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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 February 1910

THK CITIMlJf. KKIDAY, VJRIU 18, 1010. CENT A WORD COLUMN! KioioieieieiomoiOMaoie WANTED Foundry Stock Clerk; Kcady work and good wages to right narty. Apply to National Elevator & Machine Co., Honesdale, Pa, 12t2 WK CAN SAV15 YOU big money It you wish a Flro and Uurglar Proof Safo. Write or call and he astonlsh d at the saving. WYMAN W. KIM I1LK. lino2 ATTENTION! Tho Kimble plan ing mill Is always ready to plane match and rip lumber of any kind. Also estimate on cabinet work. WY 1AN W. KIMBLE. lmo2 FOIt SALE A heating stove, In good condition, suitable for offlco or house. Inquire of Mrs. H. Wilson, 307 Fifteenth street. SDtf. AUCTION SALE I will sell on Saturday, Fob. lath, at 1 o'clock p. at tho I'cnniman residence on hurch street, tho following house hold furniture: .Marble top bedroom suit complete, parlor suit, bureaus, fcnlr cloth sotteo, 2 refrigerators, kitchen cabinet, wardrobe, bedstead, Mattress and pillows, crockery, wash stand, set of chairs and extra chairs, two-fo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 February 1910

otic CITIZEN, nu DAY, FKIl. 18. 1010. ROADM A KI N 038? TAMPING ROLLER. It Is a Most Efficient Machine for Compacting Stone Roads. Tho tamping rollor Is u most elll clont mnchlno for compacting earth or stone roads or foundation for nil kinds of pavements. Tho tamping roller Is designed to consolidate a foundation to a groatcr depth, tensity and Uniformity than Is possible with a smooth or even a grooved roller. Smooth, grooved, or corrugated rol lers compact only a very thin layer of the surface. Since tho pressure exerted by a rollor decreases as tho cube of tho depth, the pressure ox crted by any roller extends but an in significant distance down. Tho tamp ing roller overcomes this difficulty by solidifying the mass from the bottom up. To compact n sub grade. It Is first plowed, then pulverized with a spike harrow, after which the tamper la set In motion and immediately and continuously followed by a cultivator la order that tho tamper may sink to tlio hilt and that the top surfa...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 February 1910

THK CITIKKN, FIUDAY, FEB. 18, 1010. I How Sarah j j Was Converted j M -iin im n mi- iim -lit So Hetty Granger's dead," ob served Priscilla Plpp, solemnly, lay lng asldo her bonnet and sinking com fortably Into a rocker. "God rest her soul," she said, devoutly. "And her tongue," added S.r.h Potts, tartly. "Well I Bupose it will rest, now she's gone," admitted Priscilla. Then she added: "I 'low it's earned a rent, anyway." "It wa'n't exactly In need of exer cise," observed Sarah dryly. "It seems strange to think of Het ty gone that we won't se her coml.i' out of the back way any more with a plato to borrow butter on," Priscilla continued. "I remember her coiuin' over one afternoon when she had com pany to ten, unexpected like, with that old blue plate you remember that old blue chlny one her greut-grandmolher handed down no, you don't either, because you ain't ever been inside of their house as I know of but anyway I let her have a pieco off my last print of butter an' me not gettin' ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 February 1910

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, KKB. 18, 1010. j. .J..J, j.j.j,rj..j...j..jMj...jj.j.j..t ! It Is rumored that sovcral of our for tlio routing season. An agent wns in town the1 -first of tho week. Tlio funeral Of Henry Mains, a T j former" resident of Thfton, was hold In the Baptist church ' on Sunday afternoon. Burial In the Eddy cemetery. On Tuesday afternoon George Anslcy, of Paupack, met with a mis hap on the corner of .Bcllcmonto Avenue, opposite tho Btono Bilk mill. There Is a dangerous corner stone at that point which ho probably struck, upsetting the sleigh and throwing to the ground both horse and driver. Having his fast driving horse, Jessie, he wns no doubt travelling at a terrific speed. Asldo from a few broken straps there was no damage done. Karl Huff moved to Wllsonvlllc I G ORRESPONDENTS' COLUMNS THE MOST HEMAW.R MEDIt'M FOR SPREADING INFORMATION SOUTH STERLING. Mr. Chas. Houok Is on the sick list Mr. Vm. Hobacker and wife, George Frey and Anna Barnes Bpent Friday night In Mosc...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 February 1910

