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09 MILFORD. PIKE COUNTY. PA.. Fit I DAY. JULY 29. 11)10. VOL. XV. NO 42 1 11 .V30o BRIEF MENTION Within radius of thirty fivemiles of Ne York sMsjt chestnut trees hava died. The origin of the disease nd Its nature are not known lut the U. S. Government i sending ont for. rut expert to examine and report. There was a (treat slump in slocks in Wall 81 rect Tuesday. The gam biers lor some time bave had trouble In wiling to outsider so they took a hack at eaoh other. Keep away from the street and let stocks and railroad bonds severely alone ami some way is devised to put them through a wringer. Dry as It lr yon poor oountry devils cannot nf ford to bny water at the price Wal Street sella It. Air gnus In the handa of boys ma) be dangerous to public safety. Par ems and guardians should Interdict their use lu their families. The announcement of the engage ment of -Miss Myrtle Kyder am Lewis V. Gregory hus recently beei made. Mrs. Nelson O. Palmer and young son are passing a conple of weeks at Nantucket, It. I. where Elsie Molt lr a gotsr. The Ragot boys are building ai aeroplaiip at the Hermitage wit) which they expect to navigate thi air In this vicinity. The maobiui has a spread of 35 feet and so soon the engine, which has been ordered arrives it will be plaoed In poritioi and experiments made. Look om for the big bird some day. Milford Inn haa plaoed gasolim lamps on Fourth and Aun street which light np its surroundings very woll. Arthur C. McCarty of Milford ant! Jennie A. McGregor of Brooklyi were married last week by Rev. W N. Aokley of Ht Andrews church. Jacob C. Schorr Jr has gone tt Goshen to be employed in Ht Klmc Hotel. Mr. F. M. Buchland of West Hariioru, i., a aangmer 01 4 a Drake former postmaster here, is a guest at the home of O. M Blink. K. McClurg and family are guest at the Sawkilt House. David O. Brodhead of Delawan township entertained a company of bis children and grandohildreu last Sunday In honor of bis 8tith birth day. It is grand larceny now in New Turk state for any one to take out. use or operate an automobile without consent of the owner. The aot i alined at joy riding. The State Commissioners of Penn sylvania and New York examined 11 toll bridges between the states. About half the nomber are paying propositions and may have to be con damned if bought. We doubt bow ever f many bridges between tbt states would be hold to pay if the total cowl ol their original construc tion aud since isall considered. Man thousands of dollars have been swept way in bridges which the owners have totally lea'. It Is a rather curious fact that In old oounlriee the words are 00m posed iLoally of consonants and flin ts attributed to the fact that such words can be articulated with the mouth wholly or partially closed thus shutting out with the lips the biting cold when shaking. Natnn seems to adopt nnt things to ber ways. A West Point cadet recently was dismissed from the service because when caught chewing gum on parade be denied it. He waa afterwaid found to have lied, and that is one thing Uncle Sam will not stand for in the army. Bonnets n 1 de ol crepe paper and Duteh Hoods at a quaner each an innovationa which will be welooim d Ostrich plumes are made of paper, so nearly resembling the geonin. feather as not to be distinguished irom 1 lie real a lew teet. They are durable too as most summer ndili.i ery. We bear a sigh of relief from men if not from women. L J. Williams, of Sorantiai, 1 brother of Mrs. A. M. Mettler for merly of Milford, now of Port Jervls suffered the loss of nearly a quart ol blood last Sunday which wax trans- lurrvu to ma wile wno una nre.n an invalid for the past year. Phe is now expected to recover. The Milford nine will play tin Cuban tiiants to day and to morrow A note in a Midiih-tuwii, N. Y paper says John C Wallace of Mil turd has sold bis lot. on West Main bixaet in that oily to ti. T. Vaa tfckla. The Wi rasti'a Society of the Pres. brtPilan Church will hold Sale August 4th and 5th. 2t The hot, dry weather la affecting lawna and gardens In this vioinlty. In other sect Inns copious showers have relieved the Situation and In Buffalo 7 Inches of ruin fell In two boors. The weather report says last Mon day was the hottest day of the season. Most people thought Sun. day held the record but pcs-lbly they were somewhat inured to roasting and did not notioe it so much. Miss Kate Lee Harmon arrived lr Milford last Monday from Ecqoador where she has paseed several months Elmer Bodine was in New York a couple of days this week makirrf purchases for bis fruit and vegetahh market in which be is doing a good business. Two of the state constabulary are stationed here ; one pslroir to Matamnraa and the other to Ding rams Ferry. A Miller will bavea big Bnle li Masonic Hall Building on Ann atrae bslnw Broad, Milford, Pa, beginning Angust 1st. Mens, ladies and child rena furnishing goods and notions o' all kinds. Bargains in all. Silas Lord, whose skull was frac tured In a fight at Equinunk, Wayne county, July 14tb, died last Sunday. It will be a problem to determine whether he was killed by a blow from a pick or boa both of whicl were need on hb bead by dlfferen parties, the pink by Leon a Lord hi-uster-in law and a hoe by Satnue Reed. Milford won an exciting game lasi Saturday from the Yale Forest School by a score of ?