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FOll 1I1STIIICT ATTOllM'.Y.
MYKON K. SIMONS, of llnncMlitle.
KU'itlon. Tuesday. November !l. 1!HN.
A Vote for V. C. PRATT for
Congress is a. vote for a manly
man ; a man with a clean record;
a man of unsullied character ;
a successful husiness man alony
lines that will bear the closest
scrutiny ; and his election will
place a Republican with Repub
lican principles in position not
only to protect the interests of
our working men and farmers,
but to help the Old Soldiers.
A Vote for SAMUEL W.
HOFFORD for State Senator is
a vote for one of Carbon coun
ty's best citizens, a man who
has always stood in the front
rank, battling for tho rights of
the people. He has been fore
most in every movement that
has for its object the helping or
encouraging of the taxpayers.
His record stands out and stamps
him as the unflinching friend of
the people who are struggling
to better themselves, whether in
the shop or on the farm.
A Vote for WARREN E.
PERHAM is a vote for giving
you an opportunity of voting on
questions in which you are di
rectly interested and deciding
what is usually decided in the
State Legislature by men who
misrepresent you as often as
they represent you. Here is a
chance to represent yourself.
Take that chance and Vote for
A Vote for M. LEE BRAMAN
for Sheriff will give tho young
and rising generation a repre
sentation in tho Court House.
The youngest man on either
Democratic or Republican tick
et, he has had an experience in
business that many older men
lack; he is courteous and honora
ble, and the disagreeable duties
of the Sheriff's office will be per
formed as gentlemanly as the
duties which do not call on one's
sympathy. Boys, help tho far
mer and workingmen elect BRA
MAN. A Vote for Auditors LESHER
and LARRABEE will help to
givo tho county two men well
qualified to audit tho accounts,
and who will safe-guard the in
terests of the people of Wayne
A Vote for MYRON E. SI
MONS for District Attorney is a
vote for a man who is emi
nently fitted by years of legal
practice to carefully and intelli
gently attend to tho duties of tho
A Vote for WALLACE J
BARNES is a vote whiCh should
forever settle tho question in
Wayne county as to tho mo
nopoly of offices in the gift of
tho people. If you believe two
successive terms are sufficient,
for office holders, vote for WAL
LACE J. BARNES, but if you
believe that every office holder
should have as many terms as
he can get, then vote against
him. The question of character
and qualifications in tho Pro
thonotary contest is not in debate
neither man has any monopoly
of character or fitness, but both
have unsullied reputations and
unquestionable business ability
to perform tho duties of the of
fice to the entire satisfaction of
the people. This is not a ques
tion of men, but of principle.
Has any man the right to more
than two successive terms to
any count' office '( Let the peo
A Vote for HORNBECK
and MADDEN, for Commis
sioners, will bo a vote for two
veteran business men. who pob
sess tho wisdom that comes only
with ago and experience. Both
have learned tho lesson of econ
omy in business by practical ox
Hrienco in their own atlans.
They are grounded in honesty,
and just as careful of the coun
ty's money as they are of theii
own. They are pledged to wipe
out the interest-bearing debt ol
the county, which was left them
by their predecessors. They are
pledged to reduce tho county tax
rate. Carefully compare tin
last year, with the gross amount
paid the year previous, and note
the difference in your favor.
Note the reduction of the county
indebtedness and give the old
Board a vote, that the7 may con
tinue uio goon worK.
THE PEOPLE'S FORUM.
In matters strictly political we Intend to
mane 1 111: iitizkn. ami desire to nave tlie iu
pfi rcKiirucu, as iiiii-oiiiiironusinKiy nun ex
clusively Keiuililican ; lint on quest Ions so
cial anil economic, on which mlherentsof any
and all partisan organizations may he hon
estly divided without impairing their party
allegiance, we are disposed to allow a free
InterchaiiKi! of opinions. Hence to such ex
tent as our space will permit, this column Is
opened as a people's forum hi which court all
will he accorded a hearing.
HUSINESS MEN'S ANTI LOCAL-OPTION LKAOUE.I
As to Local Option.
The advocates of Local Option are
keeping before the people, certain state
ments, intended not only to strengthen
their cause but to mislead the public re
garding the matter. A few facts may be
not only interesting but would serve to
throw some light upon the question
which has been heretofore given.
