The citizen. (Honesdale, Pa.) 1908-1914, April 26, 1912, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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(Special to Tho Citizen.)
Gouldsboro, April 23.
On Monday cvcnliiR Mrs. 'David
Ellenberger gave a delightful sur
prlso party 'for her grandmother,
Mrs. A. Latham, of Nicholson, who
has been spending several weeks with
her. Dainty refreshments were serv
ed and all enjoyed n very pleasant
evening. She was 'presented with a
very nice birthday remembrance. At
a late hour tho guests departed,
wishing her many happy returns of
tho day. Those present were: Mrs.
C. W. Garagan, Mrs. .lames Dowllng,
Mrs. John Fahey. Mrs. 0. A. Kcrl
Ing, Mrs. S. S. Hager. Mrs. A. L.
Rhodes. Mrs. M. E. Smith. Mrs. Ell
enberger and Mrs. Latham.
Mrs. Sallle Lef'lair Is spending a
wt'cU with her daughter at Lehigh
ton. Mrs. John Peters and iMiss Peters,
of Hoboken. X. J., are at the St.
Miss Kohn, of Tobyhanna, spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Akers of New
foundland, spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. William McAree.
Or. ana 'Mrs. G. A. Korling Is
spending a couple of days with Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Bajor, 1700 nidge
How, Scranton.
Mr. and Mrs. John Fahey were
called to Tobyhanna Sunday by the
death of Mr. Fnhey's mother.
Mrs. McCann, of Scranton, was
the guest of Daniel Connelly last
Mrs. James Dowling and Miss
Anna Dowling spent Saturday in
Ralph Adams has returned from a
visit with his uncle and family, Mr.
and Mrs. George Adams, at Dickson
Harry Adams, of Dickson City, is
spending a week with iMr. and Mrs.
Ira Adams.
Tho school pupils of Wayne coun
ty can secure a book containing a
omplete list of the first thirty les
sons of tho spelling contest of the
Mrs. Boucher, of Wilkes-Barre, Is
isiting with her cousin, Mrs. Wil
liam Matthews, at Klondike.
Clarence Surplus was a Scranton
visitor on Saturday.
F. M. Woodmansee, tho paBt week.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Monroe, of
Norwich, N. Y., aro visiting relatives
'Mrs. William Monington and chil
dren arrived from West Virginia last
Wednesday and will live on her farm
the coming year.
Several young people attended tho
drama at Lakowood Friday night.
Mrs. Lumly run! daughter, of
Dinghnnitou, and Mrs. Bartholomew,
of iPlcasant Mount, were tho guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gonther last
Tho (Methodist Episcopal Sunday
school was recorganlzcd Sunday
morning. Superintendent George
Roney; assistant superintendent, G.
E. Littell; treasurer, Mrs. Ronoy;
secretary, Hazel Decker; organist,
Ethel Woodmansee; superintendent
cradel roll, Mrs. Sarah Decker.
James Lynch returned Thursday
after spending a few days In Scran
ton with his parents.
'Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Woodmansee
went to Scranton Saturday to visit
their son. Warren, who undorwent an
operation at Dr. Reed Burns' private
hospital on 'Sunday last.
Mrs. James McGrath is visiting
relatives in Scranton.
George Davis, of Wilkes-Barre, Is
the guest of his sister, Mrs. George
The baccalaureate sermon will be
preached in the Methodist 'Episcopal
church Sunday evening, May 5, by
Rev. J. O. Warner, of Long Eddy.
The graduating exercises will be
held the following Tuesday evening.
Dr. E. L. Kemp, of Stroudsburg, will
be the speaker of the evening.
Itov. A. L. Whlttakor will hold
services In St. John's Episcopal
church on Friday ovening of this
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Stockor cele
brated their fifteenth wedding an
niversary on Frldny, April 19.
Mrs. Geo. Collins and Ada Sadler
wero visiting their sister, Mrs. Floyd
Neville, and other friends in this
neighborhood last week.
