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THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1912.
FOIl SALE FIVE QHADED HOL
stcin cows; also ono thoroughbred
Ilolstoln bull two years old. J. I
Dlrlam, Cherry Itldgo, I'a. . Boll
phono 021-11. 35t2
FOIl SALE A GOOD ROAD CAUT
or will exchango and pay dlfforenco
on a buggy. Cart can bo scon at
Hraman's barn. Address G, Box 827,
FOR SALE MARE. SIRED BY
Brlttanlc. In foal by Eth Bell.
W. J. Mclntyre. 3rel2
FOR SALE 1 VICTORIA, 2 CLOS
ed carriages, 1 doublo sleigh, 2
sots of harness. Prices very reason
able. Appl, at tho Scrauton Trust
Company, Scranton, Pa. 9tf.
S. C. DUFF ORPINGTON EGGS.
Dlooded stock. ?1.00 sotting of
15. F. B. Lord, Honesdalc, Pa. 24cit
S. C. DUFF ORPHINGTON COCK-
orels for salo. F. D. Lord, zioiu
FOR SALE 2500 SINGLE COMH
'White Leghorn chicks. Deliv
ery May 15-20. Our birds aro very
fine strain. ?12 per 100. LeRoy E.
Sands, Hawley. 35eltf.
AS WE PROGRESS, OUR OPTICAL
department becomes busier every
day Why? Because wo satisfy our
customers. Rowland. Jeweler and
50 MEN AND DOYS WANTED TO
learn glass cutting. Krantz,
Smith Co., Honesdale, Pa. . 23cltt
WANTED EXPERIENCED ROUGII-
crs and Smoothers on high grade
flower work. Apply, llerbeck-Domer
Co., Hallstcad, I'a. 31eI3t
FOR RENT SEVEN ROOMS WITH
Dr. C. R. Brady. 15tf
Merrltt Frlsble, of Hawley, pur
chased a Liberty-Brush runabout of
E. AV. Gammell on Wednesday.
ourt conenes next month.
The grand jury will meet the 10th
Instant and traerse jury June 17th.
-Tho Massachusetts primaries
aro more than likely to give busienss
a Jolt, as It makes the situation all
tho more uncertain.
wlnir to tho scarcity of coal.
duo to the recent suspension of the
mines, some of the washwomen of
Honesdale are unable to take care
of their patrons' clothes.
The Sunday School Institute,
with prominent speakers, will be
held at tflo Graco Episcopal church,
rrjoay evening, .May ii, ana Satur
day morning and afternoon, May 18.
St. Mary Magdalen's church is
now one of the best lighted churches
in Honesdale. Electric lights have
been installed and they were used
lor the first time at tho evening
6ervlces last Sunday.
Madeline Liebig, of Erie street,
made 38 words out of tho word,
Malier, thereby securing the $2
prize offered 'by the Philip Malier
Repertoire compnny, which played
here last week.
-The annual convention of tho
Honesdale district of the Wayne
County Sunday School Association
will lie held In the Seelyvlllo Union
chapel on May 15. Prominent
speakers will be present.
Nature, in the matter of de
pleted frops. will crush the Mexican
revolution within sixty days, is tho
opinion of Mr. Lewis Warfleld, one
of a syndicate of American owning
80,000 acres of mining and timber
land where trouble is marked.
Tho Scranton Ladies' Musical
club gaie its annual spring concert,
last Tuesday evening, at the Ly
ceum In Scranton, under the direc
tion of Mr. John T. Watklns. Tho
concert was an artistic success and a
largo audience was In attendance.
Mrs Lewis A. Howell is a member
of this dub and sang in tho concert.
- The Western Sullivan Telephone
Co., New York State, on Wednesday
purchased the line running from
Bethel to White Lake and Mongaup
Valley from the Now York Telephone
Co. and have assumed charge of
same As soon as the weather per
mits the line between Fostordale and
Bethel will be improved and a new
line will be built up through Hurd.
