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TIIK CITUOBK, FWDAY, FKI1HUAKY 11. 1010.
WADE H. ELIIa LSSIGITS
Selected by President Taft to Lead
Republican Campaign In Ohio.
Wellington, Kelt, s, - President Tnft
took his llrst step t.uu the Ohio -lltlcnl
game when he caused public
announcement to he inmle tint t Wade
II. Ellis., assistant attorney general,
had resigned to become chairman til
the Ohio Iteiiubllean state executive
The announcement was made follow
ing n conference between the presi
dent, Senntor Hurton, Mr. Mills, Sena
tor Dick and Walter 1 Hrown, chair
man of the Ohio Republican state t en
The resignation of Mr. Mills con
templates his election to the chair
manship at u meeting ut the state cen
tral committee, which meets at Day
ton on Saturday. No doubt is express
ed by Ohloans here as to the selection
nt Mr. Kills to this position.
Mr. Kills' election to lead the cam
palgn In Ohio menus that the admin
istration will have a direct representa
tive in tiie Held. It was the ense of
the "president's advisers that harmony
could best be produced and a more
effective campaign waged in Ohio by
the selection of Mr. Kills.
GENERAL WOOD IN HOSPITAL.
Said to Be Recovering From Operation
For Injury to Head.
Ual'Iniore, Kelt. S. Mnj r (General
Leonard Wood is report' ' lo be re
covering from an opera i .Tformed
at the Johns Hopkins hospital for an
Injury to his head.
While governor general of Cuba and
at Santiago iJeneml Wood one day
arose suddenly from a chair and in
jured his head severely through eom-
COPYFUGHTBY PACH BROS. NX
MAJOIt GEN. LEONARD WOOD.
Ing in contact with a chandelier. Ue
underwent nn operation in Hoston for
the injury, but was told that u sup
plementary operation would be neces
sary In the future.
Ho arrived In Baltimore on Saturday
and went directly to the hospital with
out anybody except those directly eon
rerned In Baltimore and Washington
being aware of his whereabouts.
President Taft has been kept fully
Informed of the situation, and a let
ter from the White House arrived at
the hospital for the general. The hit
ter's condition Is said to be very satis
PREFECT LEPINE ILL.
Famous Head of Paris Police Caught
Influenza During Flood Days.
Paris. Feb. S M. Leplne, prefect of
police of Paris. Is seriously 111 with an
attack of inlluenza.
He contracted cold as the result of
exposure during the recent Hoods.
Millions For Paris Sufferers.
Paris, Feb. 8. The cabinet lias de
cided to ask parliament for a loan of
20.000,000 francs, or $4,000,000, for the
relief of the sufferers by the flood.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Closing Stock Quotations.
Money on call today was 2',4 per cent;
time money ana mercantile paper un
haiiKt-J In rates. Closing prices of Block
Atnal Copper. . 72',i "N'orf. & West... 97H
Atclilbon 111 Northwestern ..1S2?,
il & O 109Vi Penn. It. It 130'i
Urooklyn It T.. CSVi Heading ISO
l 'hen A. Ohio.... 7SV4 Itock Island 41Vj
I' C.C &.SUU ta St. Paul 1I1S
I &II 170 Southern Vac. ..WW,
i:ne L'O Southern Ity.... ai'i
Uen Electric... H7A South. Ity. pf... 61
til Central 138, Sugar 113'i
jnt -Met lhli Texas Pacific. .. 27
Louis. & Nash.. UV Union Pacific... ISO1!
Manhattan 135 U. 8. Steel 75
Missouri 1'ac .. 133 U. 8. Steel pf...ll8
N Y Central... 116 West. Union 6J'.i
HUTTEH l-'irm on top grades; lecelpts,
f.,707 packages; creamery, specials, SQc.
extras, 15'AC. ; thirds to firsts, 2Ca23c. ;
statu dairy, common to llnest, I'lazac. ;
process, firsts to specials, Sa28c. ; west
ern, factory, seconds to firsts, 15!a21c.;
Imitation creamery, SaSCc.
