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THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, 1EC. 20, 1011.
The New York Giants finished
inir irm mv vnnninaninir Trio
.run tr a irnonnn rno inn in n n n vn n n
ii'irii w a tti n n wnn ninn irnw on a n n
iNi irirpn wninn la Tna naar onnnrme
ver iuuuQ dv an Amer uan team in
The Cubans had com to the belief
iul Liiuir LRiims Tvnrfl wnn niirn n
xuuxi mvaaea tneir lsiana in tne last
Tlf rnn-. fill I 4. i .
i ill (4 ir ii tti oa rnm r na lainTinora rv
niii in i ririTia inor rnnr hut Tnn
oria s unampion Atnietics lost six
r nr tnn irnmoQ rn t'hn i:i!hane
However, the Athletics stacked un
nnk. TCrirlin fViillnfl. TTrnnlr Tlnlrnr
imps w r n r no mnnrn. r.nn i :n innn
jci &i tin i. li n i iiiiurn iL hi iif4 in
"As the father of thirteen chll
dron I certainly know something
about your great medicine, and aside
iram my own lamily experience I
have, In my years of practice, found
Castorla a popular and elllclent rem
edy in almost every home."
Medical Journals are reluctant to
discuss proprietary medicines. Hall's
Journal of Health, however, says:
" Our duty Is to expose danger and
record the means for advancing
neaun. ine day for poisoning In
nocent children through greed or l&
nurunce ougm to end. To our
knowledge Castorla Is a remedy
which produces composure and
health by regulating the system, not
by stupefying It, and our readers are
entitled to the information."
The double umpire system will
J T"1 t 1 ir . . ,
h spur m h in i h I I . ' na hnpitin
esiern leagues 'nave enaorsea tne
nn!v iiir i h i z. in ji nnmnor nr rnn
at- l1nnn T t-n,,14-n IU4- I. 1 1
uonnio iviacK plans tne most stren
e world s champions next spring.
vuawt,t,u 1 r 1 1 1 tU..U.WU VUU1U
11 follow thn nnllt'V nf MrfJrnw nf
n HUntfl TJrt 11.111 fnVA U1r, ,rr....nr.
PR Smith nhnilt Pohrnnrv 9A Tha
'iao (juDans in tne recent Ulant
mpH Wflrfl mnstlv Infnrnctorl in
ttln hfitwpBn "TUp- RW" Mnthoroonn
u nieiiuEz, who is Known on tne is-
n ns h npir n nmnnri" drh
iih nii (!K n nrnnwsnn worn ir Tint
r luenaez s coior no undoubtedly
the big leagues.
He has repeatedly stood American
tiara It! tlial. Iiailla nnil flirt rvnmnn
nail, uasi summer Aienaez pitched
tne Cuban Stars, which agfrreca-
ii ii :i vhii iiiniiv in mpa iwirn rvaur
r k h iTiinif Ram .nrniacc nnn tno m -.
York wants Monte Cross for man
er. bo does Lynn. Mass.
Always Room At the Top.
When It comes to a thirst.
knowledge a great many men, and
some women, are Frohlultlonists.
How often we find a vounc man
In a position of some trust who an-
pears to do so thoroughly satisfied
wun nis place mat he never thinks
of fitting himself for something more
important ana more remunerative.
Such a man is never ready when
opportunity Knocks at his door,
When he finds some one else pro-
inotea over mm he Is prone to lay
the blame upon luck or "pull." He
rarely sees that he himself Is respon-
siDie ior nis stationary place in the
commercial or professional activities
of the world.
There is always room at the top,
but he or she who never looks up
Invariably slips back in the long
Learn what the man ahead of you
Is doing. Learn to do that as well,
if not a little better than he can,
and you will find the knowledge not
only a light burden but an enorm
ous advantage in tho fight for suc
cess. As Theodore N. Vail says in Busi
" The eleventh commandment is,
'Understand what you have to do
and do it.' " Oakland Inquirer.
