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TlflC CITIZEN, WKI.KSIAY, MAHOH 20, 1012.
Ult OALlCi 1 VlliTU 1IA. Z lJL.Ua-
od carriages, 1 doublo sleigh, 2
nin A n thn Wstn Minn TKiiot
1NIS-HOOM HOUSE AT FOUR-
teen hundred seven Main street
or sale. Ail lmnrnvemems. liont-
boilers, clothes baskets, nnd wring-
dry goods, groceries,, shoes, rub-
work horses and mules. Can be
nnn of f!mi1f1a)mffi Pfl Mnimfflln
PA ITrt ZZLA
learn glass cutting. Krantz,
with lmnrovements on second floor,
231 Westsldo Avenue, Honesdale,
'111 If l:ri I SKVK. IftJlJ.M?S W I 111
modern Improvements, April 1.
Wnilnosilnv. Fnhrnnrv 7. 1912.
ASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD AND
sliver by Sommer. Jeweler and
Scranton experienced a $80,000
Main street has again been glv-
awrence Wcldner manipulated the
riiuntir iiuu iiiL Luuauiim at-
-W. O. Rock, traveling passenger
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'While practicing -basket ball at
o Kin it lasi aaiuruay aiiernoon
s hand on a piece of glass that it
(1111 riill NHVL' il HLlLCllliS LU U1USL1 L11U
Rev. V. H. Lilley, an Evangeli
1 mlnlator, who has a small r.harce
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rt by a brother who made a fortune
W. W. Jones, editor of the Oly-
the executive committee of the
in. a i xne annual convention re-
ntly held in Harrlsburg.
Two Honesdale men were talk'
g about the scarcity of coal and
anv Lnn conversation nriripn into
tomoblles. Said A to B, "What
nd of car are you going to get this
ring?" B prompted by the shad-
On Saturday In W. B. Lesher's
Ice there was one deed recorded.
W. Morgan, of New Milford,
msfers to The First National Bank
Halstead a tract of land contain
about 41 acres In Canaan town-
ip for a consideration of S1000.
Mr. and Mrs. James D. Stock'
and daughter, Eleanor, of Jer-
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eana for Bermuda, where they will
ey will return about Anril 1.
-By the provisions of the amend-
nt obtained by Representative
. I ,1 l
n Kin inn AAA In - u
ension or we rural iienvprv Rir-
o In towns nnd villages having a
lite, the flve-year-old son of Mr.
1 Mrs. Joseph Walte, of Dun-
lerui wus uuju ul luu uuiuu uiiu
erment was made In Waverly
netery. Deceased was a nephew
Dr E, W. Burns, of Honesdale.
Til T nlm.tmn.1 Tintnl nn llln fin-
io anu western roaa, wnicn was
the place from Patrick Madlgan,
o has conducted the- hosterly for
past nineteen years, for a con
dition of $8,000.
--Tho tax levy of Forest City for
coming year has been made. It
ivldea for eight mills for general
uufcu jmriiuBus; bix mil lb lur iis'it
I -water; nvo mills for municipal
Idlng bonds; four mills for first
ui uuuub uuu niren miiiH mr hgc-
1 sewer bonds. This Is n total of
-The heavy rain of last week
weu uu liiu conim nn mnRT nr run
uutu o ounuia nciu ill, anu In
sequence nearly every crossing in
msslblo. The Allen Houso corner
i probably the worst and during
iiuiu uuj k ti i b vn uui ua u n in il l
o and inconvenienced pedestrians
atly. If it had not been for the
en houso sewer it may nave uono
eh damage to neighboring cellars.
-Oelomargarine and butterlno
lcrs aro alarmed by a decision of
Superior Court which is to the
ct that oleo must not bo colored
resemble butter, even though no
n rninnnir mminr ik HHnii. nnn
material acquires Its yellow an-
ranco simply from the richness
the Ingredients, This will make
WTHKKiirv. inn MMiiitirM mjiv. i ii
nn nnrrnin nrnnnn nr n nn in vr
to get It white enough to dls
iilrfh If frnm hnlfAr
The Fivo Hundred Club will
moot with MIbb Mlna Fralloy on West
streot on Thursday evening.
llregstoln Brothers are placing
tho display windows ot their largo
clothing emporium In first class con
dition. There will bo a meeting of the
Homo Missionary Society of the M.
