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TllE CFri2BN. FKihAY, SEPT. 8, 1011.
ScmMVeckly Founded 1008; Weekly Founded 1844.
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The policy of the The Citizen is to print the local news in an inttr&ttinp
manner, to summarize the neics of the world at large, to fight for the right as this
paper sees the right, without fear or favor to the end that it may serve the best
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Qn Tuesday, a small boy on his way to school ran across the State
Bridge gjam-bang into an automobile which turned the corner from Main
street Into Twelfth. Fortunately, the little chap was not seriously hurt,
and the conduct Of the automobillst, who picked the boy up and drove
"him" in the machine to a dpptors was all that it shpuld be,
The accident waa not due to any carelessness on the part of the
.motorist because his Jipyn was tooting away before be turned the corner.
"Neither was. the accident flue to any fault of the small boy whose head
barely reaches half way up'tbs irOR partition which separates the roadway
from the passenger walk. -. ' 1
ii. The accident Wfts "entirely 'due to the fact that the average passer-by
"S much less a small boy is not tall enough to look over the partition,
and as it is of one solid sheet of iron, of course no one can look through It.
As the accident Tuesday clearly demonstrates, serious accidents are
Jiable to .occur at either end of the bridge unless something is done to pre
"vent'tliem, T " 1 . 1 --:,-- -t ywMfilio ..
Tho simplest way, it seems to Us, for reducing this danger to a lnlnl
'Inum, Is to cut a number of parallel slits in the Iron sheet on each sldo of
the roadway, so that pedestrians may stop before crossing Twelfth street
or Park Place if they see a vehicle is going to Urn the corner. As it is
now, pedestrians cannot see through and often cannot hear tho automo
bile horn because of the high partitions now standing.
Many days have elapsed since Zach Walker, the negro who killed a
white man and then tried to kill 'himself, was dragged from the hospital
by the Coatesville mob, and thrust time and again into the fire until he
was burned to a crisp, and yet nothing or, at least, very little, has
been done towards removing the stain of that crime from the fair name
of the State of Pennsylvania.
There has been talk; lots of talk but no results.
The Governor, the Attorney General and the District Attorney of the
county have all talked of their determination to use all their power to
bring the murderers to justice.
Judge Butler, on the bench at 'West Chester, in charging the grand
jury, said that every person present in the mob, whether actually partici
pating in the burning or not, was guilty of murder, and some half dozen
persons have been arrested and indicted. But they are mostly boys or
persons of no Influence in the community, while it was said at the time
and has been continually repeated since, that the mob was largely com
posed of those well known, not a few of them leading citizens.
It will not do to make scapegoats of a few obscure individuals, while
the men whose responsibility is the greatest are permitted to escape on the
jlea that they cannot be identified so as to secure conviction, and we
"Hrust that "no such attempt is to bo made.
It is reported that Attorney General Bell and District Attorney
Gawthrop have agreed upon a plan of action to secure the indictment of
those higher up than any yet in custody, by the Grand Jury which has
not yet made its final report. There should be no doubt of their success if
they are really in earnest, and if Chester county is worthy of the good
name that it has had in the past. ' The State and county authorities cannot
escape their responsibility in this matter. The people look to them to
vindicate tho name of Pennsylvania, as a Commonwealth in which sum-'
mary vengeance cannot be visited upon any one, no matter how humble
or how criminal he may be a Commonwealth in which justice is admin
istered according to law.
Can't Something bo Done?
Editor The Citizen:
I saw in the Toledo Blade an ac
count where the western ranchmen
are to have a meeting to see what
can be done about the high price of
meat. .They claim that the beef
cattle were never cheaper than they
have 'been the past year, and the
middlemen are making 300 per cent,
profit. Is that right? Now let us
look to home for example. The
butchers are the same with the
same per cent, profit. If a farmer
goes to them and wants to sell them
a dressed hog, they will tell them
they have lots on hand, and that
they are cheap, as all they are giv
ing is from G to 8 cents per pound,
and are willing to buy in a few days.
The price of meat which they aro
selling is lower than it has been.
But let a customer ask for a few
pounds of meat and they will tell
you how scarce it is, and will charge
you from 1C to 40 cents per pound.
Now I wish something could be done
in Wayne county. I would suggest
that the Grangers start a regular
Grange store where they could get
what their meat and other produce
Is worth, so as to make the meat
dealers come down on tho price of
their meat, as it is as dear now as it
was during war times.
Special to The Citizen.
