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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 June 1910

HIE CITIZEN, rilltlAV, JUNK 3. 1010. ICENT A WORD COLUMN! 1K)IUN, tho real estate mnn, 1ms leased tho entlro upper portion of a largo brick building on Sixth street (formerly Lledorkrnnz hall), and workmen aro transforming It Into an up-to-date storage house, with sep arate apnrtinentB for everybody's furniture, etc. Matched floors, per fect roof, no mice, watchman there night and day. Bnsy terms. All ready! Come on with the goods! l'ARTXKR WAXTKD The un dersigned offers half Interest In the Tavares Herald office. Tavares, Fin. Organ of Democratic party for Lake county and only paper at the county scat. Copy of the Herald may be seen nt "Citizen" ofllce. Address T. P. CARUS, Tavares, Fla. tf. DKSIRAIHAI IMtOlMOUTY FOIt SALE Residence of the late II. C. Hand, located at the corner of Cnurch j and Eleventh streets; 75 feet on , Church street and 120 feet on Elev enth street, together with house and barn. For information concerning above property, address W. H. Si one, Court street. Ho...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 June 1910

THE CITIZI2N, PKIDAV, JUNE 3. 1010. ys IVIirror "1 suppose that every woman who motors works out the theory of com plexion trentmcnt which best suits her," declared a woman the other day whose face does not look as though she had traveled thousands of dusty miles In her automobile In the last few years. "You Bee, It Is useless to use water," she went on emphatically. "Perhaps soft water might ho cleansing, but you can't get It while traveling. So I ex perimented for the best results In the most condensed form, and I've found what suits me. "Before wo stnrt indeed, while I am dressing for the journey I smear my face and throat, too, with cold cream. The cream is made from white was, with Just enough almond oil and rosewater to make the was soft. You see, my object is not to make a tissue builder, but to prevent dirt from get ting into the pores, to make a mask, and I object to grease. Therefore 1 melt some white wax in a cup by put tins it h'to boiling water, nnd then I remove the cu...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 June 1910

I THE C1TIZKX, FRIDAY, JUNE , lino. (aturday jQight llfC By Rev. F. E. DAVISON Vw3 Rutland, Vt T'rlC KING OF THE LAWS OF NATURE. Intsrnatlonal Bible Lesson for Juna 5, '10 (Matt. 14:22-36). T'je Eoa of Galileo is better known t' "n nny other body of water on t faro of tho globe. It Is Inslgnlfl tint In size ns compared with the Cru t Iy es of America, but In Its jiK tureBque beauty surrounded by the hills of Galileo It has attractod the at ten Ion of all men. For on Its sho e a ."-e located the homes of the rcrii who were the first preachers of tho Kospel, and on Its peaceful or tempe-' ttious surface were transacted some of the moat thrilling events In the earthly life of Jesus Christ Hlmrjo'f V.'c have nlready seen In this serieu of talks the deliverance from sh wreck wrought by the King of fu ture on stormy Galilee; this lesson deals with another dramatic and ?i"' tacular occurrence on the same body of water. Tho ulsclple3 of Chrif crossing the sea alone one night were caught in ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 June 1910

THE CITIZEN, Fill DAY, J UN 13 8, 1010. toOOOMCCXKXOOOroOOOCKX A CHAT WITH OUR NEIGHBORS JOOOOOOQOOOOGOOOOGCXXXJOOOO MILANVILLE. Primaries will bo held on Satur day, June 4th, from 2 to 8 p. in. Vour duty to vote. J. J. McCullbiiKh spent last week in Binghamton. Mrs. Albro Dexter and bona nr rled Saturday evening to spent! their acntlon at their homo here. Mi, and Mrs. William Van Kuren of llonesdale, spent Decoration day nt M. L. Skinner's. Miss Mabel Skinner was the gue3t of Mrs. Klmer Olver nt Tyler Hill the first of the week. A number from here attended the Presbyterinn church on Sunday morning. Mrs. H. M. Page was operated upon for appendicitis last Thursday by Drs. bwnrtart of Port .lervls. Ap ply of Cochecton, and Dr. Myers of Lake Huntington. The case was so critical that it seemed the patient hnd no chance nf rernvorv rr llradley, a specialist from New York I City, who Is an uncle of Mrs. Pago, I wns called, and a trained nurse from ! Binghamton Is In attendance. Un to the ...

