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VOL. XIII FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1908 NO. 44 FREEPORT NEWS Village Trustee Chas.A. Sigmond has ^p far recovered from his automo¬ bile acccident as to be out of doors again. The Ladies' Home Journal for Sep¬ tember is out this week. Nassau Coun¬ ty Review Stationery Store, 62 S Main St., Freeport. Burns Bros' coal, by Boat, Sch-En- terprise; best and cheapest; orders re- cieved at Jenkin's grocery, Freeport, Capt. T. Smith. School opens Tuesday, September 8. ou a business Elvin N. Edwards is trip to California. Jere E. Brown an^ family are Placid Lake for three weeks. at Mr. and Mrs. Smith F. Pearsall are enjoj'iug a brief vacation at Niagara Falls. Richard M. Kolisch spent his vacation last week with his father-in-law, Morris Miller. Mattie Loiigett, a former Freeporter, is sptiiiding two weeks at the Crystal Lake House. G. A. Stone has at his tonsorial par¬ lors a young bear which his son Fred caught while on a hunting trip, after shooting its mother. Not Satisfied to be Alone" will be the Bubjeci of Harold W. Smith and Raymond J. Milhtr have returned from their vaca- .tioii in till! Adirondacks. John K. Ehlridge has purchased a The South Shore Yacht Olub will hold its oixmiug tomorrow (Saturday) after¬ noon and evening. There will be an oi)en race for motor boats, open to launcheii of all recognized clubs: also a- sxKK'ial race for sjxied boats, invitations for this race being extended to all Clubs on the Great South Bay. In addition there will Ix? .swimming races, tub races, cano(^ races, and other water sjKirts. Music Avill be furnished in the afternoon I and evening by Muller's Baud, with > dancing in the evening, and supper will hi! served to the members and their ' friends. j The Freeport authorities were out a- gain Sunday afternoon on the watch f<jr speeders, 'those arrested were Carl A. I CleiiKHits, accused of traveli>ig at the ; ra^ of twenty thret^ miles an hour. He ' pleaded giiilty and was lined $10. I William Cornelius, twenty-one miles ; fined |ilO, Charles Von Rieston, tweuty- three mih;s an hour flT); The next was Frank Smith, who iileaded guilty to j Raynor, 3b; Osterhout, 2b ;G. Levinus, jC; C. Levinus, p; Beavers, l.f; Tooker, .f.; Corby, rf. Base-Ball Rockville Centre 5 Freeport 1 Freeport met defeat at the hands of their old rivals, Rockville Centre, at, Ryerson, a Freeport man, played a the latter place on Saturday by the ^^^^ ^^^^ f^j. ^^^ Centreites'. He Freeport out- , certainly knows how to handle Longe- neckcr and coach a team at the same score of 1 to 5. While Freeport out- batted Rockville Centre, their hits did not come at the right time and went' for nothing; on tho other hand every ' time one of the Centreites reached first he would be helped around either by an error or a hit. | Rockville Centre started scoring in; the third: Edwards walked, Murray! struck out, Edwards stealing second;' Young walked, Ryerson forced Young j at second, Edwards going to third;' Ryerson stole second. Perry singled, ' scoring Edwards and Ryerson; Long-j necker knocked a line drive at Raynor, ; which the latter caught, making three | out. time. Counselor Edwin G. Wright is an enthusiastic supporter of the Rockville Centre team. He looked happy when Rockville Centre got out of a tight hole Saturday. The game did not start until four thirty on account of the rain but it was finished at ten minutes of six, which made the time, 1:20, remarkably fast for a wet diamond. WANTAGH ./¦ H. J. Young has purchased a new automobile. Scholey's Sunday Presbyterian Church theme is "I am Blind." Rpu r>«rl«« Ui.rU^ Jiandsonwi touriug car and ha»i5«6n ton*--; traveling Uetweeu twenty aud ,t\\euiy-.]