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THE CITIZEN, TUESDAY, JULY 15, 1913.
Foster's Weather Bulletin
CoHrlghfed 1913 By W. T. FOSTER
WASHINGTON, D. C, July 12.
Last bulletin gave forecasts of dis
turbances to cross continent July
15 to 19 to 23; warm wave 14 to
IS and 18 to 22; cool waves 17 to
21 and 21 to 25. Remarkable for
sudden and great changes In tem
peratures. These will bo of greater
than usual force and the last one
will bo severe on the north Atlantic
and will Inaugurate the great storm
period due for last half of July. Our
storm and danger signals for all
parts of the continent are displayed
for July 19 to 31.
Next disturbance will reach Pa
cific coast about July 23, cross Pa
cific slope by Close of 24, great cen
tral valleys 25 to 27, eastern sec
tions 28. Warm wave will cross
Pacific slope about July 23, great
central valleys 25, eastern sections
27. Cool wavo will cross Pacific
slope about July 20, great central
valleys 28, eastern sections 30.
1 A nurricanb will probably or
ganize east of the Windward Islands
on July 21 and by 25th. will prob
ably be in the Caribean; by 28th It
will be In the Gulf of Mexico. Theso
"Jfc 7HEN a man wants to pay $io,
$12, 1, $18 and $20 for his
Summer Suit, he finds
a maximum of the
things worth while in
You'll find (hat our suits nt these
popular prices are tailored with the
same extreme euro as high priced
models and that tho patterns are
very carefully selected, and to n
great extent exclusive.
Shepherd plaids, English
Checks, Pin Checks, Club
Checks, Chalk and other
Novelty Stripes. Plain
and Fancy Blue-Serges.
Every popular model in
English, Semi - English,
Conservative and Norfolk
"You're sure to find what you're
looking for In our Immense display
of Summer goods.
Breg stein Bros
Main St. Honesdale, Pa.
tropical storms usually move north
eastward off our' Atlantic coasts,
About first of September we will
inaugurate an Improvement in our
forecasts, giving them moro In de
tail and localizing them. Our terri
tory Is so large that we have been
compelled to put our forecasts some
what of a general character. We are
now able to announce great Improve
ments for tho coming fall and win
ter. Wo aro of opinion that, in largo
parts of the winter wheat sections,
the July rains will put tho soil in
good condition for sowing winter
wheat. Probabilities are that Sep
tember will be a very warm month,
October warmer than usual, Novem
ber colder than usual and December
warmer than usual. A cold, stormy
November is bad for winter wheat
and It Is advisable to sow early in
tho northern states In order that the
fall growth may furnish a protection
to tho roots from winds, freezing
and thawing In November.
Winter wheat that gets through
next November without serious dam
age will probably be In good condi
tion next spring. A heavy fall
growth of the wheat in September
and October which It will get If you
sow early will be a great protec
tion in November. This will apply
to northwest Texas, Oklahoma, Ten
nessee, Kentucky, Virginia and
western Maryland but not to other
Our general calculations for 1914
crop weather will bo completed by
the first of October. Our progress
is slow but sure and our forecasts
are surely improving all tho time.
MEAT MUST MEET
PURE FOOD TESTS
No Products Are Now Exempt
From Federal Control,
ORDER IS FARREACHING.
LEGAL RIGHT OP NEWSPAPERS.
A newspaper has a legal right to
expose a business firm's methods of
doing business, provided tho motives
of its publishers "are open to the be
lief that they aro in good faith ex
posing those who are overreaching
tho simple and abusing tho confi
dence of the credulous."
This was tho sunstance of an opin
ion handed down Monday by Judge
Hand in Federal Court, denying a
motion made by tho E. A. Strout
Farm Agency for an injunction re
straining the Rural Publishing Com
pany from publishing threats to ex
pose tno plaintiff s business me
thods and from writing letters to
the linn's customers.
"While editors aro not exempt
from the common motives of other
men," wrote Judge Hand, "they may.
and in this case they do, entertain
a general desiro to help their read
ers and expose such as may practice
upon their credulity. That is a
very admirable purpose in a newsna-
per. The refusing of the plaintiff's
advertising long before this
controversy became acute is a corro
boration of that motive.
