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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 March 1910

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1010. Siete!eiei , Don't forget the Easter Monday 1 CENT A WORD COLUMNIST nt th0 Lyr,c I!an on March 6ie!!ema The remonstrnnco against grant HAVING tho goods, 1 nm going to Holler" on l'Innos, Organs and Sow ing machines. McINTYRE. 24col4 FOR Flagging, Curbing, and Steps call on Miller, 174 Delaware' St. col 4t, TWELVE muslin trespass notices! for $1.00: six for scvcnty-IHo cents. Nmnc of owner, township nnd law regnruing trespnssing printed mere- on. CITIZEN ofllce. ' . . -iij , FOR SALE Smnll farm located1 , . . - .... . K 6f a mile from Ulnwood station, 'reston township, Wayne Co., Pa. VARREN P. SCHENCK, Honesdnlc, w Pa. WANTED: A competent cook. MRS. MARY II. TRACY, 1407 Main Street. ' eoltf PIANO TUNING I will bo In Honesdalo March 2Sth to 31st. Or ders by postal card, care Hotel Wayne, promptly attended to. Sam S, Wint. 23t2 DON'T FORGET that the Martha Washington Dakery will be open Sat-' nviln v nfrorlinnn nnl nvnnlncr In f hn 1 V Z 7 ,;T,h ZC,...

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 March 1910

TUB CITIZEN, F1UDAY, MAKCH 23, 1010. t i, lull 1, 1TTT Agricultural Ihiiiii- H--W-H--I-H-H-H-H' A SIMPLE FRUIT CELLAR. Design for One That Will Keep Gar den Truck. Doubtless many readers of the Sci entific American hnve found It diffi cult to keep apples and tho produce of their gardens, such as carrots, beets, turnips, colery, etc., In perfect condi tion until they could be used, writes P A. Kaiser. The occompanylng draw ings show a cheap and easily made fruit cellar In which 1 kept twelve bushols of apples, besides carrots, aquashes, and potatoes, from October until April. My house was six fcot wide, eight feet long and six feet high, nnd cost mo about $4. 8maller ones A Slmmple Fruit Cellar, can be built for a proportionally small er sum. 1 dug a hole about eighteen inches .deep and set the house over it, as shown in the cross section. The en trance is made like a box, about twelve Inche3 deep, so that soil or ma nure can be spread over the roof to a depth of about ten Inches. Cl...

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 March 1910

THIS CITIZEN, FRIDAY, MAltCH 25, (OlO. Cherub Devine By SEWELL FORD Copyright. 1909. by Mitchell Kennwle- CHAPTER III. X S to the matter of raiment, Mr. Cherub Devine wns fastldl ous in but olio particular. lie was fond of fancy waist coats. Mb fastidiousness began and ended with waistcoats. Ills trousers and coats were invariably of the same cloth nnd cut, summer nnd winter, year in nnd year out. His waistcoats be trayed a catholic taste for color and variety. Whenever he felt like In-' dulglng himself or celebrating a vic tory or forgetting n defeat he went out and bought n new waistcoat. As hp was "traveling light," bo had brought to Ilewlugton Acres a bare half dozen of them, and of these he hail narrowed the choice to two one a creation of tobacco brown silk with red dots In it. the other a white pique with buttons of smoked pearl. Which should he wear for a Sunday morning stroll In the garden? In the end ho tossed a iiuarter. The brown silk won, much to his satisfaction, for h...

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 March 1910

TIIR CITIZEN, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1010. CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMNS THE MOST RELIABLE MEDIUM FOR SPREADING INFORMATION V .T. i t t V v HAMT.TMTnM After April 1st our name will bc Hamlin Instead of llamllnton as heretofore. 111, A X V. 4.1 The robins and blue birds are with us in full force. Sugar making Is the business of the hour. Thus far the season has been an excellent one for sugar makers. The Wallen-Paupack Telephone Company are extending their lines as rapidly as possible. Poles havo been erected on the Noblotown road for a line which is to reach Leotown and work is now being 'pushed-on the Moscow lino. E. G. Simons, of the Bell Tele phone Company, was in town on Monday. Cutler Hamlin is ill at this writ ing. Miss Vida West is tinder the doc tor's care at present. Sirs. A. S. Van Sickle, who has been suffering from erysipelas, is slightly improved. L. A Alt is home from Hig Pond nursing a broken finger. Mrs. Max Simons has ' returned' from a Isit to friends in Scranton. H M Simons,...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 March 1910

