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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 October 1908

ttt Scml-Weckly Founded Wayne County Organ of the REPUBLICAN PARTY 1908 Weekly Founded, 1844 i 65th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1908. NO. 23 r mm sun. I Country Safe No Matter Who Is Made President. COLONEL HUGHES OPTIMISTIC. Ib Addressing liaaariers' Cobtcb tio&Ia Denver He Declares Caa pfuga Contributioas Oaght to Be. Pablishcd. Denver, Sept 30. The day's session of the conrcutlou of the American Bankers association was devoted to the meeting of the trust company sec tion of the association at the Brown ralnce hotel. The programme included addresses of welcome by Governor ifonry A. Buchtel of Colorado and Colonel William EL Hughes, president of the Continental Trust company of Denver: the reply of Philip S. Babcock, president of the trust company section. and his annual address. William E. Ilughes In his speech of welcome congratulated the assembly that It was In no sense partisan. It was a truth apparent to all. he said, that tfierc Is a great moral awa...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 October 1908

THE CITIZEN. roausnKD ktebt wedxksdat axd miDAT Br tor cmzEX rcBMsunca commst. w. w. wood. MANAtSKK REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATIONAL. FOR rnKBIDKXT. WILLIAM IIOWAUn TA FT, of Ohio. FOB VICE TRESIPENT. JAMKS S. SHERMAN, of New York. TOR ELECTORS AT UKROE. MORRIS L. CLOTHIKK. of Philadelphia. UKNJAMIN V. JUNKS, at 1'Ittslmrs. FOR DISTRICT ELECTORS. DI8T. DIRT. l-Jonnliurt I7-W. S. Settle S-H. A. Davis lH-Kobt, C. Neat. Sr. 3- K. T. Chandler 19-J. C. Stlneman 4- K. A. lilmbcl a) Thomas Shipley 5- K. W. ratton 2I-W. K. Keynolds S-G.J. Klliott 22-A. W. McCtillough 7- U. U. Hatiel 2t-J. T. Kogors 8 J. D. Abbott 21-JmlgeJ. K. Taylor K J.N. 1. Uausman 25 J. K. Downing 10-Col. R.A. Phillips gB-ilermau Simon U-J. L. Newell Z7-T. T. Wilson U-John Mathlas at-P.U. Koss U-A. H. Miller 29-U. V. Sbultz U-W. T. McCabc 30-O. A. Kabcock 15- Geo. W. Williams 31-A. 1C Peacock 16 D. J. Waller. Jr. 3a 11. L. Wiliams STATE. TOR JUDGE or BITERIOR COURT. WM. D. PORTER, of Allegheny. DISTRICT. FOR CONC1RESS, CHARL...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 October 1908

t CENT A WORD COLUMN; K 1 WATTRT1 A Qtpnnirrnnhpr with n knnwl- vueuui iuuKnix'luii; xiiiiuiiu Vsiur.i'ii mine. ... 1 ..i. T. ..I till ..111.... LOST. Wednesday, on the llonesdale fair grounds, n pockctbook containing n smnll amount of cash. In bills, a check for $12., mid other valuable papers to the owner. Pay ment has been stopped on the check. The finder may retain the cash If he will return the vocketbook anil other contents to the "Jou mil." l'cckvllle. Ia. lw WAYNE FARM ADKNCY.-H you have ny farm property or realty of any kind, you ..... hw.lnl..a.i.llt.il. thui nt nner n.i.l ttmtuirfv nny can i will ll beiulvertlsed through the bulled Stales. semi mr circular. WAYNK FARM AdUXCY, Honcsdnle. I'a. Hit I APPLES WANTED. Second grade apples will be loaded for ten days, comment-jug Thursday, Sept. ifltli. at l.uku Ariel station switch. KIS'lV Ml lllttlS. 2U4 WiVTiriii ci.iinltut- lii nvprv vnshln. Good pay for the right party, Inquire ("IT1 ZKX liKKIIMC. itttf MISS HARDENRKKUH. of ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 October 1908

