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THE CITIZEN, TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 19 13.
What the Shops Aro Showing.
Black and white gloves seein to
have established their claim to con
sideration. Black gloves stitched,
buttoned and cuffed with white, and
Jblack pipings, stltchlngs, buttons and
cuffs on white gloves aro found In
all tlio shops.
Black and white combinations al
though extensively seen must yet bo
used with care. Black worn by itself
and white worn alone are not giddy;
but the combination Is always strik
ing, sometimes appallingly so, and it
must bo made in nice proportion to
be in good taste.
Cut brocaded velvet and heavy silk
plush with silver filigree fastenings
make handsome bags for the middle
aged woman. They are capacious
enough to hold handkerchief, eye
glasses or lorgnette, coin purse and
other small articles.
Cluny is modish.
Chantllly will not down.
Binch is a new Belgian lace.
V, Brussels point is always good.
Nets are used as much as laces.
A touch of heavy black Bohemian
lace is good.
'Black outlines are effective on
white shadow lace.
A new combination laco resembles
both Torchon and Cluny.
Craquele is a bit like shadow, save
that tho velning resembles the por
celain with a cracked glaze.
Hats of dark colored straw are
bound with braids of straw, silk or
cotton In bright colors. One binding
which will probably be much used
as the season advances is of fine
straw in red, blue, green and brown,
woven in the form of vinelike stems
with bright colored blossoms.
A new silk waist shows a long
sleeve reaching well over the hand
with a row of small glass buttons in
tho color of tho silk reaching from
hand up sleeve seam for three in
ches. Above this a frill of lace is
fastened in tho sleeve seam for an
other three inches. This arrange
ment has the advantage of keeping
tho frill out of harm.
A negligee of crepe de chine in
oyster whito made with a long point
in back and two points in front
which reach almost to tho hem of
tho petticoat is embroidered with big
butterflies worked in gray, blue, tan,
green and pink floss in lovely dull
shades. The dreamy restfulness
which this negligee suggests is re
freshing. Not very long ago it was said that
the magpie effects combinations In
black and white were not to con
tinue in fashion; but the Spring
showing in shoes, parasols, neck
wear, street suits, house frocks, shirt
waist blouses and even stockings
contains more combinations of black
and white than over.
An effective use of the two colors
is made in a collar, vest and cuff set
of chiffon. Tho chiffon is arranged in
bias folds, first a fold of whito, then
one of black, crossing each other dia
gonally In the middle of the vest, at
the back of the collar and at the side
nf tlift miff TTin rncult ta n ai.tol of
feet, but tho black stripes are soften
ed by tho edge of white stripes which
extends under them and the white
stripes are made less startling by tho
black under them.
Open necks may be round, square
or V-shaped. With them the wide,
flat collars of embroidered linen cov
ering the shoulders, high Medici col
lars of laco, narrow frilled flchus,
collars of Bulgarian embroidery
round collars of lace that He In care
less folds or a collar which continues
into a rever, curving to end in a
point at one side of the waist line.
In one case tho collar begins at tho
right side of the neck, which is open
in front, goes around the back, and
hangs like a stole at the left of the
Brocaded sleeves, different in both
color and material from the rest of
the costume, are shown in several
models. A costumo of silk brocade
in the shade known as mie de pain,
or bread crumb has sleeves of silk
cashmero of another brocade design
in several tones of Oriental blue. In
all cases these contrasting sleeves
are long. The material of tho waist
itself continues without a seam down
a third of tho way from the shoulder
to the elbow, the brocaded sleeve
emerging from under this abortive
beginning. A costumo of soft tan
charmeuse has not only the sleeves
1 1 1 t nlfn o ertlf nt vaot vow. 1 in f n
and open, of crepe crocade In tan and
dull green. Another gown, in this
case of white silk crepe, has the
sleeves of white foulard, with a
printed pattern In Chinese blue.
Tho edict has cone forth that tho
Wilson-Marshall administration shall
bo a "white ribbon" affair, with no
wines or liquors served at any enter
tainment. Not only do the President and
Mrs. Wilson and their daughters ta
boo the sparkling cup, but so also do
the Vice-President and Mrs. Mar
shall, the Secretary of State and Mrs.
Bryan, and nearly tho entire Cabinet.