-. It took li nnings to decide the contest. Bon Alfred Marvin and the othei jouioilssioners from this state am: me from New York state had a nar row 1 scape last Friday when tin auto in which they were riding wen over a bank aud turned turtle. 1 stalled on a bill and in putting 01 the emergoi'cy brake it broke am the machine ran back. Port Jervls baa offered throngl its Board of Trade a site, corner u Sussex and Hammond streets, for a Federal Building for $16,600 The directors of the Independent School District have decided to em ploy an assistant in the High Holmm and appointed Miss Bessie O. Arm strong to the position. This leaver a vacancy to be filled at the meeting August 1st. Ex Burgess of Milford P J. Oirard and daughters of Brookly n are visit ors in town. Robert Wilburs faml'y of Bel hie hem la occupying the house of Mrs T. Armstrong on Catharine Street. Miss Maggie Brina, who hat passed several moot ha at Hartford CI., is visiting h r father here. According to an estimate made by a close friend li H. Harriman left an estate of over nevenly-oiie million dollars. The body nf littls Adele Fellows 10 was drr scned in Brink a rift I below Milford July 19th, waa fonud last Friday lying on the point ol Nomonock Island at Cave Batk. IN oondition waa snob that it waa buried the same day in Milford Cenietiry. The bod ot Ernest U. Ualse , who was drowned near Burrill's rift last Friday July 19th, waa found within fifty feet of the place where he went down. Dynamite was used and it is thought that occasioned t to rise. It waa brought to Milford the same evening and next day waa akeu to Philadelphia for iutei merit 11 Laurel Hill Cemetery. Milford joorne) eo to Stroodsburg last Frhiay and crorsad hats with that clnb. liilloru lost 1-0. Johu Joimsou of Brooklyn, N. Y.. whose fittiH-.r liu.lt the stone po-t oitice buiUliaf. is visiting 111 town. TRESPASS NOTICE. The undersigned, having by pnr S i'h..A utnl l.katu u-i'iirM.! eniilnil nf I all the property surrounding Niche cmnk Lake, in Delaware townaop Pike Co. Pa., alt ersons are warned from Banting, Fishing, or 1'ivepaM iog thereon for any purpose whatao- ver under penslty of the act of as seiub:y approved April lllh. 19)& EDWARD M. WKSTHROOK. IIIKAM WEsTBRt K. For Sale or Rent (FURNISH Er) New hom-e on High Street. Six room and bath. tt. W. REED, Milltsrd, Pa. MEDICAL SOCIETY MEETS. The quarterly meeting of the Wayne County Medical Society was held Thursday, July 21, 1910, at the summer home of Dr. Geo. T ll-d inao, at Fairvlew Lake, Pike County Members in attendance were Doc tors W. A.Stevens. A. B rt-vins, E. O. Bang, 8. A. Bang, F. W. Cor son, A. J. Blmons, u. j. Mnneu, u. T. Itodman, R.' W. Brady, P. F Griffin. W. T. McCnnvill aud L B. Nielson. Also the following visit ors: Doctors J. M. wamngnr, a W. Smith, D. A. Webb, J. D Wil son, H. . Sinlth, ana H 1. rrrsins ofSoranton. D. B. Hand of Dalton. R. H. Ely and R. T. Wall of-Hawley About half the doctors were accoin psnied by their wives.' At ten thirty A. M. Presilent W. A. Stevens railed the meeting to or der. After routine business had been disposed of, Doctors J.ihn E. Bennett of Starrncca, Wayne County, and Frank Smith of Hhobola, Pike Conn ty, were unanimously, elected t membership, making a total activi bership of thirty two, tnotndlnp 3 Pike County phyitcians I)r, t3. T Rodman of Hawley was elected di le gate to the annual Convention of thi Medical Society of the State of Penn to be held at Pittsburg, Oct. 3 t Oct. 6 The subject for the 001 s deration of ti e meeting was ' Cancer." How we can help check the mor tality from cancer," waa the subject of a very able paper by Jonathan M Wainright M. D.. Surgeon in Cbiei to the D. L. and W. R. R and Chaii man of the Cancer Committee of thi State Medical Society. A genera dtscusstoj followed. This meeting was part f a move ment going on all over the State t try to cluck the present very hlgl mortality of cancer. The paper am discussion showed that the presen' mortality