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THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1912.
FOIt SALE ONE DHAPT HOUSE,
color black. Apply to Gurncy
Electric Elovntor Company 83tf
FOIt SALE CHEAP PONY 1IAR
ness, sleigh, buggy, bells, etc. In-
qulro White MIIIb Drug Store.
FOR SALE DESIRABLE DWELL
lng house and lot on East Street
Extension; all improvements. Bar
gain. J. 13. Hobluson, Agent, Jad
wln Building. GSoltf
HOUSE FOU SALE THREE GOOD
legs and one good eye. Work any
where. '$25.00. Mclntyro. 83t2
A FINE OLD VIOLIN FOR SALE,
llrst $20.00 takes it; one flddlc,
$3.00, another one $l.b0. Address
or call evenings, between 6 and
7:30. H. A. Wagner, S27 Main St.
FOR SALE OR RENT A GOOD
farm ?i mile from Erlo Railroad
and Milk station at Milanvllle. Ap
ply to "Buyuahom" Realty Co.,
Honesdale, Pa., Box 524. 73tf
"AGRICULTURAL LIME" GET
our prices on Agricultural Llmo F.
O. B. your nearest station in carload
lots. Martin Hermann, Calllcoon, N.
FOUND GOLD MESH FOB WITH
initials F. E. G. Owner can have
samo by applying to Adam Brloten
backer and paying for this advertise
ment. FOR RENT DESIRABLE ROOMS
on Ridgo street. Both steam heat;
modern improvements. Inquire 200
Ridge street. 81t2
GIRL WANTED AT EDDY HOTEL.
Hawley, Pa. Slt2
WANTED FIFTY CAR REPA1R
ers or men to learn car repairing.
Apply to D. &. H. Company car shop,
Carbondale, Pa., or G. W. Penwar
den, yardmaster, Honesdale, for in
IN HONESDALE THIS WEEK
Will be here again week of Oct.
14th, at Hotel Wayne. Sam. S.
Wlnt, Piano Timer.
LET THE LACKAWANNA DO
your laundry. Thomas F. Bracy,
Honesdale, agent. Look for our
wagon with tho sign "Lackawanna
Laundry Co." 57tf
DELAWARE & HUDSON.
Arrive Honesdale Dally Sun.
A. M. 10.00 9.55
P. M. 3:15 C.50
Leave A. M. 6:55 10: lu
P. M. 12:25 7.15
Arrive Honesdale Daily Sun.
P. M. 1:30 7:10
t , A.I. S:22 .
P. M. 2:53 2.53
Wo aro enterine into one of the
greatest eras of prosperity. Is it
wrong to bo prosperous? No! Then
it is wrong to change conditions.
Mrs. McKee, of White Mills,
while visiting in Honesdale last
week, had the misfortune to fall
down stairs and injure herself quite
seriously She was taken to her sis-
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ler S J1UU1U, .UJija XUU UUUlUiO, uu
Thursday afternoon whero sho is
resting quite comfortably.
Rrnpst Vnn Dolnn of White Mills
and Miss Minnie Leah, of Dickson
City, were married in tho Lutheran
church at White Mills by Rev. A.
Gallenkamp on Saturday. Only the
immediate members of both families
were present. Tho young couple left
for New York for a short honey
nr IlrniHnv Ylfilillnir. nf Me-
shoppen, one of tho most prominent
dentists of Wyoming county, was
instantly killed Friday afternoon,
when his auto came unmanagable on
a dangerous hill near Laceyville.
Tho car turned turtle and Dr.
Yielding was found crushed to death
beneath it. Ho was forty-five years
of ago and is survived by a wlfo and
Tripoli Dnfltph. thn new uronrie-
tor of the Eddy Hotel at Hawley,
gave a banquet to his friends at tho
hotel in honor of the opening ofAho
hostelery to tho public for the first
tlmo under tho new management.
Tho Honesadlo band was invited to
attend, which they did and rendered
music for tho occasion. Jake's
Honcsdalo friends wish him much
suctess in his new business venture.
-On Friday evening last J. W.
