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Nassau County Review Official Paper of Nassau County FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, JULY 31. 1914 \ cl. XIX, No. 31 Freeport News of the Churches Social and Personal SinKl<- t'opii-s of the K«'vit-A' for sale •t GreenblBtt's Hrrl Hraithwaite's, Railroud Avenue; Kiefcj's, Nassau County Revivw. Da,SilvH's and Go- betz'9, .Main Street; Dh.'^iivH's, West Merrick Koad. tf. ct of Sermoni. Services of the week and other doinis in the churches and church tocietici About Cueill, Viiit Freeporteri and Thei and Parties oi Friendt Bethel A .M. E. Chur-h their Sunday ."School picnic day, Au)iOst 13. will have on Thiird- HIGHWATEK TIDE TABLE TtiP-'- ,:,i:,- Hm for ..,II.lJl.-» fo Frida,, .July Satnrdhv Auk. Sundh., Mondhv. Tuesday, Wedni'^^day, Thurodav, Fridav. Saturday, Siuulv Mook. iJe-liic J|..iii|,.-t..ii.| liay; 31, •2.4r, p. 1, 3.54 p. 2, ."j.OO p. 3, tJ.OO p. 4, 0.4b p. ."), 7.-10 p. H. S.'24 p. 1, 3.08 p. 8, 9.46 p. t •¦*? m. m. m. 01. m. ni ra. m. m. The contests at Woodcleft Sunday afternoon at li^egel's HathinR Pavilion will inc'lude a tub race, a canoe race, a race ftr boys al 16i) yards, and a 440 yd. rh e for men. F'ir!<t Church of Christ, Scientist.— Services Sunday morning at 11 o'clock ; Sunday School same hour; Wednesday evening te^timoniMl meeting at 8 o'clock; HenipJttead Bank Building; aubject next Sunday, .¦\ui;ust 2, "Love." At the Methodiat Church the morn¬ ing .--ernion next Sunday will be on the theme "DrudKery and Inspiration." In the evening tl.e sermon topic will be "Twin Spirits of Disaster." And the sermon will be with some reference to local community condiiinn.s. Drowned at Pt. Lookout Edward Fassino, brother of Gus Fas- sino and .Mrs. James Vendit, is enjoy ing a furlough. Fassino was one of the young lads that landed at Vera Cruz und helped take that city. He tells many interesting ini^idenls of the trouble.- kocka wav 'Times. be tl.> .Mrs. (.'harles M. Hart entertained the S. O. S. Five Hundred f'lub Thurs¬ day afternoon at her home on West Merrick 4ioad. The prizes were won by .Miss Edna Eldri'i>;e, lirst, a crepe dtf chine and shadow lace underwaist; Mrs. Howard Walters, second, turkish bath tcjwel with hand crocheted edge. The next meeting of the Club will be held at the home of Mrs. Otto .Jung, South I.ong I:ieach .Avenue, Julv 30. Local Topics ncnteand expUnationi nut ei a news natur*, or>. villeg - ¦''< by th* editor. DO IT NOW Lose this day loitering, 'twill same story Tomorrow, and the next more dilatory ; Then indecision brings its own delays. And days are lost lamenting o'er loat davs. Are you in earnest? Seize this very minute— What you can do, or dream \ ou can, begin it. Courage hbs genius, power and magic in It, Onlv engage, and then the mind grow- beuted — Bet.'in it and the work will be com¬ pleted. --Coefhe ^TILL THE SAME ¦( omplaint has been address .A snd fatality marred thf outli.g last Thursday .'it'ternooi, (Jiildwiii .M. }'. Chuich. Ala aiiQual ol' ?h.' Rice. The (lOod Government (,'lui) will hnve a weil-known yiung miin of that place, a reception and dam^e at Brojklyn enteiing the surf for the second lime. Hall, next 'fhursday evening, August after lunch, ventured out too far and 0. Mu'-ic will be furnished by H(jney the strong undertow carried him ;iwhy Potte; 'h orchestra. The oHicers of the from the ropes,out to sea,to hii d'>Bt!}. <'lu!) are: Joshua J. Williams, presi Ilicc had lived in Baldwin for sever- dent ; Alonzo Myera, vice nresident; "I years, and leaves a widow, fonnerly Jame., F. Singleton, treasorer; Joseph .Miss Joy, and t*o small children. He P. -M. Anderson, secretary; Everett was 2:< years old and held a responsible Bunn. floor manager, assisted by Aug- and promising pi-sition with a leather ust .Mevenson. concern in Manhattan. He was a good ball player, left- handed anrl for several years played Henry Hubbs, of Harts Ave, Panose- iirst base, then left field for thn Haid velt, wno has been employed for the win Club, and was alway.