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THE CITIZEN, rill DAY, MAY 27, 1010.
A CHAT WITH
The commencement exercises In
connection with the High school will
begin by a service in tho Presbyter
Ian church on Sunday evening, May
29th. The baccalaureate sermon
will be delivered by Uev. William
Usher, of Unlondale. Special choir
to furnish music Tor Sunday evening
On Tuesday evening, May 3l8t'
a drama, "The Old New Hampshire
Home," will be given by the High
school pupils, under the direction
of Prof. Kennedy. Cast of charac
ters for play as follows:
Mr. WInthrope Will O'Hara
Mrs. WInthrope Sadie O'Neill
Edward Van Duscn .Prof. Kennedy
Oliver Stanhope .... Ralph Uenson
Zeb Walklns .... Clarence Moasc
Micky Mullins . . Harold Wildensteln
Moses Gazenskl . John Brcnnan, Jr.
Rawllngs Raymond Perham
Mable WInthrope . . Ruth Kennedy
Tilly Jennie Doyle I
Mullins Mildred Spencer
Dr. Wlvall's orchestra of Forest
City, will furnish music for the
drama. This orchestra will give an
impromptu concert beginning nt
7:30. Curtain will raise on iirst
act of drama promptly at S o'clock.
On Wednesday evening the grad
uating exercises will be neld. Re
side the pretty girl graduates, Supt.
Koehler will deliver an address, nnd
the Meredith Quartette of Carbon
dale are engaged to furnish tho mu
sic for that evening.
Social and festival on Thursday
Memorial day will be fittingly ob
served. Rev. Father McCarty has
been Invited to deliver an nddrsss.on
Prof, and Mrs. Dultiich entertain I
the senior class and a few friends Conner and Nichols,
at a reception at their home on , William Skinner of Jersey City,
Thursday evening of this week. was in town the first of the week re-
Mr. Charles Tainter. one of the newlng old acquaintances,
oldest residents of our town, died Mrs. Barney Skinner spent Tues
at tho home of his son Everett last , dny at Carley Brook.
Friday night. The burial took place Mrs. D. H. Beach entertained the
from tho Tainter home on Monday ladies' Aid Society at her home on
last, Rev. Schenk of the M. E. Wednesday afternoon of this week,
church, conducting the brief service. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Skinner spent
He leaves one son Everett and one
grandson, Willis Tainter. Mr. Taln-
ter was a man of peculiar views but
we have always heard him spoken '
. , . , . , , , ,
of as honest, honorable and kind, a
good neighbor nnd wortny citizen.
Long past three score aud ten years
he lived, but gone now to his final
I A number from here took in Buf
HAMLIN. ! fal BUI'" Wild West show at Scran-
In our notice of the convention of. to" -Monday. ,
the Loyal Temperance Legion, we ' Nearly all of the High schoo pu
stated that a silver medal contest Ps were out Sunday and Rev. Web-
would be held on May 31st, in the
evening, and owing to the large num
ber of contestants from the Legions
of the county, no medals woulu be
ghen. This should have read TWO
medals will be given.
Miss Emma May Buckingham
leaves to-day for Tanners Falls
where she will drill the L. T. L. con-
toctmUD fni- n Qllvm- molnl fnntnRt
to take place Friday. May 27th at '
that place. She will have charge of i
the drilling of the contestants from
Tanners Falls and Laurella who will I
compete for the silver medal at
Honesdnle, May 31st. ;
Owing to illness of Mrs. Maine,
Franc, her daughter Grace, has had
to give up her position as "Hello
Girl"" in the Central olllce. Carl
Stevens takes her place.
Georre Lawrence, Florence Boyce,
and Clara Basley were elected dele
gates to the Sunday school conven-1
tion at South Sterling, May 24th.
Tho W. fi. T. U. will meet at the 1
home of Mrs. D. W. Edwards Friday
afternoon, May 27th.
