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V Mil VOL.XV. MILFOUI), PIKE COUNTY. PA-FRIDAY. OCTOBER 21. 1910. NO 51 ID) JSRIEF MENTION No trespass' sign -armsed by Hooesdale paper are so load to the paper itself says, that they -weare sway erounduogs. Will they keep ooona sway from a melon patch or oat of a hen roost. Walter IL Warner la quite 111 witn rheumatism. N. O. Palmer hits let a contract to Enil Angelon for painting his house, barn etc. and also decorating and painting the interior of his residence The Stroudsburg Tltnet hat been awarded the contract to print the ballots for November election for An auto, Morticing to Arthur IX 1'orce ot Trenton was badly wrecked , (. last Monday near the Kelly place on the Dingman turnpike. Going fast ' -the steerlbg gear broke and the ma chine ran Into a tree. It was) quite a had wreck but no one waa Injured. ' T. B, Morse ha broken ground fot u addition to his fourth Ht. house. Jog. Revoyre ia improving bis house on Broad Ht. by a new porch. .Maggie Busier and Walter D. Cole, ' bot of Milford township were mar ried Wednesday at the Manse by ' Rev. C. A. White. Marriage lloenses have been Issned to Edward A. Chandler, Jr., and Et Ae O. Quick both of Laokawaxeb and William J. Van tassel of Milford and Grace O. Owner of Dingman tsp. Automobile tags for 1911 will be yellow with white figure! and black letters. The Keystone and other features of the present tags Will be retained. Miss Cora Strubla la spending a two weeks vacation with her slater In Brooklyn. ' William Steele, who pltohed for the Altoona and St. Louis ball club the past season, returned boaae this week. ' . ' - , Born October 14th to Sol D. Rosen crans and, wife of Mttamoras a ten and a half pounds son. Mrs. A, M. Mettler and son Beqjs ftiin of Port Jervis spent the week with lilends In town. ' J- Bon. John A. Klpp of New York transacted business to court her this week. Mr. Julia Ward Howe, faraona ta sn author and poet, died Tuesday aged about W years. .- Her best known Mierary -wa Battle Hymn of the Republic." The first swrni it; Mine eyes have aeen the glory of the coming of the' Lord, ' He is trampling ont the vintage where the grapes of wrath are stored ; ' He hath loosed the tatefnl lightning of his terrible swift sword. Hie truth is marching on. Rev. C. A. White and Rev. W. H. Kindt of Maiamaras exchanged pul pits last Sunday morning. Walter Wetlman, who started last week In bis big balloon to orosa the Atiaulic, was picked up Tuesday off the Carolina ooast where be bad been driven by the winds. Hon. Frank P. Kimble of Hones dale attended Court here Monday. He expects to be a oandidate for President Judge in that county. borne Stroudsburg visitors bere last Monday were 8. 8. Shafer, pro prietor of the Indian Queen, Harvey Huffman Esq., candidate for Sunator, F. B. Holmes Esq nd .Norman Dreber. Hon. M C. Rowland of Kimble spent a couple of days In town the - first (if the week. Constable DeOroat of Palmyra made complaint of a bad pieot road in that township and the Court directed tne District Attorney to make complaint against the super visors. The Court also admonished constables to sea that brush were out along traveled roads so that the view ot those passing would, sot be oh structed, and that iVot) s e skxuw should be removed- as provided by law. New York politics seem to have disposed of the question as to what we shall do with oar ex President and Vice Presidents. In piaturing the IndepemWe Leagoe as the hope of New York State Mr. Heartt's artiat places tfie sword In the left hand uf his armored knight. Looks as If ha might cut himself. , v The Comptroller of the oorreoojr is preparing a blaek list. Appirently some ot the bankers are bad. If the tariff baa accomplished no other good, at any rats It has reduced the NM s ifttMM Vlig9. It the Sultan uf Zulu wanti to earn his traveling expenses, let him syndl oate an article telling -how be was able to indnoe fourteen wlvi to stay at home. Gambling has been abolished iu Nevada. But it is only gambling with cards that In under the Van. Gambling in divorces continues. The girl whose hair curios natural ly does not get a bit of credit the":! days. The man in Chicago who rvs he will sell himself to the highest hid der w,ou!d probably prove dear at in y price. A Montana woman sued for lit vorce because her husband took his stenograpber to the matinee. And then the stenographer turned out t( be a man. The Columbia State asks, "Do Col leges teaoh?" Of oourse, they hire a football coach each year. Among the latest articles to go up in price are straw and bran. Look