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TUB CITIZEN, FRIDAY, IIEC. 20, 1011.
SDecIal to The Citizen.
Lake Como, Pa., Dee. 20.
A special watch night service will
be held In the Lake Como M. E.
church on New Year's eve, beginning
at nine o'clock. The service will
consist of a special sermon by the
pastor, Hev. William S. German, en
titled "Over Life's Turbulent Sea,"
which Is the second of the series of
sermons which commenced last Sun
day evening. The sermon will Tie
followed by an old-fashioned Love
The Ladles' Aid society held a
Bazaar and supper In the church
hall on Friday evening. Fancy arti
cles were on sale for the holidays.
Miss 'Hattie Kingsbury visited
friends in Scranton last week.
Miss Inez Knapp of Equlnunk,
spent Christmas at her home here.
Miss Mame Higgins, of New York
city. Is visiting her sister, Mrs. K,
Mrs. Hiram Geers spent Friday
and Saturday at Starlight.
Mr. and Mrs. William Johnston
spent Christmas with their daughter,
Mrs. Jessie Sherwood, of Preston.
Rev. German and family attended
the Christmas exercises at Lakewood
ISpeciai 10 Tne Citizen.)
Sterling, Pa., Dec. 26.
On the 13th the Ladies' Aid met
for dinner with Mrs. P. AV. Glllner
and there was a line turnout and
everything passed off very nicely.
Tho Grand Army men held a
meeting on the. 15th and elected
Floyd J. and Earl V. Crpss are.
taking a dental course at the Univer
sity of Pennsylvania, but are now
homo on a vacation.
Ethel Simons Is a student at the
S. N. S. at Dloomsburg but Is now
spending 'her vacation at home.
Prof. G. It. Relmer goes to
Slroudsburg and Pearle Green re
turns to 'her home.
This afternoon at the high school
building Rev. W. E. Webster gave
us a very interesting talk on "Oys
ters," and as ho knew what he was
talking about his remarks were
very interesting. At the conclusion
of the exercises all adjourned to the
'basement of the church and practi
cally demonstrated what oysters
were good fori Thanks!
While on school matters we should .
line tu usk liuuiu ui our cunesiJoiiu-
ents why a Baptist minister, Rev. F. i
L. Hartford, WhO is a SChOOl direC-
. .. 1. 1 .1 1. 1 . 1 .. I .1 r 1, I
iui, auuuiu u uuu iui ucw.s
judge at a preliminary oratorical
contest and Dr. A. J. Simons, of New
foundland, who is also a school di
rector, should be more acceptable?
We had the pleasure of hearing the
oratorical contest in the Sterling M.
E. church and supposed the judges'
decision was based on t'he merits of
the speakers, and so far as first
Ihonors were concerned and Lowell
Cross, the final contest at Honesdale
showed the judges made no-mistake.
rsppclal tu The Cltlzen.J
Inglehart. Pa., Dec. 26.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Botz and
daughter, of Lava, were callers at
Welcome Lake last week.
Mrs. Mary Skinner returned to
her home Thursday at Lava.
The children of Berlin school,
gave a very nice entertainment Fri
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bechlofft, of
Narrowsburg, visited the .former's
mother, Mrs. Mary Brlnkman.
Paul Brannlng, of Equinunk, spent
a few days with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Brannlng.
Marsell Brannlng and Jesse Deck
er were moving Fred Wood and fam
ily from Honesdalo to this place on
Monday and Tuesday of last week.
The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Warren Case died at their home on
Monday morning, the 18th, and was
buried at 'Indian Orchard Wednes
day. George Brannlng made a business
trip to Callicoon on Tuesday.
Special to The Citizen.
Tyler Hill, Pa., Dec. 25.
The Tyler Hill Union Sunday
school held Its Xmas exercises Satur
day evening. There was a very
good attendance and the school ac
quitted Itself creditably.
The Damascus Bantlst Sunday
school celebrated Christmas with ap
propriate exercises at tho church on
Perry Gregg, Abrahamsvllle, spent
Saturday night with relatives 'here.