CHEICSE - Firm; receipts, TO boxes;
mate, full cream, fall make, specials, 1TV4
a!8c , fancy, 17',ic ; good to prime, ICVi"
ICc., current make, best, i&alCc. ; com
mon to fair, 13alDc; state skims, 1 lbs
fall make, specials. 14a; good to prime
13aHc, . current make, best, llal2c; fall
to good, 8al0c; common, 4a7c; ful
POTATOES Easy; Bermuda, second
crop, No. 1, per bbl l.&0a&: Maine, it
bulk, per 1M lbs., Sl.G2al.87; per Back, Sl.tt
al.uO, stato and western, In bulk, per 160
lbs., Jl.Wai.C3; per sack, Jl.30al.W); Bweeti
Jersey. No. 1, per basket, GQc.aJl.
DUESSED POULTItY-Flrmer on fowls
turkeys, selected, western, dry picked, 2ia
Sc.; scalded, 2ta25c,; fair to prime west
ern, 22a23c; old toms, 21c; roastlus
chickens, nearby, fancy, 21a25c; western,
milk fed. fancy, 22a23c.: corn fed. fancy,
19a20c, ; mixed weight chickens nearby,
fancy, isazia; western, mine lea,
dry nicked, corn fed, average best, 17c.
scalded, average best, lCa; Ohio and
Michigan scalded, average best, I6aivc.
fair to good, ISalCc.
HOME OF LINCOLN'S ANCESTOR.
Whilom Domicile of Honest Abe's
Still standing near Exeter Station,
about eight miles below Rending, is
an ancient dwelling that was once
the home of the great-great grand
father of Abraham Lincoln. Morderal
Lincoln. The original tract upon
which a portion of the old homesteac
still remains comprised 300 ncres ot
land, the woodland portion being
known ns "Black woods."
The ancestry of Lincoln can be
traced back to colonlnl days. Previ
ous to the year 1645. there came to
the town of Hingham. Mass., from
England eight men by name of Lin-
co.n. Three of them were brothers,
one of whom named Samuel, had a
lmge family, which included four
sons. Among the Llncolns were many
munlnent In public affairs. One was
a member of the Bostou Tea Party
and served as a captain of artillery in
the war of the Revolution, while a
number of others served as privates.
The fourth son of Samuel Lincoln.
Mordecal Lincoln, became a rich
blacksmith," a3 Iron workers were
called In those days. He was the pro
prietor of numorous iron works, saw
mills and grist mills, and his children
and his grandchildren Inherited a
great deal of his wealth. Two of his
sons, Abraham and Mord' 'ai. did not
remain in Massachusetts, but removed
to New Jersey and then to Pennsyl
vania. Here both prospered. Mor
decai took up 300 ncres along the
Schuylkill River In Berks County.
Some of his descendants still living
In this vicinity have continued to be
well-to-do people and some of them
have taken prominent positions in
One of the sons of the second Mor
decal, whoso name was John, had re
ceived from his father 300 acres of
land in New Jersey, but evidently did
not care to cultivate his inheritance.
for about 1738 he removed o
V.rginla and was known by the mem-
bers of the Lincoln family as "Vir
ginia John.' This John Lincoln naa
five sons whom he established well.
His son Jacob entered Uie Revolu
tionary army nnd served as lieuten
ant at Yorktown. Three of his other
sons decided to try their fortunes in
the now country that was then open
ing up. Ono went to Tennessee and
two to Kentucky. His son Abraham
who was the first to go to Kentucky,
was already a well-to-do man when
he decided to leave Virginia, for he
sold his estate for some $17,000
portion of which he invested in land
fflpo Treasury warrants. He bought
1700 acres of land In Kentucky. Early
in his life in the new country, how
fivsr. whilo still a comparatively
young man, ho was slain by the In
dians. The youngest son or the pio
neer Abraham was Thoma3 Llnco'.n
who owned a farm at 25 years of nKe.
Tho second child of this Thomas was
Abraham Lincoln, who became the
txtoenth President of the United
A LINCOLN LETTER. 8
Washington, November 21,1864.
