The citizen. (Honesdale, Pa.) 1908-1914, May 10, 1911, Image 8

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Special to Tho Citizen.
LAKKV1LLL l"n., Mny I) Tho
social held at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Seegar on Saturday oven- tertalnod at supper Wednesday
Ing. April 29, was a splendid success, evening at tho home of Mr. and Mrs.
both socially and linanclally. The J Hn,use,T. ., , ,
entertainment committee presented a ,Mr8-, Miller received word
very brief but Interesting program. 1 Thursday of the arrival of a grand
Several excellent piano selections daughter on Wednesday, May 3, at
were given by Miss Maude E. Lock- t,ho ,ll0I"e of Mr- nn'', Mrs- - C' SeI"
lln. Mildred Crane and Miss Carena ,fllrth' Scranton. The mother was
Locklln; also a number of violin so- formerly Grace Miller,
lorf.nna iiv Mr Conimr nnnnmimnimi , Mrs. Alfred Bryant, Hoiiesdalc,
by Mrs. Conrad Kelneke on the I
piano. Miss Minnie I.ocklln and Mrs.
C. Itelneke each sang solos. A brief
story was read by Miss Hazel D.
.lames entitled "Their Boy," which 1
proved very amusing. ice cream
and cake were served at 12 o'clock.
Net proceeds, $8. CO, which was ap
plied on pastor's salary.
E. II. and Mrs. Alpha entertained
their daughter, .Mrs. Hattle Williams,
White Mills, and her family on Sun
day last.
Mr. and Mrs. Ueorge Safford visit
ed her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Welsh, here on April 30.
Sunday evening, May 14, will
be observed as "Mother's Day. ' Rev.
H. T. Purkiss will have arranged a
special sermon to that effect.
Tho dance conducted by Lester
Carlton and Spensor Daniels on Sat
urday niuht last was very largely at
tended. Everybody had a very pleas
ant time.
The Hlldagard Itebekah Initiated
three candidates on Wednesday even
ing last, namely: Mrs. Lafayette
James nnd Mr. and Mrs. Ilyman It.
The Independent Order of Odd
Fellows initiated a number of candi
dates on .May 0.
On Monday night of last week,
Aaron Goble lost n valuable horse.
The animal was supposed to have had
too much rope. It was strangled to
death. Mr. Goble found him in the
The horse was valued at 1
$li)0. i
Harlen Locklln, who for the past , Tho Camp should be highly congrnt
winter has had business In Peekville, ulated on their fraternal spirit in
came home April 20 to assist his fath- helping out a brother of the Camp
er during tho boarding season. I who hns been laid up with a broken
Misses .Mary DeGroat and Elsie I 'eg. This should bo an example for
Dapper, Hawley, recently passed I other fraternal societies to follow,
some time with their friend, Mrs. i Much good can be done in tills way.
Conrad Iieineke here. ' Henry Bassney has purchased the
A forest lire has been raging forlHirt farm in Berlin,
n number of days on what is known ' Solomon Markle and friend who
as "Hock Oak Hill." were fishing the Indian Orchard
F. White, Gravity, was a business ! brook qii Saturday, wishes to state
caller here on Thursday. j that they only fished where they had
Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Murphy, Haw-' permission and did not catch a basket
ley, visited their mothers here on of fish on the Berdsloy estate as was
Saturday last. i reported. These two gentlemen are
Lincoln Stephens is employed by 1 sports of the proper type and never
B. F. Kellam at Paupac. intrude on forbidden land or where
We are sorry to know that Miss they see signs properly posted with
Sophla Schrader is again in the hos- out consulting the proper authori
pital very seriously sick. ! ties concerned.
The farmers in this vicinity are1
taking advantage of this fine weath-1
er, tilling tlie soil. I
Eddie Lovemore visited friends In i
Sterling recently. ; it fast.
Miss Maude E. Locklln recently, Martin Hoilinger was a happy
passed a few days at Scranton and ' sportsman when he found his lost
Peekville. fox hound.
