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niE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, AVflUST 31, 1010.
CENT A WORD COLUMN
TKY ft lG-cent hot lunch, served nt
Hetimann's rcstnurnnt from 11.30
to 1.30 p. in.
WOMAN WANTED for kitchen. Good
wages. Houmnnn's Rcstaurnnt.
VOll SALE A Ford rondBter; flrst
class. A. E. BRYANT. 6Dt2
WNTE1) A good licensed com
mercial hotel, 2G to 30 rooms.
Must bear Investigation. Send full
pnrtlculnrB by letter. Address Com
mercial, Cramercy Hotel, Asbury
Park, N. J. 3t col.
WANTED Canvassers to sell pet
ticoats. Liberal commission paid.
Economy Mfg. Co., Rockwood, N.
KOK RENT Three .rooms .on
Spring street. 1231 Spring street.
FOR SALE High bred trotting
nnd pacing horses, brood mares and
colts. A number can show 2.30 or
better. A chance to get a good
horse worth the money. J. J. Jer
myn, 119 Wyoming avenue, Scran
ton, Pa. CltS
AVANTED Experienced girl for
general house work. Mrs. Shirley,
Main street. eoitf.
I OFFER FOR SALE an up-to-date
home near T. B. Clark's cutting
shop. DOR1N. 5"tl
FOR SALE Kelly & Stelnman
brick factory building, including en
gine, boiler and shafting. Inquire of
J. B. Robinson. BOtf.
Always In driving turn to the
right. Turn to the right when you
meet n wngon, vehicle, iiutoinobllc or
person. Turn to tlio right nnd have
nny wagon, nuto or other vehicle
pnss you on tlio left. Rear in mind
thnt it is nlwnys turn to the right.
This will nvold confusion. People
gcncrnlly understand this custom, so
far as meeting of vehicles nnd per
sons is concerned, but it Is often
disregarded when nny vehicle or
pedestrian wishes to pass them.
Katz Bros, will not be open a
Captain James Ham Circle, La
dies of the G. A. R., will meet Fri
day afternoon with Mrs. I. H. Ball
of Ridge street.
Percy L. Cole will open his
drugstore at the old Reichenbacker
stand Thursday. He has made the
place all over and put in new stocK
as well as modern fixtures. Mr. Cole
took a vacation of five months after
giving up the Job ho had held for
19 years with C. C.J"sJaifwlnr Ho
feels like work.
The New York, Ontario and
Western reports for the quarter end
ed June 30 an increase in total
any wagon, auto or other vehicle,
net railway operating revenue in
creased $101,832. Net corporate
Income, however, was only $63,860
greater than for the corresponding
quarter of last year.
Protection Engine Co., No. 3,
will make $300 or more on Friday's
picnic in Bellevue park. The re
freshment committee took in
$149.55. There are still some bills
to come in, the refreshment chair
man said Monday, but $300 should
be the net figure for everything.
The committee will have a meeting
The meeting of Democratic
county leaders rumored on the
streets of Honesdalo Monday was
simply an Informal talk In the back
room of a Seventh street business
man who would not, it is under
stood, refuse to take the nomina
tion for sheriff if he should And it
sitting expectant on his doorstep
tho night of primary day. This man
admitted the meeting was held, and
he also declared there wasn't a thing
for publication yet.
There has been an impression
current that a section of tho Far
view hospital would be thrown open
this fall. This is not true, for no
part will bo opened until 'tho legisla
ture meets and makes another ap
propriation. The hospital commis
sion met Friday In special session.
The personnel of the commission is
Hon. Henry C. Walton, Judge C.
B. Little of Montrose, County Con
troller E. A. Jones, Judgo Holland
of the Federal court and H. G. Ash
mead. Tho Nlckolet did an oxcollent
business Saturday night, when tho
little picture houso was reopened.
