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THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 20, 1010.
VALUABLE NEWS FROM
Important Happenings and Personal Items Contrib
uted by THE CITIZEN'S Corps of Correspondents.
Special to Tho Citizen.
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In Odd Fellows' hall Thursday night
nnd tho Methodists annual men's sup
per Friday night. A tempting menu
has been arranged. Cost of supper
3G cents. There will bo a bazaar In
connection nnd a country grocery
store, the latter a unique affair that
will produce much merriment.
Mrs. Martin Barrett entertained a
guest from Port .lervls during tho
The Young People's society of the
Gormnn Lutheran church celebrated
their 1 Sth annlverslty with speclnl
services In their church Sundny even
ing. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chubb of Cnrbondale
were with licr mother. Mrs. Swingle,
on Keystone street Sunday, the lGth.
The Mnenncrchor society gave a
starlight dnnco In their hall Friday
Mrs. Charles Daniels of Honesdalc
visited friends In town yesterday.
Hew A. It. Pennell, of Washington
vllle, X. Y.. was a mid-week visitor
of his brother, Joseph. .
The Paupack Power company are
having a new roof put on one of
their tenement houses at Wllson
vllle. The store house will next be
repaired. One of these buildings will
be fitted up for nn ofllce. Tormey
& Keary are doing the work.
Mrs. K. Branning, of White Mills,
war calling on friends In town Wed
nesday. Daniel Smith, of Scranton, who
represents a musical firm of that
city, placed two pianos in Hawley
homes Saturday afternoon.
Owing to nn Increase in attend
ance. Dreamland's manager, Mr. Kel
ly. Is having an extension built In
order to be able to seat a greater
number of people at each perform
ance. C. A. Kessler, of Atto, was in town
Next Sunday will be a general
Rally day in tho Methodist church.
Sunday school rally service at 10
a. m., followed by another Blmllar
service at 11 o'clock.
The Protestant congregations will
unite and attend services next Sun
day evening in the Methodist church.
The speaker of tho evening will be an
Simeon Brink, a highly respected
citizen of Palmyra township, whose
home is just outside of the borough
limits, was found dead in bed last
Thursday morning. Mr. Drink was a
veteran of the Civil war, aged 7G
years. The funeral was held at the
house Sunday at 2 p. m. He leaves
a widow, three sons and one daugh
ter to mourn his loss. The daugh
ter has always lived at homo and
Seth, tho oldest son, lives at Haw
ley. John Sossenheimer of Hamlin was
In town on Friday, also E. B. Hollis
ter, Esq., registered at tho Wayne
County House on the same day.
Charles Riddle gave up work at I
the cutting shop on Wednesday on I
account of illness. He Is now some 1
Mildred Rltch, who was so severe
ly Injured at the Erie crossing here
on Oct. 12th, and is now in a hospi
tal at Port Jervls, Is getting along
very nicely and the doctors say will
Several of Hawloy's young people
attended tho dance at Lakevllle on
The Young People's society of the
German Lutheran church will hold
a supper and article sale in the
church bnsement Nov. 30th.
Another nearby delightful occasion
will be the country dance given un
der the direction of Prof. Oschman
In Odd Fellows' hall Thursday night,
Nov. 3rd. There "will be old time
dnnces and prizes will be awarded.
Admission for ladles 25 cents; for
men 35 cents.
Mr3. Mark Creasy entertained the
ladies of tb M. E. Aid society Wed
Mrs. Wesley Plorson was a recent
guest at tho home of Mrs. Marcus
Killam at Paupack.
Rev. B. P. Ripley returned Thurs
day and was greeted with a large
audience In his church Sunday morn
ing. USWICK & LAKEVILLE.
Special to Tho Citizen.
Uswick, Oct. 24. Miss Emma
Relneke, who has been spending a
fow weeks earing for her slster-In-law.