T1IK WKAT1IKH Wednesday part) cloudy and colder weather will pruvnll, with fresh northwesterly to MortheaMerly winds, and on Thursday clondr weather. jc ' T JC :C JC ,- jc 0 j,' jc C r? J' J Scml-Weekly Founded Ctfoett v. x A Wayne County Organ of the 1 ' REPUBLICAN PARTY j j jt j j jt jji ji.'j..jt 1008 v. J Weekly bounded. 1844 J vt jt j o ji h ,5t 07th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1910. NO. 15 She CUBS BLOWN IIP.; i Dynamite Used by Strikers in Philadelphia. MILITIA HELD IN READINESS. Mayor Reyburn Orders All Saloons Closed In Consequence of the Spread of Rioting Strike Leader Arrested. Philadelphia, Fell. 22. Muting and nets of violence ut many points mark the trolley strike here, and in spite of the fact that more than :t,000 special policemen have been sworn in the force is unable to restore order. Brigadier General Wendell P. Bow man has directed his officers to mobi lize the national guard regiments of the First brigade, and the arrival of three r...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 February 1910

T1JK CITIZEN, WKDNKSDAV, MM. 23, 1010. DOUBLE CROPS LIKELY SOON Wiaconiln Seed-Breedlnn Profestor Tells How Selection Doe It with Unfailing Success. Chicago. -A doublliiR of the pres ent production of "farm staples Is In sight, nccordlng to Prof. H. C. Durium of Worland, Wis., who Is a pioneer In the sclenci- of seeding breeding. "We already hare practically doub led the yield of corn by selection and plant-breeding." said Prof. Uuffum yesterday, "but wo need not stop with corn, as wo can deal with all other crops In a similar way. The reason that this has not been done earlier la that plant-breeding has been utilized heretofore mainly for the production of curiosities. Men who brought out anything new were 'wizards.' Few saw any pramlcal value In what was being done. Much waf accomplished , In an aesthetic way with reference to Improvements of flowers, but tho great farm crops were neglected. "4s Mark Twain said in "Pudd-n-hcad AVilson': 'Training is everything. The peach was once ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 February 1910

THE CIT1ZKN, WEDNESDAY, FEU. SKI, 1010. YOUNG GIRL IS AN AUTO-HYPNOTIST Simpl .-. . n . r i t anucn ui 1 mice iiu i ward Island Thought Her Possessed By Devil ! ODD SUPERNATURAL PHENOMENA ; Nocturnal Fits Follow Strenuous Objection to a Slster-ln-Law- Whole Region Hypnotized, Doctor Thinks Island Wrouoht Up. Charlottotown, P. K. I. The French farmers of New Zealand, a small Bettloment at the extreme east ern end of Prince Edward Island, have been thrown into a statu of In tense norvous excitement by a scries of supernatural pnenomena surrounu- ( Ins a young woman named uninene. i has helped, too. for all their games The Ignorant farmers believe the girlth.-,t havo taken women out Into the is possessed of a devil, and the Rev. o;iei have been thus decreed by style. Father Walkor of Rollo Bay. tho par- or course, the girl of the humblor ish priest, has been Importuned to j classes has not the chance to do perform tho ceremony of exorcism i ve'.op that the girl in college bas, but once...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 February 1910

NIK CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, KK1J. 23, 1010. THE CITIZEN fOBLIBUED RTRBT WEDNESDAY AKD TfilDAT MT TUB CITIZEN rtlnUPlllNOaiMI'ANT. entered ns i-ccond-clnns matter, nt the post olUcc. llonogtlulc. Pa. SUBSCRIPTION 1.60 K. II, IIAIWKNIIKUUII. - - l'UKSIDKNT W. W. WOOD. - HANAGKK AND SKC'Y DinixTona: 0. ft. DORrUROKII. M. H. AM.EN. HBNUV W1I.SOH. E. n. lUKDENSKBail. W. W. WOOD. WEDNESDAY, KEH. 2!J, 1010. What If Missouri bus no poets? Tlioro's more money In raisins mules anyway. We call attention, as worthy of reading and consideration, to the ar ticle wo print In this issue under the head of "Phenomenal Kallroad He suits." These results go to show that the Erie railroad is fast forg ing to the very front In progressive railroading. They have gathered together a force of railroad men whobo equal for efficiency can not bo found on any othur railroad or ganisation on this continent. Every detail of operation along safe, prompt and profitable lines to the traveling and shipping public, have be...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 February 1910

