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"WK itAVK a lhree assortment of ladder's
on hand for apple picking. (1. Watts. 1T7 t:i
FOR BALE Oil Mil llENT.-Iiwelllmr
house, corner of Court and Kichth streets. In
quire Of II, Z. IlllSSUll.
WANTED. Men and women, ns Smooth-era-,
lit the Wayne Cut (lluss factory.
WE AUK NOW taklnt: In winter apples and
cider .upplcs-hlchest cash price paid for
same. 0. A. Cort right.
WANTED.-Hucccss Magazine requires the
services of a man In lloncsdale to took after
expiring subseilptions and to secure, new
business by means of special methods un
usually effective: position permanent: prefer
one with c.MiM-lence but would consider any
applicant with Rood natural miaiiiHiuitiiis
J1.&0 per day, with commission option.
r.,iri. .a it. (' Peacock..
Koom IifiSuecess Magazine bids, New York
WAYNE FA11M AUENCY.-If you have
any farm property or realty of any kind, you
can register with us free of eost.niid property
will be advertised through the United Slates.
Senator circular. , ,
WAYNK'AHM AOKNCV. Honesdaje.(l'a.
' FOll.SAI.E.r-lIouse. 1019 Court
Behtley. Honesdale, l'u.
St. C. T
Stuart approved a charter Oct.
the Citizen Publishing Co., of
Honesdale. Capital, $15,000.
Lieut. Colonel Kdward A. Irvin, said
to be the last surviving olllcer of the 42d
Penn'a Volunteers, the celebrated "Buck
tail" reginu'iit, died suddenly at Atlantic
City, N. J., Oct. 13th.
News was received here by friends,
on Monday, of the death of Mrs. Har
rison Bugley, of Carbondale. She was
a most estimable lady. She is survived
by one son, Oscar, and a daughter, Mrs.
Arthur Dunn, son of the Main street
butcher, John 1'. Dunn, who was shot in
the right eye by a ball from an air rille
in the hands of a playmate, while they
were engaged in a Wild West game
some days since, will suffer no perma
nent injury from the mishap, the sight
not having been affected.
Benjamin Brandanlore, a Scranton
market man, formerly of this place, is
suing the Rocky tJlen Water Company
for injuries received by his son, at the
nark. The boy was pierced by a sliver
while on a shoot-the-chute and the
plaintiff wants the owners of the park to
stand the doctors s expenses.,
The township high schools of the
State will bo given IX) per cent, of the
maximums allowed in each of the three
classes out of the State appropriation of
$137,500 for that purpose. This is the
decision reached by State Superintendent
'6f Public Instruction Schaeffer. The
.rate of payment on the borough Jiigh
-Tjchoofs, which are separated for' the first
time this year, has not been fixed. The
total is the same as for township high
This, says a pessimist, is the season
of the year when every trusting and
obedient man of a family is expected to
hump himself like a thousand legged
worm, carrying house plants into the
cellar where the' tender diocantaneau
psyttachinelieniapsoddim and the choice
bianthus gerieian psottolieuses glasticus
will not get their feet frozen. If any
thing will give a man paralysis of the
hind leg it is the care of a lot of sick
jimson weed and bilious dog-fennel
handicapped by Latin names a yard
If young married couples will paste
this list on the inside of the top drawer
of their dressing bureaus they need
never be at loss as to the significance of
the recurring anniversaries of their wed
First, cotton ; second, paper ; third,
leather ; tilth, wooden ; seventh, wool
en ; tenth, tin ; twelfth, silk and linen
fifteenth, crystal ; twentieth, china
twenty-fifth, silver ; thirtieth, pearl
fortieth, ruby : hftieth, golden : seven'
ty-fifth, diamond ; hundredth well, by
that time they will be where there is
neither marrying nor giving in marrl
Astronomers throughout the world
are greatly interested in the expected
reappearance of the famous Halley
comet and are speculating as to when it
will flash across the heavens. Just at
present tliis brilliant star is rushing from
somewhere in illimitable space toward
the sun at a velocity of several million
miles an hour. Special interest attaches
to its advent because it last appeared in
1835, before the present astronomical in
Btruments were in use. Much depend
upon a view of it through modern tele
scopes. Another viewpoint is that the
comet or star is supposed by many to
bo the same star of Bethlehem which
guided the wise men to the stable in
which Christ was born.
