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the" crTScaw, Friday, January 24, 1913,
INDIAN ORCHARD. I
Indian Orchard, Jan. 23.
The lumbermen In this vicinity
say that this has been a very unfav
orable winter for them thUB far.
O. D. Hcnshaw, who is teaching
school at Galilee, spent Saturday and
Sunday with his family here.
Florence and Alice Maloney, of
Laurella, were the guests of friendB
here on Friday and Saturday.
W. C. Spry no,w handles the reins
over a very fine pair of matched
Mrs. W. 'D. Buckingham intends
to spend several days with friends
in WilkesJBarre next week.
Margaret 'Maloney, who has been
.visiting 'friends at Canaan, has re
turned home, and Is now spending
this week with Mrs. W. D. Bucking
ham at the Chestnut Grove farm.
Albert Mitchell and David Olver
are each "breaking a fine three-yeaT-old
Richard Olver, a traveling sales
man, was at this place on Thursday
Mr. Saunders was a recent busi
ness caller among friends at Swamp
Merchant W. H. Dunn has return
ed from his northern trip. He found
no horses that would fill the bill.
Ed. Come to Honesdale.
Mike Tenbus of Honesdale was a
recent business caller here and at
Fred Sluman of Carbondale, pass
ed here on Sunday last enroute for
Ethel Bunnell was a recent visitor
with friends In Carbondale.
"VV. 'H. Oliver, of Genoungtown,
who left on Saturday to visit rela
tlves In Carbondale, returned home
Mr. Kuhnhart, of Swamp Brook,
has a fine field of winter oats. Many
of the farmers here are anxiously
watching the outcome, as it is the
first attempt at raising that kind of
grain in this vicinity.
Marshall Smith Is improving his
property at this place toy repairing
and building new buildings.
Charles Spry, the popular young
merchant at Beachlake, spent Mon
day at the Old Red Rock farm.
M. Lee Braman, of Honesdale. Is
hauling hay from the Bethel Fruit
A drove of cattle passed here on
Saturday last enroute for Honesdale.
Mrs. W. D. Hiller and daughter,
or mngnamton, are expected to ar
rive at Beachlake tomorrow.
FIRST WEEK OF COURT CLOSES
(Continued from Page One.)
Lobb, Hawley: Walter Malson,
Sterling; J. A. Noble, Damascus; P.
H. Skelly, Texas.
Miss Conley was called and testi
fied as to the existence of the con- East Berlin school were greatly sur
tract for 14 weeks 'made in 'New prised when the new school organ
York. arrived. J. H. Gevert, our obliging
The testimony of Mrs. Emma Quick milk carrier, 'brought It from Nar-
and Mrs. Daniel Vlclnus was stricken rowsburg. Miss A. E. Branning has
from the records. been organist for a few times and
For the defense, Miss Kate Mc- of the rest of the school term Car-
Kanna testified that she had made rol A. Branning, a noble and char-
no contract for 14 weeks with Miss acterlstlc school girl of only twelve
Conley. Miss Josephine McKanna years, will 'bo organist for the school
also testified to being present in New purposes. It has made a great lin
York when Miss Conley had been en- provement to the school. Three
gaged. The case was very short and large new slate black boards have
went to the jury about 4 o clock Must ueen installed 'by school direc-
Tuesday afternoon. -. tor William J. Perkins assisted by
The jury came in Wednesday Frederick P. Frey
morning after having been out all Ezra A. Case made a business trip
night. They were unable to agree to Scranton three days of last week.
pon a verdict. The court steno- F. W. Branning called on rela-
grapher was directed to read the tes- tlves at White Mills Thursday
timony to them after which they Mrs. H. S. Whitmore has been
stepped out in the ante-room and spending a few days with her moth
agreed upon a verdict in favor of er, Mrs. L. Brown, at iBeachlake.
the defendant, Miss Kate McKanna. Fred Brinkman and R. Buddon-
The casp of slipriff's Intpr- hagen made a business trip to Hottes-
nlnflilnr nf Unrnna Tlpytpr inr.ilnst A. dale Thursday.
