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THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, KKB. 18, 1010.
j. .J..J, j.j.j,rj..j...j..jMj...jj.j.j..t ! It Is rumored that sovcral of our
for tlio routing season. An agent
wns in town the1 -first of tho week.
Tlio funeral Of Henry Mains, a
T j former" resident of Thfton, was hold
In the Baptist church ' on Sunday
afternoon. Burial In the Eddy
On Tuesday afternoon George
Anslcy, of Paupack, met with a mis
hap on the corner of .Bcllcmonto
Avenue, opposite tho Btono Bilk mill.
There Is a dangerous corner stone
at that point which ho probably
struck, upsetting the sleigh and
throwing to the ground both horse
and driver. Having his fast driving
horse, Jessie, he wns no doubt
travelling at a terrific speed. Asldo
from a few broken straps there was
no damage done.
Karl Huff moved to Wllsonvlllc
THE MOST HEMAW.R MEDIt'M FOR
Mr. Chas. Houok Is on the sick
Mr. Vm. Hobacker and wife,
George Frey and Anna Barnes Bpent
Friday night In Moscow, nnd helped
to celebrate Edgar L. Robackcr's
20th birthday. Everyone had a
very pleasant evening, nfter which
refreshments were served.
Miss Kate Simons, of LaAnna, is
in Scranton at tho homo of Dr. F.
Cross. Mrs. Cross has had an nt-
tack of appendicitis.
Miss Bess Dunning, who has been
sick for a few weeks, Is on the gnln
Miss Leoln M. Smith starts for
New Jersey this morning (Mondny),
where she expects to teach school.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hausc, Mr. and
Mrs. Crawford of Iowa, spent Sun
day at tho home of Robert Whit
taker Several people from this place at
tended the supper nt tho I. O. O. F.
hall, Friday night, for the benefit
of Samuel Hazelton and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zeigler are
rejoicing over n young daughter.
Mrs. Zc'.glor is at her home.
The A. D. K. boys expects to take
their play which they had in tho
hnll ! ew months ago, down at Mt.
Home, the 22nd of February. A
good time is expected.
Mr, Koulson, of Honesdale, was
at the home of Mr. G. H. Lancaster's
Simon Bros, have moved
mill down near Mr. Elder's,
expect to start work for Mr
the day after election.
cherry lumber to bo used in tho
construction of a now houso ho is
Mr. Rny Olver spent soveral days
with Honcsdalo nnd Scelyvillo
t lan Endeavor soclctica of this sec
tion, will bo held In Aldcnvillo on
Sunday, Feb. 20th, If bad storms
nnd roads do not again Interfere.
Mr. Robertson., of Drowntown, has
rented tho farm of Mrs, Win, V.
Burdlck. Ho expects to run n milk
route to Forest City.
W. E. Kudo, C. H. Williams and
Mrs. Bernard Groat attended Pom
ona Grange last week.
115 MEN MASSACRED.
USWICK & LAKEVILLE.
Henry Mains, of Rowlands, Pike
county, Pa., died on Fohrunry 10, 'on Monday.
1910, after an Illness of eight or ten' Albert Whclo is confined to
The funeral of James Mandeville
was held in the M. P. church last
Wednesday at 1 p. m., services be
ing conducted by tho Rov. Thomns
Hooper, pastor of the abovo named
church, who delivered a very ap
propriate sermon suitable to the
occasion. During the last few weeks
of his life he was cared for at his
late residence by his grand-daughter,
Catherine Barhight, of Carbon
dale. She did everything that will
ing hands could do to comfort him
until he closed his eyes on every
thing earthly. Ho enlisted in the
Civil war, for three years, in the
17th Pennsylvania Cavalry, and
served intil its close; but he has
answered his last roll fall on eartl,
in the ranks militant', and gone to
join the army triumphant. His, re
mains were laid at rest In the old
cemetery. He was 68 years of age.
Charles Vanslckle has moved In
the residence vacated by Lincoln
-Merithow. Mr. Vansicklo has In
his employ Emraott Pugh, formerly
with Jerry Buckley of this place.