Mrs. Eugene Chapman Is slowly
recovering from a serious illness.
Although much improved at this writ-
ing, It will be some time before she
will be able to walk. 1
Mrs. Salinal Jones has returned to1
her home after a few days' visit at''ier naving visueu relatives in us
Dr. Stevens, accompanied by Dr. ilnu 'ston lor a lorinigiu.
O. J. Mullen, of Holllsterville, at-! P. B. Pennell, who went to Wil
tended the Wayne County Medical Hamsport as a representative of the
Snclctv nt. Hnnosdule last week. iLakovlllo Lodge, No. 1101, I. O. O. F.,
Memorial day exercises will bo con-
ducted In the M. E. church at
o'clock, May 30th.
Miss Edna Chumard, our popular
elocutionist, will recite both after
noon aud evening nt the L. T. L.
convention at Honesdnle. Miss Chu
mard won the diamond medal nt a
State convention a few years ago.
Mrs. Charles Locklln recently en
tortained her mother, Mrs. George
Kimble, of Hawley.
Miss Nellie Welsh, of Tafton, spent
Sundny at her homo here.
Samuel Miller, of Baltimore Medi
cal College, Is homo for tho summer
Mrs. J. Martin, of New York City,
Is the guest of E. H. Alpha and fam
ily. Miss Mary Smith, of Scrantpn, Is
home for a time,
Mrs. David Do Groato died at her
home at this placo on Saturday, May
21st. Interment was made.. In Pnu
pac cemetory on Monday, Rpv. H. T.
Mrs. Robert Balsley and family,
Mr, nnd Mrs. O. Whitney and Edw.
Lovelass of Sterling, camo homo on
the lGth to cedebrato their father's
Charles Daniels has a very sick Alva .Masker, at Uswlck. She re
horse. - I turned to her home at Cobb's Mills
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Carefoot recent-! on Saturday.
ly entertained Mrs. Mary Kimble, Mr. '
and Mrs. Itoyal Spangenberg, of LOOKOUT.
Katie Daniels who, for some time, ,
has hccn undcr tho door'8 cnrc 's
' ' Gu'0 returned on Satur-
after attending the Orond Lodge
at Wllllamsport ns a delegate for '
Hlldegard Rebekah Lodge.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Mosher spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. P. Wood-
ward at Honesdale. ,
asusiu oenruuer recently spem a
time with her sister
Children's Day services will be held
nt this place on June 19th In the,
Rev. H. T. Purklss will prench a '
special sermon on Mcmorinl Day. All
old soldiers are heartily Invited to i
n.tttend n"er which will be held the
Harlow Locklln is home from I
Marshwood for the summer season.
W. T. James, son Harry, nnd a
friend of East Orange, N. J.. Mr. and
Mrs. S. K. James, sons Lelnnd nnd
Harold, were recent visitors of La
fayette James and family.
Mr. Walter Sampson spent n few
days In New York recently.
Miss Florence C. Skinner was a
recent guest nt Dr. W. W. Appley's
home at Cocliecton.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Inderlald of
Cocliecton, visited Mrs. D. H. Beach
.Mrs. Mary Appley has returned to
her Damascus home, after spending
the winter with her sisters, Mesdames
Sunday at Beach Lake.
Miss Gladys McCullough has been
accepted, and has received her cap
at the New York Training School for 1
Collector Boyd was In town on I
sier jiruiicuuu lo a mil nuuse iruni
the text, "It might have been sold."
The commencement exercises will be
held to-morrow night.
Floyd Cross returned from Wyo-,
rr.'.r.g Seminary Saturday, accompan- J fancy, white, 14ftc; colored. 14ic; aver
ied by his room-mate, Miller, and on ! ago prime, 14y,al4Hc; fair to good, 13a
cinmlnv Hnmnr Roll nf Avlnl ni,1 n 1 UW common. 10al2c. ; old. as to quality,
bunuaj Homer ucn 01 Aiiei anu ,, . HI,AniniH. i2Un- nne. wao.