On Wednesday partly cloud? weather will prevail, and on Thursday, overcast and cooler weather with local rain. IT 10 X? 10 t? 4." K JO K J JC K1 tf" 10 K Scml-Wcckly Founded ? 1908 Weekly Founded, 1844 J .J Jl ot Jt jt j j j tA Wayne County Organ ' of the REPUBLICAN PARTY " 67th YEAR. HONESDAJjE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1910. NO. 25 THK WKATHKU Ctfaett BREWEFTS DEATH. Supreme Court Justice Suc cumbs In Oath. WILL ftlFESS ALL WAS SEIZED WITH APOPLEXY. Wife Hears Sound of Falling Body. Death Cripples Court on Pend ing1 Oil and Tobacco. ase Decisions. Washington, March 2!). David Jo slali Brewer, associate Justice of tin United States supreme court since 1S85), dropped .dead from apoplexy it the bathroom of his homo here In lib seventy-third year. Up to the time ot j his death ho had been apparently in j Rood health and spirits. I Mrs. Brewer heard his body fall and went to investigate the cause. A phy- j siclan who was hastily called said I death was almost instantaneous....

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 March 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAHCII '), J 1)10. MEN OF 1812 50T5, SAYS THEOLOGIAN Declares Alleged Saints of a Cen tury Ago, Were Drunkards and Slave Traders WORLD NEVER WAS BETTER ti the Olden Days It Took Thirty Bar rels of Cider to Get One Minister's Family Through the Winter. Less Gambling Now. Cambridge, Mobs.--If you had been told one week that your great grand father was it thief, a bribe-taker and a general reprobate, and you had gone through It all peacefully, nnd the next week another man came along and told you your grandfather was a sot, a slave-trader and a confidence man, wouldn't it upset you? Historian Stark was the mnn who paid his disrespects to the Revolu tionary heroes, and now Dr. Bordon H. Hnwne llnys the men of 1812. Dr Howne In a lecture delivered at the Methodist Students' Social Un ion, before the members and faculty of the Boston University Theological School and the Harvard Methodist As sociation, declared "the world of to day is not getting worse in spito of ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 March 1910

THK CITIZEN, WKIhVHSDAY, MAUCII SO, 1010. DKATll OF FAMOUS J?10,000 HEAUTY. "Montague, Louise M., died nt her residence, 1C4 Mnnhnttnn nve nuo, Now York City." This simple death notice nppenred In the New York papers, It was written by Louise Montnsuo herself a week before her death, tho day on which death would comu being left blank, to be filled In by tho un dertaker. Pew who read this notice know thnt tho Louise MontnKiie, whoso death was so simply chronicled, was tho woman who was onco heralded far and wldo over tho country as the "Ten Thousand Dollar Heauty." Louise Montague's beauty was for years the talk and woudor of Amer ica. Her name was the synonym of beauty, and everywhere she went sho was talked of and petted and held court like a queen. After the llrst rage over her had subsided she sought the quiet of private life but n few years after wards went on the stage because It was discovered that she had talents equal to her beauty. She had a splendid soprano voice and line ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 March 1910

