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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 December 1910

TIIK CITIZKN. Kill DAY, DKO. !), 1010. 1 CENT A WORD COLUMN so en-room VOll SALIC A nico , l,0rnC,?n fnSlKui' wrltl"R on ' HOTH sides of the pn Lot 60x150. All kinds of fruits; big n(ln,n. 1 garden; city water. Hurry up It you' pcr J, . , , , ,. . want It. Dorln, the Real Estate man. , til win II. Stlrk, a brothoi-in- i law of Uov. Will H. Hlllor, died of IOST-On December 19th a white ! typhoid fovcr at his homo In Jnck and tan rangy fox hound with i "opvlllo. pjn., early Wednesday morii a notch in left ear. Kinder notify '"B- , At th?. ll,"e nf Ws death, his Samuol Koblnson, Wnymart, It. D. daughter, Aliss Mnrgnerlte. and heir a 2t. a"t' Jlrs- Corft E. Grant, wero on- ! , j rnutn from Honcsdnlo In response to AVAXTKD - A girl wanted for gener al housework. Apply to Mrs. C. II. Dorlllnger, White Mills, Pn. FOR 1U3NT 7 rooms and bath, gas and furnace. C1C Church street. Inquire at house. FOIt SAIilC Kelly & Stolnmau nnd speeches wore mndo by the dlf brlck factory building, includ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 December 1910

TITO 0LT1ZBN, FIUDAV, 1)150. XO, 1010. 1 UK CLOSED, i Head of the Northern Is In; i a "DEPOSITORS WON'T LOSE."! Attorney For Institution and Its Nino ' Branches Says It Will Pay Out. ' Joseph G. Robin, Now Insane, Said to Have Used Its Money. i Now York, Dee. 28. Joseph 0. Ho hln, tloHcrlltcd lit present us n bunker, wns, committed to n liiiulliuiisc Monday i t tlio Instance of Ills friends, while I two state departments wore going through his hanking and insurance per formances on a holiday. His bank, Uio Northern, nt 215 West One Hun ired nnd Twenty-llfth street, with de posits of $7,000,000, wns closed by the banking department before business ould open after the Christmas holi day. It has nine branched, which were Iosed simultaneously. Olllclals say the depositors will lose nothing. The Insurance department sot things coliig against Hoblu through an In quiry into the financing of the Aetna Indemnity company of Hartford by Robin, who, the department says, Ireatcd the assets of a ...

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

THE CITIZEN, FIUDAV, DEC. UO, 10J0. Copyright, 1S10, b American rro93 Auto elation. NINETEEN-ELEVENI That i. going some. Tcmpuj is fugifing. It ha the habit. We sprint forever after day to come As swiftly as the nimble jackass rabbit. We dream each year will bring us For tune's plum And through the Future stretch our hands to grab it, Only to find, in spite of our endeavor, Next year it is as far away as ever. TIME deals. Twelve months hve gone to the discard Since last we had to pen our New Year's greeting. And now the date returns and hits us hard With melancholy duties of repeating. The form with fresh remarks wc inter lard. Like "Turn a new page here," and "Life is fleeting." The same we've said, with lame at tempts to vary. Each year1 and will again next January. WITH high resolves today our hearts are warm. This is the happy season that we swear off. We are protected from Temptation's storm. to be given every ery cfiufo of Ten This offer includes back subscriptions NOMINATE A ...

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 December 1910

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, 1)KC. HO, JOlb. THE WEEK IN WAYNE WHAT THE FOLKS IN THE SHIRE ARE DOING. BEACH LAKE Tll fourth and last quarterly i i . rmji-. rWivt-M ' conference of this chargo will be Special to THE CITIZEN. heh, nt pnuimck, Jan, 4, mo, at Beach Lake, Pa., Dec. 27. Xmas, 2:30 p. m. All Btewarda are re times, but still some of our neigh-, tiucsted to bo present, bors are not having a very happy Two of our most energetic young time. There Is so much sickness that 1 men, Ward Haney and Sponsor It casts a gloom over tho place. I Daniels, loft on Sunday for a The cantata at tho M. 13. church j warmer climate. Wo learn that one passed off very pleasantly. Mrs. Soy- has found employment at Plttston, moiir, our pastor s wife, spent a good deal of time and energy preparing for it. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Decker spent Sunday nt the former's parents. It. Van Gorder, Throop, Is spend ing n week with his grandparents. Lizzie Davey Is spending some time with her parents at this place. Luther ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 January 1911

