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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 April 1910

T1IK CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, AI'KIIj lit, 1010. I CENT A WORD COLUMN AUCTION SADK Tho housoliold goods ot Thos. J. Hnm will bo sold at public action on Thursday after noon nt 2 o'clock nt his former resi dence, Court and Eleventh streets. MAIjE HEM' WANTED. Cut Glass Smoothers. Twenty-Five Men Wanted. Steady Work. GOOD I'AY. PLEAS ANT SURROUNDINGS. THE STERLING GLASS CO.. Cincinnati, Ohio. COWS Will be nt Dennett's barn near Ucthany on Saturday, April 1C, with n bunch of Susquehanna cows. Fresh nnd forward springers. A. O BLAKE. 29t2 1IAVINCI the goods, 1 am going to "Holler" on Pianos, Organs and Sow ing machines. McINTYRE. 24ooIl KOIt FlngRlng, Curbing, nnd Steps fall on .Miller, 174 Delaware St. col 4t. TWELVE muslin trespass notices for ?1.00; six for seventy-five cents. Name of owner, township and faw regarding trespassing printed there on. CITIZEN office. j KOK SALE Crenm separator only used 30 days; have no use for It, and , will sell cheap for cash. A. J.. Dox , 2S4, Scranton, P...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 April 1910

THE OITlZIiN, WEDNESDAY, Al'MIi 18, 1010. DAIRY- ft CREAMERY MILK-CAN BRUSH. Especially Designed to Reach Up Un der Shoulder of Cans. An Invention of paramount import ance to dairymen and farmers who soil much milk la tho milk-can brush invented by a Minnesota mnn. Thla brush Is designed particularly with tho purpose of reaching up under tho shoulder of tho can and cleaning tlint portion which heretofore was only j J i k- J rinsed out. As can be seen In the Il lustration, the brush is a wire frame work with bristles on tho outer edge. It is curved so that when it is lowered Into the neck of tho can the upper part fits naturally in the shoulder of tho receptnele, which is otherwise al most impossible to thoroughly clean by hand. At any rate, the work of cleaning this portion of the can is or dinarily so difficult that only the most particular take the trouble to do it. With a brush made for the purpose it te likely that the percentage of cans that will now' be free from the im puriti...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 April 1910

run crnzKN, Wednesday, ai'iul is, 1010. M Copyright. i CHAPTER VIII. "T "r TEDNESDAY morning ar- rlvcd In somo miraculously I Y V abrupt fashion. It found ' ' them sitting In a sunny corner ot the library. The Cherub was smoking one of his fat, black cigars by special request of the count ess, and be was regarding with ap proving eyes her slim white fingers na they employed an Ivory needle In th j fashioning of some utterly useless af- j fair that looked like a lot of holes (edged with spider webs. She was wearing some kind of a ihouse gown, with lace falling allur lingly away from her white neck and Irounded arms. Somehow or other th (Cherub felt that he was enjoying a I rare privilege. lie was Inclined to accept the gift humbly and In silence, fearful lest It be taken suddenly away from htm. And then cama Epplngs to announc the presence of Mr. Nicholas Wallo .way, adding that his errand was ur gent and Important. ( "Perhaps I had better take my work j in to another room," suggeste...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 April 1910

TOTS CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, APIUIj 10, 1010. 4 tII,III,4"M,I,IIIII,IIIII,,I,I,,I,'II,lI 1 T 4 1 CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMNS THE MOST RELIABLE MEDIUM FOR PREADING INFORMATION HAMLIN. Mrs. Emily Simons returned on Thursday, March 31st, from Men dota, 111., whoro sho has been spend lng the winter with her sister, Mrs. Mary Folts. Miss Florence Spangenbcrg visit ed Miss Mabel Hauscl In Mooslc over Sunday. Mrs. Charles VanGordcr, of Scran ton, spent Sunday with Mrs. Minnie Brooks. Mrs. G. O. Gillett is improving. Mrs. J. T. Stocker is on Ihe sick list. She has been quito sick with tonsllltls. John Williams expects to move into his new house in the near future. D. W. Edwards is papering at C. L. Simons'. Miss Elba Alt left on April 4th for Stroudsburg Normal School to enroll for the spring term. VIda West spent last Monday and Tuesday In Scranton. The examination for county school diploma, for the pupils of Salem township, will bo held In the school house hero Saturday, April 9th. AHbs Florenco ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 April 1910

