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PIKE COUNTY PRESS.
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT
J. H. Van Etten, Editor.
Tf.rms One dollar and fifty cents
a year In advance. .
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Physician and Surgeon.
OFFICE in Drug Store on Broad
J. H. Van Etten,
OFFICE, Brown's Building,
Milford, Pike Co., Pa.
John A. Kipp,
OFFICE, opposite Court House,
MlLFORD, PlKB CO., PA.
First Prkrbttkria Church, MHfnnt;
Bahliath services fit 10.80 A. M. ami 7.1X1 P.
M. Halibath school Immediately after the
ninrnlngr service. Prayer meeting Wed
nmdur at 7.S0 P. M. A cordial welcome
will be extended t nil. Those not nt
tnnheil to other ehurvbes are esuecliilly In
vited. Kbv. Thomas Nichols, Pastor.
CHURCH OF THE GoOO SHEPHERD, Mll
ford: Services Kunday at 10.80 A. M. and
7. HO P. II. Hunday si.hool at S.HO P. M.
Week-day eorvlces.Frlday at 4.0UP.M. Seats
. frou. All welcome.
B. S. Labbitf.R, Rodtor.
M. R. CHURCH. Services at the M. E.
Church Sundays: Preaching at 10.1)0 a.
m. and at 7. HO p. m. Sunday Bchool at
p. in. Epworth league at 8.46 p. m.
Weekly prayer meeting on Wednesdays at
7.80 p. m. Class meeting conducted by
Wm. Angle on Fridays at 7.80 p.m. An
earnest Invitation Is extended to anyone
Who may desire to worshap with us.
REV. W. K. NEFE, Pastor.
HAT AMOR AS.
Epworth M. K. Church, Matamoras.
Services every Sabbath at 10.80 a. m. aud
7 p. in. Sabbath school at lt.80. C. K.
meeting Monday evening at 7.80. Prayer
meeting Wednesday evening at 7.80.
Uffv V T. TlnllBIM Tnutnf
Hope Evangelical Church, Mata
tnoras.Pa. Services next Sunday as follows:
Preaching at 10.80 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sun
day school at 8 p. m. Junior C. K. before
and C. K. prayer meeting aftor the even
ing service. Mid-week prayer meeting
every Wednesday evening at 7.80. Seat,
free. A oordlal welcome to all. Come.
Rev. J. A. Wikoand, Pastor.
MlLFORD Lodge, No. 844, F. & A. M.i
Lodge meets Wednesdays on or lieforo
Full Moon at the Sawkill House, Mllford,
Pa. N. Emery, Jr., Secretary, Mllford.
J. H. Van Ktten, W. M., Mllford, Pa.
Vab Deb Mark. Lodge, No. 8W. I. O.
O. F: Meets every Thursday evening at
7.89 p. m., Brown's Building. Geo. Dau
. man, Jr., Seo'y. John L. Uourlay, N. O.
Prudence Rebrkah Lodoe. 17. I. O.
O. F. Mueta every second and fourth Frl
. days In each month In Odd Fellows' Hall,
Brown's building. Mis. Minnie Beck, N.
a. Katie Klein, Seo'y.
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A TOUCH OF WHITE.
It Is Humored TtuU After a Bit No Collar
Will Be template Without a Una of
. The advance guard of the white
collar arrived some time ago in the
little lace-trimmed muslin tabs, and
the universal resumption of the old
fashioned linen collar itself seems
It has already encircled necks illus
trious in the realm of fashion, and it
may be taken for granted that it has
come to stay. One docs not need to
be venerable to remember the time
when a gown ungarnlshed by a line
of white at the throat was regarded
as incomplete, and to be seen in a
' -negligee equal to that of the collar
his man to-day.
A touch of white about the throat
is universally becoming, and when
the edict of banishment was first de
creed women rebelled and vowed
. they would never succumb to a fash
ion so ugly.
But it is a well-known fact, so in
explicable otherwise that psycholo
gical influence must be inferred, that
whatever is the fashion looks well.
and whatever ceases to be the fash-
on looks ugly, regardless of intrinsi c
' The fight made in the two towns
was for oonncilmen. The Republl
cans elected a majority in East
Ctroudahnrg and in Slroudaburg the
Democrats will. have a majority in
Think of all the evils from which
6in(ilk oop,, twk cr,r, IMM Apply for rata..
