TBE EAEULV P06T, 7BEEF0ST, 1. T., FBIfiAY, HEnHMEEE 10, 1915.
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AU CdNIIEKIAL SUBJECTS
The School Freeport Students Attoid
Moving and General Contracting
We have not only large and padded moving vans but employ •trong and competent men, and are equipped to do the best and most sat¬ isfactory work.
CESSPOOLS AND TOILETS CLEANKU AT NIGHT, AND LV A MOST SANITARY MANNER.
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Pleaaant Avenue, Freeport. Tel, 688-J.
Help Wanted and Furnished
COMPETENT, EXPERIENCED NUR.SES; MAIDS, COOKS AND GENERAL HOUSEWORKERS; PIECE AND FAM¬ ILY LAUNDERING. HOUSE AND FURNITURE RENO¬ VATING. MEN BV DAY, WEEK OR MONTH. ALL KINDS OF WORK BY CONTRACT.
Anderson's Employment Agency
12 WAVERLY PLACE. Telephone 890. FREEPORT, N. Y,
Hay« F'eed. Bundle Wood
Market and Garden Seeds, Seed Po';atoes, Fertilizer, Dried Grains COR, CHURCH STREET AND NEW BOULEVARD, FREEPORT, N. Y. Will close at 1 P, M. on Saturdays during July, August and September
Goetz ^ 6
Cartage and 25
ShooU of Muaic
with thia boautiful
Cartage and 12
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will) thia boautiful
In COUKT A UVINOSTON STS.. B'KLYN
BANNER WOMAN SUFFRAfiE PARADE
Paimt ts Bs Bins li In Ysik mi, Oet. 23.
Mr*. Carri* Chapman Catt, aa tha Official Haad of tha Organized 8uf- fragiata or Twtnty-aayan Nationa, to Laad tha Procaaaion—Woman Suf¬ frage Party to Furniah Numerical Strength.
Laat, biggest and best the suffraglstn are calling the suffrage parade eet for 8 o'clock Saturday aftemoon, Oct 23. But it will be a banner parade literally as well as figuratively. Every march¬ er in the ranks wbo does not carry a standard or a transparency will l>e ex¬ pected to carry a "Votes For Women" pennant, so tbat the marching line from end to end will be aflutter with the suffrage slogan. Above this rip¬ pling mass of color will rise the tall standards nnd transparencies that wlll tell the suffrage story as It goes the rounds of the world today.
One of the lentures that will dis¬ tinguish the "banner parade" Is the in¬ ternational division, which will lead all the rest. Never before has suf¬ frage as a world movement been pre¬ sented as It wlll be In this division. At the hond of it and leading the en¬ tire parade will march Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, founder and pre.sident of the International Woman Suffrage Alliance, whc; has linked up the wonun of twenty-seven countries in an inter- nntlonal cnmi>nlgn for suffrage.
After tho international Division will rlne Company, Rockville Cen¬ tre. In snid .district.
I>l8t. No. 27—In the house of (.1. B. Stacy. Franklin .\venue. (irassv Pond, in said district.
Dist. No. 2S—In ill.' litis.' Company House. Blake Avenue, l.,ynbrook,'In said district.
Dist. No. 29—In the house of Hook and Ladder Truck Comgkny, Knrle .-Vve¬ nue, Lynhrook, in said olst rict.
Dlst. No. 3i)—In Firemen's Hall, Klist H.ockaway, In said district.
Dlst. No. .tl—In the house of Lyn¬ brook KnKlne Company. Atlantic .\ve-
le. Lynbrook, In said district.
Dlst. No. .12—In Jacob Caski's Oa- raKe. Lynbrook. in .said district.
Dlsi. .No. :t:!—111 Firemen's Mall, Floral Park, in said district.
Dist. No. 34—In the houso of Helmont Hook and l^adder Company, Klinont Road, KImont, in said district.
Disl. No. 35—In the house of Nassau Hook and Ladder Company, Viilley Stream, in said district.
Dist. No. 36—In Jacob Plinel's Har¬ bir Shop, Valley Stream, In said dis¬ triet.
Dist. No. 37—In the hou.se of Kmpire Hook and Ladder Company, W'oodiiure, In siilil district?
Disi. No. 3S—In the office of K. F. JIc- Clnns Ice Company. Chestnut Street, Cedoi liursi, in said disirict.
