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TH13 CITIZEN, FRIDAY, SKl'T. 10, 1010.
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TUB CITIZEN PUBLISHING COMrANY.
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otllcc, Honcsdale. l'a.
K. B. HAUnRNlilillOH. - PRESIDENT
W. W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SKO'Y
MILLIARD HltUOE - - EDITOR
0. n. DORrl.INOKB. M. B. ALLEN.
nKNRY WILSON. K. B. HARDKNIIERail.
W. MT. WOOD,
FRIDAY, SHI'T. 1, HMO.
JOHN K. TENEIl.
For Lieutenant Governor
JOHN M. ItEYNOLDS. '
Secretary of Internal' Affairs
CHAS. F. WItlGHT.
C. C. PIIATT.
For State Senator,
WINFRED D. LEWIS.
H. C. JACKSON.
.MAINti FIGHT A LOCAL ONK
Republicans should not get un
easy or fidgety this early in the
game because the ordinarily conser
vative and careful Pine Tree state
has in a moment of uncharacteristic
hysteria seen lit to throw a Repub
lican governor out of the state house
In Augusta, to send three Demo
cratic Congressmen to Washington,
and to elect a legislature that will
be predominantly Democratic. Maine,
generally Republican by 23,000 or
something like that, though McKlN-
LEY carried it by 4S.0S2 in 1S0G,
is as Republican at heart today as
she has been since 1SS0, when an
other PLA1STED, the father of the
PLAISTED who won this time, was
swept in just before President GAR'
FIELD'S election; but Maino Re
publicans, to tell the straight truth
about it, got disgusted with Gov.
Never a man of much mental
breadth or executive calibre and al
ways recognized as the pliant tool
of HIRAM RICKER, the millionaire
spring water bottler of Poland
Springs, who put up the coin to
nominate and elect the Androscoggin
corn canner, DERT FERNALD has
of late incurred the sincere disgust
of intelligent men in both parties by
trying to explain and defend the
Ineffectual, even farcical prohibition
law of his state. He said that Maine
prohibition did actually prohibit; and
every inan and woman in Maine,
from the Bay of Fundy t& Ports
mouth navy yard and from the Do
minion line' to the Atlantic breakers
at Casco and Bar Harbor, knew that
statement was either gross untruth
fulness or dense ignorance.
The defeat of FERNALD has long
been forecasted; and the worst of it
was that the antl-FERNALD men
were not satisfied with voting for
PLAISTED but put the whole Dem
ocratlc ticket into tho box straight.
They made a blunder not likely to
be duplicated in any other state, but
In Maine it is common practice to
cut the whole ticket in order to spite
one unsuitable candidate. Democrats
and renegade Republicans in Penn
sylvania and other states who draw
encouragement from the Maine re
sult and predict the shifting of other
stalwart Republican states to tho
Democratic column this fall aro liv
ing in a fool's paradise. The con
test in Maine was heated by a local
Issue of long brewing and the heroic
effort of the Maine voters was pri
marily toward the downing of one
man intellectually incompetent for
his office. They went too far and
the result in Maine is deplorable, but
it is not a result big with signifi
cance tor tho party in tho nation.
Only a small, mean spirit will
stoop to censure the dead who can
not conio back from Eternity to de
fend themselves, even though it bo
tho purpose of that censure to warn
brothors who remain how earnest
should bo their effort to avoid tho
pitfalls which may have claimed
older and more sagacious men. It
is easy for any reasonable if not
positively charitable man to speak
fairly of our frionds that leavo us.
Petulant outbreaks following a week
behind tho mourners and tho coffin
havo neither manhood nor good
sense to Justify them. Tho strongth
of WILLIAM McKINLEY was large
ly basod on tho fact that no politi
cal or personal foo of tho man from
Canton was over made tho targot for
viciously critical outbreaks or ovon
for caustic comments that might bo
taken as a reflection upon private
character or personal conduct. If
WILLIAM McKINLEY would not
pralso a man, that man was politi
cally damned by tho McKINLEY
sllenco in Ohio. But tho quorolous
carping of small men with an ovor
weanlng vision of their own conse
quence In a country county can in
jure no man savo tho ono who
stoops to such un-Clirlstlan tactics.
