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VOL. XXV_ NO. 42. WAYNE, PA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1910 4 CENTS A COPY
HERE AND HEREABOUTS The New York W orld prom- | Wayne Public mney Association
— ised to give three pri
Most everybody can write it
“agi” by this time.
e local building and loan as-
sovintions are booming.
A numbe! ases of the grip
are reported about the township.
‘There are a number of slippery
sidewalks in town that need at:
Merion & Raduor Gas and
Electric Compan, open
office in the "Baan
Bryn Mav on Pebr uary
evangelist, ‘ot De
a series of reviva
‘The Western New Yorkers res
ident in Wayne say the wea ather
here is a ation of the
wint they used to have in t
section when they were
Hockey is a favor rite pastime | §
on Fennimore’s dam the
skating season opened. Ttis many
years since skating has been 80
much enjoyed in W:
The Devon _ Presbyterian
Church has presented the Union
ool, conducted at Bac:
t one jbundredt chairs
for use in the
‘The ary vein of the
Wayne we was held inthe
Methodist hrc, vod was address-
by Madam ‘Layah
Ser theme was gervice an
ration’. a very ingpiring
mary election will
be held on fae
real estate assessor, two assist:
ant real estate assessors,
tor and election oficers will’ be
Mail Porter Purcell, while out
a few nights ago, came
which obstinately refused to get
ceived a number of contusions
and Tacerations and bad bis feel
ings severely hurt, but sustained
to vital injuries and is stil
wm ™, A Hand, formerly of
ctor of St. Ann's 8
ae Philadelphia, and we
eek the 25th anniver-
sary of their ordination to the
The firm of Knoblauch & Co.,| ¢
bankers and brokers, at 119
South Fourth street, Philadel-
phia, has been diss solved by mu
tual’ c the business
will be, eutinied by James B.
Borden and Ernst A. Knoblauch,
Mr. Borden has been
a resident of Wayne for the past
There has been no further de-
search for the
yelopment in the
their aipreension. The $1000 re
r their capture of-| ma
red by the | Cou any Contntsion
era is still a8 not
had the effect. of ‘winging the
guilty men to justice.
. C, Ballinger & Co. and | Jacob
of ly, soprano; Mrs. je Baker
t 000. Lino, contralto; M Saward B.
Plans by Duhring, Okie & Zieg- tanley, tenor; Dr. @. auest
ler, architects. The same arehi- Anthony, bass;
tects have plans for a two-and-a samuel’ a
alf story residence, to be built
in Colonial style at Devon at a
m H. Berry, former r State
Democratic or ‘Gover.
nor at the Jackeon Say banquet
given by Delaware county Demo
erats at Boot oth Saturday
night. The resolution naming
Mr. Berry as the choice of Dela:
Frank z “Rhodes. oo
Stedia, and was adopted by
rising vote, which w: we
y ths te followed awarded to Le
by three ebeers. Mr. Berr,
responded to the toast
iff Revision.” Eugene C
n “The Democracy
of Pens vania ” and 5 8. Edwin
Megargee, of Wayn' “The
Duty of Borapernea! ” "Mr. Megar-
gee consented to speak in place
of Garrett E, Sinediey, who wat
prevented by illness from attend:
ing. ant 200 persons were
. | Edwards; Junior
Jer of last Thursday
cet jitious of the w
1? First mouey was awarded
to a vewark,
less is bie heart
Ho baile his friewi to come and share
Nor recks he of day that draweth
When for the price of one cold glass of
He'll hunt in vain!”
The heavy show has put a
rtus on soccer for the time
Upland Republicans met i
ucus in. the perough hall ‘Mow
day evening, and bexides naming
candidates for 1 uni “a ipitiees
‘0 be voted for he
election ote be
Sproul Tor the Gubernatorial
1 he following ar
re the new office
. B Society:
Corresponding Secretary, Da
ek Win, Grangere;
Wack, PF. Faughoe, soli Blows
he following o} in
salt by Cam| nb 5, Sone o Veier
evening, by C. P. Badin, “Install,
ing Officer: Commande
Bradley; Senior Vieo Com., C.D.
Romsey; Patriotic Instructor, J. C.
Hughes; Chaplain, P. R. Nichol
See P. ‘Bakiwin; ‘Trea
rer Ne “Lewis; Guide, W. B.
Sharp; Inner Guard, George Ane,
r Guard, Thornes &. Halto
vat the last re
the following officers
were lected for 1 President,
E ent, Tho 08.
Jas. Cavan corre.
sponding secretary, P. J
nd danee, on saved
ing, Janoary 19, to
bers of all ‘the Mai
abatinence a ie
nL ine total
Notices fae invited.
meeting of the
ficers of the Phoeniaville, Valley
Nona ae Phoenixville,
change being mad the
. The President, Thomas E.