is due very largely to th. tact tbst a great part of the genera public hold very erroneous Ideas ciai- cernlng cancerous growths and it b believed that general instruction ot public concerntrg cancer will be a. useful In saving lives as a similar in struction has already proved in thi ease of tuberculosis. It was shown first of all at thi meeting that cancer Is a very preva lent disease, some tour or five ithous and pecple dying of it every year it Pennsylvania, aud in a number o districts In Penna , the death tali from oanoer is as high as that from tuberculosis. The most harmful Idea that I held by the people ia that oancer t n cessarily a hope'esa disease ai d that when au Individual affl ctet with It, tl ere is no use for any trea ment whatever. This idea was sir ink ly combated by all physicians pres ent and it was shown that if proper treatment ia begun early, cancer one of the most easily curable chron I diseases that there Is. It Is never a constitutional disease affecting tl whole body, bnt in its early stages it is always entirely local and confined to a few cells, and if these diseased oells are removed surgically the pa. tient, in a vast majority of oases, will be permanently cured. Of course if tbe patient delays seeking medical aid, the disease will alter a timt spread and Dually reach au incurabli stage, and the priucipal reason now w hy mi many people die of cancer because they are so prone to wait Jn til these latter incurable stages an reached. If these people bad applied to medioal men for treatment early while their disease was still local and rntiia y o rab e, their Uvea could probably bave been saved In marly all cases, oancer shows i sell in ample time for complete cure The ways iu which It .'hows Itself, e nrse differ In different portions of t bt.dy. One of the mosl frequei situations ol eanoer ia In the ureas I The trouble here first spars in th f rm of a small bard lump. Any - 1 person who notices suoh a lum should seek medical advice lat once, beueuse if it ia a oaucer. it ia very simple lo remove it while lit la still small and It will almost surely never come back. Cancer ia also oommon in the atom ach. Here It shows Itself in some form of indigestion or dyspeptic sytup ton. which are obstinate and do not yield to medicines. So tbat any one who has prolonged symptom of indi gent ion should immediately have their cause determined without wait tng until the trouble haa become too set loos to be relieved. Caaoar also appears sometimes oa ike akia ar aapodlcial iwoua branessuch aa the tip. Here it ap peara as-a little ulcer or wartlike swelling which will not heal up. One of the most ftvqoent sites 01 oancer ia the wni'ib. Any bleedinr. even if .but a single: or occasional stain on the underclothing, ocourii't fler the menopause or the deveoi - ment of a discharge at this time, it n alteration In the previous long ex ting discharge, is many times danger signal of cancer. To wall for severe bleeding, paiu, and losa 01 health is to allow the disease to pssr the curable stage. In all situations, cancer is nincl. more frequent in people over forty. so that if any of the above oonditioiu ppear in people beyond tbiB age, they are eapeoiallyHngerons, and ley especially call for early treai ment. The members of the medical soc ety believe that if people wonld nnl learn to heed danger signsls ss ir.di cated that death trim cancer shrub be comparatively rare. The great liSBculty heretofore has been tba owing to their timidity or their igno rance ot importance of early treat- nent, people have delayed until 1 condition, which at first waa quid imple and easily curable, has be mf too advanced for any treat rent whatever. No one should havi ny undue dread of cancer, provide that they recognize its presence earl) ml seek Immediate treatment. At about one P. M. the sclent ifi session gave place to the chicken (lit ler whiob had been prepared nndei lira. Rodman's skilled supervision, icd which wss served the doot r by fantastically dressed waiters at a long table out under thtk trees neai the lake. During dinner and thru ut the afternoon, a five piece archer ra added to the enjoyment of the oc caslon. M. Henrel was on hand tt photograph the paity for souvenirs. When the last of the tempting dlrher nad been disposed of, toast-master Brady required all present to. coi.tri bute their share to the afternoon's en lertainment. Later many further in vest 1 gated the beauties of the laki ny motor launch and rowboat, ami when finally the later afternoon brot he days outing to close, all present were agreed that never had they har more delightful day than that nade possible by the generous hoe Vitality