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THE CITIZEN STAFF
-About the Cuuntv
Nov. -4 After a few months reft from
farm life, George Chapman is again on
Three hunters from Carboiulale last
Saturday bagged sixlplfcasants ami one
gray squirrel in the forests of this f-ee-tion.
Horace Sliort, of Carboiulale, spent
Sunday with his parents at Steene.
It is riimored that wedding bell" will
soon be ringing in this section
ton will soon start for a tour of the.
Western States, their sons, William and
George, having preceded them last
spring; the latter in the hope of improv
ing his health.
Mrs. Gredlein and daughter Caroline,
, of Seelyville, were Thanksgiving guests
' of George Shearer and mother, of .Hone
, Mrs. Schults, of Cherry Uidge Cottage,
1 pa-.-ed the first part of the week in the
Metropolis, w ith her husband and daugh-
After siifferini; about nine months w ith ter.
.,.,.... ..f H... uimiMirli. Mrs. Geome Bar- The
.nkeville school teacher, Miss
iron pa. d awav at her home at Cherry , Hcnhn, and her pupils, will give an en
large last Wednesday morning. She is , tertainment in the 1'. O. S. of A. Hall,
survived bv her husband, one son and 1 on Friday night of this week. Proceeds
one daughter, three silers, Mrs. I.eon
ard Bartron, Mrs. Klias Drake, of Cherry
Kidge and Mrs. Henry Hogancainp, of
l'ronipton, and three brothers, Ste
phen, .lohn and Leonard Kobins, of
Honesdale. The funeral services were
I...I.1 nt th l'rpshvtorian church at
l'ronipton, Sundav at 2 p. ni.,the Hev. t Hie hitter's parents, Peter Daniels and
ii s!,. !f. nf Honesdale. olliciatimr. i wife. Mrs. Heickelbeck remained until
to be applied on the organ fund for the
Mrs. Christina Glossenger returned on
Friday from a week's visit with Hnwley
Mr. and Mrs. George Heickelbeck, of
Wilsonville, passed Thanksgiving with
The floral offerings from the children and
relatives were beautiful. Interment at
Charles Locklin will sell his live stock
and farming implements on Thursday
m: in;.-.. Unlov returned to Carbon-1 of this week. He will leave his farm
dale. Saturdav, after visiting a few days I and move his family to Peckville, where
with her parents here. ' has secured a lucrative position. The
The Kev. Mr. Davis, of Waymart, leave-taKing oi tins ianiuy is a loss w
the community, Especially will tne
called on friends in this section on Tues
day. j. E. Haley is going into the pork
business as he is building a house for his
A lady stranger knocked for admit
tance at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Spry on Tuesday night. Having no oth
er heirs to brighten their home, they de
cided at once to adopt the little one.
Mother and daughter are doing finely.
David Wonnacott is quite ill again.
Mrs. Warren Auckland is confined to
her home with a severe cold.
Novemiiek Slrd The ladies of this
place will hold a fair in Grange hall on
church miss Mrs. Locklin and her ac
Julia Welsh, who passed the summer
in Newark, X. J., with her sister, who
was ill. will remain at home during the
Mrs. S. Miller took dinner with her
daughters, at Hawley, on Thanksgiving
Mr. and Mrs. Mosher, of Long Kidge,
visited James Carel'oot's family last week.
Iiaymond Woodward and wife, of
Winding Hill, called on Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph I'ennell, of Wilsonville, yester
The local mail route omitted from last
week's issue, is from llaiulinton by Ar
lington, Lakeville and Uswick, to Haw-
the Kith of December. All arcnivitcd to it.v, about 10 miles and back, the old
attend. Hone Kidge road, six times a week. Bond
Clvde Leftwich, of Honesdale, was a , required with bid 1 ,200. Present con-
visitor at the home of his mother, -Airs.
Win. Leftwich, on Sunday last.
The donation held in Grange hall on
Nov. 25th Mrs. M. L. Sklrhter left
for Owego on Friday last to visit the
Mcsdames Colby. From . there .Mrs.
Skinner will go to Albion, N to
spend Thank'sgiving'with her daughter,
Miss Lorina Skinner.
J. J. McCullough and daughter, Miss
Gladys, who have been at the Maples
since March last, will leave Friday for
their home at Binehamton, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Tyler spent Sun
day at Kenoza Lake, N. Y.
Mrs. W. B. Yerkes was recently en
tertained by Honesdale friends.
