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THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1912.
FOR SA1E FIXE HOUSEHOLD
Furniture. Three bedroom suits,
parlor suit, splendid Upright piano,
dining room suite, kitchen goods,
cook stoves, heaters, oil stoves, lawn
mower. (All nearly new; must be
sold In one week. G. Thomas I'an
tln, White Mills, 'Pa. 5U2
DELICIOUS ICE CREAM YOU
can have it by using (Brady's
cholco vanilla. Get it at Brady s
Drug store. 60mo2
FOU SALE WELL EQUIPPED
machine shop and garage located
on Industrial Point, 'Honesdale.
Business established 20 years. Best
known glass cutters' supply con
cern In the United States. Edward
O. Jenkins, Monesdale, Pa. 42tf.
WANTED At once a good cook at
Hotel Wayne. 51 12
WILL PAY CASH FOR YOUR
chickens, hens, ducks, geeso and
eggs. 'Phone or write A. E. Slsson,
Mllanvllle, Pa., or write to me. M.
Fagln, Liberty, N. Y. 48ei8
TWO OR THREE GIRL'S WANTED
at box factory at once. 37tf.
50 MEN AND BOYS WANTED TO
learn glass cutting. Krantz,
Smith Co., Honesdale, Pa. 23oltf
Ablal Brown, of Siko, one of
Wayne county's prosperous farmers,
purchased a four-passenger Ford
touring car on Friday last.
Take care of your horses these
hot days. Give them a drink when
necessary and place a sunhat or
provide for some protection for their
An election for captain or any
other vacancy that may exist in
Company E, 13th regiment, N. G.
P . will occur on Tuesday evening,
July 2, at the armory.
Another wonderful chapter in
the advance of wireless telegraphy
was written a few days ago when
messages were exchanged from San
Francisco to Japan, C000 miles.
The annual meeting of the
board of trustees of the State hos
pital, Scranton, for the purpose of
electing officers, making hospital
appointments and conducting other
necessary business, was held on Fri
day afternoon of last week. Hon. E.
B. Hardenbergh of this place, was
re-elected president of the board.
Twenty-eight young people ex
pect to motor to Dyberry on Wednes
day evening of this week, where
they will be entertained by the Dy
berry grange. Wagons will come to
Honesdale to convey people desiring
to attend. The songs sung at the
minstrel show given by the Amity
club on May 23 will be reproduced.
Refreshments will be served by the
About one hundred Masons from
this place, Hawley and Salem loft
here on a special train Monday af
ternoon. The train which left the
station here at 4 p. m. took them
as far as Port Jervls, where they
were transferred to Mllford by auto
mobile, where they assisted the order
of that place In celebrating their
fiftieth anniversary. They returned
early Tuesday morning.
Kreitner Bros, have purchased
from the executors of the Stephen
Torrey estate, a tract of land ex
tending 2C0 feet from Fourteenth
street to the Dunnigan property on
West street and also from West to
Spring street, a distance of 250 feet,
theme along that thoroughfare 300
feet They expect to build several
residences on the land and excava
tions will commence In a few days.
The school year, under the new
code law, ends the first Monday of
July. All school boards must settle
their accounts and reorganize within
live days afterwards, that is, the first
Monday In July. The different dis
tricts will receive their appropriation
money from the State according to
the order sent. The first district to
remit its linancial report will be tho
first to receive its money. AVhat dis
trict in Wayne county will have the
honor of getting the first appropria
tion? On Thursday afternoon last at
four o'clock in Carbondale occurred
the marriage of Edward D. Faatz, of
Honesdale and Miss Isabel Harrison
of that place. The wedding was
'elebrated at the home of the bride's
parents. The young people are
making their home In Honesdale with
he groom's parents on River street,
t-r a few days' wedding trip
tr iBli the Lackawanna Valley.
