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M t'MJt.1j..j..jj..j..j.t.2.4j..j..j,j.j.J. manner In which thoy wore enter Ij dg a'alo on Saturmy and returned showed any signs of having hydro- again moved to her former homo up
t. tnlncd by their host nnd hostess. on dundny to visit her parents, Mr. phobia, Is not known, but a lor.nl m Mnplo Olen that has been la
Miss Evn Bllsby, of Whlto Mills, nnd Mra. C Schrnder butcher took tho hide from the dead cbargo of veteran Daniel Simpson
THE MOST REMAllIK MEDIUM FOR
visited her grandparents, Ira K.
Bishop nnd wife recently.
Tho Bethel L. A. S. mot with Mrs.
Hunting of I.conurdsvlllo on Wed
Oscar Alpha gnvo a dnnco at his ' carcass. Tho second cow was ox- Luthor Postcn, a mall carrier of
homo nt Arlington on Saturday eve. j nmlncd by several persons when sho ! Scranton, visited his parents, Mr
Mrs. J, M. Cnrefooto Is slowly re- was nick nnd acted strange, and her nnd Mrs. William Posten, of Dre-
rom a severe attack of the . symptomn were thoso of nn animal, her, on Feb. 11
. .Mrs. n. Lovolnss Is again suffering
with eczema nnd eryslpclns,
Alfred Locklln Is training his colt
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2 .111. ,11111 HUB. iVttJ .3M.111KU1IIJUI , Ul . I . t 1 l i . I ., . I..
t r n n,it ..i.,,.,, I ', ,v ,,,it, which ho recently purchnsed from Air. Peet's was. bitten
'K--M"MMW l e i Freolnntl Brundago of Pink. dog, but shows no slg
USWICK i?' TAKEVTLLE. I resented, besides tho congregational ;
Wnr.l u n ronnlvn.l l.v P !. Dim. 8lBlnR' mn1 tls Putt of tho pro-1 dal
sted, of Pswick, on Feb. 15th, that
his aunt, Miss Nancy Olmsted, wns
dead. The funeral services were hold
on Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 1G,
1910, at 2 o'clock. Interment be
side her relatives In the family plot
in the cemetery nt Mllford, Pike
Mrs. Minnie 1. Miller, of Lakovllle,
nnd Miss Evelyn I'ennell, of Uswick,
wcro initiated in tho Illldngnrd Re
bekah Lodge, No. 359, I. O. O. F.,
at Lakovllle, on Wednesday evening,
Feb. 10, 1910.
Mr. and Mrs. William Secger and
daughter Floronce, of Lakovllle,
visited Mrs. Seeger's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. I'ennell, nt Uswick, on
Emmet Gronor and sister, Mrs.
Salzman, visited .Mrs. Chas. Crane
and family at Uswick on Sunday;
gramme n special feature. Tho choir ' day
Miss Margaret Haley, of Hone-, h ft '
le. visited her parents here Sun- TI vlfl lcd , h, 8 dnuBhtor. Miss
consisted of tho following: Sopranos,
Misses Watklns, Minnie nnd Ituth
Snedckcr, Mattlc Folley, Dora and
Mary Knnpp, Margaret Stanton, Ituth
Gnylord, and Messrs. Strnnnhan and
Dietrich; altos, Misses Emmn Stan'
Miss Pearl Swingle
Mr. Levi Hlchnrdson is much Im
proved from his recent Illness.
William Pentlcost Is so much Im
proved thnt he sits up part of each
Maudo Locklln returned on Thurs
day after spending a time nt Peck
vllle. Mr. and Mrs. Ocorgo Van Horn of
Ariel, were the recent guests of the
Intter's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hess
ler. Rev. H. T. Purklss has been un
able to preach on account of poor
Mrs. William Everly returned on
Monday after a two weeks' sojourn
in Now York.
.lames Cnrefoote has nn attack of
Mr. Fred llergman went to New
York City on Monday. His wife will
they also called nt S. It. Crane's nnd ! M f Iompton and
Mr. Groucr called at P. II, Olmsted's. '?bi?n lft,k i?,' M'ilHCf, Lmn"f
We learn that Mr. Warren Drown
of Hondleys, wns also a welcome
guest at Mrs. Chas. Crane's.
