THE NASSAU POST: FREEPORT, N. Y., SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1914.
SEEK STATE'S AID FOR INLAND CANAL
Committee of Nassau, Suffolk Citizens Will Frame Legisla¬ tion For That Purpose
HELD MECTING AT PATCHOGUE TUESDAY
Federal Government May Under¬ take Dredging if Easments Can be Obtained
A committee of Suffolk County (,'iti- zenB haa undertaken the ta.sk of frani ins l«-giBlailon hy whith th»-y hope lo itidiice the Klatu and Kcderal (lovern in«nt to Join hand.s in the .scheme for perfecting the «real projected Inland Waterway along the .South Stiore of LwiiK Island. The coinniittee wa.s ap¬ pointed at a meeting of twenty pionn inent men of Na.s.sau Suffolk and Queens t^ounties at I'atchoKue on Tuesday. The ftieetinK was lor tlie purpose of de\isinK nieans ot proniot- inf, (lie inland canal and hastening the afllrniative action of the .NatloMal tloveninient.
The meeting waB largely hrought 41 bout hy tlie efforl.s ot Joseph Bailey of Fatchosue, who raiscid a large fund ta pay the expen.ses ot the committee in carrying on the fl.ght at Alhany und Washington.
Uetore diBcussing tlie waleisvay pro¬ ject tho nieinhers partook of a shore dinner at thf- .New Mascot House and then arjourned to the South Bay Yacht Cluh, where the husin<'ss ses- vlon took place.
Former Congressman Wiiiiiiiti \S Cocks of Westbury, was elected i:haii' man. The general disi:uKHion doaii wilh lh«! progiJess that ha.s thus far been'made. It was brought ou thai the present status ol tli« .situation, linds Ihe Oovtjrnmeut In a position lo »;ratil another hearing Jn the matter, and, perhaps, reconsider the lorinei unfa\orahle repoit of Colonel Hoess- ler, the darmy engineer, who ha chargi- of Ihe preliminary .survey.
T^'t^iJgh tho efforts ol' Congressman l.at^>p lirown of Long l.sland ,tlic Wasliington authoritii^s have hinled iit a willin.gneas to give the projected Inland tauul further attention, esjieci ally If Ihe three counties concerned and the State will assume some of the l)urden of Ihe greali coast.
It is understood that if the State will provide the necesisary easemcntH lor the route of the canal, the Federal •overnment will do the dredging, ll iu with the idea of carrying out thi." part of the program assi.gned lo Ihc State Ihat thc comniiilec on iegi^da tioa was appointed. On ihc (oiiunil- t*fe are:
.loseph Bailey, I'ahhogiif; Wiiliaiii W. Cock>i, Wesihuiy: Hiram U Smith, I'''reei)ort; I'Mvin N'. Kdwards, Kreeport: C. ;\Iillon Ito.'^eis, Sayville. P. E. Iltman, CraM'scnd: lOiu^uis S Post, Quogue.
The general advantages of Ihe pro¬ posed canal were discussed, ilie men present diflerin;^ wiili thf report ol the army enginecis il-.ai Ihere is n«i enough business on ihe line uf llii proposed route to wan;iiil llie evpiii ditiire. II is claimed by l.on.c l-land ers that llie traftic not only dcmaiul:- II. hut that rade will he inunediaciN stiinulaled if the canal is piil lhroii:'li Farmers, lisheriueii. iiiei cli.-mls aiu; maiuifaclurer.-i uill :ill lie iniieliied, j, is claimed, as well as th ot produces trom ouisidi'.
ABOUT ROOSEVELT FOLK j The Roosevelt Social Club held a
-Mr.s. Grant Andrus of Liii'oln ave- succei-.sful dance at F'lreiiien's Hall on
nue, is viailln.t: wilh relatives irt f'hila-' Ue Hevois avenue on Thursday e^en¦
Mi.ss .Muriel V. ood of Wo;'Is a/e j Aflfr spending a wee kat Ct hf.ine nue, ia psending a tiojourn of a few _ of f\Iu8. John Ujv on iJiookhlde ave- KUCHts of relatives in nue, -Mr. aud .\li.*. ijdwaid Anderson,
have returned to lyn
hi.'ir home in Brook-
.MrH. Frank Pierce of Chaiies .street.' has as her guest thiss week, .Miss .Ma-! iml Cook of Bi-ooklyn.
Min.; (In iliw Kue»i Baynor of wtrek. I
IJiciJpof : her sisier ••niennial
ew V|oll. !:¦ Mis. Floyil
.Mis.s Margaret iJixort of rBook?!ide avenue arid Miss fiprintde North of Broold>n. have rrturned from Nassau- hy-ilie-SrM. vvl'epM they ha\e heen
Heiir> [lenl the Iohn Behr
.Mr.s. ;.;. 1. Ihirck. and Mi .Meyenhiick of illooklyii. week at til'- liDiin- of Mis on .Astr«- place.
-Mrs. William ;Siiiuil ol' \aleniin<^'
Ktreet, is enleiiainiiiL; .Mr. ;iiid .Mrs.
