The citizen. (Honesdale, Pa.) 1908-1914, September 08, 1911, Page PAGE 5, Image 5

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    rilE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, SEPT. 8, 1011.
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thresher, nearly new. N. L. Wood,
Boyds Mills, Pa. 2t
al Bank stock; ?165 per share.
Warren P. Schenck, Honesdale. 70tf
shaw will sell at his farm at In
dian Orchard, Saturday, Septemher
1C, 2 p. m., seven cows, due to
freshen In early winter. One two-year-old
brood sow, eight tonB of
hay. 71el3
good condition. T. B. Clark. 3t
orlck factory building, Including en
Slue, boiler and shafting. Inquire of
J, B. Robinson. BOtf.
LEGAL BLANKo for sale at The
Citizen office: Land Contracts,
Leases, Judgment Notes, Warrantee
Deeds, Bonds, Transcripts, Sum
mons, Attachments, Subpoenas, La
bor Claim Deeds, Commitments, Ex
ecutions, Collector's and Constables'
Sales, Tax Collector Warrants,
Criminal Warrants, Etc.
wheeled road cart. Address G.
Lock Box 827, Honesdale, Pa.
oughly overhauled and is ready
to take out parties. Howard J.
Erk. G9eI3
received for installing a steam
heating plant In the county Jail at
the Commissioners' office until 2
p. m. Thursday, September 14, 1911.
on Eleventh street with all mod
ern Improvements, including fur
nace. J. E. Richmond. 57tf.
THREE experienced workmen at the
bench daily. All repairs finished
at the shortest notice. Sommer,
Jeweler and Optician. 30tf
painting 'Herman bridge, Hones-dale-Texas
will be received at the
Commissioners' office until 2 p. m
Thursday, Sept. 14, 1911. 71e!2
ALL REPAIR WORK finished up-to-dato
In all our different branches.
Sommer, Jeweler and Optician. 30tf
Training School for Nurses. High
school graduate preferred. Apply to
City Private 'Hospital, Carbondale,
ting of tho construction of tho
bridge over Butternut creek In
Sterling has been postponed until 2
p. m. Thursday, Sept. 14. Bids are
requested to put in the iron bridge
on the ground, also bids for an en
tire new concrete bridge. Right re
served to reject any or all bids. 71e2
INVENTORY of our repair depart
ment shews 236 finished Jobs wait
ing to be called for. Sommer, Jewe
ler and Optician. 30tf.
Edward Freeman has a fine
collection of coins of all denomina
tions on display in Freeman Bros,
Rev. A. L. Whittaker will hold
service in the Indian Orchard school
house Sunday, Sept. 10, at 2:30 p.
m. All are invited.
'Paul McGranaghan has let the
contract to Kreltner Bros to re
model the front of his place of busi
ness, Main street. Large plate glass
will replace the present windows.
John K. Bunnell has been quite
successful in raising alfalfa. He
has cut two crops and tho third will
6oon be ready to harvest. It makes
excellent food for cattle. Mr. Bun
nell recently lost his fine herd of
cattle "by tuberculosis, but intends
restocking this fall.
The town council is removing
all walks on Main street that cross
between blocks. The road Is being
repaired, crushed stone will be plac
ed where needed after which it will
be rolled with a ten ton machine.
One block will bo completed before
another will be started so that tho
entire street will not be torn up at
one time.
A few days ago Isaac B. San
dercock, surveyor, left his automo
bile stand near the blacksmith shop
of Benjamin Garing, Hoadleys,
while he boarded tho train for a
place on that road. Mr. Garing and
Mr. Avery, an electrician for the Erie
railroad, saw the machine standing
near the former's shop and the temp
tation was too great for them. They
cranked tho automobile and started
to spin. around the place. When
out a short distance tho machine
balked and from what can be learned
it is claimed that tho ride was an
expensive ono and one which
Messrs. Avery and Garing will long
Mr. nnd Mrs. John E. Richmond
of Honesdale, are here 'for Ailgust
and oeptember, and are stopping at
Rosemont. They are hero to enjoy
the beautiful scenery, exhllirating
atmosphere, and to profit by the ses
sions of the Bible Conference. They
have their coachman, Charles rvnapp,
-with them, and after the sessions of
the Conference Mr. Richmond will
use his handsome team of horses to
explore many of tho handsome lakes
and other places surrounding Mont
rose. 'Mr. Richmond is delighted
witu Montrose (and Rosemont) and
says one thing that attracted him to
Montroso was the reputation of
Montrose as a place giving relief to
hay fever patients. Montrose Dem'
The oyster season opened last
The Boy Scouts broke camp on
Born, 'to Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Shrader, Wednesday, a son.
