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CENT A WORD COLUMN
KOUSALK Hay liousc.on East Extenilon
RLIWL ljirffl! 1(H Willi SIXly It'Ul num. .'I. j
.The Lackawanna county grand jury
at a recent meeting recommended the
building of nineteen new bridges, one of
which will connect that county with
Wayne over the Lehigh river. A. S.
Keyes, Elbert I'. Jone- and Moses Cobb
have been appointed by Judge I'urdy,
viewers on the part of Wayne county.
A large, new and thoroughly up-to
District Superintendent M. D. Ful
ler held quarterly meetings in the M. E.
churches, at Aldenville and 'Pleasant
Mount on Sunday last.
Principal H. A. Oday of the Hones-
Idale High School, visited Carbondale on
' Monday last, and had a conference with
! Principals Ellis andTuckley, of the Dun
i more and Carbondale High Schools re-
A good not supin-r. lie sure to conic. Dolls,!
Church Sunday School rooms. T,ulr?,,taty ' dntf dwellinf; house will be erected at ! spectively,- and with them arranged that
December utn. , recently purchased by 1 the next Literary Contest shall b2 held
For SALK-The restaurant hitlltllnir on 7th (,e Kreitncr Brothers on the north side i in Dunmore on the 10th of April next.
nirev-i. mtiuuiiie -V.V."i f nut. ..... . 11. ,:..: tl.n Pnriiiiim' 1 Ar
tiimuiT. now tx-cuiiled by .lolm 'llieobiiiu.
and known ns one or tin- best business standi
in Honesdale. I., IX' Kit 11 1. ' .Ml
The selection of Holiday (lifts made cuy
byaldot our new Catalog. A copy mailed
fni! un ii'iiuest. Write lor It ui-uay ; it
worth having. C. I'ktkiisks, Honesdale
Solid Gold-Ami hlch grade, irold II led
Lockets. A beautiful assort meni. Our prices
are right. C. 1'ktkrskn. Honesdale. .ml
of 10th street, adjoining the tanners I Mrs. Margaret Stanton, of Carbon
and Mechanics' Hank property. Hones-1 dalo, Lackawanna County Superinten
dale is indebted to the Kreitner Bros, dent of the Loyal Temperance Legion,
for. many of its most beautiful resi- met a number of children of tender age
deuces, and it is expected that the one j with the mothers of some, at Miss Gil-
they are about to build will fully sus- iM1'8 rooni in the high school building
tain their reputation ns competent and 0n Monday afternoon last, and organized
A jolly party of
hunters headed bv
Hcautlftil New Sllverware.-Kxoluslve de-, iavid and Stephen S. Spruks, of Scran
ilffiiH nnnronrlate for Holiday tillts. L., , , . ,
FOK HAI.E Ixt anil bulldlnir Imated at
lia Main street. Kniiulri' or write t . h.
tllbbs. Honesdale. I'm. .till
f;S02TO,r.!,7iLi,or Stl ton. formerly merchants here, broke
1 camp near the Knob in Pike county on
saorffige' of. "T" "
Mawley. jus. STKHNHAUKIt. Hawley. I'a. , deer. Besides the Sprukses, the party
OYSTER SUI'PKIt at Indian Orchard I comprised A. Monies, Win. Smith,
Grange. Saturday. .Nov. a. M..I. Hanlan.. David Davis and J. Colgate, of Scran
1YlouJal't'e!l."t"erSW ' ton ; "Bill" Loftusand W. B. Myers, of
,L .r.,nove hay from Carbondale ; Dr. Brundage.of Cunning-
the estate of niliord 1.. (hut.iiian. uE. A.ham. Pa. ; Nelson Wells, of Pittston,
CHAPMAN. Administrator. , j M Trivelniece of Paunack.
The Presbyterian, Episcopal, Meth
odist and Baptist congregations of Hones
dale joined in a union service at the Pres
byterian church, at half-paM ten, on the
morning of Thanksgiving tiny. The
sermon was preached by the Hev. Dr.
Win. H. Swift, who spoke of physical
and moral improvements taking place
in the borough and among its people,
for which all should feel duly thankful.
The discourse was patriotic and happy
in its references to the state of the conn-
I try and to the President.
The annual meeting of the New
England Society of Northeastern Penn
sylvania was held at the otliee of W. II .
Jessun, in Scranton.on Eridav last, and
THKODOUKI.IHKKN.prrijt nil upholster
er mid cabinet maker.WU Main street. Al
kinds ol furniture repaired and upholstered
In o workmanship manner. -IIM
THE WHATSOEVER Circle of the M. K.
