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THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1912.
FOR SALE A COMFORTABLE
llttlo homo, a stono's throw from
tho borough. Prlco ?6G0. DORIN.
3. C. BUFF ORPINGTON EOGS.
Blooded atoqk. J1.00 sotting of
15. F. B. Lord, Honcadalo, Pa. 24elt
S. C. BUFF ORPHINGTON
orcls for sale. F. B. Lord.
24cltf FOU SALE 2500 SINGLE COMB
Whlto Leghorn chicks. Deliv
ery May 15-20. Our birds aro very
fine strain. ?12 per 100. LeRoy E.
Sands, Hawley. 35oltf.
THERE WILL BE A DANCE AT
Aaron's hall, Saturday night, May
11. All are invited. It
TWO OR THREE GIRLS WANTED
at box factory at once. 37tf.
50 MEN AND BOYS WANTED TO
learn glass cutting. Krantz,
Smith Co., Honesdalo, Pa. 23eltf
W1NT, THE PIANO TUNER, WILL
bo In Honesdalo all next week and
the week following. Drop postal
to Hotel Wayne. U
FOR RENT SEVEN ROOMS WITH
Dr. C. R. Brady. 15tf
BR B GOLDEN, "OPTOMETRIST
and Optician," of Cnrbondale, will
be at the Allen House, Honesdalo,
on Wednesday. May 15, at Gill's Ho
tel, White Mills, on Thursday morn
ing, May 1G, and at tho Park View
Hotel, Hawley, on the afternoon of
the 1 6th and all dny Friday, May 1".
He will come fully equipped, and
will be prepared to properly attend
to the most complicated cases. 3St2
IMMEDIATE RELIEF FOR PAIN
in or around tne eyes, thorough
the temples or in back of neck.
"Got Wise " ' Take care of your
eyes " Better "See Golden." Read
ad. above. 3St2
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Sullivan, of Cherry 'Ridge township,
a daughter, on Wednesday.
- The Alert Hook and Ladder
company will conduct a picnic and
dance at Bellevue Park Memorial
Day, May 30.
The dance at the Eagles' Hall
on Wednesday evening was well
attended. Sonner's orchestra fur
nished the music.
Board of Trade meeting on Fri
day evening of this week. If you
are interested in a busier Honesdale
attend the meeting.
The Immediate relatives of Mrs.
Barbara Metzgar assisted her in
commemorating her 7Cth birthday
at her home on Sixth street, Tues
Don't forgot tho benefit base
ball dance to be held at the Rink on
Friday evening, May 17. Tickets 50
cents. Como" and lend' your support
for a Honesdale base ball team.
Why is It that the (Democrats
of Wayne county aro so concerned
over the outcomo of tho Republican
convention? Is It because they are
beginning to seo that tho split in the
Republican ranks was only tem
porary? - Several largo locomotives of tho
1000 type, belonging to the Dela
ware and Hudson company, have
been dead-headed to Honesdalo for
storage and are now in tho round
house in the local yard. They will
remain hero until needed on the oth
er side of tho Moosic.
Dr B. Golden, who conducts
opti al parlors on North Main
street, Carbondale, and who makes
frequent trips to Honesdale, White
Mills and Hawley, will bo with us
again next week. Dr. Golden was
through here two weeks ago, but
did not have time to serve all who
called on him.
Sexton R. .1. Miller is continual
ly making Improvements and laying
out new lots in Glen Dyberry and
Itiverdale cemeteries, two of tho
prettiest burying plots In this sec'
tion of tho state. Mr. Miller and
corps of workmen aro making new
lots on the terrace east of tho main
entrance. It is a mistaken idea
that there are no lots for sale in thf
cemetery Mr. Miller claims the
company has about as much unsold
ground as has already been convert
ed into lots.
When completed Erk Bros, will
have one of tho llnpst and most mod
ern stores In Honesdale. Work lias
been commenced on tho basement.
A new concrete floor is being laid.
Owing to tho lowering of tho floors
to get on the street grade tho cellar
neicssanly had to be lowered ten
lmlies Tho floors will be double
and tho ceilings metal, every pre
faution being taken against lire.
Tne olli e will be located upon the
first floor at tho extreme northwest
corner, while tho elevator shaft will
bo built in at the westorn end of
tho building midway between tho two
cellars. It will be constructed of
brick Tho shed at tho rear of the
building will bo taken away and be
replaced by a brick storage.