1 Mr. Hill of Hartford, took dinner
j with him. The boys are all students
at Wyoming Seminary,
George Gilpin expects soon to move
to Coolbaugh township.
At N. L. Cross' store Saturday a
number paid their cash road tax and
next Saturday is the last day for
nnvfncr it nnrl troitmr tho Fi nor fiii,i
rebate. The supervisors are prepar-
ing to put in an arch bridge at Wal-
ter Musgrave's creek. I
It will quit no much liottnr in t-iko ,
it will suit us mucii hotter to uko
a look at that invisible comet in the
evening than to have It disturb our j
enrlv niornlnc clumbers I
tnri morning -lumoers.
T,r.,,,ToTr c t a t-otttt t t-.
USWICK & LAKEVILLE
Quarterly meeting will be held at
the M. E. church at this place on Sun-
dny. May 29th. As our district ru
perintendent, Rev. Boyce, wili not be
able to be present, he has appointed
jour Pastor, Rev. H. T. Purklss, to con-
"ucl ul KU" 1LU-
D. Bartleson has returned home
wick, Lakevllle, Hawley, Honesdale
. ,, , , . , m. .
t0 tne Grand Lodge, returned home
on 1 nursuay evening.
A great excitement prevailed at
Uswlck on Thursday evening when n
lire was discovered burning briskly In
Mr. F. M. White's fields at this place.
An alarm of fire was sent over tho
telephone for the fire waruen, Chns.
Daniels, and messengers were sent
to nearby neighbors, and soon thero
were nine or ten men at work with
buckets nnd a sprayer. In nbout
three hours tho fire wns under con
trol, and left for tho night, but It took
the warden and one man until noon
tho next day before It was all ex
tinguished. It did no particular
damage, but ns It was so near tho
largo tract of woods It might have
donp considerable damage if tho men
had not responded very promptly to
tho nlarm of fire.
Mrs. David Degroat, of Fowler
town, waB burled to-day nt one
o'clock nt tho Paupac cometery.
F. R. Olmsted went to MUford last
Monday to vlBlt his aged mother who
Is critically 111 and qulto feeble, as
sho Is 8G years old,
Mrs. A. Goblo has returned from
Wllllamsport where she attended tho
Rebeknh assembly ns representative
of Hlldegard Rebekah Lodgo of
John D. Jordena returned from
Philadelphia on Tuesday of Inst week.
IIo hns disposed of tils property In
, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Tho farmers hnvo nearly finished
their planting In this vicinity. Tho
crows arc very busy. They seem to
think It Is time to harvest the corn
Instead of just planting It.
Mrs. Il.mlol .1 mm I turn annul llin
pn8t Week with her daughter, Mrs.
Mrs. David Stalker and daughter
nf Kiinma nmi MUa v.mmn snii,.
of Brarann, attended the Ladles' Aid
nt JIr3 g j itutieUgc on Thursday
LaFord Teeplo and Orvls Rutledge
8pent the flrst pftrt of the week nt
Sadle "Lanef of Scranton, recently
spent n few daya wIth her aunt
Mrs j. Q lmh
Lizzie Osborne, who snont the nimt.
yfee wjtn ncr aunt( ljzzi0 Burke,
at Galilee, returned to her home nt
thIs plnco on Sunday,
IX UNKNOWN GRAVES.
Who they were none knew;
What they were all know,
So In our minds we will name them
So In our hearts we will cover them
i Think of thoSe far-away heroes of
And cover them over with beautiful
i When the long years have crept
E'en to the dnwn of earth's funeral
I Then the glad ear of each war-
Proudly shall hear the good Judg
ment "Well done."
Blessings for garlands shall cover
Parent and husband and brother
God will reward these dead heroes
And cover them over with beautiful
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Closing Stock Quotations.