... 1 . - I
yia are exempt 1 : -Joubert
Minisink Valley Historical
Society Celebrates It,
A Banquet at the Fowler Ifmue, Tort .Ter
vls. Following Which Adrtrennes Were
Made by Kev. J)r. Mlllmlli v. Ir. ItlKKN
Mr. Oenrg-e H. Decker, Jtov. Mr. Hllles
ple and Hon. W. K. MrCnrtnlrk.
Tills society which wns organized
to preserve and perpetuate the early
history of this valley, and to rescue
from the mists of oblivion the fust
farting facts regarding its first in
habitants held its nnnunl meeting
Inst Saturday. There were 62 pre
sent at the dinner, which is repre
sented as beingin every respect a
credit, to Landlord Wickham audits
aftermath of speeches of more than
usual richness in eloquence and abil
ity. At the conclusion of the dinner
Dr. Mills the honored President of
the society made an introductory ad
dress of greeting and welcome, eu
logizing the character of Washing
ton and touching on the objects of
the society. He then introduced Geo.
II. Docker, of Middletown, who eu
logized Orange county by relating
the following story. At a protracted
meeting once in Amity, this county,
the minister asked all who wanted to
go to heaven to rise on their feet. All
arose except one old man. He next
asked all who desired to go the other
place to rise ;none stood tip, not even
the old man. After the meeting the
minister took him aside and said :
When I asked those who wanted to
go to heaven to stand up, you re
mained seated. When I requested
those who preferred the other place
to arise, vou still remained seated.
What did you menn? please explain
" Well, sir " replied the old man,
Amity is good enough for me.
He concluded by giving as a toast :
My Country Right or Wrong, My
Rev. Dr. Riggs was then intro
duced and delivered an eloquent ad
dress in which he spoke of our popu
lation, wealth and intellectual en
lightenment and said that from all
this there should be some doflnite
moral outcome, that we should not
merely contemplate with pride our
past achievement, and present con
dition. We are rich in resources,
and have no enormous standing
armies to maintain. But there is
room for improvement. Greatness
is a means, not an end, an instru
ment to be used by us for the ad
vancement of God's kingdom on
earth. Our greatness should bo fof
service, not for show. He also said
that we should think whether; we
have something to do in the world.
Washington's advice to the country
to avoid entangling foreign alliances
was wise at the time and under the
circumstances it , was given. We
had then but tliree millions of peo
ple, and this weakness rendered the
policy of non-intorforonco neces
sary. Those conditions are greatly
changed. We now ha ve a popula
tion of over sixty millions.aud great
nowerand resources. It is time to
qualify the position Wellington
took, and to notify the world that
Jonathan has reached his majority.
Rev. Geo. E. Gillespie followed in a
happy vein in a brief speech. Hon
W. E. McCormick then niado a cha-
tacterestio address which was the
closing speech. A number of out of
town guests were present these from
Pike county being Prothonotary J.
C. Westbrook.Dr. H. E. Emerson.of
Milford.and Charles Marvin, Frank
Marvin, Rev. Mr. Wiegand and Mr
Taft, of Matamoras.
Charles F. Rockwell, of Hones
dale Pa., was also present wearing
the 6mblem of the sons of the Ameri
His grandfather Jabez Rockwell
was a soldier in the army of the Re
volution and lies buried in Honesdale
Pa. There are three living children
in this family of a revolutionary
soldier. Mrs. Lucenda Valentine of
Brooklyn N. Y., aged 81. who is the
grandmother of the wife of Ed H
Mutt. Mrs. Phebe Ganisford of
Ellenville N. Y., aged 90, and Mrs
0 Iwv vMmk
Cathaino Bowden of Ktroudslmrg Pa.
aged 86. i ' ; ' ' ..
Mr. Julio M. Foster, who was un
able to ln present, sent his regret
from Atlanta, tin., and olso a, dona
tion of a V to season the viands.
A number of corresponding mem
1ors were elected.' Among whom
were! Amos Van Etten, .Esq.,' of
Kingston ; Edgnt Van Etten, of New
York, and Dr. C. 8. Van Etten, of
Rhinebeek, N. Y. '
Botany will lie introduced in the
Pittsburg public schools.
Thomas Henderson, of Wayne
county, was killed by falling under
a lond of lumber.
The Elks of Strondslmrg gave a
recoptiim which was attended by
the loading .society people of the
David Davis, of Norristown was
drowned whilo skating. Two of
hi,s companions had a narrow escape
trying to save him.
