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rilE CITIZEN, WERNESHAY, APR. i!7, 1010.
CENT A WORD COLUMN
WANTED Four experienced
glass cutters who wish to become
equal pnrtners In a co-operntlvc com
pany to manufacture cut glass. Cap
ital required, $250 each. Address
correspondence, GLASS CUTTER,
care this ofllce. 33t2.
iminnE paixtixcs uwb for
painting Seclyvlllo and Mnng's state
bridges will be received at the Com
missioners' olllce, Honesdale, until
3 a. m. Tuesday, May 3rd. I'alnt fur
nished by county. 3t.
FOR Flagging, Curbing, nnd Stops
call on Miller, 174 Delaware St.
DOX'T work too hard. A Cam
bridge sulky plow saves one-half of
your plowing labor nnd does It bet
ter. Murray Co.. Honesdale, Pa.
TWELVE muslin trespass notices!
for $100; six for seventy-five cents.
Name of owner, township and law
regarding trespassing printed there
on. CITIZEN fflce-
IjAWX IIRESSIXO and Gnrdon
Fertilizer at Murray Co., Honesdale,
FOR SALE A walnut upholster
ed, parlor set of furniture consist
ing of sofa nnd two large cnalrs. In
quire Citizen Olllce. tf
WAXTEH One rougher, married.
Apply at once. Clinton Cut Glass Co..
Aldenville. Pa. 33t2
FOR THE LAXI) SAKES use our
fertilizers. They make the crops
grow. Murray Co., Honesdale, Pa.
ALL KIXDS of legal blanks, notes,
leases, deeds, warrants, bonds, sum
monses, constable bonds, etc. Citizen
LIGHT AXI HEAVY WAOOXS
in endless variety at Murray Co.,
Attention! Forward! Destroy
the common enemy May 2d.
FERTILIZERS AXI) CHEMICALS
of all kinds at Murray Co., Hones
dale, Pa. 32t2
FOR SALE Large gas stove, In
good condition. Apply 1407 East
HAVE YOU SEEX our big har
ness display? If not, come In when
convenient. Murray Co., Honesdale,
"Let us all work together" to
make Honesdale beautiful on May
WANTED A woman for general
house work. Apply to Dr. E. V.
Gavltte, White Mills. 33t3
If you want to De a boss, glass
cutter read our advertisement for'
four good men.
Dr. Charles Brady has contract
ed with Kreitner Bros, to build his
new house at West and Fourteenth
Hon. Jason Sexton, who rep
resented Montgomery county in the
State Legislature during the ses
sions of 1889 and 1901, is the in
spector of tho State road now being
constructed in Dyberry township.
George W. Taylor, ex-county
commissioner, now residing at Tor
rey. contemplates purchasing the T.
I Ham property on Court and
Eleventh streets, if satisfactory ar
rangements can bo made. Mr.
Taylor will build a double house on
The candidates who have de
clared themselves for the nomina
tion of Representative to the Legis
lature are Democrats: Martin Gal
vln. Leopold Feurth, of Honesdale;
and E. R. Bodle, of I'rompton.
Republicans: W. E. Ames and Al
Hlshop, of Hawley, and Fred.
Rclchcnbacker, of Honesdale.
-"She Stoops to Conquer" In
five acts will bo given in the near
future at tho Lyric by local talent
under the auspices of the Young
Men's Hebrew Association of Hones
dale. A lino cast has been selected
and the production will be staged
under the personal direction of
-s. Benjamin II. Dittrlch. Re
.ii als were started on last Thurs
cn enlng and indications are
his will bo tho biggest suc
of any of our recent local at
. is upon the stago.
Anont tho postal card crusade,
.any persons nro not awaro of tho
luct that tho postal card craze Is
not a new fad. An exchange has
called attention to tho fact that the
post card buslnose is over a century
old, oven If tho printers havo not
been working at it all the time.
A long forgotten book entitled
Almanac do la Petite do 1777" has
Just been discovered, showing that
even thus early tho picture post
card nourished In Franco at least.
Tho almanac reports as follows;
"Demanlson tho printer, has Intro
duced pictorial cards containing
room for short announcements or
letters, Those pretty cards are sent
through tho post llko letters at a
cheaper rate, and aro all In vogue."
In 1777, however, the "Oh, kid,"
and tho bull-dog scries were not In
vogue. If the present day affronts
to decency had nppcared in those
days, It is probable that a good
many of the enterprising dealers
would havo landed in prison.
Tho third anniversary ball of i
the Central Republican Club of
White Mills on April 30th promises
to bo n splendid affair.
