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LABOR ABROAD IS
industrial Depression World
Wide, But is Passing Here,
AMERICAN OUTLOOK IS BRIGHT
While Manufacturing Establishments
In the United States Are Increasing
Their Payrolls, Distress Among the
Unemployed Prevails Throughout
Great Britain and the European Con
tinent. Special Correspondence
New York, Oct. 13.
That the recent financial panic from
which the United States Is now re
covering was not the result of local
conditions is Indicated by the fact
that a severe business and industrial
depression for months has prevailed
throughout the world.
The United States has suffered less
than any other country.
In fact, the situation In this country
is not to be compared tn that abroad.
Official reports recently received by
the department of commerce and labur
furnish an accurate index to the busi
ness conditions of foreign countries.
Those reports Ehow that the imports
into the United Kingdom for home
consumption and the exports of do
mestic manufacture have declined
greatly. The situation there grows
In August the decline In exports was
18.7 per cent The decline in re
exports, that is goods imported from
other countries for sale to foreign
purchasers, was $67,532,420 for eight
months this year, or over 20 per cent.
The falling off in net imports was
$137,079,572 for the same time. The
decline in exports of domestic manu
facture in that country was $140,000,
000, or 10.G per cent, In eight months,
about 2 per cent greater than the dc
cllno in the United States In the same
Many Unemployed Abroad.
Pauperism has increased enormous
ly in the United Kingdom this year,
and the number of persons receiving
Indoor relief 1b tho greatest since the
records began in 18G8.
A census of the unemployed, taHen
by the newspapers, shows an extra
ordinary number over 22,000 in Glas
gow alone. Tho London Times says
that the outlook Is "the worst that the
younger men have faced," adding:
The dominant fact Is that there Is
so life In shipbuilding, and no pros
pect of any revival. The railway shops
bare out down their staffs; 50 per
cent of the masons are out of work,
and 25 per cent of the plumbers."
Many Seek Charity.
A Blue Book of the British govern
ment shows that nearly 1,000,000 per
cena were receiving relief on Jan. 1,
Which number has greatly increased
since that time. In London nlnno I4n.
COO persons were securing relief a
groat number over tho previous year.
Wages have declined greatly.
The London Financial Times, a high
authority, of Sept. 19, says:
"For the greater nart of thr
we have been passing through a very
acute pnase of commercial depression,
and we have seen both Imports and ox
porU decline at a rate that has been
anything but consoling. A review of
the business of the principal foreign
countries and colonies shows that
firactlcally everywhere business is in
a yery lethargic state. Tho board of
trade returns of tho commerce of" for
eign countries furnishes the necessary
figures showing the condition of busi
ness in those countries.
"The Imports for homo consumption
of Belgium for seven months show a
decline of nearly $25,000,000. Those
of Canada show a decline of 23 per
cent, or nearly $40,000,000; France,
JJ5.000.000; Germany, $45,000,000, and
so on with other countries. The domes
tic exports from those nations also
row large declines. The greatest Is
that of Egypt, which for the seven
tonths shows a decline of over 19 per
eent, or nearly $13,000,000. France
hows a decline of nearly $35,000,000,
or over 6 per cent Germany's decline
la exports la less, but reached a total
ot about $10,000,000. Japan shows a
decline of 12 per cent, or $12,000,000,
and Switzerland a decline of 10 per
ceat, or over $10,000,000, and so on
with other countries.
"The decline In the domestic ex
forts of tho United States Is very
Souch less than those from the United
Kingdom, and tho relative decline waa
very much less than that of Switzer
land, Japan, Egypt, British South
Africa, and some other countries. Tho
average decline shown in imports of
all the countries was over 12 per cent,
and In some exports over 8 per cent
The later returns show even worse
flgures. Generally speaking, therefore,
we have abundant proof of tho wide
spread nature of the present depres
sion In trade, and we need not alarm
outselves that we are experiencing
any special chastisement in tho hands
"The Thunderer's" Tale of Distress.
