The Daily Register from Red Bank, New Jersey on February 4, 1903 · 16
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The Daily Register from Red Bank, New Jersey · 16

Red Bank, New Jersey
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Wednesday, February 4, 1903
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4' 5 m ' J r A . 1 nf r y j .'rt V, - -3k fa : ',A v ' ;,! t: s? v f? i ' aa? - c ij - 1 & w ' - -fTrT- --- e v v- r . ? J v S ' o, , W v v: i BRIEF 1TE11S OF NEWS. lOROB HAPPENINGS IN ALL PARTS OP THE . COUNTY. Personal f(M, Trifling Accident a, M4 Incidents end Interesting Features of Life in Village and Country. Thomas Lokerson has given up the wheelwright business at Freehold and will work at his trade at Belmar, where his family lives. Eight persons have professed conversion in revival meetings being held at St. Johns Methodist church at Key-r port. Peter Hoff of Keyport is dangerously sickwith diabetis at the home of his son-in-law,. George P. Walters, at that place. Luther Boyce cf Long Branch has moved to Eatontown, where he will open a wheelwright business. John B. Crawford of Crawfords corner, in Holmdel township, is dangerously sick with diabetis. James Huff has bought the Robert Wallace farm at Adelphia, which be occupies. There is an epidemic of mumps at Keyport and both old and young are afflicted. Wesley Mason of Centerville, near Keyport, is helpless with rheumatism. John Stewart of Matawan has been taken to the state asylum at Trenton. Arrested on Two Charges. Walter Hill, the colored man who was recently appointed on the police force at Long Branch, has been arrested on a charge of keeping a disorderly house and also for assault and battery. He gave bail on both charges to await the action of the grand jury. A Churchs Good Tear. During the past year the Methodist church at Hamilton, in Wall township, under the pastorate of Rev. W. E. Blackiston, has paid off a debt of $300 and all departments of the church are in a better condition than they have been in several years. Harried Forty Years. Mr. and Mrs. Garrett H. Denise of Freehold reached the fortieth anniversary of their marriage last week. The members of their immediate family prepared a fine spread and kept it a secret from the old folks until the feast was ready. Honors For a Long Braneher. William H. DeNyse, a civil engineer at Long Branch, has been appointed one of ten members from New Jersey on the board cf American roads makers. His appointment was recommended by State Road Commissioner Henry I. Budd. Suffering Iff fit Xervous Prostration. While at a Royal Arcanum reception last week Henry E. Ackerson, Jr., of Keyport, collapsed with nervous prostration, brought on by too close application to business. He is improving but he will rest from his labors for awhile. A Big Slaughter of Bats. Two weeks ago John White, driver for the Oliver Bryon engine company of North Long Branch, set about to rid the engine house of rats. He set a trap and lie has already reduced by 76 the number of rats on the premises. Will Have a Cancer Betnoved. John Aten of Sea Girt has gone to New York to have a catfter removed from his mouth. He has been undergoing treatment at home for some time and it is expected to remove the tumor without the aid of a knife. A Successful Bevtval. Rev. William Disbrowof Adelphia has just closed a series of revival meetings on his charge, during which 38 persons were converted. The official board of the church has requested Mr. Disbrows return for another year. Powder Mill to Resume, The old Phoenix powder mill near Farmingdale has resumed operations after having been idle for a long time. It will give employment to about fifty men. The buildings on the place are being improved. Has Been in Every State But One. E. H Ennis of Imlaystown, who has sfienl the greater part of his life in traveling, claims to have been in every state in the union excepting Wyoming. He has also been in Europe and South America. Birthdays Celebrated. Pearl Jeffries, daughter of T. E. Jeffries of Freehold, celebrated her eleventh birthday last week with a party, and Fred Crotchfelt of the same place celebrated his twelfth birthday in a similar manner. A Temporary Pastor. Rsv. John Montgomery Rich of Has-brouck Heights, N. J.. has been called by the vestry of St. James church of Long Branch to be priest in charge of the parish pendiog the selection of a rector. A Farmers Change. Daniel P. Brewer, who has hnd charge of the Ravine farm at Matawan for Bev-ral years, will go to Pennsylvania in the spring to take charge of a large stock farm. A Milk Route Sold. Benjamin DuBois Smock of Wicka-tunk has bought the milk route of J. E. Smith at Matawan. William D. Van-Pelt will have charge of the route for Mr. Smock. Athletic Club Elects Officers. The Freehold high school athletic club has elected Wheaton Chambers presi dent, Harold McDermott vice president, Dick Segoine collector, R. N. Senter treasurer, and Louis Kahle secretary. Bathing Grounds Leased. Captain George Watson of Long Branch has leased the Pannaci bathing grounds at Sea Bright for three years. He will build about 75 new bath bouses and make extensive improvements. A Birthday Surprise. Mrs. Sarah E. Hyres of Freehold re ceived a surprise visit last week in celebration of ner sixtieth birthday. The party was arranged by her daughter, Mrs. .A, P. Applegate. v yv - V w' w W W W W W W W W () () o. () () () () () () m CJ IP , . A., " Atmospheric changes, in spite of your precautions, frequently give people a cold. Is it surpris- q ing, then, that such changes as', we have along the Jersey coast affect pianos? .