-Chicago Methodists will descend
upon the forthcoming General Con
fereri" o of tho Methodist Episcopal
cliur- h at Minneapolis on May 1 pro
pared to make a vigorous effort to
have removed from tho Methodist
diBiiime the "ban now placed on
dan' ing ard playing and theatre
going Tins decision was arrived at
recen'iy by a majority vote cast Ity
the Cho ago Methodist preachers'
Tho thestnut trees on tho IiIIIb,
north of Irving Cliff, aro extensively
infected with tho fungus which Is
destroying so much valuable chestnut
timber A field agent has examined
most of these trees and has marked
certain of them for tho field work of
Mr K E Rockey, who Is to give in
structions at the tree, next Saturday
morning The free illustrated lect
ure by Mr Rockey will bo hold at
tho school auditorium at 8 p. m. Fri
day and the field trip will leave tho
school house at 8:30 Saturday morn
ing - Tho Scranton Times scooped tho
Now York and Philadelphia news
papers on tho strike settlement
story Tho reporter who secured tho
scoop was C. Fred Henno. When ho
wound up his story over tho wlro ho
said ho would start for homo on the
next train. Editor Lynott sent him
a wlro in reply saying: "Don't como
homo Meet mo In tho morning at
tho Waldorf-Astoria." And tho "boys
say that tho 'boss did sorao neat
things In tho way of showing Henne
a good time In Now York including
a seat at tho National PuTjllsliors as
sociation banquet where tho plates
Horton Cross has Improved his
property on iRlvor street by planting
willow tees on tho bnk facing tho
Mayor Von Bergen nnd George
B. Carson, tho successful Roosevelt
candidates of Scranton, op'ont only
$445 In pushing their campnlgn.
Most of this amount wns expended
for meetings nnd advertising.
'Andrew lianas has purchased
of II. H. Wilcox tlio fallowing tracts
of land, consideration, $0,000; 20
acres partly In Clinton nnd Mount
Pleasant township; 42S acres, In sev
en tracts, all In Mount Pleasant
The Mnck Motor Car Works, at
Allentown, has built an automobile
that can bo backed up to tho curb
nnd which will In twenty minutes dig
a hole seven feet deep for a tele
graph or telephone polo then Insert
ing tho pole, all with Its own ma
chinery. 'While crossing the tracks at De
posit on Friday, tho two sons of
Ularry Vaughn, of McClure, were
struck by a westbound freight and
were horribly mangled. Thoy were
six nnd four yenrs old nnd were re
turning homo from a tramp In tho
woods. They were walking on the
track when struck.
The April rains rendered the
roads of Wayne county almost Im
passable nnd in sonic places travel
Is impossible owing to the fact that
wagon wheels sink in up to the hut)
and people nre compelled to make
wide detours out of their way rath
er than travel on them. The roads
in Honesdale are fast drying up but
out in tho country they are still In a
very bad condition.
Tho most sensational prophecy
of modern times wns that of Morgan
Robertson, tho novelist, who almost
fourteen years ago wrote "The
Wreck of the Titan," In which he
portrayed most vividly tho
scenes of the recent wreck of tho
great ocean liner Titanic, which
struck an Iceberg off the Newfound
land .coast. The "Titan" in the
story was considered an unsinkable
vessel and was destroyed by striking
an iceberg in nearly the same spot
where the Titanic floundered and
sustained a loss of life of approxi
Pennsylvania's staple crops in
the year 1011 are shown to have had
a value of $172,009,000, according
to the advance sheets of tho State
crop report, which has just been read
by A. L. Martin, deputy secretary of
agriculture, who is in charge of the
cop information service of the De
partment of Agriculture. The fig
ures are obtained from men who
have gathered the information for
years and aro regarded as heing the
best obtainable. The State stanas
first as a grower of rye, second In
hay and potatoes, ninth in wheat and
seventeenth in corn in the union.
