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THE HONESDALB CITIZEN : THUUSDAY MOLDING-, SEPTEMBER 24. 1008,
Bailors nod rublUneii
K. A. 1'UNIMl.
THUItsnAY MOHNWQ. BKIT. i!4, 1008.
WM. IJOWAUI) TAFT, of Otilo.
roB vice rnmniKNT,
JAUDJ H. HHiSUMAN, ol Hew Vutk.
ron sltctom at laihie,
MOItltlS I CLoriUEIt, ot Philadelphia,
llKNJAMIN r. JONK-, Jr., of I'lttsburR,
rnn jnixia or scraatnn court,
WM. I. POflTKH, of Allegheny.
CUAlll.KH O. I'JtATT, of Buiquehann.
rOK STATE SENATOR
SJAMUEL W. HOFFOUU, of Carbon.
W. E. I'KItUAW. of Mount Pleasant.
tl. LEK BUAMAN, of Honesdale.
TOR PBOTnOKOTART, ETC,
WALLACE J. BAUNKH, of Berlin.
ron ncairTEU and becoriier,
ALFflRD O. ULAKK, of Bethany,
rOR OODKTT OOHMIMIONEBA,
J. K. IIOImBKOK. of Efiuinunk,
TI10UA8 li MADDEN, of Dreber.
ron OOUKTT AUDITOR,
ARTUUll W. LAHIlAUEK.ol Starucca,
W. UltOCK LE8UER,of HUtliDg.
ron msTBicT attorn et,
MYRON E. 81UONB, ot llonesdatr.
TO OTJB EEADEE8.
Tub UonraiiAUt Citiien baring been
disposed ot to Tbo Citiscn Publishing
Company, tbo relation of Wilson &
Ponnlman to tbo paper, as proprietor,
publisher and editors, oeaoes with this
On September 17, IB 14, K. a Ponnl
man togas tbo publication of tb
"ooeadalo Democrat." He continued
its publication until September 2, 1837
wben bis son, Edward A. Penniman,
became a partner, and tbe publication
was continued under tbo name ot V. B.
Penniman & Bon until August 25, 1858,
when tbo son becamo sole proprietor.
On February 18, 1801, tbe paper was en
larged in eizo, and its name changed to
"Tbe Republic". In the summor ot 18C8,
a ono half interest in tbo paper was pur
chased by "Tbe Wayne CitiEon Associ
ation," an unincorporated body com
posed of prominent Republicans ol
Boncsdalo ; and on Juno 18th the paper
was enlarged to its present sico and its
namo changod to "The Wayno Citizen,"
and with J. C. Wells as editor. Mr.
Wells remained for a few months, and
on May 27, 18C9, J. 1). l'yott becamo ed
itor. In November following Mr. Py ott
retired. In May, 1870, Henry Wilson,
who far tho preceding two years had
published a paper to Ilazleton, Luzerne
counfy, became senior editor. Bince
that dato tho paper has been published
by Wilson & Penniman. Tho indefinite
localization of tho titlo "Wayne' was
found a eourco ot some inconvenience,
and on Juno 13, 1873, tbe word "Hones
dale" was substituted, and tbe paper
has since been published as "Tub
H ORBS DALE CmZIH.''
Thus, with the succossivo changes of
name and ownorsbip abort) noted, tbe
paper is now in its sixty-fifth year.
In politics. Tub Citizen has been firm
In its advocacy ot Republican princi
ples, and baa given an unwavering sup
port to the candidates ot the party. Ai
tbe same time, it has treated its oppo
nents with fairness and courtesy, and
giver! them such credit as appeared due
themi DuriDg the party dissensions ol
recent years, it baa stood as tbe repre
sentative of tho Republican "Old
Guard, " and contended against tho the
ory that tbe party could gain in strength
or derive any real benefit from placing
Democrats In office through tbe defeat
of ita-owu cttHilitfaTey- .
We sever with regret tbo bond that
baa so long connected us with our
readers, and must bere express our
sincere appreciation ot tbe support and
encouragement they have extended to
us, and of tbe aid given us by our pains
taking corps ot correspondents. As
to tho reasons for quitting tbo editorial
obair, tho chief one is to bo found in our
strained relations with Anno Domini,
In its annually recurring visitations,
Doth editors are well past tho acriptur
al working time limit of three ecoro
years and ten ; and while wo recognize
tbe advantages of a semi-weekly organ
of tbo party, wo uo longer feel equal to
tbe increased burden wbicb its manage
ment would impose on us. Uenco we
chocrfully give placo to tboso bettor able
to undortako tbo labor, and bespeak for
them tho cordial support of tho party,
K. A. PBSNIMAH.
Orover Cleveland's Views.
Ex-Preslilent Cleveland, a short time
before his death, began the preparation
of a series of papers on the political situ,
atloo, only one of which he lived to ooui
plete. This lias since been widely pub
lished, anil Is well worthy of considers
tlonas the view of oue'wbo, after el(?bt
years of the Presidency, bad no further
polltloal ambition. In relation to candi
dates, and to the orgauliatlou mid read
justment of parties, he said :
"When it beoHiue apparent that Mr,
Tnft would lie tho nominee of Ills party,
that Mr. Hearst ur ' bis party would
iiiHku a iilenii-eiit i ' t for emiilucetueut
as u iiHtloutil fiietor iintl lint endeavor to
Kiilll I'll)' lluilleillHteuilv. limine lur llli'lu
tiV UllV Slioll lirilOI-Ht, III, fllsiOll 111
fact, would seek to destroy llr uiilsm, or
rutlier Mr. llrvun's hold uu the Demo
crat patty, not by toroini: the hold to
relax, but by lessening that which he
uaa to iioiu conjecture ns iu iuv inuu
IntliM November eleotloueoolildlie of tiut
one sort iiuiouir sensible men. With the
several other imrtles dUorgnnlzliiK, re
developing mid proureutlui:. the Itepuu
IIoh.ii l.urU l certain, tliuimti with u ouu
sttlenilily lesseued strength, to move on
to it lain victory sustntueu uy t Im popu
lar support of reforms which should not
redouu;' to Its glory solely, thorn reforms
having liueu tue worK ol Ueoeut luen ol
Ai-toour policy toward our outlying
jiossessious, mid Mr. Till I'd itiiililloutloiib
In the premises, lie a)e '
"Dwelling on the uiiwImIoiii of nreiua-
tnrely itciiiilrlug coluuleH In lutuous ; the
imtloiml duty Is uulther to lu-lp tliore
colonleH for tlimr expiuitutiou u.ir to cuvi
them oil to avoid the bunlen of their n-
iouklbllltleii. The iurtiuut luvolveu
are no more matter to tie burrowed
throuiili the mill ol politics thuu is the
policy of the I'anmun ChiihI sumetliliiK
to be tUuuird either us Itepubllcau or
"Tliepii tiuettlous are fruitful of troulil
and perturlmtloii, anil the primary re
qulslte of the niHU or meu who iuuit ileal
with them Is an iibuiiditiit kuowleilt-e ol
the people of the out-!) Ilii; domain. '1'hal
Ur, lull is pofeseeaeu ol tins KliowiiHie
as Isuo.ithermali In Iheooiliilry islntrdl)
to bedeuled : urauted tlmt he lum had ex.
