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F ' THE' CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY,. DEO. 92, 1900.
THE MOST RELIABLE MEDIUM FOR
Katherino and Olle Stephenson
are visiting their sisters In Schenectady,-
Mr. and Mrs. U. E. Davis and Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Smith were called
to Jermyn to-day by the death of
their brother, Frank Jeffrey.
Hazel and Leida Chubb visited
Carbondale friends the latter part
of the week.
Mrs. John Dimock Is suffering
from a severe attack of erysipelas.
The funeral of Mrs. Mary Jane
Smith, widow of the late Lafayette
Smith, was held yesterday from the
M. E. church. Mrs. Smith was 111
only a few days with pneumonia. She
was a woman esteemed by all who
Mr. Scudder, of Mlddletown, N.
Y Is visiting his daughter, Mrs. F.
Those who are home from college
for their Xmas vacation are Frank
and U. J. Doyle of Philadelphia, and
Ruth Tuthlll of Drew Seminary.
HAWLEY AND WILSONVILLE.
The stores in town are in full holi
day attire, so Inviting Is the window
display that it is impossible to pass
by and be satisfied with only a look;
one must enter and purchase a gift
for the friend, wife or sweetheart.
Especially attractive is the camping
scene In the window of Wm. Watt's
hardware store. There is a very real
looking fox In the fore ground, also
other animals; a kettle hanging over
a pile of wood ready to light. But
what lends genuine life to the scene
is the owner's hunting dog who may
be seen part of the time curled up
under the tent enjoying a peaceful
nap not seeming to be annoyed by
the gaze of passers by.
Christmas exercises at the Bono
Ridge school on Wednesday after
noon, and at the Hawley graded
school on Thursday afternoon of this
, Monday's rain storm raised the
water In the Paupack river so that
the flash boards In the dam could be
removed, there being enough water
now to operate the power at electric
light plant and stone silk mill with
out the use of them.
The Sunday school festival and tree
at the M. E. church on Wednesday
night, the 29th Inst.
Myra Miller, of Avoy, passed Sat
urday afternoon, the 11th Inst., with
her friend, Mrs. Joseph Pennell, at
Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler and daugh
ter, Mary, wore Sunday afternoon
guests of Albert Whele and family.
D. J. Brannlng will Bpend the first
of the week in New York.
George Helchelbeck and wife
passed Sunday with Lakeville rela
tives. M. Gerrlty and sister, of Arling
ton, visited friends In town Saturday,
returning on Sunday afternoon.
John Pennell, of Arlington, has
accepted a position in Edward Gold
bach's shoe store. He began work on
George Pelton, drayman, lost one
of his team horses on Thursday
E. L. Schlager, a director of the
Scrauton Fire Insurance Company,
attended their business meeting in
Scranton on Friday. The company
have issued their certificates and are
now ready to write Insurance.
P. J. Keary's valuable shepherd
dog has strayed from home. He
will be glad to find his whereabouts.
Earl Blossom, who is home from
Wyoming Seminary, led the League
meeting In the M. E. church on Sun
day, evening. ,
The ice in the old Paupack river
is nearly twelve inches in thickness.
The ice harvest will soon begin.
. R. W. Murphy visited his mother
at Lakeville on Sunday.
Julia Compton, teacher of the Taf
ton school, visited her friends at
White Mills, from Friday night until
The Literary Society of the Clin
ton High school will hold a public
meeting on Thursday, December
23rd, followed by the following lt
erary and social program for the
benefit of the Literary Society. Pro
gram begins at 7 o'clock sharp. s
Welcome Song, by the school.
Recitation, Miss Carrie Curtis.
DUetrInclpaI W. D. Watklns and
Dialogue: Touch of Nature Nel
lie Gleason, Lillian Gleason, and
Harry Varcoe. .,
Song, by Miss Stanton's school.
Recitation ,Ruth Gaylord.
Violin Solo, Mr. Clemens.
Select Reading, Pearl Hauensteln.
Drill By prlmaYy pupils of Miss
Stanton's Bchool. '
Recitation, Kathleen McCabe.
Dlagolue: Santa Claus Discovered
Samuel Counterman, Harold
White, Keith Arnold, Dora Knapp,
Ruth Oaylord, Lois Martin,
Recitation, Amanda Norton.
