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THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1912.
HOUSE AND LOT, FOURTEEN
Hundred Seven, Main street, for
sale. Nice rooms. All improve
ments. Apply IBentley Bros., Op
posite Postofllce. 57eltf
FOR SALE OR RENT THE W. A.
Pethlck estate, located In Bethany.
Terms reasonable. H. W. Pethlck,
administrator, Hawley, Pa. 53mos2
DELICIOUS ICE CREAM YOU
can have It by using Brady's
choice vanilla. Get It at Brady's
Drug store. 50mo2
FOR SALE WELL EQUIPPED
machine shop and garago located
on Industrial Point, Honesdale.
Business established 20 years. Best
known glass cutters supply con
cern In the United States. Edward
O. Jenkins, Honesdale, Pa. 42tf.
THE BOD1E STUDIO WILL OPEN
July IS at 647 Main street. Pho
tographs, Frames, Kodaks and Sup
WANTED GIRL IN WASHROOM
to wash glass. Apply to Krantz &
WANTED 400 MEN FOR HAYING
and harvest at $1.75 a day in
cluding board, lodging find washing.
Long Jobs. Farm -work will last
until December 1. Miller's Reliable
Agency, Penn Yan, X. Y. 53eol3t
WANTED ISSUES OF THE C1TI
zen Slarch 13, 1912, and June 21,
EVERY HOUSEKEEPER WAOTS
It. A book of gummed fruit Jar
labels, containing eighteen varieties,
324 labels, perforated. Easy to
read, 10 cents. Varcoe Printing
House, Honesdale. Pa. 5ueol2t
FOR RENT: N'NE-ROOM HOUSE;
all modern improvements. Inquire
Jacob Demer, South Church street.
WANTED AT ONCE 20 SMOOTH
ers, 5 roughers and 5 polishers by
the Wayne Cut Glass Company at
Towanda, Pa. Steady work and
highest wages paid. 5uel4
LET THE LACKAWANNA DO
your laundry. Thomas F. Bracy,
Honesdale. agent. Look for our
wagon with the sign "Lackawanna
Laundry Co." 57tf
WILL PAY CASH FOR YOUH
chickens, hens, ducks, geeso and
eggs. 'Phone or write A. E. Sisson,
Mllanville, Pa., or write to me. M.
Fagln, Liberty, N. Y. 4SeiS
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL
for bousewoTk. Apply Mlrs.
Chas. It. Brady. 52tf
MAIL CLOSING HOURS.
A.M. P.M. P.M.
Erie 7.00 2.30 5.30
D. & H C.30 12.M. 4.15
D. & H. Sun. 6.45
R. D 9.50 P. M.
On Saturday afternoon during
the electric storm the lightning kill
ed a cow belonging to Nathaniel
Hankins of Atco.
Sheriff F. C. Klmblo has his
eagle eye upon boys who have been
throwing stones of late at horses
and persons. If It is not 6topped he
will probably make it interesting for
The many Honesdale friends of
William J. Donnelly, of this place,
will be elated to learn that he has
been presented with a certificate by
the State Examining Board entitling
him to practice dentistry.
Letters left unclaimed at the
Hdpcsdale postofflco week ending
July 15, 1912: Yarole Coons (brick
layer), Mrs. Lela Jones, Mrs. Edgar
Snedeker, Miss Amy Thomas. In
calling for above please say "ad
vertised." When C. Martin went to the
barn on the farm of Mrs. C. Demar
est, three miles from Newton, N. J.,
on the Branchvillo road, Tuesday of
last week, he saw a large pilot snake
coiled around tho neck of one of his
horses. Tho reptile had lodged his
teeth in the horse's neck and was
tearing at the skin. Martin killed
tho snake and found the horse was
not badly hurt.
- The heat wave was broken on
Saturday and 'Sunday by a few more
or less general showers. The crops
throughout this section of the state
were In great need of rain and a
continuation of tho hot, dry weather
would practically mean destruction to
all plant life. Farmers say that tho
berry crop will 'bo very light on ac
count of the scarcity of rainfall at
tho proper time.