This is one of the most striking
social changes under the new admin
istration, and, it is reckoned, will
save nunureus ui uiuu&auuo ui uui-
. . i n .1 o .1 l
lars annually to those who entertain
When tho secretary or state ana
Mrs. Bryan had tho British Ambas-
1 1 1 . . r. i 1, Tini
Willard several years ago, Mrs. Bry-
LIl UIIIIUUUUUU L11UL MUlllltJi DUU UUi
Mr. Bryan drank wines, and she
mniif thnt Mr Hrvpn fiiri nnr.
Some years ago Mrs. John B. Hen-
lerson caused the wines In her cel
nra to be emntied into tho gutters
n her effort to ston the tendency in
1 a f .1 .1 "ITT1.I1,- 11.
vero not far reaching, tho move of
ho PrfiRldnnt and Mrs. Wilson, the
he Secretary of State and Mrs.
Iryan, and others will at least put a
.ktri ICOIUCUIl MM HUM..,
luletus on wine drinking when tney
i , i , . . .. t
A cood many neonlo who have not
rnnion t r 1 n nunniinn hum it iiitiii
nany people outside of Pennsylvania
a not seem to ha aware or the fact
that while the Legislature has been
defeating local option and other liq-quor-restricttng
bills blenlally, there
has been a steady growth In " dry "
area in this Commonwealth. Ten
or fifteen years ago Potter county
had the distinction of being the only
" dry " county. It retained that not
ablo position for years, but now thero
nre four counties in the samo class,
and in many of those which are in
the "wet" column tho license list is
much shorter than when the Spanish
War broke out. Up In tho hard coal
regions, which long had an unpleas
ant notoriety for the number of liquor-selling
places, there has been a
decrease which Is remarkable when
one considers what tho situation used
to bo. Perhaps it Is due to the fact
that the foreigners who predominate
in many districts, aro becoming ac
customed to American ways and that
they no longer regard, liquor as part
of their daily fare, or else that the
business Is becoming so expensive
that small saloons and "holes in tho
wall" are being driven out. Any
way, thero has been a decline in tho
number of licenses. But tho gain In
the number of "dry" counties has
been such as to surprise many per
sons. Lawrence and Butler in tho
west, are now on the "dry" list, and
Bedford, Mifflin, Juniata and Hunt
ingdon in the center have been
added, Juniata and Huntingdon hav
ing been tho latest to get into the
no-llcense class. They make six
"dry" counties in the state.
GASOLINE OAK ON THE KAIL.
Huns Like Sixty on 58-Milo Journey
Over Familiar Route.
Warren, March 20. After four
years of experimentation and the ex
penditure of $50,000, a gasoline
motorcar that may revolutionize lo
cal railroad transportation methods
has been perfected by J. A. Velle.
The car accomplished a 58-mile
journey from Warren to Correy and
return without a hitch of any kind.
Tho car is 70 feet in length, weighs
75 tons and has a capacity of 54
passengers. The exterior Is of steel
and the interior finished in ma
hogany. The motor is 300-horse-power,
and the car can be driven at
the fastest express speed.
Accompanying tho inventor on the
trial trip today were many prominent
engineers from various railroads.
Several of the cars will be used on
the Jamestown, Chautauqua & Lake
Erie Railroad this summer.
TIONS SINCE 18G5
Following Is a list of rulers
and ministers assassinated
Abraham Lincoln, President
of the United States, April 14,
Michael, Prince of Servla,
June 10, 1868.
Prim, Marshal of Spain, De
cember 28, 1870.
Richard, Earl of Mayo, Gov
ernor General of India, Febru
ary 8, 1872.
Abdul Aziz, Sultan of Tur
key, June 4, 1876.
Alexander II., of Russia,
March 13, 1881.
James A. Garfield, President
of the United States, July 2,
Marie Francois Sadl-Carnot,
President of France, June 24,
Stanislaus Stambouloff, Pre
mier of Bulgaria, July 25, 1895.
Nasr-Ed-DIn, Shah of Persia,
May 1, 1896.
Canovas del Castillo, Prime
Minister of Spain, August 8,
Juan Idlarte Borda, President
of Uruguay, August 25, 1897.
Jose Maria Reyna Barrios,
President of Guatemala, Febru
ary 18, 1898.
Empress Elizabeth, of Aus
tria, September 10, 1898.
Humbert, King of Italy, July
William McKlnley, President
of the United States, September
Alexander, King of Servla,
June 11, 1903.
Draga, Queen of Servla, June
Bobrlkoff, Governor General
of Finland, June 16, 1904.
Von Plehve, Russian Minister
of the Interior, July 28, 1904.
