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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 February 1909

ttett Scral-Weekly Founded i 908 , Mi . ; Weekly Founded, 1844 REPUBLICS 86th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1009. ass mt IS Intimation That California Legislation Is Unjust. CONFERENCE AT WHITE HOUSE .Paoiflo Coast Senator and Repre sentatives Invited by President Boosevelt to Talk Over the Crisis, UNEASY Washington, Feb. t). Baron Taka 'hlra, the Japanese ambassador, has, It 1m reported, conveyed to the, state do partment a cominunlcatton from bis government declaring that tbo pro posed California legislation Is unjust and which puts an end to all hope of a satisfactory solution short of a sur render by the California legislature on tbo anti-Japanese bills. It was this' communication which led to a conference ut tbo White House between President Roosevelt, Secretary of State Bacon, Assistant Secretary O'Laughlln, Senator Frank P. Flint of California, Interstate Com merce Commissioner Lane, also aCnl lfornlnn, and Representatives Julius Kahn and Joseph It....

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 February 1909

I H M III III I I "IW 111 III ' HUMWI III W I I HHIBill WW II 1 IIIWII'I HIUMWIIHMM I IIWIBWUMWI IW I. The Lincoln Many Rare Geniuses Were Born In 1809, and Abraham Lincoln Was Great est of Them All m m 0 0 m 0 By EUGENE FERRIS Copyright, 1800. by America PrtM AuoeUtien fa HIS Hat of tlx world's Krenl men born In 1800 and whose centenaries wlU therefore be ( el ebrated during the present yenr In surprising large. The mini ber renches Intc r. Wilkes iiooth. thescorep. Chief anion)? the poets wero Tennyson, Poo Holmes, Fltrgcrald and Lord Hough ton. Of luuslclanB there wcro Cuojilu nnd Mendelssohn; of scientists, Onr win und many lesser lights; of tight ers. Admiral Dnhlgren, Kit (viuson. Marshal Canrobert; of statesmen. Gladstone. Hnnnlbnl llninlln nud Abra ham Lincoln. Lincoln and Dnrwln, perhaps the most ci'lelirutrd of the list, were born on (he Niune day. One abolished chat tel shivery, preserved the world's grout est republic and set democratic government a long step forward; t ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 February 1909

Tfie Ball Players. Martin, the little brother of Pitcher rlouMhsM Hints; The quickest cleaner lor a sticky i The Birthplace of Lincoln 7 No Other American Fsrm Srve Mount Vernon Hit Produced Such t Wonder ful Crop of Patriotism 0000 , By HORATIO BLISS Copyright. 1909, by American Pratt AMoeittlon em 1WO miles froit Hodgenvlllo, Ky.. Is a one bundrcO and ton anrr farm tbnt nil.se; little except pa triotism. Tbt cropu on It lire for the mosl part stunted have 11 dlseour need appearance Perhaps this de Jectlun c o 111 e f from d o d k 1 11 s about to nil si the rocks or from trying to And fertility In the soil, n hopelesi task. Whutevei the cn use, the fact remains that mncolr in 1802. the latest tenant was unable to make enough from thr place to meet the taxes, Just as tht earllost one of record, a certain farmer carpenter of the name of Thomas Lin coin, failed' to get enough out of th barren acres to pay for them. YeV this atony, unproductive spot ol earth la now one of the world' eh...

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 February 1909

THE CITIZEN. VBBUSHEI) XVEST WEDNESDAY KKD FEItlAT BT thk cmnat rtmusmna coxfakt. ateredBB sitiiI-1(irh matter, at the post office, Honesdale, Fa. A Flood of Bills What Legislation l Needed Corporation, For estry, Pensions and Local Option Taking Precedence. B. B.HAKDKNBKUGH, - - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AMD SBC'Y DiBBcrons: " . R. DORrUKOEIt. BERRY WILBON. W. W. 'WOOD. M. B. ALLEN. E. B. HABDEVBEBOH. HOBSCRIPTION: $1.50 A YEAR. IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1909. A RECENTLY published report of the Boston Park Commission is interesting. In 1900 twelve miles of road were oiled to keep down the dust, and the result was so satisfactory that in 1907 the whole extent of more than forty miles was treated in this way. Mr. Futman, the engineer, has "carefully calculated the, cost, and he says the annual cost of prinkling a 30-foot roadway was $489 i mile, whereas the cost of oiling the same roadway 30 feet wide was $375. In ad' dition to laying the dust the asphaltum in the oi...