County Superintendent Krchler, of
Honesdale, was in town visiting this
school and others in the vicinity on Mon
Mrs. Gerarden, of New York city, who
has been boarding at H. 31. Page's for
the past ten weeks, returned home Wednesday.
Two deer were seen last week in the
river. One was crossing below the falls,
the other above the oil station. i
Miss Sadie Sherer and Mr. Frederick I
Knessel, both of this place, were mar-1
ried Sunday last by Kev. Coleman.
Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Martin visited I
Mrs. Martin's parents at Swago Lake,
Pa. last week.
Mr. George Fnlboam, of llrauchville,
N. J., enjoyed an automobile trip here
Nov. :;0th. Kev. and Mrs. W. B.
Signor and son, Dnane, ate Thanksgiv
ing dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Webb and family.
Mr. and Mrs. William Hauser enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith and
daughters, Lillian and Yiolet, and Mr.
and Mrs. Leroy Hauser, of Honesdale,
Emerson W. Gammell and daughter,
Ella, ate Thanksgiving dinner with Mr.
and Mrs. Hush Kimble and family, of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Faatz were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bolkcom,
on Thanksgiving Day.
Miss Susan Bryant ate Thanksgiving
dinner at the home of Mr,, and Mrs.
his family here. j ATHLETIC CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Mary Welch, of Scranton, called on
friends here Saturday. . Pastime, Irish-American and N. Y. A.
Henry Lockwood died at the home of C. Men Win Contests,
his brother John, Nov. 24th, after a brief New York, Dee. 1. Following are
illness. He was a life-long resident of ' the results in the leading events In the
Canaan. Deceased was unmarried, and Indoor championship contests of the
was 07 years of age. The funeral services Amateur Athletic union athletic cnrnl
were held at the home, Thursday, atone 1 ho Madison Square Garden:
VWL- vv tin. T V nnvia Inlnr- Three hundred yard run. final, won by
o clock, by Kev. A. L. Daus. inter- Leroy Dorlandi Pa8tme Athletic club: J.
nient was mane in mo Canaan cemetery, i j, Rosenberg. Irish-American
Clarence Hudson and wife, of Scran
ton, are visiting at the home of H. T.
Mabel Schenck spent Thanksgiving
with Carboiulale relatives.
Frank Stephenson and family spent
Thanksgiving with Scranton relatives.
The M. E. Ladies' Aid have prepara
tions about completed for their annual
Fair, which is to begin Dec. Hth. The
Fair will be held in the' church parlors,
and it is to be hoped the public will gen
erously patronize the ladies.
Win. .Loveland, of Scranton, spent
Sunday in town.
Frank. J.'s Wife Calls Co
respondent Miss Dash.
HUSBAND ASKS FOR HER NAME
Wife Charges Improper Conduct
With Two Women, One of
Whom She Says 'Met Mil
lionaire In Restaurant.
New York, Dec. 1. Frank Jay
Gould, who luherited $10,000,000 from
his father. Jay Gould, and whose
One of the most costly leaks in the
winter dairy is caused by compelling
the cows to drink ice cold water from a
trough in an unsheltered comer of the
barnyard. It requires a good deal of.
feed to restore the animal heat and to
start the checked milk flow.
The temperature of the cream in win
ter should be about 70 degrees, though
from four to six degrees lower w ill be all
right if a separator has been used.
Great Year For Farmers.
Value of the Crops Will Aggregate
Over Eight Billion Dollars.
The value of farm products for the
past year will aggregate more than $8,
000,000,000, in the opinion of Secretary
Wilson. This will break all previous
records, The value of last year's crop
Secretary Wilson's annual report will
be a story of agricultural prosperity and
riches that will read like a chapter from
the "Arabian Nights." The facts about
American farm productions will Ihave
no parallel in any other country.
Broadlv sneaking, the farmers of the
club, second: J. J. McEntce, New ork
Athletic club, third; time. 33 2-5 seconds.
Throwing flfty-six pound wcleht, won
fcy P. McDonuld, Irish American Athletic
elub, with lfi feet H Inch; 21. J. McGrath,
New York Athletic club, 15 feet 10 Inches;
B. P. Gllles, New York Athletic club, 15
Two mile run, won by Mike DrlscoU,
Mercury Athletic club; Tom Collins, Irish
American Athletic club, second: George
I V. rtonhag, Irlsh-Amerlran Athletic club,
third; time 9 minutes 2s 2-5 seconds.