iraordluary opportunities, he ban shown
himself able to Improve tbose opportnnl
n In munnsr which It Is not extrava-
caut to say will be bis broadest olalui so
far to enuuriog lamo wneu tut, nuiiiD vis
ual distortion of the present and oppor
mnhii haveclven olase to the Inex
orable perspective of history In whloh
the relative values of pnb.'e deeds to
uii.iu .inilKa Rre oouiiileteli' ularllled and
announced to posterity. Tne rulser and ,
mlsrortnoe wnicn an iKuorniu or oosu
nate administrator, no tuatter how high
the ethical standanl of his motives, conld
.tail mion our wards of the Pacllls and
Caribbean are appalllUK to contemplate;
were his adiutinsiraiiou in oe hi iriiic iu
any other particular, In those things Mr.
Tail's record shows him to be entirely
And the ex-President further says,
with respeot to Mr. Talt's character and
experience : ,
"There Is fear on mj part of being inls
nuderstood In what 1 am shout to say,
hut surelr the falr-wiuded man must re
alize when becouslders my atll'.udo to
ward my own party, all now a matter of
Immutable record, that It Is prompted by
a sense of simple fairness. Personally
and olllclally 1 navo had the opportunity
of knowing many things concerning- Mr.
Taft that were not a matter of geuernl
knowledge, and with a keen Interest 1
have watched bis large share In tbe con
duct of out national affairs iu very ri
cent years, ills excellence as a federal
judge iu Cincinnati Is something not to
tie unuereslimateu ur uvereuipuaeizen,
for should be oouie to the Presidential
chair the dualities which made him a
judge ot high ability, whloh 1 know bhu
to have been, will ue (lie most neeaiul
to him as President ot tbe United Utates.
ills blirh Ideals of boDesty and of rela
tive Justice, bis great eapaclty for severe
labor, and bis humorous wisdom In tbe
face of tbe serious problem are attributes
equally valuablo and commendatory to a
people seeking hlni In whom they may
repose the trust of their collective Inter
ests while they turn their Increased at
tention to If eir pressing Individual di
uiandr." Bryan Venus Jefferson anil Jackson.
Col. Ilryan, In his Denver platform.
and later In bis speeohes, administers a
stern rebuke to Jefferson and Jaokton,
which would make tboso exemplars ot
Democracy writhe with humiliation, It
they could hear It. In his platform, ho
begins In this wise :
"W nondemo as a violation of tbo spirit
of our Inttltulloos tbe aellon of tbe preaent
Unlet Executive In uilnjt tbe patronage of
bis htcb oniee to steuru tbe noinlnatlnu fo,'
tbe Presidency of one of bis Cabinet omrers.
A loroea succession in tne rretiaenuy Is
scarcely leu repuguant lo public sentiment
tban Is life tenure In tbat ofltce. No i:cod
Intention on tbe part of the Executive and
uo virtue In tbe one selected cuu justify tbe
establltbaienl of a dyuasty. Tne ilgbtot
Ibe people to freely select their onieials Is
Inalienable and can not be delegated."
And In his speech at Carnegie Hall,
New York, last Friday evening, Hept.
18th, be thus ooutluues :
Tbe present oamDalen Dresenta another
tendency of tbe Itepubliodo party namely,
to substitute a PresldenUalsuceestor for tbe
Democrnllo plan ot popular selection. Tbe
President felt It his duty to select a ltepub.
Ilcan uoinluee. and havtui: reaubed the. oun-
cluilon tbat be ought to select such a nomi
nee, be brought tbe Intlueneeof his great
office to bear in bebalf of the candidate of
bis personal choice, und Is now using his
Influence to secure tbe election of the ciu
didate whom hu assisted In nomloatluir."
In the matters thus charged as ol
feDses, Itoosevelt has, at most, done uo
more than follow the methods of those
distinguished heads of the Demoorutlo
faith, praotlce aud dlsolpllne, Jefferson
and Jackson. Jefferson sucoeeded In
having Madison selected as his suooeseor,
in opposltlou to Mouroe; aud Jaokson
dlotatedthe nomination of Voolinren a
his successor, against the Utld. Tbe de
tails of those transactions, wbiob will be
of Interest at this time, are as follows :
Jefferson, more than a year before the
oloso of bis seoond term, began to em
ploy all his Influenoe to secure tbe nomi
nation of Madison, who bad been his
Secretary of State since hie first Inaugura
tion. At that time, the Presidential can
didate of each party was seleoted by a
caucus ot Its Congressmen. Uu January
10, 1803, Senator Uradley, of Vermont,
who had been President of the party
oauous of 1804, Issued a oall for a caucus
to beheld on the evening of January
23d. The evident purpose ot tbe admin
istration to force the nomination of Madi
son aroused opposltlou, aud Edward
Gray, a Representative from Virginia,
appeared as the prototype of Hryan cry
ing In the wilderness against It. He pub
lished a reply to Mr. Dradley's summons,
In which he said : "I cannot oonseut,
either In an Individual or representative
capacity, to countenance, by my pres
efl.ee, the midnight intrigues of any set
of men who may arrogate to themselves
tbe right, which belongs only to tbe peo
pie, of selecting proper persons to fill the
Important ofQoes of President and Viae
President." In anticipation of tbe eon.
gresslonal caucus, the members ot the
Virginia Legislature held two oauouses
on January 21st ; one of which, consisting
ot 131 members, unanimously voted for
the nomination ot Madison, while In the
other, oonslstlng of CO members, CO voted
for Monroe and 10 tor Madison ; aud each
nominated an electoral tloket. Tbe ao
tton of the congressional oaucus was so
dearly predetermined through Jeffer
son's InQuenoe that most of Monroe's
friends refused to attend, aud Madison
was nominated by 83 votes, to 3 for Mon
roe aud 3 for (ieorge Clintou, of New
lork. A formal protest against the oan
dlduoy of Madison, signed by seventeen
Congressmen of his party, was published,
and for several months serious trouble
was threatened by Mouroe aud bis
friends. In tbe end, however, the Presl
dent's Influence proved toe strong for
them, aud he "sat down on their heads ;
partly by holdlug out the expectation
that Monroo would be choseu as Mad!
son's successor, a project tlmt was oar
rled Into effect eight years later.
