25 1404
37 44 iosi c . Cunningham, J I a n a l 117a Daviil - Conover, HoWell
1740 Howard W. Roberts . . .
75 00
1C95
P.
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100
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1405
John
M.
Smith
8
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1HI7
97
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. '80 05 1180 IT. II. Matthews, Howell
37 84 1 IOC B . <;. Formfin
Incidental
Expenses.
Court
House
and
Jail
Expenses.
900
3 90 10S5 John Luml), Manalapau
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59JQ: I01S l i b i t r a m U i n . l i
110 50 1151 Matthew Lamb, Mana171 27
1407 James MeCann
4 00 675 New York Telephone Co. . 99 65 1815 Henry 13. Ackerson, J r .
Election Expenses.
10.30 Thomas II. Daley, Man- •
•Ti-'.-i .lalni-s Uli^r^uil, Nupluile
—ri'(;"'7n'7
4101
laiian
•
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1408 J. Arthur Butcher
12 28"1676 Standard Can Compnny.
1
21 50
alapan
161 00 1152 Leon
729' V i v a o n Wo.iliev, Oi-can 45 0 0 ;1079 W a l t e r . 1 0 . K e r w l n . . . . . .
20 85 1842 Michael Quirk
47 65
A.
Barkalow.
1446 Rimer II. Geran
25 00 1077 W. V. Reynolds..
Court Expenses.--10SJ -Michael- Iiiimb,Manal—
' ^."IZ'i V-'illiaili lio'wer. salni-y,
CO 00 j
1843 Kdmund S. Huo
29 0O
Unwell—r77TTTTT;v."".rr -•• 80 32 1581' Joseph Johnson
Luhatlcs and Epileptic Patients.
3
52
16.21 |
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17 00 11 S3 John. S tankle, ' Hillstono
™7'!i:'".II. I!, rilrhei-', . I l n i i m l c l ' • '275 OO 19ii2 I l o b c - r t s . J o h n s o n . . . .
40 00 1582 K. M. Conk
335 42
1678 N. J. State Hospital...
25 64 1844 Gcor ( ; ( . D. Cooper
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48 03 1131 Owen J. Melee, OceanH
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1S0 0 0 I
1845 S. A. Loekwood
26 25
Coroner's
Fees
and
Post
Mortems.
1683
Georgo'
A.
Miller
11
00
217 50
17 75(1091 A. H . Brown, W a l l . . . . .
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l:...l:u.d • l l i a i h , I-'rci'lmijl
7 Ofl i aci S . T . C i i a i n p i o n . . . . . . .
90 50
19 00
10 00 1846 M. W. Holmes
' .'Mlddletown
'
lf.87 W. II. Fairbanks
Wardens' and Matrons' Salaries.
Ciiarlcs ]•'. S ^ v t o n
134 50 1185 Owen
(!75 16 I-10D2 J a s . II. J0IU19011, Ocean
'7»4 • W l l l l u i n I t o ' l i i i ' j . . H.ilnry
75 Oil;
1847 Trubln Bros, ft C o . . . .
2 81
Tuberculosis Patients.
,1. Meloe, Ocean- •
1335 Michael Quirk
90 00
'JUI! W l l l i a i u ' D . L y K i - s .
.
2 00 ! 1093 T h o m a s Dowd, Mlddle. ' TJ-. fast
|iII 1/.- i:nii;li..-ri
• 125 03 1336 H a t t l o Quirk
1848 N. J . State Board Chil1
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270 00 1•!ili7 l - f a r r y N , J o h n s o n . . . . .
183 33 11SG Albert Patterson, Salary
Bl 17 I
town .*...'...
dren's Guardians . . . .
,43 52
300 00
h i m
Widow's Pensions.
/500|
. l u n t e s^ i T ^ i i n u . . . . . . .
36 60 ,1091 D. D. Lefferson, Shrows1851 Whltehead & Hone Co.
26 21
Special Appropriations.
Y.-Si Ii.-B. R . R . Co.,
1418 N . J. ijtnto Hoard of
124 05 11S7: N.
J . ( . ' . A o l i i ' i ' i i l n i i. . . . . . .
"41;3r,.:.
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,'.
1 13
1807 Kouffcl i t Esser Co. . . .
22 S3
Memorial
' wail
Children's G u a r d i a n s
1,197 00 1701 Manmoiith
7 ; l * j ; " " " F r i i i i k: ' V i
I ' a t s y . S a r a b u c h e l l o . . . . 42 00 ! IO'.I.'I Josepli W. Thompson,
126 00
8,000 00 1868 R. S. Bennett . . . . . . . . .
H o s p i t a l .•..'
Contractlnff
F a r m D e m o n s t r a t o r ' s Salary and E x .
W i d l ..-•
43 00 11SS 1Monmouth
Ci-orco W . Curley
30 60
IHddletown
400 00
2070 Michael J. Kelly
8 59
1702 G. VanVorls
Warren,
Co., ftnritan
penses.
• •" t e1 L e w i s L u m b t - r C ' j . , \ V : r i l
John Mulsoff . . . i
1 0 9 2 1 1090 C. T .
207C Jamus Powors
S 10
T r e a n .M o s q u i t oc o m - •
Frank
Youmans,
1131 Moreau IlroM. .'
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31 r,,1
7;!', ,Tiit-,C3ali(i!i Iruti
Works;
> , 2 3 5 0 11S9 J. Wall
J o l m J . Q u i n n .....,...,
256
town ..... .V Mlddle2 5 6 00
00
mlKHion
2,000 00
Stationery.
93 23 1432 I-.OUIH Colaner
...;..
30 75
MUTialai>ati
112 SO;
F r n n o i - r fl v . O u t c a i t ....
150 4111097 T hhmas
o m a s DoWd,' Middle-'.
3,000
00
1853 E. O. Bacon
94 TS
1190 Uikuwood & Coast Eleo
1133 Kthan Alien
CO 00 1 7 0 3 A n n M a y ' H i x t p l t n l
.710 A'.-.M. To-.vnl.-y
43 GO
"Mi-lriU If. Kent'
86 51
to w n . , . . .
.86
Printing.
'
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18 75 1431 Klwo.od Douglass
• trio Co., Wall .".
" 58 48
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J o l i i l M 1. S m i t h
' 15110 109S T h o m a s
soo 00 1872 Monmouth Democrat . .
112 43
1688 W a r r e n IT. C o n o v e r . . .*.
2,000 00
Helplna T e a c h e r ' s Salary.
•711 A. .M. ' l i e .
38 00 1191 Owen J. Melee, Ocean.
500 00
00
. Middletown
Middletown
K i l l i fV . L a w r e n c e . . . .
42 9S
1873
Red
Bank
RfKlster
.
.
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87 60
1192 \V. S. "Hopkins, Salary.
60 00 157!) Charlotte K. W i l s o n . . .
146 25 1689 Charles J . S t r a h n n . . . .
."i S.'.n,
llHritau
•13
K. Tantuln,
Up05 000 i'1099 David K
T
W e s t P u l i l l s h l i i B C o . . . . 105
11 DO
1690 N . J. S t a t o Hoard of
1874 ir. M. Tnylor Pub. Co..
CO 00 108O
W'm. T. Held,
Stato
.712 MiiinJHullh Conlni.'liiiE
3 00 I
Per Freehold . . . . ' . . . .
''45 73 1133 William Hower, Salary
1
124
57
J . K r a u k l ' a t t f - r s o n ....
27
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Children's
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1194-Vornoii Woolley, Salary
. 45 00
Treasurer .'
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2 15..I llOO Amos . Ii, Urocklehank,
89 33
Thoiiia.s L. tiniith
106 40 187G U. P . s . Brown
1709 F r a n k Mery
75
70
County
Attendance
Officer's
Expenses.
1222
Monmouth
Lighting
Co.
713 O w e n 'iT., Meli'i", . O c a n .
J!i'20i
5
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C5_37
555
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William FВ«isli-r
15 00 1877 F . M. Taylor Pub. C o . . .
1710 Joseph C. P a t t e r s o n . . .
1578
.
Jane
S.
PnviВ»
155
00
7tl Alliert PnttoiviKi, saliiry
1223
William
H.
Bennett.
6 48
18 S2 j'1101 F . S. Voorhoes, Free• ' i c o r ^ t ' A . P a i s I t A v - ....Printing.
1878 J . W. Nnylor
119 85 Supervisor of Child Study Salary and
'• .7|5 Aslu.'f V. .Wt-ull.-y, JirHMidilletown
,..
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'..._..
E6G 80 2075 A. F, Walling
l 4 H - y IX J l o u f l l t o n . . . .
.-..-.
5554
C 80
1691 Red Bank R e g i s t e r . . . .
15 00 ll/)2 'Alwh.rd
85 20
Expenses.
1224 Flank . Anderson,. Wall.
V. Forman, M a 44 94 Clerk's Office—Salaries, Stationery, &c.
K,-.M. I'rmk
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1092 J . I J . Klnmcnitll
24 00
1577
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1225
ThonKiH
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1,192 48
1-133 Merlbii-li Curtis
1.000 00 1G94 Morimoutli Roads.
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Mnrch-20,-1918.
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21 (10 1105 L'odrr
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30 00 1650 C: P . Reynolds
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476 70
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33 00 1651 Georgo T. Ilohblns
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&
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194 10
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112 20 1057 Board
Ill 00 12S9 Harry S. 'ilade'e'. Woe-,
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Harry M. Wilsffu (Dlst. "
125 25
Inild
4 00 1505 JoucTiirW. Thompson . .
17 60
City of Long Branch
Papers, Ac.
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150fi Jame.i I I . Covert
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458 33
182 05
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301 07 1734 William R. O'Brien...
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(IMst. 'Court)'
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105 23 1659 William II. T a l l m a n . . .
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75 00
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85 25
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t.
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- II 15 Farm Demonstrator's Salary
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491 75
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103 43 247(1 William Klpp . . . . • •
2201 .frjrin T." lloself.......
nald County Collector to lie tho sum of
12 00 2477 Wllllnm II. Bennett
164 D8 2305 If. W. Holmes
Cmpany
S i x t y u\x thoysand four hundred seventy
,.
2478 Melville Held
2300 KcufTcl 1 Hi Kisser Co..
Court Expensed
83100 ddoll lla r s ($60,470.83.)
83-100
$604083)
41 13 247(1 Jnsuiih S. Applcsati!
34 00 2307 Andrew J. Oonovor...
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,
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23118 K. S. line
2S0 00
Salary
of
Officer
of
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100 00 241)1 St. J. Kelly
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lu s e t t l i : w i t h tlic C o u n t y
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County Attendance Officer's Expenses 2M2 1'. T. lliirhc!..., :
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18IP7 I ' h n i ' l i ' - s X . f r a w f u i i l . . .
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Army Appropriation.
4479 Hnwnrrl
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Major
Hoiping Tnachsr's Salary.
rUiarlottc H. Wilson...
J'ark Trust
r, m 8182 AВ«1jury
f>*В«UВ»any . . . . . . . . j , . .
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21B4 Long Branch Hanking
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Wayside 261-F-4,
Hourn—9-11, 1-4.7-fl.' Saturday. Hundoy Bna Mon*
day and by appointment.
All RpiiliaiicL-HKuarantofKl or prices •pf untied.
m v,
ILLIAM E. TOSTEB,
WNew
COUNSICU.OH AT LAW.
York,
H. Y. City.
PIERCE,
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. LICENSED AUCTIONEER.
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itrt unil prraonbl pruperty,.
19 EAST
NOTAItY rlllll.lC
and COM1I1SKIONKK OF DliKUS.
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QUALITY
SERVICE
ALPH O. WILLGUHS
COIJNSKIXOK'AT LAW
cvunil Nfw York HUM)
Offi.-i-:2 IlioiulKtri'i'l. Hull liunk. N . J .
12^) Urdiulwny. New York City,
D. SMITH,
C IIAUI.ES
I.ICKNSKD AUCTIONEKH,
Long ' Branch.
! Residence
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Atlantic IliulilunilB.
N. J .
CO Broiiilwi
Calves' Liver
Turkeys
Sweetbreads
Ducks
Calves' Brains
Capons
42 Sinth
Avenue,
Phone 200-M.
DIt.
J1AROLD J. STOKES,
DKNTAIiSUItGEON
Succ.-В«sor to Dr. Frank Loo.
HI llroail Street, Einner liulldinK.
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21 Oil 2 U 8
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CONSULTING ENGINEER^
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CIVIL ENGINEER and SUIWMoIB
Wardens' and Matrons' Salaries.
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251S fj n . •jpjffiea
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2120
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1917
1,890 41!
30 00 ,,r n W. V. Reynold:-)
2212 limtlu'Qulrlc
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1
Widows' Pensions.
2039 •-• II. II.. Johnson, Trc-as...- l.SSS 22 |
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J S L L Y & QUINN,
19211 Tlinina.i ]>uwd . . ; . , .
Stolu; I '".
119 25
j 2281 N. J . Stntn Board of
Burial Deceased Soldlerc.
11121 < li'ivli wood Hauklti .
Davidson BuildlnK.
Bed Ban*.
•. 05 7« ' 2 1 2 2 Children's fluai;di:un»r- 1,308
A. I". Wi>lili.'l'ln>U...
3(0 32
40 00 I
2534 Wllllum V. Malchow . . .
Joseph
Rellly.
John J. Qninn
. '40 00 , .
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F a r m D e m o n s t r a t o r ' s Salary a n d
Alhw't Kins'
Tuberculosis Patients.
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11125 AIb.'it King . . . ' , ! ! ! !
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2523 Michael'Quirk
(18 00 2U',7 'riniliuiu MonttyJ'
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47 3 3 :
1IIII0 Adam Un/.iiiayiT - . .
^37 r.O1
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110 2 5
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12 00
Marme.
IIKI'J John Hnr.'in
7:1 00 1 2512 William T. Head, State
2 3) Conk It Wizard
125 Oo '
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Teleohone 2118-M. Eatimtown. N. J.
2 ) a | - The (ilulrlii -ROIKI (Tn..
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' 11 23
.-Stationery.
I
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1,209
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Attendance
Officer's
Exjenses.
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2132 Tli'o tllutrln Hoad Co..
K. P . DllBols & Co.,-Inc.
1(5 00 V
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rllillll.', Oil
1.2C0 00 2J1I) J a m : S. DUVIH
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21.33 Tho fllulrln 'Itotid Co..
13 CO
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COUNSELLORS A I LAW. .
Jtmmil liruuli ('rusl
1,455 30
Supervisor of Child Study Salary
2131 "Tlio Illutrln Hoad Co..
2527 Joseph A t k i n s o n * .
,30 00;
Davlilaon Euildlnir.
BroadBUMl
Stmiu Gil.
330 25 ill 35
230 8-1
and Expenses."
2638 J,o.-j(;iih Atkinson . v . . . .
9 52 j
RED ^ANK. N.
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Itouml Hj'ook Urns!
54 1)0 2T.09 Cornelia' H. JIi!ytrott...S
220 00
21311 Mhvooil HiiBPl'H
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220-5S 2137 M i c h a e l . Mulvllilll
fi20 27
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Bros.
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2531 I.ony 33rftnch P r e a s ......
23 00 !
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50 2632 J. L. Kiumonth . . . . . . . .
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10 00
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Juno 6, 1918.
ThomaH Hliley
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392
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COUNSELLOn AT LAW.
7 00 2509 ^ l a r y 15. Brown
3(100 2 i l 2 3 , j r K r u s
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42 00
101:1 .I.ihll Ktniiklo
12li 00 -2145 Wllllnm .1. Matthews,.
Offlcen. 10 Broad street, EED BANK. M. J.
•217 28 2570 Wllllnm S . - H e y e r . . . .
4li 00 2324'" -Loder It S m i t h . . .
221 00
I ' l l I Atwan! V. Formail'...
13 Sli 214H ThomaH Hronuan . . . . .
221
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2571
Charles
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110
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K. HERBERT E. WILLIAMS,
6 OO
2O0OOJ2572_ Thomas cjulrk...'..,.
Machinery. Co..*..
191(1 J. K. A l l e n . . . . . . . . . .
SURGEON DENTIST.
. 2 1 0 00 3320 Nn\v York & L. Brnnqh
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Michael
21(1 50
В«B7r
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.Via I'1. H. W o u k s . . . . . . . .
Graduate University of PonnByWanta.
"id riO 21.13 Dolawaro Itlvor Quarry
58
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21 75
Office Days In Bed Bank: Mendajfc WednMdul
. &. CoitHtructlon Co... 1,758 38. 2327 Tljoinas, B c a t t y . . . . , . . . , . .
9? 60 2575 Holmes H. Matthews...
42 50
19111 W. T. AonlcKlltu
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anil Saturdays.
Henry O'Connor ..."...
20 R8
I960 Harvey .Stlllwauoh .
Thomas' .7. S w e e n e y . . . .
2K OH 21P0
i237 15 2.128
42 00 2577 Holmes H. M a t t h e w s . . .
120 Broad Street. Red Bank., N^X
n i l WnrnTJr Jr
13r,l. Mluhnul
48 30
William I I . T a l l m a n . . . .
431 00 2151
Mulvllilll . . .
17 40 232(r
2153 A. I". Wbolloy.
39 00 I
2578 Edward Woolley
2310 Hound Brook Crushed
183
00
92 36 2570 James H. Johnson
В»;В»i;i2ir.3 Martin Mgglns.
R. W. M. THOMPSON,
'950 00
Stone C o . . .
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77 00
- .<" 1 2154 James Porter
DENTAL BURGEON.
39 00 i
2580' E . Cllne
Brook Crushed1951 l l u u n i l J J r o o k C r u u l u i d - • • l n ' I 2ir»5 OeorgQ T. Robblns
775.10 2331 Hound
409 50 2581 Wllllain J.. Matthews...
24 Nafl Bunk Building. •
End Bank. H. 1
46 0 0 ;
Stone C o r r
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87
Bourn 8-6.
ill ai \ -15" Brpnuon 'P. Butler.....
139. F.o!
Thomas ferennan 2332 Bound Brook Crushed
1955 William. A.'. •viey'.'.'.'.'J.'.'. 2S
Vrtj2157 Charlcd E . I3nril, Holm48 00
William
Frosticlc
Stone
Co..,...-...
H5(i. Max Laniont ••
•6,340 00
xi в„ўl
del now road -.'.
69 50
2584 Leon A. B a r k a l o w . . . . . .
R. WILLIAM ROSE,
Brook Crushed
1957 aoorjio Ii. MOВ»R:I1I
i!-JSi"2iriS Charlea Ijowla . . . . . . . . , 50. 07 2333 " Bound
00 00
DENTIST.!
423.95 2585 William P r o s t l c l c . . . . . . . •
Stone C o . . . , . ' . . . . .
• 11108 .loVioph H . C o m o w . . . . . .
41 Oil 2150' S. U. JeltrlCH
CO 00 2334 Bound
, 50 00
Romey
Collins
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Succeiuor to Dr. R. P. Bordwi.
Brook
.Crushed
l'jr.li tilduoy U. Went
42 00 2101 W. II. Flltcroft
B7 41 • • . " Stone C o . . . . ,
92"
50
701 13[2587 Joseph N e v i s . . . ^ . < . . . . .
Gas administered.
'
.1900 11, K.- M i u i u l i u n . . . . ' . . . . ' • 98-00 .2188 Homey ColllnH . . . . . . ' . .
50 00 2336 H. J . Melee
320 00 I
9S 00 • 2588 Charles
*_iiiiriujj W.
В»v. Appleeata..
AliiiicBaie
60 BROAD STREET^
RED BANK. H. ),
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403 DO
1901 Ai O. Jtilitiuon..
- . ' Bridges.
257 75
K' C
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9SOO!258D B
B. K.
Clayton....
...
2336 McpreKor'H lUxpress.;.,
1902 .lolm H. W e s t . . . . .
.-.. . 98-00
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2C1 00 J
48 00.2590 Clayton Palmer
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COOPER,
4S CO
llllijl Wllllnin H . T i i l l m a n . . .
72 00 ВЈ337 Roco F e r m n t e . . . . . . . . . . .
W. 12. Matthowa
'2 00^2591 T I 1 0 oiutrln Road C o . . . 1,280 88 )
Nicolo 'Rongo.
'.
CIVIL EN G1NEEB.
147 GO 2090. H. II. Mittthowu
, 1IIG1 TJCOH A. B f l r k a l o w . . - . . .
40.75 2338
1.45C 38 I
209 50 1 2582 The Glutrln Hoad C o . . .
Victor ,Fenton.TT7.......
!
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167 00 2091
19Cr. Oftolc & - B l l x u i t , . . . - . . . .
48 35 2339
.._ W . S. D e y . . . . . . . . .
8 00 2563- Tho Glutrln Road C o . . . 1,454 70 I
Nicolo Itongo
402 00 J092.
IOCS ThVmmi H . Uliley.
i
PostcSlca
DuiMinn.
RED BANK. K. I
00 00 2340
1
H. B. Pitcher
27 5" 2584 'The Glutrln Road C o . . . 1,267 92 I
J a m e s ' Maloney
2C 00 2093 "Owon J : M e l o o . . .
1907 O. •Cuiinliiffliuin - . . . . . . . '
45 00 2341
1,454 70
91 08 2595 The Glutrin Hoad C o . . .
Frank Herbert
1908 Hound ' B r o ovk . Crushed
KORGE
K.
ALLEN,
JR.,
75 00 2342
2094 Owen J,. M e l e e . . . ' .
1,260
00
2343
228
37
2586
The Glutrln Road C o . . .
Wnrne, J r
107 4g i.201)5
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CIVIL ENGINEER AND SUEVBITOB.
415 00 2344 Tra
Owon J . Melee.
1,283 58
S. C. Towler,.. .•
226 50 259? The Glutrln R o a d ' C o . . .
J9.09 JainoB ^J. MolOlvaney..
i
Boom 7. Patterson Handing. Broad Street
1 209G, Jami'H I i : Hall, Exec1,454 94
2345
James
McCormlck..,
28
00
2598
The
Glutrln
Road
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3IIVO .1at:kgon C o n n v e r
UED BANK. N. J.
M0 95 2340 John H. Curtis
!
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50 00
78 !)f> I 2599 Thomas Scanlon
142 05 21)97 W. A. HUIHO,
- 1871 'Thnmiiu lleatty
26 23 2347
& Son......
B runt
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Studebaker Corporation
81)1
1117;! JIIHOIIII N e v l n . . . . . . . . . . .
30 00 2348 Van
\V. H. Hopkins
EO.
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ROBERTS,
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51
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10 C3 2349
.. . . ,
A. P . Woolley
-.
GRADUATE AUCTIONEER
Hugh Ullcy
..,..!,..,
Ailiim S p e n c e . . . . . . . . . . .
nift n»i ? ' u u • Cooil Hoatls Machinery
! Pedigroe or Grade Stock. Fafm Sales. Persona
2350 John T a y l o r . . . . В»
C. H. Close.
1971 toiler & S m i t h ! ! ! ; " ! ! - !
42 00
\ .
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ВЈMI III f
Company
I
2351
Nicholas
J.
Mulvenna....
65
00
i
2603
Pennsylvania
Railroad
•'lflVli'C. A. Wooldoy Paint
•2101 Atlantic Const Electric
!
New Monmouth. N. J .
267 00
"
2352 A. H. Urown
12 OO
Company , . ^ ~ ~ . aail Onior (Jo. . . . . ' . . .
170 15
I,lKht Co
!
Telephone Middletown. 211-F-23 •
2353 Boivno Bran\K'...::.
:~. ~.T.
Ii 00
2G04 John Quirk
1!)7H I'BiinHJivanln It. K."Co.
.19 04 2102 T h o Cinlion Irftn Works
44 50 2005 ••K. J. Melee
98 00
11177 -Ainqii 11. nruuklehanlc..
48 01)
479 00 235T IВ«aae McDonald
Company . . . . . . . . . . . i .
20 91- 2600 McGregor's E x p r e s s . . . :
*...
17'DO 210,1 TI.
98 '00 1
385 00 2356 Mnx Lamont
728
70
2350 Oeorge T. Robbing
41! 113 2104 T h on( l.aPltclior
285 53 •
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395 !>S
120 1)0
lilBt) .Iiihn Taylor
55 „- 2608 8. C, Towler
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131 40 2357 William T. ApplOBato..
Oonijiany
I Red Bank People Should Not Delay.
78 7B 210r. Kilwuril A. H y e r s
745 F,8 i
" 11)81 Nicholas J . JUulvoniiii..
i i Zi i 2C09 George T. Robblns
:
154 2S 2358 ThomaH B r o u n a n . . . . . . .
'19KL' II. K. Olnytmi
!>:! 0.0 210r. William Kennedy . . . . . .
121 SO j
John Pustkuohln..
8 70 2:159 J. C. Ackerman
2360 p- S. W e e l s s . . . ; . . . . . . . .
- 43 502107
126 00
1IIS3 I'alrli'k I l a r f n c t t
Jolnr Pustkuchin..
If your kidneys are inflamed,
MiHiniouth ContrnctlnB
Mnjiniouth
John White.
"19K1 L,utlier & Ktaploton
288 70
60 00
В» '"I2C12 13. K. White
112 00 2301v
Company
<
Oont stand around and do nothing.
lilHli Ijiither &" Hta[)leton...
10 00 2108 J. Prank Younians
39 00 i
'2 9? i 2013 William H. Tallman
127 75 2flfiВ» Peter T. F r a w l e y . ; . ; , i ,
.
Like a fire it will, soon be beyond
li)80 Towiiiililp oT W a l l . . . . . .
'135 80 2109 Alahoney fc H a r v e y . . . .
301 00 ' '
29 00 2.163 Bennett Gravel C o . . . . . . 2.3G6 51 2614 A . O . J o h n s o n . . . . . :
1987 Jnnu'H Mnloney .'.
185-01 I2110 ConMdlidatoil Gas *CP—
268 50 I
control.
/
SS в„ў 2615 A. O. J o h n s o n . . . . ,
• 80 98 2364..- B. - lv-Clay t o n . . . . . . . . . . .
1)5 00 1G0 P. it. ijong-W. Q. Broad•19KK ..lanie.s Maloney. . , . . 7 . v . ;
2,1or> Johm Stanklo
59 10]
• 03 00 2261c
Cartan
&.
Devlin
You will g e t the alarm in time—
98 00
liillll '.108111111 StromoiiBer . . . .
J
. 1 10
818 47 2860 Joseph McCuo
- I A S ' 6 1 7 Cartan & Devlin
..
- IlllI'Mt CO
Backache,
or
dizziness
or disorders
48
00.
2367 William K. Cnrtwright.
1IIII0 10, Wonlkw
i...
253 00
Jfi-rt" ! 2618 'Luther & Staplcton
Board of Prisoners and Supplies
51 0?
1901 J o h n T. H o i i n l r i g , . . . . . .
2JTfi8 ThomaK H.'.Daley
of the urine.
.. . .
34 50
• VJo in !2 G t ! l Luther .& Staplclon
Juno 5, 1918. '
. G02 00
1111)2 Jami.'H I I . Johnson
2369
11;
Ilafeman
C
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.
.
.
Heed the warning.
Charles Mount & Co...33 50
103.50 2620 Bound Brook .Crushed
.114-50
' li)9.'( • .TnmeM 11. J o h n s o n . . . . . _010 00 2312
..'.,
Stone C o . . . .
193 70
I.ijulK Klnegold
(13 382370 John U i u l ) ; . .
DV 00 I2313
Give your kidneys a rest by living
28 00 2621 Baiind Brook
1!I!I4 10. Cllile
'
165 90 2371 Ahvard V'. Porman
Crushed
1 1 5 0 ! 2314' .1. N. Jrihnson & S o n . . .
1
253
50
more
carefully.
' 1905 A . M. Townley & C o . . .
2372
Willlnm
A.
Dey
Stone
Co..
;.
80
22
129 00
48 00 I2315 W. V. V o o r M e s . . , . . . . .
89
25
'1911(1 H . Ninviiiau
2:17:1 C. Ai Burke
Bound Brook Crushed
Use Doan's Kidney Pills to help
Discount and Interest.
103 CO
191)7 Tim aalluii Iron W o r k s
I Samiiol H. liurke
Stone C o . . . .
98
03
2290
Tho
People's
National
stamp
out the cause.
'
. Uomiinny . . . . . . . . . . . .
135 00
Joseph Nevt.s.
Bound Brook Crushed
Bank'
'
-««-i>' 2H75
Profit by a Red Eank man's experi19fm_Thii (inllnn J r n n WnrkB
2376 • ChnrluH-.Wi -Apiilegato.
•saill—^tlaiitlo-HlKlilnnds-Na-—St«M'-COr.Trt.»mp.n
181-74
Cptnjiaiiy ,,;..
eer~
:. , . ;
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tlniial. llauli
305 48 2377 Richard .nuiiRlor......
.lII!)!i:.:Howaril .:\V. lloborta,
22(12 Keyport BanklllB Co...
809 72 2378 .William S. H e y e r . . .
I •
& Construction C o . . . 1,286 13
Jacob Coffer, 42 West street, says:
1.14 40 2203 Citizens' NatlonaljBank
Clork . " . . . . . . . . . .
30!l 72 2379 C. Cunningham.
12625 Delaware 1 -River Quarry
•
"I
had
kidney
trouble
for
some
time
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$320
4
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fill 00
2001 R o m e y COIIIIIH . . .
.
and suffered trom pains in iiijrktwe—•
309 72 2381 Thnmns mGla r v e y . . . .
I 2610 Wlllard VS. Naylpi'.'i.....
2 32
Association
17 05 2295 F a r m e r s ' & Merchants'
2(102 S . -C. -VUnninlor
2383 JnmoH H o r n n . ,
joints. I was exposed to T o u g h
} 2611 Freehold Motor Co.'Tnc.
81 70
40 00
2003 Dorinaii, McFaildln . . . .
69 50
57? 45' 2383 Michael L a m b ; . . . . .
Bridges.
National Bank
weather while aboard "ship-and t h e
3004 R , Harmful Co., T e n 107 25
2384 Albert K i n g , ,
June 19, 1918:
v
Court.Expenses.
trouble grew worse. I heard of
own roini"""*j807 76
13S
75
200 00 23S5 Albert K i n g
the,
Rayo
В«t
yeur
dpaler'i.
.
53 30
25117 Lewis.Lumber Co
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81 00 2538 J . Frank Y o u n i a n s . . . . .
Doan's Kidney Pills and before I had
163 50
l f l l i (17 2386 J a m e s Okurson
2224 A. W. Kelly
.....
ConHtruotlon Co,,'Nor-70
00
S387
Chi.
rlctl
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.
finished the first box, I began t o feel
125 00
78, SB
2!W0 Charles White
31L C O M P A N Y i
, ~^J..:VIjvood Avenue road...
4.D77 OO 2225 Charles I I . C l a y t o n . . . .
1 87 502510 Owon J. Melco!. . . „ ; . . . .
75' 00 2388 -William K. Sickles
760 00
222(1
Morrltt
B.
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better. I continued using them and
. 200(1 JoHoiih P . Burko, bal>"B4 74 2541 Owen*J. Sfelee. . . . . . . . , '
110
00
22-27 -U. V ; - l i a w r e n c e , . . . . . . . . . . 51VG(i 23S9. • TJjomtis Costpllo'....
1
before long, I was rid. of the troubleaime Klvtrslue Drive
. 28 002542 Owen J . M e l e e . . . . ' . . . .
2228 doorgo W. Curlcy.',.i.• -• 55 W janb-'Jhmcii'Poi'lcr".".'^'! ." 76 00
riHlil - contract
.002.17 2229 John A. Howland
.
.65.46.
I am pleased to recommend Doan's
..- 75 002391 .William J. OBborn .
2543. David L. Kindi-;-..-•{•... .- -132^60
2081 •-Tho . Fireproof Kealty
24 .17 2544 Clark Conine
2230 CliarleB O. IMvonport..
52 00 2392 John Tnnsoy, J r . . .
Kidney Pills, for I know they are r e 15 00
- .: : CoUMtrui'tiini Co.i Frae•231 75 2545 Frank H . B r a n c h . . . . . .
.2393 Thomas Dowrt
2231 J o h n M . Smlffli
170
05
G6 00
liable"."
hold-Hmlthburff
road. 3.8IS 39 2232 John J. Qulnil
•69 70 2510 Wllllnm' J. Matthoy?B...
23P-1 James I?lBjrlns
........
200
00
17
25
105 00 2233 Nortliwoatorn Deteotlvo
.2085, Charles U. Scliocic
101 00 5547 William 11 M a t t h e w s : .
8395 J o h n - I I o n i n •...'
' 60 00
Price 6.0c, a t all dealers: Dont
2(180 Central R. H. of N. J . . 123 80
111-40 2390 Harvey HtlllwaBOa ! . . .
242 34
Agency
88 35
Monmouth Lighting Co
simply ask for a kidney remedy—get
"• Bridges.
- •
142 lifi J397 H. Newman
2231 • Dormmv McParldln . . . .
125
00
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an no!
39
00 I fВЈH Michnel H. C o l l i n s . . . . .
Doan's Kidney Pills—the same t h a t
2235 Elmer H. Geran, StierlfC 2,000 00 2398 33." Clino
T:
180 00
'Conovor Lumbor Co...
,015 10 2390 Greenwood Rankln . . . .
ВЈ1 10 2236 Charles V. S e x t o n . . ^ . .
Mr. Coffer had.' Foster-Sftilbmn Co.,
47 01
& Devlin...',....
200S A. M. Xownley ВЈ; Co...
48 00 2400 XV, II. Gravatt
25 60 2552 - Cartan
.'.
8 43 2287 K. M. C o n k , "
120 08
Edward
s
.
Vun-leer;.,:.
Mfgrs, Buffalo, N. Y.
• 20011 H. B. PlteheV......
1C0 00 240L T. A. Bowno . . . . . - > . . . .
4M 3!) 2553 H.' 13. Pitcher
.'
230 00 2238 Ii. .1. McCormlck:
225 00
:...
.201(1 ,,11. n.'Pitcher . . . . .
CO
00
68
50
aj-lvanus
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2239
2402
Adam
I.inzmaycr
400 00
. 260 00
2554
H.
B.
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H. B. Pitcher
54
17
400 05 '2555' Carlan &. Devlin
2403 Carel Whlto
427 SO 2240 • H a r r y N. Johnsonv . . . . . "
59 16
2012 Michael H. Colllno...:.
B7 80 2401 Alfred Hardy & Son . . .
79 05
402 GO 2211 James McCann .,
71 58
& Devlin.......
20i:i Allim Burdge . . . . . . . . . .
^ 38 5024O.T Michael Mulvihlll
301 00 255O.nnrtan
25 54 22-12 Joseiih Hue
236' 50
2657
Carlan
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.
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.
.
2014 Hmiplnff
McHenry &
48
00
'
237 30 S558 Cartan & D e v l i n . . . . . . .
22-13 ,T.,'C. Aolcerman
24OC Charles X. Crawford . .
66 88
. 88 412214 Chrlstouher C. Pllck...
41 00 2107 Kdwanl Woolley
39 00 2650 Cartan •& D e v l i n . . . . . . .
110 02
. 33 41•22-16 CI. S; IT. Mount
2015 Wlllluni'M.'seiioy!'.!!!
-2B 00 2408 D. D.. I ( offerson
294 50 2560 Consolidated Can C o . . .
8t 43
2010 William O. Bonnott....
18 00 2248 Oeoruo H. VallWitiklo..
