The citizen. (Honesdale, Pa.) 1908-1914, March 27, 1912, Page PAGE 5, Image 5

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    J'llK C1TIZHX, WUDNRSDAY, MAKCH 27, 1012.
weight 1150, or will exchange for
road horse. "Mclntyre, 121G Main
atrcct. 2Gel3
TIED ROCK EGGS. Mating, direct
ono month ago from E. D. Thomp-
nwmTin. iiInnnRrlnln. T'n. 24ml:
cd carriages, 1 double sleigh, 2
i t- nir
lNE-KUUai I1UUS1S AT ruun-
tccn hundred seven Main street
v nrrta rinnna fn nnornil en. ll.tnlLL
second-hand furniture, including
li'i'i'M i nun iiiirnir in k. i i i:ul;iii it-
ulro of William II. Hall. Indian Or-
nam. l'.i. unit I'nnno uu-u. iiuo
m . ii n f K n I n 1 1
"Pomona Grnnd" Lime Sulfur So-
uMnn mniln neenrillnc to Prof. Sur-
aco 8 instructions. iiisuuak ""
U1IL. rui tlU LJ ....,
boilers, clothes baskets, and wrlng-
,1.-1. P. Tl..lll,l OOnlJ
Blooded stock. $1-00 setting of
5. F. B. Lord, Honesdale, Pa. 24olt
orels for sale. F. B. Lord. 24eltr
six rooms, located on West Park
. . t, . , I - f . - T1 l?
ironr ii Ttn I iTiiiiiiri. ill i,r. I' . . . .
2 for the week. Sam. S. WInt,
1 ll 11 IS A U A wl v
n nrnv Am nnvc t a vnun TH
learn glass cutting. Krantz,
mlM, rr Unnnsilnln Pa "Sniff
with Improvements on second floor,
!S1 Wnstsliln Avnnnn. Hnnpsilnln.
u. juijuuu ui u. xj. uuun. a i wi
dry goods, groceries,, shoes, rub
ers, hardware. 22eI4t
exchange for a piano? See Mcln-
modern Improvements, April 1.
Wednesday, February 7, 1912.
111 HUM lllill till ill A11J
silver by Sommer, Jeweler and
ptlclan. 9Ctf
-East street was opened up from
o pntr.mrn tn (linn Tlvhnrrv cemn.
y, in the spring of 18C7.
-The funeral services of the late
ussell Dimmlck will he held from
le Episcopal church Wednesday
ornlng at half past ten.
-The Midnight Sons have received
number of acceptances from out of
lal dance Tuesday, April 9.
-Louise, the four-year-old daugh-
r of Mr and Mrs. Henry Tlngley,
Church street, Is very seriously
A trained nurse Is attending
ir, the doctor's being unable at
Is writing to diagnose the case.
Honesdale Is just now begin
ng to suffer from a scarcity of
veiling houses to rent. Tho de
and just now far exceeds the sup
y. Although Honesdale is having
Industrial boom, business general-
looks good and the cutting shops
o working almost full capacity.
-Every page of to-day's issue of
to Citizen contains local and home
t matter We Invite our readers'
tentlon to the article under Agrl
lture. There is something for Boy
outs on page 2 and tho Wyoming
inference report Is on page 3. Our
g Success and other Interesting
tes will be found on the Cth page.
J Rubin, a glazier, has located
tho building recently vacated hy
scph Straussner, 1023 Main
mesdale for this line of work and
Rubin, without a doubt, will not
ret tho day he came to Honesdale.
i was employed at his trade 14
are in New York City. Mr. Rubin
h n rns ifliiT ni uiininnrn utiiorti
George W. Doolittlo, a lumber
in 43 years old, committed suicide
Friday at an abandoned lumber
n .Riinnrv npnr t'nnn hj iv iiv
tlnsr hln thrnnt fpnm pfip to OUT
th a butcher knife. His rash and
al act is believed to havo been duo
temporary mental aberatlon sup
nduced by alcoholism. Doolittle
q tmrn nt fllon QnAV nnil wna ihn
I ill Atir mill .ir . npuRnn inn 11.
