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niK CITIZEN, FRIDAY, .U'NH 17, 1010.
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dress mnnngcr of The Citizen.
FOR SAM3 One 2-year-old
Orange county Holstein bull. Spots
arc all right on him. P. L. BRA
MAN, Indian Orchard. Pn. 3t.
FOR SAIiH C1IKAP Set bath
room fixtures, tub. lavatory and
closet; also two doors nnd one pint
form spring delivery wagon. F. G.
TERWILLIGER, Honesdnle, Pa. 2t.
AIjIj persons arc forbidden tres
passing on my property nt Adams
Lake, Qenungtown. under penalty of
law. ALOXZO J. WILLIAMS. 3t
PARTXKR WANTED The un
dersigned offers half Interest In the
Tavnres Herald office, Tnvnres, Fin.
Orgnn of Democratic party for Lake
county nnd only paper at the county
seat. Copy of the Herald may be
seen tit "Citizen" office. Address
T. P. CARNS. Tnvnras. Fla. tf.
DKSIRARIjE PROPERTY FOR
SALE Residence of the late H. (
Hand, located at the corner of l n .nil
and Eleventh streets; 75 fett on
Church street and 120 feet on Elev
enth street, together with house nnd
barn. For Information concerning
above property, address W. H. Stone,
Court street, Honesdale, Pa. 43m2
STOVE WOOD Will deliver in
Honesdale hard wood, split, at ?2
per cord; ?1.75 per cord If not cut.
George Erk, Seelyville. Bell phone.
FOR SALE Honesdale National
Bank stock, 23 shares, or any pnrt
thereof, at $105 per share. Warren
P. Schenck, Honesdale, Pa.
TWELVE muslin trespass notices
for J 1.00; six for seventy-five cents.
Name of owner, township and law
regarding trespassing printed there
on. CITIZEN office.
FOR SALE: A walnut upholster
ed, parlor set of furniture consist
ing of sofa and two large cnairs. In
quire Citizen Office. tf
ALL KINDS of legal blanks, notes,
leases, deeds, warrants, bonds, sum
monses, constable bonds, etc. Citizen
Rev. A. L. Whittaker will hold
services in the Indian Orchard school
houee, Sunday at 2:30 P. M. .
Hon. Leopold Feurth is in Al
lentown at the Democratic state con
vention on the proxy of Joel Hill,
who found it impossible to attend.
Entertainment and social In the
German Lutheran church parlors
Tuesday evening next. Tickets, 25
cents each, include refreshments.
Charles E. Dodge has entered the
employ of Krantz, Smith k Co., the
glass cutters, as traveling salesman and
will enter upon his duties early in July.
Win. Rockwell of Scott and Peter E.
Colt of Manchester were among the
township assessors who were called to
HoneEdale to testify in the D. A H. and
Erie R. R. appeal cases this week.
The White Ribboners will meet with
Mrs. A. J. IJeubein on East Etreet Tues
day evening, June 21, 7:30. The Sub
ject will be "TheFlowerMifision." Miss
Lottie Roe will have charge.
Chae. Welles Esq. of Welles & Torrey
and C. 15. Little of Scranton were in
Honesdale this week, representing the
Erie & D. & II . R. R. companies in
their appeal from the assessment made
on their properties in this county.
Manager Benj. H. Dittrich of the
Lyric left Wednesday for Laurel Lake,
where he will spend the summer camp
ing on the Ehores by the beautiful body
of water. Mrs. Dittrich and children
will join him the first part of next week.
The acousticon temporarily in
stalled In the Presbyterian church
has become permanent, the trustees
having adopted the new arrangement
for tho benefit of deaf members,
t fveral of these say such an appliance
'. s long been needed.
Dr. Richard Gibbons of New York
city performed an operation for appen
dicitis on Father Shanley of Sayre, Pa.
at the French hospital, New York, on
Wednesday. Father Shanley is well
known in Honesdale, Hawley and White
John H. Bodenwaldt, a glassworker,
and Florence M. Smith were married at
noon yesterday by Rev. A. L. Whittaker
at the Episcopal rectory. The best
man was Edward C. Hend
ricks and the bridesmaid Miss Mabel
Hoyle. The couple had their picture
taken and went to New York on their
Amos Edwards was in Honesdale
this week, having been called here on
business. Mr. EdwardB went from
Sullivan county, N. Y. in 1878 to Lake
Como with the intention of remaining
there n short time. While there he en
tered the employ of Richard Randall as
foreman, and for tho 32 years he has
been so busy that he never had time to
go back to his old home, and further
he has not even had time enough to get
There will be a cake sale on Friday
afternoon at the B.iptiet church, start
ing nt 3 o'clock.