ont now for a boost iu the price ot Breakfast food. An Indiana farmer drank bug poison to kill typhoid germs, lit killed tbem but spoiled a good farm r at the same time. It would be reasonable for railroad oom panics to demand an extra run for the use ot the rear platform hj orators. . Another good thing about that Portuguese revolution is that it liar 'aught us all more about the geogra phy of the Iberian peninsula. We serve notice right now that wt ire not got going to send any mort Nlokels for the Outlook unless tbi Contributing Editor contributes. President Taft is now -about t. lischarge one of the heaviest respon- nihilities that has devolved on bin. inoe he became President, that ol tppolntipg a Chief Justice of tin Supreme Court of the United States The great mass ot the people art overwhelmingly in favor of the ap pointment of. the Associate Justiot John M. Harlan to the Cbiof Justice ship of that great court. President Taft is debating thi question with himself and It la ten rally hoped that he. will appoint Harlan, who while he is for justiot' and equality for everyone, corpora tiona inoluded, is nevertheless on the side of the people as against th privileged classes. It la thought that President Tuft sincerely desires the Supreme Court tosnatain the income tax provisior of the last tariff bill and by appoint ing Judge Harlan to the Chief Jus ticeship he will further the cause at Judge Harlan is one of the abiest champions of the income tax in the country and a life long republican. HYMENEAL EDINGER ANGLIC Martha White, a daughter of Dimmick Ediuger und wife ol Stroudsbarg, and Clarence W. Angle of Milford were married at the home of the bride last Monday by Rev. A. M. Vivien, only immediate relatives and friends were present. rne bride is a popular young ludy in her town and haa a wide cirolo ot friends. She graduated with the class of '01 from the Stroudsburg High School. They will testae here. BOWLERSARE HAPPY. Marguerite Alleys will be Kept Open During Winter. The Marguerite Bowling Alleva will continue to remain open for the winter seuson. They will bo enlirely renovated and rendered pleasant and lux ti lug (or cold weather; and con ducted, as in the past, resDeotahle and clean, . furnishing a desirable amusement and social .sorrnundirgs. A cordia) Invitation is extended to all who anticipnte forming a club to meet at The Marguerite for such pur pone, any evening being agreeable It la the Inttntloj of the proprietor to set aside certain afternonna of each weak lor ladies, although wel comed at any time snide from these afternoons; and also will idler two afternoons of each week for practice, which will be tree to flub members only. Prizes will be given ' during the season; also package contest will be played each week and numerous other diversions will present thoin selvea and help to creato a friendly and thoroughly enjoyable time. further particulars will appear in nest week' Issue. INDEPENDENT VOTING With all the notoriety given thru nowspapers and magazines to Na tional and St n to politics during the p st year, to insurgents, the old jonrd, stand patters, itc, it is a imtsure to feel that from the time 1 lii st ai-.ru 'iisly contemplated holding t j b ! i c ollloe 1 bavo advocated greater fi-teii'-m in voting. I have urged ti e ii.ea of a ohange in the political e -ndiMon of my county. I have be- t'ii-ni. voters to cant aside the 9t iM.'irs of one party rule and asked liiom not. to regard party name d-'tnoorat or republican but to eloot mi ll to oflice who oouid and would do something for the benellt of the t -lsuipa or cornty. That every voter should cat his lot witn scmo political party or or '''.ui,;iii ion iu National and .State Altai rs is right und oommendubie, 'neither he ia a Republican and bo liuv.is iu a protective tariff, or is a Dotnocrat, and believes in h free und anrestrioted trade between nations, uul in state politiet too in u more or iess degree, we must allilinte witb a loliticul party organization. But pi County tounand Borough (ijlitiis where every voter has the privilege of meeting and judging the ehnmetur of the candidates, I say :hat every mau 21 years of age should use the reasoning powers .ivon him by the Great Giver aud vote as bis conscience ard judgment shall diotate, aud lor that oiuididute, who, in his opinion, will best Berve his county, town or borough, and guard carefully that small pittance paid in by taxes oolleoted and whlcb must be disbursed under the direc tion of the caudiuute who is success ful at the polls. I never have or ever will, in local politics, look to the party