As they are boHi hustlers their suc
cess is assured. Let the anvil ring.
The Ladles' Aid held at Mrs. Geo.
Felldlng's last Wednesday, eclipsed
all former occasions of the kind
that is known to the writer. There
were fifty-five present that took din
ner and Borne left that could not
wait. It goes without saying that a
very pleasant day was enjoyed, al
though the weather was somewhat
James Hnsen Is working in Car
bondale at present.
Mrs. Eugeno Swingle, accompan
ied by her daughter, Hazel, made a
business trip to Scranton last week.
Rev. Thomas Hooper has not been
able to get to his appointments for
tho past three Sundays owing to tho
storms and snow drifts which are
nearly fifteen feet high in some
dnys of pneumonia. Dr. Shannon
of Lackawaxcn, attended him. The
remains wero brought to tho home
of his oldest brother, Peter, of Haw
ley, on Saturday evening. His wife
and children, nnd his youngest
brother nnd his wife nccompnnled
him. The remains wero also accom
panied and attended all tho way
through by Samuel Decker of that
place. Many thanks to him for his
kindness. There was prayer nt tho
house by the Baptist minister, Rev.
Smalley; then they wont to the Bap
tist church where tlio funeral ser
mon was preached from Mark 4th
Chapter and pnrt of the 35th verse.
Tho words were, "Let us pass over
unto tho other side." Deceased was
born at Fair View Lake, Pike coun
ty, FiS years ago and was married
to Miss Mary Jackson of the same
place, 1 7 years ago, and is survived
by his wife and four children; also
six sisters and five brothers, namely:
Peter of Hawley; Edward, of Ar
lington; William of Fair View Lake;
John of Uswick; Simeon of Row
lands; Mrs. S. Middaugh of Hoad-
leys; Mrs. George Doty of Fair View
Lake; Mrs. Bldd of Hawley; Mrs.
Groft of Minnesota; Mrs. Joseph
Shaffer of Hawley, and Mrs. Jos.
Haddock of Susquehanna. One In
fant brother died and one sister,
Jane, Is dead; also his father who
died in August, 1881, and his
mother in 1904. Henry had spent
nearly his whole life on the old
homestead with the exception of a
few months spent at White Mills.
He moved to Rowlands in the fall
expecting at some future time to re
turn to the old homestead. The in
terment was made in the Baptist
cemetery at Hawley. The relatives
have our heartfelt sympathy in their
Mrs. George Pennell and son
Howard and daughter Marllla, and
a friend of theirs, spent Sunday at
Mrs. Chas. Crane's nt Uswick.
A three-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Klzer of Gravity, died of croup,
having been sick only a few hours.
The funeral service was conducted
by Rev. Mr. Renvill of South Can
aan, at 11 o'clock a. m. at tho M, E.
church at this place on Thursday,
Feb. 10. 1910. Interment in the
cemetery near tho church.
C. Sanders went to Mount Ver
non, N. Y., on Tuesday of last week
and returned to his home at Uswick
MIsb Sophia Richter of Uswick,
went to Hawley on Thursday whero
she has secured employment at Dr.
Miss Elizabeth Alphla, of Lake
vllle, had a birthday party on Sat
urday night. It was her seventeenth
birthday. Miss Gladys Pennell of
Uswick, attended. Wo learn that
thero were about fourteen young
Mr. and Mrs. John Mains and
Mr. and Mrs. Compton, of Uswick,
attended tho funeral of Henry Mains
at Hawley on Sunday.
A. Goble, of Lakoville, lost a
horse on Monday night of last week.
Peter Daniels and sons have kill
ed eleven foxes this season. Irvin
house with a severe attack of rheumatism.
William Hofer was a pleasant
caller at J. G. Hills on Sunday.
Frnnk Ewnln and wife, of Pine
Mill, "spent Friday with Mr. and
Mrs. Jackson Brannlng.
Fred Brannlng and wife visited
the former's brother, Clark Bran
nlng, at Tanners Fnlls, one day last
Maggie Flynn, who passed the
last few weeks with her grand
mother, .Mrs. Dormody, at Cochcc
ton, returned home on Friday.
