The citizen. (Honesdale, Pa.) 1908-1914, June 23, 1909, Image 5

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FOR SALE-Leather Parlor Suit. Bedroom
Suit. New Scwliie Mnchlne. Dlnnlne Table.
Dockasb Steel Rouge; Combination Bookcase
and Desk. Center Table. 'Pictures, Dressers.
9 by 12 Rub, Carpets, Small Rues, 75ft. 7 ply
hose. THE DAILY HOUSE. 71a High St.
FOR SALE House and nine acres of land
In Protnnton. Terms to suit buyer. F. P.
KIMULE, Honesdale, Pa.
WANTED. A dining room girl at the
Hotel Wayne.
' GIVING UP housekeeping, will sell nt
private sale household goods. .Cheap, as I do
not wish to store them. J. T. llrady.
NATURALLY people who want to buy
Honesdale building lots or dwellings come to
me. It you want 'fiulck action. ' list your
properties with DORIN, The Real Estate
Man. w"
TO LET. for children, pony and cart hold
ing four. Terms. 60 cents for tirst hour-!Uc
per hour after. C. A. Cortrlght & Son.
ROOMS TO RENT. Apply at Urecstcln
Brothers' Store.
BKAMAN has some sv endld Native and
Western horses for sale all In excellent con
dition at Allen House Hani.
SPECIAL attention given to children at
L Charlesworth's Stmlfo. &
at Charlesworth's
$50.00 REWARD.-You can make even more
thZ this on yemr goods bv setting me toclo
your selling. Write for date. A. O. Ulake,
Auctioneer, Ilethaiiy.
TfOR SALE Ray house, on East Extension
street! LaVge lot with sixty feet front. M. E.
Simons. .ftteoltl
SCHOOL TEACHERS If you have a tew
hours each day thnt you can spare from you
work we will show you how to increase your
earnings. Drawer 5 Honesdale Pa.
FARM of 182 acres for sale. Good house, a
barn that will accommodate 40 cows. Shorses
and 100 tons of hay. Farm well watered.
New chicken house that w lUiccontmodatt
200 chickens. Large silo. No better farm in
Wayne county. Situated one-half mile from
village. Inauire nt The Citizen oilice.
One week from next Mondaj
the Fourth of July will be celebrated
The members of the Epwortli
League of the Methodist church held
a picnic at Beach Lake on Thursday.
The Boot and Shoe Worker's
Union will hold their annual picnic at
Lake Lodore, August 12th.
Marriage license have been
granted to George V. Delaney and
Eva L. Gregory, both of Honesdale;
Fred J. Roth, of Gouldsboro, and
Lulu Spregel, of Scranton; William
C. Skillett and Arminta Campbell,
both of Starruccn.
The employees of the American
Knitting Co. are enjoying a two
weeks' vacation.
The new addition to the Katz
underwear factory, will bo ready for
occupancy about July 15th.
Carl Kelley has been appointed
clerk in the , postofllce. William ,
Buerkett will succeed him as mail
Peter Alt, of Madison township,
Lackawanna county, was arranged
before Squire E. B. Hollister on a
charge of trespassing. He was fined j
one dollar and costs and on default
of same was brought to Honesdale on
Thursday last by constable A. B.
Walker, of Salem, and lodged in jail i
to serve a term of eleven days. I
H. G. Vail, of Damascus, has two
Holsteln cows, six years old, that are
very profitable. One, in less than
nine months, gave 11.G57 pounds of
milk, which brought him 51SG.G0,
and the other, in 3 months, gave j
4,992 pounds, which sold for ?83.13
at the Bordon shipping station. The
cows were fed on dry hay and feed.
Lowell M. Broughton has sold
his farm in Berlin township to Levi
Penwarden of Honesdale. It con
sists of fifty-two acres and price paid
was 5827.
The Seelyvillo school had their
Children's Day service on Sunday
last in the Chapel at that place.