column to see where I am voting, but, knowing he men, I shall pick out those who in my judgment, are best quail fled to spun i the money I have paid in taxes ind the fact that they are republican or democrat iu national quevtions loes nut affect him in local condi tions, in tho least. No great political purty can be tiiposod uf men wholly pure, ueither can it be wholly bad, and no towusbip is free from men evilly ilisK)sed, neither is It composed of men wholly good, and thus no party should be condemned as a whole, be cause it has raecals in its' ranks, any more than a county or a township should be shunned, becau-e of evil contained therein, but. if we find in the party or the oounty oi the town ship, that whioh appeals to our olean imlgineiit as being wrong, we can Hit away from it, or else we can cloan house." 1 am no man's insurgent nor a jtuud palter. I sin no man's ser vant suit no man is my boss. 1 do what in my own judgment I think is riht and what I think Is wrong I kei p away from, , When a set of men, whether in business or polities so far forget themselves, as to endeavor to force upon the people who have placed them in the position they occupy, something they do not want and this set of men know they do not want, but expect to make them take, ju-it so soon shculd the people wake up and forget Ihem, and just so soon as a man elected to office feels that HE is the ofhYe and not a servant of tho pebple eleoting him, jnst so soon do the people want to forget him, for bo is a dangerous man, and does not represent the people.'but himself. One cf the treatest majims of re- oent years was coined by the Hon. William J. Bryan, and was, "Shall the people rule?" the question so long as we remain a republic, is un answerable for so soon as tho people do not rule by individual ballot or by representation, we oease to bo a republic and le.-ome an oligarchy, and -our forefathers got away from that as soon as they could. Gentlemen of Pike Countv, the party name on the ballot in town and oounty politics may look good, and you may be advised to vote the ticket straight, but It can do nothing for you, yon may bow down, as do the heathen, to a wooden idol or some inanimate object and oner up your supplications, yet as educated men, as men with reasoning powers, you know that such supplications, unless asslstod by nature, or the natnral trend ot conditions, will not prevail no matter how earnest aud strenu ous your efforts have been. It lu lies a good husky man to fob jlow the reaper and ycu would prefer a man whom you tried the year be- fore, for you know what he can and will do, in prelureuoe to the stranger wuo is untried, so, it takes man to do the work for you, instead of tho inanimate naine of some political party. Mr. Voter, have you yet made tip your mind how and lor whom you will cast your ballot on Nov 8? The time is getting short and you are the man interested. ALFKKD MARVIN. IT'S THE WORLD'S BEST No one has ever made a salve, oint ment or balm to coin pa ie with Hnek len's Amies rtalvtJ. It's the one nerleet henler ol Cuts, Corns, Ruins, Rrtiises, tfores, Seitlds, Itoils, I'liers, Keenin, Suit I! Ileum. For Sore K.vw, Cold Sores, Chapped Hiinds, or SSpnihis, It's supreme. Iiifiillihle for Piles. Only i"c at all dniHKists. Port Jervis Consistency -' H. L., whose newsy, weekly leb tors to the Tort Jkrvis (Jazi'ttf no doubt are large inducements toward maintaining tho populnrity of that paper in this section-, is rather criti cal in his last article. Me calls at tention to the fact tb it his Siper urges support, of home niorchant' :nd then points out what Port Jervis does to drive awny outside Irudn, und his remarks tire f.ur and jut. He might have added tlint Port Jer. vis business men are consistent ill one thing at least', they, with very few exceptions, confliie their adver tising exclusively to their home papers, while asking Milford and this section to trade with them. If you want to know what attractive bar gains Port Jervis merohants are offering you must take their papers. Thus they are sincere supporters of home institutions. But 'suppose people take them at their word in this kind of loyalty would they get aay dollars from outside their own town. Mail order houses in far away Chicago and other places in vade the oountry papers with their advertisements and thus to an ex tent scatter their money outside their home cities. Port Jervis enters into no such oampaign. She says oome here all ye outside people and spend your money with us, but don't ask us to spend any moiivy with you, we are strietly home supporters. That is Port Jervis consistency. REACHING THE TOP iu any calling of life, demands a vigor ous body and a keeu brain. Without health there is no success. But Klec- trlo Hitters is the greatest Health Builder the world has ever known. It compels perfect action of stomach, liv- kidueys, Iiowels, purifies and eu- riehes the blood, tones and invigorates the whole system and enables you to stand the wear and tear of your daily work. 