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flIE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JULY J3, 1010.
CENT A WORD COLUMN
NEW POST CAKDS of Hones
dale. 21 copyrighted. Newvoch
comes Lion, the first steam locomo
tive run In Amerlcn, North, Itiver
slde nnd Central Parka, Main,
Church, Court, Ninth, Tenth and
Eleventh streets In which appear
nutos, new state bridge nnd Hotel
Wayne, Cnrley Brook bridge, Union
Station, Golf Club House, Park Lnke
nnd Dyberry river with boats, and
Irving Cliff. All copyrighted by J.
13. Nielsen. 54eol3
TKUSTEE SALE On Wednes
day, July 20, nt 3 p. m., of the goods
of Manuel Jacobson, Bankrupt, who
conducted the Boston Store, con
sisting of Men's and Boys' suits,
shoes, rubbers, hats, caps, shirts, un-1
derwenr, white goods, notions, gro-,
cerles, also show cases, mirrors,
scales, coffee mill, cash register, and j
other articles. Terms, ensh. DUEL'
DODGE, Trustee. 5St3. 1
IIAltNESS, COLLAHS and all;
kinds of horse goods at Murray Co.,
Honesdnle. Pa. 53t4
FOK SALE Kelly & Stelnman
brick factory building, Including en
gine, boiler and shnftlng. Inquire of
J. B. Robinson.
WE HAVE 100 WAGONS ready
for your Inspection, possibly wo cau
make n deal. Come and see us.
Murray Co., Honesdnle, Pa. 53t4 ,
LOST A pointer bitch, liver and j
white; a hound, blnck, white and
tan; reward. L. Senft, Fallsdalc. !
KNIVES, GUAKDS and Bake
Teeth for all machines at Murray
Co., Honesdale. 63t4.
FOK SALE One 2-year-old
Orange county Holsteln bull. Spots
are all right on him. P. L. BR.A
MAN, Indian Orchard, Pa. 3t.
DESIKAULE PKOPEBTY FOK
SALE Residence of the late H. C.
Hand, located at the corner of Cnurch
and Eleventh streets; 76 feet on
Church street and 120 feet on Elev
enth street, together with house and
barn. For Information concerning
above property, address W. H. Stone,
Court street, Honesdale, Pa. 43m2
IF YOU AllE PAllTICULAK in
buying hay tools, call on us. We
can suit particular buyers. Murray
Co., Honesdale, Pa. 53t4
PHO,X kills both the potato bug
and the blight, and will not wash
off. Murray Co., Honesdnle. 53t4
TWELVE muslin trespass notices
for $1.00; six for seventy-five cents.
Name of owner, township and law
regarding trespassing printed there
on. CITIZEN office.
ALL KINDS of legal blanks, notes,
leases, deeds, warrants, bonds, sum
monses, constable bonds, etc. Citizen
This paper is endeavoring to
Hive it.s patrons the best service Mint
is possible to give and nil that the
patronage will permit. Our pnper
is being frequently complimented on
its improved appearance and the
amount and kind of mutter it con
tains. Our citizens can make tlio
paiMir btill moru Directive by liberal
patronage, both in subscriptions and
advertising.. The paper will always
endeavor to merit the patronage.
Jesse Wood of Waymart has
been admitted to the City Private
hospital in Carbondale for treat
ment. The annual picnic of the La
dies' Improvement association of
Texas No. 4 will take place Satur
day, July 23, in Bellevue park.
The Wayne Cut Glass company,
which was transferred from Hones
dale to Towanda, having been ac
quired by Towanda capitalists, Is do
ing a prosperous business already.
Largo orders have been booked, and
the quality of work turned out Is
said to compare favorably with any
in the country.
Hon. B. E. Brown, a former
associate judge of Pike county, who
for several years has been conduct
ing a resort at DeLand, Fin., with
his son Robert arrived at Mllford,
July 1 and will manago The Home
stead this season. His father, A.