27 00 2409 D. D. Lcfforson
461 00 2561 Hendrlcksoii & Bllatush
S3 52
2017 John H.
... Donovan
.
SO-CO
88 R0 3110 A'n'd'gfnun- &, B u r k - j , , _ • . •
A. P. C l a y t o n . . . . .
3 25
. 3 0 00
2II1H J o s e p h - T . B i t r i ' o w e a ^ G O r - — - 1 3 22 2217
- 3 0 00 2 4 i r Care! White ,...\.V:..."~ 104 50 2562 W . S,"IloiiklnH.-.--.Tf-.-;.
Frank l'eaerlol-*Trrr7.v
2218'
188 23
SO1II J o s e p h S . A n p l e t f a t o . . .
Mnhor & F l o c k h a r t ^ ; . . .
48 25
81 4(1 2412 James Okerson . . . . . : . .
Jphn MulsofC
98 44 2563
(1 78
2020 Wllllnin H . B e n n e t t . . . . ' . 318 85
2664 A. M. Townley & . C o . . .
Oil 00 2413 Joseph Stromenger . . . .
Alvln H. Clivter
49 00 2(.65 H. C Towler.
2(121 H a r r y C. R o h m . :
134 35 2251 Harry Neallo ..'
20
00
162
8S
2414'
W.
H.
Cusler
.
.
.
,
.
10 50
2022 O. A. B u r l t o . . . . . - :
26C0
.
Atlantic
Coast
Electric
20 00 22f,2 Koney ^ Haffe..
10
50
304 20
2415 C. U. Closo
,...
2023 J o h n •!>. C o n k . . .
Light Co L . . . .
; . 34 40 22S3 John MulsoIT
4 00 2416 Fnltlok l l a r t n o t t . . i . . .
37 50' 2567 Collieries' Hiipply^- &
2021 V. 8 . WoekH
51 61
.
45 50 2254 Went Publishing Co;..
17 00 2417 William E. Sickles . . . .
175 V5
2025 C. A . Woolsey P a i n t
Kiiulpment Co U . .
4 00 2418 J a m e s H . Johnson . . . . ,
:
2255 John Flanagan . ;
817 60 Total amount of receipts from
180
00
anil Color. Co. . . . . . . . . .
153 90 2260 S. C. Towler
3 00 2419 OliarleB W. Butcher . . .
•70 60
J a n . 1.1918, to July 1,1918 tl.295,872 10
• 202'S O.
A . WoolHcy P a i n t
4 80 21C0 Mahor & Flockhart . . . .
2257 Thomas IJ. Smith
142 50 Total
amount
of
disburse,
ami Ouliir Co
170 15
5 00 2421 Thonms McGarry (
Tho Frank Shepherd Co.
100 00
m e n t s from J a n . 1. 1918, to
2027 Vnuna,tje (,'oal Co
21140 225(1 John S. H a r t . . .•
11 80 2422 Michael Dupgan ..,
III 60
July 1, 1918
: . . . .$1,225,401 27
21128 Vornmi . Woolley
• 45 00 22110 J. Frank P a t t e r s o n . . . .
9 C.4 2423 Leon A. Barkalow
100 75
2(1211 W . S. H o p k i n s
30 00 22111 RUvood H. N e w m a n . . . .
•13 00 J12I
L n m l Sain of Any Medicine m tho World.
Dunlop & MBit Pottery
SIKH) I i . C . Ayt-PH
Bal.
on
hnntl
July
1,
1918..$
. CC.470 83
CO 0.0
10
50
Joseph OoldHtoln -.
Sold everywhere. In Uoxeg. 10c, 25c.
84 50
Co
......
2(i:il .Tnnatllali II. ' Clayton. . 4113 2203 David o . W a l d o n . : . . . .
T h e balance Is deposited in t h o follow2 50 2425 Tho
MulT.ilo
Sprlngllcld
2032 Tlntorn
ing nnmed banks:
•
Jilanor Water
2B
FOR BUCK,WHITE,
22(11 Pat.sy Harahuchello ...-.
Roller Co.
F i r s t National Bank of BolConijiany
9 22 22C>fi .IN:!!1})!! .lohtison . . . . . . .
20 00 2420 Tho
Buffalo SprlnglUld
:O:I:I Wllllnin nndnoy
TAN, DARK BROWN
75 00 220(1 - Patsy .sarabuchello . ..
PRESERVE THE
m.ir
$
CO 39
• 44 00
37 20
(
Roller Co
."0;; I Wllllnm Itnlllday
C2 50 2267 John II. Houghton..*...
itizens Nntlonnl Hank of
151 88 2427 Jackson
LEATHER.
. e
192 50
Conover
OR OX-BLOOD
!l(i:i!i V.. .1. Koniili...,.
60 00 22CS liitele V. IToughton
Lonir
Branch
485
47
IS 00 2428 Jackson Cnnover
25
20
."
SII.'IO Mnnmolltll .Lighting-Co.
177,60 2269 (I. A. ParHlnw
Atlantic Highlands National
45 22 24211 D. I C Whlto
100
O
O
•
20.17
4ft
William H В» w r
75 00
Bank
- 3(1 002430 Romey Collins
Janins H. Conway
i,r.s2 48
50 00 Asbury Fnrk Trust Company
20:111 l'ulilk! SiMvii'c Electric
48 00
Oi-orgo A. Miller...В»....
4 1 0 0 Asbury 1'ark Trust Company
Perry R. Whlto
130 (IS
lliO 00 2431
noiij.
It.
SmlUi
s
117
03
2432
Andys
Garage
-.1039. Wayne I l a r w v
(Court house account) . . . .
407 27
7.5 00 2133 x rho W m . P . McDonald
40 00
Harry M. Wilson..
anil) !•:. s . vnniBi*.
Seconrl National Bank of Red
Dun't ncKlcct them.
Now is tho
41 I I
AKhury
Parlc
Trust
Construction C o . . . . . . 6,029 20
20.11 KUBOII
CO 37
time, before the hard winter's work ut
Bank .....--...
30 110
70 10 2134 The
Company
l.'lroproof
Realty
&
2012 V. B.'' Cio.'U
the bookd.
Headiiche ami nuura'Utia
First
National
Bank
of
Froe.17 S3 I
9 92
Albert
Rnliblns,
I
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c
.
.
.
.
0,409 71
Construction Co
:iM3
ICO 25
quickly relieved. No chur^o for cun131 33 . _
75
lleni-y Hcboonlein
It. Hafeman . . . . • . ; . . . . . - 420 00 Asbury. Park and Ooean
ВЈ1111 Prank A. Woll.H
lultatiun.
30 721 Freeholders' Salaries and Salaries' of. 2-135
140 75
25DS J . 10. Allen
:
2(115 H. H. MalthewB
473 53
53-1
87
Offlgsrs.
Grove
Banlt
303.00
25J4 l'atriolt Dronnan
201(1 Robert IIIuBlnnon &. Bon
37
48
00
12.1
0
21111 Charles ^ 1 . WyckolT..
Heaconst Trust Company . . . .
2017 LouiH J. Hletlng
Bridges,
C8
12E
2132 Jill
Munnsquan Natlotial Hank . .
- . - P h i l a d e l p h i a E y e Speoialista i I
nuclinnon
&, Smock
June 5, 191S.
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT OCTOBER 28th. 1918.
44 10 2193 William M. llei-BBon
123
First National Bank of Spring
I j u m l j e r - C o .
f
I
2nd National Bank Bide Room 28
1,410
3,064
2436
K.
H.
Joftrlcs
35
50
97
aBlm
210
00
21111
12T
T. K. JelTrles
'•. 2IMH J . Prank youinans.T
Subject
to
chancre
without
notice.
| Every Wednesday Hours 12:15 to 4 p.m.
irnuM's
and
Merchants
Na2137
.lames
Maloney
311 00 21115 BordrtV A. .TelTery
,
28 00
:0lll
Loiler & Sinltli
tional Itank nf Mnta-wnn'... 10,620 71
243S
Kchmiolc
S.
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p
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.
.
:
2196
208
33
('hiirles
V.
aicDonalil...
3W
07
20.i0 Mtmmouth Contracting
Cuntnil Natio-ial Bank of
100 00 2139 IMnnmouth ContractlriB
313 r.O 21(17 O. E. D a v i s . . . .
Comjiany . . . ^
Co
Krechohl
,
472 r,i
175 00 2198 K. S. I t l i c . . . . . .
ISO 00
21151 Owon J. Itclcc
Contracting
Keyport Hanking Company..
1.R10 42
1C0 00 2199 C. K. Close
112 r.n LI0O Monmouth
(!<>:;:! Owen J. Rlelee
2200 Martin JIcCuo
225
00
„
Co
425
00
Oeenn
drove
National
Bank..
690 CO Between Pier 24. foot of Franklin Street. Now York, and Highlands. Highland Beach. Oceanic,
20В»
3.1
2(163"-Owen J. Mcloo
WoU-Xotted
187 00 2201 R. S. Ilennntt
Contracting
First National Bank of 13a20S 33 2111 Mi)nmiiuth
2II&-1 Owen J. Melee
Locu3t Point and Hud Bank3 CO 2202 GcorKo D. Cooper
200 00
Co
tontown
302 00
2S0 00
2065 Charles K. Tliomjison..
111 12 220.1 Davlil Iluck
_.21
00
2122
,
H
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Towler
:
.
.
.
.
First
National
nank
of
Sea
ino
no
Telephone Call 1701 Franklin. Now York. 423 Red Bank. N. J . Highlands Telephone. 1264.
ВЈ056 Charlca X. Crawford...
2204
an 70 2205
1.9S6 37
HrlFht .)-.
n o oo 2113 The Clallon Iron Works
W. V: Reynolds
S057 H . B. Pitcher. . . . r . ' . . .
675 00 First National Hank of Brad48 00 2200 H. P. Darkalow
Cn.
'SO no
FOR NEW YORK
FOtt RED BANK.
(1068 Georue J . Smith.
32
44
10,125
00
500
00
2111
W.
H.
-Mcrrett
ley
Iloach
,..
S3
33
Harry
Noallo
:05() Loula J. Slollng
Daily except Sunday.
^
Dally except Sunday.
Dried, FnlTorittd or SlirВ«a4В«*.
110 70 2207
138 85 Lorif? liraiii'li Uankln)? Co. A.
25 00 2415 lni Warm', Jr.
2277 John W. Hulso
•iOOO Ilennett Gravel Co
145 CO
102 78 227H Qlourw IJ. Berry
320 00 Farmers National Bank of AlP. M.
A. M
LABOELY
125 no 21IB Owen J . Mpleo--v;vvi-ii-:
2061 -Douglas Woodward . . .
:,
75
00
255
00
lontowu
24
17
Owoji
J
.
Mblcu
OO
Henry
K.
Ackorson,
J
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.
.
2
30
.
.
.
.
7
Leave
Red
Bank
.
.
.
.
.
.
2273
2002 Hchnnc.lt a . Thompson..
Leave PTer 24, foot of Franklin St.
75 00 24-IS Owen J . Mcleo
This manure Is odorless ana ex309 2 0 Arrive
552 50 Peoples National Bank of
B2 00
Q. J. Strahan, (salary
. 4 30 "
Locust Point . . .
7 25
2063 Ira Wnrno. J r
Highlands
about
ceptionolly
mitrltioiiB.
PlorlatB,
1
1S3 2?
3 74
75 00 211!l Andrew JfililiHon
Koyport V
as clerk)
Oceanic
7 30
1001 Cliai-li'S B r a n
Occnnic
" . . .'. ~ ... . . S OO "
Landscape Gardeners nntl Growers
\iS4 40
80 50 Kcansburg National Bank . . .
(15 00 22R0 John H. Fitzgerald.....
100 01) i 2451) Kdwnril A. Hyros
. 5 ID "
8 oo
Hidhlands
•
:O65 Alliort Patterson
'
Locust Point "
havo
obtained
wonderful
rouultn.
05
31
1
G
35
110
00
2451
W.
A\
Hulse
The
Matawan
Itank
21111
M. J. Kolly
. 5*30 Arrive Franltlin Street about..
10 oo
10,324 21
:(O6(I Wlllhini Reuil
'
Red Bank
"
Also used for grass, lawn, vege24 47
24fi2 K. H. Weeks
50 70 Hod Bank Trust Company.'...
I.
Court
Houso and Jail Expenses.
:007 Edivnnl OllTOll
table nnd flower irarclens, iiotCod
3,084 .14
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plants ami nil farming purposes.
30 00 , Ilranrh
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COCO Louis J. Siding
4ftOO002317 Wllllnin Oll.lln
2,038 99
on no Klr.'U National Hank of Farm31 no 245T. JOUKIMIO I.on^.streot . . . .
2318 Jnmen II. Cunw.iy;
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TROLLEY CONNECTIONS.
2077 Moumoutli Contractluff
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2 71 2500 Now York Tolophono
2157 Veinon Woolley
•15 nn Fi-oolinld
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Company
AT HIGHLANDS via J . C. T. Co.. for Stnno Church. Navpslnk. Atlanti* Highlands. Bellori
promotlnB tho crowtli ot every
' 2O7H Nnylor-'s Msprefls
42 00
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1,038.05 Keanpburff. Kayport. MiddleUiwn and Red Bank.
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2159 M
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JClrst National Bank of JOne63 302159
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Paint
75 00 National Freehold, .Banking
2239 Bonulo Hum Snnltor2KU Wllllnm Itodney
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Call or write for, your В»|ipply В»t
AT R13D BANK В»la J. C. T. Co.. for Fair VloВ». Middlotow . New Munniouth. Bolford, Ke
anil Color Co
161 70
40 CO
285 4 7
luin . : . . . , . . . . .
120 00 2-162 Wayne Harvey '
Company
once, so ua to assure uhlpnieat.
-2IIH2 UnrniiKh'nf K o y p o r t . . . ,
7 78
Hospital Appropriations.
r,
"502 81 bora and Koyport.
ВЈ10:1 Mahoney -.t llnrv-jy
Tho Merchants National Bank
:oВ»3 riherwln Williams Co..
99 75 22P6 Jlonmouth
WRDftcin! attiintlnn ulvon tn Th« '•Hrp nt Hnrn»« qnij r r i " " v
Memorial
2-101 H.'ll. Pitcher
so on
Doartl-of Prisoners and 8upplles. •
JCC,'170 83
0.000 00 2105 John Crlne
Hospital . . . . . . v ,
i?5 ВЈ'^
. May 22, 1918.
2!l!'l Maher & Flockhart
Wo,
,tho
undiirslKnocl,
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Comralttoo
of
County Tax Board.
440 00
2i(il p . T. Burke
100 02 2214 Chnrlos I,. S t o u t . .
112 7r. 2107 Jlalior & Flocklmrt
tho Board of Chosen Frooholtlora, dply
44G
104 V. Mth.Btrtrt, WВ«'W TOT* Oily.
2IC0 II. Richmond
20 45 2215 J l o w n n l XV. Roberts
280 50 appointed for tho purpoae.' h e r e b y ' c o r 80 C7- 2Ills Jinlior Ji Flockhart
21C0 I). R Malioney
33 17
2109 Douglas Woodwiird
Incidental Expenses.
16S -10 tlfy t h a t we havL* examined t h o forego•:l«9 Harry
arry N * n o
121 00
Henry R- Ackersbn, Jr;
'71 70 2-ITOi . H. 11. rnttcrson
• E29 50Inn ftccpunta of CharleB *F. McDonald,
!I!IO Hnrry Neallo
10.0.00 2299 C. E. Close . ^
3'J 8r, 2471 II. II. Pitcher
It pays to jfdyertiso In The BettlsUr.
2C0.00 County Collector, for tho Blx months
Discount and Interest.
2300 ljeonanl J . Arrowsmlth
10 75 24 7:' II. B. Plichj>r
35 00 from J a n . 1, 1918, to July 1, 1918 also ajl
ran
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f i l l Oil
of, H i , "
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Jersey Fowls and Roasting Chickens
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ANSWER THE ALARM!
A Rayo Reflection
When your boy comes back let
the bright radiance of your smile
and the cheery presence of the
Rayo Lamp reflect your welcome.
Its generous soft glow—without
flicker or glare—gives light
wherever needed, pest for all
fine work-can't strain tkeeyes.
Rayo Lamps are ,sim0ly..:de
signed—portable—no trouble to
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fiEECKAM'S
PILLS
IN
SHOE
quickly help to strengthen
the digestion, stimulate the
liver, regulate the bowels
arid improve the health
by working with nature.
POLISHES
LIQUIDS &PASTES KEEP Y O U R
5HOES.
CHILDREN'S EYES
ill
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MERCHANTS STEAMBOAT CO. OF. NEW JERSEY •
SSTILES Sc CO. !
f
Steamers Sea Bird orAlbertina
Horse, Stable and
Cattle Manure
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.
M. McGIRR'S SONS CO.
THE RED BANK REGISTER.
Pmre
gTRANT) 2Oc
MATINEE
ALL.
SEATS
IVsburij Park
EVENING
ALL
SEATS
15c
TVew
\VВ»r Tax Included. в„ў
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Matinoo Daily .3 P. M.
Saturday 2:30 P. M.
The Christmas Store
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Floor.
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6
IN
"The Ordeal of Rosetta"
PARAMOUNT BENNETT COMEDY
THursday, November *7
IN HER LATEST PICTURE
SHACKLED"
COMEDY,
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"The Burden of Proof"
Saturday, INfoveinrifoer 9
JEWEL CARMEN
IN HER LATEST PICTURE
VITAGRAPH NEW 2-HBEL Bid V COMEDY
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Monday, November 11
In the Jewelry Shop
Gladys Brockwell
It is certain that someone has longed for a bit of gold or silver and this jewelry shop ia.
• just brimful of ideal suggestions. '
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IN HER LATEST PICTURE
H
L A T E T PICTURE
In the Art Shop
.A shop where one finds everything beautiful, useful, artistic—just the sort of" place where
--.-one-sefilcsJor-gifts^ut^oM^
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The Shops for ,Meji.
A Drama of the Rape of Democracy and of a Woman's Part in the Teuton Plot that Plunged the World in Blood
SCREEN) TELEGRAM
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Tuesday, November 12
You are invited to look over our stock of practical things for men* Fancy vests, heckwear, gloves, hosiery, lounging robes, bath robes—yoti may be sure that whatever you buy
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"LAWLESS LOVE"
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Of course the real gift hosiery will be of silk, but there is a. large, assortment* of hosiery
of every description_and:color/^.Th.ej#^^^
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here.'
SCREEN TELEGRAM
COMEDY
In the Blouse Shop
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There are many who will give blouses for Christmas, because they are practical'.""" There'is " '
a wonderful collection awaiting- your selection in this important shop.
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IN HER LATEST PICTURE
In t h eI n f a n t s ' S h o p
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You would never guess that there was so many artistic gift's for faby. It is impossible ::to •
describe the dear little novelties and the dainty frocks, coats and [bonnets.
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F^riday, November 8
In the Book Shop
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• The giving of books can be made as7much a pleasure as. their receipt. .They make ideal
gifts' for any member of the'family. The books you will want- to give are here to meditate upon, examine.and select at leisure.
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Today
ALICE BRADY
In the Silks and Woolen Shop
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What could be more appropriate than a gift of silk or woolen material. A dress length,
a blouse, or a skirt artisticly boxed ready for -giving..*'
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In the Hosiery Shop
RED BANK, N. J.
N O T I C E — I n order to tave fuel the first show will itart promptly at 7 : 1 O , commencing Monday, November 11
NEW COMEDY—I have cpntracted for the new 2-Reel Big V Comediea, Arbuckle Comediei, Sennctt Comedies,
Famoui Sunihinc Comediei and a number of good 1-Reel Comodiei which I ht^e will please my patron*.
The Government has requested" early Christmas Shopping and as usual ih'e
- people -cheerfully comply.
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All Christmas purchases should be made during Novemberas early in the month
as'possible.,
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The Steinba'ch Store has "already inaugurated its .holiday displays and everything is in complete readiness for patriotic shoppers.
On the Fourth Floor a huge all-American Toy Town has been opened. "
. ; On the Third Floor a huge Christmas stock, of gift Victrolas, furniture and rugs.
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Ip every department stocks haVe been -magnificently amplified to make
.selection a. simple and pleasant task.<
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, Prices are moderate and constant special sales are doing'much to ease the purse strain for our patrons.
• "'. _To encourage early Christmas Shopping all change purchases-made
., ^ in; November will be entered as payable in January. If you have not
an account at Steinbach's, open one. - -—'- '
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Full information on this subjectrby mail or at the Department of- -•
•• Accounts—Third
BROAD STREET
Telephone 6 5 8
War Tax Included.
Performance Continuous
7.15 P.iM. to 11:00 P:M.
hGre.is.iiLabsolute g o o d t a s t e .
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IN HER LATEST PICTURE
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"Embarrassment of Riches'*
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PARAMOUNT-ARBUCKLE COMEDY
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HOLMDEL NEWS..
ing William Ely's farm, has bought a
farm at Jamesburj;, where he will
Ban on .Schools and Churches in move shortly.
William Pitcher, the bridge buildTo>yjjВ»hip Lifted Last Week.
The Reformed and Baptist church- er, was taken sick while at work last
week
ami has since been confined to
es resumed their services Sunday.
School reopened Monday afler having his house.
been closed three weeks.
• I .Mr. and Mrs. .William Crotchfekl
' Fred S. Kinhafur has sold a four- j have been visiting Mr. and Mrs."
horse Oliver, plow to the William A. jChriney C'onover.
Jameson 'arm and a three-horse nВ«i-! Mr. and Mrs. Harry fompkins of
Way plow to Charles Mount of Crow-: Milliuni spent Sundayiwith. Mr. and
,
ford's Corner.
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j Mrs, Fred S. Kinhafer.
The Red- Cross auxiliary has re- j liiss Jlary HoTnfes hajL.returned to
ceiyed a kirpe number of. pajamas; school at Enirlewood: The school-had
closed, owing'"to vthe' influenza
and ^hospital shirts to' bqfini.-h<;uby been
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November loth.
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Eugene Ely Ifiis.heen sick.
EATONTOWN
NEWS. •.
Daisy Sutphin, daughter - of Roli-j
Seeing is Believing
We want you to come and see for yourself the wonderful opportunities for saving money which are now being
offered by us. '
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Whether your requirements arejarge o r small, you will
be sure to get exactly what you.-need at prices which seem
almost impossible at the present time.
Our large and varied stock of men's and women's
clothing and a selected assortment of house furnishings
gives you a choice not duplicated in many stores and we
know that our,prices cannot be matched, quality considered.
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lunite.! war fund, drive, which.w-ill
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Iwenty girls and boys in disguise i start next Monday
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paid their annual calls-on the village j Mrs. Hannah L. Heiidrickson fell
lolks Halloween.. At some of the I last week in her back yard and broke
ijousf-.s the^ occupants treated the I her aim above the elbow,
youngsters to cake and candy while -Eustace White of this'place, who
at one home each received fifty cents has
" been
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. - .training
. . - • • with
...*the
. light
in
•166 Monmouth Street, Near Depot
with which to buy candy J 'or other tank corps at Camp Colt, Gettysburg,
Red Bank, N. J.
, lefreshmeiits.
• ., has sailed for France.
Mrs. Lucy Eirolf, who hus been in
Philip Patterson of Lewis street, W W ^ ^ W W W W ^ В» W В» W i В» ^ В» W В» K ^ W В« ? В» В» > W f r W В» M В«
charge of the telephone exchange J who has been laid up with pneumonia,
here, moved last Friday to Asbury j is' able to be about. •• • '•
home on Sunday. Leslie spent part
J«I-K. A ,Ne\yark family mimed Rog-i Otto Applegate has moved his ga- of the day visiting friends here. •
trs hap moved into the house and will I r;i(,'e business from Tinton Falls aveMrs. Hannah Wyckoff has been vishe in charpe ol the exchange:
• j nue to Long Branch.
itinp; her brother, R. K. Cnslcr.
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'Charles Gnyk-r will- farm the Mor- Eilward Feakes has gone to Cali- Mr. and Mrs. Holly Reynolds and i "To rhllilrrn an nncfl of mere*." WlierВ»
ivurmrt (IPP rrenpnt iind riirrrtlonH fnllnvved.
ford Taylor farm next year. The fornia for the winter.
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their daughter Elsie spent Saturday IT NKVKB rAIIA Onp botllf ilnlrovrd)3farm was formerly worked-bv Asher Horace Breese, who is stationed at and Sunday with relatives at Cran- ««rniH. Mootl the tr*t for fltltT Venn*, ^»l[]
evt-rvВ« licre В»r l,v mull. 30c a lmltlo.
Bchend;.
Camp 'Mead, Maryland, has received foi'd.
Est. C. A. Ypurla-cs, M. D., Fblliidelphla.
Frank Crawford has moved into the hi.- overseas equipment.
Miss Klla Bennett of Long Branch
house formerly^occupied by.Howard .^Miss.Jsabe.lle Bennet-t Jia.s jieeii laid ,sp ent ,SuiHLay,.yiitl)..her ,c:ousinfcMrs.,!
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"uji witli'a' IVM\ cbT(T."~"'"""•'" '; •
Lillian Dangler.
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John Bennett has returned to
Mrs: Jleriit.t. n( .Bridceton, who
Miss Annie Morris 1spent Sunday Patterson and Robert Aumack.
work at Robert Voprhecs's prii'rfiire.
has .l-eturiiod-- from u trip to Califriends at Atlantic Highlands.,"
Mrs. Harry Highsim and her daughDaniel Ely .and family returned fornia, is vi.-iting her grandfather, with
A
Hallowe'en party was given ter Constance of Oceanport have been
home last week from a. visit with rela- .1. D. Vay.
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. • • . Thursday night by Miss Lunetta visiting at New York and Brooklyn.
tives at Hartford, Connecticut.
Leslie Wplcott of Oceanport, who Dingman. The guests were Misses
The girls' patriotic league will
Henry Well", who has been work- is at
Meade,
t Camp
C
M d MMaryland,
l d was Ella Davis, Evelyn Lewis, Cofa Lewis meet Friday night a t the firehouse.
iETKINS
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Coming Wednesday, November 1 3 , CONSTANCE TALMADGE in "GOOD NIGHT PAUL"
COMING FRIDAY and SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15 and 16
Charles Chaplin Mil "Shoulder Arms"
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
•USE 0RR1NE .
DRINK HABIT GOES
Dont wait for the drink halfit to
get too strong a hold upon your husbnnd, son or fnthpr, for it can be
broken up quickly if Orrine is given
him..
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You have nothing to risk anil
everything to gain, as Orrine is sold
under a guarantee to refund the purchase price if you get no benefit.
Orrine No. 1, secret treatment;
Orrine No. 2, the voluntary treatment. Costs only SI.25 a box. Ask
us for booklet. Jns. Cooper, Jr.,
Broad and White streets. •
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Hoffman's
JGarage
Shrewsbury, N. J.
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
LADIES' SHOES
New Goods
Latest Styles
You can save $1.00 to $3.00 on each pair of shoes
bought herfer Small operating expenses enable me
to make very low prices;
School Shoes a Specialty
I. WEINSTEIN
Monmouth Street, Red Bank, N. J.
HOTEL, ABBOTT
Shrewsbury Avenue, Red Bank
Three Minutes from Depot
FTRST-CL.ASS SERVICE
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CAFE and BAR ATTACHED
JAMES Lu WORDEN, FВ»roprietor
TEaJSPHONE O6B RED BANK
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RED BANE REGISTER.
.VOLUME XLI. NO.' 19.
YESTERDAY'S ELECTIONS.
THE RESULT IS CLOSE IN MANY
OF THE CONTESTS.
Edge and Baird Elected Senato
Scully Gcti Dig Majority—Republican Assemblymen Win—Split on
Freeholders.
The election yesterday was so close
in many places that the result is not
yet known. Early returns were entirely changed by later returns in
mmiy cases. Walter E. Edgo hits been
elected senator from New Jersey by
ii majority probably somewhere between O.UUO and 10,000, and David
Bnird has been elected by a majority
.considerably less thnn that of Governor Edge,
Iliu.d Wotklr. Bnttnd M Bwond-Clais MВ«ttВ«r i t t h . Po.t.
offlci at Red Bank, N. J., nndВ«r thВ« Aot of March Id, lITt,
in the township as tho saloons and
liquor places have been cloned by the
government.
H, Whitney Conrow of Qceunport
was defeated for re-eleetiuii to the
township committee on tho Democratic ticket by Walter If. Clerk
of Port-au-peck, the Republican candidate. .Clerk won by u majority of
Bl votes. 'K. H. Stoye, Republican,
defeated Frod A'.! Beale, Jr., Democrat, for justice of the peace. Frank
Demurest and Arthur Taylor were
elected constables.
Minor Contest in Shrewsbury.
Orlando J. Warden and Loomiril
Herbert of Little Silver wore elected
surveyors of the highway in Shrewsbury township. Mr. Warden had no
opposition,, Mr. Herbert was opposed
by Herrmtn RiUau of Newman
Springs, who was defeated by |jf>
votes. Aaron Armstrong of Shrewsbury was re-elected countable ami
Edward Bowman and Conover Trunx
were re-elected poundlieepers.
The'-election in Monmouth county
was divided between the two partie.".
Congressman Thomas J. Scully carried the county by upwards of 1,000.
The two Republican candidates for
assembly were elected; Thomas Lloyd
Lewis receiving a majority of about
H00, mid Dalian G. Young receiving
a majority of about 3150. George 13.
Goodrich, the Republican candidate
for coroner, was elected over Philip TWO COLORED YOUTHS NOW IN
;
Oohen.
THE COUNTY JAIL.
The contest for freeholder is close. William Brown of Rod Bank arid
The unolllciiil returns, which usually
Philip Reevey of Fair Haven Atare nearly accurate, give Bryant B.
tacked MiВ»a Mary McCarron Last
Ncwcomb, Republican, a majority of
Thursday Night.
l!0S over James U. Tinker, Democrat;
Two colored men, Willium Brown
and Charles M. WyckolV, Democrat, a
majority of 310 over George Woods, of Mechanic street, Red Bank, anil
Republican. The'total vote of each Philip Ii. Reevey of Fair llnvun, are
В» candidate for freeholder, according in the county jail on a charge of atto the unofficial returns, is .as fol- tacking Miss Blary McCarroii, daughJows: .
, i ter oi Patrick McCarron of Grange
avenue, last Thursday night. BroWn
llryiinl H. • Nowrcimb
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7.S.10
Churli'n M. VVyckolT, . . ;
•. , . .7,795 and Reevey are each nineteen years
.
Jnmв„ў It. Tliilii-r
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7,673 old.
Ocurm- WIIUCIB
7,(85
Miss McGarron .is employed in the
'In Kerf-Bank the Republican condi- office of Doremus' Brothers Co. Lust
• dates wore successful.
Arthur A. Thursday night she worked Inter than
Patterson was elected mayor . over usual. She passed a group of HalRalph O..Willguss by 328 majority, lowe'en merry makers when she.- was
and Millard F. Tetley and J. A, Van- near Grange avenue on her way
Schoickvwere elected councilmen over home, some of whom had their faces,
Charles Preston and John H. Apple- blacked. A little, further on she was
gate by about«200 majority.—~" '
stopped by two .colored men, Sho
The soldiers' votes are yet to be thought they were white men who
- counted. , These votes were cast at were some of her acqaintnnces and
the various war camps and will be Who were having Hallowen'en sport
mailed to this county.
I t . is not with her. She was soon undeceived,
known how many of these votes have however. One of the men hi); her on
been cast nor-when they will reach the head-with a bottle. Miss •McGar. •-. Monmouth county, but it is not'tie- ron gave a scream; but the scream
liewd that thera will ba a sufficient was cut short by the other man throwmajority one way-or- tho other to ing, his coat over her head.' The other
change the result as given above. man then attacked her, tearing" off
However, each party is hoping that most of. her clothes.
there: will he .sufficient majority in - Miss McCaiTon's scream was heard
these soldier ballots to change the re- by Otto Beutoll and Frederick W.
suit in its favo: on the freeholder Travers, who ran to the girl's., assiutarice. , The men fled when Mr.
contest.
Beutell and Mr. Travers approached.
. Paster Candidate Wins in Highlands. Mayor Frank D. Covert and Chief of
.Daniel Bills, who received the nom- Police C. Pit Wor.thley of Fair Ha'inntion of hoth'parties for the office ven were summoned and they made
of the struggle,
of mayor of Highlands borough, was,
defeated by 11 votes by Fred Kiefer- a search of the.place of wine, a large
dorf, Republican, who ran a paster k T h , 7 ( » d » b o t t l f ,y T . • 1 o •-,
campaign, U. G, Johnsonund Leon- k m f c a n d a fingerstall. They learned
ard W. Spilznagel, Democrats, w e r e 1 *n "l f' e Roe env et >
' h " d *>e?n u s / n f r
w "
he
M c C a r r place,
p , where
elected councilmen Mr. Johnson s u c - |^k n l f e o n t h e ,. McCarter
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was
emp
oyed,
and
that
he
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ceeding himself. Mr. Spitznagel won
pb
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over. Alexander Adnir by 9 votes. Wilhls tn mb ^
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soon
caught
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and
he
was
locked.up
in
liam L'. Rowland was elected councilthe
Red
Bank
jail,
He
eonfessei'
man to /ill Ijio unexpired term of Robert Hennessey, who is overseas, he that he and William Brown had athaving no opposition. Abram J. Par- tacked the girl. Brown" was then arleer wasj'e-elected assessor and Gran- rested and locked up. Both men were
din V. Johnson was re-elected collec- taken to the county jail Frjday.to
awnit the action of the grand jury.
tor without opposition.
Miss McCarron was. bruised bu
Seabright Goes Democratic.
suffered no other injury. She was
CI
Seabright rolled up a" big vote for able to return to h e r work on Monevery Democratic candidate on the day.
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state and • county ticket ns well as
MUSIC IN WAR CAMPS."
eleetinp Charles* F. Hampton .and
NEGROES ATTACK A GIRL.
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RED BANK," N.1 J.; WEDNESDAY,
NOVEMBER 6, 1918.
BURTON SWANNELL KILLED
RED BANK BOY KILLED IN ACTION IN FRANCE.
UiВ» Death Occurred September 28lli
—He Saw Service with the Red
Bank Cavalry Troop on the Border
—Was Sent to France Last May.
Thomas Burton Swunnell, aged 20
years, son of Joseph Swannell of
Vetcrs place, wВ«:; killed in action in
''ranee on September 28th, iu'eordim,'
,o a telegram received l>y Mr. Swanbell's father late Friday night,
Burtoh.ns he was-more familiarly
known, left Rod H^nk—for-Camp Dix
air April .'id with a contingent (if men
>om this military district. On May
20th ho went overseas as a member
of Co. A, .'103(1 Engineers. In his
many .letter* to his parents and to
friends in Red Hank and vicinity he
ilvvays wrote, in a militant spirit,
ealizng that he had a job to perform
mid was ever willing to do it, He
was a former mem bur of the Red
iank cavalry troop and served with
that organization at the time of the
Mexican border trouble two years
ugo. Ill's father was acting captain
of the troop at that time. After tUc
troop's return from Arizona, Burton
entered civilian life as a salesman for
the International Harvester company
:iiwl be had a responsible position with
that linn. He was well known in Red
Bank, having been burn here and his
education was secured at the Rod
Bank public schools. He js survived
by his parents and by a sister,' Mrs.
Florence Kulp, wife of Rev. Edward
J. Kulp of Topeka, ICansas, a former
pastor of the Grace church at Reil
Bank.
