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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 January 1911

t XnB CITIZEN, FIUDAY, JANTJAHY 20, 101 1. ETi DEMOCRATS Bailey and Clark Disagree! on Tariff. ; BUT HARMONY NOW PREVAILS Next Speaker Is For Schedule by Schedule Revision as Opposed to an Entire New Bill Harmon ) Favorite For President. i I Baltimoru, Jan. IS. The national Domocracy conference here developed a radical difference of opinion between Senator Bailey of Texas and Champ Clark, speaker to bo, over the method that tho Democrats shall follow In re vising tlio tariff. Otherwise It was a perfectly proper harmony conference. Inasmuch as Clark is to bo the lei tier of tho Democratic forces in the noxt houso and Senator Bailey In the seii' ate tho difference between them seemed to be a good sized fly In tho harmony ointment. Itepresentatlve Clark bus declared for a revision of tho tariff cliedulo by schedule, no suggested tfiat it might bo necessary for the Democrats even to tackle some tilings In the Payne-Aldrlch tariff law item by Item. Senator Bailey, on the other haudi want...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 January 1911

THE CITIZEN, FMnAV, JANUAhV 20, 1011. ASK Oil Id HEL Tammany Wants Him to Break Deadlock. SHEEHAN MAY POLL 95 VOTES But Ho Needs 101, and the Shepnrd Democrats at Albany Say They Will Not Give In Parker May Be a Compromise. Albany, N. Y Jnn. 18. Having fail ed to secure his election as United States senator in the balloting in llu two houses of the legislature, the ful lowers of William F. Surehan turned to Governor Dlx and demanded his aid In securing the votes necessary to make the caucus nominee the cholco of the legislature. They assert tliar on the Joint ballot this afternoon four legislators who held out will come In and vole for Sheehan. This would leave the Tammany forces sis vote.) short. Murphy himself asked Governor Dlx to use ills lnlluencu to break the dead lock and to throw that inlluence In favor of Slieehan. Whether the gov ernor will yield no one can tell, but upon him rests the fate of Sheehan. Twenty legislators are sworn to stand out against Sheehan, but they hav...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 20 January 1911

THE CITIZEN, FKIDAY, JANUAKV 20, 1011. THE WEEK IN WAYNE iwiminiwiiwn n n iiimH m 11 inn WHAT THE FOLKS IN THE SHIRE ARE DOING. WAYMART. Special to THE CITIZEN. j Wnymart, Pa., January 18. Th0 Protonlan Llternry Society will ren- der the following program January 20, 1911: i Readlngg .Miss Smith ! Recitation' Grace Mitchell Guitar Solo Nell Keen I Recltatiou Esther Reed Gurront Events .... Stewart Scott Song by School ."Gathering Gems" News Rissio Spangenburg 1 retary, Mrs. Stanley Hlne; gate keep- Many horses are suffering with the Debate: Resolved that men have done er, Stanley H. Hlne; ceres, Reba ( distemper. more for tho world than Women. Hine; pomona, Margaret Smith; jisg Dorotta O'Connoll nnd Wil Song by school.. "The Dying Year" flora, Mauda Keenoy; lady assistant, I Ham Zerfoss, Slocum Hill, called on BEACH LAKE, Special to THE CITIZEN. Beach Lake, Pa., January Tho W. C. T. U. entertained i IS. from I 10 until 4 o'clock at the homo of. children, Miss Pearl, Horton and .Mrs....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 January 1911

WEATHliK KOUKOABT: Coldcf. AVKATIIKR l-'OHNOAST: Colder. KINAIj FINAL EXTRA! EXTRA ! 68th YEAR. Well, I Have "Wo find the defendant, Lcoim Ijorri, guilty of manslaughter." It was a solemn-looking set of men that filed Into the jury box when ourt convened Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock. The long vigil of the night previous, when eight ballots were cast, and a verdict finally reached at 2:30 a. m., had percepti bly told on thorn. The sealed finding of the Jury was presented by the foreman, ReVl .las. Pope, Mt. Pleasant. A. G. Gregg, Damascus, acted as secretary. The defendant received the verdict with an impassive face. There was no de monstration. MRS. LEONA LORD, Convicted Of Manslaughter, and Giv en Indeterminate Sentence Of lYoin .1 to 12 Years In Eastern Pcidtentinry. When Mrs. Lord came into court . for sentence Tuesday at 2 p. m., Judge Searle before passing sen tence asked her whether she had anything to say. "Well, I have this much to say, I didn't touch Silas Lord nor kill him...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 January 1911