Oslek Tribe No. 318, I. O. R. M.,
meets this (Thursday) evening.
Kreltner Bros, are remodeling
the O'Nell house on Erie street.
" Let George Do It," a big mu
sical show, Is booked for Honesdale.
Joseph Hamm, a well-known
printer of Scranton, died Wednes
day, aged 52 years.
The conductors of the Delaware
& 'Hudson system will run their ex
cursion to Oneonta, N. Y., Septem
ber 20.
Grace Episcopal church, Sun
day, Sept. 10, services at 10:30 a.
m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at
12 M.
Miss Edna Olver, Tyler Hill,
and Theron Olver, Damascus, were
granted a license to marry on Wed
nesday. A marriage license has been
granted to Miss Grace Rlvenburg,
Carbondale, and Charles Howell, of
Dr. E. W. Burns will address
the Boy Scouts this (Thursday)
evening at the city hall on "First
Aid to the Injured."
District Attorney M. E. Simons,
Honesdale, and Victor Decker, Haw
ley, attended tho Republican con
ference at Susquehanna.
Mrs. J. S. Brown entertained
the Titus Mission band Thursday af
ternoon at her home on East street.
Miss Rena Kellom has returned
from a visit with relatives In Scran
ton. Our esteemed contemporary,
The Laceyville Messenger, completed
eighteen years of usefulness last
week. Here's to its health and its
happiness! May it live long and
While running between Port
Jervls and Mllford on the -way to
Scranton Sunday, the touring car
owned by Col. R. M. Scranton,
caught fire and was destroyed, to
gether with some baggage and
clothing carried in the machine.
Democrats who attended the
Congressional conference at Tunk
hannock from Wayne county were:
Hon. C. A. McCarty, County Chair
man. W. J. Ferber, J. Samuel
Brown, Mayor John Kuhbach, Hones
dale, and Thomas Gill, White Mills.
In the Presbyterian church next
Sunday morning the pastor will
sneak on "Tho Faith That Wins"
and in the evening at '7:30 read a
story that ought to be heard by the
Boy Scouts, politicians, omce-seeK-
ers and people generally. A story
for our times.
Miss Claire Vincent, of the
Gardner-Vincent company, well-
known to Honesdale theatregoers,
was taken with appendicitis several
days ago at Sunbury and was forced
to undergo an operation. Her many
friends here hope for her speedy re
Tho names of Mrs. John J
Brennan and Miss Lucy Joslln,
former school teachers of Carbon
dale. will appear on the Republican
ticket of that borough for school
board. It is thought from their ex
perience in the school room that
they will be quallnea to periorm tne
respective duties or tne board.
The new school code provides
for a payment of ?3 per day to
teachers attending County Teachers'
Institutes, and a forfeit of ?3 a day
for each day's absence from institute
without good excuse, the latter Bum
to bo deducted from the salary of the
teacher for the month following tho
Institute. The code makes proviS'
ion, also, 'for the calling of tho roll
of the Institute at least twice a
day, in order that absentees may be
Miss Grace Male, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Male, of Hawley,
was married to William Coxe, Corn
wall-on-the-Hudson, Tuesday after
noon, at the home of the bride's par
ents, by Rev. B. P. Ripley, of the
Methodist Episcopal church, me
young couple were motored to
i-cranton in C. L. Dunnlng's car that
afternoon. From that city Mr. ana
Mrs. Coxe will go to Buffalo on
their honeymoon. The bridegroom
is a' prosperous young merchant in
Cornwall, while his bride is a favor
ite among tho young people of tiaw
ley. Her many Honesdale friends
wish her a nappy wedded life.
Tho funeral of Miss Mary A.
Kallighan "was largely attended
from St. John's Roman Catholic
church Wednesday morning at 10
o'clock. Rev. Thomas Hanley cele
brated requiem high mass. The
bearers were all first cousins of the
deceased, excent Thomas Bracey,
The others were William Kallighan,
Michael, Philip and William Coyne,
and Thomas McKeon, of Scranton.