Ho had always lived in that vl-
liiv wiiero no worKeci ns n iiimnor-
iii anu Biuue uuarrvman.
-In the most exciting and closely
iveu Kumu huh year, ino amn s
i n. i -
C team or Plttston were baroly
o to nose out a victory over tho
Stars on Monday night. Hones-
lo could havo claimed tho champ
ishlp of Pennsylvania for Indopon-
r ipnmR. nun wo wiin. lis ' iruinn
tho acknowledged independent
ot professional) champions of the
to. Tho game started with a rush
I rnn ... t . . . 1L.
me team leading by a score of 14
10 In tho first half. Tho showing
uu uy uiu iucuib is Buiiiciiuut; lur
nesdale to be proud of, and gives
hopes of becoming famous in bas-
oau. ino nuui acoro ui ine Kaine
s 2G to 22 in favor of tho Plttston
. AlllitUU UI 111 U 11 UU hVUU nUlft
Born, a daughter, to Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur HolBteln, Dyborry Place,
on Friday.
Landlord Barlow, of tho Wayne
Hotel, Is spending a fow days In
Now York state.
Tho W. C. T. U. met at tho homo
of Mrs. Fred Keen, Jr., on Court
strcot, on Friday evening.
Kreltnor Bros, aro laying hard
wood floors In tho new homo of J.
S. Brown on Park street.
Cluster Elmore, of White Mills.
who recently undcrwont an operation
for appendicitis In a Scranton hospi
tal, is recovering, nicely.
Tho following unclaimed letters
remain uncalled for at tho postofflco:
Geo. A. Deaper, Master Earl Stovons,
Mrs. D. L. Thnmons, J. II. West.
The T. B. G. club met with Miss
Elizabeth Polt on Willow avenue on
inursuay evening, cards wero
played and delightful refreshments
Mr. and Mrs'. Irvln Hartman
havo taken up their residence In tho
Weston house on .Main street, oppos
ite tho Wayne Hotel, having moved
In on Monday.
Rev. James P. Ware, Rector of
St. James' Church, Drlfton, Pa., will
be tho special preacher at Graco
Episcopal church 'Wednesday, March
27, 7:30 p. m.
Jenkins' band will give a con
cert at tho Lyric on Tuesday even
ing, un Friday afternoon they gave
a concert in the auditorium of tho
High school building.
Theodore Day, the weather man
of Dyberry, reported 4 degrees 'below
zero on Saturday. He states that It
is very unusual to have zero weather
after the 15th of March.
Tho Port Jervls Water Com
pany has announced that it will plant
20 acres of the water shed of that
city with white pine trees. Middle
town is going to plant 90 acres with
Dr. Reedy, of Scranton, per
formed a very critical operation on
N. J. Spencer's eye last week Tues
day. .Mr. Spencer has been In Dr.
Burns' hospital receiving treatment
from Dr. Reedy for some time.
E. W. Gammell gave a demon
stration of the Pyrene Fire Extin
guisher near the city hall on Friday
evening. A pile of boxes were Ignit
ed and rapidly extinguished by
Pyrene. The demonstration attract
ed quite an audience. The extin
guisher is to be used principally for
Interior fires.
Elsewhere In to-day issue of The
Citizen is published a true report of
Dr. Cook's recent lecture In Copen
hagen. It Is copied from " Dagen's
Express," Copenhagen, of October 25,
1911. Dr. Cook has entered suit for
damages against the New York
Times for $100,000 for that paper's
report, which is claimed to be untrue
by Dr. Cook.
George R. Westgate, a popular
young man of Forest City, and Miss
Helen Stoutenberg, of Lake Comb,
Wayno county, wero united in mar
riage, In Blnghamton, several months
ago. The bride is residing with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Stauten
herg, at Como. The marrago was a
quiet one, there being no attendants,
and many friends of the 'bridegroom
are but just learning of the nuptials.
