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THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1912.
Dnamite Charges Not Sus
tained, Government Says.
fOXTY-0fc ARE STILL ON TRIAL
United States District Attorney Says
Evidence Is Not Sufficient to Con
vict Calls Tveitmoe's Statement
Contemptible No Desiro
to Punish Innocent.
Indianapolis. Intl., Dec. 3. Four of
tin forty-four defendants in the "dyna
mite conspiracy" trial wore discharged
by the government on the ground that
the charges against them had not been
Tlie dismissal of the cases, leaving
forty-one labor union olllcials still on
trial, came when Charles W. Miller.
United States district attorney, an
nounced that the government's evi
dence was all presented and that the
government rested its case. Mr. Miller
then moved the dismissal of defend
ants as follows:
William K. Hensnn, East Galloway.
N. V.. formerly president of the IJe
troit Federation of Labor.
Moulton II. Davis, West Chester, Pa.,
formerly member of the executive
board of the International Association
of Hridge and Structural Ironworkers.
John It. Carroll. Syracuse, X. Y.. for
merly an otlicial of the local Ironwork
Spurgeon P. Meadows, Indianapolis,
Intl., business ngent of the local council
of the International Brotherhood of
Carpenters and Joiners.
The government said Its release of
these defendants did not affect the
merits of the remaining cases.
Tveitmoe Is Scored.
"Contrary to the contemptible pub
lished statements of Olaf A. Tveitmoe,"
said District Attorney Miller, addressing
the court, "the government has no de
sire to punish any innocent defendant.
Wo have concluded that while Carroll.
Benson and Meadows have had guilty
knowledge of n conspiracy Illegally to
transport explosives, the evidence Is
not conclusive. Benson since his lead
ership ns a union otlicial at Detroit has
retired to a farm and Is no longer con
nected with a union."
Motions by the defense for the dis
missal of Michael J. Cunnnuc of Phila
delphia, Clarence Dowd, Rochester.
N. Y formerly of Detroit; John H
Barry, St Louis; James B. Ray, Peo
ria; Mnrray L. Pennell, Spriiigncld,
111.; Fred Mooney, Duluth, and other
defendants were overruled.
"I will ay that at tlio end of the
trial I will listen to motions as to a
few more defendants, but these motions
will not bo entertained now," said
Judge A. B. Anderson.
WILL TRY PASTOH FOR MURDER
Charged With Slaying Wife's Father.
Widow and Son Also Accused.
Iloulton, Me., Dec. 3. Solution of the
murder mystery which for more than n
year has agitated the residents of New
Sweden is expected this week In the
course of the trial of three persons
one a minister on a charge of re
sponsibility for tho death of August
Jacobson, a prosperous fanner, who
was found slain June 11, 1011. lie had
been shot four times. The accused
minister, the Rev. Charles Emelius of
the Lutheran church, maintains ho Is
On trial with him will bo placed Mrs.
Mary Jacobson, his mother-in-law nnd
the widow of tho murder victim, and
her seventeen-year-old son, Edgar J.
Jacobson. At tho time of tho crime
the Itev. Mr. Emelius was pastor of the
Lutheran church at New Sweden.
The authorities charge that his suit
for the hand of Jncobson's daughter
had been opposed by her father.
HOLDS UP EMPIRE EXPRESS.
Railroad Man Flags Train and Orders
It to Move His Household Goods.
Flshkill, N. Y., Dec. 3.-Setting the
signals ho that tho Empire State ox
press came to a stop, Fred Ostrander,
a railroad employee, ordered engineer
and trnln crew to proceed with the ex
press to Maultou, In Putnam county,
there to get two freight cars contain
ing his household goods and then re
turn to Flshkill. Ostrander explained
that lie was moving.
The authorities detained Ostrander
and declared they found him to be pos
sessed of an hallucination that he was
nllllcted with too great wealth. He was
committed for observation.