D. Brown, Is not enjoying his usual
good health and under the doctor's
orders Is taking a rest from busi
ness. Blngbamton, N. Y., expects to
welcome one of the largest crowds In
Its history In Septombor, when tho
annual Blngbamton fair will bo sup
plemented for tho first tlmo by tho
"Carnival Bingo." Tho big fair will
be held Sept. 27, 28, 29 and 30, and
the carnival will be held on tho
nights or Sept. 28 and 29. It is
planned to make Blnghatnton hum by
day and howl by night. Excursion
tralnB will run all four days.
At a meeting of tho comraitteo
in charge of St. Paul'8 Evangelical
church excursion, which will be held
at Lako Lodoro on July 14, arrange
ments for tho event were practically
completed. This Is tho fifth annual
outing of this Scranton parish and as
In previous years a completo success
Is looked for. A commltteo of 12
men and 17 women aro In cbargo of
tho arrangements and they aro work
ing zealously toward this end.
Michael Volz, as chairman, Edward
Kroll, secretary and John Roth,
treasurer, are at tho head of tho committee.
Many are making arrange
ments to attend the outing given nt
Lako Lodoro July 29 by tho Druid
Societies and Gleo clubs of Carbon
dale nnd Olyphant. A great many
games are being arranged to help
pass the day In a pleasant manner.
Pntrlck J. Mannlon, the genlnl
and obliging clerk nt tho Harrison
house, Carbondale, haB resigned his
position to accept a more lucrative
one with Frank P. Grown. Ho will
be succeeded by Frank O'Neill, a
former hotelkeeper of Pleasant
The First Aid society excursion
to Lnke Lodoro will go today from
Jermyn and It Is expected there will
be a big day. The First Aid from
Mayfleld will also run an excursion
to the snme place and one of the
features of tho big event will be a
ball game between clubs represent
ing tho two places.
Mllford BtreetB never were In a
better or more satisfactory condition.
They were prepared before the oil
was applied, it was judiciously
spread, and the result Is no dust nnd
a hard, smooth roadway. Tho coun
cil merits tho thnnks of the public,
and the V. I. A. is also Included for
Its generosity, for this excellent con
dition. Tho side streets also will bo
treated and practically the whole
town will be dustless. Plko County
The friends, and they are nu
merous, of a successful salesman in
town announce that on n recent
Sunday he drove over to Calllcoon,
N. Y., in a smart livery rig with
red wheels and rubber tires, only to
find his petticoat partner of previous
outings had mnrried since last time.
He says it is a grave mistake to sup
pose the roses never bloom but once,
and that he will get another charmer
somewhere, in Callicoon or another
.Mrs. Peter McAndrew died at
her homo on Scotch street in Oly
phant Thursday afternoon after a
few weeks' sickness. Deceased was
born in Ireland, but came to Amer
ica when a young woman. After re
siding a short time in Hawley she
moved to Olyphant, where she had
resided ever since. She was a kind
ly Christian woman and was held in
the highest esteem by everyone.
Only eight weeks ago she burled her
son, Jail Warden John McAndrew.
Two daughters, Mrs. Mary Dletrick
and Miss Nellie McAndrew, and one
son, Michael McAndrew, survive her.
The man who wrestles with the
cow and learns the calves to suck,
who casts the corn before the swine,
is now in the greatest luck, for but
ter's on the upper grade, veal's
higher than a kite, pork is climbing
up the scale and beef is out of sight;
eggs he gathers every day from his
Poland chicken coop are almost
worth their weight In gold and we
are In the soup. His corn brings
him a fancy price, it's rising every
day and he rakes in all kinds of
men for a half load of hay. The
farmer is in the saddle and when
he comes to town the rest of us by
right should go way back and sit
The latest smallpox victim In
tho Mid-Valley district Is
Arthur Thomas, son of Thomas R.
Thomas of Gravity street, Olyphant.
The Thomas residence has been
placed under quarantine. The case
has been reported to Dr. J. C. Rlf
snyder and is being attended by Dr.
R. J. Lloyd and Dr. W. W. Jenkins.
The origin of tho case was traced
to a visit young Thomas paid to his
brother in Jermyn. Soon after the
visit the older brother was found to
be a smallpox victim, but he Is better
now. It is only a slight attack, and
no great danger is feared. There
Is only one case under quarantine
in Dickson City. Alfred Hawk, the
victim, is progressing nicely.
