THI NAttAU POrr: KIIEKPORT, M. Y, iATURDAY, SEPT, 12, «14
High Class Shoes
MECHANICtf CLOSE THEIR
The only Modern Shoe Re¬ pairing Establishment in Town
69 Main Street Freeport, N. Y.
at Baldwin on Merrick Rd.
The Cleanest, Newest and Most Up-to-date Meat, Fruit, and Vepelable Market on Long Island.
Fresh and Fresh
Salt Meats Fruits
Popular Prices Satisfaction Guaranteed
PETER O'NEIL Prop.
General Contractor and Builder. Steel Structural Work.
All Kinds of Concrete Work Estimates Cheerfully Furnished
Tel. 52-J Wanlagh OmCE& RESIDENCE BELLMORE, LI.
will soon be here, and the the child lucky enough to be dec'ared the winner of our Dunlop Pony Conle^ will be the proud pos-^ sor of a handsome
Extra Votes arc given with numerous house¬ hold necessities, and a purchase of a few of these may furnish enough votes to bring your fav¬ orite contestant in a winner. You can also get 10,000 extra votes with a year's subscrip¬ tion to The Nassau Post at $2.50
Quality Drug Store
MAIN 8T. FREEPORT, N. <».
Telephone 567-W Freeport
Ice Cream Parlor
30 S. Qrove St.
Freeport, N. Y.
Not only serves all kinds of drinks at the fountain and cream in the parlor but caters to Churches, Families and Parties. Cream iced and deliver¬ ed anywhere in Freeport on short notice.
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volving upon every American citizen, of the need for self-control and wla- dom.
Under the direction of Mr. H. J. Raynor, eight young ladiea gang "Col¬ umbia," the audience rising to Its feet at the soul stirring music. At tbe close of the singing the delayed Jam¬ aica band filed in.
Mr. Ellison briefly outlined the im- liiediate program. He stated that all would be closely adhered to, tbat till would be kept busy, no grass would grow under the feet of the delegates, and he hoped that they woul enjoy every moment of the time and that many would return to stay with us permanently.
After another piece of music, he stated that those not belonging to the State body would kindly retire while the councUment into its delibeartions. Tbat at 12 o'clock or as soon after as i possible, all tbe delegates and guests would assemble at tbe mound near the depot for the purpose of a group picture by the Naasau Poat photo¬ grapher.
Then the band played "America," the audience rising and joining in the grand Inspiring strains. And it may be war and rumois of war yet to come, but the grand num-llke music never sounded nelier or more inspir¬ ing. It is goott to live in a grand, free country.
Later about 200 gathered for the group picture, then scattered to ob¬ tain lunch aud put in tbe "Sfternoon by taking a ilde on Prebldent Lamb's trolley cars, transferring lo his boats and getting a royal dinner and general good time at Point Lookout.
The dinner was made the opportun¬ ity for pre.sentlng State Councilor Tunlson wllh a silver service set. li waa the gift ot the councils of New Vork State. Secretary Lisle was pre¬ sented with a gold headed umbrella. All local arrangements were under the charge of the committee of ar-
II rangeraents consisting of: Chairman, J. Huyler Ellison; secretary, Howard JE. Pearsall; Stephen W. Hunt; treas- I urer, Gibson H. Raynor; James W. Cheshire and tbe officers of Freeport council. Councilor, Howard E. Pear¬ sall; vice councilor, R. L. Scudder; re¬ cording secretary, F. S. Snedeker, jr.; assistant recording secretary, William Edwards; financial secretary, J. W. Southard, jr.; treasurer, Wallace R. Post; conductor, Grover Smith; war¬ den, Peter Cokkelet; inside sentlne , Jule Raynor; outside sentinel, I. Whal oy; chaplain, Leon H. H. Rose; trus¬ tees, Oscar W. Valentine, C. Wesley Golden, Nelson H. Ashdown. Repre- 'sentatives, P. S. C, J. W. Cheshire; P. C, J. Fawcett; P. C. S., W. Hunt; P. C, C. W. Golden.
The eight young ladles who sang and assisted In the musical program were the Misses Margaret Phillips, Bessie Guest, Marguerite Livingstone, Ella Daniels, Majorle Forbes, Myrtle Glssell, Fredla Young, Helen de Cas¬ tro.
At 2 o'clock Tuesday the council met and proceeded to the election of officers for the ensuing year, the re¬ sult of which was as follows:
Councilor, Henry L. Leek, A. A. Haines, council of Amagansett.
Vice councilor, Herbert Kelder, Na- jonoch council of Naponoch.
Secretary, Charles W. Lisle, Brook¬ lyn council.
Treasurer, Frank Popp, General Wa¬ yne council of Brooklyn.
Conductor, Charles W. Lewry, Brooklyn council.
Warden, Frank A. Perry, Manllus council of Manllus.
Inside Sentinel, John Eauman, Gen. Francis Marlon council of Brooklyn.
Outside Sentinel, Stephen Farnett. Onolda Lake council of Constantla.
Chaplain, Frank B. Sterner, Rich¬ mond council of Port Richmond.
Chief Judge, State Judiciary, Edgar W. Lawrence, M. D., Excelsolr coun¬ cil of Brooklyn.
Associate Judges, Oeorge W. Marsh, Union council of Brooklyn; George W. Archer, Red, White and Blue council: of Long Island City.
Representatives to National council Joseph D. Tunlson, Franklin council | of Brooklyn; James N Walker, Comer Stone council of Brooklyn; Frank J. Kellog, Niagara council of Lockport.
