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1 .VOLUME XXXIII. NO. 2. RED BANK, N. J.; WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 90. PAGES TO 8. REOPENING OF CHURCH. V NAVESINK METHODIST CHURCH REOPENS AFTER BEING CLOSED REPAIRS. Approprate Servces Arranged for Last Sunday by Rev. C. E. Mc- Kelvey Hstory of the Navesnk Church and of the Growth of Methodsm n Monmouth County Read at the Afternoon and Evenng Servces Two Weeks Evangelstc Meetngs Beng Held. There was great rejocng among the church folks of Naveslnk Sunday at the re-operng Servced at the Methodst church. TheChurch hadbeen closed several weeks on account of repars. The pastor, Rev. C. E. Mc- Kelvey, arranged a specal celebraton wth approprate exercses for the event...,. The days program began wth a Sunday-school servce at 9:30 oclock. three chldren, quarterage, $48. For presdng elder quarterage, $60. Expense of the crcut, $50; makng the whole expense for the year 844, $448." Of ths amount $60 went to Hgh Pont, $50 to Harmony, $50 to Bethany and $88 to Key port. In the mnutes of the qtkrterly conference for the Keyport crcut held at Keyport n 848, the frst menton s made of the Rcevlle, now Navesnk, Sunommended by the leaders as a sutable person. Hs character was examned and passed upon and he was lcensed to preach... Rev. Borden P. Bowne removed by certfcate, to New York July 24th, 869, by acton of a meetng held that day at Navesnk. At another quarterly meetng, held January 8th, 873, at Navesnk, the name of Edward Woodward appears on record as an exhorter and he was lcensed n October of that year. The followng year he was recommended to the ^annual conference as a canddate for admsson. Rev* Joseph Andrew was receved on probaton at the Navesnk church February 7th, 867, and on September 29th of the same year he was receved nto full membershp, after whch he became a member of the Newark conference. The Navesnk church has sent out to work n the relgous feld four excellent preachers, Rev. Cornelus Clark of the Newark conference, Rev. Edmund Woodward of the New Jersey conference, the late Borden P. Bowne, professor of Boston«,unversty; and Rev. Joseph Andrew, a retred mnster, now at Navesnk. Durng the pastorate of Rev. S. F. Gaskll the church was renovated and reopened by Bshop Harrs. In 889, durng the pastorate of Rev. W. B. Blackstone, the old church was practcally torn down and the present buldng put up, causng a debt of $800. The mortgage was pad off durng the pastorate of Rev. T. S. Wlson,and a bell was bought for the church. A new carpet was put down durng the pastorate of Rev. W. W. Rdgley. The church and pulpt furnture now n use was put n the church through the efforts of "Rev. J. W. Nckelson. Rev. C. S. Mller had the church repanted and other mprovements made. j. On May 22d, 904, the church held a weeks servces n celebraton of the ffteth annversary of the dedcaton of the orgnal church. The arrange- BIG GRANGE MEETING. OVEB FTvs mnrnuu> PABMEBS TUBH OUT AT W»CHJSHTOW2T.. [/ The Meetng wa tle Qnorterly Sealon of Pomona Orange, WHch la the Central Orange of Homnontb County rlty-one Hew aumwre. A meetng of Pomona grange, whch s the unon of all thfrgranges n Monmouth county, waa held fat Englshtown last Saturday. The. meetng was the largest whch has ever been held by Pomona grange. ~Efty-pne canddates presented themselves for ntaton n the Pomona degree and all of them took the, degree. ; James C. Rchdale, the master, of Pomona grange, offcated at the/ntaton exercses. - ( ;... Important dscussons were held on legumes, cow peas, hary vetch and other crops whch are used for solng. These plants are grown n the fall and are plowed under n order to fertlze the sol. These plants have been found the best for. ws purpose and they are very largely used. Forty years ago rye was about the only plant whch was used for solng, but experence has shown that these other plants have a much hgher fertlzng value than rye. AH the legumnous plants, whch nclude the clover, peas, vetches, etc., have nodules on ther roots whch collect ntrogen, and t s ths whch gves these plants ther great fertlzng qualtes.. About fve hundred grangers were present durng the lectures on solng, and most of them remaned untl after the ntaton and electon of the 5 canddates. Durng the lecturers hour the meetng was open to everybody nterested n farmng and a number of farmers who are not grangers were present. / The bggest knd of a bg feast was provded by the people of Englshtown. The Englshtown grange s a ATTTO BBSAKS POLE. Electrc Itlght Pole on Hndaon Avenue Broken OS by Automoble. A. bg tourng car comng from AsburyjPark struck an-electrc lght pole on Hudson avenueat R d Bank, near the corner of Branch avenue, Sunday nght and broke the pole off about three faet above the ground. Three young men were n the car but they refused to reveal ther dentty. The pole was knocked nearly across the street and only the wres kept t from fallng across the auto. The radator on the automoble was smashed. None of the occupants was hurt. The machne was comng down Branch avenue ao fast that the drver was unable to make.the turn at Hudson avenue. ment commttee of thepe me.-tn.fs cor- new grange n Monmouth county, and ~ ^_..._.! _ B *T_. ~_ xsted of the pastor, Rev. G. C. Poolton, Rev. Wllam McKende Bray, a h N E f l o, retred preacher of the New gfa Southern conference; John t. Johnson, for 38 years recordng secretary; and the late Dr. R. G. Andrew. At the reopenng servces last Sunday the specal ushers were Wllam Swan, Arthur. Johnson, Maynard Card, Lester Sckles, Herbert Posten, Russell Mount, Raymond Taylor, arry Wllams and Edward Kelch. Two weeks of evangelstc meetngs are beng held at the church, begnnng last Monday nght. PaFtos from other churches have promsed to preach and there wll be speca musc by the chor. On Sunday, September y p provdng ads of al n p salads the.members of the grange certanly dd put ther best foot forward " that feast. There were knds; and all sorts of eatables, and everythng was of the very best. If Englshtown farmers wanted to show the rest of the grangers.of Monmouth county what they could do n the way of gettng up a good feast they showed t all rght. Some of the grangers who were present declared that the J^nglshtown farmers, must have barrels of money to be able to set up a dnner lke unto that provded, and other thngs besdes the dnner made the farmers thnk^ that the up-country grangers " " of THE OPENING OF SCHOOL A TOTAL ENROLLMENT OF,33 AT BED BANK. Xtmr Sen for Athletc Slreotor and Commercal Department A Number of GARDNERS BODY, FOUND. HE HAD COMMITTED SUICIDE BY SHOOTING HIM- SELF THROUGH THE HEAD. Made Insane by Overwork and by the Knowledge That He Wa«Sufferng Wth Brghts Dsease n an Advanced Stage The Shootng Was Done n Danel H. Cooks Sawmll South of Eatontown, and the Body Was Found n a Clump of Bushes Near By. Improvements Made to Some of the bank book, a damond rng SCBOOI. n the Town. thngs. Hs wfe was vst Tll T> _ U T». L. l; _ I. XT.._ n r. v «The Red Bank publc schools opened last week wth a total enrollment of,33 pupls. " The number of chldren at the varous schools s as follows :.Hgh school nr> Mechanc street... The body of Frederck F. Gardner, manager of the Shore electrc company of Red Bank, was found n the woods south of Eatontown last Thursday nght. Mr. Gardner had dsappeared on Tuesday, August 23d. He had left hs affars n such a state that t seemed certan that he had commtted sucde. He had placed hs valuables n hs roll top desk at hs home and had then closed down the desk top. In the desk he had placed hs watch, hs nsurance polcy, hs Ing and other stng n central New York, her formen home, when he dsappeared, and she dd not learn of hs dsappearance for several days. Then she came home at once and mmedately took up the work of searchng for hm. The pond at the new electrc lght works was dragged co new electrc lght works was dvapepced oaw?nd, U B r tree a t V "" nuc : J^ and the upper reaches of the rver and Uecch street..!!!..!!!!"!!!:...!.. 4u the wooded banks were searched, but W.,J. Fetter, the vce prncpal of w t h, out. success. the school, s athletc nstructor n place of J. L. Kohler. He s a graduate of Lafayette college, and formerly taught school at Atlanta, Georga. He s boardng on Broad street. W. E. Worthngton s n charge of the commercal department. He and hs famly are lvng on Drummond place. Mr. Worthngton graduated from the Eastman busness college and the Goldng busness college, The past eght years h«has taught at Bangor, Pa. A number of mprovements have been made to somf of the Red Bank schools, and the smell of new pant ard varnsh s stll notceable n the buldngs. Old fxtures and school necesstes have been replaced by new ones, and the schools are n frst-class condton. / Two rooms have been parttoned off on the thrd floor of the hgh school. One wll be used as a drawng room and the other wll be used as a chemstry lecture room. New doors have been hung on the frst floor at the The body was found n the woods about two and a half mles south of Eatontown^ near the Southern ralroad track. It was found a short dstance from the sawmll of Danel H. Cook. Mr. Gardner, had gone to the shack adjonng the sawmll, where the mll workers housed themselves n rany weather when the mll was n by the chor. On Sunday, September were almost mllonaresf Some" of 25th.-.ex-Governor Emory Ncal Yard I the Englshtown farmers, even though M Trenton wrpreach. t they lved only a short dstance away, Soon after Mr. McKelvcy l-ccame. came to the grange meetng n autopastor of the Navesnk charge be ar- mobles, and n other ways they ranged for mprovements I., the showed strong evdences of prosperty, harch. The. buldng has been The meetng was largely jn the NAVESINK METHODIST CHUffcll. j. M. Johnson, the superntendent, I wa* n charge of ths servce. At I,0:30 the publc servce was held, the sermon beng preached by Rev. John Krantz of the Methodst book concern I of New York. Mr. Krantz Is a fne I talker and hs sermonwas strong and I effectve. Specal musc was rendered I by the chor. Mss Alberta Sckles I presded at the Morgan. The church I announcements were read by Howard IDeVesty. -, ,. I The afternoon servce opened wth la song servce led by Rev. W. L. Mc- Kelvey, a brother of the pastor. John M. Johnson read the scrpture lesson, land George W. Palmer made the afternoon prayer.! The sermon was Bpreached by Rev.- Walter L. Shaw, [pastor of the Atlantc Hghlands I Methodst church. A feature of the I affernoon servce, whch was repeated I at the nght servce, was a hstorcal sketch of the Navesnk church and of [the growth of Imouth county. day-school. In 85 at,a meetng held at Bethany, Joseph Bowne was lcensed as a local preacher. In 854, the New Jersey conference, n sesson ess tnan at New Brunswck, dvded Keyport crcut and set off Harmony, Chapel Hll and Rcevlle as a separate charge to be called Chapel Hll and apponted James McGowan pastor. From 840 to 854 a wceknght servce was h bl hlh panted, both nsde and outsde; a hardwood floor has been put down and gas has been nstalled. The parsonage has been refurnshed, repanted and decorated. Tho mprovements to the church.property, ncludng a small debt then standng aganst the church, left the church n debt to the amount of nearly $,400. At Sundays reopenng servces subscrptons were..., _.._,.L J. J t h j s d e b t t 0 character of a reunon of farmers. Snce the granges were started n Monmouth coufty manyfof the members have become acquanted wth the farmers who T belong. to$hnsss n other parts of the countyand-a -strong feelng of fellowshp has sprung up. Farmng n Monmouth county s pckng up and becomng a more: p _.-,, -«,.,-,., proftable busness than t was for- j *» * Jock & Oakley dd the Tart of the Juldjng wll be used aa a, and a concrete, flow ha: ths porton of the room, blackboards have been put n two rooms on the second floor of the Mechanc street school. Hardwood floors have been lad n four rooms n the school. Improvements of a smlar nature have been made to the Oakland street school. A fre escape has been put on the south sde of the Shrewsbury avenue school. The cost of the carpenter work on the schools amounted to $2,387, and ths work was done by C. D./Thomas Methodsm n Mon- The evenng sermon was preached Iby Rev. B. C. Lppncott of Ocean [Grove. Mr. Lppncott s 83 years lold but hs sermon was forcble, The Navesnk church has a com- Jplete record of ts organzaton and [subsequent hstory. The frst quarnterly cjphference of the church n Monpnouth< ounty of whch there s any [record was held a)j Freehold,/ June l6th, 82. At that trrc the wholo of Monmouth county was embraced n one crcut and was ncluded n the lladelpha conference. Lawrence,jmbs was the presdng elder nnd Javd Best and Bartholomew Weed vero preachers. At a conference held n 834 the onmouth county crcut was dvded Ipnto the Long Branch, Tnton Falls ]and Rumson dvsons, to bo known as he Long Branch staton. The rcnander of the Monmouth county crput was called the Freehold crcut. Between 82 and 834 the quarterly ncotngs wero held at Emleys meetng house, Long Branch, Bethany and Freehold. At the meetngs held at Bethany n 830 the name of Joseph Bowne appears Header. on record as clnsx At a meetng held at the Freehold leetng house In October, 83, t was looted by tho conference to change the Sunday preachng from Hgh Pont, Whch s now, Chapol Hll, to Cheosehuakes, for throe months and tho followng December tho preachng ser- Ircca wero resumed nt Hgh Pont. Tho Freehold crcut was^dvded nt meetng held nt Shank Rvor n 837. jhe road lendng from Tnton Falls \o Freehold was made tho dvdng lne fnd Colts Neck nnd Freehold were nfluded n the Freehold crcut, the renandor beng known as the Mddloown crcut.,, At a meetng of the Mddletown cr- ut n 839 Wllam Johnson was Mt Steward; jlc remaned n that flee untl hs death In 870. In 84 JHddletown Pont was set off as/ B Itatlon. In May, 844, a quarterly Meetng for Keyport crcut was hold It.Hgh -Pont mootng houso and BrAmwcll Andrew and Garner R. fenyder woro apponted preachers. Wllam HolT, Wllam Battle, Joseph powne and Joseph Johnson wero aponted an estmatng commttee for he crcut, wth power to apporton he money to tho dfferent socetes of he crcut. The estrnate for,844, jtade by the commttee was "Brother Lndraw nnd wfe, quarterage,. $200 j, her Shydor, Junor Drechor, rase, 00; Brother mantaned n the publc schoblhouse at Rcevlle, now Navesnk. A Sunday-school for nne months of the year was mantaned n a small buldng located n the southeast corner of the lot now owned by Uobert Johnson. Wllam H. Clark, a local preacher, was the superntendent. Whle Rev. Bromwell Andrew was statoned on the Keyport crcut hs resdence was at Rcevlle, where he became a property owner. At the sprng sesson of the conference n 853 he took a supernumerary relaton and removed to hs Rcevlle house. He saw the need of a crcut and he suggested to the nfluental ctzens of the place the mmedate erecton of a Methodst church. The frst meetng to consder the project, as well as the subsequent meetngs of the buldng commttee, were held at hs house. Those present at the, frst meetng were James Bowne, Wllam H. Clark, Captan Wllam Johnson, Joseph Leonard, Charles Lufburrow, Lambert Johnson, Wllam Davs, Edward T. Burdge, Samuel Bowne, Samuel Goodenough and Jacob Swan. The money needed to start the work was secured by subscrpton. The church folks at that tne owned a lot on the road leadng to Chapel Hll. Ths lot was not consdered desrahle for the new church buldng > and the present ;hurch property was secured through on -exchange, by nn offer made by Captan Wllam Johnson. Joseph Leonard wns hred to do the carpenter work nnd Wllam H. Scott of Henddens Corner dd the mason work. The cartng of the buldng materal was done gratutously. Rev. John K. Shaw, a former presdng elder, conducted the cornor stone layng ceremones n the presence of a large congregaton on thgtftot adjonng the prosent church^ When tho lecture room n the basement was fnshed the dedcatory servce was held and the church was dedcated freo from debt. Tho church entered upon a perod of great prosperty durng the pastorate of John II. Stockton, who succeeded Rev. James, McGownn. Other preachers snce then have been Revs. Peter Y. Calder. Wllam A. Brooks, W. C. Chatten, Abram Owens, John H. Hutchnson, Wllam T. Abbott, Andrew J. Gregory, Porter C. Johnson, Edwn J. Lppncott, Lows M. Atknson, Samuel T. Gnskll, Garner R. Snyder, J. A. Lavolle. Charles E, Hll, Herbert M. Smth, W. E. Blacltotono, Thomts. S. Wlson, W. W. Rdgley, JonhW, Nckelson, Charles S. Mller, George C. Pooltpn, J. E. Sawn, J. E. Whtton and tho prosent pnntor. At tho sesson of tho New Jorsey conference n 804 tho Chanol, Hll crcut was dvded, makng Harmony and Port Monmouth a Bopnrato chnrge and Rlccvllo a staton. John II. Hutchman was apponted DB pastor. In 807 tho name of tho chargo was changed from Rlcevlllo to Navosnk. At a quarterly meetng at Navesnk. July th, 808, tho.name of Borden P. Bowhe flrjt appear* as an oxhorter. At the ame meetng In answer,*to the. quatton, "Are them any recommendatons for lcense to preach T" Borden P Botfha w u /c*e- ADDITIOH TO A BTOBE. was dong well wth hm. The next meetng of Pomona grange wll be held at Red Bank Saturday, December 0th. The grange has shown ts usefulness so markedly of be another large class of members of subordnate granges who -wll jon the county, grange at that tme. A new set of offcers of the county grange wll be elected at the.meetng at Red Bank. HEW S0H0OI. FOB OCEAHTPOBT. Small Vote at Specal EHoton on Aocoont of Severe Storm. By a vote of 7 to S the people of Eatontown townshp on Tuesday nght of last week decded to buld a new schoolhouse at Oceanport. The qp- Peanon Brothera Growng Forcea Them to Enlarre. An addton ffty feet longy. has- Jste that t s expected that there wm been bult to the rear of Pearson """"" "*"" "* Brothers shoe store on Broad street. The work was completed Saturday. Earlng, Johnson & Frake were the, bulders. The cost was about $3,500. Some changes have been made n the nteror of the store and hew rugs and other equpment have been added. The frms Red Bank busness, whch was started ths year, has grown beyond.ther expectatons. The store s one of a chan of busnesses-owned by Pearson Brothers n> New Jersey. The new addton to the store was put n use at once to hold the new fall stock and dsplay the new fall styles of shoes. WAS OW ILL-FATED SHIP. Herbert Scott of -Bed Bank on Battleanlp on Whloh Three /Ken oao rea. Herbert Scott, son of Thomas Scott of Westsde avenue, s mal clerk on the Unted States battleshp North Dakota. Hs parents haye receved a letter from hm tellng of a serous accdent last week on hs shp off Norfolk, Vrgna, n whch three men lost ther lves. A tank of ol caught fre near the powder magazne. - The room n whch the fre stated was flooded to prevent the fre from reachng the magaznev and the three men were drowned before they could get out. Scott was up on a mast wth one of the shps offcers who was drectng the course of the shp when the fre occurred. "Bg Boy" Out on Bal. Henry Rchards, n colored man commonly known as "Bg Boy," was arrested labt week on a charge of as- KHUIt and battery made by Lavna Davs, a.colored wpjnnn. Lavna clams that Rchards struck her and knocked her down. Justce Sckles held Rchards n $200 bal to awat tho acton of the grand jury. R, F. Wllams went hs bal. dow shades were hung n the schools by Robert T. Smth. AMESlCAJI-rTALIAH BAWQUET. Bed Bank Socety Ctlebratea labor Say at Belmar. The frst annual banquet of the Amercan-Italan league of Red Bank was held Monday afternoon of last week at the Hotel Belvdere, Belmar. A supper was served consstng of choce Italan dshes. The members of the league, both Amercans and Italans, were seated at a long table n the grove. The decoratons conssted of Amercan and Italan flags. After the supper Mark Canzona, the. presdent, made a short speech and ntroduced R«v. C. B. Papa of Red Bank, who delvered the address of the day. propraton voted on was $4,000. The Mr. Papas remarks were greeted wth small vote cast was due to a severe much applause. He spoke n the nthunder storm, whch came lp whle terest of unty, justce and brothcrthe polls were open. Only a few res- hood. dents were nterested enough to walk The Amercan-Italan league was through the heavy downpour to vote, organzed January 3th, 902, wth 63 The majorty of those who dd vote members. Raffaele Santangelo of were Oceanporters. The people of Red-Bank was ts frst presdent. Oceanport were confdent that the appropraton would go through and ths feelng combned w^h. the storm kept most of the vllagers away from the polls. The people who opposed the school say the storm was the only thng that kept them from defeatng the proposton. The school advocates say tme fact that the storm kept the nnt-schooltes awny from the electon shows that the Lord s on ther sde and that He sent the storm purposely to help them. Boy Hart In Bunaway. "A hprso owned by Raphael.Santangelo, the bottler, ran awny on West Front street last Saturday. Mr. Snntnngclos son was drvng and ho was thrown out of tho wagon and knocked unconscous. Ho was curred n Clomente Paces talorng establshment, whore ho soon revved. - Tho horso, was caught before t hod^kone. far, and no damage waa done Urmo wagon. - «. > \\ - Error n a Wae.. : ":- James Boll Ilch won second prze n tho contest for whte babeb between the ages of 24 and 85 months nt tho Monmouth county far last wook, Instoad of John Gohrolah, as won announced n lnst WOOKB REXIIBTEII. The name camo pvor tho phono, whch accounts for r The salon of O-X-0 bread at. Red Bank have been way beyond our most enthusasts hopes. Wo take thll method of thankng those who and Ml our bread. O-X-0 E, company, Monmouth strwt; Red Bank. -vtctv. maw COAL, P. E, Gordon of Bed Bunk to Have a Coal and feed Tard Hear Sbrowbury. P. E. Gordon of Borden street, who bought part of the Corbett tract, nenr the Consoldated gas house some tme ago, js enclosng the property and he wll start a coal yard there. Buldngs are to bo put up for a storehouse and a ralroad trestle wll be bult for n sdng to hs coal bns. He wll have a yard offce, but hs general busness offce wll bo at Red Bank. BlAney B. W««t«How Poston. Sdney B. West, who for tho post eloven years bas been wth Smth, Gray & Co. of New York cty, has resgned that poston and s now n salesman wth Brownng, Kng & Co. lt ther Bj-oadway nnd 32d street store n New York. Ho s spondng,a fow days n ths localty and no Bays.ho wll be much pleased to meet nl hs frlenda n- hbnow poston." COJTET ISLAWD EXCUBSIOW. Ooeano Bund Wll Bnn Excurson by Bteamor Keansbarff Next Wednesday. The Oceanc band wll run an excurson to Coney Island next Wednesday on the new steamboat Keansburg. Ths boat has a large salon, state rooms, s lghted by electrcty and s speedy and comfortable. The excurson wll start from Red Bank at twelve oclock, and wll leave Far Haven at 2:30, Oceanc at :00, and Hghlands at :30. On the return trp the boat wll leave Coney Island at 9:30 makng trolley connectons at Hghlands and Oceanc. Musc wll be furnshed on the trp by the Oceanc band. Tho tckets, ncludng admsson to Dreamland, are 75 cents for adultb and 35 cents for chldren. thuvh Xafle Into thuvh Xafle Into BonW Robert R. Mount H cohvoftlng; he; buldng orl Pearl street Into!a double houbo, The.buldng wag. prevously I as a meetng place by tho momtnffrlm Baptst church. E. A. u<l a room n tho buldng UH tl d th g ^ K agency, and tho BOCr WBB unod by a colored lodge, fcogers wll do tho work of lffc tho buldlnr nto a houso ^»,_ of good Calforna port, claret, gven away free wth fl bt h claret, gven away f e wth t ^ fal quart Cabnet wht- JBSg^VgSa FREDERICK F. GARDNER. operaton. The shack was kept locked but Mr. Gardner had broken nto t. He had shot hmself n the head whle he was n the shack. After falng to kll hmself wth the frst shot, he had nto hs head. fred a second shot Ths had not been mmedately fatal, and he had crept from the room _ and had crawled a short dstance to a clump of bushes and had there ded. The body was n a very advanced state ofdecomposton when found and t was the odor arsng from the body whch frst attracted attenton to the spot. Esther Reevey, who lves n that neghborhood, was gong along the path near the sawmll when she detected the odor. She called the attenton of Wllam Reevey and Mary Wllams to the matter, and on makng a search the body was found. It was so badly decomposed that t would not have been recognzed except for the clothng and for the gold n the teeth. In the shack was found the revolver wth whch he had shot hmself. Near by were found a watch and chan, a slver pencl and a pocket pece, whch had evdently fallen from Mr. Gardners pocket whle he was crawlng from the shack to the place where he ded. A small rule and $22 n blls were found n hs trousers P c ]< e, t > whch dsspated the theory that Mr. Gardner had been murdered and robbed. Mr. Gardner had. undergone a se- vere mental stran durng the few months prevous to hs sucde. He had been engaged n buldng a new electrc lghtpower house on the ste of the old Drummond ce pond, and the work had- progressed much slower than he antcpated. It was not desred to nstall new machnery n the present power house and then shft t to the new buldng, and so an effort was made to get along wth the present equpment untl the new power house should be ready. Durng the summer, when many summer resdences are open, there s a great demand for electrc lghts, and the demand was somewhat n excess of the power the machnery could produce. There were some complants over ths and Mr. Gardner had dffculty n keepng the affars of the company runnng smoothly. Then came frcton n the busness offce and James A. Wse, who had been Mr. Gardners prncpal offce assstant, resgned. Ths threw addtonal work on Mr. Gardner., Mr. Gardner felt that h3 health was bad and he consulted a physcan. He was told that he was sufferng from Brghts dsease n an advanced state and that hs death waa a matter of only a short tme. Ths was probably the fnal straw whch drove hm to nsqnty and su- "" cde. He remaned at the offce only "" one day after ths knowledge had been " ganed by hm. Then he left the of- -" fce, sayng that he was gong to the --. new power house. He was not seen at the power house by the workmen there and he had evdently gone drectly home. Here he had taken off hs usual offce clothng and had put on an old sut. ~Then he had apparently ether taken u trolley car for Eatontown or had walked there, and from there had traversed thewoods untl he cone to the sawmll. At the sawmll thngs had been flung about - and n the shack the same condton prevaled. Everythng looked as though an nsane man n hs frenzy had been bent on dong all the destructon possble. He had probably sat on the couch n the shack and had fred the frst shot through a handkerchef pressed aganst hs head. Ths shot falng n ts object he had shot hmself agan. Then, feelrtg that he was about to de, he had crept to the clump of bushes wth the same nstnct whch leads a wounded anmal to seek a hdng place n whch to breath ts last. The body was brought to Red Bank and was taken to Harry Fays, under- takng rooms on Front street, where^" t was subsequently vewed by Coroner Sckles. The evdence of sucde-" was so plan that no nquest rwas. deemed necessary. The body was taken to Mr. Gardners former home n New York state for bural: Mr. Gardner leaves a wfe and young son, " the boy beng less than two years old. Hs father s also lvng. "? r When Mr. Gardner frst dsappeared * > t was rumored that hs accounts-wth>- the Shore electrc company were wrong. Offcals of the company put experts on the books mmedately. after hs dsappearance and they report that there was nothng n Mr. Gardners accounts to warrant hs dsappearance and subsequent sucde. The mental stran under whch he was laborng, combned wth the knowledge that he had ah ncurable dsease whch would termnate fatally n a short tme, undoubtedly turned hs bran and caused hm to become nsane. MO- OUT OPP. Pauenger Badly Wangled Under Car Wheels at Bed Bank. Whle gettng off a car at the Red Bank staton last Thursday nght, a passenger fell off the steps of a rear car. Hs left leg was badly mangled by the car wheels, and two toes on hs rght foot were mashed almost flat. The leg was cut nearly off, and was held fast only ty a thn shred of flesh. Dr. J. E. Sayre was sent for and he cut off the leg wth a knfe used by doctors for amputaton purposes. When the doctor asked the man hs name he repled "None of your busness." Later he sad he was Harry Fjnston. He was taken to the. Long 3rdnch hosptal n Rchard Wnlterss utomoblc. OLD DEAD. Aato Trp to Wmhnrton. A party consstng of Msses Catherno and Nelle Duggan of Vanderburg and James Clarcy and Dr. E. V. Coolhan. of New York cty started lust Saturday for a trp to Wuflhngton, D. C. On the wav, they wll vst Atlantc Cty, Phladelpha, Annapols nnd Baltmore, where they wll attend tho natonal master bakors convonton. They are makng tho trp In Mr. Clvroys tourng cur. Boy Dloyollt stop Sere. Sovon boya of tho AllenhurBt bcycle club stopped at Red Bank Frday mornng for lunch, on route to Perth Amboy. They passed through Red Bunk Inter n tho day on thor return trp. Tho boys spent a full day on ther wheels. Tho party comprsed George Sauor; Charlos Wnlton, Arthur nnd Robert Korwan, John Koresoy nnd Adolph and Ronno Faruon. Hew Store Propretor. MIBS Kuthorno Coyno has opened BHABES TO BE BETIB.ED. Bnlldn; and Lonn Aaaoolatlon Bharea Mature Thl«Month. The thrteenth seres of shares of the Red Bank buldng und loan assocaton wll mature ths month. Last nghts payment of these shares was the last whch wll havo to bo pad on these shares, and tho nterest on the money pad n wllbrng tho vnlue of each share n ths scres up to $200 n a few days. Tho seres comprses 38 shares and ran eleven years and sx months. Each shareholder, pad n $38 durng the lfe of tho seres., onudrena Honla Oloaed. About B0 chldren, who hnvo been occupyng tho Wrght memoral homo nt Oceanport for the summer, returned to tho homo at Now York last Frday. Thoy wero taken to Red. Bank f reo of charge on tho RcdJJnnk and Long Branch trolley lne. They boarded tho tran at tho Red Bank ntnton. HQDlard H. Bowland of Xatontowa, Acred S3 Tears, Faaaea Away. Hubbard H. Howland, one of Eatontowns oldest resdents, ded Tuesday nght of last week. He was 82 years old and death was due,to a complcaton of dseases. He was a son of Thomas and Elzabeth Howland and was born at Lorrlards farm at Eatontown. Part of hs boyhood days wero spent at West Long Branch. He was a carpenter. Hs wfe, who was Anna M. Cook, ded a number of years ago. Mr. Howland leaves throe chldren, James and Samuel Howland of Eatontowrt and Mrs. Wllam A. Kelly of Long Branch. He also leaves two brothers, they beng Charles H. Howland of Eatontown nnd Bloomfleld Howland of Bloomfleld. t. The funeral was held last Frday-at r "Mrs. Kellys and the bural was "In G l t L Bh Greenlawn cemetery at Long Branch. A MELON PABTT. SUea Vola Hanklna of Headdena Corner Entertalne % Few Tx«n4a X.aat Week. Mss, Vola Hankng, daughter of Robert Hanklns of Headdons Corner, gave a melon party at her homo last Thursday nght to her assocates of TUB REGISTER offce. The evenng was spent n sngng and enjoyng a melon supper. Watermelons and muskmelons rased on her fathers farm wore served, besdes other dantes. In tho party were Mr. and Mrs. Wllam P. Hugg, Mr. and Mrs. T. Irvng Brown, Mss F. Vola Headley, Mss Edth Schrooder, Elsha Warwck, Charlea K. Humrlchouse, Frederc Hoyea, Raymond Smth and Harry Pennngton of Red Bank, and Mss Alda Meglll of Long Branch. man a auedla In IK Int. Mrs. John Curts of Everett ran a necdlo broke ott and part of the needle tho confectlonbry Btoro on Oakland jwedjo >n her hand last week The Btroot formorly, kopt by. Mls Jano KuBtacc, Blacksmth hd Wheelwrght need and a smalldloco o, I part of I thread remaned In her hand. *It waa extracted by Dr. A. C. Palmes of Hojmdel. O-X-0 btoftd t rtamped O-X-O*- Adv. A artadajr Warty. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Croydon of East Red Bank gave a party ]a*t Wednesday nght n celebraton of th«5th brthday of MM. Croydon> «tter,.mlm Haael Clark of Md >* $

2 We Sell Royal Socety Art Goods A New Departure. In complance wth the requests of a number of our customers for whom we have, made Skrts to order we wsh to saythat We are now n a poston to make at conservatve prces Talor-Made Suts and Rdng Habts to Order. BACK TO SCHOOL. Every Boy or Grl lkes to begn the new tern wth new clothes. Get them here; the reasons are selfevdent. J JOSEPH SALZ, Red Bank, N. J. New Fall Goods Throughout the Store OAK HILL FARM. POULTRY DEPARTMENT. BREEDER AND EXHIBITOR OF Whte and Columban Wyandottes, Whte Plymouth Rocks and Rhode Island Reds. Wnnng 76 Rbbons and 2 Slver Cups, at THree of the Leadng Shows In the State, n Strong Competton. Stock for Sale and Eggs for Hatchng. Postof fce Address, Red Bank, N. J. Telephone 269.»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» MONEY TO LOAN on Bond and Mortgage, on Frst and Second Mortgages. HARRY A. HAWKINS, Agent, COR. EAST FRONT STREET AND WHARF AVENUE, RED BANK, N. J. < ESTABLISHED 854 TELEPHONE 247-R ALEXANDER D. COOPER Real Estate and Insurance? BROAD STREET ~ RED BANK, N. J. \ Fre, Lfe, Accdent, Tornado and Plate Glass Insurance.»»»! o-x-o I BREAD! oc.! Order ths bread through your own Grocer who [ receves t fresh from the ovens.! Made under lcense granted me by James! Clarey of 438 West 48th street, New York. Qualty ] equal to the O-X-0 Bread sold at Long Branch, As-! bury Park, Atlantc Cty, Yonkers and New York j Cty. Is baked n patent gas oven n new store on ] Monmouth street, Red Bank. H. N. MENKE. l H. W. REYNOLDS, _._, (Successor to Jag. Ftzgbbon). Santary Plumber and Gas Ftter. 4 Stoves, Ranges and Furnace Repars of all knds. Hot Ar, 4 g Steam and Hot Water Heatng. A JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.- 39 East Front Street, Red Bank, N. J. LONG PITTANCE TELEPHONE. 2Z5-M-3., Jersey toast Laundry. Your Washng Done for ffty Cents. W«mlk* bualn««of dollr / mll wanhlnff >nd wll cull (or your wa»hlnr am return It nontply r«ady to Irnnr on Ule Una for Ml* conu. I ftut rlothm are thoroughly wuhad nl ««tuyour tlothe.»r* not rlxxl wld othan u aach ;»a«hln» b dona wparaalr. flbimet OOABT tulttndrt. H H $ * Entonlown. N, J. CHAKI.ES LEWIS,, WIIOI.ICHAI.C AND ItKTAU DEALEIt JN Lumber. 8mb, Doon. Blnd*. Gln«a vnd Hul dotv Hurdrrare. f TheJVlan Behnd the Prescrpton Case U only second n mportance to the man behnd the prescrpton. No use for the doctor to prescrbe f the pharmacst does not fulfll hs drectons. That means not only ablty and tranng n pharmacy but a carefulness and honesty whch realzes that the proper fllng of a prescrpton may be a case of lfe or death. SdOEDERS PHARMACY, J. L. BERGEN & CO, PROPRIETORS, 6 Broad Street, Red Bank. Telephone 46. FOR SALE. Lot of new Runabouts, Bugges, Stanhopes, Surreys, Lght Express, Cur tan Top and Panel Top Wagons. Come and make offer. Wll accept note wth good endorser on same. W. W. EMBLY & CO., 64 Man Street, Asb, ury Park, N. J. John Yeomans Contractor tt.nd Bulder OCEANIC, N. J. Before you buld your new home SICE ME: NEWS FROM HIGHLANDS. BIG CROWD ATTENDS AUTOMOBILE RACES HELD HERE SATURDAY AFTERNOON. Far Haven Man Wns Two Events Wth Hs Nnety Horse-Power Car Carnval Commttee May Gve Vaudevlle Show to Make Up Defcency Drownng Accdent at Hghland Beach Last Week Was the Frst One Snce that Bathng Resort Was Opened. Automoble Baoes Brng* Crowds. The automoble races and hll clmbng contests whch were to have been part of the Hghlands carnval, but whch were postponed untl last Saturday on account of bad roads, brought a large number of vstors to ths place. Bay avenue was lned on both Bdes wth throngs of persons eager to get a glmpse of the death-defyng automoblsts as they sped up and down the avenue at the rate of eghty mles an hour. On account of so few entres only one straghtaway contest was held. H. Betz of Far Haven n a nnety horse-power Smplex car defeated Henry Munro of Mddletown, who drove a car of the same power n the straghtaway event, coverng three-fourths of a mle n 3 seconds. Munros tme was seconds for the same dstance. These same cars contested n the hll clmb. Tme was taken from the foot of Mller street hll to the trolley crossng n front of the Catholc church. Betz won ths event n the best two trals out of three. Hs tme was seconds. Munros best tme was seconds. Betzs car was strpped n both events whle Munros car was equpped wth bonnet, guards and lamps. Clarence Havens, drvng Harry ^culthorpes car, defeated Edward vonkattenkell of Eed Bank n a hllclmbnp; contest by one-ffth of a second. Both cars were Oakands. Hoy Gve Vandevlle Show. The frst carnval at the Hghlands has been a successful one as t brough a large number.of strangers to the place who had never been here efore and t has helped the real estate men as they have receved a number of requests for nformaton concernng Hghlands real estate from persons who attended the carnval. The bad weather gave the carnval a slght setback. The defcency wll be less than $200. To meet ths fnancal setback the commttee proposes gvng a mnstrel performance, Frst Drownng at Blffblana Beacn. The drownng of Mss Anna Mcpllps at Hghland Beach last week was the frst drownng to occur at that bathng resort snce ts openng fully twenty years ago. Mr. Sandlass, propretor <ft the resort, feels the drownng accdent very deeply as he and hs assstants have boasted tme and agan of the fne record mantaned at the bathng grounds. Bathng masters are statoned on both the rver and ocean bathng grounds to prevent any accdents and they have been very successful. Sandlasss Pavlon closed. Sandlasss bamboo garden ard bathng pavlon closed for the season last week and Sunday found Hghland Beach practcally a deserted place. Less than ffty persons vsted the boardwalk durng the day. The lfe ropes for bathers hav^ been taken down and the large float used by the rver bather^has been beached. A Mrs. DIES OF OLD AGE. Sarah- Conover Morford De Her 97th Tear. In few persons go bathng daly now but they: wll not keep t up much longer as the water s much cooler than t was two weeks-ago...:_ Carnval Charman Celebrates Brthday. Robert J. Walsh, charman of the Hghlands carnval commttee, celebrated hs 27th brthday last week wth a party at hs horne, Chestnut Rdge Vlla, on the Twnlght hll. The evenng was spent n socablty and feastng. Mr. Walsh s assocated n the restaurant busness wth Mr. Ramsay of Seabrght and prevous to enterng the restaurant busness he was a successful contractor and bulder. Mr«. Sa&dla* Better. Mrs. Sandlass, mother of Wllam and Johnson Sandlass of Hghland Beach, who has been serousjy sck several weeks, s slowly mprovng. For a whle t was thought that her condton was so crtcal that she could not recover. Mrs. Sandlass has conducted a frut stand many years n her sons buldng and she has made many frends -who have been very anxoub~concernng her condton. Wll Sal for Germany Ths Week. Mr. and Mrs. Valentne Wesenberger of Mller street wll sal ths week for Germany where they wll vst relatves. They wll be away untl after the holdays. It has been over twenty years snce ether Mr. or Mrs. Wesenberger were n the old country. Ther property here wll be cared for by ther son Henry durng hs parents absence. Hotel Normauale to Close Next Week. The hotel IJormande between Hghland Beach and Seabrght wll close for the season next Monday. The propretors of the hotel have enjoyed a good season. -A number of mprovements wll be made to the buldng before reopenng for next summer. Offcer Brown Off Duty: Offcer..Charles A. Brown, who has been statoned at Hghland Beach durng tho summor, wont off duty last week. Hs place has been taken for a short tme by Stephen Kennedy. Mr. Brown s vstng hs mother at Eastport, Long Island. James Kay Better. James Kay, one of the largest property owners n the Hghlands, has been serously sck wth summer grp. For a whle he was confned to hs bed but he s up now and s rapdly recoverng. Ex-Mayor Has an Automoble. Harry A. Brown, ex-mayor of the Hghlands, has a new Frankln automoble whch arrved last week. The machne cost about $2,000 and s a very easy rdng car. Wll Baptze Infants Next Sunday. There wll be a specal servce and baptsm of nfants at the Hghlands Methodst church next Sunday mornng. Pastor Huss wll preach a specal sermon. Mrs. Sarah C. Morford, a resdent of Long Branch over ffty years, ded ;»» at the home of her daughter at New ded n the Long Branch hosptal Brtan, Conn., last Tuesday n hermonday of typhod fever, Mr. Camp- went to Long Branch on a»»» a 97th year/ Mrs. Morford was thebell vst daughter of the late Tylee Conover and Mara Schenck and was born on the Conover homestead on the^ banks of the Shrewsbury rver, opposte Red Bank. In 835 she marred John A. Morford- and-soon after moved to Long Branch. After her husbands death a few years ago she went to lve wth her daughter n Connectcut. Mrs. Morford s survved by two chldren, Elzabeth A., lvng at New Brtan, Conn., and Tylee Conover Morford of Long Branch. -The funeral was. held at the Frst Reformed church at Long Branch Thursday. Interment was mue n the West Long Branch cemetery. _ Fonnd Dead n Bed. Wllam M. Boyce of Matawan was found dead n bed last week when hs wfe went to call hm to breakfast. Death was cnused by paralyss of the heart. Mr. Boyce was employed on the Central ralroad and had expected to po to work the mornng he ded. He was 4 years.old and besdes a wdow leaves sx chldren, the oldest of whch s fourteen*^. Klled at Wlokatunk. Wllam Tracey, Jr., who had been workng on Clarence Walls farm at Wckatunk, was klled by n freght tran at Wckatunk Monday of last week. Hs body was found early Tuesday mornng by a trackwalker. Hs father, Wllam Tracey of Albany, was notfed and he took charge of the body. The dead man was 38 years old.o Old Turfman Dad. Frederck Gebhnrd, for many years a promnent fgure n racng at Monmouth Park, ded nt Garden Cty, L. I., last Thursday after a sx months sckness. Mr. Gobhard nherted?00,000 when ho wab 2 years old nnd he bought a stable of thoroughbreds. In 882 hs horse Eole won the Monmouth cup at Monmouth Park. Former Kayport Woman Dead. Mrs. Elmra Bogardus, wdow of tho late Dr. Stephen Bogardus of Keyport, ded nt the homo of her son, Dr. Ephnm Bognrdua, at Phllpsburg Monday of lust wcok of pneumona. Other survvng chldren aro Dr. O. C. IlogarduB and Clara, Elmlra and LOUIBO Bogardus of Koyport. Mra. Bogardua was.87 years old. Vctm of Apoplaxy. MrR. Rebecca Lloyd, wdow of tho Into C. Ptmnn Wont of Long Brunch, ded of npoploxy last Frday week. ho WHO worldnp; n tho garden when flrnt attfukd and (rank nto a ntate of unromcoufnohd from whch nho never mlled. Ma. Lloyd was born nt Fnlr Haven 72 yenrn ago. Hho Uuvct one son, Lous, of Asbury Park. Ponnd Wlfa Dt«a. Wh.lo Gcorgo VnnDylo of Wont hong llnmcl was n J.on«Brnnch lost Buturduy nght wvok. hs wlfn WAS strlckc/ wth heart fulluro whlu nt work In tho ktchen and dlod. Mr. VnnDyko found h* wlfon body on ths floor -when ho c«ma homo. Th«docta^sd was 48 years old. DIES OF TrPHOID FEVER. I Wllam B. Campbell Des Whle on a Vst to Lonff Branch. Wllam R. Campbell, son of the late Wllam D. Campbell of Long Branch, three weeks ago and was taken sck whle there. He was an archtect and had held a poston wth the government at Washngton. He gave that up to resume hs studes at the Unversty of Pennsylvana. He was 23 years old and was a member of the Long Branch Epscopal church. The funeral was held at Chrst church, Shrewsbury, last Wednesday. Interment was made at Shrewsbury. Death Clams Aged Woman. Mrs. Margaret D. Henderson of Freehold ded of dysentery last Saturday week. Mrs. Henderson was born near Imlaystown 93 years ago. Her grandparents lved n the old stone house neas; Freehold whch was occuped by Brtsh offcers the nght before the battle of Monmouth. Mrs. Henderson was twce marred and leaves two chldren, James T. Burts of Freehold and Mrs. Elzabeth Costllo of Trenton. Poneer of Asbury Park Dead. Mrs. Cornela B. Holmes, wdow of Mlton Holmes, one of Asbury Parks frst justces of the peace, ded last Tuesday at the Baptst home for the aged at Newark. Mrs. Holmes went to Asbury Park wth her husband when that town was n ts nfancy. She was 92 years old and had been an nmate of the Baptst home eght years. She s survved by one daughter Cancer Can»«math. Mrs. Sarah Garrabrant, formerly of Ocean Grove, ded at the home of her adopted daughter, Mrs. Thomas P. Day of Nutley, Monday of last week of cancer; Sho was 74 years old and had been blnd ten years. Mrs. Garrabrant was a resdent of Occnn Grove many years and jonod the Methodst church there. She was also a member of the Asbury Park Iebckah lodge. Faneral Dlreoton In Sesson. The nnth annual conventon of tho New Jcrsoy funeral droctorb assocaton was held at Asbury Park last week. Tho annual banquet of tho ussocaton was held at Ilemmro Bay Wednesday. Portuno F. Harrs of Asbury Pork nnd Harold W. Abbott of Beverly presented applcatons for membershp. So fnr as ths part of Monmouth county s concerned, about ovcryono who roads at all roads TUB REGISTER, Adv. Cottages For Sale AT LITTLEJILVER. Two cottages, opposte tho dopot Apply on tho promf os. HARRY WATERS, Branch Avenue, corner of Conover place. fboyntonte Fresh-Ar Heaters have a deserved reputaton. Thousands are n use all over the Unted States. Are -the best heatng apparatus possble to make. They heat where others fal gve best satsfacton. Send for descrptve crculars. SOLD BY ALL FIRST CLASS DEALERS. 7 At Soda Fountans or Elsewhere Just Say" HO RUCKS It means the Orgnal and Genune ALT ED MILK " The Food-Drnk for all Ages. Rch m3k, malted gran, n powder form. More healthful than tea or coffee. For nfants,nvalds and growng chldren. Agrees wth tne-weafcest dgeston. Purenubton.upbufldngthewholebody. Keep t on your sdeboard at home. Invgorate^ nmsmg mothers am] the aged. A qud lunch prepared n a maue. Take no substtute. Ask for HORLICKS. Modern Plumbng. If you want to have your house brng more rent put n modern plumbng. The cost wll come back to you n short order, and prove the best knd of a permanent nvestment. Get my estmate. At our prce t wont cost you much to have good fxtures nstalled n your house.by sklled workmen. Arthur G. Sckles, Successor to SABATH & WHITE, 6 W. Front St., Red Bank, N. J. > «>»»»» WE WANT YOUR LIQUOR TRADE! We handle a superor lneof BEERS, WINES and UQUORS ; and cater to the best famly trade. Gve us a tral ard be convnced. Alfull quart bottle of our CABINET WHISKEY for $.00, and a bottle of very fne Calforna Wne free every Saturday to each purchaser of a bottle of ths famous whskey. J. I. MONSKY. 0 East Front Street, Red Bank, N. J. A PROBLEM SOLVED =========== DRIJVIC ====== FW.B. INDIAN CLUB RYE CAN BE HAD AT EVERV» FIRST-CLASS BAH WM. MAYER & CO. NBWAKK fold In Ilottlon lleuvy Weght Wre Fencng. CHAS. G. CONOVER, Nwman Sprng* Avanua. RID B*N«, Mr I UuUrm. _ t

