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THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, APHIIj 10, 1011.
FOR SALE One 5-foot saw with U
inch inserted teeth, one 3 foot 8
inch solid saw V Inch thick, both in
good condition. Also engines, boil
ers, etc., for saw mill and other
uses. CHAS. V. TOUHILL, Scran
ton, Pa. 31tG.
THOROUGHBRED White Leghorn
eggs for hatching. Waterville
strain. Eggs G cents a niece. Wil
liam Hertel, Box No. 4, White Mills.
TRAM HARNESS, light, single and
double harness and all kinds of
korse goods at MURRAY CO.,
FOR SALE Six-room cottage with
small orchard, located in village.
Edw. O. Bang, So. Canaan, Pa. 23tf
HAVE YOU SEEN the new Walter
A. Wood Sulky Plow? Be sure and
nee It if you are Interested In a
plow. MURRAY CO., Honesdale,
THE SUBSCRIBER will sell at 1 p.
m. on Thursday, April 20, on his
premises between Aldenvllle and the
White Oak Pond, pair of horses, six
mwb, hogs, all farm tools, quantity
f hay and straw, sap pans and palls,
12,000 feet of hemlock lumber, and
lots of other things too numerous to
mention. Farm has been sold and
possession must be given at once.
Six months' credit given on good se
urlty. Warren Bunting. A. O.
Blake, Auctioneer. 30t2
SPRAYERS, Lime-sulphur, Pyrox
and all spraying supplies at Mur
ray Co., Honesdale, Pa. 31t3
FOR SALE Kelly & Steinman
brick factory building, including en
gine, boiler and shafting. Inquire of
J. B. Robinson. 60tf.
LARGEST STOCK and greatest va
riety of wagons ever shown in
Wayno county now ready for your
inspection at the MURRAY CO.,
nonesdale, Pa. 31t3.
FOR RENT 3 rooms at 1231
Spring street. 31oeltf
ROOMS FOR RENT with furnace
heat. Inquire of .Mrs. E. G. Se
eor. 1314 Thirteenth street. 31tl
TO RENT 7-room cement house on
East Extension street. Hot and
cald water, bath and closet. Gas
and furnace. Inquire of Graham
FOR RENT A modem house and
improvements with garden on
West street. Inquire Joshua A.
FOR RENT Five rooms and bath
on second floor, 1019 Court street.
Inquire Bentley Brothers. tf.
FOR RENT A ten-room house with
all modern Improvements, includ
ing electric lights, situated on River
street. Inquire of Jacob Demer,
642 River street.
A SMALL STORE, in Liberty Hall
building for rent. Inquire Bent
ley Brothers. tf
ALL REPAIR WORK finished up-to-date
In all our different branches.
Sommer, Jeweler and Optician. 30tf
IRL WANTED One who under
stands washing glass. Irving Cut
lass Co. It
WANTED 1000 watches to repair.
Promptness and satisfaction guar
anteed. ROWLAND, 1127 Main
INVENTORY of our repair depart
ment shows 236 finished jobs wait
Wig to be called for. Sommer, Jewe
ler and Optician. 30tf.
WANTED One or two pleasant
rooms, in private house, centrally
located, suitable for music-studio
and living rooms; with or without
board. Address, stating terms. R,
Citizen office. 2t.
THREE experienced workmen at the
bench dally. All repairs finished
at the shortest notice. Sommer,
Jeweler and Optician. 30tf
Harry Slmonson, formerly of
Hawloy, now of Delaware county.
New York, and Mary Pryscllla Broad
Rydstrom of Honesdale, were mar
ried by Rev. W. L. Whittaker at the
Rectory on Monday afternoon at 3
According to the local register
f vital statistics for the month of
Uarch there ,were twelve births and
eighteen deaths in his district, which
embraces Honesdale borough, Tex
as, Berlin and Oregon townships, and
A. O. Blake, Bethany, Is attend
ing the spring sessions of the Lacka
wanna Presbytery, as the delegate
from the charge recently served by
the Rev. J. B. Cody, who has resigned
the pastorate of the Presbyterian
ihurches at Bethany, Cold Spring
and RHeyvllle to accept a call to be
tome the visiting pastor of the Sec
nd Presbyterian church, Scranton.
