The citizen. (Honesdale, Pa.) 1908-1914, May 25, 1910, Image 5

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BIDS for bridge construction will
be received by tho County Commis
sioners at their olllce until 10 a. in.,
Juno 8, 1910, for the building of the
following concrete bridges: 42 feet
span over Holllster creek, Damas
cus; 32 feet span over Paupack
creek, near Holllstervllle; 10 feet
arch at White Mills. 1'lnns and
Specifications are on exhibition at tho
Commissioners' olllce. 41t3
1H. IIAKXKT GOLllEX, tho eye
specialist, will be at the Allen House
on Wednesday, May 25th, and at tho
Park View Hotel, Hawley, on Thurs
day, May 26th.
FOR SALE Ilonesdale National
Bank stock, 23 shares, or any part
thereof, at $1G5 per share. Warren
P. Schenck, Honesdale, Pa.
WANTED House or apartments
for small family. V, Citizen office. 2t
WAXTED A man to work on
farm. Apply to 1,. G. lloff, Cherry
Ridge. K. F. D. No. 2. 39to3.
FOR SAIjK House containing ten
rooms and bath, 30C Fourteenth
street, Honesdale. Dwelling in ex
cellent condition. All modern Im
provements. FRANK STEINMANtf
TWELVE muslin trespass notices
for $1.00; six for seventy-five lents.
Name of owner, township and law
regarding trespassing printed there
on. CITIZEN ottlce.
FOR SALE A walnut upholster
ed, parlor set of furniture consist
ing of sofa and two largo cnalrs. In
quire Citizen Office. tf
ALL KINDS of legal blanks, notes,
leases, deeds, warrants, bonds, sum
monses, constable bonds, etc. Citizen
There are 4,044 glass factories
in Germany, employing S9.C5S per
sons. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sonner are
happy because their home now has a
little daughter.
Scranton is to have a real sane
Fourth of July this year, and the
small boys will have to go elsewhere
to shoot their firecrackers.
A letter from Mrs. T. J. Ham
to one of her friends, says that her
husband, Judge Ham, who is at St.
Luke's hospital, in New York, Is
gaining in strength.
Rev. E. E. Davidson, the noted
New England evangelist, is now
conducting a series of revival meet
ings at Burdette, Schuyler county,
X. Y.
Hon. R. L. Burnett, of Strouds
burg, who has been visiting the
voters of jHonesdale, made a speech I
to the striking glass cutters which !
was well received, and made for
him many friends.
Harvey Huffman and Roger L.
Burnett, both of Stroudsburg, and
both candidates for tho nomination
for State Senator on the Democratic
ticket, were in town last week and
made a number of calls. Both have
numerous friends in this section.
Scranton is making an effort to
have the 1911 encampment of the
G. A. R. held In that city. It was
held there twenty-four years ago.
Twenty-four years from now few,
if any, of its members will be alive.
Augustus Smith, C. J. Smith,
wife and son Kerner, were in Han
cock, N. Y., last Tuesday In their
Cadallac touring car. The Messrs.
Smiths were on a tour Inspecting
their creameries In that section.
Hancock Herald.
Amazon Butler, of East street,
has purchased the Richard Budd
farm, about a mile beyond Carley
Brook, on the shore of Kellow Lake.
The farm contains ninety-five acres
of nearly all cleared land. Posses
sion given at once.
Dr. A. B. Stevens, of Scranton,
attended the quarterly Medical So
ciety's meeting Thursday last. A
banquet was served by Landlord
Lord and covers were laid for twenty-three.
Tho meeting was both In
structive and enjoyable.
Blanche Pearce will open a sow
ing school In the main building of
the Honesdale High school June 4th.
Girls nged from six years up will
o admitted. There will be two ses
,.ms weekly and more if attend-
f warrants.
State Treasurer Charles F.
k.ihiit has announced tho appoint
ment of Harry D. Jouos, of Montrose.
Busquehanna county, as cashier of
the State treasury. Ho succeeds Jos.
P. Gates, of Bedford, who will be re
tained as a clerk in tho department.
Hawley is to bo congratulated
on having a new cut glass factory.
Tho new concern will bo called tho
Wangum Cut Glass Co. Tho own
ers are three of Hawloy's enterpris
ing young men, who are practical
glass cutters. They have a largo
order from New York city which
will keep them busy some time.
Scattered ovor Scranton and Its
adjoining foreign colonies aro twen-ty-nlno
Immigrants of various na
tionalities who wore exposed to small
pox on their voyage to America.
