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THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 191 2.
TOR SALE SMALL DED, SPTUNd
and mattress. Inquire 314 Tenth
trcet, Honcsdale. 32v2
SOU SALE A GOOD ItOAD CART
or will exchango and pay differences
n a buggy. Cart can bo scon at
Uraman'8 barn. Address G, Box 827,
iPOR SALE CHEAP ONE ULACK
smlth bellows, an anvil and vice
never used much. Just what n farm
er needs to do his own tinkering.
Also a lot of household goods, par
lor furniture, carpets, chairs, rock
ers, tables, parlor stoves, etc. 027
West Park street, Honcsdale, Pa.
yf. N. Albcrty. 29tC
FOR SALE1 VICTORIA, 2 CLOS
ed carriages, 1 doublo sleigh, 2
Bets of harness. Prices very reason
able. Appl, at the Scranton Trust
Company, Scranton, Pa. 9tf.
8. C. RUFF ORPINGTON EGGS.
Blooded stock. ?1.00 sotting of
15. F. B. Lord, Honcsdale, Pa. 2 4011
8. C. BUFF ORPHINGTON COCK
erels for sale. F. B. Lord. 24eltf
60 MEN AND BOYS WANTED TO
learn glass cutting. Krantz,
Smith Co., Honcsdale, Pa. 23oltf
WANTED: EXPERIENCED ROUGH
ers and Smoothers on high grado
flower work. Apply, Hcrbeck-Demer
eo., Hallstead, Pa. 31ei3t
FOR RENT SEVEN ROOMS WITH
Dr. C. R. Brady. 15tf
'Saint Elmo" will be put on to
night by the Jolly Phil Maher Co.
Beginning May 4th the dentists
of town will observe Saturday half
holiday. The lirst Qlay flowers of the
season were picked by many pleasure
Keekers on Sunday. One party had
a small bunch of arbutus.
According to a lasnlon authority
etyles in women's hats this year are
to be more sensible." Going to
raise garden truck on them?
A scientist claims to have dis
covered IS, 983,4 32 microbes on a
dollar bill. Probably he included
those who died of old ago while he
The Rink Five defeated the Ger
man Catholic club Friday night last
on tho latter's floor In a rather
Btrenuous game, whose chief char
acteristic was roughness. Score, 21
In the past few days the Ameri
can Locomotive company has taken
orders for fourteen locomotives for
shipment to Brazil, an order for
eight engines coming from tho Cen
tral Railway of Brazil and six for the
Sections of Illinois and Indiana
had a severe tornado on Sunday
night. Seventy-two persons were
killed, two hundred injured, one
hundred houses demolished and ?1,
500.000 in nronerty damage done as
a result of tho storm. Alabama had
a cyclone Monday doing much dam
age. The Crystal Cut Glass company
have moved their equipment from
tho Farnham building, Westslde
avenue, into tho company's newly
purchased factory on Fourteenth
street. Operations will commence
this week with twenty frames all of
which will be confined to the lirst
John Mackln, sixty years old,
was burned to death early Saturday
morning when lire practically de
stroyed tho Orpheum theatre, on
From street, Port Jervls, N. Y. The
dead man was the janitor of the
building and acted as night watch
man, being accustomed to sleep In
Not only school children ought
to get one of tho booklets recom
mended by Superintendent J. J.
Koehler. but every business man,
stenographer and others should
have one on his or her desk. Only
five cents, postpaid for six cents.
Address Citizen Publishing Com
pany Honesdale, Pa.
Leo Campbell, formerly of this
place, who for somo time has been
associated with Clarke Bros.' stores,
Scranton, has accepted a position as
manager of one of J. D, Williams
stores in that city. Mr. Campbell's
many Honesdalo friends will be elat
ed to learn that he has secured this
good situation and wish him un
On Sunday afternoon about 3
o . ioi k Will Rleflor's automobile,
driven by Miss Dorothy RIeller, ran
into Mo carriage of Frank Mang,
who wus accompanied by Henry
r, t.n.ll., iitKnnlrnrl linlli t'A.
J incus The accident occurred near
other arrlago was descending the
lull and the RIeller automobile was
coming toward Honesdale. Miss
Rieller saw that sho could not go
between too two vehicles so sho ap
piled the brakes but they failed to
work Tho machine struck the rear
wheel of Mang's buggy and stopped.
The auto contained live passengers
liut no one was hurt.
