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Ramapo Valley gazette. (Monroe, Orange County, N.Y.) 1908-1912, March 22, 1912, Image 3

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V Wkftt L«e«l vf Dw<t m Tktir ReivccttTe FkbU. PRBBBYtERUN. “ FjuitB,\ i« th« topic at Pr«»t>yterian Chutch next Sunday morning, Miaa Penoyer will sing. At the evening meeting the pastor ■will speak on the topic, “ Unpopular Preaching* “ Two weeks from next Sunday morning, the annual offering for the General Assembly Fund will be taki- «n. The apportionment for this church is g20,70. On Thursday evening, March 21, !. P, Eichenberg gave « most in- apent a number of years on these is­ lands in an ofhciai capacity. For a while he was located in Manila, then in different parts of Luzon. During the Japanese'Bnssian war he was in Japan, where he was arrested “ ■ile lie he was in the Oriei teresting illustrated lecture i “ Phillipine Islands. ” at the I terian Church, . Mr, Eich spV. spent nearly In his lecturi Wh he was in th e Orient he nearly three months in China, ire he briefly and enter­ tainingly covered the ground of his sis. Many of the views given G race . C hurch . Rev, J . Holmes McGuiness, rector of Grace 'Episcopal Church, has re­ cently been afforded the signal honor of being appointed visitor to Orange county institutions, under control of the state and county. Judge Hirsch- berg of the Supreme Court, conferred the commission upon the chaplain of the Efarriman family. ^ Sundw will METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Th« music at the M. E. Church vili include the following: Morning Anthera—l Heard 1 Jesus—Gray. Baritone Rnd Alto Duet—Dear to the Heart of the Shepherd—Kirk­ patrick. Evening Anthem—Evening Prayer—Kratz. Hass Solo—The Good f Hext Sunday will be the Isst Sun- of the Conference year and of the present p: The topics of the sermons will the Voice i S hepherd- day sibi: • that Shall Be,” “ The Church in 0 be “ The Woi the morning ani Town,” in the evening. Remember the “ Trip to Ireland,” this Friday evening a t “ The Granite 'omng 1 House. These trips are very popular I and the Irish night will be noon a t Roselawn, and semi-private nature, the having been limited of the bride The marriage of Former Supei of Woodbury, William F. Feri and Miss Hatriet Donna Morriw Michigan took place Wedneeday a fter- d although oi^ a invitationa to a few ftiende and groom outside the diate relaGvea of each, proved a Social and aociety event o f excep­ tional intereat, The ceremony performed in the quaint old eonsei tory of the old homestead promptly atS o'clock, the officiating elergym Rev,. J. Holmes HcGuinnesa betteretter kuownuown ass the Harri- familyamily .pastor.pastor. being R« Chester, b k a t man f . The conserva­ tory had been beautifully decorated for the occasion,occasion, therehere 1eii t b _ abundance of roses everywhere. The bride, who wore a gown of white ailk was attended by her eister Mrs. Ger­ trude Morose and Mrs. James M. Mather, a sister of the groom. She carried a bouquet of smilax and feme. Dr. Henry Ferguson, brother of the room was best man. The bride Was given away by Col- lel Aaron Halstead Taylor, the venerable proprietor who notwithstanding that he has possession been indisposed for a couple of we< maintained his usual self and cheerfulness. The guests who witnessed the cere­ mony included County Judge A. H. P.'Seeger of Kewburgh; Mrs. Jam* Moore of Chicago;igo; Mrs.s. Davidavid Whiihit- ing of Syra Mr D W 8! Mrs. Anna Bailey, R. T. Haxell, Mrs. Henry Ferguson, Mrs, Carolyn Hull off Newew Yorkork City;ity; Dr. and Moore, o N Y C rs. D. H. Sprague, Mr- Fergui chauffeur, Mr. Ellert and Mrs. El Mr. and Mrs, H. P. and Mrs. Joseph V. Sutherland, the chauffeur of Dr. Henry Ferguson and his wife, and all of the groom’s i vants from his Cozzens, :land, le groom’s ser- on Bull Hill, served and partaken of the em] were served with a boun Meantime the bride and mployee inteous : groom IS repast, in receipt of the heartiest congratu­ lations from their friends gathered and an impromptu conversazione took ice for a couple of hours or so in 5 various rooms of the establish­ ment. There was a regular service nd autos to bring away the guests as the hour arrived at which each should depart. During the evening Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson left the groom’s automobile for New Y'ork City, where they may spend a tv days. They will afterwards re­ turn to Mr. Ferguson's mansion on the Clove