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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 September 1910

r X tc tC I0 K tC jo J? if ' 1? tc 1? JO Semi-Weekly Founded k 1908 k J Weekly Founded, 1844 67th YEAR. RE CONTRACTOR WALTEltS ON THE UROUND AXI WOUK WILL START JUST SO SOOX AS GOV ERNOR'S NAME IS OX THE CONTKACT ROOF MAY HE UI BEFORE JAX. 1. Work on the Honesdale armory cannot be said to have actually start ed, lor the Job of staking out for a building is not to be taken as the first steps In construction, but the armory building will be nicely un der way, it is expected, before the fl,nish of September. Herman Walt ers of the Scranton contracting firm of Walters & Bellman, the concern that will put up the armory, struck town Wednesday, signed his name on the register at the Allen house, and after a talk with John D. Weston, who represents the Wayne Citizens Armory board, pro ceeded to the lot on Park street, where, accompanied by one of his men, ho took the preliminary meas urements and inspected the site. Mr. Walters expects to leave Honesdale for Scranton at 4.30 this aftern...

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

THE C1T1Z.X. KltlliAV, SIU'T. 0, 1S10. unify urr inflim i a... mMiunimui , Roosevelt Rushes Upon Dis turber at Fargo. MYSTERIOUS MAN DISAPPEARS While Addressing North Dakota Labor Day Crowd an Unknown Intruder Causes Unpleasant Interruption. Colonel Hustles Him Off. Forgo, N. D.. Sept. C Fargo Is today till talking about the quick, effective measures adopted by Colonel Iloosevelt lti dealing with the ernnk who, It Is suspected by some, uiny have hiui thoughts of violence. The crank, a rough, dirty looking man, wearing a battered derby hat nud with a two days' growth of beard on his face, Jammed his wny tlirough the crowd at Island park, where Mr. Iloosevelt spoke, and demanded an nu dlence. It was Just at the conclusion of the colonel's sieech to the laboring men of the west Ou the platform from which Mr. Iloosevelt had spoken were fully 1,500 persons. They didn't know what It all meant "I've a question to. ask," yelled Uie man. as he pressed closer to the colo nel. "I want to speak...

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

4 THE CITIZEN, F1U1AV SlU'f. 0, 11)10. COXX)0XOOvXX)000000(XXXXXOOOOOOOOCOOOOCCOOOOOOOX000 c A CHAT WITH OUR NEIGHBORS O O0OOCCCOCXXXX3OvXXXOOOOCKOOCXXXO00CXKXOO3OOCOOOOOOO00 PLEASANT MOUNT. The Preshyterinn church premises have been tastefully repainted nnd present nn attractive appearance. Mrs. Peck has moved .Into her new house. Mr. and Mrs. Osmer Wright and Lynn and Mrs. Spencer (Thomp son) have visited Mr. and Mrs. P. Spencer, Dr. Scott Spencer and friend of Cnrbondnlo have visited his mother, Mrs. Grace Spencer. Rev. William Usher, pastor, lect ured In the Presbyterian church on "My Walks In and Around Jerusa lem." Jessie Mills died Sunday after a brief sickness, leaving six clilldron. The Presbyterian Sunday school held a social on the church lawn which was greatly enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Gralmin leave the village this week for Honesdale and many regret their departure. The day school reopened on Mon day under Prof. W. J. Deltrick, Prof. J. H. Kennedy nnd Miss Helen Tiffany. Mr...

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

iHE CITIZEN, Fill I) A V, SUIT. I), 11)10. THE CITIZEN rOBUBHKD EVERY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY nY THE CITIOT rDBLleillNQ COMPANY. Entered as spoonil-class mutter, at the post olllce. llonesrtnle. l'a. SUBSCRIPTION ?1.50 K. B.IIARDRNBRI10II. - I'RKSlDRJfT W. W. WOOD. MANAGER AND SKC'Y BILLIARD BUUCK - - KDITOH DittEcrona: 0. n. DOKrUNQER. M, B. ALLEN. HENRY WILSON. K. II. 1IARDE5DERQ1I. W. W. VOOD. Kit IDA , SKIT1. , 1010. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Governor JOHN K. TENER. For Lieutenant Governor JOHN M. REYNOLDS. Secretary of Internal Affairs HENRY HOUCK. State Treasurer CHAS. P. WRIGHT. For Congress, C. C. PRATT. For State Senator, W1NFRED D. LEWIS. COUNTY. Representative, H. C. JACKSON. What? Abolish the marines? To whom, then, will romancers tell In credible yarns? New York Tribune. Easy! They can tell them to the unsophisticated, believing gentlemen who persist In hallucinating their heads with the Idea that WILLIAM H. BERRY can get votes enough to stick that delectable prefix of "Gov e...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 September 1910

