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THE CITIZEN, AVEDNESIJAY, NOV. 83, 1010.
WITH THE HOME FOLKS
WHAT THEY ARE SAYING AND DOING DOWN WAYNE WAY
Startling Absence of Mrs. Mnrgnrct
Mnlsome Wildly Delirious Since
Her Itetiirn Breezy Hita
Speclnl to Tho CITIZEN.
Sterling, Pa., November 22. Al
though, as usual, ninny tiro not pre
pared for winter, yet the snow stays
on, and it docs appear as If winter
had come to stay.
Yesterday this community was
startled by hearing that Mrs. Margar
et Malsomc, relict of Reuben Mal
some, had left tho house shortly af
ter midnight, very poorly clad, and
left no trace of her departure. All
day long perhaps 20 or 30 men
searched every nook and corner In
which they thought she might be
hiding, but without the least success.
To the surprise of all about 6:30 In
the evening she returned, gave one
scream, and fell senseless. Most of
tho tlmo since her return she has
been unconscious, or wildly delirious,
and certainly sho Is in a very pre
carious condition. Last Sunday she
told a cousin, Robert McLaln, that
sho would never seo him again. Mr.
McLain bid her good-bye, as he was
leaving for the Soldiers' Home at
For the past two years, William
Stevens has been living with his
son, Harry, In Dunmore, and yester
day another son, Wesley, living here
received a telegram that his father
was dying, and, so left for Dunmore.
A. J. Cros3 has been conilned to
his Iip'-sm nil this week, and Improves
Lydla Lcsher has the diphtheria,
in n mild form.
R. A. Smith, Leonard Yates and
Robert Hnfler are hunting in tho
wilds of Pike county.
Olive Simons is visiting her sister,
Ethel, at the Stale Normal School at
Helen Gilpin Is visiting her broth
er, Mason, at Wyoming Seminary.
All of the Sterling school directors,
excepting I. M. Klpp, attended tho
directors' meeting at Honesdalo last
Rev. W. E. Webster has had meet
ings every evening this week, and on
Thursday evening Rov. Mr. Hoffman,
Mndlsonvlllc, kindly preached for
him. Wo are pleased to say that
thero is sonio interest manifested.
Should not nil professing Christians
hnva ns much interest In attending
meetings as they do in attending
James McLaughlin spent many
years living with tho Catterson's, but
on October 25, died at an Insane asy
lum In Philadelphia. He mado a
will on December 14, 1909, but an
only sister is trying to break it. Mrs.
Frank, Philadelphia, nnd son, Wil
liam J., have been summoned to
Philadelphia, to appear next Monday.
Special to The CITIZEN.
Lakevllle, Pa., Nov. 21. Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Woodward, Adcllla,
were the guests of her parents, J. N.
Stephens and wife, on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Seegar were
guests of Mrs. William Clark, at
Paupack, on Sunday.
The L. A. S. met with Mrs. G. L.
James on Wednesdny last. Pro
reeds $2.10. The next meeting will
be held nt tho homo of Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Locklln, on Wednesday, No
Mrs. R. O. Glossengcr, and grand
daughter, Mario Daniels, nro visiting
relatives at WllBonvillo and Haw
ley. William Davis and F. E. Moxley,
of Scranton, aro spending a few
days hero hunting, stopping at It.
Frank Haney recently entertained
friends from Hawley. f
We aro sorry to noto tho serious
Illness of our neighbor, Mrs. J.
SpenBor Danlols returned on Wed
nesday, after spending some time
with friends at Plttston and Scran
Rev. H. T. Purklss was called to
Arlington on Thursday to assist Rev.
R. Lucas In the funeral services of
Mrs. George Rouche, who died on
Tuesday, of apoplexy. Sho leaves
ono son and ono daughter, besides
her much-bereaved husband.
Peter Daniels loft on November
IB for a "dear old deer hunt" In tho
wilds of Pike.
Coo Young, Jr., has Just placed n
lino monument In tho llramnn cemo
tcry In memory of his wlfo and
father. Parties from Honc.-dale did
tho work. .. '
Mrs. O. H. Hraman, Carthage, Is
visiting her parents, Mr?' and Mrs.
A. F. Lauson, for A week,
Mrs. Hattlo Schenck has returned
to Draman to spend tho winter with
her sister, Mrs. Preston Tceple.
B RAMAN AND KELLAM.
Special to The CITIZEN.
Braman and Kellam, Nov. 21.
Mrs. D. M. Stalker and daughter,
Edith, went to Honesdalo last Wed
nesday and will return Saturday.