Mr. A. Sanders was ,a pleasant
caller nt the Uswick postofTIco Sun
day and took a sleighrldc to Lako
vllle the same afternoon.
Mrs. Sv H. Crane, nlso .Mrs. J. M.
HIchter and daughter, Mary, were all
very sick lust week. We are pleas
ed to noto they are nil convalescing.
Miss Violet Crane, who had such a
severe attack ' of. the grlnne. Is re-
nnvnrlnir nlwl la nnu nhln in crn t
of doors a few minutes each day.
Miss Pearl E. Crane visited the
Hawley High school on Friday of Inst
Mr. Stanley Crane nnd sister. Miss
.Jennie, attended the games at Haw
ley on Saturday evening. They
spent a very pleasant evening with
the young people at that place.
.Mr. A. Sanders Is storing his Ice.
Mr. Mains and Mr. John Schleupner
are assisting him.
J. M. Richter and .lohn Schleupner
of Uswick, nnd Mr. Young, of Lake
vllle, went to New York on Thurs
dny. The two former returned home
Saturday afternoon and the latter re
turned Sunday evening.
ton, Desslo Curtis, Gertrude Gnylord, j day. 1
and Mlnnlo Giles; tenors, G. H. ' The excelsior factory will soon be
Knnpp nnd Percy Curtis; bassos, , In operation, ns Mr. Moore, with a
Prof. W. D. Watklns, Hnrry Vnrcoe gang of men, are busy putting In the i
and S. .1. Stnnton. Besides these, ; mnchlnory. j
the choir was ably assisted by Stnn- Mrs. William Cole Is confined to I
ley Itntney, cornet, and Vnnco Oris-1 her home by Illness. '
wold, violin. Miss Eille Knnpp pre-. The election nt Prompton passed,
sided at tho organ. A mnle nuar- off very quietly, tho Republicans
tot. consisting of Percy Curtis and j mnklng almost a clean sweep, except i
G. H. Knnpp, ilrst nnd second ten-1 for Assessor nnd one Councllmnn.
ors, Hnrry Vnrcoe and Prof. Wnt
klns, first nnd second base, Tender
er a selection
With tho Tide
quite surly, but brnce up, our coun
cllmen are all Republicans but one,
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Arthur, of
Carbondale, spent Sunday with tho
former's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Thos.
Elmer Hnmbly, of Honesdalc, vlslt-
1 .. .. .1 n ft f T, 1 . ' ...1 rHn,,,1n I,. ,1,1., .-,.,,(..,, Gittiilnt
, , , r;. , , Frank Walker, nt Hub
South Clinton had charge of the ser-, .Mr. and Mrs. Moses Cole, of .... ,... - ...
vice which lasted one hour and thlr-' Prompton. visited friends nt Forest
Tho Hobollnk was defeated for As- J nimny Mm back.
...,.,.. i .,', iD.f i .,ia Mr. nnd Mrs. F. Woodwnrd and
entitled "Drifting eye. Mr. Hogencamp wns defeated JJ the at te" sis r Mrs
' A solo by Miss I for Councllmnn nnd takes his defent j , ,t "J
Stnnton nnd Olive Hodle, and
Messers. Raymond Smith, .1. E.
Shocblg nnd Geo. Uobinson were
other plcnslng fentures. Uev. .las.
Ralney delivered the address of
J. M. Carefoote.
Mabel Sleozer, of Hawley, spent
Sunday with her parents, .Incob
Sleozer and wife.
Mrs. Chas. Daniels and Mrs. Geo.
A. Goble have the grippe.
.Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Locklln spent
I Sunday with the Intter's parents, Mr.
suffering with rabies and sho was
killed aud burled, as was altio the
cow belonging to Robert Cross.
Another heifer or young cow of
by the same
ns of nny 111
Work In the woods on n lumber
Job of nny kind, is for the present
about tied up, on account of deep
Bnow nnd sleet. Everybody Is sur
prised at having such nn old-fashioned
winter nnd In many cases It
means but little out-door work done
during tho winter. There Is specu
lation as to how we are going to
get rid of nil the snow nnd Ice nnd
It would mean disaster In
9th and 20th.
Earl Cross, of Crosses, Pike coun
ty, wns tho guest of Miss Mary Cros
on Sundny, Feb. 20th.