The London Times in a recent Issue,
speaking about the condition of affairs
In Scotland, nays:
"The present generation does not
recall such slackness in all industries.
and, of course, in commerce which
depends upon the activity of work
shops and factories.
"Tho outlook for tho winter is tho
worst that tho younger men have yet
faced. One shipbuilding yard has not a
vessel on the docks, and another large
ono Is employing only iu third of Its
full complement of workmen. Tho
dominant fact is that there la ho life
in shipbuilding, no prospect of any
revival, no orders in sight of any con
siderable magnitude. Therefore It is
feared that the winter will be a vory
hard one. Cautious estimates put the
total number of men, Including labor
ers, out of work In Glasgow at from
20,000 to 30,000. Ynnow's Is the enly
shipbuilding yard that Is ftillly cm
ployed. Tho largest forgo has reduced
its staff from 4000 to 2G00. The rail
way shops have cut down their staffs
on account of economics, l'lfty iter I
cent of the masons are out of work
and 25 per cent of the plumbers.
"In the textile trade most of the fuc- '
torles arc on short time or keeping
down their output, so that women's
wages are in fact reduced from 18
shillings ($4.37) a week to in ahll- '
lings ($2.43). Half of the 4000 dockers I
arc unemployed. The provident r.o
cletics tell rather doleful talcs. Life
policies are lapsing all around, in
short, work is scale and thro-iMib to
become scarcer. Following the exam
ple set by the Glasgow Herald, the lord
provost has opened a distress fund,
and liberal response in being made by
Tho New York Journal of Com
merce, in its issue for Sept. 2.1, re
viewing American and British foreign
Home Conditions Not So Bad.
"The falling off In American exports
In August amounted to only 13.2 p.-r
cent, while on the British side there
was u decrease of 1S.7 per cent Our
own export figures for tho eight
months as compared with tho eight
months ending with August, 1907, show
a decrease of less than 9 per cent. Trie
British figures for the corresponding ,
period show a decline of 10.5 p. r
From this it will seem that the sit-
nation is much worse in the United
Kingdom and in some other countries
than it is in tho United States. 'J he '
British board of trade returns i r
August show the largest aggregate de
crease in trade for any month of liie
year. The imports fell over $30,000,0-! n ,
In that month, and the exports :iiou'
$37,000,000. This enormous decline In
trade, the London Times says, "is ol i
much importance to tho working
classes owing to the enormous numb jr i
of unemployed." A dispatch sayn:
"With the trade declining in the ,
alarming manner shown by the above ,
figures, the outlook for tho workcir
during the coming winter is very ,
gloomy. Tho most serious feature iu '
the point of view of the worklngman i
is the falling oft of exports of manu
The situation in Germany Is much
tho Bame, although not quite so bad as
in the United Kingdom. The Canadian
government, owing to the trade condi
tions, has adopted regulations to pre
vent immigrants from coming to that
country unless well supplied with
funds. At the recent session of the
Canadian Manufacturers' association
in Winnipeg, the parliamentary com
mittee reported as follows:
"The ono outstanding feature of the
year has been tho pinch of hard times !
which all of us have suffered In a
greater or less degree. Tho London
labor bureau of the association lias
been closed as a result of the indus
trial and financial depression."
Europeans Will Make Invest
ments Here if Taft Wins.
An argument against Bryan that is
growing In Importance, says the
Philadelphia Inquirer, is that which
deals with tho sentiment said to be
held by some voters, that the Demo
cratic candidate would not be in a po
sition to do much harm as president
because of tho fact that the senate
would still bo Republican. A New York
bankers, Mr. Jules Bache, is back from
Europe with reports that financial in
terests over there are taking much in
terest in the canvaas and that If Taft
Is elected foreign Investments will In
crease. He explains that tho great
fear would be of the men with whom
Bryan would surround himself. Roose
velt, ho says, has always had first
class business men in his cabinet.
