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TUB CITIZEN, FUIDAY, MAUOII 20, 1012.
TWAT MAS' CRMxW NOT INTEPXS
(Special to The Citizen.)
Milanvlllo, March 27.
Miss Frederlcka Hocker Is homo
from West Chester 'Normal. Miss
Hooker expects to graduate in Juno
having completed the three-year
course in two years.
Tho Caznovla Seminary Bulletin
containing the annual report of tho
Seminary has been received: The
following Is from the' Caznovla Bc
publlean: "The time has now gone
h when tho future, looked dark for
the historic institution. It remained
for Dr. Skinner to lead tho way nnd
put tho old school upon an absolute
ly sound financial footing. Tho re
port reflects no end of credit upon
tho president. Dr. Skinner h.iB been
with tho school three years and a
wish is generally expressed that Dr.
Skinner will remain for years to
During tho extreme cold of the
1ast week, the birds have found life
a hard struggle, tho deep snow cov
ering what little food they found on
the ground, placing them at tho
mercy of humanity. Wo wonder how
many made any provision for those
Several of tho young people from
delightful time. It wns also a finan
cial success, tho proceeds going to
wards tho minister's salary.
Miss .lane Gfichrlst mado n trip to
The many friends of Mrs. Jesso
'Ilnthawny, of Lookout, are pleased
to hear of her slow recovery after
long and serious illness.
(Special to Tho Citizen.)
Steene, Pa., March 27.
Thoro will bo a public salo at tho
home of Mrs. Ralph Haley on what
Is known as tho old Hutledgo farm,
1 miles from Canaan Corners ho
tel on Wednesday, April 10, consist
ing of all stock and farm tools.
'Look for tho advertisement this weok
Arthur Hollinson has rented Mrs.
Ralph Haley's farm in Canaan.
Mrs. Jennie Haley and Mrs. Pearl
'Starks, of Canaan, visited tho Bob-
ollnk and mate Sunday
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tiny birds whoso usefulness Is under- 20 gallons of a No. 1 maple syrup
valued. Why Is it that parents In so far this season.
general, Instead of teaching tho lit
tie folks to be kind to birds and nn
lmals generally, instead fill their
mind with all the Ideas of cruelty
they can conceive
'Henry Hocker, who is at Cornell
taking a course in scientific farming,
and Luis Hockcr, Jr., who has been
working during tho winter with his
'brother Anthony, who is a contract
or at Hamilton, Canada, have recent
ly purchased the river flat farm and
large boarding house owned by their
father. L. J. Hocker. 'Wo wish these
young men success. Mr. and Mrs.
Hocker, who havo worked very hard,
will build them a now house nearer
Mrs. Charles Edwards, of Winter
dale, Is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. Baird.
Miss Mary Orr, who has been con
fined to tho house for some weeks
with the grip. Is able to be out of
(Special to Tho Citizen.)
Kellam, March 27.
Tho L. A. S. meets with Mrs.
Henry Thomas April 1 1. All are cor
Rev. P. Bowen preached his last
sermon last Sunday before going to
conference which begins next Wed
nesday at Kingston.
Harry Schnackenberg is visiting
his parents here.
'D. M. Stalker, John Schnacken
burg and Charles Cargin made a
business trip to Honesdale last Fri
day and Saturday.
The young people from Kellam
and Braman attended the "box party
at Lookout at tho home of S. J. Rut
ledge last Friday night and Toport
an enjoyable evening.
Mrs. Harriet Stalker, Mr. and
Mrs. D. M. Stalker, daughter Edith,
Mr. and 'Mrs. John Skinner, Mrs.
Henry Thomas and daughter Mar
jorie, Lodusky Barnes, Mrs. Thos.
Coffery, Mary and Mrs. W. H. Ryan,
Frank Colo and George Wood attend
ed the funeral of Mrs. Russell
Stalker at Long Eddy March 16.
Mr. and Mrs. George Lott has mov
ed Into rooms over Miss L. Barnes'
atoro and will be living there after
After April 1st the name of the
Kellam postofflco will lie changed to
Thirty-five dollars and sixty cents,
clear of all expenses, was realized
at the oyster supptr held at the
home of Edward Kcene last week,
which cleared our pastor's salary for
tho past year.
Honesdale market at tho present
time: Potatoes $1.50 per bushel;
butter 35 cents per pound; eggs
20 cents per dozen; Al maplo syrup
such as the Bobolink makes, $1.10
per gallon, with can.
