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THB CITIZEN, TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 1913.
A I.BERT JOriNSON, Republican member of congress from tho state of
L Wiiahlngtoti, greatly resembles Victor Murdock, the Progressive leader
of tho house, and Is frequently mistaken for him. Ab Johnson Is one
of tho most noted practical Jokers In tho house, tho resemblance be
tween tho two Is frequently embarrassing to the Progressive leader, for when
ever ho Is mistaken for Murdock tho Washington representative docs not fall
to givo voice to sentiments which would bo rank heresy
coming from the Hps of his double.
Dr. Joseph A. Holmes, director of the burenn of
mines, has proved himself to bo an effective bureaucratic
alarm clock, for ho has awakened the rccumlwut door
keepers of tho bureau and put them to work. They are
now addressing envelopes and doing other simple clerical
Jobs in addition to their Job of doorkeepiug, and the cor
ridor in the bureau of mines now echoes to tho click of
typewriters where onco reverberated the drone of snores.
Miss Esther Cleveland, a debutante of tho present season, has the distinc
tion of being the only child ever born to a president in tho Whlto House. She
was born July 18, 1895, near tho closo of her father's sec
ond term. At her debut sho was noted for her tall,
graceful figure and wlnsomo personality. Sho will be eight
een' years old this summer.
Sir Arthur Cecil Sprlng-Rlco, who succeeded Ambassa
dor James Bryco ns Great Britain's representative here,
When charge d'affaires at Teheran was onco held up by
brigands. Tho timely arrival of a body of Persian troops,
h&wovcr, snved tho present ambassador's feelings and
pocketbook and nlso prevented International complications, estheh Cleveland.
Washington buds have their eye on Attorney General James C. Mc
Rcynolds, "trust buster" extraordinary of tho Taft administration and cabinet
officer of tho present one. Mr. McRoynolds is tho only unmarried member of
tho Wilson cabinet, and in consequence every Washington matron who has an
eligible dnughtcr has her eye on him. Besides being a bachelor, ho is regarded
as a comer.
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Boaz W. Long of Las Vegas, N. M., tho new chief of tho Latin-American
division of tho state department, is an advertising agent of unusual ability. It
Is said that ho has done moro to lnculcato ad. wisdom into tho Mexican mer
chant and manufacturer than almost any other man in tlw country.
Today's Short Story?
Her Love Tested
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fERBERT GLENN and Laura
Cathenvood were guests at a
houso party one evening. At din
ner tho subject of conversation turned
upon how far a woman should stand
by a husband or lover who had com
mitted a criminal offense. Miss Cath
erwood declared that a wife in such an
event, if the crime were not too fla
grant, was In duty bound to give her
husband tho benefit of her support and
encouragement, but not a fiance. For
herself, she would break an engage
ment with any man who proved him
self unworthy. Several of tho guests
looked at Glenn Inquiringly. Noticing
their glances, ho remarked, "If tho
girl I loved sinned I would stand by
her, not bocauso It was my duty, but
because I loved her."
One day a week later tho host called
his guests into tho drawing room, shut
the doors and said to them:
"Ono of us, a lady, this morning left
a valuable brooch on her dresser when
sho came down to breakfast, but,
thinking It unwlso to leave an article
of such valuo so exposed, went lmmo
dlately back for it. She had not boon
gono from her room Dvo minutes, but
tho brooch was gone.. One of us is a
Every ono stood mute for a moment
Then ono of tho men said:
"I, for one, cannot rest even as ono
of a number thus suspected, I demand
that while wo are hero you lmvo our
rooms searched and then search every
ono of us."
Every guest Joined In tho demand,
but It was proposed that tho guests bo
first searched. .
Laura Cathenvood had been exam
lned and was standing apart from the
throng when Herbert Glenn approach
cd her and, giving her an appealing
look, handed her something wrapped in
a bit of paper.
Had tho roof dropped upon her sho
could not bavo bocn moro startled or
crushed. Glenn was tho last man
searched, after which 'tho. d.ojy-s wero
thrown open and the guests scattered
Glenn and Miss Catbcrwood alono re
malnlng In tho drawing room.
"now could you have dono such a
thing?" wero hor first words.
I wanted It for you. When It was
too late I saw what I had dono. I re
lease you from your engagement"
Miss Cathcrwood without a -word left
blm. For two days he pleaded his
cause with hor, though ho asked only
for forgiveness, not a contlnuauco of
their engagement On the third day
sho forgavo him, at tho samo time
breaking tho engagement, and on tho
fifth consented to take blm back on
That evening while tho party wero
at dinner a small gold covered dish
was brought In and placed on tho tablo.
"What's in ttr asked tho host
Thero wero plenty of guesses, but
"Perhaps you may remember," said
tho host "a discussion at tills tablo
during which I averred that a woman
would stand by a man sho loved in
caso ho prove unworthy and because
sho loved him. It was determined bo-
tweon Herbert Glenn nnd myself to
arrango n test case, Herbert being do-
slrous to seo If his fiancee would net as
sho had said she would If ho appeared
as a criminal. I stolo tho brooch and
turned It over to Herbert who passed
It to Laura Cathcrwood, confessing tho
theft to her. It has taken her Qve
days to forglvo tho supposed criminal
and give him a chance to redeem himself."