3 HOUSEWIVES Do you want to know about a wonderful new tme, health and money-savng ktchen convenence? Then you should see the complete lne of V892" Pure Spun Alumnum Cookng Utensls now on exhbton at your dealers. Ths ware s guaranteed by.the makers for 25 years. It s absolutely pure, wholesome and thoroughly hygenc, wll not crack, ^?ale, peel, break, rust, tarnsh, scorch or burn. It s lght weght, easy to handle and easy to clean; makes ktchen work a delght nstead of drudgery; saves your money, tme, fuel; protects your health aganst metal posonng and serous troubles resultng from chppng of small partcles nto the food, whch s one of the dangers from the use of the old style enameled wares. You buy patent carpet sweepers, egg-beaters, dshwashers, clothes-wrngers and many other tme and labor savng convenences, but there s nothng that wll prove a greater practcal household blessng than the "892" -FureTSpun Alumnum Ware. Lose no tme n seeng for yourself what t wll do. Your money back f ths ware fals to do what s clamed font. WELLERS, RED BANK, N. J. Back to Busness The return from the summer vacaton wll brng the usual demand for legtmate and proftable nvestments. " ;, Fdelty Trust Company NEWARK, N. J. recommends the present as a most advantageous tme (or the purchase of the securtes of the Publc Servce Corporaton of New Jersey At present prces the securtes are especally attractve, provdng as they do, unusually large dvdend returns wth the prospect of early ncrease n values. Note the steadness of these securtes durng the current year. Wrte Bond Department or telephone 932 Market, for weekly bulletn. Allens Hardware Store, 02 WEST FRONT STREET, Cor. Maple Avenue, Heavy Hardware. Round Iron, Square Iron, Iron Tre, Steel Tre, Band Iron, Scroll Iron, Hoop Iron, Horse Shoes, Horse Shoe! Nals, Rasps, Fles, Tre Bolts, Carrage Bolts, Axles, Bolt Ends,.Turn Buckles. Machne Bolts, Lag Screws, Hubs, Spokes, Rms, Curtan Materal, Enamel Duck Drll, Etc. Atlantc Whte Lead, Lnseed Ol and Turpentne. 02 West Front Street, Cor. Maple Avenue. RED BANK. N. J. Telephone 8, Rod Bank. Prescrptons! We fll prescrptons wth PURE, FRESH, POTENT DfcUGS by Regstered Pharmacsts only.... The Knckerbocker Pharmacy, R. H. VANDERVEER, I Broad and Monmouth Streets, Red Bank, N. J I, PHONE 2S. REAL ESTATE EN ALL TIB ntanches. RENTING OF SUMMKH COTTAGES A SPECIALTY Farrru f6r Salo Everywhere. FIJRB mvnanctt J.ND LOANS. W. A. HOPPING, 4t MOM) STttMnr, IMIHIMII NEWS FROM KEANSBURG. WILL HOLD ELECTION TO SETTLE NEW SCHOOL QUESTION AT KEANSBURG. \ Charles Carr Bulkheads Eastern Sde of Waycake Creek and Deepens the Channel Keansburg Property Owners Want a Fre Company Farmers Shppng Lots of Produce from Keansburg Staton Steamer Keansburg Pcks Up Sx Men n the Narrows Wthn a few weeks the resdents pressman at ths place, fell from hs of Rartan townshp wll be gven the wagon Saturday mornng but escaped prvlege of votng for or aganst a njury; The wagon was heavly loaded new. school for Keansburg. The pro-anposed school wll be a brck structure of the staton the wagon toppled over n drvng down the hll n front and wll be of modern desgn. The and Mr. Hay wa3. thrown to the present school s unsantary and en-groundtrely too small for the needs.of the Keansburg dstrct. It s sad that three chldren are occupyng the same seat n one of the o school rooms on j account of the lmted quarters. A new school s one of the most mnorjtant needs of Keansburg. Keausburg- Harbor. I The eastern sde of Waycake creek has been bulkheaded by Charles Carr and the creek has been deepened by a ; mud dgger so t s now a frst class j harbor for small craft. A large num- I ber of campers who come from New- ark and vcnty wll moor ther motor and sal boats n the creek ths wnter and the owners wll club together and hre a watchman for the fleet. The watchman wll be allowed to use one jf the boats for hs quarters durng j the wnter.! Proposed PIre Company. I The vllage of Keansburg covers a! large terrtory and at present none.- j of the houses have any fre protecton! whatever. There s some talk of callng a mass meetng and of organzng fre company whch wll be centrally loused for the protecton of the vl- nght at the New Pont Comfort dance pavlon. The dance hall was deco- to represent the nteror of a age. Wllam Macdonald, who hasrated >een promnent n the work of ex-barntngushng fres at Keansburg, s and the dancers enjoyed themselves The dartce was well attended mentoned as the frst fre chef. Mr. untl mdnght. Macdonald has several large fre exngushers n hs garage whch he Thurlow Bently and famly wll Move Back to. Eden. akes to fres n hs automoble.. move back to Staten Island ths week. blpplng Xota of Proauoft. Mr. Bently, -who has : been workng Durng the past week produce shpments were qute heavy. The prnc- grocery, thnks Keansburg s all rght, durng tho summer n Charles Carr.s pal shpments consst of melons, sweet but he favors Staten Island durng the :orn, tomatoes and egg plants. The ] wnter tme. argest shppers who patronze the Keanaburg staton are Patrck Ahearn, Patrck Kelly, Isaah H. Thorne, Rchard Carr, Wllam Robnson, George Leonard, Wllam Wlls and Thomas Ahearn. leamburg- Boat Bsves Sx Man. Sx men n the launch Three Brothsrs were pcked up Frday mornng n ;he Narrows by the steamboat Keansburg. The men lved n Newark and were on ther way home from a trp to the Hghlands. The engne mssed fre and later became stalled and the launch was at the mercy of the waves. Two of the men n the -launch were brothers of Mrs. J. Wecker of the Hghlands. Gettng Out the Domnoes. Whert the summer season s over and the work on the farms has been wound up for the season the men folks of Keansburg and vcnty congregate at the vllage stores and play domnoes. For the past two wnters Charles Carrs shore grocery has been the domno headquarters. Ths year a tournament wll be started for the champonshp of the vllage and for a ths wnter. *" slver cup. Each player wll be requred to pay a small entrance fee caused the electrc current at Keans- An accdent at the,, powerhouse and he wll have to -play a requred burg to be cut off several hours last number of games n order to qualfy Tuesday nght and those who use for the prze. electrc lghts h ther houses had to Wag-on Damaged by SqualL go back to the use of ol lamps untl Durng the heavy squall last week the current was turned on agan. arrett a. Wrghts wagon was dam- Mr. and Mrs. George Martn Huss aged and Mrs. Wrght was badly frghtened. Mrs. Wrght was on her way to the depot wth the rg to meet Mr. Wrght when the squall passed over Keansburg. The wagon curtans were badly torn and a coat and hat n the wagon were blown out. The coat was found later but the hat was lost. Ada Bungalow Bold. James McGlashan, the plumber, has bought Mrs. Boulvants Ada Bungalow on the Keansburg Beach annex. Samuel Randolph, who has been occupyng the bungalow, has moved to the louse vacated last week by Wllam Beggn and famly. Mr. Beggn s a New York fre nspector and he expects to be apponted deputy fre chef f Staten Island ths fall. To Move Hunters Boost. Paul C. Hunter, propretor of the Keansburg Heghts property, wll move ha large bungalow, Hunters Roost, from Granvle Park to the Heghts property adjonng the New Pont Comfort tract. Mr. Hunter wll spend the wnter at New York and wll vst Keansburg about once a week n the nterest of hs real estate usness. Closng of BheeUana Camp. treatment of horses among the As- Park hacktnen. Last week she Jerry Sheehans camp, whch s lo-bury :atcd on the shore near Morrss pavlon, wll close for the summer n fctles, Russell Brown, E. E. Scott, ave medals to.w. F, Stoles, George about two weeks. Sheehans camp s Joseph Barkalow, Everard Estell, ne of the most attractve places along Samuel Mooney, Charles Emmons, Lhe Keansburg shore and s the largest camp Norman Clayton and W. Horton, who along Rartan bay. Mr. Sheehan wll spend the wnter at New York. It pays to advertse n THE REGISTER. Stanng BaDcleaa Wort. The work on the large bulkhead n ront of the New Pont Comfort beach property s beng rushed BO USCURED TO STAY CURED. to have the work completed before the all storms set n. The bulkhead wll be flled n durng the wnter. The How Red Bank Ctzens Can Fnd work s beng done by Matthews Complete Freedom From Kldnojr Brothers of Ucd Bank. Troubles. Unon JTews Stand Bobbed. Tho Unon news stand nt the entrance of the New Pont Comfort per From urnary dsorders If you suffer from fockache was broken nto last Frday nght and lot of cgars, candy nnd Houvenrn From any dsease of the kdneys, were Btolcn. Several attempts have Bo cured to stay cured. been made durng tho summer to rob the stand but ths wns thofrstduccossful venture. curcb. Donns Kdney Plls mako lnatng Wow Sonss Completed. Grateful people testfy. Captan Thomas Collns now house on Maple avenuo, opposte Stephen Heros ono case of t: SeoloyB place, s completed and a oc cuplcd by Harold Cowloy and famly. J. V. B. Smth, 3 Lcffernon St., Froo The IIOUBO a very attractve and shold, N, J., nays: "Ilnf ncronn tn ono of the largest n that vcnty. Tho work was done bycompton & Vancleaf. Wll Spend Wnter at Boaton. James Tracy nnd famly, who have summered bore sovernl Boaaona, wll upend tho wnter nt Boaton where Mr. Tracys non hns a lno poston. Tho famly generally upond tho wnter n Now York. Oranea Store to Be Closed. W. H. Cruno ton decded to clone hs ntoro for tho wnter on or about Octobor st. Mr. Crano oponod tho storo ths sprng Md ho has had good season.., p M Tala l*om Wsfon. Paul H»y, tho Unltod Stated ox- /. Pleasure Launch Destroyea. Samuel Randolphs pleasure launch was destroyed by fre last Tuesday nght. The launch was all rght before the thunder storm and after the storm passed over the launch was dscovered to be on fre. It s thought the boat was st-uck by lghtnng. Hotel Struck by Lghtnng-. Durng the heavy storm Tuesday rtght of last week the new hotel at New Pont Comfort was struck by lghtnng. A few shngles were rpped off and several wndows were shattered. The damage" was repared the followng day by W.X.. Hart.. Wll Study Fharmao? Ths Wnter. Robert R. Gerstner, who has-,been employed n Dopplera drug store durng the summer-, qut last week and he s.now vstng frends at New York. Mr. Gerstner wll enter Columba Unversty ths fall and wll take up th<) ftudy of pharmacy. Barn Dance Saturday XTffbt. A barn.dance was held, Saturday Sola of Homemade Artloles. The women of Keansburg Beach held a sale of homemade artcles on the beach near thenold Pont Comfort lghthouse Labor day and realzed a neat sum whch wll be spent towards mprovng the publc park at Keansburg Beach. Another Home for Carr Arenue. Herman Lehr has awarded C. L. Olsen the contract to buld a concrete house for hm on Carr avenue. The work wll be started n a few days and the house s to be enclosed before cold weather sets n. Vstng In Hew York State. Mss Dora Thorne of North Centervlle left last week for a two-weeks vst wth relatves at Arden, New York. Bref Items of ETeta. Jacob Skllman and famly wll not return to New York ths wnter as has been ther custom several years Mr. Skllman, who s presdent of the Keansburg Beach assocaton, wll reman at Keansburg to look after the nterests of the property holders ther of Keansburg Beach have returned to ther New York home. Mr. Huss s a New York archtect and s promnent n the fght of the Keansburg resdents aganst the fsh factores along.the Bay shore. Mortmer Jerolomen of Newark, who has been spendng thesummer wth Mr. and Mrs. George Vncent at the Vncent house, returned home last week. Floyd Broander and John Campbell, who have been workng at Carrs stores, have qut ther jobs and have returned to school. Thomas Graham of New York has been vstng Mr. and Mrs. Garrett S. Wrght at the Vvan bungalow. Garrett S. Wrght celebrated hs brthday Frday week by havng about thrty frends at hs bungalow. Mrs. Frank Newman and son Wllam were New York vstors last Medals Olven to Haokmen. Mrs. George W. Tacker of New York, a summer resdent of Asbury Park, has devoted a great deal of her tme ths summer n promotng knd had used ther anmals humanely: small of my bach cau»cc\ mo grout an noyanco and mado no fool langud an wcu; most of the tlno, My kldnoy; wore also dlflordorod nml tho aocrotlon: from thesg organn locvmo Irregular pbbbago, I tred many romodlos, bu was not roltavcd untl procured Doan JrtPOBTEKS- N NEWARKS STORE BEAUTIFUL! BROAD. NEW-.HO HALJEY STREE RETAILERS SECOND AND LAST WEEK Annversary Celebraton Greatest. Most Interestng, Most Pcturesque Trade Event of the Year! Tloyromlntea tho pas 5 T.l.phon. m-w. RED BANK, W. 3, S Kllnoy Flls. sagas of tlo kldn«y nocrouon* and dsposed ot tho pan In my lack. I am tappy to utato that my troubu ha no returned." < For sale by nl dealers. Prce 5 cants. FoBtor-Mllburn. Co., Buffalo New York, solo agenta for the Unted Remember the name Poan *x\ take no other. MUSIC EVERY DAY! CONTINUES TO SATURDAY NIGHT Store Open Saturday Untl 0 P. M. SOUVENIRS EVERY DAY! Bargans Every Hour! The Whole State Is Invted! NEXT WEEK! Fall Openng Dsplays Mllnery and Costumes Hahne & Co., Broad. New and Halsey Streets, Newark. )»MMMMMIMIMM MMMa)MM«IMIMHHI H.G. FELLOWS SUCCESSOR TO WIEISS.ANNOUNCES AN. Openng of Fall Mllnery THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND* SATURDAY; September 5 th, 6th, 7th An nvtaton s extended to ypu, promsng an artstc treat of uncommon mert.. H. G. FELLOWS 37 BROAD STREET RED BANK, N. J. EVERYTHING OF THE BETTER QUALITY week. Samuel Tanner has fnshed pantng Wllam Randolphs house.» "Ill Take the Chances, sad a man who was beng canvassed for an applcaton. It was not he but hs famly who had to take the chances of hs gong before enough money was saved for ther future support, and when he was taken away, every one, from the mother down, was forced to lend a hand n order to make ends meet Dont take chances wth your lfe nsurance. Apply now for a polcy n The Prudental >»» ) ) )»» )»»»«) j Monraoulh ContraclmgCompaey S S Oonaral Contractng, Qradlng K j and Cartng. j j B Got our prlcos for concrete nmwalkb and curbng. They J are cheaper and better than J stone, R at. #MCK, PrMM«fltv LAUNDRY TALKS. In theso days of correct and careful dressng, a good laundry la a necessty. Wo do I In* work, glv* quck Mrvlo* and u»» OUT cotomew the best we know how. Are you ono of oar customers T If not, send for aa and become ono. We do both personal and household lnen. Red Bank <Stoam.Laundry, I

4 fe,- THE RED BANK REGISTER JOHN H. COOK. Edtor «d Poblbhw. GEORGE C HANCE. Aufatut Edtor. BmaeM Manager t THOMAS IRVING BROWN. Votered mt the postofflce at Bed Bank, K. },. *m second-class matter. SUBSCRIPT/OK PRICE: O»«ye»r... HBO Mx.months. 76 Three months.40 WEDNESDAY, SfcFT. 4, 90. TOWS TAXX. THE HEGISTEB has receved a letter from James A. Bradley, n whch ho congratulates the people of Red Bank and vcnty on the recent far. He states that. fars lke the one at Red Bank afford much entertanment, ncte emulaton among farmers, and others, and that the outcome from every standpont s good.., «. Mr. Bradley s much nterested n THE REGISTERS advocacy of the town ownng a porton of the rver front. He Boys that stuated as Monmouth county s, and beng as t s, the great summer resort for the large ctes so near to us, he was led many years-ago to say n hs advertsements, "All ocean fronts n Monmouth county should belong to the muncpaltes borderng thereon." He concludes hs letter wth the statement that "More recent developments n Monmouth county lead me to say that wthn a certan dstance of thfc ocean, all the rver fronts should also belong to the muncpalty." * THE REGISTER, lke Mr. Bradley, beleves that rver and ocean fronts should belong to whole people. THE REGISTER has persstently advocated the ownershp of the Shrewsbury rver front by Red Bank. The people of Red Bank, however, dont care a rap about the Shrewsbury rver. They kck occasonally because all the property on the rver s owned by prvate ndvduals, but whenever a movement s started to obtan a porton of the rver front for publc use they reman Bupremely ndfferent. What few publc hghways to the rver exst are al- lowed to be grabbed by prvate ndvduals and closed up wthout remonstrance by the people generully or by the town offcals. The. Shrewsbury, rver s one of the most beautful streams n the Unted States. The splendors of the pcturesque Hudson do not surpass tho beautes of the Shrewsbury. To Red Bank people, however, the rver s a very commonplace thng. It mny seem foolsh to advocate the publc ownershp of the rver front when the people of the place are absolutely ndfferent. THE REGISTER, however, s optmstc. It beleves that Red Bank people wll some duy wake up to the advantages,of ownng the rver front and that THE REGISTERS advocacy of a publc water front wll not have been n van. Tho past few months have been un-. usually busy ones for contractors and carpenters at Red Bank. New stores are beng bult n tho busness ds»- trlct of the town and many new houses and bungalows ore gong up. In a number of ensea old dwellngs, whch havo served as landmarks a great many years, have been torn down to make room for modern buldngs. Among the old houses whch have gone to jon the graveyard of old dwellngs s the old Earlo house, formerly on Monmouth Etreet. houho was bult n the early days of Red Bank.- It was bought last wnter by Trevonnn Jleycr, who moved t to the rear of the property and converted t nto a barn. Where the old house stood s beng erected an up-lo-dnte busness buldng. t «Monmouth street was not n exstence when ths house was bult,- and the only entrance to *the house was by n lane from froad street. The house was about nnety years old. It was commonly known us the Knrle house because t was for many years owned und occuped by the late Lawrence Earle. The tmbers n the house were of hewn oak, and when tho buldng was made nto a burn t wns found that the tmbers were.us strong md na sound us when nals were frst drven n them. When the carpenters started to tear down the IICHIKU they found Roman numerals on the josts and beams. The fgures corresponded to numerals on other josts and beams, beng a gude as to where these tmbers should be naled. The locks on the doors were massve and heavy and Were of the old latch strng varety, ^lr. Heyers new buldng wll add to the attractveness of Red Bnnk and wll be a credt to the place. Stll n one sense t can not compensate for the removal of the old Earle house. The ancent dwellng was a landmark and seemed lke a representatve of the old days when ths localty was n ts nfancy. In the eyes of those who chershed ths old landmark the modern buldng can never replace the old. However, progress B ever the foe of the pcturesque, and the removal of old landmarks s one of tho features whch necessarly attends the growth of any town. : For tho frst troo n thrty years tre, Democrats carred the state of Mamo at the electon Monday. They carred the state thrty years ago, but that tmo t was on a fuson tcket. Mondays electon was a clean cut Democratc vctory, tho governor beng elected by!),000 majorty. Pretty much the whole state went Democratc, Republcans wnnng only here and there. * Mane has nlwuyb been regarded nn tho surest Republcan state n the country. But tho whole country s rfe for a change and the votors of Mane wcro actuated by tho same sentment whch s so prevalent throughout thp land. Everywhere there s dssatsfacton wth present condtons. Everywhere s felt the sentment that tho country n these latter years s run for specal nterests and prvleged classes. The "equal opportunty for all," "on whch prncple the country Is supposed to be conducted, has gven way, n the mnds of tho people, for the prncple that «omo eh all havo greater ndvnntngoo than Others. * * The now tarff law, whch wont Into effect several months npfo, and whch h««boon declared by Presdent Tuft»nd other bg men In the Republcan rtjr to b«the Very bwt tarff law futottd, rafmuth* Met of lvng? w m»t Republcan party *-- m "\ tpro years ago on the straght promse that It would revse the tarff. Everybody took that to mean that the tarff would be re r duced and the cost of lvng made less. No sooner had the Republcan party got n power, however, than the Republcan natonal leaders began to declare that the tarff could be revsed upward as well as downward and that the revson of the tarff - should be made upward, whch was done. In the prmary electons n the West the Republcan regulars, who stood for a contnuance of-present condtons, were overwhelmngly defeated. The Republcan Progressves, who beleve that the country should be ruled for the beneft of the whole people nstead of for the advantage of a few, were successful almost everywhere that they made a contest. In Calforna,, where the stand-pat Republcans seemed certan of wnnng, they were beaten by a tremendous majorty. The Progressves, who beleve n a lower tarffand the conservaton of the natonal resources for the beneft of the whole people, swept everythng. Up n Mane the Republcans made ther campagn on the prncple that thngs must Btay as they are. They were stand-pat Republcans absolutely. They publshed there, as has been publshed almost everywhere, the statement that the tarff was the best ever, because the country had rased a vast number of mllons of dollars more under the present tarff than under the old tarff, and that a law whch brought so much money nto the natonal treasury must be a mghty good law. * m m. The people, however, looked on the reverse sde of the sheld. They knew that f so many mllons of dollars had been brought to the treasury by the new tarff, that money must have come out of the people. Any naton, any communty, can get money n tho treasury f t taxes the people hgh enough. The great ncrease of money n the treasury dd not mean that congress was practcng economy. It meant that the taxes on the people were hgher thun ever. These hgh taxes, beng placed on mports, enabled the manufacturer n the Unted States to put up hs prces another notch, and so ncreased the prce of lvng stll more. Everythng whch enters nto the ordnary consumpton of lfe has ncreased n prce and the ncrease has fallen hardest on those who are least able to bear t. Laborers and mechancs, who are dependent on ther weekly wages for ther lvng expenses, were ht hardest of all. The man who has nn ncome of several thousand dollars or upwards can look wthout dsmay on «n udvuncc of a few cents a pound n the prce of meat or at an advance n prce of some other household necessty. But the mechanc and laborer, who are not always sure of a full weeks work, and who usually have a consderable famly to support, fnd the ncreused cost-of. lvng a great burden. Ther lttle famly leasures have been curtaled. Sun-,ay famly outngs have been abandoned. Comforts \vlch were heretore enjoyed must be cut out. In many cases,. especally among the laborng men, the dnner table has had to come down to the barest necesstes of lfe. # * Realzng these thngs t s not surprsng that there should be a revolt aganst the poltcans who are held responsble for ths condton. It would be far more surprsng f there were no such revolt. Extravagance Ths,, and graft n publc affars, from natonal affars down to the affars of small muncpaltes, have become common. Governments, natonal, state and local, seem to be run move than ever before for the beneft of poltcans and less than ever before for the beneft of the common people. The result n Mane, n whch the Republcans were routed by the Democrats, should be a gude to Republcans elsewhere. Party tes are lnht. The people are thnkng more than over before. They cannot be fooled all the tme. The Republcan machne n New Jersey s of the same strpe as that n Mane whch was overwhelmed on Monday. New Jersey Republcans who arc n power beleve absolutely n the rle of the trusts. They voted for t when the tarff law Iane up. They fght every Republcan who beleves n the prncple of equal opportunty for all. They oppose these Republcans at the >rmares, und f Progressve Republcans wn at the prmares the machne does ts best to beat them at the polls. The Republcans of New Jersey, at ther comng state and congressonal conventons, should nomnate men who wll bo recognzed as hearty belevers n the rghts of the people as aganst the desres of poltcans. It wll not do to nomnate men out of sympathy wth modern condtons «nd then trust to the money of the trusts to pull them through. It wll not do to make a platform promsng relef to the oeople and then, as soon as electon s over, to say that the platform does not mean anythng and that no party should be expected to lve up to KF olatform promses. The men nomnated, f the Republcan party s to receve tho votes of thnkng Republcans, must be acknowledged adherents of tho Progressve polcy of the naton. What hup. hnpponed n tfqwcpt, and what hnppcned ths week n Mane, may well happen to tho Republcans of New Jersey f they fal to read these sgns of the tmes whch hnye bcon set forth so planly n recent prmary nnd state electons. (Town Talk contnued on page 2.) OP AUTOS. A.lmry Park and Wow York Chldren Awarded Grand Frln*. J. Clayton Stckeler, the two-yenrold son of Herman Stckeler of A«- lury Park, wns awarded the Buck automoble offered by thobordcn condensed mlk company for the most popular entry n tho Anbury Park baby parade, whch was held Monday of last week. The contest wan decded by votng and tho Stckeler baby led y ovor,000 votes. Tho Regal nu^flmoblo, offered by tho Asbury Park Journal for tho baby parade entry who was tho most popular choce In n Hulecrpton votng contest conducted by that paper, was awarded to Hattlc. th e twenty-monthn-old daughter of Mnyern of-new York. TOWNSHIP BOARD OP BEAITB Th»r«(rul*rm«tlnr«of tha Rhr»w«bunr Townhfp tlntrd of llf.lth wll b«htm on th«ant anl thrd Thur«l«n of <-»ch month, «4«) r H.. «t httowr (lull on Monmouth utrott, R«t [lank. Ptraor h«vln«<wm>l«lnu In ttkt # Dfmnl thm) to th«mcr*t*ry In wrtng, _. A/WAM T DtyNNBTT. PU RATMQNO Do/ounr, B«c*»Urr. You May Begn Your Educaton -. At Any Tme Our Bystem of nstructon s such that a student may begn any day and havo exactly tho same course as thoao who begn earler or later. Thla Is of specal mportance to those lvng In tho country. Wo ft you for busmen by gvng you the actual practce of busncbs. What busness houses expect of you, you learn here. TRAINERS BUSINESS COLLEGE Perth Amboy, N.J. HUH* A >PIERGE* Boler pays for tself by savng fuel and repars. Economy n heatng s not always realzed n burnng cheap coal unless you have the Tcnd of a heater that wll burn less than any other.,. t - s "PIERCE? Steam or Hot Water Bolers, have stood the test of over 30 years. They burn any knd of fuel and get the most out of t. They last as long as your buldng stands. Nf ret lrk?wmk TODAY TO* "COHHON SENSE HEATING" \n\ booklet (hat de»crbej the best method o.. beaunj for «nj UnJ^of bnldorf... PIERCE, BUTLER & PIERCE MFQ. CO. SYRACUSE, H. Y. flmiumuwma*jt>vwwwuwuuwuuww Jlr WMTHHlrWTfYYyvBMlTTryTVTrnJ*H»STWW<lMl^W0nTy^^rTr^ A VALUABLE BOpK FREE. The coupon prnted below for your convenence s self ex planatory. Use t today. "\. ; + t MESSRS.SEAMAN & SEAMAN, I Postofnce Buldng,.» ** «Asbury Park, N. J.» GENTLEMEN :. " I I have, 0 expect Boon to have, a sum of money whch I de- * t Bre nvested as proftably as s consstent wth absolute safety. I J "J shall therefore apprecate your malng me free of charge, a copy I, of your book, J "MONEY AND ITS INVESTMENT," whch you represent, contans valuable advce to both large and small nvestors as to the safest form ol nvestment securtes. SCHROEDERS HAIR TONIC. Schroeders Har Tonc klls dandruff, keeps"~the har from fallng out and makes the scaljp healthy.. Thats enough for t to do. At Schroeders Pharmacy. FURNITURE, CARPETS, STOVES. Contents of Hotels and Dwellngs Bought for Cash. Schwartzs Furnture Stores 08-0 Front Street, Corner Maple Avenue. Telephone 200-L. RED BANK. Adjourned Spooled MaUrl Sola. Ntfep In hereby Rven tlmt tlo unlo of tho property Hltunto In tlo towmhlp of MlllUtmvn, county of Monmouth, Htato of Now Joruty, contanng nbout two hundred nnd olklty-bcvon (2S7) norefl, formerly tho property of Joseph Flold, Sr. ( knownnb "Tho Kleld Klrm. ordered by tho Chancellor of New Jersey to ho sold by mo, Charlos J. Pdrker, specal master In chancery, (In tho matter of tle uppllentlon 6t Annotto 0. Feld for tho Halo of lundb lmted over) H nljourned In KHDAY, THN HIXTI3ENTII DAY OF SKlTlOMIllOll, 90, nt two oclock In the afternoon, at tho Globe hotel In tho toroukh of Hod Hank, Monmouth county, Nt*w Jerwoy, OfterB of purchase of Bald promsed at prvate nnlo mado boforo Bald data wll 60 conoldorer. CHAIUES J. IAUKlCIl, v. Hppclal MaBtor, MatuuKuun, N. J. McDKItMOTT & KNnOIIT, Solctor. 70 Montgomery stroat. Jersey Cty, N. J. Kotoe of Sftttlenant of Aooonnt. Kntnto of Mary nowland, deceased. Nutlco In lerehy KWOH that thn no- Iouhtfl. of tho mbbcrbflr, lulnlntbtrator nf tho entate of nald doomncd, wll be mdllel and atnted by tho Hurrotfato and reported for nottlement to tha Orphans r*otrt of tho county of Nfnnmotth, on TIIUUHDAY, THK HIXTJI DAY O>* OO- ronon. A.»., 00. MIOHAISI, IIOWIMND. Dated AKunt 20, 00, Kotloe of Btttltment of Acooant. Kntalo of Amto I*. llo«rt, lunatlo, tfocentd,,,notlcn Ix lorrhy Blven Hnt tho nc- ( 0( of thn BbHcrlhnr, Into Kunrdlnn of the Illntn of mld Innntlc. wll bo audted nn<l atfttrd by tho nurrog/tn and reported for «cttlenent to the Orphan* Ourt of tho county of Moroulh, un TMlnHDAV, TUTS TJHHTHBNTH DA.V OF OOTOUKU, A, II., 00. VYII MAM S. GIIIIJ), Dated September, l»l0. Fall Goods! beng o p e n e d \ f and placed on f I dsplay every? day now. If you \ f want to see what \ Dame Fashon I I has created n % f f Styledom f or I fall 90, pay I : : % J ths store a vst.! Dont wat tllf I you are ready to $ $ I buy. Come to- I day. * ADLEM & CO. DRY GOODS, 32 Broad Street, Red Bank, N.. FALL TERM -!: of Coloman begns Boptcmbor. Dcltnf HO our new catalogue md other Inter nntlrk lterature. Ttoy wll help W decde the lvllool <luc»tlon, Sand for C O t, EM A N, NATqNAL BUSINESS; COLLEGE. ;,, (Ou Blort wwt tt PmuOf). Fall and Wnter Shoes -AT- PEARSONS..... f We announce the arrval of pur beautful and-extensve lne of Fall and Wnter Shoes for Men, Women and Chldren. ^ We* nvte everyone that enjoys wearng Shoes of Qualty Shoes that are excellent- Shoes of Character, to come to see v the latest creatons n Fall Shoes." WeshOw Superor Shoes at pleasng - prces. PEARSON BROS., 5 Broad Street, RED BANK, N. J. FALL STOCK OF AT Our Fall Stock of Furnture has begun-to arrve and a good deal of t s already n. More s arrvng every day. Our lne of Chars and Tables for ths season s almost complete". Prces on some of our goods are lower than ever, n spte of the general bg advance n most lnes of manufactured goods. We have exercsed our us*al care to select only the very best goods for wear and for appearance. Our reputaton as dealers n Furnture and Household Goods was bult up on ths prncple and the foods we have bought for ths seasons trade wll strengthen ths reputa- Here s a well made, strong, durable dnng- char. It smade of sold oak, cane seat, embossed back, and n every way a good char. We are sellng ths char at 95 Cents, whch a cheaper than we have ever before sold a char of ths qualty., Another great bargan n chars tthch we are offerng s a sold oak box seat char, well made n every partcular, at $.5O.. Stll another bargan s a sold oak box seat char, genune leather seat, at $.80. Ths s also a great barban at ths prce. We have other chars n varous styles, at prces that wll surely please you, though for substantal wear at a low fgure we dont thnk the bargans mentoned above can be matched anywhere. Bargan n Wndow Shades Here s a bargan n wndow shadea^-probably the bggest bargan ever offered. We have about 60 dozen wndow shades (thats about,800 shades n all), whch we wll sell at 9 cents eachj--every shade s perfect, ncludng the sprng. The shadesare opaque and are n ffteen dfferent colors..,; Two-Pece Cotton Mattress. We have a two-pece cotton mattress, weghng 45 pounds, whch we are sellng at $5.08. The convenen <t the two-pece mattress over tho old fashoned knd s known to everyone, but t B seldom that Buch a bargan s ffered ab that whch we are now presentng to our customers., Rugs. Our fall and wnter Btock of these goocft B n. The rugs are n szes from 2x3 feet, up to 9x2 feet. They com Smyrna, Axmnster and TapeBtry rugs. The prces range accordng to sze. The ruga are of the new pattern! md our varety s so great that t s mpossble not to be suted here. The above descrptons can be taken as samples of the bargans offered by us ths season n all lnes. - Good goods, low prces, courteous treatment and quck delveres these are the gudng prncples of our store. HENDRICKSON & APPLEGATE, EAST FRONT STREET, SCHOOL SUPPLIES. n tyjpjrjfpt Assortment of Pad^Tableta, Blank Books/Pens and Pencls. Rulers, Drawng Compasses, Inks, Paste and Muclage. Law Blanks, Engravng, Toys, Games, Books, Magaznes and Newspapers. DELIVERY. F. W. MOSELLE, 58 Brpad Str«et, Rod Bank, N.J. RED BANK, N. J Geo. W. Sewng, Contractor and Bullderl RED BANK. N. J. Offce n Sacond Natonal.%uklBulIc! Room 8. Telephone 3BOJ. Jobbng of All Hnd. Estmate* Cheerfully FurnlahadJ A good many farmers no the war column of THE REOISTKII renul»rl when,they want to m\\ thulr Hurplu crops or ntduk.. They flnd t puy. h cnubo THE ItEosTtn goes Into 4,7B home* every wook. Ths U vlrtuall a paper In every homa In alt ths pad of tha county. Adv. ; " > " _

5 AM OPEN ^ 4- XLortStrflgyfta^^ and Takng Cgars \ are My leaders^ A.T THEM? BROAD AND MECHANIC STREET^ RED BANK, N. J. BRIEF ITEMS OF NEWS! MINOR HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST IN ALL PARTS " OF MONMOUTH COUNTY. Personal Notes, Sale of Property, Buldng Operatons, Entertanments, Lodge Dongs, Slght Fres, Brths, Marrages, Deaths, Accdents, Cases of Sckness, Proceedngs of Offcal Bodes and Other Interestng Features of Town and County Lfe. Leon Cook of.manasquan has resgned hs poston wththe New York and Long Branch ralroad and wll enter college. Hs place s taken by Leroy Lefferson of Manasquan. Charles W: Taylor of Asbury Park s recoverng from typhod fever at the Sprng Lake hosptal. He has been n the hosptal sx weeks., Roy W. Dennerlng of New York, formerly of Keyport, has been elected presdent of the Oxford mnes and copper company of Wsconsn. Mss Emma Marcellus of Englshtown s teachng school at Manasquan and her sster, Stella Marcellus, s teachng at Perth Amboy: > Mr. and Mrs. James Brk of Long Branch are vstng ther old home n Canada. Ths s ther second trp home n twenty years. Davd Rollnson, Jr., of Sprng Lake s takng a commercal course n the Rder-Moore & Stewart school at Trenton. James Morton and Harry Clark of Manasquan are attendng the Rder- Moore & Stewart busness college at Trenton. Mr. and Mrs. Grandn Reynolds of Adelpha have moved to Forked Rver where Mr. Reynolds has a poston. Anthony V. Parker of Imlaystown s transportng the hgh school pupls from that place to Allentown. Bergen TJurk of Allentown s attendng the Rder-Moore & Stewart busness college at Trenton. Sterlng Thompson of Freehold has gone to Colorado where he wll enter a school of mnng? A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Johnson, Jr., of Adelpha Tuesday of last week: Mss Dora Gravatt of. Clarksburg has been engaged.to teach school at Tcnnent. Isaac S. Burns has opened a shoe reparng shop at Matawan. Amos Gbson of Jerseyvlle has bought a new cder press, lbrary Assocaton to Meet. The New Jersey lbrary assocaton wll hold ts annual..conventon at Asbury Park October 29th. The sesson wll last several days. Henry George of the Henry George junor republc at Tarrytown has been secured as one of the pej^cjjrs Wll Meat at Asbury Fork. The New Jersey postmasters assocaton n annual sesson at Atlantc Cty last week selected Asbury Park as ts meetng place for next year. Postmaster Wllam H. Bannard of Asbury Park was elected frst vce presdent of the assocaton. Mnuter Turtle Canght., A four-hundred-pound sea turtle was caught last Frday mornng n the off-shoro pound of Nelson Lockwood at Gallee. The turtle was placed on exhbton at Mr. Lockwoods fsh market. He wll send t to the New-York aq\arum. Porto Bloan Edtor Vsts Jersey. M. Zeno Ganda, edtor of a daly paper at San Juan, Porto Rco, has been spendng the summer at Long Branch. Ho ntends nstallng new machnery n hs plant and he has boon lookng over the dfferent knds of presses n New York. Etnp Explodes. A lamp exploded n a room n Fred Newmans house at Manasquan n whch a baby was sleepng last week. Tho baby was removed wthout beng njured. Tho damage by fre amounted to $25. lghtnng Btrlkea Home. Chauncoy Allens house at Manasquan was struck by lghtnng last -"Wcek nndfl^on fre.* A bucket brgf ndo soon nut tho,fre out. Mr. Allan was knocked down by tho bolt but was not njured, freehold Woman Swndled. Mrs. Anna Prory of Freehold was swndled out of $0 whle In Trenton last weok by two colored men. They asked hor to chango a ton-dollar bll and whon she had counted out $9 they mudo oft* wth t. Money anfl Watchman Xlsslnp. Harry Murphy, specal watchman of tho Palace morry-gp-round at Anbury Park, dlnnppcnred la»t weok and at the «ame tme 800 was mssng; from tha cash drawer. An attempt "was made to blow up the house occuped by Joseph Wllams, a colored resdent of Manasquan, whle Wllams was n bed last week. The house was slghtly damaged. Wllams has receved a letter tellng hm to leave town. Wagon Hun Down by Auto. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Brown and daughter and Charles Douglass of Long Branch were badly brused when ther wagon was struck by an automoble and wrecked last week. It s sad the machne belonged to a Mr. Oglesbee of Sea Grt. Came from Russa for Operaton., Post Wheeler, son of Henry Wheeler of Ocean Grove, arrved n New York from Russa last week after travelng steadly for two weeks. He came to ths country for an operaton for appendcts and wll return as soon as he recovers. Injured In Fall from Conch. Polly Coll, a servant n the employ of J. C. Hopkns of Belmar, receved a strong shock last week by graspng an electrc lght wre. She was placed on a couch from whch she fell and knocked out several teeth and brused her face. Wll Oo to Indana. Rev. H. T. Graham has resgned as pastor of the Englshtown Presbyteran church to accept a call to Knghtstown, Indana. JJe wll leave October st.- Mr. Graham s a natve of Indana. He had been at Englshtown nne years. H. Parker house and lot on Norwood avenue, Long.-Branch. Mr. Felder gve up work last week on account of wll occupy the house hmself and hean abscess on hs knee. An operaton Frank Hulse has been engaged as wll.buld an automoble garage on! was performed and he s now dong superntendent. The company has the rear of the lot. ncely. several other creameres n operaton. Des at Home of Nece. Fned for Fghtng. Skrt Catohes n Motor Wheel. Auto Hts Halroad Oaten. Mss Mary C, Young ded last Sunday at the home of her nece, Mrs. Long Branch were arrested last week Robert Creg and Wllam Eager of Whle out n a motor boat on the Wllam R. Warwck of Long Manasquan rver last week Mrs. F. F. Branch. ran nto the Ffth avenue and fned $5 each for fghtng. Creg Shock of Sprng Lnke stepped close to the engne and her skrt caught n the wheel. Tho skrt was torn to rbbons and these clogged the, engne and stopped t. Knocked From Trolley Car. Thomas B. Barham and Frank Woolley of Long Branch were knocked from the runnng board of a trolley oar whle gong home from the Red Bank far last week. Barham receved three broken rbs and Woolley was x badly brused. New Sun Parlore. The contract to buld sun parlors for the convalescent patents, at the Long Branch hosptal has been awarded to the M. V. Poole Co. of West Long Branch for $6,000. The sun parlors wll be of brck and two stores hgh. Former Besldent to Be Honored. The Junor Amercan Mechancs wll erect a monument n the Hghtstown cemetery n honor of Charles L. Walters, a former postmaster at Seabrght and.who ntroduced the bll requrng tho flag to float over every schoolhouse. State Bond Commsson to Meet. Tho state hghway commsson wll meet at Asbury Park tomorrow to nspect the plans for the ocean hghway to bo bult from Atlantc Hghlands to Cape May. Tho commsson wll present a slver lovng cup to Governor Fort. Boat on Fr* at Baa., Gcorgo Martnson and Hans Andorson of ManaBquan had a narrow escapo last week when the engno n ther boat oxplodcd whle thoy wero two mles at sea. They jumped overboard and were pcked up by Guo was drvng.along the Mlddletown turnpke wth a load of peaches last wook when on nutomobllo.ran nto hs wagon and slghtly damaged It. Tho drver of tho auto nottlod for tho damngeo. Mott Wood Manure* Of Snk. Mott Wood of Lone Brnnrt, the chnmplokce ftkater, who rot I rod from th,p amateur rankt to meet tho bo«t men In the profeonal class two years ago, has taken the management of the Palace ce skatng rnk at Chcago. Trolley Extenson Franchse Granted. The Atlantc Coast ralroad company has been granted a franchse to extend ther tracks to North Long Branch from Long Branch. -The poles have all been set and the work of layng the tracks wll commence at once. New Oarage for Freehold. It s reported that the Bennett property at Freehold, at present occuped by Wllam Gblns plumbng shop and the Holmes grocery store, has been sold to partes who wll transform the buldng nto a modern garage. Des n Calforna. Augusta G. Enns, a former resdent of Seabrght, ded at Pasadena, Calfornn, August 30th. Mr. Enrs went to Calforna several years ago for hs health. He was 5 years old and leaves a wdow and fve chldren. Charged Wth Bannng Gamblng Den. Wllam Moran of Asbuty Park was arrested last week on the double charge of runnng a gamblng den n the servants quarters of the West End hotel and of keepng a dsorderly house. He was held under $500 bal. Italan Poltcal League. An organzaton to be known as the Italan poltcal federaton of Monmouth county has been organzed at Long Branch. The object of the socety s to have the Italans of the county co-operate n poltcal matters. Sand and Gravel Company Formed. The Shark Rver sand and gravel company s a new frm at Avon. The company wll deal n sand for buldng purposes and gravel for road buldng. George Potts of Ocean Grove s at the nead of the company. Creamery Nearly Completed. The large creamery beng bult at Davs staton, n Upper Freehold townshp, s nearly completed. B. ralroad gates at Long Branch wth hs automoble last week. He was thrown out and was badly brused. The front of the auto was smashed. Chrstan Assocaton for Seabrglt. A movement s on foot at Seabrght for the purpose of startng a Chrstan assocaton there. P. Hall Packer, C. V. Shropshre and J. Frederck andwllard Hajrerman have retred Talcott have been apponted a com-fromttee to perfect an organzaton. Buldng from Materals of Old Bouse. the frm. Eye Pat Ont by Fle. Mrs. Edward Taylor of Freehold s Andrew J. Steelman of Whtesvlle ran the sharp end,of a rat tal fle through the pupl" of hs rght eye whle lacng a belt n the Edwards lumber mll at Long Branch last week. He wll lose the sght of the eye. Seven Confrmed at Synagogue. Cela Horowtz, Gertrude Stolar, Doro Grubcr, Joseph Harrs, Mtchell Lebermann, Alex Katz and Herman Rch were confrmed n the Long Branch Bynagogue by Rev. Rudolph I. Coffee of Pttsburg last Sunday. Ban Into Telegraph Pole. Wherton Pearce, chauffeur for J. S. Callery of Brelle, ran a bg tourng car nto a telegraph polo at Manasquan last week to avod httng Glbert Marcellus, who was on a bcycle. Tho auto was badly damaged. Beneft for Crppled Chldren * Home. A number of the young folks of Avon gavo a mnbtrel performance last week for tho beneft of tho homo for crppled chldren at that place. The recepts amounted to $225. Wll Ban Fancy Poultry. James Murphy of Freohold has sold tho Thomas Conry farm near Marl- New Manual Tranng.Teacher. Mes Nna Nnton, a graduato of Chcago unversty and of a school of manual tranng n Sweden, haa been engaged an teacher of manual tranng n tho Frochold schools. Marrlare Kloeme Issued. A mnrrlnpco llconno has boon sbucd to Mss Paulno R. Douschlo and Wllllam R. Jordan of Asbury Pnrk. Mr. Jordan works n tho Charles N. Bokor storo at Asbury Park, aok from Forelm Ornlae. Gcorgo VnnGllluwe, Ron of L. Van- Gllluwa of Ocean Grove, s just back from a long cf s use n foregn waters on the battleshp Massachusetts and s spendng"a furlough at home. He s an electrcan onthe shp. Inlet Opened Agan.. After two ; ursueeessful attempts the Shark rver nlet was opened agan last week. "There s how a channel 200 feet vde,.buft s doubtful f t remans. Jt.wU cost 50,000 to repar the outlet permanently. Betumed from Vacaton., -, Rev. John LdveH oflong Branch returned last Frdaty from, hs vacaton at Batcheller#l% N-. Y. Mr. Lovell was/to,haye.staged a week longer but "on -dccpunt of hs mothers llness he hrad.tq.come h«me; j Installng steam Heatng- Plants. James Rya, slavng a steam heat ng plant nstalled n hs house near Freehold ard C. H. Mount & Co. of Freehold wll have one plneed n ther store. George Mulholland of Freehold has both contracts. Accdent n Bcycle Baoe. Wllard Lawyer of Long Branch smashed hp wheel n a collson wth Carl H-uhn n the bcycle races at OaTchurst last week. Lawyer also fell from hs wheel n another race and njured hs rght knee. Entre Pomly n Upsef. s- Mr, and Mrs. Charges Palmer and two chldren of Oakhurst were thrown from ther buggy n a runaway at Asbury Park last week.»a of them receved, bad cuts and bruses. The wagon was wrecked. Fell on Brass Book. " "Everett Lovett of Keyport fell from a*ple of lumber last week and struck a strong brass hook used to hold a can on a gasolene tank. The hook went nto hs) (leg just below the hp and made an/ugly tear. ong Brakca Property Sold. Lester Felder has bought the John E. M. Gple of Ocean Grove. A few days prevous to her death she fell down stars. She had lved at Ocean Grove 25 years. Mll Company Reorganzed. The Asbury Park mll company has been reorganzed. W. Frank Cole s the new presdent and Lews W. Asay s secretary and treasurer. Isaac Green buldng a house and s usng all the doors, wndows, closets and mouldngs from the old house on George Wlknss place. These parts were made 60 years ago. WU ttovo to Florda. Fred Lavance and hs three sons of Manasquan wll leave tomorrow for Florda, where Mr. Lavance has bought property. He wll buld a house there and move the rest of hs famly there. Arm Broken n Auto Accdent. Mrs. M. A. Crawford of Matawan receved a broken arm n an automoble accdent last week. Mrs. Crawford was n Frank C. Bedles automoblo whch collded wth a wagon near Mddletown. Wll Work n Foregn Ionda. Mss Else S. VanSandt of Ocean Grove saled last\week for Naples on her way to Berut, Syra, whore she wll bo employed as prvate secretary to tho presdent of the Berut Protestant college. Bleoted Dstrot Dojmty. MrB. Jenne Jolne of Asbury Park mlbscd a valuable ennoo whch ho pad used In Iho races. I, Bloyolat Thrown by Bar of Corn. Morton Buoh of Manasquan was thrown from hs bcycle fast weok whon tha front wheel struck an ear of corn lyng n tho road. Ho receved Bovoral bruses. Constable Olosta Xtrnr lores. Patterson & Rhome of Asbury, Park foreclosed on a raortsrake tm the goods and stock n two drug stores at Asbury Park conducted by George E. Wllams and Constable Hulck closed the stores on Sunday. Chnrcbgoera House Bobbed. Robbers entered the Thelbert Edwards house at Long Branch-last week whle) the_occupants._w,e.r_e_ t. church. The jtheves secured a lot of jewelry belongng to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Blasdell. Badly Hnrt by Fall. Alexander Keth of Asbury Park fell 26 feet from a buldng last week. One leg, one arm, a kneecap and a small bone n hs foot were broken. He was taken to the Long Branch hosptal. New Mnster at Freehold. Rev. Henry K. Post of Pne Bush, N. Y., s the new pastor of the Freehold Reformed church. He graduated from Prnceton n 002 and from the New Brunswcktheologcal semnary n 906. Knocked From Blcyclo by Wre. Kenneth Yetman of Asbury Park was thrown from hs bcycle last week by a pece of wre stretched across the street. He -was cut on the back of the head and one arm was badly brused. Sues Trolley Company, Mrs. Kdders Morrs of Asbury Park has brought sut for $20,000 damages aganst the Atlantc Coast ralway company for njures receved by her n a fall from a trolley car last month. Ddnt Pay Hs Board Bll. Edward Trotter of Manasquan was taken to the county jal last week n default of $200 bal on a warrant sworn out by Mss Ruth Cottrell, who clamed Trotter owed her $28 for board. \ Staton Agent Operated On. Wllam Potts pf Hornerstown, staton* agent at Dayton, was forced to was badly cut on the face. At the hearng he sad he fell aganst a stove. Dog Btes Polceman. Polceman Errcksen of Long Branch was btten on the wwst last week whle tryng to separate two dogs that were fghtng. The wound was cauterzed at Smythes drug store. Celebrates 75th Brthday. Mrs. James Hurdng of Allentown dent of the Freehold choral socety. was tendered a party last week n celebraton of her 75th brthday. She wll gve several concertd at Freehold F..Branford s secretary. The socety receved a number of gfts. A cake ths fall. holdng 75 candles adorned the dnner Foot Cut on Poce of Olass. table. Edward Baker of Keyport receved Polcemen, Attend Conventon. a bad cut on hs heel last week n Wellngton R. Harvey, Joseph V. jumpng from a boat to the shore at West and Ernest Dodd of the Long Clffwood. He landed on a large pece Branch *polce force attended the an-of glass. nual conventon of the State patrolmens assocaton at Atlantc Cty last week. Nuraea Have Banquet. Tho nurses at the Sprng Lake hosptal tendered a banquet last week to Dr. Gertrude Harter, Mss Stradng and Mss Eleanor Kuhlg, who are about to ldav.e the dmploy of the hosptal. Strloken Wth Faralyse. Georgo Buckalew, who has been n tho employ of Frank W. Potter of Imlaystown ffteen years, was strcken wth paralysr last week. He was taken to St. Francs hosptal at Trenton. Cat Hla Arm on Wndow Pane. Wllam Heght of Manasquan recoyed n bad cut on tho arm last week hob been elected dstrot deputy of tho boro to Olof Johnson of New York. Robekah lodges of the Monmouth dstrct. She succeeds Mrs. Peter Hall slpped from tho wndow framo and whle rasng a wndow. He hnnd Mr. Johnson wll rebuld tho buldngs Gronborg. and wll rase fancy poultry. < Packer of Seabrght. " hs elbow went through tho wndow. Tnea for Sunday Bellng-. Bngageraent Announoed.-» Reunon of Veterans. To Celebrate Annversary. Lorenzo Dsanto, and James Dnley MrTBndMrs. WaltofHl McElwano Tho Spansh war veterans of Company I of Freohold hold ts annual lows wll celebrate ts 37th annver- steamshp lnes enjoyed a clambako Tho Long Branch Iodgo of Odd Fel- offcals of tho bg ralroads and of Matawan.wero fned 5 each labt of EnglBhtown nnnounco tho engagement of ther daughter Lola Jean- reunon at Freehold Frday nght. A sary Septembor 20th. At tho celebra- at Plensuro Bay Frday nght. wock for sellng wno on Sunday., Tfoy Bold homemade wno-&r-.whch otto to Walter V. Thompson of Nowsteamed clam dnner was served after ton sx 35-year veteran jewels wll bo Beturns to Sohool. no lcense was requred and tho nnob York, formerly of tfreeholtf. ^^.fcolbuaness mootng. ( presented to old members of tho Iodgo. Kenneth Applcgato of Englehtown wore mudo under tho borough ordnance. AuguBt Bernger of ABbury Park Mss Florenco Gnthor of Long fcost Prse Wnnng Cnnoe. Haa New Poston. td t th Rl poly-l technc nsttute at Troy, where ho us Waf on Btruok by Anto. took part In tho Manasquan boat rucos Branch has resgned as clerk n Ds-takng a course n mechancs. Roy Wntorton of South, Koyport two weekb ago and after tho racob ho brows cundy storo and has accepted ponton na travelng demonstrator wth a wholosalo confectonery house Bleotea Treasurer.. E. S. Longstrcet of Asbury Park was olected treasurer of tha Now Jersey patrolmons benevolent assocaton at tho annual conventon at Atlantc Cty last wock. Hasone lad Cornerstone., The corner Ftone of the now Bradley Beach schoolhouse wa lad wth <.v*. A FINE SHOWING OF ON Saturday, Sept 7, AT MISS A. L. MORRISS, 66 Broad Street, Red Bank, N. J. OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFICE. Masonc ceremones Monday. The ceremones were n charge of grand lodge offcers. Talor Shop Bobbed, r M. Kaplans talor shop at Keyport was robbed of goods valued at $60 last weok. The artcles taken ncluded four suts, a par of trousers and a lot of slk lnng. Death Caused by Hemorrhages. Mrs. Frederca Sptz of Allentown ded on Sunday of last week from hemorrhages. She was born n Germany 82 years ago. Three chldren survve hor., Wll Attend Fremens Conventon. Wllam Bennett, Fred VanNote and Wllam Harret wll represent the Neptune Crty fre department at the fremens conventon at Atlantc Cty next week. Record at Pckng Up Potatoes. James F. Daly establshed a record at pckng up potatoes on the I. B. Vanderveer farm near Marlboro last week. He pcked up 00 barrels n ten hours. Koyport Grl Dead. Alce SI. Hopla, daughter of the late George Hopla of Keyport, ded Sunday of last week. She s survved by her mother, four ssters and three brothers. Choral Socoty Sleets Opcers. H. Wllams has been elected pres- Made dean Scores. Harry Maps of Long Branch led the marksmen n the all-day shoot of the Long Branch gun club Monday of last week wth a clean score n four events. Installs Water Connectons. Wlson Havens of Manasquan has nstalled sewer and water connectons n. Hs house. A bath and other mprovements are beng put n the house. Attendng* Hg*h School at Trenton. Hazel Buntng, Mary Gulck, Lllan Nelson, Mary Huley, Benjamn Dsbrow and Lester Perce of Allontown arc attendng hgh school at Trenton. Oheesegnake Property Sold. Benjamn Arose has bought the Capt. John Tco property adjonng hs farm at Cheescquake. Ho wll mprove tho buldngs and grounds. Passenger Agents Have Clambake. Several pashennor agents and other Academy Optned. Tho Star of tho Sou academy at Long Branch opened yesterday. Durng tho vacaton mny mprovements have been tnado to tho school. Adelphle. SUgn Bohool Madent. Ada Clayton. Rota Mndgo, Else Archor and Slas Hall of Adelpha havo onterod the Freehold hgh school, one Drops Dead. A horo bolonglng to Ambrose Otteron ut Imloytown dropped d«od»»»» ICE CREAM. I Ice cream sold wholesale or retal at very reasonable prces. Delveres made free. AIo dealer n fruts, cgars, tobaccos and confectonery. Vst my soda* fountan and ce cream parlor. Mlk shakes a specalty. You always get your money* worth at my place, and everythng s neat, clean and up-to-date. J. GARBARINI, 74 Monmouth Street, : RED BANK, N. I. Oppouto Staton. Tel. 335.»» «I whle workng on the Davs-New Egypt gravel road last week. Buys Art Busness. 0 Ira D. Denns has bought the Francs art store at Long Branch. Mr. Denns has been connected wth the busness eleven years. Sprng Lake Man Honored. Horace J. Clayton of Sprng Lake has been elected hgh prest of the New JerEey Grand lodge of Knghts of the Golden Eagle. Chld Des of Paralyss. Eleanor Heght, daughter of Arche Heght of Allenhurst, ded-of par- alyss Monday of last weeks. She was ten years old. Attendng College n Oregon. Edgar Braly of Manasquan left last week for Eugene, Oregon, where he wll resume hs studes n the Oregon state college. Bg Catches of Weakfsh. Seventy barrels of weakfsh were caught last Thursday at Gallee. Captan Nelson Lockwood got nne bnrrels of them. Eastern Star Clambake. About one hundred members, of the Long Branch, f.^odge of tho Eastern Star enjoyed a clambako at Pleasure Bay last week. Operaton for Adenods. Elstcn, the youngest son of Wllam Ireland of Oakhurst, wab operated on for adenods at ABbury Park recently. One-Year-Old Chld Sles. George E., tho one-year-old son of Albert E. Bngshaw of Freehold, ded Sunday of last week of dysentery. Haslet Woman Des. Mrs. Alce F. Bush, wfe of Ncholas Bush of Hazlot, ded last Saturday week. Sho was 49 years old. Slea of Brlghts Dsease. Mrs. C. II. Potter of Manasquan ded last Wednesday of Brghts dsease She was 64years old. On attunng Trp. >.. Bcla C. Clapp and D. S. J. Clapp of Manasquan aro spendng two werk fshng on Barnogat Bay. Automoble Kll* Dog. Ah automoble struck and klled a pot doa belongng to J. H. Stltwell of Adelpha last weok. A **ap«r la smry pome., ; A wont advurtldmnt In THr RB> RANK RKOMTEH wll b» carrtod In ~ 4,760 homes for 25 cent*. Thfttr tha rate of 88 homts for If. tha chtmmrt and b**t to be Ma.Mj dhr. <-