- -J* thq f.Qiirt^ GenM wa« .ys; V mr.rm!^ ft thn Pir«r ^"^^^^'''"'^(^^ ^f*^^' Yorlc aud Connecticut.: due miles an hour but owing to circuin-1 error; Seaman-flieii to Bristol, lrr'''%ul "^lin .,,„ ......... :.,..::^r.....,...^ ., i '^"r^:^ ]^.:^^ •*"'>' ^'"^-^ *^ "^- ^"^^^-^^ stola second and third and SCO, The evening Johnson C. Hall of Freeport and Miss Ella C. Rich of Brooklyn were married at the Presbyterian parsonage by the pastor. Rev. Charles Herbert Scholey, Monday evening. The Review always welcomes com meiits, letters or news iti>nis from its n adeis, or any topic of general interest. Justice Swezy. .Tohn Kehoe. twenty-two miles an hour, jiaid a hue of §10; John Handley, - ; twenty-one, miles an hour, liiu'd $^; A phiasant time was spent at the Free-1 Goo. O. Miller, tw euty-oiie miles, if 10. port Olub housi^ Wednesday has been arranged for the child- Vt^''^ va<-ation with Mis Parents and friends are cordially ^^^''- ^l«""i« Miller. The Primary Department of the Presbyterian Sunday School will hold its annual picnic upon the Church grrunds rext I'uesday at 2 p. m. A pleasant time, including an automobile ide. en. . nvited to be present J An examination for the position of clerk carrier at the P^eeport Post Office will be held on Sept. 26, com¬ mencing at 9 a. m. Application blanks and all necessary infomattion can be secured from Wilfred H. Smith at the Post Office. evening; with a good entertainment and dancing. The moving picture .shows at the "AirdouK!" continue to draw crowds every night. A good show is given and changed every evening. Mrs. Regiiiit.Hahn and daughter, Bel- ' la, of Hartford, Conn., are spending Hal Ill's sister. SEAFORD Frank Smith of Maine spent Sunday at the home of Wm. Beniston. FnH'port chapter of R. A. M. will open, after its summer vacation nisxt Tu(;.sflay evening when the M. M. De¬ gree will be worked. •Mrs. Thomas Crook and family have been visiting relatives in New York City. Prof, and Mrs. >fohn Dunkin of Glenwood Landing have been spending several days recently with Mr. and Mrs. William H. Condit. Those who feel "blue", depressed, or who lack proiier energy may tind the exiilanation and a valua])le s\iggestion in Smith and Bedell's ad. The Woman's Missionary Society of the Presbyterian Church will aieet in the chapel next Wednesday, Sept. 2, at 2 :30 p.m. The subjects are "Ja¬ pan," "A Year's Work," and "A Look Forward". All ladies of the church and congregation are inv ited to attend. The L. I. R. R. e.xcnrsiou to Manhat¬ tan Beach was jxistiKmed one week to tomorrow, on account of the tlireateiiing we:itlier last Saturday. No meeting of the Vilhig<> Board The entertainment held in the Y. M. I. C. Hall Tuesday evening by the Parish Aid Society of the Episcopal Church was very successful, the Hall seldom before having held such a crowd. An excellent program was rendered, as follows : Selection, Miss Mae Covert; see-Saw, Miss Etta M. Beniston, assisted by Ethel Hasnader, Gertrude Hasnader, Myrtle Haff and Milton HafT; recitations, Arthur Col¬ lins; solos. Miss Etta Beniston; Irish held Friday evening. Trustee Elli.son comedy, J. Michenfelder; violin solo. was out of town, and Trustees Sigmond and Patterson on the sick list Baptist Church Notes, (Stanley W. Ii,.v. George Adams, Pli. D., of Bay Roberts, Minister) - Public Worship Ridge, Brooklyn, occupied the M. E. Sunday at 10:30 a. m. and 7:45 p. m morning theme, "The Fountain of Life," Evening, "Gazers," Bible School at 2:.'