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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 February 1911

THE CITIZKN. FKIDAV, IKHHIAUV ai, 11)11. $12,833,900 IN iATTLI What Dreadnought New York Will Mean In Money. SEVEN OTHERS BUILDING, Figuros on Cost of Constructing, Arm ing, Equipping and Furnishing a Fighting Force Show Huge Sums Re quired to Maintain a Flock of "Peace Doves" For Uncle Sam. What docs the battleship New York menu? It means $12,S33.0SO worth of steel, iron, wood and powder, all made into a first class or Dreadnought type of fighting vessel and named after the state of New York. It is 27.000 tons of destruction which will be put afloat in approximately two years to either maintain peace or enforce the man dates of war. The battleship New York means the largest and latest fighting ship in the .world. It is a "peace dove," accord ing to advocates of a larger and great er navy. The department has just completed or has under construction seven other battleships of the Dreadnought type. One of these, the Texas, a sister ship of the New York, will cost within $1,500,000 as ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 February 1911

I ,i, ' I KimVAHY 21, 1011. MISSOURI HAS A CIRCUS FARMER Camels and Sacred Cattle Oc cupy Hall's Barnyard. ELEPHANTS IN THE CELLAR. Native of "Show Me" Stats Admired and Covoted Bespangled Procession of Wild Beasts as a Boy and Now Acts as Broker In Similar Zoology and Trappings. Onco an orphan boy of twelvo who did chores aiound Lancaster, Mo., for his keep saw a circus pnrado from a choice scat at the top of n hitching post near the courthouse square. It coined to that boy that to be near ttiose strange animals was like living In a land of romance. He resolved that whoa ho grew up he would have some , animals himself. In that there was ! aothing unusual; the really novel fea ture Is that he realized his ideal. For many years W. I Hall has been known as one of the most important f the country's horse and mule deal ers, lie has bought and sold as many as 20,000 horses In n single year. During the Boer war he did much to advertise the Missouri mule (Then he shipped mules to Africa fo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 February 1911

I - - SEVEN DAYS IN WAYNE THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1011. HAWLEY WHAT THE FOLKS IN THE SHIRE ARE DOING. SOUTH CANAAN. Special to THE CITIZEN. South Canaan, Pa., February 23. John Welsh, Carbondale, has return ed after spending a few days with his brother, Richard, of this place. A number of young people from this place attended a wedding cele bration at the home of David Buck ley, Cherry Ridge, whose son, Mat thow J., was recently married to Miss Helen Coughlln, Carbondale. John Racht's father Is seriously 111 at the home of his daughter in Honesdale. James Ryan, who has been 111 for some time, Is Improving. Maynie Burnett, who recently un derwent an operation for appendi citis, Is said to be feeling very good and will return home In a few days. Mrs. John D. Buckley has return ed from New York, where she visit ed relatives. Her daughter, Angelus Buckley, has returned to Millersvllle Stato Normal school. Mrs. Fred Swartz has returned from Forest City whore she visited her dau...

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

( WKATIIKll FORECAST: Colder. WEATHER FORECAST: Colder. mJIE CITIZEN is iho most JL widely .rend scnA-wcckly i newspaper In Wnyno County. Lustier now than nt nny time in its 08 years' history. pi OOD MORNING, Dear Rend- U ersl o you nil liml "La .lillticnzn," or "Grip- tliis Winter yet? )octor in time! 68th YEAR. HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1911. VJ ersl SUB GrippeJSH py CollHsST NO. 17 00, RE, Ml, FA, SOL LA, SI; DO!" "YOU CAN'T EDUCATE THE EAR TO A PUBE MUSICAL TONE, IF YOU DON'T KEEP YOUB PIANO IN TUNE" D1FFEBENCE BE TWEEN ' COMEBCIAL ' AND ' HIGH GRADE INSTRUMENTS. This is the story, related In tho hotel lobby, to a CITIZEN reporter, by a veteran " piano tuner," whose twenty-five years experience in that line, have taught him the " Ins " nd "outs" of the business: "A piano ought to be gone over at least once a year for the good of the Instrument. A piano on the second floor will always stand in tune bet ter than one on the iirst floor, be cause there isn't s...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 March 1911

