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THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1912.
GOOD CABBAGE PLANTS AT II.
W. KEEN'S, Waymnrt, Wayno
county, Pa. 100 for 20c; 1000 for
FOH SALE THE STANDING HAY
on tho Brown farm, Elk Lake.
Joshua A. Brown, Honcsdalc, Pa.
STEAMED CLAMS AT WENIGER'S
Saturday night, 10 cents per doz
en. S. C. BUFF ORPINGTON EGGS.
Blooded stock. $1.00 setting of
15. F. B. Lord, Honesdalo, Pa. 24olt
CABBAGE, CAULIFLOWER AND
tomato plants for salo at Androw
Llcbig's, 307 High street. 4Gt3
FOH SALE BUILDING LOTS,
40x270, nenr now Elevator Works,
5300. Honesdalo homes, $400; ?G50
and tip. Farms, nil prices some
near town. Now's the time to buy
before the boom starts. See Dorln.
FOR SALE WELL EQUIPPED
machine shop and garngo located
on Industrial Point, Honesdnle.
Business established 20 years. Best
known glass cutters supply con
cern In tho United States. Edward
G. Jenkins, Honesdnle, Pa. 42tf.
ANOTHER BARGAIN. THIS TIME
Brand New $350 Piano for $225
Can't believe it. Come and see. Mc-
GO TO THE WOODSIDE, AT BETH
nny, Pa., for your Sunday dinner
large cool rooms orders for din
ner taken at any time. Call Bell
WILL (PAY CASH FOR YOUR
chickens, hens, ducks, geeso and
eggs. 'Phono or write A. E. Slsson,
Milanville, Pa., or write to me. M.
Fagin, Liberty, N. Y. 48elS
TWO OR THREE GIRLS WANTED
at box factory at once. 37tf.
50 MEN AND BOYS WANTED TO
learn glass cutting. Krantz,
Smith Co., Honosdale, Pa. 23eltf
Born, a son, to Mr. and Mrs.
Walter 'Bayly, of iRiver street, on
The flavor and texture of pota
toes are spoiled if they are allowed
to remain in the sun.
Out-of-town parties have rented
the store recently vacated by John
Jtickert in the Foster building and
will occupy same this month. Fur
ther particulars later.
F'lag Day was fittingly observed
in Honesdale on Friday and nearly
all of tho business places were dec
orated in the national colors, while
many flags were hoisted above the
public buildings and banks.
Grover Wayman and Miss Bes
sie Tuttle, of Sherman, were mar
ried on Saturday, June 8, at Deposit,
N. Y , by Rev. O. G. Merchant. They
went to Deposit, N. Y., that evening
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ttelg
les, of Big Hollow.
The road, leading from Carbon
dale to tho Criminal Insane Asylum
at Farvlew, which was taken over by
the State Highway department, is
being made wider, the stones raked
off and boulders blasted out. It is
placed in first-class condition until
such time when the State will build
a new road.
Work is progressing nicely at
the new criminal Insane hospital at
Farvlew. The concrete work for
the reservoir was completed on Sat
urday. The reservoir will have a
capacity of 1,500,000 gallonB of wa
ter and will be fed by natural
springs. The piping has been laid
from tho reservoir to the power
house, which will be completed this
week. Brick laying on the laundry
commenced Tuesday morning.
Members of the Passamaquoddy
Indian tribe at Eastport, Me., are
beginning to market the results of
their winter's basket making labor.
Ono variety of basket which they
make receives a ready sale at the
sardine factories. It Is very heavy
and especially adapted to the hand
ling of herring In those plants. At
tempts have been made to produce
this basket by machinery, but with
out success. Tho machine-made ar
ticle has not the lasting quality of
that made by tho Indians. The sup
ply of ash for basket making is se
cured in Aroostock county.
Tho Incoming 8:08 a. m. Erie
rain is greatly appreciated by the
business men and others in Hones
dale in that the new train brings
mail, which otherwise would not
reach hero until 10:00. When
thoroughly known It undoubtedly
will bo one of tho best patronized
trains on tho Wyoming division. The
first train from Scranton to Hones
dalo Saturday morning loft the
former city with every seat taken.
