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THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 191a.
Former Councilman to Start
TELLS STORY OF DOWNFALL
Gives Nmo of Convict Who Black
mailed Him A Youngtter He Act
ed as Stall For Gang of Pick
pockets In New York.
Philadelphia, Aug. 27. William J.
Burke, Philadelphia's reform council
man, who disappeared on Aug. 10, after
writing n confession that he Is an er
convict and second story worker and
resigning from councils, returned to
the city nnd became reconciled to his
wife and stepdaughter, who hare been
loyal to hlni through hia trouble.
After greeting his family at 2020 EaBt
Tioga street, Burke Immediately went
to the home of John L. Fehr, the local
business man who offered to set him
up In the cigar business provided he
would come back and fuce the music.
Today Burke will take charge of a
cigar store and barber Bhop at 1315
Following his talk with Mr. Fehr,
who Insisted that the councilman,
whose resignation has not been accept
ed, tell the entire story of his downfall
and the exposure of his old record,
Burke repeated it substantially ns It
has been printed many times, but ho
gave one essential detail. He gavo the
name of the former convict who black
mailed him and drove him from his re
spected position as a reform council
man to a back room In a lodging house
on West Thirty-sixth street, New
York, where he has been hliHng since
"When I first made my confession,"
Burke said, "certain people declared 1
wa9 lying that I was seeking notori
ety. One newspaper suppressed the
name of the convict who blackmailed
me. The other newspapers did not
have it The ex-convlct who black
mailed me was Jimmy Foley, a man
who has known me for twenty-flve
years. We worked alongside of each
other In the harness shop at Charles
town prison. When 1 was a youngster
in New York ho was a 'stall' for a
gang of pickpockets. Later he went
west and came east, landing In Chnrles
town. lie got every cent I had, and
after I made my confession he left
Philadelphia. Now he Is In New York
probably trj Ing to blackmail some poor
fellow who has tried to forget a prison
past lie Is sixty-seven years old and
has been a crook all his life. Foley
never will blackmail me again, and
from now out I fight the battle of
life, no matter what people may say."
RELEASE MRS. CARTLEDGE.
Suspend Sentence of Woman Charged
With Throwing Vitriol at Girl.
York, Pa., Aug. 2". The court hero
released Mrs. Mildred Cartledge of
Lowell, Mass., without hesitancy nnd
suspended sentence after hearing evi
dence in the case which charged the
woman with throwing vitriol In the
face of Cora Krout, a pretty young girl,
whom tho woman charged with being
too intimate with her husband.
Tho affair occurred on July 15, 1007.
After the woman threw tho vitriol she
eluded the olllcers by escaping to Lo
well, where she has since lived, until
located u few weeks ngo and brought
back for trial.
The action of tho court poems to have
been commended by tho general public.
PREDICTS SERIES OF QUAKES,
Philadelphia Prognosticates Foretells
Disturbances In Colorado.
Philadelphia, Aug. 27. Dr. Mlltou A,
Nobles, proguostlcator of earthquakes
and volcanic disturbances, is of the
oplntolu that within tho next six to
fifteen days wo shall have marked
manifestations just east of the rookies
in the vicinity of tho mountains of
Colorado and also in or nbout Haiti or
Dr. Nobles says thero will probably
bo n manifestation around the Azores
at the same time.
The physician has carefully wntched
tho wind chnrts and from his studies
says the weather conditions have
shown activity first at ono of these
STRIKE MAKES 4,000 IDLE.
G. B. Marklo & Co.'s Hoisting Engine-
men Quit Work.
Hazleton, Pa., Aug. 27. All the col
lierles of G. B. Marklo & Co. nre tied
up by a strike of the hoisting engine
men over wages. Four thousand hands
In compliance with n now state law
the cngluemen were put on an eight
hour a day basis last spring. They say
tholr wuges havo been reduced through
this change and efforts to reach an un
derstanding with tho company failed.