'AfleruiouthBof suffering from Kiduey I rouble," writes V. M. Sher man, or Lushing, Me., "three bottles of ElecUic Killers made me feel like a new man." 5c at till druiririBis. Lime Sulfur Wash People ask for a formula for mak ing lime sulfur wash for spraying. Hoil two'and one fonrth pounds of sulfur with a pound of lime in a gal- Ion of water for three fourths of an honr and not over an hour. Straiu and put in a vessel which can be closed and air kept away from it. When to be used dilute it with sewn or eight times its bulk of water. WANTED Co-smo ihii.it an U a o a ink requires the services of a repre sentative in Pike County to look af ter subscription renewals and to ex tend otrculation by special methods which have proved unusually success fill. Salary and commission. , Pre vious experience desirable but not scutial. Whole time or spare time. Address, with references, II. C. Campbell. Cosmopolitan Maga zine, 17S9 Broadway, New York City. , FORCED TO LEAVE HOME livery year a large number of poor sutlerers whose lungs are sore aud racked with coughs are urged to go to another climate. Jlut this is costly aud lot always sure. 1 here's a better way Let Dr. King's New Discovery cure you at home. "It cured me of lung .trouble," writes W. R. Nelson of Cala mine, Ark., "when all others failed wid I gained 47 pounds lu weight. Its surely the King of all cough aud lung cures." Thousands owe their lives and health to it. Its positively guar anteed for Coughs, Colds, LuGrippe, Asthma, Croup all Throat and Lung troubles. 60c. and H 00. .Trial bottle free at all druggists. ' KILLS A MURDERER A merciless murderer is Apiiendicit- la with many victims. Hut Dr. Kings New Life Pills kill it by prevention. They genlly stimulale stoniueh, liver, and bowels, preventing that clogging that Invites upieudicilis, cuiing Con stipation, Headache, Bilious new. Chills, 2oc at t,ll dmggists. CHARGES AGAINST TENER Last week the Philadelphia North American in an open letter to Bena- tor Penrose oharged that it had evl denoo implicating John K. Toner the Republican candidate for Governor, and offering to submit Its faots to the Senator, and any attorney he might select, in company with Governor Stuart, with a view to having oandi dale Tener withdrawn. A limit of ts hours was fixed and if within that time the offer was not accepted the paper declared It would publish its accusations. Senator Penrose disro' garded the letter and the North American, after -the limit expired, jiuulished Its article. The allega tton is that Mr. Tener lent his name is President and director to a swindl ing btlieme, for which he was paid a salary of $5000 a year and given a bonus of $50,000 of its stock. The corporation was named the National Public Utilities Corporation, and Its issue of $2,000,000 paid up non as sessable stock was based on the as s?st of three or fonr other corpora tions which were fraudulent and of no value, among them a proposed railroad In Oregon of whioh they did not own even the franchise, which they were to buy for 12,000. These are the naked allegations. In reply Mr. Tener does not contradict the above statements but says that he went Intc the company "in the ordl nary course of business" which If It means anything means that he lent for a consideration hia name, fame as a congressman and reputation to an alleged fraudulent concern to en' able it to sell Ub worthless stock to a confiding public, without making in- vestigation to satisfy himself that it had any real value and wag not first and last a swindle. We had a tew years ago a Governor who confiding ly sat in his office and allowed a gang to rob the State ot milliong in rimming the Capitol, and after tried to exonerate them of wrong doing. Some of the perpetrators are dead, all who were tried were convicted of conspiracy to rob, and some are now serving terms la the penitentiary. The Governor was not molested with warrants and he will go down In his torv, to put It broadly and frankly, as being too much of a fool In busi ness matters to be held responsible for not preventing the pillage. Dodge and explain as republicans may, the charges against John K. Ten er are too minute In particulars, too