THK CITIZEN, WKDXKHDAY, KKIJ. St, 1010. 7r I m i A WORD COLUMN WE CAN SAVE YOU Mg money X If you wish a Fire and Burglar Proof Safe. Write or call and bo astonish ed nt tho saving. WYMAN W. KIM BLE. Hno2 ATTENTION! Tho Kimble plan ing mill Is always ready to piano match and rip lumber of any kind. Also estimate on cabinet work. WY MAN W. KIMBLE. lmo2 VOK SALE A heating store; In good condition, suitable for office or house. Inquire of Mrs. H. Wilson, 307 Fifteenth street. S'Jtf. LOCAL MENTION. Who are tho three B's in llonesdnle who bore for money, and not for honey? There are two postofflces In the United States named Seelyvllle our own thriving suburb, and one In Vigo county. Indiana. Dr. P. B. Peterson, of Hones dale, and Dr. Geo. T. Rodman, of Hawley, have each recently become owners of Ford autos. Mrs. S. M. Swingle, formerly of South Canaan, Wayne county, is critically 111 at her home, 007 Twenty-fourth street, Scranton, with poor hopes for recovery. -The Dunmoro High school b...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 February 1910

i. - fflll C1T1KKN, AVKDNKKIfAY, FK11. 3.1, 1010. Statement of Finances OF WAtNE COUNTY 1009. Fred Saunders, Treasurer, in Account with Wayno County for year ending Jan. 3, 1910. iit. Balance In Ihe hands of the Treasurer, Jnn. . 1909. ns follows : To county fund B.Sfti so Road 701 66 832 40 478 42 570 OS School Poor Doir Redemption money... IIS U9 5,402 45 I To mm. rood, on collectors' certificates: County rund 210 fti ltoad 15.1 7fi School " 28S 87 l'oor " HO 51 711 6S To unit. reed, on unseated: County Hind IN 22 Road " 48 49 School ' 87 20 l'oor " 5 65 167 56 Tonmt. duo on dup lti'J-tM " ' diiilieat! IPOs added duplicate I1W.S.... 5 per rent mldert dup IPOS overpaid duplicate 1903. . renmded lliS duplicate 1W lidded duplicate 1909 Toamt, rccd. from poor districts. . . . ' Auditor Uen'l, liouiitlcs " " Co. portion license . ' gunners " " " V. L. Ferguson, loan.. " " (1. 1". Ross, loan " " G. It. l!ate.s,crrurncct'07 " " A. Smith, old stringers " Geo. 1'. Itoss.nld lumber nud clec...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 February 1910

tot crnexH, Wednesday, kkh. 2.1, 1010. DAIRY AND CREAMERY USE OF ALCOHOL WITH TEST. Method of Reading Fat Creom Has Been In Use at Wisconsin School. The suggestion has retcnt'y ben made by Dr. Dabcock that thu soivort action of alcohol on fat cnn bo over come by first adding to alcohol all the fat It will dissolve and then pouring n Bmall quantity of this fat-saturated alcohol on tho top of the fat column In tho test bottle. This method of reading the fat cream testing has been In uso for some time at the Wisconsin Dairy school with very satisfactory re sults. The top and the bottom of tho fat column appear as nearly straight Hne3, giving two exact points between which fat can be measured. The diagrams illustrate the differ once in appearance of the top of the fat column before and after using tho Cream Tett Reading, fat-saturated alcohol. Bottle No. 1 chows the top meniscus of the fat which occupies a space between A rind B of nearly one per cent on the scale. The test of this crea...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 February 1910

T11K CITjZICN, WKDNKHDAY, I'Klt. 2Jt, 1010. -h '14 v-H'M'H-I"M4,4IM , CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMNS T11K MOST KHLIA1U.K MEDIUM KOK SPREADING INFORMATION t HAWLEY & WILSON VILLE Mrs. Swingle, of Ariel, has been spending some time with Mrs. Frank Stevenson. Mrs. My, of Church street. Is so journing with relatives nt Wllkes Darro nnd Laceyvllle. The graded school pupils hold a cnrnlvnl in' their spacious gymna sium hall Saturday ovenlng. Kred Ilausinan is, one of n class of seven who are preparing to be confirmed on Enstcr Sunday. Otto Smith, h knitter in Wood -Bower's knitting mill, is enjoying a vacation with his friends, the Ir mish family, at Wilsonvlllc. Paul Matter passed Sunday with his former school-mate. Krnest Ooppel. of Done Kidge. Mr. and Mrs. Drighnm and little daughter, of Port .lervis, were visi tors at the homo of Albert Whclc Inst week. Mrs. I. S. O'Connor died at hor home at Hast Hawley on Friday morning. Funeral services were held In St. Phllomena Roman Cath olic chinc...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 February 1910