Fiust : It is a well known fact that
both Prohibition and Local Option,
wherever enacted into law, utterly failed
to produce the results intended y their
advocates, and we know of no State
which has tried either but is now advo
cating a repeal of these laws.
Sf.cond : Revenue produced by the
license for the sale of liquor is one of the
greatest in the State, and takes the bur
den of taxation from the citizens to a
greater extent than anv other means of
securing funds for defraying the ex
penses of the state, county and town
shin. Should this revenue be cut off bv
either Local Option or Prohibition, this
immense tax will fall upon the farmers
and property owners of the county. The
State will have no money to pay to
schools, hospitals or charitable institu
tions, only such as they receive from a
Tiiiitn : It is a notorious fact that
Local Option and Prohibition, instead of
cutting off the supply of intoxicants,
rather increase its use and sale illegally,
anu tnc injury clone to society is vastly
greater by an illegal sale of intoxicants
than by the same sale conducted under
the restrictions of the license granted by
the Court and sold in accordance with the
law. The cider product of Wayne coun
ty is one of tho greatest sources of in
come to many farmers ; apples that are
unfit for sale can be utilized in this way,
and much profit derived from tho sale of
such cider. Under either Prohibition or
Local option this source of profit would
be cut off entirely from the farmers, and
all apples unlit for market would remain
upon their hands, as a dead loss.
Assuming that so long as thero is a de
mand for intoxicants there will be a sup
ply, according to law, if permitted, but
illegally, if necessity requires it, we
sec no advantage to be gamed by even
the most ardent Prohibitionist or" Local
Optionist by enacting prohibition laws
against the sale of intoxicants.
Octoiikk 21. Mr. and Mrs. I.J. Many
took dinner at L. V Nelson's on Tues
day. Lydia Pulis lias returned home from
her visit with Hinghamton relatives.
Mrs. James, of Pleasant Mount, is vis
iting her nephew and nieces at this place.
Jessie Nelson and aunt. Mrs. D. 14.
Stephens, spent Sunday at Aldenville at
0. II. Wilmarth's.
The W. O. T. U. meeting at Mrs. Eidd's
last Thursday was well attended.
Mr. and Mra. Jenkins are still con
tinuing their meetings nt the chapel.
The defeated side of the Crusader
Monthly contest will give a Halloween
supper Thursday evening, October 211th,
at the Grange Hall, Dyberry. Every
body come 1
Oct. '20th. The course of the new
management of Tun Citizkn must com
mend the paper to all Republicans in
Wayne county, having the welfare of the
party at heart. There is nothing uncer
tain or wavering in its support of the
candidates ami the parly principles, and
Democratic candidate are gixoit fair no-
lice that there is not the slightest possi
bility of compromise or quarter in polit
ical campaigns. And no one need to re
gard anything said in this connection as
relleuting in the least upon the letiring
editors, who have done splendid service
for the parly, but we are all looking for
better results from a 11101 e aggic-sho
and vigorous paity organ, with some
new blood, more capital, a better equip
ment and an earnest ile.-ireon thepaitof
all connected with the enterprise to place
Wayne county permanently in the lie
publican column, it may take a few
years, but it is worth working for.
As usual, the Democracy had us beaten
ill summer and until some time early in
October, but since the bout between the
President and .Mr. Bryan, things look
different. With Llovds offering odds of
0 to 1 on Taft, the result seems beyond
auv doubt. And vet the light will uol
be won until the polls close on Nov. !ld.
I'p to that time, every Republican voter
and worker should use every effort ti
have the full ole of the party polled.
Take nothing for gianted. Sympathy
and sentiment are good, money is a great
help, but votes coitiil. So far as the
National ticket i eonccnied, Pennsyl
vania will letaiu her proud portion li
the banner Slate for Republican 111:1-
joiities, bill Taft is not expected loieach
the half million innjoiiiy giwu fm Rno,-t
veil. Then the Democracy knew it was
beaten u hen Parker :b iioniimiled, and
the immense vole cast for Teddv was a
great tribute to his popularity.
