Long Branch Record from Long Branch, New Jersey on March 30, 1900 · 8
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Long Branch Record from Long Branch, New Jersey · 8

Long Branch, New Jersey
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Friday, March 30, 1900
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EATONTOWN. lira. Charlea Lewis, of Ul strwt, U ill wiia (ho grip. Justice Robert Kay h moved Into tU eoiuga on Wast tret. Prank llopiwr, of l'rluttitun College, is home on a short vacation. ' Joseph and 3uxv Wolrott, of Nw York, er visitors over Sunday. Miss Rllm Allgor. who wu recently stricken wltti paralysis, in recovering. Irk Wolrott. bo in ttttmictlu school la Trenton, was home on ttaturday und tiundsy. KJuiuud. the liltltf sou of W. E. iuor-rU. of l.rln trHt, Is 111 with the trip. Mr. Kllia Pott, of MsUwsn. U via-JUnf Mr. Kiauor S ou, of Main ttrt The Tlntfrn Manor Vntr Company ta waking a survry uf Swimming river and Ita tributaries. The subject ot Htv. S. 1). Price' sermon on Sunday evening was "The Valley of Dry Uoues." A rally of the temperance force, under the auspices of the W. C, T. U.. was held In the llaptUt Church hurt night, MUa Florence Ht-ndrlekson, who U attending school at lilalrstowa, was a recent guest of Mr. nud Mrs, It V. Jlopper, Abe Coleman, of Tlnton Falls, ha rented the Uebhard property at South Eatontown, and will move there In tho near future. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Clayton, of New Brunswick, visited l'rof. and Mra. F. E. TUton during the early part of the week. ""Addison Davison hn.i purchased the "Hub" Ilowland house und lot. South Eatontown, and will move there after necessary repairs are made. " The annual meeting of the congregation of th Shrewsbury Presbyter-Ian Church will be held at Shrewsbury next Monday night, for the pur-poso of electing trustees, Joseph Miller has purchased from the Keyport Banking Company the frame building between - Charles Breeae'a undertaking establishment , and Henry Wolcott's store, He. D. Y. Stephens, Misses Kftth-..erine B. Dudd nd MgrT - Clark have iecn appointed delegates to the New JtTSey Conference League Convention, "lo represent the Eatontown chapter. ' Henry Wolcott and Mrs. Storrs Wolcott moved into their new cottages this week. The old mansion, for many years occupied by Dr. W. 8. Klra-Lall, will be moved to the rear of the lot on which the cottages stand, and will be rented as a tenement house. . Rev. D. Y. Stephens was tendered a reception last Saturday evening, upon ills return for another year aa pastor of the M. E. Church. After the usual handshaking, a delightful evening was spent A program, consisting of music, grayer by William Aumack, address by Rev. J. Dewitt Fay, to which the pastor feelingly replied ; singing, "Blest jUe the Tie that Binds;" solo, select reading, and a dialogue was rendered. The Literary Club met at the home xt Mr. and Mrs. James Steen on Wednesday evening. "George Elliot," was the subject discussed. A paper was read by Mrs. A. B. Nafew, giving a sketch of her life; Prof. t: K. TUton rendered "The Mill on the Floss;' Miss Etta White told "How Liza Loved the King;" Howard S. Higgln- son read a humorous historical selec- Ices and cake were served In abundance. The Shrewsbury Reading Cln le met t the home of Mrs, R. Parker, on Tuesday afternoon. "Art and Science" was the subject under discussion. The following program was rendered: "To-day's Science In Europe." Miss Valentine; select reading "Mrs. (llf-flng; paper. "Scientific Novels," Mrs. Jennings; paper, "Scientific Music vs. Popular Musln," Miss Connolly; paper, "Ibsen and His Plays," Miss Valentine. At the close of the literary exercises a delicious tea was served by the hostess, WEST END. T. T. Eckert. Jr., was a visitor last Saturday. Sanford. the baker, was a visitor here on Monday.' C. C. Mlnzesheimer, of New York, was here on a visit last Sunday. . It Is reported here that Mrs. Norman L. Munro will take possession of the Munro homestead early In April. ' Mrs. Etta Henderson, of Jersey City, has arrived for the season of 1900. She Is occupying her Cedar avenue cottage. Two of the Wertheim cottages have been leased for the season of Vmd to Blmon Ullman and August Oppnnhelm, both of New York. -f P. J. Donnelly will conduct the Coulter House the coming summer. He was here this week looking after the Improvements about to be made before the opening of the season of 1900. The tall trees In the old Green homestead, adjoining the tracks of the New York and Long Branch Railroad, have been trimmed and new shrubbery set out, which materially changes the premises. Martin Strohmler, the well-known Brighton avenue barber, is suffering from a severe attack of the grip. Mr. Strohmler Is a member of Long Branch Council, No. 335, Knights ot Columbus, and is uoing looked after by the sick committee of that order. George H. Fearans, counsel for the Western Union Telegraph Company, will take possession of his new cottage at Takanassee Lake the middle ot April. The house which Mr. Fearans and family will occupy Is the old rectory. of St Michael' Church, . which has been rebuilt at a cost of several thousand dollars by builder Robert Tappln, making It one of the most attractive country seats along the coast. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. - Notice Is hereby given that the co- l irtnershlp heretofore existing I be-I ween .Wilbur A..HoJsley and Benja- ? in P. Morris, for the practice ot law. ,t niler the Drfti name of Heialey' fr Mor- i t, Yn bn th's day dissolved by fcj Consent ' "" "" - J1 Dated March 81st, 1900. WILBUR A. HEISLEY, BEN J. P. MORRIS, 2 rvn in I AND OPENING I On Saturday, best built and easiest running wheels only are kept on jny points ot merit in uie umereni lines. ... .... , , ; In the evening; Prof. Malchow's orchestra will be in attendance and souvenirs will be presented to visitors, O be devoted to lad;es at all Special inducements will be made to buyers during the day and evening, and it will pay prospective purchasers to investigate the possibilities of the new store; if you are not quite ready, it will pay you to order Saturday for future delivery. FRANK C. STORCK, BICYCLES, AUTOMOBILES, PIANOS AND ORGANS, Long Branch City, Broadway, near Branchport Avenue. Red Bank, corner Broad and While Streets. NORTH LONG BRANCH. Mrs.' B. W.'West, of New York, was a recent visitor. Mrs. B. W. West, of New York, was a recent visitor. Charles L. Hoyt has been Indisposed during the week. Mrs. W. R. Potts, of New York, was a visitor on Monday, Mrs. A. J. Hutchinson, of New York, Is here for the season. Mrs. Robert Wright and Mrs. P. M. Hyer are Hi with the grip. Mrs. Thomas El Hoyt la recovering from an attack of Illness. Mrs. Frank M. West and Stanley West are ill at their home.( Garret H. White has Improved his cottage with a $200 addition. Arch Tlce is at work grading at the rear of the Asbury M. E. Church. Harry M. West and Charles Lock-wood are at Harvey Cedars, N. J. E. W. Reid is making a number of Improvements to his Atlantic avenue market. Mrs. Walter Hennessey, who has been 111 With the grip, Is now convalescent Mrs. EuKene Wlnshlp Is quite ill at Harlem, N. Y.( where she has been spending the winter. Mrs. H. A. Grover afld daughter, Miss Gertie Grover, returned Wednesday from a visit to Lakewood. Mrs. A. J. Hutchinson, of New York, has returned, after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Garret WliiU at Mo!:f!MiH Heath. Miss Elizabeth White, of New York, has returned, after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Garret White, at Monmouth Reach. Miss Flora Reid, daughter of former Commissioner E. W. Reid, has purchased a Tribune chalnless of B. A. Luther. Mrs. William II. Beadleston, who has been spending the winter at Lake-wood, visited her Monmouth Beach cottage on Tuesday. Lester Van Brunt, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Van Bruffl, of Galilee, was tendered a surprise Monday night Feasting and game playing were the features of the evening. Rev. W. R. Wedderapoon, of new Brunswick, spent Thursday and Friday with friends at Monmouth Beach. Rev. Thomas S. Hammond was given a reception last Friday night, upon his return- from Conference. Addresses, singing, etc., helped to pass away the time. The evening was most delightfully spent. Pastor Hammond enters upon the Work of the second year with bright prospects. He Is an earnest preacher, and has won the admiration of many friends outside of his church. A young men's social clnb was organized at the residence of former Commissioner Edward W. Reid Wednesday evening. The following are the original members: E. J. Reid, S. H. 8herman, Thomas West, Richard West, Marshall Hoyt, Hugh Henry West, Harry Hennessey, George Craig. Charles Hayden and Allen Adams. Cards, dominoes and checkers were played and the amusement was varied by an Instrumental entertain mant fur. nlshed by S. H. Sherman at the piano, i nomas west, banjo, and Charles Hayden violin. Refreshments were served about 11.30. The club will hold regular meetings Wednesday and Friday evenings. - SUPPOSE. SUPPOSE your house Is on fire, what Is the easiest wy to summon the Fire Department? ; ,v:,,::::;o; r . TELEPHONE SERVICE. The NiWiYcrk zzi New f IaIVa- .ti L V 170 Broadway; H ; P Advertise In the Record. QLiniv ALL WELCOME- March 3 1st, my new store will be opened at 499 Broadway, opposite the Odd Fellows' Hall. the booths, and Mr. Rowley will This store