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THE CITIZEN, FiUtytt, DISC. 22, 1011.
weighing about twelve hundred,
lood worker, slncle or double. In-
py AnnF.PTATlT.R nHItlHTMAH
gift Imported, Genuine Canary
V SPRINGFIELD RIFLE AND A
box of shells only $4 at Erk Bros.
V rare bargain. Come and Inspect.
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street, a lot suitable for factory
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lwelllng. Property will be sold alto-
ory will be sold separately. Apply
o Chas. A. McCarty, Honesdale, Pa.
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qulre at Allen House. 33t2
farm as a Christmas present.
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silver by Sommer, Jeweler and
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engraved free of charge. G. P.
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bath, on first floor, 1019 Court
treet. Inquire Bentley Brothers, tf
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December a discount of ten per
ent. will bo given on all cash pur
hases. G. P. Sommer, Jeweler and
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he largest assortment in Wayne
ounty to select from. 7Ctf
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ten per cent, discount when you
all to purchase goods at Sommer's
ewelry Store. abtl
The Citizen wishes all Its read-
Start thenew year right by sut-
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The Honesdale Citizen publish-
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The Scranton Times and Truth
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lave seen. a. nne tnree-eoior cover
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The pupils of -the Seelyville
nciivmuai aluminum arinkinEr cuds
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One performance only by "Tho
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regular moving picture perform-
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The remains of Mrs. Dymnlem-
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evenins ana were convevea to tne
nome 01 nor sister, Mrs. jsawara
Turnberger of Moran street. The
funeral, which was largely attended,
o'ciock. itev. jawara BurKe cele
brated a rcqulum mass. Interment
was made in St. John's cemetery.
Sho is survived by her husband and
one son, two sisters and one broth
er. Fancy Rockers, $1,50 at Brown's
Furniture store. . 100t3
Parlor Tables, 12.00 at Brown's
Furniture store, 100t3
Screens, J1.B0, at Brown's Furni
ture store. " ' 100t3
Born, a daughter, to Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Riley, Thursday, Union
"The Old Homestead" will bo
the attraction at the 'Lyric Thurs
day evening, December 28.
Lamps which were replaced by
lectrlc lights, are being put to use
along the routes where the electric
lights do not reach.
The many friends of Mrs. John
E. Richmond will be pleased to learn
that sho is recovering from the
shingles. Miss Anna Ward is nurse
In charge. '
Application has been made to
Governor Tener for a charter for
the "Fairview Lake Association."
The incorporators are A. B. Stilger,
Now York City, H. J. Atkinson and
W. C. Knapp, both of Hawley.
A marriage license was Issued
December 20, 'to Thomas Dolpb. and
LJzzie Crossman, both of 'Waymart.
They were to be married Wednesday
night, by Rev. Morris, a Baptist
minister, at the home of the bride's
The Glen Dyberry cemetery is
noted ror its many handsome and
costly monuments, the 'artistic work
mainly or Martin Caufield. Recent
ly Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Richmond have
Improved the William Reed lot by
regradlng and receding,, and install
ing two slate vaults, also enlarging
the monument, the artistic work of
Agents of tho State Dairy and
Fo' d Bureau have made eighteen- ar
rests in Luzerne and Lackawanna
counties for the sale of non-alcoholic
drinks containing saccharin, a chemi
cal preparation used to sweeten the
'beverage, and for use of coal tar
dyes. This number of arrests is the
largest made In any section in months
tor such sales and is the result of
some extensljve sampling on tho
J. C. Smith, foreman of the
Herald office, has accepted a similar
position with the Port Jervls Dally
Gazette. Mr. Smith is a capable
young man, an artistic job composi
tor and practical printer. iHo will
have charge of the 'mechanical de
partment of that paper, which under
new administration, Is greatly Im
proved. Editor M. V. Rlckards Is
giving the people of Port Jervls and
vicinity an ideal newspaper. Mr.
Smith will leave 'Honesdale January
Eddie Murphy's White Mills
Basket Ball team vs. the "Rink Five"
at the Rink on Friday night prom
ises to be one of the best if not the
best game of the season, as White
Mills v on from the strengthened
Hawley team last Wednesday night
by a good score, and Hawley gave
tb,e "Rink Five" the hardest game
they have had. The "Rink Five," Tsy
the way, "have played eight games
and lost none and scored 245 points
to their opponents 101. The Susque
hanna Giants will play two games
of basket 'ball here on New Year's
William Bentz, of Newark, is
home for tho holidays.
August 'Kupfer, 'Brooklyn, will
spend tho holidays in Honesdale.
Mrs. Leah Sterling, of New' York,
visited Mrs. M. P. Kesler last week'.