Carlos, King of Portugal, Feb
ruary 1, 1908.
Louis Phllllppe, Prince Royal,
February 1, 1908.
Luis, Crown Prince of Portu
gal, February 1, 1908.
Serglus, Grand Duke of Rus
sia, March 13, 1908.
Marquis Ito, of Japan, Octo
ber 26, 1909.
Peter ArcadowUch Stolypln,
Premier of Russia, September
Jose Canalejas, Prime Min
ister of Spain, November 12,
Nazlm Pasha, Turkish Minis
ter of War, January 23, 1913.
Francisco I. Madero, Presi
dent of Mexico, February 23,
Jose Pino Suaroz, Vice Presi
dent of Mexico, February 23,
George, King of Greece,
March 18, 1913.
HERE IS A BARGAIN
Located in Berlin township about
3Vi miles from Honesdale is one
of the best farms in that locality,
It consists of 108 acres, which is all
Improved. Tho soil is sand loam and
red shale. .It is well watered by
springs; orchard. Twelve-room
house, barn 37x47 feet with shed
22x90 feet. Part cash, balance on
easy terms. See
Buy-U-A-IIoino Kcalty Co.
Jadwln Building, Box 82, Honesdale,
AN ORDINANCE An ordinance
granting the right of way in,
through, over and upon certain
streets in tho borough of Honesdale,
county of Wayne and Common
wealth of Pennsylvania, to the
Wayne County Railway Company,
regulating the maintenance and op
eration of the Railway of tho said
Company and defining the conditions
upon which said right of way is
Section First; Be it enacted and
ordained by the Town Council of tho
Borough of Honesdale, in the coun
ty of Wayno and Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania, In council assembled,
and it is hereby enacted and ordain
ed by tho authority of tho same:
That from and after the passage of
this Ordinance, the Wayne County
Railway Company, a company or
ganized under tho laws of the Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania, its suc
cessors and assigns, is hereby grant
ed tho right, liberty and privilege toj
erect, construct, maintain and oper
ate for seventy-five years (75), a
single track electric railway, for the
conveying of passengers, baggage, ex
press, freight and malls, to be operat
ed by an overhead trolley
or underground system, or ,
any improved motive power, '
except steam, In, through,
over and upon the following streets,
viz: Beginning at a point in the cen-
tre of Park Street, marking the '
boundary between the borough of
Honesdale and tho township of Tex
as, Wayno County; thence in an
easterly direction, over, along and
upon the said Park street to Its in
tersection with Main street; thence
In a southerly direction over, along
and upon the said Main street to the
Gurney Elevator Works; thence re
turning by the same route to the
place of beginning. Also, beginning
at the intersection of Main and
Fourth streets; thence in an easter
ly direction over, along and upon the
said Fourth street to the county
bridge marking tho boundary line be
tween the borough of Honesdale and
the township of Texas; thence re
turning by the same route to the
place of beginning. Also; Beginning
at the intersection of Main and Elev
enth streets; thence in an easterly
direction over, along and upon Elev
enth street to the Lackawaxen river,
marking tho boundary between the
borough of Honesdale and the town
ship of Texas; thence returning by
the same route to the place of be
ginning., Also; Beginning at the in
tersection of Main and Park streets;
thence in a northerly direction over,
along and upon the said Main street
to a point marking the boundary be
tween the borough of Honesdale and
the township of Texas; thence re
turning by the same route to the
place of beginning.
Section Second: That the said
Wayne County Railway Company
shall be granted the right to con-
truct threo turnouts within tho bor
ough limits, one of which shall be
located in front of, or near the Del
aware and Hudson Passenger station
on Main street, as shall be determin
ed by the oiTicers of the said Railway
and the Town Council of the said
borough; the second turnout to be
located on Park street at the uor-
ough line; and the third turnout at
the north end or Main street at the
borough line; each turnout may be
of the length of ninety feet in the
clear; also "Y" connections at tho
Intersection of Main and Fourth
streets, Main and Eleventh streets
and Main and Park streets. Also all
necessary spur track and switch con
nections to connect with any railroad
or factory within tho said borough,
plans of which spur tracks and
switch connections must be submitted
to the Town Council of the said bor
ough and recelvo their approval, be
fore their erection or construction.
