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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 January 1911

piartTTOlaMs ntttiwZ "WEATinSR FORECAST: Snow. WEATHER FORECAST THE CITIZEN is the most widely read scinl-ucekly newspaper in Wnyno County. Lustier now tlmn nt any tlmo in its 08 years' history. Q OOI) MORNING, nJaRcod crs! Aro you k'ojP to at tend the Union Rc;Jr meet- iiiKfl, at tlio First HttgSt church tills weekv 68th YEAR. HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1911. NO. 3 IF YOU WANT TO HELPSOME YOUNG LADY WIN THE 400,000 BALLOT PAY A SUBSCRIPTION NOW KfeAl K I THE THIRD BEST OFFER OP THE CITIZEN'S BERMUDA CONTEST IS CONG The Citizen Positively Assures Candidates and Their Friends That There Will Be No Big Inducements the Last Few Days of The Contest Work, Not Money, Will Decide The Winners--?o,ooo Bonus Votes for Every $i?.oo Turned in on New SubscriptionsCompetitive Offer Announced--Read the Display Ad. for Particulars of These Two Big Offers. -f List of candidates with votes counted up to C p. m. Monday. -f .. DISTRICT NO. 1. This includes all the Borough of Ho...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 January 1911

TUB CITIZEN', WEDNKSI)AY,.JANUAIIY 11, toil. The Waste of tho Wind. Every ono who wants n cheap mo tive force has tried to hnrncss tho wind. Every child has mailo a paper propeller or a windmill. Hut can It be salil that tho possible uses of the wind have been as arduously investigated ns such recently discovered forces ns Bteam and electricity and gases? Is it not conceivable (hat the practical use3 of tho wind arc underestimated Just because they are so familiar? We cannot help thinking that the wind will be more variously employed some day in tho same way that prob ably tho problem of laying under con tribution tho great physical fact of the tides will bo Holved. Ono would think that the wind could bo used for, elec tric lighting, yet there is no practical apparatus for tho purpose. True, the wind is variable and occasionally nb Bent, but as electricity enn be stored one might suppose that this was the very case in which variability did not particularly matter. London Spectator. ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 January 1911

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1011. A Modern Ghipv.-i. ;!-c. In nn nccount of tin' r.r.'tk of tlio nailing ship Cnniiirron V,;,' on 1I:r Island, Australia, It Is feinted that when tlio vessol 'struck the captain calmly tool: n clgnr from lib pocket, bit tlio end off nnd lit It before order ing the boats to bo launched. Even this display of lack of fear did not en tirely provent some degree of panic among the men, however, and seven men pushed off In tho port lifeboat, leaving twenty-two to scramble Into tho starboard boat. In splto of tho captain's orders tho men In tho port boat refused to come nlongsldc, and those in tho starboard boat shouted that if thoy did not put off tho masts would fall on them. Instead of hurry ing to tho boat the captain strolled to his cabin nnd collected his paper3. After ho had entered tlio boat ho transferred live men to thu port boat and. made for Tasmania, 100 miles away. Ho and tho mates steered In turn, while tho men balled with empty biscuit...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 January 1911

Till!, 01T1ZUN, WEDNESDAY, JANUAHY 11, 1011. THE CITIZEN Semi-Weekly Founded 1008; Weekly Founded 1844. PDIU.tHllKIi EVERY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY BY THE CITIZEN rUBLISIIINOCOMrAKY. Kuleredus seooiul-clnss matter, at tliepost olHce. Honcsdnle. l'a. H. B.UAHDKNIJKltail. - - PRESIDENT .W W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SECY J.M.SMELTZER KDITOU directors: o. Hi dorfmnoer. m. n. ALLEN. U IN BY WILSON. K. II. IIARDENREROII. W.W.WOOD. WEDNESDAY, JANUAHY 11, 1011. GOOD EVENING! (In Tho City). When we left our hotel to go down to business, Tuesday morning, tlio thermometer registered sixteen de grees nbovo zero. "Old Sol" how over was out In nil Ills glory, and did Ids level best to maUo It an ideal Winter morning. "He's a good fellow. Ho gives a cheerful 'Good Morning' to you. That's tlio kind of a man that makes friends." Wo quite agreed with the gentleman who remarked tills to us, In tho course of conversation on a 1). & II. train last Sunday. Then there's nnothcr kind of a nan. "llo's no good t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 January 1911

