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Ramapo Valley gazette. (Monroe, Orange County, N.Y.) 1908-1912, December 13, 1912, Image 1

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/ 1 ' ^ Let their Usefulness be your Guide in Buying Xmas Gifts That pt-rplexing question—what to buy—is very easily solved. Buy useful J likes Candy and will surely enjoy a box of our specially-packaged holi- That solves that problem. A box of our choice, give him much greater pleasure give him. of pleasure and usefulness out of a box of in holiday packages, ler gifts a visit to our store will s' He smokes, doesn’t he? fresh Cigars will appeal to him far than almost anything else you Either she or he will get a Stationery. We have a big assortmer and many oth( will please, even though the ones who receive them may get otl because they always can be used. G. R. PALEN, Mgr. A SUGGESTIVE AD One full of good si aetical nature, remini fact, the kind of gifts thoughtl d in New York City on Novembi omen of \The restions for that Christmas gift. g They are all of a recipient of you each day throughout the year, htful people are now advocating, as demonstra- ■mber 15th, by the organization by prominent Society for the Prevention of Useless Giving.” FOR HIM. I pers, hosiery, arctics and rubbers for I him too. Slippers are, of course, i leptable and practical gift ining as they do comfort and ser-j A full line of slippers, including the ovlce. In both black and tan kid and well-known \Cumfy from which to $2. ^ i choose the one most acceptable. Noth- a “ Gift ing will be appreciated more. In felt, 1 colors, and black kid, from 65c to r high cut, at 85c to osiery, more than any for Utility,” is the choice y other ‘ selection is \Everwear.” with its nix months darnless wear. Could anything box of $1.50. of! We have “Everwear’' hosiery be women also, at 25c, 35c, 50c and moat modern and best appointed in ] county, was formally opened to public Monday morning. The Knight building, in which it is located, is one of the neatest in the town, in fact, the new office as a whole, interior an.d exterior, is far ahead of many in larger towns than Monroe. The post office room is large and affords ample r( waiting purposes, and the accom­ modation and convenience of all. Everything in the furniture and equipment is new, and has been purchased by Postmaster Knight, in compliance with Uncle Sam’s latest specifications. The mail mat­ ter was moved from the old office Saturday night, and everything s put in place and arranged for the opening. 'The mail boxes, 480 in all, include 150 call boxes and 330 combination lock boxes and drawers, e lock boxes being the kind that ck themselves automatically. A visit to the new place will make you think you are stepping in one of Uncle Sam's city establishments, as Mr. Knight has left nothing out and has the neatest and beat appointed office in the county, when you take into consideration the size 1—but this is to pleted. Christm! of all the year” is almost on us. shopping early. poration rooms this Friday even- There will be an important meet­ ing of the Monroe Lyceum Saturday evening in the office of T. F. B. Car­ penter. H. R. Gemmill of Middletown, is doing the painting and decorating foi F. W. Popple, at his fine new home near Monroe. C. S, Knight Company have taken with a basket. Walden two. Wei ling, came back with one. i Walden caged another. The score 1 at the end of the first half was 6-4 in Orange Hose favor In the second half thp the contract to steal npany h ,m heat one of the large buildings on William Craw­ ford's property near M.onroe, Where can you beat Monroe for a town of 1,200? You will go a ways before you find such lights, streets, in genoral. the Monroe- ;he Schunne- in this half. Although to Monroe fans the final score looKB onesided, the 'Walden people were well pleased, as\ the Orange Hose team has been up much ' scores. and modem features The contra Chester Stat« wear. Could anything be ^ women also, at 25e, 35e, 50c and 75c ptable? In Egyptian cotton. 