"Who's Who mid Why?"
A complete short story appearing
in tho Friday (May 10th) issue of
The Citizen. Don't miss it. 3Ge!3
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES.
Seven millions strong a year
From a single 'fly doth appear;
Exterminate with a swat
Secure The Citizen's ten spot.
Tho classes in agriculture have
made a number of good tests of
milk, using the Babcock tester.
Some milkman's lacteal fluid was re
cently given a test and produced the
magniilcent (?) test of two and
three-fifths per cent, butter fat.
Some people are still inquiring
whether or not the library is free to
tho public. Why bless your heart,
dear reader, it is as free as the air
you breath. If there were patron
age to warrant it the library would
be open every evening.
The High school wireless tele
graphy outfit was in operation on
Monday when the editor of The Citi
zen sent a message to the pupils of
the school, telling them of the lit
tle booklet containing the first thir
ty lessons of the spelling contest,
which could be secured at his office
for only live cents.
Vincent Carroll, a member of tho
agriculture class, explained tho
method of testing seeds to a repre
sentative of The Citizen. Prof. II. A.
Oday secured some oats and Vincent
explained the process to us as fol
lows: "In order to test tho vitality of
those oats we planted them in a
seed-tester, planting three squares
of them, ten In a square. After al
lowing them seven days to germinate
I found that they had all germinat
ed, developing sprouts and roots of
about ono and a half inches In length
As they had all sprouted in tho
throe squares, wo had a sprouting
average of one hundred per cent.
The other fellows did not have as
good an average as ours but averag
ing together the total result was
04 1-3 per cent. This is tho ger
Tho class desires to make tests
for other persons. Farmers or local
parties who would like to know tho
germinating average of their seed
can send the seed to tho school
house in care of the agricultural
class, Honesdale, and after tho tests
have boon mado the average will bo
forwarded. It takes a week to make
HEARD AROUND THE CORNER
That tho Citizen Is conducting
a fly exterminating campaign
That it will offer $10 for the ilrst
prlzo and $5 ns tho second to tho
boy or girl In iHonesda'lo and vicinity
who will bring tho largest number
of dead flies to Tho Citizen office be
tween May 1 and September 1, 1012.
That tno flics must too killed and
not picked off of sticky fly paper
and brought to this offico. Kill
them with a swatter, paper, clastic
or your hands.
That all contestants aro requested
to mako weekly reports to Tho Citi
zen. If you send your "catch" bo
sure and enclose your naino anu au
dress so credit will bo given you.
If you wish to live d strive,
Let spider run allvo;
But tho fly. tho pesky thing,
Swat him and "get In tho ring."
C. P. McKcnna Is a business caller
John Adley, of Carbondale, spent
a few days In town.
Edward Lawyer, of Jerinyn, spent
Thursdny in this place.
Mrs. Julia Baumnnn Is n guest of
Middlctown, N. Y., relatives.
iFrnnk Myers is spending the
week's end in Now York city.
Attorney Chnrles P. Scarle Is eon
fined to Ills home with measles.
Attorney E. C. Mum ford wns a
business caller In Mllford Tuesday.
Miss Kathryn Bussa, of Hawley,
is tho guest of Honesdale friends.
Willnrd Wield succeeds Henry
Mnnnton as coachman for Homer
Dr. and .Mrs. P. F. Griffin have re
turned from a few days' visit in
Burgess C. A. McCnrty was In
Hawley, Thursday, on professional
Miss Anna H. Brown is visiting in
Philadelphia, Baltimore nnd Wash
ington, D. C.
Mrs. Joel Hill, of Lookout, Is tho
guest of Mr. and Mrs. William on
Mrs. John Mlckels and daughter,
Llllie, are spending a few days in
Now York City.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Salmon loft on
Wednesday afternoon for a trip to
'New York City.