Miss I.cnore Rude and Thomas
Howard Quincy of Honesdale were mar
ried m New York Inst Sunday.
White Mills vs Honesdale will be
the Sunday ball game nt White Mills.
The game will be called at 3:30.
Rev. G. S. Wendell will conduct
public worship nnd preach at the Ber
lin Baptist church Sunday at 2:30 p. m.
The annual excursion of the Boot
and Shoe Workers union will take place
at Lake Lodore on Tuesday, Aug. 9th.
Grnce Epifcopnl church, Sunday;
June 1!) : 8 A. M. communion and ser
vice; 10:30 A. M. morning prnycr and
sermon; 12 M. Sundny school and Bible
classes ; 7:30 P. M. evening prayer nnd
One of the four jurymen in room 10
at the Hotel Wayne dropped his roll of
more than $100 in hh room yesterday.
Louia, the agreeable table girl, found
tho money when she went in to clean
up. She restored the roll to its owner.
He gave her a dollar bill. 1
Children's dny exercises will be
held by the Bible school at the First
Baptist church Sundny morning next
at 10.30. The sessions of the Bible
school will Ik' nt 11.45 nnd the young
people'!" meeting at (!."0 o'clock. In
t'ie I'venins nt 7.30 the pastor will give
t it- thi-t of a series' of talks on "The
IIyi:.n We Sing; Their Story nnd the
Guipel They Bring." The hymn for
Sunday will be "Je-iiis, Lover of My
Emmet Welsh, formerly of Hones
dale, employed by Kelly A Steinmnn,
this villnpe, has purchased through the
agency of L. A. Curtis, the U. G. Scutt
house Wheeler street. William Pelton,
formerly of Honesdale, now employed
in the Kelly A Steinman factory, this
village, hns rented nnd moved into the
Walter Howell house, Second street.
Deposit, N. Y. Courier Journal.
Miss May McGraw is in Carbondale
Harold Rowland, who has had
diphtheria, Is out.
Charles Thompson is spending a few
daVs at his home here.
Thomas Garvey of the Bell Telephone
is in town on business.
L. Denlo was doing business in
Mrs P211a Jones of East Street is visit
ing her mother at Girdland.
Mrs. Tatrick Doughan recently epent a
few days with relatives here.
Clarence M. Harris of the Globe store
is visiting his mother in New York.
C. F. Kellam of Ledgedale was a
caller In town yesterday.
Howard Erk attended the hill climbing
contest in Wilkes-Barre on Monday.
N. C. Howe of Sterling was at the
county seat Wednesday on business.
H. E. Benson of Scranton was a
business caller In Honesdale on Tues
day. Mr. and Mrs. William Wood of
Beach Lake were Honesdale visitors
William Schloss will return to-day
from the Red Men's convention In
W. E. Chumard and C. J. Pelton of
Hamlin were visitors in town Wed
nesday. Miss Hattle Arnold has as her
guest Miss Ruth Keller of Wilkes
Barre. Miss Mary Menner attended theCoan
Burr nuptials of Carbondale on Wednes
day. Earl Schenck and Florence Dunning
of State College are home for the sum
mer. Amos Edwards of Lake Como was
registered at the Hotel Wayne on
August Rickert and bride of New
York are visiting at the home of George
Mr. and Mr6. W. B. Holmes are en
tertaining two of their grnnddaughters,
Misses Daisy and Helen Mills of Brook
Mrs. Joseph Fryer of Thirteenth St.
left yesterday for a visit with her eistor
at Port Jervis, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Keleher havo
gone to Towanda, where they will make
their future home.
Merle Eldred has returned to Hones
dale after spending a few days with
Margretta Davis of Carbondale.
Stephen Nuefeild, who recently spent
a few days with friends in town return
ed to his duties nt Titusville, Pa.
Miss Lillian Heydt of Now York
city Is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. I.
