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SOUTH SIDE M ESSENGER $1.00 Yewly, Single Copy 5 C«>t* FREEPORT AND BELLMORE. N. Y.. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 20. 1914 Everv Wednesday Vol. 7, Number 4 Merrick Bellmore Wantagh SmgJe copies of tne Messeng«i- can be secured at Greenblatt's or Braith- wsite's news stoi^es on Railroad Ave., or Michnoff'8, Main Street, Freeport, L. I. tf Tile last two meetings of tbe Hand- ih-Hand Lea(ifae of .Merrick ha' e been rather cloae toj^ether, owing to the holidays, etc. The first meeting this y«ar was en¬ tertained by Miss B<n-tha Tatja, which was largely attended. RefretAHnents cloned the evening. The next ra«etlng of the L«eg-}e was at the home of Miss .Margaret Scber> merhom, Tuesday evening, Jatraary 12. Owing to tbe spvere storm there were only a few et this meeting, but n«vertbeiess tiiose present spent a pleasant social ev<>ning. Refreshments were served and the next meeting wrs planned for Tuesday evening, January 26, at which time the League wili be entertained bj' Miss Petrina Burne. ¦ Sei-vices at the Church of the Ke- deeroer Sunday, the Third After Epi¬ phany, at 11 A. M, and 8 F. M. Morning Prater and sermon and Even¬ ing Pray«r «nd sermon. The Church School meets in the Parish House Sun daya at 10 A. M. Woman's Auxiliary every Tbarsday at 2.30 P. M. Boy Scouts OB Thursdays at 7 30 P. M. Choir practice, F. W. Settle, Choir¬ master, Tbursdays at 8.00 P. M. G. F. S. on Friday at 8.«0 and 4.15 P. M. Cooking School, Miss Huger, at 9 A. M. The ii^erests of this church are varied and alive and not only is a cordial in¬ vitation extended to all to attend di- vii^ service but the people of the vil¬ lage are nrged to unite with some or ganrzation for efficient service. Frank Keriding, a one-time IocbI L. 1. R. R. agent was in tho village on Sf.tBP<i»y. Mc find iVIrs. A. C. UoaViV^ttit pres¬ ent sojourning in Brooklyn, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis H. Bowjoe on Monday uLght. Tbe Men's Club have been invited to become possible members of a Dio¬ cesan Athletic League. Kelegates from various parts of Long Island will meet tomorrow evening at Grace Chorch Parish House, Jamaica, to dis¬ cuss the organization. .Merrick will send representatives. The Club haa planned for the annual celebration of its birthday on Tuesday evening next. It is n^w si.x years old. The affair will be informal,—just a good jolly evening. All the men of the village, however, without exception have re¬ ceived printed invitations to attend ^ven if for only a few minutes to pass the word of cheer and give the hand of goodfellowsnip. 1 The second evening in the Lyceum : course being given by the Merrick Club will be held in the fire hall on Friday evening, the 22nd, at 8 P. M. Tbe Boston Entertainer is the attrac¬ tion. .Admission 25 cents. A basketball game is scheduled for toniffht in the Parish House at 8.30 J when the Men's Club team will meet i Lynbrook. ¦'•i i Single copies of the Messenger'can be had from Hyman Warhit newsdealer, I RHfi at Wolfe's drugsllore. tf j ^_ The annual reception, of tbe Bell- I more Yacht Club will be held in Fire j men's Hall on Saturday evening, Feb- iruary 13. j Fred Gumpp. wbw hss conducted a butcher business here on Bellmore \ Avenue for some time, removed to ; Freeport this week., where he has I opened a batcher shop on Bay view I Avenue. Mr. Gumpp will still i continue his business here, with his ' father-in-law in charge. I During tlie heavy rain storm this week a portion of the read at the i bridge on the Merrick Road caved in, I making travelling past that section l dangerous. It was necessary to f-nce I the caved part in. using .anger signals • until the proper repairs can be made. As a result of tbe stormy weather I during the past few days the water- I works pond near the Merrick lload is I again, flooded, with the water running I over the dam. The pond has been en- , tirely dry for over two years and there will in all probability be some good i skating had there this winter as soon I as cold weather sets in again. In our last week's issue an item I stated that the-^ K. Bakery of Free- port had opened a branch store here at Firemen's Hall, with Hatfield Smith as manager. Mr. Smith informs us I that he is conducting the business for j himself, that the store is not a