In 1H32, Jncksou appeared Iu a similar
role In the 11 ret Natioual CouTeutlon held
by tbe Democratic party, Through bis
luUuence, Martin Vanllureu, who had
been his Secretary of State until be re
signed to accept tho appointment of
Miulster to Eoglaud, was nominated for
Vice Presideut, by 208 votes, agalust Si)
lor II. M. Johnson aud i'J for P. P. Dm
hour. As the next Presidential election
approached, Jnckson exerted all his iu
llueiiee to make Vanllureu his succeexor,
(lioui;h there was mucii oppunltlou to
this projeot iu his owu party j aud by a
system of polltloal bulldozluglu which
the President was a pastmaster, he dually
accomplished his purpose. To forestall
possible hostile aotlon by aoougressloual
caucus, aud ad Verse nominations by Ntate
Legislatures, which had already begun
iu Tennessee aud Alabama, a National
Convention was held on May -), IHi-,
nearly a year and a half before the eleo
llon. All open opposition was over
borne by Jacksou, and Van llureu was
nominated by a unanimous vote on the
It Is matter of blttory that the nomi
nation of Madlsou would have been In
-rcat doubt lint for the aid glveu by Jet
ierou, aud tho uomluutlou aud electluu
of Van llureu Impossible without the die
tatiou praotlced by Jacksou to acoom
nllrh It. Yet, Iu the Uryau view, "
forced succession In the Presidency,"
whan the work of Jefferson and Jaokson,
in true Democracy, while the saiuu thing
l charged against l lonevclt a "h viola
turn of tile spirit ot our Institutions."
Teacher It you aro kind and polito
o your pla mates, what will bo tbo re-
stmull lt,vThpv'll think Ihoc can
Cool and Carriers in Pennsylvania,
The recent decision ol the U. S. Cir
cuit Court, holding tho "commodities
olauso" of the Hepburn rato bill uncon
stitutional, has moved divers Demo
crats of Pennsylvania to repeat the In
quiry, so stronuously urged a few years
ago, why the Ilepiihllcan party Iu this
State has never enforced the constltu
tloual provision furbldddltig coinmnn
oarrlere to transport their own noal.
The State constitution of 1ST4, Art.
XVII, Sec. ft, contains tho follonloug
"Xa Incorporated roinpHiiy ilnlnc the
business of a common currier shall, d -reotly
or lndlrertly, proeeeute or etiitiure
In tinning or manufacturing articles for
transportation over Its own works ; nor
shsll any such company, directly or III
dlreotly, engage In any other Imalne
than that of common carrier, or hold or
acquire lauds, fieehold or leasehui I, il:
really or Indirectly, except such us shall
be necessary for carry Ing on Its Ijo-luei-c ;
hut any mining or manufacturing com
pany may carry th products of its
mines and mnuiitactorles on Its railroad
or canal not exceeding ufty miles In
The chief ptirpo of this provision
was to prevent unfair discrimination
against Individual coal operators, by the
ooal carrying railroad companion which
were also engaged In mlnlug. Most of
these companies were parties to the
proceeding In tbe U. 8. Circuit Court.
They own, directly or Indirectly, about
ninety per cent, of the coal still remain
ing unmlncd, and their competitors,
owning uo roads, are obliged lo ship
over their roads.
These lululugaiidrarrylug companies,
shipping their owu coal over their own
roads, are undoubtedly violating the
letter of the constitution. Never! heien,
they iirp not legally wlthlu the provision
thus violated, but are protected in their
course by a provision of the federal oou
stltution, and nlo of the several cnn-ll
tutlous of the Slat", beginning with that
of 171W, that the State shall lint impair
tbe obligations of coutraots. The cor
porations eugaged Iu mining and trant
portattou are operatlug under charters
grai.ted before the ooustltu tlou of 1871
went luto effect ; and these charters, be
Ing In law oontrncts with the State, can
not be Impaired by the State through
either statutory or constitutional pro
visions. When these oorporatlous were char
tered, the conditions affeotliig mining
aud transportatlou were me terlally dif
ferent from those now existing. In the
beglunlng, a corporation owning coal
land wished to get Its o6al to market.
aud there was no apparent reasou why-
It should not build a railroad or canal
for this purpose It would have been
mposslble to Interest outside oapltal in
mero railroad building aud operating.
Had tbe pioneers In tile coal Held been
told that they would he allowed to mine
coal, but not to build a roa I for send
lug It to market, there would have been
tor a loui; time neither mining or ran
roadlug. Them was little thought of
mining, without trausportlng.by Individ
ual or Independent operators, or ot
need to protect them from the corpora
tions that both mined aud transported.
Uuder the charter right to transport
as well as mine, the Delaware and Hud
sou Canal Co., the Pennsylvania Coa
to., the Delaware, I.iokawautia aud
WeBteru Railroad Co., the Lehigh Coal
and Navigation Co,, (sluce merged in
the N. J. Central), the Lehigh VhIIoj
itallroad Co., and tha Philadelphia aud
Reading Railroad Co., p radically ere
ated the ooal business, with Its mines,
railroads and markets, and Its mauy
attendant Industries. Later, ludepeud
out mine operators, entering the field.
were obliged to ooinpete with the min
ing corporations which practloally con
trolled all transportation, aud coudi
tlous finally developed which, Iu 1273,
led to the provision ot the constitution
framed In that year, forbidding common
oarrters to transport their own property.