Dist. .No. 39—In the store of J. ,S. Powell. Central -Vvenue, Cedarhursi. in saiil district.
Dist. .No. 40—111 the house of Wasli- iiiUlon llnok and Ladder Cnnipain, Lawn nee. in said district.
Di."^!. No. 41—In the Jefferson Social '"lull Iiouse. Lawrence Avenue, Law- 11 nee, in said district.
Disi. Nil. 42—In Odd Fellow's Hall, Iiiwnnd. in said district.
I'ist. .No. 43—In the house of I':Kctrlc Unnk and Ladder Conipaiiy, Iiiwunii. In saiil ilistrlel.
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111 I'li'iMion Disl, .No. I—.Vt the Tiuvii- lliill, Maiiliasset. ill said disliicl.
Ill l-:ieelioii Dist. .No. 2 —.Vt tile Rcs- eiii' Hook and Ladder l'nni|iaiiy's linii.-^.-, Rnslvn, III said dislriel,
i:ii'etlon Dist, .No, 3—.\ I ,Innes' I'nri Wasliliijilnii. ill salil ilLsuicI, l-;i.eiinn Disl. Nn, 4—.\l Firemen's .Mimola, In .said district, I'.'l. clinn Dist, .No, 5—.VI Fii emeu's lireai .Neck, in said district, l';ieetioii Dist, .No..6—At Firemen's Wi'sibury. in said dlBtriel, l':ii clion Disl. .No. 7—.\| Liberty I'ml WashiiiKlon. in sai.l district.
In i;ieelinii Disl, .No. .><--.\t Vipilant l'lll- Hou.se, C.ieai Neek Slaiimi, in said llstrtct,
111 Kli'Clinn Disl, Nn, !l- .\i Fire Dis-
GRB.«T SOtTH RAV rKRRV CO.WPANll
In Effect June 39, 1S18.
X.««i.«l,«l R^ THE SEA SKA KDCK
(¦REEPORT POi:VT LOOKOIT
Leave Freeport Leave Beaelk
S.50 a. m.
«.0« a. m,
9.45 a.in. 10.45 B.'St. 11+5 a. m.
M 5 p. ta.
2.1.5 p. m.
:t,4 5 p,.ni
5,15 p. tn.
S.IS a. m. 10.15 a. m. 12.15 p„ra.
1.45 p, m.
2.4.5 p. m.
4,30 p. m_
5.45 p. m_
t!.20 p. m.
7.00 p. m.
MnndavN nnd Holidar*
Leave Freeport 7.00 a. m. 9,45 a. m.. and hourly thereaftt
5.45 i>. m. 7,45 p. m. Leave Nassau
10,15 a. m.. and hourly lh.,iriafler until 6,15 p, in. I 6.45 p, m. 9,50 p, m. NOTK,—Sea KdK.e slops are mnd« only on signal or to leave passeniz«rs, l.it\ti DRACH Wr^fc Da>'M Li'ave Point Lookout
6,45 a, m,, connectinK with 7,21 to .V. T,
11,40 a. m,. connectlnjr with 12,32 to N. Y,
2,15 p, m,. connecttiiK with 3,10 to N. Y,
4.40 p, m,. connecting with 5,20 to N. Tf,
' 40 a. ni, (arrival of 6.47 from N. Y.)
llOlMtS; 5 .MAI-\ .ST. Telephone
A, .M, lo G P, M,
MRS. NOBMAM DE K. WETrEHOUSE, OHAIB- MAN BAKNBK PARADE COHUITrEE.
ards and banners of its component or¬ ganizations iind supplemented by its Press and -.'nbilcity Council. Mrs. Hay¬ mond Brown will lead her organiza tion, tbe New York Stute Woman Suf¬ frage .\ssocintion.
Miss Mary Currctt Hay, city chair¬ man of Ihe Woman t uflTrage party, wiii head the "I'arty," which wlll fur¬ nish the numerical strength of the parade, its thousands failing into liue by districts, committees and leagues, ""he "Party is the larges* of the ci'y organizations, more than 150,000 men and women being enrolled in its ranks. Its famous orange and black banners always wlu unstinted applause as its forces come sweeping up the avenue in suffrage paradfes. This year the "Party" expects fo eclipse all previous records.
The Women's I'oiltical Union, the Political Eqt^aiity Association, the Col¬ legiate Equal Suffrage League, tbe Equal Franchise Society and the Mcu'.« Leagues complete the list of suffrage organizations that will furnish march ing contingents to the parade.
