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THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1912.
A FULL GROWN DARGAIN, ALL
feathered out. $25 Edison talking
machine, with 30 four-mlnuto rec
ords, all $25.00. Mclntyro. 9Gel2t
GEORGE EHERT'S FAMOUS BOT
tled beer at Loris' Silver Cafe.
BIG SALE THE UNDERSIGNED
will offer at private ealo at Hotel
Wayno from now until December 15
tho following described household
iurnlture: Dining tables, carpets,
chairs, Iron bedsteads, mattresses,
pillows, comfortables, bureaus,
-washstands, stoves, and everything
connected with a hotel. CHARLES
ELMENDORF, Proprietor Hotel
HEAD YOUR FLOCK WITH A SIN
gle Comb Black Minorca Cockerel,
Northup strain, the stock that lays
big whito eggs. They are beauties.
75 cents each at the yard, near Ty
ler Hill. J. T. Bradley, Damascus,
WANTED A POSITION AS STEN
ographer and book-keeper In of
fice. Address 1207 East street.
HIDES WE PAY 12 CENTS PER
pound for trimmed green hides.
Dunn's Meat Market, Main street.
WANTED 50 GIRLS TO LEARN
glass cutting. Wages $6 per
week to start. Krantz-Smlth & Co.
LET THE LACKAWANNA DO
your laundry. Thomas F. Bracy,
Honesdale, agent. Lock for our
wagon with tho sign "Lackawanna
Laundry Co." 57tf
Honesdale Free Library:
Tuesday's 2 to 5. 7 to 0 P. M.
Friday's 2 to 5, 7 to 9 P. M.
Hours for Receiving Freight
D & H Dally, to 10 A. M.; after
Erie 10.30 A. M.
Mail Closing Hours:
D & H. G:30 12 M.-4.15
Erie 8.00 2.25-5.30
R. D. Route 9.45
Star Routes, Stage, 2.50; Tyler Hill
D. & H C.55
D & II 10.00
D. & H. 10.15
D. & H. 9.55 0.50
Erie " " ' 7.10
3.15 7. 3C
1.30 3.50 C.55
Tenth anniversary Home Mission
ary Society at Methodist church this
Exrhange banquet Thursday even
ing at Lyric.
Whatsoever Circle Supper at
Methodist hurch Thursday evening.
Friday evening, Dec. C, bazaar In
basement of Christ church, Indian
Orchard; free transportation.
The Exchange Club will ban
quet Us members on Thursday even
ing of this week.
Jaol Arnold and daughter, Miss
Harriet, have returned from a few
days stay in New York City.
The Whatsoever circle of the
Methodist eliurch will hold their an
nual supper on Thursday evening,
Doc 5, in tho church parlors.
Amoroso Kllgallon of West
Side Avenue, received a severe shak
ing up on Friday last when 'his sled,
on which he was coasting down
Fourteenth street, ran Into a tele
Tho Honesdale Defenders jour
neyed to Liberty, N. Y., on Thursday
last whero they played the Emeralds
of that place. Tho game was an
exciting one and resulted in a score
of 52 to 11 in favor of Liberty.
A four-act drama entitled
' Homo Ties" will bo played at
Pleasant Mount, Dec. 10, in the high
school hall for the benefit of tho M.
E hur. li It will be followed by
T II Clark of this place Is ex
tending his term interests In
Wayno county. Tho latter part of
last week he purchased the M. E.
Balkcom farm located at Beech
Grove This farm Joins Mr. Clark's
A dispatch from Pittsburg on
Sunday stated that Jefferson Garri
son, nged sixteen, and Gilbert
Hoover, aged eighteen, who say they
live at Hawley, near Scranton, were
j)i ked up by tho police hero today
cold and hungry. They said they
had btarted West to seek their for
tunes They wore provided with
food nfter which word was sent to
their parents as tho boys say they
are anxious to roturn home.
Six priests received notico from
Bishop Hoban Saturday of their
transfer to St. Mary's church,
Wllkcs-Barre, to tho vacancy caused
by tho promotion of Rev. John Ly
nott from assistant pastor there, to
pactor of tho church at Ralston, Ly
coming county. Rev. Daniel Dunn,
of tho cathedral, Is transferred to
Plymouth to succeed Father Healey.
Rev M II. Corgan, assistant at St.