William Dond, an old resident of
Waymart, has moved to Carbondalo
where he will make it has homo
with his daughter, Mrs. Frederick
Messrs. Cauley and Counterman
are talking of purchasing tho little
James Keenc pond known as the
saw mill pond and erecting a large
ice plant as they claim there is no
money in farming and would like to
bo called tho ice men during tho
After a two years' vacation Thomas
Arthur has taken up his old trade,
the hucksters business.
John Wesley Arnold is going into
tho poultry business.
Curran, John Gen. Mdso.
Crockonborg, T. J. Cigars.
Corocoran, M. Gen. Mdso.
Cnrney, "Mlko Groceries.
Deltzer, Gus. Clgnrs.
Dennison, T. J. Cigars.
Drake, F. J. Groceries.
Eberdlng, John. Groceries.
Foster, Frank Cigars.
Franks, H. A. Cigars.
Gulnno Bros., Hnrdwarc.
Goldback St Pcnncll. Footwear
Geisler, Louis Cigars.
Hcnscll, L. Art Store.
Hughes, Anglo Cigars
Korbcr, A. J. Clothing.
Kearney, P. H. Cigars.
Kohlnmnu, Geo. Cigars,
Lehman, Christ. Cigars.
Langnn, C. E. Milliner
Maync, M. Groceries.
Matter St Son, G. Feed.
Miller, S. Clothing.
Mnngan, Mrs. Thos. Gen. Mdsc.
McDonald, F. H. Cigars.
Nell, C. P. Meats.
Nnllln, M. J. Confectioner.
Phillips, Louis Jowclcry.
Pcopple, Frod. Meats.
Rose, C. W. Gen. Mdso.
Relfler, Mnrtlu Cigars.
Rocker, Carl Confectioner.
Spall, A. E. ' Clothing.
Snyder & Freotny, tupper store)
Snyder & Freethy, (lower store)
Schlager, E. L. Gen. Mdse.
Skier, M. D. Clothing.
Skier, Jos. Clothing.
Simons, Geo. Hnrness.
Swingle, F. F. Gen. Mdso.
Tepporweln, G. Confectioner.
Teeter.E St. of R. Furniture.
Tuttlo, F. L&Co., Gen.Mdso.
Thompson, Geo S Groceries.
Unger, J. P. Confectioner.
VonFrank, Henry Gen. Mdse.
Vogler, Ernest Flour & Feed.
Watts Son, G. Hardware.
Wolf, Wm. Clothing.
Welsh St Ames, Gen. Mdse.
Watterson, Mary A. Groceries
Warg, F. R. Footwear.
Wentzel, August Meats.
Wick, Gustava Meats.
Smith, E. T.
Sommcrs, G. P.
Scliuerholz, F. W.
Schwpnker, Oeo. G
Swingle, L. B.
Tneubnor, A. R.
Theobald & Schlesslor-
TerwIlllBcr, F G
Cigars & Tobacco.
Candy- St Notions.
CLASSIFICATION AND APPRAIS
MENT. The undersigned duly ap
pointed Appraiser of Mercantile Taxes
for the year 1911, makes the following
Classification and Appraisment of
Venders of Merchandise, etc
Dunn, Wm. H. Gen. Mdse,
Ives, Wm. Gen. Mdse.
Smith, Jacob F. Groceries
Faat, B. J. Gen. Mdse.
Brain, Geo. G. Notions and Candy,
Carey, J. A. Gen. Medse,
Farley, W. J. Gen. Mdse.
Goodington, B. O. Farm Implements.
Ammer, J. G.
Abratns, A. W.
Brooks, C. A.
arlow & Elmdorf,
Bodie. J. A.
Betz, C. M.
Brady, J. T.
Brown, J., Estate
Chambers, O. T.
Clark & Bullock,
Charlesworth & Cross,
Dunbkleburg. H. A.
Dunning, C. L.
Dunn, J. P.
Eldred, Mrs. A. M.
Eberharat, A. E.
Freeman's Store Co.
Gammell, E. W.
Spencer, H. V,
Starlight Dairy Co.
WoodmanBee, C. E
Lake Lodoro Imp. Co.
Cobb, W. J.
Brown, C. F.
Bonear, R. B.
Garring, B. F.
Stahl, Mrs. Iouisa
Freedmnn & Son, E.
Fitze, M. D.
