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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 March 1911

TIIM OITIZRN. WEDNESDAY, MARCH IB, 1011. FIRST B IN BIG DEMAN Major League Team Managers Scour Country For Material. NEW ONES BEING TRIED OUT, Six American Loaguo Clubs Are Ex perimenting With Youngsters at Training Camps Boston and Pitts burg In National Weak. A glance at tho makeup of the six teen clubs In the two innjor league organizations will disclose the fact that few teams have tho Initial bag covered as the requirements of the po sition demand. Tho conditions are worse In the American league than In tho National, for, with the exception of the Athlet ics and New York, the teams In the junior organization are weak at first, and the managers are having consider able trouble finding men to fill tho po sitions. Tho National league is considerably stronger In first basemen' than the American league, Pittsburg and Bos ton being the only teams that are real ly weak at the Initial sack. The Phil lies have a veteran In "Kitty" IJrans flcld, who Is slated to play first again tills ye...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 March 1911

THJC CITIZEN-, WEDNESDAY, MAItCH 1G, 1011.

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 March 1911

ii,,nfKiii- IWJI"l"l'W" T BB aiaij a iMa.Ja.ja.ja.ja.ja.ja.ja.JBa. THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAUCH 15, 1011. THE COUNTY STEENE. Special to THI3 CITIZEN. STENE, I'n., March 11. Mr. and Hrs. W. K. Spry, formerly of Stccne now of Dyberry, are visiting this week with friends hero. Farmers Denny and Haley are now husy boiling the water out of the syrup that comes from the hard maple. There will bo an old-fashioned do nation with plenty of oysters for de sert at the homo of Edward Keen at Keen's station, Thursday evening, March 1C, for the benefit of the pastor, the Rev. Mr. Burch. All are ordially invited to attend. MOUNTAIN HOME. Special to THE CITIZEN. MOUNTAIN HOME, Va March 11 Walter Pruscht of this place, went to Endtcott on a business trip last week. Mrs. P. D. Mick went to Scran ton last Tuesday. Mrs. Harry Gusslnegr was a busi ness culler in Stroudsburg last week. The L. A. S. of this place will meet in tho Odd Follows" Hall on Friday, Miss Clara Freunscht is staying with friends a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 March 1911

WEATHER FOnEoAs'tf: FAttt. WEATHER FORECAST: VA READ THE CITll READ THE CITIZEN SAFE, SANE, SURE. SAFE, SANE, sui 68th YEAR. NO. 22 HONESDALB, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1911. PRICE ENTS Citiictt JURY FINDS HORSE THIEF GUILTY. Judge Little Presides In Two Cases-Land Dispute Case Still On-Routine Business. ( PLEA OF "NOT GUHTV" ENTERED IN CORTRIOHT CASE; REV. W. H. SWIFT AS JUROR HAS A DUSV DAY. UG NEW S News and Views of The Legislators. Warren Simpson, who says he lives at Wlnwood, was convicted Tues day of horso stealing and receiving stolen, goods. Sentence will be pass ed tho close of the court session. Tho case lasted part of Monday and nearly all of Tuesday. Charles Spowak was prosecutor. It will bo remembered that Warren Simpson was arrested Thursday, December IB, by Constable Jesse Sherwood, Preston, at Wlnwood, In Dan Labar's barn whero he had gone to work, on complaint brought by Charles Spewak, Waymart, "that Simpson did on tho night of September 3, 1910, at Clinto...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 March 1911

Tim CITIZEN, FIUDAY, MARCH 17, 1011. ARISTOCRATIC SMITHS. They Lead the Four Hundred In New York, Chicago and Philadelphia. The new Locator of the Social Reg ister, just issued, contains an inter esting study of names ns they arc given In the various Four Hundreds of the cities which have been listed. The Locator, which covers twenty-nlue cities, contains the names of 05,048 persons. Of these HO.TtVJ are grouped as Mr. and Mrs. and -14,80(1 appeal' as single. Iu New York's Four Hundred the Smiths lead, there being ICO In the aristocratic luclosure. The Browns come next with 143, the Clarks third with ninety-one. Although less nu merous, the Livingstons, with Affr eight, are still typically of the me tropolis, there being only four Living' Btons outside New York. Three are in St. Paul, and one Is In Cincinnati. In Washington the name of Davis comes first, with twenty-threo, and the Har risons, Parkers and Smiths are sec ond, with twenty-two. There are tweu-y-one Johnsons. In Philadel...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 March 1911

