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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 February 1910

TJ1B OrnZHN, WKDNKBDAY, FEB. 2, 1010. I CENT A WORD COLUMN WK CAN BAVK YOU big money if you wish a Fire and Burglar Proof d at the saving. WYMAN W. KIM BLE. lmo2 FOU SALE Sleighs, all kinds, at bottom prices. E. T. Smith, Hones dale. Doll 'phono. Tho Hudson-Fulton pictures will be presented at tho LVrlc Thcatro, on Thursday evening of this week. Adam Cook, who resides at Ho tel Wayne, had tho misfortune to fall on tho lco on Monday, Injuring his shoulder quite badly. Ex-Register and Recorder Stuart O. Lincoln celebrated his 72d birth day on January 27th, while Kalsor Wllhelm was also celebrating Ills fifty-first year on earth. White Mills Daskct Ball team, which Is a good one, went down to 'defeat at Dunmore on Saturday, by a score of 13 to 8. Matthew Prbor Proborofskr, a native of Russia, who has been re siding 0n a farm at Cherry Rldgo for tho last two years, died on Sun day, Christy Mathowson, famous for his wonderful pitching with tho ATTENTION! Tho Kimble plan ing mill Is alwny...

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

ran oitizhh, wisdnusdav, fkb. 2, 1010. MOSES THE BEST JOURNALIST Reporter of Crimes 8uch at No Mod em Paper Would Dare to Print. Kansas City, Mo. Addressing the Ministers Alliance of Kansns on "The lYUth of a Journalist," Walter Wll Hams, dean of the School of Journal Ism nt Missouri University, spoke of tlio similarity of the UIhl to the mod orn newspaper. "Tlio best Journnllst with whose work I am acquainted," said Mr. Wil liams, "was Moses. He was tho first great editor. You plead for the publi cation of only tho good and the beau tiful In your favorite dally newspaper. It was an earlier people, not a wiser one, who cried: 'Prophesy unto us smooth tliln.' "In one of the live books Moses edited the great editor gave more criminal news, and that more graphi cally, than to-day's newspapers would dare for example, tho reports of the disobedience of Adam, the drunken ness of Noah, tho falsehoods of Abra ham, and the iniquity of tho city of Sodom." OOOOOOOOOOOODODODOOOOODOOO O Uncle Sa...

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

TUB CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 2, 1010. II 1 Polly and the f Death Trap f 4 By CHAS. SLONA REID. I 11 llll -H nil 11 Polly Blake was sitting on n pun cheon stool, milking a one-liorneil cow. A man stood a fow feet be hind her with his back against the fence. He was qulto different from Polly's kind', as any stranger might liavo guessed. He was a town man Polly was a mountain girl. Polly kept busy with hor milking and the man talked volubly, as he usually did. It was sunsot and the shadow of night already had fallen upon the valley below, giving a dus ky hue to tho foliage of the distant trees. It was the hour when Polly usually milked tho one-horned cow In the evening; and It was not by ac cident that tho man was there, talk ing to her. Polly wore no bonnet and tho mass of curling brown hair which hung about her neck and shoulders was ravlBhlng In the rich ness of Its effect. Obviously she was glad of the man's presence, for a certain happiness and a certain amount of embarassment, wh...

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

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, FED. 2, 1010. W"HW:HW'MM'MWHM"MMi CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMN ! THE MOST RELIABLE MEDIUM FOR SPREADING INFORMATION SHERMAN. Mr. D. F. Reynolds, of Blnghnm ton, is visiting his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. F. Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Webster at tended church nt Hnle Eddy on Sun day, Mrs. Bruce Loder spent n few days last week with her pnrents, Mr. and Mrs. 1. Van Pelt. The evangelistic services being held by Rev. C. J. Moore and wife, will be continued the coming week. The home of Willis Early is quar antined for scarlet fever. M. E Whltmore was In Honesdnlc as juror at the last court. Mr. and Mrs. F. Llttell attended n Ladles' Aid society of the Danville M. E. church at John Buck's. About twenty friends from the Danville church attended services here on Wednesday evening. Their good ringing testimonies did the heart good. We need more of them. Kenneth Whltmore. of Blngham ton, Is visiting nt Mrs. G. B. Arncke's. LAKE COMO. Mrs. Bert Grnndsbury spent last Thursday ...

