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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 March 1911

the err if kAucn 'ion. I Planning $or . a Divorce J S; Manp Methods Were Suggested, X but None Found Satisfactory. By W1LLARD ST C-UTEfcBERG Copyrlsht'W. American-Press Asso " elation, 1911. I Vras. a young law. student twenty- jthreji years' old; studying In the office (of Marbury & Stadc. Mr. Marbury (was an old friend of my father's, and T think ho wus qulto fond of me. One day ho sent for mo' to come Into his private office, and I fonutl him nlone therp. ''frank,'' he said, "I can give you a chance io make 5300."' Now, I was scraping along finan cially, trying to make' ends meet till 1 could get my profession, and $300 .would bo a great lift for mo. "How?" I asked eagerly. "By taking a wife." Sly delight vanished as quickly as 1 had come. "There will be nothing to prevent prcmr getting a divorce In time." he added, noticing my discomfiture "I don't think I would like to he tied up in such a matter at all. What does it mean?" "It means that a client, of ours, a girl of twenty...

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 March 1911

THH CITIK NEWARK PUTS. BAN .DM.-. POPLARS, KOitSXBEETS. Boots of These Trsas Obstruct City's Sewers. At a recent meeting- of the board of street and water, commissioners of tho ttty ot Nowilrlij IL J., n Motion was passed requesting the shade tree commission to" dis continue their own planting of poplar trees on the city streets and to prohibit the planting of them by private individuals. This action was taken on account of the large and increasing number of obstructions to the city sewers and particularly trt thn hnnsn roii- fWOPPAaq'nT ror-LAn nectlons by the t 'Hoots. ' roots .of these trees penetrating the Joints of the pipes., Qut flfi ;flfty-six obstructions of nil Kinds, In .house connections reported in 1009 fifteen were "caused by poplar foota. Up' 'to' the1 1st of December, 1010; twenty-three dut; of rf' total 'of rtxty-f our obstructions since Jan. 1 hail keen 'from the laine cause, and In K"o ismbgr, 10,10, the roots were responM Mfor flye out q'twel've obstructions. jiT...

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 March 1911

Til. CITIVMS, WII)NHS1)AY, MAKCII 8, 1011. THE CITIZEN Semi-Weekly Founded 1008; Weekly Founded 1811. (CRUSHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY BY THE CITIZEN rUllLISIIINO Cn.MI'ANY. Entered as seoond-rlass matter, at the post olllce. Honesdale. I'a. E. B. IIAKDENHEIHUI. - 1'KESIIlENT ,W W. WOOD. - MANAOKKANDSKC'V J. jr.SMEJ.TZKn EDITOR directors: O. n. DORrMNOEH. M. II. AI.I.EN. BiNRY WILSON. E. B. IIARDENtlEISOlt. W. W. WOOD. WUDXESDAY, MAItCH 8, 1011. IT IS TO LAUGH! Tlio antics of tho Democratic par ty in Pennsylvania nro enough to inako dogs laugh and angels weep. Wo do not know of any other Com monwealth In tho United States, where tho minority party cuts such a sorry figure, as do the sons of An drew Jackson In tho Kcystono state. Wo lielievo that if "Old Hickory" know into what sorry straits his pro geny had fallen he would, or his ghost would, at any rate, walk the earth, and try to scare his pseudo followers Into some sort of u "get togetherness." Tho cause of tho trouhlo with 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. — 8 March 1911

TIIE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JIAUOII 8, 1011. - -A- CEiiq'a?-.-"WOB,iD - rERESTING SOCIAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS FOU SALE. FOR SALE Eggs for setting sin gle comb White Orphlngtons, Kel lerstrass Strain, $2.50 per 15; White Pekln Ducks, $1.00 per 11. Chas. S. Burger, White- Mills, Pa. lGt4 KOK SALE Kelly & Stelnman h,rlck factory building, Including en gine, boiler and shafting. Inquire of J. B. Hoblnson. fintf. $3,500 buys 439-aero innu about .ju acres clear, the rest In timber, good water, house and barn; situate near White Mills, Pa. Inquire of W. K. Hlttlnger, White Mills, Pa. 14tf. FOU KENT. FOU KENT 7 rooms and bath, gas and furnace. 61G Church street. Inquire at house. FOR RENT A ten-room house with all modern improvements, includ ing electric lights, situated on River street. Inquire of Jacob Demer, C42 River street. HONESDALE AND ENVIRONS. Miss Alice Ulmer has returned to .her homo In Carbondale, after a weeks' visit with Honesdale friends. "This is the only time In my ex perien...