!' will commence housekeeping
r. iaier. The bride is an esteem
J . jung lady of Simpson, and has
.1 nobt of friends who wish her Joy.
j he groom is an electrician In the
Ku(.uy of the Honesdale Consoli
Ja'id Light, Heat & Power Company
on 'I .- wi-.i and favorably known
President Judge A. T. Searle of
v aj no ounty, left on Saturday to
je present at the annual meeting
of 1 tie Pennsylvania Bar Association
hih win be held at tho Hotel
ape May, Cape May, New Jersey, on
Tuesday, June 2u, Wednesday, Juno
2C, and Thursday, Juno 27, 1912.
On Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock
George R. Bedford, Esq., of Wllkes
Barre. will deliver tho president's
address. In tho evening tho annual
address will bo given by William D.
Guthrie, Est., of Now York, sub
ject. '"Constitutional Morality."
Wednesday will bo taken up with a
report of committees and other un
finished business. On Thursday
morning at ten o'clock Henry Budd,
Esti., Philadelphia, will entertain tho
visiting members. The annual elec
tion of ofneers will take place In tho
evening nfter which tho annual ban
quet will bo held at which George R.
Bedford, retiring president, will pre
side a3 toastinaster. Responses to
toasts wero given by their Excellen
cies tho Governors of tho Common
wealths of Pennsylvania and New
Jersey, William D. Guthrie, of New
vorK, and Francis 'JJ. Bracken, Esq.,
or I'miacieipma, ana others.
'Peaches are In the market.
'Will you not take a fresh nlr
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lindsay
arc now domiciled in their new homo
on Enst tsreet.
iltcad about the New York
Tribune's Fresh Aid Society's work
In another column.
Minor Brown, of White Mills,
purchased a flvo-passonger Ford ma
chine on Friday. It was delivered
Tho Young 'Men's Bible class of
the Methodist church will glvo a fes
tival at Butler's lawn on Thursday
evening of this week.
The Citizen went to press ear
lier than usual to-day In order that
our readers may receive convention
news as soon as possible
The executive committee of tho
Parview Criminal Insane Hospital
will meet at that institution on
Wednesday of this week for general
The homo of C. L. Whitney Is
undergoing Improvements. The
front porch Is being extended so as
to provide for the comforts of an
J. J. Canlvan is taxing dogs
and will be engaged at this for the
next two weeks. Owners are oblig
ed to pay taxes nmountlng to $1.10
on a male and $2.10 on a female
Hev. C. C. Miller delivered an
eloquent address on Lutheranism In
the Presbyterian church Sundny af
ternoon. Hev. Wm. H. Hlller will
speak on John Wesley next Sunday
'Mrs. G. P. Somner underwent
an operntlon for abdominal trouble
at her home on Thursday last. Drs.
Ely and 'Powell, of this place, were
assisted by Dr. Smith, of Scranton.
The patient Is doing quite well.
Tho late Albert T. Bryant left
all real and personal property to his
wife, Mrs. Carrie A. Yerkes Bryant.
Tho will was filed for probation on
Monday and was witnessed by J. B.
Robinson and M. E. Simons. It was
made In 1905.
Miss Carolyn Clark, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Clark, of
Boyds Mills, and Gerry Cleveland
of Slyvan, will be married by Rev.
M. S. Spear, of Dunmore, in the
Boyds Mills Methodist church at 1
o'clock Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Alma Bortree, who has
been teaching for the past few years
at Hawley, has accepted a position at
Newton, N. J., at an Increase of sal
ary. Mrs. Bortree will teach along
special lines and will take a special
course at Vlneland, N. J., this sum
mer. At the home of the bride in
Brooklyn, N. Y., to-day, Ralph Sands,
son of Mrs. Ada Sands, of Hawley,
who Is a teacher In the manual train
ing schools of 'Philadelphia, will
marry Miss Alice Stephens, daughtor
of William Stephens, of Brooklyn,
and granddaughter of the late Dr.
Stephens of this place.