Tho strike followed a big reception to
J, P. White, national president of tho
At Beading Beading, 0; Atlantic
City, ,4, , .. .
At Allohtown Alleutown, 10; Ches
At York-York, 5; Wilmington, 1.
At narrisburg Harrisburg, 11; ajtpn
ten, 3. 1 '
DEATH OP 8CKANTON POLICE
MAN. (Special to Tho Cltlzon.)
8CHANTON, Aug. 27. Patrolman
Charles Berry, ono of tho best known
officers on tho Scranton police force,
died this morning at his homo In
North Scranton. Last February Of
flcer Borry was attacked and beaten
by a gang or thugs, ana no novor
recovered from It. The men woro
never capturod, their identity not
being known. Ho served In tho U.
Married, by Rev. Will II. Hlller,
at tho Honesdalo Methodist parson
age, Saturday, Aug. 2i, 1912, Earl
Savltz of Hamllnand Ella Gillott of
Married, by Bov. Will 11. Hlller, at
the Methodist parsonage, Monday,
Aug. 2C, 1912, John D. Shuman of
Galileo and Florence E. Conklln, of
CIVIC AND GRANGE
Bands, Grange Floats nnd Beautiful
Turnouts Hcpresentlng Honcsdnlo's
Industrial nnd Mercnutllo Inter
ests linbor Unions nnd Lodges
Largely Keprcsentcd Parade
Passed tho Citizen Oillcc ns Wo go
Theodore Hebert, Marshal.
Flag and Police, Levi DeGroat, J.
Burgess McCarty, Martin Caufleld,
President Town Council.
Float, two oldest lumbermen in
Wayne county, W. L. Ferguson and
Carbondale band, six pieces.
Indian Orchard Grange, and four
Pleasant Valley Grange.
Beech Grove Grange.
American Flint Glass Workers'
Union, frame and mill representing
Honesdale band, 16 pieces.
A. F. G. W., SO men, wearing
white caps, each man having a but
tonhole bouquet, a yellow flower.
Shoemakers' float, 40 young girls
dressed in white.
Shoemakers and federation unions.
Maple City Fife and Drum Corps.
Fraternal Order of Eagles, 3J
en. Three divisions, two repre
sented letter E, third or center de
sign, degree team, attired in white
encircled In flag bunting with eagle
Maccabeo degree team. Officers
attired In velvet costumes, float.
Boy Scouts and Scout Master, 22.
Jenkins' Boy Band, 20 ple.ee
Philip Krantz's children turnout.
White go cart, black horse.
Miss Virginia Brown and Jessie
White. Qarriage trimmed with
Miss Mao Robinson driving car
riage trimmed with red flowers.
Footman in rear.
W. C. T. U. carriage.
Katz Bros.' display of carpets and
dress material. Float trimmed In
green, drawn by four horses.
Murray Company Horseless wag
on driven by gasoline engine.
F. A. Jenkins' Columbia phono
graph. Gurney Electric Elevator company,
truck containing elevator and motor
Thomas Bracey, laundry.
F. A. Jenkins, float, Alr-O-Plane,
8 young ladles.
Rlckert, clothier, horse pack and
Central Brewing company, wagon.
Decker's Ico wagon.
(Speclat to The Citizen.)
Whites Valley, Aug. 27.
Mrs. L. A. Ilussell, daughter Dor-
etta and maid of Augusta, Ga., are
with tho former's parents, Mr. auu
Mm. n. E. Hncker.
Miss Margaret Wells, of Dundaff,
Is being entertained uy Mrs. iu. j.
