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WHITB MILLS. ,
ArniL 21st. On April 16th I wrote
an article on how to raise lettuce. I will
eay that too much care cannot be taken
in the undertaking.
When the plants are well up cultivate
them often to keep the ground from be
coming hard. It is not sufficient in the
culture of lettuce to use a hoe, but you
must get down to business by using
your lingers to loosen the soil around
the stem of the plant and thus give it
plenty of room to expand and grow.
This should be done at least once a
week before the plantscovcr the ground.
Keep the soil up close to the under side
of the plant as this w ill keep it in an up
right position and help towards forming
a perfect head. When lettuce is fit to
cut for private use, it will be necessary
to keep a close watch of the bed so that
it does not 6poil and become unlit for
the table. It you observe any of the
seed stems raising in the centre of the
head cut it at once. The best time to
gather the heads is on a rainy day, but
sometimes we do not get much rain;
then cut it early in the morning before
the sun geta too hot. If you do not be
lieve that, the time of cutting is impor
rant' try for yourself and be convinced.
Gathering vegetables is far more impor
tant, than raising them and should be
given careful consideration. Many a
man has planted and raised a good
garden of vegetables and failed to gather
them at the right time to retain their
flavor. Peas, beans, radishes, corn
and asparagus are easily .affected by
twenty-four hours' neglect.
John Tuman Jr., is again at his work.
August Guisler died at his homo on
Sunday morning from a complication
The Republican Club will hold their
regular meeting on Friday, April 23d.
The topic under consideration will be
"How shall we combine with other dls
Geo. Kimble smashed one of his fin
gers last week, but he stated that be
couldn't kick ns it was done with a He
Joseph Fish has just returned home,
after spending some time in Port Jervis
learning the care and management of
C. H. Dorllinger is expecting his new
machine every day.
The temperance sermon which was de
livered by John Tuttlc in the M. E
church on Sunday was well attended.
The Sons of Temperance were repre
sented in a body.
Solomon Markle and Fred. Mittnu did
not have very good luck trout fishing at
the opening of the season.
It has been a practice for somo time
for young people both in and out of
town ati a late hour on Saturday even.
ngs when leaving the ballroom to make
a whole lot of unnecessary noise. Prob
ably you may not be disturbing the well
but the next time before you give a yell,
just think about the aged and afflicted
I have been requested to kindly ask this
as a favor.
April 20. Rev. Empleton preach
ed his first sermon last Sunday
evening and there was a good at
The Blck are all getting better
except a very aged man, John D.
Bally, who Is quite seriously ill.
It Is with a feeling of sadness
that we noto the sudden death of
H. N. Farley, who was a highly re
spected business man of Equlnunk.
He leaves one son to mourn bis
loss, his wife having died In the
Mrs. Alary White is spending this
week with her three daughters In
D. M. Stalker and son, Clyde,
made a trip to Honesdale the first
of the week, stopping over night
with Sheriff M. L. Braman.
Mr. and Mrs. Orvlllo Kays visited
the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Kays, recently.
Fred Hinaman, of Port Jervis,
was calling on friends the first of
Aritir. 21st. Rev. Charles Moon has
gone to Kingston to attend the Presby
tcry this week.
Mr. Kverets, of Stroudsburg, is visit'
ing his daughter, Mrs. Moon. He ex
pcta to stay about two weeks,
Fred. Conrad has the grip.
Our school closed last week.
Miss May Smith, of Blnglmmton, is
visiting friends. here,
A very pleasant gathering was held
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. II
Smith, last Saturday, it being Mr. Smith'
70th birthday. Those present were as
follows : Rov. and Mrs. Chas. Moon
Mr. Evoreta, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Smith
Miss May and Fred. Smith, of Bingham
ton ; Mr. and Mrs. L. A, Curtis and son
Howard, and Lucius Smith, of Deposit
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Smith, Mr, and Mrs
George Arneko, Mr. and Mrs, W. 0
-About the County.
Curtis, and son, Walter, Mrs. Emma
Carl, Mrs. J. Warner, and Mr. and Mrs.
B. W. Raymond. The time was very
pleasantly spent by singing and a few
brief remarks by different ones present.
Rev. Mr. Moon made some very appro
priate remarks, and closed with a prayer;
all wishing Mr. and Mrs. Smith many
happy returns of the day.