niE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, HHPT. 0, 1010. CENT A WORD COLUMN lmilK.'i; BUILDERS Bids will bo received by the commissioners of Wayne county nt their ofllco lu Honcsdnlo for tlio construction of bridges ns follows: Concrete bridge nt Stnrruccn, 32 feet, span, 14 feet, roadway. Concrete bridge near Starlight, 24 feet span, 14 feet road way; Iron bridge over Lackawaxen near Hawley, 150 feet span, 14 feet roadwny. Plans and specifications at Commissioners' office. All bids must bo on file on or before 10 n. ni. Wednesday, Sept. 14, 1010. Commissioners reservo tho right to reject any or all bids. Toil SALE OH RENT A house on Wood avenue. For particulars Inquire of Mrs. M. J. Kelly, 1704 Wood avenue. TOcIG Tin a lG-cent hot lunch, served nt Heumann's restaurant from 11.30 to 1.30 p. m. WOMAN WANTED for kitchen. Good wages. Heumann's Restaurant. FOR SALE A Ford roadster; first class. A. E. BRYANT. C9t2 WANTED A good licensed com mercial hotel, 25 to 30 rooms. Must bear investigation. Send full pa...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 September 1910

1'llK C1TIZKN, Kill DAY, bUin. 0, 1010. GRIM AND BERRY IN BITTER CLASH Republicans Serenely Watch Democratic Row. KEYSTONER IS IN A BAD WAY Editors Who Once Supported Former State Treasurer Now Denounce Him and Call Upon Party Men to Stand by Nominees of Allentown Convention. Special Correspondence Philadelphia. Sept. G. A sharp drawing of the lines in the factional flght in the Democratic party nnd a display of bitterness between the lenders of the Grim and Berry forces have served to accentuate the one-sided character of the guberna torial campaign in Pennsylvania. In tho dosporato struggle between the Grim adherents and tho Berry warriors, Republicans are not playing favorites, but aro complacently look ing on ond speculating as to which wing of the Democracy will land in socond place on election day. If tho Republican leaders had plan nod the situation, they could not have brought about a happier condition for their candidates. Following tho rcmarlsablo demon stration given In h...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 September 1910

JHE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, SEPT. 0, 11)10. jglaturday Qight Cil(C y ReT- F- E. DAVISON Ullj Rutland, Vt 54I-QCQ THE REGALIA OF THE KINGDOM. International Bible Lesson for Sept. 11, '10 (Matt. 22:1-14). Every organization, society, pnrty, lodge and club among men has Its members Identified, at homo and abroad. Only those who havo been initiated, taught the mysteries, signed the proper documents are entitled to wear the badgo of membership or reap the bonellta of the order. Dut having paBsed the appointed tests and received tho appropriate credentials the members are thoncoforth desig nated and recognized by tho badgo, the pass word or the hailing sign by oil tho brotherhood. Insignia of the Kingdom. Tho Kingdom of Heaven Is no ex ception to that rule. Those who como into It do bo voluntarily, and there after are clothed In a regalia which Is only bestowed upon those who have learned tho mysteries of the spiritual kingdom. The king. In explaining what that Insignia stands for, re lates tho ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 September 1910

- V. T1IE CITIZEN, FRIDAV, SEPT. 0, 1010. tt u - it tt it VALUABLE NEWS FROM Important Happenings and Personal Items Contrlb- $ utcd by THE CITIZEN'S Corps of Correspondents. $ BEACH LAKE. I A number or boarders tiro hero yet. This 1ms been the best year, as every house 1ms been full. William Butler has moved In the house vacated by Mervin Gavltt. William Bullock of California Is visitliiB J. P. Build. Mr. Budd Is erecting a cottage by the lake. We have not learned if it Is for himself or to sell. A son was added to Mervin Qavltt's home Tuesday. George Dunn of Hawley is spend ing some time with his brother and sister here. Ho is somewhat better than when he made his last visit. May Bradbury has returned to West Chester State Normal school. W. C. T. U. convention here about Sept. 20. Soon we will be thinking about going to the fair for a Jolly good time. Delbert Mclntyro is still confined to the house. Rheumatism seems to be his chief trouble. Norman Davey of Norrlstown Is visiting 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. — 14 September 1910