1 the pair, or by the box, guaranteed, cashmere and silk, per pair, 25c, 35c,! Egyptian cotton, silk lisle, and silk, and 50e. Per box of six, $1.50, $2 00. j Other lines at 1.5c to $1.00 the pair, pectivel; has occasion to be -out Car] It this is in line with the spjrit of Monroe’s men of Postmaster Knight dias a right to, id does, teel proud of the place. With the ceptable, and at $1.50 to S3.00. $1.50, three pair, respectively. Other! A most acceptable gift-silk hosiery, lines of finest cotton and lisle at 10c, * If she 15c and 25c; wool ]5c, 25e and 50c. Arctics are both practical and iml we carry a complete 3 $. Al.so rubbers and, $2.00 the pair, felt boots, those warm rubbers, and' Evening slippers in satin, kid or high and regular cut shoes. j patent colt skin. Make a very dainty I gift and one that she will delight in. FOR THAT BOY. j 52.1,0. 52.25 and $2.50. Also shoes, We have a full line of high cut shoes, j everyday and for dress occasions, the thing he will like best, at $2.23, | FOR THAT GIRL. exception adminitstrations li rp enter was postmaster, and that Benjamin Harrison, when B. F. Montanye held the office, the local postmastership has been in the Knight family since 1861, when the late C B. Knight was appointed by President Lincoln, and continued to hold it until the present incumbent was appointed in 1880. dler; Janitor, t shoes, I “ ; $2.23, j $2.50 and $3.(.H). Also regular, both j a . complete line of shoes, slippers, heavy and for dress, from $1.00 to $2.50. hosiery and arctics a t prices you will For the little fellow,” can you think.approve of. of anything which will be ‘ * please than a pair of rubber boots? I „ , , . Then he may wade through snow and‘ slush, causing you r bills. $1.50 to $3.00. We have slip- GAITERS fear of doctor’s “O'* cashmere hosiery. POLISH BRUSHES Oil]? S ufitiuRat Doremus Block. - - - _ JVIonroe, N. Y FIREMENS OPERA HODSE Saturday, December 14th Vion’s Motion Pictures The Best that can be procured A Great Lau^hin^ Show. Prices lOc and :20c Wednesday, Dec. 18 “Ford\ Kelyea says this Show is better and cheaper than SmoKing'. COMPLETE CHANGE OF PROGRAMi Christmas Goods on sale in two stores. See large adv. One store on Lake Street and one on Main Street. Our Lake Street store has a large assortment of Candy, Cigars, Toys, and plenty of nice things to brighten the Holidays for old and young. Our Main Street store is filled mostly with Toys, and v/ith the two stores we have an assortment equal to many stores in the larger towns. Our 10 cent Candies are bargains. There will be n three-act comedy drama entitled “ Higbee of Harvard” presented by the Young People's Union of the Monroe Presbyterian Church in Firemen’s Opera House on Tuesday, December 17th. The cast of characters is as follows: Watson Higbee, Barlow W. Shuit; Hon. D. Withrow, Wescott Turner; Lorin Higbee, William Stadleraan; sre Dalryraple, Otis Medland; ir,Herbert M. Cox; )w, Mildred Riogeluth; nines, Ruth Welling: llou, Williametta Youngs; ilvlna Meddigeew, Emily Mapes. Synopsis of acts: Act 1 - Lawn a t the Withrow home; Act 2— Drawing room a t Withrow’s evening le day; Act 3—A mil ‘ Higgins, the c Nancy Withrow ladge Mrs. Balh in Compj ceased work on the road until spring opens. Ewdnrd Garrison who recently had his hand injured while working on a car a t the Monroe Garage, is around town and the bruised members are coming around alrignt.'