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THE CITIZEN, TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1913.
T5i& only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Stream of Tartar
NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE
Beach Lake, May 5.
John Downing has accepted a posi
tion as plumber at Madelyn, N. Y.,
lor which place ho left on Wednes
day morning. On Tuesday evening
preceding his departure about forty
of his young friends tendered him a
surprise at the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Downing. Tho
evening was spent In music, dancing,
games and merry-making. At a late
hour they returned to their homes
having been delighted with the kind
reception given them. Mr. Downing
will certainly be missed as ho is en
ergetic and very popular among the
young people. We all wish him suc
cess in his now work. Those present
were John Downing, Bernice Dunn,
Wilbur Downing, Mildred Olver, I
Harry Spry, Sadie Wilson, Charles!
Barnes, Edith Seymour, Emmett Ol
ver, Edith "Van Wert, Frank Prey,
Nellie Frey, Ralph Rolinson, Agnes
Downing, Albert Williams, Jennie
Van Wert, Grant Olver, Bessie Deck
er, Fred Frey, Lulu Hiller, Leroy
Hlller, Hazel Lozo, Howard Hiller,
Anna Horst, Grover Branning, Lucy
Downing, Millard Ttice, Frances Frey,
Clarence Olver, Luther Horst, Kelsey
Olver, Meritt Olver, Ambrose Davey,
Russell Avery, McKinley Ives, Ro
maino Crosby, 'Earl Bateman and
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Wood and
daughter, Charlotte, Mrs. C. T. Van
Gorder, Irma Treverton and Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Dunn and daughter Ber
nice were callers in town this week.
Earl Bateman has secured work at
Dyberry and left for that place Sat
Lulu Hlller, Lucy Downing, Frank
and Nellie Frey and Ralph Rolinsoh
attended the box party at Atco Wed
Ella Ebert and Sadie Wilson were
callers at Henrietta Budd's Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Webber of
New York have returned to their cot
tage by the lake for tho summer.
The W. C. T. U. held their meet
ing on Friday at the home of Mrs.
Prower Budd. Dainty refreshments
A business meeting of the Epworth
League was held after L. T. L. on
Friday night and the following offi
cers were elected for ' the ensuing
year: President, Miss Bessie Decker;
first vice president, Miss Jennie Van
Wert; second vice-president, Miss
Lulu Hiller; third vice-president,
Miss Lucy Downing; fourth vice
president, John Lozo; secretary, Mr.
Emmett Olver; treasurer, Miss Edith
Van Wert; organist, Chas. A. Davey;
assistant organists, Misses Sadie Wil
son and Bernice Dunn.
On Thursday Miss Bessie Decker
closed a very successful term of
school. The scholars presented her
with a beautiful jewel case and she
remembered tho scholars with sou
venirs. Those present every day dur
ing tho term were Bernice Dunn and
Edward Ives. Those that missed but
one day were Henrietta Budd, Isabel
Budd and Seamon Robins.
Miss Agnes Downing will spend
some time in Honesdale with rela
tives and friends.
Lola Richards is spending the
Mrs. Downing and daughter Lucy
were callers in town one day last
STALKER AND B RAMAN.
Stalker and Braman, May 5.
A very busy time oat sowing and
The Stalker Aid meets this week
Thursday with Mrs. D. M. Stalker.
All are cordially Invited.
H. Braman arrived last Friday
from Middletown and is visiting his
daughter, Mrs. D. M. Stalker.
Preston Teeple Is having a short
vacation and is homo with his fam
ily. A very large Aid, representing
Bramanltes, was held at tho home of
Mrs. John Price last Thursday.
There were forty-five present and
nearly Ave dollars was raised.
Wo aro glad to see Mrs. George
Lott out again aftor a four weeks Ill
ness. Miss Allie Allen has returned from
New Jersey to her duties at the L.
B. Barnes' store.
Roy Latourette, a former Cold
Spring boy, but late of Forest City,
has moved on tho Gethln's farm be
tween Cold Spring and Tanners
Reno Yale is making some
changes on his house.
'Frank Lestrango Is preparing to
build a houso.