Copperwaite. constablo of Clinton
oivnKniTi. nroiiirnt iranK uuiul: iu
hi. . . . . 1 . . . 1 ..nr... utnn 10 " in . 1 .
and lives in Browndale, was charg
ed with beating up his wife when In
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.held beforo Justice of tho Peaco S.
J Stanton at Aldenvlllo and Conig
was placed under ball. In default
of bail ho was brought hero to await
tho action of tho grand jury. When
brought hero Conlg was suffering
from an acute caso of dolerlum and
Friday night ho succeeded In tearing
up part of his cell.
,1'maMnnt Tnffr nnw Tina liln own
electoral ticket In Pennsylvania and
Republicans may vote for hlra with
assuranco that votes for him will be
counted. The names of the Taft
electora who succeeded tho Rooso
volters woro filed at tho Stato Capi
tol last week by Congressman M. E.
Olmstead and Stato Chairman Was
son and are now ready to bo certi
fied to tho counties of tho Stato. Mr.
Olmstead, acting for Philadelphia
people, then filed tho -withdrawal of
tho Lincoln party electoral and Stato
tickets. It is possible that tho
Washington electora will shortly re
tiro from the Bull Mooso and Roose
velt 'Progressive tickets.
Sonnor's orchestra furnished
music at a danco at Narrowsburg on
Kroltnor Bros, aro remodeling
tho home of William Dodgo on Main
street by raising tho first floor one
Tho Red Men will hold their In
stallation of o dicers nt their hall this
evening and It will bo followed by a
A marrlngo llccnso wns Issued
in Scranton on Thursday Inst to
Raymond J. IClcckner nnd Miss
Florence C. Watson, both of Hones
dale. Tho Knockers Club gnvo Mrs.
Geo. P. Ross a party in honor of hor
birthday on Monday evening. After
plnylng Five Hundred, dainty re
freshments wcro enjoyed.
Tho Whatsoever Clrclo of tho
Methodist church realized over $50
from the rummago salo whicn they
conducted in tho Penwnrden building
during the past few days.
Allen Lawrence, of Scranton,
has announced a sale of farming
Implements and stock at tho Law
renco farm, ono mile north of Beth
any, nt 1:30 p. m. on Wednesday,
Mr. Farmer, you are ono of tho
mnjorlty of voters of the country, and
you aro to decide the result of tho
election. Aro you going to endanger
your present prosperity by making a
change? Why change?
Shall wo havo four years of Wil
son's untried theories, or four years
of Roosevelt's radicalism and re
venge, or shall we havo a continua
tion of the safo and businesslike
policies of President Taft?
Stephen Robblns, of Jcrmyn, a
former resident of near Fortenia,
this county, was killed In some un
known manner Sunday evening near
his late home In Jermyn. Ho Is sur
vived by his wife and six children.
Charles Weinberg, of White
Mills, who has been In Corning, N.
Y., for the past three months, is
visiting his parents there. Ho will
go from there to Somerville, Mass.,
whero ho has obtained employment.
Court convened at 2 o'clock
Monday afternoon and tho members
of tho Wayne county bar were pres
ent to discuss the cases to come be
fore the court week after next for
trial. There will bo seven common
wealth cases and seven trial cases to
come before tho October term of
sMr. and Mrs. Theodore Sehiess
ler of East Extension street, cele
brated their 25th wedding anniver
sary on Monday evening by enter
taining about 35 of their neighbors
and friends. After a very pleasant
evening, dainty refreshments were
served. Tho Citizen congratulates
Mr. and Mrs. Schlessler and wishes
them another 25 years of happy
The basket ball gamo advertis
ed last Saturday night as the "open
ing" game of tho season, was only
a preliminary, or sort of a practice,
game between two teams of little ex
perience who called themselves the
Rink Five Juniors and the Defend
ers. The former team won by the
score of 9 to 5. The real opening of
the basket ball season will bo about
October 25th when the "Maple City
Five," last year's "Rink Five," Willi
probably battle against Taylor, last
year's champions of Lackawanna
and Luzerne counties. The Maple
City Five have arranged to rent the
Rink outright on tho nights they
play basket ball, not being employ
ed by the Rink management this
During the past week work at
tho Elevator site has progressed ra
pidly. Tho north, east and west walls
of the main shop foundation of the
building is completed and the first
course of brick has been laid upon
these walls. Tho interior column
footings aro ready for tho structural
steel work and grading tho shop
floor Is now being done. All except
two footings for tho building In the
main shop, which is 212x160 feet,
havo been dug and columns erected.