"Where there is an honest dis
pute, no court has ever stopped the
mouth of one man because it found
that ho had the wrong side of the
argument. The utterer takes his
chances of the damage he may do,
out in ungiisn-speaklng countries,
he is entitled to have his last word
at least while he believes ho Is
Before you start on your va
cation see that you are supplied
with some Neura Powders for
Headache. 10 and 25 cents
THE OLD RELIABLE
Always Your Friend
It is a pleasure to assist our patrons in every way possible
with reference to business matters as well as financial transac
tions. A depositor often finds that a recommendation or a let
ter of introduction from his bank is of greatest value.
You may be in a quandary over a contemplated business
change, or an insurance policy, or an investment, or the selec
tion of a competent lawyer or agent. We are always apprecia
tive of your confidence, and glad to confer and advise on any
matter of importance to you. Our depositors' room is at your
service for private conferences.
First time you pass this way drop in and have a talk with
us about opening a savings account. Let us explain how much
more it means to you than you think it does.
You can start with one dollar.
HENRY Z. RUSSELL, President, LEWIS A. HOWELL, Cashier,
ANDREW THOMPSON, Vice-President, ALBERT C. LINDSAY, Asst. Cashier
UENRY Z. RUSSELL. HOSIER GREENE,
HORACE T. MENNEIt, JAMES O. BIRDSALL,
LOUIS J. DORFLINGER, EDMUND B. nARDENBERGlT,
ANDREW THOMPSON, PRIMP R. MURRAY,
liEWIS A. HOWELL.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS FROM 7:30 TO 8:30 O'CLOCK
CURES PIMPLES EASILY.
Simple Remedy Tlint Clears Skin
Quickly of All Eruptions.
For several weeks past Pell, tho
druggest, has done a big business in
selling Hokara, the skin healer that
has won so many friends in Hones
dale. It has boon found to heal not only
all minor skin troubles, such as pim
ples, blackheads, herpes, acno, scaly
scalp, complexion blemishes, Itching
feet, piles, etc., but also tho worst
sores, ulcers, or even chronic
eczema and salt rheum. There has
yet to be found any form of wound
or disease affecting tho skin or mu
cous membrane that Hokara does not
help, and Its action Is bo quick that
those who try it are simply delight
ed with it right from the start.
In spite or Us unusual curative
powers, the price Is trifling. To con
vince every one of Its merits, Mr.
Pell will sell a liberal sized Jar for
25c. And remember that If you do
not think it does what it claims, you
get your money back. You certain
ly can afford to try It on this plan.
Agricultural Department Can Entirely
Prevent Sale of Spoiled or Adulter
ated Meat or Meat Products Manu
facturers Now Amenable to Piro
Food and Meat Inspection Laws.
Domestic meat and meat products
have btwa finally put under the prec
isions of tho pure food and drugs act
as the rratilt of unanimous action re
cently by the secretaries of the treas
ury, agriculture and commerce, sup
ported by an opinion of the attorney
general. This means that manufac
turers of meat foods will now be amcn-
ble to both the food and drugs act
and the meat lnsiKctlon law.
Tho fnrrouehlng and radical action
taken was to revoke a regulation for
tho enforcement of the food and drugs
act, adopted Oct. 17, 1000. exempting
'meat nud meat food products and thclt
producers from the operation of the
Some time ago Secretary Houston
asked tluj attorney general for an opin
ion us to whether the provisions of the
food and drugs act wore applicable to
meat products prepared under the
meat inspection law, and Mr. Mc
Heynolds replied that, whllo tlo two
statutes overlap to some extent, nei
ther was Inconsistent with tho otlier.
nor did congress Intend that one
should lx the substitute for tlio other.
Laws Do Not Conflict.
The department of agriculture now
has the ower to treat meat and moat
products exactly like any other fo.od
In interstate commerce, but tills will In
no way interfere with tho powers of
tho department under tlw meat inspec
tion act The revocation of the regu
lations gives tho government control
over meat foods not only In federally
!nsioctcd establishments, but after tho
meat product has left such establishments.