TUB CITIZEN, WUDNKSDAY, MAIICII .10, 1010. THE CITIZEN FUBLIB11KD KVKnr WKtWKSnAV AND FRIDAY IIT TIIK CITIZEN rUIU.UllINO COMTANY Kntereitns ewoinl-rlnss matter, nt tho post olllcc. Honesdale. l'n. SUBSCRIPTION $1.60 K. B. ltARRENHICltOH, - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOIJ. - MANAGER AND SECY DinECTORS: C. II. DORPMNGRR. M. II. AI.t.KN, RKNRY WILSON. K. II. IIARUKNRERUK, W. W. WOOD. WKDXKSHAY, MAH. HO, 11)10. Tho Ground Hog is n fraud. He can't guess any better than Hicks. The reason for sowing is ap proaching Let us all prepare to scatter ecciIb of kindness, sow abund antly that we may reap a large har vest of true happiness, nnd have our garners overflowing with peace and good will, and we can heap our measures with malice toward nonti and charity for all. When the -trees begin to blossom, and the violets to bloom; when the bullfrog in the meadow warbles boom-ah-boom ah-booin; when ducks are flying northward and bright butter-flies are out, nnd when the robins go housekeeping In the broken w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 March 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAKCII CO, 1010. I CENT A WORD COLUMN HEAD, In nnotlior column of this Issue, whnt "Dorln Says" in regard to real estate. It EOIt SALE Full blood White Plymouth Ilock eggs for setting, ID for Jl.OO. D. R I'OLLEY, Seely vllle, Pa. 2fieoi2 IjC)ST Purse containing ten dol lar gold piece and change. Finder please leave at Citizen olllce. 25tl HAVING the goods, I am going to "Holler" on Pianos, Organs and Sew ing machines. MclNTYRE. 24col4 1'Olt Flagging, Curbing, and Steps call on Miller. 174 Delaware St. eoi 4t. TWEhVE muslin trespass notices for $1.00; six for seventy-five cents. Name of owner, township and law regarding trespassing printed there on. CITIZEN ofllco. Will SAIjE Small farm located 94 of n mile from Winwood station, Preston township, Wayne Co., Pa. WAHKEN P. SCHENCK, Honesdalo, WANTED: A competent cook. MRS. MARY II. TRACY. 14 07 Main Street. , eoltf. PIANO TUNING I will he in Honesdalo March 28th to 31st. Or ders by postal card, care Hotel Wayne,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 March 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAUOIl AO, 1010. STOC1 MULEFOOT HOGS. UNCERTAINTY. Animals Which Ha-e Attracted Great Attention Wherever Exhibited. Brooders of swtno In many sections of tho country are greatly Interested in mulefoot bogs, mid these animals have attracted considerable attention in recent years when exhibited at tho State fairs. These hogs are now be ing Improved and bred under tho name of OzniM hogs, A Kansns oreedcr. Dr. W. J. Con er, who is raisinn thorn, says that, whllo In a me -lire they are a new thing, yet he has been breeding them Why Brother Walloon Was Mighty Mixed In His Mind. Brother Cyphers I un'crstnnd. Rnh, dnt yo son de one wld de big enrn has done 'loped wld dat 'tit yallah complected young lady ellercutlonlst dat give do ente'talnment at de church i tudder night? Well, now, If It's a fa'r question, what does yo' oppose to do bout It? Brother Wnlloon Uh-well, snh. I'a mightily mixed In muh mind. Dat boy had do most prouitstn' appetlto yo' over seed on n youn...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 March 1910

THE CITIZEN, WKDNKSDAY, MARCH .10, 1010. HEALTH FORGES DEFEAT DEATH Thirteen Thousand Five Hundret Lives Saved in Two Years. SHOWS ENORMOUS GAln Three Million Dollars Spent In Con servatlon of Public Health Shows a Saving of Twenty-Three Million Dol lars to the Commonwealth Dlph therla, Typhoid and Tuberculosis Give Way Before the Steady Ad vance of State's Health Officers. The precious lives of thou sands of little children have been spared because the state In Its wise beneficence has furnish ed diphtheria antitoxin to the poor Typhoid fever is killing 2500 less people per year In Pennsyl vania than it did four years ago. Tuberculosis now claims 1000 lives less a year In this state. Education and co-operation of the people In health matters, backed by vigorous support of the public press, is helping Com missioner Dixon to win out In war against disease. Industries seek states where health records show low death rate. u me last live years tut ctCtC Z Pennsylvania has been engaged i...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 March 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY MARCH 30, 1010. I CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMNS . THE MOST REMAIN .ft MEDIUM FOR ! SPREADING INFORMATION STEENE. Hiram Arnold returned to Ills home at Deposit, N. Y., Saturday after vlBltlng ton days with his mother, nnd sister, Mrs. J. 15. Haley at Steono. .John Wesley Arnold returned to his home .Monday after a ten days' visit with friends at Wllllnmsport. Mrs. J. 12. Haley visited friends at Caruondale last week. During the last two weeks from ninety trees, with one spile In each tree, the Bobolink has made forty five gallons of A No. 1 syrup, so you see the Link hasn't had much time to chirp. Merchant Snedeker Is remodeling his store at I'rompton. Mr Hucklnnd Is anxious to give the Link another true Ilsh story, but them Is tin time nt the nresnnt for the ! Link to listen, as he Is working now double shift, nicht and dnv. Sunday included. ! Mr. Dennle says: "Tobacco or no , tobacco, as soon as his sap bush goes ! dry, he will give us a good and true ' trapping st...