Standing broad Jump, won by P. Adams,
New York Athletic club, with 10 feet 8
Inches; J. A. Hlller. Hrooklyn Y. M. C. A.,
' 10 feet 5 Inches, second; It. Tompkins,
1 Irish-American Athletic club, 10 feet 1
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Running high Jump, won by II. F. Por-i esmiu una bukv uiticuacu w 9xu,vuu,-
ter, Irish-American Athletic club, with C. uoo, has asked Justice Scabury of the
feet; II. A. Uedney, Itoston Athletic nsso- su,-clne court to strike out of the
clat on. and H. J. Grumplet. New lorlc ',. ( , ,,, .., ,on M,ir,.nrot
Athletic club, tied ror second with 5 reel vi....t..... - r
11 inches. Kelly Gould, for absolute divorce sev-
Puttlng the eight pound shot, won by I crnl allegations by which Frank J.
Martin J. Sheridan. Irish-American Ath-, fj,.i rirt
lctlc club, with til feet t'4 Inches: V. W.
Coe. ISoston Athletic club, second, CO feet
4 Inches; J. J. Elliott, Irish-American
Athletic club, third, 59 feet 9 Inches.
Thousand yard run. won by Harry GIs
ilntr. unattached: Melvln W. Sheppard,
Irish-American Athletic club, second: W.
Derkern, New York Athletic club, third;
time, 2 minutes 20 seconds.
Two hundred and twenty yard hurdle
race, won by J. J. Kller. Irish-American
Athletic club; J. J. Donahue. Irish
American Athletic club, second; M.
Dwlght, Princeton Athletic association,
i third; time, 28 2-5 seconds.
Running hop. step and Jump, won by P.
Adams, New York Athletic club, with 45
1 feet 4 inches: M. J. Sheridan, Irlsh-Amer-
Icon Athletic club, second, 43 feet 9 Inches;
D. Ahearne, Irish-AmerlcUn Athletic club,
third, 43 feet 614 inches.
After making a leap Martin Sheri
dan, the world's champion pole vault-
er, fell and strained a ligament In his
left shoulder. The accident undoubt
edly prevented the hero of the Athens
Olympiad from scoring the greatest
number of Individual points.
Henrv A. Bennett
Mr. and Mrs. James Johns dined with
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Bryant, in Hones
dale, on Thanksgiving day.
.Mr. anu .Mrs. .1. .1. iiauseremeriaineu , - - -
Mr. n,.,,rm Hnns.-r. Mrs. Unhertsnn. t previous years 111 two respecis-uem-r
Miss Mattie Stronsrman and Fred. Hau-1 crols much higher prices
ser, for dinner, on Thursday last.
POPE SUFFERS RELAPSE.
1 country are better off this year than in
Miss Cody returned from Cold Springs,
last Saturday, her patient, William Gil
lett, being able to sit up.
Miss Blanche Stames returned from
Carboiulale, last Saturday.
Judson Faatz and family, of Scranton,
Thursday evening last was well attended.
The gathering was a success both soci
ally and financially.
Several families at this place who are
short of hay had a carload shipped to
Narrowsburg. They, are now hauling
iced from the same place.
John and Carles Spry, who have been
spending several months on a large
ranch in Wyoming, have returned to
their former home, the old Red Bock
farm. They say the snow there is very
deep and the weather very cold at pres
ent. Mr. and Mrs. Hay Bayly, of East
Houesdale," visited the hitter's brother,
Earl Ham, on Saturday and Sunday
Curtis Brooks, of Cherry Kidge, was
in this vicinity on Saturday looking up
the apple business.
W. H. Marshall and family spent Sun
day last with C. A. Brooks and family,
tract pays $500. i visited with tlie lormer's n.tlier, cnaries I
Seven ladies from this place and Lake-1 i-aatz, over sunuay.
ville, went to Hawley Saturday evening
and were initiated in the Hebekah lodge
there. Also eight men were taken in
from the I. O. O. F. Lodge, at Lakeville.
Nov. L'oth The Ladies' Aid society will
meet at the home of Mrs. Charles Cargin
Thursday, Dec. 3. All are cordially in
vited. A fine baby boy has come to brighten
the home of Sir. and Mrs. John Moore.
Mrs. Judson Case and little daughter,
Lillian, spent a part of this week with
Mrs. John Moore-and Mrs. D. M. Stalk
er. Mrs. Thomas Caffery and Mrs. Frank
Cole went to New York city last Thurs
day for a two weeks' visit with relatives.