The Midnight Sons' dance which
takes place on Thursday evening of
this week at the Lyric ball room,-
promises to be the social event or
the season. The music is in charge
of Jeffrey Freeman, who has sur
rounded himself with a specially
selected orchestra. A unique feat
nro of tho affair will be the Buffet
Luncheon served during tho inter-
nlsslon by 'Mrs. William F, Brlggs.
Victor Meszler, Cliff street, is
confined' to his home by a severe at
tack of illness.
Street Commissioner Lawrence
Weldnor has three teams and four
men at work scraping the mud from
the streets of Honesdale.
There will be a roller skating
contest at the "rink" Wednesday
night, the winner of which will re
ceive n $6 pair of club skates.
A marriage license was Issued
Monday, April 17, to H. Slmonson,
East Branch, N. Y., and Mrs. Mary
Priscllla Rydstrom, Honesdale.
Next Sunday evening Freedom
Lodge I. O. O. F. will celebrate their
92d anniversary by attending ser
vices In St. John's Lutheran church.
The many friends of Christo
pher Lowe are rejoiced to see him
home again from Mercy Hospital,
Wllkes-Barre, much Improved In
health and strength.
"Patsy," the ?150 fire horse,
who was badly burned in the ?10,
000 barn fire Wednesday night, was
chloroformed last Saturday night
and put out of his misery.
Rev. W, II. Swift, D. D., pastor
of the First Presbyterian church, and
his delegate, R. M. Stocker, Esq., are
attending the Spring session of the
Lackawanna Presbytery at Green
At the mid-week meeting in the
Presbyterian Chapel, Wednesday
evening, Andrew Thompson will
speak on "Cuba, Porto Rico and the
Canal." He has recently visited
these Interesting points.
Tho body of the Rev. Samuel Z.
Slmpklns, a M. E. pastor who died
at Hawley December 29, 1910, which
has been reposing in tho vault at
Glen Dyberry all winter, was Interred
in the cemetery adjoining, Tuesday
The health of the inhabitants of
Honesdale borough has been unusual
ly good during the new year, accord
ing to the secretary of tho Board of
Health, Dr. W. T. McConvill, who
states that only one case of contagi
ous disease has been reported to him
since January 1.
C. A. Cortright & Sou, whose
livery was destroyed last Wednesday
evening by an alleged incendiary
lire, commenced operations Monday
on the old site for the erection of a
00x70 foot concrete barn, to be used
as an automobile garage,' with an un
derground stable for livery pur
poses. In St. John's Evangelical Lu
theran church, Easter Sunday, Rev.
C. C. Miller, pastor, there were twen
ty-four accessions by confirmation,
and four by letter, viz.: Miss Lizzie
Wentzel, John Fisher, Mrs. Henry
Henko, Miss Clara Schmledt. The
choir was augmented by two violin
ists, Royal Reichenbacher and Chns.
Wedding invitations are out an
nouncing tho marriage of Miss
Blanche Kessler Cdons to Dr. Frank
Howard Anthony at the home of her
sister s family, Mr. and Mrs. John
Wilbur Witmer, 2521 Ross Avenue,
Dallas, Texas, on tho evening of
Tuesday, April 18, at 8 o'clock. Miss
Coons is a granddaughter of Mrs. M.
P. Kessler, Main street, Honesdale.
Mr. and Mrs. Coons will be at homo
after May 1, at 1H01 Cadiz street,
Tho financial statement for con
ference year ending April 1, 1911, of
tho Central Methodist Episcopal
church, Honesdale, Pa., District At
torney M. E. Simons, treasurer,
shows total receipts for the year of
$2623.59, and total expenditures of
$2622.77. R. J. Penwarden, treas
urer of the Board of Trustees, re
ports receipts of $33G6.93, and ex
penditures of $3338.03. For bene
volence during the year $1130, was
contributed, large items of which
were for Foreign and Home Mis
sions, $230 each. The Ladles' Aid
society, Mrs. R. J. Penwarden, treas
urer, raised $298.47 during the
year. The Whatsoever Circle, Car
rie E. Bryant, treasurer, cleared
$489.13. The Epworth League, Ella
Sharpsteln, treasurer, raised $36.57.
The Sunday school, Henry Dexter,
treasurer, contributed $221.57.
Our friend Haines, of the
Wayne Independent, Honesdale, says
that "one of the recent political
events in Pennsylvania was a call
received on the last night of March
by the editor of the Philadelphia
North American from Senator Pen
rose." Brother Haines evidently
forgot that tho last night of March
Is tho eve of All Fools' Day, and
swallowed the whole story. Kindly
remember that Senator Penrose is
not built that way. East Strouds
burg Press and Jeffersonian.
