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THIS CITIZEN, WKDNESDAV, DUO. SI, 1010.
CENT A WORD COLUMN
ANTIQIH Brass, Copper and Silver
Jardiniere, two ounco baskets anil
Candlesticks from Ktlssla, England
nnd Franco. At Petersen's. 100t2
FOR screens go to Brown's Furnl
CRUCIFIX, Rosnrys, Crucifix with
candle sticks and water fount In
cold. SOMMEll, The Jeweler. 93t4
THINKING about gottlnc some fan
ey rockers? See Brown's.
FOK LEATHER AND WOOD-SKAT '
dining chairs call at Brown's fur-1
iturc store. I0t3 j
MESH HAGS, all sizes.
FOK TIIU BEST tree holders go to j
Erk Bros. 101t2
KKW HALL HACKS
FOK LADIES' DESK go to Brown's
Furnlturo store. 90t3
WATCHES Ladles' and Gont's cold
filled, silver and nlckle. All
makes; rollablo time-keepers. SOM-i
MER, The Jeweler. 9SU
ET AN EXTENSION TABLE at,
Brown's Furniture store. 99t3
FOH SALE OK KENT One-story
factory building 125 by 75 foet. I
Covered with Cantury (fire proof) i
shingles. Now steam heating plant.
200 feet of haftlng and 2 motors.
Apply the Herbeck-Demer Co. tf
BUY A CHINA CLOSET at Brown's!
Furnlturo store. 99t3 j
FOUNTAIN PENS, gold, pearl and
silver mounted. SOMMER, The
A BUFFET? Get It
FOR THE BEST and cheapest tree
holders go to Erk Bros. 10U2
90.MI! sets with Barrette to match.
all shades. SOMMER, The Jew
JfOH OFFICE CUAIHS call on
Brown's Furniture store. 99t3
SEE THE BEAUTIFUL PENDANTS
In our window. One hung on a
slender gold or silver chain makes an
id,eal gift for your sweetheart or sis
ter. C. Petersen. 100t2
SIDEBOARDS found at Brown's fur
niture store. 99t3
mill, telegraph or telephone, or
ders promptly filled. SOMMER,
The Jeweler. 99t4.
SEE OL'U KITCHEN CABINETS at
Brown's Furniture store. , U9t3
CASH paid for old gold andsilv'er
or in exchange for Christmas
gifts. SOMMER, The Jeweler, ,99-4
FOK KENT 7 rooms and bath, gas
and furnace. C16 -Church street.
' Inquire at house.
All GOODS houKht engraved free
SOMMER. The Jeweler. OSM".""-
FOK COUCHES go to BrownVFur
nlturo store. 99t3
KUHSES' Watches, gold filled and
gun metal, guaranteed. SOM
MER, The Jeweler. 9 0,t,4 v h
FOK SALE Kelly & Steinman
brick factory building, including en
giue, boiler and shafting. Inquire of
J. B. Robinson. OOtf.
DID YOU SEE THE CHIFFONIERS
at Brown's Furniture store. 'JJt3
BEAUTIFUL genuine French en
ameled, hand-painted Jewelry.
SOMMER, Tho Jeweler. 99t4.
SEND to your friends who are
away from home, a copy of "In
Dear Old Wayne." Jenkins' Music
BEDROOM Sun's? Yes, we have
them. Brown's Furnlturo store.
NEW PAKLOK SUM'S at
MATTRESSES, Pillows, and springs,
of the best, at Brown's Furniture
DIAMOND Jewelry of
99t4. NICE SHIRT WAIST BOXES for
Xmas gifts at Brown's Furniture
CLOCKS, 400-day Chimes, Crystal,
Mission, Cuckoo, Gold, Silver, and
Old Brass. SOMMER, The Jeweler.
SEE THE PAKLOK STANDS at
Brown's Furnlturo store. 99t3.
PHOTOGRAPHS made by December
20 will bo finished for Christmas.
Como now. Bodie, Photographer.
A NEW LINE OF Music Cabinets at
Brown's Furniture Storo. tuii
STERLING SILVER toilet, mani
cure, writing, sowing and bodkin
sets. SOMMER, The Jeweler. 99t4
FOR HOLD AND FLAT TOP Desks
go to Brown's. 99t3
LADIES' and Gent's gold and sil
ver mounted umbrellas, SOM
MER, The Jeweler. 99t4.