- If you want to spend a pleasant
evening, come to the Cadets' Lawn
Fete and Muslcalo to be given Tues
day evening on tho lawn surrounding
St John's Rectory. There will bo in
strumental and vocal numbers by
noted players and singers. A few
Scranton friends have presetned a
$400 Upright Grand piano to Father
O'Toole. The gift carao hero last
Friday, and will bo used Tuesday
evening. Refreshments will be
served on tho grounds.
Central Park Is enjoyed by a
number of people as a placo to rest.
The fountain playing In the mid-day
sun throws a rainbow that pleases
the eyo and adds to tho beauty of
tho surroundings. Two turtles have
been placed in tho basin of tho foun
tain and afford amusement for chil
dren. If a fow gold fish were placiM
therein it would attract others to
the park. In addition to tho above
named aquatic beings tho dovo of
peaco Is seen almost dally in the
park. Several pigeons visit the
place, whfih has a tendency to make
it more attractive. Cupid never
misses a day and his representatives
are always seen evenings.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. William
Smith, of Tyler Hill, a son.
Born, a son, to Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Flrmstone, of East Honesdale,
'A daughter was born to Mr. nnd
Mrs. Rnlph Bennett, Tanners Falls,
'A special meeting of the illaw
ley flro department was held in their
hall there Friday evening.
The chemical works at Carley
Brook, owned by E. D. Penwnrden,
are closed down for repairs for a
Rev. Dr. Swift will spenk at
Forest Lake on Sunday, July 2S, In
stead of the 21st as reported in nn
other Honesdnle paper.
Owing to neavy freight business,
a special train consisting of 12 cars,
two of which were coal, camo over
the Mooslc to Honesdale on Sunday.
With the return of Leslie Bra
der, the local base ball team will no
doubt take a new lease on life, as
Brader will strengthen the team,
not only in mechanical playing but
by his ability as a leader.
O. M. Spettlgue is covering
Fred Gnger's barn at Cold Spring
with galvanized Iron. Mr. Gnger is
taking this precaution against
lightning, that, if the building Is
struck, the bolt will go to the
"Razelle" camp, composed of
12 young people of Brooklyn, who
never saw a mountain until they
camped at Elk Lake last year, ar
rived on Saturday last for two
weeks' outing nt Elk Lake. They
are in the Brown cottage.
The members of the Baptist
Sunday school of Port Jervls and of
the Epworth Sunday school of Mata
moras, numbering 225, went to Mill
Rift on Erie train 17 Thursday
morning of last week where they
held their annual picnic at Prospect
Hymen Krawitz, aged 16 years,
son of Mayer Krawitz, of Hawley,
died on Wednesday, July 11. Death
was due to paralysis with which he
was stricken about four years ago.
For the past seventeen weeks he has
been confined to his bed. The body
was brought to Honesdale Thursday
afternoon where the funeral services
were held and interment was made
In the Jewish cemetery.
Rabbi Anspacher, of Scranton,
spoke on the Jewish 6lde of religion
at the Presbyterian church last Sun
day. The audience completely lilled
that edifice and his remarks were
listened to with much interest. The
address was forceful and was de
livered In a manner that was sure to
convince. This is the last of the
series of addresses by ministers of
other creeds to be given in the
Arthur Twaddell, of East
Branch, N. Y., is in Thrall Hospital,
Mlddletown, suffering from a frac
tured leg. Mr. Twaddell was out
riding with a friend when the horse
took fright and ran away. He tried
to control the animal but it took the
bit in its teeth. After a run of a
mile one wheel of the wagon struck
a stone and collapsed. Both men
were thrown out and Mr. Twaddell's
right leg was broken.
Little Leonard Mebbs, son of
Mrs. Caroline Mebbs, was taken to
Scranton Monday morning by Ben
jamin Lorls to have his eyes ex
amined by doctors at the State hos
pital. The lad had poisoned his
eyes in some way with poison ivy
and after an examination tho boy
was brought home the same after
noon. He is now under the care of
Dr. Ely, who says the boy will re
cover In a short time.
(Robert Montgomery, the little
two and a half year old son of Robt.
