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^FHfei MONROE COUNTS^ i^tlWefisfeiSHtit Weds Rochester Maid West Webster, April 30.—Wednesday evening last week at the home ol Mr. Anderson occurred the marriage of William E. Burg of West Webster to Miss Matilda Netz of Rochester. Rev. John Eastman performed the cereinouy_ before a large company. The banquet that followed immediate- ly was much enjoyed by the guests. A meeting was held at the home of Mrs. William Bancroft, Thursday afternoon when the canvassers who had been securing pledges for the im- provements on the M. E. parsonage brought in their reports. ,• Quite Jiaj|dg^^^tej^^aoys: a large sum~NV r a^realized--^vitlr^vliicl»-to--dono-by-tho-ola88 A Fine Entertainment Macedon Center, April 80.—The en-; tertainmeut given by the singing class under the leadership of E. H. Hull, was well attended and the program was excellently rendered. The chorus singing was good, the solos and duetB were fine, the piano solos showed much preparation. While all are worthy of mention, the solo by An- drew Hull perhaps was the finest vocal number and the piano solo by Mrs. James Barnsdale was one of the finest things ever given to this community. Much credit is due Mr. Hull for the interest he has shown in the work John Wood of \Rochester recent visitor in town. Mr T)W is moving- into has been, a May in length and qf eight inch pipe. Wa r ter will be delivered in.thiB village at a pressure of ninety-five pounds or better. A contract sought by this vil- lage is to continue for five'yearB with the privilege of renewal. houle on Monroe street. Mrs. L. Y. Towusend spent a few days recently at Livonia. ; w Charles 'Rowe of Rochester, spent ono day reoentlv in towiL.-^L..., ,„i^L^ begin the work. Mrs. George ^Yeeks, who has been seriously ill for several weeks is thought to be slowly improving. The Epworth League held a box social at the home of Wni. Pitt Friday evening. There - was a large atteud- —ance and plenty of sport for the young people and quite a sum added to the treasury. Mrs. Ingraham from Honeoye Falls, — has been visiting her sister, Mrs. El- mer Aldridge for the past week. There will be a new time table on - the SnrinK Ray road in a few days. Mrs. David Walters from William- son, visited her son, Freeman Walters, last week. —Mjrsr—Hattie—G4eiser v who has-been- visiting hef'sister, Mrs. Robert Whit- « tier of Buffalo, for some time, return- ed-bome-Satnrday. Little Leland Atwater, son of A. Atwater. who lately moved from this place to Webster, has been seriously ill _-of Jbrain fever. Miss Nobles from Rochester, ' has ^ been visiting at the home of Oassius Aldridge. Mr. Courow of Webster, who lately purchased a home in this place, is moving his goods here today. Mrs. Allyn and little grandson from Rochester, visited at W. Atwater's yesterday7^Iul\wiflrfftehds-from-Wii- liamsou. A severe thunder shower passed northof this place, last evening. Rain is much needed just at present. As the fruit buds begin to open, it is plaiifly seen that Elberta peaches and Burbank plums will he almost a total failure. Miss Alice Herendeen of Newark, was the guest of Jeauette Blaker over Sunday. —Mrs. Wr—Gv—Packard brother, B. B. Braley and isited—her wife over Cole has returned from she ...has been vi8itj»g —-Orta~^Welch-and~-^vife^entertainod : Lewis Miller and wife, Sunday. \^\-' John Dill and wife of Rochester, visited relatives in town, Sunday. Friday is Arbor day. Appropriate exercises will be held at the High school. Mrs. Ellen Meudon, where relatives. Mrs. Pearl Eckler and children^of Victor, spent-Tuesday at the home of S. A. Wilson. F. Williams recently moved into the Mrs. Frank Famam house on Morn- ing Side Park. . .. —The-N4ffh£ingalQ—Mnsical filnh, was pleasantly entertained at the home of R. E. Gaskin, Monday. Mrs. George Farnam accompanied Pittsford FarimV Creamery. Pittsford Farms', creamery is again in-running order after-lying idle ahont m\ Sunday. Mrs. Georgia Harris of Mendon, was the guest of-her parents, last week. The friends of Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Reeves of Fairport, are pleased to know they are now out of quarantine after an attack of scarlet fever. Three new members were taken into the 1. O. G. T. at the last meeting. Also two from the disbanded Wal- worth Lodge. ten years.