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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 January 1909

t 4 i . 5 . M fi mm Semi-Weekly Founded! Wayne County Organ . of the REPUBLICAN PARTY T I 1908 fccklyFounded, 1844 HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., "WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1909. 66th YEAR. NO. 2 VOLCANOES IN ERUPTION Ffna Q-f-rAmknli anI LlliU? Oil UIIIUUII UIIU Vesuvius Active. TERROR IN CITIES. Survivors Glamor to Be Taken to North. ABOUT 80.000 BODIES DUG OUT Work of Burial I. Not Y.t Half Com plated, Thousand of Bodies Lis In Ruins Which Are Inacc.tiibte to Re lief and Rescue Parti. Many Hun dred of Living Person. Also Said to Be In the Wrecked Buildings In Mes sina Praise For the Work of Rus sian 8ailors Many of the Wounded Taken Care of at the Vatican. Rome, Jan. 5. The worst fears are aroused by the outbreak of the volca noes Etna, Stromboll nnd Vesuvius In fresh eruption. Terror has seized upon thousands of survivors In stricken cities and towns, nnd tbey clamor for transport to the north. Renewed shocks of earthquake oc curred today In Messina and the sur rounding district. The mo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 January 1909

THE ERB CASE. Peculiar Clroumttancei of tha Murder of Captain J. C. Erb. Not In years has the state of Penn sylvania been confronted with a crim inal case presenting such baffling and mysterious circumstances as those sur rounding the trial of Mrs. Florence Krb and Mrs. Catherine Belsel, her Bister, In connection with tho killing, of Captain J. Clayton Erb, Mrs. Erb's husband, at lied Gables, the Erbs' tountry home near Media, on Oct 0 last Captain Erb was shot after a bitter quarrel In bis home. For some time after the marriage nbout two years ago everything In the. Erb household seemed to go smoothly enough. Then family differences de veloped and had their wlndup In tho thb ZiATB J. clkttoh Ban amd iikd OA- ! BLES, HIS HOME. unfortunate incident at Red Gables. Mrs. Bclsel was said to have been In volved In tho hitter conjugal relations of the Erbs. For fifteen years Captain Erb was identified with Republican politics In Philadelphia and the state. When Israel W. Durham, the Republ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 January 1909

New York In Fact and Fancy Mektaway No Longer Regarded as Good Form An Effort to Stimulate a Declining industry. yrom Our New Ydrk Correspondent, I ROM the view point of a mid dle aged celibate who does not re gret bis condi tion, but Is a fearless a d v o cate of the mat rimony that In as It was designed to be, one of the most regrettable things about the life of Gotham Is the growing dis taste for mar riage among tho socially promi nent. Some one with a predilec tion for statis tics has made thedlscoverythat there Is a falling off of 20 nor rant In the number of Now Yorkers who mado the leap during 1008. This Is not only flying In tho face of Provi dence, who, according to all reliable records, has planned otherwise, but It Is a direct metropolitan slap In tho face for Mr. Theodore Roosevelt, who Is at one with his Creator on that point and Is not afraid to say so. It Is an American habit to seek for a cause of this decline In one of our most promising Industries. The statistician...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 January 1909

TH E CITIZEN. PUBLISHED BVRBY WEDNESDAY AMD FBIDAY BY THE CITIZEN PUBLISHING COMPANY. Kuterrdus second-clnss matter, at the post olllce, Iloiicsilale, Pa. .SUBSCRIPTION: $1.60 a yeah, in advance K. B. HAHDEN'REKGII, - - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND BKC'Y DIRECTORS ! C. II. DOIIFMNOER. M. S. ALLEN. IIF.XltV WILSON. E. B. HARDENDEKOH. W. W. WOOD. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 0, 1909. Washington tetter. Senator Penrose and the Currency Commission What He has done for the Postal Service Old In Service But Still Young. Washington, Dec. 31st. Leaders of the Senate are urging Senator Penrose i to accept the vacancy in the Currency Commission that will result from the resignation of the Hon. Philander C. Knox. When the commission was cro ated last spring Senator Penrose was selecU'd a niemher of it but declined to accept the appointment because of the condition of his health, which, at that time, was such as to cause his friends deep concern. It wim at his suggestion that Senator Knox was name...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 January 1909