ALEXANDRIA AT IIOME..
Simply Evcrydny Life of tho Queen
of England A Great Letter Writer.
Fow peoplo can realize the com
parative simplicity of tho everyday
life of Queen Alexandria, especially
when In Scotland or at Sandrlng-
hani. Whllo In Norfolk the Queen
spends much of her tlmo In tho open
nlr, walking, driving and doing
short expeditions in her motor car.
After breakfast sho and one or
more of the several ladles who may
be staying In tho house make an
expedition to kennels, stables and
poultry yard to feed and Interview
tho favqrlte dogs, horses and poul
try of tho establishment. In the af
ternoon a drive Is arranged, and the
evenings pass cheerily with music,
cards and conversation. Dinner at
Sandrlngbam Is always at 8:45.
It may be mentioned that the roy
al servants' liveries have a quaint,
old world appearance and are dif
ferent In cut to those seen else
where. The coats are scarlet, made
In the swallowtail style, with dark
blue waistcoats edged by narow gold
braid. The men wear no collars,
but have gold stocks; and white sat
in breeches and white silk stockings
completo their stately costume. All
the royal men servants are over six
feet in height.
The Queen is an indefatigable let
ter writer. She has been known to
write as many as forty letters In
oho day with her own hand; and
Miss Knollys, her lady In waiting,
often would get through a hundred,
all written under the Queen's per
sonal supervision. Queen Alexan
dria's note paper is cream colored
and rather rough, with the royal
crown and address In dark blue and
of the simplest design.
During the shooting season the
Queen sends a groat deal of game
to her own particular friends, and
the hampers aro labelled "With the
Queen's compliments." At Christ
mas time she often presents her in
timates with a signed photograph of
herself In a silver frame. Queen
Alexandria Is a keen photographer
and has transferred some of her
photographs onto china.
A USEFUL PINCUSHION.
Fastens on Sewing Mnclilne nnd Is
at Hand When Needed.
At first elanco the nlncushlon in
vented by a Tennessee man does not
appear to be a very Important addi
tion to the thousands of labor ana
tlmo saving devices, but second
thought will show that it has Its uses
A USEFUL PINCUSHION,
and that they are not so Insignificant
cfter all. It U a horseshoe-shaped
uffair, with a bowed, clamping spring
arranged inside, and it fastens on
the arm of a sewing machine when
over It is needed. The operator can
thus have a cushion full of pins right
at her hand, where sho can get them
without stopping the machine or de
laying her work for an Instant. On
ly a woman who does a great deal
of sewing can appreciate the time
and trouble that will be saved by this
little device. Wash. Btar.
Eagle Seizes a Child.
Montgomery, Ala. A bald eagle
measuring seven feet from Up to tip
swooped down near a cottago in Coo
sadn, ten miles from Montgomery, oc
cuplod by a negro named Sephua
Brown, and attempted to fly away with
his three-year-old daughter Johanna.
Both parents rushed after the bird.
As they threw thomsolvos crying upon
their knees the eagle dropped Its bur
den into a bin full of cottonseed. They
believe that the child owes Its escape
to a horse shoe, clutched In' Its bands,
with wfcloh It was playing.. They
nailed the shoe in the negro Baptist
Churoh In Coosadt.
This ! the Ant eigle teen In Ala.
bama tor fifty yean.
JAP WOMEN'S IDEA
AMERICANS ARE ACCUSED OF
THE HABIT OF DISCONTENT.
When a Woman Is Well Cared For
In General Sho Feels More Keenly
a Little Neglect on Occasions.
By Baroness Goto, of Japan.
In American homes the mistress
apparently receives tho first consid
eration. Therefore one would think
that American women are very hap
py. But in reality they are, It seems
to me, In a rather unhappy, discon
tented condition. If one takes de
licious food all the time one does
not appreciate it,' and, In the same
way, when a woman Is cared for
cannot appreciate It as she ought,
and feels constantly discontented
with her lot. When a woman Is
very well taken caro of In general
she feels keenly even a little neglect
This comment seems Justified by tho
fact that in America, where women
receive first consideration, there aro
more cases of divorce than anywhero
else in tho world.
