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The daily review. (Freeport, N.Y.) 1921-1926, June 24, 1921, Image 7

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I Houses For Sale FOR m $2,600, §-rgom house on plot 765x100, with gmrage; will take $500 cash. Rappold, Eagle near Hempstead Ave, W. Ramp-”1d\ BEAUTIFUL CORNER, 764300, 10-room house, two car garage, chicken houses, shrubs, shade trees, heat, electric, gas, \in all ; ome bl from $13, ._ 387 y Ave., Oc-n 107-4 FOR SALA-New bungalow, 4 rooms and bath, electric lights, running wa- ter, . ramge, . washtubs, etc., - $8,650. $1,000 - cash. . Write owner, Box 158, Freeport, N. Y. 102-6 FOR SALE-Houses and | bungalows, George 8. DeMott & Son, Contractors! and Builders, 436 Hempstead avenue, Rockville Centre, L. I. Tel. 97-30 For Rent-Furnished Rooms _____________ TO RENT-Rurnished, . single room with board; three minutes walk to depot. 15 Madison Ave., Rockville Cen- tre. 1013 room; private 218. Crows 2-104 TO RENT, furnished fun-Hy; all improvements. Hempstead. H , TO | RENT-Nicely . furnished. . rooms, suitable for couple; one or two gentle: men; reasonable; half block from station. Danheiser, 36 North Main St., Long Island. * 3-103 TO LET-Furnished room with a pri- vate family; no other roomers; all im- provements; five minutes walk from the station. - Inquire 44 Randall Ave., Rock: ville Centre. 108-8 Freeport, | hm mmm FORD for male. New oak pagel body, great baiguin; askiig $350.00, Going out of business, have no use for same. mith, 188 Park Ave., Baldwin. 101-3 FOR SALE-Bacrifice, Ford touring ear, mewly painted; A1 condition. 49 High St., Hempstead. FOR SALE~-Chevrolet 490 model car for sale, $325.00, Apply to E. Raichle, Morton Ave., Valley Stream; trolley stop 146; after 5 p. im. 104-6 AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE - Dodge sedan, perfect rimning condition, newly painted: five new cord tires, rea- wonable. Rogers, 120 Grand Ave., Bald: win. 104-3 FOR SALE-Overiand sport model 1919; electric lights, self-starter; excellent order. 83 Eilicott Place, Freeport, or 341 FORD 1917 touring car; good condition and . good . running . ord chem. Agnew, Uniondale Ave., between Pront and Fulton street, Hempstead. FOI SALE-Threo 30 inner tubes; price $2 to shoes with wood as new. Apply 149 North Franklin St., Hemp stead. 3104 FOR SALE-Dodge: touring: car, with four | new.. shoes; N. Shenkin, 157 Phone 52%-R. winter sedan . top:; good running: order. Harris Ave., Eyeeport. STENOGRAPHY & TYPEWRITING- Expert teacher formerly connected with well-known business school . has opening for a few more pupils. Pri. vate individual instruction - given . in wtenography, typewriting. and | general office practice. . Mornings, afternoons and evenings. Estelle deBeauchamp, 89 Pearsall Ave., 1067-M, Freeport, 103-3 o mmm n Boats For Hire FOR - HIRE-Motor | boat | Maggie | is ready for hire; fishing and pleasure parties. - Captain Adam Emaigh, Bell- WANTED-To rent. Five or six-room house, must be reasonable. Address P. O. Box 47, Freeport. 102-6 SEVEN (7) room house in Rockville Centre near station; not over $5,500. Box H. H., care Daily RéVew, Rock- ville Centre. WANTED TO RENT - Unfurnished dwelling with 3 or 4 bedrooms; in or near Rockville Centre. Must have im- provements. Rental not to exceed $50. Address B, Box 33, Observer, Rockville Centre, 102-7 PEREONAL-Good money and a steady job | introducing | a - new . household necessity; anyone with energy and am- bition who can talk common sense English, can sell this. Experience not necessary; give references. Box F care Review. 