T1IK AVKATIIKH On Friday partly cloudy nnd warmer wcntheF will prcTftll, with light to fresh T triable winds. if Sfi if to C fT j K T tT JC K" C C T Scml-Wcckly Founded J k 1908 V Weekly Founded, 1844 J' jj so s k j? jo js jo ir jc jc k ic k Wayne County Organ 1 REPUBLIC JHarty 2 j j & j ct jt 0 O .5 J OS 67th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1910. NO. 30 WASHINGTON LETTER By CARL SCIIOFIELD. Special Corre spondent. Several things project themselves to the nttcqtlon of the casual visitor In Washington within about eight mlu ntes after ho steps out of the vnst ness of the big Union station. About the most striking of these Is the ex cess of horse drawn vehicles over au tomobiles. A man who doesn't own nn automobile enn come here and dwell In comparative happiness. The Mecca of Visitors. About every other visitor that comes along nowadays makes n bee line for the Smithsonian Institution almost be fore pausing to look at the dome of the capltol. And the people emp...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 April 1910

THE CITIZEN, FllIDAY, APIUIj 15, 1010. PACTS IN FEW LIKES Before 18-10 tlie south furnished the iuivl Hum iil'ius ui im- 1:111111(13. Over 3,000,000 pairs of hlnnhrt nre ; woven In Great Hrltnln nnnunllr. On the basis of real estate assess ments the public parks of New York city nre worth $1,200,000,000. 1 Of all places of Importance Sydney, . New South Wales, Is farthest from London as the crow fllen, 10,120 miles. ( Experiments with steam raising by j means of peat hare been made by tho Swedish railways, but they have turn ed out a failure. Aloyse Dusch, a barber-dentist of Wunzcnan, Germany, recently cele brated the fiftieth anniversary of his entry into the double profession, lie has extracted no fewer than 02,000 teeth, all of which ho has preserved. By the old method of salvage the rents and breaks In the hull of tho vessel were closed and the water pumped out. By the latest system the ship Is rid of water by pumping air Into the holds, which floats the vessel. The total quant...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 April 1910

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, APRIL J5, 1010. ounjpwEa House Refuses the Speaker $2,500 a Year For Auto. INSURGENTS JOIN DEMOCRATS. Uncle Joe, White With Anger, leaves Chair, Defies Foes and Declares He Will Hold Office Until March. Washington, April 12. A conlltlcm between Itopubllcau Insurgents and Democrats against the provision in the Jcglslntivo Mil appropriating 52.500 for I maintenance of the speaker's uutotno- j bile resultcil in the rejection today of , that part of tlio conference report on the bill. After the house by a vote of 131 to 111 had refused to agree to senate 1 amendments in the legislative bill til lowing the vice prcsldont and the speaker ?2,50O each for the mainte nance of their government automo biles Uncle Joe, whlto with anger, left the speaker's chair and strode down on tho floor of the house. The same Republican lusurgeuis who savo him so much trouble In thu big row a few weeks ago, when lie was eliminated from tho committee on rules, had joined onco more with th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 April 1910

THK OlTIZiiN, l-MUDAY, AIMUIj 15, 1010. THE CITIZEN fUBLlHIIF.n EVKRY WKDNEBDAY AND FRIDAY BY T1IR CITIZEN rUllLlfllllNO COMTAMY. entered as smmd-clnss mutter, tit the post nlUce. llonesilale, l'u. SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 if. IS. HARDKNUKKUH. - l'UKSIDKNT W. W. WOOD. MANAGER AND SKC'Y D1RKCTOH8: C. It. POIirl.INUEll. M. II. AI.I.EN. UKNBY WILRO.N. K. II. II AltDKHDEROII. W. W. WOOD. FRIDAY, APRIL 15, HMO. Why Is It, n cnrolcss soven year old kill can drop a half burned match In an alley and burn up all the barns In n block, while nn ablo bodied man has to Use up a whole box of matches to get a wood (Ire started In n heat er that has draft enough to draw all the furniture up the stove pipe? Where Is the man so happy as the ono who applies himself to manual labor? Where Is the homo so happy as the one where each member of the household feels, at the close of the day, that they have performed some at least of the many duties de volving upon them? Thore may bo a clash some day between capita...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 April 1910

