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1 i V i'. v m ' v v v v w Be a booster. Don t knock. J Let s make Belmar Beacb the i inest resort along the Jersey ^ Coast. Spread the news o its.j. attractions everywhere..j. «t«vol738, N o. t>0 acav JEKSti\ FRDAY, MARCH, &, 1926 GAS COMPANY 10 HAVE MODERN OFFCE STRUCTURE AT AT A. P..Steel an d other materials are be- iirst loor a very desirable Gran, ing assembled at Grand and Sum- avenue store o some 3,200 sq. meriield avenues, Asbury Park, or j The third and ourth loors are to the new six story ire-proo oice lie inished as general oices and building being constructed by the j the ith and sixth loors have been Fitkin Realty and mprovement Co. especially designed and will be par as southern division headquarters liculariy inished as desired or or the Jersey Central Power and physicials, dentaists and other pro- Light company. The building will essional men. Already a number have a rontage o 100 t. on Grand o Asbury Park proessional men avenue and 80 t. on Summerield have signed or oice space in the and will cost approximately one- building. Twenty-our hour elevahal million dollars. t is promised; the Jersey Central Power and Light or completion early next autumn, company will be on the corner The general contractor is Clar- parallel with Cookman avenue, and ence H. Smith o 215 West 28th the entrance to the oices through street, Ne wyork City, who has just a spacious and digniied hall to the recently completed oice buildings elevators. The oices themselves at 94 Fulton street, and 110 Fulton are in units o some 500 sq. t., arc street, New York, and who is the;exceptionally well lighted and so builder.o many churches, manuac-1 arranged that sub-divisions easily j luring plants and other high class can be made. The corridors are buildings. The oundations and ample and the stairs easy o access, ^ootings which were let as separ- The radiators are to be ree rom ate contracts to the Raymond Con- the loors, each suite having two crete company are now completed j windows or more, and the irst loor beams and gril- One o the eatures o the equiplages are promised to be erected by ment o the new Fitkin building April 1st. i will be the heating system. A bat- The building is designed or 8 tery o our gas ire boilers will be stories, but only 6 will be construct instulled to heat the structure and ed at his time. The acade o the the boiler room will be itted up building is limestone or the irst also as a demonstration room o two stories with limestone trim- j this type o heating unit which is mings on the third story, with brick rapidly becoming so popular thru above culminating with terra cotta j ut the country. The gas division cornice and baltustrade matching \o the Jersey Central Power and the stone work. The construction! l-ight company has been making a o the building lias been especially campaign on this type o boiler and careully designed and has been! along the Jersey coast during the -checked by the construction de-j l«st ew months, and already has partment o the General Engineer- in operation some 30 boilers in resiing and Management Corporation, \dences as well as oice buildings, the engineering division o Fitkin The Jersey Central Power and Utilities, nc., in all details. All Light company as constituted, embraces sixteen ormer independent loors and partitions will be constructed o concrete and terra cotta companies. The latest addition to with metal doors. The architect o the Jersey Central group is the New the building is C. Aubrey Jackson Jersey Gas and Klee'ric company, o New York, who is a resident o serving Dover and vicinity. This Asbury Park. company alls into what is termed The Jersey Central Power and the northern division o the Jersey Light company will occupy the Central Power and Light, embracing the plants at Morristown, Sum large show room store on the Summerield-Grand avenue, corner and mit and Milburn. Acquisitions or iillgh SMTH TO RUN FUR COUNCL HLLG ALSO SLATED TO RUN LYMAN AND STNES URGE! AGAN TO RUN BELMAR KWANS TO GET CHAPTER lviwanis club will be ormally presented with its charter by the head o the organization in New Jersey at the Berkeley-Cartaret ho- ;el, Asbury Park, Thursday night, April 15. Kiwanians, not only rom Belmar and Asbury Park but rom all sections o the state will attend Hugh Smith o 1701 A street, local builder, announced today that he will be a candidate or council at the coming June election. He will the presentation ceremonies their women guests. with run on the Democratic ticket. Mr. Smith has done wonders in building The scene o the charter giving was decided at a meeting o the re up the southern end o the town cently organized local Kiwanis club and will no doubt make a good in the American Legion home, Wednesday. councilman. Politics is not new As usual a large delegation to Mr. Smith, as he has previously o Asbury Park men attended the served three terms as Mayor o luncheon and aided in planning the Hopewell and several terms as charter night program, and also in councilman. Mr. Smith is a very advising the Kiwanians thro past popular igure in Belmar. t is likely in the near uture that.hon Hillig, proprietor o the Llany trior hotel, will announce his candidacy experiences. Edwin R. Smock, president o the organization, announced the appoint ment o the ollowing committees, : council ' ii the Republi the lirst man named being chair can ticket. A lively <; is anticipated man: public aairs, George G. Ti at the coming June primaries tus, Paul C. Taylor, Stanley Dodd, or; couneilmanic honors. Rev. Wm. J. McConnell and Edward Councilmen Edward Lyman and F. Lyman, jr., attendance and re- Clarence Stines, whose terms expire, are being urged liy their many riends to makethc run again. EDWARl) GREEN BURED Edward Green, 32, a ormer local resident, who died in New York City on Monday, was buried at the Mt. lope cemetery, Brooklyn on Wednesday. Mr. Green was ormerly in the poultry business. He is survived by a wie, mother and ather. His wie was the orme" Miss Rose Weinstein. BENEFT MOVE SHOW A beneit movie show will be held at the Rivoli theatre on March 24 and 25, the proceeds going towards St. Rose s new church. The dog-cateher to caught iteen dogs. date has An Essex coach owned and operated by Arthur E. Keane o rvington, was destroyed by ire, yesterday aternoon. The ruins were towed to Gundaker s garage. The ire companies responded to the alarm. On Monday evening, March 15, the Silver Lake Council will celebrate their thirty-ith anniversary in the Chamberlain Hall. RANBOW M1NSTRELETTE and GEORGA CAKE WALK by the Alpha Club o the Presbyterian Church at the Rivoli Theatre, Belmar. N. j. Monday evening. March 8th At Eight-thirty O clock Be sure your avorite Cake-Walker gets the Cake. GltJ THBAKT OF THE DOWEKY posthumous book by JL G. Halil mond. ). ) Price $1.50. Published by Fleming H. Revell Co., 158 Fith Avenue, New York City. HAVE YOUR HOMES CLEANED BY LOUS HECKMAN, PBOFKS SONAL HOUSE CLEANER AND ^ARFTAKER. ESTMATES \RE the entire mezzanine and second the southern division in the last loors. This will leave or rental ew months include the Barnegat CHEERFULLY GVEN. 18th AVE purposes on the north side o the Light company and the Atlantic VUE. NEAR BBURVOOD TER RACE. PHONR tor service will be provided, espec- Highlands Light and Power cominlly or the convenience o proes- pany. FOR SALE OR RENT Eight room sional men. who may occupy oi- Jersey Central Power and Light house, all improvements, located ccs in the building. company is one o the chie subsi- at th Ave. For narticulars. annlv M. Rarr, th Ave. or The entrances to the oices o (Continued on Page Eight) phone 1170-J. Easy terms or quick sale. Ack quick. ception, John Bier, Rev. E. Harrison Cloud. William H. Hurley, Neil U. Miller, and A. ). Burgesser; clas siie.otion and membership, Frank E. Moyer, Claude Birdsnll, Thomas D..Tocck, Dr. R. E. Watkins and Edwin B. Bigelow; music, Arthur Bird sail, Frank Lyon, Edward Parslow J. t Buy n Belmar t 1" %» ) Single Couy Hour O uts COUNCL TO CONDEMN LAND ON RVER FRONT AS PUDLC PARK Many Taxpayers Present at Last Monday Evening s Council Meeting and Speak n Favor O Proposition Propositions o some riverront riverront demand much more than property owners being unreason- they are worth. The highest able in the opinion o the commit-; amount paid per ront oot in re- cent transactions, the only deinite tee, boro council ater much discus think we have to guide us is $24 and sion, Monday night, authorised its j purchasing Lhe remaining ground at solicitor, Gilbert H. VanNotc, to in-; that igure would cost only $36,000. stitute condemnation proceedings, i H was suggested that value o a necessary, to secure the remainder man s bus.i'less! ap 1 rom thu build o the Shark river shore that in s on th,c riverront, not taken stretches rom the railroad track 111 consideration by Mr Sterner, west to L street, between River road n»ght materially change the quotaand the river, or park purposes. tlons but hte sai,d <'atjidv.ee rom Sentiment o one o the largest! real estate man and atgroups o taxpayers that ever at- o^ney engaged in the Bradley tended a council meeting on the ^ t i a n, showed that good i will had not igured in condemnation igures at all. There is a diqueslion, almost unanimously aerence between good will and val- vored purchase o the river ront. Every councilman voted aye on the question o condemnation. While Councilman Edward F. Lyman, jr., chairman o the inancel committee, declared himsel or the rivevrront purchase he said that j likelihood o Belmar exceeding its bonded indebtedness should be guarded against. Condemnation ue o business, said Councilman Lyman, who said that might cause a change. Speaking again, Mr. Sterner, who is vice president o the Chamber o Commerce and the recently ormed Kiwanis club, queried. and Edwin Taylor; program and Kiwanis education, Rev. Andrew What have we to oer our visitors that our neighboring towns Richards, Rev. Wm. J. McConnell proceedings might eventuate in a and Cyrus B. Honce; publicity, E. can not oer? t is our river boomerang disadvantageous to the Donald Sterner, John Hillig, W. E. ront. boro, he pointed out. Hyer, Thomas Carr and Elexander Charles Markus, resident on the Tho Mayor George W. VpnNole. Steel. river ront, held similar views, saying: too, believed acquisition o the President Smock delivered an address o appreciation or the aid giv Shark river shore an asset to Belmar, he placed himsel positively Look at that beautiul body o en by the Asbury Park delegation water. The business located on on record that during the ormation and establishment :vit o oi the Belmar ijeimar club. necessitates appropriations exceed-1 th, it, k,....,..... i that shoreront can not cost very the purchase o the riverront much. z am sure that whatever be Minounctmcnt o the appointment 1hii onr bona limit, w m c r t.ln ly Beautiyhig o the shore will mprove all the homes near there and o Rev. Andrew Richards as a mem veto the measure. We absolutely her o the board o directors was, wiu not become liable beyond seven make them more available. But the made. He will ill the position or per cent o our assessed valuation, longer we wait the more the ront one year. j the legal allowance. will cost us. our summer residents and property owners could An ordinance, already local law, "BLLY' BENNETT NTE AT THE authorized the expenditure be here o $50,- they would certainly express riverront. themselves as or it. MOOSE HALL or Purchase o the - Ten thousand dollars o that Mr. amount Markus speech recahed a petition the George recently iled by members o Billy Bennett Nite will be cele- w.as use<1 in tak in 8 