Forest City News.
Rev. A. L. Whlttaker 'returned
Monday from a busy week. On Tues
day of last week ho preached In
Trinity church, Blnghamton; Wed
nesday evening at West Plttston;
Thursday, Plymouth and Sunday ex
changed pulpits with Rev. H. Brown
lee Smith, rector of Stroudsburg
Episcopal church. On Wednesday of
this week he will preach In St.
Mark's church, Mauch Chunk and on
Thursday evening in Montrose.
The funeral services over the
remains of the late Mrs. Lavlna Peth
Ick were held at tho M. E. church
at 2:30 o'clock on Sunday afternoon,
Rev. W. H. Swift officiating. Inter
ment was made In Bethany. Deceas
ed was tho victim of pneumonia, and
was born in England, being 71 years,
9 months and 9 days old at her
death. Many relatives and friends
attended to pay their last respects to
a beloved friend and neighbor.
The members of Hose Company
No. 1 call upon the public only once
a year for any outside aid that time
being Easter Monday. This year tho
date falls upon April 8 at which time
the boys will conduct their second
annual ball and entertainment in tho
armory. Tickets, ?1. Firo Chief
Oday will give the opening address
followed hy Chaplain J. W. Balta of
tho Hose company who will also ad
dress tho audience. Dancing will
begin at 9:30. Mrs. Emanuel Free
man will have chargo of fho supper.
On Friday afternoon pupils of
tho fifth, sixth and seventh grades
had a spelling contest. One hun
dred words out of tho flvo hundred
in tho County Spoiling Contest wero
pronounced to the pupils of the
above grades. Tho following pupils
did not miss a word: Antoinette
Rickort, Edwin Conzelman, Edna
Roe, Natalie Richards, Edith Kars
lake. Three 'pupils each missed one
word: Helen Groves, William Spen
cer, Frances Oakes. Four pupils
each missed two words: Nolllo Mc
Cabe, Marlon Eberhardt, 'Helen Mc
Gulro, Adelaide Rupport. This was
a written contest and in a short timo
they will have an oral contest.
The Citizen is in receipt of a
postal card from Andrew Thompson,
who Is spending some tlmo in Flor
ence Villa, Florida. 'Ho states: " Our
Journey of 1224 miles from New
York to this place was made very
comfortably and tho change from
cold spring weather to tho balmy
summer weather of this part of the
Lake region of Florida Is most agreo
able. I am Informed that there are
"57 varieties" of fresh water lakes
within a radius of six miles of this
place. Many of these lakes are partly
surrounded with orange and grape
fruit groves, and if a visitor so de
sires ho can easily havo a free auto
ride to many of these lakes and buy
a grove in all stages of development.
What one needs Is cash and faith
that thoro shall bo no more freezing
cold like that experienced In 1895.
I do not care to purchase ono as the
guests of this admirably managed
home-like hotel aro welcomo to pluck
and eat all tho oranges and grapo
fruit they care to from a grove of
27 acres Immediately In front of our
Tho Spring Brook Creamery nt
Tanners Falls will reopen on Mon
day, ApjJl 1.
Mrs. John Torrey Fuller entor
tnlncd nt "Five Hundred" on Thurs
day evening In honor of her guests.
A marrlago licenso was granted
Inst Thursday In Scranton to How
ard G. Butler and Mabel B. Cosgrovo,
both of Sterling.
Another interesting raco Is
scheduled for Honesdale the lattor
part of this wook hotwoon Adlor and
Terrcl and Galllgher of Scranton and
James Smith of Honesdale. This
will make a very interesting raco as
all tho contestants aro well known
W. E. Shoemnkcr, of Laceyvlllo,
one of tho. nine fish wardens In
Pennsylvania, 'has had his territory
extended liy the addition of two
counties. He will now look nftcr
the counties of Wayne, Susquchannn,
Sullivan, Wyoming, Bradford and Ly
coming. fc
Tho two silk mills located west
of tho Delawaro & Hudson trncks
near the Avoca station belonging to
tho Avoca Silk Co., wero destroyed
by lire Monday afternoon. Cignrotto
stubs thrown carelessly down In tho
garret during tho noon, hour yester
day Is supposed to havo heen tho
cause of the firo. Tho loss is esti
mated at over $200,000.