Miss Alice Cross visited frlend
nt Uouldsboro on Saturday nnd Sun
day. Judge-elect IS mil Huguenln Is be
ing congratulated on his election to
the Judicial chair.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Nash, of Scran
ton, arc visiting nt Leroy Pelton's.
Miss E. M. Buckingham Is spend
ing n week at Damnscus where sh
Is assisting In preparations for n
ninny oratorical contest to be held there.
plnces, If It should bo moved with) H. C. Pelton spent the first of th
heavy winds. There is no use meet-1 week In Scranton.
Ing trouble half way, time will tell. I The Hook Club met on Wednes
Wlth the high price of nil kinds! dny afternoon, Feb. 23rd, at the
of feed stuff, for man nnd beast,
It Is u case of enforced economy. In
many enses, to keep the woir from
The time limit for meat and eggs
In cold storage should be six months
nnd n liberal line for disobeying the ,
law. ft Is certain that the farmer I already well, under way.
Is getting no dividends on the pros-) Miss Alma Schueller visited her
ent high prices. ' parents at Honesdalc last Sunday
Miss Ella Nevln, a teacher In the' Mrs. J. H. Boyce and daughter.
home of Mrs. C. L. Simons, nnd spent
a few pleasant hours. They have a
few new members: .Mrs. Robert
Spangenberg, Miss Alma Schueller
and Mrs. L. J. Pelton.
Repairs on C. L. Simons' house ar
steadily going on. The plnsterlng in
ty minutes, nnd wns generally Con
ceded to hnve been one of tho most
helpful nnd elevating of Its kind
held in this vicinity for many years.
uity lasi weeK. i
Farmers will earn their money In
the snp bush this spring, as the snow
Is three feet deep In the woods.
Luther Bryant, of Waymart, lost a
valuable horse last week.
Miles Bishop, of this place,
visiting relatives at Dunmore.
It wns 18 degrees betbw zero on
T r'l i- ..n
r TvJ T T A Kf ADPIJ APT1 VOluaillU lloru nisi. WUUK. ' ii.i iicumaiu ia uuuih buuiu p.i-
The saying is "a green Christmas , meted this winter with a very strange W. T. Wright lost one of his horses
disease. George Hnyduck has two i last week.
Born, to .Mr. nnd Mrs. Otis Ray-
mnkes a fat graveyard," Yet this
winter seems to be nn exception to , ,.,, baffle8 ii hoir-eaters in this sec
that saying, as we bear of much sick-I tion Ti,er appetites nre good, but mond, Feb. 13th, a son.
they can't stand on their feet. They , Several from this place attended
nre nlmost as helpless ns being dead, the Masonic supper in Deposit Inst
so much so that the rats are eating' Wednesdny evening
ness and mnny deaths. Who can ex
plain why, with so much cold weath
er and deep snow which Is supposed
)o purify the nlr. the health of the
people in general is not better?
The many friends of Mrs. Eva
Gregory Dolloway were grieved to
hear of her death. She was a young
woman of line disposition and will
be greatly missed.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Weeks of
White .Mills, were recent callers at
Miss Minnie Weeks Is visltine rel-
Mr. and Mrs. William Seeger went . ,.tlvnf, nt prnmnon
to Ariel on Saturday. ; Mr and Mrs j, L nran,an recent-
We learn that Mrs. J. Ruescherii.. viEiiori rhpir rinnchinr at WMtn
fell on the ice near their well on
Saturday afternoon and hurt her
shouldor. and head. We are pleased
to learn that there were no bo ties
F. R. Olmsted and C. B. Glosenger
moved Mr. Oscar Dunnlng's goods
from near Hawley to his home nt
Uswick on Wednesday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Heichelbeck, Jr.,
of Wilsonville, visited Mr. and Mrs.
John Mains at Uswick on Sundny last.
The heavy Ice storm made such a
-rust thnt it cut the horses' feet, but
The Ladies' Aid of this place ex
pect to spend Wednesday evening
with Mr. and Mrs. H. Bunting of
W. W. Williams and son Francis,
spent Saturday and Sunday with rel
atives In Carbondale, returning
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Pragtiell and
two children of East Honesdale,
their ears, as they nre not able to de
fend themselves. The Bobolink bad
a fine porker that was taken with tho
snme dlsense, but by chnnglng his
quarters, also his diet, and giving him
plenty of charcoal to eat, his porker
is all right again. Albert Onell lost
n fine one with the same disease.