TUB CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1011. Ooo II Luuiehuui i ' I STM' '("Jl DOO By JAMES A. EDGEU.TON. , INCINNATUS HEINE MILLER lie was christened, and nobody cun blaino him for changing it to Joaquin. That was uot only more poetical, but was a better fit. Cinciuuatus Heine would naturally belong to a conventional person, prop erly barberod, clothed In the mode and 1 in bis right inind, while Joaquin would J not bo so circumspect. Neither was Miller. There have been unconven tional poets before and doubtless will be again, but never one so unconven tional as Joaquin Miller. Miller was born In November, 1841, In a prairie schooner headed west. He remained headed west until he arrived in Oregon at about the ago of twelve, his parents accompanying him. His father, whom he called "papa" even after both had long whiskers, was a Quaker who taught school occasion ally and pioneered all the time. The popfs mother lived with him until a few years ago, Joaquin building a cot-' tage for her adjo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 March 1911

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAUCJI 1, 11)11. Off icial Major League BasebaSB . . Schedules For Season 1911 . . National league. DOSTON. At Brooklyn, April 20, 21, 22, 24; July 3, 4-4, 5; Sept. 1, 2; Oct. G. At Now York, April 25, 2C, 27, 18; June 28, 29, 30; July 1; Sept. 4-4; Oct. 7. At Philadelphia, April 29, May 1, a, 3; Juno 23, 24, 2C, 27; Oct. 2, 9 12 ' AtT'Plttsburg, Juno 14, 15 16, 17; July 28, 29, 31, Aug. 1; Sept. 20, 21, 22. At Cincinnati, June 2, 3, 4, 5; Aug. 7, 8, 9; Sept. 27, 28, 30, Oct. 1. At Chicago, June 10, 11, 12, 13; July 24, 25, 2G, 27; Sept. 23, 24, 25. At St. Louis, Juno G, 7, 8, 9; Aug. 2, 3, 5, C; Sept. 16, 17, 18. BROOKLYN. At Boston, April 12, 13, 14; May 26, 27, 29; Aug. 11, 12-12, 14, 15. At New York, April 15, 17, 18, 19; May 30-30, 31; Sept. 7, 8, 9; Cct. 12. At Philadelphia, May 4, 5, 6, 8; Juno 28, 29, 30, July 1; Sept. 11, 12, 13. At Pittsburg, June 10, 12, 13, 19; July 24, 25, 2G, 27; Sept. 23, 25, 26. At Cincinnati, Juno 15, 16, 17, 18; July 28, 29,...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 March 1911

Til, ornuisx, wkuxksuaV, jiauch i, 1011. THE CITIZEN BemMVcekly Founded 11)08; Weekly Founded 18 M. F0HU8KED EVERY WEDNK8DAY AND FRWAY BY THE CITIZEN i'L'llUSlII.NU COMPANY. Kntercu m soeoinl-rlnss mutter, at the Dost oilier. Huncsdule. I'll. K, H. HAIlDKNliHIUUI. - - PRESIDENT .W W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SKtJ'Y J.M.SMUIfZER EDITOR DIRECTORS: 0. II. OORPLINaiiR. M. B.AM.EN. BKNBY WILSON. K. 11. I1AHUENBEB01I, W. W. WOOD. WKDNKSIIAY, MAHCIl 1, 11111. "(JKT-i:lCII-QUICK-AVAljlilN(i-KOItlJS!" Tho country Is tilled with "Uct-rlch-quick schemes." Krom the good old days when you could secure a "wntcli for nothing" by paying 91 for a year's subscription to tbo "Po dunk Register und Kccordcr." "Wbut fools these mortals be," ex claims Puck, and wo uro rather in clined to believe lie knew what ho was talking about. "Get money, no matter how you get it, just ho you get it" is the motto of u largo per centage of tho men and women in this world to-day. And there is u renson for tlds frenzied and f...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 March 1911

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAUCH 1, 1011. rERESTING SOCIAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS - OE3STT--A--"W"OX) - HELP WANTED. FOH RENT Tho storo occupied by Flngg's Clothing House, 863 Main street, Gramhs' Building. The- beat location In Honesdalo. Inquire at tho store. lEtf. VOK KENT. FOK KENT 7 rooms and bath, gas and furnace. G1C Church street. Inquire at house. FOH RENT A ten-room house with all modern Improvements, Includ ing electric lights, situated on River etreet. Inquire of Jacob Demcr, Church street. PIANO TUNING W. R. Lewis, ex pert piano tuner, is at the Hotel Wayne, local and factory references. All work guaranteed. Call, "phone or write. Llir 1 CAN save you money If you are go ing to buy a farm, building lot, dwelling, hotel, summer resort, boarding house or business place. Consult me before closing a deal. M. T. Dorin. 17t2 SAMUEL ,T. W1NT, Piano Tuner, will bo in Honesdale, week begin ning March Cth. 172 von SALE. FOR SALE Eggs for setting sin gle comb White Orphingtons, Kel lerstr...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 March 1911

