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KEYPORT MATAWAN
MONMOUTH CO"'
Another Bargain Sale
AT
GREENSPANS'
Pull
Weights
and
Measures
Guaranteed
We've set out to make this Three-day Sale a banner event and with that end in view
we ve assembled about as strong a mass of bargains as we ever offered. Each individual of
fering is a wonder in itself. It'g really unnecessary to tell you that as they all speak for them
selves. You won't find their equal anywhere else—of that we are positive. We're known
for doing great things in grocery selling, and we're regarded as the most aggressive bargain
serving merchants in this vicinity. We'll more than uphold our reputation with such bar
gains as these. All are far below the regular selling price. Look over this list carefully—
figure out how much money you can save—then hurry here.
This Sale for Friday,Saturday,Monday
Coupon
AAA/1 vra I
20 Elk Stamps FREE
with a Dollar
Purchase
Extra
Above Regular
Amount.
IJMEEDA
BISCUITS
3zC
FLOUR
MOUSER'S BEST.
10 Stamps with each bag.
a4^-lb bag.
c
COCOA
Walter Baker's Cocoa.
j£-lb cans ....
17c
I "
Swift's Premium
Sugar
nice, lean, tender
r- i hbhhesih^ Sugar Cured
Cured B IMIIikJ uams,ib. . . .
18c
Eggs
The best Western —
per doz .
25c
Milk
Peerless or Van Camps
3 cans
25c
Catsup
* Blue Label—
fcftge bottle......
20c
cs*
Seeded Raisins
Purple Circle—
reg. price 8c; 6 pkgs
25c
Campbell's Baked Beans
With Tomato Sauce
3 cans for
25c
Early June Peas
3 cans
Cal. Hams
Swift's best Cal. Hams,
lb.
131c
Root Beer
Hire's —
2 bottles
25c
ratmaiu
Cole mans'—
per can
13c
Creamery Butter 0%
Fresh and sweet, sold everywhers
for 350 and 36c a lb. Our price, lb.
Ralston
Breakfast Food—
Per Pkg.
25c
Corn
New York State,
3 can*.
25c
10 Elk Stamps Free
With Each of the Following Articles:
{ package Bird Seed joc
j package Bird Gravel ioc
i package Farina, fresh ioc
i package Tapioca, freih roc
r package Sago, fresh ioc
i box Corn Starch 1 oc
i box E. Starch ioc
i box Hominy, fresh ioc
i can Brass Polish........ i oc
i large bottle Blueing ioc
1 bottle Ammonia. ioc
i large bag of Salt ioc
i box Shinola ioc
: bottle Cider or White Vinegar ioc
I package Macaroni ioc
i can Mustard Sardines ioc
i package Cocoanut" ice
i bottle Lemon Extract 15c
1 bottle Vanilla 15c
Tea and Coffee
COFFEE
The very best Coffee, lb 30c
80 Elk Stamps with 1 lb.
COFFEE
Finest Coffee, lb 2SC
60 Elk Stamps Free with 3 Iba.
10 Elk Stamps Free with
1 lb. Santos Coffee, lb 19c
BAKIN6P0WDER
120 Elk Stamps Free
With i-lfy. can Baking Powder 4fio
100 Stamps
Free with i lb. be«t Tea, any flavor, lb. .6O0
70 Stamps .
Free with 1 lb. of Tea, any flavor, lb. 50c
GREENSPAN BROTHERS
SMITH STREET, CORNER ELM.
:—-Jt&b :— —
WEST END PHAEMACY t
3. fcCLLDIBHEQEB. Proprietor.
|p£h' jtjL •
E^*t/i|4ion« Carefully Filled It tod
J. F. BURNS & SON
PLUMBING, HEATING,
SHEET METAL WORK.
BAB WOBK AND HUPPI.T1CM
Tel. coo. 67, Hew
GOTH ELECTRICAL 00.
Contractors.
Electrical Fixture#. Houie Wlrln*,
B«J1 Wiring. Annunciator*,
Motor* »nd Switchboard Work ftnfl Lina
.y*' ^Itff0rBUtl0U.",,>nd«d to
j| "Kodiuiu £ A dletluet J'i
MATAWAN MAN
HAS BANNER |
TOMATO CROP
Matawan, Aug. 18:—Barnes Ar
rowsmlth,. of this place, has the ban
ner tomato crop of th« county. Last
week he shipped to New York by the
steamer J. B. Collins, 150 crates of
Imperial totnatoes. because of|
their superior quality, Mr. Arrow
smith received (2 per orate for
them. His shipments have aver
aged nearly 100 orates per day, all
of which sold for a fancy price.