103-3 GENERAL TRUCKING-Also all kinds of odd jobs in carpenter work and painting; no Job too small; prices reason- uble. R. W. Hughes, 256 Front St. Tel. 1773-J Hempstead. 102-3 All Metal Weather Strips Porches enclosed 'Custom Made Insect screens. RoeNichols Co., 500 Fifth Ave, N. Y. C. 'Phone Vanderbilt 1238. PERSONAL - General trucking: any place at any time,. R. M. Travia-36 North Ocean Ave., Freeport, Phone 1904. 6.99 PERSONAL-Harper method of sham- pooing, scalp treatment and manicur« ing, done @t your residence; for ful} punk-Inn call 486-W Rockville Centre. 1024 Imus tenor banjo and tugs t 0. mers tunes, {ma-\3: in 6 wons MONEY BACK. 0b mon free. Hart dishes and small mafe. Tol. 28, Rock ville: Contre. 4 commence woR mun-m- chiffontert 103-8 ? #ALB, 7\me \Shore: Howd, OVERLAND : Sport: ro: FOR SALE AUTO FOR SALE-Nash, 1918 sedan. good rubber. This car can be bought reasonably, Call 1496..Bedford. Ave. Brooklyn, N. Y. *Phone Prospect 5181 101-6 AUTO FOR SALE-Nash, 1 , 5 and oe recondi- tioned; overhauled and repminted. These cars are equipped with extras and will give fine service. Call or write 1495 a. 108 __________ | FOR SALE, FORDE-Two 1920 sedans; one 1920. touring; one 1818 touring | | with winter top; one 1918 n. Frank- lin Garage, . Telephone 1836-W Hemp: stead. 2103 noen. mnie eso zzzw FOR SALE-PFord 1919 touring; good tires, | fast motor; $275.00. So. Grove St., Freeport, L. 1. 108-4 ster; tarter, electric lights, newly painted; perfect order; must sell; cheap 166 - North | Franklin St., | Hempstead Phone 1852 4 340 DODGE touring, original | paint, good condition; with magneto; any . dem onstration, evenings 'after 7. o'clock. Saturday afternoon, Sunday; Richards, | 17. Broadw Rockville Centre; ' r. v. C. 624, rebuilt and repainted; slip covers and | hm nlm FOR SALE-Boy's bicycle, good condi- ton; price $15. Call T6G Forest Ave.! 'phone 667-M, Rockville Centre. ©1043 FOR SALE-Man's, lady's and small boy's bicycle, wiso Upright plano. 26 Russell place, Freeport. 104-8 FOR SALE-Thatcher coal range; good condition; cheap. 243. Miller Ave,, Freeport. 3-104 FOR SALE CHEAP-Doors for garage or biigalow, front. Inquire 8. Kermode, St., Brooklyn, N. Y. suitable sides and 236 Court 102.3 FOR SALE-Counter and two glass show cases. South Shore Hotel, Rose St. and Long Beach Ave., Freeport. 6-09 FOR SALE-Full line of slightly used and second-hand sewing machines of all makes, at cut prices and guaran- teed. Singer Shop, 5 So. Main St., Freeport. 99-10 FOR SALE-Two fresh cows. Apply J. Fred Seimke, Uniondale Ave., last. Hempstead 2108 | BOOKS for sale, ; set of Dr. foot Eliot's, 5 elf of Harvard clas- wiew; new; addr Daily Review, Rockville Contre wor BUILDING MATERIAL Part of Mitchel Field Camp being dis- mantled, Lumber of all kinds-2x4, 2x6, 2x8, sheeting, flooring, novelty siding, practically, brand new. Windows, rch - sash, door, . window. and ns; bath tubs, basins, sinks, low down tanks and toilets, wash tubs, porcelain, Beaver and. plaster boards;| j Arco | Iden! . boil hot air. furnaces, pipes,. radiator Ives and complet buildings. Exceptional wains. Ap | ply: Contractor on Job, Mitchel W | doors, 1 porch s 14 ton Fulton truck; cunning ouder, t tires 88. Cruikshank per enclosed. delivery | Apply V. P Avo, Hemp 103-A fect | body; Cornwell, stead 1 cow with 19% Geor FOR SALE quarts of milk ski, Dartmouth St Hempstead \ Zimin Hempstead Heights, 103-2 fille horse, 39 No nt 108-8 Lost LOST - From | wagon, between and Freeport.. a small pocket contained bill of sale for wuto. | mobile; two bink books, on First Na tional Bank and Bank of It. V. C., checks and two auto /owners' Bellmore cont; inside price $1,050; 1020 Oldsmobile: coups, price $1,200; 1920 Nash .coupe, price $1,000. G. B. Garage, H. L. Baukney, D. A. Eldredge, Hempstead. 