J. .Montgomery, who conducts a
candy store in Newburgh, swallowed
a safety pin at his homo on Wednes
day of last week. A physician was
summoned and did what he could for
the child, who, it is stated, had not
suffered any gTeat inconvenience up
to that afternoon. The X-Ray was
used in locating tho safety pin and
an operation was found necessary to
The funeral of Frank Cope,
who committed suicide at his home
in South Canaan early last Thurs
day morning, was held at tho M. P.
church on Saturday afternoon at
2 o'clock. Interment was made In
the East cemetery. Deceased was
31 years of age. He Is survived by
his wife and one daughter, his
mother, two sisters and one broth
er, namely, Mrs. Howard Swingle,
of Lake Ariel; iMrs. Bert Retan, of
Cortez; Judson Cope, of South Ca
naan. Mrs. Anna Noble, of Denver,
Colo., who is visiting her sisters,
Miss Sutton and Mrs. E. C. Mum
ford, In Honesdale, met with
a painful accident tho latter part of
last week while coming home from
a visit at the W. J. Ward Buminer
home. Near the golf grounds while
attempting to get over a stone wall,
she fell from the wall onto a pile of
stones, cutting and bruising her face
and arms and sustaining sevoral
minor injuries. Dr. Burns attended
her and at tho present time she is
On Friday by a vote of 222 to 1
the House adopted tho thirteen ar
ticles of impeachment for high
crime nnd misdemeanors ngalnst
Judge Robert W. Archibald, former
ly district Judge of the United States
court for the middle district of
Pennsylvania and now a Judge of the
United States Commerce Court.
Representative John It. Farr, Re
publican, of Scranton, was tho only
member of the HIouso to vote against
the adoption of tho articles of im
peachment. Ho mndo tho only
speech In defense of Judgo Archi
bald. Tho remains of tho lato Thomas
Ham arrived In Honesdalo on Mon
day afternoon, accompanied by his
brother, Robert, of Hopland, Cali
fornia, and wore Joined by Isaac
Ham at Mansfield, Ohio. Tho fu
neral, which was private, was held
from tho homo of his mother, Mrs.
R. W. Ham, on Court street, Tues
day morning at 10:30 o'clock, Rov.
A. L. Whlttakor officiating. Inter
ment was made In Glen Dyborry
cemetery. Tho pallbearers wero W.
J. Ward, Isaac F. Ham, Ernest F.
Dudley, R. M. Salmon, Henry R.
Menner and W. J. Blrdsall.
It is hoped that the soliciting
committee for tho celebration will
meet with the hearty support of tho
Monday was St. Swlthln's day.
As no rain fell In this vicinity, ac
cording to tradition, there will be
forty days of sunshine.
The Honesdale base ball team
rcbrganlzed recently electing Otto
Weaver manager and William Polt
captain. A new series of games
have been arranged with nearby
The advance guard of Company
E will consist of Sergennt Daniel
Fnatz, Corporal Charles Faatz, Floyd
Brundage, George Shields, George
Coney and Pirvate Spangenberg.
Michael Stahl and George Taeubner
will be cooks.
Property owners In .Hanover
township, Luzerne county, nre cir
culating n petition with the Idea of
Incorporating a borough within the
township limits. Tho petition sets
forth thnt the township olllclnls are
spending $300,000 a year for the
maintenance of the municipality
whereas It can 'be managed as well
Samuel Crosby, the nine-year-old
son of Samuel B. Crosby, of Mld
dletown, was nearly drowned in Mil
ler's pond, Monday afternoon of last
week. (He stepped into a deep hole
and went down, but was rescued by
Charles H. Rodgers and others and
taken to the shore unconscious. In
about ilfteen minutes he was resus
citated and was able to walk to his
The six weeks' summer session
for teachers at the Pennsylvania
State college has enrolled 323 teach
ers from the 57 counties of the
state. The most popular of 77
courses offered are those in Home
Economics, Manual Training and
lElementary Agriculture. The fol
lowing are registered from Wayne
county; 'Ruth E. Gleason, Arthur
A. Hopkins, Aldenville; Caroline B.
Lloyd, Starrucca; Edyth K. Swift,
of Honesdale. ,
Lillian Nichols, a young lady of
Carbondale, had a narrow escape
from serious Injury on Thursday of
last week when she was struck by a
Delaware and Hudson train, when
she was walking along the tracks, on
her way from work at a silk mill at
Simpson. She was hurled through
the air and fortunately escaped with
two sprained ankles. She was taken
to Emergency hospital where her in
juries were treated and her condi
tion is now much Improved.