They arrived in Philadelphia a few
days ago on a North German Lloyd
steamship from Bremen and camo
direct to Scranton. How they evad
ed quarantlno Is not known, but Sup
erintendent W. E. Keller of tho
Scranton bureau of health, was in
formed Friday ,of their presence In
the city and instructed to keep them
under close survellanco until May 26.
! Mr. and Mrs. Horace Noyes aro
' rejoicing over the arrival of a nice
I boy.
I The Honesdale National Bank
will be closed on Monday, May 30
Decoration Day.
I Miss Ina T. Babbitt, of Scrnn-
ton, who has been quite ill tho past
week, is Improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Church of
Eleventh street, are . rejoicing over
the arrival of a son that came to
mnke his home with them on Thurs
day last.
The graves of seventy-two vet
erans will be decorated In Glen Dy-
I berry cemetery, on Memorial Day,
' which Includes three soldiers of the
war of 1S12, one of the Mexican war
and two of the U. S. navy.
Do not fail to read the letters of
our special correspondent, Rev. Mr.
Gibbons, of Dunmore, who is writing
from Egypt and the far-off countries
of the East. It is a rare treat; you
should not miss them.
Denver, Colorado, was carried
by the "Wets" by a majority that in
close to 15,000, while the Initiative
and referendum, and the recall
amendment to constitution was car
ried by a good-sized majority.
On Monday evening Governor
Stuart entertained at dinner at the
! execution mansion, the members of
the Supreme Court of this State.
' Judge A. T. Searle, of Wayne coun
ty, was present as an invited guest.
! Professor Young used to say
' that if a comet should fall Into tho
earth, it would disturb its inhabi
tants thereof just as much as tho
dropping of a feather bed Into the
ocean would disturb tho whales.
Mr. and Mrs. Lorln Gale, of
Riverdale-on-the-Hudson, and their
two children, came to Honesdale on
Friday in their touring car, and are
stopping with Mrs. Gale's brother,
Mr. Charles Bentley.
Somebody has figured out that
the 20,000.000 miles of tail which
Halley's comet is displaying while
joy-riding in the heavens, weighs
less than half of one ounce. The
gasoline smell of some automobiles
weighs more than that.
An col, measuring over live
feet, cam-ed considerable excite
ment last Saturday noon, while It
lay under the uptown bridge sun
ning itself. Several persons tried
to catch the monster, but so far
as we have learned that trick was
We notice that the roll-call at
Mt. Gretna's school of Instruction
showed that Captain C. J. Kelly
and Lieutenant W. H. Mumford of
Company E. were present, and will
derive the benefits of the lectures and
demonstrations that were given
by the staff of experienced United
States Army officers.
The Hon. Charles R. Under
wood, who formerly lived in Wayne
county, but is now a resident of
Bloomfleld, New Jersey, has been
spending a few days at Hancock, N.
Y. His health is poor, and he con
templates going to Denver, Colo
rado, shortly, hoping that a change
of climate will benefit him.
The Patriotic Sons of America,
Washington Camp, No. 465, of Way
mart, and Camp No. 200 of Carbon
dale, will present to the management
of tho Pennsylvania State Hospital
for Criminal Insane at Farview, a
beautiful American (lag on May 30,
1910, Memorial day. The presenta
tion exercises will take place at
3 p. m.
Henry Martin, of Preston town
ship, has been re-appolnted District
Deputy Grand Master of the Inde
pendent Order of Odd Fellows for
Wayne county. The appointment
was made at the annual meeting of
the Grand Lodge at Williamsport
last week. The next meeting of the
Grand Lodge will be held in Wilkes
Barre. Fred R. Fertig, of Lebanon,
one of the staff of Prof. H. A. Sur
face, State Horticulturist, is engag
ed in giving practical demonstra
tions of spraying fruit trees in
this section. He stopped at Hotel
Wayne on Friday evening on ills
way to Waymart, where he gave a
demonstration at the orchard of
Hull Brothers.
