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THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 19 12.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 11)12.
ROBERT K. YOUNG.
A. W. POWELL.
FRED E. LEWIS,
JOHN M. MORIN,
ARTHUR R. RUPLEY,
ANDERSON II. WALTERS.
W. D. 15. AINEY.
H. C. JACKSON.
THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY.
If all men had to earn all they
lived upon they would know better
how to use money and how to save
it. Samuel Harrow.
The Scranton Board of Trade has
Just issued a book telling of tho
advantages of that city. It certain
ly is a credit to the Board as well
Wilbur Wright conquered -tho air
but unlike the rest of the aviators
who have died up to date, his death
was a natural one. It was a strange
manifestation of the irony of fate
that where others, whom he showed
the way, met their fate, ho escaped
Its pitfall. Tho secret was that ho
knew when ho had enough. Ho asw
the trend of aeropianing toward tho
"show business" and ho realized the
temptations and dangers it led to. So
he left the show business to others.
SWAT THE FLY.
Flies carry more germs and carry
more sickness than anything elso we
Flies walk over manure and vllo
dirt and then come into your house
and walk on the food you are going
to eat. They leave this dirt on your
food. Do you want to eat after tho
fly walks there?
Kill the flies you see.
Keep everything clean in your
house and your yard.
Have screens in all doors and win
dows and fly traps on doors and
garbage palls. Keep all food covered
and have no dirty dishes for flies to
feed upon. Do not let a fly touch
anything which a baby puts into its
Keep your milk bottles covered and
wash as soon as empty.
THE DUTY TO SAVE LIFE.
Captain Lord, of the Californian,
and his officers are tolerably certain
to have to stand a trial for his fail
ure, in a measure shared by them,
to follow up the distress signals from
the Titanic which were seen on his
vessel and reported to him.
The evidence taken in London con
firms what had been already known
from testimony here, first that tho
distress rockets from the Titanic
were seen from tho bridge and deck
of tho Californian to tho number of
at least five; second, that later her
masthead and upper deck lights were
seen with a list of starboard under
conditions which pointed to grave ac
cident, and third, word of this was
sent to the sleeping captain, who
asked enough to learn that the sig
nals were white, distinctly distress
signals. All this was Intentionally
left out of the log of tho Californian.
'Had either Captain Lord, Chief
Officer Stewart or Second Officer
Stono called tho sleeping wireless
operator to his key, tho Californian
would have been alongside of tho
Titanic two hours beforo sho sank
and probably saved every life.
Tho common law makes it a crlmo
to fail to uso reasonable means and
effort to save human life, known to
be in danger. An English statute
makes It a crimo in case of ship
wreck. Our own law corresponds to
tho English common law. So does
tho code of most States. In this
State, a father-has been convicted of
involuntary manslaughter for falling
to send for a physician for a sick
Captain 'Lord by tho ruling and
reasoning of tho court In this case
would bo liable for his falluro to
answer tho Titanic signals. Their
terrible meaning was known at ten
minutes beforo six tho next morning
when tho wireless oporator on tho
Californian sent out a genoral call
and learnod that tho Titanic had
struck a berg and had sunk flvo
by tho Citizen Publishing Company.
at tho postofflco. Honesdalo, Pa.
It. B. HAHDKKIlKRmt
W. W. WOOD
ot regular advertising rates. Notice
churches or for charitable purposes
hours before. If English law does
not act In this case, English justice
'Nobody likes to think of flies. But
tho best way not to bo compelled to
think about them a wholo lot later
on Is to bo a little advance thinking
now. We hear a good deal about
by traps right now. The other day,
in a magazine, was a picture of a
boy and a heap of flies, and a fly
trap which tho boy had used to catch
the Hies. There was something like
22,000 flies in that heap. Tho boy
won a prlzo of ?25 offered for tho
largest catch of flies. Fly traps and
fly swatters, of course, havo their
use. But they are tho "pound of
cure." Wouldn't It be far bettor not
to have so many flies to catch or
Here is the ounce of prevention:
Don't give the flies a chance to breed
in your immediate vicinity. Clean
up. Keep cleaned up. Allow no
manure or garbago about your
house. Uso plenty of soap and wa
ter nsldc of the house. Teach tho
children the value of cleanliness.