Miss Clara Day Is visiting her
mint. Mrs. J. It. Bryant.
mIrr Ethel Odell Is visiting her
aunt, Mrs. John Bomlch, at Promp
ton. Mrs. Evelyn Bonham and sons
spent tho first of tho week with her
sister, Mrs. Win. Kennedy, at Niag
ara. .Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Crossman.
daughter Ina and son Fay, spent
Sunday with Aldonvillo friends.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Miller enter
tained tho young people Saturday
ovenlng In honor of Miss Margaret
Tho many frlondB of Mrs. S. Pom
ory aro glad to know she Is recover
ing from hor recent illness.
Georgo Fltzo and Miss Edith
Spencer motored to Poyntollo Satur
day and nttonded tho Spencer ro
nnlon. Miss Anna Fltzo Is spondlng tho
week with friends at Asbury Park.
Miss Clara Morris has kindly con
sented to sing In tho M. E. church
d We wIsTi to secure a good
correspondent in every town
in Wane county. Don't be
afraid to write this office for
paper and siirnpefl envelops
POSTOFFICE TO UK
Postmaster M. B. Allon has receiv
ed notlco from C. P. Orandflold, first
assistant Postmaster General, that
thoro will bo no moro dellvory of
mall here on Sundays as heretofore
A section of tho law was given, part
of which follows:
"Sir: Tho postofflco appropria
tion act for tho fiscal year ending
Juno 30, 1913, provides: "That here
after postofllces of the first and sec
ond classes shall not bo open Sun
days for tho purposo of delivering
mall to tho general public, but this
provision shall not prevent tho
prompt dellvory of apodal delivery
"Under tho law you will closo the
general delivery, carriers' windows
and lock boxes and dlscontlnuo tho
deliveries by carriers on Sunday.
You will noto, howevor, that special
dellvory mail Is excepted and you
will therefore arrange to havo on
duty a sufficient forco to handlo this
mail matter promptly.
"Tho department desires to reduce
the Sunday work to the minimum so
that as many of the employes as
possible may enjoy a complete day
of rest on Sunday. You should
therefore require only a sufficient
number of clerks to report for duty
on that day In order that transit mall
and tho mall collected for dispatch
may bo handlod without delay. It
no mall Is dispatched on Sunday a
very early collection should be made
on Monday morning and tho mail for
local delivery distributed before tho
carriers leavo for their llrst trip.
"C. P. Grandfleld,
"First Assistant Postmaster General"
Death of James W. Kimble.
James W. Kimble died at his home
on 844 Scott street, Stroudsburg, at
one o'clock, Thursday-morning, Aug
15. About three years ago he suffer
ed a sunstroke from which he never
fully recovered, and this togethor
with his age, caused his death. De
ceased was 73 years, 7 months ana Zi
days of age, and was born and
brought up In Wayne county. In
1887 he located In Stroudsburg, and
since that time he has worked for
Shifter & Bros, as a carpenter, until
four years ago. when falling health
compelled him to relinquish the posi
He enlisted in the Second Pennsyl
vanla Artillery, 112th Pennsylvania
Volunteers on the 8th day of August
18G2 and took part in numerous Im
portant engagements, Including the
Battle of Gettysburg. He was non
orably discharged from the service on
June 4. 1SG5.
Deceased was well liked by all who
knew him, and had many friends
who mourn his loss. He was a mem
ber of the local M. E. church, a lead
er In the Sunday morning class ser
vices. Besides his wife, he Is sur
vived by the following daughters:
Mrs. O. Coleman, Scranton; Mrs.
Virgil Hunt. Mrs. E. M. Paxton;
Stroudsburg: Mrs. R. M. Beaver,
Baltimore, Md.; Mrs. Amelia Klecker
of Ohio. Also by tho following brotn'
ers and sisters: Harmon Kimble,
Mlnlslnk; Levi Kimble, Hawley;
Mrs. James Swan. Uswick: Mrs.
Delia Decker, Sparrowbush, and Mrs.
William Altemelor, or Arlington.
Tho funeral services were held at
his home on Sunday afternoon at 2
o'clock. Rev. H. B. Smith olllcfated.