The banner para^ is given under the direction of tbe Empire State cam¬ paign committee, and Mrs. Norman tie R. Whitehouse iSji the chairman iu charge of it, ^
If you have uever seen one of the monster suffrage parades, for which New York has become famous, this may be your inst opportunity. On Nov. 2 suffragists, be it remembered, expect to win the goal toward which they have been marching for so long.
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SUNDir, SEPT. 13
Special train with parlor car will leave Freeport :i,25 A. M,, for Mon¬ tauk, thence by Ihe steamer "SHI.\':«ECorK" for Block Island.
Lve. Block Island, returning -i T>. M, *
Tickets on sale, commencinK Sat¬ urday, Sept, 11, .^ale of tickets lim¬ ited. The riKhl Is resej-ved to post¬ pone the excursion and redeem tickets. Restaurant. Lunch Coun¬ ter and Cafe ,¦;. rvice on steamer.
JOTTINGS AND JOLTINGS.
Anti-auff rage Jottinga No. 15.
Woman suffrago has not saved state-^ and cities from falling into ill repute as badly governed. Experience disap¬ points exi>ectations of great political opllft ns the result of woman suffrage. Anti-auffraga Jottinga No. 23.
Man suffrage has not saved states and citlea from falling luto 111 repute aa badly governed. Notice New York city's bebossed situation. Rememtier Masanchusetts' Industrial crises. Con¬ aider Peniisylvania's record. Ask your¬ self if New Jersey baa been famed for political uplift. Elzperience disap¬ points expectations of great political uplift as the result of man suffrage. But, for all that, voting is the best means of| governing as yet discovered, ¦nd women mean to come la on it
If Vou Appreciate Style Distinction
Model Your Figure
.\ot Sold In Departm'erit Storea
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¦tyle and true blue In value. Made In
a wide variety ot Htylea and (asteolnffs.
They Combine l.axm-y With Servlee
Mrs. Annie Abbott
K. Col. Avenne. FREEPORT
MOTICE H» CREDITORS.
Pursuant to an order of Hon. Henry Selden Weller, t. mporary surrogate of the County of Na-ssau. notice I? hereby given to all p- rsona having claifns against Corneila -V. 'VootIs, late of the town of Hempstead, In the aald county, deceased, to pren. nt the same with tho vouchers thereof, to the subseriber the administrator of the goods, chattels and crcMlits of said di .e-ased, at his place of transacting business at the .offlce of George Morton l^evy, freeport. New York, on or before the IBth day of February next.
Dated, Mineola. N. Y., July 29, 1915. CHAPOiES F. VOORIS, 1- Administrator.
GEORGE MORTON LEVY, Attorney for j
Administrator, 1-7 RaUroad avenue,
Freeport, N. T.
li..urs nf :; p. 111. ami 9 \i. ( Illl' si-viial primary ilis- as cnii.-^til Illed anil sialid and at till- pnlliim plaeis, as below ilesimiat- 1 ll (nr Ihe Uepubllcan,, Diliincratic, 1 iKlepi'iuleiiee LeaKUe. .Vmerican, Pio- hibilinn. PrnKiessive and Socialist vnlers nf eaeh nf the primary districts. Ill aecDrilaiie.' wilh llie ci-rl iliea les dulv tiled with Ihl' eiisloiliaiis nf Pi-iinary Records by the respective eliairiiien in' lhi;' County Coiiiniitte.' of the Republi¬ can. Demncratic, iiidepiiulence LiaKUe, Prohihilinii, and ProKiessivi' Parly nr- Kaiiizatinns in the (^oiiniy of Nassau primary eleclion will hi' held.
On tlie part of the Ui'publican voters, fnr tile purpose of electinn nn inhii-,s of Ihe Repuhlican County Cnnimittee of the County of Nassau, To nominate a eandidale for Juslice nf liie Suiireme I'ourt, To nominate a candidate for .Mi-mler nf .Assembly frnm Ihe .Vssem- hly Illstrlct comrirlHliiK the County of .Nassau,
on the part of the Democratic vot- 1 IS, fnr llie purpose of electlnK. mem¬ liirs of tile Democratic County •"om¬ mittee of the County of Nassau. To nominale a candidate fnr .lustice of the Supreme Court, To noiiiinate a candi¬ dale for Member of .Assembly from the .Assembly District oomprisinK the Cnuniy nf Na.ssau.
