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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 December 1908

:ENT A WORD COLUMN lArrnsn for sale. Apply to Henry Irish. 360 Ulver street. L WANTED-W80 cords of Kxoclsior Wood, ri oe oeuverea huh rmn ma. x. nccu, u Com In Canaan township, near Keen's pond. THE BEST Christmas Tree Holder on the larKct tor sue at Krt uro's. rnce za cuius. SALE A eood two-seated SIcIeh, able. Inquire Hotel Wayne. IlILDUEN'S UMBRELLAS at Weaver's eiry store. CQUISITE Water Colors and Oil Paint- i IamI mhlMt. hv Ml.. nmwnn RVi nrf WitHl. Ham. for sale at Peter- Pa. Prices most reasonable. 43w2 OME PEOPLE are havlne pictures taken Ihe new styles of art at Rldgcwoy's Studio. ka trtvrnln their friends for a present at Iw Year. ta inrNKllne of cold and nlatcd Jewelry at ever'a Jewelry Store. ei2 nBRING tile picture you want framed for it.utM.. waaIt 1 horn mruiirlln?! Hnpor dear to frame any kind of picture, U IUdeeway's studio. ' ftf.v iWin Tnlnrfnir will el VP an Idea Of kbit the Interior of the store looks like. Step ga ana convince yoursuu. ou.i.. ..... Jeweler. 42...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 December 1908

A' . ' ' - 1 "4 '. i f Ii'VOlUtl'- .1 .' ilf"! ClVO l t' I tit' !!. t IVl.li:. U tf tU.lt I." hind m nro puMldiy than It Ua had In ufiino U '.c, (i r It In-cl enjoyed comparative p: .i-e ami iju'' ami freedom from Internal dUn aneos during sonic i.f the years of i presidency of Ccuoril Xord AI'-:.!. That aged ruler had held his v.'i against many loss successful attempt." to overturn his authority, but the pres. cnt revolution was too much for h!.s strength and political sagacity, ulid he decided to leave the Island while he could. ' Haiti Is an Island of very respcctabl size, the greatest length being aboul 400 miles from oast to west, the great est breadth about 100 miles and tin area touipthlng less than .10,000 square miles. In an Island of this size then is abundant space fur diversity ol scenery, particularly as the Island is traversed by three ln.niiitalii chain.;, and when this fact Is borne In mind no surprise can be felt at the statements of travelers that Haiti contains so...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 December 1908

Younger Set By ROBERT W. CHAMBERS, Author of "THE FIQHTING CHANCE," Etc. Copyrighted, SYNOPSIS OF PRECEDING CHAPTERS. Mnntln. CaDtaln Selwyn. formerly of the army. Is welcomed home by bis sister. Nina Gerard, her wealthy husband Austin, and their numerous en u ren. Eileen Erroll. ward of Nina and Austin. Is part of their household. Sclwln has been I I . . II. .... 1. 1 a Till rt liV II I S wife, Allxe. who Is now the wife of .lock Kuthven, with whom she ran .away from Sclwyn. II Eileen, who is very fond of her brother. Gerald, despite the young man s neslectof her. makes friends with jelwsn. III-Gcrald Is worried about youne Erroll s mlnellne In the fast set. Gerald Is employ ed by Julius Neereard, a reale state operator Inalarscway. Helwyn promises Knee". "v will look after her T-rothcr. He tells her about Hoots Lanslnc, his army chum In Manila, who Is comlntr to New ork. In the park Eileen and Sclwyn ride past I Allxe. IV ."II . .1 ...... I , . 1. ....... .. .. n.nVinnril. toKist,...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 December 1908

1 Correspondence Items Gathered by- THE CITIZEN STAFF Milanville. Dec. 17th. Mesdames Connor and Nichols, and Miss Minnie Gay, entertain ed the Ladies' Aid Society, at the home of Miss Gay, last Thursday afternoon. Twenty enjoyed the chicken pie dinner, which was served. Mrs. Charles E. Beach and Mrs. Helen Dexter had a family dinner last Wednes day, at which the Mesdames Connor, Nichols and Appley, Misses Minnie Gay and Florence C. Skinner, W. E. Beach, of this place, and R. R. Dexter, of Ho boken, were guests. Among the good things on the menu were roast turkey and rabbit pie. Miss Clarissa Brigham-, of Scran ton, is spending the winter at the home of her uncle, Rockwell Brigham, and attending school here. R. R. Beagle and Lewis Hocker, Jr., spent last Friday in Tort Jervis. James Dolson made a business trip to Honesdale last Wednesday. Mrs. George Tyler entertained her brother, Ransome Terrel, and wife, of Cortland, N. Y., last week. Earl Barnes has shut down his saw mill for the...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 December 1908