- A citizen of Carbondale. reallZ'
Ing ithe beautiful scenery wo havo
this side of tho Moosic, makes the
following proposition to tho Car
bondale Leader In tho form of a let
ter. Now that the stato is going
to reconstruct tno public road from
tho city lino to tho stato asylum at
Farvlow, woum it not bo a grand
opportunity for tno bcranton Trac
tion company to lay a street car
track which could bo easily con
tlnued to 'Honesdalo and tho patron
age would no doubt bo very great.
especially in summer. Tho faro by
tho Delawaro and Hudson company
from Carbondaio city station to Lin
coin avenuo, a Jew rods from start
ing point, ten cents; to Whlto's
Crossing, about ono mile from start
ing point, fifteen cents; to Qulg
leys, which is about two miles from
the City station, Is twenty-five cents,
which Is considered outrageously
St. Mary Mngdalcn's parochial
school Is closed on account of an
epidemic of measles.
Born, to 'Mr. and Mrs. Morlo
Mitchell, of Damascus, Pa., n daugh
ter on Wednesday, Mny 8.
Rehearsals for the Amity Min
strel startod Wednesday ovenlng and
will continue for tho coming two
Tho Orson Cornet Band played
for tho drama at Pleasant Mount on
Tuosday, given by tho Pleasant
Mount ball team.
Miss Jnrvls will glvo a demon
stration of tho Postum Cereal goods
at J. H. Stcgncr & Son's storo on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Wo understand that this summer
Is to bo a very busy ono for 'the
Gurhey Electric Elevator Works, as
they havo many contracts ahead.
Tho Honesdalo base ball team
will hold a boncilt danco at tho
Rink on Friday evening, May 17.
Everybody come. Tickets fifty cents.
Rov. Dr. J. W. Baltn, of St.
Mary Magdalen's church, will de
liver tho address at tho commence
ment exercises of tho White Mills
school house on Juno G.
On Fiday night all members of
tho Orson Epworth League aro re
quested to bo present at the church.
A business meeting and election of
officers will tako place.
Among tho catches of big trout
on Mny 1 was that of a California
speckled trout weighing 2 pounds
and measuring 18 inches caught
by Miss Edith Barratt, of Cochcc
ton. Tlie Scranton Knights of Col
umbus nro making preparations to
attend tho celebration in Washing
ton on Juno S, when President Taft
will unveil the Christopher Columbus
monument. A banquet, which will
bo held in the convention hall, will
be in charge of the Knights of Co
lumbus. A bill passed by the House
Monday providing for the coinage of
one-half cent pieces. Not a member
of tho House opposed the measure.
This new coin will bo similar in size
to tho present one-cent piece, but
will have a hole in the middle to
distinguish it. In appearance It will
not be unlike a Chinese cent.
Three candidates received tho
first degree In Anthony Wayne Chap
ter Royal Arch Masons last Tuesday
evening, namely, Homer Sander
cock, Harold H. White, and Howell
Bortree, all of Ariel. Among others
to attend the lodge meeting from
that place were E. P. Jones and
County Commissioner Earl Rock
The 41st annual convention of
the Bethlehem diocese of the Pro
testant Episcopal church will bo held
in South Bethlehem May 21-22. It
will also be tho 25th anniversary of
the consecration of Bishop Ethbel
Talbot as bishop. 'Rev. A. L. Whit
taker and delegates from Grace
Episcopal church will bo In attend
ance. Pleading guilty to having exe
cuted false pension vouchers and
making a false affidavit to obtain
tho pension money, William E. Ham
ilton, alias William E. Mason, of
Scranton, for seven years a United
States soldier, was sentenced Tues
day by Judgo Charles Wltmer, In the
United States District Court, Harris
burg, to pay a ?100 fine and tho
costs or serve ono year in the Dau
phin county jail. 'Hamilton took-the
latter. He is 39 years old.
Relatives and friends in Hones
dale are tho recipients of cards sent
out by Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Spraks,
of Scranton, requesting them to bo
present at tho marriage of their
niece, Miss Alta Blanche Spruks, to
Malcom Benson Richardson, on
Thursday evening, May 23, at 8:30
o'clock In tho First German Presby
terian church, Scranton. A recep
tion will follow tho ceremony at the
home of the bride. Until two years
ago Miss Spruks was a resident of
-Tho Reorganizers nominated the
following ticket at Harrisburg on
Wednesday: Auditor General, Robert
Cresswcll; treasurer, W. H. Berry;
congressmen-at-large, George B.
