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THE CITIZEN1, FJRIDA1', DEO. 20, 1011.
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SPRINGFIELD RIFLE AND A
box of shells only ?4 at Erk Bros.
street, a lot suitable for factory
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silver by Soraracr, Jowelor and
mn rent six nnnws and
bath, on first floor, 1019 Court
NOTICE! to sunscmuEiis.
"Dec. 11" on tho label of your im-
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uinuur uiui your sunscriniion nceus
A dance will take place at the
ew fa.TR street 'Armorv h'r rlnv. llpn.
9. Admission, 50 cents. Ladles
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Madden of
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Two good games of basket "ball
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ftflrnnnn nnrl flVflnlnrf avJioti tha 3nc-
uehanna Giants and the Rink Pivo
The American Knitting Mill
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Sigmund Katz attended the
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n Hotel Casey, Scranton, by Rev. A.
Anspacher, of the Madison Avenue
Michael Moran succeeds James
nrirow ThnmnHnn. ATr Hnhlnonn
ms ueen a suuerer irom rneumausm
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iirin ms rumps.
The mud is so deen on the
heir shoes to nrevent losinir thorn.
in a vnnnc in n v nnfnrriinnfolv p-nr
Mr. and Mrs. I. A. White and
urn enne Ifnnnntli T.onnv nnrl Qomnol
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S. A. McMullen, Jr.. has been
limn unnw 'no nor rnrinn una
ounaeu, January 1, iuuu. it has de
lared its first dividend amounting
ih iiiii ii NKiiiiiinii uuiiv.
The Sunday school scholars of
ho PrAshvtnrinti rhumb liplrl n.
hfi fihpnal on TiiAsdnv fivoninir.
;andy was afterwards distributed to
iih Till ill ih ni inn Hf'iiuiii.
The perennial drawing power of
"niist m,1 UAmAdUnrl" let Inrl onuf-
hln nnrl Ha Inni riippprh nnrl rnn-
inuous nonularltv are due in no
nconslderable measure to the fact
nat u is a periect transcript 01 na
ure; holding the mirror up to na
uro as do few other nlavs of mod-
rn LiniRS. it. wnn norn nnrfln n cnnii
day twenty years aco. as far back
io ioou, wiiua it xiuu im uiiuui pur-
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on. Year after year since then it
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n the dialoirue and mnrn frannlnn
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nuu uvur uuiuiu. in joanua wnit-
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itnlstrkrvi a a napfant raniiiDnntn(liv n
ho hftfir. find brnndnat tvn nf nn-
nanity, a prosperous, warm-hearted,
leaco-lovlng, God-fearing Yankee
urmer, 11 wni ue euen ul me
rn rPhnnailnv aVAnlna rliui
hould witness." ' " "
Chicken-pox soems to be quite
prevalent among tho young folks.
Emerson W. Oammell has been
elected a director In tho Wayne
County Savings Bank.
Zero weather is being enjoyed
(?) in Colorado. The mercury reg
istered 8 below on Wednesday.
iHonesdalo's glass putting estab
lishment are closed down for the
usual holiday vacation. Tho wheels
will revolve again January 2.
"Myths, Mysteries and Mem
ories of Merry Christmas," written
by Frank P. Woodward, of this
place, will be found on the third
page of to-day's Citizen. Read It.
Postmaster Dreber, of Strouds
burg, took the part of Santa Claus
for the children of that place on
Christmas. He gave each boy and
girl a box of candy that called at the
postoflice between the hours of 2 and
3 o'clock Christmas Day.
Industrial Agent Ira H. Shoe
maker, of the Delaware & Hudson
system, with headquarters in Al
bany, and Q. E. Bates, division
freight and passenger agent of
Scranton, were business callers in
Honesdale on 'Wednesday.
Charles Riley appeared be
fore Justice of tho Peace R. A.
Smith charged with obtaining money
on false pretense from Patrick Mc
Nally. Sentence was suspended for
a week and Riley is held under bail
of 5400 which was furnished by M.