Geo. O. Glllett hns torn down his
'barn nnd also a slaughter house
and will erect n now barn near tho
slto of tho former one.
Tho V. C. T. U. will meet nt tho
'homo of Mrs. Mnrlon 'Franc on Fri
day afternoon, April 2C, at 2:30
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Wolfe and two
children, Notcong, N. J., aro visiting
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stocker.
On Tuesday last a combined saw
and cider .mill owned by Jack Sos
sonhclmor, was completely destroyed
by fire.
Dr. O. J. Mullen. Mr. F. A. Poet
nnd Miss Elma Pcct visited Scranton
on Wednesday.
Tho town was favored with nn ex
cellent moving plcturo show held in
the 'I. O. O. F. hall on the evening
of the 22d.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Williams,
Scranton, visited Mrs. Williams' par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Field, over
(Special to The Citizen )
Hollisterville, April 23
Miss Hazel Franc, daughter
Mr. and 'Mrs. Charles Franc,
Hollisterville, and Ivan Kimble,
Abordeen, wero married 'Wednesday
evening at 8 o'clock at the home of
the bride s iparents. Rev. J. W.
Frey, of Madisonville, officiated.
Miss Esther Veith acted as lirides-
iuaid and Ivan'Pirie, of Scranton,
as bestman. Tho brldo was attired In
a gown of white satin covered with
corded net, and carried a bouquet of
white bridal roses. Her maid was
attired in a gown of pink silk and
lace and carried a pink carnation.
Lohengrin's wedding march was
played by Miss Mildred Elliot.
Among those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Franc, Mr. and Mrs. F.
B. Kimble, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Kimble. 'Mr. and Mrs. Grand Kimble,
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Kimble, Mr. and
Mrs. John ilemmler, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Neville, Mr. and (Mrs. G. H.
Veith. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Whalte,
Mrs. Frank Smith. Mrs. John Elliot,
Mrs. L. Watrous, 'Mrs. Henry Steckel,
Mrs. Agnes Moore, Mrs. Lizzie Pot
ter, Misses Esther Veith, (Mildred
Elliott, Ethel Blesecker. Minnie Ne
ville, Hattie Ilemmler, Helen Grom
llch, Lisetta Fuegllen, Margoret
Kimble, Bessie Smith, Edna Veith
and Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Frey and
Mr. W. D. Franc, Charles Myers,
Ivan Birie. Howard Cromllch, Floyd
Bnrtlow and Edwin Volth.
'Squire E. B. Hollister has Im
proved so he Is able to be up and
about In his room.
Mr. and (Mrs. 'Byron Mott enter
tained Rev. and Mrs. Relchert at
tea on Thursday evening.
I'nion prayer meetings are held al
ternately In the M. P. and M. E.
'htirches every Thursday evening at
The Easter exercises held in tho
M. E. chun'h last Sunday morning
wore well attended while the primary
scholars rendered a good program.
One of Augustus Henneforth
horses .broke one of its legs in tho
stable in some unknown way and had
to he killed.
Rev. A. R. Relchert will preach in
the M. P. church on Sunday, April
28. at I 1 a. in. on "Water Baptism."
Ho 'will also commence regular ser
vices at Cobb's Memorial church on
the ahovo date in the afternoon at 3
p. in.
The managers of the Clover
League met at the barber shop of
Herbert Relchert and transacted
business pertaining to the league on
Friday evening.
(Special to Tho Citizen.)
West Preston, April 23
(Jrvio Leo returned ihonie
Trout Creek Tuesday last.
Wesley Bartleson, of Starrucca,
called at Layton Wall's Wednesday.
.Mrs. John Stevens attended the
Ladles' Aid at Orson last week
Donald and Georgo Starbard, of
Wrighter Hill, captured a largo mess
of trout while fishing along the creek.
here Saturday.
