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THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, AIMlIIi 28, 1011.
TOU SALE One spring tooth har
row in good condition. Low price.
Honesdale Golf Club. 33t2
eillNA, BRICABRAC, stationery,
candy, cigars, tobacco and notions
at tlio store of Subs Alamo Igo, U53
Main street, Honcsdale. 33t2
FOH SALE Ono B-foot Baw with U
Inch inserted teeth, one 3 foot 8
inch solid saw V Inch thick, both In
good condition. Also engines, boil
ers, etc., for saw mill and other
ases. CHAS. V. TOUHILL, Scran
ton, Pa. 31tG.
THOROUGHBRED White Leghorn
eggs for hatching. Watorvlllo
strain. Eggs 5 cents a piece. Wil
liam Hortel, Box No. 4, White .Mills.
'BEAM HARNESS, light, single and
double harness and all kinds of
horse goods at MURRAY CO.,
FOR SALE Six-room cottage with
small orchard, located in village.
Edw. O. Bang, So. Canaan, Pa. 23tf
HAVE YOU SEEN the now Walter
A. Wood Sulky Plow? Be sure and
see it if you are interested In a
low. MURRAY CO., Honesdale,
SPRAYERS, Lime-sulphur, Pyrox
and all spraying supplies at Mur
ray Co., Honesdale, Pa. 3H3
FOU SALE Kelly & Stelnraan
rlck factory building, including en
gine, boiler and shafting. Inquire of
J. B. Robinson. 50tf.
BARGEST STOCK and greatest va
riety . of wagons ever shown In
Wayne county now ready for your
Inspection at the MURRAY CO.,
Honesdale, Pa. 31t3.
FOR RENT Six rooms with bath on
second floor, also 3 rooms down
stairs. 1231 Spring street. 34tf.
TO RENT 7-room cement house on
East Extension street. Hot and
sold water, bath and closet. Gas
and furnace. Inquire of Graham
FOR RENT Pleasant rooms, ten
minutes walk from postofllce.
Clark's Farm, 329 Cliff street. It.
FOR RENT A modern house and
Improvements with garden on
West street. Inquire Joshua A
FOR RENT Five rooms and bath
on second floor, 1019 Court street.
Inquire Bentley Brothers. tf.
BATTLE WANTED to ' pasture.
Clark's Farm, 329 Cliff street. It
WANTED Woman to work in
laundry. Inquire at Allen House.
ALL REPAIR WORK finished up-to-date
In all our different branches.
Sommer, Jeweler and Optician. 30tf
FOR A ?1 PURCHASE the holder of
this ticket is entitled to a chance
n the ?350 Cabinet Grand Piano dis
played at the notion store of Miss
Uame Igo, 953 Main street, Hones
INVENTORY of our repair depart
ment shows 23G finished jobs wait
ing to be called for. Sommer, Jewe
ler and Optician. 30tf.
MR. WINT, the piano tuner, will bo
in Honesdale week beginning May
1. Drop a card to Hotel Wayne. 33t2
THREE experienced workmen at the
bench daily. All repairs finished
at the shortest notice. Sommer,
Jeweler and Optician. 30tf
SHOE SHINING PARLORS Con
ducted by George M. Barry, Hotel
Wayne. Give me a call. I will
tleaso you. 34t2
The East Honesdale Juniors
will challenge any team under fif
teen. Fifty small boys and girls will
take part in the Alerts May polo
dance. May 1.
P. Russell Dunn, the sweet
Toiced boy singer of Scranton, will
te an extra attraction at the base
kail minBtrels this (Thursday) even
big. Rev. Albert L. Whittaker, rec
tor of Grace P. E. church, Hones
dale, delivered an address Wednes
day evening In St. Mark's church,
Dunmore, before the spring meeting
f the Scranton archdeaconry.
In St. Mary Magdalena's R. C.
hurch Wednesday Rev. Father J.
W. Balta married two Honesdale
couple. The first ceremony, that of
John Wasman and Miss Mary
Brauch was solemnized at 7 a. m.
while at 1:4C p. m. Thomas Brown
nd Miss Vera Mull was wedded.
Jimmy Ferris, Scranton, was in
Honesdale Wednesday negotiating
with Manager Ross of the locals, for
the appearanco here at an early
date of the Scranton Seml-profes-nional
team. This team Is made up
of some of the best amateur and
semi-professional players In the val
ley and promises a very strong line
up. Ferris, former state leaguer, and
Jimmy Moran, formorly of Hones
dale, are members of the team. It
Is probable that they will appear here
for two games on Memorial Day.