F. J. Scudder lost a valuable cow.
E. E. Yalo had some cattle pois
oned from eating laurel. Ono died
from the effects. ,
Coo Douglas", son of Grant Doug
las, is very sick with whooping
cough and pneumonia, also his sis
ter, Florence, with whooping cough.
Some of our farmers have finish
ed sowing oats. Others have not
The weather Is about as change
able as a school boy's affections.
Emmett Megivqrn Is riding In a
new buggy, the result of, sleepless
nights with his violin. 1 1 .
H. J. Warwick, of Flat Rock, Is
about to build a silo 12 feet'lp! d
ameter and 30 feet in hoight.
D. E. Meglvorn, of Whites Val
ley, has two ewes that have seven
Indian Orchard, May 3.
The Aid mot at the homo of Mrs.
Rebecca Leftwlch April 30 th and
with their guests enjoyed a sociable
as well as profitable afternoon.
Dainty refreshments were served
and each guest received a pretty
souvenir. The ladies are planning
an Interesting day for llttlo folks to
be held in June at the same home.
Melva Wrenn expects soon to visit
her sister, Katherine, In Rochester,
Pa., and an uncle in Kansas City.
On Wednesday last Mary Ham was
given a party in honor of her fourth
birthday. Helen and Emma Wil
liams, Eva and Nancy Dills and
Melva Wrenn were her guests. Re
freshments were served and all en
joyed a pleasant afternoon. Mary
received some very pretty gifts.
Mary Conner spent the past week
visiting relatives and friends in
Wm. Dills, who has been suffer
ing from ivy poisoning, is better.
Mrs. P. L. Braman and Mrs. G. H.
Ham and daughter spent Sunday
with relatives in White Mills. They
found Mrs. E. F. Rice, who is re
covering from a severe illness, im
Gouldsboro, May 5.
At a meeting held in Soloman's
hall Saturday afternoon the follow
ing arrangements were made for tho
observance of Memorial Day: Tho
services will be held in tho M. E.
church which had previously been of
fered by the pastor and trustees. Mu
sic will be furnished by tho Goulds
boro cornet band. The following
committee was appointed to take
charge of tho singing: Miss Dorothy
O'Boyle, Miss Helen Crooks and Mrs.
J. P. Aiken. Tho speakers will be
Rev. G: F. Robinson, Capt. William
Geary and Chester H. Rhodes, of
Stroudsburg, S. E. Callander, of
Scranton. Lincoln's address at Get
tysburg will be read by Raymond
Crooks. Solicitors: Misses Mary
Schlterlie for East Side; Hattle Ma
jor, Clifton, Lehigh Glen and West
End; Frances Newell, Main from de
pot to M. E. church, Second, Third
and Fourth streets; Miss Laura Kess
ler, Sunnysldo; Florence Gussett, Le
high; Mrs. H. A. Morgan Treasurer.
Dinner will be served by the band in
the I. O. O. F. hall.
Mr. and Mrs. William Newell,
Kenneth Newell, Miss Harriot New
ell and George Newell were Scranton
visitors the last of the week.
Dr. G. A. Kerling spent the week
end with his mother and sisters In
Prayer meeting was held at the
home of Thomas Bartelson Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edwards are
visiting relatives and friends at Do
ver, N. J.
Mrs. Sebrlng was a Scranton visi
tor on Friday.
Miss Mildred Sebrlng Is visiting
relatives at Dickson City.
The Gouldsboro cornet band will
serve dinner and supper In the I. O.
O. F. hall on Memorial day. They
should receive the patronage of all
as the community at large has the
benefit of having a good band here.
The boys recently purchased now
suits and gave an out-door concert
which was enjoyed.
Some of the farmers of this vicin
ity have their oats sowed but few po
tatoes have been planted.
Nolna Swingle, who underwent an
operation for appendicitis at Brook
lyn, N. Y., haB returned homo in a
John Walen, of Carbondale, spent
last week with Chas. Hetzel.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gllllspee and
daughter of Scranton, spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Loren Fielding.
