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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 November 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, NOV. l, 1010. CENT A WORD COLUMN ROOMS l-'Olt RENT, with furnace hcnt. Inquire of Mrs. E. O. Secor, 1314 Thirteenth street. tf A WELL KNOWN fact: SOMMER The Jeweler, carries the lnrgest stock In town. tf. FOR HUNT 7 rooms and bath, gas and furnace. C1C Church street Inquire at house. FOl'It LARGE rooms to hunt, 1317 Spring street.1 Call after C o'cleck In tho evening. OUK watch, clock, jewelry, optical and engraving departments aro prepared for tho ruBh of Institute week. SOMMER, Tho Jeweler, tf. FOR SALE The charter of tho "Honesdnlo Cut Glass Co." Apply to Horbeck-Demcr Co. 2t SPECIAL Inducements offered teach ers by SOMMBH, Tho Jeweler, 'tf K. F. 1). MAIL BOXES approved by Postmaster General. 1.00 each at Murray Co's. 87W4 BOARD AND ROOM for four teach ers during Institute. 1231 Spring street. 87t3. ALL GOODS bought engraved fred by SOMMER, The Jeweler. tf. A BARGAIN A six horse-power upright boiler In good order for sale. Seelyvlllo Fire Co. tf FOIt SALE ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 November 1910

THE CITIZU. . AVElMfKSDAY, NOV. 0, 1010. THE SHIPWRECK L A Lesson In Courage and In the Value of Life. By HOWARD FIELDING. Copyright, 1910. by Amrrlcnn 'l'ress Asso ciation. Mr. H.'irtlctt luul not visited his of flco that morning, ntul It may have been about noon when nn elevator dls gorged lilm on the level of his own place of business. Immediately he was nwnre of the high keyed, boyish Tolce of James, his handy ninn, a crea ture of many duties and of nn anx ious, devoted fidelity. "There's n lady waltlu' for you," Bald James. "She's In your room, she Is." "What sort of n lady?" asked Bart lctt. "A young lady," answered James. "She's been there about half nn hour, with a suit ensc. I never saw her be fore. She's got blue eyes, very blue eyes, she lias. And I guess she ain't feeltn' well. I took her In n glass o' water n couple o' times an' she drunk It She was thirsty, she was." Bartlett shook his head. Uo could not remember nny young lady of this kind. And yet the eyes "China blu...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 November 1910

t THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, NOV. I), 1010. WHY PARK ARE fmprovc Social and More! Con ditions of a Community. PAY WELL AS AN INVESTED How Kansas City Has Profited by Us Parking System Methods For Towns to Adopt In Securing Parks Why A . i l ' n nuracuveness rays. I The old idea of parks was that t'u are luxuries and are chlelly for tlio who had time and taste to enjoy tn beautiful. A city or town that couli afford parks was regarded much in th same light as a rich man who nr. Bcssed in his own home beautii.i. paintings, statuary and other works of art These were obtained chlelly to gratify the pride of the owner or t gratify the taste of the family and friends capable of enjoying such thing Soon it was seen that parks not onlj furnished pleasure, but greatly In creased the health and huppine-v f the people and Improved the s-oelal ami moral conditions of the eominunitk-i says .T. B. Baker In Farm and Han. ') I could easily demonstrate this fact, but wo have not time hero, nor do I thin...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 November 1910

TIIK CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 0, 11)10. IN GOOD OLD WAYNE Nuggets of News from Alert INDIAN ORCHARD. Special to Tho CITIZEN. Indian Orchard, Pa., Nov. 7. A sovcro Biiow storm visited this place on Thursday. In many places the roads were drifted, making traffic dllllcult. Mr. Wizard, who hauls milk for the Horden's, was obliged to exchange his wagon for Blelghs. Many of the farmers wero not ex pecting the storm. Their corn Is still In the fields and their ruta bagas arc not pulled. Wo are now receiving our mall by rural delivery and as usual many are satisfied and many are dissatis fied. Lyman It. Garrett called on his brother, Shepherd, of Beach Lake, recently. Tho latter, wo aro sorry to say, is not enjoying very good health. Miss Sadie Wilson, of Beach Lake, spent a fow days recently with her cousin, Nellie Hall. Mrs. Louisa Case spent Wednes day last at the home of Mrs. Kellain, of East Honesdalc. The hunters at this place have killed considerable game of late. Charles Spry, Jr.,...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 November 1910

