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TII CIT1ZI5N, PltlDAY. MAHCH 22, 1012.
THAT MM C&MW NOT INTERNS
(Special to The Citizen.)
ficthany, March 19.
Allan Lawrence and daughter,
lsabelle, of Scranton, came Tuesday
to visit relatives. Mr. Lawrence re
turned tho same day and lsabcllo
spent tho week hero.
There was a largo nttendanco at
tho M. E. dinner Tuesday at the
home of Mr. and .Mrs. Charles
Vobu. Beech Grove, Haines and
Bethany wore well represented.
Mrs. Varcoo's quilt which sho has
given to tho Ladles' Aid was quilted
and about fourteen pounds of rags
were sewed. Proceeds from dinner
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Judson
Noble, formerly Alta Many, Scran
ton, a daughter, on Wednesday,
Tho Presbyterian dinner at tho
homo of Henry and John A. Llppert
at Haines, was largely attended. A
quilt has been given by Mrs. Effle
uiver 10 mo iaaies jia ana u was
quilted. Proceeds from dinner,
Miss Maud Bennett, of Honesdale,
Is spending the week with her aunt,
Mrs. E. W. Gammon.
Miss Gilchrist left for Wllkes
Barro Saturday to bo gone several
Rev. Blerly leaves for Scranton
Tuesday to attend conference. Dur
ing his first year hero ho and his
family have made many friends.
Charles O. Blako started their su
gar bush last week.
William Hauser returned homo
Saturday after spending tho week In
Honesdnle with his son, Leroy, and
Henry Kent, of Carbondale, came
Saturday to spend Sunday with
Rev. John E. Pritchard preached
Sn the Presbyterian church Sunday
(Special to Tho Citizen.)
Tyler Hill, Pa., March 19.
Mr. Crossman, of Damascus, who
has spent the winter In Now York
city, has returned home.
Tho Damascus basket hall five
was defeated at Hancock last Wed
nesday evening by the Long Eddy
team. The score was 19 to 14. Tho
game was tho fifth in the series be
tween tho two teams and gave Long
Eddy the lead in the contest.
The High School Juniors put it
over tho regular five Thursday even
ing to the tune of 32-12. Xo com
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Olver spent
Sunday with Damascus relatives.
Word was received here of tho
death of Mrs. Russell Stalker of
Peakvlllo, N. Y., last week. Pneu
monia was tho cause of death. Tho
funeral -was held at Long Eddy Sat
urday. Sap season seems to be In full
C. M. Pothlck Is attending the
sessions of tho Wyoming Conference
this week as a lay delegate.
Leslie Keesler, of Abrahamsvllle,
la visiting relatives in town.
The new school bell is some Inno
Tation, believe us.
(Special to Tho Citizen.)
Aldonvllle, March 18.
The High school drama played last
week before a fair-sized house at this
place and to a crowded house at
Pleasant Mount the evening follow
ing. The severe rain storm undoubt
edly kept many at home on tho even
ing the play was produced here.
Miss Delia Sherwood, of Union
dale, Is circulating among friends at
Iev. James Ralney, pastor of tho
Baptist church here, was In Hones
Tho season Is so far very unfavor
able to sugar makers.
Swollens streams, muddy roads,
nro items of discussion among travel
lers. Nelson Crossman. a student in
Crozier Theological Seminary, has
been a visitor among relatives at this
placo and Whites Valley.
(Spicial to Tho Citizen )
Sterling, Pa., March 18.
Thomas Musgrove is again confin
ed to his bed.
H. R. Mogarglo has finished up his
nawing whero the mill now stands,
Thero was a good turnout at L.
Batzle's funeral on the 13th, many i
friends 'from a distance being pres
ent. Mr. Batzlo was 5 G years old.
Wo aro having lots of rnln and
tho roads aro very sloppy.
John S. Osgood was born Jan. 18,
1829, and expired on the 14th, and
was burled at Salem on Sunday,
Rov. W. E. Webster officiating. Ho
is survived by his widow and two
sons Daniel, In Nebraska and Lor
on at homo. For many years Mr.
Osgood was an honest, Industrious
and prosperous farmer and owned
considerable real estate and for
years kept tho finest herd of cows in
'Walter and Vella Williams, Har
vey Stevens, Clydo and Lazolla Eshlo
man, Buel Cross, Ireno Robacker and
Clare Carr wero present every day
during tho sixth month. Laura A.
