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T1IK CITIZEN, FIUDAY, MAIIOH 20, 11112.
PUBLIC SA'bE THE UNDERSIGN.
cd will disposes at public snlo at
nor promises, located a milo and ono'
half south-cast of Canaan Cornors
Hotol at 10 o'clock sharp. WEDNES
DAY. APRIL 10. one flve-ycar-old
colt, weight 1400, ono two-year-old
eolt, ono farm horse, scvon fresh
uillk cows, quantity of seed grain,
ono DoLavall separator, nearly
now, all fanning Implements, also
noarly new, ono organ piano case,
owing machine, largo base heater,
other articles too numerous to men
tion. Mrs. Ralph Haley, Canaan.
FOR SALE FARM HORSE
weight 1150, or will exchango for
road horso. Mclntyro, 12 1G Main
FOR SALE SETTINGS OF BAR
RED ROCK EGGS. Mating, direct
no month ago from E. B. Thomp
son's "Ringlets," ?3 for 15. H. G.
Rowland, Honcsdalo, Pa. 24cl2
FOR SALE 1 VICTORIA, 2 CLOS-
od carriages, 1 double sleigh, 2
nets of harness. Prices very reason
able. Apply at the Scranton Trust
Company, Scranton. Pa. 9tf.
uiMu.nnnu tiniTatn AT TornTl?-
tecn hundred seven Mam street
Bros. Opposlto postofflce. 23eltf
mil? I . M . I 1 1 MI A I uiiyviM I I IJIV
second-hand furniture Including
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IP 'I'H I I I I LI Hill IUI III niLLJlUlli iu-
Ullt? Ul iriluuui u. iiiiui inuiiiu v- .
ii :i rM t':i. 1-1111111. ii in
'Pomona Brand" Lime Sulfur So-
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boilers, clothes baskets, and wrlng-
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C. BUFF ORPINGTON EGGS.
Blooded stock. $1.00 setting of
5. F. B. Lord, Honesdale, Pa. 24elt
, C. BUFF ORPHINGTON COCK
erels for sale. F. B. Lord. 24eltf
-- ii nnvm tit . m nnvnn ivtvp
six rooms, located on West Park
trnet. ATirii i. uiuuire dl ur. r. w.
1L.Li iiHi IN HUiVitJSUAUti AfillLi
2 for the week. Sam. S. Wlnt,
mill 1 uuui. mil.
ft 1 1 tii 1 x ti iiMn ur ivmnn mi
learn glass cutting. Krantz,
with Improvements on second floor,
231 Westside Avenue, Honesdale,
dry goods, groceries,, shoes, rub-
HII HAM A IJKIVIM; HtllOSHJ Til
exchange for a piano? See Mcln-
iu. me iiunu miiu, uuiu
modern Improvements, April 1.
Wednesday, February 7, 1912.
ASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD AND
silver by Sommer. Jeweler and
Governor Tener has designated
pril 12 and 20 as arbor days.
The "Workers" of the Baptist
llroh hnlfl n hnt mnnlo filirrnr cnnlnl
the home of Mrs. Geo. P. Ross on
psimv ftVftnlni? A trnnM niimhor
ere present to enjoy the sweets
id a nice sum was cleared for their
On Tuesday, April 21, 1857.
iarlv tho pnMro "Wnvnn pnnntv wn
er two feet. A number of barns
id sheds, especially in the northern
irtion, were broken down by the
1UI1L Ul 1I1H HUUW. Willi1!! WilS 1111-
-By an act of the Pennsylvania
sgislature, dated March 24, 1812,
aUIUlU vvuo iuiuiuu uui Ul
rts nf T.vnominir and I.nzp.rnn. Tn
o samo bill the name of the county
is changed from Ontario to Brad
rd. The county was 100 years old
the 24th of this month.
'Harry Madden, "tho man with
e big voice," will accompany tho B.
A basket ball team here next Sat
day night and will sing several
los between halves of the game, be-
een mis team anu me uin r ive.
0 II I A team are tho champions
tho city of Scranton, having in
elr llneun Carl Seull. who has made
ch a wonderful record this year in
sket throwing in the City League.