will be a permanent one, and 1 desire to earn your patronage. Watch this space in future for interesting bicycle talks. WE8T LONG BRANCH. John Smith has moved to Red Bank. Mrs. J. W. Morris Is home from a trip to Gloucester. The children of Marquis Chamberlain are HI with the grip. Harry Hopper is now occupying A. F. Golden's tenement house at Oaa hurst The grip victims this week are Lang-don Norton, Marian Glbbs and Mrs. Sutphln. Mrs. M. V. Poole has boen suffering from an attack If Indigestion during the week. James Atcheson and W. I. Chamberlain are now members of the First M. E. Church choir. Harry Tindall, of Philadelphia, Pa., has accepted a position In the general store of William M. Golden. Mrs. Amanda Mount, formerly of this place, but now of Freehold, has been visiting friends at this place. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Conrow attended the golden anniversary of the marriage ot Mr. and Mrs. Isaac W. Bedle at Matdwan on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. William Malchow are occupying the Lewis Lane house on .West Long Branch avenue, having re-'moved from Elberon this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Conrow entertained on Monday Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Shafto and children, of Farmlngdato, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Flltcroft, of Ocean Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Zebulon Llpplncott fipf rvvv r" -J tvi tt jtnrt 1 Branch, where they will live with Mr. Llpplncott's mother on Broadway, near Llpplncott avenue. In accordance with the decree Issued by the Bishops of the Methodist Episcopal Churth, Rev. J. W. Morris, D. D., is holding special services this week at the First M. E. Church. A company of young people from this place enjoyed a straw ride to Port- au-Peck one night last week. A feature of the trip was a course supper, served by Mine Host J. Hubbard Wardell. OCEANPORT. Mrs. .larjies H. McCreery Is on the sick list Edward Buck has returned from a visit at Tuckerton. Addison Wolcott Is now occupying the William Ferry house. Miss llattie Smith has returned from a visit with relatives in New York. Captain and Mrs. S. H. Ferry spent part of last week with Mrs. Catherine Ferry, at Wayside. Mrs. Ferry is quite 111. The magic lantern exhibition given in the schoolhouse last Friday night for the benefit of the school library was quite successful, about 17 being cleared. Edward Buck has been awarded the contract for carrying the mail between the Little Silver Btation and the Ocean- port post office. Mr. Buck will receive $100 a year for the work. Joseph Wolcott, the present mall carrier, will go to work next Monday for Walter Lip- pincott, of this place. The Township Committee of Eaton town township organized last Saturday by electing William M. Golden, of West Long Branch, president, and Capt Benjamin Eldrldge, of Ocean- port, treasurer. James Steen was re appointed counsel. Road overseers appointed were as follows: Ocean-port, Samuel T. Smock; Eatontown, E. A. Harvey; South Eatontown, Thomas Riley. No appointment was made at West Long Branch, but William M. Golden was Instructed to appoint a suitable man as overseer In that district Com to 8t!nbach's 8aturday. Our spring stock -ot dress goods, clothing, furniture, carpets,' linens, crockery and' house-furnishing goods will Vel ready for your inspection, admiration and buying this week. No matter what you may need for the house or wardrobe we have it In stock, and you will find the pricing satisfactory, too. Stelnbach Company, on the trolley, Asbury Park, N. J. ' ! i Wels'.Eastsr Millinery. ; ., No store, ml New Jersey shows so large and varied an assortment as you will frrid hereJ It Is a display well worthy our reputation for the produc tlon of everything . that la new and beautiful. We carry a tremendous stock of trimmed hats to suit all size purses. Mrs. E. Wels, Red Bank Tem pie ot Fashion. floor, and on Saturday factory show them the superiority of 0AKHUR3T. Henry Ferry Is suffering from a stroke of paralysis. Miss Ethel Jeffrey, of Manasqua'n, Is viBitlng Miss Sarah A. Jeffrey. Harry Wortbley, of Eatontown, has opened a tonsorlal shop at this place, The religious services at Mechanics' Hull on Sunday nights are well attended. Edward T. Brand, of Brooklyn spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Brand. - The cottage prayer meeting will be held next Tuesday evening at the home of Andrew Anderson. Fred Dcttllnger Is now gardener for Thorn as T. Kinney. He was for many years In the employ of Washington Wilson, of Elberon. Mrs. Warren D. Brand and mother havd been 'very 111 during the past week. They are now convalescing, under the care .of Dr. G. H. Baker, of Long