THE HASfiAU POST, FBEEPOBT, N. T,, FBIDAT, JULT 14, 1916.
BALDWIN -FOREMOST SUBURBAN COMMUNITY
That trees are a factor In suburban real ewtate demand Is being proven at Baldwin Harbor, Long Inland. The northern part of the property, over¬ looking Alilburn river and between Bedell's boat yard and the soutii side trolley road, is now selling steadily. It aboundH in stately old trees that ¦were planted when the territory was farming country and long before Nas¬ sau County v*as a suburban home area.
When the demand for siiaded liome sites began, the company that is de- treloping Baldwin Harbor proceeded to deepen Milburn river that flows through the shaded section; and this accentuated tlie deniand because it combined access to Heinpstead bay ¦with pictures(nie home surroundings. Twelve detached dwellings of Dutch and English Colonial design have been built in the shaded part of Bald¬ win Harhor this sunimer and the foundations and frame work of more liouHe.s will be completed before sum-
F^rults and V«^eta.bles
Th(> very hest of all kinds in their season. Canned aud hot- tied goods. The best brand
CANDIES CIOARS FRESH BREAD PIES CAKES
Surely my 1 1 years of life and buslne.ss in our Village should bespeak my honesty «nd fair dealing. Give us a trial and yon will not go elsewhere.
South Grand Ave. Baldwin
Post Offlce Building Tel. Freeport 4 31-J.
MECHANICS* TOOLS STOVES and RANGES, both for
regular fuel and oil. Celebrated MASON and SAFETY
FRUIT JARS. Anjrthing and everything in our line at lowest possible prices.
Opposite Post OfBce Baldwin
Branch of Freeport Store.
Church St., near Homan Place
Telephone 927 Freeport JOHN W, PtASIuUSSEN, Prop.
Butchers of Repute.
Our Pound is A Pound
Ask our customers. Many butchers wonder why their tfade falls off aud why pcopie complain against their meat. Such dealers are not experienced and particular in buying only the best goods. Our auto delivery guarantees the quick¬ est and best service. Give us a trial.
rner is over. One improvement brings anottier. The demand now is for de¬ tached house,'; of varied design that aell for from $.',,000 to $7,,')00. so far as the south side of Nasfiau County is concerned.
All of tlie waterways at Baldwin Harhor are of ample (lepth to allow sail and motor boats to navigate to the shore line of all waterfront home ftites. The taxable assists of the town¬ ship of Hempstead have been in¬ creased many thousands of dollars as a result of the phy.sical and structural Improvements at Baldwin Harbor. Motor boals, like automobiles, are in¬ creasing in number and use, yearly, with the result tliat the demand for suburban tiomes with shore front within easy reach of N'ew York Is augmented. The motor boat Is play¬ ing a vital part in the upbuilding of southern Nassau County.
St. Peter's Evangelical Lutlieran cliurch, Hev. William Steinbicker of Flockvillf' Centre, pastor, meets in tlie Fire Hall on Grand avenue. The Sunday school will not meet for the lime being. Members of the school will he notifled when the school will 'tHuiiie Its sessions. There will he a service this Sunday morning at 10,4,') o'clock, A cordial welcome to all,
\ cake sale will be held at the Baldwin fire department headauar- ters for the beneflt of the flre depart¬ ment on Saturday. July 22. from 2 to i; p, m.
The Rev. Martin O, Lepley, Ph,D.. pastor of the .Methodist Episcopal church, preached Sunday morning and evening.
During July and August the Sun¬ day scliool ni>ets at 9.4."> a. m.. and the preaching service begins prompt¬ lv at 10,4,', o'clock. The Sunday school is invlteii to the church serv¬ ice. Ttie pastor will preach a brief sermon to the juniors every Sunday morning.
The Epworth Lea,gue service at 7 o'clock was led by Miss Jennlie K. Schuman and Miss Rita Bedell.
Mr. William G. Miller of Freeport, who was a lay delegate to the general conference at Saratoga in May, gave aB account of the conference at the prayer meeting on Wednesday even¬ ing.
Dr. W.C. Weekes
SOUTH GRAND AVENUE
Near Thomas Street
BALDWIN, L. I.