They will visit her brother, M. Lee
Draman and other relatives at In
John La Forge, W. Engelbrecht,
Staten Island, and Mr. Hiram Conk
Un and Ross Tyler, Galilee, have
been hunting the past week In this
vicinity. Those from Staten Island
returned to their homes last Satur
day. They did not find game very
plentiful but enjoyed the sport and
tho fine air among tho hills of
Wayne county and succeeded in tak
ing a number of rabbits' home with
Old Farms Can bo Mndo New With
Special to Tho CITIZEN.
Steene, Nov. 21. Peter Knay Is
making groat Improvements on tho
old Richardson farm, that ho pur
chased flvo years ago. At the tlmo
of his purchase, flvo cows and a team
was all that could bo wintered from
the produce of the farm. Now Mr.
Knay can winter his team, twenty
cows, and a dozen head of young
stock. This last summer ho found
it necessary to tear down the small
barns and build greater. This goes
to show that old farms can bo made
now with tho right management.
Peter's head Is level.
Tho school directors that missed
the addresses of Judge A. T. Searle
and Attorney F. P. Kimble, last Sat
urday morning at the directors' In
stitute, missed n treat. We think
that there wore a few In attendance
that would liked to have missed
some of tho latter part of Attor
ney Klmhlo's address, but down In
the heart of tho honest director a
still email volte said "Amen."
While chopping wood one day last
week, one of our neighbors, Charles
Hubbard, had tho misfortune of run
ning a stick or small sliver jn his
eye. It Is feared that he will loose
the sight of the Optic. Ho Is con
sulting a specialist at Scranlon this
John Wesley Arnold Is on a busi
ness trip to Carbondalo.
Tho weather being favorable In"
nbout thrco weeks the Bobolink nnd
brother Arthur will wind up tholr
lumber contract with Lumberman
Hollcnback. They wont bo sorry as
they need some rest.
Two of Forest City's sportsmen
took from this section ono day last
week five foxes, a good day's hunt.
It Is reported that another big In
dustry Is In progress for tho citizens,
and farmers hero at Steene, such as
farmers Denny and Wood, have
come to the conclusion that their
autos can bo put to practical uso as
well as pleasure. Thereforo they aro
talking of breaking ground nt tho
corner of Fern avenue and Main
street nnd erecting a lnrgo dry
goods and grocery store. They will
deal In all kinds of farm produce,
from n load of hay down to a dozen
of eggs In exchange for dry goods
and groceries, which will save farm
ers In this section long trips to Way
mart nnd Prompton.
Special to The CITIZEN.
South Sterling, Nov. 22. J. M.
Durke, and Mrs. Wells, Buffalo, have
returned to their home, after spend
ing a week with Dr. Burke's moth
er. Mr. Walton George, Mt. Pocono,
Is the guest of Messrs. G. V. and J.
Mrs. W. H. Osborn and daughter,
Edna, spent tho first part of tho -week
Miss Anna Barnes, who has spent
two months in tho West, has started
on her way home and is visiting at
the home of Dr. Edwin Burke In Chi
cago. James M. Gilpin and, daughter,
Ruth, and son, Burton, spent Thurs
day In Scranton.
Miss Leah Houck and Miss Kate
Simons, started for Virginia Satur
day where they will bo tho guests of
Miss Houck's sister.
Mrs. M. B. Carlton and sons, Ken
neth and Marshal, spent tho week
with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. O.
Mrs. Hnttlo Roocke has returned
to her homo In Philadelphia.
Mrs. Margaret Frlck, of LaAnna,
went to Philadelphia Tuesday to seo
her daughter, Oral, graduate aa a
G. H. Lancaster has gono to Phila
delphia on a business trip.
A. B. Barnes, Dr. R. A. Smith,
Merrltt Smith and son, Clifford, and
Ray Smith have spent this week deer
hunting near Peck's Mill Pond.
Edgar Robacker and wife, Moscow,
aro visiting their parents.
C. W. Akers is on a business trip
BASKKT HALL CHALLENGE.
Tlio Fntlicr McMnnus Basket Ball
TenmH, Dunmore, Would Llko to
Play Honesdale Teams.
Tho Fr. McManus Basket Ball
team, champions of Northeastern
Pennsylvania, would like to play any
team In Honesdale, or any fast team
around Honesdale on any open date
they can give us. Answer through
the columns of tho Scranton Tribune-Republican,
or address Richard
McMahon, core O. S. Johnson Hoso
Tho Fr. McManus Junior Basket
Ball team would like to play any fast
second class team In or around
Honesdalo on any date they can give
us. Answer through the Scranton
Tribune-Republican, or for further
Information write to Bernard S.
Healey, care of O. S. Johnson Hoso
Co., Dunmore, Pa.