Money on call today was 3 per cent:
tlmo money and mercantile paper un
changed In rates. Closing stock quota
tions on the New York exchange May 25
Amal. Copper.. 03 Norf. & West...l0'.'?4
Atchison 108V4 Northwestern ..151
vu'-W'-r" unit nB.iinr' ..."""m
v, f, r 111' 1 T T ,4,
ches. & Ohio.!! Rock island 42i
C..C..C.& St. L. 5 St. Paul..... m
D. & H 1"3 Southern Pac. .1:514
Erie.......!. 25 Southern Ry....
Gen. 'iHectrlc..'.' 143 South. Ry. pf!!! 62
111. Central 133 Sugar 122H
Int.-Met 20 Texas Pacific... 31H
Louis. & Nash.. 1 Union Pacific. ..18!U
Manhattan 13G U. S. Steel 82
Missouri Pac... 71 V. S. Steel pr...US
N. Y. Central.., HD'i West. Union 63
BUTTER Firmer; receipts, 18,003 pack
ages; creamery, specials, per lb., 29o.; ex
tras, 2SHc; thirds to firsts. 2Ga28c; stats
dairy, finest, 28c; common to prime, 23V4a
27c; process, specials, 26c; seconds to
extras, 23aVtC. ; factory, seconds to firsts,
i:Ha23V4c. ; Imitation creamery, 24a5c
ull cream. ''. 8)eclals. I5al5c:
CHEIS3E ateaay; receipts, doxcs;
lie; fair to good, 7?4a9Hc; common. 5Vja
Hid full skims, 2Via3c
EGGS Weak; receipts, 35,093 cases;
state, Pennsylvania and nearby, hennery,
white, 24a2Cc; gathered, white, 22VialSc. ;
hennery, brown, 23a23',4c. ; gathered, brown.
2U4aHc; fresh gathered, storage packed
selections, 21a22c; regular packed, extra
firsts, 21a211,4c; firsts. 17a20c.
DRESSED POULTRY-Steady; fresh
killed turkeys, western, hens, average
p"-; "m ?' S Jtl. PhVmu
pnia fancy, per pair. 65aS0c; Philadrl-
phla. fancy. 4 lbs. to pair and under, per
lb- 4Cc-'- Pennsylvania, fancy. 4 lbs. to
and waer ,b 33c . towls ,,ry
packed, western, boxes, is lbs. and over
to dozen, i9c; so to 42 lbs. to dozen. i;',sc. .
lccd- western, barrels. 4 lbs. and over
t lg(j . smaU n, . poor tQ far UaK(,
How to Keen Gold Embroidery Bright.
Gold embroidery is apt to cause
mauy misgivings when a satin evening
gown decorated in tins munuer is
brought under review. However care
fully the dress has leeu protected by
soft tissue paper opaque, black paper
which is sold for the purpose-the
smallest hole whore air could enter
will have had the effect of tarnishing
the embroidery. To clean the gown
is, however, fairly simple, ordinary
stains being easily removed by rub
bing the satiu all over with stale bread
crumbs which have been sifted with n
little powdered blue. To remove
cruraos anu powuer a inorougu huuk
lug will be necessary, together with
flicking with a clean handkerchief,
the rubbing being repeated where nec
essary. For the gold embroidery there
la nothing so useful as crimson velvet.
A small piece should always be kept
nt hand, and both before the com
mencement of tho season and also on
taking off the gown each time It Is
worn tho velvet should bo rubbed
briskly ovor the surface until the orig
inal sheen Is reproduced.
BAMMED STEAMER SINKS.
Crew of Vessel Escapes After Disaster.
No Lose of Life.
Rockland, Me., May LU Tho paBscii
gcr steumer James T. Morse, which
piles between Rockland and Bar Har
bor, was sunk at her berth by the
Boston-Bangor steamer Belfast. No
Uvea were lost, but twenty-two of the
crow on U10 Morso had narrow es
capes. Tho Belfast was only slightly dam
aged and proceeded to Bangor.
