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TUB CITIZEN, Fill DA V, SEPT. JO, 1010.
CENT A WORD COLUMN!
FOK SALE OH 11BNT A houso on
Wood nvonuo. For particulars
Inquire of Mrs. M. J. Kelly, 1704
Wood nvenuo. 70elC
TRY a lG-cent hot lunch, served at
Hcuninnn's restaurant from 11.30
to 1.30 p. m.
AVOMAN WANTED for kitchen. Good
wages. Houmnnn's Restaurant.
WANTED A good licensed com
mercial hotel, 25 to 30 rooms.
Must bear Investigation. Send full
particulars by letter. Address Com
mercial, Gramercy Hotel, Asbury
Park, N. J. 3t eol.
FOK SALIC Kelly & Stelnman
brick factory building, Including en
gine, boiler and shnftlng. Inquire of
J. B. Iloblnson. COtf.
The last drum corps picnic and
danco for the season comes Satur
day night nt Hellovue park.
Miss Payne, an experienced mis
sionary from Mexico, will spenk in
the Methodist church Sunday morn
ing. Joseph A. Fisch lias bought of
F. W. Kreltncr the house on Tenth
street In the rear of the Farmers
& Mechanics bank. Terms private.
- Married, at the Presbyterian
mnnse Wednesday evening by the
Rev. W. II. Swift, Miss Gertrude
Lutz of Seelyvillc and Fletcher
Freer of Prompton.
Rev. Thomas J. Gardland of
Philadelphia, .secretary of the third
missionary department, will speak
In Grace Episcopal church Sunday
next at 10.30 a. m. and 7.30 m.
All are invited.
Rev. Thomas J. Garland of
Philadelphia will speak at the ser
vice in the White Mills churclf Sun
day at 3 p. m., also at the' Indian
Orchard schoolhouse for 15 minutea
at 2.30 p. m. All are invited.
Graham Watts, J. E. Cook, P.
R. Collum, H. Wilson, Samuel Found,
Charles Avery, Joel G. Hill, Daniel
Kimble, Louis Lybolt and David
Wilcox, members of Capt. Ham
Post, G. A. R., will go to the Nation
al Encampment at Atlantic City Sat
urday. The Knights of St. Paul of
Grace Episcopal church meet tonight
at 7.30. Saturday they start from
the church at 2 p. m. for a walking
trip of about four miles, on which
they will be taught some of the prin
ciples of the Boy Scout movement.
AH boys and young men are invited.
John Fox, who came In from
Lake Lodore Tuesday and got
stewed twice the same day, was
gathered in by the police and
brought before Mayor John Kuh
bach, who fined him $5 and costs,
a total of 8, and told him to be
good in future. Fox Went back to
Interesting services Will be held
at the Methodist church Sunday.
Miss Ella E. Payne of Puebla, Mex.,
will be the speaker and Mrs. A. C.
Tolley of Blnghamton, N. Y., will
sing both morning and evening.
The second quarterly conference of
this church will be held at 7.30
With such long trains as the
Erie is now running, and so few
trainmen to man, it is no wonder
robberies of freight cars are fre
quent. How can it be otherwise with
the idle, the vagabond, the profes
sional thief lying in every nook
waiting for Just such an opportun
ity? Port Jervls Union.
The last Irving Cut Glass-National
Elevator hall game is set for
Sunday at 2.30 at Bunnell's pond.
The Machinists won last Sunday's
game. They say they are going to
get this one. There will be social
features this time, it is expected,
for F. W. Bunnell, who knows how,
is going to serve a dinner and make
Secretary Wilson says that 1009
was the most prosperous year that
agriculturists have ever experienced
in this country. Eleven years ago
the value of the agricultural products
of the country was $4;417,900,000;
last year the aggregate was $S,7G0,
000,000. almost double. Right In
this connection it will bo in order
for President J. J. .Hill to explain
why all our agricultural products
are needed at home when our popu
lation lias increased only about 10,
000,000 in the last decade.
A flower show will bo held
Friday at 3 p. in. in the High
school building. At this time the
results of the seed sold to school
children by the Honesdale Improve
ment association will bo exhibited
and prizes awarded as follows: Ono
for the best bouquet of ono vnrlety
of flowers, ono for the prettiest bou
quet, one for the greatest varfbty of
flowers grown by one person. A
first and second prize will bo given
for the best quality of vogetablos
rai-ed. The public is cordially In
vited. A number of public-spirited citi
zens havo been demonstrating the ef
fectiveness of the split-log drag on
the Snydorvlllo road, Just beyond the
borough, line, to tho spoke factory,
across by tho covered bridge and
down tho Bartonsvillo road as far as
the stone- bridge. This road was
gone over In July and now again af
ter tho recent rains, which Is tho time
to uso It, says a Stroudsburg paper.