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Services at Grace church, April
30, 10:30 a. in. and 7:30 p. m.;
Sunday school at 12 M.
Rev. A. L. Whittaker will hold
service at the Whlto Mills church,
Sunday at 3 p. m. All are Invited.
St. Phllomena's Rollof society
mot Wednesday evening with Mrs.
Thos. McKenna, Court street, as
Miss Jennie Hngaman will sing
one or two selections before tho lec
ture on Friday evening at the High
C. E. Bates, traveling freight
and passenger agent for the D. &
H. R. R., wns a Thursday business
caller In Honesdale.
Keep clean-up week by having
an papers removed from the street
and gutter In front of your residence
and place of business.
ine w. t. u. will bold a
meeting Tuesday evening, May 2, at
Mrs. Fred Keeno's, Dyberry Place,
subject, "Medical Temperance
Bernard M. Rlfkln, Wilkes
Barre, will deliver an Illustrated lec
ture on the care of trees at tho High
school Friday, April 28. Admission
Marriages licenses wore issued
Tuesday to John G. Wasman and
Miss Mary J. Brauch, Honesdale,
and to Thomas A. Brown and Miss
Vera D. Moll, Honesdale.
A class of eleven candidates
were Initiated by the Eagles at their
regular monthly meeting, Monday
evening, when for the first time they
occupied their now hall at 20"C Sev
The German Catholic club will
entertain their friends at a dance
In their hall on Church street Wed
nesday evening, May 3. Sonner's
orchestra will furnish tho music for
The E. O. Ward old homestead
In Bethany was sold this week to
John Smith, the Bethany milkman.
Consideration, $1200. Tho sale was
made through the Dorln Real Es
The Dyberry Baptist church will
be opened for services on Sunday
afternoon next, April 30, at 2:30
o'clock. Services will be held In this
church each alternate week until
further notice. Rev. Geo. S. Wen
dell will be in charge
Hermann Neugobauer, a glass
engraver of Seelyvlllo, Tuesday, April
25, made application for naturaliza
tion. He was born in Einsiedel, Aus
tria, and emigrated to America, Sep
tember 2G, 1905. Carl F. Prosch
and George R. Rlppel are tho wit
nesses. "Sherry," the Honesdale pitcher
was given a show In the game at
Philadelphia Tuesday when tho
Washlngtons went down to defeat at
the hands of the Athletics to the tune
of 11 to 2. ,To his credit, be It said,
that he scored two str'lko-outs, which
is going some.
Honesrlalo'R Kpnnml nrmn.il
clean-up week May 1st to Gth, 1911.
wnai is ciean-up weeKY It Is a prac
tical, concerted movement for a
cleaner, healthier and more attrac
tive town and will 1)B Hllpnnfiil In
just such a degree as the town's
resiaenis uecome actively interested.
On Friday evening, May 5, the
pupils of Honesdale public schools
will give their annual entertain
ment. Three Hlirh Rnhnnl r-lrla will
recite, one of the number being Mar
garet Charlesworth, who so ably rep
resented Honesdale In tho Triangu
lar contest. There will be several
Rev. Albnrf I. WlilUnW ro..
tor Of Gracn P. R. flmrr.li Tlnnoo.
dale, who was elected commissioner
among tne dear, succeeding Bishop
Rogers Israel, formerly rector of St.
Luko's narlsli. Snrnntnn. nt tho moot.
Ing of the spring session of the Arch
deaconry of Scranton In St. Mark's
"uumuro, weuuesuay nignt ueilvor
ed a stronir mlflross nr. "Tim Pini..
Hsh Bible as a Factor In Tho Spirit
ual uue or tne isngiiBii Speaking
People." Rev. Mr. Whlttakor's ad
dress received the hearty commenda
tion of Bishop Talbot when tho lat
ter rose to speak. Mr. Whittaker
spoiie in pari as iohows:
"In this day of unused Bibles, we
do not realize the mighty spiritual
effect upon the English peoplo of
the sacred volume which came to
them as the very voice of God to
awake them out of sleep, which by
stout-hearted Puritans was carried
over the perilous sea to New Eng
land shores and throughout these
United States. Its effect upon the
political life of these two worlds has
been most marked. It has steeled
men's hearts to battle for the right,
for liberty, equality of opportunity
and justice. With their Bibles the
men of the middle classes of Eng
land marched into battle for free
dom, as a little earlier the soldiers
of Gustavus Adolphus, using their
Bibles for their pillow by night and
their Inspiration by day, saved Pro
testantism in Europe.