The flower bearers were Joseph KI1-
gallon and Thomas Butler, iieia'
tives and friends were present from
Scranton, Oneonta and Port Jervls,
N. Y. A number of Honesdale
friends went to Scranton Tuesday
and accompanied the remains here
on Wednesday.
The Erie railroad will change
its time-table on the Honesdale
branch of the Wyoming division
Sent. 9. at which time tho local
morning train will return to Its
former leaving time. There prob
ably will bo no change In the opera
tion of other trains on the brancn.
The main line trains will continue to
run between Deposit and Jersey
City until September 23. After the
change of time-table the extra cars,
b milk, postal and 'baggage, will be
discontinued, two at Hawley ana ono
at Honesdale, thus cutting the train
down to the former number of cars:
This will do away with tho extra
brakeman that the full crew law
nrovldes. Edward Robinson. Hones'
dale, who has been employed the past
few weeks as extra man, will then
be removed from the train. The
present time tablo accomodates the
New York communicators as well as
Honesdale neonle desiring to get in'
to the metropolis before noon and
the change will inconvenience quite
a number of people. It seems to be
the desire of the traveling public to
have the schedule remain as It is, if
The communication received
from Damascus was crowded out of
thlB Issue. We regret this, but such
things cannot 'be helped sometimes.
The Wayne' County Farmers'
Mutual 'Piro Insurance company
have over ?4, 000,000 worth of poli
cies written and notes out over
$160,000. During tho past fiscal
vear which ended SoDt. 1. 1911, the
company gained $150,000 of busi
ness. In this period ot time tnere
have been 51 losses and damages by
fire and lightning as against 2G a
year ago.. The losses last year
amounted to ?6,G11.26. At tho an
nual meeting of the directors just
held nn assessment of 6 jier cent.'
was declared on the outstanding
notes, which is one per cent, less
than last year.
David Potter, Lackawaxen, Is
visiting 'friends in town.
J. S. Brown spent Wednesday in
the Lackawanna Valley.
Miss Mary A. Hearn is visiting
relatives at Wllkos-Barre.
Frank Hollenbeck, Carbondalo, Is
transacting business in town.
Edward A. Katz was on business
in New York City, Thursday.
Miss Mame Kelly and Miss Etta
Fuerth are In New York city.
Slgmond Katz went to Philadel
phia on business Wednesday.
Dr. A. C, Volgt, Hawley, was a
caller In Honesdale Wednesday.
Mrs. Louis Dain, Port Jervls, is a
guest of relatives In Honesdale.
Mrs. George S. Puray returnea
Wednesday from touring Europe.
John Congdon was a recent busi
ness caller In Scranton and vicinity.
Miss Florence Harrovm Is visiting
at the home of Mrs. Ella Curtis, Main
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Grambs and
daughter spent Sunday and Monday
in Hawley.
Miss Ruth Kennedy, Pleasant
Mount, visited relatives in Deposit.
N. Y., last week.
W. H. Hulsizer made an official
visit upon Mllford Masonic Lodge
Wednesday evening.
Angus Lawyer of the Custom
House, New York, lis spending a few
days in Honesdale.
Albert Krantz motored a party of
Honesdale friends "to Lake Hunting
ton on Monday last.
Miss Anna H. Brown spent the
first of tho week with Mrs. C. E.
Johnson at Crystal Lake.
Mrs. John D. Weston and Mrs.
Fred B. Whitney arrive at JJew York
on the Celtic Friday night.
Earl 'Mitchell left Tuesday for
Brooklyn, N. Y., where ho has se
cured a lucrative position.
Miss Frances Wootten, of New
York City, is a guest at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lawyer.
'Lieutenant of Erie Police Guy
Kelph, Dunmore, was a caller in
Honesdale Tuesday on business.
Peter Chakaris, one of the part
nors of the Greek Candy Kitchen, is
in Scranton for an indefinite period.
Paul Hendricks and sister, Miss
Helen, are spending a few days with
relatives and friends in Honesdale
Abe Susnltzsky, who is a guest of
relatives here, is now spending two
weeks at Twin Lakes, Berlin town-
Mrs. H. W. Coleman and .'three
children, Unlondale, are visiting Rev
and Mrs. George R. Merrill, Deposit,
N. Y.
Monroe Weiss, of New York city,
spent Sunday with his sisters, 'Misses
Tillie and Carrie Weiss, on Park
Mrs. A. B. Hull and daughter.