Some difficulty has been experienced
by water in digging, but by means
of a steam cyphon tho water is with
drawn without any difficulty and
much easier and faster than by hand;
pump. Tho sills for the factory aro j
being constructed of concrete They
aro faced with white cement and
sand and give tho appearanco of
sand stone. t
Philip Barhelt, formerly of
Prompton, was arrested in Hones
dalo on Monday morning by Officer J.
J. Canivan, charged with deserting
his wlfo and family and making
away with the former's horso and
buggy at West Damascus on tho 22d
of September last. A hearing of tho
case was held In 'Squire Robert A.
Smith's office at tho court houso on
Monday afternoon. Peter II. Iloff,
attorney, represented tho plaintiff.
After hearing tho evidence Barhelt
was committed to Jail, having failed
to put up tho required amount of
bail. Mrs. Barhelt alleges that on
September 22, her husband desert
ed her and her six children and went
off taking with him a horso and
buggy belonging to her. Sho brought
tho action to recover tho horso but
as Barhelt has probably sold tho
horso no trace of Its present owner
can bo found. Tho case will prob
ably go to court.
Tho Honesdalo Consolidated
Electric Light, Heat and Power
Company havo ordered two lighting
standards to bo placed In front of
their office on Soventh street. Both
will bo of tho samo design but ono
will bo equipped for gas and tho
other for electricity. It is tho pur
pose of Superintendent Elsleo to of
fer flattering inducements to tho
merchants of tho town onabling them
to secure theso lights to bo placed in
front of their respective stores on
Main streot. A special rato will also
bo mado to tho storekeepers for win
dow lighting purposes. A special
rate for this will bo provided. Even
though tho stores might bo closed
this would havo n tendency to ad
vertise tho merchant's goods by mak
ing a nlco window display. It
would also light tho streot and
Honesdalo would have a great white
way of Its own. Lighted windows
would also mako n better impression
upon visitors coming Into our town
at night. It will glvo tho appear
anco of moro business lifo existing
here. Tho project should too sup
ported by ovory merchant.
Tho Citizen's bulletin board at
tracted qulto a number of people
Tuesday morning when it announced
tho shooting of Theodoro Roosevelt
with particulars. All morning pas
sersby stopped to read tho news be
foro tho morning papers arrived. If
you want all the nows nil tho time
read Tho Citizen.
Parties from Now York City
hnvo been in Honesdalo of lato with
tho purposo of taking up tho proposi
tion of developing Wnyno county's
belated trolley road. Tho capitalist
Is very much elated with tho project
and it Is expected that there will bo
something done toward developing
samo. It Is tho earnest request of
ovory business man of Honesdalo that
tho proposition may bo brought to a
head for a trolley road between
Honesdale nnd Hawley would bring
hundreds of peoplo to tho stores
horo that now go elsewhere. Let'B
nil hopo there Is some foundation for
Homer Greene was a nassencer to
New York Tuesday.
Mrs. John Krantz was a caller in
Scranton on Saturday.
F. A. Jenkins wns a business call
er In Paupack Saturday.
F. S. Morrltt spent tho week-end
In Now York on business.
F. A. Jenkins was a business
culler In Paupack on Friday.
Julius Freund, of Scranton, was
a guest of his parents on Sunday.
Fred E. Lawyer Is spending a few
days in tho metropolis on business.
Charles Schuller, of New York, is
spending a few days In town on busi
ness. Mrs. G. W. Pell and Christian
Bergman were visitors In Scranton
Vincent Kilroo of New York, spent
the week-end with friends and rela
Mrs. J. D. Weston and Mrs. W.
F. Suydnm are spending a few days
in New York City.
A. A. Oehlort and wlfo havo re
turned from a week's visit with rela
tives at Bloomsburg.
Marcey Truscott has returned
from a western tr.ip in tho interest
of Birdsall Bros. Co.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Brown were
Scranton and WIlkes-Barre visitors
Saturday and Sunday.