OConnell, vi ‘hester,
ates that the surveying ot the
tne has been held up by th ep
snow, but will be re Bane as
soon as Possible, Rights of may
are bei ‘ing seu veral
ert ners voluntatily ‘offer ng
ther em “tree of charge. The outlook,
it is said, is good fo
tion work to start in the early
“The Coming of the no
Owing to the inclement we
f “The Coming of the King?
by the choir o Mary’s M
most notable works, a
ands of such b capable
2 most enjoyable. The
hhe| soloists will be Miss Abbie Kee.
quette tiasa. Edward 1. Hunt
organist and choirmaster.
National Prizes Awarded.
In the National ‘Temperance
exsay content, which offered by
the nal Seientitie Temper:
ance vost tion for hools and
3] Balance on hand, Oct.
. D. Ly
Vice Com., David] Re
;\ment, had t:
stockholders and election of of-|!
The regular monthly meeting
of the Wayne Public Bufet
io ell on Tuesday
sing in the hall of the Tad
hor Fire Company. An uuvually
ose who aiwered
large and interested at
call of the roll were as
Messrs, Ball, sls
Margerum, Briggs, Chapin,
Smedley, Hearne, Atwan
The minutes on ve ast meet:
ing were rea
shi were re
ceived an 8B were
elected, Rey Walhey
tnd Mrs. Thomas Eng nd.
‘te also presented his quarter-
ly rej which was as shown
nee of cash on hand was
Headquarters for Sausage and
johnson’s and Flower’s. )
All kinds of fresh and salt meats, such as Beef, Lamb
CALVE’S LIVER, SWEET BREADS AND SQUABS
All kinds of fancy poultry--Stewing and Roasting
Chickens, Turkeys, Ducks and Geese.
All kinds of fresh vegetables that can be had at this
time of year.
FANCY FLORIDA ORANGES AND GRAPE FRUIT
- All kinds of fancy and staple groceries.
IRA V. HALE
Corner Aberdeen and Lancaster Avenues, Wayne, Pa
1811, 1813, 1815, 1817 and 1819 Market Street
Packing and Moving our Specialty
We Insure Safety---No Worry for You
THE FINEST IN THE WORLD
Plumbing and Heating
Renduor Fire G
envio @ balinee on hand of $1348.89
A number of new bills were
presented for approval and. or-
A. | de
red to take the usual course.
A letter, from a member of the
Association was read, in which
complaint was made of the dan
age done to his y se
of the snow-plow
of following the ine of the pave:
®, which Fesulted
up the surface
r was re-
ferred ° ‘the Committee on Pub-
ion was also called to
- te tact | th at nea contractors
a path at St.
fending. from Tancaster
and, in the *ceoeninig
ather following it had become
an “unsightly and’ objectionabl
obstruction, Chai in
plying to tits "complaint,
hat it was
tirely betw h
and the member of the Board
Comsnstonrs for that distri
7 matter resting e1
Green and Fancy Groceries,
MEATS AND PROVISIONS.
While values have considerably advanced on many goods in
our Jine, we have not increased our prices, owing to having laid
in a large stock early and paying spot cash for same, thus securing
nany bargains. k over this list and send us your orders for
all Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Paris Corn, tare, package, 4e
pill rdoz., 1
Tame our Pickles, per doz., Toe
Golden Russet Cider, gallon, $9¢
Pare Appl + bottle, 10¢
leason’s Grape Juice, bottle, 20c
elsh’s Grape Juice, bottle
Gena table Peaches, can, 18s doz. 1 80 Whole Cod Fish, er Ib.» 10¢
Spiced Peaches, can, 13¢; doz., 1.60 2-Ib, Brick Codfish, each, 200
‘ood Butter per I 38c 1-ib. pkg. Codfish, no bones, 15¢
Quaker Patfet Rice, package, 1 es per done, 206
Pretzels large package, 2 for 25e Cottolene, 41b, ean, B5e
Wilbur's Cocoa, 4-Ib. can, 20e b. can, $1.35
loe 35c, 3 Ibs. $1.00 Clothes Line, Jea yard
MEAT-—Special (Friday and Saturday only) Rib Roast, 18¢;
forget fo order a pound of that good Coffee,
20 to 35 cents a pound
A fine display of latest designs in Plumbing and
Heating Fixtures may be seen in our show rooms.
Standard Sanitary Bath-room Cleanser for sale.
Jobbing Promptly Attended Phone 165
Wayne Electric Light and Steam Heat Co.
A J, MARTIN, Superintendent. WAYNE. PA.
MRS. LIENHARDT & SON
BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY _
Ice Creams, Frozen Puddings, Sherberts
PLAIN AND FANCY CAKES
Agency for Whitman’s and Laurent’s Chocolates and
* Also an assortment of Lowney’s Chocolates
"Phone 275 L. Wayne, Pa.