THE CITIZEN, KIUDAY, APRIL 15, 10J0. I CENT A WORD COLUMNf 1IH1DGE PAINTING Bids for ptilntlng Seolyvlllo and Mong's statu bridges will lo received at tho Com missioners' olllce, Honcsdnle, until 9 n. m. Tuesday, May 3rd. Paint fur nished by county. 3t. MALE HUM WANTED. Cut Glass Smoothers. Twenty-Five Men Wanted. Steady Work. GOOD PAY. PLEAS ANT SURROUNDINGS. THE STERLING GLASS CO., Cincinnati, Ohio COWS Will be at Dennett's barn ear Bethany on Saturday, April 1G, with a bunch of Susquehanna cows. Fresh and forwnrd sprlngors. A. O BLAKE. 29t2 HAVING the goods. I am going to "Holler" on Pianos, Organs nnd Sew ing machines. MclNTYRE. 24eoi4 KOIt Flagging, Curbing, and Steps call on Miller, 174 Delaware St. eoi 4t. TWELVE muslin trespass notices for 51.00; six for seventy-five cents. Name of owner, township nnd law regarding trespassing printed there- I on CITIZEN ofllce. j KOIt SALE Cream separator only j used 30 days; have no use for it, and will sell cheap for cash. A. .1., Box 284...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 April 1910

THK CITIZEN, riUDAY, AVMI, 15, 1010. Motes amid Coinniinni(Biniit Of Interest to Women Readers HAIR SUPPORTER. jHaa "Rat" for Front of Head and Other Support for Back. Among the numerous nrtlllccs used iy women who nro short on hnlr Itad few womon have enough to carry pat tho coiffures hoisted on thorn by pie hairdressers In tho past fow years t the supporter designed by Wash ington woman and shown herewith Is bno of the most efficient. A wlro Cranio has a crescent-shaped turn on top and a projecting support at th book, both covered with false hair, kUco tho regulation "rat;" or holding a. flne wire screen. The two are Joined by two wires, "U-shaped. This sup porter Is placed on the head when the hair Is down, and, when the hair Is done up tho pads underneath give It the appearance of being much moro bbundant than It really Is. There are numerous devices to achieve this ef fect, of course; but tho frame shown here Is harder to detect than moat of the others, and when the hair Is fin...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 April 1910

V11K CITIZEN, Fill DAY, APRIL in, 1010. Cheru Copyright, CHAPTEIl IX. ON Friday the countess re ceived this communication from Mr. Dcvlnc: "Walt. Coming up tonight Impor tant" As a result Hewington Acres hum med with anticipation. What could It mean? What had happened? What was going to happen? Epplngs was certain that Mr. Devlne was bringing homo somo titled guest, possibly n duke or a lord, and he pre pared dinner accordingly. The count ess was puzzled. Even Mr. Hewing ton emerged from his study and want ed to know why every one seemed so disturbed. "It's because of Mr. Devlne, sir," said Epplngs. "He's coming up on a special train, sir, and I must see about the table at once, sir." Surely the particular frame of mind which Mr. Devlne had conjured up for himself was quite worthy of a better audience than he gave It, although he was neither 6crcno nor tilled with con fident joy. But he was very much olive. He bubbled, sparkled, scintil lated. Ills mental faculties, never dull, were...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 April 1910

THIS OITIZKN, FRIDAY, APIlIIi IB, 1010. I CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMNS i 4. . THE MOST ItELlABLE MEDIUM FOR SPREADING BEACH LAKE. Although It Ib the fourth month of the year, the weather resembles March very much; the whistling winds are very unplcnsant to our oars, after enjoying such beautiful weather and we hopo It will soon cease for the more desired April showers. Rev. John Tuthlll preached his farewell sermon last Sunday, and we are hoping our future pastor will be equally as good a preacher and pas tor as was Brother Tuthlll. Let us all lend him a helping hand in every good work. John 1 Budd can be seen sporting a cane, something quite unusual for him; but report says it is not be cnuso he Is such a dude, but rather because he has a lame back. Not a very old little man came to the home of Sidney Woodley's on his own invitation, brought no ward robe, pays no board, never spenks a word, takes no notice of the in mates of the house, and wants more waiting on than anyone else, and I u...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 April 1910