THE CITIZEN, IfKlPAY, MAHCII 17, 1011. QUEER DOCUMENT F T Newspapers of United States Pub lishing Whnt Purports to Ho Sncrcd Writ. Papers throughout the United States nre printing what purports to bo a letter written by Christ. In this letter was an injunction that it should be published to the world by whoever found it, together with the statement that misfortune and bad luck would follow the person havlug possession of It, In the event that it was not givep publicity. There was likewise a promise that whoever may have a copy of this in his or her possession will prosper and be fol lowed by good fortune. According to the history of the letter, it was written by Christ Just after his crucifixion, signed by the Angel Gabriel, ninety-nine years af ter the Savior's birth and presum ably deposited by him under a stone at the foot of the cross. On this stone appeared the legend, "Blessed Is he who shall turn me over." No one knew what the inscription meant, or seemed to have sufficient c...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 March 1911

Tllu- Fill DAY, MARCU.17, 1011. oiTizzEiLsr Amnded 1814. THE Reinl-Wcckly Founaeil 1008; Weekly PUHMKUKU WKDNE8DAiS AND FRIDAYS BY HI IS CITIZEN PUBLISHING CO. Ktin-rptl as second-class matter, at the postotllce. Honesdale. l'a, H. B.UAitDlCNUKKUU. W W. WOOD. B. II. WITIIKUHKK, J.M.SMKI.TZKH I'KKSUlKNT SKCKETAItY MANAGING KIHTOIt ASSOCIATE KDlTOll DIRECTOIIS: O. II, DORFUNQEIt, M. B. ALLKN, It. WILSON, E. B. lUIUlKNtlKIirm. W W. WOOD Our friends who favor us with contributions, and desire to have the same refunded, should in every case enclose stamps for that purpose. TlittMS : ONH YEAR, - $1.00 T1IKEE MONTHS, - 38c, SIX MONTHS, - .75 ONE MONTH, - 13c, Keralt by Hxprcss. Money Order, Draft, Post Olllce Order or Heg Istcrcd letter. Address ull cominutiieatlons toTtio Citizen. No. iUl.Main street, Iloneadale, l'a. Tho Albany Senatorial breakfast was unproduc- j tlvo. Nevertheless It seems to have given tho partici pants a slight attack of Indigestion. John Booth, an elghty-soven-year-...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 March 1911

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1011. INTERESTING SOCIAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS FOIl SALE. aro In a position to furnish reliable fertilizers at Interesting prices. Murray Co., Honesdale. Pa. 21tf. FOR SALE Eggs for setting sin gle comb White Orphlngtons, Kel lerstrass Strain, ?2.G0 per 15; White Pekln Ducks, $1.00 per 11. Chas. S. Burger, Whlto Mills, Pa. 16t4 LIME-SULPHUR SOLUTION, Pyrox and soluable oil for spraying or chards, also big line of sprayers at Murray & Co., Honesdale, Pa. 21tf FOIl SALE Kelly & Stelnman brick factory building, Including en glue, boiler and shafting, inquire of J. B. Robinson. BOtf. SAP PANS, BUCKETS AND iil'UuitS at prices lower than you are ac UBtomed to pay. See Murray Co., Honesdale, Pa. 21tf $3,500 buys 439-acro farm about 30 acres clear, the rest In timber, good water, houso and barn; situate near White Mills, Pa. Inquire of W. K. Hlttlngor, White Mills, Pa. 14tf. HARNESS, COLLARS, STRAPS, work and all kinds of horse goods an bo found In good v...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 March 1911

