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TI1K C1T1ZKM, WISDNISSDAV, AI'KIIj 17, 1012.
POK SA1.E A GOOD HOAD CART
or will exchange and pay difference
on a buggy cart. Can bo soon nt
Uraman's barn. Address O, box i,
IXHl SAM3 CHEAP ONE BLACK
smlth bellows, an anvil and vice
nover used much. Just what a farm
er needs to do his own tinkering.
Also a lot ot housohold goods, par
lor furniture, carpots, chairs, rock
ers, tables, parlor stoves, etc. C27
West Park street, Honesdalo, Pa.
yf. N. Alberty. 29tC
FOR SALE OLiD PAPERS AT 5c
per bundlo at the Citizen office.
Just what you want to placo under
yur carpets. tf
FOR SALE 1 VICTORIA, 2 CLOS
ed carriages, 1 double sleigh, 2
sots of harness. Prices very reason
able. Apply at the Scranton Trust
Company, Scranton, Pa. 9tf.
FOR SAliE CHEAP SODA FOUN
taln with ebony top In flrst-clnss
condition; also two show cases. F.
F. Schullcr. confectioner. 28el4
NINE-ROOM HOUSE AT FOUR
teen hundred sovon Main street
fr sale. All Improvements. Bont
ly Bros. Opposite postoffice. 23eltf
S. C. BUFF ORPINGTON EGGS.
Blooded stock. $1.00 setting of
IE. F. B. Lord, Honesdalo, Pa. 24elt
S. C. BUFF ORPHINGTON COCK-
orels for sale. F. B. Lord. 24eltr
TWO ROUGHERS WANTED. DE-
MER BROS., Great Bend, l'a. 3itu
TO LET FIVE-ROOM APART-
ment with improvements, (..arden
and basement laundry. Mrs. Quin
noy, 222 Rldgo St. 30t2
GIRL WANTED AT ONCE. CALL
or wrlto Mrs. Leon H. Ross, 1306
East street. 31t2
NEW TIRES PUT ON GO-GARTS.
Charlesworth &. Cross, Garage and
Machine shops. 29el4
BO MEN AND BOYS WANTED TO
learn glass cutting. Krantz,
Smith Co., Honesdale, Pa. 23eltf
WANTED . EXPERIENCED ROUGH-
ers and Smoothers on high grade
flower work. AddIv. Herbeck-Deiner
Co., Hallstead, Pa. 31eI3t
FOR RENT APRIL 1, 5 ROOMS
with Improvements on second floor,
1231 Westslde Avenue, Honesdale,
Pa. Inquire of J. E. Cook. 17eoI
XTHO HAS A DRIVING HORSE TO
exchange for a piano? Seo Mcln-
tyre, the Piano Man. 25el6
FOR RENT SEVEN ROOMS WITH
modern improvements, April 1.
Dr. C. R. Brady. 15tf
WANTED COPIES OF CITIZEN,
Wednesday, February 7, 1912.
CASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD AND
silver by Sommcr, Jeweler and
FOR SALE POOL TABLE, Z-
Pratt Social club, Aldenvllle, Pa.
T-i t TJ rrx Tim nu'rlliT'PT) 1CT
1JU 13, VlWlJiyi..1, JL lU.llUll.iWi
and eyesight specialist, of Carbon-
dale, will bo a professional caller In
Wayne county next week. Ho will
bo at the Allen House. Honesdale,
April 22 and 23, at Gill's Hotel,
White Mills, on Wednesday, April 24,
and at Hawley on the afternoon of
Wednesday, April 24. Dr. Golden
manes a specially oi iuo eye anu lis
Paved Main street, that sounds
Henry Henko has purchased a
3C-Do Tamblo automobile.
To-nicht. Tuesday, at the new
armory Co. E and the Rink Five
play the third garao of the series of
11 vo games.
Dr. Reed Burns, of Scranton,
perfromed an operation upon Mrs.
11, T Davles, Fourteenth street, for
appendicitis on Monday.
The Citizen will bo found in the
procession to bo formed in behalf of
tho candidate, whoever he may be,
that receives tho Republican nomina
tion for tho presidency at Chicago.