Yale has cut Penn off its rowing
rieaiuuuL iierruiann, oi me xa
liKU nil iih iiiiih Tim niiiiiipnTiriTi it
llfinno rpirnrrilntr thn wnrlrl'Q carina
ket-scalplng scandal which Ban
jonnson, neaa or tne American
ilKUOi CIU1U1S LU I1UYO in niS DOS'
Fielder Jones Is likely to 'bo the
lvfir. 'is. i:.. rn nnrr nnn lira . nnoa
consented to become a candidate
tne omce, and It is freely nre-
ICU Hi (it, HIO UUC-tllXiO IUU1 UL VJiU'
of a winter league, which would
i ii ii R LiJirHKiinvi 1 1 f I n tti Tn Mon
1 filirh nARRPM olnolnllv intn nam
season James E. Gaffnov. of Now
rk, and John M. Ward, the famous
cher of tho New York team twen
years ago, will direct Us affairs.
the Athletic basehall team, is in-
irnr. rnn tin wor wrm pnntn ininw
acres on the Ferry road, near
J 1U1 U1CI ir UIVUKIl II V K 1 L K M I n I1LI II-
Last .week Baker bought a 200-
o laiux hjluulou just uuruBB me
n irnm inn iinirnr t n rm
llhVU A WAV II V CSVLi TlfirTlViTI
Wiich Parents May Profit.
f. war nn nnrplntinn rtf trontlA-
n nrnrnoolnnn lif nh trnl n linn m ri
drug store, so to speak, and who
u uuuu uuuuecLeu wim ic an Liieir
tt mlm A.1,41 J. 1-1 n.n.l J
the aliments of Infants and chll-
It has always "bean recognized
n ITl (irillirinilQ npannvntinn nnrt
aiu ii ao 'ucuii liih irrRJirHsr. minii-
!p. hilt, hv inhArnf morlt All
not "by flamboyant advertising or
Ice. but bv inherrRnt. inArli- All
D1V1AUO A CtUlUUlQUU 11 f IXUK1 ill a 11
rolifon fnnv nthai nninn a fnlrn
iimj wfcw suia tana
'onto vrr r f twhnt tna nltwolntnn
them when he was first called
consultation. All good family
remedy or old, for they took it
. nil lid HAtl T n.nn
ti thlrtv Vfinra. aeo that, nnatnrln
de a place for Itself in the houso
d. It bore the signature of
rinct m H'lnrpnnr innn. nn ir vinna
n v "nn HipnHTiirn in lra iriinrnn
, which Is accepted in thousands
homes where there are children.
tucn is printed nowauays aDout
families. Dr. William J, Mc-
nn, of Omaha, Nob., is the father
one of thesd Tnuch-read-about
uies. aiero is wnat ne ears:
Offer $500 For Best Poem.
The board of trustees and tho
council of tho Brooklyn Institute of
Arts and Sciences have offered a
prize of ?500 for the best poem on
the battle of Brooklyn to be written
by a United States citizen and sub
mitted to the Institute on or before
October 1, 1912.
The poem shall include the main
historical facts connected with the
battle of Brooklyn. It shall not ba
less than three hundred lines or
more than six hundred lines in
The poem shall be either typewrlt
written or written in a legible hand.
and four copies of the poem shall be
In case no noem is considered bv
the Judges worthy of an award, pay
ment shall bo withheld. Such poem
as may receive the award shall be
tho property of the Institute, to be
published as the Institute may de
termine. Tho award shall 'bo made by the
Institute on recommendation of a
committee of three judges, consisting
of Prof. Caleb T. Winchester, of
'Wosleyan University; Prof. Henry.
Van Dyke, of 'Princeton; and Prof.
Bliss Perry of .Harvard.
FOOD COMMISSIONER FOUST
D150DAKES MIMC TO B GOOD.
Exlinustlvo Tests Made by Depart
ment of Agriculture.
Exhaustlvo tests made by the Dairy
and Food division of the State De
partment of Agriculture are accent
ed by Dairy and Food Commissioner
James Foust as Indicating that the
complaints against the milk stand
ard fixed by tho recent act of as
sembly are not well founded.
Six tnousand samnles were collect
ed during three months by agents of
tne division ana tested by experts to
see wnetner tney snowed 3 per
cent, nutter rat and 12 per cent,
solids In milk and 18 per cent, but
ter fat In cream, as required by the
new law. The fact that the samples
taken In 70 cities and towns were up
to the standard convinces the state
officials that the standard is not too
high. As a result any attempt to
induce the next legislature to modi
fy the law will be vigorously onnos-
"It is a notorious fact," said Com
missioner Foust, "that the people of
Pennsylvania have been huylng and
paying for a very Inferior oualltv of
milk during tho recent years. It Is
equally well known that much of the
milk has left the dairyman In cood
condition. But some of the distrib
utors, a good many of them, have
made a practice of tampering with
the milk, to their own profit and the
uisaavantago of the consumer. It
was for the purpose chiefly of get
ting at. tnese aisnonest middle men
that the law was enacted and it will
be rigidly enforced. Knowledge of
this was already resulted in a mark
ed improvement in the quality of
milk on sale throughout the state,
but the average must be better yet."