TOT! CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1011. CENT A WORD COLUMN! WANTED A girl wanted for gener al housework. Apply to Mrs. C. H. Dorflinger, White Mills, Pa. FOR RENT 7 rooms and bath, gas and furnace. C1G Church street. Inquire at house. FOR SALE Kelly & Stelnmnn brick factory building, Including en glue, boiler and shafting. Inquire of J. 13. Robinson. 50tf. FOR SALE OK KENT One-story factory building 12 G by 75 feet. Covered with Century (lire proof) shingles. New steam heating plant. 200 feet of shafting and 2 motors. Apply the Herbeck-Demer Co. tf TWELVK muslin trespass notices for $1.00; six for seventy-five cents. Name of owner, township and law regarding trespassing printed there on. CITIZEN office. LOCAL MENTION. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ross will en-! tertain at their home on East street this (Tuesday) evening. i J. Oscar Terrell, who has been n the sick list for several weeks, is jonnrtnil 9 nllehMv Imnrovod. ! Coe Leminitzer, a Honesdalo hoy. who Is a student at Cornell, has...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 January 1911

TUB CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1011. A Stubborn Opening. The head of the household was go ing through her husband's pockets the noxt mornltiir. "What kept you 'out bo late last niRiitt ' sue suuuemy ucmanueu. "It was the opening of the cam paign, ray dear," the lesser hnlf re plied. "Well. It didn't tako three cork screws to open It, did It?" And sho drew the offending articles from his side pocket and waved them before hlra. Cleveland Plain Dealer. A Riot of Ink. Canon NIcholl used to tell how on one occasion he had visited the famous house of the Thrales In that suburb of London whore Dr. Johnson was at home. "Johnson," said the canon in recalling his visit, "had occupied two rooms, and theso were left as he last used them. Tho sight was an extraor dinary one, for Ink was splashed all over tho floor and even on the walls. It was one of tho doctor's habits to dip his pen In Ink and then shake It." Red Tapa and Matrimony. Some of the reasons why a French man may not marry are g...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 January 1911

TOE CITIZEN", WEDNESDAY, JANUAIIY 11, 1011. FASHION HAS BECOME AN ART. Should Be Taught at the Beaux Art, Spanish Author Thinks. An observant Spaniard In Paris, Bcnor Gomez Carlllo, has written a book on women's clothes, the ma terials, colors and styles they select and tho shape of their hats. So great a hold has the subject taken upon him that he has conceived an Idea which may appeal to many women. He suggests that as fashion has be come an art a chair of feminine ele gance should be established at the Ecolos des Beaux Arts. It Is not enough for women to be seen in the latest modes at the Grand Prix, at flower fetes, at art exhibitions and at first nights at tho theatres. TLey , are certainly observed at these func tions, but they do not exactly reign supreme. What this Spanish student of wom en's ways would like is a fashion fair, an exhibition devoted entirely to chif fons, In a large hall where fashion able women could go and frankly study one another's latest gowns and hats, ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 January 1911

T11E CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JANl'AUV 11, 1011. THE WEEK IN WAY N E WHAT THE FOLKS IN, THE SHIRE ARE DOING. STERLING. Special to THE CITIZEN. Sterling, Pa., January 9. On the 3rd Rev. L. C. Murdock, District Superintendent, held the last quar terly conference here. As we have no Sunday service but llttlo inter est was taken in the meeting and no one outside of the Sterling officials wero present. Horace Bell, Ariel, was the guest of Earl V. Cross last Sunday. On the morning of the 3rd, Miss Katie Cross was quietly married to Nelson J. Frantz, now of East Stroudsburg, by Rev. W. E. Web ster and the happy couple immedi netly loft for Dallas, the old home of the groom. Congratulations. Jtiss Katie was one of our most esti mable young ladles and will be greatly missed in the Sunday school and church of which she has faith fully served as organist, but most of all will she bo missed by the dear old folks at home. Notwithstanding the joy at a wedding, there is al ways a certain sadness connec...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 January 1911