Every seat was hold down by nn
Interested occupant and Manager
MIchels's operator, Harry Hump
freys of Scranton, throw on pictures
that tickled every man, woman and
child in tho house. "Wanted a
wife" was particularly humorous
and much laughter broke loose
when 15 women, all ages, complex
ions and conditions, pursued tho
young fellow who had inadvertently
advertised for a better half. Mr.
Mlchels is delighted with tho start
ho has made. Ho admits tho
Nlckelet was a paying Investment
Saturday night. Ho alms to have
now, snappy pictures. Ho has a
gilt edge operator and courteous
attaches, and there is every reason
to bellevo the Nlckelet under his
management Is to provo an agree
able recreation to tho public and a
moneymaker to tho men who havo
subjet from Mr. Groves, tho lessee.
Tho Honesdalo National bank
will be closed Monday, Lnbor day.
Mrs. J. D. Vnrcoo of Waymart
was admitted to Emergency hospltnl
at Carbondnlo Monday for treat
ment. Tho Jewish synngoguo Is being
pnlntcd and otherwise spruced up to
recover Its nppearanco after the fire
of July 17.
Tho funornl of Mrs. BonJ. Lorls,
Sr., was held Monday morning nt 9
o'clock from tho German Catholic
church. Burial was here. I
Miss Edna Katz Informally en-1
tcrtalned a few friends nt n hurdy '
gurdy porch party Monday evening.
About eight couples enjoyed tho
unlquo affair, which was very Im
promptu. Tho Ontario and Western rail
road have Just made a contract for
the double tracking of cloven miles
of their road In northern Wayne,
between Pleasant Mount and Wln
wood. Becoming effective Thursday,
John C. McAndrews has been ap
pointed chief clerk to Trainmaster
J. J. Mantell of the Delaware dlvls-,
Ion of the Erie railroad, to succeed
Willis D. Canlleld, who will remain
in the trninmaster's office as steno
grapher. Thoro will bo a ball game on
the silk mill tints Saturday after
noon, team opposing Honesdale to
bo announced later. Tho Clinton,
Ct., team Capt. Kupfcr expected can
not come, but he is hustling to get
a team from some place, and he
expects to succeed.
Emerson W. Gammell expected i
to catch some fish in Rock lnke,
where the bass are plentiful this
year, but his cronies in tho court- -house
declare the gentleman return- j
cd with an empty basket because,
as they assrt, ho spent too much I
time singing and too little time fish-!
lng. When the singing subsided the
fish commenced to bite nnd Dr. Pow- j
efl, who was up to Camp Gammell j
on a day's visit, got two handsome i
ones. The Doctor Is a fisherman, :
not a singer.
George W. Taylor of Oregon
township has been appointed Inspec
tor of the work of construction of
the bridge over Hollister creek, in
Damascus township. John H. Med
erer of Hawley Is tho contractor.
The contract was sublet by him to
Chris Schroeder of Honesdale, but
the commissioners have no official
knowledge of this transaction.,
E. S. Rice and famlly-of Eastern
avenue, Carbondale, are spending
several weeks with relatives In
Organizer James Kennedy re
cently organized Gaynor clubs at
Middletown, Warwick, Greycourt,
Goshen, Chester, Greenville and
Florida. In those places he found
strong sentiment for Mayor William
J. Gaynor of. New York city for
Democratic nominee for governor of
this state. From "various reports
throughout the state It is expected
that Mayor Gaynor will be nominat
ed at the next state Democratic con
vention. Port Jervls Gazette.
The Skat club Is planning a
Labor day outing that is bound to
be worth while. Tho members,
most of them, will take Erie trains
Saturday for New York and from
there thoy will go to Newark, N. J.,
a famous town for tanneries and
Dutchmen, to pass tho major por
tion of tho holiday. Monday and
Tuesday will see tho Skats in
Honesdalo again. Their August
outing nt First pond was a hum
mer, both as regards the dinner and
as concerns the singing and other
festivities. Tho Newark outing
should prove equally enjoyable. Tho
doctor, the druggist, the two cloth
ing men and the hotel man expect
to take In this trip to tho largest
city in Jersey.