To-night ' (Tuesday) "She
Stoops to Conquer," a live-act com
edy drama by Oliver Goldsmith,
will be presented at the Lyric by
local talent, personally directed by
Mrs. Ben. H. Dlttrlch, under thai
auspices of tho Young Men's Hebrew
Association of Honesdale. Judging
from the enormous salo of seats in
advance, the Lyric will no doubt bo
taxed to Its limit when tho first
curtain asconds on this well-known I
Major George Lllley (Pawneo
Bill), one of the proprietors of tho
Wild Woat show, now exhibiting In
tho northeastern part of Pennsyl
vania, arrived In Honosdalo Sunday
evening, and while hero visited somo
of our glass cutting factories, ex
tending his visit to tao Dorllingor
factories at Whlto Mills. While hero
Manager Sllverstono was very atten
tive In showing him every courtesy
by acting as a guldo and pointing out
tho prominent places of tho town.
By tho death recently of Mrs.
Sarah B. Streoter, of Towanda, a
fund of $100,000 left by tho lato
Hwy Streeter to tho Robert A.
Palter Hospital Training School for
Nurses, becomes available, and tho
Interest from this fund will bo used
tolmalntaln tho training school.
Ml. Streoter loft $3000 to tho Christ
Enscopallan Church at Montrose,
$W0 to tho Montrose Public Ll
briry, and a number of bequests to
reltives and friends.
Rev. Mr. Kummer of Scranton,
prenched morning and evening at the
Lutheran church last Sunday,
Bellevue Park opened lta sea
son Saturday evening with the pic
nic of the Maple City Fife and Drum
The Union Stnmp Shoe company
are progressing ratildly. having slx-
I teen hands employed, and will soon
have a nice line of sample goods to
show the shoe buyers.
The Seelyvllle Fire Company
ordered 1000 feet of hose, hose cart
and other fire fighting appliances,
nnd will soon be In shape to give
good fire protection to Seelyvllle.
Organizer Luckock was called to
Philadelphia last week on account
of a strike of the glass cutters In one
of the factories of that city. Ho Is
a very busy man.
On Friday evening of last week
the seniors entertained the sopho
mores, nnd tho freshmen the Juniors
nt the High school, ifefreshments
were served nnd dancing Indulged In.
Republican candidate for repre
sentative Fred. C. Relchenbncker
spent, a few days of last week In
Equlnunk and other towns along the
Delaware and Northern Wayne, ac
companied by his frlciiu, Millard F.
Friends and relatives of Miss
Mable Rodman of Hawley, have re
ceived Invitations to the graduation
exercises of the Jewioh Hospital, In
Brooklyn, from which Institution she
graduates on May 31st. Mls3 Rod
man secured f'.rst prize for general
Mrs. Frank S. Evans of West
street was completely surprised on
Snturday evening by a number of
her friends, who came to help her
celebrate her birthday. The evening
was pleasantly spent nnd after dainty
refreshments were served, all de
parted to their respective homes
wishing their hostess many more
happy birthdays.
There is no game that can
steadily attract so many spectators
during the entire course of Its sea
son as baseball. There Is no sport
that gives an opportunity for so
many of our younger boys to en
joy exciting, skilful and developing
exercise. In fact, to put it con
cisely, there is no game so well
adapted to the American boy and
Among the visitors in town last
week, were G. M. Cobb, Gravity;
Edward Goldbach and Isaac Sander
cock, of Hawley; Otto S. Pethlck,
Mllanville; Mrs. E. E. Billings, Mrs.
A. J. Parsons, Miss Isabella M. Bil
lings and Alson Lester, all of Equln
unk; Attorney William A. Tltsworth
of Montrose; and O. R. Leeds, I. F.
Hoyt, G. B. Tiffany, and Harry Young
all of Scranton.
A surprise party was tendered
at the home of Mrs. William C. Polt
on Friday evening, the occasion be
ing the 21st birthday anniversary of
her daughter, Miss Florence. Pro
gressive games and cards were In
dulged in. At 10 o'clock a sumptous
supper was served. Those present
were: Bertha Tuch, Catherine Wag
ner, Emma Box, Josephine Horzop-,
Elizabeth Polt, Olie Pflume, Anna
Shields, Florence Herzog, Mamie
Echer, Nellie Coggins, Lizzie Brady,
Bertha Herzog, Minnie Rose, Messrs.
Peter Kuhn, Will Hoefleln, Joseph
Reese, Fred Hoel, Walter Qulnlan,
Charles Klee, Leo Marman, Walter
Schiessler, Adam Fladerbach, Hen-y
Hoel, Julius Polt, Adam Van Drles
sen, Will Shoshoe, Wm. Kupfer,
Henry Dalles, Joseph Fladerbach,
William Polt, Michael Kane and
Edward McFadden and Jack Nahlln
of Carbondnle.