Samuel W. Hofford, of Weatherly
Carbon county, Republican candidate
for State Senator for this district, has
published an appeal to the voters in
which he announces himself to be in
favor of the support of the schools by
the state, and the abolition of the school
tax as recommended by Governor
Stewart. Mr. Hofford adopts this as
the prime feature of his platform.
State association has been formed with
the view of putting the Governor's idea
into execution and at the next meeting
of the legislature it will be taken up for
action. It is claimed that by this Bys
tern the efficiency of the schools will be
increased and at the. same time the taxes
will be lowered. But for the fact of the
State taking an interest in the schools
teachers would continue to be under'
paid and their efficiency impaired.
An effort is being made to have the
new- parsonage of St. Jolni's. Lutheran
church ready for occupancy.-.on or nbout
There will.be a rally of the Texas
No. 2 Republican Club, at their club
rooms, in the Charles Meyers building,
at Kast HonesdnU','to-iiight( Friday. All
Republicans ar6 invited to attend.-
Letters uncalled for n(' the Hones
dalo post olllce : - '
Miss Grace Hercer, Miss Grace Drake,
ohn Gallagher, Miss, .Blanche Miller,
Win. Meyers, W. H. "Williams. Mrs. C.
u. vnnmuB, iir. aim jurs. ,j. warren.
The stockholders of Tin: Ci'nzufc,
miusiiixo Co. met at the olllce of' A.
. Searlc, yesterday, Oct. loth, and or
ganized by the election of "Hon. K. II.
HimleiibcTgli, I'icsidoiit, and W. W.
Wood, Secretary and Milliliter.
The Choral Union will meet on Tues
day e veiling., next-forullie. election of of
ficers. Mr. Reese, Roejsi',f)l .Scranton,
will bo present, atui .all interested art'!
cordially invited to attend. Tin- monthly
ues for those vlu decide to jojn the or
ganization will bc." cetfts..
The supper "giveif; hv the Ladies''
Circle of the G. A. 1!., on Tuesday even-
ng, was in all respects one of the finest
and most satisfactory entertainments
ver given in our borough. The net pro
ceeds were $.'17, which is to he applied
on tht1 ftilid to provide for the care of
the soldiers' plot in Glen Dvberrv.
The Schoonover Cemetery Associn-
ion lias elected the fbll'wiug ollieers :
'resident, Dr.AVarron Schoonover, of
New York ; Vice President, 1). W.
Schoonover, of Scranton ; Secretary,
W. K. Perhatn, of Niagara : Treasurer.
John W. Ridd, of Dyberry ; Director,
Daniel Kimble, of Dyberry. The object
of the association is lo provide for the
perpetual care of the Schoonover ceme
tery, the burial, ploftjif. the .pioneers of
the family on what fcxsjw many years
known as the homestead farm, now the
property of Mrs. Roe, just above town.
For the purpose named, the society al
ready lias a goodly sum in the Savings
bank. ? . ,
The seven lay brotherhoods of the
churches of the lnjted States at their
annual meeting on'.fahuary 31, 1908,
decided to issue -a letter for the obser
vance of a special week of prayer be
ginning the Sunday following the hist
Thursday in November. The letter was
issued from Hanfiijburg by Bishop Dar
lington, and was construed by some
papers as having been addressed to
Episcopalians alone. This was an error.
It was intended fot.aH the .ilenoin'ma-
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woresemcu uy me .nt'ven lay
brothers, which include the Methodist,
Episcopal; Baptist, ltyesbyterian, Luth
eran, United liretliren and Evangelical
Mrs. Charles li. Bassett is spendiug
a lew days with lykuives in J'eckvilli
and Wilkes-Barre. 2
George S. iJpettigue, of Wilkes-
Barre, was a business caller in Hones
dale, on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mrs. Charles E. Baker, of Waymart,
spent the first of flic week with her sis
ter, Mrs. I. II. Ball, of Iiidge street.
