“Lancaster, Third month 19.
VISITS IN PHILADELPHIA Y. M.—V.
Third month 2. Having acceeded to the request of Friends in Salem, New Jersey, to explain the methods and work of the Anti-Saloon League, I felt that I could also visit the families of Friends in that city without too much exposure. We therefore went to Salem to-day, and were met at the station by Sarah F. Pettit and taken to their hospitable home. In the evening quite a company of Friends gathered in this home, and it proved to be an occasion of much social enjoyment. Quite a large meeting gathered, and as the Gospel message was delivered it seemed to find a lodgment in many hearts. On our way homeward to Woodnutt and Sarah F. Pettit’s we called first on her brother William Ware and his wife, and then upon her sisters in the same house, Mary Mulford and Anna Ware. …”
Friends' Intelligencer and Journal, Vol. 58, 1901, page 184