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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 August 1909

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1000. 1 CENT A WORD COLUMN 1 DOAUDEHS WANTED at 13. P. Policy's, Seelyville. G5t4 $2300 IIUVS a house and lot on the corner of West and 13th street. Inquire at the Citizen office. HARD WOOD, for stoves and grates, for sale at Prank Hollen beck's, Protnpton. C5t4 THE Peck-Alexander reunion will be held at Carpenter's Grove, Union dale, Friday, Aug. 1D09. 2t FOR SALE The Philip Monaghan property on West street. Large lot, good house, small barn. Inquire of W. T. Moore. 64t4 ItltAMAN has some splendid na tive and western horses for sale, all in excellent condition at Allen House barn. 25tf. SPECIAL attention given to chil dren at Charles worth's Studio. 2S FOlt SALE Ray house, on East Extension street. Largo lot with sixty feet front. M. E. Simons. 38eoltf. LOO AX, MENTION. The firemen are arranging to 'lave three divisions on their day of iiarndt. -The members of the Grand Army of the Republic will take part in the Civic Parade. Week from next Monday is...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 August 1909

HIE C1TIZNX, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1000. p mr OF MAGGIE How a Whilom W:.!i.iowcr Lloc sometl Into a Belle. Dy 0. HENRY. Copyright, IMS. W McCluve, Phillips & Co.) Every Saturday nhrhl the Oliver Leaf Social club pivo u hop In tho hull of the Give mill Tako Athletic nssoela tlon on the cant Hide. In order to at tend one of these dances you must be a member of the Ulve and Take, or If you belong to tlie division that starts off with the right foot In waltzing yim must work In Ithlnegold's paper box factory. Still, any Clover Leaf was privileged to escort or be escorted by tin outsider to a single dance. Hut mostly each (live and Take hrmiwht the paper box girl that he affected, mid few strangers could boast of Inn ing shaken a foot nt the regular hops. Maggie Toolo on account of her dull eyes, broad month and left handed style of foot work In the twostep went to the dances with Anna McCar- AOitoss tiiu rr.oon maogie hailud. ty and her fellow. Anna and Mag glo worked side by side in t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 August 1909

TUB CITIZEN, FIUIAY, AUGUST 27, 1000. ) s-1 .... ' ' 3t i ' iSJ NOTES BY CM.BAKNITZ I'A. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED ITheso articles and Illustrations must not bo reprinted without special pernila tslon. POINTERS FOR CONCRETE WORK. A book could onslly lit1 writ ton on "Dabblers In Concrete" and be Illus trated by cuts of cracked pavements, crumbling steps and broken floors, taken from every neighborhood. We might also add a few cracked poultry bouses for variety, as we no tice many wbo so enthusiastically vent Into building concrete block hen houses now numb on the other side of their mouth, why? Their bouse crum bled nr Is: flntnti. There are several reasons why con crete cracks and crumbles. It Is on poor foundation; cement or sand Is poor, nr both; too much sand Is used; combination Is not mixed or applied properly or the frost cracks it. One part cement to three of clean, sharp sand Is proper for building blocks, but no concrete house In ours, oven If lumber Is high. They are sel d...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 August 1909

THE CITIZKX, FKIDAV, AUGUST 27, 1001). & WILSO.W IMjU. Lloyd Dennett passed Sunday with Mr, .Mnrtln's family at Ledgedale. The Presbyterian Sunday school of Hawley. will hold their picnic here tills week. Mrs. James Swan, of Uswlek, was calling on friends at this place on Saturday last. Mary Krause, of Huwley, left on Saturday for a visit to the metropo lis. The Dennett hoys will discontinue housekeeping on Sept. 1st, they be ing without n housekeeper since their sister, Vorna, loft them. George, the youngest brother, will go to Ledgedale. There are very few turkeys raised of late In this part of the country, owing to their wandering habits. They are dilllcult to raise. We notice one of our most progressive larmers, Mr. lrmlsli, has a large flock of them and also a line liock of geese. Carrie Gredleln, of Seelyville, passed Sunday as the guest of Mary Degroat, of Hawley. The young ladles, with their friends, took a row up the Paupac iu the after noon. Mrs. Wheeler and daughter, ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 September 1909