On llle part of lhe Independence Leasue voiers. fnr the purpnse of clect- iiiK nnnihirs of ttie Independence LeaKUe County Cnnimittee of Ihe County of Nas.sau. To nnmlnate a can¬ didate for Justice of the Supreme Court. To nominate a candidate for Member of .Assembly from the .Assembly District comprlslnK the County of Nassau, for the purpose of ilectinK members of fnr the purpose of electlnK memberss of Ilie Prohibition County Committee of lhe Counly of .Nassau, To nominate a candidate for .lustice of the Supreme Courl, To nominate a candidate for Member of .Assembly from tlie Assem¬ bly District comprising the County nf Nassau,
On the part of the ProKresslve Vot¬ ers, for the purpose of electing mem¬ bers of the I'r.t»Vre'ssive County Com¬ mittee of the County of Nassau. To nominate a candidate for Justice of the Supreme Court, To nominate a candi¬ date for Memher of Assembly from the Assembly District comprlslnK the County of Nassau,
The members of committees lo be elected and the limes and places at which the committees are 10 meet for organization are embraeeil and set forth in Hie respective calls lssu<'d by the Republican. Democratic, Independ¬ ence LeaKUe, Prohibition and ProKres¬ slve Party Counly Commiitees,
The KIectit)n District is made the Primary District for the purpose of this Klection and the location of each pnllhiK place in the Counly where the voters of all partie.s above named may Vnle is as follows:
TOWN OK HEMPSTEAD Dist. No, 1—In Firemen's Hall, Wan¬ taKh, In .said district. '
Dlst. No, 2—In John N, Seaman's .Slore, Jerusalem Avenue, North Wan¬ taKh. In said district.
Dlst, .No, 3 —In P'lremen's Hall, Bell¬ more, In said district,
Dlst, -No, 4—In Kast Meadow Hall, Kast Meadow, in said district,
Dlst. No, 5—In Firemen's Hall, Mer¬ riek, In said district, , j Dist. .No, 6—In the Truck House of Kxeelsior Hook and I^adder Company, Fieeport, In said distiict.
Dist, No. 7—In the House of Kver Ready Hose Company. Uedell Street, Freeport. In said district.
I>ist. No. 8—In the ofllce of John M. Rnxter, Grove Street, Kreeport, In said district.
Dlst. No, 9—,In the house of Bay View Hose Company, Freeport, in .said dhstrlct.
Dlst. No, 10—In the store of O. Ho,w- ard Randall, 30 Brooklyn Avenue, Free¬ pnrt, In said district.
Dist, No, II—In the house of Vigilant Hose Company, Freeport, in said dis¬ trict.
Dlst. No. 12—In Firemen's HaU, Roosevelt, In said district.
Dlst. .No, 13—In the house of Protec¬ tion Hose Company, Prospect Street, Hempstead, in said district.
Dlst. No, 14—In the house of Meadow Brook Hook and Ladder Company, Un¬ londale, In said district.
Dist. .No, 15—In the Town Hall. Front Slreet, Hempstead. In said district.
Dlst. No, 1«—In the house of Garden City Fire Department, Oarden City, In said district,
Dist. No. 17—In lhe .N&llonal Garage, 277-279 Fro-nt Street, H'empstead, In said district.
nist. No. 18—In the offlc« of John Doty, Greenwich Street, Hempstead, in said district. Dlst. No. 19—In fbe house of Baldwin
trici Hall. .Miller's L.i in , Park, ill said ilhstriel,
111 l-:ieellnn Disl. .Nn. in IliKhlatnl's Flre llall. lleirhls. in said disliirl.
Ill Klecllon Disl, .No. 11 llill Hose Cninpanv's 11 Wasliiiintnti. ill said district 111 l-:ieclin:i Dist. No. 12- .M.i'nril's Real Kslale Ollice. ill said district.
ill r:ieclioM Disl. Nn. 13- -.\t ¦riirii|iike l-'ireiiieirs Ruihlln^. a . .'I:!, ill saiil liislriel.
TOW \ /«)K m Sl'KR II VV Disl, \i>,.^l.i; ,llisllce Cnllil Fariiiiimdale.