T. Searlo of Upper Main street.
Mrs. II. 8. Fishor and daughter and
Mr. White of Whites Valloy wero
callers at The Citizen olllce Wednes
day. John T. Brooking of Poyntello was in
town for n few days this week greeting
his many friends. John's shadow does
not grow less.
Sixty employes of tho W. Skinner
& Son cut glass factory of Hammonds
port N. J., are on strike, demanding
Mrs. O. II. Karcher and littlo grand
daughter and Mrs. J. B. Smith of Bur
leigh Hill have been with Honesdale
friends this week.
Mies Knthrvn Knoll is the guest of
Scranton friends this week.
Ray Cnrr uns one of the Scrnntonians
here on business WednoMlny.
Miss Mnrgucrit'1 Dolmotech of Wells
college is nt the home of her mother,
Mrs, II , '., Russell of Church etreet.
Mies Lucy Huseell of Auburndalc,
Mass. and Milton Russell of West New
ton, Mass., are home for their summer
William Ferber nnd Fletcher Bun
nell left Wednesday morning for n
trip down tho Erie nnd up the Dela
ware on business.
Mrs. Charles Spettigue of East 6trect
left yesterday for St. Mnrys, Pa. where
she will make an extended visit with her
daughter, Mrs. A. F. Davis.
Mrs. R. H. Brown and Mrs. E. T.
Brown left Wednesday to attend -the
graduation exercises of Willesley college
the formei 'a daughter, Miss Florence, be
ing one of the gr iduat js.
Misses Pearl Bryant, a teacher in
Brown college, Brooklyn N. Y. and
Olive Brynnt a student nt Smith college,
arrived Wednesday evening to spend
their summer vacation here.
Mrs. Alma G. Dix, one of theteachers
in the Honesdale High school, litis gone
to Spokane, Wash., to visit her daughter,
Alice, who iu tin- wife of R. M. Wil
liams. .Mr. and Mrs. Henry Doyle and their
two child: ei', f:om Denver, Col., are
at the home of Mrs. .lames M. Spen
cer in Preston for a stny of some
S. A. SnedeUer of Aldenvllle, J. B.
Varcoe of Wayniart, W. R. Jones of
Carbondale and H. C. Curtis of South
Canaan were registered at Hotel
Wayne on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. McGrannlgan, 'Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Fives, Mrs. William
Bracey, Morris Murray, Mrs. John
Curney of Spring street attended the
funeral of Miss Mary Hnggerty of
Whites Valley. Interment was at
David Crowley of New York city,
at one time a noted detective and en
gaged in some of the big cases in New
York city and elsewhere, passed through
Honesdale Tuesday on his way from
New York to Scrnnton.
Mrs. John Seitz and daughter, Joseph
ine, and Mr. Win. Seitz and daughter,
Evelyn, of East street left Wednesday
for a month's visit with relatives. The
former will visit her son, Charles, in
New York city and the latter her sister
at Port Chester, N. V. and other relatives
at Albany, N. Y.
Miss Anna Seaman of East street and
Miss Carrie B. Stephens, teachers of
the Honesdale graded schools, left yes
terday on their western trip. The for
mer will visit relatives in Kansas City,
Mo. and will also pay a visit to a broth
er in the stnte of Oklahoma before re
turning. Letters Nobody Has Claimed.
Letters for the following persons re
main unclaimed in Honesdale postof
lice: Miss Mary Clever, Miss Ethel Maddu
ford, Miss Grace Pethick.
l!5,000 Visitors to Cnpltol.
Twenty-five thousand visitors sign
ed the state capitol registry the past
year and were shown through the
building by the six guides, according
to their report to Supt. Rambo on
Pickerel und Dass Season.
The season for catching blue pike,
pickerel, pike-perch, yellow perch and
black bass opened Wednesday and
continues until Jan. 1. The law al
lows a person to catch, If he can, 12
black bass and 25 of the other fish
Sonic Delay in This Paper.
The Citizen has been having its
troubles this week. The linotype per
formed the first real breakdown that
has taken place since it was installed
in this office and as the result to-day's
paper, much of it Eet by hand, is late.
Much good local and county news had
to be left out. The machinery will bo
put in shape today and the next issue
ought to contain more stuff and make a
PAIN? YES. DANGER? NO!