Mrs. William Reineko, Jr., of
Brooklyn, N. Y., returned to tho
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
William Relneke, Sr., at this place
on Tuesday of last week accompanied
by two friends, Miss Connls and Miss
Roberts of New York. The trio
started for Arizona on Saturday
morning where Miss Reineko has a
Rev. A. R. Pennell, of Washlng
tonville, N. Y., visited his relatives
last week, arriving at tho homo of
his brother, F. B. Pennell, at Us
wick Wednesday nftornoon. On
Thursday morning ho called on Mrs.
Charles Pennell and family and also
called on some of his friends and re
turned to tho homo of his brother,
J. S. Pennell, at Hawley on Thursday
afternoon, and on Friday returned
Mrs. Schleupner and daughter,
Mayme, visited Mrs. Myers at Tafton
on Sunday, Oct. lGth.
Miss Mary Schader has obtained
work In Scranton. Sho weut there
Miss Hazel James is now working
for her nunt, Mrs. A. Goblo, and Is
tho assistant postmnstor at Lakevlllo.
Miss Loulso Rohrbackor and Miss
Emma Schleupner of Uswick, went
to Hawloy on Sunday,
Wo loam that John Drake Is now
postmaster at Audell, Mr. Frlsby hav
ing resigned and moved his house
hold goods to tho Dompsoy house at
this placo last week. On Saturday
William Bruscho moved a family In-
NEIGHBORING TOWNS I
to the house vacated by Mr. Prlsby
Miss Maude Locklin went to Pitts-
ton ns delegnto to tho Rebekah con
ventlon from tho Hlldagard Itebekah
lodge at Lnkevllle. Mrs. A. Goblo
They went Wed-
Mrs. Goblo return-
ed on Snturdny.
Raccoons seem to be plentiful In
this vicinity. John Schleupner nnd
son hnvo caught twenty-two this fall.
There was no snlo nt Mr. Bruts
cho's on Saturday.
Arlington Sunday school nttended
tho Unlly day services here on Sun
day afternoon, but owing to tho In
clemency of tho weather Paupack
school failed to attend.
Speclnl to Tho Citizen.
Indinn Orchard, Pn., Oct. 24.
Everyone is enjoying nnd making
good use of this fine fall weather.
While some of the fnrmers report
a good crop of potatoes others re
port them not worth digging.
Plenty of choice apples In some or
chards and but few In other or
chards. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bishop, also
Mr. and Mrs. William Weeks, of
White Mills, spent Saturday and
Sunday with relatives at this place.
John Pcnwarden, of East Hones
dale, was a recent caller at W. H.
Mrs. Lcftwlch entertained her
daughter, Mrs. E. Guthlcl and little
son, Mrs. W. II. Ham and Mrs. Gra
ham and son, of White Mills, on
Mrs. G. H. Ham and daughter,
Mary, spent a few days at White
Mills recently visiting her sister,
Mrs. E. Hlce, and other friends at
Mrs. Louise Case was a welcome
guest nt the home of Mrs. P. L.
Braman the latter part of last week.
U. H. Bayly of East Honesdale,
and Chas. Budd, wife and daughter,
Isabella, of Beach Lake, were
among the callers on Mr. and Mrs.
G. H. Ham on Sunday at:.
Minor Crosby has entered tho
employ of C. Dorflinger. Mrs.
Crosby's health Is reported not very
good; her sister, Maude Smith, is
Mrs. E. F. Rice and daughter,
Helen, recently visited at P. L. Bra
man's. Mrs. Eva Toms and daughter,
Edna, of Honesdale, spent Satur
day and Sunday with her parents,
A. M. Henshaw and wife.
Miss Minnie Onsterhout, of Lib
erty, N. Y., was a recent guest of
her mother, Mrs. H. H. Crosby.
Harold Hall recently entertained
his friend, Joe Maloney, of Scranton.
The L. A. S. will be entertained
at the home of Mrs. II. Marshal for
dinner on Wednesday, Oct. 2G.
Fred Avery, W. E. Avery and
wife, also E. C. Ham and wife were
callers at P. L. Braman's Thursday
Special to The Citizen.