To Mrs. Bixby, Boston, Mass.:
Dear Madam I have been
shown in tho files of tho War
Department a statement of the
adjutant-gonornl of Massachu
setts that you are the mother of
five sons who havo died glori
ously on tho field of battle. 1
foel how weak and fruitless
must bo any word of mine
which should attompt to be
gullo you from tho Brief of a
loss bo overtenderlng you the
consolntion that may be found
In the thankB of the ropubllo
they died to Bavo, I pray that
our Heavenly Father may as
suage tho anguish of your be
reavement, and leave you only
the cherished memory of the
loved and lost and the solemn
pride that must be yours to
havo laid bo costly n sacrifice
upon the altar of freedom,
Youra very Blnceroly and re
Bpectfully, A. LINCOLN.
"Louih and grow tat ! mighty good
advice, but a feller kin laugh a bull
lot bttr wntn tha pantrj'a full,"
Many Valuable Notes on the
Treatment to the Hair and
Scalp To Reduce the Abdomen
Chicago, Venus Loveliest
If a paste is used on the hands ut
night, and one is obliged to use oie
hands during the day at rough hon. -
work, such as sweeping, dusting.
washing, the paste will cause i. o
harm than good. Only those who ...
keep nway from such duties can nffn i
to use bleaching pnbtcs on the
when a professional dyes the li .ir
the wash to darken It will be up,.. . J
with a sponge, or son ethlng oi . ;
kind, and the stain is carefully was. .. i
from the scalp while still moist. .o
dye can be successfully applied to i .
hair by a novice, as it takes cxperie.r
and skill to know just how much
npply and how it should bo done. ...
no one can well apply It to her o.v.
The Jaborandl tonic can be hrd u:
most druggists, ready made, and
probably as effective as any for da le
aning the hair. Hero is a formula :or
making it: Tincture of jaborandl, i.l
teen grammes; glycerine, sixty gram
mcs; lanollne, nine grammes. Mix veil
and apply to the scalp (not the hairi
every night with the linger tips: in
the morning, wet the scalp with u ,.m
made by steeping one teaspoonfu! o.
sage in a cup of hot water, which i.-.nii
be strained and applied to the s- .p
with a sponge. Either the tonic or ,!i.
tea will have a tendency to stain t..e
fingers, so it is better to apply tlie.n
with a sponge.
"A well-known physician says: Pro
cure from your druggist one onn (
of pure glacial acetic acid and add to
it seven ounces of pure water, w.th
two ounces of pure glycerine and ont
ounce of your favorite perfume, fid
you have a splendid toilet water Put
will keep your akin clear nnd r,o
from wrinkles, and the best of i.
that this simple nnd inexpensive ire
od of treatment will kepp your fa o t
fashion that is, clear skin and g
For the Hair.
As a preventive trea'ment fc- " v
or faded hair, the scalp mass .
to be recommended. It takes t.-
but It pays in the added luster of t'n
hair. To massage the scalp, re3t ti;f
tiiis of the lingers on the scalp, fi 1
thumb being firmly placed; the b-iM
of he lingers are then pressed in aid
the scalp moved, the linger tips re
maining where they were placed on
tho scalp. Unless they are held rigid,
they will move the hair, giving no mas
sage. The scalp should havo this
treatment all over the head, giving
three or four minutes to each place,
and paying particular attention to the
scalp on the temples, as that is where
the hair thins and grays llrst. This
movement of the scalp will restore cir
culation, and give better health to the
hair follicles. Oils will not make the
hair greasy if properly applied; that
is, if the hair is parted and the tonic
rubbed in on the bare line with tho
finger tips or a bit of sponge. This
should be done before the massage,
and oils or liquids can be applied with
a little sewing machine oil can, so
that the scalp, and not the hair re
ceives the tonic. One of the be3t
Bcalp tonics is crue petroleum; vase
line is good; beef marrow Is one of
the best simple scalp foods, and can
be made pure at home. Melt and
strain a gill of beef marrow and add
a teaspoonful of sweet oil; twenty-live
drops of tincture of benzoin will help
to keep It sweet, but It should be made
In small quantities.
