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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 December 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, DEC. I I, 1010. CENT A WORD COLUMN FOR screens go to Brown's Furnl turo store. CRUCIFIX, Itosarys, Crucifix wltli candle sticks and water fount In told. SOMMER, The Jewelor. 99t4 THINKING about getting sonio fan cy rockers?, Seo Urown's. SEVEN ROOM HOUSE barn and other buildings. Two-acro vego tnblo and chicken farm. Right at depot, Portenln. Two miles from Honesdalo. Can bo bought for a song. A spring of water. School enrby. "Talk about commuting distance." This Is It., Seo DOIUN. It. TOM LEATHER AND WOOb-SEAT dining chairs call at Urown's fur mlturo store. 39t3 UV.HU BAGS, all sizes. SOMMER, Tho Jeweler. 9lt4 NEW HALL HACKS at Urown's Furniture Store. 99t3 FOR A CHHISTALVS PRESENT fori your sbn select one of our vulu-1 able watches; add a chain or fob, ami vnn will mnltn him hanDV.! C. t Petersen. 9812 iron LADIES' DESK go to Urown's Furniture storo. ,93t3 WATCHES Ladles' and Gent's gold filled, silvor and nickle. All Makes; reliable time-keepers. SOM MER. ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 December 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 14, 1010. THEIR FIRST I CHRISTMAS, i i The llttlo Snoozers had never bad a Ouristmns, and Mary, the oldest cldld, was twelve years old. Then Mary read a book with such a glowing description of a Christmas in a city homo that her blood tingled with delight and desire. "Why, Dick," she snld to her ten-year-old brother, "all wo'vo got to do is to hang up our stockings by tlio chim ney and nn old man named Santa Olaus comes down and lllls them chuck full of pretty things. It seems too good to bo true, but that Is what tlio book says." "Let's all hang up our stockings to morrow night and see what comes of It Shall we?" Dick was agreed; so wero all the rest Now, Reuben Snooror, father of th oblldrcn, was not a poor man, but h frowned down all holidays, calling thorn "notliln' but tarnal foolishness," "on, fa pa, yours is de biggest!" bo when he came into the great farm kitchen that night, after the children had gone to bed, he "ha-ha-hahed" loudly, while he bu...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 December 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, DUO. 14, 1010. IDE W BILLS. Misspelled Word Betrayed Counterfeit Gurrency. WERE IMPORTED FROM ITALY. Stoker on Steamer Caught by Secret Service Agents When He Was Try ing to Sell Spurious Money to One of Them. New York, Dec. 8. The secret serv ice division of the treasury depart ment mndo one of the most important arrests It has made In n counterfeit hit; case In many months when Caesar l'aotcttl was taken ns he stepped from the Anchor line steamer Italia In New York. On l'aotcttl were found 2,500 five-dollar counterfeit bills. According to the secret service olllclals, these Mils were made In Italy, nnd PaotettI merely acted as the npent In bringing them over here for disposition. The engraver spells the English word "treasury" "treasnrg." Five hundred of the bills were un loaded on New York about n month ago. l'aotcttl was the boss coal stoker on the Italia and Is charged with try ing to sell 500 more of the hills to a federal agent for ?S75 In regular mon ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 December 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, DEO. 14, 1010. WITH THE HOME FOLKS WHAT THEY ARE SAYING AND ARIEL. "Yoiiiis Man Go South!" Good KloiKliliiK Jacob Smith Loses 'I'Iiito Horses In Olio Mouth. Special to THE CITIZEN. Ariel, I'll., December 13. Sam Swingle, ono of Ariel's young men who left these parts for tho South a few years ago, returned last Wed nesday with n wife and a little daughter. Snm Is a good fellow, nnd we arc glad to welcome him back to Ariel. Mrs. D. Osborne and Mrs. Wil liam Bronson returned from their Wllkes-Uarre trip last Wednesday. The farmers nro enjoying tho sleighing. Jacob Smith seems to be having hard luck with horses this winter, having lost three within a month. Jacob has the sympathy of his friends. WHITES VALLEY. Special to THE CITIZEN. Whites Valley. Decomber S. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Ilutchins, Carbon dale, returned homo Sunday, after sepndlng several days with tho lat tcr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Glover. Mrs. Andrew Allen is visiting friends in Scranton. 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. — 16 December 1910