- a great 'i'he In and Out Lunch Club went to Long BhhcI) In automobiles on an out¬ ing Ihursday. .Iohn Hfid EdwHrd (I'-rnieroth of Free- port and John Hejnenian of New York, are «top[iing at the Hotel F^ndicott, Atlantic City. John (.Sermeroth ut the last report is slowly gaining in health. T. , —-,- - - -It., Ihe inursuay, Editor of the Kevievv concerning rid¬ ing wheels on sidewalks. It seems that of late, even in the heart of the village, the walks have heeri utilized by the cyclists, many of them citizens of the village. No doubt the use of the walk by the cyclists arises through mere thoughtlessness on their part, or is it because the riders wish to make all possible use of the sidewalk before the new bicycle law goes into ertect on Saturday. At any Sale of Lands FOR Unpaid Taxes County Treasurer Hegeman gives notice in this paper that he -will hold a Sale of Lands lor Unpaid Taxes on the 9TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1914 at 10.00 o'clock A, M„ at the County Court House in Mineola, For ownership and description of property to be sold see Pages 5 to 16 of this paper. > Were I'li- and Jihn . .Montrcss, wpr» ordered In the Fraternal Orders S. S. Y. C. Big of Vaudeville ie secret fr*femal orxani: Freeport and Ticinity. Sh past H years with F, S. Howell, one of the largest and best builder^ in Free- Iport, has resigned. -Koosevelt Sue •In"or. The I-'reeport Athletic .Association will hold a moonli;;lil .-ail to Lfng Hei.ch, \','edi»:-(Ly cveiiintc. .\i.;:u- i'2. Boats will leave ferry doil;, IJili- son'.'' Point, at 9 o'clock. Irolley will meet tne boat. There will be music on the boat and at tlu,' beach. If the night is stormy the event will be po? t- poneti until the lirst fair evening. Tickets cun lie secured from members of the Association. worker in behiilf of his nine, liis sad and untimely p'fissing has cfist r. gloom ovrr his ircnii; frie.nds ::nd acijuaintan- rlie body v.a- recovered Tuesday, by ;! !i 'lit.'.: b ';' ¦•:¦ !'.v, and Judge .\eu, li::,'.¦,' C'ytiin :, .v,'S i.otjii-'d, ii.':;i the i.; . :t....y: .:! .., :'.rb..;'= ;.U:;„-^. Obituary ETHEL BOYDEN .'.lis- l-:tliel Boyden, dau^lhter of (ici)ry;e Boyden, died last i-'riday after sutVering <i shoit time with an attack of pn('Mrn(.:ii(i. Miss Boyden was 2'3 yenrs of Mg..' ai'd has lived in Freeport all h.'r life. 1 he sc-'vices were held Monday nioriiioi: a: the Catholic''hurch gen .Smith, jr., waa heard before Judge of Our Holy Ke icf-mer, Kev. Father .Mrs. F. S. Howell i* chaperoning a Iiarty of young folks at the Pearsall cottage at Pt. I^ookout this week. The party incluaes Norma Kaynor, .Mar¬ ion Hunt, Marjorie Williams, Gladys Howell and Fred Howell, jr., of Free- port; Silvia Fiske, Gladys Worth, Dor¬ othy Hutchinson and Ilnm Anisansid of Brooklvn. The Indian Social < lull vvill hold a masque ball at Kegel's Bathing [Pavil¬ ion on Saturday August 1.'), when six prizes will be awanled for the most original, fancy and grotesque costumes. The beach will be strung with special electric lights, lanterns, etc , aiso spe cial music provided for the occasion. * is dangerous and unfair to pedestrians, Hnd we have no doubt will be discon¬ tinued".- -iN'assau County Keview. August 3, 1900, While looking through the Keview to get my usual copy for "Fourteen Years Ago." I was interested in run¬ ning across this item, particularly as f)tlicer Dunbar had snoken to me the same niorning aiiout the unjustifiable use of the village sidewalks by [lersons riding bicycles, who seem to be "pos¬ sessed" of a desire to ride the rode- walks, and are frequently seen riding on the walk where the mad is much belter and safer to themselves, and naturally for everybody else. 1 have state(i so many times that unless the Progress!ve Council .No. 