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THE PLEASANTVILLE PRESS
✓ _ ^„ " f " _ ' "- ..- .. ' - - 1"~ Volume 20. PLEASANTVILLE, NEW JERSEY—BEST TOWN ON THE MAP—WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1912. . , - Number 32. ^ Headquarters for “Barrington f Hall” and “Hotel Astor” Coffee Good Print Butter.35c ft Good Crushed Corn.3 cans 25c String Beans . 3 cans, 25c Pull Qt. Jar Cocoa.25c Vanilla Extract. 10c size, 8c bottle % Fancy iRaisins . 10c pkg. Extra large bottle Stuffed Olives... .25c Pure Lard . > • i Hedker’s Cream Farina.*2 pkgs. 25c Pure Baking Powder, lib can.12c Baked Beans, large can. 10c Double dipped Matches.3 boxes, 10c Toilet Paper . 3 rolls, 10c •Fancy Rice, reg. 10c. 8c lb. sack Borden’s or Sharp’s Milk, tall..3 for 2oc . . . 2 lbs. 25c FRESH VEGETABLES AND FRUITS IN SEASON. :? LUTZ’S QUALITY STORE Main St. and Pleasant Ave. C. S. LUTZ, Prop. Bel1 Phone *03 ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooocooooooooo ' i HATS and CAPS Nobby Spring Styles in Men’s Derby Hats All the Popular Shades and Shapes in g MEN’S SOFT HATS 8 | $2.00 $2.00 $2.00 Newest Shapes and Patterns in Caps SOc and $1.00 ]< Complete Assortment of 8 | Men’s Neckwear, Shirts, Hosiery, Gloves | ;5 to be had at 3 I 3 N. MAIM STMEET, PLEASAMTVILLE g J. Norman 'Shinn Carl Adaims SHINN & ADAMS Real Estate Exchange Insurance We are prompt and up-to-date. We solicit your business. Room 5, Bnrkard Bldg. PLEASANTV ILLS, N. J. Bell Phone 39-X. BICYCLES BICYCLES BICYCLES w New & Second-Hand j. ^ Want to Buy a Few Second- g Hand Bicycles. •< r* O o # —• r | 3 Cigars and Tobacco. jg FISHING TACKLE. 3 First Class Barber c g — 3 | WILLIAMS, 5 341 S. Main St. BICYCLES BICYCLES BICYCLES EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING. On Saturday, April 13, the Executive Board of C. M. Churches In the State met at Christ church, and there were quite a nmnSbem present, among them being IPre-sident J. B. Steward, of Phil adelphia; Vice-President A. L. Winans of Millville; Secretary D. W. Doughty of Millville; !Rev. Charles' White, o Camden; Rev. John Snyder, of Haddon field; Mrs. McClure, of Milmay, am others, besides Rev. J. R. Price, . oi Pleasantville, and a large delegation o1 local people. !Al]-day services were held dinner and supper being served in the church hall. Res' Charles White hat charge of the services Sunday. Rev John R. Price was appointed financier and placed in cliarge of Christ Church for another year. VANIMAN MAY LOCATE IN PLEASANTVILLE, The Board Of Trade wrote to Mr Melvin iVaniman, inviting him to locate his airship and plant in Pleasantville in event of its removal from Atlantic City. The secretary, Mr. Shinn, has -re ceived a very satisfactory reply, and it is expected that the move will be made, final decision to be made within ten days. If Pleasantville should be suc cessful in this matter, it iwlll undoubt edly bring thousands of people to tihe 'best town on the map.” In The Social World Pleasantville Visitors and Other Items of a Persona] Nalnre. Miss Blanche Wisliam, who has been quite ill, is rapidly convalescing. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Rvon are visit ing relatives in Washington, D. C. Mrs. Mary R. Fish has returned home aifter spending several weeKs in Florida. Mr. Charles S. Adams, the well known contractor and builder, has been quite ill. Miss Margie Wagner, entertained Sat urday last Miss Elsie Wiise, of Atlantic City. Capt. Lewis H. Barrett has returned home from Florida, where lie spent the winter. Mr3. Seifert, of Washington, D. C., is hi town looking, after her property in terests. Fred. Steelman was on the sick list last week, .but is somewhat better at this writing. Mrs. Harry Raup, of Atlantic City, was the guest of Mrs. Harry Bradley on Thursday. Mrs. Richard T. Risley has as her guest her sisther, Mrs. iSusan Jeffreys, of Steull'Ville. