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Freeport to Welcome Jr. 0. U. A. M. Nassau County Official Paper of Nassau County FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 1914 Vol. -XIX, No. 36 Freeport HIGHWATER TIDE TABLE The«e 11 mc-a re f or .Sarid y Honk. D>.<iDrt 32 ;riii.ut«ii for Hflnipsiea'l Bay) READY FOR JR. 0. U. A. .M. CONVENTION Friday, Sept. Saturduy, Sunduy, Monday, Tuesday, Wedntsday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. 10. 11. 12, 7.58 8. m. 8.34 B. m. 9.10 *,^. 9.41 k. m. 10.31 8. m. 10.44 a. m U.27 a. m. 12.06 p. m. 12.54 p. tn. New York State Council to Hold Its Annual Session Here on Labor Day. Freeport Prepared to Fully DemoEistrate fts Hpspitality Local Topics FREEPORT PROMINENT IN JR. 0. U. A. M.|In the Fire Department Comment, and planation. not «nti] Btur., on rillat* affairi b7 th. .ditor. Sing;e copies of tbe Review for aa'.e kt Greenhlatt's and Braithv.aite'.s. RaiirotJ Avenue: Kiefer's, Nasrku County keview, DaSilva's ar.d Go¬ betz'?, Main Street; DaSilva's, WeFt Merrick Road. .tf. -NOTARY APPOINT.MENT 1 wish to advise n.y fr;e,-;d.s and readers that I have secured rr.y re-ap¬ pointment as Notary Public. I fcund •-here was considerable demand for a Notary on Main Street during the day time, and I accordingly decided to ac cure this Bf pointment, and will now be ready to attend to any nee.is in this line. James W. Cheshire, of Freeport Council, Has Twice Been State Councilor, of New York State, and Served Five Years in National Council of int.r.ft to and about th. in our local d.partm.at tsy H. E. P. DELEGaTL^ to 5l entertained BY FREEPORT COUNCIL NO. 57 SeptemLier 7 — S a. i::., arrival of Representatives and guests. H a. m.. Opening Exercises. Address of Welcome, Village Presi- \ i lowlv conVs Tomorrow (Saturday) the dt i'>:a:t r to the annual session of the New Ycr.K State Council, Jr. O. U. A. M., will begin arriving in Freeport from ai! parts of tbe Empire State, and by Monday morning, the time for the op¬ ening of the Convention, abont 150 J dent Roland M. Lamb. representatives of the various Councils I Response, State Councilor Jr. 0. U. of the State will be present. j A. M., Jossph Tunison. Tbe invitation to hold the Conven- | Pivine Blessing, Rev. S. O Curtice tion in Freeport was extendt.d and ac-' Ph. D. Song, "America," school children. Council in September, 1913, at Pojgh' ' under direction H. J. Raymore. keepsie, and su enthusiastically did the I Announcement, Chairman of Corn- delegates t.i thnt session sing the i mittee, J. Huyler Ellison. prai.ips of Fr>-';i( rt that the enthusiasm | 10 a. m., Executive Session of State became • cont8ifi"U.s. and it is expected ; Council. that every Ouav.cii wili send its full 12:30, p. ni., Adjournintnt. quotri o' r. T r-.-•.r.tative?, tt many of li;:45 p. ni., Parade from Headrjuar- v;;. i"; t-.j p' u ; '.::.: ol t::v t-re'e.-- surf ters. oa our sandy coast is aa unusual as are 2 p. m., Firemens contests on Olive tbo beauties of upper New Yorlt to, Boulevard. those of our region. 3 p. m., Trolley (in waiting at Plaza) Thi ..ill of William E!yl, who iM<i; ' Previou-'y the sessions of the State to Point Lookout Docit. , at Fre.-port, December 26, 1913, has Council have been given solely to busi- 3:1,") p. m., Boat to Point Lookout. been riled in Nassau County Surr(>- ness, and little attention paid to out- ; Upon arrival uf boat at Point Look- gate'^ ¦ ourf. The reivl estate is viil- side er,trfrtain::'.e.''