At the present time the topic
of conversation seems to be concern
ing the minstrel performance to be
given at the Lyric Theatre on the
evening of Thursday, April 27, un
der tho auspices of the Honesdale
Baseball Association. The very best
available local talent assisted by
some professional artists, will take
part in the show. Harry Madden,
the man with the big voice, will be
featured among the vocal soloists,
which Is certainly good news to
lovers of good singing. Dorin &
Carroll, tho old-time minstrels, will
present an entirely new act. This
will be their first appearance on the
stage in team work slnco before the
opening of tho Lyric. A sextette,
known as tho Jeltz Bros., are billed
to do an Instrumental specialty in
tho olio. This Is to be their initial
appearanco in public and they will
no doubt receive a rousing reception.
George Loercher, contortionist, for
the last time in Honesdale, will
oblige in assisting the baseball as
sociation, by giving an always pleas
ing bending and acrobatic act. Wilson
& Rich, a high salaried professional
team, are booked with a high class
black face singing and dancing act.
They alono will bo worth tho price
of admission In one of the funniest
of funny burnt cork performances.
The Easter music rendored last
Sunday In the First Presbyterian
church will be repeated next Sunday.
The collection Easter Sunday
at tho First Baptist church, Rev.
George S. Wendell, pastor, amounted
Tho Parish Aid society of tho
Episcopal church will meet Friday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Rus
sell Van Keuren.
In tho equity case of Eliza Box
vs. .Mrs. Jennie Bingham et ul., Her
man Harmcs, Esq., was appointed
master, Monday, by the Court.
The ladles of the Baptist church
will servo their annual supper on
Thursday, April 20. First table nt
A marriage license was issued,
Tuesday, to William Ehrlg, Carbon
dale, nnd Ethel M. Horst, Seoly
ville. In going around the turn at the
skating rink Thursday night, War
ren Smith, a young man aged 17
years, fell and broke both bones in
his left arm.
An electric device has been plac
ed on a Main street bill board near
McKenna's cooperage, from which
the names of the ploys at the Lyric
theatre will be illuminated.
Tho main floor of the Honesdale
Roller Skating rink has been wired
with four big Tungsten 500-watt
lamps, and Is one of, the best lighted
floors of its kind in 'the East.
There is to be a social at Deck
er's Hall, Calkins, Friday evening,
April 21, under the auspices of Y.
M. B. C. of Calkins Union Sunday
school. Doors open at 7:07.
Mrs. R. Grabow, Arlington, Pa.,
will hold a public auction on Tues
day, April 25, at 1 o'clock p. m.
Among the things to be auctioned off
are one team of horses and six cows.
Mrs. M-. A. Goodwin and daugh
ter, Mable, of Newark, are In Hones
dale moving some of the household
effects of tho late Mrs. Carrie E.
Wheeler to their home In Newark.
The Guerney Electric Elevator
Company is the new name of one of
Honesdale's leading Industries
known for many years as tne Na
tional Elovator and Machine Com
pany. Carroll J. Kelly, Captain of
Company E, Thirteenth Infantry,
and a popular employee of the
Honesdale Postofllce, was married at
Tunkhannock, Pa., Monday, to Miss
Matilda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
The engagement of Louis A.
Loomis, the popular proprietor of
the Hotel Wayne, was announced
Easter Sunday at a family dinner
given in Susquehanna at the home
of the parents of his fiancee, Miss
Tho county commissioners mot
Tuesday when testimony in the case
of Julius W. Keltz versus the county
of Wayne, trespass, was heard before
a board of arbitrators consisting of
Hon. Joel G. Hill, W. H. Bullock,
Tho case which is No. 187 June
term, 1909, Attorneys P. H. Iloff
and C. A. Garratt for the prosecu
tion and E. C. Mumford for the de
fendant, and for which a plea of not
guilty was entered, Is as follows:
"Count for Injury negligently
done by plaintiff to defendant's land
and building thereon, situated in
Texas, near the easterly end of a
county bridge over tho Dyberry riv
er known as the Goodman bridge,
by raising the grade of tho public
highway approaching said bridge, at
Its easterly end, and in so doing
negligently causing a large quantity
of dirt, stones and other material to
be deposited on plaintiff's said land,
and piled against said plaintiff's said
building, by reason whereof tho wa
ter flows from said highway against
and Into said building, causing the
same to be damp and uncomfortable,
and rotting the sills, and the passage
between said building and said
bridge Is made difficult and incon
venient, and at times dangerous,
from the accumulation of ice. Dam
ages laid at $1,500."