-The funeral of Russell Dimmlck,
q., was held in the Grace Episcopal
urch at half past ten Wednesday
jrnlng. Rev A. L. Whlttaker had
argo of tho services. A largo
mber of attorneys and personal
ends of the deceased from Scran-
1 were in aiienuance. Tno llorai
rplay was very profuse and beauti-
Tho servico was simple and un-
entatlous, In harmony with tho
let, gentle life of tho ono who now
Kill II I 1111 HllilllUW 111 irVlllfr I'.MTT
11-,. Clnnlinn T.'.i ..1 ,n. . . ..
mo of her daughter, Mrs. Arthur
rry, In Dundaff, on Wednesday
i . ii. i i
-J 1 - w .K0.w. 1. 1 V. 1. 1.1. L .I U
irs. She Is tho mother of Pa
lman George Kaglor, of Decker's
irt. She Is survived by tho fol-
lug uuiiuieu. ui-uitu, ui ivubi
nrnn' mtr. Arinnr rnrrv. nr
ndaff; Mrs. Charles Dailey, of
lymart; Cram and James, of Dun-
r. Tho tuneral services win bo
d on Saturday afternoon in the
L v i t t 1. i TA . . J
s. Kaglor was formerly a resident
Waymart, this county.
Exchanges announco that Miss
Chrlstobol Pankhurst Is tho most
militant of all tho suffragettes.
Chrlstobol scorns to havo boon ablo
also to show tho "cleanest pair of
heals" when tho pollco got after hor.
Tho patrons of Mrs. Fricde
wald's class and others wishing to
honr "Peer Geynt" will plcaso noto
that this reading will tako placo on
Saturday, March 30, Instead of tho
following Saturday, which is Easter
Schedules in bankruptcy of tho
vJoiumuian-sterllng Publishing Co.,
wlilcli published tho Columbian
Hampton Magazine, tiled last week,
show liabilities of $570,304 and
nominal assets of $202,079. Thero
aro 440 creditors.
Tho commissioners of Wayno
county met at tho court houso on
Tuesday afternoon to consider the
question of printing tho primary
election ballots for tho spring elec
tion. Tno contract for printing them
was awarded tho 'Herald Press Asso
ciation. No other business of Import
ance was transacted.
April 18, 18G7, a largo (black
bear, weighing somo 300 pounds,
mado its appearance in tho upper
portion of Honesdale. and after trav
erising through several streets, mado
a safe get-a-way to tho hills, al
though pursued by a largo party of
hunters, all day. It was reported tir
ed at, but escaped Injury.
F. L. Easterbrook, of Athens,
has an orchard of fruit trees that
covers forty acres of ground, and
competent orchardlsts who havo In
spected It say that a thousand dol
lars an aero is a conservative esti
mate of what it is worth. Ho is still
extending his orchards and expects
to havo fifty acres before long.
Less than $7G,000 of tho ?1,
G05.050 of 'bonds of the state of
Pennsylvania called for redemption
on February 1 aro outstanding, and It
is 'probable that the ramalncler win
bo presented for payment within a
short time. The concellation of the
state debt proceeded in February at
a rate beyond expectations of State
Treasurer C. F. Wright, and steps
to obtain the "bonds yet unredeemed
may bo taken soon.
During the month of February
thero were withdrawn from public
entry, on tho recommendation of the
United States Survey, 41,745 acres of
land In the state of Washington be
lieved to be underlain by coal. As in
other withdrawals of coal land these
lands will foe classified In 40-acre
tracts, appraised by tho Survey un
der the valuation regulations of the
Interior Department and then placed
on the market for sale.
The executive committee of the
Honcsdalo Improvement association
held its regular monthly meeting on
Monday last. The first week in
May, beginning with the Gth, was ap
pointed as clean-up week. The an
nual meeting will be held on the
second Monday in May. Efforts will
be made to make the clean-up a
greater success than ever. As the
treasury Is low ways and means of
raising money was discussed. It
was nronosed to Interest the children
in this work and form If possible a
The contest between the oleo
margarine and the dairy interests fo
cused at Washington last week. The
Committee on Agriculture are con
sidering the several bills which have
been introduced. Last weeK near
ings were held at which both sides
were represented. Among those
present and taking an active part,
in 'behalf of the butter Interests of
Pennsylvania, were Dr. N. B. Critcb
fleld, Secretary of Agriculture of
Pennsylvania; A. A. Woodward, rep
resenting Honorable James Faust,
Dairy and Food Commissioner; Hon.
