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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 July 1910

0 mE citizen, Friday, july 8, 1010. CENT A WORD COLUMN! NEW POST CAltDS of Hones dale. 21 copyrighted. Nowvoch comes Lion, the first steam locomo tive run In America, North, River side and Central Parks, Main, Church, Court, Ninth, Tenth nnd Eleventh streets in which appear autos, new state bridge nnd Hotel Wayne, Carley Brook bridge, Union Station, Golf Club House, Park Lake and Dyberry river with boats, and Irving Cliff. All copyrighted by 3. B. Nielsen. 54eol3 MIST In the postolllcc on the Fourth, a yellow-handled umbrella, not valuable ns n rain lid but prized because It has travelled so. many miles with me. Reward. Hllllard Bruce, The Citizen. HARNESS, COLLARS and all kinds of horse goods at Murray Co., Honesdnle, Pa. 53t4 FOR SALE Kelly & Stelnmau brick factory building, Including en gine, boiler and shafting. Inquire of J. B. Robinson. 50tf. WE HAVE Hit) WAGONS ready for your Inspection, possibly we can make a deal. Come and see us. Murray Co.. Honesdale, Pa. 53t4 LOST A ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 July 1910

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, .U'LY 8, MUO. AND BEE KEEPING "V TREATING FOUL BROOD. Best Done When Honey Is Abundant In the Evening. Tho Minnesota Experiment Stntion has found that treatment for Ameri can Foul Brood Is best done when honey la abundant, and In the evening. Rwnove diseased comb, nnd shnke the boes Into their own hive, having first placed In tho hlvo clean frames with foundation starters. Let them build comb for four days. On the evening of the fourth day take out the combs which have been started, and which may be partly filled with diseased honey, shake the bees on to now frames with foundation starters, de stroying the comb nnd honey which they first made before other bees havo access to It. This, the officials of tho station state, should effect a cure. One's hands should bo thoroughly washed, and the tools used In this work carefully cleaned with boiling water or ilcohol to prevent contami nating another colony. The hives should also be disinfected previous to Inserting 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. — 8 July 1910

THE CITIZEN, Fill DAY, .IUIjY 8, 1010. The Doll 30 i Ho had more tin soldiers than ho was ablo to count, ho hnd n drum and a bnt and ball, a fire engine with real j bells on it, marbles nnd a black lamb J that mado a loud "baa" when ho wag-1 ged Its head. Hut he didn't have a doll. Ever since he could remember Norman had wanted a dolH From the time when ho saw the little girl in tho train hugging the baby to her he wnnted to have ono for his own. Ho Jiad been with his Aunt Martha at tho time, and hnd nsked: "What la thnt, 'tlsn't a really baby, is itr "It's a doll," she had replied, nnd" he hnd said no more at the time. But later, when the family was all assem bled he had remarked with irrelevan cy: "Mother, I wlsht I hnd a doll." "O, little sissy, little girl boy!" his aunt had returned. "The Idea of a l)oy wanting a doll. They're only for girls." And she had laughed at him. Norman hated to be laughed at worse than he hated anything else except to be called a little sissy, and he s...

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

THE CITIZEN, Fill DAY, JULY 8, 1010. OOCOOCKXXXXXOOOOOOOCXOOOOOOOCOOOOCOCCXCOCXOOOOCOQOOC A CHAT WITH OUR NEIGHBORS OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXX00000 USWICK & LAKEVILLE. I Sunday School and Odd Fellows Pic nic nil To Tho Good Vacation Items. Tho Fourth was a beautiful day for picnics and nearly everyone who was able to leave home was out. Tho Sunday school picnic was well attended. Among those from n dls-. tance were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Groner. Miss Hattle Bartleson and a friend of hers from Dunmore, Miss Melva Hosier from Pittston. Arthur Ammerman from the Maple City, Miss Carrie Gredleln and a friend from Cherry Kldgc, Mrs. Woodward and two daughters and grandchild from Hoadleys, Mrs. Lewis Curtis and daughter from Pink, John Pen nell and Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Carl ton nnd several others of Arlington. There were others that nttended the picnic from a dlstnnce whoso names we did not learn. The picnic was a RUCCOS8 financially. The sum of $17.76 was cleared after expenses were all paid. Th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 July 1910