6 Drectory IF your name s n the Bell Telephone Drectory you may be reached at once. The Bell Telephone s so unversally used that the Bell Drectory s reled upon for all busness and socal nqures. The Bell Drectory proves the value of Bell Servce. Have you a Bell Telephone?, NEW YORK TELEPHONE COMPANY Every Bell Telephone Is a Long Dstance Staton J. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER. RED BANK. 32 Monmouth St., NEW JERSEY. OPPOSITE EMPIRE THEATER. Telephone, 254 Red Bank. Qualty-Purty] I-.H..G. Degenrng & Co., 2 WEST FRONT STREET, RED BANK. I carry a nce lne of Gas and Combnaton Fxtures, Gas Ranges and Cookers, Portable Lamps, Fancy Shades and Domes. ^ Mantles and Burners of All Knds. I wll gve estmates on Ppng, In ether new or old houses, on Chandelers, and Fxtures of all knds, wll make Changes or do Repars at short notce. T.R. TENBROECK, 60 Broad Street, RED SANK, N. J. Telephone 3-R. Good lquors are the only knds we handle standard brands; [and at rock-bottom prces. \yhy not stock your! cellarette wth a choce selecton of our Wnes, Whskes, Cordals or Beers. For warm weather drnkng, order beer by thecase. Geo. Ehrets Extra The Best. I R. T. SMITH has resumed hs former busness, that of, K FUNERAL DIRECTOR. \ At 39 MONMOUTH STRKT, RED DANK, N. $., \ H* msletaht, G. F. Smth, la a Graduate and.lconed Embalmor. Prompt attontlon Day and Nght. *.; *, - Phone 48-J. Realdoneo Phono 0-R.. BACK TO THE FARM VI. Farmng The Young, Mans Opportunty. JSy C. V. : [Copyrght, 00, by Amercan Pcas Asso- cat-on.j O tl)> youu/f nnu on the threshold of lfe the queston of "What slult do wth tny-. sel/v" comes demandng an l answer. Durng the pst tfty years j the cull of. the cty-to the ambtous young nnn Ins been Insstent. Today j He country Is cnllhg Tor men Wth ambton n(] energy and fath In Its ; possbltes. To BUCII men It offers un- \ equaled oppnrtnlllcx. The opportuntes of tle frm are not llmlctl In sze or extent. Tlo young man wth onpltal who Is lookng YOUNQ FAItllKIl ON HIB WAY TO HAItKBI WITU A IOAD OP SHEKP.. for a busness openng fnds It on the farm. The farm offers hm the opportunty to exercse hs executve ablty by managng bronuncres am herds thnt number In the thousands. If hla taste runs to qualty rather than quantty t offers hm clmnees In the pure bred stock busness for the broadest use of hs nouoy and talents. There la no occupaton more fascnatng than the moldng of lvng anmals to make them conform to an Ideal of perfecton. There Is opportunty for long contnued study of blood lnos; there nrc mouths nud years of anxous wat- Ing to see the results of the unon of certan famles; there are moments of dsappontment when an anmal falls to develop as well ns expected. But greatest of nl Is the Joy of success when the breeders efforts are crowned wll) an anmal a lttle nonrer perfecton than lns beeu produced before. The mnn who can see such an anmal march out of n crowded show rng wth the purple rbbon wthout a feel- Ing that nt least In a measure he has acheved success has ambtons that nro Indeed hard to sntsfy. The pure bred busness has Home ptfalls, but to the mnn who enters t wth good Judgment nnd nn ambton to succeed It offers flnnncnl returns that can be exceeded In few other occupatons. To the young man startng wthout captal the farm offers unequaled opportuntes. The young man wth a few frleuls and a reputaton for Industry and honesty luds t easy to rent a farm and borrow enough captal to equp It. TherdSIs n rsk to run,, of course. Hut vlmt Is n rsk to a young man wth strength nnd ambton? Well consdered rsks nre essental to success In almost any lne, and to the young fnrmer they are an Incentve to greater effort. Now thnt prces of fnrm products Invo reached n proftnble level ptyng off the debt Is n matter of lnt n few years. Buyng the farm Itself la by no means Impossble, even n the most fertle sectons of fte corn belt. Hundreds of funnerfl arc lookng for managers for farms that vary n slzo am equpment to sut the fancy of any 6ne. Ths lne offers somo of the greatest opportuntes to the young man wthout captal. The salares lt llr&t may Beon small as compared wth some of those offered In the cty. Usually they Include board nnd Incdentals, however. There Is a better chare to lay up nonoy on the fnrm at $r>0 a month than In the cty nt twce thnt amount. For tho man who can "make good" the frst years salary Is bnnlly nl Indratnn of xvhnt Is to follow. Most landowners nre wllng to advance the snlnry as fast as the manager Rbows hs nllllty. letter y«t, they are wllng to Infrust more of the responsblty to hs hands and to gve hm more cnptal, so that he can acheve greater remts. In most cases after a mnn has shown what he Is worth It Is chy for hm to get n sbnro of the not profts In addton to hs success of n happy Hfo nnd n comfortable competence, thnt the country of- salary.- In many cases It Is onsy to got In on n partnershp bass. In ether fers to the young mnn today. ense the manager Is as Independent ns If ho owned the farm, nnd the chances «««»» # «for flnnklal success lre nearly ns W M. H. MAMONUY. J. E. HARVEY. great. Tho Rrentadvantngo of n poston of ths knd or, In fact, of nny knd of fnrm work Is that tlcn nre so many Mahoney I Harvey, ehunooh to Invest monay ns fast no It Is mnde. HARDWARE. The mnn on the farm lns n dozen places to Invest every dollar. Ths In Plumbng and Electrcal Itself Is a bg Incentve to Havng, nnd Contractors mvlng menus prosperty for both Iho ; KNAPP BUILDING, Indvdual nnd tho nntlon. The Investment whch offers ho greatest returns Ocean Ave., Saabrlght, N. J. Is farm land. loven In those localtes Whfo land Is now worth consderably a* moro than $00 an ncro tho prlco lmt Is yot far from beng reached. Thoro Is lttle chnnco to lose money on land SPECIAL. provded It B wsely Invented. It Is tho Inck "of knowledge of wlut consttutes n good fnrm that makes land an un- Bfo lnvcutnuut for tho cty man. There lmy bo HOMIO honest laud.ngeutu, but unfortunately tloy have no trademark to dlsunjctlob. thorn from tho other varloty. To buy land wthout seeng It Is a palnlom wny of partng wth hard earned money. As for tbo promsed profts, thoy usually fnd tbolr wfly to the pocket* of tho land asont, leavng tho Invostor a- taddor and vlaar man. Dotwaan 0QO rnd 608 the averadb l» <) etja.uj«_y«lu«ot the. farm land In" te Unted" ftates was 28percent Between 800 and.00 much ot the. land la the western part of the Msssspp valley doubled In value. Wth a system of farmng that keeps up the fertlty prces wll go hgher rather than lower. The man who owns a farm has contnual opportuntes to put hs money Into better fences, better stock and better buldngs. le ban opportuntes to Invest In more land at home or farther west. From a fnancal standpont farmng offers opportuntes to young men that nre duplcated In few other callngs. Farmng as a professon Is new. nnd Its ranks are stll far from full. The young farmer s not enterng an overcrowded callng where he must combne wth hs fellows nnd boost prces unnaturally n order to make a hare lvng. Iu agrculture there are room and opportunty tor all. The country la throbbng wth the vtalty of a new awakened lfe. The password Is ambton, and tho reward s success. t Is not the call of money alone that s turnng the ambtous young mnn to the farm. A callng that can offer no reward but a fnancal one Is scarcely worthy of the name. The chef call of the cty has been tho cnll of the dollar combned wth the call of the crowd. Better roads and n denser populaton have enabled the country to offer a soclaf lfe whch s superor to that of tho cty. Hgher prces nnd scentfc methods have enabled t to duplcate the fnancal rewards of the cty. In addton, t offers to the young man the opportunty to lve the broadest, fullest lfe of whch he Is capable. It offers hm n busness he can call hs own and an ndependence whch he could gan In the cty only after a lfetme of toll. The greatest need- of most rural communtes just now Is leaders men who can demonstrate on ther own farms thq possbltes of scentfc agrculture; men who understand tho possbltes and the need of a broader communty lfe. The stores of some of the young men who heeded the cnll of the country and gave themselves to tje development of ther communty read lke romances. A dozen years or so ago a Ittle Massachusetts communty was on the downhll road. Tho nearby ctes had sapped t of ts strength and vgor. Injudcous croppng had taken away much of the fertlty of the sol, and the people had lost all ambton and were content to let thngs drft from bad to~wbrae. About ths tme a young man, a son of ono of the farmers, graduated from an agrcultural college. He receted a temptng offer from the department of agrculture to take up work at Washngton. A brothertniowa wrote hm a glow- Ing nvtaton to come to the fertle lands of the mddle west. He rejected both offers and went home. Tho most optmstc resdent would have Inughed at the Idea of there beng any opportunty there. But the young man wont to work, Ho dd not ecture to the neghbors or advse thenl. He merely set out to show them what the mpovershed land wns capable of. He made the old farm pay, and Ha dlapdaton changed to dn nlr of prosperty. Hs neghbors gradually began to follow hs methods and to atch some of hs sprt. The communty started to go forward Instead of backward. As soon ns he could spare tho tme from hs farm tho young farmer set about reorganzng the vllage school. He gave one corner of TIIEIB IB NO LINE OP FAHMING MOBB FA8- OrNATINO THAN THE UBKEDNO OP PCUE UllltU LIVE STOCK. Ills farm for n school garden. He Invted the preacher out to hs farm nnd pot hm out of the atmosphere of dead theology Into tho sprt of lvng progress. The preacher cnught the sprt, and the church came to be an ad In the forward movement. Gradually tho whole communty became modernzed. Tho pcopn" grasped the opportuntes to whch they were blnd untl somo onn opened tlolr eyes. { Tlo young man who can go Into n communty nnd by hs Indomtable courage uud strong fath brng about a change llc ths has succeeded n the truest sense of tho word. If Is 5UCC0HS of ths knd, coupled wth tho DaalrabU Buldng Lota In Waat> Id* Park and on Harrlaop avanua, Eatt Rad Bank.from $280 upward*. T*>rma to ault buyar. lcndrckson & Stout, Pattenon Buldng, 60 Broad Street. Red Bank. THESE MEN-AND A THOUSAND MORE Gude the ntrcate and wonderful machnes n the Washburn- Crosby mlls, but never actually touch hands to the flour. They work constantly for mllng cleanlness,for purty and for the everlastng hgh qualty of WASHBURN-CROSBy COS GOLD MEML FLOUR COPYRIGHT- 90. WASHBURN-CROSBY CO. M INN EAPOLIS. MINN. MATHUSHEK & SON PIANO CO., BRANCH WARER00MS 5 BROAD STREET, RED BANK, N. J. Grand. Uprght and Player-Panos drect from factory. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN USED PIANOS. Phone 267-J. RENTING, TUNING AND REPAIRING. FTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTy HOTEL BARGAIN!! On account of retrement of owner, we have just lsted one of the fnest lcensed hotel and road-house propertes on. the Jersey coast. _ " Can be bought for 20 per cent less than market value. All partculars at % ALLAIRE & SONS, RED BANK, N. J. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtAAAAAAA Its Tmeto Prepare for Autumn. A few more weeks and Summer Apparel wll be lad away for another year.. Now s the tme to see about your Fall Coat or buy the Goods for your Fall Dress. The School Chldren, too, wll need new Coats and Dresses to begn the school year. We carry a full lne of ; Goods for Lades and Chldrens Coats, and Skrts, Dress Goods, Laces, Embroderes and Autumn Noveltes. PATTERSON & SPINNING, WHERE THE TROLLEY STOPS, Corner Broad* and Front Streets, Red Bank, New Jersey. Pleasure Boats Stored! We have tho largest and boat equpped boat works on tho coast lne of Central New Jersey. "We store boats for the wnter under shelter or otherwse. nb derlred. We do all knds of reparng", from a Hnmshed plank to a complete overhaulng of boat, engne, batteres and upper gear. We have the very best workmen wo can fnd :men who "know how" and who can thua do work quckly, wthout expermentng or long delberaton. Ths makes our work better nnd much cheaper than when It s done elhewhere. * Our ralways arc capable of pullng out VOKSCIH of &Q0 tonb and over. When you want your boat repared or when you wunt t stored, or when you want a new boat ot nny knd, from a hafteuu or a speed boat to a bg pleasure crusng craft, como nnd ffe UH or drop UB a lne and woll come and Bee you. KEVPORT MARINE RAILWAYS CO., Prospect and Front Streets, KEYPORT, N. J. PACKARD * Mean. THOROUGH In everythng bortalnlnff to bublneas ( oducutlon. ALL COMMERCIAL BRANCHES INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION Enter at any tlm«wthout dlnadvantwre. KO SOLICITORS 52 r»n of fathful work FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 0TH. Packard Commercal School Fourth Aye. and 23d St., New York Subway tutlon at the door Specal cotnmuuuon rmte* on all rallroad to tudenu of th«paclan) Commercal School It poy» to adrertleo provded you ut your advertsement In the paper lat goes Into tl the hornee lhata TJM Rn> BANK ~ ILUMBER 44 % We carry about the largest stock of lumber n Monmouty County. We get most of our- stock by water. Freght rates,are much cheaper than ral, and hence we can gve very low prces. Our bg stock enables us to make very prompt delveres. THe Estate of T. S. R. Brown, Keyport, New Jersey. Talephene 377 phebee. W. F. CARTON CLEANING CO,,. WINDOWS AND WOODWORK CLEANED. fanu*t Floor.» 3p.cl.Ur.. «nd Whlt.w..l.W RED DANK BRANCH. Q. BOX 44, OCEANIC, N^. Fleen Scrubbed, Oled and Waxed. nrm I»7 WEST HTH STREET. NEW YORK., 4 j 4 4

7 Ask the Woman who uses one; j REAL ESTATE. Mornng ESTABLISHED MORTGAGE LOANS. j CHOICE COUNTRY ESTATES FOR SALE OR RENT, SEASON OR YEAR..... Some of the beat farms n Monmouth County for Bale, j INSURANCE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. Represent the HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK, assets January st, 90, $27,307, Also other leadng companes only. j ALLAIRE & SON, : Offces: 60 Broad Street, RED BANK, N. J. - I A., Telephone No. 97. I Red Bank Park, f Easy of access from all drectons by trolley lne pass-? ng the property on Front street. g Choce Plots, 50x50 feet and larger,! 450 and upwards. Plans.are now beng drawn for several houses of varous types. Changes wll be made for purchasers of «these houses to. sut ther ndvdual tastes. Easy terms can be arranged. Reasonable restrctons ntended to mantan the hghgrade character of the Park. Streets graded, sdewalks curbed, shade trees, water, electrc lght, telephone servce. For- prces and further partculars nqure of your own broker or > Property Securty Company, 65 Broadway, Sute 235, New York Cty. HARRY C. FAY, Funeral Drector and Upholsterer, (Wth R. T. Smth of Red Bank 27 years). Offce and Funeral Parlors, East Front Street, Phone Connecton. RED HANK, N. J. t^-camp CHAIRS AND CARD TABLES. lwmmmiiiiiihmmwmimimwihummiiimihm WILLIAM[ ^OBRIEN, Practcal Plumber, Steam and Gas Ftter. No. 29 Front Street. Red BanK. N. J. Ocean Avenue, Soabrltfnt. N. J... Steam Pumps and Wndmlls Put Up. Terra Cotta Ppe and Fttngs. Large Ntook VotMtantly on Hand at Louttf Market Prce*. * Wm. J. Sutton, Red Bank Earlng, Johnson & Frakc, Contractors and Bulldara, BRIDGE AVENUE, Oppoll* Ralroad Staton, Bod Bank, N. 3. Work dono by the day or contract Nfo Job to* lam*; none too amal. Jobbng ttumlnl ta at ahort notlca. EUmaU turauhm! on all knd, of work, Satlafaetlon,Ask the Woman who uses one tllmhhiimlllmmhtlllummtuhmmmmi FINE FRUITS! Fresh Vegetables! -AT- I LOUIS PRATES, Broad Street, Red Bank. We keep not only a complete assortment of the fnest foregn and tropcal fruts, but also the fnest fruts and vegetables produced on Monmouth county farms. Orders may be gven by Telephone, No. 08-J. GOODS DELIVERED. IIIIMMMIMMIIMMIIIMMMIMItllHMIMMIMM> NEW JERSEY CENTRAL Round Trp Tckets $.50 CHILDREN 75c. Specal Excurson Up the Hudson VIA Specal Trans and Steamer "SANDY HOOK" TO West Pont And off Newburg SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 9O Specal Tran leaves RED BANK at 758 a. m.»»»»»»»»» *» «THIS SPACE IS ADVERTISING DISBROW & STRYKERS \ PUBLIC SERVICE. Movng Vans, Storage, Garage, Lvery and Carrages. Monmouth Street, RED BANK, N. J. Opposte R. R. depot. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Telephone 245. >»»»»»»»»»»»»» \ Red Bank Hardware Co., \ 0 Monmouth Street, Red Bank, N. J., Telephone 208-R. General Hardware. Mechancs Tools. Household Artcles Pants and Ols, 0 Boat Supples, Seeds, Lawn Mowers, 2 Screens and Fshng Tackle, Etc. WaBt^^ OOTOBE* PETIT JOTtY. RAILROAD. oar Sha-wlbnry Tcnraabp Kan onstaton! In New York: Central E. K. of New Sasal for Sext Court Term. Jermey, foot Lbert; Street and West 23d Street; The pett jury for the October term Pennsylvana Ralroad, foot of Cortlandt Street, Deabroues Street and West 23d Street f court was drawn last week by., On and af er June 26th, 90, "herff Clarence E. F. Hetrck. The TRAINS WILL LEAVE RED BANK - For Newark and New York. 6 66, 8 26 (Mondays "ollowng s & lst of the jurors and only), (New York only). 726New ;he townshps they, are rrom: York only), 7 40, 769, 802, , (New York only), , 9 E6, 0 46 (New York only). Atlantc John Stupleton, Wllam 46 a. m.; 2 00 noon, , Leahy. (New York only), 4 80 (New York only) Eatontown James Hulse. (Newark only), 62, 725, 7 S (Saturdays Freehold Owen McCarthy, Martn only), D. m. Sundays cgowan, Rchard Matthews. Howell Fred Reynolds, W. T. Applerate, W. II. Barkalow. Manalapun Danel H. Scobey, Charles H. Wlson, Edward Glllon. Marlboro James Klmartn. Matawan Wllam H. Dlggn. Mlddletown Alfred G. Luysler. W. F. asler, Rennle Brown. MIllstone-a-Edward Moore. Neptune-r-Alfrea E. Stevenson, Br., J. Warren Coleman, Thomas L. Costlgun, W. J. Patterson, Beno Camoosu. Ocean Rchard Crum, Arthur L. Holton, Raymond K. Brltton, Petro Tomaln, George Dangler. Rarltan Ellsla Bedle, John Ansboro. Shrewsbury George Curts, Charles JmmonH, Joseph Conover, Delford Fsher. Upper Freehold Frank B. Jones, Charles E. Kllnk. Wall R. Frank Longstreet, Thomas H. Donahay, Wllam H. Harvey, Thomas Kng. * PIEB ramo lysttev. Frst Flng of Hew Kong Branch Per Drven labor Day. The frst plngs of the new ocean ler at Long Branch were drven wth approprate ceremones Monday of last week. About ffteen hundred nvtatons had been sent out by the er company and notwthstandng the many other attractons of the day a large crowd was present. Mayor "harles 0. McFaddn was master of ceremones. A band of musc was n attendance. The plngs were drven by water pressure by J. A. Rowland of Searght. As the frst ten-ton plng was hosted clear of the walk Mrs. John Hubbard Parker broke a bottle f Crystal sprng water on the plng nd chrstened the new structure the "Long Branch Mllon-Dollar Per." There are about twenty plng now ready to be drven. They wll be n place n about a week and by that tme the plng now beng cast wll be ready to be drven. STABBED IN THE BACK. Harold Smth of Abury Park.Sadly Oat Wltle Protectng Qlrl Companons. Harold Smth, an Asbury Park photographer, was stabbed several tmes n the back Monday of last week whle watchng the baby parade n company wth Earle C. Wljarnson and two ~rls.--> The man who dd the cuttng jave hs name as DeWtt Moore and clamed Newark as hs home. Moore and a companon, whose dentty was not learned, made some nsultng remarks to the grls who were wth Smth and Wllamson and the latter resented the nsults. Wllamson struck one of the bulles and Smth sprang to hs help. Moore sneaked up behnd the men and stabbed Smth seven tmes n the back. The cuts were not deep and are not serous. Moore was held by a bystander tll the arrval of an offcer when he was taken to the lockup. He was held under $500 bal to awat the acton of the grand jury. BIKE RACING AT OAKHBEST. Bcycle Gven as a Prze n Xdbor Day Sports at Oakhuxnt. Henry Huhn of Long Branch won a $30 bcycle as a frst prze n the ffteen-mle bcycle race at Oakhurst Monday of last week. P. C. Hedrck of Asbury Park captured the tme prze n ths race. 0. Hance of Long Branch won the three-mle,, fvemle and one-quarter-mle bcycle races. The one-mle bcycle race was won by Bruce Seymour of Belmar. The two-mle race for boys under sxteen years was won by Olver Norton of West Long Branch., W. S. Carck of Asbury Park captured frst prze n the pole vault. In the hgh jump Howard Worth of Oakhurst was frst. The 00-yard runnng race for boys under ffteen years was won by Tony Palmer of New York. Arthur Jackson of Waysde won the 220-yard runnng race. _ Bad-Check Man at Anbury Park. Last week a man who gave hs name as H. E. Sanford, rented a cottage for two months from Jacob H. Kng of Asbury Park and gave n payment a certfed check for $25 drawn on a Washngton bank. The stranger then bought a stock of groceres from Hogartys grocery and gave a check for.$50 n payment. The checks were returned as worthless and the stranger has dsappeared. Leave Unpad Blls. Edwn M. and Edna B. Quackenbush, propretors of the Wndsor hotel at Asbury Park, skpped out last week and left a "large number of unpad blls behnd them. Ther absence was At the meetng of the Belmar councl last week one of the counclmen recommended that John A. Buhler be rdered to move hs boatng pavlon out of Tenth avenue. It s sad that thrty feet or more of tho pavlon stands on borough proporty. Tho matter wll no doubt brng about consderable dscusson before t s settled. EGANS Storage Vans and Express. Between Per 24, foot of Frankln Street, New York (Landng at the Battery Now that movng; Utno s near I amto take on and let oft Paeengen only), and Hghland!, Hghland Beach, prepared to do your noxt movng of rurnturo, panos or l>nkk"kc to all parts Oceanc, Locust Pont, Far Haven and Red Bank. of cty ur country,n tho InrffCHt ptuldod Telephone Coll 704 Frunklln, Now York, and 423 Red B«nk. N. J. vane n Itcd Bank. Doforo you lave your next movng done, wrlto. nond or call for the only relable furnture mover In town, nml tfot my prces on your noxt FOR RED BANK. lob. All klmls of heavy or Hult truckng dono at short notce Call or address J. X. EGAN. Wall Street, Red BanK. Phona 24-J.. DANCING. SOCIAL AND FANCY DANCINO FOB THE KAI.LUOOM, "I^arn to wats properly, for not UH then enn you rmlln tho k«<n«at delght of modern ballroom dancng." PHILIP H. COLEMAN, * IIS Raetor PUc», Had Bank, N. I. EW Y0EK AND LONG BRANCH N 46 a. m.; 4 46, ,8 45,9 08, 920 (Newark only). 9 67». m. For»erth Amboy. and Elzabeth 6 66, (except Perth Amboy), 72 (except Elzabeth), 7 69 (except Perth Amboy). 8 02, , 45 a. m.; 2 00 noon, 24 (except Perth Amboy), (except Perth Amboy), 4 30 (except Elzabeth), (except Perth Amboy). 7 33, 9 08 (Saturdays only), 9 67 (except Perth Amboy), 00 p. m. Sundays, a. m.; (except Perth Amboy), (except Perth Amboy), 8 45 (oxcept Perth Amboy), 908, 920 p. m. For Long_Branch. Asbury Park. Ocean Grove, Pont Pleasant and ntermedate statons. 6 (Mondays excepted) ,9 46, a- m« , ISaturdays excepted) , 4 24, (Long Branch only), 4 82, 4 50, 6 8, 6 40, 5 47, 6 22, ,8 27 p. m. Sundays, 5, , a. m.; p.m. SUNDAY TRAINS DO NOT STOP AT ASBURY PAKK AND OCEAN GROVE. For Freehold va Matawan, 8 02, 9 20 a. m.; 2 00 noon, 46, 4 40, p. m. Sundays, 9 43 a. m.; p.m. TRAINS LEAVE NEW YORK FOR RED BANK R. W. M. THOMPSON, Foot Lberty street, C. R. R. of N. J., 400, 8 BO. DENTAL SURGEON. 0 00, 80 a. ro.: 2 40 (Saturdays only), 20Over Pontoffca, Red Bank. N.. (Saturdays only) , , 6 80, 638, 680, (mdnght) Sundays, 830, 800, 96,0 00a.m.; 2 SO, 400,880 Hours 8*.,- p. m. R. J. D. THROCKMORTON, D Weat 28d street, C. R. H. of N. J., 820, DENTAL BURGEON. a. m.; 2 20 (Saturdays only) 00 (Saturdays OFFICB: only) , , U 60 No. 5 Broad Street. Red" Bank. N. p. m. Sundays, 7 60,906, 960 a. m.; 2 20,3 60, 820 p.m. \R. FRANK L. MANNING. Foot Cortlandt street and Desbroeses street Penno. R. B., 400, , 60. a. m.; 2 SO. SURGEON DENTIST. 30, 230, 80, , p. m. RED BANK. N. J. Sundays. 8 SO, 980,0 45 arm.: 600 p: m. Broad atreet opposte Ford u & Mllers. West 23d street, Penna. H. R (Saturdays-only) a. m., (Saturdays only), D. m. Sundays , 0 26 a. m.; 4 66 p. m. RUFUS BLODGETT. Superntendent N. Y.and L.B. R.R. GEORGE W. BOYD, Gen. Pass. Agent. Penn. R. R. W. C. HOPE, Genl Passenger Agent. Central R. R. of N. J., NEW JERSEY CENTRAL. TRAINS LEAVE RED BANK. For New York. Newark and Elzabeth at B BE , (7 69, Newark) , 45. a.ro.; *4 7, 4 SO. 7 25, , 00 p. m. Sundays. 7 68, 45 a. m.; , 908. (9 20 Newark) p. n;. For Freehold va Matawan at f 20a. m.: 2 00, 4 30 p.m. Sundays, 7 68 a.m.: 4 45, 9 08 p.m. For Lakewood, Lakchurst, &c., at OS a. m.; , 6 0. p. m. Sundays. 9 27, 06 a. m.; 8 40 p. m. For Atlantc Cty, 6 47.OO a. m p. m. Sundays, 06 a. m.; 3 40 p. m. For Vneland, Brdgeton, &c, 6 47, OC a. m.: 4 42 p. m. For Toms Rver and Barnegatat 647, 06 a. m.; p.m. Sundays, 92 a. m. New York only, t Saturdays only. W. G. BE8LMC W. C. HOPE, Vce Pres. and Genl Mgr Genl Pass. Agt. Specal Notce RELATING.TO.NUISANCES,. IN TOE Townshp of Shrewsbury. Nusances wthn the townshp of.shrewsbury ttro hereby denned and declared to be, and they shall nclude and embrace:. Tho placng or depostng Inor upon any Btreet or alley, or n or upon any publc or prvate property n ths townbhp, any dead anmal or any part of the same, or any dead flsh or any part of tho same, or flth from prves or cesspoola or catch "oonnaor rubbsh of any knd or descrpton, or any house or ktchen BIUPS or garbage, manure or sweepngs (provded that stable manure and other manure ndy be "used oa a fertlzer), or.any foul cr offensve or obnoxous matter or substance whatever. 2. Any full or leaky prvy vault, cesspool or other receptacle for flth. 8. Allowng or permtttngany nght sol, garbage or other offensve or decomposng j old or lud matter or substance to leak or ooze from any cart or wagon or vessel n whch the same may be convcyed or carred. O. The carryng or conveyng through any Btreet any substance whch has been removed from any prvy yault or cesspool, unless the same shall be nclosed n ar-tght barrels, or n a perfectly tght and properly covered wagon. 6. All cartng of garbage through tho streets of the townshp except between the hours of sunse and sx A. M. C. The burnngof anymattcrorsubatance whch shall emt, or cause, or produce, or cast off anyfoul or obnoxoub, or offensve, or hurtful, or annoyng gas, strke, steam or odor. 7. The castng: or dschargng nto the Shrews^ bury or Navcsnk, or South Shrewsbury rver, ox nto any stream n ths CGwnahp, or on the boundary lne of ths townshp, any subatancewhlch has been removed from any vault, cesspool or snk, or any offal or other refuse, lquds, or solds, by any ppes or otherwse. 8. Any and every nusance as above defned Is hereby prohbted and forbdden Wthn tho townshp of Shrewsbury, and any person makng, creatng, causng, mantanng or permttng any of sad nusances shall forfet and pay a penalty of twenty-fve dollars. The above s an extract from the ordnances.of the board of heallh of Shrewsbury townshp, and the same wll be thoroughly enforced. ABRAM T. BENNETT, Presdent of tho Board of Health RAYMOND DOUGUTY. Secretary. HI CHANCERY OP NEW JERSEY. TO LAURA G. VANVLKCK: By vrtue of nn order of the Court of Cluuctry of Xew Jersey, nuule on Ule tny of the dnte lereof, n a certan cnu.sp wheren Wllnm II. VnnVluk s pettoner and you. I^aura O. YunVkek. DMUND V/ILSON, E COUNSELLOR AT LAW. RED BANE. N. J. Offces: 0 EAST FBONT STREET. A LSTON BEEKMAN, D R. HERBERT E. WILLIAMS,. SURGEON DENTIST. Graduate Unversty ot Pennsylvana, Offce Days n Red Bank: Mondays, Wednesday* and Saturdays; Tuesday evenng8from7:80to&m. 20 Broad Street. Red Bank. N. J. av drlyfulut. you arc r*m tred to appear and plead, answer or demur to >e- ««*9cooeesaeo«oe«ooc»«g«a UtonerH petton un or lu>l"ore the SKV- KNTKKNTH >AV OK OLTOUKH, next, or In default therenf, such decree wll bo t.kon aganst you as the Chancellor shall thnk fultnble and ju.st. Tho ohject of t*nd sut s to obtnln a decree of dvorce,.lwsolvuk the marrage Patterson Buldng, between you and the sad pettuum. KDMIWD WILSON". I 60 BROAD STREET. Solctor of Pettoner. 0 Kant Front Ftrect, Red Hunk, N... Dated Auffust 5th, 90, ON BULE TO BAB CREDITORS. Kxeeutrxs Notce. Mary T. VanVoorha, executrx of Julzubotl U. Guon. deeensel, by order dscovered by Constable Theodore of tho Surrogate, of the County of M<mnumth, hereby tflves not lee. to tho cred- Hulck who went to the hotel wth a tors of tho suld deceased to hrlnjj In dstress warrant sworn out by Mrs. her lebta, demands and clams akuhst lotte M. Burr, owner of the buldng. ho estate of sad deceased, under oatl The employees were the prncpal tr alllrmtlon, wthn nne months from credtors. be KL.KVKNTH DAY OF AUGUST, 90, or they wll be forever barred of nny acton therefor aganst the eud Bolxnar GlsnB Buhler Ijand on Bver. executrx. MAHY T. VANVOORHS. OKD W. HOPE, Attorney of executrx, Itcd Bank, N. J. It pays to ndvertse n THE RE<;ISTKR PKNEST A. ABEND, *- AECHITECT, Speclalktn couhtrr work. J0 Ffth Avenue, New York;, Appleby Buldng, A«bury Park, N. J. Resdence, 87 Brood Stnat. Bad Bank Telephone Connectons. OHN S. APPLEGATE SON, J COUNSELLORS AT LAW. Offce corner Broad and Front Streets, RED BANK. N. J. H ENRY M. NEVIUS, COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Hendrckson Block. Trent Street. RED BANK. N. J. FREDERICK W. HOPE, L COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Offces corner Broad and Front Streets, RED BANK. N. J. -tv COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Notary Publc; Supreme Court Kxamhwr. Offces 9 Broad rtreet, RED BANK. N. J. D R. R. W. JEWETT,. D DENTIST. Room 4. Second Natonal Bank Buldng. RED BANK. N. J R. WILLIAM ROSE, D DENTIST. Successor to Dr. R. F. Borden., Gas admnstered. 60 BROAD STREET. RED BANK. N. J. A C. HURLEY, SURVEYOR AND CONVEYANCER. 5 Brdge Avenue. RED BANK. N.,, Wth George Cooper for ffteen years. R. B. F. KING, D VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST. LITTLE SILVER. NEW JERSEY. JUorsca boarded wnter and summer and treated free of charge. \Xf ILLIAM H. FOSTER, "* REAL ESTATE. INSURANCE _. AND LOANS. EATONTOWN, NEW JERSEY. EO. D. COOPER, G CIVIL ENGINEER. Successor to Geo. Cooper, C. E. Postofllce Buldng,.RED BANE. N.. C.EORGE K. ALLEN, JR., *-* CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR. Room 7. Patterson Buldng, Broad Street. RED BANK. N. J. ACOB C. SHUTTS, J AUCTIONEER. Specal attenton gven to sales of farm stock, farm mplements and other personal property. P. O. Address, 9 Broad street. Red Bank. Telephone 264. JLj[ENRY OSTENDORFF. Tuner and Reparer of Panos ana Organs. Offce, do la ReusalUVa (ewclr> etare. Broad Bt- ^» Red Bank, N. I. W L. EDWARDS, COUNSELLOR AT LAW. LONO BRANCH. N. J., (Postoflce Buldng). EATONTOWN, N. J., (Advertser Buldng) D ED BANK NURSES DIRECTORY, *^ EUPIRE THEATER BUILDING, MONUOUTII ST.. Telephone Connecton. RED BANK, N. J UARRY BURDGE, * * ARCHITECT," ATLANTIC Hcn.ANDg.rN. J. V\R. AUSTIN NEAME, * J OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. 73 Broad Street, Red Bonk. N. J. Phono 84. R. SARAH CORLIES WARDELL, D OSTEOPATHIST, 33 Monmouth Street. Red Bank. Tuesdays and Frdays only, 2:30 r. H. to 4:30 p. f. Graduate Amercan School of Osteopathy at Krksvlle. Mssour. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Dr. H. B:. VanDorn DENTIST Second Natonal Bank Buldng Rooms 8 and 9 TTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTVTTTTTf a DR. ROBERT DICKSON, < > Veternaran. DOGS, CATS, TOY DOGS. $ UourdDg DotM. Cnla nnd Homes. Far Haven, N. J. Tel. 6-W. 5 HENDRICKSON S STOUT,: ENSURANCE.! Lfe, Fre, Accdent, J ; Health, Burglary and Casualty. STRONG COMPANIES! REPRESENTED. RENDSICKSON&STOUT. > > O«O W»B» MERCHANTS STEAMBOAT CO. OF MEW JERSEY. Tme Table n Effect September 7th t 90. Subject to chanro.%uhout notce. Steamers Sea Brd and Albertna. FOR NEW YORK. Dally excapt Sunday. Daly except Sunday. A. u.. r.m.. A. x. r. H. Lcavo Her 24, foot of Frankln Street. H.HO 230 I^rnvo Itrd Bank 7.00 S.0O " Ilnttory I.«mlln«8X5 2.60" Far Haven 7.S >.» ArrlvoHghlands about 0.SC 4.40 Locum Pont M " Ocoanlo " OrcBhlo 7.S Lacnt Pont " Ill/hlnndn & Falrllavon " 80 B3B Arrve Unttoy Landng nbout HU t.m " Kod Hunk ".4S 5.60" Frankln Btrxt " N, SUNDAYS Lcavo Per 2*. foot of Frankln Streot... " HntUry I.nmllnr.,, Arrlvo Illuhlnnda about " Occnnlo " Iywuat Pont ".,... *, Kttlr Haven A.M IBB..I..0.SB.0 SUNDAYS. Lcayo Red Hank Far Haven l^tcubt Pont...,20.u Oreanlp, IHtrhlanrta,.., tutrnanna,.., « Arr!v«H«t«rr Undlna-about..., Frankln Straat, rV^ ::::::: a. f.. t»0, ; 4.04 :. s.to ;, NOTICE-At tlattery landng-, all vlovated trnlnn for uptown, aubwayfor ntnwn or tabtooutav f > andaurfacocaraandforrloalostat.nhlandand Urooklyh.eanbaraohda twomlnat«a. v,.««<v7! TROLLKY CONNECTIONS* s \]. :.^f.m AT nnlll.anps va J a T. Go., for 8ton* Ohunh. Atlants Htohtana*. Btlford. K.yport. Hldllatown and Il»rt Hank,. _ >.... """" "&K» < &t

