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Daily Review Classified Ads
MINIMUM 50 CENTS OtiE lNSERTI(»f; 3 TIMES |1.N
Himi Pw Stk
HOIIflK FOR SAI.B~Pr*'#>port bsrsaln, trtx rooms and bath; flU lmprov«>- OMots; n«ar trolley station and srhool. Plor further particulars ln<|uir. I.
SWft'BALR—<;bv*rt strfiet, Hsfnpstmd, n*w housA, six rooms and liath, pol¬ ished floors, all Improvements, ,>«>wer connections, flre place, book cases, eU-.; Itair blocit to trolley, near station and bustnesfl section. Rasy terms. For price anil; Inspection apply Carl Merchel, owner, P. O. Box 92, Hempstead. 98-8
HKl.P WANTED—.Male and female. Make l.i.00 weekly, evenlnf(» at home. AbnOlutely ho fake. IHroe brings offer. Thompson, Hardenhro^k Ave., Jamaica, K. 1. 101-S
I FOR BAI.F—Turrantli for sale. 215 (irand Ave., Baldwin, I.. I. 'Phortc 1286 Freeport.
KOR HA I.f:—Merrick, 4-nK)m bunfra-
low tor sale, full price f!,2Wl; » lots.
'Phone I8f9-W, Freeport. 101 X
FOR SALE—Houses and hunRalows,
Oeorge H. DeMott A Bon, f'ontractors
anid Builders, 438 Hempstead avenue,
Rockville Centre, 1., I. Tel. 1S73-M.
HEM" WANTED .MALE—Man who Is not afraid of work to take steady (lOHttion In charije of house ami Krnimds; board, room and |^xcellent salary; liest of references abxolutely essential. Ap¬ ply Mark Aron, 182 Ray 8t.. Freeport, b. I. ,_, 100-8
FOR RALE — Hlgh-clMlr. cheap; goad
condition. 12 Mllbiim Ave., Baldwin.
L. I. Phone Freeport 14fi8M. 1-101
WANTED—.Man handy at plumbinfr
and sh«!t metal work. Resnick, 14
Oreenwlch street, Hempntead. 98-8
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For Rmt—Furnuhed Rooms
TO RENT--FurniKhed son Ht., HempHtead.
.m. 144 .lack
TO RKNT—Ikjuble parlor furnlwheil for light housekeeping: jirlvate fronl and hack door; cheap. Apply O. W. Hults, near trolley stop B.l, WonR Beach Ave., Freeport.
FOR BALE—White pony, cart, two
saddles and new harness; price $76.
A. Blaile. Telephone 761. Bouth Side
and I..o<'ust Ave., Freeport. 3-00
WANTED—fllrl from 22 to 30 years of age, havinK had experience as an In¬ voice and cost <'lerk: only those having had actual experience will be considered. Reply, giving details of your experience and salar.v wanted. Box C-324 Inquirer Office, Hempstead. 99-3
FOR HALE>-Full line of slightly used and second-hand sewing machines of all makes, ni^cut prices and giiaran- teea.sHen(jer touring cars; recondi¬ tioned; overhauled and repainted. These cms are equipped with e.vtras and will give Hne service. Call or write 14fi5 Bedford .\ve., Brooklyn, N. Y. 'Phone Pro.spect .".1»». 101-6
TO RENT—Three nice rooms with im¬ provements in Roosevelt. 'Phone Freeport 560-W. 101-3
ROOM I'X)R RENT—Furnished room homelike comforts, breal^ast served If desired; private family. Address A, care of Daily Review, Rockville Centre, L. I. 100*
TO LET—lArge furnished front room; u«}o of bath, and breakfast, if de¬ sired. Tel. Ifi32-W, Hempste.id. 100-3
FOR RENT—House five rooms with
running water; $30 per month. 11
Franklin St., Hemp.stead. Tel. 27,-
•rp RENT—apartment, three rooms .„nnd bath; all Improvements; near sta¬ tion, 28 Church St., Freeport, N. Y. Tel. Preeport 77-J. 97-tf
FOR HALE—Overland -4; model 1920;
good as new; would exchange for real
estate. B. Allen, Merrick, L. 1. 3-101
1X)ST—Boston bull, female; dark seal,
white markings; two bad eyes; cut
on head, stitches .still In. Hew.ird, re¬
turn to Mrs. Oeo. let Ave., Flor.-xl
B. Remsen, 104 Vio-
Park. 'Phone 347.J.
LOST—Friday night, Juno 17, fresh
water pearl necklace. Liberal reward.
Return to Ooodrich, Linden and Jeru.sa-
lem Aves.. Hempsteiid. 101-3
FOR SALK — Overland Sport model,
191!); four hundred dollars ($400). 83
Elliott Place, Kreeiiort, L. 1. 101-3
FOR HALE—E.ssex 1920 roadster, per¬ fect condition; newly iiainted; Plow¬ man, 'phone Fpt. Iiri6-W.; P. O. box 90, Freeport. 100-6
FOR SALE, IH-ton Fulton truck; per¬ fect running order; enclosed'Mellvery body; pnuematic tires. Apply V. P. Cornell, 88 Cruikshank Ave., Hempstead.