Teach them, also, not to leavo doors
open, so that when the screen door
is open they will bo thoughtful
enough to close it when they go In
or out. Keep all foods covered, for
if there is no filth around flies will
feed on your edibles and infect them
with disease. Screen your house
from attic to collar. Leave no way
of ingress for tho fly and you will
have no cause to complain of his
Too many people are stingy about
screens. Stinginess in screens means
either that you are not getting suffi
cient air into your house because
you dare not open unscreened doors
and windows, or that you are letting
in filth and disease with tho flies
when tho unscreened windows and
doors are open. If you can't afford
good wiro screens fitted to overy
window, tack netting . across the
window frames. It's cheap and will
last until cold weather kills the flies.
It is not necessary to fill tho house
with nasty fly traps, poisoned fly
paper or to organlzo tho children
into a swatting brigade. Keep the
flies out of tho house and keep tho
place clean that's all.
Strangers who visit Honesdalo go
Into ecstasy over the beautiful and
changeahlo scenery of our town.
','Honesdalo Is unlike other cities and
towns," remarked a New York City
visitor to us a few days since, "in
that there is so much sunshine but it
is hidden to a certain degree by tho
many beautiful and largo shado
He remarked what a beautiful
town Honesdalo is and how ho "was
surprised not to seo more summer
guests here, It being ono of tho pret
tiest places ho had ever visited In
cluding Scotland and Europe.
Honesdalo Is a beautiful town is
true but it takes something moro
substantial to erect summer boarding
'houses. There are many sites locat
ed on tho different roads leading In
and out of (Honesdalo that would
make Ideal locations for cottages
and boarding houses for tho accom
modation of summer guests. Then,
too, thero aro lakes nearby that
privileges could bo secured for boat
ing and bathing. Tho erection of
theso buildings would immediately
cause an Ingress of city folks who
havo heretofore spent their vaca
tions at seashores, abroad or travel
ing. To como to tho country would
bo an ideal change. Hero they
could roum over tho many hills,
visit tho waterfalls and walk along
sldo tho tiny brooks that wend their
way through tho woods. Pluck
flowers, sit undornoath tho "old
applo tree" or drink from Nature's
spring. All this and moro can bo
dono In tho country and near Hones
dalo. Wo welcome visitors.
Tho Greater Honesdalo Board of
Trado is extensively advertising
Honesdalo by sending out thousands
of folders tolling of tho town's ad
vantages industrially and otherwise.
They will go into tho homes of capi
talists and retired gentlemen whom
might bo Induced to leave tho stifling
heat of tho Metropolis and locato
among tho highlands of Wayno coun
ty. Honesdalo's gates are open to
the world. Como and seo. Result
DAMASCUS HIGH SCHOOL
COMMEXCEM 15NT WEEK.
Tho twelfth annual commence
ment week of tho High school com
bined with tho 'Decoration Day colo
bratlon closod a year of hard and
successful work for tho school. Very
largo crowds of patrons nnd friends
Joinod tho seniors In their wcok of
cntcrtalnmont and pleasure.
Owing to tho Tact that tho Decora
tion Day union services of tho
churches fell on Sunday, May 2G,
tho baccalnurcato sermon was
preached May 19 In tho Methodist
church by Rev. F. E. Moycr, M. A.,
to a largo and appreciative congre
gation. Mr. Moycr, a man ot strong
personality, gnvo the seniors and
those present nn eloquent and prac
Tuesday, May 28, tho Sophomoro
clnss held their picnic at Lake Hunt
ingdon during tho whole day, while
tho Freshmen choso Laurel Lako for
Thursday, May 30, is a day that
will bo long remembered In Damas
cus. In the morning it was cloudy
nnd It looked as though the weather
man was trying to upset tho plans
of the school in their effort to fur-
II. H. PET1HCK.
Principal of Damascus High .School.
nish a day's outing to all and in
cidentally raise the debt of ?100
that still remalued on their new
gymnasium. When It came tlmo for
tho parade people began to pour Into
tho town from all directions and a
well filled church listened to Chester
A. Garratt, Esq., of Honesdalo, de
liver an address to the veterans of
tho surrounding country.
Immediately after dinner the
athletic carnival began. Charles
Hocker of Mllanvillo won the 220
yard dash and a silver cup In tho
event for boys under sixteen. The
open race across Cochecton Bridge
had so many entries that it seemed
necessary to run tho event in heats
but when the starter called the roll
only six contestants appeared. Guy
IReilly of Cochecton won the silver
cup by a good spurt on tho end.
