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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 May 1910

niK CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1010. A WUKU COLUMN "WANTED Board for small famr lly In private house. B, Citizen of fice. r 2t LOST A signet ring with the let ters II. S. H. A reward will be given ' if left at 108 Tenth street. 2tj AVANTED House or apartments for small family. V, Citizen offlce. 2t FOR SALE Honesilale National Bank stock, 23 shares, or any part thereof, at $1CG per share. Warren P. Schenck, Honesdale, Pa. 30t2 j WANTED A girl who under stands washing and paraffining glass. Apply at once in person or by 'phone. Clinton Cut Glass Co., Aldcnvllle, Pa. 2t. , ! WANTED A man to work on farm. Apply to L. G. Iloff, Cherry Itldge, K. F. D. No. 2. 39to3. I "Oil SAIjK A horse, 5 years old; broko double and single; good driv er; weight Is 1050; price $175. C. LOZIER, Aldcnvllle, Pa. 3St2 WANTED A kitchen girl at Ho tel Wayne. 38t3. WAXTKI) A girl for general house work. Good home to the right party. Apply to C. C. Lozler, Alden vllle. Pa. tU HOW will you trade sewing ma chines...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 May 1910

THE CITIZEN, WKDNKSDAY, MAY 18, 1010. CHOICE MISCELLANY He Refused a Million. According to un Itnltmi newspaper. Glovniml Uovlu, member uf tho Italian parliament and n writer, wan recently approached by n French hnuUcr who wished Bovln to allow IiIh untne to ho used In connection With n matter of business to glvo the scheme character. Tno service, ho Insinuated, would he worth a round million to Bovla, who declined It, however, without n mo ment's hesitation. "Thcro Is 110 law," ho wrote, "against my complying with your request, but It would bo n crime nevertheless, i'ou who havo lived In Naples and others must know that 1 live from hand to mouth with ' my family .by teaching and by writing nnd that the accumula tion of a million would bo nu Impos sibility from that source. But my work makes mo independent, nnd the million would bo superfluous. You say that no ono in Homo would know, that nil would bo kept secret, but would not 1 know It? You bankers may leave your consciences at th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 May 1910

TIIK CITIZEN, WKDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1010. POETKY, NOTES IVY C.M.BAfcNITZ PA. C DRREST ONDEXCE SOLICITED ITheso articles anil Illustrations must not bo reprinted without special permls alon. THE OLE BAR'L CHURN. The old oaken bucket Has hod a bis pufT. That moss covered bucket, Tou bet, wns the stuff. But, say, there bo others That should havo their turn; By eolly, now, there's My Sal's ole bar'l churnl Twas mado of olo hickory, Tlio staves thick an' strong, An' the smooth, rounded handle Was straight an' real long. But, oh, when sweet Sally Turned that crock of cream, An' It poured In the churn In a rich golden stream, An' she worked that Ions handle With her dimpled, plump arms My heart was upset With her thousand sweet charms. When she patted that butter Into sweet Golden rolls My heart was a-splutter. I Just up an' told "Oh, Sally, my sweetheart, What butter you churnl Oh, won't you coma 'lone An' my butter turn?" "Why, of course I'll bo 'Ions!" An' her face she upturns. "An' we'll ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 May 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1W, 1010, OOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOS 1 A CHAT WITH OUR NEIGHBOR OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ALDENVILLE. , Mr. nnd Mrs. Francis Cralgo have 1 been gueats nt tho home of C. II. Wllmarth. Mrs. Wm. T. Gu nun oo and chil drcn are spending a few days with relatives in Scrnnton. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tend and children were also recent guests at C H. Wilmarth's. A base ball game was played be tween the l'leasant Mt. team and tho Aldcnvlllo team last Saturday which resulted in fnvor of Aldenvllle. Mrs. James Walker, of Forest City, was a caller In tho village on Friday. The first number on tho com mencement program of the Clinton High school class of 1910 will be a recltnl and musical by Miss Rachel Mettler of Dickinson Seminary, Wllliamsport, which will be held in the M. E. church on Friday evening, tln Onl. I.ritrlt.t.tnrr o U n'nlnnlf Admission 10 and ir, cents. MiS9 Mettler has had considerable experl- 1 ence and draws a large crowd. I The second ...