The text was taken from the first
Corinthians and 13th chapter. Tho
hymns that were sung were selected
by tho deceased, "When My Life
Work is Ended," "Nearer My God to
Thee." Interment at the Strouds
Tho Olver reunion was hold In
Honesdalo on Friday of last week at
Elm place, at the home of Alfred
Olver. Nearly 300 persons were
present. The reunion was opened by
prayer offered by Rev. A. C. Olver,
president of tho association. An In
teresting address was delivered by
Almus Olver, of Syracuse, N. Y.
Mrs. Mattle Tamblyn, of Beachlake,
who visited tho original Olver home
in England, a year ago, gave a very
vivid description of tho homestead in
merry England. Tho following of
ficers were elected for tho ensuing
year: A. C. Olver, Honesdale, presi
dent; Joseph Olver, Beachlake, hon
orary vice-president; Amos Olver,
Hamlin, vice-president; J. B. Rob
inson, Honesdale, secretary; Grant
Olver, Beachlake, corresponding sec
retary; Wallace M. Olver, Scranton,
recording secretary; Alfred Olver,
It would bo well for tho people
to beware of pickpockets during tho
celebration. Keep your hands on
your money and avoid the big
Miss Maggie Brown of Plttston, Is
visiting In town this week.
Why complain about high
cost of till nils lust because
you don't know where to buy)
them right i sell the best
brands of window glass as
7x9 2c ea
SxlO 3VjC ea
9x12 4c ea
12x20 lie ea.
12x24 13c ea
14x28 20c ea
14x30 22c oa
14x32 24c oa
24x24 29c oa
24x20 29c ea
All other sizes equally as
low. Have In stock niiy sl.o
to IS Inches In width.
Let mo bring the glass anil
put It in your broken window
I MAKE A SPECIALTY OF RE
1023 Muln St. Bell 'Phono 151 W
Three doors abovo Farmers and
(Special to Tbe Citizen.)
Bothany, Aug. 27.
The friends and relatives of Henry
Ham enjoyed a very pleasant day at
tho 'Presbyterian church Sunday.
Thero was a largo congregation. By
request at tho morning service Mrs.
Jennings sang a solo, "No Boom
at tho Inn," in a very acceptable
manner. Rev. Prltchard preached
ono of his oloquent sermons taken
from tho text found In St. John
19:22. At tho closo of tho servlco
lunch was served by the ladles In tho
church dining room. Tho afternoon
session was taken up with speeches
by Mr. Ham and Elder Faatz and
Mrs. Jennings sang again. Mrs.
Annabollc of Atco who was to speak
on "Settlement Work In Now York,"
was unablo to be present. Tho
church was nicely romcmbarod In a
Mrs. John Grey, of Chfcago, spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Bal
lou. Mlljard Cody, of Scranton, Is
visiting his sister, Mrs. Fred Hauser.
Rev. J. E. Prltchard leaves for the
Blblo conference at Montrose, Mon
day. Mrs. Eckhart nnd daughter Louise
snent Sunday with Mrs. C. W. Sutton.
Mrs. Eckhart and daughter will leavo
for their homo in Brooklyn this
Both churches will ho closed next
Sunday as tho pastors will bo away
on their vacation.
Miss Upton of England, Is visiting
at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Stephens, Beach Grove.
Mr. Ferguson nnd daughter of
Seelyville, were tho guests of E. V
Gammell on Sunday.
A. O. Blake left for Nicholson on
Florence Smith, of Crystal Spring
Farm, spent Sunday with Ella Gam
Mrs. M. E. Bolkcom, of Hones-
dale, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs
J. B. Faati.
Extensive repairs In the way of a
cement cistern and cement cellar
floor and repairing the roof are be
lng made on the manse.
Marjorle Hauser is visiting
cousin, Mrs. Bennott Chappel,
Mount Vernon, N. Y.
(Special to Tho Citizen.)
Gouldsboro, Aug. 27.