of Lr, and Mrs. Rodman. The Society next meets at Hones dale, on September 15th, at which time Dr. Chaa. II. Miner, ot Wilkes Barre, a member of the medioal slat) of White Haven Sanitarium, will ad dress the Society upon the subject ol Tuberonluals.'' Miles Poinderter-Insurgent Arthur T. Hillman writes In Huhak Lire for August "Here Is what Representative Poindexter said about the breaoh between the insurgent and the regulars of the republican party: "There can be no backward step id progressive republicanism. It ohildiah to suppose that threats of withdrawal of patrouage or any op position will oause progressive repul licaos to abandon prlnoiplea tbat they have adopted after mature del lb eratiin. The fight for the reorganization of the House upon a representative basis ia not over ; it will go on uutll it la crowned with complete success I do not recognize the few beuefluiar ies of the tory organization In Con gresa aa dictators of the republican party or its polioies. The Ballinger-Pinchot controver sy ia merely an incident of a much deeper issue. Mr. Plnchot, more than any other man In the country stands fur certain policies of conser vation of natural resouroea for the benefit of all the people. These po ioiea were adopted and established 1 tlie teueta of the republican par1 by Theodore Roosevelt. Mr. Can oon and many of bis intimate polit cal advisers declared themselves aa opposed to those doctrines. The chief offloials of the interior depart ment and of the general land office publioly and privately ridiouled and o; p ed the Plnohot regime. "I am for Mr. Pincbot and the pol idea be represents. 1 am for Kooae velt, and hop and expect to n blm again President of the United States, to guard and preserve the rights of th people." Bcxts Lire Plblwhinu Co Boston. WANTED! 84.LESMEN to represent ns lp the aale of our High tirade Uooda Don't daisy, apply at onoa. Steady employment ; liberal terma. Exper enoa not necessary. ALLKN NURSERY CO. N. T. vVHAT IS WHITE OAK? It will sarprlsn most persons w ho now something about oak to be lold that the so-called white oak timber sir markets is rfteti a mixture not inly of various species of the white k gronp but also of other speeies. such as the red oak. This generally known fact is reported by the L. Department of Agriculture, w hich a part of its forestry work, is f re- jueully culled upon to pass judgment aptm the ideniiy of market woods in spute. Forvslera divide all the oaks Into two distinct groups the white oak roup and the black oak group. One ay of distinguishing tba two Is by im fact that the black oaks require two yea is to mature their acorns. bi!e the white oaks take but one. be woods ot Hie two groups of oakf re also structurally different. The rn white oak, known to botanist is li lercus aiba, is meieiy one of tl e ptcies whnh make up the whitt Hik group. Bed oak, on the othei and, belongs to the black oak groti) ied oak has a number of other com uon names, among them inountaii ak, black oak, and Spanish oak. There is so much confusion in tin rdinary use of uamts of the oaks hat it is almost impossible to kee) 'hem straight without resorting tt the scie ntific names, but the market ing of wood of the black oak gtouf s white oak Is hcrd.y fair to the cut sumer. Red oak, for instance, ir low much more abundant thai vhile oak, grows faster, and is genet lly regarded as li f. rior. The twi ipeoies often grow together and occn ly the same general region. In the early days of its abundance. Market white oak waa derived al uost entirely, it is safe to say, frou iuercu abn, the true white oak I'his species combines approximately he utmost strength and toghuners 01 my of the timber oaks, excep'iny osribly the southern live oak, which n the colonial days was so blgbl) irized for shipbuilding that it w- irotected by special laws. The im nenae iurouds made upon the thet pparently inexhaustible white oak fores' s, which strttched from the At- anllo sealaiard to about Missouri, gradually so reduced the supply that he use of other species beaame inevi table; At the present time it is almost Im oossihle to obtain a consignment of white oak that does not contain pieces of some other secies. Of th hite oak group those moat nsed, it iddilion to the true white oak, an our oak, chestnut oak, chinquapin ak, post oak, swamp white oak, cow oak and overcup oak : of tbt hlack oak group, Texas red oak, rea Nik, and spotted or water oak. Real white oak timber of numbei me quality ia very largely cut Inti marter sawed boards , wbile a com bination of one or more white oakr tnd red oak may constitute othei cuts of "w hite oak.'' In many mar keta the term "cabinet white oak' is