Chicago's Loveliest Woman.
If Paris, who gave the golden apple
to Venus as the loveliest of goddesses,
were to visit Chicago to-day he would
give another first prize for beauty to
Miss Helen Loewe of the Englewood
section. So declares the connolssoura
of gracoful curves and perfect figures
who are members of the Fine Arts
Society of Englewood. Impressed by
tho classic pulchritude of Miss
Loowe's face and form they have ask
ed her to array herself In Oreok garb
and sell her phototogrnphs at a fair
they will hold for the heneiit ot park3
"The model for these pictures Is as
perfect, physically, ns any woman in
existence," says Charles E. White, Jr.,
architect and president of the society
for which this second Helen, loveliest
of mortals, will sell her pictures.
Artists, sculptors, instructors in
physical training have created, llgured
out, as it were, un Ideal woman. Mls3
Loewe, who is nn art studont, com
pares with the perfect woman thus:
Miss Loewe. Ideal figure.
5 feet 7 Inches. Height. 5 feet 8 Inchon
138 Weight 110
13 Neck 13
32 Chest 33
36 Rust 37
22 Waist 23
3C Hips 39
22 Thigh 24
10 Upper arm 11
8 Forennn 9
14 Calf 15
It is predictod confidently that
"there will be a rush" to buy MIS3
Helen's photograph a la CJrecque.
To Reduce the Abdomen.
In standing position, clasp tho hands
over the abdomen. Contract the mus
cles of the abdomen and bend at the
hips six times, keeping the muscles
well contracted throughout the bend
ing. Itest by taking three deep
broths between each exercise.
KING OPERATED UPON.
Qustavus of Sweden Very Low Fol
lowing Attack of Appendicitis.
Stockholm, Feb. 8. King Gustnvus
V. of Sweden Is critically 111 nt his
palace here, following an operation fot
He wits taken suddenly 111, nnd the
court doctors ut first diagnosed hlsdls
case of catarrh of the stomach. No
one regarded his Illness ns very se
rious, nnd the nieinborH of the royal
family were nt the opera when they
were suddenly summoned to his maj
esty's bedside. They were then told
that he was mifYoring from appendi
citis and that nn immediate operation
was linperutlve. The operation wnt
performed early todny, And the doctors
said it was successful.
King (iustuvuH was born June lti
1S.1S, ami MieeeiHlcd to the tin-one Dec
8, 1!)07. on the death of his father
King Oscar II. He Is a grandson ol
Marshal Reniadotte, one of the great
Napoleon's famous generals. While he
was crown prince In lSSt (Sustavii!
married Princess Victoria, daughter ol
the Grand Duke of Raden. and has
three sons, the eldest of whom, Crown
Prince Gustnvui Adolphus, is heir tc
The crown prlucu anil future king
married In 1005 Princess Margaret ol
Coniiaught, a niece of King Edward
of England. lie has two sons, boys oi
four and three years old.
The king's other sons are: Prince
Wilhelm, born 1SSI, who married in
1008 the Grand Duchess Marie Paw
lownn of Russia, and Prince Eric
born 1SS'.). The king has three broth
era Prince Oscar, born in ISM, whe
married Lady Ebba Munck, one of hi1
mother's maids of honor, and relin
qulslied his rights to the throne
Prince Carl, born In 1801, who married
In 1897 Princess Ingeborg, second
daughter of the king of Denmark, and
Prince Eugene, born in 1S05. Til
king lias a niece, Louise, married ti
the king of Denmark.
CAUGHT BV A BLOODHOUND.
Burglar Left a Trail of Blood and It
Was Easy to Follow Him.
Riverhend, N. Y., Feb. 8. Frederick
Darche, run down and captured by a
trained bloodhound belonging to the
detectives of the Long island railroad,
has confessed Ills attempt to burglar
ize the railroad station at Ilrookliaven
and is now in hospital at the Suffolk
county jail here.