Chaplain T. D. Swartz, C. W., It
C, No. 17, of Moscow, held a special
meeting at Gouldsboro on Tuesday
About seventy were present. Seven
teen now members were Initiated
There woro a number of visitors
present from Lieut. Ezra Griffin
Corns. No. 59. Scranton. Mrs. C
W. Garagan entertained all of the
Scranton visitors at tho St. Charles;
other Gouldsboro members entertain
ed tho members from Moscow. Sev
eral buildings were decorated in
honor of the visitors. IMrs. Susie F,
Loomis, of Scranton, assisted the
Persident, Mrs. Elizabeth Sayers, of
Moscow, with tho Initiation. Two
comrades, Capt. William Geary and
Thomas Bartelson visited tho Corps
and wero received with corps honors.
Both gavo very interesting talks.
After tho Initiation refreshments
were served. Misses Annie Dowling
and Gertrude Smith assisted the com
mitteo In serving. Tho corps will
visit tho Troopers now located at
Tobyhanna in a body on Tuesday,
Sept. 3, and greetings were received
from tho Dept. Secretary, Mrs. Laura
Willow, of Johnsonburg, and tho
Dept. Counselor, Mrs. Louisa Green
wood. Both regretted that they wero
unable to attend tho meeting In per
son. They congratulated tho corps
on tho very flourishing condition.
Mrs. Greenwood expects to visit tho
corps in October. A number of com
mittees that wero to havo been ap
pointed to look after tho work at
Gouldsboro, will be taken up at the
next meeting. Miss Llla Flower
has chargo of tho relief work here.
Mrs. Emma Ha'll Is an aide for this
Mrs. S. A. Adams entertained at
Hillcrest recently Mrs. Vincent Mit
chell, Mrs. Joseph Meytrott and Mas
ter John Hell wig of West Pittston;
Mrs. Floyd O'Neill and Miss Viola
O'Neill of New York.
Mrs. William Catterson and daugh
ter Margaret, of Orange, N. J., and
Miss Suo Catterson of Scranton, are
tho guests of their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. James Catterson.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rhodes of
Buffalo, N. Y.. who havo been visit
ing his father, S. II. Rhodes and
brother, A. L. Rhodos, wero tho
guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Ellen
berger on Thursday and Mr. and Mrs.
W. Ellonberger at Sunnycrest on
Friday. On Saturday they loft for a
visit with relatives at Belvidee, N. J
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. aimons and
daughter, Helen, of Elgin, 111., wero
recently tho guests of Mr. and Airs
S. D. Adams at West End.
John Callahan and son. of Scran
ton, havo. purchased a threo-acro
corner tract of land from Miss S.
Marshall and intend to build In the
A. H. Flower, Miss Llla Flower
and their guest, Miss Holen Rein
heart, of Scranton, havo been spend
ing a few days at Blooming Grovo.
Mrs. John Fahoy has been spend
ing a week with hor sister at Lo
higiKon. Mrs. Alice Towner, of Scranton,
was the guest of Mrs. II. A. Morgan
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SHERIFF'S SALE OF VALUABLE
REAL ESTATE. By virtue of
procoss Issued out of the Court ot
Common Pleas of Wayne county, and
State ot Ponnnylvanla, and to mo di
rected and dollverod, I havo loried on
and will exposo to public sale, at tho
Court House In Honosdalo, on
FRIDAY, SKIT. 27, 1012, 2 I. M.
All tho defendant's right, tltlo
and Interest In tho following de
scribed proporty viz:
All those two certain pieces or lots
of land situate In tho township of
Scott, county of Wayno and Stato of
Pennsylvania and separately bounded
nnd described aB follows, to wit:
Tho first piece or lot beginning at a
hemlock stump formerly corner of
Joshua Myrlck land; thence south
soventy-soven degrees and thirty
minutes east along northerly lino of
land formerly of Myrlck Buck and
land of Hiram Buck, two chains and
slxty-alx links to a dry birch tree
and a .pile of stones for a corner;
thence north flfty-threo degrees west
ono chain and forty links to a corner;
thence north eighty-one degrees west
forty-ono links to a corner; thence
north forty-ono degrees west one
chnln and eighty links to the placo of
beginning; containing one-fourth of
an aero of land.