'Wedding bell's again to ring In A grey fox gobbled up Win. Her
Lakeville. This is the fourth time tel's gobbler on Friday night. This
they will have rung in this place in fox has been in this vicinity for about
1911. Curiosity aroused? two years and is continually dodg-
uaymonn woodward, Adella, was
tlie guest of J. N. and Mrs. Steph
ens on Sunday last.
ISpeclai 10 ine Citizen.
DAMASCUS, l'a., May !. Church
people were called upon to light fire
in the woods belonging to G. C. Abra
ham on Sunday, April 30. The fire
uroue out nuout ten o'clock in
woods just above the home of Cor-.
win valentine and raged until otiei'uuu"B UIB euesiK were ev. anu
o'clock when the gang of fire fighters Mrs. W. J. Seymour, Beacli Lake,
succeeded In getting It under control and Mesdaiues William Pragnell and
tt.A,., .1 ... ! Urnutli Vnu. Unnn...lntn
.iljuul unco acres oi timoor werpi
burned over.
Tho High School team opened up
their baseball season with a game
with tho married men on their new
diamond on Hungry Hill Wednesday,
May 3. Reilly and Boyd constituted
the High school battery, and Abra-
nam ana nomer played in that ca
pacity for the married men. The
line-up follows: High School Boyd Tuttle farm near Hawley.
c; Reilly, p.; Bogert lb1 h' I Ia Mitchell, Beach Lake, is vlsit
Pethick, 2b; R. Pethick, 3b; Dexter' lng at Minor Crosby's.
ss; tiocKer, rt; Brigham. cf: s
Noble, If. .Married Men Fromer,
c; Abraham, p; R. Pethick, lb;
Gregg, 2b; Bush, 3b; Boucher, ss;
Whitmore, rf; C. Noble, cf; L. Peth
Ich, If. At the end of the ninth in
ning the score was even, but at the
end of the tenth inning it stood 9
to 8 In favor of tho Married Men.
Glen Tyler umpired tlie game.
The last number of the High school
lecture course, the oratorical contest,
was held on Tuesday evening In the
Baptist church, and was well attend
ed. Miss Elizabeth Kane, Cochec
ton, and tho Misses Faye and Mary
Abraham played selections on the
piano which were enjoyed by all.
The contestants were: Alma Can
field, Helene Yerkes, Florence
Sheard, Nina Smith, Eva Skilhorn,
Miriam MInch, Mary Vail, Arthur
I'righam, Spencer Noble and Merle
Uogert. The prizes, five dollar gold
pieces to the winners among tho
boys and tho girls, were given by
George C. Abraham and C. M. Peth
ick. The Judges were people who
knew none of the contestants. They
awarded the girls' prize to Miss Alma
Canlleld and tbo boys' prize to Merle
Bogert and Spencer Noble. After
the contest, .Mr, Pethick, tho popular
principal of tho High school, Invited
the contestants and those who had
helped make the evening a success,
to an Informal reception in the base-
nmnt nf iha nltiiinl.
The High School Athletic Associa-t
tion tooK up a collection for the
base ball team after chapel on Thurs
day morning which amounted to $7.
Rev. A. C, Olver, Honesdale, one
of the most popular ministers that
lias ever been on the Damascus
charge, Is filling the pulpit of the M.
E. church here during the absence
of Rev. F. E. Moyer, who Is finish
ing his schooling ,at Dickinson Col
lege. Rev. R. D. Minch Is going to move
back to Tyler Hill next week. Mr.
MInch held his weekly Bible service
at tho school house on Friday evening.
George Tyler Is having his houso
Special to The Citizen.
IIHTHANV, Til., May 0 Ilev. and
Mrs. Ulerly una Bon, Meyer, were en
s',en.t Saturday at the Yerkes home. ,
The many friends of Mrs. Charles
Faatz were glad to see her out to
church Sunday, the first time since
Christmas Day
Dr. Von Krug preached in the
Presbyterian church Sunday and
went to Rllcyvllle nnd Cold Springs
In the afternoon.