I list, .Nn, 2 -l-'ire Depa rl iiieii I iiii;. Central Park,
Dist. Nn. :!-- ('liailes Was Shnp, llicksville,
Dist. Nn. l-.-llicks' Ciil, I Icho.
Dist. .No. 5- Truck I Inns.-, ( Bit y.
Disl. Nil. te-Walilrun's VVIh.Iw Slio|i, l-;ast .Nnrwich.
Disl. .No. 7 - -.luslice Cniii-I llnnii! ili-ev .V\i'iuie. Oyster Hay.
Disl. .No. x--Cliih Ronins, Matin Ni'lHlihoi linod .Associalioii, l,,ocust ley,
Disl, No. 11—Kdnimid's Hlacksinllh Shop, nil 11 I'ove L.nndiiii;.
Dist. .No. Ill—HiKhlaiiil llall. School Slii'i'l, (Ilen Cove.
Dlst. .No. 1 1—.Juslice CiMii-l Rnnni, Clen Cove,
Disl, No, 12—A'lncent',s Oper.-i Housi.', Sonlh Glen Cove,
Dist, No. 13—Sea Cllft liank lUiild- iiiK. Sea Cliff.
Dlst. .No. 14—Finiiin's Hall. Havvllie. . Disl. No, 15—Offlce of Queens Land anil Tiile Co,. Mas.sape<|ua,
Dist, .No, lli—.rustlce Cnnrl Rnnni, Hicksville,
Tl ninr nf the Republican Ballot
shall he .•¦herry: the Dei^ocratic Ballot. LiKht (Ireen: the Indeiiendence Leacue Ralint. Canary: the American Halloi, .Scarlet; lhe Prohibiiion Rallot, Man¬ darin: the ProKresslve Ballot, LiKht Blue, and the Socialist Ballot, RulT, HOARD OF KI-KCTIONS OF N,\.SS,AT' COUNTY LAWRKNCK K, KIRWl.N.
Presldeiif, CHARLKS IT, STOWR. Hecretary.
12.10 p.m. larrlval of ll.f>5 from 3.00 p, ni, (arrival of 2.06 from ,N, 5.50 p, m. larrival of 5.00 from N Sundaya Leave Point T,ookout
S.OO a. m, 11.40 a, 111, ;i.40 p, m., co!iiieeliii(r with 4.20 lo N. T, 5.00 p. 111,. connectinK wilh 6,43 to .N. 1.*. Leave Queenswater
10,25a, m. larrival of P.05 from N. Y.) I2.20-p. m. larrlval of 11.17 from N. Y.> 4,15 p, ni, 6,20 p, m, NOTK,-Special time table fe Day on this division,
llltill HII.I. IIK ACII Leave HiKh Hill Beach. Monda
fi.45 a. Ill
Lv. Freepnii Lv. HiKh HIU Reaeb
fl.4,' a. 111. 10.46 a, ni
LI5 p. 1 i,15p, r Subjeci I
,3(1 p. ni. ^.,30 p, m. without notice.
FRKKPOHT liAII,RO\0 i^OMI'ANV
SP.M.MKIt TI.MK TABLK
111 efTect June 30, 1H15.
Troll.ys nf thc Freeport RailroacJ
Cniii|iai.y run on half hour headway,
the railroad slatioii at l'''ree-
th- hour and half liniir up to
-k liays ami H.l 5 .Similays, con-
wlili all easl (lllll wesl hniindl
lhe .New Vork .mil Lon;-; Islaml
" Vtlantic avenue
leaviiiK por! nil
;. R. Station '• 6.00 p. m. «.20 6.4S
.3" tiei ,
, Pl iiii-
5.1 fi. 15.52.
1J1.I2 a. 111.: 12.21'.. 1.3,-!. 3,U2. 4,17. 5,38, (Ml. S.13. in.511 p .in.: Sundny.'-, «,48. S,22, !),20 a. 111.: 12.05. 2.(1, 4.30. 5.3::, 7.11,. S.40, 11.44. I 1.20 p. 111,
Leave |.'ree|iiirl fnr .New Vnrk, Peiin¬ sylvania Slalinn anil Brnnklyn: Week¬ days, 5,20, 15,56. fi.42. «.5S. 7,20. 17,45. S 115, S.n;, S.55. ill,411. 10.17 a. m,: 12,30, 3,Ofi, 4.21, 5.02. 5.46, fi.45. S.lfi, 11,21.
