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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 November 1910

TUB CITIZEN, FRILAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1010. I CENT A WORD COLUMN! IK IT'S A DOCKASH thnt Is all you need know about a stove. Join tho DOCKASH army and bo happy. MURRAY CO., Honcsilalo, Pa. 94t2 BEGINNING Saturday, November 2C, tho Houcsdalo Consolidated Light, lleat and Power compay's olllco will be open from one to llvo Saturday arternoons. It AVANTED IMMEDIATELY A couple of furnished rooms for light house-keeping by young mar ried couple . Address THE CITIZEN. IK IT'S COUCHES, see them at Brown's Eurnlturo store. 93ol2 FOR SAIjE OR RENT One-story factory building 125 by 75 feet. Covered with Century (lire proof) shingles. New steam heating plant. 200 feet of shafting and 2 motors. Apply the Herbeck-Demer Co. tf IF IT'S leather and wood dining chairs, go to Brown's Furniture Btoro. 93col2 WIIjIj RE HERE Will be in Hones dale week of November 28. Ad dress Mr. Wlnt, Hotel Wayne. 93t2 WANTED A girl for general house work. Inquire of Mrs. John Krantz, Jr., North Main street, Honesdale. 92t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 November 1910

THE CITIZEN. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER l!o, JIMO. 1MELY HINTS r farm Lime and Legumes. To grow successfully or luxurlantl ill llio legumes must roxv nodules on lliolr roots. These ncdulcs conliiln tin minute organisms that In some wnj enable the plants to draw a supply ol nitrogen from the air, not only to give the plants themselves a luxuriant growth, but to leavo a greater or lest portion In the. soil for the benefit of future crops. These nodules will not form In acid mill, and tbo reason that It Is more or less dllllcult to grow the Iegumes elover, alfalfa, etc. on many fnrms If because the soil Is more or less acid Mine regulates or neutralizes the acid Ity, and It Is well to treat with lime nny land where It Is proposed to grow leguminous crops. From fiOO to 1,000 or even l.fiOC pounds of llnie to the acre may be np plied, and all forms of lime are used for that purpose. But stone lime Is evidently the best. It should be slaked Into flue powder, nnd for convenience of application It mn...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 November 1910

Till! CITIZEN, KIM DAY, NOVEMREU 23, 11)10. For the Children Pacts About the Fishes That Fly. Vtf ,'.V.'.'i'A. 'iliJALuil!iLV. The wlnss of two known kinds of flying llsh nro the pectoral flns Rrown to nn enormous slzo, snys St. Nicholas. The kind commonly seen Is called the llyliiR herring and resembles the Knr plkc. Thoy do not move these tins when (lying, but seem, rather to float on the wind, such flight sometimes ex tending In calm weather to a distance of more than an eighth of a mile. When they come on board a ship their coming Is supposed to bo caused by nlr currents which the wind makes as It strikes against the side of the ves sel and which lift the fish above the deck. Some observers say that It can change the direction of Its flight at will, but It is probably at the mercy of the wind. The flsh are supposed to leave the water to escape a hungry enemy. Magic Writing. In this game a confederate Is neces sary. The player states to the com pany, after a few remarks on ancien...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 November 1910

TIIR CITIZfi.. , FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1010. THANKSGIVING WEEK IN WAYNE COUNTY WITH THE HOME FOLKS WHAT THEY ARE SAYING AND HAWLEY. Silver Anniversary Celebrated Glass Trailo Prospects Encourag- lnit Death of John Inventing, Aged Resident. Special to The CITIZEN. Hawley, Ia., Nov. 24. Tho so cial event of tho week will ho the annual "Commers" to he given by tho Maennerchor society, Wednes day night, Nov. 23. Elaborate prep arations are being mado to surpass alt previous affairs of tho kind. A high class entertainment will ho one of the features. One hundred elec tric lights have been Installed for the occasion. Peter Daniel, Lakevlllc, Chester Pennell and L. Curtis, Ariel, who joined n party of hunters In Plko county, Tuesday, returned Friday night without game having been seen during the time. Thirteen deer wero within easy range of their rllles, but no horns being vlslblo they dared not shoot. Mrs. Sarah Kimble and daughter, Charlotte, wero recent guests of Gravity relatives. Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 November 1910