That paper mill backed by ainplo
Wllkes-Uarro capital should bo right
wolcomo unto SteoncI
If Senator GRIM intends discuss
ing politics this fall ho should Im
prove tho tlmo now getting hold of
some facts. Tho same ndvice will
apply to WILLIAM II. BERRY.
Tho man who Is earning his living,
who is self-supporting and whoso wife
and babies have enough to eat and
something to wear, has troubles suffi
cient of his own. Don't bother him
We aro quite inclined to tho be
lief of tho Wilkes-Barro Record, a
Democratic independent newspaper,
that tho future of tho Keystone par
ty In Pennsylvania does not appear
to bo particularly brilliant.
There ought to bo a rule in the
Democratic party of Pennsylvania
providing that in state conventions
the nomination go to the second
highest man. It would avoid a lot
of trouble for candidates like WIL
LIAM H. BERRY and would mako
such parties as the Keystone unnec
essary. "Be careful, brother reformer, that
you speak the truth," was one of the
pointed epigrams given by Col.
ROOSEVELT In Pittsburg. There
are a good many alleged reformers
now tearing up tho sod in the past
ure land of Pennsylvania politics
who have little respect for the truth
It is possible Col. ROOSEVELT is
acquainted with some of them and
knows what he is talking about.
Tho Hon. CHAMP CLARK, Demo
cratic leader of the house says: "If
I am elected speaker of the next
house I will drive a pair of Missouri
mules down Pennsylvania avenue."
Now Is the time for all good Demo
crats to rally to the aid of their party
This is about as strong an argument
as we have heard for tho election of
a Democratic house, and it should
be used extensively in the 1910 cam
At the Democratic "rally day" in
Doylestown, where WEBSTER GRIM
lives and moves and has his being,
all of 100 men, some of them Dem
ocrats, tho others Republicans who
wanted an hour's amusement, show'
ed up to hear Mr. GRIM and Con
gressman PALMER from the Water
Gap talk to the faithful. Ah, but
there's ono real good straw to show
which way the political wind Is
blowing this fall in Pennsylvania!
The cry of the Keystone party
Help, Cash-us or we sink!
Hope Is expecting something we
know won t happen.
No one has yet invented a tire that
will keep the matrimonial car from
Pittsburg cannot keep out of the
limelight long. Her richest spinster
is to marry.
Tho shiftless man Is always so
religious he just lets God take care
of his family.
Contentment knocks at every
man's door, but she is usually order
ed off the premises.
What a married woman doesn't
know she suspects. So much more
romantic, you know!
Cultivate vices when you aro
young, and when you aro old they
will not forsako you.
Willie figures won't lie, tho trouble
seems to be wo don't all figure alike
at election tlmo in Pennsylvania.
Beware of the man who would
rather boII his conscience with de
ceit than his hands with honest toll.
Verily and of a truth, my breth
ren, it Is not always ho who pound
eth tho loudest on tho bar of a
taproom that bloweth tho most coin
on tho thirsty In waiting.
Spending money Is llko sliding
down hill on a toboggan; earning it
is like walking up and pulling tho
toboggan after you. Guess which is
best for tho logs and wind!
Gov. Patterson of Tennessee, who
haB red hair and a red temper, seems
also to havo been read out of tho
bettor olomont of his party in tho
state where "Old Hickory" is laid
Can Berry como back? an exchnngo
wants to know. Most decidedly not!
Mr. Borry, however, can go back
to the Chester brickyards which aro
his only proper and legitimate Hold
Will thoso Boy Scouts, mnrch
lng a la Whlttakor, not a la Dlm
mick, reel off that' four mllo tramp
at a good old WoBton gait of moro
than four miles to tho hour? Tho
sport Is ilno on a stato road, but O
you muddy Main street!