Church will hold Its annual fa r und supper
Thursday afternoon and evening. DeccniluT
3rd. Fancy articles, dolls, aprons and home
made candy will be for sale. Supper-tlrst
table at 5:.W. Tickets. .Ij cents. Jits
SOUUENTO. FLORIDA, a popular and
healthful winter resort, tor Im-M houses,
rooms and particulars, address O. l. Rich-
art, as above. "IJ
HOLIDAY FURNITURE at UROWN'S.
Parlor Suits at llrown's.
, I led room Suits at llrown s.
Couches at llrown s. ,
Fancy Chairs at llrown s,
Dining cane and wood Chairs at
FOR SALE OR FOR RENT.-Dwelllns
house.corner of Court and Eighth streets. In
quire of II. Z. Husm-U.
WAYNE FARM AOKNCY.-If you have
atwt fitrti, nnmprtv fir renltv of UUV Kind. Vol!
can register with us free of loM.und property
will be advertised through the l lilted Mates.
Send for circular. , i
WAYNE FARM AOENCY. Hoiiesdaje.'a. I
FOR SALE. House. 101!t Court St. C. T.
Rcntlev. Honesdale. Pa.
a branch of the order.
"Thorns and Orange Blossoms" is a
very taking title, and it is a dramatiza
tion of Bertha M. Clay's book of the
same name. As a scenic production
nothing has been omitted that would
lend to its attractiveness nnd the comp
any is of the better sort in detail, even
the smallest part being in thoroughly
competent and experienced hands.
"Thorns nnd Orange Blossoms" comes
to the Lyric, Friday evening, Dec. 4th.
An unaccountable Are occurred at
the home of George A. Kimble in Ore'
gon township, on Sunday afternoon last,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Kimble were seated in the
sitting room reading, when the latter
fancied she detected smoke, and went
to the kitchen to nee if anything had
gone wrong with the stove. All np
peared in proper order, but a peculiar
roaring, at first attributed to a passing
wagon, and later to the possible burn
ing out of the chimney, prompted furth
er investigation. Hastening out to see
if the chimnev was on fire, Mr. Kimble
discovered nothing wrong in that direc
tion, but at the same time saw that
smoke was issuing through the roof. He
turning to the kitchen, he opened the
Tuesday, Dec. L'lid, fixed a the date for 1 door of a closet located several feet from
the annual dinner. Among the officers ! the range or any stove pipe. The cloth
elected for the eiiMiing year were Col. ""K. and other contents of the closet
L. A. Wa'tres, president;' W. H. .lessup, j "ere found to be burning furiously, and
Secretary, and Homer Greene, historian. ' volume of smoke aud Humes poured
These names all have a Wayne county I out into the room, nearly suffocaling Mr.
Ilavor, which, by the way, is quite the! Kimble and singeing his hair and
usual thing in the official personnel of whiskers. Mrs. Kimble ran to the top
Fred. M. Spencer, who was at one
time regarded as hopelessly ill of typhoid
fever, in Scranton, is recovering.
MissKatherineB. Minor, of Yonkcrs,
N. Y., was numbered among tie home
coming visitors in town last week.
Clinton Dow, of Manchester, N. H.,
has been spending the past week as the
guestof II. Z. Kussell and family.
Howard Tracy, of Rochester, N. Y.,
visited at the home of his mother, Mrs.
M. L..Tracv, several days last week.
-Mrs. J. F. Muraine and Mrs. J. F.
Boylon, of Starlight, tins county, are
guests of Mrs. A. Myers, of Matainoras,
Miss Florence Eldred returned to
her studies at the Scranton Business Col
lege, on Monday, after spending her va
cation at her home in this place.
Mrs. Samuel Mitchell, for many
years a resident of Seelyville and.Hones-
dale, was recently married to James
Wallace, of Priceburg, Lackawanna Co.
Mrs. C. J. Gillespie, who spent the
past few weeks with friends and rela
fives in Scranton. left on Monday for
Montreal, Canada, where she will pass
the remainder of the winter with her
mint, Mrs. Margery Nash.
Mrs. S. M. Decker, of 1021 Court
street, who has been quite ill, improves
very slowly. Her sister, Mrs. Mulford,
of Madison, N. J., and nephew, Parke
Schoonovcr, are visiting with her. She
is under the direct care of Miss Lydia
At the expiration of his term as Dis
trict Attorney, January IbI, Herman
Harmes will remove his law ofiice from
the Court House to the second floor of
the Schuerholz building, Main street, in
the rooms recently occupied by Lawrence
Weniger and family.