Elizabeth, returned to New York
city after spending tho summer in
Mrs. J. D. Babco'ck returnea to
her home in Brooklyn Wednesday
after a pleasant visit with relatives
In Honesdale.
Frank S. 'Merritt has returned
from his vacation spent at Cape
Cod. Mrs. Merritt will remain about
a month longer.
'Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Tallman and
daughter, Miss Alice, returned Wed
nesday 'from Ariel, where they spent
a part of their vacation.
F. A. Jenkins and H. R. Menner
returned Tuesday from a trip in
cluding New York, Boston and oth
er New England state cities.
Miss Mary Kilroe and friend, Miss
Anna Neville, returned to New York
City, Wednesday, after a visit at the
formers home at Tanners Falls.
Rev. Joseph Gagon, WIlkes-Bar-
re, a new ordained Driest and col
legemato of Eugene Caufleld of this
place, is spending a few days here.
Charles L. Dunning and family
motored to Stroudsburg Sunday
where they spent the, day with rela
tives, xney returned Monday night,
Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Ullman re
turned to Baltimore Wednesday af
ter a few days spent with the lav
ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jonas
Leon Scudder, who is manager of
tho Armour Packing company, Pat-
erson, N. J Is visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. David Scudder, at
Mrs. T. E. Callaway and son. C
R. Callaway, returned Tuesday
evening from a few days' visit with
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Schuller, Upper
Montciair, N. J.
L. Blumenthal and A. R. Taeuh
ner, who are touring tho Panama
Canal Zone, have written friends of
their safe arrival in Kingston, Jo.
maica, on August 29.
Mrs. C. F. Rockwell and daugh
ter, Miss Harriet, are spending a few
days at tho former's birthplace in
New York state, near Liberty, N. Y.
They were taken overland in C. E.
Glbbs' auto. II. C. Rockwell accom
panted his mother and sister but re
turned with air. Glbbs.
J. D. Weston accompanied his
niece, Miss Edna Cornish, of Nyack,
N. y as tar as Now York City, yvea
nesday. Mrs. J. D. Weston and Mrs
Fred B. Whitney, who have been
touring Europe, arrived In New York
Thursday morning. Mr. weston
will accompany them to Honesdale
in his car.
Edward J. Woodward, of the
Scranton postoffice, is spending a
week with hiB father, Frank P.
Woodward, at Hoadleys.
Miss Catherine Coleman, Atlanta,
Ga., returned to Scranton, Wednes
day, enroute to her home. After a
short visit with relatives in Plttston
Miss Coleman will return to her
home In the south.
Mrs. Martin Lynch and son,
Frnncis, of Sayre, are guests of the
former's father, Martin Caufleld, on
Park street. Miss Frances Caufleld,
who has been visiting her sister in
isayre, accompanied per home.
Major Edgar Jadwln, late of Ga-
tun, Panama. Canal Zone, spent from
Sunday until Thursday afternoon
with his father and sister here. Mr.
Jadwin Is a civil engineer in the em
ploy of the government. From
Honesdale he went to Nashville,
Tenn., Thursday.
Attorney W. H. Lee returned from
Climax, Mich., Thursday morning af
ter an absence of a week. Mr. Lee
says it is very dry in central Michi
gan,' while there has been rain near
the lake. The apple crop Is not up
to the average df the state pro
duction, Mr. Lee stated. Large
quantities of white beans are raised.
One farmer has 80 acres In cultiva
tion. Ho receives $2 'ner bushel for
Special to The Citizen.:
BETHANY, Pa.. Sept. 7. Ross
Cody, Scranton, spent last week
visiting friends here.
Mrs. M. L. Slayton was called to
Miners Mills last week by the death
of her nephew, Melvla Vastblnder,
from a railroad accident.
J. J. Hauser is enjoying a trip to
Pleasant View, R. I., and Philadel
Walter Grlmstono, 'of Schenectady.
has been spending his vacation with
his mother, Mrs. Rhoda Grlmstone,
The funeral of Charles W. Sutton
took place Tuesday afternoon from
tne fresbyterian 'Church, Dr. w. tl.
Swift, Honesdale, officiating. Mrs,
F. B. Brundage sang several selec
tions and interment was made In the
new part of the cemetery. Those
from away were: Mrs. Kinney, Falls-
burg, N. Y., sister of the deceased:
Henry Lavo, Brooklyn, N. Y.: Mr.
and Mrs. Amos Rutledge and chil
lden, Galilee; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Paynter and children, Carbondalo,
and Mr. and Mrs. John Clemo, Way
mart. Mr. Pethlck and son Louis, Car-
boTidalo, are doing Inside work on
the Strongman mansion and boarding
with Mrs. L. Pethlck.