The town council held a meet
ing on Saturday to take into con
sideration any proposition that
might be offered towards bringing
the labor troubles to an end. An
invitation had been extended by the
secretary to the manufacturers and
to the striking workmen to attend.
The manufacturers were well repre
sented and had Attorney lloff to
present their side of the case.
They requested the town council to
have the men who were picketing
their factories dispersed; also want
ed to know if proper protection would
bo given to workmen who were will
ing to go to work. No definite ac
tion was taken as regards these re
quests. Tho manufacturers remain
ed until 9:30 at tho meeting, and the
workingmen not appearing, they left.
Shortly afterwards the organizer and
a commltteo of tho men appeared,
claiming they did not know what
hour tho meeting was to be hold.
Tho organizer Informed tho city fath
ers in a speech of tho great benefits to
Honesdale that would accrue from
unionism, and stated that Honesdale
was tho only place where tho manu
facturers had objected to having their
shoptfainionlzed. Ho defined a closed
shop as a place whoro only union
men would be allowed to work and
that ovory union shop must bo closed
on Saturday afternoons. Ho claim
ed that tho strike was caused by tho
manufacturers discharging union
man. The borough council, Charles
A. McCarty, gave a lengthy opinion
ns to tho responsibility of tho bor
ough in caBo nny violent measures
wero resorted to as against tho prop
erty or person of nny resident or
person doing business in tho bor
ough. This opinion was In respoiiBo
to a communication from Horbeck
Demer Co. that they had been In
formed that tholr property would bo
destroyed If tho demands of tho
strikers wcro not granted. Tho
opinion of Mr. McCnrty, when boiled
down was that tho council had no
right to borrow troublo; nor any
right to tako measures to prevent
troublo of this kind, but they could
employ policemen to maintain peaco
nnd order when occasion demanded
It. Tho council then adjourned.
The experiment of oiling the
road between Honesdale nnd Seely
vllle Is to be tried.
Dr. C. H. Small, pastor of the
Congregational church at James-,
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lunu, i, i., wus in iowh insi weeK
on a visit to his father, Reuben
W. W. Ham, or the New York
Sun, Is in town nnd has transferred
the property of Hon. Thomas J. Hnm
to George Taylor of Torrey, Pa., who I
will remodel the house to accommo
date two families. I
A. O. Blake and his brother
Benjamin, were thrown from a '
wagon while driving a pair of spirit
ed colts which ho had purchased at
Hoadleys. The former wns dragged
a considerable distance, Injuring his
hand. Horses and wagon were not
Invitations have been issued to
the coming wedding of Miss Gladys!
Jndwln to Albert Crane, which will 1
take place at the Jadwin residence, 1
BIrkett and Terrace streets, Carbon
dalo, on Wednesday, June Sth. The '
event will be a very quiet one, only
the Immediate rolatlves and a few
friends being invited. Miss Jadwin '
Is a niece of C. C. Jadwin. i
F. V. Westfall spent Sunday in
Charles P. Searlo spent Saturday
in Hawley On business.
R. M. fcalmon spent Tuesday 1j
Scranton on business.
William Krantz was a Scranton
business caller on Tuesday.
Joseph Westbrook was a business
caller in Scranton recently.
Miss Ethel Buckland, of Way
mart, spent Saturday in town.
Miss Alma Schueller has returned
from a short visit in Scranton.
Paul Loris of Scranton, was in
town on business on Saturday.
Will Mathey, of Scranton, spent
Sunday at his home here.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Brown visited
Carbondale relatives on Tuesday.
Miss Gladys Norris of Scranton,
is making a visit with friends here.
William Kallighan, of New York
City, is in town, visiting his sisters.
Miss Kate O'Conner of Hawley,
spent Monday with relatives here.
J. E. Staples, of Scranton, was a
business caller in town on Monday.
Mrs. F. C. Farnham recently
visited Mrs. F. M. Gilroy of Peck
ville. S. J. Rutledge, wife and daughter,
of Lookout, were recent Honesdale
Miss Elizabeth Rose is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Crockenberg of
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mumford have
been guests of Starucca friends re
cently. Miss Pauline Piatt, of New York,
spent a few days in Honesdale last
George E. Moore, of Scranton, was
in this place on Saturday last calling
on friends.
Grace E. Dunn, of Witkes-Bnrre,
is visiting relatives and friends in
this place.
Miss Georgeana Martin spent Sat
urday and Sunday with relatives in
Harry Warwick, of Pittsburg, is
visiting friends and relatives in the
Maple City.