Thomas church, Archbald, Is pro
moted to pastor of St. Anthony's
church, Stowall, and Rev. Thomas
Carmondy. of tho cathedral, suc
ceeds him In Archbald. Rov. Rob
ert E. B. Gardner, assistant priest
In Hawley, and Rov. John E. Mc
Hale. of Sacred Heart church,
Plains, havo been notified to change
Tho State Treasurer has paid
out $6,391,072.80 to 2,468 school
districts slnco July 1.
Tho sllvorwaro for St. John's
R. C. church has been engraved In
old English by Rowland, tho Jeweler.
E. D. Spnngenbcrg and Samuel
Robinson, both of South Caiman,
each tfhot a deer In PJko county last
Tho Tribune-Republican has
rented a scrtion of the floor spaco
in tho Foster building recently va
cated by tho postofflce.
A party at Frank Smith's,
Peck's, killed a bear and a deer. Dr.
Smith of South Sterling shot tho
bear and Joe Courtright of Monroe
county the- deer last week.
There will bo a special literary
and muslcnl program given in the
high school auditorium on Friday
evening beginning at S o'clock.
Everybody welcome. Admission
Miss Verna Maud Hazolton, only
daughter of Mrs. Louisa Hazolton,
of Dreher, and Alfred Evans Hause,
of Philadelphia, will bo united In
holy matrimony at 1:30 p. m. on
December 4. Invitations nro out
announcing tho coming event at tho
Trainman Kent of Conductor
Nicholson's Honesdale way-frelglit
has landed the temporary vacancy
on Conductor Skeel's train which
has been on tho market, off and on,
for tho past few months. Kent Is
now probably fixed for the winter
while Cliff and Pldgeon look on.
Cleveland Rogers and Theodore
Bert Sayre havo written a play en
titled "Ransomed.' It was staged
at the Walnut Street Theatre, Phila
delphia, on Monday, whero it will
havo a few weeks' stand. Mr. Rog
ers, who with Mrs. Rogers, has been
visiting hero, left the first of the
week for the Quaker City.
It gives us great pleasure to
state that the varioloid epidemic
with which our village has been
threatened during tho past two
weeks, has been checked and Is on
the decline. Tho disease, though in
a mild form, has occasioned much
worriment, some scare and the loss
of considerable business. But it
might have been worse. Hancock
While hunting Saturday, Mon
roe Whelen, of Summerdale, found
the skeleton of a man lying across a
log on the Blue mountain two miles
back of Marysville. Dr. Geo. Gault,
coroner of Perry county, was notified
and Sunday took charge of tho re
mains. The fact that two of tho
ribs are broken indicates the possi
bility of foul play. Only a few rags
remain of the man s clothing. He
apparently wore a blue serge suit.
Elsewhere in to-day's Citizen
appears an application for a charter
for an Intended corporation to bo
called "Realty Weaving and Spin
nlng Company," for the manufac
turo of all fabrics using wool, cot
ton, silk or any other vegetable or
animal fibre, etc. The charter also
asks for tho privilege of erection,
maintenance of such buildings and
dwellings as may be necessary In the
above mentioned business. Tho In
corporators mentioned are Cathollna
Lambert, J. Wallace Lambert and
W. F. Suydam, Jr. Soarle & Salmon
An infuriated bull belonging to
Earl Ralston, a farmer living near
Fallsdale, broke his bonds, which
had hold him to a tree, Saturday
and attacked two valuable horses
also belonging to Mr. Rolston. The
horses were in pasture and only a
fence separated the two fields. Tho
horses were in one field and the bull
in another. The battle only lasted a
few minutes. Tho bull rushed at
one of tho horses and sank his horns
into the horses' body time and
again. The other horse was gored to
death in the same way. Mr. Rols
ton valued both horses at $150
Tho Lutheran Pastoral assocla
tlon met Tuesday In St. Peter's
church, PIttston, Rev. Mr. Bachofer,
pastor. A very Interesting program
was arranged for tho occasion, as
follows: Devotional services by the
Rev. Paul Kummer; studies In He
brew: Genesis, 1:1-10: Studies In
Greek, Revelation, C:4-7. Sermon
outline by tho Rov. G. E. A. Reschko
of PIttston. Pastors from Scranton,
Wilkes-Barre, Nantlcoke, Goulds-
boro, Carbondalo and PIttston prop
er were In attendance, and a very
Interesting meeting was held. The
present olllcers of tho association
are: President, John A. Bender: sec
rotary, tho Rev. G. E. A. Reschke, of
PIttston. Tho association meets
monthly for tho mutual benefit of Its
Part of the columns and gird
ers for the steel work of tho Gurney
Electric Elevator plant arrived on
Sunday and tho balanco Is expected
today. Tho siding from the main
lino of tho Delaware and Hudson
track to tho elevator building has
been laid over which other material
will bo taken Into tho plant. Sea
man, Brcnneman and Irwin have
completed their contract of furnish
ing 540 tons of crushed stono which
will bo used In tho construction of
tho floor. A layer of crushed stono
four Inches will bo distributed over
tho area for tho shop floor. During
tho past two weeks tho plant has rap
Idly grown and If weather permits,
It Is expected that tho steel work on
the main shop will bo erected with
in tho next few weeks.
