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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 March 1910

THU CITIZEX, WHDXKHDAV, MARCH t, 1010. I CENT A WORD COLUMN I I HAVH ItUVKItK for small farms. Mnybo yours will suit'. If you want to sell drop a postal. M. F. Dorln, Honesdnlo, I'a. 21. FOK KALE AT A 11AHGA1X Large lot with house and barn, good , fruit, never-failing water, located nt Prompton, Pa. Honcsdnlc. Pa. Prompton, Pa. Warren P. Schenck, It. ! beds, 1 FOR SALE CHEAP Two a 10-foot oak dining room tnuio nnd 6 chairs to match, and a Kstey piano. Inquire at 1207 East street. Got A IlKi. UICi BARGAIN' Two or-, cans, line condition. High tops Mirrors, $22.00 each. Mclntyre. 2v - eol. DON'T ill'Y a Wayno county farm, Honcsdalo residence or building lot until you see me. 1 can save you money Over a hundred properties on my bargain list to select from. 11 r. Dorln. olfico 1302 Spring St., Honesdale. Consolidated 'phone 7U-.I lStl LOCAL MENTION. Easter hats will soon be seen 1 ro"nty. Win. Crabtreo's Woolen tors of nny team that can bo got to upon the streets of the Maple City. ! All...

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 March 1910

T11K CITIZEN, WKDXICSDAV, MAKOH 0, 1010. Statement of Finances OF WAYNE COUNTY 1909. Fred Saundors, Treasurer, in Account with Wayne County for year ending Jan. 3, 1910. Balance In llio hands of the Treasurer, .Inn. 4. 1900, a follows : To county fuinl 2i2,V ! Road " ' School " J Poor ' J1ir 6,0 OS ItpTlpmnllon money 41S u9 5.40J 45 To unit, reed, on collectors' certltlcntes: 210 61 t Oliniy luim Road " Hchool " Poor ." : , To unit reed, on unseated: County Innd Itmd " School " l'oor " Trtnmf ilnn on mm 19r.-0-( m To 233 87 no si s' 22 40 V.) 67 20 6 to "4! 63 - 107 50 :ios m ; 13,913 42 75 so UK) HI II 15 2 01 61,S1 07 IKS 07 591 as 1,712 21 1,155 01 (V IM lo.ono mi 1,50 J oo 3t s l no 3 no 1 oo 5 09 25 CO 50 1 00 5 75 1 on 2 00 270 00 IP.i8 53 " duplicate UftS ndded duplicate 1903. ... 6 per cent, added dun 1903 overiiuld duplicate 1903. . refunded lirt duplicate 1909 ndded duplicate 1909 To amt. reed, from poor districts. .. . . Auditor Gen'l, IkiuiiIIps " " Co. portion H1 licenc...

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 March 1910

THIO CITIZEN, WHIttiUSDAY, MARCH , 11)10. FOR ft CHURCH ENTERlilENTj Novel Method of Decorating j Booths That Charm the I Fair-Goer 1 BOOTHS ARE CLUSTERED TOGETHER The church of to- lay Is sure to hold a fair during one mouth or another, and right nfter Easter Is a favorlto time. When nn entertainment of this i sort Is contemplated the first thins to bo considered by the parish Indies is the decoration of the booths. It Is lure that feminine IhRcuuity is tax ed to the utmost for something novol, something new that will produce a dlsplny, that will charm the fair-goer and bring in the money. For some reason tne Southern wo- 1 man has a peculiar facility In getting i up fairs, and with 11 the decorating I of the cloths, in a small Virginia ! town a number of parish member re- soHcu to have a three days' bazar to j he'i pay off n debt of the church, Till RSDAY'S HOOTIl WAS DEVOT- KD TO AFTERNOON TEA. and to mttk certain household arti cles a feature, which arc needed in all homes. The ...

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 March 1910

THE C1TIZHN, WKDNKHDAY, MAIIOII 0, 1010. I MBKtspoiiEiffs' golumns .5. ?. THE MOST MiMABJ.E MEDIUM KOK SPREADING HAMLINTON. Pine soft weather wo are having these days. Many people hao al ready begun work In the sugar woods. Mrs. Inez Curtis and Mrs. Amos Olver spent a couple of days In Scranton Inst week. Miss Mae Walker has returned from an extended visit In Union dale. She was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Charles Wolfe, and two children. Dr. W. A. Stevens Is Improving. Miss Mabel Hansel, of Moosic, ac companied by her uncle, David Bur liight, visited at John Osborne's over Sunday last. Mr. C. M. Loring was In Scranton on Monday. Mrs. J. T. Stocker. Mrs. Charles Wolfe, and .Miss Mae Walker at tended the funeral of Mrs. Stephen Jay, at Nicholson, on Monday, Feb. 28th. Mrs. Jay was formerly Lillle Walker of this place and has many friends who were grieved to hear of her sudden death. Mrs. Calvin Kimble is able to be about again. Miss Kdnn Chumard is visiting in Scranton. Miss 10. ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 March 1910