It is easy to theorize about do
mestic life, but in reality domestic
life Is a very complicated matter,
and one requiring great caro and
Judgment. From nature, or habit,
man opposes the suggestion of wo
man. Accordingly, in order to bring
a man to any desired point of view,
a woman must have the tact not to
express herself too openly. So, also,
It Is not well to scold and criticise
too much, for this makes children
scorn and contradict their mothers.
A mother must acquaint herself
widely with the world and with the
dispositions and individualities of
to their highest usefulness.
Domestic wellbeing Is entirely in
the power of the wife. If one man
Is strong enough to bend the will
of the ruler, the country Is safe
so runs the old Chinese Baying; in
like manner in the home the wife
takes the place of that one man.
It Is different with those women
whose responsibility reaches beyond
the home, but with those who are
only wives and mothers the Ideal Is
to shield themselves behind the hus
band's name and not be known bo
fore the world. If a girl marries
with this Ideal her home will always
be In peace. It Is Instinctive for a
good wife and wise mother not to
wish to be known publicly.
Comentlng upon the above the
editor of a paper of Toklo, says.
"In proportion to the fame of
Baron Goto the name of Baroness
Gbto Is not well known to the world.
Baroness Goto does not seek public
ity; on the contrary, she carefully
keeps her seclusion as housewife and
mother. That which is especially
remarkable in her character is her
total lack of vanity and her para
mount ideal of duty as wlfo and
responsibility as mother.
"Baron Shlnpel Goto, who has af
forded to his wife tho widest oppor
tunities of culture and travel is one
of the leading men In Japan's na
tional life to-day. Since tho Russo
Japanese War ho has held the- Im
portant position of president of the
Manchurlan Railway system, and
has now been placed at the head of
tho railway and postal systems of
Japan under the new Katsura min
istry." Pretend They Aro Popular.
It being a holiday the blundering
man made calls with his wife. The
first place they went the hostess
said: "Julia Is engaged."
"Is she, indfcwd?" said the man's
wife radiantly. "Which one did she
The next place they were informed
that Margaret was engaged, and
again the man's wife beamed sym.
pathetically and murmured?" "Is
she, indeed? Which one did she ac
cept?" At the third place it was
the news of Bessie's engagement that
was broken to them. As before, the
man's wife put tho question: "Which
ono did she finally take?" On their
way home the man said: "Why did
you ask 'which one' every time a new
engagement was sprung on us? Are
those girls so attractive that men
were falling over each other in the
scramble to get them for their
wives?" "Not at all," said his wife.
"I don't uppose either of them ever
had but one offer, and it is a won.
der she got that. I shouldn't be sur
prised if the men back out even now
before the wedding day. But you
see, dear, I had to be diplomatic.
Those people can do me many favors
Tho surest way to make myself solid
with them is to pretend to think
their girls so popular that every
man in town was crazy to marry
them." "With my opportunities
downtown," groaned the man, "If
I had your genius we'd be million
aires Inside of six months."
In laying linoleum on the floor' of
a room, care should be taken to elml
inate as much tacking as possible,
Around edges of room It should be
cut so as not to touch, that It may
have room in which to spread. Con
stant treading upon it has a tendon
cy to spread It and if It baa no room
it will bulge out In spots In the mid
die of the room. 1
Feara make quite aj good dump
itngs as apples, when covered 'with
a biscuit crust and baked, or they
may be served ai' fritters '4y being
dipped In butter and frltd In dtep
Grant of Higher Education to Wo
men Marks Deep Chaace
In German Llfo.