Exactly ?&23,415,455.14 was
asked from Congress which opened
at noon Monday for all government
exponses for tho fiscal year begin
ning July 1, 1913. This was tho
aggregate of estimates for Undo
Sam's exponses submitted by Secre
tary of tho Treasury MacVeagh to
Speaker Clark. It promises anotjior
"billion dollar" congress this winter.
This annual "budget" Is an increase
by $87,080,000 over tho expenses for
tho present fiscal year. It comprises
appropriations asked by tho out
going Republican administration for
tho nation's running exponses during
Democratic roglmo. Not Included In
tho estimates aro predicted expendi
tures by tho postal sorvlco of $281,
791,000 during tho year ending July
1, 1914, but these will bo paid In
full, or nearly so, by postal receipts,
that department now being practical
Red Cross stamps wore wldoly
distributed In Honesdale on Satur
day. The gymnasium In tho High
school opened Mondny night for tho
Misses Mary and Agatha Mc
Gowan havo returned from n sovoral
days' vlstt in Carbondalo as tho
guests of Miss Margucrlto Holtz
Miss Ruth Fuller, of Wllkcs-
Thomas Kelley, manager of tho Unire, expects to roturn to her homo
National House, PittBton, has re
turned from a hunting trip In Wayno
county. Ho shot a door weighing
While- walking along tho road
that loads from Clark's Summit to
Clark's Green, Frederick Lleb, aged
73 years, of Jofforsonvlllo, N. Y.,
but who has been living with "Ills
son, L. M. Lleb, of Clark's Greon,
dropped dead of apoplexy on Satur
day morning. Mr. Lleb was on 'his
way to tho grocery storo and loft
his son's homo In apparently good
health. Deceased Is survived by
several children. Burial was made
It was necessary to tear down
a scrtion of a stone culvert on Rus
sell street last Saturday to enable
Walter Weldner to release one of the
horses of his team that had fallen
In the sluiceway. Tho horse nearest
tho open culvert slipped and as It
went down It Toll upon its back. It
took tho united efforts of several
neighbors and a few farmers to got
tho animal upon Its feet. Tho horse
was somewhat cut and bruised before
It was rescued from tho pitfall
For some time tho Erie has
been missing a lot of valuable brass
at Susqueliannn, and all their ef
forts to catch tho thief havo oeen
unavailing until Thursday night,
when they mnnaged to nab tho chap,
who proved to bo a fellow who re
sides about a mile from town and
has one of the best jobs in the shop.
He was about the last man In his
department who would havo been
suspected. Tho regular watchman
did not appear able to catch the
chap so another man was put on tho
job and tho regular man detailed In
tho department whero tho goods
wero being stolen and Thursday
night caught the man in the act.
Alfred E. Sheard. of Calkins,
returned Monday evening from Al
bany, N. Y., whero he represented
the Tyler Hill Dairymen s League
and attended a business meeting of
the general league. Mr. Sheard is a
director of tho Dairymen's League,
which was incorporated four years
ago under New Jersey laws. The
league Is composed of 40,000 shares,
representing 95,000 cows, ana is
gaining at tho rate of 3,000 cows
per week. There are now six or
ganizers in the field, which Includes
the states of New iork. New Jersey,
Connecticut and Pennsylvania.
Wayno county has three leagues, all
of which are located near the Dela
ware valley. The purpose of the
league Is to get farmers to control
the price of milk for New York City
market, instead of tho producers be
ing dictated as to what they shall
receive for the milk by the buyers.