^ The Monroe P e ll^ship Club met on Monday m g h t ^ d re-elected the following ofliews: President, Ferris Starr; Secretary, Ed. O’Brien; Treasurer, John Schindh Lewis Pilgrim. The jury in the case of Alexander Stewart of Tuxedo, a contractor, against the Newbury Mfg, Co. of Monroe, brought in a verdict Supreme Court, Newburgh, last Friday, in favor of the plaintiff, of Last Sunday morning, as Thomas Grotty, with his mother and sister were returning from church services in Monroe, Peter L. Smith, 2d, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith, near ?n, on a wheel, collided with the rig in front of Rogers Drug Store. No harm was done, though the par­ ties were quite some scared, The Newburgh Dail ionday printed an ex< Rev. J. J, Henry, pastor Methodist Church for over four years. Mr. Henry was last week tendered a call to tho Chelsea Me­ thodist Church Nev/ York City, a t a salary of $1,600 a year. After care- lideration Mr. Henry has cided to remain in Monroe. rules, whii and a two-man play, the game was rather rough, yet a friendly foelinR prevailed throughout. Manager Morris expects to book the Walden team to play at Monroe next month, when the Independents say they will redeem themsoJves. At the da for j'ury duty at Newburgh Wednes­ day. Mr. Newbury was excused. 3. Floyd B, Hall at- iquerade Ball given by Newburgh, December dance after the game enjoyed themselv* tion of Rogers married men. pired the g the boys ves, with the and Bryan, Harvey Man game. Jersey Eager, t, John Hunter, Henry ■ '■ ‘li liam )rge Todt, John Hunl iijorf, R. Gildersleeve, Wil ffin and Joe Griffin accompanied the team to Walden. Tuesday night, Dec. 17, tlio In- dependqpt Five will go to New Wind- id play tho Columbia Five of that place, and Thursday night, Dec. they come to Monroe on a roturn I. This team is light but very le ball all last Indopen- Mr. and Mrs. T. P. B. Carpenter 1 e visiting Herbert S.Carpenter and \ family a t Yeddo, Pa, 1 Mias Sara Davey has returned home affer spending a month with her cousin, Mrs, Nat. Talmadge, Mayor Paddleford was called back r j'ury duty al iwbury was excu Mr. and Mrs. Floyd B. Hall ended the Masi the Elks. Miss Hazel Mack visited friends in New York City during the past week, and while there took in the play ‘‘The Whip.” J. D. Rogers and daughter, Lem •f Harpersfield, De‘ iregory. Mrs. I . L. Shaw and Mrs. Albert illoway on Wednesday enter the Afternoon Euchre Club at rmer's home, Mrs. Galloway being indisposed was unable to share her part as hostess. W. by iravtitf i warning b_ , and lantern and » victim did not seam to sf* ■ ... -ed * ■ ■ death. him and stepp on to body was taken to the Mi d Dr. Hali summoned, wlie, amination, said that the snider, the ribs and left leg 1 broken and crushed, and that had been almost instantaneei J meantime Coroner Hi tiffed of the affair and w He leg the scene. Mr. Ro| 'sfield, Del. Co., are guest ind Mrs. J. B, Gregory brother of Mri Kamined ordered i t to be taken _ __ lertaker George Hull, who, Craigvilie home. identity of Mrs. to!k*^the iTi Coroner w as# in the evenir rille h( ir family was notified a ^ the band and a aon came over panied the body home. that and played New Year’s Eve t Five play in Montice dent Five play in M The line-up Saturday was as fol- was a recent caller ;ing his hotel property Island Lake. He reported lad been seriously but was on the Ind. Fivi Welling Position H P Baskets—Ro; Oram 1, Ing 1, Ors ge Hose Dawson igers 2, Bryan 1, Well- , Olivia 6, Shecklea 1, Haight, jwho, with hi wife, is spending the winter in Ridge­ wood, N. J., was a recent caller in town, inspi at Round I that Mrs. Haight hi with pneumonia, end.' Mrs. Elwood Smith and Mrs. Ros- coe Smith will entertain the Wed- n Euchre Club at its ?, Wedni rs. Albert Galloway L. Shaw entertained account of Mr. removing to Chester. 