now understood to include a mix ture of white oak and red oak, while it often signifies red oak only. The question "What is white oftk?" ia now coming np among con jumers and manufacturer of e. mmei olal oak timber. The above-named white oaks era distinct but closel) related species, which together must be depended upon for our future supply. For the ordinary purpose. for which true white oak is used practically all the trees of this grou yield woods that can be interchanged and will serve equally well. In our oflioe floor white oak and red oak' were laid side by side an those w ho think themselves expeits in lumber can test their judgment by an Inspection. Tons of Tree Seed Tne U. S. Department of Agricul ture la using this year in tee Nation, al Forests over ten tons of tree seed The number of seeds in ten tons hardly oonoolvable. when it ia said that Jack pine seeds average about 125,000 to the pound. The Ua tons probably represent three hundred million single seeds. If all seeds plsnted grew this would stock larga area hut a large percentage of seeds 00 not germinate and of those tbat do many die before leaving tl nursery beds and many are lost I transportation. The ooat of gather ing the seed varies from thirty-five cents to a dollar a pound. It is col lected in the fall months where lum bering is in progress. It Is some, times ga tbt red from the standing trees but this is a slow and expensive method. jVSabeerib tor tbe Proas. NOTES FROM SANDYSTON The village of Layton had the easure of attending a show lr Orango Ball every night this week. Medicines were a big factor in tht how. The Inswtor is named for tl e Layton road and the appointed ia at bashful that his sponsor looked wisi and said nothing. Harvest and bay is well along it this valley, and if the weatbei should remain good, a few days will finish it. Beginning nt the stole of L. T. Smith the contractors on the Tutllet road have made great progress. Tin road is tilled with crushed stone al most to (ho residence of Dr. E. W ones. One difficulty Is getting tin 9tones to the crusher. Sometimes i' takes live or six men to keep it going. The Hoard of Assessors have 1 funny w ay of assessing Bank Stocl n Sussex. The two New ten banks las solid a my in N. J.,) aie assessed at 1 1 am H per i-liHie and the Ilauiturg haul stock is not assessed at all. The Assessors do not neglect thi furuierg in that way, for there an ustances where the assessment V II the farm will bring The othei banks i f the county are assessed ii the same ratio. When it becomei generally known how cheap bai 1 stock is, everybody will want soini f they ran raise the cash, and br. t the assessed valuation. The Fresh Air Work The New York Tribune is doiag a great work for the poor childien 01 that oity by providing a fresh aii fund to send aa many as possible tc the country. It asks all. who rre willing to aid the good cause by hoarding one or more of the children for a couple ot weeks to send theii names to Rev. John B. Nevins D. D in care if The Tribune. It has madi provision for 4000 obildren this yesi to be sent to its homes but it wantt to send c ut 0000 mora and the ques tion whither it can depends on tht willingness nf bospitsble and charitd ble people to take children in theii homes for nsbort time. No expentt beyond the board la required. The fribnne pays the fare, and sends tbt children out iu a neat and clean 001 dition. People in tho country may think their children suffer from the beat, but could they visit a oit tenement district this weather and see the crowded condition of small rooms where a breath of fresh nil never enters and see children wbi never have visited the green fie'dr and woodland of tbe country, tbc would realize more forcibly wbatai outing of a couple uf weeks means t the distressed little mortals. Honui Mann said lhat a building would ti worth its oosl if it was f 10,000 il i laved one boy, and if that boy or girl was yours would you hesitate at tb sum. A short vacation In your boroi might save some .ohild though yoci house is worth far less than thul amount. An Old Map An old map of Milford in t! e County of Wayne shows lhat ti e road at that time crossed theSawk near its mouth aud that a saw 111 I stood about in front of the old L Clere house ou the river bank. Is rael Wells hsd a shwmill near when Stroble9 mill stands. Buchanan hi.d a tavern across the creek Iu trout i f Metz house, tho house now occupies by JBuist waa called Trrreys hous and a house 011 the ' 10 ot the Dr De Plasre cottugd- wi called Jensons bouse. There was a tavern wbe e Brookside Villa atanda. There aie eleven dwelling noted, four saw mills ami three grist mills on the town