Newspaper Page Text
THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAUCH 1, 1011.
rERESTING SOCIAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS
- OE3STT--A--"W"OX) -
FOH RENT Tho storo occupied by
Flngg's Clothing House, 863 Main
street, Gramhs' Building. The- beat
location In Honesdalo. Inquire at
tho store. lEtf.
FOK KENT 7 rooms and bath, gas
and furnace. G1C Church street.
Inquire at house.
FOH RENT A ten-room house with
all modern Improvements, Includ
ing electric lights, situated on River
etreet. Inquire of Jacob Demcr,
PIANO TUNING W. R. Lewis, ex
pert piano tuner, is at the Hotel
Wayne, local and factory references.
All work guaranteed. Call, "phone or
1 CAN save you money If you are go
ing to buy a farm, building lot,
dwelling, hotel, summer resort,
boarding house or business place.
Consult me before closing a deal. M.
T. Dorin. 17t2
SAMUEL ,T. W1NT, Piano Tuner,
will bo in Honesdale, week begin
ning March Cth. 172
FOR SALE Eggs for setting sin
gle comb White Orphingtons, Kel
lerstrnss Strain, $2.50 per 15 ; White
Pekln Ducks, $1.00 per 11. Chas.
S. Burger, White Mills, Pa. 10t4
VOll SALE Kelly & Stelnman
irlck factory building, including on
lue, boiler and shnftlnc. Inquire of
I. B. Robinson. GOtf.
FOR SALE Large building lot,
most desirable part of East street.
Low price to quick buyer. M. F.
$3,500 buys 430-acro farm about 30
acres clear, tho rest In timber,
good water, house and barn; situate
near White Mills, Pa. Inquire of
W. K. Hittlnger, White Mills, Pa.
S. C. BUFF ORPINGTON'S EGGS for
setting, $1.00 F. B. Lord, Hones
dale, Pa. It
Do you need some printing done?
Come to us. If you need some en
velopes "struck off" come to us.
We use plenty of ink on our jobs.
HONESDALE AND ENVIRONS. 8
Very Reverend William Mourdant
Turneaux, dean of Winchester, Eng
iand, has been entrusted by the Con
rocatlon of Canterbury with the
task of preparing an abridgment of
the Ten Commandments, to be sub
mitted to the Convocation In May.
It is proposed to modify and shorten
tho second, fourth and tenth com
mandments. For Instance, it is prob
able that a recommendation will be
made that the Tenth Commandment
hall read: "Thou shalt not covet."
Harry Goodman, Scranton, trans
acted business in town, Saturday.
Judge Alonzo T. Searle is spend
ing several days in Philadelphia.
John Williams, Scranton,
Saturday in the Maple City.
Quarterly meeting services will he
keld in the Methodist church, Alden
Tille, Sunday, March 5, at 3 o'clock
p. m. Rev. Will H. Hiller, Hones
iale, will preach the sermon.
R. M. Salmon, Esq., has just re
turned from a trip to Bermuda. He
states that the hotels are crowded,
and It is difficult to obtain proper
accomodations at hotels or on steam
ers unless arrangements are made
far in advance.
The women of the First Presbyter
Ian church, Honesdale, have held
twenty-two Martha Washington sup
pers, the first one occurring, Febru
ary 22, 1889. The total proceeds
from this chain of social events
amounts to $11,81G.48 or an average
yer year of $537.0G. Tho high-water
mark was reached in 1908, when
tho net proceeds reached $820.04.
Tyler Hawkins and daughter of
Mount Pleasant, spent Saturday in
The Parish Aid society of Grace
Protestant Enisconal churcn met irn
iay afternoon with Miss Ella Jones
Pitcher Fred Schuerholz leaves for
Washington, D. C, this week where
ho will join the American League
staff of twirlers.
John J. De Muth, Scranton, was
a Saturday business caller In the
A jolly crowd of people from
Beach Lake came to Honesdale, Fri
day, for a sleighrlde, where they
enjoyed dinner at the Hotel Wayne.
Those participating were: Mr. and
Mrs. W. P. Downing, Mrs. W. H.
Dunn, Mrs. II. O. Wood, Mrs. E.
Crosby, Mrs. S. Gregory, Mrs. W. J.
Seymour, Mrs. Delbert Mclntire, Mrs.
W. W. Olver, Mrs. Thomas Trever
ton, Mrs. Mervin Gavitt, Mrs. Wil
liam F. Wood, Mrs. H. D. Wood,
Hrs. Francis Garrett, Mrs. Prower
J. W. Blaes and S. B. Mill, Equl
unk, transacted business in the
Maple City, the first of the week.
