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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 December 1909

CENT A WORD COLUMN YOtT WILL FIND the largest lino of sleighs, prices right, at B. T. Smith's. 1120 Church street, Hones- dale, Pa. 99eiS. THE ANNITAT. MTSETIVO of Milan Ylllo Bridge Company will be held at Milanvllle, Pa., on Monday, Jan. 3, 1910, at 10 o'clock a, m. Chas. 3. ueacn, secretary, zeouui FOB SALE A heating stove, in good condition, suitable for office or house. Inquire of Mrs. H. Wilson, 307 Fifteenth street. 89tf. 97,000 buys best stock farm In Wayne county. Between 600 and 700 acres. Would make a great elub resort for city boarders. A 'lake covering about 200 acres. Best of fishing and hunting. 14 build lngs, lumber, wood, etc. 1 miles from Beach Lake; 6 miles from Honesdale. Good roads. Come and look at it. Inquire of E. B. WILLIAMS, 97tf Honesdale, Pa. LOCAL MENTION. The Honesdale National Bank will be closed Saturday, day and even ing New Year's day. The Seelyvllle Sunday School have their Christmas exercises on Thursday evening. Come! Freeman's orchestra will giv...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 December 1909

BBHO Tme cranr, Wednesday, dec. aw, teo. rx BAD ROADS AFFECT TRADE. Tha Country Merchant la Directly Benefitted by Good Hlghwaya. The effect of road condltiona upon highway trafflo haa been Tory forcibly Illustrated by the data recently com piled by the IlUnota State Highway CommtBalon. A systematic count wat mide of trafflo oror various kinds of highways leading to towns and cities tn different parts of the State on gir en days each month throughout the year. Serenty-two points were se lected and a record kept of the exact number of vchicloa passing, as well as tho weather and road conditions. The results show that traffic over stono and gravel road's Is fairly uni form throughout the year, while over earth roads the widest variations are noticeable1. The following figures, tak en from the report, are suf&cleat to show the effoct of earth road condi tions on traffic during the winter and early spring season, the very time when tho farmer haa the most lets are and wants to go to...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 December 1909

m CtEHBK, ttTEDNESDAY, DEC. 20, 1009. PAID IN FULL Nretfee Fff Wafer's e4 Wtr JOHN W.JJtIlWi I CafvficM. KN, by C W. I CHAPTER XVII. EMMA moved toward tht floor, but her huaband ru aad Inter cepted ber. "Watt a tnlntrtt. Ym caa't that way," lie said determinedly. "Tou ore my wife, and rou can't tear hare without tome explanation." "I've no explanation to Make," the retorted coldly. "Ytu wUl ptai let me go. Ttc done mjr pari, aad tfa ray right to leave." "I tell you I won't let you e v&t!l you tell me Uio truth. What happened with Williams, and kw did y U ducc him to agroo?" 'TTottT no rhjht to nsk that. Tho price I paid for that Vatttr is sooe of your bualnefw. Tou net that price at the hie best possible figure a woatan can pay. Now, how I barealatd or What I paid la none of your affair." "It u my affair. I want to katw, and I will knowT "When yon teat me to that man, ffoo Brook. I told you tbat If I made the barftla I waa te make tt alone, that It waa to be my buslnwt alone and...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 December 1909

fix- Y THK CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, DEO. 20, 1909. n. ju f4,4"I"II"I"I"I"l'I"I"I"l"I"I"I"H CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMN THE MOST RELIABLE MEDIUM FOR PREADING HAWLEY. Mr. Edward A. Peet, of Lake Ariel, and Miss Mame W. Bidwell, of Haw ley, were united In inarriaGe by Rev. Charles P. Smalley at the Baptist' parsonage, Hawley, Pa., on Tuesday afternoon, Dee. 21st. Mr. and Mrs. Peet will make their home at Lake Ariel. On Christmas eve a very pretty cantata entitled "Santa Claus at Miss Prims," was rendered before a large and appreciative audience, by schol ars of the Baptist Sunday school, un der the able leadership of Miss Wil ma Knapp. Mrs. Fred Wagner pre sided at the piano, Mr. H. W. Pethlck leading the orchestra. The entertainment reflected much credit upon Miss Knapp and her helpers, revealing the fact that much labor had been expended by all taking part. The different characters were well represented; the star of the oc casion in the eyes of the little folks was Santa Claus, being well take...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 December 1909