If you want to see the best colt
In Wayne county seo Bill Barrable
first. Cause Her is ugly. "Her"
Is "Bill" by Ethbelle 2.13, and
Him is Ralph Burus 2.2 Hi. This
little 'Miss Is a beaut and was born
last Friday, June 21. Look out for
Bell's colt in 1914. Let's hear
from some of your other blooded
A slight fire in the roof of the
foundry of tho Gurney 'Electric
Elevator Works Monday evening
called out tho entire fire equipment
of the town and Texas. The fire was
extinguished by a bucket of water
before the fire companies reached the
building. No damage was done. A
lire in the cupola of the foundry is
a frequent and almost dally occur
In turning over lower Main
street to the Gurney Electric Eleva
tor company as a site for tho pro
posed plant tho borough neglected to
make reservation for a sower to
carry off tho surface water that will
naturally collect there after the
plant has been erected. A sewer
will bo necessary there and the reser
vation should bo made at onco so
that the borough will not have to
pay damages later on for the pur
pose of putting a sewer through.
Fire this morning destroyed
the Smith building and a vacant liv
ery stable In Peckville. The fire
broke out at 1:15 o'clock in tho liv
ery stable, which was conducted up
to a few months ago by Louis Pizer,
and quickly communicated with tho
Smith building, which was on the
front of tho same lot on Main street.
In the Smith building, a two-story
frame structure, was the grocery
store of H. Lockman, and tho shoe
making shop of an Italian. Up
stairs, Mrs. James llazen, a widow,
lived. She had plenty of time to es
cape. Tho damage will amount to
$ 10,000. The property was owned
by Samuel Smith.
Miss Hortenso McKenna Is visiting
fronds In Scranton.
Miss Alice Flynn has been visit
ing her parents at Union.
N. H. Spencer was a business
caller In New York Tuesday.
Reed Gager, of Cold Springs, was
in town on business Saturday.
Attorney Chester A. Garratt will
deliver an address at Bethany on
Miss Hazol Ackerson, of Scranton,
Is a guest of the Misses Eldred on
Chester Ross and Clarenco Fort
man, of Tyler Hill, wero visitors
In town on Saturday.
Hon. J. D. Brennan, of Pleasant
Mount, was a business caller In
Honesdale on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Hilton
spent Sunday at Keeno with Mr. and
Mrs. James Lindsay, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. (Bryant of Glrdland,
spent Wednesday and Thursday of
last week with the latter's sister,
Miss Llzzlo Appel, on Church street.
Mrs. Thomas Gibbons and daugh
ter Helen of Scranton, spent Sunday
with Honesdalo relatives.
Mrs. Semis Jeltz returned Sunday
evening from a fow days' visit with
her daughter In Carbondale.
Mrs. Thomas Gallagher returned
Saturday evening from a brief visit
with relatives In Philadelphia.
Miss Kathryn Brlggs, head nurse
of tho Concord, (New Hnmpshlrc
Hospital, spent Sundny at her home
Edwnrd Randall, Peter Randall
and Jnmcs Edwards, of nenr Lake
Como, motored to Honesdale on
Mr. nnd Mrs. George Thomas and
children of Carbondalo were Sundny
visitors at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs.
John Thomas here.
Mrs. Sccor Illy and little daughter,
of Carbondale, were the guests of
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Sharpsteen hero
tho latter part of last week.
Mrs. Charles Stout, of Wllkes
Barre, returned home Tuesday from
a pleasant visit with her friend, Mrs.
George S. Spettlgue, East street.
Mrs. illorace Welch, Mrs. John H.
Smith, Mrs. Pohlc, Mrs. J. Samuel
Brown, Miss Isabel Penwarden were
Scranton visitors on Friday last.