DOUBLE VOTESYTHIS WEEK -A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION BEFORE SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, WILL COUNT 5,000 VOTES. AVEATIIER FORECAST: Colder. WEATHER FORECAST: D , GOOD MORNING, Dcar.L fil ers. What do yoi Ink about making plans liofejS. ia a llrst-clnss Huso Unll TqSg ticxt Summer? -i'3 THE CITIZEN Is tho most widely read seinl-weckly newspaper In Wyno County. Lustier now tlinn at ony time In Its OH 'years' hls.tory. 3 W HONBSDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1911. NO. 1 68th YEAR. DOUBLE VOTE" OFFER IN THE CITIZEN'S BERMUDA CONTEST WEIHNACHTEN FATAL FRIDAY US! IN 1910 Cituctt. NEW YEAR'S i RESOLUTIONS! DA CUPID MA I RC AT T ARMORY STARTS JANUARY 3 Tour Department Rushed All Monday Until 9 O'clock as the Result of "Opportunity Offer"--Candidates Should Not Go to Sleep During Next Week "Double Vote" Offer is Announced TodayThe Schedule Will be Reduced Each Weekjjntil the Close of the ContestCandidates are Requested to Send in Names of Their Companions in the Event of Receiving the Highest...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 January 1911

THE CITIZEN', WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1011. COLORADO FEARS HOPPER MENAG Farmers Are Organizing to Ex terminate Crop Parasites, NOT A CANADIAN INVASION, Growth of Grasshoppers Entirely From American Population, Which Is Fat tening on Rich Alfalfa Crops of Mountain West Legislative Aid to Bo Asked In War of Farmers. Colorado Is aroused over tho grass hopper menace so much so, In fact, that the fanners have called a state convention to strike nt tho roots of tho danger or, rather, at the roots of tho grass, to eliminate the danger. So j much In earnest are the farmers re-' gardlng the Increase of the grasshop-1 per population that the Colorado leg islature will he asked to enact n law for tho extermination of the pests. j There Is no danger of a repetition of I the scourge of the seventies In Nebras-j ko, Kansas and the Dakotas. The lo-j ousts of that day were long winged ' grasshoppers which breed In the north and west In Montana and neighboring I states and also in Canada. That In vasi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 January 1911

THE CITIZI2N, WEDNESDAY, JAXUAHY 4, 1011. II AMERICAN BOY SCOUTS Tlio work of organizing the Ameri can boy scouts throughout the Unit ed States Is progressing rapidly, aud every department Is being put upon a substantial basis. A committee from national head quarters, composed of the managing secretary nnd treasurer, James I JIncGrath and General James It. O'Beirne, paid nn official visit to Presi dent Taft, Admiral Dewey and Gen eral Atnsworth with the view of se curing their co-operation in furthering the interests of the American boy scouts. Each of these gentlemen has signified his interest in this movement. Scouts Are Nonteetarlan. The American boy scout movement is open to Jew nnd gentile alike. ' It Is not in any sense n religious move ment. It is not a movement that will tolerate proselytizing In any form. It Is simply an ethical and character building movement, its ethics being founded upon the broad general prin ciples to which all religions can sub scribe and at which non...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 January 1911

1 THI2 CITIV5KN, WKDNESDAY, JANUAUV 4, iDii. THE CITIZEN Scinl-Wcekly Founded 1008; Weekly Founded 1841. PUHLtHliKD EVERY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY BY THE CITIZEN PUBLISHING COMPANY. KntHredus second-class mnttor.at thepust otHce. Honesdale. l'a. SUBSCRIPTION fl.BO K, B.1IAHDKNHKKG1I. PKKSIDKNT W.W.WOOD. - MAKAUKHAIHWOIWX J. M. SMKLTZKlt EDITOK DIRECTORS: 0. II. DORFMNGER. M. B. ALLEN. HKBRY WILSON. K. B. UAKDENBEUOH. W. W. WOOD. WISHNESDAY, JANUARY , 1011. IN CASE OF F1HI3! Ordinance No. 15. Fire Alarm Signals, section 1. The steam gong shall be sounded only at 12 M. noon and in case of an alarm of fire. For GENERAL ALARM, the goug will sound ONE LONG BLAST ; for fire above TWELFTH STREET BRIDGE one long and one short blast at intervals of ten seconds ; for fire BETWEEN 12TH STREET AND 7TH STREET, ono long and two short blasts at inter vals of ten seconds, ; for fire BELOW 7TH, ono long and three short blasts at intervals of ten sec onds ! tor fire OUT SIDE OF BOROUGH LIMITS three long ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 January 1911