The boat raco was one of the finest
of tho day. It seemed to be a very
even match until the end when Rus
sell Pethick pulled away from his
opponent and won by only two or
three lengths. Tho half-mile raco
was won by Merle Bogart, of Urslnus
College. There were no entries for
the tub race. Tho tlmo was not
taken in any of tho races. Dr. B.
L. Tyler was starter and Bev. T. E.
Moyer, Henry Balhrer were judges
at tho finish.
The ball game resulted In a victory
for Damascus. Tho game had been
arranged between St. Joseph's Col
lege and Damascus. Tho game was
cancelled only four days before
hand, St. Joseph's wishing to dictate
who should play on tho Damascus
team, having been -walloped a week
before by tho score of 11 to 4 (the
first time in four years) they de
manded that three substitutes be
put in or they wouldn't play. Da
mascus, naturally, wishing to show
up Its best team on "Decoration Day
arranged a game with Callicoon, N.
Y., town team. The visitors played
good ball, but couldn't do much
with Rellly and Loy. A lost ball
netted them three runs. Tho score
The Senior Class presented the
amusing short comedy "Ici On Parlo
Francals," in the Baptist church
that evening. Tho staging, costumes
and Dorln's orchestra of Honesdalo
helped to rub off tho amateur feat
ures of tho paly. Tho interpretation
of tho characters was good through
out. Every available bit of spaco
was used for seating and standing
room, tho hall was filled and many
came who, not being able to get in
at all, returned home. Tho cast
Major Regulus Rattan
Spencer C. Noble
Victor Dubois, a Young Frenchman,
Guy F. Rellly
Mr. Sprigglns, and Mrs. Spriggins,
"Lodgings to Let,"
.Clara L. Tegoler, Anita Skllhorn
Angelina, tholr Daughter
Julia, Wife of Major Rattan
Eva II. Snavoly
Anna Maria, Maid of All Work..
Myrtle I. Reynolds
Scene: Dipwell, a fashionable wa
Time: Present Day.
Tho proceeds of the day wore
The commencement oxercises
brought tho eamo crowd back again
on Friday evening. Many camo
early knowing tho condition tho
previous night so that by 7:30 tho
church was packed. All were at
tholr best. Miss Sheard delivered
her oration with a conviction that
tho country grl's natural advantages
are far superior to those of hor less
fortunate city sister. Miss Moshor
in hor argumonts for woman's suf
frage presented tho matter clearly,
earnestly and cloverly. Mr. Greono
pleased his audionco to tho very last
ono and gavo tho most forcoful ad
dress that was over heard In Da
mascus. 'With his easy manner,
good humor and wonderful power as
a speaker, Mr. Greono drove what ho
had to say directly to tho hearts of
tho people. Somo of tho people may
diffor from Mr. Greono in their poli
tical views and tho reason for his
dofeat In Damascus may bo as ho
said hlrasolf "not that tho peoplo
lovo Homor leBS but that they lovo
Teddy more." Nevertheless thoy
look up to him as a man of sterling
Integrity and good Judgment and a
man who in his broad activities has
brought as much honor to "Wayne
county as any other man. Tho or
chestra onco more distinguished It
zelf. Tho principal of tho school
announced whllo presenting tho di
plomas that tho now gymnasium
started last fall nnd costing J71G
was entirely paid for. Tho pooplo
dosorvo much credit for their gen
erosity. As tho exercises enmo to a close
the entlro school seated togothor
broko out in "Where tho Hills of Old
Damascus," tho now school song and
then each class sang to the Seniors.
TA FT WILL WIN, HAYS SENATOR
Despite Roosevelt Successes lit Pri
maries, Senator Insists Presi
dent Will lo Victor.