HIE WEATHEH On Wednesday partly overcast weather will prevail, and on Thursday partly cloudy, overcast and slightly warmer weathor. Ctfaen. Seml-Wcekly Founded; Wayne County Organ 8 1908 of the Weekly Founded, 1844 g REPUBLICAN PARTY 66th YEAR HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1909. NO. 69 ASSAIL (HQS European Delegates Criti cise American Federation. AT TRADES UNIONS CONGRESS. They Blame Him and His Organ ization For Not Joining the In ternational Movement He Replies Vigorously. I Paris, Am.'. Samuel Coinpors. president uf the American Federation , of 1.:i1poi was tin (Irainallc (.'filler ol the llrst day's session of the sixth In 1 tornntionnl (null's unions congioss , win n scvor.il l'ttropean delegates hit- ; torl.v denounced what they claimed 10 hi I In' 1'iiuivocal attitude of t lie Amor- ! lean federation with reference to join inn the international movement. Sir. i Jumpers needed all his old time eixTg.i t" repel the attack, lie hr-ist-oil tint the problems ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 September 1909

TlIK UTIZKN, WKDXKSIJAV, SKIT. 1, 11)00. WASH NGTO il LETTER ISpeclal Corre p.Milonce. 1 The remodeling of t In executive of fices In the western wlnj; of the White House henn the other l:iy with the removal of the oll'iee furniture to the cloakrooms adjoining the porte-co-chere at the other end of I he hulltllm;. In the cloakrooms Asslyini Secretary Mlschler. who Is In eharuo of I he of fice force left liehlml by Mr. Taft on his departure for lteu't'ly. will conduct such part of the president's routine correspondence as can he handled In his absence. White House Changes. The plans for the changes In the president's olllces call for the expend iture of S-to.OOO. The front elevation of the office wins will he left unchanged, ns the extensions will be made at the rear. The contractors In charge of the work expect to tear out the rear walls within a few days and to rush the work as rapidly as possible so at to In sure completion before the president's return on Nov. 10. When the White ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 September 1909

TIIE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1, 1000. TALK TO FRUIT GROWERS. J. H. Hale Gives Some Sound Vlewt on Orcharding. J. H. Hale, the veteran orchardlst, In a talk to fruit growers, said: Give the orchard the best soil you have, rolling land preferred. Prepare this land thoroughly and continue thorough tillage Get good trees. Plan ahead and transplant trees two or three times before setting In per manent place, or pay nurserymen for doing it. Head your trees low. Manu facture them to suit your Idea. Get them down where you can handle tl.eni easily and cheaply. Prune an nually and spray often and thorough ly Thin apples. Goo.l trees over bear. This is the most paying opera tion ot all. Pick two to four times to not ;i!l ot crop ::t proper stages of rmei.e-s We don't pick the whole mi ,'.:n other fruit er: at once; why IHM'll s.' I ion'! phmt dwarfs, but rather dwarf your statu'.urd trees by summer am: root pr.mlug if f'oy are over vidimus. Thro.v such trees Into bear irg by plowlm: deep an...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 September 1909

TOE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1, 1000. THE CITIZEN 1 1 PUBLISHED EVEliY SVEDKESDAY AND FRIDAY ST THE CITIZEN 1'UBLISlllNa COMPANY. j I Entered us sccond-cliiss tunttcr, ut the post-1 olllcc. Honesdnle. l'u. K. n. HAKDKNltKKOH. - lMlKSIUKXTl W. W. WOOD. MANAGKU AND SKU'Y ! DIKECTORS: C. n. DOItFLINClKr.. M. II. AL1.F..V. HENRY WILSON. E. II. 11ARDENI1EROII. W. W, WOOD. SUBSCRIPTION ?1.50 per year WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1, 10I. UEPUIJUCAN NOMINATIONS. JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT ,. Judge Robert Von Moschzisker, of Philadelphia. AUDITOR GENERAL, A. E. SISSON, I of Erie. , STATE TREASURER, I Jcrcinlnh A. Stober, of Lancaster. JURY COMMISSIONER, W. 11. Hullock. The Wright Urothers deserve the credit for blazing the way in navi gating the air with heavier-than-atr machines. The Democratic candidates have been informed that they were nomi nated. This will be some satisfac tion to them. President Taft favors Postal Sav ings Rnnlts and will send a special message to Congress urging the adoption o...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 September 1909