The trafllc was distributed along the
lino in Wayne county. Several came
through to Honesdale. Elsewhere In
today's Issue of Tho Citizen will bo
found tho Erie's chango of time
table, which Is published by the
Board of Trade for tho benefit or
patrons living along tho Scranton
division and Honesdale branch of
Among those from out of town
who attended the funeral of Martin
Tteafler at Hawley on Wednesday
were: Miss Clara and Ernest Realler,
of Cherry Ridge; 'Mr. and Mrs. Ja
cob Reailor and Henry tteallor and
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Penwarden, of
Carley Brook; William Reaflor and
son William of Tanners Falls; Mrs.
John Tteafler. Mrs. Anna Taylor,
Miss Lylla Iteaflor, Mrs. Stephen
Bergman, Mrs. Edward Taylor, Mrs.
Walter Schimpf, Miss Weferllng,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Brown, Mrs. E.
T Brown, Mrs. Kate Fitch, Fletcher
Bunnoll and John Weaver, of Hones
dale; Mrs. Ashor Hapeman, of Port
Jervis; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Keuling
and Miss Gussle Keuling of Bloom
ing Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Vetterlein, Mrs. iBehler and Eric
Trlvllpieco, of Paupack.
Miss Elma Miller, daughter of
Mr. and "Mrs. R. J. Miller, has tho
County Dctcctlvo N. B. Spencer
was reappointed to Hint office by
tho court on Tucstlny.
There were two Infants baptiz
ed Sunday morning in tho Presby
terian church nnd live In tho Meth
A case of scarlet fever hnft
been reported to N. B, Sponcer. It Is
In tho home of Edward Gregory at
Krcltner Bros. Installed a now
front In the Hessler bakery on Tues
day. It makes a decided improve
ment to tho store.
'Indian Orchnrd Grange have
engaged Rev. Dr. Balta and M. E.
Simons to nddrc?s them on July 4.
Dinner will bo served. Dancing In
Rny. young son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Mitchell, of Bunnelltown,
was kicked In tho 'head by a horse
on Friday last. Dr. F. W. Powell
gave him attention.
The first commencement exor
cises of St. Mary Magdalen's Paroch
ial school were held at tho G. C. club
Monday night. A credltablo program
was rendered by the pupils.
W. F. Kelsch and Mrs. Kreiter
of this place, are mentioned In the
Port Jervis Gazette as guests at the
Smlth-Kolsch nuptial which occurred
in Port Jervis on Sunday last.
Bass season opened on Saturday
last. The lakes and ponds of Wayne
county were dotted with eager fish
ermen. Owing to the cold weather
tho catches were reported light.
A deputy school inspector was
in Honesdale Inst week. He visited
our High school and tasted that it
came the nearest to the require
ments of the new school code law
of any educational institution In the
Mrs. Minor Crosby will enter
tain tho Ladies' Aid society of the
Indian Orchard Methodist Episcopal
church, at tea on Wednesday even
ing, June 19. There will be an Ice
cream and cake social at her home
in ihe evening of the same day.
To-day's Citizen is teeming with
news. Every page, including pages
2, 3, G and 7 contain live news mat
ter. On the third page is the com
plete will of tho late E. F. Torrey,
while on tho sixth page Is an inter
esting article on "Getting Rid of
the House Fly."
What might have been a serious
accident happened Friday evening in
the Shoe Shining Panor opposite the
D. & II. station, when Miss Marie
Ward's dress caught on a chair, and
tripping her threw her forcibly
against a glass show case, which was
badly broken. Miss Ward received
several slight cuts on the shoulder.
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church gave a supper In the church
parlors on "Friday evening and a
large attendance Is reported to have
done justice to the delicious straw
berries, Ico cream and cake and other
good things that were served. A
neat sum was realized by the ladles
which will be used for church pur
poses. A corps of engineers, assisted
by II. H. Richards, placed grade and
contour stakes on the site of the
proposed Gurney Electric Elevator
company's factory the llrst of tho
week. As soon as there is a clear
title obtained of tho different prop
erties purchased, the dirt will fly.
This will probably take place In a
Several members of Free and
Accepted Masons of Wayne county
will go to Milford on Juno 24 to at
tend tho 50th anniversary of the
institution of that lodge. A special
train has been chartered of the Enle
railroad. It will leave Honesdalo at
4 o'clock Monday afternoon and re
turning will arrive about 3 o'clock
the following morning.
