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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 August 1910

niE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, AVflUST 31, 1010. CENT A WORD COLUMN TKY ft lG-cent hot lunch, served nt Hetimann's rcstnurnnt from 11.30 to 1.30 p. in. WOMAN WANTED for kitchen. Good wages. Houmnnn's Rcstaurnnt. VOll SALE A Ford rondBter; flrst class. A. E. BRYANT. 6Dt2 WNTE1) A good licensed com mercial hotel, 2G to 30 rooms. Must bear Investigation. Send full pnrtlculnrB by letter. Address Com mercial, Cramercy Hotel, Asbury Park, N. J. 3t col. WANTED Canvassers to sell pet ticoats. Liberal commission paid. Economy Mfg. Co., Rockwood, N. Y. 67t4 KOK RENT Three .rooms .on Spring street. 1231 Spring street. 2t. FOR SALE High bred trotting nnd pacing horses, brood mares and colts. A number can show 2.30 or better. A chance to get a good horse worth the money. J. J. Jer myn, 119 Wyoming avenue, Scran ton, Pa. CltS AVANTED Experienced girl for general house work. Mrs. Shirley, Main street. eoitf. I OFFER FOR SALE an up-to-date home near T. B. Clark's cutting shop. DOR1N. 5"tl FOR SALE Kelly &...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 August 1910

niE CITIZEN, AVKDXHSDAY, AUGUST 01, 1010. PURPOSE OF PARKS. Tbty Should Be For All th Peopfi All tha Time. rrospcctlvo homo hunters nro more likely to locate In a town that has n park than one without any, provided the place Is satisfactory In other re spects. Even a few acres tnstcfullj laid out with lawn, flower beds mid n playground for the young folks will be a pleasant spot where both the poot and the rich can spend many happj hours. A small section of o large city park is devoted to n rosary with n beautl ful rose walk. This Idea can corIIj bo carried out In n small park at e within n town Is not n park, nor will It ever bvs until used. One of tho lend ing park men of the United States has made the point that a great collection of buHdlugs docs not make n city oj town, but n great collection of people docs, and they flud the buildings con venlent. almost necessary. The people who use the land constitute the park for without them It would bo useless. A ROSE WALK. moderate expen...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 August 1910

rinj cinzEN, aveiiKhsday, august ai, ioio. 1 4 4 M M M 444-H--H- IN THE ht - M - PLAYERS' SEAL VALUE UNCERTAIN Ball Tosser Who Looks Like Star Often Proves Failure. GEORGE STONE AN EXAMPLE, Few Yoars Ago St. Louis Americans Outfielder Would Have Drought Dig Sum, but Not Now Other Cracks Whose Brilliancy Has Faded. Star baseball players are certainly a mighty risky commodity. Oho year a player may show to advantage, look as. If lie was worth $50,000 to his club, cause his owner to turn down ali kinds of fabulous offers for his services and the following year prove a big failure. While every club owner Is In the bnsobnll business to get the money, Btlll It's the ono ambition of every own er and manager to win pennants; oth crwlso tlicro would bo much more trading and selling of players among the various clubs of the majors and minors. Civic pride often keeps an owner from selling one of his stars for a big sum. Tho fact that such a sale may also bring upon his bead the .wrath of tho f...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 31 August 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 01, 1010. VALUABLE NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING TOWNS tx Important Happenings and Personal Items Contrlb- u uted by THE CITIZEN'S Corps of Correspondents. $ INDIAN ORCHARD. Siininici' llonrricrs Continue to Make .Merry Orchard Inspector Calls Ilnschall. The boarders here nnd at the lnko are beginning to leave nnd go to their several homes. Wo are sorry to see them go. They are the best lot of people that ever visited this place. Mrs. W. D. Hiller of Susquehanna is visiting her mother, Mrs. Charles Smith. She expects her husband to Join her this week, when they will visit Mr. HUlcr's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jacob Ililler of East Beach lake. John Spry took a large load of young people from her nnd Beach lake to Narrowsburg Thursday even lug. They attended a dance and tripped the light fantastic until nearly morning. Mrs. Isabella Ham, who has been visiting relntives here, returned to Scranton Mondny. Mrs. Ray Bayly, daughter Mil dred and son, Edwin, of East Hones...