branch I of any bakery. Mr. Smith gets his : goods fresh from Freeport every morn- j ning. I Herbert B. Valentine, who left for Port Orange. Florida, seversl weeks ago, is now located at Tampa, Florida, and is employed by the Charles S. Powell Real Estate Auctioneering Company. Mr. Powell is formerly of Freeport. COMING EVENTS AT FIREMEN'S HALL Wednesday. January 27—The annual dance of the Third Election District Republican Association. Thursday, February 11- Euchre and reception by the Altar Society of St. Barnabas' R. C. Church. Saturday, February 13—Dance for the benefit of the Bellmore Yacht Club. Satorday, February 20—Dance to be given by Advance Hook, Ladder and Engine Company. No. 1. •Motion pictures at Firemen's Hall this Friday night at the usual time. Widrner's bakery has discontinued its branch store in Galet'si building, opposite the post office, where it has been located for some time. Next .Monday night the Victor ('lub | basketball team will play a team from Oceanside in the Parish House at 8 o'clock. The annual meeting of the Ladies' Aid Society was held Wednesday af¬ ternoon at the home of Mrs. A. E. Hunt. Examinations are being held this week in the Union Free School. Grade examinations on Thursday and Friday and Regents on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. The Christian Endeavor Society of the Memorial Church held a successful cake sale in the Parish House on last Saturday afternoon netting upwards of $13. ' A young son was born to Mr. and I Mrs. William K. Newell of Jersey iCity last Wednesday. Mrs Newell is ' a daughter of Frank Seaman and was ! well-known in this section, being an ' active worker in tHe .Memorial Church. A new departure will be instituted in the evening service of the local ehurcb upon the first Sunday of each month when the service'Twill be so ord¬ ered as to provide for a larger portion of congregational singing. The rector and choirmaster feel that the grand old hymns of the chorch have messages whiflh they only wait upon such oppor¬ tunity as is proposed to convey. It iH not pleasant to took into the moszie of a loaded revolver except, parbaps, when to do so is to receive good evidence that tbe man you pay to be a watchman is "on the job." , One of our citiz/^ns returning from his winter stay in the city after dark and desiring to inspect his closed house waa busily prying open a storm door which the weather of late bad made to bind when be was confronted with tbe aforesaid revolver. He gave an ac- coant of himself to the wateimian whose acquaintance he had not before Bkade. New Telephones BALDWIN izk-M, Aubrey Pettit, Central Ave- nw. 8M. Baldwin Pharmacy, Church Street. LYNROOK • 97CJ J, Herman Hering, Denton Ave- not. 109», P. W. F. Lindner. Hempstead Avenue, Malveme. AMITYVILLE 889, C. C. Ackerm^n. Coles Avenue. WANTAGH 229-J, J. E. Keenan, Newbridge Road. Smithville South. 3S9.M, William Schneider. Mew- btiigo Road, Smithville Sootb. Formation of Hailatonea. AcconMng to a Gennac scitntlst, hallstcref- are formed by the elec¬ tricity ot thunderstorms whirh they iccompany. Vital Statistics for December During the month cf December there I were 3 deaths and 8 births in the Vil¬ lage of Freeport, as recorded with tbe ' Registrar of Vital Statistics, Sylvester : P. Shea, as follows: BIRTHS Deceoiber 8—Joyce Adele, Ellsworth , and Ciml'lotte Jennings. I William Noel, Charles F. and .Mary Murphy. 10—Edward, William J. and Minnie Miller. 12—Jules, Louis E. and Belle Fried- I man. i Elinor .Maud, Elmer and Maude E. ; Raynor. j 22—Dorothy .May, Edward H. and i Cornelia Murray. I 18—Marian Amelia Williams. 27—Maria Felice Fortunato Chimen, I Fortunato and Alessandrina Chimen. I 27—^flary Rito, Leo .^loysius and I Madeline Dalton. j DEATHS December 11—Mrs. Frances Emma j Sealy, age 66. • 17—Celia F. Comer, 75. 26—Richard H. Breen. 