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THK CITIZEN, FKIDAY, AUGUST 20, UM)0.
1 CENT A WORD COLUMN!
ISOAKDUHS WANTIil) at I). P.
Policy's, Seelyvlllo. G5t4
FOH SALE Three-story house
on Cliff street, nearly new, water on
every iloor. Only ?1,G00 cash.
Now renting to three families.
Good reason for selling. DORIN.
HAltl) WOOD, for sioves and
grates, for sale at frank llollen-
beck's, Prompton. G5t4
l-'OH SALK or exchange for
stock, one pair good work horses.
Cash price for pair, ?G0. Forrest
A. Taylor, Torrey, Pa. G5t2
THK Peck-Alexander reunion will
be held at Carpenter's Groe, Union
dale, Friday, Aug. 27, 1000. 2t
FOK SALE The Philip Monaghan
property on West street. Large lot,
good house, small barn. Inquire of
W. T. .Moore. G4t4
1SKAMAX has some splendid na
tive and western horses for sale, all
in excellent condition at Allen House
SPECIAL attention given to chil
dren at Charlesworth's Studio. 28
FOH SALE Ray noUBe, on East
Extension street. Large lot with
sixty feet front. M. E. Simons.
Do you owe for your paper?
If so, kindly remit.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Herzog on Sunday, a daughter.
Hawley has three cases of
diphtheria, all in the family of Wm.
Miss Margaret Siebold, of Car
bondale, was the guest of Waymart
friends last week.
The moon-sign weather proph
ets who said rain would come with
the "change" hit it surely this time
The ladies of the Methodist
church will furnish dinner and lunch
for 200 llremen on Wednesday of
Old Homo Week.
At a meeting of the High School
Alumni, held last week, plans were
1 cumulated for a banquet, to be
given "Old Homo Week."
The rain which fell this week
was most welcome, but it did not
wot very deep. Two inches below
the surface, the soil will be found
dry in most places.
llartman, the tailor, who dis
appeared from Honesdale Aug. .1th,
is still among the missing. .Mrs.
Hartinaii is closing up his business
Preparations for the Old Home
Week celebration here are progress
ing. Every one who has duties to
perform to make the event success
ful, is busily engaged.
The following marriage license
was granted Tuesday by I'rothono
tary M. .1. Hanlau: Edward F.
Bader and Mary A. Jaynes, both of
"The Don't Tell -My Wife" show
at the Lyric on Tuesday night, was
not just what the good-sized audi
ence anticipated. It might have
Weather-wise people predict hot
weather for the balance of this
month and during September. We
can endure a little warm weather
during the shortening days. We've
had but little, this season.
Rev. Dr. Henry Tuckley, super
intendent of the Binghamton Dis
trict of the Wyoming conference, is
suffering from a stroke of paralysis
which he sustained while at Dimock
camp-meeting, Tuesday last.
After four days of rain and
gloomy sky, the sun once more
smiles upon this section. The storm
was general in the Middle Atlautic
and New Eugland States. It was
very much like a September equinoc
tial. Dr. H. B. Ely, of this place, as
sisted Dr. E. B. Garvitt Wednesday
In setting a fractured leg of Wil
liam, four-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Tuman. The limb was
placed in a cast. It was broken in
two midway between the hip and
It is proposed that instead of
the unsanitary drinking cups on
railroad cars, that cups of paper, bo
placed in a penny-slot machine, for
the dry passenger. That Is good
enough. Now provide clean drink
ing water and clean tanks and the
public will not wrangle about the
A Honesdale lady was yester
day complaining to her milkman
about the thin condition of the
milk served her. Tim milkman, in
a jocular mood, explained that It
was entirely due to dry went her,
and said that even the iowh felt so
sorry about their product, that they
wept. "That's bad." said the. laay,
"but pleaso don't lot them cry into
my can any more."
The announcement Is made of
tl.e marriage of a woll-knowu news
paper man, formerly of Siranton
but now of Philadelphia. Mr. Rich
ard J. Beamish, to Miss Maud
Wctherly, (laughter of Mrs. William
Wetherly. of Philadelphia. Their
wedding tour will iircludo France,
Switzerland, and Germany. Mr.