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

THE WEATHER Friday overcast weather nnd nearly stationary tcnipeintnm will prevail, with fresh vnrlnblo winds and on Saturday partly cloudy. f tf t' V H X K" ? li K MSfl If tf V Wayne CotinjKpf)rgan j I ot W ' REPUBLIC ?ARTY Scml-Wcekly Founded vt k 1908 y k v, k Weekly Founded, 1844 J 67th YEAE. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1910. NO 70 Ctteea OFF FOR PHILLIE TRAMPER TA11ER, OX WAY FROM j AUUUHN TO QUAKER CITY, GOES TJ I HOUGH WAYNE COUX- j TY AX1) HATS AND SIjHKI'B AT WlXWOOl) AND HONESDALE AVERAGES OVBIl 20 MILES A DAY. A tall, lathy, pleasant-faced young fellow with eyeglasses and a cane walked Into the Wayne hotel at C o'clock Wednesday night and said ho was walking from Auburn, N. Y., to Philadelphia and guessed Hones dale would be a good place to stop over night. Ho said he was C. F. Taber, employed In tho Quaker City but living In Bordentown, N. J., a Burlington county village 25 miles up the Delaware. Mr. Taber walked from Auburn to Chenango Forks, N. Y fr...

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

If T1IE CITIZEN, FlttlUY, SKl'TEMIUin 2, 1010. his am Kansas Prrgresve Lea J ts Greet Gol. Roosevelt. HE ARRiVES AT OSAWATOr.V.L Whllo Former President Is Touring West, New York Supporterr Agree to Fight For Him In Republic an State Convention. Osnwntomlo, Knn.. Aujr. 31. In tlio crowd which shouted Itself hoarse to tiny when Colonel Itoosevelt arrived were ninny descendnntR of followers of John Hrown, who waited cxpectiintlj to hear what the former president would have to say of thnt famous char ncter of national nnd Kansas history Mr. Itoosevelt's day began with nicot ine; Governor Stutibs, Congressmen Murdock and Madison and Senator Brlstow. When he gets through here he will dine with the insurgents at Governor Stubbs' home in Lawrence. He will start for Kansas City tomorrow. In Ills impromptu speeches on the way here Colonel Itoosevelt continued to say interesting things. "I nni ready and nnxlous." he said at Colorado Springs, "to do my share In the work there Is before us, I be...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 September 1910

TUB CITIZEN, FRIDAY, SKITE-MRHR 2, 1010. OOOOOOOOCXJOCKKJOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC A CHAT WITH OUR NEIGHBORS 5 CXXXXXOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOO USWICK & LAKEVILLE. Mr. AhrenB of Now York, who litis been spending a week at John Reer's at Arlington, had returned. Miss Constance Qulnlln, who has been sojourning with Mr. and Mrs. C. n. Sanders a week, has returned. Mrs. Wnck and son, Miss Schu maker, Miss Bagy, Mr. Schuraakcr, Mr. and Mrs. Seltzer and son and daughter spent Saturday afternoon at Oehler's. Miss Christina Oehlcr returned homo with them and spent the evening. Mrs. Georgo Purdy of Honesdalo and a party of Honesdalo women nnd Miss C. D. Purdy visited the Misses Keith at Uswlck Friday. Miss C. D. Purdy remained at Uswlck. Albert Scldel is at home at Us wlck visiting his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Hart and four children came to Uswlck Sat urday. They visited Uswlck friends and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Crane. They returned Mon day. Jacob Sleezer Is very ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 September 1910

iiiis citizen, Friday, September 2, 1010. THE CITIZEiN rUBLISIIKD EVERY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY BY THE CITIZEN FUnLISHING COMrANY. Entered ns sccond-clnss matter, nt the post olllce. Honcsdalc. 1'a. SUBSCRIPTION $1.60 K, Jl. JIAHDKNI1KI101I, - PllKSlDKNT W. W. WOOD. - MANAGKIl AND SKC'Y BILLIARD UIIUCK - EDITOR DIRrCTOBS: C. D. DORrLINOER. M. B. ALLF.N. flENRY WIL60N. E. 11. HARDENRERalt. W. W. WOOD. FRIDAY, SEPT. 2, 11)10. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Governor JOHN K. TENER. For Lieutenant Governor JOHN M. REYNOLDS. Secretary o Internal Affairs HENRY HOUCK. Stato Treasurer CHAS. F. WRIGHT. For Congress, C. C. PRATT. For State Senator, WINFRED D. LEWIS. COUNTY. Representative, H. C. JACKSON. Bishop Fallows says that hope is the best remedy for the blues. That recalls the fact that an Irishman said the best way to cure Insomnia Is to go to sleep and forget all about it. Louisville Courier-Journal. It is true that Marse HENRY sometimes goes to sleep, but not in slumbers that are produced by In...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 September 1910