-Y
Burton was engaged to be m'arritfd
'to.Miss Zoa Rex, daughter of Charles
Re'x of Runraon. The wedding, was
to have taken place immediately after
his return from military service
abroad.. V
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,"
Mrs. Swannell, Burton's mother,
has been in poor health some time
and a t t h e present is in a very critical
condition. She is, not aware of her
son's death1. Mr. Swannell is an architect in the employ of thc-T.-A.
Gillespie plant at Morgan'.
' Burton is a grandson of the late
Henry Gill and the late Thomas Burton Swannell, both of whom saw service in the civil war. The hoy was
proud of the fact that his father and
both grandfathers had seen military
service and that he was following in
their, footsteps in defending the flag
of his country.
YOUNG MOTHER DEAD.
Mrs. Clifton VnnN'ote of Red Bank
Died of Penunionia,
Mr.-). Clifton VaiiNotc of Mechanic
treet died last Wednesday of pneumonia after a week's sickness. She
ivaj 121 years old and besides, her hus-,
janil sho leaver an infant son. Her
tarents, Mr. and Mrs. -Wilden G. Esell of Went Point 1'leasant, arc liv,ng. Her husband, who has been'sick
ivith pneumonia, is recovering. The
funeral of Mrs. VanNote was held
Sunday at West Point Pleasant.
SHREWSBURY COLT SHOW.
$1.50 Per Year.
PAGES 9 TO 16.
SOLD TWO HOUSES.
Rolielt D. Bush of. Celt's Neck Sells
Adjoining Dwellings. .
FIRST ANNUAL EXHIBITION WAS
. Rubci'l IJ. l!u."h'of Colt's Neck has A. G'. LUYSTER UUYS A HOUSE
HELD SATURDAY.
ON PARK PLACE,
: old his two iiousu.-i at that place.
It Took Place on Mi«« Clara S. Peck's Tiie largPr dwelling, which contains Mr. Luysteir is a Farmer Whose Ptacv
Country Estate—Hordes Owned by eight room's, was. bought *by Arthur j ii Near Middletown—He Will ConMiss Peck Captured Eleven Blue 8u!l'el, and the other hou.-ie, oti an'i
tinue to Run His Farm but He Wilt
adjoining lot, which contnins four |
Ribbons and Two Reds.
Live in Red Bank.
„,,
-. t
,
, -i •-•
i rooms, was bought bv -Mi.-se.-i Minnie
r ,i
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_
_ ..„„..„
(I. Luyster, who owns a farm
1 he hrst annual exhibition of the i , Kli.abelh
Sotfcl.
The
bouse n C iA.
ir
Middletown village, hВ«* bought
Monmouth county colt show assoeia- bou'gliV'hv'MrwSo^'eMiaK
, - , , , . |,y MivSoirel has been
been •••liciin't
vacant j
last -March. TThe
interior will I iVilham Buchanon's house
on
tioi, was held Saturday afternoon at since
^
- „„ami.
• ,lot'•'
l a ; .' t M , l r ( . h
) l ( , i n t , r i o | . w i n , .. . . . . . .
Miss Clara fe. Peek a country estate, , r c p . l p ( ; r e , 1 .,„,, 1C p ;i inte.l and will i ' ' a I ' k I>l"ce,.-Red linnk. The lot is
;|T
f e e t f r o n t : l d i!) ] 4 ! ) u 1 1 l l e e
Winguneek tarnv, at Shrewsbury. The 1| „•,.[.„' i u ( 1 | ) V ihi. , a W . owner
' 'В«
"
' Pshow was largely attended and it ut-j
-.
_
',.
The house has six rooms and bathyoung
this the
part best
of the
coun- j ROTI ,J\J В» n y C
D U-i r r
tracted stock
somein of
blooded
• -J•J—
>
| airroom,
and range,
is provided
with
gas, hot
healer,
hot and
cold.water,
try. Horses owned by Miss Peck cap-1 ifllLl I ARK OEixVlLC
stationary tubs and electricity. The
tured
elcen
blue
ribbons
and
two
red
j
house is on the south side uf Park
NEW YORK STATE MAN DIED ones. Her brown mare Winona was _ ' _
place and is near the public school.
;
LATE SUNDAY NIGHT.
judged the most suitable to get sad-j ' w u
I'hc'price paid was $<1,OIHI. -Thei **
FOR
'.••H0.OK.horses and the best mare of all
of the property was mudu.by the .
Wayland F. Ford Was Prominent
breeds
in
the
sweepstakes
event,
Her
Bank
real estate company.
Four
Lawyer for Several Years and Was
More Will Leuve Thunday of
a Captain in the Civil War—Leaves chestnut (illy Wayaawi won first for
the best registered American sad'lle
Three Children.
filly, the best under one, year suitable
Wayland F. Ford died at the home to become a saddle horss, the best
to
"
, , , , ' ,
... ,,
.„. , ' a t Kod Hank and will
of his son, Wayland K. Ford, Jr., on filly by Glen Chief and the best foal
Two,
daily.
Two, drafted,
drafted, men
men lelt
lelt the
the Elks
Elks JJ jj ,, ii aa ffaatm
tm daily,
I'etcra place late Sunday night. • Mr. of all breeds in. the sweepstakes. Miss home
at
Red
Bank
this
jnoiTjing
for
j
rjuchanon
has
a
vacant
lot (idM r
ome
r h
M
Ford was eighty years old and had Peck's black mare Princess Pat won military
ilit
service att fort
•orfc Hancock.
Hanock •. j o i n i n ' , , ' l k c property h
he sold
ld am
h
ndd he
)een confined tc> the house since lust four blue ribbons and Wwh Wall
. T h e y , reported at half-past nine ;e j i c t a t 0 b u i M ., ; h o u s ( , , o n t thi3
lot
ni3
July.
Death was due to the in- Tayse, a brown mare, captured onee j o clock and were taken to Sandy Hook"j a B s o o | 1 a s \,ui\(ymii material Iuand
' ' labor
firmities of old a^re.
blue ribbon. Her brown mare, Purinaa ,j in automobiles. -1 he men who went ic . m )j( , obtained.Mr. Ford was a native of Lafarge- Belle, was second in the brood mare ] were R. Clifford .Krnckson and. Joville, Jefferson county, New York, sweepstakes.
eph Ricciardi of Long Branch.
and was' a prominent lawyer in that
Thomas S. Field's Pom 'Pom won I Four men who registered on S e p - I j i n i i r
ATI ANTIf1
l\]T\
IT
section for many, years. Jle .served in first for mares four years -old or over j-tember 12th will go to Fort Hancock, j III/1?
rtlUnnHVi
, Vlll
11.
the civil war and rose to the rank of suitable to become a.polo pony; How- i Thursday of next .week. The'^tare |"
.
—1_
:
captain. He waw a member of the ard S. Borden's Laughter captured | John P. Le'ddy and Frank. II. 'Gilhuly i f o
T
IN THE LIBMasonic order for over fifty years,
first
or over of
of Red
Red Bank and
and John. Meyer Ritter j n
first forthe best four-year-old or
f J ^
V..l,,rM
• Three children survive him....They
i
t
b
l
t
t
}
i
d
S
B
!В»nd
David
II
Hardenb'robk
ofJfoir
ERTY__BOND...CAM.PA|G.N.
lire Mrs. Edith Shulaiider of Yonkers( suitable to get po}o ponies;-and-S-B- !В»nd David- II. Hardenb'robk of..Jfoiri
They will report at tenj T L
Township Was $25 000 Behind
Louis H. Ford Of Clayton, New York, Kraus's Moving Picture was the best i Haven.
stallion
to
get
polo
ponies.
Jesse
W.
[
.
g
[.o'clock
in
the
morning
at
the
Elks'
•
... ,
' D ^ -f ,i' e n r ive. but
and Wayland F., who is manager-of
ВЈ.
^^
Up'
Earl was judged
Pf'
El
j d d the
th best;
b t home the day they leave
'
ВЈ %
^ В°R
Rollled
ld
U ' Iu
the WooKvortli company store at Powefs's
stallion
suitable
to
get
saddle
ppnic.3.1
iweny-eiRht
men
will
leave
for
,
s
E n d Completed the Job.
Red.Bank. The funoral was held at
Atlantic township the l.im or
his SOU'B home yesterday afternoon in •-. Glen Chief, entered by the New \ Camp llix on the, !):-42 train Friday
charge of Rev. Robert. MacKellar. Jersey saddle horse club, was judged ] morning of next week. Two men in Democrats, and of bitcer polit cal
The body was sent to Mr. Ford's for- the best saddle stallion with-George \ this call volunteered. They are'Vernisedovtir %i'i,OUU in the lasc
ond.l'non Henry Parker of Red'Bank ami I scriipK,..r:
mer home for burial'.
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DIED AT HIS SON'S HOME.
W. B.L1PPINCOT DEAD.
Well Known Lone Branch Ivlan Dead
After a Long Sickness.
William B. Lippincott of Long
Branch died Friday after.a sickness
lasting four years. Mr. Lippincott
was 81 years .old and wns born at
Long Branch, He was n carpenter
and had worked os.a foreman on several big jobs, lie was a pastmaster
of the Masonic. order and had been
a Mason over fifty yearS. He was a
veteran ot*. the- civil war. Three
daughters survive him. They are
Mrs. Joseph Hasiay/ay, with whom he
lived; Miss May Lippincott,.who conducts, a private sanitarium a t New
York, and Miss Clara Lippincott, a
Red Cross nurse who is now stationed
in 'Paris.
for registered thoroughbred.stallions]a
raised in fill-the quotu. The task of,
get'hunters. .Samuel G.
suitable to gethunters.
G. i RВ«I Hunk rtarry J. iroirnmnn, ,i,ii
aising tho amount looked impossible.
A l l ' Eddie
Eddi F
t first
fit ffor tho
Allen's
Fov "got
tho I Viscmi. Vincent J. Iiruno, jim.jih OniiiВ«:iiii?i raising the amount IOOKOII lmpossiunj,
but had
the been
loan canvassed
workers
best stallion, t o g e t cavalry mounts. I !:""iiiJV'ln"il"' Vmi.n il.-l',,*.r, lMniom-m | .thoroughly
, s the to-.vnship
".went to it"" with ' a Riim detcrminaMrs. the
J. Wright
Glenyear
Kinff
"
was
best coltBrown's
under one
to
h abpolo jiony.
l
d.
t
become
J. Amory HaskeH's Mollie was
judged the best mare to get cavalry
rnounts and Mrs. Helen L, T. Juhnson, .luHt-ph llowell Dounhty.
j;..,..В» S. Weeks was chairman of
Hughes's Ferndale got first for the
Eatohlo-A-n—Harris Millf-T, Cll'cster Sail- j the loan committee in the township
best three-year-aid to become a
and -the other member.--; of the .com.
.SealirlHYlt-r-Siverl'
"Walstrorn,
Walter
'
J
.
hunter.' Howar.d S. Borden's Peggy SwL'enoy.
.
mittee were Walter Fields. Frank.
Burton is the second Red Bunk lad
•won a blue ribbon for the best mare
ltunisdn—^^Jobti 1.. lluri/csM.
Matthews, Fred Conover, Frank Mato answer the final roll call by being
Liltlfr fiilvcr—- Arthur I1. Hales.
to get general purpose farm' horses,gee, Garrett Conover. Charles Benkilled in action. The first Red BanK.
Oceanic—Arthur
R..Turner.
and Mr. Haskell's Sunny J i m - w a s
er to be killed in action wno James
nett, Everett Matthews, Albert Buck,
judged the best two-year-old to bePatrick Carroll, son of Mrs. John CarSidney Boors, Charles Bucfley, TheoBUYS A HOME.
come a general purpose farm horse.
roll of Monmouth street," who was.
dore Lewis aind Garret Buck:
Miss Julia Bi Fincke's Acushla was
SCHOOL PRINCIPAL DEAD.
killed September 15th. '.
Ha,rfy
Jackson
Purchases
John
J.
first for the best two-year-old to beQuinn's House on Bradge Avenue^'
Archibald M. Dick of Keyport Dead come a hunter.
Ira S. Barrow's
After a Long Sickness.
Aguinaldo was judged the best twoTWO DIE IN ACTION.
Assistant Prosecutor John J. Quihn
Archibald M. Dick, who was super- year-old to become a cavalry mount. of Red Bank has-sold his house on.
Joseph M. Conk and Frank R. Givens vising, principal • of the Keyport John McBowman's Jane- P.oe was Bridge avenue^ f ormerly. occupieil by
•
Killed in France..
EXERCISES TOMORROW NIGHT
schools twelve years, died Tuesday. J o n n l U C B O w m a n s j a n e - t r u e w n o . - - - - - = • - - • Joseph M. Conk, son of Mrs. Agnes Ho had been sick since last February, first and his Bob Chester second in | «ev. Lester G. Leggett, to Harry
AT HEADDEN'S CORNER.
the
class
for
the
best
yearling
suit-1
Jackson,
an
employee-of
^
U
^
StandConk of Long Branch, was killed in when he was fltricken ..with Bright's
ard oil company at Red .Bank. Mr.
• ' Jackson bought the property for a The Red Bank Italian Band, Camp
action in France on September 29th. disease. Later other complications [•able-for a cavalry mount.
His mother was informed of her son's set in. Mr. Dick was 49 years old.
Vnil. Soldiers and Sailors from
home and he and his family aro now
SOLD HIS HOME.
death by a telegram from the wnr He leaves a widow and four children.
Highland. Will Take Part—Newoccupying it. The price, paid was
department on Saturday. ' Conk was The latter are Wallace, Archibald,
Concrete
Road Will be Blocked Off.
$4,000. The house contains, seven
a first dabs'private in n medical de-Pif16 'UV1'<:1 " " ; " " ' " " - j ; "U"";'" • John J. Reilly Sells His House on Her- rooms and bathroom and it is provid- • Soldiers from Camp Vail and
'
„
.
be.rt_StrВ«et.
tachment.
member'of
the. a Free Mason
ed with"hot water ^ hent," stationary sailors stationed at the Marten house
. .
/. He
-IT_ was
.-..„„ a„ m
and Lester.
and: a member
Mr. Dick
ofwas
the
o m i , o , , n f t l l B | Theodore
J.ohn J. Reilly of Herbert street, tubs and other conveniences. The at Highlands will take part in - t h e
Norwood baseball team before going Knights of Pythias. The funeral was
whose
wife
died
about
a
month
ago,
into service.
house was remodeled about two years community service flag raising tomorheld Sunday at 'his late home and the
•Frank R. Givens, who was the first bodywas sent to Ossining, New York, has sold his house on the north side ago, at which time hardwood floors row>ight at Headden's Corner. A
of that street to William J. Poulson. were laid throughout. The. lot is
president of the Asbury Park and for burial.
concrete i
The lot is 37 Vi' feet front by 149 feet 50x150 feet. A garage is-on the rear v/i.u..v..j _
Long Branch typographical union, has
will be '
deep.
The
house
has
six
rooms
and
I
"TjSg been reported killed in France.
of the lot.
NIGHT SCHOOL OPENS.
and between this block the exercises
has toilet, gas and wafer". Mr.' Reilly'
Vivens.enlisted in the Canadian army
will take place.- A string of electric
;wo years ago. He was 42 years old. tenography and Other Business S
Sub- had been holding the House at $2,800,
ITALIANS CELEBRATE^; lightS'wilMight~up the road.
Jl!LiO!i;ib_&ffl0-£t8licJcan4idates.. A—Talk-on—This—Subject^teforo-thebut the sale prioe-was-a^liLtlElrtiliM.
—iectj—TauBht-af
High School.
i? The~chief speakers —will .bo Assi8-r.
^ecti
_
~Tor counrUmen.
James A. Ryan,
Wbman's Club on Friday.
Eisner
Factory
Closed
to
Let
Emthat
figure.
The
sale
of
the
property
ASBl/RY PARKERS KILLED,
that
figure.
The
e
p
p
y
tant Prosecutor John J. Quinn of
Sessions of the night school opened
Democratic candidate for nssessor,
' d
b th R d B k
l etate
ployees Celebrate Victory.
VonWagenen
of
Red Bank and Rev, Horace R. GoodMiss
Marion
n
the
Red
Bank
high
school
building
was'made
by
the
Red
Bank
real
.estate
and Daniel W. Bed-ford,- Republican
jrmer
Members
of
Company
H
before the Red
When news that Austria had signed child of Middletown. There will be
a^_JiiahJ_jvith_arilattendance of 35. company.
or, -collector, were . . Bank Woman's club on Friday alterih Aerron—Octobei!—U
rrrrfrtatke-eiwlirrj»-tfle-#i»lrti«g—beThe sehopTwtff1fS?et every
y
elected withont opposition.
•
singing uy
News of tlie death in France of two. and Thursday nights from .7:00 to
.RESTAURANT SOLD.
,
noon on the subject of music in the
tween- that country and Italy was re- singi
seph
and fidward
h Bray
Bray and
• New CouncilmeA at Rumson.
war camps of the country. Providing nove former members of old Com- 9:21) o'clock. Stenography, typewritceived in Red Bank-Monday the "Ital- seph
women off the
the village will
act as
a
Farrell.
The
Fred
Lorenz
Sells
HiВ»
Business
to
>any
H
of
Asbury
Park
was
eonian population of the <to\vn was jubiption committee' and will serve
ing, bookkeeping,- business English
Richard J. Rogers, Republican, niusic in these camps is one. of the
Mrs.'Julia Nickolas.
ained
in
a
letter
received
by
Harry
branches
of'
the
war
welfare
work.
lant'.
ant.
Large
numbers
of
Italians
Italians'
are
!
f.fje^doughnuts,
J^jet^'d'oughnuts,
cake,
v.i^o,
president, of the Rumson. council,
and arithmetic are the subjects
The Red Bank real 'estate.company mployed at the Eisner uniform f a c - | a n ( j cOffee- to the assemblage, The .
whose term expires this year, was de- Miss VonWagonen is chairman of the iushton from his brother Jesse, taught.
A course' in elementary
ory and
play
e( j jjBnk. Italian.band will pla
and Mr.
Mr. Eisner
E i e ordered the fac-;-^
feated in a three-cornered contest by music department of the'state feder- they were Corporal Vernon Baker, French will also be taught providing has sold Fred Lorenz's restaurant' in tory
,.._.„ pat
the
Garbarini building near the rail- tory closed
son
of,
Charles
Baker,
and
Har&ld
l d for
f
th diyr
d y to
to allow
allow the
the | Kecl nans,
j s luumii
Th L.....V
xercises will
George W. Emery and Charles A. ation of women's clubs and she has
ten or more-pupils are secured. Prosthe
triotic airs. The exercises will wind.
ioad_station
to
Mrs.
Julia
Nickolas
of
Daly,
son
of
Frank
Daly.
Both
were
')een
very
Active
in
collecting
musi-J
wMstetion
to
Mi's.
Julia
Nickolas
ot-|it-fi
--i
t
the
victory
of
I
"
'
'
Wilson, Democrats. M:v Rogers ran
ana t
ce ebra e
pective pupils-can- obtain-alLinfarmaup
with
a
"block
party.
The
comill. instruments for the soldiers'^ tilled on October 16th, accordinng to tion. from Paul R. Radcliffe, the suon n paster campaign.
irnittee in charge of the arrangements
:amp9. _;The meeting of-the Woman's he letter. No details of theengage- iserinte.ndent of schools. •
' .
Keyport Re-Electf Bogardus Mayor.
:lub. on Fridav will be held at the ncnt in which the men lost their lives
Drv O, C. Bognrdus, Republican, jommunity house on Front 'street, ivere given.
CHURCH HALLOWE'EN PARTY.
4 v i c e flag
IVUH "re-elected mayor of Keyport by which was formerly the Cutter propp
g
MRS. JOHN L. STULTZ DEAD.
Walter and Charles
chairs,, fixtures, dishes and all-other
- .' ^ ^ _
16!) votes over Edward S. Smith, who erty.
Festival Held Last Thursday Night at
to patriotic music furnished by the
a
,
,
,
ll
ll
h
f
d
ran n pastor campaign. Dimiel A.
Reformed
Church.
.'<
Sister
of
James
R."Clark
of
Red
Bank
equipment, as well as all the food on
RAISING THREE FLAGS.
hand.
VanPelt and William Matthews, ReJ
.Dies at Brooklyn.
A Hallowe'en festival was.held last
publicans, were elected, councilmen. Celebration at Little Silver Friday
BOVSGOTAFREER.DE.
Thursday
night
at
the
Reformed
Mrs.
John
L.
Stultz
of
Brooklyn,
a
AN AVIATOR.
ADDRESS
Their opponents were Frank Smith
Afternoon of This. Week.
aister'of James R. Clark of Red Bank, church. The festival consisted mainThey Were Taken to Sandy Hook, j - " Walling, Herbert Straus,
and William Sexton, who also ran
Three'flags
will
be
raised
at
the
August
Post
Addresses
Congregation
died Tuesday of lest week of pneu- ly of songs from the leading musical
Where They Were Set at Work. Iw ;iliams arid a Polish young man.
paster campaigns.
Jnmes McCann
of Red Bank-Reformed Church,
Margaret Bennett sang
WIIH elected .constable without opposi- uittle Silver schoolhouse on Friday monia at the age of 41 years. She copieuies.
Fi
b
-••*•
Five
boys ffrom JJersey City
City, seek
seekafternoon
of
{his
week.
.
A
flagpole
"K-K-K-Katie,"
and
others
who
took
was
a
daughter
of
C.
V.
R.
Clark
of
August
Postisecretary
of
the
nation.
PARTY ON RIVERSIDE DRIVfc.
will be dedicated at the same time. Hazlct. Besides her parents and hus- part in the singing 'were Helen Dun- tional aero club of America, spoke ing a free ride, hopped on a troop
- 1
Little Silver more than doubled its band she leaves four brothers-and a can, Elizabeth Franklin, Ruth Pen- Sunday • night at the Red Bank Re- train leaving Jersey City for, Sandy
The Election in Middletown.
Hook one day last week. The trainJMisses
lu Middletown township the Repub- quota in the Liberty loan campaign sister. The funeral was held at the ,nington, Genevieve Dangler, Antoi- formed. church before a large audi- took them into the reservation
and
s
e
t
n
J e s s i e ^ Myrtle W o l t o f
lican candidates for county, state and and one of the flags will be an honor' home of her parents Sunday after- nette and Ida Fazzone, Harry Ingalls ence. Mr. Post holds a national rec- passed the guards. When they want-'.]
Halloween.
national pfllees carried the township flag fov this work. Another-flag will noon and burial wns made in Grcon and Rose Lipack. The singing was ord for altitude and.also for staying ed i,o get out the guards stoppeij them Riverside drive" gave
be
a
sorvice
flag
for
the
men
of
the
up
in
the
air
the
longest
time.
He
followed
by
Hallowe'en
games.
..
Grove cemetery at Keyport. •
..
by an average majority of about 115.
and sol; them to work cutting wood Riverside unВ»<. H
community
who
have
gone
to
•
war.
spoke
in
behalf
of
aviation
and
he
party
last
Wednesday
night.
DancOmar Sickles of Nave..ink wns resaid it would be as popular in a few and doing-other work. When they ing was. enjoyed and various Halelected assessor over C. Albert Mount The third Hug will be a large Amerihad finished they ..were paid and
MRS.
J.
W.
M
C
C
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AUTOMOBILE.
years
from
now
as
the
automobile
is
lowe'en games were played a s
of Locust Point by a vote of G95 to can ring. Hon. Elmer-H. Geran will
at present. He urged all young men every boy received, a penny. They pastimes.n "witch"
В»,>В«,. party
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„ ,proved
pastimes. - A
.T2J1. For collector John M. West got make n patriotic address. All the rving Place Resident Died ' Last Elizabeth
Chandler of Spring
e
g Street under 25. years to study aviation for were th>en released.'
the feature:
fun.-ma.kini;
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mime of the
680 votes and Edwnrd T. Bennett Rot residents of Little Silver and the
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Thursday in Her Eightieth Year.
Cut'on
Hand
and
e,/
flying
and
for
men
over
25
years
to.
evening. First prize at this sport was
350. Isaac Morris and ClintoivLohsen nephboring locality are expected to
Mrs. Julia \V. McClellan, who lived •Elizabeth Chandler of Spring street, itudy for ballqon work
AN UNUSUAL SOUVENIR.
;were re-elected to the township com- bp present. •
vith her son, Edw^d. McClellan of four years, old, wa^ knocked down by
. mittee. William Taylor, tho DemoMrs. Ellen Burnett Receives a Picture
iVving place, died last Thursday. She an autonl'bbile last Thursday on Broad
cratic candidate, was defeated by over
Headmen's Corner Boy- W.ounded.
Joined the Gas Hounds.
Frame Made by a German Soldier.
Was 79 years old and besides her son street. The car was owned by the
lowe'en gouuicn >v..-. „.
200 majority.
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Walter Sco'tt, son of Frank Scott she.leaves a daughter,.Mrs. Cumminpts Meaubwbrook farm and was driven
Six Red Bank young men enlisted
Mrs. Ellen Burnett of Wall street
of Tleudden's Corner, has been of Chicago, and several grandchil- by John Egan'.' Mr. Ejyan was turn- ,.i the motor transportation service at .as received a souvenir picture'frame the festivities. Those present at thВ»
Dbsmond Wins in Atlantic.
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wounded in tho nrm in action. • He dren. The funeral was held Saturday ing from Broad street into Mechanic Mew York last Friday. They expect rom her son,, John Burnett, ;who ..is party in addition to those mentioned
• Jnines I*. Desmond of Colt's Neck was treated for his wound in a base morning at her late home and the, ser- I street when the child ran in front'of o be called in two weeks and hope to iverscas with the lied Bank cavalry were John H. White and son John,
won out for ji.ssessor of Atlantic hospital in command of Mnior Peter vice was in charge of Rev. RoVJert I'the machine. The" child's nose and ie selit immediately to France. Those ,roop. The frame is hand carved Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ifngalls, Mrs. Altownship;over Lewis Srjyder by a m:i- P. RnfTerly of Red Bank. Walter is MacKellar. The burin! was at Fair left hand were slightly cut but other- i'ho " joined were Payl Hartnedy, vTHi Mr. Burnett's' name across t h e bert ,\V. Worclen, Miss Alma Burdge,
Miss Florence Smith, Miss Pearl W. •
jority o ^ 5 votes. Desmond received n member of Company M, of the old View cemetery.
wise sh'e was not nurt.
.'ames Costello, Fritz Gustin,, Harold op. The dates 1014-1918 are on tho Wordcn, Robert Turkington, Mr. and
142 votes and Hnyd'er 117. Fred fi!Mh regiment of New York.
iVebb,
Martin
Dwyer
and
Sidney
Mcjottom
crossbar
and
the
initials
U.
iwв„ў Hance
Mrs.
Hnnce Wolt and Edward Wolt.
Conover" and Aaron Sutphin were
jenn.
Party for a Guest.
S. are on the uprights of the frame.
Died After Operation. ..
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elected committeomen without oppoWar Work at Holmdel.
The
frame
is
the
handiwork
of
a
GerFormer
Red Bank Girl Engaged.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smyth of East
sition. The township gave a DemoMrs. Florence R. Potts, formerly
Concert at Grace Church.
ma'n prisoner.^ __
A meeting in the interest'of the of Long Branch, (lied nt Trenton on Weatside avenue gave a party MonMrs. Clara Sherman of Now York,
cratic majority of 100 for the freeMrs, Katherine Throckmorton, who
holders nn<l nil the other Democratic war wo.lf.arp campaign will be held at Sunday following an operation. SlieJ day night for Miss May Martin of
lurmerly of Red Bank, has announced
Gunning Notices..
the Holmdel Baptist church next Sun- was the wife..of Major M. J. Potts, Brooklyn, who was visiting them. •eeently took charge of the music ut
candidates (jot a majority.
the engagement of her daughter,
Durable
cardboard
notices
to
g
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dav night. - A speaker from Newarl- who is in France with the American Cards and dancing were enjoyed and .irace church, will give a concert in
ners for sale nt The*Register office. Marion Gertrude, to Lieut. William
Fair Knvpn Gets New Mayor.
will make an address in nntioipatior forces. Her father, Rev. nlgsep' " refreshments
Grace
church
Friday
night,
November
were served.
The
Also; notices to gunners' printed on wtiinn* Mathews. of Vidalia, Georguests were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Long 29th. The program will consist of weatherproof
J.euter Curchin, Democratic candi- of the campaign to ruise money whicl Edwards, was formerly pasto\ji]
mvlslin! — Advertise gia. date for Mayor'of Fair Hnven, was will, start Monday morning.
aiv,i daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. reading and instrumental and vocal ment.' .<*
bury Methodist church at 1
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Nurse' Now Has Phone.
elected over Joseph W. Davis. RepubBrunch. Mrs. Potts formerly taughi Clayton ami children, Mr. and Mrs. selections.
n
.....j Potts, the district nurse for
lican; by 4H votes. Harry Angelo and William Crispell an Exempt Fireman music at East Orange.
William II. Francis and children and
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. Py-ra-lin
Miss
Black Apparel for Women
Wnrren V. Darling, Democrats, were
Mr. und Mrs. William P. llugg.
..hite toilet, manicure,"military and Rumson, Fair Haven and SealiriRht,
William Orispell, the chief of tin
Large assortment of ready-to-wear co-nib and brush sets",' put up in at- has had a telephone installed in her
elected councilmen over Harvey M. Red Bank fire department, who ha 1
Cabinet Maker Dead.
mourning.apparel,
coats,
suits,
dressLittle, ti Democrat, who ran a paster served twelve years as a member ol
The phone number is
Record 18504.
tractive cases. The b.cst on the mar- residence.
Amloto Galassi 'of Monmnuth
campaign oh the Republican ticket. Independent fire company of Rue
Two brilliant marches by Solisa, es, skirts, blouses, underwear, hos- ket. L. do: la Jieussille, 38 Broad 312-JV Rumson.
William Curchin, Sr., Democrat, wn? Hank, has been granted an exemp' street, a cabinet maker and an em- the march king of America'. Hear it iery, gloves, neckwear, handkerchiefs, street,—Advertisement.
ployee at Proal's boat works, died of at Tusting's, 10 Monmouth street.— veils, etc. A. Salz & Co., Red Bank.
re-elected assessor and George ^V fireman's certificate.
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He will con
-Advertisement.
Smith, Republican, was re-elector tinue on active duty in the lire de pneumonia last Wednesday ni^ht. He Adve'rli.-ii-ment.
of the 'personal properly of the Inter
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Army and Navy
•was-37 years old and leaves a widow
collector, both without opposition,"
KU'/ii
A.
Hori'ii,
711:2 Sunset nvcnuo,
emblematic
frames
for
picture
of
.relpnrtmerit.
,'_ and a daughter.
Tho funeral was Ten Days Left to Send Xmas Cards! Ten Days Left to Send Xmas. Card
ative or friend in our1 country's ser- Ashiiry I'itrk. riirtii'iilat-.i will appears
Eittontown and Prohibition.
held
Friday
afternoon
at
St.
James's
To
soldier
hoys
over
there!
IVjckTo
soldier
boys.over.there!
Dick"Everything' is Peaches Down ii
vice. Six..si/.es. Beautiful construcf
church. The burial was at Mount opf has them! Also gifts for early opf has them! Also gifts for early, tion. I., dc la Keussille, 38 Broad in this paper next, Wednesday.—Ad*
, lOaton'own township nt yesterdny's
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Georgia"
vcrtisuint'iiti'
(ilci'tidn voted ng,iinst locnl option by .•ind "Carolina, I'm Coming Buck t Olivet cemetery.
shoppers. The Dickopf Art Shop.— sboppors. The Dic-kopf .Art Shop.— street.—Advertisement.
"Smiles,"
i'i vote of 212 t(i 1.10, and at the same You.",. You must get one of thes
Advertisement.
Adverliseniunt..
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the most popular record of. tho year,,:
Salz's Supreme Skirt Sale.
time gave a majority for Thomas records whilo. the sjaiijily is good
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Dr...P,unn,
Surgeon
C_hiropodist,^
-~Tv-y-some.
.ofv.;0u,v..wO\-viwniiiktv,sau1
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sung'by"l;aiirliei't"Murpbyr--1i'oti*-wilt'-.>
Featuring' well-tailored- modes- in '••-•-' -'--' — S o r ^ - T h r o a t . - . - —- - ---:--.-.-<:-'Irewiii'-iiml-Dii'llfis G.""Youngs the-Re- Tus't i n K* 571 Ci" M ci ii hi^0 u t Ir 's'ti'eetT-^ A'd
If ypur throat is gore use .Kin- sage, Mivh from.nicu young Jersey Second national bank building, Red waiit it after hearing it.. .Tunting'i* •
silk, cloth,, panamn, serges, etc., in
publican ^andidatesfor assembly, who vertisement.
Bank.
Hours from 1:00 to- 6:00
plain colors, stripes and plaids, at month's sore throat remedy. Sold by pork. Very line. Brevoort's market, p. m. daily,. Telephone 161-W.—Ad- —Adwrtiscmcnt.
favor prohibition.
Last May the
39 Broad street.—Advertisement.
S4.D8, $7.50 und S10.D8. A. Salz & all druggists.—Advertisement.
township committee voted down a mo"Ln Tautca" Pearls.
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This .is jxist the wuitther to ent OOP;
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tion for a special election to decide
Just in, a new and complete lin Co., Red Bunk.—Advcrtiscrftent.
Hindustan,
Highest prices paid for cattle and
Dont neglect your child's soro
funmiis
bonie-rnndo siuiHiige nnd
the rum'question and it was ngreec' of."La Tausca" pearls. A dozen size
Shapiro & Eatz, Long the best dance record yet. Come in Rcrnpplc.
throat. Use Kinmonth's sore throat calves.
Nothing .more" (lollcioafc::1
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Hurd's Stationery.
to put the question to the voters a and qunlities. $5.00 to ?40.00. L '
and hear it. Tusting's, 10 Monmouth
Branch-,
N.
J.
Phone.
1027-M.—AdDorenuis
Bros.
Go.—Advurtlnomont, 1
A new line n't Reussille's, 38 Broad remedy ami get quick relief.—Adverthe .general election. The decision de la'Reussille, 38 Broad stree'
street.—Advertisement,
vertisement.
tisement.
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street.—Advertisement.
fiRirinrU prohibition will have no effec Advertisement. - - t;
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THE"RED BANK REGISTER. -,
Page Ten.
We Announce one of the Best Pieces of News That the Women of this vicinity Have Read This Season.
YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY
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Especially in"Times Like These. Here is Positively,the..Most Marvelous Value-Giving Sale That Goldstein's.Department Store hasEver Offered.
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COATS, SUITS AND
at a price that will interest thousands of women in Long Branch and vicinity. We doubt if there is any easier way to save $5.00
or $10.00 on'youivCoat, Suit or Dress than by attending this value-giving sale. •
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SALE NOW GOING ON
Extraordinary Sale of Women's Winter Coats
An important Scile* cleverly planned. Includes an enormous advantageous purchase of new coats, \vhich aftords an excellent opportunity to supply Winter requirements at very low price. Coats made
of Velour with fur collar, Plush, Ural Lamb and some Mixtures, in green,
brown, reindeer and black.
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Straight line belted models
of Velour Cloth, in fjreen;
brown, taupe, ' reindeer and
black; lined .throughout.