Frank S. Srepbenson, of Waymart,
is one of the grand jurors drawn to serve
in the U. S. District Court, which meets
in Scranton on Monday.
The coming' hiai-riage of Ralph E.
Shuman; son of N. B. Shuinan, of this
place, to Miss Eda A. Lind, both of
Galesburg, 111., is announced.
Clarence Ai Knapp, of Jersey City,
and Miss Addie Pethick will be married
to-morrow, Oct. lth, at the home of
the bride's parents, 'East Honesdale.
Wm. Hill, of Suinnierville, Mass
has been spending a few days in White
Mills and Honesdale, with his friends.
Ho was at one. time employed at Dor-
flinger's Glass Works, White Mills, and
now holds a very responsible position
with the Union Glass Co., of Boston,
Father Shanley has returned fron
Europe and resumeil his duties as pas
tor of the Catholic church at Sayre, Pa
Rev. James .Golden-, who was tempo'
rarily in charge 'of the church during
Father Shanley's .absence, has bee:
transferred by Bishop Hoban to Nanti-
Floyd C. Rosencrans, who has been
very ill at the Emergency Hospital, Car
bondale, with typhoid fever, for the past
ten weeks, is now gaining rapidly and
able to situpforashorttinie. Hisphysi
cian thinks he will be able to return home
in a week or ten davs. He has many
friends who will be pleased to see hin
The Philadelphia Prei-s has this to
say of a Wayne countean's visit to its
"Among the manv hundreds who re
gistered recently was H. A. Lanciihter,
of South Sterling, Pa., one of the oldest
iiost-masters in the United States. Mr.
Lancaster is eighty-four years old and first
visited this city in 1820 when ho traveled
lrom Ins Home uy stage. Mr. Jiucaste
received the appointment of assistant
post-master in Buchanan's administra
tion, later became postmaster and since
thattimewith theexception of two years
he haB held Hie same position. So long
has Mr. Lancaster been a subscriber to
The Press that he can no longer remem
ber when the paper first came to his
home. Ever a staunch Republican, Mr.
Lancaster declared his intention of vot
ing for Taft, and said that Bryan was
unstable and vacillating. Mr. Lancaster
was accompanied by his grandson,
Oscar, and ooth were enthusiastic in
their praise of the "City Beautiful,"
John Gaffery, of Scranton, and Mrs.
Martha Solomon, of Jeriuyn, were mar
ried by Justice of the Peace Robert A.
Smith on Monday afternoon, Oct. 12th.
Miss Petersen, of Ilouesdale, was a
guest recently of "The New Yorkers," a
thriving organization holding monthly
evening receplions at Hotel Astor, and
having for its motto, "Harmony and
The marriage of Miss Elizabeth M.
Chambers and Edward A. Lindsay took
place at the residence of the bride's
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar T.
Chambers, on Fourteenth street, at one
o'clock P. m., yesterday, Oct. 15, 1008,
Rev. Dr. Win. II. Swift, of the iloues
dale Presbyterian church, officiating.
The house was prettily decorated for the
occasion with cut tlowers, palms, and
lerns. After the ceremonv and congratu-
sitions, the guests, about twenty-five in
number, comprising the immediate rela
tives and most intimate friends, partook
f a dainty luncheon. The bride, who
s one of the' most popular members of
the younger set, was gowned in a brown
tailor-made suit, with a hat of the same
color. The groom is a son of Cashier
C. Lindsay, of the Honesdale National
Hank, and holds a responsible position
in the office of T. B. Clark & Co. There
was a most generous display of wedding
gifts, comprising checks, cut glass, china,
silver, pictures, and table linen, enough
to brighten the home and make glad the
learts of the happy young couple, and
prove the esteem m which they are held
n our borough. Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay
ft on the afternoon train for a brief
wedding trip. On their return they will
go to Housekeeping on west J'-ieventn
street. TilK Citizkn extends congratu
Oct. Hth. Minor Brown received a
carload of potatoes containing 700 bush
ids, and he is selling them lor till cents
Mrs. Andrews, of Middlctown, who
las been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Wood, returned to her home this week
Marv hmitli, who has been working
in Honesdale for some time, has return
ed to her Home.