It Is only necessary to drive over this
road, gone over In a day, and com
pare It with nny approach to tho
town. It is smooth, dry and with
out a mud hole. Tho keynote of its
success is that tho wator cannot
stand on its surfaco because It is
levoled and evenly sloped. It Is be
yond question tho cheapest, fastest,
most effectivo road-raaklng of tho
day. Every supervisor In this county
should see for himself and every In
dividual taxpayer Insist on Its uso
as ho is sure to do once having
seen its work.
Wild gcoso are being shot near
Fnlrvlow lake, Pike county'.
A National newstand has ar
rived to bo sot up In tho railroad
There will bo a enko salo at
the Baptist church on Friday nf
tcrnoon. Tho population of Port Jervls
Is announced ns 9,314. In 1900 it
was 9.3S5. j
Rov. and Mrs. Samuel Tolley I
will celebrate their 50th anniversary
Another of tho scries of popu
lar weekly dances will be hold at
Lyric hall Friday evening. j
Public service will bo held on
Sunday afternoon next at Dyborry
Uoptlst church nt 2.30 o'clock.
Rev. G. S. Wendell will prench.
Tho $30,000 addition to the
Pittston Y. M. C. A. will bo built
by Walters and Bellman, tho Scran
ton contractors who are to put up
tho Honesdale armory.
Tho squirrel and partridge sea
son opens Oct. 1 and lasts until Nov.
30 In New York. Tho open season for,
skunks begins Nov. 1, but they may
be killed before that'tlmo If injuring
property or creating a nuisance.
Division Chief Game Protector
Leggo of Blnghamton, N. Y., Is go-'
lug to send a corps of Inspectors
through Sullivan county to stop the
alleged snaring of partridge and oth
er violations of the game laws.
At tho First Baptist church
services will be held on tho next 1
Lord's day at 10.30 a. m. and 7.30 j
p. m. The pastor will preach at
both services. Bible school at 11.45
and Young People's meeting at
Mayor A. L. Sahm of Carbon
dale motored to Honesdale today to
talk over witli Mayor John Kuhbach
the possible purchase of the Hen
drlck Hook and Ladder company's
equipment by the borough of Hones
dale. That wasn't exactly a Joy ride
which School Commissioner Hall of
Narrowsburg took through here in
his hupmobile Friday, but ho was
no doubt glad to be towed to a gar
age for repairs to his car, which for
some reason refused to run alone.
Jeffersouvillo (N. Y.) Record.
The Ladies' Aid society of St.
John's Lutheran church yesterday
afternoon celebrated Its eighteenth
anniversary. The meeting was
largely attended and was an un
qualified success. After spending
several hours in a social way tho
members sat down to tables well
laden with good things.
The Business Men's meeting
Wednesday night discussed the liti
gation in which the association has
for some time been involved and a
new lawyer will be retained to suc
ceed the late O. L. Rowland, who
was looking after the association's
interests. A supper will be held
at the nexft meeting. -
The Wayne County Medical
society ate dinner at the Allen house
today and heard Dr. Miner of
Wilkes-Barre read a very full and
comprehensive paper on "Tubercu
losis." As one result of this discus
sion of a serious problem for medi
cal men there will be a tuberculosis
clinic shortly, at which two patients
from Dr. H. B. Ely's private hospital
aro expected to appear.
There is a dip in the walk on
Church street Just north of the Lu
theran parsonage and every time a
hard rain comes there is a puddle
15 feet long, four or five feet wide,
and maybe flvo to seven inches deep.
This grade, people who have fre
quent occasion to pass that way
remark, ought to he raised without
delay. Tuesday night the pond was
very much in evidence and everybody
passing had to beat it out into the
muddy street or else deploy into tho
wet grass on the open lot side of the
Robert M. Dorln, whose "Kid"
orchestra plays better and better
every time the youngsters get to
gether, said today that tho "Kid"
band is a possibility for another
summer. The band, Mr. Dorln ad
ded, can he put together much more
readily than tho orchestra. From a
great many people there have como
to Mr. Dorln warm words of com
mendation for his skilful drilling of
the boys and girls. Tho Juvenile
orchestra seems to bo a success. The
band, if there is to bo one, doubt
less will prove equally interesting.