Mrs. Etta Klngsley, of Starlight,
Is visiting her parents, H. Hawley
Will Varcoe, who is working at
Tanners Fulla, spent Sunday with
his sister, Mrs. F. M. Lester.
Helen Rutledge, of Damascus,
spent Saturday and Sunday at her
Louis Rodenberg died at his home
near Lookout on Jan. 30th, after a
lingering illness of blood poisoning.
He is survived by his wife and six
children Lulu, wife of Ford Dally;
Lena, Ella, Nellie, Mary and Chester
at home; also two sisters, Mrs. Ap
ply of Damascus, and Mrs. George
Young, of Kellams.
Five Europeani In French Force Am
bushed by Senegal Sultan.
Tnngler, Feb. 17. A detachment of
French troops has been ambushed by
the sultnn of Massallt nenr Abeshr
Wndal, Senegal. It consisted if 110
native soldiers with n European cap
tain, two HeutennntH and two ser
geants. The entire command wns massa
cred. Capital Increased to $70,000,000.
Albany, N. Y., Feb. 17. The Lacka
wnntm Steel company of Lackawanna
has certified to tho secretary of state
that It has Increased Its capital stock
from ?G0,000,000 to $70,000,000.
If you wore born between ihe first I Flr. and final account of h. A. Pcnnlmari.
i . .i,t, nt ,, , , 1 odin nlstrator ot tlio estate of Franrls It.
nnd tho twentieth of the montn you jvmilmnn .Honesdale.
will be blessed with strong common- First :nml final .nrcomitnt Chnrlf ill. Smith.
bimbo, keen perceptions, versatility, , l'
conservatism and remarkable execu-1 itczistcr'.i Otricc.' ' i " "
tlvo ability. If your birthday oc- Iloncsdule Feb. 17. 1910. t Kt4
curs between the nineteenth and tho
end of tho month you are, bo tho
wlso oracles say, promised, In ad-1
dltlon, an extremely poetic tem
pornment. You will bo thoughtful
nnd studiouB, conscientious and i
faithful to duty, kind, but very oo
stlnato In holding to your own
opinions nnd economical to n fault.
February's birthstone Is tho
amethyst, which signifies power of
deep love. Let mo repeat n com
forting little verse about the amethyst:
The February born shall find
rjHERIFF'H SALE OK VALUAHLK
O REAL EST ATE. -By virtue of proeoM
Issued out of the Court of Common
Pleas of Wnyno county, and State of
Pennsylvania, and to mo directed
nnd delivered, I have levied on and
will expose to public sale, at the
Court House In Honesdale, on
FRIDAY, MCH. 11, 11)10, li P. M.
All of defendant's right, title and
Interest In the following described
Tho FlrBt Beginning at the
north-east corner of lands which
Serenity and peace of mind, Walter Bray sold to William Slno-
Freedom from anger nnd from care, ! mon; thence by said Slnomon south
i If they an amethyst shall wear." twelve and one-half degrees east
The February flower Is the prim-' Blxl-31 "u " lu
.- moans sadness ' stones corner; thence north scventy-
S . ! . i. l-'ven n'l one-half degrees east
February Is the faiorlto marriage ' forty.four nnd four.lcnths rods to a
month In Italy; the first, third, nine-, Btones corner; thence north twelve
toentu ami twenty-iirei oeing espec- aml one.iiaif (wreeg west twen-
lally favorable for tying the knot.
You are warned, however, that you
will be tempting Fate If you choose thirty-eight rods to a public road;
ty-two rods to a rock corner,
thence noith 77V6 degrees east
Miss Hattie Kingsbury has return
ed to her homo nfter spending two
months in Port Jervls, and is much
improved in health.
Quite a number of our young peo
ple attended tho party at Starlight
last Thursday night.
Mrs. R. E. Lake spent a few days i
last week with friends in Scranton.
Mr. Welsh, or Scranton, was a
business caller in Lake Como Thurs
day and Friday.