Cantaln C. J. Kelley's five-year
commission as captain of Co. E, 13th
regiment, N. G. P., expires on
Thursday of this week. That the
captain will renew his commission
will be gratifying news to the mem
bers of tho company. This is Cap
tain Kelley's thirteenth year in the
service; it will bo his thirteenth
camp and he is the head officer of
the thirteenth and star regiment of
tho third brigade.
On Friday, June 14, the follow
ing members of tho White Mills I.
O. H. began clearing away tho un
der-brush and such as was necessary
to begin to treak ground for the
building of their ball: E. Larson, C.
Swensen, C. Smith, J. Miller, F.
Wagner, and F. Mattan. When this
hall is completed, it will bo a mag
nificent building It is to be 80x44,
with a beautiful background to be
used for picnic purposes. Tho plot
of ground is situated on tho Hones
dale road on the north of White
Mills; the location is handy to get
to with rigs. They expect to have
the hall ready by the first of Oc
tober. Last week Main street was so
dusty that ono could not see across
tho street; this week It is so muddy
that It Is almost Impassable. Rea
son owing to conditions better ex
plained by the men interested, Main
street received no attention for two
or three days after tho sprinkling
season had opened until tho town
took charge of tho street. Now tho
first party has returned to tho old
Job and ho Is assisted hy a new par
ty. Both havo their own subscribers
and In some instances ono man
sprinkles over tho same territory
covered by his predecessor. There
is a storm browing which might end
in a hurricane or cyclone. Look
Honesdalo's firemen, by that wo
mean tho Alerts, too, mado tho best
appearance in tho six-county fire
men's parade at Dunraoro last Thurs
day. Tho boys wero hcadod by the
Maplo City Drum Corps and as tho
Honesdalo delegation passed tho
spectators, thoy wero heartily ap
plauded. A picture representing tho
local aggregation appeared in tho
Scranton Truth on Friday. That
iwper acknowledged that tho homo
boys mado tho hit of tho parade, In
which there wero 5,000 men In lino.
Honesdalo companies woro Invited
guests of Independent Hoso company,
of Dunmoro, and thoy speak in high
est pralso for tho manner in which
thoy wero entertained,
The Herald's special was duly
received. Its paper was dated Juno
18, two dnys nftor tho finding of tho
uouy ot tno womnn who was drown
cd In a barrol at Equlnunk and ono
dny nftor their regular Issue camo
out. Their special telegraphic dis
patches woro dated June 12. The
Herald Is doing better.
Wayne county strawberries ar
rived in Honesdalo on Saturday, be
lug tho first of tho season. Tho
mnrkct Is being supplied by E. E
and W. E, lAvery, of Berlin, nnd J
E. Goff, of Bothnny. Tho berries
havo a flavor that is not obtnlnnblo In
tho southern fruit. In fact Wayne
county cxcells In everything.
A peculiar formntlon on tho leaf
of tho whlto nsh and water beech
has been reported by Theodore Day
ot uyucrry, who was in town on
Monday. Ho brought with him
many of tho leaves and pod-like
formations nnd ho declared he
nover saw anything like them. On
the Beech leaf there aro small red
formations running along the veins
01 tno leaf and parallel to each oth
or. The Whlto Ash leaf presents a
different appearance in that its for
mation Is In the shapo of a pea pod
and of a reddish brown color. The
Insect lays the egg on tho leaf and
tho egg causes tho leaf to swell up
and gradually Inclose tho eggs Into a
pod-shaped mass. Tho leaf is entire
ly used up in tho process and Mr.
Day says that ninny of his Ash trees
nrc covered with this formation and
on some limbs every leaf has been
absorbed Into a brooding place for
the eggs of the unknown insect. On
opening one of tho pods small white
worms were seen, one pod contain
ing nbout twenty-flvo of them. They
appear to havo small legs and crawl
in the manner of a grub. Mr. Day
says -that ho believes they ultimately
go into a chrysllis form and develop
into some species of fly.
William Erk Starrucca
Eva J. Sampson Starrucca
Oscar H. Kipp Elmhurst
Grace V. Bartleson Sterling
(Issued In Scranton)
James H. Varcoe Waymart
Margaret Spry Waymart
Miss Ethel Lee is visiting relatives
Miss Laura Cortrlght spent Sun
day In Carbondale.
