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THE CITIZ1CN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ao, 1912.
PAGE FTVB y
In real estate. It
lng liouso and lot on EaBt Street
iuu. j. u. ivuuinson, Agent, jaa-
iu uunuiuK. inn ti
uil OiXLitL, UK ilitilNT A UUU1J
farm mlln frnm Rrln T?nllrnnri
nrl MMlr otnflnn nt f 1 1 n . . 1 1 f A .
EUROE KM KILT'S FAMOUS? n(1T.
tied beer at Loris Silver Cafe.
gle Comb Dlack Minorca Cockerel.
ortntlt) strain, tun RtnoK tn.it. nvn
6 cents each nt the yard, near Ty-
r mil. .1. 1 . iiran ininnqfi o
The personal property of the
11 fiapnilant win lo on H nt mDilIn
ULcri ul 111s iarm in nnriin iown-
in nn "Mnnrl.iv Vnvnmhnr nt
p. ni. Among the- articles to be
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n fir lor rnrtnlnf trtnla f TJ
uriu. cxecuiar. n i
UK BALrS 1 UU-AUKE FARM, 0
miles from Delaware river, good
-wnnr1 .1n11lnii via. On.. I A
pnrv nr wnrnr- n en nil ctnnir .nm.
cows, four U-ycar-oHls. 3 year-
HE WAYNE COUNTY CO.MMIS-
sioners will meet In regular ses-
on on ednesday. December 4. ln-
fvad of Tupsilnv. Tincpmlinr 3.
ograplier and book-keeper in of-
.1.1 1 nn t i i
X ' V Villi Lil Uil 1
GEH for fully equipped Skating
irucuiars aaaress .Messrs. searie fc
union. MonPRun p. in. n
URS WANTED HIGH EST
prices paid lor rurs or all kinds;
so ginseng P. D. Stark. Hones-
11 KS W h. MY 1 UP'!
pound for trimmed green hides.
uuu .ueui .uarKei, .wain sireei.
ANTED 50 GIRLS TO LEARN
glass cutting. Wages $0 per
!ek to stnrt Krnntz-Smlth X- Cn
an i nu unties i. tvAanituu.u,
T. B, Clark fc Co. SSeitf.
your laundry. Thomas F. Bracy,
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. James
Rev. W. H. Hiller will preach
n Tnnnksirivlni? surmnri in thr
-Tho Delaware and Hudson com-
nv TPRtlTnlnp tho frnlp-Vir Kprinrlnlo
two trains per day is something
r wnicn tno merchants or Hones-
ic are tnanKiui.
E W Gammell's Reo truck was
e tlrst horseless wagon used to ue-
nn unnl in TTnnncil nln Tnnilnt
I mill: i. w f 1 Illllh Ifl II II mi l v IT II? II ill
ft n.immell cimee.
-There will be a sale of useful
a lancy arucies ior unnstmas
fts. becinnine nt two o'cinck.
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nrph PnriKh rnnmc
-Eberly Skinner and Mrs. Edith
rirrinrr. rmrri nr nnnci i n worn
o Methodist Episcopal parsonage
Friday, November 15.
-Mrs. Harry H. Richards enter
ined about 14 ladles at her home
Monday afternoon, at 500, in
t ,. 111.1 i T I -. 1 r
TWlok. P.i Flrfit nrlyp wna wnn
Mrs. Charles Dodge.
Rev C C. Miller of tho German
itlipr.in rhnrr-h nf thi nlnr-o linn
ceived a call to tho pastorate In
mira. N Y . which ho has refused
mi iL'n i nn Biimrv u'fii i ni'n nnnn
increase Wo aro glad to hear
at Rev Miller will remain hore.
-Beginning January 1st, 1913,
nsioners inrougnoui mo country
11 receive their checks direct from
o Pension Department at Washing
n. After that date it will bo neces-
j lu uuu jiuiicin l-aixuiuu Ujf liu-
lacnes, inus doing away wnn an
u iuu iuiu jiuruioiore surrounding
o securing of tho nuartorlv nen-
-Delaware and Hudson ofllclals
siting Honosdalo of late in special
re, uuiuiiiuuwu uuu iuu jiiio nus
utuu iu uv buiuuiiiiu uiuru Luau
ero Inspection tours. Tho replac
g of the two freight trains and
o restoration of tho yard engine
oks as if tho D. & II. wero pre
irlng to handle a greater amount of
islness. It Is believed by somo
at coal will again be run through
Walter Bird, Jr., aged nineteen,
Berwick, who lost his loft arm
id was othcrwiso lnjurod last Feb-
lary while -working In the shops of
o American Car and Foundry cora
iny. was given a verdict of $5,000
rainst that company last week by a
nited States court jury. Of tho
i.uuu Uio ooy win receive J,;au
id the other $750 goes to his par-
its, who were plaintiffs with hira
tho suit. Tho body had sued for
A milk station will bo built at
tho Pleasant Mount station on tho
O. & W. railroad.
Tho W. C. T. U. will meet with
Mrs. Samuel Tolley on East Exten
sion street tonight (Tuesday), No
Mrs, J. M. Archer Is organizing
a vocal class at her homo on Main
street. See advertisement else
where In today's Citizen.
