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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 November 1910

THE WEATHER On Friday, fnJr anil slightly milder weather will prevail, with light westerly winds be omlng vnrlnblo In tlio Jn(crlr, K i- K j' J"' V jk n tr 1 1 1 iH Scmi-Wcckly Founded 1908 2 Weekly Founded, 1844 J Wayne County Organ of the 1 REPUBLICAN P 3 . j j J j j o J 67th YEAR HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1910. fO 92 "LOST, STRAYED OR ?"--RUBBERS- Governor Stuart Issues His Thanksgiving Proclamation POISON? mat AT Prof- Mark Creasy, Hawley, the Victim of a Mysterious Disap pearance At so Some Account of Several Excellent Lectures Prof. Mnrk Creasy, Hawley, said: "I have an announcement that will not Interest the ladles, and only about fifteen of the gentlemen. I Tind yesterday n pair of rubbers, size S . Gold Seal brand, new. I might tippiI them hoforc the end of the week." The sessions of the Wayne County Teachers' Institute were resumed Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock with devotional services conducted by the Rev. Albert L. Whlttaker, rector Grace Episcop...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 November 1910

TBS C1TIZ1CN, fuidav, novkmiikii IS, 1010. LUTHER LEAGUE CONVENTION. Delegates from Eovcntcon leagues representing ten cities attended the thirty-sixth annual convention of tho Northeastern district of tho Pennsyl vania division of tho Luther Leagues of Americn, which opened Thursdny morning in tho St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran church, on Wood street, North Scranton. The delegates rep resent leagues whoso total member ship Is about 900. The morning session which opened nt 10:30 began with prayer by ltev. Paul Kummer, of Scrnnton. Rev. W. S. Heist, pastor of tho St. Paul's church made the address of welcome, while P. Walker Banker, of "Wllkcs Barre, president of the league, re sponded. A short session of the business meeting was held nt which the minutes of the previous meeting were rend. The officers of the league reported the financial standing of the organization. "The Luther League as an Edu cator," was the subject assigned to George A. nipple, of Honcsdnle. Ho told of tho Sund...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 November 1910

THE CITIZIM, KIUUAV, SU KMRKU 1H, 1010. A DEPRAVED CHILD. Llttlo (5lrl Clii-weil mill Ktuokcil and Drank Uuin. One of the most shocking condi tions of ignornncc, depravity nnil Iminornllty ever revealed in Duch ess county, snya tlio Goshen, N. Y Democrat, hns been uncovered near Jackson Corners, town of Milan, by i Miss Mollto Snlcer. local ronreson tativo of tho Charities Aid Society. The object of Miss Sblccr'a investi gation was Myra Cynthia Coons, thirteen years old, who until rescu ed, chewed and Smoked tobacco, drank bad whiskey and lived in squalid surroundings among the mountains of that region, The girl is now in Albany, where she Is re ceiving treatment and lator she will bo transferred to tho Now York Training School for Girls at Hudson. She will be kept as a ward of the State until sho is twenty-one years i deemed necessary to establish now old. routes and to record and tabulate Having never had clothing such as statistics and data for the Postmas other girls wear and wi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 November 1910

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1010. 1 HE CITIZEN l-UMLlHIIKn KVEHY WKDMRHDAY AND FRIDAY BY TUB C1TI.K.V rUIII.I81IINCI COMPANY, Kuteti'il ns secoml-olnds matter, nt tholiost otllce. Huncsiliilo. l'a. SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 K. II.IIAKDKNIIKKOR, - l'KKSIDKNT W. W WOOD. - MANAGER AND SKO'Y J.M.SMKlr.KK KDITOK DIRECTORS: 0. H. DORrUNOKR. M. II. ALI.EN. I1INKY WILBO.N. B. It. UAIiDENllKROII. W. W. WOOD. FRIDAY, XOY. 18, 1010. IX CASH OK FIRE! Ordinance No. 15. Fire Alarm Signals, section 1. The steam gong shall bo sounded only nt 12 M. noon and In case of nn alarm of lire. For GENERAL ALARM, the gong will sound ONE LONG BLAST ; for fire about TWELFTH STREET BRIDGE one long nnd one short blast at Intervals of ten seconds ; for fire BETWEEN 12T1I STREET AND 7TII STREET, ono long and two short blasts at inter vals of ten seconds, ; for fire BELOW 7TII, one long and threo short blasts at Intervals of ten sec onds ; for flro OUT SIDE OF BOROUGH LIMITS three long blasts Regret over the defeat ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 November 1910

