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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 November 1910

THE WEATHER On Wednesday continued fair wnthcr with slowly falling temperatures will prevail and Jlght tvegtcrly wind?, ir w tc vr tc W k tr tc tc ic tc to tt Scml-Wcckly Founded tj 1908 j Weekly Founded, 1844 J tftictt Wayl&yf.ounty Organ 5 5Bf the S REPff MCAN PARTY 1 &JtJJ4t ,5 , .tf J J .Jt Jl J iV - 67th YEAR' HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1910. NO 87 E COMMON PLEAS OCTOHER TERM OK OOUKT COMICS TO AN END SATURDAY MORNING TWELVE CASKS DISPOSED OK DISTRICT AT TORNEY CONGRATULATED ON GOOD WORK. Friday Morning. The first item of business at tho opening of the Friday morning ses .slon of court was the charge to the jury In the Lake Lodore case. Judge Searle thought that all foreigners coming to this country should be made to reallzo that this is a "land -of liberty but not of lawlessness and license." The charge to the jury wai Interrupted for a few minutes so that two of the defendants could be brought over from Jail. The caso of the Commonwealth vs. Joe...

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 November 1910

THE CITlHtfN, WKDNKSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1010. CANE TO SPL IT SCOTLAND A Short Gut For Warships Into North Sea, COST WILL BE $120,000,000, Proposed Huge Commercial Water way lo Be 51 Miles Long, 149 Feet Wide and 36 Feet Deep, and Con struction Will Be Assisted by British Government. The picturesque waters of Loch Lo mond nnd Loch Lonjj. bo greatly ad mired by tourists In Scotland, are to ho luraded by ocean going steamships and great war vessels, for the busi ness men of Scotland hare decided that It will be more to the Interests of their country to have a deep ship canal connect the Firth of Clyde on the east with tho Firth of Forth on the west than to allow tho tourists to have full sway In the delightful coun try Just south of the Grampian moun tains. The cost of this canal Is estimated lit 9120,000,000 If it Is built to conform to the requirements of tho Hrltlsh gov crnmcnt for Its use by ships of war. It will be 51 miles long, at least 14S feet w Ide and have a minimum depth of 31...

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 November 1910

THIS C1TIZE.1, WKDNKSDAV, NOVKMHHK il, 11)10. GENESEO'S NOVEL HOE TRIE PLAN Bringing People to Town Was the Object Sought. HOW THE METHOD WORKED, Local Interest In Business Stlmulnted by Monthly Public Auctions Special Attractions Offered to Farming Folk. Cost to Each Merchant Small. Tho llfo of Gcueseo la much like that of other small mwtern Now York towns, nnd It was deeided to soo if something could bo dotio to dorolop more locnl lutoroM In trade. A nuiu bor of tho merchants of Oonosoo de cided to combine Mid form n business men's association to dTorU tho town and help tho community, sas tho New ICaRland Iiomatead. A large number of tho men decided that tho thing to do was to arrauss Bomo method for bringing the people to town. It was decided, thorofore, to try holding a freo auction each month. Any farmer could send In anything ha lrod to sell and the buftlaess men wxrald advertlso It, catalogue it, pay for an nuctloneer to sell it and turn over the proccods without any cxnuoiie...

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 November 1910

THIS CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, NO KMI1HR II, 1010. THE CITIZEN PUBLISHED F.VKIIY WKT1NF.SDAY AND FRIDAY I1Y THK CITIZEN rUtlUSIIINO COMfANY. Knteredns swoml-clnss mnttor. nt tliopoat olllcc. lloncsilnlc, l'a. SUBSCRIPTION ?1.50 K. B.HAHDKNllKltcm. - P11KS1DKNT W. V. WOOD. MANAOKK AND SKO'Y DIRECTORS! 0. H. DORFLINUKR. M. R. AlXKM. HENRY Wll.BON. K. . IIAUDKNIIKROII. W. Vf, v;ooo. CHARACTERanti CANDIDATES COMPARED PRATT VKRSUH KlIT. WEDNESDAY, 'OVUMHER 2, 1010. REPUBLICAN TICKET. i'or Govornor JOHN K. TENER. For Lieutenant Governor JOHN M. REYNOLDS. Secretary of Internal Affairs HENRY HOUCK. State Treasurer CHAS. P. WRIGHT. For Congress, C. C. PRATT. For State Senator, WINFRED D. LEWIS. COUNTY. Representative, H. G. JACKSON. If we could get everything wo want by praying for It, nobody would want to work. It is always the political party that Is out of office that views things with alarm. Two men go through the same door one to success, the other to defeat. What had the door to do with It? ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 November 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMHEU 1010. CENT A WORD COLUMN! Font IjAiuie kooms to hunt, 1317 Spring street. Call aftcr"'6 o'clock 1U tho evening. VOU SAliE Tho charter of tho "Honesdalo Cut Class Co." Apply to llcrbeek-Demer Co. 2t It. V. I). MAlli HONES approved by 1'oBtmnBtcr General. $1.00 each at Murray Co's. 87w4 liOAItl) AND ItOOM for four teach ers during institute. 1231 Spring street. 87t3. CASH PAID VOIt Al'PIiES and Rutabagas, also will buy elder ap ples. See Gago at Hotel Wayne or at D. & H. freight station. Dean & Gage. SGtf VOIt SALE Two bedroom suits, bed springs, quilts, kitchen cabinet, carpet. All good. Mrs. Isaac For mat!, Cottage street. 2t WANTED 23 IIOUGHEHS Wanted at the Wayne Cut Glass company, Towanda, I'n. tf. A IJAUGAIN A six horse-power upright boiler in good order for sale. Seelyvlllo Fire Co. tf VOIt qNfesltelly & Stelnman brick fnctoryPttdlng, including en gine, boiler and shafting. Inquire of J. D. Kobinson. BOtf. LOCAL MENTION. Directors' 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. — 2 November 1910