THE WEATHER Wednesday much cooler niul cloudy ttcnthcr; Thurs dny winner mid northeasterly winds. sf t? 7? te ? ' K r K" & t? ' K vt' Semi-Weekly Founded y, k 1908 2 vi Weekly Founded, 1844 J Wayne inty Organ V. Vi ' REPU AN PARTY ? NO 73 67th YEAR. HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1910. CASE OF DANIELS 1)C Ctteeti BMRD OF TRADE EVIDENCE AGAINST YOUNG MAN CHARGER WITH SHOUTING I "SCAD" at NON-UNION GLASS CUTTER TAKES FIVE HOURS I AND ARGUMENTS A HE PUT OVEH UXTIIj SE1T. UO. It took Justice Robert A. Smith i all day Friday to hear the evidenco j in the case of Frank Daniels, one of nine men charged with disorderly I conduct when, on Aug. Av, as al leged in the complaint, a number of union glass cutters Jeered a non union man and made things disa greeable for him and the two De- mers, who were walking down Court I the Herbeck-Demcr shop had ended for the day. . The first witness got on the stand at 10.20. The last one left the stand at 4.4 D. The county court ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 September 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 14, 1010, CASE OF DANIELS (Continued from Page One) hissing In front of bor houso, she said. James Conger said ho saw a crowd on Court street, In front of the courthouse, a few minutes past G the night in question. The con duct of these men, the witness said, was objectionable. He was on his front porch at the tlmo and hnd a good view of them. Henry Demer said ho lived at Court and Seventh streets. Ho knew Frank Daniels by sight and at one time employed him. On Aug. 30. Mr. Demer said,- Daniels passed the Demer houso at C or a few minutes after. Ho was ono of a crowd of men that came down Court street, following Mr. Denier, his brother and Knapp, the non union glasscutter. Knapp at that time, the witness explained, was boarding with the other Demer. He said tho crowd followed the trio as far as the machine shop, but this was nothing unusual to him, Mr. Demer said. There were cries of "Scab" and "Skunk" and "Choke him," but the vile epithet that lies at ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 September 1910

t TUB CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 14, 1010. O0O0O0O0OO0QO0OOOOO00O0X00OX A CHAT WITH OUR NEIGHBORS )0OO0OOOO0OOOOOOCXXXXXO0O0O00O0O00OO00O00OCXX0OO0O00O B RAMAN AND KELLAM. Addlo Rnuner, Sophia Bloom And Lizzie Mlnckler returned from Lake Huntington last week. Preston Tceplo Is home from New York for a few weeks with his fam ily. David Stalker, Sr., attended the reunion of the Stalker family at Hurd, N. Y., last week. Qeorgo Young has sold his "home at Kellam to parties from Lookout, who will take city boarders. Arthur Stalker of Pcckvllle Is spending two weeks with his grand parents. School opened Monday, with MIbs Emma Woolheater as teacher of the Kellam school and Miss Addle ttminer teacher of the Braman school. All are glad to have them return. Mrs. David Stalker, Sr., who has been sick the past week, is gaining slowly. Mrs. Harry Layton of Blng'haui ton, N. Y., Is at the home of her fath er, Nicholas Kelly. Several from hero attended the clam bake at Lookout for the 110110 flt of...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 September 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, SKIT. II, 1010. THE CITIZEN rDBLISIIED KVKltT WKDNESDAT AND FRIDAY BY inK CITIZEN rUHLllHINO COMPANY. Entered as sooond-olnss mnttor. nt the post olUce. Honesdale. l'n. BUBSCRIPTION $1.50 K. B. IIAKDKN'IIKIIGII. I'RKSIDKNT W. W. WOOD. MAKAOKR AND SKC'Y UILI.IA1U) 11HUUK - KDITOK directorb: c. n. dorfli.nqer. m. r. allen, henry wilson, k. r. hardekderoh. W. W. WOOD. WEDNESDAY, SUIT. 1 U 11)10. REPUBLICAN TICKET. l'or Governor JOHN K. TENER. For Lleutonnnt Governor . JOHN M. REYNOLDS. Secretary of Internal Affairs HENRY HOUCK. State Treasurer CHAS. P. WRIGHT. For Congress, C. C. PRATT. For State Senator, WINFRED D. LEWIS. COUNTY. Representative, H. C. JACKSON. THE STRENGTH OF GAYNOR, We note nearly every day by news dispatches from New York that May or WILLIAM J. GAYNOR, now on tho high road to old-time pugnacity and vigor after his recent business contact with a sore-headed ex-doclc employe's bullet, is willing, probably anxious, to take the Democratic nom ina...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 September 1910