HAWLEY, Pa., Sept. 7. Vaca
tion days for our school children
ended on Tuesday. Teachers -who
have summered here returned to
their duties. Among them were:
Miss Olga 'Buck and Miss Edna Lewis
who toach in the state of New Jer
sey. Miss Delia Woodward has returned
from an extended visit with Paupack
friends and after a few days spent
with her sister, Mrs. J. S. Ames,
here, she will go to her home at
Adelia, Ba., for tho winter.
Rer. Rudolf Lucas 1b home again
from his annual rest. Preaching
services were resumed In tho church
on Sunday.
Wm. Watts and Rsinhard Warg,
by the Citizen Publishing Company.
at the postoffice. Honesdale, Pa.
of regular advertising rates. Notice
churches or for charitable purposes
ihc vvujtiy.
With their wives, motored to New
York City, Sunday morning to be
present at the Labor Day demonstra
tions on Monday. They returned on
RaymOhd Williams, the popular
and efficient chef at Hotel Denison,
is spending his vacation in Bingham
ton. ,
Alex. Correll and daughters visit
ed the cemetery at South Canaan on
Sunday, placing flowers on the grave
of the wife and mother of whom
they were so recently bereft.
Mr. Stelnbauer, Ashland, Pa., was
calling on friends here Friday.
J. D. Ames and wife entertained
company from Dunmore Saturday
One of Scranton's lady vocalists
pleased a large audience with her
sweet singing at the Saturday night
performance at the Hippodrome.
The same evening Dreamland's man
ager presented a high class show to
a full house.
'Mrs. Lewis, who spent the sum
mer in Sullivan county, N. Y., has
returned to the home of her son,
Merton, with whom she will remain
for tho winter.
Rev. C. F. Smalley of the Baptist
church, is conducting revival meet
ings, assisted by Rev. N. H. Heft and
wife of Lancaster, Pa. Mr. Haff has
charge of the song service and his
wife is an able assistant with her
strong, rich alto voice. Despite the
rainy weather the attendance was
encouraging during the week. These
meetings will continue next week.
Mrs. McDonald will return to her
homo at Marinette, Wis., tho latter
paTt of tho week.
Miss Underbill, one of tho High
school faculty, with her mother from
Connecticut, will occupy the new
Guinn building just completed.
Jacob Kudor and daughters,
Freda and Anna, who have been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. Wetzel, re
turned to their home at Bayonne,
N. J., on Tuesday.
D. D., Bartleson, Kane, Pa., has
been visiting his sister, Mrs. G.
Crane and Mrs. T. R. Olmstead at
M. A. Barrett, who for several
years conducted a store on 'Keystone
street, has accepted Ji position as
travelling salesman for a New York
grocery house.
It. W. Murphy has purchased for
I use In his office- at the Keystone
cutting shop, a latest Improved Oil -
ver typewriter.
An exciting -runaway occurred oil
Friday about 9 o'clock a. m. when
the Paupack Power company's big
bays went sailing down Main avenue
at a break-neck rate. The driver,
Lewis Blackmore, had them at the
freight station where he was loading
some mrniture. 'lie naa a lew pieces
loaded when something frightened
the team and away they went. They
were caught at the Wayne County
Hotel barn. While there was but
slight damage done to the horses or
wagon the furniture was well shak
en up.
H. M. Jones and L. R. Smith,
Newfoundland, were In town last
James McCloskey, who has been
spending the summer with his par
ents on the East side has gone to
resume his duties as principal of
Jessup High school.
Mrs. Donachy has moved into the
Taft building on Main avenue.
Wednesday of this week was wed
ding day for three young couples of
this town; names and particulars
next week.
Mrs. Gilmer sans a solo in tho
Methodist church Sunday evening
that was greatly appreciated.
Mrs. B. P. Ripley is with her
daughter at Forty Fort for a short
stay. 1
Mrs. Ella Hittinger and children
returned this mornine from a fnrt.
night's visit at Poughkeepsle and
other points along the Hudson.
James Sheeley accompanied his
brother Philii). of LaWlllfi. tn
Scranton. on Monday. The Iattpr 1st
having an artificial arm fitted.
Miss Tlllie Lindau, Uswick, took
the early morning train on Tuesday
for Philadelphia where she will
spend some time with her sister.
Uliaries uea has broken ground
for the foundation of a house on
Belleinonto avenue,
Rev. Mr. Kess was the sneaker in
the Baptist church Tuesday evening.
