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THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1912.
UMBRELLAS, BEAUTIFUL. HAN
dloa, gold and silver mounted, In
latest styles at Petersen's. 98t2.
GEORGE EHBRT'S FAMOUS BOT-
tled beer at Lorls' Silver Cafo.
HEAD YOUIt FLOCK WITH A SIN-
gle Comb Black Minorca Cockerol,
Northup strain, tho stock tbat lays
big white eggs. They aro beauties.
76 cents each at tho yard, near Ty
ler Hill, J. T. Bradley, Damascus,
A DROP HEAD SEWING MACHINE
with all attachments for $10.
Closing out vacuum cleaners for f 25.
Machines for $15.00 for Christmas.
FOR THE FINEST LINE OF
sleighs at bottom prices call on E.
T. Smith, Honesdale. DTeltf
HONESDALE'S TRADING DAY,
wnniMini' iini i.i if niiiintiAtio 11
all our cut glass. C. Petersen, Jeweler.
WANTED A POSITION AS STEN-
ographer and book-keeper in of
fice. Address 1207 East street.
SCHOOL GIRL WAMTED TO WORK
for board. Inquire at 309 Park
HIDES WE PAY 12 CENTS PER
pound for trimmed green hides.
Dunn's Meat Market, Main street.
SURPRISE YOUR FRIENDS WITH
your photo for Christmas. Ro-
ua no biuu d. u . I'osiomce. 33m;
WANTED GO GIRLS TO LEARN
glass cutting. Wages $6 per
week to start. Krantz-Smith & Co.
THE WAYNE COUNTY COMMIS-
sioners will meet at their office
in tho court house, Tuesday, Decem
ber 24 99ei2
LET THE LACKAWANNA DO
your laundry. Thomas F. Bracy,
Honesdale, agent. Lock for our
wagon with tho sign "Lackawanna
Laundry Co." 57tf
PETERSEN'S JEWELRY STOPR
will be open every evening except
Sunday from now until Christmas.
W II HALL, PAINTER AND DEC-
orator, who has been away for
some time has returned and is now
prepared to look after the Interest of
his patrons. Old furniture cleaned
and reflnished. Bell telephone.
Honesdale Free Library:
Tuesday's 2 to 5, 7 to 9 P. M.
Hours for Receiving Freight on
- H. Tlntlv. in 1(1 A M nftpr.
nnn. .-i mi
le 1U 3U A. -u.
nail Closing Hours:
A.M. P.M. Sun. P.M.
II 6:30 12 M.-4.15 G.45
8 00 2.25-5.30
). Route 9.45
Routes, Stage, 2.50; Tyler Hill
H C 55
H 10 00
Male A M.
H 10 15
III. 9 550.50
1.30 3.50 C. 55
I LOCAL NEWS
iWhen you buy advertised goods
tell the merchants that you
leir advertisement In Tho Clti-
'nclalmed letters remaining In
mesdale postofilce week ending
Mrs. Fred Fritz, Mrs. C. E.
y, Joseph Held, John W.
as. Mrs. Harry Williams. M.
Irs, William Clark accompan
ola Doughton, an orphan, aged
iars, from Honesdale to Scot
this state, on Thursday morn-
tho Soldiers Orphan School
is sent by tho Grand Army
id Ladles' Circle,
irold Van Keuren, who for
lime had been employed by
Jegheny county Light and
i'mpany of Pittsburg, is now
sdalo and will probably asso-
kmself with Leonard Buerkett
electric wiring business hero
L'sdale Mr. Van Keuren Is
pjlcttrHlan and will undoubt-
la great addition to tho busi-
State Highway Department
: out to do the chief revenue
of tho Stato these days.
Iven tho Auditor General's
nt a chase the last few
io Incomo to-day from auto-
kenses amounted to $7,155.
rsented payments for 1913
Fin addition $9 camo In for
inses, although they have
r a month to run.
kimallpox scare is over in
ly, N Y. Dr. Kemp, tho
peer, for tho town of Fro-
filgated the school house,
L'athollc church on Friday.
Mies held servlco In U10
iday morning. School
Inday morning after be-
ror four weeks. All dan-
lie disease Is over, unless
fomes In from out of
iiat Is unlikely as the
'ealth Is taking all pre-
fjessary to prevent any
lad of tho disease.
