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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 January 1910

TIIK OITIZKN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1010. CENT A WORD COLUMN FOK 8ALE Real estate of the late F. D. Pcnnimnn; also household furniture, crockery, books, pictures, etc. Inquire of E. A. Pcnnimnn, or on promises. tf. COMK TO HONESDALE and se ura one of tho fine coats sold at fcalf prlco at KATZ BROS. 3tf. DAIRYMEN, ATTENTION! A Star litter carrier will save one-half f tho labor about tho barn. See them nt MURRAY CO.'S, Honesdale, Pa. 3t3 UP-TO-DATE FARMERS use tho Star litter carrier. Come In ana see them. MURRAY CO., Honesdalo, Pa. 3t3. WK CAX SAVE YOU big money It you wish a Fire and Burglar Proof Safe. Write or call and bo astonish ed nt the saving. WYMAN W. KIM BLE. lmo2 ATTENTION! The Kimble plan ing mill Is always ready to piano match and rip lumber of any kind. Also estimate on cabinet work. WY MAN W. KIMBLE. lmo2 GOLD COIX IX)USE powder kills Insects of all kinds on cattle. Ko dnnger. MURRAY CO., Hones dale, Pa. 3t3. WANTED Three inch maple, 5 lnch wideband up. Also one Inch bas...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 January 1910

Tins CIT1ZKN, Fill DAY, JANUARY 14, 1010. mm POULTRY AILMENTS. Vlgllnnco anil Conunonscnso Com bined will Work Wonders. Of tho causes for dlsonscs of poul try and especially chicks, tho great est 1b llco oi n wot spring, or during n rainy summer, tho llco will very soon get tho upper hand unless one is very vigilant. Tho llco can be mndo to leave the chicks, before feathering, by cover ing them with a coal oil sprinkled cloth leaving the chicks under tho cover for fifteen or twenty minutes. All the lice that wore on tho chicks will bo found on tho cloth dead, und most of the nits on the chicks will also bo dead, this rids them of the pest for the time, but if they run with lousy chicks or their mother hen is lousy, or their coops and run are dirty and contain nits it will bo but a short time until they are Infested again; so tho only chanco for safety Is In continuing tho coal oil wrapping every few days, or In thor oughly ridding the rest of tho fowls, and the. premises of all lice...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 January 1910

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, JANUAltY II, 10JO. PAID IN FULL Novelized From Eugene Walter's Great Play . . . By . . . JOHN W. HARDING Copyright, 1908, by a. W. Dillingham Co. CHAPTER XXII. IT wns to Brooks nn Interminable week tlint elapsed between his visit to Smith nnd tlio letter's re turn from lils mission. Patience was one of his virtues. Having taken the decisive step toward a reconcilia tion with Emma, lie yearned more than ever for his wife herself. Ho paw her now only as she was when he hiul made her his bride, only as she had been In the full flowering of her rhap sodic adoration, and the vision abided with him by day as well as by night, lnthralllng all his senses. That the rapprochement would bo effected he entertained no doubt what ever. Her present position, he was convinced, must bo intolerable. He planned to make her homecoming an occasion of festivity that would mark the beginning of a new, unending hon eymoon. He had learned much from the desolation of n loveless life. Thi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 January 1910

TUB CITIZEN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1010. r CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMNS THE MOST RELIABLE MEDIUM FOR SPREADING UKWICK AX1) liAKKVIIiliK. C. W. Pennoll nnd Wllllnin Secger aro hauling Mr. Pennoll's logs from UBwick to tho mill nt Lnkovlllo. Joseph Rlchtcr, who has hpen spending several weeks In Now York, returned to his homo at Uswlck on Thursday evening. Mr. Eugene Stroh, Mr. A. Sanders, and Mr. W. B. Dartleson vlBlted Mr. John Schleupner on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Daniels and family, of Lakovlllc, visited Mr. and Mrs. S. It. Crane at Uswlck on Sun day. Miss Clara Schrador of Lodgedale, visited her sister, Mary, at A. Goble's at Lakevllle on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Mains, of Us wlck, visited Mr. and Sirs. Robert Loveless at Lakevllle on Sunday. F. It. Olmsted lo:. a hor&o to-day. A cake and coffee social was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank James, who live near Ariel. There were fifteen members of Hlldegard Itebekah Lodge who attended, and twelve people from Ariel. They we...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 January 1910

