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PAGE 8 THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 11)11.
Special to Tho Citizen.
AH1EL, Vti., Juno 0. Mrs. Irena
Swingle, Waymart, Is the guest ol
lier son, Walter Swingle. Sho Is 92
years old and one of the pioneers of
Wayne county. Soventy-four years
ago sho, with her husband, Levi
Swingle, moved on the farm now
owned by Able Swingle, their oldest
son. She says that Ariel does not
look much like it did at that time.
It was then a wilderness no stores,
churches, railroad, the nearest grist I
mill being at Varden, then known asl Crosby's on
of milk. It now takes two teams to
haul tho latter from this vicinity to
Poter Schmltt, White Mills, Is
again making some weekly trips to
J. W. Hlllor, East Beachlake, In
formed us that he Intends to run a
team and wagon from Beachlako to
Honesdale and return for tho pur
pose of carrying passengers, pack
ages and doing errands of all kinds.
This will bo a great convenience- to
Jliss Ella Crosby, Beachlake, is
visiting at H. H. Crosby's at this
The L. A. S. held at Mrs. H. H.
Wednesday last was
Shaffertown. That was somewhat I well attended and as usual a nice
nearer than her father-in-law, Fred j sura of money was turned Into the
.Mrs. D. J. Hlne has been suffering
from a severe attack of stomach
The school children marched from
the church to the cemetery on Me
morial Day and decorated the graves
of the departed soldiers where ser
vices were held consisting of singing
by a quartette, an address by Rev.
W. B. Slgnor and recitation and talk
by comrade's H. B. Hlne and E. Mar
tin. Tho funeral of Ida, daughter of
Mrs. John Knapp was held at their
home on Monday afternoon, May 29.
Rev W. B. Slgnor officiated. Rev.
and Mrs. W. B. Slgnor, assisted by
Mrs. E. W. Hlne, organist, rendered
some very appropriate hymns. The
flowers were numerous and beautiful.
Deceased had been In ill health for a
Swingle, had to go as ho went to
Wllltes-Barre on horseback all the
way from Canaan to get his grist
treasury. Those present from out number of years but the last few
of town were Rev. and Mrs. William
Seymour, Mrs. Alexander Crosby
nnd daughter, Ella, all of Beach
lake. A large number of Grangers were
present at their last meeting on
Saturday evening last. Tho literary
program consisted of singing and
music by Cora Weeks and O. D.
Henshaw. Charles Herman, Beach
Grove Grange, was among the visi
tors. Thomas Olver, who recently came
from Scranton and now running his
farm west of Beachlake, Is making
extensive Improvements on his
buildings. W. P. Budd has charge
of the carpenter work and Edward
Gllllsple is doing the mason work.
S. A. Ward, Bethany, was here on
Thursday working In the interest of
Pennsylvania Board of Health.
E, C. Ham is busily engaged at
repairing the roads in this vicinity.
He llnds that the frosts, during ear
ly spring, the recent rains and auto
mobiles have played havoc with the
roads, hence the cost of putting thom
in passable condition will amount
to several hundred dollars.
Several from hero attended the
dance at Liberty Hall, Swamp
Special to ina Citizen. I
L-KTIIANV, l'a., June 0 Mr. and1
Mrs. VV. O. Avery and children visit-1
eel Mrs. Avery's relatives at Pleasant
Mo ru recently.
-ir. and Airs. Amos Rutledgc and
family of Galileo spent last Sunday
at the Luvo home.
Wilbur Cody attended the aviation
meet at Wllkes-Barre last week.
Howard Johns, Carbondale, visit
ed his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
Johns on Memorial Day.
Mortlmoie Lnvo placed flags on
the graves of the soldiers in our
Airs. Dwlght Henshaw is visiting
her daughter, Airs. Bates, at Way
mart. Air. nnd Mrs. F. H. Kennedy,
Pleasant Alount, spent Friday with
A. O. Blake.
Robert A.iller, Carbondale, came
'Saturday to spend Sunday with his
mother, Airs. H. N. Miller.
Air. and Airs. C. W. Seifarth and
daughter. Martha Evelvne. Scranton. i Brook, on Saturday evening
w'ho have been spending the week They report a large attendance and
at tne same home, returned Sunrlav. i a Jolly good time.
