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FIRST SNOW STOi OF THE SEASON ONION THANKSeiVlNG SERVICE THURSDAY IN THE PRESeHERIAN CHORCH. FREEPORT SOUTH SIDE MESSENGER VoL 2, Number 18 Every Friday FREEPORT AND BELLMORE, N. Y., FRIDAY/NOVEiV) BER 19, 1909 $1.00 Yearly, Single Copy 5 Cents IWO MOS RUN INTO I The Regular shoot of the Gun club I will be held on Thanksgiving Day in nnu I auv av aaw • aaa^wam ^ ^^^ morning. In the afternoon the DWJJIKE AT BELUmOIIE "^""^'^^ ^'"'"'" '°''* ^"'''''' against the Merrick Club. OTHER LOCiU. NOTES i Last Saturday afternoon the Gun ^ j club held a pigeon shoot. The fol- ! lowing were the scores made: "Aunt NellieV ad. appears in Every-j Class A: William Schultz 14; John body's Column this week. Read it. ! Box 12. — - ! Class B: James M. Seaman 17; Gro- We have the report of the illness of' ver Siems 15; J. J. Fussell 10; C. W. W. E. Horn's children. Vail's Mystic Show here for days in Fireman's Hall. Vail ii known hereabouts. three well Big Sale on at Ph. Jacobson's Family Shoe Store, 81 and 83 So. Main St.., Freeport. 2 t. Stafford's moving pictures are draw¬ ing good crowda every Tuesday night in Fire Hall. Next week, ort''Wednesday night, the Ball of the Advance H. L. & Engine Co. Richard W. Lemm and family have moved from Bellmore to the Block cot¬ tage on Wilson Avenue. The railroad company has repaired thc Bellmore Avenue crossing, putting in new planks and fixing the approaches to the tracks. Don't forget the big ball to-morrow night in tlu' Firemen's Hall, Smith¬ viUe, South. Good music, refreshments and dancing, all for tifty cents. The new residence for Frederick Grimm soiuli of the tracks is about linished. Hting equipped with all the latest improvements it is one of tht nicest |)lacLS in the village. Allen 5- Class C: Harry Braithwaite lO. News From All Over Freeport Dr. Newton has purchased ati"^ auto¬ mobile which he hand'es like a veteran. Cadman Frederick is ill again. Re¬ ports are that he is improv.ng at this writing. In the Memorial church next Sun¬ day the pastor will preach in the morning on, "Paul's Estimate of Himself". In the evening a Thanks¬ giving service will be held with spe¬ cial music by the choir and a soprano solo by Miss Laura Cowles. The sermon will be the third in the series on Solomon. Topic "Something Bet¬ ter Than Gold". As told about Merrick Read Stephen Pettit's automobile offer in Everybody's Column. \ Big Sale on Shoes at Ph. Jacob- son's Family Shoe Store, 8i and 83 so. Main St. Freeport. Smith & Levy have purchased the property of Henry Rider situated on the West side of Main street. Oscar Rhodes lelt jitesterday for a trip to Jacksonville, Fla., to be gojje until Christmas. Mrs. Jean M. Stiles' Saturday night class will give a private reception in Fraternity Hall to-morrow night. Dr. W. G. Smith, Dentist, 61W. Mer¬ rick Road, Freeport; 'Phone 85-R. tf Harry C. Cook is a director of the Newbrook Company of N. Y. char¬ tered in this State to make and sell machinery, tools, etc. Mo:e houses are to go up on thc Sdh\;enck'.' dcvi'l->|)ment. Residents thercahout.s hope they will be of a pleas- ins design and in keeping with their surnmiKiiiigs. Mrs. Charles Johnson, wife of the well-kiinwii luiikler. was reniove<l S;>t- urday to ilic M neola Hospital in the auto-ambulancje, sitfTering. we are told, from peretonitis. A horse belonginjj to I'Mvvard Steven¬ son of Hellmore .-Wcnue \v;is shot last week hy an officer of the S. 'P. C. A. The horse was unfit for work and upon complaint prompt action vvas taken. Mr. H. II. Cammann and family returned to the city on Monday for the winter. A little girl arrived on Sunday night to grace the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Greaves. i Miss Margaret Appleton of New York spent a few days this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Kent. The Pansy Club enjoyed the hos¬ pitality of Mrs. Coles Carpenter on Thursday afternoon. Special vaudeville att^raction at the Sigmond Theatre Thanksgiving Eve. Full orchestra and fine snow. Don't miss it. Adv. The ladies of the Baptist