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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 December 1910

WKATIII" 'RECAST: Snow. WEATHER FORECAST: Snow. xmm YES, 1 ' r Little Friends tl" S n Sunt Clans! THIS P, 3 UN snys no, nml if you i THIS CITIZEN, yon know 'c,fv ot j. rnHK CITIZEN is the. most JL widely rcml scnil-wcckly newspaper in Wayno County. Lustier now thnn nt any time, in Its 07 years' history. 67th YBAE. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1910. 51 PERCH SANTA CLAUS CHANCE SORT OF A CHRISTMAS PRESENT m fs NO 102 "IF YOU HAD A $1,000,000 WHAT FOR ENTRIES IN CITIZEN BERMUDA CONTEST AND PIC R DETHRONED!! i WOULD YOU GIVE HONESDALE? Well Known Honesdale People Suggest "Old Folks Home" "Parish House" "Irving Cliff Hotel"--"Paved Streets" "Y. M. C. A." "Public Library" "Manual Training School" .-"Sewerage System" "Pure Water" Also "A Hospital.". "If you had n $1,000,000, what kind of n Christmas present iwould joii Rive to HonesdaleV" When Judge Henry Wilson, who was found In his cozy office, next door to the Postollice, was asked this question, ho answered promptly:...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 December 1910

rim cmmsN, raroAr, nno. 23, 1010. A SLAPJT T. I Rainey Would lnvcMigle His Railroad Bills. WANTS GOMMITILE TO PMl. Illinois Representative Introduces a Resolution Intimating That Roose velt Was Furnished Trains Free of Charge When President. I Washington, Dot-. 'M, Theodore Roosevelt's bills for transportation wore brought ollielally to the attention of the house by Representative Rnlney of Illinois. Mr. Raluey introducod a resolution providing for the appoint ment of a committee of Ave members of the house "for the purpose of In Tcstigatlng the railroad expenses In curred by Theodore Roosevelt while president of the United States." The spec ial committee Is directed by the resolution to ascertain the total "f all the transportation expenses Incur red by Mr. Hoosevelt and what part of it he paid. In connection with the resolution Mr. Ilainey sine out the following state inent: "I expucl to press this resolution and to Insist on a thorough Investigation. 3 remember that when Mr. ltoo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 December 1910

THE CITIZEN, FIUDAY, DliC. B3, 1010. 14 BEAD; 101 HURT Great Havoc In Terrific Gas Explosion. TROLLEY CAR IS DEMOLISHED. Concussion From Crash In New York Central Power House Smashes Win dows and Throws Pedestrians to Ground Blame Not Placed Yet. THE KNOWN DEAD. Mary 1J. Pope, passenger In ear wrecked by explosion. Edith Offnor, killed In wreck of car. V. B. Ltrormoro, flfty yonrs old, Inspector of the electrical operating department of the New York Central. Patrick Jordan, forty - eight years old, laboror. Joseph Guthrie, twenty-three years old, electrician. M. McMnrrow, flfty - three years old, laborer for the New Tork Central. Thomas StaRB, watchman em ployed by the Now York Cen tral. B. McDonald, employed by the Now York Central. Nicola Galluchl, thirty - six years old, employed in Imperial hotel. Charles Roberts, forty-eight years old, employed by the American Express company. William I'otsho, Corona, N. Y. Unidentified man about twen-ty-flvo years old, light complex ion and ha...

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

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, DEC. Ol, HMO. THE CITIZEN Semi-Weekly Founded 11108; Weekly Founded IK I I. . rCBUSHr.PEVlfRTWF.DNKSDAY ANI mitlA BV I UK CIT1ZKN J'UHI.IHIINH COMPANY. Kntereilus Bproiul-clnss matter, nt tlic post olllce. Honcsdnle. l'a. SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 K. B. HAKDKNHUUUII. - l'KKSMHNT W. W. WOOD. MANAOKK AND SKC'Y J. M.SMUl.TZKIt KDITOH nintxTOBs: 0. It. DOBrUSOKR. M.B. M.t.KN. UKNBV WILSON. E. B. HAUUKNBKBCIIt. W. W. WOOD. FRIDAY, 1HC. iiil, 1010. IN CASE OF FIRE I Ordinances No. 16. Flro Alarm Signals, section 1. Tho steam gong shall bo sounded ojily at 12 M. noon and In caso of an alarm of flro. For GENERAL ALARM, the gong will sound ONE LONG BLAST ; tor llro about TWELFTH STREET BRIDGE ono long and one short blast at Intervals of ten seconds ; for nro BETWEEN 12TH STREET AND 7TH STREET, ono long and two short blasts at Intor- rals of ton seconds, ; for Are BELOW 7TH, ono long and three short blasts at Intervals of ten sec onds ; for flro OUT SIDE OF BOROUGH LIMITS threo ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 December 1910