FOR . SALE-A. Bopd two-seated Sleleb, reasonable. Inquire Hotel Wayne. 45tf FOR BALE Ray house, on Kast Extension street. Larro lot with sixty feet front. M.E. Simons. r 38eoltf tmn dif v t v...m.,i ,..... , 1130 Main street. Enquire or write C E. (Hbbs, Honesdale, Pa. 37tf HOLIDAY FURNITURE at BROWN'S. Parlor Suits at Brown's. Bedroom Suits at Brown's, Couches at Brown's, Fancy Chairs at Brown's, . Dining cane and wood Chairs at Brown's, . 32tf Phaldk T . I . . r lit.. I Fobs, Belt Pins, Veil Pins. Collar Sets, Back Combs. Side Combs, Scarf Pins, Curt Links an endless' variety. Somkf.k. The Jereje. LOCAL MENTION. At a meeting of the stockholders of Durland, Thompson & Co., shoe manu facturing company, on Monday last, the old officers were re-elected, and the name of the concern was changed tQ Durland, Weston A Co. The Foreign Missionary Society met at the home of Mrs. Perry A. Clark, of Dyberry Place, on Monday afternoon., After the usual business was transacted, the hostess tr...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 January 1909

Farm and Garden PRAIRIE SCHOONER BARN. A Farmer't Original and Practical Plan For a Horse Home. An agriculturist In Dowaglae, Mich., has made plans for a prairie schooner barn, and he states that the turn has proved satisfactory to him. tie built his ten years ago. Ho calls It a prai rie schooner barn because It Is mostly roof and has no beam or mortise In Its makeup and ordinary farmer help can do all of the work. The barn is forty feet long by sixty feet wide, and the arches (which represent the bows of the prairie schooner or mover's wag on) are made of Inch boards sis Inches wide and of any length and six boardj PRAIRIE SCHOONEU BARN. deep, each board bent to shape ns it is nailed to the others, using plenty of nails and giving plenty of lap over each joint. The urches form a half circle, and in building them the owner drew a half circle on the ground and set posts a few feet apart (perhaps ten) on the outside of the circle, being careful to get them perpendicular and three or m...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 January 1909

Younger Set Copyrighted, ii .t i .-i t r i' i ii r.i i,i i i 1 1 v ii ' . '; U U 111H KIHll?r. JMUU Ifl'IUI II. Ull , Kllecn Ki-roll. ward I liia aim ausuii .....AM, 1 I . 114 .... l.tu I 1,1(1 V. . l.v. , niim;uL cuilb I'll ill- .. ' - - - tber. Gerald, dcsnltc' the touuc man s Prt nT hur Ttirlitumtit 1 lu Villi X'ltVVll. Gerald 1r wnrrind nhont vounr Erroll B ul jmmiin j jit i km f. ii in iirniv uium in fit., nnrl ohn hoc Intiiritr1 nr)H OI Ills I11HTIV TTT1 H III ua 1 BVII IlflllM ll'l aiu Ifl IJULV II 149 Tf IIIT'II III I II I. I UJJU hpIb lutrnrliirmi ro iurH. liosuiliunu lAflflnr nf thf fact nt ntld AHZP'S flofl- zricnd lie annul wauxp in nrmniin ucram rrorn namniinc. j-iflcinniu ,eercara aisntw'B in xx'iwyii. wuu nptttj'd in li1i nfllm. n ilati ti control the stin. -who denounces Necrrard and his CimpEBF is among her pillows as the table was removed, and Selwyn drew his I . nMiu. nuui w me luu Litre. with Gerald?" she ask- "Could yon tell me?" otmnir serious is tne matter, rt...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 January 1909