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Smith entertain ed on Friday Mr. and Mrs. D. Edwards, of Bridgeton. ilrs. John Andrews, of 'Atlantic City, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Col lins on Tuesday last. Mrs. David Stetzer entertained on Fri day last Mrs. Laura Strickland and ilrs. Annie Pierce, of Atlantic City. Mr. Frank Gaski'll and family left this week for Tuckerton, X. J., where they will make their future home. Cbas. 'Kiirscht, of West <leave, Pa. spent Sunday with hi'* brother, H Kirsebt, at 08 Brighton Place. Mr. and Mrs. William Dunham, ol Philadelphia, were the guests the past week of their father, Mr. James Ryon. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Collins entertainer during the Easter season Mr. and ill's Charles Garwood and son, of Xew York We wish to congratulate Mr. and Mrs <M. Y. Snyder, of Fifield avenue, upon tin arrival of a son and heir, Tuesday, tApri 0. Mrs. Jacob Frendlieh and Miss Margw Wagner spent Thursday of last week ii Mays Landing, visiting relatives am friends. Mrs. Lynwood M'ntzer and daughter Mrs. Walter Sherman, of Ocean City were the guests on Friday of ilrs. Gear gia C-odlins. Miss -Fra Webb left -for •PlhifaudeLphii on Thursday of laat week, where -she ex pects 'to spend several weeks with he: grandparents. Rev-. Dr. II. R. McClelland and D. W MacMillan are attending a meeting o the Presbytery of -the •Prc-ibyteriai Church at Salem. ilrs. 'Frank Webb received a letter i few days ago from ilrs. Samuel Merviin of Philadelphia, announcing the birth o! another grandson. Congratulations are being 'showered upon Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Moabach up on the advent of a son who arrived al their home Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Xewedl and daugh ter. Miss Hulda Xewell, were week end visitors at the home of Capt. and Mrs Japhet Champion, of Soullville. Drs. H. L. Harley and C. M. Fish at tended a meeting of the Atlantic County .Medical Society at the Holmhurst, At Ian tic City, Hast Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. IRace were tlie hosts at a charming dinner given on I Tuesday evening last. ‘’Hooorees,” Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garwood, of New York. Mr. and Mrs. Steelman', of (Atlanta City; Mr. Joseph Goldberg and Mr. Har vSy Shaw, of (Philadelphia, were enter tained by Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Pierson over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ryan gave a very pretty dinner on Friday evening in hon or of Rev, and Mrs. Belting. The table decorations were of pink carnations and asparagus fern. The childr en and grandchildren of Mrs. W. I. Netwell, Sr., gave her a surprise dinner party on Saturday evening last, tlie occasion being Mrs. Newell’s 77tli birthday anniversary. iWiillilam iJifthouse and his niece, Miss Gladys Hawklins, of Brooklyn, N. Y., have been spending the Easter holidays mith his father, Thomas Lofthouse, who lives on Adams avenue. Mrs. (Alfred Fish entertained over Sun day Miss Emma Howard and Miss Sadie Johnson, of Sal sburv, Md.. and Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Boice and Children, and Mrs. Hester Shaw, of (Absecon. At a party given last Sunday by Mr. George Savage, the large company pres-v ent were entertained by Messrs, -lack Morgan and Joe Crawley, of the Hvgeia Cafe, two of Atlantic City’s best knliwn entertainers. Raymond Snyder left yesterday (Tues day) to take the position which had been offered him by the F. W. Wool worth Co., at Schenectady, N. Y. He is succeeded as driver for t’he local West Chester Laundry by Harry E. Parsels. ’Miss Bessie Willis, who will become a bride early in June, is having one of the most beautiful wedding