German homes and German news
papers have been far more occupied
with the Prussian's Governmet's de
cree granting higher education to
the women than by discussions on
German and British navul arma
ments. The granting of educational
opportunities for girls and women
equal to those of men Is regarded as
marking a deep change in German
life, where, more than in more west
ern nations, women have been con
sidered as the keepers of the home
and the workers in the minor indus
tries. The Introductory paragraphs of
the decree of the Ministry of Edu
cation, which has been approved by
the Emperor, recite the reasons fpr
the change in the system. Modern
life, says the decree, develops an
increasing disinclination on the part
of men of the upper classes to mar
ry, and more girls In tho upper and
middle classes are prevented from
becoming wives and mothers. It is
desirable, therefore, that the sur
plus of young women should have
a chance of preparing themselves
for professional callings, and that
they should bo trained in the higher
According to tho schema, girls are
to be educated In all studies em
braced in a specially arranged cur
riculum, beginning at a minimum
ago of six years. At the end of tho
seventh school year the pupils will
begin to differentiate in their stud
ies, those preparing for advanced in
struction having special courses laid
out for them, such as Latin. After
two years they will again be arrang
ed in divisions, classical or modern
higher studies respectively. Then
after four years' work they will, un
der normal conditions, be admitted
to examinations for matriculation to
Up to this time their education
will have been carried on in separ
ate schools, but in the unlveslty co
education will begin under condi
tions similar to those governing men
students. Those who at the end of
the seventh school year do not elect
to specialize for a university course
may continue the ordinary courses
until they reach the age of 16, after
which they may leave school or take
two years in modern languages, mu
sic and domestic accomplishments,
or they may take four years' special
training as teachers.
This scheme has been under dis
cussion and preparation for a year.
There has been an agitation for
equal privileges for the sexes since
the early eighties, and most of tho
other German States have already
Frau Heleno Langc, the noted ed
ucationalist, has been a leading ad-
vocate of this intellectual emanclpa.
tlon. Prof. Adolf Harnack of tho
University of Berlin said that wo
men now have equal rights with
men to enter all the technical
schools, with the exception of the
art academies, and that this prohi
bition is likely soon to be removed.
A CELLAR CUPBOAKD.
Arrangement by Which Running Up
nnd Downstairs Ih Avoided.
To secure tho advantages of a cel
lar cupboard without the necessity of
climbing up and down the cellar
stairs, sink a box of any desired di
mensions between the joists of tho
kitchen or pantry floor, allowing it
to come a couple of inches above the
THE CELLAR CUPBOARD,
floor line C., to avoid the entrance of
dust from the floor, says the Prairie
Farm. Slats are nailed across the
bottom of the box, which are then
covered with wire netting to prevent
flies and mice from reaching the con.
tents, as Indicated at B. A hinged
cover, A, protects the top of the box.
For Planking Meats.
Dishes for planking steaks and
other meats are offered in oak with
nickel or silver coverings. Hereto
fore the housewife encountered no
small difficulty In her effort to serve
planked dishes attor tho fashion of
restaurants, but now she has every
thing ready to use, and with a re
liable recipe book sho can prepare
dishes every bit as delicious as the
majority of hotel chefs. The plat
ters come In several sizes, ranging
from an oval juBt large enough for
two persons to tho generous family
platter. Some of the nickel holders
are quite plain, while others are em
bellished with openwork and tracery.
For Removing Dandruff.
Every night anoint the scalp with
sweet almond oil. Rub it in and
bind the head with a silk handker
chief or an oilskin cap. This will
prevent its staining the pillow. In
the morning wash It out with soap,
warm water and a little borax. Do
this until the scurf has disappeared.
Then at night apply the following
tonic with a vigorous scalp mas
sage: Castor oil, .pint; pure al
cohol, y, pint; tincture of canthar
Ides, H, ounce; ,0.11 ot .bergamot, 2
drams. Color a pale pink with al
bas ot roots. Apply to the roots.
FIXAJfOIAL AND C0HKES0IAL.
Closing Stock Quotation.
Money on call wa 1 per cent: time
mony and mercantile paper unchanged
In rates. Cloilntr prices of stocks were:
Amal. Copper.., 7tH Norf. ft West... KH
Atchison Northwestern ..ItO
B. & O 114 Perm. It. R,.,...ltt
Brooklyn H. T... 7H Reading ;.lttU'
Ches. &Ohlo.... 7614 Rock Inland..... SH
C. ,C.,C.&8t.U. 7Jti St. Paul 1A
d. ft II... t lszft southern i'oc..AlH
Erie 31 Southern Ry.."r
Gen. Electric.... lWt South. Ry, pfi., (7
in. uentrai ougar
Ink-Met 16H Texaa Pacific... 88
Louis. & Nash... 1M Union Pacifier'..
Manhattan 144 U. S. Steel 6174
Missouri Pac... 74 V U. S. Steel pf...U4
N. T- Central. ...12914 West. Union.... C0
WHEAT Firm and 2'cent hither: con
tract grade, Sl.39al.41.