WANTED A girl wanted for gener
al housework. Apply to Mrs. C.
II. Dorillnger, WhltoJlHllsJPa.
The Ladles' Auxiliary of tho
hospital held an important meeting
In town hall on Friday afternoon.
Charles Avery, Bethany, was a
pleasant caller at THE CITIZEN or
flee Friday morning. Mr. Avery Is
an ex-veteran of the celebrated Corn
Exchango Regiment of Philadelphia,
or better known as Company I of tho
118th Pennsylvania volunteers.
lloncsdalo National Bank I
vo Christmas Day by clos-
lng Monday, December 2G.
Saturday morning was tho cold
est In the month, tho thermometer
registering eight degrees holow zoro,
- George W. Slauson, Elmlra, N.
V., a sewing machine expert of 35
years experience, is spending some
time in town.
Health Officer N. B.'Spencor last
Friday quarantined, for measles,
Dena, wife of Joseph W. Settz, 400
. Winter In dead earnest sot In
Friday, December. 10, when tho ther
mometer registered one degree above
zero at 7 a. m.
Circulation Manager E. Burke,
of the SCRANTON TIMES, was an
early Monday morning business call
er In tho Mnplc City.
One of tho lnborors In the em
ploy of tho Ilonesdalo Consolidated
Water Company froze his right foot
severely last Thursday night.
Tho pension roll has been de
creased In this Immedlato vicinity
by the death of nine veterans and
widows during tho past six weeks.
Pleasant Valley Grange will hold
election of officers Friday evening,
December 23. All members aro re
quested to bo present. Refreshments
will bo served.
Appendicitis Is still tho most
popular disease, according to tho re
port of the University of Pennsylva
nia for the year of 1909-1910, which
has just appeared. Of a total of i31
operations, 316 were for appendicitis.
W. H. Bullock has returned
from an extended business trln to
Pottsvlllo and tho Schuylkill Valley.
uu says iney nave more snow uown
there than in Wayne county, and
that the temperature thero fell sev
eral mornings ago to ten below
The Wayne County Medical As
sociation met last Thursday, In
quarterly session, at tho Allen
House. Dr. A. J. Wlnebrake spoke
no "Tlie Use and Abuse of Obstetri
cal Forceps In Labor." They
enjoyed the lecture, interchange of
views and "lastly but not leastly," a
Our carriers-.are paid weekly for
delivering THE CITIZEN to the
homes of subscribers, and conse
quently, the management has not
been In the habit of issuing any holi
day calendars. If however any one
feels inclined to remember them, at
this season, wo are sure they will not
object in the least.
Messrs. George MacFarlane, S.
J. Henderson, of Phoenixville; John
Mitchell and Richard Drlscoll, mem
bers of State Highway Civil .En
gineers' corps, who had been mak
ing' a map survey of Wayne county
for,' the past several months, have
completed their work and returned
to the Scranton office Thursday.
... VAn interesting stereopticon lec
ture on "The Battle of Gettysburg"
was. delivered before a large and ap
preciative audience in the M E.
church, Waymart, Monday evening
by the Jtev. H. W. Thomas, Harford.
Fifty Mews were shown by Rev.
Thomas, who for many years resided-in
Gettysburg, where ho acquired
abundant local color for his lecture.
M Mils Alice Groves entertained
thiff B, T. girls at her home on Ter
race street, Thursday evening. The
members present were: Misses Maine
Cully, president; Alice Duff, vice
president; Alice Groves, secretary;
Lucy Butler, Mary Coggins, Regina
Murray, Kate Mangan, Agatha Man
,ger, ...Margaret Moran and Agatha
Butler. Dainty refreshments wore
The National Elevator and Ma
chine Company aro making efforts,
we are informed, to purchase the
"flats" near the Union Station. It
is said they will leave town, if they
can't get them. It is their intention,
It is said, to erect a building near
the station, inasmuch as they are put
to considerable inconvenience and ex
pense in carting their machinery
from their present location to the
Tho pleasure of a trip to New
York was marred for Mr. and Mrs.
H. Scott Salmon, who left for the
metropolis last Thursday, by a sad
mishap which befell Mrs. Salmon on
tho afternoon of their arrival there.