63. YEARLY FIGURES j In 1918 there were 118 births and 67 deaths entered, the deaths being divided as follows: Under 1 year 4 Between 1 and & years 10 Between 6 and 20 years 5 20 years or over 6 80 years or over 6 40 years or over 8 50 years or over 6 60 years or over 8 70 ysars or over 10 80 years or over 6 It will be noted that 24. or naarly two-fifths were over 60 vears of age. It is interesting tu note, by way of comparison, that in the Village of Hempstead tiiare were 63 jdeaths and 126 births. ! Divine service will be held in the; Memorial Congregational Church next j ; Sunday at 10:30 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. ' The pastor, Rev. Thomas S. Braith-j waite, will officiate at both services \ The subject of the morning sermon : will be "Picked Men." Evening sub- : ject, "The Measure of a Man." Christian Endeavor meeting Friday night at 7:45. topic, "Favorite Char- : acters of the Bible and Why." Lead¬ er, Miss Stella G. Paling. The funeral of Ira Smith, one of the oldest residents in this section, was held last Saturday afterneon ftom his late residence, being largely attended. : Rev. Thomas S. Braithwaite conducted ' the service and Mrs. Rhoda E. Jack¬ son sang an appropriate solo. Wilbur ' F. Southard was the funeral director. - The interment was in Greenfield Ceme¬ tery the same day. Willard Young and .ludso' Allen, jr., have been on the sick list for sev , eral days. ^-H^ The inlet bas again broken through , west of High Hill Beach in the same i place where thei^e has been an inlet ' for years. This will protect the many i cottages a'c the beach, as it was feared • an inlet might break through further ; east. Charles H. Robinson went lo River- head on Monday morning to see his , father, who is very ill. Mrs. Marvin M. Brooks returned ! Monday from East Marion after spend- I ing a week with her parents there. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Brooks expect to take ' up their residence on Woodward Ave¬ nue. Miss Anna Grimm spent Sunday with her parents at Newburg. I The Victor Club expected to play the St. George Triangles from Hemp¬ stead on Monday night, but owing to the storm t^.ey did not corns over. A team wbs made up of E. Wendler c, H. Van Tuyl fg, George Seaman f, ! George Siems gf, Warren Ludford g; Victor Club, Ralph Box f, J. Box f, ¦ Erwin Fussell g, E. Van Nostrand c, ; George Soper g. The Victors won by i B score of 22 to 18 after a very good I game. Look at Your Trees There are now on Long Island thou¬ sands of apple trees and other fruit trees that are passing away because no attention is given to destroying I pests, preventing diseases, or to pro- ; viding plant food. The sooner some of th'^m pass away the better because the temptation to ! spend time and money on them is re¬ moved. Old trees that have produced nothing but wood may be caused to bear fruit by proper heading, spraying and fertilising; small trees of bearing ; age may be brought into fraiting by fertilizing; young trees that have been ^-sapped of vitality by scale insects should be pmned and sprayed. I To kill San Jose scale the spraying < should be done while tbe tree is in its ' winter (dormant) condition because tbe strong fluid (lime sulpho.*) will kill folisge. Don't pot it off. Look after your I trees now. Tbe Agricultural School I at Farmingdale will give you aseist- ; ance if it is asked for now. When the ' |trees begin to pot oot and the warm I days of spring are upon you, it is too late. I Tbe SUte Agricoltural School at I Farmingdale is now equipped with a ' portable stereopticon and a variety of I slides for popular lectures on dairying, soil fertility, orcharding, planting of home and school grounds, home deco¬ ration and f«rm losses. Tbe outfit can be osed in a sitting room, school bouse, small hall or church. Electricity not necessary. The Extension Department is at yoor servioe. Use it now. Write A. B. Graham, Farmingdale, Lo^ Island. Smithville South I A "Who is Who, or Sweet Sixteen [ Party" will be given by the Woman's I Guild of the Episcopal Church at Ath I letlc Hall in this village on Thursday [evening, January 28, at 8 o'clock. ; Those masked will please give their name to the guard at the door. Ad¬ mission 10 cents. The regular monthly meeting of the Hook, Ladder and Engine Co. will he h*ld at Fire Headquarters next Thors- day, January 21, at 8 p. m SCOUT NOTES On Sunday evening, February 7, st ; 7 :80, there will be a special service by Mr. Cavert at the Presbyterian Cliurch I on Bellmore Avenue for Troop No. 1. Smithville South Boy Scouts. Mr. Cavert is an ex-Scoutmaster and is in- I terested in the Scout movement. i The week of February 7 is to be an I anniversary week throughout the Na¬ tion and National Headquarters, B. S. of A., will endeavor to have services in all cities and towns where there : are Scout troops. East Rockaway The cake sale of the School Improve¬ ment Society hns been postponed in¬ definitely. George Finley, for many years a I prominent resident of this village, ' died suddenly while engaged in his duties at The Eagle office, Brooklyn, on Wednesday last in his 6Srd year Theatre Notes Freeport CIRCUS AT THE flllTJDROME t .c:i;i(:i.ij? !iiiv. liw.ii isbUed for the Joinp I : Miss Amelia T. Doughty, For ihreo weeki Broadway lif.