THE CITIZEN, KR'DAY, DUO. 2.1, 11)10. A WORD COLUMN I ANTIQUE Hrass, Copper and Stiver Jnidlnlers, two ounce liftBkots nnd 1 t'nndlcotlcks from Russia, Englnnd utid Franco. At Petersen's. 100t2 ' FOU screens go to Urown's Furnl-i turo store. j GUUCIF1X, Rosnrys, Crucifix with j cnndle sticks and water fount in cold. SOMMER, Tho Jowcler. !)9t4 1 THINKING about getting some fan cy rockers? See Urown's. FOR LEATHER AND WOOD-SKAT dining chairs call at Urown's fur niture store. J9t3 MESH HAS, all sizes. SOMMEH, I Tho Jeweler. Ut4 , FOU TDK 1JEST tree holders go to' Erk Bros. 101t2 KUW HALL HACKS at Urown's Furniture Store. S'JVi FOU LADIES' DUSK bo to Urown's' Furnituro store. 99t3 WATCHUS Ladles' and Gent's gold . filled, silver and nlckle. All aakes; rellablo time-keepers. SOM MER, Tho Jeweler. 99t4 ET AN EXTENSION TABLE at Urown's Furniture store. 99t3 FOU SALE OU HENT One-story factory building 125 by 75 feet. Covered with Century (lire proof) shingles. Now steam heating plant. 200 f...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 December 1910

TUB CITIZEN, FRIDAY, DIJO. 2.1, 1010. U ' '" 11 inni ...no For lis Old Partner By HAYDEN CARRUTH icoc:.,""l"iO Wo wero proud of that tree wuon wo got it ready a half-hour lioforo the exercises were advertised to begin. It was the flrst Christmas tree tin camp bad over known. Everything was going suioothlj when a man came in loading an lui' menso mongrel dog of sinister expres sion. "Gents," ho said, with a mannei which was a mixture of tho imperti nent and tho diffident "gents, ar ! you going to do a favor for an old ! man?" I Why, cortalnly, certainly," replied ! tho minister; "certainly." "I wouldn't ask it ord'narily," ha continued, "but I reckoned at this season of good-will mebby you might not object" "Certainly," chirped tho good man again; "certainly." "Hobby some of you might know me Old Man Pluramer. I live over in Ghost Gulch, betwixt Slnclalrville and Forty Rod. Might any of you gents know my old pardner, Caleb Huff?" uno man saiu no tnougnt ue uia, , and tho dominie star...

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 December 1910

ttih crnznrT, fkidav, dko. sa, mio. EDWARD M. SHEPARD. Mayor Gaynor Wants Him -to Succeed Senator Depew. ( Nov York. Dec. 20 The senntorship situation probably was settled In the City hall when Mayor Gaynor and Charles F Murphy had a long confer enco. While neither Mr. Murphy nor the mayor would answer any (Hicstlnn- concerning the subject. It enn be stat ed that the talk was mainly confined to the consideration of the man who is to be selected by the Democratic cau cus of the legislature to succeed Chaun cey M. Depew. The outcome of the conference I that the choice has been narrowed down to Edward M. Shepard and Wil liam P. Shochan. The mayor, from what could be as certained after his talk with Mr. Mur phy, told the loader of Tammany Hall that he favored the selection of Mr. Shepard. It Is understood that Mr. Mun hy told the mayor that a great deal of pressure was being brought to bear on him by friends of Mr. Shee han. REBELS CAPTURE NAVARRO. Mexican General and Troops Lost In Big...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 December 1910

f T1IK C1TIZKN, FRIDAY, DEC. , 1010. THE WEEK IN WAYNE WHAT THE STEENE. 200 Colt. Killed Ah KcmiII Of Toi- i.lt.l.. Ilelt . 1.M...M (rent lZgfi Producer :i:t'-M'Miinl Cnlf lliitchut-cd How To Get W.i'o In Strcnc. Special to THE CITIZEN. Stcene, l'a., December 22. Mr. Knglar mot with n very severe loss last Thursday morning. Ho was driving his span of four-year-old colts toward Wayninrt, when on reaching the long hill, near the Hub bard nnd Mc.Mullen stock farm, an auto came tearing down tho hill, coming In the opposite direction. While In the act of passing, tho colts plunged to one Bide of tho road Into n plowed Held, one of the colts getting his front foot fast, and in trying In his fright to get free, ho broko his leg in the fetlock Joint, splintering the bones so that tho bones protruded through tho skin. The animal was shot. A short time ago Mr. Kaglar refused two hun dred dollars for the colt. Tho slippery elm seems to be all right as an egg producer, as Mr. Bucklaml says, "th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 December 1910

