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VOL. XII FREEPORT. N. Y.. FRIDAY. JUNE 14, 1907 NO. 33 FREEPORT NEWS ConfjraLulations te (leorj^c S. Wt ant, an e.x-printer ef the HeviuvV, the arrival ef a younj; .«on. Thoma.s W. .Murray lia.s acrepti jjii.sition i:i Koy S. Wallace's real tate office. Railroad .A.venue. ! The .Sunday eveninpj; .-frvici.' i'i the ' -M. K. (.'hurch is now at 7:4-") iri.-'tead of I 7 •.'¦'d), a.s flurint: the winter. Thur.sday eveinny, .June W. Koat Club will hold Firemen's Hall, iloosevelt. , the daiic(; .Mrs. Martin .1. .Suydam entertained the W. C. T. U. .Monday afternoon at her home on South Ocean Avenue. Single copies Flap," the new Ketcham, are on sal office; ten cent.s each. f ".Sunshine piece hy Kev in the K. P. at the Kev iew .Saturday evening of this week a htrawherry festival will he held on the porch of tht! Epi-scopal rectory by the ladies of the church. A clas.s of seventeen are to receive the .'Vrch Masons di-.c^ree in Free[Kiit Chapter, IJ. IJ., next Tuesday i veii- injr. in Odd Fellows' Hal!. f Cold The cantata " liearts jj;iven hy the S'aiiday Schoi Presbyterian Church .Sunday and rivoved ;i very jileasant wa in tl evening! ii-(ii;-rarr le Williain I'lyei- of lii.'iTipstead has launched his :i I foot motor boat from the shiiiyard of Wnltt-r K. Smith. The boat is ei)uipjK;d for comfort and niakt-r a tine appearance. .\ motor boat v:>.re ¦.'. ili lie held from W. C. Klli.son's dock. Woodck.ft, .Saturday afternoon of ne.\t week at 1^ o'clock, under rules of the .Motor I'.oat Association of .\tnerica. !|The Reverend .John Crcniield Bac¬ chus, rector ofthe (,'burchof the Incar¬ nation, Brooklyn, will preach in the Church of the Transfiguration Sunday evening, June •2'.'i, at s o'clock. The Kacculaiireate .Sernvni to the ^jraduaLiiit.': Class of I'reejiort Hif^h School this year '.vill be preached by Rev. F. O. CunniiiKham, pastor of the Rapt ist Church, in tbe M. K. Ciuircii Sunday eveiiinjj;, .June '2:\. .\ Musii^al .Smoker, witb talent, was a feature of the last meetintj of Free¬ iiort Masonic .Association last Tuesday evenin.i^. Duriiij:; tbe summer months the association will meet once ;¦. month the second Tuesday. The Ladies' Aid Society of the M. E. (.Ihurch will u,ive a supper and hand¬ kerchief swle in the lecture room of the church ne.-vt Friday. :ifternooii and eveninir. .Juiu!'J 1. S..i[)per, .'.I.'ic, serv¬ ed at tl o'c!(ic!n. l-iveryb'idy invited. ¦ )f iJuriiijf the month of .June Thomas •lohnston is making; a .special price of 'in cerits for a life membership b<iok in the Tabard Inn Lilirary. The reports of the Freeport Rank and the Bank of Piockville Centre, ap- jieai^iiif^ in this issue, show thosti banks to b" gainiiiff steadily. Those wlio live within five miles of the junction of .Main and Church Streets should rt.'ad and renieniber Chas. P. Smith's ad in this issue. Thf \Vom.i:-:'s Relief Corps wish Lu thank their mati.v friends for jrast fa¬ vors and would call their atteiitioii to udv. in this issue, rai^ carpet foi^ sale and made to order. .AIpb.a Council. iJauH'liters oi" .Anu'ri- c.:i, will lioid thcdr annual fair o:i Fri¬ day aud Saturday, .July V2 and IM, in connection with which there willbe* drawiiif^s f'lr a .Srnvrnn ruu;aiid a library table. Tiieri' will lie r.o iia-elin.<j; of tl;e .tr. C. E. at the I'resiiylirian chajiei thi.- weelv, a.-i the .sociely has adjourv.ed uii¬ til Fall. . The date of the annual iioach ¦ill be announced lator. Maj\ ast w'j School H. Sinith Notes visited the ¦h Sundav l'l ¦k. I The date of the .Annual P'estival .Au- I tomobile Ride of the .Sunday School I Kindergarten and the primary class of jthe Presbyterian Sunday Schoo! will lirobably be some time in Autrust. Merrick Road is 'being .