South Canaan. Jas. 1. The oyster supper, held in the Grange hall Xew Year's eve., was a grand success, the receipts being $39. The bachelors' club, of Carbondale, spent New Year's eve at Hotel Bent ham, enjoying themselves with vocal and instrumental music, and "tripping the light fantastic toe." At a season able hour refreshments were served, to which all did ample justice, it being seven o'clock in the morning when they started for home, all seemingly filled with the best of spirits. Wishing their host a happy Xew Year, the ringing of Ibcir merry bells, together with their hearty laughter could be heard faraway. It goes without saving that Mr. and Mrs. Bentham are right down, good enter tainers. Jerry Buckley, the popular blacksmith, was united in marriage to Miss Edith Batter, of Wyalusing, Christmas, and they are now nicely settled in what was known as the George Wildenberger res idence in this place. Our best wishes go with them, for happiness and prosperity. Mr. G. A.Spangenbe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 January 1909

ttttCtt & Semi-Weekly Founded P I 1908 I Weekly Founded, 1844 k & Wayne County Organ of the REPUBLICAN PARTY 66th YEAR. HONE SD ALB, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1909. NO. 3 HIS ISHAHD HIT Badly Tangled Again In Cross Examination Today. MAKES HIS OWN CASE WORSE Contradicts His Testimony Repeat edly Under the Severe Fire of Questions by the Dis trict Attorney. Flushing, X. T.. Jan. 6. Thornton Jenkins Halns. writer of blood curdling sea tales, on trial for his life for com plicity In tlie murder of William IS. Annls by Captain Peter Halns. today was not the same euger, dominating Thornton Hulus who so dramatically and glibly told the story of the killing at Iiayside and of the domestic woes that, the defense claims, unseated the mind of the slayer. Caught in traps by Distriet Attorney Darriu in the cross examination, Halns raged on the stand, squirmed and twisted as his tormentor made him contradict his direct testimony in im portant details. He entirely lost his magnif...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 January 1909

THE CITIZEN. PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY BY 4 THE CITIZEN PUMJBIIINO COMPANY. Entered as second-class matter, at the post olllce, Ilonesdale. Pa. SUBScniPTION: $U0 a year, m ADVANCE E. B. HAHDENBEROH, - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAGEK AND SF.C'Y directors: C. It, DORrUNOER. M. R. ALLEN. HENRY WILSON, E. B. 1IARDENBKROII. W. W. WOOD. FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1909. Mr. Feurth was the caucus nominee of his party for Speaker of the House. He received 35 votes one more than his party vote. The Republican who cast this vote was a minister of the Gospel, a rabid local optionistand a red hot prohibitionist, who refused to sup port the Republican nominee, Mr. Cox, for the reason that he believed him to be the nominee of the liquor interests. State railroad commissioners repre senting Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Wiscon sin and Michigan, at a recent meeting in Chicago, took action toward lessen ing the terrible record of fatalities to trespassers on railroad rights of way. Resolutions were a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 January 1909

PENT A WORD COLUMN 3U SALE A good two-seated Sleigh, onauie. inquire Hotel wnync. mi ytl BALE liny houra.on Knst Extension el. j-aree tot wnti sixty ivct iront. m ilHcoltf lit HALE Lot anil hnllilltiff located nt fMnln street. Kmiutre or write V,. K. bs, Honesdale, Fa. Jitr JLIDAY FUnNITUIlE at llHOWN'H. Parlor Hiiltn nt Itrnwn'i. lied room Hulls at ilrown's. fancy unairsniiirown s. Jinini cano ana wooa unairs ai urowns. kHlM T r til Yi - I. Half Dlna Vnll TJ H. . fVilla Uot II iinb- Iibs. Side Combs, Heart Pins, Curt 'Links cnaiess variety, hommfr, lite jewcier. Idvertlse in THE CITIZEN. LOCAL MENTION. kAt the Deltn ITnsllon fraternitv and Alumni organization of Northeastern fnsylvanla reunion, at Hotel Jermyn, rhuraday evening of last week, Rev. William II. Swift, of the Amherst hege class of '70, nnd Homer Greene, Ihe Union College class of 70, rep- Inted llonesdale. Mr. Greene was of the sneakers, his subject being hat I Owe to Delta Unsiton." KThe rain and thawing weather of I ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 January 1909