Church will hold a Thanksgiving sale of cake, etc., on Wednesday, Nov. 24, at the home of Mrs. Conway, 17 Smith Street. Ro)ral ' Moeineau has established a kindling wood factory, and is getting his motor power from the Roosevelt Water Light & Power Co. John Sneider has purchased the lots on corner of Wood Ave. and Main St. and will erect*' a large business building as a wholesale meat mar¬ ket. Ladies of the Board of Trade will give Poverty Party at Hall, Friday evening. dammittee: Mrs. John Towers, Mrs. Thos. Le Roy, Mrs. Hy. Smith, Miss Lottie Edwards, Mrs. Alex Steward, Miss Addie Toures, Mrs. Kathryne Madigan. 300 HIGH Quality Business or Professional Cards printed, 75 cents post paid. National Mail Order Co., 200 Melrose St., Brooklyn, N. Y. We are glad to report that Samuel T. Raynor of the First National Bank is able to be at this desk again after a severe illness. Vandewater Post has finished the .McChesney cottage on Wallace Street and has started another one of equally attractive design. Mrs. Laura Corlies is passing the week in New York, the Ruest of Miss Kate Cammann. The Merrick Mook and Ladder Co. No. 1 will give an entertainment in Firemens Hall on Wednesday night, Nov 25, consistsing of songs, humor¬ ous recitations and mufjic. All out! A bungalow is in course of erec¬ tion on the property adjoining that of W. J. Kenny on Merrick Road to be occupied on completion by Mr. Geo. Vi Conklin, of the Freeport Post Office. Counsellor T. N. Rijjson, a former resident of this place, has purchased a plot 100x250 feet on Cathedral Ave., Hempstead, where, it is stated, he will build a $10,000 residence. Judge Tatem sent Mrs. Rosa Schmidt, over bo years of age, to Mineola for an examination as to her sanity. She was declared insane and sent to the Kings Park Asylum. The unfortunate woman recently underwent an operation and it is thought the result brought on the mental trouble aforesaid. T.f/c automobiles going west one afternoon last week ran off the road way near the Jones residence on the Merrick Road and landed in the dry lake. Frank Smith fixed up one of the machines and the other was towed out by a passing team. Both went on their way to New York. No one was in¬ jured and no names given. Albert Bergstrom and Chas. Mid¬ mer having met thc physical require¬ ments left on Wednesday to enter the training school for Uje Navy at Newport. After a tnree-months' trjaining at the school they will be subjected to an examination and, if passing satisfactorily, will be assign¬ ed a vessel. The Pansy Club will hold a cake and candy sale in the Parish House on Saturday afternoon and evening from 3:30 to 9:30. Do not make cakes for Sunday, buy them, the best ever. You will find on sale peanuts the freshest roasted and candy to which Huylers is not a patch. And the girls who wait on you are each an Amerrickan beauty. Tliose who would iike to escape the annoyance and dangers of colds had better read and act upon the informa¬ tion in Smith & Bedell's adv. this week. The Ladies' Aid Society of the M. E Church will hold a rummage sale of useful articles to-day and to-morrow, corner of Merrick Road and .Main Street. The North Bergen Piace crossing nr Do you know that you can get the best kind of imported and domestic delicatessen articles in the new store, at 15 Railroad avenue, Freeport? Clean-" liness and home cooking predominate. tf When Bloodine Rheumatic Lini¬ ment has cured so many cases of Rheumatism, why do you suffer, with this terrible affliction? It relieves all pain instantly. 25c and 5c a bottle.