"Jack" Moran, catcher for Hones
dale In the days when Christy Math
ewson made base ball history here,
renewed acquaintances In town last
Mrs. W. M. Norton, of Clinton, re
turned to her home on Saturday af
ter a three days' visit with her sis
ter, Mrs. Geo. P. Ross of Dyberry
Mrs. Chas. Cade and little son,
Robert, have been visiting relatives
at Ellenvllle, N. Y., the past two
weeks. Mr. Cade will spend a few
days on the farm with his father at
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Holmes
left on Tuesday for Brookllne, Mass.,
where they will visit their daughter,
Mrs. E. C. Mills. Mr. Holmes will
return on Saturday, but Mrs. Holmes
expects to extend her visit.
Mrs. A. J. Rehbeln left Saturday
for Cortland, N. Y to attend the
graduation exercises of the college
there where her son graduated. She
expects to spend a few days with
relatives and friends there.
Mrs. R. H. Coble and daughter,
Miss Gertrude, of Scranton, and Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Haynes, of Nantl
coke, have returned to their respec
tive homes after visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Thomas.
Miss Margaret Rose entertained
the members of the F. M. E. Club
at her home In Cherry Ridge on
Thursday evening of last week. A
delightful evening was spent. The
party were conveyed there by Mr.
Miss Veronica P. Tuman, formerly
of this place, was graduated from St.
Paul's Parochial school, Green
Ridge, last Sunday morning. The
commencement was held In St.
Paul's church with a solemn high
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hawken and
daughter Lactea, motored to Peck
ville on Saturday last. The latter
stopped off at Carbondale to be tho
guest of her friend. Miss Lovida
RIvenherg, while her parents, re
turned Home the llrst of the week.
Charles Lang, of New York City,
spent Tuesday in Honesdale. Mr.
Lang formerly lived In Hawley, but
during the past three weeks he has
been with his father, Christopher
Lang, who died on Friday last at
Newfoundland. Mrs. Charles Lang
and son are spending a few weeks In
Miss Kitkerine Babbitt and broth
er Edwin, -who have been attending
school at Scotland, Pa., returned
homo for their summer vacation on
Saturday, Miss Katherlne having
graduated In the commercial course.
They were accompanied from
WIlkes-Barro by their sister, Miss
Ina T. (Babbitt.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Synar and
daughters, Misses Sarah and Emma,
are expected here to-day from
Poughkeepsle, IN. Y. They will
make Honesdale their future home
and will live on Hlllcrest farm,
(Ferber's knob.) Mr. Synar has
been absent from Honesdale 10
years. Mr. and Mrs. Synar and fam
ily are heartily welcomed to our
Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Pothick.
son Duane, his wife, and nurse, all
of Carbondale, motored to Honesdalo
on Sunday. They, together with Mr
and Mrs. Clarence J. Knapp, of
Passaic, N. J., Councilman and Mrs
S. T. Ham, son Earl, and Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Pethlck, of East Hones
dale, gathered at tho homo of Mr,
and Mrs. Edward E. Bunnell, Sun
day, where they spent tho day.
John Krantz and Slgmond Katz
and their guests Dubois 'Weston,
Charles Fletcher, George Mueller,
Thomas Fuller, of Honesdale, and
Charles Schullpr, of New York, re
turned home the first of tho week
from an automobile trip to Mllford,
Port Jervls, Lako 'Huntingdon
Stroudsburg, and other points of In
terest. They report tho roads In
flno condition and a very pleasant
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Bassett
leave Thursday morning for a visit
with the former s brother, James S
Bassett and family, 'Wallaccburg,
Ontario, Canada. After taking In
Niagara Falls and calling on Joseph
C. Twltmyer, Mr. Bassett's old boy
hood friend at Buffalo, who Is now
superintendent of the Buffalo Leath
er Co., they will sail by boat to De
troit, Mich., and from thero by
boat 011 Lako St. Clair to Mar
ine City, Michigan, whore they
will cross to tho Canadian side.
Before returning homo they will
visit may points or intorest in Can
ada and tho Great Lake region.
Do you need a now mower? If
so buy a Walter A. Wood and end
your mower troubles. It Is Just a
little bit tho best mower over built.