Beamish Is a writer of good verso
and at one tlmo was a co-laboror
v i' i fill.1, I I'l ethei'oe In koiiici im-
io u i in "i-ii! vorU'i, Mr. BeamUM
si .ppiyMif; the theme In verso to Mr.
Prothoroe's melody and harmony.
Honesdale has one case of ty
phoid fever, that of Charles E.
Helck, of Green street.
The new U. S. cent does not,
It Is said, fit the peuny-ln-the-3lot
machines. That Is probably because
honest Abe's face Is on It.
The Modern Woodmen of Beth
any, will entertain their friends on
Wednesday evening, August 25, on
the square. Halnc's band will fur
nish music during the evening and
refreshments will be served. The
public Is invited.
Mrs. Wm. Clark is visiting rela
tives in Scranton.
Miss Maud Kelly, of Scranton, Is
visiting at her home in Seelyvllle.
Miss Marlon Romnine is the
guest of relatives In Port Jervis.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Emery have
returned home after a visit at Elk
Misses Florence and Teresa Soete,
are visiting friends in Kingston,
Miss Edith Simons, of Newfound
land, is the guest of Miss Alice
Mrs. John Farrell, of Carbondale,
Is visiting In town, the guest of
Mrs. Ann Eliza Spry, of Dyberry,
was a caller at The Citizen office
Thomas Vruland, of Paterson, N.
J., is a guest of Thos. Crossley in
Hon. Charles J. McCarty Is en
joying the beauties of Lake George
Miss Anna Ward, who has been
visiting in Wilkes-Barre, has re
O. H. Jadwln, of New York, form
erly of this place, Is a guest of his
brother, C. C. Jadwln.
Mrs. M- Schenck and W. Lintern
are guests of W. P. Schenck, In
Mrs. L. Smith and daughter, Flor
ence, of Scranton, are spending a
few days in town.
Miss Anna O'Malley, of Susque
hanna, Is a guest of Mrs. James P.
Kelly, on Church street.
Miss Eva Brown, of Philadelphia,
is visiting at the home of her moth
er on South Church street.
Mrs. R. T. Snerry, of Hartford,
Conn., is visiting her cousin, Mrs.
Ellen Pope, on Upper Main street.
Mrs. Martin Lynch, of Towanda,
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Caulleld, on Park street.
.Miss Augusta Hagedorn, of Phila
delphia, formerly of this place, is
the guest of Miss Carrie Helferich.
The Misses Agnes and Lucy
Donnelly, of Scranton, are visiting
at the home of Wm. Donnelly.
Miss Marie McDermott left on
Thursday for a visit with relatives
and friends in Pleasant Mount and
Miss Louise Fowler, stenographer
In the Treasurer's ollice, will spend
her vacation In Scranton and Ber
wick. Miss Mollie Parker and Miss Mary
Foster entertained at luncheon at
the Country Club on Thursday.
Covers were laid for eight.
Mrs. Emmett Clime and children,
of Long Island, arrived yesterday af
ternoon tor a visit with the former's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Kelly.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Van Keuren
have rented the ground floor rooms
in the Bunnell dwelling, on Twelfth
street, and will occupy same Septem
Mrs. Ellen Higgins and daughter,
Mary, left Wednesday for a two
weeks' visit with relatives in Clifton,
Miss Martha M. Collins is .enter
taining her friend, Mrs. Robert
King, of Philadelphia, for two
A. T. Searle, assistant U. S. dis
trict attorney, and son, Charles,
have returned from their visit in
Mrs. C. Brown, who has been
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Lewis, in Carbondale, has re
Sidney Henwood, who has been
a patient at Emergency hospital for
the past three weeks, expects to
leave for Scranton soon.
W. S. Ilaldemnn, of Aldenville,
has been elected to the position of
professor of the department of
geometry in the State Normal School
Prof. Cornell, who resides at
Hotel Wayne, has greatly strength
ened his reputation as a weather
prophet since his prediction regard
ing the lato rain came true.