Ostrander threw a switch In a signal
tower when the towerman's attention
was attracted elsewhere.
MRS. BAIN GETS DIVORCE.
Docree Gives Horsewoman Right to
Become Belle Beach Again.
Newport, U. 1., Dec. 3. A final de
cree of divorce wns handed down In
the superior court to Mrs. Bello Beach
Ilnlu of Newport and New lork, which
also gives her permission to resume her
maiden name, Miss Belle Beach.
She Is well known as a teacher of
riding and driving to women nnd chll
Cren'and Is a winner of many ribbons
nt horse shows for owners of some of
the best blooded stock In America.
Fair and colder today; tomorrow fair;
hiolerato west and northwest winds.
) Snapped on Way to Front as
) War Threatened All Europo.
WILSON HEARS TARIFF TALK.
President Elect Listens to Discussion
In House of Assembly, Bermuda.
Hamilton. Bermuda, Dec. 3. 1'rcsi
lent Elect Wilson attended tho session
)f the house of assembly nnd listened
.ntently for two hours to a discussion
)f the colonial tariff. At the close of
the session Sir Thorias Wadson cx
:ended greetings to the president elect.
All tho members were standing, and
:ho speaker was frequently Interrupted
Dy cries of "Hear, hear!"
Mr. Wilson replied ns follows; "1
iad hoped that I might forget that 1
un able to make a speech while In Ber
muda, but I cannot refrain from ex
aresslng my extreme pleasure for the
:ourtesy exteuded to me and my great
interest In this city. I was just won
lering what would happen in the the
United States if every year we went
3vcr the tariff Items. It would be a con
tinuous performance which would ex
ceed all that theaters could offer in the
way of amusement. Yet I cannot help
thinking that the Idea is admirable, be
cause It affords the house of nssembly
in opportunity to review the changing
"One member said he was sorry for
30 dull a sitting. 1 do not consider it
50. I have been a student of parlia
mentary procedure all my life, and I
ldinire your businesslike method of
srolng through the items. I begin to
feel that Bermuda Is one of my homes,
md It Is nil the more delightful to bo
received In this manner."
New York, Doc. 3.
BUTTER Firm; receipts, 2,933 pack
acea: creamery, extras, lb., 37a3Tc;
firsts, 33a36c; seconds, 30a32c; thirds, 27a
28c; held, extras. D3a34c; firsts, 31a32c;
seconds, 23a30c; state dairy, tuos, nnesi,
33a34a; Rood to prime, 23a32c; common to
fair, 24a28c.; process, extras, Z7V4c.; firsts.
2GaZ7c; seconds. Maffic. ; Imitation cream
ery, firsts, KaSHc ; factory, June make,
firsts, UV4c.; current make, firsts, zJHc;
seconds, 23a24c; thirds, 21a22c; packlnc
stock, current make. No. 2, 22c; No. 3,
CHEESE Firm; receipts, 6G3 boxes;
state, wholo milk, specials, white, fresh,
held, lb., l"ic; colored, fresh, hold, 17a
ISc: average fancy, white, fresh, held.
lTWc. : colored, fresh, held, ntc: under-
srados. 14'j4al6ttc; daisies, fresh, 17V4al8c.;
state skims, held, specials, HHal4c;
fresh, 14c; fair to choice, Sal3c.; under
EGOS Steady; receipts, 4,040 cases;
fresh (fathered, extras, dor., 39a42c.; extra
firsts, 35a38c; firsts, 30a34c; seconds and
lower grades, 27a2Sc.; held fresh, 20a38o.;
dirties, lCa22c.; checks, lEalOc.; refrigera
tor, special marks, fancy, 23a; firsts, 21a
21c.; lower gTades, 17al9V4c; state, Penn
sylvania and nearby, hennery whites, fan
cy, large, EOaKc.; common to good, 35a
40c; hennery browns, 41a42c; gathered
brown and mixed colors, 30a40c
POTATOES Weak ; Bermuda, No.l, new,
bbl., 7a7.D0; No. 2, 5aG.M; Virginia and
Maryland, bbl., Jl 75aZ.Zi; bag, J1.75a2;
Maine. 180 lbs.. ;2a2.12: Maine, bag, 11.80
o3; Pennsylvania, IV) lbs., $1.76a2; Long Is
land, bib. or bag, iz.zaz.is; siuie, isu ids.,
1.75a2; bag, Jl.70al.90; western, 110 lb.