.\rthur Tajlor and cliildieii of Bmok- lyii.
Telephone Freeport 81 2 w
The Wells collage on .\hhol jilaoe lia« heen leaded 10 (Jeorge Pr<^ger and family, who ate already orruping il.
Mrn. Maiy Behr, had as her f;ue; I.-, over the jiasi w«ek end, i.'harlef and Frederick Winters of .ManhalWn.
.-.periiiilig ;i It.i liii.L;!i...s i
The nevest hahy ho.\ so far as is knov.n is npcke, son of Ml and Reinecke. born on last
1 a. ailott a
in Itoosexell William Kei
r I ¦ ¦¦ riarr^-—" ¦¦ -, —-r ¦
Not a Political Ornlthorhynchut!
In one ol ins- preKs noiiee.'- i.«.;ued hy a candidate for ( ougreb.sional honors, we are luformed that "he i? not a political ornithorhyncus or ln-sk." To bo more ctrLilij of if. u'r;:nii*K, we find a word .somethiiu- Kvve it in Webster. Wilh the'add! lion og the letter h we find thai an orniihorhynchus " in a genus consi.'Jt- ins only of the duckbill." The duck- hill, by the name authority, it^ detined ,'is "expert in swimming and dixing. inhabiting burrows near the wetter and feeding ehielly on agnatic' nit It was the turkey trot, then the lo^t tai^ndllar, and now we hav»^ Ihe art»Ty-ft'oini What nexi:
—fa^ —^^ ' ¦ ¦ »^'
Freeport's **Bread" Corner
Clothes and The Man
France Wins a Bloorly Bnttle A ••anB-uin;iiy (nntliti hetween Fiance anri .Aiu.iiia took place at 2 o'clocii ia:.t Tiiiiir-dav morning on .\tiiericaii ioil al Ihe reiiil Trianon al Lake Ronkonkoma when I.ucioni Uessig. an Aui^trian waiter had an argiinient ahoiil the war with a French < hef. Tiie .\usiiian retreated in had Older :iii(i rei eivvd surtical at- leiiiion Ihi.-. iiioiiiin^ al 1 li*» hands of Dr. William If. Kus>-- He had Ihree leedl l\lloel:e(l OUI. all e\e closed and lli.^ Ince sadls mi-'-liaiM-n.. Saywlle News.
AUTOMOBILE. MOTORCYCLE. BICYCLE
REPAIRING AND ADIUSTI.SC,
Telephone l/.l 55 NEWTON Bl.VI) FREEPOR F N.Y.
Plumbing, Heating, Tinning
REPAIRING AND JOBUING ESTIMATFS
CHAS. F. FRITZ Jr.
63 N. MAIN ST FREEPORT. N. Y.
Post Office Box 75
Freeport Poultry Farm
CARROLL STREET FREEPORT, N. Y.
FRESH EGGS BROILERS ROASTERS
Fricasse In Season
Contract at once for Season's Supply at Reduced Rates ALL ORDfiRS PROMPTLY ATTENDCir TO
Fact* Worth Knowing
There are sonn; cmioii.s I'ai is ahoui our calemlar. .\o cemiiri cm hetUn on Wednesday. l''iida> i>r Sunday. The same calendars can he used eM'ry Iwenly years. October always begins on Ihe same day of the week as Jan uary. April as July, September as December. February. March and Noveiul)er hegin on the same day.-i May. June and August always begin on different days from each other and every other month in Ihe year. The first and last days of the year aro al¬ ways the same. These rules do not apply to leap year, when comparison ia made between days before and af¬ ter February 29.--Isllp Herald.
Freeport Tailor Marries Brooklyn Girl Morris Shipero of Freeport. aud Miss Ida Hertzherg of 1230 Kivingion street. Urooklyn, -were married at the latters home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Shipero will reside at Frteport where Mr. Shipero ia employed by Max Stockman tue tailor,
GKOROK A. H. SMITH. M. D. Eye disosases only. Office hours Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8 to 11 A. M., and by appointment. 7 Wallace street corner Brooklyn avenue, Freeport. L. I., Telephone, 778,
'Straight to tlie Mwkr -By Telepiione
THE telephone takes you "straight to tlie mark" in ull your dealings of a liusinesa or social nature.
To reach friends and business associates whether they are nearby ur at a distance, "talk trips" by Bell telephone offer the c|tiicke.st and most direct method of connnuniv ation.
Why waste tlie time and money needed to tiike those tiresome trips to nearby towns, when the telephone will take you "straijchtto tlie mark " ar;d give ytjii an ea.sy and .satishu tory rouni trip?
Doift Travel- Telephone!
Every Bell Tele/^hone la a Lung iJiitance Station
NEW VOaU Ti^LEPl20:^E COiMPANY ^'
C A. RYDER, Local Conimerci.il Mj. .jger 26 South Grove Street Freeport, L
Custom and Family Laundry
EFFICIENT SF,KVI(T. AND WORK
Telephone 97 R I NEWTON BLVD FREEPORT. N. Y.