"At uunnymede tho barons of Eng
land wrested from an unwilling king
privileges for their own order. The
battles of Marston Moor and Naseby
were fought by soldiers whoso cap
tains and generals had preached to
them out of the English Bible, and
they were fighting for civil liberty.
This was tho spirit which having caf-rlod-
men across tho sea for con
science's sake, set up the New Eng
land town meeting, that fruitful
germ of Democracy, and when tyr
anny, overmuch oppressed, tore men
from the pursuits of peaco and the
bosoms of devoted families to die
upon the battlefield.
The influenco of tho English Bible
is seen in that great Revolutionary
struggle from the prayers In tho still
of the night by George Washington,
commander-in-chief of tho Conti
nental army and lay reader in the
Church of England."
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A petition has been filed by i
Maggie A. Hurd, Toxas township, I
for the appointment of a commission I
in lunacy to Inquire Into the circum
stances relative to tho Insanity of ,
her son, Loyal L. Hurd. Chester A.
Garratt, Esq., P. B. Nielsen, M. D.,
W. L. Burnard, Honesdale, were ap
pointed a commission.
George Hettinger, aged twenty-i
live years, a farmer of Hawley, was ,
taken to the State hospital Wednes
day suffering from a fractured leg. '
He was driving to town with farm
truck when one of the horses became i
frightened at a passing street car. :
Hettinger fell from his seat and had
I1I3 leg fractured. I
The reception tendered the
Catechumens Wednesday evening at
the Lutheran parsonage was an un
qualified success In all Its dimen
sions. Tho house was beautifully
decorated for the occasion, the col
ors being pink, white and yellow.
Palms, ferns and cut flowers placed
with rare taste enhanced tho beauty
of the sceno. The program consist
ed of vocal and Instrumental mu
sic and a number of new and in
teresting games which afforded much
amusement. At ton o'clock, to tho
strains of a spirited march, played
by Master Franklin Miller, the
guests marched to the dining room
where, on two tables handsomely
decorated with smilax and cut flow
ers, was spread a feast of consid
erable variety. Those present were:
Charles Reichenbacher, Howard
Blebas, Lowis Breyer, George Light
hlser, Clias. Crist, John Salber, Ed
ward Bergman, Raymond Glohrer,
Frieda Bauer, Raymond Dlrlam,
Alta C. Moran, Elizabeth Salber,
Josephine Seitz, Alta E. Bates,
Unnan Gioseke, Herman Hader,
Earl Rlefler, Norman RIefler, Anna
Horst, Otto Dlrlam, Albert Allen
lader, Efllo Ulbrecht, Cora Lus
tenader. A handsome cut glass wa
ter service was presented to Pastor
Miller by the class. Mrs. C. C. Mil
ler assisted by Mrs. William Crist,
served dainty refreshments.
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R. T. Whitney, Scranton, was In
town on business Wednesday.
S. H. Hanklns, Binghamton, N.
Y is In town on business this week.
Helen Matthews, Plttston, is visit
ing friends and relatives In Hones
dale. Mrs. A. G. Loomls has returned
from ' a visit with relatives In De
posit. .Mrs. A. T. Searle Is spending sev
eral days this week in New York
Marcey Truscott returned last
week from an extended western
Mrs. E. E. Billings, Equlnunk,
called on friends in the .Maple City,
Hon. E. B. Hardenbergh left
Tuesday morning on a business trip
John Weaver attended the funer
al Thursday at , Carbondale of me'
late Carl Uoesslngcr.
Judge Alonzo T. Searle went to
Montrose Wednesday where he will
hear arguments in a case of equity.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Welles,
Scranton, spent Sunday In town as
the guests of Mrs. Grahamo, Park
Miss Augusta Hartman, Main
street, fell and severely sprained her
left arm at the skating rink several
Miss Eva L. Wilson, daughter of
Judge Henry Wilson, returned Tues
day night from nn extended trip to
L. H. Watres, Esq., Scranton, was
a Monday caller In the Maple City.
Jas. Miller spent Sunday with his
family In Waymart.
F. P. Woodward, the well-known
newspaper man, is confined to his
home at Hoadleys suffering from a
severe attack of the grip.
J. B. Olver, Omaha, Nebraska, who
has been spending the past six
months with relatives and friends In
Wnvno nnnnfv loft fnr l.lc linmo
Thursday, accompanied by J. Bf
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Her Splendid Economy.
Their dinner for two cost $15, but
tho man's wife argued that in the
end it was economy to dine at an ex
pensive restaurant because It gave
her a chance to study the fashions.
"If wo ate In somo cheap place
patronized only by dowdlly dressed
women," she said, "I would have to
hire an expensive woman to design
my new dresses, but by eating here
I get a chance to study the clothes
worn by women of position and can
design my own gowns."