Mr. and Mrs. William Fielding
and children of Carbondalo spent
Sunday at this place with relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lawrenson has
tho work well under headway for
their new house,
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hunter and
children of Carbondale spent Sunday
with the latter's mother, Mrs. Aman
Ziba Swingle is spending the
week's end at Ilonesdalo.
Kathryn Fielding is at Scranton
taking treatments for her limbs.
Tho measles are making our little
town a visit
Frank Bone made a business trip
to Scranton ono day last week.
Mrs. Wm. Bronson Is reported to
be on the sick list,
Mrs. Walter Moules, of Seelyvllle,
spent Sunday with her parents, Mr
and Mrs. Joseph Machell.
Mrs. Harry 04kley and daughters,
Harriet and Rebah. of Dickson Cltv.
spent Friday and Saturday with her
motner, Mrs, Joiin Bentham
.Mrs. Richard Bono closed a very
successful term of select school at
the Lerch school Tuesday. April 22
Thomas and Frances Spangenberg
of Waymart, spent Sunday with
menus of this place.
A number from this nlaco attend'
ed the 75th anniversary of the I. O.
u. i lodge of carbondalo and report
un a line 11 mo.
At Newfoundland, Juno 4 and 5,
At Lakewood, June 11 and 12.
PUTS CRIME ON HER
Man, Facing Gallows, Says
Woman Killed Husband.
HE MAY OBTAIN A REPRIEVE.
Doomed Man Declares Woman Boasted
of Other Murders Urged Him to
Slay Her Husband So They
Could Leave Country To
gether, He Says.
Huntingdon, Pa., May C Charges
mode in a statement Issued by Frank
M. Calhoun, who Is under sentence to
be hanged hero Thursday for the mur
der of Benjamin H. Galloup, that Sadie
Galloup shot her husband caused tho
arrest of the murdered man's widow on
nominal charges of Infidelity.
An effort to obtain a reprieve for Cal
houn pending an investigation of the
assertions made in his "confession" Is
now under consideration.
Calhoun alleges that Mrs. Galloup
urged him to put her husband out ol
tho way so they could leave the coun
try together. Calhoun declares that he
refused, but that she persuaded him to
get tho gun and hide tho weapon nftei
Calhoun says ho procured a shotgun
for her, then went to tho stables.
About 10 o'clock ho saw Mrs. Galloup
come out, grab tho gun off tho porch
and fire. Then he heard screams, and
he slipped down to the houso and bid
Tho prisoner snys the woman boasted
that if she got rid of her husband it
would not bo her first victim and that
she had had his life Insured. He said
ho had stood by Mrs. Galloup and de
fended her character, but she had gone
back on him, and therefore he now told
SLEPT IN SOFT CEMENT.
Arm and Leg Imprisoned as Neighbor's
New Sfeps Hardened.
Rochester, Pa., May 0. Tony Rodow.
ski may never havo his memory perpe
trated in enduring bronze, but he has a
very vivid Idea of how It feels to be In
cased In slowly hardening cement.
Tony after a convivial ovenlng start
ed for home. He became fatigued fre
quently and on his Dual stop seated
simself on a neighbor's newly made
Tho bed was soft, and Tony stretch
ed out for a nap. During his slumbers
an arm and a leg became Imprisoned
is tho cement hardened.
Neighbors, aroused by Tony's crie'l,
:ame to his assistance. By tho use of
picks and chisels he was at length re
The new steps were ruined, and the
owner threatens to bring suit unless
Tony bears tho expense of repairing
PAINTING season ishere. The house probably
needs re-painting, both for protection against
the weather and for the sake of its appearance.
There is nothing that will show better returns for
the time and money spent at housecleaning time
than paint and varnish used inside the house.
Come in and tell us what you wish to paint or
varnish and we will show you a Brighten Up
Finish that will do it, and do it properly.
are a line of paints and varnish which do exactly what they
are intended to do, giving a right, treatment to each surface.
It is impossible to obtain one paint or varnish that is suitable
for a wide variety of uses, so it is very important to obtain
a product that is exactly suitable for the purpose you have
0. M. Spettigu
Red Stone Front
American Writer, Living In Eng
land, Has Seventieth Birthday.