-^ Iit'>r. aaughte: . .'.. . ,iiii C. Doughty, of busy guessing what the "surprise" in ; 710 Puina>i> Ave„ae, Brooklyn, to Rev. preparation at the New York Hippo [ Reginald Heber Scott, curate of the drome for presentation when it re j Chorch of tht' Transfiguration. The opens a week from Saturday night i wedding will take plsce at the home might be. Now the secret is oat. The i of the bride, on Tuesday evening, Peb- flrst glad harbinger of Spring is at ; ruarv 2, Rev. William "sheafe Chase, hand. The new production is to be a ; rector of Christ Church. Brooklyn, offl- tiircos. ciating. A reception will follow at A circus in all tbst "the greatest the home of the bride's mother. Miss show on earth", implies—spectacular Dooghty is a teacher in Public School "stunts." a mighty mobilization of No. 156 (Boys), on Sutter Avenue, merry monarchs of mirth, a carious Brooklyn. constellation of cleverly comic clowns, desperately daring, death-defying di- "The Tunnel Club" will hold a dance vertisements, transcendtly terrific at Brooklyn Hall, next Thursday. Jan- thrills from the tented tops, agile oary 28; music by H. Potter's Orches- aeriai actors, extraordinary equestrian tra. ^ exploits, and a realistic revival of the First Church of Christ, Scientist.— Services Sunday morning at 11 o'clock ; Hempstead Bank Building; subject next Sunday, January 24, "Truth." Smith & Bedell talks about drugs. regal romps and revels of the circus Maximus—in the New York Hippo¬ drome, termed in the announcement, "Earth's Everlasting Edifice of En¬ trancing Entertainment!" If all this strongly suggests that qua,ity and assortment' in' their "adv.' Spring IS here withhold your judgment ^},jg week. for a moment and hatken to the title of this early edition of the "meiry : Milton Post has instituted a taxicab white tops" viathe "little red wagon" "ervice -"vith headquarters at Post's route—"New York Hippodrome's Win- ff^^e-^ ter Circus." Arthur Voegtlin, the wizard of the »| C L 1 /\ J New York Hippodrome, who has pre- IieW uCllOOl UpeOed sented one great surprise after another -,,. ^ , , . . , , on the stupendous stage of that huge . , T"® Columbus Avenue School opened se, hes harked back to the earliest ^""^^Z" i^^"f,*^* ..^"."""ili^: corner Main Street. Olive Boulevard and hou This school will accommodate form of popular public entertainment , ^ _„„ to express his genious in these trying I "^out 500 pupils. ¦^ * . •' •? The building is 134 feet by 62, con¬ tains eleven classrooms, 24 by 28 feet. can de¬ sired at some futyre time. The struc¬ ture is of red brick with light stone trimmings, firenroof on first floor with reinforced concrete work, and with fireproof stairs of the \ame material. '^f On Friday afternoon, January 22, the building will be opened for public ^,. .,»«..>.=..„ .-„ _ times, when only the hardest hit and He was'swTck en suddenly and""expir"ed ¦ loudest laogh "gets by." LastSpring >,:„,,.„„,,.„ ,„„„ ,. . „ ,„ „ , before medical attendance could be He 'Mr. Voegtlin plunged from 'cenic , « J'"d«rga'-ten room ^^^^ and a cured spectacle and mighty melodrama to large office. The first floor is so ar- During his residence throughootthis.the dulcet beauties of light opera as Suh.'5"L^lhro?"*^*l7iT Tv'lr^ section be took an active interest jn I expressed by Messrs. Gilbert & Sulli- f"rn>shed. capable of seating several section neiooK an active interest '" ! J^ . ,,„ ^. o Pin«for*. " with «.noh hundred persons. The basement -— our fire department. He served as van in H. M. b. finatoie, witn such u. ,,. , 5" „ „„^„„„-,^ ., ,. „. . president of the Nassau County Volun-! ""^cess that his production proved a be used as a gymnasium if that i teer Firemen's Association for several ' sensation and had to be sent on the years. He was a life member of the I road in response to public demand. New York State Volunteer Firemen's I It '8 hard to picture Voegtlin ar- Aasooiation, a director in the Southern ! ranging the "grSnd entree," "congress New York Association; an honorary i of clowns," "ensemble of aerial member of East Rockaway Hose Com- j ploits," "tumultueus tumbrill pany. No. 1, also an honorary member I g'"0"nd and lofty tumblers," "legions :_„,,^.. ^„ -„„ ,.