mm Original. la tho days when Mexico was in a Chronic etato of revolution Stgnor Her rero lived on his hacienda doing his boat to avoid being entangled In any of tho various Btrlfes that succeeded ooo another for tho possession of tho government, for to bo on the wrong pldo meant death. Dona Marina, Her turn's eldest daughter, was courted by Blgnor Juan Bustaniejite, n neighbor ing ljQelenda owner who had done a great deal to establish tho government then in power. He was more than twlco Marina's age and was especially dlsagreeablo to her. But she was urged by her family to accept him on the ground that If she declined him be might seek revenge by Impugning her father's loyalty to the government. But Dona Marina loved Phlllppo Mendoza, tho son of a neighboring planter. Urged to give him up for Bustamentc, through fear sho consent ed, but not for long. Sho confessed to Bustamentc her love for Mendoza nnd bogged him to release her. Ho did so at once, with many expressions of grief and...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 October 1908

ttaeti Semi-Weekly Founded 1 1908 J Weekly Founded, 1844 I Wayne County Organ of the REPUBLICAN PARTY 65th YEAR. HONE SD ALB, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1908. NO. 24 ittr V, 41 T . FLEETS OF AIRSHIPS. British War Balloon Expert Says Time For Them I Near. In the oplulou of Colonel Jnmca Totnpler, former superintendent of the balloon' factor' of the British nrmy nt AJdcrshot, who tulked at the Waldorf hotel in New fork thu other night ou military aeronautics, it will be only a comparatively short time when the .'tiulted. States ami other countries will have large fleets of large dirigible bal loons for emergencies of war. The colonel went to New York nftcr witnessing the tests of Captain Thom as S. Baldwin's war balloon nt Fet Myor. Va. He said countries like the United States and England, Instead of having only two or three little dirigi bles, carrying two or threo men ench, would ultimately be content with noth ing less than several hundred war bal loons. "f -as delighted...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 October 1908

THE CITIZEN. rUUMBIIKD KVKRY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY DY THE CITIZEN rUllUBIIINO COMPANY W. W. WOOD. MANAUKIt HBPUBLICAW TICKET. NATIONAL. FOR I'RESIDENT. WILLIAM JIOWAUO TA IT, of Ohio. FOR VICE I'RESIDENT, JAMKS 8. HIIKHMAK, of New York. FOR EI.ECTOKH AT I.ARGK, MOKIUS I.. CI.OT1IIKH, of Philadelphia, BENJAMIN K. JONKS. of I'lttslmrs. FOR DISTRICT EI.ECTORK, DI8T. 1 John Hurt t-H. A. Diivls 3- K.T. Chandler 4- IC. A. (limhol 5- K. W. Putton 6- U. J. Klllott 7- Q. O. Hatzel H-.1: 1). Atlhott MKT. 17 W. H. Settle 18 ltubt. C. Neal. Sr. 19 .T. ('. Stltieinan a) ThoiniiH Shipley 21-W. Reynolds ia-A. V. JUCulloiiRli !!-.!. T. ICoL'ers 21-juili;cJ. Taylor J-J. N. P. Bailsman 2j-.I. F. DowmIiil' 10-Vol. R. A. l'hllllps -Heriiian Simon H-J; I.. Newell U7-T. T. Wilson 12- John Mathlas 1M-1 C. 1 toss 13- A. 11. Miller iS-O. C. Shultz 14- W. T. McCabe 30-O. A. Itabeock 15- Ueo. W. Williams 31-A. K. Peacock 18 D. J. Waller. Jr. 3211. 1.. Willains STATK. FOR JUDGE OF HUrERIOR COURT, . WM. 1). POKT...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 October 1908