O. niakp. was tnknn nn Wp.dnpsrlnv. Mrs. J. C. Case is improving nice
Sparlp Sr. Snlmnn nnrl M. E. Simons ly after a two Weeks' illness of
wprn t,ho nttnrnova fnr Hip rtofonsn Pleurisy anO lagrlppe
and W. H. Lee represented the About fifty people of the surround-
plaintiff. The case was to try the nS neighborhood recently gathered
nwnprshin nf thrpo rows rpW.pA In at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. Mil-
PYPmiHnn hv a n ninkp in his smtH ler and gave Miss Dennle Miller
.lErninst Mnnrv .Tnrrtin. flornrn Dry- a surprise party. At a late hour re
fer and Mrs. Dex.cr both testified lrusumeuls BtiIVBU' ullBI wmuu
tn hnvini? thp J.nrriin raws fnr sisk. music and dancing was enjoyed. All
After the cows were supposed to repuneu u. very muo ume.
have been purchased by Dexter Jar-
dine left the county. Mr. Dexter MTT.ANVITJTE
,o o r,.r, 1n-V f 1,1- U. J lUUUUllUUfcU Will ICLUili IU
run ,nA Mim u,, AtA . Binghamton, N. Y., Wednesday af-
say he was going for good. For the JelLha!lnEv.,?I)!n.t.few,?.ays
defense A. O. Blake, B. F. Blake, P,
Bethany, Jan. 23.
At the first meeting of the Home
Missionary Reading Circle, Tuesday
afternoon, Rev. J. E. Prltchard had
charge of the devotional exercises
and the president, Mrs. James
Johns explained the work of the cir
cle as well as the course of study-
There were fifteen in attendance and
all seemed to foe Interested In the
work. The next meeting on Tues
day, Jan. 28, at '2:30 p. 'm., at the
home of Mrs. James Johns.
Miss Maud Bennett, of Honesdale,
Js visiting Mrs. E. W. Gammell.
Rev. E. S. Bierly conducted meet
ings at Aldenvllle last iveek in his
In the 'brick building last Wednes
day evening the Boy Scouts were or
ganized by Rev. J. E. Prlchard.
There wa's a good sized attend
ance at the Presibyterian dinner at
the home of John A. and Henry
Lippert, Haines, on Thursday. Five
dollars was realized.
Miss Ella Gaimmell expects to
leave Wednesday for New York and
Newark, N. J., to visit relatives and
John Smith is on the jury this
Mrs. Rush Kimble, of Pleasant
Valley, spent Thursday with Mrs,
Henry A. Bennett.
Mrs. M. E. .Bolkcom of Honesdale
spent Sunday with her brother, Jud-
son B. Faatz and wife.
Orson, Jan. 23.
Miss Lyla Hine Is visiting friends
Mrs. David Benedict, who has Deen
caring for the sick in the family o
D. M. Smith, has deturned to her
home in Thompson.
Evelyn, the infant daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mosher, who
has been very 111, Is now out of dan
Mrs. A. F. Hine Is spending a few
weeks with relatives in Oneonta and
other points In New York state.
Mrs. Raymond Lewis will enter
tain the Ladies' Aid of the M. E
church on Thursday 9f this week,
H. Ihlefeldt Is serving on the jury
Mrs. Margaret Smith finished
very successful term of school here
Settlement day for the poor board
of Preston township will occur on
Thursday. Jan. 23.
Some of the voters of Preston con
template 'placing the name of a worn
an on the ticket for election on the
school board 'for the next term of of
D. F. Hine has purchased the Mis
ner house and is putting it in re
Euworth League devotional meet
ing Sunday ovening next beginning
at 0:45, subject, "The Church's
Mighty Missionary Task In Africa."