The base ball scaBon will Open
In Honesdale on Saturdny when tho
Carbondalo Clippers will lino up
against the local tenm.
Wesley M. Gardner, President
of tho Finch Manufacturing Com
pany, Scrnnton, has been fishing
this week In tho vicinity of Hones
dale. Don't forget tho .bnll nnd slip
per of tho Seelyvlllo Fire Depart
ment on Friday, April 29th. Go
and see their new hall and head
quarters. Tho firm of Searlo & Salmon
sold Snumunl Wright the Bunnell
farm. This (Inn has a real estate
department and havo some ex-col"-lent
There will be no strlko on tho
D. d. II. R. R. A satisfactory ad
justment of the domnnds of conduc
tors, trainmen and telegraphers has,
been arrived at.
William Fround. who success
fully passed examinations to become
a clerk in the Census Department at
Washington, D. C, left Tuesday to
enter upon his duties.
Rents have increased over 10
per cent. In Deposit slnco Kelly &
Stclnmnn hnve moved there. Tho
moving away of the Outing factory
left many empty houses.
Albert Wolter. who was charg
ed v Ith the murder and" incinera
tion of Ruth Wheeler of New York
City, has been tried and convicted
of murder In tho first degree.
- The Hawley, Honesdale and
Seelyvlllo auto stage makes only
live stops in Honesdale as follows:
Wayne Hotel, Henry Freund, Union
depot, Menner & Co., and Commer
Rev. Paul Hummer, of St. Pet
er's church, Scranton, Pa., preached
an eloquent sermon In German
at St. John's Lutheran church on
Sunday morning. On Sunday even
ing he preached in English.
, Tho Hebrews celebrated pass-
over yesterday; tho Synagogues
throughout the land were thronged
with worshippers, and eloquent ser
mons were preached on the day and
Its sacredness to the Jews.
The Third Brigade of which
our Company E is a component
part, will go to Gettysburg and
take part In the maneuvers of the
United States Army which will take
place from July 11th to 18th.
Albert Kinney, who was head
brewer for the Irving Cliff Brewery
until It ceased operations, left
Honesdale on Saturday to accept a
position in Pittsburg. We aro
sorry to have Mr. Kenney and fam
ily leave Honesdale as they were ex
Mrs. Charles Marsh has Just
received from the order of the
Knights o the' -Maccabees, through
their roward keeper, W. H. Varcoe,
a draft for $1,000 on the life of her
lato husband. This claim was '. re
ceived within twelve days after tho
proofs of death were mailed to the
Montrose's new postmaster Is
F. I. Lott, Esq. He at one time lived
In Wayne county and attended the
Waymart High school under Prof.
Jeremiah E. Hawker. He also
taught school for two successive
years In this county, was highly es
teemed while here, and his appoint
ment meets with great favor by all
who remember him.
William Penwarden has sold
two lots at Traceyvllle, on the north
side of the road to Carley Brook,
formerly belonging to B. F. Fralley.
The eastermost lot contained tho
large house built by C. L. Penwar
den, to Patrick Havey; considera
tion ?87D. The lot west of this,
containing the former residence of
B. F. Fralley, to John II. Penwnr
den. There was a conference held in
the Baptist church on Thursday af
ternoon and ovening at which the
Rev. E. L. Swift of Pottsville, Pa.,
and Rev. J. M. Wells of Kennett
Square, Pa., spoke. Rev. Wells'
topics were "Young People's Work"
and "Young People's Society,"
while tho Rev. Mr. Swift spoke upon
"Sunday School Work" and "Tho
Bible School." These gentlemen
hold a conference at Hawley on
Tho annual banquet of tho Odd
Fellows was held at their hall on
Mondny evening. M. E. Simons acted
as Master of Ceremonies. Tho ad
dress of welcomo was given by Mayor
Kuhbach. Tho following program
was rondored: Piano solo, Elsa
Jacob; duet, Elso Jacobs and Arthur
Lelne; vocal solo, Gustave Kettol;
accompanist, Jos. Bodle, Jr. Prof.
Chambers of tho Scranton School of
Oratory, wns tho entertainer of tho
evening and proved very pleasing.
Dcsplto the Inclemency of the weath
er tho hall was lilled to 'its capacity.
Honesdale ought to havo an
nrmory and thero should not bo any
hesitation about tho Commissioners
appropriating part, or oven tho wholo
of tho amount ($2,000) towards buy
ing tho necessary land. Honesdalo
pays one-fifth of tho county taxes,
and Is not asking tho commissioners
to pay for stato roads, etc., and for
them to refuse to pay tho paltry sum
needed, when tho Stato offers to put
up a $30,000 building seems to bo
a case of short slghtodness. Wo
need a big hall for receptions, enter
tainments, mass meotings, as woli
as a homo for tho military company.