'iO, 1). of L.. will hereafter meet the first and rate the practice third Tuesdays cf each month instead of as befiire. ng will be hv jst 4. The next regular meet- d Tuesday evening. .Aug- Auto Officials to Visit Freeport Walter E. Fisk, secielary of the New York State Automobile Associa¬ tion, and ,M. Kocomora munager of the road guide department, have start td from Hornell nn a pHtblinding t<iur thrnugh the State In meet the ollicers of the local automobile clui>^ and the liotelkeepers to make the (inal arrange¬ ments for the 1914 official tour of J ver ML- 'Vh:- case against Alexander K. Rhodes, charged with assault by Bet- Norton and a jury Monday morning. Neither side was represented by at¬ torneys and the jury returned a verdict | of "not guilty." I O'Toole otficiating. Interment was in the Westbury Cemetery. Southard & Moore were the funeral directors. !S FKANKLIN ENTKKTAINS (Special contribution, received too late to use last week). List Friday afternoon the lawn be¬ fore the Oxford House was the scene of happy though simple festivities. In honor of the second birthday of her pretty liltie daughter, Dorothy, Mrs. law was obeyed il would be rigidly en- ytat^ Asaociation, which commences forced, that I hardly feel like doing it August 3J and continues lor HgHin, but it is probable if it is not stopped one or two will be arrested and punished. OW .-\ Ahys oil the )Ccasion of the at,nual vaudeville soow of the South Shore Yacht Club, the Club House is packed to the doors, and this year was no ex¬ ception, fc- under the direction of Vic- , lor Atoi'rc, N. F. .Manwanng and H. ; .1. Fitzgerald, tne pick of the vaude-i ville stars in Ibe Freeport colony not i titiierwise engaged came tngrtheron the Club stage. ¦ Keepirfg up originality of stage hit¬ ting, the stage this year was made to I repiesent a yacht. 'The .Ark, Stage-| craft,'' and when fhe curtain went] "uji," silling on the boat, as guests; of lhe captain,Iwere many who were' familiar to the t lub members and ' their friends, with a few not so well ' known. The'yachl was in charge of Captain Will Philbric.K, ¦.vith Tnniiny Gray as cabin boy and Carl Menry as the ; cliief deckhand. .After singing several choruses, the euesls '"went below,"! and the stage was clehr-d for action. ' nne I UNWELCOME GUESTS 1 wonder how many of mv readers ever saw a locust, concerning which We read so much in the papers, and which are so much dreaded by the far¬ mers. Street Commissioner Sprague be one of the speakers, lefl one in my office this week, which Bender, general counsel, will Franklin, one of the guests, tendered he had picked up in his travels around the legislative program for a birthday party to the others, i the village. They are a pretty looking i Walter E. Fisk of Albany, month. Freeport is scheduleii as of the st<ipiiing points both in the puli;- linling lour and the otiicial tc ur \\liicli will have many prcminenl men with il. John .N. Carlisle, Commissioner of Highways, will join the nfficinl inur and will give a short talk < at all the stopping point-. President of the Association, will alao and -Melvin 'ill talk nn 1914. II be ' In the Fire Department .--rf i int ^.-tt *o a-i<l about Ih* firam«B ;n OU' local d«p«rtm«nt l-v H. E. P. The temporary api.iiatus at the truck huuse is in care of George Ma- loney of Brooklyn, a maciiinist lum fhe .Mhck service station in N. Y. City. FIRE COUN( 1!. A s;t-K.' ::)eeting of ¦.: ¦ Fire Ciun- cli was held at the engiiir house Mon¬ day evening. Presenl ue:e Chit fi Li'onam and Pearsall; W tir,lens Wbal- ev of Hose 1, White ird Cotter cf livsv 2. Patrick ami Bfd : oi' Hose *. I'rilz of Hose 4, Rupert :' Kngine 1. and Snedeker and Niies ,.'' Truck 1. The ff !l'^<ving re«igni'' proved: Caiman Wh:i.i Siratton, Engine 1; ,\el- H'lse '2 and the foUowinj. dropped: J. B, Cartwiigl;, Frank Chisholi-, Foster Smith. Willett C, Ellison, Wm. Burton. Hi 'i:'\ Whalen and John Nugent. I'xemption papers '.»»re ordered i.i- sued to ,Iohn Stratton and Frank South¬ ard I'i Engine 1 and Nel-oii .Montn ss of Hose 2. .A final report was received fiom the Dinner Committee showip^; equal re¬ ceipts aii'l disbursements ''ommittee was discharged with ihanks. Folllowing new membi rs were a|i- proved. .Austin .Montross, Hose 2\ Frank .Albin, Hose 1; <ius. Fassino, Hoae 2; Elmer Johnson, Hose -1; Mar¬ cheon Farmlett and C. Weslev Goldm, Truck 1. Chief Lnnnarn was app .int<j(l <leie- gate to the annual convtiilion of the New Yolk Stale Firemen's .Associaticn lo be held at Geneva. Auuust IS. \H, 2o, and 21, and was allow.