oircumstantial iu detail, too damning in branding him as being connected with a swindle not to merit a full, complete and open explanation. If this vindicates him well and good, the people should be satisfied, if it docs not he should be refused the suffrages of all honest men, If he per sists In remaining on the ticket. The Republican party professes to be a party of morality and takes high ground. It professes to be a party of Lincoln, ot Garfield and in this state of Stuart. Let it live up to Its Ideals and certainly if the charges preferred against Tener are but true in any de gree he cannot lie the ideal of any true and loyal Republican. It is for him to clear his name of all imputa tion of being knowingly connected with a swindling corporation devised to defraud those be would call his constituents Nothing less than this should satisfy the upright voters of Pennsylvania. HIGH SCHOOL NOTES On Monday October twenty fourth Inst.tate Week begins, the pupils are buiily preparing a musical program. The pupils of the High School have planned a Hallowe'en party to be given on Saturday October twen ty-ninth. Invitations have been is sned to various friends of the pupils, the number being limited, because the rooms do not accomodate a large number. Arthur Wolfe is anticipating a trip to New York during Institute Week. Mr. C. D. Wildrlok will spend the week end with his pareuts at Moosic, Pa, The pupils of the High and Gram mar Schools have gotten now school pins. The pin is a small black one, with gold letters. Miss Margaret Choi expects to spend next week with friends in Port Jervis and Jersey. Frank Gehrig, formerly of this place, has gone into partnership with John Depenbroch, his brothi r- io-law, in Jersey City. The buoiueas ' is drugs. OCTOBER COURTS The regular term of October court was neld Monday before Hon. C. B. Staples President Judire and his asso dates Ecglrhart and Quick. ixinstables making returns were Rloomiug Grove Levi Lord Dela ware D. C. Cron, Dingman Edwin Drake, Green Sherman Fowler. Lack awaxen C. R. Rosencrans, Lehman vv. o. an Auken, Mntamorns Boro. I. Manwariug, Milford Boro C. E Thornton, Milford tsp. S. L. Hunt, Palmyra J. N. DcGroat. Shobola P. rvuun, westtall O. B. Shay. Accounts In estates of J. E. Virgil, A. bmlth, Mary Fahrcnbaok. Amanda W. Cortrigbt confirmed nl. widows A purs I ss merit est Paul schanno confirmed ni. si. Road in Lackawaxen Renort of viewers vacating same confirmed. Sheriff's sales of property of Moun- Spring Co. to Otto Zoollner and prop, erty of Wurren McKcan to S. St. J. Gardener, confirmed ni. si. Et. G. l Rowland. M. C. Row land appointed Executor. .Commonwealth vs T. W. Davis Rule to show cause whv lioonsH tor Hotel in Palmyra shall not be e- voked. 1 he evidenoe was that Davis had never been in charee of thp place but that it was oonduoted by a Manager who sold liquor and beer one Sunday in September to two de tectives from Scranton who were sent there for the purpose. The court thought there should be more evidence and asked for affidavits of parties r siding near by. ' Return of view on bodv of Geo. C. Clark by Otto Zoellner filed and costs ordered paid. Oppelt vs Oppelt. Divorce Geo. R. Bull appointed Master Martin vs Martin. Divoroe. Hv. T. Baker annolnted Master Gilmore vs Gilmbre. Divoroe. .1 H. Van Etten appointed Master. Petition for County bridge in Green, Viewers continued. Lewis W. Healey vs Chas. Pern- berton. Petition to satisfy Mortgage, files referred bock to Attv to draw order. Ralph L. Ford to Frank R. Ford release of Guardian directed. Returns of view on bodies of Lllli. sn Jaokson, Addie Fellows and Eu gene Baudin by J. H. Ludwie. costs ordered paid. Depew vs Denew. Divorce, nnb- licatlon of notice ordered. Court adjourned to Nov. 10th at 12 M New Normal School System Btate Snperintendent Schaeffer in his report for 1910 suggests some mportant changes in our school laws, among them a more extended medi cal Inspection, laws whioh will ex tend the work of high schools, snd a change in the system under whioh normal schools are operated. He, especially, thinks the states interest should be enlarged aud a higher standard of education adopted. Normal schools are under the con trol of private corporations. Nine of the eighteen trustees are stockhold ers elected looally and the others represent the state. He cites as causes of troubles the desire of rival banks to be depositories, the fact that a rich mans son if disciplined may seoure oontrol of sufficient stock to ohange the trustees and the highest interests uf the school may be subor dinated to business advantage He thinks it a question to be considered whether the State should baj the stock and assume entire control, or whether a representation on the board of trustees proportionate to the money advanced by the state will eliminate local fights from the management of the schools. Real .Estate Transfers. Emma Wiegand and others to Johaua Sohwanaman. Lota 6, 6, 7, Matamoras. Jacob Knoedler and others to Jo seph N. Jausen. 