Hon. Janies II. AVobb of Bradford
county, speaker of the Legislature
in 1871 is dead at the age of 72 years.
Hon. Henry Reed, Associate Judge
of the Court of Common Pleas No.
3, of Philadelphia, died in New
York where ho had been undergoing
Mrs. Charles Freeman of Mayer, s
Station, Schuylkill Co. died of ap
oplexy weighing over 400 pounds.
Senator Quay will attend the Re
publican State convention which
meets in Hnrrisbury April 23.
' An Old Newspaper. ,
Through the courtesy of its owner
Thos. Mimwaring of Matamoras, we
were shown an old copy of the " Bos
ton Gazette and County Journal "
published in Boston March 12th 1770.
It contains an account of a meeting
of freeholders and other inhabitants
of tho town of Roxburg, legally as
sembled on Monday the 6th March
1770,tho inhabitants taking into con
sideration a clause in the warrant for
calling the meeting viz, and to know
the minds of the town whether
they will do anything to strengthen
the Hands of the merchants in the
Now Importation agreement.
Among the Resolutions is one.
Tha t we will not drink or purchase
any foreign Tea however imported
until a general Importation of British
goods shall take place.
And also a meeting of the Inhabi
tants town of Acton voted m that we
will use pur' utmost endeavours tcf
prevent the consumption of all .for
eign superfluities, and that wd will
use our utmost endeavors . to pro
mote and encourage our own manu
factures " ' " '", ' ; ;..
The Sohool Ceneut.
Dr. Scluiffor suggests the manner
in which it may lie taken. . In a cir
cular letter lust issued Dr. N. C.
Schaffor advises that the books fur
nished by the county commissioners
to the assessors bo ruled as follows
1. Name of the child, 2. Residence
Age. 4. Sex. 6. Color. 8. Number
of weeks at school this school year.
7. Cause of non attendance. 8,
Name of parents or guardian. 9. A
column for remarks in which may be
entered the occupation of child when
not attending school or other infor,
This census is to be used in con
nection with the compulsory school
' Should Join the World's Staff.
It is a good thing the pickerel sea
son closes so soon, for there is no
telling what kind of fish stories
would be given to a trusting and
confiding public Ed. Mott will
have to look to his laurels to beat
the latest fish yarn that appeared
in the Milford Dispatch. Catching
two pickerel on one hook, one hold-
ing fast to the other's tail, is really
very good, and simply shows how
eager the fish are to be token, The
story should give the Promiued Land
Pond a big, big boom, and the ori
ginator of that story should enter
journalism at once Stroudsburg
Those who have the fewest de
sires enjoy the greatest happiness
Biant and Rice.
COUNTY, PA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1890.
VANDERBILT ALLEN SUE;.
Ills rtiltatlrlnhls En-Wife Trying tn Re
cover Rack Alimony. ,J
Feb. 21 Mrs., Edith Allen of Phil
adelphia, who obtained a divorce
from Vftndi-rbilt Allen ' in 1SR7
brought action to-day to recover
1 S00 bnck alimony. Hlio was to re
ceive 11000 n year. Allen is In rocept
of $2400, a year, the income of a trust
fund of 10.000. Justice Truax de-
nied a motion to dismiss the com
Mrs. Allen said that Mr. Allen had
iwid her nearly $x000, but that she
had rweived nothing since.' 1892.
Allen is. a grandson of Commodore
Vanderbilt. He married for the
third time in 1892. Philadelphia
We print the above to correct the
statement made In the newspapers
that tho difficulty is with Col. Allen's
present wife who wns Miss Edith
This impression is totally un
founded, and probably arises from
the fact that tho wife bringing the
suit, from whom ho wns divorced, is
also named Edith.
So far as we know and believe tho
relation bet.woen the colonel and his
present wife has nlwayR een har
monious and pleasant and we regret
that any reflection to the contrary
should have been cast on so estima
ble a woman a,s Mrs. Edith Mott
Miss Nena C. Quick a daughter of
Mrs. Ruth A. Quick, of Matamoras,
and Mr. Frank B. Gunsauls, of the
same place, were married at the re
sidence of tho bride Feb. 20f Miss
Shannon was maid of honor, Mr. D.
Gunsauls was best man, and Miss
Louise Wilkin, bridesmaid. The
ceremony was performed by Rev. F.