Thursday evening In the M. E,
church Dr. Murdock will preach and
administer the communion.
Mrs. Wayne Hnzen and daughter,
Marjorie, Seelyvllle, spent Sunday at
tho CIcmo home.
Charles W. Sutton's condition re
mains unchanged, complications hav
ing set it, giving a serious turn.
tSpoclal to The Cltlen.J
WHITE MILLS, I'm., May The
second annual musicale and dance
will be given at the Florence Thea
tre, White Mills, May 13,. by .Mrs.
Gavltte's music class. Dancing from
10 to 1. Refreshments will be serv
ed. Music for dancing by Bellman's
orchestra. Admjsslon 25 and Ifi
The White Mills Camp of Modern
Woodmen on Saturday last went to
Cherry Itidgo to plant neighbor
Fritz Hnggerty's potatoes. William
Vogle done the ploughing. Nelson
Johnson was the water boy. Arthur
rirmetone was the potato cutter,
J - Smldt, with the rest of the staff,
dropped and covered tho potatoes
The supervisors are putting a lot
of sand on our streets. I think that
wlien the first rain comes they will
need a whole lot of flv nannr tn linlil
ing tlie very best of our hunters
William Hittinger came back from
Harrisburg Friday and had to return
to serve as United States juror on
Special to Tho Citizen.
INDIAN ORCHARD, l'a., .May .
Tho L. A. S. was very pleasantly
entertained at the home of the pres-
ldent' Mrs. W. D. Buckingham.
Mrs. Elizabeth Garrett and son-in-
law, William H. Hall, drove to Haw
ley on Sunday to see James Wrenn
and family. .Mr. Wrenn, who has
been quite sick with acute tonsilitls,
is recovering nicely.
Mrs. E. F. Rice and family spent
Friday at P. L. Braman's.
Warren Case has moved to the
Miss Minnie Pnrminter, Holly
Beach, N. J., has returned to her
home after a short visit at L. R.
Garratt's and W. H. Hall's.
Horace Smith has moved from
East Honesdale Into his father's
farm house which is known as the
George Bishop farm.
-Mrs. W, H. Hall spent Friday with
relatives at Hawley.
INDIAN ORCHARD, l'a., May 1).
O. D. Henshaw closed a very suc
cessful term of school at Vine Hill
April C. The exercises given in the
atternoon were well attended by
patrons and children. Of the many
pleasing numbers rendered by the
pupils were tho vocal solos by Mabel
Oliver, Herald Wizard and Caroline
Switzer, accompanied by the teacher
on the violin. At the close of the
program the school presented their
teacher with numerous pretty nnd
serviceable remembrances.
Mr. Miller, East Honesdale, is in
the employ of Superintendent Bun
nell. Several gentlemen from this town
spent nn enjoyable evening at E.
Miller's, Welcome Lake, April G,
.Mrs. W. D. Buckingham and Mrs.-
A. .M. Henshaw attended the busi
ness meeting of the Methodist quar
terly conference at Beach Lake Sat
urday, April 0.
Miss Caroline Switzer has been
visiting her sister, Elizabeth, at
W. C. Weeks and wife recently
visited the latter's brother, Charley
Harvoy, who is in a homo for Sol
diers' orphans, which Is near Pitts
burg. They report Charley looking
fine and that he seems to bo very
Albert Swartz will assist his fath
er, Joseph Swartz, at home this
Four applicants will become mem
bers of the Grange, Wednesday.
April 10. Tho Order Is Increasing
in number very rast, having now
over sixty members.
Tho .Ladles' Aid society have de
cided to build a church, provided
they receive an expected endow
ment. HAMLIN.
Special to The Citizen.
HAMLIN, l'a., Mny 0. The Out-of-Town
Book club met on Thursday,
May 4, with Mrs. Augusta Hlne.
Mrs. J. A. McKee and children,
Philadelphia, are moving Into their
summer residence here.
E. B. Policy, Nebraska, is calling
on friends In this place. He has a
number of horses for sale at Henry
Hobacker's, Sterling.