For n moment two emotions strug
gled with each other In Miss Cather-
wood's breast anger at having been
duped and joy that her lover wns, aft
er all, innocent Presently a smile
broke over her face, though thero was
moisture in her eyes. Impulsively sho
reached ber hand across tho tablo to
AT A GLANCE.
France Is tho greatest wlno produc
ing country in tho world.
Tho biggest bears In tho world aro
to bo found on Kadlak island, in the
gulf of AlaBka, somo of them weighing
as much as 8,000 pounds.
The United States weather bureau Is
Investigating the causes that created
the unusual atmospherical turbidity
that existed during the last half of
I SEASONABLE DINNER MENu
' A h A A fctfc
X A A A A A A A A?
Veal Steak. Potato Patties.
Stuffed Tomato Salad.
Rhubarb Pie. OemltaSHe.
Grapefruit Macedolne. Take tho pulp
out of tho grapefruit very carefully In
small pieces and mix it with some pre
served ginger cut in flno pieces, All tho
sherbet glasses or fruit shells, add a
llttlo rum or sherry and garnish with
cubes of mint Jelly.
Veal Steak. A new way to prepare
veal steak Is to place It in a pan with
a lump of butter, sprinkle with flour,
salt and pepper and bake in n hot oven
for half an hour.
Potato Patties. Two cupfuls of
mashed potatoes and one-half cupful
of sugar, Ave tablcspoonfuls of melted
butter, three well beaten eggs, one cup
ful of sweet milk, flvo tcaspoonfuls of
baking powder, flvo and one-half cup
fuls of flour, teaspoonful of nutmeg.
Mold Into oblong shapes and fry n
golden brawn in boiling lard.
Rhubarb Pic Two cupfuls of rhu
barb chopped flno, one cupful of sugar,
ono tablespoonful of flour, yolks of
two eggs. Stir all together and bake
with ono crust Lot tho pie cool and
make a frosting with tho whites of
eggs, two tablcspoonfuls of sugar. Put
this frosting on tho plo and place tt In
tho oven to brown.
A French beauty specialist gives the
following directions for washing the
face, so that a healthy nnd attractive
complexion may result: At night on re
tiring wash your faco thoroughly In
hot water nnd sulphur soap; then use
cold and hot wnter alternately, remov
ing all the soap, and finish with a dash
of cold wnter. Should the water bo
hard a few drops of benzoin may b
added. Should there by any black
heads on tho faco pross them out gen
tly with a comedon extractor, which
you can purchase from any dealer in
surgical Instruments, and apply spar
ingly a small amount of equal parts of
zinc oxide nnd sulphur ointment
In the morning remove the ointment
and to cleanse the face, gently mop it
with a piece of clean absorbent cotton
dipped In oil of sweet almonds. Wipe
the face again carefully with another
piece of cotton, of. which you should
always have an abundant supply.
When tho face Is perfectly dry you
cun apply a little good powder, wiping
it off with a soft chamois skin, and the
toilet of your face Is over for tho dny.
An Old Favorite
S "X 'i t I i t J JH5 1? t A? 4 J J tt f J 1
Mother o' Mine I
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If I were drowned in the deepest sea
I know whoso tears would come down to
Mother o' mine.
If 1 were hanged on the highest hill
I know whose love would follow me still.
Mother o mine.
If I were damned of body and soul
I know whose prayers would make mo
Mother o' mine.
; FIRST AID TO THE COOK.:
A bandy kitchen memorandum is
made as follows: Take a circle of white
or tinted cardboard about ton inches In
diameter, punch a small hole In the
center nnd another at one side. Through
the latter thread a ribbon for a loop to
hang by. This Is the top. Around the
edge of tho circle, starting close to the
top, writo the names of supplies need
ed constantly in the house from A to Z.
Opposite each word cut a small notch
or slit. Take a dozen or moro pieces
of bright colored cord, each about eight
or ten inches long, pass through the
hole In the center and secure with a
knot of cords. When In need of any
thing take one cord and fasten it over
the slit on the odge. It will pass di
rectly under the name of tho article,
nnd your memorandum will be ready
for next morntner's order with no more
The Home Beautiful
Houses of slmplo and severe architecture can be relieved of plainness by
the Judicious uso of climbing vines. With care In training beautiful effects
may bo achieved such ns here pictured. Here wistaria festooned across tho
entlro veranda adds charm to nn nttractlvo colonial dwelling. Wistaria
grows In nlmost any soil and Is propagated by seeds and cuttings. It produces
. ATTORNEY A COUNSELOU-AT-LAW
Office in the Court House, Honesdale
SEARLE & SALMON,
ATTORNEYS A CODNSELOR8-AT-LAW
Offices latelv occupied by Judge Searle
CHESTER A. GARRATT,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR-AT-LAW ,
Offlce-DIrhmlck Building, Honesdale, Pa.