It was a mlsslonery discourse in
which he gave an interesting account
of his travels in the Congo Free
state, Africa. 'He said there the na
tives accept the Gospel called by
them (the Word of of God). 'A na
tive preacher begs his hearers to re
pent lest when they die they will go
to tne oaa piaco where it is oternal
Iy cold, using tho opposite term
from tho one used in this country, as
heat has no terror for the natives.
They can scarcely endure a slight
chilly day and don't seem to know
how then to protect themselves. In
stead of wearing more clothing at
such times in the hottest weaher on
their state occasions they don their
Prince Albert coats and high silk
hats, which they get second-hand
of the traders from England, and
wearing their blankets they present
a very ludicrous and uncomfortable
appearance. However, they feel
proud and well satisfied with them
selves thus arrayed. A most deplor
able heathen belief of theirs is 'witch
craft. When one of them die they
think one or more of their number
are possessed of a witch or evil spirit
which caused the death. Such sus
picious ones are selected and are
given a poisonous drink from which
they usually die. Such as survive
are considered free of the evil spirit)
Royal Kimble, Scranton, spent
Labor Day with his brothen, Clar
ence, at the Home Laundry, on
Church street.
The two base ball games and the
Walker hop at Odd Fellows' Hall in
the evening constituted tho town
amusements on Labor Day. The re
sult of the ball games was a com
plete victory for the home team,.
they winning both games. The
score In the forenoon game was 9
to C in favor of the local team and
in the afternoon still better for us,
13 to a.
William Runyon, a glass cutter.
will move to Bingha:mton, N. Y., on
A child of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson,
who lives in one of the Schlagerj
brick buildings, is very sick and un
der the care of Dr. Fred Lobb.
Mrs. Ella Hittinger returned from
her visit very sick. Dr. A. C. Voigt
was called and we are glad to note
that she is some better.
Relnhard Thielke, who was re
cently our genial Penn Avenue
wheelwright, but now employed at
'Poughkeepsie, N. Y., has been pass
ing a few days in town.
A jolly fishing party comprising
Winfield Baisden, John A. Hoover,
Charles Furst and Henry Beamer
Now these men are expert fishermen
went to 'Peck's Pond, Pike county,
last weeK for a few days outing.
Now these men are expert fishermen
and had a fine catch for this time in
the season, bringing back with
them 40 pickerel, about 100 catfish
and 19 eels.
Mrs. John A. Hoover has been
visiting her daugliter, Mrs. Voorhls,
at Allendale, N. J. She returned
home last week accompanied by her
daughter who will spend a few
weeks with her here.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stone and son,
Earl, of Scranton, spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Byron Edwards.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crane. New
York City, spent the past week visit
ing tho home of J. E. Mandeville.
Misses Nettie, Kitty and Ella
Decker, who have been working dur
ing the summer at Neverslnk, N. Y.,
returned home last week.
Emery Mandeville, Easton, spent
Labor Day with his parents and
Special to The Citizen.
ALDENVILLE, Pa., Sept. 7. On
Wednesday, Sept. 13, will occur the
reopening exercises of the M. E.
church. The L. A. S. of this church
"have made extensive improvements
on the church edlfico including pap
erlng, painting and the replacing of
the old windows with tine new
stained glass windows. On the even
ing of the above date a special ser
vice will be conducted at Which time
District Superintendent Murdock will
preach and special music will be ren
dered. The Republican caucus met on
Saturday last and Placed the names
of the following candidates for the
respective' offices: Overseer of the
Poor, B. W. LUlle; school directors,
Frank Roe, Orson Llllie, A. J. Wil
cox and VI E. Snedeker; auditor, M.
E. Pethick; supervisor, J, B. Var
coe. The new election rooms in the
1 basement of the High school building
. are very commodious.
Tho Union Sunday school Dlcnlc
will be held on Saturday next at Elk
Lake In J. Slncentine's grove.
The schools of the township open
ed on Monday, September 4; Miss
Margurite Kennedy and Miss Ada
Hopkins are employed in the local
schools and Miss Gladys Haunsteln
is located at the Edenvale school.
J. E. Remsen and mother, Mrs.
J. R. Remsen, Brooklyn, James L.
Curtis and family of Parsons, spent
Sunday and Monday with relatives
at this place.
On Saturday last a large and en
thusiastic crowd witnessed the de
feat of Hawley base ball team by the
home team by the. score of 4 to 1.
Gregor, who pitched for Aldenvllle,
really deserved a shutout but with
two down in the ninth, a Hawley
Red Jacket, who was caught between
third and home, finally scored when
Shields threw wildly to Tarkett.