>0; P'riday evening at 8 o'clock, weekly prayer and conference meeting. A cordial invitation is ex¬ tended to all. Church Sunday. Dr. Richard, the past or, is spending the week at Oi'ean Grove. School opeOK Sept. 8, Tuesday. TheTleview Stationary Store, i tures. Wm. Beniston; songs, James Lauder and Miss Beniston; sketch, "When Ma Was Young," Miss Ada Conlon, Miss Nellie Post and Miss Grace Con¬ lon; solos. Miss Kimball; solo. Miss Fortesque-Cole; Dauenhauer and Laud¬ er in black-facted sketches; solo, Mrs. Aveek from I J- Michenfelder; Coontown Living Pic- 62 S. Main St., will have a full line of .school sujiplies; al.so jjost cards of Ijotk schools.—adv. A large touring car, running at a, Any youug men willing to aid a Re- high rate of speed, struck Jenkins'i publican campaign (puirtet and oliorus is grocery wagon while it was standing requested to limnT his name to W^ilfred* in front of his store Tuesday after- H. Smith, or Smith F. Pearsall, secre- noon ; the horse was thrown up on the ' *!,V'>'"*^'"'^''""'^'' District Republican sidewalk but not hurt; the wheels and After the entertainment dancing was enjoyed, with music by Schuster and the church is about $50 better ofl" financially by the affair. Club. shafts of the wagon were broken. The gentlemen (?) in the auto did not stop to ascertain what damages had been done. Be loyal to Freeport—come out and see the base-lwill game, Satui'day—you will get your moiu'v's worth t^io—P'ree- IKirt Athli^tic Park, 4 P. M. Or, for a ' I pood time, Latwr Day, come out and Cadman H. Fredericks was arrested i root for Freeport. last Friday for exceeding the speed limit in his auto, and was fined $10; naturally he now runs his machine a little slower now on our main streets. The same medicine for several other of our local motorists will cure them of their apparent recklessness. The oifioers do not vtant to show partiality to any of their own number either. The midsummer nights' entertain¬ ment for tho benefit of the Catholic building fuud, last Friday and Saturday evening was largely attended. The jwr- formance was given in an immense tent adjoining the rectorv. BELLMORE Don't forget the firemen's picnic Labor Day in Deubert's Grove. • The outing of the 2nd Dist. Repub¬ lican Club, which was to have been held at High Hill beach on Wednesday, was postponed one day, until Thurs¬ day, on account of the storm, but the affair was enjoyed none the less by the many who attended, becau.se of the I day's delay. An automobile belonging to a Mr. Schmidt of Jamaica and containing, besides the owner, Leander Brown, N. , Meyer, Harry Schmidt, James Molloy, fhe ladies of the Baptist Church will of this place and Adolph P>isch, Jr., hohl a clam chowder suppr ue.xt Thurs- j ^^ Smithville South, wa& held up for day ovemug, Sept. 3. Those who tried' j- . n *. i o j ^ .u u K - f *v. : tho chicken Wn^r Of the Bapti.stl«"res I «P«^^'"^ «^^ P'-^^^^^ Ground has been bio.ten for a three- la^t month will want to take tliis in and ! evening. They were arraigned before story hotel and office building, corner ^ those who did not before, should 'start i Police Justice Swezey, where ^ they Railroad Ave. and Church St., to be of on this one. i were fined $8, which was paid. fe on .nn Gei'hold red on wild throw by Levinus. In the sixth, Ceroid filed out. Sea¬ man singled, went to third on Connor's error and scored on a wild throw over Bristol's head by Levinus. Eighth inning, Longenecker walked, stole second ana scored on Ceroid's two-bagger. P^reeport