Song, by school.
Select Reading, Clair Kennedy,
Stocking Recitation, Gorald Boon
ley. Kiss of 1964, Frank Burns.
Cornet Duet Stanley Ralnoy and
Dialogue, Miss Stanton' school.
Jouraat Flora Loomls,
Quartet: "Good Night," Mlw Stan-
to, Harry Varcoe, Principal Wat-
klM, a4 Stanley Raiaey.
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Following the Literary program
the following social program will he
Races Dean, egg, doughnut.
Games Vegetable: Potatoe, bean,
Miscellaneous entertainment, and
refreshments will be served.
G. H. Knapp has the repairs on
his house about completed.
The dance given in Fltze's Hall,
Friday night, had a very small at
Wllmarth and Pentecost are ship'
ping mine rails' bark.
JudBon Fltze, who has been suf
fering from a fractured shoulder,
is on the gain.
Everybody seems to bo preparing
C. H. Wllmarth is making some
repairs on his barn.
C. C. Lozler made a business trip
to New York this week.
There is going to be a home gath
ering of several families of rela
tives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Smith aro ex
pected at the home of Andrew Der
rick to spend Christmas.
The annual meeting of the Clin
ton High school Alumni Association
will be held at the home of Phil
Kennedy, Creamton, Pa., Dec. 29,
Miss Helen Odell has returned
home after spending several weeks In
Mrs. Laura Conyne Is recovering
from a recent illness.
Mr. Fred W. White and Mrs. H.
L. Fisher visited at Gilbert White's
in Honesdale last week.
Miss May E. Glover of this place
was united in marriage to Mr. Nel
son Hutchlns of Carbondale, on Tues
day, December 14th, by the Rev. W,
L. Van Campen, of Lakeville.
Herbert Sherwood and Miss Gladys
Miller were united in marriage on
Wednesday, Dec. 15th, by the Rev,
Will H. Hlller, of Honesdale.
Morning, afternoon and evening
services will be held In the M. E,
church on January 6th. Dinner and
supper will be served In Independent
Hall by the society. ,
Mr. E. N. Stark has returned from
Cannonsvllle, N. Y.
Mr. Henry Meade is visiting at H.
Mrs. Charles Bonham and son
Vlnal. have returned home alter
spending several weeks with Carbon
dale and Wllkes-Barre friends.
Mr. Henry Bartholomew spent
Sunday at V. E. Odell's.
Roy Black was tendered a sur
nrlse narty Friday night by his
friends, the occasion being his six
teenth birthday. The evening was
pleasantly passed In the usual amuse
ments. Those present were: Misses
Pearl Bell, Effle Bell, Edith Jones
Mary Hartley, and Cora Bartlow, and
Messrs. Friend Black, Lyle Jones
Howard Gromllch, Coan Bell, Lyle
Lee and Orrln Kcene.
Rev. J. G. Rosenberger spent Sun
day at Newfoundland.
The home of F. S. Keene burned
Saturday afternoon with almost
total Iobs of the contents. lhe fire
started in the dining room from a de
fective stove pipe and gained such
headway that It was impossible to
save only a desk and a bed with a
few articles of clothing belonging to
Mr. Keene. The children were all
away from the house but the eldest
girl and the baby. Mrs. Keene, who
has been confined to her bed for
couple of days, and who was dressing
in the front of the house, was at
tracted to the Are by the baby call
ing her and saying "flre, mamma.
Mrs. Keen 6 sent the children out of
the-way, and calling Mr. Keene and
his boys who were in the woods
hauling wood, started to save what
she could. Some of the neighbors
hastened to the flre but could not do
anything only watch the barn and
shop. The collar, which was well
filled with fruit and vegetables,
nothing but a smouldering ruin
Mrs. Keene and the eight children
lost all their clothing except what
they were wearing. The loss Is plac
ed at $1,000. No insurance.
The young people at this place
spend considerable time at skating
on Beach Lake and on Adams Lake,
Fred Swartz spent Thursday and
Friday at the home of his- uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Ostrander,
Edward Van Ripen called on Nar
rowsburg friends on Thursday.