~priiikle«i with crude oil and the work is bein^ ' done in a much better and more thor¬ ough manner than was done last year. Coming as it did after the hard rain . oi VV'ednesday, ihe road was hard ami is now in excelierit condition. A number of High will enter college this School fall. sV. G. .Johnston of .Su.s(iuehHnna, Pa has been vi.--iting Miss Susan .Storer. Su'iirriiiteniient Armstrong of P.runs wick, .\. .1., visited the sch> week. The Regent's examinations will 1 held next v.-eek in the Hii.''!i Scho room. j The '-.Mrs. Wiggs of the Caliba.ge ; I'atcli" Fair at the Presbyteriaiv^hapel ¦ ' Friday and .Saturday was a .great sue-. I eoss, the receipts l.ieing; nearly •¦?2lM.i. ' i The .Juniors wi.sh to thank all wh<i help¬ ed to make the event successful. They i conducted the alfair alone except for I the helji of a few adults, and are de- j I serving of great credit. The proceeds j 1 wvll be divide;! betv.c'-n the .lunior; I treasury and the Parsonage Improve¦ 1 ment Fur;d, ;;i charge of the Chnrch ' Trustees. The State Lleme; were helfl in the .A four! ;Tade, Tue-da; tary e\aminati<ins .M'ades, above the 1 Wednesdav. The High ,Sc])<iol base ball team journeys to Huntington this Saturday afternoon, to t^ross bats with the Hup- tington team. Miss Cooper and .Miss Hastin.gs will speni Sunday with .Miss Dilloin a for¬ mer yOaclu'r here, who is i;o^,v teac'ning at \ewark, N'. -L party Rev. ami -Mrs. K. P. Keltham, after the work iinddenc Lo managing the ".Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabba.ge Patch" fair, of tlie I'resbyterian Church, at¬ tended the le-union of Dr. Ketc-ham's class at Princeton, and .Mrs. Ketcham is resting m Plai:;lield and lloonion, \. •J. .Street Connui.ssiciner Pine is deserv¬ ing of great credit for his work on the crossings, with judicious u&e of cind¬ ers from the village power plant. In the heavy rain last week when jiassing would lie ati^iost imiiossible the cross- nigs -ivhere cinders had been jilaced were in good condition. The (.'hildren's flay exercises in the ,\1. E. Ciiurch .Sunday were the most ¦ .¦ uccessful in the history of the Sunday .School. In the morning the j*aslor. Rev. U. .A. .lorJan, preached a si)e(dal sermon to the Sunday .School, and in the evening the school rendered sjiecial exercises, and the attendance was thi' largest of anv such >ervice in the ciiurch. .Althougli tliere will ije no sjiecial ; music at the I'liurcii of the Transtigur- I ation on Sunday, .lack Denton will i sing a solo at the nioi'iiing service, arv! ; Albert Fiske of Rockville Centre will ' .-ing at the evenir.g service. Tours' beautiful "Bles-ed are tiiev" Children's 1) served in the In the ihorning Jiastor, Jireached the .Sunday School y was ;ipiirvijiriaiely oh- .M. E. Churcii Sumiay. Rev. D. A. .lordaii. tlie : , -^pi'cial sermon to and. in the evening the School r(Midered a sjiecial which was largely attended. irogrjim. TTie secretary of the Fire Dejiart¬ ment will be at the house of Excelsior Hook and Ladder ('o. Saturday even¬ ing netx'at 7 o'clock, to issue liiidges to the niemhers '.vho !i;>ve not ;'.lre;idy received them. It woukl be a .i.'^reat convenience if all who could would call at this house Thur.sday or Friday evening which would save much confusion. To further the marked development ol' Roosevelt, C. E. Whiteliou.se, who laid out and develojied Wlihtehuyse \'il- la, has Jiurchased siiv'en^ parcels of land adjoining the vilhr'niT the .south, and only a short distance from tiie trolley, which he is to lay out into building lots, with trees, cement walks and other accessories to beautify the tract. Mr. Whitehouse is figuring on the installation of a jirivate water Jilant, and exjiecls soon to have it in¬ stalled as well as a gas supjily for ' street lights and house service. '1 :;e iuneral services over the re¬ mains of .Mr.s. Arnirew Conklin were' held at the re-idence of her son, Ciiaries, with whom she had been stay¬ ing, un Cro'.e Sr., T'nursday afternoon last. She dieti .Monday night of ajiop- lexy in her •'>><th year. Slie is survived by f.vo sons, (.'harles :nid Ceor'.re. Rev. D. A. .Jonlan (jt the .M. E. Church arul her former jiastor at Farmingdale, otficiated at the service. The body was taken to Farmingdale for interment. .As a r'jsult oi rmiaways two of the young men of the village are lying at their hemes (iargeruusly injured. While at Rockville Centre -Monday a team belonging to Ross and Randall became frightened at a l.;rge auto and ran away. ,Iohn Collins, wno '.vas in the wagon, jumped and struck hea\ ily on the road, receiving seyere injuries. His comjianion remained in the wagon until thrown from it by the wagon strikin.g a post, but was uninjured. The same day one of H. C. Schluter's horses created havoc on Church St. He came from in back of the store and ran uji Church St., on the east side, going l-i.-etween the jiosts and trees on ' the edge of the walk until caught. Williani Smith, better known as "Pe- wee" an einiiltiyee of Mr. .Schluter, at- temjued to stop the frightened animal and was caught between the large de¬ livery w;'.j.:-on and tlie side of Lewis' dry goods store, rev<dving around ur.til tbe wagon ];a-sed wlieii lie fell to the ground unconscious. He was found to have sustaiiied a concussion of tlie -Ai-thur Thoinijison, a gate, will have char.ge dejiartment next yen: ment is 'ycv \:: chiir^/" inc'^;. ¦ad'Liate of (J f the sciei Tliis depa f Mis ! In the Presbyterian Chur evening a flower service was given by •hool i the children, entitled " Hearts of (loId." j The jjlatform was decorated with cut , Howers and jioAWi-jilauts in green and ients i white effect and jire'fented a very at- . tractive apjiearance. .At one side, and j well to the front wa;; the white drajied chair of the Angel of Flowers and in the background, a little to one side of the center, was jilaced a green draped chair for Mother Earth, with two low ¦i^l seats similarly covered, "<ine on each i side, for Rain and Dew. The I rejiresenting Howers wore m- e ¦ clusters of the blos.-onis jiersonilied ,1 . and each child was in instume apj.ro- jiriate to the character rejiresented. The whole order of twercises was ad,- mirably rendered. .An especially jiret¬ ty number was that of tlie Daisy Chain, a marching exercise ly i-igliL little .girls, whose rhytlimic movetnerts -.very very jileasir.g. Tin.' little .lohn¬ ny jumji-u)is also (leser\e .-jieciiil men¬ tion in their cute I'enditioii of recita¬ tion and .-ong. Sidnev H. Sv,e>.- ey, with his cornet, very acceptably assisted the organist, Mr. lieedi, v.ho ably Jireside*! at the organ at both n-.oriimg and evtLning services.' Mi-s -Annie Smitb, the'Sunday Sch<ioi pian¬ ist, acc^Jmjian.ied the ci-,ildre:i duri'ig the exercises. The | roLiraiu vas un¬ der the direction oi' .Mi--. Ida R. Wright, tiie directress of music in the Hast.- Moi;iU!.y afienio-jn .J'.i;-e 2\. a cmiieit wil be .given in the Hig'ii .-^chooj i-ooni at d o'clock. 'Ijit? High S(-hool chorus, assisted liy the Roys' choir, under the leadership of .Miss Dai!e-y, will .ender it. ' .-\. lartre numliei- of drawings were on exhibition in Miss .Storer's Room. Favorable (^(pimcnts were made <in the work, tlie success of j.vhich is due mainly to the drawing tetichers' inter¬ est in"the scholars. The best of these drawings will be sent to exhibits uji State and to the .Mii.<-o!a fair. The annual exbildt of the' school v.as held P'riday and Saturdiiy afternoons of last week. There wen' about loii jieojde who registereil in tlie otliee. There was a large increa.