Mrs, Stanley Hine leader. All are
welcome. It is expected that a mis
sion study class will 'be organized.
Miss Theresa Jay, Mildred Hlne,
Bernice Vincent, Estella Patton and
Winifred Burns, are all attending
high school at Lakewood.
West Preston, Jan. 23.
Victor Bartleson, who Is working
at Lestershlre, Bpent Sunday with
his family hero.
L. D. Wall, of Preston Center, was
a caller at L. A. Wall's, Sunday.
Samuel Hubbard Is ill. Dr. Haver-
ly is attending him.
Mr. and Mrs. Manly Wallace at
tended the burial of their brother-
in-law, Ira Latham, at Thompson on
George Bartleson, of Preston Cen
ter, was a caller at Victor Bartle
G. W. Ogden and wife spent
Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
Herbert Lee and family spent
Sunday at Will Faucher'e.
nounced however, Rooney -was
brought before the court to answer
a few questions. District Attorney
M. E. Simons had established
Rooney's record In other places. He
had been arrested lor stealing a
luirrnl nf whlskpv In WIlkes-Barre.
moro employment for Miss Conley, also ha had been arrested for break-
let her go. The jury in the case was ing into a saloon and breaking opeu
composed of L. M. Blttner, of Pau- the cash register. Neither of these
pack; G. G. Collins, Lake; Harry cases came to trial however,
Conklln, of Salem; J. B. Dymond, nen Michels was sentenced to tha
Waymart; A. P. Gregg, Damascus; .hospital nf the criminal insane at
UJlver noover, untie; a. iiessiiuK, Pnrv nw.
Texas; Henry x,uawig, Texas; Henry
Inglehart, Jan. 23.
The pupils and teachers of the
x Lookout, Jan. 23.
Notwithstanding tho muddy con
dition of the roads a 'fair crowd
assembled to partake of the oyster
supper prepared by the ladies at the
church Saturday evening last. Hes
ter and Harry Hurteycofer, Edna
and Leslie Rauner, of Braman, at
tended the oyster supper.
Bert Gillow passed the first of the
week at Honesdale.
Miss Jane Gilchrist, of Union,
spent Saturday night and Sunday
with IMrs. S. J. Rutledge.
Mart Dermody, of Cochecton, re
cently visited his sister, Mrs. John
Harold Sheard, of Fallsdale, spent
Sunday with relatives at this place.
Ella Rodenberg is spending the
week with her aunt, Mrs. Joe Sheard
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Hawley Bpent
Monday at 'Honesdale.
R. Murray testified that about Feb.
home of his mother. Mr. McCul
lough came here to attend the Co-
on v,o i, n, o checton Bridge meeting.
fh Zt.Z'r. 'Zt." Mrs. Romalne Carpenter went to
t ,i i, u t, fcj New York last week
in the yard and he said he had
bought the cows of Jardin. In the
Miss Mabel Skinner recently spent
uullh1J" LUC UYO ui iiaiuiu, ill tile ,ll, mff 771 -ii .... i
house they said Mrs. Dexter stated Jf,?
that she did not know anythingof
tho transaction. Edward Manger,
Wm. Mills and Miss Coolis testified
the former of the conversation be-
Rockwell Brigham has sold his
farm to Bert Scott.
Mesdames Connor and Appley are
tween Mrs. Dexter and A. O. Blake C0IJ?edr0 ffel.Jl?eV?f L"""8;
relative to the cows in which Mrs.
Mrs. W. D. Yerkes has gone to
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Dexter was heard to ask Mr. Blake rnosham'0nnioIisit ner daughter,
favor of Horace Dexter Thursday ?Ws week
TO OUR CORRESPONDENTS.
To insure publication in the first
Issue of The Citizen, which goes to
press on Monday, correspondents
writing for this paper are requested
to mall their contributions no later
than Friday. The management of
The Citizen appreciates your efforts
and hope that you will continue to
send this paper letters containing
as much news as has been sent since
Lakewood, Jan. 23.
