THE XASSAU POST, FEEEPOIT, I. T.. FimAT, MAECH Sl, 1916.
Wanted, For SaleJWAMTAGH FIVE DEFEATS BAY SHORE LlYE MEWS ITEHS ABOOT SEAFORD ToLet, Board, etc.
9aea little waat •««•.'• set lhe caada «»k$le the scttlav'B ttmaO. Tel. «1.
Tsea oaaia a werd far flrat laeertlaa, ailalaiaai tea wards; aac rrai a ward tor aaaeeaalTe laaarttoaa.
WANTKI)—Girl for general downstairs
work, alet-p home nights. WaKUS., $5
per week. Call 188 South Ocean avenue.
'WANTED—To rent barns for storage ' new autos: no gasoline or oil. Ini|ulie O. Bennett Smith. :l-:il-ll
FOK SALE—1914 Ford car. Just over- hapled; also a Ford delivery car In perfect condition. Apply H. H. Ilag.-ii * Co.. Fri-ep<,rl.
WANTED—old automolitlea, any make.
any Mhape; not exce»'rtlng over $100.
II. Roseiikranx. Koai-dal.-. I.. I. Tel.
rtprfngfi.lil 1S91. 3-24-41
FOR SALK- Hous.'. 10 rooms and bath, al! impr.ivi'meiits, large barn, plot 75x 160. choic-e lo.'atioli. low price, tiTnis ,
««a«y. Apply Owner, Ammerman. 249 |/or the third (luarter were Victoria «outh Ocean ave., or local agenta. 3-i7^t Miller, Harolii Walters, Henry Herr-
llich, Edna Verne, Cecilia Meyer and
GAME EXCmHO FROM STAST-^ FINAL BCOEE 39 TO 36—OTHEE ! NEWS ITEMS.
I In the third quarterly npelling con- ' test in the Union School Orade 4 won j first place, Grade % second place.
Grade 4 third place, Orade 7 fourth [place, Orade 6 fifth place, and Orad*
n .sixth place
\t Tbe third <|tiarterly exaniination.s I were held on Wednesday and Thriis- , day of this week.
Gcorgiana .McKinley. a pupil of the [Wantagh school and who will grad- I uate in June, is going to the city l^ I live this week. I Mr. and Mrs. Philip Stossell and
family wlll move to Brooklyn this i
Pupils perfeci in spelling contest
FOIt HALE-Slngle Comb Rhode Island
Red egga for setting. $1.00 a dozen.
.1. 8. De Mott, Leonard avenu.. Phon<-
FOR SALE—22 H ajre farm in Massa¬ chusetts; healthy climate; purest
ranning water; beautiful scenery; 10-
room house, garage and stable. Price,
TO RENT—Small house al Rooaevelt, $7.00 per month. Apply at Quality
Bakery, corner Orove street and Olive
Boulevard, Freeport. i 10-22-tf
FKKKI'OKT POSI* OFFICK. Ordinary and Kratular IHalla
From 7 a. m. to 8 p. in. M. O. n. and P. S. Hank
From s a. m. to 6 p m
6.30 a. ni
8.10 a. m ', 1.40 a. in
2.50 p. ri;.
5.10 p. ni.
8.10 a. in. .2.40 p. m
4.SO p. ni.
J ¦ - , %
iMnllH Cloae HI iW «lie Weet
7.40 a. Ill 9.30 a. in. 11.50 a. m S.3fl p. nv 6-'2fl p. m 7.50 p. m
Heady for Dis. 7 45 a. III. S.30 a.m. I.OO p. m. ::.15 p. Ul. . 5 .Vl p. In. .. ,.T.O(»p„rn.r . tlie Kaat'
Pea.lv f.orDI». S,30a. m. -I.«n-,1. in. -
4.4 5 p. n 7,,VtVn- II
For Hie Kaat
7.40 a. m. 2.30 p.m.