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 February 1909

CENT A WORD COLUMN i AUCTION SALE-HjuiwUt Febrnary KL at Druun'i bam. rear of Allen House, ax one p. m. Fresh cow. Horses. nrOna. Harness. Slclrhs and any article rati wish to dlsposeot may be brought In for site. Trrms made known on day of sale. BLAKE ultO.s. SCHOOLTEACHERS If yon have a Tew boars each day that yon can spare from your work we will show yon how to Increaee yo-Jr earnlnes. Uoi SSI. Honesdale Pa. If FARM FOR SALE.-Onc of the bert equipp ed farms in Wayne Co. Situated about 3 miles from Honesdale Everything up-to-date-Over $5jUO0 has been expended within toe last few years In buildings, luols and Im provements 15G acres. 73 acres of .which are sood hardwood timber Will be sold reason ablyA bareain: for further particulars In quire of W. W. WOOD. CmzES orncE. WANTED. To buy. rent or work on f ha res a 1M or more acre farm, complete with bouse, barn and stock. CmzES office. HELP WANTEII.-A11 klnds-now. Ad dressEmployment Bureau. 13 Clements St Liberty. N. Y. l WAVTPin Tn...

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 February 1909

CYotinsrerSet I SYNOPSIS OK PRECEDING CHAPTER; CiiAr. 1 Returning from Manila. Captal! Selwyn, formerly of the army. Is welcom Jl me by bis sls.cr. Nina Gerard, her wealthy Husband Austin, and their numerous cui ren. Eileen Krroll. ward of Nina and Austin is part of their household. Selwln hasbeei divorced, without guilt on hi? part, by hi wife. Alixc. who Is now the wife of Jail Ruthven, with whom she ran away frpi Selwyn. II Eileen, who Is very fond of he br tber. Gerald. de3plte the young man's neglect of her. makes friends with Selwy IlT-Ocrald is worried about young Errolr mingling in the fast set. Gerald Is employ iil by Julius Neergard. a rcale state opcratp ma large way. Selwyn promises Eileen b will look after her brother. He tells he about Roots Lansing, bis army chum it Manila, who is coming to New York. In the liark Eileen and Selwyn ride past Allxe. IV Eileen's deceased father was an archaeol ogist, and she has Inherited some of hi scholarly qualities. Selwyn helps Gera...

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 February 1909

The Younger Set. (Continued from page ) "Please sit here," she said "hero where I've been sitting." He did so, muttering: "What a nul tance! It will stop In a second. You needn't remain here with mc, yon know. Go In. It Is simply glorious." "I've been In. I was drying my hair." He glanced up, smiling; then, as the wet kerchief against his forehead red- dened, he started to rise, but she took it from his fingers, hastened to the water's edge, rinsed it and brought It back cold and wet. "Plea pc stt perfectly still," she said. "A girl likes to do this sort of thing for n man." "If I'd known that," he laughed, "I'd have had It happen' frequently." She only shook her head, watching him unsmiling. But the pulse In her had become very quiet again. "It's no end of fun In that canoe," he observed. "Gladys Orchil and I work .It beautlf uUy." "I saw you did," she nodded. "Oh! Where were you? Why didn't you come?" "I don't know. Gladys called you. I was waiting for you-expcctlng you. ' Then Gl...

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 February 1909

jllj II Correspondence Items Gathered by- THE CITIZEN TAFF -About the County. Haplewood. Feu. 5th; Henry O. Silkman, the owner of the well-known lake and park which bears his name, died at his home in Maplewood, Feb. Int.. Mr. Silkman was 78 years of age, and is survived by his wife and two sisters. He had been a great sufferer for seven years, and death cfeme as a welcome release to him. A short but impressivo service was held at the home, Rev. Rogers Israel, D. 1)., of St. Luke's Episcopal church, of Scran ton, officiating, after which his body was taken over the Erie Railroad and placed in the receiving vault in the Dunmore cemetery. Mr. Silkmanhad many friends in this community where ho has resided for over thirty years. He was a kind neighbor, a friend to the poor, and loved and respected by those who knew him best. We shall miss him. The Ladies' Aid, of the Grace Evangeli cal church, met at the home of Mrs. Milton Turner, Feb. 4th. Fifteen ladies were in attendance, and it is ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 February 1909