outfits made abroad that any bride (might well be proud of. The trousseau was ordered many weeks ago, and will be very elabo rate. Miss Willis is the charming daughter of Postmaster and Mrs. R. M. Willis. Aunt Betsy (Risley, aged 05 years, has returned to her home here with her son. "Capt.” Risley. "Aunt Betsy” was the guest for the winter months of Ocean City relatives. Although of such a great age. ‘’Aunt Betsy” is hale and hearty, and has a fine memory. She says she is glad to get (back to her old home along tlie shore once more. Miss Evelyn M. iPeacoek entertained over lEaster at her home on Verona avenue, (Miss Claudine Mann, of Mount Holly, Miss (Elizabeth Boyer, of Wood bury, Miss Irene iSehwartz, of German town, iPa., Miss Clara IRawlev, of .Abse con, Miss Sadie Russell, of Atlantic City, Mr. Horace Newbold and Mr. Robert Weichel. of Scranton, Pa., Messrs. Alex. Ruch, Carleton (Lewis and Charles (En gle, of Woodbury; Ralph Sanders, Carl (Adams and Will Parsels, of Pleasant Ville. Mr. and Mrs. Henry (Hackett, of Ken tuckv avenue. Atlantic City, started on Monday, the 15tn, for Los Angeles, Cal. Mr. Hackett has been connected with the Pennsylvania (R. R. for several years and 'S well known in Atlantic City and Absecon. the latter being his birthplace and home for many years. Mr. and Mrs. Hackett spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. S. T.iutz, ana Mr. amd Mrs. Harry Garton. of Absecon. Mrs. Lutz and Mr. Garton are niece and nephew of Mr. (Hackett. Their host of friends extend their best wishes for a pleasant journey, and success and prosperity in their future home. SURPRISED MISS WEAVER. Friday evening Miss Helen Weave] was agreeably surprised by friends at hr tonne, on Main .street, in honor of heT birthday anniversary. -The event was a handkerchief shower, which had been carefully planned. The hostess, ini return provided an especially enjoyable mus cal evening for her guests, wb) at the conclusion of the festivity were serv ed with a dainty lunched]]. Those pres ent were: 'Misses Eva Weer. Katharine Pome ’enr, Mina Conover. (). Conover, Grace Adams. Sarah Bowen, Betty Weaver, El sie Adams, Natalie Hoey, Miss Cam and Helen Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Weaver, Messrs. Robert Bew. Herman Madden, Elmer Weaver, Charles Moore. Walter Conover, Irwin Adams, Roger Williams, Wiliam 'Par,sells, Ralph Inlan ders, Ward Weaver, 'Edward Stephenson . KEEP DOGS OUT OF POSTOFFICE. On two or three occasions recently we Jiei.e noticed dogs in the postoflice growl ing at and fighting with each other, greatly frigbtennng Children and women. Owners of dogs should not allow the animals to go in ptibl'c places where so many people congregate, and we fear tbait unless it is stopped at once some one will be bitten and there wiR be 'trou b’e. A word to the wise should be suf ficient. Indignant Mother—Do you mean to say that you permitted Mr. Higson to put his arm about your waist of your own free will? Pretty Daughter (ironically)—No, in deed, mamma. Considerable pressure was brought to bear upon me, I assure you. “I am afraid Bliggons plays golf on Sunday.” “M^ybe,” said the contemptuous ri val. “But, if so, it’s the only day in the seven on which he can play it.” For rheumatism you will find nothing better than Chamberlain’s Liniment. Try it and see how quickly it gives relief. For sale by Thomas F. Crawford, Drug gist. _ _ Did it ever occur to you why all good business men keep a checking account with a bank? Call and let us tell you the reason.