Fat Man With We; Heart to Match
Body Wasn't Needed, After All.
A benevolent citizen who alludes
to his business us being "In tho Bow
ery" was drawn to his door Tuesday
by cries of distress evidently proceed
ing from tho second story of a build
ing hard by. Ho wiped his moist
glasseM and looked aloft. Ho could
sco nothing, but ho could hear n lot.
Then ho called a boy from tho next
"I hear cries of 'Holp,' 'Murder,'
'Police,' 'Fire,' " explained tho benov
olent citizen, a man so kind-hearted
that ho mokes n. rdgular practlco of
getting up nights to let keyless
boarders Into tho hotel. "Somebody
Is evidently in distress. Somebody
needs a helping hand up in that
building. Somobody Is in great pain
or danger. What can I do?"
"Nothln'," said tho urchin, and ho
grinned at tho perturbation of tho
benevolont fat mnn. "You don't got
tho words right. That's Just a kid
gettln' a tooth hauled. That's on tho
Tho benovolent citizen saw tho of
fices of tho Good Samaritan would bo
a drug on tho market and ho faded
away to the back of his store again.
Wo Stock Up the State!
Dr. J. J. Reltz received last week
four large cans of Ilsh from tne
Wnync county Btnte llBhery, about
20,000 In number. The Ilsh which
were pickerel and yellow perch meas
ured from nn eighth of an Inch In
length. They were deposited In, the
Lockport, Pcnnsvllle and other
creeks. Wnlnutport cor. Allentown
HOWE'S GREAT LONDON SHOWS.
Memories of Youth Awakened Our
Girls nnd I toys Just Like Their
There Is nothing more pathetic on
earth than the urchin who stands out
side the big tent, views his com
panions blithely pass before him to
enter paradise, while all the time the
hideous consciousness is his that he
has not been able to muitcr the price
of admission. He may grow up later
to he a grent and good man, and be
come President of the United States,
but he does not enre for that now
ho would give all his chances in this
world for the possession of the little
slip of enrdboard which would put
him face to fare with the gleesome,
flensome baboon. If you meet any
such wistful hangers-on at the outer
pale of tho Land of Heart's Desire,
and are moved by the memories of
your youth to pass him In, you will
do a Letter deed than If you found
him hungry In the street anu fed
him, for he will digeszt the meal and
need another beTTore long, but a cir
cus is worth missing many meals to
So go to the circus, and don't be
so ashamed of wanting to go that
you make the excuse that you are
just going to take care of the chil
dren. Admit that you like it. Go
and eat peanuts, and Iaught at the
clown and feel young and happy
again. The clown is another feast. He
will be, to all intents and purposes,
the first clown thnt you ever saw;
and he will have the same Jokes;
but If you nttend In the proper spirit,
you will laugh In the same old places.
Howe's Great London Shows will
exhibit In Honesdale on Tuesday,
Results of Games Played In National
and American Leagues.
At Nov York New York, 5; Pitts
burg, 1. Batteries Mathewson and
Meyers; Lieflcld and Gibson.
At Brooklyn (fourteen Innings)
Brooklyn, 3; Chicago, 2. Batteries
Burger, Bergen and Erwln; Cole nnd
At Philadelphia-Cincinnati, 3; Phil
adelphia, 3. Batteries Rowan, Clarke
and McLean; McQuillen, Moore, Jack
lltsch and Mornn. Game called at end
of sixteenth inning on account of dark
ness. At Boston Boston, 2; St Louis, 0.
Batteries Mattern and Graham; Wil
lis, Harmon and Phelps.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
W. L. P.O.
Chicago 30 10 .052
New York 29 10 .004
Cincinnati 24 20 .545
Pittsburg 22 22 .500
St. Louin 22 20 .45S
Brooklyn 22 20 .458
Philadelphia IS 25 .419
Boston 18 31 .307
At Cleveland New York, 3; Cleve
land, 0. Batteries Ford and Sweeney;
uung nnd Easterly.
At Chicago (fourteen Innings) Chi
cago, 4; Philadelphia, 3. Batteries
Wnlsh nnd Payne; Morgnn, Plank and
At Detroit Boston, S; Detroit, 3.
Batteries Karger and Carrlgan; Mul
Hn nnd Stauage.