WEATHER FORECAST: Snow. v.kat::i;;: n casts snow. 4 7 rpni: citizen is ti.c most X widely rwul scml-wcckly newspaper In Way no County. Lustier now. tlinn nt any tlino in Its 07 yenrs' lilsiory. G OOI) AIOKJ 3, Vcnr I trailers! ( Ilavo yn ' nile YOUR MOW Venr's re. ilons yet?- Re member i Never Too halo to Mend!' . '037 67th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1910. NO 103 BO U S VOTE OFFER . JOY TO Those Near the Bottom of the List are Delighted with the Big Proposition Which Allows Them 75,000 Extra Votes Above the Regular Schedule for Every Club of Fen Yearly o. .1 : : ti. r 1 : .. ouusu ipiiuiia nicy ixeane a is uic wyjui luiuiy iui them to Take the LeadOpportunity Offered New En tries in the Great Race Have You Chosen Your Compan ion ? It not Do So at Once and Send the Name to the Contest Manager. f Hy H. C. Van Alstyno.) There are just seven clays more af ter today and the best and most elab orate special vote offer of THE CIT IZEN'S Great Tour of Bermuda w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 December 1910

rrna ciriBitx, Wednesday, dko. ss, 1010. TOO IMBRS Present Federal force Can't i Reach General Navarro. ! RE-ENFORCEMENTS ON WAY. i With Added Strength and Field Guns Government Men Probably Will De Able to Drive Insurrectos Back to the Mountains. El Paso, Tex., Doc. 22. Cnlnicr sur vey of the situation following tlio re pulse of the Mexican troops In Mnl I'aso, wet of Chihuahua, shows that the battle was a greater victory for the Insurgents than believed, even aft er forty-two wounded had been brought Into Chihuahua and the fed erals had admitted the death of twenty-one. It now develops that about thirty wounded were not brought on the train to Chihuahua, but are held in camp at Bustlllos, to which point the federals were forced to retreat after the ambuscade. It also develops that when the fed erals retreated they left many of their wounded and dead on the battlefield and lhat It was only after the rebels had left that the wounded and dead were picked up. The victory of the rebels...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 December 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 118, 1010. FAHMEKS' INSTITUTES. - Tho program of the Wnyno 1 County Fnnnors' Instltuto to bo J hold under thu auspices of tlio De pnrtinmt of Agriculture of I'ennsyl-I nnla to bo hold in Honcsdnlo Court' House, Thursday, December 29, with morning, afternoon nnd evening ses sions Is herewith appended. The exercises will bo public, no collec tions will bo taken nnd ovorybody is Invited. W. E. I'erhnm, Pleasant Mt., Pa., is chairman of the Hoard of Institute Mnnagcrs for Wayne county. Tho program: Thursday Morning, Dec. 29. 10:00 Tho Clover Question, S. Paul woodman, Rushland, Pa. Alfalfa, M. H. McCollum, Wcrners vlllo, Pa. Thursday Afternoon. 1:15 Poultry, Duslness Side, J. T. Campbell, Hartstown, Pa. Profitable Dairying, S. Paul Woodman. Value of Home Experiments, M. H. McCollum. Thursday Evening. 7:30 What of Future on Farm, 11. H. McCollum. The Farm of Life, J. T. Camp bell. Tho members of the Local Com mittee arc: George Erk, Frank Mang, John Mnle, C. ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 December 1910

THIS CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, DEC. UH, JIMO. THE CITIZEN Scml-Weckly Founded 11)08; Weekly bounded 181 I. ITBUIIthn KVKRY WEDNESDAY AND miDAY I) V Til It CITIZEN rUllt.lfilllNU COMl'ANY. Kulort-d os second-duns matter, nt the post oillce, Iloncsdale. l'n. SUDSCIUPTION ?1.50 K, H. IIAKDKN'nEKOlI. - PRESIDENT W. V. WOOD. MANAGER AND SKO'Y J.M. SMEITZliR EDITOR Dir.ECTOItB: 0. II. DORFUNCIKI!. M.I1. ALI.HN. K. II. IIAHDKNOKIinil, UKKBY WILSON. W. . WOOD. WEDNESDAY, l)i:C. US, 11110. IX CASH OF fine: Ordinance No. 15. Flro Alarm Signals, section 1. Tho steam gong shall bo Bounded only at 12 M. noon and in case of nn alarm ot lire. For GENERAL ALARM, tho gong will sound ONE LONG BLAST ; for llro about TWELFTH STREET BRIDGE-ono long nnd one short blast at intervals of ten seconds ; for llro BETWEEN 12TII STREET AND 7T1I STREET, ono long and two short blasts at Inter vals of ten seconds, ; for fire BELOW 7TII, ono long nnd threo short blasts at Intervals of ten sec onds ; for flro OUT SIDE OF B...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 December 1910