Henry James, well known as a writer,
received scores of congratulatory tele-'
grams from nil parts of the world on the
occasion of his seventieth birthday.
REPORT SCUTARI EVACUATED.
Bald King Nicholas' War Council Fa
vors Withdrawal of Troops.
London, May 5. At the rrown coun
cil held at Cettlnjo King Nicholas and
his generals decided to yield to the
wishes of tho powers to evacuute Scu
tari. Tho Montenegrin parliament Iras
been summoned for Thursday, when
the matter will he placed before It.
Statements to this effect were re
ceived In London and Vienna. If they
really represent the purposes of King
Nicholas tho situation In regard to
Scutari hns assumed a much more fa
Tho Austrian foreign offlco had re
ceived no corroboration of the reports
thnt moro pacific tendencies were prev
alent at Cettlnjo, nnd there waB evi
dently a very strong disposition In offl
clal qunrtcrs to distrust King Nicholas
and his policy.
A special dispatch to tho Daly Tele
graph from Cettlnje says that, accord
ing to reports from Scutari, Essad
Pasha had an encounter with DJavld
Pasha In tho neighborhood of Durazzo,
defeating him after a buttle lasting
Other reports, however, say that
DJavld Pasha was victorious.
Wiesbaden. Mny 5. While attending
the opera Emperor William received a
dispatch that Scutari had been evacu
ated by the Montenogrins.
Cettlnje, May !. A royal decree sum
mons a special meeting of the sknp
itlna on May 8 to deal with tho difficult
King Nicholas summoned all his gen
erals to a council of war. Tho major
ity decided In favor of the evacuation
of Scutari. Therefore the prospect of
a peaceful solution Is brighter.
(Q iiiiiil o
Everything for tho Farm.
Arlington, May 5.
The farmers In this section are
busy plowing and getting ready to
Christ and Wm. Ellwangor wero
to New York city to attend the fun
eral of their niece, Kate Miller,
formerly Kate Schultz.
The Arlington Ladies' Aid met at
the homo of Mrs. Frank Walker,
Tuesday last. Tho proceeds were
$1.20. The Arlington Ladies' Aid
are going to hold a banquet at the
home of Mrs. William Altemoler,
this Tuesday evening, May 6th.
A few friends gathered at the
home of Mrs. Wm. Relnfurt last
Wednesday in honor of her birth
day. J. L. Noble made a business trip
to Honesdale last week.
Our Sunday school is doing splen
did work. Officers as follows: Su
perintendent, Lester Carton; assist
ant, Wm. Relnfurt; secretary, Carl
Pennell; treasurer, Charles Simons;
organist, Cora A. Rid well; assistant,
Mrs. Wm. Relnfurt. Teachers, Bible
class, A. L. Finley; boys' Intermedi
ate, William Relnfurt; girls' inter
mediate, Mrs. J. L. 'Noble; primary,
Cora Pennell. Time of Sunday
school 1:30. Please all como out to
help in this good work.
COMMON SCHOOL EXAMINATION.
The following pupils passed the
common school examination held
Buckingham Vera Menhennett,
Beatrice Roark, Florence Clune,
Mary Kane, Hazel Gransbury, Hattle
Berlin Bernice F. Dunn, Cora A.
Wood, Ethel M. GeVort, Anna
Horst, Russell L. Avery, Mary Wil
liams, Gelbert L. Olver, Arthur E.
Trlvelpiece, W. McKinley Ives.
Canaan Russell Fleming, May
bert Tuthill, Minnie Gilpin. 3
Cherry Ridge Anna Mongovan,
Jennie A. Bodle, Mabel Racht, Edna
L. Samson. 1
Clinton J. Irving Bennett, Har
riet Curtis, Margaret Kennedy, Mar
ion Hopkins, John Wurdslnger. 2
Damascus Laura Lilholt, Helen
Vail, Carl Swendsen, Grace Appley,
Bessie Rolston, Florence Price,
Grace H. Reynolds, James Noble,
Ellis Noble, William Sheard, Clar
ence Dennis, Ruth A. Ostrander,
Edna L. Boyd, Lydla A. Sheard, Al
bert Holgate, Beatrice Ross, Doro
thy B. Tyler, Pauline Reynard, Ezell
White, Florence Rutledge, Sara
Boughton, Olga Monington, Evelyn
Hill, Dorothy E. Tyler, Hattie
Marks, Orsamus White.