Boys, and possibly some per
sons that have left boyhood behind,
have broken a number of the
benches in the Honesdnle parks.
The Ladles' Improvement association
plans to put a stop to this bench
breaking business by Installing
benches of concrete that can't bo
smashed or whittled. It is Intended
to havo at least a dozen of them as
an experiment, and more if they
fill tho bill. Two benches at the
golf grounds were broken and some
in Riverside and Central parks got
the same medicine from occupants
who did not know enough to take
as good care of public property as
they would of their own. All tho
benches In Central park havo been
whittled more or less and rowdies
have dumped considerable dirt Into
the fountain. Tho police havo been
notified to get the guilty pnrtles, but
so far there havo been no arrests.
J. N. Welch caught four rats In
a trap that ho set in his office last
Thursday. Ho Bays his placo used
to be ratless, but that sinco Judge
Wilson nnd E. A. Pennlraan, tho
judge's pal of years, commenced to
take their traps out of tho office
next door, the rodent population has
been coming across in great shape
and finally ho had to get a trap and
sorao cheeso to termlnnto their un
welcorao sociability. There was a
time, some years ago, when tho of
fice of Tho Citizen was a prlmo
stamping ground for rats, and ono
memorable night tho Bteel Jaws of an
automatic gathered In 27 of them
and cleaned out tho wholo rat col
ony for a season. Tho rats emi
grated to tho Judge's law office on or
nbout tho tlmo he dropped his nows
paperlng and, now that ho has mov
ed, they have gone on up tho line to
stop with Mr. Welch. Tho Insurance
man says he will exterminate tho
wholo tribe If he has to fire the
building In order to smoke the
black and gray miscreants out of
There will bo an Ice crenm so
cial on H. E. Decker's lawn In Cal
kins Frldny, July 22, the proceeds
to go to the Sunday school.
The Association of Rebeknh
Lodges, I. O. O. F., composed of five
counties In northeastern Pennsyl
vania, will meet In Honesdnle Sat
urday at 2 nnd 7.30 p. m. Violet
Rebekah Lodge will welcome all
visitors of tho degrees.
Friday tho 12.25 D. & H. train
took a party of 39 women nnd three
men from Honesdnle to Waymart,
where tho 42 happy pilgrims ato
a splendid dinner nt H. C. Ensign's.
Mrs. William G. Jenkins nrranged
the outing, which wns thoroughly
enjoyed by all hands.
The Crown Cut Glass company
has been grnnted a charter. Tills
plant hns n capital of $5,000. The
Incorporators arc R. E. Fasshnuer,
T. N. Walsh, Peter E. Weldner, W.
D. Bonear, Honesdale, and William
Tho Merry Heart club returned
from an enjoyable week- at Packem
Inn, their camp nt Elk Lake, on
Fridny. The following were the
campers: Tom Prosch, Dr. Dick
Bishop, Hnrry Krantz, Jackie Rolf,
Blllio Ward, Tackle Hawken, Trixlo
Chnrlesworth and Jimmle Jacob.
The following are camping at
Elk Lake this week': Misses Marie
Bracey, Margaret Donnelly, Lillian
Bnrberi, Frances Demer, Helen
Onks, Mae McGraw, Hortense Mc
Kennn, Vera Tumnn of Scranton.
They are chaperoned by Misses
Alice McKennn, and Essie Kelly.
On Sunday they entertained Misses
Maine Demer, Mnrle McDermott,
Besslo Kelley and Elizabeth Bar
beri. William Weaver, whose health
is not what his numerous Wayne
county friends could wish, returned
Tuesday to Middletown.N. Y. He does
not walk downstreet, but, by the
advice of his physician, remains in
his room much of the time and gets
plenty of sleep nnd freedom from
business bother. Everyone who
knows Mr. Weaver will be glad to
see him restored to his old-time
robustness and vigor.
Fred C. Hand, past exalted
grand ruler of the Scranton lodge
of Elks, has denied the story thnt
the Elks would construct a 10-story
building, for some time at least.