Sale
price
Fur-trimmed and plain tailored coats ^if Pom Pom, all Velour. ' Semi-littcd and loose
models, with skunk collar and
cuffs, in the latest shades. Sale
price.1
28.00
Specially Prepared
Sale of Women's
and Misses' Dresses
Sale
) $22.50
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line models developed in silvertone, Bolivia and broadcloth,
trimmed with beaver, raccoon
and Hudson seal collars. Also
Hudson Seal Plush trimmed with
black- fox-collar and cuffs.- Sale
Velour Cloth Coats of superior
quality with collar • of nutria" or
raccoon; in brown, grey, black
and Burgundy.
Also Seal Plush
33.00
with fur trimmings. Sale price";".""
Sale
A great collection of smart newest style dresses.
Serge, Satin, Georgette combination • and' Tricoiettes; in navy blue,
Pekin blue, taupe, brown, reindeer, and plenty of blacks.
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Selected from
' regular stock, incomplete, assortment. _ Materials are Taffeta, French
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tunic:_effects._._Hj.gh1_. round. and square neck ..models,...Button .Front, or...
"back, and braid trimmed!
Black Silks and Satins
Specially Priced
SALE OF BLACK DRESS GOODS
A Timely Sale of Over 2,500^ Yards of All Wool Dress Materials in a Rousing Sale
Tomorrow at S S c , $1.<49 a n d $ 1 . 9 8 Y a r d *
Values range from $1.50 to $3.50 a yard
Two \vords.adequately.supply the reason,for this sale, "delayed shipment." Otherwise these handsome all-wool materials would
be selling at their regular price?; The price concessions obtained are clearly shown in the values offered.
Woollen materials are soaring
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-36-in. All-Silk Messaline, high lustre; regularly $1.75. ^ Special at $1.50 yard.
.. 38iin. Chiffon Taffeta, handsome quality,
^spft finish, rich black; regularly $2. Special
r^at"$1.7SyaidA
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-^_—3,<£in. j?eau de Soie, pure dye, all silk; regularly $2.50. Special at $1.98 yard.
higher and higher, in fact they are scarce at any price,' so wise![shoppers will act now. We have divided this shipment into three lots for
quick selling.
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TWO OF THE MANY VALUES
LOT No. 1
LOT
No. 2
This lot consists of Nuns' Veiling; Crepe
The assortment at this .price consists of
Priestly'a
All Wool Crepe Cloth, Silk and
Cloths, Serges, Fancy, 'Herring Bone, Cash*
Wool Crepe, Albatross, Pebble Cloth, Serges
meres and some Self-Striped materials.
and Black Striped materials.
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CHOICE AT !
CHOICE AT
LOT
No. 3
This is a veiy handsome collection of
high grade all wool materials. The lot embraces Fine Twill French Serges, Poplins,'
Cheviots, Gabardines, Broadcloths and other
fashionable autumn-materials.
CHOICE A T ' ." •
85c Yard 1.49 Yard 1.98 Yard
Values range to $1.50.
4ong Branch
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Values range to $2.50.
• Jteatherbloom Taffeta Petticoats in plain
colors or Dresden design. Models suitable for large figures. Fitted elastic waistband.
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An excellent assortment of models and materials will be featured at this Value-giving,
sale.
Habular Washable Satin, Taffeta and
Messaline in a wide choice of seasonable colorings.
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Values range to $3.50.
OLD STEIN'S
O E F> A R X M E N X S X O
Sale Price $3.98.
New Jersey
RED
BANK REGISTER
Page. Oevoi,
FURNISHED ROOMS.
HORSE FOR SALE.
HELP WANTED,
STEAM VULCANIZING.
HEMSTITCHING.
Two 'furnlihed. roomi ior rent with op
HorM for **lel KOod iiJi'l willinje worker;
M*n and two hiiys wanted 1AI work in
W# uge the bcii,t m a U m l t *n& KuarВ»nt*В«
gentle; adaptable tor 'Jellvej-y v/nvon nuritcry; good watfeB; oli rnan wilf'do. ' ILM all wyrk: free air service. John Jbtniien, 42
Public School Opened Mondty— without bonrd. ; t Sprln* .tru-t, Kcd Hunk. wry
pink'lrw; <'ubl,-, I-IIRIII i n d i.liiln
Apply to Henry WlnterВ«, Uncroft, N. J." Ha;ik nurВ«erieВ«, 331 Broad, street. Red Hank. West Front street, Ked Bank,, ^hone 72-W. pliiitlnx,
• UtciiiriK; iniiii ' opti-tt «ullj-itu4; nil kind*
^ Theodore Bftiley Moves.
CATTLE BOUGHT AND SOU)'. ~ "
uf liunily thlnurH <J<.ti>, a t tire Handy Shop.
LEAK IN WATER SYSTEM TO B
Hbthvflt price* pftld for cuttic and ctlvcc.
The Huzlet public school reopened Shapiro
CONTRACTING AND TEAMING.
(i-HruiKl В»tr..,-t, K/-i,lol kuikllnir, une flltthl.
INTELLIGENT YOUNG WOMAN
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FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
& KВ»ti, phone 1027-M I.onu Branch.
INVESTIGATED.
Will handle larire or В»mall contract!, Brad;
Also two- rooms, equipped for lljrht houaewonted "fiir permanent po*iliun w.lthyВ«pporMonday utter being closed for seycruL
Ing
and
raovinu
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hour
or
day
contract.
Aptunjty for advancement; pU-nnnnt surround- keepinK; electric liirhts, gas, tt-l'.-phone serI'OCKETBOOK LOST.
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T^OTATOES AND APPLES WANTED.
weeks
on
account
of
sickness
in.J,he
vice and lath. 2G Wallace street, Red Hank. ply or write Abram Patterson, Everett, N. J. Smnll hlnek pocketliook loВ«t I'ridny m o r n Lieutenant Donald Hand Promoted
Potatot!ii, all BIZCH. ruunri anil Umu, and inKu. Storck of Courne,, Hr<l Hank Mtore.
neighborhood.
inil li.-!.w,-,-ii rnllriinil - • t n t l u n null I'enil
apples wnnted. M. Foi'KUBh, cara Kmplre
Captain—Rev. John C. French
FOR
SALE
OR
RENT.
FOR
SALE.
CATERER
SUPPLIED.
Theodoro Bailey and family have uarnife, Hull Dank. ulreet. containiiit! Miim .itf money mid t h r i f t
!ft
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, New Paitor of Prubyterian Chur
on .SВ»Wi n t i . i fur nUiiili-i. B o r a n l if rrtiirnrcl t o Alixn Helen
Special attention t o parties, banquets and
Huprholillc ^0, coupe ainl runabout.|)ody;
moved from the Taylor H. Curhart
•—Lieutenant Ackerion Home.
1'Xcellellt niniJJIlK condition; prie,. $;>50. C. all social functions. James Wolcott, 1C mile or r e n t ; inn- liluek 1,<-1IIW '.inydi-r'f. li,,l,-l I.". KKUII, Miehanie s t i v . l aeliool, licit itnnk.
FOR SALE.
house into Harry S. Cowles'a house /Khode COCKERELS
Hiitulitown. N . J . Iimuii-c, of J.,1,,1 C. 1!|.,в„ў,-!
William
street,
Red
Bank,
phoiw
432-W,
V.
Jacobus,
Knst
Front
utrvel,
Iti'd
Hunk.
lВ«lmnl rrd cocWrelh for Half: Iirlce
The horoufjh council .will havo
on the Ilolmdel turnpike.
•NOTICE TO C U M B E R S .
rilubonitlilc. 10 IliH-Kfn plucu, ncui- llrunch
FOR H I R E . - FOR SALE.
representative of tho Pitometer com
MORTGAOE MONEY
N.jti-,. in li. i.-l.y jiivi-n t h a t t h e ' ' U n i o n
Private William H. Barnes, Jr., of avi-nue, Ited Hunk.
Sevi-n-pii
:er
Cailillfic li
Ciililing!', quantities tu В«uit; round alack to place on property in or near Red Bank,
F.ilU l'r,,t,-,.|.iv,. i.,,,1 (;„„„. AnimeliHtoii had
pany here next week to look into thi Amatol, spent the week-end with his
fuiii-i'iilri
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wi-.f,(iim'ri,
1'IHHII.
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potatoes,
first-cluss;
also
Iwn
v.wni
work
or
in amounts to Buit. Applications given imi,o-t-l nil lint.it
ii|.,,ll,.,l l,y n,,. it-miinlnFIELD CORN FOR SALE.
mutter of leakage in the Wuter uy father.
lioii nnd will pi.,-, ,-ut,- :.ll lr,-H|uiK.irВ». T h e
Old nti'i 11.-v.. IM.MI: ulil .-•••->• »l,,.ll,.,l Pont driving hors.-s. Vnndervei-r VunDorn, Half. mediate attention. Hawkins Bros., agents, Iliilik. Alhi-rt fiunlKe, II) JMeehani,: a l l
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. 10 Monmouth street, Ited Hank.
tem. According to records of tl
'I'iiiliiu Full., ITot.-.-Ui'. null (ianie AnaoclaMr. and Mm. William S. Gilhuly of Alpha (ami I'. O. link ior>, lti-<l IlunU, or Milu rond, Red Bank.
MILK
MEN,
ATTENTION.
tii'ii.
amount of wuter ]>uid for throng Eii}В»lewood were week-end guests of plioiiu '!)(> HumKoii.
HOUSE OR APARTMENT WANTED.
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ROOMS FOR RENT.
meters and the records of tho umoun Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas M. Walling.
We dottlro an tip-to-dnt,- WfmJI home or
A private family with a nice home nr-ur w i l l d e l i v e r i l l - a l ) , , , . , . | | , i t В« i n H \ : j i
KITCUKN S1OVI- FOR SALE. ""
TRUNK WANTED. ,
Iipjirtnu-Ilt in good locality, <itln-i fiiiiiiHlMMl ei-nleiof water pumped it would aline;
of town would liln- t,i rent to ik-BirKniiill
kii.-li.-n - i . , i i . f u r -:il,-;
inp.-i-fi-ct
Mr. nnd Mrs. William M. Ackcrso
Kecoiulz-jinnd trunk in KO'MI enhdition or unfurnished. Addrcsn M. S. Pnrrlll, 3'J
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I'oliditi'in;
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I'.. W n l . - n i i n i l . O l d
that there is u lurgo loult Homewne- and children, who have been Bic wulltud: pr!'f!'i- Htt'amt'r Hi/.e. Apply Kui-1 Hrouil street, Red Hank.
Aildrras M. T-, box 3 13, lt,-d Hank.
llr;iy".i l;iiiВ«lini; r.,;iil. i,iij,nniti- l i n n
ly n v e hox !,1 11, Ki-il Hunk.
in the system, and the councilme with heavy colds, are improving.
WE BUY OLD HORSES.
] i i . i r , M , , l , u , . | , , w n . N . . 1 . . 1,,-fu.-..,, K . - i u i . i h u r i r
are anxioua to have it located.
SLAG ROOFING, s,
Aloiiinmilli.
l l o x r,, K t i i i i f h u i K ,
•flu- Monriiou'tll r n u i i t y l i u n t clnli will |t:ty iiml I ' u i t
P.. Otto Weigand,
Sr., .assistant
BIC PRICES PAID.
FORD
FOR
SALE.
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Lcakr tin and slate roofs made tleht; also
n p i w f o r olil huraej l y r o u t l i t t., Hi,. k..n- , N. J.
Donuld 1). lluntl hits been promote superintendent oi' weights arid menuI urn paying liiic price* fi^r fruuh I-KBQ an water
11110 l-'oril'i-iiiialivut for mile; ill mi,untnl,l<- S5
proofing side walls and cellarB. Og.
slioi-.k itlKtorbcrs, two extra lircn with iu-1.1. Wi- p a y s:l if i-ome i i f t i r tlii-in. l'iione •
to captain. Mr. Hund is the won _ ures, was a Burlington visitor Thurs- poultry. H- Maft, Hfi Linden pluco, lte den
McCluskcy, 147 Hudson avenue. Red rims,
FOR SALE.
rimn: i-niiiiK-' n m r br.-n :il,ii>i-d. In.|liir" Ki'il l l n n k . В° 1 2 ! ) - W . S h r e w s h u r y , K . J .
Kov. nnd Mrs...A. W. Hand antl ha day.
Hank.
Telephone
400-J.
•
0
Houae, barn and other otitlnlildlliKa, w!tk
(ii!iirgi> O. DiMinis, Katontown, N. J .
BLUE FLAME OIL STOVES.
, been overiieua for .several months. H
almut two ucrea of Kroiind, nt New Wop-Klb.abeth and Willium Henry Mor;
UtJTCMER WANTED.
ROOMS
FOR
RENT.
"
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New
Perfection
and
nubi'.sUM
wii:k
slnve.s;!
mouth;,
one
minute
walk from the trolley,
Sternly liufittiui till yВ«.nr ruiind: В«i,oil pay
FOB SALE OR RENT.
hud been acting cajitain of Ilia eon: rell pf Red liank were week-en
Two moms In the lilir.-uy building, 1-i
KeoiKimy (irtu-t-ry iiml Mint (jo.,"ll)^ .Slir
Small" .house lit CK-canic, ,,iu- 1.1.,,-k from ovena to fit nil Btovt-a. O u r prieea ulwityn ten minutes' wnlk from the steam cart.
pany since August 1st.
guests of Miss Emma Morrell.
Monmouth street, S15 pi-r iiu,ntli for both ,trolley;
bury uvetliu-, ltod Hunk.
running water, gnH: hinre i-orner iot. lower thnn el3ewhere. Come in unil uee iApply to A, ' D. Conover, New Monmouth.
rooms. Inquire of Mian V/i-is, 00 Wt-st Will mil on easy terms. For fin th.-i pnr- Wellcr'n store, Iirond В» t r e e t . lied Hunk.
j N. J.
Rev. and Alitt. John G. French
Lester Johnson of Belford is visit
I'ront street, Ited Dank.
tii-ulars address K. S. ]]., bus 313, Ked Hank.
TOURING CAR FOR HIRE.
Frenchtown Imvc moved from thi ing- his sister, Mrs. William II. Heyer
WANT TO RENT
'
THE RED BANK HAIR PARLOR.
KJjrhl-cyJin'h-r,
Ht-ven-pilSHenKer
Cadillac
1
place to the Presbyterian manse her
FOR SAI E.
t h r u room*, fiiinirtlieil ttr <uriruniHlie'l, iirivShampooing, sculp and facial masBag*
toqrinK car for hire hy the hour, (luy or trip,
.. CARTING DONE.
Two Yorkulilre В»ov.-В«. mil- y.-nr old, and All kinds'of
Mr. French hns accepted a call i
Mrs. Andrew C. Tette of Matawai AmiertHin'b Taxi Service.
cartlnx iluhp.by," Freil 8; Kin- iliiK,- liirht hoiisi'kj.'epiM"; eimtrnlly loeult-il; with an electric vilirator: fnanie-urfna.
Rhode
Islnnd
red
chlcki-na
ami.
dueks
for
Ilolmdel. ' I'Ved nnd grain- grouiul with- iniprbverntTlt^ ;rni- wniull'house or p.-lrt S switch miikini; and children's hair cutting.
. pastor of the church rind tlelivero visited Hazlct friends on Friday.
Bull-. A. K Cui.se. Lloyil's fnr.in, .opposite hafer,
i O.pen Fridny i-veninca ,from C;00 to 9 :lf).
while 'you wait; iu;w supnly of liny PI;I:HS uf liolla,-. W . S. K., lio.x 31.3. He,I Hunk..
HOUSE FOR RENT
Kin liist sermon here on-Sunday.
George Warren, who boards wit at Miildletown.
fair grounds, Ited Hank.
Itoom 10, Eisner buildiniT, Hed Bank. Phon*
w j r e j u s t received. Phone 2r,-\y, Jlolmiiel:
MX rooms, ii.-nr station; wi
NAVE5INK PROPERTY FOR SALE.
302-M.
Lieutenant Cecil S. Aekerson vi Miss Carrie Curliart and who hus beei hi' viicatt-d Novi'inliiT Int. Apply l(i II, 1
OAKLAND RUNABOUT FOR SALE^
Dwl-llinjf house and utoro property at
AUTO
CRANK
LOST,
ited his parents, Mr. iiml Mrs. Co seriously sick with pneumonia, 1: 1'eiiHu. Mlddli'town. N. J.
Newly painted nnd in litnl-i-l.'i«rt nieclutniAuto truck starting criink lost .between Nnveniiik on reneoinililo torm^; eorhcr Mini•"SALESWOMEN REQUIIIEP.
nelius Adicrson, I.,'t week, Lieu slowly improving.
cnl condition; 1914 model; U.n-i' rictfn tires: Bed
Aiklrcas
and Stone Churcl,"liy way of Oce- mouth, and Navewinlt aventu.-n.
Sf.'vi-ial tiiili-swdnn-ti wanted lit once; also
GET YOUR STOVES REPAIRED.
price S-tOO. Can b e B<-В«-nl,y implying to anic. Hunk
Aekerson has been . utionoil at Ai
WiBS JoBsie M. GifTord has returne
, Kinder kindly- return and receive re- Bllzabeth ,V. Wlntm-, Itod Ilmik, It: 1-'. 1).
f.i.r lioli.luy IAMISIHI. If euncriunci-d you can
Let UB repair
your
stovea
now.
I
p
y
!•'. P. Held, Oceanic, N. J.
ward.
M.
V.
Hrown,
24
Wharf
avenue,
Red
Ki-t
a
Kti.iidy
po,iti,.n with wornl siilni-y nt
niuton, Ala,,-for some time but e to Jersey City after a visit with Misi Schwartz
h t
W
t Front ttreet an
& S
Son,.^West
YARN FOR SALE.
Hank.
, - . ; - '
oni^i'. If you liu,<; mi lAiii-iiciii-,-. make np]jВ«ct.s to po overscan shortly.
Muplu avenue, Red llank.
Maude Aekerson.
FARM FOR SALE.
A k.t of tarred fodder yniii /"o:- hJn'litifr ['Jre.-lt-foii 1В«jiyiv.xy. .SUiiu.-j Co., IJrwad street,
My failing sinht compi-1^ iut- to offer for
Mrs. Lydia Mason hns returned to
corn.3tulk«; will sell at rclueuit pi-iei- nitli.-r Ik.l Hunk . •
Mr. nnd Mrs. J.0I111 Whitbock 111
.
FOR RENT.
t
TWO WAGONS FOR SALE.
immediate sale my 7.7-nrre fnrm (in the Kv- AttractiveHOUSE
Arlington after a visit with her sister,
house of seven rooms and bntfi; thnn curry over nnbthi-r year. Theiiilore
daughter Marion of Mount Verno
In KOOII ^oiidilioii iiml for siilo elienp; al- crelt rond two mileВ» west of Ited Bank. Cull
GOING Td M0VE7
nil. niotiern convenlenri.'H^jiouUiwest 'cqnier HlilwcJI, file Village Kroc-r, Everett, N. J.
so two nets SIIIK'1-' liurneHS; rcabonulil. nnd see it. Louis Walt<-r.
N. Y., were the week-end i;uestH ' Mrs. James Morrell.
Before" moving or before" putting jovt
of Hrunch and Hudpon uvenues. " Ap"ply"to
Miss MnudeL. Iviiis has retuAie, Cook Si OВ»l;lcy, lied llank.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert John Schrode
1' BOARD ANP .ROOMS.
urticles in storage, get triy figures. UT
Mrs. A. G, Hrown, 13!J Hroad Htreet, or
SAVE YOUR OLD CARPETS. •
Board by the day or week., with nicely inrgpp storilKe warehouse anil my method of
phone 17K-W. Ked Bank,
Miss Lillian I.ce hits a position wit home from a Visit with relatives ai
CORN FOR SALE.
Beautiful reversible rugs made from old
furnished rtfoma: central locution; all im*truckiu*
you a fair
fair figure.
f
B J.
JJ.
kiu* will get you
figure.
B.
About 600 rtaekn of uouil coin ill lic-I.I carpets
the 'Standard iras conipany as met Kbsullo Park and Brooklyn. .
-and chenille portieres. Writo fol
provcmenti; reasonable rates. • Hudson Rcilly.
r, 1-53
ROOM AND BOARD.
l
53 Mechai
t t Bed
B d BBank.
k
hanic Btreet,
GCOI-KC Uey, 240 shrВ«woliury llvo.
Clinton H. Wallini; rulseil a turnip Mr.,
circulars. American Rug Mairufactory; 2D6 Special rates for fnll and winter boarii, House, 14ВЈ> Hudson avenue. Fhone 4D3-J. Phone 282.
reader.
Ri'd Haul.. l'iione 10CK-J.
Vermont
street,
Brooklyn.
With nicely furnlshi-rl rooms, modern imClifford Motrcll, who 1ms been en on lii.s farm weighing three pound
provements, house well .heated; special nit<-s Producing Your Own Ejfes is Economy, CABINET MAKING AND UPHOl-STERINGv
BLACKSMITH AND HORSESHOER.
ployed in Warn's diiiK atore for som and one ounce.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS.
for table hoard also.. Champliu house. 35
Ilijr, stronjr, White LeВ«horB pulleta in lota
Iti-pniriiiK, ri-liiiifhinK, ri-priidiictions of
Frank Gray, practical horseahoer. Thu
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Larson 0
time, hus enlisted in the mcclitinlc
James
Norman
ft
Son,
office
and
yard,
of ten or twenty for ВЈnle; heavy IiiyihiT nntliiues; sof<iH, . clmh-it. etc., unholatcn-il.
Brick Shop, 19 Mechanic street. Estab- 47-51 Shrewsbury avenue. R,-d Hnnk. Con- Union etreet, Hod Hunk. Phono 430-.W.
llobokun visited Mr. anil Mrs, Edwin lished
stock with lots of vitality. 'Chiirles D. l-'ull Ihui of Frt-in-h .cn't'iinu.-s, .tiipestrics,
division of the uViation aervico."
IB years-in-IU-d Bank.
crete'
work
a
Bpeclalty.
Oet
our
6cnires
beCleveland,
Ealontowh,
N-.
J.
Phone
2130-lt.
It.
I'eseux
last
Wednesday.
FURNISHED
ROOMS
FOR
HENT".
h-atlu'r,
veloiir unit seller;! I siiliplies. II.
-/> M. Levine lia.s awarded the contra
fore havintr any -work done. *.'.
TWo apartments of twh ronmi; each or
Chlirk. .1!) 'Monmuiilh ulieel, lied 'Ilnnk.
Hudson Walling, stationed at Cump
FOR SALE.
for the furniture, desks and part
FOR SALE.
one of four rooms ; nuitabU* ins" light liousel'iione G71-W.
' :
Bide
Uix.-spent the week-end at home.
delivery rake, in good condition
tions in his building, which will I
BOOK LOST
keepi^nH: very light, cheerful rooms: cen- Ten to fifteen tona of timotliyhiiy, iiume
IJ.-Cleveland, ijuniiyhrook favm, ВЈat- containingBANJS'PASS
cancelled chi-eks nomewhero 'in trally located; to desirable people. Phone clover ml:ctHl, fur Kak-; also ei^lit torirf nlfulMr. and Mrs. Harvey Ilyer, John Charles
POTATO FARM FOR SALE.
used us tin- noatolllce, to Corbin
ontown, N. J. fhone 2130-11..'
town- Will Under kindly IC-HVI. snmi'iit. the 22-M. 40 Monmouth Btroot, Hod llank.
fa and tlireu lo four tons of cow ln-i-ls for
16-l.nerca, liolniik-l.'towhsliiii; 'A mill- from
S. Crawford", Andrew J . Latham and
Corliin of New York.- Tlie i'uniis
Secoiut "Naliorinl batik. O. II. l'en-y-Gwynn;
Jltll^_.SIJl^HgiidiK. Everett, N.,J;, Smock,
L mairiuijuii' roijd: iicur Htutions." Twenty ncirs
PICS FOR SALE.
family and Ella C. Hy<>r lmvo rocovings will lie modern in every (let;
y!i liGrnon pliiee. Red Bunk.
.. fanjv.
' ~T""
• FURNISHED.
fitm~:iIinle!Tr-iihinlt--' fnurtccn —wboiilund;—bnt-*—
Heveti-wt'ks-old
pi^a
fur
sale:
also
oidc
Three or four connecting rooms; ,all imand it is expected to hiivu them set u ered from heavy colds.
stock. 1'. O, Hox lliS, Ked Hunk, or phoiH.
•
FARIVFBARGAIN.
~'~~. iliiiiiiiitt glri'unm. - Addrcsa Potiito Flirm.
FOR S A L E .
provements, riiniiijiRr hot and cold . water,
Kenneth Komjvear has returned to Uurnson :i(J0. Pent Alplia farm.
in n short time.
en•'•.." »- ' ..
V i c t r o l a and c a b i n e t , , fumed o n k ; . $ 1 0 0 steam heat, gas range, phone, private
5r> acres nt -farmer's price: t-xcolt&nt soil, box SIS, Itc-d Iliink.
Asbury
Park
after
a
Visit
with
Mis
trance;
"business people preferred;1 nlso a fteven-room house. Rood tinrns, Kooil roiiil.
Mrs. 1'*. T. H. Reynolds spent li
worth of ViiKli-cJasR recoi-ils; unusual sound
HAY
WANTED.
Bella S. Kosevcar.
front bedroom on ili-st floor. Stins'on near Freehold: a snap lit seven thousand
WINDOW CLEANINa
week at Pussaic vi.silinp; relatives.
Cluver, jilfuJfa or mixed hay wanted box; first-class outfit; prit-e Sir,0 complete. large
House, Uroad street, Red Bnnjf. .
:
we make a specialty of eleaninff window!
dollars. Oeomft W. .ZUeker, Colt's Neck,
stale price ami iiuantity. D. Parmly, Oce "Owner," box 313, Bed /iimls.
Mr. and Mrs.-llarry S. Hrown un
of stores, olTices and private residences; afu
unic, N. J. Phone 337-J, Rumson.
H. BIT7.AU.
.
Ron, Harry A, Drown, of Northpori
general oillce cleaning. Rates reasonable
Romovcr of dcud nnimido. Bed Bank
DEVELOPER AND PRINTER WANTED'. Satisfaction guaranteed. 25 West Frost
L. I., visited relatives here hist wool• WILLIAM F. RE1LLY,
,
.- YoulliC lady with hnovvleilKe of-dev<-l,ipini: s.treot, with the American dyers and clean**
Telephone 129-J.
21 Pearl street. Phone 1U-K Red Bank.
Mr. and Mrs. Siixon Anderson
Phone 353-W.
v
and printing ami -who is also willing lo ns- ITS.
Tho rfcht place to ffet ffood firrocerlea at
itht ill ittoi-i.-, wnnted a t onee. Adili-ciifl for
Jersey City are spending the wip.
LOCUST POSTS FOR SALE.
right prices. Prompt, deliveries.
further
particulnrs
to"
Kodak,
liox
alii,
Ited
p
.
o
.
H"x
inn,
lti'il
llank.
or
phone
RumFRUIT
AND
PRODUCE.
heie with Mr. and Mrs. Theodore An
B^nli. .
. •.
We huv... the I.R-st fruit, vegetable Itnil
urn MO, Pt'nt Alphu farm.
^
TWO GIRLS WANTED
dcrson.
,
fiirni product.- in the iniirket ipid our prices
cook and wultrcsH; tlii-eu in fnmily; lies
Miss Elizabeth Bailey hus move:
LODGE ROOM
SHREWSBURY DAIRY.
lire very low fur Kuod iiierchnndise. If you.
•Ken puid.
Mm. IMIIMII McMuhon, 2C7
for
rent
on
Tuesday
evenings',
&
tho
liiriro
want the bout call a t liiu-ijralupi Brothers.
Milk and cream. Special milk for U W . Broad utrcit,. Itcil Bank. Phono 835.
from Mrs. E, E. Morris's home o
iodgre room on the third iloor of the David- Wharf avi-Mu,-.
|'), u ,, o 575 JJO,1 Jiank.
Second street to Mrs. Hannah Force Telephone 490-W ned Bank.
son' building. For purticulurs inquire of \\liok.,ihlВ« iiml nitiiil.
POOL TABLE WANTED.
bungalow on Florence avenue.
trustees.
O.
G.
Frake,
Bridge
avenue,
Ited
RANGE FOR SALE_
Pool table wanted :,must be in (rood fionBank.
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AUTO1STS ATTENTION.
Willitim A. KwinR is on (in exten Almost new ra foi- sale. II. Rosin. 18 ditton nntl rcnsonal>ly priced'. Adilresa reI Iiavo tuki'M tlie iik'CiiL-y -for Goodrich .'•
ply Pool Table, box 313, Ked Hunk. .
five business trip through the middl' fiisl l-'ront *
-^
RED BANK DAIRY.
tu'L-a, lubL-.s, intL'i'linerrt, lilciw-uut patches,
Western states.
.Splendid. milk foc_ bahieE. from Dr. E.etc. Ail kiiiila i,f fat-m-iiiaeliitit'ry for anla
HORSE FOR SALE.
FOR SALE.
Fahnesiocu'a "Shadow Brook Farm. AH san- by inc. Aiiyoni. wuntluK machinery at right
Mrs. Hehiy'Poat of Roselle was th
Firet-cluM В»uund horse for sale. Junn
CurriaKi-ei, in excccllent condition, for Hale
itary precautions taken in our care of tailk prices c-nll a t Frod S. Kinliafer's, Holmdd.
big hnrKilins. ' -Jacobus, East Front street,
jruest last week or Mrs. AViHlum Gi'i Ilinti'lnmnn, Inc., Kumaon^N. J.
andcream. Charles A. McClaakey,. phono rlioue 2.')-W, HuImiU'I.
.Harris house, river front, Ited B k
tin.
!'•
• ' , • • '
463-H.
„ •• •
~
" ~ C 0 W FOR SALE.
HELP WANTED.
.
Miss Fnnnio Morris has returne
WOMAN WANTED.
Cow far sale on the John Ruthorford
SECOND HAND CLOTHES WANTED,
. r.nbiu'era, t-iirppntci's- anil livlp'era. -elccfrom a visit to Brooklyn.
"Capable white v/ornltn with experience and
piucc. Klverslile drive. Kedjlnnk.
^
r Will pay. hichest prices- for your old- tnciuii.i.'iind lii'lpvrs, stoiuulitti-i-s nnd help- '
reference
wnnted
to
core
for
two
children.
John W. KcouRh is seriously ill
clothing if in good condition, men's oiily. era. rliockvpa, tjincliofmn--!. rhaliirt'Urs, « • DOUBLE HOUSE FOR SALE.
Answer llox C, h^x 313, Red Hank.
:r
Estimates cheerfully given. • Phono ,18-M, iiiL-n fin- fiu-tory iv.irk uml ollloi- work, houschis liomo on Church street.
Chicken houВ»e nv.d -RumiM on place, I n or call Herman Levin a t 9o Shrewsbury worlnu-is, cguplo for hiiust'>Soi'k, chilli's nurse,
The public schools here reopen.ei iiuirc S3 Muple avenue, K01I Bank.
.JAMES B. CARTON, EVERETT, N. J.
avenue. '
flirinluiiul. Emus Agency.
••"
Auctioneer. Your Patronage solicited. No
on- Monday/
, '
PARLOR STOVE FOR SALE.
eale too great; none too small. Terms
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• LOST.. . ",
REAL ESTATE. ~~
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Borough. Attorney Arthur S. Van A parlor. »tpvc in nooil condition for oalc right. • Phone Middletown 278-F-21:
Yet in opinions look not always back ;
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Between Pearl and Church strootsi, l-'nir
We would .like a clear and complete d n
Busldrk hits been commissioned a.sec MM. J- PoarBull. Fair Haven, N. J.
Hnvon, urcy KJlk bnw lo^it cotitiiiniiif!; keys, scriptton of your property if you hare any
Your wake is nothing; mind the coming track ;: *
POTATOES
FOR
SALE.
ond lieutenant in the .state militin
earrinKs; rosm-y nnd money j very liliei-nl re- for Bale. I t will then lie brought to the t t - '
EOP.RENT.
"
$5 per barrel; como and Kct them while
'
Leave, wliat you've done for whatyou'ye got .to do...Jj.'jj".
ivnrd. A'ldreoa 5Ira. I-rt-djft'arron. Fair Hn- tention of i>un.-)iaai.'ra looking for real e s t a t e
He lias, been made supply officer oi
LIU-BO house tov rent: barn, ntlxule fur В»is they Just,
K. . C. Lawrence, .Buena Viata
v'en, N-' J. " " ' . , • •
r " ' '. ..
\
- Jjist it with this oflico now. JIawklns Broij
„ « • . . Mrs. M,. Parker, Red Bink.
the third battalion.
nue and llidgc l-oud, Rumson. Phone
at'oiita, 10 Monmouth atrcct, Rod Bank.
The board of health allowed the ici
DO YOU KEEP BOOKS? ,
QUILTING DONE. Boo1(8 opened and closed, vceltly audits,
crenm parlors,.saloons am) other pub
.
OFFICES FOR. RENT.
AIВ«o HUllta' recovered. Mrs. EmaMtn
PAWN TICK§TS FOR SALE. ,
by eonMietent auditor. Excellent service ren- . L a r g e " front room with two adjoining
lie places to -open Tuesday of las Wulllnit, 1 Suimut ttvenue;. Red Bank. ,
Will sell three pawn ticket? for diamond
dered: 510 per month. Address Auditor, box rooms for rent in The Register buildinaj
rinKB
Jwhich
can
.
he
redeemed
hy
exnrRВ»s.
. w e e k . -•'..
.313, Bed -Hank. Also .private instruction, suitable for lawyer, real estate o r othВ«>
" " C O R N STAI-KS FOR~SAtE-•i-ensonabter<r—•'—:—;_^i_uj
Mrs. .F. T. H. Reynolds fell ove
profesaional line. Plenty of light, steaa
° ° " J - " 2 ' i - ' - ° " - ' P 1 ;,"'' •,et' 7
1.BO0 corn ttnlUs In t h e field for jale Yo'rk?
Ueiltr wuter - anil-electricity.' • Further-par
;in obstruction on Main street whic O-uiiruliln fni'ni, lied VanU. Pliuno 8f_8^.__
:
PIANO
TUNING
AND
REPAIRING.
ticulurs by lli
t Th R i
had beon placed by some Hallowe'e
RABBITS FOR SALE.
Henovatin'fr pianos' a Bpecjnlty; ' crncked
FARM HAND WANTED
AH ltinds of rabbits for sale, bonjjht and
jester* Thursiliiy nijrht. She cscapei nt once: nood'wuKen.
sounding boards, noisy actions' successfully
Coomo Lenvy, E(В«e- exchangeil. M. Krahhert, Prospect nvenue,
FARMER
WANTED.
repaired. Expert on player pianos. A. B. M a t
without any lioncs bcinc broken bu croft flirra. Shrcv.-nbury. N. J. ^Phone 12^-B between Tower Hill uvenue and Rumaon
Wanted to work on fnrm;
Dirhan, 42 Hudson avenue, Red Jlank.
wasbatlly bruised and shaken up. .
gooil holts.-, flrewuixl, vi-i;etiililes, putntocs
rond. .
'; _ . - ...
Phone
162-J...,
.
.
MAID WANTED.
.
anil two imnrts 'of milk ilnily; state age.
Mr.< H. C. Tunis of Bed Bank vis
NВ»id wanted for general Jlouicworklrefeiv
natiiiniiliLy. numlier in family and wnces deGUNS FOR SALE.
