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CyOOOy&OOOS&iiB Factory No. 2 of the Hawley Ghun . The Bostoman ladies' Orchestra -Miss Carmine I.. Petersen, President
CUT 1 UTAnn PA! HUM SI Co-has resume! work with a fall force, and Mart King, Header, is announced of Ihe Honesdale. Improvement Society,
I .hill A WllKl) LtlLUMri after beinz idle since the first of July, for Slonday, Dec. 7th, at the Lyric has hecn made a member of the eland-.
5 TSf'ilicinf thPfSrteri:.n church 1 iieaur. xuus f miixii euui)iii urou , luovuiuiuiua: vu uu ui uk aaic im- a uoou uunce m ctica an dccrpiaoic ina iseiui uitt at a Eating in pns
::riei?!r&X-tnit-2VZf m l-caiiejniinei re.;jyien..nciiui;ii ...... .... , .s
-. - . . . , i .1 na iDirnuacuon ki uunirswuv ikviih: as rniiuu ui lniiwiiiHiua nuaira.
ACRES FAItM-t-ori bai!diur-t.ir barrHs ti North Carolina. filled with -m'i - -". - jir. ana jirs. tuson ii. uianain, oil
S?J? jrrrxiflT-FiL lUwi?v r2! clothing, show, etc.. Lr destitute colored race in this town on several occasion, Scranton, welcomed a little daughter of
lixvur. JQ. ri-.i.N U.W kit. llawier. r. 'f SJ ,he ,afl ,;mc nnd lhe auspices of the ine pounds to their Iwmehold, Nov.
lh&XUZriZ- Ev a recent otder of tU, T V' formerly liss
TAX1AXKI. in MmT Tea department, revered maif matter is to , b-7"an. chBh- e'r ' Z M KnaPP' f Honesda,e-
townix-. b m to work oat their ro.4 , . ,a , , 11 entirely new, consisting of . ... . ,
caSkK! So iwrr KrV.
OYSn:i: sri'PEK at !ilbin irrtisrl
rinrr. t-ttinlijr. Xw.ii. M.J. llanlan. W.
II. nuli-1 i-1 ifcrr will mite sdarew.
Voa ar? Inv!;I. '1
IiST A rai ill oiiJIx-.l j!r iniUli'w
wUanJ nln. set w:ta Sunrae re"?- A lib
eral reward for rrara to Ctn.irjo:fioe. ll
lANTEIl-Ojcniient Bkter. AH'ly
nKTniiKS Mum MM airl ittM. la!il
Ktf TJtor A Mtiira . K2
I IXJ:!:!IaHjtrMi u. renKirrhtj- from
lhccMiJi-H.lifi.trd 1 CTupnim. lit.'. A.
mi: SALElut aiwl hniMiar lrailnl at
Iia Maki j.tv-i. IHj-alrc o.- wnlcl . K.
Tlllli:i: LISKEX. prJUkaJuj-bolcr-
M-arxJ raniiirt mjicr. o j.m sim.
clasRcal and popular selection.
Graham Wat!, who, Slay 10, 1S55,
wa promoted to the grade of Kegimental
Quartermaster Serjeant of the 67lh Iteg.
Pa. Vol. Infantry, leftjon Sunday mom- o Honefa,e
r r r T '
ing IUI ior rmuncK ijiowcacyj junc
tion, laryland, where he witnessed on
Tcesdav, the 2tt!i. the ceremonies at-
sJdresftJ. Not even on a written order
will is b? d3ivere1 t sn-lhfr iv?r.n.
N. K. Kinsbaiy.of Aiiam:: leaves,
tlii cously, has bvuslu o::S thi- bakery
basn?.s of . II. Fox, in Depart. He
ImV rrtession on I n Jay !at. Mr. Fox
renisijiinj; for the pre "Jit a an assistant.
District Superintendent M. Fuller, tendant upon tlie dedication of the inon
of Carhondale, will hold quarterly meet- nmeiit crecteJ in honor of the gallant
itig services in th? SI. E. church, AUcn- dead of Ihe 7Ui. S7th and ISSth Pa.
nlle, Sunday, Nor. 2?lh. ai iJS) p.-Jt.,
and at P3aant Valley thi Mine day, at
Tri p. ;i. Wolfe and Charles Yetter, of Strouds-
Eugene Fay is building a lamuier burg, and Samuel U"n":er, of Swiftwater,
boarding house at Stariisht. calculated Monroe Co., were also in attendance.
a young lady, weighingcight pounds, who
came to the home of Sir. and Mrs. Arthur
B. Mull, of Xew York city, Xov. 19th.
Sirs. Hull was formerlv Sliss Edith F.