L. Rounds. About one hundred
guests were present.
A Karros Escape From Drowning.
Levi Howell, of Dingman's Ferry,
took an involuntary bath in the river
at that ploe hist Monday evening.
He had been over to West Van Auk
en's after some sheep skins, and on
his return thinking to shorten his
walk did not follow tho road but at
tempted to take a near cut, and
walked into an open space in the ice.
The skins sorvod to buoy him up un
til bia cries for help attracted the at
tention of P. A. L. Quick arid Mr.
Van Aukon.who pushed aladder out
to him, to which he clung and so
wiiss roscuod from his perilous sit
uation. Ho - was quite exliausted
and would have sunk in a vory short
time beneath the icy waters, had not
timely aid been rendered.' His de
fective eyesight was probably the
cause of his mistaking the open wa
ter for blnck ice.
The Vandermark Hose Company,
of this place, held a dance.on Satur
day evening, Washington's Birthday
in Brown's Hall. Abont fifty cou
ples attended, and the firemen were
in their uniforms. Hot coffee and
lunch was served during the even
BAWKHX HOSK NO. 2 MEETING.
At a mooting held Saturday even.
inn Feb. 22 tho following were elected
officers for the ensuing year :
Foreman W. F. Choi.
First assistant, Geo. Gregory.
Second assistant, Wm. Aimer.
President, A. S. Dingnian.
Vice president, W. S. Ryman.
Secretary, ( tto Quick.
Treasurer, Wm. Aimer.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Greene township. Water L. Mars-
den et. hi. to Leon Viimead dated
Feh. 12. Lota in Manor Park Nos.
61, 139, 140. Con. 1100 Ent'dFeb.21
Greene. John Lancaster et. ux.
et, al. to Reuben Lancaster do,ted
Jan. 24, 270 acres. Con, f 1 Ent'd 24
Milford BorouKh, Emma J. Girard
and Peter J. Girard to George Greg
ory, dated Feb. 26. Lots on Harford
street. 763. 794. 765. 766. Con. $700
Ent'd Feb. 26.
Better not to be at all than not to
be noble. Tennyson.
JOHN VICTOR Q TJIOK.
John Victor Quick, an ago! and
highly respected resident of this bo.
ough,diedathis home early Thurs
day mornin g Feb. 27, of paralysis.
For somotime he has been in failing
health and has snffered a number of
slight shocks, each one loaving him
n a more enfeeblod condition. Ho
wns born at Quicktown, July lst,1822
and was the son of Roger and Maria
Lonsia (Aarts) Quick. He learned
the trade of bhicksmithing in early
life and for many years carried on
the business in Milford, working for
John M. Heller, and was considered
one of the most expert workmen in
this village. Some 22 years ago he
purchased a farm in New Jersey op
posite Milford, whore he success
fully engnged in tho business of
raising .fruits and vegetables . for
this mnrkct. Falling health in
duced him to relinquish his farm
and ho removed to this borough
alxnit one year ago. Ho was noted
fur and wide as a skillful hunter,
tmpier and fisherman. He was a
kind, affoctijnate husbnnd and
fnthor and a warm and steadfast
friend. His familiar face and cot-
dial greeting will be greatly missed.
Hois survived by his widow, who
was a daughter of Cornelius Court
right ,of Delaware township, . and
one .son, George Roger Quick,' and
one daughter, Miranda S., wife of
The funeral will take plaoe from
the residence of his son Saturday
(to-morrow) at 2 p. m.
., MISS LDRLLA TOTTKN.
Miss Idella Totten, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Totten, of Mata
moras, died at her home.Fridny Feb.
21 at 10 o'clock. For nearly three
weeks she had been confined to her
bed with an affection of the brain,
which caused her to suffer intense
pain during the last few weeks;
Death finally came to her relief.
Her age at the time of her death
was 18 years, 5 months and 10 days.
The funeral service took place Mon
day afternoon at 2 o'clock at the
house, and 2.30 at the Hope Evange
lical church. A host of friends
mourn the loss, and her absence
will be painfully noticed especially in
the above church, whore she pre
sided at the organ. ...
MRS. XABTHA SCOTT.
Died at her home on Canal street,
Port Jervis, N. Y., at 7 p. m. Sun
day, Mrs Martha Scott, (oolored,) of
pneumonia, aged 85 years.. She was
born in Sussex county,, N. 3.', and in
early life made her home in Milford.