But A piramoilut constitutional pro
visiou bars the application of tills pro
hlbltlou to oorporatlous previously
chartered. TnK old theory that men from the tem
perate zones become aoolimated to it
troploal climate Is not sustained by the
experience of the American army nv 1
navy In our Insular posstsslous. u,
naval surgeons, especially, Iu their n
ports, dwell strongly on the necessity of
having officers and men who are on duty
In the troploal stations serve not more
than oue year's ooutluuous service at
such places ; or, If that Is impossible, It is
advised that they should rcoelve oue
mouth's leave a year, to be spent In the
northern olliuate. It has been found
that a second tour of tropical servlce
inore quickly dltables them than the Urst,
aud tbat very few escape some serious
ailment. lusome places, such as (iuaui,
the Isolation assists the sunlight in pro
duolng a mental depression, and the sec
oud tour of duty Is more meuaolug In thh
respeot than the orluluul term.
TlIK Demooraoy, taken aback by Mr.
Cleveland's Indorsement of Taft, aiu
now busy Iu tho tusk of demonstrating,
from "Internal evidence," mid on divers
other irrouuds. that tho arlicl,, t,nl,;i.h.
ed Iu tbe New York Times uud other
papers. Is spurious. This is in accord
ance with Democratic practice. It will
be remembered tbatlu the Presidential
oampalgn of 1880, this same Democracy
demonstrated, from the like evidence,
the genuineness ot tho notorious "Mo
rey letter," purporting to bo addressed
by Garfield to u Heurv I. Mir..e ,.i
Lyuu, Mass. Hie. spurious oliaraotcr of
that letter was fully demou-trale.l, and
tbe newspaper In which It Urst appeared
afterward admitted lint It was a for
WllII.K the free trade l)eiuocrnc loivi
beuu plplug about Iho tarilt a- '-l e
mother of trusts." the llrst tunl L-reatei-t
of tlin trusts the Staiulaid t III has been
built up without the slightest mil In iu
the tariff, sluce its products have either
been on the free list or have met with lo
foreign competition, Diirliu,' the pa-,
year the Standard bus been tho ou.v
large corporation that has sustained p.
loss from thu iirevallini.' Iiuflncx dwir..
luii. Its prullta during the year liuvi
neen aiiout ifSO.noo.nuO, oiic-hulf of whinh
Is paid out as a forty per cent, dividend
on lis 100,000,000 of stock. It is further
said that not ouly have none of lis em
ployeos been laid off, but that it has udu
ed about 1,'VM meu to its force.
Ski-t 221. Ujv. J. II.L'oJy is attend
ine tho Presbytery at tiayie.
A surprise purty wee given Dorothy
Cloruo, Buturdiiy evening, by hu
friends, to holp her celcbralo her birth
day. tlonry W. Dunning, of WilheB-Iliric,
and Koutcr Ward, ot lloncsdnlo, nlt' iid
ed tho eervicca in tho I'reeby icnaii
church Sunday und greeted their many
Her. V. 11 Signor will exebnngo with
Uuv. W. T. Boheuk, of lkeville, who
will preach in tbo Methodist church
horo, dun Jay. ....
Mr, nnd Mrs. 1C. D. Mnorehotine will
soon remove from lluiucs to Iho
Bcboonovor bous boro.
The County Canvats-
TChllo the IlepuMlcausot Wayno are anx
l"iii to plscM the county In tho Republican
column, on national Issues, by a majority
like lhr.su given for McKloley and ltooso
velt, tl.eyt.u nol nverlonkluir Ibe Import
une of p'stius 1U publicans In ttieoounly
Tbo Itt .ih''vitounty ticket Isonerf the
lust iv.r pn - I Nor ire the penple, aud
l 'U'd lece,- , ., ' eu;,irl uf the
' , I'lil'.n. , ti . -vi 'Mi.flle for the !.ep
H l'. Il "lowu In the people of
lie ' evrttii iTteni as County
."tu'.umi In thai poiilMon proved
toiien, compi tent, an I faithful lo
duly In the Ucit! iturc, l e will be Iu every
sense a repieriniillvoot tlin ptople. Him
self a fntuitr and dulryinun, he may be do
pctuli-d on to mil in r very m-amre calculat
ed lo proaiote the IiiIhipsI nf farmers, wblle
Kiiardios inlb pit care Hie rights of all
oilier, un the cpiestlon of tempejauoe,
one of the timet lirpurtaut now engacluc
puM'c lutircH tie u an opu advocate of
th" prlri -pie of local opttuti. or giving the
p cple Ihe powu n liielle whether to per-
mil the i..la ui 1 .pior iu their midst. Thorn
v.ho bell w Iu this prlnilple cannot do
otlieriW.ie lb ui i t for Mr. lYrhatu.
Foi tbe-if. M f,.(. Ilramnn povesei the
ri qulslte i 1 1 1 1 II ilio-i- in n high degree, lie
ha a cleir i-,npfehenelon of; the duties of
the otlice, and tlieinpaelty topcrtorm them
In a sati'fai'lory riiitiuer. He wlllpreservo
tbe lights ot all imrlies. in the dli-cbargeof
dulleatlint ure'flften tiiipleHsitit, and with
all due consideration and syinpaihy for
t- 'io shn may be rti uriforturnte a lo bo
If-rers from the m nitirailons of the law.
lie lis mi le In- nnmiii.ithm fairly, through
p. rsornl ipiiiiiiep tbat i ,-.uinaiiile,t u strong
-up-port, an I un U r , irouuislaliecs that
wotiM hateduci urai.'1'd nmny men.
"ai an. J. Unrne, tbo landiilatn for Pro
thunotary. Is r Icir-hei led.ciiieful.accurato
and pniM'tcvs an experience that well Ills
lum for the lispoilaut duties of that offlce.
l'be hti'tiicis nf the cinee Involves largo In
leresU. an 1 iguoraiiee or carelesiUiess may
resi.ll in (erlc'u los, if not ruin, to those
iiffuli-J l,y it. .Mr. Unities ll dlfclrirgi"
ll.e dlllie nt the ulllee with a full sense ot
Hie rcfpouriMIHii s re-lm - on hlni. and in a
manner tti.it will um- m, ground fur com
Alfnd i). IlluliP, the pi ii hdntp for ltcgls
tc an I It' i or 'i r. i- a. v ipiuiilled, by nat
utal al illiy ui. 1 1, In -idoii. tn perform both
the llunit, i oil and jo tn-ial duties of that
- lie win In lound prompt, illicicnt,
and caretiil. eoiirleiuis and obliging. Tl.u
tiiiMncsi of tin oilh a ulll be condu(ltd
nh painstaking utl. ntloii, and II records
properly kepi. Every celato mint, on the
diailiof iu oiMier, pans Hie listsllxedby
law iu ih i lin e ot the llegisti-r, and Its
prop r lettlemt in will Jcpn, iu uo small
deglee on Lllu.
