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THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1012.
PUBLIC SALE THE UNDERSIGN
od will dlsposo nt public sale at
her promises, lqcated a mile and ono
lialf south-east" of Canaan Corners
Hotel at 10 o'clock sharp, WEDNES
DAY APRIL 10, one ilvo-year-old
oolt, weight 1400, one two-year-old
olt, ono farm horso, sovon fresh
nllk cowb, quantity of Beed grain,
no DoLavall separator, nearly
low, all farming Implements, also
nearly now, ono organ piano case,
owing machine, largo baso heater,
thcr articles too numerous to men
Hon. Mrs. Ralph Haley, Canaan.
J. Haley, Auctioneer.
FOR SALE OLD PAPERS AT Fie
per bundle at tho Citizen ofllrc.
JuBt what you want to place under
your carpets. "
FOR SALE FARM HORSE
weight 1150, or will exchango for
roadhorse. Mclntyre, 121C Main
FOR SALE 1 VICTORIA, 2 CLOS
ed carriages, 1 double sleigh, 2
sets of harness. Prices very reason
able. Apply at tho Scranton Trust
Company, Scranton, Pa. 9tf.
FOR SALE r EGOS FOR HATCH
ing, Columbian Wyandotts. 1.50
per 13 Brown and White Leghorns,
0 and 75 cents per 13. Arch C.
Hlne, Orson, Pa. 27U
FOR SALE CHEAP SODA FOUN
taln with ebony top In llrst-class
condition; also two show cases. F.
F. Schuller, confectioner. 2Sel4
NINE-ROOM HOUSE AT FOUR
teen hundred seven Main street
for sale. All Improvements. Bent
ly Bros. Opposite postofflce. 23eltf
HOT CROSS BUNS THURS
day, Friday and Saturday at Sch
S. C. BUFF ORPINGTON EGGS.
Blooded stock. ?1.00 setting of
5. F. B. Lord, Honesdale, Pa. 24elt
S. C. BUFF ORPH1NGTON COCK-
erels for sale. F. B. Lord. 24eltf
WANTED- A FARM NEAR FOREST
City with good buildings. Give
lowest cash -price and complete de
scription. DOR1N, the Real Estate
HEUMANN'S THREE-PIECE OR
chestra are open to engagements
and will furnish music for all oc
casions. Will furnish stands. Ad
4ress Otto Hermann, Honesdale, Pa.
SO MEN AND BOYS WANTED TO
learn glass cutting. Krantz,
Smith Co., Honesdale, Pa. 23eltf
FOR RENT APRIL 1, 5 ROOMS
with Improvements on second floor,
1231 Westsldo Avenue, Honesdale,
Pa. Inquire of J. E. Cook. 17eoI
WHO HAS A DRIVING HORSE TO
exchange for a piano? Seo Mcln
tyre, tho Piano Man. 25elG
FOR RENT SEVEN ROOMS WITH
modern improvements, April 1.
Dr. C. R. Brady. 15U
WANTED COPIES OF CITIZEN,
Wednesday, February 7, 1912.
CASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD AND
silver by Sommer, Jeweler and
FOR SALE POOL TABLE, Z
Pratt Social club, Aldenvllle, Pa.
Tho Red Men held their Rais
ing of Oilicers on Tuesday evening
which was followed by a banquet.
The Vetter barber shop on Fifth
street Is being converted into a tene
ment house by William T. Mitchell,
Rev Will H. Hiller married
George Smith and Miss Nellie Vick
ers, both of Damascus, at the Metho
dist parsonage on April 1.
Master Allan Boyd's many
friends will regret to learn that ho
is not getting on as well as wlsiieu
and that his doctor has decided that
ho must go back to the hospital In
Scranton and have his leg reopened,
as tho wound has been discharging
matter since his arrival from tho
hospital about two months ago. The
original cause of his trouble was
tho chlckonpox which settled In tho
bone of his leg.
W. H. Bullock has returned
from a trip to Stroudsburg where ho
has been the past few days In the in
terest of horticultural work. Mr.