Miss Mary McNulty has returned
to her home In Mnyfield after a brief
visit with Honesdale friends.
Mrs. Michael Dardis, of Brooklyn,
is tho guest of her mother, .Mrs. J.
A. Reilly on South Main street.
George M. Berry left Honesdalc
for Lake Huntington on Wednesday
where ho has secured employment.
Francis Murtha returned to his
home in Scranton Wednesday after
a brief visit with his mother here.
Miss Clotclda O'Conner of Hawley
was a recent visitor at the home of
her sister, Mrs. T. D. O'Connell, of
Miss Esther Hoyt, who has been
spending two weeks with Miss Ber-
nico Mclntyre, has returned to her
home in Peckville.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Ambrose Whalen re
turned Wednesday evening from a
week's honeymoon trip through
northern New York state.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert .1. Horton
are entertaining the former's father,
Lewis Horton, of West 'Philadelphia,
who arrived on Wednesday even
.Mrs. Caroline Lillio Dead.
Mrs. Caroline Gulnnip, relict of
the lato William Llllie, who died
about twelve years ago, passed away
on Sunday, April 28, at the ago of
eighty-four years. She had been a
resident of Narrowsburg for many
years, where Interment was made.
She Is survived by a daugther, Sarah,
at home, and also a son. Royal, at
home; and Theron, at Atco. She
has one sister living, Mrs. Peter
Barnes, of Honesdale. Deceased was
bom at Tusten, 'N. Y., March 10,
1828, and was a daughter of David
and Parmetia Gulnnip, who were
among the 'highly esteemed early
settlers of Wayne county. IHer life
was a blessing to all who knew her
and her death conies as a sad blow
to her large circle of friends. She
was a very devoted mother to her
children and she spent many years
of her life in tho service of her
Maker, being a member of the Meth
odist Episcopal church.
Kiinci'iil of ,1. A. ltiuai't.
Tho funeral of tho lato James A.
Bigart was largely attended In Haw
ley on Tuesday. The remains were
afterwards brought to Honesdale on
the 3:50 Erio train and interment
made in Glen Dyberry cemetery.
The remains were accompanied to
Honcsdalo by several relatives and
Freo and Accepted Masons, repre
senting Ariel and Hawley lodges.
The funeral party was met at the
depot by a delegation of Honesdale
Lodge No. 218, F. & A. M. and pro-
ceded to the cemetery, where Ma
sonic services were conducted.
County Commissioner Earl Rockwell
was master of ceremonies.
The pallbearers were T. F. Wall,
G. C. Blossom, H. P. Plum, V. A.
Decker, C. W. Roso and G. S.
Thompson, of Hawley. ,
In addition to tho above tho fol
lowing Ariel delegation was present:
E. P. Jones, F. E. Bortreo. Ed.
Smith, A. S. Keyes, Earl Rockwell,
F. E. Policy; III. F. Nicholson, Ham
lin. Tho following rolatlves from out-of-town
wcro in attendance: Mr. and
Mrs. William Bono, Miss Eliza Big
art, Horaco Bigart and family, of
Binghnmton. N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs.
John Chapman, nnd family. Homer
Blgnrt, of Hawley; Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Bigart and family, of Carbon
dalo; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bigart,
John Bigart, Jr., 'W. W. .Mills,
Jonathan Brown, son Dwlght, of
Ariel, nnd daughter, Mrs. 'R. H.
Cobb, of Scranton.
Adnm Metger Pusses Away.
Adnm Metzgor, ono of tho oldest
and best known residents of Calll
coon, passed away at his homo on
Sunday ovenlng, tho result of old
ago, ho being 82 years old.
Mr. Metzger was born In Hesso
Domstend, Germnny, and camo to
this country In 1854, locating In this
village where ho has conducted a
shoo shop up to within a year ago,
when ho rotlrod from business. Ho
was ono of tho few surviving pio
neers of this section, having resided
John Walsh, of this place, Is visit
ing nt tho McCloskoy home, Jerinyn.