The Ladles' Aid society met
on Thursday, Jan. 23, at the home of
Mrs. A. E. Kellogg for. dinner.
Mrs. J. O. 'Mlllett, who has been 111
for some time, Is much Improved at
this time. It is the hope of all that
she will soon recover.
The dance held In the hall last
Wednesday evening was well attend-
d and all enjoyed a good time.
Miss Laura Couse. of Hancock. N.
Y., came here last week to care for
her sister, Mrs. J. O. Mlllett.
Miss Jane LaBarr left last week
for Kirksvflle, Mo., where she will
remain at least one year.
Ralph Benson, of Pleasant Mount,
spent Sunday In town.
Daniel LaBarr made a business
trip to Scranton Tuesday of last
Mrs. A. E. Kellogg and Mrs. Harry
Brown spent several days with rela
tives in Scranton.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
'Robert Price et ux. to John T.
Price of Cherry Ridge, land In Ca
naan; consideration $1.
Ralph H. Morris, of Scott, and
Emeline O. Morris, of Binghamton,
N. Y., to Eldred Gear of Scott, land
In Scott township; consideration,
George C. Abraham et ux. of
Southern Pines, N. C, to Hudson J.
Tyler and Blanch Bush of Damas
cus, land 1ft the latter township;
Pau pack, Jan. 23.
Miss Frieda Vetterlein is confined
to her bed with lagrippe.
Elmer Foulkrod and E. Drake
Islted Port Jervis Saturday.
Mrs. A. Hopps, Ruthie Hopps and
Henry Butler visited Mrs. H. Fow
ler on Tuesday last.
A. N. Surplice and Miss Lane of
Centerville were Sunday callers at
Mud! Mud! Mud! All we see is
Mrs. A. Bennett returned from
New York city last Monday.
Hon t torget the box party on Sat
urday, the 25th, at W. Vetterlein's.
DRILLING FOR OIL.
Towanda, Pa., Jan. 23. Drilling
has commenced again on the Phillips
farm in Asylum township in search
of oil. William Doe Is in charge. A
well was sunk- several hundred feet
some time ago and just when the
drillers 'believed they were nearing
the oil, work had to be stopped on
account of lack of funds. Mr. Doe
canvassed the Durell townfolks and
got enough to buy fuel 'for the drill
ing machine and work was resumed.
He and his partners are furnishing
all the tools and work In exchange
The jury In the case was compos
ed of the following: D. W. Bidwell,
'No school on account of the Ill
ness of the teacher. Miss Hocker.
Miss Bessie Skinner, who has been
Salem; Jacob Collum, Palmyra; F. J j rL7hTfrirZ
F. Conrad. Scott: W. H. Dovle. Pres. confined to her bed for over three
F. Conrad, Scott; W. H. Doyle, Pres
ton; J. E. Hens-haw, Dyberry; E. N,
Huber, Damascus; Henry IhlefeBt,
Mt. Pleasant; Norman Lester, Man
chester; John Murray, Cherry
Ridge; Job R. More, Lehigh; C. H,
Rettew, Honesdale; A. B. Wood,
Judgment for Slivlca
In the case of John Sllvka and
Jacob Howanecs against Frank Kel
sey and wife to recover ?402.S2 for
breach of contract to deliver hay
weeks, is slowing gaining health,
Barney Skinner has secured em
ployment in Relfler's acid factory,
Tanners Falls. f-
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Tyler, who
have been ill, are better.
Mr', and Mrs. Merlin Illman, of
Narrowsburg spent Sunday In town.
