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TIIB CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2.1, 1010.
1 CENT A WORD COLMf
WANTED: A competent cook.
MRS. MAUY H. TRACY, 1107 .Main
PIANO TUNING I will bo In
Honesdnlo .March 28th to 31st. Or
ders by postal enrd, care Hotel
Wayne, promptly attended to. Sam
S. Wlnt. 23t2
DON'T FORGET that the Martha
Washington Bakery will bo open Sat
urday afternoon and evening In the
store occupied by .John .lenklns on
-Main street. A great variety of bak
ed foods, Including deserts, and also
Easter novelties and fancy work will
bo on salo.
SiJOO TAKES an ncre plot of land,
running through from Union to Mur
ray strcot. Level and smooih as a
tenuis court. Could be cut up in
building lots to a profitable advant
age. M. F. DORIN. It
LOST Purse containing ten dol
lar gold piece and change. Finder
please leave at Citizen oillce. It.
HITCH your pennies to tho Singer.
Sold for C cents per day by Melntyro.
FOR SALE A walnut upholster
ed, parlor set of furniture consist
ing of sofa and two large cnairs. In
quire Citizen Office. tf
FOR SALE A mare, 9 years old,
sound, work anywhere, good driver.
K. E. Carlton, South Sterling. 2t
FOR HALK A heavy buckboard
wagon, nearly new. FORREST TAY
LOR. Torrey, Pa. 21t2
FOR SALE OR RENT Rooms In
the premises No. 1314 West street.
The entire property, also, is of
fered for sale. Mrs. E. 0. Secor.
FOR SALE CHEAP Two beds,
a 10-foot oak dining room table and
6 chairs to match, and a Estey piano.
Inquire at 1207 East street. GOt
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Bodewaldt of Cliff street, on Satur
day morning, a son.
Scranton will have another cele
bration on the Fourth of July. A
grand military parade will be one of
the great attractions.
Charles McMulIcn has leased
rooms of Richard Brown on West
Eleventh street, recently occupied by
Benj. Strongman, and will take pos
session of same on April 1st.
The Methodist Ladies' Aid so
ciety will hold their annual business
meeting and election of officers in
the church parlors on Thursday af
ternoon, March 24th, at 3 o'clock.
Max Denhardt has sold his
property on West street to Herbert
E. Gager and Chas. H. Fasshauer.
Consideration, $2900. This property
was sold through the Dorin Real Es
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Barkley, who,
have been occupying the Peterson
house on Church street, have de
cided to spend the summer on one
of their properties In Damascus
township. We trust to have them
with us next fall. They have rented
the property which they purchased
last fall from Mrs. Wallace Ham to
The Scranton Tribune reports
that the International Shoe company
of Lestershire, are seriously consid
ering the feasibility of establishing
a plant In Honesdale, provided a
suitable site can be obtained. They
had representatives here viewing the
old glass factory property, and also
making Inquiries as to the possibili
ty of getting tho benefit of tho wa
ter power at that location.
Services at Grace Episcopal
church: Tuesday. March 22. 4:15
Children's service with address on
'The Sorrows and Joys of the King";
Wednesday, 10:30 a. in., morning
prayer; Thursday, 7:30 p. in.. Holy
Communion and brief address; Good
Friday, morning prayer at 10:30; 12
M to 3 p. in., addresses on the seven
last sayings of Jesus; 7:30 p. in.,
evening prayer and sermon; Easter
evening, Saturday. 4:15 p. m., Holy
Baptism. Please notice change of
hour In Wednesday and Thursday
In an editorial In the Tunkhan
nok Republican and Now Ago last
week, Victor H. Lyman, the writer,
lilt tho nail squaroly on tho head
when he said that the postal authori
ties should put a stop to Bonus of the
"foolishness" that passes through the
lT S. mails. Tho article further says:
Tho Ancient Order of Hibernians is
endeavoring to put a stop to tho prac
tice of circulating postcard carica
tures of the Irish race on St. Pat
rick's Day, and in this they should
have tho support of all right thinking
peoplo of every race. It Is nothing
less than Insulting to put on sale or
Bend through tho mall "favors" which
aro embellished with pigs, day
pipes, "caubeon" hats and tho like,
which are supposed to reprosent the
characteristics of tho IrlBh race, but
which aro as far from It as tho "big
stick" Is from truly roprosontlng our
only living ox-president. It is to bo
hoped that tho postal authorities
will take stops to chock tho distribu
tion of liternturo that reflects not
only upon tho Irish raco, but upon
all other people. And while thoy
aro about It, It would not be a bad
Idea to suppress some of tho far
fetched tokens that are alleged to
represent Easter also."