TIIK WKATIIKU For Friday fair weather nnd on Saturday It will bo .unsettled. h" f K" r 1." jC K ? K" JO K K" JO Scm!-Weekly Founded 5 ! 1908 fc Weekly Founded. 1844 ' ' f Ji'" JO 00 JO .: ,,, ; Wayne County Organ J " f the REPUBLICAN PARTY ? .. . : j o j o: j jj l8 7th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, MAROH 11, 1910. C O. 20 10 EXTENDSTRIKE 'Philadelphia Union Labor Leaders Make Threat. EMPLOYERS NOT DISMAYED. Doubt Expressed Whether Organized Workers Throughout Pennsyl vania Will Obey the Order to Quit Work. Philadelphia, March 10. The unlor. labor chiefs here are banking on the threat of a state wide or natlon.v strike. Their plan Is broadly to drlvi the merchants and business Interests not only of Philadelphia, but of tin whole country, into n panic, so thai tremendous pressure will be brought al? Amerlcnn' cllli-.ons under our constitu tions nnd laws; and Whereas, This strike iwralnst organised labor of Philadelphia by the mayor, transit company nnd allied corporations I...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 March 1910

TUB CITIZEN, KUIDAV, MAHC1I 11, 1010. I Household I i USE FOR FIRELESS COOKER. New Idea Is Invaluable In Proper Preparation of Cereal. Few people cook tholr cereals Ions enough. As served in many families. the ce real is thick, lumpy, and, If the truth wore known, Indigestible. It Is made too thick In the begin ning, because time Is not allowed for It to cook long enough to become so. Oatmeal is most sinned against In this respect. It should bo cooked four hours at least, longer if possible. It Is really best If cooked over night, nnd in many careful families this is done. Put it on the back of the stove nt night, then the first thing In the morning draw it over the hotter urt and let it finish cooking. This is difficult to manage where gas stoves arc used. It would be Impossibly extrava gant to leave a gas Jet turned on for the whole night. The best solution of the difficulty is a fireless cooker. These arc growing to be more nnd more used, and nre eminently useful and practical fo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 March 1910

tiir citizen, i-'uihay, mauch nr mio. GRANGE. DETECTING IMPURITIES IN SULPHUR. A .Justice of tho Pence, who is also n fruit grower nnd a believer In up-to-date methods In dealing with Insect pests, so as to Insure perfect fruit, wrote to Professor H. A. Surface, State Zoologist, Hnrrls burg, In regard to a brand of sul phur which he bought, and which ho belleveB was Impure, as It did not have the effect desired. In replying to the request for in formation ns to where to got a good article or sulphur, State Zoologist Surface said: "I cannot take the responsibility of stating what dealers are selling pure articles nnd who are not. I wish to stnte It as my opinion, however, thnt some impurity in the sulphur would make no difference in the killing effects upon Scale. Perhaps It was not boiled until It united with tho lime, or was not thoroughly applied, or rain fell soon afterward, or some twigs were not entirely covered, or something else might have occurred to lead to poor results. "Y...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 March 1910

If THK CITIZEN, FRIDAY, MARCH 11, HMO. THE CITIZEN PORURIIF.n KVEnY WF.IlNF.SnAY AND FRIDAY IIV THK CITt.KN rUHMBllINO COMPANY. fntered as scetmil-rlnss tiintlpr. nt the. iot olllce. lloncsdalo. Pa. suuscription ?i.r.o R. n. IIAllDKNHKItOH. PRESIDENT W. V. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SECY niRtxTons: o. n. dorfmnokii. m. h. ai.i.en. UKNllY WILSON. V. II. IIAMIKNIIKROH. w. w. voou. FRIDAY, MARCH 11, HHO. The more you trouble trouble the more trouble will trouble you. To be free Is to have the power to live nbovc adversity while In the midst of adversity. Never run away from trouble. He right, strong, harmonious and mas terful whore you are. and trouble will soon run away from you. President Tnft Is beginning to realize that there is more truth than poetry In the saying that "no body loves a fat man." Civil suits have been Instituted against every olllelal who In any way had connection with the erec tion or furnishing of the capitol building at Harrisburg with the ex ception of Govs. Stone and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 March 1910