IN Freeport, house, 6 rooms and bath, all Improvements, garage, screens, etc., for summer months of July, Aug- ustand September. $750. F.S., Dally Review. Rookville Centre. tf:86
1920 model K-15. Buick touring car with two tops, (Rex closed and regu¬ lar touring), price $1,150; 1920 model K-H roadster with two tops, (Rex closetl and regular top), price $1,150; 1919 model H-44 road.ster with two tops, (Rex closed nnd regular top), price $1,0.''.0| 1020 Old.smK>bile coupe, price $1,200; 1920 Nash coupe, price $1,000. C>. B. Oarage, H. L. Baukney, I). A. Eldredge, Hempstead. 97-12
LO.ST—I.«ivallere, on June 16th, some¬ where hetween. North Main St. and South Ix>ng Beaoh Ave. Reward $15. Finder return to 204 Pine St., Freeport.
WANTED TO BUY small house with good space of ground; not over $3,500; Hempstead, Roosevelt or Freeport. Full particulars In flrst letter; no agents. Address A. F., Inaulrer Offlce. 6-96
Sl.OOO or $S.0M then. I^ter they paid back ISOO to Harw«?y, swore O'Neil, be¬ cause deteau and John Jones •Tire called to substantiate the stories of O'Neil and Hoffman as to tbe times and places they met formet Sheriff Harvey.
The following are the jurors hearln* In the rase: Charles P. Cook, Baldwin; Hylvanus B. Smith, Mineola; Albert Budid. Syosset; Frederick P. Bazin, Cedarhurst; Clinton F. Donald.son, Freeport; Oeorge Schlel.scher, Olen Cove; WiUard C. Hanford. Hempstead; John J. AVhlte. Westbury; ayde B. Marshall. Roslyn Heights; Harry J. Pohlman, Great Neck; John E. Atler, Bellmore and Walter Hurley, Freeport.
Captain Reek Amwvni Monitor
Editor of the Dally P.svlew.
SIR:—Permit me to answer yester¬ day's "anonymous" article regarding the Monitor gamea.
Roosevelt led off With Bve runs In the flrst Inning, then lotit the lead, flnally tying the score. This was too miicii for the fast slipping Monitors, "the wound¬ ed bird be?an to flutter." and anxious for an exeus.* to quit, took exception to the umpire's ruling. The other state ments In yesterday's article are abso¬ lutely untrue.
To the fans who were present I want to say th.Tf the management regrets the occurrence, whiih can only be attribu¬ ted to the unsportsmanlike conduct cf the opposing team. It yvna a gross breach of ha.seball etlquettle and will be reported to tho proper baseb.all nu \ thorltles. This is not the flrst lime the Miftiltors have quit the game.
il trust you will publish this in fair ness to the R.iosevelt Bv''l»all Plub. Yours very truly. PETER STEPHEN BEfK.
Ta^e fhe Vacafion you 've wanfed fo fake
The trip you would have liked to take this summer, or the trip you would have liked to take last fall—those pleasures would most certainly have been yours if you had
Saved the Money for Them
And just because saving money systematically is a rather irksome task for many people, when it rests entirely with themselves, we've started a Vacation Thrift Club at this Bank.
So that you may save up little by little—yet at the end of fifty weeks when the fund accu¬ mulates, have sufficient money for you to
Take the Vacation you've wanted to take—the one you've always wished, hoped, and planned for.
And next summer will find you prepared.
AmtotuttxAt ^ Opeactf of liikiy'9 Skg^
Women of FrMport and vicinity will be glad to learn- of the op*nlng of an exelusiv* Btore for women, under, tbe name of "Milady's Shoppa." Novelty Sport Wear. Silk Sweaters will be featured, along with a high grade stock of ex¬ clusive designs in ladles' wear also.
EXCLUSIVE AOEKCT FOR EASTERN DISTRICT BTEINQ AKD CLEAinHQ COMPAJTY
This department, under direct supervision of an expert, will guarantee the best dyeing and cleaning service for women on Long Island. Milady's Shoppe wll! be managed hy Mrs. M. Skinner, and she will be glad to serve you with an assortment of ladles' wear not to be found elsewhere.
MERRICK ROAD Preeport, N. Y. Tel. Freeport 50
DR. LEON AXEI.ROD
DENTIST Phone 321-W Main and Front Sts., Ilempstead
Trolley Junction Formerly Offlce of Dr. Ray McComha
Plione Freeport 64-R
DR. 11. VV. REID Dentist 35 South Ocean Ave., Freeport, N, Y. Offlce Hours: Evenings 6-9 or by ap¬ pointment.
Brooklyn Offlce: Myrtle and Cypren Aves., Ridgewood National Bank Building.
Citizen's National Bank
FREEPORT N. Y.
Announciog A New Contract¬ ing Painters and Dec¬ orators Service
The undersigned have ju.st opened a (irsi-class service in rendering Interior decorating, and also all kinds of painting service. If in need of high- grade workmen, telephone 1472 Kockville Centre.