Valley Road which has been especially prepared for the reception of the bride. S P E C I A L . Tuesday, Wednesday and Tkwsdwr KARCH 26, 27 and 28- From 8 a- m- to 8 ]>. m. dailf In Fowler’s Old Store THBDIX BUItDING <5MONROF„ N. Y. Stock will be disposed o f to save movkig'. BARGAINS IN ALL LIM^ New assortment of Bargains each day REMEMBER THE OATES remember * THE PUCE. Monarch Vacuum* Cleaner Demonstrations Given in Our Store. CLARENCE S. KNIGHT, “REMEMBER THE GUARANTEE\ MONROE, N. Y- See Our Windows. S m O N l i L ^ S D e p a r t m e n t S t o r e s C e n t r a l V a lley* P u r n i t u r e Best Goods. Lowat Prices. Sold for Cash or on Easy Weekly or Monthly Payments 0 excop- The Epworth League service Sun­ day evening will be led by Miss Edna Monroe, and the topic will be “ The .Quality of God’s Forgiveness.” York Conference of Ihurch, to which the sthodist Church belongs, to 24 Ontario St., Y., has recovered from! of k idney! A t the New 4he M ethodist' Monroe Method ;be held in K5ngst( iRev. Bishop Luthi J>„ will preside, tthe ion of Dr. tton next ■ ler B. WiLs Bishop Wilson M. Wiiso altimore C. A. Glossner, Rochester, N. Y-, has a long and severe attack trouble, his cure being due to Fol Kidney Pills. After detailii le he Says; “ I am only sooner of Foley Kidney | ime my back -1 . H- layman, and Vernon Plm Wilson entered the Baltimore Con­ ference in 1878, fiiiing pastorates in Baltimore and Washington and Pre­ siding Elder of the West Baltimore D istrict, when a t the General Con­ ference held in Los Angeles, Cal., in ‘Cted to the episco- prominent physician of Baltimore, Md., and an influential Mothodist and a trustee of the f.lt. Place M. E. Church. Bishop he was eJecl , Bishop Wil preacher, ciear thinker, wise istrator and CUristian brothe is secretary ssident of A»ti-S superintendent Camp Meetio reside! president of of America, Ocean Grove welcome him to the presidency of our Conference. Hjspjey Smith of Oxf erho recently sold his fi Richards of Tuxedo, has pure Sfamuel Lent's fine residence and farm, Jjession Nov. in the Same place. Goods delivered FREE in neighboring towns. Furniture for Any and Ever yPart of the House. It is not necessary to take ex­ pensive Railroad trips to the city to select Furniture, nor is it wise to buy from Mail Order cat­ alogues be^uae you do not know what you are getting, ney j My stock is large and complete i and you can see just what you ^ are buying, know what it costs \ you, and easy terms of payment can be made, and then, i f the ae-1 goods do not prove what I have not learn s Pills. In a few days time my ache completely left me and I fell greatly improved. My kidnej’s be­ came stron.ger, dizzy spoils left me j represented them, I am right and I was no longer annoyed a t j here near you to m a k e it right, night. I feel lOO per cent b e tter un til vo since using Foley Kidney Pills,\ W. H. Fowler. YOU RISK NO MONIT. No sale completed until you are perfectly satisfied. Furniture for the Parlor, Bed Room, Dining Room, Kitchen and Hall. Floor coverings for every part I of the house, including Cprpets, We pay for all the medicine used | Mattings and Linoleums. Uring m trial, if our remedy falls to j Qrders by mail ’ or telephone you of constlpanon. . , f be risk. You are not ob-1 Will receive my prompt and per- llgated to us iu any way whatever. If sonal attention. offn*. could an^hing ^ Accept my personal in' call and ins completely relieve We take all the r you accept offt o be more fair for you7 Is reason why you should hesH lalms to a practlc.al most scIentlHc, f treatment is Kexall Ord Itato to p Agitation ispect my Irirge 1 arc eaten like candy. They are very ; f;:rr'£r.srsnir£;The Candee Mammoth ly. TUey do not c .... . ei-ery w.iy. They d rUoea. uausfia. flatulence, other Sneotivenlence. Rexal griping, or ' ill Grdleriles , A Qiuutef CailHry Before tbe Public. Over five milliou samples given •away each year. The constant and Snereasing sales from samples, proves (the genuine merit of Allen’s Foot- j Base, the antiseptic piwd ahaken into the shoes tot Bunions, Aching, Swollen, feet. Sample FREE. Addi:es3,^ .S. Olmsted, Le Roy N. Y. are particularly good for childreu, aged J and delicate persons. < try Rexail Ordeir | Three sizes. JOc., | Tender A. Incubator is Now Ready for business. Don’t wait for the old hen. Have them ^ hatched jn tfie big machiiie and be sure of early winter layer^. j 4200 egg capacity. Trays $1.00 each. ■ Also Rhode Islaud Red and White Leghorn Eggs for ‘ hatching, 