THK OITI.I. MtllAV, MA1K AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION Betty's Idea and the Result of the Experiment. By SUSIE B. WIGHT. "Now, Tom, dear," said little Sirs. Kills, handing him n cup of coffee, "1 have something serious to say to you." "Yes?" Mr. Ellis' tone was notably nbsontmtndcd. Ho was looking at the alluring curve of her soft white arm. She had the cunnlngest way of giving her big sleeves a twitch to keep them out of the way as she passed anything at table, and this mornlug the slcevi was a great silken one embroidered with Japanese Iris. However, for her wn good her husband had not told her ill her attractions for him. Not know ing his train of thought, she observed only the preoccupation In his tone. This confirmed her In the wisdom ' her determination, but It also gave hei a queer little disposition to let dowi' the corners of her mouth. "Well, It Is only this, Tom," she pro ceeded, her eyes studiously avoiding his. Preoccupation In his tone was bad enough; to recognize it In his e...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 March 1911

r KIDAY, MAHCII 17, 1011. 40BI RAGING SEASON NEARAT HAND Turfmen Are Looking Forth to Active Campaign In East. BIG TRACKS TO OPEN AGAIN, Metropolitan Courses Preparing For Summer Meeting Jockey Clubs Of fering Liberal Purses For Stakes. Pimlico to Open Season. With the advent of spring tho turf men are looking forward to the open ing of the eastern thoroughbred horse racing season, which this years begins nt Jamestown, Vn., In April. There will bo racing at Sheepshend Bay, Gravesend, Hcluiont park and nt Saratoga, N. Y., to say nothing of the smaller metropolitan tracks on the Now York circuit. While many things may happen between now and the opening of the racing season, at pres ent the prospect for a summer's racing In the eat linf not looked brighter In several years. Several of the big stake races are to bo run on the metropolitan tracks this year, and Saratoga Is looklug forward to one of the best seasons In her his tory. It is the racing folk that keep the town going both in s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 March 1911

THE CITIZEN, Fill DAY, MARCH 17, 1011. THE COUNTY HAMLIN. Special to THE CITIZEN. HAMLIN, Pa., March 10. P. A. Abboy Is In Honesdale, attending the session of court. Mrs. J. T. Stocker and Mrs. C. A. Spangeuberg visited Miss Electa Mooro on Tuesday last. h. .1, Peltnn Is on tbo sick list. Mrs. Minnie Brooks and (laughter, Alice, who spent the Inst three weeks In Scranton, have returned home. A. B. Walker made a trip to Honesdale on Monday last. Eugene Mitchell, who has been In Dayton, Ohio, for a part of tho Win ter, Is expected homo soon. A poverty social was hold Tuesday evening at tho homo of Mrs. Hattle Bortrce, Hamlin. A literary program consisting of music, recitations, etc., wns rendered. EAST HAMLIN. Spi-clat to THE CITIZEN. EAST HAMIN, Pn Mnrch 1(1 Sugar making on hand. Mrs. Rebecca Ressegule has had a bad case of erysipelas. D. Swlnglo lost a valuable cow recently. Earl Ressegule, who has been sick for tho past three weeks, is Improv ing. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Peet made a fl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 March 1911

fatr. WEATHER FOREC WI5ATHER FOHEOAST: FAIR. READ THE TIZEN READ THE CITIZEN SAFE, SANK, SURE. SAFE, SAN SURE. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1011. CENTS 68th YEAR. --NO. 23 M JE 2 ALL ABOUT HENS Prof. T. E. McGrew Tells How To Care For Them THIEF SENTENCED Simpson May Serve Ten Yrs. Not Less Than 2 1-2 LEOTUItES ON INCUBATORS, CHICKENS, EGGS, FOOD, DIS EASES, THEIR CURES, ETC. Before a large audience, evening In City Hall, under the aus pices of the Wayne County Poultry Association, Prof. T. F. McGrew, principal of the School of Poultry Husbandry at the I. C. S.. Scranton, delivered his popular lecture on "In cubation and Brooding." The Asso ciation is booming, and now mem bers are Joining every week. The President of the society, E. Kins man, Cherry Ridge, presided and In troduced tho speaker. The lecture In part was as fol lows: Women Best Poultry Growers. "Women have been the most suc cessful poultry growers in the world. Women are always careful and at tentive ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 March 1911