Telephone 175-M Freeport.
MEMORIAL TO IRISH POETS.
Remarkable Scene In New 'Vork For Victim* of Dublin Revolt.
New York.—A remarkable scene took place on tbe knoll of the meadow In Central park recently. Three Irlah poets, Patrick U, Pearse. Thomas Mac- Donougb and Josejib Plunkett, who were executed lu tbe recent Dublin revolution, were meuiorlulizeil In poetry aud puri'os)' by leading Auierican p(x>ts,
Tbe dean of Amerlcun jioetry. ISdwln .Markhum, presldeil. .Mr, Wilton Lock aye. n iiatlv(? of Iiiihllu, recited the last [)oeuis of I'ciirse, .Miss Kleanor Rogers Cox delivered a poem written by her fur the oi'caslon, entitled "A Song For IrcHund's .Martyred Poets."
A sympnthetle letter was read from Wmi'itn I>ean Howell.s. thc fumous au thor, and poems aiiproprlate to the oc¬ casion were read by the [loet.s Joyce I Kilmer, Wllilnm Hamilton llayue. Ekl- wln Markhiim, .Mtirgaict Wldencr, Harold Johnson. Theresa Hrnyton, Dan- ] lel Hiirnett, (ieiirae Stcrllnir, Sejimu.s O'Slicel, .Vnna Heiupsteail, t'oruine Roosevelt Robinson and Peter Golden, Resolutions were adopted in be sent to the families of the dead p..ots de¬ claring rcspe<:t and sympathy for the cause for w^hlch they died,
MAKES $1,954 BY MISTAKE.
Mre. Trepel Did Not Read Liability Warning on Bathing Envelope.
New York.—Because Mrs. Jack Tre- pel did not read tbe warning on au en¬ velope for valnablea supplied to ber by tbe DetLQville Bathing company, Sd- preme Conrt Justice Erlanger baa granted a motion awarding her $1,979 instead of the $25 wblcb tbe bathing concern stated on tbeir envelope was tbe limit of tbeir liability for lost prop¬ erty.
Wben Mrs. lYepel went for a swim one day last summer sbe lAlpped ber rings Into the envelope, sealed it and left It with tbe company for safe keep¬ ing, after signing her name just abore the restricted liability clause.
She did not get back ber Jewelry and raed for its value. Justice Erlanger said there was no proof Mrs. Trepel had teen tbe warning and so agreed to tbe proprietor's limit on responsibility.
FINED FOR CHOPPING TREES.
Penalty For Cutting Down Hietoric Oaks ll $25 Each.
Belolt, Kan.—At a Jury trial in this city recently (',. F. .Vbrahanis, proprie¬ tor of the Waconija Sprlmrs siiniiarl- um, and Ililrr.^ l^usbicy of Kirwin ¦were each fined -S-.'i for cuttln:,' down some of tho histori.' oak trees at I,Jii- coln I'ark. near (;';iwker City,
Mr, Ahrahnnis lioii^ht n larae build¬ ing In the p.'irk owned by the State W. C. T. C ussiH'iatlon and cut down some trees to make a path to the high way for the building. The building was taken to Wiiconda Springs, The real trouble seemed to be that the Lin¬ coln I'ark Religious and EdueaUonal association, the plaintiff in the case, did not want the W. C. T. U. to sell the building.
Mr. Brewn'a .%.tli>rnr}- Aake for Pom- ponrmrnl of HrarlBKH.
On Friilay of last wek the elections committee of Coiijcress met to hear ar- butii,-nt» In this famous cuse. Mr. Faber of counsel for Mr. Hlck.<< appeared and stat.'d that he was prepared to argue the case but Mr. Ilousel not being ready to proceed asked that the hearings be postponed until the followin;? week, which the commltl.'e aitreed (o.
HUSBAND TOO AHRACTIVE.
In Order to Mar Hie Beauty Wife Burns Out Both Eye*. Sherman, Tex, Because sbe regard¬ ed her husband us too attractive to other women Mrs. L. P. Gathrlght I)oured a (luart of concentrated lye on bis face and body while he slept, burn¬ ing ont both eyes and badly burning and disfiguring his bod£^
WINE, WOMAN AND S0NG7
Noi Beer, Women and Jail When Thia Female Jury Gete You.