WEATHER FORECAST: Snow. WEATHER FORECAST: Snow. THE CITIZEN Is the most widely ,rul . scml-wcckly newspaper printed In Wnyno County. IT Is never too early ti In your Christinas b? ? ng. 8thrt riowt , .''a 4 a "-. a 3 . 67th TEAR. HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1910. NO 95 tmm COMING HVKXTS. City. The Whatsoever Circle's annual fair and supper will lie held at tho Methodist church parlors. Thursday evening, December 1. Supper, 40 cents. The White Ribboners will meet Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 29, at three o'clock with Mrs. C. J. Dibble. Sub ject, "The Temperance CaiiBO In tho Sunday School." County. Pleasant Valley W. C. T. U. will meet at the home of Mrs. Carrie Walter, December 3. Subject, "Scientific Temperance Instruction. There will be an oyster supper, Wednesday, November 30, at Chas. Plntler's, Slko, for the benefit -of Slko Sunday school. All are cordial ly Invited. MATRIMONIAL. Horace D. Brown, Honesdale, and Miss Grace F. Orchard, daughter of Mr. William ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 November 1910

THE ClTIKlffN, WKDNKSDAV, NOV. 0, 1010. -Ooo II Even if Elected Speaker of Next Gongrcss by Democrats llo Will Face Threatened Re actionary Movement In Own Parly. -Ooo By JAMES A. 1-DCEU.TON. WIIEN' Champ Clark Is elected speaker or perhaps I bad better put It, If Champ Clark la elected speaker lie will have two very Important appoint ments to make. Already It Is under stood there is llerco rivalry In Missou ri ns to these places. No, they are nothing so trivial as committee as signments, secretaries or anything of that sort. Some time ago Mr. Clark announced that when he reached the coveted place ho would ride down Tennsylva nla avenua behind a pair of Missouri mules. There is a scramble among Missouri mules for a place in that team. Presumably Mr. Clark will choose two products of Pike county muledom. not only because ho lives in that county, but because the Pike mule Is more vivacious and tnkes a deeper interest In his country's welfare. To pull a full fledged speaker of the hous...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 November 1910

f THE CITIZR. . WEDNESDAY, NOV. 0, HI10. MUDA The Lmid of the Lilly and sa absolutely TRIPS the Rose," H of by "T Honesdale an ITiZEN" to youn Wayn 9 N O c E o c o m Cm o e -J EI W e County! An offer unparalleled in the history of Honesdale newspapers I !7 " """"" I . . . - , - :-;rv -j:m i 5" ; , - V-V - - ' !- '"? - - - ' I !2L . ' A w a 'Sig'T . EC3 "THE CITIZEN" PAYS THE BILLS! WHO MAY ENTER: PLAN OF CONTEST The territory in which The Citizen circulates will be divided into four districts as de scribed in "The Rules and Regulations." The candidate in each district receiving the highest number of votes will be entitled to this splendid trip. The candidate having the greatest number of votes in the entire contest, after the four tours have been awarded, will also be given a tour. That is, the young lady receiving the highest num ber of votes in the entire contest has the privilege of choosing a companion. A coupon will be printed in each issue, and will entitle the holder to the a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 November 1910