Ast'uuuty l.'n M-,wu, is, Mei r'.MaJ leu
and lloiuhei k h iv te-u ' -u I by one term
ot servue. At 'a, ipmii: piuu.iry, thu Ue
publn. ins di.il I ihul in, n rcemd w,n
suetiaito faliiy , .ititle ihetn tu indorsement
forasecoud term. No board of commis
sioners ever sati-tti-1 cviry liody, and none
ever win, so loin, as men dliTer In Judgment
on the matters with wbli Ii tliey uro rtipitred
to deal. The prevailing npin ion, however.
tition a candid conlileratloii of tbe iutstions
mct'h 1, Is tint th -j members ot the present
iioird h-v act -1 oiiceieutioii-ly, to tbe
he-l of tiieli j i n.'iit, i:h all poimhle Im
Iiirllnhty, an 1 w.tb u vi. w solely to the
uct li uii-1 the 1 .,, of the county j
and lb it. in tbe pi i foruiiinmof their duties,
I'jelr tujriti groitly ou'weili any grounds
ot iiltMttsNiitioii that miy exut, and that
they are a j utly entitled to a second term
udanyui tuelr predecessors wb? have been
re-elected. Ileyonl tills, Captain Madden
bii a special chdiu on tho peoplo as a Union
veteran of tbe four years' war that saved
tlin Union. Uu snivel his coiiutiy bravely
and faithfully, in L'umpmy G.Rrth l'a. Vols.;
win among tin l i. in troopj mpture-1 when
Leo's tinny hi ,o do ugh the Blienandoali
vulley on luc uHti't' into lVnnylviiiis, iti
Jun", IviJ. an 1 t.fler 1 ,'ieh m, returned
lo uufj ;vttt in itu-nt an r utiltstul
while il-iil.:..' iiiuler Sii-'inpiu. at the battle
of Wiiiein -t, r, Hept 10, ltd, received u
wounl in 1'., leit foot that disabled lum
uitti. the fol.rjAint; r'ehruan; rejoiued ills
r-glm-iit iu siio'i a ulil" to march; tool: part
in nil iu suh.iei'i,int npji itiotis until tbe
eloe of tlu war; a'i 1 uu . from the ranks to
the gi-a In o' cipiain. Ho wilt probably
tic l-i -t L'tnon let-i-'iu to be pliced on any
polit. ual Mciiel in oil' cii.inty ; and there Isu
wideli p.ovuleut ft wliu th it Iho leople of
Win Hi f.'ioilJ t.iUo the or. a-iuli to show
tin. i ap.iiei-iii. ui of a brave nuldier. wl.o
, 1," i lo t'l - .'11. 1- Vol iv lu it huid Iho L'nloti
v iuci wiK-a iiti.l'-iiru' tioti was thruateu
i by sects. i i'j. in I vhn, tnsieid of going
homo at th - en I or ins llrdt term Iu tbuurmy,
rii-e nlmtud for as ind term, by le-elecltng
'inn for a roco-id it i-ji iu i jvil ollluc.
V. W. L'lrnil.ie uul W. U. Lerher, during
their iret-cnt tenu us t'ounty Auditors,
h:.ve f'lliy htionn then :itti-ss forthe posi
tion, and the rc-i-li.'tion of mm wltlithtir
i i-i.iilc itio'M an 1 et, nenee wiliprovea
in ,U I ad.iniig" t'j lite county.
M. L. i-tinon-, ,i.e , -until, lale lor DiDlriet
Atti'iii- a oie ol ! . Ii 'i iu.g attorneys id
out i uuuty, uud ti.- ii'id an txpeiuin-t of
i.euily a iuuiiiic! a iriiluiy ul the bar.
Ills prut-.ii j ha- le ,-u varied rm 1 c.Mcusive,
hiiJ l..ii ti ,eti iui.ke-l by aeeuiacy aud re-
s-jaii hin the prep iruliin of hlscuc-i, logi
eal aiguuuul, vv.lti a luoal kuowledgo of
legal prinupleti, a ileal di-tu-.-inmeut of their
upphoitiou, and .1 faithful performance of
all profesrli nal duties, lu the event of hi
election, he vvili lirlng lo tho illsi barge o
the ntitles ui the otlice the same ijuuhti'
Ihit have given hiiu mii'ccm. in civil ptuc
itiT Jl.-t. The iai jotne hud ling com.
i u ' 1 1 i.itt'! i lie I .no a i., ofti f ri : I . S,
u i.e. ' it mil. : ii 'ear Kiiit-ry. ftecretary
1'hl lll.'Kl LI i k. Tita-uitr. A liec will lie
hill in the luii. futuio lo glade the
'lh-' iltcsis Hi Ivvi-'l und .Tonea are ulmIii
ttuiiiii'. lb" putilii- slIioo! tins yeai. Wo
uie glad to have tii"tii again.
ltev. J. Ii. It, in niieigoi has it turned utter
speiiiliiu a week at his on home.
1". it l lo- has buivht Wilmer Bid well'
big II i.lll ul II"! ft 1
lii no i- i -ii, ' a 'nili'iup Huh ye'u
u.lli iu :ll fl-ii. .- ft ol l "4" pliug tint K'
Mhtvl, ..hi ll II
I lojin 11' ii 1 u
t III- II)
'Hie Mllli'tltt ,
i in mill to in--
i lUvldel in
, I .iv moved th. Ir
i l li in l.
1 hll'll.iil I ill.
at I'oyntellii. where Im
ii looiniig liter mi reiiiirsior inei on.u
luel it' lee Co Then htlUJct at this place lllu
all iu.pi v hill him utl 1 li ine pieseiit w cam
el 1 i-is all'H'ier itumu win t-iniiiv ineui
Mi:, ley tittle"! tin I ctiiirL-li was heitj in
l. .iv In in v r,i'k iiiviiiiiuHuU'lay, tbroiwh
iin k'niit't tif Mr Mliiiinin. After the
pi'i-liin' -in, Hi v. J. 11. lloienhergpi
liili! I'll lo, "vv.u hv uu u 'ijioii Mi.
