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THE CITIZEN, FIUDAY, AIMUIj B, 1012.
871 41 YEARS OF SUCCESS 1912
BECAUSE wo have been transacting a SUCCESSFUL
banking business CONTINUOUSLY since 1871
and are preparechind qualified to ronderVALU
ABLE SERVICE to our customers.
BECAUSE of our HONORABLE RECORD for FORTY
BECAUSE of SECURITY guaranteed by our LARGE
CAPITAL and SURPLUS of S550.000 00.
BECAUSE of our TOTAL ASSETS of $3,000,000.00.
BECAUSE GOOD MANAGEMENT has made us the
LEADING FINANCIAL INSTITUTION of
BECAUSE of these reasons wo confidently ask you to
become a depositor.
COURTEOUS' treatment to all CUSTOMERS
whether their account is LARGE or SMALL.
INTEREST allowed from the FIRST of ANY
MONTH on Deposits made on or before the
TENTH of the month.
W. JJ. HOLMES, PRESIDENT. II. S. SALMON, Cashier. .
HON. A. T. SEARLE, Vice-President. W. J. WARD, Asst. Cashier
T. B. CLARK.
E. W. GAMMELL
W. P. SUYDAM,
H. J. CONGER.
W. B. HOLMES.
C. J. SMITH.
H. S. SALMON.
J. W. FARLEY,
P. P. KIMBLE.
A. T. SEARLE,
Bring it back if you don't like it
That's' the way we sell Walter A. Wood
SULKY PLOWS We can do. this
Anyone who can drive a team can do good plowing. An 1800-pourid
team handles one nicely.
They stay in the ground on rough and stony land. They have steel
moldboards and landsides. Almost Impossible to -wear one out.
They do the work better than is possible with an old style plow. They.
savo the hard part of spring work. Every farmer should have one, and
wo wish o furnish him.
We have a good plow and want you to know it. Our price is $45.00,
Just high enough to give you the best plow. We consider the "Wood"i
the best Make us prove it. flifi.HIHflll
Murray CO., Honesdale, Pa.
EVERYTHING FOR THE FARM.
THE AGE OF WO CONTtlNENTVT
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Foots AbeUt Indigestion and Its R
lief That Should Intereit You.
Although Indigestion nnd Dyspepsia
aro so prevalent, most people do not
thoroughly understand their cause nnd
cure. There is no reason why most
people should not ent nnythlng they
desire If they will only chew it enre
fully nnd thoroughly, Mnny actually
Rtnrvo thcmselrcs into sickness through
fear of eating every good-looking, good
smelling, nnd good-tasting food, be
cause It. does not agree with them.
The best thing to do is to fit your
self to digest any good food.
Wo believe we can relievo Dyspep
sia. We are so confident of this fact
that wo guarantee and promise to sup
ply the medicine free of all cost to
every one who will use It, who Is not
perfectly satisfied with the results
which it produces. We exact no prom
ises, and put no one under nny obliga
tion whatever. Surely, nothing could
bo fairer. Wo 'are located right hero
nnd our reputation should bo sufficient
assurance of the genuineness of our
We want every one troubled with
Indigestion or Dyspepsia In nny form
to come to our store and buy a box of
Itojcall Dyspepsia Tablets. Take them
home nnd give them a reasonable trial,
necordlng to directions. Then, If not
untisflcd, come (o us and get your mon
ey back. They are very pleasant tc
take; they nld to soothe the lrritnblo
fitomnoh, to strengthen and Invigorate
the digestive organs, nnd to promote a
healthy nnd natural bowel action, thus
leading to perfect and healthy diges
tion nnd assimilation.
A 25e. package of llcxall Dyspepsia
Tablets furnishes 15 days' treatment.
In ordinary cases, this is sufficient to
produce n cure. In more chronic cases,
a longer treatment, of course, Is nec
essary, and depends upon the severity
of the trouble. For such cases, we havo
two lnrger .sizes which sell for 50c.
and $1.00. Remember, you can obtain
Koxall Remedies In this community
only at our store The Rexall Store.
A. M. LEINE.
MENNER WINS DAMAGE SUIT
(Continued From Page One.)