Tho Hawley score:
R. H. O. A. E.
Tarkett, 3b 0 1 3 1 1
Ritter, If 2 0 0 0 0
Shields, c 0 112 2 1
Gregor. p 0 0 1 2 0
Curtis, lb 1 1 6 0 2
Davis, cf 0 0 0 0 0
Glanville, 2b 0 0 2 2 0
Starnes, ss 0 1 3 3 0
Rohlfs, rt 1 1 0 0 0
Totals 4 7 27 10 4
R. H. O. A. E.
Wilson, 2b 0 1 0 1 1
Mack, 3b 1 1 1 0 1
Rose, cf 0 0 0 0 0
Gilpin, If 0 0 0 0 0
Murtha, c 0 0 9 1 0
Arnold, ss 0 0 1 1 0
McCloskey, p 0 0 1 0 1
Haggerty, rf 0 1 0 0 0
Hittinger, lb.,.Tj..O 0 12 10
' rr7' : i -., , ; :
Totals 1 3 24 4 3
The local team was disappointed
on Monday, Labor Day, when a team
from Forest City failed to appear.
tSpecial to The Citizen.
TYLER HILL, Pa., Sept. 6. The
High school opened yesterday with
about the usual number of scholars.
Prof. Lodge is the principal of the
school and Miss Noble and Miss von
Sothern are the assistants. A new
flag pole has been erected this sum
mer and the Stars and Stripes float
ed over the playground on the first
day of school. The Senior class is
tho largest in the history of the
school and it Is to be hoped that
every member will be able to grad
uate next June. While all the pupils
regret the sudden resignation of
Prof. Pethick, yet there Is no good
reason why, with the present fac
ulty, the work done this year should
be at all inferior to tho splendid
work achieved last year. Miss
Betts teaches .In the primary room
while our own school Is headed by
one of our own girls, Miss Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. John Johnston, of
Dundeo, Scotland, also Andrew
Johnston, of Los Angeles, Cal., are
spending a rew days with Kennedy
P. Johnston of this place.
Joshua Boucher, who has been at
tending school in New York, has re
turned home.
Joseph Johnston returned Satur
day from Lake 'Huntington where he
has spent the summer in the em
ploy of John Wragge, New York
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Welsh and
children, Bessie, Sadie, and Orville,
and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stalker and
son, Wilfred, attended tho Stalker
family reunion at Abrahamsville last
Mrs. Perry Ellison and son, Alon-
zo, recently returned from a visit to
Port Jervis relatives.
Miss Imelda Brown, Blnghamton,
N. Y., is visiting friends at this
Special 10 The Citizen.
CALKINS, Pa., Sept. 7. Many of
our young people have commenced
their schools this week.
Miss Carrie Clark has been visit
ing friends In Peckville for the past
week. From there she will accom
pany her sister, Anita, to Blooms
burg, where the latter will attend
Charles Boyd Is suffering from an
attack of appendicitis.
Miss Alma Noble, who took a
summer course at Cornell Univer
sity, has resumed her same position
as vice-principal at Damascus.
Dr. Spear and family, who have
been camping at Boyd's Pond, re
turned to their home in Dunmore on
Thursday last.
Mrs. William Crocker enjoyed a
surprise birthday dinner given by
her children and families on Sun
day last.
Special to The Citizen.
STERLING, Pa., Sept. 7.The
Sterling schools opened Tuesday
with tho fololwihg teachers: George
A. Rheiraer, principal of tho High
by local applications, as they can-
not reach the diseased portion of the
ear. There Is only one way to cure
deafness, and that is by constitu
tlonal remedies. Deafness Is caus
ed by an Inflamed condition of the
mucous lining ot the Eustachian
Tube. When this tube Is Inflamed
you have a rumbling sound or Im
perfect hearing, and when it Is en
tirely closed, Deafness is the result.
and unless the Inflammation can be
taken out and this tube restored to
its normal condition, hearing will
be destroyed forever; nine cases out
ol ten are caused by Catarrh, which
is nothing but an Inflamed condition
of tho mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dol
lars for any case of Deafness (caus
ed by catarrh) that cannot be cured
by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for
circulars, free.
Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75 c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for cdn
school; George I. Gilpin, Intermedi
ate, and Laura A. Gilpin, primary:
Margarite HIowo at Jericho; Pearl
Green at Webster's and Lidia Lesher
at Zlon. Alfred F. Swingle has been
engaged to cart the Leetown pupils
to the High school.