niE CITIZEN, FUIDAY, SKITEMUKU 2, J 010. CENT A WORD gl)OI3IOIGIOK0!eiOK)IO)OIC FOR SALE OK HUNT A house on Wood avenue. For particulars Inquire of Mrs. M. J. Kelly, 1704 Wood avenue. 70elC LOST On road to Seolyvtllo, Beth any, Honesdalc, a chatelaine bng containing small sum of money, handkerchief and Erie ticket, Hones dale to West Hawley, dated Aug. 17th. Finder return to MRS. LEON BOSS, 4 Durland Block. 70tl TUY a 15-cent hot lunch, served nt Heumann's restaurant from 11.30 to 1.30 p. m. WOMAN WANTED for kitchen. Good wages. Heumann's Restaurant. FOR SALE A Ford roadster; first class. A. E. BRYANT. C9t2 WANTED A good licensed com mercial hotel, 25 to 30 rooms. Must bear Investigation. Send full particulars by letter. Address Com mercial, Gramercy Hotel, Asbury Park, N. J. 3t eol. FOR SALE High bred trotting and pacing horses, brood mares and colts. A number can show 2.30 or better. A chance to get a good horse worth the money. J. J. Jer myn, 119 Wyoming avenue, Scran ton, Pa. Ol...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 September 1910

HIE CITIZEN, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 8, 1010. LABOR VOTE WILL LINE UP FOR TENER Republican Nominee Popular WitD Worklngmen, FROM MILL BOY TO GOVERNOR Former President of Amalgamated Iron and Steel Workers Tells of In terest of Candldato In Wageearnera. Special Correspondence Pittsburg, Aug. 30. Although the gubernatorial cam paign In Pennsylvania has hardly got ten well under way, one fact has been demonstrated, and that is that John Klnlcy Toner, the Republican nominee (or governor, Is going to be one of tho most popular candidates with the worklngmen that ever ran on a state ticket This is not surprising to those fa miliar with his record and who Imvo followed his course both in private and public life. His whole history Is that of a man who has worked hard himself and who is in full sympathy with labor by reason of his associations with the wage earners from his boyhood days. Any one who, like Mr. Tener, had to begin at tho very bottom of life's lad der and depend upon his own energy an...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 September 1910

'JCTTE CII1ZEN, FHIDAY, SEPTRM11KU 2, 1010. KILL UjfS TALE Woodruff Tells of His Big Adirondack Estate. STATE COULDN'T BUY LAND. Durant, the Former Owner, He Sayi, Wouldn't Sail Until New York Re publican Chairman Decided to Pay $12 an Acre. Albany, Aug. 30. Timothy L. Wood ruff, chairman of tho Republican stnto committee, was niiparcntly not pleased by several of the questions put to him When ho appeared beforo the Hughes commission to testify, nt his own re quest, concerning his 1,000 acre Kamp Kill Kare tract in tho Adlroudaeks. This is the parcel he bought for $12 nn acre when he was lieutenant gov ernor and president, In behalf of tho stnte, of the forest preserve board. He said In answer to an Inquiry that the state land purchasing bonrd, when lie wns a member as lieutenant gov ernor, paid $1,500 In 1001 to Welling ton Kcnwell for the latter's Interest and household effects In a twenty room boarding house on state land eleven miles from Kamp Kill Knre. After ward the building ...

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

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER C, 1010. COUNTY 9 CORRESPONDENCE. HAMLIN. Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Ellis nnd two children nnd Miss Ellis of Scranton aro occupying Mrs. Sallnda Jones' cottage. Mrs. W. H. Alt. Elba Alt and Elraa Peet aro rusticating at Big pond. H. D. Spangenberg returned to Deposit, N. Y Wednesday, after spending n few days with his par ents at Bldwell pond. Mrs. Susie Lamm and children of Dalevlllo have been visiting Mrs. P. A. Abbey. Miss D. P. Hamlin has gono to Hackettstown, N. J., for a 10 days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Pelton are getting nicely settled In their new homo. Mrs. Angellno Williams Is lmprov-ia lng very slowly, Mr. and Mrs. Will West of Sus- quehanna have been visiting at Ar- thur West's, John Boyce of Philadelphia is spending his vacation with his par ents nt the M. E. parsonage. Mrs. Julius Paull of Schenectady, N. Y Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Kimble. The Buckingham reunion, held In the grove at Treslarvlllo Saturday was a decided suc...