Philadelphia, Juno C. Increasing
prospects of a flght-to-a-flnlsh at the
Republican nntional convention, nt
Chicago, havo led Senator Boles
Penrose to change his plans. Ho will
be present at tho first meeting of tho
nntlonnl commltteo and will probably
remain -thoro until all of tho dele
gate contests and all of tho conven
tion preliminaries havo been arrang'
ed to tho satisfaction of the Taft ad'
In splto of tho recent Roosevelt
successes at the primaries of several
states, Senator 'Penrose, who camo to
Philadelphia from Wash ncton. still
holds to tho opinion that Taft forces
will control tho convention from
stnrt to finish. He declares that the
most reliable advices indicate that
tho Rough Rider candidate is still at
least one hundred votes away from
convention control. Tho Indications
are also, he declares, that the Taft
forces aro standing fnst. If thoy do,
Taft will bo the nominee on tho first
ballot, according to tho senator.
Senator Penrose Is even moro em
phatic In his opinion that Senator
Ellhu Boot, of New York, will bo
the temporary chairman of tho con
vention In splto of the opposition of
tno Roosevelt forces.
Rev. MncKellur Preached Ilnccalaur'
eate Sermon Literary Prizes
Awarded Memorial Day
(Special :o The Citizen.)
Hawley, Juno G.
Vacation days aro near at hand.
Children's day will be observed in
the M. E. church next Sunday morn
ing at the regular hour of service,
11 a. m.
Union services wore held in the
Methodist church Sunday evening at
winch time Rev. D. S. MacKellar
preached the baccalaureate sermon.
Thero were only two of tho sweet
girl graduates in the class of eight
Following are tho name3 of the
graduates: Allen Gilpin, Wilson
Ames, Abraham 'Harris, Walter
Quinney, Frank Rowland, Edward
Dapper, Margaret Kahlles, and Mary
Miller. The class, chaperoned by
anss underhlll, will start for Wash'
ington, D. 'C, first of the week
Mrs. Jennie Bingham will also accom
pany tho party.
Mrs. Alfred Oschman and son, Ed
ward, returned Tuesday evening
from a two months' visit with rela
tives In the cities of Brooklyn and
Miss M. L. Goodrich, after spend
ing the winter in Minneapolis, re
turned to her home hero 'Saturday.
Miss Goodrich attended several ses
sions of tho general conference.
On Friday IH. Smith killed the
first rattlesnake of the season at
Falrview Lake. Tho snake measur
ed '5 feet G Inches. Smith is a
noted snake killer and he said that
he will mako a strong effort to not
rail helow his record of last season
of killing every rattler he has chance
Frank Bea will move this week
from Wllsonville Into his new home.
Mr. Bea on learning somo months
ago that he would bo asked to va
cate his house at Wilsonvitlo wheFe
he has lived for many years, pur
chased tho home and since then has
had it comfortably remodeled until
now it is a very convenient and
Wm. T. Schenk, a former minis
ter of Lakoville charge and Miss
May Allen of Pleasant iMount, were
married at the latter place on Wed
nesday morning by Tho Rev. J. II.
'A delegation of tho Modern Wood
men of White Mills, accompanied by
tho Junior cornet band of that place,
visited Walnut Grovo cemetery on
Sunday and conducted memorial
services at tho graves of their de
Erwin Buck, who is suffering with
a nervous trouble, left town Tuesday
evening for a trip to tho northwest
ern part of New York stato where at
tho home of his brother ho hopes
the salubrious mountain air will
most speedily restoro him to good
health. Mr. Buck is connected with
tho firm of Welsh & Ames In their
general merchandise storo on Church
street and Is a closo applicant to
business. He has 'probably over
done and no doubt a completo rest
is what ho Is in need of.
Mrs. Woodward, of Jlonesdale,
called on relatives hero Tuesday.
Tho High School Literary society
held their annual oratorical contest
in tho auditorium (Monday evening.
Thero was a good house, good
speaking, nnd this year tho provious
unploaasnt featuro of theso ovents
was changed by tho losers being also
winners. Our townsman, E. L.
Schlagor, liberally camo to tho front
and gavo each loser fl.50; he also
contributed tho other prize money
Wo ofTor Ono Hundred Dollars
Reward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
We, the undersigned, havo known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and beliove him perfectly honorable
In all business transactions and fi
nancially nble to carry out any ob
ligations made by his firm.
Walalng, Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken In
ternally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent free.
Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
which wont to tho following capablo
young peoplo: Norman Swingle first
prize and Harriet Golden flrst prlzo,
each receiving $5.00.
Mr. Stllgor and daughter Ada
laldo of Brooklyn, wero guests of
Mrs. May Plum on -Memorial Day.
