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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 February 1911

TUB CITIZEN, FKII)AY, FEIHtUAltY 17, 1011. TO OUSHOULDS? Battle on For Control of Missouri Pacific. SENATOR NORRIS BROWN. Nebraskan Favors Popular Vote Elections Amendment. THIEVES GET HALF MILLION. STANDARD OIL IS IN FIGHT. Attorney Representing Kuhn & Loeb, 1 New York Brokers, Demands Ad- I dresses of Stockholders Annual Meeting Next Month. St. Louis, Kcb. 15. A financial bat tle to gain control of the Missouri Pa cific railroad began In St. Louis, It la reported, when a Now York lawyer representing the Kuhn & Loeb-Stand-! ard OH Interests made a demand for 1 the rallroadM stock books, that the nunios and addresses of the stockhold ers might be obtained. The New York lawyers, accompanied by Attorneys K. , "'..Tudson and Judge II. S. Priest of St. j Louis, went to the office of Martin , Olardy, general solicitor for the Mis- j sourl Pacific, nnd asked that the stock hooks be surrendered. The prime object for this movement. It was reported, was to get the stock- j holders' p...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 February 1911

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, VEnitUARY 17, 1011. APOLOGY OB SOU I Griscom's Mother Says He Talks Too Much. WHITMAN NOT IN THE CASE. Arnolds Are Assured That Man Said to Bs Daughter's Suitor Will Be Restrained In the Future At Prisoner In His Hotel. Atlantic City, N. J., Feb. 15.-G corse B. Grlscom, Jr., is still locked up In Ma room In the Hotel Cbalfonte. Soger O'Mara, the Pittsburg detective, who has taken charge of the Griscom interests here, made several trips from kis rooms at Young's hotel to the Imlfonte. After one of the later trips h talked with the besieging newM paper men. There was no word from .thor Grin m for O'Mara to give out. The fsict that considerable mall and a number J f telegrams have been sent out from the Griscom apartments and have been received by the Grlscoms In the past two days has caused much specula tion, particularly in view of the ml tortlsement In a New York newspaper signed "Junior," naming Tuesday as too day on which the one for vhixc yea the personal was...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 February 1911

ITik vTiTiiikx, khYday, KEintUAitv it, nm. THE CITIZEN Semi-Weekly Founded 1008; Weekly Founded 1814. POnl.IBIIBD KVERY WEDNESDAY AND FHIDAY DY THE CITIZEN TUBUSIIINO COMPANY. iiuicred as second-class matter, at the post olllce, Honesdale. l'a. K. B.UAHDKNltKltOU. - - PRICSIDKNT .W W. WOOD. - MANAQUH AND SKC'Y J.M.SMKLTZKK KDITOK directors: o. n. dorflinqkb. m. d. allen, (lknby wilson. e. b. ii aiidenueroii. W. W. WOOD. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 111. HEAUTIFV1NG TIIK TRUTH! Wo liavo been honicwhat palncil, moro inortiflcd, und considerably cha grined by being furnished with cer tain news items recently by people in whoso reputation for truth and veracity, "as attested by the speech of tho peoplo lit tho community in which they live," wo had tho high est confidence. Wo would not like to tldnk that any one would Intention ally furnish a newspaper witli Incor rect information, especially slnco the Law provides a severe penalty for any such indiscretion, and wo can only charge tho remissness...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 February 1911

THE CiriZBN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1011. INTERESTING SOCIAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS - CEinrT-A--W"OID - HELP WANTED. FOlt SALE. ,,,.,. " FOK SALE Kelly & Stoiuman Paper Pox Factory Stt 40( bollor nnd BhnItlnB. inquire of Boy wants a job to run errands, de- J- p' "olns"' 310rNlnthitwotr ther "glU Wrtf A SALE-Friday, February 17. bo- 3iu wiutn street. 11 ginning at 3 o'clock, In Grace Sunday school room, cakes, crullers, FOK KENT. cookies and rolls. Orders may bo left with Mrs. Lambert. Coffee and MONEY MAKKK 150-acre farm to Kuchen will be served for ton rent on shares. Never falling cen illlh- water throughout. Eight-room FQR SALE 1 Sl!t new hand-made, house, large barn, stock and imple- ht bobs whte oak threo scntS( ments. Location near Galilee cream- ca 2G00 m ?40. x set secomi ery. Party must have good refer- mnd hanll.mado llBht uobS( two ence. Address with particulars, A. seats ?20. : gooJ second aand mar- F. GLOVEIl, Oceanport, N. J. 14t- ket waBon. two seatS( $0. Inquire Dr. H....