„ .«„.„„„„ «„,i of Ocean «ide Hose Comoanv No 2 ! of lofty leapers." "aggregations of inspection during the afternoon and The fSneral ferv'ce wTheUl at his ' academic animal acts/' "furiously evening, with a musics program, and late resiSence Brook7yn. t Friday fantastic flying figments of frail fern- - J'^fj-'IJ.^^/ S'tTi'^h'^h^ld* eveninir ^ ininity," "beautious belles on the es of the training class will be hold. **¦ bars," "phalanxes pf perch perform- R- E. Coon, a business man in NSw Mr. and Mrs. Delemater Denton ers." "myriads of merrymakers," ^^rk City, will giv^ the address, and have left for Florida, where they will ^ "herds of high school horses," "per- 15 menibers of the class will receive spend several weeks. fectly proficient pachyderms," pink *?.T^''/P'^'"^ !l^ V*?\u\°\u-'^' ; lemonade and all the other accessories cial interest from the fact that this is The Fire Department hy a unani-' that go to make up the greatest de- ^he^rst class to graduate from the mous vote, decided to turn over their ' light of the small boy. and the most training school or teachers, and that apparatus and membership to the vil-1 prolific alibi for his elders to evade *?'*'?/"f only school ot its kind in lage. i dull care for an afternoon or evening. j Yet he has entered upon the task with Mrs. H. H. Garrison will entertain the same quiet, intense zeal that he the faculty of the Lynbrook School at! would accord a highly artistic prodoc- her residence this Wednesday evening. ; tion. It is Voegtlin who is directing every detail of the preparation for At the annual meeting of the Beth- what promises to be the most complete any Congregational Church and the ' and comprehensive circus performance Ecclesiastical Society connected there-! ever presented. The disturbed condi- ^'^jj,?'^' graduate, with, the following were el-^cted:; tions abroad have made available won- ^"^ ^°ard of Education i.- well James H. Noon and Charles E. Curtis, «derfol European novelties of ring and Pleaaed with the result of the building Deacons; CharlesE. Curti.s, Cleik; Dr. arena that have never been seen in ^hich they are able to furnish the dis- Arthur D. Jaques, Treasurer. Mrs. I America before trict for the money spent, and orgea We are not told, but we may guess, ' ?" residents of the village or surround that the huee Hippodrome is to be '"g villages to call and inspect tbe transforfmed into a replica of itsfor*- building, and attend the exercises it, runner of ancient Roman days. One the evening , , „ . . and all are informed, however, that The members-of the Traming Class the Hippodrome will present a few ^ho will graduate at this time are: New York State, being opened to High School gradoates only, the course be¬ ing one and one-half years. This di¬ ploma entitles the holder te a proba¬ tionary certificate, good for two years, and at the end of that time a life cer¬ tificate, which places the holder prac¬ tically on the dame footing as a Normal A. D. Jaques and Mrs. Robert Davison were elected members of the Church Committee, and Mrs. H. S. Abrams. Deaconess. At the Society meeting Charles L. Phipps, Edward T. Neu and W. B. Hauts^h were elected Trustees ; Ed , jays hence the greatest eques'rian and ward T. Neu, Clerk ; Treasurer. James H. Noon, equiiibristic acta, midair, ring and; arenic feats, animal acts, clowns con¬ vention, gymnastic and acrobatic ar ray, riding reviews, demonstrations of deftness and dexterity and if death-' defying termerity ever assembled un¬ der any roof, temporary or permanent. While most of the "wiseones"were anticipa'^ing a season of popular priced Samuel E. Mott of this village has i received a Dox of fruit from National : City, California, that was shipped to ' him by his son, Wilbur C. Mott, who, formerly was a prominent builder and contractor at Lynbrook, and who left i that village a few months ago, with- , . .l u- j ^u: out any notice, and whose whereabouts ^.