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 March 1911

Statement "MiM a --.1- . - i . on . muiii'iL - OF WAYNE COUNTYj 1910. i -r-J Frod. Saunders, .Treasurer,, in Account with Wayne. County for year ending Jan. 1, 191 i. DR. Balance In hands of Treasurer, Jan, 8, 1910: To. county runa w,' "' Koiiu Bchool " Poor " H cmpllon money Dniramiortton 30 32 4S2 28 499,44.. 418 09 1,40 81 6,620 33 Tn Hinl. reed, on collectors certl Ileal County fund 119 68 Koad .' 2267 Bchool " ............. 81B60 Poor " ...v... i..i.. 110 OT- 7G7 4( To omt rccd on unseated taxes; , .County fund 248 57 Koad " 807 67 t Bchool.. ". 410 80 Poor 91 17- to amt.duoon dup. '02, '0ff( '07, 0S,. " duplicate l'OO ' nddfd " I909i... . " 6percent. added dup. 1909.. r ' Overpaid duplicate 1909.... " duplicate 19101 .. ."..-. " added duplicate 1910., to ami. reed, from poor districts... . " " Co. porUnn'llq. license. " " gunners " " " Btate treasurer 1.0SS 51 -519 09 13,178 8 20 60 215 67 . 9 95 69,805 11 11U 52 213 75 1,395 50 45 00 8,667 66 600 00 m 17 10.KO 00 218 78 11 22...

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 March 1911

-JIUE CTTIZFA-WEllNK.SDAY.. AJLUtCllfltlQii, yTTTTTVTVT'TTTyT TTTyy'fTTTT 1 The Head of the House S A Story For Young Men About to Be Married. Bjr EDWARD B. KNIGHT Conf rich t liv Amerlrnn Prpss Arko- 4 5 elation, 1911. u - " - i Sam Martlndale and .Theodora Trask had been engaged a Week. There had been more billing and cooing and kiss ing In that, one week than there would be In flvo lycars of the married life be fore them. 'Then Sam called a halt to "look practically at the future. Ho was iriot a man to drift through life; he pre ferred to prearrange everything. It teemed that there was a great ocean ahead of him and Theo, of comfort or Buffering, of anxiety or discord, of con tentment or unhappiness, and across tills ocean it became him as the head tt tho Iiouho, the pilot, to steer their bark. Before taking a voyage does not ,iho mariner familiarize himself with the areas of probable storm and sun khinc, of navigable water and sunken rocks? Vhy should not ho as com Blunder lay d...

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 March 1911

TIUS CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, 31AKCII 8, 1011. - - BUDGET OF WAYNE'S NEWS - Events Of Interest In The County, Tersely Told. -HAWLEY- WHITE MILLS. Special to THE CITIZEN, Up-To-Dnte Hens. WHITE MILLS, Pa., Mnrcli 7. Poultry raising Is very profitable In somo locnltles. For Instance, If It cost two dollars a month to feed a "Keystone Guard Chicken" and when about to lay the Golden Egg, she flys to Denver and sells her pos- Klnn fnf n nnnoMnrntlntl. HlO npnnlfi of Pennsylvania who fed her will j have to wait a long time for ner product. George Werner has returned from Corning, N. Y., to resume work In his mother's store. Charles Atkinson, Sommervllle, 1b visiting with his parents here. Geo, Kimble spent Sunday In Haw ley with his brother, Alvin Kimble. John Brock and Charles Wegge, our cartmeu, say "No more coal on tick!" John Box has several young chick ens hatched with hens, something unusual nt this time of the year. Samuel Box purchased a Col. Wynn pen of five birds from the yards of Jo...

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 March 1911

WI5ATHI3R FORECAST: FAIR. WEATHER- FORECAK&JFAIH. THE CITIZEN is tho most widely rend scinl-weekly newspaper in Wnyno County. Lustier now than nt nny time in its 08 years' hktory. mllE CITIZEN Is X ty's Popular 10 Coun vcrtlslng Medium, isccnuso First In People. The Homes Ofj Need Wo Sny Mo 88th YEAR. HONESDALB, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1911. NO. 20 asm S I j ' INTERESTING UUDGET OF MID WEEK HAPPENINGS IN OUR FIXJURISHING SISTER MUNI CIPAIjITV. Special to TUB CITIZEN. HAWIiEV, Pn., March I). Mrs. J. D. Ames entertained lndy friends Tuesday afternoon. Hon. Leopold Fuerth. Honesdale, registered at the Wayne County House, Tuesday. Eugene Webster is visiting Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Murphy on River street. Mr. Webster was for many years a prominent school teacher in this county but Is now a prosperous farmer al Mabletuwn. E. T. Skelly, White Mills, was do ing business at Hawley on Monday. The Paupack Power company has purchased tho land lying on the east side of tho Paupack rive...