Saturate a small piece of cotton
ba.ttlng In glue and wran It around
a nail, then place It In a hole pre
viously made In a plaster wall.
When the glue dries, the nail will re
stones corner and south twenty de
grees east one hundred and one rods
to tho middle of the aforesaid road;
and thonce along said road south
fifty-five degrees west thirty rods to
iue piaco or oeginning. Comprising
Lot No. 22 In the allotment nf thn
lands of Swamp Brook, belonging
lurmeriy to saiu Lord and Tracy and
containing eighty-five acres and fif-ty-nlno
perches bo tho same more or
Tho Other Bald Int. nf Innrl hnirln.
nlng at a heap of stones, being the
northeastern corner of lands convey
ed to Jermlma Jane Stlnnard, run
ning thence by the same South sixty
uuu one-nair degrees west one hun
dred and ten rods to a post and
stones corner; thence by lands late
oi Jesse uonum, north sixteen and
one-half degrees west, twenty-seven
and three quarter rods to a post
turner, nortn sixty-eight and one
half degrees east one hundred and
twenty and three-quarter rods to
a stones corner; and thence by the
i-uru ana xracy lands south four de
grees west thirty and three-quarters
roas to tne place or beginning. Con-
turning twenty acres more or less.
Together With Imnrnvamnnto
ANNA M. GOLDSMITH,
Admx.'of estate of Anna M. Stln-
nara, late of Palmyra.
beano & Salmon, Attys.
A CC0UN1 of ALBERT G.MITCHELL
NotlCA 1.(1 llPmhT. crtl'ntl fVint 41. 41.1 -.1 l
llnnl account of the guardian above named
m1" 5 ITesented to tlie Court of Common
.UP?? ?! Wpyms Co. for Confrnmatlon nisi,
third Monday of January ana will be con
firmed absolutely by said Court (sec res.)
on llmrsdny. March . 1912, unless excep
tions are previously filled.
llonesdale. Dec. 21, 1911. l'rothonctary.
Dlt. PALMEItTON PRESENTED
A FINE AUTOMOBILE.
Dr. It. K. Padmerton, Cannons
vllle's . popular -physician, is feeling
pretty goou natured these days, he
being the possessor of a fine five
passenger 'Harmon touring car, pre-
sentea nim oy Mrs. Anna Woerlshof
fer, mother of the unfortunate
young lady -who was killed in an
automobile accident near Cannons-
ville last September. The car Is
the ono which Miss Woerlshoffer
was driving at the time of the acci
dent. It was shipped to New York,
where it was taken to a garage and
thoroughly overhauled and repaired.
Tho doctor received word from Mrs.
Woerlshoffer a few weeks ago that
sne intenaea presenting nim with
the car in consideration for his ser
vices and kindness at tho time of
iher -daughter's accident, and that
she would ship it to him as soon as
the repairs were made. The ma
chine arrived last Friday and is as
spick and span as new; in fact it is
practically a new car, helng of the
1911 model. .Deposit Courier-Journal.
"THK COUNTY SIIEKIFF" nt tho
Lyric Aoiv l ear's Afternoon anil
No Joy Without Health.
Every man, woman and child are
Interested in what kind of foods they
put into their stomachs. From
half to two-thirds of tho sickness
and 111 feelings people encounter are
due to what they eat. A prominent
physician said the other day, "How
can people expect to enjoy good
health while loading their systems
with all kind of mixtures, many of
them being poisonous?" The health
and well being of the body should
be among every Indivldfaual's first
considerations. It is Impossible for
anyone to enjoy life -without good
health. The writer believes, from
his own experience, that it Is possible
ror every person, w living as near
to nature as possible and eating with
regularity 'plainest kinds of foods
proporly prepared and cooked, to
live in almost a perfect state of
health. All -wild things enjoy per
fect health, why can't we? Peonle
contract colds and so-called attacks
of grip, not by living In the open air.
hut in the foul and overheated and
oxygen-robbed atmospheres of tholr
homes, business places and shops.