J. S. O'Connor of Hnwloy received
a bnd fall Saturday, tho 12th, where
by ho lrjured his right shoulder.
No bones wcro broken, wo aro glad to
Tho body of A. Altnpo, who "was
drowned March 3rd while attempting
to cross the Delnwnre River at Mast
Hope ,,wns found near Westcolong
on Snturday, March 12th.
W. Thomas Whlttnker, of Bar
rett township, Monroe county, hns
purchased some property of Mr. and
Mrs. Whlttakor, of Dronor, this
county; consideration $1,000.
II. C. Rico, a lumberman at
Shohnln, employed by the Pennsyl
vania Coal Company, was drowned
at the above named place on Satur
day. Tho body was recovered soon
Free hides under the new tariff
law did not keep tho shoo manufac
turers from Increasing the price of
shoes recently, which fact suggests
that tho tariff hasn't as much to do
with prlcos as some persons imngine.
Barney Oldfleld has made tho
fastest mile on record with an ruto-
moblic. He drove a Bentz car one ;
mile in 27.33-100 seconds. Tho only
thing man can mnko go faster Is a
bullet. This speed will average ,
131.72 mlle3 per hour. j
Don't forget that tho Martha I
Washington Bakery will be open j
Saturday afternoon and evening In i
pthe store occupied by John Jenkins i
on Main street. A good variety of I
baked foods, including deserts, and !
also Easter novelties and fancy work ;
will be on snle. j
An old landmark has been re-1
moved at See'lyvllle in the tearing
down of the Seelyvllle saw mill which
was erected in 1849. The accuinula-i
tion of snow caused the roof to part
ly collapse, and the balance of the 1
work of tearing clown was done by
the owners, Birdsall Brothers.
Dr. H. B. Ely. of this place, M.
C. Rowland, of Kimbles, and D. D.
Medwny, of Moscow, trading as the I
Kimble Lumber Co., have bought tho '
Valentine Tuhrer fnrin, Bituated in j
Pike county. It contains 221 acres
and has some valuable lumber on
same. Consideration $2,G50.
The White Mills Woodmen As-i
soclntion have purchased the build-1
ing known as the Florence Theatre j
in White -Mills. The building will be '
refitted In an up-to-date manner and !
will be used for lodge rooms, enter
tainments, retaining the large audi-'
torlum as a theatre. j
There is an epidemic of scarlet j
fever at Lykens, Pa., which has re-,
sistcd tho attempts on the part of
the health authorities to abate. It'
is hard to ascertain the exact num
ber of deaths as every effort is made
to keep the same a secret. One
family alone lias lost four with an
other member dangerously ill. :
Young and old have been claimed as
sacrifices to the ravages of tho ter
An exchange gives an incident
that Illustrates the Impossibility of
telling where the trouble resulting
from a mortgago will end. A man
mortgaged his farm to buy his wlfo
a pair of earrings. The wlfo took
In washing to pay the Interest on the ,
mortgage, and the first day lost one
of the diamonds in tho suds, and
tried to hang herself In the barn,
but tho ropo broke and Bhe foil on
a $150 Jersey cow, breaking its
Assemblyman Evans, of New .