Phone Wayne 14 WAYNE, PA. |)
aske Committee on
Ibe’ Safety te confer “ith Me,
Treat in regard to having the
matter pr ory attended to,
(Continued on Fourth Page)
R. A. QUIGLEY
219 Plant Avenue WAYNE
Automobile, Carriage and Wagon Painting a Specialty
First Class Work
Horseshoeing, Blacksmithing and General Jobbing
STORAGE FOR ALL VEHICLES
T. T. WORRALL & SONS
Bargains of All Descriptions. We are now
preparing for stock-taking time.
Extra Quality of Curtis Bro. Pickled Peach 80c, spec. 5c.
Extra Quality of Curtis Bro. Pickled Peaches ree, 508, pee. 30c.
Extra 8 Quality of Curtis Bro. , Quinces’ and Gage Plume,
Assorted Frait Jame, Xe 35a epee 170.
Plum Pudding, 45c, spec. 39¢; 1 Ib, reg. 25c, spec. 19.
Notice is hereby given that the
Republican Primary Election of the
Township of Radnor will be held in
the usual polling places of the re-
spective pry -incts on
Saturday, January 22, 1910.
between the hours of 5 and 8 p. m
8 at which candidates for the follow-
ing offices will be nominated:
Two School Directors,
Real Estate Assessor,
colleges of nited States,
Miss Tatlan, Tuukens, of the R
nor High School received spe
jention as having secured see
ond place in te igh 8 School con-
y dollars in. gold, was
slie B. Groves, of
ool vas the
ssful contestant for the
grade prize, being awarded thirty
dollars in gold, The essay is
printed elsewhe: this issu
The National prize “for colle
consists of $100 in gold, whieh is
also given by the National Sci-
entifle Temperance Instruction,
ers’ cream buckwheat flour
conten 0c package,
T. T, Worrall & Sons
Two Assistant Real Estate Asses-
Five Registry Assessors.
Five Judges of Election.
Five Inspectors of Election.
All persons desiring to register as | —
candidates must pay their assess-
ment to F. A. Canizares, Treasurer,
on or before noon on Wednesday,
| January 19, 1910.
Ws. S, Evuis
Turopore J, GRAYSON
J. Norman Batt
Camppete M. Carr
Tromas Hopson, JR.
REAL ESTATE ANNOUNCEMENT CARD
and INSURANCE H. C. HUNTER
announces x at he has
Office at No. 7 Maguire Thaling
Wayne, Pa, for the transaction of a
GENERAL REAL ESTATE BUSINESS
Houses and Properties Rented
PROPERTIES FOR SALE
. . and §
Con give lowest fire insurance rates 4 olds lected and Mortgages
in strongest companies, Negiate
CHAS. M. DAVIS —
Canned Fruits’-Cherries blacker ies, Raspberries and
Strawberries, ies, reg. 28c, g
Baked Beans, aval and nd pints ite and without tomato sauce,
pec. ts, i re 150, Pe.
sie Meee *ota Vingini pee. Ble.
Blackwell's Mixed Piles ine Be g 1S s
Stephens’ Pickles, reg. 3, 8 Be, epee. 158
Salad Dressing 8 po es me rg 250, spec. 19.
Jellies, reg. 2 lass, ae Me
Cenned “Gistel) fos pple,
‘ood Bargains of Micelle sere
Fruits and Vegetables
Oranges Tangerines, Apples, Grapes,
and Grape F;
Brussel ‘Sprouts, Spinach, Onion:
Carrots, Oyster Plant, Sqr nash, ation,
Turnips, Green Peppers and Mushroo
8, Sweet Potatoes,
Suecesor to Wm. R, Nichols
Peerless Touring Car, 40-horse
power, by day, hour or week,
Phone 145 W Wayne Garage
Chocolates and Bon-Bons
Whitman’ ‘8 Chocolate Creams, 40¢ tb.
“ on ra Mint Putts
Peeled peaches, extra fine,
A young woman desires ace 25e
ns T. T. Worrall &' Sons
wn mibermnaid seneral | per Ib.
e Test, referen
uly ‘320 Lowell avenue, Wa
The wayne Title & Trust company:
ayne, Pu., Jan, 5, 1910,
For Sale—Cheap. The vo wd of “Directors has
A second ‘wand be Piae ton, this day declared a semi-annual
with curtains and dividend ot two and one-half ver |
lamps. Call at 108 Gnektont tan, cent. payable January 15, t
Wayne, P 422 stockot of record "saninty
12. Check tt bem
Italian macaroni, (imported) 1c
per package, ‘T. T, Worrall & Sons
Oriole Mint Pill
Tropical Brand a Cried Ginger, 12 & 250
Homby's Tal seseeveensd and 106 package
Worrall's Assorted Chosoiatos.
Worrall’s Best Flour
Worrall's Banquet. Blend Coffee
PHONE, 10 and 410.