TIIK C1TIZKN, WEDNESDAY, 1)KC. U8, 11)10, 1 CENT .A WORD COLUMN , 1 1. i ... Tho Sheriff Iihh nn execution against VMf kitchen woman nt Ho-;tllo prol)rletor. tel Wayne. Hi The Knights of St. Paul will WAATUI) A girl wantoil for goiior nl housework. Apply to Mrs. C. II. Dorlllnger, Whlto Mills, I'a. FOll HUNT 7 rooms nml bath, gas anil furnace. CIO Church street. Inqulro nt hoime. FOl'XI) Purse containing small sum of nionuy. Call D. & H. News Stnnil. Prove contents. Wm. .1. Sllverstone. It. l'Olt SALE Kelly & Stcinman brick factory building, Including on- plno linllor nnil olinftlni?. lnnlllrn of J. B. Robinson. BOtf. i mummies is nisi ux-tcuiuiiis 1 Protection Engine Co. No. 3 FOK SALE OH HUNT One-story hold their annual social on Friday factory building 125 by 75 feet. ! evening nt tho engine rooms. Mem Covered with Century (flro proof) hers and their wives and lady shingles. New steam heating plant. I friends aro expected to be present. 200 feet of shafting nnd 2 motors.'...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 December 1910

THIS CLT1ZICN, WKDXKSIIAY, DUO. 28, 1010. i :- BEE KEEPING FENCING OUT THE QUEEN BEE. Beekeepers Consider Use of Excluders Indispensable to Success. Though a few extracted liquid honey producers cltUm to be able to do without queen-excluders, most bee keepers producing this kind of honey find excluders Indispensable. With me and most others. If nn up per story of extracting combs Is put on, the queen will enter and lay eggs In It. I havo always considered It a bit nasty to extract honey from combs containing unsealed brood. If tho pockets of the extractor are revolved so Blowly that the larvae are not dis turbed, it will take more time to throw out the honey. Now, time is money, especially with hired help demanding present wages. I consider it cheaper to uso queen-excluders than to fuss irlth a super full of combs containing brood. Of tho various kinds of queen-excluders in use, perhaps tho best is tho wood and line excludor. It consists of trips of zinc, punched full of holes ef su...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 December 1910

T1IK CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 28, 1010. A NEW YEAR'S BARGAIN Grandmother nnd Grandfather Smith eat In their cozy living room, grand mother knitting nnd grandfather look ing steadily Into tin fire which burned so brightly In the grate. At length grandfather sighed and spoke. "Mother," ho said, "I was just recall ing our past Now Years so many of them that 1 hnvo lost count. And I was thinking how nice It was when our son Tom and our girl Stella were nt home, for then wo had some young life In the house, some one to plan for nnd to make merry over." "Yes," said grandmother, her voice low; "yes, father, It Is very sweet to have children about." "Yes, wc are nn aged household, mother," said the old gentleman. 'But there goes the bell. I'd better go to the door, mother." "No, don't trouble to put down your pipe, father I am nlrei. Jy up and shall see who Is ringing. Oh. It's our "A PERFECTLY FAIR BARGAIN." morning paper, I guess. I see a boy's cap over the lower part of the door Bash." A...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 December 1910

TIIH 01TIKKN, WKILM-XSttAV, l.HC. !1S, JOIO. THE WHAT THE BETHANY. Special to THK CITIZEN. Bcthnny, Pn.. December 2G Mrs. M. A. Slayton has returned from Minor's Mills after spending a week with her brother. Helen Manning, New York, Is homo for tho holidays visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Mau-i nlng. I Vlnlng Cody returned from Scran-1 ton Tuesday and was called to go t to LennardBVIllo on Thursday. Mrs. Krnost Bodle is having a 1 slcgo of the grippe. She Is a little i bettor today. Ur. Burns Is In at tendance, assisted by Miss Helen 1 Manning. ! Mr. and Mrs. 13. W. Gnmmell en- tertalned Mr. and Mrs. Asa Kimble, Beatrice and Harold Kimble on Christmas day. j Miss Alta Manoy spent Christmas at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George ' Allen, Torrey. There was n large attendance at tho exercises Christinas live In the Presbyterian church and an Interest-! lug program was carried out. There i were recitations, dialogues, exercises and songs, and all took their parts t well. The drilli...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 December 1910