Wayniart, Oct. 24. The Protorl
enn Literary society of the Waymart
High school has purchased a piano
for the school building. On Friday,
Oct. 28th, the society will render the
following program: Song, "Holy,
Holy, Holy"; magazine story, Isaac
Bentham; piano solo, Almah Steph
enson; current event, Leroy Hooper;
Recitation, Louise Walker; Vocal
Duet, Inez Seoly and Mabel Rice;
Recitation, Hazel Dymond; piano
sojo, Margretta Watts; news, Rebah
Fielding; song, "Now the Day is
over." The society has also planned
to have a couple of lectures In tho
Special to The Citizen.
South Canaan, Pa., Oct. 24. Sol.
Curtlss has almost recovered from
his recent Illness.
Rev. E. W. Morrison attended the
Epworth League convention at Scran
ton last week. He also attended
tho Scranton District Ministerial as
sociation held at Clark's Green, Pa.
Revival meetings were conducted
at the East Canaan M. E. church
every night last week by tho Rev.
E. W. Morrison.
Epworth League every Sunday
evening at the East Canaan M. E.
church at 7:30 o'clock, In charge of
tho president, Nelson S. Stuck.
Special to Tho Citizen.
Miss Florence Keesler, oldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Augustus
Keesler, was married to Mr. Edwin
Day, of RHeyvllle, at Bethany, on
Tuesday, Oct. 18th, by tho Rev. J.
B. Cody. They were accompanied by
Howard Keesler, a brother of the
bride, and Miss Emma Abraham, of
Galilee, also by a brother and sister
of tho groom. Tho bride's dress was
a very pretty white lawn trimmed
with lace and Insertion whllo her
travelling suit was dark green with
hat to match. Tho happy couple
spent tho remainder of tho week in
Scranton visiting friendB and rela
tives. Mr. and Mrs. Keesler havo is
sued Invitations to a largo number
of their friends for a reception at
their homo on Monday evening to
meet tho young peoplo on their re.
turn from their wedding trip. We
extend our congratulations to them
Special to Tho Citizen.
Gouldsboro, Pa., Oct. 24. Mr. and
Mrs. Latham , recently entertained
at dinner at their homo on Second
street tho following: Mr. and Mrs
W. II. linger anuVRussoll Hagor, of
Rozollo, N. J., Mrs. A. E. Hagor, of
Taylor, Mrs. H. S. Hagor, Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. Rhodes, S. H. Rhodes,
Chester and Frod Rhodes
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hall enter
tained a number of friends Wednes-
day evonlng, tho occasion being tho
first birthday anniversary of their
daughter, Essie Cornelia. Llttlo Es
sie received a number of vnluablo
gifts. Refreshments were served and
n Very pleasant evening was enjoyed
by tboso present.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II, Foster, of
Honesdale, were Gouldsboro visitors
tho past week.
Mr. nnd Mrs. R. W. Hall of West
End have been cntertntnlng Mr.
Hall's mother, Mrs. C. Hall, and Bis
ter, Mrs. P. Simcrson, of Dunmoro.
Whllo working at tho now dam
being put in by tho Scranton Gns
and Water Company, Howard Lead
or of Lehigh, foil about thirty feet
nnd wns very seriously Injured.
.Mrs. M. E. Smith nnd Mrs. G. A.
Kerllng wore the guests of Mrs.
Helen Smith nt Clifton on Wednes
day. Miss Anna M. Klpp, of Elmhurst,
nnd Allen H. Foley, of Mt. Cobb,
woro united In marrlngo Wednesday,
Oct. 19, Rev. Henry Wnrdcll, of
Dalcvlllc, officiated. Mrs. Foley was
a former Gouldsboro girl nnd her
friends hero extend congratulations.
Robert Wlllard, of Scranton, wns
the guest of bis sister, Mrs. A. Mc
Keol, tho first of tho week.