Irving Peck is entertaining a
nephew from the city.
uwlght Griffith, "who has been
schooling himself in -Temple Unlver
elty, Philadelphia, is home for the
K. P. Johnston has received word
from Boston, Mass., that his brother,
Timothy, who has been in tho em
ploy of the Boston & Maine railroad
for some time, Is going to cross the
continent and Bojourn for some time
In California. This step he is taking
on account -of poor health. Not long
since another brother, Andrew, mov
ed from California to Massachusetts.
Ttife Swendsen family reunion and
Xmas' spread took place at the home
of Adam Swendsen of Mllanville on
Selah Olver and Charles Mltdhell
have returned from the vicinity of
Howells, N. Y., where they have been
Patrons' Day was observed at the
High school on Friday afternoon. A
debate on whether Reciprocity be
tween the U. S. and Canada would bo
advantageous to the United States
resulted in a victory for tho affirma
tive. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Eglar and
children, Margaret and Gertrude, of
New York, are visiting Mrs. Eglar's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Tyler.
Pearl Tyler, who is spending t)he
winter in Hancock, is home for tho
Robert Mitchell of West Chester
State Normal School, is spending 'his
vacation with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Amos Mitchell.
Chester Ross, who Is teaching
school in southern Pennsylvania, is
visiting relatives here.
A new storm door has been built
on t'he parsonage porch.
Rev. R. D. Minch preached
Calkins Sunday evening.
-"Dedal to The Citizen.!
Steene, Pa., Dec. 26.
Much credit is due to our teacher,
Miss Cora Miller, for the splendid
Christmas exercises that her pupils
rendered here Friday afternoon. The
programme from beginning to end
was rendered without a flaw. The
programme was as follows:
A Xmas Speech John Oberly
A Swedish Legend ... Florence Wood
Santa's Lotter Mary Haydock
The Xmas Ship. . .Alfred Hogancamp
Sharing WiMi Others, Ella M. Swingle
I Wonder George Haydock
The Holey Stocking Edith .Haley
A Xmas Song Annie Oberly
Santa Claus' Accident
Jack's Combination Holiday ....
( Russel Barnlck
Kitty's Xmas Mike Haydock
1 Don't Care Russel Swingle
Drawing the Snow-Man Picture..
... By three Girls and three Boys
Santa Claus' Secret ....Ethel Hunt
Hard Times For Georgie
A Letter to Santa Claus
What Little Folks Might See On
Xmas Eve John Barnick
Santa's Choice Florence Wood
Santa's Sleigh Mike Haydock
The Best Man . , . . .'Russel Swingle
Kriss Kringlo Edith Haley
Santa's Cake Ethel .Hunt
A Xmas Carol -.Kathryn Wood
Fred's Xmas Shoping
, Alfred Hogencamp
At the close of the exercises the
pupils' attention was called to a
every pupil was remembered 'by
thelr teacher, also the teacher .being
,..mh0rD,1 riv cr,mQ vorv iisnfill nnri
handsome gifts by the pupils.
Mrs. Bobolink is very proud of her
handsome gold watch and chain pre
sented by her mate as a Christmas
Mrs. J. E. Haley and daughter,
Mrs. 'Roy Spangenburg, is spending
the holidays with friends at De
posit. N. Y.
'Roy Arnold and wife, scranton,
are visiting at the home of his pr-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. William Arnold.
Miss Hattle Miller, Farview, visit
ed friends 'heie last week.
Miss Ester Ace, Farview, visited
friends here last week.
Mrs. Charles Miller, farview,
visited the "Link ' and Mate last
It is expected that Leon's best
girl wlli receive a .handsome Xmas
present as he has made anotner cap
ture a fine mink which make3 two
inside of ten days.
Last Saturday morning J. E. Haley
received a notice from the sheriff of
Wayne county to appear in his own
proper person at the court house In
Honesdale on Monday, January b,
1912. to serveaas a grand Juror.
Mr. Wllkon. paper hanger and
decorator of Waymart, is certainly
doing a fine job to the Interior of our
The Misses Kathryn and Florence
Wood are spending the .holidays with
friends at Wllkes-Barre.
Special to The Citizen.
Bethany, Pa., Dec. 26.