J. Hanlan and F. 'H. Crago.
Two prominent business men of
Honesdale, one of whom has been in
business here for a long time, stated
to tho writer that Saturday, Dec. 23,
was the best business day he ever
saw in this town. He stated that
there were more people on the street
and that they had more money to
spend than usual even at Christmas
At the last regular monthly
meeting of the Business Men's as
sociation the matter of Wednesday
half holiday was discussed. In Car
bondale and other places the mer
chants' mldmeek 'half-holiday is ob
served. The matter is being agitated
by the Business Men's association of
this place. It Is requested that
every merchant and business man
will give it a boost.
The Christmas exercises of the
Sunday school of the First Baptist
church took place Tuesday evening'
in the chapel, and were largely at
tended. About twenty-five children
took part in the services. Candy and
oranges were given to the little
folks, the oranges, a whole box of
them, being a treat from some un
known donor. The collection on
Christmas Day at the First Baptist
church amounted to ?40.
E. C. Van Home, of Park
street, who for the past eight years
has been the local agent for the In
ternational Harvesting company, has
been transfered to Binghamton. ,He
has been made manager of the
BInghamion district which Includes
Broome county, N. Y., Susquehanna
and part of northern Wayne. H.
R. Garrison, of Canisteo, N. Y., will
succeed Mr. Van Horne In this dis
trict. 'Squire Robert A. Smith heard
argument Wednesday afternoon In
tho case of the (Texas township i su
pervisors against Contractor Ctias.
C. Brown, Mayor ChaSi A. McCarty
appearing for the prosecutors, and
Attorney w. H. Lee representing the
defendant. Brown is charged with
stopping and filling up a ditch in
the road in front of his property on
Cliff street. The Justice reserved
Francis Maloney was arrested
on Thursday last by Detective 'N. B.
Spencer. A warrant was Issued last
May prefered against him by his
wife, Bertha Cook Maloney, who is
now in a sanitarium. "Maloney was
charged with deserting his wife and
year-old-son since October 10, 1910.
He was taken before 'Robert A.
Smith, Justice of the Peace, and af
ter a hearing the 'Squire held Ma
laney In 'ball of $200, and In default
of same was committed to Jail.
L. B. Schaffer, of Dunmore, a
supervisor for the Erie Railroad com
pany, has been awarded the first
prize of ?200 for keeping his section
of the road in better shape during
the last year than any other on this
division. His section extends from
Nay Aug to PIttston and Includes the
Jessup and Scranton branches. A
prize of ?50 for the greatest im
provement was divided among C. E.
Barllght. Bertram Buckingham and
George Emery, all of Elmhurst,
A pretty wedding was solemn
ized at the Lutheran parsonage on
Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock,
when Miss Katie D. Drummer of
Long Island was united In matri
mony with Horace W. Cruse of Haw
ley. Mr. Cruse is a glass cutter and
Is employed by the Keystone Cut
Glass Co. at 'Hawley where he Is
well known. The couple was' at
tended by the bride's mother and
Mrs. Selberg of Hawley. The young
couple will go to housekeeping in
Sheriff und'Mrs. M. Lee Braman
left Wednesday for Philadelphia ac
companied by Ella Simpson, the Or
son domestic, who was sentenced to
spend not less than two nor more
than ten years In the Eastern Peni
tentiary for the crime of burglary.
Master William Burger, the youth
ful offender, who pleaded guilty to
stealing a shot gun from Graham
Watts' store, was in the party, too.
He will spend New Year's, perhaps
several of them, at Glen Mills, Dela
Milton 'Russell Is passing the holi
days at his homo here.
Miss Nellie Murtha of "vVilkes-Bar-ro,
Is visiting friends In town.
Daniel Petersen of Lehigh Univer
sity. Is home for the holidays.
Miss Annie Rellly 'has "returned
from a visit to the metropolis.
William Hall, of Wllkes-Barre,
spent Christmas In tho Maple City.
George Harris, Philadelphia, Is a
guest of his parents on River street.