over brated by the members o the local Titus property, leaving the $40,000 Belmar stil! Yacht club, many o lodge o Loyal Order o Moose at available under the ordinance, whom are taxpayers, avoring purchase o o its the river. The yacht club the home on Tuesday evening, Belmar is within $35,000 March 23. Nominations o oicers l^ally permitted bonded property indebted- would ^ be turned over to or the ensueing year will take ness- That amount, by ordinance,, jjje boro without cost, provision beplace at next Tuesday evening s could be made available or the riv- i ing made or a docking space or meeting. purcbas - the club in the new development. While most o the purchase pro- j..j wou]d,jke tq see thc borq take You Wish To See a New Ford Car P nens were conident the shore! over the river ront, said George Get n Touch With Mr. Roseneld c u'd be bought or the $40,000 un- Heyniger, contractor and taxpayer. Harry Roseneld, who recently re condemnation proceedings, sev- «j am sure tj,j s was Florida, turned home rom Morose, Fla., eral o,he citizens eared it would is again back on his old job selling cos a reat deal more than the Ford cars. Last year, Mr. Rosen- n,oney available. eld sold more than twenty-ive new cars, and eels conident that he will pass that mark this year. Lack o deinite inormation as to the reasonable market value o the property made the problem more complicated. While some o the in a very ew months they -would have it covered with shrubbery, bushes and in other ways beautiied. The sooner it is acquired and ils development started, the better it will be or Rehnar. Mrs. Ella Hance had quite a del- Louis Hoover o 501 Sixth avenue councilmen suggested that a t ^ o o j nite idea in'her ".nind as soon as returned home last week, ollow- real ^,men,shou1^ discussion was started and he said ing a tour o Caliornia, Washing- ' approximate value o the «Go at the problem in a broadton, Wyoming and Colorado. property, it was pointed out that. minded manner and pay the real committees had been working on vplue o,he lnnd We (1(),not want the project our years and were in! the riverront built up with small as good a position to judge the val- shacks>,ike the cw lhat are already lies; also, delays, it was declared, j there. Belmar is a very pretty THOMAS R. HARDY FUNERAL DRECTOR Licensed Embalmer PRVATE AUTO AMBULANCE 604 F St. Belmar, N..1. Telephone 928 Belmar Open Day and Night mmht jeopardize the purchase. ;place an(, we want to, eep -t that b. Donald Sterner, a member o Way the riverront committee, stated T}len came opinion by council. that Rredley Beach in its beach con! men. Mr. Smock; chail.man o thc demnation proceedings o several riverront committee declared: years ago saved a quarter million «The majority o the arguments dollars and claimed condemnation avor the purchase. We have been the only method let open to council. (Continued on Page Eight) The two biggest pronerties on the RVOL SUGAR BOWL Lot's Week End Specials 3 Boxes o Candy, 99c 902 F Street R E A L E S T A T E MORRSON S EDWARDS 709 F Street PHONE 1206 S G N S Our Business s To Advertise Yours H a y e s S i g n C o m p a n y 705 F Street E A R N W H L E Y O U L E A R N WE WANT FFTY GRLS to learn Winding and doubling on Artiicial Silk. Yen don t nt ed zny experience. We teach you the trade and pay you well while learning. Pleasant work in! t as nt surroundings. A steady job all year around. 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2 THE COAST ADVERTSER, BELMAR. N. J. GOOD HEALTH NECESSARY Many Busy Women Owe Their Health to Lydia EL Pinkham s V egetable. Compound Fity years ago there were ew occupations or women. Some taught s c h o o l, some did housework, s o m e ound work to do at home and a ew took up nursing. Today there are very ew occupations not open to women. Today they work in actories w ith hund r e d s o other women and girls. T h e r e are also women architects, lawyers, dentists, executives, and legislators. But all too oten a woman wins her economic independence a t the cost o her health. Mrs. Elizabeth Chamberlain who works in the Unlonall actory making overalls writes that she got wonderul results rom taking Lydia. E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Mrs. Chamberlain lives a t 500 Monmouth St., Trenton, N. J. She recommends the Vegetable Compound to her riends in the actory and will gladly answer any letters she gets rom women asking about it. Lydia E. Pinkham s Vegetable Compound has helped other women, why shouldn't it help you? S o ld Everywhere 25c, HALL & RUCKEL, N.Y.. MFRS. The Best Recommendation - F O R - Bare-to-Hair s the number who are trying to imitate it. Bare-to-Hair was not growing hair on bald heads there would be no imitators. there is baldness or signs o it you can t aord to neglect to use Forst s Original Bare-to-Hair. Correspondence given personal attention. W. H. F O R S T Manuacturer SCOTTDALE, PENN. W ill reduce nlamed, Strained, Swollen Ten dons, L igam ents, or Muscles. Stops the lameness and p ain rom a Splint, Side Bone or Bone Spavin. No blister, no hair gone and horse can be used. $2.50 bottle at druggists or delivered. Describe your case or special nstructions and interesting horss Book 2 A ree. F. YOUNG, nc., 510Lymaa St, SprutaM. Mau. : DR. STAFFORD S nhale Olive Tar and relieve CROUP, sore throat, bronchitis. Checks inluenza. Rub on chest to remove congestion. Relieves neuralgia and rheumatism. HALL RUCKEL. New York ASTHMA D e a n e s s M J l l D ruggists p ( ) j2 iskmer ABOUT'B VEn 0N REiUEST. A. O. L e o n a r d. n c. 7 O ' 5 -A VE.. NEW YORK P S O S coughs Relie! A pleasant eective s 35c and 60c sizes A nd externally, use P SO S Throat and Chest Salve. 35c W. N. U., NEW YORK. NO O U R C O M C S E C T O N Kept Busy MCKE, THE PRNTER S DEVL -eu, NA VJUAT, Bill, WHEU t Gow ^ i ajut aoiw to haws-j 'ROUWO MO eouwtpt-c TOWU WA S O W Tt> emcaqo or- ( J E W N O R K. A SMALL -rovjw FELLER- 1 KUEW QOT LONESOME AFTER AAOl/U TO NEW 'HOR.tC., AU' PWAUN ME GOT A "WELCOME MAT AW' PUT rr U PBOAJT OF HS DOOR- "MEBBE SOMEOWE WLL WOTtee T H A J." THE FEATHERHEADS WHAT YOU GOT N TWE 0AG, FELK?< NO, BUT 'VE GOT AN Ap po in t m e n t up o n The ^ 4 ^ FLOOR OF THAT Bu il d in g ^jsar ' V LVED U BOTH OF -twewv J pla ces, a u o L THE WAS WElRj \ DRAWBACKS; City vs. Country SOME VJAV3 A COUWTRV TDVJM HAS 'EM BEAT TO A HOLLER VUHSPER = TROUBLE 19, POCKS HAS] A HABT OF OOMPARtU' VLLAGE ^SADVAUTAOES, VJW e m AOVAWTAQeS TW e ller. LVM1 ACROSS TK HALL FROAA M e U BOS-W DED. Th e y 'r e FO? S O M 5 0 O W o io rr w a s M ts s tu Q VM TWE AAORHU^! ^ wonderul SEASCKNESS AND ALWA'S GET SEASCK C0 MN6 DOWN in those ast e lev a t o rs Saety First GONG ON AN OCEAN VOYAGE P j - n - m SAue iee BUD CUB<Ui vam/eim H A M S A N D W C H S C LU E TO RO B B E R S Four Bandits Get $260,000 in Post-Oice Blast. Pawtucket, R.. A ham sandwich lth lettuce and mustard dressing and an envelope addressed to a Boston woman may be the means o running down the our highly skilled yeggmen who spent three and onehal hours leisurely robbing the Pawtucket post oice o about $260,000 in cash, stamps and negotiable securities. The sandwich, peculiarly lavored, was given by one bandit to Post Oice Watchman Peter D. Raerty as he and George D. Sullivan, a substitute clerk, two weeks employed, sat bound and trussed n chairs while the yeggmen executed their careully planned work behind a screen that hid them rom the street. The empty envelope with the name and address o a Boston woman was ound near the door o the post oice on Main street ater the bandits let. Police and agents o various ederal bureaus were seeking the woman. At the same time a check-up by their numbers was being made o the oxygen tanks used in boiling out the big sae. But or the dilatory response at Washington to the request o Postmaster George W. Burgess here or a new saety vault, the robbery, one o the most daring n post-otice history, might have been averted. Six weeks ago Postmaster Burgess renewed his request or a new and adequate vault, but there was no response. Post Oice nspectors J. J. Breslin, C. H. Pendleton and C. S. Anderson were busy here investigating and gathering up loose ends in the robbery. They established that $55,000 in negotiable bonds n one o the three saes or delivery to a local brokerage house had been taken, together with several consignments o currency or local banks, registered mails and stamps, the total being about $250,000. Say,s G irl Forced H im to M arry; Plea Denied Boston. Arthur. Kie o Dorchester sought apparently in vain to obtain annulment o his marriage to Florence M. McLean o Roxbury. He claimed that he was only seventeen years o age when he married the girl, who yras then twenty-three years o age. He told the court that he was scared into marrying her ater she had returned rom a visit to a physician s oice. They had kept company or two years prior to their mrariage while he was living at her mother s house in Oak sland. Revere. Ater hearing the case, Judge Arthur W. Dolan said that he did not believe that any deceit or coercion had been practiced on the young husband, that he thought the young man was not telling the truth, and would declare or the wie on the acts as they stood. Kie s attorney, however, was given time to look up decisions and to present to the judge any authorities he wished to. Birds Feign Death to Trick Enemies London. One o the most extraordinary instincts ound in the wild s that which leads birds to eign death, writes a head keeper. Should one, or instance, capture a wryneck alive, this timid little bird will twist ts neck and head in the most curious contortions and then to all appearances die in the hand that holds it. Deceived by its apparent death, one relaxes his vigilance, and to his surprise the seemingly lieless orm regains animation and with startling suddenness lies away. This is a avorite trick o the wryneck during the nesting season, when, owing to ts pluck in reusing to leave ts nest, it may easily be lited o by the hand. Taxi Petting Parties Are Banished in Rome Rome. Taxicab petting parties have been banished in the Eternal city by the latest edict in a nationwide campaign against the growing inluence o the jazz age. All taxicabs equipped with shades which may be drawn across the windows have had these shades astened shut by means o tiny locks. Each o the locks bears the lead seal o the Rome preect so that a chaueur who permits a client to break it to shut himsel o rom public view can easily be caught. A ine s the penalty. For several weeks the authorities o all the cities o the kingdom have been raiding and closing dance halls o every description. The campaign s vigorously sponsored by the holy see. Beware o Sadie N.vack, N.'Y. Thugs better beware Sadie Stein hereater. She s the best basket ball player o her sex at New York university. Held up by a gunman, she pummeled him so that he shrieked in pain, then led as neighbors hurried to her aid. B o r n W it h T e e th Trenton, N. J. Although she is only seventeen days old. Miss da Virginia Hutchinson o Trenton. N..T., can hoast o two perectly good teeth. They were already a parr o her eqnipmem when she tirst entered the world. Sure Relie ' C ' i q B e l l - a n s H o t w a t e r S u r e R e l i e ELL-ANS FOR NDGESTON 254: and 75$ Pkgs.Sold Everywhere F O R O V E R Y E A R S haarlem oil has been a worldwide remedy or kidney, liver and bladder disorders, rheumatism, lumbago and uric acid conditions. correct internal troubles, stimulate vital organs. Three sizes. All druggists. nsist on the original genuine G o l d M e d a l. v _. 