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THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1912.
(ijclnl ta The Citizen.)
Mllnnvllle, Sept. 12.
Mrs. Litscoino and daughter, Miss
Edna, returned to Brooklyn on
Thursday of last week.
Mrs. Milton Skinner Is uudor tlio
care of Dr. Ptircdll.
Mrs. J. Reynolds, of Ashland, re
cently lsited lior sister, Mrs. Heeves
Miss Gertrude Calkins Is attend
ing High school.
Mrs. Nelscn of Blnghainton, Is
vbltlns Mrs. J. H. IJcnch.
H. II Tyler, v. ho has been spond-
Onlcr your furniture by mall nnd sH
for this fine, brass-trimmed Iron Bed In
any size. Lacquered brass rods, orna
ments and vases. Beautifully enameled
In every detail. Reverse rails to fit any
kind of sprlne. A bed of similar stylo
and quality retails In stores for 15.50.
Carefully packed, shipped
for $3.92. Do you wish to
save fully a third in buy
ing your furniture?
Send today for our FactoryHrlce Cat
alogue. Sent free on request. "Stlckley
Brandt" furniture Is tbo kin that serves
you longest and best.
BINGHAMTON, N. Y
G. WHITE AXE
A few good seconds can be obtained at
the factory, East Honesdale, ranging in price
from 40c. to 75c. each. GEO. M. GENUNG,
ONE NIGHT ONLY
LEON W. WASHBURN
Big Spectacular Production of
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN
With all the added features that has made this company famous
2 Stetson's Military Bands, and colored Drum Corps, Funny
"Topsys," Eccentric "Marks." Grand Transformation Scenes and
Singers, Cakewalkers, Buck Dancers, Mechanical Effects. Jubilee
Scenes, Floats and Tableaux drawn Bloodhounds, Cotton Picking
by small Shetland ponies. Watch for the Big Parade, tho "Bar
num of them All."
PRICES: 15, 25, 35 and 50c.
Seat SaIe--9 A. M. Monday, Sept. 16.
Gurney Electric Elevator Plant
F. A. HAVENS & CO.
Ing somo tlmo In Cortland, N. Y
Is stopping with his brother Q, II.
Ilev. Olvcr preached at this place
on Sunday last.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Cornish nro visit
ing at Dr. Appley's at Cochecton.
Mrs. Dnnlel Laltuo and son, of
Stroudshurg, Pn., W. H. dunnlp of
Atco, and H. R. Becglc, of Now York,
spent Sunday at M. L. Skinner's.
Mrs. Hooves Sampson entertained
the Ladles' Aid Boclety on Thursday
of last week.
Mesdnmes Deach, Smith, Nelson,
Skinner nnd Cnrpentcr spent Wed
nesday at Honcsdnle.
Mr. and Mrs. Cornish, tho Misses
Garden and Dexter, motored to
Kenoza Lnko last week.
F. A, Jenkins, of Honcsdnle, was
In town Tuesdny.
Mrs. Illman, who has been spend
ing soveral weeks with Mllnnvllle
relatives, will return to Washington,
D. C, this week.
'Herbert Illman, who has been
connected with the Architectural De
partment of tho Treasury, Washing
ton, D. C, has been glvon an ap
pointment to overseo outside work
and at present Is at Macon, Ga.
Mrs. Homaino Carpenter returned
to New York city on Monday last.
Mrs. D. H. Deach entertained Mrs.
Mary Calkins, of Cochecton, Mrs.
Abigail Burr of Liberty, N. Y., and
Mrs. Louise Colwell, of Philadelphia.
Miss May Doucher is spending a
few days with Mrs. Mervln Noblo at
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Card, a son, on tho second of Sep
tember. Mrs. Frank Raymond returned to
New York city on Tuesday of this
AUDITOR'S NOTICE. Estate of
Notice of Audit: Notice Is hereby
given that Homer Greene, an auditor
duly appointed by tho Orphans'
Court of Wayne county to pass upon
exceptions filed to the account of W.
S. Harvey, administrator of the above
named estate, will attend to tho du
ties of his appointment at his office
in the borough of Honesdale, Mon
day, Sept. 23, 1912, at 10 o'clock a.
m. HOMER GREENE,
August 28. 1912. 70w3
about the 8
BENJ. H. D1TTRIGH, LESSEE'and MANAGER
Monday Sept. 16
Parents of J. A. Ennis Blame
Bone Pressure on Brain.
WANTED FOR EMBEZZLEMENT.