Twenty-two Martha Washington
suppers, dating trom February 24,
1889, have netted tho women of the
First Presbyterian church, $11,804.
The profits for 1911 were: Candy
sales, $70; fancy work, $300; sup
pers, $300; or a total of $670.
J. A. Loomls spent the week-end
and Sunday In Scranton.
Invito your friend to church. You
Invite him to your home, you invite
him to your lodge, you Invite him to
your political meetings, your parties
nd your lecture courses and your
entertainments. Why not invite him
to your church? Tell your pastor
to preach a little better and the choir
to sing a little more sweetly next
Sunday and then, invito your friend
to your church homo to worship with
All farm animals, excepting sheep,
showed an Increase in average value
per head on January 1, compared
with their value on that date In
1910, according to the Department of
Agriculture. Mules showed the
greatest Increase In value, It being
$5.78, or $125.62 per head. Values
of other animals were:
Horses, $111.67, an increase of
$3.48; milch cows, $40.49, an ln
trease of $4.70; sheep, $3.73, a de
erease of 35 cents, and swine, $9.35,
an Increase of 21 cents.
The highest and lowest average
Talue per head of farm animals by
States is given as follows:
Horses, highest in Massachusetts
and Rhode Island, $148; lowest In
Now Mexico, $50.
Mules, highest In South Carolina,
$173; lowest in Now Mexico, $82.
Milch cows, highest in New Jer
oy, $53.50; lowest In Alabama, $25.
Sheep, highest In Connecticut,
$5.60; lowest In Mississippi and Lou
Swine, highest in Maine, $13.10;
lowest in Florida, $4.60.
Earnings by the Delaware &. Hud
son Co. during 1910 approximate
$5,300,000, which is equivalent to
12.47 per cent, on $42,501,600 out
standing stock. In 1909 $5,194,840,
or 12.22 per cent., and in 1908 $5,
254,458, or 12.39 per cent., were
earned. The Delaware and Hudson
passed through'a poor railroad year
creditably. Increased gross as well
as increased income available for
dividends should be expected this
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cassidy, Pitts-
ton, are visiting friends in this
Thomas Moore, Mahanoy City, was
a caller in Honesdale on Friday.
Harry Parrish spent Sunday in
Mrs. Herbert Faatz is visiting in
I. E. Roche, Carbondale, is trans
acting business In town.
If the big men of the world could
seo their way clear to devote their
time to tho world's governmental
work, we would have fewer problems
to solve. In the same way, if the
big men of city and village, could
see their way clear to devote their
time to the work of city and vill
age, many of the problems which
confront such places would rapidly
dissolve in an atmosphere of clearer
understanding. Men who will not
take any part in the government of
their respective towns, have no mor
al right to complain if bad or un-business-like
conditions prevail. Lo
cal good government, and the way
to attain it through the co-operation
and guidance of Its practical busi
ness men. Seneca Falls Reveille.
William Eldred Is spending a few
days with relatives In Honesdale.
Rev. E. W. Morrison, pastor of tho
South Canaan and Gravity Metho
dist Episcopal churches, has just
completed a successful conference
year, having added to his charge
upwards of forty new members.
The fourth annual convention of
Pennsylvania Foresters will be held
in the Capitol at Harrisburg Febru
ary 28 and March 1 and 2.
Mrs. P. G. Killian, West Pittston,
spent a few days with her daughter,
Mrs. Nat B. Eggleston.
Friday evening the following
young people enjoyed a sleighrlde to
Waymart and attended a dance at
Plerson's hall: Elizabeth Lowe, Mae
McGraw, Gertrude Duff, Florence
Polt, Elizabeth Mauer, Regina Mur
ray, Allco Duff, Elizabeth Polt, Anna
Mater. Helen Brady, Irving Krieoer,
Edward Butler, Joseph Carr, Robert
Mauer, Frank Mang, John Pony,
Lewis Mackley, Henry Tuch, Wil
A. E. Kellogg, Winwood, trans
acted business In town, Monday.
George M. Dibble, Winwood, was
a Monday business caller In Hones
Miss Erva Johnson, Syracuse,
spent the week-end In Honesdale.
J. C. Barrett, Mlddletown, was a
business caller In tho Maple City Sat
urday. Seelyvllle Flro company held a
masquerade dance Monday evening.
Floyd Barry returned to Hones
dale last Thursday for a visit.
Frank Mang, Prompton, was a
caller In Hawley Saturday and Sun
day. Henry Qulnlan, Honesdale, .spent
Sunday with friends In Scranton.