Saturday is Honcsdalo's trading
Georgo Green, of Newfound
land, and Miss Blancho Manhart, of
Greentown, wero married In Green
town on Wednesday, Dec. 4.
Thoro will bo nu exhibit of
Wnyno county apples and corn at tho
next Pomona Grango meeting which
will bo held In Honcsdnlo somotlmo
In February. Wayno county cxcells
In apples, whllo corn is a closo sec
ond. Tho last will and testament of
John Ordnung of Seolyvlllo was pro
bated on Saturday, Dec. 7. He nam
ed his widow, Margaret Ordnung, as
his administratrix and bequeathed to
her nil his property, real and person
al and mixed.
The regular monthly meeting of
tho Greater Honcsdnlo Board of
Trado will bo held on Friday even
ing, December 13, nt S o'clock In
tho city hall. Nomination of of
ficers for tho ensuing year will bo
made. Every member is requested
to bo present.
Tho executive committee of the
Panama-Pacific Exposition mot in
Hnrrisburg Tuesday and selected Its
executive officers and outlined its
plans and work. Tho committee was
empowered to handle matters for tho
commission and willstart things mov
commlsslon and will start things
Last week Emma C. Spall
Warthling of Hawley was granted
letters of administration for the
handling of the estate of Lewis
Spall, late of Ilawlcy. deceased. Let
ters of administration were also
granted to Kate Blllard in tho estate
of George Billard, late of Hawley,
A Reading story is that the
towns along tho Schuylkill are ob
jecting to (Improving sewage disposal
because it would cost $8, 000, 000.
Most of them have already installed
systems which remove tho danger for
tho present. None of Reading's sow
nge gets into tho Schuylkill as it has
a disposal plant.
While attempting to hurry a fire
in a stove in the office of the Max
well stone dock at Pond Eddy, on
last Monday night by the use of pow
der, Edward Kirby and Albert Corey,
two quarrymen, were burned. Some
other powder In tho place became
ignited and started a fire which de
stroyed the office.
The last will and testament of
Grace L. Dunn was probated on
Dec. 7 in Register and Recorder W.
B. Lesher's office and Bertha A.
Wadgo and Samuel Wadgo were
named as executors. She bequeath
ed to Dr. F. W. Powell the sum of
$G0 and to Bertha Wadge $40 and
also all of her estate remaining af
ter bequests were paid.
Anthracite shipments for No
vember amounted to C, 105,330 tons,
a decrease of 27,778 tons from No
vember, 1911. Tho shipments in
Novyj'ber, 1911, however, were very
lae and established a record for
the eleventh month of tho year. The
shipments last month were larger
than tho November shipments In
either 1910, 190? or 1908.
Clarkson Nicholas, of Jefferson
vllle, Sullivan county, who has been
a patient at tho State Hospital In
Middletown since September last,
committed suicide Monday morning
by placing his head on the rails of
tho State Hospital switch, in front of
a car of coal which was being placed
on the scales by the Erie yard gang
of Middletown. Nicholas was being
treated at tho hospital for melan
cholia, and is survived by his wife,
who resides at Jeffersonvillo. He
was 32 years of age.
Tho question whether Pennsyl
vania is to make substantial progress
in highway construction will be
squarely up to the Legislature that
Is to assemble In Harrlsburg early
next month. All parties stand
pledged to good roads. Tho wide
spread popular demand for real high
way improvement Is unquestioned.
The coming legislature will have no
moro important business than this.
Tho general disposition among mem
bers of the Senate and House is to
approve the proposition to amend the
Constitution to permit of an issue of
$50,000,000 of bonds for road con
struction. This was unanimously en
dorsed by the 1911 Legislature, and
if approved In the coming session can
bo submitted to the peoplo for final
action In 1913.
Of all the uncertain crops, mush
rooms probably stand at tho head.
While they will sometimes grow of
their own accord, apparently as easy
as weeds, they often refuse to grow
under the best conditions. This is
why they usually sell at a price that
seems high; if they could bo grown
as cheaply as potatoes they would
not sell for any more. Whllo mush
rooms aro not particular where they
grow, when you consider that they
need a temperature of between 50
and CO degrees, a moist air where
tho ventilation is good and where
there are no drafts, and that there
should be water under or dripping
on to the bods, and that there must
be no rats In tho sheds or cellars, you
can get some Idea that it is neces
sary to havo a place where you can
not only heat and keep tho cold out
in winter, but also keep tho heat out
in spring and summer. Farm and
Tho coolness of Dr. Leo 11.