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1, 1000. 1 CENT A WORD COLUMN! OLD HOME WEEK will be one of the best chances to pet some good photos of yourself and friends at reduced rntes at Rldge way's studio, lit HOARDERS WANTED at I). P. Policy's, Seelyvllle. C5t4 SiiiMlO RUVS a house and lot on the corner of West and 13th street. Inquire nt the Citizen olilee. Dl'RINU Old Home Week dinners, lunches and Ice cream will bo served In the vacant store next to Hidgewny's studio. IIAIID WOOD, for stoves and grates, for sale at Prank Hollen beck's, Pronipton. Gfit4 A NEW, first class artist In Honesdale. Miss Hose Shroyer nt Hidgewny's studio, who will give special attention to high grade photographing. lit TDK Peck-Alexander reunion will be held nt Carpenter's Grove, Union dale, Friday, Aug. 27, 1000. 2t DI KING Old Home Week I will bo nt home and with my assistant, Miss It. Shroyer, who is a llrst-clnss artist, will make you the best photos to bo nad at Hidgewny's studio. 2t SPECIAL attention given t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 September 1909

HIE C1TIZUN, WKDNKSDAY, SKl'T. 1, 1000. PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO Till constitution 8U,Mr',rrt 'If , THE CITIZENS OP THIS ( OM.Mi' V ;. WEALTH FOH TIIK1H APi'ItOVI. ''1 I REJECTION, RY THE OI NUHAl. .' I BEMBLT OF THE COMMON !" i OF PENNSYLVANIA, NO 1"V LISHED nY oTtut'it OF THE PK--r.r TARY OF THE COMMNWEALT' I. i PURSUANCE OF ARTICLE XVIII C I' THE CONSTITI'TION. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing amendments to yect.un elpht and twenty-one of nrtlelc four. Hpctitim eleven nnd twelve of nrtlelc five, na tions two, three, nnd fourteen of nt tlrl eight, section one of article twelve ri l sections two nnd seven of nrtlelc fo r teen, of the Constitution of Pemu" ! vanln. nnd providing n fchedi'le foi carrying the amendments Into effect. Section 1. Be It resolved by the S ..:! and House of Representatives of thr Commonwealth of Pennsylvania In Gen eral Assembly met. That the following are proposed as nmendments to the Con stitution of the Commonwealth of Pfin sylvnnla. In ncrordnnee with the pro...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 September 1909

THE CITIZEN, tt'KDXKSDAY, SKPT. 1, 1000. HOICE JjjKCELLANY The Price of an Egg. lilnnchc Iintos, who U a practical fanner off the stage, tolls a funny story apropos of two elderly neftrooH whom she recently employed to take charge of the extensive poultry uird she hub established on her li!;,' (arm near Osslnltig, N. Y. These men, Noah Jackson ml Alox ander Johnston, are lmportaTiona from Dinwiddle county, Vn a region fa mous for the cheapness and plentiful ncss of Its eggs and poultry. Down there eggs sell In summer at anywhere from 8 cents to 12 cents per dozen and rarely ever rise higher than 13 cents In the winter. When they were told that Miss Hates' egg product com mands n net price of (10 cents per dozen the year around at New York hotels and restaurants their sensations were first those of astonishment, then of Incredulity. The other day she overheard a con versation between the two men as they washed and packed a case of eggs for one of her prize customers. It ran something...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 September 1909

V THE CiriZliN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1, 1000. i STEEXE. The Itev. Mr. Davis, of Waymart, preached a very interesting sermon to a large number of listeners here at Steene Sunday afternoon. John Wesley Arnold is visiting a week with friends at Susque hanna. Don't forget the Ladies' Aid which will be held at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Alon Wood on Wednesday, September 1st. Warren Auckland is getting ready for a three months' sojourn in the sunny south. Gnylon I'orry, of Carbondalc, visited friends in this section on Sunday. Norman Arnold is laid up with a badly bruised foot, the member being caught between two cakes of ice at the Lake Ladoro ice plant Hi.ttiidiiy. chinios l)i iiiii'' lias a live-aero field of buckwheat that can't be beaten in Wayne county. Look out for a severe winter as noun are plentiful and are sUuiliis in early on their night raids in the corn fields. , li i'. rumored that the l'roinpton reamery will be running during tie winter months. it!'ur Spnne.eiibiirK, or Carbon-'...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 September 1909