9742 For Rent-Houses FOR RENT-New T-room house at Freeport, L. L.. Every improvement and convenience, $75 per month. Ad- dress J. C. B., Daily Review, Hempstead. 103-6 TO RENT-apartment, three rooms and bath; all improvements; near sta- tion. 28 Church St., Freeport, N. Y. Tel. Freeport 77-J. 97-7 IN Freeport, house, 6 rooms and beth, »all improvements, garage, etc., for sunimer months of July, Aus- ust and September, $750. F.8., Dw Review, Rockville Centre. B6 Wanted Help WANTED, MALE HELP-Plumber and helper. Paul Freytag, 134 Woods Ave., Rockville Centre. 103-8 EXTRA SHOE SALESMAN wanted Saturday afternoons and evenings; good salary, A. L. Frank's Department Store, Hempstead. 1033 HELP WANTED-PIimber wanted. Otto Bartel, ford, 1. 1, (P. B. 41), Tel. Wantagh 150.J. 108-8 Wanted-Female Help SALEBLADY WANTED afternoons and | Pm WANTED-Woman to help withCen- clean- ing one daya week. Bonch, 141 102-4] wishes a gthlon‘n general house worker or Inundress, by kor (white)) month. Address. Box °C-324 Iognirer heatley. apacrt> 107-6 1 up wleep : out. #104 Comfortable, up-to-date \cabin power 4 ences; select - Anhing imited to 8. H. W. 7 1‘in pl4 [I‘ll-m; tort, all or whiling pai Tding alo ghraie. 38+ Grand Ave. 3-10 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn, N. ¥. 'Phone? cards. Reward if returned to 11 Wash Prospect $134. 101-8) ington St., Rockville Centre. F@R SALE-Essex 1920 roadster, per- LOST-Airedale dog, reward if returned | fect condition; newly painted; Plow-| to Mrs. A. E. Healy, Belmont Park man, 'phone Ppt. 1156-W.; D. O. box! way, Hempstead Manor, Hempstead. 90, Freeport. 100-6 | N. v. roma | 1920 model KA5, Buick touring car} LOST Small package containing pale! |_ with two tops, (Rex closed and reu-| blue chiffon veil and yellow silk van lar. touring), price $1,150; 9920 model ity bag. Jube 21st, between So. Ocein| K4 roadster with two. tops, (Rex | . id depot or: Merrick: Rd. Jen closed and regular top), price $1,150; . 7 Ho. Grove SL, Freeport. 101-4 1919 model H-44 roadster with, two | tops, (Rex closed. and regular top) LOST-Brown. suitease containiit: con- tumes, at Freeport Auditorium, or on Merrick Road between Freeport and Rockville Centre. Reward, R. B.| Ostrander, 243 Lakuuw Ave., Rockville | Centre 3104 LO8T--Male Beagle hound, black, tan and white; name Rex; 16-inches high; $5 reward for information leading to his recovery. James Smith, Merrick. 108-4 LOST-Boy's suit coat, dark green check, between St. Mark's Ave. and Forrest Ave. or on Observer and Park. Reward, finder return 25° St. Mark's Ave., Rockville Centre. 102-8 LOST-On Saturday between 5 and 11 p. m., an oval shaped diamond brooch; finder will receive liberal re- ward. Adolph Levy & Son, So. Main St., Freeport. 102-6 nmn Positions Wanted POSITION WANTED-Experienced girl wishes position in office; knowledge of and bookkeeping. Ad- dress F. F., care Review, Freeport. WANTED, housework in small family in Freeport or Hempstead. 42 Colum- bus Ave., Freeport, L. I. 2-104 WORK 'WANTED-First class. paint Ing, paperhanging and kalsomining, Glazing. done. Small jobs promptly at- tended to. All kinds of floors refin- ished. N. Poulakis,-20 East Milton St,, ”rm-port \Tol. 1104-4. 