ittectt. Wayne County Organ of the fr'i 2 1908 i Weekly Founded, 1844 jjf REPUBLICAN PARTY; 66th YEAR. HONESDALB, WAYNE 00., PA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1909. NO. 13 c Will T DIE Mrs. Farmer to Be Killed In Electric Chair. SHE MURDERED WOMAN FRIEND Several Confessions Made by Her, In One of Which She Said That Her Husband Wield ed the Ax. Albany, N. Y., Feb. 10. Mrs. Mary 1). Farmer, now hi Auburn prison, must die In the electric cbnlr for the murder of her friend, Mrs. Sarah Breuunu of Wutcrtown. The state court of appeals has re fused to grunt a new hearing, and only the authority of the executive Is left to save her from the fate of Mrs. Martha Plucc, who was electrocuted lu 1899. The crime of which she was con victed was utrocious. The Brcnmins and Farmers lived side by side In Brownsville, on the outskirts of Wa tertown. Mrs. Brennan disappeared, and James Farmer, also under sen tence of death for the murder, and his wife moved Into her house. A few days later her body was found ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 February 1909

THE CITIZEN. rUBMIIIKD KVKBY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY BT THE CITHER PUBLI8UINQ COMPANY. Bntcred ns swond-lass matter, at the post office, Honesdale. Fa. E. B.HARDENBEROH. - - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SECY DIRECTORS ! . H. DORFLINOER. M. B. ALLEN. HMRY .WILSON. E. B. HARDEMDEnOII. W. W. WOOD. SUBSCRIPTION : $L50 A tear, in advance FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1909. During the delivery of an address before the Chicago Congregational Min isterial Union, on Tuesday evening of last week, Dr. William A. Waterman said that while the 'sun was shining on the day of the death of Abraham Lin coln, a bright star was distinctly visible at midday to the people of Washington. According to his statement the star be came visible at noon and hung there like the star of Bethlehem. It was the sub ject of much discussion. The news papers took up the mystery, but as time passed the comment ceased and the sub ject was forgotten. It is seldom spoken of now, but reference to the papers of the time would ve...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 February 1909

CENT A WORD COLUMN WAKTKD-A fir)- for general housework. Knqulre ol Wm. II. Hawken. 12QS East street AUCTION SALE-Thursday, February 18. at Braman's barn, rear ot Allen House, at one p. m. Fresh cows. Horses, Waeons. Harness. Slelebs and any article you wish to dispose of may be brought In for sale. Terms made known on day ot sale. llLAKE 11HOS. SCHOOL TEACHERB If you have a few hours each day that you can spare from your .work wo will snow you how to Increaeo your earnings. Drawer 5 Honesdale 1'a. WANTED. To buy. rent or work on shares a 100 or more aero farm, complete with house, barn and stock. Citizen olllco. HELP WANTED. All klnds-now. .Ad dress Employment Bureau, 15 Clements St., Liberty, NrY. J lotr WANTED In every Hamlet. Village, and Township, energetic people who will use their paro time for pood pay. . . Box 681. Honesdale, Pa. tf I DO NOT CAKE how bad the upholstery n your furniture. I will make same as good as new. Will repair furniture so that It Is as strong as new, 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. — 12 February 1909

lift Correspondence Items Gathered by- THE CITIZEN TAFF Sterling. Fed. 8. Mrs. Alfred V. Swingle is quite ill with scarlet fever and has a "trained nurse" frm Seranton to wait on her. Ralph is better. Ji E. Cross was confined to his bed last week, but got out to the postoffice on Saturday. A. J. Cross has kept his bed for over a week but is now thought to be im proving. Miss A. M. Noble is around again and Mrs. George Weldy is assisting her. G. D. Stevens, of Scrantoh, called to see his sister, Mrs. Phoebe Yates, last week and was a pleasant caller in town. We fear Mrs. Yates will never be very well again. For some timo past O. B. Megargle has bee living with his children in South Canaan, but put in a few dnys here last week. William Stevens moved from his daughter's, Mrs. Minnie Decker's, last week, to a grand daughter's, Mrs. W. E. Hofler. Mr. Stevens is about 00 years old. Last week Stella J. Cross came up from Wyoming Seminary to spend the Sabbath at home. On the 5th the Odd Fel...