(Special to Tho Citizen.)
Arlington, March 19.
At a recent meeting of tho direct
tors of the Arlington Cooperative
Croamory company, it wbb decided to
open for business Monday, April 1.
Those who own cream separators and
wish to, may separate their own
Carl Knapp made a business trip
to Now York recently. Wo under
stand that tho bimlness transacted
was a -wedding. Congratulations!
A surprise party was tondorod
Mr. Doltrlck on Saturday evening.
Wm. H rut sell o mndc a business
trip to Honesdalo and Scranton last
L. M. Carlton is firing his engine.
Georgo Plnley is also working for
Wo 'wish to extend our congratula
tions to Mr. and Mrs. Harlan It.
Locklln of Lakcvlllo, tho latest bride
(Special to Tl'e Citizen.)
Whito Mills, Pa., March 1G.
Tho Whito Mills Flshinc club or-
ganlzed on March 1st nnd elected the
following oflicers to hold office for
ono year: President and secretary,
Henry i wober; vice-president, Au
gust F. Rupport; treasurer, Joseph
AtKinson; directors, Henry G.
Schiller. William Daniels, Edward
Lymmons nnd Fred Wagner. Tho
club now owns an extensive tract of
land with a frontage of ono hundred
feet on Lako Tcodytiskung (Big
TInk.) Here, as soon as tho frost
Is out of tho ground, it is proposed to
build a picturesque log cabin, boat
house, barn, etc. Orders have been
placed for cither two or three now
boats and these aro promised to bo
ready by the time the fishing season
opens. Tho members aro certainly
very enthusiastic in regard to their
plans for tho future and as soon as
they accomplish tho improvements
they speak of in the way of walks.
buildings, etc., their camp will bo
one of the nnest around tho lake.
John D. Ross, of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
spent last Saturday and Sunday In
town. Ho was conducted through
ono of the large glass works by Fred
Wagner and was very much interest
ed in what he saw there. He return
ed home on tho Sunday train and
only regretted that he did not ex
perience the pleasure of tho ther
mometer being around tho 30 below
zero mark while In White Mills.
John Smith, the proprietor of the
National Hotel, is a generous old
soul, and never seems to tire In look-
ling after the welfare of his guests.
Ho keeps his place In the Dest of or
der, supplies a liberal table and In
various other ways maintains tho
good reputation which he long ago
established for himself and his
The words, " Tho White Mills Fire
Company," newly painted on ono of
tho windows in tho building has at
tracted much attention by their
beauty and prominence during tho
past week. The company is now in
first-class shapo and ready to meet
any emergency. Some of the mem
bers talk about starting a company
library and a donation of twelve
hooks has been promised as a starter
as soon as a bookcase or shelves
have been provided. The member
ship is now nearly fifty and if each
one will donate a book to tho library
scheme, a fine assortment of good
reading matter will add to tho en
joyment and Instruction of all.
A very enjoyable card party was
held at the homo of Edward Lym
mons on Saturday evening, March 9.
Choice refreshments were served at
intervals and the best of good feel
ing prevailed. Tho company broke
up at a late hour, all pleased with
the happy evening which they had
(Special to Tho Citizen.)
Beach Lako, March 20.
Such lovely weather seems good
even If It is muddy. Tho roads cer
tainly are very unpleasant.
Monday morning our pastor and
family started for Scranton and that
means a week of suspense as we are
not positlvo ho will bo returned to
Francis Warfield has gone to visit
relatives over in the Valley,
('. A. Davcy. accompanied by two
of his children, started this morning
for Scranton, the former being a
Mr. and Mrs. Ives havo gone to
Endlcott for a visit and Mrs. Amasa
Seegar has Kono to Bradford county
to visit her sister, Mrs. Nelson, and
will call on friends at Binghnmton
on her way homo.
Mrs. Flora Wilson, who started
Monday for Brooklyn, expects to ro-
main some weeks,
The Irwin paper states that Prof.
E. C. Best, son of Mrs. E. G. Best of
that placo, has been elected superin
tendent of tho schools of Colorado
City. Prof. Best has had a largo ex
perience In tho profession. Ho was
formerly a teacher in tho Philippines
and tho great western city has chos
en won. He Is well known hero, hav
ing lived at this place a good many
years and no ono that know him Is
nt all surprised to hear of his ad
William F. Wood was able to at
tend church services Sunday.