Mrs. Jos. Fredericks and little
daughter nro spending a few days In
Mrs. F. A. Davis returned to her
homo In Now Haven, Conn., after n
month's sojourn with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Kroll.
Miss Lottie Gallup, who has mado
her home with her mint, Mrs. Fannie
J listed, or some time, returned to
Mrs. W. W. Wood, wife of County
Treasurer W. W. Wood, has been
very 111 at her homo for tho past few
days, but has now recovered.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel "Pell, of
Honesdale, nnd Mrs. 'Mary Pell, of
Scranton, were guests Sunday of Mrs.
Johrt Mohrs of Park street. Carbon
Mrs. T. A. Crossley was a guest of
relatives In Scranton on Thursday.
Mr. Crossley, who was one of the
delegates to Harrlshurg, will return
with his wife.
Mr. and Mrs. William Foster of
Gouldsboro, returned to their home
there on Tuesday after visiting with
Scranton and Honesdale friends for
about seven weeks.
Mrs. Ella Pope, who has 'been
spending trie winter with friends in
Pittsburg, is expected homo this
week, after spending a few days
with friends in Scranton.
Mrs. J. Wilbur Witnier and sister,
Mrs. Howard Anthony, of Dallas,
Texas, arrived Monday evening for
an extended visit with their grand
mother, Mrs. J. 'W. Kesler, of Main
'W. C. Bnumann attended the fun
eral of the late Adam Metzgar in
Calllcoon on Wednesday. The de
ceased was the father of Adam Metz
gar, Jr., who for a number of years
was a traveling salesman for tho
ilionesdaie Shoe company.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lesher and
two daughters, Edna and Margaret,
left Thursday morning for Sterling
where they will spend tho week's
end. Register and (Recorder Lesher
is combining business with pleasure.
We expect to hear a good trout story
when he returns.
Mrs. John D. Weston and Mrs.
Fred B. Whitney left Thursday
morning for New York City. They
will attend the white .breakfast Sat
urday given by the Rubenstein Musi
cal Club in tho "Waldorf-Astoria.
There will be 1,000 ladies present
and all will be gowned in white,
hence the name of the breakfast.
Mrs. Cleveland 'Rogers, formerly of
this place, will also be in attendance.
here tho longest period of time, with
Mr. Metzger was a member of Del
aware Lodge F. & A. M., and Gustavo
Adolp hLodge I. O. O. F.
Surviving relatives are his wife,
five sons, Adam, Jr., at home; Henry
of Bodle, Cal.; Charles and Fred, of
Arlington, N. J.; William, of Morris,
Pa.; and three daughters, Elizabeth,
at home, and Katherlne and 'Mary, of
A Masonic funeral was hold at
1:30 p. ra., on Wednesday. Calll
Dentil of Mrs. .Melsler.
Mary Rickard, wife of Englebert
Melsler, of Berlin township, was
taken sick -while descending tho last
step at tho National hoteL at 11
o'clock, Wednesday morning, and
died at 4:30 tho same day. She had
como to town to do some shopping
and was just starting out when she
becaino unconscious. Drs. Burns
and Powell were called, and it Is be
lieved that death was tho result of
apoplexy. She suffered a stroke
about thirteen years ago. Deceased
was 'born In Clomo township and was
about sixty years of age.
Besides her husband she is sur
vived by ten children as follows:
Mrs. William Dodge, of this place;
Charels Melsler, and iRebecca, wife
of Harry Ficken, White Mills; Mary,
wlfo of Frank Hull, Scranton;
Celestino, wlfo of John Mauwer. of
Towanda; Kate, wlfo of Lotiis Wag
ner, of Catawlssa; Victoria, wlfo of
Ralph Lassley, Scranton; (Edward,
and Miss Sadie at home, and Miss
Louisa of Towanda.