R. A. Smlh, Jr., of Stroudsburg,
spent Sunday with his parents here
and friends in Bethany.
IMiss Anna Brown, who was oper
ated upon In a Scranton hospital re
cently, Is much Improved.
Olr. and Mrs. C. H. Dorflinger of
White Mills, are spending the week
at their .bungalow at Cape Cod,
Bruco Carthright, of Chicago, is
being entertained at tho home of H.
Z. Russell and family on Church
H. Z. Russed and daughters,
Misses Marietta and Lucy, returned
last week from a few days' stay in
Henry Hilton, of Jersey City,
snent Sundav nnrl "Monrtnv with his
son, Conductor Charles II. Hilton, on
Mr. and Airs. Wm. H. Hnwkpn .incl
daughter, Miss Lactea, returned
nome irom a tnreo days automobile
trip through tho Lackawanna valley.
Mr. and Mrs. John Teideraan of
Jersey City, N. J., returnod to their
homo on Sunday after spending a
few days at the homo of Mr. nmi
Mrs. William DoReamer at White
Rev. John O'Toolo attended the
laying of the corner stone at Holy
Rosary church In Scranton on Sun
day. Father Theodore of Scranton
filled tho Honosdnlo nnlnlt nt 3t
Mrs. Chas. Truscott entertained a
number of her friends nt vvn Hun
dred at her home on Park street
ihursday evening. Prizes were won
by Misses Vera Murray and Minnie
Schuller. Dainty refreshments were
Mrs. Mary Van Dolan, of White
Mills, left for New York city, on
Friday morning, whero on Saturday
morning she embarked on a Ham
burg Lino steamer for Cuxhavcn,
Germany, where she will spend the
Miss Martha M. Collum and sister,
Mrs. Elmer Beardsleo, of Hawley,
left Friday for a fow days' visit with
Rev. and Mrs. John P. Crane, at
Now Mllford. Thev will nlcn vUit
relatives at Bald Mount beforo re
F. C. Nlles, of Kansas City, Mo.,
who With his wlfo and nnnhniv Tnhn
Nlies, of Denver, Colorado, have
ueen touring tno countries of Franco,
Germany, Switzerland and Italy by
auto for tho past few months, spent
Friday at the homo of .his undo and
aunt, 'Squire and Mrs. R. A. Smith,
on West street, departing for his
homo Friday evening. His wlfo and
nephow loft somo time ago.
Early Friday morning tho post
olfico and store conducted by J. E.
Elliot nt Holllstcrvlllo was entered
and robbed by burglars. Tho rob
bers mado away with all the stamps
on hand in tho postofllco and a
quantity of merchandise from tho
store. Entrance was galnod by
breaking a window. Tho discovery
of tho robbery was not mado until
tho next morning when Mr. Elliot
arrived to open up his storo for tho
WILL LOCATE IX GREENE TWP.
Chris Woltjen, who lives In Wayne
county, near Newfoundland, Is plan
ning to removo to tho farm of his
father-in-law, Fred Sleg, In Greene
township, somo tlmo iu November,
tho letter's four daughters and four
sons having all married nnd moved
away. Agnes, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Woltjen, has for somo tlmo
been keeping house for her grand
father, who is now in his 81st year.
He has a flno farm of 200 acres and
his son-in-law is removing from his
own placo, to which ho Is very much
attached, to aid in caring for his
wife's father during tho evening of
FACTORY FOR HONESDALE
Hoard of Trntlo Working In Interest
of Development of W. C.
Tho Greater Honesdalo Board
of Trade at Its regular meeting held
last Friday evening conducted con
siderable business of Importance that
will be of vital Interest to Wnyno
county and Honcsdalo.
Tho first Is the possibility of se
curing nnother shoo factory for
Honcsdnle. Instead of being a welt
shoo that will be manufactured, tho
proposed shoo will bo known as a
turned shoo. Tho company -proposo
to mnkc 50 vnrlcties of turned shoes,
nono of which aro mado in Hones
dale today, they being McKay and
Goodyear welts. Among tho varieties
will Include ladies' .Polish boots,
balls boots, sandnls, Juliets, slip
pers, congress boots a?id men's
opern, Romeo and Evcretts slippers.