.Mrs. Mary Simpson, of Keene, is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Lindsay
of Church street.
Miss Martha Volgt has returned
from an extended visit with her
brother in Hawley.
Miss Eva Griffin, of the I. O. S.,
Scranton, is visiting at her home on
South Main street.
Miss Nellie McGraw, of Pittston,
spent Sunday and Monday with her
friends in Honesdale.
Mrs. Mary Coar, of Scranton, was
the guest of Honesdale friends for
a few days this week.
Misses Cella Duff and Kathryn
McGraw returned from a visit with
Carbondnle friends.
Mr. Hnrvey Jackson and daugh
ter, Mrs. Leon Bly, of Carbondale,
spent Friday in town.
Carmen Strlano left on Sunday
for his homo in New York, after a
short business stay here.
Miss Annlo Reilly left on Tuesday
for Southport, Conn., where she
will remain for somo time.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Krantz nnd
dnughter of Carbondnle, were guests
of Honosdalo relatives on Sunday.
Miss Tosslo Gerrlty returned on
Monday morning from a several days'
visit with her brother In Scranton.
Mrs. AVilllnni Spencer and daugh
ter Alice, of Port Jervs, N. Y., aro
spending n few days In Honesdale.
Miss Bertha McKonna, ot Wllkes
Barre, is visiting at tho nomc of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Richards on East
Edward Katz and Otto Truscott,
of Honosdnlc,v wero callers in town
Thursday evening. Carbondale
Mrs. Bodle, of Dyborry, has been
spending somo tlmo at tho homo of
her sister, Mrs. G. M. Pierce, of
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hook of Cliff
streot, aro entertaining tho Misses
Toresa and Florence Polt of Scran
ton. Miss Minnie Rossmyer returned to
her homo in Carbondnlo after a
pleasant visit with her relatives In
Mrs. U. G. RIdgeway was a recent
visitor In Hawley.
Dr. F. W. Corson, of Wnymart wns
n caller-in town last week.
Miss Jessie RoblnEon visited In
Hawley a few days last week.
Kirk Rose, of Carbondale, spent
Sunday In town.
Charles W. Deln attended the cir
cus In Scranton on Mondny.
Miss Eva Harmes of Hawley, visit
ed Ilonesdale friends on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Simons were
In South Sterling on Saturday.
Mrs. Coo Durland Is cntertnlnlng
Mrs. W. T. Becker of Newark, N. J.
Mrs. J. T. McGjnness entertained
her. aunt, Mrs. James Mulligan, of
Hawley, on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Suydam went
to New York on Saturday, where
they will spend a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Blakney and
son James, motored to Liberty, N.
Y., on Sunday In their new car.
Edward Schuerholz, of Engle
wood, N. .1., is bpending a few days
In Honesdaie.
Amos Forrest, of Binghainton, N.
Y., was a business cnller In town
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Greene, who
have been at Ariel for a few days,
returned to town on Saturday.
Misses Ella Sharpstecn and Cora
Keen cnllcd on Hawley friends on
Mr. J. G. Geiser, agent for Megar
geo Bros. Paper House, was in town
on Monday and Tuesday.
Dr. and Mrs. Simons of South
Sterling were In town Inst week, hav
ing made the trip in their new auto.
Mrs. Jonas Katz returned Monday
from New York accompanied by her
daughter, Mrs. Ullman, of Baltimore,
Mrs. Arthur Bishop, of Scranton,
is spending some time with her par
ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Tnomns,
of Spring street.
Mrs. Emerson Knapp and daugh
ter, Orvilla, of Scranton, visited a
few days with Miss Rena Kellow,
of. Grove street.
H. P. Kellam and Dr. Frisbie, both
of Kellam, were in town on Friday
and Saturday, having made the trip
in the latter's new automobile.
Miss Hattie Alberty, who is em
ployed in Sidney, N. Y., spent Sunday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.
E. Alberty, of East Extension street.
Dr. A. J. Simons and wife, of
Newfoundland, came to town last
Thursday In their Bulck four-passenger
car and returned the same
Mrs. Edward Katz and daughter,
Katherine, have returned to their
home accompanied by the former's
mother, Mrs. Levy, with whom they
had been making an extensive visit
in Cleveland, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schueller, of
Berkley, Cal., arrived here on Tues
day. Mrs. Schueller will spend the
summer with her mother, Mrs. T.
Callaway, of Dyberry Place. Mr.