All law-abiding cltlzenB should hold
up both hands to help maintain and
encourage our citizen soldiery.
Mrs. O. M. Spettigue, Jr., en
tertained at enrds on Saturday in
honor of Miss Alice Wood of Derby,
There will bo n civil service ex
amination at Gouldshoro on May 21,
for applicants who desire to be post?
master at South Sterling.
On Thursday evening Inst, Miss
Nelllo Hulslzcr pleasantly entertain
ed her Sundny school class at supper
at her home on West street.
John F. Bushwnller and family
of Erie street, hnve moved to Dun
moro, where .Mr. Bushwnller Is em
ployed on the Erie nnd Wyoming.
Miss Blanche Stnrncs enter
tained a number of friends nt her
homo In Bethany on Fridny evening
in honor of Miss Grnco Miller.
Miss Mny Penwarden, of Ninth
street, with n few of her friends, en
tertained Mrs. Edson Blnndin on
Friday cards and Tefreshments.
Ward Hall, of Brooklyn, N. Y
Is visiting his old friends In Hones
dale and vicinity. Mr. Hall contem
plates locating nere lor an indefinite
Mrs. Fletcher W. Bunnell re
cently entertained at her home on
Fourth street about forty members of
tho Parish Aid and Daughters of
Grnce Episcopal church, to a turkey
A. O. Blake has sold tho house
and lot recently purchased from John
Yerkes on East Extension street to
David Gagcr. Possession given im
mediately. The Palcstenn, who worked for
Herbeck-Denier & Co., and who was
tho central llgure In the famous
mnrch of April 13th, left town on
Monday. Destination not known.
Fifty million dollars is tho
amount of damage done to the crops
of tlie Mississippi Valley by a bliz
zard which swept over that section
on Snturday last.
Mr. E. G. Simons, Scranton man
ager of the Bell Telephone Company,
was a pleasant caller at the Citizen
ofneo on Tuesday. His managerial
duties call him to Honesdale very
Rev. A. L. Whlttaker will hold
a special service at the Indian Or
chard school house on Thursday,
April 28th, at which he will baptize
several candidates and will make
Dave Doremus, one of the 6Id
est men In the service of the Erie
railroad, and for years station mas
ter In the passenger depot at Port
Jervls, died In his 79th year on Sun
The station so long known as
Turners, on the Erie railroad, will be
renamed "Harriman," which will also
be the name of the village. Mrs.
Harriman has given a site for a new
Mrs. H. N. Miller of Bethany,
has Issued Invitations to the marri
age of her daughter, Miss Grace
Evelyn, to Mr. William Charles Sel
farth, on the forenoon of Thurs
day, May 5th, at the residence.
Edward Hartung has leased the
building on Seventh street, formerly
occupied by himself as a butcher
shop, to Edward Sporer, of Scranton.
.Mr. Sporer has purchased the shop
furnishings of Mr. Hartung, and will
open up his shop on Saturday.
The Bell Telephone Co. are now
trying to compel users of their
phones to either send them a check
or call at their office and pay their
monthly accounts. A company that
can clean up a profit of ?23,000",Q00
In a year ought to be able to support
John RIckert, who for about
eight years has been In the employ
of Abo W. Abrahams, clothier, has
purchased the entire stock of goods
lately owned by Louis Helferich. Ho
will open tho store just ns soon as
arrangements can bo made, which
will be within a few days.
On Friday evening last, the
Juniors of the High school entertain
ed their friends in tho rendition of an
excellent literary and muslcnl pro
gram. After tho entertalnmnt, the
Juniors and Seniors were treated to
refreshments by the Sophmores, and
a most enjoyable evening was spent.
John Lens, of East Honesdale,
has sold to Osterhoudt & Dykman Co.
of Kingston, N. Y., seven acres of
land at East Honesdale. This con
cern aro now busy surveying tho
property and propose to lay It out In
town lots. They will extend Young
street through to Traeey street nnd
will stake- out 45 good size lots,
which will bo offered at bargain
prices, nt a date soon to be announc
ed. Tho sottloment will bo called
Willow Park. Streets nnd sldownlks
will bo Inld out nnd we understand
shade trees planted. It Is a most
attractive place and has escaped tho
notice of our local people who will he
surprised at tho number of deslrnblo
lots which will bo soon placed upon
tho market. This property will In
crease rnpidly In valuo as soon as tho
trolley is running. This is tho be
ginning of a real estate development
that will astonish our older inhabi
tants. This concorn, Osterhoudt &
Dykman Co., nro experienced renl
ostato developers, stand high in fi
nancial circles, with an excellent rep
utation for squaro dealing. This
method of doing things Is up-to-dnto,
and gives satisfaction whorover they
opernte. Hotter go down, look tho
situation over, and grab a lot before
tho best aro all taken. Their terms
Tho spring gloves in n largo va
riety can bo found nt Menner & Co.