.t. Arra'igeir.ents out puests will ; articipate in b.-.thing Herman Lutz and family have moved into the former Fyfe proiierty on Ptsir- sail Avenue. Alonzo Foster has sold his house Qn fiergen Place arxi witb his family bas moved into Brooklvn, his old home. Jetfrey Smith, who has been ill for several weeks, of appendicitis, and who V. as operated upon at Mercy Hos. cepted at the meeting of the State piti:l. iieiniistead, is mg. HERE'S HOPING! The Brooklyn Eagle reports the ioss of the oil tanks to tje used at the vil¬ lage municipal plant, as part of a Rt'present- gcheir.e tu use oil instead of coal for fuel. After cxinsulting several parties regarding this scheme, I am convinced if these tanks are so completely lost they never reach Freeport, it will be a good thing for the village. TWO CEPlTY state councilors at TKl rRESENT TIME Council. Jr. distinction «. y.:\' Fre uay Arc,>r B' Wallace attende'J the Suf .i. . ^unty Firemen'.J C'jr. vention s i Wednesdiy, jervin? as v::i ¦I'jncer. Mr. 'A'aiiace xvi lues'lay 'iftvr!;'!'.::. mawir;. y aut' .'r.tu:-:'::: '¦:: Th'z- A SPUNKY GIRL .Mi.-s .^lartha Weiss, a young Free¬ purt Miss just in her teens, has a pe¬ culiar faculty of getting into unusual idventures requiring rescue for little tots. A ccuplc of weeks agu she was playing with a little tot of 2 years in the lot adjoining the Oxford Huuse, ciicr or 'Cz additi...-. if Represtr.t;. three ytars Conductor. Council ir i fUily f..r elected in Ch--!-.;:e ,.! Freeiort ty State Cun ^l-rt. the nnly tuo at . L'. .A. .v.. has had the the present tirr." being P. C. Frank S. t*:fe Leir.^' State Coun- Snedeker. sr,deputy over Eagle Coun- Statfc ..f NcW York, and in cil No. 45, «. 1 An.ityville, and P. C. ii .vin,; ^e;vci a- Natii nal Stephen W. Hunt, who is a Deputy ive frorn .NeT,- Vork State over E.F. Pruaen Council of Brooklyn. arid tv. J years as .N'ationai The prssent otficers of the State He '.vas firrt elected State . Council, elected last year at Pough- 19t'7. and served success-' keepsie, are: Councilor, Joseph D. ne yeur. He whs iigain Tunison; Jr. Past Councilor, James W. Kill, ii::d >.t the irtFtnt Cheshire of Freeport •• Vice Councilor, ti.T.e is the ?itting Jr. i'a-t C 'j.-.tilor rienry L. Leek cf Amagansett; stcre- of th- .>t8te. tary. Cnarle.i W. Lisle, of Brooklyr ; Peculiarly coincident with this is ^ treasurer, Frank H. Dunk of Valley the fart that the present State Coun ¦ Stream. „¦.•,, \:,r\^ m;== I m,.,. u7o. cilor. Joseph D. Tunis'in. was the Dep- ; Freeport Council is one of the lar- company with lutle M'_s8 i'^^^ Wat- ^^^. ,,^,^ councilor ever Freeport gest in tne State of New York, and at Council prior tc .:\s tjeint; elect',..! to one tla;e vvas pressing the leading the highest cfri-j- in the Stat-\ and Council for first honors. Instituted in Martha pickt up a bottle and hit g^^^ IZ.^tZrZi'':::'!,! 'Z'e '^''' '^ '" '"'^" -pidly.until at the time a reside;;: f Freep.in. P. C. Frank S. Sntv^leiur, sr , of FrtH[)ort was a State Tru.^tee up to tht 'ime that office was iiboiisii'.'d. Free;/.rl hiis furniL-htd iTiaiiv D ;:j ued at $5000 and tho personal estate at were n:a ie by 1100. T'.e widow, Sarah C'ithnrine body, tht bi: '• Byl, rec'.lv - t'-.-^ entire eatnto and she delei?ate- r> ¦ i'" is bIbo nartivci tsccatnx. dated M-.txh 4, 1907. The win ip rjarry Barasch is building anoth'.r store huilding on Olive Boulevar'' corner of Columbus Avenue. Theie will be t'.vo stores on the firat floo-, with flat.