Miss Estella Congdon is quite ill
with lagrippo at her home on East
Miss Charlotte Bullock is home
from Columbian University, New
Mrs. Jacob Dalles, Sr., and Nlch
las Niert, both of Texas No. 4, are
Miss Rena Keen, of Orange, N. J.,
is spending the holiday season with
Charles McMullen has entered the
employ of the Gurney Electric Ele
Mr. and Mrs. Dan 'Acker and son,
Philip, of Damascus, spent Wednes
day In Honesdale.
Miss Marie McDormott will spend
the coming week with relatives in
Jersey City and Now York.
Miss Lucia Bristol left Thursday
morning for a weeks' sojourn with
relatives In New Haven, Conn.
Miss MargarSt (Hlller, who is
studying domestic science at State
College, Is home for two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence McGInnls
of Brooklyn, N. Y., are spending the
holidays with Jlonesdalo relatives.
G. W. Decker will spend Christ
mas with Mr. and Mrs. Willard
Coon and his wife at Clark's Green.
Qharles Canfleld Is spending a
week with his mother and brother,
Frank, in Port Jervls. The latter Is
Henry Rehbeln left Thursday for
New York City, where he will spend
Christmas with his daughter, Miss
Thomas Garvey, manager of the
Bell Telephone company, of Carbon
dale, was a business caller in Hones
Walter O'Connell, who has been
working for the past week at the
New York office of the Gurney Elec
tric Elevator Company, has returned.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Bassett
leave to-day for the metropolis. They
will spend the holidays with relatives
at Mt. Vernon, N. Y., and Nyack-on-the-Hudson.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L. Schuller
and daughter, Margaret, of Upper
Montclair, N, J., are expected here
Friday evening to spend the holidays
with relatives in Honesdale.
Miss Grace F. Hanlan, a senior at
the Mansfield State Normal school,
arrived home Thursday to spend the
holidays with her parents, Prothono
tary and Mrs. M. J. Hanlan.
Miss Lydia Relfler and Miss Mar
garet Tamblyn, who have been in the
metropolis learning the milliner's
art, are home. The former does not
intend to return to New York.
Miss Blanche Pierce of tho Cooms
Conservatory of Music, Philadelphia,
is spending her vacation at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
Pierce, Ridge street.
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Crossley and
family leave. Saturday for Blngham
ton Where they will attend the gold
en anniversary on. Monday of Rev.
and, Mrs. J, B. . Sumner, parents ofj
Mrs; Crossley.' ' M '
Mrs. Mary Simpson, of Keen, Is
visiting friends in town. -
Charles Keen and sister, Miss
Nora Keen, of Keens, spent Thursday
Mrs. Jas. Lindsay and daughter,
Mrs. Vina Wdatherbeo, spent Wed
nesday in Scranton.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Callaway leave
Saturday for Dunmore, whore
Christmas will be spent with rela
A. W. Larrabee, of Starrucca, was
a caller In Honesdale on Thursday.
Rev. James Rainey, of Aldenvllle,
was in town on Thursday.
Eugene Canfleld, of St. Bonaven
ture's College, Allegheny, and sister,
Miss Helen, of Mt. Saint Mary's Col
lege, of Scranton, will arrive Satur
day evening to spend Christmas at
their home on Park street.
Fitch Leonard, for years deputy
sheriff of Susquehanna county, has
been appointed a clerk In the Audi
tor uenerars Department. Mr. Leon
ard will assume his office on January
1. He lives in Montrose and Is one
of the well-known residents of the
Miss Flossie Bryant, of Smith Col
lege, Northampton, Mass., arrived
home Wednesday and will spend the
holidays with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Bryant. Her two sisters,
Misses Pearl, of Mount Upton, N. Y.,
and Olive, of Mlddleville, N. Y., are
expected homo on Saturday.
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for your bathroom in the line of
C. Petersen displays antique brass
and copper ware and a line of jew
elry. Old Santa, the children's friend,
is in J. B. Nielsen's window, where
an endless amount of Christmas
presents are displayed.
C. 'Roeschlau has Bhoes for father,
mother, sister and brother.
Bregsteln Bros. Well did you
see the artistic arrangement of
gents' furnishings and clothing?
Worth your w'hlle to peep In.
F. G. Peters has two nicely trim
med windows that are suggestive of
Paul Frederic, confectioner, Is
well supplied to meet all demands.
'Have you noticed his windows?
The Globe's windows are trimmed
with a number of good suitable
C. C. Jadwln has artistically dis
played many different things that
would make unique presents.
Mrs. J. A. Spruks' 'hats are the
season's latest models.
John Smith's shoes fit all feet.
Erk Bros.' display of aluminum
ware, etc., attracts the 'housekeeper's
Freeman Bros, have a neat dis
play of gents' furnishings.
