The citizen. (Honesdale, Pa.) 1908-1914, August 11, 1911, Page PAGE 5, Image 5
I the citizen, fhiiax, august 11, ion. A CENT A WORD KOK SALE. BINDER TWINE nnd all kinds of harvesting tools at Murray Co., Honesdale. C3el2 SALE OP FIRST DESCRIBED PRO perty, located at Honesdale, ad vertised at Sheriff's sale Aug. 14, by C. Smith, will be contested, as Smith never rightfully owned It, simply loaned same so as to put It up as collateral for a loan he made of Honesdale Dime Bank. J. D. Rob bins. C3t2t FOR SALE TEN-HORSE POWER engine and shingle mill. J. W. Tlsdell, Ariel. 2t FOR SALE KELLY & STEINMAN orlck factory building, Including en slue, boiler and shafting. Inquire of . B. Robinson. 50tf. SliSCELLAXEOUS. VOTE FOR C. K. SOHOONOVER OF Honesdale, Democratic candidate for Sheriff, September 30. G4eoi2 AN APARTMENT TO LET. IN nulre 300 14th street. Philip Krantz. C3tf FAVORITE THRESHERS READY for delivery. One horse size $95 at Murray Co.'s, Honesdale. G3eol2 GRAIN CRADLES, GRAIN FORKS, YOU ARE INVITED. MEET US AT the Wayne county fair in our big tent. Murray Co., Honesdale. C3el2 BRIDGE BUILDING AND PAINT ing Bids will be received at the Commissioners' office until 10 o. m., Sept. 5, 1911, for the erection of a bridge over the Butternut creek at Jericho, Sterling township; con tractor will build concrete abut ments, raise the same 20 inches, place the Iron work and put on a concrete deck. Commissioners will deliver the bridge on the ground. At the same time and place bids will be received for painting the Lee bridge on the Salem and Sterling line. Paint will be furnished by the commissioners. 3t FOR RENT TEN-ROOM HOUSE on Eleventh street with all mod ern Improvements, including fur nace. J. E. Richmond. 57tf. LEGAL BLANKo for sale at The Citizen office: Land Contracts, Leases, Judgment Notes, Warrantee Deeds, Bonds, Transcripts, Sum mons, Attachments, Subpoenas, La bor Claim Deeds, Commitments, Ex ecutions, Collector's and Constables' Salee, Tax Collector Warrants, Criminal Warrants, Etc. A VACANCY EXISTS IN OUR Training School for Nurses. High school graduate preferred. Apply to City Private Hospital, Carbondale, Pa. THREE experienced workmen at the bench daily. All repairs finished ut the shortest notice.' Sommer, Jeweler and Optician. 30tf ALL REPAIR WORK finished up-to-date in all our different branches. Sommer, Jeweler and Optician. 30tf INVENTORY of our repair depart ment shows 236 finished jobs wait ing to be called for. Sommer, Jewe ler and Optician. 30tf. LOCAL NEWS. A marriage license was issued this week to Joseph Harvey and Miss Hattie Bates, both of Dyberry. Decorate your respective places of business in honor of the Eagles, who will come to Honesdale on Fri day of this week. The regular morning and even ing services at the Methodist church will be hold as usual on Sunday. There will bo a special musical pro gramme. There were two grange picnics held on Thursday one at Torrey and another at Beech Grove. Poli ticians made friendly visits at both places, Hugh Malloy, a barber who formerly resided in Honesdale, was arrested Tuesday morning In Scran- ton by Patrolman Charles Weber, for drunkenness. Magistrate Lentes sent the defendant to tho county jail where an examination is to be made into his sanity. The total amount of earth ex cavated and yet to be taken out in building tho Panama .canal under the projected plans amounts to 2i4,ti0,--.94 cubic yards. This pile would rower nearly two and one-half times as high as Cheops, ana woum con' ta'n about 14 times as much mater' ml, by volume. In height it would ex pend up into the sky nearly a,ito or In a letter to a friend, Rev. P Winters, pastor of St. Paul's hi.rch. Green Ridge, tens or an un -t nl experience he had while going . broad a week ago. wo stoou wun n a few feet of the spot where a hcu-rrazed stoker on his steamer leaned from the deck into tho ocean and v.as