PRICES Main floor $1.50. last two rows SI: Balconyhrst two rows
SI. remainder 7D cents; Gallery 50 cents. Seats ready Monday, Apr. 8.
Walter M. Fowler all testified to the
unsafe condition of West street at
this point and based their opinions
on personal experience.
William Sherwood, a clerk in Mea
ner & Co.'s store, testified that he
was going up Main street to dinner
when he saw Mennor cross Main
street on Fifteenth and stated that
the team seemed to be under conrol
and was not going fast. He did not
hear any shouting or see anything
Clark Kimble was sworn. He stat
ed that he sometimes went along
with Mr. 'Menner to help deliver. He
knew tno team to he perfectly safe
and never ahd any trouble with it
prior to the accident.
After this witness testified the
plaintiff rested the case.
A compulsory non-suit was offered
by the attorneys for the defendant
but it was denied by the Court.
The defense stated to the jury that
they Intondcd to prove that the plain
tiff was guilty of contributory negli
gence in not turning up Wain street
when he could have avoided the 'dan
gerous ditch. The lirst witness call
ed was George M. Gonung who stated
ho was a borough commissioner at
the time of the accident and had
served two or three terms. He knew
of the ditch and the conditio'n exist
ing there. Ho stated that it was
9 or 10 inches deep and G or 7 feet
wide at the top. The "sides sloped
gradually In to the ditch. The. ditch
had been there for a long time he
stated and they never had any com
plaints regarding it.
Geo. W. Penwarden was sworn. He
testified to being a member of the
street committee and corroborated
Mr. Genung's stpry. In the cross-examination
he stated that the ditch
was there to carry away the water.
Mr. Greene asked him that if the
ditch was necessary before the acci
dent why was it covered up immedi
ately after the accident? No differ
ent answer was given.
W. H. Kroltner stated that he liv
ed near the scene of the accident and
considered the ditch a safe place for
Martin Caufleld. president of the
borough council, testified to about
the same thing.
Mrs. Thomas Uanlvan, who lives on
Fifteenth Btreot, testified to the oc
currance and stated that while at
dinner she heard a noise and shout
ing and running to tho window ex
claimed, "There is a runaway." She
saw Menner Co.'s dollvory wagon
come around tho corner from East
street and when It reached West
street It swerved, 'broke the hind
wheel and fell over. She did not see
the man Inside.
Mrs. W. H. Kreltner told the same
George Decker of Fifteenth street,
nnd Fred Wenigor, of west street,
also testified to the accident.
Wymnn Kimble and William T.
Moore testified to the crossing on
corner of West and Fifteenth streets
to ho safe for ordinary trnvpl, but
Mr. Moore said that if any one ever
went across on a trot "something
Tho only really conflicting testi
mony was that of Dr. Harry II. Ely
who stated that he had made, an ex
amination of the plaintiff on Monday
night along with Dr. Burns and had
found Mr. Mennor suffering from
heart discaso, hardening of tho nr
teries and also found a shoulder
wound. JIo stated that he thought
the operation performed in JJr. 'Heed
Burns' hospital was totally unnoces
nary and that it was not a serious
injury It would not disablo him
permanently from doing manual la
On cross-examination he stated that
he could not toll Menner s exact con'
ditlon for ho never had tho on nor
tujilty of thoroughly examining him.
lie couldn't any how mucii no would
be' liable to suffer Intho future or
how much ho is Incapacitated In car
ing for himself. "
Louis Krcltnor's testimony com
pleted tho defense. He .merely stat
ed or repentod whnt has boon given
of the accident, heretofore,
Attorneys 8earlo and WcCnrty
gavo short but excellent arguments to
tho Jury. IHomor Oreono did not, as
many thought ho would, touch on the
sympathies of tho Jury, but stuck to
tho facts. It Is not necossnry to go
Into theso dlscUBslonB further for
they merely covcrod tho testimony
COURT NOT ICS.
A petition lins been filed for tho
transfer of tho hotel license of 'IV
F. Madigan of Preston township to
Ed. J. Corey.
A petition has been filed -for the
transfer of hotel license of Martin
Iteaflor, of the 'borough of Hawley,
to Ambrose Altcmus.
On March 29 a petition was filed
in the 'Prothonotary's office for the
transfer of tho hotel license of
Christian Iehmnn, deceased, of
Hawley, to Caroline Lehman.