The assembly room was very pretti
ly decorated with laurels. The
seating arrangement of the chlldern
and audience was admirable. The
exercises consisted of recitations and
singing, accompanied by piano and
violin and a short address by V. W.
Wood. The manner in which the
whole program was carried out re
llected great credit not only on the
children and scholars who took part,
but showed great painstaking upon
the part of the managers. Supt.
Bodie and his excellent corps of teach
ers are to be congratulated upon thae
splendid work that they are doing
and the evidence of its appreciation
is shown not only by the large school
membership, but by the people of
Seelyvllle in general.
A party of eighteen Italians, who
have been working at Tanner's Falls,
left on Friday for Bradford, where
they have secured work.
There is to be big exhibit of
poultry at the next Wayne county
fair. General and special prizes will
be awarded. To enter for a special
prize you must have been a member
of the Wayne County Poultry Ass'n
for at least three months.
Fred Schuerholz, ,of Honesdale,
is now a pitcher and center fielder
on the Mount Carmel Atlantic league
Adolph Schneider, of Honesdale,
captain of the Lafayette College team,
has signed to pitch for Fottsvllle.
On Wednesday evening Miss
Maude Murray will entertain at her
home on South Church street a
number of friends at an informal
On Friday evening Frank W.
Delancey, of Sellersville, Pa., will
lecture at the court house under the
auspices of the Wayne County Poul
try and Pigeon Association. Mr.
Delancey is editor of the "Poultry
Item" and his subject will be "The
Value of the American Hen.'.' No
admission will be charged'.
Correspondence from Mt. Pleas
ant, Arlington, Dreher, Wllsonvllle,
Steene, Pine Mill, and Bethany were
unavoidedly crowded out but will np
'pear In the next Issue of this paper.
A new time-table went into ef
fect on the Erie railroad on Monday,
June 21st. The only changes on the
Honesdale branch was the train
which arrived at this place at 1:39
p, ra. wll arrive hereafter at 2:13
p. m. 1
In the case of Horace E. Wil
liams vs. Herman Harmes Judge
Staples directed a compulsory non
suit to be entered, thus completely
exonerating Mr. Harmes. Thus end
eth the second chapter of this case.
Peter Alt, of Madison township,
Lackawanna county, who was ar
rested last week on the charge of
trespassing on land in Salem town
ship, was relased from the county
Jail on Saturday. Alt's brother paid
the fine and costs which amounted to
Frank Dennis, a glass cutter,
was arrested on Friday evening on
the charge of assault and battery per
fered against him by Joseph Chamb
ers. He plead guilty before Justice
of the Peace R. A. Smith, and was
released upon payment of the fine
and costs.
"The Citizen" is the only pa
per that has published in full the
addresses made by the graduating
class at their class night exercises
and those delivered on commence
ment night. They are most excellent
reading and reflect great credit upon
the graduates and are entitled to all
the space that is given them. We
are pleased that by the aid of our
Linotype we are able to give them
in full.
Horse thieves are at work in
Sullivan county, N. Y. Early Thurs
day morning a team of horses was
stolen from the barn of George Crary,
of Liberty. Oue is a bay, weighing
1,100 pounds and the other Is a black
weighing 1,050 pounds. The thieves
also took a buckboard wagon with
red running gear. To avoid passing
the residence of Mr. Crary they drove
through the fields which was a quar
ter of a mile out of their way. The
horse, cart and harness which was
recently stole from Edward Kearney,
a farmer living near Liberty was re
covered near Newark, X. Y. Several
weeks ago Mr. Kearney was In
Honesdale In search of his horse and
wagon. He visited all of the stabies
at this place but no trace of tho out
fit could be found.
A largo number from this place
attended the races in Carbondale on
The school directors of Lacka
waxen township at a meeting last
week appointed the following Wayne
county teachers for next term: .Miss
Tillle Brled of Hawley, Kimble
school; Miss Kathryn Drake of Haw
ley, Glen Eyre school, and Miss Smith
of Rowland, Union school.
