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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 October 1910

'run oitizkk, run ai, octoiikk at, inio. Cent a word column $10 itliWAHl) offered to person who gives neeessnry information for conviction of party who broke sky light on the Herbeck-Domcr Co. building Inst week. The Herbcck Demcr Co. 83t2. FOll SALK Two bedroom suits, bed springs, quilts, kitchen cabinet, enrpet. All good. Mrs. Isaac For nian, Cottngo street. . 2t WAXTKl) a girl for general house work. 307 Fourteenth street, Honcsdalc. tf WANTKI) !!.- HOUGIIKItS wanted at the Wayne Cut Glass company, Townnda, Pn. tf. AVAXTHI) Ten men to work on road nt Forest Lake club. Apply to A. L. Bishop, superintendent, Mnst Hope, Pa., or J. D. Weston S2t2 A BARGAIN A six horse-power upright boiler In good order for sale. Seelyvlllo Fire Co. tf HIGHEST CASH market price paid for cider, Jelly and winter apples nt Lake Ariel. Charles L. Simons. 80t6. WANTED AT OXCE A good cham ber mnid nt Hotel Wayne tf WAXTEI) A good kitchen girl at Hotel Wayne. FOll SALE Kelly & Stelnmau brick factory buil...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 October 1910

t THE CITIZEN, FMDAY, OCTOBKIt HI, 1010. . neighbors show WELL1IAS SILENT. FAITH IN TENER , , , Evidently Deciding Whether Business Men of His Home Town ; t0 Gont'nii0 Tr,'P of Gfiarleroi Indorse Him. 0LD REC0RD s msm HIS TOUR OF TRIUMPH, Republican Nominee For Gubernatorla Honors Greeted Everywhere by Im mense Audiences. A dispatch from Chnrlorol, tho horn town of John K. Tenor, tolls of tin quick action of tho nolghbors of thi Republican nominee for governor, fol lowing the Journalistic attacks made upon him, In oxprosslng their absoluW faith and confidence In blm and tboli intorest In his candidacy. For twenty yoara John Tener hai been doing business In his communl ty, and never In all that tlmo has h( been accused of doing any person oul of a penny. Ho Is connected with a number of business venturos In fact with everything that goes to make ui tho Industrial Ufa of that section. Nat urally there aro somo who dp not agre with everything ho does, but no one doubts that he is open ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 October 1910

TI1E CITIZEN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1010. jgtaturday Qight TciAlrc B ReT F DAVISON JJu!lj Rutland, Vt THE KINQ'8 HEROISM. International Bible Lesson for Oct 23, '10 (Luke 9:51). This Is not an ago of heroic Christi anity. Thero Is moro pulp than pluck In the average professor when self-denial Is roqulrod. Tho men and women who not only rojolco In doing their duty for Christ, but oven ro jolco In overcoming obstacles In doing It, are scarce. The piety that Is need ed to-day Is tho piety that will stand a pinch; a ploty that would rather eat an honest crust than faro sumptuous ly on fraud; a piety that has motivo power enough on board to work up stream against a Niagara current If necessary; a piety that seta its face llko a flint in tho straight, narrow road of duty. Example an Incitement. That Is tho kind of ploty the king of men had all through his life, and moro especially toward Its closo. His example Is a magnlllcent Incitement to us to march unflinchingly forward In the path of d...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 October 1910

ft THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1010. VALUABLE NEWS FROM 71 , -- a a u Important Happenings and Personal Items Contrib- a utcd by THE CITIZEN'S Corps of Correspondents. $ a-fa-faaaa4a4a-fa4-a4-a4aaa'a4:Ha-a4-a-faa-fa-aa4-a-fa-fM GOULDSBORO. Special to Tho Citizen. GOULDSBORO, Oct. 20. I am very anxious to secure Information about a Rev. Mr. Lewis, a Confed erate soldier, burled In Lehigh ceme tery, Guuldsboro. The gravo of every Union soldier In the cemetery has a lining marker giving name, regiment, etc., and as soon as the necessary Intoruiatlon can be secur ed, Mr. Lewis' gravo will also bo i suitably marked. He died In the seventies, before the Lehigh Ceme tery association was formed, and no record wns mndo of his death. 1 havo written different ministers who were in this locality at that time, and have not been able to find nny ac count. Rev. A. C. Sturms, now at Connellsvlllo, Pa., who officiated at a number of funerals at about that time, lost his records in a lire. Ho wa...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 October 1910