York State, has introduced a bill
amending tho Forest, Fish and Game
Law by making tho open season for
deer In the parts of tho towns of
Mamakating and Thompson, lying
south of tne Newburg nnd Cochecton
Turnpike in Sullivan county, Nov. 1
to Nov. 15; and making this the open
season for deer In tho towns of
Cochecton, Tusten, Highland, Lum-'
berland, Forestburgh, and Bethel in
Sullivan county, and tho town of'
Deerpark in Orange county, where
tho open season under present law
Is between October 1C and October
Tho Union Revival services came 1
to'-an end last Sunday evening. Tho j
concluding services wcro hold In tho
Methodist church which waB lilled. ,
Rev. Mr. Hiller preached an oloqucnt
and forcible sermon. Andrew
Thompson made a fow remarks and i
suggested that a vote of thanks ho
tendered tho pastors of the different
churches for their unselfish Interest
in and Indefatigable efforts for tho
spiritual welfare of tho community.
A standing vote was taken which
proved to bo unanimous. It is tho
consensus of opinion of thoso who
have attended these meetings that
they have been vory helpful to tjioso
who aro peeking to livo upon a higher
plane of life.
- Tho Sixty-first Convention of tho
Great Council of tho Improved Order
of Red Men of Pennsylvania will
meet this year In tho city of Read
ing, Pa., on tho 14th of June and
will continuo In session until tho
17th. On tho 15th of Juno ono of
tho grandest street parados that tho
Red Men have ever had will tako
placo, headed by tho famous Read
ing band, which did such good work
in Harrlsburg last year. William
Schloss, who is ono of tho prominent
Red Mon of Oslek Trlbo of Hones
dale, has been chosen to rcprcsont
Oslok Trlbo at this convention this
year. Mr. Schloss was tho dolegato
from Honesdnlo last year at Harrls
burg, and made u vory good roport
of tho doings In that great gathering.
On the 7th of April three pnlo-faces
will be initiated into tho mysteries
of tho Improved Order of Red Men,
which will bo followed by Installa
tion of tho nowly-olected oHlcors of
Oslok Trlbo. A banquet will follow
C. M. llctz has fitted up his j Leo McQowan wnB taken to
rooms over tho hnrnoss shop for I Scranton on tho 12:25 train on Tues
renting purposes. j day to bo operated upon for nppendl-1
.. .. . I
Tim nnnnsimin xntinnni imnK
will bo closed Frldny, March 25th,
Good Frldny, a legal holiday.
All tho arrangements havb been
mnde to erect tho Phil Sheridan
monument In tho Court Houso Squaro
D. F. Touhoy and family, who
are at present living In tho McKenna
property on Sprim; street, expect to
occupy the rooms on Eleventh street,
vacated by Levi Degroat and family.
Tho annua encampment of the
Pennsylvania National Guard will bo
held from July 14 to 23, nccordlhg
to an announcement by Adjutant
General Stewart recently. The lo-
cation has not yet been determined. P)loI)0 nn(i,en( A. w ,Ilmt'Z( ;Ms3
William J. Holies, of Kenllworth, Cnrrlo Nemeghcr.
N. J., but a former Honesdale busl- The following students nre cx
noss man, hns sold his lot on High j 1)ecto,i homo thIa wcok t0 a d ther
street, above Spring, to Theodore , Easter vacation: Alhort ifmnt, ,,f
Dreyer, the Hotel Wayne barber,
The plot is 50x125 feet. Consldern
Hon $000. A dwelling Is to be
erected on the lot at once.
Tho Lutheran church will hold
Lenten services Wednesday evening.
On Thursday evening confirmation
(English) communion services. On
Friday morning at 10 o'clock, con-
fession nnd 10:30 Lord's supper
(German). On Easter Sunday 10 1
o'clock Lord's Supper (Gorman). At
4 p. in., at White Mills. Lord Sup
per (English.) Evening service will j
Senator Penrose has Introduced
a bill Increasing .the pensions of
those who were Injured in the war.