Jacob Lonsdorf, of Scranton,
and well known here, having for
merly owned and conducted the ho
tel owned by John Huemnnn, will
leave this week on an automobile
trip to St. Paul, Minn. Mr. Lonsdorf
has purchased a new Stevens-Duryea
car, and will be accompanied on the
trip by his sons, Dr. John P., Wil
liam, and Jacob.
On Tuesday morning E. F. Ruddy,
John Tolan and John Marrion, of
Carbondale, were arrested by M. L.
Braman on the charge of assault,
which occured upon the highway,
and damage done to George Maekle,
of Fortenia. The latter was driving
to Honesdale, near Locust Valley
Farm. He saw the men driving
down the road. Mr. Mackle made
an effort to get. out of the way but
before he could do so the two wagons
collided. The rear wheel of Mackle's
wagon was damaged. A warrant was
secured and the men were arrested
and given a hearing before Justice of
the Peace Robert Smith, and released
upon payment of costs which amount
ed to 510.75.
On Monday morning the Hones
dale school board met and elected the
following teachers: H. A. Oday
principal, salary 51,650 per year for
twe years; M. G. Readinger, vice
principal, Alice Z. Gregory, Mary
A. Menner, Edith Swift, Alma J. G.
DIx, Theresa B. Soete, Mrs. Sluman,
Edith Tolley, Anna G. Seamans, Car
rie B. Stephens, Mattie E. Gillew,
Jennie S. Lee, Amy E. Clark. No
appointment has been made for the
vacancy caused by the resignation of
Miss Vera Murray, who has accepted
the position of principal of the Texas
township high school. The board
also re-elected J. A. Reitnauer as
Frederick J. Holbert died at his
home nt Owego, N. Y., June 2d,
aged about 45 years . He was born
at Holberfs Ridge, Westcolang
Park, Pike county, a son of the late
Frederick J. Holbert. He conduct
ed the Delaware House at Lacka
waxen for a number of years, later
the hotel now owned by John F.
Meyer at that place and during the
past year had charge of a hotel at
Owego. He Is survived, by his wife
and four children, all grown; by
four sisters and two brothers: Lena,
wife of Eugene Poole of Mlddletown;
Mary, wife of John Munson, of Row
land; Mrs. Ellen Tyler, of Lacka
waxen; Elizabeth, wife of John Al
fred Dailey, of Matamoras; Lewis
Holbert, of AVestcolang Lake, and
Ferdinand Holbert of Blnghamton.
Burial at Lackawaxen.
Pongee, Taffeta, and Ottoman Cloak
and Jackets, at
45w0 MENNER & CO.'S.
Charles Thompson, of Yale, ar
rived home on Friday evening for
his summer vacation.
Miss Bessie Starbuck is visiting
nt the home of George Eck, of Dy
berry. Merton E. Granger, of Syracuse,
is visiting his friend, Neal Hlller, of
Church street.
Frank Soete, Jr., of Norwich, N.
Y., was among the out of town peo
ple to attend the graduation exercises
last week. Mr. Soete is connected
with the civil engineering board of
the Ontario and Western Railroad.
.Miss Muriel Willard, of Syracuse,
Is visiting Miss Bessie Brown, of Up
per Main street.
Mrs. Hensel, of New York City,
returned to her home on Thursday
after a pleasant visit with friends In
Miss Florence Stahl left yester
day for a two weeks' visit with
friends at Ariel and Lake Como.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Menner are
visiting their daughter, Mrs. Robert
Ace, of East Stroudsburg.
Squire Jones, of Newfoundland,
was in Honesdale last week on busi
ness. R. Hamilton Torry, of Brooklyn,
Is visiting his grandfather, Edwin
Torrey, for a few weeks.