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

THE WEATHER-Wcdnesdny fnlr and warmer wcntlicr will prevail, with llftlit and warmer wcntlicr will prevnll. ." tc ' 8 Jf K" 0 & i Seml-Wcckly Founded 'A V. Wayne County QjHn 1908 or the Weekly Founded, 1844 J W J .5 . .M J J .X Jit J J . ! S ' REPUBLICAN ,S 4 v't . vJ vtf . , J J , 67th YEAR. HONESDALB, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1910. NO. 45 WON'T El SUKE I Pennsylvania Miners Refuse to Return to Work. r- . - PRIESTS WORK FOR PEACE. ! Representatives of Nonunion Men Ask Italian Consul to Act Hs Brings About Conference, but No Final Deolslon Is Reached. i possessor 01 u.ui uuuy iu inline ihs way in the world. Now, alcohol, tak Wilkesbarre, Pa., June ".A largo i en In what Is considered moderation, majority of the 12,000 striking mine lessens the power of the body to work ,,.. , .,..i..i n'd to maintain its heat supply, workers of the Pennsylvania Goal Th,s concluslon ,B based uon ex. have voted against ending the strike i nerlments conducted upon largo num untll the comp...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 June 1910

Till: CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1010. In Memory g of I (vfkiir-6rt Cueist 1 ONSinnUAHLK In terest Is being manifested nil over the country In the beautiful nnd strik ing equestrian stat ue of G e n e r u 1 George A. Custer recently placed In Monroe, Mich., in honor of the great Indian lighter, nnd invitations to bo present at its dedication wore gladly accepted by many noted army men nnd civilians, including President Taft. The figure Is the work of the sculptor Edwin C. Potter of Greenwich, Conn., who received his commission for the work in tills way: About three years ago n bill was in troduced In the Michigan legislature appropriating ?2o,000 for a Custer me morial, nnd olllcers and soldiers who had served in the first brigade of cav alry raised in the Wolverene State dur ing the civil war were instrumental in securing its adoption. The governor nppotnted three olllcers who had serv ed in the Michigan brigade Colonel George G. Brlggs, General J. II. KIdd nnd Lieutenant F. Nlms ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 June 1910

THI2 CITIZEN, WKDNKSDAY, JUNli 8, 1010. THE GRANGE von cut WOIIMS. Several 1'ennsylvnnln farmers have recently written to State Zoologist Surface, Harrlsburg, stating that cut worms are unusually bad tills year and beseeching him for a recom mendation of a rolioblo remedy. A Dauphin county farmer writes that a neighbor got two quarts of cut worms from around his sweet pota to vines and wants to known how to destroy them. In his reply Prof. Surface said: "Evidence comes from different parts of the state that these pests are unusually numerous and destruc tive this year. The proper course would have been to have destroyed them by plowing the ground early In the fall and cultivating it by deep harrowing with a spring-toothed harrow until it was so frozen as to prevent further cultivation. Then coiumenco cultivation as early as possible in the spring. The fall plowing and late and early cultiva tion helps to destroy these pests ns well as wireworms, root lice, ants, webworras and other ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 June 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1010. THE CITIZEN rUDUSIlF.t) EVERT WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY BY the cmtEK runusiit.No company. Entered as second-class matter, nt the post olllcc. Honcsdnle, l'n. SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 K. n.HAKDKNlJKHGH. PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SKC'Y directors: c. n. dorfmnokr. m. b. allen, benry wilson. e. r. ii ardeniiekoii. W. W. WOOD. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, HMO. While the girl of the period Is shin ing In the pnrlor, her mother Is shin ing in the kitchen. There Is complaint from nil quar ters of bad roads In America. There Is also n popular cry of "Down with contract penitentiary labor!" Now, what is there to hinder the employ ment of prison convicts on the pub lic highways all over the country? By this means In a few years we might have perfect roads everywhere, and such employment of convict labor would Interfere with no freeman's trade. Working the roads Is the bane of the farmer's life. We are glad to announce that the differences existing between the Irv ing...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 June 1910