WKATHKTi FORECAST: Snow. WEATHER FOIir! SnovT. THE CITIZEN ia the most widely read Mini-weekly nowspnH!r In Wayiio County. Lustier now (linn nt nny Unio In Its 07 years' history. XT EB, Dear Uo IVIenda. X there IS nta CIauM TUB CITIZE so, nnd If you sec It in 'A i CITIZEN, you JUIOMT It's 67th YEAR. HONESDAXjE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1910. NO 100 KBT mm. I t. IMF many THE HDNESDALE HOSPITAL PROJECT ! Arguments Presented By Prominent Citizens "Pro" and "Con"--Mostly "Pro" HoweverWhat The "Original Hospital Man" and One of The Most Active "Boomers" Nowadays Have To SayAlso The Question of Main tenance Considered-Annual Subscriptions Most Needed It was reporter's "Blue Wednes day" along "Park Row," othcrwlso known as Mnln street. Maple City, when news Is scarce and tlrao is short, when the poor pen-pushers nro "caught between editions," and not able to get out much that is "now and true," that the idea came to a CITIZEN man to get the local senti ment in regard to the pro...

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 December 1910

Y THE C1TIZKN, FKIDAY, DRO. 10, 1010 Roll of HONOR 'M. LEE BRAMAN ENFIELD'S EVERYTHINGIN LIVERY Buss Tor Every Train ant) Town Calls. Attention is called to the S I HENGT) of the Wayne Coiitffj'; ( life- 1 I .jit Jack P jam LIHuMMAS Sill Copyright. l'13. by American Press Asso rlatlon 1 T H 1. 1. (i It A M from Chris tophi r." siitd Mrs. Liitlmi-r ilinis'inK Iter licail wltliln tlif uu'ii library door nuil rend Iuk from tlit .M'llow slip In her linml. " 'Siiowlioiind. Will arrive late this evening. Don't sit up.' " "Thoughtful Christopher," murmur cti Dick Mason from the depths of his easy chair. "Poor old Chris what luck!" cried Amy, while Alice murmured to liei lover, "I ntn so anxious that you should meet Christopher, Uick." "Pray, who Is Christopher? Tell me. that 1, too, may lie distraupht at his nonarrlval," drawled Penlleld, survey Inn tlie love stricken Dick and his be trothed with some disgust and turning to Amy, who was viewing him with unmistakable relish. "Christopher IS...

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 December 1910

THE CITIZKN, FRIDAY, I)1C0. JO, M10 SHOT: we HQ. ?' . . . . , if Goto BETZ'S Harness Store 'I TO JiUY YOUlt I JOHN E. PARSONE. 5 Port Wlisro Pasr-i'trs T-nm Wrecked Ship Won To tn. Sugar Trust Man tAey Be Criminally Prosecute d. Philadelphia Ghibman Iks Bullet In 'Head. Directors Will Be Prose TTI Christmas Presents ! AVi lin'vo (lio T.nriri'Kl, ntnl Jtrwl lliw of tin- fiillmvliif irniiiln cuted as Criminals. . &SSS MRS. CLAPP'S STORIES VARY WO AGENTS ARE INDICTED. Jr ' Suicide, Accident, Self Defense Are Excuse Given by Woman Who Be fore Her Marriage Was a Manicure Girl. Philadelphia, Dec. 13. OMy two per sons were present when Herbert Mil on Clnpp, clubman, received tbc bill let wound In the head which narrow iy missed ending his life at his home. One of these was Clupp, nnd the thcr was his wife. Mrs. Clapp, whlU ker husband was lying upon the Door apparently dead, readily assented tc tho theory that he had committed sul tide. Later, when Clapp was taken to St. Joseph's hospi...

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 December 1910

the citizen, kihday, dec. in, mio THE CITIZEN Scml-Wcckly Founded 11)08; Weekly Founded 1811. publish rn kvehy wermKsnAY and rniDAY nv TIIK CITIZEN rOni.ISIIINOCOMrAKT. Entered as seoomf-rlass mutter, nt the post olllce. lloncsdale, I'n. SUBSCRIPTION ?1.50 K, B. JJAHDICNlHillOH, - PKBSIDKNT W. W. WOOD. - MANAOUH AND SKC'Y J.'M.SMKLTZKK KD1TOH duiectorb: e. n. DonrunaKR. m. n. aum, aiHBT WILSON. E. II. UARDKNIlEltall. w. w. w ooi). FRIDAY, DEC. 10, 11)10. IN OASE OF FlUEl Ordinanco No. 15. Flro Alarm Signals, section 1. Tho steam gong shall bo sounded only at 12 M. noon and In case of an alarm of flro. For QENERAL ALARM, tho gong will ound ONE LONG BLAST ; for flro about TWELFTH STREET BRIDGE ono long and ono short blast at Intervals of ton soconda ; for flro DETWEEN 12TII STREET AND 7TH STREET, on long and two short blasts at Inter vals of ton seconds, ; for flro BELOW 7TH, ono long and throo short blasts at Intervals of ton sec onds ; for flro OUT SIDE OF BOROUGH LIMITS throo long ...