1034 WORK. WANTED-Handy man, can paint and do corpenter. work; good all mround repair man. 'W. Jackson. 143 Parson Ave., Fresport. 2-108 nished and. unfurnished. ma.mnmmm¢m.n nue, #reeport. © do€ TO RENT - Furnished apartments; Housekeeping | apartment of: Z-room# And bath, suitable refined sosple; south- son axposure;. $40 month. Tel. Froé. port, 1023-3. 108-4, President Harding is not permitting hinivell (9 be drawn into. arguments vllh those who have a of dbitort- i a man's words and trying» to make | dent from the opening of the FOR SALE, Hempstead, modern house; unfuflu. two baths, arranged mmlmh: . w smal® apartnent that rents for $55 @ month; electricity, steam, gas, two- za- garage, chicken houses, fruit trees. 201 Kernochap Ave. Tel. 1746-4. 6-104 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE - Oppor: tunity for cush buyer, choice bullding plot, §0x125, with gas, water, electricity; best residential section of Freeport; near station; price $1500. It. Amador, 25 Railroad Ave., Freeport. Phone Freeport 1282. 4-102 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE-Lots! Lots! Lots Fifteen minutes walk from Freeport station; $100 to $100 per lot; easy terms; call at my office for map and further particulars. R. Ama- dor, 25 Railroad Ave., Freeport. Phone Freeport 1282. 4-102 dfiOlCE location, plot 150x150; Miller and South Side Aves, Freeport, L. I F. A. Myrick. 102-6 WATER-front lots, with bathing beach on Baldwin Bay, near club house; some restricted, others without restric- tlons; price, $300 up; easy terms; ideal section; houses for sile. P.O. box 356, Baldwin. 30:74 LOTS FOR BALE-Chester Park, Eliza beth Park, Ingrabam Estates. 'T. H Dauch, 124 Jackson St., Hempstead, telephone 20 'pstead. sa-tr en te Owner Will Exchange , or sell very reasonable, charming stucco bungalow with all modern improve- ments, near Freeport sta- tion, for larger house in Freeport, Bald win or Roosevelt. No agents. Phone 1026-W Freeport B a PICKERT STOCK OPENING WINS COMMENDATION Opening Show \The Brat\ Finds Flvor— Fair and Warmer\ Fol- lowell by \Way Down East\ Coming - Company Composed of Capable Players Expects To Remain in Freeport All Season June Freeport, -It was very evi Blanche Beat' last tit. they a long run, because not a man or woman in the audience, pro- fessional or otherwise, who if they have any conscience at all, cin say anything but the best of the organization It is one of the best balanced stock companies ever seer in the vicinity and individually and collectively has made some new friends. Pickert Stock Co.. in evening at the are here: for \The Auditorium, Freeport The company is fresh from a south ern tour where it has been presenting big hits of present and past seasons. The bill is extensive. The company has an extensive repertoire. Everyone in the company is more than the ordinarity competent. Appar ently the happy solution of the sum- mer. months has been found. The story of \'The Brat' needs but w brief reminder that it is the tule of a girl of the streets who was a dim: mond in the rough and soared to heights far above her less fortunate sisters in high society. The scenic artist with the anmpany has built special scenery to ft the Auditorium. Each show will be stmged as near like the New York productions as possible. J. Bernard Hurle made a brief &n mouncement for the company, saying they are in Freeport .to please mnd that they, hope Ao stay in the com- munity indefinitely. The entire company was mt Imust K Cd Blanche Picker STEPMEN FORRESTER Waiter Bogs MORTON...................Buckleigh 'Oxford THMSON__...