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R amapo V alley G azette . VOL: I. m 8. THE LOCAL DIRECTORY MONROL, ORANGE COUNTY, NEW YORK, FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1908. fl.OO PER YEAR INROE mi LIBRARY ASSORED. TOWN AND liT V HAPPENINGS. MAY BUILD A NEW GHURGH, NOTES OF A PERSONAL NATURE-. TO BUILD A HALF MILE OF WAUL. Presbyterian Church .. 7!3° o’clot School, 10 a. m, Mid-week meeting, Thursday. 7130 p. m. btrangets welcome Methodist Episcopal Church Dr. D. McCartney pastor, Monroe, Ni. Y ^ Services on Sunday at n a. m and 7130* S;,” ; All ate invited. Catholic Church Sacied Heart Church, Main St Monroe, N. Y, Rev. Jls. A. Moloney. Pastor. Grace Episcopal Church RevJ.HoImes McGuiness, D. D. Rector H. R. Ostrom, Curate. Sunday School to a. m. Service and Surmon at U a. ra., Monroe, N. \ . Standard Lodge, F. & A M. Monroe, N. Y., C, N. Walton, W. Mj S. A. Gaunt, Sec, Meets second; and fourth Mondays of each month, Hawthorne Chapter, E S., No. 286, Mrs. E. H. Welling, M. Mrs. E. Millington, Sec. Meets nights of each zons ot the village, towns and surround­ ing territory was held in the Firemen’s Hall on Tuesday evening. There was even a larger attendance than at the first meeting, some driving in from a distance of four or five milee. The meeting was called to order by Gilbert Oarpenter, E q 0 Eicbenberg was obosen chairman and Wm. J . Orea- I secretary. Ihe report of the committee to solicit members and snbsoriptions was very gratifying and ensures the success of the project, as many more contribotions are cted from local and city people, library of course will be free, but only memburs may vote and have a voice in the government of the library. The report of the committee was as follows: Members Pledgeil Hard Bull and Mrs. Bull, 28 f61 Gilbert Oarpenter and Irene Oarpenter, 29 45 W. J. Oreegan, 7 12 Mrs, S Fairchild, 21 32 O. S, Knight, 13 22 Mrs F. S.Kelyea, 31 30 Mrs. Ira Smith, 10 20 Miss May Oox, 30 47 Miss Bertha Taylor, 5 6 giving their boats a new coat cf paint, which is now occupied by the sot first and third Moi month in Masonic United States Post Office Montoe, N. Y. C. T. Knight, Postmas­ ter. F. B. Brooks, Assistant. Mails close, going east, at 7.25 and 11.20 a. m , I, 6 and 7 p. m. West, 9 35 a. m., 3 and 6p. m. Erie Railroad Station Monroe, N. Y. L. H. Marvin, Agent. Trains arrive from New York daily ex­ cept Sunday, 723,-942, 1056 ‘a. m., 12.40,3.12,3.38,6.11,7.14, 828 p. m. Trains leave for New York, 708, 7.33, 7.47, 8 39 a. m., I 06,4.28, 8.07 p. m. On Sunday, arrive at 7.23, 9.50, 10.39 a. m., 2.42,10 p. m. Leave, 848 a. m., 3.13 3.30 and 8 44 p. m. Mombasha Fire Company Montoe, N.YL H. E. Smith, Foreman; Frank Reed, 1st Asst.; James Hall. 2d Asst,; Irving Shaw, Sec.; Arthur Brooks Fi’n. Sec.; L. R. Carpenter Treasurer. ■ “ ' ? night of each month. This committee was empowered to col- - loot these or farther subsoriptiona, and lictee greatly by handing ing their sabeoription to the petson ring th( sending seonring the same. The Oommittee |on Oonatitntion and reported t irations they were adopted. The suggestedsted by the State, and with a few By-Laws reported as favoring the set sugge alteration name is to be the Monroe Free Library, and the Society is to incorporate to oon- dnot a “free circulating library for the town of Monroe and the Burionnding territory naturally tributary to the li- Standard Lodge, F & A. M., will con­ fer the second degree on tonr candidates nest Monday night. Jessie H. M the regular E ning school. Frank Rogers, the liveryman, pur­ chased a fine delivery wagon this week of Charles Docks, A large consignment of trees ahd shrabs have arrived in town, and are now being delivered. Geo. Dawes and W. M. Hai| iving their boats a new coat cl preparing for the summer season. Fletcher Brooks’ residence on North Main Street is being neatly repainted nn- der the direction of Frank Rider, Moses