TI1R WEATHER Wednesday fair to partly overcast weather will prevail, with slight temperature changes and light variable wlnd.r. tftPtcrrtif if-g x ic jr io to jp Waynelfflnty Organ v' iMth repuJIIan PARTY 1 Scml-Wcckly Founded ? fc 1908 3 Weekly Founded, 1844 J J Jl J 0 0 0 4 0 0 ! J J J 0 J 5w 67th YEAB. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1910. NO 55 LAKE ARIEL LINE Ctttpt owl MILS. LOKI), BADLY HURT IN SATURDAY'S RUNAWAY ACCI DENT. COMFORTABLE AS CAN" UK EXPECTED, THOUGH BROK K. IJOXKS WILL KKUI 11KU IX BED FOR SEVERAL WEEKS. I Mrs. Frank N. Lord, wife of Man ager Lord of the Allen house, who was dragged and badly hurt In a runaway accident at the golf! grounds, off High street, Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock, was said to day to be holding her own. Mr. Lord stated that his wife wns as comfortnble ns could be expected under the circumstances. Mr. and Mrs. Lord went for a drive between 4 and 5 that after-1 noon. They reached the golf grounds at the time stated. Mr. Lord...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 July 1910

'I THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 11)10. WHAT CONGRESS AGGOPLfSHEO i A Rctlew of Ihc Work of tho Session Just Closed Tho Goro Charflcs Tafl and tho Insurgents the Victors The Big Stick Still Doing Business Roosevelt and tho Congressional Campaign Why "Scotty" Could Not Keep Up. Uy JAMES A. EDGER-TON. Our Washington Correspondent. PERHAPS tho most Ecnsiitlonal episode of tho close of the Inst session of congress wns tho charge by Senator Thomas 1'. Gore 6f Oklahoma that there had been an attempt to bribe him to support certain Indian claims. It appears that a lawyer by tho name of McMurrny had made contracts with individual Indians to represent them in coal land and other transactions for a fee of 10 per cent of the value of such lands. The claims on these fees nmouuted to something like $3,000,000. and It was estimated that with other similar ones they might reach as high THOMAS r. oonc as $10,000,000. Gore asserted that not one penny's worth of service had been rendered In return...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 July 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1010. OOOOOOOOOOOCXKXXXXXXJOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC A CHAT WITH OUR NEIGHBORS )OOOOOOOOOOCXOOOOOOCXXKXOOOOOOOOCXX(XOOOOCXXCOOOOOCXK GOULDSBORO. House Party Mr. ltnl)lc(t Buried Edwmls Gaining Appendicitis. Air. nnd Mrs. M. J. Kclley have been entertaining a house pnrty nt their home, the Lackawannn Moun tain House. Their guests wero Wll llnn Kelley of Enston, Mrs. M. Dun leavy ot Pittston, Fred Kreis of Scranton nnd .Miss Katie Kelley of Scranton. Mr. nnd Mrs. Otto Hnmmormnn nnd sons, Detrnnce nnd Harold Wil liams, of Scranton, have been visit ing Mrs. Hammerman's pnrents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel Ott. O. B. Lay, president of the Lay & Balcom Mfg. Co., Portsmouth, Va., is the guest of It. W. Balcom at Hill crest. G. G. Smith is quite sick. It. B. Decker has been In New ark, N. J., attending the funeral of his nephew, Chnrles Babbett, who died last week Monday. Mrs. Bab bett is a sister of Mrs. Lizzie Sim ons of this plnce. Miss Eliza Sim ons ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 July 1910

TIIB CITIZEN, AVEDNE8DAY, JUIjY 1.1, 1010. THE CITIZEN rUBLlBBED EVERT WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY BY THE CITIZEN rUM.IBlltKCl COMTANY. Knteml as second-class mnttfr. at the post ofllce. Honesdnle. l'n. SUBSCniPTION 1.50 E. B. HAKDEN'llKItOH. - PKKSIDKNT W. W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SKO'Y BILLIARD BRUCE - EDITOR dikectorb: c. h. dorpunoer. m. ii. allen, henry w1lbo.v. e. ii. iiardenderqii. TV. W. TOOD. WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1010. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Governor JOHN K. TENER. Kor Lleutcnnnt Governor JOHN M. REYNOLDS. Secretary of Internal Affairs HENRY HOUCK. State Treasurer CHAS. P. WRIGHT. For Congress, C. C. PRATT. For State Senator, WINFRED D. LEWIS. COUNTY. Representative, H. C. JACKSON. All teachers with state certificates who have put in two years are to get not less than $50 a month. Good! , At any rate, the comet did not squelch the corn. That's coming in Wayne county as it seldom has corac hefore. All railroad men will watch and wait for the time when the Curtiss or Hamilton aeroplane,...