^fl^?!?. tLi^l,-"ji'L^ tT„ Ii ' was not known until the arrival of the said box of fruit. surprise has been arranged. The big Sixth Avenue amphitheatre will dis¬ pense with the production, "Wars of the World," close on Saturday night and will remain dark for a week while , the final touches are being given to . the performance that will open on the ; succeeding Saturday as the "greatest : show on earth." The schedule of two performances a Iday will be adhered to throughout the I run of the Winter Circus. Valley Stream Johanna Maria Byl Delia May Cheshire Fannie E, Devlin -*- .Josephine E. Pinct"" Myrtle Theodora Gissel Magdalen L. Hoffman M. Constance Loux Clara A. Peterson ^:^i^ A. Marjorie Pitcher " "* Louise H. Rullmann Hazel A. Seamen Florence M. Tbomaa Eleanor Marguerite Trayer Ekinah Beatrice Vail Emily J. Werner Village Trustees A special meeting of the Village. Board of Trustees was held Thursday afternoon, as the members of the Board wished to attend the bearing before tbe Public Service Commission today. Friday (which was the regular meeting day.) Trustee Raynor was unable to be present. The following applications were granted: For Water—George Gosselin, Rot- Urge Dorlon's Appointment Several hundred signatures have been secured to the petition to the offi¬ cials at Albany in advocacy of the ap¬ pointment of E. A. Dorlon as Game Protector for this territory. Mr. Dor- Ion's record at Albany, covering the period of bis fdrtner appointment show him to have been a most faithful ser¬ vant. ] .. After he began his term in 1902 andA Mrs. Rose Metzler announces the in cunjunction with Protector OvertonTj^^rriage of her daughter. Miss Sadie 'a™ Road of Port Jefferson. Dorlon sent into the Metzler, to Charles Frey, which was ^or Lighting—Paul Stone. Grand SUte Treasury more than any four '> celebrated at the rectory of St. Mary's Avenue; Daniel Da Silva, South Grove protectors in the State service com*' R. C. Cborcb on Satorday, January Street. / bined—cases and fines aggregating 9th, tbe Rev. Peter P. McGovern offi-; Thomas McCaffrey of South Main $30,000. He was in several big game dating. Street, by Blvin N. Edwards, his at- raids on cold storage houses, success- ; torney, filed a claim for $250 damages folly prosecuting all cases. ^ _ i Announcement has been made by caosad by tbe fall of bis horse on At- In 1902 in conjonction with City ^r. and Mrs. Robert M. Dibble of the ; lant»c Avenue on December 28, includ- officials he made an effectual ending > engagement of their daughter, Miss ing payment for time lost from his of the incursions of Menhaden fisher-1 Mable, to Paul Ackley. of Vernon, business; referred to Counselor Swei- men, who had been netting in New . Conn. Tbe date for tbe wedding has «y- Tork waters. Early in 1907 he aided - not as yet been announced, in breaking up the practice of netting docks in Shinnecock Bay. Planta Can Feel. Thia act alone is worthy of common-; We now know that plants are ahta dation. By clever detective work in to feel objects at a distance Certain tbe same year he put an end to the ferns, for example, will b^gin to send netting of sll wild fowl itf Long Island, down a root on the outside of the pot waters. He captured 470 docks in ' the instant T'.att^r Is placed in the one haul In 1908 be exposed the' saucer; and. when a fly is placed be- Harrison Street cold storage "Eieex- fore a aundew plant ibe leef reaehea er. "—Nassau Post. for the Insect with its tentacles. The Village Treasurer's report for December 81, 1914, was received and filed, showing the balances in each fund, as follows: General, $659 11; street, $M5.79; water. $404 444; elec¬ tric light, $1887.94 ; Board of Health, $769.48: interest. $796.18; tax ar- resrs, $1028.10; fire department, : $2995.20; street light. $10U.28; side¬ walk, $796.26; park maintenance fond, $181.10; police fund, $1205.06.
|Title||South Side Messenger 19150120|
|Title||South Side Messenger 19150120|
SOUTH SIDE M ESSENGER
$1.00 Yewly, Single Copy 5 C«>t*
FREEPORT AND BELLMORE. N. Y.. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 20. 1914
Vol. 7, Number 4
SmgJe copies of tne Messeng«i- can be secured at Greenblatt's or Braith- wsite's news stoi^es on Railroad Ave., or Michnoff'8, Main Street, Freeport, L. I. tf
Tile last two meetings of tbe Hand- ih-Hand Lea(ifae of .Merrick ha' e been rather cloae toj^ether, owing to the holidays, etc.
The first meeting this y«ar was en¬ tertained by Miss B