— Thos.' Johnston, druggist. A magnificent monument, with stone and pressed steel fencing has been ordered from the Sutter Marble and Granite Works of Hicksville, through their local agent, W. E. Pal¬ mer of Baldwin, for the Behr family plot in Greenfield. The total cost is said to reach $1,000. HEMPSTEAD HOPES FOR A NEW RAILROAD DEPOT OTHEI KWS ITENS $275.00 after all" expeses Avere paid, was the suin realized at the eucher of Nov. 4 at Loretto Hall. Louis N. Long, well known as steward of the South SlioreVacht Club, will give a Beef Steak Dinner at the Hotel Norwood tomorrow night, Nov. 20th. Lovers of a good dinner will gladly pay thc $2.50 charged for tickets. Nov. 24 the choir of the Presbyterian Church will give a concert under thc direction of Prof. Palamountain. A programme of a pleasing order has been arranged. Miss Richardson of Brook- thc soprano, Mrs. C. H. Reacji, General Notes of Interest Here and There Editor Kennedy, possessor of several papers, announces a new one called the Fair Ground Weekly, covering that lo¬ cality. The Long Beach Water Company has filed a certificate with the Secretary of State announcing an imrrease in its di¬ rectorate from three t"seven members. Fred Neehman, who is in the' em¬ ploy of Harvey Hasey, formerly of F"ulton Avenue, has been in the vil¬ lage superintending the moving of some of Mr. Hasey's goods to Cran^ berry Creek, North Hampton, N. Y. It is surmised that the L. I. Rail¬ road company will build a new depot on its recently acquired propeny on Main St., the. company now owns an entire block of land, bounded by Jack¬ son, Centre, Main Sts., and the tracks. Miss Mary Gory was paid $45 00 for the last strip. Mr. Hasey recently sold his fine property on Fulton Avenue, and his winters will liereafter be passed in Boston. The Hasey summer home in Northampton is a beautiful bne. The flowers on t"he place arc so many that the villagers look to its gardens in time of weddings and funerals. Brooklyn Avenue is being imiiroveJ l)y i "i'^'^- ^^^- A. P. Davidson, tenor and the installation of cement cross walk.- malcing an improvement that will be ap¬ preciated during the months when walking is bad. Other crossings in Ihis section will be improved in a like manner. The Sermon topic for Sunday mor¬ ning in the M. E. Church will be "Vicarious Suffering." At 7:30 P. M. Dr. W. A. Richard will preach on "The Flag and The Faith". The Jun¬ ior Order of United American Me¬ chanics will attend the service in a body. All are invited. bass Prof. Palamountain. It has been annotmced that the N. Y ¦'t L. 1. Traction Company will change the color of its cars from the familiar "Broadway yellow^ to the more nioJern "Pullman Green." Rev. Dr. Kerr of the Pres.l)ytcrian Church in Hempstead occupied the pul¬ pit of the Freeport Presbyterian Church last Sunday. N. Y. Anti-Vivisection Society an¬ nounces a private view of the Exhibit to be given by the Society from four tj six o'clock Saturday, the 13th, at 509 Fifth .Avenue, New York. Services at the Church of the Re¬ deemer Sunday, next before Advent, at 7:30 and 11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. Celebration of the Holy Communion at the early service. The Sunday School meets in the Parish House at 10 A. M. The subject for the day's study is "Spreading the Good News of the Kingdom", lesson 2T. The School begins the practice of the Christmas Mrs. Lorenzo Heine gave a birthday I carols under the direction of the party to her husband, the posjmaster, | choirmaster, Mr. F. W. Settle. last week, which was a surprise every way. Those who enjoyed the games, music and refreshments wero Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Heine, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Lar¬ kin, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hopkins. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Thornton, Mrs. Nacgeli. Mrs. Chas. Smith, Mr. arid Mrs. Sam¬ uel Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Smith and others. When Mr. Thorn¬ ton reached his home he found his pockets full of toothpicks. Announcement is made of thc en¬ gagement of George Valentine Mid¬ mer, son of Wm. Midmer, to Miss Birdie Agnes Luby. Miss Luby is now employed at the Hotel Merrick. Mrs. .\rthur .\nthony whose con¬ dition we reported last week as sat¬ isfactory after her operation at the Brooklyn Hospital continues to im prove and hopes to leave the Hospit¬ al on Tuesday and spend Thanksgiv- AFAIR.