Mrs. Norman Stephens, whose fine
I voice and dramatic talent delighted the
patrons of Dreamland, until a severo
I illness necessitated hospital treatment,
and subsequently a period of rest at per
sister's home in the west, was a guestof
her friend, Mrs. Frederick Wood, 702
Court street, over Sunday last.
Miss Darbara Hctz, of Seelyville,
and Joseph T. Skurrow, of Ncwburch.
N Y., were married at the home of the
bride on Wednesday last, Nov. 25, 1008,
Rev. W. F. Hopp, of St. John's Qennan
Ev. Lutheran church, officiatiug.
Rev. Father William Dassel made a
second couple exceeding happy on
Wednesday afternoon last, when at five
o'clock he joined in matrimonial bonds,
at the parsonage adjoining St. Mary
Magdalena's church, Miss Anna E.
Schroeder and John Schmuck.
Miss Emma M.Genschar and Anthony
Okowitz were joined in wedlock by Rev.
William Dassel, at St. Mary Magda
lena's church on Wednesday afternoon
last, Nov. 2o, IPOs. The bride was at
tended by her cousin, Miss Elizabeth
Rose, and Joseph Okowitz, brother of
the groom, was best man. A wedding
dinner was served ,at the residence of
Samuel Rose, uncle of the bride, on
Terrace street, after the ceremony, about
Sixty guests partaking of the good cheer.
Among out of town people present was
Mrs. Otto Hensel, of New York city, a sis
ter of the bride. Mr. Okowitz has been for
many years an employee in the Durland
Thompson Shoe factory, and is District
Deputy of the Order of the Knights of
The marriage of Dr. Patrick F. Griffin,
of 305 Main"8trceC7TlfiB"boroiigllv UJ 'Miss
Jennie Renn, of Linden street, Scran
ton, is announced. The ceremony took
place at the Waldorf-Astoria, in Now
York city, on Wednesday, Nov. 25th,
1008. The Scranton Times speaks of
the wedding as the happy ending of a
romance begun last summer, and says:
'The bride is one of the citv's best
known young nurses, having been a
menlber of last year's graduating class
at the Moses Taylor hospital, and the
groom is one of the most prosperous
practitioners in Wayne county. The
couple met late in the summer when Dr.
Grill'm attended a patient in an institu
tion in this city, where Miss Renn was
one of the nursing corps. The warm
friendship that sprang up between them
finally ripened into love. Before enter-'
ing the Moses Taylor training school the
bride resided in Bloomsburg."
Miss May J. Brown, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Calvin J. Brown was married
to Milton A. Lewis, of Carbondale, at
the home of the bride's parents on High
street, this borough, on Tuesday after
noon of last week, Nov. 24, 1008. Rev
Dr. Win. H. Swift of the Presbyterian
church officiated. Only the relatives of
the bride and groom witnesssed the
ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis left on
the afternoon D. & II. train for a short
wedding trip, nnd after their return will
be at home in Carbondale. Mr. Lewis
is employed as a firemnu on the Ontario
and Western. The young couple were
this recipientsof a number of useful and
appropriate gifts, and hnve the best
wishes of a large circle of friends.
If you fail to receive your Citizen
kindly notify us that we may ascertain
Victor Geer, of Clinton township,
has sold his seventy-four acre farm) to
John E. Ohnmacht, of Carbondale, for
Don't forget the hot supper to be
given by the ladies of Grace Ghurch on
Thursday -evening, Dec. 10th. A fine
lot of ChristmasNgoods will, be offered
for sale the same day and evening.
Hon. Leopold Fuerth offers for sale
his desirable restaurant stand on 7th
street. It is understood that if he does
not succeed in disposing of the building
with bars and furnace, he will resume
the business himself when his Legisla
tive term expires.
The Scranton Tribune did us proud
when it said in its last Saturday's issue :
"The Honesdale Citizen issued a
Thanksgiving number embellished with
colored illustrations. The Citizen un
der the new management is rapidly be
coming metropolitan in its undertak
ings." Clarence R. Callaway succeeds Mr.
Voltier as Superintendent of the plant
of the Honesdale National Elevator Co.
The position is an important one, in
volving many responsibilities, and Mr.
nnllnwnv Is in hp. rnnirntiilntpil on tlif I
:.i. a ,.(Mo.,nQ :., i.i i.;ii, . ci.,.- i ians" in the Scranton Republican of
liiiiiiu u v.tniLivAi.iiii; in ilia auiiiLi onini ii
bv his promotion.