Fifty years ago, on April 12,
1861, Fort Sumter was fired upon.
Fifty years ago this country was Just
awakening to the shock of the great
est war that has ever been fought.
In this Seral-Centennlal Year The In
quirer will print a continual story of
the momentous events of that period
which altered the history of this
country If not of the entire world.
A complete history of the Civil war
retold In graphic and dramatically
interesting manner by an expert hlS'
torlan. The entire narrative of the
great conflict, as told by war cor
respondents of Tho Philadelphia In
quirer In tho field from 1861 to 1865,
will be retold with historical accur
acy In tho light of later develop
ments. This Is not tho story of the
war reprinted day by day and lasting
through tho long drawn out period of
nearly llvo years.
From the firing upon Sumter, in
April, 61, to Bull Run, In July, 'Ql,
no critical tests of tho strength of
the two great armies occurred, the
period being occupied mostly with
recruiting and some few minor sklr
mlshes and battles.
Tho Inquirer will tell the entire
story of the war In tho next three
A full page every Sunday will do
scribe in their order the great bat
tles of the war, while tho intervening
articles in tho dally Issues of The In
qulrer will make a connected story,
covering the entire conflict.
Do not miss this highly instructive
and entertaining history, which will
be a dally and Sunday feature In The
Inqulror during tho next three
months of this Seml-Centcnnlal year.
The Civil War will be tho great
topic of the year, and those who aim
to be well informed will find these
articles of Inestimable value.
If you are not now a regular read
er leave your order at once for both
the Daily and Sunday Inquirer.
The Easter collection In Grace
Protestant Episcopal church amount
ed to $140.
The Wayne County Teachers'
Association will meet at Pleasant
Mount, May 12 and 13.
The Odd Fellows of Pleasant
Mount will hold their nnnlversary
services at the M. E. church on Sun
day next at 10:30 a. m. All are In
vited to attend.
The' annual election for vestry
men of Grace Protestant Episcopal
church was held Monday night and
resulted In the choice of the follow
ing: Frank G. Farnham, Homer
Greene, Esq., Hon. E. B. Harden
borgh, W. II. Stengle, David H. Men
ner, Charles J. Smith, J. B. Nielsen,
C. D. Storms, W. J. Birdsall, J. N.
Welch. The only change In the per
sonnel of tho board was in the selec
tion of W. J. Birdsall to succeed R.
H. Duslnberre who recently moved
Henry Z. Russell spent Sunday
James Moran, Scranton, was an
Easter caller here. (
J. S. Pennell, Hawley, spent Sat
urday In Honesdale.
John Hayles, Scranton, spent
Easter with friends In town.
I. T. Major, Scranton, was a busi
ness caller In town last week.
Mrs. W. W. Wood Is visiting the
family of her son In Derby, Conn.
Miss Larissa Place, Tunkhannock,
Is the guest of Mrs. J. A. Brown.
Mrs. Henry Z. Russell Is visiting
relatives in Binghamton, N. Y.
Miss Grace Brown is home from a
visit with relatives In Orange, N. J.
Norman Farnham has returned
from a business trip through the
Chas. Schoonover and wife, Scran
ton, spent Sunday with relatives
Russell Dlmmlck and wife, Scran
ton, were Honesdale visitors over
Thomas Lynott and son, Leo, El-
mlra, were Honesdale callers last I
William Donnelly, Medico-Chi
College, Philadelphia, is visiting at
his home here.
David Petersen, Lehigh Univer
sity, is spending the Easter vacation
at his homo here.
George Thomas and family, Car-
bondale, passed Easter In the Maple
Mrs. Louis Partridge was a recent
guest of Mrs. G. M. Pierce, Peck-
Miss Caroline Peterson Is trans
acting business in New York city this
J. E. Uigart, Carbondale, is
transacting business in town, this
Mrs. Lawrence Bauer, Carbondale,
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. William
Herman J. Woelkers, Scrnnton
was a Monday business caller In
Mrs. Robert Torrey and daughter,
Clara, returned Friday from a trip
William Reiiler left Sunday night
to resume his studies at West Ches
ter Military Academy.