THE WEATHER On Wednesday fnlr ivcnthcr and slowly rising tempcrntiircs will prevail, with light westcrlywlnds. te tc K k W t? tc tc jc r rr tc v f v ScmNWcckly Founded 4 1908 J. 2 Weekly Founded, 1844 2 ttttCIt Wayne CouJOraan or 1 REPUBLI PARTY 5 t j 67th TEAR. HONBSDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1910. NO 85 IN THE COURTS T She KE SI s WHO AND W JURORS BUSY GUAM) JURY INDICTMENTS MAKE LOTS OF WORK FOR JUDGE, LAWYERS AX1) Jt'll OKS RIG INCREASE IX CR1M IXAIj CASKS. The grand Jury met Monday after noon of last week at 2 o'clock, Judge A. T. Searlo presiding, with the other officers in their respective places. All constables, with the ex ception of Charles Wood, Bethany, appeared and made their returns. The court commended the constables on their report of sign boards. The following grand Jurors were excused: Elmer Bell, Maplcwood; Scott L. Eck, White Mills; Andrew Melions, Scott, and W. A. Qulnney, Hawley. The court organized the Jury by appointing Frank Farnham of Hone...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 October 1910

Tin: citizkk, WKDN'KSDAV, OCT. 20, 1010. WHO AND WHAT IS W. H. BERRY? (Continued from Pace Ono.) openly fuinil thlB Important public pledge but Chostor hns yet to learn the benollclnry of It. Further, during his campaign an a Mnyoralty candidate, Mr. Kerry declared with groat gusto that any official who accepted and used rail road passes, was equally guilty with the man who received the bribe of a barrel of flour. Yet Mr. Berry, as Mnyor. used passesl Kerry Had to Ko Driven to Exploit Capitol Frauds. Luck again nlded William II. Berry, when ho was elevated to the. State Treasurer's office. Backed by the united support of several par ties, Including Democrats and Inde pendent Republicans, It was not dif ficult to overcome the then Repub lican nominee, Mr. Plummer. In the official responsibility as State Treas urer, it Is duo again to record that Mr. Berry accomplished ono notable public good the exploiting of the State Capitol frauds. But what else could he have dono under the dc man...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 October 1910

( THE CmZKA, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 20, 1010. Educator on Economics. Allontown, l'n., Oct. 20. An audienco thnt comfortably filled Muhlenberg chapol Inst evening heard Homer U. Eolks, of New York city, prominent in distribu tion of charities, speak on tho sub ject "Tlio Fnlluro of Government In America." The lecture was possessed of a pletslng personality and hold the at tention of tho audience throughout the entire address. Mr. Kollts stnt ed that lecturing was but a "by duct" of his life, but few lectures nt Muhlenburg hnve boon more Inter esting and more laden with thought. By failure the speaker mndo clear I ho meant comparative failure, just as a man la a, bankrupt even if he can pay 95 per cent, of his debts. Any improvement less than a rea sonable Increase Is a failure and, according to that standard, govern ment in the U. S. Is a failure. Wo are tho most favored nation in tho world and our government Is the most responsive to public opinion but wo are as well oft as we are In spite...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 October 1910

Tin: crnzKX, wwakhhav, oct. bo, iimo. THE CITIZEN runusiiF.n kvkhy wkdnebday and khiday nv tub ciT!zr.N runusniNii company. Entered ns seooiut-clnss matter, nt tlicpost olllrc. llouusdnle. l'n. BUUSCniPTION K, B. IIAHDKNHKHdH, lMtKSIDKNT W. W. WOOD. - MANAOKK AND SKO'Y o. n. DORruMiKR. m. n. AM,r..v. HKNRY WILSON. 1C. R. HARDKNBERGII. W.W.I (KID. WHDXUSDAV, OCT. 1!0, 1111(1. KKPUIUilUAN TICKET. l'or Governor JOHN K. TENEIt. For Lieutenant Governor JOHN M. REYNOLDS. Secretary of Internal Affairs HENRY HOUCK. Stnto Treasurer CHAS. P. WRIGHT. For Congress, C. C. PRATT. For State Senator, WINFRED D. LEWIS. a DoniQcratlc tariff It 111 oarnor knows wlint Hint will moan I because lie recalls what tho enact- j mont of tho last-Democratic tariff 1)111 meant. There Is but one way : rjj for the laboring mnn to protect him- self against destructive Democratic tariff revision, Ho must voto the 1 Republican ticket. A vote for the Keystone ticket will bo a vote for a llryan Democrat for governor. ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 October 1910