Hie sixteenth annual dance of the
Amity Club came off at Lvric Hall on
of the hill near the house and called for
help, her cries being heard by Calvin
Kimble, who, witli others who reached
axen depot on the Erie Uw "0"Rt' !l ",t,,; liUer- ,mall' mlt out
ilmling part of the vil- ,llL" irt'' ,lle d:l"lilB(' l'''8 estimated at
about ij)ll0, which ic covered by insur
ance in the Wayne County Fanners'
The property of Anna N. Latter and
Nicholas Latter, her husband, located
near the Lackaw
railroad, and including p
lage of LacKawaxen, has been seized by
Sheriff Gregory, of Pike county, and
will be disposed of at Sheriff's sale on
Saturday, Dec. 12, at the court house in ;
Milford. ' The premises comprise about
400 acres, and include the lot on which
the Keystone Hotel, which was destroy-
ed by tire, formerly stood. On the prop
erty are seven dwelling houses and out
buildings, one large banij ice house,
large dancing pavilion with an enclosed
stand, tine grove and several stone
quarries. Ten acres are cleared, bal
The commissioners of Susquehanna
aud Wayne met at the Hotel American
in Carbondale on Friday, Nov. 20th, to
discuss the question of the erection of a
bridge over the river at Forest City. It
was entered into quite fully and thetinal
agreement was to leave the matter lor
settlement in the hands of the respective
judges of thetwo counties- Judge Purdy,
of Honesdale, and Judge Little, of Mont
rose. Susquehanna county was repre
sented by Commissioners McKune and
Tiffany and Attorney John S. Court
right, and Wayne by Commissioners
Madden, Hornbeck and Mandeville. At
torney E. C. Mum ford was present as
counsel for the Wayne commisioners.
In "Breakfast Hits for Carbondal-
Wednesday evening of last week, and it
is needless to say that all who attended
had a most enjoyable time. The Amity
people know how to manage such
things, and they make the best use of
their knowledge every time.
A few days since a horse owned by
S. D. Todd, of Lake Como, was fright
ened to death by an auto. The horse
was being driven by his wife, who, as
the auto approached, turned him into
William L. Cummings's door yard. As
the machine whizzed by the horse trem
bled violently and dropped dead.
An engine on the Honesdale branch
left the tracks at Panther's Bluff on Fri
day morning last, ploughing up the
earth for several feet. The front end of
the locomotive was badly damaged, but
the wrecking crew succeeded in replac
ing it on the tracks and it was taken to
the local repair shops (in Carbondale.
No one was hurt.
Guy Morrisey, aged 22 years, was
accidentally shot and instantly killed by
his brother-in-law, Thomas Donnelly,
aged 15, while hunting in Choconut
township, Susquehanna county, on the
21st ult. Donnelly wounded a rabbit
that they ran to earth'in a ditch, Morris-,
ey got into the ditch to secure the ani
mal, Donnelly standing on the edge with
the gun, which was double-barreled.
He had fired one barrel and evidently
had the hammer raised on the remain
ing one, which was discharged as Mor
risey stooped over. The shot struck
Morrisey In the angle of the jaw, pass
ing through the roof of the mouth and
entering the brain, causing instant
Friday last, we find the following flatter
ing notice, which it goes without saying,
is fully appreciated :
The Hoxesdale Citizen issued a
very creditable Thanksgiving number of
12 pages on Wednesday. With a hand
some cover in colors, an abundance of
interesting news and editorial commefit,
and seasonable advertising, the paper
was a credit to the Maple City. Since it
passed recently into the hands of its
present management The Citizen has
shown wonderful improvement and bids
well "to take its place among the leaders
of its class. Manager Wood gives as
surance of continued improvement, and
the success of his efforts up to this time
lends credibility to his promises. The
Citizen is welcomed in many Carbon
Rt. Rev. P. C. Nagel, pastor of St.
Nicholas German Catholic Church, of
Wilkes-Barre, celebrated the fiftieth year
of his ordination to the priesthood on
Thursday last. From the date of his or
dination inlN58 until 18(1:1 he had charge
of St. Mary Magdalena's German Cath
olic church here, and under his super
vision the present church building was
erected, after the destruction of the first
edifice by lire in IK00. It was under
Father Nagel's pastorate that the land
for the German Catholic cemetery was
purchased of the late Daniel Schoonover.