Tlio minimi fnlr will bo held
nt the fnlr grounds as usual this
year. Tho great interest manifested
by our peoplo has mado tho numiul
fnlr n pronounced success, nnd the
increased interest taken by former
exhibitors presages a magnificent ex
hibit for 1010. AVo therefore wish
to announce thnt great improve
ments will ho innde to accommodate
tho exhibitors in every department.
A line pavilion, commodious stock
sheds, good quarters for poultry and
pet stock, one of the best rnco
tracks In tho state, good water nnd
many other accommodations, will
contribute townrds making this fair
Miss Mollie Brown of Elmlra, N.
Y is visiting friends In Honesdalo.
Miss Lactea V. Hnwken of East
street is visiting relatives In Peck
villo. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fargo of
Plymouth are spending several
weeks in this vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Rellloy and
son, Leo, aro spending two weeks
with New York relatives.
Misses Josephlno and Kato Mc
Kenna aro spending n few days In
New York on business.
Squlro B. AV. Raymond and J. H.
Smith of Sherman wero in Hones
dalo on Monday on business.
Earl Hughes of Now York, who
spent tho summer with Frank H.
Thomas, returned Saturday.
MIbs Blanche Seymour of Port
Jervls, N. Y., has been tho guest of
some Honesdalo friends.
Ex-Commlssloner John RIckortof
Cherry Rldgo shook hands with his
Honesdale friends Monday. '
Miss Mary Howloy is enjoying her
vncntlon with her father, M. J, How
ley, In Port Jervls, N. Y.
F. P. Sweeney leaves Thursday
to spend a few days with friends
In Manchester, ,N. II. and Rutlnnd,
Miss Margaret Dardls, who spent
tho summer with her grandmother,
Mrs. J. C. Rellly, returned to her
homo in Brooklyn Saturday.
Walter Blgart of Dunmoro has
returned after a two weeks' visit
with his aunt, Mrs. F. II. Thomas.
Cornelia E. Thomas, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas, is
spending some time In Now York
Edward Mueller of Plttston spout
Sundny with his brother, George
J. Mueller, and did not go with him
to tho Lnke Lodoro ball game.
Henry Arnekc of Sherman is dan
gerously sick, having been operntcd
upon for kidney trouble at the Lcs
tershire, N. Y hospital recently.
Miss Vera Coleman of Nynck, N.
Y., who has been visiting relatives
In Honesdale and tho Lackawanna
valley, returns homo tomorrow.
Misses Ethel nnd Linda Sheeley,
of Hawley, are the guests this week
of Mrs. E. C. Sheeley on Mechanic
street.-Port Jervls (N. Y.) Ga
zette. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Odny expect
to return to Honesdnlo Thursday.
Mr. Oday will bo at the high school
building Friday and Saturday from
9 to 5.
Miss Tllllo Schflftor returned to
Scranton Sundny evening. She was
accompanied by her cousin, Miss
Frances Demer, who will remain
for two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. John O'Meara of
Liberty, N. Y., spent part of Monday
at tho Wayne hotel. They were on
their way to Forest City. Mr.
O'Meara Is tho carpenter at tho
Mr. and Mrs. J. Sam Brown and
daughter, Virginia, of. East street
aro visiting relatives and friends In
tho metropolis. They will also en
joy the breezes of Asbury park be
Rev. Dr. AV. H. Swift will go to
Cherry Ridge AVednesday to con
duct the funeral of Mrs. Elliott,
who died Sunday. She was a Meth
odist, but Mr. Hiller is not avail
able for that day and Fred G. Tol
ley, a relative of Mrs. Elliott, asked
Dr. Swift to officiate.