Florence- Weber is visiting her friends
Lee liramau, candidate for Sheriff,
was a caller in town on .Monday.
Don't..be a chronic kicker anv longer,
but loin the lteiHiblican (Jlub with the
rest of vour old friends, and if you don't
like to be called a public beggar, vote
lor Win. 11. lait lor President.
Emmet Hurley, of this place, who has
been a patient at Dr. Jsurns's Hospital
in bcranton lor six weeks, sat up on
fuesday for the first tiine, and is getting
along very nicely now. lie expects to
be back with us again in a lew weeks.
Win. Edwards, of Rowlands, has pur
iiised the business formerly owned by
-Mrs. . Weber and Mrs. Uarrett gave
a private dance at the l'lorence Theatre
Wednesday evening, Oct. th, in honor
of their guests, Emma waiters, Mar-
'aret Bilbow, Henrietta Fieler, of Scran
ton, and Emma Syniinons, of Clark's
Summit. All enjoyed the evening in
dancing and singing until midnight
w hen they sat down to a line lunch, pre
pared bv their hosts.
Misses Fieler and Waltershave return
ed to their home in Scranton after
two weeks, visit with Mrs. Weber.
Miss Anna Syniinons has returned to
her home alter a week s visit with Airs
Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Werner and Mr,
and Mrs. Wm. Weber spent Sunday at
John Lovelass and Charles Brown are
busv cleaning out the wells around
town. It is a good time while the water
is low to find out the condition it is in
also to ward off any disease that might
be in the bottom ol your well.
W. J. Boyer, Jr., Boiler Inspector
was in town W ednesday, and pronounc
ed the boilers to be in good condition
Mrs. H. M. Stocker and family are
leaving here for Richmond, Cal., after
a very pleasant visit with Mrs. Lilje
quist. Mr. Stocker is a contractor and
The Redemptorist Mission is open and
a great attendance is at every session
Charles Northwood, J. Brock and a
number of others are having pianos put
m their homes.
OcTOiinn 12th. Miss Amanda Curtis
Patey preached a very acceptable sermon
on bunilav; subject, -impulsive l'eter.
Her husband, Rev. Jones Patey, has a
pastorate near Jiulialo, IN. 1.
The Temperance Alliance met at Al
denville last evening.
The Ladies Aid of Clinton Centre will
meet at the parsonage Tuesday, the 13lh
for dinner and supper, and cake will be
served m the evening. Primary object
lo sew carpet rags.
'Amanda Norton waB unfortunate
enough to dislocate her left wrist Fri
day, and as a consequence she has it
nicelv done up in a plaster cast.
On October 7th a party of relatives
and near friends gathered at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Hamlin Bullock, to wit
ness the marriage of their daughter
Allio to allace Uramer, ot Uarbondale
formerly ol this place. The ceremony
was pertormed by Kev. W . h,. Davis, o
Wayniarl. ihe couple left the same
day" for a short trip through New York
Tlieron Sears, of South Clinton, who
has been sullenng lrom a severe case
diphtheria, is reported on the gain.
If one wishes to view a tract of coun
try over which burnt desolation pre
sides, they want to take a trip over the
Moosic on the UUio road and around uy
the Griswold Gap road, to see it. There
were men who spent over seventy hours
continuous work to protect the home
and property of their neighbors who re
Bide on the mountain.
The greater number of farmers hav
their potatoes dug and their apples pick
ed. There was u poor crop of fruit ex
cept in sheltered locations, where tho
apples were very fine. Now comosplow
ing, and husking of corn, and pulling of
turnips, and election.
New Portieres, Rugs, Curtains and
Carpets at Menneu & Co.'h. S-'eitl
Thomas Cunningham died suddenly
at his home on River street, Monday,
Oct. 12, 1908. Deceased was 80 years of
age and was born in Ireland. He came
to this country at an early age and has
lived in Honesdole and vicinity for a
number of years. He is survived by the
following children : Thomas, Mrs. Ells
worth Cooney, Mrs. James Mullen, Mrs.-
William Stahl and Migs Winnie, of
Honesdale j Mrs. William Birmingham,
of Carbondale. The funeral was held
esterday morning ; interment in St.