Shaw, Joseph Howley, George R.
McLean, E. E. Greenawalt; delo-
gates-at-large, A. 'Mitchell Palmer,
Vance C. McCormick, L. W. Relff,
Roland S. Morris, Geo. W. Guthrie,
harles S. Duncan, W. W. Bailey,
E. J. kynett, Charles R. Kurtz, John
A. Thornton, Henry H. Wilson, Fred
-In an opinion handed down by
the supreme, court and written by
Judgo Robert Von Moschzlsker, at
Philadelphia, the new school code Is
declared constitutional. Justices
Brown, Mestrezat and Stewart filed
dissenting opinions. Tho opinion Is
tho result of tho illlng of an injunc
tion by Jacob Blinslnger against tho
Mount Washington school district
restraining it from spending $0,500
for a school site. Tho injunction
was dismissed by the lower court,
whoso action has just been affirmed.
The Board of Fire Insurance
Underwriters of Philadelphia, who
insure properties in all of the mln
ng towns of Lackawanna county,
havo Issued a ruling that the proper
ties may bo insured for only three
fourths of their value, or u insured
for a greater proportion, tho com
panics will be liable for only three-
fourths of tho loss. Tho action is
taken following several llres In
towns throughout the valley, and it
Is said that many of tho risks were
A temporary organization of the
Catholic Total Abstinence Cadet so
ciety of St. John's church was effect
od last Sunday afternoon. Hon. C.
A. McCarty, presiding. NInoty-ono
men and boys enrolled between the
ages of 7 and 21 years. A per
manent organization will bo effective
Friday ovenlng at 8 o'clock In St.
John's rectory. Tho committee- con
sists of Father Edward Burke; Bur
gess C. A. McCarty, R. O'Connoll,
Edward Caufleld, Georgo Buckley,
George Rrlo'd, Walter Qulnlnn. The
following committee was selected for
tho Senior AUwetic (James anu
Sports: James May, Georgo 'Brled, R.
O'Connoll. Lewis Buckley, Josoph
Carr. Tito Junior Athletic Games
and Sports committee consists of
Raymond iBrlod, Joseph Butlor,
Francis Igo, Paul O'Neill, Edward
Burgess C. A. McCarty told ua
to-day Hint ho was going to STOP
tho sulo of Intoxicants In Honesdalo
on Sundays, He emphasized tho
fnct that Oio Is going to DO IT.
Tho last reading of Mrs. Frlode
wald's present courso will occur on
Saturday afternoon, when tho,
drama, "Tho Scarecrow," by Percy (
MacKaye, will bo presented. A
largo audience Is hoped for.
From tho appearance or somo
tools at tho Dolawnro and Hudson
depot It looks ns If there might bo
trouble awaiting for somo one. Tied
together wcro a saw, adz, plckaxo
and two Erlo lanterns. A bag with
heavy material also accompanied the
tools. They came from Starruccn.
On Tuesday evening, Mny 7, a
number of base ball enthuslnsts and
old players, anxious to get some
thing started In Honesdale before
'Decoration Day, mot at Hottmnnn's
for the purpose of selecting a mana
ger for tho team. About twelvo
young men wore present. Tho base
ball situation for this place wns dis
cussed and a good deal of enthusi
asm prevailed. After several at
tompts to secure a manager and
falling In each, H. C. Van Alstync
offered to undertako tho job of get
ting something started. Ho was
chosen manager and will endeavor to
organize, from the material at hand,
a strong team for Honesdale.
It was decided to nold another
meeting on Thursday evening (to
night) for the purpose of selecting
a captain and organizing a team to
It was decided to hold a benefit
danco at the Rink on Friday even
ing, May 17, the proceeds to so to
wards the support of a team. Tick
ets will be fifty cents. All arrange
ments will be made to-night, when
tickets will bo given out for sale.
A good base ball team Is tho life
of a town, and If you want us to
nia'ko a good showing against Car
bondale, Taylor or any of the valley
teams, you must give your support
At tho conclusion of the business
meeting pinochle was played, after
which a delightful supper was serv
ed by Mr. Heumann, and It was
surely appreciated by tho boys. Dur
ing the supper, Houmann's orchestra
rendered a few selections. After
partaking of the supper, the boys
adjourned to meet Thursday (to
night) evening at tho same place to
transact further business. All old
players or citizens who aro interest
ed in base ball for Honesdale are re
quested to come to tho meeting as it
is Important that you be present.