Both vessels are tho property of tho
Eastern Steamship company.
Tho sunken boat was named for nn
undo of Churles W. Morse, tho for
mer New York banker, who wns head
of tho company.
KILT TO FLAG.
American Vessels Boarded,
by Madriz's Men. j
GUNBOATS EXPECTED TO ACT.
8teamshlp Dictator Reaches New Or
leans With Complaint--8chooner
Esfuerzo Searched Hard Fight
ing at Bluefields.
New Orleans, Mny 20. Tho steam
ship Dictator arrived here from Bluo
fieWs, Nicaragua, with the complaint
that sho was captured at tho latter
point by tho Madrlz man-of-war Max
imo de Jnurez, lately the Venus of
Now Orleans, and her mails rifled nnd
provisions tnken up by the Mndrlz
Captain Gilmer of tho United States
gunboat Pnducnh compelled the Venus
to release the Dictator and return the
United States mall bags she had cap
tured. Ihe Mndrlz sailors on tho Venus
were said to be hnlf starving and
made for the pantry, where they soon
A large number of them were prison
ers from Corn Island nnd were threat
ening to desert unless they were fed.
The Venus attempted to capture the
Hiram, which wns loaded with guns
and ammunition for the revolutionists,
but failed. It is understood that the
latter have hired the steamer Utfttoln,
from New Orleans, nnd will convert
her into a gunboat so as to lucrense
the revolutionary navy nnd be able to
meet the Mndrlz navy on equal terms.
Bluefields. Nicaragua, Mny 2(5. A Ni
caraguan government force from the
gunboat Venus boarded and searched
the American schooner Esfuerzo, fly
ing the stars and stripes. The nctlon
wns In defiance of a ruling from Wash
ington that the Venus had forfeited
her right of search.
Following the search the Venus nnd
the other NIcaraguan gunboat, San
Jacinto, were seen approaching the
Bluefields bluff. The Americnn gun
boats Pnducnh and Dubuque were ly
ing off Bluefields, and It was expected
hero that their commanders would
take prompt action.
Bluellelds, Nicaragua, May 20, via
Wireless to Colon. Fighting to the
Inst ditch, the Estrada army is bat
tling with the Mndrlz forces in an ef
fort to save Bluefields and prevent
the capture of tho customs house on
the bluffs, tho gate to tho port. All
night the gunners of both armies kept
up the duel which started Monday
night. The Mndrlz forces, repeatedly
charged the first division of the Estra
da forces, but were driven back.
Madrlz has had the advantage
throughout the engagement, ns his
base of supplies at Greytown Is keep
ing well lu touch with the army, and
re-enforcements are rushed to the
front, taking the place of men killed
The steamer Venus lauded r00 men
below the bluffs of the customs house
lu tho night and bombarded the gov
ernment building. It Is believed the
customs house was wrecked.
Americans operatlnf. machine guns
have so far 'saved the Estrada forces
The division under General Mena Is
well Intrenched, and the American
troops keep up a constant fire with the
rapid lire guns.
Estrada Issued a statement to U
men expressing confidence of victory,
but It is believed Madrlz will eventu
ally force his surrender. In that event
Madrlz plans to advance to the city
limits of Bluefields nnd demand that
Commander Gilmer of the United
States gunboat Pnducah give htm per
mission to enter the city.
San Juan del Stir, Nicaragua, May
2(i. A report bus been received here
from government sources of the complete-
defeat of the insurgents at Blue
Washington, .Mny 20. The cable
news that the steamship Venus held
up and searched the American steamer
Esfuerzo near Bluelields is regarded
gravely by the administration, which
is committed to tho establishment of a
stable government In Nicaragua.
No Concerted Action Toward Reducing
Interest on Savings Probable.