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Relieves sore throat, bronchitis, tonsillitis, croup, sti neck, asthma, neuralgia, headache, congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago, pains and aches o back or joints, sprains, sore muscles, chilblains, rosted eet and colds o the chest (it may prevent pneumonia). To Mothers: Muiterole i alto m ade ia m ild e r o rm o r b a b ie s a n d em ail c h ild r e n. A ik tor Children Musterole. Jar & Tube Better than a mustard plaster FOR BURNS AND SCALDS Bums and scalds are inevitable in the kitchen. Keep V a s e lin e Je lly handy. Soothes and heals. Pure. Sae. Famous or two generations. 4 Chesebrough Mg. Company State St. New York V aseline REO. U. a. FAT. 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3 THE COAST ADVERTSER. BELMAR. N. J. all your walls For sleeping rooms ormal parlors and reception halls dining room and living room or the library and or public buildings. Properly applied it won t rub o. Ask your dealer or Alabastine Colorchart, or write Miss Ruby Brandon, Alabastine Co., Grand Rapids, Mich. Alabastine a powder in white and tints. Packed in 5-pound packages. < ready or use by mixing with cold ot warm water. Full directions on every package. Apply with an ordinary wall brush. Suitable or all interior suraces plaster, wall board, brick, cement, or canvas. r n r c b a r t e l s \ L L S O N G F O O D To ntroduce Bartel' Quality Bird Food W ith every purchase o a S nuine H a r t z M o u n ta in n o in q C a n a r y at All careully selected hardy Singers or G e n u in e St. A n d r e a sberq R o l l e r at $7.50, all rute-noted songsters. Complot Canary Kracdlng Outit $12.00 ncludes pair o selected Hartz Mountain Canaries, double breeding Case, Nest and Nestings and ull instructions how to raise Canaries. Mail orders e»r«ully illed. nstructive booklet, Home Pete end How to Oar or Them, send 10 eta or copy. BARTEL'S, Dept. T1' 48 Certlandt St. New York A New Labor Saving mplement TViih P Write Le Roy Plow Co., Le Roy, N.Y. N O SN O W UJERJE Excellent nvestment or your children s uture. Five acres % miles rom ocean, between Daytona, St. Aug uatine. Owner Box 9081, M iam i, Pla. FOR SALE TRACTOR New Emerson B ra n tin g h a m Tractor worth $1, s boxed or export. Due to cancellation o export order w ill sacriice or $475.00, P. O. B. New York. U N T E D H A R D W A R E & T O O L C O R P. 74 Reade St. New York City Sell Florida Lots $50.00 each, 50x100 e e t; te r m s $10 cash, $5 m o n th ly. A g e n ts k e e p c a s h p a y m e n t. L o ts w i t h in 1,300 e e t c o u n ty c o u r t h o u s e. B e a u t i u l. 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'P 'V E R E T T and Ernest Mowby were twins, and most people could not tell them apart; but da Claridge said there was very little resemblance between them: it was surprising people could not see how superior Everett was to Ernest. da was eighteen. The Mowby twins had just come to twenty-one an age at which any normally constituted boy knows more than he ever will again. And both Everett and Ernest knew that they were in love with da. As requently happens in the case o twins their mental processes were connected by some mysterious link which resulted in a similarity as striking as their physical resemblance. By the Sacred Fire o Onondaga, said Everett one d a y : am going down to New York and make a ortune and come back and marry da Claridge. There is no chance or a ellow in this burgh. And ll go with you. said Ernest. So Everett had a very tender parting with da and Ernest had a very ormal one dr had she not chosen Everett instead o himsel and could one twin he disloyal to another? Everett and Ernest went to the big city and they succeeded in their schemes or its spoliation. Also they grew to look more and more alike. da and Everett had promised to write each other oten. But at the end o the second year the exchange o missives had become itul and intermittent the pulse o love was skipping beats in an alarming manner. The act was that Everett had looked upon Agnes Carr and had seen that she was air. Also he had looked up her ather s rating in P.radstreet s and had ound it more than air. And here chjne the irst divergence in the mental processes o the twins. Or, maybe, the divergence had nothing to do with mental processes. As ar as da Claridge' was concerned their egos were twins no longer. Finally Ernest probed Everett as to the true situation. Everett rankly acknowledged that his love or the air da had evaporated, or lown away, or something anyway he could not ind it lying around anywhere. And do you still correspond? asked Ernest. Oh. once in a while, replied Everett. But guess da is as tired o the business as am and is only prevented rom telling me so by a ear o hurting my eelings. d tell her mysel that we had better drop it only a man can t do that very well, you know. A proposition o that kind has got to come rom the lady. Let's see we have been here our years now, said Ernest. think will take a trip up home next week. There s none o our olks living there how, to be sure but would rather like to see the old place again. And pursuant to this declaration up state went Ernest. The irst thing he did upon his arrival in the old home town was to seek out da Claridge. He ound her sitting in a hammock, swung in the apple orchard, at one side o the house and the apple trees were ail in bloom. With the oe o one dainty little shoe just touching the ground she swung hersel to and ro meditatively. The sunbeams came dancing down through the trees and tangled themselves in her hair; her pink and white complexion vied with the blossoms swaying above h e r; her dreamy blue eyes n short our years had transormed a rather gawdy girl nto a beautiul young woman. But to Ernest she had not changed a bit she had always been beautiul to him. Oh, Everett, she cried, how you startled me. should have known you anywhere. was just thinking o you two boys. Sit right vdown here and tell me all about Ernest and about yoursel, o course. am Ernest, said 'he. For some reason da seemed rather relieved and laughed pleasantly. Well, said she, tell me about yoursel then and about Everett, o course. You know Everett and used to ancy we were in love with each Fam ous M ountains The name Pillars o Hercules was given by the ancient Greeks and Romans to Calpe and Abyla, two mountains, standing, the one in Europe and the other in Arica, on opposite sides o the strait connecting the Mediterranean sea and the Atlantic ocean. They are known respectively at the present day as the Rock o Gibraltar and Jebei Zptout. According to tradition, these mountains were raised by Hercules, while on his journey in search o the oxen o Geryones. They were long regarded by the ancients as marking the extreme western lim it o the habitable world. Kansas City Times. H AT CH ET S USED N D ESPERA T E F G H T N D A R K Flixtiron and Board F ull o Nails Also Used as W eapons in Battle. St. Louis. A battle in the dark, between two brothers, who lived in a honse-boat at the oot o Lesperance treet, and their next-door house-boat neighbor, John Miller, ity-two years old a ight in which the combatants wielded a hatchet, a latiron and pieces o wood without distinguishing riend rom oe resulted in Miller s being beaten to death, one o the brothers suering a ractured skull and the other cut and bruised. The combatant, who escaped with the slightest injuries, George Stein, thirty-one years old, a laborer, in a detailed statement to the Soulard treet police, told how the three ought n Miller s darkened shanty, the candle-light having been extinguished, until the lighters collapsed outside the door. Lights Went Out. n his statement George Stein related that a ire had destroyed the house-boat owned by himsel and his brother, Joseph, twenty-ive years old. The origin o the ire could not be determined but they believed Miller knew something about it, and went to Miller s houaa-boat to make ta entries. Joe went inside, while waited outside, George Stein related in the statement. Then there was sculing and something was thrown out tha door. The lights went out. went inside and grabbed somebody. He didn t have a coat on, and knew it was Miller. We ought around until We Fought Around. somehow we all tumbled out o the door. grabbed a plank and hit somebody. was dazed, but saw my brother bleeding. Carried Brother O. Stein continued that he assisted his brother to the home o a neighbor and then went out or a doctor. A little later, remembering, he said, that Miller was let unconscious on the ground, he decided to return to see about him. When he arrived at the house-boat he ound it illed with police. He was arrested, and took the police to the neighbor s home, rom which his brother was sent to the City hospital. n the house-boat the police picked up a blood-stained hatchet, latiron and a board, about our eet long, a hal dozen nails protruding rom its bloodstained end. At City hospital Joseph Stein said the ight started when he asked Miller what he knew about the ire, and Miller replied; Who the h 1 wants to know? Unemployed Ex-Convict Asks Return to Prison New York. Fearing that his ailure to get work might drive him to commit another crime, Frank Motley, thirty-seven and homeless, asked police to return him to Auburn prison, rom which he was recently paroled ater serving our years o a ten-year sentence or burglary. Magistrate Glatzmeyer, in night court, sentenced him to ten days in other when we were children. My, but am glad to see you. Ernest stayed in the old town three weeks; at the end o which time da told him ; t was only ater you and Everett had been away a while, and began to realize that it was you that was thinking about otenest, that woke up to the act it was the Ernest twin and not the Everett one that was really in love with. the workhouse ater he pleaded guilty When they wrote to Everett announcing to a charge o vagrancy. Prison oicials their engagement he sent them a magniicent wedding present will be notiied o his desire to return to Auburn. and his blessing and proposed to Agnes Carr the same night. Burn U. S. Dollars Moscow. Some good American dollar bills have gone up in smoke because gamins thought they had been issued by the anti-bolsheviki and were no good. Boy vagrants stole a purse rom Miss Sarah Rabinovich o New York containing $1,030. The police reached a bonire in time to save $101. G rie C a u s e s Suicide Sterling, 111. 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The irst o nearly 100 steam rollers that are being made in England or Greece s extensive highway improvement scheme were recently delivered in Greece. An extraordinary crime laboratory is to be established by the police department in New York city, where criminals will be brought to justice through the revelations o science. The center o population o the United States n 1900 was six miles southeast o Columbus, nd., in 1910 t was in Bloomington, and in 1920 it was 8.3 miles southeast o Spencer. owa is known as the Hawkeya state. Pernambuco has a road-building campaign to connect many cities. One oyster will produce as many as 1,000,000 new ones in a year. Waste paper has been converted into new paper or three centuries. Labrador s still practically unexplored by naturalists and ethnologists. An old-time custom in the remote rural districts o Norway is or the bride to don the native dress o her district and ride to the church ceremony on a pony. Airship experts assert that within ten years we may have 400-ton airships which will each carry nearly 4,000 men, with equipment equal to ten carloads o reight. A book still in existence is Baxter s Call to the Unconverted. t was written in ndian tongue and!»ter translated by John Eliot, Anciian Apostle, in 1664.