Although the showers of the past
week were light, the crops were
was not helped to any great extent,
! as the rain came too late, but other
vegetables, such as celery, melons,
evergreen sweet corn and stone to
matoes, as well aa field oorn, al
ready show improvement. Qrass is
"greening up" and some farmers
are breaking up ground preparatory
to sowing clover, timothy and rye.
Because of Increased shipments,
prices have fallen. Tomatoes hare
dropped from $4.00 to $1.00 a orate,
cucumbers are worth around seven
ty-flve cents, while sweet oorn
brings from $1.50 to $2 per hun
dred ears.
James O. Hendrlckson, of Middle
town, Is oonsldered an authority on
raising muskmelons. The Jenny
Lind is a favorite variety. This
year he has twenty acres planted In
j these melon* and he expects about
sixty per cent, of an average crop.
He has begun to ship a few melons,
which were sold for $2.50 per half
barrel basket. Last year Mr. Hen
drickson's melon crop netted him
over $6,000.
George H. Wlllett, of Port Mon
mouth, hag a field of Metropolitan
sweet corn which contains about
four acres. Michael Murphy, of
that place, who Is engaged In the
produce commission business In New
York, has bought Mr. Wlllett's en
tire orop in the field for $2 per hun
dred. ft Is estimated 4the yield will
average 7,500 ears peT acre.
These large crops are exceptions
this year, of course, and the great
majority of the truckers In the bay
shore section are still pretty well
discouraged over the crop failure
caused by the long dry spell.
MANY CARPENTERS ARE
IDLE AT REO BANK
Red Bank, Aug. 18:—Work for
the carpenters at Red Bank baa
slackened and It 1# estimated that
at least fifty mechanics were walk
ing the streets with nothing to do.
Until a week or eo ago all were ap
parently quite busy but the last f»w
days the work on hand has been fin
ished and no new jobs have taken
their place. A number of the car
penters are thinking of going out of
town. It Is probable that some will
find employment at Perth Amboy,
Newark or In the Oranges. There
art a few Jobs in Red Bank now un
der way.
Open Store at Highlands.
Highlands, Aug. 12:—The Ameri
can Clothing Company, who have
been conducting a store in Broad
street, Red Bank, havd rented the
Wolloughby building In Bay avenue
and will conduct a sale there for
fifteen days, beginning Saturday.
Marlboro Man's Sale.
Marlboro, Aug 12:—John Shoe
maker sold ten baskets of canta
loupes yesterday at a dollar a bas
ket.
LAZY LIVER
"I find Cascfireta pq good that I <pould
not Be Without thtm. t was troubled a
sfrs*t deal with torpid Jlver *nd be*d*<^e.
Now since taking C*»caret» Candy Cathar
tic I feel very much twtter. I shall 0<t>
tainly recommend tijsoi to my friends u
the best medicine I have ever seen."
Anna Budget,
Osbora Mill No, a, Pall River, Mat*.
happened to
shore some distune.
culminated in a story-Uv
Tuesday, when the girl, Mls«
Juice, and the young man, Godfrey
Phillips, were married In the Little
Church Around the Corner, In New
York.
On August 9, 1909, the accident
happened on the Shrewsbury river
at Highlands opposite the Riverside
oottage of Samuel Strpuss. Miss
Juice at that time had not met
Phillips, who was boarding at the
same hotel, but the informal intro
duction Served Its purpose, as can
be readily seen.
Late Tuesday afternoon the hap
py coupl^ decided to apettd their
honeymoon at the !jc$n$ i)t their
first acquaintance aid telegraphed
to the proprietor of t\e coluge that
they would be there late in the even
ing. The new# Wat not long In
spreading and about fifty Of the
guests who Were acoualnt«d with
Mrs. Phillips went t<t tjj* station
with tb« ohlef Ingredient <jt rice
pudding to await tn# {trrival of the
"newlyweds," Th« couple stepped
from tb« tfaln in utter amaiement
when the showers of rice 6afti4 down
upon theni, but, whllf greatly em
barrassed, took the joke good na
turedly.
They proceeded to the cottage and
there found an elaborate supper
awaiting them, prepared by the pro
prietor. This was enjoyed by many
of the friends of the coiiple.
They soon retired to their rooms,
and about half an hour leter were
aroused by a terrific din. It turned
out to be serenaders who decided to
give their entire welcome to the
couple the first night, and thereaf
ter allow them to enjoy their domes
tlo felicity without molestation.