Miss Lulu Erhardt, sister of Mrs,
Blerly, who has been spending sev
eral weeks at the parsonage for tne
benefit of her health, returned to
her home in Tyrone for Christmas
There was a large attendance at
the Christmas tree exercises In t'he
M. E. church Saturday evening,
Thirty-seven took part; the singing
dialogues and exercises were a cred
it to their teachers. Mrs. Blerly, Mrs
John Smith and Miss Alice Ward
who was .the organist. The choir
consisted of Mrs. Ira Bryant, Mrs,
John Smith, Miss Alice Ward, Messrs
Fred Hauser and 'Russell Starnes
with Miss Starnes as organist ren
dered esveral Christmas selections,
After the exercises and bnedlctlon
gifts were distributed from the tree
which stood to the left of the plat
form. Many were remembered by
their friends. The pastor, Rev,
Blerly received a purse of eighteen
dollars. The sexton, Mr. Doney, re
celved a very nice sweater from the
ladles of t'he church.
Dr. Harry Many Is spending some
time in Maryland.
Miss Florence Blake of Klnslng
ton Hospital, Philadelphia, came Fri
day evening to spend the holidays at
her home here.
Miss dna Lavo. New York, came
Saturday fb spend the. .holidays at
the Lavo home.
Mrs. Harry Many and sons left
Friday to spend several days In"
Honesdale with relatives.
Mrs. Lavlnla Pethick spent Christ
mas In Hawley with her son, Harry
Mr. and Mrs. Jolin Smith and
three children -and Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Smith and two llttlo girls
' niado up the family gathering at Mr.
and Mrs. Dan Smith's, .Honesdale.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Bennett
and family ate Christmas dinner
I with Mr. and Mrs. Buel Dodgo, In
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Blake, Miss
Blake and Dorothy Sands joined tho
Moaso family at Pleasant Mount,
William Pethick, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Pethick spent 'Christmas In
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. V. Starnes .had a
family reunion at their home on
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gammon en
tertained the following for Christ
mas dinner: Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
Gammell and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Blake and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Asa Kimble and family,
Miss Alice Ward, Ella and Doris
Mrs. wenry N. Miller, our efficient
postmistress for the last dozen years
and who has resigned her office to
take effect the first of January, had a
family reunion at her home for
Christmas. Those present were: Mr,
and Mrs. Robert Miller and daugh
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Paynter
and daughter of 'Carbondale, and Mr,
and Mrs. W. C. Selfarth and daugh
ter of Scranton.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Fltze and
children spent Christmas at the
Hauser home. , , ....a...
Rev. and Mrs. Blerlyond son,
Meyer, ate Christmas dinner with
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hauser. Their
other guests were Mrs. George Rob
ertson and Miss Mattie Strongman
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Faatz and son,
Charles spent Chlrstmas with Mrs.
Faatz's sister and husband, Mr. and
Mrs. Cott, near Wilkes-Barre.
Howard Johns, Jr., of Carbondale,
came Tuesday to visit his grandpar
ents, Mr. and Mrs. James Johns.
Special to The Citizen.
Holllsterville, Pa., Dec. 26.
After all. old mother earth decked
with snow, makes It appear like
The Christmas entertainments in
both tho M. P. and M. E. churches
were largely attended, and excellent
programs wore rendered.
The sermon by 'Rev. A. 11. llelcnert
in the M. P. church on Sunday morn
ing on the theme, "The First Christ
mas," was listened to by a very at
tentive and appreciative audience.
Miss Nellie Hollister Is spending
her Christmas with her sister, Mrs.
Van Camp, at the Scranton .hospital,
where she underwent a serious oper
ation. She is slowing Improving.
The audience at the entertainment
at the M. P. church last Saturday
evening received a treat in the form
of a German duet by tho pastor and
By the falling and exploding of a
hanging lamp In tho barber shop of
Herbert Reichert, the house was set
on fire, and was only saved from be
ing destroyed by hard work offthe
family. With the 'exception of "41ie
scorching of a few chairs, no dam
age was done. a
Mrs. Edith Potter spent her Christ
mas with her parents at Nobletown.
Miss Nellie Hollister will spend
a few days in New York city this
Rev. A. R. Reichert will begin a
series of revival meetings at 'the
Union church next Sunday evening.
The 'Holllsterville correspondent
wishes everybody a very happy and
prosperous New Year. ?