Menner & Co's windows are very
attractive and represent ,a number
of articles that would make appro
priate Christmas gifts for household
members. ( A
I. B. Blown has a number 'of sug
gestive presents in his window.
A. M. Leine's both stores attract
the shopper's eye and offer numerous
suggestions for, the artful buyer.
Katz Bros.' three panel windows
are artistic in their arrangement. A
Christmas scene is reproduced in the
north window, while milady's dress
suitings occupy the center window
and a rug display in tho south win
dow. Murray Co's large plate glass front
affords excellent opportunity for a
display and the firm has taken ad
vantage of it. It's worth your while
to look in their windows.
C. M. Betz has trunks, traveling
bags and dress suit cases galore.
John (Loercher invites the public
to Inspect his window by displaying
a fine dining room set.
Edward Deitzer has the latest and
up-to-date styles of shoes artistical
Stegner & 'Sons' grocery store front
windows and store Is tho model of
neatness and variety of goods.
Galvin & Theobald display all
kinds of hardware supplies.
Frank Myers & Son have two at
tractive windows. They represent
banks of snow upon which are shoes
PENSION IULIj HAS KEEN
PASSED I1Y THE HOUSE.
Sherwood Measuro Goes Through,
Despite Strong Opposition,
The Sherwood service pension bill
which would, add upwards of ?40,
000,000 to the government annual
expenditures by granting Increased
pensions to Civil and Mexican war
veterans on the basis of length of
service, was passed by Congress last
Tuesday, despite the determined op
position of many leaders. Secretary
of the Interior Fisher had estimated
that the bill would add ?75,000,000
to the pension roll if the four hund
red thousand veterans eligible take
advantage of the increased wage.
The bill now goes to the Bonate
where there is a disposition to pass
some form of amended service pen
Senate leaders, however, 'Will pro
ceed slowly in the consideration of
Tho Sulloway age pension hill,
passed by the houBe last spring, fail
ed of passage In the senate at that
time. This Republican measure was
offered unsuccessfully In the house
as a substitute for the Sherwood bill.
Scores of. amendments were offered
and a hard but unsuccessful fight
was made to have a straight $1 a
day pension bill established without
regard to the length .of service of the
The Sherwood bill would establish
the following basis of pensions; For
service for ninety days to six months,
$15 per month; from six to nine
months, J20 per month; from nine
months to one year, $25 per month;
more than one year, $30 per month.
Two important changes were mado
in the Sherwood bill during the all
day foattle over It. A Joint amend
ment by Representative Rauch, of
Rev. A. L. Whlttaker will hold ser
vice in White Mills on Sunday, Dec.
24, at 3:15 p. m. and on Christmas
morning at 8:30. The latter service
will consist of Holy Communion and
Grace Episcopal church, Sunday,
Dec. 24: 10:30 a. m., morning ser
vice; sermon on text "And it shall
be said in that day, Lo, this is our
God; we have waited for Him, and
He will save'us." Sunday school at
12 M. At 7:30 p. m. will occur the
Christmas Eve service of the Sunday
school with special music by the
members of the school and a brief
On Monday, Christmas morning, at
10:bo, there will be the full Christ
mas service, with Holy Communion
and sermon. The programme of
special music is printed elsewhere in
"The Feast of Lights," a most
beautiful and impressive Christmas
service, will be presented in the Bap
tist church of Hawley next Sunday
evening. A silver offering will be
'CHRISTMAS IN THE CHURCHES.
Central Methodist Church,
Will H Hlller Minister.
Order of services Sunday, Dec. 24,
10:30 a. m.
1 Organ Prelude, Mrs. iN. J. Spen
2 Hymn No. 107.
3 Apostles Creed'
4 Anthem "BirtH
X 1 .1 Y I . Y. 'I
of a King"
a 'Prayer. '
6 Double Quartette "Brightest
and Best," (Dudley Buck), Misses
Holland, Jones, Arnold, and Mrs.
Bullock; Messrs. Dibble, Hay ward,
Butler and Callaway.
7 Responsive Scripture Lesson.
8 Offertory Solo (Selected), Miss
9 Scripture Lesson.
10 Anthem "There the Shep
herds" (Spence), choir.
11 Hymn--No. 125.
12 .Sermon Subject, "In Search of
a King," Rev. 'Will H. Hlller.
13 Hymn No. 119.
Evening 7:30 O'clock.
1 Organ Prelude.
2 'Hymri 'No. 116.
3 Prayer. ,
4 Double Quartette, "Star of
Peace," (H. Parker), Misses Ar
nold and Jones; Mesdames Bullock
and Jenkins; Messers. Dlbhle.'Hay
ward, Callaway and Butler.