- The creamery was-built in the year 1892 by Mrs. Hawley for the private use at the Pittsford farms, which then .had a herd of tne finest Jersey cattle in this section, but Eoon iifref^hlEF^ate~= : ^ttthor^les^olftlaaed nmr~Eb^tfeTd~^Tia*\ntu1]OT6W nearly the whole herd was\killed by the order of the state authorities and then the oreamery was abandoned un- til this spring when Orla J. Welch. the mail carrier, leased the property of Mrs. Hawley. After^Bev.eral days of hard labor, Mr. Welch, the manager, states that he has thoroughly renovated The building and contents and April 10th, he opened up for business. The building is quite large, being some- thing like 40x60 ft., and is situated in the rear of the Hawley residence. It is run by a stationary engine of twelve horse power with all the improved machinery for making first class creamery butter svhich includes the ONTARIO CENTER. Ontario Center, May 1.— Samuel Lippencott is greatly improving his surrondiuge. Chas. Lolley is shingling his house, and in other ways improving his home. Mrs. Emily Ridgeway is very low with cancer^ L -Jjuafis-tTl tonnel! by Mrs. Frank Farnam, have gone to Virginia, to spend a few days. The regular meeting of the Masonic lodge of this village, will be held at the lodge rooms, this evening. The Womans' Missionary Society of the Presbyterian church, will meet with Mrs. Julius ftornow, Friday, May 4th. William Agate, Sr., and wife and Miss Cora Sutherland are now at the North Woods, where MfgrrAg^t*rhHB gone lor her health. Arron I-iongyear has sold his grocery Chaeler of that place. Mr,, , Longyear \tias moved to Rochester. MiEs Ethel Mitchell of Fdirchanoe, Pa., who has been =:ther:guest of,Miss Ruth M. Schell for the past winter, will return home soon. Several of the girls and boys of the WEST WALWORTH. - ^VMt J W5iwxn'th7-MT[y-T^3^ May moring is certainly applicable to this morning. ^. We are-sorry to state that iutsead of congratulating our young townsman, Walter Clemaus, on his marriage, we have to condole with him because as he informs us, the rumor was T enUrely T without cause. As a rule we try not to put in unauthorized reports and this one was sent to us direct, last Monday, so of course we put the item in. The hotel looks much smarter in its new coat of paint. The new landlord is expected to arrive this week. ; Mrs. E. A. Frey was called to Greece, last Friday, to attend the fu- neral of her aunt, Mrs. Merlau. An agent, Mr. Pierson, from Pal- myra, was in town last Thursday, village were out Tuesday evening, en- joying themselves by hanging May baskets on the doors of houses. Joseph Schell and family entertained the following guests recently: H. Col- lins and wife of Martensia, William Waterhouse and wife of Rochester. Imperial improved \ sharpless turbine separator with a capacity of 3,000 lbs. of milk or approximately 300 gallons jrer-honr:—The—churn 1 used is-the~box- churu with a capacity of 350 gallons of cream. The milk is furnished by the farmers of this vicinity and when brought here is weighed and tested so each receive pay in proportion to the richness of the milk. The gravity sys- tem is used here which 6aves a lot of lifting and carrying .of milk- and cream, it is expected that soon milk will be shipped in by the trolley