11:1, r ll t . P 1 in I A Uo i ill i"k, Or
1 1 i K ' cue, Mali I b. li k an I I ni'i, en t Ihu
Holer. ll if Hi ' u ' I- ' l' nl I Uu
I'. (I. r. ut A. rll,ip i ' M i o'i, satuiuuy
1', 'i. Kiilltii ilijiviiiga secou I i nip
riling b.-aiia an I ikud, planted In AiiiihI
mit Jlit. l'in I111M1 been malui; lo tin
ul i. iiiii v! eitt lit south ot our villaire. (leo.
lluluiV l.nuei 1. ut ptcieut lu the most
ijiiiij--ii . ilui.ri Lillet ed out to IlKht lire
111 ut li tiliuiiy th it wo 1 nil them minute
men. 11 in vviii tiinis.
Viillursiu town lire Her. I). 8. Mm Keller
mill Iiiu.ll, und Kureil VhiiWhi und film-
"Vrovvir bin i 'i - uu m l train his trip
to Kiimivii i, H ' ' 'h'i' re maiuui in
hem hill, lt-1 i.l'." t 1 . .t.i .u.ld.
tun In- e i , l 'it ill., mill ipntli
i, ill, lint : I' " k uuiivv, hut
vveuUo In. i l' 'l. ur ' h I'd Ullittlula All
III d.HlKcr '"'n tue hlilli llpiiropri l
lli.1, il leluil, id the tuhouli uic iiol ruim
miii iii. ' 'iei.ljJtli itnluiy siliool ut
li t'iMlli'V,, i ur leuilllers.
Se uri suiilcui) reuilii led of tho uneer
1 1 nty it life, vi lit ii uu iluii.ni), W, If, Wll.
suit, pliiplletur of the Ouai'lltlK tiouse, woo
luel ciiten u In ul ly hiiiiitfuii, was inkeu
hi 1 Ifiily id Willi piruljsls. lie never tpolcu
ii u a 1 1 1 . tut pucd uwuy to the Kleal beyond
ut I. si i: m
Wcum vvou luili'i; how our l'itucx will
luuii nuts tew hi In t . Wo have ciijoytHj
jiliu j.' i v, 't mi I r Tilt 1'inie.v ami
ii:ien ,it.i. , froui Hum. 1 still
liupeiui lie ii -,i il) ct I '.i puper
buuiu,eci, -tin too I' i"'nr is to prciiih
pmtl idmi IJ liioell people nnd Invites
us luuuy us iivulblu tu ultiud.
Jobnny, Get Your Gun!
t tho open season for pnmo i nr-nr
nt hand, wo publish the following num
mary, prepared expressly for Thb Citi
zr.v, of Iho game laws rchting to thn
principal autnals nnd birde found in
tbis section of tbe Btate. Tho open sea
sons, nnd tho penalties for billing out of
season, aro as follows tbo open soafon
Deluding tho first day mentioned, but
not tho last day viz i
Dear nnd cub, Oct. 1 to March l !
ally tit). Jloy lio killed (it i.ny tin'- ,
act ot indicting Injury to pernoo or pi i.
Deer. JNov 15 to Dec 1. Ponuiiy f p"
Kox. black and grey fuuitrcle. Oct. i
to Dec. 1, Penalty till.
Hare and rabbit, Oct. 15 to Dec. 1.
Penalty (10. May bo killed at any time
as a protection to cultivated crops and
Knglish, Mongolian or Chluceo pheas
ant, wild turkey, and prairio chicken,
Oct. 15 to Dec 1. Pcualty 125.
Q-jail, commonly callod Virginia part
ridge, Nov. 1 to Doc. 1. Pcualty J25.
Woodcock and rullcd grouse, com
monly called pheasant, Oct. 1 to Dec. 1
Wild w..wr fowl, Sept 1 to April 1"
lilat'k birds and shore birds ot nil
kinds, and doves, Sept. 1 to Jan 1. Pen
Snipo, Sept. 1 to May 1. 1'cnalty 11"
Plover, July 15 to Dec. 1. Penalty (in
Dull trog, July 1 to Nov. 1. Penalty
Terrapin, Nov. 1 to March 15. Pen
In connection with this, the following
litjt of "Don'ts for thn hunter" will In
found Useful viz :
Don't kill or toko any game unlm
with a gun, except boar or cubs, rnblitt'
or bares, which may bo taken in any
manner. Penalty (10. But
Don t uso what is commonly known
as an automatic gun. Ponal (CD. Aud
Don't uee "a gun ot any kind other
than is usually raited at arm's Icrgth
and fired from tho shoulder." Penalty
(25 for each bird killed or wounded.
Don't bunt or shoot on Sunday. Pen
II a non-resident of tho State, or rm
unnaturalized foreigner, don't hum
without iiliciiisn from the County Trci
urcr, for which (10 ruuol bo paid. Pen
ally (25 tor each day.
Don't hunt or take a cur. or doc on thn
B'.nto gamo proxerti'4; and don't goon
tucm at nil during tho open housoii.
Penalty (25. Don't kill or wound t.ny
gouio on such preserves. Penalties,
uot.r, (loo; bear, (50; rullcd grouse, wild
turkey or quail, (25.
Don't uso a dog in hunting deor; don't
kill deer iu tho water; don't kill nioro
than one during the season, and thai a
juiulo, with horns; and don't lire mure
man "ono pellet, bullet or hall nt o u
discharge." Penalty (loo. Tho gann
laws do not apply to elk
Don't kill more than bU fox, blhik
and groy squirrels, altogether, in o-.i
day. Penalty (20. Hut they may be
killed at any linio in tbo act of destroy
ing fruit or ccroals.
Kicopt as to doer and squirrels, thero
is no limit to tho number ot unini-ils
that may bo killed during the open bmv
Don't kill more Knglteh. Moncolian or
Chinese pheasants, or ruffed grotiie
commonly called pheasants, than 5 in n
day, 20 in a week, or to iu tho ecutuii.
I'enalty (5ti to (l-H).
Dju't kill more email, commonly a. II
cd Virginia partridge, than 10 n day, lo
a weok, or 75 iu tbe season. I'enalty $Mi
Don't kill more woodcock than lu a
day, 20 a week, or 50 in tho soason. Pen
alty (50 to (100.
Except as to tbo birds mentioned in
tho foregoing throe paragraphs, there is
no limit to tho number tbat may be
killed by one person during tho opeu
Don t hunt hares or rabbits with fer-
rots. Penalty si I for each one taken.
Don't iniuro iiuail when Lunched iv
the ground. Peunlty 25 for each o..o
tilled or injured.
Don't hunt wild water-fowl from or
with any craft propelled by any means
other than oars, polo or hand-paddles.
Penalty (50 a day, und (10 tor any other
unlawful dovico for taking thorn, with
lorieituro ot ooai, parapnernaua, oto.