Victor .Bartleson is working for E
L. Vincent at Orson.
Clyde Wrighter spent Thursday a.t
U. m. Wallace s.
rreu ana unaries .Hubbard are
shipping their milk and cream to
James Buchanan and wife passed
through here Sunday when on their
way to Lakewood to see the former's
mother, who Is critically ill at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Harry
Mrs. .). Stevens visited her par
ents at Poyntello Monday of this
'Prudence Lee spent Saturday and
Sunday with her parents.
'Samuel Hubbard, of Thompson.
has many friends in this vicinity who
are glad to hear he is regaining
Dcntli of Mrs. Judnon TIITany.
Mrs. Judson E. Tfffany, wlfo of
in anrvn in fi,n Justlco J. E. Tiffany. died Wodnos-
Besalon of tho United States court In d?r ,,0,r hom. In I'leasAnt Mount
Wllllamsport. which begins tho first ?Iler. n Bno.rl "mess. Mrs. iircany
(From Another Correspondent.)
Lee Bush, of Calltcoon, put steam
heat In the 'Baptist parsonage at
Tyler Hill last week.
W. L. Jackson spent Sunday with
his sister at Dyborry.
Mr. Peck spent Eastor in Now
A number from here attended La
dles' Aid meeting at Mrs. Warren
Yerkes' last Wednesday and reported
a pleasant day.
Mr. Will Orr Torrey and Mrs. Etta
Tyler Brown, of Tyler Hill, were
married last Wednesday at the home
of Forest Tyler Torrey, by Rev. R.
D. Minch. We extend congratula
Perry Griffith returned to New
York last 'Wednesday.
air. and Mrs. John Smith and
daughter, Bessie, of White Lake,
wero Tyler Hill callers last week.
Miss Luia Gregg, of Abrahanis-
ville, spent Tuesday with Mrs.
H. B. Lord has the lumber ready
for his now house.
'Mrs. James Smith lhas tomato
plants in blossom.
Mr. and Mrs. Gaston attended the
funeral of Mr. Keesler at Galilee last
IMiss Florence Brush spent last
week with Mrs. Warren Yerkes.
Mrs. Will Gaston spent Sunday at
'Mrs. James Ramsey, of White
Lake, visited her mother, Mrs.
Pearce, last week.
Orson Jackson, of (Howolls, N. Y.,
spent Sunday with Tyler Hill
Porter Itoss was decorating for
iMrs. Will Jackson and C. D. Fort-
nam last week,
Rev. Win. Wilson, a former pastor
of the Baptist Damascus church, has
accepted a call and moved to a place
near 'Pittsburg, Pa.
II. B. Lord has a new gasoline engine.
iMondny of May, wero drawn Tues
day 'by United States Marshal Wlt
incr nnd Clerk Scliouer.
Those from Scranton and nearby
places aro:
Grand Jurors.
John Cnrroll, hotclkecpcr, Scranton.
Hcrbort E. Bassett, reporter, Hones
dale. Joseph Glcnnon, brewer, Plttston.
'Samuol HIncs, gentleman, Scranton.
S. E. Lynch, doctor, Clark's Summit.
II. B. Lodoror, salesman, Forest
Edward Laird, morchant, Avoca.
James Paul, bank clerk, Carbondalo.
Charles Touhlll, manager, Plttston.
W. T. Titsworth, clerk of court,
William H. Warner, cashier, Mont
W. P. Billings, banker, Wilkes-Barre.
Thomas W. Brown, merchant,
l'ctlt Jurors.
Fred K. Zang. laborer, Scranton.
August Reidenbaeli, machinist,
L. W. Morse, gentlemen. Scranton.
James Gibbons, deputy prothonotary.
John A. Atherton, paymaster, Scran
ton. John Bowen. rock contractor, Scran
ton. H. A. Wllman, merchant, Jermyn.
John W. Berry, civil engineer, Pitts
tori. Michael Elserlo. plumber, Plymouth.
John S. Harding, lawyer, Wilkes
Barre. B. F. Haines, editor, Honcsdale.