-Afairwill be held under j |"/ ^ay with her parents Mr. and the auspices of the Ladies' Aid Society I ^1"- ^mery of Brooklyn. of the M. E. Church Monday aftemoon and evening, November 29th at Fire¬ men's Hall. There will be on sale a goodly assortment of fancy articled also many useful things. Ice cream, candy and cake for sale. In Good Old Wantagh An Autumn Reception will be given by the Willing Workers on Thanks¬ giving Eve in the Firemens Hall. Stafford's Moving Picijures in Ultsch's Hall every Thursday night are drawing good crowds, tf. The Ladies Aid Society will hold its Annual Fair in the Firemens H;^!! on Wednesday afternoon and evening December i. Services will be held in the Church of the Redeemer on Thanksgiving Day at 10 A. M. The hour is placed early that the convenience of the greatest number may be met and therefore it is hoped that many will take advantage of President Taft's suggestion to meet in their accustom¬ ed place;|_ of worship to return thanks' to Almiglity God fdr his mercies vouchsafed throughout the year just, passed. ,The special offering for the day is in behalf of needy families of de¬ ceased clergy. The 'yVhatsoever Circle of Kings Daughters held a meeting on Wed¬ nesday afternoon with Mrs. Helen AMen. "The Blessing of a Thankful Heart" vrill be the topic for the weekly meet¬ ing of the Christian Endeavor Society this Friday night in the church. CWrybedy's Column. Pag* 4 The Men's Clii^ have arranged for an attractive cintertJainment and Dance in Firemens Hall on Tuesday evening Nov. 30tb. The Three Star Novelty Company will be presented by thc Club including Miss Pearl Skillen, Impersonator; Miss Ruth Wolfe, Cometist; and Miss Edna Kimball, Soprano. Tickets are nbw out costing 35 cents including dancing and may be obtained from any mem¬ ber of the Club. The committee in charge is Geo. Muller, Chairman; Wm. H. Edwards, and Frannk Red¬ ding. N»w Afl4r*«a: M»WMiHi*r—MHrmy Bros., 13 Railroad Av*., Fr**port. At Christ Lutheran Church morn¬ ing service will Ibe held on Sunday, at 10.30; the Sunday School meets at 2.30 p. m.; at 7.30 p. m., there will be an evening service. Thanksgiving Day will be celebrated by an appropriate service at 10.30 next Thursday morn¬ ing Residents of the Bay View section and in the Woodcieft Beach devel- opement will be supplied with gas in amout ten day's time, the Nassau and Suffolk Lighting Company having about completed the installation of its mains through these sections as far south as the Norwood Hotel. The Village Board meets tonight in Village Office. First Baptist ' Church, Freeport. Frederick J. Soule, Minister. Public worship of God, Sunday at 10:30 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. Morning theme. Religious Emancipation—A Thanks¬ giving Foreword. Evening, The Life of Vision. Sunday School, 2:30 P. M. Christian Endeavor, 7:00 P. M., Jun¬ ior Endeavor, Thursday, 3.30 P. M. A cordial invitation to all. In its issue of Nov. 5 thc Review called attention to fire in the wools east of the village and suggested send¬ ing a company there to extinguish the flames. The suggestion was excellent but not acted upon until an alarm sounded at 11 o'clock Saturday morn¬ ing called the department to this same place where the flames were making heavlway. The boys stretched 700 feet of hose and squelched the ambitions of the flames, which did no damage. Since ihe completion of the en¬ larging of J. D. Kiefer's Art Store on Main St., the village has one of the finest and best lighted stores of this kind that can be found in any village. The inside is tastefully dec¬ orated with every conceivable" kind of art goods and fancy articles. The floor space has been doubled and the photographic studio remains in the rear as formerly. We congratulate Mr. Kiefer and wish him much suc¬ cess. "The Duty of Happiness" will be the Sunday morning sermon theme of the Rev. Charles Herbert Scholey at the First Presbyterian Church. Prof. Barnes' Bible Class for Men will meet immediately at the close of the morning service instead of at the usual Sunday School hour. The subject of the Pastor's evening ser-j several old buildings from* Bennington mon will be "Nahum; God as our | Park into Russell Park, whrich is all Friend or Foe". A