TIIH C1T1S5I5N, WKDXKHDAY, NOV. .'JO, 10i0. THE CITIZEN SeiiiMVoekly bounded U)08; Weekly Founded KSI I. rut i.ibiied every ukuarsiiay and Friday nv . THE CITIZEN rUHI.lHUt.NO COMPANY. Kn ereilas swuml-clMA imilter. at the post olllce. HuucMlnlc. l'a. sunscnii'TioN $i.co K. II. HAItDlCNIlKKUll. : l'lUiSIDKNT W W. WOOD. - MANAUKIt AND dHO'Y J.M.SMKl.TZKll, - - EDITOR IlIIlKCTOilS: 0. H. DORFLI.NUEH. M. 11. AI.I.K.N. . HKtin wilhon. B.ii.itAMinsiinnoii. W. W. WOOD. whunksday, xov. o, nno. PEOPLE'S FORUM. "Christian Dully." Mr. Editor: Surely one cause for devout thanksgiving Is to be found in the fact that the churches of Honesdale nro In such closo touch with each other, mnrchlng shoulder to should er against a common foe. The unity for which we pray must first come, It seems to me, In this way, "That they all may ho one, that the world may believe that thou didst send me, and lovest them even as thou lovest mo." In one verso Jesug uses the word "bellevo" and In another "know." We ar...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 November 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, NOV. SJO, 1010. loioeicxeieieioieis S CENT A WORD COLUMN IV IT'S A DOCKASH thnt Is nil you need know about a stovo. Join the DOCKASH army nnd bo happy. Mt'IiKAY CO., Honcsdnfcj, I'n. 9H2 IE IT'S COUCHES, sco them nt Brown's Furniture store. !)3oia KOH SAIjE OH HENT One-story factory building 125 by 75 feet. Covered with Century (lire proof) shingles. New steam heating plant. 200 feet of shnftlng and 2 motors Annlr tho llcrbeck-Demer Co. tf IE IT'S leather and wood dining chairs, go to Urown's Furniture store. yacorj EXTENSION TAIHjES best and cheapest at Urown's Furniture store. UJcou KI.KIfillS. CUTTEHS. hobs Largest variety at prices to Interest you nt JIUKKAY OO., iioncsunio PA. 94t2. KITCHEN CA1HNETS on snlo at Urown's Furnlturo store. 93ol W IT'S CHINA closets, on sale at Urown's Furnlturo store, a ion FOU HENT 7 rooms and bath, gas ana rurnace. uib unurcn Bireei Inquire at house. SIDEUOAHDS that are sideboards at Brown's Furnlturo store. eo!2 JFOH SALE ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 November 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, NOV. HO, 11)10. Ti! LY BREVmES Clilna exports I1,niv,000 fntis a year Most workers in Switzerland are em ployed nbout cloven hours a day. England's shipping industry, accord 5ng to report, Is steadily Improving. Tomatoes packed In pent and saw dust go from Toronto to London lu good order. Sailors returning from near Capo Ilorn report having seen a boating Is land several miles square. PortUfial lias colonies In the West Indies, Asia and Africa with a total population of more than 0,000,000. Last year's olive crop in Spain was so abnormally largo that the trees were, debilitated, the consequence being a very poor crop this year. The Flint Mich.) school board has secured a ninety-nine year lease of a Bite for a new school building at the rate of one clover blossom a year. Already more than 1,000 elementary schools have been opened lu Slam, the country enjoying an educational boom because of the Interest of the king. The army is experimenting with a new shell de...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 November 1910

TIIE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, NOV. HO, 1010. ILDREN ONLY IN THIS CHAPEL Boston's Giiurcti For the Youngsters Is Unique. WAS FOUNDED 75 YEARS AGO Named For Rev. Charles F. Barnard, a Unitarian Minister, Whose Power of Interesting Juveniles and Establish Ing Dancing Classes Won Him Steady and Loyal Following. The IJnrunrd Memorial chapel on Warrenton street, In Boston's south end, is unique. It Is and always has been distinctively a children's church. There the service Is carefully planned to in cot the tastes and limitations of children. And the little ones take their parents to the meetings instead of the other way round. This church was founded three-quarters of a century ago by Charles P. Barnard, a Unitarian minister, who had Oliver Wendell Holmes for a classmate In Harvard. At that time Mr. Barnard had a class in the II oil Is street church, over which Rev. John Plerpont, grandfather of J. I'lerpont Morgan, presided. The agreement was that Mr. Barnard should hold a spe cial service f...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 November 1910

T1IJB CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 30, 1010. WITH THE HOME FOLKS WHAT THEY ARE SAYING AND STERLING. Speclnl to Tho CITIZEN. Sterling, Nov. 2G. William Stev ens was born September 19, 1828, and died nt tho residence of Ills son, Harry, In Dunmore, November 10, hence Mr. Stevens wns 72 years and ten months old. Ho 1b survived by two sons, Wesley nnd Harry, and Mrs. Minnie Deckard, Mrs. Lcnora Wheeler, Mrs. Nettle Keel and, wo think, Mrs. Nora Sobrlng, but her whereabouts could not bo ascertain ed. Tho burial took jdnco on the 22nd at the Nobletown cemetery and Rev. W. B. Wobstcr preached tho sermon here. Services wero also held at Dunmore. A number of grandparents and many of tho neighbors showed their respect for the deceased by attending the fun eral. Thus another old landmark Is gone and we do not think there Is another octogenarlon living In Sterling. Mrs. Margaret Malcbme Is still In n critical condition nnd her sons, William, of Dunmore, nnd Ernest, of Blnghamton, have called to see...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 December 1910