Monsignor Nagel's golden Jubilee in
Wilkes-Barre, wris a very happy affair,
priest being present from all parts of
the diocese to extend their felicitations
and join in the ceremonies. Mass was
celebrated at half past nine in the morn
ing, six hundred children of the church
attending in a body. A reception was
held at the rectory at 11 o'clock, fifteen
priests calling to pay their respects to
ttieir venerable superior. Bishop Hoban
and Monsignor Coffey, who were unable
to be present, extended their congratu
lations on the- previous evening.
Miss Jennie S. Lee
giving in WilkeBarre.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. H
Thanksgiving in Scranton
Miss Mqry Migrtha, of Scranton, is
visiting Honesdale friends.
Miss Vera Tuman, of Scranton, is
visiting friends in Honesdale.
Lloyd C. Ro8encrance was in Car
bondale a few days this week.
Miss Beatrice Havey spent'' Thurs
day with friends and relatives in Scranton.
Mrs. J. R. Budd, of Forest City,
spent last week with Wayne county rela
Misses Mollie and Olaine Denier spent
Wednesday and Thursday with relatives
Walter Moore, of the Gen. Electric
Co., rsew l oik city, was in town over
Everett Spettigue, of New York
city, spent Thanksgiving dav at the
home of his father.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cramer, of Car
bondale, were guests of C. F. 'Bullock
and family on Thursday last.
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Kimble have
returned to their home at Hoadleys, af
ter a visit to Dunmore firends.
Susan Enslin, of Canaan, was operat
ed on for appendicitis at the Emergency
Hospital, Carbondale, on Friday last.
Miss Harriet Secor returned home
Sunday from Carbondale, where she has
been spending several days with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. H. Millspaugh
and daughter, Ruth, of PortJervis, were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Smith,
Miss Margaret Spry and her mother,
of Waymart, were guests of the former's
sister, Mrs. May Finch, in Carbondale,
on Thanksgiving day.
Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Hand and Mr.
and Mrs. Miles Hand, of Philadelphia,
were the guests of Justice Alfred Hand,
Scranton, on Thanksgiving day.
William Henderson, whose sudden
death in Lebanon township, we men
tioned Inst week, was buried at Galilee.
He left seven sons and a daughter, his
wife having died five years ago.
Among those who witnessed the
marriage ceremony of Mr. and Mrs. E.
G. Couklin at tedgedale, Thanksgiving
day, were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bodio
and Mildred and Ethel Dony, of Be(thany.
Carl Prosch returned last evening
from a business trip to New York city.
Mrs. W. J. Mclntyre and daughter,
Bernice, are visiting friends in Scranton.,
Clarence L. Wright, of the Dime
Bank, spent Thanksgiving day in Car
bondale. Joseph N. Welch spent part of last
week in Drifton, Pa., as the guest of
Rev. J. P. Ware nnfl family.
Henry H. Clough, formerly of Mount
Pleasant township, died at the home of
his son in Duhith, Minn., of Bright 's
disease on Saturday last, Nov. 28, 1908.
,V more extended notice will appear
when particulars 'reach us.
Robert Slaughter, for half a century a
resident of Honesdale and vicinity, died
at his home on Cliff street, on Friday
evening, Nov. 2. 1008, altera protract
ed illness, aged 91 years, 11 months and
10 days, having been born in Lincoln
shire, England, Dec. 8, 1810. He was
a carpenter by trade but many years of
his life were spent in tanning and fann
ing. He is survived by his wife, three
daughters and one son ; also by two sis
ters, Mrs. Wm. Sad and Mrs. Thomas
Burton, both of Norwich, England.
Mrs. William H. Guinu died at her
home in Hawley on Tuesday morning of
last week after a protracted illness. She
was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. G
Purdy, and was born at Purdytown,
Sept. 20, 1800. Nov. 14, 1880, she was
married to William H. Guinn, by whom
she ' is survived, with four children,
Margery, Robert, Frances and Chauncey
She is also survived by her parents, and
two brothers, Chauncey, of Seelyville,
and Kelsey, of Schenectady, N. Y. The
funeral services were held on Thursday.
Rev. B. P. Ripley officiated.
