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THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1913.
Advertisements and reading notices ot all
kinds placed In this column will bo charged
for at the rate of one cent per word for each
separate Inccrtlon. When sending us adver
tisements to be printed In this column, cash
or stamps must accompany the order.
BALANCE OF FUUNITUIIE, RUGS
and kitchen utensils will bo offer
ed for sale, Friday, March 21st, from
2 to 5 p. m. Sale closes at this time.
Slgmund Katz, Main and Fifteenth
FOR RENT APRIL 1, FIVE-ROOM
tenement with lavatory, bath and
outside kitchen on Eleventh street
J. E. Richmond.
FARMS WANTED WITH STOCK
preferred. Send all particulars to
Joseph Starnbauer, 753 Belmont
Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 23t2
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS FOR
, Brick Ice Cream for Easter dinner
with Paul 'Frederic. 2t
THREE GOOD ROUGHERS WANT
ed. Demer Bros. Co., Great Bend,
WANTED AT ONCE A GOOD GIRL
for kitchen work at Hotel Wayne
Apply at once. 2t
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENER
al housework. Apply at 1114
Court street, Honesdale. 24tC.
WANAMAKER & BROWN ARE
famous for making good clothing.
See their elegant assortment of
cloths and styles for Spring and
Summer. Just send card to A. M.
Henshaw, Honesdale R. D. 4. 20eoi5
FOR RENT AFTER APRIL 1,
small farm at Bunnelltown. In
quire of Mrs. Mary A. Reichenbacker,
1234 Westside avenue. 22eitf.
WANTED: HOUSE TO HOUSE
salesmen to sell the Handsomest,
Easiest Running and Best Construct
ed Vacuum Sweeper on the market
to-day. Standard Novelty Works,
Duncannon, Pa. 24 eitf
SKATING RINK FOR RENT FOR
balls, parties, bazaars, fairs, etc.
See N. B. Spencer, Manager, for
You will soon need old newspapers
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Hereafter all boys under 21
-Born, on Saturday, March 15th,
11 nir. :mii n ra. itnv nun fir wnv-
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-A marriage llcenso'has been is-
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liss jsna May Bryant, both or I'leas-
nf Mniint In tho nffinft nf Prntlinnn-
ary w. J. names.
Charles E. Dodge paid Mrs.
. James Robinson, colored, $1,000,
he amount of insurance her late
usuunu curneu m me ixew luiii
A peculiar coincidence happened
the death of Mr. Bennett, of Han-
Ins, and Mr. Bush, of Rock Valley.
iiey wuru uulu uuiu mu suuiu uuy
nd were both hurled at Damascus
Theodore A. Taylor and Georgo
Heath, both of New York, execu-
onesdale Tuesday evening and
ado arrancements for the disnosl-
on oi me unon uome, wmcn is 10-
ueu ai 1114 wesisiuo avenue.
-The marriage of Floyd A. Quick
id Miss Myra H. Buckingham oc-
irred at the parsonage of the Meth-
list Episcopal church Wednesday
ternoon. juarcu ia. nev. win n.
iller performed the ceremony. The
oom Is from Paupack while the
ide lives In Blooming Grove.
-On Wednesday evening In St.
ary Magdalen's church Dr. Balta
vfl n. Rnw.id Rfirmon rn mnrr pr
lk to young women and Friday
ening to men and young men.
ister communion on Wednesday.
-Miss Ina T. Babbitt, of Scranton,
s accented a position as bookkeen-
and stenographer for the Blng-
mtnn J V iWpr fnrmnr omnlnvpr.
luer unu uiuuugur ox mu uuuvu
; to tho Warren-Ehret Co. closing
its Scranton branch.