Union Thanks Sigmond to Keep Theatre Open Manager\Sigmund has stated that he will continue the vaudeville shows at the Sigmund Theatre throughout thc Winter and promises an exceed¬ ingly good bill for each Saturday night. The prices will not be raised but will continue to be loc, 20c and 30c, and 5c, loc and 15c for moving picture nights. To-morrow he will have a 10 piece orchestra, five good vaudeville acts, four reels of pictures and several latest illustrated songs. The scenery and stage fittings are to ' work was addressed by the Rev. Wil be gone over and made equal to new | son Phraner, of East Orange, N. J., Rev. Father O'Hara. of the church of Our Lady of Loretto, is giving ad¬ vice and aid towards the forming of a young men's club at the Church Hall. Thursday evening last, a meet¬ ing was held, which promised well for the success of the undertaking. Fath¬ er O'Hara was one 01 about 50 men who started the Holy Name Society in Brooklyn about 25 years ago it now numbers /o,ooo members. The shops are beginning to spruce up for their Thanksgiving window shows. Otten the famous candy man is now occupying his big store next to the new jiempstead Bank: while Mr. Otten's old store is already oc¬ cupied by a fancy groceries stand. Eugene P. Parsons is now in the Sea¬ bury Building No. 55 Main St., where H. Willard Griffiths joins him after Dec. I. Talk about Broolflyn, it's not in it with our Hemi)stead business quarter. On Thursday afternoon, at 3.30 the Junior Dept. of Mi.ssion Work, con¬ nected with the Presbyterian Church, of which Rev. Dr. Kerr is pastor, held its regular literary meeting in the church house. M'iss J. Wilkin, of Jamaica, addressed the department. On Friday afternoon in the church house, the Senior Dept. of mission and other innovations promised to gife the public a clean, refined place of amusement. We understand the Sigmund Stock Company, with Alice Donaldson will be regular visitors here this Winter in specially selected plays. No Permanent Injunction From the Brooklyn Eagle we quote the following which may be of interest to Freeport folks: "In the action brought by E. V. Bald¬ win of this village against Mrs. Catha¬ rine Stearn of Manhattan and her father, Oscar Dooling, seeking a per¬ manent injunction to prevent removal of giving Service of the Baptist, Meth odist Episcopal and Presbyterian Churches will be held in the Presby¬ terian Church will be held in the terian Church at 10:30 A. M. Thanksgiving Day. Smithville South The orders for the fife and drum corp equipment are to be placed at once and tlje work of rehearsing will go steadily on. Deputy sheriffs on duty at the cup course during the last races have re¬ ceived checks from the Motor Cups Holding Co., paying them for their services. Mrs. Mabel Erts of Maplewood, N. Y.. a sister of Mrs. W. F. Hubbell, is a guest at the Hubbell home. Mr. and Mrs. Hubbell have had Mrs. Kathleen Lawrence of Baldwin at their home for a week. The Right Rev. Frederick Burgess, D. D., will visit St. Matthias Church this Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock and confirm a class. The rector. Rev. E. N. Hollings, extends an invitation to all. ^ The Jenny Wren Club met at thc Church Thursday. Refreshments were served and the allotment of the pillow was made by little Ada Murray, 3 years old. Mrs. Thomas Birch of Bellmore received it. The club thanks all wbo helped them. Thc big ball of the Fire Company to-morrow night in Fire Hall here. Tickets arc 50 cents each, including the dancing and the supper. Don't fail to be on hand if yoti desire a good time. The hall has been placed in first class shape and tbe new dance ffool* is al¬ ready laid. Hustling Roosevelt Several new houses under construc¬ tion in this village. John Whitehouse is at Toronto, Canada. 'I saw K In fh* Mosaongart" Masque ball in fire house on Nov. 24th. Services at Methodist Church in Board of Trade Hall last Sunday was largely attended. Dr. W. G. Smith, Dentist, fil W. Mer¬ rick Road, Freeport; 'Phone 85-Ri tf John Harris is installing a modern heating plant in Board of Trac'e building. John J. Dixon has accepted a po¬ sition with the Trenton Engraving Co. as civil engineer. Peanut social held at the resklence of Mrs. Place for St. Paul's Guild this week. Forty attended. Big Sale On at Ph. Jacobson's Family Shoe, Store, 81 and 83 So. Main St., Freeport. 