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1011. Statement -0F- WAYNE COUNTY, 1910. Fred. Saunders, Treasurer, in Account with Wayne County for year ending Jan. 1, 1911. Dtt. Balnnco In hands of Treasurer, Jan. 3, 1910: To county fund 82,100 Mi Road " 33 32 School " 4S2 28 Poor " 409 41 it cmptlon money 418 09 Dog apportion 1,1'ti 31 6,620 .33 To unit, recel. on collectors ccrllllcalcs: County fund Ill) 58 Koad 22. 67 School " 316 60 Poor " 110 67 767 41 To atnt rccd on uusented taxes; County fund 218 57 Iload " S07 97 School " 410 80 Poor " HI 17 1.0V? 61 lb amt. duo on dup. W, '00. '07, 'OS., 511) 09 " duplicate 1909 13,178 f8 " oddfd " 11)09 20 60 " 6 ptrccnt. ndded dup. 1009.. 215 67 Overpaid duplicate 1909..,. 9 95 " duplicate lull) 59,805 14 added duplicate 1910 119 62 to amt, reed, from poor districts... . 213 75 " " Co. portion liq. license. 1,395 60 " (runners " 45 00 " " State treasurer 3,6117 55 " " Auditor Oensrat 600 00 " Commonwealth costs,. 893 17 ' W. L. Ferguson, loan.. 10,(0...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 March 1911

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAKCif 1, 1 11. IN THE REALM " OF FASHION First of the Lingerie Frocks. This charming little frock Is one xrhlch mother or big sister may em broider during the long winter even ings to bo made up later In the Bprlug for n party frock for the little glrL tTlie material may be of linen on a del- SEW DESIGN l'OR BUMSIttll FROCK. Icato shade of pink or blue embroid ered In self tones, though It Is safer to select white for any frock which re quires a great amount of work, as a folor Is apt to fade. A design may be stamped at the needlework depart ment of any of the large stores. The little girl wears n sash of any dainty olor with this little frock with little bows on the sleeves to match. Damask For Shawl Scarfs. Silk damasks are used In the fash ioning of the broad shawl scarfs that tre fashionable. They have the air f having once covered sofas and thalrs of the grand monarch period, are soft and pliable and especially woven for the dressmaker's use. These scar...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 March 1911

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAHOII 1, 1011. - SEVEN BAYS IN WAYNE MAPLEWOOD. Special to THE CITIZEN'. Maplewood, Feb. 23. Mrs. Alba Black visited Scranton relatives the forepart of the week. Many friends of William Sharps gathered at his homo Tuesday even ing and enjoyed ' a song service. Mr. Sharpe Is confined to his bod and is very feeble. Itev. L. II. Yergie leaves soon to attend the nnnual conference at Wil llamsport. Now York parties have been through the country picking up table beeta at $1.75 per barrel. A shortage in the crop causes the heavy demand. G. M. Dlack is home from Scran ton for a week or two. Miss Lee, our popular principal of the graded school, is able to ho out again after a few days' Illness. The Ladies' Aid society of the Methodist church mot at the homo of James Powell last Thursday. The Young Men's Bible Class of the Grace Sunday school met at the homo of Guy Black, Friday evening and studied the lesson. Election of officers for the ensuing year was hold and res...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 March 1911

"WEATHER FORECAST: Snow. WEATHER FORECAST: Snow. al,HE CITIZEN' is tlio most widely rend scml-wcckly newspaper in Wnyno County. Lustier now tlinn at any thno in its 08 years' history. GOOD MORN erst Have Dear Kend all Imd "La Grippe," " py Colds," nza," or "Grip- Winter set? Call tlio in time! 68th YEAR. HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1911. NO. 18 Ctfttett m Jto9 Zmfc "FIFTY YEARS i AGO TO- INSIDE HISTORY OK CONDITIONS LEADING UP TO THE OUT HHEAK OK THE CIVIL WAU OK 01-'(I5 ABRAHAM LINCOLN IXAUG UI t ATE I ) I U E S 1 1) E XT HAIiK A CENTURY AGO THE CAUSE OK SECESSIOX. To-morrow March 4 will be the fiftieth anniversary of the first Inau guration of Abraham Lincoln as President of the United States. The conditions that confronted him were never before or since par alleled In our history. Upon his i election 'In November, 18C0, the j South began measures to carry into , effect Its repeated threats of dis union. The Initiative was talten by South Carolina. On December 20...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 March 1911