-e in the work exhibited, several rooms being used. The visitors exjiresseci themselves as :-ht Mrs. Daii- I!arto'\V. VVright. .Miss F.ire- iresellt- beirig wel nianv favc .'used with the ' cimiments being irk, I II. rhe second base-liall team of S. defeated Heinjiste'id tirst team in aj 1 l-innin.i-; game by a scure of 12 to 7. , Our boys made their last o runs in tlie j llth innine. This is the thi witli them, Henijistea! having Sunday School, -,vho i xhibited I'ari abilit.v in nre.-^e'.iting a nio-;! it:tei'est. ing and imjiressive s( i-, ire. The com mittees who ;tssist.>'(i Mi were: Decoration .Mrs. S.'.'e/.e; Costumes Mrs. .Stret* ii, iels. Miss Parkerson, Miss Drill .Mrs.-Barnes, .Mis.- The school 's indebted to man for the ji>-ograms. The characters that v.ere rej ed in ¦•Hearts of (lold" '.vere as !'<i!- lows: j Angel of tlie i-'iower.- Rcitation j Miss Elix.alK th Patterson. j Heljiers Recitation ;iiid Song 1 .Mother I'^arth. Ihrnna ."schluter; .Stiii- ! beam. Holmes .Swezey; Rain, Idella j Foster; Dew, Isabella Stret. h. ' Dandelion la'citatior. P.arriiif/ton i Miller. AiJjile-Mos-^orn R.-.-itation Cladys ¦ Stoiy. ; .Johiniy-juniji-ujjs tiecitation and Song Carl Schneider, Kenneth C.u- nnni, Willie Helland, Lawrence Smith. Forget-me-nots Recitation -M iiiiiie .Ackerman, Cecil Po.-.l, .lohn .Mover. Raljih Colden. Sojirjino ,i;,d .Alto Cort, Helen Smit!:. Re dtatio;: .Margaret ice. Ml ft.. 4' of tlie cost to be allow¬ ed on tlieir road tax, walks to be con¬ structed at grade furnished; granted. The following rejiorts of cement side¬ walks eoinjileted v.-ere made and the clerk ilirected to credit i.' of the amounts on the i^oad taxes uf the re- sjie'ctivt' Jiarties: C. C. I'atterson, Lean Ave. and Wallace St.. ; Alfred T. Davison, Ocean .Avenue; D. E. .Mack¬ ey. Ocean .-Vvenue; E. Ebenger. Lex¬ ington .Avenue: (!. .A. Baldwin. Porter- lield Place; Rob't Henderson, .Main hildj-etC St.'; VVni^^ C. .Miller, Smitli St., (two carried ' pieces) ; VVii!. C. Miller. Roosevelt Place; .A. S. P.mwn, .Main Street. .Vjipli, ations I'or eleetric light by Win. .1. ."^ehumacher, Pearsall Avi'. ; .Adeline .A. Finch. Ocean -Ave. ; Crace Finch, Oeean .Ave. ;.l. Ha-»vkins, Smith St.: C. L. Plait, 1 Alex. R. Carrie, grai-.ted. .Ajip!ic;.lio!:s for ¦A'at- '.^rallied to the follo'.ving: ( Carm-an, .Atlantic .Ave. ; E. A. COM, West Randall .Avei.ue; Finch., .\orth Ocean A", e. ; S. i;inis. (ir.'V-e St. ; Piibiic .<c!v m.'i!; \\c. : (ieoi-jie Wallace, St.; !. li. Baker. Bedell St. \';;!d;iper. Ro<isevelt Plait-; .!. il ^.^ Roosovelt Place and .Arclur Sea- ic.an, .Archer .St., "•granted as soon as \'.e' secure the necessary material." N(.i ;.'.ctioii \\-a-, taken ujioii the ¦:.jiiilicati<n of Henry (dmsted, Esans .-Vve. 'l"h-.' committee on new Uve engine rt'omnK'nded the jiurchase of a third :\7.e Xott r^ngine. Chief Co//;ei\s also rei 1.111,tmndid same and it was decided "to purchase a tliii'd size engine, asjier speciliC^ations of N'ott Engine t'o. jier D. .A. Woodhouse, (fated -Vlay '20, l'.i()7." Tiie iiiatterjuf druwing nji an ortlin- aiice ill rel:ition to l-'ite Wardens in- sjiecting liouse>. etc., as jier re.soluti'ni c-evelt Place ;ind Broadway. were .-•eivice -vVero erne Don; Adel .A. VV H.I, >- ( hu 11. E. i'-.i ius ild- ille ill- ea- I'ch E. .Id- Jiresented by E. Fra'.ei-. wa-; to counsid to be iirej aicd form and snbmit'eil at th.e ne ing. Thi' check in th.e aineunt uf to Leo Fishel, jittorney, I'.ir ci (ase of (ieorge Wallace \s De v,-a.- iiirned over to tln' Vill.-i;: urer, to be Jilace.I ii' the \ario cte.i leieireil :: Jiroper t ot the ;. et al. Treas- .