5 40 p. ni.
f'rank Mahler ; .Next .Monday nlKlil tlic Ued 3o.\' of Kockville Centre will play the local I leam on tbe Wantagii court. , TJie local feani won by the score of :iri to'.'MJ, lasl .Monday night, in tlfe I gaiiH; of basketball between tli<- Ba> Shore and Wantagh.
The baby of .Mr. and .Mrs. Frank P. Illiaiiie lia.s been very ill wifli ptieti- iiionla. but Is now iiiiicli inipruved.
Tbe Circle of Kings' DaiigbtiM.s tnet al the home of .Mrs. Peter F. Avo- uardo on Ttiesday afternoon.
.Mrs. .lobn T. Cowles enfeitaliied tin; Ladies' Aid Soi-iely tit hier resi¬ dence on Wantagh avcntic on Wednes¬ day afternoon.
Alan Frederick.-^oii bus seemed a position at the "Clde-a-Wee' htonre.
.John H. Aniiersof letiiinpd fo bis liDine on I'ark tiveniftt^ taut. Friday af ter a visit in Cauftiilii.
Victor I and Mis« .viaitnjj
Smithville S.()tStn'were unit-fttJ-Jii mar .riftge vi|«i;SJatur. Brotherhood of tiue'.iis olid .Va-ssau Cimgt egational iiiiiii.-tci.i iield ut WoodUayeji last .vioniijy.
LOCAL PASTOE ENTEETAINS MOTHEE OVEE SUNDAY— OTHEE NEWS AND GOSSIP.
The Ladles' Guild of the St. Michael und All Angels churcb will meet al lb« home of Mrs. Louts Ketcham on Wednesday of ne.xt ween.
On Saturday night. April I, the V. M. 1. C. wlll give a beefsteak supper. 1 lie tickets for the super will be 3r> c.'i.ts. 1 he clief.s tor the evening wiil ..-¦ .Messrs Tiiiyiia.s Robert.s and Max 1- iaher.
Miss Bertlia .Miller of Brooklyn ¦spent the week end wilh .Miss Mary K. Southard.
The Ladles' Aid Sociely met al the liome of .Mr.s. Beriha \'»'alters last I nur.silay afternoon.
Mrs. .Vlaskiell of Long Island City, motlier of -Mr. W. B. .Maskiell, pastor of the Methodist churcii. spent the „ I eii end in Seaford.
.Mes.-^rs. William, Arnold and Wal-
- K!;-cMefer were the guests of .Mrs. John Hafl' over llie week end.
.Mr. William Haff lias secured a po¬ silion in Hicksville.
'I'he services in the Kpiscopal
f in Cauftdii. ¦ t
Hiifro FaRtjBiifolfl-Vir .VIerrick |- Marfhji f!!»roJjue Clukies ofl
Women's and Misses'
Fashionable Spring Apparel
Featuring the very newest style de¬ velopments at exceptionally low prices.
NEW SPEINO SUITS
< uniprlMluic Ihr newent rllecta In ve¬ lour, cheeks, tallleur serge, gaberdine and ailk combinations. Specially priced
15.00 and 18.00
AFTEENOON AND DANCE FEOCES
Nen spring voiruva In lalleta silk, crepe meteor, gron drs I.ondrrs and Rpn- ¦rrllv. In ail the colors mentlonable. In ¦tyleM of exceptional originality.
9.98 to 37.50
NEW SPEINO COATS
Kxeliinlvr models In cheeks nnd uov- rlt-y materlalii, lu all Ihe tvaatrd
5.98 to 12.50
ALTERATIONS- BY EXPERT FREE
Leon's Gown Shop
Brooklyn: 506 Falton Street.
Or»oaltc Br«okIyB Paniltare Co.
New Tork: 1404 Broadway.
Caalaa Tkratre BalMlac
church for Sunday. April 2, will be Sunday school at 10 o'clock and morn- ling service at 11 o'clock.