W. P. Feeney spent Sunday with
his family at Carbondale.
W. II. Connaugbton, of Carbon
dale, was in town on Friday.
Miss Grace Rettew, of Carbondale,
Is visiting relatives in town.
Robert A. Smith, Jr., spent Sun
day with friends in Carbondale.
Miss Bessie Lawyer was the guest of
Carbondale friends over Sunday.
Mrs. J. S. Lowden left Saturday
for an extended stay in Wilkes-Barre.
Chas. T. Bentley returned Mon
day from a business trip to tho me
Attorney C. P. Searle was a pro
fessional caller in Wilkes-Barro on
Fred Hagedorn, of Philadelphia,
is spending a ten days vacation with
Austin Lyons is home from the
University of Michigan for the sum
Miss Florenco Bunnell left on
Monday for several weeks visit with
relatives In Chicago.
Miss Margaret Green of St. Agnes
School, Albany, N. Y Is homo for
tho summer vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Thompson, of
McGraw, N. Y aro guestB of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert J. Miller.
Miss C. Lilian Baker, of New York
City, arrived Monday for a visit with
relatives in Honesdale.
Miss Marguerite Dolmetsch spent
Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. William
MacMullen, of Pittston.
Mrs. Ella Pope, who has spent the
winter with relatives and friends in
Pittsburgh has returned home.
Mrs. Reed Burns, of Scranton, is
a guest at tho homo of her son, Dr.
E. W. Burns, on Tenth street.
Miss Blanche Starnes was a guest
at the homo of her brothor, Walter
Starnes, in Carbondale, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Rlckort of
New York City, are spending a few
days with relatives in Honesdale.
Mrs. Fannlo Moore, of Scranton,
is a guest at tho homo of her nieces,
tho Misses Brown, on Park street.
Mrs. Irvln White, of Rock Island,
III., Is spending a fow days at tho
homo of Gilbert White, East street.
Walter Schlcsslcr was In Wilkes
Barre, Thursday, In tho Interest of
tho Gurney Electric 'Elovator Com
pany. Mrs. Julius Smith, of Church
street, has been entertaining her sis
ter, Mrs. Ayle, of Scranton, last
S. N. Cross, of Sterling, was the
guest of his son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lcsher, hero
Miss Caroline Betz leaves this
Wednesday morning for Now York
after spending sometime with
Mrs. W. W. Baker loft "Friday last
to visit her daughter, Mrs. Fred C.
Davis, In Roslyn, N. Y. Sho will bo
absent two weoks.
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Harris and
llttlo daughter Florenco, of Tlttston,
aro spending sceral days with
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hamllnton,
of Syraouso, N. Y., aro guests at tho
homo ot Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dodgo
on North Boulevard.
Miss Edna S. Hlgglns and Goo.
F. Schantz, of Scranton, woro guests
at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
J. Lent over Sunday.
Editor C. (E. Sandercock of tho
Wayno County Herald, spent Sunday
with Mrs. Sandercock and eon,
Charles, who aro spending two weoks
in the Electric City.
I N. J. Sponcer mndo a business trip
to Scranton, Mondny.
1 Miss Loulso Edgar Is confined to
her homo with measles.
Fred Booth, of New York City, is
rusticating with relntlvcs at Torroy.
Miss Margaret Hagon returned
last week from n fow days' stay In
Miss Gussle Jones, of Wllkcs
Barro, Is a guest at tho Methodist
Mrs. Jael Arnold and son Earl, re
turned Mondny from a fow days' visit
with Wllkes-Barro friends.
Mrs. Alma Bortreo Is visiting at
her brother's, Nelson J. nnd Georgo
E. Sponcor on Eloventh street.
Georgo Barnes and two children,
of Carbondale, visited Mrs. Peter
Barnes on Saturday and Sunday.
District "Engineer 'RIegle, of tho
State Highway department, was In
Honesdnle a fow days last week on
Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Whalen at
tended tho Prudential banquet at the
Hotel Casey, at Scranton, on Satur
Miss Mnbel Broad expects to leave
soon for Baltimore, Md., where she
will take a course In the iPeabody
school of music.
W. B. Holmes, who Is a trustee of
tho StroudBburg Sate Normal
school, will attend tho annual meet
ing of the board of trustees on Fri
day of this week in Stroudsburg.