Mr. Bryan's surroundings, on the
contrary, have been of the opposite
character, and tho principal danger, in
the event of his election, would Ho in
the fact that a large number of vacan
cies in the United States courts would
have to bo filled during his incum
bency. Wo can judgo the future only
by the past, so wo must assume that
Mr. Bryan would take tho samo class
of men for thoso offices that he has
taken for his political advisers.
While It Is true that as president
Mr. Bryan could not force throiiKh
laws against tho Judgment of the Re
publican senate and thus could p. t !
much of a menace to the co-tin ry in
that way, at least for two v. are! he
could play havoc with It th-oueh hla
appointments. Not only could ho revn
Ititlonizu the supremo court by invl!-
Ing men of socialistic tendencies to
the bench, but ho could upset the trcai.-
ury and upheave tho depailmonlK
through a radical chango In policies,
Suppose a Haskell to be called to th
Wo must either continue the princi
ples of Roosevelt by the election of
Taft or submit to the exploitation of
a lot or theories for the next four
years by Bryan. There can be no com
promise. It is ono thing or the other.
Bryan Pictured On a Pcatal.
This Is a picture of the X) mocratii
no-nlnce for president that is being
circulated upun a postal card througu
"William Jennings Bryan.
"A permaneiU presidential candi
date. "A ctatesman who never wiotc a
"A eoldler who never fought a bat
tle. " farmer who never plowed a fur
low. "A 'pceilcfc'3' leader, under whose
leadership and teachings the number
of states controlled by his party has
dwindled from twenty-three to thir
teen; its senators from forty-eight to
thirty-one. and its congressmen from
220 to 101.
"'Shall the People Hule.' (Brvan
"In the north, and south, the caet
nr.d west, nr.'l in the 'middle wcs'.
and the 'enemy's country.' Dcmnrra t
and Republicans in mighty nui'ibe t
again united as In 1S9fi and l!ino. an'1
for tho third time ruled liini out or,
Nov. 3, 1903. HISTORY. '
President of United Mine Work
ers Sneaks Out Plainly.
HE DECLINES TO BE OATS' PAW
An Official Declaration Which Spreads
Consternation Among Men Working
In the Interest of Bryan and Which
Shows the Temper of the Leaders
Who Seek Only to Promote the
Cause of Labor and Not Advance
Indianapolis, Oct. 13.
Samuel Gonipcra, who has been try
ing to swing the labor vote to Bryan,
got a severe jolt when ho read an
official circular issued by T. L. Lewis
the national president of the United
Mine Workers of America.
The Bryan managers have been
claiming a big following among the
.mine workers, but President Lewi?
has made it clear that thl3 organiza
tion shall not he used to pull the client -nuts
out of the fire of men who seek
to work union labor in politics to ad
vance their own alms.
Iu this letter, sunt out a few days
ago by President Lewis, among other
"Wo arc in the midst of a political
campaign. Every method known to
political managers will bo used to se
cure votes for their respective candi
dates. This is especially true in the
attempt to obtain expressions from
those holding official positions in labor
"I am in receipt of hundreds of let
tors from men of all shades of political
beliefs and from all parts of tho Unit
ed States, asking for my opinion of
tho different candidates, or my views
upon the issues involved in tho politi
"The United Mine Workers did not
elect me International president to in
fluence your political preferences, or
how you should cast your voto on elec
tion day. You have elected mo to di
rect tho affairs of the United Mine
Workers. The success of tho United
Mine Workers and the welfare of its
members has and will receive my first
and only consideration as long as I
have the honor of representing you.
Not Taking Sides.
"I nm not responsible for Interviews
appearing in tho newspapers, alleged
to bo from mo, that I favor any par
ticular candidate. I have declined to
express or to give any statoment po
litically for or against any candidate
or Issue, nor do I intend to do so. This
letter will bo my answer to all who
ask me for any advice along political
"I have tho honor to represent an
organization of nearly 300,000 mem
bers of every known nationality and
different political views. Wo hivo
among our members Prohibitionists
Populists. Independents, Socialist' .