from eastern points. There is a machine butter -worker^of—a-capaoity— of-about 200 lbs. The butter is made into throe different styles of prints, individual -sqnares-of sixteen to-the-ponnd-marked- P. F. ; the monogram print ot four to the pound marked P. F., aud the pound print with the words Pittsford Farms stamped upon them. Edward Taylor haB charge of-the ^butter^mak* ing. Pure well water is used for all the washing of the butter so as to as- sure the\~cutomers-that nothing~but pure wholesome butter will be made at the croamery. Attached to this build- ing is an ice house and cooler each with a capacity of 200 tons of ice. As readers of the Mail, we wish the man- ager, Orla J. Welch, a prosperous year with the new enterprise. -F-r-iday ovowagr -wiliJgive-tlIe~df^sa7^-Tli6^Si^n-xii--the-- Cross\ in the Congregational church. The Sentinel Society netted the sum of $33.48 from their home talent play. Miss Jennie Thomas entertained a company of friendB, Monday evening. Chas. Alborn and bride were given a fine household shower, showing the high esteem in which the young peo- ple are held. All of the teachers of the High school have been re-engaged for the coming year. Wyman Hoag, who went to Kansas, some weeks ago, is coming home again, having had the misfortune to injure his hand so badly as not to be able to use it. Mrs. Lewis Johncox is on the gain. The barn on the Treau farm near \Walworth was bumed-Satm-day af-tor- noou. Most of the contents were saved. looking up subscribers for the Palmyra Journal, which is under new manage- ment and issued in new form. The miller, E. A. Frey, is busy with teams drawing a car load of corn which arrived at Wayneport, last week. The friends of Mrs. S. J. Crocker were glad to see her out, Sunda3'. Miss Georgiette Willetts has been on the sick list for a few days. Prof. John Smith and wife were in town, Saturday. T^ie professor is I -looking—up-patrons—for— the -Greamery-j. Dn.L-wa-rear H\a„_GriiU#ai&—yJLllzh,azfi^a: monopoly of the milk business when they start their cheese factory in Lin- coln, this month. The village cemetery is being cleaned up and much improved under the superintendence of Ed Frey. Benjamin Olague and wife are re«- joiciug over the birth of a daughter. Mrs. John Pearson of Rochester; is seriously ill in a hospital there. Alexander Salsbury entertained a brother, Sunday. Mrs. Jerome Gardner aud son, Will, of Farmiutgon, were guests of Samuel Gardner's family on the 29th inst. G. L. Bills and wife visited the fam- ily of their brother, George Bills, at Union Hill, Sunday. Miss Hannah Carman and her cousin, Miss Anna Armstrong, are now estab- lished for the summer in Miss Uar- The following advertisecTletfors are at the postoffice: Miss Lilly Clime, Mrs. Emma Williams, Edward G. Ty- rell, H. M. Wigman, Miss Kate Dem- nier and Frank C. Aikey. The Henrietta Reading Club held a banquet at the home of Duayne Howard, Tuesday. The evening was spent with music, recitations, etc., and all present enjoyed themselves. Pittsford Grange, No. 24, will hold their regular meeting. Saturday, com- mencing promptly at 8 o'clock. A good program has been arranged by the lecturer, Mrs. Allyn Barnard and it is hoped that every one will take the parts assigned them. A reception for Rev. Mr. Gardner, LINCOLN. Lincoln, April 30.