Oscar S. Strauss, progressive
nominee for Governor, in Now York,
Teports bis canilpaign expenses as
slightly In excess of $9,000.
Ono thousand six hundred dol
lars was paid out of the county
funds to election officers last week
by County Treasurer W. W. Wood.
The semi-annual meeting of tho
Wayno County Pennsylvania Society
of Now York will bo held on Tues
day evening, Nov. 19, at tho Hotel
Manhattan, New York City.
In Somerset county court a few
days ago Mrs. Evelyn Smith, of Ber
lin, was awarded $3,035 for tho
death of her husband In n mine be
longing to tho Stoner Coal company.
Lewis Westbrook entertained a
number of his young friends at his
home on Church street Saturday
evening lu honor of his eighth
birthday. Delicious refreshments
Tho funeral of Mrs. Ellas Blew
itt, who died at her home In Mount
Pleasant Wednesday, Nov. 13, was
held in the Methodist church on Fri
day at 1 o'clock, Rev. Will H. Hil
The parochial schools at Johns
town have been ordered fumigated
and anyone with a touch of sore
throat has been barred from school.
There are considerably over one hun
dred cases of diphtheria In tho city
Matthias D. Bastian, of Sun
bury, in his will recently probated
left $100 to "the person I am living
with at tho time of my death for
the purpose of holding a dinner for
my family and friends." Ho was a
The next basket ball game will
be Saturday, Nov. 23, at the Rink,
when the strong Catholic club team
of Scranton 1s coming over to defeat
tho locals. James Tigue, the well
known Marathon runner, plays with
Since January 1, Reno Post,
Grand Army of the Republic, at
Williamsport, has lost twenty mem
bers by death. This is ten per cent,
of its membership and the loss is
keenly felt. Tho last man to die was
the youngest member of tho post.
Tho Laurel Lake property at
Tyler Hill will bo sold at Orphans'
sale at the court house on Wednes
day, Nov. 27. There are 240 acers
of land on the farm which includes
75 acres taken up by Laurel Lake
Itself. E. C. Mumford, Esq., is act
ing as administrator of the estate.
The Central Glee Club will visit
Prompton on Thursday evening of
this week and assist in giving a mus
ical entertainment. W. B. Lesher
of this place and Miss Dymond, of
Waymart, will give readings. A sup
per will be served. Proceeds for the
benefit of the Prompton Methodist
The Alert Hook and Ladder
company conducted a successful
bazaar and supper at their 'hall last
Thursday evening. The net pro
ceeds will amount to about $200.
The Eagle orchestra furnished ex
cellent music for dancing. This en
gagement was the new orchestra's
second appearance in public.
Within a year the Delaware and
Hudson tonnage in and out of Hones
dale has increased 100 per cent. The
business of tho town, independent
coal mines product and other freight
coming through Honesdalo forced the
D. & 11. to resume two freight trains
per day. There is business enough
here to warrant two trains per day.
It seems good to hear tho snort,
puff and whistle of the Delaware
and Hudson yard enfe'ne, No. 701,
which has been silenced for some
time. Its engineer, James Lindsay,
is a happy man and has nood rea
sons for being thankful. Cyrenius
J. Ball Is conductor. Besides doing
yard duty tho engine "will act as
pusher to Farvlew.
Miss L. Virginia and Ara D.
Lee, both of Waymart, were married
at 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, Nov.
12, by Rev. E. D. Morris, father of
the bride. Only the Immediate fam
ilies and Miss lva Wilcox, a friend
of the bride, wero present. The
bride made a handsome appearance
in a blue whip cord traveling suit
and carried a bouquet of hrido roses.
Tho Honesdalo Electric Light,
Heat and Power company have en
tered into a contract with tho Gur
ney Electric Elevator company In
which tho former company agrees
to furnish power and lighting for
the concern for a period of five
years. This will necessitate tho
electric light company installing a
new generator at their modernly
equipped plant to take caro of tho
now business which it has acquired.