No complex Stale ticket requites auv
attention this year, and that gives the
Committee more time to devote to tin
Congressional, Senatorial ami l.'epiescti
lative lights. Our district presents out
of the best possible candidates litis year,
and the Republicans should make
united effort to reverse the uiilorluuatc
lesnlt of two vents ago. Col. Pratt hi-
every qualification for mi ideal Congre.-s
man. His enemies are making desper
ate effoils to find something with which
to stem the tide setting his way, but lit
is gaining in strength every day. The old
Wilmot and Grow district must needs
have a Republican to represent it this
term, and Pratt looks good to us. Mr.
ivipp is said to devote a large poition of
his tune and inllueiice to securing pen
sions, and that is good so far as it goes,
but we need a Republican 111 t die'iess to
look after other interests as well, to as
sist in revising the tariff, in parsing cut
rency legislation, to control mid togulntc
corporations and in general to assist
President Taft in making tins country
greater and more prosperous. It would
be a big mistake not to send Col. Pratt
It is a source of gratification to note
that the local Republican ticket is giving
such general satisfaction in Wayne; it i
not olten we have a better one. And
this is true from the Legislative candi
date down to the County Auditor. Mr
Perhani has a strong platform. lie be
licves in Home Rule, which is a enrdi
mil principle 111 America. He ought ti
receive the vote of everv farmer in the
county, for there are verv few that arc
doing more for that class of people. .Mr.
Perhani is an active farmer, a man 0
experience 111 business matters, win
serveu me county wen anil laithlully as
Commissioner, and has made a clean
and honorable tight for the ofiice for
which he is asking support. He may not
erect any monuments todead people, but
he will look carefully to the interests o
the living, and that is quite as important
to us who are above the earth. It is
safe prophecy that his influence and vote
in the next Legislature will be woith
more to Wayne county than would those
of any Democrat that might be chosen
He should receive every Republican vote
in the county.
N. K. hausi:.
A Vote for A. 0. BLAKE foi
Register and Recorder will be a
vote for a man of indomitable
energy ; unquestioned honesty
and unswerving allegiance to the
farmiug interests of Wayne Co.
Both Mr. Blake and his opponent
are men of Bethany, and stand
high in tho estimation of that
community. If the voters of
Bethany were to decido this con
test there would bo a tie, and a
special election would be neces
sary to decide who is to be our
next Register and Recorder. A
vote for A I j. HLAKE will help
to place a well-deserving man in
an office whore ho will faithfully
perform his duties to tho satis
faction of the people.
At any time when your stomach Is not in
L'ood condition, you should take Kodol, be
cause ICodol digests all Die food von e.-it. nnd
it supplies health and M remit h for the stom -
ach in that way. 1 on take Kodol Just fur a
little while when you have slight attacks of
indigestion and you tiixclt just a little longer
in order to cet relief from severe attacks of
Indigestion or Nervous Dyspepsia. Try
Kodol toduy. Sold hv l'KIL. Tho Druggist.
lltirns, bruises and scratches, big and little
cuts or In fact anything requiring a salve.
are best and quickest sootlicd and healed hv
and healed hv
iizel Si ve Tlie
i you get De
ijun Hi s i.aruniicu iicn iinzci
best salve for lilies, lie sure v
Witt's, Bold by PEIL, TuenruifBlet
As a result of a careful, nonpartisan
canvass of the whole country, "Success"
Magazine says that Taft will surely have
o(l electoral votes more than enough to
win. It gives Taft 21W electoral votes,
Hryan K.l,and 24 doubtful. In the lat
ter class Maryland, Mnntaifa, Nebraska
nd Colorado are placed, with the first.
Aoas probably for Taft and the la.-t
for liryan. If this prediction proves
true Taft will have HOil and llrvau Hid.
with Nebraska on the fence.
Oct. lllth. The Ladies' Aid Society,
of tie M. E. church will meet at the
mine of Mrs. O. Chamberlain, onThurs-
dav of this week.
Mis. Minnie I line and children, of
P-aiiibridge, N. Y., are visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Dine.
Mrs. Kniory Whipple and daughter,
Sarah, have returned from the city with
line line of millinery goods. Every
thing from the "Merry Widow" down to
Mrs. D.J. Dine is in Scranton for a
visit with relatives.
John Fletcher has sold his farm to E.