fllE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1010. i CENT A WORD COLUMN ALL persons nro forbidden tres passing on my property nt Adnms Lake, Genungtown, under pennlty of law. ALONZO J. WILLIAMS. 3t DOKIN, tho real estato man, has leased the entire upper portion of a large brick building on Sixth street (formerly Llederkranz hall), and workmen are transforming It Into an up-to-date storage house, with sep arate apartments for everybody's furniture, etc. Matched floors, per fect roof, no mice, watchman there night and day. Easy terms. All ready! Come on with the goods! Tho Honesdalo Footwear Co. Miss Kathcrlno Fitch entertain- Mrs. Ada Kelly left on Friday now gives employment to some forty ed tho card club laBt Friday evening, morning for a trip to Niagara Foils, operators. Prompton Sunday school will : Attorney H. M. Salmon made a Apparently only a small percent- observe Children's day Juno 12, nt business trip to Scranton on Tucs- age of voters exercised their prlvllego 10:30. dny. of voting a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 June 1910

THE CITIZEN', WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1010. Woman's World I Little Princess Mnry Her Father's Chum, l'llINCESa MARY. England will now have three queens, the queen downger, the now queen nnil Princess Mary. The Intter is the only girl among the six children In the roy nl household nnd lias long been n pet of the English nation. She celebrated bcr twelfth birthday on the 2oth of last October and is said to be as pret ty and lovable a little princess as ever lived outside a book of fairy tales. I'rinccss Mary was always a great favorite with King Edward, who kept her constantly In his company at San dringbani or Balmoral. "Mary Is as much a boy as the rest of them," her father said once. "She enters Into the sports and recreations of her brothers with enthusiasm and can hold her own with them In most games." Plays Cricket Like Boy. She can play cricket and boasts of having once "clean bowled" Prince Arthur of Connaught with the first ball she pitched to him. She practical ly lives In the op...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 June 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1010. NE3T8 THAT WEIGH TON9. TH'e of the Australian Junnle Fowl Are Often 15 Feet In Height. In Australia nrc to bo found tlio Inmost, heaviest nnd most peculiar nojta In the world. llieso aro the uosts of the Junglo fovrl, so-called, and aro built In the form of great mounds, the average reeisurcmcnt In height being 15 feot nnd tho circumference 150 feet. Tho ncsta are crctcd In secluded shelter spots and, as In tho case of tho small nes'? of blrdB, thoy are skilfully In terwoven with loaves, grass and twigd nr.d such other suitable material na tho fowl may be nblo to procure. A similar system Is follow.jd by tho bus'i turkey, whose home Is, however, more' comprehensive in denlgn. Ua shnro Is pyramidal. It has been ns Ecrled by Australian naturalists that the ncsta of the bush turkeys, which live in colonies, nre so largo that to move them requires tho services of six or seven men. The mnU-rlal of a single nest has been found to weigh upward of Ave 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. — 8 June 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1010. OOO00O0XXXXXKOOOOCXXJCXXXX)OO0 QOCOCOCX&OCCOQOOOOQOOOO A CHAT WITH OUR NEIGHBORS JCJOOOOCOOCOOOOOOCXSOOCXXJOOOO nui'osiT, x. v. Richard W. Pen warden, of Hones tla.e, was n business cnllcr In Do posit on Tuesday, Philip Krantz, of Honesdale, spcntl Wednesday here looking after bust ness Interests. William T. Heft of Honesdale, spent Memorial Day with his son, W. F. Heft, of 51 Pine street. Emmonds Tennant spent Memor ial Day In Honesdnle. The Deposit Choral Society held a recital In Odd Fellows' Hall on Tuesday evening of last week, which was largely attended and greatly enjoyed. SHERMAN. Mr. and Mrs. .1. F. Reynolds spent their forty-first wedding anniversary with their son, D. F. Reynolds, In Binghamton. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Starblrd, of Preston Park, Pa., visited relatives In town the ilrst of the week. Mrs. William O. Curtis is visiting relatives In Winwood. Charles Lincoln and daughter Mamie, spent Thursday in Deposit The illustrated lect...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 June 1910