Mr. and Mrs. George T. Pantin
and 'daughter, Miss Sarah, of White
Mills, who have been residents of
that place the past 17 years, left
White Mills Mondny for Now York.
They will sail Wednesday .morning
at 1 o'clock on tho Cunard line,
steamship Campania, for Liverpool.
After visiting in tho greatest city In
tho world they will go to Stour
bridge, England, whero they will
make their home. Mr. Pantin his
been in tho employ of C. Dorilinger
& Sons for a number of years. Their
many White Mills and Honesdalo
friends wish them bon voyage,
If you have a farm, says a writ
er in Leslies, you have tho best
small Investment in tho world, be
cause successful farming Is a prob
lem In which tho merchant, tho
banker, tho manufacturer and tho
wago earner, all taxpaycia aro alike
Interested. If tho soil has been rob
bed of Its fertility tho Stato and Gov
ernment agricultural societies aro In
terested, and will loan you tho uso
of ono of tholr splondid exports.
Hero Is what the expert told tho
man: Plant cow peas and sow beans
and hog down tho crop. Plant ryo
and vetch and hog that down, then
plant clover and hog that down.
Then wait for your first crop of
The first snow of tho Boasou
covered tho ground Sunday morn
ing. Parcols post will bo Installed
In tho Honcsdnlo and other postof
ficcs In tho United Stntes January
Charles Spry, of Laurolla, has
purchased tho William Ives' storo
and dwelling at Beach Lake. Mr.
Ives and family will move Into tho
dwelling vacated by Miss Dunn nnd
On Thursday, Novombor 21st,
tho Woman's Ilomo Missionary So
ciety of the Mothodlst Episcopal
church of Scranton district will meet
nt the Asbury church, Scranton.
Doylo Hummoll, of Phllllps
burg, killed a twenty-seven pound
wild turkey a few days ago near
Martha Furnace and took homo with
him a bunch of honeysuckle blos
soms found on tho mountain.
Tho last will and testament of
Elizabeth A. Bennett, late of Hones
dale, was filed In tho Recorder's of
ilco last Thursday. Letters of ad
ministration applied for Emerson W.
Gnmmell and Lottie Bennett.
The Honesdalo Free library will
be open to the public every Tuesday
and Friday afternoon from 3 to 5
o'clock. It Is hoped that tho library
will bo patronized. Thero are a
number of good books in the li
brary. A largo steam shovel weighing
seventeen tons was received in Haw
ley last week by the Hawley Coal
Company. It was unloaded and
taken to the placo above thero
where tho company Is loading cars
'Work on tho erection of a ma
chine shop to cover 12,000 feet of
.floor space, as an addition to the
'Williamsport plant of tho National
Foundry company, has been begun
and will be rushed. Further exten
sion Is contemplated.
There will bo something doing
all day at Prompton on Thursday,
Nov. 21. At noon there will be a
chicken dinner. In the afternoon
a fair and lunch at 5:30. In the
evening the Honesdalo Glee choir
will entertain. W. B. Lesher will
In one of tho little farm towns
in Pennsylvania they have set the
hens working for tho church. Every
member of the local Methodist
church has agreed to contribute
every egg laid on a Sunday. The
returns tho first day would seem to
indicate that the hens understood
The Milford property was sold
at Sheriff's sale, at the Pike County
Court House, the purchaser being A.
D. Seaver, of Brooklyn, ono of the
judgment creditors. The price bid
was $350, but the property is still
subject to the claim of $9,404 held
by the Wayne County Savings Bank.
The last day for filing campaign
expenses by candidates in this dis
trict was Wednesday, Nov. 13. Mr.
Joel G. Hill, candldato for congress,
has filed his expense account. The
expenditures were as follows: Print
ing and advertising, $205; hotel,
carfare, auto and livery hire, $251,
80; county chairman, $400; total,
The following letters remain
uncalled for in tho Honesdalo post
office, weeking ending November 18,
1912: Ralph Altano (two), Orrin
Bishop, John M. Boyers, Mrs. K.
Branning, J. Allen Enana, M. Wern
berg, Jonas Westfleld, Lee Williams.
M. B. Allen postmaster. In calling
for any of the above please say "ad
vertised." Tho Catholic Club, of Scranton,
will be the Maple City's Five oppon
ents at basket ball next Saturday
evening at the rink. Tho game will
bo called at 8:30 sharp. Skating
before and after tho game. The
line-up is a strong one and is claim
ed to bo second to none in tho Elec
tric City. A most exciting and inter
esting game is promised.