Wilson, Kan.—Wilson's flrst Jury of women si-ient Jtist flve minutes In con¬ victing a traveling representative of a brewery who was taking orders for beer iu the village.
The Jurors are all married, but deny the charge that their husbands had or¬ dered wet goods from the salesman.
FOH SALE—Surrov and runabout, good condition; al.so 5,000 pounds of hay, at 60 cents per 100, A. C, Grimm, Bald¬ win,
FOH SALK—Two pedigreed coIUe dogs, one tifteen months, other eight months old; also saddle and driving horse, six years old; two carriages, In- uulre .lulius J. Heinrich, West Seaman avenue.
FOK SALE—Two beautiful homes, all
Improvements, garages; Thomas
street, corner Ci-ntral avenue. Inquire
Fall I'rlmar)' and General Election, 1816.
Aub. 'i'ind.—I.bhI day for the flllua uf dealKnaltona or nomination for primariea.
Sept. 5th,—Town Boarda dealanate pulling; placea for realatratlon and electioa.
Sept, Oth.—Last day for apecial en¬ rollment occaaloned by mov¬ lna from one diatrlct to an¬ other.
Sept. 19th Kail Primary, T a. m. to
0 p. m.
Uct. Oth, 7th, 13th, 14th—Realatra- tlon Daya In the 'VillaKe* of Freeport, Rockville Centre and Hempatead, where per¬ aonal rrKlatratlon la required.
Uct. rth, 14th.—Healatratlon I>ayn In vlllavea of leaa than 5,000 In- habttanta. ,
Nov. Tth. — Keneral Klectlon; N'at¬ lonal, State and Coanty. Polla open from 0 a. m. to 5 p, m.
W. Augustus Miller
High Class Painting and Decorating
In all its Branches.
Dealer in Paints. Oils, Wall Paper, Brushes and Hardware
GRAND AVE.. Near R. R, Station BALDWIN. L. I.
Delicatessen and Bakery
CHOICEST AND BEST "Best by Test"
NORTH GRAND AVENUE , Second Door from L, I, Depot.
BICYCLES WAR DECLARED
The fighting In Mexico cannot be compared with the battle we are waging against high prices.
We sell the Iver Johnaon and Headlna; Standard Blcyclea.
We guarantee our repair work When we flx a wheel we flx It and the best part is that we don't soak you.
Merrick Road Churcb Street
FLOYD W. BEDELL.
THE BEST BET
for your family table Is our pure, well and cleanly made wholesome Bread. Pies and Cakes. Their sweetness and flavor please the palate and build up the system.
It is given tlie 'jest of attention from the oven to your home.
Coal ancl Wood
S-urely you all use Fuel T-hen why not come here 0-nly the best is kept R-ing 367-J Freeport and Y-ou'Ll receive prompt, honest service.
James H. Story
-MILBL'RX AVENUE BALDWIN.
Silver and Alnminam Ware High Tension Self-Sharpening Shears Eero-Safe Gas Lamps and Lanterns—80 hours Ughting from one (II cent*) gfallon kerosene.
Guaranteed. Hosiery Tomanco Phone Hachinea, $25
values for $12,50 Demonstration on request. Call or address
Grand Avenue Baldwin
Francis W. Miller
Dealer in ROOFING NAILS GLASS PUTTY PAINTS VARNISHES, ETC. .
CENTRAL AVE. BALDWIN Bet, Merrick Rd. and Clinton Pl.
Milk and Cream
If you will take a walk or drive down to our place, corner Grand avenue and Thomas street, and look at our flne herd of cows, you will never btiy-Hillk of any one else so long as we cap . supply you. Not only doea milk^ mean so much to the babe ot, cliild that is fed upon it, but al.'^o for the family use. Call and see us and leave your order.
Bedell Grocery Co.
Tel, Freeport 2 77-W.
Gobel's Famous Delicatessen
The very hc-it and freshest i-'ruits und Vegetables. We carry all the popular Cereal Food.-!. The brands that liave -Stood the test of years and that wo .guarantee.