K. church at the home of Mrs. Jas.
Bush, Tuesday evening, this week.
Honcsdalo nnd Lake township
oach hnvo tho samo number of dogs,
arcordlng to tho nsscssor s books
Sometimes ono can count that many
on Mnin street.
Miss Jane D. 'llagnman, soprano,
will assist the Mothodlst choir in tho
rendition of their Easter musical
programme, at both the morning nnd
Tho first harbinger of spring,
tho report that tho peach crop Is
ruined, came some time ago. The
second, tho annual rumor that Sec
retary Wilson has decided to re
sign, has not arrived yet.
Tho Rov. John Hall Griffith, of
Plymouth, will bo the special preach
er at Graco Episcopal church, 'Wed
nesday, March 20, 7:30 p. m. Half
hour services on Tuesday and Thurs
day at 4:15 p. m, All are cordially
Invited to all sorvlces.
To date not a single marriage
Ilcenso has been granted during the
month of March. A year ago thero
wore nine licenses given out by
Prothonotary Hanlan during the
month. Thero are still enough days
left to make a record breaking
The Titus Mission Band of the
Presbyterian church will 'hold a
food sale In tho chapel next Friday
at 3 p. m. During this week, orders
for bread of all kinds and cakes of
all kinds may bo sent to Mrs. F. W.
Powell. Florence Wood and Miss
--Reichstag asked German govern
ment to prepare comprehensive sta
tistics on co.-its of production, raw
materials, land, wages, cost of liv
ing, social reforms and tax burdens
of countries competing with Ger
many, to be used in negotiating fu
ture commercial treaties.
Rev. B. P. Ripley, of Hawley,
told his congregation that he did not
expect to be returned to 'Hawley
another year. The announcement
was received with much sorrow, as
Pastor Ripley Is considered as having
been one of the best clergymen the
Methodists of that town ever had.
A justice of the peace in 'Pitts
burg offers to marry free every cou
ple in which the bride did the pro
posing. He has already married
twenty, and Is looking for more. Tho
male of the species must be losing
his native courage when he relics on
leap year for the popping of the ques
tion. In an appeal from the act of
1909, forbidding the uso of sulphur
dioxide in tho manufacture of candy
in this state, Justice Henderson, of
the Superior court, one day last week
ruled that tho prohibitory act was
constitutional nnd must stand, and
violators thereof must suffer the
Mrs. Reuben Bodie, of East
street, was taken to the State Hospi
tal, Scranton, Sunday evening, ac
companied by her sisters. Mrs,
Bodle was taken with severe pains in
her abdomen. Dr. F. W. Powell was
called and to save her life an opera
tion was found necessary. She Is
Improving as nicely as can be ex
After nine weeks of striking tho
Lawrence textile workers have
reached a satisfactory understanding
with W. M. Wood, president of the
American Woolen company, who of
fered them -an increased schedule of
wages. The strike In Lawrence has
been very bitter and tho strikers
have announced that they had gain
ed virtually every concession from
the mill owners.
Savannah has just rounded out
a new record of exporting 2,000,000
bales of cotton. Her achievement is
party due to tho fact that though in
1910 the South Atlantic states, in
cluding Georgia, grew 3,095,000
bales, In 1911 their total growth was
5,048,000 bales, and tho increase of
1,353,000 bales enabled tho oldest
cotton exporting port to achieve the
event which has been duly celebrat
In the Fourteenth Congressional
district, composed of tho counties of
Bradford, Susquehanna, Wayno and
Wyoming, there aro named for dole
gates to the Chicago National conven
tion two most excellent candidates,
Homer Greene, Esq., of Honesdale,
and John W. Codding, of Towanda.