At St. Louls-St. Louis, 5; Washing
ton, 4. Batteries Luke and Stephens;
Walker, Street and Hardy.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
W. L. P.C.
New York 29 14 .071
Philadelphia 30 15 .007
Detroit 32 10 .027
Boston 24 21 .533
Cleveland 17 22 .430
Washington 21 28 .420
Chicago 17 20 .395
St. Louis 10 35 .222
ASSASSIN'S AIM BAD.
Misses Qovernor of Bosnia, So Social
ist Killed Himself.
Sarajevo, Bosnia, June 1(1. A social
lit of tho name of Karojie made nn
attempt to asuasshmte General Rare
s.'inln, tho governor of Bosnia and
Herzegovina. Tho governor was re
turning from Konak, where he had
opened tho diet, when Karojk fired
flvo shots nt him from n revolver. Tho
assassin' aim was lul and nono of
tho bullets struck tho governor.
When ICnroJIc saw that tho bullets
had not struck General Barosanln ho
turned tho pistol upon himself nnd
committed sulcldo with tho last bullet.
A King's Coin Collection.
Victor Emmanuel Is considered, and
rightly so, an exceedingly clever nu
mismatist A rather interesting story
Is told of tho manner in which tho
king, while still littlo moro than a
child, acquired a taato for tho sclenco
of numismatics. Ono day ho received
n soldo bearing tho head of Popo Pius
IX. A littlo later, finding another, ho
added it to tho first, and in this way
ho collected fifteen. Meanwhllo bis
father, King Humbert, presented him
with about Blxty pieces of old copper
money, and thus was formed tho nu
cleus of his collection. McCluro's
Coining Wedding In llnmlln.
Miss Laura C. Boyce, dnughter of
Rev. and Mrs. J. II. Boyce of llnm
lln, nnd J. Lee Roy VnnSlckle of
Scrnnton, are to be married In tho
McthodlEt Eplscopnl church of Ham
lin, Wednesday, June 29, at 11
What .Mnnner of Bird Is This?
T. D. O'Connell has not yet found
any mnn, womnn or child nblo to
put a name to the red bird a couple
of hoys caught this week on the cliff
nnd sold to the landlord of the Amer
ican house. It Is too plump nnd full
breasted to be n scarlet tanagcr, the
most beautiful bird that visits the
eastern woods between April nnd
June, but It Is equally brilliant In
plutnnge. In the window of Mr.
O'Connell's place of business the bird
continues to nttrart attention and
Its owner hopes he may yet find what
It's file Jar
Handsome fresh fruits make
when they're canned tvise
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Our Muslin Underwear Sales are always
occasions of interest to ladies. The sale
coming will surpass anything ever offered
The finest and most attractive styles of
the KATZ UNDERWEAR CO. on sale lower
than ever seen before.
KATZ BROS. Inc.
Degrees will be conferred upon a
graduating class of 05 at Buckncll's
sixtieth annual commencement, June
22. Twenty Master's degrees will
also be announced nt that time. Tho
baccalaureate sermon will bo deliver
ed by President John II. Harris of tho
university Sunday morning, June 19.
In tho afternoon Rev. Perclval II.
Lynch of Carbondale will speak be
fore the Education society. Monday
will ho taken up with class exercises
and the following day Dean Shailer
Mathews of the University of Chi
cago will deliver the annual address.
The alumni anniversary will in
clude reunions of the clnsses of 'CO,
'70, 'SO, '85, '90, '90, 1900 and 1905.
The orator will be William B. Shed
dan, '95 of Princeton and poet Miss
Olive C. Richards '08, of Scranton.
At the corporation dinner Hon.
Simon P. Wolverton, 'CO, of Sunbury
will give the annual address.
jIowto Can Peaches jj
handsome reserved fruit nnlv
without either cuttingor crushing.
The jar that has a mouth wide
enough to admit all our best domes
tic fruits peaches, pears, etc.
whtU is the "Atlas E-Z Seal."
Therefore, the best results in pre
serving are possible only when you
use the Atlas E-Z Seal Jar.
Buy these jars of your dealer
before the fruit season comes on
and be ready to preserve appearance
as well as quality.
The Atlas E-Z Seal Jar is
extra quality glass; smooth on top
and an instant sealer.
HAZEL-ATLAS GLASS CO,
Wheeling, W. Va.
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