David A. Cross is now in tho em
p!oyr.,? .tho Westlnghouse company
at Pittsburg.
air. and Mrs. Granville Webster.
t-iitsuurg, are guests at Mr. and
jura. vj. rj, weDStor s.
Tho repairs on the parsonage barn
are now complete.
The cantatta given by the church
uuuii- iraaseu on very nicely and
about ?22 was realized which
amount will lm fl nnilorl nr 4.1
sonago barn account. Refreshments
.vcic uibu eei veu ay tne Ladles' Aid.
For the past two years George C.
Shearer has faithfully served us as
mail carrier, but we now have a
new man and although married and
uo a who auu cnua, is still a bach
elor. Thomas Frazer Is the guest of A.
P.. Howe.
The irons for a new bridge are
now at the Butternut creek.
S. N. Cross spent a very pleasant
week at the Pottsville P. O. S. of A
convention and gave his long report
to Camp on Tuesday night.
Messrs. Brink and Heberling aro
doing the carpenter work at Mr
Fetherman's new house and they
have it nearly completed.
No one Is now complaining that
wo do not have rain enough.
Keep a Box of Mi-O-Jfa in Your
House and You'll Always Have
Some people eat too much, some
Candidate for Prothonotary
Pursuant to the requests of my many friends in the county and
the general understanding three years ago that I should again- offer
myself as a candidate for the nomination for Prothonotary at the com
ing primaries, Sept. 30th, I would
state that after a short start by
way of an education in the public
schools of Wayne county, I com
pleted a course at the A. M. Chis
bro Seminary in Monroe county, N.
Y. My post-graduate course was
about thirty years ia the school
of hard knocks as a farmer and
lumberman Jn Wayne county.
Have met many people in the var
ied relations of a business man
and this long experience has en
abled me to meet many whom I
esteem as friends and gain at
least enough knowledge to appre
ciate the needs and requirements
of my fellow man.
My aim has steadily been to
deal honestly, frankly and fairly
with all and to dearly cherish all
of our country's institutions, and
to encourage and assist every
true effort to maintain and ad
vance them. I invite the fullest
Investigation of my record and
with pleasure refer you to the ex
pression given at tho polls by my AVALLACE J. BARNES,
home district three years ago as Indicative of the feelings of those who
knew me best. Although always a resident and large taxpayer in
Wayne county, I never asked for office except on the aforementioned
occasion when I was defeated by M. J. Hanlan who, though opposed to
me, never, to my knowledge, said or did anything detrimental to me.
I therefore earnestly request your support and promise if nominated
and elected to faithfully perform the duties of the office to the very
best of my ability and in all things observe the spirit of the - Golden
Faithfully Yours,
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ERK BROS., Agents
Honesdale, Pa.
And Folrits in Southwest and Northwest. Ask agents for particulars or
wrlto W. O. Rock, D. P. A. New York City.
drink- too much, and hundreds o
thousands of men smoke too much
especially in tho evening.
Use discretion if you can, but if
you can't; use wisdom. Take two
MI-O-NA stomach tablets before you
go to 'bed and you'll awake minus a
headache in tho morning.
MI-O-NA stomach tablets aro
guaranteed to end Indigestion acute
or chronic; to promptly banish gas,
heartburn, sour risings, etc. They
are the best remedy for dizziness,
'biliousness, nervousness, headache,
constipation, vomiting of pregnancy,
car or sea sickness, foul breath,
nightsweats, bad dreams, coated
tongue, languid feeling.
And a box only costs 50 cents at
G. W. Pell's and druggists everywhere.
Bids will be received at the Com
missioners' office in Honesdale and
Montrose until R n m Thnra4i
Sept. 14, 1911, for tho construction.
u. concrete arcn Dridge over the,
Lackawanna river at Forest City,
bids to be opened in the Council
rooms, Forest City, at 10 a. m., Fri
day, Sept. 15, 1911. Plans and
specifications may be seen at the
Commissioners' office, Honesdale' andt
Montrose, also nf tfco nm nf w t
Maxey, Forest City. All bids must.
ub uixompaniea Dy a certified check,
of at least 10 per cent, of tho
amount Of the hid. Tho rlo-l, lo vo.
served to reject any or all bids. The'
wutractor win give bonds to com
plete the work in GO days.
W. H. TlnE-lnV A T Pnioff T T1
Hawley, commissioners Susquehanna
J. E. Mandeville, J. K. Hornbeck,
T. C. Madden, commissioners Wayne -county.
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