Moat inspectors had no power under
the meat Inspection law to sclae meat
or meat food products which were el-
titer spoiled or adulterated after 'they
had left a federally inspected estab
lishment. Tho only remedy to bo had
by the department was "tie criminal
prosecution of any one selling bad
meat, and even then tins moot could
not be coulrsented or Its sale stopped.
May Seize Spoiled Meat.
Under the new decision It now will
be possible for tho government to seize
spoiled meat nnd prevent tho sale of
bad or adulterated moat and meat
products when in Interstate commerce.
Manufacturers will be com pel led to
comply with the provisions of tho food
and drugs act with respect to la beting,
and prosecution nnd seizure for mis
branding nnd adulteration will be possible.
BELATED FIFTY-TWO YEARS.
COOL, STYLISH AND DAINTY
MADE UP READY-TO-WEAR
HER & CO S
Ladies' Ramie, Linen and Ratine Suits.
One Piece Dresses in Persian Lawn and Organdie.
Separate Wash Skirts in Pique, Cords, Flaxons and
Linens. Newest shapes direct from designer.
Our Children's Wash Dresses are new in cut and
pretty in materials.
House Dresses in new cuts and Washable Fabrics.
The new Silk Waist suitable for wear with suit,
and evening dresses are pretty and attractive.
Summer Cool Clothing for Hot Weather Wear at
MENNER & GO'S STORES
LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN
Utter Written In 18G1 at Fort Wash
ington Delivered Recently.
A letter written at Fort Washington,
Md., May 80, 1SG1, by Henry a Russell
of Potts town, Fa., a dvil war soldier,
reached his widow in Potts town re
cently through tho regular channels of
tho United States mail. Tho kttejr had
been intrusted to n comrade, M. E.
Richards of Pottstown, Pu., to mall
and was never sent Recently Mr,
Richards died, and tho letter, scaled
and stamped, was found among some
old papers. It was posted and deliver
ed. Russell died about five years ago.
Tho letter contained what the writer
said was a piece of tho shirt of Colonel
E. E. Ellsworth, worn when ho was
shot and killed a short timo before at
Alexandria, Vn., when ho hauled down
tho Confederate flag from tho Marshall
House. Tho letter Islln an excellent
state of preservation.
CHILDLESS PAIR END LIVES
Millionaire and Wife, Tired of Life,
Die by Gas.
Eugcno Maggl and his wife, the
wealthiest persons in Switzerland,
committed sulcldo together In Zurich
because they were childless, Maggl
was only fbrty-ono years old and his
wlfo thirty-five, and their Joint estates
are estimated nt 510,000,00a Maggl
was the owner of Treat flour mills in
Zurich and other parts of Switzerland.
Tho couple, who had been married
for a number of years, wcro greatly
disappointed becauso their union had
remained childless and in a fit of de
spondency decided to end their lives.
They retired to their bedroom in their
villa in Zurich, turned on tho gas and
were round dead in tho morning.
MILITANTS MUST PAY.
The Pankhurara and Lawrences Aa
seesed $1,840 In Shopkeepers' Stitt.
Mr. and Mrs. Pethick Lawrence, Mrs.
ffimmellno Pankhurst, Miss Chrfstaool
Pankhurst and Mrs. Mabel Tufcc, rep
resenting tho Women's Social and Po
litical union, were condemned In Lon
don by the king's bench court to pay
$1,840 damages in a suit brought by
a number of west end London shop
keepers for damago dono in smashing
windows during suffragette raids.
As this was a test, case it is expected
that many similar suits will follow.
'New Way" Air-Cooled Gasoline
No Water to freeze. No pipes to burst.
No weather too cold.
No weather too hot.
Less Gasoline. More Power.
Have you seen our Reo delivery truck?
It's a dandy. Better look it over.
REO OVERLAND and FORD AUTOMOBILES.
No better cars made for anywhere near tho price. Place your
order right now.
Better times coming; help it along.
For sale nt bargain prices: Auto Car Runabout, Liberty Brush
Runabout and Maxwell Runabout.
Get In the swim and own a car.
E. W. Gammell
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