Owen Murray, hotolkeepor, Wilkes
Barre. II. W. Rust, merchant, Wilkes-Barre.
had been a long nnd patient sufferer
of rheumatism nnd her death will
bo a shock to her many Wayno coun
ty friends, Sho was aged about 55
years and besides her hiiBband, one
daughter, Helen, survives. Tho
funcrni win be held Saturday after
noon nt 1:30 nnd Interment will bo
mado In tlio Pleasant Mount ccmo-tery.
Thero Is more Catarrh In this sec
tion of tho country than all other
diseases put together, and until the
last few years was supposed to ho
incurable. For a great many years
doctors pronounced it a local disease
nnd prescribed local remedies, and by
constantly falling to cure with local
treatment, pronounced It Incurable.
Science has proven catarrh to bo a
constitutional disease and therefore
requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured
by F. J. Cheney &. Co., Toledo, Ohio,
Is the only constitutional cure on the
market. It Is taken internally in
doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful.
It acts directly on tho blond and muc
ous stirfnees of the system. They
offer one hundred dollars for any case
It falls to cure. Send for circulars
and testimonials.
Address: F. J. CHENEY ii CO.
Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Tor Infants ana Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Boars tho
Slgnaturo of
Estate of JOHN II. VARCOE.
Lato of Damascus Township,
executor of said estate, will attend
tho duties of his appointment on
MONDAY, APRIL 29. 1312,
at 2 o'clock p. m at his office
will bo loat.
E. C. MUMFORD, auditor.
Honesdaic, April 3, 1912. 28t
(Special to Tho Citizen.)
Preston. April 23.
C. E. Spencer and wife spent the
week-end viistlng friends and rela
tives In Honesdale and vicinity.
J. S. Sherwood mado a business
trip to (Honesdale recently.
Mrs. v B. Stone Is slowly improv
ing from her two weeks' sickness.
R. M. Spencer, who has been in
the employ of A. J. Baltgold, of
BInghamton, has resigned and is at
his home here.
Miss Grace Monaghan Is spending
some time with her brother, Steven,
in Pleasant Mt.
Geo. Butler and wife, of Carbon
dale, are visiting relatives in Pres
ton. Millard Doyle, of New York City,
is spending a few days with his
cousin, W. H. (Doyle-.
H. M. Spencer made a flying trip
to the valley last week.
NOTICE Is hereby given that an ap
plication will be made to tho Gov
ernor of Pennsylvania on May 17th,
1912, at 11 o'clock a. m. by Catho
llno Lambert, J. Wallace Lambert,
and W. F. Suydam, Jr., under the
Act of Assembly, entitled an Act
to provide for tho Incorporation and
regulation of certain corporations,
approved April 29, 1S74, and sup
plements thereto for the charter of
an intended corporation to be called
"Tho Cronrwell Light, Heat and
(Special to Tho Citizen )
Steene, April 24.
.!..,.,. ir. It', nht whn ,11
caught like a rat in a trap, in
wrecK on tun jeiierson uivisio
. t. n 4 1 n rwn In I - r i I r
fore he will be able to resume h
Tno Bobolink has wound up h
sap business, making 51 gallons
A No. 1 syrup.
busy preparing the soil for ear
Henry Hogancamp is nursing
mi v inmmffi inp. I'liiisnn nv :m :l
Mrs. Ray Spangenburg. of Carbo
dale. Is visiting her parents here.
AIlss Cora Miller closed a ve
. n,n.r.?, 1 nt.,v. nf oilinnl ti firn In
wiiiinm curt, or lveens. soiu o
of his fancy cows last week Co
slderatlon, cow and calf. $70
Cattle dealers are paying at t
Power Company, tno cnaracier anu Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hambly,
nortatlon and furnishing of water
with the right to take rivulets and
lands and erect reservoirs for hold
ing water for manufacturing and
other purposes, and for the'ereation,
establishing, furnishing, transmis
sion and using of water power
therefrom and for these purposes to
have, possess and enjoy all the
rights, benefits and privileges of the
said Act of Assembly and supple
ments thereto.
Honesdare, Pa., April IS, 1912.
ents on Sunday.
