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THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1913.
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f h(J Happy Ship.
Cap'n Moso of the Zedelciah W.
Baggs 'e was d Sunday Christian. All
up along e'd wear a silk hial, the fanly
one on the Labrador Yesi Sundays
e'd be ashore talkln preBeetlrikllon
an' grace out of a book 'o kep' In 'Id
berth, but never a word about -neh or
the state of the loo. Mothor'd been
raised to a belief in Christians, so
when Mose droppod in at her shack,
admlrln" how she cooked, she'd be
pleased all up the back, and havo him
Tight In to dinner. He'd kiss mo,
talkln' soft about little children. Yes.
'That's how '0 got me away to sea ae
fcoy on a scalin' voyage, without pay
lag me any wages.
Mother never knew what Cap'n
Moso was like on week-days, and Sun
day dldnt happen aboard of the Zodo
klah. I remember hldln' away at tho
back of Ole (Meson's bunk, axing God
please to turn me into an animal. Any
sort would do, because I seen men
kind to animals. You know an animal
mostly consists of a pure heart, and
four legs, which is a great advantage.
Queer world though, if all our preyors
Belay thar. A man sets out to tell'
adventures, and if his victims don't
find some excuse for getting absent,
he owes them all tho happiness he's
got It's mean to hand out sorrow to
persons bearing their full share al
ready. So wo procoods to the night
when I ran from tho Zedeklah. and
Jolnod the Happy Ship.
We lay in the big ico pack off Capo
Breton. The Zedeklah was old, Just
paint an' punk, and sho did surely
groan to tho thrust of tho pact I was
too scarod to sleep, so I went up on
I'd alius watched for a chnnco to
run away, and thar was Jim, tho anchor-watch,
squatting- on tho bitts
dead asleep. Ho used to be that way
when nobody chased him.
I seen the lights of the three-masted
schooner a couple of miles to wind
ward. I grabbed a sealing gaff and
slid down on the ice.
First, as the pans rocked under me,
I was scary, next I warmed, gettln'
venturesome, until I camo near slid
ing into the wet, and after that I'd
look before I lop'.
You know how tho grinding piles
an edgo around each pan, of broken
splinters? That edge shone whlto
agin the black of the water, all ,tho
guide I had. But times the squalls of
wind was likes scythes edged with
sleet, so I was blinded, waiting, freez
ing until a lull came, and I'd get on.
It was broad day, and I reckon each
step weighed a ton before I mode
A gray man, fat, with a chin whis
ker, lifted me In overs Ida. "Come
far?" says he, and I turned round to
show him the Zedeklah. She wasn't
there. Sho was gone foundered.
So that's how I came aboard of the
Happy Ship, Just llko a lil' lost dog,
with no room in my skin for more'a
bones and famine Captain Smith
used to say he'd signed me on as fam
ily ghost; but he paid me honest
wages, fed me honest grub, while as
to clothes and bed, I was snug as a
little rabbit He taught mo reading
and writing, and punctuation with his
belt, sums, hand, reef, and steer, cate
chism, knots and splices, sowing, sque
gee, rule of- the road, ooojie moojle,
psalms of David, constitution of th
United States, and playing tho tronv
bone, with three pills and a good llcto
ing regular Saturday nights. Mother's
llttk boy began to set up and take no
tice. Tho five years In tho Pawtuckot U
along, from Montreal to Colon, front
banjos plunking In them portales o(
Vera Cruz, to bugles crying revally i
Quebec, and tho oyster boats asleep;
by Old Point Comfort, and the Glouces
ter fleet o-stormlng home past Sabla.
and dagos basking on Havana quays.