Don't hunt deer or fawn, wild turkey,
rullcd crouso. commonly called nheas-
ant, quail, commonly called Virginia
parmcgu, or woodcock, for wages or
hire, whether paid directly or indirect
ly. Penalty (23 a day, with forfeiture
of guns and shooting paraphernalia
Don't kill, catch or h ivo in po.ucsiion,
dead or alive, wild pigcur.u, beforo April
22, 1015. Penalty (25 for each bird.
Don't kill or capturo, or attempt to
kill or capture any beaver, at any time
Don't take, destroy, or in any manner
The Pianos are all New 1908 Styles.
I hey aie the million in.- - piano at a price which the man who works for a living can afford to pay. They
are eiuiorsbod, aie pictorrcJ and used by the world's greatest singers and players, and by the greatest musi
cal colleges, because they are unrivaled in tone quality and durability. They
Last a Lifetime.
You can buy a poor piano for little more any time--but--never before have had a chance to get real piano
goodness at prices so low and you'll never have another to equal it.
We guarantee every Piano absolutely.
You run no usk. We ui- responsible for these instruments, and we say to you that if you are not satis
lied with the one ou piucliase, will take it back and return every dollar paid on it.
But Come In TO-DAY!
F. A. NORTH COMPANY
i.ittrferi! with the nests of protected
birds, except for scientific purposes, un
der regulations by tbo Game Commls
sinnrrs I'enalty (0
I'orthimt woodcock, ruffed groueo,
commonly culled pheasant, wild turkey,
prairio cliickcn, Euglisb, Mongolian or
uniuesp pii'."ieaais, or quail, commonly
called Virginia partridge, in tho night,
i'enalty (25 forosch bild killed, wound
ed or taken.
Don t buy or sell deer, or any port
hereof rulT"i) grouso, comraonly'called
a '.pt, quail, eommonlv called Vir-
oni p .rtriJgn killed In this State, nor
viM 'usk-,y cr woodcock killd any
ic " '.'onnltj' (100 for deer, (25 for
l.i't, t !; i pany game you kilt for more
than tlfp-n dnya after tho open season,
nor any killed out of tbo Btate, which
you may legally bnv. for moro than
thirty day s after tho open season In tbis
Stute. PoHoossion beyond theso periods
is prima lacio evidence ot unlawful
Don't send outside the State, or rocoive
for transportation outside the Stato, any
garuo Kiiica witmn tno state, l'onalty
(50 to (KM.
Don't enter on land which is posted. as
privato property, with warning against
trespassing, renaity f iu.
May be killed nt nnv time: Wolf
wildc.tt, fox, weooel, skunk, mink, wood-
cnuciv or ground nog, red or plno equir
rel, raccoon, opossum, porcupine, musk'
rat, bluo Ur. English snarrjw. kinir.
fisher, crow, coopor's hawk, duck hawk,
Imrp-sbitined hawk. Dtireon hawk.
grciit-hornod owl, and fruit-eating or
grain-devouring birds. Except the birds
nerc meutionea, ana inoso not found
wild in this State, and kept in cages, it
is unlawful to hill, capture orbavoin
oow-miou any bird other than game
uira, 'xcept wnen kept aiivo for fduca
tiotiul or Rcientillc purposes, under rcgu
Inlions by tho Uumo Commissioners,
Aim Yofit BilEAits QooDt Every
man or woman ahotild havo a pair ol
good shears, which are sharp, keen ou
edgo and cut well. Tho Winner Lou
isiana Shears with n patent tension
screw attachment, keep tbcm adjusted,
arc ensy to cut with. Tho Philadelphia
I'rces is giving theso shears practically
free to ucw subscribers. Tho shears are
right inches in length onrt of the beet
quality uf steel, und guaranteed for
llvo years, Write it postal to-day for
tbo otr r. Address, Circulation De
partment, Thu Press, Seventh and
ChoMiiut streots, Philadelphia.
HKI'T. 21t Miss Hladvs MoRulliiinrh
spent last week with Hrooklyu and Port
Miss Heleu Twltchell, of Lackawnxen,
visited her aunt, Mrs. Kookwell Urlgham,
Jlrs. (ieorge Ifnldrldee returned to
nor Homo in Hrooklyu, Monday.
Mrs (I. II. Decker, of Calkins. Is eta
ing Willi her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
1). crkes, as both are in poor health.
Martin Herman. Callooou's nromlnent
and prosperous Imuber dealer, was lu
Mrs. A. 8. Nichols spent a day nt the
county seat lust week.
Messrs. Mitchell and Itoss, of Tyler
Hill, arc painting Fred, Calklns's cot
tage. Mr. ami Mrs. John Wilkes are enter
taining Mr. Wilkes's brother aud bride,
of Lake llttutiiigton.
l'lnreiice, iiifant daughter ot Mr. and
Mrs. Hurry Delghton, died Friday even
ing. The funeral services were conduct
ed Sunday afternoon by Ilev. J. M. Cole
man. Lew Is Caufleld, Jr., who was shot In
the bank and forehead with bird shot
by his father, was not seriously Injured,
hp llrst reported.
The Delaware Is lower than ever be
fore remembered by tbe older people of
Mrs. Frank Hartz.of Coohecton, spent
Sunday with Mrs. (Ieorge Duroher.
Frederlka Hooker is attending the
high school at Damascus.
Mies Edna Skinner Is teaohlng at
Iliverside this year.
i ,1. J. McCulli ugh was the gusst of Dr.
I r. N rviiuppnt Port Jervls, last week.
air Harris, ol evv ork olty, who re
ceiit'y piiiehascd the old (Joukllu home
stead, at Uonkllu Hill, from Frank
lirusli. was iu town last week. Mr. Har
ris is boarding lit the Delaware House,
(Jalllcuou, and expects soon to erect a
large up-to-dato boarding house, bowl
ing alley aud store. This will opon up
a new territory for city boarders.
Mrs. O. S. Fernwlck will return to
Washington, D. )., this week.
Mr, Jacobs, of Drooklyu, made a trip
up here in his ruu-ubout, oouitug byway
uf the Nevvburg turnpike. He was In
town Friday en route for home by the
way of lloni'Mltile and Scrautou.
.lii-t a little I'ascaewect Is all that Is net es
tiiry logivn yourhiiby when It Is cro and
preindi. Cii an wiet contains no op. ales,
not harmful dtugt and Is highly rtKommeud
id tiy inulliirs everywhere. Conforms to
the National Pure Foods and Drugs Law.