W. R. I'elkuap had the misfortune to
ose a valuable horse last week, it had
taken first prize at the Slarucca fair, this
Mrs. Dclaphiue Hine, of Virginia.
"pent sevetttl days last week at the bomt
I' I). .1. Hint'.
W. It. Keeney and J'teinont 1 line ate
ill I loiiestlale.
Mi tiiace Hall, who litis spent tin
ia-t two weeks in I lonesdalo, and wasn
g.lte to the Sunday School Convi II-
lion, held tit Seelyville, is at home again.
be wits appointed Home Dcpaittiietil
upctiutfiitlfiit for the county.
Mrs. Elvira llnx, of llonesdale, is vis
iting relatives here.
Archie and Clinton Hine, who wen
delegates to the District Fpwotth League
Comculiou, held at Moscow, last week,
gave a very interesting report of theda's
work, at the Devotional .Meeting, last
The date for Rally I My services in the
Siindavsehool has not vet been amiouuc-
d, but it is expected to be held in about
. S. Lewis is at home again, aftir
spending the first two months in Syra
cuse. N. Y.
Candidates for ofiice have been making
calls in this vicinitv, duriim the past
week. Among them was A. (). Hlake,
candidate for Register and Recorder.
We have known Mr. lilake from child
hood, and believe him to be a man wor
thy of the ollice. Give him your vote.
The Grange at this place has taken on
new life, and now numbers over fifty
members. The meetings are held on al
ternate Friday evenings.
We are glad to say that most of out
voters stand for Local Option, and for
that reason will cast their ballots for
Representative in favor of W. K. Per
hani. We have one place in town where,
intoxicants are sold, but it would not be
here if (lie people bad their choice. Cast
your vote for the man who will help give
us a choice.
Octoiikk mill. The chestnut crop is
fair, as the Roboiink with bis mate and
one of the young links, went mt of an
afternoon one day last week and picked
up eighteen quarts.
-Mrs. Richard Short lies verv low at.
the home of her son, on the Rix farm,
near the foot of No. 11, on the line of
the old Gravity.
The box social held at the M. E.
chapel last Wednesday evening was a
great success. The net proceeds were
about nine dollars, which finished pay
ing tor the new roof, with a tnlle to
Mrs. Einiuet Swingle spent Sunday
with friends at Carbondale.
Charles Richardson is much improved
from his recent illness.
Jir. ami .urs. haninei t oiims made a
business trip to Carbondale, Saturday.
James Keen's new concrete dam is
now ready for a supply of water.
The net proceeds from the Ladies
Aid held at the home of Mrs. Minnie
Mills, last week, amounted to
Charles Dennie shot a large silver gray
fox last week.
Mrs. George llartron lies verv low at
her home near Hear Swamp, Texas
township, with cancer of the stomach.
Mr. and Mrs. John Short spent Sun
day with friends at Wayniart.
William and Galen Perry, with sister,
Mrs. William.Clift, of Carbondale, spent
Saturday night and Sunday with friends
Richard Duffy is confined to his home,
badly bruised, as a result of his team
running away. The horses escaped with
a lew slight scratches, hut the wagon
is a total wreck.
Dissatisfaction with other people is
often rooted in dissatisfaction with our
selves ; but we think that everybody will
be satisfied with Mr. Lee llrainan as
Sheriff of Wayne county. Let every
fair minded man remember him on
election day j also A. O. lilake for Reg
ister and Recorder.
1 The new Rain Coats, at Mhnnkk &,
I rn 's ini iimiiwitni nmi uivllati '!. t
i L'0, h al" lrotcctiM and stjlish. 22eitf
1 Kennedy's Laxative Cough Hyrup Is used
, nearly everywhere, because it not only heals
Irritation ot the throat and stuns the cough.
I but It drives the cold out of the system
through Its laxative principle by assuring a
1 ""aim gciiiiuacuoii 01 me iioweis. ami urn
I the only way to cure a cold. on can't
I the only way to cure a cold. You can't
cure as long as you are constipated. Ill -
slst upon Kcnnedyls Laxative Cough Syrup.