James A. Robinson moved Into
the house owned by Richard Dusen
berre on West street.
Gurdon Loomis, Deposit, N. vjr.,
spent Easter as the guest of his
mother, Mrs. A. G. Loomis.
A. C. James has removed from
Brooklyn, N. Y., to Lako James Ho
tel, Lakevllle, Wayne county.
J. Emery Smith, Scranton, rep
resenting the Electric City Auto
Company, spent last week in town.
Dr. Carrie HIgenbotham spent
several days recently as the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gummoe, Peck-
Eugene P. Cautleld, a student at
St. Bonaventure's College, Alle
gany, N. Y Is home for the Easter
'Miss Rena J. Keen, a popular and
successful teacher In the Orange, N.
J., schools, spent the Easter holidays
Robert Menner, a Yale student,
spent tho Easter vacation with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Men
ner. Judge A. T. Searle left Monday
for Easton where he will hold Com
mon Pleas court several days this
Mrs. W. W. Ham returned to her
homo In New York Saturday after
a pleasant visit with Honesdale
Mr. and Mrs. John MatthowB, of
Scranton, who have been visiting
friends here for a few days, have re
turned. Mrs. Martin Heft left for Strouds
burg Thursday where she will Join
her husband who has received em
Mr. and Mrs. George Evans,
Seelyvlllo, spont the Easter holidays
with her' sister, Mrs. Henry Boeth,
Parksklll, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Hawken,
North Main street, are making a two
weeks' visit with their daughter and
family at Wllkes-Barre.
Miss Ruth Farmer, Gouverneur,
N. Y Miss Cornelia Crossey, Miss
Harriet Eddy, Bay City, Mich., are
tho guests of Miss Lucy Russell.
A. D, Van Drlesen Is in town pre
paratory to moving his family to
Wllkes-Barre where he and his son
are employed as carpenters.
J. S. Helnlcklo moved his family
and household effects from Tryon
street, East Honesdale, to the Do
horty house on Church street.
Mr. and Mrs. Clint Doyle loft Fri
day for Clark's Summit and Nichol
son. Mr. Doyle was tho former pro
prietor of the Commercial Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. John Mathews, who
were married In Scranton, Wednes
day night, came to town Thursday
morning on their wedding trip and
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dun
can Mac Tavish,
Miss Helen Beck Is spending a
few days In New York.
F. L. Giehrer was a business caller
In Forest City last week,
Robert Menner, Yale, spent Sun
day with his parents here.
.Mr. and Mrs. A. H.'Noble, Boyd's
.Mills, spent Monday In town.
James Stranahan, Aldenvllle, was
a Tuesday business caller In Hones
dale. Mrs. II. Z. Russell is spending a
fow days with her mother, Mrs. Mar
garet Ball, Wellsboro.
Henry Brown returned to Peeks
kill, N. Y Saturday after a visit
with his parents here.
W. W. Starbuck, New York, has
been the guest of Honesdale rela
tives the past few days.
Daniel R. Coleman, who has been
working In Philadelphia the past six
months, lias returned to his home
On account of Illness County
Commissioner J. K. Hornbeck,
Equlnunk, was unable to attend the
Mrs. Arthur Fasshauer and son,
Robert, are spending the week In
Carbondale at the homo of tho
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. How
.Miss Nellie Tamblyn returned to
her school duties this morning after
spending Easter nt Carley Brook
with her parents, .Mr. and 'Mrs.
Mrs. T. Callaway, .Mr. and Mrs. E.
B. Callaway and Clarence Callaway
spent Easter in Upper Montclalr, N.
J., as the guests of the first named's
daughter, Mrs. Alfred L. Schuller.
Davjd Peterson, a member of the
class of 1914 in the civil engineering
course at Lehigh University, is
spending the Easter recess as the
guest o his parents, Dr. and Mrs. P.
B. Peterson, Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tamblyn,
Carley Brook, announce tho engage
ment of their daughter, Miss Nellie
J., to Walter J. Kimble, Sag Harbor,
L. I a son of Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
Kimble, Torrey. Mr. Kimble is an
instructor in ancient and modern
history at Sag Harbor, and Miss
Tamblyn is teaching successfully at
orange, N. J.
(Continued from Page One.)
Just what caused the death of
these brothers who had been left In
charge of the farm during tho ab
sence of their father, who spent the
night in Honesdale, is as much a
profound mystery now as it was then.