--Hon A. T. Searlo, president
judge or vvayne county, who heard
tho Jac Kawanna county tipstaff case
handed down his decision on Mon
day In favor of Thomas Law and
Henry Wetter, it had been tho cus
torn In Lackawanna county for un
wards of twenty years for tho judges
to appoint men to look after tho
janltorshlp of tho chambers, court
rooms nnd Jury rooms. Prior to
twenty years ago tho county com
mlssioners used to make tho an
polntment, but It happened that
KOino of tho men did not luiuu their
duties as they should and tho com-
raissiflners handed over tho ap
pointment to tho court. In discuss
ing tho law in tho case Judge Searlo
found that tho act of 1834 gives tho
court power to appoint tipstaffs, and
tho court is tho solo Judgo of the
-Wohn Patterson Is erecting a
barn on tho roar of his property.
Thomas Gallaghor has boon ap
pointed recruiting ofTlccr of Company
Tho Presbyterian choir will re
peat their Easter iuubIc noxt Sun
The Ensign Houso at Waymart
will ibo opened for tho reception of
guests at an early date.
The south sldo of Park street
Is being seeded down and fertilized.
It will form pnrt of Torrey Park and
will make an Ideal resting placo.
Tho Bachelor Girls conducted a
very successful tlanco at Lyric hall
on Wednesday ovenlng. Freeman's
orchestra furnished music for danc
ing. Seven flno Bpeclmon of the Cal
ifornia Chestnut, a treo with a beau
tiful Mower, have been transplanted
on tho north sldo of tho Presbyter
Miss Ida Teachnian and Miss
RoBallo Brink, of Hawloy, will open
a dressmaking establishment In tho
Chauncey Cortrlght house on Main
street, May 1st.
Chas. McIIalo and Miss .Mc
Andrew, both of Hawloy, were
united in marriage at Hawley on
Wednesday at St. iPhllomenas" church
by Rov. Gardiner.
Tho local Board of Health re
quests owners of vaults, cesspools,
and out houses to have same cleaned
as soon as It Is convenient to avoid
tho spread of disease.
According to the provisions and
restrictions of the new school code
law the school board and county
superintendent Inspected tho school
house Thursday morning.
Mrs. John Loercher will con
duct the furniture and undertaking
business of her late husband for the
present. The stand Is a good one
and one of the oldest in Honesdale.
The United States Circuit Court
will hear evidence in the Govern
ment's application to restrain the
Steel Trust from destroying docu
ments in tho near future.
Several Delaware and Hudson
empty coal cars were transferred
from the local yard to Carbondale
on Wednesday. The company Is get
ting In readiness for work May 1st.
Major E. H. Conrad and Lieu
tenant Coryell, battalion, both of
master of the 13th regiment, both of
Scranton, will Inspect tho property
of Company E on Monday night next.
'Peter States, who for several
years was a resident of Waymart,
died at his home In Carbondale on
Tuesday. Ho was 79 years of age
and Is survived by a wife and live
It is reported at Scranton that
if the miners get a 5.20 per cent,
increase In wages, coal will bo ad
vanced twenty-live cents a ton and
fifty cents If miners get a ten per
We learn upon authentic au
thority that there will be a change
In the Lake Lodore improvement
company stock at the opening of the
summer season, which will be on
Mrs. Rose Fltzslmmons, mother
of Dr. T. C. Fitzslmmons, superin
tendent of the construction of the
State (Hospital for the Criminal In
sane at Farview, died at her home
at Carbondale on Thursday last.
Sho was 93 years of age.
Tho Oregon Loyal Temperance
Legion will hold Its fourth gold
medal contest on Thursday evening.
tVpril 25, at the Chapel In Seely-
vllle, beginning at 8 o'clock. Tho
contest will be under tho direction
of A. F. Oliver, superintendent.
Wo are grateful to our valued
correspondents for the many letters
that appear In today s Citizen. If
you know of any news tell our cor
respondent in your home town and
he or sho will see that It is properly
written and wo will see that it is
printed. Give your news to the Citi
A homo talent minstrel, under
the auspices of tho Amity Social club
will he given at the Lyric theatre
the latter part of May. Heretofore
the Amity boys have spared neither
time nor expense in giving tho pub
lic the best local talent and It Is
hoped that a generous response will
be made to their endeavors.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Merritt
celebrated their 10th wedding anni
versary at their home on Tuesday
evening, by inviting twenty-four of
their friends to spend the evening at
cards. Six tables were arranged and
Five Hundred was played. Light re
freshments were served. Mr. and
Mrs. Merritt were married In Boston
on April 23, 1902.