Mrs. Moses Dexter of Narrows
burg, is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
The Indian Orchard Cemetery As
sociation will meot In the Grange
Hall at this place on Wednesday
evonlng, Jan. 5th, 1010, and not
the 15th, as stated In the last Issue
of this paper.
W, O, Spry has sold one of his
valuable draft horses.
Fred Avery made a business trip
to Torrey on Saturday.
Albert Swartz has been working
for Harry Leftwlch during tho past
Edward Glllliple, of Lauvella, baa
been ipendlng aeveral days with
friends at this place.
The directors of the Big Eddy
Telephone Company met at Cochec-1
ton on Saturday last.
Mrs. Ostrander. of Atco. was a
pleasant caller at this place on Sat
urday. Several from here attended the
teachers' institute at Beach Lake on
Mrs. Josoph Atkinson of White
Mills, visited her daughter, Mrs. O.
Henshaw, on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bayly, of
Laurella, spent Sunday last with
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Crosby.
George Ham has exchanged hiB
large horse for a road horse.
Mrs. William Colwlll, of Torrey,
accompanied by her daughter, .Edna,
called on relatives here Saturday.
Albert Swartzjeaves this morning
for New York City.
Richard Ham made a trip to Pau
pack recently; while there he pur
chased an I. O. C. hog.
Fred Marshall and wife, of Lau
rella, were business callers at Earl
Ham's on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Spry called on East
Beach Lake friends on Sunday.
Little Irvln Bunnell was bitten
quite badly by a dog on Wednesday
Mrs. Abe Lovelass, of Swamp
Brook, will be buried at the Indian
Orchard cemetery on Tuesday next.
(From Another Correspondent)
Merry Christmas and a Happy New
Year to the Citizen and all its read
Mr. and Mrs. William Weeks, of
White Mills, expect to spend Christ
mas wee'k with friends and relatives
at this place.
W. W. Williams and Fred Marshall
went fishing on Boyd's pond and
caught fifteen fine pickerel. They
think of going again.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Maloney and
family of Laurella, visited at the
home of C. T. Weeks last Sunday.
G. H. Ham draws the reins over a
fine new roadster.
The Aid was very pleasantly en
tertained at the home of the presl
dent, Mrs. W. D. Buckingham. The
ladles are making plans for some
good times this winter.
Harry Leftwlch visited his sister,
Mrs. E. Goothile, at White Mills on
H. Ray Bayly, who is working at
his trade as glass cutter In Hones
dale, spent Sunday with his family at
George Lovelace received the sad
news, on Saturday, that his mother,
Mrs. Abe Lovelace, had passed away.
Ethel Bunnell, who is attending
school at Honesdale, spent Saturday
and Sunday with her parents, H. H.
Bunnell and wife, at the Almshouse.
Eva Miller Is visiting her aunt,
Mrs. Andy Maloney, at Laurella.
Mrs. R. Leftwlch Is recovering
from a severe cold; her daughter,
Mrs. Goothile, spent Sunday with her.
Mrs. Flnkin's health improves
very slowly. ' '
Nellie Hall spent Sunday after
noon with Lizzie Swltzer. '
W. H. Hall made a business' trip
to Scranton the first of the week.
The Grangers are planning an en
tertainment In the near future.
A number of people attended the
Sunday School convention at Sterl
ing, Tuesday, Dec. 14th. Had a fine
time and were entertained very nice
ly. Mrs. Richard Bartleson visited TVer
daughter, Mrs. E. L. Robacker of
Moscow on Tuesday.
Mr. A. E. Barnes made a business
trip to Scranton on Tuesday.
Mrs. Clias. West has been on the
Miss Price of Mt. Pocono, has been
the guest of Mrs. H. L. Gilpin.
Mr. Homer and Earl Carlton spent
a few days last week In Scranton.
George Frey has returned home
from Philadelphia where he has
completed the course at the embalm
Miss Carrie Wert has gone to
Weissport to spend the winter with
Mrs. Amelia Gracer Is helping Mrs,
G. H. Lancaster in general house
work. Christmas entertainment held in
the M. E. church Xmas eve. Cantata
"A Jack Frost Shower."
Mrs. D. O. Chamberlain entertain
ed the Ladles' Aid Thursday of last
week for dinner.