plot. The map waa made prior to le03. Auto Reciprocity State Commissioner Smith ot New Jersey bas written .J W- Hunter the road commissioner of this state tn regard to tbe reciprocity between the states In running automobiles. He thinks the courtesy should be ex teudel to New Jersey though thut state ubi.rgea a fee for a nonresident. He intimate tbat unless the privil ege is extended he may tie impelled to exercise bia prerogative and re frain irom issuing licenses to resi- dents of this state. He points to the suany nines of good roads they bave iu proportion to the miles iu this state aud their freedom from toll roads and thinks that should ooui asate for the small fee obargad. The Summer Boarders There Is general complaint in this and near by sectiors that the city hoarder Is not disporting himself in numbers as large ss usual. Various reasons are assigned for the delin quency among them tbat the auto mobile has captured many, not alone the persons but their pockets and nstend of quietly settling down in some favored spot they are kicking up a dust throughout the country, jprending tlmir dollars over More territory, perham not so many on ard and clothes because some must go for cost and upkeep of the ma hlno. If this reason is tho true one then with the probable cheapening cf nachines in the futur and the de velopment of freedom from restric tions and the pleasure of sight seeing u the country coming sea sons way find more people enjoying their vacations by making trips in antos. Tue cenucstered hook and sbadr g'en will give way to the rosh over the roads and the varied scenery along them. Times change and we oliangu with them and there is con duit necessity that we adjust our selves to new conditions. One of hem might be to induce city pooplo to become cottage owners here and make this Ihe central point of their dxcursions. A geod live real estate gent might be a blessing to the town. WORKS 24 HOURS A DAY The busiest little things ever made are Dr. King's New Idfe Pills. Every pill is a sugar-coated globule of health, that changes weakuess into strength, languor, into energy, brain-fag into mental power; curing - Constipation, Headache, Chills, Dyspepsia, Malaria. 25c. at all druggists. Your First Job Manv recent graduates of colleges and normal schools are either seek ing, or have just secured a position, aud their future will largely depend on bow tbey apply themselves ' 0 keep it. The opportunities for ad vancement are just as good aa ever, hut more intelligence and application is required. Don't watch the clot k too olesely, put the mind on the work and try aud make a success of what you can do. Tbe pay accord ing to your idea may not be snQlio- ieut foi your capacity, but 11 so your employer will soon make the discov ery and you will be paid according to your worth to blm. That Is the point for you to consider. A New Disease Infantile paralysis prevails in some parts of this state. It is a mysteri ous disease atiecting children and oa files the skill of physioiaus both as to its cause and treatment. It is oousidered infectious and tbe state department of health is making strenuous efforts to determine the reasons for its appearance and tbe proper remedy to be applied. Sev eral deaths are reported from it and those who partially recover are left in an enfeebled and crippled condi tion. NAPOLEON'S GRIT waa of the unconquerable, never-say-die kind, the kind that you need most wbeu you have a bad cold, cough or lung disease. Suppose troches, oough syrujis, cod liver oil or doctors have all failed .don't lose heart or hope Take Dr. King's New Discoveiy. Sat isfaction is guaranteed when used for any throat or lung trouble. It baa saved thousands of hopeless suffers. It masters stupborn colds, obstinate coughs, hemorrhages, lagrlppe, asihiua bay fever and hooping cough and is the most safe aud cerium remedy for al) bronchial affections. AOc. and fl. Trial bottle free at all druggiuta. WANTED! Farm with gor.d apple onbard, brook, unfailing spring, moderate price. Hoffman, aoG W. 11 a, New York Real Estate Transfers. John Watrous to I'eter W. Hob day. Interest in 75 acres Isaac Jones, Blooming drove s0. Charles J. Uatten to same, 1-0 aores Blooming Grove part of Hen ry Burnet 114. E. L. Parka to B. M. Small, Lot In Lincoln Park Weetfall. John Vogt to John Vogt Jr, i') acres Sbohola, part of Jacob L'tt Stella SHU to Roland Mumford, 17 acres Shohola. Com wealth to Pike Co. Light and Power Co. of Matamcras, charter. Com wealth to Tike Co. Gas Corn pan Mataiuoras. charter. P. N. Bouruique ex of II. . B. Wells to Sylvan Klopmau. Lota 214, 215, Milford Boro, $3600. Prem ises now occupied by PhUip Hathaway. 1 B.