If you want the BEST and a SQUARE DEAL call or 'phone
Great South Bay Ferry Company
SumnuT Time Table In effect .Tune 30, 1916,
FREEPORT-POINT LOOKOUT-NASSAU BY THE SEA-SEA EDGE I ScHool Bottd STle
Lf'jiVf Freeport Leave Beach ,,
,,. 6,00 a, m, 10,45 a. in, 1,15 p,m, 3,45 p, in, 6,30 p, m, ,,, 9,45 a, m. 11.45 a.m, 2,15 p,m, 5,15 p. in, ,,, 6,50 a. tn, 10.15 a. m, 1,45 p. m, 4,30 p. m, 6.20 p.m, ,,, 8,15a, rn, 12,15 p, in, 2.45 p.m. 5,45 p, in, 7,00 p,m, .Sundaya and Holldaya 7,00 a, m.
II.45 a, ni, and hourly thereafter until 5,45 p, ni, 7,45 p. m.
10,15 a, m, and hourlv thereafter until 6.15 p. ni. 6,45 p, ni, 9,50 p, ni, NOTE,—Sea Kdge stops are made only on signal or to leave passengers,
Leiive Point Lookout 6 45 a, m„ connecting with 7.20 train to New York 11.40 a, m,, connecting with 12,35 train to New "Vork 2,15 p, in, connecting wilh 3,1« train to .New York 4,40 p, ni,, connecting with 5,18 train to New York Leave Queenswater 7,40 a, in, i arrl val 6,47 train from New York)
12,10 p, in, I arrival 11,05 train from New Vork) 3 00 p, in, I arrival 2,06 train from New Vork) 5,15 p, in, larrival 5,00 train from New York) Huodaya Leav«^ I'oint Lookout 8,00 a, in, 11,40 a. III,
3,40 p, m., connecting with 4.20 train to New York 5.15 p, ni,, connecting with 6,02 train to New York 10,25 a. in, (arrival 9.07 train from New Vork) 12,JO p, m, (arrival 11.16 train from New York) 4,15 p. in, 6,20 p, ni. Special time table for Labor Day on this division.
HIGH HILL BEACH
Leave High Hill Beach Mondays only 6.15 a. m., connecting with 7,46 to New York
Leave Freeport 9,15 a.m. Leav.' High Hill Beach 10,30 a.m.
1.15 p, m, " " " " 2,30 p, m.
3,45 p. ni, " " " " 5,00 p, m.
Sundays only, last boat leaves 5,30. connecting with 7.11 train to New York Subject to change without notice BO.VrS TO HIRE FOR MOONLIGHT .SAILS AND EXCI RSIONS
Trolley Timetable in Effect June 30, 1916
riBLIC XITIt'E. >OTH'E TO C'0.\TRACTORS.
.Sealed proposals for the furnishing of all labor und material necessary for the erection of a Fire House for the \lllaue of Freeport, .V, V„ will be received by the Board ot \'illaK^e Trustees of suid \ illage at their olfice 46 West Merrick Hoad, on the third day of ,-\ugust, 1916, at three o'clock in the afternoon at which time the bids will be publicly opened,
I'lans and specifications may be seen at the Village Clerk'.s Otflce. Bidders must state time reijulred to complete their contract, also to funisli such a bond as the said Board of \ illage Truste, s may leiiuire.
The lioard of Trustees reserves the riglil to reject any or aii bids.
Dated, ,Iuly 14, 1916.
Hu.Vltli (IF VILLAGF TKUSTFKS,
Hy .S, 1'. .SHKA. Village Clerk.
A,M, A.M. 7,45 8.40
I P,M. P,M,
>¦ 2,15 4,15
i 2 45 4.45
¦> 3,15 5,15
i 3,45 5,45
lays and holidays
A,M, 10,15 10,45 11,15 P,M,
8,00 I-very half hour
9,45 llTWlh 12,00
Leave R* R.t
9,00 9,30 10.00 PM, 4,31) 5,00 5,,'!0 6,00
10,30 11,00 11,30 P,M, 6.20
P,M, 10.10 11.20 12.20
Subject to change without i FRKEPORT R. R. CO
l'nion l-'ie,' School District Nuniber .Nine of the Town of Hempstead.