Julius Freund, of Wilkes-Barre,
spent Sunday with his parents.
Mrs. M. D. Slayton, of Bethany,
left last week with her daughter,
Miss Laura, for the latter's home in
Portland, Maine.
Miss Helen Manning, of New
York City, is visiting her parents at
E. J. Slager, of Hawley, was a
business caller in town last Friday.
Mary Jayne and Florence Kim
ble attended the dance In Carbondale
on Saturday evening.
Mrs. H. R. James, of Blngham
ton, spent the past few days with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Men
ner. Glenn Wilmarth, of Aldenville,
was a business caller in town on
George Brooker, of Starrucca,
and Isaac Simons, of Nobletown, a're
guests at the Commercial Hotel this
Mrs. Elizabeth Bond and daugh
tr, Mrs. George S. Spettlgue, of East
street, returned home Monday from
a few days' visit with the former's
brother, Prower Budd, at Beach Lake
and other relatives.
Attorney E. A. Delaney, of Car
bondale, was a business caller in
town on Saturday.
Mrs. W. J. Cornell returned to
her home at Chautauqua, N. Y., after
a few days' visit with her cousin,
Mrs. Schermerhorn.
Mrs. Slgmund Katz has return
ed home after a visit with relatives
in Scranton.
Mrs. John Wickham, of Scran
ton, recently visited relatives at this
Edward Bader spent Saturday
and Sunday wltli friends in Carbon
dale. E. B. Callaway, of the Wayne
County Herald staff, was a visitor in
Dunmore on Sunday.
Miss Isabelle Harroun, who has
been attending West Chester State
Normal School, has returned to her
home at this place, after a short
visit in Honesdale. Miss Harroun
will leave for Crystal Lake and will
spend tho summer at Fern Hall.
Eugene Caufleld spent Sunday
with friends in Forest City and Car
bondale. Miss Alice Mullen, of Brooklyn,
is making an extended visit with
Honesdale relatives.
Miss Florence Relfler, a student
at Wilson College, Chambersburg, is
spending the summer vacation with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Rieiler, of Tanner's Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Starnes, of
Carbondale, spent Sunday with rela
tives In Bethany.
Roy Wood and Miss Hazel Mor
gan, of Carbondale, were visitors at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. F.
Bishop, of East Extension street on
Harry G. Penwarden, son of
Yardmaster Penwarden of this place,
Is laid up with typhoid fever at
Portsmouth, Ohio.
Mr. J. J. Rankin, of Scranton,
was a visitor in Honesdale one day
L. N. Goodnough was a wel
come visitor at the Citizen office
last week.
Floyd Harvey, of Wilkes-Barre,
was in this place on business last
Mr. Matvln Fitz, of Carbondale,
spent Sunday in Honesdale.
S. E. Brooking and wife, of
Poyntelle, were callers in town on
Tho Jonah club will conduct a
dance at the Lyric theatre on Friday
Mrs. Horace Moles, of this place,
was called to Carbondale on Satur
day on account of the serious illness
of her daughter, Mrs. James Faatz.
Charles Bennett, a former Hones
dale boy and son of Moses Bennett,
who kept a tin shop on the south-east
corner of Tenth and Main streets, Is
visiting his sister, Mrs. Buel Dodge.
Mr. Bennett makes his home in Chi
cago where ho is connected with the
Boynton Furnace Co.
Miss Bessie Kelley left this
morning for Susquehanna, where
she will remain a week with her
aunt, Mrs. Martin O'Maller.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ryan, of
Scranton, spent a few days in town
last week.
Marie Ward spent Sunday In
Mollle Theobald returned to
Scranton on Saturday after a weeks'
visit with her mother.
Thomas Canlvan was the guest
of his brother, Rev. Charles Canlvan,
of Long Island City a few days last
Mrs. George Lancaster, of South
Sterling, was a visitor in town on
Arthur Oday, of Syracuse Uni
versity, Is home on his summer vaca
tion. Mrs. James Lindsay and daugh
ter spent Thursday In Scranton.