Although we have had u long
run of excellent sleighing, the snow
Is very soft and lots of water in it.
A. J. Cross returned from the
burial of his wife's father to-day.
Harvey Megargle returned from ,
Massachusetts last week where he !
has been for several months past.
On the 17th C. E. Webster was In
After a short but severe illness
with cancer of the stomach, Thomas
Neville expired on the 19th and, was
interred in the Zion cemetery to-
Mrs. George Spearbeck, of Great
Bend, is visiting her mother, Mrs.
.lames McCluse. '
MrB. A. A. Fox Is quite sick nt this
Mrs. Clinton Garlow and daughter
Neva, are visiting relntlves in Port
! The young people's Bible study
i will be held nt the home of .Mrs. C.
j Lincoln on Friday evening.
The qunrantlne has been removed
from Willis Sarley's house, and now
they are nt liberty to breath God's
pure air again.
Primary Department of the New-,
foundlnnd High school, has been off
duty for two weeks suffering with
Miss Anna Sweltzer, of near
Clark's Corners, Cherry Ridge town
ship, hns been visiting friends In
Greentown and Drehor and was the
guest of Miss Mary Hause for sever
al days last week. She will return
to her home this week.
.J. W. Kerr Is slightly off his
feed, suffering with grippe symp
toms. Mr. and Mrs. Albert George are
being congratulated ovr the safe
arrival In their home of a nice baby
boy, born February 17th. Both
mother nnd babe are getting along
Walter D. Eck is on the sick list
nnd under a Doctor's care.
Mrs. Amelia Oppelt, for some time
It th employ of Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo.
H. Lancaster, of South Sterling, has
Cora Weeks recently visited her
it wns nice for the children to skate ( slster Mra c. Maioney. of Laurella,
and was accompanied home by her
niece, Gladys, who expects to visit
grandpa and grandma Weeks for a
spent Sunday with relatives at this j day' Rev- w- E- Webster officiating
and coast. They have certainly en
Joyed it very much.
E. Teeple spent Thursday of last
week In New York city.
Miss Emma Cole, who is teaching
at Sunshine, spent Saturday and
Sunday at her home here.
Will Schweighofer and family, of
West Damascus, spent Saturday
at J. N. Cole's.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Rutledge, also
Mrs. Charles Rutledge of Rutledge
dale, are enjoying the present week
with Mr. and Mrs. John Schnaken
bcrg, and other friends in Brooklyn,
Miss Gilpin has gono to Hawley
to see her sister, who is very 111.
Floyd Bruce went to Peckville one
day last week to see his brother,
Frank Bruce, who is 111 of the grippe
at the home of George Stuart.
E. Teeple lost a valuable fox
hound by poison one day last week.
Coe F. Young, Jr., of Braraan,
spent Sunday at J. R. Maudsley's.
J. R. Maudslcy made a trip
Cnlllcoon on Saturday.
! and the Sterling choir assisting.
The Odd Fellows nnd Grangers were
present and W. B. Lesher gave the
address and Dr. Smith the prayer.
The house was well filled. Thomas
Neville was 54 years old and is
survived by a widow and the follow-
, . , 1, , . i
Leon Toms spent Saturday and i lnK cimureu. ..ir. iuru ,.. .,...-.
Sunday with his mother and sister : E ShlfTer. .Mrs. Letta Graham and
In Honesdale 1 Alice, at home; also James, R.uel
Mr. and Mrs. (1. H. Ham recently an George. At Mr. NevlU's re
visited friends and relatives In town. .uest Kev- Webster eulogized the
I Order of Odd Fellows. A number
were present from Salem and Soutn
Sterling, and Grangers were present
(From Another Correspondent)
Tho fields and highways have been from a distance
covered and filled so long with snow, Mrs Mary smith Catterson was
that It has caused many to be anxi- born in Philadelphia 70 years ngo
ous to see it go again. ' iast September, and died on the
19th. She will be burled to-morrow
Come to the illustrated service
on Sunday evening at 7:30 at the
Mrs. Charles Trlebele has been
111 for several weeks, but Is slowly
Clayton Sleg, son of Mrs. Henry
J. Sleg, Is 111 with scarlet fever.
An Infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Simon died Feb. 14th; In
terment in the new Moravian cemetery.