—FLEASANTVILiLE TRUST CO. _ A healthy man is a king in bis own right; an unhealthy man ia an unhappy ! slave. Burdock Blood fitters builds up i sound health—keeps yon welL OOOOOOOOOOOOOOSOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXXXXXXX^ I THE ONE BRIGHT STORE IN THE “BEST TOWN ON THE MAP” = HOSBACH’S == MEN, quite a number of our Suits were jj? out on Easter Sunday. ]< Did you have one on? ]| We have duplicated on some of the best || l • sellers and are ready to show you the best j? 1 line of g NEW SPRING SUITS i ever shown in town, at moderate prices - r $10 to $15 ABSOLUTELY PURE WORSTEDS Herrinbone Stripes, Blue Series, Fancy Is Checks and Fine Pencil Stripes. ! Our Boys* ; Double-Wear Suits ; Best at the price. Linen-lined Knicker- o bocker Pants. !]j $2.50 to $5.00 1 Including Norfolks. Ages 9 to 16 years. id _ THE WEAVER STORE | THE WEAVER STORE | » <» | The rattle of the hammer and the rasp of the saw are now 2 2 1 heard in every direction. The. pnlse of industry is heating at ] | » its no)'mat, after the long rest of a long winter. This means ;; > that there will be a demand for footwear and clothing to stand «> the extra shrairiUof hard service. WORK SHOES, WORK < > TROUSERS, WORK SHIRTS, and WORK HATS and 2 2 CAPS. No larger stock of this class of goods can be found 3 2 2 any where than just here. 22 Work Trousers Just received a fresh new stock of the GENUINE KHIKI 2 2 (not imitation) TROUSERS. All sizes from a 28 to a 44 22 2 waist. These pants are special at $1.00 per pair. Also COl - 22 2 ERT CLOTH TROUSERS, at the same price, belt loops and £ belt complete. 22 2 Other good strong trousers, running in price from $1.00 2| to $4.00 per ixrir. 22 Work Shirts ! * - ? 22 50 cents each. Black Sateen, Blue Chambray, Blue Chev- £ 22 lot, Khiki, all colors in plain and in stripe. £ ! Work Shoes | £ From $1.25 per pair for our PLOW SHOES up to $3.50 £ £ per pair for our HARDWARES. The FORRESTER SHOE £ £ at $2.25 per pair is our great seller. Black, Brown and Tan. £ £ The Shoe Headquarters. £ X ************************+**4*************>**>cv* * | Ladies’ Department | I Sacques | £ Just in from the factory, a new line of SACQl ES, in £ £ figured and plain Lawn, with band trimming and sailor collars. £ £ Prices from 25 cents to $1.00 each. £ | Dresses § £ Ladies’ and Misses’ Wash Dresses, made of Ginghams and £ £ Percales in stripes and checks—stylish and attractive in ap- £ £ pearancc, and prices from 89 cents to $2.25 each. £ ! Flouncing|s ! T ' * Don’t forget our large line of Embroidered Flouncings $ £ when arranging for that Summer Dress. Prices and qualities £ £ to suit all tastes and pocketbooks. £ | Shoes f * Every day adds to our SHOE STOCK. While Shoes £ X in NUBUCK and CANVAS, LOW and HIGH, OXFORDS £ £ and PUMPS. ± | SAVE YOUR CASH REGISTER CHECKS f * **********************i^***** ******************** £ I THE WEAVER STORE ! * Good Goods : : Good Service : : Good Measure : : Square Deal £ ************************** ************************** MacMillan Studio 26 South Main St. Has the latest and best books published in its Circulating Lib rary. The MacMillan Studio Circula ting Library has added 150 New Books This Week. Terms: 50c per year Member ship and 2c per day fees. THE MacMillan Studio is keeping up its reputation for High Grade Photographic Work of every description at moderate prices. Special for Friday and Saturday: 20c Rib Roast 46c We can fill your orders with the Choicest Meats promptly. Call us up for prices. - Phone No. 156. Phone orders diven prompt attention. COFFEY’S MEAT MARKET 57 N. MAIN ST. J. NORMAN SHINN ATTORNEY AT LAW 5 Burkard Building Pleasantville, N. J. Phones: Office, 39-X Home, 18-Y FOR Stationery & Candies i Cigars & Tobaccos And Novelties of All Kinds Visit ' Lear’s Novelty Shop | 35 S. Main St. ' Pleasantville. Wood, Iron, Paper Muslin and Electric Gold Work on Glass A Specialty M. A. FRITSCH, Hampden Are Phone 216-x DR. L SHARPE PLEASANTVILLE I DO YOUR EYES PAIN YOU? I Have Headaches? Perhaps You Need Glasses. Consult an Experi enced Optician. n | 13 South Main Street Deitel Pleasantville, N. J.