^ abuve. One of the s'tvt:-; ha» already been rented to A Spiinn- giii. to be occupied as a butcher sl.i ] and grbcery, and the other is for rent. It is planned to have the store.s ri;:;ii; for ufcuvancy aliout October l.'i. Tjra'Jticail; bejn made arrangerr.. r j.'n.'nittefc.s from that •jompleted and the h irri '. This year uirar.ger.'itnts nave .o.i' Ci::::..iiito:p and th^' . tntiirtai^iritn!;, ano iihn:inc. 5:30 p. III. Hntel. JO p. m., Lv-t b pert. Sortenilje:- - hore dinner i.t Sea Side leaves for Free- Gutsts will kins, when a savage dog jumpt out of the barn in the rear of the hotel and bit liltie Lucy and started for the oth¬ ers. the animal on hi; nusf, breaking the bottle and frightening the dog awny. Last week Miss Martha was in the Catskills, and standing by a small creek watching some youngsters play¬ ing in the water, when one of the boys fell face forward, apparently stunning him, as he lay ijuietly in the water. until young Miss Weiss pickt him up, and carried him uji a steep hiil to his boarding home where he quickly ro- ,;nvered. present tni« it nuv.bers atiout -'AO members. This growth came with uther Councils at Valley Stream, Lyn- !:r... k, RockviHe Ctntri:. Hempstead liv.d .Amityville, a.i nf which also pros¬ pered. h \2 qt. Enamel Preserving Kettles, li'c Jelly ''1 lasses, 25c 4 ft. porch Screens, 490 Triangle (JCedar Mops, (I'Jc Fly Ribbon, 3 for 5c Kly Swatters, 10c Fly Traps, 10c Da Silva. W. Merrick Ruuii Advertl3i'!ii -II' l''ree school outlit siven away l'rri. with every pair ot scho<il sh< i : n; ¦IiK'obs. n'si shoe Store, .Sl South Main Street, Freeport, L. 1. AdVL>rMs.-!n-:;' Smith & Bedeli's are ir.ade especially malari'i; see adv. iiialaria cf!p.-uleu for Long Island AdviTtldemPii' 1. W. Miller is advertising inade-tu rnHasure clothes in this issue. See what hf has to say on this subject. Adv«rU»«in»nt In uiiMiher few days Chubbuck's dru^ store will present a pony anJ carriage to the successful child in their contest. See tl'.eir adv. Advprtlsemeni Conl will cost more next month. Buv now and save money. Freeport Coal Co. Advertisement Bu'nieco Print Butter, delicious lla- /or. best on earth. G. W. Raynor. AdTertlieroent \ Try my special box of cut flowers, "5c, for the weekend. C. R. Ankers, florist, Rockville Centre, L. I. Tele¬ phone connection; delivery anywhere. AdTartlaatneDt. IT, TUXHi: --nt S'al :OO^LYN A FREEPORT INDUSTKY ( 1 recently had the iileasure ol ¦.^•atch• \ ing the work at Harry Barasch's hand- 1 kerchief fnctory nn Nevnon Bnuleviini. i Poa.^ibiy some of my readers have the correct idea its tu how the initials anu fancy designs are put intu handker chiefs (which is the line in which .Mr. j Barasch's factory sjicciii.izts), but ii i was soniething new to me. Instead uf I this being Jone hy hand or a few at a I time, the handkerchief.> are mounted I in a special way on specially de^^igned I frames, and the designs stitchid in cn b'laree machine, 12 dozen at a lime. , one man o; erating and watching each ; machine. The buildir.g is well lighted j und Viritiiated and the machines ar> jnot aa (.luigy us an ordinary I'amily sev;- I ing machine, and no design is too com- iplicati'd for them to work. I it might be noted m p'assing that 1 the machines for all ut this kind u! ! worl: i.re rnafit in Switzerland. THE IMPEI I.I.VG POWER I 111 |irintingThe Nassaa County Reviev.. i Everyuiie uf us surely knows, I Is to tet 'irst-han(i ail the best of news, .\iid this, each issue always shows. Its advtrtiserr.ent.