County of .Nassau and State ot New York, NOTICK IS HKRKBY OIVK.N, TH.VT
sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Kducation of ITiilon Free •School District .No, ;i, of the Town ot Hempstead, County of Nassau, and State of New Vork, unlil 4..'10 o'clock 1', M, on the 10th day ,(( August. 1916. at the .School House, on the corner ot I'lne and drove streets. In the Village of Freeport. Nassau ('ounly, N. Y,, for the purchase at par and accrueiT Inter¬ est of Sixteen Thousand Dollars I $16,000.00), bonds of said district of the denomination of ()ne Thousand Dol¬ lars I $1,000.00), numbered from one to sixteen, inclusive, and bearing interest at a rate to be fixed by the bid of the purchaser, payable seml-iiniiually on lhe first day of January and -luly of i-acli and every year at the First .Na¬ tional Hank of Freeport, Freeport, New York, in New York exchange, and said bonds to be dati'd August 1st, 1916, and four of said bonds to mature and ln- come due and payable on the lsl day of .lanuary, 1918, and four ot said bonds to mature annually on the 1st day of ,Ian- uary of each and every year thereafter, to and including the year 1921. when all of said bonds shall have been paid. The exact form of said bond to be fixed after the sale.
The above mentioned boiid,s of series from one to sixteen will he sold on the IOth dav of August, 1916, at 4,30 I', M.. at the said School House, to the bidder who will take them at the lowest rate of Interest, which rate of Intereat shall be specified In his proposal, '
.V I'ertifle,! check to the or.ler of the B.iard of Kducation for 5 per cent, of th.' par valui' of the bonds bid must ac¬ company each bid. The balance and accrued interesi to be paid at the First National Bank of Freeport, Fr.'i'port, New York, on the 3l8t day of August, at twelve o'clock noon, when said bonds will be dellvere.l. The Board of Kduca- I tl.in reserv.-s tlo- right to r.j.ci any and all binds,
Dated Kr.-eport, N, Y,, July II, 1916. ! The Board of Kducation of I'nion Free ,
School Distrirt .Number Nine of the
Town of Hempstead, Nassau County,
By HOBKKT K. DONAGHY, Cl.-rk.
A. V. Pearsall
BflLDWIN Boarding Stables
Storage for Furniture and Automobiles
MOVING VANS AND GENERAL TRUCKING
Coaches and Limousines for Funerals and Weddings
Grand Avenue, Opp. Depot Telephone 170.
Southard Bldg. Merrick Road. BALDWIN
All kinds of
Plumbing Plumbers' Supplies
Wlien you want an honest Job for a reasonable price why not engage one yuu know to be hon¬ est and upriglit.
Tel. Freeport 962-R.
any pan oi any
400 feet mariue railway. Docking and caring for boat* dur¬ ing the 'winter.
CYCLE MOTORS BICYCLES
Our years of experience enable us to do all repair work not only quicker but cheaper than any other place. We buck up every promise with
.Maii>- olliers engage us. Why uot yuu,
SOL'TH GRAND AVENUE (Ne.xt Door to New Laundry)
Serves only tlie
Best Teas, Coffees, Staple and
Fancy Groceries, Canned
and Bottled Goods,
Vegetables and Fruits
Personal attention and per¬ sonal service insures the beet.
Grand Avenue Tel, Freeport 4 4 3-J.
Btl^txi^tB f l|armarg
.Main Store .Merrick Hoad Tel. F'p't lil'.l
Brancli Store rhurch Street Tel. F'p't 809
Our prescription department is under the supervision of only men of great experience and ability. Our drugs are freah and medicines compounded from them insure best possible results.
We carry a complete stock of TOILET ARTICLES PERFUMES RUBBER GOODS PHYSICIANS' and NURSES BANDAGES AND DRESSINGS.
We have constantly on hand the best grade of CIGARS and CANDIES obtainable.
THE BALDWIN HARBOR REALTY CO.
OWNERS AND DEVELOPERS OF THE FINEST SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT ON LONG ISLAND
Extraordinary Transportation Facilities MUes of Water Frontage
NEW YORK OFFICE:
243 Wea 34th Street
Churches, Schools, Clubs Municipal Advantages