bag. Jl.40al.75; sweets. Jersey, bbl.. JlSa
3; basket, 75c.aJ1.25; southern, bbl., J2a
LIVE POULTRY Firm; chlckenB, lb.,
13al4c. ; fowls, 13al4c. ; roosters, lOHc; tur
keys, ISc; geese, 13al4c; ducks, I4al5c;
guineas, pair, C5c. ; pigeons, pair, 25c.
DRESSED POULTRY Weaker; west
ern milk fed broilers, 12 to box, 24 lbs.
to dozen and under, 27c; 28 to 30 lbs.,
24c; fryers, 31 to 45 lbs. and over to doz
en, 17al8c; roasters, 4S lb. and over to
dozen, ISalSVic; corn fed broilers, 24 lbs.
to dozen and under, 23c; 28 to 30 lbs. to
dozon, 20a21c : fryers, 31 to 45 lbs. to doz
en. 14c ; roasters. 48 lbs. and over to doz
on, ICHc ; chickens, Iced, bbls., Philadel
phia and other nearby, squab broilers,
pair, Ka70c ; broilers, lb., .jo2Cc; roast
ing, l2Hc ; average, 20c; Pennsylvania
broilers, 22a23c. ; roasters, 18al9c; aver
age chlckenB. 14al5c; Virginia milk fed
broilers, 24c; average chickens, lCUc;
western milk fed. 4 lbs. and over, 17V4c;
mixed weights, 15c; corn fed broilers, 18
al9c; 4 lbs. and over, 15V4al6Vic; medium,
13V4al4c; fowls, dry packed, western, box
es. 12V4al6c; bbls.. Iced, 12Hal4Hc; spring
ducks, nearby, ISc; spring geese, Mary
land, 16c; western, 12al6c; squabs, white,
dozen, J2.25a4.D0; dark, Jl.75; spring tur
keys, nearby, fancy, 21a23c; western, fan
Live Stock Markets.
Pittsburgh. Dec. 8.
CATTLE Supply, 100 carloads; market
steady; choice, J9.26a9.00; prime, 8.50a9.10;
good, J7.75aS.40; tidy. J0.75a7.W; fair, J5.50a
160; common, Jl.50o6.60; heifers, J4.10a7.60;
fresh cows and springers, J25aU6.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 35
double decks; market steady and higher;
prime wethers, J4.10a4.26; good mixed, JS.C5
u4; fair, J3.25a3.CO; culls and common, 32a
1.50; lambs, J5a7.C0; veal calves, J10.60all;
heavy and thin, J7aS.
HOGS Receipts, 25 double decks; mar
tot steady; prime heavy, heavy mixed,
tiedlums and heavy Yorkors, 37.75a7.80;
Ight Yorkers, J7.G0a7.G5; pigs, J7.2Ca7.50;
Noted Educator Succumbs
After Long Illness.
WAS A COLLEGE PRESIDENT.
Had to Resign From GirarH Because
of Poor Health Many Notablas
Will Act as Pallbearers at
Philadelphia. Dee. 3. Dr. Adam II.
Fettcnilf, who was president of GIrard
college for twenty-eight years, died
from uraemia at his home, 11)30 Pine
street, lie had been 111 since his re
tli'cnicnt from (.Irani college In 1010.
The funeral will be held at -1:0
o" lock tomorrow afternoon from Christ
chimb, clmpel. Pine street, above Nine
teenth. Interment will be private.