4 THECOASTS? ie j S v 5 H LOUS BARB Owner and Publisher Publication Oice r.nd Plant 704 Ninth Avenue, Telephone 5SSU-M Belmar News tems o Local and Persona) nterest nv ted n ordering the change o subscription address, please give the old wo 11 as the new adoiress. F m a A dvertising R t ^ r a» l a t h «a m m r i c a n p r e s s A S S O C A T O N New T o«i CVicr - Detroit, X«n Fraactee Did you ever stop to realize that the State o New Jersey in which we live, is an island? asked Samuel D. Vvalkcr, President o the well known real estate irm o Morrisey and Walker. We tnougnt we knew our geography airly well, but we couldn i recall, oiiiiund, that our State was an island. i\ev\ Jersey is separated rom New Yorit by the Hudson river, and is separated rom Pennsylvania by the Delaware river, continued Mr. Walker, and on the other side t Us is the Atlantic ocean. That makes New Jersey an island, doesn t it? We had to admit that he was Tight. This island o New Jersey is com ing ino its own this summer, continued Mr. Walker. The new bridge over the Delaware will make this state more accessible to the millions o people in the congested area around Philadelphia, and the new bridges and tunnels which are to connect the state with New York will liberate more millions o people who have eben marooned on Manhattan sland. These people will come to New Jersey by the thousands, irst, because New Jersey is a good place to live in, and, second, because land here is much cheaper in price than in New York, or in the Philadelphia area. Ever since Adam prospected in the Garden o Edan, there has been a natural desire among men to own land. This desire has largely been responsible or the progress o the human race. t was the desire o Romulus to own land that led to the oundation o the great Roman Empire. t was he desire o Queen sabella to own landr that sent Columbus to discover America. t is the desire o the average man to own land and the home in which be lives, that has built up this great, prosperous country o ours. The New Yorkers and the Philadelphians are coming to New Jersey this sunnier to gratiy their desire to own land. predict that New Jersey will experience a land buying boom this year that will ar eclipse anything that has been seen in this part o the country'. Watch New Jersey this year and see i am not right. S ieklff S SALE By virtue o a writ o. ia. to me directed, is-1 s. ed out oi the Court o Chancery o the Stale o New Jersey, wiil be exposed to sale at public vendue oil l 1uesday, the 30Ui Lay o March,. 1926, between tiie hours o 12 j o clock and o o clock, (at 2 o'elo k>, in the aternoon o said day, at the Land and Mortgage Agency Oice, j 7ill Mattison Avenue, in the City o. c o a s t a d v e r t is e r, r e l m a r,. n e w j e r s e y FRDAY, MARCH. 5, 1926 F O R RENT THE TENTH AVENUE PAVLON and THE SXTEENTH AVENUE PAVLON BELMAR. N. J. Entered as second-class matter at lo m ily? th, 1926, at 8:00 P. M when and where said bids.will be publicly j All (liat certain lot, tract or parcel opened or the leasing, either separately or together, o the Tenth Avenue the postoice at Belmar New ii land and premises here nalter pavilion and the Sixteenth Avenue Pavilion in the Borongn o Belmar. Jersey, under the act o Congress ]particularly described, situale, ly-1 ; ing and being in the Borough o ' Said lease includes umbrella and sand chair concession on pavilion Subscription Kates A von-by-the-sea, in the County o One year $1,% i Monmouth, and state o N"W Jersey, known as l^t number six huti- Six months (ir'r-,1.,nd two'((502) on a map entitled Map o Lots at Avon-by-lbe- Three months... 4(1 Single copy... #1 Sea. ormerly Key East, Monmouth REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Sami, and Augusta Grebow to Sid ney Altman, 15th, near Ocean. Thos. and Elizabeth Risden to James Okerson, lots 129 and 130, Wilson tract. Hugh A. Smith to Chas. R. Benwell, lots 248 to 251, Belmar Pines, Jessie and Clara Lawrence to Ed. and Mary Moulton, lots , Belmar Pines. Margt Cleary to John A. Maloney, lot Martha M. Shaw to Lester L. Hayes, lots 617, block 8, Belmar 'ines. Ada and John Gagg to Martha L. Prior, River, near K. Cohen and Rean to James P. Welch, Jr., lots 1926 and Thos. and Mary Gorling to Eunice E. Griinsr, lot 631. At night ater the evening meal is the ''W right hour. Then read aloud to the amily H a r o ld B e li^ % % : g h t s U is County, N. J., surveyed by E. G. Harrison & Son, 1883, and described. as ollows: Beginning at a point on the southr, i ineoln A enue, distant three hundred and ity eet easterly rom a stone set or a monument in the southeasterly corner o said Lincoln Avoir and rt'to Avenue: thence extending easterly, along the southerly side o said 1 ineoln Avenre ity eet to a point; thence extending easterly^ laloni^ the southerly side o said Lincoln Avenue ity'eet to a point; thence extending southwardly rom this point and the point irst mentioned, at right angles with the said Loncoln Avenue 1/tween parallel lines, "(' hundred and orty eet to he northerly line o air alloywav Bounded on the north by the said Lincoln Avenue, on the east by lot No. (503, on the south by said alh'vwav, and on the west bv lot No. 60L Reins 'he s«n»e rremisos eonvev- -i,-nri hn <;iid August Soayd by Annie Clayton, widow, by de^d dated August 9, and recorded '«<»»>ino 1. Comity C'erk s Oice, in Book 1267 o Deeds, on pages 274. etc. Seized as the property o An?"s-.,is taken in execution at the suit o Louis Friedland and to be sold by JOHN H. VAN MATER.. Hated February 26, 1<m Sheri. Solomon Lantman. Solicitor. C HERTFF S SALE.- By vr.-e o a writ o i. a. to me directed, issued out o the Court o Chancery o me ;state ui Aew Jersey, will be exposed lo sale at public venuue, on j uesilay, ilie 2J.ru uay o ;uarcii, ly2t>, between tlie hours o 12' o'clock and» o clock (at 2 o'clock),; n tne aternoon o said day, at tne [ l.and and Mortgage Agency Oilace, 701 Maitison Avenue, in tile Lay o j Asbury ParK, County o Mouinouin, Aew Jersey, to satisy a decree 01 said Court amounuiig to approximately $ Ail that certain lot, tract or parcel o land and prci/uses situate, ijing and being in tne lownsmp o van, in the county o Monmouth and State o New Jersey, near lieliiiar. Being lot liuiuuer tweniy-our js shown on me map by wnicii it was sold, luaae by 1'. i. Kennedy and Son, Surveyors, and dated Mav, Beginning at a stake at the north beach. Plans o said pavilions can be inspected and copies o tlie proposed orm o lease setting orth in detail the terms and conditions under said pavilions will be leased can be obtained at the oice o trie Clerk o the Horough o Belmar, Borough Hall, Ninth Avenue and E Street, Belmar, New Jersey. Beore a bid will be executed! with the successul bidder, the said bidder must satisy the Borough Council o his experience and ability to conduct a irst class pavilion and also: o his inancial responsibility. All bids must be accompanied by a certiied check in the sum o ive per cent o the amount o the bid. A Bond' to secure the aithul perormance o the conditions o the lease will be required upon the execution o the contract. The Council reserves the right o reject? any or all bids. Belmar, New Jersey, March 5th, 192G. FRED V. THOMPSON, M. D,( Borough Clerk. The Charles William Stores J Service a promise ulilled S our oiteis are shipped the same day \ they are received 8 -HOUR-SERVCEartd practically a ll o the oalance cm the ollowing day 2HOUR-SERyiCE N e w Y o r k C i t y m c ER V C E at The Charles W illiam Stores means not only shipping your orders on time, every tim e, but more... it means standard quality merchandise priced lower and guaranteed to satisy. That is the promise we make and the promise we ulill Ask our customers there are many in your neighborhood. Then turn to the new catalog todny or Spring and Summer! See the great we; o everything here or everybody. That is SERVCE. you haven't a catalog, write or one today. t w iil be mailed at once, ree and postpaid. THE CHARLES W L L A M STORES, nc. 979 Stores Building New Yorc City you w a n t the ncto W a ii Paper Sample Kook, us/v or Catalog No. 5 <!gc lue avenue, being lie S(;utli-. ast corner oi lot No. -2 un said ^ map, said stake being also distant two hunured and lilty eet oa a i ourse north, eigmy-six degrees and H '!1"'V - V v v v ^ - i v - v!'!-1y-r1-v %% v-h-j^vv^ j lorty-eigut uuriutes east, rom the southeast corner o a lot conveyed iiy i/(jiiauja<i i. Aorris and wile to iacob W. liaviland; thence running agreeable as the compass pointed ai tne date o said map (1) north, eighty-six degrees and orty-eight minutes east, along the edge o said avenue ity eet: thence (2) north, three degrees and twelve minutes west, one nunored and ity eet; thence (3) south, eighty-six degrees ibrly-eigat minutes west, ity eet; thence (4) south, three degrees and A! one hundred i 4 tion at the suit o Proctor, Jones Electric (iompany, body corporate, and to be sold by.t. JOHN H. VAN MATER, Sheri, jj. Dated February 20, Patterson, Rhome and Morgan,!4 Solicitors. ti t5 LEGAL NOTCE AN ORDER OF THE COURT O CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY Between Butler Bros., nc., a cor 4-5 poration o the State o llinois am J. Meyer Kamenstein, Complainants,1X and Zevin s 5c to $1.00, nc., a New T Jerey corporation, Deendant. T n pursuance o an order o tie Court o Chancery o New Jerseyi made February 18th, 1926, in th' above entitled cause, notice is here by given to the creditors o Zevin 5c to 1.00, nc., a New Jersey cor poration, to present to sador Stern + attorney or Receiver o the said Deendant, at his oice, 20 Bran ord Place, Newrark, Essex County State o New Jersey, their severa.' claims and demands against the saic corporation duly veriied under oatn or airmation, within one month rom the date hereo, ot they will be excluded rom the ben eit o such dividends as may there, i $ ater be made and declared bv th ii: { court rom the assets o the said, corporation. DAVD GOLDSTEN. Receiver sador Stern, (Attorney or Receiver,, 20 Brnno -d Place,! Newark. N. J. Dated; February 18th, FnrnishpH Sum m er Home W anted Furnished S'^-room House, bath saraere. rom May or June lt to September 1st. nen O^ean. F. A Smith, 226 High Street, Newark S rt^er Vwinr M etiin es R a b in s in s^isbtly used new ma- Denionstration o electric machinns 't vorr hottie. Renr,iring. (tone. Phone n -..,.,,1.,..,... r,r,,t Branch. Agent. t $ v : V.J. 4 4 Home Cooking tjstma unt FREE Reasonable Rates Tea - Lunch - Dinner 1005> River Road Telephone 1136-R LA VANCE & HOWLAND CONTRACTORS and BULDERS PLANS FURNSHED ESTMATES GVEN 1015 Fourteenth Avenue 98c...98c House Furnishings Sale Aluminum. Agate and Pyres Ware Values up to $1.25 P A U L C. T A Y L O R F St. & 9th Ave. Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the Coun- j Asbury; Park, County o Monmouth, j.;j c he Borough o Belmar at a regular meeting to be held in the! New Jersey, to' satis y a dei >t o-, ^ ou,ncjj Chamber, Ninth Avenue and E Street, on Monday evening, March b v ' v 1 v 4 4 v v v v v v 1 4 v v 4 i! v 4 4 -u X! V VW i-: Mump: OiTic "OS- Estimates Given on.painting Res, 2076 Ericson Auta Repairs FRANK ERCSON, Prop. EXPEPJENGED ON ALL MAKES OF CARS 701 Ave., near F St.! 1! ^ 4 i ^ V Plumbing & Heating F. J. NEWBERY Phone 101M th Ave 1!14 ^ twelve minutes east, and ity eet to the place o beginning. Seized as the property 0 Albert C. Studenian et als. Taken in execub 1 -S - i 4 J 4 J 1 5 t 4 +.j. # iv t,44,4,44! 4ir,Ys B e lm a r L u m b e r Co. MLLWORK Glazing o A ll Kinds Telephone th & R. R. Aves. For Your Meat Phone Make it a Daily Habit to phone 560 or your Meat We know you will be satisied w ith the QUALTY o the Meats we deliver, and the excellence o our SERVCE will Please Y O U St. James Meat Market A S. KLEN, Prop. ~ 701 Tenth Avenue Opposite Post Oice % Q 2 0 FUEL ECONOMY You can save coal this winter, without sacriicing comort by equipping your home with Storm Doors and Sash. Phone 596-W Belmar MLLWORK Julius A. Abrams 18th Ave. & M St l o c a o r o r t n i E XQE3Q ^4'44K"2-4H4444'44i4rH t Mullen s Bakery 1003 F STREET BELMAR The Largest and Oldest Bakery n Belmar OUR TWO BG SPECALS REAL HOME-MADE RREAD AND COFFEE CAKE '"i4,444,44,44{t4'44,4444,!4's^44,4< t -r4«444.4^4.4444»

5 FRDAY, MARCH, 5, 1926 ('OAST ADVERTSER, BELMAR, NEW JERSEY YOUR HOME TOWN the Prettiest Fla" on Earth 1^ V " y "J , y ' C le a n u p a n d h m t U p i v o l i T h e a t r e Unless the R e g u la to r has a R E D W H E E L it i s N O T a L O R A N. Go W h e r e Y o t a P l e a s e, D o W h a t Y o u C h o o s e TH E vorain Sel-regulating Oven o ihe Clark Jewel Gas Range will cook a Whole Meal or you while you re miles away, enjoying the aternoon. A single adjustment o the RED W H E E L and the Lorain Oven Heat Regulator will maintain automatically any oven temperature you select or Baking, Whole Meal cooking or Lorain Oven Canning. Why waste your time, strength and money ussing with an o!d ashioned stove? LORAN O V E N H E A T K-XHM.ATrT' Buy the best The service oi a good article continues long ate^ the price is orgotten. A number 309 Clark Jewel Gas Range, made beore 18l^S and constantly in use since then was replaced in December 1924 by an A. 636 Clark Jewel cabinet range. With proper cure even longer lives o service may be expected o the modern Clark Jewel Gas Range m. Do your share by keeping your home attractively painted. Painting is goor economy, too. t prevents decay and saves repair bills. Entering the home s it bright and cheerul. not, we can paint or paper your walls as they are most important. And about your urniture, we have discovered a way to make your old urniture new and modern by decorating it- "in the new pastel shades. Just phone or drop a postal. FRANK BRl)EN,Jr. % 702 F ST.. BELMAR, N. J- 4444>4,» "J4,J Excursion tati Trip SUNDAY F Street PROGRAM FOR NEXT WEEK. M ONDAY, M ARCH 8th A Special Attraction THE RANBOW MNSTRELETTE ana GEORGA CAKE WALK Also eature picture witli WLLAM FARBANKS and EVA NOVAK n TANTED MONEY Comedy: O His Beat T UESDAY, M ARCH 9th LGHTNNG, the Wonder Dog in LURE OF THE W LD" Pa the Comedy WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10th RCHARD BARTHELMESS n JUST SUPPORE The great serial, episode No. 9 THE GREEN ARCHER Patha News Aesop s Fables Special Matinee or Students Matinee, 3:15 P. M. THURSDAY, M ARCH 11th ELANE HAMMERSTEN and LOU TELLEGEN AFTER BUSNESS HOURS Comedy Trader Keep Going March 7 FRDAY, MARCH 12th CLARA BOW. w th All Star Ca«t n 1 THE LAWFUL CHEATER Comedy: Cupid Ala Carte Fox News 1 W i l l i a m H o e r s c h 1208 F Street PHONE 749 BELMAR Phone 112NV LEON T. ABBOTT STEAM FTTNG and JOBBNG ESTMATES CHEERFULLY GVEN 415 Thirteenth Ave. T o children a n a n pel o m e rcy/' W here directions ire ollowed. T NEVJRR F A L S. Despite scarcity an< enormous sost o SA N T O N N, it contains u ll dose. Stood sixty yesus est. Sold everywhere or by m att. 50c - n>ttle. C. A.,roorhty3. V ^ adelphlt WE DO JOB PRNTNG TROLLEY PASSES DOOR THE BCYCLE OF SUPERORTY For real riding qualities this bicycle e-cels all others because it i.s manuactured with regard to smooth, lexible, running equipment, and strong, sturdy rame work plus beauty o design. Every component part o these bicycles on sale here is made o tie best materials obtainable. JOS. C. STEWARD 1106 F St. Belmar Belmar, N. J F O R O V E R 40 Y E A R S L A.. S C A T A R R H M K D C N E h a s beer jsed ised successully in the treatment oi Jatarrh. H A./S C A T A RRH M E n ic N S consists o an Ointment which Quickly Relieves by local application, and the nternal Medicine, a Tonic, which acts hrough the Blood on the Mucou8 Suraces, thus reducing the inlammation. Sold by all druggists. F, J, Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio. SPECAL THROUGH TRAN Leaves Belmar -8:01 A. AL Stopping at principal station between Long Branch and Dayton RETURNNG Lv. Phila. (Broad St. SUlion> P 6:26 P. M. Making same stops as on going trip Tickets on sale two days preceding date o Excursion M See ndependence Hall, Mem- 0 s orial Hall. Academy o Fine 1 -,.i Arts, Commercial1 and Uni- 1 M versity Museums, Fairmounl r ;! Park, Zoological Garden, and the many other objects o interest ot The Quaker Cily. Pennsylvania Railroad The Standard Railroad ot i. the World L i... MONMOUTH COUNTY SURRO GATES OFFCE Notice to creditors to presem Claims against Estate. n the matter o the estate ot the Peter Egenol, deceased.- Pursuant to the order o Joseph L. Donahay, Surrogate o the County o' Monmouth, made on the Eighth day o January, 1926, on the application o Lena Egenol, Executrix o the estate o Peter Egenol, deceased, notice is hereby given to the creditors o said deceased to exhibit to the subscriber Executrix as aoresaid, their debts and demands against the said estate, under oath, within six months rom the date o the atoresaid />rder, Or they will be orever Darred o their actions thereor against the said subscriber. Dated, Freehold, N. J., January 8th, LENA EGENOLF, 400 Sixth Avenue, SATURDAY, MARCH 13th LON CHANEY n THE BLACK BRD His greatest photoplay. The wonderul serial 1 ' Comedy: Big Citv SECRET SERVCE SANDERS iuciiiiiiiimiiuiinimtimniiiimiiiiiniiiiiiiiiuiniiiiiiiiiiiihiimmiiiiiaiiiiihiiiiitjiiiiiiiiiiiinmibmiiiaiiimiiimcimraiiiiihti!!4,-mt4,!4 4 -i4?»l««5.--44»4»-?44 }? 4 -? 4 441$ 4 ^^ 14 4" $ 4 1" 1" < T T V 't 't T V T Y > i'v t "" V V 1 1 v Y 'i' 'J1 1i We W ish to Announce the OPENNG OF OUR NEW FXTURE SHOW ROOMS 54 t Just a ew suggestions taken rom our selected stock o LlGHTOLER QUALTY FXTURES J 4 m m K i n m s t m n t m KTCHEN BATH RECEPTON HALL 4! 4 Th e Fir s t Na t io n a l B a n k B E L- REASONABLE PROFT A bank is entitled to a reasonable proit on deposits, LVNG ROOM LVNG ROOM promotes credit. Co-operate with your bank account. A good balance the balance is kept quite small, there is little or LVNG ROOM THESE FXTURES AND A HOST OF OTHER DSTNCTVE STYLES AND DESGNS MAY BE SEEN N OUR NEW SHOWROOMS AT ANY TME RTE ELECTRC COMPANY t 400 Main Street Avon-hy-the-Sea, N. J. 2

6 THE COAST ADVERTSER. BELMAR. N. J. R e l i g i o u s S e c t i o n First Presbyterian Church Com er o Ninth avenue and East street. The Rev. Andrew Richards, A.B., Th. B., pastor. Manse phone Belmar 388-M. Jnnior Christian Endeavor Service at 10:00 a. m. Divine orship at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Bible School at 2: SO p. m. Christian Endeavor Servive at T:00 p. m. Fire Methodist Eplseopal i Phone 210 W. E Heter PLUMBNG HEATNG (Next to Bank) 9th Ave. BELMAR, N. J. Where Do You Bm Your BULDNG MATERAL? When in want do / 1 or get that the Buchanor and Smock Lumber r > ^ Asbury Park uan»upo</ you. W rit or s- Buchanan & Smock ASBURY p a r k, n. j. BCYCLES Repain and S up p to Baby Coach Wheels and Tire Base BaU Good Opp. Public School 1106 F street BELMAR N a s h and Ch e v r o le t Cars and Trucks Machine Shop BELMAR AUTO CO. 804 F Street BELMAR A ll B BUSCH Ladies and Gents- TALORNG Kinds o Merchandise Bought and Sold 1112 F Street BELMAR Phona 14 Central Market Herman F. Lazaraus, Piop City Dressed Bee Lamb, Veal and Pork Fresh dressed poultry a specialty. 