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 February 1910

Qn Friday, cloudy weather aad nearly stationary temperatures will prevail, with rain or snow, and on Saturday, generally overcast. J V ' s? jo ? t? & t? )f t? tf )C Wayne County Organ k of lle REPUBLICAN PARTY 1 Semi-Weekly Founded v, 1908 J fc Weekly Founded. 1844 J j j jt Jt J J Jt , jt & 67th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1910. NO. 10 THE WEATnEIt mm PLEADS Jfim Secretary of Sugar Trusl Makes No Defense. SURPRISE TO PROSECUTION. Hcike's Evidence Given Before the Grand Jury as to Colossal Weigh ing Frauds Urged as Bar to His Trial. New York, Feb. 3. Chnrles R. Hclke, secretary of the American Sug ar Refining company, nppenred before Judge Mnrtln In tbc United States cir cuit court and claimed Immunity from prosecution on the Indictment charg ing him and five other employees of the !ugnr trust with conspiracy to de fraud the government. Through his counsel, John B. Stanchfleld, Ilelke entered a plea in bar, alleging that he had been called by United S...

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 February 1910

TIIH CITHERN, FRIDAY, FEU. 4, 1010. HOTEL BILL 475 FOB ONE 11 American Visitor to Paris Paid It, Too, Explanations Would Have Been Difficult "MADAME" THERE THREE MONTHS She Was Attractive, "Stranded" and Tearful, He Kind and Sympathetic), so He Settled Both Accounts Now a Sadder, but Wiser Man, Paris, Frnucc. Paris is hy no means a chenp town; some, indeed, find it expensive.. One man, an Amer ican, has found it exorbitantly so. Ho remained but nineteen hours In loroly Paris, and his hotel bill amounted to 2,37 If. 20c.! And what is more, ho settled tho account because of the somewhat strange circumstances In which he became responsible for It. These were ns follows: --Arriving at the Gare Snlnt-Lazare by a boat train from Cherbourg, he did not claim his luggage at once, and it was sent to the left luggage oftice. Late the same afternoon he returned to get it out. The depot was almost deserted, but tho American's kindly eye espied a young woman, attractive looking, a fellow country ...

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 February 1910

IinC CITIEKIf, I'KIDAY, FEB. 4, 1010. WILL THU COMKT HIT US? A Young Nephew (Jlvcs His Anxious Auntlo Sonic Pointers. Now York, Jan. 24, 1910. My Dear Auntlo: I have your re cent letter, and I feel very much In flated over the fact that you havo asked for my opinion relatlvo to Halley's comet coming In contact with this little "green footstool" upon which wo reside. j You could hardly havo found a person more competent to answer your Inquiry than your lulmhlo Bcrvant, as I think I know a power ful lot about astronomical matters. I ought to, at any rate, for onco I went through an observatory, and of course, 1 got n heap of Informa tion on astronomy then and there And, on my way out. I foil down a twenty-foot flight of stairs and got a few more points on astronomy. And at another time. In somo most mysterious manner. I bumped my head on a policeman's club, aud It was upon this eventful occasion that "I looked into the future as far as human oyo rould see," and next morning paid the j...

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 February 1910

HIE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, KKBv 4, 1010. THE CITIZEN rOBLIBIIKD KVKBY WEDNESDAY AND FHIDAT HY TUB C1T1ZKN POnLlBIIINO COMTANY. Entered as second-class mutter, at the post olllce. lloncsdnlc. l'a. 8UBSCUIPTION ?l-50 K. II. HAIIDKNUKIMIH. - - I'KKSMKNT W. W. WOOD. - - .MANAOHK ANOSKO'Y dimxtorb: C. II. DORM.tN(IKK. M. II. At.LK. nKNBY WILSON. H. II. llARDKUBKROIt. W. W. WOOD. Fill DAY, FUH. I, 1010. If a man starts to pay his debts, H puts a row of men a half mllo long in motion, each one starting to nay his. It may bo that you are tho man in tho row that has stopped tho motion. If you owe any one, pay him. Life is too short to give up all to business and nothing to plonsuro and rest. Too many people defraud their stomach, bead and heart, until they have made a competency. When they expect to enjoy tho pleasures of life tboy are generally too old, or their greed for money has dried up all tho well springs of their being and they are Incapable of enjoyment. Devote your busi ness hours to bus...