THE WEATHER Friday fair and continued cool weather will prevail, and on Saturday, fair weather. Ctteett Seml-Wcckly Founded 1908 V., r ... . Q TTuyuc vuuiuy urgan I of the Weekly Founded, 1844 REPUBLICAN PARTY! 'z 66th YEAR. HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., PBIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1909. NO. 70 DR. FRED A. OF SUCCESS Whole World Praises Americans Pluck. EXPLORER S STORY. He Telegraphs to His Wife, "Successful and Well." REACHED GOAL IN WINTER. His Only White Companion, Rudolph Francke, Had Left Him, and He Was Accompanied on the Last and Most Perilous Stage of His Journey by Only Two Eskimos and Twenty six Dogs, Eight of His Party Hav ing Turned Back He Reports That He Discovered Land Surrounding Pole Now on a Danish Government Ship on the Way to Copenhagen. London, Sopt. 2. Not only England, hut the whole civilized world is stir ivd by the news tlmi lr. Frederick A Cook, the American nrctic explorer. Iiiis found tin north polo in n fifty day dash over the ice. thus succeeding in what Kiine...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 September 1909

THE CITIZEN', FRIDAY, SEPT. 3, 1000. COLOMBIAN ETIQUETTE. THE EXPECTANT HAND. Demands That Persons Shake Hands and Ask Many Questions. It was tho third or fourth day out from Santa Marta, Colombia, and early In tho morning, when one of the South American passengers came on deck. Another South American arose from his deck chair, extended his hand and as the men shook hands In quired after tho health of the new comer, his wife and his children. As they had parted company only about eight hours before In the smok ing room, this seemed like unneces sary courtesy. The observer no ticed that this happened In tho cafeo of all the Colombians on board, so ho asked one man about It. "It Is a custom of tho country," said he. "On the occasion of meeting a person for the first time each day It Is etiquette to shako hands and to make Inquiries about the health of the person so greeted and of his rela tives. It would not be considered po lite to do otherwise." Continuing, this man told of taking a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 September 1909

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, SEPT. 3, 11)00. "BONE AGE" ON THE PRAIRIES. How Many Settlors Lived While Get ting Their Claims. The pioneers of Kansas will never forgot the "buffalo bono age." When central and southwestern Kansas were settled the pralrlo was strown with buflalo bones. Thoso were hard times In Kansas and tho gathering of theso bones enabled tho early set tlers to live while they woro getting their claims broken out for tho pro ducing of crops. Nine-tenths of the pioneers of that section of Kansas and there weren't very many at that had literally nothing hut a team and a fow house hold goods that they had hauled from the East in a single wagon. Of course there were no buffalo, for this was In tho late 70s, but their bones strewed the plains, and these bones woro tho only thing that had a commercial value and they were utilized. They were hauled In great wagonloads to the nearest railway, often from sixty to one hundred miles away, and sold. The horns were the more valuable and ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 September 1909

THE CITIZEN, Fill DAY, SEPT. 3, 1000. THE CITIZEN runUBiiF.ii i;vi:iiy wed.nt.suay and rniDAY liv TIIK C1TI7.KN rUllt.lBIItNO COMPANY. Knteri-it us sc-cond-cluss mntter.iit thupost iillU'i'. lloiiostlalo. I'll. K. 1!. IIAItl)i:Nl!Cl:(iIt, - - 1'IJKSIDKNT W. W. WOOD. - - MAXAUKU AND KKU'Y miwctoiih: C. n. nOUFI.INMKI!. M, II. AI.I.K.N'. IIENHY WH.KO.V, K. II. llAHDK.NHlJRllll. SV. SV. WOOD. SUBSCRIPTION" - $1.50 per year FRIDAY, SEPT. !t, 1110!). REPIBI.ICAX NOMINATIONS. JUSTICE OF THE Kt'PKEMK COURT ,. Judge Robert Von Mosch.lskor, of Philadelphia. AUDITOR CEXERAIi, A. i:. HIS.SOX, of Erie. STATE TREASURER, .(eicniliili A. Stolior, of Lancaster. JURY COMMISSIONER, V. II. Bullock. Dr. Frederick Albert Cook, the discoverer of the long looked for North Polo, Is a native of Calllcoon, Sullivan county, New York. There was a bigger crowd watch ing the base hall bulletins on Wed nesday than there was rending the news of Dr. Cook's discovery. The thermometer on Wednesday registered 117 degr...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 September 1909