I 111; ( ITI.K.N, 1'IUI'AY, NOIEMIlEIt 18, HMO. CENT A WORD COLUMN! FOR SALE Oil RENT One-story factory building 125 by 75 feet. Covered with Century (llro proof) shingles. New stonm heating plant. 200 feet of shafting and 2 motors. Apply the Horbcck-Dcmor Co. tf WANTED A girl for general house work. Inquire of Mrs. John Krantz. Jr., North Main street, Honesdale. 92tf FOR SALE A pair of bay road horses C years old, weighing 23O0. Address William Everly, Lakoville. 9114. FOR SALE 2 S young sheep. All In excellent condition. N. L. WOOD, Boyds Mills. 90t4. FOH HUNT 7 rooms and bath, gas and furnace. GIG Church street. Inqulro at house. It. F. 1). MAIL BOXES approved by Postmaster General. ?1.00 each at Murray Go's. 87w4 FOH SALE Kelly & Stelnman brick factory building, Including en gine, boiler and shafting. Inquire of J. B. Robinson. BOtf. A public meeting of tho Wom en's Auxiliary to the Hospital Board will bo held Friday evening, Nov. 25 at 7:30 in tho city hall. All members and...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 November 1910

Tllli. CITIZtt. . Fill HAY, NOVKMUHIt 18, J010. THE GOLD THAT GUTTERED A Revolution That Failed Because of a Blond Pompadour. By O. HENRY. (Copyright, 1910, by Doubleday, Taso & company.! A story with n moral nppended Hkc tile bill of n mosquito. It bores you and then Injects n stinging drop to Irrltnto your conscience; therefore let us have the moral first nnd bo done with It All Is not boW that glitters but It Is n wise child that keeps the stopper In his bottle of testing acid. Where Broadway skirts tho cornet of the square presided over by George the Veracious Is the Llttlo Illalto. Westward and southward from the Thespian glare are ono or two streets where a Spanish American colony has huddled for n llttla tropical warmth In the nipping north. The center ot life in this precinct is El Refugio, a cafe and restaurant that caters to the Tolatllc exiles from the south. One day a Hamburg-American liner deposited upon pier No. 55 General rcrrlco Xlmenes Vlllablanca Falcon, a pass...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 November 1910

THE CITIZEN, VIUDAV, NOVEMnKR 18, 1010. "THE GREAT WHITE WAY" Now York on Election liny Tlio Great Shops Iilfo on The East Side Ah Seen By Wnyno County Visitor To metropolis Also a Story From Jersey. Just nt present "Election" and the "Express strlko" nro the main topics of the day. The strike Is very notice able every way one turns, for where before 'my lady' would consider It an insult to carry home a spool of thread, or a skein of silk, now we behold her carrying boxes and bundles, until ono would think Christmas was at hand. Salesmen and messenger boys nre also sent out, especially to deliver. Although the wagons arc now going, no stnt cd time for delivery can ho promised. Tho most contemptible thing we have heard of happening wns when some brutes stabbed a valuable horse which was attached to Sleglo's wag on. Just at present all seems quiet, but a big strike Is being agitated for later in tho suit and coat houses as well as among tho factory workers. This all goes to depress bu...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 November 1910

TIIK C1T1ZUN, FIUDAY, NOVKMllKU 18, 1010. IN DEAR OLD WAYNE Nuggets of News from Alert Citizen Correspondents. STEENE Jonn Dllworth nnd daughter, Mrs. ... m,J I Horst, of Alnharoa, left for New Special to The CITIZEN. York on Sntur(lny nftcr spending l'rtKTastlnntlim In tlio Thief of 80Vcrai weeit8 wth the former's par- T'l,,e' ! ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Loy. Steeno, Pa., Nov. 15. Mr. and The' District Sunday School con Mrs. Alonzo Wood returned to their ventlon was very well attended, home last week, after spending ten ninner was served to 150 In the days with friends at Plymouth and . Wllkes-Dnrre. Mr. and Mrs. Wood say their visit was more on business than visiting, nnd say they have found their Ideal in an nuto. Mr. Wood will build a garage largo enough to hold at least threo nin- chines: his own, Mr. Denny's, Swin gol's and Hogoncamp's. Messrs. Millard and Milton Hog encamp aro spending this week with their brother, John, at Wilkes-Dar-rc. Some of our farmers wouldn t bo satisfi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 November 1910