TUB CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. I I, 1010. CENT A WORD COLUMN FOR SALE Building lots sultnblo for business properties or resi dences bounded by Main, Church, Seventh and Eighth streets, Facing each of tho above streets. Most de sirable sights In town. Call on mo for further particulars. M. P. Dorln. 72t2. FOll RENT Nine-room house on Eleventh street with all modern Improvements. Call at once. J. B. Richmond. 73tf. BRIDGE lilflLDEHH DIds will be received by tho .commissioners of Wayno county at their office In Honesdalo for tho construction of bridges ns follows: Concrete bridge nt Starrucca, 32 feet, span, 14 feet, roadway. Concrete bridge near Stnrllght, 24 feet span, 14 feet road way; Iron bridge over Lackawaxen near Ilawley, 150 feet span, 14 feet roadway. Plans and specifications at Commissioners' office. All bids must be on file on or before 10 a. m. Wednesday, Sept. 14, 1910, Commissioners reserve the right to reject any or all bids. FOR SALB OR RENT A house on Wood avenue. For ...

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 September 1910

TUB 0IT1ZKN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 14, 1010. Woman'sWorld Lady Harding. th Nw Vloe Rein of India. Tho wife of tlio new viceroy of Indla Lady Hardlnge, la ono of the most .popular women In England. Sho was tho Hon. Winifred Sturt. dnughter of tho Qrst Lord Alllngton, who was popularly known by the nickname of "Bunny." Lady Hardlnge has not In herited her father's peculiar rabbit- like features, but Is a very charming and pretty woman, also wonderfully gifted. Lady Hardlngo Is probably tho finest amateur violinist In England, and sho owns a fine Stradlvarius. tier musical talents havo gone far to strengthen tho high favor in which sho has been held ever since her childhood by Alexandra, the dowager queen, who Is passionately fond of music and who. though sho does not play the violin herself, prefers It to all other Instru ments. Ever since Lady Hardlnge's mar riage sho has been n lady in waiting to Queeo Alexandra and from girlhood has been tho most intimate friend of tho queen's daughters...

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 September 1910

TUB CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. U, 1010. TIMELY HINTS FORMERS Temperature For Churning. i The temperature nt which cream should bo churned varies with Its character. The rango for most cream Is between 55 and CO degrees. Rlpo or Hour cream churns much more cnslly than sweet cream because the particles are less sticky. It will also churn nt a higher temperature, which is more con .vonlen. In rich cream the particles Ho closer together, and this makes It more easy to churn than thin cream. When nil tbo conditions are right the average cream ought to churn In from thirty to forty-flvc minutes. You can churn best with the churn only ono-thlrd full. This is true es pecially with tho concussion churn, which Is tho best kind. Tho concus sion churn gives from 10 to 12 per cent more butter than the old dash churn, Which leaves that amount In tho but termilk. You will find churning more difficult when the cream is thin or sweet or cold or from cows advanced In tbo milking period, or the churn m...

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 September 1910

TILE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. .11, 1010. 1 VALUABLE NEWS FROM 4 tt :: Important Happenings and utcd by TH E CITIZEN'S HAWLEY. Some Wjr Fish Tnkcn From I'nu pack Ono of Them l'hoto irriiphcd. There is n general move cityward tlicse dnys, the vacation season being nearly at an end. Only a few aro coming this way during the week end. There was n Labor day picnic at tlje Dea grounds on the Paupack. Dancing was the principal diversion. Music was furnished by Pearson and Seaman. The fishing continues excellent. The best catches of the week wore a five-pound bass caught near the boat landing at Wilsonvillc and a German carp weighing 12 i pounds, 29 inches in length, caught out of the Lncknwnxon near the sand bar Wednesday morning by Joseph Mc Nntuara. He set his pole and lino the night before, hoping to catch an eel. in the luorulng 'when he went to take up the polo he found a heavy load at the end of his line, which he with difficulty, assisted by his broth sr by plunging Into the water,...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 September 1910