The meeting was very profitable and
was attended by a good representa
tion of parties directly Interested.
on Thursday. Sho -will bo accom
panted by her nophow, Androw
Mr. and Mrs. Hamlin Bullock, of
Waymart, expect to leavo Tuesday
for California whoro they will spend
tho winter on account of Mr. Bul
lock's health. Ho Is a brother of C.
F. Bullock of this placo.
M. J. Ogden, of Kendnllvlllo, Ind.,
was a caller In Honesdale on Satur
day. Ho was enrouto to Nashville,
Tenn., whero he Is Interested In a
street railway proposition. Ho spent
Thnnksglvlng with his brother, W.
Mrs. F. S. Merrltt loft on Friday
for Hartford whero sho will spend a
few weeks with her sister, after
which sho expects )to go to Brook
lyn to spend tho holidays. Mr.
Merrltt expects to join her there
during the holidays.
Mrs. O. W. Bagloy, of Pleasant
Mount, spent Thanksgiving with
Mrs. Clayton Curtis of Canaan
street. Jo'hn Lecu)f Waymart, has
returned homo amir visiting his
daughter, Mrs. W. J. Clark, of Park
streot. Carbondalo Leader.
ECZEMA? TRY ZEMO
Has Cured Worst Cases and You Cnn
lVovo it for Only 25 Cents.
Yes, try Zemo. That's all you
need do to got rid of tho worst
case of eczema. You take no chance,
It Is no experiment. Zemo is posi
tively guaranteed to stop Itching,
rash, raw, bleeding eczema, make a
pimpled face smooth and clean.
Zemo Is a wonder and tho minuto
applied It sinks In, vanishes, leavos
no evidence, doesn t stick, no greaso,
Just a pure, clean, wonderful liquid
and It cures. This Is guaranteed
Zemo Is put up by tho E. W. Rose
Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo., and
sold by all druggists at $1 for the
largo bottle and at 25 cents for the
liberal size trial bottle. Try ono as
cent bottle and bo convinced. Sold
In Honesdale by A. M. Leine.
Inez Holgato spent Sunday In Car
bondale. Alice Bader spent last Wednesday
Miss Eda Krantz spent Saturday
John Congdon spent tho week
end in Scranton.
Neal Hlller, of Scranton, spent
Sunday at this place.
Orvllle Welsh spent Sunday with
his parents In Tyler Hill.
Blanche Starnes spent Sunday
with her parents at Bethany.
F. A. Jenkins is on a business
trip to New York City and Boston.
C. A. Davey, Torrey, called on
friends at this place on Saturday
Mrs. Stephen Bauer ontertalned
her sister from New York last week
D. Sc'humo, of Philadelphia, was
a business caller In town last week.
Miss Sadie Spettlguo entertained
friends from Jermyn over Sunday
Miss Dorothy M. Relchenbaeker
spent Sunday with Whlto Mills
Mrs, C. A. Emery, of West street,
Is entertaining her sister from
Miss Margaret Williams, of
Wllkes-Barre, is a guest of Mrs. Jas.
Fred Giehrer expects to move into
his now homo on West street about
Elijah Bunnell, who has been
qulto 111 at ijg homo near the fair
ground, is IrajQylng.
Mrs. Cortlanu Brooks, of Way
mart, was attending to business In
Honesdalo on Monday.
J. Stanton and daughter, Miss
Emma, of Waymart, spent Saturday
with Honesdalo friends.
Mrs. May Weaver, of Taylor,
spent tho week-end with relatives
and friends In Honesdale.
A. L. Bishop, carekeeper of Forest
Lako club house, was a business
caller In Honesdalo on Saturday.
W. G. Blakney and Dr. F. W.
Powell spent tho last day of tho
deer hunting season In Plko county.
Tho Misses Erk of Fifteenth
street ontortalncd tho members of
itho Erk family on Thanksgiving
Mr. and Mrs. Mnrkey and daugh
ter, Tlielma, spent part of last week
with Mrs. Markcy's parents at Glrd
land. . Henry Wilder, of Scranton, re
turned homo Tuesday morning after
a few days' visit with his mother
Mrs. T. Davoy, of Torrey, has re
turned homo after visiting her sis-tor-In-law,
Mrs. II. T. Budd, on Main
AVllllam Kropf and John Artman,
of Blnghamton, returned to that city
on Sunday after spending a fow days
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lynott, of
Carbondalo, wero recent visitors at
tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick
Lynott on Rldgo street.