Before the Inquest at the Hunkele
homestead Saturday afternoon, Nov.
12, presided over by 'Squire Robert
A. Smith who was acting as Coroner
nd Interim, following the death of
Dr. Hrry B. Searles, Honesdale, F. J.
Hunkele, Sr., gave a detailed ac
count of his movements on that day;
of the habits of the boys, who were
in the thirties, and gifted with ab
Other witnesses who testified
were: F. J. Hunkele, Mrs. Addle
Gibbs, Constable Schlosser, Morris
Evans, W. B. Ammerman and Dr. E.
As a result of that hearing Hun
kele, Sr., was held In $500 bail pend
ing further developments.
On Sunday, November 13, Dr. John
D. Wilson, State Hospital patholo
gist, Scranton, assisted by Dr. F. W.
Fox, Scranton, Dr. E. B. Gavltte,
White Mills, conducted a post mor
tem. The vital organs of both men
were remvoed and taken to Scran
ton. The shocking double tragedy bids
fair to go down into the annals of
Wayne county as an Inexplicable
Fancy Mixtures with full cut Knickerbocker Pants,
Coats cut full and stylish, double-breasted suits
with two pair of Knickers of the same material in
all new Spring shades, size 9 to 16 years $2.98
Russian and Sailor Blouse, a large assortment, 2J2
to 10 years $1.98 and $2.49
Boys' $5 All-Wool Blue Serge Suits, Double
Breasted and Norfolk Coats with two pair of
Knickerbocker Pants; Double-Breasted Suits of
fancy mixtures made of this season's latest fabrics ;
gray, brown and fancy mixtures, all sizes, 8 to 17
years, special at $3-49
100 special school suits made of Cassimeres and
Tweeds at $1.49
Enterprise Clothing House
A. W. ABRAMS, Prop. 1
Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes, Stetson Hats,' Douglass Shoes.
Notlco for Convention of School Di
rectors to Elect County
To tho School Directors of Wayne
Gentlemen: In pursuance of the
forty-third section of the act of May
8, 1854, you are hereby notified to
meet In convention, at the court
house, in Honesdale, on the first
Tuesday in May, A. D. "1911 , at 1:45
p. in. being the second day of tho
month, and Bolect, viva voce, by a
majority of the whole number of
directors present, one person of lit
erary and scientific acquirements,
and of skill and experience In tho
art of teaching, as county superin
tendent, for the three succeeding
years; and certify the result to the
State Superintendent, nt Harrlsburg,
as required by the thirty-ninth and
fortieth sections of said act.
J. J. KOEHLER,
County Superintendent of Wayne
April 6, 1911. SOeol 3t.
FOR COUNTY Sl'l'EUlNTENDEN'Jf.
To tho School Directors of Wnyne
I hereby announce myself to yot
as a candidate for the olllce of Coun
ty Superintendent of Schools.
CLARENCE H. PENNELL.
Us wick. Pa. 2 9 to
In The Recorder's OMrv.
Sylvester Joscelyn to Sarah Jos
celyn, 10 acres in Damascus.
Ernest C. Geer to Howard C.
Lord, lot In Preston, $23.
John W. Doyle to Burton Hutch
ins, lot in Waymart, $150.
Hiram F. Inch to Perry Sanders,
property in Waymart, $1600.
JOB FOR DREIIER MAX.
Chief Clerk 10 Auditor General 18
Secretary to Public Grounds
N. E. Hause, of Dreher township,
Wayne county, has been elected sec
retary of the state board of public
grounds nnd buildings, which has
authority over the cnpltol nnd nil
He succeeds Henry I). Jones, of
Montrose, who resigned.
Mr. Hause is chief clerk to the
auditor-general. Thursday's Tribune-Republican.
The Farmers tell us it is a
"backward" spring ; and our
spelling recognizes the fact.
But the spring is coming and
the wise shoppers have been
coming here to pick out the
Spnngish Jewelry which goes
so well with dainty Spring
dresses and Millinery. Don't
be backward in coming for
ward to find the pretty thing
which especially meets your
1127 Main St.
BOYS' $4 DOUBLE
BREASTED SUITS WITH 2
PAIR OF PANTS, INDIVID
UAL STYLISH LITTLE
MODELS - - - $2.98
Every boy wants anew
suit for Spring for that is
the time above all others
that he likes to look smart
and dressy. Come to-morrow
and select from this