Don't forget to clean up 'on
Austin Lyons spent the week-end
In Scrnnton. '
Miss Etta N'lelBon Bpent Saturday
Miss .Mary Menner spent Sntur
day In Scrnnton.
TIioh. Butler, of Cnrbondnlo, spent
Snturday In town.
Albert Stolnman, of Deposit, spent
Sunday at this place.
John Morgan of Cnrbondnlo, wns
a caller In town Sundny.
Miss Florence Wntts was a Scran
ton visitor on Saturday.
William GIbney is visiting relatives
In Scrnnton nnd Cnrbondnlo.
Joseph Grnzlnno, of Cnrbondnlo,
Is visiting friends In town.
Miss Mae Burger, of Scranton,
spent Sunday with relatives here.
Frank Westfnll was visiting In
Scranton and Carbondale on Sunday.
Miss Mae Campbell recently spent
a few days witlt relatives in Scran
E. E. Knox and A. S. Keyes, both
of Ariel, were callers In town on Fri
dny. J. M. Graff and William Gutholnz
of Scrnnton, were In town on Friday
Thomas Finnerty Ifhs returned
from a business trip in tho Middle
Mrs. M. Lee Brnman is the guest
of friends and relatives In Huguenot,
N. Y. - ,
Miss Barbara .McLaughlin is visit
ing nt the homo of her sister in Car
.Mr. and Mrs. Walter Watts, of Now
York, are visiting In Honesdalo for
a short time.
Judge Searle and Homer Greene,
Esq., were business callers in Scran
ton last Friday.
Miss Maine Lynott has returned
from Scranton after visiting relatives
for a few days.
Earl Gager, D. & H. station agent
at Providence, was a caller In Hones
dalo on Sunday.
Mrs. Herman Harmes of Hawley,
spent the latter part of the week in
the Maple City.
Walter Moore, of New York, is
spending a few days with relatives
on Court street.
Dr. Arno Voigt of Hawley, attend
ed the funeral of Mrs. Delcy Schoon-
over on Monday.
E. D. Goodnough and son of Glrd-
land, Pa., was a business caller in
town on Tuesday.
Richard Bracey has returned to
his home after spending several
days in Scranton.
Michael Mebs and William Kuhn
have accepted positions at glass cut
ting at Jeanette, Pa.
1 Miss Lois Mills, of Carbondale,
'spent Saturday and Sunday at the
home of C. W. Frederick.
Mrs. W. H. Lee left on Saturday
afternoon for WIlkes-Barre where
she is the guest of relatives.
Mrs. C. A. Emery entertained on
Sunday last Miss Maine Evans and
Seth Speck, both of Scranton.
Mrs. Llewelyn Morgan and daugh
ter, of Scranton, are guests of Mrs.
Duncan Mac Tavish on Cliff street
Mrs. Mary Kupfer of River street,
Ib spending some time with her chll
tlren in New York City and Brook
Miss Charlotte Lane has returned
from New York City, where she un
derwent an operation for appendi
Vice Principal Martz of the Haw
ley High school, spent Monday In
Honesdalo as the guest of Frank A,
Misses Nellie Cavanaugh, Rose
Flynn, and Alice McGlnnis visited
relatives In Scranton and WIlkes-
Mrs. Augustus Grambs returned to
her homo at Lake Ariel on Saturday,
after spending several days with rel
atives In town.
Louis Bader, William Denk and
William Hensey loft Saturday for
Elmlra, where they will work at
their trade of glass cutting.
.Mrs. Ellen G. Varcoe and Mrs.
Caroline E. Sell attended the asso
elation of Rebekah Lodges at
W llkes-Barro on .Saturday last.
Mrs. R. N. Torroy, who has made
qulto an extended visit with her
daughter, Mrs. Arthur Hull, of
Brooklyn, returned to her home on
Catarrh Will Go
Relief In Tho Minutes, Complete
Don't go on hawking yourself sick
ovory morning; it s cruel, it s harm
ful and it's unnecessary.