5 Scripture Lesson.
.6 Offertory Anthem.
7 Hymn No. 109.
,8 Solo "Prince of Peace" (Gelbel)
, C. J. Dibble..
9 Sermon "Why the .King Came."
'Rev. Will H. Hlller.
10 Hymn No. 631.
Chorus, "Hall to the King."
Chorus and solo "Christmas Time
-(A.galn."-. , .
Solo," Miss Steelman.
Chorus and solo "Glory Be to
Solo, Miss Elise Krantz.
Chorus and solo "King of O:
Solo, Miss Jane Hagerman.
'Solo "Oh King Eternal," Miss
Solo "A Christmas Song," Miss
Christmas Morning Music, Graco
Prelude Music from Lohengrin.
Processional Adeste Fldeles.
Te Deum In A Schnecker.
Hymn "O Little Town of Bethle
hem." Kyrie Naylor. '
Gloria Tlbl C. Marks.
Hymn "It Came JJpon tho Midnight
Offertory "O Little Babe of Bethle
Gloria in Excelsls Chant.
Recessional "Calm On the LIst'ning
Ear of Night."
Postlude March-" Dudley Buck.
Miss Mabel Broad, organist and choir
church, Rev. J. W. Balta, priest.
masses at u, a:au ana iu:3U a. m.
St. John's Roman Catholic church,
Itev. T. M. Hanley, priest. Masses at
6 and 10 o'clock, High, and 8 o'clock
In St. John's Ev. Lutheran Church.
Sunday A. M 10:30.
"Die Edle Welhnachts Gabe."
7:30 P. M "A Great Mystery."
Monday a. m., 7 o'clock, "The
'Monday evening, 7 o'clock, Sunday
School Christmas service.
"The Golden Dawn," arranged by
Adam Gelbel, Interspersed with ex
ercises. The Angelic Choir. The
Visit of the Shepherds. The Homage
of the Wiso Men. Solos, duets, etc.
For Infants ana Children.
Tho Kind You Have Always Bought
Indiana, and Cox of Ohio, struck out
the provision denying entrance to
federal soldiers' home, of veterans
receiving more than $25 a month
pension and refusing to state homes
federal aid for the support of such
pensioners. The restriction against
the payment of any pension to a vet
eran whose Income exceeds $1,500
a year was voted out on the motion
of Representative Rucker of Colo
WHY YOU 11
EOAUSE it gives you
BECAUSE it gives you
the county news.
BECAUSE it gives you
tho state news.
BECAUSE it gives you
tho general news.
BECAUSE it gives you,
up to date pointers on your
BECAUSE it furnishes
entertainment for you and
BECAUSE it tells you
where to get tho best bar
gains. BECAUSE it helps you
to be a good citizen".
BECAUSE it booms the
town and helps tho commu
nity. BECAUSE it stands for
better roads, better streets,
better homes, bettor farms
and better business.
BECAUSE your patron
age will help to .make it a
better paper and one more
ablo to promote these and
other desirable things.
the Special Christ
For an out-of-the-ordinary and different
line- of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
Brassware and leather novelties,
ROWLAND has the goods." And
"You must admit ROWLAND gives the
Ye Qifty Lookin' Shop."
1 Farmers & Mechanics 1
If your boy or girl is taught habits
of thrift and self control, such habits
will follow them through life.
& This Christmas give them a Savings
account with a small amount to their
credit at this bank and encourage
them to save systematically.
l This will not only benefit them finan
cially but bring them in contact with
business principle band have a tendency
to teach them the habit of saving as
they go along.
Farmers & Mechanics Rank 1 1 E ST
No Oil AVell Here.
The oil well Item that appeared in
the last Issue of The Citizen was
clipped from the Groat Bend Plain
dealer and In some manner tho desk
editor Inadvertently omitted tho
name of the paper from which tho
clipping was taken. The well Is lo
cated at Great , Bend or Hallstead,
Susquehanna county. In .case that
oil Is found in that locality, Hones
dale and other places will rejolco'
with our neighboring town.
Ladles' Desks, $4,50 at Brown's
Furniture store. 100t3
Wayne Gouunty Savings Bank
' The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Wayne County Sav
ings Bank for the election of direc
tors, will be held at the 'Banking
TUESDAY, JAN. O, 1012,
between the hours of three and four
o'clock p. m.
H. S. SALMON, Cashier.
Honesdale, Pa., Dec. 19, 1911.
THINK OF IT !
An Apothecary Shop as a Xmas Store I
We have a Choice and Attractive Line
when it comes to Practical Things,
We also carry a Full Line of the
ucuei uiaaa ui
Dependable Drucs and Drue Sundries
always on hand.
I ifl IP x Pharmacy!
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