A little daughter was born to
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zlcgler.
Dr. F. Gilpin Is visiting relatives
In Westfleld, N. J.
A Literary Society was organized
nt the Newfoundland High school on
Friday evening, Feb. 18th.
A surprise birthday party was
given Mrs. Richard Bortreo on Frl
day evening. Feu. 18th. A very
pleasant evening was spent there.
A sleighing party went to Goulds
boro Tuesdny evening to attend n
lecture by Prof. Chnmbers of Scran
Election was well attended on
Tuesday of last week. Everything
passed off quietly.
Mrs. John Hum returned to her,gi, iB survlved by one daughter, spent Saturday and Sundny in town
home In Scranton on Wednesdny. Mrs. 1. G. Simons, nnd nlso two i Dr. A. J. Simons and George
Mrs. Chnrles Budd, of the Central i sisters, who came up from Phlladel- Ehrhardt nttended the School Dlrec
Mr. W. H. Wright, of New York,
In the Catterson cemetery, beside called on mends hero on Monday,
her husband, who died 15 years aco. : Mr. John Storm of Lake Ariel
House, Beach Lake, who has been
staying a few days with her sister,
Mrs. Ray Bayly, has returned home.
John Neal, of Beach Lake, who bus
been very sick. Is much better.
II. H. Bunnell has purchased some
phla to-day. Rev. Webster
ducted the services.
A letter was recently received by
tors' Convention nt Harrlsburg, Pa.
Mr. Ehrhardt also visited his sister,
Mrs. W. H. Rommell at Carlisle,
wood of W. J. Barnes and Is hauling ! the Lakovllle postmaster from Horn-
il it... x 1 ..1. .. I i A unlnir wi iH T o r n ir 1 1 1 etj Vnunir
Our town has been a busy
throughout this long, tedious winter,
and despite the generally drifted con
dition of tho highways throughout
the county, our main thoroughfares
have been open practically all the
men whs is now in Montrose, Colo.,
which states that he likes It very
well, and he drives team on the U. S.
Canal. Ho says It 1b so warm they
work without coats. He expects to
to I the same to the almshouse.
.1.0. Swartz spent Sunday with
I friends In the vicinity of Swnmp
Fred Avery and family of Bethel
one i Farm. Vino Hill, spent Sunday with
the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. j return to his home town next fall. I
E. E. Avery. The entire stock of S. Miller's store
Hnrry Solomon, Holmes' Jolly, of Hawley will be sold at Gravity In1
teamster, passed hero enroute for the Dersholmer building, beginning ,
Beach Lako on Saturday. Monday. February 21st. and con-,
Albert Swartz, who has been tlnue for ten days.
A large delegation from this place working In "Now York City, hns re-: Mrs. Mlnnlo I. Miller, of this place,
attended the oyster Biipper held at I turned home. He likes the city very nlso Miss Evelyn I'ennell, of Uswick,:
A. Fltz's home. Creamton. for the much. were Initiated In Hildegardo Rebekah
benefit of the Lutheran church. "A
grand, good time," Is tho way those
who attended expressed themselves,
and something over ?80 was realized.
This town seems to be passing
through a real estate boom, several
properties having changed hands.
G. II. Knapp contemplates tho erec
tion of another house, this one to be
3C by 3G In dimension.
A largely attended Christian En
deavor rally day service was held in
the Baptist church on Sunday even
ing. Threo largo slelghloads from
South Clinton society, two from
Prompton, besides numerous light
rigs from Farno nnd Maple Grove,
came, notwithstanding the threaten-
Ing weather. Tho church was soon
filled nnd all the available chairs
brought Into service. Probably one
of tho best choirs this place has seen
and heard for some time, furnished
good music. Over twenty of the
lar lumber merchant, was Injured Wednesdny. Feb. 1G. after which a 1 0, J " h a lc M'
quite badly recently, while cutting i nice lunch of cake and coffee wns "J""; LdludtoS
Mrs. Chas. Rutledge Is visiting
friends In New York and Brooklyn
Fred Edwards lost one of his val-
unble matched black team horses on
Miss Laura Pollock entertained
the members of the graduating clnss
of tho Damascus High school, of
which sho was a member, at her
homo on Saturdny evening.