8 *, asjroareowv KEWB. W. Jotarton to Bula a Knr Home jea* th«staton. Joseph W. Jphnston wll shortly ben the erectonof a new house on «swa street, near the ralroad staftaon. The property was bought a c short tme ago by Mr. Johnston. The j$* pljouae wll be occuped by Mr. Lppn- S< v cott of South Eatontown who at one $v"tme had a cattle farm on the land *.,now used by Geoge A. Steele n hs a- nursery busness. * Bnnaway Jtat Wetfc.., A team of horses owned by Peter Coser of Tnton Falls became frghtened last Wednesday whle 6tandng n front of the store of Wolcott Brothers. - The anmals bolted and run toward Shrewsbury. Patrck Drenr nan checked them by wavng hs hands n front of them. The horses fell, < landng on the trolley track. They were not njured and the wagon was not damaged.. A Home-Wad* Heorge. Charles Breese, the undertaker, has fnshed buldng a hearse. He began the hearse sx years ago and worked on t durng hs spare tme. He dd all the work, even to the carvng of thescrollwork on the sdes of the hearse. People who have seen the ve> hde say t s fne work for a home mader. It s beng panted at Charles Hurleys wheelwrght shop at Shrewsbury. V«ltor«Have a Ml«hop. Chrstopher Gabrel of Mlltown and Samuel VanHse and Mss Vctora VanHse of South Rver spent Sunday wth Henry H. OdelL They made the trp n a wagon. As they wore enterng the vllage the horse became frghtened and shed. One of the wagon -wheels was broken. j Trouble Wltl Wre». Somethng went wrong wth the trolley wres Saturday nght and enrs were delayed about half an hour. Sparks shot out from the overhead Wres and for a tme the electrcal dsplay was as brllant as an exhbton of freworks. A Dllocatod Arm. Wllam H. Foster went about wth hs arm n a slng last week. Last Wednesday he was gettng out of a trolley car when the car started suddenly. Hs arm was caught between two uprghts.n the car and a jont was dslocated. *»a MorrU New Po»ltlon. Fred Morrs s employed at Long - Branch n the bookkeepng department of the Consoldated gas company. Ils poston as clerk n the grocery store Of hs father, Wllam E, Morrs, has been taken by Charles Emblcy. Sere for the Wnter. ;George Meyers of Rhyoltc, Nevada, Hafl changed hs plans about returnng hbrne, and he wll stay here durng thewnter. Before makng the trp to ths place he was n Mexco. Wew Cetnont Walk. A cement walk s beng lad n front of the schoolhouse rnd some repars are beng made to the buldng. -HKr«. w,-k. Morrln MOVOB., - : Mrs. "Wllam K. Morrs lus moved from Lews street to Dr. J. C. Rushs house on Broad street. Antl-Saloou Moatng. Samuel Wlson wll speak JoFTle" ant-saloon league at the Baptst church Sunduy nght. Brlet Itomn. Earl Dngman, aged twelve years, Bon of Lews Dngman, s sulforng from parnlysb. He cannot use one ade of hs body. Wllam Dcknson, son of Thomas M. Dcknson, Sr., has recovered from water pox.! Mrs. Mary Elgrm of Vanderburg spent Sunday wth her son, J. W. Elgrm. John Magure and famly have returned from a campng trp. Mrs. Thomas Dcknson, Jr., s vs^ tng at Trenton..-.» m COLTS NEOK HEWS. Wllam Hafferman Injured by a roll from a Waffon. Wllam Hagerman and Arthur Kuhne were drvng out of Harry Hulcks roadway last week. when the horse bolted. Both men were thrown out. Mr. Kuhn escaped njury, but Mr., Hagerman was not so fortunate ^Hs face was cut open, and he was brused. The horse ran n Peter Frawleys blacksmth shop, where t was caught. No damage was done to he wagon. Renewng* Acqantancea. A number of former resdents of ths place were n the vllage last week renewng acquantances. They were Albert Hagerman, Jr., of Brooklyn and Mrs. Holmes Thome of Long Branch, who vsted Mrs. Asher Crawford, and Charles Ackermun of New York. The vstors were accompaned by Harry Hammerslaw of Brooklyn, Holmes Thorno and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Krby of Long Branch. No Oonteat at Prlmarlea. At the prmares yesterday there wore no contests for townshp offces. The Republcans only nomnated one local offcal. He was Edward Taylor, and he wll be elected ah the Democrats dd not nomnate anyone to oppose hm. The Democrats nomnated Robert Bush for overseer of the poor, and Schenck VanDorn and Wllam Leahy for surveyors of the hghway. Three HorM De. A team of horses owned by Joseph Kngston, and a horse owned by Wllam Hagerman ded last week from colc. Mr. Hagermans horse was sck only a few hours. Comng; "fall Fatlval. The annual fall festval of St. MaryB church wll be held next Tuesday on the church grounds. Bref Item. George Crawford. Jr., s gradually recoverng from blood posonng nj hs hand brought on by a Bpders stng. However, ho stll makes daly trps to tho Long Brunch hoaptal to have tho hand dressed. Danel Sullvan and bs daughter Buth of Now York are spendng a week wth Mr. Sullvans Bster, Mrs Herman Sturcko. Peter Frawley s buldng hay Bhclvngs for George Danger. WBWB. "Mv» jr*v Member! Joned tue Pmbjrterlan Obnroh &Mt "Week. The congregaton of the Presbyteran church wan ncreased last week by the addton of fve new membern. They were Wllam II. Foster and hs more than offset the low prces, and tho fnrmorn n ths localty hnd n proo- season. " ghters, Msses Henretta and Jen-perou Foster of Eatontown and Msa. Kennedy and Irvng Lovett of Buns* Tonljht. Slver.,, atmtljr Om. season It drawng to > weeks the LAST DATS? OF OUR ODD SUIT SALE Thursday, Sept. 5; Frday, Sept 6- Saturday, Sept 7. ambsmmbssa^a»ppassjssmws«aaaasbsa»paam»«>s»»««aa»b»a»amsa»aa^asaw«aaajs^aawms»»s»bm»aaaa«a EVERY ODD SUIT MUST GO! NO MATTER WHAT THE LOSS! $2.00, $3.50 and $5.00 Suts, now $5.95. $8.00, $20.00 and $22.50 Suts, now $8.95. Every Hart Schaffner and Marx $20.00 and $22.50 Sut now $.95. Every Hart Schaffner and Marx $25.00 and $30.00 Sut now $5.00. These are all Odd Suts, sutable for Sprng, Fall and Wnter wear. Mostly one and two of a knd, but all szes n the lot. Early selectons are advsable, but the last Sut sold wll be as good value as the frst. Every Sut s guaranteed to gve satsfacton just as though you pad the full prce. GET BUSY. WE ARE NOW OCCUPYING PART OF OUR NEW STORE. NEW FALL SUITS AND HATS ARE READY. The Qualty Store* storey / Open Every Evenng. Red You are most cordally nvted ;: to attend ; Our Autumn Openng Exclusve Mllnery zvhck wll take place Tuesday and Wednesday, ""* September 20th and 2st, 90 A beautful collecton of hgh-class Trmmed Hats, both foregn models and orgnal exquste desgns of our own MILLER MILLINERY PARLORS One Flght Up. n a short tmo tho Benson wll bo wholly ^ovor. On Saturday potatoes fetched*?.20 a barrel, but on Monday thoy ncreased to $.80 a barrel. Potatoes hnvo brought low prces most of tho Bvmmor, but the farmers hnvo had cnormoub crops. Tho lurgo crops Tonght theflremen wll hnvo n soclablo and dance n tho flrehouee. Much nterert ha been mantfeted, and tha affar promlm to be a «uc- «*», The chanolng off of a number of.... J * A. Y. & S. J. JVIILLEk 4S Broad Street, RED BANK, N, J. ///OA/ 70-. urtclob wll bo tho prncpal source of ncome, nnd a Inrgo number of ohtncco have already been taken. Olmnff.uf Qut! Bll Job. Wnltor Ijml^y has gven up hs noblton n» chuutteur for Dr. Ernest Fahnestock and has returnod to Brooklyn. Mr. Fahncstock has a now chauffeur. BrWf It«m«. John Daly ban rcsumod hs poston as a chauffeur at Brooklyn after a vacaton at ht homo here. Thomas Tollman of RedBank took charge of the Westmnster crcle tt at tft* PrebyUran church on Sunday. AddresseB wero modd by Honry MeCloan- and Herbert Murdock of Red Bank. J, Wrffht Brown has lad a cndor sdewalk n front of hs property on Sycamore avonuo. Ho has enlarged hs lawn by sowng grass seed on an adjonng Jot, and has set out a row of nhrubbory on the western end of hs place. Mr. nnd Mrs, Alfred C. Woderholt are vstng Mr, and Mrs. Wllam Obro of Khlnobock, New York., Frank Donna. a carpenter<for Barlng, Johnson ft Frako of Red Bank, Is recoverng from measles. Mls Emtafa. <?r*t» of fattf* Slver l THE CLOTHES DOCTORS. A FIRST-CLASS I CLEANING, PRESSING, REPAIR- : ING AND DYEING STORE WILL BE OPENED THIS WEEK BY t The Clothes Doctors, % MONMOUTH STREET, Near Broad Street. We wll also keep the best lne of Lades and Msses Cloaks, Suts and Skrts, to sut everybodys taste. Ask for a prce lst. We wll open > about Frday or Saturday. LEON L MARCUS, 22 Monmouth Street, Near Broad Street, RED BANK. John McCarthy and famly spent Sunday at Conoy Island. Mss Anna Stllwoll Is vstng frends at Allenhurat.. Mrs. Wllam YanNcss gave brth to a son last Frday. MIBB Evlo Valentno U on a trp to Portland, Mane. spondng a week wth Mrs. Wllam I. r*rnnn_ *, A M«w > Horato Whaler of Marlboro has rentpd Wllljaw luqhmpnv blacksm^ and wheelwrght shop and wll open busness noxt weok. Mr. Applegate, tho panter, wll retan hs carrage pantng quartern In the buldng. Mr. Johnson recently sold hs "noubo to Wllam C. Ely, and ho wll move to Rod Bank. Wuron f One of Honry P. Conovors wagon* s undergong ropars on account of an accdent a few nghts ago. Mr. Conovors on, Rotoau Conovor, and Harold Smock were drvng homo a-jhnokumlth OOsT t Vowa, from Rod Bank, when the horae berhtd t b at a bg whch ppe, came frghtened,wr be used at Browps Jbrdm. Tho anmal Bhcd and tho wagon was overturned. Tho top of tho vohclo was wrecked. Mr. and Mrs. WIMum W. Taylor nnd Mr. and Mrs. Wllam C. Ely havo returned from Asbury Pork, whoro thoy spent part of the summor. Mr. Ely ana nor sons, Charles and Wllam Ely, loft last week for Delaware Water Gap. Wllam Ely s n tho electrcal buslntas at Phladelpha, Albert B. Crawford of TJnton Falls bought a wagon load of calves from fanner* n ths localty on Saturday, John Kelly, has sold hs horse to a Red Bank man,

9 VOLUME XXXIII. /NO. 2. RED BANK, N. J,, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 90. PAGES 9 TO 6. TETLEY BADLY BEATEN. THE r REPUBLICAN ORGANIZATION DEFEATS HIM NEARLY THREE TO ONE. Even Mr. Tetle/s Grand Army Comrades Deserted Hm at the Orders of the Republcan Machne Democratc Nomnees n Doubt,"But the Selectons of the County Commttee Probably Successful Except One Assemblyman. The prmary electon yesterday n Bed Bank resulted n an overwhelmng vctory for the Republcan organzaton. It was generally expected that John T. Tetley would toe beaten for the Republcan nomnaton for mayor by Sammy Sabath by a vote of about three to one, and ths turned out to be the case. In Mr. Tetleys home pollng. place he held the majorty down to 35, but n the other two pollng places the majorty aganst hm was very large.. The Republcan organzaton was well suppled wth funds. Most of the offcals under the town government were very actve n workng for Tetleys defeat, even hs comrades n the Grand Army workng as zealously as any of the others. Mr. Tetley had no organzaton, and no workers, and the drect prmary law has not been runnng long enough to create nterest n the prmary. The Republcans had been combng the town for a couple of weeks for votes for Mr. Sabath. About one-thrd of the Republcan vote of the town was got to the polls, but only about ffteen per cent of the Democratc vote of tho town was polled at ^tb,e Democratc prmary. Last nght t was sad that 95 per cent of the colored vota n Red Bank had been voted for the Tegular Repubjcan tcket. / In Shrewsbury townshp obont the only contest was between Raymond Doughty and Harry Denns for the " Republcan nomnaton for townshp clerk. Doughty won out handly, defeatng Denns by 42 majorty. Denns beat Doughty by seven n the Far Haven dstrct, but Doughty got almost everythng n the Shrewsbury poll. The local opton men on both tckets wefe cut all through the county. The local opton canddates had no organzaton, and the Republcan and Democratc organzatons crossed the names of the local opton men off of every ballot possble. There has been some talk of the local opton people gettng up a full tcket throughout the state for governor, congressmen jnd county and local olcers, and nomnatng such a-tcket by petton. Ths s,not lkely to be done, however, as ths would requre an organzaton extendng over the whole state. The Republcans unted on ther canddates for assembly and freeholder and these were carred through wth- out dffculty. The Republcan canddates for assembly wll be Frederck COLOBED DISTBICT Methodst Conference. WU Do Held lt Central Avenue.Church. A dstrct conference Q the colored Methodst churches of ths secton wll be held at Zon church on Central avenue, Red Bank, next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. The conference wll begn at noon on.tuesday. Specal evenng exercses wll be held. From 75 to 00 delegates are expected to be present from the prncpal towns and ctyes of the state. Pastors and other church representatves wll gve reports of the work among colored people n varous localtes, and on Thursday nght J. T. Sproul, presdent of the state Chrstan Endeavor unon, wll make an address. Invtatons have been extended to all Chrstan Endeavor unons to be present. Rev. J. J. Adams, the pastor, has made arrangements for a bg meetng..- BBOAJJ/STBEET LOTS EXCHANGED. Xrnert A. Ar*nd to Buld Kalan Stncoc? House for Own Ocoupanoy. Ernest A. Arend, who recently bought M. M. Davdsons vacant lot on Broad street, near Irvng place, has bought from George B. McCarthy the lot at the northeast corner of Broad street and Bergen place. The lot has a frontage of 00 feet on Broad street and s 200 feet n depth. Mr. Arend gave Mr. McCarthy the lot he bought from Mr. Davdson as part payment.. Mr; McCarthy now has a plot of 42 feet on Broad street, part of Whch runs through to Hudson avenue. Mr. Arend s havng plans drawn for a fne resdence to be bult on the corner property. The house s to be of Italan stucco Btyle and s to be bult for hs own occupancy. The real 4 estate exchange was made by W. A. Hoppng. - BIO SALE OIWAIL FAPEB. ^Thousands of Sols at Bargan Prlcea at n. Wat & Companys. Thousands of rolls of wall paper have been placed on specal sale at thq R. West companys store at Keyport. The regular stock of tho store has been augmented by tho purchase of a bg quantty of wall pnper from Wllam II. Mars & company of New. York. Tho goods comprse a wde varety to select from, and tho stock s ono of tho largest over carred n a Monmouth county store. Mew Grocery Btora OpBntd. John I/. Bennetts now grocery store at Far Haven was opened for bus-, nofs ths mornnr. Herbert Schumann, who formerly worked for tho lato George J. Hendrcksor, n omploycd by Mr. Bennett. Mrs. Bonnett wll assst her husband at the ntore. / Flold Farm Bale. Tho adjourned Bnlo of tho Feld farm In Mddlotown townnhlp wll bo held next Frday at tho Globe hotol. Tho Rlo wll bo hold by Charles J. Parkor of Mnnsquan, and Jacob C. Shutts of Red Hunk wll bo the nuctonqcr. _ Bpealal Prloes on Frut Jars. Glaaa frut jura, quarts, 60 contn, pnts, «, -. / l n B l l 0 S 2 G contfl por, dozen. F. F, "Su mouth / strool, Red BdnM, par dozon; glass frulgara, cents per dozon) frut glowes. Supp, l.-r/au., Mon- H. Won- Returns are comng n The ndcatons are that M. Schuppan, Peter Vredenburgh and Frank P. Yarnall. The freeholder canddates wll be Dr. Edwn Feld, Howard B. Leroy, Elmer E. Polhemus, Obadah W. F. Randolph and Walter S. Reed. The Democratc nomnees for assembly and freeholder are stll n doubt at the tme THE REGISTER goes to press., very slow. John M, Corles, John Daly, Thomas Edward Jeffres, Robert C. Thompson and Charles M. Wyckoff are the nom-r nees for freeholder. For assembly the ndcatons are that Elmer E. Geran, James A. Hendrckson and Leon R. Taylor are nomnated. Returns from less than half the county have been receved, but most of the populous townshps have been heard from and t s not lkely that the vote n the remanng townshps wll change the above estmates. SHXEWSBtTBT KV KABRTCD. Thomas O. Bookhll Beooma the SCustand of a Phladelpha Grl. Thomas C. Rockhll, son of Charles M-. Rockhll of Shrewsbury, was marred last Wednesday at hs home to Mss Martha Haney of Phladelpha. The ceremony was performed by Rev. H. R. Robnson of Red Bank. About ffty guests were present. The brde wore a sut of whte slk wth a vel to match, and the gown of Mss Katlerne Kearns of New York, the brdesmad, was of smlar materal. Uel Rockhll, a brother of the groom, was groomsman. The couple left for a short weddng trp. They wth lve wth the grooms parents durng the fall and wnter. GEORGETKELWEDDED EATOHIOWH MINISTER MABBIED AIT ASHLAND QIBL CAST WEEK. Tle Ceremony Took Place at tbe Mnster! Summer Cbarg*e at Ashland Conple Leave for a Weddng- Trp to Berln, Germany. Rev. George A. Leukel, son of J. Wlhelm Leukel of Eatontown, was marred last Wednesday nght to Mss Maran "S. MacFadden, daughter of WHam W. MacFadden of Ashland, at the Presbyteran church at that place. Mr. Leukel preached at the, Ashland church durng the past year. and scratches. The wagon and lar LEG BROKEN Ift RUNAWAY WILLIS SMITH Or-BBAKCH AVUMU IKJtrBED BY PALI TBOM WAOO*. The Bnnaway OoenrM on Beeoh street Last Saturday Afternoon Wagon and Harness Badly Damage* Mr. Smths Slater Eoapts Injury. Wlls Smth, son of Arthur B. Smth of Branch, avenue, suffered a broken leg n a lvely runaway on Beech street Saturday afternoon. He s employed as a salesman for the H. B. Clafln company at New York. He and hs sster Dorothy and a colored man were drvng on Beech street when the shaft broke; The shaft struck the horses leg and frghtened the anmal. Mr. Smth tred to pull n the horse, but some of the harness broke and the anmal became terrfed. It broke nto a run and fled across a tenns court on Beech street. Mr. Smth was thrown out and hs leg was broken at the ankle. He lay on the ground unconscous. Dorothy and the colored man retaned ther seats n the wagon. The colored man grasped the chld wth both hands and kept her from fallng nut. The horse ended ts flght when OPENINGS. B«a Bank Mlllnera Arrangng- Btooks for Autumnal Showngs. The mllnersof Red Bank are arrangng for ther fall openngs ths week and next week. H. G. Fellows and Mrs. VanBrackle have advertsed ther openng for Thursday, Frday and Saturday of ths week. Mss Marcuss openng dayb are Frday and Saturday of ths week and Mss A. L. Morrs has announced Saturday as the day she wll dsplay fall styles. The Msses Mller, who have ther parlors n THE REGISTER buldng, wll hold ther fall openng Tuesday and Wednesday of next week. Advertsements of these frms appear n ths ssue of THE REGISTER. WORK ON ROAD STARTED CHAUOES HADE IN COTTOSE OP THE BED BANK-HOLMDEL HIOHWAY. The Boad from Brookdole Farm to Browns Brdge, Hear Holmdel, Belngr Graded and Graveled Wll Cat Through Lews S. Thompsons Lands. Last week the work of gradng and gravelng the county road from Lews S. Thompsons Brookdale farm at BIRTHDAY OF A CHURCH. ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION AT THE CHAPEL OF THE HOLY COMMUNION. The Ceremones Took Place at the Far Haven Church on Smday and Concluded Wth a Socal Meetng at Monmouth Hall on Monday Nght The Church Was Consecrated 25 Years Ago Last Thursday.. \ condton. The church property s The celebraton of the 25th annversary of the consecraton of the Chapel of the Holy Communon at Far Haven was observed Sunday wth fttng ceremones. The true annversary fell on Thursday of last week but the celebraton was held Sunday so that the larger part of the churchs membershp could attend the servces. The days celebraton began wth a communon servce at nne oclock whch all the communcants of the parsh were nvted, to attend. Rev. the wagon struck a small maple tree.?-..mompson-s rsrookaae xarrn M The occupants of the wa K on were Lmcroft to Browns brdge nea thrown out,-but nether of them was Holmdel, was begun. Ths road leads njured except for a few flrht bruses Erectly to Broad street Red Bank Bn,l KPratchPs. Th e waron and har- " us? d to end at Shrewsbury avenue, j but about a year ago t was extended Both narty organzatons adopted The weddng was one of great n-! ness were badly darndge to Broad street The Red Bank end, the plan of endorsng certan cand- tcrest at Ashland on account of the Mr. Smth was takerhome ; and hs «th^hwav was gradeu and " dates and the leutenants n both brdes actvty n church work. Her broken leg wad set by Dr. Wllam D. ^ ^ the U - Bla - and partes were nstructed to support the father was one of the organzers of j Say re. He wll be lad up about sx, ^ J - men selected. Ths led to qute a mx- the church, andhe s an elder. The up n tho Democratc party. A htter! church was thronged wth guests. : fght s beng waged aganst Surrogate Rev. Samuel D. Prce of Camden, forweeks. HIGHLANDS ETOBE BOBBED. Crater by ex-sherff SWardus. Johnlmerly of Shrewsbury, performed the tme the road was t\- j tended. Some changes wll be made, n the ; road n order to do away wth some sharp turns. : About a year ago M Carr, who was generally understood ceremony, to represent the Crater facton n Key- den, a sster of the brde, was brdes- Dr. Boearduss selecton, were both Planfeld, a classmate of Mr...,, canddates for the nomnaton for \ was groomsman. The brde-wore a lands, opened Mr. Johnson s orage ; At a recent county com* whte gown and carred chrysanthe- store Monday mornng he found that the place had been entered durng the freeholder. mtteemeetng t was suggested that mums. both men wthdraw n the nterest of; Mr. and Mrs. Leukel are on % a-trp harmony, and Mr. Cjrr wthdrew, t; to Berln, Germany, where the groom beng understood that Mr. Mason wll contnue hs stud? of phlosophy, would wthdraw al?o. After Mr. Carr j Upon hs return he wll loqk for a announced hs wthdrawal Mr. Mason j charge. He s a graduate of the Red decded to reman n the race. j Bank hgh school, Rutgers college and Then the county commttee pot to- j Prnceton theologcal semnary. Whle gcther and selected canddates for as- at Rutgers he won the hghest honors,,. Q_"..;W M U.,,.T?.,, Money and Merchandse Stolon Prom Thompson bought a small porton of Mss Sarah M. MacFad-, Qt* naln v Jonnson, s DrU(r storo. j Holmes Conovcrs farm at Lncroft r.. w Tm 5mtl o clprl-.t r.rnnhn The course of the road wll be changed port, and John W. Maton, who was ; maul and Rev. -Royal A. Stout of ; Yjohnson^ ue store t the Hteh" to n through ths land, the rght of nr RnrnrHhss BnWHnn wep lntn Planfeld. a classmate of Mr. Leukel. > V. Johnson s dug store at tne ±gn- ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ through ths property havng been gven to the county by Mr. Thompson. Tho road wll and that about $35 n cash" nnd ; <>, M) cu * through a porton of Mr. S50 worth of merchandse had! Thompsons Brookdale farm, and wll jon the present road n front of Thomas Mullns place., ure aw. co...«...*..-.,.. : T he? ha "B e w " P ut ou }, f " se a o together late Sunday nght and strp of the present road about an hat tme everythng was all rght, eghth of a mle long. Ths porton./rrmn fnnnr t w hnln h«a >, «j of the road wll be abandoned and [ flled n. Matthew- Mulln and Mrs. I Mchael Ryan, two resdents lvng on and Davton K Went-! "," "^" left the I QUEST OF HIS PUPILS. Teaoher and Those He Used, to ard a bottle of tolet water. Instruct Bevew the Past. [ cgarettes and tolet water Prof, and Mrs, freeholder from among the n a compettve examnaton, and also j The canddates, for f ree- was awarded a number of przes n holder who were thus selected are j debates. He was ordaned as a mn- j those who^e nomnatons are ndcated lster by Monmouth Presbytery last n the results so far receved. Abram! sprng. O. Johnson of Monmouth Beach was j - ~ < one of the canddates selected for as- j sembly by the commttee, but the nd- \ catons are that he wll fall behnd! Elmer E. Geran of Matawan and that, Mr. Geran wll be the nomnee. I The vote on Unted States senator of Farmngdale was lght all over the state. Edward Postmaster and C. Stokes has probably receved the of Lncroft. Mr. most votes and James on the Democrato tcket so far as at Farmngdale. After forty years learned., servce as a teacher he retred a few _ years ago. I Whle at the Conover home a re- j j cepton was gven to hm. It was j arranged by hs brother-n-law, Henry j Bed Bank Boy Drawng Bj Crowds at, A. Conover. A number of frends that sphot had been back Charles Clark of NaVesnk, who! f s ^ of th. e "ad, wll be cut off from the road by Brookdale land nght. Hs sut case" was searched! new hghway, v after the robbery was dscovered and ever -, ha, s a f reed. n t were many packs of cgarettes j enough land to B - The to the road - were, from the road by Brookdale land, whch s betwe.en ther places and the p ThomD^on howtransfer to them thom a drveway The brdge over the brook n front 6n the Republcan tcket Icpal of the Lncroft school about. been und. Clark s about E. Martne s n the lead! thrty years ago, and later he taught > eals old and n-896 he was nncvnlfb t.pltft; sn far as I nt W»rtnnD-,lnlo Aftpr fnrtv vpn-s I mate of tn e Rahway cforma was an torv. hrough, wll be kept from washng away o REV. ROBERT MACKELLAR. Robert MacKelar of Red, Bank, who s rector of the church, conducted the j servce. The church was flled at ths (servce as well as at the afternoon servce, whch was held at four oclock. At the afternoon servce Mr. Mac- Kelar gave an address, n whch he gave the hstory of the church. The Chapel of the Holy Communon, whch s more commonly known as the Far Haven Epscopal church, was consecrated September 8th, 885, by Rev. John Scarborough, bshop of New Jersey, who s stll lvng and who re-,.: cehtly vsted the church and confree from debt and a far surplus s n the treasury. The churoh property s centrally located n Far"Haven and s one of the most valuable plots along the man road. The church was bult durng the rectorshp of Rev. W. O. Embury, who at that tme was rector of St. Georges church of Rumson. The frst Epscopal servces held at Far Haven were the result of the efforts of Mr. and Mrs. Lews O. handler. The servces were held n the vllage schoolhouse. Ths was n 88. The servces were later held n Lberty hall. Mr. Chandler was the frst treasurer of the church and of the Sunday-school. Whle the Epscopalans were worshppng n Lberty Hall a church socety, whch s known today. as St. Georges Guld, was formed and began collectng money for a church buldng. Ths work was started by Mrs. Lous O. Chandler, Mrs. Charles A. Hendrckson, Mrs. John Soden and Rev. Mr. Embury. Other early workers at the church wero Mss, Ella Hendrckson, who was rurch organst many years, Frances Many, W. V. Beunett and George Hendrckson. Bshop Scarborough made hs frst vst and preached hs frst sermon at the Far Haven church on Sunday, November 8th, 883. The next year the present church ste was bought and n November, 884, tho cornor stone was lad. The church was completed the followng year. Mr. MacKelar gave a record of events at the church n hs address" Sunday. The frst weddng took place at the church September 30th, 885, when Joshua B. Mnton marred M CHAMPLIN HEBE THIS WEEK. MA* GO IN VAUDEVILLE. Frod Zleg-ler Becevea an Offer to Exhbt Hs Traned Horse. Fred Zegler of Lttle Slver has re- I Wll UC IVtUt UUll. VYllS...!^ CtYUV U. -,. _ j? It cavng n by concrete walls on the I fl ed a, (;la^ [ > oun K folk 5,,. I north and south sdes of the brooks. The church hus prospered durng work s-beng done by the Mon- I the quarter of -a century and the h contractng company of Red eh «rc h begns ts new quarter of a j,.! century wth condtons brghter than ever. The church has recently been repanted und the grounds put n fne BED BANK OIBL MAEBIED. Mary A. Mansfeld. The couple are stll lvng and ther chldren attend the Sunday-school. Other, rectors at the church who * followed Mr. Embury were Rev. J. Buchannon Drysdale, Rev. J. C. Hall, Rev. F. B. Crozer and Rev. Robert : MacKelar, the present pastor, who took charge ten years ago.- The board- of trustees conssts of L. B. Battn, George Hendrckson, Lous O. Chandler and Henry J. Schneder.- > Mr., Schneder s the church treasurer. The celebraton servces were contnued Monday nght wth a socal meetng at Monmouth hall. The pastors of neghborng churches were present and made addresses. The church offcals and the pastor were hghly congratulated for havng the. church, n such a fne sprtual and fnancal condton. L, " Prok lyoeum wth Hs Company, j were present, among them beng some! ceved an "offer to exhbt hstrck Msa Helen Hall BateB necomes Wfe of Charles K. Champhn and hs as-; of Mr. Flandreaus former pupls, j horse n a vaudevlle show house at Matawan Man. socate players are at Frck lyceum j Remnscences of old school days were j New York. The manager has offered j Mss Helen Hall Bates of Red Bank ths week wth an entrely new lne oftalked over, and the aged educator hm a salary of $50 a month, but Mr. CHICKENS STOLEN. scenery and electrcal effects. was deeply moved by the remem- Mr. Champln s drawng bg houses wth hs popular prced plays, and he s gvng the theater-gong publc of ths.vcnty a great treat ths week. Monday nght hs company played "The Powers That Be." It was a poltcal show that exposed the grafter. The performance made a bg ht, beng gven on the eve of prmary day. Last nght he gave "Shore Acres" a great rural drama. Tonghts play wll be "The Walls of Jercho." Tomorrow nght the play wll be "The Reformer," Frday nght "The Arzona Lmted" and Saturday nght "The House of a Thousand Jewels." The company wll also gve a matnee Saturday afternoon. Ten fve dollar gold peces wll be gven away Saturday nght to holders of door checks havng the lucky numbers. CONGEST IIXXT WEEK. Phlharmonc Socety of Bofl Bank to Staff "Bose Maden" Next Monday Nght. The Red Bank Phlharmonc socety wll gve the cantata of "Rose Maden" at the Baptst church next Monday nght. The solosts wll be Mrs. Frank Howland and Mss Grace Cook of Long Branch, and Dr. Vctor Ballard, Dr. Herbert Wlhams and R. G. Pegley of Red Bank. Frank Ormsby of New York wll also assst n the cantata. The accompansts wll be Prof. Rudolph Malchow on the voln, J. D. Otterson on the cello and J. Bertram Fox of New York at the pano. brances of many ncdents brought to hs mnd by hs pupls of thrty years ago. MELON FEAST FOB I.ODOE. Bed Bank Daughter* of Lberty Have Water Mtlon Teat Last Week. The Daughters of Lberty held a water. melon feast n ther meetng room n the postoffce buldng last Frday nght. About 75 members were present. Besdes the feast of melons musc and other dversons occuped the evenng. Mss Mnne Dunbar gave several selectons on the pano. Przes were gven for the persons who gathered the largest number and the smallest number of seeds from the melon they had eaten." The frst prze, a chocolate cup and saucer, was won by Mrs. George Dunbar. Mrs. Emma Vernell receved a meat fork as a consolaton prze, she gettng the smallest number of seeds. Bed Banker Konored: Harry C. Pay of Red Bank has been apponted a member of the entertanment commttee of the Funeral Drectors assocaton of New Jersey. The appontment was made yesterday by Presdent Wllam M. Dufford of Oowenn "Boae Maden" wll be rendered by n large chorus, wth the assstance of the followng artsts, at the Red Bank Baptst church, on Monday evenng, September 9th: Mrs. F. L. Howland, Mss Grace Crook, Dr. Vctor Ballard, R. G. Pegloy, Prof. Rudolph Malchow, and Mr. Frank Ormsby, the celebrated New York tenor: Mr. J. Bertram Fox of New York wll be nt the pano. Tckets enn be obtnned nt Knckerbocker pharmacy, Leon de la Heusslles jewelry store, or from members of* the Phlharmonc socety. Adv. Wll Sol Papera All Wnter. C. R. Colo of Atlantc Hghlands, who conducts n newspaper stand and souvenr post card busness n Ernest Lautonslagcrs buldng nt that place, wll keep hs store opon all wnter. Last year Mr. Cole closed the placo shortly nftor Labor Day and ho spent tho wntor wth rclntlvoa n Now York and Washngton. Mr. Cole sells tho RED BANK REGISTER at hs stand. Free Wlnc. A bottle of good Calforna port, sherry or clnret, gven away froe wth our dollar a full quart Cabnet, whakoy ovory Saturdny. J, I, Monnky, 0 East Front Btrcot, Red Bank. Adv..very Boy ana Olrl lllco, to botjn tho now Bchool term wth now clothes. Got thom vat tho dry goods etoro of Joseph Sulz, Rod Bank, tho reanona aro nelf-ovldont, Adv. 0-X-O on top of O-X-0 bread; olso on bottom. Look for It. Ad Paterson. James H. Sexton and John N. Burts of Asbury Park are members of ths commttee. I Death of Aged Woman. Mrs. Mary Wllams of Sprng street, Red Bank, ded Sunday. She was eghty years old. "he funeral was held ths afternoon at the colored Methodst church at Red Bank, and the bural was n Whte Rdge cemetery at Eatontown. Daffarle Pejrle. Mrs. Alfred Degars of West Front street and Wllam Fehrlo of Sayrevlle were marred Sundny, September 4th, at the Epscopal rectory by Rev. Robert MacKelar. They wll lvo at Red Bank._ Apptndloltla Patent. Frnnk Haley, nn Everett farmer, who was formerly engaged n the carmans busness at Red Bank, was taken to tho Long Branch hosptal for appendcts last week. An effort wll be mado to euro hm wthout an opera-. ton. Unon Meetng Tonltft. Tho Shepherds of BoRlehom wll hold a unon meetng und annversary celebraton In ther mootng room tonght. J number of tho supremo offcers wll b«present. Low run to tne Wat. Pennsylvana Ralroad. Tckets to Rocky Mountans, Pacfc Const, Western Canada, Mexco nnd SouthwoHtorn pontn on snlo September 4 to October 4, Inclusve, ut reduced faros. Commt nunruat Tcket Agent, or C. Studds, ), P. A., Ma Ffth avenue, New York. Adv. W. A. TrtMX N BO, OXCIUBIVO Bolng agents for Chnso & Snnboms famous ons and coflfeo. Zegler has not decded whether or not to accept the offer. He exhbted hs horse n a prvate tent at the recent Red Bank far, but he ddnot do as well as he antcpated. The horse wentdeaf one day and was unable to understand hs masters commands. Mr. Zegler also found that the tent he had selected for the performance Harold and George Voorhs of Red was not bg enough to put the horse through all ts trcks. and Chester Allan Arthur of Matawan j were marred at Trnty Epscopal church Monday mornng by the Rev. Robert MacKelar. Mss Bates wore a gown of whte crepe de chne and a pcture hat to match. About a score of guests were present, they beng Thomas Bates, father of the brde; Mr. and Mrs. Thonas Voorhs and HOUSE WABMINQ PABTT. Members of Bed Bonk Bran Band Have a Jolly Tme at Lttle slver. Twelve members of the Red Bank brass band were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Myron L. Campbell of Lttle Slver on Monday nght at a "house warmng".at Mr. Campbells new bungalow on Markhnm place. Some Lttle Slver people were also at the party ana about twenty guests were present n all. Tho porch was lghted wth Japanese lanterns, and most of j the evenng was spent n lstenng to musc played by the band on the stoop. Refreshments of sandwches, coffee and cake were served, and,cgars were passed around. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell were the recpents of a mahogany rockng char from ther guests. BED BANK LODOES BIBTHDAY. Senatoral Lodge of Knlght of Pythas To Celebrate Event Wth Bff Danoe. The seventh annual recepton of the Red Bank colored lodge of Knghts of Pythas wll be held at Frck lyceum Wednesday nght, September 28th. Ono of the evenngs attractons wll bo an exhbton drll by Seasde company of Long Branch. Walter F. Bank, Mr. and Mrs: H. E.. Fnch of Mddletown, N. Y.; Mss Irene M. Bates of Rutherford, J. H. Wells of Denvlle, Mss Charlotte Bates of Hackensack, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur and daughter Jesse of Matawan, and C. A. Wells of New York. After the weddng ceremony a breakfast was served at the home of the brdes Bster, Mrs. Thomas Voorhs of Shrewsbury avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur left on ther weddng trp for a tour through the South. On ther return they wll make ther home at Matawan. Slver Cnp for Calno Manager. Wllam M. Foster of Atlantc Hghlands, who has been an offcer of the Atlantc Hghlands casno assocaton ffteen years, receved a slver lovng cup Saturday nght n recognton of the fathfulness and enthusasm he has shown toward the assocaton. Saturdays meetng marked the offcal endng of ths seasons work nt the casno. The wnners of the summer bowlng contest were F. W. P. Brung and Mss Ida Raymond, each of whom won a slver cup. The Clothe* Doctors. Leon & Marcus wll open ths week a cleanng, pressng, reparng and dyeng store on Monmouth street, near Broad street. The men call themselves "the clothes doctors," and they 2 Powls a Few Days Ago. Twenty-one chckens owned by Myron L. Campbell of Lttle Slver were stolen, a few nghts ago. The chckens were kept n a buldng n the rear of Mr. Campbells wheelwrght shop, whch s some dstance from hs house. When Mr. Campbell went to feed the chckens n the mornng he found some of them roamng n the gardens of hs neghbors. Hs horse, whch was kept n the buldng wth the chckens, was outsde. When the chckens came home to roost at nght 2 of them were mssng. On the ground were a number of spots of blood, showng that the theves had klled some of the fowls by wrngng off ther heads. HURT nr A^TP ITewark Mans BUouWer Broken Near Mddletown Monday Nght. Harry Northgrave of Newark suffered a broken shoulder and bruses on varous parts of hs body n an. automoble accdent at Centervlle, near Mddletown, Monday nght. Northgrave was tryng to keep ahead of another machne and was gong at a speedy pace when hs, automoble upset. He and two women wth hm were thrown out of the machne an,d, " tumbled n a promscuous heap n the! road. The women escaped wth a few slght njures. Northgrave was at- v tended by Dr. P. P. Rafferty, who happened along shortly after the accdent occurred, DIES IN IrONDON. Alexander Gordon, Monmoutl Comtys Largest Mortgage Bolder, s Dead. Alexander Gordon, a poneer resdent of Asbury Park, ded n London Sunday from stomach trouble wth whch he had suffered several months. He was 68 years old. Mr. Gordon was a mllonare and was perhaps the largest mortgage holder n Monmouth county. He became nterested n thssocton of the coast about thrty years ago and made Asbury Park hs permanent home. He always returned from hs yearly London trps to cast hs vote at Asbury Park. Last year Mr. Gordon spent the summer at hs summer home on the Rumson road. FALL CLOTHES. LAST SATS OS SALB. Bargan Offerngs at Davdsons4 Saturday Nght. M. M. Davdsons sale.of odd suts ends Saturday. He has determned to, get rd of every odd sut no matter what loss may be ncurred and he has marked. the clothnju down to rdculously low prces. The suts are sutable for sprng, fall and wnter wear; and all szes are n the lot. Mr. Davdsons guarantee goes wth each sale, just the same as f the purchaser pad the regular. prce. A new stock of fall suts and hats have been placed on dsplay n part of the new store. Crags orchestra of New York wll wll be renuy to d octo r clothes of any play for dancng.- he commttee n! knd fl. om sewng on a button or charge of the recepton conssts of j Wllam E. Rock, Augustus Ferguson, Henry Smpson, Charles E. Mller and E. A. Carroll. Uuolamod Letters. The followng s u lst-of advertsed letters remanng n the Red Bank postoflca for the week endng September 0th, 90: Easer Alulorsnn,.Monmoutl avenue, Mrn. 0. A. AKlermn.S Itnlev.loo llllltlanll, Imvld ICTKlenar Mr«. 0a O. KunllH, Mm. M. N. ltleh. MIH.H ltllor, (tmlnol nut-hp.), MIHH Ilnnfloy, Kyo JclrHtm, MIHH Annlo Jucohl, (two), Mm. Jula I.OHK- Htreot, Mm. (J>n. Muore, NolUnlln llroh,, Mrn. PutterHon, 3l -- VJ Helyea, V... Johnson, lnvllhnlth, <J. Hohnncr, Mu-KrtrotTutlJIl, (lulmoppo Trntlut, llnlet WIIIMIHIIII, Wley WatklH. Ball at the Hghland!. ChnrloH Aufurn of tho Hghland" wll gve n ball Frday nght, September loth, at Bernard Crcghton pavlon at that placo. A -llvc-peco orchostrn from Newark wll play for dancng nnd n prr.o wll bo gvun for tho best wnltzor., Card of Thanks, Wo wsh to llunk all those who nnfllntod, for thor knd norvlcon nnd lovng wordn of sympathy, durng tho recant lllnocb and denth of! our beloved mothor. Mm.,T. L. APPUWMTK, MRS. J. H. VANSCHOIK., MRS. J.W.JBYUH!, closng a rp to makng a sut of the fnest qualty nnd latest style. They wll also carry a lne of womens and msses cloaks, suts and skrts. Former Aaaeuor Dead. Alvn B. Hnllenbakc of New York, n former assessor of Mddletown townshp, ded last Saturday n hs 73d year. Death was due to the nfrmteh nnd dseases ncdent to old age. Mr. Hallenbake engaged n farmng nenr Port Monmoutl when he lved n Mddletown townshp. The funernl wan held at Now York, and the bural WUB n Far Vew cemetery. Concert of the Phlharmonc socety to bo held at the Baptst church, Red Bunk, on September 0th. CowcnH "Roue Maden" wll bo rendered by a largo chorus, wth tho ahnxtanco of tho followng artsts: MrB. F. L. Uowland, Mrs Grace Crook, Mrs. Snmucl Sabath, Dr. Vctor Ballnrd, Mr. It. G. Pegley, Dr. II. E. Wllnmn, Mr. Rudolph Mnlchow nnd Mr. Frank Ormsby, the celebrated New York tenor.; and Mr. J. Dortrnm Fox, at tho pno. l Tck.otH may bo obtaned at Knckorbockor pharmacy, do la RUUHBIIIOB Mweh-y utorc, or from members of Itu Hoccty. Adv.., O-X-0 bread Is.cloan, santary and appetzng. > UBO It once and you wll uno t always. O-X-0 Broad com- Monmouth Btre«t, Hod Bankv-^ J. Krdel Lays In a Stock of Autnnra Wearng- Apparel. Clothng for fall use s beng specalzed at the store of J. Krdel. The goods carred aro of the Kuppenhcmer make, and Mr. Krdcls own specal talored suts for men and young men. A bg stock of boys suts have been lad n, and a few lght and medum weght suts for men, boys andchldren are advertsed at less than half prce. The latest Roods receved at the store comprse a fall lno/of J. B. Stetson hatn, Manhattan shrts, neckwear, hosery and other small fxngs. New Fool Boom at Far Haven.. Lee Lttlo wll opon a pool room n the Parker buldng at Far Haven whch wll bo vacntcd n a few days by E. H. Wlber. Mr. Wlbor has occuped tho buldng many years aa a cgnr ftand. Ho wll qut tho retal cgar busness and ho wll conduct hs wholesale busness at hs resdence. ^ - T - ^. MnpUlne, wth granulated nugnr and Water added makoh a delcous syrup at a cost of 3c. per quart. Try Mnplcno n custards, enkd, cng, ce cream, candy, etc. Ask your grocer for t. Sneolol M»pl«lne Dont forgot to nttond tho specal demonstraton of Mnplcno ut Doremua Bros. Co., Saturday, all day and ovonlng. DOIICIOUB dantes wll be Borvod. Adv. Church Mows. The subject for tonght at the Frst Methodst church s "The Kngdom of God n the Home." Next Sunday mornng Rev. H. Rdgely Robnson wll preach on the "The Kngs Own. The topc for Sunday nghts servces wll be "Snapshots." Rev. J. W. Rogan wll preach- Sunday nght on "Some Reasons Why We Should Crown Jesus Kng." The corner-stone of the new Pros/ byteran church wll be lad next Tuesday afternoon. Addresses wll bo made by the Moderator of tho Monmouth Presbytery and by local pastors. Rev. W. B. Mattoson wll preach next Sunday mornnp; on "Money," and at nght on "Our Publc Schools." Lnoky Georr* Crawford. Frank Palce, the Holmdel barber, dsposed of hs gold watch on tho cooperatve plan last week. Tho watch went to Georgo Crawford. Mr. Crawford has been very fortunato of lato. and gettng tho watch was rght trt lno wth hs recent lucky streak. He was ono. of tho thrco-man team who won tho shoot at Asbury Park, and ho says fortune has smled on hm over < snce. Good creamery butter 35 cents per pound. Gco. I). Wllams & Co,, jart around tho cornor from- Broad street. Groceres, frut and vegetables. 28 Monmouth fltrcot. Phone 442. a Or* dors delvered promptly. Adv. Mrs. Conover of Pleasant Vlley sayn that tho Iron Mountan pe«h«k* L sho bought from mo beat anythng folk flavor Bho over canned. Drop " for orders. Th«o. BtllmU, N.J, " - ) M