THE WEATHER On Friday partly cloudy weather and slowly rl'lnj? t nicrnturcs will iroTnll. ( K" " C jC tC so jc jo jo jo jf tc T? Scml-VVcckly Founded k 1908 k - Weekly Founded. 1844 J Jfi Jl & J & J Jt Jt S w J J J ! vt s" " m' rf j." jo r :p j.- to jo k ounly Organ f the " ICAN PARTI o 4t 5 67th YEAR. HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1910. NO. 46 i tgi& Sift MM) START Col. Roosevelt Sails From Europe Tomorrow. HE IS BUSY PACKING TODAY. Tour of Foreign Capitals Ended No More Kings to Hobnob With Prep, arations Completed For Great Reception In New York, London, June 0. Tomorrow Colonel Tbeodouo Roosevelt will nay farewell to Europe mid sail back to America. Today will end his remarkable pe riod of speeehmnklng and hobnobbing with kings. As the tioC of departure Is 80 near, Colonel and Mrs. Roosevelt were chief ly engaged today In the packing of their belongings for the voyage across the Atlantic. Colonel Roosevelt declares that he has not nsked for nor will b...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 June 1910

this crnzux, fkiday, junk 10, joio. SQfflSJpO. New York Ghiof Brands Subordinates Inefficient. 13M5CTH1CITY MILKS COWS. ASSAILS CIVIL SERVIGC MEN. Accused Fire Fighters Declare Croker Is Trying to Arouse Public Senti ment In Favor of Old Political System Two Killed at Fire. New York, Juno 7. IiullKtuint civil service firemen totln.v brand Chief Croker's ernsntlonnl ntlnck upon the personnel of the New York lire depart ment ns a uenrtlcsN effort to use the denth of two heroic fire fighters an the means of creating public sentiment In favor of .ipiln "putting the depart ment Into politics" and allowing poli ticians to secure appointments for their friends and relatives regardless of their fitness for the service. Tliey point to the present high average of the department as shown by records of actunl work. According to Chief Croker, a panic among the firemen lighting the blare In the Krce Storage warehouse yester day was responsible for the death of two members of the department find t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 June 1910

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, ,71'NE 10, J010. defer mm. Western Lines Agree to Postpone Higher Charges, WAIT FOR NEW RAILROAD LAW PROFESSIONAL! CAKDS. Attorncvs-ot-Lnw. H WILSON, . ATTORNEY A COUNBEI.OIt-AT-I.AW. Olllce. Mnponlc hvtldlne, second floor iiuuctu.'iiu. rn. Ut'M. II. LEE, I I I ATTORNEY .t COUNHKLOh-AT-LAW. Office over post olllce. All IcchI business I promptly attended to. Honesdale, l'a. Til C. MUMFOKD, JL. ATTORNEY A COUN8EI.UIl-AT-r.AW . Olllce Liberty Hall lmlhlltij.', opposite tho Post Olllce. lloncjdnle. I'o. Shippers Discuss President Taft's Statement Concerning Purpose of Injunction Cannot Reconcile It With Wickersham's Papers. EOMER GREENE. ATTORNEY A COtJNSEI.OR-AT-I.AW. Olllce over Itch's store. HmieMltile l'a. Washington, .lime 7. Shippers ev erywhere nre today Interestedly dis cussing the statement issued by Presi dent Tnft followlnp his conference with railroad presidents concerning the government's action In securing rii Injunction to prevent the proposed June In...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 June 1910

TIIK C1TIZKX, FRIDAY, JIXE 10, 1010. THE CITIZEN rUBLIBtlED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY BY Tint cmzRii runUBiiiiso company, Entered us pecond-rlnss innttor, nt the post olllcc. Ilonesdule. Pa. SUBSCRIPTION K, U. HAKDKNIIEIIOII, PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. MANAGER AND SKC'Y DIRECTOKb: O. II. D0RFI.1NIIKK. M. II. AI.LKN. dKNRY WILSON. G. 1!. HARDE.VnERC11l. W. W. WOOD. Kill DAY, .ll'XH 10, 1010. REPUBLICAN TICKET. DISTRICT. For Congress, C. C. PRATT. For State Senator, WINFKED D. LEWIS. COUXTY. Representative, H. C. JACKSON. Printers' Ink marks the path to riches anil fame. Try it. Never bo In dobt for a luxury or an unnecessary article of any de scription. If one must die of overdrinking how pleasant it must be to have the coroner's physician call it "refined alcoholism." Bring the news to this office. Wc are always glad to have our subscrib ers send or bring us items of news. Send in anything but politics and we shall be thankful. It pays to read the advertisements of enterprising home mer...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 June 1910