Sho is also survived hy tho fol
lowing 'brothers and sisters: Mrs. P.
R. Murray, Fred G. 'Rickard. of this
place; John Rickard, Frank Rickard,
Chorry 'Ridge; and Elijah Rickard
Tho body wns taken to tho home
of her daughter, 'Mrs. William
Dodge, North Main street, and tho
funeral services will bo hold Friday
morning nt 10 o'clock In St. Mary
Magdalen's church, 'Rev. Dr. J. W.
WILL OF JAMES A. KIGAItT.
Tho will of J. A. Bigart. lato of
Hawley, was Hied for probation with
Register of Wills, W. B. Lesher, on
Aftor funeral and other just debts
aro paid Mr. Bigart bequeaths to
his children. 'William D., Edward J..
Charles S., Horaco M., Agnes, wlfo of
John M. Chapman, Alice, wlfo of
Frank Thomas, and Oscar S. Bigart,
to sharo and sharo alike in tho re
mainder of his property, real and
Charles S. Bigart, of Cherry
Itldgo, and William D. Bigart, of
Dunmoro, wero appointed Joint exe
cutors of tho will.
The will was drawn up February
12, 1010, nnd C. A. McCnrty and
Homer Greeno woro witnesses.
"Who's Who and Why?"
A comnloto short storv anncarlnc
In tho Friday (May 10th) issue ofl
Tho Citizen. Don't miss It. 3Gol3
(Special to Tho Citizen.)
South Canaan, May 2.
Edith Williams and George Cong
don, of Cnrboiidale, spent Sunday
with tho latter's parents, Mr. and
.Mrs. Rlchnrd Congdon.
A number of members of 'Normal
Lodgo I. O. O. F. and friends attend
ed tho seventy-fourth nnnlvcrsary of
Cambrlnn Lodge I. O. O. F., Carbon
dale. Those In attondnnco wero Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Bono and son Rus
sell, Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo Dershlmer,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Isnnc Benthnm, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Ell Shnffer, Mr. and Mrs.
Loon Fielding, Ellsworth Spangen
berg, S, 'W. Swingle, Julian Swingle,
A. J. Robinson, Ernest Spangonberg,
Georgo Fielding and Carl Spangen
borg. After the Instnllntlon nnd a
line entcrtninimont, refreshments
woro served 1y tho Itcbeknh's Lodge.
Orville llronson Is somewhat bet
ter aftor an attack of pneumonia.
Ho has also suffered with pleurisy
and a broken leg.
Mrs. Wnlter Joyce of Carbondale.
spent a few days at tho home of her
mother, Mrs. Daniel Lamberton of
Jay Reed is working at Waymart
in the Wonnacott saw mill.
Mrs. Albert Jenkins snont a few-
days In Scrnnton, visiting her sister,
.Mrs. Anna sciienck, who has been In
the Hahnemann hospital for some
time. She is slowly Improving.
Mrs. Gilbert Webster of Peckvlllo.
died April 22, 1012, at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. A. Jenkins. She
formerly lived in South Canaan. In
terment was mado in the South
Cannan cemetery April 24. Besides
her daughter, Mrs. A. Jenkins, sho
is survived by two sons, John and
Leon Spange,nberg or 'Peckville,
has been spending a few days with
Ills sister, Mrs. James 'Wagner.
Mrs. Georgo Dershimer and
daughter, Alice, made a business trip
to Honesdale one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Congdon and
daughter, Laura, of Carbondale,
spent Sunday witli tho former's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Congdon.
Eunice Hilgert spnet Sunday as
the guest of Frances Wells.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bone and son
Russell spent Sunday as the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. William Fielding.
Otto Enslln of Scranton, spqnt
Sunday at this place.
'Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lockwood and
children spent Sunday at Carbondale
with tho latter's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Wagner.
Before a small crowd, the last
basket ball game of the season was
played at the Rink on Tuesday night.