had a chance to break up the game in the sixth when Levy singled, followed by another sinj^le of Bristol's, Raynor walked, filling the bases; G. Levinus .struck out, C. 1-evin- us forced Le\'y at the jjlate, Connor grounded to Ceroid; no runs. Levy started another rally in the eighth, Frceport's lucky inning. Levy singled, Bristol walked, but was forc¬ ed at second by Raynor; G. Levinus singled, scoring Levy, and Raynor was caught at the ulate on Betzig's poor coaching; Levinus singled, but Connor struck out, leaving C. and G. Levinus on base ; the score: Single copies of the Review for sale at 'Uobetis's, Da-Sjlvw',-^ uml Review Building, v tf BALDWIN Miss Mabel Pratt of Salem, is viisting relatives here. Mass. The Misses Southard of llillcrest are at Tilton, N. H., for two weeks. Miss Kitty Johnson is visiting Cives at Bronxwood Park, N. Y. re la- Rev. James G. Coote, a former pas¬ tor, occupied the pulpit in the M. E. Church at the Sunday evening service. At a meeting of the Baldwin P^ield Club Tuesday night Claire Byrne was elected captain of thij Basket Ball Team. Freeport Club Levy, ss. Bri.stol, lb. Raynor, ;ib. G. Levinus, c. C. Levinus, ]i. Connor, 2b. Conlogue, rf. Corby, cf. Bctzig, If. Totals - Rockville Centre Young, ss. Ryerson, c. Perry, ?,h. Longenecker, p Ceroid, lb. Seaman, rf. Abrams, cf. Edwards, If. Murray, 2b /Total Freeport — 0 0 0 R. V. C. -0 0 2 • r. 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -— 1 r. 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 r — 5 0 0 0 10 1 h. p.o. 2 1 1 6 0 ;] 1 11 I 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 — - - B 24 h. p.o. 0 0 0 9 1 0 1 0 1 15 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 — — 4 27 0 1 0 0 1 X a. 2 0 1 0 4 1 0 0 0 — 8 a. li 1 2 7 0 0 0 1 0 — 14 — 1 -0 e. 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 5 e. 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 — 2 The Ladies' Aid Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church have fully planned to give you a good time at their annual fair and supper next Thursday afternoon and evening. There will be a sale of fancy articles, home cooking and hand embroidery. P'ollow- ing are the committees in charge: P'ancy I'able - Mrs. T. Southard, Mrs. J. Carl, Miss K. Carl. Candy — Mrs. MuUiner. Lemonade—Mrs. Ke[- lum, Mrs. StaufF. Groceries Mrs. Homan, Mrs. Davison. Handkerchiefs —Miss Stoothoff, Miss L. Mott. Ice Cream, Sandwiches Mrs. Gunther. Home Cooking—Mrs. Tuckey, Mrs. Story. Supper Committee -Mrs nor, Mrs. Cook, Mrs. Jensen, Wortman. PJystery Table — Sherwood, Mhss Sherer. Ray- Mrs. Mrs. brick.and blue stone construction; cost $25,000; architect, H. L. Trubenback; owner, John W. Otten, Brooklyn. A, W Speaking of a fire last week a Smith- j While playing base-ball with the ville South item reads: "The entu-o loss Bellmore team pn Sunday last, Henry Gallienne has nlans nrenared for ™""J? ***''^°'^*'^'^00. no in.surauce, as , Brant was painfully injflred. He was live SS S^r A?^r EwS: SSe^SerS^y^'^r^S; o^w^S ^'^^ ^l ^f ^^ 1^'^ T' H I? End Aves., and Fred Bngraff of Ros- liave'been issued to-day." l*it us write ^^^.'"^ * fly ball, he slipped and! fe 1, lyn, two stores and flatb, Atlantic and ; your policy for you-we uever lot it ex-1 striking on his shoulder. He was tak- Bayview Aves. The N. Y. and N. J. Telephone Co. is busily planning for tlie installation of its "common battery system" about Sept. Ist., by which the ringing of a bellje done away witli when "Oeutnvl" ia wautetl. Thu'liftiug of the rewiver notifies the operator by means of electric plre.