.Mr. Stephen Haff Is conflned to his ; home and is under the care of Dr. Luce.
I Tbe Methodist Social Society will ' meet at the home of Mr .and Mrs. An¬ sel Raynow next Friday evening-
The Sunday Scbool Board wlll hold its regular monthly meeting Sunday, April 2, immediately after the Sun¬ day school session.
.\ theatre party was enjoyed by Miss Bertha Ehlinger, Miss Mauretta Ketcham, Mr. Louis i^locK and .Mr. Edward Mills on Wedne.>day last. Af¬ ter the theatre the gay party motored home.
Siiiiday. .Vpril ::. is Missionary Day and will be observed in the .Methodist Stindaj- school. Leslie Uaynor, presi¬ uent of the .Mi.-~sioiiary Society, wili read a paper on ".Missions." The .Methodist Sunday Hchool gave $2.i to the nil.s«ioiiary cause during tbe jiast year.
On Wednesday evening last .Mi.«s Loui.se Wanser of Flallands and Mr. Harold Van .Vosirand of Seaford were united in holy matrimony at the bride's home. After fhe honeymoon they wlll return to .Seaford where lliey wlll reside with the groom's par¬ ents. .Mr. and .Mrs. Smith Van .\os- , trand.
I The ollicial board mei at the churcli last Salurday evening. j .Mr. and Mrs. Williain Roberts have I moved from tlie Colecnttage on Sea- |iiiati Neck road lo the cottage owned ; by .Mr. David Medeil, on flie same I street.
Services will be held at the Baptist churcb, Freeport. on Sunday: Bible school, at 10 o'clock: preaching, at both morning and evening services by Evangelist Brechenbrldge, and a meeting of the Men's Club at 4.15 o'clock.
Prayer meeting will be beld on Thursday at 7.30 p. m.
CANNED AND BOTTLE GOODS i BREAD CAKES CRACKERS
CIGARS TOBACCO CANDY KEROSENE OIL
122 OLIVE BOULEVARD FRBBPORT, L. L
vol m; folk K\jovi\a tiikmselv
HKI.I) 0.% .M
ONE-CENT SALE POPULAE.
Villagers and Folk of Surrounding
Communities Flock to Store.
The one-cent sale which has been held at • Abrams' pharmacy, West Merrick road, yesterday, and contin¬ ues today and tomorrow, is a record- breaker. Never before have so many bargain.s of a similar nature been taken advantage of.
The store, we are told, ha"? 'ueen crowded frotn the hour of opening on Thursday and each trolley and steam train brings folk from the surround¬ ing villages to the big sale.
Mr. Abrama, who has been In Free- port for more than a year, is partic¬ ularly pleased with the success of the flrst two days. He has expressed himself as believing that Saturday would cap the climax.
All kinds of Rexall soaps, perfumes, toilet articles, standard rubber goods, and other sundries are offered.
It is worth your time and money to visit Abrams' and buy an extra bottle for a eent.
KS .\T P.\RTV OF MISS .\l DRKY IW AM IlK II 14.
The Great Divide.
A scene of tlii'iliing intensity near¬ ly to blood curdling, is the mammotli landslide wliicii is recorded as om; of tlie features of the big Lubin five- act special feature. "The Great Di¬ vide," whicii Manager Reitmeyer of the Pla/a Theatre has booked for the attraction at his home Wedneeday next.
House Peters and Ethel Clayton arc seen in the leading roles of Steve Ghent and Rulh Jordan and in tiieir support are Warner P, Riclimoiid. Hayden S^evens^O, Mary Moore, Fred O'Beck and Ray'Chamberlain.
• . ¦ • •¦ T"!. 10-1-J Freeport '
.Viaker of AUTO TOPS SLIP COVERS
VEHICLE TRIMMIIfG EEPAIEING
Dealer in all kinds of Hoise Goods.