THE CITIZEN, F1UDAV, MAItOli 3, ioii. A TEACHER WINS. Chicago Republicans Nao Professor Merriam. HARRISON BY DEMOCRATS. Mayoralty Primary Is Marked by a Murder and Many Minor Disturb ances A Heavy Voto Is Cast by Both Parties. Chicago, March 1. In the primaries to select party nominees for mayor and other city elective officers Alderman Charles E. Merrinni, a professor in the University of Chicago, won the Repub lican mayoralty nomination and Carter II, Harrison, n former mayor, was the Democratic choice. There was nu un usually largo vote, probably because of tlie fact that it was the first primary to name city tickets ever held here. There were many disturbances din ing the day, in one of which Arthur Qtiitin, son of .lames A. Quinu, formerly city scaler and n well known politi cian, shot and killed Itlchard Clark, a union liodcarrler, In North Clark street near West Chicago avenue, after the latter had shot Quinn In the foot. The Hhootlng was the climax of an election row. Quinn ...

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

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1011. ip i nmnnrn onrrn r ft LUniffltn oflrtri , Resolution to Unseat Kliti Probably Will Fail. BREAK IN SENATE LOG JU Supporters of Illinois Senator W Concession From Filibusters For Voto Today Tariff Commis sion Bill Up. Washington, March 1. The deadlock In tho senate was broken ufter 1111 ai snost continuous session of more than thirty hours. Here are the direct re cults of the compromise: First A unanimous consent agree meut by the senate to vote on the I .or Imer case this afternoon, nt which time the resolution to unseat the 1111 oil senator undoubtedly will be voted down. Second. Tho making of the Trill pro posing the creation of a pei-uianem tariff commission the unfinished 'b-usl-ess of the senate nud agreement that o filibuster will bo conducted against a rote on this measure. The Canadian reciprocity situation te tho senate remains unchanged as a result of the breaking of the 'deadlock Jn so far as tho legislative log jam N relieved by the ad...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 March 1911

5 Til. OITMEN, FRIDAY, MARCH .1, 11)11. T U C PTTIVCM I il LL V 1 1 lZyJjvlN louiuiio, jbi-i. roilllBIIED KVERY WKDMiSDAY AND FHIDAV BV TIIK CITIZKN PUHUBllINOCOMrANY. Entered as second-clas9 tnntter, at the post office, lloncsdale. I'a. K. II, HAKDKMiKKOH. - PRKSIDKNT .V V. WOOD, MANAGER AND diCO'Y J.M.SMKLTZKR EDITOR directors: o. n. DoriFLiNar.n. m. ii. allot. UKNRY WILSON. K. n. HARDKNIIERCUt. W, W. WOOD. FRIDAY, MARCH !J, 11)11. MONT. Tho penitential seiuson of the r.Iinrcli year began March 1, Ash Wednesday. Devout worshipers wended their ways to tho sanctuar ies, where learned divines explained to them the tiicnniug of this season of self-denial. After nil It Is good; to go apart from tho whirl of life and rest awhile. It is good for the. Editor of THE CITIZEN: body, better for the mind, nnd best These are days of weather-grumb-for tho soul. lers and fretters. Charles Lamb tells If you were to ask us how best toof a chronic grumbler who always , .. , , . , .,,. I complained a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 March 1911

THE CITIZEN, KIUDAV, JIAKC1I 3, 1011. INTERESTING SOCIAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS - .A- CEi3sra?-.-"W"OE,3D - HE Ll' WANTED. FOR ItENT The store occupied by FJagg's Clothing House, 803 Mnln street, Grambs' Building. The best location In Honcsdale. Inquire at tho store. lGtf. KOK KENT. KOlt KENT 7 rooms and bath, gas and furnace. G16 Church street. Inquire at house. FOR RENT A ten-room house with all modern Improvements, Includ ing electric lights, situated on Itlver street. Inquire of Jacob Demer, 642 Illver street. COMING Dr. Bamet Golden, "Opto metrist," (Eyesight Specialist), of Carbondale, will be at the Allen House, Honcsdale, all day Wednes day, March 8, and at the Park View Hotel, Hawley, all day Thursday, March 9. If It's pertaining to your sight, "See Golden." Home Office: 20 N. Main street, Carbondale. 18t2 I CAN save you money If you are go ing to buy a farm, building lot, dwelling, hotel, summer resort, boarding house or business place. Consult ine before closing a deal. M. P....