For alternates, Honry F. Manzer, of
Montrose, and D. W. Sturdevant, of
Laceyvllle, Wyoming county. Better
men for tho positions could not have
boon put forward. Nlcliolson Rec
ord. A lot of pcoplo seem to think
that because they fool a little warm
that May weather has arrived in
March. As a proof of tins our doc
tors say that there are more people
sick just now, than all winter, all
duo to colds and ailments developed
therefrom. Our people should take
a word of warning and not discard
their winter clothing before they
should. Women who havo worn furs
all winter and men who have bundled
up In heavy overcoats aro far too
Judgo Scarle, of Wayno county,
who has twice been called to tho local
courts, recently, to pass upon cases
of unusual interest, is looked upon
as ono of the ablest juslsts In this
state. A close student of tho law,
his onlnins are masterful roviows of
tho knotty legal problems frequently
presented to him. He Is a Republi
can of tho old school, but Is thor
oughly Impartial in the discharge ot
his duties and motes out equal and
exact Justlco to nil. Yet a young
man, It would surprlso no ono wero
ho to bo called to a higher bench be
foro the end of his present term.
Judgo Searle is a most pleasant and
companionable gentleman, as popu
lar in, social circles as In tho courts.
On a former occasion ho was called
hero to decide whether the shorlff or
tho prison board should have charge
of tho jail. His present task hero Is
to settle the dispute between tho
Lackawanna county court and the
couny commissioners. Scranton
Truth la Afternoon Echoes.
iRev. A. L. Whlttakor proached
In Trinity church, Blnghaniton, Tues
A number of Honcsdalo gon'tlo-
'in on nitondcd tho banquet Of the
Kllto club of 'Hawley on Tuesday
'A llttlo Dutch band that has
been discoursing music on Hones-
dalo's streets tho past few days, Is a
harbinger of spring.
Miss Myrtlo Shnffor, of Peck-
vlllo, has accepted a position with
her brother-in-law, Georgo Spencer,
In his printing shop.
Workmen aro busily engaged In
romoving the debris 'from Erk Bros.'
store. It Is impossible to stuto how
much of tho stock Is worth anything
It was so badly damaged by lire and
The Elite club of Hawley hold
its third annual banquet on Tuesday
evening of this week. Homer
Greene, of this place, and Col. Wat
res, of Scranton, wore the speakers
of tho evening.
Tho Misses Brown, of East Park
streot, entertained their lady and
gentlemen friends at " 500 " Inst Sat
urday evening. Ilss Mayine Baker
won the first prize nnd Airs. William
G. Blaknoy the booby prize.
The Midnight Sons have Issued
Invitations ifor their third annual
ball to bo held In Lyric Hall Tues
day evening, April 9th. Tho prep
arations are elaborate and expect to
surpass anything of Its kind ever
hold In the Maple City.
E. H. Williams, of this place,
and Howard L. Conrad, of Dun
niore, will open a confectionery and
Ice cream parlor In tho Co-operative
store after April 1. Tho Arm name
will bo Williams & Conrad. The
new firm will receive their share of
the patronnge of Honesdale.
W. R. Luis, expert piano tuner,
will be In Honesdale this week to
finish season's work. Will be at Mrs.
Brlggs' boarding house, 10S Tenth
street. M'hone or write. It
The new wall papers for spring
1912 contains the latest combina
tions and shades at the lowest prices
at Menner & Co. 24eol4
,Jtin Conners, or Hawley, spent
Earl Gagor, Scranton spent Sunday
with friends ihero.
Miss 'Mary Hlgglns Is spending a
few days In Scranton.
Miss Reglna Campbell returned to
her home In Olyphant.
Charles F. Bullock Is convalescing
from a few days' illness.
Anthony GUI, of White Mills, was
a visitor In Honesdale on Sunday.
Mrs. Smith is visiting her daugh
ter, Mrs. W. H. Hiller, at Montrose.
Levi Bunting, of Aldenvllle, was
attending to business here on Mon
day. James Hill and Daniel Meehan, of
Jermyn, are the guest of Honesdale
Fletcher Coons and E. H. Lake of
Dyberry, were (business callers here
Monday. " '
Miss Isabel Harroun, who has been,
ill of typhoid fever, is rapidly con
valescing. Miss 'Helen Osterht, of Plttston,
Bpent Sunday wltlfher friends In
Thomas Kellow has entered tho
employ of tho Gurnoy Electric Eleva
Theodore Kline, af Ariel, was a
business caller In Honesdale the first
of tho week.
Mr. and Mrs, Thomas E. Charles
worth are now domiciled in their
West street homo.
Mr. and Mrs. William Jenkins, of
Eleventh street, are confined to their
home with lagrlppe.