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 February 1911

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, FEimUAKY 17, 1011. F IT Reciprocity Bill Now Goes to the Senate. TAFT HAPPY OVER BIG VOTE. Democrats Favorable to Measure Ao ept Gag Rule Plan With Joy While Dalzeli Protests Ultimate Pas sage Is Expected. Washington, Feb. 15. Tho McCall bill, embodying tho administration reci procity agreement with Canada, was passed by tho house of representatives 221 to 02. Five Democrats and eighty seven Republicans voted against tho bill. It now goes to the senate, where chances for Its passage are becoming brighter. President Taft received tho news of Uio big toIo In tho jouso with great satisfaction. If It had not been for a pig rule hurriedly reported by Repre sentative Boutello of jlllnols from the committee on rules aftor that body had held a hasty meeting thcro would have been little prospect of a vote before Thursday. But the gag dirt the trick. The Democrats who In the past have awakened tho echoes of the chamber with their denunciations of similar propositions desi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 February 1911

1 T1US CITIZEN, FRIDAY, FEIHtlAItY 17, 1011. TURNS May Try to Impeach Foe! ker's Testimony. CHARGES AGAINST ACCUSER. Brooklyn Congressman Denies Intima-i tton of Fraud In Connection With Hit Examination For Admis sion to Practice Law. New York, Feb. 15. The trial of former Senator Frank J. Gardner of Brooklyn on n charge of attempting 4" brlbo Congressman Otto G. Foolker, J(he former senator, to vote against the faart-Agnew racing bills and who was indicted upon the testimony of Foclker and Assistant District Attorney Elder of Brooklyn, who has declared that Gardner told him how $500,000 had tyeen raised t" defeat the bills and how tuc money was to be disbursed, has hegun before Justice Seabury In Brook lyn. When the case was called District Attorney Whitman was ready, but Max D. Steur, of counsel for Gardner, wanted an adjournment to give him flme to oxnmlne documents In the pos acssion of tho district nttorncy. Jus tice Senbury said that the jury could be obtained a', once and tha...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 February 1911

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, Hill. . 1 , .a HAWLEY - - SEVEN DAYS IN WAYNE BEACH LAKE. Special to THE CITIZEN. Beach Lnlco, Pa., February 1G. Although February Is the shortest month In the year a good many days brighten the calendar, such as Saint Valentine, Lincoln nnd Washington days, etc. The original Saint Valen tine hart nothing to do with our present uay custom 01 excnanging Sunday with her parents, Mr. and tokens of love and friendship. He jirs, James Crooks, was a Roman priest who suffered, Mrs. Leap, Stroudsburg, who has martyrdom and was afterward be-1 been spending a couple of months headed by the Emperor Claudius, A. wlth her brother, n. B. Decker, ow D. 270, and the 14th day of Febru-j )ng to the Illness of .Mrs. Decker, ro nry was appointed by the church to turned to her home on Wednesday, be observed In his honor. Lumbering nnd hauling the sum mer wood is now In order as the Ice i harvest has closed; never before did p.ciai to THE CITIZEN, wo see such (inanity of...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 February 1911

"WEATHER FORECAST: Colder. AVKATJIEU FORECAST: Colder. al HE CITIZEN is tlio most widely read senil-wcckly nowspnper In Wnyno County. Lustier now than at nny tinio in its 08 years' history. n OOI) MORNING. Dcnr CT erst Ilnvo you nil lind Grippe," "Inllucnzn," or ', py uouis," tins Winter Call tlio Doctor in time I 68th YEAR. HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1911. . 4 . . uitmctt. A I M I I DH 129 as i "jMo. 15 Such Is The LIFE IN GERMANY! J. EDWARD COOK RETURNS FROM TWO MONTHS' VISIT TO THE FATI I E 1 1 1 jANI ) LIFE IN DEUTSCHIjANI) IN 11)11 cost OF LIVING LESS THAN IN AMEK1CA CHURCHES POOR IiY A'ri'ENIlEI) THE 1SEST KIND OF A PASSPORT FOR ANY TRAVELER IS AN "HONORABLE IJISCIIAUGE." .1. Edward Cook, 1231 Spring treet, Houesdale, is home again from a two-months' tour ot Ger many, his native country. " I don't think I would like to live there," he told a representative of THE CITIZEN, last Saturday, un less I had lots of money. It's a fine country to go and see. 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. — 22 February 1911