-d .*3.'i for e;%" (iences. Fnrer:ian ni Truck 1 i. ; .tti ;l tliat his i.p:::r;ilus was in the sl.ops of the International .Motor Companv in New Y'lrk v'ily for painting. Although not in tlu- contract, this I ompany 1 «d agreed tn piiirit the truck, and was nl¬ so supplyini^ a chasjis on which all tne ladders were carried at the present time, together wilh a n .in who w^tj living at Uu truck house, to run the apparatus, all at no cost to tbe village. The t'ouncil ordered a vote of thanks sent to .Albert House, the 1 i-pn'seiita- tive, fn; tiis c lUrtesv in this matter. Hurt in Auto Crash Miss I anche lUlOllllJ Horton lllle and IS thrown r nose ai;d Special This Week 150 roll 2-inch Chicken Wire reg. price 4 ft. wide $3.0(1 6 ft. Wide $3.H,'i 6 ft. wide $4.60 O-Cedar Mops, 69c Garden Hose, 9c ft. Da Silva Main St, next to P, O. _ i THOMAS P. C. FORBES, SR. Thomas P. t;. Forbes, sr., died at I Baltimore, Md., Thursday, July 24, of cut price ' hardening of the arteries. The re- $2.00 i mains were brought to Freeport and $3.00 I the funeral held from the home of his $3.50 ' daughter, Mrs. R. H. Earon, on Sun- j day, with.^the interment at Cypress ' Hills Cemetery, Brooklyn. ¦ He ia survived by three sons and Merrick Road ' three daughters, all residents of Free AaT«rtla«iiMit Burmeco Print Butter, delicioui fla¬ vor, best on earth. G. W. Kaynor. Advertlaemon) PROMPT FIRE LOSS ADJUSTMENT Freeport, July 20th, 1914. Mr. T. W. Lucas, Freeport, L, I. Dear Sir: — Please accept my thanks for your kindness in securing for me a settle¬ ment of my fire loss. You were called in at a time wben I seemed absolutely unable to make any headway whatsoever, and succeed¬ ed in adjusting same in a perfectly sat¬ isfactory manner, and without any fur¬ ther delay. « Assuring you of my appreciation, I am, Yoors very truly, A. E, Frost, Adv«rtliem«nt. port: Thomas P. C. Forbes, jr.,Alex¬ ander and William Forbe8,Mr8. Earon, Mri.Charles Brightson and .Miss Jessie C. Forbes. I Mrs. Madeline Hinch, wife of Wil- lliam Hinch, age 39 years, died in ; Bellevue Hospital, New York, last Sat- I urday, July 26. The remains were ! brought to her home, 313 Soath Main T<inimy Gray announced each num¬ be:- m tu-n and wi-.s. to ••¦ay the least, oiigirial ill style hii'J mafi:ier. .\s the enterlainers were intmdULed they would come out of the "hold " of the boat, perform their act on the deck, in highways and retire "below" again, to make A..I. Deer, room for the next. That is with the txception of Phill.rick and chorus, who never seeme'i to know just when their ' arm broken, while nut driving wilh act was scheduled for. and started it' Ralph Kandail. Friday aft-•¦vion. The several times before being allowed to j machine in which ,Mia.'-, Hi; riiindMr. finish. , Kandul! were riding collldi.! with tlm .After the entertainmenl, which l cur occupied by Krnest Bab and Miss concluded at alfout 11 :'3o, the floor was Maud Lambert, 'fihn were tiirown ( ul, cleared for dancing. .A delightfully ; but no* badly hurt. Both jars were conl breeze from the ocean made the i demolished. The collision occurred »t ilar.cing particularly enjoyable, and it! Archer Street and South Ocean Ave- each town where a step is made with was kept up for several nours after the ' nue. members from the local clubs. In ' show. According to the Brookl>ii Times, order to increase the interest and Commodore Southard diserves great Mr. Ball, who is the comp< ser of arouse friendly rivalry between the [credit for the work of arranging the i " When the Sands of the Defert (irow there IS no truth in the statement in various clubs and individoals, cups and, stage, which was done almost entirely I Cold" and "Love Me and the World m Little Dorothy Franklin, in whose ; the Brooklyn Timea that she is a can-' prizes will be offered. The clubs will : under his supervision, and on which j Mine," has begun through his attorn- honor the party was given, bloomed ; didate for the office of School Trustee ! be divided into three classes. Class he spent a great deal of time. j ey. Counselor