—German Alliance Ins. Ck)., V. G, I Walters, Agt., (i2 S. Maiu St., Freeport en to Dr. Rhame's at Wantagh and from there was taken to Dr. Fletcher , at Freeport, where it was discovered Eklucation baa \ ^^^^^ ^^e ^f ^he small bones of the shoulder had been broken. Left on bases, Freeport 9, Rockville Centre 5; two base hits, Longnecker, Ceroid; sacrifice hits, Connor; first base on errors. Freeporl 2, R. V. C. 2; stolen bases, Ryerson, Longnecker, Ceroid, Edward; double play. Levy and Raynor; bases on balls, off Levin¬ us 4, off Longnecker 2; struck out, by Levinus 7, by Longnecker 8; hit by pitcher, by Longenecker, 1; wild pitch, Levinus; hits, off Levinus 4 ; oflT Long¬ necker 6; umpires. Cook and Brown; time of game, 1 hr. 20 min.; attend¬ ance, 200. Diamond Dust Layy was there withthe hits, land¬ ing two. Ceroid played a star game for Rock¬ ville Centre, having fifteen put-outs without an error. LYNBROOK Winfield S. Box has sold his resi¬ dence to Louis Spitzer of Woodmere. Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Blake are en¬ joying a two weeks' vacation at Orange Lake, N. J. Julius Mott has lea.sed one of his cottages on the Merrick Road to Dr. Parker, formerly of New York. A new floor is being put in the pub¬ lic school by John Box. The L. I. R. R. station was again broken into Tuesday night, but not much of value taken. The Willing Workers will hold a re¬ ception next 'Tuesday evening in the Firemen's Hall. The proceeds will be for the piano fund. Rev. T. S. Braithwaite, who has been taking a few weeks' vacation, will resume his duties in the Memorial (Church on Sunday, Sept. 5. " ~, Rev. George l^'tilin^aa of RockviUe,; Centre will preach in the Memorfal' Church next Sunday morning. There will be no evening service. i HEMPSTEAD Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Rapelyea of Terrace Avenue are spending a couple of weeks at Beach Haven, N^ J. Dr. P'tancis Hamlet is enjoying hia annual vacation at Stamford, Delawai-e Co., N. Y., where he will remain until the first of September. Mrs. Sidney Dillon Ripley and daughter, v;ho have been spending the spring and summer in Europe, will re¬ turn and occujiy their residence east of this village this fall. The Phi Alpha Brotherhood of the Presbyterian (Church has arranged a series of entertainments for the fall which will be of benefit to the entire community. Rev. S. Parkes Cadman will lecture September 22; Rev. Newell Dw"ight Hillis, October IH; prize declamation contest (High School) November 24; E. S. Williamson, "Christmas Carol," December 10. VALLEY STREAM A large number attended the ninth annual outing of the Nassau Hook and Ladder Company on Wednesday. The beach party and outing of the altar boys, the choir and the high honor boys of the Sunday School of St. Mary's R. C. Church was held Wednes¬ day at Rockaway Beach. MERRICK Next Tui'.sdiiy ami Wednesday the^ annual lair and picnic of tlw tire depart¬ ment will he held. Work is being hustled along on the building that ii being erected for Isaac Jacobson, Atlantic Avenue. S. D. Thompson has the contract. The plot of land at Hempstead and Central Avenue has been sold to Wil¬ liam Kaiser of Brooklyn, who intends having a pretty cottage erected there. liKhts, whicli go out wlieu tlie receiver is ['""p":" "', , V^*^'',' ,rT **.. w" Xmt h^k nn it» ho«k Ov«r iMKi instrn-1 ^^^ Pearsall, the present collector; O. W. put baofc on its hooK. uvor wo instru- Humphrt^y/ aud Charles Ooukliu. put menta iu tho Freeport tlistrict, wluch takes iu Merrick, Bellmore, Wanta(|^h, Seaford, Smithville South