TBE WAEAAV POST, I1X0OXT, W. T., FSIDAT, AUGUST 13,1915.
We cany only tiu best of eveiythiBg in om line; and handle aad keep it poritively protected against contamination.
CaU and inspect onr place and observe its eleanlineti and our Military methods.
It makes no difference whether yon live at Roosevelt, Merrick, Bellmore, Wantagh or Seaford, telephone yonr order and we will deliver it promptly and satiifactorily.
We 'are establishing auto service. •
FREEPORT FISH MARKET
16 WEST MERBIClg ROAD. Tel. Z-M.
J. M. HCWI^CTT
LOOK FOR MT PICTURE BUT COME IN AND SEE ME AND MT POMPLETE STOCK OF
Hardware and House Furnishings
GLASSWARE, DISHES, PORCELAIN LJNED AND AGATE WARE, WIRE WINDOW AND DOOR SCREENS ^EADT TO PUT UP, PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES. POULTRY WIRE, ALL WIDTHS AND OARl^N HOSE,
Supplies of Every Description
W. A. MACFARLANE
29 SOUTH MAIN STREET. COR. OLIVE BOULEVARD
Hay, Feed, Bundle Wood
Market and Garden Seeds,,Seed Potatoes, Fertilizer, Dried Grains COR, CHURCH STREET AND NEW BOULEVARD, FREEPORT, N, T. Will close at 1 P. M. on Saturdays during July, Augnst and September
IBy 8p«K;!al Correnpondent.) Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Doughty
spent laat week visitibs the family of
Mott Pettit st New Cunanj Conn.
Mra. Charles Loekhart of Bayariew avenue haa retamed trom the Mine¬ oia hospital and is te«\\ng quite well after a recent operatlonVor appendi¬ citis.
Mias Helen Beegrle of Bay Knoll in company with a number of other young ladies, is apending two weeks camping at Cokertown, N. Y.
Mrs. W. H. Beegle returned to her home on Bayview avenae from St. Joseph's hospital, where ehe had been for the past three weeks, on Wednes¬ day.
The Misses Mildred and Vena Smith left this week for Jersey and will with othera spend a vacation on a house boat going from poini to point in the numerous bays.
Mr. Thonuu9 Burns has gone to the Kings county hospital for observa¬ tion. He returned the week before and felt considerably better.
On Sunday two weeks ago three autos started for Camp Nassau in the Adirondacks. In the party were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Foster, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Foster and children, Mr, and Mrs. George Hicks and young daugh¬ ter and Mr. and Mrs. Myron Combs.
(Hy Special CorrcspondPnt.) .Miss Elsie Moss and M. Combs of Irving place have gone to Bayshore for a month.
Mrs. F. Tiiden Brown of the Boule¬ vard is at Lakewood.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Williams of Wyckoft place are at Orchard Beach, Maine.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Deutz of Man¬ hattan have arrived for the rest of the season and have a cottage in Bru- ton avenue.
Woodmere Council, Junior Order of United American Mechanics, is ar¬ ranging for its annual carnival to be held early next month. A king and queen wlll he elected and a firemen's tournament and athletic contests will be held. The committee comprises J. J. Cromwell, Albert Small, W. Stln- son, Warren D. Brutis, Wiliiam Dath- am, Hiram B. Cosby, Thomas Brower, William Schmidt and Ruben Wanser. Miss Marian Daub of West Broad¬ way is entertaining Miss Lillian Tal¬ bot of Flushing, L. L
Mrs. Thomas McKee of Hewlett Bay Park is at Clayton, N. Y.
(By Special Mr. and Mrs.
Correspondent.) F. L. Hyde are
York Clitf, Maine.
Rev. W. C. Carnes and wife have been at Setauket, L. I., for a few weeks.
Mrs. Eugene Gutman and son Wal¬ ter have returned from a trip to Chi¬ cago.
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Swartz and fam¬ ily are home from their trip to Chi¬ cago.
Mf. and Mrs. Ju^s Ascheim and family are spending a few weeks at Lynn, Mass.
M. K. Harris is visiting his cousin, Mr. A^lan Schmuck, of Central ave¬ nue.
Mr. an4 Mrs. G. A. Eyer of this place are spending their vacation at Short Hills, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lewlshon of Meadow Lane are staying at Saratoga Springs for a while.
TRAVEL AND TRANSPORTATION
(By Special Correepondent.) At a apecial meeting of the Seaford
Fire Department held Auguat 9 they decided to run a voting contest. The object of the contest will be to,deter¬ mine the moot popular lady in the town. Beautiful prises will be awarded.
The Y. M. I. C. B. B. team will play at Bellmore next Sunday. Come one, come all, and see a real game of ball.
