Clipped From Pittston Gazette
DURYEA. Mr. and Mrs. II. Penh:le and son, Humphry, of Scranton, were recent visitors at tho Courtriifht home. The Mizpnh T.ible class attended services at the Presbyterian church on SnrAlay evening:. Krank Hannon, of Avoca, : spent Sunday with relatives here. lr. T - 'dwsird J. Flannngan has pnr - i chased the Dills homestead, on Mahv street. Mrs. Dills and daughter. Miss j:ary i mis, expect to leave aoout Jan. ; 1st. for Bloominpdale, Mich., where j they will make their future home. Thomas Martin, of Marcy avenus, is in Pike county, where he recently purchased a larse tract of limber land. The serious illness of William Power.' is reported. Mr. Bowen is on u trip through the southwest, where he went some time ago. .with the' hope of improving his health. Xed Owens, of YorK avenue, had his leg broken and suffered other in luries Monday while at work at the HalMead mines. Joseph Freeman was a business caller P.t the county seat yesterday. Michael Dolan, a much respected and venerable resident of Duryea, died this morning of general debility at the home of his son, William. Mr. Dolan was born in Ireland. Coining to America in young manhood, he lived in Cer.tralla five yeafs, In Plains ten years, and in Duryea the past 25 years. His wife died 18 years ago. The surviving pons and daughters nre: Mrs. William Patterson, of Lewis town, .v. Y.; Mrs. Guy Hollsopple ana Miss Aniva Dolan, of Washinpton, D. C: John Dolan, of Avoca, and William Dolan, of Duryea. Thirteen grand children also survive.