Mrs. Henry Hendricks is visiting
hor sister, Mrs. Tylor.
Tho many friends of Elma Rut
ledge will be glnd to know sho is
improving after her long illness.
The contest for a silver mednl
Laura, visited at Scranton last week.
Dr. W. A. Stevens is confined t
his bed at present, but hopes sooa
to be out again.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Alt spent last
week In their cottage at Big Pond.
A Hatchet social was held on th
evening of Feb. 22d, at the home of
Mrs. Hattle Van Sickle. Proceeds
for the benefit of the Epworth
Hindoo Playing Cards.
The Hindoo plnylng cards are near
ly all circular, and each card repre
sents some historical or religious
To Him Who Walts.
Most of tho things thnt come a
him who waits are disappointments.
Yucatan's Chief Industry.
Fully 80 per cent, of the income of
Yucatan Is derived from sisal fiber.
BANK WITH A BROWING RECORD
SURPLUS EARNED IN
Are You One of the 3,553 Depositors
Doing business at the
HONESDALE DIME BANK?
!f not, the opportunity awaits" you: to open an ac
Start the Idle money you have at your home to earn
If you have a small bank, bring or send It to us at
once. Put your idle money at work.
If you wish to make a loan on your farm or house
or to borrow some money call at the Dime Bank.
Business and Savings Accounts Solicited.
Wayne County money for Wayne Counteans.
Two loads of Jolly ladles from
Whlto Mills pussed horo enrouto for
Honesdale on Wednesday.
Charles Jay, Berlin's 'oldest citi
zen, went to tho polls on election
Corn Martin, who has been as
sisting her nunt, Mrs. II. II, Bunnell,
is visiting her parents at Cherry
John Spry took a load of young
people to East Beach Lako on Wed
nesday evening last, whore they
wero royally entertained by Mr. nnd
Mrs. C. E. Neal. Tho evening was
spent as such occasions usually are,
with gnmes, telling stories, joking,
etc. After partaking of a fine lunch
consisting of the delicacies of tho
season, all departed for their several
strongest voices from tho places rep-j homes feeling highly elated over the
A. Goble nnd G. A. Goble mndn a
business trip to Houesdnle on Wed
nesday. Miss Lena F. Osborne, of Arling
ton, wns a visitor of Mrs. A. Goble
John C. Ponncll, of Hawloy, was a
guest at Chas. Danlol's and Chariest
W. Pennell's on Tuesday and Wed
nesday. Miss Nellie Welsh, of Ariel, spent
a tlrao at her home hore,
Ralph Spencer, ngont for tho Blng
hamton Cigar Co., was a guest over
Sundny nt tho "Reusamont."
R. V. Murphy spent Sunday with
his mother, Mrs. E. Murphy.
Frank and James Sheoley of, Haw
loy, spent tho dny at home hero -the
Miss Mario C. Schrador went to
wns present, Seven contestants
I took part and nil did remnrkably
l well. . Tho mednl was awarded to
Florence Rutledgo. The judges wero
Mrs. Joseph Coleman, Mrs. Amos
Rutledgo and S. N. Grogg.
I Herbert Peet lost two vnluable
cows during last week and Robert
CrosB of Sterling, also lost ono dur
ing the same time. Some weeks ago
a dog, said to have como from the
vicinity of Elmhurst, bit these
cows, but at the time it was not sus
pected that ho had rabies, but act
ing in rather a strnngo manner It
was killed while on the Peet prom
ises. The first cow of Mr. Peel's
was sick for a short tlrao and fin
ally died, but us to whother she
FEBRUARY CLOSING OUT SALE
ENNER & CO.
:T0 CLEAN UP STOCK:
Ladies' Jacket Suits.
Misses' and Junior Tailor Suits.;-
Winter Coats and Cloaks. ff"
Evening Capes and Cloaks.
TJp-to-Date and. Nobby Fur in Muffs,
Collars and Scarfs. Real G-oods
We have an odd lot of Made-up Waists
in Silk and Wash Goods that we will sell n
out at verv low prices.
MENNER & CO.