drowned. Rev. Winters was lormerly of Hawley. --Governor John K. Tener grant ed a charter to the Wayne Devolop ment company, Wednesday. The company is capitalized at ?5,000. The incorporators consist of L. B. Stillwell, L. A. Watres, F. W. Still well, C. D. Simpson, all of Scranton, and Alvan Markel, Hazleton. This company will develop and construct a dam on tho Paupack river, at Wil sonvllle, near Hawley. The Maple City Fife and Drum Corps, one of the flourishing Maple City musical organizations, has se cured a number of out-of-town en gagements for tho month of August. The personnel of tho organization is as follows: Drum major, John Car mlchael; leader, Ed. Short; snare drums, Horace "Williams, William Short, Olaf Hlghhouse; bass drum, Joseph Chambers; cymbals, Alonzo Hedgelon; fifes, Arthur Lavalle, Geo. Karslake, Clarence Mundy. Harold Bishop, Ed. Welsh, Ray Short, Jos. May, Charles Houck. Born, a dnughter, to Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bodle, Prompton, Thurs day morning. In 1809 fiscal year the govern ment of Italy made profit of $12, 821, G6B out of its salt monopoly. A portable vacuum cleaner brought out In England also may be Used as a seat, table, cabinet, music stool or pedestal. Joseph Harvey and Hattie Bates of Dyberry, were married Wednes day, Aug. 9, by the Rev. W. H. Kil ler, pastor of the Central M. E. church. A number of the young friends of Earl Transue happily surprised him at his home on East street, Wednesday evening, the occasion be ing his birthday. At Providence, R. I., Tuesday, Fred Schuerholz, better known as " Sherry," of Honesdale, was in strumental In defeating the Buffalo team, who only made two hits off his delivery. M. Morris Moscovitz, an attor ney of Scranton, has been arrested in Belgium, after over a year's ab sence from that city. The fashion plate attorney, as he is called, es caped with considerable of his clients money. The announcement of the can didacy of Attorney S. J. Strauss for the nomination for Judge of Lu zerne county on the Democratic ticket, has caused widespread in terest among the voters of both par ties. Scranton Times. Charles P. Searle and B. H. Witherbeo have entered the Penn sylvania Chess Tournament which will be played by correspondence. One hundred players will enter this tournament to compete for the five cash prizes ranging frono100 ?10. A German botanist figures out the number of species of flowers cul tivated in Europe as 4,200, or wnicn 420 possess an agreeable perfume. Odors are most likely to be found In flowers having white or cream col ored petals, then yellow, red, blue and violet, In order. Rantlst rhuroh Rev. Geo. S. Wendell, pastor. Church open all day. Sunday school at usual hour. Rev. C. E. Cordo, D. D Philadel phia, is expected to preach at one of the services on Sunday, Aug. 13. Twelve representatives of the Honesdale band drove to Narrows- burg, N. Y., Wednesday, where they Dartlclnated in the festivities or tne firemen of that place. A parade waB one of the features of the celebration The occasion was well attended by Wayne county people and all had a very pleasant time. Dn PYlrinv. Kacle Dav. the nar- ade, will rorm at tne union siation, nt Mm nrrlval nf the SDecial train from Scranton, which will be about 11:30 a. m., In the following order: Pnlnr honrora MnrshnlR Hon. John Kuhbach, N. B. Spencer and Eugene r'nnrtrlr-lit mniintpd! Rnrnnton Eacle band, Scranton degree team, scran tnn norlo Wnnosfi.Ufi hand. uaruon dale aerie with band, other aeries with bands, Maple City arum corps. TJnnaarTtilfl i!oirrpfi tnnm. mascot and Honesdale aeries. The line of march will be from the Union sta tion at place of forming, down Main ofroot tn Fifth strfifit. tn Church. UD Church to Twelfth, to Main, up Main to Tliirteentn street, counter marcn down Main to Bellevue park. Caucuses are being held In dif ferent parts of the county, but they