As we lay down our pen for the
year 1911 wo would say In the words
of the writer, James Lucas:
Come, let us anew our journey pur
Roll round wth the year,
And never stand still till the Master
His adorable will let us gladly ful
And our talents Improve,
By the patience of hope, and- the
labor of love.
Our life Is a dream; our time, as a
Glides swiftly away,
And the fugitives refuses to stay,
The arrow Is flown, the moment is
The millennial year
Rushes on to our view, and eternity's
O that each In the day of his coming
I have fought my way through;
I have finished the -work- thou didst
give mo to do!
O that each from the Lord may re
ceive the glad word,
Well and faithfully done!
Enter Into my joy, and sit down on
CSpecIal to The Citizen.
Arlington, Pa., Dec. 26.
John Pennell of Hawley, was home
Miss Bertha Flnley Is also home.
Miss 'Neville held a very entertain
ing Xmas entertainment at tho school
house on Friday. .
Quite a few from this place 'attend
ed the oyster supper at Lakevllle on
Mark Killam, Jr., and Lester . Carl
ton made a business trip to ,Hones
dale on Wednesday last.
Miss Lula BIdwell of Ariel, and
Mrs. Dora Simons of Scranton, spent
Christmas with their sister, Mrs. J.
AVIsh you all a bright and Happy
Irving B. Brown and Miss Flora
C. Reafler were married In New
York City on September 26. The
bridegroom Is one of Honesdale's
progressive merchants,- whllo his
bride Is one of Hawley's fair dam-
Sherlff-olect Frank 0. Kimble took
the oath of office 'Wednesday after
noon before Register and Recorder
E. AV. Gammell.
, Special to The Citizen.
'Born, to. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Goar
hart, a son. on Dec. 12. Mrs. Gear
hart was seriously sick during her
time of confinement, but she' la get
ting along nicely. Dr. A. J. Simons
was the attending physician assist
ed ,Dy dt, winters or scranton,
Frank Fetherman, proprietor of the weekf which Is fully worth a
the Newfoundland creamery, 'has Te- quarter, Which is drawing .by houses,
contly purchased a building lot ofwh'llo the1 'Hippodrome has talking
Andrew Beesecker and will in the
near iuiuro nave ereciea on n a sun-
able residence. The lot adjoins tho
vvayne uouniy uotei ana is con-
veniently near tho creamery,
Mrs. J. R. Hause called on rela
tives and friends in Scranton Inst
week and made a combination trip
for business and pleasure.
Clyde Burrus has tho foundation
wall for the addition to his house
erected and part of the frame work
Otis Smith had "his portable saw
mill 'moved from the Spruks lumber
tract, near Angels, to a tract in
Greenotown, Pike county.
Warren Akers and Charles Shel
blrd each lost a horse last week from
Ills incident to old ago.
Leslie Corey and Miss Crissle
Blankcnbush, both of Greenetown,
Pike county, were united In marriage
on December 16, at the M. E. parson
age, Sterling, 'by llov. W. E. Web
Special to The Citizen.
Equlnunk, Pa., Dec. 26.
The Christmas vacation" is here,
bringing with it the home-coming of
friends, Its usual good cheer and
On Saturday eve the church was
filled with people who assembled to
listen to the Xmas program - and
share tho fruit of the Xmas tree.
The little people did remarkably
well, exhibiting the excellent train
ing they had received. Just before
the close of the program the pastor,
Rev. A. C. Tolley, gave a short talk
in which he commended all who took
part to make the evening's -"entertainment
a success. Then the con
gregation arose in a body to show
their appreciation of he effort put
forth by Mrs. C. E. Woodmansee,
Mrs. Erie Lord and Miss 'Hornbeck
who had charge of the program.
Chas. De Lackner was in New
York City on business the past
Mr. and Mrs. Travilplece and sons,
of Paupac, are spending the week at
the home of their daughter, Mrs.