,to,,JC'K,K''K,lt'J,K,,ox, Semi -Weekly Founded k 1908 k n Weekly Founded, 1844 J .S fc4 J J Jt .tf JX 0 0 J 67th YEAR. HOSPITAL IN RIGHT HANDS Women of Honesdaies Deeply Interested In This Long Need ed Work For Humanity, Will Organize Aid Society and Help Raise $5,000. The call for n meeting of the Honesdnle women to organize n La dles' Aid society to help raise money for the Honesdnle hospital drew 40 of them to the assembly room of the Lyric Wednesday afternoon. The meeting, which lasted 45 minutes so far as the open session went, resulted in the choice of Mrs. W. Ii. Swift for temporary president nnd Mrs. W. J. Van Kueren for tempor ary secretary. The permanent of ficers will be elected at a later meet ing a meeting when there will be no men to butt in. Mr. Fuerth, who was the long talker, did not call the meeting to order. Myron E. Simons did that. The talk of the district attorney was short and to the point. "No need," ho said, "to tell you ladies what you are here for. You kn...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 September 1910

THE CITIZEN', Kill DAY, SEPT. 10, 1010. BERRY'S BREAK BURSTS KIS BOOM Candidate's Crazy Talk Startled the Commonwealth. REFORMERS REPUDIATE HIM Indorsement of Democrats For Con gress Too Much For Independent Republicans to Stand. Special Correspondence Philadelphia, Sept. 13. Everything everywhere In tho po litical situation In Pennsylvania pro Eagcs a phenomenal Republican vic tory In November. Not only are tho Republicans unit ed, harmonious and aggressive, but their old timo oppononts, the Demo crats, are hopelessly divided nnd do moralized. The nomination of John ICInloy Tenor by tho Republican convention for tho governorship, by a unanimous voto and with every unsuccessful can didate promptly and sincerely pledg ing fealty to the nominee, has boen followed by evidence of a practical and Indubitable character of earnest and onthuiastlc support of tho ticket from tho great body of tho Republi can voters of the commonwealth. Fresh from an atmosphere of neigh borly good will, Mr. 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. — 16 September 1910

THE CITIZEN, FlttDAY, SKIT. 10, 1010. fEBTl! ritOPESSIONAIi CARDS. Attorncvs-nt-Lnw. H WILSON, . ATTOHNKY A COUNSELOU-AT-LAW. Office adjacent to Post Ofllco in Dlmmlck office, Ilonesdnle, l'n. Court Fixes Bail at $30, 000 For Each Defendant. Democrats Will Gwiro! t!;o Next Legislature. II. LEE, ATTOIINEY A COUNBELOIl-AT-I.AW. flfllrpnvpr nont nlllre. All Irani Imslnera promptly attended to. Iloncsdale, l'a. FINE MTES. Central Official Says Con sumer Pays Ultimately. RAISES CASED ON JUDGMENT. Ml TOUTS R. GLAVIS. Land Office Chief Vho Ao- 2 ) cused Secretary Ballinosr. ARMOUR IS FIRST IN COURT. Morris Declares Charges Are Abso lutely Unfounded Swift and Con nors Hurrying Home From Eu rope Two More Indicted. Chicago, Sept. 14. Personal bonds aggregating $000,000 were agreed oil when Judge I.-iudls opened court as security for tlm appearance of ten meat packers who were Indicted on charges of conspiracy In restraint of trade. Fixing the amount of tho bonds and agreement that the defenda...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 September 1910

TH13 CITIZEN, FRIDAY, SKl'T. 10, 1010. THE CITIZEN rtJBUSHKD KVKBV WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY BY TUB CITIZEN PUBLISHING COMrANY. Bnlered as second-clnss matter, at tho post otllcc, Honcsdale. l'a. SUBSCRIPTION ?1.50 K. B. HAUnRNlilillOH. - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SKO'Y MILLIARD HltUOE - - EDITOR DlnECTOKBt 0. n. DORrl.INOKB. M. B. ALLEN. nKNRY WILSON. K. B. HARDKNIIERail. W. MT. WOOD, FRIDAY, SHI'T. 1, HMO. MU'UHLICAX T1CK13T. or Governor JOHN K. TENEIl. For Lieutenant Governor JOHN M. ItEYNOLDS. ' Secretary of Internal' Affairs HENRY HOUCK. State Treasurer CHAS. F. WItlGHT. For Congress, C. C. PIIATT. For State Senator, WINFRED D. LEWIS. COUNT!'. Representative, H. C. JACKSON. .MAINti FIGHT A LOCAL ONK Republicans should not get un easy or fidgety this early in the game because the ordinarily conser vative and careful Pine Tree state has in a moment of uncharacteristic hysteria seen lit to throw a Repub lican governor out of the state house In Augusta, to send three Demo crat...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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