In these conventional days personal appear¬ ance is an important fac¬ tor in bu:>ines« ancl in social life. Clothes are not everything but they are a decided help in creating that favorable impression.
"Freeport's Custom Tailor"
is a builder of just this sort of garments. Ma¬ terial, fit and satisfaction are our guarantees.
Tckplioiie. 583 w
49 N. Main Street Freeport, N. Y.
Th«y say, "UNEEDA biscuit," but what you need today, to drive dull care away, is good SWEETHOM BREAD.
O. K. BAKERY
21 S. Main St. Freeport L. I.
An Exclusive Kesudciitial Section, With City Advantages and Suburban Cfiinforts
Most Ideal for the Summer Home, fiest Year 'Round Subiiil). lh)use,s on Large Plots Can he Obtaincl on Most Liberal Terms.
ONSLOW MOORF. CO. 11 COURT ST.. BKLN A. A. SFIALY. M'g'r., Bayvi< w Ave., Kreeport, N. Y.
Take it to the Columbian
We h.wc tlu facilities, the men anti the cx pc^rieiuc to do your work riour ivliiulers, 5i) cents p-r cylinder.
We can re-seat yojr valves with a special ni-K-hine that setts thiitii ah-,ol\iteIy riij;ht. Kc-seat- in.i!;es the motor more powerful, snappier, quick¬ er aa i smoother ranninj^.
All Work Quaranteed
Standard Gas 16c. Goodyear Tires. Celebrated Ball Spark Plugs, guarantd d for'.life'of \our motor
HOLiWliS M. NORWOOD, Prop.
The Long Island Home Made Bread Co.
Thomas St. John BaUwin
Telephone 605; Merrick Road, cor. Main St., Freeport, L i.
is thc time to install a gas range and v^ater
Doi 't wait until thc hot weather is here, do
'Phone Hempstead 680 and say when it will
be convenient for our representative to eall
with fujl particulars.
NASSAU I SUrFOLIi LIGHTING CO.
GEO. MAC DONALD, Pres.
FREEPORT ROCKVILLE CENTRE MINEOLA
This Handsome Pony Outfit
Pony, Carriage & Harness rKfcfc
To Some Boy or Girl-WHY NOT YOUf rzzs.-
Great Dunlop Pony Contest
•'be)jan May \5, cluses September|l5, I9I«
TIRES. TOBES AND MOTOR SUPPLIES
. Vulcanizing: a Specialty^^
WORK CALLED FDR AND DELIVERED
43 W. Merrick Road
Freeport, L. I.
Telephone, Freeport 1022-W
now TO GET VOTKS V(iiii,H on Iht.' I'oiij- Oiitni will br Sivt-u with every imiciliasi) niH.l.-' ul ('liiibliiifli'.j DniK .Store- one vou foi (jvcry cfiii. Tlu- cbil'l li.'ivliig thi; liioiilcKt ijuiiiber of votes lo it.i rrdit on Sept. intli, 18H, wins tha Pony (juiUt. In case of a Ue I.-IOO In aoiA will bi
divided belwepn ceblldien tyhif. r.OU extra voI^m will be glve!i witb :i(.'b pi:>('liptiun tilled ^.t thia ptore.
Watcb for- si)C'Cial 8Hle.'( eaiil Thur.-day when extra volfs will be givtiu on certain'ai-tlcle.s.
m)\V TO GET VOTLS ¦VN'itli fcvery yearly subucrlplion to Ihe Na«!Hau Po-st, accoinimn- Icl l*' I2.D0, 3,00U I'oiiy Vol a* will be given aud you can buy ea iniiuy aa you detilro. Tba beat way (>o get voIcb in to "se¬ cure eubscriLilJomi to Tbe No*- Hau Pottt HM ttie HCbeduItt of votes la bo much greatoi for »ub»crli»tiona tban anylbtn*' clKe. You will he aurprlH^d how ea.sy It is to eet aubtscrlvllonH to Tbe NaHsau I'ost If you tr-y. Contest Cioaet September l^th 1914.
Now 18 tbu tluio to tthow your tiue Aijjerican eplrlt -G«t Uuj'y —NOW.
Vote; are also given away at fountain with Ice Cream and Soda
RULES OF THE (jONTEST
1. Kvery conie.stant gete a number. -' No nanu'H of cgnlosfants will f>e iiublisbtd. :;. Standing of contestants publlBhed iu Naskau Font rommeuc- inK U'ednt'.sda^-, June 17, 1914.
4. All voles muil be hrought In TburKday of each w«ek.
6. Tie votew in package witti contestants nuuibei and suuouut on top slip only.
6 Notes are transferable only before recording.
7. Contestant having largest number of vote* on Sept 15, 1914 Wins Ihe Pony Outfit.
8. Contestants will not be permitted to solicit votes wlthla our store or fn front Of the building.
9. All families connected with this store and the Naasau Post staff are barred from this contest.
Enter Your Child in this<}reat Contest Once—It Costa Notliing CHUBBUCK'S DRUG STORE
Telephone 5 Freeport