T11H 01T1ZHN, WUDXKSDAY, OCT. 20, 1010. CENT A WORD COLUMN! CASH PAID KOK AIMM.KS and IUitnbngns, also will buy cider ap ples. See Gage nt Hotel Wayne of at D. & II. freight station. Dean & Gage. 85tf $10 KliWAKl) offered to person who gives necessary Information for conviction of party who broke sky light on the Horbeck-Domcr Co. building last week. The Herbeek Demer Co. S3t2. FOU SAIjK Two bedroom suits, bed springs, quilts, kitchen cabinet, carpet. All good. Mrs. Isaac For mat!, Cottage street. 2t AVAXT15I) a girl for general house work. 307 Fourteenth street. Honesdalc. tf WANTED 25 IIOUGHKHS wanted at tho Wayne Cut Glass company, Towanda, Pa. tf. A 1JAHGA1N A six horse-power upright boiler in good order for sale. Seelyvlllc Fire Co. tf HIGHEST CASH market price paid for cider, jelly and winter apples nt Lake Ariel. Charles L. Simons. 80t5. FOR SALE Kelly & Stelnmau brick factory building, including en gine, boiler and shafting, inquire of J. B. Robinson. DOtf. LOCAL...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 October 1910

TIIE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 20, 1010. THE GIRL A i ! D TIE GRAFT A Breach of Promise Suit That Was Nipped In the Bud. By O. HENRY. Copyright, 1010, by Doubleilny, Pnno & Co. J The other day I ran across my old friend KerKtison rogue. Pogue Is n conscientious grafter of the highest type. Ills headquarters Is the west ern hemisphere, nnd his line of busi ness Is anything from speculating In town lots on the Great Staked plains to selling wooden toys In Connecticut, made by hjdraullc pressure from nut megs ground to n pulp. Now and then when rogue has made n good haul he comes to New V'ork for a rest. lie says the jug of trine nnd loaf of bread and thou In the wilderness business Is about as much rest and pleasure to him ns slid ing down the bumps at Coney would be to President Tnft. "Give me," says Pogue, "a big city for my vacation, es pecially New York. I'm not much fond of New Yorkers, nnd Manhattnn Is about the only place on the globe where I don't find any." While In the me...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 October 1910

t THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 20, 1010. HOW TO. STAND IN A CAR. Precise Position of Pect Prescribed by Brooklyn Expert. A Brooklyn man who probably speaks from long experience writes to Shop Notes Quarterly to give advice upon how to malntnln equilibrium when compelled to stand In n car. "Many persons," ho says, "sway backward and forward as well as from sldo to sldo. This often throws them Into awkward positions, especi ally when carrying parcels, which makes strap hanging Impracticable. "To overcome tho difficulty ono should place tho feet seven or eight Inches apart and ono a lltUo behind tho other, say about three Inches, with the toes potnUnB out I have Been business men reading news papers and standing in this way when riding to and from work with little more inconvenience than If standing on solid ground." Learned from the Sand. Mummy matter Is easy to under stand wbn a plain story is told. The oldeBt Egyptians naturally learned that when dead folk wcro burled In hot dry ind...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 October 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 20, 1010. VALUABLE NEWS FROM it it Important Happenings and Personal Items Contrib uted by THE CITIZEN'S Corps of Correspondents. HAWLEY. Special to Tho Citizen. ttnwlnr. Pn fW oj -Speclnl nt- trnrtlnns fnr tlin wnoW win ho n ! dnnco clvon hv the Rllfn Knrlnl rlnli ! In Odd Fellows' hall Thursday night nnd tho Methodists annual men's sup per Friday night. A tempting menu has been arranged. Cost of supper 3G cents. There will bo a bazaar In connection nnd a country grocery store, the latter a unique affair that will produce much merriment. Mrs. Martin Barrett entertained a guest from Port .lervls during tho week. The Young People's society of the Gormnn Lutheran church celebrated their 1 Sth annlverslty with speclnl services In their church Sundny even ing. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chubb of Cnrbondale were with licr mother. Mrs. Swingle, on Keystone street Sunday, the lGth. The Mnenncrchor society gave a starlight dnnco In their hall Friday night. Mrs. Charles Daniel...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 October 1910