Mrs. George Ort and son James,
are visiting her mother at Strouds
burg. Miss Minnie Bayley of Willow Ave
nue is visiting rolatlyesjn. Wilkes-Bar're".
Mr. and John T. Fuller returned
on Thursday from a fow days in
Fred Glehrer, tatlon agent at'
Hoadleys, spent Sunday with his
Mrs. May Weaver, Scranton, Is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. 'Harry Weaver
of East street.
Editor Wafg of tho Hawley Times,
made Tho Citizen ofllce a pleasant
call last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Fritz
spent Christmas with their daughter
In Centervllle, N. Y.
Wm. Dalles, Elmlra, N. Y., Is
spending the week with Honesdale
friends and relatives.
Miss Mary Murtha of the I. C. S.,
Scranton, spent Christmas at her
home on Erie street.
Albert Krantz of the University of
Pennsylvania, is passing his vacation
with his parents here.
Nelson Lambert of the Holbrook
School at Osslnlng, N. Y., is homo
for the Xmas vacation.
Dr. Lldstone and wife spent the
Xmas holiday with the Iatter'a par
ents at Bloomsburg, Pa.
Harold Van Keuren and wife of
Bethlehem, spent Christmas with his
parents on Court street.
Mrs. Chas. E. Houck and two
children, of Hawley, are spending tho
week with Mrs. Leon Ross.
Miss May Kelly of Hanklns, N. Y.,
Is making an extended visit with her
aunt, Mrs. George P. Ross.
Mr. and Mrs. George Adams of
Jersey City, 'N. J., spent Christmas
with relatives in Honesdale.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Carroll, of
Carbondale, were the guests of rela
tives In town over Christmas.
.Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Brown, Car
bondale, arrived Christmas for a
visit with Honesdale relatives.
Walter Weaver, of Philadelphia,
spend Sunday and Christmas with his
mother on East Extension street.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Schoonover of
Scranton, spent Christmas with tho
former's parents on Court street.
Mrs. A. T. Searlo returned Thurs
day from an extended visit with New
York City and Montclair friends.
Frank and Fred Demer of Hall
stead were guests this week at the
home of their brother, Jacob Demer.
Austin Lyons, Reuben Brown and
Leon iHagarman of the University of
Michigan, are 'home for the holidays.
Isabel Harroun, a teacher In the
public schools of Philadelphia, is
spending the holidays with relatves
Mr. and Mrs. William Heft and son
William of Deposit, came to eat
Christmas dinner with their parents
' William and Frank Donnelly of
Philadelphia, are spending the holi
days with their parents on .Erie
Louis Menner, a printer of New
York City, returned Wednesday after
spending a few days in town with
George B. Perham and wife and
son Wayne, of Clinton, spent Christ
mas with friends and relatives in
Roy Griffiths and wife of Way
mart, spent Christmas with the
former's sister, Mrs. James Miller of
Misses Elizabeth and Emma Hess
were recent visitors at the home of
their sister, Mrs. Herman Meyers of
Thomas Gallagher and wife, Pitts
ton, spent Sunday and Xmas -at the-
home of the formers mother' on
Mr. and Mrs. Oran Mills, of 'Port
Jervls, spent Christmas with the
former's mother, Mrs. Frank Mills of
Mss Anna Reed returned to Bing
hamton on Tuesday after spending
Christmas with her father on East
Charles T. McKenna and Harold C.
Yerkes, traveling salesmen for Kelly
& Stelnman, are spending the holi
days In Honesdale.
George Lancaster, manufacturer of
South Sterling, Is ill at Dr. Hannlck's
sanitarium, this city. Scranton
Mrs. George List of West street, is
entertaining her sons, John of Jean
ette. Pa., and Fred of Binghamton,
N. Y., over the liolidays.
George O. Foster and wife of
Clark's Summit, spent Christmas
with the former's grandmother, Mrs.
Geo. Osborne, of Court stret.-.