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 December 1910

THE CITIZEN, FKIDAY, DUO. 10, 1010 CENT A WORD COLUMN! ANTIQUE Brnss, Coppor nnd Silver Jnrdlnlers, two ounces bnskota nntl Cnndlcotlcks from Kussla, England and France. At Peterson's. 100t2 WE AUK TAKING OHDEKS for holly wreaths, mistletoe nnd plno roping. Wreaths can bo had In any elzo. Wo also mnko nnd put In place holly wreaths nnd blnnkets for tho cemetery. Maple City Greenhouses. It FOR screens go to Drowu'B Kurnl turo store. IN YOUK SlIOl'lMNO romomber that cut flowors, nnd flowering and decorativo plants mako attractive and acceptnblo proscnts. Maplo City Greenhouses. It OKUCIFIX, Itosarys, Crucifix with candle sticks and water fount In sold. SOMMER, Tho Jeweler. 90t4 i THINKING about getting soma fan cy rockors7 Seo Brown's. FOR LKATIIKR AND WOOD-SEAT dining chairs call at Urown's fur Uuro store. 90t3 MESH RAGS, all slios. Tho Jswolsr. SOMMER, I KUW HALL RACKS at Urown's Furnlturo Store. 9t3 FOR LADIES' DESK go to Brown's Furniture stora. 93t3 WATCHES Ladles' and Gont's gol...

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 December 1910

Xtm CITIZEN, FRIDAY, DUO. 10, 1010 BRINGING SANTA HOME, Vor a time It was great fun to llvo hi the little forest clearing which waa the Harmons' home, but after nwhllo It began to grow lonely more so than ever now that Christmas was fast ap proaching. Strange things always do happen tho day before Christmas, and a very rtraiiRO adventure had Teddy and Dot. "Oh, dear," Teddy was saying, "1 know Santa Claus will nover come to night; ho'd novor And his way," Dot remained for n moment In fbought; then sho burst out suddenly: "Then s'poso wo go and look for him. "WBIJj, GHIIiDRKX, HOW DO TOO DO?" Course he'll go to the nearest town, 'cause it's u great big place, with lots of girls and boys. An' if we can stop him anywhero I guess he'd come if we'd ask him." "Great! You always do think of the right thing. Dot!" exclaimed Teddy. Just as twilight was falling the little boy and girl slipped from tho house unnoticed by their mother and wore soon lost to view In tho great forest. Of course th...

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

frltffi CITIZEN, KJllDAY, IKO. 10, 1010 II CADNECIE GIFT? Rumor Says Some One Is to Get $10,000,000. PERHAPS FOR BIG LAW SCHOOL Ho Is Interested In Plan For Institute of Internationalism to Be Estab lished at The Hague'nnd May Establish It New York, Dec. III. It was rumored hero tliat Andrew Carnegie Is nliniit to announce (lie Rift of $10,000,000 to soino International orrnnl.at Ion. At Mr. Carnegie's house the representa tive of Mr. Carnegie refused to deny or confirm this rejwrt. He advised pa tience. Mr. Carnegie is president of the In ternational Peace society and always has been Interested In the International peace movements at The Hague. The last few months five or six leaders in the Held of international law in this country have been the recipient of a somewhat lengthy correspondence set ting, forth the plan that originated in Holland and has for its purpose the founding of a great Institute of inter nationalism. This Institute would sup port a school in international law i...

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 December 1910

THH CITIZEN, Fill DAY, DEO. 10, 1010 THE WEEK IN WAYNE WHAT THE FOLKS IN THE SHIRE ARE DOING. INDIAN ORCHARD. orcnty-Yenr-Old Ididy Coasts (!rnce fully Homo From Clmroli At I tend i litiko On Flexible Flyer Pleasant Party At O. E. Kent's New "Hell" 'Phone Mno to Ilo TSttilt "The Cltl.on Is Tlio Grcnt cst Paper In The County To-dny!" Special to THE CITIZEN. Indian Orchard, Pa., December 12. Tho recent snow storm has givon us lino sleighing, which is bolng en joyed by both old nnd young. At the close of services at the M. E. church, at Beach Lake, on Sun day last, a lady of three score and ten years mounted a flexible flyer and coasted from the church to her homo as gracefully as any younger person could. Miss Mabella Decker, Beach Lake, pent several days last week as tho guest of "Mrs. W. II. Marshall of Al toona Farm. Two of our prominent young men, ono a fur dealer, tho other a poul try man, spent Sunday last with Hawley friends. The pleasant face of T. Y. Boyd, Boyd's Mills, was s...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 December 1910