THE OrriZE. , AVKDNKSDAV, NOVKMIlHIt 2, 1010. ALTERS RS' HUES FLOWE British Scientists Find New Use For Electricity. ALSO ACCELERATES GROWTH, Wheat Yield Increases One-third With Assistance of Current, Experiment Proves, and Even Fish Develop Amazingly When Vital Sparks Pene trate Their Ponds. Tho latest experiments In applying the electric current to growing plants and flowers, as reported by Professor J. H. Priestley of tho botanical labo ratory at Bristol university. England, tend to show that tho current not only accelerates the growth, but also In some way Improves their health and makes thorn stronger nnd better ablo to resist disease. The precise action of tho current is not yet fully understood. There is a difference In tho color of electrified nnd nonclcctrlfled growing wheat, the former being a darker groen In conse quence of tho plants obtaining more nitrogen from the air. Increase Is Remarkable. Tho lncreaso In yield of wheat under electrical cultivation amounted in ono ...

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

TIIK CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, NOVESIDKIt 2, 1010. mi i ing the Horse. S OI il 1 UNL I Mil Hi efficiency lmniiM'i l'-Hwug nnd groomlug. ivmg v -j Jumble very warm eating the Horse should not be Wfwl lltlttl 111. tin a Mg.lunA fi. fcV .11, Uvl PI1UUJI 'f IHJ 11,'IL III draft. If blanketed1 nt once little op portunity Is given for him to dry off, the blanket will become dnmp niul the balr rcmnln so nil night. In case the blanket Is not used until the nul mal hns ceased to steam nnd Is some what cooled, which he will be In a quarter of an hour, the lialr will be dry nnd smooth tho following morn ing. The use of tho outdoor blanket Is as Important ns tho use of the stable blanket If tho horse Is allowed to stand outdoors, cither for a short or for n long time, ho Bliould bo well blanketed. If ho Is going to stop but n short time thfcnisuiptatiou uot to blanket the animal is strong. The horse cooJa off rapidly and tnny chill. bo that It is best to blanket If only for n moment. The Poultry Hous...

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 November 1910

TniJ 0IT1Z13N, WEDNESDAY, NOVHMJUlt 2, 1010. COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE. i-n-s STERLING. Tlio "O. M. Convention" Hns Good Kffoct. Special lo Tho Citizen. Sterling. Pa., Oct. 31. After months of fine weather, wo nro now havliiB some days that nro not so pleasant. At F. G. Swinglo's vendue on the 2Cth, most of tho things brought a fair price. John G. Calterson's health Is not good of late. h. F. Ammerman had tho misfor tune to fall off a load of lumber and quite badly Injure one nnklo. Percy MiiRgrovo has been living at Niagara Falls for some time past, but Is now spending a few days with Sterling friends. A couple of months ago Ray Stev ens hnd a horse that run a nail Into its foot, and the animal does not Im prove very fast. Our faithful and accommodating mall carrier, Grove Shearer, Is taking a fortnight vacation if ho can stand so long a rest and P. M. and John Olllner are enjoying a pleasant vaca tion also'. On tho 23rd, Itally day wns duly observed in tho Sunday school, and everythin...