Meeting will be called at S o'clock
Shultz, pitcher, and Beckendorf,
catcher, are with tho Providence
team of which Fred Schuerholz was
former member. It will doubtless
be recalled by many of the local
fans that three or four years ago
Shultz and "Beck" played here with
Hawley against Honesdalo, Schuer
holz pitching for Honesdale. Shultz
and Beckendorf at that tlmo wero
regular members of tho Scranton
Stato League team. Hawley, with
tho aid of these and threo or four
other state leaguers, finally won tho
game although it Is doubtful wheth
er they would If Sherry had received
the support he should have. Fred
will no doubt bo given more chances
to "work out" with Allentown and
wo believe ho "has the goods" If giv
en half a show.
Jn our write-up of the "Basket
Ball Champions" last week we neg
lected to mention tho names of
Macklo and Mangan, each of whom
played In three different games with
tho 'Rink Five when Injuries or sick
ness kept the regular members of
tho team out. Both of these men
did excellent work, there being few
hotter players In the county. Mackle
Is usually a member of . tho Seely
villo team and Mangan was ono of
Johnstown, the champion basket
ball team who were scheduled to
play the Rink Five hero this last
season, recently easily dofeated
Trenton for tho championship of tho
world. Johnstown won three
straight games, tho score of tho last
game being GO to 22.
Johnstown won tho pennant in the
Central league and Trenton In the
Eastern. These are the two major
leagues of basket ball.
OH! FOR THAT $10 PRIZE
Our Common Enemy, the House Fly.
Flies are the most dangerous wild
animals In America, an Immense fac
tor In the national death rato.
Wo used to put up with thorn as
an unavoidable summer annoyance,
but a llttlo scientific study has re
vealed tho true dangers of tho com
mon house fly. and our attitude of
careless Indlfferenco Is giving way
to serious concern. Tho new name
"typhoid fly," suggested by Dr. L. O.
Howard, Chief of the Bureau of En
tomology of tho U. S. Dopartnfent of
Agriculture, Is full of meaning.
Born In filth, they iivo on illth
nnd carry It around with them wher
over they go. And being migratory
In their habits, they go a great deal.
The Hies you see buzzing around tho
farmer s kitchen at noon time, pay
ing their respects to overy morsel of
food n tho table, perhaps startod tho
day In the pig pen, visiting In turn
tho stable, chicken house, cesspool
and garbage can. They aro abso
lutely undlscrimlnatlng; after feast
ing on some dead carenss, or frolick
ing for a time In a reeking cuspidor,
or visiting tho sick chamber of somo
tuborculoss patient, they will make
straightway for your cream pitcher
or clean their filthy feet on tho nip
ple of baby's bottle.
If all tho diseaso and death that
tho fly has been responsible for could
bo summed up, and this information
brought to tho attention of ovory
man, woman and child In this coun
try, tho populace would rlso up on
masso to exterminate this common
Don't allow files in your house.
Don't permit thorn near your
Don't buy foodstuffs whero flies
No filth, no flics. Eliminate tho
breedliu: nlacc.s by cleanliness and a
liberal uso of kerosene mid chloride
John O'Neill Is working at his
trade, glasscuttlng, In Waymnrt.
Harper Fulkorson of Carbondale,
recently visited friends In town.
'Alfred Tyco has entered tho em
ploy of tho Gurney Electric Elevator
Miss Helen Kollogg, of Plttston,
Is spending several days In Hones
dale. T. Frank Hnm, of Scranton, wns a
cnller In town tho foro part of tho
Harry Colo, of Scranton, was a
recent guest of Ills brother, .P. L.
Cole, at this place.
Harry Synnr, of Poughkcopslo, N.
Y Is spending part of his vacation
with relatives hero.
Mrs. James Miller Is spending a
few days in Wnymnrt with her moth
er, Mrs. D. Griffiths.
Ornn Sutton, of Blnndin, has re
signed his position as toolmakcr with
tho Gurnoy Elevator Co.
Miss Susio McGraw left on
Wednesday for a few days' visit
with friends in Carbondale.