Tho company's representative, who
visited Honesdalo on Friday last,
claimed, owing to breaking In green
help that the company would not
manufacture over 200 pair of shoes
per day for the first six months. Ho
visited tho vacated Honcsdalo Shoe
company's Into factory and was very
much Impressed with the building.
Tho Board of Trade discussed the
proposition nnd it was tho consensus
of opinion that It was a first-class
one, as tho company did not ask any
bonus from tho town. Tho secretary
was Instructed to correspond with
the parties, offering a flattering in
ducement to tho proposed company
to locato In Honesdale.
Tho other proposition was from
the Crop Improvement Bureau, of
Chicago, In which said bureau of
fered to pay $1,000 to an agricul
turalist to develop Wayno county.
This is backed up by tho Federal
government, 'which ngrees to sup
port tho Crop Improvement Bureau
and pay from one-half to one-third of
tho salary and expense of tho pro
posed farm bureau in Wayno county
tho second year and after. It is the
pupoose of tho Crop Bureau to de
velop Wayno county and to obtain
more from the soil. Tho paid agri
culturalist, who also must be a good
chemist, nnalizes the soil and tells
the farmer what his farm Is best
adapted for raising. Wayno county
Is also to contribute toward tho sup
port of the expert man through the
granges, farmers, merchants, banks
and Board of Trade.
Tro Board thoroughly discussed
the matter and upon motion, T. B.
Clark, W. B. Lesher and Chauncy
Bates were appointed a committee
to further investigate the proposi
tion and report to the Board as soon
The Board of Trade is Indebted to
Luis Jackson, Industrial agent of the
Erie railroad, for presenting Wayne
county before tho Crop Improve
ment committee for development.
Rudolph Weichel and Mrs. Eflie
Sherman were re-marrled on Sept.
30 by Justice W. H. Ham. The
couple were first married about a
year ago and according to tho court
record they were separated by di
vorce on Sept. 30, 1911.
THE COMING OF "FRECKLES."
r ' Great care has been taken by
Manager A. G. Delamater in selecting
tho artists to creato tho different
roles In tho dramatization of Gene
Stratton-iPorter's novel "Freckles."
Tho most difficult role to fill was that
of Freckles as it not only required
an exceedingly young, handsome ac
tor but one who was possessed of a
Grand Opera voire as well. At
least a hundred different applicants
were interviewed beforo ono was se
lected. Thero aro very few Scotch
artists in America at present disen
gaged, therefore it was necessary to
send to England for actors to play
Mr. and Mrs. Duncan. Tho other
parts are portrayed by American ac
tors and actresses all of whom are
thoroughly familiar with tho types
prevailing In the locale whero the
story is laid.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
J. Adam Reltenauer et ux. of Tex
as to John Sonner, of Honesdale,
property in Honesdalo borough; con
Frank Gruden, Browndale, to
Frank Debovez, of Browndale, land
In Clinton township; consideration,
Fred. Ehrhardt, guardian of Har
old and Georgo Hessler, of New
York, to Joseph Cyphers et ux, land
in Dyberry township; consideration,
Howard A. Swingle et ux. of Lake
to Mary Etta Shaffer, samo, land In
Lako township; consideration $600.
'Mary E,. Bonesteel, of Damascus,
to Georgo C. Abrahams, samo place,
Innd In Damascus township; consid
W. T. Wilcox et ux. of Mt. Pleas
ant, to Silas E. Faucher and Georgo
F. Faucher of Preston, land in Pres
Orrln J. Brundage et ux. of
Scranton, to Freellng Brundage of
Lake, land In Lake, 400.
Harvey J. Daniels et ux. South
Cnnnan, Freellng Brundage, South
Canaan, land in South Canaan, $150.
Harvey J. Daniels et ux. of So.
Cannan, Charles W. McKlnloy, of
South Cannan, land In Canaan,
STALKER AND B RAMAN.
(Special to Tho Citizen.)
Stalkor and Braman, Oct. 15.
Mrs. Eugene McCluro, of Deposit,
spent part of last week with Mrs.