William and Edward Berg.np, of
Hallstead, spent tho Christmasrholl
days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George Bergman of Tryon street.
C. W. Voigt, until Saturday mana
ger at the Roller Rink, has resigned
his position here and has accepted a
similar position with 'tho rink at
Miss Estella Wicks, Miss Sarah
Drlscoll and Mrs. John Buerketl, all
of Scranton, are guests at tho home
of Mr, and Mrs. John Loorcher, on
Miss Grace A. Cory, of New York
city, arrived Saturday evening to
spend tho Xmas holidays with ther
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S, Frank Cory
of Court street.
Howard Bentley returned from
New York on Tuesday, where ho
spent Christmas at the homo of his
sister, Mrs. Lorlng R. Gale, of River-dale-on-the-Hudson.
Mr. and Mrs. James Shanley and
William Shanley, all of Chicago, are
being entertained at tho homo of
their father, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Shanley on Church street.
Edmund Flnerty, of Willlamsport,
spent Christmas at the home of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Flnerty.
Miss Agnes Carr Is spending the
week with New York relatives.
W. W. Starbuck and sister, Miss
Sadie Starbuck, of Jersey City
Weights, spent the holidays in
Honesdale. Tho former returned on
Wednesday, but the latter will re
main until New Year's.
Lloyd C. Rosencrans, of Towanda,
who underwent an operation for ap
pendicitis at the Sayre Hospital
about two weeks ago, Is getting along
very nicely and hopes to bo able to
make his parents here a visit soon.
Elmer Taylor, assistant Instructor
of chemistry at Lafayette College,
Easton, arrived here on Friday last
on his way to his homo at Cold
Springs, where he will spend a two
weeks' vacation. Mr. Taylor Is an
other ono of our local High school
men who is "making good," having
graduated In 1905. He immediate
ly went to Lafayette and graduated
Jn 1910, and was retained in 1911 as
a member of the faculty.
Robert Pitman, of Tioga county,
spent a few days In Honesdale, re
cently. Fred Hlller of 'Reading, ipassed
Xmas with his parents on Church
Miss Ida Stelnman, of Deposit, N.
Y., spent a few days in Honesdale,
Ray Thayer is sppndlng the week
with his sister, Mrs. Conrad, of
Wm. and John Reagan of Hall
stead are spending the holidays in
Wlllard Penwarden, of Toronto,
Canada, Is spending the holidays with
Mrs. W. B. Holmes returned from
Brookllnc, Mass., Saturday where she
had gone to spend the holidays, be-
lng called here on account of the ac
cident which befell Mr. Holmes.
I Miss Etta G. Fuerth is in Wllkes
Barre. i Frank Rosencrans of Brooklyn, N.
' Y., spent Christmas in town.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peters spent
Christmas with Scranton relatives.
Horace Lyons of Olyphant, spent
, Christmas with his parents on Park
I Coo Lemenltzer Is spending the
' week with his parents on West
Mrs. L. Palmer of Delaware street,
I Is visiting her daughter in Port
W. K. Suydam, Sr., of Paterson,
N. J., is spending the holidays in
Austin Lyons and Leo Osborno of
Chattanooga, Tenn., are spending a
few days In town.
Mrs. Alex. Messenger, of Carbon
dale, visited friends In town the lat
ter part of tho week.
Mr. and Mrs. William Clark, of
High street, are spending a week
with Scranton relatives.
Miss Clara Eck returned to Now
'York on Thursday morning after
spending Christmas with her par
iMisses Elizabeth Schuerholz ah,d
Kathryn Deltzer are spending a week
in New York city. Before returning
they will visit relatives in Nutley,
Mrs. Mary Donnelly, of Erie
street, 'is spending the holidays with
her sister, Mrs. John Gaffney at
Port Richmond and will spend some
time with her son, John Donnelly,
who Is employed In New York city.