W UrusBlst. '
Oct. inth.-Mr. Gauscr and family1
went to the citv yostcrdav, for the win-1
ivr ' . I
Mrs. John Maines paid a brief visit to
Tafton and Wilsonville friends, 011 Fri-,
'Mrs.' Walter SI.eeley and little daugl - !
ter, of Port Jervis, are visiting Lakeville I
Julia ICostich, who has beet, working
. ... . .
lor .mis. iiiinning, at raupacK, roiurneu
to her home heie on Wednesday.
Chatted and Irwin Daniels were pres-!
cut at the iustallati' ii of ollicers in the
l.O.O. F. Lodge, last Wednesday night,
Thomas McKeiguey spent the greater
part of hist week at Hawlev, atlenditig
some of the special meetings, for men
only, held in the Catholic church. , i
llyron Tuttle and family spent last!
week here gathering their crops on the
Myra Miller, who teaches the Hone
Ridge school, accompanied by her sister j
Lizzie, and cousin, Delia Wiley, spent ,
Saturday last in Scranton, shopping and '
calling on relatives. (
Last Wednesday Edward Lovelass had ,
a "bee," for the purpose of building a
stone foundation upon which he will ;
erect a barn.
Myrtle Pennell, of Arlington, has gone 1
to Hawlev, where she will learn the
dressmaking trade with Mrs. Stevenson.
May Killaiu, of Honesdale, who has
been sp, 'tiding the past week at the home
of her father, .Marcus Killtim, near Lake
ille, returned to her work, on Sunday
Olivir Locklin and family weie enter
tained at the home of Mrs. I.ocklin's
patents, L. Phillips and wife, of Hawlev.
Wednesday next being the eighty-first
biiihdiiy of Mi. i. Caroline HarrN, sev-
eial of her friends ami relatives will meet
at her home and celebiate the occasion.
Mesdames Riddle and Pell, of Hawlev,
will be present.
Mrs. Win. Hrooks will care for the in
fant son of her brother, George Killtim,
whose wife so recently died directly af
ter the birth of the little one.
Mrs. Walter Walker, of Narrowsburg,
passed last week with Lakeville rela
Conrad Reineke has purchased a val
uable coon dog of Peter Daniels.
The Democrats down here give the fol
lowing reason for voting the Democratic
National ticket this fall. Their argument
is really laughable. They would not
vote for Taft, they say, because Roose
velt, in "busting the trusts," caused the
hard times, liryan is still proclaiming
that he will be more radical in that line
of policies than Roosevelt ever dared to
be. So if liryan is elected where will
thev be at?
Lewis Shook met with an accident on
Saturday last which will lay him up for
several days. While felling trees, one
Accidentally struck him on the back,
crushing him to the ground.
Lizzie Hardier visited her brother at
Wayniart, on Saturday and Sunday.
Oct. 20th. Mrs. Orvillc Kays is en
tertaining her friend, Mrs. Writer
Percy, of Suiithtield, Pa.
Dr. and Mrs. Warren Poor, of Orange,
N. J., are visiting Mrs. Eliza Young.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Skinner were
guests of Mr. and .Mrs. Win. Dunn, at
Reach Lake, the first of the week.
Mrs. Henry Stadler, of Narrowsburg,
spent a few days last week with her sis
ter, Mrs. A Unison Haird.
Otto Fremnith, who has been cutting
timber at .Mill Rift, Pa., has had the
misfortune to cut his leg badly.
The dance at the Falls House on Fri
day evening was well attended.
Miss Jennie Dolson returned to De
posit, N. Y., on Friday last.
Several barns, with their contents of
grain and farm implements, were des
troyed by fire on the Edward Hubor
farm on Saturday last.
H. II. Tyler, of Scranton, was in town
Several from hero attended the chick
en pie supper at the home of Howard
Decker at Calkins. The ladies at Cal
kins understand cooking, and 110 matter
how large the crowd seem always to
have plenty of good things to serve.
Mr. and Mrs. Volney Skinner were
recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Ellison, at Calkins.
Miss Florence Skinner left on Monday
for a visit with Port Jervis friends.
Otto Rohland, one of the prosperous
farmers of this vicinity, has strained over
a thousamPpounds of honey this year.
The majority of ofiice seekers have
been in town giving the glad hand, and
making line promises to the poor far
Oct. lllth. The Ladies' Aid of the
Union M. P. church met at the resi
dence of Mrs. A. C. Angel, Oct. Hth.