IF YOU WANT TO HELP SOME YOUNG LADY WIN THE 400,000 BALLOT PAY A SUBSCRIPTION N6W READ PARTICULARS BELOW. At WEATHER FORECAST: Snow. WEA K FORECAST: Snow. THE CITIZEN Is tho most widely read semi-weekly newspaper In Wayne. County. Lustier now tlmn nt any tlmo in its 08 years' lils.tory. MORNING, Hear Read- ! Aro you coing (o nt- tlio Union Revival meet- the First Baptist church week? 68th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA,, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1911. NO. 4 rmsi- mem nt GENEROSITY OF GRAND JURORS MAKE PRISONERS HAPPY I1Y LIBERAL DONATION OF FRUIT, ETC. REPORT OF GRAND JURY THREE TRUE HILLS FOUND RECOMMENDATIONS INCLUDE RUBBER MATTING FOU COURT HOUSE COHUIHOH; SYSTEM OF COURT HOOM VEN TILATION THUE H ILL AGAINST LEONA LORD. "Just to let them know that wo wasn't all trying to turn them down," said Henry Martin, Winwood, a grand juror to a reporter for THE CITIZEN, "the boys got together and chipped In money to give the prisoners a general Christmas. L. "Van Dcusen, Dyberry, and I were ap 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. — 13 January 1911

TILE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1011. TELLS OF MAY REGULATE .TEItSEY TIPS. John 0. Schenk's Physician on the Stand. MEDICINE WAS TAMPERED WITH! Dr. F. L. Hupp Testifies That He Found Arsenic In the Water That Was Being Given to the West Vir ginia Millionaire. Wheeling, W. Vn Jnn. 11. A thou sand persons, the majority of them women, besieged the criminal court at the trial of Mrs. Luurn Sehenk, ami cd of poisoning Her husband, and when court olllcials opened the door there was a crush that swept down tho nlsles mid pushed everything movable against' the judge's bench. The court oillcers who attempted to stem the tide were swept aside, and it was only after one' woman had narrowly escap ed being trampled to death and an other's pocket had been picked that quiet was restored. The women fought harder than the men, uud when the smoke of (he miniature riot had clear ed away all the best seats were occu pied by women. Dr. Frank Lomoyne Hupp, a gradu ate of Columbia university of New York...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 January 1911

THE CITIZLW, I-HIDAV, JANUAKV 13, 11)11. RECORD TIME FOR DESTROYERS in sua E! CASTOR I A For -Infanta and Children. She Kind You Have Always Bought EEPRESENTATIVE DWIGHT. New Torpedo Boats Make Uiual Eight Hour Trip In Less Than Five. Now Orleans, Jnn. 11. Headed by the Paulding, tho fastest ship in the navy, the torpedo boat flotilla, made up of the Paulding, Hoc and Terry, docked after what is believed to be tho fastest time ever made for the run from Key West to tills port. The llotllia completed the trip, which gen erally takes merchantmen olnht linnr He Startles Congress by Demand' ( Ing That They Work n Little. Ho Will Be fienstor From Connecticut. No Chance For Her to Cc;. troi New York Church. James A. Farreli to Succeed William E. Corey. Bears tho Signature of m R. WELCH CAUCUS ELECTS HER ENEMES. ANNOUNCEMENT UNEXPEGTL In about four hours nnd fifty minutes, j The destroyers, which are the newest ; ships of I lie navy, cost $7i"0,000 each. The Excommunicated Leader of First ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 January 1911

t Til, OlTHiUN, I IUDAY, JANUAKY ill, 1011. THE CITIZEN ScinMVcckl' Founded 1008; Weekly Founded 18 11. PUt'UHUEI) fiVKHY WKUNESDAY AND KnlUAYDY THE CITIZEN POMLlBlltNU COMPANY, KutarctS us swoiid-class matter, at tfcrf08t otllcc. lloncsdnle. l'n. K. li. HAUIMJNUKKUII. - l'ltKSIDKNT .W W. WOOD. - M ANAGKll AND HKC'Y J. M. SME1.TZEH KDlTOIt I)IlU:CT01tB: 0. U. DOnFUKOER. M. H. ALLW. a EN BY WILSON. C. 11. IIABDISNllERdll. W. W. WOOD. Fill DAY, JANUARY 13, 1011. GOOD KVUNlXGt (In Tlio City). When we left our hotel after a "bang-up" brenUfiist, to go down to business, Tuesday morning, the tlicrinonicter registered forty de grees above zero. Wo passed scores of men and women, on the street, hurrying to their places of employ ment, with tho "fear" look on their faces. . . "Tho Seelyvlllo Kxprcss," with her engine pufllng and blowing llko a porpoise, was just pulling out of tho Union Station. There was a weird, uncanny feeling in tho air. Lights vero few and far between, and it was dark a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 January 1911