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

THE WKATUISU On Wednesday partly cloudy weather will prcrnll with llgnt southwesterly winds and slightly lower temperatures. K,cs,lC,oo,f'',n'K,c,K, Scml-Wcckly Founded y) k 1908 tfi Vi Weekly Founded, 1844 J k w VtPVtrtctrtrtctr I- Wayne k k rgan REPUBLI PARTY H i & .x .5 x NO 71 67th YEAR. HONE SD ALB, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1910. BOIL THAT WATER! DANIELS GETS 00T Cttott CourjESD of tmSW mm .ire 24 AM) SO ESCAPE TYPHOID GHHMS THAT MAi LIE IN HONKS-' DAIjU'S DItlNIUNG SUPPLY, i SAYS COUNTY MEDICAL IN-1 SPKCTOK TWO WELLS AND) ONE TAP HEPOBTED OFF' COIiOIt. "Honesdale people had better boll their water, In order to bo on the safe side," said County Medical In spector H. B. Ely to the newspaper men today. "All well water, spring water and city water should bo boil ed thoroughly." Dr. Ely said he had today report ed two more cases of typhoid on River street. They are: Mrs. Anna Wannacott, 3S years old, daughter of Mrs. Henrietta Walters. Mabel, eight-year-old daugh...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 September 1910

THE CITIZEN, WKIlXKHIiAY, SEPT. 7, 1010. STOBSES 0 TH Bobby Wallace Talks AM Play log Shortficld Position, LOTS OF GRAY MATTER NEEDL Managers In Big Leagues Prefer M Who Have Fine Baseball Erair- i Those That Possess Natural A b i I i Without Good Noodle. No. XXI. By DOBDY WALLACE. Copyright, 1910, by Atnurlcn.li I'ress Asno elation. Thu baseball player of today nrmls. lots of gray uiuttur In order to stay lb the game. This Is my theory. The man who keeps his thinking apparatus working all the time is thu one that remains In the game season after sea son, winning the approbation of thf fans u ml the satisfaction that eoin with a thing well done. Managers are looking for the fellows who can thin;, quickly and correctly and use their gin matter to the best possible advantage lie is always willing to pay nlnuMt any amount for a man who con pnl: off the seemingly Impossible. Natural ability is a wonderful asset There are many managers and owner who say, "Give me a man with thi natural a...

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

CITI.liN. WEDNESDAY, SKIT. 7, 1010. OOOOOOOCXXX000XXXXX)0 A CHAT WITH OUR NEIGHBORS 5cXXX)CXXXXOOOOCXX3CXX3XXOOOO0OOOOO0OOOCXOOCXOOCXXKX300O FALLSDALE. The drought wns becoming serious In this section. Farmers wcro ob liged to feed their cows to keep ui milk supply. Wells and strenms were getting low. Corn Is coming on fine nnd many fine pieces of en sllnge are being raised. The apple crop will not averago 25 per cent. Penrs are abundant. Oats n fine growth of straw but light In grain. Rye Is heavy and of enormous growth In strnw. M. G. Noble nnd A. E. Sheard have purchased a gasoline engine for, cutting ensilage and other farm purposes. J. M. Burchcr Is having steam heaters Installed In his residence. V. II. Crocker Is putting cement floors throughout his barn basement. The work Is being done by Simon Skinner. E. C. Noble Is laying foundation for a new barn with basement stables. Oliver Wood Is residing his house and adding a kitchen. , A meeting was called one evening last week to...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 September 1910

1HB CITIZEN, AVKDXKSOAY, SKIT. 7, 1010. THE CITIZEN rcBuansD kvert Wednesday and Friday by THE CITIZEN rCnMBniKQ COMTANV. Entered as seootul-clnss mnttcr, nt the post olllce. Honesdale. Pa. SUBSCRIPTION 1.60 H. B. HAKDKNIiKHaH, - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SKC'Y BILLIARD I1RUUE - EDITOR directors: c. u. dorfunoer. m. b. alten. BElfRY WILSON. E. B. IIARDESBERQIt. W. W. WOOD. WKDXKSDAV, SUl'T. 7, 1010. KEl'UHLlCAX TICKET. For Governor JOHN K. TENER. For Lieutenant Governor JOHN M. REYNOLDS. Secretary of Internal Affairs HENRY HOUCK. State Treasurer CHAS. F. WRIGHT. For Congress, C. C. PRATT. For State Senator, WINFRED D. LEWIS. COUNTY. Representative, H. C. JACKSON. FAK.MIXG IX THE SCHOOLS. The statement of the superintend ent of the Pennsylvania State Board of Public Instruction relative to the plan to teach practical farming in the schools is printed in a conspicu ous place In The Citizen today. We trust every man and woman with children yes, and every man and woman that ex...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 September 1910