Artificial heat that Is minus moisture
and oxygen is positively a dangenous
Many people suffer almost con
stantly from dull feelings and head
aches, ills that children so often
compalln of returning home from
school. Tho old-fashioned morning
and afternoon recess in schools has
heen largely abandoned. This Is a
T N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
X UNITED STATES FOR THE
MIDDLE, DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA,
John J. Bauman v. Honesdalo Shoe
Company. No. 109 February
To the Creditors and Stockholders of
the Honesdale Shoe Company and
all others Concerned:
Notice is hereby given that tho
uircuit uourt of tho United States
for tho Middle District of Pennsylva
nia nas oraerea as roiiows:
"NOW, 18th day of December,
1911, it appearing to tho Court that
the Receiver in the above entitled
action has filed an account showing
a balance for distribution and that
there are outstanding claims remain
ing unpaid, on motion of counsel for
Receiver, it is ordered that every per
son having a claim against th
Honesdalo Shoe- Company and th
Scranton Trust Company, Receiver
thereof, or either of them, shall
within twenty days present by mall,
or otherwise, to said Receiver at 516
Spruce street, Scranton, Pa., a sworn
statement of his claim; and it is
further ordered that James F. Bell,
Esq., be and is hereby appointed
Master to pass upon said claims and
state an account thereof and report
the same to the ourt; and tho first
hearing on said claims before said
Master is hereby fixed for 18th day
of January, 1912, at ten A. M at
the court room In the Federal Build
ing at Scranton, Pennsylvania."
Scranton Trust Company,
Recolver for 'Honesdale Shoe Co.
Warren, Knapp & O'Malley,
O'Brien & Kelly,
Counsel for Receiver. 102wS
ORPHANS' COURT SAUE OF
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
By virtue of an order of the Or
phans' Court of Wayne county, Pa.,
tne unaersignea, administratrix of
Anna M. Stlnnard, late of Palmyra,
deceased, will sell at nubile outcry at
tho court house in Honesdale, on
FRIDAY, JAN. 13, 1012, 3 1. M
the following proporty, viz:
All those certain lots, pieces or
parcels of land situated in tho town
ship of Palmyra, county of Wayne
and State of Pennsylvania, bounded
anu aescnoeu as follows, to wit:
The first of said lots beginning in
the Northern line of Hoel Comptons
at a post and stones corner In the
road leading from Bethany and
DIngman's choice turnpike to the
Saw Mill on Swamp Brook known as
Brink's Mill; thence by land of
Hoel Compton and Isaac Swavel,
north sixty-nine and one-half de
grees West one hundred and thirty-
eight rods to a stone3 corner; thence
by land of Jesse Collum and others
There snouid be two north sixty-seven degrees East thir-
brief recesses at every morning and
afternoon session of school in order
that the children might bo able to
mi tholr lungs wlth some health
giving dtmospbre and escape for at
least a brief period the poisonous
and foul air of the schoolroom. Open
or outdoor schools are being held in
some of tho -western cities.
ty-four rods to a stones corner and
north four degrees East ono hundred
and three and one-half rods to a post
and stones corner; thence by other
lanas or uuBsei F. Lord and T. H.
tt. Tracy, south seventy degrees EaBt
ninety-four rods to a post and stones
corner, south twenty degrees West
twenty-two Tods to a post and
iN THE COURT OF COMMON
X PLEASE OF WAYNE COUNTY.
No. 137 October Term, 1911.
In re-petition of Vere B. Stone,
F. J. Stone and W. E. Perham, exe
cutors of H. K. Stone, for satisfaction
A petition of tho above number and
torm has been presented to said
Court praying that a mortgage, giv
en by Warren L. Case and Mariah
H. Case to George W. Rockwell,
May Stanton Baldwin and Peter
Pailn, executors of the last will and
testament of L. N. Stanton, dated
January 27, 1887, for the payment
of Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars,
recorded in Mortgage Book No. 12,
pago on, against certain lands situ
ated In the Township of Damascus,
and described in said mortgage,
which mortgage was assigned on the
24th day of Ju'ly, 1890, to May Stan
ton Baldwin, recorded in Mortgage
Book No. 13, page 206, be satisfied of
recora -Because it is legally presumed
to have been paid. All persons in-
terestea are notified to appear In
said Court, Monday, January 16,
1912, at 2 o'clock p. ra and show
cause why said mortgage shall not. ho
satisfied of record and the lien thero-
M. LEE BRAMAN, Sheriff.
M. E. Simons, Attorney,
Honesdale, Pa., 100w4
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS OF
THE M1DANVILLE BRIDGE CO
Tho bondholders of the Milanvllle
Bridge Company will take notice
that in pursuance of a resolution duly
adopted by tho Company, and in ac
cordance with tho provisions of the
mortgage dated January 2, 1906,
given by the Mllanvillo Bridge Co.