Among the honorary pallbearers will
be former Governor Stuart, Chief Jus
tice Fell of the state supremo court,
Dr. .lohn C. Clark and Dr. C. A. Her
rick. Dr Ketterolfs successor nt GI
Dr. Ketterolf was one of the noted
cdticntlonal benefactors of the country.
He was adviser, counselor nnd director
father, in fact of about 1,000 boys In
lie was born at Pcrklomen, Mont
gomery county, Nov. 24, 18-11. Ilia par
ents were Gideon and Elizabeth Kette
rolf, and he was a descendant of Swiss
and Dutch nncestry. Ills great-grandfather
on the maternal side wns Val
entine Ilunsicker, who emigrated from
Switzerland to Amcrlen In 1717. Val
entine Hunslcker's son Henry and his
grandson John were both bishops of
the Mennonlto church.
Dr. Fetterolf's early life was spent
upon his father's farm, nnd he first at
tended school about the time Pennsyl
vania adopted a free educational sys
tem. When he wns fourteen years old
the family removed to Collegevllle, and
he entered Frcelnud seminary.
He paid his expenses nt school by
teaching and other work until he had
mastered the common branches. When
he was twenty years old he was ap
pointed professor of mathematics at
the seminary, an enviable position for
one so young.
Dr. Fetterolf wns married twice.
His first wife was Miss Annie Herge
shelmer. a daughter of George Herge
shelmcr of Germantown. In 1SS3 he
married Laura M. Mnngam, daughter
of William D. Mangam, a New York
merchant. He U survived by two
sons, Dr. George Fetterolf nnd Edwin
II. Fetterolf, both graduates of the
University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Fetterolf was a member of the
Pennsylvania Historical society, the
American Acndemy of Political nnd
Social Science, the Art club nnd the
Contemporary club. He wns also a
trustee of Urslnus college.
An Incident in his life known to few
of his Intimates was that during Lee's
Invasion of Pennsylvania Dr. Fetterolf.
then twenty-three years old, enlisted
and served ns a private In Company
C, Thirty-fourth regiment, Pennsylva
REPORT ON WRECK THIS WEEK
Findings of Several Bodies Probing
Disaster at Glenloch Expected Soon.
Philadelphia, Dec. 3. Reports of the
cause of the Pennsylvania railroad
wreck near Glenloch Inst Wednesday
night are expected this week from the
several bodies that have been Investi
gating the disaster.
Marshal John P. Dohoney of the
state railroad commission, It Is under
stood, will report to that body when
It meets todny to continue Its hearings
on the anthracite coal rates In this
city. It Is exiectcd he will fix tho
breaking of a shoe plate on the brldgo
over tho Trenton cutoff tracks, Just
enst of the wreck, ns the cause.
A report Is expected also from the
committee of railroad men appointed
by General Manager S. C. Long of the
Pennsylvania. It Is possible the re
port of exports made to tho Interstate
commerce commission as to the cause
of the wreck may be made public with
in a few days.
DEATH OF LEOPOLD LANDRETH
Member of Seed Firm In Delaware
Dies at Homo In Bristol.
Hrlstol, Pa., Dee. 3. Leopold Lnn
3reth, sixty-live years old, died at his
homo here. He had been suffering
from uracmlc poisoning. Ho recently
returned from Ilnwali, where ho went
in search of health.
Mr. Lnudreth wns a member of tho
Arm of Dr. Lnudreth & Sons, which
operates seed farms along the Dela
ware. The funeral will take placo
rrotn his home Wednesday morning.
$14,000 LOST IN BARN FIRE.
Valuable Horses and Cows Perish In
Blaze Near West Chester.
West Chester, Pa.. Dec. 3. Three
horses, valued nt $300 each, two blood
ed cows nnd many hogs and chickens
perished In tho burning of tho largo
double deck barn of Carroll I). Jacobs
of this placo, situated on tho Concord
road, near Dllworthtowu.