As they wore descending one of the
"tube" entrances, Mrs. Salmon trip
ped and fell, dislocating her collar
bone. Dr. Gibbons was summoned
who reduced the fracture and made
Mrs. Salmon as comfortable as pos
sible. Mr. and Mrs. Salmon arrived
homo Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Richards,
Ely, Nevada, are visiting at tho homo
of his brother, Harry H. Richards,
12 East street. On Thursday, Mr.
Richards and wife will leave for the
Wyoming Valley, where they will
visit relatives and friends In Scranton
and Wllkes-Barre, tho latter being
Mr. Richards' place of abode before
he left for the far west about eigh
teen years ago. For tho past two
years ho has been employed by the
Steptoe Smelting and Mining Co. as
master mechanic. This mining com
pany owns tho second largest copper
smelter In tho world. It was owing
to poor health that Mr. RIchardB re
signed his position, resolving to soil
out, and visit tho East with tho ex
pectation of locating In Scranton or
Wllkes-Barre. Aftor leaving their
Nevada homo they visited at Salt
Lake City, stopping off at Puoblo,
Colorado, their former homo where
they lived for nearly sixteen years.
In Nevada the sand storms which
blow from the deserts at tho rate of
thlrty-llvo miles an hour were not
altogether tho plcasantest things
they, had to contend with. On leav
ing Pueblo It was their Intontlon to
stop off at Denver for a week, but
owing to Mr. Richards being taken
down with typhoid fover they found
It necessary to stay over six weoks at
most of which tlmo ho was confined
to tho city hospital. On leaving
Denver their next visit was mado
with another brother of Mr. Rich
ards at Chicago for a weok which
brought them to wlntory Wayne
instead of among the green maples
as they would have been but for
their long, tedious journey. Mr.
Richards is tho oldest of five broth
ers and two sisters whom ho will
visit whllo East.
his offorts, I
the Union station, commencing Dc -
retnber 25, will bo opened all day, i
Sundays, In the future. i
Of tho original members, who ,
organized Protection Engine. Com
pany No. 3, on Septonlbor 19, 1853,
only four aro still living. They aro:
Hon. Thos. J. Ham, E. A. Ponnlman,
H. J. Conger, and Geo. Foster.
Prof. John H. Cornell was call
ed to Andovcr, N. J., by tho death
from nn operation, of his nephew,
Georgo Fulboani, mnnngor of tho
Fulboam Creamery Company, which
occurred December 10. Mr. Fulboam
was a frequent visitor to Wayno
county, whore some of tho substd-
ilary creamery concerns are located.
-At a meeting hold Monday after
noon In tho Presbyterlnn Chapol to
arrange for a series of evangelistic
meetings, It was decided to com
mence Monday, January 9, with ser
vices In tho First Baptist church.
Services will bo conducted for three
successive weeks in tho various
churches uniting for this purpose,
and longer, If the Interest Is suffi
cient. Rev. G. S. Wendell, who acted
as secretary for the meeting, was
appointed to take chargo of tho
singing, nnd will arrange, for a meet
ing of the different cholra for re
hearsal In the near future. Revs. W.
H. Swift, D. D., G. S. Wendell, Will
H. HUlor will preach on alternate
nights. Rev. Will H. Hiller, who pre
sided at tho meeting, was appointed
to look after the advertising cam
paign. Those present wore: Rev.
W. H. Swift, D. D., Andrew Thomp
son; Rev. Will H. Hiller, Buel Dodge,
W. P. Schenck; Rev. G. S. Wendell,
Rev. A. L. Whlttaker.
In Pierson's Hall, Waymart,
Pa., Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec.
27 and 28, a Farmers' Institute will
be held. The program Is as follows:
Tuesday, Afternoon, Dec. 27.
1:15 Opening Exercises.
Profitable Dairying, S. Paul Wood
man, Rushland, Pa.
Poultry Houses -and Fixtures, J.
T. Campbell, Hartstown, Pa.
Value of Home Experiments, M. H.
McCollum, Wernersvllle, Pa.
The Farmer's Orchard as a Source
of Pleasure and Profit, S. Paul
Woodman, Rushland, Pa.
Poultry Foods and Feeding, J. T.
Campbell, Hartstown, Pa.
Plant Food Economy, M. H. Mc
Collum, Wernersville, Pa.
Wednesday Morning, Dec. 28.
9:00 Poultry, the Business Side,
J. T. Campbell, Hartstown, Pa.
Essentials for Success with the
Potato, M. H. McCollum, Werners
Economical Use and Care of Barn
yard Manure, S. Paul Woodman.