Dolla Cody, Scranton, spent Sun
day at the home of Mrs. Hauser.
Mr. Gardiner, Scranton, who Is
working in the Interest of the Trlb
une-Ropublican, was a caller here
last week.
James Monington was taken with
stomach trouble Saturday and Dr.
Burns was called and pronounced it
peritonitis. 'His condition remains
Mrs. Brundage, Scranton, return
ed to her home, Sunday.
Mrs. Selfarth and little daughter,
Martha, of Scranton, came Friday
to visit Mrs. Henry N. Miller. Mr.
Selfarth spent Sunday and Labor
Day with his family, all returning
Mrs. Jackson Woodwara ana
aaughter, Mrs. Davidson, of New
York, spent Saturday and Tuesday
here. "
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller and
daughter, Mildred, Carbondale, are
visiting airs. Miller's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. William 'Paynter.
Mr. and Mrs. Judson Noble, of
Scranton, spent Sunday and Labor
Day with Mrs. Noble's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. I. J. Many.
ailss Edna Lavo returned to New
York Sunday.
Mrs. Edward Ward spent several
days at the Gammell home this
Mr. Eisenberger, who has been
supplying tho Presbyterian" church
here this summer, preaches his last
sermon Sunday evening and leaves
for his home in Columbia, Pa., Mon
day morning. We have had a series
of fine sermons this summer and
thoroughly appreciate this talented
young preacher.
Howard Johns, Carbondale, spent
Labor Day with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. James Johns.
airs. James Johns is suffering
from rheumatism and Is under Dr.
Burns' care".
Elmina E. Whipple, wife of S.
Henry Lee, passed away at her home
in Orson, August 2, 1911, after hav
ing been afflicted with paralysis for
several years. Deceased was born
June 18, 1840, in Greenfield, Pa.,
and was a daughter of the late Tru
man and Adallne Whipple, formerly
of Massachusetts. On December 30,
1858, she was married to S. Henry
Lee, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Leo, also of Greenfield, and together
with her husband, in 1862, came to
this part of Wayne county where
they have since resided. Tho de
ceased was a woman of exemplary
Christian character and a loving
friend and mother. In 188C she
united with tho Orson Methodist
'Episcopal church under the pastor
ate of Rev. Philip Houck, and was
always found in her place in the
house of worship, even after she was
scarcely able to attend on account
of ill health. She leaves to mourn
her demise, beside her husband, S.
'Henry Lee, five daughters Mrs.
Theresa Wall, New York City; Mrs.
J.. E. Temperton, Hatboro, Pa.; Mrs.
L. O. Mosser, Garwood, N. J.; Mrs.
Fred Soule, Lestershlre, N, Y and
'Mrs. Clinton Hine, Orson, who so
tenderly cared for her mother dur
ing her last years of Illness; two
sons also survive Irvln H. Lee and
John B. Lee, both of Orson. Fun
eral was held in the Methodist Epis-
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the
Signature of
copal church, Aug. 5, 1911, her
former pastor, Rev. O. G. Russell,
now of Hamlin, officiating, using for
his text Luke, 8:52 "Weep not,-she
Is not dead but sleepeth." Music
was sweetly rendered by a quartette
from the church choir. Friends and
relatives showed the esteem in
which the deceased was held by
sending several beautiful floral trib
utes. Bearers were: Jown Lewis.
D. J. Hine, L. D. Wall, S. H. Hine,
H. G. Palmer, A. S. Lewis. Inter
ment took place in the family plot
in Orsou cemetery.
Charles vesley Sutton, son of
Charles Wesley Sutton and Susan
Knapp, was born at Stevensville,
Sullivan county, N. Y., April 7,
1876, and passed very peacefully
away at his home in Bethany, Aug.
20, 1911, about 10 o'clock p. in.,
aged 35 years, 4 months and 19
days. His boyhood days were spent
at Stevensville and for the past
twelve years he lived at Hancock,
N. Y. June 22, 1907, ho married
Augusta C. Lavo of Bethany, who
with two children, Vincent Keith and
Kathleen Augusta, survive him. The
other surviving relatives are two
sisters, Mrs. Eugene Kinne of Falls-
burg, N. Y.: Mrs. Howard Beebe,
Middletown, N. Y., and two brothers,
Melvln, of McClure, N. Y., and Sam
uel, in the West.