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MATtClI 22, 1011. 1 Each Man Carries a Weight of Fifty-Four Pounds o 4 . -..- -----QO O ONE of the chief values of the present mobilization of one fourth of the United States rcgulnr army along the Mexi can border, to military men at least, Is the opportunity offered to try out the more modern and lighter personal equipment for the Individual soldier. Ever since military experts began a real study of conditions with the In tention, If possible, of lightening the Infantryman's burden the one foro niost idea has been In lessening the number of pounds of accoutorment necessarily carried when under full Held equipment. Willie the officers hud In mind tha reduction of the actual weight of the outfit, it was figured that there must he no deviation in efficiency. Under the present United States army regu lations the full Held equipment for active service, Including the rillo and ninety rounds of ammunition, weighs lifty-four pounds. It is the hope of the military ex...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 March 1911

TUB CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, LltCH 23, 1011. ENGLAND AS AN AMERICAN STATE Cecil Rhodes Favored a WorU Republic. WOULD MEAN LASTING PEACE. W. T. Stoad Tells of Interview With Rhodes In Which the "Colossus of South Africa" Favored the Different Parts of the British Empire Becom ing Parts of the American Union. Three Young Men Destined to Wear Crowns and Govern Nations W. T. Stead recently published a statement to the effect that "Cecil Rhodes said If the Anglo-American onion could not be obtained otherwlMs than by applying for admission as states federated with the American Union bo would apply." This aroused the Interest of Andrew Carnegie, who wrote to Stead for par ticulars. In response the English edi tor made the significant assertion that Rhodes was ready to have England and nil her colonies apply for admis sion as states in the American Union. Says Stead: "Mr. Carnegie's Inquiry suggests Im possibility that other readers may be glad of a reminder as to the attitude of Cecil Ithodcs ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 March 1911

Tllk CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAHC1I 22, 1011. THE CITIZE1T Soml-Wcckly Founded 1008s Weekly Founded 1811. PDKIIHIUO WliDNKSDATfS AND FRIDAYS DV HIK CITIZEN PUBLISHING CO. fCntniwI as second-class mutter, nt the postolllce. Honesdale. l'n. H. If. IIAHDKNDERUII. W W. WOOD. It. II. WITIIKIUIKE, - J.M.SMEIVTZKll PKKS1DENT SKCHKTAUY - MANAGING EDITOR ASSOCIATE EDITOR niRKCTOBS: O. II, roRFMNOKH, M. H. AM.EN, II. WILSON, E. n. HAnDENnKROlI, W. W. WOOD Our friends who favor us icith contributions, and desire to have the same returcd, should in every case enclose stamps for that purpose, TEHMS: ONE YKAIt, - $1.50 TIIHHE MONTHS, - 38o. SIX MONTHS, - .75 i ONE MONTH, - 13c. Ileralt by Express. Money Order, Draft, Post Olllco Order or Iteg lotered letter. Address nil communications to The Citizen, .No. WU. Main street, lloneidale. I'a. All notices of shows, or other entertainments held for the purpose of making money or any Items that contain advertising matter will nniv hi nrlmlttnfl tn thU nnnor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 March 1911

TUB CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1011. A-CENT-A-WORD FOB SALE. FOR SALE Six-room cottnge with small orchard, located In village. Edw. O. Hang, So. Canaan, Pa. 23tf AUCTION SALE Two cows, one two-seated wagon, one buggy, one team racket wagon, one lumber wag n, one plough, one heavy harness, no mowing machine, six cider bar rels, etc. Auctioneer S. Amos Ward. At Bowden Farm, Saturday, March 25. Mrs. Edw. Gregory 23t2 RED MEN'S PINS a new and lino assortment; also II. H. S. pins, at Petersen's. 23t2 UNCLE JOE STRAIN of Columbian Wyandots. Eggs for hatching and stock for sale. My birds are . bred from New York, Chicago, Boston and Scranton winners. Correspondence solicited. Joseph Stephens, Box 5-B, White 'Mills, Pa. 23tf fclME-SULPHUR SOLUTION, Pyrox and soluable oil for spraying or uhards, also big line of sprayers at Murray & Co., Honesdale, Pa. 21tf FOR SALE Country store proper ty, with or without stork of groceries. Business established 35 years. J. E. CROSS, Sterling, Pa. 2...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 March 1911

t THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAHCII 22, 1011. ORDEAL OF Til NEW RECRUIT The Initiation of an Embryo General. The officers of tins th hussars were profoundly moved. Commissions In the regiment had from time Immemorial been reserved for the sons of noble men, nnd now John Ilunklns. the sou of a retired brewer, had been appoint ed. There was a babel of voices nt the Junior mess, nil raised in protest against this Invasion of n prerogative of the peerage. One man sat quietly listening without a word, but he was a younger son of a baronet who had made money lu trade and had been ad mitted to the sacred circle of titled people because he had given his for tune to the poor. "It's very easy to get wld of these common intwuders," said Lord Hart ley. "All we have to do Is to fweeze 'om out" "Just so," assented the Hon. Mr. Maxcey. "But suppose their beggarly natures aro too obtuse to see what's meant by tho tweatment we glvo 'em,"' put lu the Earl of Ilarrowby. "In that case," Hartley explained,...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 March 1911

THE CITIZEN', "WEDNESDAY, MAIICII 22, 1011. MJSSOURI HELPS CLOTHE PEERS FOR CORONATION. Furnishes Weasel Skins to Deck Eng lish Aristocracy. Mnlcs are not the only useful article Hint trie state of Missouri furnishes to tho British empire. Weasel skins also B from "show me" land to London. In a big St. Louis fur houso n score tf men have been busy sixteen hours a. day at sorting thousands of weasel pelts, which arrive iti an endless suc cession of mall and express packages. Jt Is a long way from this scene to do gorgeous historical pageant of the coronation of King George V. Yet the xveasol skins which tho St. Louis work men stack In neat piles are destined, wider tho aristocratic name of ermine, o ornament the robes of peers and peeresses and perhaps tho state gar ments of the king and queen them boItcs. For St. Louis, "the fur cnpltal of the world," Is supplying most of the er mine which the lords and ladies of the English realm will wear at the crown ing of their sovereign. One S...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 March 1911

I THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAItCII 22, 1011. THE COUNTY HAWLEY. Special to Tlio Citizen. HAWIiKV, Pa., March 21. Rev. Richard Jordan, PIttston, delivered an Interesting lecture on "The Day Wo Celebrate," at St. Phllomena's church Friday evening. There was special music and a large attendance. Last Friday evening R. Joseph Gold en. PIttston, was the speaker. This Is Father Goldon's native town. Ernest Vogler, the Ponn Avenue flour and feed merchant, mot with a painful accident Tuesdny just as ho stepped on the running board which extended from the store to a wagon being loaded. The team started, throwing him to the ground nnd dis locating his shoulder. Dr. Rodman Is the attending physician. At tho box social Wednesday night In the .M. E. church Sunday school rooms $27.75 was realized. William Grause loft Saturday for Philadelphia to visit his father. Miss Agnes Beahen, who had a severe attack of quinsy, returned to her home, Hawley, Tuesday last. Wo have heard tho sad news of Philip S...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 March 1911

WEATHER FORECAST: FAIR. READ THE CITj&iN READ THE CITIZEN SAFE, SANK, SURE. SAFE, SANK, si priceJcente? 68th YEAR. --NO. 24 HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1911. Cttim WEATHER FORECAST: FAIR $4,000 FIRE LOSS Store and Dwelling of Arthur Sherwood Com pletely Destroyed SAVED BY KEROSENE EXPLOSION i NO LIVES LOST IX TERRIFIC I FIUK WEDNESDAY NIGHT .NOTHING SAVED. Tho dwelling house and store of Arthur Sherwood, Maplewood, were destroyed by fire on Wednesday even ing at 10:30. Tho fire started In tho wing of the house, which was used as a store. It Is supposed that mice nibbled at snmi matches, and so started the lire. .Mr. Sherwood was away from home at the time. His wife and little girl were asleep, and were awakened by an explosion, supposed to be the turpentine ex ploding after the lire had started. The wind blew so that it was im possible to save anything, with tho exception of some clothing. The loss Is supposed to he about f 4,000 $1,000 on the store, and $3,000 ...

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