f TIIK WEATHER Wednesday fair and slightly cooler weather wilt prevail, and Thursday fair wcutlicr. tr v k " sc tc jc jc r jc ic c c Scml-Wcckly Founded 5 I908 v f o Weekly Founded, 1844 ' Wtfc County Organ k iff f the 1 fc RKBL,CAN PARTY 3 1 ,67th YEAE. HONESDALB, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1910. NO. 31 1 m - - . ATT'Y GENERAL CITKTHE LAW JUDGES SERVE UNTIL 1912 Question of the Election, of Jurists At Coming November Election Reviewed In Alilc Opinion. Tho following letter rrora Attor ney General Todd sheds considerable light on the mooted question as to whether Judges of the Court of Common Plens may be chosen at the general election to be held in November. Office of the Attorney General. Harrlsburg, Pa., March 31, 1910. I Hon. Robert McAfee, Secretary of the Commonwealth Harrisburg, Pa. Sir- I have your letter of the 17th Inst., enclosing a letter of Hon. Alonzo T. Searle, of the 10th Inst., to Governor Stuart, and 1 note you request my opinion on the follow ing questio...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 April 1910

TUB OITIZKN, WEDNESDAY, AimiL 20, 1010. SNAPSHOTS AT CELEBRITIES John Dalzell, Head of New Rules Committee. Congressman John Dalzell of Penn sylvania, chairman of tho new commit tee on rules of the national house of representatives, is well equipped by ex perience and training for the duties of his now position. Mr. Dalzell repre sents Pittsburg and has served contin uously in congress since 1887. Tho members of the new committee take rank as follows: Dalzell of Penn sylvania, Smith of Iowa. Boutell of Illi nois, Lawrence of Massachusetts, Pas sett of New York and Smith of Califor nia, Republicans, and Clark of Missou ri, Underwood of Alabama, Dixon of Indiana and Fitzgerald of New York, Democrats. Mr. Dalzell was born In New York city in 1845. but ho has lived in ritts burg since be was two years old. He received a college education, being graduated from Yale in 18C3. He stud led law and two years later was admit ted to the bar. He 60on developed great adaptability for the professi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 April 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, AI'ML !!(), 1010. f-ft-H-H-tttt I ROME IT a i in i i ii i II yi i EASTER TIME il? - Hi I I- W I I fill B- How the Holy City Ob serves Easier Holiday ICmzKji'fl Special ConuBsroNnr.NT.1 "All ronds lead to Rome." Es pecially is this true at tho Easter season. The pilgrims como from all over Italy, from Frnnco and Switzerland, many from Germany, and not a few from tho gambling tables of Monte Carlo. Of icourse a multitude do not go from any motives of piety, but only out of a mere curiosity, desiring to see tho Easter ceremonial where It is most elaborately observed. Catholic and Protestant, Jew and Gentile, they all come. Rome Is still the "Sacred City" even as in the days of the Caesars. It is strange how the very word grips tho imagination. Napoleon wittily said concerning "the Holy Roman Empire" at a certain stago of its degeneracy that it was "neither holy, Romnn, nor an Em plre," yet so powerfully did tho very name appeal to the minds of jnen that they sti...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 April 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, AIMUIj 20, 1010. THE CITIZEN TCBLIflllED KVKRY WEDNESDAY AND miDAY BY THE CITIZEN P0BU8IIINO COMPANY. ifntercd as second-class matter, nt tho post olllce. Honesdale. l'o. SUBSCRIPTION ?1.60 K. B. HAUDKNHKIMHI. - - PRESIDENT W. V. WOOD. - - MANAUKR AND SECY DIRECTOKS: 0. n. DORFM.tQER. M. n. AU.F.S. OKNRY WlI.fO.N. K. II. !IAHDKK8ER(1H. W. W. WOOD. WEDNESDAY, A I ' It . 120, 1IMO. When your cup of Joy overflows, it Is n good plan not to drink It nil yourself. It doesn't cost anything to smllo, and n kind word, if sincere, Is the easiest one in the language to speak. We havo failed to observe any of the farmers going to market with a dray to haul home his gold coin since tho price Inflation has been in progress. Tho foolish virgins who spend nine teonths of their time In learning to decorate china, would do well to remember that a young man in search of a wife is more likely to tie to a girl who knows how to decorate her china with a good square meal, well cook...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 April 1910