The second piece or lot beginning
at a stako and stones corner by tho
side of tho Hales Eddy road, being
a corner of land owned In 18C4 by
David Spoor: thence north thirty-five
degrees west forty-six perches to a
small sugar maple; thence north
eighty-seven and one-half degrees
west ono hundred and forty-nine per
ches to a hemlock tree in the west
lino ot the James Brown tract;
thence along said lino two and one
half degrees west sixty-eight perches
to a beech tree; thence east ninety
perches to a hemlock tree; thence
north seventy-seven degrees east to a
stake and stones on the east line of
said James Brown tract; thence
north two and one-half degrees east
along said lino to tho placo of be
ginning; containing seventy-five
acres and twenty-flvo perches be the
same moro or less.
Excepting and reserving from the
second described lot however about
three and 45-100 acres lying on the
east side of the Hales Eddy Road
aforesaid, heretofore sold and con
veyed to tho said Joshua Myrlck.
All of which land being the same
land conveyed by Edward E. Buck
et al. to Jennie S. Buck by deed
dated March 10, 1903, and recorded
in Wayne County Deed Book No. 99,
Part of said land being improved.
Seized and taken In execution as
tho property of Jennie S. Buck at the
suit of I. L. Buck. No. 29 January
Term 1909. Judgment, ?3S7. Mum
All the defendant's right, title
and interest In the following de
scribed property viz:
By virtue of the annexed writ of
execution I havo this day levied upon
and taken In execution all that cer
tain pieco or parcel of land situate,
lying and being in tho township of
Oregon, county of Wayne and Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania, bounded
and described as follows, to wit:
Beginning at a corner In the line
of lands formerly belonging to Pres
ton and Collins, and running thence
by tho said lino north twenty-five and
one-fourth degrees east ninety-four
and three-fourths rods to the line of
allnd now or formerly of Wilcox;
thence by tho same north seventy
eight degrees east fifty perches to the
line of lands now or late of J.
Shields; thenco by the same south
twelve degrees east fifty-five perches
to tho line of lands now or lato of
Daniel WIckham; thenco by tho same
south fifty degrees west ninety-eight
perches; thenco north sixty-live de
grees west twenty-flvo and one-half
perches to the place of beginning,
containing thirty-threo acres and ono
hundred and fifty perches, bo the
same more or less. Upon the same
Is a frame house, barn and chicken
house and other buildings. Applo
and other fruit trees and nearly all
Seized and taken In execution as
tho property of Henry Jardin at the
suit of F. W. Kreltner, use. No. 1C1
Juno Term, 1912. Judgment ?500.
All the defendant's right, title and
Interest in the following described
All that certain piece or parcel of
land situate in tho township of Man
chester, county of Wayne and State
of Pennsylvania, bounded and de
scribed as follows, viz: Beginning at
tho southeast corner of a lot of land
sold to Jesso Hathaway; thence south
seventy-threo aud one-half degrees
west ono hundred and forty and
sixth-tenths rods to stones corner;
thenco south sixteen and one-half
degrees east ono hundred aud nine
teen rods to a stones corner; thence
north sovonty-threo and one-half de
grees east ono hundred and forty
and six-tenths rods to a stones corn
er; thenco south sixteen and one-
ONE NIGHT ONLY .
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PRICES: 25, 35, 50 and 75c.