Marriage License Record.
Charles T. Swepcnlzer, Huwley.
Jennie M. Williams, llnwley.
Hay O. Bunnell, Honesdale.
Grace L. Bishop. Honesdale.
GREAT OPENING OF
For the sale of the JACOBSON BANKRUPT STOCK of
f JIJ!F B"rl I BUM C 1 Manv Goods will be o fared at less than th3 cost to manufacture. Many
Come early while the assortment is best.
new and desirable goods will also be offered at this sale at very low prices
Trade Mark Eeg. V. & Pit Off.
PRESTO OOLLAK I-ftt. V. 8. Vxj llSulj SO. ltM.
BOYS' SUITS AND OVERCOATS
Boys Overcoats. Valued at $5.00 at $1.95
Boys' Overcoats. Valued at $8.00 at $3.49
Boys' Overcoats, valued at $10.00, at $4.95.
Boys' Knee pants Suits, Plain or Knickerbocker, valued at $2.50 at
Boys' Knee pants Suits, Plain or Knickerbocker, valued at $3.50 at
Boys' Knee pants Suits, Plain or Knickerbocker, valued at $5.00 at
Children's Overcoats, valued at $3.00 at $1.49
Children's Overcoats, valued at $5.00 ot $2.99
Children's Suits, Russian, Eton and Sailor, valued at $2.50 at $1.49
Children's Suits, real value, valued at $5.00 at 2.45,
Youth's Long Pants Suits, Shop Work, value $0.00 at $2.45.
Youth's Long Pants Suits, value $10.00 at $5.98.
Youth's Pants, valuo $2.00 at $.C9
Soft or Neg Shirts, value 50 cents at 29c
Soft or Neg Shirts, valuo $1.00 at 49c
MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS
Men's Overcoats, valuo $6.00 at $3.95
Men's Overcoats, value $10.00 at 4.95
Men's Overcoats, value $12.00 at C98
Men's Reefers, High Storm collar, value $C00 at 2.95
Men'B Ulsters, High Storm collar, valuo $7.00 at 3.95
Men'B Suits valuo $7.00 at 3.95
Men's SultB, value $10.00, at 5.49
Men's Suits, value $12.00, at G.98
Men's Suits, value $18.00, at 9.45
Linen Collars, slightly soiled, per dozen 29c
Rubber Celluloid and water proof collars, four for 25c
Linen Collars, per box 19c
Largo slzo red or blue cotton, handkerchief, 7 for 25c
Arm bands 5c
Hoso supporters, valuo 35 cents, at 19c
White Hemstitched handkerchiefs, per dozen 20c
MEN'S AND HOYS' FURNISHINGS.
Men's Pants, valuo at . $1.75, at 79c
Men's Pants, valuo at $2.00, at 98c
Men's Pants, value at $3.00, at...., $1.29
Boys' Kneo Pants, plain or Knickerbocker, value 35c. at 19c
Boys' Knee Pants, value 50c, at 29c
Boys' Kneo Pants, valuo at 75c, at 39c
Stiff Hats, valuo $2.00, at 9Sc
Soft Hats, value $1,00, at 45c
Boys' Caps, valuo 25c at 13c
Boys' Caps, value 50c, at ' 19c
Grey coat sweaters, valuo 75 cents, at 37c
Grey Coat sweaters, borders or plain, valuo $2.00, at 79c
Fleeced lined underwear, valuo $35c, at 23c
Fleeced lined underwear, valuo 50 cents, at 33c
Double breasted underwear, value $K50, at 79c
Boys' Fleeced lined underwear, valuo 50 cents, at 29c
Infants' underwear, value 25 cents, at 10c
A few ladles' mourning handkerchlofs, valued at 20 cents, at. . .09c
Children's School Handkerchiefs, nlno for 25c
Mens' cotton four-ln-hand ties, valued at 25 cents, at 10c
Men's Shield Bows, valuo 25 cents, at 10c
Work or CanvaBs Qloves, C pair 25c, Boys' Leather Gauntlet Gloves, valuo 60 c at 23c, Odd vests 34 to 37 slzo, value $1.00 at 29c; Men's Overalls and Jumpers, valuo 50c. at 19c; Boys' Overalls and
Jumpers, value 35c. nt 17c; Wool Sox value 35c. at 19c; Cotton Sox 9c; Boys' hoso 9c; Men's Cotton Sox 9c; Men's mixed cotton sox 5c; suspenders 9c. Upright outside show case; counter cigar caso, count
er tea cans.
FLAGG'S CLOTHING HOUSE
903 Main St-, Gramhs Building Opposite D. & H. Station ;