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

THE OITIZHN, Fill DAY, FK1I. -I, 1010. WE CAN 8AVK YOU big money if you wish a Flro and Burglar Proof Safe. Write or call and bo astonish ed at tho saving. WYMAN W. KIM BLE. lmo2 FOB SALE SlolghB, all kinds, at bottom prices. 13. T. Smith, Hones dalo. Bell 'phone. ATTENTION! Tho Kimblo plan ing mill is always ready to piano match and rip lumber of any kind. AIbo estimate on cabinet work. WY MAN W. KIMBLE. Uno2 YOU WILL FIND tho largest lino of sleighs, prices right, at E. T. Smith's. 1120 Church street, Hones dale, Pa. 99el8. FOB SALE A heating stove, in good condition, suitable for offlco or house. Inquire of Mrs. H. Wilson, 307 Fifteenth street. S'Jtf. LOCAL MENTION. Rev. A. L. Whittakor will hold services in White Mills Sunday, at 3 p. m. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schrader of Church street, on Wed nesday, Feb. 2d, a daughter Judge A. T. Searle will preside at the court of Common Pleas at Wllkes-Barro all of next week. Tho regular monthly meeting of the Honesdale Electric Ligh...

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 February 1910

ran chtczhn, fiiiday, fkb. 4, 1010. I 3 LIVE STOCK FEED FOR WORK HORSES. In Results Produced Corn Is Declared to Stand Ahead of Oats. There is a widespread belief anions horse owners that no grain U equal to oats as nn efficient feed for horses and that no matter how high the prkj of oats no other grain enn be used tin substitute for them. In order to test tho accuracy of this belief I). E. Carmichael of the Ohio experiment station began In the spring of 1907 an cxtensivo series of experiments to test the rolatlvo value and efficiency of oats and corn as a grain ration for work horses. With this In view throo teams of grade Percheron geldings were tak en; these horses were used for gen eral farm and team work on the sta tion farm. The horses In each tt-am woro about tho sarco age; ono w.ii fed on oats and the other on corn. The plan was to feed as much ear corn by weight as oats. All tho horses rocelvcd as much mixed clover and timothy hay as they would eat. Tho experiment reported ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 February 1910

XTIJS CITIKKN, Fill DAY, FKII. 4, 1010. SATURDAY NIGHT TALKS By REV. F. E. DAVISOK Rutland. VI. ALMS-GIVING AN,D PRAYER IN KINGDOM. International Bible Lesion for Feb. 6, 1910 (Mstt. 6:M5). There ha nl ways been a vnst amount of alms giving and pray er based on Just one foundntton to be Been of men, In Chrlst'a time there were 13 trumpet-boxes In the temple, In which were de posited the con tributions of the people. These boxes were called "trumpet" because they were narrow nt the top and wide at the bottom, and crooked like a horn, so that the dishonest could not abstract the coin. The people who desired to advertise their benevolent spirit "sounded the trumpet" before thom by causing their money to Jingle and ring as they threw it In the contrlbut on box. That custom no longer obtains since a handful of copper makes more noise than a greenback. People then sought to make their money Jingle; now they try to hush It as much rr possible. In other wo-ds. the teach ing of the king was ...

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 February 1910

TliK CITIZEN, l'KIDAVf I'KIl. 4, 1010. t ?; CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMNS THE MOST RELIAIU.E MEDIUM FOR 0! iiLHunu INDIAN ORCHARD. Mra. Isabella Ham, of Scrnnton. Is vlsttinn hor boh Ear, and daugh ter, Mrs, Hay Bayly, of this place. Saturday's snow storm wna a se vere one, roads and lanes wore drifted from fence to fence with snow, but on Sunday Messrs. Spry and Bayly met Borden's team with a sang of men and broke the road from tho GonunRtown road to the Honcsdnle and Texas Almshouse This storm was foretold by W. R Wood of Beach Lake. Ho said on Wednesday last that tho week would end with a severe storm. His pre dictions thus far this winter have been more accurate than that of weather prophet Hicks. Joseph Swnrtz, son Henry, and Jesse Ham have entered tho employ of Dorflinger & Son of White Mills. Mike Tenbus of Berlin Valley, was assisting Earl Ham during the early part of last week. The ladies of this place met with Mrs. Tuthlll at the M. E. pnrsonage at Beach Lake on Wednesday la...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 February 1910