Attorney O. L. Rowland is a seri
ously sick man. His trouble Is con
gestion of the brain and since AVed
nesday, when ho was taken sick, he
has been growing worse. A trained
nurse is with him nil tho time.
Overwork is assigned by the family
as the cause of Mr. Rowland's
Conductor Charles Lord is again
punching tickets on the Erie train
that piles between Honesdale and
Port Jervls, N. Y. Mr. Lord and his
wife took a little vacation last week
and went to see relatives and friends
that dwell on the New York side of
tho Delaware. He says his outing
did him a world of good. Traveling
men and other regular patrons of the
Honesdale branch declare there Is no
more affable conductor anywhere
than "Charllo" Lord.
Mr. and Mrs. John Downing and
family of South Park street have re
turned nfter several days' outing at
Beach lake. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Downing and family of
Kingsland, N. J., were recent visi
tors in this city. They are now at
Beach lake, where they will spend
several days before returning
E. S. Rice and family of Eastern
avenue are enjoying a week's out-
Inc on tho farm of the former's
brother at AVhlto Mills. Carbondale
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Budd of Peck
ville, tho former's father, Edward
Budd of Mt. Arernon, N. Y., and Leo
Blows of Peckvllle motored through
Honesdale tho latter part of tho
week on their way to Equlnunk for
a short stay. Tho elder Budd still
owns property there and tho doctor
was very much Interested in tho
Lord case, as Equlnunk was his
birthplace. Tho party made a short
stop at Beach lake.
Thomas J. Ham, according to his
brothor, Justice AV. II. Ham, Is dally
mending and may bo In Honesdnlo
by Christmas time for a visit. He
cannot walk much, but otherwise tho
former editor is in pretty good
shape now. Ho reads tho Hones
dalo papers with avidity, and Hones
dnlo is tho staple of his conversa
tion. Tho hope Is general that he
may get home by tho holidays.
Everybody in Honesdale wants to
Mrs. Georgo H. Bruce, who left
her homo in Norwich, Conn., sev
eral weeks ago for Honesdnle, whero
she Is to spend September with her
son, Hllllard Bruce, at the AVayno
hotel, has been fussing around with
relatives In Now Haven, Conn., nnd
Hackensack, N. J., but will reach
hero Saturday night. Sho may pos
sibly go from Honesdalo to Indian
apolis, Ind., during October, to bo
In tho Hoosler capital on Oct. 25,
tho 15th anniversary of tho death
of her brother, Rev. John Hllllard
Ranger, who was rector of Christ
church, Indianapolis, from 1888 un
til his death. Mr. Ranger Is burled
In Indianapolis and his widow and
four children llvo there now.
Burko, Mr. Drake; Mrs. John
Gabrielo, Mr. Hood, Mrs. Thomas
Shortall, Miss E. E., "Tho Fashion."
M. B. Allen, Postmaster.
Death of William Roach Local
Mr. and Mrs. AV. J. KeeshV' of
Tnfton cntertnincd relatives from
Avoy during tho Week.
Tho Tnfton Sundny school hold
their picnic on tho Ben picnic
grounds on tho Paupao Saturday.
Fred Klllam of Flint, Mich., Is
passing his vacation with his pnr
cnts, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Klllam.
W. B. Ammermnn, trustee In
bankruptcy, will sell tho goods In
the store of Benjamin Skier at pub
lic auction on Sept. 7 at 10 a. m.
Arrangements havo been modo for
a Bpeclal program of moving pictures
for Wednesdny evening. C. E.
Rockwell, ono of Scranton's fine
tenors, will give tho Illustrated
Miss Mabel Rodman, who recent
ly finished a course of training at
tho Jewish hospital In Brooklyn, N.
A'., is paying a visit to her parents,
Dr. nnd Mrs. G. T. Rodman.
Miss Carrie Bea has fully recov
ered from her recent sickness nnd
will resume hr duties In the Belle
monto silk mill today.