THE WEATHER Friday partly cloudy wenthcr, preceded by rnln, wlllprcvnll, and on Saturday, fnlr weather, with slowly falling temperatures. if re ' ' io 10 c tc x t? io c tf fi tt Scml-Wcckly Founded ( 5 1908 J Weekly Founded, 1844 J rf v re v J r" fi a A 5 JrtJan 5 ? 1 jPARTY S Wayne Cour of t REPUBLIC 1ft Si 7 . 5 67th YEAR HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1910. NO 90 tfaeti if WHO WH S THE NATION! great surprises sprung by the independent voters governors elected ix many states complete hetuhxs from the north, east, west and south. New York, Nov. 10. As tne inter to turns conic In from nil parts of tho United States It becomes Increasingly evident tbat this Is Indeed a "Demo cratic yenr," us most Democrats de clared and many Republicans ndnilt ted before Tuesday's election. The election, In fact, was a tldnl wave, the Democracy sweeping up and over the Republican beach with gigantic bil lows of ballots that submerged almost every pivotal stronghold of the domi nant...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 November 1910

THE CinZlfK, F1UDAY, NOVKMIttill 11, 1010. STRIKERS ML Three Attackers of Express Wagon Are Nabbed. MAY TIE UP 100,000 DRIVERS. Chairman Rogan of Brotherhood of Teamsters Says, "We Won't Hesi tate to Call Out Everything on Wheels." New York, Nov. S. Three arrests of strikers were mado by the police fol lowing the riot at Korty-scvcnth street and Eighth nvenue, this city, hi which an Adams Express company wagon was attacked. The men arrested were taken to the West Forty-seventh street station. The driver had his head cut open by a brick. He was taken to the Adams express barn In West Forty seventh street The two helpers were also Injured. Fully a dozen In the crowd sustained serious Injuries. The police seem unable to cope with the situation, and more trouble of a very serious nature Is expected. "If worse comes to worse we will not hesitate to call out everything on wheels," was the declaration made by Michael Itognu, chairman of the Joint executive committee of the Interna tional B...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 November 1910

TIIK C1TIZK.N, FRIDAY, NO KMllHIl II, lJO. LOCAL INSTITUTE AT EQUINUNK Interesting Session Held Lost Sat urday Gooil Papers Head Lengthy Promm. Special to Tho CITIZEN. Equinunk, Pa., Nov. 3. Tho teachers of Manchester township met at Equinunk October 29, for n local institute. Tho lnstituto woe called to order by Superintendent Kochlcr, who after a short talk ex plaining the purpose of the meet ing, called upon Charles R. Glllow to give his ideas of tho require ments of eighth grado work. Among many pertinent suggestions of tho "Course of Study" reviewed by Mr. Glllow wo note tho follow ing: "Teach not only how to read but what to read." He advocated tho reading of biography, and em phasized tho importance of tho school library. The eighth grade Grammar work should cover use of phrases, syn tax, conjugation of verbs, synonyms, homonyms and plenty of composi tion. Teach pupils use of dictionary. Use dictation exercises to teach spelling. Require much review work of previous grades In...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 November 1910

TUB CITIZEN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1010. THE CITIZEN rUnUKIIF.n fiVhftY WKIlNEHDAY AND FRIDAY BY TIIK rUMLWIIINU COMPANY. Kntcred us socoiul-clnss mutter, tit tlieixtst nlllcc. lloiicsilnle. l'a. SUBSCRIPTION ?1.G0 K, . HAISDKNJIHIIUH. - - l'JtliHIDKNT W. '.V. WOOD. MANAOKH AND SKO'Y J.M.SMKLTKKll KOITOK diiuxtoiir: 0. h. dorm.ikokb. m. ii. al1.k.n. UtNltY tflLBUN, K. n. HAllUENlir.RUII. W. W. WOOD. FRIDAY, NOV. 11, 110. Teller's mnjorlty In the Btato Is 35,849. Hurrah for the Republicans of tho State of Washlngtonl They have granted woman tho right of suffrage. It was a great victory on Tues day In New York. Connecticut, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Indiana, and Ohio, for the Republicans, who un der tho banner of reform allied themselves with the Democrats and placed the above states in tho Dem ocratic column, and gave them a ma jority in Congress ELECTION NEWS. With characteristic enterprise, THE CITIZEN in its regular issue of Wed nesday morning gave as full an ac count as possible ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 November 1910