Now that tho diamond has boon
duly dusted and locked up for tho
winter, we supposo outdcar Brother
Callaway feels a whole lot better al
ready. It always did gall that
young man to tho marrow to havo
to prosecute a Monday Interview in
order to get tho harrowing details
of a Sunday gatno.
Tho coon and tho clown and tho
Juggler and tho wiro walker and tho
man that can mako oven educated
peoplo beliovo ho swallows snakes
allvo aro Roosevoltlcally dee-lighted
to think tho Wrights and tho Cur
tises nnd tho Hamiltons nnd all tho
rest of tho sky pilot fraternity want
ed $10,000 and tho management
of the Allentown fair wouldn't cough
up a skinny cent moro than $4,000!
Listen I Thoso sweet, soft strains
that yesterday "were wafted down
tho vnlley from their first swelling
point among tho gently rolling hills
of Syracuse and tho salt mines were
nothing moro nor less than our old
friend Gammoll, tho successful vo
calist of Bock lako and Honesdalo
and Bethany, once moro trying out
ids vocal cords for the delectation ol
tho raptuous thousands assembled in
tho grnndstand at tho York state
Huckleberries went long ago and
blackberries followed them, to bo
no more seen this summer; but
thoro's another "berry" crop to be
gathered this year in Pennsylvania.
Only, tho women and the children
God bless their trusting hearts nnd
keep 'em from hearing tho kind of
words some plain, ordinary citizens
feel -sometimes forced to say about
politicians can't go out into tho
highways and tho byways and com
pel this crop to como in!
Wo wonder If Joo Daniels of Ra
leigh, and Capt. Bill Gonzales of
Columbia, and Frank L. .Mayes of
Pcnsacola, the southern -editors wo
know best and tho best southern
editors wo know, aro going to hal
luclnote their heads witli tho lin
lipMiife nntinn that the Maine turn
over is a cocksure preflgurement of
n romping Bryan victory iwo years
from next November! Thoy ought
to know better, wo nopo may kiiuw
better, it is time they knew better,
Knnnv Iniul nf Rvaneeilne! The
Nova Scotia strawberry beds are
turning out a glorious yieiu oi aop-tember-October
fruit this year and
Boston dealers who cater to costly
onlpnroa hnvo rnntrncted for tho
wholo of it at prices that will make
the mouths ot the natives sneu more
water than anything short of the
liicxlnna rlnrk rod ITlOUtllfUl itself.
And Just to think tho Pennsylvania
strawberry petered out uetore Jiuy
had shed half its blood and that
some Eastern states havo a shorter
strawberry season even than iJenu
Tim WUkps-Barro lawyer who
says his city "is a so,ft spot for
crooks" and that "there is not a
more rank, rancid and rotten place
on tho map than the capital of Lu
zerne county" bases nis cnarges on
fnnt thnt n constable's fees ran
to $10,000 in a year and the furthest
i - e A -- A 1. 1 rtr1n nnnn CTflTYlVki
misiuriuiiu uiui iuo w11 to""
lint imiKA ! krmw to exist on East
Market street, "not 40 steps from
the union station." Evidently ne is
too delicate of language to say any
thing about tho notorious ease with
which tho veriest stranger can buy
a drink after midnight, or to quote
the sentiment of a former city offi
cial that "there are 28 immoral
rinQ in smith State street and, vi
cinity and 10 could do all the busi
ness." Doubtless tne lawyer anu
thi ndlnlnl wnlllrt Hkfi tn OCCUnV a
hnv tnirothor nt T.llHnn Russell's "A
Search for a Sinner," tho new play
which a Scranton paper says migut
with propriety be opened in Wilkes-
1 KEYSTONE PRESS.
DnnoMnp n mnn who doesn't kllOW
nnnnsrh tn nnnrnrintfi it is about as
fruitless as winking at a pretty blind
girl in tho daric. un uny unzzaru.
A New York woman who has sued
her husband for divorce says sho
will name 100 co-respondents. That
fellow must havo been going it for
some little time. Meadvillo Mes
When the national bank finds in a
graft hunt that it has mislaid one of
Its ledgers needed for evidence, it
should receive solemn warning not
to mistake itsolf for a beef trust.