BssislslBslrlSwJJIS 3 Ail will ttmum Wki&i, tern MM cat grtwhy Ml to W tl i itum p it r if K it r r ip it sr ir if tf r tr Wayne Couaty Origan J . of the .5 I REPUBLICAN PARTY Scai-Wcckly Framed n fc 1908 3 fc . J Weekly Fauned, 1844 1 f "3 66th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1909. NO. 104 r IS I JILTED,SHE SAYS Bessie De Voie Tells How Frank Gould Left Her. WEDDING FIXED FOR NEXT DAY He Told Her He Was Goiaff to Europe on the Rotterdam, but Sailed on Xronprinxcwia Ceoile of Another line. New York, Dec. 80. Bessie De Voie, the stage dancer who Is suing Frank J. Gould for $250,000 for alleged breach of promise of marriage, has given an interview In which she tells how Mr. Gould broke his alleged engagement "We were to have been married Sept. 14 last," she said. "The day be fore that Mr. Gould invited me to the Knickerbocker hotel to luncheon. There he told mo he had heard certain stories about me and had decided to sail for Europe in the morning. " 'Do you ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 December 1909

'' ni CraJSHN, Fit! h AY, DEO. Si, 1009. ' BREGSTE1N BROS. mmtnnHtmttmwHmtK H Seeiitsmilesasit ill piiil MWfil U CF,ifflIffll 1 I IS SLEEPING, PilUA,. ff; ' Wk,n Mocking your untime- w;j1 A . 1 I lHflllk iiiillllPlllillillBi DR. DEANE'S RENUNCIATION, Story and a Lesson For the New Year. IT was the evening of Dec. 31, and be year was ending with glorl niis winter weather. The ground was hard frozen, but not even u holly or an evergreen rustled, and the branches of the bare trees were per fectly still. Dr. Deane stood In his doorway. Presently there c.imo a sliding sound, a muttered exclamation, a heavy fall. He hurried out. to And horse and rider goue down on the slippery roadway, but without serious Injury, for both were already rising. "Can I do anything for you?" was his natural question under such cir cumstances. , "Well yes: I think you can," said the stranger, a man whom the bright ening moon revealed as tall, broad shouldered, dark and not of prepos sessing appearance. "That i...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 December 1909

OrRSDT, FRIDAY, DEO. 81, 1809. FIGURES THAT DO NOT DEPRESS. The popular magazines have late ly been opprest with the notion that there Is something wrong with the churches. One of these has publish ed a symposium on the subject, "What Is the Matter with the Churches?" to which a large number of prominent ministers have con tributed their answers. Of course the replies are various, and most of them contain or imply an admission that something Is wrong somewhere, but the composite result is not un animous. The Western Methodist Little Rock) retorts with a story of Benjamin Franklin who "asked a party of wise men why a tub of wa ter weighing, say, 75 pounds, would weigh no more If a 10-pound fish should be placed In it." This ques tion was learnedly discussed with all possible pros and cons, after which Franklin said: "Gentlemen, are you sure the tub will not weigh 10 pounds more?" This Methodist Journal takes up the role of Franklin with the assistance of the recently is sued bulletin...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 December 1909

THE CITIZEN rfoillBID BVBHT WZDRIDAY AJID f BIDA.T BT tub cmzn poBUsnora com pant. Entered as second-class matter, at tbe post offlce. Uonesdalo. Fa. BCBSCRIPTION 1.50 St. U. HARDENBKRUU. - - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MAN AO Ell AND SECY directors: 9. H. BOBniNOKB. M. B. ALLEN. bkkut wimofl. k. b. nABDntiDinon. W. W. WOOD. FRIDAY. DEO. 31, 1000. Newspaper publishers are prohibit ed by law from sending their papers to subscribers who do not pay their gubscrlptlons In advance. The post offlce department permits a short time of grace for a subscriber to pay for his paper but It Is the safest way to keep track of the dates on the label and when the subscription ex pires to pay as promptly as possible. If this Is not done, the time of grace Is apt to slip by and then tho paper has to bo discontinued, provided tho law is compiled with, and no man wants to bo a law-bronkor. Don't wait for tho wagon whllo tho walking 1h good. Don't grlovo over split milk whllo shore's ono cow loft In tho pa...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 December 1909