Dreher Edna Osborn, Margaret
Haser, Frances Lamm, Leah Bartle
son, Friend Osborn, Floyd Simons.
(Greene Twp., Pike county)
Myrtle Felton,' Cecil Smith, Robert
Lee, Charles Fowler.
Dyberry Julia Reynolds, Bessie
Henshaw, Marion Conbar, Delia Col
lins, Frances Smith.
Lake Ruth MacFarland.
Lebanon Ava Knapp, Floyd
Douglas, Bessie Knorr, Willie La
Tourotte, Lucille Hopkins. O
Manchester Esther Herllkofer.
Mt. Pleasant Jennie Glover,
Olive E. Allen, Maude Allen, Eme
Hno Thomas, Carl Giles.
Palmyra Henry Richardson.
Paupack Edward Keary.
Preston Hildred E. Hine, How
ard Doyle, Oscar Bennett, Ralph
Lakln, Edward McLean, William
Dunply, Bernlco Vincent, Winifred
Salem Florence Kellam, Maud
Brown, Norrelle Elliott, Harold
Heneforth, Margaret Jones. 4
Scott Omoo Slocum, Agnes
Bowie, Harry Ledyard, Leland Par
sons, Ross Clearwater, Charlotte
Early, Frances Early.
South Canaan Georgo Nolan,
Mabello Shaffer, L. Helen Megargel,
Helen M. Curtis, Arema M. Shaffer,
Leah Robinson, Ethel M. Swingle,
Walter L. Gloason, Carl B. Cobb,
Clinton E. Box.
Sterling James Musgrave. Reu
ben Stevens, Clyde Cross, Ella But
ler, Alfred McLaln.
Starrucca Esther Glover, Flor
ence Larrabee, Lila Mead. 5
Note: 1 Conditioned In Arithme
tic; 2 conditioned in Spelling; 3
conditioned in Arithmetic; 4 con
ditioned in Arithmetic; 5 conditioned
in Arithmetic; fl conditioned in His
tory. Tho diplomas will be sent to tho
examiners May 15 from whom they
can be obtained.
J. J. KOEHLER,
Co. Supt. of Schools.
IIOW MANY LOAVES OP
BREAD WOULD IT BUY?
The revenue of the United States
during tho last fiscal year from dis
tilled spirits was $149,933,70G, of
which $140,716,203 was derived
from whiskey alone. This total was
exclusive of special taxes, etc.,
which amounted tp about $7,000,000
more. The revenue fr.om fermented
liquors ales and beers was over
Suffering Men & Women. nit u iruiu, u.
"'"' TREATMENT IiUi .l j Cm r.
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,m JiJl AI.ONE Cure. .ILr Olkin r.ll, Nenrom.
JtliB UMrt. Ittuct, Ui.r, hlfi. SUa, BUli.r i
Ukv .11 Ckr.i LUttri.i UIB..U, D.MIItr, Hb
k.w, CUrr, Tkr..t, Im, Of a Cuwi, Blld Cp U.
Br... P.wa, B..Ur. Yltr, Tin. Ht.ltlu BihhUiI
rrutlM. Send for Hook. . K.T.l.Uoo t U. (Hek.
Kipa.M AdTtrUilnit QsMka it Mcdloluo Hhrk
- White Lead
Not, strictly pure, Just enough
zinc added fo make It real white
and prevent pooling.
We havo sold this lead for the
past twenty years and every cus
Price 97.00 per 100 pounds.
Why pay more?
West Preston, May 5.
Prudence Lee assisted Mrs. E. L?
Vincent with house cleaning this
Samuel Hubbard, who has been
in poor health for some time, Is not
so well at this writing.