FURNISHED ROOMS WANTED.
ited Mrs. R. J. Shroder Friday. :.
..lira teifulrcd,
78 Wallnce otheet, Red
jo-c-d. Have one or two'men to tionr.l. .Mi.l-.
Double-barrel nun for sale, in irood condiThree
or
four
unfurnished
rooms,
with
JMebrcok film). It. I-'. D. Mo. 1, Aabury Park.
tion;.also two revolvers. Mrs. Mertie MorBank."
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^mproyementn.
with
nice
privnte
family,
rell, South street nnd Pincknesy road,. Itei
wanted by yo"ung~couple, no children. Ad•
ROBES FOR SALE.
Bonk.
M1DDLETOV/N VILLAGE NEWS,
dress Cashier, American R. K. Exp., Perth
One-black fur, one l»»jr plush nnd one
FOR SALE.
AmbOy, N. J .
One pair of mules-, aix -nid eight years
The Middletown Red Cross Auxiliary home blanket. n. F. King, Shrewsbury,
CHICKENS FOR SALE.
oM;. one ivgisu-,,.,! Ilolstei,, bull, threo
One hundred chickens from twelve to eiRh
BABY CARRIAGES UPHOLSTERED,
Makes Report of Last Year's Work. i. 1: .:
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: two suvvs. ma- t,, fnirow thin
years old:
teen monthH old; excellent layers: in (toot
re-tired, repaired and painted; nil Uinds of munth:
NOTICE.
nth: ll
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The Middletown Red "Cross auxilcondition. Address Chlckena, box 313, Hoi
cnrrin'ge parts sold, windshields, wheels, (.uernsoy
y bull
ull i-alf,
ialf,
No Kiinnii-.B alluwcd oh the property of Bank.
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lf four
ld; for
nths old.
old.
for
- iary has made from November 1st fldwurd
cups,, spring!!, corduroys, gimps, etc." H. l
Fcnton and Jonrt-l-'enton, Llncrolt,
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Peach
Illoss
farma, E
Eatontown,
Chnrk, Bi) Monmouth street, Iteil Bank.
1917V to November 1st, 1918,-8,00
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' EurgicnPdressiiTgsr 3 В« knitted, at
Nice Inrne room for rent; all improver
ments; with,
private flimily: with or with,
tKCK,
tides apd two hundred hospital garHORSE AND >IGS FOR SALE.
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Furniture
Money to loon on bond and mortgan. Apurnture rec,
recovered nnd
nnd repaired,
repaired,'CUM
Eight llerksliire pigs, seven weeks old, for tains, draperies andedAustrian
ments and comfort pillows, During ply to A. L. Ivlm. Itcgiator building. Red out boardr" " Address W. C, box 313, Red
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Austria shades;
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aale; illso good hor-ie, eiirht years old; jrunr- ing of carpets, matting
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$53.83 and has jipent .$31.30, leaving
..JERSEY
COAST.
LAUNDRY.
Jnnies
Ill-own,
Everett,
N.
J.,
P.
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Koypoi-t,
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FOR SALE,
cushion,
made to order. Mnitlnnd
tlnnd Thomson^Chartefl Hrenker. • proprietor.
Famil:
propriet
Famil
N. J.. R. D. 2.
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flk ph
iicytlo." To'wler iinslnn—irmut—con*rtl<mr •washing, under ib pounds, 90 -cents; with"
Louise Hurtshoine, chairman of th fov mlc; price *10. "Dlcyclo," box
flat iron work, 51.10. Hand ironing if deFARMS-WANTED.
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Middletown auxiliary,' has issued ai Bank.
' Large .and small; also country homes and
FOR SALE, BARGAIN.
appeal for workers. The Red. Bank
shore properties. 'Send descriptions; will
GUN FOR SALE.
l.ifl acres of woodland nni- niilo north of
FOR RENT.
inspect. George W. Zucker, graduute agri- hheirk i-lvor null-nail, stntiiin; New Jersey
branch, of which' the Middletown auxStevens, 12 BUnKC, shot nun in (rood con- In TheOFFICES
ItcRlster
building.
Two
front
culturist. ColtV Keck, N . J . Phone Free- aiiu.Uierii rnilriiiiil" runs throuidi the c e n iliary Is.a part, has'.received an allot dition lor Hole chenp. U I.lndon plncc. Red offices now vacnnt; possession immediately.
hold. 349-7-32.
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For further particulars apply at Register
ment of 730 pajamas and liospitn! Unnk.
in- worll SJ!O |it'i- iR-.ri. fur Drewoail," oulsiile
ofllce.
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' shirts to be completed by Novembe
of the land. charh-s-'A. Lewis, owner, 133
HORSES FOR-SALE.
BerKshire 'bonr' and BOW pigs for sale a t (•ipjlKMUlv, Jersey City, N. ,1.
ElKht young work horson for В«nle. WonJ
15th;. Those, wishing to help can pro
POSITION WANTED.
eight \v0ek3 of a g e ; the cheapest way to
Elderly, man, nblo to do lisht work, wishes
cure garments* nt the Middletown H Itioutlilce corHpany, Oakland Btreet, Rod
Btnrt with Rood stock 19 to buy them yoi>ng
WINTER PRODUCE.
position; can furnish boBt of references; Ponnil raise them yourself. Middlebrook Xanrri1
• braiy on. Wednesday and Thursda; Hank.
Good lii'..),inK ,-,,,!, winter apples. ?3 50 per
altlon of trust preferred. XX", box 313, Red
Allenhurst, N. J. . . .
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bnl'i-i'l; Anierlcan Giiint potutoei. S<'ner barafternoons.
Bonk.
TOP SOIL FOR SALE.
rel: roun.l p.itntuos. JB per bm-rel; aweet poTho Middletown library, which hat . Mamsquan srravel. and bluutone В»erВ«nOFFICES TO RENT. "
tntoi-H, s-o.,-,0 PM- bunvl; winter carrots, 50
will deliver В»ame. Charlea Burd, Bed
GOOD PRICES PAID
Several office rooms to rent, flingiy or in conu per basket:.winter h?ots, iiВ« centu per
been closed on account of the epi-Ingi;
lank.
'or men's second hand suits at The City Dry
suites',
in
The
Register
building;
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imi.'iBlict. btillmnn furm. Kntnntown, on troldemic, is now open every Wednesday,
"leaning, and Dyeing Works. 9 Mechanic
provements^ rent reasonable. Desirable lo- li-y lilif. . IMion,- 21111-M. Di-livery ei-try
' GIRL WANTED.
Thtrsday, Friday and Saturday after
•troet, near Broad street. Red Hank. Phone
cntion in heart of business district. 'Apply Fi'lilay by auto truck.
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Good ffirl wanted for amn.ll family. , Apat Register oflice.
noons from two to five o'clock.
y-Mm. Hanco, 181 Maple avenue, Red
The women's missionary society of lank. .
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.RAISINGS
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LITTLE
SILVER?"
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SCOTTISH TERRIER FOR SALE. .
MAN WANTED
l|)i' Little Silver community will dmlicnto
the Reformed church is receiving conPine younpr female for sale: well .bred
to-jililk nnd cure for-'live cbws: ulso to foeii .1 nnitpole
aiid.niUi- a bi,-Kl. American "-nan,
HORSES FOR SALE.
and Rood looking; nice disposition.' Chnrlcs
nn<l! ciiro- for 300 poultry: steady position; a sorvice nan
tributions for Christmas (rifts to be Three'Kood
anil un-hnnor (lnit lit'the ollbwork horttea for Bale. Crystal 3. Cleveland,. Eatontown, N. J. Tcliphons
WIIKI'S
SfiO
pi-r
month
lind
board.
Anply
nt
• sent to a mission nt Colony, Okla- irook fnrm, Eutontown, - N. J. CharleB K 2180.R.
Tower Hill fnrm. l'rospceL anil Tower IIMI |ie seliool on . Fri.luy iiftornoon lit three
••clock, Hon. ElroiT H. norm, will muko »
homa. Miss Ella HcndricK-son, who iUlacr.
itvoiiuo. Rod-Bank.
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GLASSES LOST.
has charcc of tho work, will receiv
ml celebrute with us. l.itlle Silver's I.lbFURNISHED HOUSE TO LET.
Pair of nose Klnsaeti lost Saturday on
GENERAL MOVING AND STORAOE.
all contributions."
BIJ( moms, "nil Improvuments.^ Apply.Jlra. -Wincaneek"-futtil'--'nt: •Shrewsbury." Firftler
IjiВ«ht__(ind. heavy trucking by horse 01 ity luuu.wiii more than doubli-d.
The Christian Endeavor meeting; uim:f Muck. DcNormnridy nvenuti, J'nir Ha- kindly return Hnmc to C. D. Hnlsey, Ritnimotor; large, roomy vans,' reliable? men.
FARM "FOR-SALE. . T ~ * ' ^ " "
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Roomy storage warehouse, Bcparnto roomB.
next Sunday niicht at the Reformed en, N..J.
Glioil, profitable farm, .-70 rJl i!re3: apples.
E. J . Roilly, 51-6S" Mechanic atrcet, RВ«d IM-iii-s.
peaclu-H.
iispin-.-iKus, HO 'mn-es tfiioil
church will lie led by Miss Isnbelle
TAXICAB BODY FOR SALE.
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PIGS FOR SALE.
Bank. Phone 282.
woodland: irmiil tillnlile farm with uooil
- Gulick. Sunday niprlit Rev. Marion T.
One HUG Kord tnxlcnh hody for, unle,
Two one-year, full-blooded Berkshire seedInooka, K,i,,,i pasturv'land; -l-room bunKnlow,
Cpnklin will preach on ."The Drag- lieap. C. A. Mori-la's puntKe, Tear] street, lea: also 50 BiXrAyeekn-cld Ptes for sale.
FIRE SCREEN WANTED
usual outbuildiiiKa: new poultry huuae c u i t
i^ Utmli.
Miildletown stock farm. Thomas S. Field,
for
fireplace three feet hislj .iin'l
.iinl four fe
feet Jl.uot). -All rni' nml clear of debt. Will sell
fo
net." Friday nicht's prayer meeting
В°.ed Bank'.
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h Ited
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Hecreation House: fur $100 per nni S"1.000 ilown;
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halnncL
NEW BUNGALOW FOR SALE.
anyone havinn, one tlu-y wish- to donate morlKiuii-. Furtlu purticulai's, Box 1G,
Ke<I
Very attractive: all Improvements; terms
kiniUy communicate with Jlrs. Wiligusn, llank.
Letters hnve been received here
TO LET.
!asy.
W.m.
H.
B.
White.
60,
Broad
n'treet,
Park
place,
lied
Dank.
Throe
rooma,
211
White
utreet;
water,
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from William Ilargrot, Peter Hnrfrot, led Itnnk.
iBl'de toilet; AlrlliВ»h"f(J 01'.. uufurniatieil; $K,
Jacob Haiffot, Samuel Reynoldn, Er. FRANKLIN CARMINE MOYArT
I. K. Manufacturing 'Co., G'J WeBt street,
TIRE LOST.
В«"f / !l'В±U"n a n d EnBlish commercW
Chicltcns,'Ducks and Geesa for-Sale
neijt Jones. James Jones, Paul WilBed. Bank.
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(of 0. C; N. Y. collate nnd Milnno
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mm-ket
prices.
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Lawrence.
Buena
mil or ltunisnn road; tire ;tfixo niountt-il on art school).
lin'nis and William Harris, sill of whom ,ri^1:i В»vi-nuc and llidKrc road, HumBon.
Portraits In oil and all medirim from Puekard twin six. Howard vill be ums. Pen und
MEN WANTED.
lire colored men of this place who arc hone SOU.
ink .drawings, landscape* in
Dniil hy It. M. Hunl, Locust Point, telephone "I and water colors,
Two men wanted to live in form houses
Indies' fashion dcsiirnnerving in the American army in
Atlantic Highlands 2H.
nnd work on fitrm; munt understand stock:
n(r, paintincs of all subjects, o'rlitinui and
KITCHEN STOVE FOR SALE.- ,
France.
riiddlotown atook farm, Thomas S. Field,
COPIPB;
commercial
sinn work, mmeriil inA Ullchi'n ntuvn for eiile cheap on account' Rod Bank.
COW WANTED.
terior and. exterior <k-conition'В», aruhitLotural
Rev. J. B. Kirby of Bayonne has .f.movhiK. Inquire Mmtulrc, Belford, N. J.,
Want ' to buy fmii'-yeur-uld reuistercd diariiuit, nutomobilc nignoernmiiiR. etc.
site school.
been visitinR his mother-in-law, Mrs
Guernsey ciiw or a good Kiiulc cow with lhentnenl scenery.
FORD FOR SALE.
Teriod furniture n n j
Kuainntee; miiHt be fre.th and a muni milker Inibcry duslKiiinc Slutunry, Italian .В«nrFord'fourinir car, 1D18'model, tires Rood,
I.ouisn Harris.
rind "butler prinlui'i-r.- Address George Jimoa, di'118 planned. Slmlio В»nd residt-np,. 2r>9
PICS FOR SALE.
V sale: extra tubes nnd speedometer: new
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hibit of oil wall palntinui at lied Hark
L1NCROFT NEWS.
WE'LL SHAVE YOU AT HOME.
hum' SOS-F-32.'
enmiy kitchen.
There's
ty
time
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men
are
sick
Unit
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DANCE.
Frank L. Driver Cloies Home Here
good fllmve is far more honelleinl .than mediSons nnd Dnufi-hters of Liberty will hold
GIRL WANTED.
and Snili for England.
cine. We'll give you attention at home when
Cash Customers for Farms.
ilance Fridny nltht. November >9th, in tho
White Kivl for Kcnernl housework; small
noet-ssnry.- Seeontl National 'barbt-r suon,
mlly, Mrs. D. I). Straus, 21 ltecklesn' Dnvidson buijdintr. Admission 25 cents.
Frank L. Driver closed his bunga- lace.
H a v e n • niimWr of •iui|iiin-s. for ,coml
irro.-ul stvi-et. Upstairs.
Good music.
Red Ilnnk.
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centyry ago wrote a' poem which contained as
- much truth and as much philosophy as any^of the
" entire books he ever wrote, "and he wrote a good.
many of "them. Three df .,;the lines of this
"Rhymed Lesson," as"he • called; the-; poem,:
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That's good.advice. It was good advice sixty
years ago and it's good advice today. What^,
you've"" donerih^TK^aW^ay"tiS~W^'g^3Hir"
may be right;. Looking back at what'-ybu've"
done is useful only, if'you learn 'a lesson from it.
Look forward to the {hjngs you have yet to do
and take a lesson fnmi the: things you have
done in the past.
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Little thingslead to big things. The man who
is faithful to a few things is advanced to higher
.Jind_JngheT_pj^sitjpjiis^^ is eventually made
ruler over many things. The man who looks out
for the small: .affairs of life makes his knowledge
d* his e^perience'a foothold to rise to bigger
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Look out fВЈr the little sums of money that can
be made^jBy^preyentihg thingsi from going tb
wasW, :inevery store there are.lots of things •
that get out of date, or that are small remnants
or small left-overs^ Instead of sticking these
in: some place where they will be out of the
' way and where they will never be seen, put thent
right out in front and put a price on them that
will get them out of the store and into the
_hands of someone who really wantsihem.__Put_
"an advertisement in the Want Department of
The Register and that will help sell them.
low" here n few days ago nnd has
FARM ANIMALSTOR SALE. wailed for EВ»^land. Mr. liartshorne,
DAIRYMAN WISHES POSITION
f will ilispoBO of nl! my fnrm animals for
superinteiuiont of the Driver place, in private place; (rood butter maker: chn spot
cn'В»h nt prlvnt,- В»iil,- a l tny -farm two
;ivo
first-clnss
refercnceB,
3-1
WnHliinKt
has pone to Newark for the winter. treet. Heil ilunk.
mllos west of Red Hank on Everett road
Thomas Connors is the new foreman
UuiiB Wollrr,
HORSE FOR SALE.
of tho fnrm. He hns moved on the
A
small
horse
for
Hjile;
good
driver.
InNOTICE.
place.
ulre of Mrs. George Crover, Mechanic
Plumbers nnd steam fitters of Morimouth
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lungentlorf treet. Kml Hank,
county nut of work—See C. Jnnr* lit 1'Vil.
ernl Employment olllce, 31-1 Main Btreet, AВ«nnd their son Frod and William Carliury l'ork, N. .1. .
SMALL FARM WANTED.
ney of- Ilolmdel motored to Newark
Small fnrm wnnted: ri-nt nf.t more tlinn
on Holiday of last week. Willinm ISO u year. F. A. Churned, 15 Tower Hill
FURNITURE FOR SALE.
Chair. Rinnll wrilini,' desk, bureiuiii, dining
Carney has been sneiHlinp; n few days
ue, Red Bank.
roniii tabli1!!. i-arni-ts, Oliver typinvriti'l- and
vrith Mr. nnd Mrs. Lanp;em)orf.
ullior *ma!l nrtieli-B; buririiind. l(l;i HrOnd
BUNGALOW FOR RENT.
Charles Lum will put up a new Four-room
hunKnlow for rent, S10. onstreet. IU-il Ilnnk.
windmill on his farm.
okrhtnn n-,noВ«. .Inquire a t 127 Loigliton
cnue, Red Ilnnk.
STEAMERS
William Carney, Jr., has been on
and lariro nml opened clums delivered Tucs.
Ihe sick list. He is around nRnin.
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days nnd Fridnys. Lenve orders nt 19
Mrs. Fred Himfull has received
Apartments to let; can ho used nn stored Proad Btreet, or by mull t o J . H . Stout,
dwellinns. Inquire of A. T. Dunmui or rnir Haven, N. J.
word from her brother, William Pattiita, lii-il Iinnfc.
terson, who recently arrived in
CABBAGE FOR SALE.
TYance. William said lie was in pood
First-clam rnhhngc, by the hundred or
SIX-ROOM HOUSE FORfSALE.
liefffcth and was enjoying nrmy life,
SlK-.ruom house nnd hit fВ»r sale., near Fair thoilsnnd, nt SВ» pi-r hnmlred, Louis SolTel.
fni-m, corner Hnlf-Mlle road. P. O
-lie-is attucl.U:d,to.amuc.hin<!..ВЈun com- nven: pprice Sl.OOtt; easy terms. A.' I*.Ovorloolt
address. Jted Bank.
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pany and was' sent across from Ciiinp
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^TYPEWRITER WANTED.
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PRODUCE FOR SALE.
Want t,, l,uy Ht-cimd-hnnd llemington or
Horton Honch's house is beinp; re- ItntnhntTtt turnips, $'1.fin., delivered: ryo underwnod
must bo in good r i raw $21 ton delivered: Pellcnn npples S.'l nnlr nml of typewriter;
Inte
model.
Address'
Typewriter,
pninted by Harry Liingondorf. •
irrel delivered. J. H. .Curton, Everett, N. J,
liox 31.1, lied Ilnnk.
- Luke Longhead can work for you
in hot weather just as Rood as hВ«
does at other seasons. Try him.—
Advertisement.
CARAGE STORAGE SPACE.
FARM TOOLS FOR SALE.
We have stompo space for a few cars in
I will sell immediately all my farm tonls
new EnrnKc on Vea.t street. Imiuire nt nt private sale for spot cash. Cnll nt tintilld's . htki-ry, eerner West and. Wnll.farm on Everett rond two miles west (it Red
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You are doing yourself a good service when >
you sell these goods and you are doing a good •'
service to the buyer. Very often these things
are shifted from place to place in the store and '
finally land on the rubbish heap. Somebody
wants them' and 'will pay a fair price for them.
If they stay in the store they are a dead loss in
. the end.' If they are sold you keep your store, .
, clear of .these left-overs and remnants and you
get real money for something' that you will'
eventually have to throw away if you .keep
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It costs only a .quarter to put an ^advertisement
of thirty ^prds in the Want Deparlm1ent^ВЈ^!h^
Register-|the Great Market Place for-; the
people of Monmouth County.
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.Seuil full'ili-fjiil.s
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iinm J . Mock. .1 Wi-^t :Ulh str.'ct. N,-w York.
' F o r fruit, poultry and vegetables my fnrm
o'tTV-r* rave prjasiiifiities'. Has three ((mils of SPECIAL TONIC SHAMPOO."
good Boi], 10 nercs orcliard. brook, snmiv
.woodlnnd. Tliri-p' thnu^nml cash, i-L-muiniler
C u r e f o r diiiidriill and oily ) m l r : a l l *
t 4 i l W *_l _.lJ*.lt~"r-~в„ўT."^:^r "' ntt ^' mi'^auKO and maiilcurinn. K. Iletla
Galloway, Keeond nntioiml bank building,
WE STERILIZE OSJR INSTRUMENTS.
. In this day nml niru no tinn \a ifrimruiit uf ited Hank'. Phonii ICI-W.
tho ponsibility anil 'prulvnhility ot thu tnui.Hmi^^ioll nf dison.-ie by tlio use at infoi-!,-,! in.
HOUSE TO LET.
strumi'iitj.
Kelly & Huekley, bii'ibL-i-s,
Wclk-i' liTiildinK- HiwtniM.
Slodern dwi-llinit, I w bl-o.ima vv i l l i l , , , l l , .
nil iiiiju',,ii-i»TiitH, four ,,ii,. .1 fiivpli,,,.,,.,. ,-,.„„
LEGAL PAPERS.
- AflfldnvltB, acknowledBmentB.^.leases, bond tral locution, ni-ar trciltcy ; ^"-."' ]>, , mouth.
and rnoi-tuaKea, d e e d s , etc., prepared b y m e . Jnni.M Km-iKlit, Jr.. n.'-iiir'n.
'I-. HK'i'ji in.-. N. J .
In m y oillce from eit^ht o'clock to nix.' Ed*
ward -\V. Wise, j u s t i c e of t h o p e a c e , r o o m 7,
E i s n e r oulldinif,. Ked Bank.
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BUILDING LOTS FOR
Old A s t r a k h a n or Kara'ciil W a n t e d . - ' O h l fur foul of Knrai'iil to iiВ«i- in r , n oviititur on, 1 I iiliriuly luivi-: iiuirft In1 i-li,..-iii;
til*' loiit^ IIHISI- t-url i-iMni'irotl; nnrnvi-i- ttuJinK
p r i r e . nml wlu-i-,. ii r u n I,,. s ,.,-ii.
A.l.iic-.J
liiirln'iil. box a t : ) , Keil Hank.
this-plan.'on some of. the otkls
m i ^ 'TF^rtrmt-Trt-tr^N'Bftite
c r T t F ^ i r t r f m t T t t e
every Xuinily herunbouts tqkes- The
ReglHlev tiiiti the" Want Columns form'••
one of the most intei-cstiiiK departments of the paper.
C R A N T P A R I S H SOLD T H E
Uo3omout fiirm f o r $100,001).
lit- can Bell
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Peiilinty. Did i'Htuliliaht-il nueiiL-y.- Now Void
SALE.:
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I'j-.Mlt n i l t . W H I lilllld .• n .-uiilal, !•' h-iinii.
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W n l l a i ' i ' В»'lri-.'l. Ite.I Hunl..
WELL ROTTED MANURE.
Farm era nml ifimti'iKTS' wlahfnff well rot*
cnnniitHionii. • Kntiro Nnrth Jfrst'y uL-acunat cutitniunii-iilc »t
whllo th'-i . Is
T r u s t building, Asbury l'nrk, N. .1.
portunily of getting curs ahlpped without
an embargo; ;irk-es furnished upon applies^
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CATERER FOR SOCIALS,
V If you wnnt a cnterer for that weijdinjr tlon. Wo can make prompt ihlpmant c i
j.thnt party or a aocinl uf nny nature,, let mi orders received thin nuinth.
\fnnhalU4
! estimnle for you. 1 can save you money
, and th.- Job will be riulit. Jiimes Wokott, Manure Company, Hi Liberty ttrent, H * 4
York. '
10 William street, Ited Uank. Phone.
THE RED BANK REGISTER.
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PUBLIC SALE
LONG BRANfcHERS KILLED.
and its main endeavors are along that
line. All of them are animated by a
desire to improve .the condition of the Elbert Youmaiw and John Y. Earl
Lose Their Lives in France,
soldiers. The war is nearly over but
there will be many months of waiting . Two Long Branch soldiers were
before the boys all get back -home. listed among the billed in action last
When the war ends the boys over week. They were Elbert Youmans,
there will no longer have the hipli son of Samuel Youmans, and John
stimulus of battle., to keep up their jY. Em I. Youmans was. a railroad firespirits. There will no longer be in [man when he was drafted. When he
The subscribers, executors
the hearts of those who labor far j was cm liis iviiy to Camp Dix the (ireback from the bi\tt!e front the hope man of the train became sick and son, deceased, will sell af public
that they may soon be called to take Youmans volunteered to fire the train
part in the actual fighting. The days to the camp. Youmans was 28 years
to come after peace is declared will old. Karl v.ns 32 years.old. He had
be dull and tedious. It is then, more worked in a restaurant at" New
than in the actual strife of battle, Brunswick before going into' ' the
that the soldiers will need encourage- army. He was a son of the late Sam at her late residence,
ment and comfort and companioii- uel 1!. Earl.
JOnN H . COOK, Editor and "ulillaher.
GEORGE C. HANCE, Associate Editor.
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BualneBB Manager:*
THOMAS IRVING BBOWN.
futerud ' a t t h e postoflflce a t Red Bank,
H- fv BB Beeond-claaa matter.
Subscription Prices I
Oa't ycnr
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31.60
flips months
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Tbreo months
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of Eebecea H. Hendrickvendue on
Saturday, November 16th,
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6, 1В»1S.
TOWN TALK.
(Continued from pupe J.)
At the time The Register goes to
MISSING IN ACTION.
press it looks as though the Republicans had gained control of bo'th. The Salvation army is down at the
Asbury
Park's Firit Drafted Man i
branches of congress. In this state!.foot of-the list. It is to get the least
Among the Missing in Action.
the Democrats gained two and per-: money of any of the organizations.
Imps three congressmen. Thomas J.! Its duties are the humblest of any of | Sprjjeant Alexander M. Hnyden o
nined a tremendous victory! the organizations.. In ordinary litei Asbury Park was listed among thi
HELLER BROTHERS
at One O'clock P. M.
113 West Front Street, Near Maple Avenue.
Household furniture, rugs, carpets and other articles
of personal property.
Conditions made known on day of sale.
W. E. Winter,
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Friday and Saturday
BIG SPECIALS
Boneless Lean Pot Roasts 28c Lean Plate of Beef
36c Loins of Pork
Legs of Lamb Forequarters Lamb - 30c Swift's Premium Hams
Lean Chuck Pot Roast 30c Jersey Fresh Shoulders
Jersey Fresh flams • 38c Home-Made Sausage -
20c
38c
38c
30c
42c
KRIDEL & GO.
Broad Street
Red Bank, N. J,
WANTED!
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No matter what you may need for your automobile you
ahould see us before purchasing? tame. We can lave you
money.' We are alto tire speciatiits and have bargains at
all' times in Tires and Tubes. We also have a large line of
Accessories priced exceptionally low.
241 Broad Street, Red Bank,
Bank the Republicans wore success-[so dangerous as-to prevent them from all right, as it frequently happens tha
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" mayor and
• •two
• - ' going there, to do their work. N o a soldier becomes separated from.-hit
ful.
place is.so loath&ome as to cause command and .is reported missing.
• councilmen.
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them to shrink from entering.
after a few days.
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The American plan is to settle conThe
first-detachment
of
the
Saltests by the will of the majority. That
Railroad Man Promoted.
is the light principle in a democracy. vation army came to this country
Lee W. Berry has been made suEach man may. wish and struggle from England about forty years ago. perintendent of the Southern division
FOR CASH ONLY
during the campaign for the election The organization had been formed in of the New Jersey Central railroad.
of his choice among the candidates, England several years previously and He will fill this position as well as
Choice
meats
only at lowest market prices. We
but when the election is over the re-it had gone steadily about, its work. superintendent of the New York and
sult should be accepted as the will of It was aerided and attacked in I n -Long Branch railroad. Mr. Berry is never change the standard Quality of our rr.eats? but
land, and in this country it had gained
tht;. people. There should be no
now. superintendent of 264 miles o
heurtburnings and no bitterness. ; a reputation far from savory.' That railroad. Samuel B. Zartman, who always lower our prices.
was not because of the things -it "did,
but because its mission was not un-was formerly superintendent of th
The result of every election should derstobd. The drunkard, the drug Southern division, has been trans
be accepted cheerfully and patrioti- fiend, the womateof the street, and ferred to the Philadelphia terminal,
cally. It is natural that there shoulci all other oufcastslof society found in
be disappointments among* the candi* tli?~Salvation-ijriAy-arhelpful-friВ«nd.
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Hold-Up at Freehold.
dales who have fallen bjr the wayside Because they made their fi'eld of work
Miss Lizzie McCormick, a waitress
and among the more earnest of their among the lowly and among "those at the Monmouth hotel at Freehold
supporters. The decision of the peo- whom society classes as criminal, the was 'held up by a colored man last
ple, however, should be accepted loy* people generally regarded the Salva- Wednesday night. The man pointed
ally and there should be a united ef- tion,ormy as belonging to that same a revolver at her and said he would
fort to assist the men elected, *in or- class.
kill her if she made an outcry. Miss
der that the nation, the state, the
McCormick shouted for help and the
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Why buy butter when so high, save 3 0 c a pound
county and the community may'get!
man
flung; her in the gutter and fled
the bast service- from those whom . When (.he first members of the Salby
buying
Jelke's Good Luck. It'is the equal of the purest
vation
army
came
to
this
country
the
they have chosen'as their rulers.'
reputationof the Salvation army was
Good Neighbors,,.
butter,
we
guarantee the purity of Good Luck. Try a
about like that of the I. W. W. in this To the Editor of The Register: .'•
-o-o-o-o-ocountry at the present time." On their
You and your readers ought to pound, and if you do not like it bring it to us and get your
. Thomas N. McCarter- and Lester landing
this country they tried to know that the people who live on the
15. Churchill of Runison were at thearrange in
for a service in New York Everett road two miles .west of Red money baqk. Ask your neighbor about GOOD LUCK
meeting,of the Red Bank commis- ,city.
No
church
would open its doors Bank- are surely the best neighbors
sioners Monday night in reference to to them. No owner
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a public hall ever. I did not realize that such O L E O . .
changing the names of the streets would permit it to beof
by them. kindness and generosity existed ,.as
where the Harding concrete road has Finally, when all placeshired
.Special
at our market only 42c pound.
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closed
been built. This road begins at to them, Harry Hill, who conducted was "shown me and my wife while I
Broad street, Red Bank, .and has been what was then regarded as one of the was in the eye hospital. They finished
harvesting my. crops and saved me
built over part of Branch avenue,
noted places in the city, of- losses which! could not have prevent• Park place, Tower Hill avenue, the most
fered
the
use
of
his
.
entertainment
Ridge road, and over private property hall.to them free, of charge, the''Sal- ed otherwise: -It Is the regret of .my
in several places, eventuallyreaching vation" army to share time equally life that my failing sight compels me
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to sell the farm and leave the goodthe •Rumson road. Mr. McCarter said
• . Telephone 306-M
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'• tfuit Mr. Harding had built the road with the performers at Harry Hill's. friends who have been such help and
comfort to me.
in co-operation ' with the people of
Red Bank. Mr. Harding had spent
Louis Walter.
I have attended a great many queer
over $60,000 and he thought there meetings in.tUp fortyfive years I have, Everett, November 5, 1918.
should be recognition, of Mr. Hard- been a reportef'aml a newspaper mnn,
iji/j'.s public.spirit, iHc said the Rum- but I.think that first service of the
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sou improvement ' oBBbciation had Salvation n'rtny in this-country,;comFarmers who post their lands,
suggested the name of the Harding bined with the stunts of the regular against;* gunners can get muslin and
roud for the concrete highway whieh performers at Harry Hill's, was about cardboard gfunning signs at.The RegMr. Harding had built.' This sugges- the queerest and most incongruous ister office.—Advertisement.
tion was made without the knowledge meeting I ever attended. It took
of Mr. Harding, he said.
asses, Clubs, Sociplace on a Sunday night.. The hall
•was..filled, and.waiters went; up and
desiring AntH
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down the aVslosTand""i\mone-the little ProhiC
literature will be -supThe commissioners thought favor- tables selling beer or anything else
ably of the suggestion but they de- the audience wnnied to.drink.
plied free of cost liy applying to the
cided to interview the people living
Manufacturers & Merchants' Association
TSieyci, November IO
on the concrete fond relative to the
change pf name before they passed
775 Broad St., Newark, N. J.
Harry Hill was fair about dividing
an ordinance milking tha' change. up -the time. First' one of his jrirl
Some 'of the commissioners thought performers would come out and give
thut a road as fine as the Harding a song and dance, and then a Salva—ro-frl -ought-to-be: called a boulevard, tion army girl would tome out imtl
or an avenue, of some more elegant iiicel down hud give as fervent a
name than the simple term of "road," prayer as I have ever heard. A box* the
The old names, however, are coming: ; n g match,-jvlierein one of
thi boxers
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be
• bade in use, and the "hifalutin" would get. well blooded up,
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names of twenty to thirty years ago followed by a Salvation army man- are—being- dropped.-—The -term--of who would -'loll of the aimsof-tlieSal' "mart" or "lane" for- ii highway is vation army. A variety theatrical
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now considered more appropriate sketch would-be followed by a hymn
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thairthe more fancy name~of-boule-\
bers. • This K i n d ' o f ' a
peiformnncevai d.
was kept u p until after midnight,
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Apart from the question as towhen the SalvationistiT
wlmther the. load should he styled a. their program.
boulevard, or an avenue, or a road,
'l'he (lavishes of John W. Him'.y will sell at
or a lane, the names of streets should
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That was the start of tlie Salvation
puljlic sale on ttio h U l
commemorate local names or local army in this country. It. weight not
happenings; Red Bonk is losing much have been considered a good start,
of its former historical nomenclature but from that small beginning the
through me desire to be "stylish." movement has spread throughout the
Bordeh street got its' name from old United Stales. The good .which the
dipt.. Borden, who built tha first Salvation Jarrny has .done cannot b.e
houses'on that street more than sev- estimated. It tri'es . to make fallen
at 2:00 o'clock p. in.
en tjr-five years ago. Borden street men and fallen women self-respecting
has been'changed to Linden place. and self-supporting. Whei-over there ' " A l l the fcilIowinK rent nutate, viz:—
Other streets have had their names are poor to be helped, wherever siqk- The ho me:-, tend property of John W. Hnrtly
ileccn^ctl, cuiilainitiK about thvee acres. Upchanged and names have
r been
^ chosen
„.,.,„,„ "ess and misery find sin arid temptn- "on tins propui'ty is erected u KOO<1> dwelling
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FIRSTBAPTIST CHURCH
Telephone 581-M.
RALLY
United War Work
Campaign
SAVOY THEATRE
ASBURY PARK
Friday Evening, November 8,
AT 8 O'CLOCK
Lewis S. Thompson, County Chairman, Presiding
MISS MARTHA McCOOK
' Formerly of Monmouth County-
daughter of the famous ' ' Fightijig Colonel John J. McCook,"
who has just returned from 18 months' service with the
Y. M. C. A. in France, will.be the principal speaker.
MRS. H. P. DAVISON
wife of Henry P.-Davison, the Director General of the Red
Cross War Council, will accompany Miss McCook and tell of
other phases of the. work.