Penrl, tho llttlo daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Bender, has nppen
dicltis. Sho will bo operated on this
week by Dr. G. A. Kerllng, nt the
Gopplnger Sanitarium In Scranton.
Tho work on the largo dam being
put In by the Scranton Gas and Wa
ter company, at Sunnyslde Lake, has
been progressing quite rapidly; but
received quite a set-bnek on Friday
by a large cave-In caused by quick
Mrs. Jones and daughter, Eliza
beth, of Baltimore, Md., who havo
spent tho summer here, returned
home the last of the week.
Mrs. W. N. Latham wen't to Buffalo
last Friday to visit her son, Leslie
Latham, and brother, Joseph Rhodes.
Charles Achers, of Newfoundland,
was a Gouldsboro visitor the last
of the week.
Mrs. S. Van Busklrk, of Clark's
Summit, was called hero last Friday
by the sickness of her mother, Mrs.
Mrs. William Kessler entertained
a number of ladies at dinner at her
home at Sunnyslde last Thursday.
Mrs. David Stanton, of Sunnyslde,
recent!' entertained a number of la
dies at dinner.
H. D. Smith, of Scranton, has been
spending several days here.
Mrs. G. G. Smith has returned
home from a visit with relatives at
Lewis Fritz moved to Scranton the
last of the week. Frank Lewis of
Clifton moved into his house.
Cards have been received here an
nouncing the birth of a son to Mr.
and Mrs. Tracy Wright of Factory
vllle. Mrs. Wright was a former
Gouldsboro girl, Miss Ethel Smith.
T. Wills is building a new house
at Lehigh Glen.
Mrs. Dierolf spent several days
with friends in Scranton last week.
Mrs. William Matthews, of Klon
dike, is spending some time ,ln
John Shiterle is greatly Improving
his home with paint, etc.
Mrs. Charles TIerney, of Toby-
hanna, spent Thursday with friends
Special to Tho Citizen.
Dreher, Pa., Oct. 24. Absalom
Phillips met with a painful accident
on Tuesday of last week. He was
encaged at picking apples and In
order to have the ladder stand firm,
which he was using, he blocked one
sldo of it up with a small stone. He
climbed from the ladder to a limb
of the tree and when ho got back on
tho ladder tho stone had rolled from
under It and allowed it to tip, throw
lng him to the ground, a distance of
about twelve leet, spraining one
knee, besides a number of other
bruises. He is unable to move and
is undor tho doctor's care.
Mrs. Amelia Graser lost a valuable
hog a fow days ago. It was operat
ed on a short time ago by Thomas
Simons and tho operation did not
prove a success.
John Singer and family havo mov
ed from the Nelson house on tho old
north and south turnpike to Scran
ton. Tho chicken supper, given by tho
Ladles' Aid society, at tho Union
church last Friday evening, was a
real success, financially and other
wise. Tho sum of $15.14 was added
to tho treasury.
Wo neglected to mention in our
last epistle that Raymond, John and
Manila Hause, Maurlco Gilpin and
Rose Angel, wero in attendance at
tho Wayne county fair on Oct. 4th.
John Hazloton and Edgar Cross
trapped a GO-pound cub bear about
10 days ago and disposed of It to
some down county cattle drovers.
Ira Hoffley has returned to tho
homo of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
J. Heftloy. Ho has been employed
for some tlmo at Saranac Lako.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurlco Senrle, of
Now York city, aro guests of Mrs.
Carrlo Voesto and family.
Alfred Walters is doing aulto an
extensive business' in gathering and
shipping ferns and other varieties of
vines nnd leaves, used In the cities
for trimming and decorating. He
has " soveral men employed and Is
shipping to New York city. Mr. Wal
ters is In Sullivan county, Pa at
present looking after his business in
the samo line.