Dennlson Wetherlll, who has been
in the West for some tlmo, nnd who
spent the past winter in Nebraska,
has returned to Hamlin. He Is
boarding with Mr. and Mrs. John
A. M. Clark Is working for John
Among those from this place who
wore In Scranton on "Circus Day"
were: H. F. Nicholson, Mr. and Mrs.
C. n. Spangenberg, Mrs. E. J. Ham
lin, Allco Hamlin nnd Butler Hamlin.
Edwin Blake died at the,?home of
his son, Henry, on Thursday, May
4. The funeral was held from the
house on Sunday afternoon at -two
Dr. O. J. Mullen and mother have
moved into Mrs. Angellne Williams'
Frank and Myron Smith and sis
ter, Miriam, expect soon to occupy
rooms in .Miss E. M. Buckingham's
Millard Spangenberg, Scranton,
visited his parents here this week.
Miss Richards is spending some
time with Mrs. G. O. Glllett.
Mrs. Emily Simons, who has been
quite ill with grip, is now convales
cent. Rev. G. A. Warlmrton and wife,
Aldan, have been boarding at Hotel
Nicholson for the past two weeks.
Rev. Warburton conducted services
in St. John's Episcopal church on
Thursday evening of last week and
arraln on Sunday evening, April 30.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hummer.
Avoca, are visiting Mrs. Hummer's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Chapman.
Special to The CltlZciLj
HAWLEY, l'a., May Mrs. W.
W. Baker, Honesdale, was the guest,!
oi ner parents, a. uorrell anil wile,
during the week.
Miss Thorpe, Waymart, was a re
cent visitor of her sister, Mrs. Reu
ben Ames, and other friends here.
George Hittinger, who was thrown
from his wagon in a runaway acci
dent and taken to a hospital -'In
Scranton, was brought to the home
of his daughter-in-law, .Mrs. Ella
Hittinger, on Saturday afternoon.
The physicians found internal Injur
ies of a fatal nature from which he
is not likely to recover. He is not
able to be taken to his home on Long
As the M. E. church needed one or
more coats of paint, to Jielp meet this
uApcuBc, iiiu mints ui tne cuiigiegil'
tion ueciueu recently to each earn
$1.00, and tell how they earned It In
poetry or prose at an "Experience sb
cial" which was held in the church
Tuesday evening, May 2. Admission
fee only ten cents. It would be dif
ficult to decide which one of the la
dies was tho poet laureate of' the oc
casion as each composition seemed
the best of its kind In originality and
bright witticisms. The musical end
of the atfalr was ably taken care of
by a burlesque orchestra composed
of eighteen ladies who timidly made
their first bow before the public.
How well they were received could
be judged by the hearty applause
which followed each selection. There
were other musical numbers equally
pleasing. The entertainment
throughout was very amusing and
provoked as much laughter as our
editor's smile club. A speciality of
the evening was produced by Haw
ley's five dollar kickers, winners of
The Citizen's prize kicks. One of
tlie number composed the Bplcy poe
try recited by them. The admission
fee, with $73 earned by the ladles
and some given by the men, netted
the sum of $102.40.
Alex Correll Is having a porch
built onto his house facing the street.
Ms. Emmons Peck called on her
friend, Mrs. R. W. Murphy, Friday
Charles Ford, Steelton, Pa., has
been visiting his mother here. He
also called on his friend, J. W. San
dorcock, Ariel. Mr. Sandercock took
him for an auto whirl through Salem
township, giving him a chance to
view many familiar scenes as he
spent much of Ihs time there In his
younger days.
William Watts is now running his
new fiO-horse power Elmore.
Herman Grobe, New York City,
is visiting Fred Peoppel. . Mr. Grobe
several years ago lived on a farm at
A young son came to brighten the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stovon
son on Monday, May 1. ,
One day Inst week Dr. G. T. Rod
man had his foot crushed by his
horse stepping on It. Ho now goes
on crutches.
On Tuesday last a company of
friends gathered at the homo of Mrs.