Mrs. C. C. Miller entertained the
newly confirmed members of tho Ger
man Lutheran church at her homo on
Tuesday evening. The parsonage
was beautifully decorated with
streamers of colored paper, potted
plants, and ferns. A delightful feast
of good things to eat was prepared
by Mrs. Miller and tho evening was
spent most enjoyably In games and
music. Several contests for prizes
were indulged In until a late 1iour.
At tho commencement exercises
of tho Carbondale High school to be
hold tho latter part of Juno, the
valedictory will bo given by Miss
Romalne Munn and the salutatory
will bo delivered by Miss Bessie 'Pat
ten. Both students were participants
In tho literary contests, and are
known In Honesdale. (Miss Patten
won the essay contest last year, and
Miss Munn won the essay In the re
cent contest here.
The following attended the
funeral of tho lato John Loercher on
Monday: Mrs. Martin Cassldy and
daughter, of Bayonno, N. J.: Wll
11am Meyers, of Nyack, "N. J.; Miss
Grace Meyers, of Now York; Mr.
and Mrs. .loo Llnderman of Arch
bald; Mr. and Mrs. Josoph Krantz,
of Carbondale: Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Drlscoll and son, Daniel, Jr., of
Scranton; Mr. and Mrs. Miles Drls
coll, of "Moscow; Mr. and Mrs. How
ard Drlscoll and sons, Frank and
Albert, of Scranton; Mr. and Mrs
Harry Drlscoll, of Taylor; Mr. and
Mrs. Georgo Drlscoll, IMIbs Sarah
Drlscoll. Mrs. John Burkot, Miss
Stella Wick, all of Scranton; How
ard Fitch, Sr., Charles Myers, of
Carbondale. Pallbearers: L, Won!
ger. Edward Deltzor, U. Rhode, II.
Loland. A. F. Volgt. J. Smith. Flow
er bearers: Daniel unscon, jr., now'
lard Fitch, Jr.
At St, John's church, 'Hamlin, tho
Rov. Albert L. Whlttakor will hold
an Episcopal service on Friday
ovenlng, April 2C, followed by a
business meeting, where a proposi
tion by tho Board of Missions will bo
discussed. A full attendance of
thoso Interested Is desired at tho lat
tor. All arc cordially Invited to at
tend mo former.
On Thursday evening, April 25,
tho young peoplo of tho Grace Epis
copal church will glvo a supper In
tho Sunday school rooms of the
church, the proceeds to go to tho
parish house. Tho menu Is as fol
lows: Ham Veal Loaf
Cabbago Salad Cream Potatoes
Rolls Brown Broad
Tho public Is cordially Invited to
Tho topic ifor the sermon in tho
Presbyterian church on Sunday
morning will be "Tho Message From
In tho evening It Is expected that
tho Eatsor cantata will bo repeated.
'Baptist cnurcn, iRov. G. S. Wen
dell, pastor. Morning services, nt
10:30; Sunday school 11:45; Young
'Peoples' 'meeting G:30; evening,
7:30 'Freedom Lodgo of Odd Fel
lows will meet In worship with the
cnurch In celebration of 93d anni
versary of Odd Fellowship In
Grace Episcopal church, Sunday,
April is. Services at 10:30 a. . and
7:30 p. m. Morning text, "Honor
All Men." Evening text, "When
Christ. Who Is Our Life, Shall Ap
pear; Then Shall Ye Also Appear
with Him in Glory." Sunday school
at 12 M. All are cordially Invited
to all our services.
Rev. A. L. Whittaker will hold
services In White Mills Sunday, at
3:15 p. m. All aro cordially invited.
Methodist Church, Rov. W. H.
Hiller, pastor. 10:30 a. m. and 7:30
p. m., public worship; 12 M. Sun
day school; 0:45 Epworth League.
Pastor will preach In the morning
and evening. Morning sermon, "A
Question of Age." Evening sermon,
"The Hone That Saves."
NOW FOR RASE HALL.
We are informed that at last the
local base ball enthusiasts aro going
to "get together" some night next
week probably Thursday for the
purpose of talking over the situation
and electing a manager. We are
Indeed glad to hear the news and
think that if tho boys do get going
with the right spirit and a little
push that they will succeed.