Several from this place attended the
revival meetings at Braman. Mr. Wat
son, from Binghamton, who is assisting
Mr. Tinsley, has gone home to spend
Thanksgiving, but will continue the
j meetings the last of the week.
Uswick. Mr. Wheeler, from Hancock, is put-
.Nov. :0th. Laura Wineraben has re- iting in a new furnace, for Mrs. Florence
turned from the State Hospital, Scran- Kellam.
ton, much improved. Shu is now living
with Mrs. Eliza Haney.
Burton Bartlcson and David Hazelton
and wife, of Scranton, visited Lakeville
relatives last week. Mr. and Mrs. Hazel-
Titus Hinainan has moved onto a large
farm two and one-half miles from Port
Jervis, which they recently bought.
Neighbors and friends very much regret
their leaving this place.
Eva Harmes is spending several days
with friends in Honesdale.
Bessie Kimble, of Pleasant Valley,
spent the week end with her cousin, Ella
Hev. W. B. Signor has njade arrange
ments to begin revival meetings in the
M. E. church, beginning Tuesday even
ing, Dec. stn. -Mrs. L,arKin, ot uiooms
burg, a powerful preacher and sweet
singer, has been engaged to conduct the
The Union service, Thanksgiving even
ing, in the Presbyterian church, was very
much enjoyed by a large audience, Hev.
W. B. Signor giving one of his helpfu
Nov. 30th. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Smith, and little son, are visiting the
former's parents, at Uniondale.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Jenkins, of Phila
delphia, are visiting at Robert Battan's.
John Jeffrey and Frank Picrson, who
are attending Wyoming Seminary, are
spending their Thanksgiving vacation at
their home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stephenson and
daughter, Mildred? spent a few days last
week at Hoadlevs.
Mr. Geer, of South Clinton, who is
making extensive repairs on his newly
purchased home, expects soon to move
crop is about 00,000,000 bushels larger
than in 1007 and is in unusually good
condition. The crop-reporting board's
preliminary estimate is L,,(H,2,087,0(X)
There will be a meeting of Oslek Tribe
of lied Men, No. 318, at their hall, on
Thursday evening, Dee. 3d.
The ladies of the G. A. H. will meet on
Friday, at 2:30 i m., at Mrs. 1. H. Ball's,
Uidge street. Ollicers for the ensuing
vear will be elected. This will be fol
lowed by a social hour, to which all
members are cordially invited.
Attention Veterans ! The James M.
Thorpe Post, G. A. H., of Hawley, will
be inspected next Friday evening, Dec.
4th, by H. Wilson, Commander of Capt.
Ham Post, of Honesdale, and Col. Gra
ham Watts, aide-de-camp on the staff of
Gen. Nevius, Commander-in-chief of the
G. A. H. In consequence of this ab
sence of the Commander, the regular
meeting of Capt. Ham Post, fixed for
Friday evening of this week', isadjourned
to Saturday evening, Dec. 5th.
Has a Fever and Anxiety
Felt at Vatican.
Home, Dec. 1. Because of a severe
cold the pope has suffered a relapse,
which Is causing some anxiety. He
has a fever and Is obliged to remain
I)rs. Petaeel and Marchlafavn visit
ed the pontiff and after careful exami
nation annouueed that If proper care
were taken, with thorough rest, they
felt sure no complications would arise,
A special representative from "Portu
gal expected to present the pope with
gifts from King Manuel In honor of
his priesthood jubilee, but these plans
The Observatore Homaun publishes
the following otllclnl statement:
"The slight Indisposition which af
flicted the pope several days ago con
Unties. His doctors have advised him
to rest for an entire week, and for
this reason all audiences will be sus
ENGINEERS VOTE ON STRIKE,
Some miscreant is again indulging
his cruelinstincts by poisoning harmless
dogs. He should know that this species
of amusement is under the ban of the
law, and this item is to further inform
him that the Society for the Prevention
of Cruelty to Animals has taken the mat
ter in hand, and intends to spare no
pains to ferret out the offender, with a
view to his adequate punishment when
Advertise in THE CITIZEN.
Difficulty Between Locomotive Broth'
erhood and Railroad.
Washington, Dec. 1. A serious coa
troversy has arisen between the Broth
erhood of Locomotive Engineers and
the Pennsylvania railroad, and the dif
ferences were presented to Chairman
Knapp of the interstate commerce com
mission and Professor Charles P. Nell!,
commissioner of labor, who constitute
the general board of mediation.