11.03 p 111,
,2 1 a. Ill
v', 1 I
11.21 |., 111.
Traill.-^ l.a\.- l-'i. i-pnil fnr Aiiilivvllle. P.al.\ Inn. PaiehnKiie ami iiileiniediuti? slaliniis: Week-days, nal,44. S,10, a!(.2». 11,5:; a, in,: sI.2S, 1,|:|. sa2,22. 2,44. a3,58, la 1.5!!,- f5.32. a5.55, afl.111, 16.37. a7.0K, 7.44, aS.(i3, ait.07, alll.4fi p. in.; 12.17. 2.04 nicht: Siiiiiiavs. 5.31. ii:),22. aloftfi a. in,; 12,20, 2,22. a2,4S, 3,52. fi.lfi, ii,5«. ail,02, all 14 p. 111,; 1.12 iiIkIiI,
Trains have .N'.w Vork, Peiiiisy I vania Slalinn, fnr Freepnit. .M.irick anil prin¬ cipal inleriiieillale siatlniis: iia3,50, 5.41, 7.Ofi, aS.3fi. 11.00 a. ni,; sl2.40, 12,47..
' 32, 2.00, a3.00. II 4,02. f4,42, ia5,00^ ,31, a6,15. 6,50, 7,10, aS.IO, a!»,nQ.
1 ,ni,; alio iiIkIiI: Sundays, 4.30, 1.57, 11,36 a. 111,; 1.5fi, a2,5S, 5,27.
OS. alO.lS p. ni.: al2.33 iiinhr. ins run lo Habyimi niiiy. Mnnday only. siKiial; runs In .lanialca
Resnlved lllHI llle foilnwillK be adnpl- (I as Ordinance .No, 36H lo be enforced II Illl- VlliaRi nf Freepori under the ii-iialties therein presc'ribed:
relnafler prnvided. nn n or persniis shall set tin- tn, burn, or cause lo have set fin- In or burn, any waste paper, iiubblsli or inflam¬ able material within fifty feel nf any hulIdiiiK of any sort conslrucied in whole or In pari of wood or other In¬ flamable material, except it is burned nr set fire to in a can or similar recep- tacle made of iron or wire, and com¬ pletely covered with a lop nf similar ronsfruction In Ihl- said can or similar receptacle, so as lo keep the jilcces of material from blowinK awa.v; nor shall any person or persons build a bonfire al any place in the VillaKe of Freepnrt, eilher of paper, leaves, dried grass, refuse mailer nr other similar materlai, unless there Is some person nf a I leaiTi the iiKe of sixteen years allendlUK to said bonfire and watchinK same.
Any person violating the provisions of this seeiion shall be liable to a pen¬ alty of not exceedinK twenty-five ($25» dollars. Any violation of Ihe provlsiontt nf tills section or any part Ihenof shall be disorderly cnnduct. The per- 011 vinlatInK this section or any part of shall be a disorderly person. Resolved further that the Clerk of the A'lllage of Freeport be dlncled to have a cojjy of thj^s ordinance publisheii
kSln,,: .Illy. li.Nii P.l nnkl.vii eniin. cl Inns. sSa I unlays nniy. fl-;xie|ii .*>atiirdi(ys. IKveept hiilidays, ll';xi'i'pi Saturdays :iiiil holhlavs, Tiaiiis leave Brnnklyn, Flulhush Slalinn, abniil lhe same tin
New Vnrk, Pennsyl Ilme table siibji-c
vania Slalinn. Thi
In channe wilhout notici
11.411.1 TItOM.KV TIMK TAlll.K. MIneoln -lirooklyn Division.
Leave llempstead, Main and Front Sts.:
Sou.lhboiind at 4.30. 4,45. 5,15, 6.30 a. m.; llien everv 30 piiniileH thereafter hntil 11.00 p. m, 12,00 a. m. to Rockvillo Centre only.
.Northbound at 5.30 a, in., ond 30 minutes thereafter until 12.00 _ ....
Last car leaves City Line, Brooklyn, for Hempstead at 12,45 a, m.