I TUB CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 22, 1011. The Highest! Bidder A Washington Birthday Story ! By CLARISSA MACK1E V Copyright ! American Press Asso- $ elation, Mil. Tho old liousc looked grim and cold In tho clilll light of the February day. The gray clouds lowered over lis mossy roof, and tho naked elms creak ed dismally In the bitter wind. The email porch was on a lino with the ancient fence and the land stretched away in the rear gnarled old fruit troes, acres of wornout pasturage and ii lino of dark cedars against the hori zon. Austin Ely and his bride descended from tho station stage that had brought them (o the steps of their future home. Their trunks were dumped in the small porch, the box of supplies that Austin had prepared ere they left tho city stood at the door, and tho stage rolled away witli the driver peering curiously back at them over his fur clothed shoulder. Austin looked up and down the lone ly road with its scatlorlng of equally dismal houses and shivered. Ho bent d...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 February 1911

THIS ClTIZHiW WKDXKSDAV, FKII. 22, 11)11. NEAR SUICIDES JOIN IN UPLIFT. Jerseymen Organize to Discour age Prospective Siiutfiing Off. HAVE CHAMBER OF HORRORS, Meeting Place Decorated With Ropes, Poison Bottles nnd Pistols Trenton Club Is Antithesis of Robert Louis Stevenson's Famous Band Who Sought to Slay Selves, Walter Haunlson of Trenton, N. J., ho carried one of Robert Louis Ste renson's best known fancies n step farther. Tho novelist made famous Hie Sul oide club; Uanutson seeks notoriety for it near suicide club. He doesn't call W that, finding the Society For the Vplift of Despondent Fellow Men more to his liking, but only those who have tried to end their lives nre eligible to membership. So far he has gathered forty kindred spirits about him, nnd he topes to have 100 soon. Uplifting takes placo once a week. Bach member of the society Is com pelled to take an oath upon election that ho will tell when, where and why ke tried to kill himself, how he felt at that time, how he f...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 February 1911

Till Orri'KN, WEDNESDAY, FE11. 122, 1011. THE CITIZEN Seini-Wcckly Founded 1008; Weekly Founded 1814. rUBLISUED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY BY THE CITIZEN PUI1U8IIINO COMPANY. Kuteredas second-class mutter, ut the post olllcc. llonesdnle. I'a. K. U. JIAJtUKNHIiHUH. - - l'JtKSlDEMT .w w. wood. manaukk and skc'y j.m.smkltzek editor directors: 0. h. dorfmnqer. m. ii. ali.kn. hxnry wilbon. e. b. iiardeniierhii. W. W. WOOD. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 22, 1011. TUB AVAIL OK THIS MAGAZINES. Tlio magazines have been Hsblln special privilege to nny class, sub Hldy to steamers currying U. mall lias been one of tlio .things tlicy liuro been opposing, but just us noon as Postmaster General Hitch cock culls attention to the fact that the government bus been subsidizing tho big muguzlncs advertising by carrying them to their destination at tho ridiculous ruto of ono cent a pound, then there is a bowl and all worts of arguments arc brought forth to prove thnt they should bo special ly prlveligcd to make Undo ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 February 1911

TUB CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 22, 1011. TERESTING SOCIAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS HELP WANTED. WANTED Two or three girls at Paper Box Factory. Stf Boy wants a Job to run errands, de- ,,(m SALE Kelly & Stclnman iiTintw?' B Wrtf wick factory building, Including en- 3iu Ninth street. jti boUer oml shaftjnB inqUire of FOR RENT The store ou.. u, D- Robinson. DOtf. Flagg's Clothing House, SG3 Main street, Grambs' Building. The best FOR SALE 1 sot new, hand-made, location in Honesdale. Inquire at light bobs, white oak, three seats, the store. 10tf. carry 2G00 lbs., $40; 1 set second . hand, hand-made light hobs, two " seats $20; 1 good second hand mar- I-Oll IlhM. kct Wagon, two seats, $20. Inqulro Dr. H. C. Noble, Waymart. 13t3 HONEY MAKER IGO-acro farm to " rent on shares. Never failing $3,500 buys 439-acre farm about 30 water throughout. Eight-room acres clear, the rest in timber, iouse, large barn, stock and Imple- good water, house, and barn; situate ments. Location near Galilee cream- n...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 February 1911