-. which speak fur " themseiveg, The very best in a orugrtssivf field. That reach a class, that no 'ithers cnn reach, .¦shows good resuits in yield. It ...hows a spirit ut up.ift In whi.t it does, and whi So whether reader ur advertiser. You will find that it always pays. Pays t.) advertise, and pays to read it, And each have their lesson to learn; Both haVttii pleasure to anticifiate. .And both get a lasting return. Eugene Titus. Inglenook Lodge. Hempstead, N. Y. (Thank you.—Editor.) Sugar Still Up A meeting of the i itid Day Co.m- : mittee was held at the engine house ; Monday evening, and all arrangements . are progressing well with the excep¬ tion that there probably will not be as many entries as last year. The (inal meeting of the Committee before La¬ bor Day will be held at the engine house tonight. Friday, at S:15. A speeial meeting of the Fire (.'oun¬ cii was held at the engine h< use Min day. Present were Chief Loonam, Asst. Chief Pearsall, Wardens Whaley and Williams of Hose 1; Cotter, vf Hose 2; Patrick and Bedell, of Hose 3; Fritz, of Hose 1; Snedeker and .Niles, of Truck 1. The following applications were ap¬ proved: Jesse Smith, Hose 4 ; George Wuiting, Hose 4; Ward K. Frost, Truck 1. Chief Loonam subniitted report as delegate to the State Firemen's Con¬ vention at (leneVB wbich was ordered filed. Bids for band for Latiur Day were received. *nd the contract for a band of fifteen pieces to play for the inspec¬ tion in the morning and the games in the afternoon, was awarded to thn Freeport Enteriirise Band. The tlniiiire Rubber Tire Company, ' through their representative, .i-wh- mitteu a tnd on hose, guaranteed three years, 400 jiounds on delivery, 2u0 pounds yearlv test, ami under the con¬ ditions uf usage in our department, and with a further guarantee that tho hose would contain lO per cent, pure Para, at a price nf S5 cents per foot. 'I'his is a tiose that has lieen fast .com¬ ing into favor with Long Island de¬ partments and it was decided lo ri com¬ mend to the Village lioiird that 5i'0 feet be procured at once, according to the estimate submitted. When se¬ cured, .this will be all placed on one wagon, and not distributed among tho companies as Ijls been th'- cuftnni. A.\\iJAI. INSl'ECTION Till, aiiouii! panoie ai,d ii.-pection of till' dcimrlinint will lie held next Mori, diiv inornin^'. stiirting froni the en¬ gine house at I'' o'clock. .Men^tHrs are requested lo ap) i ar in .ull uni¬ form, white gloves and black shoes.. The line of march will be : Forn. on t'hurch Street, at I'ine; north to Iian¬ dall Avenue, woal to Lotii.' 'ieMidi, south to .Merrick Hoad, east t.. .Minn Street, norlh to Railroad Avenue, west to (Jrove Street, south tu ()liv« Bouli vard, w.'.-t lo (.ngitii- house and tli-baiiii Freeport Oysters fi.:e I Tho oyster -la.-oii Is suppo,-ed lo open the tirst uf Stptembpr. an<l al- ri-ady a few of tiir. larger deal, rs i.i.! getting tnisv, altlirjugh ;;the shlpmeiils will nol be very heavy until couirr weather. William H. Pallerson. who has Leon planting oysters for .Jo years, .says hi was lofikiiig over his grour.dn last .V'.M-k and tlir. crops are c ndng in whal thev tor ail. It it says Ci/'v: )F 'xie; VI.-^ITORS line, oyst. .1 !, h; ;lie I bqsi- lilh'uH- Half holiday during Summer. I beg to advise my customers that daring the months of July, August and Sep- tennber my feed store witl be eloaed at 1 o'clock Saturdays. J. M. Hewlett. To close early daring Summer. During the months of July, August and September my feed store vill ckose at 1 o'clock Saturdays. Harold E. WiHiams. ((f the visitors wiil have .