Bullock states that the peach crop In
Pennsylvania will bo light next sea
son, owing to the trees being injur
ed by the severe winter. Many buds
examined showed that they had been
killed Tho apple, pear and other
fruit bearing trees aro uninjured, ac
cording to Mr. Bullock.
- A meeting of the Honesdalo
High School Alumni was held at tho
High school on Wednesday night to
determine whether another Alumni
Banquet should bo held. Owing to
tho short notice given, tho attend
ance was small and hence no offi
cers were elected or committees ap
od. It was unanimously decided,
however, to hold tho banquet on
Juno A and to call another meeting
of tho Alumni on April 1C, to ap
point committees, etc., and -make
Every day Is bringing "Madame
Sherry" nearer to its local engage
ment. It is hitting tho high places
on Its second transcontinental trip.
again leaving In its wako millions
of laughing, deiignteu people and
facing as many more expectant audl-
enceB as It did last season. Never
before have laughter, music and
novelty and beauty of production
been so- thoroughly nnd artistically
combined as In tho case of "Madame
Sherry." and an wno view tno per
formanco admit there's a reason for
Its wonderful success. At tho Lyric
Wednesday evening, April 10. ,
Tho towers on tho Wyoming di
vision of tho Erlo railroad aro bo
lng boarded up. Yard crows In
Hawloy and Port Jorvls havo been
l-i-Marrlage llqeus'ifl havo .bison
granted toWllltarn D."Orr andVM
Etta 'lylcr Brown, both of Damas
cus, and also to TUdcn Rutledgo
and Anna Mao Glllls, both of Rllcy
vllle. Mrs. Georgo Cllnck, of Long
Ridge, near Hawley, died Wednes
day of tuberculosis, nged 29 years.
A husband, one daughter", father,
two brothers and two sisters survive.
Tho funeral will bo hold on Satur
day. C. A. Emory, ono of tho execu
tors of tho Kuhbach estate, has re
ceived from the International Lum
ber and Development company par
for the stock held by tho lato John
Kuhbach. This might bo of Interest
to those who hold stock thinking the
stock not of much value since 'tho
The dntcs given In tho printed
program for Mrs. Frledwald's read
ings, will be followed out according
ly for the balance of the course, to
avoid further confusion. Ibsen's
dramn. Peer Gynt, will be read Sat
urday, April 13. at 3:30 at tho High
school. An error in .print of the pro
gram would have made the readings
come upon two successive Instead of
alternate Saturdays, as was planned.
This was not discovered by the
Scranton management in time to
carry it out.
Miss Vera Murray is in Scranton.
Miss Lena Winans, of Avoca, is
visiting friends in Honesdale.
F. L. Glehrer was a Forest City
business caller the first of tho week.
Hon. E. B. Hardenbergh spent
Wednesday and Thursday In New
Miss Florence Moon, of Carbon
dale, is tho guest of Miss Ruth Rup
pert of Park street.
Miss Lucy Russell Is entertain
ing Misses 'Ruth Farmer and Mario
Corwln of New York.
John O'Neil left Wednesday for
Buffalo where ho will work at his
trade of glasscuttlng.
Miss Mildred Frqcmaih of New
York is spending two weeks with
Miss Nellie Bliss, of Wilkes-Barre,
will spend Sunday in the Maple City
Mrs. Geo. P. Ross entertained the
Knockers Club Thursday afternoon
David Peterson, of Lehigh Univer
sity, South Bethlehem, is home for
the Easter vacation.
Miss Maude Rehbein, of New York
city, will spend Easter with her par
ents on High street.
.Mrs. Gallagher, of West Side Ave
nue, has been the guest of her son,
Thomas, In Plttston tho past few
Miss Margaret Greene, of St.
Agnes School, Albany, Is tho guest
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer
Greene, during her Easter vacation
Mrs. Charels Rockwell and daugh
ter, Miss Harriet, are expected home
from Atlantic City on Monday. Mrs.