'm d A - ......... --------------- I t M the mission of the d«ad IS to see William Boyd o f 1 stion flupervisor and ritief m a Erit Railroad, fa I re*instat«ment of her emi m srator for that company. It • It the aon, for aomo f i m hit poaition with the the aon, i weeks ago and tha mother her way to intercado fwt At an Inqueat,, held TnsMdAf wee*»--j Monroo Heve« t t It'’';* ternooner I tsday Aft sxt regular meeting, Wednesday of week, at the home of tho for- Mrs. Albert Galli Mrs. 1. L. S club this week, and Mrs. Shaw o’clock the Coroner de«id«d tlwt Hw ’; death was purely aeddeetal ami cordingly granted tor of the Mon- of same day; Act 3—A mining camp in Montana, five months later. There will be dancing after the show. The chart for the sale of tickets is at Riegeluth’s drug store. benefit School. [osoff, the photo; and Miss Grac Riegeluth’s drug si 3 play is being staged for efit of the Presbyterian Sunday Monroe, daughter of Peter Cooper, Arden, N. Y., wore quietly marrieu by Jus­ tice J. B. Gregory in'Mp^roe on No- rapher of s epbper. vember 29th, in the jlresence of Geo. A. West and James M. Daly, and Mrs. Rosoff are now residing i Arden hut intend commencing housi i». Monroe early i the start it seemed there be more than halt a dozen baskets eeplng a fast one, nndi at vould not trick of throwing i on the pond to try the ice. You can soon get your skates out and over­ hauled as there will be lots of good skating this season. Don’t forget the local stores showing one of their greatest Christ­ mas displays this year. There is need of going out of town to do yo Christmas shopping when you can just as well in Monroe. Brie claim agents from Port Jer­ vis were in Monroe Tuesday taking scene of the acei- Past Masters Night at Standard Lodge There was a large gathering of Masons in attendance at Standard e No. 711, Monday night, it be- ’ast Master’s night and all the s being filled with Worshipfuls. Messrs. Olaf Hansen, of Chester, and E.B. S’oddard of Central Valley e made M. M’s,'a f te r which .urnment was token to the I ; . The following were he I pnquet the offi ' ing offiicals of the road, ig their made a fif- j degree: ^ hipful Master, Worshipful Bro Jicholas Demarest, of Chest* j teen minute stay in town the same day, putting in their time principally in looking over the new station sitr uation. Most of us are helping other people accumulate fortunes. Become a fortune builder your- your own fortune, not someone Demarest, of Chester, of the few charter members still ; senior warden, Worshl] ither J. R. Sutherland warden, Worshipful Paterson; treasurer, Won Brother Charles Cooley; -Seci Worshipul Brother Jesse Bull; chap­ lain, Worshipful Brother Z. Paddle dent Five. The final score to 20. The first half wound up w ith score of 11 to 6. Marvin, substi­ tuted for Welling, made good with two baskets in the first half and four in the last. McCruddon„ of Yonkers, did most of the caging tor his team, ^with two fouls in the bar- made in the entire game, clean a game vious one played with Five, but Monroe won, what we want. Line-up. Monroe Position Yonkers Marvin L F Holla Oram R F McCruddeu Center Nnrr L G Major R G Henney. Baskets.—Marvin, 6; Oram, 4; Rogers, 2; Bryan, 1; Smith,4;hulla, 2; McCrudden, 6; Narr, 1; Foula -Oram, 1; McCrudden, g. Don’t forget the basket ball game n Friday evening at the Firemen’s Opera i.ouse between the Tqxedo and Monroe Boy Scouts, jA9ten-VAnD«ime. Wednesday evenini years to a day, lour, from the time be ftrat b« iquainted wlt>r^ his future MonVoe, and iiidea the uQsbi rvived by four ^ illiam and llolloy, TI ms ' IkMMt- II held Thunday metninc « * ! # « • d m., in St. Columbe Chimdk The interment wa« b f t . Cemetery. came acquainted w l^ ^ h bride, Alvin Janien of Mo Miss Mary G6b|e, jmly daughter of Mr. and M r s .f^ h n VanDuyne of Newark, N. J., were united in the bonds of matrimony, Tho ceremony was solemniaed in the spacious and handsome residence of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Young, uncle and