CM 3 Semi-Weekly Founded & 1 1908 1 IvVeeklyFounded, 1844 k Wayne County Organ of the REPUBLICAN PARTY HONESDALE, WAYNE 00., PA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1908. 65th YEAR. NO. 46 BAD FOE HAMS. Yacht G!ub Members Help Prosecution's Case. THREATENED ALL ON THE DOCK Accused Man Criticises the Evi dence Given and Declares That Nothing Has Been Yet Proved Against Him. Flushing, X. V., Dec. 23. Following "! the advantage gained by the testi mony of the victim's widow, the pros ecution In the trial of Thornton .Ten Kins I In I ns for complicity in the killing by his brother. Captain Peter 0. Hains, Jr., of William U. Annls brought for ward additional evidence to prove the defendant was a principal in the Bny t'ldc Yacht club murder. The follow ing points were testified to by Morrell L. Downs and John C. Stevens, mem bers of the Ttnyeldc Yacht club: That Thornton Halns went to the scene of the murder prepared to shoot anybody who Interfered with his broth er and that he said so openly. That...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 December 1908

THE CITIZEN. PUBLISHED STKBT WEDNESDAY AICD FRIDAY BY Tit CtnZEK PCBLIBIIIMO COMPANY. Entered as second-class matter, at the post ofllce, Hone-dale, Pa. SUBSCRIPTION: $1X0 A YKAB, IK ADVAKCE K. II. IIARDENBERQH, - - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SECY directors: O. If, DOHrUKOKB. M. B. AtAKH. II EN BY WILSON. E. B. 1IABDENBEBOIX. W. W. WOOD. The Harrisburg authorities are finding some of the counties and townships rather slow In paying their share of the road improvement cost. The State builds the roads and pays all the money in the first instance, but under the law the counties and townships are required to reimburse the State in a certain per cent, within thirty days after the road is completed. It is stated that the delinquency now amounts to about $500,000, which the State is going to collect if it can. So far as we know no complaint Is made as to Wayne county or the townships in which road improvements have been made. The postal savings bank bill is con fronted with a th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 December 1908

CENT A WORD COLUMN iTlATTWISIf Vnu HAT.M Annlv tn ITntiMr Parish. SttOItlvcr street. WANTEtJ-1000 rnrils nf Kxcclstnr Wood. to bo delivered nt the mill of J. IS. Keen, Son A Co., In Cannun township, neur Keen's pond. KHl THE I1E8T rhrl.ttiti.in Tnc Holder on the VOll RALE A eood two-seated Sleleh, reasonable. Inquire Hotel Wayne. 4St( Our nhow windows will eivc an Idea of mil RAT.E linv Iwihsp. on Hast Extension Our six foot show case full of Ladles' and Wnhftvnn wonderful dlsnlayot Clocks all Tnn QiTv-rrhn rnktutit-nllt 1illl1(lln" On 7th urnace, now occupied oy jmm inn umu, n. Honesdale. L. ri'Kimi. ix toot tsliow ruse fullof Ladles'.dents'and v snilii linlil SlL'iiet itnu Htonc set lues. Fifteen hundred different styles to licet from. Hommimi. The Jeweler. 42el5t hlldrcn irwi AfiM. l.w It M (icinil nuililini's-.tor j-i::.v.:.v: i,, ii;,nn..i;inni lawley. JOS. STKitMiAUKK. liawiey, ra. , i I.,...,, ..,.!. V,0 111 UrilU'lUlE iiuit tu- j t vn if lit 1 1 n 1 1 hnnti ins tn remove hnv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 December 1908

Correspondence Items Gathered by THE CITIZEN STAFF Bquinunk:. Dec. 21st. The Christmas program by the children of the M. E. church Sunday school will be given at the church on Thursday evening at 7:30. All are cordially Invited to be present and enjoy a pleasant hour and make some one happy by placing a gift on the Christmas tree. Jacob Blaer, of South Branch, went to Lordville Saturday to get the bell for the new church at South Branch. The church is nearing completion, and when it is done, we have no doubt the South Branch folks will be very much pleased. Miss Irene Lord, of Lordville, was in town to-day. Our stores are pretty well supplied with Christmas goods. The time is get ting short to make your selection for Christmas gifts. Our merchants no doubt would be glad to have you come early to avoid the ruBh. Miss Augusta Southwell, who has been spending some time with her sister in Baltimore, is expected home for the holidays. Tsaac Lord was in Lake Como, Sun day. We appreciate t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 December 1908