Tho said Wayne County Railway
Company shall at all times, at its
own cost and expense, lay its tracks,
turnouts, curves, spurs and switch
connections and keep the samo in
proper repair so that driving upon,
over and across by usual and ordi
nary vehicles may be safe and con
venient. Section Third: That the track
shall bo what is known as tho Stand
ard guago of four feet eight and one
half (4 ft. 8 in.) inches in width,
and shall bo laid in the middle of the
above named highways and streets
respectively, equally distant from
the curb line on both sides of tho
streets and highways above mention
ed and the outside rail of turnouts
equally distant from tho curb, un
less otherwise directed and empow
ered by tho Town Council of tho bor
ough of Honesdale; that the said
Railway Company shall lay Its rails
strictly In accordance and conformity
with the grade of the said
streets, which grade shall be
furnished to the said Rail
way Company by the Town Council
of the said borough, and in such a
manner as not to interfere with pub
lic travel along, and upon the said
streets and highways.
Section Fourth: The said Wayno
County Railway Company shall also
at its own proper cost and expense
construct, reconstruct and constant
ly maintain the road bed between the
rails and for a distance of two feet in
width on the outside of each and
every rail of tho said railway on each
of the said railway on each of tho
above named streets or highways in
such a manner as shall be described
and required by the Town Council of
the said borough of Honesdale. And
If at any time hereafter, the said
Town Council shall determine and
resolve to pavo any or all of tho
above named streets and highways,
then In that event, tho said Wayno
County Railway Company shall, at
once, and at its own proper cost and
expense, in llko manner pave its
road bed between the rails of the
said railway and for two feet on the
outside of each and all the rails on
each of tho above named streets and
highways, with brick, the kind to be
selected by tho Town Council of tho
Borough of Honesdale
Section Fifth: That the Wayne
County Railway Company shall in tho
construction and reconstruction of
the said railway track, turnouts,
curves, spurs and switches use a
style of rail known as " The Girder"
rail, of not less than eighty (80)
pounds per yard in weight, and suoh
poles only as shall bo straight, kept
covered by durable paint and placed
on the inside of the curb in such a
manner as to cause tho least posslblo '
obstruction or Injury to such curb
and sidewalk, and so as not to un-1
necessarily obstruct such portion of.
tne rront to private property as may
be needed and in uso for business or
other purposes by tho owner or ten
ant thereof, and whero a dispute
shall arise as to the placing of such
pole or poles tho Town Council of
the said borough of Honesdale, shall
decide and indicate whero such polo
or poles shall bo located. That all
trolley or other wlro or wires to bo
stretched over, strung along or sus
pended from such pole or poles over
the tracks of tho said railway and
across tho street at various places,
shall be stretched, strung and sus
pended so as to leave a clear, open
and unobstructed space between tho
said wire or wires and tho top of the
rail directly under the same of at
least eighteen (18) feet. And the
Town Council of tho borough of
Honesdale shall be entitled to the use
of said poles for lire and police pur
poses, so far as such use does not in
terfere with the use thereof by the
Wayne County Railway Company.
Section Sixth: That tho said)
Wayno County Railway Company
shall at all times and in all respects,
construct, reconstruct, repair, main
tain and operate tho said railway i
and its appurtenances with duo re
gard to tho safety of life, property j
and the convenience of the public. ;
It shall adopt procure and use tho I
most improved cars, fenders, brakes, ;
lights, gongs and other appliances.
It shall run none of its cars at a
greater speed than twelve miles an
hour within the limits of the said
uuruugu. us cuarge ior a single iaro
on the said railway between any two
points within the limits of the said
borough shall not exceed five cents.