WHATIIKIl FORECAST Snow. WEATHER FOKKCAST Snow. aIIK CITIZEN is tho most widely read semi-weekly newspaper printed In Wayno County. IT Is never too early to begin your Chrlstinns -opping. Start now! 67th YEAR HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1910. NO 93 01 . . WAYNE SCHOOL DIRECTORS HOLD 15fh CONVENTION Over One Hundred Wayne Oo. School Directors Register at Opening Session Friday After noonOr. Howerth on "Public Health." OFFICERS KIjKCTKI) AT SATURDAY MORNING SESSION ADDHKS KS DELIVERED HV JUIHIK A. T. SEARLE AND F. 1 KIM BLE. ESQ. DR. A. .1. SIMONS MARKS REPORT ON STATIC GON V KNTI ON DISCUSSIONS ON MATTERS OF UNIVERSAL INTEREST NAMES OF THOSE ATTENDING. One hundred and two school dl-1 rectors of Wayne county registered, Friday afternoon, when tne opening, session of the Fifteenm annum uuu vention was called to order by tne President, .R M. Stocker, at 1:45 o'clock iu n few well chosen re marks. The first speaker on the. program was Dr. I. W. Howerth. of Chicag...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 November 1910

mm ciTiriffN, Wednesday, nov. 23, 1010. A TRIM and dainty naaid was she, , fn til f 1 1 1 a Around her slender vrajst vri tied An apron white m nn', nE WATcnr.D rkx took tm oraa sooi For in the ninny kitchen wide Of a farmhouse far away She cooked the turkey to a turn Upon Thanksgiving day. HE watched her from the open door, ' And all hit manly courage fled Before her roguish eye. He lay awake the bVelong night Until the east was gray And memorized a flowery speech To her Think giving day. A little turk, A little clerk, Will make Tha Flrot Ttaakcflving. The Brst Thaakiglrlag la Kew lag land l.i described la a Utttr vrittan to a "lovlns and old frle&d" aad dated at "Plymouth, tola 11th of November, 1021." Tula "lovlnc aad oM friend" Is supposed to hava bea a certain George Morton, who had married a sister of Governor Bradford and who came over to Plymouth la July, 1023. The letter la algned E. W.. and these are taken to be the Initials of Edward Vlr-!ow Of the 102 emlcrants who l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 November 1910

the crrjzn.v wkdnkhday, now aa, itiio. CfflSTY'S'TBiPLE THANKSGIVING By CARL WILLIAMS. U had just conic In tils enr from tho Ucncou-Uurgrnro wed ding. In Howard Christy's estimation all weddings were cores, but ono must be bored In tho cnuso of a merger still Imaging lire. And now, with tho ceremony and iiulclily dispatched reception behind him, ho was headed for tho otllce onco more, nil patlont secretary would bo waiting him. "Mother!" In tho half gloom, half mist of the oncoming twilight, aa bis car was wedged In among scores of other ve- hides In front of tho Grand Central 1 utatlon. he heard that word, and heav en only knows why he leaned forward to seo who had uttered It Ho looked straight into tho dewy i depths of wonderful Tlolot eyes, but they were not flxed on him. They looked far beyond, across the tanglo of vehicles, to whoro a woman with soft brown hair and beautiful 1 gray eyes smiled to the girl from out i mass of furs and violets. Christy forgot to urge his chauffeur...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 November 1910

THIS CITIZHX, WKDNKSIIAV, NOV. 1010. THE CITIZEN Henil-YVcekly bounded 100S; Weekly bounded IHM. Mil lIHHKn KVK.nV mNIIAY ANII FRIDAY lV TIIK C1TI.RX ntllLlSIIINO COMPANY. Kutoralns seroiul-cliiss mutter, nt the imst otllco. Himusdale. I 'a. SUHSCUIl'TION 11.50 K, It. HAHDKNHKHOH. - l'HKSIDKNT W. W. WOOD. MANAOKU AND SKC'Y J.M.SMKI.T.KH IMHTOlt ntuFcrons: 0. U. OORFLINOKR. M. II. AM.EN. UKNRY WILSON. B. II. 1IARDKNBKKCI1I. W. W. WOOD. WKDN1CSDAY. NOV. 2, 1010. IN CASK OP FIUE! Ordinance No. 15. Flro Alarm Signals, section 1. The steam gong shall bo sounded only at 12 M. noon and In case of an alarm of lire. For GENERAL ALARM, the gong will sound ONE LONG BLAST ; for lire about TWELFTH STREET BRIDGE one long and one short blast at Intervals of ten seconds ; for Tiro BETWEEN 12TH STREET AND 7TII STREET, one long and two short blasts at Inter vals of ten seconds, ; for flro BELOW 7TH, one long and three short blasts at Intervals of ten sec onds 1 for flro OUT SIDE OF BOROUGH LIMITS thr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 November 1910

