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The Pleasantville Press
Volume 20. PLEASANTVILLE, NEW JERSEY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1912. Number 24. BUY YOUR GROCERIES Where “Quality” is first considered, and then Prices Made as Low as Possible Below you will find a few articles listed for Balance of Week: BEST POTATOES .... 65c Basket String Beans, very good. .3, cans 25c Borden's, or Sharp’s Milk, tall.3 for 25c . Asparagus Tips .20c can India Relish or Pickles.9c bot. Nat. Bis. Co.’s Soda Crackers. .8c lb Stuffed Olives, large bot.20c Pure Lard.2 lbs. 25c. Wilbur’s Cocoa %-lb. 9e„ %-lb... 18c Vanilla Ext., 10c size.8c 'hot. Plums, large can..f.12c Taipioca .8c pkig. Peaches, large can....13c / 'Good Crushed Corn.3 cans 25c Good Peas .l^e can Paris Com .y#.... 12c can Good Print Butter.15c tt> Mother’s or pecker’s Oats . . 3 Packages 25c LUTZ’S QUALITY STORE Main St. and Pleasant Ave. S . c. S. LUTZ, Prop. Bel1 Phone 203 iREDUCTlON^ [1 IN MEN’S 1 Hats and Furnishings I DERBY HATS $2 & $2.50 . $1.65 $3.$2.35 SOFT HATS $2.$1.65 $1.50 . . . $1.15 $1 ..... . 85c | $1.50 Shirts. $1.20 | | $1 Shirts . . . 85c | 50c “ 3 for $1.35 | I 50c Neckwear . 39c § | 25c Neckwear . 19c 1 I $1.50 Gloves $1.24 | | $1 Gloves . . 85c | I Underwear, $1.00 per Suit.89c f Underwear, $2.00 per Suit .... $1.75 f , NEVERRIPUM OVERALLS .... 50c f 1 1 HOSBACH’S ::: HOSBACH’S Most sensational sale ever held in Pleasant- | | ville. It seems almost beyond belief, but every | word is true. No other store shows you such | | bargains. | We have taken our whole stock and turn it | ' | over to you. 1 | GREATEST $1.00 SALE EVER HELD ,j | See What A Dollar Will Buy f I Ladies' Shoes, low or high ^ 1 heel, Tan, Gun Metal, Pat. Jp 1 • OO | I Colt, $1.50 and $2 values at a Pair I h I Boys' and Little Men's Shoes, 1 Tan, Satin Calf, Box Calf, -g r\f\ § sizes 10 to 5 1-2, $1.50 1 | to $2 values at ... . air I jfour choice of any $1.50 or $2 Umbrella 1 >1.00 each, Men's or Ladies' | >1.50, $2.00, $2.50 values 1 >ice of any HAT, Derby and Soft, 1 colors Black, Brown and all the leading | shades, sizes 6i to 7i, at $1.00 each " 1 Men's Dormet Flannel, 3 Shirts for $1.00 l (Sizes 14 to 17-in., with or without collar | The Famous $1.50 Cluett Shirts now $1.00 ij Come see the greatest line of Good, Dependable and Reliable Goods £ "• n can buy for $1.00. Onr thirteen years of business stands back of I every article you purchase. Don’t forget—« ^ I jl P. O. Block Pleasantville ij Royal Arcanum’s > Successful Meeting Grand Regent Arnold and Others Deliver Addresses.—Local Talent Render Excellent Program. Perhaps the most successful entertain ment ever held in Pleasairtville by the Royal Arcanum was the open meeting of South Jersey Council, No. 812, in Red Men’s Hall last Monday evening.' More than a hundred persons were present, and every number on the program was thoroughly enjoyed. The Ladies Mando lin Club, under the leadership of Mrs. Somerville, furnished the instrumental music in a most delightful manner. The Male Quartette, composed of Messrs. Smith, Hallam, Long and Wilson, were at their best and supplied two pleasing numbers. Geo. B. Somerville tilled in with *'A Few Remarks” which were to the point and very gratifying to Arca nians and the audience genera'll}'. Mrs. Arthur Ryon sweetly sang a solo and Mrs. E. J. Hazel ton, gave a humorous recitation, both of which were liberally encored. Addresses upon the advanta ges of membership in the order were de livered by Deputy Frank H. Walls, Mr. W. F. Tower of Relief Council, and Grand Regent Joseph M. Arnold. These gen tlemen told of the great good accom plished since the organization of the Ar canum, the millions of dollars paid to widows and orphans of deceased mem bers, and recited many Cases where the Arcanum certificate was the only thing that saved families from poverty and want. Its great financial strength and its standing among the fraternal insur ance organizations''of the country were recited, and m^ny telling points made. There are in jjhe State of New Jersey 115 Councils with a membership of near ly 211,000, the grand membership of the order being 250,000, divided among 2,000 Councils. Photographer Kirscht took a flashlight of the assemblage, following which ice cream and cake were served, it is safe 'to predict tbal a number of applications