—Mr. Blythe and wife \spout Sunday in Fairport. Walter Hemway is spending a few days with friends in this place. Miss Ida Warren has been visiting her brother in Macedon. Miss Jennie Engert was home over Sunday. Mr. Goley and wife spent Sunday in Fairport Little Everett Tiffany of Avon, is visiting his grandparents, G. F. Tif- fany aud wife. the—paster—who—will—take^charge-of- Christ episcopal churclvduring tits\ absence of Rev. H. S. Gatley, was held at the parish house, last Friday. Mr. Gatley with his family will leave this week for Bermuda, where he will have a charge for three months. -George A. Goss, superintendent of this section of the Erie canal, has ap- pointed the following lock tenders for lock No. 62 which is just west of this village: Frank Delmler, William Smith, Lewis Parsons, John Ford, Somers Eckler and Thomas Wood. Thomas Heaver will captain the Pitts- ford scow and John Kossow will be teamster. The canaropeued for navi- gation yesterday. The first electric storm of the season passed over this section Sunday even- g. aud was of unusual severity Penfield Baptist Ladies to Hold May Festival Penfield, May 1.—The ladies of the Penfield Baptist church, will hold their sixth annual May day festival, Saturday, May 12th, in the Town hall. The program for the afternoon y/ill consist of songs, recitations, drills, choosing the May queen and winding the May pole. For the evening, sing- ing by \the male quartet of Rochester East High school, aud a drama. Sup- per will be served from 5 to 7 for 15 cents. Admission to the hall for the afternoon, 5 cents; for tne evening, 15 cents Ladies.will please provide for the-guppoPr Oar~$ir5 Suits Better than \Good Enough^ They arc unusually good this year, because of the spirit of progression which has inspired theimakers. Scores and scores of business men are wearing them —men who probably never before paid so little for their clothes. The styles are full of snap and the patterns beautiful. Dependably made, they wilTgive remarkably long and satisfactory service. Cheviots, ~7Tweerls _ a^ _ WbrstedsT _ stTikmgnplaidsrstriped-and^ checked effects. What more need be said. Other Grades at $10, $20, $25 ^—-The^only x- thoroughly^ complete ^ays'^.store^in ™- Rochester—the only one showing styles for any lad, _prices_foiLany_purse^___ „__ ___ WE HAVE NO BRANCH STORES \ GRANITE BUILDING Cor. Main and St. Paul Streets ROCHESTER, N. Y. r UNION HILL. Union Hill, April 30.—Mrs. Har- riet Boynton, who has been away for some time, returned to her home, Sat- urday. Mrs. Byron Schuyler \of Rochester, has been visiting at the homo of her fathor, L. Spragne, for the past few days. William Martin aud family visited relatives in this vicinity, yostorday. William Chapman was in Rochester, Tuesday. .Mrs. H. B. Deyo returned from a two weeks' visit in Batavia, Saturday. mans' home in the village. Mrs. Flora Furmau and daughter, Olive, were entertained by Mrs. Cora Willetts, Sunday. Rev. Edward Brauumscliweig has been transferred by conference to the Newark church. Ho will preach his last sermon here, Sunday morning. He has earnestly requested the Baptist church male quartet to assist in the services. The pastor has been here one year, aud his people are very sorry to part with him and his family. Mrs. Adelia Bumpus ot Penfield, is visiting friends here. MiBS^TeuEyck returned from Ba- tavia, last Thursday. G. W. ton, la., robbed Postmnster Kobberi.- Fonts, postmaster at River- nearly lost his life aud was of all comfort, according to his letter, which says: \For twenty years I had chronic liver complaint, which led to such - a severe case of jaundice that ovou my finger nails turned yellow; when my doctor pre- scribed Electrio Bitters; which cured me and have kept mo well for eleven years.\ Sure cure for biliousness, neuralgia, weakness and all stomaoh, liver, kidney and bladder derange- ments. \ A\ wonderful tonic. At Cramer's drug store. 