___.___J. Bernard Hurle mummy! FORRESTER .___._. ._.... Fred: Reto lflll Wileox iw manager of The com. pany and Leland B. Ward scenic artist. Next Saturday, Tuesday and day \Fair and Warmer\ will be played and. the rest of 'the week the big furl comedy drama \Way Down Bast.\ Old mmmdleM-l posible toward keeping a worthy Ht monthis. 1 No opposition. to the surrounding. towns will do everything tie company hore for the stmufier Merrick, June 24.-Indications are lights and a police department, ing a meeting of the Civic Wednesday evening Not being incorporated, will be the same as in Roosevelt, with policemen, district and police commis- wloners appointed by the Town Board Supervisor Hiram R. Smith was present at the meeting Wednesday and discussed the matter with the com mittees of the Civic League. The village is. very enthusiastic the result Action was begun at inhabitants are anxious follow over oner the to h electine that Merrick is soon to have electric; | League the situation AUTO VAcwfllcamul-m 1, : PATIENTICD AUTOMATIC . SANITARY - LIGHT - EFFECTIVE Demonstration All This Week at ©< EUGENE P. HAWKINS 28 MAIN STREET, HARDWARE STORE HEMPSTEAD,. N. Y. lights and policemen. The ur most of them, favor lights on wccount of the compared taxpayers the economy . a» the electne to kas and because. of greater illumination possible. The village will the Board to hear the resident taxpayers on, their petition .at a meeting to be beld in request the fire hall on the evening of July 6 or T.. The date: will be: at the Town Doand meeting next Tues day at Hempsterd It is expected that the matter of village police: department now. possible under the State Law of April 20, 1930, will also be discussed by the taxpaye Merrick has been trying to met ectricity. for: some. time. The correct method of procedure. is to ket the streets lighted first and then. extend the wires to the This line of effort is being: worked out houses. heen discovered Everyone by the committee plan. The. slogan Sooner the Belter.\ Merrickites feel that approched the \The heartily favors: seems to be after 400 years conservatism the town is comings OCEANSIDE FORMS Outcoine of Dinner at Chateau Henri - Pleasurable Evening Renewing Acquaintances Odean: Side, June 21. -The Alumni of Ocean Sie: High School organized at the conclusion of a dinner at the Chateau Henri last night, electing Dai jus Sylvester, the toastmaster. is pres dent; Violet 1. Allen. viee president: Al fred Weber, secretary. iind Perey G Southard, treasurer. Miss Clare: Int« mann was secretary pro tem A committ consisting of Peres Southard, Chairman, Alfred Weber, Miss Clare Intemann, Miss: Violet: Allen Alan Leddy, was appointed: to draw up by-laws. When they have task, a meeting is to be called and the organization made permanent. | Forty-four persons, comprising of alumni, graduates, faculty and friends of the three classifications, gut ad the Chateau Henri on Long Bei and enjoyed @ bountiful dinner. conclusion short. addresses we by 8. Taylor Johnson, Principal, Percy G. Southard, Howard Young, Minw (Ge trude Murphy, Dora Fry, er and Violet J. Allen There had not been the kthd in years and the wequaintance proved pleasurable, Th Toastmaster, who showed himself to have a' good memory, told some tilew \out of school\ that happened in school wome years amo. Alfred Weber proposed that a sulta! one time principal, be erected in the memorial to the late Joseph Carmichael, and finished this new High School when built, as