El\ in N. Edwards, suit upon the surrounding group, clad in a at the annual election next Tuesday, , a will include clubs having a member- The following entertainers were i against G.Howard Randall, Ralph's baby Irish Mrs. Lucas will be out of town at the ship of 500 or over; Class B will in- "jruests" of Capt. Philhrick : Sophie j'i'ather, for $300 damages to his car as dud" the clubs whose membermshi[i ; Tucker, Three Leightons, Felix AdIer, ja result of the collision, ranges between 100 and BOO and Class George P. Murphy and Joseph KatlifT, . Mias Horton is reported improving ' C are the clubs with membershio of Miller and Vincent, Baby Virginia very nicely. ! under 100. There will also be six in- Leighton, Earl Benham, James Conlin, dividual prizes, which will be in the .Miss Mae Phelps, Harry Carroll, Will nature of automobile accessories. The Philbrick and chorus. Carl Henry, cups will be awarded to the clubs which Charley Middleton, Tommy Gray, Leo ; About two hundred and tifty mem The trees were festooned with fiags j bug, being a sort of a miniature aero- \ chairman of all the meetings in order ; and ribbons; the table beautifully dec- plane, with long transparent wings, but ' to complete this tour of over SiloO orated with flowers. In the center was a huge birthday cake, with two lighted candles opon it. All abeut were the guests of Mrs. i'ranklin and her daughter. The hostess had on a beautiful lav¬ ender gown, trimmed with shadow lace. I would rather see them dead than alive in consideration of what they do when they become numerous. NOT A CANDIDATE Mrs. Thomas Lucas announces that miles within the time set for it. It is the aim of the officers of the '. association lo reinforce the tour in : white batiste dress, with baby Irish Mrs. Lucas wil) be out of town at trimming, and pink satin and a dainty time of the election. cap of lace and pink ribbon. A feature of the gathering was the presence of three of Dorothy's friends, little Johnnie Jones, Joan Julian and Harry Julian, all about the same age. They also were dressed for the occa¬ sion, the bOys having on white sailor suits with blue trimmings and little S. S. Y. C. Notes The regular meeting was held at the Club house Tuesday evening, followed by a meeting of the Board of Direc¬ tors. Outing Ass'n Sports Street, Freeport, where funeral ser- Joan. » pale dress of silk and lace. The annual cruise starts from the vices were held on Tuesday afternoon ; I The table was burdened under the i ^'"b House on the morning of August interment in St. Brigid's Cemetery, good cheer which the fair hostess had i'^- Motor boat races will be run on Westbury; funeral directors. Southard ¦ Provided, but one corner particularly TThursday and Friday of the cruise. & Moore. Vaudeville At High HiU Smith & Bedell aell guaranteed tooth bruihes. See their advertisement in this issue. Advartliei'ieqjt. Coal will cost more next month. Buy now and save money. Freeport Coal Co. the Boardwalk Fund. A feature of the evening was the dancing team of Mons. Sauvage and Mile. Devilla, which is declared by some present to have been I one of the best acts of its kind seen in : this aection of Long Island, Since the sale of Long Beach and Point Lookout to the Estates of Long Beach several years ago,High Hill has Krown fast, and has been greatly aid- To my friends and patrons. I beg | ed in its advancement by the HighjHill to inform you that on snd after August j Beach Improvement Association. 1, 1914, my residence will be at 49 I Property on this beach, the only beac|i Bennington Avenue, Freeport, L. I., ! left in the County ot Nassau belonging with headquarters for Myer's Messen- [ to the County, can be leased for a term ger Service at Plump's Arcade Phar-' of years, whereas on Point Lookout, macy. Railroad Avenae. I am using I one year has so far been the limit, and an auto to enable me to give better | this fact also has aided in the growth service to my patrons, and solicit ynur ! at High Hill Under the auspices of the High H Beach Improvement Association, vaudeville show was held at Savage's | size her development