Mrs. Frank Orchard and chil
dren, Maurice and Elizabeth, of Car
bondale, spent Sunday wth Mrs.
Emma G. Secor and family of West
Miss Lizzie Brady spent Sunday
In Carbondale.
Lloyd C. Rosencrans is in a
Wllkes-Barre private hospital sick
with appendicitis. His mother and
sister went to see him on Sunday
and found him more comfortable
and thinks an operation may not be
Misses Ethel and Edna Hawker,
of Dyberry Avenue, spent Sunday
with their aunt, Mrs. George Ech of
Michael Coar, of Scranton, Is
visiting relatives at this place.
Mrs. Michael Dardls and daugh
ter, Margaret, of Brooklyn, N. Y., are
visiting at the home of her mother,
Mrs. John Reiley, of South Main St.
Miss Sophia Helnlckle has re
turned home after spending a week
in Scranton.
Mrs. Roy Long and son, of Chi
cago, are visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Heft of Sixteenth
.Miss Alma Schuller has returned
home after a visit with the Misses
Place, of Tunkhannock.
Miss Helen Glbbs, of Scranton,
is visiting Honesdale relatives.
Miss Dora Baker, a teacher In
the school of Rosyln, N. Y., has re
turned home to spend her summer
vacation with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Baker, of East Extension
Miss Hazel Spruks, of Scran
ton, is visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Lemnitzer of West
Miss Mae Kelsey, of Bridgetown,
Conn., Is visiting friends at this
place. Miss Kelsey was a former
teacher in the public schools at this
Miss Mary Monaghan, of Carbon
dale, is visiting relatives at this place.
William Saddler, of Scranton,
was a visitor in town Sunday.
Arthur Reese, of Scranton, spent
several days in this place last week.
William Baird, of Port Jervls,
attended the commencement exercises
at this place on Friday evening last.
Miss Lucile Rowland has return
ed to her home after a ten days' visit
with Scranton relatives.
Fred Richert left Monday for
Rochester, X. Y., where he has ac
cepted a position with the D. L.
Armstrong Shoe Company.
Frank Fowler, of Rockford, III.,
is visiting at the home of his mother,
Mrs. Emma Fowler, on North Main
Miss Edna Katz attended the
commencement exercises of the
Scranton High School held in that
city on Friday evening.
On Monday morning Miss Maine,
daughter of Mrs. Theresa Green, of
South Church street, was united in
marriage to Asa E. Bryant. The
ceremony was performed at St. Mag.
dalen's parochial residence at 7:30
o'clock, Rev. William Dassel officiat
ing. The bride was attended by her
sister, Miss Letitla Green, and Clar
ence Green was best man. The bride
was attired in a grey traveling suit.
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant are well known
and popular young people of Hones
'dale. The groom is secretary and
treasurer of the American Knitting
Company. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant left
on a three weeks automobile trip to
Albany and Lake George, upon their
return they will have a suite of
rooms at Hotel Wayne.
Announcement of church services,
entertainments and meetings should
be plainly written and in order to
receive prompt attention, bo sent
so as to reach this office be
fore twelve o'clock on Tuesdays
and Thursdays when we go to
press. We are very busy on these
days and to call us on the phone,
have us write your notice nnd then
print It without charge does not
add anything to our temporal or
spiritual progress.
Closing 8tock Quotation.