aud Baldwin, are being oliaiiged fur tliis improved aerrioe.' ROOSEVELT The new cottage of Mr. and Mra. F. O. If enroe, in place of the one recent¬ ly deirfcroyed by fire, is neirly complet¬ ed. ». Tbe Aaacog Boy«' Clab w\l\ give an entartaininant in Flraman'a Half thia for tha banlAtoC The School B«ar«l of organized for the year, by re-ehH-tiug Samuel R. Smith, president; H. L. Oraiidell. Secretar)-, and Francis C. j The first Republican banner raising in Morse, Clerk. Tlie i-ollector lias not yet' Nassau Connty took plact^ at Bellmore Wn apii»nuted. There aro stweral ap- j Friday evening wliou the Second Uis- Repi " I on wliich was the names and portraits of i the standard bearers of the ReiJublicau ! party, William H. Taft aud James I Sherman. ! The banner waa unfurled amiil ap¬ plause and a display of fireworks up Betlford avenue, near the Bellmore sta¬ tion of the Long Islaud Railroad. At the ludl of the Advance Houk aud Ladder and Engine Company Johu Dt>ubert, wito is head of tlie local district for the O. O. P.,'opened the meeting by a few i4>pn)priate rwnarks, introducing Dr. Ijbt*, of Rodyn, who gave a rery inter- eemig ipeecb on polities of olden timea. Otbar apeakmo of tbe evenbig were: WilUaii^P. Jeoea, of rieeport; Cton- W. W J)oekas AaMBfalyiiiaa Ok mUer and Seperriaor OOK. I Which Do You Buy? : It costs two or three times as much to put paint ou as to buy it. A gidlon of poor paint oosta as much aa a gaUon of I Rood, for the work; and a gallon of poor ; doesn't go lialf as far. Poor paint uBta i half or a tliird or a quartef aa long as good; and protects wood and iron a half or a third or %]qnarter as well as good. Do Vou buy good paint or poor? Tou don't know any poor? Why, the market is foil of it! Weha^eaitate ohemiat's oertifloate wMob talk ^ wbak't in Deroe. Qobytheaawe-.the one Mife name: Pfwm lead and ^n n '* O. Mttott fVmiiiaa. iraimirrmiirtrxiiiiTiiTT'iiiiiMr irmirTi" fiiiiiifi'Tiir iim Everybody seemed to have an off day, even G. Levinus and Raynor, who sel¬ dom make a misplay. "Hogan" made a great throw from the field to the plate in the eighth but missed his man by about two feet. gjjJJ Tooker and Duryea did not show up on account of the rain and Osterhout was home sick, which weakened the team somewhat. A very enjoyable time was spent at the meeting of the Friday Club at the residence of Mrs. Augustus D. Kel¬ sey, Hempstead Avenue, PViday. An excellent program, which proved most interesting, was presented, following which refreshments were served. Rev. h\ M. Townley, for the past ser- en years pastor of tlu' P^iii.scoiial Church of ("he Redermer, will jircmch his fare¬ well sermon Sunday evening, liaving ai'cepte<l the call to a Unniklyn church. Merrick liook and l>a<ider Co. will at¬ tend th<! services in uniform. Fam«. "Who waa James Boawell?" aikaA'! the teacher of the claas In English ltt> emture. "He was Dr. Samuel Johnson's prcM^^ agent," answered the young man wUfcj the bad eye.—Chicago Tribune. '¦^ G. Levinus seemed to be all out of form, as RockvUe Centre stole bases on him at will and his throwing was the worst that ever happened. Betzig was away off from the game, allowing Longenedcer's single to get away from him in the grass and not stopping Raynor at third in tbe eighth. Tbis Saturday Freeport will play Hanpatead at AtUetie Park at 4 p. m. Preepott will pot ita atiomeat taaa in the flakt aadehotildbaa wt9nar;tlM HMaopwUlba: Lpvf* a.a. jlBrislQlt lb; Owing to the stormy weather, the Lynbrook team did not play Saturday afternoon. Next Saturday the teams will cross bats with