Tho funeral of the lato Fletcher
Bunnell, which was held from
( Grace Episcopal church at two
lock Tuesday afternoon, was very
gely attended. Rev. A. L. Whit-
HI LIH1UULLUU L11U DU1 VIUUB. 1 ilU
nesdalo Tribe of Red Men had
r I'M in i r h i iiimnii ili i iiu itm iiii'ii i h.
erment was made in RIvorsIde
letery. Among those from out-
own wuo wuru jiiusuul were;
S. N. Bayley, Philip Robinson,
and Mrs. J. B, Evans, A. J. Ho-
. L. Bruner. W. J. McDonouch. of
bondaloft Charles Robinson, of
anton; Charles Armbustor, of
anton, Thoro wore many present
Changes in tho charter of tho
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v ew iiutjpiiui iur mu unininai
ino are proposed in a bill lntro
ed In the senate by Senator Wal
McNlchols, of "Lackawanna, a
nber of the board of trustees. Tho
io of tho Institution under the
lcnois Diu woum uo eniargeu so
to Include civil as well criml-
insanc. " The need of addltlon
ospitals for civil Insane has been
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mission," tho senator said in ex
iling this bill. "At Farvlew wo
the coal and water supply; It is
ea Farvlew win become one ot
largest institutions In the state."
August Barthlemus, of tho firm
of Hawker & Barthlemus, Is confin
ed to his homo by Illness.
Charles Lozler, of Aldenvllle, will
conduct a public sale at his home
on Saturday, April 5 at 1 o'clock.
Katz Bros, store will close Mon
day evening at 7 o'clock sharp ow
ing to Hose Company No. l's ball.
John Hawker, of River street,
has a hen in his flock of chickens
that laid an egg on Wednesday that
weighed four ounces.
A meeting of tho preferred
stockholders of tho Honesdale Foot
wear company was held on Thursday
afternoon. Tho Insurance adjusters
are still at work.
Our reader's attention is called
to tho last Item in the Dreher cor
respondence regarding Mrs. J. W.
Kerr's prize hen. The hen laid three
eggs in three successive days that
weighed ten ounces.
Attorney M. J. Hanlan has re
turned from Philadelphia where he
went this week. While there he was
admitted to practice in the Supremo
Court or any other court In Pennsyl
vania. Tho Maple City Five will play
the Seelyvllle Five at the Rink to
night (Thursday). Skating will fol
low tho game. Tho G. C. C. Five
will play tho Honesdale team on
Thursday evening, March 27.
Mrs. J. B. Robinson wont to
Scranton on Tuesday, whore, in
Moses Taylor hospital, an operation
was performed upon her shoulder
Thursday morning. Favorable re
ports concerning her condition have
been received from Mr. Robinson.
Rev. Father John O'Toole,
Chaplain of tho 'Honesdale Council
Knights of Columbus, and also rec
tor of St. John's R. C. church, was
In Scranton Tuesday and that even
ing he attended the meeting of the
Scranton Knights at their regular
meeting. He delivered io them an
Another case of smallpox In
Beachlake was reported to County
Medical Inspector L. B. Neilsen the
first of the week. Mrs. Mclntyre now
has the disease although it is a very
light case. There are no other new
developments. Mr. Wood is report
ed doing nicely and the family of
Rev. Seymour will be released from
quarantine sometime next week.
The ordinance granting the
franchise to the Wayne County Rail
way company to operate its road in
the borough, which was passed by
the town council of the borough of
Honesdale several weeks ago, has
not reached tho burgess in time for
any action to bo taken by him either
to approve or disapprove of the fame
before going to press. If tho ordin
ance receives the approval of Bur-j
gess McCarty it will appear in our
next issue in full as required by law.
A petition has been presented
by a number of business men of
Monticello to the Comptroller of the
currency asking him to grant a char
ter for the organization of another
bank at Monticello, to be known as
the 'National Bank of Monticello.
Just who the petitioners are we have
been unable to learn, but it is. un
derstood that the names of A. M.
Scriber and Dr. J. A. Cauthers are
Included in the list. The decision of
tho Comptroller relative to tho pe
tition has not been announced.
