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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 June 1910

TUB WEATHER On Wednesday fair anil continued warm weather will prevail, with light variable winds, mostly northwest and westerly. tc K" Jf tr 1? Jf JC JO SO JC t? 1? JO K K" C. y fe Scml-VVcckly Founded y' V. 1908 V; f, Y Weekly Founded. 1844 J o . fc jt t jt j j X? K 0 l K tn rgan 5 fA waync uou V, V. 1 1 J REPUBLIC PARTY 1 6 I ca 5 i$ 3$ tvt fcjt fH L 67th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1910. NO. 47 L 150 MEN GET BACK Mm MSI MSP 1 sc OAS CLASS DAY HAS PROFITABLE PROGRAM Mil. HILLER I Hi. LIVERS AIIIjH BACCALAURE ATE COMMENCEMENT EXER CISES CLEVERLV CARRIED OUT IX AUDITORIUM. As usunl. the most entertaining part of the commencement period was the class day exercises, which were held Thursday night In the auditorium. A good-sized audience enjoyed it. and the Lyric orchestra played. The address of welcome by David Peterson contained some humorous ; points and the speaker did not for get the six B's Barberl, Berger, , I3odie, Bunnell, Brown and Beatrice. The clas...

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 June 1910

Tin: citizhx, AVKPNKsr.vi, jfXK in, 1010. THE LIGHTS OF . . THE ORIENT American Schools lit Turkey and Hgypt. Speclnl to The Citizen. It lin8 been the glory of America that our government was not in any manner tied up as tho European powers arc In dealing with the east ern question. This fact has given n free hnnd to Americans In tho ad vancement of educational and mis sionary enterprises, which hnvo been more potent In the orient In forward ing modern civilization and unread Jng the principles of human liberty than all the chancelleries of Europe put together. It Is a continual surprise to the traveller In Turkey and Egypt to see how rapidly the people are passing from a state of mind which was con tent with a government of absolute Ism, unspeakably cruel and corrupt, like that Abdul Hamld, toward ideals of Individual liberty and per sonal responsibility. It is not too much to claim that the secret of this change may be traced to tho schools and colleges established for the most pa...

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 June 1910

THE CITIZEN, AVEDNESDAV, JUNE IB, 1010. J IN PENNSYLVANIA. 1 tMtltltttH After spending n grent part of his life In vcrlouB penal Institutions for horso stealing, Peter Zimmerman, alias John Snyder, 87, was released from the Western penitentiary after serving a 10-year term. Tho aged prisoner said as ho left tho institu tion thnt he was "too old to work and would soon ho back." A pleasant announcement mndo at a recent meeting of the Scrnnton Fourth of July committee was that there are good prospects that tho widow of Gen. Phil II. Sheridan will attend tho dedication of tho monu ment in his honor now being erected on court house square. An Invita tion has been sent to her nnd If she comes she will be the honored guest. Should sfie nttend she probably will be accompanied to Scrnnton by Gen. Michael Sheridan, a brother of tho dead general. The class of 111 10 placed their pen nant on tho fig pole of tho Corry High school building over 100 feet In the nlr and removed all mentis to reacli...

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 June 1910

THE C1TIZKN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE IB, 1010 THE CITIZEN PUBLISHED EVKRT WEDNESDAY AND FI11DAY BY THE CITIZEN PUBLISHING COMPANY. Entered as ecooiut-clnss ninttcr. at the post omcc. Honesdale. l'n. SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 K, B. HAKDKXIIEIIGII, PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SKC'Y Dinrcrona: c. n. DonrLiNtinit. m. n. allek. HENRY WILSON. E. II. UAIIDENnEIiQII. W. W. WOOD. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, tlMO. ItKI'UUIilCA N Tl C K ET. For Congress, C. C. PRATT. For State Senator, WINFRED D. LEWIS. COUNTY. Representative, II. C. JACKSON. Ililliiml Hrucc nf Norwich, Conn., late nssoolato editor of the 1'ensn coin (Kla.) .Journal mid previously inniinghiK editor of the Raleigh (X. C.) Evening Times, hns assumed the posit ion of editor of Tin Citl.en. V. W. Wood continues as manager of the paper. The June bride may need her fur coat and her mittens at the altar, the way the crisp, cool summer seems to be steering for us now. Anyway, that tiresome Ballinger Plnchot hearing has demonstrated Ollie James, the ...