Democrats and Republicans. From
what I know of our members you ar
fully competent to decide for your
selves how you will vote on election
"All my time Is required to look af
ter tho interests of tho United Mine
Workcis. Those Interested In ttic
subject matter of this letter will plcnso
refialn from writing me in cimntnim
with polities If they hope to get an
J he unitcii Mine workers as en
organization has been In existence- fi
jnany years belorc this political en .,
palgn. and wo nil wish that it m v
, live many years nrtor the picon
immpnlsii haa pawd into history. aV
, until ovory wrong of which tho mine
j complains is honorably adjusted." j
Oct. lUth.-Mru. Edward Hacker is
very ill with pneumonia. Hatold Hacker,
who lias hail a touch of the same disease,
Mrs. H. W. Clanimell and Miss Gil
christ spent Tucsdav with Mrs. Thomas
L. Portiinin, of Tvlcr Hill.
Mis. I.avinia l'ethick is enteitnining
her siMer, Mrs. Davis, and nephew and
niece, Mr. and Mts. Davis, of Hamilton.
Canada. They aie also being ciilcilained
by Mrs. Henry A. Bennett and Mis. .John
Mis Laura Slnyton, of Port land, Maine,
armed Thursday last, to visit her mother
anil other relatives.
ltev. and Mrs. J. 11. Cody, the Misfes
Staines, .Miller and liilehrist attended
the Sundnv School ("omentum at Seelv
ille, on 'I liursday last. Mr. and Mrs.
Meyers were elected delegates fioni the
liev. W. 1!. Sigiior will continue the
revival meetings at Pleasant Valley, this
Charles Manning, of Newburg, N. Y.,
.'nine Saturday to visit his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. I). VV. Manning.
Bessie Kimble, of Pleasant Valley,
spent Sunday with her cousin, Miss Kfla
Mis. Chin Us l'ethick is at home, after
her long illness at Proiiijiton.
POR REGISTER AND RECORER.
A. O. BLAKE.
Carpets Cleaned on the Floor.
The Oscar Smith establishment will
have one of their Vacuum Carpet Clean
ing Machines in Iloiiesdale on October
l'.itli. and will clean the Presbyterian
chinch. An invitation is extended to
parlies having any carpets to clean to
coine and see the'kiud of work they do.
The old style of cleaning carpets is'done
away with. You don't have to take
your carpets up and heat the life out of
them, which is injurious to the carpets,
nor do you have your house torn up for
days. They guarantee to take dirt out
of carpets, upholstered furniture, bed
ding, blankets, etc., without injury to
the same, and without creating any dust,
or taking the articles to be cleaned out
of the room. Any orders or inquiries
left at C. Ii. Dunning's (-tore will have
prompt attention. 2-ltf
DJi.C. IS. I5KADY, Diintist. Honesdale, Pa.
Oitiit 1 Ioens-H a. m. to 0 p. in.
Any evcnliii; by appointment.
Citizens' phone. XS. Bcsldence, No. &UX.
At any time when your stomach Is not In
coin! condition, you should take Kodol, he
'ausc Kodol digests all the food you eat. and
it supplies health and strength for the stoni
.uli in that way. You take Kodol Just for a
little while when you have silent attacks of
Indigestion and you take it lust a little longer
In order to set relief from severe attacks of
luilicestloii or Nervous Dyspepsia. Try
Kodol today. Sold bv PKIL. i'he Druggist.
J the Judge of the several Courts of
the County of Wayne has issued his precept
for holding a Court of (Juarter Sessions, Oyer
and Terminer, and (ieneral Jail Delivery In
and for said County, at the Court House, to
MONDAY. OCTOIlElt 2, 1KM
and continue one week:
And directing that a Oraml Jury for the
CouitB of (Juarter Sessions and Oyer and
Terminer be summoned to meet on Monday,
October III. 11W. at 2 p. in.