SSiml ?ywtr' "commodate forty city guest . Wm.
ir1ifinm-li1x! nunwr. Xt-. Coniining, of Lake Goino, has tlie con
tract for the erection of the hotel, nhich
made Ihe trip via Kew
THE WIIATSOEVEK ar.lc vf tbeM.C
"hurjj will bW luaniiui Ijir and aprer will b? up-to-date in evirv detail.
TtiarsiiUj-aItcmj and ermirtr. Int-r . ... ... , .... ,
Srd. FantTarJirlf"(.'lll''.apTi3saiiainje- Tlie fact that November l-ith I
-rw Kjrmnirlf.itJ.i:i.ainnsana borac- me tact that Novemoer l-Mh tell on
R&V2JgR. "5Sm Sunday this jTar aided one day s lease
. of life to the lot of some of the deer that
MlKKKXTU. KlAJltltiA. a popular and roani the forest. The deer seawnsliould
Sirs. William II. Guinn, of Haw-
i ley, is seriously ill.
Sirs. Joel Hill, of Lookout, was a
rorasuid Mrtkalars. addrc-M J!. M. i:iti-. hare opened on November 1-Hh, but as !u
SpjJlhlul winter rewmt. For 1CM txww.
art. as abire.
holiday m:xrrri:Eat ni:ovx"s.
Parlor Suits at Brown's.
Bedroom Suits at Brown's.
Cuucbe at Brown's.
PaotT C3iirs at Brown".
Itiniii; ane and wood Cbalrs at Brown s.
FOB SALE OB FOR BEXT.-Hwelllas
bvase.onmprotlViurt and Eisbtn stroet.Iu
rairec II. Z. UuseU.
WAYXE FAKM A:EXCY.-If ra hire
anr (arm protieriT or rcair? 3 any cinu. ruu
can rcristermthurrrec(oH4.ana prosrtr
will be adxrrt ised throueti tbe I'nited States.
Smd for rirculir.
WAYXE FAKM AGEXCY. Hnnewlilc. I'a.
Sirs. Adam Sletiger visited her
daughters, Sirs. George Gotlschalk and
Sirs. George -Miring, in N'ew York city,
last week, and while there attended the
wedding of her granddaughter. Katherine
1 U llf-i f I. I- ... x-
regiments. Co. Commissioner Thomas ; r &"Kcr' wi"
C. Ma iden, of Angels, this county, Peter , or '
Jirs. rraiiK oilier, and her two
; children, Hildegarde and Frank, left last
i Saturday morning for Philadelphia, to
spend a few weeks with Sirs. Voltier's
parents, prior to going to Hartford,
where Sir. Voltier is to take charge of a
I large Elevator concern.
George W. Knapp has been assign
1 ed to the run of trains No. 7 and 8, from
Jersey city to Elmira, in the place of
Edvard Iiosencranse, deceased, and
Wm. H. Lent, of Port Jervis, succeeds
him on trains 47 and 43, the Southern
Tier Express. Sir. Knapp will move
from Hornell to Elmira in Ihe spring.
The late Webb Horton, a native of
the town of Liberty. N". Y., who died in
Sliddletown a few years ago, leaves an
estate of between $2,000,000 and $3,009,
000. Deceased was well known in the
Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits
At Price that save yon from ?2.0 to $5.00 on a
A superb" assortment at the lowest priu fjr
Th? tinest Waists offered' this season at Special
Prices for Thanksgiving.
The SIdst Comprehensive Assemblage of I lata
ever seen in Honesdale.
Splendid values in THANKSGIVING
LINENS. Fine Irish, Belgian and German.
Damask Table Linen, an importation of New
Desiens at special nrices.
Hemstitched Damask Sets including one Table
Cloth and one doien Napkins, at special low
prices. Exceptionally good values for Thanks- -Biving.
; Groceries; none but the best gra3
Sale of Thanksgiving Groceries; none but the best grade of goods sold in
FOR SALE. Hunsc. HI tVrjrt St.
Bitky. IIdcsiU. Ta.
Snndav huntinz rs not nemiitted. Slon-' Charles FaaU succeeds Jacob
!day, November ICth, marked the open- Deutsch as janitor of the Lyric theatre,
ing of the season, and the killing of deer ' Sir. and Sirs. W. F. Suydani will
i may cc-ntinue until December!. Each, pass their Thanksgiving in New York
hunter is limited to kill one male deer, citv.