In our last issue we made three
typographical errors In our report of
tho teachers' lnstituto and wo wish
to correct these errors becauso they
were of such a nature as to entirely
change tho meaning of tho sentences
in which they occurred. Wo there
fore give them correctly as they
were given us by the reporter. In
Hon. Mr. Ainey's speech "tho honor
of war" should read "the horror ot
war." In Dr. McFarlane's descrip
tion of a trip across the Rocky
Mountains the account should read
"we climb and climb and sin drops
behind." In Supt. Tletrick's discus
sion, "A Law of Teaching" a sen
tence should stand: "It is not fair
to magnify tho weaknesses of tho
children and hold them up beforo
That remarkablo Year Book on
Storms, Weather, Earthquakes and
Astronomy. The Rev. Irl R. Hicks
Almanac for 1913, tho finest and
best over issued, is now ready. Send
only 35c to Word and Works Pub
lishing Company, 3401 Franklin
Avenue, St. Louis, Mo., and you will
receive a copy prepaid, also ono copy
of The Rev. Irl R. Hicks Magazine,
Word and Works. 92eol4
Tho lato stylo Ladles' suits at '
Monner & Co. are all wool textures 1
and' newest cuts. 8C0I8 I
James Moran, of Scranton, was a
caller hero over Sunday.
William McKonna went to Now
York Tuesday on business.
Leon Katz was a business caller
In New York City on Tuesday.
Mabel Wagner, of Indian Orchard,
will spend tho winter In Honesdalo.
Miss Marlon A. Romalno spent last
week with relatives In Port Jorvis,
Mrs. R. W. Murphy, of Hawley,
attended tho teachers' Institute last
Marks Brcgsteln left for a business
trip to Now York city Mondny after
noon. J. Samuel Brown, who has been
sick for tho past few days, has re
covered. Dr. nnd Mrs. P. B. Peterson re
turned from n visit In Now York on
C. M. Pothlckof Tyler Hill, was J
a business caller in Honesdalo oni
Benjamin Gardner, of Factoryvlllo,
was n business caller In Honcsdate
Mrs. William Sampson and daugh
ter and son ot Port Jervls, nro visit
ing relntlves In Waymart.
Sidney Cooper, an employee of tho
Gurney Elevator Co., spent Saturday
and Sunday last In Scranton.
Marshall Ward, of Bethany, was
tho guest of his uncle, W. H. Mar
shall, at Indian Orchard this week.
MrB. Charles A. Soig and daugh
ter, Miss Julia, of Newfoundland,
wero calling on friends- hero Thurs
day. Judge A. T. Searlo Is holding
court In Scrnnton. Ho will presldo
over sessions during tho coming two
Joseph Butler was taken to the
Moses Taylor Hospital last Thursday
whero ho was oporatcd upon for ap
pendicitis. Mrs. M. E. Simons will entertain
tho Woman's Home Missionary so
ciety of tho Methodist church on
G. F. Rcilly of Cochccton, N. Y.,
accompanied by James Rellly and
G. C. Abrahams of Damascus, mo
tored to Honesdalo Friday.
J. D. Weston Is In Now York city.
Mrs. F. C. Davis returned to her
home In Roslyn, N. Y., Monday, af
ter a few 'days' visit with relatives
Mrs. Robert Batten, of Waymart,
who has been visiting her daughter,
Mrs. William Sampson, In Mata
moras, returned to her home on Sat
urday. Mrs. Stephen Wells and Mrs.
Thane Smith left Tuesday for an ex
tended visit with friends and rela
tives in Scranton, Wilkcs-Barro and
F. E. Lawyer, tho grocer, who
bought out the Wayne Co-Operatlve
Association this spring, has just In
stalled a new two hundred and fifty
dollar National Cash Register.
Mrs. Thomas Charlesworth and
daughter, Mary, departed on
Monday for their new homo in Balti
more, Md., whero Mr. Charlesworth
is employed as a photographer.
Mrs. Richard Duslnberre, of Ber
wick, who has been visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse H. Collum,
in Hawley, spent the week-end In
town as a guest of Mrs. William
Miss Edna Ridd of Honesdale,
Pa., arrived here Saturday to visit
at the borne of her brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Merritt
Bolkam of West Main street. Port
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cortright
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Erhardt of
this plare enjoyed an automobile
trip to Port Jorvis on Thursday and
wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. B.
Eighmey at their home there.
Mrs. Wallace J. Barnes attended
the meeting of the Pleasant Valley
White Rlbboners at the home of
Mrs. Rosa Nelson, at Siko on Satur
day evening. Mrs. Barnes is presi
dent of tho Wayne County W. C. T.