W. Koys and othor friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rauner and
daughter Alice, visited their daugh
ter, Mrs. Fred Hlnemau, at Port Jor
vls last week.
Mrs. Mary Washington of Calll
coon, is assisting Miss Lodusky
Barnes for two weeks.
Miss Kolly, of Pino Flat, attended
tho L. A. S. hero last Thursday.
Henry Thomas loft alst week Wed
nesday to do somo carpentor work at
Miss Mary RIpplo spent Sunday at
her homo, Honosdnlo, and returnod
to hor school Monday.
Rev. and Mrs. Bowon, of Lookout,
nttondod tho L. A. S. at Mrs. H. R.
Stalkor's last Thursday.
Mrs. George Lott, who Is not woll,
wont to Calllcoon last Thursday to
got advlco of Dr. tMcClelon.
SUDDEN DEATH OF W, J,
Stricken Sunday Afternoon nt tiie
Jlonio of Ills Mother, Mrs. 1. 8.
Harney Funeral Wednesday.
The sudden death of William
James Van Keuren, of this placo, on
Sunday afternoon shocked tho towns
people and cast a gloom over tho en
tlro community. Mr. Van Kouren
had been in apparently good health
prior to his death and attended to
his duties In tho Petersen Jewelry
store on Saturday as usual. Sunday,
wniio in tho homo of Mrs. Potor S.
Barnes, with his family, Mr. Van
Kcuron was taken suddenly ill and
succumbed shortly afterwnrds, of
angina pectoris. The subject of this
sketch was born In Honesdale March
20, 1S56, whero ho lived all his life.
He was ono of a family of flvo chil
dren, Mrs. George H. Birdsall, or
Scranton, being the sole survivor of
that family. Their parents were the
late Cornelius and Elizabeth Hawker
Van Keuren. On March 20, 1878,
Mr. Van Keuren was united In mar
riage with Miss Florenco O. Barnes
by whomo, besides two sons, Rus
sell IV, of this place, and Harold O.
Van Keuren, of Pittsburg, the de
ceased is survived.
Mr. Van Kouren was apprenticed
to W. A. Greeley, watchmaker, In
early life, with whom he learned his
trade. He afterwards secured em
ployment with C. Petersen, for whom
he worked 18 years. Ho then went
In business for himself for a few
years and during the past 10 years
has been with the Petersen Jewelry
Mr. Van Keuren had a number of
friends In Honesdale, all of whom
sympathize deeply with the bereaved
family In his death. He was a mem
ber of Grace Episcopal church. He
was highly respected and was ono of
the best citizens of Honesdale.
The funeral will be held from his
late home on Court street this Wed
nesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev.
A. L. Whittaker officiating. Inter
ment will be made in Glen Dyberry
Friends of the deceased who wish
to take the last farewell view of the
departed are requested to call at his
late home between the hours of 10
and 12 o'clock Wednesday morning.
Tho family have tho profound
sympathy of the community in the
death of their late husband and
TEACHERS MEET AT ARIEL.
The fall meeting of the Teachers'
Association was held at Ariel on Fri
day and Saturday of last week and
many teachers from the county at
tended. Twelve teachers from the
Honesdale schools were present on
Friday evening and Saturday. Dr.
Smith Burnham, professor of his
tory, 'West Chester State Normal
school spoke Friday evening and Sat
urday afternoon. There was an ad
dress by W. II. Bullock, stato hor
ticultural inspector and several pa
pers and addresses by teachers.
MINIATURE COAL MINE AT FOR
TENIA. Frank J. Varcoe, of this place, has
secured the right from the Delaware
and Hudson railroad officials to
screen all the flll-in on tho old Grav
ity railroad at Fortenia. It Is
claimed that there aro from eight
to ten thousand tons of coal in this
old railroad bed. Screens have been
ordered and some of the equipment
Is upon the ground. Work will be
commenced as soon as possible.
1. When a retail business house Is successful
thero must bo a goo1 reason for It.
2. Their goods must havo merit.
3. Their prices must bo reasonable.
4. Their treatment of customers must bo fair.
5. Rowland's Is ono of the fastest growing re
tail stores In Honesdalo.