.old by 1'KlI.TIie DiupgHt.
A. NORTH COMPANY,
The largest manufacturers of high
GRADE PIANOS IN AMERICA,
now offer you the most extraordinary
opportunities you ever had or ever
will have. During their
You can buystraight from the makers
at the maker's price, and save from $200
to $400. BUT DON'T DELAY ! This
Sale will close just as soon as the Pianos
are goneand they are going fast !
HI I For tlle first time in your life
M ' u
, for less
SRl'T. 21st. Not In thn mtitiinrv nf nor
oldest Inhabitants has there heei such
drought as now prevails In Wayne conn
ty. Springs and wells Unit have nevei
iHiieu before are now nearly or com
pletely dry. H-veral farmers are obliged
to draw water lor their stock and iiianv
nave neen drawing for household uc
for several weeks.
As U result ut the rp..'lit liieoMn., Ii..l.
at the Uulon Chiiroli here by l!ev. ,i. M.
uieiu-111 nun ai irs vvalMiu. 01 .New urii
olty, seventeen were b-n 'ircit Mm 'n
morning and twentv.thn e n eeivi .1 In ,
meinbershUi Into the M V,. eniireh
Others will Join tlie Disciple ni.d Hap
usr organization here.
Mrs. lantlia Itiirnhe.-Is s ri mlv ll at
the home of her son, .1 M. Iltirel er. m
Calkins. Her daughter, H trained imrsi.
of Hrooklyu, l oaring lur her.
Chas. HoIIkou Is ul-o stck, but at laft
reports was mi the gain.
The Fallsilale On aiuery (Jo. nre'iiil
Ing checks this month lo 81 patrons. The
dry weather is greatly itiiuiui-hltig the
amount of milk, also the laoe value ot
Hepalrs have recently been made on
J. A. Noble put lu a t.euieiit lloor In
bis barn ti.tsciin nt last week.
Hoarder,- Imvu all returned to their
Mrs. Ay re and graudsou lire visiting
Mrs. C It. Jacksou is speuillug it
couple ot weeks at Fisher's Kddy, N". Y ,
end from there will attend tbe New
York State Fair at Syracuse with her
Mrs. Moes ltutaii and daughter have
returned tn their home at 1'uri .lervis.
after n visit with her uncle, !.. A. I.y
bolt. Mr. Lybolt nnd son made a business
trip to link" Huntington last week.
Mnai.i! Mrs. Uranl Hates, of Onennta,
N. V., are visiting their parents, Mr
and Mrs. O. N. Hates at Calkins.
Our pastor Hinioiiu I tlmt iu plno-of
the usual donation, there would lie held
here a Thanksgiving dinner as an aid to
tlio salary luntt.
BKIT. 2tst. Noarlv everv nni that can
Is busy lighting llreiu a number uf places
moug me mountain siue.
John JelTrey leaves to day for Wyo
ming Seminary. Frank Piersou Is soon
to jolu hltu there.
Wandali SohafTer Is soon to enter the
Carboudale Hospital to sillily fur n
The Ladles' Aid of the Presbvteriau
church met with Mrs Z. A. Woiinacult,
ou Friday afternoon.
W. J. Doyle evpeots to enter the .let
fersou Medical College this week.
Au eleveu pound butcher hui been
gladly welcomed at the home of Ivl.
Mrs. Hay Corey, of Matauiora, Is visit
ing at (Ieorge Corey's.
Ora Stepheuson, who has spent tin
summer at her home here, has returned
to Schiieotadv, N. Y . to again taken.
her duties as teacher lu tho sctiuols of
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Mallet, of Mala
moras, are guests at the home of Rich
Mrs. Ed. Dovle und little son. ol
Wtlkes-Harre, are spending some time al
tlin home of K. C. Doyle.
E I ward Hates has sold his farm and
butcher business to John Cletun, of Oar
boudale. Mr. Hates will move his fami
ly to Carbondale, where ho has employ
luent, hi the near future.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Edwards recnlly
drove across country to Port Jervls for
Ruth Tiithill leaves to-.lay to enti
Kodol, will, in a very short time, i untie
tbe stomach to do the woikit iluuli1.li,,
and tbe work It should do is to digest nil the
food you eat. Whin the stomach can't do
It Kodol docs it for it, aud in the lucanlliui.
tbe stomach is getting stronger aud able tu
lake up its tegular natural work again. Ko
dol digests all you eat. It makes tho stom
ach ewtet and it Is pleasant to take. It Is
sold here by I'EIL Tbe Druggist.
Wben you have a cold you may lie sure 11
bas been caused Indinctly hr constipation,
aud consequently you must llrst of all take
something to move the bowels This U
what has made Kennedy's laxative Cough
Hyiup so successful and so generally de
manded. It does not constipate like most
of tbe old fashioned cough cures, but on the
other band it gently moves the bowels and
at tbe same time heals irritation and allavs
inflammation of tbe throat. Sold by I'KII,
DeWltt's Carbollzed Witch Uazel Salve Is
recommended as the host tblnc to use lor
piles. It Is, ot course, good tor anything
where salve Is needed. Ueware of imita
tions. Bold by PEIL Tbe Druggist.
Sheriff's sale of real estate of Armory
Association Distribution of proceeds.
The undersigned, an Auditor appointed lo
report distribution of said estate, will attend
to tbe duties ot his appointment, on
FRIDAY, OCT. 2, 1003, nt It) o'clock, A. M.,
at his office in tbe borough of llunesdile. n
wbicb time and place ull claims against said
fund must he presented, or recourse to the
fund for distribution will be lost.
WM II. LEK. Auditor.
Bonesdale. Sept. 6, 1U0H. 1SI3
UbllUllli. 11111 Ul ClUC
rm w-m a tt m n -m
money than the dealer
BKN'J 11. OlTritlCIf, Lesnflk Manager
vi 'i l tdyr1
sLlLLfu MUy s
A Night in Vcnico'
S1i!'!c, Mil th. funOnlere.
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dale Consolidated Water Co.
are requested to use care in the
use of water.
Particular attention is called
to article 7 of rules and regula
tions stated on back of bill.
s. a. Mcmullen Jr.,
I1KN.1. II. lUTTftlCU, Lessee Manager
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The lleautiful Romantic Drama in
Four Complete Act).
The Kuliro Production carried by Iho
Company. A Cant of Distinguished
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