Rockwell Is said to be much Improv
ed In.JiealUi. .
EASTER IH THE CHURCHES
Grace Episcopal Church H:HO A. M
Grace church choir, assisted by
Mrs. J. B. Evans, contralto, and an
orchestra of five, will render tho fol
lowing Easter program:
Prelude Canzonetta Chad wick
Hymn "Welcome Happy Morn"
Gloria Tibi Tuckerman
Hymn "Come Yo Faithful"
Offertory Duet, "Our Saviour"
'Mrs. J. B. Evans and Mrs. Charles
Gloria in Excelsls Old Chant
Hymn "Christ tho Lord Is Risen"
Postlude March Herolque
10:30 A. M.
At Grace Episcopal church the
Easter day services will be Holy
Communion at G:30 'a. m.; Morning
Prayer, Holy Communion and Ser
mon at 10:30 a. m. Sdrraon text,
"Questioning among themselves what
tho rising from tho dead should
mean." Tho musical program for
these two services Is as follows:
Prelude Sanctus from Mass in E
Orchestra and Organ.
Processional The Golden Morn
Christ Our Passover Schnecker
To Deum In B Buck
Solo "Tho Resurrection Morn," . .
Mrs. L. A. Howell.
Hymn Como Yo Faithful
Gloria Tlbi Paxton
Hymn Welcome Happy Morn
Offertory "I Am Ho That Llveth."
Gloria in Excelsls.
Hymn, Angels Rolled tho Rock Away
Postlude Triumphal March Verdi
Organist and choir director, Miss
Mabel Broad. n
At 7:30 p. m. will bo held the
Easter servlco of the Sunday school,
which will Includo carols, hymns and
special music, reports and an ad
St. .Jolin'.s Itoinuii Catholic.
Sunday 8:30 a. m. low mass;
10:30 high mass with special sermon
nnd singing. Program:
Sunday at 7:30 Rosewig's Mass.
Miss Annlo Riley, alto, .and James
Monaghan, tenor, leaders. Other
parts will bo taken by Miss Anna
Caufleld, soprano; William Kalll-
chan, John Carroll, tenors; Thomas
Kelly, Lawrence Brled, Vincent Car-
1 tinea TYnpnaRlnnnl 'TMKnn
King"; offortory, "Strike tho Cyra
bal," Miss Beatrlco Havey, organist.
Central M. K. Church.
Central Methodist Episcopal
church. W H. II hr. Pastor. Sor
vices Easter Sunday, April 7, 1912,
10:30 a. m.:
1. Ononlng chorus, "Tho Lord Is
Risen Indeed," (Wllsno) chair.
2. Hymn No. IC'Day of Resur
rection," congregation and oholr.
3. The Anostles' Creed.
4. Double Quartette, "The Insurrec
5. Prayer, !Rov. A. C. Olvcr.
6. Solo "Tho Voice Triumphant"
(StulU), Miss Blanche Pcnrcc.
7. Scdpturd LcssOh.
8. .Tho Ulorla Pntrl: "
9. Scripture Lesson.
10. Offertory Anthcm--Chrlst Our
Passover, ('Schilling), choir.
11. Hymn, No. 1C3, "Como Yo
Faithful," congregation and choir.
12. Solo, (Selected), Miss Charlotto
13. Sermon, "The Message," -Rov.
Will H. Hlllcr.
14. Hymn No. 1C8, congregation and
7 :.'!() p. in.
1. Hymn, No. 1C5, opening chorus,
"Now Is ChrlBt Riven, (Wilson),
2. Hymn No. 105.
4. Solo, "Ave Maria," (Gounod),
Miss Flosslo Bryant.
5. Scripture Lesson.
C. Offertory Anthem "Christ the
Lord Is Risen," choir.
7. Solo "Hofinnna" (Granler),
Miss Jane Hngaman,
S. Hymn, No. 129.
9. Sermon "The Broken Seal,"
Rev. Will H. Hlllcr.