Debs says Roosevelt Is "all bluff
and bluster." It will now be Inter
esting to know what tho colonel
thinks of Debs when ho can take a
little tlmo from his mnnifold duties
to removo his cuticle. Franklin
Tho Socialist mayor of Mllwaukeo
was wanting not only in hospitality
toward Col. Roosevelt, but in recog
nition of the fact that ho has taken
more advanced ground In support
of Socialism than nny oi us auvo
cates in the land. Philadelphia Rec
Miss Rebecca Dllworth of Now
York Is visiting hor sister and
Irving Rutledgo and Jamos
Blackwoll mado a trip to Herrlck
Ccntro and Uniondale.
Born, to Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward
Schwo ghofer, n daughter.
Otis Olson of Fosterdalo, N. Y
spont Sunday at tho homo of S. N
A wedding Is reported for Sopt.
William Schweigliofor has pur
chased a small property of H. B
Monington of Cold Springs.
Miss Vera Rutledgo is in Scran
ton, taking music lessons.
Tho W. C. T. U. will hold t
Mother's meeting at tho homo of
Mrs. Amos Rutledgo Saturdoy. All
mothors aro Invited.
M. E. Lavo of Bothany spont last
week with his daughter, Mrs. A. M.
Mrs. Hendricks of Bethel, N. Y
visited at tho homo of J. M. Pol
lock last week.
(Jo to tho county fair Oct. ii, -1,
a una u.
Thunder Storm Docs Datango On
Knst Side Dentil Accident.
A very sovero thunderstorm hit
hero Tuesday afternoon. Tho doublo
house owned by Mrs. Llzzio Simons
on tho cnst sldo of town was struck
and considerable damage dono. Tho
family had somo very narrow es
capes. The roor took ilro and tno
chimney was torn down. Mrs. Her-
mnn Hoffman, who has been criti
cally sick, lives in ono part of tho
house. She was affected by tho
shock nnd was much worso Tucs
Miss Josephine Long of Scranton,
who has been visiting her sister,
Mrs. M. Kelloy, at tho Lackawanna
Mountain houso, Lehigh, has re
Miss Gernldlno Kelloy and Miss
Grace Crooks aro attending tho
State Normal school at Stroudsburg.
The board of trustees of tho Le
high Cemetery association aro hav
ing tho northeast corner of tho
cemetery graded and plotted. It
would 1)0 advisable for lot owners
who contemplate putting In corner
stones to do so now, while stakes
aro In place at each lot. As there
aro only a very fow lots unsold, and
ns land adjoining the cemetery be
longs to tho Ice company and can
not be purchased, a very serious
problem will soon confront the peo
ple as to whero moro land suitable
ifor burial purposes can bo procur
Miss Mary Hager of New York
and her nleco, Marjorle Ellenberger,
and Chester H. Rhodes spont Mon
day with their cousin, Mrs. G. S.
Brow, nt Angels.
News of tho deatli of Fred Ilazer
of Greentown was a shock to his
friends here. Ho died suddenly at
his homo Sunday morning of heart
failure. He retired Saturday night
after a hard day's work, seemingly
in the best of health. The funeral
services were from the Moravian
church, Greentown, Wednesday af
ternoon, Rev. E. Francke officiat
ing. He Is survived by his widow
and five children, who have the sym
pathy of Mr. Hazer's friends in
Gouldsboro, where he was well ac
quainted. Mr. and Mrs. John McAree of
Sunnyside Intend moving to Scranton
A. Bender was home from Hamp
ton for a few days tho first of the
week. His wife, who has been
quite sick, is convalescent.
John Batzel has moved from
Sunnyside ranch to his new home
USWICK & LAKEVILLE.
Mr. Seidel, who has been visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R.
Sanders at Uswick, returned from
a few days' visit at Scranton Labor
day and Sunday, returned to New
York. He was accompanied by his
cousin from New York.