'Mr. and Mrs. Edson Kreitner, of
Scranton, spent Xmas with the form
er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kreit
ner of West street.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Oehlert spent
Christmas with the latter's parents at
Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Evans of
Fifteenth street, went to Wllkes-Barre
on Saturday for several days' Visit
Angus M. Lawyer, New York city,
spent Xmas with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Lawyer, of Thirteenth
'Mrs. Richard Hartnet is spending
some time with her parents on Ridge
( Walter Campbell of Scranton spent
.Christmas at his Ihome here,
j Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Kelleher
and daughter, of Towanda, spent
Xmas with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Roegnor and family.
Miss Florence 'Relfler of Wilson
College, Chambersburg, Pa., is spend
ng the week with her mother on
lorth Main street.
'Miss Anna Corbett, of Seelyvllle, Is
spending a few days with her broth
er at Avoca, Pa.
George Harris, of Philadelphia, is
spending a fow days In town.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred 'Reury of Easton
Is spending some time with the form
er's parents on Spring street.
Roy Smith, Scranton, spent Xmas
with Mr. and Mrs. Jay Smith of West
Mrs. Bessie Wooden and daughter,
Pearl, of Rochester, N. Y., arrived
Sunaay to make an extended visit
with friends and relatives here.
Florence Bunnell spent Sunday
with carbondale friends.
Grace Rottew of Carbondale, spent
Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Rettew of Main street.
Charles Hilton spent Sunday with
friends at Keene's Lake.
Miss Tillie Harder, Corning, N. Y.,
spent Christmas with her family at
George Rettew, of Newark, N. J.,
spent Xmas with Honesdale relatives.
Bernard Rehbein, of Philadelphia,
spent Xmas with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. August Rehbein, of East
Mrs. Robert J. Horton, who has
been spending the past month In
Philadelphia, returned to her home
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Starnes and
children of Carbondale, were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Noyes
on Christmas day.
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Starnes of
Bethany, spent Christmas day with
Eugeno Barnes, of Philadelphia,
visited 'his mother, Mrs. Peter
Barnes of Court street this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Van Keuren
of Pittsburg, spent Christmas .with
his parents on Court street.
Miss Mabel Dexter Is spending her
vacation with her parents on High
'Rov. E. H. Burke spent Sunday at
his home in Carbondale.
Rev. T. M. -Hanloy, 'Who has been
in Scranton for several weeks, re
turned on Friday much improved in
health. Rev. Father Dunn, who has
been hero during Father Hanloy's
absence, returned last Saturday.
Miss Sadie Spettigue was a guest
of Carbondale relatives and friends
Cashier and Mrs. C. A. Emory
spent Christmas in Scranton.
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Mathey of
Boston, Mass., and William Mathey
of Scranton, spent Christmas with
their mother on RIdgo street.
Andrew A. Coyle, engineer, who Is
employed at the Gurney Eloctrio
Elevator Works, spent the Christmas
vacation with his family In New
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Mr. and Mrs. George G. Johns, of
New York City, were guests of the
latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. T.
Chambers, over Christmas.
Sloan Truscott, who Is employed
at Ithaca, 'N. Y., Is' spending the
week with his brothers here.
Miss Ruth Lord spent Christmas
with her sister In Port Jervls.
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Rogers, of
New York City, were guests the past
few days of Mrs. Coe Durland.
Miss Edna P. Dlmock, of New
York city, Is a guest of her aunt,
Mrs. E. A. Pennlman.
F. S. Merrltt left on Friday to Join
Mrs. Morrltt In Boston where they
will spend the holidays with rela
tives. William H. Lee, wife and daugh
ter spent Christmas day In Wllkes
Barre with relatives of Mrs. Leo.
Mrs. Miles Fitch, who has been a
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Walters on 'River street, has re
Edward Katz was a visitor in Car
bondale Tuesday evening.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of Milanville Bridge com
pany, for election of directors, and
the transaction of any other business
brought before the meeting, will be
held at the office of T. J. Fromor
on Monday, January 1, 1912, at
10 o'clock a. m.
CHAS. E. BEACH,
Milanville, Pa., Dec. 23, 1911. It
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