Albert Krantz Is entertaining his
college friend, James Zegauzle, of
Brooklyn, N. Y. Last Monday even
ing n number of young people wore
entertained In his honor at tho golf
Fred C. White, of Hawley, was a
business caller In Honesdalo on
Monday nnd paid tho subscription of
Joseph Solliday, who has been a
subscriber to The Citizen for sixty
Mrs. Joseph Walte and son Don
ald, of Dalton, are being entertain
ed at the home of Hon. E. B. Har
denbergh. Later In the week thoy
will bo guests of Dr. and Mrs. E. W.
Miss Alma Noble, of Calkins, spent
Monday with friends in Honesdale.
Sho was enroute to Bloomsburg,
where she will attend the commence
ment exercises of the State Normal
Walter B. Kimble is i-pioverlng
nicely from an operation for appendi
citis, which was performed on
Thursday last by Dr. A. W. Smith, of
Scranton, assisted by Dr. F. W.
Mrs. Frank B. Hawkeu, North
Main street, returned home the first
of the week from a pleasant visit
with her daughter, Mrs. Thomas C.
Key, of Wilkes-Barre. Mr. and 'Mrs.
Key and little daughter Bessie are
visiting Mrs. Key's parents.
Mrs. George S. Purdy and brother,
Hon. Mortimer C. Addoms, of New
York, left Sunday In the former's
car for Geneva, N. Y., where they
will attend the commencement exer
cises of Geneva College. Mr. Addoms
being graduated therefrom.
John E. Krantz visited his daugh
ters, Misses Eda and Alicia Krantz,
who are in Dr. Rood 'Burns hospital
,fdr appendicitis and adenoids, re
spectively. Mr. Krantz says they
are improving nicely, which Is grati
fying news to their many young
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Kraft, of
York, and Druggist Henry Kalkman
of the same place, accompanied the
remains of thoir mother, the late
Mrs. Henrietta Kalkman, to Hones
dalo on Friday last. They were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. 'William
Peil while in the Maple City.
R. J. Murray and brother, Quln
ton, returned Saturday from a busi
ness trip overland. Northern Wayne
county and Sullivan county, New
York, were visited. Tho territory
which heretofore require! two
weeks to cover with horse and wa
gon was taken caro of in three days
by means of the Murray Co. 30-horse
Maxwell touring car.
Mrs. P. E. Griffin has returned
from Moses Taylor hospital where
sho has been the past fow weeks and
where sho was operated upon for ap
pendicitis. Dr. and Mrs. Griffin ex
pect to occupy a suite ot rooms In
tho Doherty block, owing to Edward
Deitzer and family removing from
East Honesdale to apartments over
his store now rented by Dr. Griffin.
ATTORNEY ILOFF IN COURT
AGAINST HIS NEIGHBOR
(Continued From Pago One.)
ho stated the defense's side of the
case, Wm. Hughes was called as tho
first witness. Ho stated that on
April 1C ho was driving along the
road on his way to Honesdalo and
when about two hundred feet from
Iloff's barn ho saw tho scrap. Ho
stated that Bond ordered lloff to
tako tho wagon off tho sidewalk and
lloff struck Bond, after which they
clinched and both went down. He
stnted that tho wholo affair lasted
only a fow minutes. Ho testified that
lloff was Intoxicated at tho time.
Tho cross-examination of this wit
ness did not last long and only
corroborated his former story.
Judge Searle Instructed tho con
stable to tako tho Jury to tho scene
of the fight to look into the rolatlvo
position of tho walk and road to tho
barn. Court was adjourned.
On Tuesday morning Claronco
Bond was called to testify to what
occurred on April 1G. Ho said that
on tho day In question while ho was
eating dinner his wlfo told him that
his daughter, Irma, was standing
near tho cometery gate afraid to
como up. Ho went out and motion
ed to her to como up. lloff had
Just como to tho barn and with his
father-in-law was unhitching tho
horse when ho nrrlvod there, He
said he asked lloff to romovo the
wagon from tho walk so his daugh
ter could pass and lloff refused.