Smith and gave her a jolly surprise.
Refreshments were served and a
pleasant time reported.
At last the boys have decided to
orgnnize a baso ball team nt Haw
ley. T. H. McDonald will probably
be t)io manager, Joseph Seller catch
er, and Joseph McCIoskey pitcher.
"Billy" McNamara will be one of the
players. Their first gamo will be
played on. Memorial Day.
Charles Kimble, an inspector in
Mncoy's glass cutting shop. New
York City, was In town on Tuesday
Thomas Zenjen, aged 23 years and
3 months, died at the homo of his
parents on Bellomdhte Hill on Fri
day, May 5, from hemorrhage of the
lungs. Tho deceased was a glass
cutter by trade and had always lived
at Hawley. Of late he had been em
ployed on the new postotflce build
ing and waB working a few days bo
foro his death. Thomas Is the third
son of that family who has died
within a few years from the Bame
disease. The funeral was held on
Monday at 10 o'clock In the R. C.
church conducted by Father Burke.
A free entertainment under the
uaBplces of Hawley Branch. No. 29,
G. B. B. A,, was given at the Standard
opera house on Friday night. It con
sisted of moving pictures, singing
and views thrown on canvass of
some forty union labels. An address
was made by a gentleman from Mis
souri who said that the purpose of
the meeting was to popularize the
Federation of Labor and emphasize
the Importance of purchasing union
made good.
Mrs. Joseph Pennell Is visiting
friends and relatives at Ariel.
Special to The Citizen.
STERLING, i'a., May 0 We are
now having fine weather but a little
too dry and cold for growing crops
but perhaps it will come around all
right yet.
Oscar Lesher has been confined to
his bed for tho past few weeks.
' John II. Lee Is an old man and
has been gradually growing more
feeble for several months pnst, and
he, too, Is confined to his bed.
Miss A. M. Noble has returned
from a two weeks' visit with her sis
ter in Philadelphia.
.Miss Susan Cross has just closed an
eight-month term of school at Mos
cow and Is now home again.
J. E. and S. N. Cross attended the
funeral of E. Blake held at Salem
Mrs. Amelia Graser died suddenly
of heart trouble this morning.
Cnaiies Bartleson, another well
known character In this section, has
just expired at the residence of his
son, R. W., at South Sterling.
Paul Debler came from Germany
when he was about 21 years old and
served through the Civil war, spend
ing seven months in Llbby Prison
and has lived most of the time In
Sterling, but expired last week at the
homo of his only daughter, Mrs.
Henry Waderman, at Stroudsburg, at
the advanced age of SO years, 10
months- and 5 days. He was buried
in tlie Nobletown cemetery last Sat
urday besides his wife. Ho Is surviv
ed by a sister-in-law, .Mrs. John M.
Catterson, one daughter, Cora, and
her husband, Henry Waderman, and
their four children. Rov. W. E.
Webster officiated at tlie funeral and
A. B. villiams, O. B. Megargle, J.
P. Simpson, John Smith. J. H. .Moore.
W. E. Furgeison and John Stevens!
were pall-bearers. i
An election of trustees for the
Sterling M. E. church took place
Sunday and the following is tho re
sult: L. F. Ammernian, J. E. Cross,
C. E. Webster, S. N. Cross, G. 1. Gil
pin. W. B. Lesher and H. H. Ho
backer. Mrs. Mary C. Skelton has been
quite sick for several weeks past and
three of her daughters are now with
her, viz: Miss Elizabeth, Mrs. Clara
Peet and Mrs. Julia Brown.
We are pleased to see I. G. Simons
around again.
Our faithful mall carrier took a
day or two off last week and so took
in tlie show at Scranton.
Four of our Sterling school direc
tors, W. B. Lesher, R. B. Simons,
H. R. Stevens and F. L. Hartford at
tended tho election of the county
superintendent at Honesdale last
We notice that twelve of the Sterl
ing pupils received common school
diplomas at the recent examination
which is just twice as many as any
other townsliip received. Good for
The High school had their closing
exercises on the 3rd, and everything
passed off without a jar and was ap
preciated by a full house. Prof. J.