r TIIH CITIKKK, KK1DAY, MAltCK U. ID10. t0momieimm'm)m The Merry Hoart Club met nt 1 CENT A WORD COLUMNiiaa of Rlsn Prosch Wcdncs,,ny Dieifcliei!eiQ A slight Improvement Is rcport- ; cJ In tho condition of Hon. Titos. I IIAVK HUVHItS for small farms May bo yours will suit. If you want .,, j uui n ui mill. II juu ntwib' to soil drop a postal. M. F. Dorln, I Honcsdalc. Pa. 2t. I VOH KAIjK CIIKAP Two beds, H 1 0-fnnt nnlf illntiif rnnm tnllln nnd h ' . C chairs to match, and a Kstcy piano. ' "" "il",vl uvvi. Inquire at 1207 ICnst street. 50t Al. lllnndln, travelling sales . . mmi for IJIrdsall Hros., Is reported A 111(3, 1JIG lSAKGAlX Two or gans, line condition. High tops. Mirrors, $22. 00 each. Mclntyro. 2w col. 1IO.VT KUY a Wayne county farm. Honesdale residenco or building lot , until you see me. I can save you money. Over a hundred properties ' on my bargain list to select from. 1 M. V. Dorin. offlce 1302 Spring St., Honesdale. Consolidated 'phono I 79-J lStl i 1 LOCAL MENTION. -W...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 March 1910

T1IK CITIZEN, KIHDAV, MAHCII 11, 1010. ROAD MA K I N GJIr VALUE OF ASSOCIATIONS. .An Important Factor In the Develop ment of Sentiment. It lo an unquestionable) fact that good roads associations, properly or ganized and maintained, nro an Impor tant factor In the development of good roads sentiment, from the primary thought to the complete fruition. Whore bad roads prevail It is usually because the building of good ones, bo ing everybody's business, becomes no body's business, or because there la no sufllclent public demnnd for their construction. In those localities where the build ing of good roads Is In the hands ol intelligent local ofllclals the work is performed exactly to the extent of the public demand; no more, no less. Here the association can, by careful and painstaking effort, be of much service In dispelling the Ignorance ol many otherwise intelligent persons nnent the value of good roads. Most of these become good roads advocates when the Importance of the subject Is f...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 March 1910

THE CTCTZHN, I'M DAY, MARCH II, tnio. Copyright. .if ere is a fascinating latter day romance, written in the vein and style that have won fame for Scwcll Ford. "Cherub" Dcvinc it, an inspiration in his refreshing outlook on life and people, and after a meteoric Wall street ca reer and a season of recreation among the effervescent ladies of the stage he meets the charm ing Countess Vecchi. This sweet young American girl, victim of the execrable" international mar riage" system, resolves that it is her duty to reform the Cherub, and the outcome provides a nar rative seldom equaled in its fan ciful humor, illuminating char acter delineation and tender sen timent. CHAPTER 1. THOSE who doubt that fate now and thou Indulges in Irony should have observed the Man ner in which Ilewliuitnu Acres came into the possession of "Cherub" Devlne. liulkins. tlie mil estate agent who made the sale, attributes the whole credit of the transaction to his own shrewdness. Hut, then, liulkins is one of thos...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 March 1910

Till? CITIZKN, lflUDAV, MAHCIl 11, 1010. 'I "'MI1K"MWKM!"M"M!HI!-H I t f ? f T 1 Us TUi; MOST KEUAM.R MKDIUM FOK AOinIG ALDENVILLE. The sugar bush occupies the at tention of mnny at present. Miss llertha Ludwig, of Hones dale, was a visitor at William Kol ley's last week. The Y. P. S. C. B. are planning for a social and the Athletic association for a entertainment; both events to come oft In the near future J. L. Curtis nnd family, of Miners Mills, spent Saturday and Sunday' witn relatives at this place. Stephen Treat has resigned tl,e position of Superintendent of the M. B. Sunday school to take up his du ties preparatory to entering the con fcrence. The young child of Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas. Gilbert is ill v.-ith pneumonia. 1 day; a,so vi8'te " daughter. Mrs. Miss Nellie Bowon Is assisting them I Lewls Curtis, at Pink, and returned Miss Emma Stanton spent Satur- ,lomo ln tho evening, day and Sundnj: at her homo In South ! Mlss Gladys I'onnell, of Uswlck. Clinton. She is the successful ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 March 1910