906 F Street BELMAR j j i p gi rrr... Save Pennies Waste Dollars Some users o printing save pennies by get' ting inerior work and lose dollars through lack o ad' vertising value in the work they get. Printers as a rule charge very reasonable prices, or none o them get rich although nearly all o them work hard Moral: Give your printing to a good printer and save money. Our Printing s Unexcelled 1 S. Dresden Ladle s and Gena TALOR PH ON E 44J EGHTH AVENUE AND F STREET BELMAR. N. J..John Guinco Dealer in n tn r r s and p r o d u c e Park u 4 TUord W a c a and Tobacco r T 915 F Street BELMAR H. Hausotte Headquarters or au k in d s at AUTO SUPPLLEES Senrice Station or Goodyear Urea Am. Phone 49 r as. We Design and Build Complete To Suit You All Work Guaranteed H. A. SMTH Designer and Builder Phone 323 _M 1701 A Street Belmar, New Jersey GRLS WANTED We oer you clean, steady employment making Pajamas. You need not be experienced. W e will pay you good wages while learning the trade, which will enable you to earn $20 to $25 a week. Valeo Mg. Co. First Ave. near Railroad ASBURY PARK P H O N E T ^ v V A N S & E X P R E S S L O C A L Sc L O N G D S T A N C E M O V N G 516-Btm Ave. BELMAR.N. J. BELM AR S T O R A G E SEPARATE R O O M S 7 t h. A v e. P h o n e J B E L M A R The Merchants who advertise in this paper will ;ive you best values or your money.! FOR OVLK 40 YKARS /S CATARRH M tdche M b m 4 H M y ia tcs tr«ntm«bi Catarrh. _ ( dual ".v Phone 5Q5-J Phone 862 Beliaar Storage Warehouse Separate Rooms 701 Seventh At. BUCK CADLLAC Tel Storage Batteries and Accessories ijerving & Freer::? AUTOMOBLE REPARNG Oxy-Acetylene Welding and Cutting F Street 0. H. Newman HUDSON and ESSET Full Line o Supplies B X D B Battery Service 708 F Street BET.MAR Phone 513 W. A. Robinson CARPENTER and BULDER Jobbing Promptly Attended to. Estimate Cheerully Ch-en. 601 EGHTH AYB. BELMAR, N. J. Phone 518-R This u HARRT" (Oar genui ne M> moods "Foot Fitter No. 3) mariej and designed especially or th you os m u v'bo wants a shoe with! exclusive style and at the tains time does not sacriice one bit o ( W o n and Quality (or Stylish appearance. The Greet ava shown this style at provaa beyond a doubt its Well Merited Popularity Low or H igh Cot Price $6.75 L E W S ' TENTH AVENUE AND F STREET BELMAR, COLUMBA AND MNERVA YARNS D. M. C. COTTON ALSATAN EMBRODER Telephone SUM EM BROD ERY 8TAMPDU) and h a x d - k n i t t b d s w e a t e e s 08 F t. Corns- ot Seventh and D streets, Rsv. Edward Harrison Cloud, pastor. Sunday School, 9:45. Worship, 10: S a. m. and 7:80 p. m. 8traner«wsl irst Baptist Church First Baptist Church, Ninth aue, between C aad D streets- Rev«P. T. Morris, D. D pastor. Mora ing worship begins at,l o'clock, Sunday School at 2:30 P. M., and Evering Service at 8 o clock. Young people s meeting each Friday evening at 8 o clock. ML Olive Baptist Chnreb Mt. Olive Baptist Church, Seventeenth avenue and F streel Rev, J. i. Davis, p&stor. Morning worship begins at 11 o'clock; Sunday school at 12:15. Evening service at o clock. Prtyer meeting Wednesday evening at 8 o clock. Strangers W ill ind a hearty welcome. RULMAJt 17 Eighth Ave. and F Street. 18 Tenth Ave. and F Street. 19 Twelth Ave. and River Rd. 23 Third Ave. and A StreeL 25 Fith and O'-ean Avenues, 27 Fith Ave. and C Street 84 Sixth Ave. and F StreeL 80 Seventh Ave. and D Street 41 Fourteenth and Ocean Avee 49 Tenth Ave. and C Street. 44 Eighth Ave. and A StreeL 45 Eleventh Ave. and A StreeL 63 Fourteenth Ave. and F Streec 11 Thirteenth Ave. and D Street. SPECAL TAPS 1-1-1, Chies call. 2, Tap. Test alarm given every evening at 7-3 o clock^ 1 tap. Broken Circuit; 2 taps, Fire OuL given ater ire ia extinguished. W A LL P A P E R S that look like rich brocades; like gay and costly chintzes; like lovely watered silk, with harmonics o delicate lowers laid upon their lustrout sheen... Wall Papers like gorgeous patterned leather} like regal tapestries.., And none o them coats mors than you can ni ord to payl t would be pleasure to show you w hat "texture means n modcm Wall Paper. Why jj not coma n and see? ^ FRANK BRDEJ Jr. SOM Paperhangtsg a SpMlalty PANTERS and DECORATORS 102 F Street Belmai. N. J, R Superstitious Do You Believe n Signs? you do you are a judicious advertiser and a good business man. Judicious advertising Alwaya Pays and especially when you advertise in a paper that is read by everybody in it territory. This newspaper reaches the eye o everybody who might he a possible buyer ia tbit section. M O T R K R t Fletcher's Castoria is a harmless Substitute tot Castor Oil, Paregoric, Teething Drops and Soothing Syrups prepared to relieve nants ia arms and Children all ages o Constipation Wind Colic Flatulency To Sweeten Stoma ch Diarrhea Regulate Bowels Aldl d til assimilation o Food, promoting Cheerulness, Rest, and Natural Sleep without Opiates -r, To svom hntstans, always look tor the signature o r?t 3 Jhrt.tLui> on_ each package, Physicians everywhere recommend K Plumbing & Heating We Specialize on Repair Work Electric Water Pumps and Repairs Jos. C. Steward P lm» & BELMAR H 0 6 F S t -i r T unenigi PRDHAM & BRCE Contractors and Builders Flans Furnished Estimates Gives th Ave. HHrvv!'Sr 2 "! - 4 -'r 4 " i i-!"-> v v i v!!!v 3-- ^ -- T E R N E R l LUMBER M LLW ORK COAL FEED LME CEMENT W ALLBOARD 12th & R. R. Aves. phone 9 Phone Belmar ttoi-w FRAMES MADE TO ORDER MOSQUTO FRAMES STORM SASH SHUTTERS P lu s Arranged and Estimates Oered PETER MACLEARE & SON CARPENTERS and BULDERS ALTERATONS aad REPARS Residence and Workshop A Street Bsim t, k, j. Bet 18th and 10th Avea. H H im itw H H-H-t-M-H KiH" teos.... nniiniws a HABERSTCK & SON S a a a o a a o r a t o W M. A L L S P A C H Ta (tinil S a n ita r y P lu m b e r t o t e m P Street, bet. 10th and llth Avea. B E J H A R, N. J. H M BM snsnm m im H iiiiiiiuih iiiim im H iiiiin iiiiuii 1 BE SATSFED A t you always satisied that you are getting the value you should or you money in FURNTURE and HOUSEFURNSHNGS? Look aver our large stock and let u> quote pricea beore you buy elsewhere. M. M A N N E R 701 N N T H A V E N U E B E L M A R, N. J.

7 THE COAST ADVERTSER, BELMAR, N. J. ('«X30»X10CO^ev1Q D 0 T O n K O >»»» - C C»»»» : O > O a it - l LOTS FOR SALE Money to Loan on Mortgages E. B. B i g e l o w T elephone B elm ar 709-R Tenth Ave., pp- r r - D ep o t Belmar, N. J urir<iw»rrr ^... Q 332 Capital and S u rplu s... $600, Resources over... $4,000, ASBURY PARK, N. J. Every Banking Facility Executor, Trustee, Administrator Guardis Sae Deposit Boxes Banking by Mail nterest Paid on Savings Accounts May We Serve You? oissn ( t FRANK P. ERBE. Spring Lake Florist TREES SHRUBS -. HEDGE PLANTS, Etc, BEDDNG PLANTS.. CUT FLOWERS, Etc. Funeral Designs - Wedding Decorations 807 Ludlow Ave, near Third Spring Lake, N. J. Telephone 59 T Phone Belmar 70W BRCE BROS. Electrical Contractors W RNG!-t FXTURES M MOTORS #11 12th AVENUE BELMAR, N. J. <11111' l \ \ \ 1H"r» Expert ALEMTE Lubricating: Service ;; a «South Belmar Service Station RBLE BROS. Props. Tires- A ccessories- Eubes Telehone Connections Free Crank Case Service 1609 P Stree S o uth B elm ar, N. J. j [ -h.-h - H E B etter T h an S 51SM5J5BB5JE5J5/5J515J519Jc H om e M a d e B read Blank Bread, scientiically compounded rom the purest materials, baked in a sanitary Bakery in an oven just the right temperature is more wholesome and nourishing than home made bread. Now is a good time to try it TRY OUR CAKE Light as a eather, yet ull o substantial goodness. Set one o specials beore you tonight and cut the piece big. BELMAR BAKERY A. MENZLER, Proprietor 809 F Street B elm ar, N. J. i raa iiaajaja aia aiteiig AWAKENED THE MAN N HM By F. B. V A N A LLEN ( by Short Story Pub. Co.) M RS. T. JUDSON C A RR was not a wicked woman. She had her good qualities and otentimes their predominating inluence cleared her character rom any haze o irrectitude. She was a wealthy specimen o the mushroom genera, her husband, in the twenty-ive years o their yoked existence, having risen rom a small clerkship to the position o controlling partner in a large manuacturing irm. n such circumstances she maintained the household par excellence n the little village o Crossley, and became at the same time the dominant strain n the matronly chorus o the village societies. Because she went about with Cecil Travers was no criterion rom which to judge evilly. Travers was nothing but a boy, in his teens yet, while Mrs. Carr was passing on toward the hal century age post. She was indiscreet. Even her husband, big, blu, happy T. J. Carr, admitted that. He rather liked it. t gave a touch o superiority to convention that gratiied his rancor toward society. For T. Judson despised all the unctions and ormalities o ashionable people. He hadn t been used to it or thirty years. When he broke in at last,.argely through the maneuvers o his wie, t seemed too late to learn new tricks. Mrs. T. J. grasped them, however. She liked society, especially young people. She liked the male sex, especially Travers. The boy came rom an aristocratic amily, and ater the usual pampered lie, he was sent to Yalard college at Crossley. His acquaintance with Mrs. Carr dated rom a garden party at the Brice s. He never analyzed his liking or her, such is not a young man s way, but he plunged into a series o social eruptions at her heels and the town talked. The woman was very attractive and she liked a man s homage. More seasoned men read iier character easily, but Cecil was unsophisticated to a degree. She led him on, with what motive the Grundians ailed to say, though the general opinion prevailed that it was or no good to the boy. Mrs. C&rr loved her husband. Business kept him away or weeks at a time. The woman had to be am used; Travers pleased her. Travers got the post. Such was the logic o her riends. The rare days had come and the gardens at High Crest, the Carr place, were a galaxy o roses, the various shades and hues meeting in n riot o color about an artistic sun-dial. 