Edward Hay, residing on tho prop
erty of T. H. Gilpin In Dreher, and
William Hoberllng of Greentown,
woro driving a pair of colts a few
days ago, when they suddenly made
a start, throwing both men from tho
wagon, breaking Hay's arm near tho
wrist, and dragging Heborllng for
somo distance, bruising him consid
erably. Bqth men wero pretty well
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Brown, of Eas
ton, woro guests of Mrs. Jnuo Brown
on Oct. 22nd and 23rd.
Mrs. David Hauso Is under tho
enro of Dr. Gilpin, suffering from a
Clydo BurruB had tho first husk
ing bop of tho season last Thursdny
evening, Tho corn crop Is good nnd
wo aro liable to havo more hUBklng
Mrs. James W. Gilpin and daugh
ter, Sioux, both of Greontown, Plko
county, started Oct. 17th for South-
A Young Peoplo's society, Chris
tian Endeavor, hns been orgnnlzed
at tho Union church, with a, mombor
shlp of 2C. Tho following olllcork
have been elected: Mnry Hnuso,
presldontj Allco Cross, secretary and
organist; Hnrvey Crow, treasurer;
Rose Angel, corresponding secretary,
and assistant orgnnlst. Meet every
Mrs. John Nelson, of Scranton,
spent soveral days of last week as tho
guest of Mrs. Jane Brown nnd family.
BRAMAN AND KELLAM.
Special to Tho Citizen.
Braman, Otit. 24. Wo aro having
beautiful weather and tho fnrmers
nro busy gathering apples nnd de
livering them to Hanklns where they
aro shipped by tho carload. Tho
highest price paid Is thirty-eight
cents per ono hundred pounds.
The largest crop of buckwheat wo
havo heard of this year was raised
by D. M. Stalker, four hundred nnd
ninety-four bushels. If there is any
ono in tho county can bent It we
would like to hear from them.
Mrs. Warner Adams nnd two
daughters and Miss Elma White, of
Port Jervls, visited their mother,
Mrs. Mary White, recently.
Mrs. William Lawrence, of Mnta
mora3, spent last Friday and Satur
day at A. F. Lawson's.
Mrs. Mary White Is spending a
week with her dnughter, Mrs. Frank
Barrlager, In Forest City.
Mr. and Mrs. William Adams aro
rejoicing over the arrival of a baby
girl born Oct. 13th. They now have
a nice family, two boys nnd two
Frank Bauncr, an operator near
Susquehanna, is homo with his par
ents for a two weeks' vacation.
Special to Tho Citizen.
Mrs. George Hatiser and Fred
Hauser spent last Sunday at tho FItze
home in Whites Valley.
Edwin Day, of Rlleyville, and Miss
Florence Keesler, of Rutledgedale,
were united in marriage at the manse
Tuesday, Oct. 18th, at 11 o'clock by
Rev. J. B. Cody. There were a few
friends In attendance.
Miss Cody is in Honesdale In at
tendance on Mr. Galvin who under
went an operation for appendicitis
Mrs. Ben Blake has been Indisposed
for the past week with an attack of
acute Indigestion, but Is Improving.
Harry Pethlck, of Hawley, came
Thursday to spend a few days with
his mother, Mrs. Lavlnla Pethlck.
Mrs. L. Pethick spent Sunday In
Mrs. Woods left for New York
Saturday to visit her son.
A week ago Sunday the iron that
holds tho bell in the Presbyterian
steeple broke, and the sexton has
been unable to ring the bell for two
Sundays. It will soon bo heard
Supper will be served at tho home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hauser on Fri
day, October 28. All are invited.
Price, 25 cents.
Mrs. Larkln and Miss Boyd arrived
Saturday evening at the parsonage
and were in attendance at the morn
ing service at the M. E. church. Miss
Boyd preached ono of her plain, good
sermons to a largo congregation
Rev. Signer will take them to Alden-
vllle to hold meetings there for two
Charles W. Sutton has accepted a
position with Martin Caufleld of
Martin Heft has been helping
Mrs. Robert Robertson and Miss
Mattle Strongman moved on Tues
day to their pleasant homo In Hones
dale. Professor Oday and Lawyer Searle
of Honesdale passed through hero on
a hunting expedition Saturday.