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

flIE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JULY J3, 1010. CENT A WORD COLUMN NEW POST CAKDS of Hones dale. 21 copyrighted. Newvoch comes Lion, the first steam locomo tive run In Amerlcn, North, Itiver slde nnd Central Parka, Main, Church, Court, Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh streets In which appear nutos, new state bridge nnd Hotel Wayne, Cnrley Brook bridge, Union Station, Golf Club House, Park Lnke nnd Dyberry river with boats, and Irving Cliff. All copyrighted by J. 13. Nielsen. 54eol3 TKUSTEE SALE On Wednes day, July 20, nt 3 p. m., of the goods of Manuel Jacobson, Bankrupt, who conducted the Boston Store, con sisting of Men's and Boys' suits, shoes, rubbers, hats, caps, shirts, un-1 derwenr, white goods, notions, gro-, cerles, also show cases, mirrors, scales, coffee mill, cash register, and j other articles. Terms, ensh. DUEL' DODGE, Trustee. 5St3. 1 IIAltNESS, COLLAHS and all; kinds of horse goods at Murray Co., Honesdnle. Pa. 53t4 FOK SALE Kelly & Stelnman brick factory building, Including en...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 July 1910

run ciiiu.. wnnxiisiuY, .iuly is, 1010. A Love So Great 30 "There Is a love so great," began Bob Travers, then stopped and red dened at sight of the elder man's quiz zical smite. "Go on, my boy," said Grlscom, kindly. "It sounds as though It might be Interesting. 13 It theory or experi ence?" "Why cr a little of either, per bars. But I'm sure it's fact. I believe there is n love so great that It will forglvo anything." "You know Dick Tumor, Bob? And his father?" "Dick, of courro, and his father a little," Bob answered, In some sur prise. "Ever hear about the older man's early er tragedy? No? Well, ho was a quiet studious man, a home lov er, nnd how he cr.mo to love and mar ry a mere butterfly ir.:c Nanny But ler is more than I can explain. I saw quite a good dcnl of the Turners that winter, then they suddenly disap peared from the places they had been In the habit of frequenting. For three or four months 1 saw nothing of them, except as I happened to meet them driving. I noticed the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 July 1910

I TIH3 CITIZK.V, WKDXIJSDAY, .U'LY 13, 1010. Points For Mothers Whnt becomes of precocious children when they grow up? Nobody knows. It Is a good thing that average gctu hold of them or wo would bo a land overflowing with geniuses. There would be so many of them that com mon people would not bo missed from tho directory, says an cschnngo. As a matter of fact, tho men and women who nro doing things when they aro flfty years old nro not the ones who were pointed out on chil dren's day. Very often precocity Is n flower that blooms early and withers early. Even tho big men and women who stand out In history were coin monplaco children, whllo their preco cious companions sleep In obscure graves. Tho most precocious thing George Washington did was to lay low tho historic cherry tree, and this Is more than duplicated each day by boys who never rlso to dizzier pinnacles than school directors. Too often the boy who stood nt the head of the spelling class comes when he Is forty years old to t...

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

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JULY lit, 1010. COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE Other correspondence on Page !l AltlKIj. Accident To Sirs. Rockwell Hanker Emery's New Home. Mrs. Itebecca Rockwell of South Canaan, mother of Contractor Rock well nnd Mrs. G. O. Collins of this place, fell down cellar through a trap door Thursdny at her home. Sho unstained several bad bruises but no broken bones. Cashier Emery of the new bank has moved Into the house of O. M. Hoover on the East side. The new bank expects to open Its doors Sept. 1. I'. J. Horan and family of Dun more have moved Into their cottage for the summer. WHITES VALLEY. Mrs. W. 11. Fltze, daughter Made line and sou William are visiting relatives In this vicinity. Mrs. Bates F. White, accom panied by Miss Louise Brown of Middletown, N. Y., returned to Les tershire Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Russell left Sunday for Walton, N. Y., where they will spend several days with Mr. Russell's mother. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. George Clift, June 8, a daughter. Mr...