. That sounded convincing. There
was no blessing on earth, the man
reflected, equal to an economical,
managing wife, and ho settled tho
bill with comparative cheerfulness.
Three weeks later ho was given an
other bill to settle. That called for
"What is this for?" ho demanded.
"Oh," she replied, 'that Is the cost
of a dross I copied In tho restaurant
the other night." New York Sun.
Special to The Citizen.
HAWLEY, Ph., April 27. Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Oschmann returned
home on Tuesday from Brooklyn
where they were called to attend the
funeral of Mr. Oschmann's mother
which was held on Friday last. Tho
body was cremated the same day.
Irene Brehm, East Hawley, re
turned on Sunday from a weok's so
journ at Port Jervls. She attended
the wedding of her cousin last Wed
nesday. Mrs. Anna Swingle, Keystone
street, whose illness we previously
mentioned, Is still In a dangerous
Mrs. Bott does not improve as rap
Idly as Is wished by her friends. Miss
Lou KUlam is caring for her.
August Weuman held the lucky
number that won him tho handsome
$40 brass bedstead giving by Dream
land's managers Monday night.
Miss Schlnger, Scranton, arrived
on Tuesday for an extended visit
with relatives In town,
Miss Vina Chamberlain, whllo at
Port Jervls after attending the fun
eral of her cousin, Elmer Westfall,
nn Erie engineer of tho Delaware di
vision, who was crushed to death
while switching in the Port Jervls
yard, fell down a flight of steps,
breaking her collar bono. Miss
Chamberlain was brought home on
W. B. Wetbrook nnd Samuel Ven
ule, Jr., wore doing business In
Hawley Tuesday, also Charles Fris
ble, Lakevllle, was looking after his
Charles Strouss, New York City,
Is at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. C.
W. .1. Kcesler, Tafton, who had a
hard siego of sickness during tho win
ter, Is still In delicate health and as
soon as strong enough he will go to
the sea shore.
Dr. F. P. Cook has returned from
his trip to Florida.
Insurance Agent Ray Wall, who
has been conducting tho business In
the office on Maplo avenue, occupied
by the late Daniel Bingham, will on
May 1 move Into rooms In the Na
tional Bank building on Main ave
nue. Miss Frances Reilly and Kathryn
Cawley have just returned from a
week's visit at Scranton.
Fifteen of our merchants have
signed an agreement to close their
places of business at 6:30 during
the summer excepting .Monday and
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A now ii. F. D. route No. 2 will
be established from Gravity June 1.
It will accommodate about eighty
families living in parts of Canaan,
Cherry Ridge, South Canaan and
Lake townships. Clemo and Pink
postofllces will then be abandoned.
A list of tho patrons is as follows:
Josephine Upright, A. M. Spangen
berg, L. T. Smith, Mrs. Chas. Swin
gle, Jessup Brooks, Cortland Brooks,
Chas. Brooks, Samuel Brooks, Jas.
Swingle, Charles Theobald, Sr., B. F.
Box. J. J. Nolan, William Schneider,
J. F. Nolan, D. J. Golden, John D.
Box, P. F. Theobald, A. S. Klrby,
Frank Sheik, W. H. Bldwell, John J.
Brown, Clemo Real Estate Co., M. E.
Spangenberg, Delbort Spangenberg,
W. H. Perry, Loron Enslin, Frank
Chapman, Mrs. C. Foote, D. J. Perry,
Andrew Seely, W. D. Curtis, Mrs.
Ellen CurtlB, R. W. McStraw, E. E.
Jones, Fred Brundage, P. A. Wells,
B. G. Ely, E. R. Vnndervort, I. M.
Curtis, Samuel Elston, L. F. Curtis,
Wayne Farm, Harry Hallock, Abe
Lesher, Will J. Swingle, R. P. Jones,
Homer Jones, V. A. Jones, G. S.
Stinnard, George Tisdel, Eugene
Quintin, George W. Osborn, Richard
Enslin, Albert Shaffer. Chas. H.
Stearnos, Marshall Lamberton, C. M.
Cox, Isaiah Shaffer, W. A. Collins, J.
E. .Masters, Henry Ilnynes, F. M.
Shaffer, Nesblt Shaffer, C. A. Masters,
Henry Shaffer, Frank Maines, I. W.
Shaffer, Alice Sampson, A. W. Shaf
fer, E. H. Corey, Theodore Shaffer,
.II. F. Wllmot, George W. Wllmot,
W. F. Hughoy, E. B. Bundy, Mrs. E,
M. Stinnard, John Latourctto, N. J.
Stevens, Wesley Seely, Delbert Shaf
fer, E. E. Shaffer, Horace Butler.