There is a scarcity of domestic
inzeB of coal in Honesdale. Up to
within a few days lHawley has fur-
lllshoil nmf ultli il RtllltllV. hilt is
ing coal from Narrowsburg.
The farmers of Wayne county
aro requested to read tho Board of
Trade artldo found olsowhere In to
day's Citizen telling bow they may
increase their bank account.
The Holy Hour service was on
sen ed in St. John's R. C. church be
tween half past seven and half past
eight on Sunday evening. It con
sisted of an hour spent In prayer
and hymns This Is tho first time
this service was over obsorved In
Last Thursday ovoning's Dela
ware & Hudson passenger train was
an hour and fifteen minutes late
owing to a wreck at Minooka. A
broken wheel caused tho trouble.
Five cars wore piled up and traffic
was suspended for several hours.
Fortunately no ono was Injured.
The wreck also affected Friday morn
ing's train, it too, being late.
A man by tho name of Moran Is
reported to havo fallen from ono of
tho ulgh windows of tho Amorlcan
House on Saturday, severely Injuring
his porson. Tho circumstances of tho
affair could not bo learned by a re
porter who called. It was stated that
the accident occurred from ono of
tho roar windows and that tho fall
rendered tho man unconscious until
tho aid of a doctor was called.
Swat tho fly.
Is your back yard freo from rub
bish? Tho Flvo Hundred club will
meot with Miss (Mlnnlo Schullcr on
Married, April 10, by iRov. J. 11.
Boyco, Carley Brook, Miss Ireno
Hecrllgan and G. 11. Grlflln.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Can
Held, of Tyler Hill, aro tho happy
paronts of a son born Thursday,
Clovo Of ills, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Mills, wna taken to tho
scrnnton stato hospital on Friday
last for treatment for an abscess in
bis mouth, caused by defcctlvo
At a meeting of the trustees of
tho Honesdalo Presbyterian church
last Friday afternoon il. Scott Sal
mon was elected president; W. II.
Leo secretary and C. T. Bentley
Kreltner Bros, will remodel the
third floor of tho Dodgo building,
converting same into a studio for
J. A. Bodtc, photographer. A sky
light is ono of the principal 1m
provomonts that will bo made.
Superintendent Hector, former
ly oi at. I'aul, Minn., who has just
started on his work as head of the
Pittsburg school system, In a recent
address deelnred tho Pennsylvania
School Code "The most compreheu
slve, the most modern, and the
most practical of any public school
measuro that has ever been enacted
in any commonwealth In the Union
'With a cessation of coal 'mining
there has come a laying oil of num
erous 'train crews on all tho rail
roads. There Is no coal to haul, and
tho railroad men aro the llrst to suf
fer. Wllllamsport, Corning, lElmlra,
Waverly and other division ends In
this locality, are full of idle railroad
men, for whom there will bo no work
until tho coal trouble is settled.
Get your sale bills printed at
the Citizen office. Large size, extra
strong paper; bold, clear type that
will stand out prominent, and careful
workmanship by skilled printers.
Free notice of salo will bo inserted
in The Citizen if the bills aro print
ed at this office. We can do any
thing In the lino of printing. Citizen
printing bears tho imprint of qual
Tho following Is a list of con
tributions in the Presbyterian church
from April, 1911, to April, 1912:
Home Missions, $914; Foreign Mis
sions, $539; Board of Education,
$1'5; Pub. and Sunday school work,
$54; Church Erection, $40; Relief
Fund, $50; Freedmen, $G0; College
Aid, $00; Temperance, $S0; General
Assembly, $67; Congregational ex
pense, ?3SS7; Miscellaneous, $113.
'Mrs. Joseph Goldbach, ono of
Hawley's pioneer residents, died on
Saturday, April 13, following a para
tytlc stroke, which she suffered that
day. She was eighty years of age
and was born In Germany, and had
been a resident of Hawley for over
forty years. She Is survived by two
daughters and two sons. Sho was a
member of the Lutheran church
there and was highly respected and
esteemed by a largo circle of friends.
The B. I. A. All Stars of Scran
ton again beat the local champions
at the rink on Friday night in a fast
and hard game, the result of which
was in doubt up to the last moment
of play. Tho work of Quinlan and
Scull featured for the Scranton
champions. Harry Madden, superin
tendent of tho B. I. A. association,
sang two solos between halves In his
usual pleasing way and one of tho
largest crowds of the season turned
out to see the double attraction.