E. C. Mumford wns appointed aud
itor to distribute the funds In the
John Varcoo estate.
-W. H. Lee was appointed auditor
to distribute tho funds In the Win.
A writ of venire has heon issued
for the pannoling of a grand Jury of
twenty-four persons to meet on tho
second Monday of June dnd for forty-eight
persons for regulnr jury
duty to meet on tho third Monday
Tho petition of Nellie Vlckers, a
minor child of Thomns Vlckers, late
of Damascus township, deceased, was
heard before the -Court on Monday
for the appointment of a guardian
over Nellie Vlckers, her parents be
ing dead. M. E. Simons wns ap
pointed by tho Court as guardian.
The purpose of the appointment of a
guardian wns so that she would
have someone who could consent
legally to her marriage to George
Smith. She will be 17 years of age
in May and was married on Monday.
AAW.VVVVXX'VVVVVVVVVVV'VV'V , . . . .
an i i t .'
IN RE INCORPORATION OF THE
STALKER METHODIST EPISCO
PAL CHURCH, AT MANCHES
TER, WAYNE' COUNTY, PA.
Notice is hereby given that an
application will be made to the
Court of Common Pleas of Wayne
county on the 27th day of April next
at two o'clock p. m.. under Act of
Assembly entitled " An Act to pro
vide for tho Incorporation and regu
lation of certain corporations' ap
proved 29th April 1974, and the sup
plements thereto, by David M.
Stalker, John Schakenberg, Charles
W. -Cargln, Charles White and Frank
lin Bowen, for the charter of an In
tended corporation to bo called "The
Stalker Methodist Episcopal church,"
tho character and object of which Is
"the worship of Almighty God ac
cording to the rules and regulations
of the Methodist Episcopal Church,"
and for these purposes to havo, pos
sess and enjoy all the rights, bene
fits and privileges conferred hy the
act of Assembly aforesaid, and its
WM. 31. LEE.
Honesdale 2Sth Mnrch, 1912.
Tlio Kind You Havo Always Bought, and which has heen
in uso for over 30 years, has horno tho slnaturo of
? - nnd has heen matlo under his pcr-
CJjC&fJZttfo, eonal supervision filnco its infancy.
waryr. 6CCA44i 'Allow no ono to deceive you In this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd' Just-as-good"nro but
Experiments that trlflo with nnd endanger tho health of
Infants and 'Children Expcrlcnco against Experiment.
What is CASTOR I A
Castorla is a harmless suhstltuto for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its ago is Its guarantee. It destroys "Worms
nnd allays Fovcrishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
Tho Children's Panacea Tho Brother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Scars the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
thcccntaur company, tt mukhat Tt rr, ncwyoak city.
See Our Window Display
A TjAHGE VAIMETV TO HE HAD AT SCHWEXKEIt'S.
Wo ul.so have n largo assortment of Candies and Bakery Goods.
Special price on our Unexcelled Enster Ice Cream for Easter SimdAy
only at SI. 00 per gallon Delivered.
SCHWENKER'S BAKERY & CONFECTIONERY
633 MAIN ST. BOTH 'PHONES
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Easter Displays Of
Been selling Clothes for a good many years doing it in a sat
isfactory way styles, prices, quality and time of delivery, all exactly
right. And the "Square Deal" feature enters into all our transactions.
But What Readiness
For Spring and Summer ?
We Are Ready, Are You ?
You will find something
hero especially fitted to the
wants of the fastidious man-'
to say nothing of his needs.
Wo bought our now goods
for the benefit of "Discrimi
nating Ones," who appreciate
good things when they see
We respectfully call your
attention to our Children's
department Wo havo all tho
season's novelties for tho little
We want to quicken tho
minds of our readers to realiao
what a visit to our recently
improved storo will mean. For
instance, you will be shown
Spring and Summer Clothing
tastefully displayed. Our
Knox Spring style Hats aro
here. And there aro other
incentives hold out for you to
come and see us. You aro
Wo carry a largo lino of
Trunks, Bags and Dress Suit
Cases. In our Furnishing
Department wo carry tho
Columbia shirt with tho new
double reversible cuff.
Breg stein Brothers.