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 February 1909

1 , MIBHM J -Si ' c vf 1 Scml-Wcekly Founded jj x 1 " 1908 Wayne County Orgt of the REPUBLIC AN PARTY HONESDAliE, WAYNE OO.PA., "WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1009. 66th YEAR. NO. 14 W 3fc TAFT URGES KNOX Senator Displeased at the House Opposition. 1NGUNED TO DECLINE OFFICE. Xr. Taft Says He Greatly Desires to Have the Fennsylvanian as Secretary of State. Washington, Feb. 10. President Elect Taft and United States Senator. Philander C. Knox of Pennsylvania held a conference here today, and the main topic discussed by them was the question whether Senator Knox should accept the post of secretary of state lu the Taft cabinet. Mr. Knox was disposed to decline the offer of a place In the cabinet In view of the opposition that developed in the house of representatives to the passage of the senate bill removing his disability. The fact that the house by a vote of 170 to 123, which lacked the neces sary two-thirds, refused to suspend the rules and that after the committee on rules had substitute...

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 February 1909

Otcar Htmounteln. THE wnr of the roses was as nothing to the wars, the queens of opera sometimes have. The prima donnas who nre adored from before the footlights by thousands of devotees of the mu sical art nre. as a rule, extremely Jeal ous of I heir professional prerogatives. O0PYRIC.HT BY MIOHKIN STUBIO MLIili. JEANNE GERVILTiE-BEACni: AS DK- iiiii.n. It has licon so from the beginning of things In the world of music, so Mnry Garden was only following precedents when she blurted hostilities because Impresario Oscar Hammcrstein pro posed to put Mile. Una Cavallcrl on at the Manhattan Opera House In the role of Thais, which Mary Garden claims to have created. It was bad enough for Mr. Hammcrstein to have a war with a woman on bis hands; but, to make matters worse, he chanced about the same time to offend some newspaper men, who took It upon themselves to square accounts wllh the opera manager in the way that men sometimes adopted in times gone by before courts were Instituted for r...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 February 1909

A SAGE'S ADVICE. Wear Wool and Retain Year Health. Natarc'a Laws not to be Violated with Impunity. The Bible not a Scientific Treatise. Mr. Editor: With as little repetition as possible upon points in my former communications, I wish again to assert that it is the property of linen to be a conductor of heat that it conducts heat away Irom an organism coveted by it, as a natural law. The science of phys ics proclaims these facts, and natural philosophy informs us why it is inferior to woolen for garments in our winter cli mate, for all persons compelled to ex posure. If, then, it is a natural law, the cor ollary of the proposition is that the woolen fabric retains the animal heat when applied to the surface of the or-. ganism j preventing its es:ape into the I colder atmosphere ; and the linen, wtien so worn, conducts it away. Scientists depend upon these natural laws, and it is science that decides the linen and woolen question ; it being a truth of na ture, the whole story is told....

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 February 1909

THE CITIZEN': rCBUSHZD STEBT WZDHC8DAY AltD FRIDAY T THE cmZEII PtTBUBHtltO COM PAKT. Rntcrcd as second-class matter, at the post office, lloncadale. Pa. K. B. HAIIDENBERGH. - - PKKSIDKNT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SECY directors: c a. DoaruxoEB, M. B. ALLEff. E. B. HABDEK8EB0B. BXHBT WILSOlt. W. W. WOOD. SUBSCRIPTION: L50 A TKAB. IS ADVASCE WEDNSEDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1900. INTERNATIONAL NEWSPAPER BIBLE STUDY CLUB. GOLD AND SILVER MEDALS, BIBLES, BOOKS. The International Newspaper Bible Study Club is for the purpose of pro moting, in an unfettered way among the masses, a wider study of the Bible, the basal truth of Christianity, and the prob lems which enter into every man's life. It is composed of all those who join a Local Club, and take up the simple course herein outlined, barring only ordained clergymen. All who have not oined are warmly invited to do so and o compete for the prizes. Persons may join the club at any time during the year, but must, of course, answer the 52 questio...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 February 1909

11 1i CENT A WORD COLUMN FOR RENT. Up-to-date bousc-9 rooms. Furnace. aU modern Improvements. On Eleventh 8t.-J. K. Richmond or Att'y Scarle WR VflLX, HAVE a car ot Pennsylvania Horses In Honesdale Saturday. Feb. 20. WOO. Drivers and draft horses. C. A. Cortrlght & 8 m. H HELP WANTED. All klnds-now. Address-Employment Bureau, 15 Clements St.. Liberty. N.Y. Wt7 AUCTION SALE-Thursday. February 18. at Braman's barn, rear of Allen House, at one p. m. Fresh cows. Horses, Wagons, Harness. Sleighs and any article you wish to dlsposcof may be brought In for sale. Terms made known on day of sale. BLAKE BROS. SCHOOL TEACHERS If you have a few hours each day that you can spare from your work we will show you how to Increace you earnings. Drawer 5 Honesdale Pa. r WANTED In every Hamlet. Village, and Township, encrget lc people who will use their spare time for eood pay., , . Drawer 5. Honesdale, Pa, tf I DO NOT CARE how bad the upholstery n your furniture. I will make same as good as new. W...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 February 1909