Rev. Harry Renville, of Gravity,
assisted by Rev. "H. T. Purkiss, of
L,akeville, preached a funeral eer-
mon on Thursday, Feb. 10th, at this
place,' over the little body of Thad
lous, the three-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Loren Kizer, of Gravity,
"Little Thad" was a very Intelligent
little fellow, his cute and affection
ate ways stole in and won the hearts
of many people, but we cannot wish
him back to this world of sin and
sorrow for he has entered where,
beyond the shadows of this life,
there is peace. Undertaker George
WUIlams was In charge of the ise
malns. Interment In Lakevljje
Mrs. H. T. Purkiss of this place,
was called away on Thursday, Feb.
3, in York state to care for her
daughter, who Is ill. ,
L. Cohen is some better but still
keeps his bed.
Mrs. Lucy A. Shairor, of Gravity,
was the guest of her sister, Mrs. G.
Lafayette James, from Thursday
Lafe James of this place, lost a
young fox hound on Thursday, Feb.
On Feb. 12, 1910, a party was
given In honor of Elizabeth Alpha's
seventeenth blrthdny. Dancing was
the chief amusement. A nice lunch
wns served, after which all dispersed
wishing Miss Elizabeth many happy
returns of the occasion.
Charles Locklln recently pur
chased a horse.
has purchased a new gun.
Mrs. Charles Utt visited
daughter, Mrs. M. H. Harloe,
Ledgedalo, for a few dayB.
HAWLEY & WILSON VILLE
Mrs. L. Compton returned to her
home at Honesdale on Sunday even
ing after passing a few dayB with
her pnrents, A. Kimble and wife, at
James Sheeley spent Saturday
night and Sunday with his brother,
Walter and family at Port Jervls.
Win. Ames attended the horse
races nt Rocky Glen on Thursday.
Miss Laura Sluyton arrived Thurs
day evening from Portland, Maine,
to visit her mother, Mrs. M. Slay
ton, who has had a severe attack of
Mr, I. J. Many was in Harrlsburg
last week as a delegate at the meet
ing of educators.
The inclement weather has not
been very favorable to the revival
meetings. MrB. Larkin spoke on
Thursdny evening on tho first Psalm
and Miss Boyd also made some re
marks. Friday evening nnd Sun
day morning MIsb Boyd preached
and Mrs. Larkin brought the mes
sage in song. There will be meet
ings every evening this week except
Saturday, at 7:30. Dr. Rockwood
WHEN THE WHALE WALLOPS
When the greasy old Gayhead re
cently returned to San Francisco,
after a six-months' cruise In tho
Northern Pacific, she was not only
tlio first whaler in years to bring in
a really full cargo of sperm oil, but
sho also brought back six men who
had been hurled Bkyward by tho head
and then again by the tall of a
wounded whnle. One sailor called
this "tho real thing In the way of
airships," and First Mate Baptist
seemed to think it far more thrilling
than ordinary aviation, saying:
"What's a falling a few hundred feet
to being tossed up some forty feet or
more In tho air and being caught
when you come down on the end of
a monster whale's tall, which again
threw you and your shipmates back
up Into the sky."
The Gayhead was off Katiak Island
when a monster whale was sighted.
Captain Wing ordered out four boats
to the attack. They surrounded
their prey, and Second Mate Thomas,
with his boat's crew of five men, be
gan to close In upon him. Then,
says Mate Baptist, according to the
Mate Thomas, he goes close up to
the big 'fellow to fire the bomb while
the other boats lay off to wait for
the strike that was due. All this
time old Mr. Whale rolls lazily on
the sea taking things easy; as we
all thought, sleeping and dreaming.
But that whale was a most lively
boy you ever see. Mate Thomas,
he sneaks up kinder slow, so as not
to scare him. All of us boys count
ed that whale as easy -meat, but we
had another think a-comlng; wo had.
They were glttlng ready -In tho bow
to fire tho harpoon. When whlz-z-z
goes the big bomb plumb to the
core of that big fellow.