Sr.. WJSi FW! - it- J "- v. Uncle Sam's jx j$ m x Secret Service Work of Government Detective Bureau, Which Is Bone of Contention Between Congress and the President. Sketch of John E. Wilkie, Chief of Sleuths. By JAMES A. EDGERTON. THERE is no Government depart ment concerning which less Is known than the secret service. At the same time there Is none nbout which there Is greater public curiosity, which Is Just now heighten ed by the row between the president and the congress. Tho secret service Is Uncle Sam's Sherlock Holmes. It catches counter feiters and now and then bags a con gressman or senator who has not been content with making laws, but has started to breaking them also, thus working both ends of the line. It was this feat of getting a few legislators Into Jail that caused all the trouble between Mr. Roosevelt and the present session. Congressmen do not like to be Imprisoned, for which wo can scnrcely blame them, considering the other Inflictions they have to bear, such as...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 January 1909

il.-t., w ttheti i Scml-Wcckly Founded: Wayne County Organ ef the hi 1908 Iff Weekly Founded, 1844 REPUBLICAN PARTY HONESDALB, WAYNE COL, PA., "WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1909. 66th YEAR. NO. 4 miiis ITBEl Captain's Brother Moved b His Own Counsel's Plea. M'INTYRE ADDRESSES THE JURY Makes Dramatic Use of Alleged Confession of Claudia Hains and How It Maddened , Her Husband. Flushing, N. Y., Jan. 12. John F. Mclntyre addressed the Jury today for the defense in the trial of Thorn ton J. Holns for abetting Captain Pc ter C. Halns lu the murder of William E. Annls at the Bayslde Yacht club. Mr. Mclntyre made effective dramat ic use of the alleged confession ol Mrs. Claudia Halns and told so pa thetlcally how It maddened her hus band against Annls that Thornton Halns wept us lie sat and listened. Halns looked worn and haggard, but lie professed to hare confidence In his acquittal. He said: "When I stop to think that only a few days must now elapse before 1 will know my fate and that from all...

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 January 1909

THE TELEPHONE. How the "Hello Girls" Handled the Election Returns How theSys tern Helps the Newspapers. With the presidential election nearly two months past, the excitement attend ing thereon has died away. But there are Btories and anecdotes connected with the campaign that will not die for many years. Many of these stories, and perhaps a majority, have to do with the getting of returns. Every instrument, every news getting agency and every .being wholis directly concerned in getting results on election day and night Jarefikept on the qui vive. Press associations, newspaper correspondents, news tickers, and every other news-getting agency make supreme efforts to be first in getting returns be fore the public. The extent this com petition reaches, the intensity of the rivalry and the means employed to get the results first are hardly believable to one who has not, directly .or indirectly, been a participant. In the presidential election of 1908, tin's rivalry was unprecedented. The...

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 January 1909

TO Labor Council Will Plan Free Na tional Labor Exchange. AT WASHINGTON THIS MONTH. With Branches In All Large Cities, Great Country Wide Bureau Would Assist Employer as Well as Em ployeeShould Relieve Laborers' Distress, 8ays Secretary Straus. A great national labor exchange, free alike to employer and employee, with branches In all the large cities of the country, Is one of the results to be sought by the council of labor that will meet In Washington this mouth at the suggestion of Secretary Straus of the department of commerce and la bor. Mr. Straus Is now In correspond enco with E. II. Gary of the United States Steel corporation nnd other large employers of labor throughout the country, and plans or the conven tion are rapidly being formed. Tho date has not been set for the meeting, but It will probably be held In the last week of the month. "The most important of the subjects to bo taken up," says Secretary Straus, "is perhaps that of the unemployed. How to give work to men out...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 January 1909

THE CITIZEN. FtTBLXSUKD ETEBT WKDNEBDAT AMD TBIDAT BY THE CITIZEN PUBU8IIIK0 COMPART. Entered bb second-class matter, at tbepost olUcc, Uonesdale, Pa. SUBSCRIPTION: $1X0 a year, in advance K. B. HARDENBEROH. - - PRESIDENT VT. W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SECY dibectobb: O. U. DORFUNQEB. HKHBY WILSON. M. B. AM.EH. E. B. IIABDBNBEBQU WOOD. FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1009. Earthquakes. Tlie disaster that has taken place in Mceeina and other portions of Sicilv has caused n wide spread feeling of fear, that this spction of our country may at some time in the future be overtaken by a similar disaster. We are not in what is considered the earthquake zone, but nevertheless there are many scient ists who claim that there is no well de fined zone that is immune to earth quakes, and point to the Charleston dis turbance and also to the slight shocks in many other places in this country. The exact cause of earthquakes is not posi tively known, and is not within the power of man to prevent. We are in more dang...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 January 1909