Joyce, of Passaic, N. J., when a Sus
quehanna Railroad express bore
down on his automobile at a danger
ous crossing at Butler Monday saved
his own lifo and that of three other
occupants of the car. With his wifo
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Cronin,
Dr. Joyce was returning from a trip
to Newfoundland. Tho machine was
almost upon tho crossing when tho
train camo thundering along with
out warning. Seeing llttlo chance of
clearing tho tracks before tho train
he swerved sharply to tho left. Ho
then shouted to tho women to Jump
and they leaped down an embank
ment at tho side of tho railroad.
Tho engineer slackened tho speed
somewhat, but tho collision could
not be avoided. Tho express camo
to a stop and passengers wont to the
aid of tho Injured autolsts. Mr.
Cronin was tho only ono to escape
Injuries. Mrs. Joyco's nnklo was
dislocated and Mrs. Cronln's sldo was
badly bruised. Dr. Joyce received a
dislocated wrist and Injuries about
his legs and body.
Savo car faro by purchasing
your mcrchandlso at homo.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. II .M. Blake, near Bethany, on
'Fred Bryant has purchased a
1913 model Reo, flvo passenger tour
ing car of E. W. Gammell.
Tho supper hold at tho Bethany
Methodist parsonage Wednesday
night was Inrgely attendod by
Good roports como from Geo.
Uuorkot, who Is now in Washington,
D. C, in a preparatory school, whore
ho is qualifying himself to enter
Tho ninny attractive window
displays one sees passing up or down
our main street are sufficient proof
that our merchants put much com
mercial value to tho holidays.
Horace Malloy, who Bpent a few
days In the county jail for bolng In
toxicated and disorderly on the
streets, and who was released Mon
day was again brought beforo Bur
gess C. A. McCarty on Tuesday. Ho
was released after having signed the
There Js a possibility of another
passenger train being operated up
on the Honesdale branch of tho Del
aware and Hudson railroad when
tho Criminal Insane Hospital at
Farview is opened. The increased
traffic on the branch gives founda
tion to this rumor.
Charles Ettlnger, who for the
past few years has been car repairer
for the Erie and Delaware and Hud
son companies at this place, has
been transferred to Dunmore. This
made a vacancy, which was filled by
Fred Wblttaker, a Delaware and
Hudson freight platform employe.
Fred Wilmoro has succeeded Mr.
A keroseno lamp exploded In
tho homo of Frederick J. Walter on
River street Tuesdny evening about
1 0 o'clock and caused a small
blaze which was soon extinguished
without much damage bolng done.
One of the members of the family
seized the lamp and threw It out of
doors. The woodwork and curtains
caught firo but wero smothered by
a rug. No one of the family was
seriously Injured, other than a few
burns on the hands received when
extinguishing the fire.
At a meeting of tho Business
Men's Association held last Wed
nesday evening the commltteo ap
pointed to make arrangements upon
abolishing tho meter rents reported
that they had waited upon the
Electric Light company and made
satisfactory arrangements for the
discontinuance of said gas and elec
tricity meter rents. The matter of
merchants purchasing tickets, and
supporting organizations and the
like In the way of donations, etc.,
was discussed but no definite action
was taken. Committees wero ap
pointed to wait upon the merchants
and business men of Honesdale re
garding the matter.
President H. F. Gurney, of the
Gurney Electric Elevator company of
this place, met with tho board of
directors of that institution on Tues
day afternoon to consider business
propositions pertaining to tho old
plant, where elevators are now being
built. It was the concensus of opin
ion of the board that it wanted to
manufacture the best article possible
when the shop would become va
cated. Mr. Gurney told a Citizen
representative that he had two or
three good propositions in view, but
that the board had not decided upon
any as yet. The prospects for Hones
dalo are exceedingly bright. It is
possible that tho proposed new in
dustry will by no means bo a small
A petition Is being circulated
by W. H. Dunn, of Beachlake, for tho
establishing of a state highway un
der the provisions of the Sproul bill
between Indian Orchard and Nar
rowsburg. A state road Is already
laid out between Honesdale and In
ian Orchard and tho proposed piece
of highway between that point and
the Delaware vallev oovnrs n ins
tance of about twelve miles. This'
is unquestionably ono of tho most
extensively traveled highways In
Wayne county. Tho petition is nu
merously signed by residents both of
Wayno county and Sullivan county.