Schueller reports for duty at the New
York office of the National Elevator
and Machine Company Wednesday.
Miss Bessie Kelly and brothers,
Thomas and Frank, left on Sunday
for Baltimore, Md., where they
attended the graduation exercises of
the Baltimore City Hospital on Tues
day, May 24th, their sister, Miss
Mary, being among the graduates.
They were met in New York City
by Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Clune, who
also attended the exercises! Miss
Kelly will practice In Baltimore.
J O N E S Mrs. Gertrude Jones,
a former resident of Bethany, sister
of Mrs. H. N. .Miller, died at her home
in Scranton Sunday evening of dropsy ,
nnd heart disease. Mrs. Jones has I
been in poor health for the last four j
years, ner condition becoming serious
last week, when her relatives were
summoned. Her husband died about
seven years ago at Waymart, and
very soon after tho widow and
daughter, Bessie, moved to Bethnny.
A year ago they moved to Scranton.
On Mnrcli 1st Bessie was married to
William H. Collins of Aldenvllle, nnd
she survives her mother with other
relatives. Funeral will bo held Wed
nesday morning at eleven o'clock
from the M. E. church. Interment
will be made in the Bethany come
tery. M I L L II A M James Millham, i
one of Hnwloy's foremost men, died
Sunday morning, May 22, after a lin
gering Illness. Mr. Millham was
born In New Jersey in 1S31, and re-i
moved to Pike Co. with his parents !
when a boy of live years. Ho work
ed with his father on a farm situated
about two miles from Hawley until
ho was twenty yenrs of age, when ho
entered tho employ of William Conk
Hn of Hawley ns a clerk. Ho re
mained two years nnd then was em
ployed by Cromwell & Co., which
concern was conducted under tho
mnnagemont of Joseph Sollday, who ,
afterwards became solo proprietor.
During 1S62-5 ho was collector of i
revonue. In 1885 ho began business
for himself at tho lower ond of Haw- i
lay, his storo bolng near tho Hawley
Railroad dopot. Ho was elected on j
tho Republican ticket to tho State
Legislature In 18S0. Ho was a!
.Mason; a member of tho Presby
terian church; and at tho tlmo of his
donth President of tho Hawley Na
tional Bank; also President of the
Hawley Water Company. Ho was
married May 30, 1862, to Mary Dun
lap. Ho is survived by three daugh
ters, Eva, wife of W. D. Decker, Dun
more; Sarah E., wife of E. L. Sch-
lagT, Hawley; and Lucy, wife ot
Janes D. Ames, also of Hawloy. Mr.
Mil ham was highly respected by all
win knew him. Honest, upright,
courteous, nnd obliging, ho won his
wa Into the hearts of all with whom
he :ame In contact, and Hawley has
suffered a loss which will be keenly
felt by her citizens as well as by tho
maiy friends and acquaintances of
the deceased. The funeral was held
on Tuesday afternoon, Rev. Mr. Pet
erson, his pastor, ottlclating.
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Killing Antiseptic.
The little Hyomel (pronounced
Iligh-o-me) Inhaler Is mode of hard
rubber and can easily be carried In
pocket or purse. It will last a life
time. Into this Inhaler you pour a few
drops of magical Hyomel.
This Is absorbed by the antiseptic
gnuze within and now you are ready
to breathe It in over the germ in
fested membrane where It will
speedily begin Its work of killing
catarrah germs. Hyomel is made of
Australian eucalyptol combined with
other antiseptics and Is very pleas
ant to breathe.
It is guaranteed to cure catarrh,
bronchitis, sore throat, croup, coughs
and colds or money back. It cleans
out a stuffed up head In two min
utes. Sold by druggists everywhere and
by G. W. Pell. Complete outfit, in
cluding Inhaler and one bottle ot
Hyomel, $1.00. And remember that
extra bottles if afterward needed
cost only 50c.
To the Republican Voters of
Wayne County.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the Republican nomina
tion for Representative to the Gen
eral Assembly. If nominated and
elected I shall work and vote for
LOCAL OPTION nnd for any meas
ure that shall promise to better the
condition of the people and especial
ly those of Wayne county.
Tyler Hill.
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gerie and household
This wonderful assort
ment of
is now on full view in cur
store. Come in and
look it over.
may be different in many
points, but they will
agree, when it comes to
naming the store, where
the best dry goods are
Thoy will tell you this Is not only
the best for the turgor article but
also for all kinds of notions.