will result from the meet ing. . OSTROM CONSERVATION COMMITTEE. Following is tile complete List of those elected on the committee to conserve the j work accomplished by the recent Ostrora i meetings: Wesley M. K. Church—J. A. MoAnnev, | Samuel E. Reilev, L. D. Champion, E. i C. Weeks, Harry Wood, Harry Scull, | Elias Mason, Harvey Parker, John F. i Lamar, Captain John E. Blake, Frank i Webb, Clarence Dougherty. | First Baptist Church—George H. Ad i ams, David R. Adams, Frank Cramer, 1 Gilbert Harris, George E. Hodges, Daniel | M. Ingersoll, Roland Hake, Samuel Lip . pincott, AJvin P. Risley. Elihu Reid, j Mulford T. Sharp, T. Hubert Smith, First Pretbyterian Church—Charles W. Ingersoll, Edward Helfrich, John Race, Ezra ‘Lake, Preston B. Adams, Samuel (farton, D. W. MacMillan, Thomas G. Hailam, Mervyn Wilson, E. J, Hazel ton, Doughty C. Tinner. diaries Koehler. Fred. Winch. St. John’s M. P. Church—Absalom Hewitt, Fred. Parsels, Henry Reiner, David Fairbrothers. Mark Ireland. Olive Branch C. M. Church—Harry E. Parsels, Peter Maumery, Jr., John H. Adams, A. E. Connelly, Allen J. Adams, George Thurlow. St. Mark’s Episcopal Church—Fred. G. Pile, C. M. Chattle, E. H. Schnierle, B. E. Whitman, R. M. Willis, Ralph Pow ell, D. S. LeOompte, Charles D. Speak man, Edward H. Ennis. Salem M. E. Church—R. L. Race, John F. Ryon, Timothy Mathis. William H. Mathis, Pardon Ryon, John S. Weaver, IL c.. Thomas. Arthur P. Ryon, George Zippier, Peter B. Risley. Mt. Pleasant M. P. Chure#—Martin S. Lee, Samuel Jones, Mr. Omtev, Edward Adams, Harry Adams, Charles Barrett. John P. Adams, Ezra Johnson, Lewis Oarty, E. F. Baker. George H. Adams is the chairman and Doughty C. Turner secretary of the committee. The committee will meet in the FJirst Presbyterian Church next Thursday eve ning. DOINGS OF ODD FELLOWS. Lewis Parker Encampment has install ed the fallowing officers for the ensuing year: Chief Patriarch—Elihu Reed. Sr. Warden—Elwood Scull. High Priest—Daviid R. Adams. Inner Guard—Isaac Adams. Outside Guard—'Frank Blackman. •Scribe—Walton Risley. There will be a district meeting in Adams Hall on the second Monday eve ning in March. There will also be a District Meeting on February 28th, by Union Lodge, No. 213, in Red' Mens Hall. QUEEN ESTHER CIRCLE. _ The Queen Esther Circle, of Wesley M. I E. Church, met at the home of Mrs. Ja cob Frendlich, 117 N. Second street, Mon day evening, Feb. l!M>h. After the busi ness of the society was transacted, re freshments were served and a very pleas ant social evening was spent. All young ladies over fourteen years of age are in vited to come and join with us. Meeting the third Monday evening of each month. Signed, SARAH WEEKS, Prost. BIBLE STUDY. A cottage meeting and Bible Study will be conducted on'Wednesday night" by Evangelist George W. Spies, at the .home of Mr. F. H. Williams, No. 87 Ad ams avenue The subject for the eve nting will be: “The Bible Prophecy; or ry of the World.” vibed. In The Social World ' Pleasantville Visitors and Other Items of a Personal Nature. Alisa Gertrude Harris, of Philadelphia, is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Willis. M'iss Florence Raikes, of Atlantic City, spent last week with Miss Margie Wag ner. Mrs. Godfrey Fairbrothers and child ren have gone south to spend several weeks. m Miss Eva A. Webb was tiie Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Karrer, of Chelsea. Miss Emma Lacey, of Atlantic City, spent several days last week with Miss Margie Wagner. Mass Mary Trout, of Camden, X. J., was the guest of Mrs. J. Frendlich on Friday of last week. Mrs. Carl Gaskill *und Mrs. Robert L. ■Race are among the indisposed. The grippe has nad the advantage of them. Mrs. Elizabeth R. Kettler, of Brighton Place, has returned home, after spending the winter with her son, Charles Kettler, of East Orange, X. J. Air. and Airs. Alelbourne^ Sooy, of Leeds Point, are spending the winter at Somers Point, at the home of their daughter, i^rs. -Job Risley. Alias Bessie Bower entertained at her home in Jfcseeon at bridge last Thurs day afternoon Misses Florence Babcock, Edna Lee, Pearl Adams, Irene Farr, Elizabeth Willis, Aire. W. H. Speakman and Airs. Bertram E. Whitman. Air. and Airs. -Jacob Frend'lich enter tained at dinner on Lincoln’s Birthday, Rev. and Airs. Sherman G. Pitt, and sons, Lawrence and Alalcolm, 'Airs. Edna I. Cale