Mrs. J. V. Starnes is improving i Alore wires are being added to the
though still very weak. Bell telephone line.
Mrs. J. B. Faatz's condition con- The Big Eddy Telephone company
tlnues about the same. Is growing very rapidly. They have
A daughter was born to Air. and moved the switch from Clark's store
Mrs. James Henshaw, last Thurs- to his residence. We now have
day. i night service.
Bessie Kimble, Pleasant Valley, I Mr. and Airs. AlacKellar, Clark's
spent Saturday with her cousin, Ella Summit, are visiting at Chestnut
Gammell. Lake, and Beachlake. They will re-
Henry Kent, Carbondale. visited I turn home on Saturday.
his brother-in-law, Edward Hacker, ' Herman Haussman, Tafton, visit-
Sunday, ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Helen Bennett was presented with' Jacob Switzer last week.
a piano recently from her parents, I Philip Murray, Jr., Honesdale,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Bennett. I was a Pleasant as well as welcome
Helen is one of Ella Gammell's pu-' caller at the home of Air. and Airs,
plls. Other pupils are Doris and ' J- W. Spry one evening last week.
'Mablo Blake, Elolse Webb and rtev. Seymour preached an excel
Franklln Walters. I lent Alemorial sermon on Sunday
Tne Dolierty-Fives wedding takes last In which he eulogized sevoral
place Tuesday. Another wedding of . who have passed to the Great Be
one of Bethany's fair daughters will 3'ond; among them were George
follow soon. Washington, U. S. Grant and Fran-
Tho lecture by Rev. Moses Breezo ces Willard.
Saturday evening in the Presbyterian 1 Ethel Davey, Edith Seymour and
church was very interesting. A ' brothers, Floyd and Wilson, Beach
great many familiar facts were lake, visited J. W. Spry and wife
heard In regard to tho management last week.
of rural churches. Helpful sugges-. Alamlo Schmidt is assisting Airs,
tlons were given but not many In at- H. O. Wood of Beachlake.
tendance to hear them. 1 Fred Swartz and wife have moved
Tho Presbyterian Ladies' Aid will to Honesdale.
serve a dime supper in the church John Budd, Beachlake, reshingled
dining room Thursday, June 8. A, AI. Henshaw's barn last week. He
Emerson W. Gammell's Ford run- Intends to do extensive repairs on O.
about arrived Thursday. i D. Henshaw's house in the near fu-
Plans for the Presbyterian Fourth ' ture.
are being made. Committees will ; W. H. Alarshall and wife called on
be appointed and read at tho church 1 Mrs. Harry Wood, Beachlake, on
service next Sunday morning. I Friday. Mrs. Wood is doing nicely
Air. Elsenberger preached to a and speaks very highly of the treat-
large congregation in tho Presby- ment she received while In a hos-
weeks of her life had failed more
rapidly than usual. Jluch sympathy
is extended to her mother, sisters and
brothers, who survive her. Her fatlv
er died Just one year ago on Me
Ward Hlne, Blain Lee and George
Hlne attended Forcpaugh's show at
Carbondale on Monday of last week.
.Milton Rhone has moved Into his
new home purchased of Airs. Nellie
E. W. Hlne has purchased the farm
of his uncle, D. J. Hlne, containing
1G0 acres, but "Undo Jackson will
retain the use of the house as his
D. P. Hlne, who has been very ill
tho past few weeks, is gaining slow-
ly, being able to he around some, but
not ablo to work as yet.
her daughter, Mrs. C. F. Kollam.
Thos. O. Simons, Scranton, was a
caller at Thomas B. GUlott's yesterday.
Mrs. Allchael Sweeney Is tne guest
of Scranton friends.
Special to Tho Cithen.
SHERMAN, In., Juno 0 Last
Tuesday Ralph Arneke, Airs. Henry
Ameke and Misses Eedell and Arneke
of Btnghainton, motored from that
city to this place and spent a few
days at the homo or Mrs. u. Arneice.
Allss Laura Dundor. Lebanon, is
spending some time with her sister,
Airs. Henry Urlggs.