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 March 1911

THE U1TIZKN, FRIDAY, MAItCH 3, 1011. SIR EDWARD GREY. Foreign Secretary Approves Bryce's Reciprocity Work. ( London, March 1. The Unionist ui tnck upon the part which Ambassador Bryco had In the United States-Canadian reciprocity negotiations was re newed In the house of commons. The tariff reformers wished Sir Ed ward Grey to Instruct the ambassadors f Great Brltnln at other capitals not to nsslst similar negotiations. This the foreign secretary flatly re fused to promise. In the reciprocity proceedings at Wnshlngton, he said, Hie action of Mr. Bryce had been, he believed, beneficial both to Canada and too United States. REBELS SPARE NO ONE. Appear Unexpectedly, Take Mexican Town and Rob Two Ex-Governors. El Paso, Tex., March 1. As condi tions appear to be clearing near Jua rez, where the railroads have been In terrupted since Jan. 29, tralllc south of Chihuahua Is suffering, and trains are tied up on every division on ac count of burned bridges and destroyed track. Just as the Par...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 March 1911

T1IK CITIZEN, FRIDAY, MAIICH 8, lOli. The Stone Laniern And How It United Two Families By CLARISSA MACK1E Copyrlsht by American Press Asso ciation, 1911. The Japanese servant moved noise lessly about the studio, bringing order ut of the chaos that always followed one of his mnster's busy duys. The priceless oriental rugs were straight ened, the window draperies carefullj adjusted to admit the fading glory of a rellectcd sunset, and Nasogl vanished from the room at the moment Ethan Stanley entered from the adjoining bedchambor. The young man surveyed the luxuri ous appointments of the studio with a discontented frown on his handsome face. With knitted brows he crossed iho room to the easel where his last picture was hidden by a curtain. Presently ho dropped the curtain and turned to find the Japanese standing at attention In the doorway. "What Is it, Nasogl?" asked Stanley. "The telephone calls, sir," replied tho man. "Who is it?" "Sir. Clayton, Blr." "Ah, how are you, Bob?" Stanley ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 March 1911

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, MAP.CH it, 1011. - SEVEN DAYS IN WAYNE - CALKINS. I Special to THE CITIZEN. Labor GraiiHo Number tOUfl. CALKINS, I'll., March li. Our members are doing some bustling. Since the beginning of the new year wo have taken In fourteen new mem bers and have two applications on fllo. We nre going to try nnd hold tho banner another quarter. On Saturday evening, February 25, a Jolly slelghload of Welcome Grnngors composed of the following, Mr. and Mrs. William Garrett, Mr. nnd Mrs. H. n. Mltchel, H. J. Beem er, Wm. Hicks, Fred Hartman Misses Martha Beemer, Anna Hart man, Clntha Hicks, spent the even ing with our Grange. Brother C. H. Allen very ably recited the "Editor's Desk," which was received with great applause. Much credit Is due our Worthy Lecturer for the arrangements of the literary programmes. LOOKOUT. Special to THE CITIZEN. LOOKOUT, Pa., March 2.--Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Clauson, Honesdale, spent Saturday night and Sunday at E. Teeplo's. C. I. Hopkins and family, R...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 March 1911

WEATHER FORECAST: Snow. WEATHER FORECAST: Snow. THE CITIZEN is tho most widely rend scml-weckly nowspnper In Wnyno County. Lustier now than nt nny time in its 08 years' hlsitory'. mllE CITIZEN Is Wnj i iys I'onuinr ;i Medium, Because It Tho Homes Of 1 Need Wo Say Moro? 68th YEAR. HONESDALB, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1911. ;'"-Coun- I iM NO. 19 IP REIGN OF LAW Ml COUNTY! "PEACE AND ORDER PREVAILS THHOUGII IIEK BORDERS," SAYS JUDGE A. T. SEARLE, IN CHARGING THE MARCH GHAND JURY NO INDICTMENTS THIS TERM. March term of Wayne county court was convened Monday at 2 p. m., Judge A. T. Searle presiding. The constables returns were called, all the officers responding except M. IL Cobb, Gouldsboro, Lehigh town ehlp. Tho constable from Manches ter township reported that the sign boards were "partly-up" In his dis trict. Constables from Paupack and Canaan townships 'reported several Impassable roads. The roll of grand Jurors was then called, all nppearing save these four Who were excus...

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