- lands. to trans- the Fire ¦'f. .111 the o notifv Heart'.s-e:is Duet -Mi Lire •¦'Water-lily ame! King, the i Daisi .March Drill twi gan:e The- wiil be rendered by thr^eboir. ¦wlnr+r-i:^-4rt'«-it>,- fi'^KL-4«t?t- ^^tt ^t+'e -^•^rtiHeti-^l+ifi--|+b^yt-tbtrt- -Mit«*nlTr dnJ^^+Vtr^ fast beginni!i.g to uudersiand the ad¬ justment of getjcl eh.urcli music and simjile authem.s «.> natural f.ir the ri;rht form.-i of the Ej)iscoi>al Church from time immemorial. normal nnnd. Considerable damage was done lo the wagon, and two jiosls standing in front of Lewi.-,' store were snajijieil <ifr while one large sign Ini'if- ing on l!:e • orner was .-nnislie.! i.. sjilinlers. Wedesday there were two more rii;:- awavs on .Mai.i Street ar.d Merri< k Road. was noon, the battery for Freeport being "Pete" Sniitb, jiitcher ai-d "Bill" Sinith"'catcher. Vera Smilh, -ttrnr^-imrt Christir Dorothv Tm .SmitIf" M(^ver, Lilliar. ¦¦u:,Ku:o >u]o King, M:n'i •mrrf-rrr man. B. The funeral .services of the Rev. .1 H(~ward Tlaiul, for six years jiastor of the local M. E. Church, weve held from , The friends of .Mrs. G. (Jtto Elter- the St. Marks' .M. E. Church, Brook- ich were deeply grieved to hear of the lyn, Sunday afternoon. .Mr. Hand died death of her husliaiid, which occurred suddenly Wednesday afternoon of heart in England, by <irowning, while uut failure. He was taken ill in the otJice rowing on the Thames River, with Mrs. of the Title Cuaranty and Trust Co., MacLean. a friend d" Mr. and .Mrs. El- by whom he has been emjiloyed for lerieh. wh.o was ab:i drowrunl. .Mr. Letter tu .A. 1:. irt. liarncs V. to the anil Mrs. Elterich have made their home here for several years and were very devoted to each other. .Mr. El- teri(;h is a civil engineer and we-nt abroail last Fall as a promoter for a large business concern and was e.x¬ pected home in a fe»w weeks. During his triji abroad his wife- was staying with her jiarents ii^ Washington, D. (''. The amiaul parade and insjiection of During the Summer .Mrs. Elterich will some time, ami died on his way Long Island ('ollege Hosjiital. At various times .Mr. Hand was pas¬ tor of the churches at Southampton, Freeport. .Astoria. Riverhead, South Third Street and Lenox Road, He leaves a widow, three sons and a daughter. De.arSir: VV'e .-liouid like tu set your boys an'i girls at work on this (juestion of arithmetic and casuistry. •A farmer is fatting three hog.s in three small jiens ; they have etjual room and straw and care, and are fed in these three v.-ays: first hog, on a cer¬ tain Jirojiortion of milk and cook'jd cornmeal; second hog. on the .same, half water; third hog, <in the same, half water and sawdust. How long will it take, how much will they weigli, hew mu(?h will they cost, and what'll the Jirotit be on the three'.' .And a si.niliar ijuestion in pigmen- try. That same farmer is going to Jiaint three barns, same si/.e; and he lioard ol Trade* .'it th.e annual iiieeti:ig of tlie- i-'ree- jiorL Board of Trade, held al their i.-.oiiiS, P'raternity Hall, Railroad .-Vse- ;r.;e. Wednesday evening. .Alonzo Fos¬ ter was re-elected President of tlie Board forthe fourth ci.nseculive year. WiUii'm F'. Jones was eleeted firsl vice-jiresident; .lohn B. Cariwrighl second vice-jiresident; secretary, I]. T. Cheshire; financial secretary, .1. D. Kiefer. and treasurer A. A. Webster. Ira IL Baker, .John VV. Berthold, Charl"s W. VanBuren, .J. C, Hul. E. VV. VanBuren were elected to mem- ber.-ihiji. William P. .b^nes. for the .-ommit¬ tee on La iie.>' .\ight, v.-hich will be held at the meeting in .July, Wednes¬ day evening, .July In, rejiorted that on an excellent jimgram had been arrang¬ ed -And that a jileasant evening's enjoy¬ ment would be tendered to-.'dl who at¬ tend. He aUo announced that Charles I). Baker. Long Island Editor .if the \ iilaii« Irustccvs .A regular )ii..- linu' of tr...' il.iard e Village Trustee:- v.