a sub-} stitute for the one lost in the fre. The wubject of the fire brought expressions of regret from several who ro- lated stories of fond memories for the | Institution. The dinner served by the hot was favorably commented on by partakers ! Henri apparently extended himwelf in its known . was learned afterward. cherry sauce served with the ice cream preparation, One thing not generally was -made from cherries gathered on Menri's place. It was rea} Ocean Side produce for Ocean Side rooters. Johnson, Miss E. R. Pearsall, Violet 1 Present were: Mr. and Mrs. 8. Taylor Aten, Walter M.~ Sraith, Lillian E. , Menry. Sanders, Mary J.. rd, (Perey G. Southard, Darius Sylvester, Dorothy Deano, Evangeline Greeley, -Howard A. 'Young. Adelaide Lucey, Fred Klipp, Alan J, Leddy, Mary Ls Stewart,. Alfred A.. Weber, P; H. Ruth B. DeMott, Edwin 8, Weber, E. McCabe, Clare Intemmon, H. A- Inter mann, R. Francis Fales, W.-M. M Joanett Hethenugton, J. .C. Fisher, Jr., ALUMNI ASSOCIATION At the | so made | Alfred A, Web l a gathering. of | renewing of | The | Tenten, (Dom (H. ~Fry, John °C. «Fry, #) MLM, «Comntant . J. Weber, John. F. | Ruth Summers, Clarence E. \Southard a like ray Oh, how hard It is to dic and 'not te | Jr., Theodore P. Weber, “ml-1 MM‘W‘ Binx shy something which he néver| abe to fave the world any better tor| Gertrude Murphy, J. F. X. &. 6 nun-a or even implied. He in trylug/one's litle fife in it! -Abraham Lin- Nell, Ethel Cooper, A. ¥. Cooper, 'Mrs. Freeport Auditorium Monday, June 27, 1921, 'at 8.30 P. M. 12 ROUNDS \_ FRANKIE CARPENTER OF MERRICK i Town | - JAKE AHEARN OF BROOKLYN lBolh these boys fought Dave Rosenberg here and are ml, and evenly matched ; 8 Rounds--Ernie Kohler vs. BROTHER OF WILLIE KOHLER 6 Rounds--Jack Quinn OF NEW YORK movement na! 6 Rounds--Ed. Johnson OF BABYLON 4 Rounds--Willie Cole into OF FREEPORT Jimmy Reardon“ OF NEW YORK vs. Fraggljgkrson vs. Young [et, vs. Joe Mate OF BROOKLYN -/ PRICES: $1.65, $2.20 and $3.30 * RESERVED SEATS at Chubbuck's Pharmacy and United Cigar Store, Fr |___ White House Barber Shop, Hempetead; United Cigar Store, Lynbrook; U Cigar Store, Rockville Centre, and Casey's Hotel fiylofl | | | I I JACOB'S OFFERS FOR SATURDAY ONLY SOME PRICE Never have you had the opportunity to get such a high grade suit at such a low price. is offered you a choice of all our beautiful, rich, selected custom fabrics, in all wool, black, brown n light weight, tailored to fit and regularly priced from $25 to $35,\ offered for Saturday Only at $18.50 and grey materials, A GENUINE BARGAIN IN ALL WOOL BATHING SUITS Here is a bathing suit that is guaranteed all White waist and blue trunks. suit that was meant for bathing and will come out of the water in just the same condition it went in. Regularly sold at $7.50 and worth every cent of it. But another inducement for you to save monéy. We offer it for Saturday only at $4.25 AN EXTRAORDINARY SALE OF SILK SHIRTS wool. These shirts are m teed all silk Radium clot! terns created for the summer season, and in all; popular colors, stripes and shades. Tailored right- and will fit affect. These shirts sell everywhere! Come here and get one, on Satur- $4.25 for $7 and day only for # | The above specials should prove to you that Jacobs can and will save you time and money. By all means don't miss these general ... price sensations. JACOBS © 11 Main St. REDUCTIONS Here finely finished, A bathing of the popular guaran« © , in all the smartest pat- 85. file-Mud, L1

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