Hank Doudlcan of Carbondale,
the star third baseman of the
Bloomsburg team In the Susquehan
na league, met with an accident
whllo practicing at Archbald on Sun
day that will keep hi in out of the
game for a couple of weeks. Doudl
can was engaged to pUiy the third
sack for tho Jermyn team against
Archbald and when batting out
flies was struck on the ear and quite
badly injured. The ear bled pro
fusely. He was treated by an Arch
bald physician. Doudlcan has Hones
dale friends. Ho went with tho
Honesdale team on that July trip
through Sullivan county when
Honesdale played Walton, Hancock
and Liberty. Ho Is an excellent
man on third base.
The Port Jervls (N. Y.) Gazetto
has a word of caution nbout the oil
ing of streets and roads. Tho Ga-
zotte is an oil paper, but it does not
want tho street gummed up witli oil.
It says: Tho methods pursued in var
ious communities, (Port Jervls not
excopted) of oiling the roads, is be
ing condemned wherever It Is done
in tho profuse distribution of the
stuff to tho detriment of pedestrians
and vohiclos. Complaints of this
character aro coming In from many
parts of tho stato of tho wasteful
extravagance of literally pouring on
tho oil to an extent of flooding tho
highway and gutters, making tho
roads dangerous to traffic. A sam
ple of this kind of work wbb given
during tho week of tho Orango
county fair, whon tho stato road
leading out from Mlddlotown to Otis
villo was flooded with tho black
stuff and automobiles nnd other ve
hicles wero smcarod with It. It Is
a wonder the Mlddlotown people
submitted to what was an outrago
of compelling visitors to tho fair to
wado through tho mass of black oil
which covered tho roadway and ran
Into tho gutters.
August Bregstoln went to Scran
ton on the 4.40 D. & II. train today
to Join tho Elks tonight.
Herman Myers hns now pnlnt
outsldo, now paint Is coining In
sido, and a now bar, ordored for
Oct. 1, Is on tho way.
Charles McMttllen killed n big
porcupine near Asa Kimble's houso
on tho Dyborry road. Ho gavo tho
animal to Dr. Charles T. Brady.
Tho Nlckelet has a singer for
tho lllustrntcd songs. Sho com
mences tonight. The pictures aro
clean cut and catchy and Nlckelet
patrons are suited.
Dr. E. W. Burns mid Dr. F. W.
Powoll amputated ono of Fred C.
Keen's toes Wednesday. Tho too
had a, running soro that bothered
Mr. Keen more or less.
John Mullen was In front of tho
Mayor this afternoon at 2 o'clock,
charged with getting drunk. Offi
cer DeGroat told the Mayor that
Mullen goes to sleep In backyards,
snores and scares the women. Ho
got 30 days at hard labor on tho
There Is nothing new in tho
Honesdale water situation, County
Medical Inspector H. B. Ely said
today. Parties on River street who
wore notified Saturday to clean up
their closets have some of them
commenced to comply with tho law.
Matthews II. Heusel, held at the
jail pending a hearing as to his san
ity, had a talk today ' with Dr.
L. B. Nielsen, Attorney W. H. Lee
and II. T. Menner, tho commission
In his case. These men will try to
find out what is the matter with
Heusel, who once held to the idea
that a Wayne county manufacturer
owed him $11,000 and who Wednes
day told Sheriff Brainan tho Black
Hand was after him. Two of that
society's assassins, he informed the
sheriff, entered his coll and tried to
kill him. Heusel hns been acting
quecrly for quite a spell. He has
been In jail 12 days.
Fifteen men in Dyberry town
ship would like to get the two prac
tical jokers from Honesdale who
went to Tanners Falls Sunday and,
after ono of them had been Intro
duced as "Dr. Nixon" of Harris
burg, proceeded to hire the 15 at
$5 a day to watch -the smallpox
cases of Bodie and Murphy cases,
by the way, that had been cured
and discharged. The men employ
ed by the two Imposters assembled
for duty, supposing "Dr. Nixon" to
be State Health Commissioner Sam
uel G. Dixon of Harrisburg. They
were not notified whether they
would be wanted for night duty or
day duty, but they all say now they
would like to do night duty on "Dr.
Nixon" if they could catch him up
In their territory some night.
The pupils and teachers of the
Honesdale public school have ar
ranged for a course of lecture and
entertainments the coming winter.