Suck oranges in tho dinghy under tho
moonlight, waiting to help the old man
aboard when he's drunk. If over ha
went ashore without mo, Td be Hka
a lost dog, and ho drunk before tha
sun was over tho yard-arm. But away
together It wasn't master and Roy, but
Just father and eon. He'd even named
mo after himself, and that's why mjr
I dis remember wttfen port some
whores up tho St. Lawrence where re
loaded lumber for tho Gulf o Mexico,
but the captain and me was away flfth-
tno. Mother had come from tho Lab
rador to find me, old gray mother, Bha
put on her round horn spectacles to
emtio at the mate aft, and, the second
mate forward, tho ortiary seaman
painting in tho namo board, and Bill
In bis boa'n6 chair a-tarring down tho
rigging, and the bomboat huindrds
who'd been tearing tho old 10000
tehtrWranta. Sho Just eat happy at tha
b ui uiu ruwuuuu, uuu auu cure.
admired everything, from Old Glory
Blno Peter until our nigger cook
and spilled slope overside.
emits hod had nowo-oi the lady, and
atno to grin' but was back' to. bio gal-
y. like a rabbit to hie borrow, whQa
ho marched up the gangway. "Cant!
aow boy Heard not a "TvTTrtPelso 'cepi,
the splash. For mother Just escorted
that nigger right through tho galley,
out at the other end, over tho port
rail, and boosted blm into the blue
harbor, for tho first and only bath
he'dever had, Then sho took off her
tiorn "Spectacles, her old buckskin
gloves, and her bonnet, and sot to
cleaning a galley which hadnt been,
washe since tho days of President
Lincoln. Sho hadn't time to listen to
tlio wet nigger or the male, and narry
a man on board could get more than
yea or nay out of mother. She
cooked them a supper too 'good to be
eaten and spoilt, then set tho dishes
to rights, got tho lamp a-shlnlng, and
axed to be shown round tho ship.
The cap'n and me comes back along
with the dinghy, makes fast, and
climbs aboard. There's old gray moth
er, with tho horn specs, calm In her
own kitchen. Just teirtn' us to sot right
down to supper. Cap'n Uvea aft, and I
belongs up fbrrord, being ordinary
seaman, and less Important aboard
than tho old man's pig. Yet somehow
mother know, feeding us both in tho
galley, and standing by while we fod.
Never a word, but" mother had a Jlfiht
Boosted Him Into the Blue Harbor.
for Captain Smith's cigar, and her
eyes looking hungry at mo for fear
eheM bo sent ashore.
"Well, ma'am," says the captain,
"sent your baggage aft? Oh, well
eoon got your baggage aboard."
Then I heard him on dock seeing
mother's dunnage Into the spare berth
aft, and tho nigger's turkey thrown
out on the wharf.
Sort of strange to mo remembering
mother, gaunt, bitter-hard, always in
jthe right, with lots to say. And hero
'was little mother sobbing her heart
:out on tho breast of my Jersey. Just
itho Bomo mother changed. Sold sho
was fed up with the Labrador, coming
away to eeo tho world, moot folks, and
lhavo a good time; but would I bo
lashamed of having her with mo at
Shamed? All tho ways down to
;Joe Boef s dear to BlmousM you'll
hear that yarn today, of how tho old
oca custom of winning a berth In fair
fight was practiced by a lady, aboard
of the Pawnticket
You've heard of ship's husbands,
but we'd the first ship's mother. And
tho way she crop in was surely Insidi
ous. Good word that She's got to
bo queen, and tho schooner's a oca
palace, when wo suddenly discovered
she only signed as cook.
Now we're asleep at eleven knots
on a boom wmd, and Key West wldo
on the starboard bow, tho eamo being
In tho second dog-watch when Pm In
vited aft There's tho old man setting
In tho captain's palace, there's mother
at the hood of tho table sewing, and
she oek3 mo to sit In tho mate's seat
as If I was Chief officer instead of
"Son." eayo sho queer, little, soft
chuckle, "son. You'll never guess'
I was sort of -sulky at havings riddles
Then tho aid man gets red to the
elite, giggling. Ho daps hlssolt on
Ws fat knoo nod wriggles. Then ho
up and kteecs mother with a big
emack right on the Dps.