In order to secure this piece of road
as a stato highway, an amendment
to the Sproul act will have to be
passed by tho coming session of the
Sonnor & Son havo placed a
now display window In their shoo
storo and repair shop.
Rov. C. C. Mlllor and congre-
gation win dedicato tho now Car
negie organ in St. John's Luthornn
church on Sundny morning, Dec.
22. Special dedicatory services will
bo observed. Mlsa Margaret Ebor
hardt organist. Tho public Is cordi
ally invited to bo present.
Bargains at Peterson's Jowolry
storo Saturday, Dec. 14. All Dor
fllnger's and other cut glass sold at
ANNUAL DINNER OF
THE PENNSYLVANIA SOCIETY.
On Saturday evening, December
14th, tho fourteenth annual dinner
of tho Pennsylvania society will bo
given In tho Waldorf-Astoria, Now
York. It will bo in commemoration
of the ono hundred and twenty-fifth
anniversary of tho Constitution of
tho United States, which was agreed
to by tho Pennsylvania convention
on December 12th, 1787. The
guest of honor will bo tho British
Ambassador, tho Right Hon. James
Uryce, O. N. Tho Hon. Georgo W.
Wickersham, tho attorney general
of tho United States, will bo tho
toastmnster. Tho other speakers
will lncludo the Hou. Job E.
Hedges, and tho Hon. William E.
Borah, U. S. Senator from Idaho.
Senator William A. Clark, President
of tho Society, will preside. The
dinner will bo ono ofstho largest of
tho season, tho subscriptions num
bering moro than nlno hundred per
sons. On Sunday afternoon, follow
ing tho dinner, Senator Clark will
glvo a reception to tho dinner party
in tho art galleries of his house
Tho following local peoplo will
attend tho dinner: Mr. and Mrs.
Henry 55. Russell, tho Misses Rus
sell, Mr. and Mrs. John D. Weston,
Mrs. Frod B. Whitney, Mr. Charles
H. Dorllingor, Hon. E. B. Hardon
bergh and Miss C. Lou Harden
borgh. It Is customary to select
certain members of tho society as a
mark of esteem to them to servo as
escorts to guests of honor. Mr.
Hardcnbcrgh Is among those chosen
this year for that service.
Mrs. John Erk Is confined to her
bed suffering from vaccination,
William Allenbacker, who has boon
Indisposed, Is ablo to bo out again.
Mrs. Eliza Dunkloberg Is sick at
her home In Seclyville this week.
Leslie Decker has returned homo
after a successful hunting trip in
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Budd. of Rldgo
street, spent a few days with rela
tives at Torrey.
John K. Hornbeck, of Equlnunk,
was attending to business hero the
first of tho week.
Miss Phoobo Robblns spent
Thursday the guest of Miss Anna
Cole at Prompton.
Mrs. Robert Horton has accepted a
position as clerk In Rowland's Jew
elry store during the holiday sea
son. Tho Misses Dorfllnger of White
Mills are In New York City shop
ping. They aro guests at the Wol
cott. Alfred E. House, of Philadelphia,
and Miss Verna M. Hazlcton, of
Newfoundland, were married in New
foundland on Wednesday, December
4, by Rev. W. E. Webster.
George E. Bates, of Scranton,
division freight and passenger
agent of tho Delaware and Hudson
railroad company, was a business
caller in Honesdale on Thursday.
Charles Jay, of Pleasant Mount,
has been spending a few days as the
guest of his nephew, Harry Toms,
of this place. He will later visit
relatives at Cherry Ridge and Lack
awanna Valley. Mr. Jay called at
The Citizen office Wednesday to pay
for his subscription. He has been a
subscriber to this paper for over
In tho Presbyterian church Sun
day evening, December 15, Dr.
Swift will preach on "An Ideal
Courtship." All welcome.
Grace Episcopal church, Sunday,
Dec. 15: 8 a. m., Holy Communion;
10:30, Morning Prayer and Sermon;
7:30 p. m., Evening Prayer and Ser
mon; Sunday school, 12 M.
Christ church, Indian Orchard:
Sunday School every Sunday at
1:30; Evening Prayer and Sermon
by Rev. A. L. Whlttaker, Dec. 15,
2:30 p. m.