will in no way affect the nomination of candidates. Every candidate run ning for office must file his nomina tion paper before septemoer . it is just and proper that prospective nominees for office get together and see how matters stand. For in stance John Jones might be a candi date for supervisor from the south em end of a township. He could look after the roads in that section John Smith, his next door neighbor might be another candidate and had it not been for holding a caucus the voters would not have known that the northern section was not repre sented. Any number of petitions can be taken out, circulated and filed be fore September 9, even after a cau cus has been neiu. me caucus, or " gentlemen's meeting " as it is sometimes called, should be encour aged and by holding them candidates can better see how the aurerent ini' portant offices of his district are diS' trlbuted. PERSONAL Earl Gager, Scranton, was a visi tor her last Sunday. D. R. Coleman. Scranton, is In town on business this week. W. L. Jackson, Tyler Hill, spent Wednesday in town. Lawrence Grambs, New York, is the guest of relatives here. R. Milton Salmon is spending the week with friends on Long island. Miss Belle Fryer, Brooklyn, N. Y., Is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Leon Ross. Miss Anna Lvnott spent several daj-B with Scranton friends rocont- Ray Carr. Scranton, was a Wed nesday busness caller in the Maplo City. Philip Krantz was a business caller In the metropolis the latter part of the week. H. F. Guerner. Now York, was a summer caller hero the fore part of the week. Miss Helen Charlesworth Is spend ing her vacation with relatives In Scranton. Julius Moll, of Rlckert's clothing omporium, is enjoying his vacation this week. Josenh Matthews. Cleveland, O. was a business caller in Honesdale this week. George James. New York, is spending his vacation with his moth' or at this place. Miss Clara Riot is spending sev' eral weeks with Miss Ida Steinman Deposit, N. Y. Clarence D. Fortnam, Tyler Hill was a business caller In Honesdale on Wednesday. Mr, and Mrs. Leon Ross and Miss Belle Fryer spent Tuesday ana Wed' nesday in scranton. Frank Woodward was In Scranton on Wednesday. I J. O. Mumford attended a house party With Deposit friends the latter part of last week. Dr. John Bauman, Jersey City, is' the guest of his brother, William, COG Church street. Robert Pitman returned Saturday from a short vacation with relatives in the Eastern states. Edward D. Katz returned Satur day from a two weeks' vacation spent In Boston and New York. Miss Nellie Doolittle returned to her home after visiting her sister, Mrs. John Weaver, Towanda. J. N. Welch and O. M. Snettlgue spent Tuesday and Wednesday In tho vicinity of Kellam this ween. Judeo Wilson and daughter Miss Eva, left Thursday noon for Dallas, where they will visit relatives. Miss Jennie and Miss Anneta Too- hey, both of Blnghamton, N. Y., are visiting their former home here. Mrs. John H. Smith, Willow ave nue, Is visiting her cousin, Miss Meta Klrkem, at Stroudsburg, Pa. M. F. Dorin returned home Wed nesday evening from an extended business trip through York state. Miss Margaret Green entertained the 'Merry Heart club at luncheon on the golf links on Tuesday even ing. Miss Etta G. Fuerth is home from a vacation trip to Scranton, where she was the guest of Mrs. W. Bo- land. Mrs. William H. Bader and son, Frederick, are visiting relatives and friends in Bayonne, N. J. and Kings ton, N. Y. Rohert .1. Horton. wire chief for a telephone company in Virginia and West Virginia, is visiting relatives on West street. Miss Lucille Rowland returned Saturday from Scranton where she has been the past four months studying music. Mrs. A. G. Loomis. who has been passing some time with relatives at Deposit, N. Y., returned to the Ho tel Wayne Saturday evening. 