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THE CITIZEN, KR'DAY, DUO. 2.1, 11)10.
A WORD COLUMN I
ANTIQUE Hrass, Copper and Stiver
Jnidlnlers, two ounce liftBkots nnd 1
t'nndlcotlcks from Russia, Englnnd
utid Franco. At Petersen's. 100t2 '
FOU screens go to Urown's Furnl-i
turo store. j
GUUCIF1X, Rosnrys, Crucifix with j
cnndle sticks and water fount in
cold. SOMMER, Tho Jowcler. !)9t4 1
THINKING about getting some fan
cy rockers? See Urown's.
FOR LEATHER AND WOOD-SKAT
dining chairs call at Urown's fur
niture store. J9t3
MESH HAS, all sizes. SOMMEH, I
Tho Jeweler. Ut4 ,
FOU TDK 1JEST tree holders go to'
KUW HALL HACKS at Urown's
Furniture Store. S'JVi
FOU LADIES' DUSK bo to Urown's'
Furnituro store. 99t3
WATCHUS Ladles' and Gent's gold .
filled, silver and nlckle. All
aakes; rellablo time-keepers. SOM
MER, Tho Jeweler. 99t4
ET AN EXTENSION TABLE at
Urown's Furniture store. 99t3
FOU SALE OU HENT One-story
factory building 125 by 75 feet.
Covered with Century (lire proof)
shingles. Now steam heating plant.
200 feet of shafting and 2 motors.
Apply the Hcrbeck-Demer Co. tf
BUY A CHINA CLOSET at Urown's '
Furniture store. 99t3
FOUNTAIN PENS, gold, pearl and'
silver mounted. SOMMER, Tho
A 11UFFET? Get It at Brown's
furnituro store. 99t3
FOU THE UEST and cheapest tree
holders go to Erk Bros. 10U2
COMB sets with Uarrette to match.
all shades. SOMMEIt, The Jew
SEE THE BEAUTIFUL PENDANTS
in our window. One hung on a
slender gold or silver chain makes an
ideal gift for your sweetheart or sis
ter. C. Petersen. l?t2
MAIL, telegraph or telephone or
ders promptly filled. SOMMEU,
Tho Jeweler. 99t4.
CASH paid for old gold and silver
or In exchange for Christmas
gifts, SOMMEIt. The Jeweler. 99-4
FOU HENT 7 rooms and bath', gas
and furnace. C1G Church street.
Inquire at house. , .
All GOODS bought engraved . free..
SOMMEU, The Jeweler. 99t4.
JfOIl' COUCHES go to Urown's, Fur
niture store 99 13
NUHSES' Watches, gold filled and
gun metal, guaranteed. SOM
MEU, The Jeweler. 99t4.
FOU SALE Kelly & Steinmnn
brick factory building, including en
giue, boiler and shafting. Inquire of
J. B. Robinson. 50tf.
DID VOU SEE THE CHIFFONIEHS
at nrown's Furniture store. !at3
BEAUTIFUL genuine French en
ameled, hand-painted Jewelry.
SOMMER, Tho Jeweler. 99t4.
SEND to your friends who aro
away from home, a copy of "In
Dear Old Wayne." Jenkins' Music
UEDROOM SUITS'.' Yes, wo have
them. Urown's Furniture store.
NEW PARLOR SUITS at Urown's
Furnituro Store. 99t3
JLATTHESSES, Pillows, and springs,
of the best, at Urown's Furniture
DIAMOND Jewelry of every dis
cription. SOMMEH, The Jew
NICE SHIRT WAIST BOXES for
Xmas gifts at Urown's Furniture
CLOCKS, 400-day Chimes, Crystal,
Mission, Cuckoo, Gold, Sliver, and
Old Brass. SOMMER, Tho Jejveler.
SEE THE PARLOR STANDS at
Urown's Furnituro store. 99t3.
PHOTOGRAPHS made by December
20 will be finished for ChrlstmaB.
Come now. Bodle, Photographer.