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 June 1910

niE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE IB, 1010. I CENT A WORD COLUMN! WANTED A competent young man to net ns city and vicinity re porter for' this paper. We want a man willing to devote Ills whole time to the Job. The man who can fill the bill will have a permnnent position at good pay. All communications will be treated ns confidential. Ad dress mannger of The Citizen. FOIt SALE One 2-year-qld Orange county Holsteln bull. Spots are nil right on him. P. h. URA MAN. IndinnOrchnrd, Pa. 3t FOU SALE CHEAP Set bath room fixtures, tub. lavatory and closet; also two doors and one plat form spring delivery wagon. P. G. TEUWILLIGEIt, Honesdale, Pa. 2t. AIjIj porMHis are forbidden tres passing on my property nt Adams Lake, Genungtown, under penalty of law. ALONZO J. WILLIAMS. 3t PAItTNEK WANTE! The un dersigned offers half interest In the Tavares Herald olllce, Tavares, Fla. Organ of Democratic party for Lake county and only paper at the county seat. Copy of the Herald may be seen at "Citizen" olllce....

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

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1C, 1010. The Scrap Book Yet, Ho Knew the Tlmo. A quiet, bashful sort of a young fiM low was ninklng a call on a Cnpltoi j hill girl ono evening not so very long ago when her fa titer came into the parlor with his watch In his h n n d. It was nbout half past 1) o'clock. At the in o m o n t t h young man was standing on n chair, straighten ing a plctiiroover the piano. The girl had asked him to (Is It. As he turned the old gentleman, n gruff, stout fol- "DO YOU lUiOff WHAT low, Said: TIME it is?" "Y oung man, do you know what time It isV" The bashful youth got off the chair nervously. "Yes, sir." ho replied. "1 was Just going." He went into the hall without any delay and took his hat and coat. The girl's father fol- ? lowed him. As the caller reached for the doorknob the old gentleman ngnin asked him if he knew what time It was. "Yes. sir," was the youth's reply. "Good nightl" And bo shot from the house without wnltlng to put his coat on. After the door h...

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 June 1910

THIS CITIZEN, WKDNHSDAV, JUXJ3 IB, J010. It. ":s;- POIJIV NOTES BY C.M.BARNIT2 rCORKESPONTJENCE SOLICITED CTheso articles and Illustrations must nnl be reprinted without special permis sion. SHADE ESSENTIAL. "How do you prefer chicken broiled, stowed, deviled, fried, roasted or baked alive?" "Baked alive?" Yes, some folks bake their fowls alive, when n vine, tree, sunflowers or artificial shade would afford retreat from heat. Yes, fowls love a sun bath. They Bprcad out their wings and tails, loosen their plumage and Incline ARTIFICIAL SHADE. their bodies to catch the virtue of every ray Sun is good for their health, llfo to their feathers warmth and cheer. But with hens, as with humans, there's a limit. Then, sun gets to bo enervating. prostrating. - It paralyzes, stunts, kills. A bog knows enough to como In out of the sun. He pulls for his puddle and loses all of himself but bis snout. Fowls often don't have a chance to escape. Their owners famish a house and yards nnd think tho bi...

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 June 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE ir, 1010. C&GO00OQXOOQOQXXXXX)QXX)0QQQOOQQOQOOQOGOQQOQQQGaQ0Z A CHAT WITH OUR NEIGHBORS I OOOOCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXCXXXOOCOOOOOOOOOOOCXXXXCX3CXXGO BETHANY. The Methodist ccntenninl Is now a thing or the past, but it will long bo remembered by those -In attend ance. The meetings were very much enjoyed and largely attended. Wed nesday evening .loslnia Brown had charge of the devotions and Rev. W. II. Hlller preached the anniversary sermon. Thursday afternoon Ilov. Race of Scranton, the oldest living minister who served on this charge, preached a line sermon and Hev. Zwelzlg of Carley Brook led the de votions. In the evening Hev. Tran sue of Jackson, a former pastor, preached from the text, "Behold the man." ills many friends were glad to hear him again. Rev. A. C. Oliver had charge of the devotions. Friday nfternoon four, all the min isters here, spoke on personal recol lections of their stay here. It is good to know that they keep in mem ory only the bri...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 June 1910