The writer realizes that It will
take some money to get started and
believes that if the proper party or
parties start out they can secure
enough on a subscription paper
in about two hours to give tho boys
a flno start; In fact there are a
whole lot of local 'base ball support
ers who would rather help It along
in this way than by purchasing tick
ets for a danco or local talent play,
and have so stated themselves to the
There is no reason why we can't
have as good a team as usual If not
a little better. To start with, wo
have Sandercock behind tho bat,
than whom no better amateur
catcher can bo found In this section.
In tho pitcher's box we still have
the old reliable Bennlo Hessllng,
who Informed us tho other day that
he never felt more like playing base
ball than this year, and contrary to
some people's opinions ho Is not so
very old and still has several years
of first-class base ball in his power
right arm. At first iRoss will bo ob
tainable after June 15, which is only
two weeks after tho season opens.
The question of a suitable second
baseman is perhaps the hardest to
fill, but J. Polt has shown himself
to be a capable inflelder, is fast and
has a good arm and could probably
1111 the bill. At short stop another
now man would have to be found,
but we aro Informed that Tarkett of
last year's Aldenvllle team (the
best man on their team) is to bo in
town this summer, and wo know
him to bo a good Inflelder. At third
of course we have our friend Sian
gan, wiio played tho bag so well last
year. In the outllold we are also
well fixed In Weaver, Schilling and
Jacobs, threo good men, nnd no
doubt a couple good substitutes can
be developed. To return to pitchers,
there Is a youngster named Brelden-
steln who is reported to be very good
and another man named iHeiulckle,
although wo do not know much
about this last man. Couldn't Greg
or, our sensational left bander of
two seasons ago, and who dono such
good work for Aldenvllle last sea
son, be persuaded to come hero this
summer? It wouldn't do any harm
to try to get him.
PHIL MAHER CO.
"Tho Village Vagrant" was the
dramatic offering by .lolly Phil Maher
and his company at the opera house
last night. Phil Mahor was happily
cast as Tod Bally und earned all the
applause given him. 'Miss Elslo
Edna was the sunshlno of tho play,
and filled the bill nicely In this
exciting part. Martin Hill was play
ed by Gordon Kufllii and a more
tempestuos person could not bo Im
agined. Tho entire company gavo
Mr. Maher valuable aid. Tonight will
bo tho big night, the bill being "St.
Elmo," and a record-breaking crowd
Is expected. Seats are on salo at
tho Lyric Theatro office. Saturday
night "Tho 'Man From tho West"
will be tho attraction. For Satur
day matinee, "Tho Girl From tho
Eaglo Ranch will bo played. Prices,
chlldron 10 cents; adults 20 cents.
Mrs. Mary Stengel Is Improving
her property on Westsldo avonuo by
tho addition of a now front porch.
Fred Keen spent Wednesday in
On Tuesday threo mnrrlago li
censes woro Issued by Prothonotary
W. J. Uarnes. They woro to Am
brose A. Whalen, Honesdalo, and
Miss Anna M. Connolly, Honcsdale;
August J. Smith, Hawioy. and Miss
Agnes H. Conlln, Hawloy; Ray
mond K. Johnson and Miss Pearl I.
Lord, both of Blnehamton. N. Y.
"Lillio Eylof" by Ibsen, will bo
presented by Mrs. Frledowaid on
Saturday afternoon at tho high school
Miss Helen Beck spent tho week
end In Scranton.
Harry Jones, of Hawloy, spent
Monday In town.
Miss Mnmlo Cully Is the guest of
Miss Bertha Scudder Is spending a
fow days In Scranton.
Ed Roche, of Carbondale, Is spend
ing a few days in town.
Miss Marietta iRusscll spent Tues
day In tho Electric City.
F. A. Jenkins was a business call
er In Hawley Wednesday.
Walter Wood passed a few days
of last week In Scranton.
Kirk Stansbury, of Carbondale,
spent Friday at Honesdale.
Miss Jennie 'McLaughlin has re
turned homo from Scranton.
William Robinson, of Carbondale,
was a recent caller In town.
C. P. Searlo, Esq., was a business
caller In Scranton Wednesday.
A. G. Rowland, of iRowiands, spent
Wednesday in town on business.
Miss Maine Lynott was a guest of
relatives In Scranton over Sunday.