.Only ono moro weok of school af
tor this. A number of our girls aro
going to try for tho common school
diploma. Hope they will succeed for
thoy and their teacher have worked
diligently and wo always onjoy see
ing tho ambitious succeed. Henriet
ta Budd and Roslmond Robblns woro
not absent a day in the whole torm
and others missed but a few.
Delbert Mclntyre Is some hotter.
and the unfortunate ones with limbs
broken and Injuries by falling, aro
Mr. Van Gorder had an operation
or ruiiiuvui ui u uruwiu uu iiiu.eiii i muir inn niut'uim wiruu uuw
back Monday. His speedy recovery members" were Initiated Into the mys-
for removal of a growth on his
Is expected and hoped for.
J Sovornl nro now taking tholr va-!
canon uctoro spring work cora
monccs Chan. Davoy and daughtor Ethol
nro visiting In Scranton.
Mrs. Avery's mother, Mrs. (Jcorgo
Bishop, Is visiting hor.
Mrs. Howard Decker Is calling on
her crlatlvos hero.
Eliza Dunn returned Sunday from
Owego, N. Y., whore sho spent tho
(Special to Tho Citizen.)
Hawloy, March 20.
Julia Compton passed Sunday af
ternoon with W. J. Keesler and wlfo
at Glen Eyre.
Mary Krauso was a guest of
frlonds nt Klmblcs over Sunday.
Mrs. R. F. Wnrg visited her
friend, Mrs. William Everly at
Lakcvlllo during tho weok.
Tho two lads, LowIb Kelly and
Joseph Hendry camo homo smiling
last week, thoy having 'been ac
quitted by tho jury. These boys
woro charged with holding up Meyer
Krawltz last November when ho was
on his way homo 'from lloadleys by
covering him with a revolver and
taking from his pocket ?lfi.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Phillips
wcro recent visitors nt Newfound
land. William Polton, of Deposit, has
taken chnrgo of tho acid room at the
Keystone cutting shop. As soon as a
suitable house can be secured his
family will join him.
Rev. B. P. Ripley held his last
scrvlco on Sunday In tho M. E.
schurch. Ho is now in Scranton at
tending the conference.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Plerson made
a trip to tho metropolis last week.
Tho Little Girls' club, a recent or
ganization of the most select, met
on Saturday at tho homo of Edith
Stevenson where thoy had a jolly
good tlmo. Light refreshments
The people of Hawley seem to be
fast drifting Into great extravagance.
During last weok no less than three
made an attempt to pavo the streets
of the borough with tholr one, five,
and ten dollar bills. James Steven
son lost 10 dollars while on his way
to mrket. Ho has It advertised. A
Miss Miller lost her full pay of two
weeks between tho silk mill and At
kinson & Qulnney's store. Tho
amount was sixteen dollars. This Is
also advertised, and the other little
girl lost her ?1.G0 near tho center
of tho town.
- Mrs. John Miller of tho East Side,
went to Scranton Saturday to con
sult a specialist In regard to her
Mrs. Isaac Male entertained her
niece and husband of Elmlra, N. Y.,
Mrs. C. Lange and son Russell, of
Brooklyn, arrived Friday evening
for a brief visit with her relatives.
Miss Denlson of tho Denlson
House, is threatened with append!
cltis and Is very sick.
Mrs. William Mott, White Mills,
was a mid-week visitor at the home
of her 'brother, D. J. Brannlng.
Mrs. Sarah Kimble has gone to
Norwich where sho will spend an in
definite time with her son, Alfred
A larse number of the workmen
who were clearing the flat up tho
Paupack wero laid off on Saturday
on account of the water covering the
Mrs. A. J. Lobb, who has been
confined to her homo for some time
with nervous prostration and un
der the care of a trained nurse, Is
Mary Kirkendall returned from
TMnehamton on Saturday where sho
has been caring for a sister who
was most splously Injured In fall
ing down a flieht of stens.
R. W. Murphv of tho Keystone
'"'uttlne short, wai called to New
York citv last week as a witness on
a p"lt that Is now being contested
ti the courts there. Ho returned on
(Special to The Citizen.)
Gouldsboro, March 20.
Tho Wide Awake club gave a
dance in the Dlerolf hall Saturday
evening. Somo out of town guests
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Reaser, of
Moscow, spent Sunday with Mrs.