-as held hn-t Frida evening, ali of tne men.bers bei'fj Jiresent. Tlie following resolution, adojued b the Firt; Department, '.vas jii iuid ajijii'oved by the Board: .\ vole of thanks was extended lo the Board by th.e Fire Dejiartment fuv the liberal allowar.ce tendered lhem The treasurer wa.- fer -^^nd from the Water lo Dejiartment. Fund, ;uid .¦^lunn Water to tlie Street- Fund. The clerk -was directed' Tiionias Power--'that no more bills for the' burying uf dogs wiT? be jiassed uji¬ on bv the Board. I f .•my more are to be liurie<l till' clerk must be notified before -ame is doin- iind an order given Ihereb.re. Slrc'l Cdinmi siiiii'. r Pino w'as di¬ rected *.) f'-pair the walk al the <'orr.er of M.iunt .Street and Broadway as seen l.S,.,..sible. Th.e Street Comini^'sioner wasdiied- ed to notify—rdJ—ywwvj:v._u4^—j<r>iperty- whei^e the iK.e-- m sidewalks in fn.nt of their Jirojierty' do not comjly with vil!;.!''e ..rdiniince No. '20, io have lhem irlmrned to the necessary lieight wiih¬ iu tive days of the ,-ervice of notice. The laying of the water mains was to the Water CoMiniitU-(\ rl el( if an I'Xlen- tric light j'ollows: Isaac iiidall. liiper, .Sfpi-I; Henrv E. Randall •.; Robert A. .Miller. .-177!: Ceo for band hir inspection. E. S. Keogh jietitione light in his house corti a.>Hil.Pla.ct' and I'ark Avenue; sofjn as necessary wire' is The rejiort of the forthe annual ji.nrade and the FfHepon Fire Department will take place on Saturday evening of this week at 8 o'clock and all residents are requested to .decorate - their houses. Line of march as follows: Beginning at Church .Street and Merrick Road, | South on Church St. to Sinith, ^ast to Main, North to Broadway, Eastito Col- have with her at ht two sisters, Mrs. H. Miss Laura Certrude ington, D. C. home here her L. Eastn^n and Wall of Wash- Raynor -Burg Monroe Raynor, son of Mr. and Mk-. Joseph J. Raynor, and Miss Amelia Kmk- umbus. North to Grand, West tii Main, j Burg, were united in marriage at the South to Randall, West to JGrove, j home of the bride's father,Theodore P. South to Brookl>n, West to Ixing I Burg, Hempstead, Wednesday even- Beach. South to Merrick Road, West ing, by Rev. H. B. Munson of tht M. to Bay View, counter march Sast to E. Church of Hempstead. They haye ttaAA <^»e VAimection will Uk4 place, gone on a wetiding trip to ^aine and •nd dkiiiBid. Tbt line of nudrch is otiter placet fuod on their return tbey ahoAt 9k mliM tow. / " will reaide in HempateML lia mme VMUWction will tak4 place, gone on a wi d dki—id. Tbt line of vtuach is otiter placet out 9k miiM toof. j " will refide j .^¦. ¦-, ¦ J^..ulk-...di::. .¦ » » . .J.. . ilMf lilljli says to three j.ainters: "what'll you Brooklyn Daily Times, would be jiresent take ttl paint that barn'.'" on the Ladies' Night, when he -A-ould First, ji^nter scratches his head a few minutes and says; "I'll do il for $.')U." I Second painter: •'$7."i!" Third jiainter: ".*97.4!=:." Will they each get a barn to paint, or one get two. or one all three, or no¬ body any ; and what'll they make <in the job? That's about how jiainting goes sometimes. But there is a way to reckon; $5 a gallon. The difhculty is in knowing. tain what relief how many gallons to buy. There's a \ the matter. ¦ igl deliver an address. Owi.ig to the jiersistemy of^ realty companies in continuing to -ad¬ vertise in the eity jiajiers that they were otft-ring lots for sale in Freejiort for $-11), and there being no truth in their advertisements, .Messrs. Elvin N. F^dwards. Herbert Kellum and William T. Cornel! were ajijiointed a cimmittee to look into the matter, and to rejiort fully upon the (juestion at the next meeting so that the Board may ascer- could be secured in tuned uith jjtcAt r. j' Bids for th.e buildi," hy ; sion to tlie water ar ted ' Jilant wen . Van Ri) Ibiward Randall, .