THK WIS ATI! Kit On Wednesday, jmHl? OfCKiut wcntlicr nml nearly stationary tompcmtnrcfl will prevail, and on Thursday tait. lO,'KK'JC,,J,'tf,j,K, Seml-Wcekly Founded 1908 V. W-Si'nc County Organ 3 V. Weekly Founded, 1844 .. ..t k jt J Ji Jt t Jt Jt J J jt jt ? RiliBLICAN PARTY 5 v. mzt -'tw-t st ji t37th YEAR. HONBSDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1910. NO. 11 U pfflf Senator Allds Faces Gharges In N. Y. Legislature. CONGER PRESENT AS ACCUSER Backs Up His Assertion That Re publican Leader Took $1,000 For Holding Up Bridge Contract legislation. Albany, N. V.. Feb. S. The Investi gation of the sensational charges of Senator Benn Conger against Senator Jotliani P. Allds. the Republican ma jority leader, opened today, with the senate sitting In judgment as commit tee of the whole. At the request of Superintendent of Buildings Cahlll the chief of police had a platoon of men on duty to guard the senate galleries and keep the crowd of spectators In order. Senator Conger and Se...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 February 1910

Tint CI11IHN, WKDKESDAV, FEB. 0, 1010. LaM trials FARGE SIS 1IE Ex-Ambassador Say. They're .... bames Between, and Keult in Spread of Crime THE VORST IN THIS COUNTRY Murder Forty-three Times More Com mon, Proportionately, Than In Cana da, Where Law Prevails, He Says A Remedy Suggested. Ithaca, N. T. While optimistic over tho future of this country. Dr. Andrew D. Whlto, ex-President ot Cor nell University and ex-Ambassador to Gormany and Russia, seoa crave din ner In the growth of crime, especially murder. Several years aco he called attention to this and in a lecture uo uiaae anoLnor Element aiong the same lines. He said that the num- """"C1"ca ,n ,uc luiwu awca in proportion to popu- ation was forty-three times greater than in Canada and seven times groat- c. mu iu uo.sium, wim-u uu cousiu- ercd the worst country In Europe in that regard. The average criminal sentenced to life Imprisonment, he Bald, served but seven years. "The number of felonious homicides per year per million pop...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 February 1910

run crmtHjr, Wednesday, run. o, 1010. HOW TO MAKE CI EMBERT CHEESE The Secret of iho Bug or Mould That Gives it the Flavor Now Discovered A SPECIAL STARTER IS USED Directions Which, It U Asiertod. Will Enable American Dalrymon to Mnke Better Camembert Than la Pro duced in France. Aftor aovoral monthi le.rrch at tho Stnrrs Agricultural SUitlon for the b-jjT or mould that give Camerabort Chccso Us dlstlngulshtnjr flavor, It Is announced that the secret ha beon discovered. It la declared that by fol lowing directions American dairymen can mako bottor Camembert cbeeaa than Imported. Tlio United 8tatei Department of Agriculture has beon helplnt In the experiment nnd specialists hare been sent to Europe to study the cheese fnctorles there. While the Frenchmen trust largely to luck to turn out their boat Camembert, the scientists here havo eliminated chance In the process that they have evolved, so that the ordinary dairyman can, if he follows ilrcctlonn, turn out porfect cheeses. Tho milk...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 February 1910