THK WKATHKR.: On Wednesday, oovrchut lo partly cloudy weather will prevail, preceded ljr rain nnd snow. K1 af tf" P I? 1C JC K tf K If J" K Seml-Wcckly Founded 1908, ' jj Weekly Founded, 1844 J j c jc tc jc jc w13ie County Organ V. of the 3LICAN PARTY SI wt o jx & j j 67th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1910. NO. 5 fins NUJKOKPLl Says Charges of Favoritism Are Baseless. WILL VYELCOME INVESTIGATION. House of Representatives Commit tee Will Inquire at Once Into Official Acts as Land Com missioner. Washington, Jan. 18. In reply to the specific charges of extravagance and favoritism In the land oillce and mis use of appropriations made by Repre sentative Hitchcock of Nebraska be fore the house committee on expendi tures In the interior department Sec retary Ballinger said today: "The charges are baseless, and I welcome the fullest Investigation by congress. "It Is true that Judge "Wright was demoted while 1 was commissioner of public lands, but not to make r...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 January 1910

TtlX ornZKN, WEDNESDAY, .TANUAItV 10, 1010. MAN OF MYSTERY DIES NEVADA Wife of Ros Raymond Write of the Passing Away of Her Re markable Husband HE POSED AS A MIGHTY RAJAH Welt Known In Many Lands, His Ca raer Cleared Up ElQht Years Ago Extraordinary Episodes In His Life Strange Effect of Drink. Carson, Nevada. Itoss Raymond, war correspondent, author and ad venturer, whose daring disregard of men and laws led him from palnces to prisons and back again, died recent ly In Carson. Cancer of the liver was the causo of death. Raymond up to eight years ago, when the New York Herald cleared up the mystery of his career, had de clared himself to be of British parent age, the son of an English officer, born In Sussex and educated In n famous Latin school; that he Joined the Eng lish navy and after promotions and long and honorable serlvco ho resign ed and left his ship at San Francisco to become a newspaper correspondent and writer of books. He said he en tered the British navy through the i...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 January 1910

TUB 0IT1ZKN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1010. TUNGSTEN ELECTRIC LIGHT METAL AVIIiL CHEAPEN ELECTRIC LIGHTING. Ono October night In tho year 1781, whllo Washington's cannon wore demanding tho surrendor of Cornwallla at Yorktown, a German scientist, working In his llttlo lab oratory by tho light from tallow candles, discovered a new and moBt unusual metal which ho found im possible to molt in his crudo char coal furnace. H,e called tho new metal Tungsten, from tho Swedish "tung" (heavy) and "sten ' (stone) because tho heavy ores had come from Sweden. Little did tho old man know, as ho worked away by candlelight to give his discovery to tho world, that his find would one day, a hundred and twenty-fivo years later, completely revolution ize electric lighting. Twenty-flve years ago Thomas A. Edison produced tho first success ful incandescent electric lamp after other Inventors had worked for nearly fifty years to perfect ther de vice, The filaments for Edison's first lamps were mado of carbo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 January 1910

nna citizen, Wednesday, januahy 10, ioio, THE CITIZEN rOBUtHKD XVCRY VTXDITKBDAT ANt FIUDAT BT tiir cmzxn rosMsnma company. Entered as Beoond-class matter, at tho post ofllce, llonesdnle. l'A. SUBSCRIPTION .... , 11.60 JS. B.UAKDKNDK11GH. - - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. MANAGER AND SKC'Y DIRECTORS! o. n. DoaruNQKR. m. b. ali.kn. REKBT WILSON. K. B. HARDKHBEHOU. W. W. WOOD. WKDNKSDAY, JANUAHY 10, 1010. One blessed liopo wo havo to holp keep us warm this winter, Is that Ice may bo chenp next summer. Speaker Cannon, "Uncle Joe," did wino talking on Thursday when ho gave a treatise on party regularity, but not until the newspaper boys did a whole lot of coaxing. Cannon has been in the political game long enough to know that anything said by him on the subject is certain to cause the people generally to do just a bit of thinking. "Jly test of regularity In politics, church, finance, or family," ho said. is "co-operation, harmony. I am a great believer in caucus the wick ed caucus. Get together...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 January 1910