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 March 1911

THE CITIZKN, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1011. BALUNGER QUITS New Secretai7 of Interior Is Walter L fisher. BELIEVES IN PINOIIOT IDEAS. Taft Calli Chicago Lawyer to Hl Cab inet Whose Many Offioei With Con servation Associations Leave No Doubt as to His Policy. New York, Mnrch S. Walter Lnwrl Fisher, the now secretary of the In terior, has been in New York for ser oral days attending meeting of the railway securltlos commission which jwns appointed by President Taft r pently to Investigate the feasibility of governmental regulation of nllrond stock and bond Issues. President Hart ley of Ynle Is chairman of the com mission and Mr. Klsher Is a member. "I hare no statoment to make except that I havo accepted this position with & deop appreciation of Its obligations and of its opportunity to accomplish practical and constructive work," he said. Ho will go to Washington Thursday to see President Taft and homo to Chi cago next week for a few days to set his house In order before returning to Was...

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 March 1911

THE CITIZEN, l'HIlJAi MAitC. .0. 11)1.1. ARMY TO MEXICO. force of 20,000 Men Be ing Rushed to Border. ONLY WAR GAME, SAY OFFICIALS British Demands For Protection From Insurrectos In Chihuahua Given a i Reason by Outsiders to 'Pro . tect Americans. Washington, March 8. An nrmj of approximately 20,000 men, represent ing all branches of the service, Is mo bilizing along the Mexican bonier of tho United States. It Is officially stat edand tho administration made spa tial efforts to substantiate the state ment that the sole purpose of this un uual noblllxatton was maneuvers on a grand scale for the training of offi cers and men. Whllo mrni-v afTif wno mn I,. ..111. ial circles hero to give this great , Movement the appearance of a simple I preparation for maneuvers, there were erslstent rumors thnt the government was preparing for more seriou trou ble. Confidential reports from Mexico of late have encouraged the belief of many that conditions in the Mexican government are far from being ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 March 1911

Til, oTTlHKN, FUIDAV, MAKC1I 10, 1011. THE CITIZEN Boml-Wcckly Founded 1008; Weekly Founded 1841. rUHLlSHKl) GVfSKV WEUNKHDAY AND FRIDAY BY TI1K CITIZKN rUUMSIlIXd COMPANY Ktitered ns seroiui-class matter, ut the post nlllce, Iluuesdale. 1'a. K. B.HAKUKNHKMIII. - PKKSIDUNT .W W. WOOD. - MANAGKK AND SKO'Y J.M.SMUI.TZKH KDITOK DIKIOTORS: 0. U. noRFt.IKGHR. M. 11. ALLEN. IIKNRV WILSON. K. II. HARDHNBERnll. W. W. WOOD. KUIDAY, MAllCIl 10, 1011. WHY NOT 1IONUSUALE? Few cities in tlio State of Penn sylvania hnvo nioro pleasant sur-. rouiullnss than those of tlio town of Hone. Situate as she is at tlio conlluenco of tlio West llranch anil Dyuerry, tlioso lordly streams which i coiulilno issues, and (low on in ono1 grand Lackuwnxcii ltivcr, witli lrv-' lng Cliff, in the background, famed, as tho place where Washington lrv- 1 lng Hrst saw in ids mind's cyo tho future "Cut Glass City," her natur- i al charms have inspired ninny wield era of tho pen and brush to paint glowing word pictures and...

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 March 1911

TIIK CITIZEN, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1011. INTERESTING SOCIAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS - A GiD3Sr'X,-A-"WOKJXD - FOR SALE. FOR SALE Eggs for setting sln slo comb White Orphlngtons, Kel lerstrass Strain, ?2.50 per 15; White Pekln Ducks, $1.00 per 11. Chas. S. Burger, White Mills, Pa. lGt4 FOR SALE Kelly & Stelnraan brick factory building, Including en sine, boiler nnd shafting. Inquire of J. B. Robinson. BOtf. $3,500 buys 439-acro farm about 30 acre3 clear, the rest In timber, good water, house and barn; situate near Whlto Mills, Pa. Inquire ' of W. K. Hlttlnger. Whlto Mills, Pa. 14tf. FOR SALE What Is known as the Spangenburg place, on the Main road from Scranton to Honesdale, two miles from Clerao (Erie), and four miles from beautiful Lake Ariel; 115 acres of fertile land, 2000 fruit trees. Grand old house with broad porches and verandas, all newly painted and decorated ready to move right In. Electric road to pass tho door. Amplo stables and out buildings. Will support 48 cows. Present o...