run errizHN, whdnksuav, Nov. 2:1, into. CENT A WORD COLUMN WANTKH IMMKIHATKIiY A couplo of furnished rooms for light house-keeping hy youiiK mar ried couplo . Address THK CITIZEN. IK IT'S COt'CllHS, see them nt Urown's Furniture store. 93ol2 KOK SAIjIi OK KHXT One-story fnctory building 125 by 75 feet. Covered with Century (lire proof) shingles. New steam heating plant. 200 feet of shafting and 2 motors. Apply the Herbeck-Dcmer Co. tf IK IT'S leather and wood dining chairs, go to Urown's Furniture store. 93col2 WIIAj UK IIKIIIC Will bo In Hones dale week of November 28. Ad dress Mr. Wlnt, Hotel Wayne. 93t2 WAXTKI) A girl for general house work. Inquire of Mrs. John Krantz, Jr., North Main street, Honcsdale. 92tf KXTKXSIOX TAHIjKS best and cheapest at Brown's Furniture store. 93eol2 FOK SAL15 A pair of bay road horses G years old, weighing 2300. Address William Everly, Lakevllle. 91t4. KITCHKX CA1HXETS on sale at Brown's Furniture store 93ol2 FOIl SAIiK 28 young sheep. All In excelle...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 November 1910

Tirk crn.E. . whdnhsday, now idio. JOHN BEVERLY'S Story of Stubborn Pride Hum bled and Friends Reunited. By DAISY WRIGHT FIELD. tCopyrlcht, 1910, by Amorlcan Press Asso ciation. "No, I nln't never goln' to forgive bcrl" It was the twine answer, In the same dogged ami unrelenting tone, accom panied by the sauio forbidding frown, that had been meted out to Susan Iter crly for seven long yenrs. Each year Just before Tlmnksglvlng she had ven tured the samo question longingly, "John, ain't you goln' to fcrglve her an' ask her homo for Thauksglvln'?" only to oxperlenco each time a fresh pang of disappointment. If she could only havo kept from hoping, but she couldn't Tender, forgiving. Impulsive herself, she could not understand the nature of Uio man sho had married "TOE HOSPITAL AN IMMKDIATH OPERA TION ! IT'S H1H ONLT CHANCE." and faithfully served for thirty years. Trlde. the stubborn, wrongful pridu that forbids a man to own his faults, bad shut him away from tho joy that comes from a ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 November 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNKSPAY, NOV. 23, 10J0. TOLSTOJJS DEAD? St. Petersburg Report Can not Be Confirmed. SEEMED TO BE His Heart Became Weak, the Dispatch Says, and Probably Caused Him to Succumb Stories of Death Have Been Sent Out Before. St. Petersburg, Nov. 17. A dispatch to the Novoc Vretnya from Moscow said: "A mcRsnse linn been received from Astopova that Tolstoi Is livhig, that the crisis hns been passed and that the temperature of the patient late lCBt night was 00.0." St. Petersburg, Nov. 17. It Is re ported here that Count Tolstoi Is dead at Astnpovn. Ho had seemed to be Improving n short time before his death, the report says, his tempera ture dropping and the discharges of blood ceasing. He dictated a letter and read n little. His heart, however, showed weakness. London, Nov. 17. The report that Count Tolstoi Is dead cannot be con firmed here. New York, Nov. 17. On nt least two occasions Count Leo Tolstoi has been reiwrted as dying, and three years ago his death was reiwrted. E...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 November 1910

THE CITIZEN, AVEDNESIJAY, NOV. 83, 1010. WITH THE HOME FOLKS WHAT THEY ARE SAYING AND DOING DOWN WAYNE WAY STERLING. Startling Absence of Mrs. Mnrgnrct Mnlsome Wildly Delirious Since Her Itetiirn Breezy Hita From Sterling. Speclnl to Tho CITIZEN. Sterling, Pa., November 22. Al though, as usual, ninny tiro not pre pared for winter, yet the snow stays on, and it docs appear as If winter had come to stay. Yesterday this community was startled by hearing that Mrs. Margar et Malsomc, relict of Reuben Mal some, had left tho house shortly af ter midnight, very poorly clad, and left no trace of her departure. All day long perhaps 20 or 30 men searched every nook and corner In which they thought she might be hiding, but without the least success. To the surprise of all about 6:30 In the evening she returned, gave one scream, and fell senseless. Most of tho tlmo since her return she has been unconscious, or wildly delirious, and certainly sho Is in a very pre carious condition. Last Sunday sh...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 November 1910