Tim oitikhn; Wednesday, January 10, 1010. CENT A WORD COLUMN COMB TO, HONESDALE and se cure ono of tho fine coiti sold at kalf tfrico nt KATZ "BROS. 3tf. DAmMEN, ATTENTION t A Star litter' carrier will save one-half f tho labor about tho barn. Seo them at MURRAY CO.'S, Honcsdalo, Pa. 3t3 UP-TO-DATE FARMERS uso tho Star litter carrier. Cotne In ana see them. MURRAY CO., Honcsdnle, Pa. 3t3. WE CAN HAVE YOU big money It you wish a Fire and Burglar Proof Safe. Write or call and bo astonish ed at the saving. WYMAN W. KIM BLE. lmo2 ATTENTION ! Tho Klmblo plan ing mill Is always ready to piano match and rip lumber of any kind. Also cstlmnto on cabinet work. WY MAN W. KIMBLE. lmo2 GOLD COIN LOUSE POWDER kills Insects of all kinds on cattle. Vo danger. MURRAY CO., Hones dale, Pa. 313. YOU WILL FIND tho largest lino of sleighs, prices right, at E. T. Smith's. 1120 Church street, Hones dale, Pa. 39elS. COME to tho big store for cutters and heavy bobs. MURRAY CO., Honesdale, Pa. 3t3. FOR SALE 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. — 19 January 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1010. MARKETS FOR FHUIT8. Bring Good Prlcos and tho Demand la Increasing. All kinds of rood fruits havo brought food trlcog during the past tew years, and the demoaa 1b In creasing with tho population. Tropi cal countries excel In the varieties of fruits, but with Its delicacy of flavor, tho ptnoapplo Is lnforlor In point of quality and tenderness of flesh to tho peach of tho tomporate sono, and tho familiar apple of our climate has no equal In the tropics for combination of desirable quali ties. We Import .argo quantities of fruit partly because wo desire somo kinds that wo cannot profitably grow, and also because wo do not supply the demand for our own na tive fruit. In no year within tho past qunrter of a century have we been supplied with a sufficiency of npplos. During certain periods of the year they bring larger prices than oranges, and the bulk of tho peach crop Is now of ten sold when the trees are In bloom. Tho demand for pears has been ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 January 1910

TOE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1010. PAID IN FULL Copyright, 1908, by 0. W. Dillingham Co. CHATTER XXIII. AUTUMN, chilly nnd wet, had mJk brought Bojourncrs In the JljL country early to town, among them Mrs. Harris nnd her daughters. Mrs. Harris had requisi tioned Jlmsy Smith's services before eho descended ftpm tho mountains. There was a lot to do on their ar rival. Would ho mind attending to this nnd that for them, end would bo meet them7 Jlmsy duly attended to this nnd that met them In his old Ktsnlal way, saw them Installed In their homo, dined with thom, as per Mrs. Harris' schedule and, although tho winter was well advanced, had never been there since, except to mako a brief call at Christmas. At each of theso visits Emma had thrilled at sight of him and at tho sound of his voice. It was with timid ity thnt she had extended her hand to him, but neither by pressure of his clasp nor by any sign of manner, ex pression or intonation had ho given Indication of remembrance that...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 January 1910

TUB CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1010. CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMNS i THE MOST RELIABLE MEDIUM FOR '. SPREADING INFORMATION ! POYNTELLE. Ico harvesting nnd blizzards aro In order here the last two weeks, with the odds In favor of the bliz zards. Tuesday, December 28, I'hilandor Black, of Maplewood, came here, accompanied by the following as sistants: Messrs. Alton Black, Alton Van Sickle, Fred Van Sickle, Fred Bell, Clyde Bell, Elmer Brown, Mnhon Qruinlck and John Bell, all of Maplewood. Thoy arrived here on the noon train and after dinner repaired to Lake Five Mile, whero the Consumers' Ice Company, of Scranton, has an up-lo-date lco plant of twenty thousand tons ca pacity. They proceeded to preparo for business while the telephono was kept hot throughout the vicin ity announcing that Mr. Black had come, as it Is always a sign some thing is going to bo done when he awvears. By Thursday night every thing was in working order. Next in order was to organize a working force, which Mr. Bl...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 January 1910