Beal of Tamer, has commenced ;siau well for Mrs, Alice her property at Ronnd Smith & Strebel have the contract to pat steam beat and plnmbing In the bouse of Luther Terwillijger Main Street. The new vill a ir cet throt k’sp right man ia George Lent for a good job and a quick one. The young friends of Miss Alice Bow­ den tendered her a birthday party last Friday afternoon from 3 to 6. Twelve were present and all bad a merry time. The fence fronting the property of Mrs. VanderVeer on North Wain Street has been removed, which adds greatly to the appearance of the bonse and grounds. hers of the M. E. Society ’ terior of the present ohi ininga] osition to sell the present building The Society is also entertaining a prop- the chnrob on Tuesday eveaiDg, cdss the question of repairing t! ut church edifice iso entertaining f present building and grounds, and a committee censisting of Solomou Fairchild And Ernest Eiobeq- berg was appointed to ontain full par- ticnlars relating to the proposition! sented. In ease the Society should ' New York this week. Ellsworth Merritt is i iatly repainting I Avenue. and modern bouse of worship would be erected on their Main Street lot )t, part loiety’s however, more in 1 The consensus of opinion seems to be, owover, more in favor of repai unless a very flattering^'offsr shon! received. An adjournment wash Friday night, a t 7 '.80 o’clock, whe: oommittee appointed will rep--rt, tjie qaestion farther disonssed. At this meeting a definite program of work will probably be decided upon. lli on North A Eisenhart, pastor of the Presbyterian Ohnroh, in the 'presence of only a of the immediate relatives and frit A large well digger from Middletown, known as the Keegan farm, where a passed throngh town Tnesadoy to the Thon impson place, formerly well will be driven. A dance nnder the The membership fee is f I per year,and all persons over 16 years of ago may be- luspioes of t Monroe A. A. will be held in the Opera Honse Saturday evening, April 25. Dancing at 8:45. Music by Tannery. Tickets 25 cents each, Ezra Smith, while at work on the new sohool honse thin week, bad the misfor­ tune to step on b, nail which p bis foot. If was necessary to Ohilds to alleviate his sofferinf A gray horse ran away from Cornwall Landing last Sunday, about 11 a; m. Several gentlemen tried to stop bet, but she was not captured until she reached Walton Lake, a distance of 14 miles. Fire has been placed under the boilers f the Orange Rockland Oo.’s new and the machinery is being tested Present indications point to an date for the jniceto bo turned on from the new plant. Throngh the D. F. Msok real estate agency the Georgiana Lamoreanx farm of ten acres, situated in Satterlytown, near Mr. Crawford’s, was sold this week to John Scheiber of Brooklyn, who will take possession May }5. Farmers andmerebanti wonld do well at this season tostndy up the provisions of the new pure food and drug la< Meets first Tuesday C. H. Hall, M. D. Conklin Block, Monroe, N. Y. Office hours, 8 to ici a. m., 3 to 5 p. m. E. W. Mapes Barber Shop. Second floor of t Conklin Block, Monroe, N. V. Op come members. The management of the library is practically left under the control of a board of nine trustees. On Tuesday evening. May 5, the mem­ bers of the Association will meet in Fire­ men's Hall and elect a board of tmitees. All statements as to who will be li­ brarian or where the library will be lo­ cated are premature, and mere specula tion and guesswork. Chang to the Rescue, South 5Iain Street might easily have 1 suffered a severe loss by fire last week , had it not been for the quick wit of ot Fred J. Knight Civil Engineer and Surveyor. Office over the Erie Station, Monroe, N. Y. M. N, Kane Attorney at Law. Local office, Monroe, N. Y., in Conklin Block. Open Wednes­ days of each week. Telephoge, War­ wick Office No. 12. Celestial neighbor, Ohiiiga Ling Otaang, . the lanndryman. In the