I MMJSiyMiltMyMylMMyvilvlMVtyMlMJMMJMM I llOOMSTOHKNT. Bprlng St. K. M. Dorln, No. 1327 WAYNE PAKM AOKNCV.-If yon have any farm property or realty of any Kind, you can register with us free of cost, and property will be advertised throughthe united States. Bend for circular. . . WAVNK FAHM AflENCY. Honesdale. l'a. atf APPLES WANTED. Second crade apples will be loaded for ten days, comniciichiK Thursday. Sept. iMtta. at-1, switch. KlSTI.EK HHOS. ' i.UKe Ariel siaiion Zlll WANTED. A solicitor In every towiislilp. GixkI pay for the right party. ZEN OFFICE. impure ij- atf MISS HAltDENllEIMlIt. of Scrnnton. tcucjicrot piano, theory and slcbt-readliii.'. Private and class lessons. Fridays and Sat urdays In Honesdale. local News. The 143d N. Y. Volunteers will hold their annual re-union at Ellenville, N. Y., on Tuesday, Oct. 13th. Wayne coun ty had over twenty men in this regiment, najnly from Buckingham and Manches ter townships. . Joseph King's New York company in a grand revival of "Eas...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 October 1908

W1' Discovery Orlglnar.j LnBt summer I went to the Benshono with a party of young people, my Inti mate friends. Among thoin was Vlt glna McGrcgon, for whom 1 had long had n fnncy. I did not consider my self good enough for Virginia, and nioro was n fellow about her all the whllo with whom she seemed espe cially pleased. At least whenever I saw them together she looked at him with her big eyes In a way she never looked at any other man, certainly not at me. One morning at the bathing houso we all went down to the bench for a bath. Virginia had on a pretty simile of brown mohair that suited exactly the tint of her Titian hair. She cer tainly looked entrancing, and I couldn't keep my eyes off her. She didn't np pear to notice my admiration, and 1 fancied that, being absorbed In thought with the other fellow, she was not likely to notice any ndmlrutiou but his. There was one thing about her that at tracted my especial attention. About her neck was a gold chain to which hung a tiny brass...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 October 1908

Semi-Weekly Founded Wayne County Organ 1908 of the Weekly Founded, 1844 $ REPUBLICAN PARTY 65th YEAR. HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1908. NO. 25 HASKELL IS NOT THE ONLY BURDEN Bryan -Handicapped by Kerr's Corporation Connections. 6UFFEY MEN NOW LAUGHING With the Oklahoma Steam Roller Ma. chlnlst In Disrepute and the New National Committeeman Frtt.'n This State Uncovered, the Pittsburg Col f onel Seems to Have Had His Re venge. Special Correspondence. Now York, Oct. 6. Pennsylvanlans, both Republicans and Democrats, will bo Interested In disclosures made by a corn qondent of tho Now York Sun regarding tho corporation connections of Bryan's In timate friend, James Kerr, of Clear field, Pa., whom he catapaulted Into ( the Democratic national committee at Denver after the Haskell steam roller, at Bryan's direction, had crushed out Colonel James M. Guffey, who had not only subscribed many thousands of dollars to Bryan's campaign funds, but also furnished free of cost th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 October 1908

THE CITIZEN. PUBLISHED EVERY WKDNESHAY AND FRIDAY 11V .THE CITIZEN PUIILISIIINQ COMPANY. W. W. WOOD, MANAUKK REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATIONAL. FOR PRESIDENT, WILLIAM HOWAllU TAKT. of Ohio. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, JAMES S. 3HKUMAN. of New York. FOR ELECTORS AT LAROE, MOItltIS L. CLOTHIKH, of Philadelphia, IJKNJAMIN Y. JONKS.of l'lttsnurs. FOR DISTRICT ELECTORS, DI8T. 1- John Hurt 2- 1 1. A. Davis 3- F.T. Chandler 4- K. A.dlmbel 5- K. W. l'atton Klliott DIRT. 17-W. S. Settle lK-lioht. (!. Ncal. Sr. 1!I-J. V. Sttnem.'iu JO Thomas Shipley 21 W. K. Heynolds 22- A. W. Mcl'illloueh 7-U. U. Jliltzcl 23 .1. T. llosers 8 J. I). Abbott 24-JtulceJ. K. Tuylor B J. N. I". llausman 25-J. K. Downlns lU-Col. It. A. Phillips 2t!-Hermun Simon 11- J. L. Newell 27-T. T. Wilson 12- John Mathlas 2S-P. C. ltoss 13- A. H. Miller iS-O. C. Shultz 14- W. T. McCabe 3U-(). A. llabcock 15- (ieo. W. Williams 31-A. It. Peacock Hi D.J. Waller. Jr. 32-H. L. Wlllams STATE. FOR JUDGE OF SUPERIOR COURT, WM. D. POKTEIt. of Allegh...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 October 1908