Trunks and Suit Cases Repaire^d
16 Brooklyn Ave.
Freeport. L. L
Spring Primary Election.
The primary of all parties for the selection of delegates to the national conventions. State committeemen and the respective county committee¬ men will be held on April 4, at the following places as recently advvr- tlsed from 3 to 9 o'clock p. m,
W. C. T. U. Meeting.
The regular meeting of the Free- port W. C. T. U. will be held Thurs¬ day, April 6, at 3 p. m., at the home of Mrs. Thomas Lucas, 102 North Grove street.
IS MY MOTTO
Pnrohaie your car where you *re sore of getting up-to-date service.
Exolnuve Agency for
Dodge Brothers Ford
A few Rebuilt Cars for sale cheap. Full line of Accessories, Tires» Storage Batteries, Painting, Vulcalilzing. Repair and Hachine Shop thoroughly up-to-date.
G. BLNNE.TT SMIIH
23 Last Merrick Road
Open All Night.
Freeport, L. I.
Telephone 418 Freeport
The Hoard of Kduciitliiii i,f l'nion Ficc Schoul OLslrict No. !i. of thi' Town of Hempstead, County of ."^fa.ssau. Ncw Vnrk. hereby kIvcs notice tbiil at the .Viinuiil School McctiiiK. to be held In the Assembly Hooni, In the School Huilding-, (Jrove and fine street.s, on TuriMln.v KvrBliiK. May 'ind. lOItt, at piKht o'clock p. m., the following propo- .sltions will be presented to the auallfled voiers of said distrliit for their action on any one or more thereof, as thoy
I tn^ty determine.
FUOPOSITION 1—RESOLVKD, that'* the Board of Kducation of Union Kree I • .School Dlatricl Nuniber .Vine of the ' Towp of Hempstead, be and hereby Is authurized and empowered to cause the , neccH.iary plans and speciflcatlonH to be
[prepared pursuant to .Section 451 of the ¦ Kducation Law fo'r replacing the beaUng plant In the scbool liOUSP, on the corner ' of Grove and Pine Streets, In said diB- I trict. with such heatlnjir plant as shall' be duly approved and conform to thc rcqulrementg of law, and to expend for the preparallon of such plans and the removal of the present heating plant and tbe Installation of a new plant, a sum not exceeding Ten Thousand Dol¬ lars ($10,000.00), which said sum shall be raised by tax upon the taxable prop¬ erty of the district and be collected in five equal annual In.itallments beginning with the year 1916. an provided by Sec¬ tion 467 of the Education Law.
PROPOSITION 2.—RK.SOLVED, that the Board of Education of Union Free bchool District Number Nine of the Town of Hemnstead, be and hereby is authorized ana emriowered to cause the necessary plans and specifications to be prepared pursuant to Section 451 of the Lflucatlon Law for replacing tbe ventil¬ ating system In tbe school house, on tho corner of Orove and Pine Streets. In said ilLiti-lct. with such ventilating system as shall be duly approved and conform to the requlremenlB of law. and to expend for thc preparallon of such plans and the removal of the present Ventilating syatem and the Installation of a new syatem, a sum not exceeding Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000.00). whicb said suni shall be raised by tax upon the taxable property of the district and be collected in five equal annual Install¬ ments beginning with the year 1916. as provided by Section 4CT of the Educa¬ tion Law.
"^^^.'JPf^JP, ^^ '^"'^ HOARD OF KDUCATION.
ROBERT E. DONAGHY, Clerk.
We learn that the residences of two of our most prominent citi¬ zens were entered by burglars a tew nights ago and valuable prop¬ erty stolen.
Why not protect yourselves with a Ijurglary policy al moderate cost?
We repre.-^ent the stronge.st surely company in the country and would be pleased to have you con-
THE ROSWELL DAVIS
FREEPORT. N. Y.
