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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 February 1911

TIIE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, FHIUtUAKY 8, 1011. 5I An American Girl Is the Heroine, but There Is No Hero By F. A. MITCH EL Copyright by American Press Asso ciation, 1911. Two Italian nobloincn were sltlliiH on n sidewalk In the Piazza Coloniui i In Ilomc,' sinoklnR cigarettes and drinking the wine of the country They were both descended from fanil- 1 lies that had been prominent several , ccuturlcs ago, the one from Barbarlni. tuo other from the Sforza. Count Leo Barbarlnl was speaking to Prince P.ru- . nclll Sforza. "So the fair American has refused , you too!" I "She has," snapped tho prince. "You do not seem well pleased with your failure." J "Were you pleased with yours?" i "Oh, there are more of these Aruer- i lean fish as good as any that were ever caught in the sea. I shall try again elsewhere." "I would like," replied Prince Sfor sa, "to palm off upon her some low born man as a prince with a fortune." "It would require at least n tlmumiul Hra even to dress him." "I can borrow th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 February 1911

THE CITIZEN, WHDNliSDAY, FEIHtUAItY 8, 1011. LACE DANCING FROCK. A Happy Blending of Mod ern and Old Fashions BEADY FOR THE D&til,. In the charmingly girlish dance frock Illustrated are blended the modern andA old fashions that are prominent In the season's modes. The rather scam straight skirt is trimmed with three ruliles of graduated widths. It is nt tacbed to a bodice veiled with gold net ana white chiffon and trimmed elabo lately with bullion fringe. A moire glr die dell u os the waist at the front and sides, while the chiffon tubller at tin back is draped in n manner to lend an empire effect to the costume. Hum) embroidered silk gloves match the shade of the girdle and the silk fotin dation of the gown, which Is Ameil an Beauty color. The little carriage card is of lace and liberty satin. A Girl's New Year's Resolution. I'm going to be glad. Who known what nice things may be Just around the corner? I'm going to be all dressed before 1 leave my own room and then forget It. ...

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

THE CITIZEN, WKDNKSDAV, FKllKUAIlY 8, 1011. - SEVEN DAYS IN WAYNE WHAT THE FOLKS IN THE SHIRE ARE DOING. - "1 HAWLEY :- WHITES VALLEY. Special to THE CITIZEN. Whites Valley, I'n., February 7. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dryant re turned Monday to Big Pond, Brad ford county, after spending several weeks hero visiting relatives. Mr. Bryant has charge of a creamery at . that plare. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Mead spent last Friday In Honesdale. Miss Anna Fitze, who has been ill, nus rucovureu. Miss Edith Crossman, who has at tended school In Honesdale the past winter, Is at home, caring for her mother, Mrs. S. P. Crossmnn. Preparations are being made to plane lumber at the White lumber mill. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fitze left, Mondaj, via Honesdale, for Newark, I N. .1., where thoy will make an ex-; rt water too coa for bathing, tended visit with their son, W. H. nomer Ames was struck by a pike Plt,e.'rn c,ty-, , . . Saturday. The wound was slight F. W. White made a business trip however being on the shi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 February 1911

WEATHER FORECAST: Snow. WKATIIHn VoitEk ART: Siiov.. ayllE CITIZEN is tlio most widely read semi-weekly nowspopcr in Wnyno County. Lustier now than nt any tlino in its 08 years' hhitory. aOOI) MORNING, Dear Hcad crst What, In your opinion, should n newspaper ie-djiilHsh tlio Truth or SupprcsH Tele- phono the Editor nw 68th YEAB. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1911. "LOVERS ONCE BUT STRANGERS NOW !" LAWYER GARRAH T hiu. 12 ARGUMEN COUNTY TEMPERANCE Samuel N. Reed, Sentenced To Imprisonment For Compli city In "The Big Fight" At Equinunk, July 12, 191 0, Takes His Fate Philosophically'The Course Of True Love Never Did RunSmooth"--Not Even In Equinunk I "They'll think I'm putting It on, if I talk so much," said Samuel N. Keed to a representative of THE CITIZEN who Interviewed him at the- Wayne County Jail, Wednesday, shortly after dinner. Mr. Reed seemed to be In very good spirits, hut rather averse to discussing the case. "You needn't say anything," ho first remarked t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 February 1911