'. Seats will be reserved for all local chairmen and executive eommittees._ The public will be admitted to the limit of
the capacity of the-theatre,
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NoAdmission Fee
No Funds Solicited at This Meeting
Reserved S e a t s May be Secured a t United War
Work Headquarters
COME AND HEAR THE PACTS. LEARN
" ' ' WHAT THE NEED IS AND HOW
IT IS BEING MET.
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' of Kivmg. "tone" to the neighborhood
. y arft . f o b e f o n n d _ T h e
•tluin for any desire to preserve the! m . s is .oo n of »
t h f i g a l v a t i o n a r m y is
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prominent in the locality.
Jowly and humble, and in this work
they are. exceptionally efficient. Their
To change the names of the various! war work is sometimes slightingly resttects over which Mr.' Harding built j f erred, to as "sen-ing hot coffee.and
concrete • road, and to-(tive.-thfiJ dfiushnntSi". but hot coffee and
highway one-name throughout its doughnuts probably seem to men in
continuous length, would be a con-the trenches a good doal like manna
venience to those living on it. To
from heaven.
i the
h highway
hih
th name of the
give
the
Harding road would be a fitting vec- ^ j the societies and organizations
ognition of the donor 'of the road, -fenga^..
ge(] ...
inw.....
a r welfare~work are do-
liniise nnd uood outbuild'inps, and will make
desirable homo.
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Also n tract .of land. - containing nbout'1
twenty-lhreu acres cf cleared html,
situated
about'one ami one-half miles from1 Marlboro.
Alsn a t DIP sanio time tha following persomil p'toRLM'ty will W sold:
Horse,-cow. vrnRon nrul act sinple harness.
Personal property will be sold for cash.
Terms of real estate I'D per cent in cash
nt tin? salo, am! the linlnrce in cash on the
delivery of the Meed wfthlji thirty days from
the-dute of the sale.
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DEVISEES OF tOHN W.'HARDY,
Deceased.
As Mr. Me Carter said, there is in the j ; n ( r K 0 0 l j s e v v i C e . Money can be co'n'-whole country; so f a r as lie or other, ti-ibuted to a n y of them individually
people of this neighborhood know, no jf t | K , c o ntriljutoi- so states when his
otlipr public road which has been contribution is made. Unless the sobuilt by an individual a s this road ciety. or organization is specified when
.. li.nf, been built. I t is not only an ob-the contribution is made, the money
j e c t lesson in rond building, but. i t i s goes into the general war. welfare
a .gift t o - M r . Hardftg's neighbors fund
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among
and to'the town of Red B a n k a n d the] the associations according t o . a cei-borough of Runison.
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fam..Kpec.ified .pc-rc.eutage,;
FARM SALE
At Wayside
NEXT TO SCHOOL
There should be no hesitation-in
TRAIN HITS VAN.
cbanging the name of tbe streets as
One
Man
Killed and Another Serisuggested. It would preserve the
nifinory of the man to1whom the im. omljr
provoment is due* nnil.it will ho n* con- . ftne nian was killed.and another
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venience to have one iiiime for its en- seriously hurt at Matawnn
Monday
.'tirp length ratlier thiiii to IIHVO 3ev- night.-when an automobile - moving
erul names for its various sections.
van was struck by n freight train. The
j .j-'
' • tleiiil mnn was Martin Flnnnigan. He
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! died while being taken to the Long
Tin; campaign to raise two hundred Branch hospital. He was badly cut'
and fifty million dollars'for war wel-1 about the head nnd body. William
fare work will begin next Monday. !,Acl;er was the other occupant of the
At 2:00 P. !ВҐ!.
Tim quoin -was .originally fixed at j truck. He was badly bruised and suf$170,500,000, but it was afterward | fered from shock and internal injur-.
thought Mint this would not lie suf-iics. The men were employed by a
iiricnt and it was increased to a quivr- j firm"at Xew Brunswick.
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divide.] among various .orga'nizations LIGHTING RATES INCREASED.
2 Sows with pigB, 1 youngr*which are helping to provide cheer]
t
ait'} comforts for the*nldii!rs ahroadl i Monmouth Lighting
Company
Grantgg
py
sow, 1 Jersey Boar, 2 farm
ed Permission to Make a Raise.
and
organizations
T'"*
Monmouth
lighting
company
• The societies and organizations h a <T'"* Monmouth lighting company wagons, 2 riding cultivators,
h fundd which
h i h i.<i i lL rei'i'h-.-d permission from the
which will iihiiro n the
h puhh
Saturday
November 9th
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Best Butter Made and sold in Red Bank, 65c lb
Best Pure Lard,
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My^Best Brand Coffee, 25c lb, 5 lbs $1.10
Large Ripe and Meaty Bananas, 35c doz
Large Red Baldwin Apples, 95c 1-2 ВЈВЈ*! Fine Red and Yellow Onions, fine to keep
all winter, at 65c 1-2 bushel basket
Fine Cape Cod Cranberries,
13c qt
Big Juicy ВЈВ»rape Fruit,
3 for 25c
Sweet Potatoes, - 1-2 bushel basket 90c
Nucco Nut Butter,
- - ;:"-. 34ci lb
Gold Coin Prints at - " "
39c lb ,
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Also a full line of Fruits and Vegetables that are kept in a first class store
I will open the store formerly kept by J. Dewitt Brovver at Oceanic next Saturday with a full line of
Fancy Groceries, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. This Store will be under the management of Mr.' Snyder,
4 who has been with me for a long time. You will find him obliging and always ready to greet you with a
4 smile and he will give you every attention that he can. This Store will be run on the " Cash and Carry " Plan.
4 I make no deliveries and sell only for cash. I intend to give the public the benefit of this by selling the 4"
best Goods at the Lowest possible prices.
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Hoping
you
all
will
give
Mr.
Snyder
a
call
and
look
over
the
stock
and
prices
whether
you
buy
or
not.
cliii.sli:>n nssofiatiou, the vounjr
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men's
Christian
association,
all, hayrake, harnees, corn crib, 4 Dont forget the day, next Saturday.
Kiiinhts of Columbus, tin-Jewish wel- "wan, kcypoiL. I-'rpehuld and tin.
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Holmdel,
Haritan,
Midfi.ii' boMi-d h war camp 'community I townships
JMai-lhoro^Krechohl,, Manal- .Spanish leather furniture. •
My•_ Motto for this store will alwap be "Uye and Let Livj/^^^^^^ ,
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iirni iii'iil tliL- Si'lvatinil
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ilitf •ihci'cViKtJ'-'w'ni: ~ •"" ••;"—-';
monoy U to .lie sinportionod tn thcnl, i amount to aliout 25 per cent to small
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liiijri.'st share IIII'MIK' to Uio fust
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definite aim. Their fields'of useful-j Also, notices to KUnuurs jjHnUul on
jir-v'H oi'eilap in .some ilojfri'i', liul each • wenllierpruof
muslin. — Adveitk-e. oru-itiiiiutfon ((S^iiincs certain .duties' tncnt. •
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WALTER KELLY
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GEORGE BUTTER BRAY.
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THE RED BANK REGISTER.
P«««Thirteen.
WOUHDED JN FRANCE.
PERSONAL.
Miss Julia Connors of Princeton Marunqunn Young Man Injured in
the Side, Leg, Hand and Arm.
•pent part of last week with her sister, Mrs. Harry Jackson of Bridge
Sergeant Lester B. Sprnguo of
•venue.
Manasquun, who has been serving:
- Miss Goldie Becker of Shrewsbury with tho American army in France,
Dont put off having your-radiator looked over before
•venue returned homo last week from has written to his motlier, Mrs. F. T.
the Spring Lake hospital. She has,Sprague, that he has beon wounded
cold weather sets in. Have it done now. You will utve
been.sick with pneumonia and !B now and that he has been in n hospital in
money and save worry. We are expert* in radiator work
convalescing.
France several weeks. In his letter
Missea Grace qnd Mario Donnelly Sergeant Spraguo said that he reand are equipped to give you immediate attention. If you're
pf Jlrooklyn were guests of their ceived wounds in his side, leg nnd
coumnfs, Missea Anna and Helen hand which were bad wounds but
going to lay your car up for the winter you should let UJ give
Shields of Proapect avonuo, over Sat which healed quickly. The injury to
urday and Sumiay.
his right arm woe more serious. This
you expert advice on same.
Walter Eoy White, who is statione< arm was cut between the wrist and
at Camp Merritt, haB been promoted elbow and the flesh and artertes.Avere
to sergeant.
torn,' resulting in paralysis of the
Mia3 Kathryn Kaney of Mechanii arm. This wound, however, is im•trcet has received a German helme proving and he says he expects to be
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from Lester Conk, who is with the able to use the arm again in about
113 West Front Street, Near Maple Avenue.
\ Bed Bank ambulance company. Thi six months.
helmet has been pierced by a bulle
Telephone 581-M. '
or a piece of shrapnel.
HELD FOR DISLOYALTY.
Miss Jeasie Patterson, a'telcpiiom
operator at the Red Bank exchange, South Eatontown Man and Long
his been made relict1 night operator
Brancher Held for Hearing.
At the Keyport ofllce.
Emil Hoffman of South Eatontown
Mies Alice Schmidt of Spring and William J. Bauriedl, chef at the
street, who has been confined to he Hollywood golf club, were arrested
home several weeks with sickness last week on charges of disloyalty.
has recovered.
Tho complaint was made by Adelbert
•— I • Mrs. Robert Cook of; River Plaza V. Alexander of Oakhurst. T h e men
has received word that her brother; were accused of making seditious reEmil Gunderson, who is serving y/ith marks and expressing the hope that
the navy on a transport, has arrived the German submarines would "clean
safely in France.
up all the ships along the coast."
O. H. Perry Gwynn of Bergen Both men made emphatic denials of
place was home on a short furlough tho charges against them. , They were
Sunday from Camp Humphries, Vir- each held in $2,000 bail for a further
ginia.
hearing before James D. Carton,
William McKnight, Sr., of Wash United States commissioner, next
ington Btreet, who has been lnid up week.
with influenza, is now able to be
. Established in 1866.
about.
WOOLLEY WINS MAYOR FIGHT.
Miss Margaret, Valentine of Bank
Now, in old First National Bank Building,
В«4reet, forewoman in the Woolworth Supreme Court Decides He is Mayor
Our "Shopping1 Service" •tore on Broad street, is,on tho sick
of Long Branch.
lilt with influenza.
riches out to points both .
The supreme court has handed
30 BROAD STREET,
RED BANK, N. J.
Raymond Boyd, son of Walter E.
a decision to the effect that
near and far. Boyd of Wallace street, was home on down
Marshall
Woolley
is
entitled
to
the
B furlough Sunday nnd Monday from office of mayor of Long Branch. The
*"*" If inconvenient.to come or
• Camp Mende, Maryland, where ho iscourt's
is that under the,.comstationed ut the base hosptal. Ray- mission opinion
.
briflg_ygur. boy to town,
goviirnment'iict
thu
presiding
mond brought a message from An- officer of the commissioner,-and a s
maybe we can help.
drew Citarelli of Red Bank, Holmes such, the mayor'and director of pub^
Birdaall of Long Branch nnd Horace lic affairs, is chosen, for a fixed term
It costs but a postage
i
Breese of Eatontown, who are atof four years and not merely at the
1
Camp Meade. They have received will
stamp to try.
V
of
the
commission.
Mr.
Woolley
their overseas equipment and expect was chosen. mayor when the Long
to sail shortly. The boys wanted it Branch commissioners organized two
v Everything men and boyss
made known to their friends through years ago. Last January he wag oustwear.
Hie Register that they are happy and ed an mr.yor and John W. Flock was
in good health and that each will chosen in hjs place. The matter has
ROGERS PKBT COMPANY
bring back a hair of the Kaiser's mustache as a souvenir when they rc- been in the' courts ever since.
Broadway
Broadway
turn.
at В»<th SL
at 13th St. "ThВ»
FIRE IN FEED STORE.
Four
Morris Walsh, who is, stationed at
Broadway Corner*" Fifth Avt),
Camp Holobird, Maryland, has been
at Warm
at 4 lit St
visiting friends and relatives here. Asbury Park Building on Fire for
Morris has been transferred to the Second Time in Six Months.
TOKIC
CITT
motor transportation branch and he Edward West'? feed store at Asbury Park was badly damaged by fire
expects to leave soon for France.
William Tomaino, Samuel Famu- Tuesday night of last week for the
lary and Leroy Lane, who are sta-second time in six months. The blaze
Women'* and Children'. Outfitter*.
tioned at Camp Humphries, Virginia, is thought to have been due to spontaneous combustion or to the act of
have been home on furloughs.
William Hublmrd of River Plaza, a firebug. It started in the same
•who is with the 310th infantry in place a s the first fire. Water poured
France, has been made supply ser- into the building to drown out the
39 BROAD STREET, RED BANK, N. J.
flames ruined a large quantity of hay
geant.
Adelbcrt Oatendoiff of Herbert and grain. The Ios3 amounted to
SATUHdAY SPECIALS
street has been transferred from several hundred dollars and is covered
Camp Humphries, Virginia, to a camp by insurance.
in Wisconsin. '
Camp Dix Soldiers Imprisoned.
Miss Anna Cronquirst of Linden
Two Anbury Park soldiers at Camp
place has gone to Boston, where she
will be employed in a factory. She Dix will serve terms.in jail at Fort
Jay. One is Private Henry Hart, who
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will live with her aunt, Mrs. Hoist.
Also Exceptional Line of Misses' and Children's
I
Miss Dolores Conrad of East Front wns charged with absenting himself
Coats and Dresses from $4.95 up.
without
leave,
breaking
arrest
nnd
street entertained a party of friends
Women's and Children's Outfitters.
at a Hallowe'en party last Thursday refusing to obey orders. His senHundreds of these beautiful, strictly all Wool fast color rugs have been
tence is ten years. Private "Clifton
night.
stored
here upward of two years' and offered now at our Low Cash Prices ?
Colston
will
spend
two
yenrs
in
prison
Dr. nnd Mrs. S. H. Rhoades of Lincoln avenue are spending the winter for absenting himself without leave.
represent
THE VERY BEST BUYING OPPORTUNITY to be found anywhere I
at Dnytonn, Florida. '
Ralph B. Johnson, eon of Edward
AВ«bury Park Boy Wounded.
in
this
part
of the State. . Any Rug bought from this stock at present prices
W. Johnson of Drummond place, has
Hogg of Asbury Piu-lc, son
"will
not
only~mean
A"BIGSAVING but you will get'Rugsthat will GIVE THE
arrived safely overseas. He is of Joseph
J. A. Hogg, who was one of the
signed to casual company 447.
first Monmouth county men to go
UTMOST
SATISFACTION.
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Mrs. Grace Dobbs of Little Silver, overseas, has been'wounded in batSeveral saleswomen wanted at once; also
who has been employed as reporter tle.' Mr. Hogg has been notified that
on The Register, has given up her po his son was woundpd, but the notice
for holiday season. If experienced you
sition on account of poor health and did not give any information conhas returned to her former home in cernipg the character nor extent of
can get a steady position with good->
Ohio,
the injury.
_ _salary at once. If you have no exper-_
Mrs.'Nora Ryan of 151 Chestnut
street received Saturday n telegram
Card of Thanks.
ience/rnake application any way."
from the war department stating that
We take this method of thanking
-her son, William H. Ryan, was miss- our neighbors and friends for their
STRAUS CO.,
acts and words of symCamp Dix in February andiirnved pathy extended to us during
BroacLStreet,, Red Bank. .
overseas in May.
Bereavement," caused by the'death of
Mrs. Emma Clark Stultz.
John L. Stultz,
Church New*.
Next Sunday morning Rev. Lester ,Mi\ and Mrs. C. V. K.' Clark, and
G. Leggott will preach on "The Hu- children,
mility of Jesus," A special patriotic -Advertisement,
service will be held at night for the
Curd of Thanks.
united war. work drive. The work of
We "wish to ' cxprBss our deepest
the young men's Christian association
appreciation t o all our friends and
at the fipnt will be told.
MEMBERS OF THE FACULTY
' The ministerial association met this neighbors who so kindly aided us in
lnoming nt the First Methodist the hour of our bereavement, caused
Mrs. E. Van Dora Markell, Voice
church. Rev. C. W. Palmer of Marl- by the loss of our beloved son, TheoMiss Helen Guest, Dramatic and Dance Arts
boro read a paper on the topic "One dore.
of the Master's Prayers." The ladies'
Mr. and Mis., A-.- Weinhold.
Mist Mabel Alexander, Piano
aid society met last night nt Mrs. Wil- —Advertisement.
Mr. Henry M. Phoenix, Violin and Harmony
liam Huhbard's on River Plaza.
ADULTS AND CHILDREN-Rate, on Application
At the covenant meeting nt tho It pays to advertise In the^ Register,
Now is the right time to place orders for future delivery. At the present
I Baptist church lust Wednesday night —Advertisement
Appleby
Building, ASBURY PARK, NEW JERSEY
J t r . and Mrs. Frank Conklin- and
rate
of Selling, many of the Desirable Holiday Lines \vill be sold up with little
/ \eir daughters Ida and Dorothy were
New York Studio: 143 West 42d Street
iciyod into tho church from the
chance
of replacing-the stock before next Spring. .
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'itist church nt McKeesport, Penn\ ania. The ladies' aid society
You will find here a very large and Complete Stock to select from at prices
fi\~j n .sociable last night nt the
which will surprise you considering the conditions.
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church. Solos were given by Mrs. Notice js hereby given that the
J. Willinm Heim, F,ugeno Mngee, Mrs.
' 1 am devoting my entire time this season to the making of
Lee. Enright and Frank Conklin. and township committee of ShrewsSweet Cider. The cider is the sweetest I have ever made.
recitations wore given by Mrs, James bury township will meet on
MacNair and Miss Tilton. The
• My Nut Swamp distillery has always .been famous for its
women's missionary society will meet Thursday, November 14th, 1918,
Apple Brandy and its Sweet Cider and this year my cider is
tomorrow afternoon nt Mrs. Thomas at 2:30 p. m., to pay sheep and
exceptionally good.
Coulton'a nt Mmnosink park. The
World Wi'do guild, a newly formed poultry bills.
Leave orders for it by the gallon or barrel at my Nut Swampsociety of girls, will meet tomorrow
All persons having bills for
35O Patterns in Stock Ready for Immediate Delivery
distillery or at my liquor store, 23 West Front Street, Red Bank.
night at the parsonage. Rev. William
Telephone 476.
E. Brnistcd will preach next Sunday sheep and poultry killed by dogs
morning on "The war work drive anil will please present them to the
TERMS CASH
the church work drive."
The lesson sermon for the Chris- ownship clerk, duly verified, on
tian Science service next Sumiay will on or before Thursday, Novembe "Adam and Fallen Man."
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A mooting of the young, ladies' ber 14th.
Sodality of St. James's church wil(
GEORGE H. LIPPINCOTT,
be held next Tuesdny night at St.
James's clubhouse td arrange for a
Township Cleric,
euchre party nnd dance to be held
on TliiiFiksfjiving-eve.
WILL you accept this invitation? YOU are heartily welcome!!
BAPTISTS TO RAISE $4,000.
Drive Next Sunday* to Pay Off Mort- COME enjoy n (rood religious service.
gage on Parsonnrfe.
SUNDAY, November 10th, n special
The coriВЈre|ratinn of the Red Bank
The cider mill at Tintoin
Baptist church will endeavor to raise musicql program under the direction
Falls', opened to receive
$1,000 next Sunday to pny off aof Prof. H. K. AHstrom nnd Mrs.
mortgage of $2,700*on the parsonage Kntherino Throckmorton, morning
apples on Tuesday, Ottober
and to jiny for needed repairs to the
ehurch. If sufficient money is raised and evening, ns follows:
1st, 1918, and will-remain
electric lights will ho instaltBtl in the
church. A special collection will be Morning:
Don't use temporary roofings; it means an endless chain Y open until.f urther notice.
token up at tho morninpr- and niprht
oF annoyance, repairs, damage to building and contents, ^
aervices on Sunday. Those who are "Consider the Lilies"
Topliffe
D. A. WALLING-Estate.
absent from the morning service will
expense and disappointments.
$
l e visited nt their homes during* tho • "The Lord is My Shepherd,",, ...
RED BANK, N. JT.
day by solicitors. . The.advisory counA. Bcrge
A Slate Roof is absolutely Fireproof and Waterproof. ^
cil of the church is in chaise of the
I Sell Real Estate
woi'. of raising the money.
Evening:
"Slates placed over old shingles" |
I Rent Cottages
Wounded Last July.
a > specialty
.
x
I Write Insurance
"Take Up Thy Cross"
Petria
' ^Willinm D(. Leonard, son of Frcd-_
Monmouth County Farms
eriek Leonard of Long Brunch, wns* "Let Every Heart Uojoico and
wounded in action in Franco last July
S i n g ; " , , , . . . . . . . iH. K, AliBtrom
t u t his parents were not notified of
the fact until this week. His brother
Successor to Estate of W. R. WARWICK В»|
Frederick, "who is with the Marines,
Respectfully yoursf ',••••—*
was wounded on October 5th. Another brother, John S., is nn ensign
The '.'home church," where you're
TRUEX BUILDING
in, the navy; ^.^
Telephone 134
?
alwayB welcome.
BROAD STREET
Tt n a y t." advertise in The Reiflstei
RED BANK, N. I.
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Broad Street and Branch Avenue.
t—Advertisement.
,
Delays Are Dangerous
Red Bank Auto Radiator Works
Are You Run Down?
If so, you need some of Laug's Home-made Candy. It is well
known that good candy is one of the best foods for the system and
you know that Laug's tandy has been the best for sixty-two years.
LAUG'S CANDY SHOP
WEST
Manhattan Stores O v Inc
C O A T S from $10.98 up. .
S U I T S from $19.75 up.
D R E S S E S from $12.95 up.
Entire Stock of Reliable Rugs Offered Now f
at Absolutely Guaranteed Prices
300 PATTERNS, all grades in 9x12 to choose from, wide range of
patterns and grades in all regular sizes from
.
18x36 to 12x15 feet.
Saleswomen Required.
9x12 Axminsters
as low as
9x12 Grass Rugs
as low as
9x12 Brussels
as low as
9x12 Heavy Velvets
as low as
t
Special Sine of Seamless Axminsters. Velvets and Wiltons
NOTICE!
SWEET CIDER
Specials in 4-Piece American Walnut Bed-room Suites
E>. C. WALLING
Keyport, N. J.
NOTICE!
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' The United States Fuel Administrator
requests all stores to close on Sundays,
.commencing November 3d, although allowing deliveries until noon, providing
orders were placed on Saturday before
11:00 P.M.
We therefore request all our customers
desiring Ice Gream for Sunday dinner
to be sure and place their orders on
Saturday.
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GRACE METHODIST
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* RICHARD C. WARWICK
f
278 Broadway, LONG BRANCH, N. J. |
OSCAR HESSE, JR.
W. A. HOPPING
THE В«ED BANK REGISTER.
Page Fourteen.
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HIGHLANDS NEWS.
COETS NECK NEWS.
School* and Churches Reopened— Sunday Closing Order Made This a
• "Dead Burg" on Sunday.
United War Fund Meeting.
MANY FARMS POSTED AGAINST
The early closing order, which
' FIna ••lection of hand-mad* |
The board of health ban on schools
HUNTING THIS YEAR.
ami churches has boon.lifted and thewent into effect Sunday, was obeyed
fall and winter hats, mad* of f
in Atlantic township were re- here by the' store keepers; Highlands
belt material*. Sold at r*aion- \
Pantbge by Gunners ii the Chief Rea- schools
Mondny. The Scobeyville was a "dead burg" Sunday.
son for Stopping Hunting on theopened
school
has
been in session the pnst
The influenza is under controld able prices. Store open 9:00 |
Farms of This Locality—Special two weeks, although
the other schools here. The public school, churches tfi A. M. to 7:00 P. M. Saturday 5
Privileges for Soldiers.
were closed. There was no sickness and the moving picture theater are
up to 10:00 P. M.
Most of the farms in this part of at Scobeyville and for this reason the open again.
Monmouth cotinty have been posted ! school whs kept open. Cases of sick- Eight hundred Newark residents
airniiist hunting this your. Rabbits i ness from influenza are few and theon a special train visited soldier
2 5 7 Shrewsbury Ave.
are said to be very plentiful and on j number KIWS less each week,
friends and relatives Sunday at Sandy
some farms they have, done a-Rood! A .meeting in the interest of theHook.
RED BANK.
deiil of damage. They are regarded j united war work campaign has been
George Hennessey of this place has
l>y a number of farmers ns pests ; (.ailed for tomorrow night at the town left Camp Meade, Maryland,, for
.which should be exterminated. _The hall by Garret Buck, chairman of At overseas.
rabbits chew the biirk from small lantic township for the drive. ComSamuel Burns, who.has conducted
fruit treei and destroy them ami they mittees will he appointed ami newa milk business here a number of
nrso do damage to crops. These workers arc asked to .serve on these" years, has discontinued delivering
farms would be thrown open to hun-committees in addition to those who milk.
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ll except tluit
l th
ti'i's, jjcnurally
the gun-have successfully'conducted previous
Mr. and' Mi's. Bernard Creighton
ners usually do more damage than the di
drives.
and fheir son returned last ^week
J-abhil.s. The gunners shoot and oar- The boys and girls of the village from Baltimore.
3-y away poultry and do other damage had a merry time Hallowe'en and
Mrs. John Duncan' of Highland
from sheer wantonness, and for this only one praiik was committed for Beach hns returned to New York for
reason the farmers keep the .gunners-! , v i l i t . n some of the boys \veri5-after- the winter.
out ot their njnees, much as they \Ward sorry. A group of boys took a
Margaret Liming, young daughter
Silk DreiaDS, $10 up. Latest
would like lo have tlie rabbits killed ; lnrge market wagon from back of of Ambrose Liming, is sick with
off.
styles.
Waiter Fields'!? paint'shop and pulled "pneumonia. , Squirrels
q
are also becominggap
pest | it
t liack of the-town hall. Mr. Fields r: Mrs. William B. Mend is convales- • Serge Dresses, $8 up.
jn some localities. They breed very lives next floor to the hall and hecing after a , serious sickness with
Silk and Serge Skirts, $2.50 up.
fast and
nd theyyfrequently,
q y make
,
their 'caught
caught the
they were pneumonia.
,
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the boys
boys just
just as
as they
Children's Coats, Dresses and
h
in
i attics
tti of
f houses,
h
where
h th
they | about
to
leave
the
wagon.
He
told
b t t l
th
H t l dMrs. Georgclaminf; ha"s received
gain cntiance by gnawing- through ! the boys to take the wrfgon back. The a souvenir apron from her son Am-Hats.
the sides of the house under the eaves j o i ( ie r boys in the. group refused but brose/who is with the 112thfieldar- Shirt VVaists, assorted styles, 98c.
В«>r m other places.where they find en- the'younger ones willingly set to
tillery in France. The apron is made; '
trance easy. Sometimes they build i work. The wagon had'been, left at of Japanese silk set in with silk chifSilk Waiits, $2.50 up.
their winter nests in'unused chimneys • the bottom of a little hill and thefqn roses.
Flannel Nightgowns.
and when-fire is started irr the fall the j boys hud to pull the heavy wagon lip
Miss Catherine Kpbertson has rehouseholders arc driven out by ths.j the hill. They accomplished their
We alio sell goods by the yard and
business at her newsstand at
smoke until they can have the chim- | task after n lot of hard, work'and sumed
the
station, after having been we have flannel and ginghatn goods
neys cleaned. The annoyance -from ] exertion. When they had put the aid railroad
which
we sell at $1 00 and $1.25 per
up/with influenza.
squirrels is principalljpn the-outsWrts ,vagon back from where, it was.taken;
pound.
Miss
Lavinia
Bogue
spent
Friday
.of towns and villages. • *.-•_, . the boys went about their merrymak• We carry a full line of dry goods.
Almost every farm in MiddletoVn ing. but they took no more wagons and . Saturday.-with her aunt, Mrs.
Katie Derby of New York.
township is posted against gunning. • that ni(;ht.
Anna Kinney, five months old,
ilany of these, farms .are used as r The Red Cross auxiliary "here has daughter
of Henrietta and Sergeant j
country places .^ud. the owners allow i been asked to make as many sweaters Lewis Kinney
of Miller street, died ,U 5 O a k i a n ( J S t c o r .Bridge Ave.,
>io gunnjng because they do not want as possible J)y November 15th.'
Tuesday
of
week. The bunal
any birds shot. The owners are try- Denise Lefferson and family of was at Bay last
View cemetery.
ing to protect quail arid other game Little Silver -spent a day last week • Harry Phillips
RED BANK, N. J.
has
bought a large
hirds, as. well _as song bjrds of all
-with-Joseph Lofforson,— ,
, •\
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JfmdsT '•"•"TheybuiTrl shelters." for the Matilda Trances has been laid up auto truck.
Mrs. Stella Jones has been sick
hirds, they feed the quail and other w iu,a cold,
• >Jtiirds during severe winter weather,
Walter Reed has'quit his-job on with influenza,
and they provide, bird'houses'for Clifford Matthews's'farm.
, •• Elsworth Cottrell; /Is recovering Contractor and Builder,
from
pneumonia..
.'breeding places.-. These farmers reMiss May Frawley, a student nurse
Miss May Weinhold of this place,
gard the birds-ns their allies in war-at the. Long Branch hospitalr-spent
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I'ing against insects and they strenu- Sunday of last week with her parents, who is sick with pneumonia on her
father's
farm at Engljshtown, is imlously oppose killing' any of them.
Mr. and. Mrs. Peter- Frawley..-.
daily. Her brother, TheoВЈTlie Shrewsbury. and Tinton Falls
John Collins lifts bought a newproving
dore Weinhold, died of pneumonia re-: OFFICE IN EISNER BUILDING,
game protective associate has In itsautomobile.
cently.
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:meml>ership almost every farm own•Lisle Matthews and family have
Room 3.
John P. Aiiair; borough clerk, is
_, er between Red Bank and Eatoiitowh moved to Freehold.
on the north and south and between
Mrs. James Sickles of Scobeyville, recoverine; from pneumonia.
Tslspions
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Mra. William Fehlhaber is confined
Little Silver and Colt's Neck on thewho has been in bed several weeks
to" her home with sickness:
.. cast and Vest.' All these farms are with sickness, is improving.
Miss Viola Martin-o^, Newark is
p
t d against
a g a s t gunning.
g ui g Members
M bof fMr. and Mrs. John Collins have
posted
Jobbing of All Kinds.
visitinir her mother, Mrs. 'Alice Mar-,
the
h association
i t i who
h wish
i to giln are been laid up with grip.
tin.
Miss Martin has liee'n sick. • . Fstimatas .Cheerfully Furnishad.
given cards which entitle them' to Movings from here have increased
shoot, on the grounds of most of the the nurJiber of vacant houses in the Benjamin Bethel, druggist in Granother• members. This year it is pro-village.
One resident counted fifteen din V, Johnson's drug store, has. reg
pustid to extend the gunning privilege empty
h
i Scobeyville
S by
i l l ./and
d turned to work. He hns been sick
hou
empty
houses
to soldiers whofarc in the service C
n he has been under treatment at
h neighborhood
i h b h d and
Colt's
l t ' NNeck
k and in the
f]ards. giying soldiers this privilege between
his home at Gleai Ridge..
the two places.
can lie obtained ifrom the" secretary
Russell Miller was home from
Charles Danser moved this week
Now that moving time 1B near I aa
-Ihe association, T. N. Pnrmly of Tin- on the Hiirtshorne farm.
Camp Dix on Sunday.
prepared to do your
next moving
mving o!
y
ton Kails.
The association has
John Suttman and familyy have funiture,
furnituure, plri
b t t
ti
plariop or.
to all
all parti
to
or.b^jtage,
f city or country,,
In the largestt ddd
padded j
eno.ugh money on hand to pay all ext
closed their su'mmer home on Atlantic of
vans
In
Red
Bank.
Before
you.
hav(
•LITTLE"
SILVER
NEWS.
penses of the association for the cm
street and have returned to Newark your next moving done, write, send or
Tent year and for that reason -no
for the winter,
call for ths only reliable furniture movei
and get, my prices on your nexl
members' dues will be collected this Road to Oceanport- Closed for ReJ. Fletcher Ha'gaman has moved to In town,
All kinds of heavy or light .truck'
. * pairs—Hallowe'en Parties.
season.
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the rooms over Woolley'sfive'andJob.
Ing
dona at short notice. Call or addrefll
The
road
leading
through
Camp
ten-cent store. Mr. Hagaman has
Tlie hunting season begins next
J. T. EGAN,
Monday. Not as many licenses have Vail has been closed to. traffic while moved his carpenter shop to the rear
of Gus Bischolf's plumbing shop.-"
been taken out', as usual, as many of iLis being rebuilt.
11 Wall Street, Red Bsnl
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Hallowe'en
party
was
-held
last
John Carrigan and family have Residence phone 124.J Office phone 539-R
the men' who spend a few days each
ycar r out gunning—are- now in'the Wednesday night at the. Hickson cot- mO ved from the apartments in Terry
1O WHARF1 AVENUE.
.American army in France, out. gun- tage.' The house was decorated with Marten'sbuildings to Cape'May landIN
CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY,
autumn leaves and black and orange Ling. Jesse Havens, manager of the
ning for the kaiser.
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>ent^Mla-ntic-&-Pacific-tea-cornpany,
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. i By virtue of a n order of the Court of
moved
into
theMarten
apartments,
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Chancery
o
f
New Jersey- made on the day j
-WEDDINGS.
find., thehLJVbmlamL friends _
-Which-are_O.V£i:_hiS-StQr-e. —j-o£--the date heiH?of,-in «-cnu-ie--wh«nein.Jahn4Red Bank, Little Silver" and West
4.T,nr)'c,fn«vQfl • H. Meyer \a complainant anil you and Little I
Benhe.tt—Sniffen,', ^ ^ '_Oranpe. I>ancih° was the principal from Camp Dix»to Camp
transieriett
Manor Compnnr and Ilcnjamin J. PurEustace, t Silver
ker a r e defendant*), you are required to appear, pli'iu!, answer or demur-to the bill of.
'Miss Cornelia, B. Bennett, daughter pastime.
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said complainant on or before the twentieth
. of Cyrenius ..W.IBennett ot Herbert Clarence
Cl
EL Hall is able to be about
i^s*
clay of Noy,eniber next, or the said bill will
•street, and Franklin P. Sniffeh, son of again, after"a"severe"attack^ of-influRUMSON NEWST
be taken as confessed against ~yoli.
WILL NpTALlOW G U N K .
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MILLINERY
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November 1 to November 15
Ladies' Coats and
Dresses
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STEVE ITRI,Jr.
Geo. W. Sewing,
EGAN'S
Auto Vans and Express
The said,bill is filed to foreclosure a niprt' Joseph'.-. Sniffen'of Leightou avenue,
Elsie LefTevson entertained a; Quarantine Hfted and Churches and jrajre. Riven by Little Silver Mnnor Company
were married on Saturday, October
to John H. Meyer, dated December 1!). 1918,
Schbbls Reopened.
2<Jth. 'hy Rev. Lester G. Leggett. The party of Camp., Vail soldiers and (
on lands in the township of Shrewsbury, in
ceremony was performed a t East Side friends . at. a Hallowe'en party last The board of health lifted the the county of Monmouth and stnte of New
Park in a 1 ju'se furnished for the Thursday night.