Willie Blaes Is entertaining the
Florence Cuddlhe, .of Syracuse,
and brother James, of Atlantic City,
aro spending their Xmas vacation
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Woodmansee is home from
Penningtpn Seminary, Pennington,
N. J., for a two .weeks' vacation.
Inez Knapp spent Xmas with her
parents, Chas. Knapp and wife at
Our schools are closed for a
week's vacation. Mr. Gillow and
wife aro spending the week with
'Helen Slater is visiting her aunt
Mr. and Mrs. Cowels and daugh
tors of 'New York City, are spending
Xmas week .with their many rela
J. E. and F. S. 'Watson of Le
Roy, N. Y., spent their Xmas vaca
tion with their parents, J. S. Wat
son and wife.
J. E. WoodmanBce Is visiting at
the home of his son, Callie.
Mrs. Hanford Knapp returned
Thursday from a several week's
visit with Blnghamton and Kirkwood
The venerable -W. M. 'Nolson, Miss
Farley and Mrs. Hodge were enter
tained at dinner on Christmas by
Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Palmer.
Mrs. Finch, whose home is near
Nichols, N. Y., Is paying a visit to
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer.
iR-osabelle Pine Is home from her
school for a week's vacation.
Paul Brannlng Is making his fare
well visit to our town. .He has ac
cepted a position with the Arm of
Moore & Hoar of Ellenville, N. Y.
For the past four years he has been
clerk and manager In J. W. Farley's
general merchandise store. Paul
has made many friends here and we
all wish him success In his new 'posl
'Lucie Kordman, who has been
spending the past four months In
New York City, Is home.
Wm. Hornbeck and family of
Hancock, spent Xmas at the home
of J. K. Hornbeck.
Horton Lord was a guest of Long
Eddy friends Xmas.
Erma Lent spent Christmas with
her parents at Long Eddy.
.Mrs. Lorenzo and children, of
Mount Vernon. N. Y.. are visiting at
the home of her parents, 'H. Knight
The young people held their Xmas
ball In Hadway's hall Monday even
ing, ah report an excellent time.
Special to The Citizen.
Hawley. Pa.. Dec. 27,
James Lynch died early Monday
morning In the State hospital, Scran
ton, alter undergoing an operation
for kidney trouble. Mr. 'Lynch was
a former resident of Hawley. His
son, AValter, is the operator at tho
tower and Mrs. Mallan. wife of the
Main street confectioner, Is a daugh
ter. 'Walter Sheoley, Port Jervls, spent
unrisimas wun nis parents, Mr. and
Airs. w. D, sneeley.
Prof, and Mrs. Mark CreaBy are
spending tne holidays in Florida,
They are in company with their
friends, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. 'Hower,
AVe understand Mrs, Hower owns a
home in that state.
Frank Sheoley. a srlass cutter em
ployed at Stroudsburg, Is home for a
Burgess R. AV. Murphy made
business trip to Scranton on AVednes-
Peter Nell Is lying in a critical
condition at his home on Main
avenue. On Christmas day he was
taken suddenly ill with what the
physicians pronounced appendicitis,
a specialist was caned and an oper
ation performed on Tuesday from
which he rallied, tout the chances for
his recovery are not very encourag
The holiday week Is passing along
very pleasantly. In the majority of
our homes are merry gatherings of
sons, daughters and friends - who
hall from the various cities where
they are employed, some as students
and others in business.
Dreamland has a 6c vaudeville for
pictures that tho public find very en-'
"Tho Feast of Lights," rendered
Dy tne uaptist cnurcn Sunday oven
ing was enjoyed by a
congregation. The same evening tho
LiUtneran cnurch had their Xmas
tree and exerolses, both calling forth
Gussie Reafier, the young 'a ghter
of Henry Reafler, Jr., is ill at her
home on Wayne Avenue.
Miss Martha Goodrich passed
Christmas with her girlhood friends
the Misses Footo of Clemo. Those
three women, now In advanced years,
were born at Hamlin, Pa., and were
schoolmates. Tho reminiscences of
those days must have been -most
Tho dower Knitting Mill Just com
pleted made a brilliant showing
Xmas eve. Situated on a high emin
ence a blaze with electric lights for
the first time. Xmas afternoon and
evening a dance was held therein.
The machinery was moved in last
week and work will begin the first
of tho year.
Dr. G. T. Rodman has purchased
the Eckbeck pony for his children.