CENT A WORD COLUMN; YOU Wliili'FlNb the largest lino of slolg'tfay prices right, at B. T. Smith's. 1120 Church street, Hones dale, Pa. 89oIS. THE ANNUAIi MEETING of Mllan--rlllo Bridge Companr will be held at Mllanvlllo, Pa., oa Monday, Jan. 3. 1910, at 10 o'clock a. m. Chas. B. Beach, Secretary. 2ooll01 FOIl SALE A heating store, In good condition, sultablo for office or house. Inquire of Mrs. H. Wilson, 307 Fifteenth street. 89tt. 97,000 buys best stock farm in Wayne county. Botween 600 and 700 acres. Would make a great club resort for city boarders. A lake covering about 200 acres. Best of fishing and hunting. 14 build ings, lumber, wood, etc. 1 miles from Beach Lake; 6 miles from Honesdale. Qood roads. Como and look at it. Inquire of E. E. WILLIAMS, S7tf Honcsdalo, Pa. LOCAL MENTION. aood-byc, Old Year, good-byo. Tlio public school opons on Mon day, Jan. 3, 1910. Barber shops in Honcsdalo will ahnvo you Now Year's day only bo foro 12 o'clock. William Shuman, of Tanners Falls, an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 December 1909

TMJB (SXtXSK, FRIDAY, DKO. 81, 109. TAGS COWS WITH IS Illinois Farmer Attempts New Wrinkle in Bovine Harmony on Pasture BED CAUSES WILD DISCORD Experimenter Asserts His Herd Can Play "Please Don't Take Me Home" Calf 8polls Harmony Musician Studies Chimes. Geneva, 111. "Do, re, me, fa, sol, la, si, do, re, mo, fa, sol, la, a!, do." "Bang!" Tho "bang!" Is the way tho barn door shuts. What goes before shows how Colonel George Fabyan's cowa march out of the electric lighted barn at Riverside Villa, Geneva, every day at dawn. Each cow of a pure blooded herd is tagged with a Swiss bell. Tho chimes are tuned to the scale and the cow with the bell of the lowest pitch get out first Then como the rest, and thS notes go ringing up the scalo until they reach the tiniest tin kle attached to a little wabbly calf. Then the barn door slams and It sounds like the smash of orchestra drums after the violins have run up into the high notes. The cows have to do a respectable musical stunt when they get ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 December 1909

THE OmiKN, FRIDAY, DEO. 81, 1909, AS m new DIVORCE. YEAR'S $"ID pipe of mine, we've got to v part. I leave you soon forever. Though you are twined about my heart, We'll meet in future never. Ill swear you've faithful been and true, You've put dull care to chase, But there has come 'twixt you and me That woman in the case. WE'VE got to paht. ID pipe of mine, the day draws " near When from me you must roam. No longer may I know the cheer You brought into my home ; Ho longer when the shadows fall And night comes on apace I'll take you up. Oh, cup of gall That woman in the case! 1 LOVED you first, I hear you say, I pledged my troth to you, And I have loved you from that day I promised to be true. 'Tis so, but I was young and green, A youth with beardless face. I little thought there'd come be tween That woman in the case. A YOUTH WITH BEARDLESS FACE. V OTT were my love in days of old. . Old pipe, I love you still, But there's a woman in the fold That has a stronger will. Forever from my...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 December 1909

mi ornxKN, Friday, Dxa 81, if i t GOKRESfONDENTS' COLUMNS THE MOST RELIABLE MEDIUM FOR SPREADING INFORMATION MAPIiEWOOD. A blizzard struck here yesterday (Christmas) and has continued until to-night. The roads are drifted full and railroad traffic is at a stana still. The Christmas exercises at the Grace church were well attended, con sidering the weather. The commit tees in charge are to be congratulat ed on the excellent programme. Owing to the good people of this place and surrounding town, F. S. Keene las his family housed, and en Joyed a bountiful Christmas dinner provided by the many friends, In the house of Wm. Sharpe, where they are living. In response to an Invitation issued by some of the ladies and the pastor and his wife the house is com fortably furnished, and a store of provisions provided, also a purse of f27.40. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Black have been looking after the home of W. S. Glbbs while they spent Christmas with their son, Fred S. Gibbs, in Scranton. Our station a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 January 1910