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 May 1910

THIS WKATHKIt I'Vldny fnlr weather and slightly loner temperatures will prcvnll, with light westerly winds shifting to southwesterly. v tc t? c so tf tr tc re tr tc k jo o to jo jo Semi-Weekly Founded r. Wayne ty Organ 2 1908 v' 1 Y REPUBLlfswN PARTY I Weekly Founded, 1844 J k" J & ,J J , , j j jt Jt Jt Jt j & If M j jx js je 67th YEAR. HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1910. NO. 40 sttTTEBiam Exploding Dynamite Kills 100 Men In Cuba. CAUSE OF DISASTER UNKNOWN Owing to Race Trouble, Soldiers Were Loading Explosives For Shipment ' When Crash Came Massive Building Destroyed. Havana, May IS). Military "Ulcers sire today rigidly Investigating the two almost simultaneous explosions of dy uaniite, 3,000 pounds lu nil, which de molished the rural guard barracks in the city of Plnnr del Rio and killed fully a hundred persons and wouuded nearly as many more. Captain Alfredo Itavuna and Captain Caspar Bolnncourt of the garrison and their families are reported to he hurled I...

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 May 1910

THE CITIZKN, ritlDAV, MAY 20, 1010. MP ACCjDENTS. Manufacturers Talking of Safeguarding Workmen. RBATf rE5HrP FLORiDA p.ff. s HISS E.L.FLEMING . Y LiJB Roll of HONOR Attention is called totno STRENGTH jf the 500,000 INJURED EVERY YEAR. Wayne County Committee of National Convontlon of Factory Owners Reports Favorably on Importation of Labor Object to Increased Freight Rates. - ' r:lU '.'i' -'m J&m. New York, Mny 17. At today's meet ing of the Xntlnntil Association of JlnnufiK'tnrors (lie greatest Interest centered In a discnsslon of the ques tion of the prevention of accidents to worklngmcn. The association has found by Inquiry that about 500,000 workmen are In jured by accident In this country each year, entailing a loss of millions of dollars aside from the physical dam age to the victims, and It wants to llnd n way to lessen this loss and better the conditions. Yesterday the chief questions dealt with were lire prevention. Interstate commerce and immigration. A committee recom...

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 May 1910

T1IK CITIZEN, FJHDAY, MAY JJO, 11)10. 3 JOHN KEAN. Now Jersey Senator Expect to Be ..Candidate Again. Washington, .May 17 -"1 expect U be a candidate," said Senator John Kean of New Jersey when his atten tion was directed to a report that lie would retire from the senntorshlp race In that state. USED "CANNON" BALLOTS. Peculiar Testimony at Trial of Tam many Leader. New York, May 17. The trial In the supreme court of Hoswell D. Williams and hl.s six lieutenants for conspiracy to violate the primary law last fall in the Seventeenth assembly district, of which Williams Is Tammany leader. Is bringing out many revelations concern Ins Tammany methods. Testimony concerning a "cannou," a term new to many of the jurors, proved Interesting. Patrick II. O'Connor testified that he was a watcher for Daniel A. Golden, who ran against Williams for leader and didn't get a vote, according to the olllelal returns. O'Connor was on duty In the polling place, where he delivered 'SM Golden ballots on the...

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 May 1910

1 T11K CITIZEN, Kill DA Y MAY 20, 1010. THE CITIZEN rUBUBIIKD EVfillT WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY UT THE CITIZEN PDIlMSHlNa COMPANY. Knteredas srcoml-clnss matter, nt tho post ntllcc, llonesdnlc. l'n. SUBSCRIPTION ?1.B0 B, II. IIAHDKNIIKKOH. - I'llKSIDKN'T W. W. WOOD. - - MANAOEK AND SKC'Y Dir.EcronB: O. II. DORfMNnER. M.n.AM.KN. UKNRY WILSON. It. II. II ARDKNItERCllt, W. W. WOOD. KIUDAY, MAY UO, 101 0. Vultures arc the scavengers of tlio South, and their principal meanB of defence Is their vomit. The Citizen has taken notice of re peated instances of graft on the part of Editor Hnlnes In dealing with the county, and ho, unable to make any denial, stands self-convicted in the premises. With the peculiar art of the cuttle-fish, he attempts to evade observation by discharging an inky flood of 111-odored rhetoric of the Billingsgate order. As It Is not worth while to stir up the pool in which ho Is thus hiding, wo shall yield to his anxiety to escape notice, and pay him no further attention o...