Rev. J. B. Cody, Bethany, was
able to attend to his charges Sun
day, after an Illness.
The Ladles' Aid society of Texas,
No. 4, held a most successful mas
querade ball Monday evening, Feb
Mr, and Mrs. Fred W. Kreltner
spent Sunday with relatives In Scranton.
Tho late Richard H. Brown car
ried $12,000 life insurance.
Sergeant E. P. Varcoe, of Com
pany E, Inst .ursday hoisted a ilve
foot flag on tho new Armory build
ing. Miss Mary Warren spent the week
end and Sunday with her parents in
Special services will be held at
Damascus Baptist church, Wednes
day, March 1, and all day, Thursday,
March 2. Rev. Mr. Smalley, medical
missionary to India, and Rev. E. H.
McEwen will speak. Everybody' In
vited. Wilbur Cody Is seriously 111 at the
homo of his parents, Rev. and Mrs.
J. B. Cody, Bethany.
Among the list of cases for argu
ment from Wayne county before the
Superior court, sitting at Scranton,
Monday. March ti, laii, is mo. u,
Wm. J. Ramble. Appellant, vs. Penn
sylvania Coal Co., Appeal and Cert.
C. P. Wayne county. Attorneys: !.
P. Kimble, Homer Greene, O. L.
County Detective N. B. Spencer
took Walter Klink, a young glass
cutter of Palmyra township, aged
21 vears. who went Insane several
days ago, to Danville Insane Asylum,
Mr. and Mrs. John Erk spent sev
eral days In Scranton this week.
Tho Rev. Dr. George Edward Reed,
president of Dickinson College, Car
lisle, Pa., in an address to the board
of trustees of the college, at their
semi-annual meeting In Philadel
phia, recently, said that it was his
intention to resign as head of the
Institution on or before the com
mencement in June. He asked that
a committee of seven be selected to
appoint his successor. Doctor Reed's
announcement that ho wished to re
sign was received .with profound re
gret by the trustees present. He
said that while he did not want it
understood that he wished to retire
from active life, he felt that the
duties as president of such a large
Institution had become too burden
some for a man or his years, anu ne
would prefer to be relieved of them.
With the commencement in June,
Dr. Reed will complete his twenty-
second year as president of Dickin
son college. He will continue a
trustee of the institution. A succes
sor has not been considered. The
committee of seven named to select
a successor will meet In a few
B. H. Wetherly, New York, spent
the latter part of last week with
Charles P. Searle, Esq., North Main
Henry S. Allison, formerly editor
of tho Calllcoon Democrat, died last
Sunday at his home In Wlllowemoc,
Miles C. Rowland, Kimble, Pike
county, has entered as a candidate
for county treasurer, says the Mllford
Albert II. Mitchell has returned to
Stroudsburg, after spending a few
days with his mother, Mrs. Samuel
The attraction at the Lyric for
Tuesday, Wednesday and lhursday
evenings of this weoic is tne greai
New York Hippodrome Animal Act,
"Luken's Lions." Six Hons partici
pate in this big act and will be per
sonally directed by J. Glase, the
noted Now York Hippodrome Lion
and Bear Trainer. The act will be
run In connection with' the usual
moving picture performances and
will take place once each evening at
8:15. The admission win tie mc
owing to the enormous expense
necessary to bring this large animal
act to Honesdale.
A basket ball game will be played
Friday night between tho Honesdale
and Dunmore High school team at
8 o'clock, In Honesdale.
Harry Reury left Saturday for
Easton where he has secured cm
ployment in tho Myersol works of
Tho cast of characters In "A Trip
to the Moon," presented under di
rection of J. G. Hoffman was as fol
lows: Peter Piper, the weather man
from Mars, Tom Charlesworth; Of
ficer O'Flynn, chief of the Rome po
lice force, John Carroll; Tom, a re
porter, J. A. Bodle, Jr.; Teddy, a
bootblack, F. S. Wilson; The old
cow, Farington Burhardt, Michael
Sledge; Old woman who lives In the
shoe, Leon 'Hagamann; Dorothy, in
love with Tom, Blanch Pearce;
Gladys, a seminary girl, Elsa Jacob;
Phyllis, Jane Hagamann; Daughter
of the regiment, Lactea Hawken;
Goddess of liberty, Jane Hagamann;
Grandfather, Anna Galvln; Grand
mother, Janet Canlvan; Peasants:
Hilda Dunn, E. Krantz, Elsa Jacob,
Mamie Gerry, Anna Reardon, Fran
ces Prosch. Sailors: Dorothy weir,
Margaret O'Brien, Mario Weir, Mabel
Beck, Gertrude Prosch, Mary Rlxton.