I'nnr icnin nLr ill i.iif.
T I 1 1 . . 1. ,t,ln '
tnnt li-nntr r I , Tf ll 1 Q i ,1 !intfHlln( fl
nvnrvthinir that stood on tour le
phi. it., iq n niiRr nr nn l Knnv I
price or stocK.
Aipprnnni livninnii. n avm:
be plentiful this fall, and that
will be able to fill his potato b
for at least 25c per bushel
four acres of the tubers this s
son, the weather permitting;
Orrtltnl.- .ll nlftnt nnu npro I
(Special to Tho Citizen.)
iHamlin, April 24.
Maplewood, April 24.
Tho Blue Jays met the Salem team
on the homo grounds Saturday nf.
ternoon. Ten Innings were played in
as hotly a contested game as ever was
played here. The llnal score was
14 to 13 in ifavor of the homo team
The game was given over to a great
I deal of fault-finding by both sides
owing to some of the decisions of the
umpire being very rank. Outsiders
who watched tho game gave tho
opinion that with a good umpire tho
game would only havo gono nine
Tho road near tho school house is
being cleaned of tho encroaching
trees and brush.
Rev. W. F. Schofer will preach in
tho Grace church next Sunday morn
ing at 9:30 o'clock and Rev. Kuhn
at tho Evangelical church at 7:30
o clock.
The scholars of Miss Gertrude Mao
Lee's room expected to present
their teacher with a nlco plcturo at
an open session of Harvest Grange
Saturday evening when a lunch was
served in her honor. Owing to her
illness with a severe attack of neu
ralgia a committee composed of
Frances Olmstcad and Verna Bnrt
low visited Miss Lee and made the
presentation. A resolution of
thanks to Miss Leo ifor her earnest
work and help to the scholars was
passed by tho grange and a rising
voto of thanks given.
All those wishing to tako up
teachers' training course in Bible
study aro requested to cnll on Rev,
Itov. Kuhn, who Is an earnest
worker in the grange Is expect
ed to unite with Harvest Grange
very soon. .
(Special to The Citizen.)
Orson, April 24.
A very pleasant evening was spent
at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Sheldon on Friday last. Every one
enjoyed themselves Immensoly.
Merton Taylor has accepted a
position in A. F. nine's general store
at Orson and if reports and appear
ances havo anything to do, why the
new parson will tie the knot In which
tho cook and the new clerk, will be
as ono.
Quarterly meeting that was to bo
held Saturday, April 20, has been
postponed until further notice.
Communion service was. held Sun
day, April 21, by Rov. E. V. Young.
The condition of tho roads of Or
son aro in a frightful state. Wo
(hope to see thorn improved in tho
near future. A new Stato road is
needed here as badly as in any other
spot in Wayno county and 1 am sure
It would be appreciated to the full
(Mr. and Mrs. Arch Lee, of Carbon-
dale, aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. She!
Georgo Wlldner. of Plymouth, is
In town on business.
The Orson band will hold a con
cert and box social next Saturday
night. A good 'time Is expected
Tho friends of Mrs. E. W. Hino
will be glad to hear that she Is Im
The following articles, which is a partial list of goods for sale, arel
good condition and have been reduced about one-half of the original price:
(Special to The Citizen )
Lako Como, April 24.
Miss Anna Guethoff closed her
third successful term of school In
tho plrmary department of tho Buck
ingham high school Tuesday, April
9, with an entertainmont In tho oven
Inir. The senior class held a social
at the close of tho oxcrcises. Ico
rream. cake, sandwiches and coffco
were served. 'Proceeds, $31. Miss
Ouothoff loft Wednosday for her
homo in Clarion. Sho was accom
panied as far as Scranton by !MIss
Harriet Kingsbury.
Miss Louisa Todd finished n suc
cessful terra of school at Starlight
April 9.
Thomas Bwopo. of Trench Wood,
(Special to Tho Citizen.)
Newfoundland, April 25.