Murray Co., Honesdale. C0t2
CASTOR I A
Tor Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Tho argument list on tho calen
dar was not renched nnd tho cases
of William J. Ramblo vs. Pennsyl
vania Coal Company, and Joseph
Menner vs. 'Borough of Honesdale,
In which rule for new trial was nsk
cd for, will bo argued beforo Judge
Staples at somo other term of court.
Tho petition for a public road In
Manchester beginning at a point on
tho South Branch road, 258 rods
southward from whore tho .Hartford
road intersects with tho South Bend
road; thence westerly about 175
rods to the old Moran road, confirm
Tho petition for a public road In
Dyberry and Texas townships be
ginning at the residence of 'W. H.
Karslakc, 33 1C feet from the In
tersection with tho public road 'lead
ing from Honesdale, to Tanners
Falls and ending In the last men
tioned public road. Also to vacato
a road rendered useless by said new
road, confirmed absolute.
Tho petition for a public bridge
in Buckingham township, laid over.
Tho petition for a county bridge
In Berlin township near Orange Hall
Tho petition for a county bridge
In Lake township over Mlddlo Creek
The petition for county bridge In
Salem township ovor Paupack creok,
George Swartz, Seelyvllle, pleaded
guilty before 'Squlro R. A. Smith,
Monday, to wife beating. Swartz
pleaded guilty and was ncld under
$200 ball for his appearance at
court. Blrdsall Bros, furnished the
Dentil of Christian Ijiingc.
Christian Lange, a life-long resi
dent of Newfoundland, died June 21
after an illness of some months, at
the age of 7 years. Mr. Lange was
undertaker for many years but had
retired about five years ago. He also
kept a merchandise store. .He leaves
a wife and four sons. Funeral was
held at the Moravian church Sunday
afternoon. Interment In the old
Moravian cemetery. Newfoundland
Death of A. McKcel.
Abraham McKeel, aged seventy-
six years, died at his home in
Gouldsboro on Monday. Ho was a
veteran of the. Civil war and very
well known. He Is survived by his
wife and one son, Arthur.
The funeral was held Tuesday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial was
made In the Gouldsboro cemetery.
CHAT OVKI5 THE BHHAK1WST
lAnother party told us that the
Taft issue was a very credible edi
Another complimentary remark,
and by tho way this came from a
women, too, who is not in any way
particularly interested In any of the
town papers. "The Citizen Is the
newsiest paper In Honesdale and is
getting better with each succeeding
(Special to The Citizen.)
Indian Orchard, June 24.
Crops are not growing as well as
the farmers would like to have them.
Corn Is very backward. This Is due
to tho exceedingly cool weather.
Several have had to replant their
Mrs. R. E. Bayly, who has been
visiting relatives and friends at
Wilkes-Barre, has returned to her
home at tho Sunnyside farm.
Leo Bunnell, a machinist of
Scranton, is visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. 11. H. Bunnell at Brookslde
II. Hit Bunnell, proprietor of
Brookslde Farm, was doing business
in Scranton last week.
Cattle dealer, Fred Schwelghofer,
of Glrdland, purchased several head
of cattle in this vicinity this week.
A fine Job of work was dono at
W. C. Spry's stone frolic today.
Mrs. W. D. Hlller and daughter,
of Susquehanna, who have been
visiting relatives hero and at the
lako, will return home on Saturday
Ono evening last week down at tho
Smith Hall the young people had
a grand time at tripping tho light
John Muller, of Laurella, is as
sisting E. C. Ham with his farm
Fred Swartz, who Is working at
the grist mill at East Honesdale,
spent Sunday last at tho home of his
'Frances Gray, ono of (Berlin's
most popular school teachers, has
gone to Chicago where she will spend
tho summer. She will return in
timo to take charge of tho 8th
grade of Hawley High school this
Contractors Connor and Bayley of
Laurolla, have taken the contract to
fill in the west approach to the
county bridgo at Laurella.