Sherman, Jan. 23
The quarantine has been removed
and also $40 earnest money paid to from all the homes where they had
Mrs. Kelsey. Searle & Salmon rep- smanpox ana everyDoay seems nappy
resented the ulaintlffs. There was Services were held in the church
no defense. Both Mr. Sllvka and last Sunday for the first timo in four
Mr. Howancse testified to makine weeks.
the verbal contract for 40 tons of Mrs. E. Lowe and Mrs. M. Clear-
hay at $23 per ton and pay freight water, who have been very sick, do
to Jessun. A 1urv was called in not gain as rapidly as their friends
the box and took a verdict in favor wish they might.
of the plaintiffs for $402.82 which Mrs. Nancy Gailow, who -has been
includes one year's interest. The very sick witn acute inaigesuon, is
iurv was comnosed of L. M. Blttner. much Better,
Paupack; G. G. Collins, Lake; Harry r ranK uonrao. is auenaing scnooi
Conklln. Salem: B. S. Gillow. Man- at Lake Como.
Chester: Henry Ludwlg. Texas: H. Rev. Andrew Scott visited at J. H
J. Lobb. Hawley: Walter Malson. Smith's In Deposit last Friday,
Sterling; J. A. Noble, Damascus; P. B- W. Raymond made a business
H. Skelly, Texas; J. H. Smith, Beth
any; C. E. Weed, Canaan; W. P.
Although a verdict was rendered
against the defendant who was ab
sent, it is stated that the amount
will be difficult to recover as the
trip to Deposit one day last week.
Rev. A. Scott is helping In re
vival services at Danville, N. Y,
STALKER AND BRAMAN.
Stalker and Braman, Jan. 23.
Kelseys have moved out of Wayne ctffery atBraman last Sat
ilpnv vc TTnnnc I J .
Airs. .lohn Kphnnrkpn rmror wns
The case of IH. H. WllCOX against palled to Npw York f!itv Inst. Sunday
Andrew Hanas was taken up late by tho Illness of Mrs. McKechnie.
Wednesday aiternoon as tne last Frank Rauner. an onerator at Sus,
case on uio inai nsi lor mo ursi quehanna, spent last Thursday with
ween or January court. Attorneys his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
E. C. Mumford and G. E. Gardner Of nminpr. W nnilprsfnnn ho nnn-
Forest City conducted the case for templates going on a farm In the
me imunuii uiiu .aiiuiueya u. sr. snrlntr
faearle and C. A. uarratt represented 'Harry Cole has rellnaulshed his
j.t -t - mi ii.i.10A 1 l l i -
tne ueienstj. xue piuiuiui ciuimeu position with the turning factory.
title to farm implements, nay and George Skinner, of Peakvllle, N,
other things valued at ?15U, which y., spent Sunday night with his
ne leu on me piace wnen iie som u brother, John Skinner.
to Hanas. Mr. Wilcox so d his Maggie Murray Is home, having
property to Anurew iianas in rieas- resigned her position at Hancock
aut. mount lor o,uuu urougii tue where she has een a long time.
agency of Fred Wells, insurance r, j. an(j o. C. Stalker have lost
agent oi sorest uuy. tte claims mat three young calves of late. They
tne implements, toois uuu nay were cannot find tho cause of their death
not included in tne purcnase price
REVISION OF APPEALS.
Notice is hereby given, pursuant
to the provisions of the Act of As
sembly, entitled "An Act to provide
for the ordinary expenses of the
government, payment of the interest
f the state debt, receiving propos
als for the sale of public works and
for other purposes, approved the
7th day of July, 1842, that tho as
sessors of the several townships and
boroughs of Wayne county have
made their returns of their assess
ments for the year 1913, and that
the 'following is a statement of the
aggiegate values and assessments
made by said assessors of the several
subjects of taxation enumerated In
the lilth section of said Act of July
zi, iS4i!, and in the several Acts
supplementary thereto, and of the
whole amount of county taxes as -assessed
In said townships and bor
Cherry Ridge '214,270.00
Mt. Pleasant 568,137.00
Salem . . 421,704.00
South Canaan . ; 274,411.00
of the farm but the agreement was
that Hanas was to use what hay he
needed for his cattle. A bill of sale
of tho Items Included with the farm
Ledgedale, Jan. 22.