Fall From Mast Whlla Serving In the
Navy Declared to Have Affeoted
Young Phllndelphlnn's Reason.
Philadelphia, Sept 12. Parents of
James II. Ennis of 2023 South Hem
berger street who was arrested at
Gloucester City, Is. J., charged with
bigamy nnd embezzlement declared
that the young man wns not mentally
responsible for whnt he had done, but
that ho was suffering from a bone
preKHiire on the brnlu which caused
him to lose bis identity for tho tlmo
being. This statement Is corroborated
by Ennla' physlclnn.
Tho parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel
Einilfl, said tluy would stand by their
son nnd endeavor to obtain his re
lease when he was brought to this
city. At present he Is held at Glou
cester City for requisition papers.
"My son wns hurt by falling from n
mast whllo he was In the navy, eight
years ago," said the father. "His skull
was fractured nnd ho hns never wholly
recovered from the injury. If It had
not been for this Injury he would not
havo done tliese things which nre
charged against him, because he Is
dooply religious by nature nnd n con
stant attendant nt church."
Dr. H. W. Boehrlngcr, who hns been
treating Ennis, enld today thnt the
young rnnn was a victim of nournsthe
nla, due to the Injury to his head.
"Ennis came to my office only a few
nights ago," said tho physician, "and
ho said his hoad was hurting him
grently again. He said he was over
worked nnd very nervous. I told him
as I had done many times before that
I believed ho could bo cured by a sur
gical operation to relieve tho bono pres
sure, but ho would not consent to sub
mit to It"
Ennis left his position with tho Rob
ert Ballo company a couple of weeks
ago, after, It Is alleged, falling to turn
in about $300 collected for tho firm.
About tbo snmo tlmo, It Is said, he
met Miss Camilla Hughes, a pretty
Gloucester girl, at Willow Grove.
According to Miss Hughes, ho spent
money lavishly upon her and ended by
asking her to mnrry him. She con
sented and they were married In
Gloucester last Wednesday. Ennis,
she says, ww? known to her aa James
They started on a honeymoon, but nt
Washington Morton, or Ennla, said
that he had been called back by his
employers In Atlnntle City. They re
turned to Gloucester nnd later Ennis
went on alono to tho shore. Tho fol
lowing day a picture of Ennis appeared
In tho newspnpors as wanted for em
bezzlement Sho then learned that he
had a wifo and two children living.
HUBBY WON'T STAY HOME.
At His Mother's House 8o Much That
Philadelphia, Sept. 12. What's the
use of having n husband If ho won't
live with you?
That la what Mr Hans J. Ehrllch of
221(5 Montgomery nvenuo would like to
know. Sho hns Just announced that
sho Is wedded, but hardly a wlfo, be
cause her husband doesn't live with
Mrs. Ehrlich's first husband died
Fob. 14. On April 2 sho became tho
brldo, alio says, of Ehrllch In Passaic,
N. J., where tho mayor married them.
"When -wo returned to Philadelphia
after the wedding ho placed me and my
two children in our home hero and
went to his mother's residence," she
said. "Ho calls upon me three or four
times a week and leaves whenever the
fancy strikes him. He Just bids mo
good night nnd Bays ho is going to tho
home of his mother. Then ho walks in
whenever ho pleases."
FLOTN IN NEW YORK.
Bull Moose Loader Said to Have Gone
to 8ee Hlllts.
Pittsburgh. Sept 12. William Fllnu,
tho Progressive party's leador, made u
hurried trip to New York. It was said
his visit was for tho purposo of confer
ring with Charles D. Hllles, chairman
of tho Itopubllcnn natlonnl committee,
with a vlow to urrnuging tho final de
tails of an understanding which wns
supposed to havo been reached con
cerning tho situation in Pennsylvania.
Mr. nilles did not see Mr. Fllnn, nnd
so fni as could bo learned Mr. Fllnu
mndo no effort to seo tho national
MELLON DECREE IS ENTERED.
Millionaire Pittaburgher Allows Di
vorced Wlfo $30,000 a Yoar.
Pittsburgh, Sept. 12. Tho divorce
decree freolug Andrew W. Mollon,
millionaire banker, from Norn MrMni.
Ion Mellon, was entered hero. Tho
court givos Mellon tho custody of the
two children for eight months nnd
to tho wife four months.
It Is understood Mrs. Mellon will
get nn allowance of tSO.000 n vnnr.
She Is In England with her parents,
fvhero she will tnako her home.