¦JBMU. ll was accordingly decided thiit the contra, t for building same be awarded Pl C. Howard Randall iii the amount of 1 t''.r electric I •'>BMn, as Jier esbu^nate -ubriiilted a'nd ¦r Porterfield' Jilans on file in the clerk's office. •'grunted a.>l The fuliowing. bill.s v.-«-n auHitv^land is installed." [ordered jiaid: L. I. R. R., freight, Hartford Steam j •S.'ia.-j.Sl; Wm. Can.t-r.iii, unloading coal, •$2'>.'JH; VVm. Cameron, work on streets, $8.2.'^; Fall Rivt r .Machinery Co,, coupling for shaft, :f><b.-2(); Horace .Secor, legal services in caseof Wallace vs. Dean, et al., .?P/0.<;s; Charles D. Pwec'se, .Jiolice badges, ^'i^.uO; .las. R. Smith, insj.e.-ling hyilranls, .'jPJ.nli; C. .A. Fulton, taking H. and L. Truck to tire on Seaman Avenue, ir'.'i.nu; H. P. Libby, ins. 0:1 Bay View ¦ Hose Hou.se, etc, .>7.1;'.; S. .S. Observer Co., po.<;Uds for E. R. Ho.-e Co.. $2.00; way out of that Buy the least-gallons paint. Devoe. No matter how much one buys; he re turns what's left; costs nothing. Yours truly, F. W. Devoe &. Co P. S .A unanimous vote of thanks was e.x- tendetl I). Wesley Pine, Street Com¬ missioner, for the excellent condition the streets and roads have been put in since he assumed his position. Following the business meeting, T)r. C. Milton Foreman sells our 1 c. M. Bakestraw entertained the mcm- J ben in a pleasant manner. Boiler Inspection and Insurance C<i. | was received, showing I oilers .Nos. 1 i aud 2 at the jiower house to be ex ter- nally in good condition, safety valves, etc.. in good order and boiler No. ;!. in I good condition internally. C. O, -Niles submitted his bond as collector of light renialls in the sum of ¦ .«.'i(.>(i, with Smith Coxanrl Robert C. .Anderson as securities; a( cejit.ed. The (Jhief re(|Uested jiermission for I the Fire Department to take their ap- [ ertain' jiaratus to the Uiurnament, which is to Smith Cox, coal for VV. A. Engine Co., he held at Lynbrook Wednesday, .Line' $:i. U»; .J.J,. Raynor, oyster shells, H). A!.«o extended an invitation to the S4b.9.'>; T.ewis Brothers. work on Board to jiarticipate in the a.nnual jia-, stree.l.s. .*:^')2. HI; Elmer Raynor. kill- rade and insjiection, whi-h •aHI be held | ing and burying dogs. .^7.00; services ne-xt Saturday evening. .June I-'i. Re-' as jiolice officer. •'? 12.'lO ; taking ('are (juesl was granted, sufficient aiij'aiatus, court rovni, $'.'A).i)0; Purnell White, to be left in the fire hou.ses for j.roK.-c- burying dogs, i\''..00; G. Howard Ran- tion in ca.se of fire; andthe invitation ' dall, supplies t(* Bay View, Vigilant was unanimously accejited. jand Excelsior H. and L. Co. houses, ¦' Re(iuests for jiermission to lay gran ^ $22.^4. itoid sidewalks in front of their i>roj>- A request was received from William erties. were made by the following: M. ; H. .losephs, as elder of the Church of A. .Hendrickson, Ocean Ave., Tii) ft.;. Jesu.s Christ or the Latter Day Saints, Wm. Higgins, Ocean Ave., o-'i ft.; j better known to the outside world as Melvin E. Barker, Kandail Ave., 56 Mormons, for jjermission to conduct ft.; Roswell Davis, Fine St., 120 ft.; out-door and open-air revival meetings F. M. Arguimbau, Rose .St., 100 ft. ; for the purpose of propounding the S. R. Smith, Grove and Rose StreeU, 1 (Jospel, and to enable the outaide world 458 ft.; Mrs. C. Ebenger, Lexington (to hear the truths expounded as they Ave., 75 feet; C. H. Piatt, Roosevelt | (Treeport notes oonttnned on pagt 8)
|Title||Nassau County Review 19070614|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19070614|
FREEPORT. N. Y.. FRIDAY. JUNE 14, 1907
ConfjraLulations te (leorj^c S. Wt ant, an e.x-printer ef the HeviuvV, the arrival ef a younj; .«on.