2t. The large plate glass front has been completed in tile Geo. De hap build¬ ing on Main St.. under the supervis¬ ion of Arthur Whitehouse. Joseph Freedman has purchased several t<^t3 in Whitehpuse Villa for the erection of a large and commodi¬ ous residence. Vo¥ You—Everybody's Column. ^mm restricted property, Justice Thomas of the Supreme Court had decided to give the defendants a chance to bring the qld buildings up to the restrictions re¬ quired, Mrs. Stdarn having made affi¬ davit in court that she would do so. The motion for the permanent injunc¬ tion is denied in the meantime, without costs or prejudice. This gives the plaintiff leave to apply at any time for renewal of the motion if the buildings are not brought up to the restrictions required. A time limit in which to make altera¬ tion will be asked for by the plaintiff on the defendants. The matter of damages claimed and fhe other issues involved by reason of the acts of Mrs. Stearn and Dooling moving in the old structures on restrict¬ ed land will be tried at Mineola next month. The decision of the court is impor¬ tant lo property owners in restricted tracts, conveying, as it does, in effect, the direction that restrictions must be livsd up to. This is what the plaintiff and other property owners of RusseM Park contended for and desired to get the court's ruling on, as many laymen had contended otherwise. who is a veteran in missionary work, and a most interesting speaker. A Few Notes From Baldwin Big Sale on at Ph. Jacobson's Farnily Shoe Store, 81 and 83 So. Main St., Freeport. Elsewhere we print the account of the Opperman-Ricketts wedding here Wednesday, Sheffer's store has been improved by a coat of white paint and looks much better than formerly. — • - Dr. W. G. Smith, Dentist, 61 W. Merrick Road, Freeport, 'Phone 85-R. tf There will,be a "pig chase" in front of Hebenstreit's "Thanksgiving Day which ought to provide much fun for spectators and participants alike. The Ladies' Aid Society of the M. P. Church will hold their annual Thanksgiving supper on November 24 to which all are cordially invited. New maps of the 10 fire districts here are being distributed to store¬ keepers and residents. Be sure you get one and hang it where it can be seen. The Knights of Pythias, Chegonoe Lodge, No. 272, of Baldwin, will give an entertainment at Salamander Hall, Oceanside, Nov. 29th, which will be one of the biggest affairs ever run by this lodge, which has a good-sized ros¬ ter of enthusiastic members. Invita¬ tion is by members, no charge being made, and a big time is looked for. State Hii^ways The list of State and Country high¬ ways which have been designed to be advertised for contract during the win- tei; of 1909 and 1910 by the State Cora- mission of Highways, in Nassau County, which are part of Division No. i with headquarters in Poughkeepsie, N. Y.: Nassau County, State Highway, Route 35, Sec. I, from New York City L''nr, easterly, through Lakeville, towarJ Searington and Albertson Station, two miles. County Hi^fhway, No. 548, Berry Hill (part of). From Oyster Bay through Syosset to the Jericho Turn¬ pike, 4-78- Do You Want to Suy or Soil? Us* Cvorybody's Column. Mr. Sihith was formerly a resident of Roosevelt and was born there, H« resided in that place for 79 years. Hi» parents were both born and raised there, and many friends will mourn the loss of so old a citizen who was' well known and respected whereyer he went. ^ Alexander Smith 87 years old died Friday night at thc home of his only child Mrs. Jamts H. Verity. The cause of his death was old age. Thc funeral was held Monday from Mrs. Veritsr's home on Church Lane. Rev. Dr. Gordon of the M. P. Chnrch of¬ ficiating. The interment was in the burial ground of the JPresbyterian Church ii^ Freeport Advartls* In Evarybody's Ceiumn.