WEATHER FOHEOABTi Snow. ' THE CITIZEN Is . .the moat widely rwl scml-wceUy; newspaper in 'Wayno County; fjiisticr now tlian at any (lino In ta 07 years' history. 67th YEAR. Kn not LEADS THEM ALL! JO TO DEAR Olil) WAYNE, IF YOU WANT TO SEE GOOD ROADS PROGRESSIVE PEOPLE PLAN FOR FUTURE Till- OLD SHIRE IS AT THE FRONT AS USUAL STATU HIGHWAY COMMISSION' KR HUNTER AXD DIVISION EX GIXEKH LONG MAKB Git BAT SHOWIXG. Harrisburg, Pa., December 20. Wayne county leads them all In good roads. With characteristic progres sives the people of the shire have gone ahead and taken advantage of the State Uoad Appropriations. A brief account of the work complet ed, taken from Saturday's Tribune Republican follows: Mr Long has been in charge of the district for practically four years and has established a record which attracts the favorable notice of all who have taken the trouble to in vestigate. Net extras for four years totalled $271.11, and the net deduc tions on contracts were $3,351.84. Roads built...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 December 1910

rrrK oitizkit, Wednesday, duo. ai, ioio. ELIHU ROOT. He It the Real President of Carnegie Peace Foundation. Washington. Dec. J5. President Taft has consented to become honora ry president of the $10,000,000 interna tional pence foundation, which was presented to a board of trustees com posed of men of International reputa- tlim Uv mli-nw PnrnrL-l 'n,,.'mri is in fhn f..rm nf si O.ooo.ooo In r. nor cent first mortc-mr.. bonds I which have a market valuation of $11, 500.000. The transfer was made nt a meeting in the rooms of tho Carnegie Research foundation. The trustees chose Sen ator Kllhn Root of New York as their president. Senator Root is also per manent representative of the United States at The Hague tribunal. The purpose of the foundation is the abolition of war. Annapolis. Md., Dec. 15. President Thomas Fell of St. John's college has announced that Andrew Carnegie had made a gift of $107,700 to the college. PINCH0T CHALLENGES. Makes Statement Which Is Likely to Stir Up Ballin...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 December 1910

THE CITIZEN, WKDNHSDAY, DUO. 21, 1010. n (Continued From I'ago One.) I'nld Siiliscripllons Count. Ono young lady did not know that paid subscriptions to THE CITIZEN counted for votes until .yesterday bccnuse she did not rend full de tails of the contest. Sho Immediate ly started to vork and within nn hour had seoured payment on seven yearly subscriptions. Any candidate In the contest can do as woll if they try. All contestants should read every lino of tho contest write-up every Is sue. l'rosjiect ivo Subscribers. Now a word about subscribers to other pnpers. who uro paid iu ad Tance. Many such subscribers would help them out by subscribing for THE CITIZEN If they were not paJd up on anothor paper for six or eight months. When .contestants find such persons simply say that you can take their subscription to start at any time they wish, oven a year from now. Hero It Is well to impress upon all contestants that your subscriptions which are promised for pay day should bo looked after o...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 December 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, DEO. 21, 1010. THE CITIZEN Seinl-Wcckly Founded 1008; Weekly Founded 1811. FOBLlBIIMl BVCnr WKDNEBDAY AND FRIDAY BV THE CITIZEN rUDLtRIlIKG COMTANY. Kutcroit us second-elans tnnttcr. nt the post ntllcc. lloncsdnlc, l'a. SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 K. It. IIAKDKN'HIvUOH. - - PUHSIDKNT W. W. WOOD, - MANAGKlt AND SKC'Y J. M.SMK1TZKK KDITOlt directorb: 0. U. DORrl.lNOKK. M. R. Al.I.KN. HENRY WILSON. It. B. UAIinENBERdll. W. W. WOOD. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 21, 1010. Winter Is here in cold eurncst. liinko yourself happier, liy giving freely without nny thought of re turn. O lover of llltliy lucre, get out. of tlio "Scrooge," hnblt, and put on the garment of liiippiiit-MW I If you arc unhappy yourself, try this once at least, to sen If you can't acquire tho "happiness habit" ly giving freely, liberally, generously, bountifully l others. Don't be a " tight-wad!" Santa Clans will bo kept pretty busy this year visiting the boys and girls in Ilonesdale. A certain fond mother of an "Inf...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 December 1910