'A woman hal reclined against its marble base, the sot tur aording a cool couch or the graceul orm. t was evening and she awaited some one. Her ace was pensive, yet the line o resolution about the chin seemed new-born and o a sturdy character. Her husband had just let her to be gone a month. She had let him go without emotion, the excitement o a great love in her heart. She had wanted Judson to get away quickly; now that he was gone she almost wished him back. The line o resolution paled. A step on the gravel! The line came back, its imprint deeper yian beore. Cecil, her voice was caressing, knew that you would come. His beardless ace, oreshadowed with a coming manliness, brightened. Didn t promise? Yes. She arose as he held out his hand. No pressure was there. This youth was but a youth and the divine spark had not, as yet, touched his heart. They sat upon a bench close by. Mr. Carr has just let or Chicago. She pronounced the words heavily. Travers looked away. Gone or long? A month or more. Business, business, how it takes a man s time. They get so wrapped up in it, they never speciically. A strange thrill went through his. He had never noticed the long lashes beore, the beautiul curve o the eyebrows, the regularity o her proile. W ith a suddenness it all came to him. Unconsciously he slid his hand toward hers. And she grasped it cruelly. m sorry, he said, and he elt his voice coming deeper than ever beore a tnan s voice. O course, you could not know how lonely it has been or me. She passed a web o lace beore her eyes. Selish one that am, never ^thought, No, no, you have done so much or me. What happy days we have passed together. Since you came into my lie ve been happier, but ve had longings. And, he bent orward, eagerly. ntuitively words came. Was the passion o some long dead ancestor incarnate in him? "Longings that could not explain," he went on. Not pains, not aches, but can't describe them. t s the way elt toward my mother and yet dierent. You elt toward your mother? s she dead? She died when was six. remember her though scarcely knew her. Mrs. Carr grasped his other hand. That eeling toward your mother was Yes? He leaned so close that his lips almost brushed her hair. love. They did touch it. Her lids were lowered, but she knew. Could could you love He was on his knees at her eet in a moment. Eleanor, Eleanor, love you, love you. W hat a blind ool ve been! Seeing you every day and not knowing. ow suddenly it comes, doesn t it? His words still rang with a.deep manly intonation. She raised him to her side and their lips met. love you, he repeated. You are unhappy here, your husband is a brute. Come let us go away, ll never orsake you. College closes tomorrow'. m ready to leave in the morning. Hurry, pack a ew clothes and we can go tonight. Excitement caused the words to pour orth. She scarcely heard. The sudden joy o his acknowledged love had put her in a realm o happiness. As the meaning o his last words came to her. she drew hersel up and pulled her hands rom his. Your husband need never know, he was insisting. We can go to South America. have property there at Guayaquil when am o age. We can be happy anywhere. She arose quickly, sobs shaking her bosom. Oh, Cecil, you have spoiled it all all. For days n secret ve planned this scene to surprise my husband when he returned. wanted to adopt you to be a mother to you." She walked away. He was stunned. She had awakened the Man in him. Primal instincts were dictating the thoughts o his brain. Mother, he scoed. She turned. love and honor my husband above all men. As a boy loved you with that maernal nstinct which craves or the companionship o youth. But now you are not a boy can see. did it unmeaningly. She clutched at the marble balustrade. You are a man now ; you must go. He turned away. Cecil. Sotly she whispered. He did not stop. Cecil, louder as he reached the corner o the house. Cecil, she shouted, but he turned rom sight and led over the lawn into the twilight shadows. Little C all or W ork o Strolling Tinker The ive-and-ten put the inishing touches to the occupation o the strolling tinker or tinsmith. Nobody nowadays would bother to patch up a teakettle or put a new leg on a black castiron pot. Soldering is unknown in the homes o the poor and lowly, and the leaking teapot no longer awaits the tinker it hikes to the dump. When the cover o the coee pot breaks away rom the hinges now. t s allowed to remain away, and when the wash boiler gives out, the eldest son may use it or a bass drum, or ill t with loam and plant geraniums in think o wie or children. Carr has never had any children, her voice was sot, almost reverent, to care or and he might look ater me a little bit more. Do you need it?" innocently. t. No longer is the broken handle o Every woman does. We haven t the earthen teapot restored to its ormer place o useulness by the appli the strength o men. Sometimes He laughed. That depends upon cation o the gray cement, nor s the what kind o strength you mean. Now broken griddle held together by sheet as ar as moral power s concerned iron straps skillully riveted in. Poor boy, he had been cramming ethics Thus lias human society lost one o or exam and was prepared to wax ts most picturesque and romantic eloquent, but she interrupted. characters, the strolling tinker. Thus That s just it. Moral strength, has the moral atmosphere been robbed moral courage. do things that know o ts choicest perume and the tone are wrong, then obliterate the memory o human society been lowered. No o them in excuses. That s cowardly. poems have been written, no eulogies You re no coward." He said it unexpectedly to both. the tinker, but he is enshrined in the delivered, and no monument raised to She looked at him suddenly and hearts o men and women whose parents in the days gone by used to smiled. What a dear boy you are 1 He blushed a little. Was it embarrassment or did he notice a deeper they were unruly. Fall River Globe. threaten them with the tinker when tone, a warmer note, almost o passion in the woman s voice? Genius Look at me, she went on. Do n considering the practicability you think am happy? and the utility o a university or Travers stumbled. Er er yes." geniuses and none others it is to be Well, m not. My husband leaves remembered that unusual mental me. Do know how he passes his and other ability is more than apt to time? Why shouldn't she stopped. show itsel in visible orm at a rather Her voice was beginning to take a early age. There have been ex queer hold on Travers. He noticed ceptions, o course, but as a rule the that two pearly drops were orming in the corner o her eyes. world s great inventions and discoveries, especially in the ield o science, Her eyes! For the irst time he began have been made by the young. New to tak? notice o h y eatures York Times. H W W H W W 1111 H H p PRME MEATS ii a n d POULTRY BELMAR MEAT MARKET J. C W1SSEMAN. Prop, j: 809 F Street j W V, t t»» M J lw i m - H -l M -1-M 1 1 H -l-h H» l H > Announcement GEORGE G. TTUS is again ready to take your order or ce Mr. Titus bought out the Bel- mar ce Company and is ready to serve his ormer customers. H it Phone 251-M For ce»<»» T heodore H. B ennett F u n e r a l D ir e c to r a n d Licensed Em balm er Harry E. S. S. Bennett G r a d u a t e E m b a l m e r o t h e R e n o u a r d T r a i n i n g o N e w Y o r k Oice: 710 9th Ave. Residence; 1201 B St. Telephone Belmar 577, Any Hour, Day or Night Advertise t With Us t Will Be Sold lllllllt t l t v...m m m» 1 11 H t Bonce and DuBois Realtors nsurance - Morgage loans -706 Tenth Avenue Phone 60S l W M Li t m i l M H W t b

8 COAST ADVERTSER, BELMAR, NEW JERSEY FRDAY, MARCH, 5, 1926 Rivoli Theatre BELMAR NEW JERSEY is a m b n u t M in a tr p U tt? Also atti> dkargta dak? Hlalk FEATURE PCTURE M ONDAY EVENNG, MARCH 8TH PART. Specialty... Mr. MacDermant Opening Chorus... Rainbow Chorus Then ll Be Happy... Mr. Charles Shultz Sunrise and You Miss Jessie Henderson The Bumble Bee... Mr. John Haulenbeek Meet Me At Twilight A Quintette Wonder Where My Baby s... Mr. John Cubbon Remember... Mr. and Mrs. J. Haulenbeek Lonesomest Girl... Miss Jessie Henderson Seventeen... Messrs. Schultz and VanNote Always... Mr. Hampton That Certain Party...,... Miss Grosse and Mr. Haulenbeek NTERLOCUTOR Mr. Egbert J. Newman. END MEN AND WOMEN 'Taboes: Mr. J. Haulenbeek, Mr. W. Gassin, Mrs. C. Markus, Mr. Howard Shepherd. Bones: Mr..C. Schultz, MrM. H. VanNote, Miss J. Henderson, Mr. Robert Hampton, Mr. Clarence D. Hulse and William Moory o Bradley Beach. ACCOMPANSTS Mrs. E. H. Antonides and Mr. John Cubbon. PART. Specialty Num bers Songs... Mrs. Anna MacCardle A Clown Dance... Miss Doris Lewis Yorktown March... Wanda Newman Harmonica Demonstration....) ^ r' <jeorge Haj^rarit <8> ( Mr. Roscoe N0'arn ',', O Shaunessy s Banquet... Mr. MacDermant The Georgia Cake Walk Grand March: Steps by Couple No. 1, Steps by Couple No. 2, Steps by Couple No. 3, Steps by Couple No. 4. The winning couple is determined by popular applause. Applaud your avorite. The winning couple takes the cake. RANBOW CHORUS Mrs. Anna Antonides, Miss Althea Frazee, Miss Anna Grosse, Mrs. Cecelia Georges, Miss Agnes Henderson, Mrs. John Haulenbeek, Miss Alice Hurley, Miss Sylvia Jacobson, Mrs. Harry Lyon, Miss Alice.okerson, Miss Natalie Markus, Mrs. Egbert Newman, Mtes Estelle Newman, Miss Anna Wills and Miss Kathleen Schultz. ANNUai. inisisilng OF C. OF C. NEXT TUESDAY GREEN AND WHTE TATTLER Proessor Wagmeister conducted our School (.ivhestra, Sunday evening, wiici ; t musicians lo!» pa t in the service at the Presbyterian church. iitiiimiiiiiiiniiiitiiunitjiiiiiiiiii'iniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiitinimiiiiimniiimihmicjiiiiniiiiiiaiiimiiiiiitjiiiiiiiiiwuuiihiiiiiinmiiiiiiiminiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiitjiinniiiiiniiiiihiinimnuiqiiiiiiiiiiiiuniiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiunhiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiiiihiitjiiiiiiiiiiiinmihhiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiumiiiiiiiiiini SAFE! Like a good ship come to anchor behind the breakwater, tossed arc d o 11 ar s id so easily when subject to check are sae and secure when invested in National Public Service Corporation 7% CUMULATVE PREFERRED SHARES, PRCES TO YELD 7.29% No orgetulness pos Dividends payable our times a year, and the cheek is delivered to your door by the postman. sible, no coupons to clip, rio ussy details. SURETY (This is the astest growing large industry in the world. ts uture appears still brighter.) SAFETY (Racked by property here at home and by similar plants in scores o communities, our services come into your own home.) MARKET (Should the need arise, a ready market wherein you may turn your stock into cash gives the inal eature necessary to an ideal investment.) THE DEAL NVESTMENT FOR YOUR SURPLUS FUNDS OR YOUR SAVNGS j Jersey Central Power & Light Company = Subsidiary o g NATONAL PUBLC SERVCE CORPORATOM j J >» «;nient savings plan starts you on a 7% savings basis with..