Judge R. B. Little is acquiring
fame not only as a jurist, but as a
farmer and breeder of flno cattlo as
well. When the Judge is not on tho
bench or in his office he can general
ly be found on his farm, and his
personal interest and attention is re
sulting in bumper crops and fine
blooded cattlo. He has a herd of 10
thoroughbred Holsteins, and lately
two of the cows wero given a seven
day milk test by a State College man,
which resulted in their winning ad
vanced register records. Not many
cows in the county have been bred up
to that point, and it is a special mark
of quality, as well as quantity, of
milk and breeding. Eugene OtiB is
the competent manager in charge of
tho herd. Montrose Independent
The new form and length cor
sets now on sale at Menner & Co.'s
give the desired new shape and com
fort to wearer. 22eoi4
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. DIttrich
are spending a few days in New York
John Murtha was attending to
business in Carbondalo Tuesday af
ternoon. Ralph Brown, who is a student at
Lafayette college, is spending his
Easter vacation here.
W. A. Dellmore spont Sunday with
relatives and friends in Carbondalo,
returning hero Monday night.
Conductor Charles Lord and fam
ily expect to move into No. 1 Durland
black about tho first of April.
Father Clemens, of Callicoon, is
assisting Dr. J. W. Balta this week.
Ho will remain hero until Monday.
William B. Holmes, president of
tho Wayne County Savings Bank,
was a Port Jervis business caller on
C. W. Akers, who lias been spend
ing the winter at Visalla and othor
points in California, expects to re
turn to Angels about tho first of
Mrs. Garry Springlo and little
daughter, Verna, of Stroudsburg, are
guests of tho former's sister, Miss
Henrietta Walters at 1210 Main
L. Fuerth, who was drawn as a
juror to servo on the United States
district court grand jury, returned
home Tuesday evening, having been
excused from further attendance.
Mrs. F. E. Lawyer expects to move
soon into tho Bishop property on Dy
berry Place. O, M. Spottlgue will
move into the house to be vacated by
Mrs. Lawyer on Thirteenth street.
Mrs. Anna Featherman, of
Stroudsburg, and Mrs. Henry Warner
of Easton, aro registered at Hotel
Wayne. Tho? are aunts of Frederick
and Miss Henrietta Walters of this
Mrs. William Matthows returned
to her home in Brooklyn on Tuesday
after spending a few days with Mrs.
Bortha Hallot and other friends.
Mrs, Frances M. Edgar loft Tues
day for Bloomlngton, Ind., where
she will spend Eastor with her
daughter, Miss Louise Edgar, who is
attending a seminary at that place.
Hon. E. B. Hardenbergh and
daughter, Miss C. Lou Hardenbergh,
loft Thursday morning for New York
City where they will on Saturday bid
farewoll and bon voyago to Mrs. Ray
mond Hardenbergh and children,
who sail from that port to Buenos
Ayres, South America.
Attorney and Mrs. Frank P. Kim
ble, accompanied by their daughter,
Constance, expect to leave on Tues
day next for Atlantic City, where
they havo planned to remain three
weeks. They will stop at tho Aba
marle, on Virginia avenue. It is
hoped that tho trip will relnvigorate
Mr. Kimble's health.
J. J. Moore, who recently return
ed from South America, where he
was interested in the salo of farm
machinery for the New Way Machin
ery company, expects to move his
household goods to Lansing, Michi
gan, the latter part of this week.
Mr. Moore will represent tho John
Deer Plow company in the same lino
of work. They expect to visit in
Bloomsburg for a few days.
Don't fall to see tho now Spring
suits at Menner & Co.'s stores. They
are the artist accepted styles. 22eoi4
Death of White Mills Resident.
Mary Eschenbrenner, wife of Jacob
Haar, of White Mills, died on Tues
day morning from asthma, being af
flicted with this disease during the
past six years. The family, who
resided a few years in Corning, N.
Y., canie to White Mills for the bene
fit of the wife's and mother's health
with the hopes that the high altitude
would relieve or cure her. Every
thing was done that loving and kind
hands could do, but all to no avail,
Mrs. Haar passing peacefully away
early Tuesday morning. She was an
affectionate mother and wife and will
be greatly missed in the family cir
cle. The funeral will bo held from
St. Mary's Magdalen's church on Sat
urday morning at 10 o'clock, Rev.
Father Balta officiating. Interment
will be made In the German Catholic
Death of Call Seellg.