D TUB CITIZEN', FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1011. LADY OECIES NOW. Thousands Crowd Streets to See Wedding Party. HONEYMOON ON RIVER NILE. In St. Bartholomew's Church, Amid Elaborate Floral Decorations, Vivien Gould Becomes Bride of Lord Deoies Police Keep Guard. New York, Feb. 8. Miss Vivien Gould, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Gould and a granddaugh ter of the late Juy Gould, Is now Lady Decles. The ceremony that united her with Colonel John Graham Hope Ilorsloy-lteresford, D. S. O., fifth Bar on Defies, was performed by Bishop Davjd II. Greer of the diocese of Now York, assisted by the Rev. Dr. Leigh ton n. Parks, rector of St. Bartholo mew's church. Outside of St. Bartholomew's there was a notable absence of confusion and of the crowding excitement which accompanied (he wedding of Marjorie Gould to Anthony J. Droxel, Jr., last April. The police kept the situation well In hand, and, although there was some objection made to the arbitrary closing of Madison avenue to foot and hea...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 February 1911

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, FKHKUAltY 10, 11)11. fO CAUCUS M! Democrats Hold Second Co: ference on Senator. DIX ISSUES A STATEMENT. Insurgents and Regulars Get Together to End Deadlock at Albany Call For Meeting Follows Attempt of Gov ernor to Obtain Harmony. Albany, N. Y., Fob. 8. A Democratic eonforence on the senatorial question, Including both regulars and insur gents, is bclni; held In the assembly parlor today. At once rumors Hew about the capi tal that sufllclent Insurgents to elect William F. Sheehnn to the senate had teen won over by Murphy. While lucre was some doubt about that, the tenference was looked on with the greatest significance, and tho call was a full confirmation of the statement nado during the past three days. It was at first supposed that Murphy had induced Governor Dlx to come out in open advocacy of the claims of Mr. Shechan, but It was impossible to ver ify that report at once. Nevertheless it was considered likely that a bren!; in the Insurgent ranks has come 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. — 10 February 1911

Till: CITIZEN, Fill HAY, I'UHHUAKY 10, 11)11. THE CITIZEN Soinl-Wcckly Founded 1008; Weekly Founded 1811. Fn"URIIKD EVERY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY BY THE CITIZEN rUllLISMNO COMPANY. Entered as scconil-cluss mutter, ut tho post ' nlllco. llonesdale. I'u. It, 13. 1IAKDENIIERQ1I. - PRESIDENT .W W. WOOD. MANAGER AND SECY J.M.SMKLTZER EDITOK directors: 0. u. d0rfmn0er. m. ii. ai.len. uxnby wilson. e. b. iiabdenbkkoii. W. W. WOOD. FH I DAY, FKHKUaUY 10, 1011. Meet mo ut the High School En tertainment to-night Thursday! TENEH MAKING GOOD. Governor John K. Tener Is "milk ing Rood" at a rate that is astonish ing his warmest friends, nnd disconi llting his greatest enemies. It nl wuys pays to put a "business man" at tlio helm of alTnirs. Wo predict, that under bis administration, Penn sylvania will enjoy a regime that will redound to the peace and pros perity of its Inhabitants. AliHAHAM LINCOLN. Next Monday, the anniversary of tlio birth of the Great Kinanclpntor, Abraham Lincoln, will occur. We...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 February 1911

THE CITIZEN, KltlDAY, FEIIHUAHY 10, 11)11. INTERESTING 50CIAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS - A. CEUT-A-'WOED - HELP .WANTED. WANTED Competent girl for gen eral house work. Mrs. C. T. Bent ley, 1407 Main street, Honestlale. tf WANTED A boy to work In print ing olllce. Inquire at CITIZEN of Sco. WANTED Two or Paper Box Factory. three girls at 8tf von SALE. A SIX Octave, Chicago Cottage or gan. Walnut case. High top and mirror. Time conditions ?30. Mc Intyre. 7eol2. A $25.00 .sewing machine, all attach ments. Used short time. Fully warranted. Now $10. Mclntyre FOIl SALE Kelly & Stclnman brick factory building, Including en gine, boiler and shafting. Inquire of J. B. R&binson. EOtf. 0 HONESDALE AND ENVIRONS. Miss Mary Brown, Plttston, passing a few days in town. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Childs, Phila- j ielphla, are spending several days In the Maple City. ! The Honesdale branch of the W. P. S. C. A. will hold their annual ard party In Lyric Hall, Thursday evening, February 1G, at 8 o'clock. Ti...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 February 1911