1HH CITIZRN, F1H1A, XOWfMIlKK 11, 1010. CENT A WORD COLUMN! TKACllKltS, cnll and see our stylos In photographs. They will please you. Bodie, Photographer. It AVAXTKD- -Teachers to visit Row land's new Jewelry store, Institute Week when a 10 per cent, discount will bo given. FOIt SAIjK 'J8 young sheep. All in excellent condition. N. L. WOOD, Doyds Mills. 90U. KOOMS FOU HUNT, with furnaco heat. Inquire of Mrs. E. G. Secor, 1314 Thirteenth street. tf A WKLIj KNOWN fact: SOMMER Tho Jeweler, carries tho largest stock in town. tf. FOIt HUNT 7 rooms and bath, gas and furnace. 61C Church street. Inquire at house. FOUK LAItGE KOO.MS TO RENT, 1317 Spring street. Call after D o'clock In the evening. OUR watch, clock, jewelry, optical and engraving departments are .prepared for tho rush of Institute week. SOMMER, Tho Jeweler, tL SPECIAL inducements offered teach ers by SOMMER, The Jeweler, tf U. F. D. MAIL nOXES approved by Postmaster General. 11.00 each at Murray Co's. 87w4 ALL GOODS bought en...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 November 1910

TTIK OITIZK. , FIHDAY, NOVKMHKK 11, 1010. nnnmi rnuur THE PUDOBN Being Another Case of Truih Stranger Than Fiction. By 0. HENRY. Copyright, 1910. by Doubleday, Page & Company. Spring winked n vltrcons optic nt Editor Westbrook of tbe Mlnervn Magazine nnd deflected him from his course. He hnd lunched In his favor ite corner of n Broadway hotel and was returning to his olllce when his feet became entangled In the lure of the vernal coquette. Which Is by way of saying that ho turned eastward In Twenty-sixth street, safely forded the spring freshet of vehicles In Klfth avenue aud meandered along the walks of budding Madison square. The lenient air and the settings of Uie little park almost formed a pas toral; the color motlff was green tho presiding shade at the creation of man and vegetation. The callow grass between tho walks was the color of verdigris, n poisonous green, reminiscent of the horde of der elict humans that had breathed upon the soli during the summer and au tumn. Th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 November 1910

THE CITIZEN, PIUDAV, NOVEMBER 11, 1010. faturday jQight alks By Rev. F. E. DAVISON Rutland, Vt THE KINO'S 8ENTINEL ASLEEP. International Bible Lesson for Nov. 13, MO (Matt. 26:26-40). (Substitute Lesson.) For a soldier to fall nsleep on sen try duty Is death. No matter what the circumstances, no matter If his somno lence has no ovll consequences. Tho fact that his comrades wens at the mercy of the enemy during his slum bers, leaves the sentinel without ex cuse. The risk is too great to bo overlooked. Asleep on Guard. There are many situations whero a moment's slumber may mean tho destruction of human life, and tho ruin of property. The pilot, steering his vessel through stormy sons, or guiding It Into a tortuous harbor. Tho engineer, rushing through tho mid night, hand on throttle, eyes piercing the darkness, noting every signal light, dragging behind him the wealth, the beauty, the Intelligence of a hun dred communities must not allow his eyelids to close an Instant, lest he should...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 November 1910

TIIK C1TIZUN, FltlDAY, NOVKMUUK 11, 1010. IN GOOD OLD WAYNE Nuggets of News from Alert DAMASCUS. Spccinl to Tho CITIZEN. Damascus, Pa., Nov. 8. Mrs M.l H. Keyes and Miss Hollo Hudson left ou Thursday for Now York where they will spend tho winter. Mrs. Abram Tyler, who has been ill, Is recovering. Quite a number from this place attended tho Sunday school conven tion at Jeffersonvllle on Thursday. Witches, ghosts and hobgoblins took possession of this placo on Mon day night (October 31). Tho Ladles' Aid meet with Mrs. J. A. Canfleld, on Wednesday. Miss Wlllmlna Pcthick spent a few days with Mrs. J. O. Gcdney, at Kenoza Lake last week. Mr. and Mrs. L. Olvcr left on Fri day for Syracuse, N. Y where they will visit their son. Mr. Charles Drake, of New York, is the guest of Dr. Otto Appley. BEACH LAKE How tho Women Help Get tho Voto Out In Bench Lakc Henri, Clip, unci Preserve. Special to The CITIZEN. Beach Lake, Pa., Nov. 10. Wo are not so much pleased with the new mall route. Wo miss 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. — 16 November 1910