Gummo, Wm. T,
Oneal, H. J.
Abrams, Geo. C.
Abrams, A. J.
Clark, E. C.
Canfield, J. A.
Fromer, T. J.
Flour Sz Feed,
Constable Edward J. Richardson,
of Hawley, took C. W. 'Emory, an al
leged horse thief, into custody at
White Mills on Saturday evening and
ho was locked up In Hawloy over
Sunday. On Wednesday of last week
Emory went to tho farm houso of
John W. Emory, of Dlngman's
'Ferry. Pike county, and claimed to be
a relative of John W. Emory. He
asked for tho loan of a horse to go
to Milford where he claimed he had
a deal on to buy a large farm. He
staled that he Intended to lay out in
4lw. ,,nl n.lihne1inrwt iT tiH AftO In n
farm and have It well stocked andl"'" w' n
make Improvements. He took one I p' . ,
of Mr. Emory's best horses and1'"'1' j0c''
started out. Several hours later Mr. , Keys & 1 ase,
Emory became suspicious and tele-1 Lovelass, Isaac
phoned to some friends along the I Pethick, C. M.
line, who informed him that the . Hutledgo, Frank
ridor had gone towards Lord's Valley ! Skinner, Coro E,
instead of Milford. He and a neigh- Smith, Tracey
bor gave chase and at Lord's Valley i Sherd, Joseph
ho discovered that the horseback Tyler, F. B.
rider had loft some time before thoir Dreher
arrival. They then telephoned to Hksecker, Andrew
GeorgoIH. Thompson at Hawley, who I Ehrhardt, F. A. Jr.
had seen tho horso in town a short Ehrhardt, F. A. Sr.
time boforo, and know it had started Vryn. Ward W.
In tho dlrctlon of White Mills, called ailpln St Barnes
up Thomas Gill at tho lattor place i hange, C.
and when the horse thief reached Miller, H R.
White Mills ho was apprehended and almonfii 0 K
taken back to 'Hawloy by officer sommcrs F. C.
Richardson. Smith, David II.
Ill) WUB UiKUU UUJUJI3 JUBIIIU Ul uii . Sm til H n
Monday morning for a hearing. Ho
pleaded not guilty and said ho had
agreed to pay Emory for the horse.
Ho was committed to $800 bail to
await the action of tho grand jury.
iEmory claims to live in Scranton
and to have a wlfo and six children
living there. Ho appears to bo about
50 years of ago.
Flour & Feed
(Special to The Citizen.)
Union, March 27.
Have been having disagreeable
weather, but Spring will appear in
tits own time. Quito a fall of enow
Friday and Sunday so there 1a fairly
Waltz, F. D.
) Gen. Mdse
Flour St Feed
Flour & Feed
Cigars & Tobacco,
Bunnell, E. D. Cigars
Bates, J. I. Flour & Feed
Davis, R. Cigars
Houser, J, J. Meats
Kimble, A. K. Cigars,
Relfler & Son. Gon. Mdso,
Atkinson Box & Dumber Co. Lumber,
Adams. Jacob G. Cigars
Atkinson & Qulnnoy, Gen. Mdse,
Babcock, O. E. Harness
Baisen & Ludwlg, Jowelery,
Bower. P. J. Groceries
Bnachom, C. F. Cigars & Confec'i
Lamps & Fixtures.
Wayne County Co-operative Afsocln-
Wenlger, L. C. Cigars.
Watts. Graham Hardware.
Black E. J. Gen. Mdse.
Brown, Jonothan Footwear.
Bortree St Son, S. C. Flour & Feed.
Collins, G. G. Tinware.
CurtU, S. B Roofing.
Howo. P. T. Cigars.
Jones, T. N. Groceries,
Klzer. Leslie Gen. Mdse.
Kizcr, W. W. Flour St Peed.
Keys St Son, A. S. Cigars.
Lonsteln, Sam Gen. Mdso.
Masters, A. C. Gen. Mdsc.
Mnndevllle, Geo. A. Groceries.
Odell, Lottie I. Cigars.
Shaffer, O. W. Gen. Mdse.
Shaffer, Benj. Groceries.
Schndt. Flora M. Cigars
Simons, E. W. Gen. Mdse.
Sampson & Cook. Gen. Md3i'.
Brown, Chas. H. Cigars
Carr St Co.. W. Gen. Mdse.