Professor C. F. Littell made a
business trip to Alontrose Thursday,
Quite a number from this place
attended Alemorial services at tho
Hale Eddy cemetery on Tuesday.
Allss Hattlo Arneke is vlsltng
friends In Binghamton.
Frank Tarbox and J. D. JlcClure
have commenced work on Alarion
Aliss Lizzie Coon visited her sister
in Binghamton the past week.
Allss Lovejoy, Deposit, visited her
friend Allss Florence Arneko over
Special to Tho Citizen.
STEENE, Pa., Juno O Samuel
Aloon, Carbondale, visited Air. and
Airs. John Short here at Steene last
Air. and Airs. Leroy Foster, Car
bondale, visited the former's moth
er and .grandmother here Saturday
night and Sunday.
Ralph Haley, brother of the Bob
olink, Is quite 111 at 'his home In
South Canaan. Being In poor health
all of the Spring it's surprising to
walk over his farm and view his
crops, about eight acres of oats, tho
best the writer has seen this spring;
three acres of corn ready for the cul
tivator and hoe; two acres of pota
toes and about four acres plowed
for buqkwheat. After viewing the
crops put in this Spring with pleas
ure and pride he showed the writer
his grass crop, about six acres of
new seeding, so heavy that Il's all
lodging and will soon havo to be
cut. The next view was ten fine
Jersey cows In fine condition, four
horses, six hogs, about one hundred
spring chicks. Besides doing the
housework his wife attends tho
hogs, calves and poultry besides
taking the cream to the creamery at
The wedding hells will soon bo
ringing here again.
The Rev. Air. Murch, Waymart,
preached a very Interesting sermon
at Steene Sunday afternoon, taking
for his text tho 25th chapter of Alat
thew and the "2d verse.
Mrs. William Wright and family
returned to their home at Carbon
dale Saturday after visiting a week
with her parents at this place. .10
Airs. O. E. Clarke returned to her
home at Deposit, N. Y last week
after visiting two weeks with her
parents at Steene. Airs. Roy Span
genburg, Carbondale, sister of Airs.
Clarke, accompanied her home for
a two weeks' visit with friends at
Cfye IDayne IPttmer
i'-Al Magazine Ok Marvels
" r " Edited by BARKErf HANSON W1THEUHEE.
JUNE 7, 10 11
B RAMAN AND KELLAM.
Special to The Citizen.
HItAAIAN AND KELLAM, Juno
0. The next meeting of the L. A. S.
will be with Airs. Heeman Cole the
first Thursday In July.
Rev. W. T. Schenck and Airs. Ty
ler from Pleasant Alount visited his
grandmother, Airs. Iydla Cole, re
cently. His mother, Mrs. Harriet
Schenck returned with them.
Louis Rauner and Charles Cargln,
and their families, are entertaining
Airs. Grant Caffery and her siBter,
Airs. Cox, Oneonta, who Is visiting
relatives here, made a trip to Long
Eddy recently to see their brother,
Charles Adams, who has been very
sick with pneumonia.
Air. and Mrs. Orville Kays, Cochec
ton, came up last Saturday in an
auto to visit his parents. Air. and
Mrs. ... Kays.
Airs. Thos. AlcKechner, New York
City, and little daughter, Dorothy,
are visiting her parents, Mr. and Airs.
Air. and Airs. Edwards attended the
funeral of tho former's grandmother,
Airs. Georgo Lott, Union, who "is
a very thorough teacher, has a class
In music at Kellam and Braman and
expects to soon have one at Lookout.
This magazine is published to
meet a widespread nnd popular (le
iiiiiikI for stories of action which arc
not actionable. Our staff of train
ed (Kjcts and authors arc fed solely
on dynamite and gun powder which
of course assures u livelier qunllty
to their tales than even those In "No
body's Magazine" and tho "Scalrt
Set." All of our readers will bo
vitally Interested In the whirlwind
narrative which appears In this issue,
Lost in a Harem!
By All Pasta.
Air. Slyboots was busy dressing.
Ho was In a great hurry to get out
or tho House ucioro nis wire returned
homo and niiulc him go to the opera.