!ei8ieiSIGjOf98 I'.l. CENT A WORD COLUMN WAYXK KAltM AtlKNCY. If von have I any farm proiwrly or realty ofanyklnil.yoiti can reclstcr with ns free of cost. and property ' Snd'flirmii'iV1 Uum-h ""' l'l,1,t,,, sillt("'- J WAYXK KAItM AdKXCY. llonosdale. Pa. ! APTI.KS WANTint.-SccoiKl crude mtiilcs will Ih lu.iilcl fur ten days, t-oninifiirliis Thursday. Scml. .'Ith, nt I.:iki' Ariel station switch. KISTi.HI! IlliOS. 2114 WANTK1V -A solicitor In every Inwiflill'. Oood piiy for the rlulit 'AKS ul-'l'IHi. iKiriy. inquires i 1 i- I MISS HAKHKNIlUlKill. or Simnton. teacher of piano, theory and slyht-rcndlii!.'. l'rlvnte n tit I class lessons. I'rldays and Sal unlays in llonesilale. LOCAL NEWS. Yom Kippur, or the Day of Atone ment, began at ( o'clock last Sunday evening among the faithful Jew s all over the world, and was observed until six o'clock on Monday evening. The day is the celebration of the greatest and most sacred festival in the Jewish calendar, nnd in its observance the places ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 October 1908

ANDREWS PUTS LIFE IN THE FIGHT Pennsylvania Republicans Busy Ail Along the Line, MANY MEETINGS SCHEDULED Capital and Labor Concerned Over the Situation and Will Co-operate to Bring About the Election of Taft and the Full Ticket of His Party, Locally, and In the State and Na tlon. Special Correspondence. Philadelphia, Oct 6. There have been very busy times about tho Republican state headquar ters during tho last week. Colonel Wesley H. Andrews, chair man of the state committee, has been almost overwhelmed with callers from the different counties, caper to con tribute towards the success of tho ticket. He has been In touch with the county chairman, and his reports all Indicate that thcro will bo a very satisfactory outcome of the campaign. He has arranged for a number of speakers of national prominence to come Into Pennsylvania during tho closing days of the canvass, and there is no doubt that thcro will be an en thusiastic wind-up of the campaign. Vice President Fairbanks, Leslie M. ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 October 1908

Eit ii- c i i; i.i., c & Wayne County Organ 1908 g$ or me Weekly Founded, 1844 REPUBLICAN PARTY 65th YEAR. HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1908. NO. 26 R ... BURSTSJB MIDAIR; Balloon In Race Drops With, Men Clinging to It. TWO NARROWLY MISS DEATH. Accident Thrills Thousands Gath ered Near Berlin to Witness the Annual Contest For the Bennett Gup. Berlin, Oct. 12. The International 1 balloon nice, which started from 1 Sehinnrgeiidorf. was the occasion of n thrilling accident, two American aero nauts having n miraculous escape from from death. The American lmlloon Conqueror, the only American built craft In the eon-1 test, having on hoard A. Holland Forbes and Augustus Post, less than two minutes after the start, burst at nn altitude of 4.000 feet. For 2.000 feet It shot down like a bullet, the nor-1 onauts clinging to the overhead ring. 1 and then the torn silk spread out the ' parachute, and the rapidity of the de scent was checked. Coining close to the earth,...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 October 1908