! with horns, in a season. Ilex. J. H. Boyce. of Hamlinton, is
Oiiicials of the Prudential Insurance j conducting revival services at Slapie
Co. are investigating the ciicunistances I wivmI.
surrounding the deatli os" Norman E. Henry Z. Hussell and daughter, Sliss ; northern part of this county, and in Da
LaBarr, formerly of Starucca, who was Sophie, are spending a few days in New : mascus, where he was interested in the
Kr. :.. n--!. .... x- t - " tanmnir indiistrv. I
. v. d ..Mill uAunvn, inrum. lOrfcCll.. ' - j t X'iL. tT 1 .
J The deceased took out a policy for$5,-( Mrs. A. W. Simons and children, of Announcement was made at a din-J W ltll VOlir 1 UrkeV, Or ailV Other meatS C00K
099 with the Conipanv during the past ' ii.i.- ,.. , fi,nri ,-;; in n. ner recently tendered bv Harvard men
year. nnl the policy is void if the insured p r.nmH p.,,nirt " Boston to the crew and ball team. 1
e WHAT A TEMPTING DINNER O
i committed suicide within one vear.
Born, to Sir. and Sirs. E. Keed, of
. . M - " -
uonlpany cairns ,na, mere aamneni . .vw.e jn,u a an(1 to Mr. and Mrs,
mystery about Labarr s death to war-, 1TaBamll a d.ngh.er.
ivenior Sttiart has approved lhe
appliiin for a cliarter for a railroad to
It will be the spcond railnod J,r- a,,u .J"B' ". J ' . Royal Taft, of Dunmore, formerlv of
York Giants, will coach the Harvard
pitchers next spring. "He will have
1 rliam of tlif mrlr in tlir. hfi&fHill furre
-ReabenSmaU.of North Slain street., and hasbeen imUedtn with me
1 went to sew lorK city, lasi oaiuraay,
to remain a week with friends.
ed in one of our PERFECTION
' ROASTERS ! ,
squad until outdoor work is well under i
"Unman Lite." a splendid illustrat
ed monthly magazine, edited by Alfred
Henry Lewi, i!l be sent as a premium
to each of the first hundred friends of county, i! urn oe Hie i-cona railroau . . , .... , - i tioyai xait, 01 ui
TKC who o.dl.ar ' "tr, and wi be styled the 'T ,f '1 coupled with
. ji ort .icrvifi and ueianaro alley, its - " inat 01 inerre5iaem-eiect as an intimate
l Sirs. John Sampson, of Bethany, has r.M 1 1 i rf nrnlA4 tilt. iRpmitnti Ttnto tint
payinent fora!1M.t ; :viiV Tl... ,i;r.tra been the cuest of her niece, Mrs. J. II.
and a haff, either for a new
tiuu or as an advance
Be one of Francis A. Sawyer, Canton, President ; Kinbeck, of Peckville, for several days.
i I" - .1 O T 1 ?. f .. I C .1 ,1 .
J 1111'." outill..-. til cuuuucuuig, iv-
cently spent two weeks in Philadelphia,
j Emerson ami James S. Helden, Port
Jervis, and Representative Alfred Slar-
viu and T. F. DeGraw, Slatauiora..
name alreadv on our list.
he hundred! " ex-Congressman U. r. right, usque-
Ulof ,h,h,k-,l H..,..i;"i "anna; Isaac N. Beardslee, Ednaxd I
closed on Thursday, Nov. 35th, Thanks
SIowow. nu-i iiifr the Wavnpoonntv
lino.inlk.'.wnm Ui.,!,,.! troudsburg's free mail delivery
Bank, nith a capital of $?,G90.
while believes the genealogical statement J
about this in advance of
that Thanksgiving Dinner. We
correct ihe item so , nave tne Roaster. We want you to TRY it.
intimate with the . J
system was inaiigiirate.1 on Slonday of
. Tl net proceeds of the cake sale, in , , . i i
the town hall, last Saturdav, in aid of
the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty
to Animals, was $15..Y.
There are now at rei-t in beautiful
Glen Dyberry, Ihe reiuaiiir of I.-VW jr
sons, in nijich are included the llit of
sixty-nine soldiers of ihe ar of ISIS,
the Slxican and civil wjrs. Tl'e firet
inteitnetit a made in Ihe ceiuelery,
Nov. 21, Kit.