Notice is therefore hereby given to the
Coroner andJustlces of the Peace, and Con
stables of the. County of Wayne, that they bo
then and there iu their proper persons, at
said Court House, at 2 o'clock In the after
noon of said loth of October. liUS, with their
records, inqulsitlous.cxamiiiatloiis amlothcr
remembrances, to do those things which to
their otllces appertain to be done, and those
who are bound by recognizance or otherwise
to prosecute the prisoners who are or shall
be in the Jail of Wayne County, be then unit
thereto prosecute against them as shall be
(liven under my hand, at Honesdale. this
3th day of October. 1D0S. and In the Kilst year
of the Independence of the United States.
WILLIAM B. BOADKNIOIIT. Sheriff.
PPBAISEMIiNTS. Notice is given
that appraisement of $300 tot he wid-
dows of the following named decedents have
been filed in the Orphans' Court of Wayne
county, and will be presented for approval
on Monday. Oct. 20. UXM-vlz :
Victor Mlzler. Berlin : Personal and Ileal.
Daniel Mitchell. Berlin; Personal.
Lee II. Horton, Mt. Plearant : Personal.
Margaret Leonard. Canaan ; Personal and
1.' ' , , . - M-J- BANLAN. Clerk.
Honesdale. Oct. 7. 1SJ08.
HKl'OKT OF THE CONDITION
HONESDALE NATIONAL BANK
HONKS BALK. WAYNK COPJJTY, PA.
at tho clou1 of liulness. Sept 2.1, 1!WS.
Loans. anil Discounts $
Ovcnl rait secured Mini mwurcil
V. S. I'.oniN to "eeorcil mil.it In.i.
Premium on ('. S. Bonds ..
Bonds, scmltlcs, etc
tures Due from National Banks (not
Due Irom iipptoved loerve
twills .. . .
Check!) mill oilier cash item
Notcsof oilier .National li.niks
I'raetloual paper curienij. niit:-
els and cents
Liwful .Money Uoserve In 11 ink.
viz: .specie JKiJW IK)
,, , leaal tender notes I, I!J Ui
Itcdcinptlon Inn. I wnli l . !-.
lreinrcr. i5 cnt. of circu
lation) awns rff
,',. COJ iw
, 220 OJ
Capital stork paid 111 j,
Undivided mollis less expense
ami taxes paiil
National n.mk imia outstanding
.state liaiik notes outstandinir
J uu to other National Ban!... ..
Hie to state Banks ami liaiikcis
Individual deposits subject to
cheek.. . .... JU.II.OUI fit
deposit 2.1.1,11 mi
Certllliil checks . . liiST'd
Cashier's hecks. il-
Uaiidln;; . .nr, ir,
I'oml I'oiiouid ... .
Nolcs and hills icdi'-i oni.tcd
Bills payahle. in .,ii,K n-. .ill-
eatcsot deposit lor money Ixn-
I.lahlllt lea. it lir.rthan those above
I '.W 1) 00
lk !,! JJj
T.il il . u,. ..
S i 'I'-V yl,,'!ls,-y,lvil.lll.!l' County of Wayne, ss.
i.iiimii r. mirey. t anner oi u:e iinove
named liank. (Iu . soVniiil swear Hut the
llllllVll -it'll Ill lo f,',. ... ,1... I
knowledge and beliel. '
, h. r.TOKIIKY. Cashier.
...' .'"r1 rl""' anil swoin io neioie me this
2uth day ol Sept.. imw.
, , i:.a..smi;ii.n. p.
,?i n i-i ai icsi
Ain:i:w Tno.vi'.'o.v, I
ii. mi i: Ouki'm:. VDIiu tors.