THE omXKN, F1UDAY, FKHUUAIIY 10, 1011. House To Let It Changed the Life of a Clubman. A Spinster Was Also In terested In It By F. A. MITCIIEL Copyright by American Press Asso ciation. 1911. Jenkins wns un eminently respecta ble bncholor of forty. One day lie received an Invitation to go with a friend who lived In the suburbs for dinner and the night. The difference between a house with a wo man. In It, to say nothing of several Impish children, and his own solitary apartments was appalling. In his own bedroom ho would awaken In the morning amid a tomblike silence. In Hils abode of a family he lay awake for nearly an hour listening to unceas ing sounds that seemed like music to him. Thoro were a constant opening and shutting of doors, water pouring in a bathroom, children running, children sbcuting, children scolded, children petted; now a fow deep tones from a father warning Johnny that If ho didn't stop fooling nnd dress himself lie would get a spanking and now a feminine call to E...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 February 1911

THK CITIZliN, F1UDAV, FKIHWAKY 10, 1011. The Scrap Book Misjudged. A young woman rushed up to a Tourp man on Superior uvenuc the Other day and shook hands with him cordially. "I have a confession to make to you," she gurgled. "You won't bcllOTO It, but I always thought you drank." The young man lingered for u clove and tried not to blush. "And now," sho pursued, "I And that you are actually a temperance worker. Now I boo you nro trying to be mod. est and deny It, but you can novel fool me again. I overhead my brother saying, In his slangy way, that you wero a great booze lighter! Oh, ho (was In earnest. V hy, ho said that you had punished more of the stuff than any other ten men in Cleveland. I'm proud to know you. Will you ever pardon mo for misjudging you?" She was gone before he got through choking. Cleveland IMaln Dealer. Life. Ah, what Is life, bo brief at best? A waklnjr between rest and rest; An Insect's trail alone the Band; A gem's bright (lash upon the hand; A ware lino tr...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 February 1911

J THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1011. EVEN DAYS IN WAYNE HAWLEY WHAT THE FOLKS IN THE SHIRE ARE DOING. PAUPACK. Special to THE CITIZEN. Paupack, Pa., February 9. The Rov. H. T. Purklss will deliver a special address In the M. E. church at 10:45 a. m., Sunday, February 12, on the "Life of President Lincoln." business In New York this week. Special services will be held In the First Presbyterian church, Sun day evening, when the pastor, the ltev. W. H. Swift, D. D., will speak on "Lincoln." LEDGEDALE. BEACH LAKE. Special to THE CITIZEN. Beach Lake, Pa., February Quarterly meeting of the Free Meth- , t , ,nbors ns ono of the c0,in- nllctf inliiirnli tirlll in Mrtlrl nnvt Sflta ... odlst -church will be held next Sat urday and Sunday, Rev. A. G. Mll lor, In charge. ARIEL. Special to THE CITIZEN. Tin- Consolations Of Life. Ariel, Pa:, February 9. There are many places In this earth Beautiful to behold, .Many hearts are tilled with mirth, .Many purses, tilled with gold. While many pla...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 February 1911

V"EATHKii 1 IvK M-I: i'.iAA'.' "WKATIIKIt FORECAST: Snow. a 1113 CITIZEN Is tlio most widely read scml-wcekly newspaper In Wnyno County. Lustier now tlinn nt nny Unio In Its 08 years' history. r 68th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1911 fMf' DESERTED "HUBBflSCENE OF LACKAWANNA'S JUDGE-EDIW GET WE! CELEBRATED SHOWE CASE53 T.J. ill DEAD! A. C. HEItlNGEK, BUCKINGHAM TOWNSHIP, OH ANTE I) 1)1 VOIKE, MONDAY, HIS WIFE HAVING GONE TO KANSAS CITY, MO. OTIIEH ARGUMENT COURT NOTES. Testimony in the case of Arthur C. Beringer, libellant versus Flora M. Beringer, respondent, filed Feb ruary 13. Libel in Divorce. Before Chester A. Garratt, Master, at his of-. flee in Ilonesdale, February 7, 1911,1 at 2 o'clock p. m. Appearances: E. C. Mumford for Hbellnnt; C. A. McCarty, for the re spondent. . Witnesses" were produced on part of libellant, sworn and testified. G. C. Littello being sworn testified: My residence is at Hancock, N. , Y. 1 have known Mr. Beringer for nearly two ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 February 1911