"There has been no meeting of the
committee," he said, "and nothing
hns been done about It and won't
be for at least a year. When the
thing Is decided bids will be adver
tised for, but the size of the building
or the material has not even been
In Maennerchor hall Thursday
night Fred Foster, formerly of
Honesdale, now of Scranton, will
wrestle Miles Fitch of Carbondale
for $50. Both will weigh about
130. Old Honesdale and White Mills
friends of Foster will, they say, be
on hand to howl for him, and Car
bondale will send down a Fitch del
egation. There Is considerable in
terest In this match. Both men are
clever on the mat, and there has
been some betting In both places
at even money.
Scranton's new and largest
hostelry, Hotel Casey, is expected to
be opened for business by Oct. 15
The opening may come Oct. 1, but
present indications are that it will
not come before Oct. 15. The fur
nlshings have all been ordered and
are ready to bo delivered on a
couple of days' notice. They are
among the finest ever put into a ho
tel and will cost about $100,000.
Scranton's handsome Hotel
Jermyn will be closed for at least
three months, beginning the first
day of February. The lease of the
present lessee, F. S. Godfrey, who
has run the hotel since it was open
ed yenrs ago, expires April 1. In
nsmuch as the Jermyn estate declines
to take any of the hotel furnishings
or stock off Godfrey's hands, he has
decided to havo an auction sale
from February 1 until April 1
There are 204 bedrooms in the ho
tel. a number of parlors, bar room,
billiard room, dining room, etc.,
which cost about $75,000 to furnish
when the hotel was first opened. It
is understood in Honesdale, and it
is not generally denied in Scranton
that tho Jermyn has been a losing
Tho first game of tho Hones-dalo-Whito
Mills series arranged
Friday by Capt. Kupfer and the
White Mills management at a meet
ing In tho latter placo will come
Saturday afternoon at 3 and will
bo played hero. Tho teams aro
matched for $25 a side. Tho
Honesdale captain wants his home
folks to turn out thnt day and glvo
tho visitors to understand Hones
dale Is a ball town whero fast games
between good teams aro appreciat
ed. Up to tho present tlmo the
support hns been a bit below Capt.
Kupfer's expectations. Ho has put
In a great deal of hard work per
sonally to get his men in shape, and
all his players havo practiced dili
gently, with tho result that tho
Honesdale nlno today is in the pink
of condition to put up n tough tus
slo with all comers on tho diamond.
In Hossllng, tho older pitcher, nnd
Gregor, tho young southpaw who
was used In ono of the Drlfton
games on tho Fourth, Honesdale
has two clever boxmon, nnd tho
support given tho pitchers Is Im
proving. White Mills will come to
tho county sent with- a strengthen
ed team, prepared to give Capt.
Kupfer's boys a battle royal.' They
should not be greeted by a slim
Miss Alice Schoonovcr was tak
en to Scranton hospital Sundny to
be treated for her eyps, which have
bothered her for some time. It Is
hoped her sight can be saved.
On Mondny evening Luclle
Rowland entertained a number of
friends nt the golf links In honor of
her friend, Miss Rostna Henley of
New York. Helen Bertrnm greatly
greatly pleased those present with
a number of vocnl solos.
, Jermyn Js one of the three
Pennsylvnnln towns thnt have made
application for tho establishment of
n postal savings bnnk In Its post
office. The other two nre Pottsvllle
nnd Myersdale. No bank will be es
tablished anywhere until fall.
Myron E. Dodge wns operated
on for appendicitis nt Miss Hauler's
private hospital on Eleventh street
Frldny, the surgeon being Dr. Smith
of Scranton, who had the assistance
of Dr. H. B. Ely. Mr. Dodge wns
very weak Saturday, but since then
hns been Improving.
The Newburgh (N. Y.) News
says that Hon. and Mrs. D. B. Odell,
Jr., nnd daughter, Miss Estelle
Odell will sail from New York for
Europe Saturday, July 1C. for a six
weeks tour abroad. They will spend
considerable time in Germany. Gov.
Odell will not talk politics with
The crop of local humorists does
not fall, even In dry weather. In
the plnce of business of a certain
tolernbly well known citizen on Main
street there hangs this sign, so plnln
nnd distinct that he who runs may
read: We have four hanks In Hones
dale. Don't come to me for cash.