"Cant gneesf Bays mother.
Tm the old men," he giggles. "Bhe'B
tho oM woman." Then ho reached out
hta paw. "Put her there, son!" says
bat "wtwtte yor namo, boyf
Hod a hand llko a bear trap.
8mrthr I oquoaled, "8401111"
"FobV fys bo. "Fill youroeU a
coblot of that oro sherry wtne, with
eomo sugar. Drink, you cub, to Cap
tain and Mrs. Smith. Now off with
ye, and pose tho bottlo forrord."
Next day, or next week, maybe
the Monday tUtowt the ship's got a
ncauacho, with the sky Bitting down
on the mastheads, tho 00a llko oil, the
shoots slapping tho shadows on tho
dock, 'where tho tar bolls, and our toot
Is like overdone toast
Too sky's like copper edged with
shoot nghtnmg, then there's scud in
a hurry overhead, tho hodson folding
tn, and a' funnd-ehapod doud to tho
southard wrapping; up tho sky. Thcro'o
no air, and I noticed thfe blnnoclo
alight, so It must havo beeojilgh dark
under that funnol cloud. Just as It
vtruckj somo ono called out MAjl
aboard I" and I heard tho mato yell,
"You mean, all overboard I"
Couldn't see much at first, as 1 was
busy getting mother ;ut of tho
drowned cabin. When I'd passed a
halyard round her and tho stump of
the mlzzen, I'd Just breathing time.
Tho sea was flattened, white under
black sky, and what was left of us
was mostly blowing about
Dad was Just taking command again
of what remained. No use shouting
either, so ho hung on and beckoned.
Tho masts overside were battering
holes In us, until we cut adrift Then
to the pumps, but that was sort of
ex officio Just to keep us warm. Work
in's warmer than waiting.
Being timber-laden wo couldn't sink,
which was convenient But, as mother
said, there wasn't any grub on tho
roof, and wo couldn't go down-stairs.
For Instance, we wanted a drink of
Well, now, wo been .three days re
freshing our parched mouths with beer
stories, when a Ashing vessel comes
along smelling salvage. Happens he's
one of them felucca-rigged dago Bwlno
out of Invlcta, Texas. His charges
was quite moderate, too, for' a breaker
of water and Bomo fancy grub until
wo seen the bill.
I never knew till then that our old
man was owner. Of course that's all
right, only ho'd run astern with his
Insurance. That's why he'd stay with
tho ship, so. It's no good talking. As
to mother, she como aboard tho fe
luocy, ship's cat in her arms, and a
sort of cold, dumb, golng-to-be-good-and-lt's-klllln'-me
sort of smile. Sho
bore up bravo until sho struck tho
number-one smell In tho dago's cabin.
"It's too much," she says, handing mo
the cat,-too much. Pm going back,
to drown clean,"
13 ut I was to stay with our sailors
aboard tho dago, to fetch Invlcta quick.
and bring a tug. Dad trusted me,
oven to play tho coward and quit him.
ui luur uujt) w yio J? OI jnvrcia.
Now In thorn days 1 was fifteen, and
OonalSeroil homely. Tho mouth I got
would bo largo for a dog, smflo six
and three-quarters. Thar ashore at
Invlcta, I'd still look sort of cheerful,
bo all them tug skippers took me for
a Joke. It was four days and threo
nights since I'd slopt, bo I suppose I'd
look funny wanting to hire a tug.
I Bhowod power of attorney, wrote
in Indellblo pencil on dad's old dicky
cravat, but tho tugs expected cash,
and the agents went bach on ma
Nothln doing Saturday nights at
tho oflloe, tug crews all ashore, but
the port will get a move on Monday.
Trust grown men to know more'n a
mere boy. The glass Is down the gulls
is flying Inland, thar's weather brew
ing. I seen tn my mind the sprays
lash over the wreck.