Miss Dlmmlck, of Carbondale, Is
tho guest of Miss Elizabeth Lowe.
W. F. Suydam, Jr., of Hawloy,
spent Sunday with relatives here.
Hon. F. P. Klmblo attended to
business in Prompton on Monday.
Joseph Hessllng, of Carbondale, Is
the guest of relatives at this place.
Messes Eva Kelly and (Margaret
Griflln spent Thursday In Scranton.
Walter Toddman, of Waymart,
spent Saturday and Sunday in town.
F. J. Gries, of West Damascus,
was a visitor In town on Wednes
day. Miss Kathryn Deltzer is visiting
Scranton friends and relatives this
Austin Lyons has returned to his
study of law at the University of
Architect 'H. F. 'Weaver was a
business caller in 'Scranton on
Attorney C A. McCarty was a
business caller In Scranton the first
of the week.
Charles Hilton, James Lindsay and
Felter Wendall spent Sunday at
Keen's Lake. ,
iH. T. Menner and Georgo M.
denting 'were Scranton business call
ers on Thursday.
Mrs. Henry 'Bassney and two
children, of White Mills, were In
'' William 'Pethlck has accepted a
position as foundry clerk with the
Gurney Elevator Co.
Mrs. C A. Hicks, of Laurella, was
a recent guest at the home of Mr.
and 'Mrs. W. J. Barnes.
Mrs. W. P. Boland and two chil
dren of Scranton, aro spending the
week at tho Allen House.
Miss Daisy Alberty of Carbondale,
spent tho week-end with her parents
on East Extension street.
Miss Lucy Russell returned on
Wednesday from a few days' visit
with friends m Mew vorK.
Edward D. Katz attended tho
danco of tho Craftsman club in Car
bondale Thursday ovenlng.
Mrs. William MHIspaugh, of Port
Jervls, Is visiting her mother, Mrs
Robt. A. Smith, of West street.
W. J. RIef was a passenger to
Scranton on Tuesday to purchase
goods for his now store opening.
Miss Bessie Patton, of Carbondale,
has been tho guest of her sister,
Mrs. Clarence 'Wright, tho past few-
Mrs. E. W. Bryant, of Scranton,
is spending the week with her moth
er, Mrs. Patlenco Burger, on East
Misses Mary and Nora Murphy at
tended tho McHale-McAndrew wed
ding at 'Ha-wloy on Wednesday
Miss Anna Brown entertained
Wednesday evening In honor of her
guest. Mrs. wiiuam i-oring, or ui
mira. 'N. Y.
Mrs. .1. F. Walker and daughter,
Miss Anna Belle, of Arlington, were
calling on Honesdalo friends on
Mrs. H. F. Gurnoy returned to her
homo In Paterson, N. J., Thursday
morning after a few days' visit here.
Mr. Gurney romalned In town.
Mrs. A. J. Rehbeln spent a fow
days In tho Metropolis. Mr. Rehbeln,
who is now in Brooklyn, will re
turn homo with his wife on Friday.
'Mrs. Georgo Spettlguo, who has
been spending tho wlntor in Wllkes
Barro, tho headquarters of her hus
band, traveling salesman for Sher
wln, Williams Co.. returned to her
homo on East street Saturday.
Miss Anna Connolly and Mr.
Ambrose Whalon, both popular
young people of this place, woro
united in tho happy bonds of wed
lock at St. John's R. C. church on
Wednesday morning by Rov. Fath
or Burke. Tho coromony took placo
In tho church and mass was said at
eight o'clock. Miss Jcnnlo Murran
played tho organ. Tho couplo wero
attended by Miss Mao Lynott and
Mr. M. A. Brown. After tho cere
mony tho guests repaired to tho
homo of tho brldo's fathor, whero
a delicious woddlng breakfast was
sorved. Aftor a trip to Now York
City and othor points thoy expect
to return to Honesdalo to reside.
Tho brldo was formerly employed In
Katz's Underwear Factory and has a
largo clrclo of friends hero. Tho
groom Is tho locnl agent for tho
Prudontlal Insuranco Company nnd
is a young man of sterling character.
E. Freeman was attending to
business In Scranton on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Carr, of
Chicago, woro guests Wednesday of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry 'Rockwell.
Charles Marcklo has accepted a
position as clerk with tho Wclls
Fargo Express company. His former
situation In Katz Bros.' store will
be filled by William Miller.