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 May 1910

fHE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1010. CENT A WORD 1)11. 1IARNET GOLDEN, the cyo specialist, will lie al tho Allen Houaa on Wednesday, Mhy 25th, and nt the Park View Hotel, Hawley, on Thurs day, May 2Cth. WANTED Hoard for small fam ily In private house. 13, Citizen of fice. 2t LOST A signet ring with tho let ters II, S. H. A reward will be given If left at 108 Tenth street. 2t WANT 130 House or apartments for small family. V. Citizen ofllce. 2t FOR SALE Honcsdale Natlonnl Hank stock, 23 shares, or any part thereof, at ?1G5 per shnre. Warren I Sehcnck, Honesdale, Pa. 39t2 WANTED A girl who under stands washing and paraffining glass. Apply at once in person or by 'phone. Clinton Cut Glass Co., Aldenvllle, I'a. , 2t. WANTED A man to work1' 'on farm. Apply to L. G. HoiT, Cherry Ridge. R. F. D. No. 2. 39to3, KOIt SALI3 A horse, 5 years old? broke double and single; good'drlv er; weight Is 1050; price ?17Gi C. C. LOZIER, Aldenvllle, Pa. 39t2 WANTED A kitchen girl at Ho tel Wayne. 3813,. KOIt ...

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 May 1910

I THE CITIZEN, FIU,IAY MAY 20, 1010. 0- Scrap Book They All Told Him. Tho old gentleman from the bark lots wns holding up a line of passen gers nt tlio ticket olllce of u Chicago (tuition the other day. "I want a ticket to New York." "Twenty dollars." "What? Twenty dollars? Tho last time 1 went It was only tent" "Twenty dollars, please." "How long has the faro been raised? I ain't got no ?20!" "Twenty dollars Is the fare. Hurry upl" "I ain't going to pay no twenty. I know I only put up ten last time." "Then get out of the way. Don't jou seo you're Holding up all these people? If you want to go to New York It will cost you ?20. Move on!" "Where can I go for $10, then?" Well, tbe lino of people told him In one emphatic monosyllable. The Test. I look Into my neighbor's eyes And twist a smllo Hint's strangely trrlm. I'm thinking. Would ho teel surprise To know just what I think ot him? I imzo Into my dear friend's face, And with this thought my soul Is stirred: What revolution would lak...

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 May 1910

THE UT1ZRN, KltlJMY, MAV 20, 1010. Copyright, cnAPTErt xiv. IT was nearly S o'clock when the Cherub was landed at his city hotel and 0 before ho had finish d dinner, no had Just ordered his second demi tasse when he heard his namo being "paged" through the grill room. Hold ing up a forefinger to admit his Iden tity, he was handed a cablegram of four sheets, with toll charges marked "collect" The ever ready McQuadc had lived up to his reputation. In ono day he had unearthed all that was to be learned of the history of Count Lulgl Salvatorc y Vecchi. On page 1 were recorded the facts concerning the birth, parentage and early childhood of the count. Pago 2 took him on to youth, when ho be gan to have escapades which had be come matters of public record. rage 3 was largely devoted to accounts of bis rumored engagements and brief statements concerning two duels in which he had been concerned. It was while hastily skimming the last sheet that Sir. Devine was moved to ex claim, with explos...

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 May 1910

r i THK CITIZEN, l-'IUDAY, MAY 20, 1010. g C0OW0O0OOOX)00(XXXX)OOOO0C)0O0O0OOOOOOOOOOOOOO0CXXXO A CHAT WITH OUR NEIGHBORS CXGOOOaOOOOOGDCCOOGOOOOOOOCXCCXC USWICK & LAKEVILLE. I Quito an excltotncnt prevnilcd nt IVWclc on Sunday afternoon when ii lire was discovered In the forest, and the fire warden sent one of the men to the telephone to call out tho ncarhy neighbors to fight the lire, whlih hnd spread over to the Bone nidge rood. It burned over about one hundred acres. The men soon hnd the flro under control and put It out. , Mrs. Tracy James, of Bohemia, is visiting .Mrs. C. W. I'ennell at Us wlck at present; she has also been visiting Mrs. A. Coble nt Lakcville. Florence Seeger Is quite 111. They took her to Hawley to see Dr. Hod man yesterday. He says she has tak en a sudden cold. Mrs. Kntte Daniels Is now able to ride to Hawley to visit the doctor and get medicine. Fred Relncke, of Hawley, viBltcd his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Relnckc, at Uswlck on Sunday. Mr. Dyer, of...