'Mrs. Charles Penwarden al chil dren, Brooklyn, N. Y., are the guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Whitney. Mrs. T. H. Gllnin. Greentown, Pike county, mother of G. Howard Gilpin, Waymart, is lying In a pre carious condition. C. E. Bates, of the passenger and freight department of the Delaware & Hudson system, was a business caller here on Wednesday. Josenh Fryer will go to Port Jer- vis Friday and on Saturday witness the Honesdale base ball team play against the Port Jervls aggregation!. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Key and riaiitrhter. Wllkes-Barre. are visit ing Mrs. Key's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Hawken, North Main street. Oeorce W. Decker spent a few days this week In Hancock, N. Y on business in the interest of the, Grand Union Tea company of which' he Is local manager. Lieutenant Guy Relph, Dunmore, and Detective .Frank,? Kelly, Port Jervis, both In the Erie's employ; were In 'Honesdale in the interest oi that company on Tuesday. William D. Hlller, of Susquehan na, formerly .of Spettigue's hardware store, Is visiting friends and relatives at Indian Orchard and Beachlake. Mrs. Hlller has been at these places the past few weeks. G. Howard Gilpin, Waymart, was a business caner in Honesuaie Thursday. Mr. Gilpin has announc ed himself as a candidate for county commissioner on the Republican ticket. ti u nittrifii -ivlin with his fam ily have been rusticating at Laurel T nl.n nnvt nt tVla ClimniPlV U'111 rflt.lim 1. U IV V Jtll I. W.V ....1 ... . ..... to Honesdale Saturdny. Mrs. Dlt- trich and children are now nome. Harry Smith, Tyler Hill, accompan ied Mr. Dlttrich to Honesdale on Tuesday. Mi- nnd Mrs Cionrna W. Decker will ieave on Saturday for Clark's r.reen. where thev will snend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Willard Coon. After a short visit at tnat place they will go to Lake Wlnola, wliovo tholr enn Plnvfincfi Decker. and his family have a cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Decker expect to ue ausem two weeks. ALDENVILLE. Special to The Citizen. ALDENVILLE, Pa., August 10. The Carbondale Tigers were wel come visitors on the local Held on Saturday last. The Alerts were on edge and thoroughly manicured tne claws of this ferociously named team, 5 to 0. Gregor pitched su perb ball and allowed only two hits; Watkins, however, who pitched tor the visitors, was not well supported. A fine crowd showed their apprecW' tion of tho national game by adding their enthusiasm. R. Milton sal mon, Esq., and E. Lindsay, Hones dale, were among the spectators. The local team is preparing to take a trin in Northern Wayne and possibly Into York state tho latter part of the present month, playing anv and all comers. The box social held by tho team on Tuesday night was a very sue' cessful affair and netted over 540. The sack of flour contributed by M. D. Fitze was chanced off and Orvllle Millard was tho winner. Tho cut glass comport, presented by the Clinton Cut Glass company, was won by Miss Bessie Curtis. The leg of mutton contributed by Butcher Tev rel was won by Ed. Hendricks, while tho lucky number for the pil low top presented by G. G. Wll marth, was held by M. D. Fltze. ALDENVILLE. R. H. O. A. E. Tarkett, 3b 2 1 0 4 3 Smith, If 0 0 0 0 0 Shields, e 0 111 1 0 Starnes, ss 0 0 2 1 0 Curtis, lb 1 0 11 .0 0 Rltter, cf 1 0 1 0 0 Davis, C, rf 0 0 0 0 0 Gregor, p 1 2 0 2 0 Goodrich, 2b 0 0 2 ' 3 0 Totals .5 4 27 11 3 CARBONDALE TIGERS. R. H. O. A. E. Davis, H.