YllE CiTIZKN, WHIN1CS11A VKl. t), 1010. THE CITIZEN rniaiBHKD every wkdnksday akd fiiiday nv TIIK CITIZEN rUnUBIUKO COMPANY. Vintcrcd as second-class matter, ot the post olllce. lluncsdnlc. l'n. SUBSCRIPTION U.50 K. It. IIAllDKNBKHOH. I'UKSIDHNT W. W. WOOD. - - MAKAGKK AND SKC'Y DiiiGcrona: 0. H. DORFUXCiER. M. n. AI.I.KS. IUKRT WU.SO. n. II. 1IABDK5BBWHI. W. W. WOOD. WKDXKSDAY, VKl. I, 1010. Tin: i,i:gkni of st. vamjntixk Perhaps you have henrd the legend of St. Valentino, but If you havo not, here It la In as small a nutshell as such a saint could be well condens ed: St. Valentine lived long ago. An emperor ruled h.m, and the emperor j 0sy Ved In an whose name was Claudius, became nlcovo behind palms and floral dec very jealous of St. Valentino or Vr. orations. Valentine as he was then called. And ' The President, William F. Dor one day Claudius cut Fr. Valentine's I "Inger, was toastmaster and did his , ' , . , , , ,, 1 part well, nnd In a happy vein in- head oft and banished his...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 February 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 0, 1010. I CENT A WORD COLUMN )K5aoioioioi(ioiemeKieMOioK5(5i WE CAN SAVK YOU big money If you wish a Firo and Burglar Proof Safe Writo or call and bo astonish ed at the saving. WYMAN W. KIM RLE. lmo2 VOH SALE Sleighs, all kinds, at bottom prices. E. T. Smith, Hones tlale. Hell 'phone. ATTENTION! The Klmhlo plan ing mill Is always ready to piano match nnd rip lumber of any kind. Also estimate on cabinet work. WY MAN W. KIMBLE. 1ho2 FOR SALE A heating stove, in good condition, sultnblo for oinco or house. Inquire of Mrs. II. Wilson, 307 Fifteenth street. S9tf. LOCAL MENTION. George A. Smith, ct tlx. of Wnyno county to S. S. SprukB of St rant n. SO acres In Lackawnxcn township Consideration $400. Dated January 11!, 1310.' Rev. Dr. Swift's address which was delivered in part at the Way no County Pennsylvania Society's din ner is printed in full in this week's issue Every living soldier who enlist ed in the Civil war, in answer to Lincoln's call for 75,000 v...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 February 1910

rilK CITISSKN, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 0, 1010. STOOV IIOKSK THAT PATS. Ilio Drafter n Moncjr Coiner for Ui Farmer Urcotlor. Drnft horses whoso principal work Is to haul henry loads at tho walk aro divldoii Into throa aubclas903, heavy draft, light draft and logcors. all of which aro much of the nam type. Tho Ideal draftor Is rugged. Leavy set compactly built horss with great weight and strength. Strength and endurance) are tho principal qualities sought and srs bast bocutoJ OF SHOW RING TVPR. by the horso throwing weight Into ths col nr rather than by muscular ex ertions of tho limbs. Ths drafter should bo a broad, massive ludlvld nal with symmetry of bone and mus c e. standing ;'rom 15.3 to 17.2 hands h.gh and In good flesh weighing not less tbau l.oO'i pounds tor the lisht ej sorts. Sinco he does hU work by throwing weight Into the collar, tho heavier th horse, other things be ing equal, tho moro efflclent he will be Along with v. eight ho should possess moderately . eavy bono with quali...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 February 1910

THH CITIZKrf, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 0, 1010. CHILDREN T00JWER0US Nearly All Are "Human Culls," De dares Mrs. H. L. R. Baker Qual ity, not Quantity, the Need. Spokane-, Wash. 'There are M ready too mnny children In the world. Whnt wo want now 1 quality and not quantity. PorenU ihould be ta;:gl.t the responsibility of bringing enliven Into the world, and then when they have been taught that nlnc-tenthi of the babies born every year arc nothing more or less than human culls. 1 lie llevo tha birth rate will decrease and wo shall hav a better and stronger race." This from Mrs. Helen La Relne Baker, wealthiest woman In Spokane, also suffragist, reformer, philanthrop ist, humanitarian and apostle of broth erly lore, known throuchout the Northwest as "the Little Mother of Unfortunate Children." Mrs. Baker li anything but conven tlonal. She Is young and attractive, la hlfhly educated and wldoly travc'.fd and has plenty of money to gratify every whim. Sho looks upon Thomn3 Paine as her patron faint...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 February 1910

THIS CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, HKI1. 0, 11)10. THE MUST RELIABLE MEDIUM KOR ! SPREADING INFORMATION ; 1- STERLING. On the evening of the 1st about thirty of Charles Howe's young friends helped him to colobrnte hfs 2Cth birthday. On the 1st inst. Mrs. K. Stevens returned from a threo weeks' visit with Scranton friends. H. B. and 1. G. Simons aro mov ing their mill lo Edeless. on tho North IJranch turnpike. ( E. Webster Is on his way south and on the 1st he was In Charleston. South Carolina. In our last items we neglected to say that last week about three doz en Rrinkhlllera from Pike county took dinner at the parsonage and all hnd a very enjoyable time. This is the second dinner party that Rev. Webster has entertained this winter. For some time past Thomas Ne ville has not been well and he is now at his daughter's in East Strouds burg. Mrs. Mamie Filz Phelps came to Sterling last week and she and her husband returned to Plttston to day. Prof. Koehler, County Superin tendent, took in the lo...

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