Miss Estclla Congdon entertains
tho 'Bllllken club tonight (Thurs
day) at Five Hundred in honor of
'Mr. and Mrs. Ned Swoyer and
daughter nro now living In their
new home in the Gray house on
Amos Ward and daughter. Miss
Alice, of Bethany, attended tho fun
eral of the late Mrs. E. W. Hlnes at
Orson on Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Andrew Okowltz Is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Otto Hensel In New
York City. Boforo returning they
will spend a few weeks at Atlantic
C. B. Burnham, a draughtsman In
tho employ of the Gurney Electric
Elevator Co., Is quite a bicyclist,
having completed atrip of 122 miles
on Monday ifrom his homo In Blooms
burg. Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo Smith, of
Hawley, returned from their honey
moon trip on Tuesday evening. They
arrived on the 7:30 Delaware and
Hudson train and were driven over
land to Hawley.
Mrs. Lottie Mantle and daughter,
Miss Gladys, departed for Orson on
Wednesday to attend the funeral of
tho lato ilrs. E. W. Hlnes, which
was held at her late homo on Wed
Mrs. R. T. Davles, wife of Vice
Principal Davles of the 'Honesdale
High school, Is still very ill, having
suffered a relapse. Her condition,
today, however, is slightly improved,
mucn to the gratification of her many
Miss Ethel Schlessler, who has
been employed In Paul Frederic's
confectionery storo for tho past eight
months, will leave on Saturday, and
enter tho employ of Menner & Co.
Miss Helen Jacobs will succeed Miss
Fred Schuerholz, who ias been
playing with tho Providence, R. I.,
team, of tho International League,
has been sold by them to Allentown
of tho Tri-State League. Sherry
arrived here on Tuesday evening
and will leavo for Allentown on
An address In the interests of the
Society for tho Prevention of Cruelty
to Animals will bo given by tho Rec
tor at Grace Episcopal church Sun
day, May 12, at 7:30 p. m. At the
10:30 a. in. service morning prayer
will bo said and a sermon preached
appropriate for Mother's 'Day. Sun
day school at 12 M.
Rev. A. L. Whlttakcr will hold a
service In White Hills Sunday at
3:15 p. in., consisting of Holy Com
munion and Sermon.
Central Methodist Episcopal
church, Will HI. Hlller, pastor, ser
vices Sunday, May 12: 10:30 a. to.,
sermon by pastor, subject, "A Wise
Preferenco." 12 M., Sunday school;
G:45 p. m., Epworth League; 7:30
p. m., sermon by pastor, subject,
"Tho Queen of Hearts." Tho pews
In this church aro free. There Is a
cordial welcome for all people.
Dr. Swift will speak next Sunday
morning on "God's Thoughts and
Ours," and In tho evening on "Our
Mothers." This is "Mothers' Day."
Will all ploaso wear tho whito
THE GREAT C1TV.
What makes a city great and strong?
Not architecture's graceful
Not factories' extended length,
But men who seo tho civic wrong
And glvo their lives to make It
And turn Its darkness Into light.
What makes a city full of power?
Not wealth's display nor titled
Not fashion's loudly boasted claim,
But women rich In virtue's dower,
Whoso (homes, though humble, still
Because of service to the State.
What makes a city men can love?
Not things that charm tho out
Not gross display of opulence,
But Right, that wrong can not ro
movo, And Truth, that faces civic fraud,
And smites it in tho name ot God.
This Is a city that shall stand,
A light upon a nation's hill,
A volco that ovil can not still.
A source of blessing to tho land;
Its strength not brick, nor stone,
!But Justice, Lovo and "Brother
hood. Christian Standard, Feb., 1910.
I Botes 1
Negotiations aro pending for tho
purchase of tho Blockbergcr farm
located In 'Berlin and Texas town
Tho last enr of pea coal was
dumped in the Eric pockets at Haw
loy on Thursdny. Honesdalo sales
wcro cut off on Wednesday.
Mrs. C. W. Martin, of Mlddlotown,
and Mrs. Julia Rauman, of Hones
dale, Pa., aro visiting .Mrs. Bau
man's sister, Mrs. Chas. H. Norrls of
Mary street. Port Jervls Gazette
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE
Farmers and Me
OP IIONKSDAI.K. WAYNK COUNTV. PA.
lit the close of business. Mny. ;l. 1912.