10 NEWS FROM MIDDLETQWN BOARDING HOUSES ARE CLOSED AFTER MOST PROSPEROUS SEASON IN HISTORY. Olver C. Ayres of Locust Pont s Fxng Part of H* House Upjfor Potoffce Quarters Charles Brown of Belford Hurt n Exploon on Motor Boat-Mr, and Mrs. John Thel of Belford Wll Return from Germany Next Month., houses have been closed untl next sprng. At Navesnk and New -Monmonth there are stll a number of boarders who ntend to stay at the farmhouses untl after the crops are harvested. Bssdtnca Into Poatoffles. Olver ~C. Ayres of Locust Pont, who has been apponted postmaster of Locust Pont, s convertng part of hs dwellng nto sutable quarters for the postofflee. The offce s at present located n C. Albert Mounts grocery store. Bxplpslon on Motor Boat. _ Charles Brown of Belford was slghtly hurt by aw exploson on a motor boat last week. The gasolene tank leaked and the gasolene caught fre from the engne and caused an exploson. The boat was, somewhat damaged. Mr. Brown was takng the boat from Port Monmouth toatlantc Hghlands at the tme of the accdent. He naled another boat and was towed ashore. Brpscted Boms ITaxt Month. Mr. and Mrs. John Thel of Belford, who have been vstng relatves n Germany the past three months, wll leave on ther return trp about October st Mr. and Mrs. Thel have vsted many scenes of ther chldhood whle away and many resdents of Belford have receved souvenr cards from them showng pctures of places vsted by the couple. Durng Mr. and Mrs. Thels absence ther store at Belford has been conducted by ther daughter, Mrs. Henry Granderath, Tltlt From Wealng- Party. Mss Llan Garvey of Headdens "Corner, Jerry Clark and son Davd of New York and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Haug of Portchester, New York, have been vstng Mr. and Mrs. George A. Eoger of Navesnk. Mr. and Mrs. Haug were marred last Wednesday and spent part of ther weddng trp wth Mr. and Mrs. Roger. County Tampnanca nettng. Tho Monmouth county womens temperance unon, wll hold ts annual fall meetng at the New Monmouth. Baptst church next Wedneedy. MrB. Ella Boole, presdent of the New York temperance unon, wll be tho evenng speaker. Her topc wll bo "Problem for tho Patrots." " Good Kllng at Fort Monmonth. The Port Monmouth and Belford fshermen are enjoyng Rood fshng. The catches have been heavy nnd the prces good. The fshng smacks hnvo bought up most of tho mossbunkers caught by the fshermen durng the past two weeks, payng the fshermen 25 cents a bushel for ther catches. Vrotparad In the South. Mr. and Mrs. Albert VanZee of Vrgna have been vstng Mr. Van- Zees parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aart Van- from a vst to ther aunt at Green r Zee of New Monmouth. Mr. VanZee Valley. s a former Mddletown boy and he The Lawler famly, who have been went South for hs health. He has spendng severnl weeks at the Henry Wallng cottage nt Port Monmouth, prospered there and now owns much returned to ther Newark home last Southern real estate. week. Trash Ar Camps Closed. Wllam C. Bennett of Belford has Camp Woolfe and Camp Cornell, recovered from the effects of a fall fresh ar camps at Belford and Port from a peach tree. Dr. George D. Monmouth, whch are operated n the Fay of Atlantc Hghlands attended nterest of poor chldren of the slums hm. of New York, closed for the season Mrs. Isnah Gant, an aged resdent last week. Over four hundred chldren were cared for at the two camps ths Bummer. Xasnmaa Bar Studes. Mss Alva T. Runyon of Belford hns resumed her studes at Traners prvate school at Perth Amboy. Mss Runyon had to fjve up her studes last sprng on account of poor health and her course at the school was kept. open for her untl fhe reganed her Health. Camp Meetngs Over. The colored camp meetngs whch have been n progress several weeks n tho grove at Campbells juncton came to a close Sunday npht.^ The r -,,,. v,r,n. nft.rndpl anl the sermons were delvered by pastors u... me nearby colored churches. Epworth Lea<rne BeorganUed. Rev. D. Y. Stevens of the-belford Methodst church reorganzed the Junor Epworth League last Sunday. A large number of young folks joned the organzaton., Meetngs wll be held weekly durng the wnter. Thrown From Bcycle. Charles Morr.oll of Port Monmouth was under the doctors care part of last week. Ho was rdng hs wheel and n turnng out for an automoble he was thrown from the bcycle and was badly brused. Ortanhonaas Fanted. Harry Roxey of Port Monmouth has fnshed pantng Charles A. Smths largo greenhouses between Port Monmouth and Keansburg. Mr. Smth won several przes at tho Red Bank far wth ha flowers and vegetables. «Us Man* (or Belfoxd. Gas ppes aro beng dstrbuted on the sdo streets through Belford and tho Monmouth contractng company wll begn dggng the trenches next week. Several proporty owners wll have gas ppes lad to ther dwellngs. JSetford Ohnroh Clean $ loo, The Belford d Methodst church cleared about b $00 at tho lunch counter they had at tho Red Bank far. The church dd a larger busness than they expected. ; Horn* from Auto Trp. Mr. and Mrs. CHarlcs E. Applcgate, who have a summer homo near Brevent Pork, have returned from an automoble trp through New York and Now England. Bmplojed at JoBoph Albert Loheen of Belford has gven up hs job on the Long Brncl trolley lne and ho s now employed In Smth Brothers grocery store at fllnfltld. SMortlnr tram ranlrcla. Max Baker of Belford, who was trcken wth paralyss last week, In *( mprovw. The rtroko was slght WM lad up but a few tfayn. York hat Snce Labor day there has been an Jleason and famly of New York also has closed her summer home and has exodus of boarders from all of thehave been vstng Mr. and Mrs. returned to Brooklyn for the wnter. "bay shore places. At Belford and Lyons. Port Monmouth the season has never Advertsed mal s at the Locust been better but the places that a few Pont postolfce addressed to Dr. D. days ago were lvely wth boarders Cooke and Mare Manjone. The ad- mal at the Navesnk are now deserted and some of thevertsed postofflee s for Frank Smth, George Tucoks and Mss Eleanor Davn. Mss May Kresa of Hackensack has been vstng her brother, John F. Kresa of New Monmouth. Mss Kresa was employed durng the summer at E. A. Morrss pavlon at Keansburg. ^ MrB. John Law. and famly of Brooklyn have returned from a vst wth Captan and Mrs. George Edwards of Navesnk. Mrs. Laws husband s an offcer of the Unted States navy. Mss Hundley, a teacher at the Belford school, who has been boardng at Atlantc Hghlands, has engaged board at the Mss Lbbe Morrs cottage at Belford so as to be nearer her work. Mr. and Mrs. Vctor Heath of New York and Mrs, Bennett and daughter Edna and Thomas Whte of Brooklyn were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Heath of Hllsde, near Navesnk. Mss Esmeralda Graf, daughter of Mrs/ Abram Lnzmayer of Navesnk, and Mrs. Lnzmayers sster, Mss Bertha Wanrght of Red Bank, have returned from a vst at Brooklyn. The far for the beneft of the New Monmouth Catholc church wll open Saturday nght of ths week. Musc for dancng w)l be furnshed by Malchows orchestra of Red Bank. Mr. and Mrs. Eben Morford of Brooklyn vsted New Monmouth relatves part of last week. Mr. Morford s connected wth the nsttute for the blnd at Brooklyn. John Flanagan and famly, who summered at Belford, returned to ther home n Brooklyn last week. Mr. Flanagan s employed at the Brooklyn courthouse. Mss Reba Whtton, daughter of Rev. J. B. Whtton of Blackwood, formerly of Navesnk, has been vstng Msses Florence and Alberta Sckles of.navdsnk. Mr. and Mrs. Rdgway gg have been vstng Mr. Inglnpfs parents, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Inglng of Navesnk, returned to ther Newark home lnst week. W, S. Hppenstcel of Mddletown townshp has sold hs mlk route to a New York man. The"busness was bought about a year ago from Chrstan SofTel. Mrs. Dayton K. Wcntworth and daughter of tho Hghlands spent Monday wth Mrs. Wtntwortha parents, Mr. and Mrs. Davd Wllctt of Belford. Rev. Joseph F. Andrew of Nave- Rnk hns been entertanng frends from Paterson. ^-Mss Lou Andrew of Morrstownhas been vstng Mr. Andrew. Msses Jane and Anna Brnard, daughter of J. Hamlton Brannrd of Navesnk, returned home last week of Port Monmouth, a lad up wth sckness. Dr. Harry A. HcndrckHon of Atlantc Hghtlands s attendng her. Mss Bertha Compton of Belford, who s employed n A. Salz & Co.s store at Keyport, has returned to work after spendng a vacaton at her home. Mrs. J. Hamlton Branard, Mrs. Robert Johnson nnd her nephew, Raymond Taylor, all of Nnvesnk, spent part of lust week at Ocean Grove. Norman Johnson of Belford, who has been workng at tho Keyport trolley potver house, has qut hs job there nnd s now employed n New York, Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Nnush of Brooklyn and Merman Naush of New York were recent fruts of Sr. and Mrs. Emle Naush of Belford. Mrs. Lemuel Sutphn nnd Mss Dasy Sutphn of Keyport have been vstng Rev. nnd Mrs. Archbald. II. Sutphn of New Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. George C. Yarnall, Jr., of Belford, spent Snturdny and Sunday wth Mr. nnd Mrs. Wllam II. Thompson, Jr., of Keyport. Mss Addo Layton and Mr. Mc- Keever of New York have been vstng Mss Lnytons? mother, Mrs. Arthur Havens of Navesnk. Henry C. VnnNote of Atlnntr Hghlands was a recent guest of hs parents, Postmaster and Mrs. D. W. VanNoto of Belford. Msses Hazel.nnd Ethel Meyers of Brooklyn have been vstng ther grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Compton of Belford. Mss, Ethel Smth nnd Frank Smth of Freehold spent part of last week wth yer uncle, Wllam S. Roberta of NewMonmouth. MrB. Ella Hampton nnd Mss Matlda L. Hampton of New York have been vstng MIBB Mnne C. Frost of New Monmouth. Captnn John McLaughln of the New York (Ire department has been vstng hs father, Mchael McLaughln of Belford. Mr. and Mrs. Wllam M. Seeloy of Port Monmouth npent Sunday wth Mr. Seelcya brothor, Urnh Scelcy of East Orange. Ernest Abbott nnd famly of Fort Lcp opont port of last week wth Mrs. Abbotts mother, Mrs. Sarah DoVcBty of Navank. The Now Monmouth Inptnt unhors unon mot Monday nght at Albort W. Morfords, whero a supper was served. Mrs. Wllam Vaughn and Man Maro Buhmnn of Port Monmouth spent last Frday wth frendn at Fort Hancock, C. Wesley Walker nnd famly of Port Monmouth spent Saturday and Sunday wth Mr. Walkers brothor nt Newark. Harry Compton, who hns been rtag;- mnn at tho Delfnrdralroad crowng, hnj gven up bs work on account ot BcVnCBB. Mlns Untl Poeten, daughter el month has returnedfrom a vst to hs sster, Mrs. Mabel B. Sherman of Brooklyn. The mprovements at the Belford Methodst church have been completed and specal servces were held there Sunday. FtzRoy Wallng and famly, who have been summerng at New Monmouth, wll return-to ther home n a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Roberts of New Monmouth spent Sunday wth ther son^ Charles Roberts of Manasquan. Mrs. F. R. Wheeler of Brevent Park Mss Nelle Tlton of New York has been vstng her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Danel Tlton of Port Monmouth. Mss Hellene Andrew "of Navesnk has returned from a vst to Mr. and Mrs. Wllam Pope of Lttle Slver. Edward Lee of Ttfew York has returned from a vst to hs mother, Mrs. Wllam H. Seeley of Belford. Walter Felds of the Hghlands spent Saturday wth hs sster, Mss Fay Felds of Port Monmouth. James S. Eastmond and Charles A. Smth of Port Monmouth-spent Frday at New York on busness. Mss Dorothy Nckelson of, Keyport Bpent a few days recently wth Mss Florence Sckles of NaveBnk. Mrs. Emma Magee of Lncroft was a recent guest of Mrs. D. T. Hendrckson of Port Monmouth. Rev. and Mrs. J, C. Lord of Stone Church returned home last week from a vacaton of several weeks. Frank Grant, who s employed n New York, spent part of last week wth hs famly at Belford. Mrs. Ieadore Wallng of Port Monmouth has returned from a vst to frends at Ocean Grove. MsB Gertrude B. Roberts of New Monmouth spent part of last week wth Freehold frends.. Mes M. Louse Grggs of New Monmouth has returned from a vst to frends nt Montclar. Danel Bennett of Belford has.recovered from sckness, whch lad hm up" part of last week. James G, Carter of Port Monmouth has returned home from a vst to frends at New York. John B. Stlwagon and famly of Everett spent Sunday wth Mrs. Robert Runyon of Belford. Albert W. Morford of New Monmoutl spent Saturday wth frends at As.bury Park, James Jones of Belford returned home Sunday from a vst to relatves at Long Branch. Sdney Hulse of New York has been vstng hs. uncle, Wllam Meyers of Belford. * Mr. and Mrs. Slaught of Chcago have been vstng Mrs. Catherne Davs of Hllsde. Thomas McGure of Headdens Corner sunk a new well near hs farmhouse Saturday. Harry Grotenzer of Hoboken was a recent guest of Frtz Pentermann of New Monmouth. Charles Pell and famly of Kdge,- wood have been vstng frends at Plattmount. Howard Smth of Belford s breakng n as a motorman on the Keyport trolley lne. Harry Whte of Belford entertaned Wllam Smth of Brooklyn part of last week. John M. Osborn of Belford has been lad up the past week wth chlls and fever. Mrs. Edward Bothwek of Port Monmouth has been vstng at Asbury Pnrk. Stephen Greeley of New Monmouth s buldng a large wagon house on hs farm. Mrs. Wllam Roop of Belford has been entertanng relatves from Englshtown. W. C. Clarendon of Newark was a Sunday guest of George A. Roop of Belford. Mss Carre Despreaux of Navesnk las been vstng relatves at Asbury Park. Mrs. Wllam Dorr and Max Baker of Belford have been on the sck lst Mrs. Whte of Boston has been vstng Mr. and Mrs. Fnden of Belford. Nathan Brown of Belford s pantng hs. resdence on Compton street. Mrs. Estlow of Belford has been on the sck lst the past week. TDTTOW PAILS SEWS. Mrs. Hestor Bennott Qoos to BrldfToton to Llvo Wth Her Daughter. Mrs. Hester Bennett has moved from her house on the Eatontown road and has gone to Brdgeton to lve wth her daughter, Mrs. Henry Johnson. Mrs. Johnson s the wfe of a former pastor at ths place. The house vacated by Mrs. Bennett wll be occuped by Raymond Voorhees, the school teacher. Bought an Automoble. Samuel J. Bennett, owner of the grst mll, has bought an Overland automoble from Fred II. VanDorn of Red Bank. The machno was gven ts frst tryout on Sunday when Mr. Bennett and hs famly went to Matawan to vst relatves. The automoble gave satsfacton. Ban Nal In Hs Toot, John Connors, who s lookng after the nterests of tho commsson frm of Lawless Brothers at the Shrewsbury staton, ran a nal n hs foot last week. He s able to work, but the foot gves hm consderable pan. Bref Items, Mr. and Mrw. Wllam T. Voorhees and Edward Barnes of Keyport spent Sunday wth Mr. Voorhocss son, Raymond VoorheeB. Mrs. John Brttng and her two sons. of Rdgefcld Park have been vstng Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Colenn. Dr. nnd Mrs. Regnald S. Bennett of Asbury Park spent Sunday wth Dr. Bennetts father, Samuel J. Bennett. Rev. J. J. Neghbour of Clarks Green, formerly of ths place, spent Sunday here. Samuel J. Bennett hns entrely recovered from hs recent sckness and s out agan. John Magure nnd famly have returned from a campng trp at Pont Pleasant. Mr. and Mrs. Wellngton Wlkns spent last Thursday at Atlantc Cty. BIXTT-SIHB BHEDBS. Mss AUtta Warren la OOth Brde front Cooks XUellv* at Aabnry Vak.. MHB Aletta Warren, a saleslady at Cooks beehve atoro at Asbury Park, was marred July 24th to Claude H. Hlls, mnnnkor of Chlds grocery u Complete lne of Kuppenhemer and our own specal talored -Suts for Men and Young Men. All the new shades of Browns and Grays, Cassmeres and Worsteds. $0.00 to $ Our entre lne of Chldrens Suts s ready for your nspecton. If ts new and nobby we have t. A few lght and medum weght suts for Men, Boys and Chldren, at less than half prce. The Fall lne of J. B. Stetson Hats, Manhattan Shrts, Neckwear, Hosery and other small Fxngs have arrved. ="WIE XDO TIHIEJ -BTTSHSnESS - a, J. KEIDEL, CLOTHIER, HATTER AND FURNISHER/ 26 BROAD STREET. Telephone 22-R, RED BANK, N. J. IF YOU SEE IT AT BROAD STREET, RED BANK, N. J. YOU ARE MOST CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND Our Autuma Openng ntoro nt Aabury Park. Tho couplo had planned to keep the weddng a secret for some tme but somebody suspected that tho couple wero marred and the»tory was gven out. They wll, b«glnhou»«koep(ng_.bta»- -OF- Trmmed and Uatrmmed Hats Infants fear and Sweater Coats. Frday and Saturday, September 6th and 7th. Aaron I. Marcus, Broad Street, Red Bank. HEADACHES Defectve eyeatsht Rone rally tho caus«. Correct the ejreslsrht by ttuubrp, and the headache thn jf of the put Free caualtatlon. GUwu If ne*dn) *t moderate prlce,, DR. STILES, Doctor of Optcs, VUlu R«d Bult. N. J., M«fT olh.r W«dn..<.,. N.»t Vbll WtM)n.«l.7, S«Pt. 28ll Hours I to 0 P. M, At Postofflcn Bulldnc Rooms Notce to Dog Owners. Borough Ordnnnco No, 9 concernng dogs wll bo rgdly enforced. Tho frst secton reads us follows: No (lop; ahull bo suffered to go at largo n tho Borough of Red Bonk from June twonty-flrbt to September twonty-flrnt oxcopt such as are property muzzlad about tho nobo Bccuroly fnatoned, so as to provent Bold dog from bltlrtg.,ev«ry per«on who,»h»ll own, j Clerk of tho Borough If the owner or person harborng tho famo shall res dq hero, fend shall place upon the neck of each dog kept or harbored a collar, havng engraved, thoroon, upon a metal nurfaco, tho nomo of the ownor of Rad dog nnd tho regstered number thorcof; nnd t shall tre lawful for any person to kll any dog found strayng off tho ownoro premses wth out ouch collar upon ts nock. Tho law and ordnance above referred to does not rcpoal tho provsons of nny law now In exstence provdng for the taxng of dogs. New Shoes From Old Ones. WE USE THE, GOODYEAR-WELT Machne fbr Reparng Shoes. Ths s the machne your Shoes were made on, and t s the machne I repar them on. It s the Goodyear Welt System. The leadng Shoe Manufacturers throughout the world use these maemes, so n" you wear good Shoes they are Goodyear welts, and you should have them resoled on the same machne that was prevously used n sttchng the Shoe. When they are fnshed they wll look so new that the closest nvestgaton wll fal to reveal that the Shoes have ever been repared. AN INVITATION TO THE READER. I am now prepared to handle any quantty of work and make prompt delveres. Your Shoes wll be called for and delvered anywhere wthn the borough lmts.. To be convnced come n any tme and see ths wonderful machne at work and nspect some of the work done by t. I am stll workng under the same old motto, " If we please you, tell others If not tell us." D. A, MAZZA, THE SHOEMAKER, Opposte Postofflce, RED BANK, N. J. Publc Notce PHpNE 247-W. Notce s hereby gven that the law requrng the removal of brers, wee^sand brush from the hghways n front of property wll be enforced n Shrewsbury townshp. Tho law governng ths matter s as follows: Tho ownor or occupnnt of land abuttng on any hghway In any townshp n ths stoto shall, durng the month of September of onch yoar. cut and remove all brush, brers and wecda growng n or upon uuch porton of such hghway us hs or her Innds abut upon; and In ca»o such owner or occupant ehnll full to perform the duty Imposed hereby, the towmhlp commtteo of tho townbhlp In whlcll «uch lands sbut as aforesad hall couto Buch work to be done and the ownor of tuch lend* shall pay the «n thersof, wth cou, to bt county at the sut of such townahp commttee. The townshp commttee of Shrewsbury townbhp suggests that ths work of removng tho brush, brers and weeda from the hghways of the townshp be done durng the months of July and August, f possble, n order that the townshp hghways may be free from such encroachmonts durng the remander of the season, and also n order that tho weeds, etc., bo prevented from gong to seed. Should the brush, brers, weeds, etc., not bo removed durng tho tme set forth by law, the same wll bo done by tho townshp commttee and the expense thereof collected. from tho property owners accordng x> law.

11 NEWS/FROM KEYPORT. KEYPORT YACHT CLUB HOLDS SUCCESSFUL RE- GATTA LAST WfeEK. Borough Councl Instruct* Fre Commttee to Buy Automatc. Fre Whstle Trolley Company Transformng Old Car Barn Into a Theater Ernest Dunham of Clffwood HeULUp and Robbed of $8-J.N; Beers* Ice Wagon Breaks Down.* The Keyport yacht club, regatta Monday, of last week proved a great, mccess. The Bentley yacht club dory won the fnal contest n the dory assocaton races and Mr. Olsen of Perth Amboy presented the cup. to Mr. > Decker, who accepted t n behalf of the Bentley yacht club. The wnners of the other races were as follows: Cabn boats 8quaw of Bayonne flrat, Luella of Keyport second. Open boats Rex Morrs or Keyport frst. Scott of Great Klls second. Speed boats Lacka wanna of Keyport flrst. Mystery II of Rarltan yacht club second * Sal boats Kelfle of Rarltan yacht club arst, Wake UP of Rahway second. The judges were U. H. Watts, C. Ross, Davd Wallng and D. P. Van- Deventer.;! After the races refreshments were served to the vstors and the clubs guests, numberng about 600 persons. Borough Councl lfutlnff. At the councl meetng last Thursday nght the matter of a fre whstle was brought up and the fre commttee was nstructed to be on the lookout for an automatc one. The sewer queston crne n for some dscusson as well as the removal of the armory runs. The matter of placng a swtch so as to run coal from the ralroad to "the pumpng staton was brought up Long Branch can be taken as any ndcaton, the seres between these two teams wll have a speedy termnaton. Both games were won by tho Red Bankers, and by wnnng next Satur- ston. Land on Lews street,. Clarence E. F. Hetrlck, sherff, to Rchard D. Crum. Land on Norwood avenue, $2,000. and one on that of her parents; Mr. Susan M. Johnston and others to Wl- Wlson. Lund on the rond from days! game they wll capture thelam and Mrs. Bedle. Eatontown to Poplar, $30. seres. Next Saturdays game wll be Emellne de Lyons afd husband to Attendng Xormol School. played at Long Branch, and whether Leah Nlckens. 4 Interest In land at Mss Maron Roberta and Mss Red Bank wns or not the same teams Entohtown on the road from Eatontown Imly Sproul left Monday for Trenton,, where they are attendng the far grounds next Sunday. wll be ptted aganst each other on the to Centervllle, $.. HOLHDEL. TOWNSHIP. Jamesanna L. Crawford to Charles X. state normal school. Last Saturdays game took place at Crawford. Pece of property, $7,000. Lort Watch In >?»t»r. Long Branch before an assemblage of ATLANTIC TOWNSHIP. James Melee lost a slver watch 500 fans. Red Banks representatves Anne H. Taylor to Charles M. Bennett Lot at Colts Neck, II. overboard at Grosss pavlon last tucked the game away safely n the Edward Taylor, executor, to Charles week... penng sessons and won by a score M. Bennett. Lot at Colts Neck, $225. Bondtj-Sclool Open >f 8 to 3. The Long Branch boye had Smon F. Pyle and others to Wllam The Sunday-school at Unon, whch two bad nnngs, and the vstors took A. Prckett. Pece of property, $500. RARITAN TOWNSHIP., advantage of ther opponents mslays and gathered runs n bunches. Comfort Beach company to was closed durng August, was opened New Pont Km ma Herud. 2 lots at Koansburd, $. agan Sunday of last week. Rartan Bay Realty company to Felx Bref ItMna. Mrs. Edward Young and son Edward of Savannah, who have been spendng the sunjmer here wth Mrs. Anna Osborne, spent last week wth Mr. and Mrs, Warren Smock at Red Bank. Mr. and Mrs. Wllam H. Hendrckson of Bayonne spent Tuesday and Wednesday n town. They made the trp from Bayonne n Mr. Hendrcksons motor boat., Sundays game was played at the home of the Red Bank team, and was Mss Bertha Agell of Sdney, N, Y., a ptchers battle from start to fnsh. has been engaged by the board or educaton to teach n the hgh school n to aganst them Red Bank went to In the nnth sesson wththe score 4 place of Mss Ruth Goodrch, who re-basgned. ptcher for Long Branch. Hs offer- and fell heavly on Brown, the and left to the dscreton of the water ngs were knocked all over the lot, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown and son commttee. Blls tothe amount of and the heavy battng combned wth Harry A. returned to ther home at 600 were approved and ordered pad. a few errors gave Red Bank the Lakewood Saturday after a weeks necessary four runs to wn the game." Turnng Cor Bun Into Theater. vst wth Mrs. F. F. Armstrong. Morrs started to ptch for Red Bank The oldcar barn on Broadway belongng to the Jersey Central tracton house and lot on Broad street to ut he was not n form. He was re- Joseph 0. DeHart has sold hs company s bsng rebult as an opera Charles H. Harkness of Washngton, laced by Pfahler, who held the vstrs safe. Brown and Walsh were n house. The trolley company wll man- D. C. The prce was $2,400. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Behlmer, who the ponts for the Long Branchers: age the place and expect to have t ready to open by Decejnber st. ^; Held Up and Bobbed. Whle near East Keyport Frday nght Ernest Dunham of Clffwood was held up by robbers and badly beaten. They held a pstol to hs head spent the slmmer at ther cottage on ledar street, have returned to ther home at New York. Mss Frances Sproul, Mss Emly proul and Charles Sproul, former resdents, spent last week wth frends n town. Mrs. Ellen Fallon of Second street and threatened to kll hm f he made any outcry. After takng $8, allspent several days last week wth her "*the money that Dunham had, the daughter, Mrs. Thomas Corbtt at theves made off. Dunham dd not New York. know ha assalants. A new sdewalk s beng lad n Io» Wagon Brtak Down. front of the property owned by Mss the Oroles dd some foolng. Flman, An ce wagon belongng to J. N. Anne M. C. Arrowsmth on Frstthe ptcher, and Boswell, the catcher, street. changed places. All the outfelders Mss Alvetta Sprague of New York were called n the nfeld, so that the vsted her parents, Mr. and Mrs. outfeld was left.wthout anyone to Wllam Sprague, several days ths guard t. All the vstors had to do week. o make a safe^ht was to knock the Mr. and? Mrs. A. J. Vreeland entertaned Mr, and Mrs. Nelson Poppler connect "wth Boswells offerngs. all n the outfeld, but they could not of Newew)on ther yacht Roamer last For the Red Bankers Marvn, Boswell and Hance each made three safe week. / / Mr.-ahd Mrs. A. J. Vreeland-and hts. Fnch, Hene, Angelo, Flman Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tyler wll occupy and Jones each made one safe ht. Seers broke down last Tuesday near the foot of Broad street. The rm on one of the wheels came off lettng the wagon rest on the spokes. Trolley Conductor Strlonly SSnrt. Charles Sandman of ths place, a conductor employed by the Jersey Central tracton company, was serously njured at Lorllards Saturday afternoon. He was standng on the runnng board of an open trolley car: the St. Marys home durng the wnr. as t rounded the curve at Lorllards. Hs foot slpped from the board and n tryng to recover hs footng hs Mrs. Napoleon Labrque has returned to her home here after several head was ht by a trolley pole knockng hm senseless. The car was E. D. Petteys attended the annual weeks stay wth relatves n Canada^ stopped and after gettng hm on the meetng of the state postmasters assocaton held«t Atlantc Cty Frday. car, t was not stopped agan untl the offce of Dr. D. E. Roberts was reached. Mr. Sandmans skull s probably fractured. The Electon Board. The members of the electon boards ths yeav are as follows: Frst dstrct E. E. Cllne, C. H. Sandman, Andrew Campbell, George Pease. Second dstrct J. K. Terry, Edwn Sproul, Q. E. Langon, S. P. Dey. The Rartan townshp board conssts of the followng: Frst dstrct James Seeloy, T. P. Brennan, W. S. Brower, G. Warren Aumack. Second dstrct W. B. Wallng, T. H. Wallng, F. P. Sproul, W. C. Cowles. Operaton Performed mt Home. Harvey S. Bedle -was operated on Sunday of last week for appendcts at hs home on Broad street Mr. Bedle was taken ll Sunday mornng and Dr. Roberts decded on an. m- Hary B,._Wa]lng.. has, accepted, a medate operaton whch was -per-postoformed by Dr. Edwn Feld of RedMamore ralroad n Brazl. as audtor for the Madera Bank, asssted by Drs. Slocum, Roberts and Hartman. The operaton ths place to a syndcate, whch wll John Carr has sold hs farm near was a success and Mr. Bedle s mprovng rapdly. Mss Maron Ogden returned Sun- dvde t nto buldng lots. Poshed Through wndow. day to East Orange after a short vst wth Mrs. Josephne Hoff. Whle foolng n front of Hepfers Mss Adele McKeen, -who has been bakery on Front street a few days spendng the summer wth her mother, ago George Murray was pushed has returned to Brooklyn. " through the wndow by Russell.Wallng. The young man receved several Rochelle,., have been vstng Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Garretson of cuts on the arm whch were dressed and Mrs. J. S. Schanck. by Dr. G. G. Hoagland. George Campbell has returned from Churoh BervoM Benmed. a two weeks vacaton, whch he spent The regular servces of the Reformed church were resumed Sunday Mss Ethel Canfeld of Brooklyn near Wlkes Barre, Pa. of last week. The new pastor, Rev. vsted Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Roberts W. E. Compton, formerly of Tappan, several days ths week. N. Y., was n charge. Mr. Compton E. Danel has rented the Force has not yet brought hs famly here, buldng on Front street and wll conduct a specalty store. but wll do EO the latter part of the month. Mss Hazel Bowne s spendng two Electrc Uffht Pole Breaks. weeks wth hor sster, Mrs. Charles Suydnm at Chcago. An electrc lght pole at West Keyport broke oft a few days ago. R. O. Whte of New York spent The pole carred several hghly charged wres and ns these Jell they crossed Beveral other wres, necesstatng the shuttng off of the current for several hours. M»w BlaewUk. D. G. Young has had a -concrete walk lad n front of hs resdence on Second street. A new concrete sdewalk has also been lad n front of tho store occuped by Lous Platell on.front street. Snored Gonowrt at Beaoh Park. Beach Park wll be closed for the wnter months wth tho excepton of Sunday nghts when sacred concerts wll be gven and Saturday nghts when dancng wll be the attracton. Horse Xloka Xooe Trom Harnen. A horso belongng to W. H. Casey kcked tself clear of tho harness on Front street last Wednesday week. The, horses hnd legs wero sknned but the wagon was not damaged. Broke Bs Fngernal. Seubrook Schanck broke hs fngernal off clobe to tho flesh a few days ago. Theflngorfostered and t be- came necessary to have t lanced, whch wns done by Dr. Hoagland. Takes New Foltlon. MIBH Barbara- Hoagland has resgned her poston wth the Hudson navgaton company of New York and s workng for the Whtall-Tntum company of ths place. Operaton for Appendcts. Koortenua VanPelt was operated on for nppondlctlb at the Long Branch hosptal last Wednesday week. The operaton was successful and; he s mprovng rapdly. WU Breot Two ;Montunent». E. E. Clne has the contract for two monuments to be erected for Mrs. Elmlro Barton, ono on her famly plot Mr s and Mrs. Theodoro Keley, who spent the summer at Asbury Park, have returned to ther home here. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Elsworth of Greenport, L. I., have been vstng Mr. and Mrs. Wllam Woolley, Sr. - Mss Ella Matthews returned Sunday to Ocean Grove after a weeks vst wth Mrs. E. W. Snyder. Mss Cora Chrstopher of New Brunswck s spendng several days wth Mss Gardna Hoagland. Mrs. Henry E. Ackerson, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crawford have joned the Reformed church. Shackleton post wll attend the natonal conventon at Atlantc Cty from September 9th to 24th. Mss Mare Campbell and Mss Lllan Campbell are attendng the normal school at Montclar. Sunday wth hs parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Whte. Mss Gladys Gll, Mss Eva Cherry and Walter Cherry were vstors at Trenton Sunday. Dr. and MrB. G. G. Hoagland left Saturday for a three weeks vst to Portland, Mane. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wbarton returned Frday from a shoh trp to Nagara Falls. Mrs. Rchard Burrowes and daughter Eva arespendng a week at Lake Hopatcong. Dr. and Mrs. H. S. Cooloy vsted frends at Cornwall, N. Y., last Wednesday. S. H. Hopkns has rented the Bruns wck bowlng nllevb for tho comng season, Frank VnnBraklo s spendng n three weeks vacaton at Lttleton, N. H. Men Margnret E. Wallng spent several days last week n Washngton, D. (?. A dnughter wan born to Mr. and Mrs. Wllnm T. Wnllng last Tuesday. Joseph Lovctt has a poston as conductor wth tho trolley company. W. A. Rnndnll and famly have returned to ther homo at Itloomfold. Mr, and Mrs. John P. Cherry spent Boveral days last week at Freehold. Robert Hoaglnnd of Jersey Cty spent Sunday wth frondb n town. MM. Oscar Wnllng vsted frends at Tronton several dnys ths wook. W. E. Warn left Monday for Pttaburg, where ho wll spend a week. Wlmor Hanson of Phladelpha vsted frends In town on Sunday. Zora A. Morrs has n poston wt) Jacob Kasor & Son of Newark. Mlas Gertrude Schroodor apent Sunday wth MIBS Anna Bnuor. Harry Conklln of Newark wan a vstor In town Monday. Nathan J. Moonoy of Jcrnoy Cty pent Tu8«day n town. TWO WINS FOR RED BANK BBAJTCnC SATtTBDAT AWD Saturday! Gam* WH at the Kozn* of the Enemy, and Bed Bank Won by a. Score of 8 to 3 Bonaays Boor* Was 5 to 4 Oroles Wn. If the games played on Saturday and Sunday between Red Bank and JM, Wllam and Harry Stallng fgured conspcuously n the heavy batr tng for the wnnng nnes Wnfeld Warwck, who plays frst base on the Prnceton team,, was the prncpal star on the Long Branch team. Wener and Creger were the battery for Bed Bank, and Peterson and Walsh were n the ponts for the Long Branchers. Peterson ptched a.good game but hs support was poor. About 800 people saw the game. Orole* Swamp Sayrevlllers. Under a mound of eleven runs the Oroles on Sunday swamped the Sayrevlle aggregaton on the Shrewsbury avenue damond. The vstors got wo rune. The Red Bankers took the lead at the outset, and as the game progressed they bured ther opponents deeper and deeper. The Sayrevlle boys were played off ther,feet, nd toward the latter part of the game Errors were chalked up aganst Marvn, Hene and Jones. - OCEANPOBT NEWS. Ant-Saloon leag-us Man to Speak n the Methodst Cbaroh. J. M. Colyer of Newark wll speak for the Ant-Saloon league at the Methodst church Sunday nght. Specal nvtatons have been sent out to the nun of the vllage to attend. Doff n Sohoolhom*. A dog owned by H. F. Bresln delayed the openng of school Monday mornng. The anmal frghtened a small grl on the school porch, and a man who s employed as drver for Goothels bakery at Long Branch, went to the rescue of the chld. The dog turned hs attentons to the man, who barely escaped beng btten. The pupls were frghtened, but the teacher fnally queted them, and school opened. The dog hung around on the school porch for a tme, but at last went home. Fell From a Horns. Douglass Garrgan undertook to rde one of the polo pones on the new polo clubs grounds Monday mornng. The anmal had all the -trcks of a Western bronco. Mr. Garrgan was unseated and he suffered some bruses. Bref Itom. Marshall Wolcott has been transferred as nght telegraph operator at the Red Bank ralroad staton to the Lttle Slver staton. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. McKag of Wlmngton, Delaware, are vstng Mrs. McKags sster, Mss Elzabeth Welch. Mss Grace Wlson, who s studyng to be a nurse at the Long Branch hosptal, spent Sunday at her home here. P. H. Garrgans house on Man street s beng repanted. The house s occuped, by John Sanford. Rev. George T. Hllman attended a preachers meetng at Ocean Grove on Menday. John VanBrackle, who s pantng at Newark, was home over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wllam McCreor^ are spendng a week at New York. Danel Mller and Charles Rasch spent Sunday at Coney Island. Mss May Vogelsang spent Sunday at Coney Island. <^.» a>. Dull Bacoraea. The followng Teal estate transfers have been recorded n the offce of the county clerk at Freehold; for the two weeks endng September 0th, 90: RED BANK. Thomas II. Grant to New York and Long Branch rallrond company. Land on Icurl Htrect, Itctl Dank, $3,600. TonnH II. Grant to ytandard Ol company. Land on Pearl Htrect, $3,400. Lulgl Haclgalup and otherh to nn- >hael Nlcolotte. Land nt tho corner of Irldtfo avenue and Oakland Htrcot, $. Lund and Loan company to Lester Ilnnco. Lot on Uocch ntreot, $. Lucy U. Coloy to Mary II. Schnnck. Land on Monmouth ntroot, $. Clarence Whlto to Herman I). Woolloy. lot, $. SHREWSBURY TOWNSHIP. Wllllnm Mnhan to John W. Morrlman. Lund on Thrd Htrent, HUIMHOII, $. HURII Oetty to QludyH Getty. acre at I.lttlo Slver, $. Joseph I. Chadwlck and otherh, oxccntorn, to Thoodoro V. Hcotl, Land on Ilnrrlflon nvonuo, $. Max Holcl to Rudolph Fonorolaon. Many lotrf In townnhlp,. MIPDLJSTOWN TOWNSHIP. Wllam N, Shannon to Ihlllp Nouher. 2 lotn at Ocoan Vew, $. Wllam N. Shannon to Wllam 0. Owynno. 2 lotn nt Ocean Vlow, $. ChnrloH 0. Patternon to Frank 5. lloettnor Company, llcoo of property, Ben Bldo Land and Improvement compnny to uorough of HlghlaWlH. 2 lotn, $4,00. Mnrk n. Monuhor to Freda Nnglo. 2 lotn at ltlvcr Plazn, $, Murtlonn Company to Florotso n. llunl. Land at tlm corner of Apnloton and Hamlton xvonuw, $. Patrck M. Rowland to Kdmunrt Wllnon, Lund,on ronpoot nvonun, $. CloorKO II. Lolnon, Hr,, to Davd M. Wlllett.und othern, rnoe of lroporty, OeorRd ll. HolmoM and othnr, oxeautor*, to Mark C. Megler. Lund on the road from R*d Bank to Everett, 5, Thomas H. /Leoaard to Anne L. Hawlejr. 8 lots on Glenmary avenue,. * Kark C. Meaffher to Patrcls; Ahearn. 2 lots at Rver Plaza, $. Roger L. Noone to Thomaa H Salmon. Land on Man street, $600. ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS. Suse Foster and husband to Wllam L. Conover. lot, II.. Mayor and councl of Atlantc Hghlands to John H. Klne. 3 lots, $6.80. Mary E. Lews to Glora SL Clalr. Pece of property, tl. EATONTOWN TOWNSHIP. Merrlam B. Steen to Joseph W. John- Lobedz and others. 2 lots near Keyport, 2.00; - Elolse Warner to Mary A. Hoyer. 2 lots at Keanaburff Beach, fl. New Pont Comfort Beach company to Wllam J. Jordan and others. 2 lotn, (. Rartan Bay Realty company to George T. Buchanon. 2 lots near Keyport, $2.00. Rarltan Bay Realty company to George T. Buchanon. 4 lots near Keyport, $2.00. Warren B. Palmer and others to Peter Korb. Land at St. Johns place. $. Benjamn F. Seeley to Robert Seeley. Pece of property,. Andrew P. Lausen to Jesse -M. Theel and husband. 2 lots, $400. New Pont Comfort Beach company to Herman A. Wurster. lot, $. Rarltan Bay Realty company to John D. Walflh. 2 lots near*keyport, $2. Jula E. DuBols to Norman Voorhees. Lot at Keyport, $. Keansburg Beach company to Thomas N. Jarvls. 2 lots, $. Rarltan Bay Realty company to John Bonkenberff. 2lots at Keyport, $2. Robert Seeleyto Rarltan Bay Land company, 2 tracts of land, $. MATAWAN TOWNSHIP. Stewart E. Bruce tp O. Church. 2 lots on Rose.Farm at Cllftwood. $.. Mary S. ArrowBmlth and husband to Joel A. Wallng. Land at Matawan, $. FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP. Allen B. Croxson to Vrgna Croxson and husband. Land on South Btreet, Freehold, $360. Jamca Colton to Robert Valentne. Land on Avenue A, $400. James Colton to J. ~W. Danser. Land on Avenue A, $00. MANALAPXN TOWNSHIP. Wllam L. Conover to Charles II. Sanford. Pece of property, J72. Grace C. Strong, executrx, to Charles H. Sanford. Pece of property, $68. HOWELL. TOWNSHIP. Henry Lafetra and others to Wllam A. Prckett Pece of property, $25. Wllam Gross to Robert Kruegcr. 3 tracts of land, $. John H. Sckles to Adella L. Matthews. Pece of property, $325. feabright. Alce C. Strong and others, executors, to Mary Ann Woolley. Land hear Seabrght, $350. Mary A. Woolley to Jamen II. Woolley. Land near Seabrlgrht, $. Margaret Carton-, to Sarah Alward. Land near Seabrlght, $. Try a want advertsement n THE REGISTER. It costs 25 cents and the paper goes nto 4,760 homes. Adv. For Men Hats Shoes Gloves Hosery Underwear Suts Overcoats Canes Cravats Scarf Pns Cuff Buttons Te Clasps Knves Etc., Etc., Etc. Young fellows who resent a Womans nterference wth ther selectons. Old Men who often rely totally on female judgment all lke our merchandse for Men the ample assortments, the goods styles, the low prces. We nvte nspecton of the Fall Fashons for Men. Carfares refunded to customers from out of town. Ask for t.» +»» An advertsement n the Want Column of The Red Bank Regster s carred nto 4,750 Homes each week! If you Want a Job If you Want to Hre Somebody If you Want to Sell Somethng If you Want to Buy Somethng-r- If you Want to Rent your House If you Want to Sell your Farm If you Want to Buy Property. Or f you Want Anythng Whatsoever the quckest and surest and cheapest way to supply that want s to put an advertsement n the Want Column of The Red Bank Regster. An advertsement not exceedng 30 words wll be put n The Regsters Want Column for 25 cents. Among the 4,750 famles who take The Regster every week you are pretty certan to fnd the very person you are lookng for. MMMMIMMMMM I lmimiimm, < *