THIEF DISAPPEARS ANB
LEAVES liPUDENT NOTE
Red Bank, Aug. 1^—"I've got my
getaway; good-bye," were the con
tents of a note left by Ernest Bew,
a negro w&iter in the Shrewsbury
Inn, Oceanic, yesterday, after leav
ing, It Is alleged, with clothing val
ued at $100 and cash belonging to
patrons of the hotel. Ha Was last
6een going toward Seabrlght, where,
it is supposed, he took a boat for
New York.
MATAWAN
Charles Carman and his nephew,
Steve Avery, have returned from a
trip to Atlantic City In the latter's
auto.
Mr, and Mrs, W, G. Bedle have
been entertaining Mr. and Mrs. E.
J. Carhart, of Canada. Mr. Battle's
mother Is a Bister of Mr. Carhart.
Mr, and Mrs. John Terhune, Miss
Kathryn Terhune and Mies Ethel
Lewis returned yesterday from their
automobile trip in the south.
Mrs. Newmap and daughter Ad
dle, who have been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. M. A, White for some time,
have returned to their home at Ma
nasquau.
H. M. Btilwell, of Belmar, Is
spending several days on his farm
here.
Gilbert Caslraghl and Jack Lyon,
former Glepwood students, have
been renewing old acquaintances
here the pwt week, stopping at the
Mat&wan House.
Bert Car.tan is taking a two
weeks' vacation from his duties In
the bank and Is spending his time
in automobile and trolley trips to
various points of interest. Mr.
Cartan is accompanied by his wife
on these trips.
Cabbages in Pledge.
There ll one pawnbroking establish
ment In connection with Covent Gar
den market that is absolutely -without
a rival. This pawnbroklDg license en
ables the holder to lend mosey on gar
den and other produce by special con
tracts that only hold good for forty
eight hours as the extreme limit
Many a good load of fruit, (lowers 01
vegetables that may arrive late fof one
market or that may not be instantly j
salable is pledged. Next morning the,
stuff can ifther be redeemed or sold
by the broker—London Graphic.
yw.MV^ vv»"»« WVVUV,
the clerk. The attorney stated il.^
since the transaction had been con
summated legally, and the time and
place of hearing of appeals against
the assessments had been properly
published and few. If any, of the
protest'ants appeared then, he could
seen no reason why the assessments
should again be considered; also
that if a reopening of the matter
was gt-anted at this time It would
be Impossible to conjecture hjow
many additional reoonslderations
would be asked for in the future.
The clerk was ordered to send a
copy of the opinion to Judge J. E.
Foster, counsel for the property
owners who protested.
For some weeks past complaints
have been made as to the manner In
which the roads of the borough
were being lett by the Monmouth
Contracting Company after laying
lands Gas Company. Last evening
a strenuous "kick" was entered over
the manner In which the ditches
where the house connections were
made were left after the pipes were
laid. It was ordered that the mat
ter be taken up with the contract
ing company at once.
The resignation of S. I. Vander
beek as a member of the borough
Board' of Health was read and ac
cepted. Tlie mayor appointed W. T.
Franklin to fill the vacancy.
One of the most Important issues
now to be taken up by the borough
is the purchase of new filters for the
borough. This matter was taken up
some time ago and, since a bond
Issue Is necessary, an election was
held at that time and the proposi
tion defeated. The council then
had to meet the emergency in the
best manner possible and has ex
pended nearly $2,000 In patching up
the present filters. However, the
filters seem to be one mass of patch
es and useless.
Tie new filters w'lll cost from -$ 3
500 to $4,500, and are now a neces
sity. Attorney Sweeney was ordered
to draw up the necessary papers for
a bond issue. Atlantic Highlands Is
rated by the State Board of Healfh
as having the best table water, but
•""•pntiv the breaking of the filters
has made It almost unusable.
KEYP0RT
Miss Josephine Maag, of Brook
lyn, who has been spending some
time at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Ferdinand Maag, on Front street,
has returned to her home in Brook
lyn. ^
Charles Curlew is having his r««
ldence in First street ipiproved by
the rebuilding of his porch.
Mrs. Frank J. Lynch, of New
York city,. who has been spending
the past week at the home of Dr.
and Mrs. Garrett G. Hoagland, in
Front street, has returned to her
home In New York.
Leon thickworth, formerly of this
plaoe, now of Newtown, Pa., Is vis
iting his friend. G. Fritz Hoagland,
at Ms home in Front street.
John Harold Hendrickson, of this
place, who has been spending a
week's vacation from his duties In
the Keyport Banking Company, at
Shcoharie Mansion, Elka Park, N.