.
t quarantine Saturday and the churches
e
were
<ou|ile.'.i occupancy. Mrs.. Cyrenius
open
Marshall"«•
Wolcott
-Mr.'and Mrs.
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- , u 'were
В°P e n Sunday..
Sunday.. The public j iliu^bm o" conipLiinT^that'ycm Were a di'V. Bdnnett mid her brother, William their
inlay. A t t h e rector of the snid Little Sliver Manor Comson
Marshall
spent
Sunday
with
j
schools
reopened
"Mo
rnno-t'ptrntinn'?
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January
18,
191G,
and that
L. HВ«ui:ett, were the attendants. The Mrs. Woloott's brother, George Van- \ churches Sunday 'the
douse was decorated^ with autumn Ness1 of Long-Branch*
congregations, ^ o r fc ^U] t h e c h a1r t & r , of M W
- y.-..,..: , I r _^_ r ^ i _
. LJK.erej-XcentionalltJaitSP..
itnv.rti-Little Silver Manor .Company was declared
.leaves and flowers and a corner of the
Mrs. ,JennieTIerl5ei-rsp5rrrSuiKlay ; i,el.t Lindenmuth of Ne Roch
ihe state.
oF~NcvT
yby tlieKovcrnoF"oF"
eof non-payment"S"
npayment
of Vtnte'tax,
,
main room, where the wedding took with her
mother-in-law," Mrs.
Mrs. E
Eliza-;
! Jersey'because
her mother-in-law,
l :cupied"the"pupit
p p at the' Presbyterian
y
p
and that you thei-qupon became a trustee
place, was banked,
banked, with
with leaves
and
leaves
l
t
h
Herbert
of
Long
Branch.
.
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church'
at
both
services
upon the dissolution of said Little Silver
the
ab- American,
-LU.
Manor
Comii.-in
Louis
Herring
is
laid
up
with
ins
of
the
pastor.
Rev.
A
with- 1tin
flag.
Hanoience
uis Herring is laid up with
A. McDate October. 9, 1918. .
"liaii linud oi East OruiiKc \Va.s flower
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1'ITNEV, II Alt DIN & SKINNER,
girl and Raymond Sniffen was- ring
Lieutenant Frank Dean, wholias • .James-Enriffht, Jr-> is-'havinp the!
Spi'rs of Complainant,
.l)eiirВ«r. . Mi.ss Lillian. I'errine of Ruhr been- stationed at Jacksonville, "Fieri- ' f r o n t of his building s>t Main anil La- I
road street, .Newark, K. J.
way, tlie--bride's—cousin;--played—the- da, iK-vifiiting-his .parcnts,.-Mr...nutt.L.favette-stvoeta repainted by-Steph'on : — — - ———
, ^ ^
. weildiu^ imu'ch. rJ"he ceremony ..was Mrs. Daniel Dean. He is attached to i Wilson. Mr. Knright has rented, the ;I n thВ°nmntte. ,В°fU"
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(store formerly used as a meat market: \Vnrni>r, JoarastJ.
witnessed by the immediate members the aviation .section of tha navy.
Mr. and .Mrs. William.Carhiirt and t o i j O U i s Sobel of Red Bank, who will i Notlcu to creditors to present clnima against
..of UiВ« contracting.parties. ' Cyrenius
V. Bi'imott, u brother of tlie bride,
• b f M ? i 0 I i e n n t " e a t I l l a r k e t here nciit Saturp,;,. suant o , ll]0 ^ a of Joseph L. Don.
came home oh a furlonjrh from Camp i week •
. • "''•" .day. Georae \V. Bray will also open I nhnv.siii-roirati. of the county or Monmcuth,
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•• fourteenth
- • nii',
•-•madc'on the
day of October?
^Hiinuiliricvi-A'ircinia..-but he arrived I Chnrles Iniliiy of .Novthport, L o n g : l l i s i, r a l K .h crocerv store Saturday
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the apvlicatiun of Jessie L. Warner, exton lutt- to witness ihe •niarnii|fe.
j Island.
mornip.f<;;
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. Mr. SniH'en is errif'.oyed at the Eis-
i-В»] fx-Uiry at R?d bunk. The. bride
„ vei'uiveii miiny K'l'ts of cut RIHSH, fur-'
nit-.-.i-f-. I'to.
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t-rier. or they will.be forever
SHREWSBURY NEWS.,, .
;niimbev of the wealthy residents of [he n
iH-tions therefor ngninut the
West-r-WiederhoIt.
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" ' . I the boroup-h. Mayor Corlies was ap-j, " d
ip.
Mi.'.-.< Ola West,'.daug-htor of Thco- I Patriotic Service Next Sunday Morn- p V o a c l , e j just week on the subject! Dated Freehold, N. J., October 14th, 1918
Ji i m i Rumson borough may have a j
.
JESSIE L. WARNER
dore .W'e^t of Humson, \vas married ;y- . ing at Presbyterian Church.
The elmiThcs opened Sunday and public park in the Oceanic district j
lust Friday afternoon a t four o'clock
to Wilfnrii \VioderhoIt, son of Alfred
1ViВ«(1t!iholt of Shrewsliury. The
ciMenioiiy wus performed i)y Bev.
:Kiibe!-|.,MaeKellar
at the Trinity rectoi;.Y! -<..n" MВ»|ile avenue;--.lied lfcnlv
Tli'i.-'liridt.woi e a Tagu&jrray..chitfon.
bi'o-iuclotb suit, with hat to .miiK-hi
Mrs C . R. Stevens., a nister of the
hriile, vy'is maid of honor, ;md Clarence Wiuierholt, the nioom's brother,
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.. ,on Riverside drive'. Mrs.-.,•ailed to the -colors, and those who re- and demnnils nn.iinat the said estate, under
Vattevson
°«th, within nitiL' months from the date of
:md -llrs. Wiederholt arc on a!•'
I' . 11. Swezey nf this'place had charge i-iniuncd at home were not sis active as the nforesnlil uriifr. or they В«will be forever
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,;Mliiint; liip and on thcil" re- nf llicproKi-am, which consisted of- formerly.
liarreil of their .-u-lions therefor aRajnst the
! The outdoor garden south of the
tur
'.v will ^i-f. tij> liousokeepinjj in a'rtit-lv-;' un Ucljjium.....-.-'
Data! FrcclmM, K. J.. Sept. 17th, 1D18.
Kiv moolinir of the Eed Cross was -J.irge Krcenhouse on the.Borden prop.Unr ii. The bride ivi'3 th.i' rei'ipi..WILLIAM E. WINTER.
A'.:-il'l---.:'•••i;i,
<.v."i'-,t'p
p.
nrc'.-jerty
is very attractive just now, witl
-iiarry p;-cr-eni.--, i-ulu'iinn s'es- H'.y
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D ^ N I E L . U . APPLEGATE.
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iiif; of ihu l.o-.ij; Ilranch. liospH .!! uux- a profuse display of dahlias and chryjf-]
hk
iiiaiy at iirs. • Kiiwiird Aiin-siiong's. .atithemums.
The garden ciin b' - Monmouth County' Surrogate's Office. '
tliu matter of tlie Estate of Serena Wptih,
. The girls' irn'riotic , leiiiuie will' scon from tiie. trolley and attracj I •In Defended.
Herron—Jcne$.
Miss Keba G. lltu-ron of. I.on'p; meet Friday nifllit at Benjamin .J.
Notice t o creditorj to present Claimi
(.'l-jminers.huve
been
reapinfrafhar
iiaainst iwtali'.
•'liiiincli and H o w a r d Ii. .Itltfes of. P k '
Pursunnt to thВ»> order of 3osoph'lj, Doiinwho lias been : vest during the past month.- There nay,
itiver F'ltr/.a were m a r r i e d Sunday f ".•. JlisH Yiossie Morfonl,.
of t h e County of Monmouth,
i is a lsirife deniiliul .for soft clams for mndc SiliTiiKutf
at Long Branch by lleV, siВ«di_jyiOii.i"fluen3r.a, is improvirif!.
on the iihu-teenth day of September,
•steamers
at
the
city
markets'
and
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• of Tracy B. Plumb,
F. McKoy. -The-couple Avill
Wi-. and" Mrs. Bevun .Colby have
live at Red Hank for the present.. i-PiunuMl from their weddilijr trip tolmanv of. the cla'mmel's . hereaboTits , Adminiati-nu.r of the estate ot Serena Webb,
j
have
been
mnkin'p
liirjjc
shipments
to
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Mr. .Tones is e'mpldycil a f t h e Eisner the New England states.
I New York and,Newark." The gill net1 seriber;
r; Administrator
Administrator a s aforcnaid, tholr
Snvixy and lias'been liviiig- at River
- -•--—»>•<>- :—
\ ii^hevmcii : have
• .taken
many large llpl>ts nml ilwmiinils .affftinst t h e eaiti ontato,
Pl.-i7.ji HIP last two years.
• .EVERETT NEWS.s
fc
iindtir oatli, . witliin nine months from the
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I \vc;ikn?h.; The fjrU net?i are set.above dntp of thf aforesaid order, or they will lie
l)i n i i f
KeA. - C r В« В» A,,xiliary_ Make* Qood ; ^ ^ i f eg ,, w > r В« -the current, is.
fr
l
h i actiuns
ti t h
f ttheir
therefur
. riot fore
Vaaderburg Property Sold. • •
tlio .Jnl.l juhscribcr.
.'•o -swift, These weaklish a r e tide npninat
Sliywinrt ihe Past TWo Mo;nt)|>.
Dntinl Frccliiil.l, N . J.. September 19. 1D18.
Harry Hayes"'of Spring" street'has'
В»nd uro very large. They nre .
TKACY 11. PLUMD.
• and October tlie lunnore
sold \\\A nrOportv Jit Vaiulerbtivi' to - - •- , *,
•,• t
i f c t l . h i n j , f r o m s e V B 1 1 i v to ninety cents
IN CHANCERY OF N E W JERSEY.
suits .ofCross
pajamas,
ten has ma.lc
Mi^. M.-,of
v mi
tanover.'
The 'propertV-ENei"H_Red
auxilifiry
To Alonzo WiltU-rniuth:
h
h Ms n 0 r e s i d e n t
consists
eiu;ht room
house, a shirts,
n th:
llilr'iy navy baps, 29 pairs of
By virtue offim order
d • of the Court of
^ ,,
,, ct t iin
]
h^
Rtuit* huililin^-ami the usual 1outbuild- sock;:,
Chancery uT N .loraey; mnde on the 22ii
four
helmets,
live
sweaters,
a
ings. 'I'lie place hail been held tit 'siriirJV 1-lli hainlkereliiefs, !il> napkins air Itiivpn, the nearest d6ctor being ilny.
Octobe
y. of Otober.
1918.
1918. in
in
n ceitnin cnuso
h
Sndie Wildermuth is petitioner ami
$.'1,500 but the purchase price .was and SO towels.
Sfubriffht or Rod Bank. The mat- wherein
The -auxiliary's in
you are defendant, you are required to aplens tliiin this. 'ilr. Hayes formerly ijuota fur tl<^ ensuing,
ter
will
come
before
the
next
meetmonths ing of the Rumson horough improve- pear, answer nr demur t o the petitioner*!)
rniiduct'iii a store at'Vanderhui-p;. He is lno pnirs of socks andthree
petition on o r 1,,-fore the 23d tiny or Desweatcember, 1131S. or in default thereof such dehns lived at Red Bank several, months. ers. The auxiliary hassixty
ten active ment association and.n committee will
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cree \yill be nimli- aKainat you nВ«. the Chnnworker's "who sew and knit for the sol- bo appointed to try to induce a physi- cellor slinll think i-.|Uitnbli-' and juВ»t.
. .~i',iiiiiiii.v hint.
_ JU'lvin SI
his sir
Hit. S o n ' . F a l l .
••--•h'litlii'r ( l o l i t t l e s o n . r e l u n i i n i ;
I i t ) n r hiii-fleback r i d e ) — Clot a fall, d i d
yciii'.'
Well, I liope y o u diiln't' c r y
like a b;iliyV
Sun
No, d a d , I didn't t r y . ] jtist
faiil i)i'j> w t i r i l — t h e s a m e a s yim'il
have said! •
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ii.^S I J i l l ' l u - l
hard up,before.
(inI'll-'tn t i n - I n l i K c In-t w e e k w i t h si'.-knpss. •
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AGENT FOR -j
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Monmouth's Leading Jeweler
Broad Street
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Red Bank* k J.
I lliniMJIM IMIMMMMMtltlllM
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tfiat certain Jpity shops are repricing or
reducing ^heir shoes to conform to Government
h couldn't they do it before ? But
la shoe to epjiform, toZGayerhmeniT
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which was overpriced in the first
^ place, isn't exactly a reduction—it's restitution 11
We have been selling our footwear way underthe
Government's standardized prices right along and
we do not and could not reduce them now!
this is & Shoe Store where you
~ilo~not need the assistance of
the United States Government
wget honest values I
^TT^If-rit-srfootwear you need, we have it and^ave^-- plenty for all members of the family.
"
ALBERT S. MILLER
18 Broad Street
Red Bank, N. J.
Columbia Restaurant
TO BROAD
STREET
We're Elected!
Yesterday was Election Day. The people responded to the call and by their
. vote elected to office candidates that met with popular approval.
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Tlie object of v;,m8 U it IR to obtain a de.Motorcyclist Hurt.
diers ami there .is need of more work- cian to lnc-'ate in Rumson: •
cree of divoi-i-i-. .lijHolvinK the marrijiKe he(
'M\vsiiu Chambers, "who works in ers in order to fill the quota. The
trt'een, you un<i the petitiom-r.
Dnted Oftolit-i- L'Stl, 1918.
tK'- HIM!rain.'e rating bureau on Mon- nuriibeiTif"TTorkors is small in proTaking the Census.
I!. TKN 11HOECK ST011T.
inoulh '.,tieel, struck ii watron whilv ])firtiiiH t o tiie number of inenilji'i's.
A census-miter made his rounds in
Solicitnr of tbe-Petitioner.
•lidiim I'is iiHiturcyi-le near Onkhurst
Kli.jidi IJoljiiiiis, formc'i- teacher at an isqiatcitl village. He gave one of P. O. :nliir,-5t. Lnkewooil, New Jersey.
Muifclay niKht. Mr. Chambers could the Kverrtt sfliuul, whTt'lins hei-n un-. hi
his oilic-ial
l i l i l )):ipers to u woman that NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ACCOUNT,
iii*i srf the WU^OM hecausu of the'der tn-.itmcnt ni a sanitarium lit -he niifrht fill in -the required answers. Kstnte of. I.ilty EmoBen,e Pougla.ifl, de,.ul-ai-c oi an automobile's limits'. HeRpolt.-wrjod, bus ntuiiK-d t.. Kvci c-tt ; OIK of the. questions, instead of readceased.
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i* hf.ioKy civen tliat \hp accounts
\v-i> kini'.'l;vd uiK-on.-i-ifius lull was not much iniprove/I in lie.-illh.
I intr "llarrieil or single" bail it "Ccrf?- nf Notice'
Hie sub^i-rilt,.!-, acting executor of the es-
i i-i iivirod from ; ditinn us to marriage." T h e woman
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'• . flilled in the answer t h u s : ','Awful,
Wiiss affei'T".
Making Money Out of Hi* Voice.
'Eli-zii—Did you say Sam was makin1
n lot of money out of his voice, .
Cloe—Sure thing! At de opera.
Tt nnys tn mlvprtise in The Repiater.
Eliza—At ile opera?.
—Advci lisi'iru'ut.
Clou—i as; he culls de carriages!
Frank 7-iziu k :md f;unilv lire vi-itilllt n-l:itive.< at I'lairifielil.' •
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Py^Ra-Lin Toilet Sets
"La Tausca" Pearls
Hurd's Stationery
Gillette Razor Sets
Waterman Fountain Pens
Gruen Watches
"Fishson" Rhinestone Jewelry
Community Silver
Ingersoll Watches
.
Seth Thomas Clocks
illll
1847 Roger -Bros. 'Silver , ^iillH
Hamilton Watches' ' ,- .;3111111
Diamonds of Quality
I ij i
Big Bargain Sale
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L. de la REUSSSILLE
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MRS. W. H. LOHMANN
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Lit.- of saiil JIT,.|,SI-II. will he audited anil
suited by the Surronntp of the County of
Mnnnioutti .nml reported for settlement t(,
tiie Orphans ' Cimrt of Paid" County, on
Thursday. Ihe twelfth day of December,
A. n.; 1SI11, nt vhich time npplicntion will
he made for tlie allowance of conimiBsions
and counsel fees.
vj
' Dated U<ti>l>er l i s t . A. D.. 191S.
WALTER HOPKINS CHARE.
It pays to advertise in The Begista
-^Advertisement. ' - '
Like the successful candidate, THE COLUMBIA RESTAURANT is jubi- •
Iant in having teen selected by popular approval as Red Bank's leading eating ^
place.
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We doht shout about our furnishings, but we do like to make a noise about X
our selected foods, the manner in which they are cooked and the efficient way + •
in which your meals will be served to you.
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Be in with the popular sentiment of Red Bank's best eaters and patronize "V1
THE COLUMBIA RESTAURANT.
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BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCH FROM 11:30 TO 2:30, 50 CENTS
Restaurant Open nightly as Late as Federal Conditions will permit.
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THE RKD BAHK REGISTER
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Page Fifteen.
ties* urifl Htopped over a'few"minutes
! (shed rail Gt gallery oiTuib'er one fust
between trultm."
' a s anotljer young man, n-tall, hottleIn feet, he did stay Just long enough
ehouldcrcd blonde with a vibrant voice
to meet the uduilrlng frlenda of Loin
full of round, benignant notes, clnsped
und the hoys. .Then ho had to go.
By
HERMINE
K.
TRASK.
mn'amscile's small whlto hand.
i
By KATHERlNE HOPSON.
"I'll hi> Lack on 'ihuiailny for all <Juy,
"JIurle," ho cried—il'sloux could.
MIB.S ri'Kijy, If It milla you," lie until
hour every word—"I am so glad to see
| us ho left.
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(Cupyi-lelit. 1918, by tho McCluro isVuspayou; and you aro ulone? Ah, that Is
Ever filnco Arthur Dcnby and Lu-;
per Hyndicate.)
ThurHdiiy it didn't rain. Susan WIIH
By ALEC BRUCE
fortunate, for I hnvo u secret to tell
cllo JSnrd had tidtcu nwny tho Hllfinu i
belter
und
able
to
cook
the
deleelahlo
"Mother 1"
Ey LOUISE OI.IVEH
you tonight. Marie, I—I love you,
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iiu'iil. Tliii boys went to Aunt llury'ii, of "unlucky tlih'l<!uu" from tliclr-cliisu ' "Yes, Iiiiurii??"
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dear. No, n o ; do not furbld me, I
j I^ilii to Mabel j&nnvii'a. The road to by becoming: one. they Inid plitnni'il j "Well, you know
must tell yo>i—"_._
now, neither, Hoy Vonto hold a clusa reunion ut their home;
day;} :
(Coiiyilflit, 1J1U, by dm McCMuru NowupG- j Uowlltiir ltoi'liH wns good, tlio car Ijor- and onu summer, five yours after ton is coining home for
per
",Sh—oh, Mr. CWson," plie stnm'fi'tl, iiiid'l'i';;«y never iirettler. More
XJOr Hyrrdl(r:i[o.)
beforo #ointf 'ovei- thorc'."
. I t . WUH a n n o y i n g I n l>ti.--Itt<"s« Ii<ii!i\i, meieil, glHiiehig Kvviflly upward, "I—
flowui'ri liiiil come out In the Kiirdeii, their graduation, they succeeded lii
"Is
he?
That
Is
very
nice,
Indeed,"
T*("!В»sy I n y nwnliK n l n l ^ l i l llsli'iiln;,'
v e r y uilMnviUfC, ,vi-' : . M ' -i'Ui" J ' u i i h i -]MIEU) I—[)leii^i> flu n o t tell n i e ' i i i i y — a n y . Benml (hi! house lonked wonderfully bringing It nbout. 'J'lisy were, nil Bald Urn. Nelson.
t o 111'.1 l u l u . O h , I t I t w o u l d only t:lni>!
e r e l s tonight, pliwi"—I—"
Ihere, the orlglnul thirteen, together
: c d i i l d h J : m d i t n o IOML'IT.
uworl
und
attractive.'
THE DISCRIMINATING MAN
! "Yes, it Is."
Kliii Iitul jiliiuuiMl Ho liuiiiy i h l i o f o r
with tho wives und IIUMIJIUHIS (if tl!o
"Marie, my Murie," he* Insisted, layi T r u e , h " d l i l n u t d n iniieli b u s i n e s s
The
inouii
wn.i
full
noiv,
HIKI
HIO
Tinn,
hesitatingly:
'"T)imH
po1
(lie n e x t (l:iy, Hit! liny Cnpliiln 1'i'iirfilx married onen.
a f t i ' t l i v e u'l.'lnek. " i t u t " w l m t i i a d t h a t Ing II lurgc, luniy lianil on hvv small, is most particular about liis perspnnl
| con wnn t o In; In t o w n (mil Inul n u k e d • viininila tln.it nlBlit n tnlryhiiul of laceOn tlio.nulslilrl.s of the merry group int; In be u UIIIICO given In lii.-i Jinunr. lo do with II? These young men did trenihling one1, "one lcl.SH, dear, just appearance.
If his garments, by.
! wurli Hhndowri. lВ»elli:lous fjcents cniuu
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lH'l" I f llO COUlfl COinc to HIM; lie)'.
cut Ethel Cluxtnn. -Suiiieliow HIH; wns Do you HitppoKO I could bnvc u new nut ini'iiii buslne-s, no! . Their (line one," he jilenili'd. bis jstronp; arm steal- chance become, soiled and spotted,
!
fro
in
the'giirilen,
and
I'i'Wjy
lirealhed
dnnco
frock?
There
are
snme
very
'j
Cojnu to KOO hurl
I'etfjty'n lir:irt
UHUiilly the odd i;lrl In every gulher-"
\v;iw tlitlp own. Hub, oven Mario, his inij around her Hleiuler wulfit.
he-sends them to xia. We clean thenl
'n 'vliidmr Hint own bciiutil'nl, peuehhloom Mink', hud
•i. liml Hull u"i*t?tl almost to Kiift'iiMilIon I u Hls'h oil ecKtacy. It had all worked Ing.
"Xn, no, Mr, t.'or.<on, no I"
Kho felt herself no now, ul-pretty JMI(terns In •
thoroughly liy our modern method
wiu'n nlm rend the few Hue;! mi fhe out no"KitlHl'iictory—Juat as Glio !mtl thoiiKh tliero wns tin even number o£ are very rcnsonnblo In price."
Hang! The full-blown decorated
hail enough. And enough is us good
>
"Ijuunt, you ltnow I vrftiiM love to us n fenst; hor iniuiner Kikb'I HO. * lid' globe of nn nnlhpuitnd lump splintered o/ dry (.Ieiiiiiny und lie is in tho prico
heavy wliito impi'i'. d u n e lo see Jicr! phinin-d,
men und girls.ut tho Ilcnhys' house
of "a new suit. Why not do as ho
Shu liml vUmvii hiir eyes ,';i>(i prcssm! I "i'en'py, denr, I love you," said tho party. She linew thut on the jirescnt get you something, but—"
. tnngiiB? More things than tongues on the.gnllery floor and 'glittered la
does? It'll pay you.
• occasion their- IIOHICHS hud pulled her
"nut wlint?" linjiiitlently from I-nurn. CIIII speak!
Ilii! wonls lВ» ln'i1 lioiirt In eculacy. Tin: I miitalii Kuihli'iily.
j frosty powder on a.crimson mat.
• l
t;ill, KIMIIJU.* olllccr 'ulii! lim] met :it| "Why—why, caphilnl" said Peggy, off with Ted Foster. •. Nevertheless: "Why, tliero nro tho rent und tlio i M'.siou rose suddenly from his InU- ; "Who—who—wns that'/" demanded
flui MiirslmiM, uliuut whom all this ', broii tlif.'KKly.both be and llrlan ilcdrlric vied with gns bill due Saturday," snld her mother ciiljitiered desk und pneed slowly up Mr: Corsoii, catching his hrentl? and
girls liml lieeu coninlutuly nmrt, luclud"Vcs 1 (Jo, nnd I may В«H well tejl eucli other In HmJr intentions to warily, "nnd you laiow tho funds are'and down tho dlinly lighted ulsle pf-i quickly 'withdrawing his arm. "What?
Ing' hi'i'iiulf!
,
• • you now. Why wait? I've known it pretty, frivolous .Sibyl Lundon. '
' low. tf'erlmps yon could'11ml some- his old furniture store.
'' ' — j you father. bu:brealclng stock—I—I &6 Shrewsbury Avenue, Red Bfinlc^
The anno stato of nffairs continued thing Eiilrnbla In the trunk Aunt Tiess , "Yes, It will end, now—tVmight.l" his |.thOHBht,tlint hn was out!"
Tlii'ii 1'i'Ki'y hull dune KOIIIO olllcer- nil uloiif.', but I'll confess If I' hadn't
"Hush—hush!'
'muttered. "I cunnot stand It longer.
IIIR liortiolf.'ns l't'Ksy could, Her llt-Huuii 'you Monday I should pmlinlily next dny when the entire parly, pnclted left you.".
"Oh, Unit trunk I" snapped Laura Thijso young men, young fools, I will
Again footsteps fimindcd on the. til- j
tlu lirinil.i, which look only 11 livi'-finil- huve waited.., I cViti hardly tell you In various conveyances, alartnil to
nngrlly.
"
I
wish
Aunt
Bess
hud
never
puck t h a n ' home, where they belong."•' Ing outside li'nd M'sleur began to tic-, i
u-linlf Klin'o, could make. I'lill. nml 111- J why. It'a because, purhiipa, I've ill-Itnlnliow falls fur fi beefsteak fry. ;
1
willed
It
to
me.
'
Then
die'left
her
ays Jiad a horror of useless women.
"It's really trunic," Bhe thought.
My daughter-Is my'-daugliter, not a j scond the spiral'stairway behind. . . j
tlo Chuckle HU'p iiroiiuit IIIOLU lively
This \vlll-o'-llie.-\vlsp, endless-chain mother and went to her room.,
plaything! Her time, m y time,'ts'Vnlu* . M r . Corson'jumped to his feet:
In oni! minute Iluni fallior mill mother I wish you could know how- adorable
you
looked
that
dny
lii
your
blue
dress,
business"—my
caring
for
Tod
and
his
Lmirn's fntlier hnd been n cnvpenter 0[j2e." •
.
"Hjdo me, JMarle, hide me I -Soine-j
combined coiild do la u wnuk; und a
Most
girls
would
hiive
been
worried
infatuation
for
Sibyl,
who
doesn't
cure
nnd had kept his wife and daughter In | B ( ' r f o r c „ dust-coated mirror In a tnll one's coming both ways. I—I would
wot'd finiii hur nrolly red lipM meant
to
death,
l'ecgy,
fleur
little
Peggy,
comfortable
circumstances,
but
when
•
,
.
i
,
wardrobe
he'patjscd.n
moa
fitruw
BIT
him.
rather not bo ^
more to Kusuii In the UHclum-tlnm n
im
mgl ny
yea old he
e m| een nt ( t e8iiUl aikins
| s flHt
ii-fea.. | Quid;,
was fourteen years
he d
died
his
fistnnt
ltlng h
t t the
h c fuftfll-fea"Quick,then,
then,InInhere!"
here!"she
shebreathed,
breathed,
Whole jTffiim'iit of orders from hlKhor tell me you cure a little, won't youT'i j The dny drugged nnd after the pic- Lnurn waa
of
its curling gray .[throwing opea the door of a flne'ward' nfter n short
"—•• Illness
'
* t u r e ( ] r c f l e c t l o n y,iai
"Y-yes, I do," said Peggy, happily. nic dinner,- while Ilia" others wero ofpn.eumonln
up. Lulu, lii'i1 (wi'lvo-yn'ar-olil wlstor,
adored her openly, aВ» did Loin's, gli'l "I love you very much," liut, wonmn- [ grouped. about tho camp lire, Ethel four dnys. Mrs. Iselson was n cleyer , ) a I r aQ(1 suufluefl flor[aity of'equate- robe just opposite-the fifth nmhogany
' ,seamstress, nnd by enreful planning n u n c e
piece. Click 1
friends, who mot after Hchool every like, she knew It wasn't,the blue dress stole uway unobserved.
• m.sIeuri mUst p a c k ^ ^
iiiy /'or l'<'i;ny lo insli'tiet In knitting. •nml the broom at nil that did It. It'. It was not, until n couplo of hours and strict economy hnd managed to; . . ^
"Ifn I" M'sjeur sn,w Mr; Corsotfs
1
, n •. y o u h n v e fcccn t o Q I o n g a b o u t
JL'he nlllccrliig Vceny dlil, on receipt wns the plnlt dress, and tho (shadows, Inter, when lira. Dcnby wns round- support herself nnd Laura.
coattntls
Among t h e many friends wns Hoyjj.;M
of (inpliiln I'eiirHons' letter, conslnl.ed mid the gnrilen scents, und thc moon I Ing up her pnrty preparatory to going
-- - '-:•• j fouiVLhe -counted-carefullyj - and as j »J
home, that they actually missed her. Benlon, tho only son of tho villagei | 5ais b i g brown eyes blazed oml' he pnsscd up the aisle to meet t h e ' y
of dlNpiKiiiiK of Hie fmiilly for Hie day,
Then the cry went u p : "Where's doctoiv
.
''nously.
'
•
beginning with I'liMp and ClmrluN,
portly newcomer shaking hands wltli:?<
Ethel?"
'
j In hor room Laura cried resentfully ; . . F t t t h c r . . . • A . ( ] o o r o p e n c a I n t n o Mii'amscllo nt the door, he turned two (V
nuil liml gono on down the line until
"Wp must look for her," declared until her eyes were red ftntf swollen. :
no ouu WHS loft Init .hfif mother and
tapestry -frama screening t h e keys, In the mnhognny nnd mission i ВЈ<
\ father and herself, Captain I'eurKon Pain Has-Its Purposes and Should by Arthur Dcnby. "She may have wan- Indeed, she did n o t wish t o ho seen ] l u ] e ,,vI ro()m^ behlnd • •
0-nd „.„,,,_ rows, arid dropped them In his pocket. \'/t
No
Means
Be
Looked
Upon
dered much farther than oho realized by Hoy n t that moment. After Bho ml aM aam$ haiulsolne allttle pnst
' was to Klop to dinner, anil Kuaaii was
"Hai Mister Bnrron, good after-1 >Ji
as
В«n
Enemy.
nnd
lost
her
way."
,
to achieve this most delectable meal
hnd calmed down sho thought of how t , vent p c r n n p g | wltn „ M m o r o u g anQ noon, good afternoon 1 Tou are well, l
They separated, little groups going i hnrd her mother h a d worked for her, clever expression, beamed on him out yes? And Mrs. Barron? Ah, that Is
Peggy's busy brain could plan.
Pain Is n messnge sont to the bruin in different directions. All felt a nnd decided to t a k e h e r ndvlco and of liquid wells of blue. "Knther," she good!
Something—er—this afterIn uliurl, the program was to be as
1
repented, "Mr. Moorson Is coming. noon, perhaps?" —
follows: Morning, holiso cleaned lip, to report thnt some pnrt of the bodyj eon.so of guilt for neglect toward the look through Aunt Bess trunk.
I In trouble,
bl nndd to
t usk
kf
l i fI t ,Igirl
t
In
for
relief.
whom
they
had
known
so
long,
There
were
m
a
n
y
dresses
which
Mr. Barron wns M'sleur's best cus* ,., 11 - . He—he—I think he Is coming here
flowers nrranged hi howls everywhere,
probably hnd been very fnshlonnble In n g a | n В»
•
tomer. Purchasing agent for a much
for men and boys rightly
bent linen and silver hunted up, is, therefore, not nn unmixed evil, but!yet none knew well.
their
dny,
but
there
was
nothing
that
i
..
j
i
В»
u
bane
or
n
blessing,
according
to
Ilioj
"I
counted
on
you,
Ted,
to
help
T
n
n
n
]
c
y
Q
U
|
a
r
l
e
i
t
n
n
n
k
y0U|
larger
furniture sto're, when his firm
porches cleaned und everything In or- priced
was
suitable
for
evening
Tvcnr.
At
the
view
thnt
wo
take.of
It.
Jinny
per-;
mnlco
things
pleasant
for
Ethel,"
refltnnftnered
M'sleur,
his
broad,
elennran
out
of
any
particular
piece
desired
der.
very bottom of the trunk, however, shnven face pinking distinctly. . "Er— | nt once, Bonhomnie, if he could supsonu, especially those whose nervous, proved Mrs. Denby ta nn aside,
Afternoon—The boys to go fishing orgnul/.ntlnns are nentcly pensltlve, j "I'm afraid Tve been a bit remiss," | there wns a white voile dress.
after school mid to Aunt Mary's for dread piiln, both for themselves nnd. poster answered contritely. And in - "It Is pretty,'1 murmured Laura to nnd If—if I nin "not seen, I suppose ply, always got the order.
euntior mid to slay nil iilght,' I.В»!u anil for others, to such n degree that their | t t mood started off uloue, fleter- herself, "nnd I nm going to try It on." that I will not bo In the way, my "Ah,- good afternoon, M^leur, good
na
afternoon!" " responded Sir. Bnrron
<ho club to go to Mabel Brown's and flrst instinct Is to do soiiiPtlilng—any-1 mined to find her. It eecmed to<llmi About ten minutes Inter she ramlnto
"Oh, no, father, no!" she laughed, loudlj-. "Yes, sir, I wnnt two wardLola to stop for dinner and nil night, thing—If only the distress can be
the
Hitting
room,
where
her
mother
that the green, rushing water of the i
All the new ones at
"but make yourself heard up in thc robes, In a hurry. Send' them out In
as Mfthul bud BO oCten coaxed.
cheeked. They refuse to listen to the rapid mountain stream mocked him. sat knitting on an olive-drdb sweater,
our wagon; it's at your door now. A n
'A
1'cRUy planned to put on her new nioBsage, nnd think only of hushing It. When ho reached a point that com-1Her cheeks were tglow with excite- gallery. Walk В«bqtit a little, tumble.
mahogany one" for—er—take a note of
sport milt at nrmy bluo Jersey and If wo adopt the view that naln Is a manded n view of tho falls he sud-,ment, and, dressed in tho dress of the something, yes. Then I enn sny,
them! Beady?" He glanced at the
wllh her own little car sparkling clean fnllhful servant bringing us u mes- denly caught eight of her quietly pit- nineteenth century, she certainly look-1 'Hush, Mr. Moorson;1 someone Is tak| ing Ktock up, there. • Ha hn!" She notebook in his hand—"Mr. James
wan to lake the captain for a ride out sage, we alter our whole nttlttide to- ting on nn overhanging rock watch-' ed like n picture.
Moorson, 01 Cookson avenue. You
Inwshed'n nervous little lnuK'i. ' •
, to Bowling Hocks to see the view, stop ward It. We learn to listen patiently Ing the changing play of waters.
i "lnurn Nelson!" gasped hep mother. "Jly denr," whispered h*r father Im- know the Rrntlpmnn's son, I think.
В«t the club and Introduce him to a nnd to organize relief wisely, nut we
"Isn't it pretty, mother dear?"