Charles Smith of this vilage claims to be the hest potato grower on the south side of Long Island.
Mrs. George Denholm of Woodlawn, N. Y., is the guest of her sister. Miss Katherine Ling.
The Girls Friendly held three spec¬ ial meetings this week in preparation for the fair which will be held next week, the 17th and ISth, at which they will have charge of the fancy table.
Rev. Arthur Jones of Gibson, Pa., preached in the Methodist church last Sunday morning. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Jonee sang a duet.
The Social Society met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. MlHs on Friday evening.
A pleasant outing was enjoyed on Saturday last when Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Mansfleld Invited a few friends for a saii on the Great South Bay. Among those present were Mrs. Nel¬ son Verity and the Misses Mauretta Haff, Sarah Mansfield and Mauretta Ketcham.
Mrs. Frank Southard underwent an| operation in th^ Nassau hospital ah3f is improving greatly. During the ao- sence of Mrs. Southard, Mr. Southard has moved from the Baldwin cottage on Jackson street to Mr. Condit's on Seaman Neck avenue.
The Ocean House at High Hill Beach having entertained more guests than they could accommodate with rooms have had to rent the cottage Mauretta K., owned by Mrs. Louis Ketcham. After they vacate Mrs. J. T. Powell and a few friends wlll oc¬ cupy the cottage.
M. Walter Haff, a great soft crab¬ ber, spent Sunday on the Great South Bay. Upon returning instead of hav¬ ing soft crabs he displayed a few hard cftxes. They may have changed on his way home.
The annual fair of the M. E. church will he held in the Y. M. L C. hall, August 26 and 27. An entertainment will be held the last night.
The Sunday school excursion of the M. E. Sunday school to High Hill Beach will be held on August 16. Boats will leave Captain Captain Haff's dock at 9.30.
Miss Elenor Vassalo gave a week¬ end party on Saturday last. Among those present were: Misses Marian Kilian, Anna Hawkins, Lillian Broth¬ erhood, Virginia Mansfleld, Mr. Harry Graef, Edw. Mills and Allen Gard¬ ener.
The Sacrament of the Lord's Sup¬ per wlll be administered in the Meth¬ odist church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Rev. Arthur Jones will of¬ ficiate.
Ixereises for Baby. Dr. R. daily
9.45 a. m. 9.45 a. m. •.IS p. in.
4.0O p. m. 7.3<» a. m. S 1» p. nt.
(Satuidays July 3 to Sefit.
.. ,%.tS a. m. S.30 a. m.
4.. .S.IS p. m. 12.00 noon
...S.SO p.m. 4.00 p.m.
I SundftVd July 11 to.\uK. 29.. aivd Labor Day..
.9.45 a. nt. .4.IS p. m. .CIS p. m.
T,se a., m. 3.00 p. m. (.16 p. rn.
While in Mineola
HENRT C. KRAMER'S
Where you will meet your Friends.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS,
Pursuant to an order of Hon. Henry Selden Wi'ller, temporary surrogate of the County of Nassau, notice Is hereby Kiven III .ill iiersonR having claims atcalnst Cornelia .\. Vooris, late of the tow,n of Hempstead, in the satd county, deceased, to present the same with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber the administrator of the (roods, chattels and credits of said deceased, at his place of transactlnK' business af the offlce of (leoPKo Morton Levy, Preeport, New York, on or before the 16th day of February next.
I>atPd. Mineola, N. Y., July 29, 1915. CHARLES F. VOORIS,
Administrator. GKOKOK MORTON LEVY. Attorney for
.\dmlnl8trator. 1-7 Railroad avenue.
Freeport, N. Y.
My Telephone Number is FREEPORT
C. A. FULTON
Undertaker and Embalmer
57 West Merrick Road„ FREEPORT, N, T.
MARTIN F. MURPHY
SMITH (Sl MVRPHY
and Gas Fitters-^ Satisfaction Guaranteed
CiRie.«T SOl'TH BAT rKRRV COMrANV
SVUUTEK. TIME TABLB
In Effect June SO. 191S.
NASKAl' BV VUK SKA SKA BDOB
ntfeepoRT roiHT mmhcovt
Leitve Freepori Le«v» Beach
0.00 a.m. «.|»dum.
C.OO a. m. S.IS a. m.
9.4Sa. m. 10.1S*tm.
10.45 a.m. iS.lSp. m.
11.4a a.m. 1.46 p.m.
1.15 p.m. S.4ip.m.
2.15 p.m. 4.S«p.iln.
.1.45 p..m 6.46 p. m.
3.15 p. m. CM p. m.
6.30 p. m. 7.00 p. m.