Before you say scat, Mr. Whale he
files up out of the water, quicker
than you could wink nn eye. An"
then the big thing happened. Mate
Thomas' boat was rocking on thb
surge caused by the monster's lash
ing, when suddenly up the boat goes
into the air, and' we thought she'a
never come down again. Then, the
fellows went right an' left, while you
couldn't see much that looked like
the boat. Yes, come to think of It
Chere wns a few splinters of it left.
Wo were a little bit scared at first,
for the fellows they got a hard, good
smash; but when we heard them
yell up thero we knowed they were
all right, and then we all laughed.
An' when they laughed tho old whale
he catches tho bunch of them with
his tall Jes' as they como down. Men
were scattered in every direction.
But after a while we had the outfit
Mr. Whale, he kept charging
around an' a lashing of his tall an'
spouting like all mad. We saw lots
o' blood an' knowed ho was badlv
the eleventh of February for your
Here Is a cheerful little prophecy
If you have already chosen a Feb
ruary wedding day:
"Married In February's nicety weather
Life you'll tread In tune together.'
thence, along said road, seven and
one-lialf degrees west eighty-nine
and seven-tenths rods to the place
of beginning; containing thirty
acres nnd one hundred and twelve
perches, bo the same more or less.
The Second Beginning at the
north-west corner of the land above
described; thence by the same north
February has some unlucky days i seventy-seven and one-half degree
six In all: the eighth, tenth, scv- east sixty-six and one-half rods to a
entcenth, twenty-sixth, twenty- corner; thence north thirteen degs.
Seventh, and twenty-eighth. The west forty-seven nnd one-half rod
first three named are especially un-to 8tones corner: seventy-seven do
i,.irv a minint m.t i.mv,.ri, a!,vH sreea west seventy-one rods to
re"nrdlng February weather-
"All the months in the year
Despise a fair Februeer."
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Notice Is hereby given that an ap
plication will be made to tho Presi
dent Judge of the Court of Common
Pleas of Wayne county, on the 10th
day of March, 1010, at 10 o'clock,
under the provisions of the Corpora
tion Act of 1874, and its supple
ments, for a charter for an Intended
corporation to be called The White
Mills Woodmen Association, the
character and object of which are
for lodge purposes and for social en
joyment, nnd for these purposes to
have, possess and enjoy all the
rights, benefits and privileges con
ferred by the said Act and the sup
C. A. GARRATT, Solicitor.
A FFLIUATIUN FOK LIUKNSK r UK
t. YEA It 1!)10: Thefollowirg named
persons have filed their petitions for n liquor
license, ana lue same win ue iireeiueu m iro:
Court of Quarter Sessions on Monday. March
a stones corner; thence south
eighteen and one-half degrees east
forty-seven and three-fourths rodu
to tho place of beginning, contain
ing twenty ncres and sixty-five per
ches, be the same more or less.
The Third Beginning at stone
corner on top of high ledge; thence
by lands late of Walter Bray south
eight and one-fourths degrees west
seventy-three atid one-hatf rods to
a stones on rock on the top of a,
ledge; thenco north seventy-seven
and one-half degrees east slxty-ser-cn
rods to a stake and stones corner;
thence north twelve and one-half
degrees west sixty-nine rods to a
stake and stones corner; thence by
land first above described south
sevonty-ono and one-half degrees
west forty-two rods to the place of
beginning, containing twenty-threw
acres and eighty perches, be the
same more or less.
The Fourth Beginning at a
beech tree marked for a common
corner of lots numbered 13, 16, 17
and 20, In tho allotment of the late
Robert Shields lands; thence by No
13 north seventy-seven and one
half degrees east one hundred and
forty rods to a stones corner,
thenco by Lot No. 21. south twelve
and one-half degrees cast one hun-
i dred and thirty rods to a stones
Canaan I'nul Vaverchaufc. .lurncs Glldea. (corner; thence bv Lot No. 19. south
"eH:T.Bmitl;. H. K. Robackor. seventy-seven and one-half degree
.Mr. Simon Pomery left last week
for Blnghamton where he will visit
hl3 daughter. Mrs. B. F. White. On
returning he will meet Mrs. Pomery
at Lanesboro whero thoy will spend
several dnys with their son, How
ard. Mrs. Pomery, after an absence
of several weeks, will accompany
Misses Mablo and Jennie Moarso,
of Pleasant Mount, havo returned
homo aftor visiting friends and rela
The young people enjoyed a
slcighrldo recently and wero enter
tained tho same evening at William
Fltze's on Cherry Hill.