THE WKATHKU Wednesday Increasing cloudiness nnd continued cold ; moderate to brisk north wind. C K I? K" IP 0 IP t? f If K t" K" K" K K Scml-Wcckly Founded 1908 5 V. v Weekly Founded, 1844 $ J J S J Jt J jp t? tC JO f? if X? JC ? ? P fc Wayne County Organ 5 of the 1 ' n fc REPUBLICAN PARTY v s a & vt o .vt$s & a &jjt 3 67th YEAR. HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1910. NO. 1 E Railroad Magnates Gain Concession From Taft. MORGAN PLANNED CONFERENCE He Saw Mr. Taft at the White House and Arranged For Visit by Hepresentatives of Six Great Systems. Washington, Jnn. 4. While the con ference at the White House between President Taft nnd the heads of six great railway systems was not produc tive of any change in the president's policy of advocating important amend ments to the Interstate commerce law, the railway men went nway satisfied that they had persuaded the president to modify some of the views which he was prepared to urge on congress. The president indi...

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

TUX CITIZHN, WUn.VKHDAV, JANUARY' 5, 1010. REACHED HIS RIFLE IN NICK OF III Hunter, Attacked by Giant Bear Is Pounded and Clawed as He Makes Way to Gun HE FIGHTS THE 460-POUND ANIMAL Wat Dressing Carcass of a Mooso When Suddenly He Received a Stun ning Blow Grapples with Bruin and Wins Victory by a Second. The ForkB, Sic The fourth mnn to be tackled by n bear In the woods pear here recently was Wallace Dur gln, who had his adventure the other day, near his father's house. Durgln bad his rifle close at hand and ho made short work of despatching the brute, but this was not the luck of Ernest Gubtll of New Vineyard. Gub Ul had been hunting for moose for two weeks. Ho dropped a fine buck, and then placed his rifle against a tree and began the work of dressing the carcass. Tho hunter, knife in hand, was nt work when suddenly he received a blow on the left side which sent him to the ground half stunned. Gubtll then found himself grappling with a black bear, which, when cold that evening, ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 January 1910

TUB OTIKtKN, WKDNKSDAV, JANUARY 5, 1010. tuttttttmtmttmttttttttumtttffimtmtmt GRANGE. I STATU GHAN'QH MKKTINO. Tho 37th annual session or the Pennsylvania Stato Grnngc met nt State College, Pa., Dec. 21, 1000. Grange opened In the 4th degree In full form. At 10:30 a. ni. Worthy .Master V. T. Creasy was in tho ehnlr. Immediately after tho open ing exercises the Worthy Master pro ceeded to give the annual address. The address touched on many sub jects. it stated that tho momhorshlp of the order in this Stnte has doubted In a decade and notwithstanding the fact that the last year was one of dis couragement to the farmer on ac count of the drought, yet the Grange is growing nt a rate that is very encouraging. Thirty-five subordin ate granges were organized during the year. Our state has risen during tho year from fourth to third plnce in membership and many other en rouraglng facts were brought out In the Worthy .Master's report. Reports from the other stato officers followed in regular...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 January 1910

niR CITIZHN, WtiDNKSDAY, JANVAItY 5, 1010. THE CITIZEN ruBLteiiEn ktrkt Wednesday and Friday nr TIIK CITIZEN rUnl.ISIIINCI COMrANT. rfntercU rs sccond-clnss matter, nt the post' nlllcc, Honesdnle. l'n. SUBSCRIPTION ?1.G0 R. ll.HAUDKNIlKUdll. - l'KKSIDKNT W. W. WOOD, - MANAOKK AND SKG'Y dirxtor8: a II. D0RFI.1K0ER. M. R. AtXKN. BENRV WII.BON. K. R. IIARPENBKUQ1I. W. Vf. WOOD. WKDXKSDAY, JANUAUY 5, 1010. Look up nnd scan tlio sky for Hal ley's comet. It you don't bcc It you wIU at least have your thoughts mounting skyward, and your mind dwelling on the wonders of God whom wc are Indebted to for all wo have nnd for lots more wo could have It wc wore In a proper receptive con dition Ucfore you become a kicker, con sider if yon cannot become something better. Oue thing certain, if you can do nothing good for a community you tan make a great deal of trouble by abusing those who do. Agitate your liver, take a dose of ground glass and remove the bile, cleanse your conscience, cultivate fait...