High Hill Beach Casino last Friday j and her health all that coold be de- evening, and a neat sum realized for | sired. In ber mother's own words she was the center of the admiring eyes of All boats must be measured under the the children. This was where Doro- Power Boat Association rules, and par- thy's gifts were assembled. ticulars of the cruise will be sent to Little Dorothy Franklin is a very the members later, beautiful child. She is extremely The Clob is now open for dancing bright and always seen laughing and «very week day, with special music chatting. Although she is of average on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday * :i,hey"wTirbe followed by the officers remarkable, »^veninir8. and the members will trail behind. In A genuine old-fashioned barn dance , jj^j^^ ^^ p^yg^ jj,p f^n 30^0 miles and ard Read. The best man was Dr s announced for Friday evening, Au- - ^^^^^ ^^^, necessary stops within the Constine Logotheti and the bride's al •end the largest number of members, on a sliding percentage basis. No in¬ dividual or club is eligible for a prize unless 100 miles or more of the tour is made. Fay C. Parsons, treasurer of the association, is chairman of the contest committee, and the full details of the contest will be sent to the club officers before the tour commences. j The tour will start from Hornell, August 1, and will be led by Secretary Fisk and M. Kocomora in a pilot car. Beers ; C. H. Kerr, accompanist. Hymeneal WILDER—CLARKE Dr. Willis Allin Wilder of Freeport and Mir.-: ;,:,ai:;i' .'.I.'K'^e Clarke of Thompkinsville, Staten Island, were married Tuesday at 5:3'' o'clock at the Little Church Around th'.; Corner, 29th Street and 5th Avenue, liy Rev. Rich patronage. 148. Telephone 629 and Yoors respectfolly, Alonzo N. Myers, Formerly Steward of the Freeport Club Advert1««ment Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Bedell, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse F. Bedell, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith of North Main Street, Mr. and Mrs. Whitney Van Wicklen Try my special box of cut flowers, 75c. for the weekend. C. R. Ankers, florist, Rockville Centre, L. I. Tele¬ phone connection: delivery anywhere. AdvarU*«m«nt My dental office will be closed from August 1 to August 15. ' Dr. Thomas D. Carman, 2t 93 South Main Street. Advt>rtlr<ement Following is the complete program of the entertainment, in addition to the performers mention above: Over¬ ture, William Duffert's Orchestra: recitation. Miss Grace Hazard; song. Miss Cora Wenner; violin «*bligato, Ernest F. Erdmann; accompanist, Mrs. M, Hunt; piano solo, Felix Krauss; recitation. Miss Dorothy Devitt; banjo solo, Henry E. Hazard; song, Mrs. Bohen, accompanist, Mr. Hand; violin solo, Ernest F. Erdmann; Harry Laud¬ er's songs. Master Madison Pierson. A eochre will be held this week at Shaffer's Ocean Hoose for the same caose, improving the boardwalk. I are being feted all along the route. About 1200 feet of new walk is ex- | _, G Ben- ' P*'-"'**^ to be laid by August 10 for thi ,season. ' allotted time of one month, every mo¬ ment will be of the utmost value tendant .Miss Elsie Sniith of Thomp¬ kinsville. Dr. and Mrs. Wilder will is absolutely fearless, "being afraid of ROst 7. No one to be allowed on the but one thing, the eggbeater." floor unless dressed in farm clothes. Among those present were: Mr. and The House Committee says: "Let "s -pj^^ y^^j^ Highway Department has '¦^^'de at 111 West Merrick Koad, in Mrs. G. Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Clark, all be farmers once a year, and have ^^j^j^gj jo cooperate with the State Mr. Anderson's house, which Dr. Wild Mr. and Mrs. Saltz, Mr. and Mra. M. Leweck, Mr. and Mrs. A. Thorman, Mrs. Strale. Mr. and Mrs. E. Julian, Miss Rosamond F. Leweck, Mr. Hoh- enstein. Masters, Emil Julian, Harry Jolian, Joan Julian, all guests at t^ Oxford House, and all from .New York. <} 4 Mrs, David L. Randolph, aunt of Henry L. Maxson; Mrs. W. B. Max- sen, his mother, and his sister, Miss Mabel, ali of Plainfield, N. J., are visiting at Mr. Maxson's home. South Long Beach Avenue. a jolly good time. WeeklyWeatherReport (For our readers in other localities) Friday, July 24- Association in mapping out the route. In the pathfinding tour by Mr. Fisk and Mr. Rocomora, in add'tion to the laying out the route, arrangements will be made with the diviaion engin¬ eers of the State Highway Depart- ' ment, the county superintendents, the (Heavy shower last town officials and the members of the er has leased as he intends to in Freeport. practice vening, hurricane in New York and clubs to aid the tour in getting from one town to another without the loss of a single moment. Arrangements will be made whereby a repiesentative of a town will meet the tour at the preceding town to lead and pilot the Sunday—Clear, good sonimer weath- members to their own town. ; hot. Furthermore, a representative of the Monday—-Same as Sunday, overcast State Association will travel two days p. m,, rained sl.ghtly for several ahead of the official party, making ar vicinity, rained from 6 to 10 p. m.) ; warm, close. Saturday— Began to rain about 6 o'clock a. m. ; rained quite hard until after 9. houra and poured during night. Tuesday--Rained or overcast all day. nd Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lucas and ' rained hard at times, cooler at night daughter Phyllis will leave Saturday for a two weeks' vacation at Foxhurst, Haines Falls. A postal card is received from Thom¬ as Johnston, from Berlin, where he is touring through he old country with a large party. Mr, Johnston writes that they are having a grand time, and Standard Gasoline, I6c gal nett Smith Oarage. .. i.— I I Don t forget the annual school meet- Daniel Frohman presents America's ! "Teas" is described aa "an element-1 ing next Tuesday evening. Come out foremost film actress, Mary Pickford, al type of womanhood struggling with and show your interest in school mat in the famous tale of a woman's incon-' mocern conditions and the delicate ters, and express your opinion on thia querable faith, "Tess of the Storm 1 tortures of civilization." Mias Pick- important part of our government. Country," by Grace Miller White, and . ford in the role att»in8 a aramatic tri- ¦ produced by the Famous Players Film umph greater than any that haa yet I Co,, in tive parts to be shown at the :distinguished ner phenomenal career; Piaza Wednesday, August 5; matinee 1 to t>e shown at tbe Plaza, Wedneaday, I am) evening. ' Auguat 5: matinee and evening. ! AATWtlMoent Aayprtiaeateox. \ Attend the Meeting My dental office will be closed from August 1 to August 15. Dr. Thomas D. Carman, 2t 99 South Main Street. AdvartiMDMit rangements with the clubs and hotels and talking the final plans over with the club officials and members that there may not be the slightest misun¬ derstanding as to wben the official party will arrive. The tour has been arranged for the benefit of the organized automobilists of New York State. It is to bring a better understanding between the State Association and the local clubs. It ia to present to tbe local clubs the work ' which the State Association is trying to do for them; it is to efTect a closer CO operation between the State Associ-1 ation and its eighty affiliated clubs. ' No detail will be left untouched in order to assure a complete and final Mary Pickford as "Tess, " the ragged success cf the 1911 official tour of the little "Fqoatter" girl, dirty but beau- New York .'^late Automobile Asf/ocia- tiful, rude, wilful, saucy, but noble tion. and Belf-sacri4<-'ing, renders a portray- ^ .. ., _ al of inexhaustible fascination. See Miss Pickford at her best in "Tess of My dental oflfice will be closed from the Storm Country." in five parts at August 1 t« August 1.5. the Plaxa, Wednesday, Auguat 5; mat t>'"- Thomas D. Carman, inee and evening. 