$5 down and $5 monthly per share. i iiiainhmiiiiciimumitnahiiiiiiiiiiciiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiihiiiiiciiihiiiuiiiuiuuiiniiiiiiiiihiiiiiiciiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiahiiiiiiiiiiuiiihiiiniiaiiimiiiiiiiuiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiniiiiiiiinnniiiiiiikviiiiiiiiiiiamiiiiiiininiiiniiiiihniiniiiiihiciiiihhiiiiiniiiiiihihiniiiuihiitiaimiiiiimnniiimiimiui NOTCE TO BDDERS NEW JERSEY S SHARE OF CAM- DEN-PHLADELPHA BRDGE Bids will be received by the The total cost o the Camden Mayor and Council o the Borough o Belmar until eight o clock, Monday evening, March 15th, 1920, o will be approximately 15,627,567, Philadelphia bridge to this state the concession o placing umbrellas according to estimates in the resand chairs and rolling chairs upoi) port o the Delaware River Bridge tne beach and boardwalk, Joint Commission. Bids should be made or three years, and should not include the beach at the Tenth and Sixteenth Avenue Pavilions. The Council reserves the right t reject any or all bids. Belmar, New Jersey. DR. FRhD V. rhom VijN Borough Clerk NOTCE TO BDDERS EARLY SPRNG PREDCTED That we will have an early spring and a warm summer is the opinion o local weather prophets and they base their predictions on various things. For some time geese have been coming north, a sure sign the weathermen say, o coming good weather at no distant date. Robins also have appeared, one making its home in the garden at the house o Councilman Edwin Bigelow. Other birds, orerunners o early spring, The annual meeting o the Bel niar Chamber o Commerce will be held on next Tuesday evening, March 9th, at 7:00 p. m., at Naylor s restaurant. Cover charge $1.00. Election o oicers and other important business coming up or dis Several selections were played, Bids are invited or urnishing ONE HORZONTAL TUBULAR which seemed to be enjoyed by the BBCKSET BOLER H. P. cussion. Maye it your business to congregation present. capacity or tlie Belmar Water be there. The orchestra received new books Works, delivery F. O. B., Belmar, recently, N. J. Proposals should speciy size o boiler, thickness o plates, number and size o tubes, CHOR SUPPER PARTY! We are glad to have Mr. Harper Daodils and erns decorated the! back with us ater his week s stay castings and ittings "and "to'guar- 1,ave also appeared. For ages birds table at the monthly choir party o in Washington, attending the Na. antee a working pressure in ac have been the keenest judges o the Belmar M. E. church, held on last tional Education association. cordance with A. S. M. E. code o weather conditions. We have the 150 lbs. Friday evening at the home o Mr. Miss Pierce our ourth grade birds and all signs point to good Bids will be received up to 8:00 and Mrs. C. S. Go, 418 Seventh teacher is ill this week. Mrs. Long- P. M., on Monday, March 15th, by weather. With patience, we await avenue..street o Spring Lake is taking her he Borough Council and then and its coming. A green and gold color scheme place. We hope that she will be there opened and read in open Council meeting. was carried out in the decorations. well soon. BROTHERHOOD AND HAPPNESS The Borough Council reserves Ater a sumptuous repast, a social hour was enjoyed, with gamse eighth grade was held on Monday FRED V. THOMPSON, M. D., Brotherhood, the golden rule, j The regular class meeting o the tlie right to reject any or all bids. and music. A handsome silver com o this week. _.,,,. Borough.. Clerk. love thy neighbor as thysel, or J pact will be sent by the choir to A cake sale was voted upon and j Be,m ar N - J " M arch 4th' 1926 what you will in terinology, was ' Miss Catherine Woolover o Ridgewood, N. J., ormerly o the Belmar all arrangements or this sale. it all meant good-will, toleration BELMAR FATERS-SONS a committee was appointed to make FRST M E CHURCH presented as the bond o union, and choir. They reported March 20th as a j and ellowship. This is thi only Following is the musical program BANQUET avorable date, and it will be held at possible union or the moment, but arranged or the morning service VOLUNTEERS WN TOURNEY the Central Market. Don t orget here is a orce which not only at the First M. E. church or next Preparations were made, Wednes OPENER to buy the delicious home baked makes the world go round, but Sunday: day evening at a representative The bowling team o the Volunteer Hook and Ladder company the 20th arrives. harsh dierences where thev exist, cakes rom the eighth grade when which will soten in good time Prelude - Gratitude Fink meeting o Belmar mothers, dads, Processional and sons to have the annual Father opened the new ormed Firemen s This week, the eighth grade cn- ;Anthem_ «Hark Hark My Soul» and bring a union o hearts and and Son Sunday in the churches and league by taking the Goodwill Hose joyed picking out their designs or j Heyser motives in an era o peace and hap- tj)e annuai Father and Son banquet, company into camp or three i the class pins and rings. i ()ertory A Sketch Anderson piness, long the dream o noble.j.jie nlee{jng was held at the home straight games on the American Legion home, Wednesday night. training lines or this month are:! MrS. Helen Jackson ors and Taces. Newark Sunday and was attended by representa The classes that won the physical \(j(jress_ i n(ija» men and women o all creeds, col- o Paul c Tayior on sixth avenue, eighth grade, opportunity grade and Recessionai Call. tives o the Baptist, Presbyterian BENEFT EVENTS ARRANGED tlie ourth grade-a. Postlude March Jubilant and Methodist churches; the Y. M. BY MRS. JOHN J. McGRAT The ith grade pupils have start-j Williams C. A. groups and the boro council. ed a correspondence with schools Thc evening service wjl be in (Continued rom Page One) Those representing the Presbyterian church were Rev. in other parts o the United Slates charge o the Young People s so- Andrew Mrs. John J. McGrath is taking an active interest,in securing inancial and are as present writing to Millin talking about it or our years. Four Richards, J. J. Bier and Mrs. Walter aid or the new Hebrew nstitute, ocket, Maine. They have received years ago it could have been purchased or $10,000, and it has cost Sirs. Paul C. Taylor and Mrs. H. J. Babcock; rom thc Methodist church which is now being erected next letters rom the ith grade there, WOMAN'S CLUB NOTES to the synagogue by Traub brothers, and also rom Chicago. Among us $10,000 each year that we have Mclick; rom the Baptist church, contractors. other activities o the ith grade j The r(lrlllar mceting o the Wo- talked it over. Next year it will be Rev. Samuel Miller, Mrs. Marie Haln, Mrs. M cg rath has arranged or a j a project o notebook m aking. Lac m an s d u b was held today. The pro $60,000. Lester B. Sherman and Alvin Rhodmusical to be held at the home o j child interested is keeping a scrap-1 gram was jn charge o the literatuie The state highway is going to Mayor George W. VanNote re- Mr. Erving Straus, corner Second book containing clippings, pictures (]eparm(.nt> with Mrs. Otto G. K. build a new bridge. The myriad o presented the council, while the Y avenue and B street, on Thursday j n ems, drawings, etc., that espec- j einnn 0 j,conja> state Federation autoists traveling over it will see, M. C. A. groups were represented aternoon, March 18th, at 2:30. >a.t,v anneal to thorn. _ chairman o literature, speaker. Her and orm their opinion o beautiul by leaders Edwin Taylor and Lean- iia o been ur"ed On Thursday, March 25th a card j There was a slight error in the topjc wasi American Home Lie in Belmar. Belmar Yacht club, a re-1ard Jacobson, and Y ellows, a party will be given at the American; paper two weeks ^ ao about the Currcnt Fiction. Mr.Melvin Red- i preservative gathering, avors it. Joseph Clear, James Miller, Clar- (Continued rom Page One) 8 = c s E diaries o the National Public Service Corporation, a utilities property which has been organized and built up by A. E. Fitkin o Allenhurst. As o December 31, 1925, the Jersey Central Power and Light company had total assets and other debits o $26,880,195.41, and or the same period gross earnings o $4,- 663, Matthew A. Boylan o Asbury Park, is the general manager o the southern division and the renting agents or the new building are Calvert and Shubert. VOTNG MADE MORE DFFCULT Trenton, N..1., Feb. 26. The Harrison bill, which has passed the Senate, knocks out registration by aidavit and takes the issuance o transers'rom election boards, leav ing it only to judges, making voting more diicult, instead o less so, as DES N NEW YORK CTY Legion home. Beautiul pries will poems that the ith grade wrote (jcn was (jie s0j0;st; accompanied by only or the beneit o the uture eiicc Jacobson and Philip Taylor. be aw arded to the winners. They were not responsible or the ^jrc. y 0 e[ Salomon Peretsky, who ormerly resided at 112 Thirteenth avenue, we are making no mistake in purchasing it. unny po'm that was also in the r ']1G share o the jo!nt luncheon The Aloha club o the Presbyterian church will give their Rainbow died suddenly in New York City, on YOUNG PEOPLES MEETNG paper that week. ^wiih Spring La e on Feb. 1st, was Stronglv in avor, too, was Councilman Edwin 15. Bigelow, who Minstrcllotte and Georgia Cake are: a son, Jack Peretsky; a daugh Sunday. Those who survive him All young people o Belmar are j $25. We bad 21 members present cordially invited to attend the lo enjoy it. stated: want to go on record as W alk or the Bradley B -ath Republican club at the Bradley Beach ter, Mrs. Alex Homan, both o Young Peoples meeting lo be held TO REPEAT MNSTRELS The executive board has voted to avoring the purchase o the riverront. am in the real estate busi- school, Mon rlny evening. March 22. Belmar. at the First M. E. church on Sun give the sum o S10 to the Child Many mourn the loss o Mr. Pcrday evening at 7:30 in the main and- The Rainbow Minstrelettes. re- Welare o Asburv Park. ness and am in touch with real es- They will he assisted bv several etsky in Belmar. During his two itorium. Mr. Heckman will have cently staged at the public school The Juniors will hold a St. Patrick pnrtv, March 12th in the club i we do not buy the riverront this nml several o (he specialty nnm- ate conditions. am satisied that! members o the Republican club year stay here, he took a prominent charge, and Col. Stull o Ocean auditorium will be repeated at the part in the activities o the Temple Ciwr> -" ill 'ip the sneaker. There ivoli theatre on Monday evening, room. Thev are also giving a Cake year we will pay twice asmuch next hers will lie given by the members. Sons o srael synagogue. Fe was uig service, March 8th. Sale in the A. and P. tea store on year.! 0 the Bradley club. a devoted Hebrew and respected by and everybody is invited. March 6th. Help them. all.

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