WM. H. LEE,
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
Office. Foster Building. All legal business
promptly attended to. Honesdale, Pa.
MTJAIFORD & MUMFORD,
ATTORNEYS & COUNBELORS-AT-LAW.
Office Liberty Ilnll building. Honesdale
WISTARIA COVERED VERANDA.
long clusters of showy blue flowers In the spring and sometimes blossoms
again in the fall. P.Iain, barren buildings and fences can also bo greatly im
proved by planting shrubbery against them, bordered' with perennials or other
plantings, and In this way partially break up the straight lines that will re
main with tho planting of tho best of vines. Shrubbery is an essential part
of good planting schemes for any yard and often will make good substitutes
for vines that is, where It is desired only to bide tho baso linos up to a
height of six feet or bo.
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW
Office: Relf Building, Honesdalo.
CHARLES A. McOARTY,
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR- AT-LAW
Special and prompt attention given toth
collection of claims.
Office: Relf Building, Honesdale.
WT nyno Common Plens: Trial III
TV Juno Term, 1913.
McDonnell vs. McDonnell.
Clark vs. Thompson.
Van Osdalo vs. Blnlno et al.
Kordman vs. Denlo et al.
Town vs. Cortrlght & Son.
Wilcox vs. Mumford.
Carey vs. Township of Buckingham
Honesdale Milling Company vs. KuH
Gerety vs. Columbian Protective Al
Congdon vs. Columbian ProtectW
Cromwell vs. Weed.
Bregsteln Bros vs. Rldgeway.
De Groat vs. Brutsche.
North Tonawanda Musical Instrl
ment Works vs. Herbeck-DemI
Derrick vs. Cortrlght & Son.
Hunkelo vs. Brown.
Miner vs. Miner.
Shannon vs. Havens et al.
W. J. BARNES, Clerk.
PB. PETERSON, M. D. I
., 1126MAIN STREET, HONESDALE, PA.
Eye and Ear a specialty. The fitting of glass
es given careful attention...
F. G. KICKARD Prop
Especial Attention Given t
STONE BARK CHURCH STREET.
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE
Farmers and Me
OF HONESDALE. WAYNE COUNTY. PA
at the close of business, may 1. 1913.
OVER OB YEARS
' Trade Marks
Anyono sending nukelrh nnddoscrlpUonml
qulcklr ascertain our oimlon frea whether A
litventlnn I. Tirnhuhl 9 tmt (.111 nhln. fVmimttnlrJ
Hons strictly conndontUI. HANDBOOK onl'atcul
sent free. Oldest agency for securfas jmtents.1
l'utenta taken ttirouan Munn A Co. rocell
iprcla! notice, without chnwo. In tho I
A handsomely illiutmted weekly. I.areost e
dilution or any BClenuuc journal. Terms,
yonrt four months, L Sold by all newsdealel
Branch Office. 625 F St. WasblDgton, I). c.l
JOSEPH N. WELI
Reserve fund 9
casn, specio anu notes, jio.iuo w
Due from approved re- .
Nickels, cents and fractional
Checks nnd other cash items
Due from banks and trust com-
1111163 not reserve..:
Ills discounted : Upon one name
Time loans with collateral.
Loans on call with collateral
Loans on call upon one name
Loans on call upon two or more
Loans secured by bonds and mort-
Bonds. Stocks, etc.. Schedule D....
Mortgages and Judgments of record
Other Heal Estate
Furniture and fixtures
78, 005 00
$ 451.001 40
....$ 75,000 00
Capital Stock paid In
UJJU1VIUCU i ,uiuo, .-u . n
and taxes paid..................-." Wi5 80
Individual deposits. Time !,2-6,728 31
Cashier's checks outstand'g 10.92-316,923 55
State ol Fennsvlvahla, County of Waynoss.
t r k Pnolitni. aF thn flhnvnnflni.d
company do solemnly swear that the above
statement is true to the best of my knowledge
undbenei, . ..t,.
Riihscrlbed and sworn to before me this
Gil, rintr nf Mnv 11113.
jUy COlUUllasiuil uiiirca uuu. lifiti
Res A. S. EDQLTT. N.P.
M. R. Simons. l
J. S. ltRowN, f-DIrectors.
APPRAISEMENTS Notice Is giv
en that appraisement of $300
to the widows of tho following nam
ed decedents havo been filed in the
Orphans' Court of Wayno county, and
will be presented for approval on
Monday, Juno lb. laid viz:
Chris. Lowe, Honesdalo: Personal.
F. W. Bunnell, Texas: Personal.
John Griswold, Clinton: Personal.
Loren Enslln, Lake: Personal.
Geo. Blllard, Cherry Itldge: Per
Charles McVey, Preston: Real and
David McLaughlin: Real and Per
Appraisement of real estate of
Mary Farrell. widow or Mauuow
Parrell, Honesdalo, under Act of As
sembly or April 1, luoa.
W. J. BARNES, Clerk.
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Office: Second floor Masonic Bl
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