I'm not a bank.
Miss Tlllle Derrick, one of the
alert, up-and-coming tnble girls nt
Landlord John H. Weaver's Wayne
hotel, has given "her notice for Sat
urday, when she expects to return
to her home in Aldenville to work In
the cut glass factory. She takes
with her the best wishes of her em
ployer and the patrons of the hotel.
The Skat club at a meeting
Sunday elected Leopold Blumenthal
vice-president to succeed Henry
Schoell, who did not want another
term, and Leo Freeman treasurer
in place of John Crogan. The club's
annual outing, bound to be a good
one, is In tho hands of a commit
tee. The outing will come in Au
Enos W. Gregory, 41 years old,
died at his home In Dyberry Monday
afternoon after a lingering sickness.
He was a glass cutter by trade and
well known In Honesdale and vicin
ity. He is survived by his widow,
five children and five brothers and
sisters. The funeral will take place
from his home tomorrow afternoon
at 1 o'clock.
George Polley, about 17 or IS,
living nt Seelyvllle nnd employed by
the National Elevator and Machine
company, was taken suddenly sick
in the postofflce Saturday morning
.at, 10.30, just-'as the mail that arrives
on the 9.50 train from New York
and Scranton was being worked.
He felt sharp pains in his head and
fell to the floor. The lobby wns
pretty full, as it invariably is at the
raid-forenoon mail, and in the crowd
was Dr. Nellson. He had the lad
taken out and laid on the platform
in front of Chester A. Garratt's law
office, where a score of men gather
ed around the stricken Polley and
offered to help. Dr. Brady present
ly appeared and assisted. Within
half an hour young Polley revived
and be was taken home In Braman's
bus. He said his head had been
bothering him several days.
Additional Local on Page Eight.
Ladles traveling suits to close out
stock cheap at Menner & Co. 51eol4
Tills paper never has, nor never
will, urge the people to stop taking
the paper of a contemporary. AVo
enre not if you patronize 50 other
papers so long us you take ours.
Mrs. Fred Llndsley is visiting
Miss Mnrgaret Eberhart is spend
ing a few days In Scranton.
John II. Heumann and family
spent the day last Friday at Shohola.
G. F. Grlswold of Factoryvllle has
been passing several days in Hones
dale. Jacob Sell of Clarion is spending
the summer months with relatives
William Shaffer of Scranton came
over Friday to look up old friends in
Mrs. Arthur Dunn of WIlkes-Bar-ro
was visiting friends hero last Fri
day and Saturday.
Misses Tessio Moroslna and Nettle
Folk of West Scrnnton havo been
nt Lake Lodoro.
Michael Maher of Pleasant Mount
wns a visitor In Scranton tho latter
part of last week.
Joseph Rlckert of Brooklyn, N.
Y is the guost of relatives In
Honcsdalo and vicinity.
Miss Phoebo Gordon of Port Jer
vIb, N. Y., Is with her nunt, Mrs. L.
O. Rose, for a month.
Mrs. William Bnbcock and Mrs.
Irwin Brong of Peckvlllo nro spend
ing their vncatlon at Beach Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Brooks of
Scrnnton have taken tho cottngo of
C. S. AVeston nt Lake Ariel for tho
Horace Shaffer and daughter Alice
and John Schott of Lnckawaxen
visited relatives and friends In Hones
Robert Patterson of Scranton wbb
a caller In town on Sunday.
MIsb Vera Tuman of Scranton
visited friends here Saturday.
Walter Whitney Is on n business
trip through New York state.
Miss Dorothy Lynch leaves Thurs
day for her home In Canton, O.
Mrs. A. E. Slmerson of Scranton
Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rev. Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hnrtman have
returned from their honeymoon
Samuel Freeman of New York Is
spending his vncatlon with relatives
Irving A. Hartman and bride re
turned Frldny from their honey
moon. John Fisher and bride have re
turned from their extended bridal
Miss Daisy Alberty of Carbondalo
spent Saturday and Sunday at her
Edward Doran of Greenburg has
returned after a week's sojourn In
Charles Irwin has returned from
n week's visit with relatives in the
Mrs. Charles Edwards and Mrs.