Miss Gertrude Salmon returned to
Port Jervls on Monday after spend
ing a few days as tho guest of her
cousin, MI"s Graco Salmon.
N. Frank Frailoy loft Tuesday for
Philadelphia, whero ho. will repre
sent Honesdalo Lodge, Freo and Ac
cepted Masons in Grand Lodge.
APPLICATION' FOR CHARTER.
Notice Is liereby given that an ap
plication will be made to the Gov
ernor of Pennsylvania on December
30. 1912, at ten o'clock a. m. by
Cathollna Lambert, J. Wallace Lam
bert and W. F. Suydam, Jr., under
the Act of Assembly entitled an Act
to provide for tho Incorporation and
regulation of certain corporations,
approved April 29. 1S74, and sup
plements thereto for the charter for
an Intended corporation to be called
"Realty Weaving and Spinning Com
pany, the character and object of
which Is in manufacturing of all fab
rics, using, therefore, wool, cotton
silk or any other vegetable, animal
or mineral fiber of mixture thereot
silks, spinning, dyeing, printing and
finishing, and for the purpose of any
and all such raw materials as may
be necessary for itho above mention
ed purposes; also for tho erection
and maintenance of such buildings
and dwellings as may bo necessary
in the above mentioned manufac
lng business and for these purposes
to have, possess and enjoy all the
rights, benefits and privileges of the
said Act of Assembly and supple
SEARLE & SALMON,
Honesdale, Pa., Dec. 3, 1912.
The Woman Makes the Home
She makes it best who, looking after the
culinary department, turns her back resolute
ly upon unhealthful, or even suspicious, food
accessories. She is economical; she knows
that true economy does not consist in the use
of inferior meat, flour, or baking powder. She
is an earnest advocate of home made, home
baked food, and has proved the truth of the
statements of the experts that the best cook
ing in the world today is done with Royal
Hon. A. T. Searlo opened the
new common pleas court In Philadel
phia on Monday. Ho Is presiding
over same this week. This is a
great honor for Wayne's president
Tho Ladles' Guild of Christ
church, Indian Orchard, will hold a
bazaar In the basement of the church
Friday evening, December Cth,
There will be useful and fancy arti
cles for sale. Also lunches, Ice
cream and home made candy. Rlck-
ert s bus will be at the Allen House
at 7:30; free transportation for all
those who wish to go.
Landlord Elmendorf of the Ho
tel Wayne will give a freo dance
on Wednesday ovenlng. Freeman's
orchestra lias been engaged, and Mr.
Elmendorf has left no stone unturn
ed to make the affair a grand suc
cess. The public Is Invited.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. L. P.
Stark, of Whites Valley, formerly of
this place, a son, Friday, November
A marriage license was issued
on Tuesday to Massey B. Truscott
and Miss Mina M. Frailey, both of
Made in Syracuse
(dblltUhAllbl. t '1C
how good you'd look wrapped In a
fitting Peck suit or overcoat, you'd
drop in horo on your way to busi
ness with a buying notion in your
head and a fow dollars In your pock
et. If tho question of fit Is holding
you back why not eettlo It by trying
on the garments to-day. That's tho
only way to know.
$18 to $25
Twenty Days Hath
For buying Christmas gifts. "Giving requires good
sense." To give a
rjurchnscd at this store is giving
wisely ar.d well. Our stock con
tains a wide assortment of solid
gold and filed pold patterns.
The waicli movements are of a make
noted for timekeeping and low cost of
upkeep the J ?. Complete lines of
both men's ami women's watches. See
them early while the stud: is complete.
The Christmas Gift Store. One block up from Lyric Theatre
Christmas Made Joyful by Useful Gifts from
Menner & Go's Store !
Table Linens and Napkins, Embroidered Squares
and Lunch Cloths-Quality the best, patterns new,
Dress Goods and
One Piece Dresses
New Drocaded Silks
Long Fur and Cloth
Suits for Winter
Muffs and Collars
in Real Furs
New Styles in
Suits & Princess
wear, all kinds
Capes and Caps
OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT always carries
the purest and best goods at the lowest prices for
the high grade qualities. None better in Christ
Menner & Go's Department Stores