For many years past she has lived in
Port Jervis. 'Her husband, James
Scott was a veteran of the civil war.
She leaves two children : Michael,
of Milford and Mattie, wife of Sam-
uel Hashrouck, of Port Jervis. Fu
neral was held at Zion A. U. church
at 2 p. m. Wednesday.
la Supposed to be Drowned.
It is thought possible that the man
Heater Who lived near the ' Brick
House in Montague N. J. and whose
wife ran away from him leaving four
small children, who afterward de.
sorted the children himself and left
them to the tender mercies of the
poor masters.may have become food
for bass in the Delaware river. He
left his house in company with a
faithful dog, and it is supposed may
have attempted to cross the ice near
tho Detrick farm in Dingraan town
ship to go to his father's home in
Lehman. The dog returned home
the same day appearing as if he had
been in the water, and Heater has
not since been seen or heard of.
The children have been placed in the
Sussex county poorhouse by the au
Judge Bell, of Blair county, has
recently decided that a justioe of
the peace has no power to open
judgment rendered by him. except
at the instance of the appellant, with
the consent of the adverse party
and within thirty days of tha ren
dition of the judgment.
If you make money your god, it
will xlague like the devil. -Fielding
We note with pleasure that E. L.
Van Etten formerly of Port Jervis
N. Y. has boon apiointod Auditor of
tho Jamestown and Lnko Erie R. W.
with headquarters at, Jamestown N.
Wo have no doubt but that he
will fill 'fins responsible position with
redit, to himself and satisfaction to
Prof. H. P. Highloy, of Warwick,
N. Y. has been elected to tho chair
of higher mathematics made vacant
by tho resignation of Prof. A. H.
Hibshman by tho trustees of the
East Ktroudsburec State Normal
Dr. Nathan C. Schaoffor, State
Superintendent of Pnblic Schools
may bo appointed a Superintendent
of Reading Public Schools. His
terms expires in March, and it is
quite probable be will not bo reap
pointed by the governor.
Frank Cross a student at the Rock
land Collegiate Institute Nyack N.Y
is homo to recuperate from on at
tack of the measles.
Genial " Tofn " Brink wns in town
this week supplying our merchants
with groceries, nnd whilo here took
occasion to subscribe to the best pa
per in Pike.,
H. W. Buchanan, of Now York,
visited his native town this week.
Jos. ' Chamliorlnin, of Lehman
township 'removed this week to Row
lands, where ho will take charge of
the blacksmith shop now occupied
by G. 8. Wiolnnd,' Godfrey expects
to become proprietor of a Hotel at
that place April 1st.
C. W. Bully Esq. has boon in at
tendance at the Supreme Court in
Philadelphia this week.
Miss Ann Baker returned home
last Friday, from,, a, visit in New
xorn anu i'aterson.
Misd Betty Cornelius who had boon
visiting friends in Now York also re
turned the sumo day.
Mrs. J. J. Hart ga ve a large re-
oeption in Washington last Saturday
She was assisted in receiving by
Miss.Lizzio Bull, Susan Nichols and
Mrs. J. C. Bull.
Mr. Charles Qninn. of Dingman
township will sail to-morrow from
New York for a visit to Ireland the
home of his forefathers. Ho will be
absent sometiine.and will go to Dun-
gannon County. Tyrone tho native
place of his ancestors,
John Borcaw, tho barber, a former
Eastonia'n, now a resident of Pike
oonnty, is visiting his mother, Mrs.
Elizabeth Borcaw, on Ferry street.
John says it was 22 degrees below
zero in Pihe county last week. Free
' Mrs. Martha Turner of this place
went to New York Monday morning
on a two weeks' visit.
Mrs. S.D.Van Campen and daugh
ter, Elizabeth, of Decktown,' N. J.
are visiting relatives in Milford.
Hon. J. J. Hart was in town last
Sunday, presumably gathering ma
terial for a great speech on his pen
sion bill. '
Mrs. J. C. Bull has returned home
from a visit to the National Capital.
M. M. Treadwell, Esq., district at-
torney.of Wayne .county, paid a bus
iness visit to Milford, Saturday hist.
W. E. Armstrong, who manipu
lates a type sotting machine in the
offce of the Iron Age of New York,
made the Puksh a pleasant cull last
C. ;H. Maxwell Trainor, vice-Brit
ish Consul, at New York, was a guest
at tKe CrUsuian House over Sunday.