.John's (R. C.) cemetery.
OCT. 12th. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank- Knh.
iiiBon are entertaining a little daughter,
who was oornto them on uct. nth. The
little miss weitrhod eleven nounds. nnd
both mother and babe are (1011117 well
Misses Cora and EUle Kerr have pour
to Scranton, where they both have em
Gordon Voeste and Harvey Martin are
both home from Mt. Pocono, where they
were employed at the summer boarding
John Hazelton and his dog Rover, with
the help of the boys of the neighborhood,
have caught five raccoons this fall. With
a big crop of beech nuts to feast unon.
the animals arc fat and sleek.
Springs, wells and streams in thin In.
cality are still short of water, but the
late rains have dampened the soil and
W ork on the State road in Dreher is
irogressing rapidly, and the workmen
lave been very fortunate in hnvincr such
tine weather and the best of water for all
purposes, near their boarding house and
ounuiuates for election of both parties
weru MHiiors on tne .fiats during the
past week, and left some fnirlv n-nnil
cigars for the smokers, with a pleasant
"How-de-do" for all the voters. The
writer Had the satisfaction of smoking a
goou cigar Bent uy the i'rothonotary
Revs. Sharp and Rosenherirer. nf
fllaplewood, Pa., have been holding 1
series of revival meetings in the Evan
Albert Marsch, a son of John Marsch.
of Greene, Pike Co., Pa., died in Lan
caster (Jity. Pa., on Oct. 5th. Mrs.
Charles Seig, a sister of the deceased,
went to Lancaster on Saturdav. but at
this date we have no particulars as to
cause of death or arrangement for in
Mrs. Lizzie Saunders, wife of Josenl
Saunders, residents of Greene township,
Pike Co., died at the residence of her
brother, Fletcher Hazelton, Oct. 5th,
aged 31 years. Funeral services were
held in the Hemlock Grove church, on
Thursday, in charge of Rev. A. H.
1' awke, and interment in South Sterling
cemeterv. Mrn. Knimriora wno o ln,
ter of Phineas and Mary Hazelton, de-
ceaseu, ana was born in Urelier town
ship. She is survived by two sisters,
live brothers, her husband and two
Edgar Cross has purchased of the Ohio
Electrical works, at Cleveland, a one
fourth horse power gasoline engine. He
in use it ior experimental w orK.
Dr. A. J. Simons has the boss natch
of corn in this locality, both in grain and
Mrs. C. W. House and daughter Marv.
are visiting relatives in Scranton.
At The Lyric.
To-night's the night, Friday. At last
we are to see the much talked of Euro
pean and Now York success "The
Devil," (Der Teufel). There is hardlj
any doubt that the Lyric Theatre will
be crowded to its utmost capacity, judg
ing from the enormous advance sale ol
seats. By special arrangement with
Henry W. Savage, Mr. Alfred E. Aarons
is enabled to present to the theatregoer
the version that created such a furore al
the Garden Theatre, New York. It is
without a precedent that one play can
be presented simultaneously at two New
York theatres, but "The Devil" has
succeeded in accomplishing this stupen
dous feat, and to capacity houses at
"The Time, The Place andTuE Girl."
With the prestige of having enjoyed
the longest run ever scored by any
theatrical offering in Chicago, in addi
tion to Broadway and Boston runs, "The
Time, The Place and Tho Girl," comes
to the Lyric for the second time on
Tuesday, Oct. 20, 1908. The plot is to
tho effect t'lat "Happy" Johnny Hicks,
a square young gambler, has been spend
ing a night in Boston with his pals,
Laurie Farnhaniand Tom Cunningham,
two rich men's sons. In a fight with
some card sharps, Cunningham hits a
man with a wine bottle, and fearing the
consequences, tho trio make their escape
before the police arrive. Hoping to find
a hiding place and also to take a need
ed rest, they find their way to a sanitar
ium in the Virginia mountains. Cun
ningham meets his sweetheart there, and
Hicks falls in love with thepretty nurse,
Molly Kelly, who proves to be the sister
of the man injured by Cunningham in
the eBcapade in Boston. This interest
ing situation is enhanced by the fact
that the sanitarium is placed under quar
antine, and as the servants are all ab
sent, the guests have to serve them
selves. In the course of the play Hicks
shoulders Cunningham's guilt, and thus
puts himself "in wrong," as ho ex
presses it, with the nurse. ArthurDunu,
who won distinction by his character
work in "Tho Sultan of Sulu," heads
the cast. Others appearing are : May
Bouton, Josephine Park, Violet McMil
lan, Win. Herman West.