CORN-Flrra; April, 77a77Hc.
OATS Firm: No. 2. white, natural. Cla
BUTTER Steady ; receipts. 7JK0 pack
ages: creamery, specials, 28a28a (official
28c); extras, 27a27M,a; thirds to flrsta, 2SU.
state dairy, common to choice, ItaSc.;
process, common to special, 17a23c; west
ern, factory, 17al9e.
CHEESE Firm; receipts, 1,724 boxes:
state, old, full cream, special, 10al7c;
small, fancy, lDic; large, fancy, lc.;
good to fine, lGVic; new, colored, fair to
line, 13alDc; white, ralr to nne, iZHaltVic
ECJGS Firm: receipts. 31,123 coses:
state, Pennsylvania and nearby, fancy,
selected, wlilR, 24c; fair to choice, 23a
23Hc; brown nnd mixed, fancy, 23Hc;
fair to choice, 22a23c; western, firsts, 22a
22',ic ; storage packed, 23c; seconds, 0a
POTATOES-Weak: domestic, old, In
bulk, per ISO lbs, $2.7fa3; per bbl. or bag,
J2.50n2.75; European, old, per 168 lb. bag,
$2.1Ea2.40; Bermuda, new, per bbl. J3a4.75;
Florida, new, per bbl., $2a4.50;sveet, per
LIVE POULTRY - Quiet; chickens,
Drollers, per lb., 23a33c; fowls, ICalCc.;
old roosters, llallHc; ducks, 15c; geese,
DRESSED POULTRY Firm; broilers,
nearby, fancy, squab, per pair, 60a90c;
3 lbs. to pair, per lb., 45aEOc; fowls, bar
rels, lSVic; old roosters, 12c; spring
ducks, nearby, 2Ca23c; squabs, white, per
doz., J2a4.25; frozen turkeys, " 1, per
lb., 23a25c; broilers, milk fed, lancy, 2ta
25c; corn fed, fancy, 21a23c; roasting
chickens, milk fed, 23a25c; corn fed, 17a
20c; fowls. No. 1, lBaloHc; old roosters,
12c; ducks, No. 1, 17alSc; geese. No. 1,
Results of Gamos Played In the Na
tional and American Leagues.
At Cincinnati St. Louis, 9; Cincinnati, 6.
Batteries Rhoades, Beebe and Bresna
han; Karger, Dubuc, Ragon, Gasper,
Roth and McLean.
Philadelphia - Boston game postponed.
Wet ground. No other games scheduled.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
W. V. P.O. W. Ij. p.c.
Boston.... 4 1 .800 Brooklyn. 3 3 .400
Cincinnati 5 2 .714 Chicago... 2 3 .400
New York 2 2 .500 Pittsburg. 2 3 .400
St. Louis. 3 4 .429 Phila'phla.1 3 .250
At Boston Boston, G; Philadelphia, 2.
Batteries Chech and Spencer; Plank and
All other games postponed. Wet grounds.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
W. L. P.C. W. L. P.C.
Detroit.... 5 1 .833 St. Louis. 2 3 .400
New York 4 2 .007 Phlla'phlo, 2 4 .333
Boston.... 4 2 .000 Wash'ton. 2 4 .333
Cleveland. 3 3 .500 Chicago...! 4 .200
ANOTHER OUTING FOR MORSE.
Taken From Tombs to Testify In $50,-
New York, April 22. Charles W.
Morse, convicted bunker, was taken
from the Tombs to the United States
circuit court quite unexpectedly by
Mnrshnl Ilenkel nnd was before Judge
Hough for about fifteen minutes as a
witness. Then ho was taken back to
the Tombs In his auto.
Ho was u witness In the case brought
by the Mercantile National bank
ngalnst Charles W. Barron to recover
$50,000 on n promissory note ninde by
Barron nnd Indorsed by Morse.
L. B. POWELL & CO.
138 Washington Ave., SCRANTON, PA.
EXCLUSIVE AOKNT, FOU THIS TERRITORY
MASON & HAMLIN
IVERS & POND -SHONINGER
Expert PIANO TUNING nnd REPAIRING nt
H. O. HAND. President.
W. B. HOLMES, Vice Pres.
We want you to understand tho reasons for the ABSOLUTE SECURITY
of this Bank,
WAYNE COUNTY SAVINGS BANK
HAS A CAPITAL OP ,J '- - $100,000.00
AND SURPLUS AND PROFITS OP - 855,000.00.