Mrs. 'Burcher, of 'Dyberry, Is
was clvnn to -Hanas but this did not guest at the home of F. iB. Simons.
include the hav or tools or the farm- Mrs. Nellie Bloss, of Crosses, Is
ine Imnlements to the value of S150. assisting ivatnryn uemy witn ner
Wllcnx claims that when he went household duties.
to Hanas and made a demand for C. F. Simons and wife, of Crosses
these thlncs he was refused. The called on friends at this place Sun-
defense was that all these things day.
were Included in with the purchase me L,eageaaie ladies- aiu society
of the farm. will meet with Mrs. F. B. Simons on
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On Wednesday afternoon the
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court cauea ior iuorion nines, nm jug week
uuuiiey uuu lieu miuuuis uuu inu
nouncea sentence upon mem. WWW'RnTTNmT.AM'n
Morton li nes who entered a plea ..- ww.. .
of nello contendere of selling Ho-1 Ira Heffley, son of Mr. and Mrs
uor without a license was sentenced Jacob Heffley, celebrated his 29th1
to confinement In the county jail for birthday on Friday, the 17th.
a neriod of three months and to pay pparty was hold and games were
to the Commonwealth of pennsyiva- piayea atier wnicn xeiresnmenis
nla a fine of $500. were served. Miss 'Hazel Kroter of
Tim Rooney. who Pled guilty to Tfiroop, camo a long distance to
the charge of burglary in Mt. greet Ira on his 29th birthday.
Pleasant, was sentenced to the
Eastern Penitentiary at Philadelphia
for an Indefinite term of
not less than one or more
than ton years and to pay a line of
$100. Before sentence was pro-
Herbert Akers has tho eczema
which is causing him much soreness
The severe wind of Saturday lifted
the roof of Charles Graser's pig pen
and moved Clyde Burma wagon
shed several feet.
IJEWARE OF OINTUtiXTS 1POR OA
TARIUI THAT CONTAIN MER
CURY, as mercury will sorely destroy the
sense of smell and completely de
range the irhole yBtem when enter
ing It through tho mucous surfaces,
except on prescriptions from reput
able physicians, as the damage they
will do Is ten fold to the good you
can possibly derive from them. Hairs
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no
mercury, and la taken internally,
acting directly upon the biood and
mucous surfaces of the system. In
buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be Dure
you get the genuine. It Is taken in
ternally and made in Toledo, Ohio,
by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials
Sold by Druggists. Price 75c. per
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Aldenvllle, Jan. 23.
Rev. Bierly is continuing meetings
In the M. E. church three evenings
The infant son of John Derrick is
Mrs. E. K. Curtis is still In poor
Mr. Uphan, a representative of the
Clinton Cut Glass Co., spent Satur
day night with Manager Lozler.
Mr. Clemens and Miss Moase of
Pleasant 'Mount, were callers in town
It's an old sign, but it has the
TElfti to sound advice.
Two years hence the properties listed with us will advance very 'ma
terially in value. If you are of the opinion that properties are high now
note the advance in price two years hence;
"THE TIME, THE PLAGE, THE GIRL"
made a hit on the stage and also represents three important
epochs in life.
THE TIME to buy a home is now
THE PLAGE is Honesdale and in Wayne county
THE GIRL are here and they are the finest bevy
of damsels, too.
has over $250,000 worth of Wayne county property listed,
all of which, is first-class. If you are interested inquire about
the following Honesdale properties ;
Fourteen-room brick and stono
dwelling, located on Main street, is
one of the most aristocratic places
In Honesdale. RoomB are spacious
and spring water Is in the house.
Garage on premises, beautiful lawn
and shade trees.
Ten-room two story frame dwell
ing located on Court, west side of
street between Eighth and Ninth
streets. Modern throughout. Large
lot, place for excellent garden.
Building In first-class condition.