He had been a great sufferer for
several months of complications yet
bore It 'With great patience, earnest
ly desiring that his Hie might bo
spared to his wife and children to
whom he was greatly devoted, and
while the end came peacefully, it
was no less a shock to his sorrow
ing wife who had so lovingly and
tenderly cared for him. He was of a
bright, cheerful disposition and es
pecially kind and thoughtful of tho
aged and the many tokens and mes-
sages of symnathv received durlnelnamed Bank, do solemnly swear that tho
m nU ylZ?, 'It" "UriS?f above statement s true to the best ot my
his illness from friends where the
most of his life had been spent,
showed the high esteem in 'Which he
was held. The funeral services were
conducted at the Presbyterian
church, Tuesday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock by Rev. Dr. Swift. Mrs.
Brundage of Scranton, sweetly sang
"Sometime We'll Understand." The
floral offerings were profuse and
beautiful. The remains were laid to
rest in the Bethany cemetery.
Friends who attendea tho funeral
from a distance were Mrs. Eugene
Kinne, Fallsburg, N. Y.; Henry Lavo
and Miss Edna Lavo, Brooklyn, N.
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W. B. HOLMES, President. H. 8. SALMON, Cashier
A. T. SEARLE, Vioe Pres. W. J. WARD, Ass'x Cashier
We want you to understand the reasons for the ABSOLUTE SECURITY
of tills Bank.
HAS A CAPITAL OP - - - $100,01)0.00
MAKING ALTOGETHER - - 527,342.00
EVERY DOLLAR ol which must be lost before any depositor can lose a PENNY.
It has conducted a growing and successful business for over 35 years, serving
an increasing number of customers with fideelity and satisfaction.
Its cash funds are protected by MODERN STEELE VAULTS.
All of these things, coupled with conservative management, insured
by the CAREFUL PERSONAL ATTENTION constantly given the
Bank's affairs by n notably able Board of Directors assures the patrons
ot that SUPREME SAFETY which Is the prime essential ot a cood
Total Assets,
or THE
At the close of business, Sept. 1, 1911.
Loans and Discounts t 216,395 39
Overdratts.secured and unsecured 18 22
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation. 65,000 00
Premiums on U. S.Bonds , 1.800 00
llonds. securities, etc .... 1.219,017 91
Banking-house, mrnlture anu nx
tures ........... ..................
Due from National Banks (not
40.000 00
2,742 72
Due from State nnd Private Banks
and Bankers. Trust Companies,
and Savings Banks
Due from approved reserve
Checks and other cash items....
Notes ol other National Banks..
Fractional paper currency, nick
els and cents
Lawful Money Reserve In Bank,
Viz: Specie $77.214 50
Legal tender notes 13.755 00-
Redemptlon fund with U. S.
Treasurer, (5 per cent, of circu
lation) 333 70
129.907 39
405 00
320 11
90,999 50
2,750 00
Capital Stock paid in I 150.000 00
Siiroltis fund..
Undivided profits, less expenses
and taxes paid
National Bank notes outstanding
Due to other National Banks
Due to Trust Companies and Sav-
49.216 63
15.800 00
1,885 53
202 11
Inns Banks.,
Individual deposits subject to
cneck j
Demand certificates ot
deposit 22,445 00
Certified checks 55 00
Cashier's checks out
standing 2,1197 UU- 1,124,741 oo
Hnnds borrowed
Notes and bills redlscounted
Bills payable. Including certifi
cates ol deposit for money bor
rowed Liabilities other than those above
is ono
Total 11.821.815 65
State of Pennsylvania, County of Wayne, ss.
I. II. Z. Rcbbell. President of the nbove
Irnnwlerlee and belief.
H. Z. Russell, President,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
6th day ol Sept. 1911.
R. A. SMITH, N. P.
Correct attest:
P. R, Murray, -Directors.
Andrew Thompson. J 71w4
Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Amos Rutledge,
Galilee; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Payn
ter, Carbondale; Mr. and Mrs. John
Clemo, Waymart, Pa. The pall-bearers
were Emerson Gammell, Judson
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Send postal to-day for booklet.
v Ambrose A. Whalen, Agent,
Honesdale, Pa.
Home Office, NEWARK, N. J.
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