aunt of the bride, on Maple Avenue, Monroe, in the presence of a few of the re­ latives and friends of tho contracting ig, exactly osa THS G f T M t m almost to _____ _ iptly at six o’clock, the bridal entered the parlors to the Idiug march from Lohengrin, played by Miss Bi Merritt. Taking their appoi places they were made man and by Rev. J. J, Henry, pastor of Monroe Methodist Church, the im- ring service of the Metbo- embroidered voile, bouquet of white carna- orge Prlee^ fe r a years a reaidettt o f liewrae, the Pateraea G tn m l MoapHaO ' day night, while a m i tb t t» m an operation fev a tnngaM a i h aged 07 years, 6 moRtlw a m i W i Deceased is survived by ea« b living in Goehen, and oae afab . Albert Galioway, of was taken to Warwirit Iq ker Ellsworth M erritt, _____ funeral aervlcea were held TlaBniqif O at 1.30 P. M. The intemoBt , in the Warwick cemetery. Delia M. Cook, wife of lok, of Monroe, died on W«|Mae- i day, December 11, at the Stato Haa* pitai, Middletovra. where she I mi I been a patient for the tw» years. She was 52 years old. Be- 3 charmingly attired in by five aistOTse- nk of Mantaeck* and carried Her going away gown was of brown. After the ceremony and the con­ gratulatory wishes of all, the com­ pany vcaa invited to the dining room, where they enjoyed a most sumptuous supper. The table decora- re of white carnations, and ased is survived by rs. Blanche Bronk Conn.,Mrs. Hattie Payne of Pta^iayl- inia, Mrs. Frank Rider ' t Rider of Mot s and Mrs. £rai Also by her husband. Funeral vices will be held Saturday at Monroe M. E. Church at t P. Rev. J . J. Henry to officiate, terment in the shipful land; junior pother Johi orshipfu Bcretary d Sunday last waxen. parents lacon. Worshipful junior deacon. self, y else's. Frank W. Relyea, Lake Street, Monroe ter Buil( first of tha year and fortune started. A dollar 8 month for twelve years put you in possession of a fortune of 1200, two dollars a month $400, five dollars a month $1,000, and so on, Don't put the matter off but £ inge with the Secretary of sociatiofi RIGHT NOW t( the first of Ja fortune. “PATERSON 748 ” Continve to telephone as above or call at my Paterson ofiicc for up-to-date information as to automobile routes and road con­ ditions in any part of the country. Also for best lines of Life, Accident and Automobile Insurance, JAMES MADDEN, Insurance Specialist NEW YORK ADDRESS: 20 VESEY STREET Join the Warwick, Monroe & Ghes- : & Loan Association the jet your laving of one take stock fanuary and stapt that viokiMonri & Loan As Chester Buildln ssociation. B. p, Eiehenberg, Sec. One more week in which to sft for those Christmas photos at Doremus’. Sunshine Butter Thins at Z, Pad. dieford & Son. Doremus, photographer, is open all day Sunday until Christmas. The Gift of today is the heirloom of tomorrow. Make your selection at Rogers Jewelry Department. 41 3t rshipful Bi ford; senior den Brother R. Patterson; junior ( Worshipful Brother H. M. More senior master of ceremonies, Ipful Brother W. B. Tench; junior master of ceremonies, Wor^ shipful Brother H, S. Roe; mar lall, Worshipful Brother O, Eichen' berg. Visiting brethern from Loril lard Lodge No. 858, of Tuxedo,were: ight Worshipful Brother E, ( ashmore, District Deputy Grai Master of this district; Joseph F. ihnson, George M. Horton, D. R. ihoonover, R. E. Husted, C, joley, Grand Lecturer and a Past aster of both Standard and Loril- lard Lodges, and E. B- Bgcraft, Other visting brethern v/ere I Dr, Walter G. Hiaemann, Long Island Lodge No. 382; Rev. J, J. Henry, Hudson River No. 607; H. S. Day- ton, Goshen No. 65; J, E. V/ard, Ramapo No. 5S9; J. R. Bertholf, Lodge of the Temple No. HO, Jersey City; Q. U. Smith, Prospect No, 24, Chester, N.J. Dr. Rushmore of Tuxedo, made his official v isit at thjs meeting of Stan­ dard. Dayton and Tannery furnished special music during the evening. It was a night of unusual inicrtst enry Winters passed with his aunt at Lackaws Miss Gladys Cox < was at tho home of Mon-oo last Sunday. Howard Dayton of Qosb in Monroe on business Thui ternoon. A. W. Rich of Harriman, ■ spent Sunday with friends in town. Qshon, lursday Charles N. Winters of Washing- tonville, was at the home of his p ar­ ents over Sunday. Frank Oram of Centr.