rJIK CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, APItlli 20, 1010. CENT A WORD COLUMN! BRIDGE PAINTING Bids for painting Seelyvllle and Mnng'B state bridges will bo received at the Com missioners' office, Honesdale, until 9 a. m. Tuesday, May 3rd. Paint fur nished by county. 3t. FOR SALE OK HUNT Six room house, barn and 1 acres of land near Big Elm Tree. Apply to Hor ace F. Smith. It. COWS Will bo at Bennett's barn car Bethany on Saturday, April 1C, with a bunch of Susquehnnnn cows. Fresh and forward springers. A. O BLAKE. 29t2 HAVING the goods, I am going to "Holler" on Pianos, Organs and Sew ing machines. McINTYRE. 24eol4 MALE HELP AVANTED. Cut Glass Smoothers. Twenty-Five Men Wanted. Steady Work. GOOD PAY. PLEAS ANT SURROUNDINGS. THE STERLING GLASS CO., Cincinnati, Ohio. FOK Flngging, Curbing, and Steps call on Miller, 174 Delaware St. coi 4t. TWELVE muslin trespass notices for $1.00; six for seventy-flvo cents. Name of owner, township and law regarding trespassing printed there on. CITIZEN office. FOK ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 April 1910

THE CITIZEN, WKDNKSDAV, APlllL 20, 1010. ALFALFA IN ALL CLIMATES. Has Proven Its Adaptability to Grow on All Kinds of Soils. While experts have been declaring thnt alfalfa would .only grow In cor- tain soils and in certain climates It has proven adaptability to nearly all climates and almost all soils, says Co burn's Book on Alfalfa. It produces with n rainfall ns scant as 14 Inches, and in tho gulf states nourishes with 65 inches. H gives crops at an eleva tion of 8,000 feet above se,a level, and Jn southern California It grows below flea level to a height of six feet or over, with nine cuttings a year, aggre gating ten to twelve tons. An authen ticated photograph in possession of the writer shows a wonderful alfalfa plant raised in the (irrigated) desert of southern California, GO feet below aea level, that measures considera bly more than ten feet in height. Sat isfactory crops aro raised, but on lim ited areas as yet, In Vermont and Florida. Now York has grown it for over 100 ye...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 April 1910

TUB CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1010. The Scrap Book A Mill Worth Seeing. Joo Grim, the Itnllnn i)uglllat of Al toonn, was known as tlio human punching bag on account of tlio nwful amount of punishment he would take. Fltzslmmons In ono bout knocked Joo down fifteen times In bIx rounds, yet couldn't put him out. While Grim never won a light, ho was always will ing to meet almost anybody who came along nnd wns absolutely fearless. Ho paid no attention to class and regard ed It as a sort of duty to meet every now lighter whose name showed on the pugilistic horizon. Some time ago his friends wcro arranging a fight for Joe In Altoonn, and there wan somo bickering over the percentages. .Too .wanted the fight held In Philadelphia or nttsbnrg, as he thought It would draw n bigger crowd in cither city. To this his friends objected, insisting that Altoona was a good show town. "Why, Maxlnc Elliott played to a $100 house hero the other night" said one of the tight promoters. Quick as a flash...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 April 1910

T1IH CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, APllIL 20, tt)10. I CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMNS THE MOST HBIjIAIII.1" MEDIUM FOR SPREADING HAM MX. Mrs. George Collins and sister, Miss Ada Sadler, of Honesdale, call ed on friends In town last week. ' John Williams and family havo removed to their new house. Frances Orchard is home from Stroudsburg, and Carl Stevens is home from Pcrklomcn Seminary. Mrs. C. M. Lorlng Bpcnt Thurs day in Scranton. The Grange meeting on Friday evening last was well attended. Mrs. R. H. Simons Is visiting Mrs. Li. J Pelton. Mrs. C. H. Spnngenberg and son Homer, who have been spending the winter In Florida, returned home Tuesday, April 12th. David Lee loft on Friday for Wellsboro, N. Y., where he will remain during tho summer. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Gale and lit tle son Burton, of Scranton, spent part of the week with Mrs. Gale's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Simons. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Abbey visited in Scranton this week. Miss 13. M. Buckingham visited Mrs. Brown at Ariel this week. Mr. an...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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