Anthony McDonnough, tho well
known and popular liveryman of
Scranton, who makes annual camp
ing expeditions through the coun
try for recreation as well ns for
business, with his retinue nnd sev
eral horses Is camping on tho gypsy
grounds near Bellemonto hill. Mr.
McDonnough has greatly favored
the farmers on his trip by exchang
ing his fcar-nothlng horses for their
fractuous ones, especially those
afraid of the automobiles. Ho pass
ed Sunday nt his homo In Scranton.
The stork paused In Its flight and
left a baby daughter with Mr. nnd
Mrs. Georgo Schardt of AVnyne ave
nuo Thursday morning.
Another home In town has been
made desolate by the grim reaper.
Saturday morning at 7 o'clock Wll
11am Roach died from a paralytic
stroke at Big pond, whero he, In
company with his two sisters, was
taking his annual outing. Unusual
ly tragic have been the events in this
family's history. Father and three
sons have been employed- at various
times by the old Grnvlty and Erie
railroads. Ono son was crushed to
death by falling between the cars
on the old Gravity, a blow from
which the mother never recovered.
The father had both legs severed by
the same railroad, crippling him for
life. Another son was killed on the
Erie when the Wyoming branch
was being built. The deceased be
gan railroading about 31 years ago
and very soon thereafter lost both
legs and as a recompense the Erie
gave hiiri the position of watchman
at tho middle crossing on Church
street, where for 28 years he faith
fully performed his duties, making
many, friends by his patient, kindly
iiifinher. He made his home with
his sisters, Anna and Mary, who are
the only survivors. Mr. Roach was
about 60 years old. Undertaker
Bowan brought the body from Big
pond to the Roach home Saturday
afternoon. The funeral was from
St. Philomen's church this morning.
Interment was In the Catholic ceme
tery. Fred Bea and Lloyd Bennett left
Saturday morning for a trip to the
western part of the state, where
they will locate in Jeanette to worja
in ono of the glass cutting indus
tries of that place.
Several improvements are notice
able in town. D. J. Brannlng is
having a porch added to his houso
facing Penn avenue. Miss Annie
Riddel is having her front porch ex
tended the entire length of the
building, facing Atkinson street. G.
Matter and Sons, tho hustling flour
and feed merchants, havo greatly i un
proved tho grounds surrounding
their handsome homo, at the rear of
which is a grove where they havo
placed rustic seats and In other
ways have converted It into an Ideal
summer retreat. Thoy havo also
built a good road from thence to
tho street In the rear, which was
formerly only a rude stony path
much frequented by residents of
Bellemonto hill, It making a short
cut into tho business part of tho
town. Tho Rollison resldonce will
soon bo completed. AVork on it is
being pushed rapidly.
Fred Kohlman, nn electrician, re
turned to tho metropolis Monday af
ter spending his vacation of two
weeks In Hawley.
Stohenk Hobday of tho Knob, Plko
county, who has been for several
years an engineer on tho Erie rail
road, purchased Saturday tho livery
business of tho late William C.
Postmastor and Mrs. D. James
Colgato aro enjoying a few days of
recreation at Big pond as guests of
their daughter. Mrs. G. Hensel of
Carlisle, who, with her husband and
littlo daughter, is occupying their
cottage for tlio summer.
Mr. and Mrs. James Bunnell and
two children passed Sunday with
Mrs. Bunnell's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Sleezor, nt Fowlertown. Mr.
Sleezer, who has been In poor health
some time, went to Scranton Satur
day to consult a specialist, who di
agnosed his ailment to bo llmccltls
AVllllam McNamara, who has been
nwny -during tho summer, has re
turned and is now working in Bun
nell & AVost's cutting shop.
John Brown, John Hovor, Harry
Vanfrank and Dr. Catteral, four
export flshormon, wont to Peck's
mill pond Ashing and brought back
48 catfish and 26 pickerel. John
Brown has tho credit of catching tho
largest pickerel caught nt Peck's
this season, it balancing tho scales
nt 5. John Hovor got tho small
est one, weighing ono and one
fourths pounds. Dr. Cntcrall caught
an eel that measured 39 Inches.