10. Hymn, 'No. 1G0.
Mrs. Nelson Spencer organist; Mr.
Frank Dupplus, cclloist of Reading,
will assist at tho evening service.
St. .1 (il m's Lutheran Cliurcli.
Good Friday Memorial of Christ's
Death, .2:30 p. m. Evening, 7:30
administration of tho Lord's Supper
Sunday, 7 o'clock a. in., Sunrise
service; 10 o'clock, preparatory ser
vice; 10:30 Administration of Lord's
Supper In German. Evening, 7:30,
A cantata, ".Easter Angels," will bo
The choir will be supported by
Presbyterian Church, 1 (::!(. Morn
Solo "Triumphant Morn," Miss
Trio "Easter Angels," Miss May
,'Robinson, Miss Eda Krantz, Miss
Anthem, by choir; solo part, Miss
Evening Service, 7:.'50.
Easter Cantata, "O'er Death Triumph
Bass Solo "It Is Appointed Unto
Man Once to Die," Joseph Bodic.
Chorus "If a Man Die Shall He Live
Solo, Soprano "Love Dovlne," Miss
Solo, Soprano '.'If Christ bo Raised
Not From tho Dead," Miss Edna
Quartette and chorus, "Tenderly His
Sacred Body In the Tomb, Is- Lad
Solo, Soprano "Oh Death Where Is
Thy Sting," Miss Florence Eldred.
Solo and Chorus, "All Hail. All Hail'
All Hail," solo, Miss Edith Swift.
Duet, Soprano and Alto, "Abide With
Us," Miss Freed and Robinson.
Recit Soprano, "All Power Unto Me
is Given," Miss Steolman.
Chorus, "Unto Him O'er Trium
phant." Morning sermon 10:30, Rev. W.
II. Swift, D. D., subject, "Christ Is
St. Magdalen's Church.
Sunday (Masses at 7:30, 8:30
and 10:30. Children's mass, 8:30;
10:30 High mass, at which time the
Papal Blessing will bo given. Spec
ial singing and sermon. Evening,
7:30, benediction and sermon. Rev.
W. Balta, priest, assisted by
Father Clemmons, of Calllcoon, N.
Easter services morning and even
ing. Rov. G. S, Wendell, pastor.
WHERE MR. JACKSON STANDS
HON. II. C. JACKSON.
'Several havo asked mo personally
and others by letter how 1 stand on
the following questions and havo re
quested mo to publish a statement of
my views. I assume that tho pub
lic nt this tlmo has a right to know.
I favor tho election of U. S. Sena
tors by direct voto of tho people.
There seems to bo a question or
a inlsunderstanulnK as to how 1
stand on tho abovo question, some of
my frjends throughout tho country
being undor tho Impression that I
voted against tho proposed resolu
tion nt the last session of tho legisla
ture. Tho fact Is that It did not
como to a voto at all but was In a
very unfair and underhanded way
rulod out until too lato to present to
Congress beforo tho adjournment of
that body last winter. I did, how
ovor, havo tho pleasure of signing i
petition to congress with, I think
about etghty-llvo others who would
havo voted for It sotting forth oui
position on tho abovo question.
I am a farmer and as such am in
torested in all that the farmer and
the farmers' organization, tho
Grange, are Interested In and If
elected will favor any and all legisla
tion in tholr bohalf.
Any legislation in favor of tho
wago-earner upon whom tho farmer
is to a great extent dopenuent, win
also receive my support.
I am In favor of free bridges on
tho Delawaro and will use all honor
ablo moans to obtain them.
I am In favor of tho people bavlng
a voice in tho making of our laws
and am, therefore, In favor of local
option and all other measures which
glvo tho voters a chanco to say how
and by whnt laws wo shall bo gov
erned; and shall favor such legisla
tion bb will offor tho freest and full
est oxpresslou of citizens on ques
tions concerning tho government of
H. C. JACKSON.
Tyler 01111. April 4, 1912.