Mrs. Mordwanac and daughter,
Esther, and son, Michael, and the
baby have been visiting friends in
Scranton two days. They returned
Mr. Rohrhuber of Railway, N. J.,
moved to his farm at Uswick Satur
day. Mr.. James of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
moved to his farm at Long pond
Mrs. Mary Pennell and son, How
ard, and daughter, Marllla, of Haw
ley spent the past week with Mrs.
Charles Crane and son, Arthur, at
Mrs. George S. Purdy of Hones
dale camo to Uswick In her auto Fri
day and took Miss C. D. Purdy and
the two Misses Keith to Milford and
Port Jervls, N. Y., and returned the
same day. They had a beautiful
day and a very pleasant trip.
It lias just been learned that little
Elizabeth Locklln pulled a basin of
boiling oatmeal off tho stove, up
setting it over herself and burning
her body very badly. Her father,
Oliver Locklln, who was just recov
ering from typhoid, went out to look
for a girl to help do the work and
now has a relapse and Is again con
fined to tho bed.
C. R. Sanders Is Improving his land
by putting a carload of lime on it.
Ho also is improving the appearance
of his house by painting it.
The Uswick school, also tho Lake
vlllo school, opened Monday.
Miss Minnie Kropp of New York
is tho guest of Emma Schleupner at
Miss Christina Oohlor returned to
New York Monday.
"I say, Blossom, how do you
pronounce C-u-s-t-o-r-i-n?" "Why,
rustoi-lu of course; how elso could
It bo?" "Well, tho doctors pro
nounce It harmless.
A Great Banana Country.
Tho growing of bananas for export
is tho great basic Industry ot Hondu
ras. Tho enormous increaso in to
cent years in the consumption of
bananas and tho fortunes made by
succossful growers mako this a sub
ject of wldo Interest. Tho exports of
this fruit from Centr.il America havo
trebled during tho last ton years and
constitute about SO por cent of all
tho bananas imported Into tho Unltod
Tho banana In Honduras grows wild
In practically all parts of the country
up to an elevation of thrco thousand
feet or moro, but tho Industry of cul
tivating this fruit for oxport is con
fined to the rich, hot lands along tho
north coast and not extending farther
Inland at any point than fifty or sev-enty-flvo
mllos. Puorto Cortos, CelhO;
and Trujlllo aro tho shipping points.
He Had Done Enough.
"Follow cltlzonB," said tho candi
date, "I havo fought against tho In
dians. I have often had no bed but
tho battlefield, no canopy but tho sky.
I havo marched over tho frozen
ground till every stop has boon mark
ed with blood."
Ills story told woll till n drlcd-up
looking voter camo to tho front.
"I'll ho darned If you hain't dono
enough for your country. Go homo
and rest. I'll voto for Uie other fol
low." Success Magazine.
POSTMA8TKH AT ALDHNVILLU.
Who Wants Little Ofllco Tlmt Lust
Year Paid $211?
Tho United States civil service
commission announces that Oct. 8
an examination will bo held al
Promptou as a result of which It Is
expected to mnko certification to fill
a contemplated vacancy In tho posi
tion of fourth-class postmaster of
class B at Aldenvillo, and other va
cancies as thoy may occur at that
office, unless It shall bo decided in
the Interests of tho service to fill tho
vncancy by reinstatement. Tho com
pensation of tho postmaster at this
office was $211 for tho last fiscal
Ago limit, 21 years and over on
the dato of tho examination, with
the exception that in a stnto where
women aro declared by statute to be
of full age for all purposes at 18
years, women 18 years of age on tho
dato of tho examination will bo ad
mitted. Applicants must resldo with
in the territory supplied by tho post
office for which tho examination is
announced. The examination is
open to all citizens of tho United
States who can comply with the re
quirements. Application forms nnd
full information concerning the re
quirements of the examination can
bo secured from tho postmaster at
Aldenville or from tho United States
civil service commission, Washing
ton, D. C.
C. R. Bunting and Paul Cramer
are in Scranton on business.