Notice is also given pursuant to
Act or Assembly aforesaid, that th
following days and dates appointed
ior tne appeals irom tne assessments
for the several boroughs and town.
ships, have also been appointed by
the Commissioners of said county
for finally determining whether any
of the valuations of the assessors
have been 'made below a just rate ac
cording to the meaning and Intention
of said Act.
The Commissioners of Wayne
county sitting as a Board of Revis
ion have appointed tho following
days and dates respectively for hear
ing nnai appeals from the Triennial
assessment of 1913 at the Commis
sioners' office, Honesdale, Pa., be
ginning at 8 a. m, Monday, Feb. 3,
iai3, and closing at 2:30 p. m. Fri
day, Feb. 7, 1913:
Monday, Feb. 3. Honesdale and
Tuesday, Feb. 4 Berlin, Damas
cus, Manchester, Buckingham, Leb
anon and Oregon.
Wednesday, Feb. 5. Scott, 'Star
rucca, Preston, Mt. Pleasant, Cherry
Ridge, Dyberry and iBethany.
Thursday, Feb. 6. Clinton, Can
aan, South Canaan, 'Prompton,
Waymart, Lehigh and Dreher.
Friday, Feb. 7. Salem, Sterling,
Lake, Hawley, Palmyra and Pau
pack. Porsons having a grievance should
try to adjust it with the assessor be
fore the appeals, if this cannot be
done, and It Is not convenient to at
tend the appeals, write the grievance
and mail It to the Commissioners'
office and It will receive attention.
County levy for 1913 Is 4 mills.
Attest: T. Y. Boyd, Clerk.
Double dwelling on East street ex
tension. Nine rooms in each apart
ment. House well and substantial
ly built. Rents for ?34. Would
make good investment. Lot 100x175
feet. Room on premises for another
Eight-room house, all Improve
ments, located East street extension.
All Improvements, hard wood floors
good dry cellar, large porch bay
windows. Chicken house, capacity &u
birds. Lot 52x125 feet.
Eight-room residence corner of
Court and Eleventh streets. House
In first-class condition. All modern
Improvements, located on west side
of Court street.
Two Good Lots Located on Fair
avenue, 15 minutes' walk from
Honesdale. Will be sold together or
separately. On R. D. route. Fer
tile ground. Lots have a frontage
of about 600 feet and run from Dy
berry river. Ideal place for party
who desires email farm near town.
Modern House in Iloncsdale
Brick, contains steam heating plant,
gas and other modern appointments.
Lot 50x125 feet. Good garden,
barn, and chicken house on prem
ises. Property In first-class condi
tion. Was recently Improved. One
of Honesdale's best properties.
Building Lot In Iloncsdale Locat
ed on Court street In one of prettiest
residential sections of Honesdale.
Size 63x125 feet. Story and a half
house on property. Property in
Honesdale Two building lots and
house on Sixteenth street. Size ot
property 100 x 100 feet. Situated
In finest residential eectlon of town.
Cash Bakery For Salo 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.
Good Bullditic Lot Located in
Texas No. 4, Green street, within 15
minutes' walk from Honesdale post
ofllce. Ground practically level.
Size of lot 60x75 feet. Property
commands beautiful view of land
scape. Will be sold cheap. Rare
Modern dwelling In Honesdale
contains nine rooms and Is equipped
with all appointments of an up-to-date
house. Located on Main street
In one of the nicest sections of the
residential sections. House has
g-.s. New furnace recently installed.
Lot 50x125 feet. Property In good
condition. A bargain for a home
Honesdale Ten-room house on
Main street. Lot 50x200 feet. One
of nicest locations .for residence.
Will be sold cheap.
Three-story brick building on
West side of Main street between
Sixth and Seventh streets. Building
is rented. Lot 23x60 feet. Proper
ty In good shape. Will make 10
Any of the above properties can .be purchased at reasonable prices.
Terms made easy to all purchasers. For prices and further description
apply to office of
Buy-U-A-Home Realty Co.