-. > sir.;:!. ;..::t of the prcigrK.ii. Tiio wivei '.-i t.ie delegates huve <.ls < Lieen invitr-j icr' make the trip and ti.'.'y hive been in¬ cluded in t'l' j.l'ins for onjoyii.Tr::. Since th-" ir.vithticn to hold the ses¬ sion here, tne n».eeting rooms of Free- port Council have been tutally dfe " stroyed by fire. The Council has risen from the tlames stru.'.i^fer thiin ever.and the first thing to impress the delegates will be a neeting room the ti-,uiil of any public lodg-j roo'm in Ne.v York State. The Stal-.' Secretary, Charies W. Lisle, wilt establish his headquarters I ^""-' ai.-i-i:.:. ,•_ at ;.- ;. -qji mobiie.s wii^ c r.vty oian Bras, Four.drv tl I-^ where auto-I The price of sugar stiil remains at party to Colum- '• a''out 8 cents, although the price quot- , rnent of about L'75 men, with a •A Iser'c the fumous \ ^^ o" market is over 7 cents wholesale, ern apparatus, under C;;ief L lock, where the boat can be taKen lor ^^y^^, m,,,,, ..viij not have a g( Poiot I.ookoat Beach and Ijon^ Beach. „^^. e isor .Mr Patterson i F.llo^KU-.;. =.rue ^act- in relation At the steamboat dock, s.-veral boats ia,u.' wbeo tuiking about o^ .t.-s ; no to our thriving -la.ev.oagewnich will leave daily for the deep sea fishing ,«,, that taken ,b. for Ih., ¦..-iiiparinK probab.v oe of i:^-:est .o ,he repre- ¦; grounds and boats nre i.iways available ^ftj, ,he nourishment, they are cheaper sentative.. a:-.u tr.eir trieiiOs: | f^.^ those Who like to fish but an- nut ^^an meat, ur even fish; "r,f curse this Population- Freeport at the summer fond uf the rolling sea. does not app.y where you • >t B'|UHrter season iiKs a ; .11 uation 'f about s,.\ The celebrated .Mernck R<jad, known for little uystirs in i. dish'.f iir-; that oiiu, with a year ruunil populatic:-, of I far end wide by automobilists, runs jgn't eating, only a relish." over CmjO, and is the largest village on [ through the heart uf the village, while I^ung Island east of BrooKlyn, both in i good roads and trolley lines connect it area and population. '¦ with the hill> north shore of the IsU Civic:—It is governcrj by a Boardof i and. At Garden City, about a half Village Trustees and Viiliige Presi-; hour's ride to the north, is one ofthe dent. A iioiice force of 17 men, with ! largest aviation school fields in the Captain Darenberg at the head, keeps Slate, and flights are made almost, (|.p^ the police record of Freeport remarka- daidy. Among the dealers in Fr.eport are There are in Freeport vV'iliiam H. Pttlerson, Joseph J. Ray¬ nor, Francis Ii-arsall, Wilson .S<iuth- ard, Stephi-n H. Whaley, Wesley Pear¬ sall, Janies R. Smith, CharleB N- Smith, Mervin Smith. Abram Smith Joseph J. Raynor, in an-wer to in¬ quiry from our rt-pri.sentative, wai equally enthusiastii: abu-jl the i|uality of Freeport oysters. He has regular customers in .N'ew Yo-k lu whom ho ships and has ju-it iiegun ' n HUjrpiy Fraternal - I branches of the following fraternal and beneficiary organizations: Inde¬ pendent Order of Odd Fellowa, Daugh¬ ters of Rebekah, Mutual Benevolence p»ice of sugar was first advanced it lage at low cost and also sujiplies pow- Assn., Junior Order United American Sprague & Doughty. Charlen Verity ^convenes.'*"**''""'*'""P"*®''''* *"'"^*P °P ^'*''; er for the trolley to the dock. | .Mechanics, Daughters uf Liberty, ' bly clear. A volunteer fire depart- mod- _ ^ .. nam, CoTumbian .ipeTd'Propellers are' made 10"e of our leading local grocers re- has an'erviabie recx'd. A municipal for all tile principal speed boats in thei ports that during the week when the water and light plant supjiiie? the vcorij. 