Carl Seellg, for many years one of
Honesdale's respected citizens, died
at his homo on Erio street Monday
night, aged 74 years. He had been
in failing health for about three
years, his ailment being stomach
trouble. Mr. Seellg was born in Ger
many and had been a resident of
Honesdalo for several years. He con
ducted a carting business, and had
many friends who will regret to learn
of his death. Tho following children
survive: Fred, Mrs. William Heine,
Mrs. Susie Thum, all of 'New York
city; George, of Newark; William
and Rose at home, and Mrs. Chris
Holl, Mrs. John Gumper, and Lewis
Seelig, all of Honesdale. The funer
al will be held at 10 o'clock .Friday
morning from tho house on Erie
street, Rev. C. C. Miller, of St. John's
Evangelical Lutheran church, offi
ciating. Interment will bo made in
the German Lutheran cemetery.
Death of Mrs. JCeslcr.
Maria Adams Kesler, widow of tho
late Dr. J. W. Kesler, died of pneu
monia at her home on Main street
Tuesday evening at 9 o'clock, in her
84th year. Mrs. Kesler had been ill
for the past two years, having suf
fered a stroke of paralysis. She was
born in Delaware county, Now York
State, December 21, 1829. Her first
husband was Munson Sherwood. Of
the four children born to them, two
sons, Millard and Frank, both of
Honesdale survive. Her late hus
band, Dr. James Kesler, died in 1899.
The deceased Is survived by nine
grandchildren. Since 1883 Mrs. Kes
ler has been a resident of Honesdale
and during this time sho made a
number of dear friends who will
greatly miss her. Mrs. Kesler was
an attendant of the Honesdale Pres
byterian church and her late pastor,
the Rev. Dr. Swift will officiate at
her funeral which will be held this
Friday morning from her late home
on Main street at 10 o'clock. Inter
ment will take place in Glen Dyberry
cemetery. Mrs. Kesler Is also sur
vived by five sisters and one broth
er, namely, Mrs. Amanda Hopkins, of
Equlnunk; Mrs. Laura Geers, of
French Woods; Mrs. Julia Haines, of
St. Mary's; Mrs. Alma Miller, of
Driftwood, and Warner Adams, of
Seelyvillo, March 20.
Miss Susie Elgler entertained
twenty-two of her friends on Monday
evening. Games were played until
a late hour after which choice re
freshments were served. Tho deco
rations wero green and white. Those
present wore: Mr. and Mrs. Chaun
cey Purdy, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dun
kleberg, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dennis,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stocks, Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Kolmus, Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Purdy, Ben Polley, Mrs.
Lilllo Polley, Mrs. Henry Molter,
Mrs. Mary Benney, Miss Mario Hart
wick, Anna Benny, Florence Benny,
Susie Elgler, and Elmer Ferguson.
Mrs. E. Dunkloherg is very sick;
a trained nurse from Scranton is
caring for her.
Ed. Inch of Carbondalo, spent last
Tuesday at Henry Molter's.
Ed. Isbell will spend his Easter
vacation with his mother and sister
at Sidney, N. Y.
Fred Benney has entered the em
ploy of Smith & Sons.
Mrs. David Evans is on the sick
Mrs. Fred Horst and daughter
have rented rooms in the Miller
house. They expect to move in the
first, of ApriJ.
On Monday next tho great at
traction at the Lyrlo will be "Baby
Mine." It will be worth while to go
and havo a good laugh, as this play
is guaranteed to give you plenty of
When court convened on Satur
day, March 15, 1913, at 10 o'clock
a. m., Judge Searle announced that
Court was in session specially to take
action in the demurrer filed by John
Wasman, in tho matter of tho Amer
ican Fraternal, if tho matter had not
heen settled. Mr. Iloff handed tho
court a letter, which he stated was
from Thomas B. Donaldson, deputy
Insurance commissioner. The lettor
was not read by Mr. Iloff nor its con
tents made known, but Mr. Iloff ask
ed to havo the argument put off un
til May 10, 1913, at 10 o'clock a. m
which was accordingly dono by the
court, In an order as follows:
"Now, to wit, March 15th,
1913, pursuant to an order
made in the nbove entitled
cause, on March 1, 1913, on mo
tion of P. H. Iloff, solicitor for
plaintiffs, tho tlmo for hearing
the argument on the demurrer
filed to plaintiff's bill, In this
cause, by Joseph H. Wasman
and John G. L. Wasman, is fix
ed for Saturday, May 10th,
1913, at 10 o'clock a. m., not
less than 10 days notice to be
given to John G. L. Wasman
(and Joseph H. Wasman, and a
copy of this order to be mailed
addressed to P. E. Kilcullon,
'Esq., People's National Bank,
Scranton, Pa., not less than 10
days before that date.