After Mr. Hallott had tho horso
taken In tho barn ho testifies that
ho took tho shafts of tho wagon and
backed it into tho road, lloff there
upon grabbed him with his "left hand
and hit him In tho nock with his
right hand, knocking him down. Ho
got up nnd they clinched and both
fell to tho ground where, ho alleges,
ho hit lloff two times. He said
lloff got up and wont homo and ho
and his family went homo. Ho tes
tified that lloff wns Intoxicated at
tho time but not ns bad as was cus
tomary for him to be. Ho called tho
men down boforo tho fight to see
thu situation and snld Unit ho hnd
mentioned tho fact of tho wagon
being on the walk to lloff several
times previous. Ho told n straight
forward story and corroborated it
In tho cross-exnmlnntlon.
Mrs. Clarence Bond was sworn.
Sho stated that sho was the wlfo of
tho defendant. She told tho samo
story about Iloff's blocking walk and
her daughter being unable to got
past his wagon on the dny of the
trouble. Sho testified further that
lloff was undoubtedly Intoxicated as
sho could see by his manner of wnlK
Ing. Sho said that Irma stopped on
south side of the wagon and waited
for fear of bodily harm from lloff.
Sho stuck to her story In every par
ticular on being cross-examined.
Irma Bond sworn: Testified to
waiting at cemetery gate until lloff
hnd unhitched his horse because she
was afraid. She says sho waited
there perhaps live minutes until her
father called to her to come. Sho
corroborated her father's testimony
of the fight and also about the con
dition of lloff at tho time. She Bald
tho roads wero very muddy and that
tho wagon was kept across the walk
continually. She stated that her
father told her to wait while he ask
ed Ilof-f to remove the wagon from
the walk so sho could get past,
lloff said, "We will, will wo," and
struck her father first. The rest of
tho testimony was about the same.
Tho cross-examination proved to be
In favor of the defendant.
Ora "Bond sworn: Her testimony
Wayno Bond sworn. Testimony
corroborative. On cross-examination
said he ran to gravel pit to tell
men to come up. They Camo a fow
The testimony of Geo. Bond and
Ella Karslake was not permitted .on
account of their Inability to compre
hend an oath.
Valentino Weidner sworn. He tes
tified to have come up when called
by the boy thinking there was a
horse down. He stated he saw the
fight as described by the defendant;
saw the wagon across the walk for
several days previous.
On cross-examination he stated
that he thought road was In good
condition as it had been scraped re
cently. Mrs. Ed. Roe sworn. Testified to
the wagon being across the walk and
that It Interfered with walking
along the walk. She also testified to
Iloff's being intoxicated for the past
year. Lottio Roe testified to about
the same thing.
W. W. Wood sworn. Said he had
been acquainted with Bond for a
good many years and that his repu
tation for peace and sobriety was
good. As to P. H. Iloff's condition
he said he would consider him an In
Osmer Neild sworn. Testified to
tho habitual intemperate condition
of lloff on previous occasions.
Edward Hempstead sworn: Testi
mony not permitted.
Francis Crago sworn: Testified to
Intemperate habits of lloff from his
Chas. Cade also testified to tho
In rebuttal tho prosecution put
John Thomas on the stand. He tes
tified that Clarence Bond's reputa
tion for truth and veracity was bad,
but on cross-examination he reluc
tantly admitted that ho had been
told to say that by lloff previous to
going on the stand.
Allen Bodlo also testified to tho
bad reputation of Bond for truth
David Manning sworn. He testi
fied that tho boy came running down
where ho was working. He saw
Weidner and Hughes there. Saw
tussell but couldn't tell about it.
P. H. lloff was if gain called but
tho question the district attorney
put to him was not permitted. With
Mrs. McArthur's testimony of char
acter ot Bond the Commonwealth
rested their case.
Rev. Dr. W. H. Swift was called
for tho defense and testified that ho
had never heard tho reputation of
Clarence E. Bond questioned. The
closing arguments of tho attorneys
were begun at about eleven o'clock
after which tho case went to the
jury after Judgo Searlo instructed
them as to tho law In the case.
Verdict Not Guilty, defendant to
pay one-fourth of the costs and
After tho usual call of tho bar
for motions for continuance, etc., the
Jury was called In tho caso ot Paul
Olszefski vs. F. P. Kimble. Tho jur
ors woro C. E. Dodge, Honesdalo;
"Lafayette Denio, Manchester; C.
Gardner, Scott; John Hensey, Texas;
Jackson Marks, Damascus; Seth S.