THE WEATHER On Wclncsdny fair wenthcr will prevail, nnd on Thnrsdny partly overcast nnil milder weather, with snow. jr if jo tjf :c :r if tr & r 9r jc j Scml-Weekly Founded v' ' 1008 H v, ' Weekly Founded. 1844. H 4 - j: jt jt t jt j: t j je jx . ' !' : jo a j if a' if tf if tf ' Wayne County Organ of the S REPUBLICAN PARTY ? .tf j: j j & .ft jt j jt jt 67th TEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1910. NO. 21 STRIKE KM END Philadelphia Transit Com pany Makes Overtures. ROOI KELT FETED CONFERENCE WITH LABOR MEN Both Sides Say They Expect Peace Will Be Arranged Within Twenty-four Hours After Mu tual Concessions. Philadelphia, March 15. In nil prob ability the street enr strike will bo set tled nnd the general strike called oft within twenty-four hours. George II. Earle, who blocked nil efforts toward arbitration, has surprised the whole city by Inking the lead in overtures toward the labor unions, and the transit company has Joined him In these overtures. Sudden...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 March 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAltCir 10, 1010. NO CURE, NO PAY, S Georgia Surgeon Unable to Col lect Fee for Operation That Failed to Benefit RAISED STORM OF PROTEST Doctors Say the Field of Medical Prac tice Is Turned Into a Gamble with Chances All In Favor of the Pati ent. Wnshlngton, I). C The decision of the Superior Court of Mticon, On., in the rase of Dr. C. L. Stahl versus C. W. Jordan, that a surgeon who per forms an operatfou must benefit the patient In order to collect his fee, has raised a storm of protest from the medical profession all over the coun try. Dr. Stahl operated on Mr. Jordan's eleven-year-old daughter, who was suf fering from tuberculosis of the knee. The doctor said the operation was very successful and rendered a bill of $200. Soon after the operation, how ever, the child died and Jordan re fused to pay the hill. Dr. Stahl brought ruit and a verdict was handed down by the court that as the patient had died and Uie operation had been of no apparent benefit. Jord...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 March 1910

TllU OltlZEN, WHnXUSDAV, MARCH 10, 1010. . OF G OFFICIALS SHOULD ACT CONSTRUCTION RO Interesting Article Written by Fred front of their houses or barns, have C. Fvims, Superintendent of lliK.. ' I,ltcr I,encu" V'm nt V,elr T . . . . , . pense, nftor having observed the ways or Tompkins I omity, oir benefits. 1 think that as a matter of York. J fact, ninety-eight per cent, of tho It must be a source of great satis-, fnrmors of the county want good faction to farmers all over the coun-, roa(,a nnd aro willing to help whon try to see and hear men engaged , evur tho' aro show" hw in nenrly all kinds of business strlv-! 11 la opinion that moro money lng nnd working for better ronds. ! hns uccn thrown away on town hlgh With the advent of bettor roads tho ' W-onBldered work than farmers nro prolitlng and will profit In nn' 0,Ucr wnv- 11 18 not W,8C moro than any other class of peo-' t0 atnrt out wlth a 'nrEe rond ma ple. In my opinion the farming -,no' m,d scrape for n distance of lands of...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 March 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNKSDAY, MAUCH 10, 1010. THE CITIZEN PUBLISHED EVKRY WEDNESDAY AND TRIDAY HY TI1 CITIZEN rOM.lBIIINCI CDMr-ANT. t'nteml as scooiul-rlnss ittnttcr. at thopost otUrc. Honesdale. J 'a. SUBSCRIPTION ?1.D0 K, U. llAHDKXIIKlHlII, IMtKSIDKNT W. W. WOOD. MAN'AOEK AND SKO'Y DIRECTORS: 0. It. nORFI.INdF.n. M. II. AM.KN. IIKNKY WII.BON. K. H. IIARDKNBKlltlll. W. W, WOOD. WEDNESDAY, MA It. 10, 11)10. An editor works 3fi5 days n a i year to get out 104 Issues of a pa-! per, that's labor. Onco in a while , a subscriber pays a year In advance for his paper, that's capital. And I onco in a while some son-of-a-sea-cook of n dead beat tnkos the paper for two or three years thon skips out without paying for It, that's anarchy. Tho poor editor was dying; but when tho doctor placed his car to tho patient's heart and muttered sad- ly, "Poor fellow circulation almost gone," the editor raised himself and gasped : "Tis false wo havo tho larg- est circulation of any paper in the , by ono cont ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 March 1910