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

TIIK CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY fi, 1010. I CENT A WORD COLUMN j WE CAN SAVE YOU big monoy if you wish a Fire and Burglar Proof Safe. Wrlto or call and bo astonish ed at the saving. WYMAN V. KIM BLE. t,llo2 ATTENTION! The Klmblo plan ing mill Is nlways ready to plane innteh nnd rip lumber of any kind. Also estimate on cabinet work. WY- H AN W. KIMBLE. lmo2 On Now Year's nlcht tho local High school basket ball team went down to aofcat at tho hands of tho Whlto Mills High School team nt Whlto Mills. A man In Wayne county whllo on his way to borrow his neighbor's paper wns struck by lightning nnd In Week of Prayer at Presbyterian Chnpel. Services every night this week except Saturday. C. 13. llatcs, who is to havo charge o ftho new milling company nt East Honesdnlc, is in town to rcsumo his duties. Manager Dlttrlch wishes to an f,i i,iiii i . v i .V tmimiBur uiuricn wisucs 10 an- wise Lml ... n" fWOrlt0nm0 nounco tllnt thc I,rlcC3 ot BCIlt8 for zon n,T C frr Th CIU 11,0 "CnBh alrI" wh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 January 1910

Tins oitizun, wednksday, januaiiy 5, 1010. DAIRY ANO 6 CREAMERY THE DAIRY HERD. First Provide Farm with Suitable Buildings. In the caso of bulls tlio need of such exacting discrimination Is es pecially necessary, as many a herd has boon temporary and some perma nently deteriorated through Injudici ous Introductions of this kind. The would-be breeder' should especially bo on his guard against the acquisition of cows and hclfors that have boon prominent prize winners, not only for tho rcison that such nnlmals usually command higher prices, but also on tho ground that they aro less Tolla ble breeders. As to tho selection of bulls, especial care should be taken as to tho breed ing of the animals in relation to tho cows in his herd, and it is also urged that as far as may be practicable the sires selected should be calculated by their own individual merit to correct any possible defect In tho conforma tion of tho cows. Tho advantages possessed by win ter calves over those born in spring ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 January 1910

ran: owizen, Wednesday, January b, 1010. PAID IN FULL Novelized From Eugene Walter's Great Play . . . By . . . JOHN W. HARDING Copyright, 1908, by 0. V. Dillingham Co. CHAPTER XVIII. WASHED with rain, the stars, "forgctmcnots of the an gels," blinked 1 1 in p 1 1 1 y from tho sky of violet blue. IThc moonlight flooded the country, percolated in soft, refulgent enscades through tho spruces and hemlocks and traced with Its witchery weird ara besques In tho glades. On the road that ribboned through the forest and up from the lake walked Emma Brooks and her sister Beth, the latter grumbling. "You Are the queerest girl," she com plained. "No one but you would think of coming out In such weather not a soul. My shoes nre so henry with mud I can hardly lift my feet." "Oh, I Just had to! I love It," rc- CHod Emma. "I simply could not stay idoors. 1 know now what a bird must feel like when It la caged. You must humor nie, little sister. I have been born again awakened to n new life. My soul, ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 January 1910

THE 0IX1Z&CN, WEDNESDAY", JANUARY 5, 1010 ! CORESPONDENTS' COLUMNS I THE .MOST RELIABLE ME I) I I'M FOR SPREADING WHITES VAMiUY. Mrs. O. 0. .Miller and son Albert, returned Sunday after spending a week with Scrnnton and Wilkes-tinr-re friends nnd relatives. Air. Wm. Mauser Is spending sev eral days with Susquehanna friends. On Friday evening the young peo ple were pleasantly entertained by Mr. nnd Mrs. Raymond Pomery. .Mr. S. F. Phillips of Scranton, Is a guest at the home of Mrs. M. G. Stark Mr. nay Pomery Is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Pomery. Miss Susie Odell has returned homo after spending a week with Maple Grove friends. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hull, who spent Xmas week with their children in Waymart, returned homo recent ly. Their daughter. Miss Edith, a teacher at Mahwah, N. J., came to that place for the season's vacation and on account of the recent storm was unable to visit her home and friends here. Morning, afternoon and evening services will be held in the...

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