Jesse Ham took the Episcopalian
choir to Honesdalo on Friday even
ing last whero they were entertained
by Miss Hagaman.
Saturday last was farmers' day at
Honesdale. .Many wended their way
to this beautiful town.
Mrs. C. H. Smith, who Is at Phil
adelphia, is expected to ncr-mnnnnv
her son Horton, who has been at
tending school there, to her homo
hero tho latter part of this week.
Tho lEpIscopallans havo changed
tho hour of holding their Sunday
school from 2 p. 111. to 11:30 a. m.
This gives those who wish to a
cnanco to attend both Sunday
schools, tho ono at tlfo church anil
tho other at tho Bethel school
H .11. Crosby Is tho first to begin
haying In this vicinity.
'Whllo Hollenheck's loaded team
was crossing a bridgo near Ira Bis-
nop s, it went down. Word was
sent to supervisor Schmltt, nnd In a
snort timo 1110 brldco was rebul t.
'Bertha 'Kollam was called to
Cherry RIdgo Thursday on account
of tho Illness of her son Paul, who Is
stayiiig with Mrs. John Hagerty.
Tho festival hold at Christ church
was a grand success. !A flno sum of
money was realized.
Mabel Gray, who has been snend
Ing several days with friends at
Honesdale, Bethany and other places
I of Interest, has returned home.
T. R. SURE-ID
Not to Be Influenced by
HIS COMMITTEE IS NAMED.
Problem of Building Up New Party
Overnight Beset With Difficulties.
Even Senator Root Admits That
Question Is Knotty One.
New York, Juno 25. Colonel Roose
velt arrived here from Chicago enrly
today, having left Chicago on the
Twentieth Century Limited. Beforo he
left Chlcngo Colonel Roosevelt sn.ld:
"My position will not be Inlluenced
by nny action of the Baltimore conven
tion. I will not depart from what I
said Saturdny night. I shall accept the
progressive nomination on n progres
sive plntform, and I shall fight the bat
tle through to the end."
Colonel Roosevelt changed his mind
nbotit giving out the names of the men
already sele ted to undertake the or
ganization of his new party and de
cided to make them public along with
The committee ns now instituted
consists of Governor Hiram Johnson of
California, Glfford Plnchot, James R.
Garflekl of Ohio, Senator Mosos E
Clapp of Minnesota, Senator Dixon of
Montana, Senator Miles Polndexter of
Washington, Governor C. Aldrlch of
Nebraska, Governor V. R. Vessey of
South Dakota, A. Van Valkenlwrg of
the Pldladelphla North American,
Colonel W. R. Nelson of the Kansas
City Star, Richmond Pearson of North
Carolina, Comptroller Wllllnm A. Pren
dergast of New York, Wllllnm Allen
White of Kansas, Judte Ben Llndsey,
the only Democrnt so far selected; Mat
thew Hale of Massachusetts, George
L. Record of New Jersey, Charles II,
Thotniison of Vermont nnd E. C. Car
rlugton of Maryland.
New Party Difficulties.
This Is to he called the commltte on
organization. It Is not complete. It
is known that Colonel Roosevelt will
get "Into communication at once with
prominent progressives, and such of
them that care to Join his banner will
be added to the list of organization
committee. The Democratic progrcs
sivo wing is not expected to declare
Itself until nfter the Baltimore conven
It wns admitted on both sides that
this problem of building up a new
party overnight bristles with dlffl
cultles in which legal complications
play a great part. The problem of pre.
electors Is essentially a legal one for
Both the Roosevelt and Taft leaders
have given this problem of the electors
a great deal of thought since the Or
chestra hall meeting. The Taft leaders.
Including Senators Root, Crane and
Penrose, have gone over It at somo
length. One of those who wero pres
ent at this talk said that none of the
lawyers seemed to be of tho same
opinion on any one point, even Senator
Root admitting that the matter was a
Conditions Which May Give Republic
an Ballot Column to T. R.