SasMtaya aad ll»lhtar>
T.OO a. m. I
S.i5 a. xn., and hburly thereafter until
6.45 p. m. 7.15 p. m. L<-avo Nassau ¦
lO.lSa. m., and hourly thereafter until
C16 p. m. C45 p. m. 9.60 p. m.
NOTE.—Sea EdRe stops are mada only on sifrnal or to leave passengers. LONG RKACH We«k Dars Leave Point Lookout 6.45 a. m., connectinK with 7.11 to ?^. Y. 11.40 a. m., connecting with M.tflo N. Y. .2.ISrp. m.. connecting with S.IO to N. Y. 4.40 p. m.. connv^tlng with 6.30 to N. Y. Leave Queenswater 7.40 a.m. (arrival of 6.47 from N. Y.) 12.10 p.m. (arrival of 11.06 from N. Y.) 3.00 p. m. (arrival of 2.00 from B.SO p. m. (arrival of 5.00 from Haadaya Leave Point Lookout S.OO a. m. 11.4«ta. m. .'5.40 p. ni., connectinK with 4.20 to N. Y. 5.00 p. ra.. connecting with 6.43 •tjo N. Y. Leave Queenswater ,
10.25a. m. (arrival of 9.06 from N. Y.)' 12.20 p.m. (arrival of 11.17 from N. Y.>] 4.15 p. m. 6.20 p. m.
NOTE.—Special time table for Labor' Day on this division.
HIGH HILL BKACH Iteave HIsrIi HIU Beach, Mondays only,
6.45 a. m. l-v. Freeport Lv. Hlifh Hill Btach
!).46 a. m. 10.45 a. m.
1.15 p. m. 2.S0 p. m.
4.15 p. m. 5.80 p. m.
Subject to change without notice.
N. Y.) . N. Y.yl
KREKI'OHT RAILROAD rOMPANV
SUMMER TIME TABLE In efTect June 30, 1915. Trolleys of the Freeport Railroad (""ompany run on half hour headway, loavliiK the railroad statloh at Free- i port on the hour and half hour up to | 5.45 wreck (lays and 9.16 Sundayi;. nectiiiK with all east and west cars of thc New York and Long 1' Traction Company at Atlantic a^ Hild South drove street
Werk Daya Leave Leave
Prfck Woodcleft R.
We will cheer¬ fuUy give you
estimates and do
your work by
contract, if you
BT TAKING ADVANTAGE OF OUR EXPERIENCE
The Mark ef genrtee.
YOUR VACATION BE- GINS THE MOMENT YOU STEP ABOARD the Ideal Tourist Route.
Pichire lo yourielf the luxury of ¦ magnificnit, maauaoth, floaliag hold, par- feet in ill comforit md coaveniescc*, wilh tiaterooat de hue, privala badw «ad pTxvitiii balconiii*, appelixiBi ntaii, beaulihd ballroom*, aBlruciiM —lii Elajoy lhe grandeur of ^e iceneiy on the historic Hudsoa raraaiai_ by dM gianl leaichnght.
The Largest River Steamships in the World
Dwly Service Pier » N. R. ^*"*
Peopia'. Liae (S. S. BERKSHIRE .nd C. W. MORSE) «iOO P. M.
New "Nkhl E«pr«-" »««0 fM.
Ctpilal Oli Uae SrSOf.M.
Faiwa: P«opl«'s and Ni«ht Expraaa, $2.00 on* way; $3.SO reund trip Capital City Lino, $1.00 ona way Tai. matajB •«•.
THE SEARCHLIOHT ROUTE"
High-HiU Beach Hotel and Ciisino
An Ideal Spot for an Outing
7.so 8.15 R.45 9..10 lO-.^O 11..10
Loav Dock fi.15 10.15 11.15
Lodk Islanil Railroad Tlaie TaM*
(Effective June 30, 1915.) Leave Merrick for New York, Penii- svlvania Station, Brooklyn and Intcr- mdlate stations: Week-days, 5.1C 16.52,
6.38, 6.54, 7.10, 17.28, 8.01. 8
6.88. 1.; Sundays, t.4s, .44, 4..10, 5.38, 7.11.
10.12 a. m.; 12.26 6.41, 8.13, 10.59 p . 8.22, 9.20 a. m.; 12.06. 8.40, 9.44, 11.20 p, m.
Leave Freeport for New York, Penn¬ sylvania Station and Brooklyn: Weaf davs, 5.20, 15.56. 6.42. 6.58, 7.20, 17.
8.05, 8.16. S.65, 19.49, 10.17 a. m.; 12. 1.39. 3.06. 4.21, 5.02, 5.46, 6.45, 8.16, »., 11.03 p. m.; Sundays, 6.52, 8.26, 9.24 a. I 12.09, 2.4S, 4.34, 6.37, 7.16, 7.50, 8.44, 9 11.24 p. m.