r if jr if r tr ifs? :? r jc jc jo 40 5 Scml-Weekly Founded 2 JO K N" Jf JO JO JC IT f Jf J JO Wayne County Organ of the 1908 J Weekly Founded. 1844 . J Jj j yt jt J 1st ws5 j j y ye j: jt j j 67th YEAE. HONBSDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1910. NO. 16 MORETROQP FOR STRIKES? State Constabulary Reach Philadelphia. SOLDIERS ON GARS Stern Mounted Men Have Orders to Shoot to Kill, i HARD WORK TO STOP RIOTING Philadelphia, Feb. 24. Two hundred clcnti cut, .square jawed, fighting men of tlio Pennsylvania constabulary ar rived here today under Captain Jack Groome to stamp out civil war in this city. These lean, hard men on lean, hard horses have spurred into angry mobs when they were outnumbered 100 to 1, when dynamite was smashing freight tars and bullets were whistling all around them. Mayor Iteyburn and Henry Clay, dl I rector of public safety, called foi Groome and his cavalrymen because their own police force was limp nnd worthless In the face of the murder ing, burning an...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 February 1910

van onmnar, fimday, run. as, ioid. TRAILED F ish m SEMAPHORES GUIDE HORSE 10 E WYORK Husband Finds in Gills Diamond Pet Trout Snapped from Wife's Ring in West WGULD EAT OUT OF THE HAND Kept Finny Favorite In Bath Tub Un til the Neighbors Kicked How tho Trout Stole Precious Stone Re covered by a Miracle. Now York, N. Y. "1 came East on tho trail of a flsh," remarked Joan Devereaux, a business man of Omaha, ut the Grand Central Station. "It was like this. Last summer I went fishing In Cut-Off Lake, north of Omaha, at one time a part of the Mis souri Itlver. I hauled up a big trout. How that trout got In Cut-Off Lake is a mystery, because trout are scarce in that whole section of tho country. I knew the only way to make my friends believe me when 1 told them I caught tho trout In the lake was to take It home alive. "1 tied a string to the trout'B tall and fastened It to a seat In the boat. Then with my hat I dipped up enough water to l alf fill the boat, and, tak ing off my clothes, Ju...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 February 1910

TIIH C1TIKHN, FRIDAY, KKR. 23, 1010. T HQUSANQS OF HUSBANDS DUPED i forded by the devastation of the for Three Thousand Babies Palmed j ea,. bh-b tho Colorado Springs Ga- Off on Unsuspecting Fathers in Chicago CHILDREN OF WORKING GIRLS Most of Them Enter Homes In Sta tions Above Those In Which Their Mothers Live Lyman W. Rogers Says 250 a Year Are Distributed. l-i"l-H''I"l-l--H"H"l"M"M"l"M"H-4,4 4 It Is a wise father that knows J X his own child. The Merchant 4 of Venice. j -H"H-H-I"H"I''l"W"H-f-H"H"H- Chicago. Following the sensation al story from Los Angeles that 300 babies had been provided with homes In that city without tho supposed "fathers" knowing but whnt they were their own flesh and blood came tho statement of Treasurer Lyman W. Ropers of the National Maternity Hos pital that there are In Chicago to-dny fully 3,000 husbands fondling Infants that are not their own, but babies i adopted by their wives and the de luded fathers are none the wiser. According to Mr. Rogers 250 ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 February 1910

THE CITIZEN. FRIDAY, VKll. 2T, 1010. THE CITIZEN PDBUBHKD KVKUY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY IIY THE Cmr.K.1 rUBUBIIINOCOUl-ANY. entered us second-class matter, nt the post i ullcc. lloucsdalu. l'a. SUBSCRIPTION $1.G0 K. I!. IlAUDKMlKltdll. - PHKSIDKNT W. W. WOOD. - MANAGKK AND SKC'Y niiuvroHs: 0. II. DOKrl.l.MIKIl. M. n. ALI.KK. HKNKY WII.HON. l;. II. IIAIinKKMiltHH. W. W. vtOOD. Kill DAY. fed. tir, 1010. The cilltor of n newspaper may blow n town sky high; It may soar In the rhapsodical flight to the stars, but If It Is without advertisers, peo ple say It Is no good, and they are about right. Dr Cook is now living at a little ' hamlet in Chili, South America, i Ioso to tho foot of Mount Aconcagua, ! which Is the loftiest peak in tho ' Southern Andes. It Is almost 24,-' 900 feet high. The Doctor may add to his numerous conquests, tho story of how he reached the top of this ' unreachable summit. Tho only salesman who will work for his employer day and night, when over there is an eye to cat...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 February 1910