Tho placo Is occupied by Jacob L,
Ferry, who loses over $5,000 ou the
contents, while. Jacobs' loss Is estimat
ed at $0,000.
MODEL APPLE ORCHARD
AND FARM OF 40 ACRES
. . . .Located in Lako Township. . . .
Orchard More 1)00 Bushels This
Fall and "()( Bushels of Apples Ijast
.Season When Oilier Orchards in Vi
cinity Had Apparently No Fruit.
Orchard Is Overseen by Stnto Or
Farm Is Located on High Ground
and commands Beautiful View of
Is One-Half Mile From Gravity
Station mi Eric Railroad. District
School and Church Adjoins Farm.
High School at Ariel, One Mile Dis
tant. Tho dwelling houso and other
buildings are In excellent condition.
Tho house, which contains seven
rooms, is equipped with steam and
has telephone connections. It Is lo
cated on Gravity II. D. Route No. 2
and In the village of Gravity. Situ
ate upon said premises is a barn
32x42 feet In excellent condition;
Cash llnkery For Sale Cheap.
Place enjoys an excellent trade.
Well established lunch rooms In con
nection with business. Books open
to prospective purchaser. One of
best paying stands in Honesdale. If
sold now, a 'big bargain awaits hust
ling young man.
Ileaiitiful Irving Cliff and farm
consisting of 23 acres of good, till
able soil, has been placed In our
agency. Irving Cliff stands 300 feet
above Honesdale, Just east of the
town proper. Two rivers, tho Lack
awaxen and Dyberry, flow at Its
base. Tho view from the summit of
the cliff Is beyond description. In
tho distance the Moosic mountains
paint the picture on tho western sky,
while to the north Is Lake Bun
nell and historic Bethany. Tho south
portrays nature's hills dotted with
pretty homes and In the Immediate
foreground Honesdale, with Its arch
ed maple streets, beautiful parks, ar
tistic homes and wide thoroughfares.
Can the prospective buyer picture a
prettier or more restful placo to
erect a large summer and winter
boarding houso? If you anticipate
going into the summer boarding
business, why not enter upon a
large scale? Now Is the time to de
cide and also buy. Consult us and
get additional Informatlonconcornlng
this valuable and beautiful piece of
property. Wo will make It worth
Two Good Lots Located on Fair
avenue, 15 minutes' walk from
Honesdale. Will bo sola togetner or
separately. On R. D. route. Fer
tile ground. Lots have a frontage
of about 000 feet and run from Dy
berry river. Ideal place for party
who desires email farm near town.
Towcll Three-Story Brick build
iner. located 633 Main street. Is one
of the recent properties listed with
us. Building In nrst-class condition.
Rare bargain for so valuable a
property. Situated In business cen
ter of Honesdale. Building now oc
cupied. Slxty-Acro Farm Located with
in two miles of Honesdale. Will Bell
wholo or a few acres of same to
party wanting small farm. Very
productive. Houso and barn and
well watered. Another good bar
gain. Modern Houso In Ilonesdiilo
Brick, contains steam heating plant,
gas and other modern appointments.
Lot 00x125 feet. Good garden,
barn, and chicken house on prem
ises. Property in nrst-class condi
tion. Was recently Improved. One
of Honesdalo's best properties.
Modern dwelling in Honesdale
contains nlno rooms and Is equipped
with all appointments of an up-to-date
houso. Located on Main street
In one of tho nicest sections of the
residential sections. Houso has
gas. Now furnace recently Installed.
Lot 50x125 feet. Property In good
condition. A bargain for a homo
Excellent farm, consisting of 184
acres, 44 of which Is water, 50 acres
under cultivation and tho balanco
pasture land. On farm Is a good
dwelling, barn, wagon, spring, chick
on and ice houses. Good elto for
summer boarding house. Bargain
Dctsirablo Farm Located at
Mllanvlllo 110 acres, 75 cleared,
balance well covered with tlmBer.