60 cents. may The flashes of lightning and crashes of thunder were at times terrific aud many of the bolts seemed to strike in the immediate neighborhood but as far as can be learned no fires resulted al- though it is said that the tenement house of George Schoeu, who resides about three miles south, was struck but little damage was done. Several telephone poles were struck in differ- ent parts of the town. The electrical display was accompanied by torrents of rain. . Thomas Edmonds Hayward, Pitts- ford's oldest resident, celebrated his ninety-sixth birthday, Friday last, being the gue3t of his daughter, Mrs. Romaine Lusk of this village. Mr. Hayward arose - early and soon after 9 o'clock he started with his daughter for his first ride in an automobile. He appeared happy in his new exper- ience and was not much fatigued after returniug at noon from a \trip to Rochester, inoluding a tour of Seneca Park and calls on several frieuds. Dinner was served at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Lusk in |honor of tha occasion. Mr. Hayward taught school after his residence in this villago, and he thinks that there is but oue of his pupils living now in this town, Nathan Woloh, who t is nearly a none- gonariau. Tehfield -Grange will meeriirregTr^ lar'session, Saturday evening. . There will be a strawberry and ice cream festival in the Penfield Town hall, Friday evening, June 1st, under the supervision of the third division of the Ladies' Aid ot the M. E. church. A literary and musical program will be given. The W. C. T. U. of West Penfield, will hold a parlor- meeting with Mrs. B. A. Sperry, Thursday afternoon, the 10th inst. A short program will be given and light refreshments served. William Unglish and Ameal Schauf- elberger start Friday for^New York, to he gone two weeks. The Atheuian Club met Thursday evening, with Miss Fanny Schermer- horn. The subjec^of.the evening was •\Shinies Dickens,- the—Man--tvntl-H-i Works.\ There were readings from Pickwick papers by Miss Onnolee >H KOSELAND. Rosoland, May 1.—George Cools nud \yifo of Brighton, spout Suudfty'^v^' 1 August Loison and family. '•'/ ^ Mr. and Mrs. Shnltz entertained their nieco, Miss Minnie Soirhs of Rochester, sovoral days last week. John Barmoister has the frame up for his honso. D. Mayor and family of West Web- Btor, and Miss Onoita Heckor of Wob- ter, and Miss Fanny Lawton.of .Syra- cuse, spout Sunday with Arthur Frost and wife. Henry Burrow and wife spent Sun- •day with Orrin and Frank Burrow. H. Howo and wife ontortained thoir children, Josiah Embory and wife ot . \Vost PenQold, Fred Frey and wife of Brighton, Geo. Payne and family and Wm. Howo and wifo of West Wftl* —°Aydrthrft»o?J30roy=Hampfllvirft,and^wifo —BimtiHyr^ Wanted. Traveling salesman. Must furnish references and invest $1,000 in first class six per cent bonds. Salary and oxpouses paid. Experience not re- quired. We teach business at our mills. The Wheeling Roofing & Cor- nice Company, Wheeling, W. Va. ' 15W6 8* F-'S . fS'-v..- Rhoumntlftin. . . Why snffor from thlspainfnl malady whon ono application of Ohnmberlain's /Paiii Balm gives roliof? Hundreds of fcgratoful Twjoplo testify to the magical M>owor of this remedy ovor rhonmatiBm. «-™\>r 6alo by 0; R. Cramer, 'druggist. • OA8TORIA Boars the elgnaturo of Chas.H.Flotehor. In UBO for ovor thirty years, and Th6 Kind You Have Always Bought. lUIithlSe -^JBost-ronto^ to-Chicago.-Stv-Xonis. Ginoinnnti—Pittsburghr nnd-tho-vVostr Apply to local agcut for rates, tick- ots, etc.,, or.addrcss.Harry Parry,, gon- oral agent, Buffalo, N. Y. Iflw4 f Rochester Democrat nnri Chronicle We can furnish tho weekly Democrat andOhroniole with the MAIL at $1.6&, per year, cash with the order. tf Lake Ontario Wnter nt rittftfnnl. At the meeting of the villago boafch at Pittsford, held last Friday, the board instructed the water committee of the village to make a contract with tho Rochester & Lake Ontario Water Company for tho extension of the company's mains from tho Country Club in Brighton, to the'.villago limits, provided such extention could bo ob- tained at a reasonable tiguro. Tho wator commissioners of this villago are Morris