A JO h" K C IT JP tr 0 c t? i? iC t? Scml-Wcckly Founded 1908 v- Weekly Founded, 1844 v k w J , w . i J J J t? tf v r tr tf r jp t? jc . Wnync County Organ M- ' of the A REPUBLICAN PAR. .s tt .:t k L4 bi jt jt j? S 33 67th YEAR. HONBSDALB, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, -JUNE 17, 1910. NO. 48 GRIM THE WINNER NAMED BY THE DEMOCRATS FOR GOVERNOR OVER Wm. II. BERRY, MAN GUFFY CROWD WOULDN'T NOMINATE FOR HEAD OF TICKET PRICE FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. State Senator Webster I). Grim, a lawyer in Doylestown, Bucks county, waa nominated for governor by the Democratic convention at Allentown yesterday. He got 101 votes to 109 for Wm. H. Berry, the man Col. Jim Uuf fcy, the state .boss of the Democrats, didn't want. Samuel B. .Price of Scranton was named for lieutenant-governor, James I. Blakeslee of Carbon county for sec retary of internni affairs, and Samuel 15. I'liillon of Somerset for treasurer. Philadelphia, June 10. Democrats nil over Pennsylvania are today dis cussing the rundldntes named at ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 June 1910

THE CITIZEN', FRIDAY", JUNK 17, 1010. HURT FIR IIS New Element of Mystery In Chariton Gass. WHEN TEDP ' COMP HO'1 Tha Juno s Para-si r, die; H:'5 H Greet H EXPLORING VESSEL 1 FLIGHT AFTER MAN'S ARREST "Elfrida Ducher's" Strang Actions at Time of Lake Como Trunk Murder Causes New Hunt by the Italian Police. Mllnn, Italy, June 14. .V woman of Mystery Is today being sought Ity the Itallnn police In connection with the Chnrlton trunk mystery. This woninn disappeared Immediately nfter the nr rest of Spotnloff, the Russian, on sus picion of having slnln Mrs. Porter Chnrlton nud possibly her huslmiul, who.jillve or dend, cnunot be found. The hunt for this woninn ndds n new problem to the perplexing mystery. What pnrt she Is supposed to have ployed In the crime the police will not explnln, but that she Is badly wanted Is clear from the pnlnstaklng measures which have been adopted to apprehend her. On June 0 the woman went to the Hotel Jolauda In the village of Uer nobblo, not fnr from the C...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 June 1910

THE CITIZEN, FMDAY, JUNE 17, 1010. oooockxxxoooooooooooo i n 'v P"VFfnH!l A CHAT WITH LALLb MMl OUR NEIGHBORS &mMne Friar Land Sales 5ocxkoocoooooooxx Denounce I in House. WHITES VALLEY. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chnrles Lewis of Thompson have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Meade. Mrs. Genevieve Miller of Pleasant Mount visited Mrs. O. C. Miller last week. Miss Anna Tiffany Is spending sev eral days with Mrs. Bert Miller. Bom, to Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Bonhnm, a son June 10. The funeral of Miss Mary Hnggcr ty, sister of Peter Haggerty, was held Monday morning at Hill Top church. It was largely attended. Miss Nellie Gleason of Washington Is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. G. N. Bonham. Word was received last week of the death of Charles Hacker of Se attle, Wash., brother of D. E. Hacker of this place. His property is to be Mr. and Mrs. Hlchard Jay, of Maderia, Cnl., arrived last week for a east. Mr. Jay left here 21 years ago, 1 FORMER SECRETARY AGCUSED, going to California and has resided t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 June 1910

TUB CITIZEN, FIU1UY, JUNE 17, 1010. THE CITIZEN TUBUBIir.D EVERY WEDNESDAY AND mlDAY BY THE CITIZEN rilRLiSlllNQ COMrANT. Entered as Bccond-clnss mntter, at the post olllcc. llonesdnle. l'n. SUBSCRIPTION 1.50 K, B. IIAKDKN'IlKltGII, - PHKSIDKNT V. W. WOOD. - MANAGE!! AND SKC'Y 1IILMAKD nitUOK - KDITOH DIRECTORS: c. n.noRFLiNGt.n. m. n. allen. HENRY WILSON. E. B. HARDENnEKdll. W. W. MOOD. ritlDAY, JUNE 17, 11)10. ltEPUllLICAN TICKET. For Congress, C. C. PRATT. For Stnte Senntor, WINFHED D. LEWIS. COUNTV. Representative, H. C. JACKSON. "Our murderous Fourth" a Port Jervls preacher called it. Strong language, but pretty moderately ver acious after all! Three or four real warm days, one right after the other, and the conser vative Wayne county citizen will bid the winter understuff sklddoo. Hut will we get 'em! And after all that rain, Wayne county pastures are said to be not much more than half what they should be. Must we move to Alaska7 Washington will be the Deserted Village tomorro...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 June 1910