and Aliss Emma Lacey, of Atlantic City, and Mrs. Esther Tilton, of Abse con. Air. and Airs. John Sooy and daughter, Clara Virginia, of I-eeds Point, and Air. and Mrs. James E. Sooy, of,Xorth Abse con, spent' a short time with friends in Atlantic City on Saturday. They were guests during the week of Air. and Airs. Job RisH»y. of Somers Point. BOARD OF TRADE REORGANIZED. According to notice given in The Pleasantville Press, a number of citizens met at the office of R. P. Thompson on Monday evening to reorganize the Board of Trade of Pleasantville. Temporary organization was effected by the election of the following officers: President—R. P. Thompson. Secretary—Norman Shi mi. Treasurer—A. E. Danielson. Trustees—Wm. M. Goff, Samuel Lip pftneott, D. W. MacMillan, R. A. Gale and Herman Ivirscht. A committee consisting of the Presi dent and the Secretary was elected to submit a rough draft of constitution and by-laws, and to prepare and submit cer tificate of incorporation. It was decided that the name be "The Board of Trade of Pleasantville, N. J.,” and the object be to promote the general welfare of the municipality. AnotlieT meeting will be held Monday evening next at 7.30 P. M., at Mr. Thompson’s office. SCHOOL BOARD PASSES* RESOLUTIONS. The Board of Education of Pleasant ville met Thursday, Feb. 15th. Routine business, consisting of the payment of bills, etc., was disposed of. A Resolution was adapted that all fire insurance hereafter be placed through Pleasantville agents. A communication was received from Excelsior Council, Jr. O. U. A. M., rela tive to fire escapes, petitioning the boa/d to include cost of placing same in budget to be submitted to voters at com ing election. The elerx was ordered to find out probable cast and report to next meeting. A Resolution instructing all principals to organize and maintain fire drills in their respective buildings was passed. A Resolution was adopted calling up on the Custodian of School Moneys to be more prompt in honoring orders of the board. Subscribe to The Pleasantville Press. Wood, Iron, Paper Muslin and Electric GoldWork on Glass A Specialty M. A. FRITSCH, Hampden Aye Phone 216-x FOR Stationery & Candies Cigars & Tobaccos ; And Novelties of All Kinds Visit I Lear's Novelty Shop ; 35 S. Main St. i Pleasantville. ^_ ! Bell Phone 2205-Y j We Buy Contents of Houses Call or Send Postal ; Mathews! . New and Second-Hand Furniture j Bought and Sold nog Arctic Ave. Atlantic City,N.J. Just one square from Shore ■ Fast Line ' We conduct Auction Sales at your ! 30000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 I THE WEAVER STORE | THE WEAVER STORE | THE FINAL CLEAN-UP This is the time of year when the merchant g finds broken lots of Winter Goods on his g shelves that he does not care to carry over g until the next season. He wants to make room g for his New Spring Goods. This is the shape g we find ourselves in at this time. We have g gotten all these goods together and are putting g them out at g GREAT REDUCTIONS 1 ' \ • -• " ' ■ >- .4 MacMillan Studio Pleasantville, N. J. The Latest and Best Pictures of Dr. Henry Ostrom Now on Sale Circulating Library To Be Opened This Week The best and most care ful attention given to all kinds of Home - Studio Portraiture. DR. I. SHARPE and Saturday: Prime Rib Roast 14c COFFEY’S MEAT MARKET 57 N. MAIN ST. PLEASANTVILLE, N. J. We can fill your orders with the Choicest Meats promptly. Call us up for prices. Phone No. 156. Phone orders given prompt attention. Victor Victrolas # I have taken the agency for Victor-Victrolas, and will keep in stock at all times several of these machines, together with the lat est records as they are issued. Come hear them. We will glad ly give you a free entertainment from any records you may desire. - C. W. LEAR The Novelty Store, 35 S. Main St., Pleasantville. or-j . ^ ’ A GOOD THING. This will be the verdict if you use our Dixie or Aurora Coffees. You will find them rich, invigorating, and pleasing to the palate. They are always freshly roasted on our own premises, and we have the only coYee roaster in town. At 25c and 30c a pound, they are the best value obtainable. Orr coffee Co. 2407 ATLANTIC AVENUE. ATLANTIC CITY. N.J. I DO YOUR EYES PAIN YOU? I r/ Have Headaches’ Perhaps You Need Glasses. Consult an Experi enced Optician. 0*1.1 13 South Main Street DCltCI PleasantviUe, N. J.