B. F. Larrabee, of Starrucca, was
calling on friends and attending to
business here on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Gary, of
Liberty, N. Y., spent Saturday and
sunaay in tne .Maple City.
Roy Grifflths and wife, of Way-
mart, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. James Miller of East street.
Mrs. John T. Fuller is entertain
ing Miss Ruth Fuller, of Wilkes
Barro, and Miss Ada Kynzy, of Now
N. J. Spencer Is In Dr. Burns'
Hospital, Scranton, where he is re
ceiving treatment for his eyes under
tne care or Dr. needy.
Misses Sadie Gaffnoy and Mar
garet Leonard, of Carbondale, aro
tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. James
Hollly on Broad street.
Miss Louise Hardenbergh left
luesuay morning for Philadelphia
where she will bo a guest of Mrs.
Charles Roberts for a few weeks.
iMrs. Thos. Key and daughter, Bes
sie, Wilkes-Barre, are guests at tho
homo of tho former's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. B. Hawken. North Main
George Shields lias secured employ
ment at Ills trade of glass cutting In
Brooklyn. Ho was the star center of
tho Co. E basket ball team and his
abesnco will bo felt.
Miss Mamo Evans and Seth Speck,
both of Scranton, and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Watklns, or Olphant, wero
Sunday guests at tho beautiful now
homo of Cashier and Mrs. C. A.
Emory on West street.
Mrs. William Pethlck, of Bethany,
Is quite 111 of pneumonia. She Is un
der tho caro of Miss Scheffer, a
tralnod nurse, of Scranton. Tho
formers son, Harry, of Hawlov. Is
at tho homo of his mother. Mrs.
Pothlck's many friends slncnrolv
hope for her speedy recovery.
jurs. jonn Lambert is in Scranton
by tho bedside of her brother, Rus
sell DImmIck, who Is very 111 In Dr.
Rood Rums' hospital. A telephone
message received by relatives hero
Tuesday stated that ho had a com
fortable night. His many Honesdale
menus sincoroly hopo for his recov
Thomas S. March, ono of four In
spectors of the stato under tho new
scnooi eoao law. Is snondlnir this
week In PIko county attending to
tho duties of his office. Professor
Thomas, as ho is better known in
tionesdalo. has comnletcd his work
In Wnyno county, where he has been
the past few weeks.
MIbs Pearl Murray spent Sunday
with Scranton rolntlves.
Rov. Will H. HUlor Is attending
Wyoming conferonco In Scrnnton.
Harry Freeman, Now York, Is
spondlng a fow days with relatives
Wm. Glbbs, of Stroudsburg, was a
business caller In town tho laHt of tho
F. C. Fnrnham loft Tuesday on an
oxtonded business trip to Washing
ton, u. C.
Mrs. Nicholson, of Carbondale,
spent Sunday with hor son Rox, on
Nortn 'Mnin street.
Misses Gertrudo Krnntz and Ethol
Schtcssler are spending a few days
with Scranton ifrlcnds.
Mr. nnd 'Mrs. F. E. Dennis of Car
bondale, spent Sunday -with their
unugntor, Mrs. S. A. McMullen.
T. M. 'Fuller Is on a business trip
through northern Now York in tho
Interest of tho Durland-Wcston Shoo
Mr. and Mrs. Josoph Oldorf, of
uuunio, tormeny or Scelyvlllo, are
guests or relatives and friends In
Honcsdalo nnd vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pellett, of
I'nupacK, returned Tuesday after
ponding a fow days at tho home of
Hon. E. B. Hardenbergh.
Charles McMullen left Sunday for
Tarrytown-on-the-Hudson whero he
has accepted a lucrative position with
the United Motor Co. of that city.
President and Mrs. W. B. Holmes
entertained the clerical forco of the
Wayne County Savings Bank and
their wives last Friday evening at
Prof. H. A. Oday spent Friday
evening in Carbondalo making final
preparations .for the Trl-Literary
Contest to be held in Scranton In
George Govern, of New York, Is
spending two weeks In town, and
looking after the Interests of his or
chard near Bethany which he pur
chased last fall.
William W. Starbuck, of New York
city, Is recovering from ptomaine
poisoning. Mr. Starbuck recently
dined in a New York restaurant and
shortly afterwards was taken violent
ly 111. His many Honesdale friends
will be glad to learn that he is con-valencent.