-True, some are j ( ) affected more easily than others. " . - -' ' . - C (),. () Thirty-five years , experience on x the coast has given us the opportunity to select makes of pianos that are made with the necessary precaution to withstand our climate. I can show you pianos ; j O fifteen years old without a spot of rust on the strings. ' . - - y " () () Pianos sold by me are made particularly to give service under these trying' changes, and the (j q tone, touch and casework tell their own story. Any piano offered for sale by me will give better 5) and longer service than other makes. ' . If STOROTS, of Cowse. O - : - ' P A ' - WWW Manasquans Xsw Club. A young mens league has been formed at Manasquan for mutual intellectual improvement. Joel Parker is president, Edward Lyman is secretary and Howard Height is treasurer. Church Work Unsatisfactory. The new steel ceiling in Calvary Methodist church at Keyport is unsatisfactory and the contractors have agreed to do the work over without expense to the church. Howells New Collector. Egbert H. VanSchoick has been appointed collector of Howell township to fill the unexpired term of his father, John H. VanSchoick, who died a few weeks ago. Xew Officers of Uniform Rank. The uniform rank of the Knights of Pythias of Long Branch has elected Albert Embley captain, Marquis Bergh-stromer secretary and Uriah Bennett treasurer. A Jewish Bathing Pool. A kosha micf&b, or bathing pool, is being erected in the Temple Israel at Long Branch. The pool is essential for the strict observance of the orthodox teaching. A Freehold Residence Sold. Harvey Willet of Camden has bought the F. G. Sterling residence on Broad street at Freehold. His father-in-law, George Livezey, will occupy the house. Temperance Work Among Children. Mrs. Thomas Dawson has been appointed assistant secretary for junior temperance work in Keyport. A class of children has been organized. An Engagement Announced. The engagement is announced of Miss Ella Hunt Vanderveer, daughter of D. A. Vanderveer of Freehold, to Bowen Bancroft Smith of New York. Fell and Broke Her Arm. A few days ago Mrs. C. D. Etnson Lockwood of Freehold Blipped on a spool of cotton at her home and fell, breaking a bone in her right arm. Long Branch Lathers Organise. Long Branch lathers have organized a union with 26 charter members and the union has been admitted to the building trades council. A Divorce From His Wife. Heber P. Smith of Lakewood has secured an absolute divorce from his wife, Mary B. Smith of Southard, on the ground of desertion. Lyceum Club Elects Officers. TbeLvceumclubof Long Branch has elected John G. Sexton president, A. W. Hillis recording secretary, and Almond Carley treasurer. Operated o nor Appendicitis. Percy Holmes of Allenwood was operated on for appendicitis at the Long Branch hospital last week. His condition is favorable. Preparing to Fight Fire. A movement is on foot. at Farming-dale to buy ladders and buckets for use in fighting fire. The town has no fire department. e Suffering With Liver Trouble. William Craig, night engineer at the Sea Girt farm, is undergoing treatment for liver trouble at the Long Branch hospital. Smithburgs Xew Blacksmith, Thomas L. Roe of Ardena has leased the blacksmith shop and house of Alexander Parker at Smithburg for the coming year. Keyport Iltmsn Gets a Present. Friends of Mrs. James Camp of Key-port paid her a surprise visit last week and took along a handsome lamp as a gift. A Collarbone Broken. Mrs. Richard Bedle of Matawan fel down the cellar steps of her home laBt week and broke her collarbone. There is hardly a home in Shrews bury, Middletown, Holmdel, Eatontown and Atlantic townships where The Reo-IsTEB is not taken. Adv. SEWING MACHINES FOR SALE or eirbang. Any make von want. Repairing and cleaning done by a machinist. Zt year experience. All work guaranewd for ft yea re. My charge la to rent op. Bella, needles and oil cans for sale. Clocks and watches repaired and cleaned. Drop me a postal card, will call at your bouse. Oflloa la William N. Worthier1 coal offloe oo Burrows, street, near the depot. XddrsM G. W. Woodward, agent. Red Bank, N. I. Depot Wag'ons. i The most popular carriages today are Depot :: Wagons, or Rockaways. We carry a full line -of them, with glass all to drop, making either an open or a closed carriage at will. Also the same with glass front and doors, and ;; with curtains. The prices on these are right. We are about giving away some second-hand carriages. Better look them i; over and select what you need. Dont forget, we have the best Buggies on ;; the market. J. W. MOUNT a BRO. OUR FACTORY AND REPOSITORY: Cor., White St. and Maple Ave Red Bank, N. J. When You Need a Plumbfer Call on us. You will not regret it. You will be very glad of it. We do excellent work, and our charges are only reason able. We work on the principle that a satisfied customer is our best advertisement. We furnish estimates of any kind promptly and cheerfully. SABATH& WHITE, 16 tad 18 Fraat BU Rad Bank, fl.J. ALLAIRE & SON, TELEPHONE 69. Offices : 20 Broad Street, Red Bank, N. J. SELL INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE AND EFFECT LOANS. REPRESENT HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK AND OTHER LEADING COMPANIES. ESTABLISHED 1873. r v & Xiao all other leading brands, as wen as Peach Trees. 2, 3, 4, 6 and 6 feet. $3, $4. $5, $6 and $7.00 Per 100. 60 nt 100 Rates. VARIETIES. Amsden, Trath Early, Mountain Rose, Champion, Old Mixon, El-bera, Reeves Favorite, Stump, Sut-phins Late, Susquehanna, Globe, Red Rareripe, Stephens Rareripe, Smock and Lovetts White. Will ripen about as named down the line. J. H. O'HAGAN, Little Silver N. J. I Bucklins Beans, tis of thee Who suit us to a T, Of thee we sing. For thee well always vote, On thee we simply dote, From every persons throat, Let praises ring. v

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