"Hello," he called, patent relief in
Tve seen him here."
few frlcndrt, then bring him home to must remember thnt there Is pnln thnt his voice. "You've given iis the scare j "Yes, Lnurn, It 1В». Tlmt dress was pressively, "of course you know that
do not—cr—desire to listen. The : "Ha, ha!" M'sleur chuckled.
a quiet, delicious candle-lit dinner for can and imist.be borne, and pain that of our lives."
always very denr to Aunt Bess. Sho jIsweet
Mr. Iiurron> looked curiously over f| 19 Broad Street, Red Bank |
things these.young men fsy are
four, I'cggy In her uew pink dress; a cannot and should not ho" borne.
"Why, whut's tho mutter?"
antl one for Mr.
whole delightful evening ulono on tho In certain kinds of accident, such an.
"We've been hunting you for the
Arthur Coreim, 15 Marlon terrace.
moonlit verandu (there was n moon, extensive burns or lacerations, the phy- last hour. Thought you were lost o(f to Join tho boys In blue 1
Perhaps you Know young Corson, also?
nlready, yes."
.
{ Vcggy fumid from the calendar iwholo sician always gives the speotllest tern sure enough."
She was to have" married him but ho j
time n low, musicaltoughrtp-Ha, ha!"
I week ahead), and then—Peggy never •porftry relief that Is In his power nnd
fell at Gettysburg. That Is why she
"Is It lute?" she asked.
"Ha, ha!"' echoed M'slenr.
plivd through the long oblong hall, and
then removes the Rufforer to & place
tried to look past Hint.
"Yes—you know darkness comes in never married."
"And I want both In model A, Bonechoed from the galleries above.
he
can
give
him.proper
care.
In
"Oh,
mother",
said
Laura,
"do
you
.— Hut—"The host laid plans of mice wherea..hurry_up
hero
in
tho
mountains.
....>.... . . . . ....i.'-r,..I......ii...,(. --ir.*,.. _^._\- • ... r. i. ii...Jiuirj _ Ml' IILTU i n i i m l u u u m i u i i s . ;
"Mon n.mi," she murmured nrchly, j honmile, remember. Ah, you hnve a
' and liipu gang nft ngley."
mioli cases tho call for the mn'rphln« yve'd better hurry back—the others! suppose it would have the same effect "the swpet tilings those young men ] row of encli, I see. Well, don't fall me.
It rained, and It rained nnd rained needle, or for Rome other nnooyno, Is I a r e ren(1 y t o B t n r t n o n l e i В» NOW that!
her moth-! 5 n ' ' now> n r e Perhaps just n Ijyle dlf-' Get 'cm home nt once. My men nrc at
perfectly legitimate one. Bu'
But"
there she wns found and wus snfe, he wns !
Benton,,,
and rained. The flowers. would bo
j terent from the • things young men j your service. Good dny, I'm off. Busy
ruined, t h e tulips had been nlinoat are certain kinds of Intense pnln tlnft j reudy to relegate her to the" back-1
Xaura blushed prettily, and said: "At sniil—oh, some twenty years ngo, when j as bees down otir way."
rendy to drop nliyway. The rond to ought'not to lie linmodlntely masked I
once more.
the little mother henrd you speak I "Goodjlny, si
od day/' smilingly
Bowling RocltH wns lmpnssalile now, with nn anodyne, boentiso It is very t
For n moment she was ellenf, then tiny rate I nm going to Innnder it. them, hoy? And ^io, perhaps you • JTsIcuF bowed his patron out, and
- even with n whole dny'a sun, nnd the necessary thnt the physician sliould he snld: 'Tm not ready to go yet.1' She I mny wear It to the dance, too."
might
Jesire—"
'
(signalled
the
men
to
eomo In. They
Although the dress was pretty beboys couldn't go llshlng.
Mother able to Incorporate their messnges In J fipoko quietly, but there 'Was a
"My denr," Bonhomme Interrupted j were big strong fellows both of them.
his
diagnosis.
Sometimes,
ns,
for
exfore
It
wns
laundered,
it
wns
much
3
" wouldn't let them when It was dump.
foot
-' But when the wardrobes were loaded
ample, when there Is urgent need oi strange glenm in her" gray eyes.
afterward, and Laura maSe Zlih "V s m " e > , , a ^ n r , foitsfeP
'
After a sleepless night l'eggy was
"Not rendy? Why, they're all svnlt- prettier
an operation, quieting tliQ patient with
up her.mind to wear it, just to Bee N c в„ў r tear, I.-n-ill walk about 1In the 1 nnd roped, they came back to the
up ut H[K. TO her surprise, her mother morphine might mean that when the lng," he returned In surprise.wi,nВ» tho n-nwA trnnirt snv!
gnllery, or I will cough maybe. But I'store.
•
wns stirring In the hnll. Teggy opened effect of the drug had worn off and the
"Let them wnlt! I must have a what the crowd would say!
[ iim .busy this afternoon, and I ennnot j В«y c s 5 " q u c r i e d Bonhomme with TRUNKS TRANSFERRED TENThursday night.
DERLY
her door. "What Is-It, mother?" BIIO pnln .began to call attention again to few minutes—you know when any' "'
Laura went to the dance hall alone; leave the store for the convenience j ttrCh|n,r brows
oulccd,
,
by this concern. We don't emnloy
thing first comes out of its shell it's nnd
of
these
young-visitors,
nhetn!
And
_
.
.
.
,
,
,
,
A
a
r
l
n
k
o
f
WI
teP
f
v
o
n
p
l
e
n
s
e
n'..littlelater
than
the
other
glrlSr
bagBage^mashers. When you placa
"It's Susan; BIIC'H slclc. I've been "iKeTaiSenSSleoirdltlonlf^vould be toe a bit wabbly^aml—nelias~a little
AUNT BESS' TRUNK
FACING FACTS
The Blue
Goddes
Bonhomme's
Compliments
EAGLE CLEANERS AND DYERS
Hunting Coats
$3.00 to $7.50
Beach Coats & Vestsj
$3.00 to $5.00 i i
Sweater Coats
REALLY BEARER OF MESSAGE
$1.25 to $8.50
Mackinaws
Suits & Overcoats
p. Saving of 20 per cent gj
|H.N.SUPP,I
AW
V
*
V
В»>MO
I I I U U I | L | \ . U >
*V
В» В» * * В«
m-Mm*M^mm
,
.
-
—
'
1~ your trunks in our' care tfiey~reSch
for sho wonted to see what the gen^ it-Isi-possible that I might-henr-some-^^y,
, late to save the patient.
time to rccqver Itself."
leetle snatch—eh? Take' care, take
.,«»,,'„'
,.,,»»,,
of her
t—Shmy-of-lhe-1
the station in good time and in as
— "What do you-mean¥!—In-eh'eer.
"Certainly," mumbled M'sleur, turn- good—condition—as—wheiw-you—ga.ve_
'ard pains, We know very well that a surprise he dropped down-on the rock
1
ring, ting.
, .
She removed her wraps In the dress•little courage would give nn relief, .lml
jbeside hor. ,
•iiiK
hissom'
fuuB water,
nmry:—"Ohr-Murl«.
water!
up front here 1sum
Ah,thenvto -us. We--move almost any'Ah, your visitor."
thing moveable—trunks, - furniture,
Ing
room,
brushed
her
pretty
curls
w are so much afraid .of ther dentist1!
nnd
the
keys,
I
forgot
the
ieys,"
he
3he laughed. "Just what IVe'said;
Mn'amselle hurried forward with a muttered n-lien the men followed household goods, cases, barrels, etc.
I chair or of the surgeon's'lnhc'e of probf I've donevft lo|t of thinking in the two back from her forehead, throw n pole
Moderate rates.
! that we temporlsta from dny to dny and hours Tve been sitting here. I'va pink senrf over her shoulders, ar- laugh.
ma'amselle away, "nnd these men can
Click! The big swing doors opened deliver them with the goods, yes."
!so endure a great deal of unuecesnnry been facing facts, In other words, and ranged her flowers In her belt, nnd
went Into the dnnce hull.
wide and a wcll-set-np, muscular
fsufterlng.
He hurried to his desk nnd drew out
'Tm sftrry, dear, hut we can't help i Pnln Is n good servant and n bad am •determined to be ii' different sort
young man met her with, a sniile that
The
boys
and
girls
were
nil
talk40 MECHANIC STREET,
It. I'm almost too tired to get break- i master. We should lonrn toheetj tti of person than the one you've known ing at once, asking this, that, and the only half explained the meaning of his two business cards. "With SonRed Bank, N. J.
homme's
compliments," he wrote on
before."
^
tust."
presence.
"Your
father
is
out,
I
supother
of
Roy
Benton,
but
never
wait'incasa(?e and then dismiss it ns quickly
Telephone 219-W.
He still*"stared" hhlf-<:bmprehendВ« Ing for"' a reply.
Peggy's fiiee changed Instantly. I as possible. Whfen It is nf the chronic
pose?" ho whispered, glancing up the each, and placed them with the little
gilded keys in their respective' en"Don't you worry, momsy, dear, I'll type nnd cannot be dismissed, Nve lagly, and she uurrled on: "I see that
•
. '' .
As soon ns Lnura made her appear- aisle.
Bet Itrenk'fust. You telephone for the I should nhvays consult n trained physl. the neglect and Indifference I've al- ance, the hubbub censed. All eyes
M'slonr, fat and breathless, hnd velopes.
One'of the.men tucked the packets
doctor, then go mid lie, down. I'll get clnn. He will'do his. hest to render II ways met with havo been largely my were upon her, filled with admiration taken advantage^ of the greetings to
tlio ldililli'3 off to school."
bearable nnd he will snyc its from add- own fault. I didn't Impress others. nnd, surprise.
tiptoe up the spiral stairway. "Huh, carefully away In his pockets, "l'es,
After thut there was no resit for ing the blunders nnd penalties of self. I've decided to throw overboard evHoy broke the silence by walking np your father is out?" he wheezed sir," he promised, "I'll see that the
Peggy, a'he ruin kept-tip'and Susnu [dosing to our troubles.—Youth's Com- erything I've cared for before and to Laura, slipping her hand through wrntlifnlly. ' "Listen to faint lieurt right parties gets 'em. You bet I will,
start life- on a* different basis—la his arm, nnd turning to his friends nnd—" But he did not hear thc fair sir."
got worse. The doctor came nnd panion.
lighter vein as it were."
"Oh, father," pouted ma'nmselle
etiiyed, nnd Teggy hud-to he everysnld: "Friends, meet Miss 1861." They lady's reply.
"What do you mean by thing3 all broke Into a laugh, and ns the orwhere at once—in the kitchen one !
llnli! At gnllery No. 1 .ho stopped when the door closed, "these, young
Changes In Hudson "B*.y. •' you've cared for before?" "
minute, lining hot wnler bottles* tho j The trappers nnd others employed
chestra began to piny at* that moment, for n moment and viewed with regret men, oh,' these young men, they are
next, answering the telephone, niaU- 'by the Hudson Buy company hnvo no' _ "Well—you, for Instance. I admit Lnura and Roy hnd the first dance the ninny dust-covered tables nenr the such troubles. Ob, I do. not;wnnt them,
Ing beilM, washing dlВ«lios, getting Jtlcetl thnt where deep ivarer was to he I used to cure tremendously. But you together. Not only the first, but many door. If mndnme were only here! and tfieyVnre here, yet. What shall-1
—you never pnld any more attention after. Including the lnst waltz, after Hush! He could hear, hut .could not do?"
)
luncli, nnd a hundred other things.
ffoiind In thc liny heretofore It la beI.u11i.li over, the boys had to be'Coming so shallow thnt nnvlgnHon ls| to mo tbuu If I'd been a Sgure in the which they strolled to her home un- see his daughter and Mr. Moorson "Ha, ha, hal'non, non, my dear,"
wallpaper.
But
that's
nil
over
and
der the light of the pnle moon.
laughed M'sleur, "they are not here!
warned to come straight homo from j accomplished with dlnlculty. Investl.
now.
Helmut, for It WITS (he kind of day iKntlon lins led to the discovery thai dono with now. I'm born unow 1" She "Excuse me for asking, Lntirie," said
They hnd seated .'themselves on aTou make one.beeg mistake. These
rose
with
n
gesture
of
poso
and
powyoung
men will net trouble you again.
whi'ii mother wonted about them. And, I the shores of tho great body of water
Roy, using the old name he hnd called rose-colored dlvnn on the nisle, behind
OH the IlrnwnH lived too far nwny, Lola |Oro gradually being tipped an If nn ef- er. 'Tm ready to go now,"
her In dnys gone by, "but where did a row of. wardrobes. The young mnn They have gone home to their fathers
"But I'm not," he protested. "I'm. you get that dress?"
wns told to come home also.
jfort wns being mndc to empty Its yvnchose the spot with much pei-auitslon. —with the compliments of Bonhomme,
Lola forgot nhout the company nnd itei-9 Into the ndjclnlng sen. The bnj not ready nt all. "Why—why Is It I've "Lniirn told him about the trunk
Jl'slenr heard him: "Hah, I will go yes! Hn, ha!"
ot four o'clock the entire knitting club whore Henry Hudson f^pent the'"win- been so blind?" •
Aunt Bess bad loft her, and then higher up, young mnn, higher up,
When Spring Fancy Calls.
"None aro so blind ns those who asked: "Why?"
to be considered in buying
walked In. The boys had brought a ' ter of 1010 hns entirely dlsnppenreo
where I cun get a bird's-eye view," he
String fancy in this clime Is not limfew exlru spirits along too. Never or him so changed th'nt It ennnot be will not see," she quoted.
"Why I donft know. I<ra look so~ panted. Whew! Astlunn and'.'climb-, ited to .youth nlone. ,-,'with the burstDrugs is, first of all, the
"With me i t wnsn't n case of different from the rest of the girls.
WUH there mich ft houseful.
now locnted, although there la suffiiug do not agree, nnd gnllery N'o. 2 Ing of the pussjprillow bnds and" tho
qualify. Then, of course,
Foggy hy this lime hud accepted the cient data left by him to locate the | woulUnt-l)ut simply not having my Sweeter somehow. Oh, Laurie, I've was so high up. It contained thc bed- nrrognnt entry of crocus tlpsjnte_the
Inevitable, changed to n blue linen hay under conditions os ho found eyes opened. They're open now all got flve^ dnys more. r_WHl you—? ding, nil the soft goods und M'sleur •upper world, comes the thrill that
you want to be sure that
right." . . .
Couldn't "we—? Oh, hang it all, I love
dress with whlto collar and cuffs'nnd them.
some admit nnd respond to while
Sho started to go, but ho laid de- you. ' Will you marry me "beforo I go collapsed on n pile of cushions.
npron, and decided to muke. Ihe best
your druggist keeps a fresh
.others,
feeling
thntjt
will
pass,'deny
Oh, In, In! he was too high up to
taining hands on her Blender' scnrlet- awny?"
of It.
.
" , hear even a snntch of conversation, and Ignore It. Epitomized, the spring
The Cook Pitied Her.
.
clad
Bhouldcrs.
"You
snld
you
didn't
stock and employs an expert
She was out sweeping some extra
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liut he could see. And the young man cull says, "Come outside the city—come
Young Wife— Oh, cook, I must c n r 0 n n y m o r C - B u tr m R o l n g t o b o .
IniTje chunks of mud off the front
to take charere of the PREBefore Lnurn went to bed that night was bending so close to Mu'unscllc. out—come out, bring the fnmlly nnd
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J
l
r
'T" '!L complaining.
™}J°;» !°« IOne
T; r
' f fit ?!
all over again and try and mnko she had a little chat with a picture His speech, his actions, betray«d the got near to nature."—St. Taul Flonebr
steps when Cnptnln Penrson •nrrlvetl. always
clay
is.yBin
SCRIPTION D E P A R T 0 cllrt
Will
you
give
Jue
a
try?"
I'cKity " d not run, nor hide the the soup, the second day it is the fish, • "
of Aunt Bess. If you had been nenr,
Press.
,
For one challenging second their you would hnvo henrd her sny: "I'm feverish anxiety of his mlpd, and
brooin. She stood smiling down nt the third duy it is the joint—in fact,
MENT.'"
Mn'nmsclle
had
.
turned
her
crimson
eyes met. 1'hen, with a guy little sorry for what I said nbout your trunk
Mill from the top of the steps—n blue it is nlwaya something or"6ther.
Seemed to Be Both.
face awny. Suddenly Mr. MВ«or*4on
You can be sure of all these
Cook—Well, mum, I'm sorry Tor laugh she snld: "Well—Fm open to thnt other dny. I nm really glnd you seized
goddess with the emblem of womifn's
Mntd-*-There's a gentleman calling,
her linnil. Sho drew It away.
left It to me, Instead of sorry. And
sphere in her hand. The humor of you. It must be quite huwful to live conviction."
good
points, and many more,
Mnn Dleu! The psychological mo- sir.'
with
a
gentleman
of
that
sort.
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denr Aunt Bess, I nm sorry too thnt ment surely? M'.slourl looked about
the slluiitloii lent an added sparkle
Man of the ^ouse—In person or on
Bo,d Slant
at
. '
your sweethonrt wns killed. I must for something to drop, fiomethini* thnt the telephone?
(II her Willie.
. Buttermilk.
"Do you think It Is going to bego to bed now, or mother will cnll me
"T'ni so gbid to see you, coprnln,"
"Yes, sir; he's calling In person on
would
innke
n
noise,
butthere
wns
"Which is the cow that gives the smooth palling with our new cook?"
a eleepy-hend nnd tell me my eyes
she Kiild, holding out her unoccupied buttermilk?" innocently risked the
tho telephone, sir."
"I nm nfrnld from tho sounds that look like two holes burned In nnothing big, nothing hard.* He thought
linnd to this splendidly cnpnrlsoncd young lady from the city, who waa
of n cough, but In Ills present state of ?
Called, Anyway.
blanket.
Good
night,
Aunt
Bess,
and
enmo
from
the
Idtchen
when
sho
was
niiin. "It's a dreadful day, Isn't It? inspecting: the Jierd with a critical
H, C. HUBBARD, Prop.
breatlilofisncsfi Hint also wns Impos"Cnn I see Mr. .Tones, please?"
washing the dishes there are going thank you for the trunk."
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I have some small brothers who won't eye.
M
sible.
A
real'
spaem
would
take
tho
16
Broad
Street,
Red Bank.
to
bo
breakers
ahead."
'E's
gone,
sir."
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"Don't
make
yourself
ridiculous,"
•wipe their feel, nnd they In turn havo
placo of the feigned, and M'sleur was
Telephone MO
Telephons 79-J
"Has lu> been culled up?"
B dozen or two friends who won't saidithe young lady who had been in
SAFETY FIRST.
a
friend
of
discretion.
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country-before and knew a thing
"I nin't sure whether he's been cnlled
wipe" (hclr.s. Hut juat cmun In and' the
A Fortunate Bankrupt.
Hiirk! Loud footsteps sounded on up or down—'o died six rimitlis ago."—
The Boy Had a Cocci Reason fo Not
nei' what I hii've on niy hnudt todny— or two. "Goats give buttermilk."
the filing outside. Mr. Moorson London Tlt-Blts.
Huncam—I see by the papers that
Giving
an
Answer.
a combination day nursery und u hosyou huve mmle an assignment for the
What She Would Say
A tall man, impatiently pacing the jumped to his feet. Mn'umselle nlso,
pital. I'm two kinds of nurse."
"Miss Pechis," auid Mr. Timmid, n t|benclit of your creditors?
plutform of a wayside station", accost- und evidently at tho young ninn's urBargain Day.
"Lucky people!" snld the criptnln, flic other end of the sofn,, "if
Skinner—^
if I wore
were
e ; es;ray
y affm
ed a red-haired boy of about twelve. gent solicitation, KIIO "throw open the
"Four extra Innings to this game, my
to throw you a kiss I wonder what bad shape. I won't be nhle to pay 10
wiinuly IniliHiiK her hand.
"S-s-sny," he saiil,."il-do you know mirrored door of the most convenient dear.'1
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cents on the dollar.
ha-ha-how late this truin is?" The
"Also I'm not Hiire thut you're, go- you'd say."
| "Without extra ehnrge? I don't wonHuncuni—You're
lucky (lop. hoy grinned but m'ndc no reply. The wnrdrobe nnd pushed', him In.
"Well,"
.replied
Miss
Pechis,
"I'd
'.. liii; Ui gel any illnner. If Susan sleeps,say iyou wore the luzicst man I ever Why, ] - fulled two yours njro nnd I hnd man stuttered out something nhout
"Hn !'• iW'sleur no'led that wardrobe' der you men uro so fond.of baseball." lor Floors, Walls, HearthB and Mnnt«l
ii can cook It. If mil, I can't. Mntlier saw.
so much'prnperty left that I.hnd to reil-hendoil kills in general nnd passed well—one, two, three, fojir, live—live! —Loulavllle Courlerrjournal.
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• | Facings, Brass 'and Wrousrht Iron
pay CO cents on the dollnr.
lias, developed neuralgia, so Ihe faminto the sitation. A'stranger, over- In the umhiVgnny row. "Ah- hn 1 I
Fireplaces, Andirons, .Fenders, Fire
.
He
Would
Obey
tho
Doctor.
ily may have to cut crackers und
hearing the one-sideo conversation, will KO down asnln tn gnllery .number " . '
Not Nocessary.
Sets and Gas Logs, Wood an,d Til*
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The
Fisherman.
"Now,"
said
the
physician,
"you
asked
the
hoy
why
he
hadn't
anL-.^hccso.|n.,thl! piiutri'." ,
rtc—When n_ngry you should count
one," he'muttered, a vague.dls.upp.olnt!
Mantels,
Medicine Gnbinots and Tilewill'have
to
eat
plain
food
und
not
swered
the
big
m
a
n
/
"D-d-d'ye
"Thnt
fiBhermaii.:is
alwnyB
talking
'•• •?-yifti^i'ran't' Ktiiy "iinywny," said the
nicnt.iliscernllile In his tunes. "I did
wnntor see me g-fj-get me fa-fu-fnee not hour one loetle word."
about the whoppers he caught."
in Bathroom Accessories.
|
oiptnln. "I Just came to tell you I stay out late nt night."
k o,
punched?"
stammered
the
boy.
"Yjss," replied the patient, "thnt is
"He doesn't cntch them," answered
14 Monmouth St., Red Bank
icim't coirie^Huit Is, not till Thursduy. what
f huve been thinking over since Miss Cayenne. "He merely tells "'D-d-dnt lug li-K-Buy'd tink I wns mo- The swim; doors bumped, nnd sonietliiiiK culling to sny without stopJ'ni on my way to New Ifork on Imsl- you sent in your bill."
.
,TEUEPHONEi;520-J. '
mo-mocking him."
\
- M'.sleiir pi>p[iВ«d his hem! over the JHII- ping to count. '
.fhem."
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—«;mllliileli±_«ttli her. I thlnlc she got
ovei-heiiled yeKterihiy and then'cookedd
off too quickly. I'll send for Doctor
Boyee ROOII, now, hut I think she'll be
nil right lu a dny or two."-•-*"A dny or two! But, mother, Captulii I'enrson'H coming to dinner nnd
,. there's no much lo he done today."
BURDGE & RUSSELL
THE POINT[
' SCMHIi'S PHARMACY,
E.Ellsworth Alexander
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Take Our Word For It—It's a Peppin
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NEWS FROM MIDDLETOWN.
heron. Aime .Gei-ber of Xe.w York ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS NEWS.
spent MoiMay aiul yesterday with
Lester A.-Sieklus of Nnvesink. '
' John ^Vopdwal-U Makes First Trip
The churches in tjje_to\V!iship re- Overseas—Soldiers Send Coupons.
FISHERMEN TAKING OUT THEIR
opened last Sunday \vTth 'the. usual, John Woodward, -a member of the
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POUND NETS.
services. On Monday the schools re- navy .who has been assigned to duty
on ii transport, has arrived overseas-]Thieves Steal Auto.Tire from William suniei! theii" session.?.
Morford's Garage at New Mon- John'Rickinun, Jr., of Beford, has on his first trip. Mrs. John Woodmouth— Belford Honor' Flag for. moved from Jacob S'chnoor's house, ward, mo'ther of John, received.a letand is now living with his father, ter froni him which was written in %
Liberty Loan Has Two Stars.
John Kickman, Si1.
France. A brother, William WoodThe fishermen are taking* up their
Mr. and r'-rsi Russell M-ount 'of ward, who has been in the navy
fishing pounds in .the bay fur theXew York risked Mr. and Mrs,,
Jii3Jn-othci--John,4s-sta—|
wihterv
ThВЈ_ tishe^enJialUtOi'eiifc -l'homrrs=DTfni5"n{-of-Savesink -Satuv~ longer-than
i d t N U d I d
nlikr"se<isuii lliis yc'^irT^ Theiv \v;u (lay anil Sunday.
, Most of the relatives here ot! boys
plenty of -fish anil the pvices wove
Charles Seeley of Port Monmouth,. who are across .the ocean have reIrish.
The \uw
cum •nets• the tisherpien
^ ^
—
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"- remove
their
lies Uecembor
1st,
1
been
on sick leave with jaun- which entitles the soldier to receive
but only a fow rishermen leave them , dice. home
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one b'ox, the contents of which shall
in till then.
.
jiiss L\i\u Hart of- Hillside shent not-weigh-more than three -pounds.
Thieves, broke into William Mor-' l •Saturday
-and Sunday nt home. Miss- Boxes can "be obtained at the Red
ford's garage at 'Sew Monmouth Sat" Hart is employed at Aberdeen, MaryCross,rooms and further informatidn
uvday night. A Polish employee on land,
regarding the packages can bo Jlnd
the farm saw the thieves in the garMiss
Hattie
B.
Walling
of
Keypovt
there.
age ami attempted to stop them.
They be'nt-'him up -and then-ran otV, spent Saturday with her sister, Mrs. -: Lieutenant. James Jay Marthv'who
carrying- a tire with thorn, Nothing- "Willam.B. Fqwler of Port Monmouth. is stationed srt Gape May,-spent Sun: Kaynioml Murphy of Port Mon- day here.
else was stolen.
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• mouth' is slowly convalescing after a
During October Anvzi M. Posten &
The .Bedford honor flag for the
; severe attaek of pneumonia.
Son, undertakers, buried 58 persons.
Fourth Liberty loan contains, two
Miss Ella S. Conover of Mnrlhorn The great Increase, of deaths caused
stars. The flag- is displayed over
Sut-a shorUig-e of coffins but Mr. Posten
Main street near _the railroad cross- is .visiting her sister, Mrs. A. H,
phin of New Monmouth. . , :
s'ecured,enough coffins to bury, the
ing.
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; Joseph Xeff of Belford. is recovMr. and Mrs. Harry Bovd of Tot-ering from pneumonia, after a dead without causing- a delay.
Mrs. Charles J\. Reed is laid up
tenville and Mr. and Mrs..W. 0. Wall- month's sickness.
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with influenza.
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ing have been guests of Mr. jiml Mrs.
1
Thomas
Somer.ville
and
family
of
Miss Laura Johnson has given up
J. Henry Walling of Port •Monmouth.
Mrs. May Davis, has relumed to her Xr.vesink have^returned. to'Bayonne her work at Aberdeen, Maryland, and
' . . " . " - is now employed as a stenographer at
home in Iowa after a several months' •for the winter.
Lowell llillinffliam of Navesink.is the aej'omarirte works at Keyport.
Rtay with ho,r ^ister, Mrs. ThomuV*
sick with influenza. "
.
l'hi!li|is_uf Port.Minimouth.—
A _Hajlo\ye'en party was pivenWalter "Connor of -:NTnvesink i? em-Thursday night at the Cordova house
'vM.iss Marion Phi!;)) of Philip's in:!!, . •pU>yei\
-.it
Morg-an.
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on Highland avenue.
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near Keansburg., who is employed by
i ..James Spires and family 'have
a.New York- "illustrating1 company, has
FAIR HAVEN NEWS.
moved from the Roberts cottage on
gvme o;i a ten days' .isusinerS trip '.o
Garlield avenue, to Valley drive in
Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. A. Leslie
P}iUii-> is recovering- i'voin picumorua, Boys Do Considerable Dama'g'e Here the house *1formerly • occupied by
on Hallowe'en Night.
Frank -Ewing .
which he contracted from imiuonn:\. >
' Considerable damage was done by
Mrs. J. S. Fliteroft spent part of
Harry H-urrj*! of B.'!ford is having boys playing- Halluvve'en pranks last
his house repainted in .connection iveek. (.rates were torn from their last week at New York. Mr. and"
Mrs.'
Harrow and children of Morgan !
witir the improvement? to' his house. .hinges and in some instances were
are spending the winter with ,Mr. Flit'Mr. Harris hВ»s> hmf ele;uric lights in- smashed.
Kubbish was thrown on oroft. Their home at Morgan was
ftaile.i' ,.nd hardwood* rlyors Inid poii'lies anil cornstalks were placed
wrecked by the munition explosions. |
tllinij'j-h.jUt h i s h o u s e ' . '
. . ..on the trolley trnck^ so the ca.i4 were
IJCO Whitehead, Harold Kelly, i
The Sew Iltyinunith I'aptist ladies' •l'orceil. to stop. A boat filled with
aid society.met. this afternoon at Mrs. cornstalks was placed on the roof of George M^cVey and Alfred Burns I
>vere home oier Sunday from Rutgers
George Acker'.-. The ' Christian Eii-' the postoflice.
college. .
de;ivor society'will hold a .-ocialde in
Mrs. Ed'.vn.rd Ritter is laid up with
May Roberts, who has been sick
the church un Thursday night of-next
an
attack
of
influenza.
.
.
with pneumonia, is convalescing:
week.
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-Richiiril
McAllister
opened
a
theJohn L. Covert of. Port .Monnio.uth
v- r-';ien?iiug the winter with Charles atrical engagement at Perth Amboy :
Carhart' of'X-ew Monmouih. Mrs. tin?, week previous to starting on a
T1NTON FALLS NEWS. .
('overt, who has iieen sick,' will live ; Wcstei'ji trip. Mrs. McAllister 'and
with her married diuighle.r iu'Iirouk-' sou ami Mrs. John, "Wagner saw his Tiaton Falls Raised $12,700 in Bond
- Money in the. Last Lpan..
performance at Perth Amliov. .
. William Hall of Neu'i York was a Tinton Falls raised $12,700 in bond
Thomns Casler, his son Russc-il.'imd visitor lu're Sunduy. He has ha-uled
Conover Caster' of Port Monmcuh his house boat up on the shore for moiiey in the last Liberty loan driver
oversubscribiv.pr. its quota of $10,1)00.
ppen! Sunday, and- Monday'nt .l.:U:e: the winter. . •
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,z~
wood, with Thomas Citsler's sister. . William C. Beiirtett' has returned , Wellington Wilkins. spent Thursday and Friday of last week duck
Mrs. Amos Appleg-ate.
fruni tlip Long Branch hospital, where
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MKS'.. Mnrgittv B. Eilert and Mrs;*' he was taken for treatment for ty-hunting at Barnegat bay.
. A child has been born to Mrs. ArDaniel"'!", llendricl^on of 1'ovt Mon-phoid-pneumonia. •
mouth spent,a lew day? lust, week . Mrs. 'Edward. Fay is recovering thur Berry of Pine Brook. .
The church and public school rewith Mrs, 'George. A. Sweezcy of from grip.
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opened, this week, the ban being lifted
Vaux-Hall, Newark.
Kussell
Hendricksqn
TMIS
wounded
.by the township hoard of health.
V Robert. Seeley, Jr., young son of
the leg while fishtiriK in France on
Mrs. Wellington Wilkins was laid
Eobevt Seeley of Port Monmouth, in
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September
20th
.
He
had
practicclly
up last week with grip. Allen Crawwas .bit- oa. the haiwl Monday d>y a
when his relatives heard of ford, who has been sick with influshepherd 'do"g belonging 'to Thomas recovered
his injury.
enza, is now well and has resumed
Phillips,
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. John Peavsall is recovering from a his business.
.
Eilv.-iirdjHВ»ffnel of Nnvesinls, who serious
illness.
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Mrs. Harry Coleman and children,
has been in France as a correspondent
Sir.--.
Johir'
A.
Chaunzy
has
been
for an American lunvspajier, has on-elected chairman of the Red Cross to who have b'een sick, are convalescing.
. listed "r.ver there" in the riiedical "succt-i-d Miss Lillian Battin, who re- Walling's cider, mill i.< doing big
cor] is.
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- -• signeil. Mrs. M. Vloyd Smith was business this season, alvhough proWard It.' Jc-ffcrs'of Bel ford sowed i (/ho.-en vice chairman. Mrs. Clarence duction of cider has been handicapped
fin the election . hoard at that place L. Little secretary and Mrs. William by the lack of help. Many large oryestenkTy in place of Eilward T.'Den- H. Mai tin treasurer.. An call ha? been ders for cider hnve boeii received
tilled as rapidly
nett,. who was a candidate for collects made. o.n_.the/_F;iir _Ila ven.,br.il.nch.jfl. i'.'nd these are being
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-ns'-pos-.siblev-" -—' :: ~ ...-•-«—.— ' . • •>—™
convfjleteii 'garments by
Hallowe'en. passed quietly here.
Po-'tma-ter. William Swni^of Xaveth.
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. Children Jn groups, and...dressed, in .
i.ink i- chairman ,of the Nnvesink. diaRayaiil—Poutrhty is visiting- Hallowe'en costumes paraded through j
-Irrt-t nn the " Uiiiti-ir \v;.r fund d r i v e her brother'at
Phiinlield.
the .village and called at homes, but
•which' .-.tart? next Monday.
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their pastimes were confined to innoMrs. Lester A. Sickles of Nave-sink
npent last Friday with her parents,
It pays to advertise in the. Register. cent merrymaking and no damage
! was done.
Sir. and Mrs. Adam Worth of Kl- —Advertisement.
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QUALITY
Good Food Ecjvials Good Health
BUY AT .
WAGNER MARKETS j
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STORES ALL OVER N E W JERSEY
J Prime Rib Roast
Leg of EVSilk Fed Veal
Cross Rib 42c Ib
Plate and Navel
Beef
Loin ofVeal 3 0 c Ib
Rib and Shoulder
Lamb Chops
Loin and Rack
of Lamb, 3 ^c Ib
Regular Hams
Chopped Beef
Cut>from Bottom Round
35c Ib
Ciidahy's 36c Ib
Swift's 38c ib
Dixie Style Bacon
Shoulder and Neck
of Veal 2 4 c I b
Spreadit Oleo 30c Ib
Veal Chops 35c ib
Veal Cutlet 45c 9b
Link Sausage
Breast of Veal
Veal for Stew
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Brookfield Eggs
3Sc Ib
Spare Ribs
5 lbs for 90c
Brookfield Butter
Swift's Premium
Oleomargarine 32c Ib
65c doz
Liberty Cabbage
Salami and
• Beef Liver 16cIb Servelad 45c Ib 3 lbs for 25c
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Fresh Jersey Hams
Blade Roast 32c Ib Genuine Forequarter Rump of Milk Fed Veal Fresh Shoulders
Jersey Pork
Top Sirloin 42c Ib Spring Lamb
I Chuck Pot Roast 32c Ib
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Genuine Hindquarter
Spring Lamb
Calves' Liver
3Sc Ib
Try Our Delicious Home-Made Sausage, 4 5 c I b
The Wagner Sanitary Markets
12 BROAD STREET
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