THE CITIZEN', WEDNESDAY, JANUAKY 25, 10J1. THE JOYS 8 YACHTING An Exciting Winter Diversion f: Which Many Ocelli, GREAT SPEED POSSIBILITIES Some of the Frail Craft Have Gc:ie Faster Than Any Machine That Ever Annihilated Space What Ice boats Are Like. This winter will long bo remembered anionic the ice yachtsmen as unusual, for the absence of much snow and the thickness on nil inland lakes enabled tho Ice regattas to be held frequently. To the enthusiasts, and they are many, keenest suffering comes from the fickle elements, which one day prom ise a perfect one of wind and Ice and tho next day bury hopes In snow and calm. This season more championship events have been decided than in the last few years. Ice yachting is enjoyed in every state in the Union where the ice forms reg ularly each winter, but it is especially popular on tho rivers and lakes in New York. rtow .Jersey , Pennsylvania, Mich igan, Wisconsin. Illinois and Minneso ta. The Shrewsbury river, which rises not fur irom ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 January 1911

i THIS C1TIZKA, WEDNKSDAY, JANUAKV 25, 1011. PLANS TO SI OP Rudolph SpreckoSs Has Project For Prospective Farmers. WOULD ENLIST CAPITAL'S AID. Idea Is to Havo Wealthy Men Buy Up Desirable Land, Then Resell It on Long Payments So One Crop Failure Will Not Entail Loss of Farm Say3 Capitalists Should Form a Fund. Rudolph Sprcckels, leader In the San Francisco anti-graft crusade, In addi tion to ideas for civic reform, has a plan for stemming the tldo of the iraTO of population flowing toward the American cities with such alarm ing rapidity. "The trouble with the back to the farm propaganda today," Mr. SprecU cl says, "Is that, while it distributes a lot of free advice to the residents f congested sections In our cities, It ffers comparatively little aid of a substantial sort I think that it Is not kecauso city dwellers prefer the cities to the country that they remain In a Btate of industrial dependence, but be cause they have not the capital re quired to buy a farm and the stock and I...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 January 1911

Tilt. CITllHiX, WUIlNKSUAY, JANCAHV 25, 1011. THE CITIZEN Semi-Weekly Pounded 1008; Weekly Founded 184 1. rvaivitiiD every Wednesday and kjiiiiay by THE CITIZEN rCBLISUtNO COMPANY, Kmercrtus Bccond-clnsa matter, at the post otllce. Honesdale. l'a. K. R. XIAKDKNHKHUH. - - PltHSIDKNT .W W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SKO'Y J. M. SMKLTZEH HDITOit directors: 0. h.dorfi.inoer. m. b. allen. USNRY WILBON. K. B. 11AP.I)I:NBKKGI1. W. W. WOOD. WKDNHSHAY, JANUARY an, 1011. The People's Dully Advocate- made Its Hrst modest bow to the public a little over u week ngo. ,1s debut gives ample promise that the people of Towonda and vicinity will not want for a clean, newsy dally to chronicle the events in Bradford county. IT IS TO IjAUGH! The amusing efforts of our con temporaries to "play up" the ac counts of the trial of Leoim Lord for tho alleged killing of her brother-in-law, Silas H. Lord at Kquiiiunk, July IB, 1010, would be amusing if they were not so painful. Even our es teemed across-tlic-avenuo con...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 January 1911

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JANUA1SY 25, 1011. 1 CENT A WORD COLUMN! HONESDAIjE XATIOXAli DANK stock for sale. Inquire at Allen House office. It AIAVAYS offering bargains. ?G1 value, yours for $20. $30 Edison phonographs and GO records. Mc Intyre. 7eol2 WANTED V girl. Krantz, Smith & Co. 612. VOli KENT 7 rooms and bath, gas and furnace. C1G Church street. Inquire at house. FOK WALE Kelly & Stclnman brick factory building, including en gine, boiler and shafting. Inquire of J. B. Koblnson. 50tf. A $25.00 sewing machine, all attach ments. Used short time. Fully warranted. Now ?10. Mclutyre We 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 J1.00; six for seventy-five cents. Name of owner, township and law regarding trespassing printed there on. CITIZEN office. A SIX Octave, Chicago Cottage or-! gan. Walnu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 January 1911