Miss II. M. Clark, of Scranton,
who is In charge of the Y. W. C. A.
at Lake Ariel, and her guest, Miss
E. .1. Moyes of Westport, Pa., are
registered at the Allen House.
Rev. Wm. Jessup, of Meruit Syria,
with his family are visiting friends
in .Montrose. Ho was In attendance
at the funeral of tho lato Judge
Hand, hero yesterday.
John Dudley and "son, John, of
Buffalo, who have spent tho past
four weeks with tho former's brother,
Ernest, in East Honesdale, left for
homo on Tuesday.
Julius Kc4tz, Jr., who has been
in New York for nearly two mouths,
under the euro of Dr. Chas. J.
Ogllvy, professor of orthopedic sur
gery, Mas returned to 'Toncdnlo.
Ho will, It is said, after wearing a
t- !ipr l'or m vral n oath.:, '.
Hon. Jns. Blrdsall and C. H.
Purely are In New York.
Austin Lynch, of Olyphant, was a
business caller in town yesterday.
L. Blumenthal has returned
from a business visit to New York.
Mr. and Mrs. William Hnttler, of
Baltimore, are spending a few weeks
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Bryant havo
returned from a two weeks' visit
at Asbury Park.
Mr. J. II. Fisher, of Scranton,
civil engineer for the D. & II. Co.,
la busy In this place.
Herbert Benny and sister Carrie,
are visiting their aunt, Mrs. Cather
ine Spall, In New York.
George H. Sandercoek left this
week for Matamoras where his son,
Isaac, is engaged in the erection of
a concrete bridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Fryer and
daughter, Gertrude, are among the
summer visitors at Cuddebackville,
Miss Emily Ahlborne has returned
to her home In Wllkes-Barre after
ii visit with the Misses Ward of Park
Miss Anna Shay, who has been
visiting friends and relatives here,
returned to her home at Easton,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilder and
daughter, Frances, have returned to
their home In Scranton, after a visit
with Honesdale relatives.
Miss Charlotte Brown left Wed
nesday on a western trp. She will
go to California, and will visit Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred Schuller, of Berkley.
Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Ely, and son,
attended the funeral of Mrs. Ely's
mother at Dunmore on Thursday.
Mrs. Josephine D. Whitney and
Antoinette Durland left Wednesday
for Asbury Park, where they will re
main a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ward, Mrs.
Charles Hand, and son, of Brook
lyn, and Mrs. Alfred Hand and son,
of Mansfield, O., are In Honesdale,
called here by the death of the late
Horace C. Hand.
Mr. and Mrs. Darius Varcoo re
turned to their home at Washington
on Wednesday. They have been
guests at the home of their nephew,
F. .1. Varcoe, for several weeks.
Miss Mae O'Neil, operator at the j
Consolidated Telephone company's
exchange, has returned home after,
spending her vacation in Scranton
Sishr M. Veronia ami Sister M. !
Evangelista, of Mt. Loretto, Staten j
Island, are visiting at the home of i
tho hitter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.:
John O'Coniiell, of Court street. '
Mrs. A. B. Tr.iusuo and sun,1
Ralph, arc in New York city. They
will remain over Sat unlay, which h.
the twonty-lil'th anniversary of Mr.
and Mrs. 12. H. Gates, of Flushing.
Frank Smith, wife and aged moth
er, Mrs. Porter Smith, of Hazlc
hurst, MeKean county, are In Hones
dale for a few weeks' stay. They
will also visit relatives In Wayne
county before returning home.
lion, and Mrs. Edmund B. Harden
bergh returned from Winnetka
(Chicago) 111., on Wednesday, after
several weeks' visit with their chil
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ilar
denbergh. They are enthusiastic
over tho lake route as a pleasant
means of travel in summer.
The following from this place will
leave Friday morning on an nuto
mobile trip to attend the 25th an
niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Gates, of Flushing, N. J., which will
take place on Saturday: Mr. and
Mrs. E. D. Penwarden, Mrs. Emma
Taylor, Mrs. Walter M. Fowler, and
Mrs. II. E. Bassett.
At r.bout nine o'clock last Tues
day morning, the lifeless body of W.