A NEW LINE OF Music Cabinets at
Urown's Furnituro Store, noiii
STERLING SILVEH toilet, mani
cure, writing, sewing and bodkin
seta. SOMMEU, Tho Jeweler. 99t4
LADIES' and Gent's gold and sil
ver mounted umbrellas. SOM
MER, Tho Jeweler. 9Ut4.
WANTED A girl wanted for gener
al housework. Apply to Mrs. C.
II Dorillnger, White Mills, Pa.
SOUVENIRS of Honesdalo High
-Tho Honesdalo National Bank
will observe Christmas Day by clos
ing Monday, December 2G.
"Probably tho most needed oc
cupation nowadays is up-to-date
farmers," remarked a Honesdalo
man to a CITIZEN reportor last
Wednesday. And we have them, in
Wayno county, too.
Tho Rlleyvino L. T. L. Dramatic
Club will produce tho temperance
drama, "Out In the Streets," at tho
Calkins church Friday evening, Doc.
30. Specialties will bo Introduced be
tween tho acts. Curtain rises at 8
o'clock. Admission, children 15
cents, adults 25 cents.
John Congdon has scoured tho
contract for painting tho now Ann
pry. Mrs. Isaac Formnn, 157 Cottago
struct, Is confined to her bed by a
sevoro nttack of tho grip.
Charles A. McCnrty, Esq., was
elected director of llonesdale Dlmo
Dank to BUccced William II. Krnntz,
The Scelyvlllo Ilnsket Hall Team
Friday night, December 23, In tho
High School Gymnasium, will ploy
tho Honesdalo High School Five.
Pleasant Valley Grange will hold
election of olllcors Friday evening,
December 23. All members aro re
quested to be present. Refreshments
will bo served.
. A Plirlatmna llnnnn will ln linlil
nt Lyric iheatro Hall, Mondny even-
ing, December 20. Music by Free
man's orchestra. Admission 25
cents each. Dancing from 9 p. m. to
1 n. in.
George Daniels ct ux. to Kimblo
Lumber Company, all tho timber nnd
wood on what Is known as tho "Ueck
Cutting", in Lackawaxen township.
Consideration ?100. Term, 3 years.
Dated December 5, 1910.
Dr. Alan J. Smith, dean of the
medical department of the University
of Pennsylvania, has accepted an in-
vitatlon to make an address at tho
annual reception of the Lackawanna
County Club of tho U. of P. to bo
held In St. Luke's Parish house,
Scranton, December 27.
The request of Rev. William
' Usher to be relieved of his pastorate
as stated supply of tho Unlondale
and Mt. Pleasant churches will be
acted upon nt a special meeting of
the Presbytery of Lackawanna, Fri
day, January 6, at 2 p. m. in tho
First Presbyterian church, Wllkes
Barre. Our carriers are paid weekly for
delivering THE CITIZEN to tho
homes of subscribers, and conse
quently the management has not
been in the habit of issuing any holi
day calendars. If however any ono
feels inclined to remember them, at
this season, wo aro sure they will not
object In tho least.
The ministers and committee
men from tho various churches In
terested in the holiday of union re
vival services in the Honesdalo
churches are requested to meet Mon
dny afternoon, at 4 o'clock, in the
Presbyterian Chapel. The week of
prayer, which occurs the first week
In January, will be celebrated during
the second week of that month, be
cause the business men will he busy
taking account of stock right after
New i ear s.
The program of the Wayne
County Farmers' Institute to bo
held under the auspices of the De
partment of Agriculture of Pennsyl
vania to be held In llonesdale Court
House, Thursday, December 29, with
morning, afternoon and evening ses
sions Is herewith appended. The
exercises will be public, no collec
tions will be taken and everybody is
invited. W. E. Perham, Pleasant
ML, Pa., is chairman of the Hoard
of Institute Managers for Wayne
county. Tho program:
. Thursday Morning. Dec. -29.
10:00 Tho Clover Question, S.
Paul woodman, Hushland, Pa.
Alfalfa, M. H. McCollum, Werners-
1:15 Poultry, Uuslness Side, J. T.
Campbell, Ilartstown, Pa.