For tho loss of a hand or foot $G0
a month; for the loss of an arm at
or above the elbow, or a leg at or
above the knee, $70; for tho loss of
nn arm at the shoulder or a leg at
the hip, $75; for the loss of both
hand and foot, $100; for the loss of
both hnnds and feet, $125. These
are about double tho present rates.
Candidates for stnto offices, es
pecially congress and the legislature
will have to go on record with the
Grangers of Pennsylvania and their I
pledges must be of tho right kind if
they want the support of tho farm
ers, who aro very powerful and must
be considered. W. T. Creasy, Master
of the State Grange, is now prepar
ing a list of questions whicli will be
presented to tho candidates, accord
ing to the information sent out from
The popular grocery llrm of
Brooks & Marsh, in the Reichenbaek
er building, has changed hands, the
former having sold out his interest
in the business to Joseph E. Fish, who
has been with the firm as clerk. The
business from now on will be trans
acted under tho name of Marsh &
Fish and the same will carry a com
plete line of groceries and also fruit
and green truck for the market. The
young merchants are reliable and de
serving youngs men.
The. Church of Our Lady of
Mt. Carmel, of Carbondale, was de
stroyed by fire on Friday night last.
It is thought that the Black Hand
gang are responsible for It. Rev.
Anthony Cerutti, pastor of the
phurch, made a heroic attempt to
enter the church and save the sacred
vessels and sacraments. Restrained
by tho firemen. Father Cerutti col
lapsed and wns carried back Into the
house. The fire recalls the series of
Biack Hand outrages In that city a
few years ago. ,
Inquiries are pouring Into the
State Department from all parts of
the state asking the date of the last
day for filing nomination papers for
tho primaries on Juno 4. All such
inquiries are met with the informa
tion that the last day for filing such
papers will be May 7, and they
must be In the office of tho Secretary
of tho Commonwealth by midnight
of that date. The papers aro then
certified to tho county commission
ers, and after tho election they are
returned to tho State Department
and then again returned to the coun-
ty for tho purpose of preparing the ,
ballot for the general election. j
Jacob Seeley, of Auburn, a few
miles from Montrose, has a cow
which Is evidently to tho best of her
ability trying to help her owner solve
tho "high cost of living." A fow days
ago this cow gave birth to qulntu-1
pies. Of course, It was not the cow's j
fault that three were dead at birth
and the other two died soon after
sho surely did her part. All of tho
calves, while a trifle imiall, wcro
perfectly formed. The cow, which
is n four-year-old, had previously
given birth to but ono calf. Twins,
and oven triplets, have been known
to occur In that sectlqn of the stnto,
but It Is extremely doubtful If thoro
Is a bovine In existence that has
boaten thlB record.
fJnn. How nmichnrtv and ArchI-1
tect French of Wllkes-Barre, were In , ot $150,000 In that growing western
town on Friday and, In company with I city of over 5,000 pbpulation, most
Cnptaln Cnrroll Kelly of Company ! f which has been gained during tho
E, Inspected tho various sites which I"t five years. Oklaliomn is now tho
havo been considered as available ll0'n of tho Osago Indians, tho rich
for an nrmory building. Thoy do- cat people In tho world per cnplta,
elded that tho slto on Park street, with tholr Inrgo farms, oil and. coal
near tho Irving Cut Glass Co's build- royaltlos and govornmont Interests.
Ing was tho most feasible, and samo 1 Mr. Dnniols' business calls him homo
will bo purchased beyond a doubt. I tho last of this month, as about tho
It Is proposed to put up u bulld!ng I nrst ot April Uncle Sam pays off tho
which will contain a main drill room, i regular commission that falls duo to
nn olllcors' room, a company meet-1 2200 Osnges, $125 to each, amount
ing room and several smallor rooms. '"B to $275,000.
It will also contain, In tho basement,
a short rango target room nnd a
number of shower bath rooms. Tho
main drill room will bo so arranged
that It can bo used for dances, mnss
meetings, f ntertnlnmonts, basket
ball, and athletic games of all de
scriptions. Architect French Is to
submit plans at onco to tho State
Armory noard for their approval,
after which bulldhig operations will
bo pushed to an early finish.