The course consists of two perma
nent lectures, two musical enter
tainments and the best magician on
the Lyceum platform. The enter
tainments will be held Jn the High
school auditorium and are of such
a nature as to the instructive as
well as entertaining. The course
has been secured at a great expense,
and yet the performers expect to
make some money over and above
expenses. They deslro very much
to make money enough to equip the
shower bathroom with shower
baths and to place some1 lockers In
tho gymnasium. The season tickets
for the five numbers of the course
will be $1. All people solicited
within the next few days should
consider themselves fortunate In be
ing able to purchase five tickets for
Menner & Co. store are now show
ing the new line in carpets, house
furnishings, rugs, porters, curtains
and wall hangings. 74eol4
Webster Orth of Callicoon, N. Y.,
was hero early in the week.
James Mumford was a business
caller In Philadelphia this week.
Howard Erk of Scranton was a
caller in town the first of the week.
Georgo J. Billings of Moscow Is
spending a few days in this place.
Miss Nora Gill of Port Jervls, N.
Y., Is tho guest of Honesdale friends.
John Rieller left this week for
his first term at Mercersburg acad
emy. Miss Lucy Russell leaves Tues
day to enter a school at Englewood,
Senator M. C. Rowland of Klmbles
was a business caller in town Wed
nesday. Miss Marguerite Dolmetsch leaves
Mondny for her junior year at Wells
Mrs. Percy Lyman 'of Mllford
recently was tho guest of friends
Mrs. Mary Thorpo spent Thursday
Charles Beosmer of Equinunk
was hero Wednesday.
Ray and Ralph Brown left Tues
day to enter updn their studios at
Marcy Ely leaves Saturday to on
tor upon his senior year studies at
Baltimore Medical college.
Coo Lemlnltzer leaves Tuesday
next to pursue n course of study at
tho university of Pennsylvania.
Miss Caroline Betz returned to
her Now York homo Tuesday, after
a 10-days' visit with friends here.
lK P. Baker, a New York real
ostato dealer, spent Sunday with
his friend, Phillip Knoll, at Bench
Chris. Hartung will go to Wash
ington tomorrow, he says, to tako
tho government position ho has for
several years had in contemplation.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. B. Slighter of
Elmlra, N. Y camo In their flvo
passongor auto to visit Mrs. Sllgh
tor's brother, County Treasurer Frod
Saunders of East Honesdalo.
Otto W. Iloff, once school princi
pal nt Seolyvlllo, now pursuing his
studies at Syracuse unlvorslty, Is
with his brpthor, Attorney Peter H.
Iloff, for a fow days.
Miss Elizabeth McAndrow of Cot
tago street, Carbondnle, returned
homo Sattirdny after spending tho
last three weeks at Pleasant Mount.
Henry P. DuBols of Halstead,
prlvato secretary to Congressman
Charles C. Pratt of Now Mllford,
was In Honesdalo Wednesday and
called on his and Congressman
Dr. Schoonover and daughter,
Amanda, Mrs. Dr. Rnmsdell of New
York, Airs. Llzzlo Prltchcrd and
daughter, Grace, of Brooklyn, N.
Y., wore entortnlned nt tho Kuh
bach mansion this week.
Harlan I listed and Reuben Brown,
tho two Honesdale pedestrians, re
turned from their 150-mllo Jaunt
Tuesday noon, coming from RUey
vllle with shanks more. Tho two
Westons report a most healthy and
Edwin B. Callaway Is on his va
cation. Ho went to Syracuse, N.
Y., to the stato fair. Mrs. Callaway
is with him. The secretary of tho
Greater Honesdalo Boajd of Trade
has worked hard of late and tho rest
he will get Is tho rest ho needs.
Homer Sandercock of Lake Ariel,
who Is big, good-natured and handy
at the wheel of an auto, got back
Tuesday with the BIrdsall-Menner
party from Kingston and other
points. All hands report n delight
ful outing nnd model weather up to
tho time the Tuesday afternoon
storm camo on. They say all sub
sequent outings must be undertaken
with the aid of the Sandercock machine.
J. U. Robinson wont to Scranton
today on Insurance business.
MRS. KATZ LAID IX GROUND.
Funeral of Young Honesdalo Wom
an Largely Attended Wednes
With brief but Impressive cere
monies conducted by Rev. A. S.