MANY REMONSTRANCES HEARD
(Continued From Page One).
The DresR Hnnfla ahnurn hv fnnnnr
& Co. for this season are very at
ough was Drougnt norore tho Court
on Tuesday morning. There wore
many remonstrances to the license
being issued mainly because liquor
nau ueen sold to minors and to men
already under Its Influence. Also It
was brought out, one instance in
which it was sold on Sunday. The
prosecution's witnesses were many
and among them were a few who op
posed tho license on the grounds of
temperance. The beer sold to minors
may have been done 'without the
knowledge of tho .bartender or own
er as the witness stated that It was
ordered by someone else and some
ono else paid for It. It was alleged
that cards -were played, the loser
paying 'for the drinks. This was not
proved although cards were played
and usually tho loser was the one
to treat the rest. This hotel Is lo
cated In Starrucca (borough.
On 'Friday afternoon the case ot
Charles Wood, administrator of the
estate of Eliza Wood, deceased, vs.
James Stewart and Nancy Stewart,
was begun and continued all the rest
of the afternoon after the Ariel mill
case was disposed of. Tho case grew
out of somo trouble over the ap
praisement of the property left by
the late Eliza Wood of East Berlin.
Nancy Stewart Is a daughter of the
deceased and testified that thero was
$70 In tho bank beside $40 in a pock-
otuook in tho house. She paid all tho
funeral expenses. Charles Wood
claimed Mrs. Stewart should turn
over tho money and property to him
as administrator. Mrs. Stewart had
a bill of assignment given to hor by
her late mother. Attorney McCarty
was counsel ror plaintiff and P. H.
Iloff for tho defendants. On Satur
day morning tho attorneys stated be
fore the Court that tho case had been
settled out of court. Judgo Searle
dismissed the Jury. This case
wound up tho first week of court in
The cases of the Commonwealth
versus Charles J. Riley for false pre
tense anu tno case or tho Common
wealth versus C. D. Sands wero sot
tied out of court. Many cases were
continued over to tho second week to
begin tho first week In April.
ItKAIj ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Harry Williams and wlfo of Texas,
to Englbort L. Mezzlor, also of Tex
as, lands In Texas, for $1,000.
Philip R. Murray and wlfo, of
Honesdalo, to Hollonbeck & Co. of
Carbondalo, 15 acres of land in
Cherry Jtldgo for $1,000.
Bridget McGottlgan of Texas
township, to Ashor K. DeGroato.
Lands In Texas township for $1,000,
Philip R. Murray and wife or
Honesdalo to Claus Greenwalt ot
Greely, 31 acres In Cherry Rldgo ror
Burton Smith to Baynard and
Benjamin Towksbury, both of Scott
township, 171 acres, $2,000.
Harry Williams to Englobort L.
Messier, both of Texas township, two
Dora C. Lloyd, of Starrucca, and
Isabollo E. Lopez nnd others, of
Pittsburg, to Georgo R. Thomas, of
Scott township, land in Starrucca
Was Struck by 1). &. H. Freight Sat
urday, Arthur Crosblo, aged twonty-four
years, of Pleasant Mount, was In
stantly killed Saturday afternoon at
unionuaiQ wnon struck by a south
bound Delaware and Hudson freight
train. Togothor with somo other
young men Crosble wont Saturday
morning to dispose of somo cattlo
and was riding a freight homo when
It stopped at Unlondalo for water.
Seeing another freight several hun
dred reot ahead tho young men start
ed for It, hoping to got homo a llttlo
sooner. It was while running along
toward the freight In front that Cros
blo was killed.
Crosblo's comnanlons did nnt miR.i
him until they got homo. He la
survived by his mother, Mrs. Margar
et Crosble, and by one sister.
REV. .W. H, HILLER CLOSES
Itev. Will H. Hiller closed tho
S gllh,?Tr.,n? lmstor of tno Central
Methodist Kplscopnl church, Hones
dalo, last Sunday.
As tho result of tho three weoks'
special rovlval sorvlces, recently
held In Pastor Hlller's church, 21
porsons wero extended tho hand of
fellowship and wero received Into
the church on Sunday. Rev. Hiller
during his pnstornte in Honesdalo
lias received nearly 375 persons Into
the church, which Is magnificent and
represents considerable work.