M'EATHUR KOHrtCAST: Cotilel'. m HE CITIZEN Is tho most JL widely rend senil-wcekly I nowsimner In Wnyno County. Lustier now tlmn nt nny tlino it.s 07 years' history. 67th YBAU. SPECIAL MEETING OK BOARD OK TRADE TO CONSIDER PROPO SITION OF SCRANTON CONCERN WILL UMIMiOV IJUTWKHX noo AXD i.tioo people OVER TURES MA I)1C OX DOTH SIDES MATTER OK RAIS1XG Sr.000 cash only hitch ix thk proceerixgs. Offering a representntlvo of tho Klensall Mfg. Co.. Scranton, the Kelly-Steinman Building rent and 1 taxation free free for one year, uut unable to commit itself definitely on tho proposition to advance $5,000 cash, which the company demands, the Hoard of Trade of 'Greater Hones dale, at a spcclnl meeting, held Wed nesday evening, carefully considered tho proposals made by a Scranton corn desirous of locating here. The reasons assigned by the Com pany for desiring to come to Hones dale in preference to going to a larger city are: That the rents are lower and that the cost of help Is cheaper. A de...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 December 1910

Tnn citizen, ctiidav, dec. no, inio. i n L IES i'KOFJESSIONAIi CARDS. Attoracya-at-Law. Friends Say That He Is Willing to Run Again. PREDICTS VIGTORY IN 1912. A Strong Attempt to Bring Peace Into the Republican Party For the Next Presidential Campaign Is Being Made by the Chief Executive. "Washington, Dec. 28. Friends of the administration hnve made it known In an emphatic manner that President Tali Intends to stand for renomlna tlon in WIS. They expect Mr. Taft to have the support of Colonel Roosevelt. The president now looks forward to a Kopubliean victory In 11)12. A few weeks a;o the situation did not look promising to the president. It in, of course, out of the question foi .Mr. Taft to announce his can Sidney, hut it may be stated on Rood uuthority that whntever the political developments of the next few days may be Mr. Taft's name will be placed In nomination nt the party Catherine in 1012. The president believes that victory is probable at the next general elec tion, but he ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 December 1910

TIIK CITIZKX, KUIDAY, DKO. 0, 1010. JOHN LA I'ASC" Artist's Will Lsavss Distri bution of Estato to Woman. 1 Kewport. It. I., Dec. 23. Tho will of John La Forge, nrtlst and author, bus keen opened in the probate court here and proved to be an unusual document. None of the members of Mr. La Fargo's family nro mentioned in the will, nor Is there any intimation what ever of the size of his eatate, nor does k leave nny specific bequest in terms f cash. Grace E. Barnes of Larchmont, N. 1., is named as executrix, with tliu re quest that she bo not roqulred to fur nlzh bonds. rracttcnlly the ntlro dis tribution of the estate is left to the lodgment of the executrix. TO BEAT -THE WILSON GUN. Republican State Sonators Will Hurry Reform Legislation. Trenton, N. J., Dec. 28. When the Kepubllcan members of tho New .Tor sey senate camo out of a lawmaking program conference here it was evi dent that the senate, wlKch will be Bepublican by a small majority, will attempt to make Republican capital a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 December 1910

THE CITIZKN, FRIDAY, RFC. 30, 11)10. THE CITIZEN Heiril-Weekly Founded 1008; Weekly Founded 181 1. rOBUBIU.D KVKItY WKIUtESDAY AND FRIDAY HY tiih crrtzKX ruiaiBiiiNo company. Knteroil as rpiDiid-clnss matter, at the post nlllee. Honcsilnlc. l'n. SUBSCRIPTION U.50 K. B.llAUDENliEHUII. - - l'KKSIDKNT W. W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SKC'Y J.M.SMElTZKR "KDITOK imt remits: 0. H. nORKLISUKR. M. 11. ALI.F..V. UKNRY WILSO.N. It. R. 11 AtlDKNtlKllflll. W. W. WOOD. FRIDAY, DKO. :), 1010. IX CASH OF FIRE! 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 ono long and one short blast at Intervals of ten seconds ; for lire BETWEEN 12TII STREET AND 7T1I STREET, ono long and two short blasts at inter vals of ten Beconds, ,' for flro BELOW 7TH, ono long and threo short blasts at Intervals of ton sec onds ; for Are OUT SIDE OP BOROU...

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