the Rockville Cen¬ tre team at Association Park. This promises to prove an interesting game, and will undoubtedly be largely attend¬ ed. Mrs. May A. Van Dergaw, widow of David Van Dergaw, a well known Long Islander and a former resident of Queens, has purchased the Jeremiah Soper house on Marion Street, near Union Avenue, and has had the proper¬ ty remodelled and decorated, intending to make it her permanent residence. At the examination held before Jus¬ tice Neu on Tuesday last, Clarence E. Loper, wbo bad been arrested on a cbarge of grand larceny preferred by Loaia Kabnweiler of New York, was diaduufcad by tbe joatioa, wbo found ttat ttaata waa no grounda for Leper's amat. Th^l that iim^ Merely a Question of Spelling. lie was the engineer of an ocean liner and prided himself on hia knowledge of electricity. On ona^ of his brief stays at home he aCr corapanied his wife to a party. subject of electricity coming up,_ indignantly combated the idea it was possible for two people produee an electrical current tlirough the body of a third by pic physical contact. Ilia wife a friend said they would prora and, leading him to a window, him to pull up his sleeves and both hands flat on*the glam. then, on the other side, took a grip on hia wrists. At the end few momenta his wife said: "Don't you feel a pain, Willy ?*-^ '.'No," he replied, and retnniady like negative to a second and. third inquinr* At hit third response most of i company began to lan^. and it ¦ danfy JBashed into hia mind thftl < nindation of pain add paati lamt.—K«ir York TriMBtiT "'^¦»"""'-|'*«M- -Tt-irrrniaiwr- ,.i'it»-.r VItiir*tttl«*rj!«K.;3MtA«ltJIS«(!i!lfi' -l^iil^.N ;jL.Jfc
|Title||Nassau County Review 19080828|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19080828|
FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1908
Village Trustee Chas.A. Sigmond has ^p far recovered from his automo¬ bile acccident as to be out of doors again.
The Ladies' Home Journal for Sep¬ tember is out this week. Nassau Coun¬ ty Review Stationery Store, 62 S Main St., Freeport.
Burns Bros' coal, by Boat, Sch-En- terprise; best and cheapest; orders re- cieved at Jenkin's grocery, Freeport, Capt. T. Smith.
School opens Tuesday, September 8.
ou a business
Elvin N. Edwards is trip to California.
Jere E. Brown an^ family are Placid Lake for three weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith F. Pearsall are enjoj'iug a brief vacation at Niagara Falls.
Richard M. Kolisch spent his vacation last week with his father-in-law, Morris Miller.
Mattie Loiigett, a former Freeporter, is sptiiiding two weeks at the Crystal Lake House.
G. A. Stone has at his tonsorial par¬ lors a young bear which his son Fred caught while on a hunting trip, after shooting its mother.
Not Satisfied to be Alone" will be the Bubjeci of
Harold W. Smith and Raymond J. Milhtr have returned from their vaca- .tioii in till! Adirondacks.
John K. Ehlridge has purchased a
The South Shore Yacht Olub will hold its oixmiug tomorrow (Saturday) after¬ noon and evening. There will be an oi)en race for motor boats, open to launcheii of all recognized clubs: also a- sxKK'ial race for sjxied boats, invitations for this race being extended to all Clubs on the Great South Bay. In addition there will Ix? .swimming races, tub races, cano(^ races, and other water sjKirts. Music Avill be furnished in the afternoon I and evening by Muller's Baud, with > dancing in the evening, and supper will hi! served to the members and their ' friends.
j The Freeport authorities were out a-
gain Sunday afternoon on the watch f