Money on calf was 2 per cent: time
money and mercantile paper unohanged
In rates. Closing prices ot stocks were:
Amal. Copper... 76V4 Norf. & West... 89
AtchUon 113 Northwestern ..182
B. & 0 116 Penn. It. R 188
Brooklyn It. T.. 77 Heading 117
Ches. & Ohio.... 76 Rook Island 29
C. ,CC,&atL,H St. Paul 160
D. & II 188 Southern Pao...lJ
Erie 344 Southern Ry.. 29
Gen. Electric... 180 South. Ry. pf... 67
III. Central 146 Sugar lie
Int.-Met 16 Texas Pacific... 3JH
Louis, a Nash.. 140 Union Paino...68
Manhattan 14 V. B. Steel , 6i
Missouri Pac.... 11, U. S. Steel Et.-J21
N.y.cptrAi...4g syvMt. Ham,.7Tv
"The Singing School" will be giv
en at the Seelyvllle Chapel on Wed
nesday evenng (to-night), proceeds
for the benefit of the Seelyvllle Fire
Department. The play Is a carica
ture of the old-fashioned New Eng
land singing school and is most ex
cellently staged.
For the rest of the summer the
second service In the Presbyterian
church will be from 5 to 6 In the
afternoon. Ladles are invited to
come without hats or gloves.
A short, bright, helpful service.
The Lord's supper will be observed
Sunday morning, July 4th. Pre
paratory service the Wednesday night
The Ladles' Aid of the Rileyvllle
Presbyterian church are to hold an
Ice cream festival at the church and
on the lawn, Thursday of this week,
June 24th. Go and spend a pleasant
There will be an Ice-cream so
cial at the Grange hall at Calkins,
Pa., Friday evening, June 25th,
Proceeds for the Union church.
About half past eleven on Satur
day evening the Are department re
sponded .promptly and proceeded to
the lower end of town, but finding
that there was no fire that necessi
tated their help, they returned to
their quarters. While promptness
in sending in an alarm is commend
able, it is a serious offence to send
in an alarm for any other purpose
than that for needed help In case of
NOTICE is hereby given that an appli
cation will be made at the Court of
Quarter Sessions of the Pence of Wayne
county, on Thursday, the 24th day of June.
1909, at 10 o'clock a. m.. by the undersigned for
a license toenrry on the business of detective,
with the prlnclpnl olllce In the borough of
Houesdnle. Wayne county, Pennsylvania,
for n period of three years, and that said ap
plication whs Hied with tho elerk of said
Court on the 14th day of June. luoa. under the
provisions of the net of the General Assembly
approved the 2M day of Mnrch, 1WI7. nnd the
supplements thereto. N. 11, SPENCElt.B
Houesdnle. Pa., June 14, l!M).3ae tiat'-'eill
Special Sale
ummer Dresses
Princess Lingerie Presses, Newest Models and
Exquisite Designs, at reduced prices during June
Linen Tailored Suits
French Linens in all new colors at marked-down
ummer Til I i ( i 1 1 1
Exceptional value Gingham, Lawn and Mad
rnss Dresses in neat effects.
Summer Underwear
For Ladies, Men and Children.
Knit Underwear
In all the desirable makes at popular prices.
Dutch Collars
The novelty of the season. We have them at all
Katz Bros.
Right Now
In the Heart of the Season
We are going to offer the UESTTEN DOLLAR INVEST
MENT that has been on the boards for some time. We have
too many suits and not enough jiiiwi
To adjust matters we
Fifteen Dollar suits 1
and say to you take your
choice lor
These suits arc no back numbers. They are NEW
SPRING SUITS. The best we have and the best we have
had this season's make.
TAKE A I ((U at them if they don't beat any suit
I Hilt H LUUll you have ever seen offered for TEN
DOLLARS, don't buy them. Drop in and see what's doing. X
Enterprise Clothing House.
A. W. ABRAMS, Proprietor.
Dnlly Performances
7 to 10 P. M.
Price 5c. to all
White Lawn, and MadraB Princess
and One-Piece Dresses, at
45w(l MENNER tfc CO.'S.
Theo. Lisken,
Cabinet and Furniture Work.
Impairing Neatly Done. '
Hair Mattresses made over like new.
526 So. Main St. HONESDALE.
have taken all our Twelve and