Treasuror Fred Saunders nnd
wlfo aro happy over tho arrival of
nnother boy. Date of nrrlvil wns
I Friday, tho 18th.
R. w. Archbald, U. S. District
' Court Judge, reappointed William H.
''Co tho roforeo in bankruptcy for tho
1 counties of Wayne and Pike,
! Dr H Senr,0( who ,mg b
8UfrcrinK from n S0VRrc nttm,k of
I rheumatism, was accompanied to
Scranton by his wlfo on Tnursdny,
where ho will receive treatment.
Tho following advertised letters
fremnln at tho postofilce: Mr. George
Hramnn. m .t,. t iti mi
tho University of Pennsylvania;
Mario R. Fretind, and Pearl and
. olive Brvnnt of smith rv.iWn VnrH.
1 ampton, Mnss.
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T 0 ":. ,D" ,iec,so' f Ilartforil.
I 1! V U' 8t,oro, ?ry
I 3'' b Jh '"ins as a
I "v Ctlf (Grocer' fr, '"I
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-Mrs. Catherine Helstern and
family will occupy the upstairs rooms
m iiio lticnmnuu nuuuing on Elev
enth street, and Levi Degroat and
family will occupy tho rooms the
above family have vacated on the
first llonr of same building.
A St. Patrick's Day party was
given on Thursday evening last In
honor of Miss Mary O'Brien, at tho
homo of John McGinnis, of Moran
street; the evening was enjoyed by
about forty young people. At a rea
sonable hour dainty refreshments
were served, and all departed for
their respective homes, reporting a
H. Wilson, Esq., F. P. Kimble,
Esq., and stenographer Miss Etta
Nielson, were in Scrnnton last Sat
urday to take the deposition of My
ron Merrlthcw of South Canaan, who
is in Dr. Reed Burns' Hospital, re
covering from a surgical operation.
These depositions are to be used in
the Truesdale case which went to
Arthur Zimmerman, tried and
convicted of perjury because definite
proofs were lacking to sustain the
bigamy charge on which he was ori
ginally arrested, was sentenced to
nine years in Sing Sing, in the Brook
lyn county court. It is reported tnat
Zimmerman has made a contession
to the effect that he has twenty-four
wives and among his many, children
six sets of twins.
The members of Hose Company
No. 1 held a most enjoyable banquet
at Hotel Heumann on Thursday even
ing of last week. Plates for over
fifty were placed and every place was
occupied. Hon. John Kuhbach was
guest of honor. Tho decorations
were vory elaborate; It being St. Pat
rick's Day, green predominated,
being emblematic of tho day. Dr.
McConville acted ns toastmaster and
helped in making the evening and
the occasion one of pleasure. Speech
making by John Kuhbach, Robert
Murray, John Wasman, E. Williams,
W. T. McKenna, and others was in
dulged in, after, the appetizing menu
which was served in excellent style,
had been laid away. Music by Free-1
;nan, Kntz, and Bodio was a feature
of tho evening. Menner donated 90
feet of baby hose to the company,
while Chas. McKanna, for meritorious
conduct, received a rubber coat, and
for tho samo reason Harry Freeman
was" the recipient of a left-handed
monkey wrench. When midnight
came, everybody having had a good
time, orders to pick up and go to
quarters were given and cheerfully
William Daniels, of Pawhuska.
Oklahoma, who camo east to see his
brother, Howard Daniels, who re-
cently died nt Port Jervis, anu visit
Ills mother, Mrs. Margaret DanlelB,
and his sisters nt Hawloy, spent Sat
urday In Honesdnlo with his cousins,
II. E. and Charles L. Bassett, vlew
ing the mnny changes.that have taken
plnco since his last visit home, 22
years ago. Mr. Daniels, whose homo
Is nt the above mentioned city. Is
anothor Wayne county boy, who.
having struck out for tho west in
his early twenties, has made good,
and he speaks well for the last state
to bo entered In tho Union. Mr.