Reaser's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
Mrs. Blacklesslce, of Stoddard
vlllo, spent Sunday with her sister,
Mrs. William Major, at Lehigh Glen.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rhodes were
tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. Wil
son Ellenberger at Sunnycrest on
Mr. and Mrs. 'David Jones, Scran
ton, spent Sunday with Frank New
ell nnd family.
Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Shlnnerllng
of Thornhurst, wero tho guests of
their daughter, Mrs. Joseph Math
ews, tho first of tho week.
Tho Lehigh Glen school with Miss
Marllla Fairless teacher, and tho
Fayette school, Miss Helen Smith
teacher, will give an ontertnlnment
at tho Fayotto school Friday even
ing, March 29.
Miss Mildred Sebrlng spent Sun
day in Scranton.
Mr. and Mrs. Bryden, of West
Tlttston. snont tho weok-end at tho
(Sperl-il to Tho Citizen)
Indian Orchard, March 20.
On account of tho rcont rains
starting tho frost out of the ground,
tho roads aro In a very bad condition.
Mrs. Bert Daln of Deposit, N. Y
Is nt the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Ham. Mr. Ham is
sick with typhoid fever. Dr. Ely, of
Honesdale, is the attending physi
cian. Rev. William Seymour and wlfo,
of Rearhlake, aro In Scranton attend
Nelson Decker, of Peckvllle, and
.Ivnn Deckor, of Honesdale, wero
calling on frlonds hero Sunday and
Several of tho dairymen of this
nlaro went to Honesdalo on Friday
last, it being contract day at Bor
der's at Fa?t Honesdalo.
Tho grangers will hold their an
n"nl banquet nt their hall to-night
(Thursday). A good tlmo is expect-
M tnelr intt meeting three new
I terles of the order
Charles Budd, wlfo and daughtor, '
isaticiio, woro guests of Mr, and Mrs.
E. C. Ham on Sunday.
Mr. HlghhouBo, Cnrloy Brook, was
a business callor nt this placo on
Mrs. W. P. Budd, of Boachlako,
was n visitor with frlonds hero on
John Hnggorty nnd wife, of Cherry
Ridge, wero visitors nt tho Rod Rock
fnrhi on Sunday.
'Mabel Gray was a visitor among
Honesdale friends last week.
Ex-Commlsslonor G. W. Taylor
and wife, of Torrcy, spent Tuesday
and Wednesday with tho latter's
brother, R. Ham.
W. H. Hall, who has been making
a business trip through Now York
state has returned homo. He says
that thoy havo had a groat deal moro
snow In tho vicinity of Rochester
than wo havo had hero.
Harry Flcken lost a valuablo colt
Laura Ham, who has been attend
ing school nt Scranton, and sister,
Ethol, who has (been attending a
business colleges near Philadelphia,
have returned to their home hero.
E. Mavor has moved his family
from this placo to Aldenvlllo whero
ho has secured employment.
(Special to Tho Citizen.)
Maplewood, March 20.
Tuesday the Ladles' Aid societies
of WImniers and Maplewood gather
ed at tho homo of Rev. W. F.
Sohofer and gave them a surprise
party. Slipper was served and a
nlco lot of good things wcro brought
for the pastor.
Wednesday evening somo of the
frlemih ot Mrs. E. M. Kceno gave her
a surprise party in honor of her sixty-fourth
birthday. Mrs. Alice Angel
whose birthday comes on tho same
date, was a guest at supper with
Rev. and Mrs. Schoffer and Mj. and
Mrs. b S. Keene. At eight o'clock
tho friends gathered and gave them
neiu lno surprise. Both Mrs.
Kecno and Mrs. Angel were the re
cij.iunts of many presents.
Rev. Louis H. Yergie preached his
farewell sermon to his people last
Sunday evening when tho Macoby
Tribe of Red Men attended In n
body. Rev. Yergie is tho Prophet
of the tribe and leaves a host of
friends to tako up his work in tho
Rev. Kuhn, who comes to the
pastorate of tho Evangelical church
is expected next week.
News was received of tho death of
Mrs. George Colwell of Scranton,
Saturday. Funeral at Maplewood
Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
Easter service will bo held In the
Grace church Easter evening when
a special program will bo rendered.
T. N. Jones has purchased a horse
and wagon for delivery purposes.