5c each. Yours for a successful season, ’ I L o c u s t D a ir y ITHE ROUND LAKE POULTRY FARM; Wo urge you to ti lies at nmr risk. 25c., and &V. Remember, you can gef , Rexail Remedies In this community ] only at our store—The Re.xall Store, j Rogers Drug Store, G. R, Palen, Mgr., Monroe. i ‘Tw e n ty-five of the m a n y points of SUiRsfiority contained in ‘T h e Free* Machine. jLftjts Longer, Is ;Haa Lfss Vibrat&m, Baaier to Opei Runs Lighter, More Beautiful E G B E R T cTWOSHER, Egbert McElroy, Mgr, cjMONROE, N. Y. lia k ^ -a more perfect stitch, The most powerful Sewing Machine made. More rotary in movement, ■yibrating shuttle. Ball-bearing roto- ,aciilo movement. Automatic thread r:ontroller,Aptomatie tension release, Boritiye selfTBefcting needle (cannot be put In wrong), Short needle, Rigid feed (bearing directly ander feed points) Fositive four-motion Monroe Depot; O. K. Res jecial Bottled Milk, Cream and uttermilk .............................. .... Monroe. itterm delivered t iroiigliout AERATED MILK 6c a Quart ef Iflck*. AntuBitt .vYite krfe” l< the m AI»o #'nlTftntotl for I You jshould see Our Special i machine made by the Free peoj retail* for |24, Guaranteed 10 years. T> A f f T T? t> T S l T MONROE MljfSrC STORE ^ ^ M ONROE, . N .Y .i I do not (Eiaim to have the oldest Fruit bik I Copfect- iofiery store in Monroe, but I do claim to sell gfood goods cheeper than the others. BREAD iu lONROE BAKERY, Honro*, N. Y. •M on I'A m opeamg .— • A 'S S i l Skmo OoQm in Mdmiuy w* <ti*|Haj «H»«M wfMy »4'keatttiNt catFiwuoli at W S R also want you to tw th« ■M>rtiin«t « ( ka^ V tl** In •tiapen, noiwHitw in flo««Mra andiaMcf m trn n m m f M well M many UKutt bmUtifnl hat*-th* bfM^wuril of oor own workroom, gimw day* ^opporloiiity to inspoct oUr halo, wM ri»4fr«ll^'«t. ported braida, tHniwad with rffiwtiv* •Mr.. S tr«>4ia« wbws and oiqatxH* ctMlteMimM; k i# * “ you to niau-h am o dor (wit n* diWw. M w E m k n ^ t h r i n Id-inch embroldori**, now Sfwin* Ndtcnia. Exoidhstt valua—Jt« . >i« M0«, s S t wNdm*. BMntiiiil 37-inch enihroidorioa. o*,» M e, • •«, TfSe, 0 and ffoiiM-h honmtitrb\d or lopodmtgo. Heantiiiil now d**lm«* Very opecial rain* at f d * t» f t yd Ailovor wnbronlrnn- 24 iiichMi woi* AH new patiorna—tOc, S9* m <• t l . M M 40 and 45-iiieh ahnm* at t l . t t iw $»9*- Bmbroidknd Btmdmst An rndloaa aaeoniiM-ni »( ati iv-a pattern* la all width* at Ifttc, I tr . fte ap Iw ft*. Cor$at Coptr EmhrpidMT} Nmw BnttonM A f R^aJy Pearl huUoua, all -dyle* and pnr,- I t ^ d a ^ t e ti.Y t O m . Kaim l)idt<>na in an eudleae vaneii M I O tt m $ K S § . Cryetal biUii<n«, tlm noweet tnin- AdUK nnt—JOc to $ t T$ dbo. N m u G h t M t Arm Hmrm In all mylM, enU.r« and tV- mil the well known and popma, Fownoa. Channt, Bachin-r .\I<>ee«, rt<- $ t to $$ f h t e W r u A tr* am ah.rwbw • now w*ah- UatHo in m kvm m Our prmo M o ydL ^^ow w n p o d N m m f h t i m y H r n d * k MBn, J«ik ’ Fun. IV* h»M« «Miw'IR « l i ’ owdd«»M4P, ; a i S !■»» hf-iiv and w i ; i>r.aitrOMf dluH>dkM«Mrtetl4MA itTi McrntmMmn. r*m. DmA WMin 4Mt | tmiTT LjMPy» I f A ;iSrM#toMo • Tompkins Dry Nm rth M iddhtpm m , N , Y, S f Y I ^ Thm S (0 f0 Thmt S$tt$ C 0 0 H t m J S iB h k in th n C M m NEW Trunks, Suits. C s m s m m I m Traveling Bags w u w O d t W l If You Want a SUIT, DRESS OR A COAT For Easter. Ckime To-day. There are the best of reasons for advlsIiHi this. Among tMtt are these: The varieties are most (x>mplet« right now. Tfeon. too. jf there are alterations to be made, we can have the gamonts ready for you at the week end or before. There's been many extraordinary seasons fw coats, stdto ao$ dresses, but WE have never experienced one llKe this. There has never been a pause? or let up in our WOMEN’S WEAR DEPARTMENT Since the bealnning oflast Autumn’s business. Result:—the big­ gest volume of suit, coat and dress selling, by far, that we have ever done. There must he reasons for all thls~and there are. It can be summed up In four words: Quality, Price. Service, F it! A careful inspection of our ready4o-wear garments will convince our patrons that we start this season with rigid adherence to our L O W B S T P R I C E S Consistent with a fair business profit. And remember, loo. the al- teratlons cost you nothing and you have the advantage ttfthcffwigh* ly capable Utters and alteration talent. Experienced S/Ien-Tailors for Coats Talented Seamstresses f<Mr Dresses or Skirts. J. V. DEMEREST DRY 4 4 - M t M k S t . u m n m n

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