Peter R. Brown and Henry G. Kleist of Broklyn were recbmmended for ap¬ pointment for Deputy National Coun- j cilor over New York State.
EllenvlUe was chosen aa the pleace for the next annual meeting, after! several ballots head been taken. "The delegates expressed themselves as well satisfled witb th<.lr reception and entertainment and put the samo Into a formal resolution.
And now that the habit is started! there are other conventions that might be held bere vith pleasure aod . I profit.
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-The officers and enlisted men of tbe oCast Ouard as a mUltary'organl-
HONORABLE LATHROP BROWN PATRON OF L. I. COAST GUARDS
latlon win become enUtled to cer tain beneflU due those occupying slral lar baaardous professions.'' The surf- men of today under tbe Coast Guard biU will be entitled to:
1. Retirement at ,64 years of age, or after 30 years of service, or for disability, on a retirement allowance of 7b per cent, of their
active duty pay.
2. Longevity pay amounting to one per monin for each three years in the service.
o. Cioinmg allowance of |45 the first year and |20 each year thereafter.
4. Free treatment in the Gov¬ ernment Hospitals.
5. Rations as at present
In concluding bis speech Congress¬ man Brown urged tbe members of the House to give full consldearUon to the urgent needs of this splendid body of men, whom be repeated again, "May w ell be called, 'Heroes of Peace.'"
An Extension Telephone In the Sick Room
brings telephone service, with all its advantages, to the room where it may be of the greatest help.
It saves tbe steps to and from the main telephone. It increases the convenience of sending and receiving messages. It adds to the telephone protection of your home.
^ An extension telephone costs
leM than two cents a day.
Why not have un Extension Telephone in yoar home?
Henry Wick Indicted by Jury Henry Wick of De oMtt avenue, Baldwin, a former offlcer of tbe Rock¬ ville Centre Police Department, was Indicted on Tuesday on three counts ; by tbe Grand Jury. They are burglary In the first degree, grand larcney in : flrst degree, and for receiving stolen ; goods. He pleaded not guitly and ' win be tried during the fall term at Mineola.
NOTARY PUBLIC WITH SCAL
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND GENERAL BROKERAGE
TELEPHONE. 7T RAILROAD AVe. TRECPORT, N. V.
ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING IN THE WAY OF FOOD FOR ANIMALS
HAROLD E. WILLIAMS
South Main Street corner OUve Boulevard FREEFORT, L. I. TeL 174
C. A. RYDER, Local Commercial Manager 26 South Grove Street
Freeport, N. Y
WHY YOU SHOULD TRADE I AT HOME
Because tbe village Is largely made by trade. What keeps the- village keeps you.
Because you want to see and compare and personally ROlect the thing you buy.
Because you live in the coninnmity. It helps suii\iort you and you should ^vish in every fair way to support ll.
Becaue the delivery, credit and other store Bervice given b.v local concerns destrves your patronage.
Because home trade Is one strand in the Mipportlng cable that joins thif. community to progress.
Becauyc you can really trade in tli.-i v1H;ili- to advanlaue. Price in tbe larger city, with higher rent;., ; .ilai >¦: and other costH, are In tbe general run, necess.nrily biglai.
Eecause you believe In tbe live and let live principle. You make your home here, some of you make your livinK here, and win do your sbare to help others make theirs.
Because you want good goods, produced and .sold under fair conditions.
Because things that you want that our local merchants do not have in rtock, will be gladly ordered especially for 'you, being secured more quickly than you could obiain tbem, and also meeting competitive prices.
Because your great opportunity lies in the growth and pros¬ perity of the community which can only come through the gen¬ eral prosperity of your neighbor citizens.
NASSAU & SUFFOLK LIGHTING CO..
George MacDonald, President.
Cellar Water Proofing
Efflciently and Satisfactorily Performed and Guaranteed Permanent and Uniform Water¬ proofing Against Heavy Water Preseure
O. W. Humphrey Construction Co. \;
258 S. Ocean Ave., Freeport, N. Y. Telepbone 229
Fruit, Vegetables Confectionery
[ Orders Promptly Delivered
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
GRAND AVE., BALDJMA
South of Trolley Track I
TELEPHONE 3725 MAIN
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Agents for Snaw, Walker's wood and steel filing cabinets and supplies. Restaurants and hotels supplied with nap¬ kins, toothpicks, paper towels and toilet paper.
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URQUHART & FOX, Inc.
H. A URQUHART, Prcs. C H. FOX, Treas.
WHOLESALE STATIONERS AND PRINTERS
Lithographers and Blank Book Manufacturers Loose Leaf Devices Office Specialties
Easthampton Rubber Bands 330 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Telephone 28 Freeport
Deep Sea Fishing: Auxiliary Boat "ELLA"
CAPTAIN J. MUTTER
Leaves Anmuller and Rothmann's Dock.
Sundays 7.30 Weekdays 8.30
Fare, including bait
Trolley Connection Long Island Rail¬ road
This Boat Can Be Chartered For For Any Week Day
For Years the GOLDFARB TAILOR¬ ING SERVICE has been pleasing those initial ladies who know and appreciate
TAILORINB THAT PLEASES
and that is because I stitch absolute satisfaction into every garment I make
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Ladies' Suits, with material, from $15.00 up; From own ma¬ terial, $8.00 up; Dresses made, $3.00 up; Skirts, $2.00 up
Cleaning - Pressing - Dyeing - Repairing
Brooklyn 'adies' Tailor and Dressmaker
36 Brooklyn Ave. Telephone. 307-J Freeport, N. Y.