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 July 1910

THE WEATHER On Friday fair weather will provall, with slight temporaturc cluuigcs and light variable winds. X SO tC tC K" iC tf JO t? I? C C.ml.Wnnllil Pnnniln.1 ? Organ 1 1908 ? - Weekly Founded, 1844 2 Vi REPUBLJRA' PARTY 5 9 U jt , o . & j j j j & o o J v t ,e o O t w J at en B7th YEAR. HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1910. NO 56 a VI LLAGE ROW IFIRE IN CLARENDON READY FOR BATTLE r MBSM. I SHERWOOD'S FLYER REGULARS WORRY i t PATENT LAWYER SMITH, NOW SKKKING STRONG, LIGHT EN GINE, WILL MAKE TlUAIi TRIP THIS PALL, IT IS EXPECTED MAY SAIL OYER FORT MEYER PARADE GROUND. Earl Sherwood swore up nnd down yesterday that when he gets back to Washington, say about the first of September, one of the first jobs he will tackle will be the per fection of the neroplane In which, ho says, he and Rexford M. Smith, the patent lawyer he has had helping htm in the Fnrnham case, are equally Interested. "I may not make the first trip into the air myself," said the Washing ton law...

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

THE CITIZEN, TIllDAV, JULY in, 1010. IS ALWIOST SOI Submarine Rams GunL... In Maneuvers. VESSEL IS HURRIEDLY BEACHED i Bonlta In Mimio Attack Disables Flag ship of Flotilla Sudden Appearance Entirely Unexpected Submarines Supposed to Be Far Out at Sea. Provtncetowu, Mass., July 12. The narrow escape of the gunboat Castlno from beluK sunk by the submarine Bonlta called attention todaflo the fact that wonders In navigation be neath the waves are being quietly achieved which are as great, If not as spectacular, as the feats of aviators which are thrilling multitudes in many places. But as the navigators of the submarines operate beneath the sur face of the ocean, the attention of the public is rarely attracted to their dar ing exploits. The gunboat Castine, flagship of the submarine flotilla, was rammed by the submarine lioulta in the maneuvers and was beached to prevent her from sinking. No one on board was injured. Two of the plates of the Castiuc were loosened. Iier dynamo and boile...

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 July 1910

I TllE CITIZEN', VltlDAY, ,RLY 15, JH10. IM S Roosevelt All Ready For Powwow With Governor. POLITICS WILL BE DISCUSSED. Expectation That Plan Will Be Mapped Out to Whip Rebellious Republican Leader Who United Against Direct Nominations Bill. Oyster Bay, N. Y., July 12. Colonel Roosevelt Is nwaltlng the arrival of Governor Hughes, vfho Is to leave New York this afternoon for Oyster Bay. The unusual silence that lias sur rounded Sagamore Hill for the past few days will bo broken on the ar rival of the governor. If the governor falls to show up late this afternoon the hitch In arrange ments may he laid to some sudden call which Hughes had not expected, for the colonel announced that the governor would be here without fall, and the governor has also divulged his plans. He will remain over night. There is nothing mysterious about this much talked of conference. Neither Colonel Roosevelt nor Gov ernor nughes has made any effort to keep the meeting a secret It is known positively that they...

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

I ( THE CITIZEN, Fill DA V, Jt'LY 10, 1010. THE CITIZEN rCBLlflllEDKVEnY WEDNESDAY AND ElllDAY TV THE CITIZEN rUM-lBIIISO COMTAKY. Entered s second-class twitter, nt the post ntllce. llonesdnlc. l'n. SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 K, B.IIAKDKNDKUGII. PKKSIDKNT W. W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SKC'Y HILUAKD IIKUCK - KDITOK DinncTons: c. n. DosruNOER. m. n. allen. axnnv Wilson. e. n. iiaiidenheikiii. W. W. WOOD. FKIDAY, JULY 15, 11)10. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Governor JOHN K. TENER. For Lieutenant Governor JOHN M. REYNOLDS. Secretary of Internal Affairs HENRY HOUCK. State Treasurer - CHAS. F. WRIGHT. For Congress, C. C. PRATT. For State Senator, WINFRED D. LEWIS. COUNTY. Representative, II. C. JACKSON. A Tammany officeholder lias re signed at the age of 82, being the youngest Tammany man who has ever done such a thing. There are all sorts of rumors to the effect that Jeffries will "come back" at Johnson. It's a good bet that- he will, but the Jeffries "come back" will be in the shape of tongue smashing. ...