12 #5 THE BED BAM REGISTER JOHN If. «OOK, Edtor Md r«uub«r. C 8 0 *^ C HAHCE, AMttUrt Edtor.. Btolnna Maa*t*r> THOMAS IRVING BROWN. Kntertt^A.t the postbmc ;at Red Bank, K. J, M> «econd-class matter SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: -OB. year Il-Bff \, «lx months» HIV*A mnnthg.. Tares months... 9» WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 4, 90- TOWH TALK. {Contnued from pagcj,.) I am told that THE REGISTER last week dd a grave njustce to George Chandler, the charman of the.fnance commttee of the board of counclme of Bed Bank. THE REGISTER sad that George Chandler, who s at the head of the fnance commttee of the town, whch spends about $60,000 per year, pad a borough tax of only 78 cents. Durng the past week Mr. Chandler ha8 exhbted hs tax bll to a number of persons n order, I presume, that he can convnce them of the great njustce done hm. It seems that the borough tax whch Mr. Chandler should actually have pad s 73 cents and a fracton of a cent. In makng out hs tax bll the fracton of a cent of hs borough tax was not thrown off, but the odd fracton of a cent was added on, and ths made hs borough tax 74 cents, nstead of 73 cents, as THE REGISTER stated last week. So that Mr. Chandler s a 74-qent taxpayer of borough tax, nstead of a lcent taxpayer. * I cheerfully make ths correcton and hasten to correct ths njustce to Mr. Chandler. It needs to be rem " bered n ths connecton that Mr. Chandler voted to gve a contract to a relatve of a member of the board of counclmen at $,600 more than other partes were wllng to take that same contract for. Hs exhbton of hs tax bll, showng that he pad 74 cents borough tax nstead of 73 cents, would seem to ndcate the comparatve mportance n hs mnd of the fracton of a cent of taxes when pad by hm, and $,500 of the taxpayers money when pad by others. " The postofflce department s beng conducted each year more and more on a busness system. Ths s the only great publc utlty owned by the natonal government. For generatons the postofflce department was conducted as a poltcal refuge. Men were apponted for poltcal servces and n many nstances were carred on the payrolls of the department wth practcally no work to do. *. «*. Durng the last few years the department has been developed as a busness nsttuton. The defct whch has exsted n the department s beng gradually wped out and ths year t wll probably be changed nto a surplus. Most of ths ncrease n net earnngs s due to placng a large part of the fore6 on a cvl servce busus; Perhaps more than 95 per cent of the postoflce employees are now wholly ndependent of poltcs and hold ther places durng good behavor, wthout regard to poltcs at all. * * * Wth the separaton of the postoffce department, from poltcs the servce has greatly mproved. Ths would necessarly be the case: When postons n the department were ganed and held through poltcs, t was a matter of lttlo concern to the clerk, or carrer, or other employee, whether he dd hs work well or ll. Poltes got hm hs job and poltcs held, t) for hm. When condtons were changed and when poltcs could no longer protect an unft man n holdng hs job, the unft man had to go. Under cvl servce examnatons postofrce employees were selected regardless of ther poltcs and ths brought a better class of men nto the department than were secured under the old methods..» «Efforts are constantly beng made to mprove the servce of the department and to rrdure stll further the cost. In Red Bank, and n many other towns as well, the amount of mal handled has ncreased largely durng the past few years. Currer routes whch have been lad out only a year are found to be now too long to permt of delverng all the mal wthn the tme the carrers have for ths aervre. Ths mnkes a delay n delverng, snre all matter undelvered has to be held over tll the next delvery. * In order tofacltate the delvery of mal matter the postolfbc department s now requestng each householder to ether erect a mal box on the outsde of the house, or to cut a slot n the door for the delvery of mal matter. Much tme s now lost by the carrer n rngng the door bell and watng for the call to be answered. Sometmes two or three rngs have to be Made before the door s opened, and sometmes the door s not opened at all. Sometmes persons stop to "fx up" before gong to the door, and ths leads to more loss of tme. Any delay n openng tho door makes a carrer lose tme and every mnute wasted n ths way- usually means that some porton nt the end of the route wll not get hs mal on that delvery. * * Under present condtons there s an average IOBB of tme of about half a mnute on each call. Sometmes the door s opened promptly, but usually the carrer has to wat tll a person from some other part of tho house, comes to the front door. The placng, of mol boxes of the cuttng of n slot n_ a door would save probably half a mnutes tme at each houbo on each delvery, and ths would result n a much more prompt delvery of mal and would «avo many dsappontments. The mprovement, suggested by the department would cost but lttle and would result n a great mprovement n the delvery of mall. It ought to bo carred out.. And, (speakng of cvl servco reform, ths reform ought to bo carred out In all departments of the publc. «orv"c. Countes, towns and ctes should all como under cvl eorvlco rules. Any man who s an employee of ony department of publc work should be retaned n that department a long as he performs MB work fathfully and well. Men should be frco to perform ther offcal work wthout beng compelled to dcker In poltcs, > and the/ Mould be as frco from pol- Itfcal Influence a* are the employees of h tflb department. t *«ptmd Uw* whereby «ny muncpalty caf have cvl servce rulesadopted n tfat muncpalty f the governng body so desres. In a few towns and ctes the cvl servce law» n force. In. other places, where the law has been put n force, the courts have knocked t out on applcaton of poltcans, on the ground that there was somethng uncohsttutonal about t or because of some techncalty. In most muncpaltes n the state nothng at all has been done n the matter. * Each party seems to be afrad that f the cvl servce law s put n force t wll reduce the number of places whch the party n power has to gve out. The party out of power dont want t, because that party hopes to get n power some tme and then t wants all the poltcal jobs t can get for ts own folks. The party n power has no specal need of cvl servce rules to get ts men on the pay rolls of the muncpalty, and so nothng at all s done about t. Gradually, however, t wll come about, and when t does come about, muncpaltes wll get about twce as much servce for the money they pay out as they are gettng now, just as the servce n the postofflce department has vastly mproved under cvl servce regulatons. The commssoners and some of ther.frends are sayng that the reason THE REGISTER has been tellng about the extravagance of the board of commssoners s because the commssoners have refused to gve THE REGISTER any of the town prntng. These people have put the cart before the horse. THE REGISTER dd not tell the truth about the board of commssoners because t dd not get any of the publc prntng. The reverse was the case. THE REGISTER dd not get any of the town prntng because t told tho truth about the commssoners. There s the wdest knd of dfference between these two statements. Does anyone magne that f THE REGISTER had been complasant about thngs f t had covered up that garbage contract, for nstance; f t had extolled the commssoners as models of prudence, f.t had constantly declared them to. be economcal and effcent offcals, does anyone magne that all the publc prntng would have been taken from THE REGISTER? Ths queston s ts own answer. But the fact that all prntng has been taken from THE REGISTER, and that boasts are made that ths has been done, ndcates that the commssoners beleve that the publc money should be spent wth those who support ther acts, and that they regard the publc money as thers to spend as they please.» * THE REGISTER does not complan about ths condton of thngs, It accepts ths condton cheerfully. It vastly prefers ths condton of thngs rather than the alternatve of makng tself a pander to offcal msrule. It would never hnve mentoned the matter now except, for the boasts whch have been made that THE REGISTER was gettng none of the publc prntng nnd thnt ths wm the reason why t cold the truth about oflcals. -*-. THIS REGISTKK has never permtted tself to be used by poltcans n return for fnuncal favors. It has never hestated to sny the thngs t beleved should be sad for fear lest t should lose busness thereby. Least of all has t ever permtted tself to sny.untrue thngs on publc matters n thu fear that t mght; lose offcal prntng. I hnve conducted THE REGISTER along these lnes for the past thrty-three years. The renders of THE REGISTER know whether ths s so or not/ If they do not beleve t, nothng that I could say n THE REGISTER or say personnlly would make them beleve t. If they do beleve t, nothng that any offcal or anyone else can say wll make them dsbeleve t. * THE REGISTER has fought msrule n the Democratc party when that party was n power as heartly as t has fought msrule n the Republcan party when that party was n power. It has lost busness by t, lots of busness. Republcans and Democrats alke have fought aganst THE REG- ISTER. Everythng possble has been done to destroy the paper, from the wthdrawal of publc prntng down to beggng people not to do busness wth the paper. Wth all ths antagonsm aganst THE REGISTER the paper hns flourshed and prospered. One of the reasons why t has prospered has been that the people have fath n t nnd know that t s absolutely-free from every knd of poltcal manpulaton. It has no more use for a crooked man n the Republcan party than t has for a crooked man n the Democratc party. It may have made mstakes, but t has never hestated to say the thngs whch at the tmo t beleved should be sad. Whether tho people lke that sort of a paper or not s best shown by results. THE REGISTER today has a crculaton of 4,750 copes, whch s larger thnn the crculaton of any other country weekly n New Jersey and probably larger thnn the crculaton of any other country weekly n the Unted States. It carres more advertsng contnuously than any other counrty weekly n New Jersey and probably larger than any other country weekly n the Unted States. It has a larger volume of want advertsng than any other country weekly n New Jersey and probably larger than any other country weekly n the Unted States. * * Wth ths record THE REGISTER can afford to look "complasantly on prehent condtons. It has passed through smlar condtons many tmes boforo and t has always como out smlng and happy, and more vgorous and more prosperous thnn ever.» In fact ths s tho cape, now, In spte of the antagonsm whch )B BO vcously manfested aganst THE REO- ISTEU by somo offcals. The busness of the paper was never so grcnt as t s now. It has added more machnory and more materal to Its equpment durng tho past year than durng any prevous yenr n ts hstory. It hns recently added an art prntng press to ltd equpment nnd t has ordered a largo press for prntng tho paper. Thla press n expected to reach THE RBOIBTER offce next month. It wll enable THE REGISTER to prnt the paper In Iocs than one-fourth of tho tme now requred, nnd It wll cnablo t to ncrease tho szo of tho paper nt 0 (. cw. mlnutm> notce. The press, wth the necessary, chmkcs to THE REGISTER buldng, wll cost In the neghborhood of $7,50). The fnet thnt tho paper hnsroachfd a condton wtt«re mrh probb ht* boeomo turotttry s tho best possble proof of tho ncrease of busness and general prosperty of.-the Re«8TEgr and of the success whch has attended ts course. OCEANIC GZBL DBAS.. BUM Wattle Brlgrg-a Bles at ong- Branch. Hosptal. Mss Antonette Brggs, daughter of Mrs. Mary C. Brggs of Oceanc, ded at the Long Bransh hosptal Monday afternoon, where she had been operated on for a tumor the prevous Frday. About three years ago she was badly brused whle sleddng and the tumor was the result of the accdent. For the past two years she had complaned of sharp pans n her sde and t was not untl last week that she consented to undergo surgcal treatment. Mss Brggs was chef operator at the Atlantc Hghlands telephone exchange and her vacaton was to have commenced the day she ded. y Mss Brggs had lved at Atlantc Hghlands several years whle n the employ of the telephone company and she was very actve n many of the beneft entertanments held at that place. She was a member of the alumn assocatons of the Atlantc Hghlands and Oceanc schools and was at one tme a student at the state normal school. On July 3d of ths year she was confrmed at All Sants church, Navesnk, by Bshpp John Scarborough. Besdes her mother, she s survved by seven ssters and"two brothers. They are Mrs. Thomas Mclntosh of Monmouth Beach and Mrs. R. S. Dxon, Clara, Bertha, Llan, Mare, Evelyn, Charles and Walter Brggs of Oceanc. The funeral wll be held tomorrow afternoon at two oclock at her home at Oceanc and at th ree oclock at All Sants church at Navesnk. Rev. J. C. Lord wll conduct the servce. The body Wll be bured n Far Vew cemetery. *^r»»-<^ OHABLEB O. BEOTTETT DEAD. Haw Tor Lawyer Des at Summer Home n Mldaletown. Charles Gbson Bennett, a New York lawyer who summers at Mddletown, ded at hs country home last Thursday, aged sxty years.. Mr. Bennett came to Mddletown about ffteen years ago. At that tme he was sufferng wth kdney trouble. He lked the place and he bought a farm and bult a fne dwellng. A short tme afterward the house was destroyed and he bult a larger and fner house on the ste. Mr. Bennett marred Mss Susella Hartshorne of Mddletown, daughter of the late Edward Hartshorne. She and four-young chldren survve hm. For the past few years hs health had been falng. Death was caused by a cancer of the lver. The funeral was held Saturday afternoon and the body was bured n the old Hartshorne uryng ground at Mddletown. BIG jire AT OCEANIC. or ETJOEITE HAJB ZTABBOW ESCAPE. ACUSD LIHCEOPT MAN DEAD. Jolm B. Kelly Passes Away n HB Sev* entletl 7ear. John R. Kelly ded last Thursday afternoon at the home of hs son, Bernard Kelly of Lneroft.. He had been n falng health a long tme, ut hs condton dd not become serms untl four days prevous to hs death. He was seventy years old. He was born n Ireland, and came to ths country about ffty years ago. Most f hs lfe was spent at Everett. In ls younger days he traveled extensvely n the West. Hs wfe, who wns Mss Mary Mulln of Everett, ded ffteen years ago.. Mr. Kelly leaves three chldren, Mrs. Edward Kelly and John F. Kelly of Red Bank and Bernard Kelly of Lneroft. The funeral was held Monday at St. Cathernes church at Everett and the bural was n Mt. Olvet cemetery. FOUND DEAD UT BED. The End Came Suddenly for George P. Smth of Far Haven. George P. Smth, nght watchman on the steamboat Sea Brd, was found dead n bed at hs home at Far Haven Sunday nght a week ago. He was G6 years old. Hs death occurred on hs 45th weddng annversary and at about the same hour that he was marred. He had been n poor health some tme, but hs condton was not thought serous. He went to bed early Sunday nght, and when hs wfe retred later n the evenng she found hm dead. He was a charter member of the Far Haven Mechancs. Besdes hs wfe he leaves a sster, Mrs. Charlotte Doughty of Far Haven. The Far Haven Amercan Mechancs had charge of the funeral. The buryl -Wa8_at_LttlelS_lvcr_!ast Wednesday.. -^ -«> PECDT.IAB CASH OP POISOOTHQ. Everett Woman Snffored Intena Fan From Unusual Cansa. Mrs. Lemuel Soden of Everett s sufferng from a pecular form of posonng due to acds n frut. Last week her face became badly swollen, resemblng mumps. At the same tme a rash broke out, and her features became dsfgured. She etffered ntense pan. Dr. A. C. Palmer of Holmdel was called, and he found t necessary to lance one of the swellngs. Another swellng burst of tself. Mrs. Soden s now much mproved. Dr. Palmer says the posonng was caused by dsorders n the stomach, makng that organ ncapablo of assmlatng the acds of fruts. BELFOBD IOT BOLD. Newark Woman To Bnlld Dwellng Por Bar Own Ooonpanoy. Mrs. Anne Naylor of Newark, who has been vstng at Bclford ths summer, bought a lot at that place Monday from George H. Lohsen. Tho lot s 50x36 feet and fronts on the man rond leadng from the Belford postoffce to the shore. Mrs. Naylor wll buld on the lot at once. She also socurcd, an opton on the lot between her purchase and Davd Wllctta property. -_-. Hndon Hrer monton. Tho Iludfon rvor excurson last Sunday by tho Merchants steamboat company of Red Bank was well nttended. Tho stcambont Albert! na was upcd for tho trp. The.boat went up the rver as far as Ossnlng and a good vew was had of tho New York stato prson and of tho Palsades. Conohman Dead. Wllam Klrkfort, coachman for Raymond Hoaglnnd. of Far Hovcn, ded Monday mornng of last week n hs 00th year. Tho bural wnn nt Now York lnrt Wednesday morflng. Wll Vllt Atlantc Cty.. Tho nnnual encampment of the Grand Army wll be held at Atlnntl- Clty next week. A delegaton from Arrpwumlth pout o f RcMT Bonk wll attend tho encampment. Kr. Kennedy Wan Awaontd by the Breakng of a Lamp Downstars, and He Bnstled Bs Famly Outdoors $350 n CasbWurned Up., A house at Oceanc owned by John Oakes of New York and occuped by Eugene Kennedy and famly was destroyed by fre early yesterday mornng. The entre contents of the house also went up n smoke, and Mr. Kennedy places hs loss at $500. Among the thngs destroyed was $250 n cash, whch was n a bureau drawer. Mr. Kennedy was.awakened bythe breakng of a lamp shade downstars. The fre wasthen well advanced, and Mr. and MrB. Kennedy and ther seven chldren barely succeeded n escapng from.the house alve. Mr. Kennedy grabbed the younger chldren and called to the rest of hs famly to follow hm. John Kennedy, the oldest son, jumped from a wndow to the back yard: Later, however, he reentered, the burnng buldng and herped hs father rescue the other members of the famly. The house was completely destroyed. The fremen dd (?ood work n pre- ventng the flames from spreadng to adjonng buldngs, but the fre was under such great headway that twas mpossble to save the house. Ths makes the thrd fre Mr. Kennedy has suffered. He works on M. C. p. Bordens country estate at Oceanc. PAUTTEB HUET BY PAIL. -Wllam Pope of Lttle Slver Lad Up Wth Two Broken Rbs. As the result of a fall from a ladder Monday aftentoon Wllam Pope, a panter at Lttle Slver, s lad, up wth two broken rbs. Mr. Pope, was pantng the Lttle Slver Methodst church and had about fnshed the job when the accdent occurred. The ladder, slpped and Mr, Pope fell, landng on hs face. He lay unconscous onuhe ground and was frst notced by some school chldren. They told Prank Sherwood that a man was lyng on the ground near the church. Mr. Sherwood and some other men carred Mr. Pope n Davd Moores house. Dr. Harvey W. Young of Red Bank was sent for, and after Mr. Pope had revved he was taken home n Dr. Youngs automoble. HlmSTIB BETZBEB. Bev. Henry Stout Olve TTp the Pastorate of tle Reformed Cnnrob. Rev. Henry Stout, whohas been actng as stated supply for the Reformed church on Shrewsbury avenue, snce last December, has gven up hs charge and has* retred from the actve mnstry. He preached for the last tme on Sunday and admnstered, communon. Mr. Stout, who has been boardng on Monmouth street, wll go to Lakehurst to lve wth hs son. Regular.servces at the Reformed church wll be conducted as usual every Sunday by dfferent supples. Cannng Factory * Oponed. George C Worthley of Monmouth street opened hs cannng factory at Matawan Monday for cannng tomatoes. Squash and pears wll be canned later n the season. About sxty hands are employed at the factory. Pet Calf Posoned. A pet calf_owned by DeWtt Allgor of Eatontown ded from posonng a few days ago. The anmal ded n great agony. * WANTED. Hyp nnd wheat Wtnted. D. ParznJ>\ Oceunc, N. J. >/ PURE MILK. Wholesale and rttatl. Clovcrdnle Farm, Red Hunk. B. BITZAD. Remover of dead anmals, Red Bank, M. J. Telephone 29-J. LAUNDBESS WANTED at once at the Globe hotel. Red Bank. Apply In person at the hotel. COEIT FOB SALE. About 50 bushels of ear corn for.sale. Apply to C T. Leonard, Ited Bank. " MH-K WANTED. 00 (arls of mlk wanted dally,- the year around. Address Joseph Vox, led Unnk. WANTED. Two fresh cows wanted, Holstelns preferred. Address R. H., Bqx 97, led Bank. mow ROOPHUO AND SIDING. Corrugated galvanzed Iron for roof- Ins and Bdng, for sale by J. W. Mount Co., Red Bank. FOB BAKE. Ktchen cabnet nnd pun for sale cheap.- Apply to CrtS. ABselln, 4G Whte street. Red Hank. BAEN FOB BENT. Stable for two horses and three akonh for rent. Apply 52 Wallace street, Ued Bank. H BOOM TO X.ET. y bay wndow room to let. All Improvements. Apply ft 204 East Front street, Ited Uank. PUBNISHED HOUSE WANTED. Furnshed. houbc wth stnble, four ufcdrooms and Improvements. Address Cash, Box 97, led Bank. v SEED BYE rob BAKE. Address Cllas. G. Leonard, Hod Bank, or apply at farm, one mle from Lneroft on NutBwatnp road. FOB BALE. A nrro old fashoned mahopany davenport for nale. Address Box 08, Atlan J tc Hghlands, N. J. BOABDEBB/WANTED. Two large rooms to rent, wth board; near tlnh school; reasonable. 43 Hudson avenue, Itcd Bank. WANTED. Wanted to rent, furnshed house, and dtabln for Clo wnter. Address Careful, Box 97, Itcd Bank. r PXUVBT roh SAE. Two-year-old prlvot for salo; $5 per,000. Apply to II J Roosevelt, 09 Front street. Rod Bank. YOUNO KUf WANTED. Young man wanted to drlvo dclvory waron Apply to W. A. Clayton & Bo., 7 Uroad Htroet, nt oneo. ro» Bof One-year-old barred Plymouth Hook hon», k. II. Morford.. p. I)., led Bunk. Varda nt lenddcna Corner. TWO HATDB WANTED. Ono-aB cook nnd laundrrtm and onn nn chnmbnrmald and waltrou, Apply to N. A. Iorter, Oceanc, N. J. FOB BAtB.. Launch Clara B.. 82 feet long, 6tt II. V. BrllKoport motor; for nalo. Bholdonn loathouho, IllKllanda, N. J, WZBB KB I.Ml Ill wre for yuu. Irul VI, Urower. >l.ctrlcnl contractor, 7 ICnat Kronl «tr>., led Dank. Tol. 44-R. KOB9H AHD B4DD&B FOB BAKU. A ImtclHornu naddlp homo for nale; ul- BO ICnKlluh Bde saddle Apply to W. J, dlhnrtln, Hhrowabury, N... j omahm rom. BUNT. umem fo.ml In RfK""" hllllnk. Hutu hm. runnng wnlrr, nl rnnven- >n«h Appl HI Ilrnlntfr nfflcn., TOMATO*? WAWTBD.,.,,,.A7.,.7%^J. >*. *» -.- -all Ooo. Q, Worthloy Co,, HaUwtn. N, J. Ktnnrr TO LOU on flr»t bond uv mortgage on Improved property n tun t» stlt borrower*. Alston BeeKman, attorney, B«l Bank. UTTJB SELVES HOTTBE FOB BEJTT. For rent, seven-room house, wth barn, pgeon fly, chcken house, etc., George Corfover, near Lttle Slver staton. roft 4AI.E.. Buggy, runabout, and a double and sngle set of harness, for sale cheap. D\ Young. 87 Broad street. Red Bank. MONET TO.0AN. Money to loan In sums to sut borrowers on fjrst bond: and mortgage. A.. L. Ivlns, Regster buldng, Red Bank. OLD BOOKS WANTED. For a prvate lbrary. Address Collector, P. O. Box 77, Red Bank, ana be sure to sfato age, ttle and prce of book. COW WANTED. A good cow wanted, fresh, or comng In proft soon. Please state prce wanted. Address C H., Red Bank IVO. N. J., BABBEB WANTED. Young man wanted to assst n barber busness. One who has had experence preferred. J. W. Elgrm, Eatontown, N. J.. DONT FOBSB«that when you have somethng that you want repared you can get t done at Halghts, 36 Monmouth street. Red Bank. - - OIBZ WANTED. Competent, grl wanted for general housework; small famly; good wages; references requred. 87 Broad street Red Bank.! BLAG AND GRAVEL ROOFING. Leaky tn and slate roofs made tght; also tar and asphalt for sale. Ogden McClaakey, 3 Shrewsbury avenue. Red Bank. BOABDEES WANTED. One room to be occuped by two people; all mprovements; board reasonable. Gentlemen preferred. L. M., Box 97, Red Bank. BITE FOB SALE. 400 bushels -of whte seed rye for sale at 80 cents per bushel. Lous Soffel, Overlook Farm, Half-Mle road, Red Bank, N. J. FOB, SALE. Acetylene gas machne, 60 lghts. Jolts model G. ncludng all brass fxtures, J50. Address Par, Box 97, Ued Bank, N. J. COTTAGES FOB BENT. One, cottage, furnshed, seven rooms, and one eght-room unfurnshed cottage for rent. Inqure, E. H. Grover, Far Haven, N. J. 7 PIANO, FOB BALE. An uprght pano n frst-class condton wll be sold very reasonable to quck buyer. Address Mrs. B. Koch, Belford, N. J. HOMES PIGEONS FOB BAKE. For sale. 400 Homer pgeons n one ot or by the par. Sellng out at bnrgan. prces. George Conover, near Lttle Slver staton. WANTED. Marred, couple want furnshed room, wth use-of bathr wth-or-wthout-board- State terms. Address Reasonable, Box 97, Red Bank. MONET TO LOAN at fve per cent on bond and mortgage that offers ample Becurty, n sums from $5,000 to JS.OOO: Apply to Investor, Box 97, Red Bank. FOSITXO2T WANTED. Stenographer, typbt, bookkeeper; experenced, competent, good references, moderate salary. Address Steno.. Box 97, Red Bank. FOR BENT. A seven-room house In good condton for rent; near Now Monmouth and trolley. Apply to John Hartnedy, Atlantc HlghlnndH, N..T. FOR SALE. A plot of ground, 200x200 feet, or n lots [0x200 feet, for sale on Sprng street. Inqure of E. Baack. 232 Sprng street, Red Bank. FOR BENT. Buldng sutable for shop purposes, rear of I-,ou Tetleys bcycle shop; two lloors. Inqure Doremus Bros. Co., or your own broker. LOST. A pearl broocl lost between the Red Bank staton and Bank street.. Reward f returnd to Mss A. Jackson, Bank street, Red Bank. HORSES BOABDED $0 and $5 monthly; elegant pasture, J8 monthly; box stalls. Holmes Sckles, Monmouth road, near trolley, Long Branch. R. F. D. No.. LAWN MOWEBS SHARPENED. Lawn mowers shnrpened and repared: all knds of machnst work done: delveres free. Walter H. Merrltt, 26 Mechanc street. Red Bank. BED BANK DAIBT. Sweet cream, pure mlk, fresh eggs, homemade butter and buttermlk from our own farms delvered daly. Charles A. McClaskey. Red Bank. AND BICYCLE FOB BALE. Heavy one-horse wagon wth platform sprngs for <7 le- Used very lttlo and *ood as new. Cant. Hoyers make. John W. Hance, Holmdel, N. J. HOBSB FOB SAZ.E. Bay pncer 6 years old: sound and fpar- PBS. Tral 2:5, last half In :06. HHB een a nunrter In.to seconds." Prce 300. G. Cottrell. Holmdel, N. J. FOB SALE. A lot of wheat straw n tho sheaf for sale and also a lot of Green Mountan otntoes. Austn Cnslor. Mddletown. N. J., near ralroad staton. BOOKS TO LET. Two plensnnt rooms on frst floor for rent, sutable for offces or for lght housckeenlne. Inaulre on premses. 50 Monmouth street, Red Bank. SHOE CLEEK WANTED. An experenced shoe clerc vrnnted; ono who thoroughly understands tlp busness; reference reaulred. Address Shoe Clerk, Box 87, Red Bank. FOB SALE. * Wndmll, Flnt & Wallng, steel: tank.200 BOS., 40 ft. steel tower and gal. tank for sale; nearly new. Address Box 22, Elberon, N. J. WHAT HAVE YOU to exchange on a trolley lno In Red Bank for mv farm In Ijlncroft, 2% mles from Red Bnnk? Address L. E. DouglaBB, 8 Broad street, Rod Bank. GIBL8I OIBLS GIBLS Grls wanted for cooks, chambermads nnd houheworkers. Good places for cood grls.- Good wages. Apply to Tetey & Son, Broad street, Red Bank.. BELT LOST.,A black belt wth square slver bucklft obt Sunday olther on trolley car or on street. Fnder please roturn to Mrs. J. Rellly, C8 Brldro avenue, Red Bank. BOBBB FOB BALE. Hnnasnmc bay horse for salo. sutable for famly or Iftrht farm work, exceptonally fne umlcr the saddlo. Apply Thomas Feld, Mddletown turnpke. ATTTOHOBILB BBFAIB MAN wonted, ono wth kt of tools. Gnol Job for an experenced mnn. Stnte salary and exnerlonco.?nrharlan,qarago Co., Eagle Hall block, Anbury Park, N. J. WANTED. \ stuaton as typewrter and stenographer wnntcd. Graduate of Now London busness college. Some oxpprlcnco. Apply at 24 Wallace stroot. Red Bank. SCHOOL OI»L WANTED. Younfr grl wlnhlnpr to no to Bclonl can fnd good homo and modornte watr) for heln wth housework out of nchnol hours. Address School Olrl, Box 07, Ited Bank. BTBHOOBAPBEm. Poston on stenn<traphrr and typst wanted by yountc lady graduate of bustnom colc. HUB ln<l olflce experence. AdlrcHS Ornduatp. no*» Itcd Bunk.. MAM ovunro FABSOM. Mancurng, har work, combnes mndo I.**nflampoolnt and facal manna n<>. Drop DIP n posts) and I wll call. Mrs. Mary Hurlay, 04 Sprng stroot, Rod Hunk. /; VAMTBX>, Horaa and buttry wanted for lt» heap for the wnter; ll«ht worx and good care ulvcn, Would Hkt ontlon of buyng If -». Apply nr Bro«cV «trw>l, led. 70BBBB-T. A modern tght-room houee, bath and a)l Improvements: possesson on or before November let. Rent!0. 28 Sector Place, Ret Bank., GOOD OBAVEL. If you want good roads use Hoppng gravel; Delvered n carload lota nt any ralroad pont. John T. Hoppng. New Monmoth, N. J. FOB BENT. Sx-room house wth bath, range, heater," Tlntern water and electrcty, for $6 per month. B. W. MInton, * East Front street. Red Hunk. ; - TO LET. Modern house, 7 large rooms and bath, to let; open, fre place; hot ar heat; rent very reasonable. Pnckney rood, near Branch avenue. Sherman, Box 34, Red Bank. * BABBICK7S AGBICtTLTlTBAL LEME. S. \v. Barrlck & Sons composton of agrcultural-lme, Baluble and avalable. Stone and bag lme. E. A. Mason, New Jersey sales agent, Red Bank, N. J. (Phone.) PROPEBTT FOB SALE near center of town. House, new; contans eleven rooms, bath and all Improvements; large lot; only part cash. For full partculars, address Box 86, Red Bank. KAN WANTED. A man of energy, not over45 years of age, s wanted to fll a) poston whch provdes an average weekly ncome of ro less than 5. Address P. O. Box 208, Red Bank.. JttlAJ, SBTATB AT A BARGAIN. 480 feet on trolley at Hghlands, overlookng ocean, bay tend rver. Electrc lght and water, near Water Wtch Dark. Easy terms. Address Box 283, Hghlands, N. J. GBAVEL FOB BALE. Gravel for Bale at North CentervlUe, near Kennsburg. Has been known to wear ffteen years on well traveled roads. George A. Vanderbllt, Keyport, N. J., R. P. D. No. 2. FOB BAKE. A 7-passenger LoMer tourng car, 40-H. P., and a Rambler runabout, both cars In good runnng order; demonstraton gven. Apply to W. L. Macdonald, Keansburg, N. J.. DOGS FOB BALE. Two Dalmatlan or coach dogs for sale; blue and red rbbon wnners at led Bank far; seven months.old; $26 and $20 each. Apply to W. K. Kelly, Amercan hotel, Red Bank. LOST. A red leather purse contanng pctures and.a sum of money- lost oh Rver.Plaza grounds. Knder can h,ave money If purse and pctures are returned., Fred M. Tetley, Red Bank. DYEING AND CLEANING garments, etc. Steam-cleanng, renovatng and dyeng of carpets, rugs, etc. Paul S. Bryant of New York. Agency at McGrahams, upholsterer, 87 East Front Btreet. Red Bank. NOTICE. Why not get an estmate from tho uonmouth Contractng Co. on your gradng, cartng, etc. Ther prces are reasonable. Telephone 227-W, Red Bank Frank E. Prce, manager.. FOB SALE. Double barrel gun for sale; also Edson talkng machne, wth large mornng glory horn and 3 records and a Vctor talkng machne wth 49 records. J. W. ElKrlm, Eatontown, N. J. WANTSD., An unfurnshed house wanted, new preferred, wth mprovements; not over sx mnutes walk from center of town; state rental and partculars. Address F. H., Box 97, Red Bank. FACTORY SITE. A pece of property adjonng ralroad, sutable for factory or coal yard wshng to use n sde track. 75 feat on rnllrond. Wll sell cheap at once. Address Heal Estate, Box 97, Red Bank. - WANTED. Steam or hot water heaters, gardens and lawns to care for; ffteen years experence In best homes of Morrlf^town. Carpets cleaned nnd ltt l. J. B. Seldon, 9 Beech street, Ued Bank. WANTED TO BENT. Two ladles desre to rent a small furnshed cottnge n Red Bnnk or vcnty or would care for one for the wnter, nest references. AddresB B. M. C, 85 Bay 28th street, Brooklyn, N. Y. POH SA B. One fresh <;ow and calf; one Butterworth center crane threshng engne, almost new; also one team young mulps, guaranteed sound and true. Apply to II. R. Robnson, Headdens Corner. FOB BAKE. One geldlnpr, 4 years old. broke to harness; one colt, flly, 9 months old, by Ballyhoo Bey; mare In foal, 7 months, by Ballyhoo Bey. Apply to Mr. Anderson. Monmouth Road, near Eatontown. FOB SAXE OB BENT. Store at Leotardvlle, N. J., for sale or rent. Postorflce and telephone now n store. Stock and fxtures of late propretor, C. B. Salter, for sale. Inqure of E. W. Leonard, Leonardvlle, N. J. 8EWXNO VAGHN8. Two Sngers, foldng heads; a New Home, box cover; ono automatc lvedrawer foldng head Snger; all bargans. Nearly new. Frank R. Woode, Ued Bank, dealer n all makes of sewng machnes. VALISE. XVODT. A valse contanng ladles sweaters was lost Thursday about oclock on the.freehold road, about 2 mles from Tnton Falls. Fnder please rolurn to If. Cohn, 39 Madson avenue, Long Branch... BEQILDING AND BEPAZBINO. Antono Mnrano, expert Italan wood jarver and pcture frame worker, formerly wth Joseph Dckopf, has opened a place for hmself at 2 West Front street. Reglld^ng and reparng done at short notce. PARK OF 00 ACRES FOB SALE. Two mles from trolley. Three houses, two, stables and aovcral outbuldngf,,200 feet road frontage, brook.,000 apple and peach trees. Wll sell 70 or 30 acres. 70 Monmoutu street, Red Bank. NOTICE,* Our new furnture store Is now open for your trade, where we are carryng a full lne of new furnture, carpetb. Btoves, etc Schwartzs furnlturo atore West Front street, corner Maple avenue, Red Bank. FOR SALE. Houso on Washngton street, olght rooms, hot water heat; all other Improvements. Prce $4,750; $,000 caah, balance can renan at 6 per cent. Several other bargans Francs Whte, Monmouth and Broad streets, Red Bank. XEYB LOBT,. Bunch of keys lost n the stable yard of far grounds Wednesday, -eeptembor 7th; tag attached bearng name of Mra. E. French, Monmouth Btroet. Lberal reward and no questons ablcea f returned to 3 Broad street, Red Bank... FOB BALB.. A gab range, used only four montlb; Iron and brass snglo bod, complete.; lawn nlower, three-pece parlor furnture, made to ordor, superor qualty, albo ono kltchenotte and a complete bedroom set. Dlsbrow & Stryker, Rod Dank. rabmbbb ATTBWTJOITI Farmers and thresher men! Oaaolne engnes, new and second-hand: four mlls, gran drlls, steam engnes anl nw mlls for URlo. The Oamr Mfg Co floutl Warren Klr.eet. Trenton. N. J., W. Q. nunkles, manneor. Flel phone SUM, TOB SALE. On Bergen placo near Maplo avenue, cosy, comfortable elglt-room louao for»alo; hnndsomely decorated; now modern plumbng and furnace; plot 60X6G feet; Bnnll stablo. Or would exchange for amatl nearby farm and add cash. Francs Whto, Itcd Bank. BB-BBWaWBT^DAnT. Mlk, anl cr-am. fresh lulnr. buttermlk, potchwse, uppclnl mlk for hanlcp Knrsnlefdf pure acrnsoy, lpjlv-rrl lally, A. Orovur. Tel. 84-W. Bln-w*. Imry. N.. Mll from my dary fhnh nnlly s M. tl I urns <«llcn ompn ntnc nl tmyt, ft-l nnnk., for famm ro. LEASE three yours wth prvlege, of re-»lll Ull.V.Inl,, nrau B r.nnrentng. Wll buld rlglt Wny a con vonlent farmhoup, provdng I nntlnd. o relabln party, to laass for sad torm. Twelve ncttn; well fruted, I* or nformntlnn rnll nt U nrna4/troot\nod Bank, Ura. U. ID, Douglass.,! OLSTEBEB. / n ^Vw^t^T, Heru> Bro»- and.arnold, Constable Co., ffew York. Furnture rs covered and repared: awnngs, shadesourtalnb, drapers, layng of carpets! mattng, lnoleum. MattressesMOCUBT? ons to order. McGraham, 37 East Front street, Red Bank. Telephon. 28. Branc* at Hendrlckson ftapplegates. Be totstorng of antque,3,4 mture a epftclalty Henry ^jra-use trront street, her Southern ralroad, Bed Banlt «* «TOV* ova o&k***b~~~ BeauUful reversble rugs made from S?5S3 ««? and chmlll porteres? " an Rug ufacto d chenll port,? 8 -Amercan Rug Ma: Vermont street, Brooklyn ^HB? ^?; "OP*?o BBH*. AUTOMOBILES FOB SALE ~~~ New 90 fully equpped Maxwell run about; two 00 turfy equpped MaxI well runabouts, slghtly, used- one 90t H BBS? Q VSf " HOUSE AND LOT FOB BALE. Corner- of Beech street and Tltnh avenue. House contans seven room,, cement cellar and large attc. ProDertv contans two adjonng lots, 87WfeS frontage each by 67 feet deep! F partculars apply to George W. Brower 288 Beech Btreet,-Red Bank. D "" ve»v BABOATBfS.. One hund»ed» sngle comb Bud Leghorn hens, $.60 each; Borne, fne brds m.?? e T, tnem Severalprze wnnng Whte Holland turkeys and Indan Runner ducks for sale. Remember we won hghest honors at Madson Square Garden. Royal Farms, Lttle Slver N J & HAIR GOODS OF ALL KINDS. - I have a One assortment of new hull., B?? B? a Bt y es - Halr oraera of al knds flled. Comblnga and har bought. A lne of colored peoples har at reasonable prces. Entre now lno of chn-- nons. Satsfacton guarantees to all JIXVJBB, PBOPBBTY F«B SALS Nne rooms, bathroom, all mprovements;-heat and electrc lghts n every room; gas; automoble houso; boathouso on rver front; three blocks from depot pne _ block from Keyport trolley. P o SSf Bfo at once - No - 3 > Rector Place E< ar<v & "* ^ 28 B A CHANCE TO MAKE KOHBT. Boardng house for sale at Keanaburc Beach on Park avenue, near the boulevard; fne locaton. Wll pay for Itself In a. few years. A bg bargan for speo-, ulatlon; very good reasons- for sellng Bame For partculars address J. J ~/&MX AUTO FO* BALB. : For sale. Frankln gentlemans roadster. Same model holds two-gallon effcency.contest (87 mles) and, holds San Irancsco record; can show 40 mles per hour. HaB been repfently overhauled. No-reasonablo-offor wll./ bo rofubodv lor demonstraton and further partculars address Frankln, Box»7, Ked NOTICE. Havng taken a contract to dredge a channel n North Shrewsbury rver, we wll remove about 0,000 cubc yardb of materal. Anyone wshng to extend ther property to the rparan lne, would have an opportunty to have a bulkhead bult and flled In wth ths materal at a very low fgure. Would be glad to estmate. Matthews BroB., Red Bank. SCHNTIHO ADVERTISING. Effectve ad. wrtng as well as Blgn letterng createa a certan Impresson upon the human mnd; It nfluences the wll power and persuades one to actv- Ity; hodco tho magnetc.qualty of MOY- ANS sfgns, that are leaders as mnd agtators. Frankln Catmne Moyan. Sgns of all knds, on anythng, anywhere. Maln-ysteel shop and own resdence, 259 Shrewsbury avenue. Phone 23S-J. Branch offce, 28 West Front street. Red Bnnk. FABMS AND COUNTBY SETS. If you have a farm dr country seat and want to sell It at a prce that s really cheap, let us know about t. Try our method of reachng buyers ard sellng/tor cash. Buyers get the best obtanable at ths prce. Sellers receve the beneft of our twenty years experence In fndng buyers and closng a satsfactory sale.. RAYMOND HENDRICKSON. Manager Farm Department Care Wm. L. Gordon, Heal Estate, Deal, MOTOR CYCLE FOR SALE. 909 model Thor motor cycle n good condton," for,$85. Apply to- Hhtclmann & Co., 32 Clfton avenue, Lakewood, N. J. NOTICE TO COTTAGERS. Screens andscreen doors taken care of; also houseb closed and cared for dur>ng the wnter; also carpenter work done Oust Ornberg, carpenter, Newman Sprngs avenue, Red Bank., Telephone 30-Y. Young Lady Wants Poston. Young lady. desres permanent poston n the offlce of a publshng company. Thoroughly experenced In offce work; also n operatng a Smplex typesettng machne. Address Box 657, Hlghtstown.N. J.,, WORK WANTED. Man and wfe want work. Mnn I* frst-class gardener, used to horses and an all around useful man. Wfe as general houseworker. Both experenced. References. Would accept place as caretakers. Address O. K., Box 2, Seabrght, N. J.. Let Rellly do It! (Edward J. Relly, If you want tho full namo.) Strong horses, padded Vm a, and expert packers nsure, gettng your goods moved wthout breakage and on tme. If anythng gets Token In movng, Rellly replaces It,or pays you the value. So If you are gong to move, Lot Rellly do It. LEBOY PLACB, RED BANK, N. J. The Shrewsbury Academy, wll open the fall term Monday, Sept. 9th. Prmary, Intermedate and collagftte CIOBSOB. Graduates of (le Academy are receved In many of tlc best colleges on tho certfcate of the prncpal. The school wll be open mornngs the week precedng tho begnnng «f the torm..,. B. O. TAMM.GB, A. M, jprlnolpu. ASK rq BE SHOWN THE NEW CORSETS t the DRY GOODS STORE of JSOKPH SAIvZ, l<4 Im Save Your Old Carpets lf;<l II tclla»ll nbou< It. AMERICAN RUG CO. at* "kuj;»0th Tttrr. NKW VOBM

13 "^-fff/- <WJ. J. KrdeHs,havng the front of hs store panted. L. Chaneroy s dojng the work. Fred Fortune, of Beech street.hap r e to Shore, South.Carolna, where wll enter Shore College. When through there he wll enter Howard Unversty. T. Thomas Fortune, who s employed on a Trenton newspaper, has moved to New York wth hs famly. Frederck K. French and -famly have moved- from Mrs. Egans house on Monmputh street to the house formerly occuped by Mrs. Helen Frost on Hudson avenue* moved tl New York. The Percy Sherman house on Peters place has been rented to George B. Whtmore of Belmar. TTT.T* rta jrswv.?t va Bupptr at Va» Xng* j. Bmtgltters ZComortmt. The Wddletown Kngs Daughtere wll hold ther annual farand supper n the.vacant hoube on Conover avenue tonferow afternoon and nght. Supper wll he served fromfve to nne oclock. The house has been loaned to the socety, through the courtesy of J. F. Swackhajner. If stormy tomorrow the far and supper wll be held Frday at the same hours. Mrs. H. R. Gbodchld s secretary of the socety,, Exhbton Work Returned. Mrs. Frost has The school work of the Mddletown pupls, whch was on exhbton at the Red Bank far, has been returned to the pupls who dd; the work. The T S, 0 u f «n, work, was very credtable and the chl- John Roberts of Oeeanport has ac- dten fcel ver d to thnk that jt Pt t S t t phto.t;lafi z J t. _ p a poston n Stewarts photograph gallery on Broad street. Edwn Burr has moved nto the Thomas Davs house on Broad street. Mlsa Hazel Foroat of,brooklyn spent Saturday and Sunday of last week wth her uncle, George F. Smth. of Oakland street. Frederck- Eurch s workng n Clarence Wallngs store on East Front street. - Mss Mare Smth has accepted a poston n Fellowss fashon store on Broad street Mss Ester Davson of Mechan street has returned home after Bpend-. ng a short tme wth frends at Trenton. Mrs. Augustus. Layton and daugh ter Anna of Drummond place returned home Sunday, after havn spent a week at Asbury Park. Robert Lesle Austn of Broa street, who has been employed n th< offce of the Monmouth county far assocaton, wll next Tuesday beg the study of dentstry at the Unversty of Pennsylvana.,. -.., Wllam A. Truex, Jr., of Hudso avenue, has returned from a month stay n Sullvan.county, New York He made the trp for hs health an> le s much mproved. Mr. and Mrt. ChatleS; Chandler o Washngton, D. C., are vstng Mr. Chandlers sster^. Mrs. John E. Chamberlan of Branch avenue. Henry Av Guyon and daughter o Asbury Park, formerly of Red Bank, were vstors n town Sunday. Mss Sophe Loeb of New York vjatng Mss Marguerte Davdson o: Leroy place. John Reagan of Mechanc stteet, who s a surgcal jlatent at the Long Branch hosptal, s slowly recoverng from appendcts "Joseph N. Feld of Sprng ^street celebrated hs 82d brthday on Frday, September. 2d. Mr. Feld s n gooc health. For many years he conducted a harness shop on Wharf avenue. Mrs. M. Ellson Brown of Locus avenue gave brth to a daughter Mon day mornng. ; Rev. and Mr?. E. L. Whte, who have been lvng at Poson, Montana have moved to Lewston, Montana, where Mr. Whte has a fne charge. Mrs. Whte was formerly Mss Neva Asay, daughter of Burrowes Asay of Worthley street. Mss Madelne Hoffman of Keyport s spendng part of ths week wth her sster, Mrs. Harry Ford of Monmouth street. Charles G; Hall of Asbury Park wl be employed n M. M. Davdsons new clothng store. Mr. Hall s a furnshng goods man and for several years he was employed n Gmble Brothers store n Phladelpha. Scott Lorgstreet and famly have moved from the Throckmorton house on Washngton street to the Brandt house on McLaren street. Mr. and Mrs. John Carney o Shrewsbury avenue and Mr. and Mrs Thomas Norman of Brdge avenue are on a trp to Scranton and East Stroudsburg, Pa. - Mrs, A. C. Hurley of Brdge avenue has been entertanng frends from Brooklyn. Rev, J. W. NckelEon, pastor of the Calvary Methodst church of Keyport»"-«yesterday callngon frends n Iowa.,,,j annual reunon of the 29th regment of New Jersey s ; beng held at.long Branch today. Red Bankers who are attendng the reunon are Charles Curts, JameB-H. Sckles, John Banton, Robert R. Mount, Danel Ir- \wn and Major Joseph T. Feld. \ Mss Mame Reynolds has returned to her home n Jersey Cty after spendng a" short tme wth Mrs. Wllam Decker, Jr., of Leghton avenue. John Carroll, Jr., who has been spendng hs vacaton wth frends n New York state, has returned to hs poston as drver on one of Mullens baker wagons. Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Fay of Wavprly place attended the state undertakers ball at the Coleman House at AFbury Park last Thursday. D. DuBos Smock of Oakland street has returned from a vst at Whte PlnnB, Tarrytown and vcnty. - Charles K. Humrchouse, who s emplovedon THE REGISTER, was called to Fagerstown, Maryland, on Sunday by the sudden death of hs mother. KB. WEIS BTZS HOBS PBOFEBTTT. K*> Pntonases Mr». John Poarts Borne on Monmoath street. A. Max Wes has bought Mrs. John Fourts house on Monmouth street for $3,300. The house contans eght rooms and s provded wth modern Improvements. A stable s on the property. At present Mrs. Fourt s occupyng the house, but she wll move to Wsconsn, where, Bhe formerly lved. Mr. Wes has not decded what he wll do wth the property. He s certan, however; that an nvestment In Monmouth street property s bound to be proftable and that no matter whether he speculates wth the property, bulds a store or rents the housn, he s sure to make money on the-deal., BBOM3T I.BO OKABXXO- THTB. runnng-dale Mu Meets wth an Aooldent at M»d Bank. One of the tranmen at the Red Bonk turntauo on Saturday nght found a man lyng on the track and groanng wth pan. An examnaton showed that the mans leg waa broken. Ho sad he waa Randolph Gant of Farmngdalc, and that ho was n pursut of a man who hud stolon hs wahh. when he trpped and fol. Ho sad the- man naked hm the tme and then grabbed the watch and ran. Polceman Allen Smth accompaned the man to the Long Branch hosptal, whoro tho broken bone was met. Wllam BoatU* Dead. Wllam Beatto of Locust avonue ded Tuordny of lost week In hs 82d your. Hs death occurred at tho homo of hs Ron, Charles Uenttlc, flth whom ho hod lved a number of yeara..tho. funeral was held last Frday at the houre snd wnn conducted by Rev. Robert MncKollar. Tho bural waf In 5"l \ * It pays tomvuumtn u«rrasm. was on exhbton and vewed by so many persons. Some, of the chldren have expressed the desre to have the work left n the school buldng for -vstors at the school to nspect. Store and Staton Bobbed. Lufburrow &.. )Thompsons general store and the "ralroad staton were broken nto last week and robbed. At the store a few cgars were stolen. At the ralroad staton the theves broke nto the chewng gum machne and stole about $2 n pennes. They upset the tckets n the offce but nothng belongng to the ralroad company nor to the postoffce department was stolen. Advertsed Mal. Advertsed mal s at the Mddletown postoffce addressed to Davd Rpsenblaum and to Joseph Balough, care of George Balln. There have been fewer.advertsed letters at the offce here ths summer than n several past summers. Horns from a Vst. Mrs. Bartne Green, mother of Mrs. E. W. Johnson, returned home last week from a vst to frends and relatves at Asbury Park. Mrs. Green was n bad health- durng the sprng but she s huch* mproved now and a speedy recovery s looked for. Hotel Keeper Improvng-, Edward Polhemus, propretor of the Vllage Inn, who has been lad up several weeks wth acute ndgeston and whose condton at one tme was so serous that t was-thought he could not recover, s now but of danger and s-rapdly recoverng. Blacksmths.son Better. Edward Johnson;.Bon of E. W. Johnson, the blacksmth, who was confned to the house several weeks wth sckness, s out of dange-r. It was at frst thought the chld had dphthera, but such was not the case. n& Italans* What astonshes- the vstng Brton most s the manner n,whch every knd of mmgrant -to the Unted States adapts hmself to the prevajlng deas about Englshmen. In the course of conversaton wth the noble Italan who condescends to brghten shoes the vstor nformed the bootblacktthat he was au Englshman and Englshmen had a great respect for Italans, and had entertaned Garbald n grand style. - - "Ingleesl^Ha! Ha! Inglees!" sad Dego n soft, muscal tones. "Ha! They spca no good, dey droppa da hatch!" PAZtt Dr. Wllam D. Ssyre Pay* an Offcal Vlrt to thepnblo School. Dr. Wllam D. Sayre, santary nspector of the publc schools, made hs frst vst to the Far Haven school last week. Alss Edna Warren s sck at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. George P. Smth. Mrs. 4 Theodore N. Darnell s vstng frends at Phladelpha. Mss Lyda Darnell returned from her vacaton at Magnola, N. J., Saturday. Mrs. Katherne Lews returned to Phladelpha Monday, after spendng two weeks wth Mrs. Darnell. Mr. and Mrs. George Coon of New York are vstng Mr. and-mrs.-george Lews." Mr. and Mrs. Edward Snyder, Mrs. Morrs Tlton and Mrs. Benjamn Tlton of Keyport spent Wednesday wtn frends here.. Msses Ruth, Ethel, Hazel and Edth Stout of Brooklyn are spendng ths! week wth Mr. and Mrs. Roland Fen- more. Edward Dunn and James Gray of New York spent Sunday here wth frends. Mrs. J. H. Waterman has returned to Far Haven, after takng a trp through New York state. On October 4th she wll start on her return to her home at Jacksonvlle, Florda. George Wllams, who, has been employed as chef at the Atlantc hotel, has resgned and accepted a smlar poston at Lakewood. In the Nnrsery. A lttle grl, aged three, had been left n the nursery by herbelf, and her brother arrved to fnd the door closed. The followng conversaton took place: "I wants to turn n, Csse." "But you tant turn n, Torn."/ "But I wants to." "Well,. Ise n my nghte gown, an nursesays lttle boys mustnt see lttle grls n ther nghte gowns." After an astonshed and reflectve slence on Toms sde of the door, the mnature Eve announced trumphantly, "You tan turn n now, Tom; Ive tooked t off!" HI* Xaadwerk Zmproyln*. After a slent study of ler fathers somewhat unprepossessng countenance Jttle Gertrude patted hs face. "Father," ehe sad,- %d God. make you?" "Yes, dear." / "And dd. he make me, too?" "Yes, dear." She gazed nto the mrror a moment and tke) lookng at her parent agan nqured: "Dont you thnk hes dong better work lately?" Tellng the Old Kan. Parent Theres" ^6 use talkng, young man, my daughter can never be yours. ( Young man Of course she cant be my daughter; but shes gong to be my wfe, just the same, and the. sooner you get the dea out ot your head that she snt the soor"er youll have room under your ld for some other dea. See? Advloe to the Bantam. A lttle grl who had a lve bantam presented to her was dsapponted at the smallness of the frst egg lad by the brd. Her deal egg was that of the ostrch, a specmen of whch was on the table n the drawng room. One day the ostrchs egg was mss At the Photographer- Woman These photographs.you made of myself and husband are not at all satsfactory and I. refuse to accept them. Why, my husband looks lke a baboon. Photographer Well, thats no fault of mne, madam. You should have thought of that before you had hm taken.. ^»^^ : ^ Ht wfe* Bathng Bat. Customer My wfe told me to stop n and buyher a bathng sut. What are your prces and szes? Dealer We have a very nce one here that Im sure she wll lke. A ffty-dollar bll wll ust cover t. Customer That s just about the ng from ts accustomed place. It. Customer mat s jus aoouc was subsequently found near the spot Blze she wants. How much s t? h th bt td d t I «qy d ne he spt where the bantam nested, and on t was stuck a pece of paper wth the j words: "Somethng lke ths, please. F ar Knew BO* Value. Keep on tryng. want you to sue that (woman for $5,000 damages! She stole- a ran as never fell In Boston blot-: What Hoah Dd. my husbands affectons S Lawyer But, madam, your hus- A member of the Nebraska lecsla- hand s well known n thb communty. ture was * " T ~ A " **"* "" * " momentous ng sad: "In the words of Danel Webster,! who wrote the dctonary, Gve me lberty or gve me death. " was makng a speech on some M advse you to Bue the woman for a mtous queston, and n conclud- smaller sum say?25< Wooden tegu Kot Hooded. "Please, maam," sad the servant, theres a poor man at the door wth One of hs colleagues pulled at hs j wooden legs, coat and whspered: "Danel Web-.. W hy, Mary," answered the msster dd not wrte the dctonary; t tress, n a reprovng tone, "what can was Noah. We do wth wooden legs? Tell hm "Noah nothng " repled the speak- we don. t wall t any. : Noah hunt, tnn nrlr " -. er; "Noah bult the ark. Advce to tb» Aotre**.. Styles for Kate Hoar«. These are the- very latest style," It was durng a performance of j sad the clerk who was showng pajamas to the precsely dressed man. "The latest,style s what I want," remarked the man, as he opened hs purse. "I seldom get to bed untl after mdnght." -,-. - Faust n a provncal town; after the duel. Martha, who rushed n at the head of the crowd^ rased Valentns head, and held hm n her arms, durng the frst part of the scene, and exclamed n evdent alarm: "Oh what shall I do?" For a moment therewas death-lke stllness n the house, when a voce from the gallery suddenly palled olt: "Unbutton hs weskt.". Tho tre of the Word. It Would Improve Wth Age. Old Lady I want you to take back the parrot you sold me. I swears very badly. fnd Teacher Johnny, what s the mean- ng of the word "procrastnate"? Brd Dealer Well, madam, ts a! very young brd. Itll learn to swear better when ts a bt older. When all the panes are hung v/t frost, Wld wlzard-worlc ot Jsllv^r Vtrjt,. draw-my,, sofaon. tm rug Retre the. apclent ehlroney-place. TJpon the panted tles are /mouque And rooarets, and here and there A blnd muezzn lfts hs hands And calls the fathful unto prayer..folded n dle; twlght dreams,. hear the. hemlock chrp and sng Aa If wthn ts luddyeoro It held the happy heart of Sprng. Fcrdous never sang kb that, Nbrlaad "gfnv^f.nor Haflz gay; ; I lounge tnu.blpw whte rngs of smoke, And watch.olem-^rlse.and float away. The curlng vtfe&tttt lke turbans seem Of slent slaves,that come and fco Or V^zprs, packed.wth craft and crme, Whom I behead from tme to tme, t.wth ppe-stem at a sngle blow. And now and then a lngerng, cloud Takes gracous fornvot my /JeBlre, And ut mysldemy lady stands, Unwndsher velwth snowy hands A shadowy "shape, a breath of fre! O Love, f you were tynly here Heslde me n ths mellow llgf, Though nl the btter wnds should blow, And all tle ways be choked wth show, Twould be a true Araban nlghtt SHOBE IEAVE. Altfough no devotee of Mr. Rudyard tclplng, my aunt was n perfect, If unconscous, accord wth a lne of hs whch proclams a geographcal lmt, to the Ten Commandments. To her: pnd, frost and vrtue go as nsepar- «nce qutetboy., n lptgljtng ILIB open dlallke. "Now, Jhat8 what I- gay," Mrs. Bfowne went on. "But a lodger, left today, because of me keepng hm." "A lodger left? But why, what dd he do?"."look at that town!" Mrs. Browne waved a despsng baad. "Tlpres a few whte people up on the hll, but much they know or care about a par- «el v of salors. Just strange young men, wth mothers of ther own at home, and sweethearts." "YfcB,- notced he wore a rng." Mrs. Browne had much to tell. I "Yes, and you wll notce how bad he I feels when he looks ot It, too. And a gayer boy than he was, three days ago! But what.dp people expect? Keep em afloat three months, turn em loose ashore n a black-and-tan town lke ths, wth money In ther pockets, and.not a thng.for them to dp Not a home for the boys to go n, not a whte woman to throw them a word. What do they expect?" she broke off mpatently. ;» "And what happened?" She seemed to awat my queston. "What happened, mss? Why, the only, thng! Theres no decent amusement here for one whte lad, not at the best of tmes, let* alone a hundred ably lnked-aa self-ndulgence and hoti a» d more. Theres Just two thngs baths, and whle her Intellgence has j JJ^y d d tt d k t never dened that.a hgh mercury mght be looked for In the tropcs, the fact of needng a fan on the day after, Chrstmas flled her wth ndgnant dsgust... j We had made ths plgrmage to avod dampness, but on the way from the. boat to our lodgng a ran such an!... _ procrastnate Pupl To put off., Teacher Rght. Use t orjrnal sentence. Pupl The brakeman procrastnated the tramp from the tran. What the Masked Man Wanted. "Theres a masked man at the back door." Marys Aunt Mara. Mstress Dd you have any conpany last nght, Mary? ted out every feature of the vllage. The whole place was dstressngly unlke Falrhaven, Mass. Our hostess offered apologes. Yes, they were a, trfle upset Carpenters puttng up a bathhouse In the garden,, and 200. guests bad just left (the house accommodated. 8), salors from a gunboat, on three days shore leave, for Chrstmas. "They hava all left, dd you sayt My aunt countenanced no bellgerents but herself, and sttng uprght on a couch In Mrs. Brownes myaterloub parlor, she raked the shadowy corners for trace of naval occupaton. "Yes, maam. All gone, that s, but one. Hes quet enough now, poor lad." Mrs. Brownes voce nevertheless hnted at anxety. Frst a lghtnng-quck patter of unshod feet, then through the doorless doorway burst a lean, clnnamonpolored man, Btraght-halred, straghtfeatured, wld-eyed Of course tme only showed these detals. Our tlrst vson was a headlong tangle of. brown nakedness and whte, drapery, radatng terror and -haste. An escapng end of whte stuff trpped blm, and ; wth a shrek he fell, rolled over, and! shot under the sofa upon whch my aunt sat wavng her. fap, just n tme jto escape _the onslaught of a large,, Mstress When you sec her agan b ack dev " wh. brandshed a trdent!wll you tell her that Bhe left her tn-. V Ereat power and sharpness. : bacco pouch on the pano? >! "You Johnson, you sr! You ne.,. groes are a perfect pest!" Mrs. What the Man Ded Of.! Browne fearlessly adrtressed the fend. can do, and gettng drunks not the worst." Beyond, In the avenue of palms, I could dmly see Frank Llston pacng to and fro, wth bent head, dejected shoulders and the nvncbly sprngy step of youth. "And he could have dodged arrest, If hed been wllng to qut lke the others," Mrs. Browne contnued. Theyd have never caught hm. Easy enough for a salor to swng out of any wndow In ths town. But he saw the grl was dyng." "The grl?" But ths tme I was to learn wthout further queston. "Yes, mss. Of course he never should have been there. You and I know that. They were all, or moat of them. In one of those coon Jonts. I dont know Just how t began, but a grls black fellow got In, fghtng drunk, of course, wth a machete. Blashod an artery, and she was bleed- Ing badly. The other boys lt Out No one wants to be mxed up n th&se rows. By the tme the polce got In, there was no one but her and Frank. He wated to try and s(op the flow. And thats how hes here now, under survellance. No frends to go: bal for hm, tll the tral. Say, you dont mnd, do you?" she asked abruptly. "But maybe wed best not tell your aunt." Wth ths I heartly agreed. "And the other lady left?" I marvelled. "Perhaps beng a mother Is Just why," I suggested, watchng the lonely young fgure on Its dsconsolate promenade. Presently the polce, offcers agan ntervewed Frank Llston, and Mrs. Drowne further voluuteered that they requred hm to keep early hours. "Not that hes gettng much sleep, these nghts, les so afrad hs peope ; wll catch wnd of It, and the grl at home. He comes from New Hampshre, a Horrors! Is he after my da- "Dd yourfather de sezed of much monds? property?" asked the lawyer. The devl burat out In ah mpolte "No madam He onlv wants to "No," repled the dsconsolate her, I De, QUV ", our f t ouc m an > P <> l«sgn borrow a7an of casolne" t0 "he ded sezed of the sherff." I genealogy of all cooles; my aunt, j Uston \ OLD SHIPS. (A Bevere n an Old Shpyard.) other grls I know " W27 Bho Talked ao Jfacb. "She talks twce as much as the ASSOCIATION OAVES. Bed Bank Tenns Kay«r» Defeat I>ak«- wooa Other Assocaton Events. At the Chrstan assocaton meet at Lakewood last week, Benjamn VanVlet and Jerome Matteson of Red Bank defeated the Lakewood. team. Benjamn VanVlet won ten out of eleven games of checkers last week playng aganst Thomas T. Tallman of Red Bank. Mr. VanVlet s conldered one of the best checker play- :rs n Monmouth county. ^, At the assocaton meet at East Orange Saturday, Edward Conover of Broad street got thrd prze n the unnng hgh jump. He jumped fve eet, sx nches. The prze was a jronze emblem bearng the assocaton seal and the offcal state seal. EMPLOYEES WOT TO BLAUB, rohs Hanen ot AUantlo Hghland! Wll do Afar Trolley Company. On Labor day nght a trolley car struck a rg at Hghlands n whch were John Hansen and famly of Atlantc Hghlands. Some of the occupants of the wagon were hurt, and the men n charge of the car were arrested. At a hearng before Justce Hardy of the Hghlands last Frday nght the men were dscharged. Mr. Hansen sayb he wll brng sut aganst the company. A Inr Bxpnanmm. A baby arrved at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Danel E. Hopkns of Shrewsbury avenue Sunday of last week n the shape of a ten-pound boy. Mr. Hopkns a a drver for the Unted States express compnny and he says ho new nhabtant wll bo dong the onc- work some of these days. Mrs. Hopkns was formerly MIBB Grace Gbln of Red Bank. SOUTHS., DROWN. At Red Bank, on Monday, cptcmbor 2th, Mr«. Morrs VMaon rown, of a daughter. KELL.Y. At IlocJ Hank, on Monday, loptombor th, Mrs John Kelly, of a laughtor. VANNKSS. At Shrewsbury, on Prl-»y, September 9th, Mrs. Wllam Voncus, of a son. - DUHNSIDIB. At Red Bank, on Thurs- "ft. lay, Hoptcmbur Int. Mre. John Uurnnldo, f a son. HOPKINS. At Itcd nank, on Sunday, loptombor 4th, Mrs. Danlol Ilupklnu, of non. j OHAMItnOY. At nod nank, on Tuonlay, Soptombor <th, Mrn. Anatolo Clumoy, of a Bon. OICRONI. At Itcd Iank, on Saturday, leptoub«r 0th, Mm.l Horuco Qoronl, of Bon. KANIDY. At Oaoanlo, on Tuesday, eptombor fth, Mrs. John Kaney, Of a on, - OllIlIEN, At Rumaon, on Thurpday, Ot«mb«. ^th, lra. Frank OBren, of dauflntef. If men could learn what you shps know, Leanng along the quay, Old gants crppled-by the loud Wld anger of the Sea, Surgng n awe and wonderment Tho souls of men would be! Could you but tell tho stately joy Of your^eftectunl day, ; When worked by anxous hearts you swung, Soundng the channel-way. Under a Hun-spltshed foregn head Into an unknown bay! Oh, that somo master caught the song Sung round your Hashng wngs, Your coppered prows, and found the full Calm sense of awful tlngs You shps have felt who made the road For faths and men and kngs. Headng out. for the dark world ends r Whero fate wth the human wars, Your every plnnk was a story brave, -she has a doubly chn." When Trouble Comek "Dont court trouble." take care of tself. ; Slowng Tme.. I. And must I de here, I.Whove loved the unpent prares of my brth..- Snce Ive loved aught? D e exled from telr Bght. ;, Shut from the sky stll Vpndlng over them, A nameless, tenant of n nunbered cut! In ths dreftr hundred-cnarrbered house I of pan? Forgot, unknown, who once dd hope that Song spoke from your bendng spars. Your hallards rung to tho mornng wnd. Your topmasts frghted the Btars! Wfvo seen tho summer h-orlzon take On whte shps gong South Far dreams and desres of Btraded. men Into ts Homng mouth; Shps drve fnr over the rch, brght Sen, Men droop Jn a land of drouth. They watch your gongs and muse In awe Of all that the hgh shps know Of mammoth bllows thafrlso and wreck, Of jagged rocks grndng slow, Of unknown wonders, away, beyond. Whore never the landsmen go. Tho salt that burns and tho dreadful death. Hoarse crlca.trom desolate throats, Ropes wrenchng loud whle the mountan seas Flck men from the decks lke motes; Not n green fabulous sles but here Romances ensgn lloats! Romnnco? That dreams a le! You fought Tho hdeous battle nnd chance. Heard brown men curso at tho frghtful thngs That harass a shps ndvanco But youvo been far out whero the world H new, Youvo fathomed the real Romance! You sot n tho frownng forost oft Tho germ of nn opulent town; The statesmans empre-plans have spread jd hob thrown tho engnes down; Now the years come sad to you dyng shps Wthout hopo and alone. Though you have found the Ocean Bwcet, Though yon have knbwn hm cruel. Though your lghts flared llko theoeacon fres Your planks shall splt for fuel, Now youvo lmped up tho rver Blow, Fagged, beaten In the duel! Bravo death n a storm s not your doom; They towed you as worn-out slaves Fnr from tho reach of your^rcstlcbb wld Old enemes, tho wavob, For Ocean chafes at tlo masterful shps And black rovongo ho craves! You found fresh worldu wth your slm, swft prow, Learned moro than the greatest shall, But a shameful track to death awats Kaur-mttHtor and caravnl: You rot wth tho black coal-barges round In a smoke-bofoggod canal I Old ahlpsl Old shps! Its battlo and bear (The nghts blot out tho sky. A strong man offers hd one shamed sob And a maden her wont "Good-bye," earth Should hear the name the hlls, -she, daughter of As they turn In tho dark from hallowed placo Where tho old nllpn come to dlo). When oft In tho cnvorned nght mon S tho On lfes loeed mystery, Search for tho truth Inlne Tho las-boon and to-be, o truth ln*>aco and powor, Tho n n n bo, Tho anflwor coton In vlnlonod death,- Death and tho vlalonod Sea,. And you hnvo strode that opal Bea,. Touched that enchanted ky, Fought In the nght, and loved our sun And.workod your part (lood-nyo for all your knnwirdk" rota wth you Aa all your aorrowa de. Gave, chrstenng, me, her frst-born of the plans.. And dyng Hjloke.. What season s t, Nurst:? But I forgot, there are no seasons here; Only the heat and cold uncompated Of leaf and herb; no tamperng tree or shrub, No branch on whch a brd may lght and brng- Fresh token that the felds stll le about. Tle gardens where the Lord dd hbt UH. What month then. Nurse? The comng n of May? But ths Is not the tme for one to de Of unsown deeds and hupob unharvested; TIs plowng tlmo. The Bun Is shnng, NrH-? On RUch a day I plowed,tho stubblcd land That lay beyond the vrgn feld, unfenoed,, > Whore larks were sngng on ts flowered knolls v And frogs made luusomo musc n Its You scare that,, coole fyan crazy wth [ country lad, and shes a schoolmarm. I your nonsense. Clean crazy!",, Certanly f a creakng couch be sgn of troubled slumberb, Frank, spent a nght the wakefulness partly reassured, rased a domnant of whch passed»over the partton Massachusetts voce. At that moment I between our rooms. He tossed and ] a young man lounged n the doorway.. tossed, and all the whle a sense of a curly-headed lad of some two and gult, of addng to hs troubles, lay twenty, wth thck black har, bold I upon me, rdculously, fantastcally, black eyes and rosy cheeks smooth! but wth a shver of growng responj as a grls. When he smled, hs full sbllty. red lps parted over teeth, as strong j At daybreak he wan up, softly and whte as a sound young dogs..! dressng. I could swear that he wrote a letter. Then came a queer sound, a clck, another. I could not place that sound, t worred me. Sudden lght flooded my room, the dawnless tropc sunrse. Slppng on a dressng-gown I passed out through open doors nto the quet garden. Strange hot-house plants bloomed lke weeds, strange fragrances wafted n over the harbor. Far to the^rlght, long rollers of surf broke on a rocky promontory, sendng up fountans of gleamng spray. Crclng gulls hovered above the anchored shppng. On the "No; court a grl and the rest wll He wore nondescrpt clothes, suggest- It a f»fl Y*\ A^ f Calf " ^ J*_ L - ^..* mm " ng the sea, and a small gold seal rng, on the lttle fnger of hs left hand. A fne, lusty creature born to work, hard, play hard, and satsfy hs keen young appette upon all the fruts of the earth! Seeng, after a gleam of amusement, that my aunts wordy anger covered genujne frght, he bade the Intruders be gone, addng a touch of authorty, as the masqueradng negro seemed dsposed to lnger. Then ndeed my aunts eloquence knew no bounds:... And doctors send nvalds to ths place! A nervous woman mght easly have ded for less! "I shall see" for all her wlbdom I turnng, Jn great crses to man, even to beardless adolescence "I shall see that paper I wrte for s suppled wth full detals ot the truth a»out ths sland! My nece shall help me get oft the letter by tomorrows boat!". Now why was t that at ths, tho lad lost color, grew sullen? The look he gave us became dstnctly hobtle, swales. I hoar them now! cry And lsten, Nurse, tho Of klldeer mournng over some long loss, Refusng to be comforted. That day Tho oat was sprngng In tlo greenfrnged feld That soon Bhould furnsh ppes for summers wnds; Tho solemn cranes went cronkng overbead Through cloud-mnde asles ther glad processonal, And I, my Horace strappod upon tho beam, To read whle restng at the furrows end, Was happness and hope Impersonate. In that wde-crclng nmphlthentre I atrovo alone, whle all about stood those Whod como from out all tlmo, from out all lands, To seo -what I would do wth llfo. And now, To-morrow, I go buck; back to tho flolds. I shudder thnkng of tho travel forth To bo as somo unpltlcd pauper drven In sombro wagon through the clamorous stroet Whero heedless go the throngs to tlolr woft tasks (Among them ono to tnko up mlno undone); And t,hon md Jent or cursng ferred oor Tlo wver, onco my Rubcon, but now Tha Styx of all my van endeavor here. Id Uako my task agan! Ah, If I could! Yotthoro Is that sweot lurng of tho nrth QercOmlng me. To-morrow I go back, In that same feld I plowed thero lot mo le; Beneath the trco whoso spreadng room my aharo las often wounded In Its grcedlnonh, Thcro lot mo Ho, that wth each passng sprng I, wth the sup, mny clmb Into Us boughs, Peer through Its loaves across tho plnln I lovrtf And sleep the wnters In my furrowed bed. TInhovcc by falsa ambltlonsnd the prde That stlra all envy and that gets all hate; lterary crtc TOT OUT paper at home; shed rather de a.thousand deaths than menton.yqo!" - - "Thenwhy,,. r, He ponted. downward to, bg lost pstol. "But why not let me... what busness of yours?" "None," I confessed. "But come, Frank Lsbon! Let ua talk tula out!" "Youre a woman," he objectedj "You..." He eyed me doubtfully.! "Youre not old!" "Anywoman worth the name Is old enough for that!". t -., "But women lades " he corrected, "dont.., cant..." "Lsten, boy," I turned on ftm. "Ths B bad enough, pg enough, for you to de of, you strong, young thng, wth a mother at home maybe, and a awetheart." Haw he r wlnced_at; that! "And you Btop to thnk whether we, you and I, two human bengs, can talk t out! And three days ago you ddnt stop at dong It!"" He shook hs head. "Yon dont understand. No woman can! I dont) see why It Is, myself, but BO It IB>" After a mlnuteb broodng. *,..- Suppose the people at home dontj fnd out! Can I go back, and al-j ways thnk some day they surely wlui! You dont know what shes lke. 8ha beleves!" The nartculate youns creature paused, struggled wth some Inner pocket, and held me but a pcture. A grl wth starry, trustful look! Agan my eyes fllleo.. "What s It?" he agan asked. "Only thnkng how she would hatej looked tonght, when the cable tanej You would have been well out of t" I could not spare hm now. He pondered, "fut If she really knew.... ", ; Women," I broke n, "know ftuy more than you ever dream.. Look at me. You say I am not old! Yon sayj, dont understand. Why, lad, ta smple, smple as the tdes, and) [death, and lfe! Why? Who can sayt But so It Is." "When we came down here," at last he softened, "I never meant.. ". "Everyone knows that," I reassured hm. "Its only ths. You bad beenj kept thrsty In a desert Thrst ta natural. Deserts are torments. Then! you came where there were only gut-j tern. Sants and heroes resst! But! you are nether. And must you de, ;because you fall short of the jbestt Its hot here, and strange, and dla-.turblng. That woman, yesterday, felt! defled at beng under the same root wth you. Today, It seemed, poor IadJ that you were copy fdr a harpy of a newsmonger. You forgot that whktp ever lay aganst you, youd never been a coward. You bad rsked all tmsj rather than leave a dyng grl. Youve stood lke a man, ready to pay; whyj default now?" He rased hb head a lttle, not meetng my eye. "I couldnt leave her!" The others dd." lad my hand on hs Bhoulder.. Suddenly he broke out wth hs pentup horror. "If you only knew how lttle I lked It! Tme and tme agan. they say, Come ashore wth us!" And you dont go: Theres your grl at home! And you wrte letters. Yott read stale books, you smoke ppe after ppe... and... but then there comes a tme, you never know why...". "Ah, lad! Who does? But If youre flawed, pck up the peces and go on. Im often n New Hampshre; some day Ill see that grl of yours. Shall she be wearng black, and lvng under a slent dread, half knowng, half fearng to know?" "But the tral, tho court?" He objected. -..,.. "Wrte her today, dont leave It to.chance!" I pleaded. "Tell her youve? been ID a scrape, a bad one. That you tumbled lb, lad, because yon were a man, and for the same reason you dd not crawl out! That grl of yours wll ask no questons!" ". "Would you do thatt" At last hs eyes met mne. "Good mornng, you early brds!" Mrs. Browne, n what Falrhaven would surely deem unseemly deshablle, came clumpng towards us. "Does your aunt take fresh butter, mss, or guava? Better send both? Her coffee sea wall a soltary man seemed busy! ls ready> and - y0urs - to0 Frank - wth some planks, a heavy stone j " Thank y u - wa»< " " sad Frank Frank Lsten! He Balanced a stout I UBtoD slowly " to brace me for a let " board-over the water, stayng ts! ter home One they wll get by New earthward end wth stone after stone; nay, worse! unmstakable, Frght, controlled but showed In hs whole bearng,, frght and dscouragement. Turnng on hs heel to leave, ho marched straght nto two unformed oftcals, one quas-whte, one black, both wearng stff lnen tuncs, helmets, blue trousers wth a strpe of red. "Mr. Frank Llston?" the whte man asked. "Gunboat Hecla?" Where was the lads Sprt, hs natural gayety? Wth a surly nod of assent ho followed the unforms through devous passages, out of sght My aunt, now Interrogaton personfed, turned to Mrs. Browne. "They come every day. Just to seo heb all rght. A moro form," the landlady oxplaned. "Do all strangers on ths sland lve undpr polce- survolllanco?" My aunt had passed Into regons fnr beyond surprse. Beforo Mrs. Browne had tlmo to reasburo her, a gong summoned us to a ropast WIIOBO oddty struck mo as a mert and outraged my aunts tradton and dgeston. Appeased by coffoo of hgh porfootlon. Aunt Mary dscovered a wrtng room.. Dually occuped wth journal and letters, sbo revllod tho heat and sat closo to a students lamp. I strolled, out on tho gallory for a frst gllmpso of tho crowded lttle town To one ddo, n hall,flddlosand dancng; tbroujh open wndows I could soe pretty brown glrl waltrln wth ttnart brown beaux. Mualo floated out agreeably;, alno many odors... "You ladles dont really mnd blm beng, here?" Mrs. Browne whspered at my olbow. "Ha seemed rght young»nd nnocent to go to gaol Hed never feel the am* about hmself, after he come out." "Wnd hm Mr. Ln ton? _Hg_t««m» There WBB no way out, I must Lttle as I mght wsh It, my rethen comng buck, he pcked up a Small object from the ;ras. It glttered n the sun. Quckly I moved towards hm. "You are makng a nce dvng-board, Mr. Lston, but are there no sharks?" "None get In over that reef you ss9 yonder, where the water Is lght blue." Followng hs pontng fvger, I saw a strp of turquose lyng athwart the lapscolored harbor. Today he was paler, more neryous. "What paper do you wrte for?" he suddenly asked. "I? None at all," I began. "Its my aunt." Certanly there was somethng snster hdden In hs clenched fst, see. sponslbllty had grown real, and very pressng. "Lend me that pstol!" looked straght at hm. "Those gulls are a good mark." Hs lps tghtened, but seeng my extended hand, ho reached me a small revolver, clean and new. Wthout another word I Joned hm on th6 wall, and before he could stay m/>. had dropped It lr the deep blue water "Why dd you do that?" He turned on me angrly. "Youro here for copy. Youve got me. "Thnk of your headlnes. Id have boen worth more to you... BO... than Im worth to anyono... alve!" So that was It! And noro ho stood, quverng wth lfe; and If I had chanced to sleep ono hour longer! Wth what salors neatnosb he had planned It Ono moment on the end of hs dvng-board, a note In hs torn plo, and doap, supphlro waters meet- Ing over hs foolsh, wasted youth] Whle I was agonzng [or tho word to eano hm, for the wsdom to hold hm and yot not nnko lght of hs fault, tho thng, tho only rght thng of Itself naturally happened. I was cryng, btterly, as bs Blter mght have cred. "Why do youdo thatf" he nskd. presontly addng, "Im nothng to you. only copy for your aunt!",, The tme bad oome to sp«ak. "You are not even so muoh." I took hm up. "Do you suppose were cavonglng for thngs llk> thfttf JUf.ter home. Years." "My Bobs cvl engneerng n Ecuador!" Mrs. Browne watched Franks retreatng fgure, as he vanshed among the croton and pofnsettabushes. "And, deary, deary me," Bhe went on, after a moments wstful s-! lence, "If t ant a queer world. Ive! Just got ths cable. Another boat and 200 boys comng down for New Year! Pack pay n ther pockets, and three days shore leave!" Tha Groat Treadng- Sown tle UtUc. Fve hundred years ago John Ball, lookng out over England, tells us that he saw "tho great trendng down the lttle, the strong beatng down the weak, and cruel men fearng not, and knd men darng not, and wse men carng not," and then wth hs heart burnng wthn hm,, ho cres aloud, "and the sants In heaven forbearng, and yet bddng me not to forbear." If we compare our tme wth hs we wll admt that although the great stll tread down the lttle, and the strong beat down the woak, that the cruel aro at last becomng afrau of publc opnon, that knd men are more darng n ther schemes of allevaton than they used to be and wue men are more solctous. June Addnma at tho Conference of Chartes and Correcton. Thong-fctfnl Mom. Take ths sofa on the frst load and loave t on tho sdewalk " "What for?" "Bo that any nolghbors who wsh to watch UB move In may havo comortablo seats.".. Lousvlle Courerlournal. Tna Pont of Vlaw. Trouble has a trkk of conng Hutt end frst; Vewed approachng, thnn youve soen It At Its worst. Ones surmounted, atrnlht It waxoa Kvtr Knull, And-tt tapun tll tltoros nothng Left at Bll tfb, whcnovr a lmcuty May lnpnd, fust remembor you are facng. Th«butt rml: And that lookng back upon It, Llko s not You wll marv-l at beholdng Just dot)