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1011. CENT A WORD COLUMN i liOST On December 19 th a white and tan rangy fox hound with a notch in left enr. Finder notify Samuel Itoblnson, Wayinart, II. D. 2. 2t. WANTED A felrl wanted for gener al housework. Apply to Mrs. C. H. Dorillnger, White Mills, Pa. FOll 11ENT 7 rooms and bath, gas and furnace. CIO Church street. Inuulro at house. FOIt SALE Kelly & Stelnman brick factory building, including en glue, boiler and shafting. Inquire of J. 13. Robinson. 50tf. FOIt SALE OH KENT One-story fnrtnrv hllllrHnc 12!", llV 7!i feet. Covered with Century (fire proof) I shlngles. New steam heating plant. borhood ana is not UKeiy to Become 200 feet of shafting and 2 motors, epidemic. Apply tho Herbeck-Demer Co. tfl John W. Vogel's Dig City Mln- i strels delighted a large audience at TWELVE muslin trespass notices . the Lyric Theatre last Friday even for $1.00; six for seventy-Dvo cents, lng. Tho local "take-offs" were Name of owner, township and law J ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 January 1911

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1011. TURKS' YANKEE ADMIRAL IRE Bucknam Pasha Again Visits; land of His Youth. FAVORITE OF TWO SULTANS. Made Hit With Abdul Hamid by Re organizing Navy and Balking Rob bing European Contractors Nearly Started Mohammedan Revolt by Fail ing to Salute French Flag at Algiers. A short, squarely built man was a recent visitor to New York niul Wash ington and registered at hotels as "It D. Uucknam, Constantinople." That la the way Uucknam Pasha, vice ad miral of the Ottoman navy, aid-decamp and naval adviser to the sultan, puts himself down when ho gels among his old friends. The admiral Is, or was, an American. lie has had a career of real adventure. Twenty seven years ago he was a cabin boy on a schooner on the great lakes. Hansford D. Bucknam was born In Nova Scotia In 1809, but his parents almost immediately moved to Maine. At the age of fourteen he felt the call sf the sea and followed It to the great lakes, where he became cabin boy on a schooner wh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 January 1911

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JANUAItY 1, 1011. For the Ckildren : i Big Bowlder Monument Marks Fort Washington. Photo' by American Tress Association. School children of New York city celebrated the one hundred nud thirty-fourth anniversary of the capture of Fort Washington by the Brit ish and Hessian soldiers on Nov. 14, 1770, by unveiling a monument on the site of the old redoubt. Tho memorial Is a big rock, suitably In scribed. Fort Washington is situated in the northern part of Manhattan Island, between the Hudson and Har lem rivers, uud the victory gave the British control of Now York city. Young patriots may wonder why n British victory is commemorated! It Is to honor valor and mark an event in history. In the redoubt was an Amer ican force of only 2,818 men, while the British and Hessians numbered 8.000 Against this overwhelming force the patriots fought bravely until Com inandant Robert Magaw saw further resistance was useless and surrendered to prevent the slaughter of his men An...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 January 1911

TJIli CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, lOii. THE WEEK IN WAYNE WHAT THE FOLKS IN THE SHIRE ARE DOING. STEENE. Farmer Smith Will Abandon Knrm liifj And (Jo Into "Celery" Business "Bobolink" Fnniily In Carbon dnlo Xmns "Slippery Elm" Makes Hens Lay Three and Four Times A Day The "New Cutter" Much Sought After 15y The Fulr Sex. Special to THE CITIZEN. Steenc, Pa., January 1. The teacher and scholars of the Steene school gave a Christmas entertain ment which was a very pleasant and Interesting event. Miss Denny, our teacher, had spent much time in preparing the pupils for the exer cises which consisted of songs, dia logues and recitations suitable for the occasion. Everybody reported a ilrst-class entertainment. Farmer Smith is doing "patrol duty," in looking after the Lake Lodore Ice Company's interests, in the absence of the Foreman, Mc Iloen, who Is at New York, making sale of the winter's harvest. Mr. Smith has several acres of swamp land that has nothing but a lot of scrubby laurel g...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 January 1911