William T. Creasy and Hon. William
D. B. Ainey, member of Congress
from tho Fourteenth Pennsylvania
There may be a few In tho audi
ence at the Lyric when "Madame
Sherry" entertains, who will miss the
conventional rows of long, lanky and
over-dressed show girls. There may
be a few who will sigh for tho
chorus girls that aro sprightly only
at set intervals and then according
to a time-honored schedule. None
of these will be upon the stage of the
Lyric, Wednesday, April 10, and tho
Heaven to which all good playgoers
hope to go some day may be praised
that they aro not. "Madame Sherry"
Is not that kind of a show. Girls
there are, and wonderful girls, too,
but they tako part in tho action of
tho story and aro billed by Producer
George W. Lederor as the "talking
chorus." Remember tho date. It
will soon be here.
The costly graduation gown Is
now tabooed In West Plttston, and
while the community is tho home of
millionaires and many other wealthy
people, daughters of tno poor will not
be outBhone in appearance next May,
when tho commencement exercises
of tho hlch school aro hold. Plain
gingham gowns aro to bo worn, the
color and design to be selected by
tho school board. This action was
taken by tho Bchool board after di
rector William Berry argued in fa
vor of some legislation which would
offer tho por girl as much pleasure
as tho rich at tho graduation exer
cises. Berry declared that thero were
daughters of many poor men In West
Plttston to whom tho thought of
graduation gave pain, because they
were unablo to provido the kind of
gown their wealthy classmates
What might havo been spring
occurred tho foro part of last week.
Tho air was balmy and tho bluo birds
and robins were around In numbers.
Even somo of tho farmers got the
spring fever during those fow days
and several from different parts of
the county began taping tholr sugar
bushes. Ono could ovon hear
snatches of strains from tho "Good
Old Summer Tlrao" floating over' tho
balmy spring air. But alaB! it could
not bo for long. Tho snow and sloet
came and WIntor In all its glory, aB
if angry at being robbed too soon of
Its supremacy, began to lay slego
once more on Honesdalors. Wool
ens again tako tho place of tho light
summor underwear and tho owners
are sniffling and sneezing onco more.
Tho spring hat. too, haa gone back
Into JtB box where it has rested all
through the long winter months, to
como out when?
If a tailor pressed throo suits an
hour how many would n elder press?
Born, a son. to Mr. nnd Mrs.
Marshall B. Warflold, Carley Brook,
Houso for Balo or rent? Ad
vortlso In tho Cent-a-Word column of
Thoro will bo n spelling contest
In tho Texas school on Cherry Ridge
roaa on March 2 a.
Tho Cent-a-Word column of Tho
Citizen Is Just tho plnco for you to
auvcrtlso your wants.
'A marriage license was granted
tho 27th to John F. Savltz and Mrs
Mnrlctta Damato, both of Varden.
'Ray Hamblcy, who was recently
operated upon In Dr. Burns' private
hospital In Scranton, returned homo
on Monday evening.
Tho Citizen contained ovor 21
columns of advertising in its Wed
nesday Issue. Don't you realize tho
necessity of advertising, Mr. Mor
cliant? Samuel S. Canfleld, late of Ros
coo, but formerly of this placo, ar
rived Tuesday. Ho Is emplyed by G.
Smith & Son on tholr farm In Dy
J. Rubin and R. Rubin, glaziers,
havo como to this placo 'from Da
mascus and have opened up a shop at
1023 Main street. Thoy will do a
general repair business 'besides
'handling all kinds of glnss.
The members of tho Whatsoever
Circle of the Methodist church will
elect officers Friday afternoon for
tho ensuing year. A supper will af
terwards bo served to tho 'members
nnd their husbands and gentlemen
Merrltt C. Spoldel, editor and
publisher of tho Plqua (O.) Daily
Call, and Miss Edna Meredith, also
of Plqua, will bo married on April
24. The brldegroom-to-be Is well
known in Honesdale, having visited
hero on several occasions.
Druggist John T. Brady of this
place, and Mrs. Violet Lane, of Jer
myn, were married in Wilkes-Barro
by Rev. Charles Reichardt on Mon
day. After a "brief bridal tour to
Washington, D. C, Mr. and Mrs.
Brady returned to Honesdale on
The fire department automobile,
Scranton, has been equipped with a
big locomotive bell, the hoarse
throated siren having been displaced.
Equipments which will register every
fire alarm in the newspaper offices
of that city will be shipped from the
factory In a few days.