Dannie Neielc, who Is sick with
pneumonia, is reported on the gain
Mrs. Cella Snediker, wife of J. B
Varcoe, died In Emergency hospi
tal. Carhondale, last week, aged
about 1G. She leaves her husband,
two daughters Mrs. Emma Stanton
of Dundaff and Mrs. Blanch Tolley
of Aldenville two sons Harry and
Cecil at home, her aged mother,
two sisters Mrs. Thomas McGlnnis
of Little Falls, N. Y., and Mrs. Mar
tin Haunstine and three brothers,
Sylvenus Snediker of Aldenville,
Archibald of Prompton and Herbert
E. of this place. She was a mem
ber of the Clinton Center Baptist
church from her early girlhood. Her
body was laid to rest in the ceme
tery by tho church. A large con
course of relatives and neighbors
gathered at her burial, which occur
The Wayne County C. E. society
met with the Clinton Center society
Thursday. A profitable and instruc
tive time was enjoyed by all. Din
ner and supper was served in the
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gardner and
son of Carbondale spent last week
at C. H. Varcoo's
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ross and
daughter of Honesdale aro rusticating
at W. Myron Norton's.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norton and
son, Kirk, of Dalton, spent the week
end at Ridge farm.
Messrs. Bunting and Copperweight
are remodeling their barns and W.
E. Rude is at work on his new barn
on Ridge farm.
Edwin Norton is in attendance at
the Syracuse fair this week.
Miss Augusta Curtis, who has been
in the far West the past three years,
returned hom last week.
W. B. HOLMES, President.
A. T. SEARLE, Vice Pres.
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MAKING ALTOGETHER - - 507,000.00
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It has conducted a growing and successful business for oyer U5 years, serving
an increasing number of customers with iidcelitv and satisfaction.
Its cash funds are protected by MODERN STEEL VAULTS.
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MAY 10, 1910
tST DEPOSITS MAY BE MADE BY MAIL. tsSa
V. 1J. HOLMES
A. T. SKA RLE
T. IS. OLA It K
CHAS. J. SMITH,
II. J. CONOKK,
Having cSosed up our branch
store at Delhi, ft3. Y. we will close
our stock at
HALF PRICE AT OUR
Full lino of Men's, Gents' and Children's cloth
ing and Gents' Furnishings must go to make room
for our large fall stock.
Bregstein Bros., Leading Clothiers,
IN DAMASCUS SEPT. SO.
Wnyno County Sunday School Asso
ciation Suro to Ho Well En
tertained. Tho annual convention of tho
Wnyno County Sundny School asso
ciation comes Frldny, Sept. 30 In
the Methodist church at Damascus,
with sessions at 11 a. m., 2 and
7.30 p. m. Tho call says:
Select two or moro delegates from
your school at once, nnd request
them to remain throughout nil tho
sessions. Freo entertainment will
Please notify Dr. Otto Applcy, Da
mascus, If the delegates from your
school expect to remain over night.
Sunday Bchools are1 requested to
send their pledges and offerings
for tho support of tho county work.
Tho convention will bo aided by
Stato Worker W. D. Reel, Georgo
Clark of Scranton and local speak
ers. Como and aid In the work.
Arrangements are being mado
with Erie Railroad company so that
train leaving Honesdalo at S.25 a.
in. will connect with main line train
at Lackawaxen bo as to reach
Cochecton nbout 10.30 a. m. on
This Is signed by Andrew Thomp
son, president, Myron E. Simons,
treasurer, C. R. Callaway, secretary,
and Rev. J. B. Cody, district super
School opened Sept. 7, with Miss
Sophia C. Blum teacher.
Mrs. Frank Lester and Mrs. Her
bert Tresher of Lookout spent Sat
urday with Mrs. B. A. Brining.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kemp spent
ono day last week at Equlnunk.
Leslie Teeple has sold his farm to
his brother, Depew Teeple. Leslie
Tepplo has moved in the house be
longing to E. Teeple. Wo aro sorry
to lose so good a neighbor, but what
Is Union's loss will be Lookout's
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W. J. WARD, Ass't Cashier
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II. S. SALMON