WATER CO. CANNOT FORCE
PAYMENT OF BILL
United hjtnles Supreme Court Ren
ders Decision of Far ItcncliliiK
'Washington, April 4. Shutting
off water of delinquent consumers to
mnko them pay their bills is a prac
tice of wator companies disapproved
to-day by tho Supreme court. That
tho companies cannot cause an en
forced drouth by such means to make
customers pay up old debts was de
clared by tho court.
Tho decision was handed down In
the suit of Albert L. Match, of Covur
d'Alene City, Idaho, against tho Mu
nicipal Water company. Tho Idaho
Supremo court ordored the water
company to connect Hatch's pipes
nnd furnish him water, although his
rental was In arrears.
It was also stipulated that wator
companies must boar tho expense of
tapping their pipes to furnish con
nection with all city residences.
In reference to the abovo tho
Scranton Tribune-Ropubllcan editor
"Tho Supreme court In Washington
the other dny rendered a decision
which comes very close to tho poor.
The water company of Couver d'Alen
City, Idaho, shut off the wator from
the premises of Albert L. Hatch be
cause Hatch had failed to pay his
water bill. The case llnally got be
fore the highest court in the land and
the court has ordered the water com
pany to put back its pipes and turn
on. the water and supply to Albert L.
Hatch all ho wants. In other words,
It Is the judgment of the Supremo
Court that the water company can
not shut off the water from the man's
house In order to compel him to pay
his bill. Possibly the same ruling
will apply to all public service cor
porations. It has como to be a very
common devise with water compan
ies, gas companies, electric light com
panies and telephone companies to
shut off their service when their cus
tomers fall in arrears. Tho court
might not rulo in tho same manner
in the case of gas, electric and tele
phone companies, but In the Hatch
case It was decided that companies
cannot cause an enforced drought to
mako cutsomers pay old debts.
"Public service corporations havo
generally adopted rather harsh meth
ods of collection, t'eopio ougnt to
pay their bills, but Is Is a question
whether tho corporations have the
right to press collections by any oth
er means than those which are open
to merchants or; any other service
professions. To turn off the water
or light from a man's house would
seem to bo a very drastic collection
method and if permitted at all ought
to b- a last resort after all other
means havo failed."
(Special to The Citizen.)
'Beach Lake, April 4.
Rain and mud and plenty of It.
Our pastor has returned for tho
third year. Narrowsburg Is to unite
with us this year, so If It works har
moniously It will bo arranged to re
main that way Jn tho future.
Mrs. Whltmore spent Sunday with
her.mother, Mrs. Brown.
Tuesday, April 9, Rev. Seymour
will give us a lecture, subject,
"Twenty-ono Years In tho Coal
Mine." There will also bo some
high class music.
Our school closed last Friday.
Everything has been very satisfac
tory both with teacher and pupils.
Floyd Bailey and family roturnea
home Saturday after spending tho
winter In Honesdale.
John WIzzard has moved his fam
ily on tho old Ham homestead. He
Is going to do somo farming, besldo
carting milk for Borden's.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. VanGorder are
both on tho gain but they seem to
bo In very poor shape for spring
Floyd Hiller Is working for Ms
uncle, Horaco Budd.
C. A. Budd Is attending court at
Honesdilo this week.
Miss Margaret Maloney has been
dress-making for Mrs. Richards.
Mrs. Wm. Dunn entertained an
of tho Odd Fellows and tholr wives
last Friday night. A good time was
Closing Out Sale
As wo aro going out of busi
ness our entire stock of shoes
and rubbers must bo sold at
onco regardless of cost.
'Wo havo shoes of all kluds
and we aro closing thorn out bo-
low cost. Como In and see for
yourself. Big bargain In hats.
Myers' Shoe Store
530 Main street, Honesdale, Pa.
STORE FOR RENT.
Estate of JOHN II. VAHCOE,
Lato of Damascus Township,
Tho undersigned, an auditor ap
pointed to report distribution of tho
funds in hands of Alonzo r. bearie,
executor of said estate, will attend to
tho duties of his appointment on
MONDAY, APRIL 29, 1912,
at 2 o'clock p. in,, at his offico In
tho borough of Honesdale, at which
time and place all claims against
said estate must bo presented, or ro-
courso to tho fund lor distribution
will bo lost.