A year ago Fred. W. Kreitiier pur
chased a lot, by r2 feijt, on ItHh sirl.
of the Fanners" and Mechanic:- Bankr
Tlie projterty .va terenllydd ! Kivh
ntr Brothers. Consi delation in !lh
traiiactionr, private. The latior linn
gave she Irani aild !ied to Frank .1. Xut
ce, if he would remove iliem, aud he
has completed ihenork. ICreilni-r Br:h
ers trill at once eject a iiK3ern two
story dwelling, containing ten Mmms,
and high attic, on the !(. There trill be
no ditliculty in renting Ihe projvriy.
Ilovvaid Hailuug, fonueilya Hones
dale butcher; now t-iuployed in a Dick
son avenue meat mat 1-1, Scrantou.
picked a chicken on a wager in forty
j-fconds, a few days since. The feat
serine likely to give him inore than local
nuloriety, as a travelling man for a
baked bean company happening to see
an account of-his accoiuplisiiinent.
and S r. M. Hen-, nhere we liave had
carriers fur year, we have to be content
with two deliverie a day, and it so hap
pens that thev are at not by any means
at th n'jost convenient hours. A letter
reaching Honesdale by the afternoon
Erie or D. sinl H. railroads, if address
ed to Mrec and number, must lie in the
poit-o:l;ce til! the next forenoon, too
late f i a reply even by the morning
mails on either m.-.d ; a:id such matter
as"conies aft.-r tiflon on Saturday vill
not reach the parties addresswl liefore
nine o'clock, on an average, the nest
Slonday inoniing. Certainly here ii
gnd K-cafjoia f r I'ncle atii to fit up
anil t.ie notice.
its an ill wind that b!'v uobwly
g.od. WIicm tlie I'aik Theatre in
Brooklyn, N. Y., wa entirely derttoyed
by tire Zfl week, patnm of that house
were for the time being robbed of the
delights of stepping from their front
dMir into a New York attraction, and
ihoe that deMred to visit a theatrical
performance were compelled to take a
long trolley or subway ride, or stay at
home, and on tin- oiher hand, some
sixty iKTSiins were ihrwwu out of work
Until tlie theatre can be re-bui!t ; but
had not this undesired catastrophe oc
curred, patrons of the Lytic would have
true, he desires to
far as to his being
president-elect is concerned, as he has I
holding court for the peaceful Quakers. ! no personal acquaintance with him and, j TV AT VTa J Bj r I I A I T T Ei
-Mrs. W.F. Suydani. and son Dur-; infac'' has never hil"' . 1VX . OX i- I X IVJO J-V.
land, of Ha wlev. are spending a few' Tlie following young people of Wayne' !
davs w ith the former's mother. Sirs. Coe ! county, are students at the West Chester,
, . . 1 1
Sirs. Keturah Branning, of Hawley,
lias returned from a six months' visit
with friends in South Dakota and Slichi-
Pa., State Normal School : G. Lucile
Abraham, Damascus ; Slarv N. Brad
bury, Beach Lake; Slildred J. Elliott,
Hollisterville ; Reed F. Gager, Coldi
Spring; Harriet I. Gregory, Prompton;
Floyd W. Hawk, Soutfi Canaan ; Walter
- i r r-J r
rrimiz anu tLNeiT t-uiA t,. - c r
Ererlmg, of tins place, attended the Ma- J mm . Maude E Xob,e Ca,khl5
hoski-Evviling welding reception m & g,,,, Canaan. F
Simpson last wc-ek. Revnolds, Slilanville.
Charles J. Weaver is hiking after, rmler w healill f ..VValU and
tne inieresi oi iii-u-i itayne """s -T-ilL-s
FOR ALL !
the absence at Sizerville of hi brother
John II., the proprietor.
Mayor J. Benjamin Dimmick, of
S;ratito:i. was the guest of Governor
Sluatt.at the executive mansion, Harris
burg, on Thursday evening lat.
Mr. and Mr. Ray Bayly, of Beach
Lake, have just moved to Honesdale,
inonz Artists," last Sunday's
New York Herald say: "Mis Jennie
Browiiscombe is at work on a painting
of three young girls in an orchard in
blossom. She has recently completed a
single figure of a gill seated by a window
emblazoned with coats of arms. The
girl is making a garland from a profusion
of roses that lie on the carved bench on
the former baring secured employment which she sit. Sliss Brownscouibe also
with I lejrving Cut Glas Co. I has just finished fome successful portrait ,
Ilenrv W. Dunning, Esq., of Wilkes-1 w,,rU l'astel."
promptly visited him and made an ar- be?n coiuwlled to gto their turkev re-
raugeiueiit for another contest to come
off with a rival chicken picker at an
early day. There w ill probably be some
fowl work when the match comes oil.