.Moore, Lake; James Matthews, Lo
hlgh; John Monosklo, Mt. Pleasant;
W. J. Olver, Berlin: Paul M. O'Nell,
Jit. Pleasant; O. W. Treverton, Ber
lin; Alex F. Volgt, Hawley. Tho
plaintiff In tho caso stated his will
ingnss to drop the caso. In which ho
asked damages in sum of $5,000 for
slander. Tho Jury woro sworn nnd
took nn unanimous vote in favor of
tho defendant and wero excused.
Tho Juno term of court opened
Monday morning with tho usual
business. Tho accounts In tho es
tates of tho following woro ordered
for confirmation nisi:
In estato of John C. "Herdenrolch,
Office opposite Post Office, Honesdale.
lato of Hawcly, decensed.
In estnto of Annlo M. Stlnnard,
lato of Palmyra township, deceased.
In tho estnto ot James II. Fives,
lato of Mount Pleasant, deceased.
In estnto of Barbara Bergman,
lato of Texas.
In estate of Reuben W, Redmond,
lato of Buckingham.
In cstato of Ellen M. Thompson,
lato of Hawley, deceased
In estato of Anna Elizabeth
Bauer, lato of Hawley, deceased.
In estnto of Christian Schroder,
lato of Salem, deceased.
In estnto of Anno Delezenne, lato
of Honesdale, deceased.
In cstato of John H. "Becker, lato
of Salem, deceased.
In estate of Maiden Bennett, Into
of Mt. Pleasant, deceased.
Auditor's report In estato ot
Sarah Wilson, deceased, confirmed
Appraisements of $300 to widows
of John Kuhbach, John Loercher,
and Henry Saltzman, confirmed nisi.
'Appraisement of $300 to'vmtnor
children of William J. Barnes, lato
of Mt. Pleasant, deceased, confirmed
INJURED BY HORSE
George Ort, who is employed at
Braman's livery, met with what
'might havo been a fatal accident on
Friday morning nbout 11 o'clock,
when assisting In taking Braman's
western horses from tho cars. Ho
was holding a large black by a ropo
and had proceeded down the runway
to tho gate when a horse on one sldo
of the black bumped into him and
frightened him so that ho reared up.
Mr. Ort was at tho horse's head and
tho horso struck him in the arm and
back, knocking him down. He was
severely bruised about his legs and
arms but no bones were broken. 'Dr.
Powell gave the Injured man atten
tion at his homo where he was tak-
1 en immediately after tho accident
and Monday ho was able to bo up
At a special meeting of the Board
ot Managers of tho Honesdale Ceme
tery Company held June 14, 1912,
announcement of tho death of Ed
win F. Torrey having been mado,
the following minute was unani
mously adopted and ordered spread
on the records of the Honesdalo
Cemetery company, and tho secre
tary was directed to furnish copies
thereof to tho local papers, and to
deliver a copy to Mrs. 'Edwin F. Tor
" Edwin F. Torrey was elected to
tho Board of Managers of the
Honesdale Cemetery Company Jan.
25, 1888, to fill the vacancy caused
by the death of his brother, Robert
N. Torroy, and served continuously
as a manager from that date to the
time of his death. From motives
of family sentiment, as well as from
personal desire, ho took a deep and
active interest In tho affairs of the
company, and was foremost to fur
ther any plan which would make
Glen IDyberry a beautiful and ap
propriate City of the Dead.
It is just and fitting that his hon
ored romalns should rest in her soil.
To those who sorrow most at his
death wo extend our sympathy, and
to all who knew him wo commend
tho example of his busy and spot
Certified from tho record, Juno 16,
Secretary of tho Honesdalo Ceme
TO the Property Owners of the
Borough of Honesdale:
At the solicitation of a large num
ber of property owners of Honesdale,
I am now sprinkling Main street and
such other streets as can bo ar
ranged for between myself and tho
residents of same. I will contlnuo
this during tho season. All Main
street will be sprinkled and a uni
form prtco charged to each property
owner, In proportion to tho space
sprinkled. All such amounts will
be collected unless I am notified that
my services are not wanted.
Honesdalo, Pa., June IS, 1912.
Another Consignment of
from South Dakota
HEAVY DRAUGHT AND
AH horses will bo
SOLD AS REPRESENTED
M. LEE B RAMAN
Allen Houso Stable. Church "t.
Consolidated phone 1-9-L