Alfalfa, M. H. McCollum.
Poultry Lice, Gaps and Diseases,
J. T. Campbell, Hartstown, Pa.
The Clover Question, S.
What of the Future on tho Farm,
M. H. McCollum, Wernersville, Pa.
Peaches, How to Grow Them, S.
Paul Woodman, Rushland, Pa.
The Farm of Life, J. T. Camp
bell. The Local Committee consists of
R. M. Hull, William Jaynes, J. N.
Edwards, W. II. Carpenter, A. C.
Lee, Chas. Spewak, P. A. Drake, C.
The Music Committees: Prof. W.
D. Watkins, H. B. Ostendorf, Mrs.
N. J. Lnng.
Location of Institutes: Waymart,
Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 27-28;
Honesdalo, Thursday, Dec. 29; Ariel,
Friday and Saturday, Dec. 30-31;
Sterling, Monday and Tuesday, Jan.
The annual meeting of stock
holders of Milanvillo Bridge Com
pany will be held at the office of Mr.
T. J. Fronier on Monday, Jan. 2,
1911, at ten o'clock.
CHAS. E. BEACH.
Ladies' Kid Gloves, Embroid
ered Handkerchiefs, and Purses
suitable for Christmas gifts at Men
ner & Co's stores. 99t4
Dr. H. B. Ely was a business caller
in Kimbles Sunday.
Robert Cox passed Sunday with
Andrew Thompson transacted busi
ness in Scranton last Friday.
Jay smith, Carbondale, was a
week-end visitor In Honesdale.
Robert Patterson, Scranton, was a
Scranton caller in town Monday.
A. D. Schcnk, Union, was n busi
ness caller in Honesdalo last weok
Dr. E. W. Burns paBsed Sunday
and Monday In Scranton on business.
Millard Lord, Equlnunk, transact
ed business In Honesdalo last week.
William Sadler, Scranton, Is
spending a fow days with relatives
Inventor Frank G. Farnham trans
acted business In New York city, last
Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, Wyalu
sing, are visiting friends In this
Miss Nollio Williams, Tobyhanna,
spout Saturday and Sunday In this
Albert Krantz of tho University of
Pennsylvania is homo to spend the
Miss Harriet Arnold, Philadelphia,
is homo to spend tho holidays with
Hon. E. B. Ilnrdcnborgh an daugh
ter, Miss C. Lou Hardenbergh, will
spend tho Christmas holidays with
his son, Raymond W., at Chicago,
Druggist G, Wm. Pell returned
from New York city, Sunday oven
lng. Ho states that his wlfo, who
recontly undorweut a severo opera
tion, Is much better, and on a fair
road to recovery.
William .1. Sllvorstono
us to state, that through hit
R. M, Spencer, Blnghamton, was
In town tho foro part of tho weok
Abraham Fargo and wife, Boston,
are spending tho week with Hones-
Attouney Soldon Munger, Mont
rose, was in town Thursday, engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrcnco Bauor aro
rejoicing over tho advent, Mondny,
of a baby girl.
Bernard Cavanaugh has returned
from a week's visit with relatives In
Miss Dorothy Menner is home from
Vassar College to spend the holidays
with her parents.
Mr. and -Mrs. Charles Hcrgott re
turned Sunday evening from a few
E. K. Alney, of Blnghamton, N.
Y was on a business trip to Hones
dalo last Thursday.
Louis Smithing, of tho local Boll
tolophono lllco, was a business caller
In Scranton Saturday.
Miss Florence Rlcller, Wilson Col
lego, Is visiting at the homo of her
parents at Tanner's Falls.
Georgo W. Seaman and Philip
Street, Scranton, are on an exten
sive fishing trip to Duck Harbor.
Mrs. Thomas Cawloy, Waymart,
underwent an operation at Emer
gency hospital, Carbondalo, last Fri
day. W. J. McKenna left Friday for
Towanda on business connected with
tho Wayno Cut Glass Company of
Stewart Goodwin, New York, re
turned to his home Monday after
noon after a brlof business trip to
the Maple City.
Miss Ella Doherty and niece, Miss
Dorthy Lynch, Canton, Ohio, passed
the week-end in Honesdale, register
ing at the Allen House.
Gilbert Knapp, son of Charles
Knapp, of Detroit, Mich., will spend
Christmas with his cousins, Mr. and
Mrs. O. M. Spottigue," Jr.