B. Kinney, a prominent business
man of Orson, was found lying, face
downward, in only a few inches of
water in tho creek at that place,
nearly opposite his residence. A
coroner's jury was impanneled to
investigate the cause of his death,
and decided that he came to his
death by falling in a fit at the place
Deceased was well known and
greatly esteemed in his neighbor
hood. Plenty ot' Coal, ns Yet.
In a report just issued by the
United States geological survey some
exceedingly interesting statistics
showing tho amount of coal in the
anthracite and bituminous fields of
this State originally and now, Is
The estimates of tho geological
survey places the amount of coal
originally in the anthracite fields at
21,000,000,000 short tons, and in
the bituminous Holds at 112,571,
000,000. short tons. There is ap
proximately 1U, 1)70, 000,01)0 tons of
antbracito left in tho ground, and
woro thnu 19,000,000,000 tons of
According to the report the pro
duction of coal in Pennsylvania In
1908 amounted to 200,1 IS, 281
short tons, bavins a spot value of
5270.995,1 52. This includes 74,
347,102 long tons of anthracite
valued at 3158.178,840, and 117,
179,527 short tons of bituminous,
valued at 51 18, SIC, 303. The ag
gregate production of both anthra
cito and bituminous coal In Penn
sylvania was less in 19 OS than in
1907, tho aggregate of both kinds
.'howim.' u (V-1 ease c 35, flf.fi, 408
short tons and 1 :!.:M2.u3o In
Tho state department has Issued
the following charters:
The Erie Iron and Steel company,
capital, $30,000; treasurer, 1. H.
The , Ec lipse company, North Glr
ard, Hle county, $30,000; W. E.
Abbey, North Girard.
Carnival on Park Lake.
Tuesday and Wednesday even
' ings, Sept. S and 0, during the Old
I Homo Week celebration, there will
I be a carnival on Park lake. Get
' your gondolas ready. At the same
i time, an elaborate display of llre
, works will take place from the
summit of Irving Cliff, which Is
near by. These will be among the
very interesting features of the
New Mail Routes.
A new mall route will be estab
lished between Honesdale and
Hoadley railroad station. Mall will
be carried live days during the week.
On Saturday the mail will leave
Honesdale on the 7:10 east train.
The mail will be carried only one
way, leaving Honesdale at 6:50 p.
m. and arrive at Hoadley's at 8:05,
connecting with the train from Haw
ley to Scranton. Until Aug. 31,
sealed proposals will be received at
the postofflce of the assistant post
master General at Washington for
carrying the mall from Sept. 13,
1909, to June 30, 1913.
On Wednesday evening Miss
Mary Jaynes and Edward Bader
were united in marriage at St.
John's Lutheran parsonage. The
ceremony was performed by Rev.
W. F. Hopp. The couple was at
tended by Miss Ruth Lord and John
Kimble. After the ceremony a re
ception was held at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lord, of Main
street. Both Mr. and Mrs. Bader
are popular young people of Hones
dale, and they received many beauti
ful gifts from their large circle of
friends. They will reside in fur
nished rooms on West street.
RcsltTTUMl His Position.
On Friday evening, "Christy" Rab
bltt was arrested by officer John
Canivan and placed In the borough
lock-up. On Saturday he was given
a hearing before Burgess John Kuh-
bach, on the' charge of drunkenness .
and vagrancy, and was sentenced to
thirty days at hard labor on tho I
streets of the borough. Officer
i 'mil vim took liis prisoner to West .
street and placed him in charge of I
Street Commissioner Wcidner.
Rabbit awaited his chance, and I
.when Mr. Woldner was not looking, I
he "beat U" over the hills and has !
not been seen hereabout since that i
lime. Hir, coat was loft hanging on j
ii street post near the place where I
ho was working. Rabbit is a well- !
known diameter of this place.
Some time aco lie inheriteri nlinnt. I
fourteen hundred dollars and, spent
lour moiuus in enjoying imiiseir,
taking pleasure trips and entertain
Shot Hi'? Mi.tliei- Then Went to a
Enraged because his mother
charged him with drunkenness and
idleness, Frank Clark, aged 34
years, shot her with a revolver on
Monday night at the family home,
338 South Ninth avenue, Scranton.
The bullet entered the right arm
between the elbow and the shoulder.