HIE CITIBKN, PIMVAY, KKH.. 25, 1010. f r I CENT A WORD COLUMN KOK KKNT First floor ot house No. 1227, Dyberry Place, to Binall fninlly. Inqulro of Mrs. H. Wilson, :I07 Fifteenth street. VH CAN SAVK YOU big money if you wish a Fire and liurglar Proof j Safe. Write or call and bo astonish-' ed at the saving. WYMAN W. KIM BLE. 1iuo2 ATTUNTIOX! The Kirnblo plan ing mill is always ready to plane match and rip lumber of any Kind. Also estimate on cabinet work. WY MAN W KIMBLE. luio2 LOCAL MENTION. A monument in honor of Phil. Sheridan will be erected in the Court House Square, at Scranton. Services at Grace Episcopal church. Sunday, Feb. 27th, 10:30 a. m and 7.30 p. in. The special preacher at Grace , Episcopal church on Friday, Feb. 2ithf will bo the Hev. 1). W. Coxe, D D Archdeacon of Scranton. Special service at the Indian Orchard school house on Sunday, Feb. 27, at 2:30 p. m. A large at tendance is desired. Rev. A. L. Whlttnlfr will nrnnrli n uprnmti frnm the text, "While We Have Time...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 February 1910

Vim CITIZEN, FRIDAY, FKH. 25, 1010. A WELL MADE ICE HOUSE. It Should Be Above Neighboring Area to Qlve Outfall for Drain. The Ico house floor should be nbove the level of the ground, or at least, should be above some neighbor ing area to give an outfall for a drain put In audi a way as to keep the floor clear of standing water. The walls should be hollow. A four-Inch lining wall, tied to the outer wall with hoop Iron, and with a three Inch air space, would answer;, but It would be better, If the air space la thoroughly drained, to 111! It with Ice House and Foundation, mineral wool, or some similar sub stance, to prevent the movement of the air entangled in the fibres, and thus check the transference by con nection of heat from the outside of the lining wall. A roof of thick plank will keep out the heat far better than one of thin boards with an air space under It. Shingles will be much better for roofing than slate. It is nceessary to ventilate the up per portion of the building. I...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 February 1910

i to i icj iisbi MSM Notes amid Coinnimeimft Of Interest to Women Readers GROWTH OF WOMAN SUFFRAGE. Mr. George Allan England Asserts j that the Movement Is Always Galnlnn RrnunH. ' D . . In a very striking article entitled "Tho Leaven of Woman Suffrage Around tho World," published In Lin plncott's, Mr. Georgo Allan England says: "The average American seems to have hardly more idea about the mag nitude of this wave elsewhere than ho has about the mountains on the moon, perhaps not so much. For any good telescope will show those moun tains plainly, whereas the capitalist press as a rulo very carefully sup presses or distorts and ridicules tho news In re woman suffrage abroad. Tho limit of knowledge of the average man barely exceeds this: that here at home we have four States where uni versal suffrage prevails, that there are vigorous demonstrations now taking place In England, and that "women vote In New England.' Beyond this, his Information la not likely to go, al though his facile ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 February 1910

M t'MJt.1j..j..jj..j..j.t.2.4j..j..j,j.j.J. manner In which thoy wore enter Ij dg a'alo on Saturmy and returned showed any signs of having hydro- again moved to her former homo up t. tnlncd by their host nnd hostess. on dundny to visit her parents, Mr. phobia, Is not known, but a lor.nl m Mnplo Olen that has been la Miss Evn Bllsby, of Whlto Mills, nnd Mra. C Schrnder butcher took tho hide from the dead cbargo of veteran Daniel Simpson CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMN THE MOST REMAllIK MEDIUM FOR SPREADING INFORMATION visited her grandparents, Ira K. Bishop nnd wife recently. Tho Bethel L. A. S. mot with Mrs. Hunting of I.conurdsvlllo on Wed nesday last. Oscar Alpha gnvo a dnnco at his ' carcass. Tho second cow was ox- Luthor Postcn, a mall carrier of homo nt Arlington on Saturday eve. j nmlncd by several persons when sho ! Scranton, visited his parents, Mr Mrs. J, M. Cnrefooto Is slowly re- was nick nnd acted strange, and her nnd Mrs. William Posten, of Dre- rom a severe attack of the . symp...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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