TIIK OIXIZKN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1011. SELECT CULUNGS ' Men About Town and Drink. It Is, I think; n common experience of the man nbout town that his usso-, ntnlno (,i rr.itm.n1 il.'lnl? l.a Hint! lllrtV I did five or ten years ago. Oo into any restaurant In Now York where busi ness men congrcgntc at the lunch hour, and you will note that n large num ber of tables, often the majority, have no beverage but water. As a Kcncrnl rule the waiter will not thrust the wine card before you with the old (hue insistence, knowing from experience that you probably do not want It. Hven at dinner time In these sumo restaurants many tables show no wineglasses, whereas formerly they were all but general. Moreover, it Is distinctly the rule, even nt private dinner parties of some formality, to serve n single wine, following the Kng llsh custom, whereas until recently Now Yorkers wore notorious for "mix ing" their drinks. Of course I do not mean to Imply that wines are not still served in eon Tentl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 January 1911

9 THE CITIZ15N, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1011. NEW TALES THAT ARE TOLD The Bigness of Texas. Representative Burleson of Texns i proud of telling how big nud powcrfn Is the state In which ho hnshe honoi to live. "It's so big," said Burleson on out occasion, "that some of Its people don't bother about the rest of the coun try. One day Colonel Edgar, edltoi and owner of the Lincoln Star, Xe braska, was traveling In the state, miL ho came to a little railroad station At that time all newspaper editors- "BUT IT'S OOOD ANrWnEEE UNION." IN THI had telegraph franks. The colonc. wrote out a telegram and carried 1. Into the telegraph office. "The operator, who was tall anil slender and fierce looking, sakl. "Charges are SO cents.' " 'But it's franked,' explained Edgar, pointing to t ho stamp. ' 'No good here,' objected the opci ator. " 'But It's good anywhere In the Union,' argued Edgar. 'The book of franks says so.' " 'Can't help It,' was the obdurate re sponse. "'Isn't Texas in the Union? ask...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 January 1911

THK C1TI.IJX, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 101 1. THE WEEK IN WAY WHAT THE FOLKS IN THE SHIRE ARE DOING. LAKEVILLE. Special to THE CITIZEN. Lakeville, Pa., January 21. Sponcer Daniels arrived homo Satur day last after spending a few weeks with friends at Plttston, and visiting his brother, Berton, at Niagara Falls. .Air. Daniels was not much taken up with Niagara. He says: "Give mo old Wayne for mine." A. C. James, Brooklyn, N. Y., ar rived at Long Pond Saturday last and is now engaged with a force of men putting up lee for the coming boarding season. Mr. James will occupy his commodious summer re sort soon, preparatory to the coining season, when he expects to have a number of city boarders. Miss Hazel James was called home on Thursday morning on nccnunt of illness of her mother who hau been dangorously sick with kidney and bladder trouble. Dr. White, Ariel, has been in attendance every day. At this writing she is reported some better. Her daughter, Mrs. W. Wtii ker. Is also home caring ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 January 1911

LAST CALL TO OLD SUBSCRIBERS PAY A SUBSCRIPTION NOW-CONTEST CLOSES MONDAY NIGHT AT 10 P. Wl. WH ATI IIMt FO I IKCASTHpiln. WKATHKU FORECAST: Haln. r OOI) MORNING, f Rcnd- Xj ere! Are you gofcj Ito nt- THE CITIZEN is tlio most widely rend semi-weekly newspaper in AVnyno County. Lustier now llinn nt any tiino in its 08 yours' lilntory. tend tho union itcvifaj mect- lugs, nt the Central church this week. cthodlst Cttactt Ik 68tb YEAR " HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., FA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1911. 5 r.'. ma "MFAUT BALM" 'JANUARY CUUH FOR JOSEPHINE! PROCEEDINGS! ; - " ' I i i e I VTMMY'rc NO. 8 J.. Out All Niaht, In Famous Alleged Breach Of Promise Case, Brought, counts conwkmkvnusij Jury, Out J i o!szefsk. Aga.ns4 WiIIiam Fa Tayjor For 0,000,, ;voek of the January T 'THE GREAT B CLOSES P. IDA CONTEST PROMPTLY AT 10 MARK AC- E NING Finds Verdict For Defendant. fnnr" teuruarj nrranKe for the funeral. An "Oxford" Bible, with thlB In-1 After the funeral Mr. Taylor got crlntlon written on the fly lea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 January 1911