THE C1T1ZKN, WIS I )NES I) A Y, FEB. 22, 1011. Statement - 0F WAYNE COUNTY, 1910. Fred. Saunders, Treasurer, in Account with Wayne County for year ending Jan. 1, 1011. nn. Balance In hands of Treasurer, .Inn. 3, 1910: To cnunty fund 82,100 m Road " HI 32 Hcliool " 42 2S Poor " 499 H It emptlon money 418 09 Dog apportion 1,1-fl 31 5,020 3! To amt. reed, on collectors certificates: IJountyfund 119 60 ltoad 22 07 Hcliool " 318 fill Poor " 110 67 7G7 4( To nmt reed on unseated taxes; County fund 24S 57 Koad " S07 07 Hchool " 410 1 Poor " HI 17 l.OVi Bl To amt. duo on dup 07, 'Oil. '07, 'OS. . 519 09 " duplicate 119 13,178 8 " nddfd " I WW 20 50 " 6 percent, added clup. 1009.. 215 57 Overpaid duplicate 1909..,. 9 95 ' duplfcato 1910 59,805 11 added duplicate 1910 119 62 o amt. reed, from poor districts... . 213 75 " " Co. portion Hq. license J ,395 50 " " gunners " 45 00 " " State treasurer. 3,607 55 " " Auditor Gensral 500 00 ' " Comtnonwealtli costs.. 891 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. — 22 February 1911

I THE CITIZHrV, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 22, 1011. Canada Is Glad Connaught ANADA is rejoicing over the appoint ment of the Duko of C o n n a ught, uncle of King George, as gov ernor general of the Doral nlon, and bo Is Eng land, not because of the loss of the d u k c, who Is very populnr, but because It Is fig ured the tics be tween the moth er country and her big child will be materially strengthened. The duke Is to succeed Earl Grey In September for a two years' term. The eh an kg from n five year tenure Is re tarded by the Ixmdon newspapers as meaning that the step Is of an experi mental nature, and they say that It is a momentous experiment. Huiiy In England regard the reci procity agreement between the United DUKE OP CONNATjanT. States and Canada as a step toward the dissolution of Great Britain's im perial federation, but think that if any one could renrouse the old British plrit in the Cnnadlnns the Duko of Connaught is the man. The London Morning Post thinks the appointment marks th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 February 1911

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, FEU. 22, 1011. iEVEN DAYS IN WAYNE HAWLEY CENTERVILLE. Sp. lal to TIIU CITIZEN. Centerville, Pa., February 18. William Marshall of tills place, who has been working on the Ice at Gouldsboro for somo time, returned to his home on Saturday last, Mrs. Samuel Kimble and children, .Airs. John Becker and daughter, Samuel Saunders Is visiting his Edna, also Homer Frisbie, of this i daughter, Mrs. S. D. Noble, Falls place, attended church at Ledgedalo ,jaie Sunday, February 12th. ln'a jiitcholl, teacher of the East Friend Walker and William Ger-1 i3eaclilalco school, spent Saturday rlty, Hub, visited at Mrs. Eliza Gar- ,md Sunday with relatives and rity's on Sunday last. friends at this place. Walter and Andrew Van Lewen, There are still several cases of Ariel, passed through Centerville j gr(pl)0 n this vicinity. This disease today. I has handled several of its victims i'oter l ormey, icugeciaic, visueu at II. Marshall's on Sunday even ing. Nettle G. Kimble, who has...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 February 1911

AVEATHEB FOBKCAST: FAIlt. n OOI) MOBNING, Ilcarj rf 1 1113 CITIZEN is tlio most X. widely rend scinl-wcckly newspaper In AVnyno County. Lustier now tlinn nt nny time In Its 08 yenrs' lilitory. KJ crsl Ilnvo you nil Grippe," "Influenza," py Colds," this AV Cnll tno Doctor In tl; HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1911. 68th YEAR. Cttiiat jBf . end- ( Js?GrIp- iBfr yet? I NO. 16 IT PAIS TO BE GOOD IN SEELYVILLE BEAD AM) SEE HONEST YOUNG MAN, LATH OK GEHMANA, FINDS LOST 1'OCKETBOOK, AND THHHEBY MEETS FAIR YOUNG LADY. That "truth Is stranger than no tion," is shown by this tale of how a splendid young fellow, who came from Germany to America less than a year ago, bringing his "honesty" with him, found a lost pockotbook, returned It to the owner, and there by met a fair young lady. The Father of the girl related the story to a CITIZEN man In these words: Lost! "My daughter and her cousin came home from store Saturday night. It was snowing gently, and the walking was treach...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 February 1911