Mrs. Elizabetli (Roe) Rogers, wife of
the late John Rogers, of River street,
died at her home on Monday morning,
Nov. 13th, 100S, from the effects of
fall down a stone stairway about a week
previously. She was a daughter of the
late Thomas Roe, of Cherry Ridge town
ship, where she was born in 1839. She is
survived by a Son, William, and three
daughters, Mrs. Wm. Wilder, Mrs. Sam
uel Hawker, all living in Honesdale, and
Mrs. Charles Wagner, of Indian Or
chard. Also by two sisters and three
brothers. The funeral services will be
held to-morrow, Thursday afternoon at
A Thanksgiving Day wedding took
place at Ledgedale, Salem township, on
Wednesday last, Nov. 2(i, IPOS, when
Miss Effie Bortree, daughter of Gilbert
Bortree, of that place, became the bride
of Elwin Grover Conklin, formerly of
Scranton. Rev. J. H. Boyce, of the M.
E. church, officiated, and the ceremony
was performed at the bride's home, in
the presence of many friends and rela
tives. The wedding marches were played
by Miss Grace Staple, of Scranton. The
parlors were adorned for the happy oc
casion by a most tasteful arrangement of
evergreens and chrysanthemums. The
bride was attended by Miss Belie Gilpin,
of Gouldsboro, who carried a bouquet
of chrysanthemums. Claude Bortree,
of Scranton, was best man. The bride's
gown was of white net over white satin,
nnd she enrried a bunch of bridal rose.
She was the recipient of many handsome
presents of silver, cut glass nnd linen.
A wedding dinner followed the cere
mony, after which the happy couple left
on a weddiug trip to Buffalo and other
points of interest, taking with them the
best wishes of a large circle of friends.
Infants', Children's and Misses' win
ter Cloaks at Mennek & Co's. New in
styles, best in goods. 22eitf
Citizen ad's bring results.
S. T. HAM,
THE ONLY MANUFACTURER OF
HAND STITCHED HARNESS IN
Carries a FULL. IjINE of Fur and Plush Robes,
Blankets, Whips, and In fnct EVERYTHING for the
Horse ; also handles Dress-suit Coses and Bags.
REPAIRING NEATLY AND PROMPTLY DONE.
Mrs. Joseph Morgan, of Cherry Ridge
township, who recently became insane
after the birth of a child, and was re
moved to the Danville hospital on Wed
nesday, Nov. 18th, died in that institu
tion on Thursday evening last. Mrs.
Morgan was a highly respected lady, and
her untimely death under such distress
ing circumstances is much to be de
plored. Her bereaved. huBband has the
sympathy of a large circle of friends. ,
Daniel Smith and Miss Ruth Sanford,
of Orson, were quietly married on Tues
day morning, Nov. 24th, 1008, at the
Catholic church, in Pleasant Mount, by
Rev. Father McCarty. The bride was
attended by Miss Anna O'Neal, and the
groom by Wm. McCabe. The bride and
maid of honor were both gowned in blue
tailored suits. The groom's gift to the
bride was a handsome set of ermine furs.
After a Bhort wedding trip they will be
at home to their friends in their newly
'urnished flat. . Mr. Smith is station
Jagent for the O. & W. railroad, at Orson,
and is well known. The bride is a pop
ular young lady, and is a daughter of
Joseph Sanford, of Orson. The young
people have the best wishes of ;their
many friends for a 1or and happy life.
LADIES' I GENTS' ,
FURS, UM BRELLAS, I
SCARFS, PURSES, 8
COATS. BATH ROBES.
Meniier &. Co.
fine IHoliba Specialties
BEAR COATS ,
CAPS & HATS
H. O. HAND, President.
W. B. HOLMES, Vice Pres.
, WARD, Abs't Cashier
We want you to understand the reasons for the ABSOLUTE SECURITY
of this Bank. ,
WAYNE COUNTY SAVINGS BANK
HAS A CAPITAL OF - - - $100,000.00
AND SURPLUS AND PROFITS OF - 355,000.00
MAKING ALTOGETHER - - 455,000.00
EVERY DOLLAR of which must be lost before any depositor can loseal'ENNV.
It has conducted a growing and successful business for over 35 years, serving
an increasine number of customers with lldelity and satisfaction.
Its 'cash funds are protected by MODERN STEEL VAULTS.
All ol these things, coupled with conservative manacement. Insured
hy the OAHEFUL PERSONAL ATTENTION constantly elvcn the
Bank's affairs by a notably able Uoard ot Directors assures tho patrons
ot that 8UPKEME HAKETY which H the prime essential of a eood
Total Assets, - - - $2,733,000.00
DEP08ITS MAY BE MADE BY MAIL. m
H. C. HAND.
T. II. CLA1IK.,
CHAB. J. SMITH.
W F. HUYDAV.
W. D. HOLMES
II, S. SALMON
Mi A. "