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

lllE CITIZEN, J'ltlDAY, JULY 10, 1010. 1 CENT A WORD COLUMN NEW POST OAUDS of Hones dale. 21 copyrighted. Nowvoch comes Lion, the flrst steam locomo tive run In America, North, River side nnd Central Parks, Main, Church, Court, Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh streets in which appear autos, now state bridge nnd Hotel Wayne, Carley Drook bridge, Union Station, Golf Club House, Park Lake nnd Dyberry river with boats, and Irving Cliff. All copyrighted by .T. D. Nielsen. 54eol3 TRUSTEE SALE On Wednes day, July 20, at 3 p. m., of the goods of Manuel Jacobson, Bankrupt, who conducted the Boston Store, con sisting of Men's and Boys' suits, shoes, rubbers, hats, caps, shirts, un derwear, white goods, notions, gro ceries, also show cases, mirrors, scales, coffee mill, cash register, and other articles. Terms, cash. BUEL DODGE, Trustee. 55t3. HARNESS, COLLARS and all kinds of horse goods at Murray Co., Honesdnle, Pa. 53t4 FOR SALE Kelly & Stelnman brick factory building, Including en gine, boile...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 July 1910

THE CITUHS. FRIDAY, JULY1 IB, 1010. TALE OF THl A Sheepman's Quest For Music. With Odd Results. By O. HENRY. ICopyrlght, 1007, by tho SIcCluro company.! I stopped overnight at the sheep ranch of Rush Kinney, on the Sandy fork of the Nueces. Mr. Kinney and I had been strangers up to the time when I called "II0II0!" nt his hitching rack, but from that moment until my departure on the next morning vi were, according to tho Texas code, un deniable friends. After supper tho ranchman and I lugged oair chairs outside tho two room house to Its lloorless gallery roofed with chaparral and snculsta grass. With tho rear legs of our chairs sink- "oomo to get maiulim. a tiano, i heiii."1 ins deep into the hard packed loam, each of us reposed against an elm pillar of tho structure and smoked El Toro tobacco, while we wrangled ami cably concerning the affairs of the rest of the world. As for conveying adequate concep tion of the engaging charm of that prairie evening, despair waits upon It. It Is a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 July 1910

t THE C1TIZRN, ritlDAV, JUIA 15, 1010. For the Children W. E. D. Stokes, Jr., the Boy Inventor. William E. D. Stokes of New York, though only twelvo years old, has made a name among wireless experts by an invention. He designed -what Is 'Called a "receiving box." This con trlvanco not only catches dispatches sent in the ordinary code used by the Marconi and Do Forest systems, but reproduces the words and sounds of wireless telephony In volume deep enough to bo beard at a distance of several feet from the apparatus. Working nlono on the roof of bis father's hotel in New York, tbe youngster mado his Important discov ery. Recently he attracted attention at Washington, where he appeared be fore a 6ennto commltteo in opposition to a measure to prevent any but au thorized companies from taking wire less messages from tbe air. Fox, an Outdoor Game. This is suitable for a boys' game and Is better plnyed out of doors. A space Is marked out for tho fox's den. and the fox and the rest of the p...

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

THE CITIZEN, Fill DAY, JULY 15, 1010. OOOOOOOOOCXOOOOCXXXXXXXXOOOOOCXOOOOCOOOOCXOOOOCOOOOOO A CHAT WITH OUR NEIGHBORS )O0OO0QGQ0CK)0C00OCO0080QCXX$0OOOO00OOOCO000OOOO0CXXXXO USW1CK & LAKEVILLE. tllldngiml Gets Throw New .Members Folks Thnt Come and Go. Miss M. H. Westfnll nnd Miss Florence Anway of Jersey City, N. J., and Hnrry L. James of East Orange, N. J., nro visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. G. L. James and other rela tives nnd friends for a week. C. Sanders of Uswlck purchased a new canopy top wagon In Hnwley on Wednesday. There were three candidates who were initiated Into the Hildagard Hehekah lodge at Lakevillc, namely Mrs. Daniel Smith of Scranton, Miss Lulu Cortrlght of Honesdnle, and William Welsh of Lakeville. They beenme members of Hildagard on the evening of July C. Mr. nnd Mrs. Andrew Kostigo and child nnd wife's sister nnd child, all from Scrnnlon, enme to Uswlck Sat urday to spend a week with the former's pnrents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wil liam Mordwanac. Mr. and Mrs. Mordwanac hav...

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