That it will stop its cars on the sides
of all street crossings, so as not to
obstruct the same. In the event of
Are it will yield the right of way to
all fire engines, trucks, and hose car
riages, and it shall not by the run
ning and operating of its cars inter
fere with the proper and necessary
use of the said fire engines, trucks,
hose carriages, and other necessary
fire apparatus and appointments. It
shall at its own proper cost and ex
pense remove all debris resulting
from the construction, reconstruc
tion or repair of its said railway, and
shall remove nil snow and ice from
its tracks in such a manner as shall
not interfere with the public use of
the said streets and highways by the
Section Seventh: That tho said
Wayne County Railway Company
shall indemnify and hold harmless
the said borough of Honesdale in all
suits or actions at law which may
arise from the construction, recon
struction, repair or operation of its
Section 'Eighth: That except
wherein otherwise in this ordinance
provided for, the said Wayno Coun
ty Railway Company shall be sub
ject to such reasonable conditions,
regulations, stipulations, and re
strictions as the said borough by its
Council shall hereafter, and from
time to time, make and impose by
ordinance duly enacted and ordain
ed; Provided however, that 'for a
period of ten years from the date
of the acceptance of this ordinance
by said Railway Company no bor
ough tax shall bo placed upon any
of its poles, cars or other appurt
ances of tho said Company
Section 'Ninth: All persons may
drive with wagons, carriages or oth
er vehicles on tho tracks of the said
railway without becoming trespas
sers; Provided however, they do not
unnecessarily retard, or unreason
ably interfere with tho operation of
Section Tenth: That tho said
Wayne County Railway Company
shall begin tho exercise of tho fran
chises and privileges hereby granted
within .three months from the pas
sago of this ordinance, and shall have
its railway fully equipped and con
veying passengers, baggage, freight
and mails within twelve months, and
Section Eleventh: That each and
every one of the respective provis
ions of this ordinance shall be exe
cuted by and at the proper cost and
expense of the said Wayne County
Railway Company, and in the event
that the said Company shall omit,
refuse, fail or neglect to faithfully
and fully comply with and execute
the said provisions and every one of
them, then, and In that event it shall
be the duty of the Town Council of
tho borough of Honesdale, after rea-
sonable notice to the said Railway
Company of such omission, failure,
refusal or neglect, to enforce any and
all such provisions as shall have been
omitted, failed to execute, or refuse
or neglect so to do, at the proper
cost and expense of tho said Com
pany. Section Twelfth: That tho said
Wayno County Railway Company, Its
successors or assigns, shall at no
tlmo operate their railway upon the
said streets and highways by steam
power, but may do so by any other
approved method of operation, or by
electricity transmitted by tho over
head trolloy or underground system,
over, along and upon the streets and
highways above mentioned.
Section Thirteenth: That each and
overy ono of tho grants, conditions,
regulations, stipulations and restric
tions respectively contained in this
ordinance shall be alike binding and
obligatory upon tho Wayno County
Railway Company, its successors and
Section Fourteenth: That tho
Wayno County Railway Company in
the construction, reconstruction and
repair of their single track electric
railway, turnouts, curves, spurs and
switches shall complote said con
struction, reconstruction, and repair
In each block within ten days after
the commencement thereof, restoring
the said streets to perfect condition
Section Fifteenth: That the said
Wayno County Railway Company,
through Its proper officers, fully au
thorlzed to act, shall, before any
right or privilege hereby granted
shall become operative or bo enjoyed
by tho said Railway Company, "a"
Signify in writing its acceptance of
the several regulations, stipulations,
and restrictions of this ordinance
within thirty (30) days from notice,
"b" Execute rind deliver to the said
Town Council corporate bond In the
sum of ten thousand (? 10,000.00)
dollars, conditioned to save the bor
ough of Honesdale harmless from
any and all actions at law or other
wise founded upon tho removal of
tho rails and ties now in Main and
Park streets, and to cover tho pro
visions of Section Seventh of this or
dinance, "c" Execute and deliver
to tho said Town Council a corporato
bond in the sum of ten thousand
($10,000.00) dollars conditioned
that in tho event of tho paving of
any of tho streets and highways here
in mentioned, that tho said Railway
Company will faithfully comply with
the stipulations herein contained in
referenco to tho paving of the road
bed and two feet on both sides ot
the outside of any and all rails in
their said railway. In case of any
default of any ono of these condi
tions, the within ordinance shall
become of no effect, shall be utterly
null and void, anything herein con
tained to tho contrary notwithstand
ing. Section Sixteenth: That tho said
Wayne County Railway Company
shall pay all the expenses of type
writing, printing and advertising of
Section Seventeenth: That all or
dinances or parts of ordinances In
consistent with or contrary to the
provisions of, this ordinance are
The foregoing ordinance was on
the Sixth day of March, 1913, or
dained and enacted, adopted and
passed by the Town Council of the
borough of Honesdale council as
sembled, as an ordinance of tho said
borough, to go into effect and oper
ation from and after the publication
thereof according to law.
President of the Town Council of the
Borough of Honesdale.
Secretary of the Town Council of tho
Borough of Honesdale.
Honesdale, 6th March, 1913.
Approved this 20th day of March,
CHARLES A. McCARTY,
THE TOWER HOTEL is located
directly opposite the Falls. Rates
aro reasonable. 19eolly
has over $250,000 worth of
all of which is first-class. If
Buy-U-A-Home Realty Company
the following Honesdale properties :
Fourteen-room brick and stone
dwelling, located on Main street, is
one of the most aristocratic places
In Honesdale. Rooms are spacious
and spring water is in the house.