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 May 1910

THE WEATHEIl -Wednesday pnrtly cloudy weather will prevail, nnd on Tlmrsdny fair weather, with nearly stationary temperatures. tr - tr k t? to io y .v jo jf s tr X K" Scml-Wcckly Founded j 1908 v- J Weekly Founded. 1844 J .. o .s .s ,s ot J jt & & & j & jo K jo if t? rr t? H xf tc S v ayne County Organ sr 1 V. PfcPIJR N PARTY jt J. j MMt & j .3 67th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1910. NO. 41 Tl BATTLESHIPS Citott 5 ft? IIM STAND; Mrs. Adorns Tells or Her Daughters Tra W. SEYLER IN CHEERF I KOOD. Alleged Murderer of Girl Smiles and Bows In Courtroom at Trial of I Sensational Crime Prosecution Strengthens Its Case. Mays Landing, N. J., May '24. Again today the courtroom was packed wlthl Interested men and women when the I trial of the Seylcr murder case wag ' resumed. Three members of the fnui- J Uy of Jane Adams, the girl whose death Is alleged to have been due to the murderous ferocity of William Seyler, the nn who is today fighting ; for hi...

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 May 1910

T1II3 CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1010. n :t 4- PAUPERIZING A PEOPLE llv WILLIAM K. (IIIIHONS. Special to Tho Citizen. 1 If one would sec the blight of sen-1 tlmental nlmsglving let him travel In tho Orient. Here he may see beg gary reduced to a science and fraud practiced as a line nrt. it is hardly too much to say that everyone looks for a present, man, woman, and child, the prosperous in his way, tliq starving and miserable for his dole. From one end of the lana to tho other, pcoplo of every language and every strain of blood utter one uni versal cry, "BACKSHISH." In Jaffa I saw n linked child sit ting astride its mother's shoulder, not yet three years old, stretch out its grimy paw while the filthy baby llpa exploded with the word, "Back shish." In Cairo they tell you that the word Is not of native origin, but an Importation from Syria, in Pal estine they trust It still further back toward Persia. That Is, the better class of people do this, the rest use tho word without shame. ...

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 May 1910

THK CITIZEN, WEDNEHPAl , MAI 2S, lf.10. BIG JOB 10 RAISE THE MAINE Tho 111-Fnteil Battleship to He Re moved Front Ilnvnnn Hnrlior. "They mny bo able to raise tho Maine, but It's going to bo a darn tough Job," said Cnpt. Louis Sorcho, the great deep sea diver, who was ono of tho eight chosen by the Govern ment to go down In tho wreck of that ill-fated man-of-war Immediately af ter it was blown up In Havana Har bor on Feb. IB, 1S08. "Wo reached tho harbor about six or seven days after the Bhlp had gone down, and after receiving our In structions picked out our places, with a good distance In between, so as to avoid any danger of getting our lines fouled, and also to cover a wide area. "Havana Harbor has no cleansing tide, merely a riso and fall. It Is like a huge basin, with a big niche on the side of the rim, through" which the water comes In aud runs out. "Now, the bottom of the harbor, because of this, Is a mass of mud, and as tho refuse and dirt of tho city is emptied here to a gr...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 May 1910

I Till! CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAY SW, 1010. THE CITIZEN TUBUBI1ED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND ml AY BY THE CITIZEN rUnUSlllKn COM TAN Entered as seconu-clnss nintter, nt tblpost omcc. uonesunic. in. sonscniPTioN n.co E. 0. HAKDKNllKltGH, PRESIDENT V. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SKC'Y niuixrroKs: c. n. Donru.NOF.n. m. n. ai.i.f.n. HENRY WILSON. K. H. HAIltlEMIIllHII. W. W. WOOD. WEDNESDAY, MAY '27,, 1IM0. Rev. Henry N. Coudon, tlie blind chaplain of the House of Representa tives nt Washington, D. C, astonish ed the members of that body last Friday, In his prayer for divine culdnnce by uttering these words "Since the purity of the homo de pends upon the purity of those who compose It, the character of the na tion depends upon the people who make up the nntlon. Help us. there fore, as Individuals to strive earn estly to cast out the beam from our own eye that we may see clearly to pull the mote out of our brother's eye. If we are to become muck rak ers, help s to rake before our own door, and if we...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 May 1910