The engineers desire official recogni
tion of their general board of adjust
ment in the settlement of any grlv-
unces. The men complain thnt when
they take up grievances with the divi
sion superintendents they get no satis
A strike vote is now being taken bj
the engineers of the lines west of Pitts
burg. If the vote should be in favor ol
a strike, and the Indications are that II
will be, the situation will becom.6
Mr. Gould objects to "the renl es
ttito ilnnil flnacrititlnn" of n certain no-
1 V ..II ..1 I.rt..n
iuliuub uuunt' liuvt:u lu uuti; m--
visited by Frnnk Gould at North Syd
ney. O. B. This description was as
Anue style of architecture, the third
or fourth from the corner of the street
that runs from Front street, which
runs nlting the water front to the rail
way station, and situate on. the second
street west of and running parallel
with Front street and at right angles
with the street from Front street and
I , II HL'I If, II WUH 1L1IIUK 1(1 Illlllllllfl I 11 Til
m-nnh. rhnnrlnir 'tmnroner conduct hv
Gould wltn a woman who is set down
as "Miss ," and to another, alleg
ing tuat l-rank j. uouiu nrst met
JIIKH SIL IL lUHUlUllUUlt. L t?BLU II till
on Fifth avenue.
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nnnrrmpnr or "Aliss " jino uspn l
inn iiiiiuiiiii ui I ji-ruiiuit-r ui jiniii u
wimi .ill. uuum M ill-UL uiu uuuiu uuv
no bearing on the ease.
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mr i.niiiu "ivp iirf.Ki.fiiH in ivmiif.
was not a charge relevant to an actio
Herbert C. Smyth, opposing the ni
"Mr. Gould revels In the publlctt
ones be really harts are the innocei
llftln .1n,irrtit-Ara sf hlm.alf nrtA wlf
The sole rqason apparently for th
mouon to smite out paragrapns. iro
Mrs. Gould's complaint Is that he
aggrieved In being required to answ
Mrs. Gould to make her complal
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ney, U. a., while his yacht, tne He
neta, named for his wife, lay In t
norhnr Wo hnvA pnmnllMi with f
too well to suit them.
"if it is ooiectea that tne cuts ma
n run im u'liirit'ii ivorta iiiuriii v wiiiiifi
dence in defense on the trial, but
allege that these gifts were gifts
inducement to these women leading
to the Improper intimacy which
NAVAL WAR CONGRESS.
United States and Other Maritime
Powers Represented at London.
London, Dec. 1. The International
congress of world's powers, called to
consider proposed and actual changes
In warfare on the sea, began today.
All of the maritime powers, Includ
ing the United States, have sent dele
gates. Schoontr Sunk; Crew Saved.
Key West, Flu., Dee. 1. The schoon
er Horace W. Macomber, from Bay
View to Key West, was sunk at Abac
ca, Bahama Islands, but the crew was
saved by the schooner Equator.
Natural Resources Commission
Meet In Washington.
Hip unttnnnl rnmmlsslnn for tholt
out of the meeting of governors ca
last spring lyy President Roosevelt
There will be made public the
ventory" of the national resources c
piled In the various states since
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meet again on the 8th to consider
ther the same subject.
Scene, 2d Act-LION and the MOUSE
Biggest Schooner Milling.
New Haven, Conn., Dec. 1. The Ly
man M. Law, the largest four masted
scheoner owned here, is missing, and
much anxiety for the safety of the
vessel Is felt. She is now two weeks
overdue from Portland, Me
Mark Twain'a 8eventythlrd Birthday.
Reddlap, Conn., Dec. 1. Samuel
Clemens (Mark Tnulnf passed hU seventy-third
birthday quietly at his home
here. Ha took, a morning ride of ten
Dliaiter RaDorted at Tokyo.
Tokyo, Dec. 1. The report that twrf
Jananeso steamships have been sub
and 700 lives lost baa been receive
Fair; colder; strong southwest w)ft4a
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Italelgh, N. C, Dec. 1. Sheriff J
Edward Walker at the tatter's
was attempting to arrest Walker
charee of store burglary.
port under a heavy guard.
Changes In TurkUh Cabinet.
Constantinople, Dec. . Hilml .
hna been annolntea minister oi t
terlor. and Keflk Pasha, a memb
appointed minister of justice.
Vienna, Dec. 1. Baron von G
Kalmbach und RoaenbHrg baa
appointed ambsMfttor to Jftsa.