By the Court."
It will bo remembered that this
case was up for argument on March
1, 1913, at which time Chas. P.
O'Malley and P. E. Kilcullen, at
torney of Scranton were present, and
urged an argument of the matter
that day, but upon motion of Mr.
Iloff it was continued until March
15, 1913. It is unfortunate that
this matter cannot be argued be
fore tho court and disposed of, for
the reason that the purpose for
which it is being continued from time
to tlmo does not appear.
Menner & co. s Waist Depart
ment contains tho new models in
Masquotte, Voil and Lawns. Your
inspection is solicited. 22eoi4
At C. W. Smith's.
Easter is here, so are we, with a
fine line of novelties, including
lamps, chickens, eggs, etc. Inspect
our windows, then come inside.
Hero is n Bank That Can
Show Up tho Proof.
To make a claim is one thing, to
prove the claim is quite another
proposition. For instance, there is
the Wayno County Savings Bank
which has had forty-two years of
such remarkable success that it
claims to be the leading financial
institution of Wayno .County. This
institution presents an array of fig
ures so Impressive and forceful that
the averago reader can scarcely
grasp their Importance. While it
has a capital of $200,000, to that
amount is added the sum of $372,
SC2, which represents the surplus
and .undivided profits of that bank,
which brings tho total capitalization
of the Institution up to considerably
more than half a million dollars, in
round number $572,862, which sum
is the wonderful and ample security
that is thrown about Its army of de
positors. The Wayne County Savings Bank
goes farther in its claims and proof
by pointing to its deposits that
amount to $2,522,724.91 nearly
two and a half millions of dollars,
and of total resources amounting to
Surely these claims and proof aro
worthy of the attention of Wayne
County people who want absolute
security where they deposit their
savings, for if more security could
possibly be desired, it is hard to
conceive where and how it could be
'Beach Lake, March 20.
One day last week Charles Olver
fell from the hay loft and broke his
arm. Dr. Parsells was called.
. 'Mrs. Kate Neal is sick.
' Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles
"Spry on Monday; March 17, an eight
Mrs. Alex Crosby and Miss Sadie
Wilson made a " business trip to
i Rexford Downing is ill with ca
tarrh of the bladder.
Henrietta Budd spent Monday
with Ella Ebert.
Bernice Dunn was a caller at Bes
sie 'Decker's on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Richards
made a trip to Honesdale Tuesday.
Wesley Van Wert expects to spend
a few days at Peckville.
Rev. Raymond Smith and family
have moved to Venetia.
Ella Ebert celebrated her seven
teenth birthday on Monday.
Miss Grace Gregory is expected
homo today to spend the Easter va
Lookout, March 20.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph GUlow, of
Equinunk,. were guests at J. R.
Maudsley's on Saturday last.
Miss Turnberger and Miss Silsby
were guests of Mrs. J. G. , Hill and
Evelyn Lane Saturday night and Sun
day. Fred Richmond and wife moved
from J. G. Hill's to J. N. Colo's whore
he will work the coming year.
Fred Edwards and family will
move to Long Eddy, N. Y.
Harry Roberts of Tanners Falls
spent tho first of the week at this
TN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
OF WAYNE COUNTY.
Lena H. Mlngst v. William Mingst.
To WM. MINGST: You aro
hereby required to appear in the
said Court on tho second Monday In
April next, to answer, the com
plaint exhibited to the judge ot said
court by Lena II. Mlngst, your wife,
in tho cause above stated, or in
default thereof a decree ot divorce
as prayed for in said complaint may
bo made against yon in your ab
sence. F. C. KIMBLE, Sheriff.