THE AVKATHKK On Friday fair and Might! milder weather will prevail, and on Saturday, partly cloudy to overcast weather. K" P ff tC tf C. t? JC JT K" K iC K" If H" o SenrH-Weckly Founded rrtevvic ic'jc v? tC V tc'tf jc if i? i K Wayne County 'Organ kf55 nf fh x k 1908 J k J k Weekly Founded, 1844 J js J J J t Jt J J J PUBLICAN PARTY HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 21 1910. 67th YEAR. NO. 6 EE POOL ENDS Causes Wall Street Failures for $8,000,000. EXCHANGE WILL INVESTIGATE. Drop of Sixty-three Points In Co lumbus Hocking Coal and Iron Company Shares Dae to Corner. New York, Jan. 20.-D1 rectors of the Stock Exchange have ordered a searching Investigation Into the pool engineered In the stock of the Colum bus Hocking Coal and Iron company which led to the failures of Lathrop, Hasklns & Co. and J. M. Flske & Co., with liabilities aggregating $8,000,000. The flimsiest bubble that has been blown in Wall street since the Webb- Woror Hvnillnntn nf tlin nineties failed was p...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 January 1910

t TJIR CITIZKN, FRIDAY, JANUAHV 21, 1010. REPORTS TRACE OF ANDREEJ ARCTIC Missionary Tells of Eskimo Tribe Which Had Rope and Instruments SAY THE EXPLORERS STARVED Another Story It that Andree Party was Killed In Fight and Balloon Belied Came Out of the Sky In a "White House." Winnipeg, Man. Bishop Pascal, who has charge of the Diocese of Prince Albert, which embraces the sub-Arctic country to the north of that city, brings back with him a story of the finding of traces of the balloon In which S. A. Andrce, the Swedish explorer, attempted to drift across to the North Pole. One of his missionaries reported to him that while working among the Eskimos of the Arctic region ho mot a tribe which had some of the plundor of the party with thom. These na tives had In their possession a quanti ty of rope of a quality which they could not get In barter from the ships which enter the Arctic sea. When questioned the Eskimos told that many years before they had come across two white men who came ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 January 1910

THH CITlZBIf, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1010. GRANGE. If VKRGREHN TREES IN 1JAI) CONDITION. Specimens of twigs and bark of evergreen trees, supposed to havo been damaged by scalo Insects, wero rccolved from Washington county, Pennsylvania, at tho Division of Zoology of the Department of Agri culture, Harrlsburg, with a request for Information ns to the cause of their Impaired condition. One of tho specimens was from a tree that ap peared to be diseased when it was planted some twenty years ngo, ac cording to tho correspondent, who stated that "It has nover done any good." Professor II. A. Surface, tho Economic Zoologist of tho State, In reporting upon the specimens, wrote as follows: " I have received the twigs and bark of your evergreen trees, which you sent to me, nnd must confess that I can not find any Insects pres ent, and the subject of plant diseases belongs to the specialist known as a plant pathologist. For that reason I would advise you to send some of "the supposed diseased bar...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 January 1910

fllK CITIZEN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1010. THE CITIZEN rOBUillKD KVKRT WIDKI8DAY AMD FMDAT DT THK cmzEn rDBUsumo COM TAUT. Watered as second-class mutter, at tho post oluce, lloneadale. l'a. SUBSCRIPTION . , , 11.60 B. B.IIARDKNDKItQlI. I'ltKSIDKNT W. W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SKCY directors: o. n. DOnrLINQKR. jj.b. alien. IM1I WILSON. E. B. IIAHDKNBKnOH. W. W. WOOD. FRIDAY, JAN. 21, 1010. It Is mighty mean to patronize a merchant who will trust you until you get so far in- debt to him that you are ashamed to see him, and then go and spend your cash some where else where, you could not get credit; but there are people, who do it. The honorable way would be to spend your cash with the. merchant who trusted you, even If you never expected to square up the old ac count. When all the world Is tops-a-tur-vy, jerky and panicky, we hoar of but mighty few farmers making as signments. And while they oftou feel they are the oppressed of the nation, yet, alter .all, how little they know of the sudde...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 January 1910