Leonard Uegrote died after a long
Illness at his home on Bellemont Hill
last Saturday. The funeral was held
from his late home Tuesday after
noon. 'Rev. B. P. Ripley had charge
of the service. Interment was made
in Walnut Grove cemetery. Much
sympathy Is felt for his young wife
who so keenly feels the loss of a kind
husband who was also a kind friend
and neighbor; a young man highly
respected and whose early demise
deeply lamented by all of his ac
Mrs. Mary Kerr, an aged woman
of Church street, whose death oc
curred during the past week, after
several weeKs sicKness or dropsical
trouble, was burled Monday after
Snow Storm Bcneilts AVestern AA'hcnt
Kansas 'City. Millions of dollars
is the value to wheat-growers and
farmers that Is placed on the snow
storm, which has raged throughout
Colorado, Oklahoma, western Mis
souri and Kansas during the past
week. The snow varied from two
inches to several feet in depth.
ItEPOitT OF THE CONDITION
HONESDALE NATIONAL BANK
HONESDALE. WAYNE COUNTY. PA.
At the close of business, Dec. 5, 1911.
Loans and Discounts f
Overdrafts.secured and unsecured
u. a. uonus to secure circulation.
Honds to secure Postal Havings
Premiums on U. S. llonds
Itnnria. securities, etc
lianklng-housc, furniture nnd fix
Due from National Hanks (not
Reserve Aeents) ....
Duo from State and Private Hanks
and Bankers. Trust Companies,
and Savings Hanks
Due from approved reserve
Checks imd othcrcash Items....
Notes of other National Hanks..
pactional paper.currency, nick
els and cents...
Lawful Money lleservo In Bank,
viz: specie joj.uj ou
Leeal tender notes O.:il0 1)0
ItedemptTon fund with U. S.
Treasurer, to per cent, oi circu
lation! 2,750 00
Due from U. S. Treasurer
Capital Stock paid In $ 150,000 00
surplus mild iuu.uuu uu
Undivided prollts, less expenses
and taxes rmlil... 57.334 62
National Hank notes outstanding 63.90J 00
Due to other National Hanks 2,650 76
Due to State and Private Hanks
and Hankers 130 27
Individual deposits subject to
CI1CCK ll.lli.lKK 23
Demand certificates of
deposit 20,680 00
Certlllcd checks 55 00
Cashier's checks out
standing..., 659 S3- 1,434,197 17
Bonds borrowed None
Notes and bills redlscounted None
Bills payable, including uertlll-
caies oi deposit, ior money uor
Liabilities other than those above
Total $1,848,212 82
State of Pennsylvania, County of Wayne, ss.
1. Lewis A. Howell. Cashier, of the above
named Bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement Is true to tho best of my
knowledge and belief.
L.EWIB A. HOWELL, UaSUltT.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
7th day of Dec, 1911.
H, Z. Kussell,
Homer Greene. Directors
K. B, Hardenberqii. )
OVER 66 YEARS
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NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION,
JOHN G. RIEFLER,
Late of Honesdale.
All persons Indebted to said estate
are notified to make Immediate pay
ment to the undersigned; and those
Ifavlag claims against said estate are
notified to present them, duly attest
ed, for settlement.
FRANCES E. RIEFLER "1
J. ADAM CRAFT Executors
M. E. SIMONS J
Honesdale, Pa., Deo. 2M, 1011, 104
1 PPItAISEMKNTS 'Notice Is gll
XV. en that appraisement of $30
to the widows of tho following nar
ed decedents have been filed In tl!
Orphans -court or wayno count
and .will be presented for approv
on Monday, Jan. 15, 1912 viz:
James Fives, Jr., Mt. Pleasant
M. J. .HANLAN, Clerk.
'Honesdale, Dec. 27, 1911.
AVAYNE COJDION PLEAS: TllU
LIST, JANUAKY TERM, 1012.
Ramble vs. Penn'a Coal Co.
Hawley Glass Co. vs. Erie R. R.
Smith vs. Brown.
Ainey & Sencer vs. Keen.
Tiffany vs. Sands.
Tollep vs. Chaplck.
Klausner vs. De Breun.
AValentynowlcz vs. Allen et al.
Selleck vs. De Breun.
Town vs. Cortrlght et al.
Omstead vs. Wayne Co. FarmeJ
Fire Ins. Co.