Hescrvc fund $
Cash, spocio and notes, I1G.196 00
Due from approved re
serve nceuts $13,518 47 29.714 47
Nickels, cents and fractional
currency 120 30
Checks and other cash Items 117 &
Due from banks and trust com
panies not reserve
lulls discounted : Upon one nnmu
" " Unon two or. . .
more names 11B.T2 72
Tlmo loans with collateral 27.D7H 8
ixians on call with collateral w,ua l.f
Iyoans on call upon two or more
names 13,9.'V3 00
Loans secured by bonds and mort-
caces 1I.4.V 51
Iionds, Stocks, etc.. Schedule I) Ii7, 6N" 75
otllcollulldlni: and Lot 18.800 oo
Furniture and fixtures 2,W on
Miscellaneous assets 7,125 oo
$ 402.533 49
Capital Stock paid In $ 75.000 00
Surplus Fund 20.000 00
Undivided Profits, less expenses
and taxes paid 2,617 52
Deposits, subject to check $39,591 19
Cashier's checks outstand'e
Individual deposits.TIme 2I5.321 78-30l-'tl5 97
State ol 'cnnsylvnnla. County of Wayne , s
I, C. A Kniery. Cashier of the above named
compnnj do solemnly swear that the above
statemeii' Is truetothu bestof niyknowledco
C. A. KMERY. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
th day of May, 1912.
My commission expires Jan. 19, 1911
Uejja S. Edoett. N. 1.
M. K. Simons. 1
M..I. II vni.an. J-D'rectors.
F. W. KltEITJiEB. I ffittG
Without doubt, a person must pIaco as much, If not
more confidence in a jewelry store than they would in
a bank for tho very reason that there is much more
chifnco for deception. A business house that uses the
"Square Deal" with all its patrons and adheres to
strictly "one prlco" and that prico means only the cost
plus a "legitimate" profit, Is tho house that's bound to
give satisfaction to its customers. Wo want every cus
tomer we have and expect to havo to be "thoroughly
satisfied" with our way of doing business, both in tho
retail and repair department, and should any dissatis
faction prevail, don't tell yourself or friends about It
but bring It right hero to us and we'll "right it." We
strive to do everything In tho repair department just a
llttlo better than anyone else and "we can boast" that
no ono has ever "equalled" us In the "Prompt" manner
In which wo turn out our work. Taking this into con
sideration there's a lot of truth In the old adnge "If
a man writes a bettor book or builds a better mouso trap
than his neighbor the world will beat an untrodden
path to his hut."
Now people Who's Who? the house that treats
one and all alike and Why? because they have
the reputation of holding the People's confidence.
Think it over
Jeweler and Optician.
Progressive Farmers are Using
W. A, Wood Disc Harrows
Because they havo learned to know that W. A. Wood builds good farm
tools. Wo carry these harrows In
All Sizes and Styles
Prices range from $22 to $30
Wo also havo W. A. Wood Spring Lovor Harrows, Adrlanco Wheol
Harrows, Porry Wood Fraino Harrows, Lansing Coll Sprlug Harrows.
Full lino of repairs always on hand for all harrows sold by us. If you
need a harrow call on us. If you don't need a harrow call anyhow.
Everything for the Farm, Honesdale,
Death of Mrs. Lucy A. Chambers.
Mrs. Lucy 'A. Chambers, mothor
of O. T. Chnmbcrs, druggist of this
place, passed away at tho homo of
hor only surviving son, on Four
teenth street on Wednesday after
noon at 3 o'clock, at tho ago ot
Lucy Ann Chambers, widow oC
Joseph Parker Chambers, was born
in 1827 nnd camo to iHoncsdnle from
ISaston, Pn., In the year 1804. Hor
husband preceded lior In death
about twenty years ago.
O. T. Chambers Is tho only sur
viving son, with whom she has mado
her homo for many years.
Tho funeral services will be held
on Friday at tho house, Rov. Dr.
Swift of tho Honesdalo Presbyterian
John Rlckert was attending to
business In Scranton on Tuesday
W. .1. 'Barnes loft on Thursday
morning for Wllkcs-Barro to attend
tho ifuneral of tho late William
Deckover, his wlfo's uncle, which
was held there on Thursday after
The creditors of tho Percy L
Colo drug store have secured tho
services of Buel Dodge, who for 2G
years had a pharmacy of his own In
Honesdale. He has been appointed
manager by them and will hereafter
conduct the business under the name
1123 Main St.
All prescriptions accurate
and Why ?