TnB CITIZEN', PHIDAY, JANUAUY 27, 1011. 1 HOI IM VAULT. Paterson Police Pind Fan ily Living In Cemetei7. SLOWLY STARVING TO DEATH. Mrs. Samuel Green, Unable to Find Employment or Charitable Land lord, Seeks Grewsome Place For Domicile Discovered by Boys. Patcrsuii, .N. .T., Juu. 25. Endeavor ing to cook it potato over n small llro iu a vault In a deserted cemetery In tills city, .Sophia and Margaret Green, ntfed twelve and fourteen years re spectively, tlio daughters of .Mrs. Mary Grceu of .Shenandoah, Pa., were found by the police. The two chlldreu were so weak from rfturvation that they could scarcely walk. Their mother was found iu the nianufnclurliiK sec tion of the city trying to secure em ployment. She was iu Such a weak ened condition that It was found nec essary to remove her to the hospital. Mrs. Green declared her husband, Samuel Green, was killed two years ago while at work iu a ndue iu She nandoah. Since then she has been In destitute circumstances. Two months ago she wa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 January 1911

THE C1TIZUN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1011. SAY n 13 Carnegie Defends Plans o1 Fortifications. A TREATY TO ABOLISH WAR. As Head of the Pcaco Society the Ironmaster Says, "Support the President! He Knows What Ho Is Doing." Kew York, Jan. 25. Andrew Carne gie, who sat near President Taft nt he Pennsylvania society dinner N:it nrday night when the latter urged thu fortification of tho Panama canal, gave a statement to the New York cone cpondent of tho Central News of Lon don. "This question of the fortiflcation of Hie Panama canal Is greatly exercising! Hie advocates of International peace hut It Is not an international question. "No nation disputes our right to fortify. Our right Is as clear as mil light to fortify Now York or New Or leans, but it is not a warlike project, feeing purely defensive. These forts. If built, will never fire n shot unless the canal is In danger from an cnei iv an enemy which would be the enemj f other nations ns well as ours, 1h cause injury to the canal would u...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 January 1911

TJlJ!. OITIV'.KN, Kill DAY, JANUARY 1!7, 1011. THE CITIZEN Semi-Weekly Founded 1008; Weekly Founded IBM. rtJHUBHED EVEIIY WEDNESDAY AND FIUDVYBY THE CITIZEN rODLISIIINO COMPANY. Kniered as serond-rlnss matter, at the post olUce, Honesdale. lu. K, B.IIAUDENUEltOH, - PRESIDENT .W W. WOOD. - MANAOEK AND SKO'Y J. M. SMEITZEK KDITOlt DIIiECTOB8: O. n. OOItFLIN'OER. M. D. ALLEN. tlENBY WILSON. U. B. IIARDENHBR'm. W. W. WOOD. Fill DAY, JANUARY 27, 1011. "TO KISS Oil NOT TO KISS." "If every innn were engaged to every girl lie kissed in tills country, Mornionlsm would bo prevalent." . .Taking this chnnco remark as our theme we would like to look into the matter of "tlio kiss" In general. "To kiss or not to kiss, that is the question." Whether 'tis wiser to make such exchange of affection general or not, is of course a matter of opinion. Women, for example, kiss each oth er on the least provocation. Habies arc, their chief delight. Have you never seen Master Be-Itibboned-Over-Frocked-Infant-M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 January 1911

TUB OiriZEX, Kill DAY, JANl'AItY 27, 1011. CENT 1 WORD COLUMN ioio!8!8Rj)eieie)9isii8ie WANTED Two or three girls nt Paper Box Factory. 8tf ATAVAYS offering bargains. ?G1 value, yours for $20. ?30 Edison phonographs and 00 records. Mc Intyro. 7eol2 WANTED A girl. & Co. Krantz, Smith GL2. FOU KENT 7 rooms and bath, gas and furnace. GIG Church street. Inquire at house. FOU SALE Kelly & Stelnman brick factory building, including en gine, boiler and shafting, inquire of J. B. Robinson. 50tf. A $25.00 sewing machine, all attach ments. Used short time. Fully warranted. Now $10. Mclntyre Wo print letter heads, statements, posters and all other kinds of print ing. Our prices are right for first class work. Wo 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-five cents. Name of owner, township and law regarding trespassing printed there on. CITIZEN office. A SIX Octave, Chicago Cottage or gan. Walnut ca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 January 1911