Mrs. Cal F. Bonham and daugh
ter, have returned to Carbondalo.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bryant are
visiting friends at Equinunk.
Mrs. E. M. Stark and children nro
visiting at Mrs. M. G. Stark's.
Mr. G. N, Bonham Is able to bo
Tho primary department of tho
Pleasant Mount High- school woro
guests of tho Stono school recently.
Mr. C. C. White of Peckvlllo, has
returned homo after visiting rela
Mrs. Chauncey Purdy. of Seely
j ville, was a week-end visitor of hersVer offering will be taken.
hurt. Finally, he made a grand
rush, leaving groat streaks o' blood
behind him, an' dashed out for the
open sea, spouting Jest like fury.
That was tho last we ever see o' him.
Well, we wur pretty glad to get back
to the old Gayhead without our skins
being broken, tho we were llko
chunks o' Ice.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Charles F. Wert.
Dyuerry wsa K. Kimble, .Matthew r .
Mawley Christian Lehman. Martin Meal
ier, Auzust H. Frank, (Jeorpe Kohlman. K. J,
Hughes. Palmer A Peters. Fred Kumfert.
Honesdale Frank N. ford. Jr..T. F. Flynn.
John II. Weaver, Charles McArdle. Charles
i.nte Flora .m. Hcnaat.
Lrhlch C. W. Uarasan.
Manchester Wni. F. Ci. Knieriek, William
A. Hleok, Frank and Martin Dcltrcun.
Mt. Pleasnnt-I. W. Bunnell. Wra.T, Davis.
Preston Michael Leltinces.P. F. Muillcun,
H. C. Sllstiee. W. .1. Healey,
Salem II. F, Nicholson. Kalph Footr.
South Canaan John" llentham.
Starnicra John Woodmansee.
Texas Thomas GUI, Frederick Krani,
James Munday, Mary Meyer. Charles II.
Murphy.Oeoree Meyer. John C. Smith, David
A. Potter. J. Monroe Austin.
Waymart Ferdinand J. Crockcnbers.
It EST A U KA NTS.
Canaan-James J. Burnett, Truster.
Clinton John Upeka.
Hawley Mury Dcltzer, Jacob Adams,
Honesdale Christopher Lowe, Henry
lluerket.Jolm H. Ilcumann, Fred O. Oelbert,
A. F. Volet. Hen). Ijrls. Jr.. Albert It. Taeub
ner, Lawrence C. Wenlirer. T. 1). O'Connell,
Herman Meyer. W. II. Koadknieht, Kmmet
Texas Chris. J. Hook. Jacob Heck. Win
Hawley Patrick Kearney.
Honesdale Michael (iiilvln. Paul MHiran
airhun, Leopold Fuerth, l'enn'a Central llrew
Honesdale John Koecer and Jas. Ashley.
Pulmyra I.uke P. Richardson.
Texas-F. W. Mlchels und F. A. Heltnaucr.
M, J. HANLAN. Clerk.
Honesdale, Pa., Feb. 11. 1910 H
ff Ili 1 1 n rtnl nil f n urtll crti'n n fnmnn
. .....wwJ,...l,, r ' "H'- ... ...... .i m t
nnce address Wednesday evening. A ' TBB KlflQ YOU HEY8 AlWatS BOatM
friend, Mrs. R. W. Murphy.
Dr. Harry C. Many came Friday Bears the
.-Mrs. job. o. i-enneu paiu a uriei afternoon to bo with his parents. Signature of
visit to relatives at Atco the lastMr anU Mr8, i, j, Mnny mUj hIa ,
of tho week. Sho wns called to see
her aunt, Mrs. Joseph Aydt, an nged
lady, whose eighty-fourth birthday
occurred on Saturday. Mrs. Aydt
has been very 111 with la grippe and
owing to her advanced ago It Is
feared sho will not recover from
the ravages of this disease.