Central Methodist Episcopal
church. It has been found neces
sary to postpone tho reopening of
the Methodist church from Dec. 15
to Dec. 22. Then services will bo
held at 10:30 a. in., 3 p. m. and
7:30 p. m. While tho postponement
for some reasons Is to be regretted
all will rejoice that by holding tho
services on the 22d many of the
student members, now away at col
lege, will bo present. The Sunday
school and Epworth League will
meet at tho usual hours next Sunday.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Charles Shaffer of Lake Ariel, to
Ray N. Howe, of same, land in Lake
Ariel; consideration, $500.
Jacob V. Sadler et ux. of South
Canaan, to Teressa Brooks, of same,
land In South Canaan township; con
Abram Bennett, of Freemont, to
Walter Goan, of New York, land In
Damascus township; consideration,
Margaret Ordnung, of Seelyvllle,
to Frank G. Molter, of same, land
In Texas township; consideration, $1
Edward W. Steffens et ux. of Dy
borry, to Louisa Stengel, of Calllcoon
N. Y land in Damascus township;
Phllo S. Bass et ux. of Lebanon,
to Henry E. Yale, of same, land In
Lebanon township; consideration,
$1, and other valuables.
Benjamin Gardener of Factoryvlllo
to Edwin B. Callaway et ux. of
Honesdalo, property on East street,
borough of Honesdalo; consideration
Frank A. Madden et ux. of
Dreher to Charles D. Smith of samo
place, land In Drehor township;
W. J. Phllo et ux. of Sterling, to
Frank Garrls, of same, land in
Sterling township; c6nsidoration,
Henry E. Taylot ot ux. of Now
York, to Ambroso Altcmus, of
Scranton, laud in Hawley borough;
UOODLES HAS MADE A HIT-.
You will bo happy all winter If
you play Hoodies, tho new year
game. Wo havo all kinds of games,
books, mechanical toys, dolls, china,
post enrds, handkerchiefs, fancy
baskets, etc. Call and seo our lino.
Tho Economy Storo, C. W. Smith &
Co,, opposite Lyric theatre. 98el4
After a number of very pleasant
days, wo aro now having some that
nro not so agreeable.
W. B. Lesher and family returned
to Honesdalo aftor a fortnight's va
cation. Ho also took along with him
tho skin of tho deer ho shot as a
proof of his success.
Recently Russell Butlor caught In
a dead fall a wild cat that measured
from paws to paws, when atrotched
out, forty inches. Ho will havo It
mounted, and then It will speak for
Last week Lewis Myers carted
away threo skunk skins (tho kind of
legal tender Madlsonvlllo ministers
recelvo for their services) and by tho
scent In the air at times, wo don't
bollevo they aro all dead yet.
A number of foxes havo suddenly
expired, to say nothing of tho death
of sundry squirrels, pheasants, etc.
Dr. R. A. Smith also had a ilno
bear hanging by the heels for a week
or two on his front porch.
It appears that over sinco our lato
presidential election the woods Is
full of deer, bear, foxes, rabbits,
Democrats, skunks, rattlesnakes,
wild cats, and other venemous and
noxious animals and reptiles.
We recently heard that our enter
prising .mall carrier shot a bear and
wo would refer the reader to him for
At O. B. Megarglo's funeral, tho
children wero all present, and Rev.
W. E. Webster based his remarks on
"What Is man that thou art needful
of him?" The G. A. R.'s had charge
of the burial, and tho following vet
erans of tho sixties wero present:
John Smith, A. B. Williams, John
Stevens, H. J. Moon, W. E. Fergu
son, David Edwards, J. W. Bidwell
and Chaplain S. P. Simpson. We
thought ono of tho most solemn and
Impressive moments was when Com
rade Edwards "sounded taps."
For some time past, Mrs. Harriot
Seville has been on tho sick list, but
wo aro now pleased to say that Dr.
Simons says that sho is improving.
Mrs. W. J. Phllo Is again in a
Mrs. Burros is tho guest of her
daughter, Mrs. R. L. Cross.
As a delegate to the Grangers con
vention held this week in Clearfield
county, Dr. R. A. Smith left this
A number from here attended the
Pike County Farmers' Institute held
at the Hemlock Grovo church onthe
Cth and 7th, and it was well patron
ized and passed off very nicely.
Mrs. Salllo Stevens has had quite
a serious time with pneumonia, but
we hope tho crisis is past.
Weather fine for this tlmo of year.
George Summers, of Stroudsburg,
was a business caller in town on
Many farmers attended the local
farmers' institute at Greentown Fri
day and Saturday.