9:;i;' a. i;:., C.r.vention reconvenes. I the demand. His usual sales average i Educational—There is a large high ¦ Daughters of America, Foresters of At the conclusion of the opening j for this time of the year from 7 to S ' gchcsl, corner Grove and Pine Streets, ' America, Grand Army of the Republic. . Aiways an =-veni at exercises Monday, the Council will go barrels per week und the week of the ; and the third additional grade school is i Woman's Relief Corps, Koyal Arcan- ture theatre is a pre»er|tat+«mJrB Boh- into i-xecutive'Session, at which only | ^^ise he sold about 15 barrels, making nearing completion at a cost of $60-: um. Royal Arch IHasonB, Benevolent wortn-London production. One uf the 000. .A putilic librariy is maintained j and Protective Order of Elks, lode- greatest interest, therefore, isth* an¬ on Grove Street apart from the school. ! pendent Order of Foresters, Commer- nouncement that Jack London's "The ReligicDs—There ip a .Methudist i cial Travelers and United Brotherhood Vail.y of tiie .Moun" will be shown at Episcopal, Presbyterian, Baptist, Pro- jof Carpenters and Joiners testant Epiecopal, German Lutheran moving pic- Jack London's atory. "Tbe Valley of j^'i''*-'°'^«'' '"""'' and to him. and the -- -.„..„.i„ Committee on Credentials, all tbe Moon." prodaeed in sis masterly reels by Bosworth. will be sbovo at del«« , gates most report before the session. the Plata Theatre Wednesday. Septem. | ^ representative of the local commit- ber 9; matinee and evening. No more »«« *'" "'««^'»' ^'^^ on Sunday, o 1- . _ / ,.„...k>. .^....K *^ give any desired information, and to appealing story of youth . i^axeh for ¦ « ' delegates to their hotels happiness has ever been written, and ^ . _j- , . .i. Mr Bosworth has transferred to the '«"^,^°."<^'"f f'«"- Another repre- _ 11 »»._ ^i...:.., ^k..... ««^ sentative of the local committee wi i screen all the con?ineiDg charm and:, • u u delegate after he h»« real ism of the book. It is being greet- ; fi"^'!^ *" H„n»T.L Li'.h h ! hrL» ed by packed houses everywhere, not i ^^^^ ^"' "«/«°'"»'«. f'»h h.s badge, a only becaoM of the interest .roused i P~|"'" °/ '^« f.'?"*/ t ."if " ''^' by the mere mention of a London r..!'" ^^^^Vott and tickets for the various lease, but beeaUM It poM.Bse. in iUelf \ «»n'""f*°t« prepared, .nth. element, of Success. It baai Snn'Jay will be spent in getting ac- t punch* thrill, a beautiful low story it 2"'." ''^: "l!' °" JL""'^''^ '^''""''«' "** K by a strong cast of screen fZvor- f ° '!°?»' •'""P'. ,*-*'* "P*'.'""^ ^f "'".'I; itV.7WM diraetJd by Hobart Doaworth °*^'f »»»• P°»>''<= '•. "J'"*"*- »'" -1 r —-K J ki r.^.». w Hill t^k* place. , Following is the program and photographed by George^WJEhll. ^j ^^t-^^^.^^ members are admitted, and will be j gy^ry possible effort as did most of the in session untii shortly after noon. : grocers to supply all demands, when a s.lort parade will be heid. Sev- '¦ p^^ exception is reported of one store eral Cca:;ciis cf the order have or-, ^.