Profitable Dairying, S. Paul
Value of Home Experiments, M. H.
7:30 What of Future on Farm,
M. H. McCollum.
The Farm of Life, J. T. Camp
bell. The members of the Local Com
mittee are: George Erk, Frank
Mang, John Male, C. C. Gray, F. W.
Stephens, 4 II. Thompson, W. J.
Hacker, Mi F. Crimmins, E. L.
Uates, W. II. Urunlg. John Fritz, W.
H. Karslake, H. E. Ballon, Chas. O.
Blake, Georgo Rose.
In Pierson's Hall, Waymart,
Pa., Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec.
27 and 28, a Farmers' Institute will
bo held. The program Is as follows:
Tuesday, Afternoon, Dec. 27.
1:15 Opening Exercises.
Profitable Dnirylng, S. Paul Wood
man, Rushland, Pa.
Poultry Houses and Fixtures, J.
T. Campbell, Ilartstown, Pa.
Value of Home Experiments, M. II.
McCollum, Wernersvillo, Pa.
Tho Farmer's Orchard as a Source
of Pleasure and Profit, S. Paul
Woodman, Hushland, Pa.
Poultry Foods and Feeding, J. T.
Campbell, Ilartstown, Pa.
Plant Food Economy, M. II. Mc
Collum, Wernersvllle, Pa.
Wednesday Morning,' Dec. 28.
9:00 Poultry, the Business Side,
J. T. Campbell, Ilartstown, Pa.
Essentials for Success with the
Potato, M. II. McCollum, Werners
Economical Uso and Care of Barn
yard Manure, S. Paul Woodman.
Alfalfa. M. II. McCollum.
Poultry Lice, Gaps and Diseases,
J. T. Campbell, Ilartstown. Pa.
Tho Clover Question, S. Paul
What of tho Futuro on tho Farm,
M. H. McCollum, Wernersvllle, Pa.
Peaches, How to Grow Them, S.
Paul Woodman, Rushland, Pa.
Tho Farm of Llfo, J. T. Camp
hell. The Local Committee consists of
R. M. Hull, William Jaynes, J. N.
Edwards, W. II. Carponter, A. C.
Leo, Chas. Spewak, P. A. Drako, C.
W. Mannlck. .
Tho Music Committees: Prof. W.
D. Watklns, II. B. Ostondorf, Mrs.
N. J. Lang.
Location of Institutes: Waymart,
Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 27-28;
Honosdalo, Thursday, Dec. 29; Ariel,
Friday and Saturday, Dec. 30-31;
Sterling, Monday and Tuesday, Jan.
John E. Bnrrct, editor of tho
Scranton Truth, has been named as
Scranton'H postmaster by President I
Adam Schncffor, a popular cm-1
ployco at the Hotel Wayne, loft Wed
nesday for Ilnwley. Mr. Schaoffor Is
planning to onter tho Odd Fellows'
Homo nt Phlladolphla.
.Mrs. Clark, 'wife of Clark, tho
Scranton florist, fell and broke her
arm on Tuesday whilo getting off a
trolley car In Scrnnton. Mrs. Clnrk
Is a native of Mt. Pleasant.
'Tho congregation of tho Cold
Spring Presbyterian church will hoid
an oyster suppor, Thursday oveiiing,
I December 29. The proceeds will bo
applied to the pastor's salary.
Henry Shuppor, a popular em
ploye of J. Sam Brown, wns tendered
n postal shower, Tuesday, 200 of his
Honesdalo friends remembering that
It was his sixty-sixth birthday. '
A Christmas Cantnta, entitled
"Santa Claus In Sluinherland" will
bo given by tho Whlto Mills M. E.
Sunday school, at tho Woodman's
Hall, Saturday evening, December
Cal. Kennedy, Niagara, brought
to Honesdalo Tuesday, Mcsdamos
Lester Kennedy, Vem Peck, John
Perham, and Airs. Fowler on a
Christmas shopping expedition which
Included the Sunday school presents.