Miss Grace Hall spent last week
' Mr.. H. B. Hall and Ira N. Hlne,
who have been on the sick list, are
somewhat improved at this writing,
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Warner San-
ford, Dec; 13, a son.
Rev. O. G. Russell delivered a very
interesting sermon Sunday evening.
Rev. J. B. Cody, of Bethany, is ex
pecfed to deliver a lecture January
26th -in tho M. E. church for tho
.benefit' of the Epworth League.
Mr. 'and Mrs. Albert Kady and
family and J. N. Hlne and family of
Scranton, are expected to spend
Xmas with D. J. Hlne.
Reba Hlne returned to Wlnwood
to-day where she is attending school
The M. E. Sunday school will have
an entertainment and Xmas tree at
the church Xmas eve.
Mr. H. J, Hlne killed a hog re
cently which weighed 500 pounds
Mrs. Frank Sanford 1b spondlng
sometime with her son In Jersey
City and daughter in Connecticut.
W. R. Belknap and Irvln Leo, who
are working In Bergonflold, N. J., are
expected home for the holidays.
Mrs. O. B. Russell entertained the
Women's Home Missionary soolety
on Wednesday afternoon ot last
May you all have a very Merry
Our'oldost resident, William Peth-
ick, celebrated his, 9 4th birthday on
Monday, Dec. 13th.
Clara Ballqu left Wednesday for
Wllkes-Barre to visit relatives.
Mr. RIdgeway of Honesdale, was
hero Wednesday putting In the now
lights for J. B. Faatz's at his storo
All the school girls are very anxi
ous for December 23rd to come as
tho contest for the beautiful doll
at the store will close then. A vote
is given with every ten cent's worth
of goods purchased.
Mrs. J, J. Hause, Mrs. George
Robertson and Mrs. Strongman spent
Friday in Scranton.
Miss Katherine Kallish of Hones
dale, representing the Independent,
was a caller in the village on Friday.
The Union Christmas exercises will
be held Christmas evening; Satur
day, in the Methodist church. Rev.
W. B. Slgnor expects to be at Alden
ville on Friday evening.
Dr. Fuller, District Superintend
ent, preached two of his eloquent
sermons here at the quarterly con
ference Saturday evening and again
Patrons' Day will bo observed Frl
day afternoon in the school here by
Miss Maney's scholars. A fine enter
tainment and Christmas tree with
gifts will be the attraction.
John Smith has sold his milk route
to Elmer Faatz. Harry- Smith has
sold his milk route to Mr. McMullen
They both expect to go into other
The residents of Damascus town'
ship are bothered with rats. The
rodents enter chicken coops and kill
the chickens. In color they are
something like the red squirrel.
They are much larger than either
the gray or black rat. The only way
the farmers can account for this In
vasion is by way of the box cars on
the Erie. E. A. Sheard, of Damas
cus, reports having lost 160 chickens
In Memorlam John A. Itutledgo.
On Tuesday, November 23d, 1909,
a sudden pall of gloom overshadowed
this community, when, as a flash of
lightning from out of a clear sky,
the messages went (over the wires
inai joun a. ttuueage naa compiemu
the record of a life that had been
utilized for the betterment of man
kind, and that "he was not, for God
had taken him."
To behold Mr. Rutledge in his
storo at Galilee, on Friday, Nov. 19.
the day on which he was taken ill
no one would have thought for a
moment that he was so soon to be
stricken with death, for he wa3 tlio
very picture of health, a man of ap
parent strong physique, and of i
jovial and pleasant disposition, and
to know him was to admire him, for
his sterling and upright qualities
whose word was as good as his bond
and in his mercantile business, In
which he had been engaged for the
last seven years at Galilee, and In
his dealings with a variety ot people
whose characteristics were as varied
as their faces, he built up a trade
which we think cannot be surpassed
in a hamlet of similar bounds. His
dealings with his fellowmen was
above reproach, being open and stbovo
board, and he was one of the In
fluential men of the town, having at
different times held town officer), and
wherever known he was honored
and respected. He was an example
of industry, generosity, thrift, sta
bility, kindness and good cheer. The
hospitality of his home was shared
in by their large circle of friends and
acquaintances, and In his home bis
pastor and preachers of other folds
found a hearty welcome, and the Joy
of their family circle was overflow
ing to enrich other homes, and al
though he was a man of large bus!
ness interests which occupied the
larger part of his time, he was never
too busy to listen to or converse
about methods and means for giving
Christ and the church their share of
thought and strength, and the flnan
ces of the church were greatly aided
by his liberal giving. The going of
such a life from any family or com
munlty Is keenly felt, and also places
a responsibility on those who remain
to honor his name and memory.