to Homer Greene, trustee, one thous
and dollars of tho bonds secured by
said mortgage havo been drawn for
redemption. On presentation of said
bonds to Homer Greene, Trustee, at
his ofllce in Honesdalo, Pa., they will
bo paid at their par value, togethor
wun interest tnereon to January 1,
1912; on antl after which date In
terest thereupon will cease. The
numbers of tho bonds so drawn are
as roiiows: 64, 243, 32, 153, 218,
242. 30, 112, 27G, 33, 36, 114, 37,
245, 300, 87, 251, 227, 290, 298,
138, 11, 229, 126, 240, 100, 188, 142,
160, 281, 16, 62, 187, 246, 272, 164,
89, 169, 12, 173.
CHAS. E. BEACH,
Secretary of the Milanvllle Bridge
Nov. 14, 1911. 92eol4w
Estate of WILLIAM C. AMES.
Late of the Borough of Hawley, dpe'd.
Tho undersigned, an auditor ap
pointed to pass upon the exceptions
to account and to report distribution
of said estate, will attend to the du
les of his appointment, on Frlrinv.
January 5, 1912, at 10 o'clock a.
m. at nis omce in the borough of
Honesdale. at which tlmn and nlnm
all claims against said estate must
be presented, or recourse to the
fund for distribution will be lost.
M. IS. SIMONS, Auditor.
Honesdale, Dec. 13, 1911. 100w3
Estate of ELIZABETH OLKMO.
Late of Waymart. borough, deceased.
The undersigned an auditor nr.
pointed to report distribution of tho
funds in hands of Emma H. Hovl
and Ezra Clemo, executors of said
estate, will attend to the duties of
nis appointment on Friday, January
5, 1912, at 10 o'clock a. m.. at. h!q
office in the Borough of Honesdalo,
Pa., at which, time and place all
claims against said estate must be
presented or recourse to tho fund
for distribution will be lost.
E. C. MUMFORD,
Honesdale, Pa., Dec. 13, 1911.
Notice is hereby given that appli
cation will bo mado by Henry O.
Evans, A. G. Nesbltt and Harvey I.
Wilson to the Governor of Pennsyl
vania on Monday, tho 8th day of
January, A. D. 1912, at 10 o'clock
a. m., under the provisions of an
act of assembly entitled "An act to
provide for tho incorporation and
regulation of certain corporations,"
approved the 29th day of April,
1874, and tho several acts supple
mentary thereto and amendatory
thereof, for the charter of an in
tended corporation to be called tho
" NORTH AMERICAN TELEPHONE
AND TELEGRAPH CORPORA
TION," the character and object of
which is the constructing, main
taining, operating, buying and leas
ing telephone and telegraph lines for
tho private use of individuals, firms,
corporations, municipal and other
wise, for general business and for
police, lire alarm and -messengor
business; tho operation of telephono
exchanges and the furnishing of
facilities for communication by
means of the transmission of elec
tricity over or through wires, and
doing a general telephone and tele
graph business by- such means, with
in the several counties of the State
of Pennsylvania as follows: Bucks,
Greene, Washington, Fayette, West
moreland, Allegheny, Beaver, Law
rence, Butler, Mercer, Crawford, Erie
Warren, Venango, 'McKean, Clarion,
Armstrong, Indiana, Jefferson, Clear
field, Cambria, Somerset, Bedford,
Blair, Fulton, Huntingdon, Centre,
Clinton, Tioga, Union, Snyder, Mif
flin, Juniata, Perry, Cumberland,
Franklin, Adams. York. LancastGr.