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 March 1911

THK CITIZEN. FltlDAY, MARCH 10, 1011. DOWN 8Y THE RIO GRANDE The Bravery of a Woman and the Saving of a Life. Dy CURRAN R. GREENLEY. The long gray adobe vralla of the hack-ruin laj bathed Id the (pjlver of yellow light. Alleyne watched Mar garet's fare for a sign of truce, but tor shadows eauie and went between the Tines that draped the initio as the In terminable Siilitmth afternoon dragged nwuy and Margaret remained burled In her book, "And ill about a beg gurly horse thief," he murmured to himself as be sat up straight and sent the pllo of magazines crashing to the floor. There rras a look of consciousness, about the back of that shapely brown head that held Itself so persistently averted, but Alleyne deemed It wiser not to reopen tbo subject of Miguel. Over In the corral things wore a de sorted air. Two or three men lounged in the shade of the blgb wall. Alleyne yawned and looked at bis watch and at a faint movement of the Qgure In the rocker. "Margaret. I" Crack-ack-ack! Somewh...

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 March 1911

THK C1TIJ. FRIDAY, SIARCII 10, 1011. F. D. TTNDEEWOOD. Had of Erie Railroad Tells of Rate Defeat In Few Words. New York. March S. The eastern tftink Hues hnvo decided to follow the policy of the western iriltinds la nc tepting the interstate commerce com mission decision of the request to raise freight r-Jtes. After a conference be (ween representatives of the eastern ronds Vice President Daly of the New fork Central said the meeting had been called merely to receive the re port of the committee of railroad presi dents which went to Washington Mon day and that It had been definitely de cided to withdraw Increased tariffs on March 14, the date required by the commission. This formal announce ment was mado at the close of the con ference: "The railroads will comply with the decision of the Interstate commerco commission and will cancel their pro posed tariffs on or before March 15." "There was nothing left for us to do," said President Underwood of the THOUGHT FIRE PART OF SHOW. Qreat...

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 March 1911

Tim CITIZEN, FRIDAY, MAUCII 10, 1011. - - BUDGET OF WAYNE'S NEWS - - Events Of Interest In The County, Tersely Told. PAUPACK. Special to TUB CITIZEN. PAUPACK, Pa., March 0 Miss Hlldti Vettorleln goes to Hawley every Tuesday, where sho takes music lessons. Richard Phillips, who has sold his farm to the Water Company, moved to Al. Killam's farm, Friday and i Saturday. , The Ladies' Aid was entertained ' liv Wra IT! A nnmhln ThnrHflnv ' March 2. Her Ninety-Fourth I!lrtl:dny. Mrs. M. N. B. Killam passed her ninety-fourth birthday March 2. She is the oldest resident of Pau pack and is still in good health. Erl Trlvelpiece is filling his ice houses. lie expects to stay on the Clark place this Summer. Miss Mnbel C. Stark spent Sun day with Mrs. J. G. Killam. Mark Ansley has returned to her home, after visiting friends and rel atives In the West. Isaac Ludwig has returned to his home in Equinunk. Mrs. Lud wig and daughter expect to go there soon. Wo ara sorry to hear of the illness of Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 March 1911

WEATHER FORECAST: FAIR. WEATHER FORECAST: FAIJt READ THE CITIZEN SAFE, SANE, SURE. READ THE riZEN URE.; SAFE, 8ANI 68th YEAR. NO. 21 HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1911. Ctfceti mm BOARD OF TRADE MEETS AGAIN MEMBERSHIP FEE "ROOSTED" TO $4 A YEAR THREE NEW INDUSTRIES IN SIGHT FOR HONESDAIjE COMFORTABLE RALANCE IN THE TREASURY IjAOKA WAXEN FOOT-RRIDGE SURE TO COME. The regular monthly meeting of the Greater oHneselale Board of Trade was held Friday evening at City Hall. In the absence of Presi dent C. J. Smith, who Is out of town, Contractor F. W. Kreltner, presided. Under the head of reports of standing committees, Frank P. Kimble, Esq., chairman soliciting and site committee, the matter of the new knitting mill came up for dis cussion. On motion of M. E. Si mons, Esq., seconded by S. T. Ham, it was decided that moral support bo given to that new Industry which Is being promoted by Pruemcrs and Dennhart. The committee on taxa tion and legislation, M. E. Simons, Esq...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 March 1911