THE OITIZKN, FRIDAY, JANUAItY 27, loll. imi wins. wal of Smith As- sures His Election. A VICTORY FOR GOV. WILSON. Fight For New Jersey Senatorial Honors That Has Enlisted Wido spread Interest Comes Quickly After the Tost Voto. Trenton, X. J., Jnn. 115. James 13. Kartinu of Plnlnfield will he elected United States senator from New Jer sey on the next ballot. Ills formal election by the legislature in Joint sea sion is so niuch of a foregone coni'lu siou that it will bo scarcely more than a ratilicatlon of the votes taken In the senate and house when Mr. Marline received within one vote of the num ber required to make certain his elec tion on joint ballot. Tho climax to the tight, which has en listed widespread interest for months, came quickly. Former United States Senator James Smith, Jr., who mus tered only fourteen votes against thirty-three for Martlue at the conference, practically abandoned the fight when he notified his supporters that lie re leased them from nil pledges made ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 January 1911

THE CITIZli.N, FItlPAY, JANUAUV 2?, if)H. TAMING A SHREW It Was Tried nt Sen and Was Not Successful By EVAN D. BALDWIN Copyright by American Press Asso ciation, 1911. Uow Jack Stoughton enmo to fall lu Ioto with Emily Guntcr no one could cve'r find out. Jack was a fine, maul young snllor, and whenever he ciiiuj homo from n voyage all the girls nuiil a dead set for him. Kmlly wa tuc only girl in the village who paid 11 attention to him. Perhaps he wa piqued on that account Kmlly w;i: lairly good looking, though she had i square Jaw and the corners of her lips were drawn down, denoting n strong will. On one of his homecoming) Jud. sidled nil to Umily either from piqu or curiosity or a little of both, am they were seen walking together o , the beach or sitting on the dune Their friends observed that Iimii, usunlly had a scowl on her face a;: . Jack seemed to he trying to get hrr Into a good humor. "What do you want with that glr. Jack?" one of his messmates who wa ashriiv with him said...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 January 1911

THE CITIZEN', Flit DAY, JANUARY li7, 1011. THE WEEK IN WAV ME WHAT THE FOLKS IN THE SHIRE ARE DOING. INDIAN ORCHARD. Special to THE CITIZEN. Indian Orchard, Pa., Jnnuary 24. When In need of a 'phone, use the Bell. Ico harvesting, drawing lumber, feed, etc., repairing and building keep men and teams busy and the icy con ditions of the ronds makes a harvest timo for blacksmiths. Everyone seems to be enjoying this beautiful weather; surely this Is "paying" for the past stormy weath er. We aro glad to report that Mrs. G. S. Meyers' arm is nearly well al though very weak. Howard Bishop and wife, East Honesdale, spent Sunday afternoon at 1. K. Bishop's. , Mrs. R. Leftwich recently enter tained E. Guthell, wife and son of White Mills, O. E. Leftwich nnd wife and William Rogers and wife, of llonesdale. Cora Weeks lias returned from visiting her sister in New Bedford, Mass.,- and friends in New York city and reports a most enjoyable trip. A number of people In this vicinity have been quite i...

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

WEATHER VOI MSG A ST: Fair. WEATHER FORECAST mHE CITIZEN is tlio most X widely rend scnil-wcckly newspaper in Wnyno County. Lustier now than at any tlmo in its 08 years' hlwtory. n OOI) MORNING, lia&gtcad- vJT erst Wo tlMRKcwu for your co-operation inc the Hcrnitulu Contest, n great success 1 68th YEAR. HONESDALB, "WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1911. NO. 9 i 22,740,108 VOT Miss Helen Lehman, Hawley, With 1,732,474 Votes Procession, And Wins The Companionship "That was dandy!" "Isn't that lovely?" "I never expected to get It." "I am more than pleased," "I worked for all that was In It." These are only a few of the ex pressions of delight that were waft ed over the telephone to THE CITI ZEN office by the successful contest ants, when the result of the "battle of the ballots" was made known to them. The omce of THE CITIZEN was the scene Monday night of an ex citing meet. Promptly at 10 o'clock the ballot box, brimful and running over, was opened by M. .1. Hanlan, one of th...

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