WEATHER FORECAST: Snow'. WEATHER FORECAST: Snow. THE CITIZEN. Is tlio most widely rend- scnil-wockly newspaper ,prliitbd ' in1 Wnyiio County. . &r!iT Is. never too. early to begin . "x'4 your' Christmas 1 shopping. 3 67th YEAR. a w HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1910. NO 96 "IRVING BOULEVARD?" Cttaett LOOK WHO'S HERE! NAMES OF BERMUDA EDUCATIONAL TOUR CANDIDATES ARE PUBLISHED TODAY Great free Bermuda Contest of The CITIZEN meets with popular approvalMany Can didates nominated by their friends Heavy voting will soon commence The great race is on in earnest Old subscribers can vote for their friends Ballot good for ioo votes todayIs your favorite on the list ? They are off In a bunch! Are you one of them? The first list of nomi nations In THE CITIZEN'S Grent Tour of Bermuda Contest Is printed today. Look over the list and pick out a favorite, or better yet, If you are not a candidate clip out the nomination ballot, fllll In, and en ter the race. The trips are worth...

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

THE ClTl.lX, KKIDAY, DKCKMItKK SI, 1010. AFTER m D Government Would Dissolve Trust; files Bill, NAMES HEAD OF MORMONS. Havemoyer Executors Also Charged With Participating In Gigantlo Monopoly In Restraint of Tradu. How Business Was Controlled. New York. Nov. 29. United Stntra Attorney Wise has filed the Ioiik ex pected hill of complaint In the pov crnnient's suit to dissolve the suptr trust under the Sherman antitrust law. In the suit, like that against the Stand ard Oil, the povcrhnient asks the court to declare that a coinhlnatlon and con spiracy exists for the monopoly of the supir business and to restrain the American Sugar Itclintng company, the National Sugar Hetlulng company and the Western Sugar Itcllnlng company from engaging In Interstate commerce In sugar and to restrain any one from voting on the stock of tho companies named In the bill. The hill was drawn by Mr. Wise un der the direction of Attorney General Wickershnm and names ns defendants thirty sugar companies alleg...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 December 1910

FRIDAY, DEO. a, 1010. BERMUDA TRIP "The Land of the Lily and the Rose." til L3 L1 L" n y TIIH OITIZI1. . 5 S, a hbj,b.,M)i by fiSTi C8TIZE S3 tOOUHCI I of Hon N O CO E 0) o (0 0 esdale and Wayne County! An offer unparaBBeied in the history of r HonesdaBe newspapers K o 30 HO "THE CITIZEN" PAYS THE BILLS! WHO MAY ENTER : PLAN OF CONTEST The territory in which The Citizen circulates will be divided into four districts as de scribed in "The Rules and Regulations." The candidate in each district receiving the highest number of votes will be entitled to this splendid trip. The candidate having the greatest number of votes in the entire contest, after the four tours have been awarded, will also be given a tour. That is, the young lady receiving the highest num ber of votes in the entire contest has the privilege of choosing a companion. A coupon will be printed in each issue, and will entitle the holder to the accompanying votes when properly filled out. Paid in advance subscrip tions wil...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 December 1910

TIII3 CITIZEN, Kit I DAY, DHCEMUEIl 2, 1010. THE CITIZEN rUHl.IHIIKll RVRHY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY I1T TIIK CITIZEN rUnUSMINOCOMfANV. Kntemlns spooml-cliisB mutter, nt tlionobt olllcc. Huiifstlnlu. I'ti. SUBSCRIPTION u.co K. It. HAUDKNIIKItOII. l'KKSIOKNT W. W. WOOD, - MANAOKK AND HKO'Y J. M.SMKI.TZKK KDITOlt DiitRcrons: 0. n. PURFL1NOER. M. ft. AIXF.N. UKNRT WILSON. K. II. H AIinKNUEUdlt. W. W. WOOD. Kit I DAY, 1KC. 2, 11)10. IltVIXG ItOL'liKVAItl). Tlio project to beautify Jlnin street from State Itride to 1 lie Town Limits I)' turning it into n boulevard ultli tlrivcwnys on either side, as MiKKested ly Stnt Highway Com missioner Joseph V. Hunter, is one worthy of serious consideration by nil public-spirited cltlens of the city of llonesdnlc. The Maple City lins lolly since outgrown' the "swad dling clothes" stage of its existence, and is ready to put on llnery worthy of the dignity and standing of the municipality in Northeastern Penn sylvania. The idea to improve Up per Main stree...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 December 1910