Miss Amanda Norton, Clinton,
who recently underwent an opera
tion at the Hahnemann hospital,
Scranton, is making a rapid recovery.
Harold Van Keuren returned last
Sunday evening from State College
to pass the holidays with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Van Keu
ren of Court street.
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Weaver, Jr.,
Towanda, are expected homo to
spend the Christmas holidays with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John H.
Weaver, Park street.
Mrs. Robert N. Torrey and daugh
ter, Miss Clara R. Torrey, returned
home Satuday evening from an ex
tended visit to New York City and
other places of Interest.
ASHES! ASHES! ! ASHES!!!
Please Do Not Mar The Beauty Of
Irviiifi Boulevard By Thro wins
Ashes In The Street Advice Ap
' plies To "Park Row" And The
"Numbered" Streets Also.
. "I wish you'd call the attention
of people," said Mayor John Kuh
bach, Monday morning to a CITI
ZEN man, "to tho borough ordinance
forbidding the throwing of ashes In
to the streets In Winter. I had a
number of complaints made to me
about people throwing ashes In the
streets. People ought to observe the
borough ordinance In regard to
throwing ashes on the street during
the winter season. Some streets are
spoiled for sleighing. The people
drawing heavy loads get stuck In the
MINE HOST WEAVER
LEAVES HOTEL WAYNE.
Well-Known Hotel Man Retires
Kept A Quiet House Believes In
Going To Bed Early Always
Closed Up Between 10 and 11 P.
M. Albert G. Loomis, Veteran
Hotel Man, Deposit, N. Y Takes
"Well, sir, I can tell you," said
Mine Host Jphn H. Weaver, proprie
tor of tho Hotel Wayne, when a
CITIZEN man asked him 'how long
he had been in the hotel business? '
"Of course I've been in this business
all my life. My father kept a canal
storo on the tow-path In 18G4 and
'G5. I tended bar and looked after
tho business. In fact I've done noth
ing else ever since. My father's
iiamo was William Weaver. Otto,
my brother and I run tho National
together, for four years, and then I
sold out to him. Otto died from an
operation on tho eye. Charles ran
the Commercial. I took the Wayne
in 1891. Mrs. Henry Ball run It
for 2S) years. Tho old house was
built here In 1S2G. It was always
run ns a hotel. I took tho place
April 1G, 1892."
"How did you come to keep such
a quiet houso?" asked the reporter.
"I always was familiar with all
these hero rowdies," answered Mr.
Weaver, "theso fellows laying
around, I nover had them. If one
dropped in he know ho couldn't get
anything. ' I always mado It a busi
ness to close up at a good hour, be
tween 10 nud 11 o'clock. That's
long enough for nny ono to bo out.
I have to pay quite a little moro for
help than I did then (In 1892).
Four of our boarders wero hero with
mo for twenty years. L. Blumon
thal, William Schloss, Prof. J. II.
Cornell, Earl Sherwood. Albert G.
Loomis, who used to run a hotel In
Deposit, N. Y., will ho horo next
week. Ho has a two-year lease.
Taxes aro awfully high. Ten years
ago they wero between $170 nnd
$180. Last year I paid 38G. I
expect to live a retired life."
Mr. and Mrs. Weaver are moving
into their handsomoly-appolnted
homo on Park street, this week,
where they expect to enjoy their
Christmas dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Al
bert G. Loomis arrived In Honosdalo,
Sunday evening, and will take chargo
of tho business tills week.
Mr. Weaver Is a genial, whole-
souled hotel man, and his many
friends aro exceedingly sorry to seo
him glvo up tho buslnoss.
Mni'iiago LIcenso Record.
Christen Herrgel Anderson Bangor.
Emily Mary Korli Honesdale.
Charles Julius Hergott Honesdale.
Mebel Ethel Wlnnicott Honesdale
BLAZE ON RIVER STREET.
Town Startled Friday Afternoon By
Alarm of Fire Hitler Cold
Weather nnd High Win. 1m Add To
The Terror Tuenty-Tlirco And
i i Dungi-rs of Putting
Greasy Paper In The Stove.
Tho town was startled Friday af
ternoon, about half-past one o'clock
by tho ominous sound of the steam
gong blowing three long blasts.