Mrs. James Johns, who has been
confined to the houso with a bron
chial affliction, is ablo to be out.
Tho foro part of last week tho
many friends of Mrs. Stames of
Honesdale, mother of J. V. Starnes of
this placo, were alarmed at her seri
ous condition, but we are glad to
hear that sho Is Improving.
William Bodic, of Haines, whoso
sudden death occurred Friday evon
lng, was well known here. His sons,
Josepji and Ernest, live hero. The
funernl will take place Monday af
ternoon at two o'clock, burial In tho
glass factory cemetery.
Mrs. Alvora, of Carbondale, and
Miss Jennings, of Prompton, spent
Friday with Mrs. James Johns.
Special to Tho Citizen.
Mllnnville, Oct. 24. Mr. and Mrs.
X. Williams, of Carbondale, recently
visited Mrs. Helen Skinner of this
Crove and Wayno Seely, of West
Damascus, spent Sunday with Gor
Mrs. Connor, Mrs. Nichols and
Mrs. Charles Beach, of Mllanvlllo,
nnd Mrs. Mnry Apploy, of Damascus,
spent Thursday at Fostordale, N. Y
with Miss Ella Story.
H. G. Carr, of Dunmore, wns a re
cent business caller In town.
H. H. Tyler, of Scranton, is at
present In a sanitarium at Hartford,
Conn. His many acquaintances hopo
ho may bo benefited.
Mrs. W. D. Yorkes spent last week
in Honesdale as tho guest of her son,
W. J. Yerkes.
Miss Florence C. Skinner spent a
part of last week in Honesdnlo as the
guest of her cousin, Mrs. Williams.
Miss Mabel Skinner returned home
Thursday evening, after a delightful
visit nt Hackensack, N. J.
Merlin Illman came homo from
New York last Thursday.
Mrs. L. Mortrldgo has a new piano.
MIbs Bessie E. Skinner leaves this
week for Now York city for nn Indefinite-
Special to Tho. Citizen.
Mr. and Mrs. John IJockqr and
daughter, Edna, aro visiting friends
Anna Walker returned homo on
Saturday after spending a fow days
Mark Swingle, of Ariel, visited at
R. Marshall's on Tuesday ovenlug,
Quito a number from hero attend
ed tho "shoe soclnl" at. tho Arling
ton school house Thursday night. All
report a good time.
, Margaret Marshall visited nt J. F.
Walker's Wedncsdny, Oct. 19th.
John Belcher, of Scrnnton, spent n
few days last week at J. F. Wnlkcr's.
Fred Becker called on Lakevlllo
Ncttlo Kimble visited her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Klinblo, recent
ly. Wnlter and Andrew Van Louren, of
Ariel, called on Centurvllle friends
Ib wns a very rainy day hero on
Ariel, Pa., Oct. 24. Misses Den
sle nnd Dessle Swingle, of Twin
Mnplcs, called on their friend, Miss
Katie Field, who has Just returned
from tho S. D. A. Industrial school
of Tennessee, N. Y. Katie Is a
flno young lady and we arc glad to
see her smiling face In our midst once
Walter Swingle and son, Mark, at
tended the sale at Treslarvllle. Mark
will be the coming auctioneer when
he gets his voice trained. ,
Gray squirrels and phosants begin
to look scared. I wonder why?
Byron Tresler and wife attended
tho funeral of Charles Williams at
Hamlin Thursdny last.
Watch Your Buttermilk! 1
Long Eddy, Pa., Oct. 24. The
family of Walter Keesler, who lives
on Cole's Flat, across tho Delaware
river from Long Eddy, were all pois
oned the fore part of last week from
drinking soured buttermilk and eat
ing cooked stuff that had been made
from tho buttermilk.
One llttlo girl five years old, died
Immediately after drinking the but
termilk, whllo a little boy thirteen'
years old, drank so much of tho
buttermilk that he was only slightly
affected, it acting ns an emetic.