Ono hundred years ago, April
1, the capltol of Pennsylvania was
removed from Lancaster to Harris
burg, thirty wagon loads of state
papers 'being carted over land. For
many years tho capltol building oc
cupied the site of the present Dau
phin county court house.
Now Is the time to swat the fly,
when one can be found. Every fly
killed in March and April will reduce
next summer's supply by a few
thousand. Fly experts say that tho
crusade of extermination should be
gin beforo tho pesky things aro num
erous enough to make a noise in the
houso like a swarm of bees.
-Tho equipment for generating
electricity for homes on display in
the window of E. W. Gammell, Main
street, has caused considerable com
ment during the past few days, "it
consists of a 3 horse power gaso
line engine, generator, set of batter
ies and switchboard. It Is capable of
furnishing electricity for 30 incan
In 18GG there were nineteen
tanneries In Wayne county, several
of them being the largest in the
United States. The value of the an
nual output -was over $2,000,000.
Solo leather was mainly tanned. Not
a single tannery is now in existence
In Wayne county, owing to tho gen
eral absence of hemlock bark, what
little there Is being shipped away to
The teachers examining board of
the twenty-first district was announc
ed on Wednesday. Mark Creasy, of
Hawloy, is chairman. The members
are Floyd Taylor, of Forest City, and
M. J. Floyd, of Taylor, who will act
as secretary. The examinations will
bo taken by about 200 teachers, some
for permanent certificates and others
to add necessary subjects to the list
which they are qualified by previous
certificates to teach.
Twenty water companies, which
havo secured charters in tho last ten
years and never laid a foot of pipe
or constructed a water plant, aro to
bo wiped off tho 'State's chartor
books next month. Tho preliminary
steps will be taken 6hortly by tho
State Water Supply Commission
whoso engineers have been looking
up data concerning the numerous
water companies granted charters
since 1890 and tho commission will
request tho Attorney General's De
partment to Institute quo warranto
proceedings to tako away tho char
Fred Krantz is on business in Now
Thomas Charlesworth spent Thurs
day In Port Jervis.
Miss Bernico Mclntyro Is visiting
friends In Scranton.
G. DIetzer, of Hawley, was a visi
tor here on Tuesday.
C. P. Searlo was a business caller
In Scranton Wednesday.
Miss Alice Glldea, of Waymart,
spent Wednesday in town.
Milton Russell is borne from school
to pas3 tho, Easter vacation.
D. Gildea, of Waymart, was visit
ing friends In town last week.
John E. Richmond was a business
caller In Scranton Wednesday.
Fred Harvey, of Scranton, was a
business caller hero on Tuesday.
Charles Dalles, of Carbondale, Is
visiting bis paronts on Union Hill.
Herman Tumnn, of Waymart, was
calling on frlenda horo on Thurs
day. Mrs. Webber, of White Mills, was a
business caller in town on Wednes
day. C. E. Van Horn, of BInghamton,
was a business caller hero on Tues
day. T. A. Garvoy, of Carbondale, local
manager of tho Bell Telephono com
pany, was a business caller In town
Isaac Katz, of Vow York, Is spend
ing a fow days with Honesdalo rela
tives. Austin Lynch, of Scrnnton, spent
iiiesuny anu weancsday in town on
Frank Nicholson of Storllng was
n business caller In IHoncsdalo on
'Frank Enter, nf f!nrbnnilnl
In town on buslnoss tho forepart of
Miss Mao O'Noll visited Miss ,IIn1nn
Richardson at Hawloy tho forepart
oi tno week.
r Fred W. Rclchonbacker, Now
York, passed a few days hero meet
Rov. G. S. Wondall spent a fow
days last week with his mother In
Mrs. Crockonburg, of Hawloy, was
a recent guest of Mrs. Jncob Was
man on Church street.
Mrs. F. E. Sherman, of River
streot, Is visiting hor daughter, Mrs
Adam Smith. In Doooslt.
Nelson Lambert of Dr. Holbrdok's
school, Osslnlng, N. Y., Is homo to
pass tho Easter vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Weston re
turned from their tour of tho Ber
mudas tho first of the week.
Alonzo J. Williams, of Beachlake,
was attending to business In town
on Thursday and called at Tho Cltl
Airs. Bernhardt Klmmett. of Haw
ley. expects to return to her home
In Germany next month to spend tho
remainder of her life.