CENT A WORD COLUMN AHOS WARD. Auctioneer. Read? to ac-' commodatcall comers. Bethany, Fa. 4C110 FARM of 182 acres for sale. Good house, a bam that will accommodate 40 cows, Sborscs and 100 tons of hay. Farm well watered. Mew chicken house that will accommodate 100 chickens. Large silo. No better farm In Wayne county. Situated one-half mile from Tillage. Inquire at Tub Citizen ofilce. FOR SALK A eood two-seated Sleleli, reasonable. Inquire Hotel Wayne. 4Stf FOR SALE Ray house, on East Extension street. Large lot with sixty feet front. M.K. Simons. SSeoltf FOR SALK Lot and building located at 1128 Main street. Enquire or write C. E. tilbbs, Honesdale, Pa. 37tf HOLIDAY FURNITURE at BROWN'S. Parlor Suits at Brown's, Bedroom Suits at Brown's, Couches at Brown's, Fancy Chairs at Brown's, . Dining cane and wood Chairs at Brown's. Chains, Lockets, Lavelllcrcs. Brooohcs, Fobs, Belt Pins. Veil Pins. Collar Sets. Back I combs, side Comos. scan mis. -u j.iiiks 42el5t LOCAL MENTION. Leo Osborne ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 January 1909

1 Oje Younger Set III SYNOPSIS OF PKECEDING CHAPTERS. CiiAr. 1-lJetunilnff from Manila, Captain Selwyn, formerly of the army. Is welcomed home hy his sister. Nina Gerard. her wealthy husband Austin, nud their numerous cniiu ren. Klleen Krroll, ward of Nina and Austin is part of their household. Selwln has teei divorced, without guilt on hi? part, by his wife. Allxe. who Is now the wife of Jack liutlivcn, with whom she ran away fmn Selwvn. 'I Kllce" 'o' vtn '""a of" brother, Gerald, despite the young man's neglect ill ncr, niHKc.M lricnds vutn Sclwyn III Gerald Is worried about young Krroll s mingling In the fast set. Giiil ' employ ed by Julius Neergard, n reale state operator in a large way. sclwyn promises Klleen he will look after her brother. He tells her about Hoots Lansing, ills army chum in Manila, who Is coming to New York. In the park Kilcen and Sclwyn ride past Allxe. IV Klleen's deceased fntlierwas an archaeol ogist, and she has inherited some of his scholarly qualities. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 January 1909

THE CHANGE Ceedacted by X W. BARROW. Chatham. M. Y Preu Comtpondtnl New York Btatt Qrangt THE GRANGE NAME, An Influential Factor in Business and Legislation. National M attar Bacholder's Warning to Those Who Would Benefit by the Orange Name In Enterpriiee Outside the Orange. In his department In the National Grange Organ In a recent number Na tional Master Bacheldcr remarks tliat as the grange Is fast becoming an In flnentlal factor In social, educational and financial affairs and also In legis lative affairs, both state and national, the fair name of our organization mast bo protected. There Is and will con tinue to be, be soys, great effort made by people with wares to sell and leg islative matters to promote to In some way use the word grange In the name adopted to designate their business or scheme In order to deceive the people and draw support to the enterprises by causing them to be known as grange enterprises. There Is absolute ly no Justification for this unless the grange ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 January 1909

Items Gathered bv- THE CITIZEN STAFF m n . Uswiok. Jan. 11th. Our assistant postmaster, Tillie Lindau, will soon leave for Phila delphia, to visit her mother. Kate Roberta spent the first of the week with her sister, Mrs. Geo. Heickel beck, of Wilsonville. The funeral of Oscar Williams was held at the home of his parents at Taf ton, on Friday last. The deceased lived at Rowland, where he was employed as a teamster. He fell from a hay loft and sustained injuries from which he died, after an operation performed in the State hospital in Scranton. His tragic death is deeply lamented by his wife and two email children. Myra' Miller, of Avoy, and Albert Quintin, of Jonestown, were guests of George H. Butler and wife, at their home in Carbondale, Inst Saturday and Sunday. May Killam, of Honesdale, was at the home of her father, Mark Kellam, re cently, for a vacation. James Swan and wife have been en tertaining their daughter, Mrs. William Weilbrenner and children, who will soon move their ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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