THE OITIZEX, WKDVESDAV, VEUItUAItY 15, 1011 TIMELY BREVITIES I Oats uiv little used In Russia for liu man fooil. Okies of tlio futtiru will ho built of glass, a New York iirchltcot says. In ono yi'iir l,r(51 Improvement In tho operation of cash resistors were made. The United States and Russia togeth er own about half the horse the world. Tho Williamsburg bridge at Now York Is equipped with an electrically operat ed gate to stop runaway horses. Deep breathing, which draws the blood from tho brain to tho lungs, Is one of tho most effective euros for In somnia. A commission appointed by five of tho larger German states has ndopted a standard system of shorthand for use in those states. The amount of carbon exhaled from a man's lungs each day, if it could bo solidified, would equal that in a lump of coal weighing half a ton. An enormous pearl, of perfect shape and valued at ?30,00O, was recently found in the Western Australia pearl fisheries and shipped to England. The last time India ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 February 1911

THK CITIZHN, WKDNKSDAY, rUIJRUARY 15, 1011 The Scrap Boole Why Ho Wept. A medieval sultan hatl such nn alarm ingly grotesque nnd ugly face that, ae had all the mirrors removed from his palace so that he might avoid the pain of seelntr his own features. This tt u 1 1 a n called on his Brand vizier one day and by ncd dent happened to catch sight of hlsrcllectlon. Ills hideousness over powered him, and i i. i .. ,.in. lent sobbing. In nnoKB into vioi-csT tllla outburst the sodding vlzlcr pron,I)tly Joined. Finally the sultan calmed down, wiped his eyes and got ready to smoko and talk, but not so the vizier. He sobbed on and on. His master, tapping his slip per Impatiently on the cushions, waited for him to cease. At length the sultan got angry and exclaimed: "Why do you weep longer than I, Tlzler?" "Alas," the grand vizier re plied, "you wept, HE BOBBED ON. O commander of the faithful, because you saw your face but for an Instant, but I see It all day and every day." Today. Bay not tom...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 February 1911

TUb olTI'Ai.V, WKKMWIIAV, FKimrAltV 15, 1011 THE CITIZEN HciuMVcckly Founded 1008; Weekly Founded 1811. rUI'M8IIKD EVKIlY WEDNK8DAY AND FHIUAY BY TUB CITIZEN PUBLISHING COMPANY. Entered as second-class matter, at thu post ollicc. Honesdale. Pa. K. B.HAKDENBEU(1H. - - PRESIDENT ,W W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SKC'Y J. Jf.SMKl.TZEH EDITOR uniEcrons: 0. H. DORM.IKGRR. M. B. AM.KN. nclRY WILSON. K. B. 1IARUENBEKOII. W. '. WOOD. WKIKNKSDAY, KHItltUAKY 15, 1011 CllOWDKI) COLUMNS. Kxccptionul (lenmiuls on our news columns this week, force us to omit .several important edltorluls. Wc especially recommend to our read ers, however, the HAltlUSHUHG IJOITKU written hy the facile pen of Sir. Ilaiisc, in an editorial style, and with whose opinions, as there expressed, ho hcaitlly coincide. KHST IN P13ACH! lly the passing away at l' resi dence, in l'liiladelpliia, last Satur day, of Archbishop 1'atrlck J. Ityan, tlio head ot' the llomnn Catholic church in Pennsylvania, the State and tho Nation alike suf...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 February 1911

THE CITIZEN, WKUNKSDAY, KKIIUVAKV 15, 11)11 INTERESTING SOCIAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS - A- OE!IsrT--"W"OE,ID - 11 15 LP WANTED. WANTED Two or threo girls at Paper Box Factory. 8t Boy wants a job to run errands, de liver pnckages, or other light work. 310 Ninth street. tf roii sAlk. FOK SALE Kelly & Stelnman trick factory building, including en qiue, boiler and shafting. Inquire of J. B. Robinson. GOtf. A SALE Friday, February 17, be ginning at 3 o'clock, In Grace Sunday school room, cakes, crullers, cookies and rolls. Orders may be left with .Mrs. Lambert. Coffee and Kuchen will be served for ten cents. 13tl. 0 HONESD'ALE AND ENVIRONS. Richard Freethly, East Ilonesdale, Is seriously 111. Miss Marietta Uussell Is visiting relatives at Susquehanna. County Detective N. D. Spencer transacted official business In Car bondale, Friday. William F. McAndrews, Carbon dale, transacted official business In Ilonesdale, Saturday. Otto Heumann left Saturday for the wilds of Pike county. Mrs. Georg...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 February 1911