On Tuesday a four-year-old
child of Mrs. Bessie Downing, of
Beachlake, underwent an operation
for club foot nt tho olllco of Dr.
Ely on Court street. The operation
was performed by Drs. Smith and
Ely, assisted by Miss Kathcryn Hnt
tler, and was successful.
Superintendent of mason work
Adam Schrocder, Superintendent of
carpenter work, Captain John Huff,
Conrad Schrocder, Dale Sniffer, m. t .
Shifter, William McMullen, Jacob F.
Schroeder, who aro employed by
Woelkers and Blellman, Scranton, on
the Armory Job, will spend Christ
mas in Scranton.
Bregsteln Bros., clothiers and
gents' furnishers, had an unusually
good trade. Success Is duo to the
fact that they take advantage of tho
clothing trade's many good offer
ings and with ready cash purchase
the very best quality of goods, tak
ing advantage of all tho discounts
offered. They add a very reasonable
profit to their purchases and the re
sult Is the buyer or consumer, gets
the benefit of n good quality of goods
at a price as low as most of the other
concerns aro compelled to pay for
their stock. It pays to look their
goods and prices over.
The order of services at
Methodist Episcopal church, Dec,
1910, is as follows:
Prelude "Tho Golden Sceptre,"
Mr. Paul Sonner and Organ.
Hymn No. 718.
Anthem "Sound over all Waters,"
Ott'ertory, "Simple Aveu," F. Thome.
Mr. Sonner and Organ.
Hymn No. 112."
Ladles' Quartette "At Midnight,"
Mrs. W. T. Butler, Miss Amy Clark,
Mrs. C. F. Bullock, Mrs. T. A.
Address "Naming of the Babe,"
Pastor, Rev. W. ri. Hlller.
Solo "Mary's Manger Song,"
Miss Amy Clark.
Address "God With Us."
Rev. W. H. Hlller.
Solo "Hall the Wondrous Strang-
C. J. Dibble.
Address "The Joy Bringer."
Rev. W. II. Hlller.
Anthem "Joy To the World,"
Mr. Sonner nnd organ.
Prelude "Christmas Prolude."
Mr. Sonner and Orgnn.
Anthem "Joy To the World."
Hymn No. 123.
Anthem "Tho Hills of Palestine."
Solo "Tho Song of Ages."
Dr. George C. Butler with Violin
Mr. Sonner and organ.
Male Quartette "Worship the New'
Born King," Lorenz.
Messrs. Tolley, Haywnrd, Butler
Hymn No. 109.
Sermon "The Gift,"
Rev. W. II. Hlller.
Hymn No. 180.
Mr. Sonner with Organ.
(Mrs. N. J. Spencer, Organist)
Tho annual meeting of stock
holders of MilanvIUo Brldgo Com'
pnny will be hold at tho olllco of Mr.
T. J. Fromer on Monday, Jan. 2
1911. at ten o'clock.
CHAS. E. BEACH.
James Burko, Carbondnlo, was a
business caller In town, Wednesday,
Dr. and Mrs, Otto Apply, Damas
cus, registered at tho Allen House,
Miss Anna Ward, Scranton, will
spend Xmas nt tho homo of hor par
Anmia R'uvvor Vnw 'Vni'lr tolll
spend Sunday nnd Monday at his
Miss Graco Gory Is expected homo
Saturday to spend Xmas at tho homo
of her parents.
Daniel Faatz is assisting at tho
Wells-Fargo Expross olllco during
tho holiday rush.
M. Morenus loft Wednesday to
spond Christmas with his family in
Ulnghamton, N. Y.
E. B. Callaway, ono of THE HER
ALD staff, spont n few hours In
Scranton Saturday last.
Miss Nelllo Brown, of Wynluslng,
Is visiting In town.
Miss Mnrlo Fround, of Smith Col
lege Is homo to spend the holidays.
Mrs. Hobort Lyman, Scrnnton, j
spent Tuesday with Mrs. O. L. How
laud. Frank Knight, Scranton, la a guest
nt tho homo of his slstor, Mrs. J. F.
Coleman, of Church Btrcet.