Ella Knesel, who passed tho great
er part of tho winter with friends
at Milanvlllo is homo again, begin
ning work In tho Keystone glass
works on Tuesday morning.
Mrs. George Polton has been ad
vised by her physician to take a trip
to Florida for tho benefit of her
Howard Klrkham, fireman for the
Gibb's cut glass works, Is 111 at Mb
homo on Second street.
Mrs. Wheeler and daughter Mary
of East Hawley, called on the form
er's father, A. Wheeler, at Wllson-
villo on Monday afternoon.
Horace Klpp stopped In town on
his way to attend the funeral of hla
son-in-law, Mr, Pollet, a popular
hand has completely healed.
Mrs. E. W . Gammon and dough- K Y()U AKK OUN ,N FKImUAItv
:, Ella, spent Friday in Scranton. ... ,
1UU 11UU ftuuu luuuuii IU IJU ill'
Joe Clcmo is working on the rail
road nt Carbondale.
Mrs. John Balton has had a severe
cold hut Is somewhat better.
Mrs. Kate Clemo 1b suffering
from a touch of rheumatism..
Charles W. Sutton, of Hancock,
N. Y., spent Sunday with his family
Mrs. Edgar Ross and children are
having n siege of the grippe.
Uvea here, and selecting some nice j druggist of Pnterson.
Uncertain weather, uncertain
roads, and uncertain mail delivery,
Mrs. Earl Loomls is spending a
few days with Honesdale friends.
The subject "Domestic Economy"
was given tho young ladles of Mooslc
Grunge; for an essay. At the last
meeting the first prize waB won by
Flora Loomls; the second by LoIb
Norton; the third by Pearl Arnold.
terestcd in this, tho shortest month
of the year, if it happens to be your
February was one of the two
months which the Emperor Numa
added to the calendar 713 B. C.
The nnme February comes from tho
Latin word Februarlua, meaning to
expiate, becnuse at this season the
Romans celebrated the festlvnl of
The old Anglo-Saxons called It
"Sproutkale monath," as the cab
bages sprouted at this tlmo. It was
later named "Sol raonath" sun
Pisces, the Latin word for fish, 1b
the zodiacal sign for February, into
which sign tho sun moves on the
nineteenth of tho month. The sun
la In tho sign Aqunrlus from the
first to tho nineteenth. Both signs
aro said to Influence you, chiefly the
the Judge of tho several Courts of
the County ol Wayne has Issued his precept
lor noiums a court or quarter sessions. j " i
and Terminer, und General Jail Delivery In
and for said County, at the Court House, to
MONDAY MAKCII II. 1910.
and to continue one week :
And dlrcctlne that a (irnnd Jury for the
Courts of Quarter Sessions ami Os;er and
Terminer bo summoned to meet on Monday,
March 7. 1910. at 1! p. m. , ,
Notice Is thereforu hereby clvcn to the
Coroner and Justices of Ihe Peace, und Con
stables ot tho County of Wayne, that they be
then and there in their proper persons, at
said Court House, at '-' o'clock In the after
noon of said 7th of March 1910. with their
records, hi.Hilsltlons.eximilimtioiis andother
remembrances, to do those things which to
their oftlccs appertain to bo done, and those
who ure bound by recoirnUnnco or otherwise
to prosecmo lim prisoners uu moyi nuu,,
bo In the Jnil ot Wuyno, County, be then and
thereto prosecute, usalnst them as ehall be
(liven under my hand, at, Honesdale. this
17th day of Feb.. UWI. and lu the UW year
of the Independence ot the United States
M I.F.F. HKAMAN. Sherirt.
Sheriff's Office I ...
Honesdale. Feb. 17. 1910. I Hwl
The postponed rally of tho Chris-sign prominent at tho date of birth.