It was dark when I went to the
wharves with Captain McGaw to see
the Pluribus Unnm. He'd show me a
tug cheap at ten thousand cash
stores all complete, steam up, engineer
on tho premises, though he'd stepped
ashore for a drink. Cute cabin he'd
got 00 tho bridge, cunning little glory
"hole forrord. Why, everything was
real bandy, bo that 1 only had to bat
3ilm behind tho ear with a belaylng
pln, and ho dropped right down tho
fore hatch. All I wanted now was a
navigating officer I could trust
Which brings mo to Mr. McMillan,
our own second mate, buying a dozen
fried outers In a card box with a wlro
handle, iJtl for twenty-flvo cents,
though tU-j girl seemed expecting a
"Hello, Franklo," eajfe I, slapping
Wm on tho back. A foremast hand
can make his officer act real dignified
with less. "Say, Macl D'ye know
jwhat Greed done?" I grabbed his
'oysters. "Greed, he choke puppy,"
says I, and in my mind I seen tha
gulls wheel around tho wreck, where
something's lying huddled. "Como on,
Ipuppyl" says I, waving Fronkle down
Itho street with them oysters, so all
(tho trade pauses to admire, and our
iBocond officer Is running good. More
tilings I said, escorting him maybe a
(mlle aboard of the Pluribus, Unnm.
And there I ato them oysters whflo
iho was being coarse and rudo, but all
itho time I seen tho wreck heave sick
innd sodden on tho swell of the gulf,
'the circling gulls, and how they drove
down, pocking at a huddle of torn
"Clothes beside tho wheel.
Up thar on tho tug's masthead I was
iownlng to being tn tho wrong, while
jFranklo Mac was promising faithful
to tear my hide off over my oars wluin
"Please, sir," says I, "It aint so
(BHiSa the oysters worries mo. It's
:thls yer Cap'n McGaw I done em
bezzled. Caynt call It kidnaped "causa
bo's over sixty, but I stunned blm
Illegal with a belaytng-pln, and I
hears hhn groaning times when you
stops to pant"
But Franklo Mac wouldn't believe
ono word until ho went down In tho
,'foro peak to Inquire, while I applied
.the hatch, and battened down.
So you boo rd got a tug, and tho
fCrow aboard, so tho next thing was to
take in tho hawsers, shove off, and let
jher drift on tho ebb.
It's a caution to 000 how many taps
nd things beoots an engine-room, all
,of 'em heaps efficient The first thing
!l handled proved up plenty steam, for
my left arm was pink and blisters for
a. week. Next I found a tap called
bilge-valve Injection, which lots tn tho
sta when you wants to elnk tha ship.
I turned him full, and went to sit on
the fore hatch while I sucked my arm,
and had a chat with tho crew.
They was talkative, and battering
rat tho batch with an ax, so Pd hardly
a word tn edgeways. Then thoy got
ecarea won diow up before wo
drowned. Alius tn my mind Pd see
them gulls squawkln' around the
wreck, and mother fighting thorn.
That heaped thing by the wheel was
dad, for 1 aoon the whltpa of Ms eye?
Cap'n McGaw was plcadln' with mb.