THE 0ITIZI3X, KK1 PAY, HKPT. X, 1MH). ?5 1 CENT A WORD COLUMN! KOIt SAI.H nenuttful upright plnno, good us now, used about three niontliH. Cost ?i!U0, will sell for $ 1ST). 00 push. This Is u standard piano. A number one and can bu seen and examined at .1. Oscar Torrel's grocery store in llonesdnle. IIOLNTKIX ("AIAT.S lor sale, both sexes, between Sept. 1st and .Ian. 1st. Prom heavy producers. Thomas Fort nam, Tyler Hill, I'a. 7011 M IIO.MH VI3i:K will bo one of the best c bailees to get some good photos or yourself and friends at reduced rates at Hidge way's studio. -t ItOA 1 1 1 10 1 tS WANT 1-1 1 at U. F. Policy's, Seclyville. Cut4 NiNino ISUYS a house and lot on the corner of West and 13Ui street. Inquire at the Citizen olllce. IH'ltii Old Home Week dinners, lunches and ice cream will bo son od in the vacant store next to Itltlgeway's studio. HAltO WOOD, for stoves and grates, for sale at Frank llollen beck's, Promptou. 0it4 A NKW, first class artist in llonesdnle. Mini Hose Sli...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 September 1909

ME CITIZKN, FRIDAY, SEPT. 3, 1000. AT AUNT NANCE MS C! Story of a Tragedy Averted by a Woman's Determination. By FRANK H. SWEET. Copyright, 10u3, by American I'rcs3 Asso ciation. Alford's Cnbln wns the nauio of a stagecoach eating station halfway be tween two thriving Hoeky mountain mining towns. It was kopt by 5lw, Nancy Alford, a small, cheery anil ex ceedingly active woman, who claimed for herself the distinction of having crossed the plains with an ox team In 1850 and the further honor of having been the first white woman to enter Falrplny gulch, iu which her cabin stood. Her husband's grave, over which the snows of three winters had drifted, was under a clump of stunted and gloomy pines up the rocky slope of the mountain. There were two little grassless and sunken graves beside that of Aunt Nancy's husband. In one of them her little girl of five years had bsen laid and In the other her boy of six. "I ain't never been back to tho states senco I collie out here, and I never ex pe...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 September 1909

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, SEPT. 3, 1000. TRAINING THE VIOLET. Experts Make It Climb or Grow Tree Fashion. Tho vlolot Is ono of those sweot garden llowora which Is everywhere found, dispelling Its frngrance in all directions, but when under cultivation it often resents the extra care given It. There are, however, many im proved and highly bred typos, which are more amcnnble to the dictates of tho llowcr gardener. Soino special methods of growing it that mny be unknown to the majority of readers, are nevertheless Interest ing. Tho violet is a universal favor ite, nnd It Is trained In various ways. It produces naturally every year a certain number of runners, like those by which tho strawberry Is propa gated, and when a plant is established In a pot these runners may be attach- Showing Trained Violets, ed to a trellis, and the turfs In which each runner terminates will bloom, and when over other runners will come out, which should also be at tached, arranging each ono so that space Is left ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 September 1909

Tin: CITIZEN, ritlDAV, SEPT. 3, 1000. VILLAGE, HAMLET, FARM. Doings in Rural Wayne. Interesting Items Picked Up by Our Staff of Wide-Awake Correspondents WHITE'S VAIjLEV. Misses Louvan and .Teraldlne Mil ler, of XewburRh, are the guests of Miss Anna Fltze on Cherry Hill. Messrs. Levi and Frank Stark of llonesdale, spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs. M. G. Stark. Miss May Glover took a load of little girls over to YV. II. Fitze's Saturday afternoon whore a party of twelve were entertained in honor of Misses Madeline Fltze and .Ter aldlne Miller. Messrs. Henry Gardner and Ern est Tyler, of Lestershlre, are spend ing their vacation at Henry Cliffs. Mrs. E. V. Squier has returned to her home in Peckvllle accom panied by Mrs. S. P. Crossman. Miss Anna May Hauser enter tained the young people in the hall on Monday evening. Miss May Glover has returned from Curtes Valley accompanied by Mr. Nelson Hutching. A little daughter lias arrived at thu homo of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Howie of Uutte, Mo...

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