35 seres Lacks waxen, $1800. Ira Schoonover to E. L. Calkins. ( acres Lackawaxen, part of Josbna Seeley No. 65, &0. Friend L. Tuttle to The Kimble Lumber Co. 23 acres Palmyra, f 450 Daniel B. Olmsted to John Hertxel. 20 J acres Milford township, 1700. David McKen Jr. to Bertha F, Hempstead. 800 acres Dingman, part of James Reese. WAN TED I Farm witb good apple orchard, brook, uufailiug spring, moderate prioe. Hoffman, aot W. 113, New York NOTES FROM SANDYSTON - Clinton Rosenkrans and Earl De puo came across a fox lying on the trunk of an uprooted tree and al though the boys and their dog came very close to It, It showed no signs of fear. While one of the party sat on on end of the log, while the fox occu pied the other, the other party went to a neighbors and got a gun, and shot the fox. James Ayers whose face was badly hurt at Summit, N. J., a few days ago, is at home for a short time. Our wells, oisterns and streams are lower than in many years and many are forced to haul water for family use. Rain is badly needed. The advertised sale of the Layton bridge, and removal of the old bridge to near Emmet Lay tons on Saturday did nut take place owing to lack of bidders, only one being pres. ei.t, Mr. O. J. Little of Deckertown. When this bridge will be got and plaoed in position is something no one knows, and whese fault is It? Com busking is now In order and quite a number are well along with the work. Election Day will see the work done. , The law compelling all vehicles to carry lights at night is Ignored as not one In ten carry a light. As we have a good road, drivers drive anywhere on it and pedestri ans are liable to get run over. If a low were arrested and fined they will light up. The hunting season,' for some kinds of game, opened on Saturday, but !I do not hear of any great suc cess, If hunters would shoot the kind named In the law but. The i range dance on Friday even ing last was the most largely attend. ed of any; they have had, and the best of It was that all had very pleasant time, thanks to the manage ment. , Our cider presses cannot do busi ness for lack of water; and as older is a necessity. Adln Van Sickle of Lay ton will put up bis, and will have it in operation in a few days. The masonry for the iron bridge across the Flatbrook near the resi dence of Mrs. Jr. Layton south of Bevuna was awarded to O. J. Little at 6.50 per cu. yd. The iron bridge at Layton will be removed to that plaoe, but who knows when. Jersey teachers are thankful that the School Law grants them one more holiday. "Columbus Day" has been addod to the already long list of holidays. Sussex County pays 60 cents per day for board of prisoners In the Jail, and Salem oounty paid an average of lit cents for the year ending Aug. 31st. Quite a difference one would say, ii nd taxos soaring. The first real hard frost of the sea son came on Wednesday morning and vegetation of all kinds was destroy ed. The mercury stood at 24 degrees. Progress on the Macadam road Is going ahead rapidly and the "Emits" road will be completed by Monday noon of this week. Then the piece of road from Mr. Bensleys to Tuttles Corner only re. mains to be finished. This pieoe ia about half graded or more, and with their whole loroe working on It will soon be completed if good weather prevails. Work has continued on this road every day, Sundays not excepted, since the work, and, has been kent in good condition for travel during that time WANTED I SALESMEN to represent na in the aale ot cur High Grade Goods Don't delay, apply at onoe. Steady employment ; liberal terms. Ex per -enoe not necessary. ALLEN NURSERY CO, Rochester, N. Y. Pruning Trees If the desire is to check or retard growth during the season prone when in leaf, If you wish to Increase the woody growth next year prune when the tree is dormant or not in leaf. For shade trees which are too thick or too large and the deslrs is merely to bold them for shade pur. poses, without letting them grow larger pruue when In leaf, or In mid summer. This is a good month to prune generally speaking, for tbs leaves are dead. It is a good Idea to paint the stubs with pure white lesd and raw linseed oil to keep out the moisture.