I.. I,. llAi:ni:.Ni:hi:iii. I
nKUlSO.L :. .OTlCK. Xiti-c is
It herein f.,iui Hint tin- iiccoiiiiiants
herein nanu'ii haxceiibil their lespeiMvc
accounts In the olld enf the We M-le.-ol Ills
ol ayne County, l'a., nnd ilia! the .une will
he presented al H:e Oipnans' Co.irt ot said
lira , .Mllll IllllUIMI, .'11 UlflOtlll House1
: , , in, ,m- nun in .iKiiiuii oi lie
tuber ne.it - iz :
I'irsl and llnal account of i:.c. lo:o.ex
ecutorof the estate of KIImi o'llonik. Way
u luinesiiaie, on me loiutli .Mou.Ia of ()-'
Kjrst ami tlnal aeioiuit of O. ( . Doll.e ami
'!' ..'vyiisoii. executors of the estate of Ii.
J. O lioiirke. aynian.
Mrst and tlnal account of Paul H. ( t'Nelll. ;
admlnlstraior ui Hie n.oii,. ,,r I'tnrin. i- i
I; rst ami final act omit of o. . Doll.e ami
I'frstand linal account of Mayine Kirgan
1:10. nVi'!!le;!!!?i "U' "M:",,"f
lirst anil ilnnl -w. m ,.r i,.i ii.......... .....
. . : . .i. . w.tin ,1, .nn-i , ,in lies, ex
ecutor of the estate of Jesse V. Ilaynes. 1'res-
.ii.....r i. ; ' ' ... .'.
I'lrst and final account of Kiiiiua Kiirle.ad -
liiinistratrix or the estate or Patrick Purie.
'i'"iii xn -v. pipsoii JUKI
if: ' HlUii MHiilurn of Hit 's!:in of S. 11.
I.'tfut im.i1 lit...! i ..r t- i-t i
I'iist and llnal account of 1 it tie P. Lane.
...iiiiiiii-ii inn ia oi me esiaie oi rairieK I
M, in,,, I ..Ii.,,,...,
Supplementary account of S. N. Cross, ad-
'",.," ',""",' '," 'mi iiei .. on. .-Meriiug,
.Mist and linal aceoimt of Charles A. Me
( iirlv. !iiltiiliilkt,..it.ir .,r ,i,..
drew 1-aatz. llvberre.
I'irst and final uccomit of Isaac D. flavilt.
( Ail nun ui ine nisi win oi vioielta (iavltt
l.'lrui .l.l'il II. ,..i ......... ... , . ...... .
i i i ni'iiiu in .iiiiiuie r.i'KOCCK.
i i. i , esiaie ui .lonn .. i-.eK-
, 1 ,iiiiiterx.
Kirst and linal account of William II.
Osborne, executor of the estate of Caroline
I.'lrt .iiwl II,,., I ..... I ..t i- . .
. .i, ii ,,i i-.u-eiii- riwillgie.
executor of the estate of Peter lletzcl. South
Ii'lrul ..till fltwil ., ..f 4 Ml . ,..
ci'utor of the estate of .Maria A. llufteln.
. ...m .,4,l UUOIIIIl Ui I-. V. JIIIIUHiril
HllinftiKt r.'tiitrof tlu nt ..r l i,t,....i....
r ; iitVi,; i itiiuny,
i irsi ami nnai account or llattle.M. Conk-
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v, ... 1111,1 a ui lilt
estate of William llox. IScthany.
k. w.uAMMia,!.. Jteglster.
JOSEPH N. WELCH
The OLDEST Fire Insurance
Agency in Wayne County.
Office: Second floor Masonic Build,
ing, over C. C. Jadwin's drug store,
TUIAL LIST. Wayne Common Pleas,
October Term, 1903, bcginningOct.lM.
1 Moore, Keceiver, vs Prey.
2- " " " lirlnk.
i " " liortrce.
i- " " " Brink.
5- " " " Smith.
" " Bohbacher.
iSears. Lx'r. vs Cole.
-lCckbeck vs Isenhardt.
9 Kordnian vs Denloet al.
10 Spencer vs Smith, Kx'r.
11 Hazen vs County of Wayne.
12 Bass vs Kennedy,
l.'i Woodrow vs Kane.
II Olzelskl vs Taylor.