A man advertised recently to forward.
011 receipt of postage stamps, "sound
practical advice, that would be appli
cable at any time and to all persona and
conditioiiB of life."
On receipt of the stamps, he sent his
numerous victims the following :
"Never give a boy a penny to hold
your shadow while you climb a tree to
look into the middle 01 next week,"
Oct. 12th. Sadie Ammcrman. of
Sayre, is visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. Peter Daniels.
Mrs. Ball nnd son. after a Bojourn of
several days with Lakeville and Us wick
friends, returned to their home in Scran
ton Wednesday evening.
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uiirun-t, iiu, run jtiuiiuiu uiiu
daughter Lucy, visited Mr. Sheeley's
sister from Binghamton, at the home of
Andrew Sheeley.of Hawley, on Sunday,
the 4th Inst.
The stork paid YA 111. Seeger and wife.
of Lnkevill.e, a visit Sept. 22d, leaving a
line baby girl, who was given the name
of Florence Gladys.
A. Noble lost a horse last week.
Rev. Wm. Schenck and wife attended
the revival service in the Baptist church
at Hawlev, Wednesday night.
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iuin Mill. oiH'UH: m ilfl llliM-ii buuuuimy
ill Thursday night. Dr. Catterall, of
Hawley, was called.
Wm. Weilbrenner and family, accom
panied by some friends, all of, Hones
dale, passed Sunday, the -1th inst., at
the pleasant country'hoine of Mrs. Weil
brenner s parents, Mr. and JUrs. James
Oscar Dunmni?. who since the death
of his wife has been living with his son
at Paupack, spent the first part of the
week m tins place.
Wm. Mastin, of Wilsonville, has gone
to Shohola in epiestof employment.
Mrs. l-rank ISea and daughters, also
Joseph Pennell and wife, were visitors
at Honesdale baturday alternoon.
Myron Snvder and "sons, of Hawley,
spent Saturday and Sunday at the Lake
view House, llakeville.
Violet Crane, of Honesdale, was the
guest of her mother, Mrs. Chas. Crane,
l'eter Mains and wife, who have resid
ed at Wilsonville for the past six years,
will move to Hawley the first of next
month, in order that Mr. Mains may be
nearer his work in Atkinson's box fac
tory. Jlrs. Joseph I'ennell, ol wniBonviie,
was entertained by Mrs. James Swan at
her home here on" Tuesday.
We wish the manager" and all con
nected withTiiKCiTi.KN success in their
new enterprise. We are all pleased to
receive two copies each week, instead
Miss Myra Miller is teaching the Bone
Ridge school again this year.
Supt. Koeliler visited the Uswick
school on Wednesday.
The Keith sisters are now building a
concrete dam across the stream which
flows through their farm. They have
four men and two teams at work.
John Pennell was given the first de
gree initiation at Lakeville Lodge 011
Tuesday night. District Deputy, . I. W.
Robacker, of 1. O. O. F., will install the
officers of that Lodge on Tuesday night.
A Rebecca branch will be started some
time during the fall.
For Prothonotary, "Wallace J. Barnes.
2rv pleasant day was
spent at the homo of Mr
of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
Hathaway, on Saturday, Oct.lOth, when
they opened their neat utile cottage to a
number of about fifty friends and rela
tives, the occasion being their thirtieth
marriage anniversary or pearl wedding.