6. Their success is admitted by all competitors.
7. Their success Is based on well known laws.
7. Their standard of quality Is Unusually high.
8. Their prices aro exceptionally low.
9. Their dealings havo always been fair.
10. Tho only way goods will sell themselves Is
through high quality at reasonably low prices.
11. Tho discriminating buyer has made Bow
land's success possible.
12. Thero aro enough good Jewelry buyers In
Honesdalo and vicinity to mako a concern of this
kind grow from a small houso to ono of enviable
13. This they aro accomplishing.
14. Rowland's is the sort of a Jewelry store you
should bo acquainted with.
15. Drop us a post card for ono of our fall
jewelry catalogs whlih will bo mailed you free
Jeweler of Quality.
WE DO LOTS OF OPTICAL WORK TOO.
DON'T TAKE CHANGES, BUY A : :
i : i DOCKASH AND BE SURE.
A Dockash Stovo will make your coal bills less this wlntor. Dock
ash grates savo ono quarter of your coal bill.
A Dockash stovo always bakes well as it is heated evenly on
A Dockash stovo burns up quickly in tho morning. No long
wait for breakfast If you havo a Dockash.
Dockash ranges cost no moro than ordinary stoves. Tako no
chances, buy a Dockash and bo happy.
Seo our big lino of Dockash heating stoves now on display.
Everything for the Farm. Honesdale, Pa.
.MRS. KIMBLE HURT IN ACCIDENT
Vehicle!) Collide Saturday Evening
In tho Dark and Shaft Pene
trates Below Hor Hip.
On Saturday night about cloven
o'clock tho delivery wagon of Marsh
& Fish, grocers, driven by Raymond
Ilambly, collided with the doublo
seated rig driven by Fred Kimble,
on North Main street near the resi
dence of Prof. H. A. Oday, and re
sulted In tho Berious Injury of Mrs.
Rush Klmblo one of tho occupants.
Fred Kimble, who lives near Pleas
ant Valley, In company with his
sister, Miss Besslo, his mother, Mrs.
Rush Klmblo, and Mrs. Jackson had
been In Honesdalo during tho even
ing and started for homo somo tlmo
after ten o'clock. Raymond Harab
ley, who drives tho delivery wagon
for Marsh & Fish, had been up Main
street with a lato order and was re
turning around the bend In the street
and did not see the approaching car
riage. Ho had a lighted lantern In
his wagon and was on tho right hand
sldo of tho road. The glare of tho
street light was In front of him and
ho could seo nothing, until he crash
ed Into the carriage and the point of
the shaft penetrated Mrs. Kimble's
body Just below tho hip, causing a
deep wound, ttnd breaking tho shaft.
At this tlmo the horse, attached to
tho delivery wagon, Jumped, throw
ing, Hambley out of the wagon but ho
suceeded In holding onto tho reins,
as the horse Jumped clear of the
wagon. Tho damage to tho deliv
ery wagon lies In a broken shaft and
harness and n rear wheel on Mr.
Klmblo's wagon was caved In. Af
ter the accident Mrs. Klmblo was tak
en to the home of Charles Bullock
who lived near and Dr. Powell was
called. He dressed tho wound and
outside of Intense pain for a day or
two the Injury will not materally
affect Mrs. Kimble. She was later
removed to her home In Pleasant
In ascertaining the position of tho
two vehicles after the accident it
would seem that Mr. Kimble saw tho
approaching delivery wagon by tho
lighted lantern In it and drew his
team of horses to the side of tho
road but not far enough before the
other crashed Into Jilm.
TO HONOR EDDIE MURPHY.
Ed. Murphy, of White Mills, who
has been doing some clever baso ball
playing this season and especially
the past few months with the Ath
letics, is homo for a vacation. Tho
boys of his homo town honored him
Tuesday night In Florence theatro
by holding a reception.
Superintendent FItzsimmons of
tho Criminal Insane Hospital at Far
viow is very anxious to secure labor
ers. Elsewhere appears an advertise
ment In which ho asks for 20 men
and agrees to pay them $1.75 per
FAR VIEW STATION.
The foundation for the now Del
aware and Hudson depot at Farview
is completed. Tho railorad company
will soon erect a line modern station
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