( o 0 1 G 1 0 Carrol, cf 0 0 0 0 1 Hazen, 3b 0 0 2 3 0 Crane, lb 0 1 8 0 3 Munroe, If 0 0 3 0 0 Davis, L., 2b 0 0 3' .0 0 Welvle, ss 0 0 2 0 1 McLean, rf 0 0 0 0 0 Watkins, p 0 0 0 1 1 Totals 0 2 24 5 G Ernest Odcll Is on the sick list. The Baptist L. A. S. are holding an entertainment on Saturday even ing of this week. Mr. A. J. Rehbeln of Honesdale, known as tho "Wiz ard of Wonderland," will be the attraction. LAKEVILLE Special to The Citizen. LAKEVILLE, Pa., August 10. W. T. James and W. T. Stewart re turned to their homes at East Or auge, N. J., on Sunday, after spend ing a few days with Lafayette James. .Mr. and Mrs. Edward Grelner, Peckville, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Davis A. Locklin. Mrs. A. Goble is entertaining her cousin, Mrs. Charles Bishop from Dunmore, also 'Mrs. Augusta Keyes and daughter, Emelyne, from Haw ley, this week. Mr. and "Mrs. James Cooke are visiting Mrs. Cooke s aunt, Mrs. Jas Carefooto and family. Charles J. Iloff, Honesdale, was a caller at this place on Saturday. Howard Berley, Hoadleys, is as sisting M. Mosher' with his haying. Abe Miller, who has been in New York state for the summer conduct ing sales, visited his parents, S. Mil ler and family here. Mr. and Mrs. John Elderkin re' turned to Dunmore on Monday after spending a week at Goble s. A club of fifteen young men from Scranton are camping at Long Pond lor two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Smith, Ledge' dale, were home over Sunday. Don't forget the Rebecka fair on Aug. 17 here. Remember everybody is invited. A good time is antlcipat ed. Ice cream and cake will be served In the evening. Mr. and Mrs. William Everly are entertaining guests from New York City this week. Rev. and Mrs. Purkiss entertain ed their daughter, Mrs. Deacon and family from Paupac, over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Goble are enter taining Mr. and Mrs. Eldred from Dunmore. The ice cream social held at A. Goble's on July 29 was a success. Net proceeds were ?12.50 which will be applied on the pastor's salary. 'Mrs. Geo. A. Goble and Miss Alice Ritcher return on Monday after spending a few days in Honesdale with friends. Miss Jennie Witham returned to New York city after spending a time with her mother, Mrs. Harry Chap man, here. Messrs. Edward Naterson and C. Reese returned to Brooklyn after passing a month "with C. H. Pennell. Miss Mae Kelllam returned to her position at 'Honesdale on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Locklin en- 'tertained her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walker from Moscow on Sunday last. Mrs. Anna Utt returned on Thurs day after passing a time with her daughter, Mrs. R. W. Murphy, at Hawley. George Nelson returns to Brook lyn on Saturday. Miss Hazel James passed the day recently with Miss Louise Sodenberg at Keith's Summer House near Us wlck. Mrs. Katherine Raushmelr from Honesdale, Is assisting her mother, One Hundred and Fifty Dollars in Gold and Mer chandise will be Given Away Absolutely Free by to the persons securing the largest number of points in the the following contest : 1st Prize . $50.00 in Gold 2nd " - 25.00 " 3rd " 10.00 " " Next 10 Prizes 5.00 " " Next 40 " One pound each of Clark & Snover "Stripped" or Top Wave Tobacco. Fifty-three Prizes in all,, and every one worth working for All you have to do to win one of these prizes, if you securo points enough, is to save theNEW CLAI5IC & SNOVER YELLOW COUPONS, BEARING THE EXPIRATION' DATE, JUNE 1, 1012. No others accepted in this contest), and either mall or hrlng them to The Clark & Snover Company's office, No. 112 Adams Avenue, Scranton, Pa., before 12 o'clock noon, October 31, 1911, and, In addition to tho premiums Hated on tho backs thereof, you will be given credit for all tho now coupons returned, beginning with the morning mail August 1, 1911, and closing with the last mail before noon, October 31, 1911, acordlng to the following schedule: In addition to this, we will give contestaflts credit for two points each for every advertisement they send In, in which the name "THE CLARK & SXOVEIl COMPANY" appears. Theso advertisements may bo taken from the newspapors, dance programmes, pay envelopes, or from any publication. In which an advortlsoment containing our name apcars. This offer Is open OXLY to' COXSUMERS