James, little son of S. E. Morrison,
Robert Smith, Jr., left on Monday
for Harford, Pa.
Miss Harriet Tolan, of Scranton,
is visiting Honesdale friends.
Miss Laura Corson, of Waymart,
was a caller In town last week.
Vaughan McLean, of Prescott ave
nue, Scranton, Is visiting in Hawley.
Attorney Charles P. Searle mo
tored to Lake Huntington on Sun
day. H. S. Lockwood, of South Canaan,
was a Honesdale visitor on Satur
day. Helen Boss, a granddaughter of
C. M. Elmendorf, has measles at
Earl Ham, who is employed In the
Wayno County Savings Bank, is ill
Harold Bommelmyer, of Carbon
dale, was a week-end visitor with
friends in town.
Misses Pheobo Bobbins and
Theresa Sporer visited Carbondale
friends on Sunday.
Miss James Lindsay, Sr., of Keene,
spent Sunday at the home of her
son, James Lindsay.
Miss Marietta Russell has return
ed after spending a fow days with
Mrs. Russell Dimock at Dalton.
Mrs. William Heydt and daughter,
Adele, of Montclair, N. J., are visit
ing at the home of Hon. and Mrs.
A. T. Searle.
Fred Suydam, who has been visit
ing at tho home of Christian Dor
flinger, White Mills, has returned to
Paterson, N. J.
Charles Dorfllnger took Thomas
Fuller, Attorney IR. CM. Salmon, Eu
gene and John Dorfllnger to Mil
ford on Sunday.
Misses Mearle Eldred and iMInnio
Schoell, who had been spending two
weeks at Highland Lake, Sullivan
county, returned home on Monday
Mrs. Varcoe of White Mills, visit
ed iMrs. Isaac Forman of Cottago
street, last week. Although old
school mates, this Is their first meet
ing In 41 years.
Joseph Sporer and Archie Fermer
of Corning, N. Y., returned home af
ter a two weeks' vacation spent with
tho former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Sporer, Cherry Ridge.
Miss Vera Tuman, of Green RIdgo
street, and Miss Mabel Goddard, of
Adams avenue, aro spending several
weeks at Elk Lake, Wayno county.
Mrs. J. G. RIeiler, of North Main
street, entertained Mrs. John G.
Walker and sons, J. Layton and
Harvlo Ellis, of Scranton, at din
ner last Tuesday.
Miss Caroline Petersen, niece,
Miss Chnrlotto Lane, and Mrs. H. T.
Menner and daughter, Miss Mary A.
Menner, have returned from Atlan
tic City, where they spent a few
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Rollison and
Uttlo daughter, Miss Both, Mr. and
Mrs. Georgo S. Thompson and Mrs.
Charles Lango nnd son, Russell, of
Hawley, aro spending somo time at
Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Brady, daugh
ter, Ethel, nnd William Grigg and
sister, Miss Etta Grlgg, of Westflold,
N. J loft Monday for Benchlako,
where thoy will spend tho remainder
of tho sunfcner at tho Lakosldo
House, conUucted by Thomas Olvor.
Mrs. William Gravor and daugh
ter, Miss Marlon, of New York city.
aro making an extended visit with
her varents, air. and Mrs. Solomon
Docker, of Hawley. Mr. Gravor, who
accompanied his wlfo and daughter
there has returned to the motropolls.
Frank Crogan, of Scranton, spent
William Robinson, of Carbondale,
was In town Sunday.
Charles Mayer, of Port Jervls, is
spending a few days here.
Miss Carmel Fahey, of Scranton,
Is tho guest of friends here.
Dr. '.Meade Schcnck and family, of
Plttston, nre visiting in town.
MIsbs Helen Murtha and Irene
Dean spent Sunday nt Elk Lake.
Francis Murtha, of Scranton, spent
the week-end with relatives here.
Mrs. Stanley P. Allen, of Scranton,
was a recent visitor nt Lake Ariel.
Jerry Williams, of Scranton, was
a business caller In town Monday.
W. W. Parker returned Sunday
evening from a ten days' vacation.
Sarah Burns, of New York, is the
guest of her mother at Cherry Ridge.