Charles Custis, of this place, left
left town this week, for tlfo City of
New York where his wife was tak
en -sick. - ' :
A. S. Dingnian has embarked in a
new enterprise, tto will cater to
the sweet ' teeth of his fellow crea
tures, and keep an assortment of con
fectionery which will please the
moat fastidious taste. Yea can find
things squeezable there also in the
shape of 'oranges and lemons. His
neat little shop is nearly opposite the
Harvey Klaer a senior in Lafayette
College won a prize of $20 last Sat
urday evening debating the affirma
tive of the question " Resolved that
the United States should enforce the
Monroe doctrine in the pending con
q tho boot
troversy in Venezuela. Mr. Klanr
will be one of the debaters in thti
annual tlebata with Lehigh univer
sity on May 8. He is a Frank "
E. P. .Tones, D. D. G. M.. paid
Milford Masonic Lodge a fraternal
visit at its meet-ng Feb. 26.
Rov. M. T. Gibbs, pastor of tho
Stanhope and Waterloo churches,
has received a call for the fifth year
by said churches. His pastorate the
four years has boon a vory success
ful one in building np his Master's
kingdom and tearing down tha
stronghold of Satan. May his last '
year be his best in this good work.
Register. Mr. Gibbs is the son-in-
law of D. O. Brodhcad. of Delaware)
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Abner Bos-
ler, a son Fob. 24. Mother and child
are doing well.
T. B. Shay of MastHope.andMah-
lon Goblo, of Port Jorvis were "In
town Thursday on business.
Annette Lyman has oomo here
from New York to spend the winter
with her grandmother Mrs. M. V.
Tissot and attend Miss Olmateds
school for little girls.
Washington's birthday was gen
erally observed in Milford by clos
ing tho stores and offices.
William Reser will dispose of a
horso.a Jersey bull, a lot of chickens
and guinea fowls and farming im
plements, and household furniture,
potatoes and numerous other arti
cles by publio sale March 3, com
mencing at 10 a. m. on the farm '
now occupied by him in Shooopee.
The Ladies' Aid Bocioty of the
M. E. Church, of Milford will meet
at the house of Mrs. Jervis Gordon
on Thursday afternoon March 4th
at 3 p. m.
There were entered In the sev
eral offices in Pike county durine
the year 1895 S8 follows : 316 deeds,
101 mortgages, 207 judgments, 33
original writs, 2 sci fa snr mechs
liens, 5 transcripts, 7 appeals, 16 let
ters testamentary and 13 letters
In Honesdale the entire Repub
lican ticket was elected over the
Democratic and Independent Demo
cratic tickets by a large majority.
m t- i . . . .
fad. It is obtained by screwing the
face in divers shapes and then mas-
saging the putty, until it retains the
Blue will bo the proper caper
this summer. Whether it Is chosen
as a fitting emblem of the present
condition of things we do not know,
A huckster from Port Jervis,
enriched the Borough treasury this
week seven dollars. This is the li
cense fee for outside parties.
A. D. Brown and son have pur
chased the saw mill lumber, etc. of
H. H. Sanderson at Dingman's Ferry'
This firm will now be prepared to do
work at that place, furnish lumber '
for building, do custom sawing, and
supply all such materials as may be
in their line, at reasonable prices.
At a meeting of the Town Coun
cil held Friday evening Feb. 14 pre
liminary steps were taken to have
the Mott street bridge made a coun
Eastoniant Buy land Is Moire. Cessty. .
Frank C. Miller and Howard
Drake, of Easton, have purchased
1,320 acres of land at Tomkinville,
near Naomi Pines, Monroe county,
as a summer resort. The property
borders on the Naomi Pines Lake, an
artificial body of water about three '
miles long. A company,with a cap
ital stock of $40,000 will erect a
large hotel on tha premises, to be
known as Heidelberg Inn. The
tract of land contains several dwell
ing houses, a store building and an
excellent water power, which will be
used in furnishing electric light for
the new inn, for Mr. Miller's board
ing house at Naomi Pines and to
handle ice for the Fooono Spring
Water Ice Company. Easton Free
A new set of natural teeth, are?
pushing through the long smooth,
gums of 84-year-old Uncle Jack
Lawrence, of Uniontown, Pa.