THE CITIZEN. rUm.IflllED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY 1IY THE CITIZEN PURMSHINU COMPANY. W. W. WOOD, MANAOKK EEPUBLICAW TICKET. NATIONAL. FOR PRESIDENT. WILLIAM HOWAUI) TA FT, of Ohio. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, JAM US S. SH HUMAN, of New York. FOR ELECTOR H AT I.ARdK, MOKRIB L. CLOTHIKIt, of Philadelphia, JIKNJAMIN K. JONF.S, of Pittsburg. STATU. FOR JIIDUE OF SUPERIOR COURT, WM. n. 1'OKTKIt. of AilcKheny. niSTHH'T. FOR CONORESS, CHAIILKS !. PRATT, of Susquehanna. FOR STATE SENATOR, ' SAMUEL W. HCFFOKI). of Carbon. COUNTY. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, W. K. PKKHAM.of Mount Pleasant. FOR SHERIFF, M. LEE HHAMAN, of Honesdale. FOR PROTIIONOTARY, KTC. WALLACE J. HAHNHS, of Ilerlln. FOR REGISTER AND RECORDER, ALFKEDO. IJLAKE, of lii'tbany. FOR COUNTY COM.MISSIO.NKIIS, J. K. HOKNHF.CK. of Knulmiiik. THOMAS 0. MADDEN, of Dreher. FOR COUNTY AUDITORS. AKTHUKW. LAKHAIiKE.of Starucca. W. lSHOCK LKSHKlt, of Sterling. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY, MYRON K. SIMONS, of Honesdale. G. O. P. There are nearly 3,200 Repub lic...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 October 1908

CENT A WORD COLUMN !BI)0I!III9I FOK SALE Oil VOn UKNT.-DwellhiB bouse, corner of Court .and Klghth streets. In quire of II. Z. Husscll. WANTED. Men and women, us Smooth ers, at the Wnync Cut Glass factory. WE WILL II AVE a car of round, white po tatoes on track, Friday, Oct, 111. WOS. I. A. Cortrlght & Son. 2(itl WE A UK NOW taking In wlnteraiiplcsimd cider apples highest cash price paid for same. C. A. Cortrlght. WANTED.-Succcss Magazine rj.pilrcs the services of a man In Honesdale to look after expiring subscriptions and to secure new business by means of special methods un usually elfectlve: position permanent: prefer one with experience, but would consider any applicant with pood natural ciuulitlcations: salary $1.00 per day, with commission option. Address, with references. It. C. .Peacock.. Hooni lOi.Snccess Magazine bids, New ork WAYNE FARM AUENCY.-If you have any farm properly or realty of any kind, you can register wlthusfree of cost, and property will be advertised thr...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 October 1908

Tte SPORTING WORLD Captain Walder, Line Breaker. In hitting tho lino, dofonslvo work and In puutlug there nro few men on tho gridiron today who hnvo anything on Captain Gcorgo Walder of tho Cor noll football tenm. For sevcrnl years Walder has been the man to swing tho heavy attack of the Ithacnns. l'ho Cornell lino this season seems to present tho greatest difficulties. It has been sonio seasons since tho conches havo been found with quite such n problem. In tho Inst thrco years at Vcast Cornell has hnd some pretty Kood ' Z" OUOKOH WALUKn, OAITAIN OP THE COK NELL l'OOTDALIi TEAM. men from end to end. Last year In particular tho line was very strong, and tho contrast between present con ditions and those in tho years just gone by Is marked. But Captain Walder Is certainly ready for u hard year, and he will get one. With an uncertain team at his back, it will bo up to tho great full back to do more than over before and by his dashing play to cheer on his associates. Thlo Lfoks Impoasl...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 October 1908

VJ909 Semi-Weekly Founded 5 Wayne County Organ 1908 Weekly Founded, 1844 I of the I REPUBLICAN PARTY 65th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1908. NO. 27 BALLOON IN SEA 8 Aeronauts Saved by Crew of Passing Steamship. MORE ILL LUCK FOR RACERS. Accident Happens to the St. Louis, One of the Three American Entries In the Inter national Contest. Berlin, Oct. 14. The second of th& three American balloons that started In the race for the International trophy from Schmnrgcndurf has met disaster In the North sea. The St. Kinds, manned by N. II. Arnold of North Ad urns, Mass., and Harry J. How.ltt, was carried overland by treacherous air currents, and later In the ha.e the aeronauts lost their hearings until sud denly they saw the. guard lights of an unknown coast. This meant that they must descend or risk the danger of being driven far out of the track of vessels. They chose the former course, and for an hour they were buffeted by the waves, almost giving up In despair....