DOUBLE VOTES THIS WEEK A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION BEFORE SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, WILL COUNT 5,000 VOTES. WEATHER FORECAST: Snow. WEATHER FORECAST .-Snow. THE CITIZEN Is tlio most widely read scml-wecklf newspaper in Wnyno County. Lustier now tlinu nt nny timo in its OH years' history. OOI) MORNING, Rcud- crsl Aro you ",'&'; tont- tend tlio Union l meet ings, at tlio First V it church next week? "r 68th YEAR. HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1911. o NO. 2 "DOUBLE VOTE" OFFER OF THE EIRE OF THE FICKLE JAPANESE! GOV. STUART'S 'S GREAT B CttttttL HOLD ARMY AT $64,700 TO RUN WAYNE IN 1910 CIT ZEN RMUUA TOUR i SONG BAY ALL DAY CONTEST MEETS PP iL OF Never Again During the Contest Will so Many Votes be Given on a Single SubscriptionThis is the Week for all Subscribers to Pay Up a Subscription and Help Some Deserving Young LadyDont Forget "Double Votes" This WeekRead, Think and Act Now Vote Coupon Reduced Today. Dy II. C. Van Alstyne. The Doublo Vote offer announced Wednesday has...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 January 1911

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 0, 1011. COREY RESIGNS. Steel Corporation to Do Without a President. HAS SERVED SEVEN YEAR . In 1907, When He Married Mabelle Gil man, the Actress, It Was Rumored That He Would Quit Latest Move Came Suddenly. New York. .Tnn. 4. William Ellis Corey, president of the United States Steel corporation since the resignation of Charles M. Schwab, the ilrst presi dent, seven years ago, tendered his formal resignation at a regular meet lng of the finance committee. To all intents and purposes the resignation has been accepted. It will come form ally before the board of directors at their regulur quarterly meeting Jan. 25. They will accept it. Kven to some of the directors of the company Mr. Corey's resignation came as a surprise. To other men in the financial district connected with the company it was as great u surprise as was the announcement of George W. Perkins' retirement from the firm of J. 1. Morgan Ac Co, In 1!)07, when Mr. Corey married Ma belle Gilman, ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 January 1911

THE C1T1ZKN, FlllDAY, JANUARY 0, 1011. ESTATE TO C Speaker Notified He ft ill Inherit $2,500,000. LETTER COMES FROM BOMBAY. A Mn He Befriended Years Ago Is Said to Have Become Rich and Re membered Uncle Joe Inves tigation Is Started. Washington, Jnn. 4. Speaker Cnn non has received a letter from King King & Co., bankers, of Bombay, In dla, notifying him that n woman client of theirs, whose name Is mentioned In the letter, having been warned by her physicians that filio had less than sis months to live, has deposited with them her will for execution uion her death. Joseph G. Cannon of Dauvllle. 111., Is made solo heir to an estate val ued at approximately $2,500,000. Uncle Joe did not faint from the shock, nor does he Intend to spend any f the money In advance. Indeed, he seems to vlow tho news with sonic skepticism, although there seems to be no particular reason why any one In Bombay should endeavor to perpetrate a long distance Joke of this dosi:ilptlo:i upon the speaker. It I...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 January 1911

Til, CmVAiS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 0, 1011. THE CITIZEN Seml-AVcckly Founded 1008; Weekly Founded 184-1. rOBX.IHIIHD EVERY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY HY THE CITIZEN PODLISIUNa COMPANY. Enteral as second-class matter, at the post ntllce. Honesdale. l'a. FRIDAY, 'JANUARY 0, 1011. K. B. II AKDENUKltGH. - - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. MAXAOEK AM) SECY J. M. SMEIjTZKU EU1TOK DIRECTORS! C. n. DORFtlNOER. M. B. ALLEN. HKNBY WILSON. E. B. IIABIlENIlERnH. W. W. WOOD. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1011 IN CASK OF FIRE! Ordinance No. 15. Fire Alarm Signals, section 1. The steam gong shall be sounded only at 12 M. noon nrl In pnen nf nn nlnrm nf fire. For GENERAL ALARM, the gong will sound one LiUNU uiiAsx ; for fire above TWELFTH STREET nntnnE one lone and one short blast at intervals of ten seconds ; for fire BETWEEN 12TH STREET AND 7TH STREET, one long and two short blasts at inter vals of ten seconds. : for ira nni nvv 7TW. nno lnntr anil three short blasts at Intervals of ten sec onds ; for nro uur- SIDE OP BOROUGH...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 January 1911