Mrs. C. J. Kelly loft Wednesday
morning for Tunkhannock whore
sho will spend a 'few clays with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abner Rey
nolds. Mr. Kelly 'will Join her on
Saturday, returning on Monday.
A. A. Grambs and F. W. Mlchels
brought homo a nice catch of trout
the first of the week. Each secured
tho limit In a comparatively short
time. Several of the speckled beau
ties measured 12 Inches. Others
ranged In size down to eight In
ches. On Tuesday morning at ten
o'clock, Rev. Dr. J. W. Balta per
formed the marriage ceremony which
united Dr. Frank J. Kosok, of
WIlkes-Barre, to Miss Julia E. Raise
also of 'Wilkes-Barro. Tho bride
and groom are 'friends of Dr. Balta,
tho latter being the brother of
Mayor John Kosok of Wllkes-Barre.
The couplo were attended 'by
Charles Kosek and Miss May Far
roll also of Wllkes-Barre. The cere
mony was a quiet one and only the
above mentioned were present except
tho groom s mother, Mrs. John
Tho bride and her maid were
gowned alike in pretty costumes of
dark blue traveling suits, with hats
to match. The bride carried a show
er bouquet of bride roses, while the
bridesmaid carried a large bouquet
of pink roses.
An elaborate wedding breakfast
was enjoyed at Hotel Allen by the
bridal party and a few friends.
The bride Is one of Wllkes-Barre's
popular young women and Is accom
plished In many ways. The bride
groom, who Is also equally well
known, is a rising young physician
and at present is city bacteriologist.
Both have hosts of friends.
They have gone on a honeymoon
that will Include 'ew York city,
Philadelphia, Atlantic City, Wash
ington, D. C, Old Point Comfort and
other places of Interest.
P WORDS FOR THE
Wayne County School.
We Are Headquarters
Salesman Wanted j
to take orders and deliver'
Our Specials. Good pay and,
steady work. . i
Grand Union Tea Co.
If It's A Wagon?
I We Have
Buggies, Buekboards and Surreys for pleasure.
Heavy and Spring wagons for business.
Over fifty styles of light wagons are now ready tojbe ehown you.
If you need a wagon and don't see them we both lose.
We buy our wagons in carloads for cash anil sell to many that a
very small profit on each one satisfies us
We have the Variety, We have the Quality.
We have the Style, We have the Price,
Pretty strong talk. Make us prove it. We guarantee every
wagon we sell. If it should not bo just right, we will make it so.
A visit will prove interesting even if you do not need a wagon now.
l!o friendly, come in and see us.
Everything for the Farm.
Miss Mamo Cully has returned
homo from Scranton.
Misses Cora and Nolllo SlUby aro
Bpondlng a few days in Scranton.
Thos. Thomas, of Carbondalo, la
tho guests of Honesdale friends.
Frank Wllllnms, of Carbondale,
visited friends In town last week.
Francis Murtha of Scranton at
tended tho Connelly-Whalen wedding
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Peters have re
turned from a visit with friends In
Now York City.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Jackson, of
Tyler Hill, wero In Honesdale on
Mrs. Carr and-Miss Weston wero
calling on friends In Scranton tho
foro part of tho week.
Mrs. Rose Coyne, of Scratnon, la
visiting friends nnd relatives In
Honesdale and vicinity.
Miss Edna Katz returned Wednes
day evening from a two months'
stay with her sister, Mrs. Alfred
Ullman, In Baltimore.
Julius Rlckert recently accompan
ied Ills sister, Mrs. William Wolf and
little son, Edward, to their homo In
Great Bend. Tho former also visit
ed relatives In Scranton before re
C. L. Darrow, of New York city,
who since 1890 has been coming to
Honesdalo on annual business trips,
was a welcome visitor hero this
week. Mr. Darrow represents the
Underwood Ink company and in his
23 years on tho road has sold sev
eral 'hundred thousand gallons of
that popular writing fluid.
To close out a few single and odd
lot tailor suits for Misses and Chil
dren Menner & Co. will sell them
at half price. 31t4.
Closing Out Sale
on our entire stock'of
which we are closing out
Our Stock is new and
and no old number among them. We
have shoes of all kinds for every
member of tho family. Come in and
see our prices before buying else
Myers' Shoe Store
530 Main St.
Store for Rent.
CONSOLIDATED PHONE 1-11-L.
OPP. POST OFFICE, Honesdale, Pa.