Final score, 18 to 13.
The annual Easter supper at tho
Baptist church last Thursday even
ing was tho most successful one held
in several years. This popular af
fair was largely attended, the sum of
$114, net, being realized. Home
made candy and fancy work wero on
sale, in addition to the supper, the
candy booth netting $10, and fancy
work G.00. This congregation has
taken a new lease on life under the
able pastorate of Rev. Georgo S.
Wendell, who has a pleasing per
sonality both in tho pulpit and when
mingling with his people. "Wo trust
that both church and pastor will
continuo to prosper.
Thousands of dollars have
been wasted In tho Stato of Penn
sylvania by reason of a bad system
of keeping school accounts. Tho
new Code throws a number of safe
guards around the business opera
tions of school boards, which it is
believed will bo advantageous to tho
wholo system. Honorablo William
Lauder, a member of the Stato Board
of Education and tho originator of
tho code idea, has submitted to that
Board a preliminary report on a sys
tem of keeping accounts In school
districts of tho fourth class. Later
the matter will bo extended to dis
tricts of other classes. The adoption
of such a system will mean uni
formity throughout tho state. Un
der this system it will bo possible
to make correct comparisons between
tho different districts. This will
glvo to tho Pennsylvania system of
education pro-eminent standing.
Arrangements nro being made
for tho Literary contest to bo held
In tho Lyric opera house. Friday
evening, April 19. It will bo re
membered that two years ago when
Carhondalo came over with a special
train to attend tho contest that they
wore not very successful in wlunlng
points. The pupils of tho Honesdale
High school aro working hard to
prevent their winning points this
time. Professor Oday goes to Car
hondalo Wednesday afternoon and
furnishes Carhondalo with what tick
ets they desire. As they aro tho visi
tors It Is no moro than fair that they
should havo llrst cholco In the matter
of scats. Tho seats will bo put on
saio in nonesuaio Thursday morning
at 8:30. Tho prices aro 25, 35 and
50 cents. It Is oxpected that tho
eighty In tho choruses from each
school will bo seated on tho stago.
At tho last contest there wero about
four hundred on tho stago, but tho
authorities found It to be too crowd
ed, so this year they will not put ovor
two hundred. As the capacity pf tho
opera houso is 'limited those who wish
to hear tho contost must purchaso
their tickets oarly. At tho last con
test tho seats wero all sold beforo
noon of tho llrst day.
The town council 1s covering tho
trolley tracks, whoro they aro ex
posed, with crushed stono.
Frnnk Schucrholz Is In tho pos
session of n beautiful blue heron,
which was shot on Monday in tho vi
cinity of Beaohlako.
Mrs. (i. F. iMandovllIo died at
her homo In Ariel on Thursday,
April 1 1. Further particulars con
cerning her llfo nro wanting.
A satnplo of tho olllclal ballot of
Now York Is displayed at Schuer-
holz's. It is nenrly 10 feet long. No
wonder it takes nearly two days to
count tho returns.
Surveys and measurements on
tho proposed road that is to go from
Honesdalo to Moscow via. Cherry
Rldgo and Lako Ariel arc being
made by surveyors.
Mnrrlago licenses wero recently
grnnted to Miss Ada Osgood, of
Salem, and Floyd Shaffer, ot Ariel;
also to Mrs. Ellen Cnwley and Wil
liam T. Hopkins, of Audell.
'Political upheavals, as well as
financial panics, aro duo every few
years. Wo will hall the tlmo when
matters will quiet down, .and stag
nated business tako a boom.
While we are bowing to tho will
of the majority as expressed at the
primaries wo should at tho same
tlmo be buckling our belts tighter
in anticipation of tho campaign that
is to follow the nomination at Chi
cago for President.
Tho following letters remain at
tho Honesdalo postoffice: Clark
Branning, Miss Melon M. Bunnell,
Miss Elizabeth Clifford, W. C. Matter,
Miss Rose Racht, Poarl Strucker,
.lonns Westlleld, Homer Wlllson.