The oldest girl, eight years old, Is 1
now lying at the point of death and
the prospects aro that she will not
recover. The doctor has given 'up all !
hope of saving her. 1
The buttermilk had stood In a tin
milk can, and as it soured the acid
absorbed the load froi.i the can. ;
Different eatables were mcuo vIt'a the
buttermilk, and It wns some tlmo be
fore they knew what caused the
sickness. As a result those that were
sick kept getting worse and !inal!y ,
tho whole family became ill.
Mr. Keesler has the sympathy of
the whole community In bl3 bereave
ment and It is hoped that fife -oiial.:-
ing members of his lami.y a.a,
Wc do good job print':"-; here.
Tho prices are right. Tr.js,ass sieus
nicely done here. Come fa nnd five
up a trial order. Wo will be pleased
to greet you.
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COO 4 0004 -
A bank account Is like a snowbaII--rolI It gently
along and It will get larger (almost without your
noticing It) as the days go by. Like the snowball,
too, the hardest work Is making the first deposit, giv
ing It the first push, after which the Initial Impetus
gains as the ball runs down, the bank account rolls
up. We want to help you with your financial snow
ball. FARMERS and MECHANICS BANK.
IN THE COURTS
fContlnucd from Page Ono.)
At this tlmo tho Jury who were out
In tho caso of Commonwealth vs. Al
len Bodle, on tho chargo of alleged
anftault and battery, brought In tho
verdict that the defendant was found
"not guilty," but ordered to pay four
fliths of the entire costs, and tho
prosecutor, Osmond Neal, one-llfth of
The case of the Commonwealth vs.
Joo Kelly, Lewis Dexter, William
Wright and Oliver Wright was then
taken up. Tho case was tho alleged
taking of beer in Hawley from a car
on July 1. R. M. Salmon, Esq., ad
dressed the Jury. Tho caso wljlch
began late In the morning session was
started, and would likely occupy all
of the afternoon session.
The first witness called was Chaun
coy Tyler, who testified that he was
In Hawley on July 1 around 10 p. m.
After supper at the hotel ho went
down town. Ho started for Taft, laid
doun, wont to sleep. He got to Haw
loy J,uly 1st In the morning.
At this Juncture tho jury in tho
Henry Thompson case brought In a
verdict of guilty on tho second count
of tho indictment, I.e., larceny.
C'hauncey Tyler then testified fur
ther. Lawyer Harmes made several
objections as to tho trial of tho de
ft.i'jttistB on two separate indictments
n o':e time, but was finally overrul
ed oy Judge Searle. Chauncoy Tyler
testified that Harry Klousc broke
open the car. The beer was drank
a q -artor of a mile from the car,
which was standing on tho freight
track In the West Hawley yardc. and
va3 an Erie refrigerator car. Two
.m.h".. of beer were taken. Tyler ad
mitted making a confession before
Squire Ammerman on July 21. Ty
ler said Joo Kelly was not there on
the night the car was broken open,
nor were Ollie Wright or William
Kelly. On July 1, Tyler said he was
In Hawley drinking up to 10 p. m.
Jle had supper at Lewis Dexter's. He
then detailed his movements thnt
evening. Hnrry Klose went Into the
car on the night of June 30. Two
'.Uses were taken out that night. Ty
.tsr . aid he saw H. Klose take hold
of handle of car and open it. Court
artjo'irned until 2 p. m.
CASTOR I A
I Sot Infants and Children.
' fte Kind You Have Always Bought
UY a Wooltex coat
and you will
You take no chances
when you buy a Wool"
tsx garment because
the label is an absolute
guarantee of satisfac
tion through two sea
sons' service. This is
a promise that has
never been broken
and never will be.
Look for the Wooltex
label and feel certain
that style, material and
tailoring are right.
The style was design
ed in Paris, after a close
study of the best models
from all the well-known
Tie store Hat Sails Wooltei.
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