Dnniols owns an ejegnut homo in
Pawhuska and has a wife, four
daughters and threo sons to make up
his family circle. Tho general mer-
I cantllo business, In which Mr. Dan
Mb is omployed. has a capital stock
Paul Lorls of Scranton spent Sat
urday In town.
Mrs. Alma Bortreo of Hawloy,
spent Sunday In town.
Henry Korb of Now York City, Is
vlBltlng relatives In town.
John Anderson, ot Syracuse N. Y.,
spent Sunday at this place.
Gcorgo Nicholson spent Sunday
with friends in Carbondalei
E. G. Simons, of Scranton, spent
Saturday nnd Sunday In town.
Arthur Bishop, of Archbald, wns a
.caller In town Monday.
Miss Ida Barnes spent Sunday
with rolntlvcs at Wllkcs-Barre.
Raymond Smith nnd wlfo spont
Sundny with friends In Carbondale.
Miss Isabello Penwnrden Is visit
ing rolntlvcs In Carbondale this week.
Mrs. Gcorgo S. Spettlguo of East
street is visiting relutlves in Wlikes
Barre. Miss Rodmnn, of Hawlcy, was a
visitor at tho High school on Mon
day. Ex-Sheriff R. W. Murphy, of Haw
ley, called on Honesdale friends on
Miss Annn Brown spont Sunday
with her ulster, Mrs. Milton Lewis, of
Mrs. C. W. Penwarden and chil
dren loft Snturday for their home
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred W. Krietner
spent Sunday with their son Edson,
Rev. W H. Hiller and family are
entertaining Miss Gussle Jones of
Clarence Calloway, ono of the Na
tional Elevator Co.'s engineers, spent
n fow days In town.
Miss Myrtle Shaffer, of Peckvlile.
is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Geo.
Spencer, this week.
.Miss Anna McClemens, of Hones
dale, Is spending a few days with
friends in Carbondale.
Edward McCracken, of the Bell
Telephone Co., was a Scranton visi
tor tho last of the week.
P. F. Folie, traveling auditor for
tho Bell Telephone Co., of Philadel
phia, spent Friday in town.
Miss Mao O'Neill, of Honesdale, is
leading In District No. 8. of the Scran
ton Truth's European contest.
E. M. McCracken and Floyd
Brock, attended the telephone meet
ing at Scranton on Friday evening.
Miss Florence Dalley has return
ed to her home in Honesdale after
a week's visit with friends in Carbon
Mrs. E. W. Burns and daughter
"Jeanette, spent a few days with Dr.
and Mrs. Reed Burns at Scranton last
John F. Relfler is home from
Chester Military Academy, to spend
Easter with his parents at Tanners
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Gardner of
Scranton, spent Sunday with his
father, Benjamin Gardner, of East
Miss Marguerite Dolmetsch is ex
pected to-day (Wednesday) from
Wells College to spend her Easter va
cation. Mrs. W. W. Ham left ,for her homo
In New York on Sunday after spend
ing a few days with Mr. and Mrs. T.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dorflinger, of
White Mills, are stopping at the
Hotel Wolcott in New York City for
a few days.
Miss Florence Brown arrived Sun
day evening to spend her Easter va
cation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilder and
daughter, of Scranton spent Sunday
with the former's mother, on East
Miss Lucy Russell of the Auburn
dale school. Mass., is spending her
Enster vacation with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. Z. Russell.
Mrs. Robert N. Torrey and daugh
ter, Miss Clara N. Torrey, are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B.
Hull, of New York city.
Miss Lillie Brogstein, William
Bregstein and Mrs. Joseph Smith of
New York City, are tho guests of
their undo, Louis Bregstein, of River
Mr. Woodward, who has been em
ployed by the Honesdale Electric
Light Co., for tho pnst fow weeks,
returned to his home In Scranton yes
terday. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Richards and
daughter of East street, aru in
Wilkos-Rarrc, the former on business,
while Mrs. Richards Is visiting her
mother who lias been in poor health
for some time.