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

THK WEATHKB On Friday, partly ovcrc$t to fair and cooler weather will prevail, nnd on Saturday, fair weather, with slightly lower, temperatures. r h" t? K" j t" k h" jt tr to K k r Scml-VVcckly F.oundcd 5 k 1908 v . Weekly Founded, 1844 J . ot J .it ,jt j , jt Jt Jl J 'K'jCK'K''jrtCK'K'jcx'KK'tOir - -Wayne County Organ Y ogic if f 1 k PEPURLKN PARTY S 0 t J ! J Ifil J 0 J J J .! a 03 67th YEAR. HONBSDALE, WAYNE CO.. PA., FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1910. NO. 26 Ctmett EM TO PROTECT GIRLS Legislation Suggested by Ruth Wheeler Murder. Coroner's Jury In New York Takes Only Half an Hour to Find Verdict Indictment Is Equally Speedy. Albany, X. Y. Mnrch 31. Loplsln tlon to meet such a situation as has been presented by the murder of Ruth Wheeler In Xew York Is making Its appearance here. Samuel I'rlnoq. deputy commissioner of licenses of Xew York city, nnd Henry X. Steinert. attorney for the commissioner, appeared before the general laws committee nnd asked that the Green bill amending the existing ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 April 1910

TIIK OITIZRIT, ritlDAY, AI'IUIj 1, 1010. EA Boy's Voice Changed From Fal setto After a Year in Boston Hospital WAS TAUGHT DEEP BREATHING Relaxation of Nervous Spasm Sought by Showing Proper Work of Dia phragm Expert Gave Him Psycho therapeutic Treatment. Boston - Changing a boy's voice from falsetto to deep baritone by sug gestive hypnotism Is the feat Jilst ac complished In the Boston City Hospi tal. The success of the operation has Jed Alice Nellsen, the opera singer, to put herself upon record as having long favored the use of magnetism In voice training. A hoy of 14 presented himself for treatment at the City Hos pital more than a year ago. He had contracted a severo cold and by lack of attention had lost his voice. The case finally came to the neurological department, of which Dr. Philip Coombs Knapp Is the head, and It was turned over to Dr. Abraham My erson, one of his assistants, who, al though a young man, has already won a big reputation as a specialist In psychotherapeuti...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 April 1910

T1IK CITIZEN, FltlDAY, AIMHIi 1, 1010. SENATOR 8. NAEQ Attempt to Identify Him al Insurance Inquiry. $1,500 Asked From President oi Phenix Company to Help he Campaign Fund of "Our Friend In Saratoga." Now York. March 21. The nniiio oi Senator Hrackott wns mentioned with great frequency nt the Insurance hear ing when Superintendent lloichklsf tried to find out from William II Buckley, legislative agent for insur ance companies at Albany, If Sjeiiutni IlracKett was not the person referred to in some correspondence that was read as "our friend Senator 1$.," "tin Saratoga party" and "our Saratoga friend." Huckley had had trouble beating Senator Jtrackctt's resolution intro duced In the session of 11MKJ dlreetlnp the Investigation of lire Insurance rate? In this state. The letters covered the session of 100-J. That year Mr. Hack ley wanted $1,500 from George P. Sliel don. the president of the l'henlx. and the chairman of the law and leglsla tive committee of the New York board of underwr...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 April 1910

JLHK CITIZISN, FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1010. THE CITIZEN PUBU8IIKD RVRRT WKHMESDAT AND FRIDAY lit THE CITIZEN l't)BL181IIK0 COMPANY. Entered as second-clans mntte.r, nt the post ntllcc. lloucsdale. 1'n. subscription ii.eo , K. It. UAKDKNltKHGlt, P11KSIHKNT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAQKlt AND SKC'Y DIHECTOllB! c. n. Donri.wuKii. m. it. ai.liw. OINRY WILSON. It. It. IIARDRNMIROH. W. W, WOOD. FRIDAY, APRIL 1, HMO. Tho very worst of the gosslpora nro those who gather up all the harsh things that have been said about you anil bring them to you all tho things said against you or against your fam ily, or against your style of business. They gather them all up and bring them to you In the very worst shape; they bring them to you without nny of the extenuating circumstances, and nftor they have made your feel ings all raw, very raw, they take this brine, this turpentine, this aquafor tis, and rub it in with a coarse towel, and rub It in until it sinks to tho bone. They make you tho pin cush ion In which t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 April 1910