Darche's capture followed the re
ceipt of a telegram at the railroad de
tective headquarters In Long Island
City saying that the railroad s ation at
Jlrookhaveii had been entered and that
tiie lloor was covered with fresh
Robert E. Kirkiim. chief of the rail
road detective bureau, sent special of
ficers to the scene with several blood
hounds that the railroad lias in train
ing. A trail of blood led toward the sta
tion, and when within a mile of that
place tho trailers arrived in front of
a blacksmith shop just in time to see
Darche, keeping his rlht hand in Ills
overcoat pocket, attempt to get into a
waiting wagon ns the dog sprang for
GIRL'S SUICIDE AT NIAGARA.
Beatrice Snyder Jumps Into Current
and Goes Over American Falls.
Niagara Falls, N. Y.. Feb. 8. Miss
Beatrice It. Snyder of liufl'alo commit
ted suicide by going over the Ameri
can falls here. She entered the river
about fifty feet back from Prospect
point, nt the end of the railing. Wit
nesses sny she hesitnted a moment
and then threw herself into the cur
rent, which the next instant swept her
over the brink. On the bank she left
a handbag, hmidkcrchlef and a note,
Dear Mamma and Papa May you both
forBive me for brlnelns this awful dis
grace upon you in theso years of your
life; also may our heavenly Father for
Klve all my ulna. Iiut I havo always been
very Rood, thank God! With my heart
full of all tho kindness and tender love.
With lovo to all. Goodby. Lovingly,
In her purse was a communicant's
card signed by Dr. Edwin II. Dickin
son, pastor of the North Presbyterian
church of Ituffalo.
Koreans Kill Twenty Japanese.
Seoul, Fell. 1. An uprising of Ko
reans against the Japanese has oc
curred in south Phongan, nnd twenty
Japanese settlers havo been murdered
Beef and Bald Heads.
It is a matter of common observa
tion and mention among market men
that moat handlers, carriers and wag
oners who tote the big beef tpiarters
on their shoulders seldom or never got
baldheaded. This seems to show that
the yet nllve Juices, serums and fats
from the beef enter Into the scalp and
hair follibles to nourish and sustain
It. Or the Juices may act In their
gorm-kllllng capacity and so destroy
germ Invasion Into any part of the
hair. Tip has nover yet heard It
maintained that the bald-headed were
restored In this fresh meat smearing
way,, which only keeps good hair fast
and strong and gloriously greasy.
New York Press.
Coffins Made of Paper.
Some undertakers, whoso custom
ers are poor people, are using cofllna
made of paper. The coffins are made
In all styles ot pressed paper pulp,
Just tho same as the common paper
buckets. When they are varnished
and stained they resemble polished
wood, and In point of durability it Is
claimed they are much better than
TAFT TO HONOR ST. PATRICK.
rVIII Attend Banquet of Irish Club of
Chicago on March 17.
Washington, Feb. 8. President Taft
is going to honor the birthday of St.
Patrick by going to Chicago, where
the Irish Fellowship club Is to give a
big banquet on March 17.
Tho president has accepted an Invl
tnttiu to make the opening address nt
the world's convention of Sjinday
tchools, which begins here May 11).
Brothers Give $250,000 to Yale.
New Haven, Conn., Feb. 8. Tin
Shelllcld Sclentllic school has received
n gift ot .?li.i0.t)(K from George G. Ma
son of New York and William S. Ma
lum of Evnustou, 111., brothers, to build
a new laboratory for mechanical engi
More Mon Join Bethehem Strike.
Relhlelieni. Pn.. Feb. 8. -Two thou
sand four hundred machinists mid la
borers have Joined the ranks of the
Itethlehom Steel company strikers.
The laborers ask a ten hour day nnd
15 cents nn hour.
Memory by Smell.
The sense of smell, though almost
a lost sense with modern man, as is
well known, sometimes brings back to
memory the strongest visions
thoughts and Impressions of the past.
Tip met a Scotcli terrier, an o'd
friend, he had not seen for a year. She
deliberately nosed and deliberated in
a most human way for a space o!
twelve or fifteen seconds, then mem
ory and recognition camo with a rush
in n wild tide of gamboling, groveling
CASTOR I A
Por Infants and Children.