Mr. Slyboots detested operas. His
tastes ran inoro to burlesques bee-
cause tho third girl from tho end In
the front row always winked at his
Ho dressed rapidly, socks, shoes,
In anguish of linsto ho tore a pair
ot trousers from tlio hanger.
Ho slipped into tlicni.
Then ho slipped out of the house.
Air. Slyboots boarded a Broadway
Ho put his hand In his pocket to
get 11(0 fare. There were no pock
"Am I nwako or nslccii?" ho asked
Ho gave ono look, two yells, and
three naughty swear words.
Then ho fainted.
0 S 0
Ho was lost in his wife's harem.
Poems of Life.
A man and a girl went out for a walk
Tho man dreamed that ho would
With diamonds and pearls when sho
was his wife
All ho bought was an lco cream
Miss Millions crossed to see the King
Ho crowned at Llpperary;
Sho turned around and enmo hack
15y order of Queen Alary.
In the next issue of the Winner,
wo will publish a political story en
titled "The Democratic Dowdrop."
It's n world heater! Don't miss Itt
terlan church Sunday evening. Next
Sunday, Juno 11, he will preach in
the morning in the same church and
Sunday school will follow.
Our genial rural carrier, Emmet
Groner, has been off duty several
days last week taking a vacation.
Jlr. Partridge has been acting as
Airs. John Relfler, Sr., and John
Relfler, Jr., Honesdale, spent Sun
day with Air. and Airs. Ernest Bodie.
Special to The Citizen.
UNION, ln., Juno 0 We have
been having beautiful spring weather
with occasional showers to make
An ice cream social was held at the
home of John Blake last Thursday
evening nnd attended largely. Net
proceeds were ?8.G5, to be applied on
Rev. Gardner, Equluunk, very
kindly consented to preach here
every Wednesday evening, as the Now
York conference has not appeared as
if they thought us worthy of a pas
tor, or elce wo were too good to need
a minister. Everyone Is better pleas
ed with tho new arrangement.
Airs. John Flynn recently visited
her daughter, Airs, Frank Alurray,
and also attended the dedication of
the now addition of St. Joseph's Col
lege at Calllcoon, N. Y.
Air. and Airs. Lafayette Denlo, of
Equlnunk, visited relatives in this"
vicinity last Sunday.
Air. and Airs. George Blum, Jr., re
cently made a trip to Honesdale.
John Blum has rented the farm
owned by Harry Roberts.
Air. and Mrs. Leslie Teeple, Bra
man, recently visited tho latter's
brother, Bert Brining, of this place.
Preparations are being made for
Children's Day exercises to be held
In a few weeks.
Sunday school was reorganized last
Sunday and elected the following of
ficers: Superintendent, Geo. Lott;
assistant superintendent, Allss Emma
Woolheater; treasurer, Henry Tee
pie; secretary, Depew Teeple; organ'
1st, Mrs. G. Lott.
Airs. Kraland, New York, who has
been visiting friends In this place,
returned home last Thursday.
An ice cream social is to be hold
at Braman Saturday evening In tho
Allss Abblo Blake, Binghamton, N.
Y Is spending her vacation with her
parents, Air. and Airs. J. F. Blake.
Special to The Citizen.
INDIAN OROHAKD, Pa., Juno 0
The showers of late havo greatly
refreshed vegetation, pasturoa are
good and cowa are giving a fine flow
pital at Scranton.
Bessie Decker, Beachlake, and
niece, Allss Alayo, Hancock, N. Y.,
visited tho former s sister, Mrs. J.
W. Spry, last week.
Special to The Citizen.
STERLING, Pa., Juno 0 Aliss
Katie Gllckmann, Turnersvllle, is
assisting Aliss A. Al. Noble In house-cleaning.
Airs. L. Neville Graham, Strouds-
burg, is the guest of her mother,
Airs. S. Neville, and Mrs. Graham ex
pects to move to Niagara, N. Y.,
Dr. White, Ariel, is Inspecting the
dairies In this section and in most
cases he finds them in a fairly clean
Earl V. Cross has returned from
Philadelphia where ho has been a
student at the U. of P. Dental School.