Seat Sale--9 A. M. Tuesday, Aug. 27th.
half degrees east one hundred and
nineteen rods to stones corner;
thenco north seventy-threo and one
halt degrees east ono hundred and
forty and six-tenths rods to stones
corner; thonco north sixteen and
one-half degrees west ono hundred
nnd nineteen rods to the placo of be
ginning. Containing ono hundred
and sixty-seven acres and 29 and
7-32 perches ot land, bo tho samo
more or less.
Excepting and reserving out of tho
abovo llvo and one-half acres which
N. B. Hathaway et ux. by deed datod
January 11, 1860, and recorded la
'Wayno County Deed Book No. 2.9,
pago bit, granted nnd conveyed to
Cornelius Van Duzon, being tho
same land which Lillian B. Coon and
Clarence 'D. Coon by deed dated tho
11th day ot March, 1895, and re
corded In Wayne County Deed Book
No. 77, pago 231, etc., granted and
conveyed to Mario P. Kesler. Also
being the same land which Charles
Cummlngs and wife granted and con
veyed on tho 20th day of February,
1905, to Austin E. Lord, said deed
being recorded In Wayno county In
iDeed Book No. 93, page 300, also
being the same land which Austin E.
Lord et ux. granted and conveyed to
Albert A. Bartholf by deed dated
the 20th day of February, A. D.,
1911, and recorded In Wayne county
Deed Book No. 102, pago 29, on 21st
dny of February, 1911.
Upon said premises Is a two story
frame house, one barn, 32x44, and
ono barn, 23x34, and other out
buildings, ono good orchard and
Seized and taken In execution a3
tho property of Albert A. Bartholf
at the suit of Austin E. Lord. No.
78, January Term, 1911. Judgment,
$4,000. P. II. Iloff, Attorney.
TAKE NOTICE All bids and costs
must be paid on day of sale or deeds
will not bo acknowledged.
FRANK C. KIMBLE. Sheriff.
Honesdalo, Aug. 23, 1912.
(Special to The Citizen )
West Preston, Aug. 27.
Harry Neal, of BInghamton, N. Y.,
is spending a couple of weeks In this
William Ogden, of this place, at
tended tho M. E. and Baptist union
Sunday school picnic which was held
at Wrlghter's Lake Saturday, Aug.
Mr. and Mrs. John Stevens attend
ed the Ico cream social which was
held at Preston Centre recently.
Wm. Ogden, Willis Ogden and
wlfo attended the Dow and Tucker
reunion which was held at Ed Tuck
er's, Thompson, Aug. 20.
One of the Arnold boys recently
had the misfortune to sprain his
ankle whilo at school here.
Mr. Stanton is working in Carbon
dale. His wlfo Is spending a few
days on the farm here.
Charles Hubbard spent a few days
In Carbondale recently.
T. M. Davis and family of Carbon
dale, were' recent visitors in this
Farmers aro busy harvesting oats.
The 20th annual reunion of tho
Glover family will bo held at tho
home of Stephen Glover, Starrucca,
Wayne county, Sept. 3, 1912. All
relatives are Invited to attend.
Ina Ogden, Cor. Sec'y
-Read The Citizen.
State of Ohio, City or Toledo,
Lucas County, SS.:
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he Is senior partner of the firm of
F. L. Cheney & Co., doing business
in the City of Toledo, County and
Stato aforesaid, and that said firir
wlll pay tho sum of ONE HUNDRED
DOLLARS for each and every case o
Catarrh that cannot bo cured by tho
use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to boforo me and subscrib
ed In my presence, this 6th day ot
December, A. D. 1SS6.
(Seal) A. W. GLEASON.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, and act3 directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces ot tho
system. Send for testimonials free.
Sold by ail Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
stipation. NOTICE 01? ADMINISTRATION,
Ijiteof fiilllcoon N. Y
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u,y attested. 'tTmITOHKLL,
Searle A Salmon. in 1'ark l'lare.
Attorneys llrooklyn. N .
H. DITTRICH, LESSEE and MANAGER
Wednes'y Aug. 28