Tim CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, FEHHUAHY 15, 10JJ Statement - WAYNE COUNTY, 1910. Fred. Saunders, Treasurer, in Account with Wayne County for year ending Jan. 1, 1911. nn. Balance In hands of Treasurer. Jan. 3, 1910: To county fund 52,400 Mi ltond 333 33 Bchool " 4'2 28 I'oor " 499 41 11 emotion money 418 09 Dog apportion 1.1S0 31 6,620 33 To atnt. reed, on collectors certificates: County fund 119 66 Koad 22(67 School " 310 60 Poor " 110 67 767 41 To Hint reed on unseated taxes: County fund 248 67 Road " 807 97 Bchool " 410 80 Poor " 91 17 1.0V1 61 To nmt.dueon dup. '02, '06. '07, 'OS.. 519 09 " duplicate 1909 13,178 68 " added " 1909 20 60 " 5 per cent, added dup. 1909.. 215 67 ' Overpaid duplicate 1909.... 9 95 " duplicate 1910 69,805 14 " added duplicate 1910 119 62 To amt, reed, from poor districts... . 213 75 " " Co. portion llq. license. 1,395 60 " " Runners " 45 00 " " Btate treasurer 8,667 65 " " Auditor Oenaral 600 00 ' " Commonwcaltli costs.. 893 17 ' ' ' W. L. Ferguson, loan.. 10...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 February 1911

TIIE CITIZEX, WHDNKSDAY, FKimUAItY 15, 1011 Statement of Finances OF WAYNE CO. (Continued from Pago 6.) " " bounties 184 M 'Olhitou supervisors 250 00 Ollnton school illstrlet 260 00 Ilreliersup'rs net state road 114a 18 Hurley Flomlw? estate 017 16 Hlllslclo Goal & Iron Oo, taxes 1907, VS, W 225 00 poor district Preston 2177 HI Hawley. ... P57 78 " " Ilorlln .. . lOMHO " " Palmyra ... 843 74 " Ilonesdale-Texas 8iV5 8rt ' " Dyberry. ... 209 M " " Ohorry ItldKO loo 20 collector Palmyra dupU!, MS 88 ffl) DjberryduplfOT, "OS 253 74 Lahtgh dup 1007 1 00 ' Manchester clupW,X)S 18 21 Wnymnrt dup 1007 0 m Clinton UuplOOS 18 Damascus dup 1008 20 41 " Drolior dup UiOS 1 Bli "' Lebanon dup 1008 8 SN " duplicate louo ... 710 7S " 1010 . 160(52 B0 nnlance connty fund In treasury. 4072 lfi 32211 03 CLAIMS AGAINST OOUNTV One PH Holninft.Jr.ncct asses O HldKe $ 14 11 Ohas Wood, Jury duty.Oct torm.'UI 1 Wl Vf II Bullock, error In bill No678 MO 2 00 J W Hartford, " In costs, Q K Wheeler case 6" ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 February 1911

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, l-'EDKCAUY 13, 1011 - - SEVEN DAYS IN WAYNE HAWLEY ARIEL. Special to THE CITIZEN. Ariel, Pa., February 14. In Mcinoi'luiu. OUr darling little Moras Now sleeps beneatb the sod, He has crossed death's sea before us, Let us follow on to God. Olt the loving hand of Jesus Plucks from us the fairest llower; And because lie loves Ills children, Bears them from the tempter's power. May we gladfy learn the lesson, Christ In love would teach, And with joy accept the blessing That Ho hnth In store for each. And you unconverted parents . Give your hearts to God, I pray, For on earth there Is no other, That can take your grief away. Then with an eye of faith you'll see, Through all this mist and gloom A day when with your boy you'll be Triumphant o'er the tomb. When Christ shall sound through all tho earth The trump of God, Most High, And all Ills sleeping saints forth To meet Him In the sky. Contributed by Orpha Swingle in i was completed late Saturday even loving rememb...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 February 1911

WEATHER FORECAST: Fair. WEATHER FORECA.ST: Fair. 11 UK CITIZEN Is tho most widely rend scml-weckly nowspnper In Wnyno County. Lustier now tlmn at any time in Its 08 years' history. 68th YEAR. WEEPILMGLY. PETITE SIADEL Not until after 10 o'clock Wed nesday morning were the twelve men finally selected who are to determine the fate of Carl Howe, a chaffeur of Scranton, charged with a statutory offense by twenty-year old Madeline Patterson, daughter of George Pat terson, La Plume. Tho legal "pyrotechnics" began early In fhe trial. After the pre liminaries had been properly dis posed of, and all the properties had been duly observed, Tuesday af ternoon, Attorney Holgate, address ing Judge Searlo said ho would like to have a few preliminary questions disposed of before going further. He said ho did not care to have the argu ments made before the jurors and Judge Searltf suggested that the mysterious motion might be made and argued before him in chambers. A recess was then taken, all attor...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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