TilU CITIZEN, 1MUDAY, JANUARY 13, 1011. Keeieie!e!eiSI8!e ortiT i lirnnn nni iimiiifi! CENT A WORD COLUMN! WANTED A girl wanted for gener al housework. Apply to Mrs. C. H. Dorfilnger, White Mills, Pa. FOR KENT 7 rooms and bath, gas and furnace. C1C Church streot. Inquiro nt house. FOIC SALE Kelly & Steinman brick factory building, including en gine, boiler and tfhnfting. Inquire of J. B. Robinson. 50tf. Wo print letter heads, statements, posters and all other kinds of print ing. Our prices are right for first class work. We have now type and turn out work on the quickest notice. Call and see us. TWELVE muslin trespass notices for ?1.00; six for seventy-five cents. Name of owner, township and law regarding trespassing printed there on. CITIZEN office. LOCAL MENTION. I her homo in Cleveland, O., Friday, Contractor Adam Schroeder, I Jan. G, was formerly a resident of flcranton, is spending several days Pleasant Mount, and before her mar in town. I riage a teacher In the Honesdale M...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 January 1911

THE CITIZEN, FitlllAY, JANUAIIV 1.1, 10tl. TOBACC "Plugs Losing Qualfty," Justice Harlan Complains. TRUST METHODS DEFENDLD. Attornoys Say Combination Isn't Vio lating the Sherman Antitrust Law. Delancy Nicoll Explains Where Alt the Snuff Goes To. Washington, Jan. 11. Tlio business methods of the American ToIiiuid company were defended In the si Ireme court by Attornoys John U Johnson and Delaney Nicoll, while Wllllum B. Ilornblower did a like serv ice for the Imperial Tobacco Company of Gieat llritnin, which was brought Into tlie suit liled by tlio government ns one of the defendants against Hie, charge of being engaged In a conspir acy in restraint of trade. Incidentally the Sherman law was construed by counsel In a way to exempt the Amer ican Tobacco company from Its penal ties. Tho profound legal argument was varied at. times by flushes of humor, as when Justice Harlan, who Is cclo brnted ns a chewer of tobacco, com plained to Attorney Ilornblower of the poor quality of chewing t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 January 1911

TIIK CITIZEN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1011. latitat "as His Monoplane Is Wrecked Wli-n I Crashes Into Wire Fenco. Snn Francisco, Jan. 11. No ri" "-i nnd no sensational flights wore "mil nt Aviation fluid. Intt Hubert Liitlm had n very narrow oscnpo from death nnd his beautiful Antoinette mono piano was wrecked beyond r'-nilr Lnthnm wont up il urine BUr breeze, nnd Ills mncliluc failed to cle.i the ground so that lie could sail. II" alighted in n marshy part of the field nnd the wind carried one of his plane against u barb wire fence. The body of the machine wns broken In two. one of the wheels was torn off, nnd the engine was badly damaged. When an ambulance reached the spot, expecting to find the mangled body of the aviator, Latham was sit ting on the fenco calmly smoking a cigarette. DIES ON WIFE'S COFFIN. Michael Ormond Expires In Church When Requiem Mass Ends. Now York, Jan. 11. A few mlnute nftcr the requiem mass for Mrs. Mary Ormond had come to an end In the Catholic church of St....

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 January 1911

THE CITIZEN, FHIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1011. TT 88 WHAT THE HAWLEY. St. Phllon.ena's Fair Net Proceeds flawKnO. IlftMlCJ J)roui-Uiit hcnio Last... ,Wcck- Ice Hrcak-Up On Lncka- waxen, Special to THE CITIZEN. Hawley, Pa., January 12. The ' Price and Butler Company will be-, gin a three nights' engagement at the Standard Theatre Thursday night, January 12. Opening play will be I "The Minister's Son." Prices, 10, 20 and 30 cents. This company won a good reputation when here last winter, playing to a full house at each performance and their return visit will no doubt bo received with a hearty welcome. Irvln Buck recently made a busi ness trip to Btach Lake. The St. Phllomena church fair was a great success. Net proceeds were nearly 1,000. Dreamland's manager, Mr Kelly, i has opened a Nlckeletto at White Mills. Shows to bo given three nights In the week. Mrs. Charles Schlager expects to soon start for Panama where her husband is located. .Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Muller, Scran- ton, were guests of J...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 January 1911