Miss Margaret Corcoran, of White
Mills was a recent visitor in Arch
bald. Miss Pearl Grlesdale, of Peckvllle,
Is spending her vacation at Beach
lake. Miss Mildred Box of Carbondale,
Is spending her vacation at Pleasant
Miss Susie Sheridan, of Carbon
dale, is the guest of Honesdale
Miss Mae McGraw was the guest of
Miss Anna O'Malley at Lake Ariel
F. X. Socte, who Is employed at
Carbondale, visited his parents on
.Miss Helen Moran of Brooklyn, Is
the guest of the Misses Duff on For
Miss Elizabeth Hartung, of Car
bondale, was a recent visitor in
Miss Helen Lynott of New York,
Is the guest of her grandparents on
Milton Russell is now employed
with a corps of engineers at Man
chester, N. H.
Mrs. Irene Smith, of South Gib
son, is visiting Mrs. G. P. Ross, on
Miss Agatha Manger has been
visiting friends at Dunmore and
Miss Margaret Holtzmaster, of
Carbondale, is the guest of Miss
E. A. Tiffany of Carbondale, has
purchased S. A. MclMulien's Sr., resi
dence in that city.
Mr. and Mrs. William Schoonover,
of Scranton, are spending a few days
with relatives here.
Slgmund Katz and Harry Rettew
motored to New York In the form
er's car on Saturday.
Miss May Joseph, of Scranton, is
tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Louis
A. Howell, Wood avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Taylor and Chas.
Schlager of Scranton, are spending
a few days at Hollistervllle.
Mrs. 5. B. Spencer and children,
of Carbondale, are spending the
summer months at Pleasant Mt.
Miss Ersula Carpenter, of Carbon
dale, is the guest of Miss Hazel Den
nis, of Girdland, for two weeks.
Miss Florence Kimble Is assisting
in the Farmers and Mechanics bank
during Cashier Emery's absence.
Mrs. W. J. Perkins, of Carbondale,
who has been visiting relatives here,
returned to her home on Monday.
Misses Loretta Murray and Stella
Duff have gone to Eldred, N. Y.,
where they will spend tho summer.
Miss Dorothy Lynch has returned
to her home in Canton, O., after a
three weeks' visit with friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lesher and
two children are spending the week
with relatives and friends in Sterl
ing. Miss Merian Levy returned to her
home at Harvey's Lake after a week's
Visit with Mr. and Mrs. William
Mrs. William Bailey and daughter,
Miss Carlotta, of East Honesdale,
are guests of friends in Green
Miss Kate Kroll has returned from
an extended visit with her sister,
Mrs. Frank Davis, of New Haven,
Mrs. Katberlne Kearney has re
turned to her home in Hawley after
a pleasant visit with relatives at
John Sheridan, of Hawley, left
that place on Friday for a week's
visit with relatives and friends in
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Harold Lane returned to his home
in Xyack Monday after spending
some tlmo with his school friend,
'Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stone will
leave on Wednesday morning for a
two weeks' visit at Minnewaska,
Ulster county, X. Y.
Miss Rachel Tlnklepaugh, who
has been visiting relatives here for
the past several weeks, returned to
her home In Peckvlllo on Thursday.
Miss Margaret Hagen, chlof oper
ator of tho Bell Telephone Co., Is
spending her vacation with friends
in Trenton, X. J. and New York city.
Prof. H. A. Oday is at Stato Col
lege, Pa., whero ho is attending a
summer course. Mrs. Oday Is at the
Thousands Islands, St. Lawrence
C. A. Emery, cashier of the Far
mers and Mechanics Bank, is spend
ing his vacation in Scranton with
Mrs. Emery, who has been there tho
past few weeks.
Joseph D. Deroche, of Hoboken,
X. J., and Misses Roso Crosby and
Monica Donovnn, of Xow York City,
aro guests at tho homo of Mrs. Roso
Crosby, Erie street.
Miss Jessamine Wedgo, who has
been tho guest of Carbondale friends
tho past week, will spend a few days
with Honesdalo friends, before re
turning to her homo In Dinghnniton.
.Mrs. John Klmblo and daughter,
J. Marie, of Towandn, aro guests at
tho homo of Mrs. Augusta Kuhbach
on Court street. Mr. Klmblo is ex
pected nexi week for n fow days' so
journ at his former homo hero.