E. F. Transue spent Frldny at New
F. A. Jenkins spent the latter part
of the week In northern Wayne on
George Foster has accepted a pos
ition with a mining company in
Deroy and Alfred Krletner hnve
returned from a visit with New
Theodore Armbuster was a busi
ness caller In Scranton tho latter
part of the week.
John Duko waB called to Pitts
ton Tuesdny on account of the seri
ous sickness of his mother.
Miss Florence Barnes of Philadel
phia is visiting at the home of her
grandmother, Mrs. Peter Barnes of
Miss Bessie Lawyer of Thirteenth
street entertained a number of
friends at a bridge party on Satur
Mr. and Mrs. Pntrlck Dougher of
Scranton are spending a few days
In the Maple City.
Frederick Menner and wife left
yesterday morning for their home
in Brookline, Mass.
Miss Ella Dills of Duryea is spend
ing the summer at Lorilla, the guest
of her brother, S. K. Dills.
Miss Martha Lewis and John
Matthews of Scranton are spending
two weeks with friends in town.
Miss Constance Kimble spent the
latter part of last week as the guest
of Miss Eva Harmes of Hawley.
Charles Thompson left Saturday
for Salt Lake City, Utah, where he
will be employed In a diamond mine.
J. C. Durcher nnd son, Donald, of
Richmond street, Scranton, have
been visiting friends in Honesdale.
. Miss Pauline Penwarden of Car
bondale is visiting her cousin, Miss
Isabel Penwarden of South Main
Mrs. Messett and children and
Miss Kate Smith are spending July
at the home of Joseph Morgan at
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lawyer have
returned from Albany, whero they
attended the funeral of the former's
Mr. and Mrs. William Benney and
daughters, Doris and Isabel, of New
York are the guests of Mrs. John N.
Mrs. Peter Rauner and Miss Min
nie Rauner of Hickory street, South
Scranton, hnve gone to Lake Ariel,
where they will spend the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Crossley
of Scranton have returned from an
"over-the-Fourth" trip In their
"Maxwell-thirty" car. They visited
Delaware Water Gap, Port Jervis,
N. Y., Mllford, Hawley and
Lako Ariel. Mr. Crossley says he
appreciated the oiled streets of
Mllford and the Improved roads of
Present Day Comfort
demands that every home in
Honesdale should be equipped
Bell Telephone Service
Tocall the doctor, order your
groceries, chat with friends,
make appointments or break
them the. easiest way
Use the Bell
Mrs. Margaret Alvord of Laurel
streot, Carbondale, has returned af
ter vlBltlng friends In Wnymart.
Reglnnld O'Connell went to Go
shen, N. Y., Sunday to pass the day
with a cousin whose name la O'Con
nor, not O'Connell.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Jones and Miss
Jones of West Scrnnton are enter
taining a house party at their cot
tage at Lake Ariel.
Dr. and Mrs. M. I. Pentecost of
Peckvllle left Sunday fdr a week's
stay at Lako Corao. They drovo all
the way to the lake.
George AVerner and Joseph Falk
of White Mills have returned nfter
spending their vncatlon at the cot
tage of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Teltzel
at Lake Sheridan.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry W. Plcrson
nnd children returned to their home
In Hawley Friday after spending
a week with tho former's brother
and family, Mr. and Mrs. M. S.
Plerson, on Catherine street, Mata
moras, N. Y.
Mrs. Patrick J. Karrlgan nnd
daughter, Helen, of Scranton wero
guests of the former's sister, Mrs.
Jacob Demer, Sr. over Sunday.
Miss Florence Polt Is spending
some time as the guest of the Sporer
family on South Webster nvenue in
Have you thought of Saratoga
Springs and Lake George as tho
place to spend your vacation this
summer? See advertisement. 54t4
You'll be amply able to
dress as you want to, if
you take advantage of
buying Summer Suits.
Dresses and Waists at
Our Store at Mid-Summer
Sun Umbrellas and
will be very much needed during
the hot weather. Our entire
stock to go at great reduction.
Jabots and Collars
Also come in for such attract
ions. Wo are showing an im
mense line from 10c. upwards.