of Clark &. Snover Tobaccos, and no jobber, dealer, coupon col lector or broker Is elllglblo to enter tho contest, and coupons or advertisements turned in by any but CON SUMERS of our tobaccos will not bo accepted for credit In this contest. Therefore, Mr. Consumer, f you want to win ono of these prizes, hang on to your coupons. Tell all your friends about this contest and get them to use CliAItK & SXOVEIl "STRIPPED" or "TOP WAVE" Tobacco, and if they do not want to enter tho contest, they can give you the coupons. The Clark & Snover Co. ii2 Adams Ave., Scranton, Pa. Mrs. John Bishop, for a time the lat ter being Indisposed. Miss Eva Smith has been critically ill at her home and under the care of Dr. II. 13. ( Ely of Honesdale and Dr. H. C. White, Ariel. We are glad to know she is somewhat bettor. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. A. Locklin are en tertaining Mr. and Mrs. Myron D. Locklin, her mother, Mrs. Milton and daughter, Florence, Scranton, for a couple of weeks. Wedding bells are soon to ring again near Lakeville. Miss Eliza Cramer from Adella, Pa., is visiting at Goblo's. Margnrette Locklin recently visited her aunt, Mrs. Starbert R. Tresslar, at Ariel, Pa. Win. Alpha was a caller In Hones dale on Sunday last. Messrs. Bregsteln and Robinson were pleasant callers In this town on Sundny, July 30. -Fair Week Aug. 14, If, 1G, 17. SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES Allen's Foot-Ease, the antiseptic powder. It relieves painful, smart ing, tender, nervous feet, and in stantly takes the sting out of corns and bunions. It's the greatest com fort discovery of the age. -Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight or new shoes feel easy. It Is a certain relief for sweating, callous, swollen, tired, aching feet. Always use it to Break in New shoes. Try it to-day. Don't go on your vacation without a pack age of Allen's Foot-Ease. Sold every where, 25 cts. Don't accept any substitute. For FREE trial pack age, address Allen S. Olmstead, Le Roy, N. Y. Fair Week Aug. 14, 15, 16, 17. WML BENI. H. D1TTRICH, LESSEE and MANAGER THE MALTESE PLAYERS DIRECTOR Chas C. Knapp DRAMAS & FARCE COMEDIES. WEEK AUG. 14th. at Popular Prices The Wronp Mrs. Appleton. Tho Great Reward Tho lMnkertons Tho Girl Thief and other First Clnss Productions. PRICES: ID, 20, 30, and 50c. Seat Sale opens at the Box Office at 9 a. m. Monday. The Prudential Insurance Company of America Incorporated as a Stock Company by the State of New Jersey. JOHN F. DRYDEN, President. Home Office NEWARK, N. J.. Coupons marked "Value 1 Coupon" ono point Coupons fharked "Value 2 Coupons" two points Coupons marked "Value 5 Coupons" live points Coupons marked "Value 10 Coupons," ten points DEMOCRATIC Candidate lor tho Ul,1io of Register and Recorder of Wayne County. CHARLES J. ILOFF, Piles! m& Piles! .ih.ii.s' ind. ... . .o .mint wul ,uro Blind, Bleeding uud nchitiK I'llos. It ab sorbs the U:murf, j.lays kelj.ng: nt once, cetp ns a' poultice, gives infant relief. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment Is pre pared for Piles and Uchlng of the private parts. DrucRlEts, mall tOc and $1.00. WILLIAMS MFG. C" rops Cleveland, Ohli Wayne County Fair AUG. 14-15-16-17 If you aro in Honesdale Fair Week or nny other time and need your watch repaired or nny other re pairing in our line it will pay you and please you to give us n trial. You'll bo better pleased than ever before. Or If you are in need of anything in tho Jewelry lino It is a good Idea to see ns. Jeweler and Optician 1127 Main St. N. B. We have tried to gain a long lost art, namely: To give Promptness and Satisfaction in all repairs. And we've succeeded. Strange how things change. Ask our customers. $19.08 per year buys $1,000 of life insuranec in the Low Cost policy of The Prudential at age 30. See our agent ?bout cost at your age. Ambrose A. Whalen, Honesdale, Pa.