He became a member of the Galilee
Methodist Episcopal church In 1908
as part of the fruit of that memor
able revival held under the pastorate
of Rev. L. T. Van Campen. Having
professed conversion and assuming
the obligations of the church, he en
tered upon the Christian life with
that same zest to do business for
eternity as characterized him In his
temporal affairs. He was elected and
remained a trustee of the church
He remained a consistent member un
til God called him to enrich Heaven
by the translation from his earthly
He was the third son of William
and Levlnla Rutledge of Rutledgo
dale, and was born In the old home
stead on Aug. 28, 1860; he continued
the business of farming until his
purchase of the store of G. C. Abra
ham, at Galilee, In 1903. On Nov,
17, 1891, he was united In marriage
to Mrs. Bertha Adams of Cold Spring,
Pa., and to them were born three
children Vera M., Orvls W., and
Ian. His father died nine years ago
He Is survived by hU widow and
three children, and his aged mother,
who Is eighty-two years old, and who
thinks that she could have been bet
ter taken than her son John, but
who expects soon to be reunited with
her boy In Heaven; three brothers,
Alexander, of Scranton; Isaac 8., of
West Damascus; Wesley, of Rut
lodgedale, and one sister, Mrs. Rollln
Coons, of Sweden Valley. Pa,
He waa taken sick with perltonltl
Three physicians and a nurse were In
attendance, and 'although surrounded
by loved osm who did all they
! could to alleviate his suffering which
at times was intense, ho camo down
toward the end, patient and trust
ful; truly his house, was set In order
and was waiting for the summons
and he was calmly resigned to God's
will whom he. was soon to see face
tp face, and to receive tho reward of
The funeral services were held on
Friday, November 26, at 11 a. m. in
the Galilee Methodist Episcopal
church, by Rev. J. M. Coleman, who
preached from the text, "Be ye also
ready for In such an hour as ye think
not the Son of man cometh," to a
congregation that filled tho body of
the church, aisles, gallery and hall.
The floral tributes were many. The
body was then taken to the Bolkom
cemetery at Rlleyvllle for burial.
W. J. L.
Jurors for January Court.
Week commencing Jan. 10.
Bethany J. W. Starnes.
Cherry Ridge Christian Eppley.
Damascus W. A. Gregg, J. W,
Dyberry Friend Walters.
Hawley Mark Creasy, George
Honesdale Frank Box, W. L
Lake Isaac Shaffer.
Lehigh S. F. Sebring.
Manchester Ralph Glllow.
Mt. Pleasant .Ellison Rude.
Oregon Edward Smith.
Paupack Charles W. Brink,
Preston John W. Lee.
Prompton D. II. Colvln.
Salem S. H. Blake, George
Scott Joseph F. Hocking.
South Canaan Loren Reed.
Texas Daniel Pell, Benjamin Pol
Waymort H. F.-Inch.
Week commencing Jan. 17.
Berlin W. H. Hall, Joseph Blll-
ard, George Wegst.
Buckingham John Cuddihe.
Cherry Ridge Richard Hlgglns.
Clinton Joseph Burns.
Damascus Thomas Gllroy, Wes
ley Wilcox, W. B. Yerkes, Irving Rut
Dreher Frank Madden, Thomas
Burns, Malcom Jones.
Dyberry James Monlngton, Bur
Hawley Joseph Spring, Thomas
Drake, M. R. Barrett.
Honesdale F. C. Reichenbacker,
John Jenkins, Jacob Smith, F. J. Var
Lehigh W. L. Harvey.
Lebanon Leon B, Mitchell.
Manchester Ira Ellaworth, A. K.
Mt. Pleasant R. F. Mumford.
Oregon Jacob Rlefler.
Palmyra M. A. Scheltz, John
Preston M. I. Denlo, L. D. Cham
Paupack Conrad Relnke,
Prompton William Pentecost.