We call attention to the advertise
ment of the Scrantou Life Insurance
Co, on tin fourth page of cover of this
issue THis company wrote $13,000,000
worth of life insurance during its lin-l
year. It is oflicercl by men who have
been verv successful in business life, and
the same care and energy which brought
4ioces.s in other lines lia fitted them to
tafely and successfully carry on lhe
business of the Scrantou Life Insurance
Co. Those desiring insurance will do
wellto read their advertisement and care
fully examine their new plan for placing nonagenarian, Mrs, F. B. l'enniman of
life insurance. the latter cla&s, clear in mind, though
Tlie first American Thanksgiving physically weak, having reached her
Day wag observed in 1021, ihe year af-' ninety-ninth year. Just at this writing,
ter their landingfrom the Mayflower, by however, we timet yield the palm to To-
Ihe Pilgrims at Plymouth, Mass., as a wanda, Sire. Klira SlcKeau having cele-
token of gratitude for an abundant liar- brated on Saturday, the 21st, iii that
vest. In Iu23 a public day of thanks- town, her one hundred and first birth-
.,r.iul .ml one is mentioned in dav. in nossessiou of all her faculties I .
. . ..i ...:'i, An:nnnf i,.r .-o.;i. oi.-He money
a letter oi i tt.. kiuuiuu jiiuimcu ..v. .j..f,.... i
uii-Ii .lv in 17K9. after tlie adoption of can see. but not very well. She was
born in Ljlclitieia, tiericimer county,
past without the thought that afterwards
they could witness what the Brooklyn
folks, were missing, for "The Sign of
The Four," the famous Sherlock Holmes
detective drama, was booked for Brook
lyn this week, and now that it has no
theatre tohouse them, Hoiiesdalelheatre
goers can reap the harvest. Tickets now
on sale at the box oflice.
Wayne county is quite noted for its
cases of exceptional longevity, a num
ber of its residents having passed the
century mark before answering the final
summons, and one at least Mrs. Sarah
Benjamin attaining the ripe old age of
113. We have several octogenarians in
Honesdale to-dav, aud an occasional
B.ure, has ju't purchased a lot on the
eastern portion of Glen Dyberry. adja
cent' to the Reed-Dorfiinger plot.
Sir. and Sirs. O. T. Chambers, of
11th street, will partake of their Thanks- 1
giving turkey at the home of their dangh- 1
ter. Sirs. Geo. G. Johns, in New York
Dr. Divyer, of Forest City, has an-,
nou need his intention of removing to
Great Bend, for the purpose of practic
ing medicine. He will al- open a drug
store in that place.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. B. Holmes en
tertained the choir of the Prcs-byterian
church, and the Sunday school class of
the latter, at their pleasant home, last
A second son arrived at the home of
Sir. and Mrs. Geo. D. Keyrer, of Salt
Lake City, Utah, a few days ago. Sirs.
Keyser was formerly Miss Florence L.
Suydani, of Honesdale.
-Sirs. Frank SIcKeuua, of Ridge
street, returned home on Ihe Kith, from
the State hospital, Scrantou, when- she
submitted to a severe operation. Her
health is greatly improved.
Wm. G. Faatz and F. H. Faatr, of
Lestershire, N. Y., former Ilonesdalers,
w ill eat their Thanksgiving dinner in Sa
vannah, Georgia, where they are attend
ing the great automobile races.
Fritz Breideiistein, ol.Willow Avenue,
has received the legacy recently left-bim
The marriage of Helen Elizabeth,
daughter of Mrs. Henry M. Boies, to
.lames Jerome Bidden, of Syracuse, will
take place Tuesday evening, Dec. Sth,
in the Second l're-bytcrian church, of
, scrantou. A reception will follow at the
Boies home on Clay avenue. The bride
cleft's Mstc-r, MUs Ethel Boies, will be
mald-of-houor, aud Mr?. David Boies
will be one of the eight bridesmaids.
Sleade Belden, of Syracuse, will be best
man. Among the social functions given
this week for the bridal party are a
-luncheon, by Sliss Frances Jermyn; :i
tea by Sirs. J. 31. Wainwright, and a
bridesmaids' luncheon Saturday, to be
given by the bride-elect. .