TIIK CITIZEN, FIUDAV, DICCKMItKIt 2, 1010. CENT A WORD COLUMN i AVANTHI Glnss cutters, good routhers and smoothers on table ware. Good pay and steady work for cood men. Thomas B. Camp bell. 40-42 South 8th St., Ilrooklyn, N. Y. 92t2. VOll SALH OK BUNT One-story factory building 125 by 75 feet. Covered with Century (fire proof) shingles. New steam "heating plant. 200 feet of shafting and 2 motors. Apply the Herbeck-Domor Co. tf FOB KKXT 7 rooms ami batliT gas and furnace. GIG Church street. Inquire- at house. FOK SALE Kelly & Stelnman brick factory building, Including en gine, boiler and shafting, Inquiro of J. B. Robinson. fqtf. FOK SALIC Pair of chilled sleigh shoes for heavy bobs; two-seated pleasuro sleigh, full panel, uphol stered scats, drop end board mount ed on sleigh bobs, polo and shafts;' now spring cutter, painted red and' black, with spring cushions; heavy doublo work harness; single buggy harness; heavy lumber wagon; now wine press. All as good as new. One Qornoll I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 December 1910

THE CITIZEN, FltlDAY, DECKMltHK 2, 1010. II Justice of the Peace Uses Lash on Wife Beater. LAW WASN'T STRONG ENOUGH Albert Gey Had a Habit of Attacking Hi Wife So Judge Hayden Tried Successfuly a Modo of Punish ment Not on the Books. Wllkeslmrre, Pa., Nov. 20. Justice of the Pcaco J. 1 Ilnydcn of Swoyors vllle usoil a horsewhip to vlRorously thrash Albert Ory of tho same place, who Is n chronic wife beater and who had again beaten and badly Injured Ids wife. She went to the office of Justice Hayden and told how her husband had brutally beaten her and asked that he be punished. "I'll punish him properly this time," the Justice declared and sent a consta ble for Gey. When the prisoner ar rived ho found the Justice In his shirt sleeves and armed with a heavy horse whip. "Take your coat off and get down on your knees, you brute!" roared th.o magistrate. "The law does not provide proper punishment for the likes of you, so I'll give you a taste of the med icine you like to administer." Sw...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 December 1910

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, DKCKMIltiK 2, 1010. JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN. H Is Sure to Retain Hit Seat In Parliament. London, Nov. 10. Joseph Cunmber laln will be one of the first members of the new parliament, lie has been again chosen by the Unionists, despite his 111 health, to represent West Rlr uihmham, and he will not bo opposed. Mr Chamberlain has represented this constituency since 1S70. The I'nlonlsts of Ulster nre fiercely npltnted over the renewed prominence of the home rule movement and are breathlnp threats of fire nnd slaughter. The Ulster Unionists council had a se ries of meetings at Belfast, at one of which It was agreed to draw up a dec laration refusing to pay taxes or rates Imposed by any Dublin parliament or to obey any decrees Issued by such a parliament. The meeting appointed a committee to organize Ulster men Into regiments. Fifty thousand dollars was subscribed to buy arms. The Orange men are In deadly earnest, and If the Liberals return to power to establish home rule U...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 December 1910

this crrizE.!, fiuday, dkckmhkii 2, into. WITH THE HOME FOLKS WHAT THEY ARE SAYING AND WAYMART. Special to The CITIZEN. Wnymnrt, I'n., Nov. 30. The I'rotonlart Literary society held a meeting Frldny, Nov. 11, nml elect ed the following olllcera: President, Hownrd Wilson; vice-president, Hnrt Dymond; recording secretary, He bah Fielding; corresponding secre tary, Alice lllleman; assistant, Edith Keen; treasurer, Almah Stevenson; -llhrnrlan, Ioroy Hooper; nsslstnnt librarian, Lclda Chubb; marshal, Percy Minor; pianist, Gencvlovo Kennedy. Jess Pugh and Company will np poar February 22, 1911, as the open ing of the course of lectures" given by the society. Miss Louise Walker Is spending two weeks with friends In Scranton. Helen Lamont Is visiting relatives In Philadelphia. Isaac Dentham has undcrgono an operation at Dr. Thompson's hospi tal and will return Thursday of this week. EAST BEACH LAKE. Special to THE CITIZEN. East Beach Lake, Nov. 25. Mrs. W. J. Van Wert nnd son, Willie, re tu...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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