Charles McKcnna left Thursday
morning for Minneapolis and other
western cities in tho interest of tho
Mrs. Leslie Brader, of New York,
was In town last week and has re
moved her furniture to tho metrono
lis whore her husband Is employed by
the National Elevator and Machine
Miss Marguerite Dolmetsch, of
Wells College, Aurora, N. Y.. is
spending tho week-end at her home
hero after which she will pass tne
remainder of her vacation with her
grandmother, Mrs. Margaret Ball, at
W. W. Starbuck and friend, Fred
Anderson, both of New York city,
left Tuesday for a short stay at
Bermuda. Mr. Starbuck is recover
ing from ptomaine poisoning and it
is hoped that the trip will bo bene
ficial to his health.
Miss Ethel Schlessler, who has
been spending a few weeks with
friends in Scranton and CarbDndale
has returned homo and will resume
her duties in Paul Frederick's con
fectionary store the latter part of
Miss Flossie Bryant, of Smith Col
lege, Northampton, Mass., arrived
Wednesday to spend the Easter va
cation with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Bryant on Sixteenth
street. Miss Pearl Bryant is expect
ed from Mt. Upton, N. Y., on Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H. Wilklns
and daughter, Miss Sadie, leave Sat
urday for College Point, L. I., New
York, where the former has accept
ed the formanshlp in' the United
States Metal Product Co. Mr. Wil
kins is an experienced machinist and
while a resident of Honesdalo was
foreman of the Gurney Electric
Elevator company. Their many
friends regret their departure, but
wish them abundant success in tholr
The Dress Goods shown by Menncr
& Co. for this season aro very at
"Ilonesilnlo to tho Front-"
(From Another Correspondent.)
Miss Ethel Simons, a student at
Bloomsburg State Normal school,
spent last week at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Simons.
Miss Effle Cliff and Mrs. tl. R. Me
gargel was tho guests of relatives In
Scranton several days of conference
Harry Bortreo and Cowell Cross
made a business trip to Stroudsburg
on Wednesday of last week, return
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Webster wore
In Scranton over Sunday.
Mrs. Walter Musgrave and daugh
ter, Miss Mabel, and Howard Butler
spent Thursday of last week In
George Robacker, who has spent
the past flvo months In Ellington,
conn., at tno home or his. uncle, H.
T. Noble, returned homo on Thurs
day of last week.
Miss Ada Simons, who Is attending
business college In Scranton, was tho
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
B. F. Simons, over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Simons spent
Tuesday of last week in Scranton.
Mrs. Charles Tyler, of Philadel
phia, has been called to Sterling
again by the serious Illness of her
mother, 'Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson.
C. A. and T. W. Frlck received
word of tho death of their brother,
Lewis Frick, of Panther, Pike coun
ty, which occurred Monday of this
worth of Shoes
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
530 Main street, Honesdalo, Pa.
STORE FOR RENT.
WORDS FOR THE
Wayne County School..
We sell our warranted
Fairchild's patent at
$1.55 per sack for
the next two weeks.
Every bag or barrel
warranted to give satis
faction. leady Pay Store
Promoters of Low Prices
Easter and Confirmation Gifts.
When you think of the above
think of ROWLAND
and you'll think after glancing at the windowthat
no more beautiful presents have ever occupied
window space in the Maple City.
WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION.
Jeweler and Optician
We are showing a nice line of Ladies' and
Misses' Suits, all colors, and all new styles,
on which we will save you many dollars.
SPECIAL SALE on LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR
and TRIMMED HATS.
We are showing a large assortment of flowers at
25 and 50c.
New Ribbons for Easter atI9c. and 25c., a saving
of IOc. a yd.
Stores In three states.
The largest line ot
Perfumes, Talcums, Face
Cream and other toilet
requisites ever shown.
THE FAMOUS WHITMAN'S AND
Tho most delicious piece oC
candy ever produced and put up
so tastily that no ono could refuse
such a treat. Any size package.
Place your orders for
for Easter Sunday Dinner.
Orders for Brick Cream
close Thurday evening,
April 4th. Vanilla and
Chocolate Cream carried
in stock for Easter.
The Rcxall Store, Honesdale.
T NEW STYLES IN
Ladies' Long Coats
Priced to save dollars for
you and build trade for us,
$7.50 to $15.00
See them and you will want to seo
how you look in them.
Try them on then you'll want to
They are extraordinary values, as
you'll realizo when you seo them.
807 Main St.