M. B. Allen, postmaster.
The following from the Scran
ton Trlbune-Ropubllcan voices our
sentiments: Tho primary election
gave opportunity for every man to
express his opinion. Let us keep this
In mind. Republicans can have dif
ferent opinions and still bo friends.
The Hawley Times of last week
stated that Prof. Creasy of the High
school of that place was dismissed
from the principnlshlp of that school.
Tho action will lower the rating
of tho school from that of first class
to that of second class in this state.
The acion on the part of the board
was to cut down expenses.
Tho boy scouts will meet in uni
form at tho school house Thursday
evening, at 7:30. to elect patrol lead
ers and troop officers for the follow
ing year. Chief Burgess C. A. Mc
Carty has very kindly promised to
be present and Instruct the boys In
parlimentary practice. After tho
meeting there will be a drill in the
The expected big crop of maple
sugar trom Wayne county has gone
where the peach crop went. From
nearly every section of tho county
comes news of tho shortage of the
maple sugar crop. The season was
a very short one and the farmers
who had the good luclc to start early
are the ones who have the most of
the finished product.
John Gregory, of Prompton, died
at his homo on Friday night. Ho is
survived by his wife and three
daughters, Alice, Carrie and Harriet,
tho two latter being teachers In New
Jersey, while the former teaches In
tho Honesdalo schools. Tho funeral
services, conducted by Rev. Whit-
taker, wero held at his lato home and
wero In charge of the Masons. Tho
pallbearers wero Judge A. T. Searle,
H. A. Oday, O. M. Spettigue, H. T.
Menner, Fred Stevens and Charles
Deln. A delegation of 20 Masons at
tended tho funeral.
Opening April 17, 1012.
Up-to-date millinery goods. All
patronage appreciated. iMrs. Elmer
Carlton, South Sterling. 31tl
Menner & Co. havo on hand to sell
At reduced prices a lino of sample
coats for Juniors and Children, new
William Bea, of Hawley, spent
Mrs. Julius Smith returned home
from Scranton this week.
iMrs. James Lindsay, Sr., of Keene,
called on 'friends hero Monday.
Thomas Goodman was visiting
friends in Scranton over Sunday.
Paul Frederick was a business
caller In Scranton on Friday last.
Misses Minnie Bried and Agatha
McGraw spent Sunday in Hawley.
Thos. J. Shlney, of Philadelphia,
Is the guest of Honesdalo friends.
Ambrose Whalen spent Friday and
Saturday in Scranton on business.
Edwin Bunnell Is assisting at the
local express office for a few days.
Mrs. Asher Klllam, of Hawley, Is
visiting her son, Philip Klllam, here.
J. Kirk Rose, of Carhondalo, was a
caller in town tho llrst of tho week.
Mrs. Henry Blandln, of Scranton,
spent Saturday with friends in town.
Charles Keller, of Rlleyvlllo, was
attending to business hero Inst Fri
day. Floyd J. Cross, of Sterling, was a
guest of W. B. Lesher on Friday
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Peters are
spending the week In New York
Georgo Thomas and family of Car
hondalo, spent Sunday with relatives
T. I). O'Connoll, Church street, Is
convalescing after a two week's Ill
ness. Miss Reglnd Campbell, of Oly
phant, is the guest of Miss Mao Mc
Graw. Frank Lent Is making extonslvo
Improvements of his homo on West
Earl Williams has accepted a cleri
cal position with tho Gurney Eleva
Miss Barbara Deltzer, of Hawley,
Is tho guest of her slstor, (Mrs. John
Mrs. Thos. Gill, of Whlto Mills,
was tho guest of Honesdalo friends
Mrs. J. S. Fryor, who has been
visiting In Port Jorvls, returned homo
C. P. Searle, Esq., left on Monday
afternoon for a fow days' business In
M. B. Simons, Esq., purchased a
Ford automobllo of Floyd Bortreo
'William B. Oulnnlp, of Damascus,
was calling on frlenas In IHoncsdalo
Albert Krantz has returned to his
school duties at tho University of
Mrs. Abrams, of Scranton, Is
visiting hor daughter, Mrs. David
Fisher, this wcok.
Miss Mlldrod Ward was tho guest
of Wllkes-Bnrro relatives tho latter
part of tho week.