Crook, J. B. Gen. Mdse
Flower, W. E. Meats
Gnracun, C W. Cigars.
Hnrvey, V. L. B'l'd. Material.
Matthews, C. P. St Son Flour & Feed.
Rhodes, A. L. Gen. Mdse.
Smith, M E. Gen. Mdse.
Rutlolge, Benj Gen. Mdse
Barnes, L. B. Gen. Mdse.
Block, Wm. A. Cigars.
Bullock, Grace Gen. Mdso
Emrlch, W. G. F. Cigars
Erwln, O. L. Gon. Mdse.
DeBruen, Martin Cigars.
Hartford, J. W. Meats
Stalker. D. M. Gen. Mdse.
Teeple, L.L. Gen. Mdse,
Weitzer, Hymau Gen. Mdse,
Westbrook. B. F. Cigars.
Herman & Son, Wagons.
Krantz.lEred , Cigars.
Murphy? C. H. Clears.
Meyers, Geo. Cigars.
Ncimoyer, Win. ' cigars.
Penwardon Mfg Co.. Lumber.
Smith, John C. Cigars.
Skclloy, E. T. Gen. Mdse.
Schmidt, P. J. Meats.
Smith & Son, G. Gen. Mdsc.
Seellg.B. St C. Gen. Mdso.
Tumnn, Joseph Confectioner.
Werner, O. A., Mrs. Gen. Mdso.
White Mills Coal Co.. Coal.
Wayno Milling Co., Flour & Feed.
Batten, Robert, f arm Implements.
Bryon, M. J.
Brenman, J. 1).
Bonham, C. E.
Bunnell, I. W
Giles, R. W.
Miller, O. C.
O'Harra, M. L.
Perham, J. J.
Tiffany, J. E.
Cigars & Tobacco.
Cigars & Tobacco.
Knorr, Fred Meats
Penwarden. B. D. Gen. Mdse,
Goble. A. Cigars & Candy.
Bennett, W. E. Gen. Mdse
Coddington, Fred Groceries
Cole, Fred Cigars
Clune St Son, Thos. Groceries
Doyle, Wm. H. Farm Implements
Davis. Mart Farm Implements,
Hine, A. F. Gen. Mdse,
Hine, Stanley H. Farm Implements
Howell. Harry & Co., Gen. Mdse.
Galvln & Theobald, Hardware.
Gray, Chas. Cigars & Candy.
Grand Union Tea Co., Teas & Coffee.
Green Theresa, Mrs. Stationery.
Galvin, Michael Cigars.
Gilbert, Fred Cigars.
Gougoulls, Chris., (lower store) Con
Gougoulls, Chris., (upper store) Cigars.
Gibbs. Chas. Gasoline & Oil.
Ham, S. T. Harness.
Hetsler, W. G. Confectioner.
Heumann, John Cigars.
Hiller, J. A. Groceries.
Holbert, B. L. Groceries.
Hoi! Bros., Groceries.
Hawker & Bottumus, Meats.
Honesdale Con. Light, Heat & Power
Healy, W. J.
Kellog, O E
Lewis, J. 'W .
Madigan, P. F.
McLean, E. F.
Smith. D. M.
TItfany, F. W.
Woodmansee, R. O.
Winwood Milling Co.,
Dymond, J. B.
Snedeker, A. E.
Andrews, Geo. C.
Altew, Wm. H.
Chumard, W. E.
Elllcott. J. E.
Edwards, D. W.
Jadwln, C. C.
Jenkins, F. A.
Kraft & Conger,
Kimble, Geo. B.
Kroll, Mrs. F.
Lelne, A. M. (upper store)
Lelne, A. M. (lower store)
Lighthlser, T. A.
Loercher, Johr Furniture
Lowe, Chris. Cigars
Lord, F. W. Cigars.
Loris, Benj. Cigars.
Lennon & Coyne, Cigars.
McKenna Sons, P. Cooperage.
Lamps & Fixtures,
McKenna, Mis3 Katerine A
McGranaghan. Paul E,
Mclntyre, W. J.
Marsh & Flfch
Moore, Wm. T.
Menner & Co.,
MIchels, F. W.
Murray & Co.,
Nellson, J, B.
O'Connell, T. D.
Peter's 10c. Store,
Pell, Wm. G.
Roadnlght, Wm. G.
Rolf. Wm. J.
Smith, Jacob H.
Spruks, Mrs. S. E
Spencer, C. F. & Co.,
Spettlgue, O. M.