E. C. MUMFORD, auditor.
' Honesdalo, April 3. 1912. 28w4
So Does the Frafey Vi
brator, but with more
Tho FRALEY 'HAND VIBRATOR
Is tho ono massage machlno that
works In a thorough and cleanly
mnnnor only tho tips of the opera
tor's fingers touch tho face. It has
no ovll-smolllng, germ-collecting rub
As for tho Fraloy System of Hand
Massage, It Is known as tho most
sanitary and scientific ever discov
ered. The Fraley Vibrator is used in
Win. H. OLSEN'S IT
867 Main Street
Opposite Union Depot
Wo are glad to say that Rev. 'Mr.
Scott Is to remnln with us another
J. tl. Smith, who has been very
sick, is better at this writing.
Edson Whltmore, who has been
visiting his sister in Delhi, returned
home last week.
Ed. Vanpolt has moved to Deposit.
Mrs. Alice Lincoln spent a few
days in Binghamton last week.
Frank Little has sold his farm to
James Cuyle. Possession was given
in Fine Groceries
will provide your table with everything 1 sirahle for the occasion
White Rose Canned Vegetables and Delicacies
are the best of their kind
All kinds of Pickles, Salmon, Catsup, Condiments, etc.
We have a large variety of the many
different kinds you may want
HAMS FOR EASTER
A well cooked ham Is the Piece de Resistance or standby for many
tables at Easter. It should be selected with care. We have made
special provision for our Easter Hams,
OUR FRAGRANT TEAS. AND COFFEES
are appreciated for their fine flavor and good Cup qualities. Old
Government Java and Mocha, our own true mixture, is the same
"Old Reliable" sold you 25 years ago.
' - The Satisfaction Giving Qualities Of
Classify It distinctly as the flour, 'par excellence." There aro many
brands, but only one "Niagara Spray." Try a barrel or bag of It.
Fresh Fruits and Produce, Oranges, Grape Fruit,
Strawberries for your short cake, Celery, Lettuce,
Tomatoes, Parsley, Cranberries, Etc. Etc.
Wholesale and Retail
B1RTHST0NE FOR APRIL
We havo tho largest assortmtMit of DIAMONDS over seon,in
Honesdale, all mounted and weighing from one-eighth to one and
three fourths carats.
For this month we are offering exeeptiinal values. See our
window display and come in and price thm.
"The Shop of Newness."
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A Full Line of Fancy Easter Goods
BUY YOUR EASTER GOODS AT
$ THE HONESDALE
And Have Your Name Printed
on tho eggs free of charge.
Best Homo-Madd Confectionery
and ico cream soda.
High Grado Chocolates and Fruits.
Candy eggs, Cream eggs, Rahhits, Chickens and other 8
things to mako tho little ono's Easter glad. tt
Gougoulis & Chakiris, Prop's. I
541 Main St. Bell phone. Honesdale, Penn.
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Tho Dress Goods shown by Monnor
& Co. for this season aro very at
Wayne County Schools.
' meant method
CANDIDATE FOR ASSEMBLY.
I hereby announco to the voters of
Wayno county that I am for tho sec
ond and last tlmo a candidato for tho
nomination and election for Repre
sentative In tho General Assembly
at Harrlsburg. I thoreforo solicit
the aid and support of all my friends
at the Primaries to bo held April 13,
II. C. JACKSON.
Tyler Hill. Pa. lloel
I hereby announce myself as a.
candidate for a delegate from tho
Fourteenth Congressional district to
tho National Republican Convention
to bo held In Chicago in June, favor
ing tho nomination of Theodore
Roosevelt for President. Primaries
April 13, 1912.
D. R. STEPHENS,
23el8t. Athens, Pa.
Large, Crisp and Good Flavor,
Pure Bordeaux Olive Oil
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