Salem George Roses, H. H. Har
Scott Edson Whitmore, A. ' S.
Sterling C. E. Luchs, Thomas A.
Starrucca L. C. Mumford.
South Canaan Charles Howell,
J. F. Lee.
Texas Elmer Ferguson, John
Dalley, Frank J. Holl, Fred H. Mauer,
J. S. Helnickle.
CASTOR I A
lor Infants and Children.
Th9 Kind You Have Always Bought
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION,
Late ol Honesdale, Pa.
All nerRmiR Indebted tn nam e.qtnte are noti
fied to make Immediate payment to the un
dersigned ; and those having claims against
the said estate are notitled to present them
duly attested (or settlement.
W.M. H. KllAflTj.
JOHN E. KRANTZ,
Honesdale, Pa, Dec. 8. 1909. 07t6
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION,
CHARLOTTE S. II AND. late of Honesdale.
All persons Indebted to said estate are noti
fied to make immediate payment to the un
dersigned : and those having claims against
the said estate are notified to present them
duly attested, tor settlement.
HENRY. S. HAND,
Brooklyn, N. Y Dec. 8, 1909. Executors.
Or W. H. Stone, Honesdale, Pa. lOOwfi
W. B. HOLMES, President.
A. T. SEARLE, Vice Pres.
We want you to understand the reasons for the ABSOLUTE SECURITY
WAYNE COUNTY SAVINGS BANK
HAS A CAPITAL OF - - - $100,000.00
AND SURPLUS AND PROFITS OF - 304.000.00
MAKING ALTOGETHER - - 404,000.00
EVERY DOLLAR of whioh must bo lost before any depositor can lose a PENNY.
It has conducted a growing and successful business for over 35 yours, serving
an increasing number of cuatomers with fldeellty and satisfaction.
Its cash funds are protected by MODERN STEEL VAULTS.
AH ot these
py ine uah.
?irsby. ft notably able
l'HKMK HArETV which
Our store Is a sparkle "With
with all kinds of Goods
Special Holiday Sale of
Suits and Coats for
A lot of Ladies and Misses 54
in. length Kersey Coats half
lined, $12.50 to 14.50 quality.
Xmas Sale $9-89
For Misses and small women.
Sizes 14, 10, and 18, were selling
for $10.98 and $12.
Xmas Price $8.98
Suggestions for Holilday
Furs, Silk or Net Waists, Silk
Petticoats, Eain Coats, and Lad
ies' Muslin Underwear.
Sweaters for Men, Ladies and
Children are here in complete
Annual Sale of Rugs.
This sale will continue until
Christmas Goods at Ev
Leather Goods, Gloves, Handker
chiefs, .Umbrellas, Ladies' Neckwear,
Scarfs, Belts, Belt, Buckles and Pins,
Linens, Stockings, ijkaj Worsted Dress
Goods, Gents' Furnishing and Under
wear in all descriptions.
To get the most for the least money
III 1 O A- 1 1
Will pittUHB OUUUl U1UUS.
Buy your gifts here.
Meeting of the stockholders of
the Honesdale National Bank will
be held at the banking house of tho
said bank In the Borough of Hones
dale, Wayne County, Pa., on
TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1010,
between the hours of two and four
o'clock p. m for the purpose of
electing directors and transacting
any other business that may be
brou&ht before the stockholders.
EDWIN F. TORREY,
Honesdale, Dec. 15, 1909.
ELECTION OP DIRECTORS.
In compliance with an Act of the
Assembly, and In accordance with
Sec. 17 of the By-Laws of the Cream
ery and Cheese Factory Mutual Flre
Insurance Company of Pennsylva
nia, notice Is hereby given that the
annual meeting of said company will
be held In Honesdale, Pa., on
Tuesday, January 4, 1010, at 10 ft. m.
for the transaction ot general busi
ness and the. election of seven direc
tors to serve for the ensuing year.
P. A. CLARK, Prest.
W. E. PERHAM, Sec'y.
Pleasant Mount, Pa. 3t
H. S. SALMON, Cashieh
W. J. WARD, Abs't Oabuikr
gcoupled with conservative management. Insured
, PERSONAL ATTENTION constantly clven the
Board of Directors assures, the patrons
ii theiprlme essential of a good
BE MADE BY MAIL.