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 October 1908

THE CITIZEN. rUIILISIIKD KVKUY WKDNKSPAY AND FRIDAY nY THE CITI.HN I'Ullt.lHIIIMI COMPANY. Kntcrcd ns sproml-clnss matter, nt the post oltlro, llonosilalo, l'n. StllJROHII'TION: $1.50 A YKAIl, IN APVANCK k. it. iiAiti)i:Nin:it(!ii. - - 1'unrtinnNT V. V. WO(tl). - - MANAOUK ASM) SKC'Y DllilXTtiim: c. li. noitri.iNiit:it. m. 11. ai.i.i:n. iii:.nry wii.son. i:. 11. li mmii:mikii(iii. W. V. WOIII). REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATlo.VAI,. roil mii:sii):nt, WIM.IAM IIOWA lilt TA1T. ot Ohio. rou vici: i'iii:snn:.NT, JAMKSS. SIIKIiMAX. ot New York. STATU. for .iiiniir. or fit'riiitlon coi'itr. V.t. 1). l'OUTUIt. ot Allosliftiy. DISTKHT. FOI! I'ONdUl'.SM, U1IA.KI.KK C. 11! ATT, ot SiiMHii'lmimn. . . .. Foil STATU Si:N UOH. SA.MUUI, V. llOI'KOItD.otCiirlion. COUNTY. I'Olt IlKI'ItKSKNTATlVi:, V. K. rivlllIAM.of Mount l'lcasunl. ' ' " ' FOIl SlllllllFF, iM. l,KK Iili..M.iN, Ol IIOMl'SUIIIC. Foil PP.OTMONOTAKY. inO.. i WAIXACK.T. liAISNUS, of liorlln. foii ui:iiKTi:it ani in 'oi!in:ii, AI,KI!H1) (). Itl....

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 October 1908

ICENT A WORD COLUMN 1 ft u iK "WK itAVK a lhree assortment of ladder's on hand for apple picking. (1. Watts. 1T7 t:i FOR BALE Oil Mil llENT.-Iiwelllmr house, corner of Court and Kichth streets. In quire Of II, Z. IlllSSUll. WANTED. Men and women, ns Smooth-era-, lit the Wayne Cut (lluss factory. WE AUK NOW taklnt: In winter apples and cider .upplcs-hlchest cash price paid for same. 0. A. Cort right. WANTED.-Hucccss Magazine requires the services of a man In lloncsdale to took after expiring subseilptions and to secure, new business by means of special methods un usually effective: position permanent: prefer one with c.MiM-lence but would consider any applicant with Rood natural miaiiiHiuitiiis suiarvii J1.&0 per day, with commission option. r.,iri. .a it. (' Peacock.. Address, Koom IifiSuecess Magazine bids, New York WAYNE FA11M AUENCY.-If you have any farm property or realty of any kind, you can register with us free of eost.niid property will be advertised through the United S...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 16 October 1908

LABOR ABROAD IS SUFFERING SADLY industrial Depression World Wide, But is Passing Here, AMERICAN OUTLOOK IS BRIGHT While Manufacturing Establishments In the United States Are Increasing Their Payrolls, Distress Among the Unemployed Prevails Throughout Great Britain and the European Con tinent. Special Correspondence New York, Oct. 13. That the recent financial panic from which the United States Is now re covering was not the result of local conditions is Indicated by the fact that a severe business and industrial depression for months has prevailed throughout the world. The United States has suffered less than any other country. In fact, the situation In this country is not to be compared tn that abroad. Official reports recently received by the department of commerce and labur furnish an accurate index to the busi ness conditions of foreign countries. Those reports Ehow that the imports into the United Kingdom for home consumption and the exports of do mestic manufacture have declin...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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