New York, May 2(1. Members of tho
Savings Banks' Association of the
Stato of New York assembled hero to
day for their annual convention. It Is
said that no concerted action will be
taken toward reducing the rate of In
terest on deposits. The prevailing 4
per cent rate will still obtain, although
Rome of the banks Individually un
doubtedly will follow the Uulou Dime,
which announced 11 reduction to 3Va
per cent on deposits for tho series end
lug Juno SO. These, however, will be
west side Institutions, It Is believed.
The Emigrants, Bowery, Germau and
Bentnau's do not contemplate nny re
duction. Couldn't Forget It.
"Saturday night somo mtscrcaut lug
ged off a wholo cord of my wood, and
somehow 1 can't forget about it," de
"Uavo you tried to forget it?" In
quired his friend.
"Yes. Sunday morning I went to
church, hoping I could get It off my
mind, and before I had been thero llvo
minutes tho choir started In sluglng
Tho Lost Chord,' so I got out."
LINDEH M A N Wm. Llnder- j
man, aged 81 years, died Thursday, I
May 24th. He was one of the oldest 1
residents of Honesdnlo and vicinity, j
Ho is survived by his wife and two ,
W E L L S Andrew J. Wells, of
Fairfax, Iowa, died May 14, ID 1 0,
aged S2 years. He lived In this
county at one time, nnd wns n glass
blower for W. H. Brookfleld. He
was an old veteran, serving In the
179th Regiment, Pennsylvania Vol
unteers. One brother, Francis A.,
of Beach Lake, and two half-brothers,
Stephen F. of Honesdale, and
Philip, of Pink, survive him.
LEMNITZER Ernest F.
Leinnltzer died nt his homo on West
street on Wednesday morning, May
25th, 191U, of a complication of dis
eases. Deceased was born In Ger
many on July 25, 1837, and came
to America at an early age. He was
a veteran of tho Civil war, being a
member of Co. C, 102nd Regiment.
Ho Is survived .by his wife, one
son, William, and one daughter,
Mrs. Joseph Selbert, both of this
place. Funeral will take place on
Friday at 3 o'clock; interment in the
German Lutheran cemetery.
Through the Cracks.
When the celebrated divine Edward
Irving was on a prenchhig tour In
Scotland two Dumfries men of decid
ed opinions went to hear hhn. When
they left the hall one said to tho other:
"Well, Willie, what do you think?"
"Oh," said the other contemptuously,
"the man's cracked!"
The flrst speaker laid a quiet hand
on his shoulder.
"Will," said he, "you'll often see a
light peeping through a crack."
A Poor Player.
Griggs So you got home from the
club t midnight. Well, I suppose you
told wide you had to work late at the
olllce. Played upon her sympathies,
eh? Briggs Well or; yes, but cither
her sympathies were out of tune or
I'm a darned poor Instrumentalist.
Good and Sufficient Reascn.
Editor But, my good fellow, why do
you bring this poem to me? Impecuni
ous One Well, sir. because I hadn't a
stamp, sir. London Tatler.
INCREASE TERM OF OFFICE.
Orfe of Dana's Resolutions Passed In
creasing Terms of Legislators.
Albany. N. Y May 20.-Assembly-mnn
Charles A. Dana of New York
succeeded in getting but one of his se
ries of proposed constitutional nmend
menU passed by the assembly. By a
decisive vote the concurrent resolution
Increasing the terms of olllce of sena
tors from two to four years and the
terms of assemblymen from otie to
two years was adopted nnd was hus
tled over to the somite.
The assembly killed Mr. Dana's
propositions to amend tho constitution
(o give the governor and lieutenant
governor four year terms of olllce and
creating biennial sessions of the legls
Intiiro REGISTER'S NOTICE. Notice is
hereby given that the accountants
herein lmmeit have settled their lespective
uccouius 111 iiieomic 01 me licyisier or w ins
of Wayne County. I 'a., and that the siimu will
be presented at the Orphans' Court of said
county for continuation, at ;he Court Houmj
in Honesdale. 011 the third Monday of
June next viz:
Account of Emma W. Harvey, ex
ecutrix of the estate of Emma W.