MIK WEATHER Wednesday pnrtly cloudy; nntl on Tlnirsdny fair weather with slight temperatures. K'WK'KlClCK'K'jrjCiCX V JO iO ' M 15 Scml-VVcckly Founded 2 1908 i H Weekly Founded, 1844 J k4 .M , 1 jl t ot. Wuyn j? ounty Orj'on ' t the S ' 1 REPU . CAN PARTY ,j j 1 67th YEAR- HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1910. NO 91 ST C WAT THE INSTITUTE THEY MAKE TIIKIK LITTLE HOWS BEFORE THE MANY WAYNE COUNTY TEACHERS AND BEGIN WORK ON SCHED ULE TIME KNOWLEDGE AD MINISTERED IN AIjIjOPATHIC DOSKS HUSSIONS WELL AT TENDED. Tho forty-third annual Institute of the Wayne county teachers opened Its sessions very auspiciously In tho High School Auditorium on Monday at 2 p. m. Supt. Koehler made a few appro priate remarks of greeting, and urgdd the teachers to do their part by promptness and attention to make tho most of the week's apportunltles for the henellt not only of themselves but the pupils of Wayne county. Prof. Watkins, who has become a part of our institute and whose work ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 November 1910

THH C1TIZM, WHIiNHSIJAV, NOV. 10, 11)10. The Scrap Book Willing ii Holp. "When I was n young fellow, Just beginning the practice of Inw," snltl Magistrate House, "two of the oddest diameters about the courts wcro the Cohen brothers, David nnd rhlllp. They hnd a habit of appearing on the opposite sides of the same case. Ono day when Chief Justice Shay called tho calendar in the city court David Cohen answered 'Heady' for tho plain tiff in one enso, nnd Immediately Philip Cohen answered 'Heady for tho do l'cudnnt On tho second call David ngain answered 'Heady,' but rhlllp an Bwered 'Not ready.' This caused Jus tico Shnw to say: 'Why, rhlllp Cohen, fifteen minutes ago you wcro ready. How Is it that you are not ready now?' " 'May it plcaso your honor,' replied Philip Cohen, 'I wns ready when you first called tho calendar, but since then I havo learned that my brother David has fifteen witnesses in court, and I havo only twelve. I should Ilko nn ad journment so that I may be able to go o...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 November 1910

THIS CIT1ZI.A, WKDNKSllAl, NV. HI, 1IH0. UNCL13 SAM ON MILK, Worried Mothers Told How to Pro tect Helpless Little Stomachs. Fearing that the babies of the na tion were golnE to bo doprlved of pasteurized nilllt, Undo Sam has come to their rescue with a timely Uttle pamphlet on "The Caro of Milk aud Its Use In the Home." In It ho tells worried mothers all over the country how to pastoilrlze milk at home. Ho says: Milk Is most conveniently pasteur ized In tho bottles In which It Is de livered. To do this use a small pall with a perforated falso bottom. An Inverted pie tin with a few holes punched In It will answer this pur pose. This will ralso tho bottles from the bottom of tho pail, thuB allowing a freo circulation of water and preventing bumping of the bot tles. Punch a hole through the cap of one of the bottles and insert a thermometer. The ordinary floating typo of thermometer Is likely to be inaccurate, and if possible a good thermometer with tho scale etched on the glass should...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 November 1910

TIIU CITIZUN, WKDNKSDAY, NOV. 10, 11)10. THE CITIZEN PUNLtmiKD EVFKY VI;lNl:Bl)AY AND FRIDAY DV TIIK CITIZEN I'UHMKIIlNt) COMPANY. Kn rivilnsj second-class innttor. at the pout otllre. llonvsiiale. I'a. suiisciiiption $l.G0 K. II. II AltniCNHKKdll. 1M5KSII1KNT W. W. WOOD. - MAXAOKU ANDSKC'Y J.M.SMKI.TZKU KDlTOJt i)i!iFCroi:: 0. H. DuKFLlNDER. M. B. ALIEN. arjfBT WILSON. K. B. IIAR1)KNIF.KU11. W. W. WOOD. WHDXKSDAV, NOV. 10, 11)10. IX CASK OF KIMS! Ordinance No. 15. KIre Alarm Signals, section 1. The steam gong shall bo sounded only at 12 M. noon nnd In case of an alarm of lire. For GENERAL ALARM, the gong will sound ONE LONG BLAST : for lire about TWELFTH STREET BRIDGE one long nnd one short blnst at Intervals of ten seconds ; for flro BETWEEN 12TH STREET AND 7TII STREET, ono long and two short blasts at Inter vals of ten seconds, ; for flro BELOW 7TH, ono long and three short blasts at Intervals of ten sec onds : for flro OUT SIDE OF BOROUGH LIMITS three long blasts . What we need ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 November 1910