Garage on premises, beautiful lawn
and shade trees.
Ten-room two story frame dwell
ing located on Court, west side of
street between Eighth and Ninth
streets. Modern throughout. Largo
lot, place for excellent garden.
Building in iirst-class condition.
Double dwelling on East street ex
tension. Nine rooms In each apart
ment. House well and substantial
ly built. Rents for $34. Would
mako good investment. Lot 100x175
feet. Room on premises for another
Eight-room house, all improve
ments, located East street extension.
All Improvements, hard wood floors,
good dry cellar, large Torch bay
windows. Chicken house, capacity 50
birds. Lot 52x125 feet.
Eight-room residence corner of
Court and Eleventh streets. House
in first-class condition. All modern
Improvements, located on west side
of Court street.
Cash Bakery For Sale Cheap.
Place enjoys an excellent trade.
Well established lunch rooms in con
nection with business. Books open
to prospective purchaser. One of
best paying stands in Honesdale. If
sold now, a bls bargain awaits hust
ling young man.
Good Building Lot Located in
Texas No. 4, Green street, within 15
minutes' walk from Honesdalo post
ofllce. Ground practically level.
Size of lot 60x75 feet. Property
commands beautiful view of land
scape. Will bo sold cheap. Rare
Any of the above properties can
Terms made easy to all purchasers.
apply to office of
J ad win Building Both Phones
D. & H. CO. TINE TABLE
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OTICE OF ADMINISTRATION.
W. Francis Decker, D. D., or William.
Francis Decker, Jr., Deceased, i
All persons indebted to said estate
are notiiled to inako Immediate pay
ment to the undersigned; and thoso
having claims against said estate are
notified to present them, duly attest
ed, for settlement.
LAURA M. DECKER, Admln'x.
Newfoundland, Wayne county, Pa.
Or to her attorney, Furman Sheppard
Phillips, 707 Botz Bldg., Philadel
phia. SEELYVILLE PROPERTY FOR
Tho Polley house, consisting of
seven rooms, spring water in house
with one acre of land, located on
Bethany road is for sale. Chicken
house 12x48 feet and store house
10x12 feet and fruit of all kinds
is on the premises. Price, $1,300.
See Buy-U-A-Home Realty Co., Jad
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Estate of FANNIE BROWN, Late
of Brooklyn, Deceased.
The undersigned, auditors, ap
pointed to report distribution of said
estate, will attend to the duties of
their appointment on
THURSDAY, APR. 17, at 10 a. m.
at the office of Searle & Salmon in
the borough of Honesdale, at which
time and place all claims against
said estate must be presented, or re
course to tho fund for distribution
will bo lost.
SEARLE & SALMON,
Honesdale, March 24, 1913.
Have -riie Citizen sent -to you.
Wayne county property listed,
you are interested inquire about
Two Good Lots Located on Fair
avenue, 15 minutes' walk from
Honesdale. Will be sold together or
separately. On R. D. route. Fer
tile ground. Lots have a frontage
of about GOO feet and run from Dy
berry river. Ideal place for party
who desires small farm near town.
Modern House in nonesdnle
Brick, contains steam heating plant,
gas and other modern appointments.
Lot 50x125 feet. Good garden,
barn, and chicken house on prem
ises. Property in first-class condi
tion. Was recently improved. One
of Honesdale's best properties.
Building Lot In nonesdalo Locat
ed on Court street in one of prettiest
residential sections of Honesdale.
Size 63x125 feet. Story and a half
house on property. Property in
Honesdale Two building lots and
house on Sixteenth street. Size of
property 100 x 100 feet. Situated
in finest residential section of town.
Modern dwelling in Honesdale
contains nine rooms and is equipped
with all appointments of an up-to-date
house. Located on Main street
in one of the nicest sections of the
residential sections. 'House has
g-.s. New furnace recently installed.
Lot 50x125 feet. Property in good
condition. A bargain for a home
Honosdalo Ten-room house on,
Main street. Lot 50x200 feet. One
of nicest locations .for residence.
Will be sold cheap.
Three-story brick building on
West side of Main street between
Sixth and Seventh streets. Building
is rented. Lot 23x60 feet. Proper
ty in good shape. Will make 10
be purchased at reasonable prices.
For prices and further description
e Realty Co.