Lebanon, Qauphln, Northumber
land, Montour, Lycoming, Bradford,
Columbia, SchuylklTT?-3erks. Ches
ter, Delaware, Montgomery, Lehigh,
Carbon, Northampton, Monroe, Lu
zerne, Wyoming, Lackawanna, Sus
quehanna, Wayne and Elk. and In
accordance with the general route
set out In Its Certificate of Incor
poration, and for this purpose to
have, possess and enjoy all the
rights, benefits and privileges of
said Act of Assembly, and the acts
amendatory thereof and supplemen
Evans, Noble & Evans,
December 11. 1911. Dec.15-20-29
Advertise in Tho Citizen.
Wo print circulars.
VJOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION,
ii ESTATE OP
Late of South Canaan Township,
All persons Indebted to said estate
are notified to make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned; and those
having claims against the said estate
are notitied to present them duly at
tested for settlement.
J. G. BRONSON,
South Canaan. Dec. 5, 1911. 9S.w4
TN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
X OF WAYNE COUNTY.
Mary C. Lehman v.
No. 84 March Term 1911. Libel In
To CHltTSTTANr r.KIIWAN. Vnn orn
by reouired to nnnear in thp ndIiI emirt n
tho third Monday in January next, to ans
wer the complaint exhibited to the judce of
said court by Mary C. Lehman, your wife,
in the cause above stated, or in default there
of a decree of divorce as prayed for in said
complaint may be made aclnstyou In your
absence. . M. I. ICE 15HAMAN. Sher"3.
searie & salmon. Attorneys.
llonesdale. Dec. 1. 1911. 96w4
N THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
L OF WAYNE COUNTY.
Gertrude J. Hale v. James E. Hale.
No. 214 March Term 1911. Libel In
To JAMES E. HALE: You are
hereby required to appear in the said
Court on the third Monday In Janu
ary next, to answer the complaint
exhibited to the Judge of said court
by Gertrude J. Hale, your wife, In
tho cause above stated, or In default
thereof a decree of divorce as pray
ed for In said complaint may be made
against you in your absence.
M. LEE BRAMAN, Sheriff.
Searie & Salmon, Attorneys.
Honesdale, Doc. 1, 1911. 96w4
NOTICE Ob ADMINISTRATION,
HUGH A. LANCASTER,
Late of Dreher Township,
All tierHnnn Inriph.prl in nnfrt nsfntanM iii.l.
fled to make immediate navmpnt. In thnnn.
dersiencd : and those having claims against
the said estate are notitied to present them
duly attested, for settlement.
ALUNZU- T. 8KAKLE.
llonesdale, Pa.. Nov. 28. 1911. D5w'
NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.
Notice Is hereby clven that. annVI-
catlon will be made by Plerson B.
Peterson, George Hessler and B. W.
Strongman, all of Honesdale, Pa.,
to tho Governor of Pennsylvania on
tho 5th day of January, 1912, at 10
o'clock, under tho provisions of an
Act of Assembly entitled "an Act to
provide ror the incorporation and
regulation of certain cornoratlons
approved April 29, 1874, and the
several supplements thereto, for a
charter for an Intended corporation
to bo called The Crystal Cut Glass
uo tno character and object of
which Is to manufacture cut glass
and for these purposes to have and
possess and enjoy all the rights,
benefits and privileges by the Aot
or AssemDiy and the supplements
C. A. GARRATT.
Financial Institution of Wayne
County has been designated by
the United States Government,
Depository Number 2115, for Pos
tal Savings Funds and is entitled
58 per cent.
of the total
POSTAL SAVINGS FUNDS
to be deposited in the Honesdale
INTEREST PAID from the FIRST of any
month on deposits made on or before the
TENTH of the month.
Do Your Banking
Wayne County Savings Bank
W. B. HOIjSIES, PRESIDENT.
HON. A. T. SEAItLE, Vice-President.
II. S. SALMON, Cashier.
W. J. WARD, Asst. Cashier
W. B. HOLMES,
W. F. SUYDAM,
P. P. KIMBLE,
A. T. SEARLE.
T. B. CLARK,
J. W. PARLEY,
H. J. CONGER,
C. J. SMITH,
H. S. SALMON.
D. & H. CO. TIHE TABLE HONESDALE BRANCH
8 30 ...ri ,
it oo J.::;:
io oo j9u III!)!
15 7 10 iiiii:
01 8 00
P.M. A.M. iiiii:
6 10 8 45 ".'.'I!
6 60 8 S3
AM 8 68
8 11 9 18
B 17 8 21
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8S2 8 37
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