^ich told its customers they were all ganized uniformed ranks, or comman- ojjt [,f gugar and expected it in a day and these will form the pririci- ^^ so, and persumably held onto their Roman Cathoiic and Bethel A. M. E. p»l I art of the par:ice. reserve supply until the pirice went up, Churcb in bd iition to several missions. .After the parade, the delegate* will j thos making a double profit. jhe Catholic Church of Our Holy Re- disperse for luneb. after which tbey. ! deemer at Pine Street and Ocean Ave- will again meet at Railroad Avenne and; Tli«nlr« Fnr Pnf« ; nue is the finest in any village on Long Grove Sttreet. there to take the trol- j * UaUlk» 1 Ul VUI-S Island. ley for Point Lookout Dock. At thej The half-tone cuts of State officers Soeiai—The.Freeport Club, on Grove dock one of the large steamers of the j of Jr. O. U. A. M. used in this issue i Street, a purely social organization. Great South Bay Ferry Company will are kinuly loaned us "by Charles W. : has long numbered among its member- coDvey theiu to the beacb, where a; Ljgie. the State Secretary of the order, ship many of the most prominent resi- couple of hours will he spent in bath It is a matter of regret to us that some dents. The Elks Club, at Merrick accompany of the cuts are of so fine • a screen ae Road and Grove Street, is the only one Commencing September 1, a reduc tion in fares on the N. T- & L. 1. Trac. tion Co. was promised, between Rock¬ ville Centre and Rockaway Avenues, ' rapid action with one of the most ex- Valley Stream, for which the fare ¦ qnigjte love stories ever written. Its sbould be 5 cenU, so that any person scenes range from the prize figbt ring, traveling from Freeport to Rockaway and city streets teeming with rioters. Avenue shoald pay but 10 cenU. Com- to the refreshing beauties of ocean and plaint has reached this otfice that at- mountain. Through it all move two tempts have been made to collect 16. very human and very lovable young to prevent getting as clear a print as on Long Is.i::i outside of Greater New | cents fer thiu trip. If any conductor people, Billy Roberts and bis wife, we would otherwise have. / . York, and has just completed a $35.-1 attempts to charge you more tban 10 Saxon, whose story the aodience fol- 000 club hcuse. The South Shore i cents, it is an error on bis part as )owi with intensest interest and tym- E. H. Olsen advertises special prices y»eht Clnb, at the head of Randall i orders have been issued reducing the pathy, and whose desire for a home in Gordon P. Ellison, wbo is a member of on Axminster rugs for next week ; see Bay, bas a large membership and is | price as noted. The rstes does not ap-' the country, "for a piece of land to the order, with the following menu: adv. , one of tbe best known on Long Island. | ply where the passenger is going ; settle down upon," will awaken re< Recreation—The trolley on Grove i throagb to the City Line, where the ' ,ponse from Maine to California. ing. etc. A band will theiu, 10 play on the boat and at the beech, also to furnish music for danc¬ ing. Al 5 o'clock, a bay dinner will be served at the Sea Side Hotel by Watch Trolley Fare5 the Plaza Theatre, Wednesday, Sep¬ tember 9; matinee and evening. Those who have been so fortunate as to see tfae previous London [days need not be told that this is a film of extraordin- ary merit. It is a play of universal appeal, combining bold realism and (Continued on page 2) More Freeport News on Page 4 street mns directly to the steamboat j price is as before. Adrertlaenient.
|Title||Nassau County Review 19140904|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19140904|
to Welcome Jr. 0. U. A. M.
Official Paper of Nassau County
FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 1914
Vol. -XIX, No. 36
HIGHWATER TIDE TABLE
The«e 11 mc-a re f or .Sarid y Honk. D>.