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 0, 1011. ie&Qt&&3)e William E. Corey resigned CENT A WORD COLUMffccfL the Un,ted ,..,,, . , THE ANNUAIi stockholders meet- Ing for the election of Directors! of the Creamery company at Promp-I ton will be held on Tuesday, Jan. ! 10, 1911, at 1:30 p. m., at Bodio's ; Hall. It FOR SAIjE The Relnhart place on tho Prompton Road, near Rein lng's Pond, 4 miles from Ilonesdale, consisting of a house, 2 barns, 2 sheds, and other buildings, a well at tho house, another at barn; springs In pasture, 30 acres in all; 20 In cul tivation, 10 in pasture. Never be fore offered for sale. A nice place for very little money. See DORIN, the Real Estate Man. It AVANTED A girl wanted for gener- takes h,m to tho B0Utnern end .or al housework. Apply to Mrs. C. ! th count so fretiuently. H. Dorflinger, White Mills, Pa. , On Friday evening Mrs. Homer FOR KENT 7 rooms and bath, gas ' Greene entertained a number of and furnace. GIG Church street. . friends at her reside...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 January 1911

THE OITIZKN, FKIDAY, JANUABY 0, 1011. HOBBLE GARTERS. They Lecscn the Danger of a Fall For Tight Skirt Wearers. THE 0ABTBI1S SHU nOnnLTO IN. The passing of tho bobble skirt Is predicted Indeed, the shadow of these unsightly models is mercifully p-owlng less and loss. Still tho very narrow skirt Is the rule this winter To inuko the walking of the wearers of these skirts ono of comparative safety some kind genius has lately Invented the hobble garter. Tho Invention Is nothing more than pair of regulation garters connected by a pleco of tho elastic of sufficient length to admit tho woman wearing them to step so far and no farther, thereby preventing perhaps a scrloux fall from overstepping the bounds. Here's a Charming Muff Set. Fashion this season certainly favors Ihe homo seamstress, and particularly floes this rule hold true In tho case of scarf and muff sets. To tho woman who cannot afford fur pieces La Mode Is especially kind, and there are sub- OF 6AT1N AND OSTHICII FKA'MIiU TBIM...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 January 1911

s Tni3 CITIZEN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 0, 1011. TIE JWE I0CJUI Ready, Always Ready I If every one adopted a r.io'.ti u : good as that adopted by the boy scouts the world would bo a happier place. "Bo Prepared" are the words and sign un der which the youthful soldiers go forth to conquer. The boys are taught the dignity of labor and the value of lis fruits. They nre taught to bo hon orable In their dealings with each oth er nnd the world at large. They are taught to live right, think right, act right and be "prepared always" for any emergency, even to the facing of death In the cause of humanity. The work Is made attractive to the boys first by giving them a military train ing and teaching them the necessity of obeying orders. It takes them Into the open air, where they learn nature as it exists in the fields and woods. Boy Scout3 In Paper Chase. It was a good old fashioned hare and hounds chase for the boy scouts of the Fourth Pennsylvania troop that took place a few days ago. Dwellers) on...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 January 1911

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 0, 1011. THE WEEK IN WAYNE WHAT THE FOLKS IN THE SHIRE ARE DOING.. GOULDSBORO. Special to THE CITIZEN. Gouldsboro, Jan. G. Saturday was advertised to be South Sterling's "big day" and It evidently was. It Btarted In at 9:30 with a masked parade by the members of the A. D. K. camp, No. 422. P. O. S. of A., after which the Ladles' Aid society, of the M. E. church Eerved a chicken supper, fpl-, lowed In the afternoon by an enter tainment, at which a play, entitled "Fun on the Po'dunk Limited," was presented. The play was repeated In . the evening and an oyster supper i served. The affair proved a success In every way, the hall was filled to I Its fullest capacity and a large sum realized. The proceeds were for the I benefit of the band. The sleighing j was excellent and large parties were ; present from the surrounding towns. There were two loads from Goulds boro In one, was Jlrs. Charles Ed wards, Mrs. G. A. Kerllng, Mrs. A. L. Rhodes, Mrs. S. D. Adams, Mi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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