Frank Carroll, of Rotreat illospl
tal, Is visiting his formor coworker,
Nnt B. Eggleston.
Walter Crist has resigned his
position as timekeeper with the
Gttrnoy Elovator Co.
'Mrs. Ruth Volgt and "Miss Jcnnlo
Schoonovor wero callers In tho Elec
tric City last wcok.
Miss Mao McGraw has returned
from a visit with friends In Scran
ton and Carhondalo.
Dr. .1. J. Finerty, of Buffalo, N. Y.,
Is visiting nt tho home of his parents
on North Main street.
Miss Frances Richardson recently
returned from Carhondalo whoro
sho had been visiting.
Rev. Charles Canlvan, of Brook
lyn, spent part of last week at his
homo on Rldgo street.
Philip Krantz left Monday on a
business trip in tho Interest of tho
American Knitting Co.
Mrs. John Kuhbach visited her
daughter, 'Miss Florenco Kimble, in
Carhondalo last Fridav.
Mrs. John Balrd and daughter,
(Miss Elizabeth, spent Sunday with
relatives in Carhondalo.
Dr. J. W. Balta loft on Monday
evening for Wllkcs-Barro where ho
will remain a few days.
Miss Alice Turnbcrger will leave
Thursday for a visit with friends In
New York and New Jersey.
Miss Millie Blebus returned to
Bloomsburg after spending Sunday
at her home on High street.
Miss Rena Keen has returned to
East Orange, N. J., after spending
Easter with her paronts here.
Miss May Campbell attended the
" Brokers " dance and banquet In
Carhondalo on Wednesday last.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Richards,
who havo been visiting In Wllkes
Barre, returned on Sunday evening.
Miss Alicia Krantz, of 'North Main
street, returned homo Sunday after
a week s visit with friends in Scran
ton. 'Mr. and 'Mrs. Frank Marsh, of
Gouldsboro, are tho parents 'of a
daughter born Thursday, April 11,
Rev. Thomas Croghan. of Scran
ton, spent a few days recently at
the home of his mother on Gravity
Miss Anna Connolly returned Sat
urday evening from a week's visit
with friends and relatives In tho me
tropolis. The Misses Hawker, of Dyberry
Place, spent Sunday with their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Hawker, at
Mrs. .Mary Kallighan, of Scranton,
spent Sunday as a guest at the homo
of her brother, William Coyne, on
Miss Nelllo and Kato Kelly, of
Scranton, wero guests over Sunday
at tho homo of lEdward Kolly on
Miss 'Lucy Murtha loft Saturday
for Baltlmoro where sho will enter a
courso of training In tho City hospital
nt that placo.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bishop, of
Scrnnton, spent Sundny with tho lat
ter's paronts, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
on High street.
Miss Florenco Bryant, who had
been spending several days with
friends In Scranton, returned homo
on Sunday night.
Prof, and Mrs. H. A. Oday havo
returned from Cortland, N. Y whoro
they spent their Easter vacation with
the lattor's mother.
Mrs. P. K. Klllam and son, George,
of East Honesdale, havo returned
homo after a few days' visit with
friends In Forest City.
Miss Alta Spruks, of Scranton, has
recovered from typhoid fever. Her
many friends will be elated to learn
of hor speedy recovery.
11. R. Gumpcr, until recently em
ployed by David Fisher, started on
Monday as a night man in tho found
dry of the Elevator Works.
Walter Bennett and his corps of
State Engineers aro now located at
Mt. Pleasant and engineering In tho
vicinity of Ledyard's bridge.
Miss Blanche Plerco returned to
Philadelphia on Friday, where sho Is
attending school, after spending her
Easter vacation with relatives 'here.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 'Robinson
and son, of Carbondale, wero Sun
day guests of the former's mother,
Mrs. Sarah Robinson, on Ridge
Master Allan Boyd has successful
ly passed through another operation
on his leg and returned homo from
Dr. Burns hospital at Scranton on
Charles 'Eypper, who Is employed
In the Gurney 'Electric Elevator
Works, returned on Saturday from a
week's vacation to his home in Pat
erson, N. J.
Miss Maud Rchbeln, who had
been spending a week with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. II. Rehbein, on
High street, returned to Now York
on Monday morning.