San Francisco, June 25. A peculiar
situation has arisen In California re
garding the election of members of
the electoral college. Under the prl
mary law In effect in this state the
nominees of the various parties to the
state legislature, together with the hold
over senators, will meet on Oct 1 to
nominate the party candidate for the
electoral college, but the name of the
presidential nominee will not appear
on the ballot In November.
In California, with the Republican
political machinery dominated at pres.
ent by Theodoro Roosevelt's support
ers, the electors nominated by the state
senators and assemblymen may easily
bo Roosevelt men who would secure
the regular Republican column on the
ballot submitted to tho voters In No
vember. In that event, If the support
ers of tho president placed an electoral
ticket In the field, they probably would
have to do so by petition.
English Newspaper Says Revolt Means
Great and Pormanent Change.
London, June 'Si. The Pall Mall Ga
zette praised Roosevelt's action In
launching n now jwrty In the United
"There Is every reason to believe that
tho future will justify the action of
Roosevelt and his friends. Tho division
of American politics into tho Republic
an and Democratic parties is doomed
because it lias developed a system
which Is cynical, perfunctory and
"Regardless of Immediate results,
Roosevelt's revolt will figure In history
as tho Inauguration of a great nnd per
DR. PATTEN UNDER THE KNIFE
Ex-President of Princeton III With
Appendicitis In Bermuda.
Hamilton, Bermuda, June 25. Dr.
Francis L. Pnttcn, former president of
Princeton university, was operated on
for appendicitis at his home hero.
Tho physicians in attendance state
that his condition in fnlrlr satisfactory.
BASE BALL NEWS
"I'm glad Carbondalo won, It only
makes the scries more Interesting,"
snld ono confident "fan" after Satur
day's game, which Carbondalo won
by n score of C to 3. But If "Doc."
Whalen pitches like he did Saturday
and tho homo team don't tighten up
a little, wo aro not so confident.
Whalen, tho Carbondalo pitcher, who
by tho way Is a Scranton man, hnd
tho Honesdalo batters completely at
his mercy, and we should not have
had a run but for errors by his team
mates. Honesdalo got only threo
hits and two of them were scratchy.
Hessllng pitched In his old-timo
form, having Carbondale shut out up
to the sixth Inning, but "Ben"
couldn't do It all, and besldo has not
hnd "work out" enough this year,
and weakened, so that Carbondalo
made two runs In that Inning on 2-
two baggers by Whalen and Carrol
nnd a single by Fee, and three moro
In tho next Inning when Farrel open
ed with a single and took third on
Mangan b heavo to the bleachers of
Flnnegan's liner; Flnnegan stole sec
ond and both came home on Whal
en's single; Whalen stole and count
ed the third run of the Inning on
Carrol's single. They scored their
sixth and last In tho eighth on two
singles and a passed ball.
In the fourth, with threo men on
bases, Hessllng forced Fee to ground
a slow one to v. Polt and struck out
Barrett, allowing no runs.
Schilling scored Honesdalo's flrst
run In the second by some fast work
on the paths. He got a walk, stolo
both second and third and came homo
on a wild pitch. 'We scored two
more In the third on a Texas leaguer
by Curtis' errors by Farrell and
Walsh and Hessllng's sacrifice.
Carbondale certainly has the mak
ing of a good team and we will tip
our hats for the time being to Man
ager Nick Murtha, but as Pop Hess
llng says, "Let's take the next four
games." The score:
R. H. O. A. E.
J. Polt, ss 1 0 1 1 2
Mangan, 3b 0 0 2 1 1
Sandy, c 0 0 I) 3 1
Weaver, lb 0 0 9 1 1
W. Polt, 2b 0 0 5 3 1
Schilling, cf 1' 1 0 0 0
Jacobs, rf 0 0 0 0 0
Curtis, If 1 2 1 0 0
Hessling, p 0 0 0 4 1
Faatz 0 0 0 0 0
.3 3 27 13 7
Batted for Jacobs In ninth.
r; H. O. A. E.