In tho Fourteenth Congression
al District, composed of tho counties
of Bradford, Susquehanna, Wayno
and Wyoming, there are named for
delegates to the Chicago National
convention two most excellent candi
dates, tHomcr Greene, Esq., of
Honesdale, and John W. Codding, of
Towanda. For alternates, Henry F.
Manzer, of Montrose, and D. W.
Sturdevant, of Laceyvlllo, Wyoming
county. Better men for the positions
could not havo beon put forward.
Laceyvlllo Messenger.
Emma Joyce Ponwardon, West
Eleventh street, wns tendered a
birthday party on Monday afternoon
from 3 until 5 o'clock at which time
she entertained her little friends in
a royal manner In honor of the oc
casion. She was five years old and
nicely remembered with appropriate
gifts from her playmates. Those
present were: Elizabeth Grambs,
Louise McMullen, Solma and Ber
tha Lelne, Claris Bond, Bessie Key,
Helen Lorenz, Denton Petorson,
John RIef, Ellen Boyd, Kenneth Par
tridge and Ruth Spencer, Natalie
Richards and Laotea Hawken
Richards and Lactea Hawken, who
helped entertain tho little ones who
enjoyed the feast of good things pre
pared for them.
Miss Merle Goodnough, of Gird
land, and Miss Anita Clark returned
to Bloomsburg on Monday to resume
their studies at tho State Normal
Mrs. A. Bishop and granddaughter,
Miss Evelyn Law, are tho guests of
Mr. and Mrs. William Law on
Church street.
Miss Mary Gall has returned from
a visit with relatives and friends In
Philadelphia and New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. L. Bassett
wore guests over Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. George Locklln,
Peck vi lie. Pa.
George Foster, Scranton, Pa., was'
a guest over Sunday with 'Honesdale
Miss Irene Long, who has been the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dlghton Dan
iels, Dunmore, for the past weeK, re
turned homo Monday.
Editor B. F. Haines of tho Inde
pendent, was a Scranton caller on
Saturday last.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron E. Simons re
turned home Monday from Scranton
where they have been attending
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mebs, of
Juniata, Pa., are visiting relatives in
Wm. J. McKenna left Sunday on a
few days' business trip to Towanda.
Edw. Hambly, of New York, pass
ed Sunday with his mother and sis
ters at this place.
F. C. Relchenbacker spent Sunday
calling on White Mills friends.
R. M. Dorin was a business caller
In Hawley on Monday.
Clarence Fortnara, of Tyler Hill,
was a caller In town Monday.
Mrs. Nelson J. Spencer, Ridge
street, returned tho first of tho week
from Scranton, where she visited her
husband who is in the Burns' private
hospital being treated for tho de
fect of his vision due to ulcers of tho
Mrs. Reuben Bodle, East street,
who recently underwent a serious
operation In tho State hospital,
Scranton, is Improving. Her hus
band and son spent Saturday with
J. D. Weston and wife will return
this evening from Bermuda where
the former has been receiving treat
ment for rheumatism.
Elmer Taylor, Professor of
Chemistry at Lafayetto College, is
spending his vacation at his home In
Cold Springs.
Miss Fannie DoWltt, of Scranton,
Is spending a few days with Miss
Emma Patorson.
Misses Lucy Russell and Charlotte
Lane havo roturned from a few days
spent at State College, where they
wero guests at a houso party.
Why should you contlnuo to ex
periment with salves, greasy lotions
and fancy hair dressings trying to
rid your scalp of germ life. They
can't do It because they cannot pene
trate to tho seat of tho trouble and
draw tho germ llfo to the surfaco of
tho scalp and dostroy It.