(Suvclnl to The Citizen.)
Bothany, Sopt. 12. I
Clarence Hoyle, son of Mr. and I
Mrs. Horaco Hoyle, of Woodsldo Inn,
met with a vory serious accident i
Tuesday afternoon at his homo that I
might havo been fatal. In cutting
wood tho axo slipped and cut a deep
gnsh in his right arm, soverlng nn
nrtery and veins, through to tho
bono nnd but for tho timely nld of
Drs. Nielson nnd Hums coming from
Ilonosualo by auto tho young man
would havo bled to death. At this
writing ho Is resting comfortably.
.miss Helen Manning, of Now
York, arrived Monday to visit her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Man
Mr. and Mrs. John Stroncman aro
spending two weeks at their Rochcs
Mrs. Fred Lohman, of Honesdale.
camo Tuesday to visit her daughter,
.Mrs. joiin isaiiau.
Those who attend Honesdnlo
school from here this year aro: Alice
ward, Ella Blake, Irene Yerkes,
Marlon Manning nnd Meyer Blerly.
uciward Woodward returned from
Now York on Tuesday.
ilev. John E. Prltchard and fath-
cr-ln-law, Mr. Bate, of Pittsburg.
spent Tuesday In Itlleyvllle.
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AMENDMENTS TO BOROUGH OR
Ordinance to amend Section 2 of
Ordinance No. 10 of the Borough of
Honesdale. lie it enacted, etc., That
section 2 of Ordinance No. 10 en
titled Exhibitions, approved tho 18th
day of February 1!)07 which reads
Sec. 2. Tho price for a license
provided for in tho first section of
this ordinance shall bo as follows:
For a circus or menagerie, tho sum
of twenty-Uvo (J25.00) dollars for
each and every day the same shall be
opened. For every other exhibition,
or amusement, provided for in the
lirst section of this ordinance, tho
sum of five (?5.00) dollars for each
day the same shall be opened. Pro
vided, that a license shall be issued
for a longer period than ono day, at
tho following rates: LIcenso for one
day three (J3.00) dollars; and two
($2.00) dollars for each succeeding
additional day not exceeding one
week. Licenso for more than one
week and not exceeding one month,
fifteen dollars; and for each succeed
ing additional month, two (?2.00)
dollars; provided, that this or
dinance shall not apply to exhibitions
given under tho auspices and for the
benefit of any local, charitable, re
ligious, educational, social or Bor
ough Improvement association, (be
amended so as to read as follows:
Tho price .for a licenso provided
for In the first section of this ordl
nanco shall bo as follows:
For a circus or a menagerie, the
sum of twenty-five (25) dollars for
each and every day tho same shall be
opened. For every other exhibition,
entertainment or amusemont for
which an admission feo shall be
charged and provided for In tho first
section of this ordinance, the sum of
5.00 for each day tho same shall
bo opened. (Provided, that a license
shall bo issued for a longer period
than one day at the following rates:
License .for two days shall be
$3.00 for each day, and for each
succeeding additional day not exceed
ing ono week $1.00 a day. License
for more than ono week and not ex
ceeding one month $15 and for each
succeeding additional month $5.00
provldod that this ordlnanco shall
not apply to exhibitions given under
tho auspices and for the benefit of
any local, charitable, religious, edu
cational or Borough Improvement
An Ordlnanco to amend Ordinance
No. 24 of tho Ordinance of the
Borough of Honesdale, approved
February 18, 1907, by adding there
to Section No. 3 as follows:
No porson shall bo permitted with
in tho Borough to hawk, peddle or
vend upon tho public highways,
streets, lanes, alloys or roads of tho
Borough of 'Honesdale, any fish,
fruit, vegetables or any kind of
goods, wares or merchandise with
out having first obtained from tho
Burgess or In his absenco from tho
Borough Treasurer, a Hconse so to
do. Tho price of such license Is
hereby fixed at $10 for tho first day
and $5 for each succeeding addition
al day. Provided that this ordinance
shall not apply to persons selling
goods of their own production or
THE FOREGOING ORDINANCES
wore on tho 5th day of September,
1912, separately ordained and en
acted, adopted and passed by tho
Town Council of tho Borough of
Honesdale, in Council assembled, as
the ordinances of said borough, to go
into effect and operation from and
aftor tho publication thoreof accord
ing to law.
Town Council of tho Borough of
Town Council of tho Borough of
(Approved Sept. 5, 1912.
chas. a, Mccarty,
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