Wlllinm Woisor, Philadelphia, Is
passing two weeks with his brother
and sisters on West street.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Holl, Ter
race street, aro rejoicing over tho
ndvont Wednesday, of a boy.
Giles Green and Robert Monner,
of Ynlo Collcgo, aro homo to pass
the holidays with their parents.
Rny Urown, Lafayette College, ar
rived Wednesday ovenlng to pass tho
Xmas vacation with his parents.
Ralph Urown arrived from Lnfay
etto College, Tuesday evening to
spend the holidays at his homo hero.
Misses Olive and Flosslo Hryant
aro expected this ovenlng to enjoy
the holiday vacation at their home
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Coleman, Ny
ack, N. Y., will spend Christmas as
the guests of Mr. anil Mrs. Georgo
Coe Seralnltzor and William
Fround, of tho University of Penn
sylvania, aro expected this evening
on their Xmas vacation.
Austin Lyons and Reuben Brown
arrive this evening from the Univer
sity of Michigan to spend the holi
day with their parents hero.
Mr. and Mrs. William II. Lee and
daughters, Ethel and ,Loulse, will
spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs.
James G. Wentz, at WIlkes-Barro.
Miss Elizabeth Coleman, who has
been spending several weeks at tho
home of her cousin, Miss Grace Bell,
Scranton, has returned home.
Mrs. William P. Feenoy and
daughter. Katharine, of Bowling
Green, O., who are visiting tho form
er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Ryan, of Carbondalo, aro expected in
Honesdalo this week.
Miss Vera Coleman, Nyack, N. Y.,
will spend Christmas as the guest of
Mr. and .Mrs. William H. Hawken.
George and Floyd Coleman, Nyack,
N. i ., will be Xmas guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles L. Bassett.
Homer Greeno and daughter, Miss
Margaret Greene, are expected
home from Albany, N. Y., to-night
(Thursday). Miss Greeno Is con
valescing rapidly from a. recent se
vere operation for appendicitis.
Mrs. 'lhomas Key and daughter,
Bessie, Wilkes-Barre, are spending
tho holidays with Mrs. Key's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Hawken
North Main street. Mr. Key will
Join his family the latter part of the
Mr. C. W. Dorillnger has taken his
English guest, Mr. Green, to New
YOrk, where they are staying at the
Hotel Wolcott. Mr. Dorflinger and
Mr. Green went to hear Mine. Tren
tin! in "Naughty Manrlctta" Tuesday
(Concinued From Pago One.)
ring and a gold watch are sure to
go to this district.
Miss Alice Ward 19075
Miss Mary Gilchrist 18S00
Miss Dorothy Henderson ....1G300
Miss Susie McGraw 18350
Miss Carrie Lloyd 17750
Miss Viola Allen 19050
Miss Genevieve Leonard ....15750
Miss Louisa Lynch 17850
Miss Estella McAvoy 18S00
Miss Blanche Blako 18875
Miss Grace Monaglihn 17800
Miss Elizabeth Kelly 18700
Miss Adelaide Watson 19025
Miss Mae Flynn 18800
Miss Alma Guttoff 17950
Miss Mabel E. Waidler 1CS75
DISTRICT NO. 4.
This Includes Prompton and Way
mart Boroughs, Chorry Ridge, Can
aan, South Canaan, Lako, Salem,
Sterling, Drehor and Lehigh town
ships. A tour of Bermuda, a diamond
ring and a gold watch aro sure to
go to this district.
Miss Olive Lockwood 19250
Miss Margaret Spry 18900
Miss Ruth Inch 18850
Miss Cora Miller, R D 2 17800
Mrs. Orpha Swlnglo 19150
Miss Elsie M. Howo 18C50
Miss Emma Bates 19050
Miss Leoln M. Smith 14550
Miss Grnco Dowllng -...18875
Miss Annaboll Wright 1S500
Miss Lullela Cross 19075
Miss Laura A. Gilpin 1CG50
Miss Frances Richardson .... 19025
Miss Maudo Smith 17150
Miss Ella Ehrhardt 19250
Mrs. Frank Waltz 19050
Miss Cora Alt 18875
Miss Agnes E. Bcahen 1GG2G
First Baptist Church, corner of
Twolfth nnd Church streets, Geo. S.