THE CITIZEN, FltlDAY, FEBKUAItY Si, 1011. WOMEN VOTE SEEKERS AND ANTIS MAY CLASH Suffragists at Albany Want Con stitution Amended, The woman HtiffraKe campaign, 1 which is nil Irresistible feature of ev-, erjr legislative session, opened with a reception at tho Hotel Ten EycU In 1 Albany. Women who want to havo tho constitution amended to give them; the right to vote were there In largo numbers. Tho event was tho formal inauguration of suffrage week, which will be marked by two or three public meetings, many teas, church and social gatherings generally. For tho first time In several years the antlsuITrnglsts arrived in Albany about the same time as tho vote seek- era. Usually the antls wnlt until the , day of the legislative hearing and , come to Albany merely to talk down their ambitious sisters. This time, however, tho opposition got on the ground early with a wagon load of prepared speeches, and there may be clashes for the balance of the week. The opening reception was attended ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 February 1911

TIIK C1TIZHN, FRIDAY, I'KIini'ARY 21, mil. S W- ILT D.SPUTE Divorced Husbanrj, For a "Lump Sum," Apes Not to Sue. It has Just been learned that a com promise agreement lias been signed ki New York by which Dr. Smith llof Hhs McKlm for a valuable considera tion agrees not to Institute proceedings for the ullcnatlon of the affections of kls wife. Those who were to have been de fendants are Dr. McKlni's father-in-tew, Captain Isaac E. Kmerson; his former wife, Captain Emerson's daugh ter, nnd Alfred G. Vanderbllt. The agreement was the result of a confer nce In New York. Tapers were signed at this confer tnce which release Mr. Vanderbllt, Captain Emerson, his daughter nnd Mrs. Frederick McCormlek from any legal action resulting from Mrs. Mc Klm divorcing her husband. Dr. Mc Klm was awarded a sum of money, which will be paid In semiannual in stallments, as well as a lump sum, which was awarded chiefly for coun sel fees. The agreement was the result of a wrlcs of conferences. Reports hav...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 February 1911

Tllto tttTIZHN, FMDAY, FKIHtUAKY 21, 1011. THE CITIZEN Semi-Weekly Founded 1008; Weekly Founded 1811. POHUBIIKD EVERY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY BV THE CITIZEN PUBLISHING COMPANY. Entered as secotid-cliiss matter, at tlio post olllce. Honesdale. I'u. K. U.HAKDKNHHKUH. - 1'KKdlDKNT .W W.WOOD. - MANAOKH AND SKC'Y J.M.SMEIVTZEK KDITOH directors: a ii. porfxinoer. m. b. allen, henry wilson. k. b. iiakdenberoii. V. W. WOOD. Fill DAY, KKISKUAHY 21, 11)11. MA IITI 1 A WASH I NGTOX. Ono hundred and liitytwo years apo yesterday, (February 22) Murtha and George were- married. lOlfIity tno yeurs ago, yesterday, the First I'resbytcriau church, Ilonesuale, was founded. Twenty-seven years ago yesterday, Itev. W. 11. Swift, 1). ., began Ills memorable pastorate In tbnt church. Such n raro combina tion of fortuitous circumstances de nerved to bo ilttingly commemorated. And 000 people appropriately cele brated the triple anniversary by en Joying n Martha Washington Supper in the Chapel of tho Old First Ch...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 February 1911

THE CITIZEN, FMDAY, FEIIItUAIlY HI, 1011. INTERESTING SOCIAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS 11131,1' WANTED. FOR SALE. ' FOR SALE Eggs for sotting stn- WANTED Two or three girls at ge comu Whlto Orphlngtons, Kel- Paper Box Factory. 8tf 0rstrass Strain, ?2.50 per 1G; White I'ekln Ducks, $1.00 per l'l. 15t2 FOIt RENT The storo occupied by Flagg's Clothing House, 8G3 Main FOB SALE Kelly & Stelnman Btreet, Grambs' Building. The best irlck factory building, Including en location in Honesdale. Inquire at iiue, boiler and shafting. Inquire of ho store. lGtf. u B. Kobinson. 50tf. FOK KEXT- Foil SALE 1 s.st new, hand-made, light bobs, white oak, three seats, HONEY MAKEU lGO-acro farm to carry 2500 lbs., ?4u; 1 set second rent on shares. Never falling hand, hand-made light bobs, two water throughout. Eight-room seats ?20; 1 good second hand mar house, large barn. Location near ket wagon, two seats, ?20. Inquire Galilee creamery. Party must have Dr. H. C. Noble, Waymart. 13t3 sood reference, stock and...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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