r niK CITIZEN, FRIDAY, .U'NH 17, 1010. I CENT A WORD COLUMN eiQieiiieieieieii6 WAXTICD A competent young man to net ns city nnd vicinity re porter for this pnper. We want n man willing to devote his whole time to the Job. The man who can All the bill will have a permanent position at good pay. All communications will bo treated ns confidential. Ad dress mnnngcr of The Citizen. FOR SAM3 One 2-year-old Orange county Holstein bull. Spots arc all right on him. P. L. BRA MAN, Indian Orchard. Pn. 3t. FOR SAIiH C1IKAP Set bath room fixtures, tub. lavatory and closet; also two doors nnd one pint form spring delivery wagon. F. G. TERWILLIGER, Honesdnle, Pa. 2t. AIjIj persons arc forbidden tres passing on my property nt Adams Lake, Qenungtown. under penalty of law. ALOXZO J. WILLIAMS. 3t PARTXKR WANTED The un dersigned offers half Interest In the Tavnres Herald office, Tnvnres, Fin. Orgnn of Democratic party for Lake county nnd only paper at the county seat. Copy of the Herald may be seen tit...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 June 1910

THE CITIZEN, FlMDAl'i JUNE 17, 1010. FAM1 warn BY F.E.TRIGG CENTRAL POIHT ROGUE RIVER VALLEY OREGON correspondent: solicited This matter must not bo reprinted out special permission. THE CELERY BED. There Is no relish for tho table which Is more delicious thnu crisp, nutty flavored celery from the home garden, the growing of which Is In no sense n dllllcult matter. If one has not thought of tho matter In time to ralso plants from tho seed, which re quire two or three weeks to germinate, they may bo secured from a neighbor or market gardener. For early use there is no variety which Is superior to the Golden Self Illauchlng, but any variety that one can get will do well with proper care. The Important point Is to set out stalky, vigorous plants, taking care to pruno back both top and roots nt the time of transplanting. A simple plnn for the bed Is to re move about eight Inches of earth from a spot In tlio garden which will bo convenient for watering, pay 4 by 20 feet, or from a still ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 June 1910

THE CITIZEN', Fill DAY, JUNE 17, 1010. on 30 The U Housebreaker no The young man paused (or a mo ment at the foot of the steps nnd gave n quick glance at the house. Then ho ascended to tho porch and tried to open the door. Something prevented him tho key ho carried didn't tit, or tho door was bolted. Ho hesitated a moment as If unde cided. Then ho went around t e house find tried tho side door, nnd !.( rear door. Neither yielded to hlu ef forts. Evidently determined to en r he went to tho rear of the garage ' n 1 brought forth a ladder, Placing 'his ngntnst tho porch he ascended to 'lie roof and a moment later had disap peared through n roar window. And Marjorle Lane saw all this from the house. Her mother was away on a visit, tho maid was taking her afternoon out, nnd her father was ft his office. Marjorle had been reading In the little reception hall, when the man's footsteps on the porch next door aroused her. She looked out and 6aw him. Tho house next door had been un tenanted f...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 June 1910

THE CITIZEN, Fill DAT, JUNE 17, 1010. I rmiNTV I! LAKE COMO. A number from thia place attended Comniencenieii exercises of the Preston High School Monday. The W. C. T. V, held n parlor meeting nt Geo. Sherinans' Tuesday evening. Ada Mrnlicnnptt spent Monday in Hancock. Marion Decker and Miss Bessie Bryant were married at the M. K. parsonage June "th. LOOKOUT. Peter H. Cole spent the first part of the week at llonesdale. Lewis G. Hill made a trip to Ring haniton on Friday, returning Saturday. Joel G. Hill, who has betm confined to his bed. two weeks, does not gain so rapidly as his friends could wish. Jesse Hatheway is at West Damascus, doing some mason work for Will Seh weighoter. Macgie and Lydia 1'lynn spent Tues day at Equlnunk. Orvls Uutledge, who has been at his home at Galilee the past week on account of sickness, returned to Mr. Teeple's on Sunday. Hew and Mrs. Cautant are enter taining the former's mother and aunt from New York the past week. MILANVILLE. Mr. Stewart of Bingh...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 June 1910