TIIR 0IT1EHN, OTUDAY, JANUAHY 31, 1910. CENT A WORD COLUMN WANTED A Smoother to .do acid work pnrt of tno time. Experlcnco requfred. Clinton Cut Glass Co., Aldenvlllo, Pa. 6tf. COMK TO IIONKSUAIjE and se uro one of the flno coats sold at kalf price at KATZ BROS. 3tf. DAIKYMKN, ATTENTION! A Star litter' carrier will save one-half of the labor about the barn. See them at MURKAY CO.'S, Honcsdale, Pa. 3t3 VOlt SAIjE Real estate of tho late P. B. Pennlman; also household furniture, crockery, books, pictures, etc. Inquire of E. A. Pennlman, or n premises. tf. WE CAN SAVE YOU big inonoy if you wish a Fire and Burglar Proof Safe. Write or call and bo astonish ed at the saving. WYMAN W. KIM BLE. ' lmo2 ATTENTION! The Kimble plan ing mill is always ready to piano match and rip lumber of any kind. Also climate on cabinet work. WY MAN W. KIMBLE. ' lmo2 (SOLD COIN LOUSE ,lOWl)EK kills insci ts of all kinds on cattle. No danger. MURRAY CO., Hones dale. Pa. 3t3. VOL WILL FIND tho largost line of s...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 January 1910

SHE CITIZEN, FltlDAY, JANUAHY 31, 1010. DAIRY- fS CREAMERY L.TTLE DANGER PROM SILAOE. Nothing Cheaper In Dairying Than Corn and Alfalfa Feed. In discussing tho feed problem a neighbor of mlno made tho startling statement that silage will eat out a cow's stomach and cause her to lose her teeth. When I got home I thought I would ooe If all of my cows had teeth and If any stomachs were miss ing. Suro enough, I found a young caw with a tooth gone, but thoro was Modern Method of Filling Silo., a better one coming In Its place, writes C Li. Hunt In Farm and Home. I found another cow that has beon eating silage for over 13 years and has been giving over 12,000 pounds of milk per year. It takes an 8 1-2 foot string to roach around this cow's bar rel. Cows that freshen In the fall and are fed on silage will give one-third more milk. When the .cows freshen In the spring It Is almost Impossible to keep up the full flow throughout August and September becauso of the drought which cuts pasture s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 January 1910

THE CITIZEN, Fill DAY, JANUAKV 21, 1010. ) PAID IN FULL Copyright, 1908, by Q. V. Dl!llngltm Co. CHAPTEIt XXIV. M 'II. BROOKB would like to tec you, sir. I told him you wero In, but he would not come up and asked mo to let you know ho was downstairs." "Tell him it's all right I'll sec him." "You mean that he's to conie up?" "Yes, if he doesn't mind." Tho landlady went out, gathering from tho visitor's unusual request and her boarder's reply that there had been trouble between them. Jlmsy pushed away the book he had been reading and leaned back In Ills chair to await his former friend's coming. Brooks shuffled rather than walked In. lie did not offer to shake hands, but, with n subdued "Hello, Jlmsy," seated himself on the edge of the arm chair that In former days he occupied as his own. Then he seemed to forget where he was, sank back, shrinking Into his overcoat, and sat as though stupefied, twisting his hat In his hands slowly and mechanically. Smith was shocked at the change In h...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 January 1910

TUB CITIZEN, FHIDAV, JAXUAKY ill, 1010. CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMNS THE MOST RELIABLE MEDIUM FOR SPREADING INFORMATION STRIDE. One day last week, a young farm er applied at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Duffy for a position on the farm. After a short consultation Mr. and Mrs. Duffy decided to keep the young man but on a small sal ary until the plowing season opened up, ns help for the farmer Is getting senrce. Mother and son nro doing fine. The Lake Lodoro Company is har vesting the finest crop pf ice that has been harvested for several years, the Ice being 14 Inches In thickness at the present time nnd still getting thicker. Last Thursday and Frldny were two record-breaking days' for tho company in harvesting ice, as twenty-one thousand and nlno hun dred cakes of Ice were harvested each day under tho supervision of Michael McMahon. Mrs. Warren Buckland, who has been seriously ill for the past four weeks. Is slowly recovering. William Cole is confined to his home with a severe attack...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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