then Mr. McMillan. They swore they'd V
take me to the wreck for nothln',
they'd give their Bible oath, they'd
sign agreements. McGaw had a wife
and family ashore. McMillan was in
I turned off the bilge-valve injection,
opened the fore hatch, and set them
two to work. They was qulto tame,
and that night I slept only to wake
up screechin' at the things I seen In
Seven days we searched for the
wreck before we gave up and quit, at
least the captains did. Then night
came down black overhead, with the
swell nil phosphorescent I alius think
of mother in a light sea under a black
sky. like It was that night, when our
tug run Into tho wreck by accident
I Jumped first on board. The poor
hulk lay flush with the swell, lifting
and falling Just enough to roll the thin
green water, all bright specks, across
and across the deck. Mother was
there, her bare arm reaching out, her
left hand lifting her skirt, her face
looking up, dreaming as sho turned,
and turned, and swayed, In a slow
dance. It's what they calls a waltz,
and seems, as I stood watching, I'd
almost see tho music swaying her 'as
sho wovo circles, water of stars pour
ing over hor bare feet Seems though
tho music stopped, and sho camo
straight to me. Speaks llko a 111'
small girl. "Oh. mummy," sho says,
"look," and draws her hands apart so,
Just as If sho was showing a long rib
bon, "watered silk," eho mutters,
"only nine cents a- yard. Oh, mayn't
L mayn't L mummy?"
And there was dad, with all that
water of stars, washing across and
(Continued in Tuesday's Issue.)
ln ...V'teCi5' :r..
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AN ATTRACTIVE WAIST.
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For the medium size tho waist will
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Not a Good Guesser.
A new volunteer, who had not quite
learned his business, was on sentry
duty one night when n friend brought
a pie from tho canteen.
As he'sat on the grass eating pie tho
major sauntered up ln undress uni
form.. Tho sentry, not recognizing
him, did not salute and the major
stopped and said:
"What's that you havo there?"
"Pie," said tlio sentry, good natured
ly. "Apple pie. Havo a bite?"
Tho major frowned.
"Do you know who I am?" ho asked.
"No," said tho sentry, "unless you'ro
tho major's groom.
The major shook his head.
"Guess again," he growled.
"The barber from tho village?"
"Maybe" here the sentry laughed
"may bo you'ro the major himself?"
"That's right I am tho major," was
the stern reply.
Tho sentry scrambled to his feet.
"Good gracious!" ho exclaimed.
"Hold the pie, will you, while I present
arms!" Harper's Weekly.
as tho ship lurched him.
HBIUFF'S SALE OF VALUABLE
RfiAL ESTATE. By virtue of
nrocess issued out of the Court ot
Common PTea? of Wayne county, and
State1 Of Peftiifylvanla, and to me di
rected and delivered, 1 have levied on
and will expose to public sale, at the
Court House In Honesdale on
SEPTEMBER 12, 1913, nt 11 A. M.
All the defendant's right, title and
Interest in the following described
All the surface or rleht of soil of and
ln all that certain piece or parcel of land
situate, lying and being In tho town of
Iirowndaie, Clinton township, Wayne
County, Pennsylvania, designated as
EOxSO feet of the westerly portion of lots
No. 9 and No. 10 in Block No. 1G as de
scribed on the map of building lots of tho
town or tirownciaie, being eighty reet on
the easterly and westerly boundaries and
fifty feet on the northerly and southerly
boundaries and bounded easterly by por
tions of lots No. 9 and No. 10. owned bv
Joseph Scublx, southerly by lot No. 8;
westerly Dy ianas or ine Miusiae uom &
Iron Co.; and northerly by lot No. 11; be
ing fifty feet on the westerly end of lots
which Gregor Scublx granted and con
veyed to Joseph Scublx by deed dated
Aug. 18, 190S, and recorded in Deed Book
No. 93, page 12. Also a free and unin
terrupted use, liberty and privilege of a
passage ln and along a certain alley or
passage six feet ln breadth by fifty feet
In depth, extending from the south-east
corner of land herein conveyed cast fifty
feet along the Bouthery boundary of land
still owned by Joseph Scublx to land of
Anthony Drashler, where connection Is
made with the alley to the street Ex
cepting and reserving as excepted and re
served ln the hereinbefore recited deed
to Joseph Scublx, Being the same land
granted ana conveyed by Joseph Scublx
to Frank ICoenlg by deed dated Aug. 31,
1910, and recorded ln Deed Book No. 101,
ProDertv nbove described improved with
a two-story frame dwelling house.