First and final account of Leslie
Van Deusen and Frank Van Deusen,
executors of the estate of Carrie E.
First and final account of E. E.
Wlllinms and Alonzo J. Williams,
executors of the estate of John Wil
First nnd llnal account of Ellen
Thompson, administratrix of the es
tate of John H. Thompson, Hawley.
First and final account of Alsup V.
Tyler, administrator of the estate or
Emily Wilcox, Damascus.
First and llnal account of James
Plenty Of Good
Don't buy just the ordinary everyday lum
ber when you can get somo of our beau
tiful, soft and clear grain
Yellow Pine Flooring, Ceiling,
Siding, Casing, Basing, Etc.
at the same price as you'd pay for inferior
We also carry a full line of
Hardwoods, Cedar Shingles, Lath,
Plaster, Cement, Fencing, Posts, Etc.
"Quality and Prompt Service"
goes with all sales we make. Come and in
spect our complete stock and see for yourself.
RETAIL LUMBER YARDS
McDIne, administrator of tne estate
of Jacob Evorly, Paupack.
First and final account of W. B.
Gulnnlp, administrator do bonis non
cilin- tcstnmento nuncio of the estate
of Fred.er.ick Buddenhagen, Berlin.
. Flrst.and final account of J. J. Mc
Cullough, administrator of the es
tato of Watson E. Beach, Damascus.
First and flnnl account of M. j.
Hnnlnn, executor of the estate of
Mary L. Moule, Texas.
First and final account of F. A.
Ehrhardt, Jr., executor o fthe estate
of H. J. Sleg, Droher.
First and final account of E. A.
Richardson, administrator of the es
tate of Frank Mngalskl, Prompton.
First nnd flnnl account of Joseph
P. McGarry, guardian of Leo F. Mc
Garry, a minor child of Patrick Mc
First and final account of Emellne
E. Smith, administratrix of the es
tate of Nicholas Smith, Clinton.
First and final account of Ezra
Bishop, administrator of the estate
of George Bishop, Berlin.
First and final account of F. P.
Kimble, executor of the estate of
Henry D. Smith, Honesdale.
First and final account of Harvey
S. Brown and John D. Miller, exe
cutors of the estate of Estella B,
First and partial account of Nellie
Woodward, administratrix of the es
tate of c. H. Woodward, Hawley.
First and final account of George
M. Cohh, George McKlnney and John
F. Sautz, executors of the estate of
Usual Cobb. South Canaan.
First and final account of Johanna
lloff, executrix of the estate of Henry
Iloff, Cherry Ridge.
First and final account of John H.
GrolnMi-h, administrator of the estate
of John Gromlich, Lake.
So nnd and final account of Wil
liam II. Prossor, guardian of Llda
Baker, by May Belle Hudson, execu
trix of the estate of illiam H.
Sei ond and final account of E. A.
Penniman, administrator of the es
tate of Francis B. Penniman, Hones
dale First and final account of A. T.
Searh- and E. C. Mumford, adminis
trators of the estate of Harley E.
Fleming, Cherry Ridge.
E. W. GAMMELL, Register.
Register's Office, Honesdale. May 2o.
JOSEPH N. WELCH
The OLDEST Fire Insurance
Agency in Wayne County.
Office: Second floor Masonic Build
ing, over C. C. Jadwin's drug store.
We have the sort of tooth brushes that are
niiiile to thoroughly cleanse nnd save the
Tt ey nrc the klrii thnt clean tilth v ithou
em liie vour mouth full of bristle.".
We recommend those costlnt: 8ft cents o
inure, as we can guarantee them mid will re
nl ice. free, mi.v that show defects of tniinii
fa ture within three months.
O. T. CHAHBER5.
Opp- l & H. Statlun HONCSDALU, I'A
Lumber Here pg
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