14 SPECIAL SALE, NEWEST STYLES WAL The R. West Company; KEYPORT, N. Jr It s very seldom that a wallpaper sale ncludes such a comprehensve lne of goods at such low prces just at the rght tme. Our regular new styles and colorngs for fall have been greatty strengthened by a lucky purchase of many thousands of rolls of the hghest grade papers from the old relable concern of Wm. H. Mars & Co., of Brooklyn. Ths lot as well as all others go to wake up a stock whch ncludes papers sutable for any purpose, and at fgures very much below regular low prces.. Strong, neat papers, patterns and \ colorngs sutable for halls, ktchens, Jm* dnng rooms, etc., per double roll, at. wm\jt New lot of heavy papers, choce new patterns, full weght and length, extra specal, per double roll, at Extra fne papers, large assortments, all styles and colors, sutable /J _ for any purpose, newest goods, per Ml* double roll, at..; \3\» Fne papers ncludng glts- and extra heavy stock, goods n wde range of patterns, ncludng florals, medallons, strps etc., per double roll, at Fnest qualty embossed, staned and rch glt effects, sutable best use, per double roll, at..." Collecton of papers from the" best makers, n the very latest desgns and newest tnts, value up to 75c, now per double roll, at 0c 5c 20c and 25c Selectons can also be made.from the followng lnes: R. E. THIBAUT, GRAVES,-BEGKfRIELLY, BIRGE r MAIRS^& CO. - :- - _ Full lne of Bnders, Mouldngs, Plate rals, Coves, Beadngs, Specal Bord- J; ers, Crowns, etc. THE R. WEST COMPANY, f The Largest Wallpaper Dealers n the State. WE GIVE S. & H. GREEN TRADING STAMPS. GOLDSTEINS, Corner Broadway and Lberty Streets, Long Branch. Our Boys School Clothes are bult to stand the rough usage most school boys gve them and fnally end ther long lfe of usefulness, lookng just a lttle bt better than clothes bought elsewhere. Prce ranges $.98 to $6.75. School Shoes. IMIMIIIIMIM We have been gettng bg shpments lately and are able to show you the best selecton n town. You know that our shoes and prces are rght. Come and see us. THE EDUCATOR. The shoe that allows the bones and muscles n the foot to grow as nature ntended.. Infants szes 5 to 8, Chldrens szes 8> to, $.50 to $.75. $.75 to $2.00. Msses szes / 2 to 2, Lttle Mens szes 8 to 2>%, $2.25 to $2.50. $2.25 to $2.50. Boys-l to 5V 2 $2.5O to $2.75. Prnce and Prncess Shoes For grls and boys are the superor wearng sort ard dressy. The Prlnce-8^ to 3#, $.50. to 2, $200. 2^ to 5, $2.25. ThePrncess»t S, $.50. 8# to at $.75. % to 2 at$2.00. Grls Dresses and Coats For School Wear. 00 Grls Dresses n lawn, lneno and percale, varous styles, szes 6 to 4 AT 98c. Dresses for lttle totb, made of madras and gngham, szes 2 to 5 AT 49c. Grls Pleated Dresses, made of chambray and percales, selected colors, hgh or low neck, 6 to 4 AT $.50. Grls School Capes,rubberzed,strctly waterproof, szes C to 4 AT $.98. Grls rubberzed satno Cpcs, n garnet, navy bluo And tan, szes 6 to 4 AT $2.98. PRICES EXCEEDINGLY LOW. Grls Salor Suts of good qualty serge, szes 6 to 4 AT $3.98 AND $4.98. Grls Fall Coats, mado of Venotan cloth and mnnnsh materal, varous shades AT $2.98. Grls medum weght dagonal Coats, shawl collar of Blk more, n reaeda, pearl, nnvy bluo and wood brown; szes 6 to 4 AT $5.98. Grls three-quarter length Coats, of shepherd check materal, ahawl collarb, azos «to 4 AT $3.98. For Low Prced Shoes That Wll Wear-Ask for Logan & Wlson IS YOUR HEATER JN ORDER? You wll wanttobuld a fre n your furnace pretty soon and you want to be sure that everythng s n workng order. Better have an experenced man look t over. Now s the tme to have team heat nstalled. That* my specalty. * Attendtoyour plumbng and heatng now before t s too la to. Any bulder wll tell you not to slght one feature of your plumbng and heatng. \, v HOWARD FREY, 72 Monmouth Street, Tel. 204-W. Red Bank, N. J. * < whuf what In the enhancement end rc<rv»tton of htr bteutr UO«woman WHO loo, not experment wth her hllr or complexon. fho know, that at I Madam E. Boltont Beauty Parlor*, 42 Dro.J 3tr..t. R«l *, N. J. ] ha wll receve the e»pett Md cumullo j trmtmcta thet have made the name of- M»l.m llolton fmnoul. Ordtr* taken for Halt Good* of the (Inert qualty and lauet tylt. NEWSFROMFARMINGDALE the youngsters of that place are: attendng school.lusre. Tba number MRS. HENRY STRUNZ CUTS ARTERY IN HER LEGwll Boon be augmented by U»gerb ys who are how workng on fam!, WHILE PARING A CORN. Bref ttema.. : :- : " : \ :." J. C. Rchdale, Jr., after a vacaton the pllow to shoot them. He was taken to the Sprng Lake hosptal* Frederck Hulsea Hand Badly Cut on Broken. Bottle Effe Ketcham of West Farms Des After t Was Thought She Was Out of Danger Garfeld Hall Pursue* Man Who Stole" Hs Wheel and Recovers the Wheel After Handng the Thef a Few Wallops. Badly O.at Whte Trmmng Corn. Last Sunday mornng Mrs. Henry Strunz was parng a corn wth: B small knfe when the Jtnfe slpped and severed tn artery. The loss of blood was consderably more than a quart and t was some tme before the flow could be staunched. Broken Bottl Mak» Bad Oat. Frederck Hulse, sonof John Thomas Hulse, cut hs hand severely Monday mornng, Hulse had started for one of the cranberry bogs to go to work for the day and was: runnng when hetrpped, ard fell. He carred hs lunch wth hm and a bottle of coffee broke whenhs hand 6truck the ground. "The jagged: peces of glass penetrated the palm of hs hand, mak- vestng cranberres on the Kmball bogs last week. Ordnarly pckng commences somewhat later, but t wll The New Patterns and Colors take longer ths year to gather the crop on the Kmball bogs, whch stweeds and Worsteds n soft jrg a very bad wound: He was com-estmatepelled to go to, a doctor to have hs browns and greys thrown nto to be 4,500 bushels. * Attended Conventon. hand dressed. Wart rarm Grl DoaO. Dr. W. R. Knmonth, Haleted Wanwrght and ArthurG. Whte attended quet unobtrusve desgns for Mss Eflfle Keteham; aged thrteen conservatve tasts, years, ded at the home of her father, the sesson of the grand castle of the Wllard Ketchant West Farms last Knghts of the Golden Eagle held at Tuesday afternoon after a short sckness. The attendng-physcan when Turkey Blappeaa. $0 to $22. Trenton last week. he left hs patent n the mornng consdered her condton much mproved the roost of Wllam X. Brower a few Snappy styles for the other A large gobbler dsappeared from but a sudden relapse took place and days ago. Mr. Brower thnks t was Mss Ketcham ded a few hours later. stolen. fellow. Bloycl*.Stolen. \. Mrs. Wllam E. Patterson of Oak New Fall Styles of Garfeld. Hall Went,n Groves grocery store, Tuesday nght and left hs months n Suffern, N. Y., has re- Glen, who has been spendng two bcycle by the sde of the buldng. A turned home. Mrs, Patterson made few mnuteslater when he was ready the trp for the beneft of her health SHIRTS to use the wheel tt Was mssng. Samuel Applegate, who hadjust arrved n left home. and s somewhat better than when she town, reported that he had met a man bref Item. pushng a wheelalongtheraad. Hall Mr. and borrowed a bcycle of Clarence Shafto Mrs. Wllam R. Montgomery, who moved to Chcago 50c to $.00. and.started, n pursut. He overtook Heghts,., about a year ago, are the man who was then rdng toward spendng a month wth frends and Heavy Grey and Blue Flannel Asbury Park. He gave hs name as relatves n ths vcnty. Walter Kroum. It s sad that Hall knocked, hm down, recovered hs wheel Mss Vola Cook s a student n ashrts. and let the thef contnue hs journey busness college at Trenton. Mss on foot.. -, Weddng ttwet Farm*. Mary Elzabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Revoe W. Patterson of West Farms and Clarence Matthews of WestFarrns were marred lnst Thursday week at the brdes home by Rev. home at Beverly yesterday. Mss Anna Hurtt of Farmngdale Henry Johnson of Leesburg. Theand Mss Grace Thompson of Ardena brdes- gown- was batste, trmmed are attendng the state normal school wth cluny and ^Valencennes lace. at Trenton. The, brdesmad was Mss Jula Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Demme of Eh des of Newark and the groomsman was Everett Patterson, brother Demmes mother, Mrs. Margaret Far Rockaway have been vstng Mr. of the brde. Among those present Demme. were Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Matthews of West Farms, Mrs.- Wllam K. Mat- Allen Patterson of Hghlands spent thews of Farmntjdale, Mr. and Mrs. John Whte and Mrs..George Herbert o Elberon, Mrs. Fred TV. VanNote of West Long Branch, Mrs. John A. Whte, and Mrs. Joseph Whte of Long B-anchj Sr, and Mrs. Edward Johnson of Lakewood, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sutphn, Mss Gusse Patterson, Mss Edna Patterson, Mss Jenne Conk and Oscar Patterson of West Farms; Mr. and Mrs. Lews S. Bortner and Mr. and Mrs. John W. Garhart and son, George, of Farmngdale. Mr. and Mrs, Matthews spent ther honeymoon at Nagara Falls. Bg- Crop of Eggplant. Frederck Megll has a hundred eggplants that are yeldng a bg. crop. He has pcked hundreds and there s stll a large number on the vnes. Mr. Meglls son Stephen, who also makes a specalty of gardenng, has NEWS. Woman 8 Yeara Old Make, the Fr.t Trp of Her Lfe. Mrs. Agnes Stlwagon and her daughter, Mss Katherne Stlwagon, are vstng Mss Mnne Stlwagon of Flushng. Whle away they took n the attractons at Coney Island. Mrs. Stlwagon s 8 years old, and ths was the frst tme she had ever been farther away from home than Red Bank. The Openng of School. School opened Tuesday of last week wth Eljah Bobbns as the teacher. Eght pupls were enrolled the frst day. The small number of chldren attendng the school s partly due to the fact that some of the chldren lvng on the Mddletown townshp sdeof the vllage are attendng school at Lncroft. They are transported to that place n Charles. Reds stage. Another reason for the small attendance s that some of the larger boys wll bo employed on farms untl the busy season lets up. A Fne Garden. August Esenmann, who s n charge of the garden on Lews S. Thompsons Brookdale farm at Lncroft, has had wonderful success as a gardener ths season. The land tlled by hm composes about fve acres. All the fruts and vegetables have grown well, and the yeld has been way beyond the average of prevous years. A great varety of garden truck s rased on the land. James F. Crawford of Red Bank was here last week makng an nspecton of hs farm. He owns four places, comprsng about,000 acres, and t takes hm nearly a full day to make a trp to them all. Mrs. Mary Daly spent Sunday wth her son, John Daly of Shrewsbury.- Chnrles E. Carleson s entertanng company from New York. FIBE BELI.B FOE WEDDING. Tonnr Couple Leave Scene of Bg- Plre at Abury park and Oet Marred. Mss Roxanna Patton, daughter of Samuel Patton of Bradley Park, and Frank TenBroeck of Asbury Park slpped quotly away from a party of frends wth whom they wero watchng the bg Buchanon & Smock lumbor yard lre at Asbury Park on the nght of August 6th and were marred. The couple told ther parents of ther marrage a few days after t occurred but the publc was not nformed Of the evont tll last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. TonBrocck aro enjoyng ther honeymoon wth relatves of the brde n tho southern part of tho county. Mr. TonBroeck s the son of Mrs. F. L. TonBrocck, propretor of tho West End hotel at Asbury Pork. Both ho and hs brde are popular mombora of tho younger socal set at Asbury Park. en > f Vapor la»mrr Home. -A want advertsement In THI RED B\NK REaBTM wll be carred nto 4,760 homo* tot 2d cents. Thats at the rate of 88 homes for one cent. Its the cheapest and best advertsng to be had. Adv. one eggplant that measures 38 nches n crcumference and t s stll growng rapdly. Have Tg Tr»a. Frederck Megll and Wllam M. Wallng, who lve near here, each have thrfty fg trees. Meglls tree has 53 fgs on t and Wallngs has about thrty. MegUs tree had rpe fgs on t two years ago and a consderable number now on t wll be rpe wthn a week or two. Ploklng Cranbtrrle. A large gang of Italans began har- Cook s a commuter and makes daly trps from her home to, the captal cty. Mrs. Emma Robnson, who has been spendng a month wth her cousn, Frank Wanrght, returned to her. Sunday wth hs parents, Mr. and Mrs. Revoe Patterson of West Farms. Ira Meglr, who was severely cut a few days ago whle shoeng a horse, s recoverng from hs njury. Mss Sade Brower and Mss George Brower have been vstng frends at Kcansburg. John Haley has moved from Allenwood n to Mrs. Charty Matthewss house at West Farms. Mr. Reneman and famly, who have been lvng at Phcenxvlle, have returned to Newark. E. Buck has moved from Long Branch nto the Deppler house on North Man street. Mss Estella Voorhees of Oakhurst has been vstng her aunt, Mss Llle Patrck. Mrs. John H. Wllams s spendng two weeks at Hanes Falls n the Catsklls. LHJOHOPT HEWS. John B. Conovor. Productve Sx-Aero Pleoe of Oronnd. For a place of ts sze John R. Conovers property s one of the most productve n ths localty. Mr. Conover, n addton to beng the postmaster and storekeeper of the vllage, farms both for proft and pleasure, and hs sx-acre pece of land turns out a lot of garden truck and asparagus n a year. Hs asparagus turns hm n an ncome of $500. Two grape arbors are on the place, and.they are among the most productve n the neghborhood. Mr. Conover does not sell the grapes. Some of them are canned and a bg quantty s gven away. le has a Kefer pear orchard, whch gves promse of a heavy yeld despte the fact that most pear crops wll be small, and he has had good results from hs garden. On the place are a number of sunflowers, some of whch are ffteen nches n dameter. A. flower garden and several flower beds are on the property. Kept Tab on Auto.. Elzabeth Ryan, daughter of Mrs. Mchael Ryan, kepuan account of all the automobles whch passed the house on Labor day. Her account showed that 05 machnes passed the house durng the day. Sohool Opena. > School opened Tuesday of last week wth the same teachers^n charge as last year. They are Mrs. Emma Magee «nd Mss MeLaugbljn. «4. stage s beng run from JByerw totransport chldren here, and a numberof at ha home at the Phalanx, has resumed hs poston wth the Standard ol company at Merchantsvlle, Pennsylvana. Mr. and Mrs. Rchard Near of Newark and Mss Nelle Ent of Phladelpha have returned from a vst to Mrs. Joseph Tomlnson. Mr. and Mrs. Cooper, Mss Capp and Mss Magure of Long Branch were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Conover last Frday. Mrs. George Red of Tennent spent last Wednesday and Thursday wth Mss Emma Thompson. MENS Fall Clothng Hats, Caps and Furnshngs. H. N. Supp, (LUDLOWS), 9 Broad Street, Red Bank. fcoot SOmaelf Wlle Al*ej>.. A. yt, VonZtker. a New York pano tuner, -who hag" been spendng the summer at Asbury Park, shot hmself n the head wth a revolver whle asleep [ last Week. He sad le was dreamng there were burglars n the Jonse and pulled the pstol from under Hs.wound s not consdered dangerous. BecMtly MarrUd at Eatontown. Mss^Comela V. Wseman of Newark and Joel Mead Cottrell of Allenhurst were secretly marred the latter part of June at Eatontown. The weddng was not announces tll last week when the brde went to Allenhurst to vst her husbands mother. The couple wll lve at Newark after October st. Mr. Cottrell s a chauffeur. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY - OF- E.M. F.3O TOURING CAR $,275. Flanders20 $750. Cadllac30 Dem-Tonneau $,630. J. W. Mount Co., Cor. Maple avenue) and Whte Streets, RED BANK, N. J. Shoes for School Wear. I School Shoes are ready for School feet of all szes. - Boys and Grls School Shoes from the lowest t prce at whch worthy School Shoes can be sold up to the best School Shoes ever put together. School Shoes at $.25, $.50, $2.00 up to $3.00. The specal mert of our School Shoes les n the splendd leathers and the extra good workmanshp. Some of the leathers and soles are vscolzed or waterproofed. Weftevery School Shoe perfectly. Just test our splendd School Shoes! * Thats all we ask! FORD & MILLER, THE SHOE MEN, 8 Broad Street, RED BANK, N. J. WOMEN OF TASTE AND DISCERNMENT WILL BE CHARMED "WITH THE BEAUTY AND VARIETY TO BE FOUND IN OUR LINE OF THE Famous Keser Neckwear and Belts. Wo have n stock tho dantest posable Btyles n Turnover Collars, embrodered, from 2Sc. upwards. Lovely JabotB, nl grace nnd charm, 28o. upwards. Dutch Collars, Interestng to the school and college grl, 25c. to 65c. Wash Belts, embrodered, 3Sc. to 05c, UBually 60c. to $.00. Leather Belts, patent or plan leather, 25c. upward;*. Collar nnd Curt Sots, oxqulate desgns, at $.00. Othcra 25c. and 35c..,You pay at leastftmore at cty Btorep for those same styles n Kesor woar. Everythng Keser made wear* well, llta wall, and waehee well. * : V A beautful assortment of Belt, Hat, Collar and Beauty Pne, sutable for gfts, at very reasonable- prces. ART GOODS AND EMBROIDERY MATERIALS-WE DO 8TAMPIN0 ON YOUR OWN MATERIALS. Art Scrap Baskets, just receved a lovely nanortmont, rbbon trmmed or not, na you wsh. Hamburg Embrodoros, Laces, Gloves, Hosery, Rbbons, Vels, Scarfs, etc., etc. FINE VALUES BUT NO FANCY PRICES. - Wo am to get away from tho ordnarba and Hackneyed, therefore wo hoar snd ovory day- v s " Why ths la mo lovely end to dfferent." r. e. WHITELAW, 8 Monmouh Street Red Bank, N. J. (JUST A STEP FROM BROAD STREET,)