cellar under­ neath the laundry a quantity of waste paper and kindlings in some manner had been set on fire, bnt the fiames were qniokly imoothered by Obang who has­ tily plucked an armfnl of clothing from a tnb of water and damped them on the smouldering embers. Several of townspeople areI wearingearing ''nnmentinmention- ables’’ this week with small holes bnrn- w ''n ed in the same, as mementoes ot the oo- piWo Hearts That Beat As One. • %very pretty home wedding took :e Sunday afternoon a t the home of bride’e parents, Mr, and Mrs Obas. H, Dix on South Main Street, when their only obitd, Minnie May, became the bride of O. Albert Bisdorf. The ceremony was solemnized by Rev. W. le Presbyte frienda of the family. The happy couple, who are very popular here, are now enjoying a wedding tonr to New York, Washing­ ton and other cities, and later will take up their residence at Highland Mills, where the groom is engaged in business. Robert Henry Hudson, Robert H Hudson ot Middletown, fell from a scaffold on which he was work-' ing, in that city, on Friday afternoon, and BUBtained a fractured hi] Hospital, where be died Saturday after- Mr. Hudson was born In the town of Monroe Jnly 20, 1836, and was a son of the late Horace and Catherine Brooks Hndson. He moved to Middletown about 89 years ago, where he has since resided. The deceased was married in 1870 at Oentral Valley, and ia survived by h ighter,CoraM Hndso The funeral was held at his residence on Franklin E H. Harriman passed throngh town last Saturday on his way to Goshen, Henry Sweezyand wife and Mrs, 0. T. Knight spent a ooaple of days in Newburgh this week, Miss Bertha Bowden, who has [been spending the winter in Newark, N. J.. returned home Wednesday. . Undertaker Walton was a t Highland Mills on Tuesday, attending the funeral of the late Robert H. Hudson. Miss'Mildred Riegelntb returned on Monday night from a short visit with Miss Kathleen Sharpe of New York Mrs. Sarah Uprig|rt of Matteawan, N. T. .formerly Sarah Hall of Satl visited her nephew, Malkin H. Mrs. Obas. Swartz and son, Douglas, of New York, who hare been spendlna a short time in town, returned home on Sunday afternoon. The regnlat monthly meeting of that Village Trustees was held in thei« rooms April 21, 1908, at 8 o’clock, The usual routine of buslnMs transacted. The following resolntion was adopted^; ^ 1 “Resolved, that sealed bids will be re­ ceived by the village trustees of Monxoo^ N, Y., until May 12, 1908,ati8:80p, for the construction of about S400 lineei; feet, more o r less, of oement sidewslkK*,. Plpns and specifications may'be had o t Fred J . Knight, civil engineer, Mon*«^ N. Y, The Truitees reserve the rffblE to reject any ijr all bids.\ Wesley Beatty hat been re-appoiats4t policeman for the coming year,his bowns, on duty being the same—from, noon Mk midnight. atterlytown, H. Hail, last spending a oonpi Lake on a fishing trip. serious In j orles. He was ta n to Thrall Henry Petrine Stout and wife of Bloomfield, N. J., were gnests at An­ drew Andrews’ oyer Easter, snd also called on H Weller Bull. Mrs, Orawford, nee Leila Olark, for­ merly of Monroe, is serionslr ill with typhoid fever at her home in Ueutral Valley. Drs. Hall and Sprague are the attending pbyiiolans. Miss May Qreenwold of New York, spent a week with Mrs, J , J, Moore of this village. Miss Qreenwold la well and favorably known here. Emil Green- wold also spent s few days in town. M. A. Mory of Boyertown, Pa., spent Wednesday with Ellsworth Merritt. It will be remembered that Mr, Merritt spent a few days last October with him, and wae highlj’ entertsined while there. Easter a t the Churches. Easter at the Methodiit Ohnroh was* fittingly observed. Notwithstanding Ih* rain the oongregattona were large; aa- peelally in the morning, The mtiiio was of a high order, otaoir seemed at its best snd waeeaeiite* very aooeptably by some qf the yooat: i The sermons by the