A letter received from C. W.
Akers, an old resident of this place,
who is now In California, stated that
he had cut off two of his fingers In
tho shop of his brother while using
a hand saw.
POMONA AT HEKC1I GROVE.
Tho December meeting of Wayno
County Pomona Grango No. 41 was
held at Beech Grovo Grange No.
1089, on Dec. 5. Ab n result of rain
and bad roads tho attendanco was
not so largo as It otherwise would
havo boon although tho turnout was
good with many delegates from tho
soveral granges. The morning ses
sion was a business one.
After a bnunttful dinner and general
good time tho afternoon session was
called at 1:30 o'clock. Wo wero
very much disappointed In that our
worthy lecturer did not get home In
tlmo to be at tho meeting. Brother
Baker was appointed to present tho
"honor banner" to Beech Grovo
Grango, which had tho largest gain
In membership for tho past quarter.
W. W. Baker and J. F. Leo were ap
It wns thought that a question box
would bo a good thing for tho after
noon session In absenco ot tho pro-)
gram of the worthy lecturer and tno
discussions therefrom wero as fol
lows: "What must wo do to keep
the boys on the farm?" "What Is tho
best kind of litter to use for chick
ens?" "What Is tho best for chicken
house, upper story or ground floor?"
"How can wo renovato old past
ures?" "What breed of chicken Is tho
most profitable?" "What Is tho rea
son for the decrease In farm popu
lation?" "Has a grango any right
to confer tho four degrees In ono
night?" "What shall wo do with our
apples?" "Has the farmer over made
any money farming?" "Is alfalfa a
paying crop and how would you sow
the seed?" After the fifth degreo
meeting the candidates were initiat
ed and grange closed until 7:30.
The corn and applo show that
should have been held at this tlmo
was postponed until tho February
meeting and It was decided to hold
tho next session at Honesdale.
The evening meeting began by
singing, "As We Go Marching On."
Address of welcome, R. E. Ransom,
of Beech Grove, well responded to by
G. A. Curtis; select reading, Brother
Shaffer; solo, Sister Bartlow. A fow
more questions were now discussed
among them, "What can the husband
do to lighten tho burdens of tho
Carrie Hlghbotham gave a select
reading, "The Baldhead Man;" Bro.
Ferris of Maplewood grange, short
talk on grango work; reading, " A
Fly Cogitations," Sister Eno; read
ings, Bro. F. W. Stephens, "Tho
Evils of Profanity," and "The Farm
Tho commltteo on resolutions re
ported favorably on the Myrick Mon
etary System and the grange accepted
the report and ordered the resolu
tion sent Into tho senate and house
Edw. E. Kinsman,
Secretary of Pomona.
taken up to and including
Saturday, Dec. 21st fin
ished for Christmas.
Monner & Co. aro offorlnc for
special Christmas Gifts the new ad-i RO MAINE STUDIO.
an99elTeS m Shlft WlliStS 1913' Opposite IWOIlUo.
CHRBSTBVSAS TIEV2E IS HERE
It is time that everyone began to do their Christmas shopping. Only
three weeks left. It will pay you to look over our line of STAPLE
and FANCY GROCERIES.
NUTS AND XMAS CANDIES
ORANGES, GRAPE FRUIT, ETC.
Our Motto is to Please.
F. E. LAWYER,
0:$1 Main Street,
Mention Ladies !
I have a Beautiful Line of Inexpensive Holiday
Gifts from 25c. to $1,
Mesh and Silk Bags, Silk Hosiery, Handker
chiefs, Gloves, Neckwear, New Novelties in
Bows, and all the Latest Shades in Automobile
TODAY YOU'RE PRIVILEGED
TO WRITE 121212.
Letters and documents writ
ten today may bear the date
121212. Not until Jan. 1,
2001, can another date be indi
cated by writing the same num
ber three times. The stenog
raphers of that day may put
111 at the head of the!, let
ters. And coming back to these
times, tomorrow is Friday, the
13th. There will be only one
Friday the 13th next year In
June but the superstitious may
regard it as a particularly un
lucky day on account of the'
number of the year 1913.
There is not a SMOKER whose taste we
Domestic, Porto Rican3
SVf3anila9 Clear Havana, and
Imported Cigars. All Prices
F. W. Schuerholz
Cigar Man, Honesdale, Pa.
j' Mail Orders Promptly Filled