I Cfjc Younger Set Ha Author of "THE Copyrighted, SYNOPSIS 01' PRECEDING CHAPTERS Our. 1-Kotumlne from Manila. Captain 8jlwyn. foumorly of thonrmy. Is wclcomcc ixome by his Bister. Nina Gerard, her wealthy husoand Austin, und their numerous child ren. Eileen Krroll. ward ot Nina and Austin. Is part of their household. Selwln has been divorced, without Built on hi? part, by bit wife. Allxe, who is now the wife of Jack lluthven, with whom she ran away from Selwvn. II Eileen, who is very fond of hei fcrother, Gerald, despite the, young mans neglect of her. makes friends with Selwyii Ill-Gerald is worried about young hrrolrt mingling in the fast set. Gerald is employ ed by Julius Neergard, a rcale state operator lnalarceway. Selwyn' promises Eileen he will look after her brother, lie tells her about Boots Lansing, his army chiim in Manila, who is coming to New York. In the park Eileen and Selwyn ride past Allxe. IV Eileen's deceased father was an archaeol ogist, and sbo has Inherited so...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 February 1909

THE GRANGE Conducted by J. TV. D ARROW, Chithun. N. Y.. XYtm Correspondent New York State Orange Off STATEPATR 0 N S. Encouraging Report on Literary Work of the Gra..ge. A Co-optrttlv Organization Formed .With $25,000 Capital 8tock, but Dis tinct From the 8tats Orange Larfle 8avlnga on Farm Supplies Antici pated; The thirty-sixth animal session of inn Mnaannlilloatta of n fx rrvn n rrn nrna lllMri In Wnivioatni TMm mrnnirn wna tlPVOI In n mnvA nrafiAmiia nniwl I f Inn mcuiucib. tiii iui;i i-umi; iil i,tiiHi iiit: iuhl VU1 Carlcton B. Richardson of West n hln nnmmi nillmss snin thnr thf nil. nmmnrinr in t in lirna nr iih mpmiwrn. i . i 11.. . i i. i i. tr...i.... 1 1 M lllfril'llll II I III NI'IHIMl 111. ill IIIll lllflll tiii run iiiiiiisi mi i liiNiiriiTi nr ranrriu . A . T 1 A 1 1 111 A 1 T 1 1 . iniirmi avi niiii iiiir 11:1 vp himmi riji 117m 11 L 111 I' lilt UCLll Ii lllIlllHIlt't III I IIH lifllL HUUJl'Ul IU C'lltjU lUL llUUllltUU ' nnlrnnH. xne annual report or secretary w. Ho...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 February 1909

STATEMENT - WAYNE For year ending January 4, DB. To balance In hands of Troas.-Jan. 6. 1008: County fund J Koad " g 1? school 8S? .' :::z:::::::::: "-,12726 4 Amount received on collector cor tldcates: , . ai m County fund 348 bs Behoof " ::::::::::::::::: v&- 13528 Amount rece'd on unseated taxes: County fund g J School fgg il ?SS? " ::::::::::::::: 733 1 Amount of redemption money re- )g M .. dueondup8r;"w7w.:::: 001 due on dup. 1907...... isn 01 of 6 per cent added 01 added duplicate 177 87 overpaid duplicate ,8W-- H J2 5 :: M?jas 5S1 rl$f1i " ffJ?.m..Amt0rGCn.1 1-09 19 countyporllonllq. license 1393 00 Aud. Uen'l prim ye lec'ns. 179 83 ii agrlcultr'l BO'ty ooo uu I gunners license . 3 w J. K.Uqrnbeck ruler and Iron sold..... " o John K. Mnndevlllo steel ruler zs'i!' " Willis Downs overp'd wit- ness lees 1 08 w.J. Brill added dog tax inm w David Fisher old Iron . 1 60 ... v t...trn nan 1AKXI II1 ' JohnCongdon paint......... 6 76 Arthur Parson ..Id umber 5 00 Bup'vrs Texas o'd...

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