Tlie many friends of Rev. Dr. II. C.
SIcDermott in Honesdale will be pleased
' to learn of his appointment by the Board
of Bislwrps as one of the representatives
of Ihe Methodist Episcopal church to the
Federal Council of the Churches of
Christ in America, which is to meet in
Philadelphia in December. The Sletho
dist Episcopal church, with its three and
one-third million members, will be rep
resented by " men, nine of whom are
bishops and some of the most prominent
editors, secretaries of benevolent boards,
college presidents and pastors in the de
nomination. The Council, which rep
resents some fifteen million church mem-
By a recent nrraitrciiient with the publishers we arc
able to offer
The New York Tribune Farmer
The "Human Life" -and
FOR ONE YEAR FOR $2.00
TIIBTItllSl'NK FAKMI:i: la thoroushly practical, helpful. up-to-date
ilhitratel iritiima! wtt-tcly. Srwial na;es for Morse-. Cattle. Sheep, etc..
ami mo-t c-lansrate ami rellalile martlet reports. ' ,
Ir. I. Smead. tin-lxt known veterinary Mirseon in America, writo
regularly for Till-: TlillSl'XK FARM Kit; thoroushly covering lhe linttiln;.
care ami feeillntrutall iKimi'.-ticanlnuls.aiHl hi artiele- meet the neetNof
every praclinil workins farmer. and lntetvt every man or woman in the
c ity or town who owns a horse or cow.
The "llainan Life" i a monthly magazine with the worMV ln't con
tributors. Sample copies of the three publications
sent on aDplication to
H. C. HAND. Pkesident.
W. B. H0LSIES, Vice Pre-
. WARD, Ass't Cashier
We want vouto understand the reasons for the ABSOLUTE SECUKITY
of this Bank.
WAYNE COUNTY SAVINGS
HAS A CAPITAL 0P - - - slOO.OOO.OO
AND SURPLUS AND PROFITS OF - :ir5,000.0Q
MAKING ALTOGETHER - - 455,000.00
by a relative jn Germany. line the ment jg a f,e ,ribute to Dr. SIcDermott.
amount ($300) is not startlingly large, f, and Sirs. Charles H. Dorfiineer
will come very handy now i an(i Miss Dorfliueer. of White Mills, who
that winter is closing in. Our artistic are. j Xew York ibis week, arc staying
i friend has our congratulations. at the Hotel Walcott. They are atteud-
t.VI.'ltV nriT t. 11 ,if ., l.tnl. mini 1... l.ct U..t.r.. nnv,L.u..-;iAr n. tn. n IJ.'W'
bers, and about twenty-five million Sun-, u hag conjucted a growing and successful business" for over 5 years, serving
day school scholars, will be one of the an increasing number of customers with fidelity and satisfaction,
most significant gatherings ever held on 1 Its cash funds are protected by SIODERN 'STEEL VAULTS. -the
American continent. His appoint- .n.oh.hi,,.. ........ ..,.....
l.y the CAItKI
I'EltSON'AL ATTKXTIOX constantly civen the
ml benefit- and welfare of the nation, i Y., on Sunday, November 11, 1807, to ' -Anna, the only dajughter of Judge tog the opera, as well as shopping.
Lincoln revived the custom in 18C3 and Sir. and JIf. Truman Merry. &ne mar-1 ana airs. it. m . Arcnuaiu, win oe mar-
enee Uiat year tlie Presidents have al- ried Allen McLean and moved to To
wayi i&saed procUmatioBS appointing wanda in 1818, here she has einee lived,
the lut ThnrwUy In KmnW . V?r hurtan" serving twr've years a; ?r.v-
tlionoUrj' of Bradford county.
edo-?n f' Pf0; 1t' to I PittLADKLPiiu is to have a new $10,-
W. Silver, of New York city. Only the 1 000,000 art gallery. If they don't watch
immediate relatives of the bride and the grader, they'll fill it who ciinuiios
groom will be present. V" f "M masteis.
llank's aflalriibva notablrnble Itoanl of Directors assures the Datroni
of that SUl'HKSIK.SAFKTY which I tbe prime essential of a eood
Total Assets, - - - $2,733,006.00
DEl0SITS' SIAY BK 3IADE BY SIAIL.
IL C. HAND.
T. It. fl.ACK.
xf. f. strrnlsr.
W. U. IIOLUI
t !. HAT.MOV.