pastor wars *|a- i propriste to the day and listened to w ith t marked Intersit. The deoorations wars in good taste and consisted of ferns, flowering plants fued out flowers. Some of the plants attrast- ed oonslderabls attention on sooonat od their rarity and beauty. On lait Snndsy morning lervioe wa» held for the first time in the main andt> since the trovemenie went begait;. ;ho’ the dey ws> stormy, every seati was taken. The platform wai bsaatifnlly deoont^ ed with potted planteand ont flnwers. Prof. Lennox, the wall known tenor*, assleted the choir, rendering two soion. Inst bat not least wae the sermon by of the Oral laobic ockland Oo.’a ni lating to eggs. Among other things, inonbator egga are not to be offered to the publlo as fr«sb-laid. wife and one dangbter.Oora M Hndeon. a his lata home on Tuesday eve ing and on Wednesday morning from the M. E. Church, High­ land Mills. Interment in the Iligblaud Mills cemetery. Granted a Non-suit. Tbe suit ot Michael Drnmmond of the Hain Club of Mombasha Lake, against Samuel Webb was tried before Justice Morschanser a t a special term of tbe Supreme Court in Newborgh on Saturday. Mr. Drnmmond contracted for the pnrohase of a large farm from Mr. Webb, aitnated at Mombaiha Lake, and received a deed for the same. The plaintiff claima that nnder tbe Miss Florenoe E. Harpbam. astronom- Adeiaide Bennett, le School, New 1 Monday. Mrs. Ellsworth Merritt | sr party on Filday < r friecds. . ical compntor of Oolnmbia College, and Miss Adelaide Bennett, heed of Hartley House Sohool, New York Oity, were testa ot Mrs. Alice Oroesou on East tbe pastor, W. A. Eitenbart. Hie tbeni ’Immoxtality.\ ill description of theimprovan: to tbe ohurob will be given later. nmoxtallt* A fall description of theimpr gave a very enjoyable dinner party on Fiiday to a nniuber of her friOLds. Among those from ont of town were Mrs. Winfield Helme and daughter, Miss Agnes, and Mrs. John Coulter and son of Washing- City Friends Wi|! Help. New York Oity friends of the R a r. Father P. P. MaoAran of Tamer, will give that olergymsn a benefit in tlw Harlem Casino Wednesday eveningw . Prominent ladlea and gentler- Henry A. Walker, for a long valued employee of tbe Miller Cart tonville. Middletown, snstalned a severe stroke of paralysis Sstnrday night, and is nn- able to walk or help himself. He is tbs father of Rev. A. A. Walker, a former pastor of the Monroe Methodist Oharoh. men of the metropolis have besn aotive- ly engaged the past two months in pre­ paring for tbe entertainment, and it ia expected that good resnlts will be 1 At Fireman’s Hall April 24. Yonngev’s Vaudevilllans, who will Dr. H. L. Cox Graduate (Licensed) Veterinarian. Of­ fice in Conklin block. Local telephone 39 B. Residence, Calvin Anderson’s, Main Street. Telephone and telegraph calls will receive prompt attention. Monroe House Letter to Charles Corbett, Monroe, N. Y. Dear Sir—You know diamonds don’t make paint, ont gallon of which goee as faras two of another and lasts twice as long; that’s four to one. Rich & Humiston, Proprietors, b Electric Lights. Livery attached. Newly renovated. Most perfect cuisine setvi Steam heat Baths. 9Y4X. Highland Tel. 19-2. perfect cuisine service, s. Hudson River Tel. £ H. Seaman Real Estate and Insurance, Monroe, N.Y. George B. Stepan Monroe, N. Y'., Painter and Paper-hanger Wall Paper of a'l kinds. Samples will be shown at your home. Estimates cheer­ fully furnished. Highland Telephone. Dr. Jas. R. Sutherland > Dentist, Monroe, N. Y. Tuxedo Park Tuesdays, Both Telephones B. T. Irving Painter and Paperhanger unJ decorator. Main St. Jnear Fowler’s grocery store, Monroe, N. Y. First class work. Call Middletdwn Institute Osteopathy thy. 90 Linden Ave. Middletown, N. Y Phone 726 Bond. Dr. Celia M. Mick; Dr. W. \V. Micks,Registered Osteopathic go by size. So with paint. We make Yon know it ia true in diamonds; r don’t go by the gallon, do they 7 ' you’re golisg to paint your house, yon go first to yonr painter and say: \I’m going to paint; do yon want the job? and what’ll It cost?’’ It he happens to know, he’ll say, “ De pends on the paint. I can do it for Ecmewhere-abont 1100 or |200, which over yon like; $1(}0 will make a good job; $200 a poor one.” And yon, if yon happen to have yonr wits, ’ll say, “ I ’ll take the 1 this week an automobile garage in tbe e in Monroe last sammer, and sue- :h shop i Piltz condooted a gar- Fiederiok Piltz of Brooklyn, will' oeededin workhignpa very good bnsi TheHnnter meat market on South Main Street, which was sold recently, has been leased by Louis and Thomas ray, who took posaesaion Tnesday. Under tbe firm name of Gallowe terms of tbe contract m wood lot, which Mr, Webb also owned, tbonld have been conveyed to him in tbe deed with tbe Yonngev’s Vandevilllans, appear at the Fireman’s Hall on Fridi evening, April 24tb, is an entertainment that has been solely constructed for Galloway, who men will condnot a cash meat Wlowey E e yoDDK men will condnot a cash n arket and a fish market a little later. The parishioners of Sacred Heart Ohnroh willcelebra'e the Centenary of the New York diocese by receiving Oommnnionat the 9 o’clock mass on ts, ’ll say, “ I ’ll take the good one, giyer iien’llyoudoit?’’ nday next, April 28, A special ser­ in dealing with the Centenary will be the occasion. Conf Painters onght, all, to know about 1 ; and jewel! get a gooi help both, One gallon Devoe is better than two of the Star degree on one canditfite Mont id job. We do what we can to average paint, goes as far—that is. yonr wear a long time; the life of average honse will take about 20 gallons Devoe aad 40 of average paint—and Devoe will If >r by appointment, paint ia very uncertain, it may be a year, it may be five. Why ia it that painters don’t know about paint? Do jewelers know about diamonds? They know more than they tell sometimes. There are painters and painters; so there are jewelers; so there is paint, and the least-gallons paint is Devoe. Yonrs truly F. W.DEYOE&OO. 'New York. p. s. Smith & Sttebel sell onr paint. occasion. Confessions irday from 4 :30 to 6 o’clock, and on Sunday before mass. M. J. Drnmmond of New York, one of very impressive manner, the members of the Hain Olnb of Mom- basha Lake, has been bdving his high- grade Mercedes antomobile repaired and repainted during tbe winter nnder tbe directian of MS obanffeur, Alfred Jones, at the shop of Charles Cocks in Monroe. The machine, which looks bran ni farm. The suit was bronght to reform At the conclusion of the plaintiff's testimony, the defendant asked for and obtained a non suit. Mr. W. I. Levy, was in New York Wednesday laying in a new stock of Daring tbe intermission of tbe Basket Ball game tonight, Charles Eat villians will introdnoe some of the late song snoceeiws. te owned by th Monroe Garage, and the popular photo­ grapher will soon be able to respond to calls with bis “devil wagon.’’ Hawthorne Chapter, O.E.S. conferred Mr.and Mrs. Terwilliger wereatNew- April 24tb, is an entertainmen I been solely oonitmoted to laughing purposes only. It consists of comedy sketches, singing speoialties, ledgerdemanio feats and other novelties. Ibe list of vandevilie artists is beaded by Younger and Foss, the versatile com­ edy team who will render their langh- able sketch, “A Bnnch of Nonsense;’’ Charles Eampe, Now York’s favorite tained. The financial proceeds will be dsvotsft to the completion of the new OstbcMe Obnroh at Highland Mills, theoooshvse- tion of which vras began nnder FatiMr f, which is oming lummir. Making a Better Roadway. D .F . Mack is doing acme good wos I k on the highway from Byrnes tsne»ssiV> hossetoM r. SliiKofs’s 11ns at Boaadl MsoAran’s saperrlslon last yesr. Tb« ling, which is mads of conorete, Qtedtobe oompletsd ssrly in t ke by ditching tbs gutter. Six h a « - d feet of ditch have been itcfa, “A Bnnch