Aaron Black has been at East
Hamlin helping R. W. Kellam for
the 'past few days.
SENATOR LA FOLLETTE GIVES
PLATFORM OF CAMPAIGN.
Madison, Wis., March 1G. United
States Robert M. La Follette in the
campaign platform given out here
to-day declares among other things
his belief In tho Initiative, referen
dum and recall and direct nomina
tions; government .ownership and
operation of express companies.
Ho opposes ship subsidy, tho Al
drlch currency plan and Canadian
Ho says: " I believe in the equali
zation of the burdens of taxation
upon a property basis, through tho
adoption of graduated income and
inheritance taxes; the parcels post;
the reasonable valuation of the phy
sical property of railroads, justly In
ventoried as tho basis of fixing rates,
and the extension of tho powers of
the Interstate Commerce commis
sion." Purses nnd Bags Aro Now Mndo of
To have tho muff and stole match,
with perhaps a piece of tho same fur
on the hat. Is not enough for milady
these days, since It seems that she
must also havo fur on her cuffs and
perhaps a grip at tho bottom of tho
But tho more fur tho bettor, seems
to be the rule, for even her purse is
now mado of It, matching tho rest
used in the costume.
Big bags and llttlo bags, square,
oblong and triangular bags aro now
seen for wear with tho tailored suit
or with tho smart satin afternoon
frock worn under tho long coat.
A particualrly rich-looking bag was
a large live-sided affair of seal. This
was made In onvolopo fashion, with a
flap fastened with a gold braid frog.
Tho bag came to a point at tho bot
tom and was edged with gold braid,
while the lining wns of tho softest
shade of yellow satin.
A long gold cord completed tho
Another, a shaggy looking affair,
was square In shape, and mado of the
long-haired natural lynx, which, by
tho way, is ono or tho most popular
furs of the winter.
This opened at tho top with an
oxidized silver clasp, and was lined
with soft grey suedo. A tiny change
purse of tho suede wns tucked in a
little pocket Inside, while a llttlo
whito powder box and looking glass
wero held In placo with strips of tho
A Mighty Traveler.
Bayard Taylor was a mighty trav
eler In the days when traveling was
not dono In Pullman cars. Mr. Tay
lor Journeyed up north Into tho
Artie circle and went far enough to
witness a "day without a sun" and
nftor much experience with tho
Artie brand of winter ho mado out
the following chart based on his per
10 above Uncomfortably warm
Zero Mild and pleasant, but
10 holow Cool and refreshing.
20 below Sharp and pleasantly
30 below Cold, but not dlsagreo
able. 35 below Cold onough to com
plain about occasionally.
40 below Eat frequently and no
tice tho circulation.
45 below Very cold ExerciBO
constantly. Mercury freezes about
50 below A strugglo for life.
Start An Account
Every man, woman or child
should mako It a point to lay
up a little money for that
" rnlny dny " which wo aro all
liable to encounter when least
expected. Tho host way to do
this Is to open n savings account
Tho bank for all classes ac
copts small or largo accounts.
Sdrapo togothor ono dollar, mako
your deposit, receive your bank
book, nnd then resolve to de
posit a given sum, small though
it may be, onco a month, or once
a week, according to tho cir
cumstances. Nobody knows
without trying it, how easy a
thing It Is to savo money when
an account with a bank has
been opened. With an account
a person feels a deslro to en
large his deposit. It starts you
on the right road with some
thing to rely upon In tlmo of
need. Grow with this bank
which has reached over the
8300,000.00 mark In deposits.
The Farmers and Mechanics
Bank was established In 1907.
Capital Stock, $75,000.00 It Is
one of tho growing banks of
Wayne county and represents
tho deposits of the people of all
vocations of life.
M. K. SIMONS, President.
C. A. EMERY, Cashier.
A UDITOR'S NOTICE.
J Estate of C. J. WEAVER,
Late of the Borough of Honesdale,
Tho undersigned, an auditor ap
pointed to pass upon the exceptions
to account and to report distribution
of said estate, will attend to the du
ties of his appointment on
WEDNESDAY, APR. 3, 1912,
at 10 o'clock a. m., at his office in
tho borough of Honesdale, at which,
time and place all claims against
said estate must bo presented, or re
course to the fund for distribution
will be lost.
R. M. SALMON, Auditor.
Monesdale. March 12, 1912. 20eol3
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