EEGlSTKK'o runutt. nonce is
hereby given that tho accountants
herein mmied havo semeu S nw
uccouuiB in uiu uhiio ui r .v " -v..
of Wuyno County, Pa., und that tho sume will
1" I: .. ha rirnlitina' I'nnrt of Hil l!
....'.,... ,,.r mntlrnialinii. at tho Court House
In Ilonesdule. on the second Monday of
First and partial nccount of T. I.. Medland
and LUzio M. Uetr. executors of the estate of
Thomas MCUluiiu. uoucsuaio.
virQi unit Hnnl account of Francis J,
O'ltellly.exfcutor of the estatoot Marearet
vtlf..tllw fliprrv IHiIl'I
Flrst and Hnul account of Mary K. Was
man, executrix ot the estate of Jucob Was
First and final account of It. J. Miller, ex
ecutor of the estate of Jacob Miller, Hones-
Uai'lfst and partial account of Georce W.
Frey. administrator of the estate of Mar
caret Fasshauer. Texas.
First and final account of M. J. Haitian,
administrator ot the estate of Hioma F.
west one hundred nnd forty rods to
stones corner; thence by Lot No. 17
north twelve and one-half degree
west one hundred and thirty rod
to the place of beginning, contain
ing one hundred and thirteen acres
and twelve perohes, bo the same
more or less. Excepting fifty-six
acres and one hundred and forty
perches heretofore conveyed See
Deed Book No. 18 nt page 30, etc.
The Fifth Beginning at stake
and stones, the south-east corner,
late of John Durlnm; thence by
lands of William Penwardon, north
twelve and one-half degrees west
thirty-four rods to a stake on the
east side of the Day pond; thence
across the said pond, south thirty
eight degrees west fifty-three and
two-tenths rods to a rock; thence
along the division line between
lands now or late of John Durham
and Henry Riefler, north seventy
seven and one-half dogrees east forty-one
rods to the place of beginning;
containing four acres and fifty-seven
perches, be the same more or less,
The above five pieces constitute
what Is known ns the Henry Riefler
farm of upwards of one hundred
and thirty-five acres, upon which
is a dwelling house, barn, apple or
chard nnd nearly all Improved land.
The Sixth' Beginning at a heap
of stones, tho south-west corner of
land In tho warrantee name of John
Woods; thence north soventy-seven
degrees east two hundred eighteen
and one-half rods to a stones corner;
thence by Lot No. H In tho Wilcox
lands south thirteen degrees oast
fifty-five and one-half rods to stones
corner; thence south seventy-seven
degrees west two hundred eighteen
and one-half rods to stones corner:
thenco north thirteen degrees west
fifty-flvo and one-half rods to the
place ot beginning, containing seventy-five
acres and one hundred
nnd seventeen perches, be the same
more or less.
The Seventh Beginning at the
south-east corner of above described
lot; thence north soventy-seven and
ono-half degrees east fifty-six and
one-half rods to a corner; thence
north twolvo nnd ono-half degreeH
east fifty-six and three-fourths rods
to tho south-enst corner of Daniel
Bryant's land; thenco south seven-ty-soven
and one-half degrees west
fifty-six and one-half rods to a
corner in a stone wall; thenco south
twelve and one-hnlf degrees east
fifty-six. and three-fourths rods to
tho place of beginning, containing
twenty acres, bo tho samo moro or
The last two pieces comprise the
Goodnough farm, upon which is a
large frame dwelling house. Large
barn with underground stable. Ice
house, nnd othor out buildings.
Applo orchard and othor fruit trees,
and some fifteen hundred dollars
worth of standing timber and acid
Seized nnd tnken in execution aa
tho nronorty of Chester J. Good
nough nnd Frank D. Goodnough at
tho suit of Win. H. Leo. assignee
No. 207. March Torm. 1908. Judg
ment, 300. Attorney, Lee.
Take Notice. All bids and costn
must be paid on day of sale or deedi
will not be. acknowledged.
M. LEE BRAMAN. Sheriff.
Honesdalo. Pa., Fob. 1C, 1910