The following people were present:
Mesdames Perry Gilpin, Thomas C.
Madden, Harry A"kers, Thomas llarnes,
Lewis Rohrbacker, John Frey, General
Dixon, Arthur Akers, Morris Haag, G.
V. Frey, Arthur Gilpin, A. L. Haag,
Clias. X. llartinan.M. II. Slyer, Lyman
Osborne, F. E. Rohrbacker, John P.
Gearhardt, Wilmer Hrundage, John
Carter, Rosa George, Leonard Akers,
Philip Eck, O. R. Martin, J. J Hellley,
Lousia Hazelton, J. W. Hause, John
Ferguson, John Kerr, Misses Mamie C.
llause, Verna M. Hazelton, Lydia A.
Rohrbacker, Klsio llrown, Mnry R.
' itrnnilni'o Helen M Cros
1 J!ruV l,1, ' i Vi
Hi'i'd Haag and Guy Haag t
Geo. Plunket nnd Fred. Sc h
ltriindage, Helen JW. L'ross, Aiustcis
ug auu .Messrs,
Octjiiku lOth.-Mrs. Edward Hockcrl
w,l, ,mf bwm v"y m' 'S t,oi"B nicc,y
under the care of Vinning Cody, a train-
vA ,nursp' ,
cMr- nnd, rs- btarncB, Mrs.
felayton and Miss Slayton, spent Tues-
d."? "d )Kv at Whim's Valley,
V"'B ",','VI'S- , w ,
Robert Miller nnd Wesley Paynes, of
fiubonda,', spent, several days last week
Mr. and Mrs. Judson Faatz and son,
Charles, ppent Sunday here with tho
former's father, Charles Faatz.
W. P. Anderson, of Wilkea-Bnrre,
made a business trip here on Friday.
Edward Woodward, of New York, was
a caller in town Saturday and Sunday.
Rev. J. H. Cody left this morning on
tiis vacation for Oxford, Ontario, his
boyhood home to visit with his father
and sister, who are sojourning there.
Rev. Cody has not seen his father for
twenty years. He is a man past ninety,
and will return to his home, in the cen
tral part of Illinois, about the middle of
Mrs. Lavinia Pethick, with her rela
tives, Mrs. Davis and Mr. and Mra.
Davis, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Pethick, in Hawlev, on Wednes
day. Vance Starnes is repairing the roof of
Kmersou W. Gainiuell's house.
The improvements on Amos Ward's
house are about completed and make it
a very pleasant home.
Mrs. M.Slayton and daughter, Laura,
will leave this morning for Scranton and
other cities in thu valley, to spond a week.
An organ has been placed in tho
I lee re school house.
Miss Gilchrist entertained Miss Slay
ton, of Portland, Me., and Mrs. J. V.
Starnes, at supper, Saturday.
Rev. J. H. Cody has made arrange
ments with Joshua Iirown,of Honesdale,
to take charge of the prayer meeting
Thursday evening, and next Thursday
evening W. J. Ward, of Honesdale, will
Kodol Is a combination of natural diges
tive juices ami It illsests all classes ot food
and every kind of food, so you see It will do
the work that the stomach Itself does. The
only dilTureme liehveen It and the stomach Is
the stomach can set out of order mid Kodol
aiiuot, but Kodol cm put the stomach In
;ood order, l'uy ICodol today. It Iscuarau
teed. Sold hy l'KI I,. The Drusulst.
New Portieres, Rugs, Curtains and
Cupels at Mknwku & Co.'rt. J.'citf
Infants', Children's and Misses' win
ter Cloaks at Mkn.vku&Co.'s. New in
styles, best, in goods. 22eitf
Attention is called to the STRENGTH
The FINANCIER of New York
Citv has published a ROLL OF
HONOR of the 11,470 State Hanks
and Trust Companies of United
States. In this list the WAYNE
COUNTY SAVINGS BANK
Stair's 38th in the United States.
Stands 10th in Pennsylvania.
Stands FIRST in Wayne County.
Capital, Surplus, $455,000.00
Total ASSETS, $2,r33,000.00
Honesdale, Pa., May 29, 1908.
JOf K. JENKINS
ii2j Main Street
Perfection Our Motto
The CROSSETT Shoe, for Men,
Leads Our Line.