Isaac Williams has moved his
household goods to Scranton where
they are now housekeeping, Mr. Wil
liams having just built a new house.
F. Fethorman has a number of
men digging the cellar for a house
at the creamery.
Memorial Day passed on very
nicely and we nad an excellent turn'
out. John Smith was commander of
the Post and J. P. Simpson assisted
as chaplain at the cemetery. At
torney C. P. Searle, Honesdale, de
livered an excellent address and
Ruth Webster sang a solo and a
quartette was rendered by Allsses
Letha Burns, Ethel Alyers, Beulah
and Alyrtle Cross, with Susan Cross
as drganlst. Cassie Smith gave us
Lincoln's celebrated Gettysburg ad
dress and AlaBter Lowell Cross an
oration. The G. A. R. and many
others had dinner at tho hotel and
the Ladles' Aid furnished cream, the
sale of which will be applied on a
fence for the cemetery. David Ed
wards, Bon and grandson were drum
mers, and Ray Krotzer and Ira
Special to The Cltlz-n.
ARLINGTON, Pa., Juno (I Airs.
William Altemeier returned home
after a few dayB' recreation at the
home of her son, S. L. Bldwell, Car
bondale. She also visited her son,
John, at Scranton, and called on
several other friends. She reports a
very enjoyable time.
Special to The Citizen.
ORSON, Pa., Juuo 0 The funeral
of Ruth Alay, the 10-month-old child
of Curtis and Anna Lee, Cadosia, was
held in the Al. E. church at this
place on Tuesday, Alay 30, at 3
o'clock, Rev. W. B. Slgnor officiating.
The little child died on May 28 from
pneumonia. Air. Lee formerly lived
at this place, being the oldest son of
Mr. and Mrs. Tad. Lee. The young
parents havo the sympathy of the
community. Interment In Hlnes
Sarah Whipple Is visiting In Car
bondale. Essie Fletcher has returned to
her school at Susquehanna,
Special to The Cltizen.j
EQUINUNK, Pu., June 0. Rosa
belle Pino Is spending three weeks
with relatives in New York City.
Joe Barnes and Alary Alay, Han
cock, spent Sunday at the home of
Fred Warfleld and wife.
Anna Lord returned home Sun
day. She spent the past Ave weeks
with her mother, Airs. Virgil Beatty
at Downsvllle, N, Y.
Fred Watson is spending the week
in Cortland, N. Y.
I. Sandercock, Hawley, spent Sun'
day and Alonday at the home of J
Airs. J. Pine spent the past week
visiting relatives In New York City.
Airs. Virgil Beatty, Downsvllle,
N. Y Is spending a few days at the
home of Cain Lord and wife.
Alemorial exercises were held
here Tuesday. Revs. H. B. Emmel,
Lake Como, and J. T. Gardner de
livered addresses. Aliss Mehling, the
evangelist, sweetly rendered a solo
John Tompkins, one of the veterans,
exhibited a number of pictures which
were the scenes of his camp life.
The Free Alethodlsts held their
quarterly meeting here Friday, Sat
urday and Sunday.
Allen Lloyd and wife returned
from Binghamton Thursday. They
were accompanied home by Air. and
Airs. Henry Bedford and son.
Emma Stelnbroker and little Hel
en Buss, New York, are visiting at
tho home of Air. and Mrs. Stoln
broker. Pearl Lord returned to Bingham
Paul Brannlng and Francis Cham
bers spent Thursday In Hancock.
auto truck for delivery and livery
Aliss Bell Von Storch of Scranton
Is having some improvements made
on her cottage at Lake Henry.
mere will be no campmeetlng at
Alaple Grove this year.
Several of our young people are
attending Ranch 101 at Scranton today.
Potato bugs and cut worms are
very plentiful this year and are do
ing much damage.
The writer enjoyed a dish of wild
strawberries Sunday the first of the
Advertise in Tho Citizen and tret
Special to The Citizen.
WHITE MILLS. Pa.. Juno 0.