Tho (Meniortai Day ceioDratlons
wero enjoyed by a good-sized crowd.
Considerable patriotism was shown
In tho decorations, etc. Tho parado
was a pleasing feature. Tho mar
shal of tho day, D. James Colgate
was given piaco of honor In Street
Commissioner E. Tuthlll's carriage,
drlvon by Hnrry Tuthlll, who had
taken no small pains to mako his rig
look exceptionally nice Tho Kohl
man children's pony and cart de
servo especial mention for artistic
effect; go carts In which llttlo ones
wero wheeled along on sidewalks
wero also adorned with Old Glory.
At tho Eddy brldgo a very fitting
eulogy for tho dead was paid by
Rov. Mr. Buchanan. Flowers wero
strown on tho waters. From thence
they proceeded to tho cemetery
whero services, according to tho
G. A. R. ritual, was conducted at tho
grave of Capt James M. Thorpe.
Upon tho return of tho parado a
feast was spread for them in I. O.
O. F. hall by tho 'Daughters of
America. Hero tho crowd was made
merry by feasting and music until
tho hour for going to athletic field.
"Mr. and Mrs. M. 'II. Harloo en
tertained a small party of tho young
iricnas or tnolr daughter, Delilah,
Friday evening, May 31, in honor of
Mrs. Augusta Keyes was recently
tendered a surprlso by a few of her
friends on her birthday. Games
wero played and delicious refresh
"Todd" Smith Quicker Than Light
ning Jumps From Window ns It
Enters His Home Ilnsolmll
Team Ready to "Play
(Special to Tho Citizen )
Whito Mills, Juno G.
Tho Whito Mills band went to
Hawley on Decoration Day and sev
eral of tho boys attended tho ball
Tho White Mills base ball grounds
aro In a first-class condition. Louis
Popko took tho contract to get it
in readiness but some days It was a
llttlo too wet for him to make much
progress. However, the boys are
well satisfied with the job.
Wo are now ready for base ball
to all comers. 'Sunday will be our
first gamo between Honesdale and
Whito Mills. This will bo the open
ing game of the season. Jack Hen
sey, tho manager, says that his boys
are all In tho pink of condition. For
tho past two years base ball in
White Mills has been somewhat
slow owing to the fact that tho peo
plo who like to seo a good game of
bail havo not como out with the
goods. Our boys are mostly factory
boys who work six days a week and
when they play for tho pleasure of
tho town and vicinity we must be a
little moro liberal towards Its sup
port. Tho moro money they have
tho better teams wo will bo able to
get, consequently better base ball.
About three years ago wo had a very
fast ball team, with John Dorfllnger
as manager. John says with the
younger players mixing in with the
old time players, that the new team
looks more promising then it nas
for a number of years.
The thunder storm of Sunday
evening was very severo In this vi
cinity. Tho lightning struck Clar
ence Smth's house and Todd, as he
is called, as tho lightning came In
ono window jumped out tho other
just In tlmo to save himself from be
ing struck by It. He, howover, felt
both tho shock of the electricity and
tho high jump and had tho town
been wired with the fire alarm Todd
would have sent one In to seo the
Joseph McCloskey of Hawley call
ed in town on Tuesday on business.
Tho Modern 'Woodmen of Ameri
ca, No. 10959, held their Memorial
Day on Sunday. They went to In
dian Orchard cemetery at 12:30 and
returned in tlmo to tako tho 3
o'clock train for Hawley to decorate
tho graves of their deceased breth-
orn. Thoy wero led by the White
Charles Suffiemau went to Hones-
dale on Monday to call on friends.
Read the now story.
Puts tho Stomach in Splendid Shape
ami supplies vim, Vigor and
Vitality to tho Whole Body.
If you feel all run down, out of
sorts, nervous and dopressed, go and
get a uo-cent box of MI-O-NA stom
ach tablets to-day.
Tako every ono of them according
to directions and when thoy aro gone
you will feel like a different person.
IMI-O-NA stomach tablets will ren-
ovato your disordered stomach and
bowels; they will put llfo Into your
They will banish nervousness.
brain fag, dizziness, headaches, night
sweats, and sleeplessness.
MI-O-NA will stop sour rlslncs. cas
nnd heartburn In flvo minutes. Largo
box 50 cents at G. W. Pell's, tho
druggist, and druggists everywhere.