Wayne Cowrty Orgaa Seal-Weekly Feasted? 1908 j r the REPUBLICAN PAItTY WccklyFoundcd, 1844 HONESDAIJE, WAYNE CO., PA., "WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1008. NO. 46 65th YEAR. 1 3,500 DEAD IN EARTHQUAKE Sicily and Southern Italy Devastated. RUIN AT MESSINA. Hundreds of Houses Are Wrecked, inmates Buried. TOWN OF CATANIA INUNDATED, King Victor Emmanuel, Who Was on a Hunting Trip, Goes to the Scene, and the Italian Government Takes Steps to Give Relief Upheaval of the Land Followed by an Inrush of the Waters of the Gulf Ships Driv en Ashore and Sunk Many Towns Cut Off From Communication. Rome, Doc 29. Violent shocks of earthquake continued today In south ern Italy and Sicily, causing enormous loss of life and property. At least 3J5O0 persons bare been killed, and tbe damage to buildings trill mount up into tens of millions. King Victor Emmanuel, who was on a shooting trip near Naples when tbe first news of tbe disaster arrival, has started In person for the scene. The three provinces of Cosen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 December 1908

"PAID IN FULL" AT THE "Paid In Full." Harper's Weekly, in speaking ..f Eu gene Walter's play, "I'.ii.t in Full," pays: "The third act of the American play, 'Paid in Full,' which is prfs-nieii at the Astor Theatre, is : fi.r v.liieli the author, Mr. Eugene W.ilrr. de rc" much commendation. The pl.iy. train beginning to end, iseNtremely well d"ii" both by playwright and- company, and 'with interest' might well be adilnl to the title as an expression of what the audience derives from it. "The play deals with humble poisons; humble, that is, in conipiiii.-uii uith tlie 'high society' folk one is accustomed to see strutting through th- measures of social drama. The reason for calling at tention to Mr. Walter's third act is, that he has made it just what it should ie quick, alert, full of interest, and a strik ing climax, of the play. Alter seeing it there was a reasonable suspicion that a fourth act might spoil tiie drama, at least might de.-troy the force of the third. However, Mr. Walt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 December 1908

II. C. HAND, President. V. B. HOLMES, Vice Thes. II. S. SALMON, Cashier W. J. WARD, Ass't Cashier New Year In Philadelphia We want vouto understand the rensons for the ABSOLUTE SECURITY of tills Hank. NOTES BY Wonderful Parade of Knights of Mis rule. By Frederick R.Toombs. Copyritfht, 1D08, by Amer ican Press Association. -i'JLJ.E- CttBARMTZ IRRIGATION UP TO DATE. TUVEESIM FA. I Farm- and 1 Garden &m The Great Desert Area Made Arable In Re cent Years. In America Irrigation was practiced thousands of years ago by the prehis toric town building Pueblo Indians in New Mexico and Arizona. The first systematic application of Irrigation to be made by the whites In the United States was Inaugurated by Jho Mormons on the shores of the jprcat Salt lake In 1847. The Mor I Imons found Utah anything but the I promised land for which they had hoped. From necessity they resorted to Irrigation and soon made the barren Bite of Salt Lake City one of the most prosperous communities In the west. A ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 December 1908

THE CITIZEN. rUDUBHED EVXBT WEDHE80AT AHD FBIDAT BT THE CITIZEN PCBLIBIUNO COMPAHT. Kntcred as seoond-clasa matter, at the post office, Honesdale, Pa. SUBSCRIPTION : SIM a teab. im advauck K. I). IIAKDENUKHOH, - PRESIDENT vr. w. wood. - - manager and skcy dibectors: . u. dorflinoeb. m. d. aixeh. uehby wilson. e. b. iiabdekbebqu. W. W. WOOD. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1908. Tmiouoii the aid of a trust fund, tho foundation of which was laid by Presi dent James Buchanan, 600 Lancaster families were supplied with Christmas coal. Since President Buchanan left money for this coal fund other Lancaster ians have added to it and to-day it is large enough to warrant the purchase of 300 tuns of fuel. A half ton was given to eacli worthy applicant. The work of distribution was in the hands of a Lan caster charity society. HARRISBURG LETTER. Dec. A considerable amount of discussion is being given at present to the mercantile license tax and to the ad visability of repealing it. Opponents of the law...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 December 1908