Thoma.s W. .Murray lia.s acrepti jjii.sition i:i Koy S. Wallace's real tate office. Railroad .A.venue.
! The .Sunday eveninpj; .-frvici.' i'i the ' -M. K. (.'hurch is now at 7:4-") iri.-'tead of I 7 •.'¦'d), a.s flurint: the winter.
Thur.sday eveinny, .June W. Koat Club will hold Firemen's Hall, iloosevelt.
, the daiic(;
.Mrs. Martin .1. .Suydam entertained the W. C. T. U. .Monday afternoon at her home on South Ocean Avenue.
Single copies Flap," the new Ketcham, are on sal office; ten cent.s each.
f ".Sunshine piece hy Kev
in the K. P. at the Kev iew
.Saturday evening of this week a htrawherry festival will he held on the porch of tht! Epi-scopal rectory by the ladies of the church.
A clas.s of seventeen are to receive the .'Vrch Masons di-.c^ree in Free[Kiit Chapter, IJ. IJ., next Tuesday i veii- injr. in Odd Fellows' Hal!.
The cantata " liearts jj;iven hy the S'aiiday Schoi Presbyterian Church .Sunday and rivoved ;i very jileasant
Williain I'lyei- of lii.'iTipstead has launched his :i I foot motor boat from the shiiiyard of Wnltt-r K. Smith. The boat is ei)uipjK;d for comfort and niakt-r a tine appearance.
.\ motor boat v:>.re ¦.'. ili lie held from W. C. Klli.son's dock. Woodck.ft, .Saturday afternoon of ne.\t week at 1^ o'clock, under rules of the .Motor I'.oat Association of .\tnerica.
!|The Reverend .John Crcniield Bac¬ chus, rector ofthe (,'burchof the Incar¬ nation, Brooklyn, will preach in the Church of the Transfiguration Sunday evening, June •2'.'i, at s o'clock.
The Kacculaiireate .Sernvni to the ^jraduaLiiit.': Class of I'reejiort Hif^h School this year '.vill be preached by Rev. F. O. CunniiiKham, pastor of the Rapt ist Church, in tbe M. K. Ciuircii Sunday eveiiinjj;, .June '2:\.
.\ Musii^al .Smoker, witb talent, was a feature of the last meetintj of Free¬ iiort Masonic .Association last Tuesday evenin.i^. Duriiij:; tbe summer months the association will meet once ;¦. month the second Tuesday.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the M. E. (.Ihurch will u,ive a supper and hand¬ kerchief swle in the lecture room of the church ne.-vt Friday. :ifternooii and eveninir. .Juiu!'J 1. S..i[)per, .'.I.'ic, serv¬ ed at tl o'c!(ic!n. l-iveryb'idy invited.
iJuriiijf the month of .June Thomas •lohnston is making; a .special price of 'in cerits for a life membership b
||.- ey, with his cornet, very acceptably assisted the organist, Mr. lieedi, v.ho ably Jireside*! at the organ at both n-.oriimg and evtLning services.' Mi-s -Annie Smitb, the'Sunday Sch|