Sharpsteen Bros. Cigars & Tobacco,
Susnltsky & Co., M. Dry Goods,
Stegner, J. H. Groceries
Smith & Co.. C. W. Notions
Goodrich, Florence Farm Implements,
Holllstervllle Creamery Gen. Mdso
Hamlin, B. F.
Jackson, B, W.
Kellam & Reldy,
Loring, unas. M.
Nicholson, F. II.
Potter, E. H.
Surrldge, W. H.
Simons, C. L.
Weber, B. S.
Williams, 1. G.
Barnes, S. D.
Callender. S. S
Erk, Mrs. Fred
Koehler, O. E. & Son,
Rodney, A E.
Sampson, E. J.
Cross, A. J.
Cross, S N
Howe, A. C.
Flour & Feed
Candy & Cigars.
Flour & Feed.
Flour & Feed.
Flour St Feed.
Donk, J. C.
Decker, J. W.
Dymond, J. B.
Hines. F. S.
Keen, J. B.
Mitchell, W. J.
Norton, L. W.
Pcirson, W. W
Stephenson. F S.
Stewart, J. E.
Varcoe, R. F.
Atlantic Refining Co.,
Brady. J. T.
Durland, Weston & Co ,
Holmes, W. B.
Kraft St Conger,
Murray St Co.,
Wayno Milling Co.,
Atlantic Refining Co., Oils St Gasoline.
G. Smith & Son, Dairy Produce.
Billiards & Pool.
Wood, Wm. F.
Crockenberk, F. J.
Dennison F. J
McDonald, F. H.
Reif, J. A.
Rodney. A. E.
An appeal will be held at the Coun
ty Treasurer's office on Monday, ..pril
22, 1U12, between the hours of 10 a.
m. and 2 p. m.
WYMAN W. KIMBLE,
Gw4 Mercantile Appraiser
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nnri flanchtnr Hnatrleo. Mrs. OrAn
leoniu. sun juiiu.ii. ith. jtorih
Teeple, Bon Gunn, Rosco and Vern
lyier, Mr, ana airs. Apouos scnen
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dauirhtor Mildred. Port Jervls. N. Y
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For Infants ana Children.
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$1 UK? TEETH
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Btonc.i. Money Sent bj Return Mail.
I'lilla. Smelting & Refining Co,
EfiTAKLlSllED 20 YEARS.
826 CHESTNUT ST PHILADELPHIA, PA.
THERE IS NO
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N THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
OF WAYNE COUNTY.
Amy P. Ryder v. Jimics I'. Ryder.
No. 136 Oct Term, 1911. Libel In Divorce.
ToJAMKS 1. RVDKIl: You nre hereby re
quired to appear In the said Court on the
second Monday of May next, to answer the
complaint exhibited to the judee ol said
court by AMY 1'. UYDKH your wife.
In the cause above stated, orln default there
of a decree of divorce as prayed for In said
complaint may tie made against you In your
h HANK U. K.1.MIIL,K.
M. K. SIMONS. Att'y. Sheriff,
llonesdulc. Pa. Mnrch 2G. 11112. 'Jlwl
Shall tho People ltulo?
D. It. Stephens, Athens.
B. W. Lewis, Tunkhannock.
Mark T. Tuttle, Hawley.
Emery V. Estus, East Hush
Thos. A. Grossley, Honesdale.
Harry It. Samson. Ariel.
is a MaiYU! 111 meaii m
bucn Kicnness. t-
itv. and mellow t asti
Bread can only be
iained in S - B bread.
Iff you are not
using S - B do
once, as they cost
more than the inffe
633 MAIN ST. BOTH 'PH
. l c r- a. I
Carey, S. A. Mrs.
Scott Chemical Co.,
Tarbox, L. J., Mrs.
Fisher, Mrs. Paul
Bono, W. J.
Bang, E. O. & S. A.
Cook, A. M.
Decker, J W
Hinds, M .M .
Lockwood, 11. S.
Shavor, C. C.
ShniTer, V. J.
Shaffer. W. It. t
Spangenburg. E. D.
Bishop. H. T.
Bunnell. P. W.
Bcelman, J. II,
Edwards, D. W.
Gavltt, E. B.
Hook, C. J.
nun fay i
hi ib nun luravi l. i twi mmt " i
in this week's
(Jssae March 30th)
is the only
RICKERT. The Clothie