Y., returned to his home in FirBt
street, herd, Wednesday.
Karl Mathiasen, of this place, is
enjoying a rest with his family at
"Camp Danmark," In the Adiron
dack Mountains.
Loster McClane, of New York
city, is spending a week's vacation
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rich
ard 9. White, in Osborne street.
Miss Bertie Hepp ,of New York
city, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. A.
Philo, ta her horn# In Broadstreet.
Mrs. Hetty Knapp and Mrs. Mary
E. June, both of Atlantic Highlands,
who have been spending a few days
with Mrs. Matilda Hoff, at her home,
in First street, have returned to
their homes in Atlantic Highlands.
Captain Herman O. Bauer and
daughter, Georgia, of this place,
have returned to their home In
Broad street, after a week's stay In
Maine.
The number of prominent men
and women connected with the Red
Bank enterprise and Interested in it
indicates its quality. The character
of the entertainment provided at
the fairs of 1903 find 1909 has be
stowed upon it the title of "The
Blue Ribbon Fair ot New Jersey."
M. Rice, a wealthy resident of
Atlantio Highlands, is president of
the Fair Asosclaiion and he is sup
ported by a etaft of prominent offi
cials Wh6 have been closely identi
fied with this Glass of worthy. The ,
staff Includes J. A. Haskell, first
vice-president | Rpbert Hartshorne, 1
second vlofr-preeldent) Charles D. j
HalBey, treasurer, afid Edgar A.
Slots, secretary and general mana
ger. Mr. Slote's office as secretary j
and manager of the fair association
Is in East Front street, Red Bank,
opposite the Globe Hotel.
Every effort possible is being
made by the officials and directors of
the association to make the fair a
grand success and many more de
partments, in charge of the compe
tent directors, will be added this
year.
BELFORD MAN SUCCEEDED
IN LIFTING 1,055 LBS
Belford, Aug. i2—Constable John
Brewer is the ohamplon strong iron
of this community. Monday he
raised the lifting machine at Captain
David Wilson's store until the Indi
cator registered 1,055 pounds.
Clerk Leaves Belfordi,
Jesse G. Webster, who was em
ployed at one time as clerk in John
son's store at Belford, is now en
gaged in the grocery business at
Tarlffvllle, Conn. *
Peel: Tired—
So Tired?
TiZ Makes Sick Feet Well No Matter
What Ails Them.
TIZ acts at once and makes tired,
aching:, swollen feet remarkably fresh
and sore proof.
It's the sure remedy, you know, for
everything; that gets the matter with
your feet. It's f<5r Bore feet and for
sweaty, bad-smelling f£et, and for
cornB, callouses and bunion*, too.
"For year* X have been troubled with
stove aud lenfler feet; guttered intense
Have had the assistance of
physicians without relief* X bought a
box of TIZ, which worked a perfect
cure, as it has with a great many of
my friends. I would not be without it.
All it requires is to be known to be
universally used." A. F. Dreutser, Chi
cago. #
TIZ is not a powder. Powders and
other foot remedies clog up the pores.
TIZ draws out all poisonous exuda
tions which bring on soreness of the
feet, and is the only remedy that does.
TIZ cleans out every pore and glori
fies the feet—your feet.
You'll never limp again or draw up
your face in pain, and you'll forget
about your oofnd, bunions and cal
louses. You'll feel like a new person.
TIZ is for sale at all druggists, 29
cents per box, or it will be sent you
direct, If you wish, from Walter Luth- •
er Dodgo & Co.. Chicago. 111.
R. O. N.
Automobile Oils and Greases
T
Wax Floor Dressing Crude Oil, Linoleum Oil
Bowling Alley Oil " , ^ Pine and Maple Floor Dressing
LIQUID WAX AND BAK POLISHING OIL
PURE ANIMAL OIL LUHKiCATifiG GiL CRAPHITE AXLE GREASE PURE ANIMAL GREASE
CYLINDER OIL ENGINE AND MACHINE OIL AUTOMOBILE OILS AND GREASES AXLE OIL HARNESS DRESSING
PHONOGRAPH AND SEWING MACHINE OIL POLISHING PADS METAL P0Lf$H£S
SANITARY DUST EXTERMINATOR
R. 0. N, Oil# and Greases bear the full guarantee—not only to the garaget; but to all consumers. Drop u» a postal; our repre
sentative will call. Our pricea will interest you.
N. H. ROSEVEAR, rlg'r'Ii. KEYPORT, N.J.
FOE SALE F? MADS S1ANSESL 19? NEW" BRWSWIOK

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