Same vs. Consolidated Mutual Fil
Hittinger vs. Erie R. R. Co.
AVood, adm'r vs. Stewart et al.
Martin L. Hall Co. vs. Crosley
Conloy vs. McKenna.
Menner vs. Borough of Honesdal
M. J. HANLAN, Profy.
Honcsdaie, Dec. 18, 1911.
rtOURT PROCLAMATION. AVherai
J the Judcc of the several Courts I
the County of Wayne has Issued his precl
for holding a Court of Quarter Sessions. O J
and Terminer, and General Jail Delivery!
and for said County, at the Court Ilousel
MONDAY, JAN. IB. 1912.
and to continue one wecK :
And directing that a Grand Jury for
Courts ot Quarter Sessions and Oyer il
Terminer be summoned to meet on Monol
Jon. a, ma, at z p. m.
Nntipt! Is therefore herebv clven to
Coroner and Justices ot the Peace, and Cl
stiilili's nf the Countv of Wayne, that tl:o?l
then and there In their proper perse n-
said Court House, at 2 o'clock In the uftl
noon ot said Sth day of Jan., 11)11. with thl
records, innulsltlons.oxamlnatlons andotfl
remembrances, to do those things whlrll
thi'Ir ntllnns nntinrtaln to he done, and thfl
who nre bound by recognizance or otherwl
to prosecute me prisoners wno are or sig
be In the Jail of Wayne County, bo then i
thereto prosecute against inem as snail
Given under my hand, at Honesdale. tl
.'uin aay ot itec.. imi, una in me i.wui yi
of the Independenriiof the United Ktil
M. LKE BHAMAN. Sherll
Honesdalo Dcc'20 1911. I 102w)
DEGISTEit'S NOllCE. Noticel
XX hereby Riven that the accounts
herein named have settled their resneca
accounts in the ofllce of the Register of Ml
of Wayne county, l'a., una that tne same i
countv for confirmation, at the Court 11(1
ne nresentea at inp urnnans- L-ouri oi a
In Honesdale. on the third Mondavi
January next viz:
First and, final account of Chaii
V. Schrader, administrator of
estate of Fred L. SChrader, Jer
City, New Jersey.
First and final account of M.
Simons, administrator of .the est
of Annie McGuire, New Jersey.
Second and partial account
Charles A. Masters, acting exectl
of tho estate of Barzilla Shan
First and final account of Joht
Brennan and Jdhn Rellly, executj
of the estate of James Dalton, MoB
First and final account of Frl
J. Meyers, executor of the estate!
Theodore Gehrer, Honesdale.
First and partial account of Jl
Tompkins, executor of the estattl
Reuben AV, Redmond, Bucklnghl
First and partial account of AVl
Harvey, administrator of the esl
of Frederick Dierolf, Lehigh..
First and final account of A.
Stevens, M. D., executor of the I
tate of Darius Proper, Lake.
Second and final account of Al
R. Jaycox, executrix of the estatJ
Andrew C. Jaycox, Buckingham.
First and final account of Lj
Mumford, administrator of Willi
C. Campbell, Starrucca.
First and final account of AJ
Searle, executor of the estate
John H. vareoe, Damascus.
First and final account of Chal
A. McCarty, executor of the esl
of Margaret Avade, late of the to
ship of Texas.
First and final account of Jl
Burns and Lizzie Malay, cxecul
of the estate of J. B. Fitzslmml
First and final account of M
A. AVeaver, administratrix of
estate of C. J. AVeaver, Honest!
First and final account of Jerl
A. Kane, executor of the estatil
Hugh Kane, Preston.
First and final account of Car
Prosh, executor of the estate
Kungunda AVIck, Texas.
E. AV. GAMMELL. Reglstei
Register's Office, 'Honesdale, Deal
AtterMon is called to tne STRENfl
The FINANCIER of New Yo
City has published a ROLL C
HONOR of the 11,470 State Ban
and Trust Companies of Unit
States. In this list the WA
COUNTY SAVINGS BANK
Stands 38th in the United St;
Stands lOtli in Pennsylvania.
Stands FIRST in Wayne Coun
Capital, Surplus, $52,343
Total ASSETS, $2,951,04
Honesdale. tu.. December 1,