fME ITNZKN, I'll! DAY, JUNK 10, 1010. t 1 CENT A WORD COLUMN! VOIt SAIjK C1IKA1 Set bath room fixtures, tub, lnvatory and closet; nlso two doors and one plat form spring delivery wagon. F. G. TEIUVILLIQEK. Honesdale, Pa. 2t. FOK KENT The Hudson proper ty, corner Park and East streets, ln qulre of DOK1X, 1312 Spring St. It AMj persons are forbidden tres passing on my property at Adams Lake, Genungtown, under penalty of law. ALOXZO J. WILLIAMS. 3t PAKTXKK WANTED The un dersigned offers half Interest In the Tnvares Herald ofllee, Tavares, Fin. Organ of Democratic party for Lake county and only paper at the county seat. Copy or the Herald may bo seen at "Citizen" ofllce. Address T. I. CAItNS, Tavaras, Fla. tf. DESIKAIHJ: lMCOPEUTY KOlt SALE Residence of the late H. C. Hand, located at the corner of Cnurch nnd Eleventh streets; 75 feet on Church street and 120 feet on Elev enth street, together with house and harn. For Information concerning above property, address V. H. Si one. Court st...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 June 1910

THE CITIZLIN, FMDAY, JUNE 10, 1010. JOHN F. FITZGERALD. Boston Mayor Is Studying Now York Municipal Improvements, Now York, .tunc ".Mayor Gayuor received a visit from Boston's mayor, John I Fitzgerald, who drove down to the city hall In a bin automobile and spent Fome time there. With Mayor Fitzgerald was City Engineer Jackson of Boston. Mr. Fitzgerald told Mr. Gaynor that he came down to Now York city to Inspect the Improve ments hereabout, particularly with re spect to the aquarium and the zoolog ical parks. TEN MEN BURIED. Workmen Meet With Serious Accident In New York Excavation. New York, Juno 7. The cable of n huge derrick which Is used to hoist a giant Iron bucket from the excavations on the site of tho old Fourth Avenue Presbyterian church at the northwest corner of Fourth avenue and Twenty second street snapped when the buck et was forty feet up In the air, and ten workmen were burled under two tons of dirt. The skull of Vletro Massl was frac tured, and he will die. John Fr...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 June 1910

THE CITIZKX, FRIDAY, .11 N13 JO, 1010. Commeini'3: Of Interest to Women Readers A NEW REFRIGERATOR. Drawers Swing In and Out In Place of Having Shelves. A different kind of refrigerator has b' .-ii Invented by n Georgia man and i '.own In the cut. In place of t "... rov of Bhelvas with which the ordl-n-refrigerator 1b equlPPod this m-w h chest has a scries of drnwois, vv.vh awing in and out and which wake tho nrtlcles kept within much e.iier of access. The ice eompnr' ir.e:it Is at tho top. ns in most other typ-s, and alongside it in one corner Is a row of shelves which lift up, and on which may be kept those things which should be close to the Ice. The lower part of tho refrigerator is equip ped with drawors which swing in and out on a hinge at one side. They io rounded at one end and only rorre out a certain distance. That par of the bottom of the drawer which -tends outside when the latter its moved to the limii of its outws.nl range is solid, tho other segment be ing perforated ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 June 1910

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1010. OOCOOOOOOCCOOOOOOCOOQOCCXXXC A CHAT WITH OUR NEIGHBORS CXXXXXXXXXXCXXXOCXXXXXXXXX)CXC5000000CXOCXXXXXXXOCXXXX STERLING. Children's Day will bo observed next Sundny. The Ladles' Aid mot nt the church on Wednesday. A son of It. L. Cross wns Injured by a kick yenrs ago, and has ueen nt n Scrnnton hospital before, but ns he has not Hilly recovered, he was tak en bnck again yesterday. Rev. H. G. Harnsel. agent 01 Bible Society, prenched hero Sunday to n full house, and took up a collection. The school directors had their usu al nnnunl meeting .Monday, and many are now anxious to know how much we are in debt and about what the new school levy will be. MILANVILLE. Mrs. 1). 11. Bench Is entertaining her granddaughter. Miss Gladys Mc- Cullougb. and her friend. Miss 1 Stump, of Now York City. Mrs. E. A. Carpenter, who nas been j visiting in town, went to New York , City on Wednesday. Mrs. trod Hickart. of Ilonosdale. recently was the guest of Mrs. F. 1). Ca...

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