15 HOTIOB.,! NOTICE OF HEARINCf ON FOR CONSENT TO THE IIH And Hs Carefully Selected Assocate Players. ^., In sterlng rendtons of great cty productons. $9, INVESTED IN SPECIAL SCENERY. $2, WORTH OF ELECTRICAL EFFECTS. Nothng Cheap but the Prces. The Hghest Royaltes Ever Pad for Plays by a Popular Prced Organzaton. POEM ABOUT A PINE TREE BTOBT OF ONE OF SHREWSBURYS LANBMABKS 0T.0 tlt VERSE. ma Foem l About the Old Fne Tree n Front of Chrst enures Tho lvely Poltcal Debatea That Took Place Under the Tree. Whle cleanng up some old papers last week Mrs. Emma Morford of Shrewsbury came across a poem whch was wrtten February 9th, 884. The poem was about, a pne tree at Shrewsbury and was wrtten by the late Mrs. Kmball, wfe of Dr. Walter S. Kmball. The poem was.ead at one of the n#etngs of the Shrewsbury readng club. Mrs. Kmball was the mother of Mrs. Edmund Wlson and Mrs. Adelade Stlwell of Red Bank and Mrs. Charles Corles of Eatontown. The pne tree, about whch the poem was wrtten, s stll standng. It s on a.g r & ss y knoll n front of Chrst church, and t looks to be good for many more years of earthly career, [t was set out about 7,5 years ago by the late Peter Haddon of Shrewsbury. t s almost drectly n the centerof the road, but no Shrewsbury resdent would even propose to cut down the tree or have t removed.. The old Shrewsbury toll gate used to be near the tree. At present t s used, as a tool house by Francs Boren, a farmer at Shrewsbury. Tho tree used to be a sort of a general meetng place, where poltcal orators held forth. It was under ths tree that Edmund Wlson of Red Bank, attorney general of the state, made hs frst speech. It was a poltcal speech and advocated the electon of General Jlysses S. Grant as presdent. General Grant was well known at Shrewsbury. He was a great frend of the late Rev. Wllam E. Ots of Shrewsbury, and he made frequent vsts at Mr. Otss. The speech of the late Delafeld Smth n favor of Gen- " ~ ^ ~ ~ " WEDNESDAY NIGHT, "THE WALLS OF JERICHO.". James K. Hacketts Greatest Broadway Success. THURSDAY NIGHT, "THE REFORMER." The play tlat set all Boston talkng and caused more newspaper cemment than any other play. FRIDAY NIGHT, "THE ARIZONA LIMITED." The Most Sensatonal Ralroad Play Snce "The Fast Mal." A Drama of Thrlls. SATURDAY MATINEE TO BE ANNOUNCED. SATURDAY NIGHT, "The House of a Thousand Jewels." Made Famous at tho Chostnut Street Theatre, Phladelpha.. CHAS. K. CHAMPLIN. Tckets on Sale at Mntons. Prces 25c, 35c, 50c. Ten Fve-Dollar Gold Peces Wll Be Gven Away Saturday Nght. Theros a beautful whsperng pne tree, That stands where pathways meet, And stretches ts shadows kndly Oer the dusty street. Be thou tho frend of tho plgrm, As years and years go round; And shelter the chldrens chldren. Who dwell In Shrewsbury town. a» TWO PBOBATBD. Batataa of Phlp Hlloloh ana Kelon H. lumn Dl«po«a Of. Phlp Hldrch of Asbury Park n hs wll mndo n 006 loft hs entre estate to hs chldren, Mrs. Catherne Thomas and Phlp Hldrch of Anbury Park, and Mrs. Isabella Grffth and Mra. Mary M. Strauss of Phladelpha. Ho ordered that $0,000 bo deducted from tho share of Mrs. Thomas, as she had borrowed that sum from hm. He apponted Phlp Hldrch and Mrs, Mary M. Strauss as executors and ho ordered that they not bo requred to gve bonds as exectors. Nelson H. Klmer of Occnn Grove left ht) entre cntnto to hs wlfo. Ho named her and Joseph J. Johnson as executors and drected that thoy bo not requred to gve bonds off executors. Ooean Oror» Man Marred.. Alda M. Fllmnn of Pottatown, Pa., and Waltaco C, Koed of! Oconn Grove woro marred nt Anbury Park Inaj; Wednesday by Kcv. M. L. Ferrs. The couplo spent a few days wth, the brlao8 pnronta and aro now koopln? house M Ocean Grove., Mr. Reed la n eleettclon In the otrploy o* the A G08 TBTAX. POSTPONED. Tndge Foster Opens Court at Freehold After Three Weeks Vacaton. A short sesson of court at Freehold last Thursday was all that was necessary to transact all the busness that came before Judge Foster, who has been away on a three weeks vacaton. The tral of James M. Allgor of Sea-brght for crmnal lbel was post-.. poned tll tomorrow. Alfred J. Burns of Newark, who was arrested whle n the act of robbng the ralroad staton at Asbury Park about a month ago, pleaded gulty. He wll be sentenced ^omorrow. Peter Revero r pleaded gulty to assault and battery on James N. Purcell, a Central ralroad brakeman. He was fned the cost of prosecuton and further sentence was suspended. Revero got on a tran at Asbury Park and when the conductor came for hs tcket he refused to gve t up. An argument followed and t took the conductor, brakeman and two passengers to put Revero off the tran. Nathanel Baldwn of Long Branch o] Marknam place. pleaded gulty to the charge of de-gfsertng hs wfe. He sad he was of a Hone. the Long Branch gun club and he has a record of breakng 00 claybrds Hugh Getty has gven one of hs wllng to support her and wth ths wthout a mss. understandng he was held under $200 bal for sentence the frst Thursday n October. m e» POOB ACCOUNT $00 KICHEB. Atlantc TownHps Vnnd Increased by Maag Dsappearance. The poor account of Atlantc townshp was made $00 rcher by the ds- the Byram house on the Rdge road to the Taylor house on Harrson avenue. The Byram house was bought appearance of Wllam Drum of Colts Neck a few days ago. Drum recently by Abram I. Elkus. was arrested on a. complant of non-wosupport made byttobert B. Bush, the a Lovng- Cup. Atlantc townshp overseer of the poor. The^queens slver lovng cup at the Drums wfe alleges that her husband Asbury Park baby parade was won by deserted her two weeks after ther Vande-veer and Janet Lovett, chldren marrage, and has not provded for of Lester Lovett. They represented Adam and Eve. Thef- Entera John W. Ranee* Flaoe ot Bnalnea ana 0et» $33. Last Thursday mornng a thef entered John W. Hances store at Holmdel and stole,?82 from the money drawer. Mr. Hance opened tho store as usual n the mornng, but closed t shortly afterward to go home and get somethng he had forgotten. Whle he was gone someone entered the rear wndow of the store and stole the money. Tho wndow la hgh from tho ground. Under tho wndow was found o. step-laddor, whch tho thef used to reach tho wndow. Arreatea for Bobbery and George Smth, an Anbury Park fsherman, was arrested last week on a chargo of snatchng a check for $2 from Lews Halls hands and dsappearng wth t and of forgng Poter ONojls namo to a check for $7 whch was leashed by Georgo W. Moody. Smth was held under $200 bal to awat tho acton of tho grand jury. Totm of Haart Dlmw. Mrs. Paulne N. JamcB ded of heart dsease Sunday at tho homo of hor daughter, Mrs. Fred Hlllard of Ocean brother, Clarenco V. Kng of Port Grove. Sho WUB 75 years old and had Monmouth. boon lvng wth hor daughter about FranclB Mullen of Trenton s vstng hs sster, Mss Lzze Mullen., two years. Hor body was sent to Augusta, Georga, for bural. Mrs,,Wurdoll hoa been ontortanng frends from Phladelpha. BtnDloa of VeUrana. Tho 2 at annual reunon of tho votorana of the 20th Now Jersoy voluntcors was held at St Lukes church, Lon V Branch, tht mornng, Tho l*dl«v,,bd aod«ty Wttha chuwh pro- AMONG OUR NEIGHBORS. HAPPENINGS IN THE VILLAGES ROUNDABOUT RED BANK; LITTLE 8H.VEE HEWS. Prooeeda from Sewnp Crclea Clambake Only a Trfle Xesa Than., $90. The Lttle Slver sewng crcle met last week and wound up the accounts of the recent clambake held at Rchard Parkers. It was found that the proceeds were only a trfle less than?90. brought ther parents to nspect the new buldng. The school grounds House Completed. wll be graded ths fall and hardy Robert Y. Evanss new house on theplants wll be set out on the school Rumson road s about completed and property. the Evans famly wll move n next Qazuers Fne Becord., week. A bg consgnment of furnture was receved by Mr. Evans last from a three days trp to Atlantc Dr. J. D. Burts has returned home week and s beng put n hs house. Cty. Whle there he took part n a At present Mr. Evans, and hs.famly regstered shootng match and won are occupyng John T. Lovetts house fourth place aganst a feld, of 230 shooters. Dr. Burts s a member of houses on the Lttle Slver pont road to hs son, Wllam Getty. The Itmball famly, who have been occupyng the house durng the summer have returned to New York, and Mr. Getty wll move n. Humphrey Mller Movea. Humphrey Mller has moved from passenger CO-horse power automoble, fully, equpped. Bref Xtoma. Mrs. Charles Hobrough and Mrs. Dela Howland returned last week from Ocean Grove, where they attended tho camp meetngs, Irvng Lovett, son of John T. Lovett, next week.wll take up hs studes at Lafayette college. HABUBOBO NEWS. School Opentd Jjaat Week Wth John Tlernon aa Fxnopal. The publc school opened last week wth John Ternan as prncpal and Mss Dena Clayton of Freehold and Mss Suse Stout of Mddletowv as assstant teachers. < Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Smth of Freehold wero vstors at the homo of ther daughter, Mrs, Henry Vanderyeer, Sunday.. The Baptst church, whch was closed durng tho vacaton of tho pastor, was reopened Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Vandorvccr of Yonkors aro vstng Mr. ano^ Mrs. Joseph A. Vandorveer. Mr. and Mrs. Wllam E. Davs of Long Branch woro Sunday gucstb of Rev. Wllam Davs. Mrs. Charles Chasoy of Lako Como spent Sunday wth-< Mrs. Elzabeth VanBrunt. Samuel Kng spent Sunday wth hs Mrs. Elzabeth VanBrunt has boon on the nck lst. Alfred Holland has bought a now automoble., So -far a» ths part of Monmouth untyls eonpernw bowteveone BtTVBON NWS. The New /East Oceano Bchoolhouao Openea on Monday. The new schoolhpuse at East Oceanc was used for the frst tme Monday. The pupls are proud of ther new school and a number of them have Attendng- Normal School. Mss Marguerte Hntelmannj daughter of Postmaster John HnteV mann, left Monday to attend the state normal school at Trenton. Mss Hntelmann attended St. Elzabeths convent at Convent Staton last year and graduated wth hgh honors. Boll Tomorrow Nght. The Oceanc socal club wll hold a ball tomorrow, nght at Red Mens hall. A prze waltz wllbe held and a buffet lunch wll be served. Wymans orchestra wll play for dancng. Charles Wcntz s charman of the commttee. 9 BROAD STREET, arana Boll Next Week. 4 The employees of the express company at Seabrght wll hold a dance her snce. She says he abused her terrbly durng the two weeks he lved Mr. Worthleya How Horse. wth her. eral Grant s stll remembered by Cyrenus Worthley has bought a The grapes are grown n Mr. Wllss Thursday nght of next week at Red Drum put up a cash bond of $00 vneyard. Shrewsbury folks on account of the horse to replace the one whch had tomens hall. The dance wll be the to appear before a justce of the peace, mpassoned words of the orator. The be shot two weeks ago because of a last one gven by the expressmen ths Mss Emly Pearsall left Monday but jumped hs bal. The money was late Wllam». Broadmeadow of broken leg. summer. for Asbury Park, where she has a added to the poor account of the townshp. Drum remaned away a few Mrs. L. Caman of Rockawuy Beach, poston as teacher n the hgh school. Shrewsbury was a great advocate of Bonffht on Auto. Jewsh Home Cloaed. Horace Greeley, who was Grants opponent. Mr. Broadmeadow and thehe moved all hs belongngs from the East Oceanc, opposte the babes hos- days and then returned to Colts Neck. Frank Smth has bought a seven The Jewsh home for chldren at Grant men engaged n many debates. house where he had been lvng, and The poem starts wth a descrpton no one at Colts Neck knows hs present whereabouts. of the tree and ends wth the predcton that t wll shelter the chldrens chldren of those who lve at Shrewsbury. These verses are as follows: SOLUBEL STORE BOBBED. ptal, wll be closed for the. summer ths week. The chldren who were at the home returned to New York Sunday. Aavertlatd Mall. Advertsed mal s «t the postodco addressed to Mrs. Frederck Betz, pharlcs Enoz Snyder, Mrs. B. Thomas and Mr. Volge. Brsf Item* of Newa. Col. Irvng Oppermann, who has been~statoned n the Phlppnes ten years, s vstng hs cousns, Mrs. Wllam McCoubrcy. Col. Oppermann s accompaned nt Oceanc by hs sster Alce, who lves n New York. Ho wll return to tho Phlppnes shortly, and he wl} plant a cocoanut orchard on a tract of lnnd he owns there. Ho expects ths orchard wll bo n full bearng by the tmo he retres from hs mltary poston. Mrs. Brdget Ulcy of Brooklyn has bought a lot nt Rumson Harbor and I * 4 = T,? k<^ not J? e that the Atlantc Hgh- /lands Gas Company on the st day of September A. D., 90, fled a petton wth the borough councl for the borpugh of Rumson, for consent for the se of the streets, avenues, publc roadb lghways and alleys for tho borough of lumson lerenafter mentoned, and for the purposes herenafter specfed ^ FIRST: That the perod for whch ;onsent s asked s ffty years SECOND: That the uses for whch consent Is asked are the layng an3 rnalntanlng of ppes and conduts for v,vl PUr 5 0B T ( ; of "upplynb gas to the bor-?ugh of Rumson and the Inhabtants -hereof whch sad ppes and conduts mf be J al <J and mantaned below the - ace r sad streets, avenues, publc?l, hehways and alleys, and al B o le locaton and mantenance of such lamps, amp posts or other lghtng de- Yces along the lne of sad ppes and conduts an may be necessary and M?^L,m P^J? * b > t." 8 muncpal Washngton avenue, Blngham avenue tfaln avenue, South or Church street *unt avenue, Black Pont Road Rdge STIM 5. Centre avenue, Avenue >r wo Rvers, Rumson Road Ocem venue, and such other streets avenue? jubllo roads hghways and a leys Umt nt S 0V t, Or tha may f be hereafter lad ".ut by tl«muncpal authortes of the lorough of RumBon, county of Monmouth, state of New Jersey. FOURTH: The sad petton wll be consdered by the borough councl of the joroy-h of Rumson, at borough hall n tne borough of Rumson on the FIF- TEENTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER? D 90, at eght oclock, P. M. HENRY.W. NAUQHTON, Borough Clerk. loadng from tho Port Washngton rond over Ilordenn or Harts hll to llumnon; thenco runnng northward (Uly fe«t along sad rond to a, stono; thence southward on a lno parallel wth thu east of untl IlorouKh "f Red Hunk, at th«sldo of sad road ffty feet to n.stone; borokh hall on Monmouth street for thonco westwnrd ono hundred and llfty Bhe wll buld a $5,000 house on tho lot Mr* at W»vlak. tho thrd electon dstrct of flald llorough of Red Hank, at tho nrustouao of for hor own occupancy. Johncs & Welch of Soabrght aro drawng plans Churles Thompsons seven-room the Unon Hone company on Hhrewsbury vmn, m TOHluy, November st, 00 for tho house. houso ut Navcsnk wan burned to tho from ono oclock, \ M., to nne oclock! ground lust ^Wednesday and all thoi. M.. fo. tho purpose of mallk a rorhtmtlnn of voters of (md ranpuctvo Postmaster H. H. Strker and hs brothor Rchard furnture w>b destroyed by tho fro. wll leave n a few electon dstrcts. Thoro had been no ffro n the houno days for ther annual trp to thon thrco days nnd the famly was out A. C. IARRIBO.V, Thousand Islands: MIBS Mao Bruce Clerk of the llorokh of Rod Ilank. N J at work when tho fre started. Mr. AUKst 20th, ljio. la tho now nssatant at tho Oceanc Thompson works on John Porrnofl pofltofko. Ico wugon and ho happened to bo pnrdng tho houso nnd saw tho Arc. Tha Tho Occnnlc lodge of Pocahontas ADDITION TO ZUfOBOVT HOUBB. held a meetng Monday nght. Thoro loss s about $3,f>00. It wad nsured was no meetng held Monday nght of Mttthtw Mnlllu AlUrlng Bl Swellng by R. R. Snydor & Co. ot Atlantc last -week on account of the holday. It Co«t of (3.O0O. Hghlands. Htroot, and wontward by tlo T. I, llrown P. N. Sullvan hm bought tho Edward Wccsman cottugo at fteabrlght. Ho wll spend about $,000 In mprovng tho buldng nnd grounds. Mnn Nollo Enrlghf of- ndgefleld, Connectcut, has boon vstng hor brotho*. JwnoB Enrght, Jr., at tho Shrewsbury Inn. Alteratons aro beng nrndo to John J. Hogan resdence. Th«work B beng, done by John F. KreUn. of. New CONFIDENCE s almost everythng n busness. Twenty years rght treatment of my customers has establshed t wth ths store. WOMENS FALL SHOES $2.00 to $6.00. Dozens of new styles are here; ncluded are the 9 noveltes shown n New York cty. Im showng the grandestlnesof shoesat$3.00,$3.5o and$4.00. Youcanbuyany wdth AA to EE. MENS FALL SHOES $2.00 to $6.00. Splendd lnes of shoes are now here. Every sze and wdth n tan and black for dress or work. Especally good values $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00. Confdence s good and t s never abused at CLARENCE WHITES, ong Island, s vstng her sster, Mrs. Jack Flanagan of Thrd street. Mr. and Mrs. Walter VanSchock of Perth Amboy were Sunday quests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Germano. Wllam Daly, who has been employed as chauffeur for Frank Mc- Mahon, qut Hs job last week. John Flynn of New York spent a few days recently wth hs brother, ~>ank Flynn of Frst street. Mrs. Thomas Clark of Rfton, New York, s vstng her parents, Justce and Mrs. Lev B. VanNeDt. George Curts and hs daughter jda spent Sunday wth New York rends. Mrs. Georgo Curts entertaned the Methodst Indes ad socety last week. Mrs. J. DeWtt Browcr ms been enertanng frends from New York. Wllam Rclly s spendng u few days wth frends at New York. John Farrell, Jr., has been vstng frends at Now York. C»r Jump Traok. Two enrn flled wth potatooa run oft tho track nt nrndovolt lnat Frldny nght. Tho potutnon woro n BnckH, nnd only a fow of them wero splled out of tho cur. A fng of men worked all nght, nnd n tho mornng tho cum $8,000, nnd Frank Harnmar of Red Dnnk In dolnp tho work. Porches wll bo bult on tho west, north nnd south sldcn of tho house. The houso wll be provded wth hot and cold water, the Tho ac- wntor beng forced through the ppes by an ar pressure pump... wore put buck on tho track. cdent was duo to tho prondlng of tho ral*. RED BANK. I H, IRD: Th^ the names of the and? avenueb Publc roads, hghways ~~,._j _ ys * l e use of whch s herebv NOTICE OF ELECTION. NOTICE OF TIME AND PLACE TQWNSHIP op SHREWS- BUI?Y Notce la hereby gven that a general e LT? 2?" be. held n and fo r he townshp of Shrewsbury upon Tuesday November 8, S0, from the hour of sx o clock a. m. to the hour of seven oclock p. m. Sad electon wll be held for the eastern electon dstrct of sad townshv n tho Hrehouse of tho Far Haven fre company on Pearl street at Far Havenfor the southern electon dstrct of sad townshp, In the vllage of Shrewsbury, at the flrehouse of the Shrewsbury lre company. Sad electon wll be held for t e purpose of electng a governor, memper of the house of representatves, three members of tho general assembly of the state of New Jersey, fve members of the board ot chosen freeholders of the county of Monmouth, collector of taxes of the townshp of Shrewsbury, clerk of the townshp of Shrewsbury! member of the townshp commttee of Shrewsbury townshp, two surveyors of tle hghway, two constables, one justce of tho peace, pound keepers. t Further, take notce that the boards of regstry and electon In and for the eastern and southern electon dstrcts of the townshp of Shrewsbury wll meet for the eastern electon dstrct of sad townshp at tho flrehou.se of tho Far Haven nro company on Pearl street, Far Haven, and for the southern electon dstrct of the townshp of Shrewsbury, at.the drelouse of the Shrewsbury lre company, In the vllage of Shrewsbury, on Tuesday* November, 90 from one oclock p. m. to nne oclock p. m. for the purpose of makng a regstraton of voters* of sad respectve electon dstrcts. RAYMOND DOUGHTY. Llerk of the townshp of Shrewsbury. NOTICE OP ELECTION., NOTICE OF TIMIH AND PLACE OF THE BOROUGH OF KUMSON. Notce Is hereby gven that a general electon wll be hold In and for the borough of lunkon upon Tuesday, November Sth, 90, from the hour of sx oclock, a. m., to the hour of seven o clock, p. m. Sad electon wll be held at the Oceanc truckhouso n sad borough. Sad electon wll be held for the purpose of electng a Governor of the Mate of New Jersey, a member of the House of Representatves, three members of the General Assembly of tho State of New Jersey, fve members of the noard of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Monmouth, two Coucllmen of (le Borough of Uumson, a Jollector unl an assessor. Further take notce that the Boards of Regstry and Electon n and for tho electon dstrct of the Borough of Rumson wll meet for the electon dstrct of sad nonugh, at the Oceanc trucklcusc afortsul. on Tuesday, November st. U0. from one oclock, p m.. to nne oclock, p. m., for the purpose of makng a regstraton of voters of sad respectve electon dstrct.,,., HENRY W. NAUGHTON, Clerk of the Borough of Rumson, N. J. August 20th, 5J0. MABTEES SALE. Fly vrtue»f un order of snp, to me dreeecl, malo anl decreed by tho Court of ChaM-y of.new Jersey, n the cause wn ren Lous K. Brown s complanant, and Kunu Ilwues Hyram and others are lu-temlants, wll expose to wale at llllc vklf nn. FRIDAY. THE KOUR- ThKXTII DAY OF OCTOBER.. 00, at the Kur >f two oclock In the afternoon or t-jh day. nt the Cohc hotel, n tlo borough, uf Red Knnk. In the eounty of Monmouth am state of New Jersey; nl tn- followng tracts of land nnd premses, Htuatt n the Ixrough of Ked Hunk, county of Monmouth JIIHI stute of New NOTICE OT HLECTIOT. Jersey, huundel anl- ltsurbed as fol- XOTICK OFTIMB AND PL. \CK OI IOWH: HOl.ljINt; CK.NIORAl. KL.KCTIUN Tl 0 KIIIST TItACT HeKnnllK nt a AND OF OKKICKRK TO UK KI.KCT- stake HtnmlK n the east lne of Worthley street, and where the east lne of KI). AND MHKTNO OF HOARDS OF KI.ECTON AJVI) REGISTRATION Worthley street. Is ntersected by the IN TUB HOROUGH OF I(K) HANK north lne of Marlon street, thence along Notce Is hereby gven that : general the north lne of Marlon street, ono eletlun wll be held In am for the Hurough of lud Hank upon Tuesday. No- of a foot to. a stnko stn-ndng In tho hundred and llfly-one nud sovon-tenths vember 8th, 9U, from the hourof sx north lno of Mllon street; thenco In a 0 cluck, A. M., to tle hour of seven nnrtlrrly drecton along thu dvson oclock, P. M. Sad electon wll be held lne between the lot hereby conveyed for th! llrst electon dstrct or snhl and lot now owned by A. T. Dorcmus, IlorouKh, nt the lousa of the Navslnk In n northerly drecton, sxty feet, to n Hook and Ladder company on Mechanc stake standng n tho dvson lne ot the DorcnUH lot; thenco In a westerly - llrst, Hccoml and thrd electon dlbtrlcts or the norokh.nftyed Dank, wll meet for tho llrst electon dstrct of sad Bor- OUKII, nt tho hmwo «f tha Nnveslnk Hook and Ladder company on Mechanc street; for thu second electon UlHtrct Matthew Mulln, a former at Lncroft, n bulldnk un addton of 80x0 feet to tho front of lh house on the Holmdel road. Tho addton wll cost.jwlmkwju strct; for De so-md rloctlon dstrct of Bald KorouKl of llel Llnnk at tho borourh hall on Monmouth street; for thenow owned by Lylta Bennett, ono hun- drecton along the southerly lne of lot thrd electon dstrct of sad UorouKh of dred nnd ffty-one feet nnd nne-tenths ted Unnk, at the flrchouse of tho Unon of a foot to a stake standng n the eust Ilorfo company on ShreWBbury avenue lno of Worthley street; thence along Suld electon wll bo held for tho purpose tlo west lne of Worthes street In a of elfcllk a Governor, member of thesoutherly drecton sxty feet, more or House of Representatves, three members loss, to tho pont or place of begnnng: of tho General Assembly of tlo Stato of beng marked lot "X" on n map enttled New Jersey, lve members of the Hoard "Map of lnnd nnd plan of lots of Thomas of Chosen Freeholders of tho County of P. Hrown at Knst Hed Hank, New.lorsoy," surveyed August nth. 895, as con- Monmouth, Mayor of tho Horoush of Hod Hank, two Counclman of tho IloroRl of Red Hank, two Justces of theby Thomas O. llaght. by deed recorded j voyed to the sad Hannah Jnno Drown leaeo, two Kurveyors of tlo Hghway In book 060 of deeds, on pagen 2, etc, Pound Keepers. In tle olllce of the clerk or tho county of Monmotth. Further take notce thnt tho Boards of u-klhtry and F.lecton In and for the SMCOND TRACT Begnnng at a stono at the east sde of tho publc road foot to the east ullo of suld rond at mld begnnng stono. THIRD TUACT On tho north sde of tho Loow parcel of land and. on tho oabt end of tho T. I. Hrown lot and begnnng nt tho touthcdht corner of tho T. I. Hrown lot, at a stuko; thenco eastward!/ along tho north sldu of the Loow land, ono hundred and llfty-threo feet to Worthley street: thenco northwunlly along tho west sde of Worthley strool, ffty foet to a stako or Htono: thonco [ webwnrrly ono hundred nnd,ncty-th*0o f<;ot to tho northeast corner of tho T. P. Hrown lot; thonco southwardly ffty feat along tho ennt of the T, I*. Hrown lot to the aforennll begnnng; Intended to bo bounded eastward by aall Worthley lot: tha Rocoml and thrd trnou beln* tlo lands an conveyad to nald Hannah Hrown by boulu B. thrown and wfe, by dnodn recorded n book 7 Of <Io«U, on agea 303..oto., In tho offlo«of the alcrx of tlu county of Monmouth, together, wth all and alnfular tho hereultamnta and appurtenance* to tho «aln pramlma.,

16 JuBt such a day In autumn,» Haly and.soft and sweet. Wth the Indan Summer walkng Abroad wth her sandaled feet. Her dusky locks dsheveled, Her dun robes tralng about Just Buch a dreamy, golden day The lght.of a lfe went out. Afar on a southern hllsde, Where the sycamore branches w«re, Where the sweet magnolas blossom, They hallowed and shaped a grave. O beautful, pershed darlng! O tenderest heart and true! If only tt? narrow chamber Hud folded and sheltered two! Year after year the grasses Curtan that lowly bed; Summers garland ther roses Over the precous head; Softly the sentnel cyprebs Weaves wth tn» mournful yew;. Would that ther whsperng branches ] crowd that had been drawn together sute." "Do you want Florda water In your bath?" sad be; scarcely hdng a sneer. "I want cvl treatment," was my retort. "Our terms are cash In advance," he repled, flushng almost purple. When he named a prce he thought beyond my means, I pulled out a check-book and wrote In the amount, I sgned my name and gave It to hm. He rang the call bell and as the frst boy approached sad: "Here, take ths \o tbe bank and. I see If It Is any good." I walked away and several tn the ould that ther whpg Shelded and shadowed two! Agan the Indan Summer Goeth,abroad OB of old; Bearng? Her gorgeous bnnnerh, Crmson, and llamo, nnd Rold. But, alu, for her royal beauty! She s grded nround about Wth the weeds of an awful Borrow For the lght of a lfe Is gone out. AASOITS wn. When my.uncle ded, the people ot,prankfort were almost dstracted be- tween the conflctng emotons of gref and curosty.. They knew, or thought they knew, my uncle as the rchest man by far n tho cty. Slent, cold nnd reserved, no one had ever presumed to be hs confdental frend. He ded wthout kth or kn of any knd n the world, except myself, hd a room wth a lath, or better yet,~a self-love Uat I wb>.begtnhjngt6 feel qute, gratfed, when I euddely won- dered what she meant. " Scarcely know < I.began. When she Interrupted ale. ". ";. -", "Mr. Gordon, wth, all-your money, power and talents, we of Frankfort often wonder why you bother to spend.it all -on us. Why you dont, In short, move to a larger place or spend part; of your tme In travel?" "Why Mlos Cole, dont you know I couldnt leave town I mean I wont leave whle you are here?" A nose lke the fallng of a char tn the next room, or the volent slamwlng of a wndow blnd by tbe wnd, startled us. That nght when I was walkng to my hotel I was sezed by four ruffans who bound, gagged and threw me nto a lght wagon standng near, I fought as I never had fought before., for I realzed what I should lose should they succeed Id gettng me beyond the cty lmts. We had nearly reached that pont when I succeeded In Jumpng out of the buggy. The fall nearly klled me, but a passer-by saw* It and came to my rescue. What was the reason for my attempted abducton? Had anyone guessed my secret? If so, I knew that my days of power were over. Whle anyone would hestate, to murder me, I had enemes who would not hesl-. tate to commt the leaser crme of abductng me. As I thought of my stay In Frankby tho sound of our voces tttered. He had drawn frst blood. * Perhaps Frankfort would keep me I Interested after all. I lked the prospect better. One thng was certan, George Graham and I would be better acquanted before long. j When I lay down that nght It was not to sleep, but to thnk out plans for tho future. Tho next mornng started out on my plan of campagn. I selected the corner from the Elks thnt I conceved to be most desrable and got optons from as many of the owners as I thought would be necessary to buld a hotel. the-sze I wanted.. Next I went to the tenants and got from them optons on. ther leaseb. accomplshed nl ths wthn ono week, nnd so lttle waa I known and \ fort I knew I had not betrayed myreapected that I succeeded. In gettng both tho land nnd the lenses at very self to anyone, unless I had to Dela the evenng of tho nght I was assaulted. Had she proven herself a. SBCOBD or xjpa TUBJC EHfw tad p >t Xnra land mua j Turk," who m4y,be taken ss typfyng tho empre of- the ul tans, holds one record at leant whch be;is not lkely to be deprved ot. He ts won and Jost more tclrrltory tlj any other naton..; ; I There wf* a tme when the sultan was tfe* ^ttgbear of the world. Even lttle.yhjhren In England shook lt ther hpev when they heard hs name mentoned nd those people who lved unywjexe near hm dared not call tholr lves ther own. But at last; the tde turned. The Turk began to lose, and one great msfortune /w<) wed another. Span wjs the frst bg bt of tbe Turksh^jnplro to break free. The Moors, TfUo wore subject and pad trbute tb/the sultan, were drven from provnce f tor provnce untl at length they >yere cooped up h the soltary kngdom 6t Granada. The law^sfoorsh kng to regn In Span yafe/boahdll-el-chaco, or Boabdll the tl)mcky. In 482 Ferdnand and Isabella, the kng and queen of Aragon apd Castle, declared war on hm, and,in 492 he had to surrender everythng. Hungary, whch now forma halfof the dual monarchy of tbe Emperor Francs Joseph, was a provnce of the sultan for 50 years. Then It was torn from hm by the Bword. After ths rame the turn of the czars. The Russans, whom he once despsed,, have been the Turks worst whom ho heartly detested. We had not Bpoken to each other for years, renbonabie ra(eb _. r dd both wero glad Of It. I regarded Tnoso who knew mo conc u(],, d r Dellah, or had my secret-been over- enemes. They hnve ether robbed hm hm as^an avarcous, coldly calcu-! hn(] n ttlo morey tlmt j wanted t0 heard when I had almost gven ft themselves or encouraged others to rob. latlng machne, wthout heart, con- Bpend )n makng a show, nnd fgured flclenco or human sympathy. Ho U)e ontlon m o n e y would-bo a lttle thought of mo as an Idle, shftless eabv extra change. dreamer, wth tho heard of a root and ; Tho r o n 0W j (, (]ay whon took up,the head of a fool. * n 0 optons and Inssted upon deeds Whatever tho people thought of a n d t e r m s of facton olns compled away to her? As soon as I was.able and presentlble, I called agan and told the story of the assault., From tho manner n whch she heard t J wna certan that she. had hm. Peter the Grent set the example, but was not, on (bewhole, very successful In hs wars aganst tue Moslems. At one tme the Turks could have cap-- tured and massacred Peter and hs army, but wero frustrated by the slave hm, It s.but far to hs memory to wr]l Ulore W(, r(, m, IRU, d feelng of ; m, mnd, n a, ot ln8t ^. Bay that they agreed wth hs Judg- Jov> conatenat!ml nn( wonderment on one knew they had overheard the slp [ ^ Cath^ne whom cter had W ar nent of myself. Therefore, when returned to all sdes. I \vn» nt once tho se.rsatlon of thf town. of the tongue I had made and guessed rest. For the frst tme In my lfe I was Frankfort-for I never long remaned No ono, (new wlmt ]S(J, waa g()lnk ^ ^ ^ ^ _ ^ ^ ^ n the uncongenal hole-the lnlm >-. tq m k e o[ t), e bllll<lnks or ground afl. ad A ridlcllloub endlng wab lln. uroust to whether htw^dtave T* lmd *" "^ ^ Cl " OrB ^ C mrf l M 7 ^ l at I "7rTl^ Greeks? wholad been curous as to whether no IOIIKI leave Graham had a secrct fear ()f wmu wah ]most any minht0. r pleaded wth,,. *,,,,... red. Catherne, the Great tore the Crmea from the unhappy Turk, together -wth thousands of square mles of terrtory along the shores of the Caspan.. < BTOXXM or na BE*.. -,- Ca«nohJag of Bla» n Bony on Board E War Y*M«L We were makng passage from Norfolk, Va., to Lsbon, Portugal, nthe Unted States steamshp Allance. It was shortly after 4 oclock. I had Jost gone to my room for a ppeful of tobacco when the sal maker cametoray ; door wltja scared face. "Got any wa-. ter n your room, Mr. Du Bols?" he ad..,. * "Yes; heres a palful." "For Gods sake gve It to me quck) The sal rooms aflre, but dont say anythugl Ill have t out In a mnute!" I banded hm the pall of water, but was not gong to take any chances of a fre on a man-of-war wth ffteen tons of powder not sx feet away, so I ran to the shps bell and rang the fre alarm as furously as I could. In less, tme than t takes you to read ths hand grenades were beng thrown and water was pourng nto the now stllng mass of burnng canvas. Men jumped n among tbe great bundles of furled sals and passed them out, and when one could not endure the smoke any longer another took bs place..at lust the danger was over,-and I began to look around nnd take stock of the affar. I had.often wondered what would So n case of a lre on the shp, I would save my watch. A watch B nercr used at sea, so It hung from a book over my desk. I would be suro to take along my best grls pcture, nnd there were a few other lttle belongngs whch must not be partedwth. Well, when the thng was over, what had I gathered together? Not my watch, not my best grls pcture, not anythng, that I luul thought I would, but I had flled my pockets wth extract of jeef and nothng else., Dumb nstnct, not a thought of anythng bnt of somethng good to eat n dre extremty. How dd the fre start? The snlmaker, whose duty t Is to keep the sals lo good order, Is prvleged to RO to the sal room nt any tme,.but he s supposed to always carry «pecular lanten, consstng of a common candle Store Closed Evenng* at$ P. M-, Saturdays 0 P.M. Sweaters for Women and Chldren. -,...-.,. -. Womens and Msses Coat Sweaters, whte only, perfect fttng, all ncely fnshed, two pockets, pearl buttons;, worth $.00, specal at.,. Womens Sweater Coats, several choce styles, sngle. and double breasted, hgh or low collar, our prces we know are rght, rangng from...,....$.98up to $5.98. Chldrens and Infants Sweaters, n large varety of styles and prces, all colors, toftfrom year to 4 yearchldren y..50c. to $2.00 The Stran of Servce hs money to hs unworthy nephew, or go)ng to h,, o WBR respectful h, ove hat eveq almost any mnuto. I pleaded wth j B a vcg of the sultans for many centu-," -sat. In a globe of horn, suffcently to-some worthy charty. After tho funeral I wan called Into a prvate room where two men wero Jj na j t0 ecatod. Ono of thorn I recognzed as my uncles lawyer, tho-other as hla banker., enough now; to my face, but from all loved hermorethan-i thought t pos- I Turks out of the country. rles, rose In rebellon and drove the I opaque to gve lteht for hs I could hear le wan an vunoos my back. Tho second day after my purchases the prncpal nrchltlrynron a near- Bble for mo to love. She represented tho only thng In Frankfort that the Greek leaders began to quarrel among themselves, and cvl war wth any dnnjjcr from, ol tlmt mght! be splled and catch (re. and the globe, was not sure of. The very desre of, owe d. The Turk took the opportunty belng o born nstead of glass, pro- «^- nnadnl n ** t* n ** *-TK t*\ * «^ **. * *** rx * m^* -mr wr* n n rt I *% w!.... ^ * ^kl fl tttj f~ t^facd I Kll t" T* /f I \ trfll t * ff A "T f %O A, CORSET, mproperly made, throws the stran of servce n the wfohg places, and not only dstorts the Corset but the.fgure as well, producng njury and dscomfort.-,, W. B. NUFORM CORSET^! are made durable, are scentfcally ". and anatomcally correct, and n so many styles and szes that every; woman can be sure of a proper model to sut her partcular fgure/ They softly embrace the fgure^; gently 5 formng smooth curvng lnes, wthout mpartng that feelng of bndng so prevalent n ordnary Corsets. W. B. Nufqrm Cornets at $.00, $2.00 and $3.00*., by cty arrved, nnd we spent the rest They erceted me n a curously Qf the woek on tho ])lnnr My dlrec. quet and constraned way that struck ( onb wor(j B, m, e bu,, d a hote, mo as omnous for my future wel- faro. Mr. BoIeB, the lawyo?, got up and lghted the gas, pulled down tho shades, and locked all the doors. The banker remaned seated, offerng no comment, whle I gazed wth fascnated Intorest from one to tho other. Mr/ Boles havng at last secured the proper prvacy seated hmself and began: "Mr. Gordon, I havo n strange communcaton to make to you. Tho ftrangeat that you ever ljoard. It la concernng your uncles wll. Wo possebrlon seemed to feed my passon a hundredfold. Sympathy dr Iovo, I could not tell! to seze the country once more.! But the massacres and other horrors whch followed aroused Europe. In eludes a possblty of breakage. Ths tme tho ^almaker, desrng a lttle ] more llgbt had. taken out the candle, j three tmes the sze of the Elks, and wthout any restrctons whatever, make It tho fnest that money can Tho man thought I was smple, but ho chartably named the venture Cvc Prldo, and wo let It go at that. I demanded thoerecton, of ths homo some hope. The next day I went to my lawyer and studed over the contents of the wll carefully. Then, I dd a very unusual thng. I bought block after ; a kng of Its own. Chldrens School Dresses. We are showng the largest varety of. dresses for grls from 2 to 4 years weve ever had, the styles are all the a free and ndependent kngdom, wth a! hlulcd «p on dcck and 8 )relu out j very newest and materals are all washable and fast colors, whch, made her unusually knd, and 827 the Turksh fleet was destroyed II had.dropped from hs fngers away whle she would not say yes, yet gave ; at Navarlno. The combned fleets of down lnt the blght of a furied sau - Brtan, France and Russa took part n the operaton. In 828 Greece was acknowledged as and the cloth had caught fre. There was a terrble mess of burned and nmoky sala n.there, nnd they were block of tho busness center of Frankfort, and as fnst as possble sold what ^ U ^ l l I Ihll u u u I I ^. *..l\_t- L l l f u I j ] j vj & *jm ^ «* >! ««k*.ft>ffr t l l j^^jkjh^b mj 4 v- >JW M\l > I I ( & L. 7 - _ ^, tel In an Incredbly short tme, and had just purchased even If I only P nl "t of the swuus empre Kor nearly n century Egypt, whch the Turk conquered In G4, has been In lttle three are ue only persons on earu, K ^ that are to know the contents of. ths fam6 ;Ve, lnt. Wlth -my rse ramo H Btrango bequest, and If you refuse to as money can accomplsh much n Frnnkfonl ab well ns Msewhere, I had the old buldngs razed and work bepun on tho now almost before the ctzens realzed what wu wero dong. As the now buldng wont up, nlwlat De That ho felt got half or two-thrds of the amount more than. name, nnd snce 882, when had prevously pad. As fast as I-got the Engfen.occuped Pharaohs coun- s «fnvorlte on board awx tlle offl - the money from these sales I banked! trv after Arall raslms rebellon, the In the sun to drv and to flnd out Just.., r^mt _.,.,, /^_ J. I JL T\ I tt I " I, > what the damase was. n the bottom! som e vey pretty Galatea cloth and Percales,all have full. of th! rooj on the floor one of tha men found the stump of caudle and put t ll hs pocket. The sullmaker, v fu pleated skrts and the workmanshp cannot be excelled, \;50c. to $.98. It, untl I lmd a trfle over, two huh- Turk has had practcally nothng to do dred thousand dollars. wth Egypt. Meantme every one secretly thought TllD Moorsh corsars who bad ther lar n the,,plrate cty of Algers, ac- had gone crazy.. my., urn of Georce Graham. abde by tho provsons enumerated R k, ou, 0 s(, (j, couw furtlcl. theren, you are forbdden ever to B00 t I m t t h o r o wll8 y e t o n o B00( flbht speak about It. Do you accept ths n ;l m] h o w o u W m a k e nrnllmlnnrv rpnnlrnmpnt? prelmnary requrement?, "I do," I sad wthout hestaton. "The frst nt all,.you muat know [ that your undo was far rcher than nny ono Imagned. He ded possessed of almost unlmted wealth. Not ono, but many, many mllons. If you ac-, cept the terms of hs wll, your letter of credt wth Mr. Brenton wll bo unlmted. No chock however small or great, wll bo unhonored; your wealth ; wll exceed the dreams of Monte Crls- %o. If you refuse the terms of tho Wll all hs wealth goes to charty." "do on," sad I nervously. "The provsons of ths Btrango document are In bref these: That all of ths groat fortune Is to be yours, When my hotel was fnshed and a Rood landlord Installed, hs was prac^ tlcally a deserted Inn. On thu occason of tlo openng of tho "Frankfort" I pruve a recepton and ball. Among tlo guests was a young lady by the name of Dela Colo. I knew tho mnuto that saw her that I smply must havo her for my wfe. She was at onco the most beautful and attractve woman that I had ever seen. She moved lke a queen among the guests, and lke a quoon she accepted my homage. I wns both surprsed and annoyed to hear, the followng day, that George Graham waa payng court to her. Then, I wont to the grl I had come ^owledged. the sultnn as ther suzeto love better than lfe Itself, and n au, but wore defantly Independent as cers ^nevcr found out how the Ore ; Btartcd. They thought they knew. I The cptnl "broke" tho slmaker ; that Is. reduced hm to the docks. But he couldnt prove nuytlr. So after! n weok_or so le restored hm to hs old rank. the prvacy of my carrage, In the mddle of the road, safe from lstenng ears nnd tnttllng tongues, I told her regarded all the rest of the world. Ther swft salng dhows preyed on the eonerce of all Europe, and from Specal Prced Outng Flannels. Just at the fght tme, a lot of very heavy soft fnshed! Outng Flannels n all the best styles of checks, strpes, Wo came near bavn* another lre ^ ^ ^ ^ W u e ^ ^ ^ ^ p r j c e g h o u ] d b e somethng of the story of my lfe, and start tollnlsu they sezed manythouonce, nnd. whle It mght have been very serous. Itwas really funny. We had several hundred pounds of of my uncle Aarons wll. "And you forfet everythng," sho snnds whom p 2}4d., specal at. /::. 0c. per yard. Bald wth wde and wonderng eyes. *% <* *? [«T± la of whte captves, mady of f llu ^, tt0, n on " rd *?*. fearng that m thoy ransomed, whle others!t m * U } llllve IPtlorca dmnpnew. the.,.,». _ frunprs enne cot up the eases from to spend In any manner you clooso, It was but one more reason why It provded you reman wthn the cor- : should bo a war to the deuth between porate lmts of Frankfort always; us; nevertheless, I waa determned and further, that you tell no one of j that her name should not bo dragged.the contents of ths bequest." The two men looked at me curloubly; I was strangely embarrassed. Never.In my wilderl magnaton had J dreamed of anythng lke ths. "Onco moro tell mo the restrctons that wll be placed on me If I accept?" "That you aro never to leave tho corporate lmts of Frnnkfort wllngly or unwllngly, nnd that you tell no ono of the condtons of (he wll. Tho mnute you break any one of these requrements tho money passes out of your hands." I thought rapdly. That I should bo compelled to reman In such n place bl wab a terrble Idea to me. That I should loao a fortune rch beyond Imagnaton WBB not to bo thought of by ;,.,,, an Idle beggar lke me. nsnn{,f. Into our affars beforo we had fnally settled accounts wth each other. It must not bo expected from ths I that Graham was wthout frends. Far j from It; he had a number, many of Ihem Intensely partsan, who would ; not healtalo nt anythng to accomplsh ther nrnobe, Among tlpro was a young fellow by j the name of Reynolds who owned a! jewelry Btorc next door to tho Elks. j Ths cur had already crculated a number of most malcous les about mo, when determned to put hm out [ of bualncsb. I mght havo a Bort of respect for Graham, but none- for hs creatures. bought tho store next to Reynolds and fxed t up wth tlo fnest of fur- Then I font for one of my,..,. out-of-town frlemlb. put everythng In "I accept tho terms." I Bald bref- IJ.s name, and placed twce as large ly, and hurred out lost I change my ; llnd, mnd» omo Block ns UcynoWa. flec n - In tho Klore. I nstructed my man to My undo, I reflected, could havo Inflcted no greater punshment than Hell for one-half tho prlco hs compettor charged for nn artcle. ddnt even furnsh me nmremont or exctement. lllo most of tho Inhabtant!) tha knew mo, I dd not havo nn enemy thoro; and I know, thnt an noon an unllmled money was mlno, these people would ho fawnng sycophants at my foot. Tho best hotel that tho town pon-.sobsod wns the Elks, u three-ntory buldng that Btood on n promnent corner. It wae old In dostgn, rathor.behnd the tlnen nnd had boon en-, largcd onco or twlco. Every ono wth proper elvlo prdo WHH BDHHUIVO aa to tho Elks, yet recognzed tho fnot thnt ;no ono could successfully compete,wlth tho landlord, Ooro Orlmm, In startng n now hortolry, for tho ronson that compotltlvo hulldhk Hpnco WBB too vahublo, and th«prlco of labor nnd buldng materal too hgh to mftko tho Investment prnfltublo. Aa I entered tbo lobby nnd adt&ncod to tho offlco I saw Qrnhnm Jhlnnolf bollnd tho donk., "Hello, Cordon, wnnt a squnro uonl jbeforo ypu bt tho road agan?" Many a tlmo ho hud «pokon In a " ", yet tod»y wthout "by tellng me tha?" "Everythng In the world I do not have n my own name," I corrected, "but I would gve It all, and more, too, If I had It, for your respect, your love.". Soft hrms stole around my neck. "Yes, I know," sad Mr. Boles, "I know all about t; you have lost and won magne, someone suspected your secret. But what pusses my understandng s, why ddnt you get mllons of your uncles your name?" When asked, to keep hs pratcal subjects Inorder the sultan declared hmself lelpleus to do anythng. The freebooters wont on dong as (hey lked for a long tme. Then France became weary of patence and forcbly took possesson of tho cty In 830. Snce.then she has annexed 807, , square mles of Algeran terrtory once all about t; you have lost and sub]ect *Q thewltan.. out. Perhaps It la best, for I, Thw ^ the ^ ^ RUBBIB worst tme. on hm, nnd the Balkan states,!.-whch had beeu held as provnces by ^Turkey for hundreds of wealth transferred to yeara revolted, flew to arms and dd everythng tjbey could on the ade of n t J VW-J *.* ( t~.fl. *.-. l,l«"it seems to me that wth Dela, my property In town and $200,000 In the bank I ought to do pretty well," I repled, smlngly. have a chance." "Now let charty that of compellng mo to lve, IIIBUIO of ; Hoyn)lll8 conlnu,,,ced cuttng prce., the cty lmts o Lrnnkfort, and yot j ulll,,, (, ml wnb m t. k t, at h who In the world would not jump at the chance ot.ltelng absolute monarch.and dctator of ono of tho huntllng PlnTslmMur ma.nor ud for,, young Amercan ctes, for such I r0lbollb j enubllbled,, controlled a " J, ncwbpaper, n bakery, a larness shon Though I possessed tho contempt of nnd a thoator. The town wn. rapdly becomng mne., and I wan kng. If nny nnu dhllkod mo orny ways thoy acqured tho ablty of keepng that knnwltdgo to themsulveb; for, Bonohnw, they found that my onemca, for ono cano thoy could not fully tndphtnnd, wero rapdly takng advantage of tho bankruptcy law. Durng thn perod I managed lo fnd tlmo to jny court to Dela Colo. I cannot nay tlmt I Hndu tho headway thoro that I dd In everythng olso. MIIIB Dela noonx-d to nvold mo, The PlrBt Avator. Was Harold, the last of the Saxon klnga, our frst avator? Ths s a pont serously mantaned by ancent bographers of tho Saxon kng, who pershed n tho battle of Hastngs. In tho courso of an artcle In the Wndsor Magazne a wrter recalls a tradton whch cannot, of courso, be ether dsputed or dsproved today, but was of suffcent Intorest to be retold even by the poet Mlton n hs "Hstory of the Anglo-Saxons," whore tho poet-hetorun says: "Harold was, In bn youth, strangely asprng, had made and ftted wngs to hs hands and feet; wth these on the top of a tower, spread out to gather ar, ho (low more than a furlong; but the wnd lelng too hgh, enme flutterng down, to the mamng of all hs lmbs; yet HO conceted of hs art, that ho attrbuted tho cause of hs fall totho want of u. tall, as brds havo, whch ho forgot to make, to hs hlndor parts. Ths Btory, though Boomng othorwlbo too lght In tho mdst of a sad narraton, yot for tho strangeness theroof, I thought worthy onou^h tho placng." Vn«t Unknown Ionaon, There Is not a slnglo man lvng who knnwe all London, who has boon through every street, or nto ovory crchcont square and luraco. Ths BconH a hard sayng, and It IB oho whch vlrlton from nbroad or tho col- :nlc! llnd t ImpoBslblo to lollovo, out novorthclohb It Is absolutely and Incontrovertlbly truo. Let any ono tako a map of London and try to mark In rod all tho Btrcotf) whch ho enn honestly nay ho lnsvlulte.l and ho wll lmvo to^confcbb that ho knows Gut llttlue of" tho motropoll of tho world and though couldnt toll that fralmn was makllb any lrogrem, wnr qulto Burn that I wuu not gellng along an I nnd that tho rod marked strootb lre should. ; I ut,.!!!) nothng compared wth {those WBB not a llttln puzzled nt hor at- lm,has had to loavo untouohod. tltudo, and I ronombor ono ovcnlng In partlplnr tha called at hor homo rnd Vrlod to got an oxulnntlon from her. "Mr. Gordon," nlm tmll wth a llttlo norvoua lnugh, "you aro BO need to ImvlK your way about everythng lnco yuur return to town tlmt you Imagne th»t I ought lo fall nto your TUklnr on Art.. The Frst Grl I ulwuys feel llltq a fool when I try to talk nbont urt. Tho Second Grl You dont need t6 fed thnt way. If you loan your head ( lttle to ono tldo when you look nt u pnlntlnk, nnd\throw n a remark now then, aboutflpewecttva?,,one Russa. HaS^he czar been left to hmself thqjtrub empre would have been pr«ctlf<llr destroyed. The other great p^jra;. however, were afrad to see Rns,a top powerful. They nslbted on srmmbnjng the congress of Berln. : ; " By the tvrns of the treaty of Berln tho Turk wnalmoat Bwept out of Europe. Bosna and Herzegovna were handed over to Austra to keep In order. Roumnnla, Servla and Montenegro were declared absolutely Independent of hm. Bulgara was created Into a prncpalty, nomnally under the sultans suzeranty, but In realty free. And thcu Austra annexed Bosna and Htrzegovjua.- " "^ ~ Tbo Human Brun. What Is tho bran but a acrapbook? asks the Fnmlly Doctor. If, when we are asleep someone should peer In thero, what would he flnd? Lnes from lavorlte poets, scrap songs, melodes from operna, sentences from books, meanngless dates, recollectons of chldhood; vague, gradually growng alnt, moraonts of porfect happlnoss, hours of despar ond msery. The frst klua of chldhood, the frst partng of bosom frends, the word of prase or tho word of blame of a fond mother, pctures of men and women, of homeland beautes or scenes of trnvol, hopes and dreams thnt como to nothng. Unrequted kndnesses, gratltulc for favors, lfted thankfulness for llfo or the roverto, quarrolh and recollectons, old Jokes, delghtful nonwt that Bavorod talk,.or,tho dull flow,of speech that had In It no llfo; am, through them all, the thread of ono deep and endurng passon for aomo one nan o woman, whch may lmvo lee a mtsorv or n dollrbt. Denlh went woellnf, WOUIUIIK, IIIM tuhln ovor. IIIB Bhuuldcr; Tlc wl, (ho old, tlo ovur-bold, (lr«w wenkor, wamor, colder. He WMUdtlcn out of tlo Knrlon, Tl»> frnll folk rooked wth pan, Tlj Kck, n tll) old, nmlhtln ovor-loll yad ll HID Blrong l-umln. Now -Ilentl KOOB wondlnb, woodng T O ««^l tllo tool llouhlh le Ktllc-H llo f»lr, tlo l-bnnlr,. The yauk. nnd tlo oll votunen. le KHIIUTO out of tlo -gardun Tm ntnk, and Ibo buv, ml tlo gay H- Illrn Ilum far to thu dlt«l9f War- Am Ht) otlors ho bds "Htayl" Ho lcro In tlo fttvaaol Kardon A Tho A hero n tlo fttvffod Knrdon Anl.out In tho.cornnold yonder. Runners Rung got up the magazne, pulled It all out nnd pread It on the wnrm decks far aft In he sun to dry. Away forward the )oatsvralns. mate and hs gang wero msy wth tnr pots and ropes puttng lome of ther stuff n order. We had qn board a mascot In the hape of a monkey, one of the largest have ever seen. He would stand qute three feet hgh, and he wns the very Old JJlck for mschef. He was a great nusance, that monkey, and must always be dong what he saw any of the men dong. Well, Mr. Monkey saw the men wth the warm tar, and nothng would do but he must have a hand In the Job lterally, so he ran forward and dpped hs hands Into the pot and n a mnute was all besmeared wth the stcky stu&; then he bolted aft ns fnst as he ould scamper and rolled In the gud cotton, got hmself well covered wth t and rnn aloft Into the rlrgng. Salors have a sayng. "Tho devl to pay and no ptch hot." but the ptch was hot ths tme, and the condkon was actually appallng. Some of he men ran after hm. but It was Impossble to catch hm. He was too shrewd for that. Thr gunners pang wthered up hat Run cotton as men never dd BO fast In ther lves beforo and put It back Into the eab. for had thnt fool monkey dropped from nloft Into It he would hwo hnvn the. shp to klnpcdom come. They got It out of the way wthout dsaster, lnt for several hours thnt crenture sat up there pckng gun cotton from hmself and throwng It overboard. Vs I sad, the epsode would have loon comcal hud It not* been fraught wth so much danger. It mght have been "another sea myslory," but t was not. Stanley Du Bols In I,os Ansoles Tmes. Suoh IBB Jano Addams, the founder of Hull houso nnd tho poneer In settlement work In Chcago, recently was In St. LOUIB, nnd, accordng to voradoub chronclers wab vsted by an enterprsng young roporter, whoso frst quostlon was, "Mss AdtlnnR, havo you over had any oxporlonco fn settlement work?" When ths story wab ro- poated In the prosonco of Senator Frye ho remnrked that (t remnded hm of nn exporlonco of hs own a yonr or two ngo. Ho was roturlng to Washngton for tho sebblon of Congress and Btayod ovor a day or two In Boston. Soon nflor ho had regstered at tho Touralno n youthful roportor called on hm, nnd tho frst queston was, Sonntor, lmvo you ovor tnkon nny Interest In tho shp mbsldy cotlon?" "Not much," ropllod tho Bonator, dryly. "Can you toll mo Juat what Jt Is?" Whereupon tho young mnn procendml to gve a llttlo elomontnry Instructon on tho subjont to tho Bona tor, who had boon tho nythor of most of tho shp nubsldy- blls Introduced In congrohh, And tho vonerablo nountnr mror enllghtcqed tla ydmff mnn BROAD STREET. l tha bra How btl d Tlo *on«ho was afrad It mght have embarrassed hm... - _ j «* - * -,. If yftt) ww nvlhluf or UMflf < STRAUS CO. RED BANK. R* ENCAMPMENT ATLANTIC C IITY September t9th to 24th Specal Servce va NEW JERSEY CENTRAL September 9th and 20th Specal Tran Mrll leave Red BanR at 2.O p. m. September 2st Specal Tran wll leave Red BanK at 7.O a. m., arrvng at Atlantc Cty n ample tme for the Grand Parade of Veterans. For full nformaton as to rates, regular and specal return tran servce, etc., apply to tcket agents or IRA E. WHYTE, 2). P. A., t * ASBVRYPARK Why the Boy -Wals d. Else Ferguson, the theatrcal star, relates that one day she passed the house of an actor frend and found hs mp of a small boy sttng on the front steps weepng btterly. Of course Bhe stopped to fnd out.what was the matter. "We we got a squallng new baby n the house, an dads on the road and ho dont know nothn about t! At the end hs voco was a howl of "But," she protested bewldercdly. "that s nothng to cry about. Dad wll soon be home, and thnk how BUfr prsed hell bo.".. Tho small boy stopped cryng long onouch to transfx her wth an ndgnant glare. "You dont understand," he sad btterly. "Dud always blnmeb mofor every snglo thng that happens whlo hea away!". At th» TlolMt -Wndow. Tho mnn wth the Rlnssy-eye and proternaturally solemn demeanor put down a soveregn at tho bookng olhco at Charng Cross, nnd- demanded "a "Whnt stnton?" snapped the tcket ugcftt, Tho would-bo trnvoler steaded hmself by puttng both handa on the ledgo of tho tcket wndow. "What statons havo you?" ho uakod wth quet dgnty^ A Horrlll* Bngraatlon. CBBUUI Acquantance So you wero nlwoyb opposed, to, crnrs? But ono novel knowh what thobg huabundh do»ne6 they nro out of your sght. I wouldnt be surprlnfcd f your hutr band wm smokng now,. YoUng Woman (In horrfed tonon) Oh, dont suggool such o thng! Cnnunl Acqunlntanc* Why nott WllUam Whte. Brother. Msa Jane Addams, the. head of Hull House, at aluncheon of the Chcago Cvc Club, remarked: "We women stll havo much to fght for. Our battle wll be long and dffcult. Well, let us frankly admt t. There s nothng to be ganed by such rose-colored phrases as Wllam Whte employed. Wllam Whtes brother lmd klled a man n cold blood. Well Wllnm, how abou,t your brother? a vstor to the town asked hm one day after the tral. Well, sad Wllam, theyve put hm n jal for a month." Thats a rather lght sentdnce for a cold-blooded murder, sad the man. Yes, sr, WllamBdm ted,but ot the months ond thoyre gong to hang hm. " Helpng- tho Wdow. "Jm," Bad an honest coal dealer to ono of hs drvers; "Jm, mn.ke"that ton of coal two hundred pounds short. It s for a poor, delcnte wdow, and as Bhe wll havo to carry all of t up two (lghts f stars I dont want to ftvo-tux her strength." ; Blnoo Pa Ho Bourht a Tho IIOIHIIIJOI-H novor PIIBB UB by umlofjcml any noro; Tloyvo cthhol to tlt tholr nmcr) hgh tlo wythhy dll laforfl. Woro not looked down on by tlo ^llrowh or Nmblol by MIH. Onon TIIITDH hocn a Kurren clako Hlnco pn lnn louxbt ftllnounlnn. Mn (t<(h Invted Out to ton. or Hlmcthlng ctv(.u-y lny,.. Anl lly tlnt 0I lo hoot nt m> have jl»«hnt tllkh to tny;,, TIIQ cullorm cono In Hlylound.nhowftn Inturont thnth lc«n ^ Tn un mll our nltulrh Mlnco m lnn houglr IllUl u U IlnlOUMlllO. Bn unol lo nt hprn lonhln Jlln. bocubo ot ll nl.,.-.,, \\ non thorn oonol hll h, no.ttan wull cn.l. nt no,w you ought tn h l I tl nojw you they lnn up In tlo hull* Mfturtd to often f r«t, but aha hat loar tq be MorcH.

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