M. Coughlln's address was excellent
and all enjoyed the Newfoundland
Glee Club which Is composed of the
following members: F. D. Waltz, H.
B. and D. B. Smith, Arthur Cramer,
Will Rohrbacker, Alfred Walters and
Charles Sleg.
Special to The Citizen.
There will be a supper held Friday,
May 12, in the Odd Fellows' Hall for
the benefit of the Friendly Library.
Mrs. William .Martin spent last
week with her daughter, Mrs. Mut
chler. Helen Mutchler spent last week
with relatives In this place.
Mrs. Smith and Mrs. French was a
pleasant caller at Mrs. Mutchler's on
Tuesday evening.
Fred Mick was a business caller In
Stroudsburg to-day.
The Ladies' Aid of this place met
with Mrs. Mary Price of Mt. Pocono.
All reported a very good time.
ISpeclai to The Citizen.
TYLHK HILL, Pa., Muy I) Spring
and winter seem to be playing tag
yet. Peeptoads have been frozen
up three times and still have cold
By a mistake on tho part of the
railroad, Clarence Fortman has lost
the greater part of a shipment of
young chicks. The box containing
the chickens was sent to Cohocton
instead of Cochecton and loft there
sevoral days. Ho has only a hand
ful of the feathered peepers left.
Henry Smith has the record In the
line of fishing. Humor says ho got
so many fish the other night that
ho couldn't carry them pU home.
Special to Tho Citizen.
IlKAMAN, l'a., Slay Everyone
is busy plowing and making gardon.
The Ladles' Aid society of this
place met Friday last week and
there was twenty present. Net pro
ceeds, J2.85. The next meeting
will be June 1st with Mrs. D. M.
O. II. Ilraman, Carthage, N. Y.,
spent tho last of the week with D.
M. Stalker while attending to busi
ness In connection with tho recent
flro, the burning of the saw mill
and factory at Braman. We. under
stand the mill will be rebuilt and
the business will go on.
Emma Kelly made a trip to Long
Eddy last Thuursday.
Mrs. D. M. Stalker and Emma
Stalker were at Equlnunk last Sat
urday. Charles Gould, Long Eddy, called
at Kellam with his auto last Saturday.
Born, to Mr. anl Mrs. John Mltter
wagor, recently, a 'girl.
Mr. and Mrs. John Skinner visited
their daughter, Mrs. Russell Stalk
er, at I'eckville, last Saturday and
Mrs. .Mary White returned home
from her visit at Port Jervis last
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there Is at
least one dreaded disease that
science hns been able to cure In all
Its stages, and that is Catarrh.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only posi
tive cure now known to the medi
cal fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a
constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surlaies ot the system,
thereby destroying the foundation
of the disease, and giving the patient
strength by building up the consti
tution and assisting nature in doing
its work, The proprietors have so
much faith In Its curative powers
that they offer One Hundred Dollars
for ajiy case that It falls to cure.
Send for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Toledo. O
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
stlpation 'U- :'lte '"A
7 1"
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EMERSON W. GAMMELL. Honesdale, Pa.
Death Of Patrick Kelly.
Pntrick Kelly, son of Mrs. Mlchaol
Kolley, died April 19, aged 27 years
and six months, from pleuro-pnou-monla,
after an Illness of only four
dnys, at Whites Valley. Tho funer
al services were held in St. Cecilia's
church, Hill Top, Saturday, April 22.
Ho is survived by his mother, Mrs.
Michael Kelly; four sisters, viz: Miss
Elizabeth, Sister Mary Henry of St.
John's Convent, Plttston; Mrs. J. J.
Connolly, Forest City; Mrs. Francos
Kearnoy, Honesdale, and by three
brothers, Edward L., Whites Valley;
Michael J., New York City, and Thus.
J., Carbondale. Mr. Kelly's early
death Is mourned by a largo circle ot
friends by whom ho was held In
highest esteem.
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