White Alllls base ball team have
just organized with about eighteen
men. Tltey have taken on quite a
number of young players and Alana'
ger Liljequlst is trying them out
and several of them are making
good. The manager says that he will
have the best' team this season that
White Alllls have had for a number
of years. With Corbett and Joe
Dorflinger out on the coaching lines
they are going to make the visitors
The White Alllls Camp of Alodorn
Woodmen, led by the White Mills
band, went to Indian Orchard ceme
tery on Sunday to decorate the
graves of their deceased members.
They had a very large turn out.
The Rev. Walter Walker became
a member of the White Alllls fire de
partment last Thursday evening.
Airs. Richard Jay, Unlondale, Is
visiting her daughter, Airs. James
Fred Alallett Is improving; he Is
able to be out again.
Tho White .Mills Indenendent
School District will be legislated out
on the first Alonday in July; also the
present board of directors on the
Air. and Airs. Patrick Lane have
been blessed with a young daughter.
Tho White Alllls school board
have reappointed the following
teachers: A. H. Howell, Eleanor D.
Gill, Alargaret Corcoran, Mario Jlur
phy and Francis Dillon. These
teachers should be highly congratu
lated upon their good work the past
,Alr. and Airs. Charles Robinson,
Danbury, Conn., was visiting the
latter's brother, Joseph Atkinson.
Air. and Mrs. Joseph Atkinson and
Air. and Airs. Charles Robinson were
visitors at the home of William
Kimble at Dyberry last Wednesday.
Laura Werner and Ruth Lawson
spent Decoration Day at Lake Lo
dore. Lizzie Kauffraan and Laura Hertel
were guests of relatives at Hawley
Airs. John Fuoss Is entertaining
relatives from New York City.
Special to Tho Citizen.;
LEDGEDALE, Pa., Juno 0. Airs.
Grover Sheerer spent several days
last week as the guest ot Tobyhanna
AI. A. Reldy, mercantile appraiser
for Pike county, was In Mllford June
1st attending the appeal.
Airs. Howard Carpenter, Scranton,
Is the guest ot her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. P. D. Como.
Mr. and Mrs. William Kimble, Dy
berry, are the guests df their daugh
ter. Airs. F. B. Simons.
Airs. Rachel Reld Is the guest of
Special to The Citizen.
MAPLEWOOD, Pa., June 0.-
Harvest Grange, No. 892, held an
entertainment Saturday evening In
their hall when tho following pro
gram was rendered: Address of wel
come and monologue, F. S. Keene;
opening song -by the Grange; recita
tion, "How Father Raised tho Mort-
gage," Verna Bartlow; dialogue,
"Teddy O'Flynn's Operation," F. A.
Black, John Bartlow, Lyle and O. F.
Keene; recitation, "Neighbors," Edna
Jones; solo, "in Dear Old Wayne,"
Effle Bell; dialogue, "A Sudden
Proposal," Clyde Bell, Edith Jones
and Sadie Dlngee; "The Country
Postofllce," Howard Gromllch and
Ivan Bell; recitation, "Finishing the
Baby," Alartha Keene; recitation,
"Uncle Jascus and the Deed," Eftle
Bell; dialogue, "A Lesson Worth
Learning," Airs. F. S. Keene, Edith
Jones, G. C. Bell and Lyle Jones;
closing song, "The Farmer Feeds
Them All," by the Grange. Miss
Jennie Gromllch was organist. Af
ter the entertainment lco cream and
cake were served In the dining room
Airs. Francis Sllkman, 'Scranton,
was a business caller in town on
Alaplewood defeated Holllstervllle
Memorial Day In a well played game
of base ball by a score ot 14 to G,
A return game will be played at Hoi
Leslie Kizer has purchased a Chase
Wo print posters,
THE FAITH OF A CHILD.
A little boy whose grandmother
had just died wrote the following
letter, which he duly posted: "Dear
Angels We have sent you grand
ma. Please give her a harp to play,
as she Is short-winded and can't blow
a trumpet." Vanity Fair.
Tot Infants and Children.
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f v s
H. E. FERN, of Wilkcs-Barre.
A Voting Contest to decide what 2 Ladies will
represent Wayne County In the Contest on Tuesday,
June 13, with Lackawanna and Luzerne Counties.
The funny Barrel or Hobble Skirt Race.
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