THE CITIZEN, WEDNjESOAY, MAIICII 1G, 1011. BACON RIDDLE IN WYE RIVER BED? Detroit Doctor Digs For Conclu sive Shakespearean Proot. FINDS CLEW IN FIRST FOLIO, "Seek, Sir, For a True Angle at Chep stow," Is the Anagram He Finds Op posite Poet's Portrait Duke of Beau fort Interested, and Early Discover ies Are Encouraging. General attention litis once more been called to the ever green Bacon-Shalse-spearc controversy by the news that Dr. Orville Owen of Detroit has begun extensive digging In the bed of the riv er Wye, at Chepstow, England. Dr. Owen is not digging for treas ures. Besides himself and the Duke of Beaufort, whom he lias succeeded In interesting in his search, no one knows exactly the nature of his mys terious quest. Seeks Bacon Proofs. The doctor has declared, however, that lie hones to discover nothing less than indisputable proofs that Francis ltacon Is the real author of the Shake spearcan works. It is asserted by some Uaconians that Francis ISacou was the son of Queen ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 March 1911

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAKOH IB, 1011. NEBRAS.. . aiiS VAGABONDS' CITY Western State Institution May Solve a Social Problem. FAR FROM TOWN, TEMPTATION IRISH CENSUS EXPECTED TO SHOW LESS DECREASE Only Part of United Kingdom In Which Religion Figuros. Promoters of Scheme to Reclaim Tramps, Drunkards and, JVIInor De linquents Think Ten T,h,o,usand Acre Tract Will Be Needed4Freodom Ob tained by "Making Goodl"' A "city of vagabonds" 13 to be estab lished by Nebraska, and all tramps, drunkards or delinquents of other kinds who drift Into that state will lie in danger of being made citizens of the new colony. The "city" will not rob the penlten tlary of any of Its prisoners, but Is In tended to take care of that large class of unfortunates designated by profes- ' slonal charity workers as "below the poverty line." The bill creating the now colony Is before the Nebraska legislature. It will be the first Institution of Its kind in, the United States and as an experiment along untried lines ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 March 1911

TILu, CITIZEN. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1011. the oiTiziEnsr Semi-Weekly Founded 1008; Weekly Founded 18-M. PUHI.IHilEO WEDNESDAYS AND FRIDAYS BY tHE CITIZEN rUBLI8IIIKU CO. Knured as Becond-class matter, ut the postntflce. Honesdale. Pa. K. U. JIAIiDKNIIKiUill. W W. WOOD. n. ii. wiTimmiKE, J.M.SMHL.TZKH I'RKSlllKN'l SECRETARY .MANAGING EDITOR ASSOCIATE KDITOlt Dllttx-TOKs: O. II, nollFMNOEn, M. B. ALLEN, II. WILSON. K. 11. IfAMlENBERnll. W W.WOOD e r..' ... ..n ..'. itll,iitina utiil ilfflirf. tfi uur irienus ivuv iului ho ivtn - have the same refunded, shonld'in every ca&c enclose stamjis for that puriwsc. TKKMS : OHK YEAH, - $1.50 TIIKEU MONTHS, - 38o. HIX MONTHB, - .75 ONE MONTH, 13(3. Remit by Express. Money Order. Draft, Post Olllco Order or Heg Istered letter. Address all communications to'llia CI1IZEN, iNo, 80). Honcadalo, Pa. , The policy of the THIS UITIZtiN is to print the local news in an interesting manner, to sumarize the news of the world at large, to figld for the ri...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 March 1911

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JIAKCH 15, 1011. INTERESTING SOCIAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS FOR SALE.. aro In a position to furnish reliable fertilizer at Interesting prices. Murray Co., Honesdale. Pa. 21tf. FOR SALE Eggs for setting sin gle comb White Orphlngtons, Kel lorstrass Strain, $2.60 per 15; White Pekin Ducks, $1.00 per 11. Chas. S. Burger, White Mills, Pa. 10t4 LIME-SULPHUR SOLUTION, Tyrox and soluable oil for spraying or chards, also big line of sprayers at Murray & Co., Honesdale, Pa. 21tf KOlt SALE Kelly & Stelnman brick factory building, Including en gine, boiler and shafting. Inquire of J. B. Robinson. BOtf. SAP PANS, BUCKETS AND SPOU'lS at prices lower than you are ac customed to pay. See Murray Co., Honesdale, Pa. 21tf $3,500 buys 439-acre farm about 30 acres clear, the rest In timber, good water, house and barn; situate near White Mills, Pa. Inquire of W. K. Hlttlnger, White Mills, Pa. 14tf. HARNESS, COLLARS, STRAPS, work and all kinds of horse goods an bo found In good...

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