Among those present were the aged
father and mother of Mrs. Hathaway,
Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan, of Hawley, who
a few years ago celebrated their golden
wedding, also another aged lady wli.ui-
kindly face we were all very glad to
Eee, Mrs. Harrison Cole, of Braman.
Mr. and Mrs. Hathaway received many
presents, consisting ol silver ware, ciuna,
table linen and other useful articles. A
bounteous dinner was served.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Dunn, of Brook
lyn, N. Y., who have been spending the
past three weeks with relatives and
friends in Wayne county, started for
their home from Lookout, where thev
have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E.
Teenln for the nast few davs. On Sun
day they visited at John F. Blake's at
Union. Before leaving Mr. Dunn took
a picture of all present inhis automobile
We wish for them a safe return to thei
Jackson Branning, of Equinunk, has
moved to Lookout for the winter.
William Hoofer our creamery mana
ger, is painting the creamery and build
Ralph Gillow and wife, of Equinunk
called on friends here on Sunday.
Rev. Herbert Tinsley and wife spent
Saturday and Sunday at this place.
David L. Moore is kept busy buying
and packing apples.
Oct. 13th. Daisy Kimble and Anna
Bolkcom have returned from Oceai
Grove, N. J.
Rev. I. G. Stephens, wife and son
Carl, of Portland, Oregon, who hav
been on a trip to England, arrived to
dav for n visit with relatives here.
Leon Mitchell, John Bates, and Elna
Kelson attended the Teachers' Meeting
at Hawlev. on Saturdav of last week.
The Pleasant Valley "W. C. T. IT. will
meet with Mrs. John Ridd next Thurs
Elna Nelson spent a part of Oct. KM!
and 11th with friends at Lakeville, Pa.
Several changes tiro being made here
this fall. Hiram Comfort is moving 011
tho Stephen Pulis place, and Fred. Wein
man will move into the house vacated
j by Mr, Comforti
Rev. A. L. Wliittaker will hold service
in White Mills, on Sunday, at 3 r. M.
The choir at Grace Episcopal church
1i.ib been increased by the addition of
several new members. The music laBt
Sunday was excellent, both morning and
evening. More recruits are expected,
and good music throughout the winter.
Kkom Kalamazoo, Mich., comes the
report of a peculiar case of government
by injunction. Tho wife of Thomas
Stewart, a colored lawyer of that city,
was the recipient of marked attentions
from Harry Simpson, a gentleman of
like complexion ; whereupon the husband
obtained an injunction against their con
tinuance. Simpson nevertheless per
sisted in iiis course, and being adjudged
in contempt was sent to jail for thirty
LYRIC THEATRE !
BENJ. II. DITTRICH, - - LESSEE AND MANAGER
TUESDAY OPT 1(
EVENING, t. A. ZU
l!y Special Itequest-for Second Time
the Whirlwind Musical Success
With AltTII VU DUNN nnd an ALL
STAKl'iist, Same Uonreous Produc
tion that played New York. Phila
delphia, Hoslon und I'll lento to
capacity for over 700 nights.
i'12 Songs !
tf.50 Girls !
PRICES 35, 50, 75, $1, $1.50
- SKAT SAI.K at the box office, at 9
a. in., Monday. Oct. 111.
Attention is called to the STRENGTH
The FINANCIER of New York
City has published a ROLL OF
HONOR of the 11,470 State Banks
and Trust Companies of United
States. In this list the WAYNE
COUNTY SAVINGS BANK
Stands 38th in the United States.
Stands 10th in Pennsylvania.
Stands FIRST in Wayne County.
Capital, Surplus, $455,000.00
Total ASSETS, $2,733,000.00
Honesdale, Pa., May 29, 1908.
1LYRIC THEATRE !
HKNJ. H. DITTRICH. Lessee and Manager
FRIDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 16th
DDIPTCi Orchestra, $i SO Drew Circle.
rfllutO, 75c and$l. ISslcony, SOc. 75c and
$i.00-.Uallcry, 35 cents.
tu- SKAT SAI.K. at
Thursday. Oct. 15th.
liox Olllce. at it a. in.,
LET US TAKE CARE OF
It will pay you to call at the
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