CENT A WORD COLUMN! NOTICE. Th6 annual meeting of Stock holders of Mllanvllle Ilrldee Company, for lection of ofQeers, and other business, will ke held at the office of T.J. Fromcr, on Mon ay, Jan. 4th. 1909. ntfO o'clock a.m. , CHARLfes K. BKACH. Secretary. BAIT FISH FOR SAI.K.-Apply to Henry Parish, 350 River street. WANTED-1000 cords of Kxcelslor Wood, oe aeiivcrca at me nun oi j. . ivern. nun rr In Mnnnnti tnwnahln tinnr K (MMl'fl rtOlin. 4011 T CJ t r T I . .1 wi n nil m lit nil reasonable. Inquire Hotel Wayne. 45tf street. Larec lot with sixty feet front. ,.M... Simons. IftSeoltf 100 ACRKS KAKM Good buildincs-tor sale or exchange for a house In llonesdale or Uawlcy. JOS. STKHN11AUKR, Hawicy, Pa. the estate of Clifford L. Chapman. CHAPMAN. Administrator hay frc UEO. FOR SALK-Lot and bulldlmr located at 1129 Main street. Knqulro or write C. h. Gibbs, Honesdale, l'a. 37tf HOLIDAY KUKNITUKK at BROWN'S, Parlor Suits at Brown's, Bedroom Suits at Brown's, Couches at Brown's, Fancy Ch...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 December 1908

A New Year d . . . By. . . Frank H. Sweet. EVERY one who Is familiar with tho customs of the crcolos and i Acndlans of Louisiana knows that New Year's is the most eagerly anticipated and the most Im portant of their festivals. A religious significance Is attached also to the New Year's anniversary. They believe that from day dawn tn dark an angel. 'Tango do pals," broods over each household, striving to de Btroy hatred, malice and all uncharlta blencss in tiic heart and to substitute love and forgiveness. If his prompt ings are obeyed, enemies forgiven anil tho hand opened wide In charity, that man's sins are wiped off the record, and he starts on a new year with a clean conscience. For a week before New Year's day the preparations of the "habitans" be jrln. Tho house undergoes n thorough scrubbing and cleaning from garret to basement and Is whitewashed Inside and out. I have an idea the Acadian housekeeper fancies that "1'angc de palx" Is going to make a close scrutiny Into all her...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 December 1908

Cfje Younger Set By ROBERT W. CHAMBERS, Author of "THE FIGHTING CHANCE," Etc. Copyrighted, Synopsis op pkeokmng chaptkks. 1 Chap. 1-Keturnlng from Manila. Captain klwttm rnmnrltrnr hfl nmlV. IS WelCOmCO home by his sister. Nina Gerard. her wealthy husband Austin, and their numerous child ten. Kllecn Krroll. ward of Nina and Austin. Is part of their household. Selwln has been divorced, without guilt on hi" part. bj his Iwlfe. Allxe, who Is now the wife of Jack Kuthvcn, with whom she ran away from Selwyn. II-Klleen, who Is very fond of her brother. Gerald, despite the young man s neglect of her, makes friends with Selwyn. III-Gcrald Is worried about young Krroll a mingling In the fast set. Gerald Is employ ed by Julius Neergard, a reale state operator In a large way. Selwyn promises Kfleen he will look after her brother. He tells her about Boots Lansing, his army chum in Manila, who Is coming to New York. In the park Klleen and Selwyn ride past Allxe. I) Eileen's deceased father was a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 December 1908

Correspondence Items Gathered by- THE CITIZEN STAFF -About the County. Siko. Dkc. 28th. Maud nnd Leila Ridd, of Honesdale, are spending the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Ridd. James Copeland has purchased a horse of A. W. Bunting. John Bates had the misfortune to sprain his ankle one day last week. Leon Mitchell and Gerald Bunting have returned from their trip to New York. A few from this place attended the Christmas exercises at Pleasant. Valley last Thursday evening. Mrs. Mcrritt Bolkcom and daughter, Nettie, of Carhondale, leave to-day for their new home in Port Jervis, after spending Christmns with the former's parents, T. H. Ridd nnd wife. Charles Keller expects to have a Bell phone installed in his home soon. Ethel Mitchell and Emily Bates, of Honesdale, spent Christinas with their parents. Uswiok. Dec. 28th. The home-coming holi days brought the following young peo pie : Helen Crane, of Brooklyn ; Violet Crane, of Honesdale; Walter Pennell, of Waymart j Clar...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 January 1909