After the shooting Clark went to
Mofllt's saloon at the corner of
Ninth avenue and Luzerne street.
Neighbors who heard the shooting
ran Into the house and found the
mother, Mrs. .Margaret Clark, bleed
ing profusely at the arm.
Hurrying to the scene in the po
lice patrol the officers, after a short
search, lound Clark at Mofllt's sa
loon. They hurried him to the West
Side station, where ho was locked
Frank Clark is a son of James
Clark, who formerly resided in
Honesdale, and kept a grocery store
on South Main street.
New Fire Company.
On Wednesday evening a num
ber of young men met at the town
hall and organized a fire company by
electing Robert Murray, president;
William Katz, vice president; Leon
Katz, secretary; John Wasman, I
treasurer: John Richert. foreman! .
Leo Theobald, 1st assistant; Ed-1
ward Hand, second assistant. .1. ,
Deemer and A. W. Abrams compose!
the hoard of trustees.
The new fire comnanv starts with
a membership of thirty-five. At a 1
recent meeting of the town council
tho latter organization offered to
furnish equipment for a flro com-1
pany if organized. A number of .
young men from down town took
up tho proposition and organised the
company. Headquarters will be
secured. Tho old Delaware . Hud-!
son offlce, near tho canal bridge, will
likely be tho place. j
"I suppose you laicKv of my family
trco':" said Huron Fucash.
"Yep," answered Mr. Cuniros. "It
may have beena good tree, all right,
but 'It looks to me ns if tho crop wau
a failure." Washington Star.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
E. W. Gammell, secretnry of the
Wayne County Agricultural society,
received a schedule of reduced rates
on the Delaware & Hudson railroad
for the coming fair, which wilt be
hold October 4-7 Inclusive. Tho
tickets will be ijncid on any train
and icr October ", 0 and 7th. Spec
ial trr.lv.j will leave each evening on
these different days at 7 o'clock
from the Delawrru & Hudson depot
From Wllkes-Parro to Ilonesdalc',
1:15; Scivinton. Do cents; Carbon
dale, CO co'its; Waymart, 35 cents.
Police Magistrate W. S. Miller,
of Scranton, sentences boys who
steal pears, apples, etc., to a
"good, sound, spanking" by the
mother, and sees that the sentence
Is properly executed. "Oh, wise
Judge most upright Judge!"
This Maxwell Auto Model D. R.
has climbed every hill about White Mills and vicinity
y uen you v.t.v?: i ucjenia&
i Write OUT White iViiH.3 A'ency.
n ii mb ii 1 1 i'i ii mi iii ii ii mi in i i :i-p--i4-d"
ALL THE FACTS ABOUT AMERICAN PRINTS
Indicate ;:lsi luU'ly the superiority of the Wash
Goods that are washable. We cannot make this
stntci'H'U loo strong, the American Printing Co.
k up unv claims uc have- made.
See Our Window Display
of new and handsome FaU Styles In American
Prin's. Now an sale at our Yashjoo(jr. Depart
ment for len days only at 5c. a yard.
.Mrs. Elizabeth Miller died at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gray,
of South Main street, on Thursday
morning. Deceased was ninety-four
years of ago. She was born in
England and came to this country
about forty-five years ago. Mrs.
Miller's homo Is in Brooklyn, but
aiie lias been visiting relatives at
this place since June. About a
week ago she suffered a stroke of
paralysis from the effects of which
she did not recover. Tho funeral
will be held to-morrow (Saturday).
Tho following grand-children are
her survivors: Mrs. Abram Decker
and Mrs. Charles Gray, both of this
Don't fnll to attend Freeman's
dance at the Lyric Theatre next
Friday night. All will have a good
STEADY ACCUMU L AT ION
of funds will wear away the hardest
rock adversity plants In your path.
Dollars, dollars and yet dollars,
slowly but surely deposited with us
will slowly, but regularly and sure
ly win H per cent, interest each year,
witli Us compounding.
pries nom $500 iq $1,750
otor ecu-, cs23 or
'vV!iite Wilis, Pa.