HIh ministry -whilo in Honcsdalo
has boon most effective and many
porsons havo been convorted during
his stay In Honcsdalo. Several
changes havo also taken place
Rov. Hiller Is a strong sermon
Izor nnd an excellent pastor. Ho
and his family have many -warm
Trlends here who aro desirous of tho
pastor's return at tho close ot con
'forenco next week. Tho ofTlcial
board has expressed a desiro for
Rev. Hlller's return by unanimously
passing resolutions to that effect.
Pefitions Filed AVIth Commissioners.
Saturday was the last day for fil
ing petitions for State oillces.
Mnrch 23 will be tho last day for del
egates to tho State convention and
The following new petitions havo
been filled 'with the county commis
sioners: Adolph H. Kingsbury, Democratic,
of Towanda, delegate to the National
convention, 14th Congressional dis
trict. Joseph F. Lannon, Democratic, of
Susquehanna, delegate to the Na
tional convention, 14th Congression
Richard N. Brush, Democrat, of
Oakland, Susquuhanna county, dele
gate to National convention, 14th
Dr. D. W. Sturdevant, Republi
can, or Laceyvlllo, alternate delegate
to National convention, lt4h Con
Bradley W. Lewis, Tunkhannock,
Wyoming county, Republican, favors
Theodore Roosevelt for president,
delegate to National convention,
14th Congressional district.
Dana iR. Stephens, ot Athens,
Bradrord county. Republican, iavors
Theodore Roosevelt for president,
delegate to National convention,
14th Congressional district.
New Rugs, Carpets and Curtains
for Spring house cleaning necessities
at Menner & Co., Keystone Block. 4t
ONE OF THEM
The Honesdale Scouts aro passing
their second class scout tests now
that the weather permits out ot
door work to bo resumed. Two boys
havo passed all the tests and a num
ber of others havo but one or two
Last Saturday four boys followed
a trail blazed over Irving CHft last
fall, and building n camp flro roast
ed potatoes and boiled pneat without
cooking utensils as prescribed In,
their manual of Instructions.
Tho boys declare that a meal prop
erly cooked over a campflre Is far
superior to oven "tho kind that
mother used to make."
Nearly overy boy in the small
towns of this country has enjoyed
campflre meals but tho Scout Idea
Is to do tho thing right Just as tho
old pioneers did. ir potatoes aro
properly burled deep In tho ashes
and red hot coals drawn over them
they will havo the finest flavor
Thero will be a meeting or tho
Scouts at the school house on Wed
nesday evening at 7:15.
: Killed In Explosion.
(Special to Tho Citizen.)
San Antonio, Tex., March 19.
At least thirty-two men were killed
and parts or their bodies strewn for
blocks around when a big passenger
engine In tho Southern Pacific shops
blew up here Sunday morning.
The engine stood in a squaro formed
by tho Conner house, hlnnksmiih imt.
and the round house, all of which
wero wrccKeu. A portion or the lo
comotive crashed into a houso sev
eral blocks away and seriously hurt
Twenty or tho bodies havo been
Identified, but what is believed to bo
twelve more is little more than a
tangled mass of frair
flesh and bones that probably novor
"i "o separaieu into tno dozen hu
mans that it represents. These frag
ments worn found InrnmnH In,
crevices about tho buildings wrecked,
in mo street ana entangled In ma
chinery in the shops.
Air. Catfish TTnvn tJio.. f,tn.t ..
tho cause ot Willie Trout's mysteri
Mr. Sunfish Yes, using tho base
ball term, he was caught on a fly.
SPRING MODELS IN STYLES FOR 1912
MENNER & CO'S STORES
X ' ''$'
W, ' '..-' ;
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Con, Pretty Cuts, Shirt Waists In Fancy nnd Tailored, Muslin Under-
. MENNER & CO'S STORES.
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Hand force pump for we Ms 10
to 30 ft. deep. Ratchet top in
sures easy operation. Fitted with
hose discharge for washing wag
ons or garden use.
Brass lined cylinder, capaci
ty, 30 qts. per minute.
Outfit for 30ft. well $9.50.