THOMPSON TYPE OF CANDIDATE
Republican Nominee For State Senator Possesses Unusual Ripeness of Thought and Expense-Has Studied Needs of Long Island For Years Well Qualified
The Republican candidate for State Senator is Hon. Ueorge L. Thompaon of Kings Park. Mr. ¦inom;;.t»n is * native Long Jslander and in. engaged in tlie general merchandise buslneBB at Kings Park. For three years he aei-ved the Second Assembly Dlstrlt^t of Suffolk County in the Austmbly and his record for independence in voting and his support of Legislation for the beneflt of the people of Long Island Is a tribute to his character and his knowledge of the needs of Long Island.
He has served upon some of the most important committees of the As- «embly and while in ofiQce was recog¬ nized as one of its most valuable mem¬ bers and was frequently consulted on matters of Important legislation af¬ fecting the State. His Republicanism is unquestioned. If elected he will bring to the Senate a ripeness of thought and experience which wUi mpan mu<'h to the voters of this coun¬ ty and to the State at large.
Mr. Thompson is a life memtwr of the Queens Borough Lodge B. P. O. Elks, a member of Alcyone Lodge No. 695, F. & A. M., a member of North- port Lodge No. 523, Independent Or- most prominent women of Baldwin, Mrs. Francis Gately is President, Mrs. .loseph Condron, vice president; and Miss MacCarren, who Is a niece of the late Patrick MacCarren, is recording .secretary and treasurer.
The other members include Mes¬ dames Conran, MacDonald, Eldon, Hurley, F^red Soutliard, Fiank Verity, Quinn, Donahue, Frank Siuith, Louis Koch, Charles McClareii, Frank Hur¬ ley, Charles Hervey, Misses Demp¬ sey, MoCarren, Koch and ot-liera.
The ladies meet on the third Tues¬ day of each month to take up busi¬ ness matters relating to the coming entertainments that will swell the Foundation Fund. Mrs. Charles Her¬ vey will entertain the organization at her home on Grand avenue in Novem¬ ber,
Freeport's Fruit, Vegetable
and Grocery House—Unexcelled
Republican State Ticket
Governor—CHARLES S, WHIT MAN, of New York,
Lieutenant Governor—EDWARD SCHOENECK, ot Onondaga,
SecreUry of State—WILLIAM D. CUNNINGHAM, of Ulster.
State Controller—EUGE N E M. TRAVIS, of Kings.
SUte Treasurer—James L, WELLS, j of Bronx? -j 1
SUte Engineer—FRANK N. WILL¬ IAMS, of Sullivan.
Frank L. Fosmire attempted to start and conduct a good little paper In Roosevell, The fleld did prove as fertile as he exjiected. And while the paper died, honor remained as the following letter to Mr. Crandall in¬ dicates. We gladly give it sjiace and '¦'.ope the former editor will flnd a field better adapted to his needs and cai>acity:
10-10-H Dear Mr. Crandall: —
I am trying to pay up some of my bad debts. Enclosed please accept stamps for 11 cents due on your sub- sciiplion. which sliould have run to Nov. 1. In time evcryl)ody will get what is due on Spectator investments which, I am glad to say, consist most¬ ly of small sums.
How is fishing? Do you .still go "down to the sea in ships" for the delicacies of the deep?
Please accept my thanks for your kind patixjnage of Si»eclator and my very best wishes.
Will you please send me enclosed postal, as 1 wish lo keep my accounts .straight?
Very truly yours, , (Signed) FOSMIRE3
ON MERRICK ROAD
Attorney General—EGB U R T WOODBURY, of Chautauqua.
Associate Judge, f'ourt of Appeals^— RMORY A. CHASE, of Greene.
United SUtes .Senator—James W. WADSWORTH, of Livingston.
At about 7 o'clock last night the automoi)ile ambulance of St. Joseph's Hospital was called to the assistance of three men who had iyeen run down while riding bicycles along the Mer¬ rick road by an automobile going west at a bigh rate of speed,
As far as can bo learned tho men were all badly cut and bruised.
J. E. Seaman lat a giocery siore at il West Merrick road. About every- )ody in Freerort knows that fact. Ihey also know ituit he keeps one of he cleanest, most up-to-date btncks nd store that c^n lc found anywhere 'jn tbe entire Island.
He began right. FundamenUl, In- .stinctive knowledge is needed lo run I business aucces.^fully. Then a man .cnows. He btgr.u bobbing behind his atlier's counttis In a, grocery store it Roosevelt quit? a number of years igo. That town was too sjaall tor in enterprising flrn:. so they removed ¦ibout eight yeaif? a^o to Fieeport. In Vpril last Mr. Seximan purchased his
lather's interest in the business, the elder man practically retiring after a long and useful business life.
The whole store Is highly sugges¬ tive of cleanliness, promptness, and clieerful service. No finer array of fruits and vegeUbles can be found, av it seems to comprise everything wish¬ ed by the epicure or house-wife. Such grapes, peara, apples, craniberries can¬ not be found in many markets of the entire country.
In a word, everything is aplc anu span at this first claas grocery, and no one can go far estray if wishing good goode if they sUy right witb Seaman.
•an here and go to tho city for the j rest of my supply," I
The shelves and goods dlj=9*ayed T«re certainly of M^h ;irdcr and held i products from every land. As we '•
umed to- ge—"Got 'to ig»t *• cenUj for butter today, boys." -
Joseph Hoffmeler, of Brooklyn ave¬ nue, and Miss C&ra Fr^nger. of Elast New York, will be married on Thanks- giving eve at tbe home of tbe bride, 131 Olen street.
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71 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
FREEPORT, L. I.