Two-Btory dwelling, barn, and other
buildings, Living spring on farm,
brook flows through premises. Ele
vation 1,200 feot. One of healthiest
places In Wayne county. Ideal placo
for summer boarding houso. Excel
lent view over plcturesquo Delaware
rlvor. Three quarters of a mile
from Erie station and milk depot.
Eleven roads center at placo. Easy
torms to purchaser.
Buy - U
FOR A PROPERTY
chicken houso 12x32 feet sided and
plastered; wagon houso 2Gx30 feet,
new roof and tco houso 14x10 feet
12 feet high; wood house 10x14
feet. Three living springs aro upon
the farm and nn excellent well near
tho house. Tho model orchard, con
sisting of 100 npplo trees Is also In
closo proximity to the farm house.
There Is another orchard of four
acres consisting of peach, pear, apple
and other trees. All trees are prun
ed nnd sprayed every year and are in
first-class bearing condition. Tho
owner harvested 900 bushels of se
lect apples from his model orchard
this year. Tho farm, which Is near
ly 4 0 acres, Is mostly level and fer
tile, being hardwood land. There
are about four acres of woodland
nnd a small sugar bush. The tim
ber Is first and second growth and is
chiefly ash. Other woods aro
maple, basswood, hemlock, and a
few beech. The placo would make
nn excellent dairy farm. Owner
could make a comfortablo living
from fruit alone. Tho BUY-U-A-HOME
Realty company considers It
one of the best farms it has listed.
Being under tho supervision of the
State, prospective farm seekers will
realize Its value.
Property In Heart of Summer
Hoarding District Located In Sulli-
Nine-Room Houses Situated corn
er of Fourteenth and East streets,
Honesdale. All modern Improve
ments, gas and electricity. Lot
50x150 feet. Pleasant location and
property In first-class condition.
Has been recently Improved. Good
bargain for home-seeker.
Training Track for nigh Bred
Horses located on farm about one
mile from Honesdale. Place would
make an ideal stock farm. Contains
96 acres. The land is also very pro
ductive and has an elegant southern
exposure which would grow lucious
strawberries. Well watered; barns
in good condition. Six-room house.
Will sell stock, machinery and farm
Implements. Buyer gets a big bar
gain. Property In A-l condition.
Vnlunblo Blue Stono Qunrrles, lo
cated on main line of Erie railroad,
for sale. Best building stone on
market. Can be easily quarried. On
same placo Is a dandy growth of
timber. There is enough on proper
ty, that in a few years would pay for
the farm, which is an estate of 520
acres. Eighty acres cleared. Water
power also on promises. An elgh-teen-room
summer boarding house
on place. Property borders the beau
tiful Delaware river for a mile. A
good Investment for a hustler.
A'ery Pretty Cottage Eight acres
of land, large lawns and plenty of
fruit. Would make an Ideal summer
home. Will sell furnished or un
furnished. Newly papered and paint
ed. Outside In excellent repair.
Located at Calllcoon, N. Y.
Building Lot In Honesdale Locat
ed on Court street In one of prettiest
residential sections of Honesdale.
Size 63x125 feot. Story and a half
house on property. Property In
SOIL IS VALUABLE
Honesdiile Ten-room house on
Main street. Lot 50x200 feot. One
of nicest locations for residence.
Will bo sold cheap.
Knnn at Ariel In first-class con
dition containing 50 acres, 30 of
which are under cultivation and
the balance In pasture and wood
land. Fruits of all kinds, orchard
and cultivated berries. Seven-room
dwelling, basement barn, good poul
try house and outbuildings. Never
failing spring near house and several
springs In pasture. Located 1
miles from Ariel station on Erie
railroad. Graded school and
churches In vicinity. Rural Dollv
ery, tolophone connection and first
class road. The farm Is located In
a valley and is warm In winter.