News Boys: Robert Dorin, Franklin
Bishop, William Qulnlin, Francis
McGraw. Charles Hartman, Dutch
Specialty: Clare Dunn, Frances Hig
gins, Marguerite Reignar, Dolores
RIckert, Isabel Doney, Marjorie
Ward Elmer Gray, Alfred Kreltner,
James O'Hea, Louis Krietner, John
Glenn, Leo Connolly. Minuet Girls
Marjorio Smith, Soloist; Ruth Gris
wold, Ruth Spencer, Margaret Hart
man, Louise Tolley, Grace Dunlap,
Helen McGulre, Marlon Connolly;
Policeman, James O'Hea; Dutchmen,
Elmer Gray, John Glenn; Dude, Leo
Connolly. London Chappies: Flor
ence Eldred, Lettle Green, Mary Hlg
glns, Florence Smith, Charlotte
Lane, Margaret Charlesworth, Mar
garet Reardon, Dorthy Deln, Luclle
Rowland, Hattie Smith. Bootblacks:
R. J. Bracey, George Ripple, Ernest
Dudley, Louis Korb, George Ripple,
Earl Ham, Clarence Green.
Tho neglect to keep gutters open
on Main street caused several side
walks to be Hooded Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sands, Hawley,
wore callers in town, on Saturdny.
Miss Allco Gobhardt, Wllliamsport,
is being entertained nt the home of
Mr. and Mrs. G. William Sell, on
THE CITIZEN Bermuda party will
leave Honesdale in the early part of
Miss Marie Lighthiser spent sever
al days last week with Carbondale
Miss Besslo Tompkins spent Sun
day in Carbondale as the guest of
Miss Harriet Emmctt.
Dr. A. C. Volgt, Hawley,
Monday in tho Maple City.
Now that It has been definitely set
tled that the primaries, for this year
April. Tho trip will take fourteen at least will bo held at the regular
days. Owing to tho increased travel i time, in June, instead of postponing
this season tho steamers and hotels until September, as was at first
are taxed to tho utmost during Feb-1 thought on account of pending legls
ruaryand March by people who ar-i lation at Harrisburg, politics in
ranged months ahead. Following is Wayne county, has taken on a new
the Itinerary: lease of life, and many are the an-
First day Leave Honesdalo for nouncements coming to tne suriace
Second day Leave for Bermuda.
Third day At sea.
Fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eight,
ninth and tenth days at Bermuda.
Eleventh Leave Bermuda.
Twelfth At sea.
Thirteenth Arrive In New York.
Fourteenth At home. (
This Includes: First-class travel
tickets; meals and berth on steam
ers; hotel accommodations, as per
itinerary; carriage drive to Gibb s
Lighthouse; carriage drive to St.
George's; admission to Devil's hole;
admission to Crystal Cave; steamer
trip to Coral Reefs; admission to
Aquarium; fees (tipping enroute);
services of conductor.
Llwellyn Norris, Port Jervis, is
spending a few days as the guest of
Mrs. Julia Baumann, Fourteenth
H. N. Haas, soliciting D. & H.
freight agent, Scranton, under G. E.
Bates, division passenger and freight
agent, has been made traveling
freight agent. His new promotion
Is due to his faithfulness and energy
In furthering the Interests of his
Sirs. Charles S. Penwarden assist
ed the Methodist choir In the music
on Sunday evening.
Helen Oschofskl has pneumonia at
her home on West street. Miss Ward
Is caring for her.
J. C. Smith, was a business caller
In Scranton and Carbondale last Sat
urday. Orin Noble, who is a clerk in tho
Internal Revenue office, Scranton,
.spent Saturday and Sunday with
friends in Honesdale.
William II. Olson moved his bar
ber fixtures from tho shop on Sev
enth street to the new shop in Lib
erty hall building, Monday.
Born, a son, to Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Regan, of Spring street, Sat
James F. Drake, Hawley, was a
business caller In Honesdale on Sat
urday. Tho population of Milford, Pike
county, according to the thirteenth
census, Is S72, a loss of 12 In the
last ten years. The population of
Matamoras is 1388.
Louis Smithinir. district suiiGrtn-
I tendent of tho Bell Telephone com
pany, spent Sunday with Mrs. Smith
ing in Scranton. Mr. and Mrs.
Smithing expect to make Honesdale
their permanent home, and will come
hero next week.