THH CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, .MAY 25, 11)10. A WORD COLUMN 3toteteiieK?(OfotK?teietioieKS BIDS for bridge construction will be received by tho County Commis sioners at their olllce until 10 a. in., Juno 8, 1910, for the building of the following concrete bridges: 42 feet span over Holllster creek, Damas cus; 32 feet span over Paupack creek, near Holllstervllle; 10 feet arch at White Mills. 1'lnns and Specifications are on exhibition at tho Commissioners' olllce. 41t3 1H. IIAKXKT GOLllEX, tho eye specialist, will be at the Allen House on Wednesday, May 25th, and at tho Park View Hotel, Hawley, on Thurs day, May 26th. FOR SALE Ilonesdale National Bank stock, 23 shares, or any part thereof, at $1G5 per share. Warren P. Schenck, Honesdale, Pa. WANTED House or apartments for small family. V, Citizen office. 2t WAXTED A man to work on farm. Apply to 1,. G. lloff, Cherry Ridge. K. F. D. No. 2. 39to3. FOR SAIjK House containing ten rooms and bath, 30C Fourteenth street, Honesdale. Dwelling in ex...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 May 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1010. IN THE WORLD oH SPORT Fred Clarke, Pittsburg iJb tionals' Great Pilot. Fred Clnrko, manager of the Pitts burg world's champions, Is In his thirty-eighth year, but he la still able to play fast ball and Is confident of win ning another National league pennant. Clarke's method of handling the champions is one of strict discipline without much jollying. lie seldom compliments a player on his work, yet he never indulges in wild bursts of rage when a man makes a mistake, lie tells his men what to do in emer gencies, and they are supposed to fol low instructions. If they prove unwill ing or incapable they arc soon let out, Clarke filling their places with brighter men. The rirates' manager possesses plen ty of nerve and backbone. Ho plays no favorites and fears nobody. lie knows the game from tho Inside, and that means everything. His players respect him. and there is absolutely no friction. Nelson Wants to Stago Fight. Battling Nelson has outlined a ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 May 1910

THIS C1TIZKK, WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1010. THE BEAUTIFUL S She Had a Surprise In Store For t, m eu un I HIV Ml 14 1 I WIIW HHt By HARRIET LUMMIS. With Miss Mcrrlam tho Incredible liad happened. Sho was tired of hear ing thnt she was beautiful. From her earliest recollections strangers hnd ex claimed over her pretty face, and her lovers one nftor another had hung tho variations on the same theme. Miss Mcrrlam listened politely and found herself extremely bored. "To bo loved for your faco Is like being loved for your fortune," Miss Merrlam confided to her Journal. "Beauty hns wings just as truly as riches. If n man falls In love with your complexion, whnt Is ho going to do when you come down with the smallpox? If I were a pretty fool I might be prefectly sntlslled with things ns they are, but I know I'm worth lov ing for myself If only they had the sense to find It out." Unfortunately for themselves Miss Merrlnm's adorers never suspected her peculiar views. If there hnd boon one of their ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 May 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 11)10. OOOCOOOOOOOOOXXKXOCXXX)KXC00000000 OUR NEIGHBORS HAMLIN. Mrs. L. Hawthorne, of Scranton. I visited Mr. and Mrs. Amos Olver Inst Sundny. Upon her return she was accompanied by Mrs. Olrer. Miss Florence Hoyco entertained the Hook Club on the afternoon of May 18th. Dr. Joseph McKee and family of Philadelphia, have arrived In town, and expect to remain for the sum mer. They will occupy the Morgan House. Mrs. W. II. Alt nnd Lawrence Alt arc home from Big Pond. Miss Alice Hamlin entertained a comet party on Wednesday evening. Sirs. Frances Orchard has return ed from a two weeks' visit In Scran ton. Mrs. Salinda Jones nnd Mrs. R. II. Simons were Hawley visitors last week. At the last quarterly meeting of the M. E. church it was voted to In crease the annual salary of the min ister one hundred dollars. District Superintendent Murdock delivered a sermon In the M. E. church on Sunday, May l"ith. at 1:30 p. m. 1 Miss D. P. Hamlin has improved her grounds ...

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