M, E. Simons, Attorney.
Honosdalo, Fa,, March 20( 1913.
Stccne, March 20.
The Bobolink is around again af
ter a sovero attack of tho grip. Ho
is now busy In his sugar bush, hav
ing 125 trees tapped.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wood re
turned to their home last week af
ter visiting a week with Mr. and Mrs.
John Vnnbuskirk at Wilkes-Barre.
Mrs. Frank Spangenburg returned
to her home at Carbondalo Saturday
after visiting a week with Mr. and
Mrs. Alonzo Wood here.
John Wesley Arnold spent last
week with friends In tho happy land
Mrs. John Jenkins is visiting
friends at Vandling.
Georgo Chapman, who has been
assisting tho writer a few days in his
sugar bush, received a message Sun
day morning that his daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Florence Chapman, died
at tho Emergency hospital Saturday
oven'ng. Her husband died five
years ago, leaving four small chil
dren for the mother to care for.
They range now from G to 12 years
of ago. May the good Lord bless
tho little orphans that are left with
out father or mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Short, of
Wilkes-Barre, spent Sunday with the
former's parents hero.
William Cole and Thomas Cauley
will furnish the farmers In this sec
tion with fertilizer this season as
they expect two or three loads this
Tho Bobolink is the possessor of
a little four-year-old Jersey cow that
is averaging two pounds of butter
dally at the present time.
Tho Perry place here at Steene is
still for sale or rent. Possession giv
en April first.
Enster nt tho
Grand Union Tea Store.
A dark Japanned Sugar box will
bo given to you with your purchase
of any combination of Grand Union
Soap products that calls for four
tickets. Be sure you get one.
Easter styles In Millinery are now
on display at Tho Globe Store, C. M.
Harris, proprietor. Among our large
stock can be found the latest and
most up-to-date Spring hats. We
handle only the latest styles In trim
med and untrimmed hats.
"White Rose" Canned Vegetables, Fruits and
Delicatessen are the Best of their kind.
Large, crisp and of good llnvor.
Pure Bordeaux Olive Oil
For Table or Medical Use. None better thnii our brand.
AVo havo a lnrge variety of tho many kinds you may wnnt.
Our Fragrant Teas and Coffees
Aro appreciated for their flno flavor nntl cup qualities. Old Govern
ment Java and Mocha, our own true mixture is tho same "OLD RELI
ABLE" its sold you 25 years ago.
Niagara Spray Flour
Tho best proof of the Goodness of this Flour Is tho erdict of tho many
peoplo who use it.
$5.50 bbl. $2.75 Vzbbi. $1.40 !Abbl.
"Florida and its Sunshine at Your Door."
Fine, large, juicy Grnpo Fruit, choice siveet oranges (Xevlm and Deer
flcld Brand), best Indian Itlver Fruit, Ripo Strawberries, Celery, Let
tuce, Tomatoes, Cranberries, Etc., Etc.
at Fair Prices.
i Women's Easier Apparel i
Exclusive Styles and
NEW SPRING SUITS and COATS
in the best, smartest newest styles will new lines in
skirts, new lengths in jackets, new trimmings, new ap
plication of them.
All the jaunty new effects of Spring In suits and
Goats from $12 to $25,
Easter Gloves and Corsets, Skirts, Silk
Underskirts, Waists, at reasonable prices.
Enster and Grangers' Headquarters
The Corporative store, Fred G.
Wenlger proprietor, takes pleasure
and pride in announcing that he is
headquarters 'for grangers. Butter,
eggs and produce are taken In ex
change for goods. He carries a full
line of fancy cheese and Sunshine
goods, tho best in tho market. YoUr
Eastor will not bo complete without
a dozen choice oranges, a head of
lettuce, bunch of celery or Bweet po
tatoes. Telephone orders given
The daintiest perfumes at
The Finest Chocolates,
The most Exquisite Toilet
The most delicious Ice
Cream and Soda is