ITIE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 7, 110. CENT A WORD COLUMN IlIUDGE llLIliDKltS Dlds will be received by the commissioners of Wnyne county at their ofllco In Honesdale for the construction of bridges ns follows: Concrete bridge at Stnrrucca, 32 feet, span, 14 feet, roadway. Concrete bridge near Starlight, 24 feet span, 14 feet road way; Iron bridge over Lackawaxen near Hawley, 150 feet span, 14 feet roadway. Plans and specifications at Commissioners offlce. All bids must bo on file on or boforo 10 a. m. Wednesday, Sept. 14, 1910. Commissioners reserve the right to reject any or all bids. FOK SALE OK KENT A house on Wood avenue. For particulars Inquire of Mrs. M. J. Kelly, 1704 Wood avenue. 70elG TltV a 15-ccnt hot lunch, served at Hcumann's restaurant from 11.30 to 1.30 p. m. WOMAN WANTED for kitchen. Good wages. Hcumann's Restaurant. roil SALE A Ford roadster; first class. A. E. BRYANT. GSt2 WANTED A good licensed com mercial hotel, 25 to 30 rooms. Must bear Investigation. Send full ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 September 1910

niE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 7, 1010. . Finding Mark Twain by Faltli. One ovcnlug u few years ago Brandcr Matthews and Francis Wilson were dining together at tho Players club of Now York, when the former tnnilo the suggestion that they write n letter to Mark Twain. "But," objected Mr. Wil son, "wo don't know whero ho Is," for It was at u tltnc when Mr. Clemens was away traveling somewhere. "Oh," said Professor Matthews, "that does not mnke any difference. It Is sure to And him. I think he is some place In Europe, so we had better put. on a flvo cent stamp." So the two sat down and composed n letter, which they ad dressed to "Mark Twain. God Knows Where." Within three weeks they received a reply from Mr. Clemens which sold briefly. "Oo did." The letter had been sent by the New York postofflco to Ilnrper & Bros., thence to Chatto & Wlndus of London, thence to n bank In Vienna and from tho bank to the small town In Austria In which Mark Twain happened to bo staying. Book- Mode...

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

TOE CIWZEN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 7, 1010. i METHODS OF MILKING. Properly Done It Adds Considerably to tho Ycnrs' Income. Tho averngo observer Is probably not aware that there aro moro ways of milking thnn ono. This remark la meant to apply to hand milking. Every dairyman, especially thoBo with large herdB, knows that tho dif ference between skilful and unskil ful milking Is ono that will affect bis account book considerably In a year's time. An experiment to dem onstrate the value of export as against Inexpert milking was carried out recently nt Ontario Collego. Tho Inexperienced milker generally drew from one to two pounds less at a day's milking than tho careful oper ator. Where a herd of CO cows Is milked dally this would mean a dif ference of about CO gallons a day In the yield. Some cows aro of such a disposi tion that no change of surroundings or milkers seems to affect them. Many, on the other hand, aro ex tremely nervous. The temperament of each cow should be studied, In order 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. — 7 September 1910

TUB CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 7, 1010. -f-u a 4- n u VALUABLE NEWS FROM Important Happenings and Personal Items Contrib uted by THE CITIZEN'S Corps of Correspondents. n44--f:t-ftt-ftttttt-f4-tt-f:ttt-ftt'ftt'ftt4-tt4tttt-ftttHtt-f4 GOULDSBORO. Pretty Jjlttte Birthday Party nt Smith Home Peoplo That Come nml (Jo. Mr. ami Mrs. M. E. Smith de lightfully entertained at their home on Maple Hill Thursday from 2 un til 5 a uumber of children, the oc casion being the eleventh birthday of their daughter, Margaret. A most enjoyable time was had by all. Games were played on the lawn and Ice cream, cake, candy and other refreshments were served by Miss Helen Smith. Margaret received many pretty birthday gifts during the afternoon. A number of adults called and extended their good wishes. Those present were Hilda Tot, Marjorle Eilenberger, Mary Falrless, Helen Latham, Emily Gar- agan, Ruth Dowllng, Isabello Court ney, Virginia Drown, Harry Eilen berger, Paul Surplus, Paul DuTot and Luther Smeltz...

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