|Title||South Side Messenger 19091119|
|Title||South Side Messenger 19091119|
FIRST SNOW STOi OF THE SEASON ONION THANKSeiVlNG SERVICE THURSDAY IN THE PRESeHERIAN CHORCH. FREEPORT
SOUTH SIDE MESSENGER
VoL 2, Number 18
FREEPORT AND BELLMORE, N. Y., FRIDAY/NOVEiV) BER 19, 1909
$1.00 Yearly, Single Copy 5 Cents
IWO MOS RUN INTO
I The Regular shoot of the Gun club
I will be held on Thanksgiving Day in
nnu I auv av aaw • aaa^wam ^ ^^^ morning. In the afternoon the
DWJJIKE AT BELUmOIIE "^""^'^^ ^'"'"'" '°''* ^"''''''
against the Merrick Club.
OTHER LOCiU. NOTES
i Last Saturday afternoon the Gun
^ j club held a pigeon shoot. The fol-
! lowing were the scores made: "Aunt NellieV ad. appears in Every-j Class A: William Schultz 14; John body's Column this week. Read it. ! Box 12.
— - ! Class B: James M. Seaman 17; Gro-
We have the report of the illness of' ver Siems 15; J. J. Fussell 10; C. W.
W. E. Horn's children.
Vail's Mystic Show here for days in Fireman's Hall. Vail ii known hereabouts.
Big Sale on at Ph. Jacobson's Family Shoe Store, 81 and 83 So. Main St.., Freeport. 2 t.
Stafford's moving pictures are draw¬ ing good crowda every Tuesday night in Fire Hall.
Next week, ort''Wednesday night, the Ball of the Advance H. L. & Engine Co.
Richard W. Lemm and family have moved from Bellmore to the Block cot¬ tage on Wilson Avenue.
The railroad company has repaired thc Bellmore Avenue crossing, putting in new planks and fixing the approaches to the tracks.
Don't forget the big ball to-morrow night in tlu' Firemen's Hall, Smith¬ viUe, South. Good music, refreshments and dancing, all for tifty cents.
The new residence for Frederick Grimm soiuli of the tracks is about linished. Hting equipped with all the latest improvements it is one of tht nicest |)lacLS in the village.
Class C: Harry Braithwaite lO.
News From All Over Freeport
Dr. Newton has purchased ati"^ auto¬ mobile which he hand'es like a veteran.
Cadman Frederick is ill again. Re¬ ports are that he is improv.ng at this writing.
In the Memorial church next Sun¬ day the pastor will preach in the morning on, "Paul's Estimate of Himself". In the evening a Thanks¬ giving service will be held with spe¬ cial music by the choir and a soprano solo by Miss Laura Cowles. The sermon will be the third in the series on Solomon. Topic "Something Bet¬ ter Than Gold".
As told about Merrick
Read Stephen Pettit's automobile offer in Everybody's Column.
Big Sale on Shoes at Ph. Jacob- son's Family Shoe Store, 8i and 83 so. Main St. Freeport.
Smith & Levy have purchased the property of Henry Rider situated on the West side of Main street.
Oscar Rhodes lelt jitesterday for a trip to Jacksonville, Fla., to be gojje until Christmas.
Mrs. Jean M. Stiles' Saturday night class will give a private reception in Fraternity Hall to-morrow night.
Dr. W. G. Smith, Dentist, 61W. Mer¬ rick Road, Freeport; 'Phone 85-R. tf
Harry C. Cook is a director of the Newbrook Company of N. Y. char¬ tered in this State to make and sell machinery, tools, etc.
Mo:e houses are to go up on thc Sdh\;enck'.' dcvi'l->|)ment. Residents thercahout.s hope they will be of a pleas- ins design and in keeping with their
Mrs. Charles Johnson, wife of the well-kiinwii luiikler. was reniove