THIS CITIZEN, WKDNESDAV, DUO. SI, 1010. CENT A WORD COLUMN ANTIQIH Brass, Copper and Silver Jardiniere, two ounco baskets anil Candlesticks from Ktlssla, England nnd Franco. At Petersen's. 100t2 FOR screens go to Brown's Furnl turo store. CRUCIFIX, Rosnrys, Crucifix with candle sticks and water fount In cold. SOMMEll, The Jeweler. 93t4 THINKING about gottlnc some fan ey rockers? See Brown's. FOK LEATHER AND WOOD-SKAT ' dining chairs call at Brown's fur-1 iturc store. I0t3 j MESH HAGS, all sizes. The Jeweler. SOMMEll, 9U14 I FOK TIIU BEST tree holders go to j Erk Bros. 101t2 KKW HALL HACKS Furniture Storo. at Brown's 99t'J FOK LADIES' DESK go to Brown's Furnlturo store. 90t3 WATCHES Ladles' and Gont's cold filled, silver and nlckle. All makes; rollablo time-keepers. SOM-i MER, The Jeweler. 9SU ET AN EXTENSION TABLE at, Brown's Furniture store. 99t3 FOH SALE OK KENT One-story factory building 125 by 75 foet. I Covered with Cantury (fire proof) i shingles. Now steam heating plant. 200 ...

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 December 1910

TUB CITIZEN, W13I1NH8DAY, WHO. 21, 1010. ENGH CONGRESS LIKE COMMONS Plans Reduce House One-third, but With More Seals, SHELVES TO REPLACE DESKS. Changes Likely to Bo Made In Time For Opening of Sixty-second Session In December, 1911 Orators Will Benefit, as Extreme Lung Power Will Not Be a Necessity. Finns for reducing by over one-third Uio slzo of the lml! lu which the na tional house of representatives sits and jot lncreasliiR the number of scuts for members have Just been completed. Thoy will be brought to the ofllclnl at tention of tho members of the house within a short time, with the expecta tion that they will be npproved and tliat the work of alteration will bo car ried out In thu oight months interven ing between tho adjournment of the present session nnd tho convening of the house of the Sixty-second congress. The present hall of tho house Is 130 feet long by 03 feet wide. Under the new plans It will bo only 89 feet long nnd Ot feet wide. In the present hall there are Indi...

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 December 1910

ttir ormnx, wkdnksday, duo. 21, 1010. Clausf: A Biography, JAPS, LIKE MANY OTHEti .NATIONS, DESERTING LAND. ARE YOU A U. S. DEFENSELESS Country Totally Unprepared For War, Dickinson Says. "FORTS ARE INADEQUATE." If a First Class Power 8hould Mka an Attack They Would Have No Trou ble In Landing on Pacific or Atlantic Coaite. Washington, Doc. 15. Secretary of Wnr Dickinson has transmitted to con gress his report on the house resolu tion calling for a detailed statement of Uio preparedness of the United States for war. The report declares the United State Is almost totally unprepared for war, the regular nrmy being too small, the militia Inadequate and the forts on both coasts unprepared to repel an en emy. In the report the secretary draws a dark picture of the disaster which would overtake American arms should war with any Ilrst class power occur. The secretary asserts that an enemy would havo no trouble In effecting landings on the Pacific or Atlantic coasts. Alaska and other expose...

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 December 1910

a TUB CITI.UX, WKDNKSDAV, I)KC. 21, 1010. THE WEEK IN WAYNE WHAT THE FOLKS IN THE SHIRE ARE DOING. BETHANY. l'l-osbytorlnn Ladles' Aid KIrcta Of llccrs Itntli Yerkes Kulls And llrciikn Her Arm Methodist Ue vlvnl Meetings Close. Speeinl to THE 01T1ZUN. Hethnny, Ra., Decoiubor 10. Itcv. V. 1). SIgnor and John Madde-I ford attended "Illshop Night" nt Scranton on Tuesday. While there i they wore entertained by Mr. and ; Mrs. W. C. Soifnrth. There was a good-sized attendance at the dinner In tho Presbyterian I dlnlngrooni on Wodnosdny, after which the Ladles' Aid elected tho following officers: 'resident, Mrs. i Edgar Ross: vice-president, Mrs. 13 f-: llo Oliver; secretary, Mrs. Homer Dnlloo; treasurer, Mrs. James Hen-1 shaw. During the church meeting In the afternoon, two new trustees were elected to fill tho vacancies caused by expired terms. They are: I A. O. Blake and Homer Balloo. Jas. Henshaw and W. J. Ogden were elected elders. Uuth Yerkes fell nnd broke her arm Friday afternoon. ...

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