Phillips, W. Qraut Wat- tams and Thomas Spoigol. Tho presi- dent of tho villago is P. D. Carpenter. Tho villago has for somo years main- tained its own water plaut nud mains, obtaining its water supply from wolls within tho corporation, limits. Tho oxtension asked for has boon contem- plated for somo timojjjy tho residents of this villago. If tho change is niado ilinrtr\um-TvriIr^HksrTV tluT Countrymau, Horace Warner and Clar- ence Shuster. A selection from Dora- bey and Son by Mrs. Helen Biggs. Short quotations from Martin Chinz- zlewit, Oliver Twist, David Copper- field aud Our Mutual Friend, were read by other members. After the meeting light refreshments, were served. The'\club will meet Thursday evening w.ith Miss Rose Kennedy. Subject. \American Art aud Artists.\ \Mrs. Ed. Thompson, Sr., has been quite ill recently, the result of a hem- .morage of the lungs. Miss Emma Wolfer won the con- tested ring, last Monday evening at the fair in Despatch. Mr. Weatherlow, Sr., is very ill and under the care of a physician. O. S. Porter has a fine new automo- bile. It is a touring car, glass front, Franklin make and capable of carrying six. Mr. Porter will make the machine useful, to go to town daily to hiB business as well as to give pleasure to his friends. Miss Florence Rich is home from Syraonso High school for a week. She iB accompanied by a friend. ; Miss Anna Ford visited her sister, Mrs. Henry Rosenbanm, the latter part of the week,'returning .to Roch- ester, Sunday evening. : George Sipple lost a blanket on his way to town with the school ohildron, ono day last week. Mrs. Veronica Preston is qnito ill at this writing. Miss May Connick of Rochester, spent Sunday in town with relatives. Harry Hill of Oaklleld, was in Pen- field, the first of tho week. Mrs. O. S. Porter has ontifoly re- covered from hor recont illness. Mrs. • Mariftm Humphroy is sick of grip. Mrs. Archio Hill with Mrs. O. O. Hill called oh Ponfiold friends, Tues- day. Mrs. O. E. Shuster was indisposed but is how convalescent. s^Ludya piftuu uui >wm inivu wnior- ironi » , , * , , Roolraff4r;sr^T^^^ ho villago limit, distributing it niug Wo on her leg, which had tor- tho vuiage nimc, uisinonting through tho village main. W. G. Wattams will arrange for tho meeting of tho sy&tor ..commissiouors^of this\ vil- lago eomb time this!-week .with Presi- dent Mingle of tho Rochester, Lake I Ontario Water Company.-' The oxton- |8ion of mains will bo about two milos A Mountain of Gold could not bring as much happiness to Mrs. Lnoia Wilko, of Caroline, Wis., : IJB^lhl^n'5^5a^^o^HukiQttia^iiiioa.|. HIGH GRADE PIANOS . - . N1P0RTANT Iii every piano sold by 11s you are assured of Musical Trmrlity;—In—eveu- the lowest priced piano our aim is to give something of musical value rath- er than to offer a mere vpiece of cab- inet work. It has taken us many years to meet best the demands of the piano buying pub- lic; but we \have learned and a visit of inspection is all that is necessary to prove to any one that a piano from the store of .E. J. CHAPMAN is quite different in many vital inspects than a piano from any other source. The HARDMAN, CHAPMAN. BAUS, BEHNING, KROEGER. POOLE \And other makes sold by us represent the best that is to bo had iii piano construction, tone, durability and artistic ap- pearance. You make 110 mistake when you deal with us. \We have good serviceable pianos as low as $175. You are cordially invited to call and hear the Chapman Piano. You will be repaid. turod hor twenty-three, long year's. Greatest antisoptio healer of piles, wounds, and sores. 25o at O. R. Oramor's Drng Storo. may Tho MAiii and Weekly Democrat and Ohroniole, \both one year, for $1.60. , IN THE LINE OF COMA1ERCIAUJ POSTER AND BdOK AND JOB 'tfMm ifttfi

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