XIUC CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 10, 1010. COLUMN FOR SALE A pair of bay road horsc3 C years old, weighing 2300. Address William Everly, Lakovlllo. 91t4. WANTED Teachers to visit Row land's new Jewelry store, Institutes Week when a 10 per cent, discount will be given. KOlt SALE 28 young sheep. All In excellent condition. N. L. WOOD, Iioyds Mills. 90t4. ROOMS FOR HUNT, with furnaco heat, inquire of Mrs. E. G. Secor, 1314 Thirteenth street. tf A WELL KNOWN fact: SOMMER Tho Jeweler, carries tho largest stock in town. tf. FOR ItENT 7 rooms and hath, gas and furnace. G16 Church street. Inqulro at house. FOUR liARGE ROOMS TO RENT, 1317 Spring street. Call after 5 o'clock in tho evening. OUH watch, clock, Jewelry, optical and engraving departments are prepared for tho rush of Institute week. SOMMER, Tho Jeweler, tf. SPECIAL inducements offered teach ers by SOMMER, Tho Jeweler, tf U. 1 1). MAIL BOXES approved by Postmaster General. $1.00 each at Murray Co's. 87w4 ALL GOOIS bought engraved free...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 November 1910

THE- OITIZK. , WKDNKSDAV, NOV. JO, 1010. HUMOR OF THE DAY All Gone to Waste. Ills liulr Was streaked with gray. Kino lines Imtl inmk their nppenr niico nt tlio corners of his eyes titid around his mouth. lint tho lire of youth still shone un dimmed In his visual orbs. "Uucnnvlsla MeCorlfle," he exclaim ed, "how long have I been coming to boo you'" I "lou know as well as I tlo, Uollvnr Pykc," answered the maid, lovely still, though In her early nutumn. "Twenty years." "Twenty years! Why didn't you give uic the Icy mitt ages ngo?" "I think I did-occaslonally. "Why have you couthiueil to stick about?" "Perhaps because you never abso lutely put the kibosh on me and per haps because" "You got Into the habit of it, and It was too much trouble to break away." "Buenavlsta, you know better than that. Haven't I told you a thousand times that 1 love you?" "Never Just In that way, Bolivar, I think. You may have hinted it a few hundred times possibly, but that's all." "But, great Scott, Buenavls...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 November 1910

THE CITIZEN, WKDNKSDAY, NOV. 10, 1010. PROVIDING 8HELTER FOR HOQ8, Form of Straw Pile for Swine That la Proving Satisfactory. In some rospocts, tbcro Is no bet ter wny of sheltering hogs In real cold weather than to give thorn the run of the straw pile. Of course, this plan Is open to very serious objec tions If sultablo accommodations nre not provided. To merely turn a largo drovo of hogs against an avernco Blzed Btraw pile without making prop er provisions for their comfort Is to make "piling" easy and death by suf focation or Injury probable. Without the ozpendlturo of much monoy or labor good shelters may bo made In Straw-Pile Shelter. Btraw piles. The accompanying Illus tration will give the reader an Idea of one very common type of a straw-pile hog pen. Two or three forked posts are Bot securely In tho ground and In tho forks of these a strong rail is placed to support the slanting timbers which rest upon the ground. The rails aro held securely In place by the straw which is p...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 November 1910

THK CITIZEN, WKDNKSDAY, NOV. 10, 1010. IN GOOD OLD WAYNE Nuggets of News from Alert Citizen Correspondents. BETHANY. ; Special to Tho CITIZEN. I Bethany, Nov. 14. Honry Kent,! of Carbondnle, Is visiting Ills sis tor, Mrs. Edwnrd Hncker. Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Cody attend ed the birthday surprise party Fri day evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Bodle, Haines. It was Mr. Rodio's seventieth birthday and their forty-ninth wedding an niversary. Ho was tho recipient of many useful presents and kind re membrances. Miss Susan Dryant, a life-long resident of this place, Is In very poor health. Dr. Powell, of Hones dale, called on her Sunday. Wesley Paynter and Robert Mil ler, of Carbondale, spent several days here last week, gunning. Ella Gammell expects to spend Thursday In Wllkes-Darre and hear Joseph Hofmann In Irem Temple. The Honesdale District Sunday School convention will be held In tho M. E. church here on Friday, No vember 18. Morning session from 10:20 to 11:30; nfternoon...

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