THE "WEATHER On Friday showery" V6iiilior with lower tcmpcrftturcs will prevail with fresh northerly winds. Vic vie if ft-tr trip' trwier ft . X Scml-Weekly Founded 2 1908 5 j vt Weekly Founded, 1844 J Wayne Coun San 2 of the REPUBLICAfgARTY J NO 86 67 th YEAR HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1910. ttnett ws OM THE COURTS BUSY SESSIONS OF OCTOUKK COUHT WEEK MANY SPECTA TORS PRESENT AT EACH SKS SI ON. The sessions of October court wcro resumed Tuesday afternoon. No recorroborated evidence connect ing tho four young men with the crlmo at Hawley being given, a ver dict of "not guilty" was ordered against all four young defendants. Judge Searle gave tho young men some good advice, saying: "Young men you have been pretty fortunate. Be careful how you meddle with those cars next time. If you want any beer, go and buy it." The Jury gave a verdict in accordance with the Judge's instructions without leaving tho box. In the case of the Commonwealth versus Mortimer Arnold, for ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 October 1910

TIIE CITIZICN, FItlDAY, OCTO'IKR 28, 1010. TENE BY CB RIVAL Lieutenant Gcvarnor Murphy Lauds Republican Nominee. AND PREDICTS HIS ELECTION Eloquent Son of Cambria Tells Why Pennsylvania Should Go Republican This Year. Ono of tho roost noteworthy speeches of this campaign was mnilo a fow nights ago by Lieutenant Gov crnor Robert S. Murphy, who, nlthough ho was the only avowed candidate, for tho gubernatorial nomination, which ultimately went to Congressman John K. Toner, Is now ono of tho most ar dent advocates of Mr. Tenor's elec tion. Govornor Murphy, who Is nn elo quent and forcible campaigner, pre sented a comprehensive rovlew of the groat achievements of tho Stuart ad ministration, the progress mado In the development of all of tho departments and tho rigorous prosecution of the capltol fraud3 In both criminal and civil actions, and dwelt upon the fact that Mr. Toner is pledged to continue tho policies of Edwin S. Stuart. Gotrnor Murphy, among other Uiln-s. said: ". i th every d...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 October 1910

xjiio crriziCN, fuiday, October uh, 1010. HALLOWFKN FUN. Hints (in "How to Malic n linllouc'en Piuty Go." A woman who wants to got up n Hallowe'en ptunt Mint will bo n little out of tnc ordlnnry 1b roIiis to try her lack nt a chantcclcr party. As barn parties are popular at llallow o'en she thinks that n chantecler bam party will bo partioularly' appropri ate. Sonic of the guests have volun teered to represent chantecler char acters as well as they can a pen cock, n guinea fowl, a blackbird, a dog and a cat, and so forth. Several big black cats will nlso he on hand, as It would not seem like the old fes tival without them In evidence some where, nnd among so many fowls they will add to the amusement. A barn naturally makes n most ap propriate setting for chantecler dec orations. Gay colored cocks are to bo perched upon tho rafters, and nil tho barnyard fowls, which enterpris ing dealers this year are providing in colored paper and cardboard, are to be grouped realistically in the co...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 October 1910

TIII3 CITIZKN, Kill DAY, OCTOHKU U8, 1010. THE CITIZEN FUBLISUKD KVKttY WKI1NF.RDAY AM ritWAT IlV TIIK CITIZEN rUM.tftlllNd COMPANY. Entered as second-class matter, nt Uicpost olllce. lloncsdalc. I'll. BUIISCRII'TION $1.50 K. B.HAKDENHKItOH. - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. MANAGER AND SKC'Y mitix-ror.s: 0. II. DORrLINOKIl. M. B. ALIEN. UlNBY WIL80N. K. n. IIAItDKNIlEnOH. W. W. WOOD, KM DAY, OCT. 118, 1IU0. HKPUMilCAX TICKET. Ii'or Govornor JOHN K. TBNBIl. For Lieutenant Governor JOHN M. IIBYNOLDS. Secretary of Internal Affairs HENRY HOUCK. State Treasurer CHAS. F. WRIGHT. For Congress, C. C. PRATT. For Stato Senator, WINFRED D. LEWIS. COUNT!". Representative, H. C. JACKSON. Governor Stuart, after a thorough and exhaustive examination of the charges made by the North Ameri can against John K. Tener,- has of fered his services to the Republican State Committee to take the platform from now until election. The Gover nor Intended to have taken only a passive Interest In this campaign, but the d...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 October 1910