Wondoll, minister. Services will bo
held as usual at 10:30 p. m. and
7:30 n. m. Bible school will convene
at 11:45 n. m. Young People's meet
ing at 0:30 p. m. Strangers nlwayB
welcome to all services.
St. John'a Evangelical Luthoran
church--Rev. C. C. Miller, pnstor.
Christmas Sunday. Th6 morning
service In Gorman nt 10:30 n. m.
Sundny school Immediately after
wards. English evening services nt
7:30 p. m.
Central Methodist Episcopal
church, Will H. Hlller, pastor, ser
vices Sunday, December 25. See
First Presbyterian church, corner
Church and Tenth street, Rev. W. II.
Swift, D. D., pastor. Services at
10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sundny
school 12 M. Special Christmas ser
viced both morning nnd ovenlng. Tho
Sundny school Christmas entertain
ment' will bo given In tho Chapol on
Tuesday evening, December 27.
Grnco Episcopal church Rev.
Albert L. Whlttaker, rector. Roy.
A. L. Whlttaker will hold services at
Whlto Mills on Christmas morning at
8:30, consisting of Holy Communion
and sermon. Other services at usual
St. John's Roman Catholic, Ter
race St., Rev. T. M. Hanley, rector.
Rev. E. Burke, assistant rector.
St. Mary Magdalen's, corner of
Church and Fifth streets. Rev. J.
W. Bnlta, D. D., rector. Christmas
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
V. & A. M. No. iil8.
Free and Accepted Masons, Hones-
dale lodge, elected officers on Thurs
day evening, December 16, as fol
lows: Master, N. Frank Fralley; sen
ior warden, Irving B. Brown; Junior
warden, Dr. L. B. Nielsen; treasurer,
J. D. Weston; secretary, W. W.
Baker; trustees, N F Fralley, I. B.
Brown, L. B. Nielsen; representative
to grand lodge, Asa E. Bryant.
BtNJ. h. d;ttkh;ii, aim and manager
Xmas Dec. 26. ASS
The Mcrrv, Musical Melange
AND A BIG COMPANY OF
40 People, Mostly Girls
New Songs, and Catchy Music
Prices: 25, 35, 50 and 75c.
Scat Sale opens at the Box olllee at 9 A.
M., Saturday, Dcc.lNtli.
(Lfye Christmas Cfyeer
Mill Soon be Ibeve
P1NAKDS, ROGERS AND aATiLETT AND P1VERS EXTRACTS.
TOILET POWDERS. TOILET WATERS.
Special Lot of Manicure Goods
NAIL SCISSORS, BUFFERS, POLISHERS, VOILES AND CUTICLE SCIS
SORS. PERFUMES s Domestic and Imported
FINE ASSORTMENT OF TOILET SOAPS
The Appolo Distinctive Chocolates
HOT AND COLD SODA ON TAP.
PERCY L. COLE,
There will bo two good plays at
tho Lyric next week.
KLfi, ii. r iiR f i
Wednesday Dec. 28th.
One Performance Only
English Players with
"The Passing of the
Third Floor Back"
Direct from the Kritln Season In Now
i ork A t.orul. in. Knslnnd.
.Over ljav Performances In America
PRICES: 35.50, 75,$1&$I.5Q
Sent Sale opens at the Box Office
at U a. m. Tuesday Dec. 27tli.
UR CIGARS and
PIPES were not
made merely to sell
at Xmas but made to
smoke and give sat
isfaction. rt!inHrH brands
from Old Estab- Jl-
nsnea Houses uuar
Quality, and we sell
them as low as prices
in the open market
Cigars and Pipes
assures you perfect
R W. Schuerholz
THE CIGAR MAN.
Splendid Assortment :
Useful and Sensible
COME AND HAVE A LOOK
AT OUR GOODS
Iff For MEN,
h WOMEN and
U J CHILDREN