Willlnm Wieser. an expert ma
chinist, who formorly ' worked in the
Elevator Works, and now is em
ployed ns tool maker by tho Roller
Benrlng Company of Philadelphia,
lias been spending a few days in
A CAT TWENTY YE.UtS OLD.
John, Ferguson, of Clark's Mills,
without much doubt hns the oldest
cnt In York county, If not In Malno.
Ho Is of good old-fashioned Now Eng
land breed, nono of the fancy va
riety, and was raised as n kitten In
tho family. If ho lives four months
longer ho will bo twenty years old.
Tho cat's nppetlto Is not so robust
ns It onco was, and ho Isn't bother
ing much about rats and mlco, but
his .health Is fairly good, and no
child In York county gets hotter
caro than tho Ferguson fnmlly gives
this venerable follno. Lowistown
A Boy' Long Walk.
A Toledo youth, Stnrl Cronloy, start
ed on October 25, 1907, to walk around
the bordor of tho United Status. Ho
finished his little Jaunt on November
15, 1909. He says he walked twelve
thousand eight hundred and twenty
miles, and he shows the signature of
more than twelvo hundred postmas
ters on his traveling register.
i TRAVELOGUE OF A IIONESDAIiER
Miss Anna E. Reury, formerly of
j Honesdale, but for eight years an
assistant editor of The Freemnn, of
Ktngston-on-Hudson, is now a mem
ber of tho staff of Tho Progress Mag
azine of Chlcngo. Miss Reury re
signed from Tho Freeman some time
ago and spent last year traveling
leisurely to tho Pacific coasts Sho
spent part of the summer in Omahn,
Neb., ns a guest of her friends, Miss
Craven of Tho PleaBanton, and Mrs.
George M. Cooper, formerly Miss
Mnggle Cummtngs, also of Hones
dale. In October she wont to Al
buquerque, N. M., nnd to the famous
Grand Canyon of Arizona to see tho
Titan of Chasms, and got mntcrlal
for stories. November and Decem
ber she spent In Phoenix nnd Tempe,
Arizona, nnd nlso In California nnd
Old Mexico. On the return trip east
Miss Reury was In the terrible rail
road wreck of the Golden State
Limited on the Southern Pacific nt
Benson, Arizona, but escaped with
The Progress Magazine, of which
Christian D. Larson is editor and
Edward E. Beals, tho noted writer
on flnnnce, is manager, Is building
a magnificent now building on the
north shore in Chicago to cost over
$100,000 which will be ready for or
cupancy in July.
j Colds, Coughs, Croup anil Catarrh
I Relieved in Two Minutes.
Is your throat sore?
Have you catarrh?
Have you a cough?
Have you a cold?
Hyomel Is the best remedy for all
nose, throat and lung troubles. It
does not contain any cocaine or mor
phine and all that Is necessary Is
to breathe it through the little black
pocket inhaler that comes with each
A complete outfit costs only $1.00
at druggists everywhere and at G. W.
Pell's, the druggist, and Hyomel is
guaranteed to cure catarrh, croup,
coughs, colds, sore throat and bron
chitis or money back. A Hyomel
Inhaler lasts a lifetime and extra
bottles of Hyomel can be obtained
from druggists for only 50 cents.
Sample of Hyomel and booklet, free.
Address Booth's Hyomel Co., Buffalo,
Beauty and individuality
at the price of ordinary
A Suit that shows such
beautiful tailoring ami Mich
iv carefully thought-out de
sign us tills in the picture
would look distinguished in
liny nmteiial. Como in and
examine our new Spring suits;
you will enjoy seiing" tlicso
LADIES' NEW EASTER
Ttie Celebrated St. Marie
Gloves In Black, Tan, Grey,
Lemon and White at Special
Prices For Easter.