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

V A THIS CITIZEN FROM NOW UNTIIi JAN. J, 1012, FOR 91.50. rtc trine' trie Pine , Scml-Weekly Founded 2 1908 , $ Weekly Founded, 1844 J Jtt .4 k4 JC J( J Jl Jt Jt WayoL .ounty Organ J ' fwrof the 1 REPUBLICAN PARTY 1 x 4 j Jt t 0-t M 67th YEAR HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1910. NO 88 "IN DEAR OLD WAYNE." lie ttectt VOTE F0RPRATT1 1 RETURN A GOOD MAN TO OFFICE II1S RECORD AND SERVICES DESERVE YOUR SUPPORT. Two years ago the people of the , state ot Pennsylvania recognized In, the person or runs, (J. Pratt, a man who was peculiarly fitted to serve them with work and Influence at Washington. They saw In him a strong, Independent, intelligent per sonality who was destined to make an enviable place for himself- and his constituency In the National Leglsla- 1 tive body. He would rcllect all that , was honorable and commendable In 1 the people ho represented. Ho would I carry to Congress those sturdy qual- ities that once made Wllmot and ; Grow renowned. In short he would ...

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

ran cnizicx, Friday, novembeii 4, idio. STUARTFORTENER RILES OPPOSITION Republicans Follow Lead of Popular Chief Executive. GOVERNOR Oil THE STUMP Not Only Calls Foi Support ot SUto Tlckot, Out Telia of Importance ot Congressional Campaigns. Probably the hardoat blow ths ene mies of the Kepuo.ican party rolTd In this camp.nu vrns that glra by Govcruoi 1-J a S Stuart wkta he came out so;.. in I v In favor of th lc Mon rr .Tobt) Tcncr JOIIX M. UEVNOIiDS. Governor b.ua t ud not equivocate, nor did he quaiily his indorement ot the Republican standard oearer in the slightest degn e anrt --nice he made his Initial declaration a splendid mooting in Harrisuurg .o lias taken the stump and is calling upon his fellow Republicans of the old Keystone 1 state to vote tue full Republican tick- , et "lrom top to bottom." Ha Is man fully giving his reasons why this 1 should be done In his enthusiastic sup- j port of the party's standard bearers. That tho n..ttudp of Coverno- Stuart , nas dlsi oncert...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 November 1910

TUN CITIZK.N, FIUDAY, NOVUM IlKlt I, H)10. 1MIOK. KUXKM3 KKSKJNS. Dr. Hnusoli llcvonies Ilontl of Mull lenliorj Acndemlc School, i At a mcetliiH of tlio board of trustees of Muhlenberg College, Al lentown, Wednesdny, Prof. Ambrose A. Kunkle, for tlio past six years Iirlncipal of tlio AHcntown Prepara tory School, which Is the academlf department of the collego, presented his resignation. The board of trustees elected as Ills successor the Nov. .1. Charles Itatisch, pastor of St. Luke's Luther an church, AHcntown, who has for some years been Held agent of Muh lenberg College. would norm iuutii hath. Illicit Tlmo Thnt Young Folk Took To Wedlock, Says Dr. Itosloy. A bride does not look "cute" bend ing o'er tho wasutub. Strong must bo tho love also thnt can survlvo breakfasts cooked on a range that will not burn when tho snow lies thick on tho back fence. But that is tho sort of thing that is Inter fering with tho birth rate In Haltl nioro, according to Health Commis sioner Bosley. "Tho...

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

i thi: citizen, l-itin.w, xovhairkr i, 1010. THE CITIZEN rUHUHimn kvkhv ukdnkhiiat ash fiuday hv rillt CtTIXKN rUM.IMMMlOOMrANV. Kii cri'd ns MWMil-rlnw mutter, nt the post olllrr. Iloiuwrifllu. I'll. I'ltSCUlPTlON 1.G0 k, ii. ii aui)i:m!i:u(iii, - imiksidknt V. V. WOOll. - MANAUKli ANUSKO'Y niiiEcrons: O. n. miKKUSOEK. M. II. IM.EN. MKNK UH.HO.N, U. It. II A tUIKNUKHUII. W. W. WOOD. ritiD.w, xov. i, uno. RKl'URLICAX TICKET. j'or Governor JOHN K. TENER. 1 or Lieutenant Governor JOHN AI. HBYNOLDS. Secretary of Internal AfTalrs HENHY HOUCK. State Treasurer CHAS. F. WRIGHT. For Congress. C. C. Pit ATT. For State Senator. WINFRED D. LEWIS. COUXTV. Representative, H. G. JACKSON. Commencing with the- next issue J. M. Siueltzer will assume charge of the editorial and news departments of The Citizen, thereby permitting W. W. Wood to devote his entire attention to the business manage ment of the journal. Gov. Stuart's and Vote the Full REPUBLICAN TICKET. Election Next Tuesday, Nov. 8. VICTOR...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 November 1910