2t 93 South Main Street. Wednesday—Clear and-fool in a. m. ; small showers in p. m.. clear in even¬ ing. Thuraday—Overcast and cool. Pay Village Taxes You have until August 11 to pay vil¬ lage taxes without additional percent¬ age for collection. D. Frank Seaman will receive the tax at 18 Weat Mer rick Road, till that date. A4T«rt»a Adita bers attended the second annual outing I of the Nassaa Coanty Outing Associa- I tion, of which Sheriff Stephen P. Pi-t- tit is the head, at College Poinl. Tues- jday. I Starting in the morning from Free- I'port in automobiles, the members made I their way to the grove through towns I on the north shore, arriving at Don- inelly'sin liiiie for "l.n 1...;i,-l " at noon. Many vi the actors who reside in ' Freeport joined the party a-n: I'l 'pile of the downpour of rain during the af¬ ternoon there were lively doinga in tbe big dance hall. There was a baheball gair> li.it it i lasted only three innings. fhe game was between the actora ai.il SheiifT Pettit's team. According to the offi¬ cial ecorekeeper Pittit's tei.ni won by i the score o'f 4 to 8. Rev. Father King jofBellmo'e pitched for tb- actors' ' team and he proved to be "h a inner.' : but the game did not IhfI Ion - enough, (ieorge Boyden waa on the tiring line I for the Sheriff's team. The athletic events were run off in I Ihf (innc! hall. The reault- were aa followo; Shoe race, won by Huns Wil¬ son. ^Three-legged race, won by Wil¬ liam Ti'Keefe and Edward Wolf; sec¬ ond. Edward Rice and Johr; Nolan. Potato rac*, won by Thomas .McCaf¬ frey ; second, Edward Gombert; third, Edward Carr; fourth, Joseph D'ttrkh. Fat man's race, won by Aubrey Pettit; second, G. S. Kleghorn.--Eagle. Alumni Record At a meeting <if the Executive Com- mittet of the Freeport Hij.ii School Aluin' i Association, held at the home of Harold B. .Smith, on Monday even¬ ing. Edward W. Tree, '11. was author¬ ized to pub i.th a record of the Asso¬ ciatiim, covering the iieriod of 1911- 14. The record will contain liiographs of all graduates during ihUT time, re- ctni history of the Alumni Association and sch'iol and a summary of all un¬ dergraduate activities. When the Famou8>Players Co. states that a certain pirture i-i "o-it of the Sidney H. ,-:wezey becomes associat. i »>*«'• '^ ""' '»>* ^"^.^y ''t**'" i^*"' " "j" ed with iiassiti County Revisw man-. V" """*''¦ '^'«^*' '».""* "i^f*" '"""'' j"' agement >^ doubt an to ita quality. Thew are the Financial statement of Freeport *<''-;^'''•'^'" j'*^'"*''\;»'^ '''''.,i**' .School ahowa expenditures of $r«,()00 P;o.J'.ct,on ^f Mary Pickford, in Tes.s of the Storm Country, to be ahown at Itbe Plaza, Wednesday, Auguat ',; mat¬ inee «nd evening. Unclaimed Letters (Fre«fwl P«>t Offict) The following unclaimed letters are advertised at the Freeport Post Office : Bailey, Mr. William, Merrick Road Bauer, Miss Freida Carroll, Mrs. Martha, 2 French, Mr. Carl Furlong, Mr. W. A. Haas, Mr. Elwood Larsen, Mr. Paul •McDowell, Mrs. A. J. McCormack, Mrs. James Scutt, .Mrs. Mary Whaley, S. N. Whaley, Thomaa Kobt. G. Anderson, P. M. .Iuly '21, 1914 Fourteen Years Ago (Items of luti-n-st from tbe R«-view hleH fonrte<'n yenrs ago ttiis week ) "Village matters are very quiet since President Wallace went to Eu¬ rope. " A. W. Benedict sold Freeport Inn to A. L. Stulz for past year More Freeport Newt m Page |
|Title||Nassau County Review 19140731|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19140731|
Nassau County Review
Official Paper of Nassau County
FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, JULY 31. 1914
\ cl. XIX, No. 31
News of the Churches Social and Personal
SinKl<- t'opii-s of the K«'vit-A' for sale •t GreenblBtt's Hrrl Hraithwaite's, Railroud Avenue; Kiefcj's, Nassau County Revivw. Da,SilvH's and Go- betz'9, .Main Street; Dh.'^iivH's, West Merrick Koad. tf.
ct of Sermoni. Services of the week and other doinis in the churches and church tocietici
About Cueill, Viiit Freeporteri and Thei
and Parties oi Friendt
Bethel A .M. E. Chur-h their Sunday ."School picnic day, Au)iOst 13.
will have on Thiird-
HIGHWATEK TIDE TABLE
TtiP-'- ,:,i:,- Hm for
Siuulv Mook. iJe-liic
31, •2.4r, p.
1, 3.54 p.
2, ."j.OO p.
3, tJ.OO p.
4, 0.4b p.
."), 7.-10 p.
H. S.'24 p.
1, 3.08 p.
8, 9.46 p.
The contests at Woodcleft Sunday afternoon at li^egel's HathinR Pavilion will inc'lude a tub race, a canoe race, a race ftr boys al 16i) yards, and a 440 yd. rh e for men.