If aftor breathing Hyomel, tho
wonder-worker, you aro not rid of
vllo catarrh, you can have your mon
No stomach dosjug just take tho
llttlo hard rubber pocket Inhaler that
comes with each outfit, and pour
into k a row drops or Hyomel
Breatho It according to directions
In two minutes it will relievo you of
tnut stuffed up reollng. Uso It n fow
minutes every dny, and In a fow
weoks you will bo entirely free from
Got an outfit to-day; It only costs
$1.00; It's worth $1,000 to any ca
tarrh sufferer. For sale by drug
gists everywhere, and by G. W. Pell
who guarantees it to cure catarrh,
croup, coughs, colda, soro throat and
bronchitis. An extra bottlo of Hy
omel liquid if needed costs but GOc,
Tho little hard rubber pocket inhaler
you get with outfit will last a lifetime.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Cocnen, parents of
tho Rev. Dr. Cocnen, havo bidden
good-byo to their many friends In
Honcsdnlc, prior to their departuro
Jor Jersey City.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Boars the yCg .
Signature of iiaZTUcLc
BOY PLOTTER CAUGHT.
Plans Bank Robbery and Murder, but
Lansing, Mich.. April 2(1. - Robert
C'olister, aged' twenty-one yours, an
employee of the Oldn Motor works. Is
locked up In the city Jail charged with
aiding and abetting a pliiu to roil the
Union State Saving lunik nt Lalngs-
burgh, ten miles north, and his com
panion, Frank 'ltlvcnbcrg. In being de
tained by the police ns a witness.
His plot included the u-c of an auto
mobile for the trip over to Liilngx
burg early Monday morning, the kill
ing of the clmtilTour on the way, the
Isolation of Lnliigsburg by cutting all
telephone ami telegraph wires and an
entrance Into th lunik with an auto
matic Lugci- pistol and a Cult i-all
He Is sild to have admitted that he
expected ho would havo to shoot down
Cashier Hunt, who is a distant relative
of the prisoner.
$100 REWARD, S100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at
least one dreaded dlseaso that
science has been able to cure In all
Its stages, and that Is Catarrh.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only posi
tive euro now known to the medi
cal fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a
constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure Is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system,
thereby destroying the foundation
of the disease, and giving the patient
strength by building up tho consti
tution and assisting nature in doing
its work. The proprietors have so
much faith in its curative powers
that they offer One Hundred Dollars
for any case that it falls to cure.
Send for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by all Druggists, 7Ec.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
stipation. M. K. SIMON'S, PlIKSIDKNT.
FARMERS MECHANICS BANK
CAPITAL STOCK $75,000.00
Of the People,
For the People and
By the People !i
I Wc solicit the patronage of Individuals nnd firms H
for either Checking or Savings accounts, mid always H
I stand ready to loan money to Wayne Countenns having H
p proper security. If
1 SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS RENTED 1
I BY THE MONTH OR YEAR. 1
I Farmers Mm Ml
White Pine Lumber
Why you should use White Pine.
Because it is a very durable wood and the most suitable
for many different purposes. It will not check, warp or split
and holds paint exceedingly well.
We have a large and complete stock of select white
pine lumber that will meet your needs, whatever they
Come in and look at our lumber.
MARTIN HERMANN, CALLICOON, PA.
OX TRIAL FOR .MURDER.
Kid Regan, a Honesdnlo boy, Is on
trial for murder In New York City,
the deed being committed some years
ngo. His pull with the Democratic
administration staved off his appre
hension nnd trial until now. Tho
New York World of Tuesday has a
picture of Rog.m and his counsel,
Menner & Co. will close out a
lot of odd skirts, suitable for work
skirts, at less than half price. 4w
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR
FRED C. REICHEXHACKER,
Was born at Honesdale In 1SC4
and has always been n resident of
the borough. He was educated In
the Honesdale high school and learn
ed the druggist's business In the
pharmacy of C. C. Jadwin, and is
still engaged In that calling. He
has always been nn active and con
sistent Republican, is well versed In
and an able exponent of the princi
ples of the party and wholly devoted
to Its Interests. Mr. Relchenbacker
Is a member of the American Federa
tion of Musicians, (Union) Local No.
413. He was placed in nomination
for state senator of the Fourteenth
district by the conferees of Wayne
at Stroudsburg In190S and during
the deadlock had the highest vote
of any candidate; but, notwithstand
ing the nomination belonged to
Wayne, his name was withdrawn on
the fifty-second ballot and the nom
ination went to Carbon county.
C. A. E5IE1IV, Casiiikb