T1IK CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MA UGH 10, 1010. I CENT A WORD COLUMN! Dm. Simons nnd nilnln wnrn nt- ! Tiiron nf Chorion Iloln'u nlillilrnn 1 tending court this week ns witnesses. ' nro 111 with scarlet fovor. KOK KALE A walnut upholster ed, pnrlor set of furniture consist ing of sofa nnd two large cnnlrs. in qulro Citizen Office, tf l'OK SALE A ninre, I) years old, sound, work anywhere, good driver. E. K. Carlton, South Sterling. 2t FOB SALE A heavy buckboard wagon, nearly new. FOR It 12 ST TAY LOll, Torrey, I'n. 21t2 1 1IAVH IIUYEIIS for small farms. Maybe yours will suit. If you want to sell drop a postal. M. F. Dorin, Honesdalc, I'a. 2t. FOll SALE CHEAP Two beds, a 10-foot oak dining room table and 0 chairs to match, and a Estey piano. Inquire at 1207 East street. Cut A BIG, MO 1IAHGAIN Two or gans, line condition. High tops. Mirrors, $22.00 each. Mclntyre. 2w eoi. DON'T HUY a Wayne county farm, Houesdalo residence or building lot until you see me. I can save you money. Over a hundred...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 March 1910

TUB CITIZKN, WHDNICSDAY, MAHOII JO, 1010. Statement of Finances OP WAYNE COUNTY 1909. Fred Saunders, Treasnror, in Account with Wayno County for year ending Jan. 3, 1910. mi. Balance In the hands of the Treasurer, Jnn, 4. 10o. iik follows To county (unci... llrmd " ... School " ... Poor " ... Dos " ... ,ti,m to . 701 fit . 832 4) 473 42 , 670 08 418 10 Redemption mmipy . ... 418 u9 5.101 45 To nmt. reed, on collectors' ccrtlflrjitcs: I'nnntv fnml 210 SI Road ' ....... i 153 70 School " 288 87 I'oor " 10 51 71 (18 To ninU recti, on unented: ' County mud 2S 22 Hoad " 46 49 Bchool ' 87 V0 Poor " 5 t5 167 50 To nmL duo on dup 1I2-0-7 . . SOS on " " duplicate 1E03 13,914 42 ndded duplicate 1803.... 75 3H 5 per cent added dim 1803 180 III' overpaid ilnpllcnla 1903.. fl 15 refunded 1903 2 111 duplicate 11XW 51,611 07 nil (Hit duplicate 1809 1.S8 (17 To aint, real, from poor district 5"1 38 " " AiHlllor Oen'l, tiouiitlcs 1,712 2! " " Co. portion llq license.. 1,155 m " " kiiii tiers " 65 0)...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 March 1910

THE CITIZEN, WHONISSDAY, MARCH JO, 1010. HOW TO O'JD Good for Peacn and for '.lost Kinds of Stone Fruit Trees. Keep a sharp unite. Cut the twig from the tree from wlilc.i you wish, -o bud. Cut out a vigorous bud. with about a half Inch or more of bark and wood below ths bud and about an, eighth or a quarter of an Inch abovo the bud. Cut oil the leaf In the axil of which lies the one to within an Inch or so Irom the bua leaving only, the bottom as a handle to assist you In the opera ion. Now ct't out all tho wood from the bark save a very, little under the bua Some cut it eu tlrely out. Cut through ine bark of the tree, stock the letter T and with an Ivory, or pollshtd bone blade or stmethlng that Is thin no smooth open or scparato the bark Horn the wood BUDDING KNIFE. BUD STICK, i sufficiently to Insert easily the bud and no more, then quickly smooth the raised bark ove, the bark below and above the Inserted bud. Wind and ' tie around the .ree stock and lnser-' tion, commencing at t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 March 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1010. T H f.;..2;.;J..2....g.f...j...l. DORRESPGNUENTS' COLUMNS THE MOST RELIABLE MEDIUM FOR SPREADINS INFORMATION I BETHANY. Rev. W. I). Slgnor attended the ministerial meeting nt Carbondnlo Monday, Mr and Mrs. Charles Make enter tained Hrv. and Mrs. Slgnor. Mrs. Larkin and .Miss Boyd on Saturday evening for supper. They woro also entertained for dinner on Wednesday at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. D. Kaatz. Mrs. lrvln Hall and daughter Hel en, of Wilkes-Uarro. came Wednesday and are f pending a few days with her mother. Mrs. Klioila Orimstono. Mrs Rush Kimble, of I'lensant Valley, soent Thursday visiting rela tives here. Allan Lawrence, of Scrnnton, ac companied by his father, was a caller at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Wallace Hacker. Helen Manning, of New York, came Thursday to spend a short time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Man ning, Sr. The revival meetings were well at tended last week nnd will continue this week. Brother Dutler, of...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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