SIMS & TAYLOR
Painters and Decorators 163 Obsemr St. Rockville Ceitre
FOR SALE, FURNITURE—Bedroom furniture; complete beds, dressers, chiffoniers, etc. South Shore Hotel, Rose St. and Long Beach Ave., Free- port. 6-99
Hotorqrdes For Sale
FOR SALE—Excelsior twin motorcy
cle, two speed, 1915 model. 'Will .sac
rlllce for $90. Tel. 894-J, Freeport. 101-3
FOR SALE—Twin cylinder Excelsior motorcycle, two speed Bosch mag¬ neto, equipped A-1; guaranteed. Rea¬ sonable to quick buyer. 'Phone Chas. Carroll, Freeport, 494 or 1085 M. 99-3
All Metal 'Weather Strips
Custom Made Insect screens.
500 Fifth Ave.. N. Y. C.
'Phone Vanderbilt 1288.
WAl)rJ"ED—Lawns to care for during summer. Call 109-J, Freeport, I.i. 1.
PERSONAL — Oeneral trucking; any
ftWlfa at any time. R. M. Travis, 36
North Ocean Ave., Freeport. Phone
PIANOS tuned and repaired, all work
guaranteed. Lynbrook Piano Sales-
roonu, 4 Trolley St., Lynbrook. 98-3
PfifetoNAL—Harper method of sham-
pooing, scalp treatment and manlcur-
ill^, done at your residence; for full
particulars call 486-W Rockville Centre.
MAKDOUN.' tenor banjo and guitar taught: ragtime. Beginners play tunea. PERFECT FIRSTS in 6 les- •ona or MONET BACK. Famous Olb- •on tnstrumenta loaned free. Hart nett ayatem used. H. H. Pickering, S6 Noirili Bergen Plaoe, Freeport. Phona SitM. tf.-70
CS88POOL BUTLDINO and eament work, eallar bottoma, garage bot- tonig. I work on all terma at raason- ablo pri«M and try tb gXra utlatae- tlvOf, Wall paper cleaning. I wUI make your oM r*P«r Ilka new. B. t,. Brown, n Waahlngton St., ItookvUl* Cratra.
fJKOALOW or small house In or near jftacskvllle Centre wanted on lease by oottple. Must bav86, Roosevelt, L. I.
Lot For Sale, corner Water and JMi,
ferson Sts., Rockville Centre. 'Tel.
WATER-front tots, wltto bathing beach oa Baldwin Bay. near olub house; aome reetrlcted, others without r«8trlo- tlona; prioe. |300 up; aggy tarms; ideal section; houaea for sale. P.O. box Sfi Baldwin. 10:74
I/yrs FOR BALK—ChMtar Park, BUM-
bath Park, Ingraham Batataa. T. H.
Oanob. 114 Jacksoa St., Banpotaad:
t«)a»hoa« tt ^mratMid. SS-tf
FOR SALE— Pathe victrola; cabinet
style; practically new. Call B02-R, or
188 Maple Ave., RockviUe Cenire. 95-6
HARVEY TRIAL ENDS. CASE GO^ TO JURY
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Iff Harvey at the Belmont track In September, 1919, and told him that he wanted to escape the charge because he wanted to avoid Indictment as a second offender. Later he saw Har¬ vey talk to Pettit and then to Plant in the paddock at the race track. After that he met Harvey in Tangeman'a Hotel In Flushing and there Harvey told him It would cost $200 to get out of the Freeport charge. O'Neil swore he wanted to pay the money at onoe, but Harvey refused to take the sum until after O'Neil had been dismissed from court.
O'Neil al.so swore that Plant did get him out of the Freeport trouble by telling Judge Flint that he could l>e useful In getting ,the real criminal. Following that O'Neil swore he went to Flushing, sought out Harvey and paid him the $200 as agreed. He was accompanied by his "pal," Hoffman.
Then the witness swore that Har¬ vey said he would like to have a Hud¬ son car, that they got one, told Har¬ vey it was a stolen car and sold it to him for $600, although it was worth
At Freeport Auditorium I
HOTICE OF COKFLETIOV OF ASSESSMENT ROLL
TAkB NOTICE: The aaseasment roll for the village of Preeport, N. Y., for the year 1S21. baa been flnally completed, and waa flled In the of¬ flce of the village elerk on tbe 14th day of Jun4, It21. where the aame will remain open to public laapeetlon for fifteen dayi after the date ot tbia notice.
Iteted. June 14, 1121. >
ROBBRT L. CHRI8TIK, RATMOND J. MILLER HOWARD B. PBARSALL BILBBRT R. JOHNSON HXNRY L. MAXSON. /yaBaagoni of tha Villaf* of FVea- pert, N. T.
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Thursday, June 23
Every Night Except Monday
Change of Play Every Other Evening
"FAIR AND WARMER"
Special Scenic and Electrical Effects. Beautiful Costuming A REAL $2ISH0W EVERY NIGHT WITH FULL ORCHESTRA
At Prices of 35c. and SOc. Children, 2Sc
Special Cooling Devices Will be Installed for the Opening Performance Making The Anditorivm the Coolest Spot on the Island