Tr,nln.-< leave Freeport for .\mityvf] Babylon. I'atohoKue and Intermedli stationw: Week-days, iia4.44. .H.10, 11.5:1 a. ni.: .sl.2K, 1.43. 8a2.22, 2.44, a'- Inl.59, f5.32. n5.55, a6.19, 16.37, a7.06, T.44 a8.03. a9.07. alO.46 i>. m.; 12.17, 2.04 night; SundayH. 5.31, a9,22, alO.56 a. m.; 12?:9. 2.22. a2.48, 3.52, 6.16, 6.56, aJ.02. all.ll v>. ni.; 1.42 ninhl.
Trains leave New Vork, Poiinsylvanlit Statinn. for Freeport, Merrick and pfln cipal Intermediate
7.06, a8.36, 11.00
sal.32, 2.00, a3.00. a4.02, f4.42, laB.On a5.33. 5.54. a6.15, 6.50, 7.10, a8.I0, aS.Bn 11.32, p .m.; al.lO night; Sundays, 4.3" a8.25. 9.57, 11.36 a. m.; 1.66. a2.58, 6.27 6.02, H8.08. alO.18 p. m.: al2.33 night.
aTrains run to Babylon only.
clluns on Monday only.
kSlops on signal: runs to .lamalc only.
nNo lirooklyn eoniiecllons.
sSalurdayn only. '
ilCxcepi Saturdays and holidays.
TiHlns leave Iirooklyn, Flatbush A nue Station, about the same time those shown from Ncw York, Penns vtnifa Station. This time table 8ubJ| to chniiRe wilhout nollce.
• rt, Merrick and prln- Htations: na3.50, 5.41, a. m.; b12.40, li.47.
After a visit to this resort yon will join the universal chorus—"NO OTHER PIACE LIKE IT." Acceasable from Freeport, Bellmore and Seaford, '
Dancing, Bathing, Boating, Fishing, Excursionists Welcome.
NO STARCHT BOARBWALK STTIE:
COMFORT ANB HAPPINESS.
M. F. SAVAGE,
DAILY TROLLKY TIMB TABLI Mlnepla -Hrooklyn DIviaion.
Leave Hempstead, Main and Front Bl
Southbound at 4.30, 4.45, 5.16, 6.30| m.; then every 30 minutes thereaf* until 11.00 p. m. 12.00 a. m. to RockvUla Cenire only.
Northbound at 5.30 a. m., and ayary 30 minutes thereafter until 12.00 a» fn>
Last car leaves City Line, Broor*^'"" for Hempstead at 12.45 a. m.
A flfteen-minute headway Is oper. between Rockville (Centre apd Brii lyn a.s follows: W^eek days, except Sttn> days, leave Grant and Liberty strata, Brooklyn, 6.00 a. m. till 9.16 a. m,; than 2 45 p. m. till 7.46 p. m. Sundays, It.SS N. till 8.46 p. m.
HpDiaslead-Jainalea DivlslaM. ; Leave Hempstead, Main and Front .Sti.:
Westbound at 5.30 A. m., and tfvery 30 mlnulos thereafter until 11.30 f». m. I Sundays, 6.30 a. m., and every 80 Mln- ! ules thereafler tintll 11.30 p. m. i
lOastbonnd, 6.15 a. m.. and every SO i minutes thereafter until 12.15 A. m, | Sundays, 7.15 a. vn., and then the aame schedult.. as week days. )
Jerlrho IMke Dlvlaian. j
Leaves Mineola, Boulevard at|d OiA i Country road: T^i
Wrstbound. 6.30 a. m., and evafy- ag V minutes thereafter until S.IS », — then 10.15 and 11.15 p. m. Buq^ys
then same sc
10.15 and (Irst c;ir. 6.15 a. an week days. Leave Jamnica, Fulton and Washliiat' streets: Kastbound. 6.30 a. m.. and avj minutes thereafter until IO.M then 11.00 p. m. and ll.OO days, flrst car, 7.16 a sehedule as week days,
T. M. 8TOD
THR WRW YORK ABTD
Time Table l-...ectlve
Leave Port WashlnirfonI IHcksvllle and Flushlnii Ihen every hour until It leaving Port Washington' lo Roslyn Clock Tower i
Leave Flushing for p. and TllcksvIIIe: " ""
r>. m. CNirl to Koslyn I
hour until 9.30 and 10.30 p. oniy.
aa p- m. Car leaving MmiI villa at 10.35 p. ns. and ll.Si
Koslyn ear bara onlv.