MAKING- ALTOGETHER - - 455,000.00
EVERY DOLLAR of which must bo lost before any depositor can loseaPKWNY
It has conducted a growing and successful business for over 35 yean, serving
an increasing number of customers with fidelity and satisfaction.
IU cash funds are protected by MODERN STEEL VAULTS.
All of these things, coupled with cwservAtlve management. Insured
by the OAlllllUL l'KHBONAt ATTKNTION constantly -liven the
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H WILSON, , N
. ATTORNEY COtllfHEtn-AT,-tAW
.Office, Masonic building, te&rad Doer
Honesdale. Pa. .
WM. H. LEE, . "
ATTORNEY A COUNBEL6b-AT-I,AW.
Office over post office. All1 Jottl, business
promptfyattended to. nonosdale, Xa.
. TUtTOJINEY A COONBELon-AT.t.AW.
tJ0raffe'lb,(rtyItaI., building, opposite tke
Post Office. Honesdale, Pa.
""ATTORNEY A COUNBELOR-Atf-IAW.
OfUco over Keif's store. Honesdale', Pa. '
A T. SEARLE, Av
Cl. ATTORNEY A COuNfiBISAT-l,ATV.
Office near Court House HoneadalevPa.
OL". ROWLAND, '7 . -t -ATTORNEY
Office over Post Office, Honesdale Pit.
CHARLES A. McOAKTX' - ,
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW.
Special and prompt attention given to the
collection of claims. Office over Relf's new
store, Honesdale. Pa.
. ATTORNEY A COliNBELpB-At-LAWj
OHlco over the nost office Honesdale. Po.
. ATTORNEY A COUNBELOR-AT-IjAW,
Oilice in tho CourtjIIouse, Honesdale,
ATTORNEY A C0UNSEL0R-4T-I.AW.
Patents and pensions secured. Office In the
Schucrholz building Honesdale. Pa.
PETER II. ILOFF,
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LA IV.
Office-Second floor old Savings Bank
building. Honesdale, Pa.
. ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW
Office Next door to post office. Formerl
occupied by V. It. Dlmmlck. Honesdale. Pa
DR. E. T. BROWN,
Office First floor, Otd SaylugsiBank build
ing, Honesdale. Pa.
DR. H. B. SEARLES,
Office and Iresldenbe 1116 Church street
Telephones. Office Hours-Z:00 to 4:00 and
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION,
SARAH A. GROMMCH,
late of thelownsbtp of Lake, Pa.
All persons Indebted to said estate arc notl
flcdtomako Immediate. payment .to theun
dcrslgncd ; and those haying claims against
tho said estate aro notified fo present them
duly attested for settlement.
J. II..GROMMCH. Administrator.
Ariel. Pa.,:April 12, 1909. 30
Estate of: MARIA HUFTELN.
Latbof. Preston, deceased.
The undurslgned, an Auditor appointed to I
report distribution orsald estatcwlll attend
the duties of his nppolntment, on
TUKSDAY. MAY 18. 1908.
at 10 o'clock a. in., at his office In the borough
of Honesdale, nt which time nnd place all
claims asalnst suld estate must be presented,
or recourse to the fund for distribution will
be lost. ). U ROWLAND, Auditor.
Honesdale, Pa., April 20, 1909. ;
WAYNE COUNTY SAVINGS SANK.
Honesdale, Pa., April 10, 1909.
Notice. Pursuant to Act of Assem
bly, a meeting of the Stockholders of
the Wayne County Savings Bank will be
held at "the oflice of the bank on Thurs
day, July 22, 1909, from ono to two
o'clock p. m., to vote for or against the
proposition to again renew and extend
the charter, corporate rights and fran
chises of said bank for the term of
twenty years, from February 17, 1910.
By order of the Board of Directors.
II. S. Sal'mox, Cashier.
H. S. SALMON, Cashier
W. J. WAItD, Abs't Cashier
tors assures the natrons
iubi ui a boou
BE MADE BY MAIL.