Hose Company Number t and Pro
tection Company Number 3 respond
ed promptly to tho call, but when
they got ns far as the Armory they
wore turned back as It was found
that their services would not be
needed, tho blaze having been put
out by tho neighbors.
When a CITIZEN man reached
the scene of tho excitement, ho found
that tho fire started In the pantry of
tho kitchen of tho homo of Charles
McCann, C2G River street, a smooth
er employed In tho cut glass factory
of Krantz, Smith and Company. Mr.
McCann thought tho flro might have
come from "soot In the chltnbloy,"
although he said ho examined It,
and "found no holes In It.!'
"I went to tho pantry," said Mrs.
McCann," to hang the dish towel
on the pantry, when something fell,
down, a box of spices, all burning.
I called tho neighbors In my excite
ment to holp me. As I hung the
dish towel I saw tho whole pantry
was ablaze. I have a great habit
of throwing papers In the stove.
It's a poor Idea, I know. I took my
baby and went to the neighbors."
The reporter learned that the
bright little flaxen-haired boy, who
was playing about the parlor as un
concernedly as though nothing had
happened, was twenty-three months
old to a day, and spoke of tho sup
erstitious meaning attached to the
"It was twenty-three and skl
doo!" laughed the father, who had
run home from work. "We had a
little pantry," he continued, escort
ing tho reporter to the kitchen, "and
she always hangs her wiping towel
"If I have greasy paper," Inter
rupted his wife, "I always throw It
in the stove." "You'll have to cut
that out," broke in Mr. McCann.
"I drop paper right in the stove,"
said Mrs. McCann, "often thinking
to myself that it is a bad .habit."
The damage done was slight, and
the loss Is fully covered by Insur
ance. BENJ. H, DITTHlCH.l ESSKB M MANAGER
Xmas Dec. 26.
The Merry, Musical Melange
AND A BIG COMPANY OF
40 People, Mostly Girls
New Songs, and Catchy Music
Prices: 25, 35, 50 and 75c.
Scat Bale opens at the Iiox office at 9 A.
M Saturday, Dec. 21th.
0?e Christmas Cfjeet
mill Soon be Ibere
FINE LINE OF COMBS
PINAKDB, ROGERS AND GALLETT AND PIVERS EXTRACTS.
TOILET POWDERS. TOILET WATERS.
Special Lot of Manicure Goods
NAIL HUISSOKS, BUFFERS, POLISHERS, FILES AND CUTICLE SCIS
SORS. PERFUMES: Domestic and Imported
FINE ASSORTMENT OF TOILET SOAPS
Appolo Distinctive Chocolates
HOT AND COLD SODA ON TAP.
PERCY L. COLE,
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Honesdalo Council, No. 925, Royal
Arcanum, elected tho following offi
cers on Tuesday evening for 1911:
F. P. Klmblo, Esq., regent; John E.
Krantz, vice regent; George P. Ross,
sitting past regent; C. W. Deln, ora
tor; Fred C. Keen, secretary; Mark
Bregstoln, collector; Otto Taeubnor,
treasurer; W. P. Schenck, chaplain;
E. F. Charlesworth, guldo; E. Free
man, warden; C. Roeschlau, sentry;
Judge A. 1'. Searle, H. F. Haines,
lion. E. B. Hardenbergh, trustees;
Georgo P. Ross, representative to
Grand Council, nnd F. C. Keen, al
ternate. Modern Woodmen.
Maple City camp. No. 10911,
Modern Woodmen of America elect
ed the following officers on Tuesday
evening last for 1911: George P.
Ross, consul; J. L. Buerkett, past
consul; Herbert II. Hiller, clerk;
A. C. Lindsay, banker; Thomas An
drcsw, escort; J. J. Murphy, war
den; August Lasclg, sentry; Frod
G. Wenlger, manager; J. L. Buer
kett, auditor. This camp Is add
ing now members at every meeting.
A committee was appointed to ar
range for an anniversary celebration
at tho January meeting.
Menner & Co. stores have a
fine lot of new shirt waists suitable
for Christmas gifts. 99t4
UK CIGARS and
PIPES were not
made merely to sell
at Xmas but made to
smoke and give sat
from Old Estab
lished Houses Guar
Quality, and we sell
them as low as prices
in the open market
Cigars and Pipes
assures you perfect
B W. Schuerholz
THE CIGAR MAN.
Splendid Assortment :
Useful and Sensible
COME AND HAVE A LOOK
AT OUR GOODS