The two teams were supposed to be
the Rink Five vs. the All Stars, but
neither team knew who was going
to play with them, until just before
the whistle blew. Tho iRlnk Five
missed the services of McDermott
and Capt. J3ader, their two star
guards, very much, and substituted
two of the G. C. team, Hessling and
Welsh, both of whom played good
The game did not seem to have
much life and at times neither team
seemed to care who won.
Tho All Stars wero composed of
three Alerts, one G. C. club man and
ono Co. E. The flrst half ended C to
C and the final score was 16 to 17
In favor of the "All Stars." Lineup
All Stars. Rink Team
Mangan F W. Polt
Tarkett F Ross
Koons C O'Connell
Rose G Welsh
D. Faatz G Hessling
All Stars baskets: Mangan 1, Tar
kett 1, and 1 foul, Koons 1, Rose 1.
D. Faatz 4; Rink: W. Polt 1, and 1
foul. Ross 5, Hessling 1.
I The FARMERS and
.M. E. SIMONS, President. C. A. EMERV, Cashier.
CAPITAL STOCK - - $75,000.00
Main ami! 9th
BANK WITH THE
Reasons Why !
It represents more stockholders than any other hank
in Wayne county.
ITS DEPOSITS HAVE REACHED OVliilTMLE
mark and is steadily growing with the people's conlidence
and tho hank's progressive yet conservative methods.
Its expense of management is limited to amount of
business; together with it's trust lunds invested in bonds
and first mortgages on improved real estate assures its de
positors absolute security.
It treats its hundreds of small depositors with tho
same courtesy as though their funds were deposited by ono
or moro persons.
This bank comes under tho strict requirements of tho
State banking laws as all savings banks and is frequently
visited by tho Pennsylvania State hank examiner, besides
having a hoard of directors consisting of sixteen of Wayno
county's reliable business men and farmers.
M. B. Allen, W. II. Fowler,
Georgo C. Abraham, W. II. Gulnnip,
J. Sam Brown, M. J. Hanlan,
Oscar B. Hunnoll, John H. Krantz,
Wm. H. Dunn, Prod W. Kreltner,
J. E. Tiffany.
Grace Episcopal church, Sunday,
May 5, 10:30 n. m Holy Commun
ion and Sermon, "Growing Into the
Truth." 7:30 p. m., ovenlng prayer
and sermon, "Tho Chief of Sinners,"
Sunday school at 12 M.
Services at Central Methodist
Episcopal church, Sunday, May 5:
Tho pastor, iRov. Will II. Hlller will
preach at 10:30 a. in. and 7:30 p.
ni. Morning subject "Tho Blood
of the Covenant." Evening "Life
nt Its Best." Sunday school at 12
M. Epworth League at 0:45 p. m.
All pews In this church aro free. A
cordial welcome to all who attend.
Prof. H. C. Albert of the State
Normal school, DIoomsburg, who Is
in great demand ns a lecturer on so
cial questions, will speak In tho
Presbyterian church Sunday morn
ing. In tho evening Dr. Swift will
repeat his sermon on "The Message
From tho Titanic." All welcome at
Send six cents to The Citizen,
Honcsdalo, Pa., and receive a booklet
containing the first thirty lessons of
"Who's Who and Why?"
A complete short story appearing
in tho Friday (May 10th) Issue of
The Citizen. Don't miss it. 35e!3
Willis Then you think it is pos
sible to stop the divorce evil?
GUlls Certainly. Merely let it
become common enough to be un
A man's family keeps him from
putting lots of his money Into bad
Investment by spending it for him
Closing Out Sale
on our entire stock'of
which we are closing out
Our Stock is new and
and no old number among them. Wo
havo shoes of all kinds for every
member of tho family. Come In and
see our prices before buying else
where Myers' Shoe Store
530 Main St. Honesdale, Pa.
Store for Rent.
G. Wm. Soil,
M. 13. Simons,
Georgo W. Tlsdoll,