WEATHER FORECAST: IV.li'. "WHATHEK FORECAST: Fair. mllK CITIZEN Is tlui most X widely ronl Kcml-weeklj newspaper printed In Wayne County. IT Is nevci "' early to begin your ' stums shopping. Start nowt 2 - -o - " 3 " 2 w 67th YEAR. HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1910. NO 94 Nil TO FOUR DIAMOND RINGS AND FOUR GOLD WATCHES TO BE GIVEN AWAY FREE BY THE CITIZEN For Young Women Who Appreciate the Bene fits to Be Derived on Such An Elaborate Itinerary These Trips are Free Expense9 Free of Worry AND DEVOTED ENTIRELY TO PLEASURE AND EDUCATION AN OP PORTUNITY TO GRATIFY A LIFETIME AMBITION SEND IN THE NAME OF SOME POPULAR YOUNG LADY DO IT NOW An Ocean Voyage! The golden dream of every girl, every woman. To make that dream come true the CITIZEN offers five trips to tho Bermuda Islands absolutely free to the girls and women of Honesdale and vicinity. Every woman has, some time in her life, dreamed of taking a trip on the ocean. Perhaps she hasn't been able to save money enou...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 November 1910

OTK CITIZICX, PHI DAY, NOVKMBEK 25, 1010. They'll Keep Down Mexi cans In Texas. MADEIRO ACROSS THE BORDER? ! Revolutionary Leader Probably Haa Evaded Soldiers and Is With His Own Men Government Army In Control) but May Need Help. Washington, Nov. 22. Instructions t wore sent to Brigadier General Hoyt, commanding the department of Texas, i with headquarters nt Fort Snm Hous ton, near Sun Antonio, to hold his troops In readiness for service In en-1 forcing the neutrality law. This action , was taken by Major General Leonard Wood, chief of staff of the army, upon the recommendation of Secretary of Stnte Knox. Two regiments of Infantry, ten troops of cuvnlry and three batteries of Held artillery are available for serv ice In case of emergency. General Hoyt wns directed to keep In touch with Governor Campbell of Texas and to aid him In handling the situation. Eugle Pass. Tex., Nov. 22. Simulta neous with the arrival In Eagle Pass of Julio Madeira, said to be a son of FrancNcn Madeira, on...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 November 1910

this ci rti:., riuiiAV, .novkmuku u.-, uno. STILLWANT LEWIS I """"UN Left I lis Fiancee on Eve of Wedding, HE DISAPPEARED IN 1905. Miss Ellen Enrlght, a Trained Nurse, Is Not Sure That Owner of Trunk Is the Man She Was to Marry Flvo Years Ago. New York, Nov. 22. The search for Wllllum Lewis, the man who Is want ed by the police for nn explanation as to how a body enmo to be sealed up In his trunk and left for elht years In the basement of n tenement, has led to Itldgelleld, Conn. Miss Enrlght, a trained nurse, Is living there with her sister. She was engaged to marry a William Lewis who disappeared Jan. 10, 1003, the day before they were to have been married. Miss Enrlght said the William Lewis she know was a salesman for u cut glass house. She did not know him as early as 1002, when the murder of the man In the trunk Is supposed to have been committed. "He never told me that he had been a waiter," she said, "and I don't be lieve he ever was one. And as for any evidence of any Irreg...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 November 1910

THE CVlTZlJN VHi'DAV, XOVlCMIlHR SOT, 1010. THE CITIZEN Seml-Weckly Founded 1008: Weekly Founded IK 1 1. rU.U.IMllF.l) KVKltY WI'.INRbDAY AND FUIUAV UV TUB CITIZK.N rUHUMllNCI COMPANY. Km rrvil 8 second-class mutter, lit the post olllee. Honcsdulc. l'a. SUBSCRIPTION 11.50 K. . UAllDKNllKHOH. - l'ltKSWKNT W. W. WOOD. - MANAUKK AND SKCY J.M.SMHLTZKK KDITOH mntxicjus: O. II. DOnrLINHKH. M. U. Al.LEN. HINKV WILSON. K. 11. HAHDBMIEBOII. W, W. WOOD. FRIDAY, NOV. SOT, 110. IX CASH OF FIRE! Ordinance No. 15. Firo t Alnrm Signals, section 1. The steam gong shall bo sounded only at 12 M. noon and In case ot an alarm of Are. For GENERAL ALARM, tho gong will sound ONE LONG DLAST : for lire about TWELFTH STREET BRIDGE one long and one short blast at Intervals of ten seconds ; for flro BETWEEN 12TII STREET AND 7T1I STREET, ono long and two short blasts at Inter vals of ten seconds, i for fire BELOW 7TH, one long and three short blasts at Intervals of ten sec onds ; for flro OUT SIDE OF BOROUGH LI...

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