HABBWBTJR Vf K HbUO ifcen. i Semi- Weekly Founded I Wayne County Organ I 1908 Of the WceklyFounded, 1844 REPUBLICAN PARTY 66th YEAR. HONBSDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 1909. NO. 1 PLEA FUrt iUUSE Mass Meeting In Oath dares Him Innocent MAYOR ONE OF HIS CHAMPIONS EcRtence of Fifteen Years Declared to Be Disproportionate to the Offense With Which He Is Charged. Bath, Me.. Dec. 30. Friends of Charles W. Morse, steamship promoter and banker, who was sentenced last month to serve fifteen years In prison on the charge of misapplying the funds of the National Bank of North America of New fork, hare .held a mass meeting here, at which the may or presided, and unanimously passed the following resolutions: Whereas, Charles W. Morse, a most loyal son of Bath, has been sentenced to serve a term of fifteen years at Atlanta (or an alleged misdemeanor and Is non Incarcerated at the Tombs prison pend ing; a hearing; before the board of appeals and. Whereas. To a man of Mr. Morse's age a ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 January 1909

- i 'A -.V THE CITIZEN. rCBUSBED EVCKT WEDNESDAY AHD rBIDAT BT tbk cmzES rvsustmro cnurAirr. Entered as second-class matter, at the post otace. Honesdale. Pa. SUBSCRIPTION: IL50 a teas, a advakce E. B. HARDENBERQII, - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SKCY DIBBCTOB8 S a it, txmranroKB. m. b. auxh. HKHRY WIL80X. E. B. HAKDK5BERQfI. W. W. WOOD. FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 1909. Do not wait for opportunities. Im prove yourself constantly, and you will have all the opportunities you can use. Make yourself a power in yourown world and yon will soon be wanted in a larger world. Make up your mind clearly and firm ly what you want in this life, and be determined to get it. You cannot fail if you continue to stand unflinchingly upon your original resolve. Though you do not get it as soon as you desired, there is no need of giving up. You have the power to get what you want and you will positively get it, if you continue to use that power. News of the devastation wrought by the earthquake in Italy...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 January 1909

tew 1 spent i wnnn pniiiMNK NOTICE. The Biinunl meeting of Stock holders of Milanville llrldeo Company, (or election ot officers, and other business, will be held at the office of T, J. Kramer, on Mon day, Jan. 4th. 1900, at 10 o'clock A. M. CHAKLfcs E. UKACII.Hccrctary. BAIT FI8IT FOR SAI.K.-Apply to Henry Parish. 380 Klyer street. WANTED 1000 cords of Kxcelslor Wood, to be delivered at the mill of J. II. Keen. Son A Co., In Canaan township, near Kecn'spond. POK 8ALK A good two-seated Slcleh. reasonable. Inquire Hotel Wayne. 45tf .FOIl SALB Itay house, on East Extension street. Larce lot with sixty feet front. M.E. Simons. 33eoltf 1UO AI'HKH WARM Iixvl hlllt(llll!s tor I. sale or exchange for a house In Honesdalepr jinwiey. jus, HiititnuAutvu, iiuwhj. i u. x I FOHDID nil persons to remove hay from the estate of Clifford L. Chapman. UKO. A. 'CHAPMAN. Administrator . FOlt BALK-Lot and building located at 1120 Main street. Enquire or write C. Ulbbs, Honesdale. Pa. 3tf HOLIDAY PUKKITUK...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 January 1909

Correspondence 1 r Items Gathered by- THE CITIZEN STAFF Dreher. Dec. 28th. Henry Heflley aged 61 years and a former resident of this town ship, died Deo. 25th at Throop, Lacka wanna county. He was only sick a few days with quinsy. Iuterment was made at Throop on Dec. 27th. Deceased was born in Dreher and was a son of Jacob and Christiue Heffley. He is survived by a wife and daughter, two sisters namely, Mrs. Mary Schrader, of Ledge dale. Mrs. Louise Breyer, of Los Ange les, California, and one brother, J. J . j Heffley, residing on the homestead in Dreher. Edith Simons, a student at Syracuse University, is spending her vacation at the home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Simons. Dr. Decker, of Philadelphia, is the guest of relatives and friends in New foundland. Effle Kerr, of Scranton, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Kerr. A. E. Hause, of South Bethlehem, is visiting relatives and friends in Dreher. Archie Brown, of Pond Eddy, spent Christmas at his home in Drehe...

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