Julius W. Keltz, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Keltz. was taken to the
Scranton State hospital for treat
ment on Thursday last. His parents
accompanied him there.
Samuel Freeman, of New York,
spent tho week-end with relatives
hero and returned Sunday accom
panied by his daughter Mildred, who
has been spending tho past two weeks
In tho Maple City.
Miss Amy E. Clark entertained
Miss Louise Roe, of Wilkes-Barre,
for a few days recently. The form
er returned to her school duties in
Piazza, N. Y., on 'Monday after spend
ing tho Easter vacation here.
Miss Mildred E. Freeman, of New
York, who had been a guest at the
homo of her grandfather, iM. Brand
amore, left on Sunday for Scranton,
where she will spend a week at tho
homo of her cousin, B, C. Branda-more.
Mrs. Ada Kelly of West street left
on Tucsdny for Stroudsburg, Pa.,
whero eho will visit hor cousin, Dr.
and Mrs. Lewis Ace. She will also
visit Tunkhnnnock nnd Nicholson
whoro her father, H. J. Shlbley, re
sides. Horace Budd, of Benchlake, was In
Honesdalo Tuesdny and ho hnd with
him a lino specimen of bluo heron
which ho killed near the lako (Mon
day. The bird was a beautiful speci
men and stooU about 4 Vfe Teet In
'Miss Caroline Petersen, president
of tho Honesdalo Improvement as
sociation, held her fourth chain tea
Inst Thursday afternoon. Mrs. A. T.
Searlo recontly hold two successful
teas, the receipts of which went to
tho almost depleted treasury of tho
association. The president desires
all who can to continuo holding tho
I WORDS FOR THE
y Wayne County Schools.
Catarrh, Asthma, Colds and
Catarrhal Deafness Quickly
Hero aro some symptoms of ca
tarrh; if you havo any of them get
rid of them by breathing HYOMEI;
it is guaranteed to banish catarrh.
Is your throat raw?
Do you sneeze often?
Is your breath foul?
Are your eyes watery?
Do you tako cold easily?
Is your nose stopped up?
Do you have to spit often?
Do crusts form in your nose?
Aro you worse in damp weather?
Do you blow your nose a great
Are you losing your sense of
iDoes your mouth tasto bad
Do you have a dull feeling In your
Do you havo a discharge from tho
Does mucus drop In back of
Complete HYOMEI outfit, which
Includes Inhaler. $1.00, extra bot
tles. If needca, 50 cents at G. W.
Pell's, tho druggist, and druggists
From now on and continuing throughout April,
there will be a succession of extraordinary buying
opportunities at this store. New fashions freshly
decided and assortments all complete, we are all
ready to serve you better than ever before.
MENS 8, mm MENS SPRING SUITS
Regular Standard J20 and I22.G0
There Is no denying tho fact that
you can buy good clothing elsewhere;
you can, plenty of it, but you can't
buy elsewhere suits that aro any
where nearly as good as these at $15.
Wo back up every claim wo make In
our advertising. Wo produce tho
kind of clothing that gives satisfac
tion. Wo glvo you suits that fit per
fectly and glvo such great service
that you will bo proud to wear them
and como back season nftcr season.
TEN DOLLAR SUITS THAT ARE UNEQUALED
of our $10
Beforo buying your Spring suit
como and see the excellent garments
wo aro offering at Ton Dollars.
Clothes for which you would pay 9 15
elsewhere. Mado of strictly all wool
fabrics. Beautiful effects In the
season's most popular colorings.
Suits that cannot be nearly approach
ed In style, workmanship
or fabric anywhero else
'at . SI 0.00
Values like these have made this store the best in the city. This fact is ad
mitted by everyone, but the idea of this announcement is to have you come in and try
on one ot our suits. We want you to know through your" own o b s er v at i o nt ha tjji e s e
are beyond doubt the best suits ever produced at $10.00 & $15.00.
Opening Exhibition Of Boys Suits
In Norfolk, Russian, Blouse and Oouble Breasted. Some with 2 pair Knicker
bockers at $1.98, $2.49, $3.49, $4.00 and $5.00.
Enterprise Clothing House
A. W. Abrams, Prop,
Hart, Schaffner & Marx Fine Olothes
Men and Women