15-Paupack Kleetrlc Co. vs Drake.
11! Kreltner Bro's vs Dean.
17 Nolan vs Clark,
. . . M.J. HANLAN. Clerk.
Honesdale. Oct. 5, 1008. 2ow3
T M. SALMON,
III- iTTilHVPV X PrtfTVDffT nn.IV. .
-- - v.... t'....vj,-ni-i.An,
Olllec-Ner.t door to post otllcc. Formerly
occupied Uy W. II. Dliniiilck. Iloncsdnlc. l'a.
M. H. LKB.
A'lTOttVKV A milVSVI nn.l. ....
)lltceover post ni-. All letrnl business
promptly attended to. HonesilHlo. l'u.
. ATfOK.VEY A COtlNSKI.OK-AT-LAW.
Ollice in Poster building rooms 0 and 10,
. ATTOll.SKY A COUNSEI.OIt-AT-I.AW.
..,),."t7iTr,'"K,ty l,.aI.1 f,!"dhi!;. upitmltethc
Post OllUe. Iloiiesdale. l'a.
ATlillfVKV A fVtl'Vurf nD.iT.t . i.
.... ...... t - y ,
l.'ltiti( h mill funiHifiita uiMomul iuil,u.t.. ii...
Court UeiiVf hMlalerpa? '
nHABLKS A. McCAKTY,
I ATl'mWVV X pniTVL'tt mi. in. .
w ... .w....... n vvi;.ii;nwu-Aj',AI,
Special and prompt attention eiven tothe
'eolleellotiot claims. Ollice over Keifs new
i stoic. Hotusdale. l'a.
KTKK H. 1LOKK.
X ATTOIIXKY A COUNSEI.OIt-AT-J.AW.
i .!!'!Vt'"'""I, !lo.? oId Savlncs Bank
Inilldlic. Iloiiesdale, l'a.
71 P. KIMBI.K.
1 . ATTOKNUY A COltNHKl.Olt-AT-l.AW.
Ollice over the post ollice. Iloncsd.itc. l'a.
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Qllltv neai Court House. Iloiiesdale. Pa.
L. IIP'.'. J A'J,
ATIOli.N. Y A COUNSEI.OK-AT-LAW.
I Ollice om i- -,t oillcc. Iloiiesdale. Pa.
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"cr i.un a store. Honesdale. l'a.
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K. E. T. BKOWN,
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Olllce-Klrst Itoor.old Savings Hank build
lug. Iloiiesdale. Pa.
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H. II. B. Sr.ABLKS,
! otl'ce and leildence lllli Church street
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ONKSIULK SCHOOL DISTINCT
four per cent, coupon School Bonds for
These bonds are free of tax and is
sued in diin)iiiiiiationsof$.)(K) each, pay
able in seiies of two, three, four and
five blinds annually, until all are paid.
Interest payabL-October Island April
1st. Nos. 1 to 8 payable two each year
from p.Njj) to BllJ. Nos. 9 to 23, three
each year from 19BJ to 1917. Nos. 24
to o5 four each year, from 1917 to 1925.
Nos. ,.ito Il'O, five each vcar, 1925 to
The Bonds and .semi-annual interest
coupons ate payable at the Wayne
County Savings Bank.
The atsessed valuation of Honesdale
i over $2,(i)0,(00, and this issue consti
tutesthc bonded indebtedness of Hones
dale School DUtri :t.
Bidders v.Iio hi 1 for less than all the
bonds shf tili! specify the series intended
or date of bonds they bid for.
SKALKD BIDS for all or any part of
these bonds with accrued interest from
October 1, 190S, will be received by A.
-f. lieine, becretary, on or before Oc
tober lt', IPOS.
The board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
A. M. Leine, A. T. Searle.
For New Late Novelties
SPENCER, The Jeweler
'usrnnteed nrttcles only fold."
The new Ilain Coats, at Mexseb A
Co.'s are protective and stylish. 2?eitf