Andrew Beesockor nnd son, Clair,
accompanied Mr. Hlbbs to Phlladol
phia In his automobllo Monday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Floyd Bortree, o
Ariel, woro tho guests of Mr. and
Mrs. O. E. Simons Sunday.
Frend 'Robackor was an 'Ariel
caller on Monday.
Frend Simons and son, Lodgodalo
woro Newfoundland callers Tuesday.
(Special to The, Citizen )
"Mrs. J. A. McKeo arrived last
week from Philadelphia. Sho Is now
niisy packing her household good
preparatory to removing to that
Miss iD. P. Hamlin entertained the
Booklover's Olub on Wednesday ar-
(Special to Tho Citizen.)
Whites Valley. April 23.
Tho Ladies' Aid society was
pleasantly entertained Thursday by
tho president, Miss lAnna M. Illauser,
Mrs. Wellington 'Moase, of Pleas-
ant Mount, is spending a few weeks
ut E. J. (Miller's.
Messrs. Howard and Raymond
Pomery have purchased tho, Simon
Pomery farm and will engago exten
slvoly In agriculture.
Win. Ilauser spent several days
with hm father, Ghas. Mauser, re
Mrs. Cynthia Kellogg Is spending
sovenil weeks witn Mrs. Ucrt Mil
Miss Jennie Glover spont Sunday
at Croamton with her sister, lira
Ollvo Bryant.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Emerson
Miller, a son, and a little daugther
has arrived at tho homo of Mr. and
Mrs. Bert Miller.
Miss Flora Flshor, of Emmltts
burg, Md., recently returned homo
aftor being entertained several days
at 11. I j. Flshor s.
E. M. Stark spent Sunday at L. P
atarn b.
Notlco Is horoby given to all old
soldiers, soldiers' widows and pen
sloners to no suro and present your
petition certmcato wnen having
vouchors mado out lor ponslon. Th
law requires that this must be dono.
First column original, second sale price :
Nails COc to ?1.50 per keg
Paint 12.10 at $1.25 per gal.
Hinges Gc per lb. at 3c per lb.
Locks 30 15 etc. each
Wash Basln3 1005 cts. each
Milk Pans 1506 cts. each
Galvanized Pails 2507 cts. each
Axes 1 1.25 75 cts. each
Swooping Compound 25c. pkg. 15c.
Nickel Tea and Coffee Pots U.25 G5c each
Hnmmers and Hatchets GO 35 each
Leather half soles 2010 per pr.
Belting at greatly reduced prices.
Doors 2.10 50c each
Moating Stoves $20.00 $10.00 each
Meat Choppers $2.001.35 each
Wood Measures 35c 10c each
Metal Polish 50c 30c can
Files 15c 07 each
Screws U original price
Pocket Knives 00c 25c each
Razors $2.50 $1.00 each
Padlocks 40c 15c each
Bathroom Fixtures at greatly reduced prices.
Rope 12 1-2 Sc lb.
Poultry Supplies at greatly reduced prices.
Bolts, at greatly reduced prices.
Furniture Polish 25c 15c bottlo
Varnish Stains at greatly reduced prices.
Shot Guns at greatly reduced prices.
Hunting Coats $2.25 1.25 each
Shot Gun Shells G0c 40c box
Carving Sets ?3.50 $1.50 set
Saw Clamps $1-00 GOc each
Saw Sets 50
Mrs. Pott's Sad Irons L15 85c
Asbestos Irons L75 $1.25
Knlsomlno Brushes $1.00 40e
Ax and All Kinds Hills, at greatly reducod prices.
Barn Door Hangers 75c 40c.
Stovo Clay 35c to 25c per pkg
Stovo Clay 25c to 15e. por pkg.
Stovo Clay 16c to OSc per pkg.
Fishing Tacklo at greatly roduced prices.
Steel Traps 35c 20e
Broad Mixers $2.00 $1.25
Stewart Clipping Machines, original prlco $7.50; sale prlco $5.50
Baumann Building Next to Leiir
South Main Street.
was the guest of his daughter, Mrs.
ternoon of last week.