Mrs. J. N. Archer, who has been
spending the past few days In Scran
ton, sang with great success at a
rau3lcale at tho Allen-Freeman
studios, her clear and birdlike high
tones being much admired by those
Mrs. Henry Bradbury, of Beach
lako, visited Honesdalo relatives
last week and attended tho institute.
Mrs. Bradbury was Miss Sellna Slu
man before her marriage, and was
for many years a teacher in Wayne
county schools. Sho is a visitor at
tho institute each year.
Mrs. George Spettiguo departed on
Sunday for New York city, where,
with her husband, sho will attend
the convention of tho Sherman-Williams
Paint Company to be held
there this week. Mrs. Spettigue will
later spend some time with her sis
ter, Mrs. W. B. Coleman, at Nyack,
BOY SHOT OFF A TOE.
Arthur Bensley, tlie 15-year-old
son of Wallace Bensley, of Lehman
township, Pike county, while hunting
near his homo on Friday morning,
Nov. 1, accidentally sliot himself In
the left foot. He was carrying the
gun pointed to tho ground when a
branch of a bush struck tho trigger
and discharged it. Tho shot pene
trated tho shoe and shot off tho end
of the great toe and lnjuord the sec
ond too somewhat. Milford Dis
patch, CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
ry a Lehigh Firs
Wo havo a finer and moro completo
lino of Lehigh Stoves and Ranges
than we've ever been able to offor
Tho steady increase In ,our stovo
business this fall Indicates that tho
Lehigh Is tho stovo ovoryono wants.
Our customers tell us that Lohlgh
users highly recommond tholr bak
ing, burning and lasting qualities.
A No, 8 Lehigh Stovo and 88
Kitchen Utensils for $39.05.
O. M. Spelt
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CUIU$IK
by local appncatiuuo, as they can
not roach tho diseased portion of the
oar. Thoro la only ono way to cure
deafness, and that Is by constitu
tional remedies. Deafness Is cnuB
ed by an Inflamed condition of the
mucous lining of tho Eustachian
Tube. When this tubo Is Inflamed
you havo a rumbling sound or im
perfect hearing, and when it is en
tirely closed, Deafness Is tho result,
and unless tho Inflammation can be
taken out and this tubo restored to
its normal condition, hearing will
bo destroyed forever; nlno cases out
of ten aro caused by Catarrh, which
is nothing but an inflamed condition
ot tho mucous surfaces.
Wo will give One Hundred Do?
lars for any case of Deafness (caus
ed by catarrh) that cannot bo cured
by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Sond for
F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation
Tho new Robespierre silk waists in
loading shades at Monner & Co. 3t
For terms and hours apply at Studio.
eef and Bone
SBieBBs and Clam Grit
WILL BRING THE EGGS
We have Just unloaded a car of above Poultry
foods and can offer to you by the bag or ton. It will
pay you well to use them. Your well filled Egg
Baskets will prove it to you.
NIAGARA SPRAY FLOOR
For BAKING QUALITIES and $
SATISFACTION beats them ail-always
reliable-always good--$6.00 bbl., S3.0O p
half bbl., $1.50 'A bbl. i
Have Yoiar Christmas
The payment of a small deposit on any article will
insure its being held for you until you want it.
This plan gives you the privilege of selecting from
our stock while It is still complete without anticipating
your readiness to pay.
We invite you to take full advantage of this
offer, and to come and see whether or not you
wish to purchase.
The Honesdale Jeweler.
Ono Block from New Pobtoffico
t Among tho donations made to
tho Historical Society ot Dauphin
county recently wero a pair of old
saddlo bags,, which belonged to Rov.
Daniel Hnrtman, who was stationed
In 1879 at Mt. Pleasant and who
now fills tho pulpit nt Stevens' Me
tnorlal M. E. church nt Harrlsburg.
$6,000 Farm for $4,500
If sold within next three
One of tho best farms In Wayno
county, assessed at $0,000, -will bo
sold for $4,500. Farm contains 118
acres of land, 50 ot which are cleared
and balance in pasture land, except
ing 20 acres of good young growth
of hickory. Ideal placo for dairy
farm. Milk station two miles from
place. Good farm house, two barns'.
On R. D. Route. Telephone con
nections. Located In Berlin town
ship on main road 3V miles from
Remember this farm is assessed at
$0,000. If sold Immediately we will
close tho deal at $4,500.
HuyU-A-Honio Itcnlty Co,
Jiiilwin Building Honesdale, Pa.
Located at -
ain Street, Honesdale