Branch. The Board ot Education of Ocean township organized Monday evening at a meeting held at the home of Warren D. Brand. Isaac B. White, of this place, was re-elected president, and Adam Worth, of Elberon, district clerk. The session was not concluded until nearly midnight. Mr. and Mrs. Brand royally entertained the members of the Board at the conclusion of the meeting. ELBERON. to a Mr. Reilly, of Newark. MIhs Minnie Ferry, of Wayside, Is visiting her father, Elwood Ferry, at this place. W. Campbell Clark and family, of Newark, were visitors over Sunday at their cottage, "The Oaks." ! The Lincoln avenue cottage of John Brown is being painted. Isaac B. White, of Oakhurst, Is the artist. W. Curtis Otterson, of New York, has leased the Norwood avenue cottage of Edwin O. Woolloy for the season of 1900. Mr. and Mrs. J1. H. Beale, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Grummond were visitors on MondayJ Mr. Grummond will occupy the old Floyd cottage, which Is being remodeled. , : Mrs. J. F. Sullivan has returned to Philadelphia, after a visit at this place. ' H. E. Gawtry was a visitor last week. J. M. Logan, of Astoria, N. Y., sue- J ceeds George Dettllnger as , gardener for Washington Wilson, ' . W. E. Bamburger, 6f New York, has leased the J. L. Lock wood cottage for the season. Mr. Ixckwood and family will not come to the seashore, but will select a place which Is nearer to New York to pass the summer. ; Grave Companies Consolidate. ' ' A meeting of the directors of the Manasquan Gravel Company was held on Tuesday at Asbury Park. Judge Wilbur A. Heisley, of this city, was elected president and Samuel A. Patterson treasurer and secretary. Since the Incorporation of the company a consolidation of Interests has been effected with the well known Allonwood Gravel Company, formerly owned by George Potts, who has alBO acquired an Interest In the Manasquan Gravel Company. . ..; , . - Hubbard Wins Out Against Potts. The Court of Chancery on Wednes day, at Newark, continued the hearing of the case of George Potts against John Hubbard. The suit waft for an accounting. Potts claiming that he and Hubbard were partners In operating the Asbury Park and Bclmar Street Railroad In 1895, at which time Potts and Hubbard were directors of the road. The Court decided the suit In favor of Hubbard, and dismissed, the bill of complaint ., . . , Conductor Mulford Gets an Alligator-Just prior to the departure of Mr, and Mrs, E. I. Brown for Florida In February conductor M. R. Mulford, ot the New Jersey Central Railroad, lok Ingly said to Mr. Brown that b would like him to bring back a live alligator for him.- Acting upon the Invitation Mr, Brown brought one about a foot long and last week bo presented It to Mr. Mulford, much to the hitter's sur prise. Matawan Journal. ' ; " ' M If a man is in love with a woman there Is nothing on earth that he Isn't willing to promise her. -J ' representatives will be pleased the new "Standard sewing machine. Broadway Paint and Wall Paper Store, jJdjoinmg the Jom fa. - Jong &ramh. Wall BROKEN WUilimiUlIU. tUiilDlllAllUiU. ,12c. 15c. 18c. Double Rolls 10c. 12c. 15c. 20c. -25c. 30c. " " 18c. 20c. 25c. 35c. 40c. 45c. " " 30c. 35c. 40c. 50c. 60c. 75c. " 45c. 55c. 65c, Paints and Sundries. ' ....... V . . . . . ... . . White Lead, Unseed Oil, Turpentine Varnishes, Brushes, etc., Gold Leaf, Gold Bronze. Aluminum Leaf, Aluminum Bronze, Bronze Liquid for mixing. Green Brorrze, Crimson Bronze, Golden Lustre Bronze. The renowned Globe Wax Polish. , Anything in the Paint and Wall Paper Line. C. O. D. BILLS of $ 1 or more, less 5 per cent, off the dollar. J. J. Ribbons! TjjTjl'E know how eagerly you look forward to our new disphy'of domestic and im yXX ported RIBBONS, because It meant a money-saving for you. We "have the choic, est Sprlnj offerings and have made the price reductions so significant that they will delight all my customers. Ve have t full line of Ribbons from No. i to No. 100, In all shades and designs, comprising all the newest novelties. V - . , t , . You are well aware of the reliable, honest methods employed by us there being a real saving to you in every purchase, i We have Just received a pretty, stylish line of all the Ut.i.a i a 11 j. 1 i , , .i i I 1 1 . , - . f -. . ikivm uripuriaiioni in S p r 1 ti g t, ri(l !Su Our display of Flowers is really enchanting. prices are those already firmly IstabSished Ribbon finrdn 207 broadway, KlUUUIl arLOriGCRAMCH, N. J. 0 o o Lone Branch City. The to show you the . various ,. , t and especial attention will O o o o o s Paper. FULL GARRABRANT. Millinery! mm e r '' Mi 1 1 n ery. . Call an1 see the pretty . effects. Of course tfie by1 the well-known

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