WEATIIKU FORECAST: Colder. FINAL EXTRA 68th YEAR. 6 DON'T Homely Philosophy of Aged Mrs. James Sherwood, Equinunk, Who Swears She Saw Leona Lord Strike "Sike" Lord With A Pick. "WEDNESDAY MORNING. lien the sessions of court -were resumed Wednesday morning, the prosecution in the case of the Commonwealth ver sus Leona Lord, who is indicted for the murder of Silas E. Lord at Equinunk last July, William Lord was recalled as a witness. Mr. Lord's recollection seemed rather faulty as to some of the events connected with the big fight. After identifying Samuel Reed, he was excused. Joseph A. Bodie was the next witness for the prosecution. Mr. Bodie testified to being a photographer for almost forty years. There was considerable objection by the defendant's at torneys to the introduction of V. H. LEE, ESQ., Associate Counsel For The Defendant. certain pictures in evidence. It was finally agreed by the Com monwealth and defendant that the distance from the "L" of Silas Lord's house to the n...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 January 1911

THE CITIZEN) Mil DAY, JANUARY 20, 1011. SPIRITS Rffl COOa They Say He Was Nearr Pole Than Peary. HAVE SIR JOHN'S WORD FOR .7 Arctic Explorer Who Died In 1847 In sists That He Traveled With the Doctor Until the Last Day, Then Quit Him. Washington, Jan. IS. According to the testimony of prominent disembod ied spirits, neither Dr. Cook nor Com mander Peary reached the north pole, but Cook got nearer to the goal than Peary. This somewhat astonishing state ment is contained in a letter from Wil liam T. Stead of the Itovlew of Ife Tiews of London to Arthur Itollinsnii Oolburn, a lawyer, of this city and forwarded by Mr. Colburn to Itcpre sentatlve Itoberta of Massachusetts, a member of the house committee on na Tal affairs, who has been outspoken in his opposition to the proposition thai ongress reward Peary for his nnii explorations. In Mr. Stead's letter to Mr. Collm:v he says: "With regard to the polu coutro Tersy, the only message which r have received on the subject wan mi from Sir J...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 January 1911

Til, 0ITH5E.V, FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1011. THE CITIZEN Semi-Weekly Founded 1008; Weekly Founded 18 M. Ptl MNHMI KVKIIV WEUltKHDAY AKII flllUAY BY Til I! CM 13! EN' rUBI.iaillHU COMPANY. Kutp.reu as second-class nmttcr.ut the post oiUce. Honesdale. lu. H. n.HARDENHERtlll. - - PRESIDENT .W W. WOOD. - MANAGER AXR riKC'V, J.M.SMELTZER EDITOR directors: o. h. dorkmnoer. m. ii. allen. BXNRT WILSON. K. U. HARUENIlERnil. W. W. WOOD. FRIDAY, JANUARY SO, 1011. "EXTRA! FINAL EXTRA!!" For tho first time in tho history of Wnyno County, two issues of a Hlilro paper weie printed und dis tributed in one afternoon. As limy bo readily imagined, it was THE CITIZEN, with Its usual cliuractcrls tlc enterprise, thnt accomplished the feat. The first "Extra" was printed and folded nnd wrapped up in bun dles in time to catch tho early after noon trains, and by evening from one end of tlio county to the other, people wore rending the ilrst reports of the famous "Lord murder trial" now in progress. The names 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. — 20 January 1911

THE Clt'IZRN, KMDAV, JANUARY 20, 1011. CENT A WORD COLUMN AVANTEI; A girl. & Co. Krantz, Smith Gt2. l-'OIt HUNT 7 rooms and bath, gas and furuaco. GIG Church street. Inquire at house. KOU SAljli Kelly & Stclnman brick factory building, including en glue, boiler and shafting. Intiulro of J. B. Uoblnspn. 50tf. Wo print letter heads, statements, posters and all other kinds of print ing. Our prices are right for first class work. We have new type and turn out work on the quickest notice. Call and see us. TWELVE muslin trespass notices for $1.00; six for seventy-live cents. Name of owner, township and law regarding trespassing printed there on. CITIZEN office. KOTICE I will be in Honesdale week of January 23. S. S. WINT. LOCAL MENTION. The skating at Seelyvlllo Pond kt yery good. Many people are called to this jlace this week on account of the Lord murder trial. Graco Episcopal church, Sun Jay, January 22, services at 10:30 . m. and 7:30 p. m. Guy Bros, minstrels which play ed at...

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