THE WEATHER Wednesday fair weather and nearly stationary temperature wilt prevail with light rarlalilo winds. V C T K tC tC t? j? h K tC K" 0 tC h" Seml-VVcckly Founded k 1908 yi ttaett t? t? H' & t? t? i? c W W t? & t? I. M Wayne County Organ k. of the 1 k Weekly Founded, 1844 $ republicaimTrty 5 J .s j jjM!Wj w 8 & & & & & j vst t 67th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1910. HIT B THE FLUID THE CASE of 7 JNO 49. YVAYXE HAZEX AND JOSEPH OLEMO HAVE CliOSH CALL IX SATURDAY'S THUNDERSTORM UOTH STUXXEI) AS THEV IjAY UXDEIt HOAT. The Bethany correspondent of The Citizen writes: There was no special damage done In this village by the electric storm of Saturday afternoon. The most serious happening was the striking of two young men, Wayne Hazen and Joseph Clemo. at Second pond, where they had gone to flsh. When the storm came up they were on the shore, eating their lunch. The boat they turned up and the steel llshlng rod Is suppos ed to have ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 June 1910

TI1E CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1010. SNAPSHOTS AT CELEBRITIES J. W. Folk, Who Aspires to the Presidency. Joseph W. Folk, former governor of Missouri, Is tin avowed candidate for presidential honors. At a recent ban quet In St. Louis whero Democrats of all factions gathered be announced the principles on which bo will seek the presidential nomination on tbo Demo cratic ticket in 1012. Mr. Polk said; nThe doctrine of equal rights should be a living, vital and controlling force In the government. The Democratic party should Insist upon the stamping out of graft and corruption from every department, the eradication of nil special favors, boun ties, subsidies and a tariff for nny pur pose other than revenue." Other principles named by Mr. Folk were the preservation of tho right of tkn states to self government, the re striction of American territory to tho western hemisphere, the extension of trade by revising the restriction upon commerce, an Income tax, the election of United States...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 June 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1010. IN THE WORLD OF SPORT Ty Cobb Wants to Become a Pitcher. Not satisfied with being called cham pion batter, base runner and the best right Holder In the American league, Ty Cobb of tho Detroit Tigers Is after more honors. The Tiger star wants to become a pitcher. Nearly every day before the game starts ono can see Tyrns hurling the sphere to his com rades, trying to put all kinds of twists on the ball. Some of his teammates say that with more practice Cobb will do. He has a spittcr that many of tho major leaguers would envy. But as Cobb is of more uso to the Tigers as a right fielder, batter and base runner than he would be as a pitcher the chances are that ho will never have the honor of doing duty in the bos in a regular game. To Swim English Channel. A most determined effort will be made to swim the English channel this season. It is nearly thirty-five years since Captain Webb paddled across, and, though many attempts have been made, not one ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 June 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1010. THE CITIZEN fUBI.lSIlF.D EVERY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY BY IUE CITIZEN rVBLleillNQ COMrANY. Kntered ns second-clnss matter, at the post olllce. Honesdale. l'n. SUBSCRIPTION 11.50 K. B. HAltDENHEKGH. - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SKC'Y IIIt.t.IAllD I1RUCE - - - EDITOR DIRECTORS. C. n. DORFUNOER. M. E. ALLEN. QKKRY WILSON. E. R. llARDENBEROH. W. W, WOOD. WEDNESDAY, .1 UN E 22, 11110. DEPUIUilCAX TICKET. For Congress, C. C. PRATT. For Stnte Senntor, W1NFRED D. LEWIS. i COUNTY. Representative, H. C. JACKSON. Lenve the Keystone stnte nlone for originality! At a Harrfsburg comet party the other day Halleys had n tail. The latest report says Col. TEDDY, on disembarking, will go right straight to Oyster Bay and there proceed to be mum as an oyster. Now, from whnt you've rend in the newspapers about him the past 15 years, do you believe that? As the result of n country senn tor's GRIM determination to land the Pennsylvania . governorship, Democrats ...

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