Miss Helen Fowler, Scranton, is
visiting her mother on .North Main
Mrs. Ernest Edler and son, Goulds
boro, are visiting relatives in the
Miss Margaret Greene returned to
her studies at St. Agnes School, Al
bany, N. Y on Mondav morning.
Frank Kelly, Jersey City, is visit
ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Jas
Kelly on Church street.
Miss Julia Loomls returned to De
posit on Monday after a week's visit
at Hotel Wayne.
Thomas Finnerty returned Satur
day evening from a two months'
Southern trip In tho Interest of T,
B. Clark & Co.
C. W. Dorfllnger returned Satur
day from a few days' stay In iew
William Foster, Gouldsboro, is
spending a few days with Honesdalo
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. E. A. Lindsay on Friday last,
George Foster, Scranton, spent
Sunday with relatives here.
of men who will "allow the use of
their names" at the coming event.
Dr. nnd Mrs. C. R. Brady and her
mother, Mrs. Coe Durland, left Tues
dny morning for Atlantic City where
they will remain until March 10.
H BROADWAY and nth ST.
til NEW YCrtK CITY
Within eay acesai rf tvrv point of m
Urcjt. , Half block fron Wf nairiUr's.
r,0.";;!iu, wells of Shopping Ditn-.t.
NOTED FOR: Excellence of cum e.
comfortable appointments, courteous
kervtce ana homelike surrounding.
Rooms $1.00 per day and uu
With privilege ol Bath
51.50 per day and up
Table d'Hote Breakfast - SOo
WM. TAYLOR & SON, Ino.
So Docs Soro Throat, Bronchitis,
Croup ami Asthma.
You can easily tell by reading the
symptoms below, whether you have
catarrh or not:
Offensive breath, frequent sneez
Ing. discharge from the nose, stop'
page of the nose, husklncss of the
voice, tickling In throat, droppings
in throat, a cough, pain In chest, loss
of strength, variable appetite, spasms
of coughing, low spirited at times
raising of mucus, dilllculty in bream
lng. loss of vital force.
G. W. Pell has a sensible remedy
(money back If It falls) for catarrh
called HYOMBI (pronounced 'High
o-me) which Is a vaporized air, so
antiseptic, that when it is breathed
over tho inflamed and germ-lnfestod
membrane. It kills all germ life,
gives relief In two minutes, and
The price, Including hard rubber
pocket Inhaler, Is only $1.00. The
Inhaler will last a lifetime, so that
should you need a second bottle of
HYOMEI, you can get It for 50
$1 starts an account. Are you' with us?
Courteous Treatment Assured
COMPARATIVE GROWTH :
June 1st, 1907
Nov. 7th, 1910
M. K. SIMONS, Pres. J. E. TIFFANY, Vice Pres.
C. A. EMERY, Cashier.
M. 1!. Allen, George C. Abraham. J. Ham llrowu, Of car K. llunnell
Wm. II. Dunn. V. M. l'owler. V. II. Uulnniu, John K. Krantz. Kred.
W. Kreltner. John Kuhbach, O. Wm. Sell, M. E. Simons. Fred.
Stevens, George W. Tisdcll, J. 15. TWanj. John Weaver.
WHERE LOW PRICES PREVAIL
at FLAGG'S CLOTHING HOUSE
863 Main St. Grambs Building;.
No Over Coats or Winter Goods to be carried over if low
prices will sell them.
.Men's $8.00 Overcoats at $:t.0.
Men's ? 12.00 Overcoats at .".OS
Men's $15.00 Overcoats at 7.05
Youth's $10.00 Overcoats at , ii.l5
Boys' $3.00 Overcoats at 1.2i
Boys' Odd Vests, 3Q to !!C size 25c
Men's Sweaters, value 75 cents 35c
FLAGG'S CLOTHING HOUSE
863 Main St.
OPPOSITE the D, & H. R. R. STATION.
you are a Bell subscriber
say to the operator "TELEGRAM"
and she will, connect you with an office of the
Western Union, Telegraph Co.
which' will immediately transmit your telegram,
night letter or cablegram.'.
'Bills for telegrams will be included on
your regular monthly telephone bill.
At nielii. nn Sundavi or holiday, when the local
telegraph office may be closed, the regular charge for
telegrams will be made. she uell i-ompany
will connect iU subscribers with an open West-J
ern Union office without additional charge.
1 Telegram, night letter
and cablegrams may be tent'
and paid for from Public
Telephones. Public tele
phone agents in charge will
explain the method
i F ill 1