HOT WEATHER NECESSITIES
At MURRAY CO.
Oil Cook Stoves
See Cream Freezers
Oil Stove Ovens
Largest Assortment. Attractive Prices.
MURRAY PR Everything for the Farm.
IllUririHI UUi HONESDALE, PENN'A.
AWAY GOES PIMPLES, BLACK
HEADS, ECZEMA, DANDRUFF
AND OTHER SKIN AFFECTIONS-
When Zcino nml Zcmo Sonp Aro Used
...,Tho Al M' L'n Drug storo says:
'Wo aro so confident that Zomo and
ZEMO SOAP used togothor will rid
tho skin or scalp of Infant or grown
n..?t PIMPLES. BLACKHEAD.
ECZEMA, DANDRUFF, INSECT,
BITES or any form of itching, irri
tated, disfiguring skin or scalp
trouble that wo do not hcsltato to
recommend theso clean, roflned rem
edies to every person who desires
quick rollof and a euro from any form
of aggravated skin or scalp affection.
Oftentimes ono bottlo and ono cako
of soap will euro a minor case of
ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP produco
suro and swift results. You will not
sufTor anothor day after you com
mence to uso them. You will feol
liko a now person.
ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP can bo ob
tained from ono leading druggist in
every city or town In America and in
Honesdalo. By tho A. M. Lolno drug
APPORTIONED TO MISSIONS.
Largo Part of Lutheran MinLstcrlum
Fund Goes That Way.
Bethlehem, Juno G. At 'Monday's
session tho Lutheran MInisterlum ot
lng amounts for various causes:
Homo missions, 19500; education,
$3r,00; theological seminary, $3000;
pastor's widows. JG00; Kropp Somi
nary, $3000; Muhlenberg College,
President Dr. E. T. 'Horn ordain
ed seven young men to tho ministry,
all of whom have accepted calls.
It is reported that tho pro-Masonic
party In tho Minlsterium has
won Its main contentions. Tho sev
eral young Lutheran clergymen who
joined tho Masonic order may not bo
forced to withdraw; tho anti-secret
society stand of tho church may bo
somewhat modified, and generous
givers will not bo alienated.
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE
Farmers and Me
OF HONESDALE. WAYNE COUNTY. PA.
at the close of business. May. 3. 1912.
Reserve fund $
Cash, specie and notes. tl6,lli 00
Due from approved re
serve aeents f I3.51S 4729.714 47
Nickels, cents and fractional
currency 120 3fi
Checks and otner cash Hems 147 55
Due from hanks and trust com
panies not reserve
llllls discounted : Upon one name
" " Upon two or. . .
more names HEW! 72
Time loans with collateral 27.a79 SS
Loans on call with collateral '.29,113 13
Loans on call upon two or more
names 13.955 00
Loans secured by bonds and mort-
t'ases 11.458 51
Bonds. Stocks, etc.. Schedule D B7. 5s7 "5
Oillee Hullillns and Lot 1S.NX) 00
Furniture and fixtures 2.000 00
Overdrafts 9 22
.Miscellaneous assets 7,325 05
$ 402.533 19
Capital Stock paid In $ 75.000 00
Surplus Fund 20.000 00
Undivided Profits, less expenses
and taxes paid 2.617 52
Deposits, subject to check J59.594 19
Cashier's checks outstand'c
Individual deposits. Time 215,321 78-304,915 97
State of Pennsylvania, County of Wayne ss.
I. C. A. Emery. Cashier of the above named
companj do solemnly swear that the above
statemeii' Is true to the best of my knowledge,
C. A. EMERY, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this1
Pth day of Mar. 1812.
My commission expires Jan. 19. 1911
Kena s. Kdoett. N, 1.
M. E. Simons, )
M.J. IIanlas. -Directors.
F. V. Kreit.ner, I 3Sw6
The creditors of the
havo secured tho services of Duel
Dodge, who Is backed with 37 year3
of experience as a pharmacist, to
conduct their drug storo recently
purchased ot P. L. Cole. Bring your
Prescriptions to this storo. You'll
recelvo pure, fresh drugs accurately
compounded. That's tho way wo
help tho doctor to help you.
1123 Main St.
$4.50 to $15.00
$1.00 to $1.75
20c to 50c
$1.00 to $8.00
$1.25 to $8.00
SI.OO to $3.00