TUH CITIZEN, FUI1 AY, NOVEMBER I, 1010. CENT A WORD COLUMN ROOMS VOtl HUNT, with furnnco hciit, Inqtitro of Mrs. 13. O. Sccor, 1314 Thirteenth street. tf A WELL KNOWN fnct: SOMMER The Jeweler, carries the. lnrgost Btock In town. tf. roil HUNT 7 rooms and bath, gas nnd furnnco. C1G Church street. Inquire at house. FOUR LARGE ROOMS TO HUNT, 1317 Spring street. Call after 5 o'clock In the evening. OUH watch, clock, jewelry, optical and engrnvlng departments are prepared for tho rush of Institute week. SOMMER, The Jeweler, tf. VOH SAIjK Tho charter of the "Houcsdalo Cut Glass Co." Apply to Herbeck-Derner Co, 2t SPECIAL Inducements offered teach ers by SOMMER, Tho Jeweler, tf II. V. 1. MA Hi BOXES approved by Postmaster General, fl.00 each at Murray Co's. 87w4 BOARD AX1) ROOM for four teach ers during Institute. 1231 Spring street. 87t3. ALL GOODS bought engraved free by SOMMER, The Jeweler. tf. A BARGAIN A six horse-power unrlcht boiler in good order for sale. Seelvvillo Fire Co. tf FOU...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 November 1910

T11K CITIZUN, PIUDAV, NOVKMUKK I, 1010. BY THE SIIK'tlFK OK WAYNK COUNTY. A PROCLAMATION WH13HBAS. by the Election Laws of this Commonwealth, It is mndo tho duty or the High Shorlff of each county to glvo notice by proclnmn tlon of the tlmo nml places In such county of holding tho gonornl elec tion, In tho mnnnor provided by law; Now, thoroforo I, M. 1J3B 11 RA MAN, High Sheriff of tho County of Wnyno, do hereby issue this, my proclamation, giving notice to tho electors and election ofllcors of tho several election districts in said county that the general election will bo held In said county on TUHS1UV, NOV. 8, 1IM0, nt the plnccs in tho several election districts appointed by law, at which tlmo and places the said electors are by law required to elect the oin ocr8 hereinafter enumerated that is to say: OFFICERS TO BE ELECTED. One person to bo Governor of this Commonwealth. One person to be Lieutenant Gov ernor of this Commonwealth. One person to bo Secretary of In ternal Affairs o...

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

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, NoramEii 4, JOIO. SHOTS CHE T Bullets fly to Poito folic With Strikers. COMPLETE TIE-UP IS PLANNLD Leaders of Expressmen May Decide to Call on Teamsters In All Lines to Walk Out Heavy Guards on All Wagons. New York, Nov. 1. A movement to slop "o crytlilng on wheels" tnxi cabs, trucks nnd nil methods of mov ing goods or men except the riilhv.ij system Is proposed by the executive bends of the expressmen's strike. Charles W. Foster, secretary of tlie International Brotherhood of Toam Btcrs, announced that u ineetliig will be liold to decide this question. There It will be decided If Uie gen eral strike order, which would tie up the city so that few men or goods could move except on street cars, sub way or elevnted, shall be Issued. In the meantime Mayor Gaynor, Mr. Foster said, has agreed to meet n committee of the strikers at his otll v. A committee called on hlui to say that they wanted to protest ngalnst the presence of policemen on express wag ons. A riot. 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. — 4 November 1910

una citizk. . Friday, novkmhhk i, 1010. IN GOOD OLD WAYNE Nuggets of News from Alert USWICK & LAKEVILLE. Special to The Citizen. Cswlck nnil I.nkcvlllo, Nov. 3. Walter Pcnncll, of Lake Como, who visited his father, F. 11. l'enncll nt Uswlck, nrrlved on Saturday and re turned on Sunday. Ho has thlrty llvo pupils' nnmcs on the roll this fall. We are pleased to learn that Miss Harriet Keith's health has Improved and that she Is now able to resuino her duties as teacher In the college In New York city. Henry Hardier of Bono Hldgo Is quite 111. Dr. G. T. Rodman, of Hawley, Is the attending physician. Mrs. John Mains Is quite sick. She consulted a physician In Hawley on Saturday. Hev. and Mrs. Walker and daugh ter, who were visiting relatives at Lakevllle, returned to their homo at Narrowsburg, N. Y., on Wednes day of last week. John Dopp, of Arlington, visited his friend, John D. Jordcns, of Us wlck, on Sunday. Mr. Jordens has been quite sick the past week. We are pleased to learn th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 November 1910