MAKE THIS TEST.
How to Toll if Your Hair Is Diseased.
. Even If you have a luxuriant head
of hair you may -want to know whether
It )s in a healthy condition or not.
98 per cent of the people need a hair
Pull a hair out of your head; if the
bulb at the end of tho root is white
and shrunken, it proves that the hair
is diseased, and requires prompt treat
ment If Us loss would be avoided. If
the bulb Is pink nnd full, the hair Is
We want every one whose hair re
quires treatment to try Resell "93"
Hair Tonic. We promise that It shall
not cost anything if It docs not give
satisfactory results. It is designed to
overcome dandruff, relieve scalp irri
tation, to stimulate the hair roots,
tighten the hair already In the head,
grow hair and cure baldness.
It is because of what Rexall
"93" Hair Tonic has done and our
sincere faith In Its goodness that
we want you to try It at our
risk. Two sizes, 50c. and $1.00. Sold
only at our store The Rexall Store.
A. M. LEINE.
Friday, May 5
8 P. M.
Champion High School Reciter of
Wayne County will recite
Mrs. Caudles' Lecture
MOTHER GOOSE & CO.
.'. POPULAR FOLK DANCES .'.
ADMISSION - - 25c.
School Children - 10c.
Seats reserved without extra charge
at Chambers' Drug Store on or after
Thursday, May 4.
Mrs. James Fenncgan, Equlnunk,
spent Wednesday In Honesdaje.
William McDonald, Charles and
Julia McDonald nttonded the funeral
of Mrs. Daniel Duhigg and month
old son at Scranton, Monday after
noon. Mrs. Mertd Sweeloy nnd children,
who have been visiting her sister,
Mrs. G. William Soil, Elovonth
street, left Thursday morning for
their home In Upper Montclalr, N.
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pal and accrued income.
The House Furnishing Department is Complete wltfi
the New Goods from the Manufacturer.
in all sizes made can be had in the Best Designs and Colorings.
Quality and Value Leads and Satisfies.
more to be desired than in any year are bright, soft and harmon
ious in blendings
Window and Door Curtains and
are all that heart and eye can wish, Design and Sha ling very ar
tistic and captivating
The FBoor Coverings
in Mattings and Linoleums are just the thing for the coming
Spring and Summer use. Clean, healthful and cool.
in all grades and standard sizes on hand. Special measurements
made to order and best goods furnished.
Room fftf3ouBdengsg Pi ail e Ralls
and Bead finish in many new styles and colors.
Select your goods early and secure the best before stocks are
broken up in many patterns and styles.
MFNNFR ft ft Urn Une Ink
Tuning and Rebuilding
All work done in factory-like manner. Satisfac
tion guaranteed or no pay received.
Temporary headquarters at HOTEL WAYNE
Both 'phones. Home address, Owego, N. Y. High-grade local references.
Will visit Honesdale as often as business demands.
The Marsh Child's Lullaby
(A Song of the Meadows.)
Words by - FREDERICK BRUSH
Music by - FRANK A. JENKINS
FOR SALE AT
F. A. JENKINS MUSIC HOUSE, HONESDALE.
Is tho place whore you can save your money as now Is tho time. Spring
styles are ready. The best styles of the season for Men's, Boys' and Chil
Remember we have 250 Men's Suits all up-to-date,
worth $15, $16, $18 and $20 we sell for
the next 10 days at
So come early ana seo for yourself. Watch our windows and see the
A full lino of Youths' Suits from ?4 to $10; Children's Suits from
$1.50 up to ?8.
Men's underwear D. N. D. Balbrlggan Porosltnlt neckwear to suit
everybody. Full lino of dress shirts, collars, Knox hats and caps, also
trunks, dress suit cases, hand bags, as now is tho tlmo overybody can
use a full lino of Gents' Furnlshlnc Goods, Remember the place.
COTTAGES AND CAMPS.
Preceding the Issue of the D. & 11.
Summer hotel and boardlng-houso
booklet, known far nnd wide ns "A
Summer Paradise," the Passenger
Department has complied a list of
cottages for rent In the territory
reached by tho D. & H. While this
first edition Is necessarily far from
complete, It contains Information of
great value to any person desiring a
summer home. Copies mailed free
by A. A. Heard, G. P. A., Albany.
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of the estates of your minor chil
dren. It has the very best facilities
for the profitable and wise invest
ment and re investment of the princi
- The Scranton Trust Co.
510 Spruce Street.