Road does not drift. A bargain for
fall purchaser. Must be sold beforo
A No. 1 Farm Contains 104
acres, 70 cleared. No stones and
ground very productive. Idoal
place for truck farm. Located at
Indian Orchard on Main road be
tween Honesdale and Hawley. Well
built farm houso and barns. Young
and old applo orchards; also quan
tlty of butternut trees on premises.
Well watered, brook runs through
farm. Most of land on flats. Will
sell stock If purchaser desires. One
half cash, balance on easy terms.
- A - HOME Realty Co.
YORK AND SCRANTON AGENCIES
van county, Now York, one mllo
north of Eldred and between Eld
red nnd Ulan. Contains 130 acres,
30 or which aro cleared and balanco
In tlmhor. Elevation 1,500 feet. On
proposed State road. Eight-room
house, good barn and chicken house.
Water near houso. Good fruit on
premises. Placo occupied, hut In
case of sale immediate possesion
will be given. Rare bargain One
'half down, balance terms to suit
Farm in Texas Township Lies
between Sandercock and Murray
roads. Contains 180 acres, 125 of
which are first and second growth
timber. Part of farm extends Into
Cajaw Lake. Forty acres in pasture,
balance well cultivated Six-room
nn nn nnr rmt-n -fiiviu rnn n.
Ises. All kinds of fruit, berries, etc.
( (ri If '1 tot- (nn, .In Ik.- f . T
cated within a mile of Honesdale
ri .. 1, 1 f .1 i.i.
llfinlilf limn,, I,, will,. Mint.
.till. Ul illllKCII lift 11VII 1 .LII1 1 1 tl'M ii
COod condbtlon. Aern nf prntinil
fruit, and small barn Terms easy
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Texas No. 4, Green street, within 1
minilte.q' W.nlk frnm TfnnoQftnln nnnt
uuict. lirminn nr.icrirni v nvit
Size of lot C0x75 feet. ProDert
commands bpjiimrul vlow of land
Ann ll'ltl 1, ... 1 1 . Tl
Lako is for Mile. That portion th
iiwiiMr H isiihs in n snnn nr pirnnn
11U1L11 ililU suulii iruiii wiiac ih k ti n w
as the "Point," near tho center
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flnti t n tha Bnrr Ifrin Tt nti.nl.nrr.
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which can be cut Into flvo desirabl
utaiiuM hi hi ii him i ill hi. v iiii:u i:tii
ed, balance second growth timber, 1
1!11 It lll-IT I ill 11 Willi 1111. 1.1 km. run I
lng Ice, boating, bathing and fishln
rocK. wnito nnn nmcK njisa. n
..4 ii 1 1 i i ,
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basement. All walls aro cemen
iu. x wu cuurcuea. scnuuj, uqbio
ill tli 110 tUUUL
iiiiii r.riti r.iiiruiLii. uuiv iinp-iniiri
down, balance will be made easy.
house on Sixteenth street. Size
. l -inn m l. rin i
in finest residential section of tow
Korty-Acro Farm Will sell or e
change for property in Honesdal
Large ten-room house in good r
orchard. Located three miles fro
Calllcoon and as many miles fro
Cochecton, N. Y., one-half mile fro
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Realty company office, Jadwln bull
Hotel nt Milford Licensed. E
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trade. Ideal place. Produce f
table raised on property. Good w
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small chicken farm. Closo to D. &
station. Bargain for fall buyer.
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leges. Elegant chance for summ
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and fruit on farm. On main ro
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that needs the money. Bargain
Ideal Dairy Farm Located
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tho Erie road on the Wyoming
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land with only public highway
a division. First known as Isaac
Schonck farm, contains 123 acr
50 of which are Improved and
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Is also well watered. Good fa
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or what Is known as the Apollas
Schenck farm contains 101 acr
51 Improved and balance In 11
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fruit orchards on both farms. Ter
easy. Bargain for fall buyer.