John Eno, sister Miss Lillian Eno,
nnd tho former's son, Frank, all of
Brewster. X. Y., motored to Hones
dalo on Friday last. Tho gentlemen
returned on Tuesday, but Miss Lil
lian will remain hero for an Indefi
Miss Grace Brown of East Park
street, leaves Wednesday morning
for Scranton, from whence she and
Mrs. II. E. Garrison, of South
Orange, X. J., will leavo for Buffalo
From that city thoy will go by boat
to Mackinac Island, Mich., whero
a month will be spent.
Miss Laura Cortrlght Is again at
tending to her duties ns stenograph
er in the office of Homer Greene,
having returned from Painted Post,
X. Y whero sho spent her vacation.
Misses Prlscllla and Anna Lambert
expect to spend tho forthcoming few
weeks with relatives at Dalton. They
will nlso be guests at the homo of
Rev. nnd Mrs. James P. Ware, at
Drlfton, beforo returning home.
'Mrs. John Drumm, of New York
City, who has been visiting here sev
eral weeks, hos returned. Sho was
accompanied home by her two grand
children, Miss Dorothy nnd Mario
Weir, who will spend a month in the
Miss Margaret McGettlgnn, pro
fessional nurse, and mother, are now
nicely domiciled In No. 3 of tho Do
herty block. Mrs. Ann Griffin and
family will occupy suite No. 2, while
Dr. and Mrs. P. F. Griffin will move
Into apnrtment No. 4, vacated by W.
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. B. Callaway and
tho lntter's mother, 'Mrs. J. B. Bone,
and daughter. Miss Emma Bone, of
Dunmore, leavo Wednesday for
Laurel Lake, whero they will spend
their vacation at tho home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Jackson, in Dnmascus
BOARD OF TRADE BULLETIN
No.J. HONESDALE, PA., JULY 17, 1912. VoU
Published in tho interest of Hones
dale and vicinity.
F. W. Kreltner, President.
R. J. Murray, 1st Vice-President.
S. T. Ham, 2nd Vice-President.
Edward Deltzer, Treasurer.
E. B. Callaway, Secretary.
E. B. Callaway, Editor.
Honesdale Is becoming widely ad
vertised as recent communications
received by the secretary will signi
fy. One letter came from a former
Wayne County-ite, who says he no
tices by tho papers that Honesdale
has a very progressive Board of
Trade In action now, and that the I
Board Is extremely Interested In
dale. The writer continues: "In fact
It was quite an achievement for you
to get the Gurney Electric Elevator
company to locate with you, but I
do not suppose you are going to stop
there." No, the Board of Trade is
not going to stop here. It is likened
to the 'brook that goes on forever.
There are other prospective indus
tries that are looking Honesdale
ward and it will bo only a question
of time before they, too, will be lo
cated In our midst.
The secretary of the Board of
Trade received a letter last week,
which if tho questions asked are
properly answered will put Hones
dale on tho map for time to come.
Some of tho questions: "Historic
points of Interest," "What Is your
city best known for," "Give short de
scription of any noticeable scenic
features." "Principal manufacturing
Interests, particularly those of na
tional reputation," etc. The pur
pose is to create new routes for
motorists who are paying more at
tention each year to the points of in
terest along the way. The citizens of
Honesdale are confident that there
ERIE RAILROAD TIMETABLE
Effective June 15, 1912.
To Patrons Along tho Scranton
Branch of tho Erie Railroad.