Bellmore Real Estate
Wantagh Harbor, one mile from Bellmore Depot, 8-room house, all improvements, bath, stationary tubs, sink, range, etc., on comer plot, 100x150; high ground; value $3,200; big bargain, quick sale, $2,400. Also 6-room Queen Anne cottage at Bellmore, fonr minutes from depot, comer lot, SOxiOO, near school and churches; value $3,000; big bargain on quick sale for $2,350. Easy terms. Enquire
BELLMORE, L I.
NORTH MAIN AND DEAN STREETS Telephone 474-W
GREATEST care should be exercised in the purchasing of meats. We have had a great experience in buying and cutting meat—were with one concern which o-wns and conducts several hundred retail markets for seven years and gained a greater knowledge during that time than could have otherwise been obtained in a life time.
When ordering meat at this market you can depend on prompt and courteous service, quick deliveries, honest weight, dependable goods.
Onr experience makes it easy for us to please you. Call once and 3ron will call often.
FRANK E. COBWIH, Proprietor.
Our Method of Laundering Collars
NO fRICtlON JUST PRESSURE LESS WEAR
Your collars are ^klOUL to the proper shape, leaving ample sjiacii between the inside and outside of collar to allow for the tie to< slip freely.
If you ^end youri'atindi'v- to us now,. Icll your fricnrt.-
PARK LAUNDRY CO.
119-129 PROSPECT STREET JAMAICA. NEW YORK
Flushing Rockville Centre Freeport
Garden City Hempstead
OUR AUTOS COLLECT AND DELIVER IN THE ABOVE VILLAGES
My Grocery Store
Because prices in this "ad." will convince you that this store in reality belongs to every housewife who may send their children for groceries, teas and coffees, and say, "Be sure to buy them at MY GROCERY STORE." Thrifty housekeepers are taking advantage of our low prices, high-class standard goods and good service.
DOLAN'S FAMOUS COFFEE, in lb. cans; reg., 30c; 1 week only, 25c HECKER'S FLOUR, 24ya lbs., bag 89c
Matel Brand Macaroni,
large package 7c
Matel Brand Spaghetti,
large paokage 7c
White Rose Evaporated
Applet, pkg 12c
Snider's Tomato Soap, 2 cans, 16o Angers' Macaroni, Spaghetti
or Noodles, 3 for 25o
Campbell's Soups, 3 cans. . . 25c Beady Maid Soup, a can. So White Rose Baked Beans,
3 cans 25c
White Rose. Mother's or
Quaker Oats, pgk 8c
Live Oak Buckwheat. . 15c-25c Hecker's Flapjack . . .9c-18c White Rose Pancake
Flour, pkg 10c
White Rose Buckwheat
Flour, pkg 15c
Log Cabin Syrup, pint can. .23c Log Cabin Syrup, quart can, 45c
New Orleans Molasses, gal . 60o Sardines, Domestic, a can. . . 4c Kippered Herring, a can.... 15c Beardsley Shredded Cod-
flih, pkg 9o
B. A M. Fish Flakes, a can. . lOo Normana Sardioei, 2 cans. . .25o
Pink Salmon, tall can 9o
(Norton's Hand Picked Cod-
ftfl^. pkg 10c
Waw W»w Ketchup, bottle . 8e Waw Waw Pickles, bottle.. , 9c Waw Waw Onions or Chow . -
Chow, bottle 9g
Holly Wreath Asparagus,
White Rose Asparagus, can, 22o Early June Peas, 3 cans 25c Maine Style Cora, 3 cans. , .25c
Sauerkraut, a can 8c
California Peaches, large
Warfield Jam, ajar 14o
ALL KINDS TEAS g lb., 29c
MOXLEY'S SPECIAL BUTTERINE a lb,, 23c
DON'T FAIL TO LOOK FOE THIS ADV EVERY WEEK, IT WILL PAY YOU.
J. J. DOLAN
28 WEST MERRICK BOAD