Anspachcr of Scranton Mrs. Nellie
Roos Katz. wife of Signiund Katz,
was buried Wednesday morning
from the homo of hdr short mar
ried life at 1422 Main street. The
house to which Sirs. Katz came as
a bride IS months ago was filled
to overflowing with relatives,
friends and neighbors who gather
ed to pay the last tribute to the
memory of a lovable young woman
who during her short residence here
had gained a circle of friends as
great as the number of her ac
quaintances. Tho clerks In Katz
Bros, store and the employes of
Katz Bros., underwear factory at
tended and there were people
among the mourners from Scranton,
the girlhood home of Mrs. Katz,
from New York and from Baltimore.
The funeral procession consisted
of 24 coaches. The flowers filled
two, the clergy had one and bear
ers one, and the remaining 20 were
Hlled with mourners. The proces
sion moved at 11 o'clock from the
house to the Hebrew cemetery that
joins Glen Dyberry, where all that
was mortal was laid to rest. The
services at the grave, like those at
the Katz home, were brief.
The flowers from relatives and
friends were abundant and beautl
ful'and included some splendid pieces
from the employes of Katz Bros.,
and the Katz underwear factory.
Scores of neighbors as well as
friends remembered tho afflicted
family with floral tributes.
The pallbearers were Arthur M.
Leine, Dr. E. T. Brown, Henry
Schwemley, C. F. Rockwell of
Honesdale, M. O. Sahm of Carbon
dale and Leo Levy of New York.
From New York camo Mr. and
Mrs. Isaac Mlllhauser, Louis Mill
hauser, Miss Clara Mlllhauser, Miss
Clara Goldschraidt, Jacob Roos
Mrs. N. A. Mlllhauser, S. A. Katz,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Katz, Sr.,
Signiund Levy and Mr. and Mrs.
Max Gartenzaum. From 'Scranton
thero wero Mr. and Mrs. Slgmund
Roos, Mr. and Mrs. David Jacobs,
Isidore Roos, Miss Jennie Chamber
lain, Miss Stewart, Miss C. Wil
liams, Miss Wilcox, E. J. Goodman,
E. C. Morris, Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
Goldschmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Louis, Landau,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mlllhauser,
Mrs. Clark and Miss Anna Clark.
From Baltinfore, the city where Mr.
and Mrs. Katz wero married on
April 1, 1909, camo Dr. and Mrs.
The long coats for Ladies, Juniors
and Misses at Menner & Co.'s store.
All latest makes.
No man ever accumulates a
fortune unless he has the hab
it of making sacrifices today in
order that ho may have some
thing to work with to-morrow.
The small amount that you
aro able to save overy week
may appear very small, but in
timosystcuiaticsaviug, with tho
aid of 3 per cent, compound
interest, will givo you some
substantial capital as a basis
for investment or to live on
when you can no longer work
HONESDALE DIME BANK
is yet young but it has helped
many ambitious persons on the
road to independence and success.
TWO MEN ARE QUI
CONDUCTOR AND OPERATOR
FIRED FROM BRIE AS ONE RE
SULT OF WRECK AT LAKE
ARIEL IN WHICH TWO AVE RE
KILLED ANIll 17 INJURED.
DUNMORE, Sopt. 15. On account
of tho hoad-on smash between two
passenger trains at Lake Ariel on tho
Erlo Sept. 2 Charles Elston of Dun
moro, a conductor, and Leslie Brown,
operator of Maplewood, have lost
Responsibility for tho wreck wns
a few days after the crash attribut
ed to a mistake on the part of ono
or the other of the operators In
Scranton, at Maplowood and Lake
Ariel. According to tho company
tho operators here and at Lake Ariel
wero absolved, It having been shown
they transmitted the train orders
Tho conductor on the train run
ning to Scranton, however, got an
ordor directing him to proceed to
East Junction instead of West Junc
tion from the Maplewood operator,
the mistake being made apparently
by the latter operator In making It
out. Just how Elston, who was con
ductor of the train coming tho other
way, is responsible is not clear here.
Elston and Brown wero both pop
ular men with the commuters, and
in Elston's case, at least, It Is stated
the end Is not In sight, since the
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engi
neers will take" up tho case with tho
company. Elston "Was with the Erie
many years, having been an old Grav
Division Supt. Eckels In a state
ment today said:
"The investigation of the Lake
Ariel wreck hns not been completed
yet and may not be for several
days. When a decision Is reached,
however, It will be forwarded to Mr.
J. II. Maddy, tho Erie's special rep
resentative In New York, who will,
I presume, make a formal statement
to tho press."
Mr. Eckels Intimated that he
would at no time give out person
ally any information as to the cause
of the Lake Ariel disaster.
Tho nobby suits at Menner &
Co. stores are tho new models for
autumn and winter. 74eol4.