Hie Kind You Have Always Bought
plLERK'S NOTICE IN HANKHUPTOY
L' In the District Court of the United
States for the Middle District or Pennsylvan
ia. Kdwln I). Prentice. Wayne County, Pn..
a bankrupt under the Act of Congress of
July 1, hnvltiff applied for a full dis
charsefroin all debts provable against his
estate undi r salil Act. notice Is hereby alven
to all known creditors and other persons in
Interest, to nutiear befoie the said Court at
Scnmtoii. in -aid District nn the 15lh day- of
I'KIiltUAJtY, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon.
to snow e.Uise. ir any they nave, way uie
praverof the said petitioner should not be
KDWAUD it. W. SKAM.E.
JUST FINISHED I
We have placed all
on our counters at ex
tremely low prices.
Don't fail to come and
getsome of the bargains.
It's never too late to buy
a lailor lYlaue Mut or
Coat, at half its original
One dozen 90c Muslin Night
Twenty dozsn 50c Percale Qr
Shirts, all sizes, at... i . .
. ATTORNEY A COUNSKLOR-AT-LAW.
untce, .Masonla building, iccond floor
WM. II. LEE,
ATIOKSEY i COUNSEI.OU-AT-LAW,
Olllce over i ost olllce. All leitul business
promptly iitUndcd to. Honesdiile, Pa.
n C. MUMFOKD,
ATTORNEY & COUNPEI.OR-AT-LAW
Oltlre I.lliertv Hall btllldlli. ontioslte the
Post Olllce. llonesdale. Pa.
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-L AW.
Oillte over Keif's store. Ilonesdale Pa. -
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW
Olllce ver l'ost Otllte. Ilonesdale. Pa
rtllAKLKN A. McCAKTY,
J ATTORNEY A COUNSEI.OR-AT-LAW.
Special and prompt attention etven to the
collection of claim. Olllce over lteif's new
store, ilonesdale. Pa.
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW
Olllce over the Dost oillte Ilonesdale. Pa.
. ATTORNEY A COUNSEI.OR-AT-LAW
Oflice in the Court House, Ilonesdale
HEHMAN HA KM Kb,
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW
Patents and pensions ecured. Olllce in thd
Schuerholz building Ilonesdale. Pa.
T)ETEK H. ILOFF,!
J. ATTORNEY A COl'NSELOR-AT-LAW.
OIHre-Second lloor old i-avinea link
buildlne. Ilonesdale. Pa.
ATTORNEY A COl'NSELOR-AT-LAW
01I!re-NTt dt or tnot tftic. Porn.erl
occupied bv V II. DliMnii k. Uuiudale. Pa
DR. E. T. UKOWN,
Olllce First floor, old Savhi'.'s iiank build
ing, ilonesdale. Pa.
Dr. C. II. HKADY. Dentist, ilonesdale. I'a.
Office Houks-8 m. to p. m
Any evening by appointment.
Citizens' phone. S3 Hesldence. No. Hr-X
Dlt. II. IJ. SEARLES,
Olllce and residence 101U Court street
telephones. Otllte Hours M0 to J:CU and
(!l0 toH:iK). p. in
r 1VIJDV broii t! HicL-nril hns re-
Jj moved his livery establishment from
corner Cliinch ttrett to Whitney's Stone
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
FIRST CLASS OUTFITS. 75yl
JOSEPH N. WELCH
The OLDEST Fire Insurance
Agency in Wayne County.
OHice: Second lloor Masonic Ruild
ing, over C. C. Jailwin's drug store,
IF you don't insure wtih
us, We both lose.
HITTINGER & II
White Wills Pa.
CIRCULATE -:- -:-
THAT GOOD OLD
At Home. Don't Send
It Away tc the Mail
We have thesort of tooth brushes that are
made to thoroughly cleanse and save the
They are the kind that clean tfeth (without
euvlus vour mouth full ot bristles.
We recommend those costlntr 25 cents or
more, as we can guarantee them and will re
pluce, free, any that show defects.of manu
facture within three mouths.
O. T. CHAHBERS,
Opp.D. A H.SUtltn tlONESDALE, PA