Tho morning trains leaving Scran
ton at 6.00 o'clock and 1.30 p. m.,
as per schedule following runs dally
6.42 6.28 1.12 Lv. Hawley Ar. . . . 7.45 3.26 10.07
C.50 G.35 3.27 1.20 7.45 West Hawley 7.43 9.00 3.24 6.20 10.05
6.58 6.43 3.38 1.28 7.56 White Mills 7.29 S.52 3.09 6.12 9.52
7.07 6.52 3.47 1.37 8.05 East Honesdale ... 7.20 8.43 3.00 6.03 9.43
7.10 6.55 3.50 1.40 8.08 .. .Ar. Honesdalo Lv.. 7.17 8.40 2.57 6.00 9.40
9.12 6.30 Scranton (D&H)
. M. I p.m. I p.m. p.m. I a.m. Arrive
6.31 1.15 Ar. West Lv. 7.43 3.24 10.05
10.10 6.37 1.20 9.15 7.00 Lv. Hawley Ar. 7.3S 10.54 3.16 6.54 9.40
10.26 G. 53 1.36 9.31 7,16 Hoadleys. .. 7.22 10.38 3.00 6.36 9. S3
10.30 6.59 1.40 9.37 7.22 Clemo 7.17 10.33 2.56 6.31 9.18
10.40 7.09 1.50 9.48 7.31 Gravity 7.07 10.23 2.46 6.21 9.08
10.47 7.20 1.57 9.57 7.39 Lako Ariel. 7.00 10.16 2.39 6.14 9.01
11.01 7.34 2.11 10.11 7.52 ... .Maplewood 6.46 10.02 2.21 6.01 8.47
11.07 7.40 2.17 10.17 7.58 ... .Saco .. 0.39 9.55 2.15 5.54 8.40
11.09 7.43 2.20 10.20 8.00 WImmers. . 6.36 9.52 2.12 5.51 8.37
11.20 7.54 2.31 10.31 8.11 . . . .Elmhurst. . . G.24 9.40 2.00 5.39 8.25
11.27 8.01 2.38 10.38 8.18 . . . .Xay Aug. . . 6.15 9.31 1.51 5.30 8.16
11.38 S.12 2.49 10.51 8.28 ... .Dunmore. .. G. 06 9.22 1.42 5.21 8.07
11.47 8.21 2.58 11.00 8.37 Scranton 6.00 9.151.355.15l 8.00
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Published by tho Greater Honesdalo Board of Trade, Honesdale, Pa.
Our B lie a
At 2 p. m. Thursday, July 18th we will
place on sale 120 pieces of Blue Enameled
Ware, White Lined. All pieces are firsts, no
seconds will be offered. Only one piece to
a person and none to children. Pieces on
Lipped Preserving Kilties
Berlin Kettles with cover
I od rUlb I Regular Prices are From 40c lo 60c
While they last the price will be 25c.
O. ML SPETTIGUE.
W, L. Burnnrd returned Saturday
from n few days' visit with C. H.
Hartman, Green Ridge, and his
brother In Carbondale.
CASTOR I A
For Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Big assortment of grain cradles at
Murray Co.'s, Honesdale, Pa. 57t2
Estate James Van Valkenberg, lato
All persons Indebted to said estate
aro notified to make immediate pay
ment to tho undersigned, and those
having claims against tho said es
tate are notified to present them
duly attested for settlement.
R. W. RAYMOND,
are many historical and other points
of Interest here. For Instance it
was at Honesdale that tho first lo
comotive turned a wheel on tho
American continent. It occurred hero
August 8, 1829. It was the Stour
bridge Lion and the initial trip was
made on the Delaware and Hudson
railroad. Another item Honesdale,
in the boating days, was the largest
coal supply market in the world, al
though not an ounce of the dusky
diamonds was mined in Honesdale.
11,000 tons was shipped daily. It
has, however, the largest pleco ot
coal mined in the anthracite region
on exhibition here. Philip Hone, af
ter whom Honesdale was named,
might be mentioned. He was one of
the first mayors of New York City.
His visit to this place in 1S41 with
Washington Irving was another note
able event, 'xhe old stage coach
days, when wearied passengers tra
veled over mountainside and through
valleys on their way from coast to
coast and stopped at Honesdalo for a
night's rest, was another Interesting
epoch In tho history of Honesdale.
As to scenic views, etc., what more
beautiful and restful picture could
bo painted on Nature's canvas than
Irving Cliff, with the Lackawaxen
river flowing placidly at Its base, as
viewed from tho State bridge. This
alone Is worbh what It costs from
New York to Honesdale. Then the
beautiful and diversified view from
Irving Cliff. It cannot be appreciat
ed until visited. Then as to manu
facturing articles having gained a
national reputation there are many
here. The Board of Trade will use
its utmost power and influence to
get motorists to come to Honesdale
by telling of the many items of in
terest that there aro here. In all
events, in another year, Honesdalo
will be visited by a number of pleas
ure seekers, all of whom will bo a
desirable class of people to have in
except Sunday, directly to Honesdale,
giving people all day If necessary tjf
transact their business at tho coun1
seat and return home the same evon
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