TIIK WEATHER On Wednesday partly overcast to cloudy wcntlicr and slowly rising temperatures will provall. ? Seml-Wcckly Founded, J 2 1908 l 2 Weekly Founded, 1844 2 4 St 0 Wayne County Organ J ' ' of the & 1 REPUBLICAN PARTY (0 4-1 C3 W 67th YEAR- HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1910. NO 89 COUNCIL MEETS "GOOD KOADS" DISCUSSED SOMETHING ABOUT "SCRIP," PAST AND FUTURE USUAL GRIST OF HILLS WHISTLES TO BLOW SHORTER COSTS $1,000 A MONTH TO RUN MAPLE CITY REPORTERS WERE . Tho town council of the city of Honcsdalo held their regular month ly meeting Inst Thursday evening In Town Hall. The session was called to order by President Martin Cau lleld at 8:20 p. m. The members present were: Martin Caufleld, Wy man W. Kimble, George Genung, Thomns Canivan, George V. Pen warden; Street Commissioner Law rence Weldner was also present In his ofllclnl capacity. The secretary, Wyman W. Kimble, called the roll and read the minutes of the last regular meeting, and of the adjourn e...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 November 1910

THE CITIZlCN, WKDXKSDAY, NOV. 0, 1010. ILL, I MS IH Gilbert Jones, Once Wealthy Publisher, a Suicids, HAD BEEN LONG A SUFFERER. Son of Founder of New York Timet Chose Former Office of the News paper In Which to Kill Himself. Friends Know No Reason. New York, Nov. 3,-Gllbert Edward Jones, son of the famous George Jones, publisher of the New York Times and himself once the owner of that newspaper, shot himself to death iu the bulIilliiK his father many years ago had left him, the old Times build ing at 41 I'ark row. lie was slxty-alx years of asu and very wealthy. No reason for his act was Riven, and his relatives were at a loss to Imagine why he had taken his life. Mr. Jones was president and secre tary and treasurer of the Park com pany, the corporation which owned the building In which he killed hlm-f-elf In his offices on the seventh floor. Ilu had just been to lunch and return ed shortly after 1 o'clock. Ho went to Ills private oillce and lay down on a couch. No one except anothe...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 November 1910

THE CITI7.K.N, WEDNESDAY, NOV. , 1010. (Jrnln Weevil Aliundant. There has been considerable In quiry, at the ofllco of tho Division of Zoology, ot tho Department of Agriculture Harrlsburg, I'n., for In formation concerning tho destruction of weevil In grain. To one of tho numerous Inquirers, Prof. II. A. Surface, State Zoologist, replied as follows: "Your Inquiry concerning tho de destruction of weevil In wheat coinos at a very opportune time, because It Is easy to destroy those pests when one knows bow, and it Is very Im portant that they bo destroyed now rather than in the spring after they bavo accomplished a great deal od damage. "Tho weevil Is among tho worst pests in grain bins or stored grain, and effects tho destruction of hun dreds of thousands of dollars annu ally In tho state of Pennsylvania alone. It must not be presumed for a minute, however, that It or any other pest Is any worse In this state than elsewhere. It lives by laying eggs In tho grains, and from these eggs h...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 November 1910

) Til 13 CITIZEN', WEDNESDAY, NOV. 0, 1010. THE CITIZEN roHUsiiF.n KVKn ukunksday ani fkiday nt THIS CITIZKN rUBMRIIISOCO.MrANY. Kiiserodiis si'cotitl-o'lnss inaltor. nt tliopost olllcc. lloncsrtale. l'n. SUBSCRIPTION $1.60 K, H. HAKDKNHlilMllI. 1'KKSinHNT W. W. WOOD. MANAGKK ANDSKC'Y J.M.SMKI.TZKU Kdltor dirbctohr: 0. It. DORn.lKOER. M. II. AI.I.KN. HKNHT UILSON. K. II. IIARDENHEIIBII. V. W. WOOD. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 0, 1010. REPUBLICAN TICKET. 'or Governor JOHN K. TENER. For Lieutenant Governor JOHN M. REYNOLDS. Secretary of Internal Affatra HENRY HOUCK. Stato Treasurer CHAS. F. WRIGHT. For Congress, C. C. PRATT. For State Senator, W1NFRED D. LEWIS. COUNTY. Representative, H. C. JACKSON. HOUSES BUILT ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS. During a recent trip throtfgh the southern section of the state we were impressed with the number of signs, displayed in towns and cities, adver tistng that certain contractors would "build houses on monthly payments." If there Is one thing that will lielp to make a y...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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