Flnnegan, rf 1 1 0 0 O
Marshall. 3b 0 0 3 1 1
Crane, If 0 0 1 0 0
Whalen, p 2 3 0 6 1
Carrol, lb 1 2 12 0 0
Walsh, 2b 0 0 1 1 1
Fee, c 1 2 S 2 1
Barrett, cf 0 0 1 0 O
Farrell, ss '1 2 13 0
Totals C 10 27 13 4
Each pitcher struck out eight.
Hessllng gave two bases on balls
and hit one batsman. Whalen gave
ono base on balls, two-base hits,
Whalen 2, Carrol and Curtis. Left
on bases, Carbondale 8; Honesdale
4. Umpire, H. Salles.
The Honesdalo boys were again
defeated Sunday at Forest City by
the latter team by a score of G to 1.
Breldenstein was in the box for
Honesdale and held them to only
five hits. The batteries were: Hones
dale, 'Breldenstein and Jacobs; For
est City, Miskell Bros. The line-up
for Honesdalo was as follows: Dud
ley, lb; Polt, 2b; W. Polt. ss; Man
gan, 3b; Schilling, If; Tarkett, cf;
Faatz, rf; Breldenstein p; Jacobs, c.
Honesdale 1 r
Forest City C 7
Knives and guards for all mowers.
All kinds of rake teeth. Big line of
haying tools at Murray Co.'s, Hones
dale, Pa. 50t2
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
HONESDALE NATIONAL BANK
HONESDALE. WAYNE fOl'XTY. I'A
At the close of business, .'cm: li, 1912
Loans anil Discounts ,P,772 to
Overtlrafts.seeured and unsecured 15 hit
V. S. Iloiuls to secure circulation. 150.000 00
Honds to secure Postal Savings CIS
Premiums on V. S. Iionds 2.412 50
llonds. securities, etc 1.135.123 67
Hauklns-house. (urnltureand tlx-
tures 40.000 CO
Due from National Hanks (not
Heserve Agents) 2.75103
Due from statu ami Private Hanks
anil Hankers. Trust Companies.
ami Savings Hanks 222 27
Due from approved reserve
agents 123 42"J Nj
Ciieeksaml other cash Items.... 2.7WI 1!J
Notes of other National Itanks.. .MOO to
fractional paper currency, nick
els anil cents 570 Mi
Lawful Money Keserve In Hank,
viz: Specie fi.cL'J 00
Legal tender notes b.745 00- !U,571 00
Redemption fund with I'. S.
Treasurer. (5 per cent, of circu
lation) 7.M0 00
Due from I'. S. Treasurer 1,700 10
Total Jl.UUI.U0 5.S
Capital Stock paid In J 150,000 00
Surplus fund 150.000 00
Undivided prollts, less expenses
and taxes paid 49.5US 53
National Hunk notesoutstanding 11-7WIH)
Due to other National Hanks 2.314 IKi
Due to State and l'rlvute Hanks
and Hankers 2.S5S 41
Individual deposits sublecl to
check Jl.3yj.ltt) 01
Demund certificates of
deposit 20J05 0)
Cert Hied checks hJI 20
Cashier's checks out
standing 301 29-1.420.U29 63
Postals SavliiL's Deposits 70 02
llonds borrowed None
Notes and bills redlsrounted None
Hills payable, Including certlll
cutes of deposit for money bor
rowed 30,000 00
Liabilities other than those above
Total Jl.UU.li0 W
State of Pennsylvania, County of Wayne.es.
I, Lewis A. Howell, Cashier, of the above
named Hank, do hereby solemnly swear that
the above statement Is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
Lewis A. Howell, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
21st day of June, 1912. SMITH, N. P,
H, '.. Russell. )
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