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, AritIL 1, 1010. iCENT A WORD COLUMN! I-X)It HAIjK CHEAP Ono open Buggy and ono Concord two-Bent Wngon. KRIETNER DUOS.. Hones dale. Pa. 3t FOR SALE Full blood White Plymouth Rock eggs for setting, ID for J 1.00. n. F. POLLEY, Seely Tllle, Pa. 2Geol2 IX)ST Purso containing ten dol-' lar gold piece and change. Finder 1 please leave at Citizen olHce. 2(itl ' . i HAVING the goods, I am going to 1 "Holler" on Plnnos, Organs and Sew ing machines. MclNTYRE. 2-looU FOK Flagging, Curbing, and Steps call on Miller, 174 Delaware St. ol it. TWELVE muslin trespass notices for $1.00; six for seventy-live ccntB. N'amc of owner, township and law regarding trespassing printed there in. CITIZEN ofllce. FOIt SA MO Small farm located of n mile from Winwood station, Preston township, Wayne Co., Pa. WARREN P. SCHENCK, Honesdale, Pa. 25t3. I FOK SALE A walnut upholster ed, parlor set of furniture consist ing of sofa and two large cnalrs. In quire Citizen Office. tf FOK SALE A mare, 9 y...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 April 1910

THE CITIZEN, FHIDAY, AIMWj 1, 1010. ROAI SHOWING THE MISSOURtflNa State Issues tew Bulletir Dealing 1 with Road Problem. Tho Missouri State Hoard ot Agri culture lias Issued another bulletin, dealing 7ltb the problem of good roads. The subject Is exhaustively treated, tho bulletin comprising twenty-seven printed pages, and carrying a number of illustrations. It refers to local option as curtailing road rev enues. and make the claim that tho number of miles traveled with full loads to marlcet Is 30 per cent, that tho number of miles traveled other than to market Is 20 per cent., leav ing the total number of miles traveled without roads at 60 per cunt., and on this point has this to say: "Thus only Su per cent, or a little less than one-thin, of the travel over our public highways Is with loads for the market. For this one-third of tho miles traveled man wants a reliable Toad and one over wlucli he can haul a fair sized load.' Continuing, it in sists that "if the people of this State ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 April 1910

TUB CITIZEN, FRIDAY, Al'ltllj 1, 1010. Cherub Devine By SEWELL FORD Copyright. 1909. by Mitchell KennerUy CHAPTER IV. HAVING decided upon his course of nctlon, Mr. Devlno prompt ly sought out the obsequious Tlmmlns at his office In the stables. "Been hero some time, haven't you. Tlmmlns?' ho suggested. "Came hero ns undcrgroom fifteen years ngo, sir." "Must know tho old gentleman fair ly well, then?" "Lor yes, sir! And he's a very lino old gentleman, sir, in his way." "Sure," assented the Cherub. He had settled back In nn office chair and was studying intently tho varnished pine celling. "But what's his way?" he asked abruptly. Tlmmlns looked perplexed. "Where are his short ribs?" went on Mr. Devine. "What's his strong suit?" "Oh!" Tlmmlns had translated Mr. Devine's figures of speech. "Well, sir, he's all wrapped up in tho Countess Vecchl, sir. him being a widower for so long. Nearly knocked him out when the count turned out to bo so bad. Ho was regular wicked, sir; played roulette...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 April 1910

THE C1T1MJN, FRIDAY, APIUIj I, 1010. X .j. THE MOST RELIABLE MEDIUM FOR I SPREADING INFORMATION J ,t3llll4l,I,I4,l,ll'I"I"I"I"I"III,I,I,Il4I, MAPLEWOOD I backward about putting seed In the. . Mrs. E. S. Noble, of PIttston. was1 Kroum1' for Wayne county Is not apt j the guest of Mrs. F. S. Kceno last ,t0 .h.BV0 m.,ch "lc0 wc.nther 80 oar'y ! week. Ida Uiidcnliagcn Is confined to her homo with scarlet fever. James Dlnck, who has been ill so long, is slowly improving. Several of the scholars of our school will take the common exami nation at Ariel April 9th. A hot wax party was held at the home of Rev. L. H. Yergie last week. Passion week services were held In the Evangelical church last week. Sunday evening special music was rendered by the choir. At the Grace church, Easter was observed by a sunrise prayer meet ing, and a special sermon and music in the evening. The choir was as sisted by Miss Sarah Storm, Mrs. Leslie Klzer, and Mr. Ernest Klzer. Miss Storm and Mr. Klzer rendered a w...

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