of Konseni Eampe, baritone, will introdnoe some of the dred feet of ditch have been dug, whisk, will dry that stretch of highway tliair heretolore besn wet and mnddy- Th# highway commissioner by rspairiag the tide of tbe road next to tbe ditch caw. aid greatly in making « n axoellent pissw of roadway. black-faoe comedian, Frank H. Bernard, 1 by Miss Bertha Bloe will pre- leir latest comedy skit, entitled assisted I P.Doremtis has pnrohased the auto- tie owned by the Tbe maohlne is bein; Dr, Woodhnll. erhaiiled in tbe latest song sneoMtea; the well known sent their latest comedy skit, entil “Mistaken Identity.\ High olas# mtwi- cal selections will be given by Miss Ethel Henderson. Views of travel^ poses plas- tiqne, eto.. together with the screaming absurdity, “A Manager’s Troubtes,\ will famish a program that sbonld be heartily enjoyed by tbe citizens of onr community. Prices 25o and 35o; ohlld- A Token o f Appreciation, D. W. Miller of Cheater, i f busy with, a force of men potting op the firet story of Roiooe Smith’s new residenoa ont oft atone.tone. Ur.MUIericar.M ongb i M m erleavttyoo petent workman, one of hie prinripaK job! in this vldnity being the maaom. work on th» new plant of the Orange- Eleotrio Company att this place, at tba^ night; the work being performed in a very impress Mr.and Mi burgh this week to see Mr. Terwilliger's father, who is seriously ill. Mrs.' Etta R. Flynn made a flying trip to Monroe Tbnrsday, retnrning to Ra- Basket Ball Tonight. The beneflu Basket Bail game a t the at the Opera House this, Thursday eve­ ning will surely attract a large crowd. The proceeds are for the benefit of the regular players 0 : the contestants tl After inspecting the display of Easter millinery on the streets Sunday,an ofifice hoys says all tbe change he can see in len’s hats since last season is that Tbnrsday, retnrning ti vena Friday. She came to Monroe to recover a bank certfloate which she lost some time ago. Sanders McOlnre is visiting his bro­ ther Thomas for a couple of weeks. Dr. Wm. V. Levy, one of our old Hon- le boys has been appointed on the honse ------ lio Company a __ completion of whlob tbe company sented him with a fine gold watch. The Next Soda! Events A book social will be held in the lec­ ture room of the Presbyterian Ohnrok ok Friday evening, April 24. Eachpersma. is requested to dress to represent t i m title of a book. No prizes will be glveB,. bat tefreshmente will be served during; the evening. of the Monroe A. A. and its this evening are the Bro­ wns vs. the Bines. . The teams are well matched and only ’ amateurs wiU contest. The line-up is as ‘o Monroe follows— B lues ; Oharles Oorbetf:, Bayard Car­ penter, Charles Docks, centre, Ezra H. Welling, Ellsworth Merritt, staff of the Paterson General Hospital, have turned the kitoben around so Mrs, Mary McOlnre is spending a fev weeks visiting her thee daughters a Ravena, Uroton-on-Hudson and Pitts- Oorrespondents will kindly notify na when ont of stationery or other supplies. faces tbe street, and put the front porch in the back yard. Some of them have had another story of brick added to the chimney and reshingled with expen- i, Frank Rog­ ers, substitute. B kowhs : Ford S. Relyea, John Mo Gimpsey, Zael Paddleford, centre, John Oooley, William Rake, Ira Smith, Dr, Micks, osteopathic physician, will make professional visits to Monroe on Tuoadays, Thursdays and Saturdays, Honrs 8 to 11 a. m . Treatment will bw given a t your residence by appolntmsnlr. Acute and obronio diseases iuccesslnll? treated. OoDsnltation free* ohellow at Amts, J, O. McCord. Referee, Dr,C H. Hail, Police, John O’Brien. Game at 8.39. Admission 23 cents. Master Walter Bull of New Rooht is spending his Easter vacation at aunts, tbe Misses Bull, on Maple Ave. Smith <Sn Strebel are sole agent# for th# Charles A. Cyphers Mods! laonlHitofc* and Brooders. *

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