ALSO all the surface or right of soil
of and ln all that certain piece or parcel
of land situate ln the town of Brown
dale, Clinton township, Wayne county,
i-ennsyivania, aistinguisnea as iuuxmj reet
of tho westerly extremity of lots No. 9
and No. 10 ln Block No. 16 as described In
a map of building lots of II. W. Brown
ln said town of Browndale, being eighty
feet on the easterly and westerly bound
aries, and bounded easterly by portions
of lots No. 9 and No. 10, Bold to Anthony
Drashler; southerly by lot No. 8: westerly
by land of the Hillside Coal & Iron Com
pany; northerly by lot No. 11. Being the
same property grnnted and conveyed to
Joseph Scublx by aregor Scublx by deed
dated Aug. 18, 190S, and recorded ln Deed
Book No. 99. page 12. Excepting and re
serving as excepted and reserved ln last
mentioned deed. Also excepting and re
serving therefrom a lot EOxSO feet which
was granted and conveyed by Joseph
Scublx et ux. to Frank Koenlg by deed
dated Aug. 31, 1910, and recorded ln Deed
Book No. 101, page 303.
Improved with a two-story frairio
dwelling housfi. '
Seized and taken ln execution as thi?
property of Joseph Scublx at tho suit of
13. A. Bloxham. No. 63 June Term, 1913.
Judgment, tl'OO. Attorneys, Gardiner &
TAKE NOTICE All bids and costs
must be paid on day of sale or deeds
will not be acknowledged.
FRANK C. KIMBLE, Sheriff.
AdV 05 3w
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
State Highway Department, " Harris
Sealed proposals will be received
at the office of tho State Highway
Department in the Capitol Building,
Harrlsburg, Pa., until ten o'clock on
the morning of September 17th,
1913, .when bids will be publicly
opened and scheduled for the recon
struction of 7309 lineal foet of Brick
Block Paving, 16 feet wide, situated
as follows: From the intersection of
South Fourth and Main streets, pass
ing over Main street, to the Texas
Township lino; also from the inter-
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INTEREST allowed from the FIRST of ANY
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H. J. CONGER.
W. B. HOLMES,
C. J. SMITH,
H. S. SALMON.
X. D. CLARK,
B. W. GAMMBUL
W. F. SUYDAM,
section of Main and Park streets,
passing over Park street, to tho Tex
as Township line, under the Act of.
Assembly approved May 31st, 1911,
P. L. 4C8. Plans and specifications
can be seen at the office of the State
Highway Department, Harrlsburg;
1001 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia;
2117 Farmers Bank Building, Pitts
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ton, Pa. Each bid must bo made up
on a blank furnished by tho Stato
Highway Department, accompanied
by a certified check ln the sum ot
$2,500, and enclosed ln a separate
sealed envelope, which blank and on-v-lope
will be furnished upon re
quest, marked: " PROPOSAL FOR.
THE RECONSTRUCTION OF A SEC
TION OF ROAD IN WAYNE COUN
TY, HONESDALE BOROUGH."
EDWARD M. BIGELOW.
State Highway Commissioner.
CORNELIUS C. JADWIN,,
Late of Borough of Honesdale.
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those having claims against the said '
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duly attested for settlement.
GRACE A. JADWIN,
Honesdale, Pa., Aug. 25, 1913.
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plication will be made to the Court
of Common Pleas of Wayne county,
on the 25th day of September, 1913,
at ten o'clock a. m., under the pro
visions of the corporation act of 1874
and Its supplements, for a charter
for an intended corporation' to be
called the Wayne County Automobile
Association, the character arid ob
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roads, erection and maintenance of
sign posts conducting of a bureau for
information of tourists, and for these
purposes to have, possess and enjoy
all the rights, benefits and privileges
conferred by the said act and the
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OF SUCCESS 1913
J. W. FARLEY,
F. P. KIMBLE,
A. T. SBARLB,
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