Vnnfrnnk caught a sunflsh that
weighed ono pound.
AVhltes Vnlley Fnnncr Badly Gored
AVAYMART, Aug. 30. Simon
Pomeroy of AVhltes Valley was al
most gored to death by a vicious bull
last week near his home. Tho tlmo
ly arrival of neighbors prevented
tho enraged animal from accom
plishing his object.
Pomeroy sustained a broken
shoulder and was otherwiso badly
lacerated whero tho horns of tho
animal penetrnted tho flesh.
Pomeroy was walking through a
pnsturo when with a wild tubIi the
animal bore down on him. He at
tempted flight, but the bull caught
him with his horns nnd tossed him
high in tho air and over a fence.
While Pomeroy was lying in the
field the bull was preparing to make
another attack, but neighbors rushed
to tho rescue.
OPERATED ON FOR APPENDI
CITIS. GALILEE, , Aug. 30. Irving
Conklln, living two miles out of this
place, was operated on for appen
dicitis Friday by Dr. A. AV. Smith
of Scranton, who came up from
Honesdale in an automobile, and
Dr. Many of Tyler Hill and Dr.
Corsen of Rileyvllle.
Bo sure and read the advertise
ment of the Citizen today. You
might see something that will please
OPEN SEPTEMBER 1st
with an entirely new and complete stock of
PurejjDrugs andMedicines. Sundries Etc.
Physicians1 Prescriptions a Specialty.
1123 MAIN ST.
PCome Back' Sale
Having cBosed upour branch
store at BeBSiBg N.Y.we wISI close
our stock at
HALF PRICE AT OUR
1 t 1 -
Full line of Men's, Gents1 and Children cloth
ing and Gents1 Furnishings must go to make room
for our large fall stock.
Bregstein Bros., Leading Clothiers,
to tag, j
1-2 Bushel Baskets Drop Handles 15c Each
1 Bushel " " " 15c "
"Other 1-2 Bushel and Bushel Baskets up to
A Special on Market Baskets at 3c Each or
2 for 5c.
0. M. SPETTIGUE,
Milton Kctchum nnd family and
Mr, nnd Mrs. Irving Brong and child
aro at Beach lake, AVayno county.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Williams,
also Frank AVllllams, will spent two
wcoks at Lake Corao, Wnyno coun
ty. Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo AV.
Roberts are taking their vacation In
tho good old way. They loft PecR
vlllo last Saturday by horse and enr
rlago and are driving over tho hills
of Wayno county. Thoy expect to
return homo tomorrow or Monday.
Dr. F. T. Budd and Miss
May English, tho latter a trained
nurse, wero summoned to Lake
vllle, Wayno county, Monday after
noon, occasioned by tho critical Ill
ness of Miss Locklln, a sister of
Messrs. Georgo and Edward Lock
lln. Tho enso Is believed to bo ono
of typhoid fever. Peckvllle Jour
nal. John Thompson, who camo from
Arlington, Neb., to do some busi
ness East and also to cat a Robin
son reunion dinner In Honesdale,
left this week for New York to see
tho jewelry wholesalers. Ho has
been entertained at the homo of Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Robinson. AVhen
he told Mr. Robinson that his fath
er, John J. Thompson, was In Con
gress from Nebraska 20 or 25 years
ago, Mr. Robinson set out to find
tho precise date for his Nebraska
cousin. Ho will ask Congressman
Charles C. Pratt, one of his old
cronies, to hunt It up, and If Col.
Pratt lacks time the Job will bo
passed up to the librarian of Con
gress. Mr. Thompson has had a
splendid time, he says, among his
Wayno county connections. He will
tako n run back here In October for
final handshakes before slipping
away to the AVest.
Read the Citizen. It pays.
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