Leonard Baldwin, of Ararat, was
a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Will
Chas. Parslo, of the north side, is
assisting A. O. Holford with farm
Ronald Walker, of Ararat Summit,
spent a few days of last week with
his aunt, Mrs. Willis Ogden.
Layton Wall purchased a new
grain drill Monday.
Artie Wall, who has been spend
ing a few days with friends here,
returned to Scranton Monday.
COLD IN HEAD
GOES OVER NIGHT
Don't try to break up that bad
cold with dangerous stomach disturb
ing drugs. Get directly to the In
flamed membrane by breathing
Booth's HYOMEI (pronounce it
High-o-mo). Get a bottle for 50
cents at Pell's, the druggist, and try
the safe treatment that thousands
Into a bowl of boiling water pour
a scant teaspoonful of HYOMEI,
cover head and gowl with a towel,
and breathe deep into the lungs the
healing vapor that arises.
Breathe this vapor for five or ten
minutes until the head feels fine and
clear, then go to bed and sleen
soundly until morning. No cocaine
or opium or harmful druEs In
Booth's HYOMEI. It Is made of
Australian Eucalyntus and other an
tiseptics. It is guaranteed to end
Colds and Catarrh or money back.
Just breathe It no stomach dosing.
Paupack, May 5.
Mrs. Konoblo arrived nt. .T. Zim
merman's on Tuesday. She expects
to spend the summer there.
Miss Anna Stelnman Is making an
extended visit at Paterson, N. J., and
'New York City.
A fire swept tho ridge between
Tafton and Gumbles on Thursday!
night. Men were called to fight the!
nre. vvnat damage was caused Is
not vet known.
Arthur Gumble started for thel
west (Wisconsin) Thursday. Thie
makes nine bovs nnrl mm Hrl fmm
here, namelv: .Tnnenh Anslnv. TJnvnTl
Gus, Edwin and Arthur Gumble
urnesi uumnie, Harry singer, Lloyci
and Gerald Gumble and Lily Gurni
Miss E. B. Klllam made a business!
trip to Hawley Thursday. I
We are glad that our minister!
itev. Treat, is witn us for anothei
Arthur Gumble, Louise Vetterl
lein ana Myrtle Fowler, wero pleasl
antiy entertained at Chas. SInger'i
at Tafton. nn Rnnilnv Inn
. John BIdd, of Hawley, has beeJ
papering J. Zimmerman's house. 1
F. Gilpin, wife and family, ol
nawiey, spent sunaay at C. E. Wl
Mr. Breyer of Shiny Mount, is er
tertainine summer bnardnrn.
Nancv Simons, nf Hnwlnv la vlalJ
ing with her cousins, Helen anj
Josephine Killam. I
Those who successfully passed thl
uAuiiumuions xor common scliool dl
plomas were: Gertrude Fowler, Ednl
Singer, Louise Singer and Carolinl
ECZEMA? TRY ZEMi
Hns Cured Worst Cases and You
rrovo it for Only 25 Cento.
Yes, try Zomo. That's all yc
need do to get rid of the woiJ
case of eczema. You take no chanc
it is no experiment. Zomo is posj
tively guaranteed to etop itchlnl
rasn, raw, bleeding eczema, make!
pimpled face smooth and deal
Zomo is a wonder and the mlnul
applied it sinks in, vanishes, loavl
no evidence, doesn't stick, no greaa
Just a pure, clean, wonderful liqul
and it cures. This is KuaranteJ
Zemo is put up by the E. W. Rol
Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo., ad
sold by all druggists at $1 for tj
largo bottle and at 25 cents for tl
liberal size trial bottle. Try ono 2
cone Dottie ana do convinced. So
in Honesdale by A. M. Lelno.
,3raln and Cotton flarkets
fiittitA wltii at Grain knA Catthn"
Vng ftpproxlnttlj' fluted ta tfct bull el
rmo?9 croyte&insr conamona iaitii
firoott tor itUatltur futur Ttla. 7oi j
creation Mi&r&lnf tbU Mtrlo tdlmi I
iwai&A' luiuik cyjvuwi mow9!1w
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