A Hfieen-mlnuie headway is operated between Rockville Cenire and Brook¬ lyn ns follows: Week days, except Sun¬ days, leave Grant and Liberty street»w Brooklyn, 6,00 a, m, till 9,15 a, m.; then 2,45 I), m, till 7,45 p, m, Sundays, 12.0»
The Nassau Posi Count.v Review , once a consecutive weeks,
Daied, AUKUst 26. 1I>1." ROLAND .M,
and a w
Nassau for t wn
President. KRNKST S, RANDALL, FRANKLIN BKDKLL, HKNRY L, MAX.SON. SILAS A, WILLIAMS,
Trustees, State of .New Vork, i Countv of Nassau. - ss,: VilbiKe of FreepOrt I
"I the undersigned. Clerk of lhe A'll¬ lage of Freeport. said county and .State, do hereby certify that the foregoing Is a true and correct copy and of the whole thereof of an ordinance adopted by hte Board of Trustees of said vil¬ lage at a meeting of said board held AuKUBl 2fi. 1915,
SYLA'KSTKR P. SHKA. !)-3-15-2t Village Clerk.
POWER nOAT .MONBil MtXT
Leave Leave High Bellmore HIH Beach
June 26 to Sefit. 12, .!i,45 a. m, fi,;;o a. m. . .6,30 p, m.
pt, 13 fo 19, daily 1>,45 a, m,
Sept. 5 9.46 a. m,
6,15 p, m.
"0 p. m.
4,u0 p. m. 7.30 a. m. 5 15 Jl. m.
SiiturdayH July 3 to Sept,
Sundaya July 11 to Aug. 2». and Labor Oay.
, fi,45 a, m. 8.30 a. m. .2,16 p. m. 12,00 noon , fi.31) p. m, 4,00ji. m.
. . 9.4S a. m. . . 4.16 p. m. ^i*iA&^. m.
7,30 a, m. S.OO f), m, S.16 p, m.
till S,4« ,
Leave Hempstead, Main and Front Sts.: Wesibound at 6.30 a. in, and every 30 minutes tlureafter until ll.SO p. m. Sundays. 6,30 a, m,, and every 30 mln- uti'B Iliereafier until ll,3'l |>, rn.
l';asthouiid. 0.15 a, in,, and every 8* minutes thereafter until 12.15 a. m. Sundays, 7.15 a. m., and then the same schedule as week days.
.lerlrho Pike Divlalon,, Leaves .Mineola, Boulevard and Old Country road: Wesibound, 5,30 a, rn.. and every 3» minutes thereafler until 9,15 Ij, m., then 10,15 and 11,15 p. m, Sundays, first car. 6,15 a. m,, then same schedula- as week d.nys.
Leave Jamaica, Fulion and Washington streets; Kastbound, 6.30 a, m,, and every S(» minuies thereafter until 10.00 p. m,; then 11.00 ji. m. and 12.00 a. m. Sun¬ days, flrst car. 7,15 a. m,. Ihen-sama schedule aa wei-k days,
J, .M, STODDARD, Supt,
'r'HK Vkw itiHk Attn kohth hiiorb
TR*CTIOV COM PAW.
Time Table K.,ectlvR Jan, 1, 1916. Week Days.
Leave Port Washington for Mineolw, Hicksville and Flushing: 6,06 a. tn.; Ihen every hour until 10.05 p, m. Cmr leaving Porl Washington ft 11.05 p, m. fo Roslyn Clock Tower only.
Leave Flushing for Port Wasblngtftn and HIcksvl!)-: 5,.10 a. m.; then everr hour unlll 9.30 p, m. Cars leaving 9.Stt and 10.30 p, m, to itoslyn Clock Tower oniy.
Car leaving Flushing at 9.30 p, nn. runs to Hlckuvllle,
Leave IHcksvllle for Port Washlnr- •on and Flushing; 6,35 a, rn.: then every hour until 9,3^. p. nfi. Car leaving Hicka- vlll at 10,35 p, m. to Roslyn car barn only.
I,.pave Port Washington for Mineola. HicKsvllle and i. luahlnr: 7.OS a. m.; fhen every hour until 10,05 p, m. Car leaving Port Washington 11,06 p, rn. to Roslyn (Mock Towr only.
Leave FluHhlng for Port Washlngfoo and Hicksville: 6,30 a. m.; then every hour until 9.30 p. m. Oar leaving IV.tt' p. m, to Roslyn Clock Tbwer only.
I,.eave HicKsville for Port Waablnc- ton and Flushing: 7.JI a. m., then eyerr hour until 9.36 p. m. Car Imavlng Hleka- vllle at 10,36 D. m. and 1L36 p. m. t* Roslyn car barn only.