WANTED Canvassers to sell pet
ticoats. Liberal commission paid.
Economy Mfg. Co.. Rockwood, N.
SAMPSON Henry A. Sampson
died at his home In Waymart Sat
urday after a long sickness, aged 70
years. He was a native of Wayne
county and had been for many years
a resident of that borough. He was
a good citizen and politically a Re
publican. At the beginning of the
Civil war he was an employe of the
Delaware & Hudson company on their
Gravity railroad over the Mooslc
mountain. He enlisted in Hones
dale, under Capt. Goo Durland in
Co. M, 17th Pennsylvania cavalry,
or the 102d regiment of tho line.
Sept. 22, 1SG2. He was promoted
to corporal on Nov. 15, 1862, prisoner
from Sept. 24, 18C4, to Feb. 25,
18C5, and discharged June 22, 18G5.
After his return from the army he
again entered the employ of the
Delaware & Hudson. Mr. Sampson is
survived by his widow and ono son,
William R., of Port Jervls. Rev. W.
E. Davis of Blnghamton, N. Y., form
erly pastor of the M. E. church of
Waymart, conducted the service.
If you read the paper The Citi
zen you known you are getting the
Wo offer One Hundred Dollars
Reward for any case of Catarrh tha
cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
We, tho undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for tho last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
In all business transactions and fi
nancially able to carry out any ob
ligations mado by his firm.
Waldlng, Klnnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken In
ternally, acting directly upon the
blood nnd raucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent free.
Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by
Tako Hall's Family Plllc tor constipation.
i EVER ErvSCEASitG.
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A bank account is like a snowbalI--roII It gently
along and It will get larger (almost without your
noticing It) as the days go by. Like the snowball,
too, the hardest work Is making the first deposit, giv
ing It the first push, after which the initial impetus
gains as the ball runs down, the bank account rolls
up. We want to help you with your financial snowball.
FIRE COMPANY'S ELECTION.
Protection No. !l Will Support Fore
man llronn For Chief Engineer
Protection No. 3 held their" an
nunl meeting nnd election at their
headquarters Tuesday evening.
There was present about 40 mem
bers. Tho meeting wns called to
order by tho president and tho reg
ular order of business was transact
The commlttco on picnic reported
progress,' showing the net receipts
would exceed $340.
Tho election resulted ns follows:
W. W. Wood, president; W. J.
Forber, vice-president; F. W. Schuer
holz, secretary; William H. Bader,
treasurer; George Bergman, Charles
Grey and J. H. Carroll, trustees; R.
M. Salmon and Charles P. Searle,
auditors; H. Oday, foreman; William
B. Roadknlght, first assistant fore
man; John Carmlchaol, second assist
ant foreman; J. M. Lyons, chief en
gineer; J. H. Carroll, assistant en
gineer, nnd Charles Truscott, stoker.
It was the unanimous desire of
the company that Richard R. Brown,
tho retiring foreman, be re-elected,
but as Mr. Brown is a candidate for
the position of chief engineer of tho
lire department, a position made
necessary by the fact that there aro
now two lire companies in the town,
It was resolved that Mr. Brown, on
account of his long experience and
marked efficiency, be supported for
tho position of chief engineer. It
was further resolved that Hose com
pany No. 1 be requested to unite
with No. 3 to confer this honor up
on a man who Is eminently fitted for
After the business meeting ad
journed tho members retired to the
banquet hall and partook of a lunch
which had been prepared. Tho bal
ance of the evening was very pleas
antly passed In smoking and feasting.
Professors Bodie and Sonner dis
coursed sweet music on piano and '
The best styles and colors In dress
goods at Menner & Co.'s stores.
Mrs. Hnrrlnian's Stewardship.
Wall street on Saturday reviewed
one year's control of the vast Har
rlman fortune of $100,000,000 by
his widow, Mrs. Mary W. Harrlman,
and It was agreed that her steward
ship has left nothing to be desired.
Not a single dollar has been with
drawn from the Harrlman projects,
but all have been developed as tho
"little wizard" planned, while It has
been demonstrated that the belief
that Mrs. Harrlman knew as much
about her husband's affairs as ho
did was well founded.
Blough, Mr. P. J., Dorminer, Mrs.
M. E., Decker, Mr. Josh. Gertrude,
Miss; Holllster, Mr. Clair B., Mac
Farlane, Mr. A. D., Seeley, Mr. Wes
ley, Wright, Miss Ethel.
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