TIIK CITIZEN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1010. CENT A WORD COLUMNS FOR SALE A new $300 cash reg ister. Prlco ?125. Kerosene oil tank with pump. Kovcrslblo hat rack, counter scales and counter splco cans. Any of these llxtures can bo bought at a very low price. Watch for the announcement of the opening of the mammoth sale of tho Jncobson Bankrupt Clothing Btock. Flagg's Clothing House, Qrambs Block, 8G3 Main street, Honcsdnle, Pa. CASH l'AH) FOR APPLES and Rutabagas, also will buy cider np ples. See Gage at Hotel Wayno or at D. & II. freight station. Doan & Gage. 85tf FOR SALE Two bedroom , suits, bed springs, quilts, kitchen cabinet, carpet. All good. Mrs. Isaac For man, Cottago street. 2t WANTED a girl for general house work. 307 Fourteenth street, Honesdale. tf WANTED 2B ROUGIIERS wanted at the Wayne Cut Glass company, Towandn, Pa. tf. A BARGAIN A six horse-power upright boiler in good order for sale. Seelyville Fire Co. tf HIGHEST CASH market price paid for cider, Jelly and wint...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 October 1910

T1IR CITIZK. . FIHDAY, OCTOHKIt 28, 1010, POT BERRY UNDER THE SEMCMT Democrats and Prohibitionists Charge Him With Hypocrisy. HIS VERACITY IS QUESTIONED And His Administration as State Treasurer Is Made the Subject of a Sharp Attack. Without tho Republicans being call ed upon to flro a shot, William II. Berry, the Koystone Party nomlneo for governor, has been fairly riddled by the oratorical batteries of the Pro hibitionists nnd the faction of the De mocracy which ho dosortod when ho was defeated In the Allentown conven tion. From every side, Berry's reputation for veracity has boen attacked. Ho Is accused of falsehood, of breaking his solemn promises and of hypocrisy of the rankost kind. Not only is his word questioned, but sorlous allegations rogardlng his con duct whllo holding tho ofllce of state treasurer are being boldly made by some of tho most promlnont leaders In tho Democratic party. Hot Democratic Declaration. Berry's refusal to withdraw from tho field, after Grim, tho De...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 October 1910

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1010. Saturday Qight P&il Ik C Gy Rev-F- DAVISON Rutland, Vt. THE KINQ8 ANOINTING. International Bible Lesson for Oct. 30, '10 (Matt. 26:1-16). "To what purposo was this wostot" Buch was tho criticism of Judas, when a loving woman, as nn oxprceslon of her devotion to Christ, anointed His feet with precious ointment. Tho penurious disciple had no conception of tho beautiful or tho sublime, either In nature or In art, or in rcllglou. Ho would never have given a penny to promote, an aesthetic or benevolent enterprise. The Scriptures Intimate that he. was not only a raiser, but a thief and though ho professed great love for tho poor ho really Itched to get hold of tho sheckies the salo of that spikenard, that to his mind was wasted on Christ would have brought Money, ho could understand, but spikenard, bah! It was only n smell. Eoclety has always been afflicted with a class of carpers llko Judas. Thero never was an effort mado to sweeten tho bitter c...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 October 1910

THE CITIZI3N, FRIDAY, OCTOIlEIt 28, 1010. I VALUABLE NEWS FROM Important Happenings and it -u utcd by TH E CITIZEN'S tt-ftt4tHtt-fu-ftt::-fK4tt-f:utt4tt4tt:H::4-:Htt:H:Htt4tt-tt'ftttt4tt4- STERLING. Special to Tlio Citizen. Sterling, ln., Oct. 2C. Grover Shearer hns faithfully carried the mail for over one year and now lie is enjoying a short vacation. Ethel Simons and Flossie Dortree recently spent a few days at home. They are students at the Bast Stroudsburg State Normal school. Mrs. Victoria Nohlo, of Tracoy vlllc. Is spending a week with her brother, Albert Bortreo. John 0. Cattorson fell off a horse, and report says broke n rib. Ed. Polly of Nebraska, is the guest of Mrs. H. II. Robacker. He has been absent from Salem, his native town, for 26 years. Mrs. S. N. Cross and daughter, Mrs, W. B. Lesher. and children were guests of Rev. David Evans and fam ily of Wilkes-Barre, last week. Mrs. Evans Is sadly afflicted and Is not ex pected to live long. The 23rd was observed as Rally d...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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