Why not try a PROVEN REM
EDY? Ono that will do this. We
ve a remedy that will rid tho scalp
or germ life and In this vay will
This remedy is ZEMO, a clean, re
fined, penetrating scalp tonic thai
goes right to tho scat of tho trouble
and drives tho gorm llfo to tho sur
raco and destroys It.
A shampuo with ZEMO (ANTI
SEPTIC) SOAP and ono application
of ZEMO wllljentlroly rid the scalp
of dandruff and scurf. Do not hesi
tate, but get a bottle of ZEMO to
day. It acts on a new principle and
will do exactly what wc claim for It.
Sold and endorsed by the A. M.
Leine's Drug Store.
Lena M. iMlngst has mado appli
cation for dlvorco against her hus
band, William Mlngst, and In tho
complaint chnrges him with deser
tion. They woro mnrrled In 1883
and Mrs. Mlngst lives in Berlin township.
by local applications, as they can
not reach the diseased portion ot the
ear. There Is only ono way to cure
deafness, and thnt Is by constitu
tional romedlcs. Deafness Is caus
ed by an Inflamed condition ot the
mucous lining of tho Eustachian
Tube. When this tubp Is inllamed
you have a rumbling sound or ltn-1
perfect hearing, nnd when it is en
tirely closed, Deafness Is tho 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
of ten are caused by Catarrh, which
is nothing but nu inllamed condition
of the 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, 76c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
Republican Candidate for
In General Assembly
When You Vote
Saturday, April 13
Use the STICKER or Write
my name on the ballot
Stickers available at all polling
places In the county.
- - The Celebrated - -
Is A Marvel In Bread Stuff
Such Richness, Pur
ity, and Mellow Tasting
Bread can only be ob
tained in S - B bread.
If you are not now
using S - B do so at
once, as they cost no
more than 'the inferior
kind. Manufactured at
Come in and look at our large
stock of Easter Goods
ClosingJM Sale
worth of Shoes
and Rubbers
Our entire stock must
be sold at once regard
less of cost.
Our stock is new and
up-to-date and no old
numbers among them.
Big Bargains in Hats
Myers' Shoe Store
S30 Main street, Honesdale, Pa.
Easter only two Weoks off.
For Infants ana Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature of ifci
Willi bm I 4 -t ILrtWIl WOL-IJ lUBsT.
An Unusual
To Offer
To Be Able
Brand New Men's and Young Men's
Spring Suits at Sacrifice prices right at the
beginning of the season
Through making a lucky trip to New York
last week, I came across a Clothing Manu
facturer who had a lot of 260 Men's and
Young Men's suits made up for a Philadel
phia clothier whose lease just expired and not
being able to renew it, was compelled to
cancel the order, therefore leaving the suits
on the manufacturer's hands.
He was forced to sell them at a sacrifice
price, and being fortunate in being there, I
purchased them close to my own offer.
52 Men's & Young Men's regular $10.00 value while they last $6.00
67 " " " " $12,00 ' " $7.50
50 Men's and
Regular $7.50 Slip
nterprise Clothing House j
l W. MM Prop.
Hart Schaffner &
Amy J'. Hydcr v. Jnmcs 1'. ltydur.
No. 138 Oct Term. 1011. Mbcl In Divorce.
TO.IAMK8 1'. You nre hereby re
quired to nppear In the said Court on the.
second Mommy ot May next, to answer the
complaint exhibited to the ludeo ot said
court by AMY V. HYDKIt your wife.
In the cause uliovcntatt'd.orln default Ihere
oi a decree of divorce as prayed for In sal
complaint may he mndoai'nlnst you In your
M. K. SIMONS. Att'y. Sheriff.
Honesdale. I'a. March
, 1312.
II I 1 H I ill
Read the
Styleplus Clothes
in this week's
Saturday Evening
(Issue March 30th)
This store
is the only
agency for
in this
The Cloier
Young Men's
on Raincoats $3.98
Stetson Hats
Holeproof Hosiery
Marx Fine Clothes