^1 Valley, spent Sunday with his friend, Doe Morris, at Corbett’s Maple Cotlai in tov/n. Rev. J. J. Henrv and v;ife sp' Saturday last in New York City, Erie depot is nearly is attracting quite n. It is to closed •iiderable attention, combination express and passengei station, the east end for ex small freight, and the west use of the passengers. Concrete taining v/alls for the building now completed, and tho work grading the property and finisE huHding is beii wedding very pretty. Later, the happy couple left by auto for Harriman, where they took Erie train for parts unknown for ihort honeymoon. Upon their re truji they will commence housekeep­ ing in a house already furnished, Franklin Avenue. The groom is a native of Monti- cello, hut for several years has been empl ,ye-d as a carpenter by W. B. Tench, the contractor. Ho member of Standard Lodge, a both well and favorably known to most of our readers. The bride abso has made many friends in Mon­ roe, where she has been a :requent visitor at tho home of Mr, .ai Those present a t the wedding ec mony on -Vodnesday evening included Mr. and Mrs. John VanDuyne son, Edward, «f Newark and the lowing from Monroe: Mr. and Mrs. George E. Young and ' daughter, ither, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. 'Tench, r. and Mrs. Frank R. Taylor, Mr. d Mrs, Ellsworth M erritt and daughter, Bessie, Mr. and Mrs. Roe Pilgrim, Miss pW b a Lewis, Peter Young and J . B. Gregory. latarday a t the irritt, funeral dimtiHr- Oeorge Starr, a former retidlMit between Monroe ame [ills, died In New Yofll ch at * F. M„ to officiate. Ia­ in the Monroe cemetatyt Mei of the sectic Highland M...„............... .. City on Monday, of pneumonia, e»ly ^ being sick a few days. He was years of age. He is survived b f * one aon, E. L. Starr of Fox Avetmev Bronx, N. Y. City, at brboae the funeral services wet# held Wed­ nesday evening at 8 o’clock. Tb# body was brought to Monroe on 11 A. M. train Thuraday, mnd tke Interment was in the Cemetery of ‘ the Highlands, Highland Mills- Dndertaker Ellsworth M erritt I hk I large. Mrs. Brewster of Monroe, a sister-in-law of the deceiaaed. a f Ir. .and Mrs. ■ With the new post oflSee opened. F.ris station rapidly neerin# etion, new homes going ------ and general remi •lusiness places in mind, i ____ . as if Monroe is one of the booeter going up ^modeling completi' town and general towns of Orange county. Keep i» improvementsprovements on ellll eidee. nind the im on e i mlk to your neighbors about them, S3 i t all helps. Monroe is aunt loot­ ing up some. Try ‘‘Takoma Bi coit,” Sc tA. % Z. Paddleford * Son. m Xmas post cards Drug Store. Doremus, phofgraphor, day Sunday until Chrlatn FOR RENTAL.—Six room he-uso. each—Regers , is open, all her a box of Park & Til r a beautiful bottle of per 1 8t for Masons, and a very pleasant oc-1 iroprovements; Franklin S tr e o t.- Mrs. Minnio McLaughlin. Give her fume.—Rogers Drug Sto>-e, “ Gifts for Utility,*‘~ “ The Foot- Give him a pipe. In cases, $1 to $3.™Kogera Di«g Store. 4i 3t Hydrot Cakes a t Z. Paddleford &_ Sec that suggestive adv. of Footwear Shop. ” One more week in whieb to •11'^ those Christmas photos « Tortc Lenses. “ The d#^ epr^ he Toric i«na eiiminates •eflectiens from tlto back of.*l» k itid gives a wider angle ef im ipi :iomein and let ut deteonatiK^-e Rogers famlty Defercanwl. 4$yl-,

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