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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 March 1910

v. ao j- K jc tc if o r it & r & ir jc k Semi-Weekly Founded 1908 J Weekly Founded. 1844 so j j j wt jt t j: ji J jo k1 jo so sr jv jr k tA Wayne County Organ ' of the REPUBIg&N PARTY i - kr t J :. o : 6 7th YEAR. HONfiSDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1910. NO. 17 THIS WEATHER Tlio wenthcr for Wednesday will bo colder; with light Turlablo winds. ttticti iisF mm for ARB1TRAI10 Philadelphia Turns on Traction Company. FEARS BIG STRIKE. Banks and Merchants Bring Pressure to Bear. POLITICIANS ASKCD TO AID. Philadelphia, March 1. As every i hour brings neorer tliu time fixed for I the general strike of 12."i,000 workmen ' in sympathy with the striking motor- men nnd eonductors of the I'hlladel- phlu Rapid Transit company business mnri are tnk-Inr tlin nlnrm. .m1 scores men are Inking the nlarm, and scores of organizations liave 'appealed to the mayor nnd elty councils to endeavor to bring about arbitration of the matters In dispute between the company and Its men. 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. — 2 March 1910

ms omnrt wkdnksday, mahch 2, 1010. MILLIONAIRE GALLS COLLEGES SWINDLE Chicngonn Writes a Book Declar ing They Do Not Make Either Brains or Ability 8100,000,000 YEARLY WASTED Crane Thinks It a nit Strange that It Never Has Occurred to These Smart College Professors to Go Into Busi ness for Themselves. Chicago. Richard T. Crano. father of Charles R. Crane, who was recalled as Minister to China before ho waa fairly started on his way, has publish ed at his own expense a book frankly telliiiB Just what he thinks of profes sional educators and their institutions. Mr. Crane, who Is a large manufac turer and a multi-millionaire, began life as n poor boy and never had the advantages of education. Crana charges that the millions spent annu ally on universities are swallowed up In one of the most glgBUtic "swindles" of the age. Here ato a few of his views- "College professors and teachers are prepared to give advice on all subjects. As 52.000 a year teachers the" tell us how to turn out $5,00...

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 March 1910

THM ClTIHHiV, V;i:iXHSI)AY, MAKCII 2, J010. ALAS! FOR FAME OF FOREFATHERS John Hancock a Smuggler and a Defaulter; Postmaster Benj. Franklin Robbed the Mails SAM'L ADAMS A DAD MAN. TOO Historian Writes Book In Which He Sneers at the Heroes of the Revolu tlon Patriots of 76 are Knocked from Pedestal by 8tark. Boston, Mass. J.imoa Henrj Stark of Iloston has written a hook called "Tho Loyalists of Massachusetts and the Othor Sldo of tho American Revo lution", which rofcrs to Samuel Adams and John Hancock aB default its and thieves, and classes other Revolutionary heroes ub "ne'er do wells," "degenerates," and "looters and betrayers of public trusts." Tho book contains fiOO pases and the Btatomont that In Virginia the Kevoluntlonary movement of poor whlto trash, or "Crackers," led by Patrick Henry, was against the plant er aristocracy. It was only very de liberately, Mr. Stark says, that Wash ington Identified himself with the "dts unionlst" cause. As for Patrick Henry. Mr. Stark de cla...

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 March 1910

rilK CITIZKN, M'KDNKSDAY, MAHCII t!, 1010. THE CITIZEN rUBLIOHKI) KVKKT WKI)NF8I)AY AND FRIDAY T TIIK CITIZKJ! rUllLlBIIINO COMPANY. CtitereU as sccoiul-clnss matter, at tlicpost otUce. lloncsdalc. I'n. SUBSCRIPTION 1.00 K. B. HAKDKNIIKKOII. - l'ltHSIDHNT W. V. WOOD. - - MANAOKU AND SKC'Y Dir.tcrons: 0. It. DOKFLINUKK. M. li. AM.KN. HUtKY WlI.bON. V.. 11. IIARDEXIIKIMII. W. W. HOOU. WKDNICSDAY, MAItOH 1!, 1010. Encournge your dnughtor In lior chosen vocation. It may be her life work. No matter how small a sin Is, ex amine its tracks nnil you will And thnt they point straight toward the! pit. ' Hoys, hind togothor your spare hours by tho cord df aoino dollntte ' purpose, and you know not how i much you may accomplish. Gather j up the fragments of your time, that nothing may bo lost. ' Now that tno primaries for selec-1 tlon of nominees to Congross .will soon be at hand, the papers aro be ing requested to give free notices of the wonderful efforts, which Con gressmen looking for re-no...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 March 1910

TIIK CITIZEN, WKDXK8DAY, MAKCII a, 1010. A WORD COLUMN! WAN'TKl) To rent a farm nenr Honesdale. Address 13. L Hox K, Honesdale. It VOll HUNT First floor of house Ko. 1227, Dyherry Place, to small family. Inqulro of Mrs. II. Wilson, 307 Fifteenth street. LOCAL MENTION. lamb. Lot's March eanio in like a Will sho go out like a Hon? all hope that Bhu will not. - -The hearing In C C. Sliinn bankruptcy case will take place In W. W. Lee's office, referee In bank ruptcy, on March 2. On Thursday last Mrs. .lotin D. West on cntf rtained a party of sixteen to a slt'lKli-ride and dinner at L. O. Mumford's at Dyberry. 'i!k from Harford Dairy Com rn,iy'8 plant has been shut out of Nets York City market owing to tho fart that a case of scarlet fever oxlBts in tho family of the Superintendent. Arthur O'Conner. of Goshen, fuinuTly of Hawloy, was taken seri ously ill at Ills cut glass factory in Oorhcn. and was romoved to IiIb home He is at last accounts seri ously 111. The Auto Transportation t'o. o...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 March 1910

T1IH CIT1KKN, WKDNKSDAY, MAHCII 2, 1010. Statement of Finances OF WAYNE COUNTY 1909. Fred Saunders, Treasurer, in Account with Wayne County for year ending Jnn. 3, 1910. int. j Balance In Iho hands of tlio Treasurer, .Inn. 4, 1 W.I, us follow : To county f iind 82,395 60 Road 7U1 CO ' School " 832 til I l'ixr " 478 42 ' Dos " 578 (IS , Redemption money 118 ti9 5.402 15 To ami. reed, on collectors' certificates: I I'ounly ftiml 210 81 lto.nl " 153 70 Hcliool " 288 87 Poor " IM 61 71) 63 To nmL. reeilOn undented: ' County lund 2S 22 Road " 16 ID School " 87 20 Poor " 5 65- 167 SO To Bint, due on dlip 1P02-6-7 308 00 " duplicate 1TOS 13,9I) 42 added diiplli-ate 1008.... 75 39 5 per cent nddert duo IPOS 190 III overpaid duplicate lw)S. . fl 15 refunded lft8 2 01 dupllciiteltW Sl.llsi 07 added duplicate 1909 183 67 To ntnt, reed, from poor districts. ... 591 3S " " Auditor Gen'l, bounties 1,712 2.1 " " Co. portion lit) license.. 1,455 Oil ' " " gunners " Moo ' " 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. — 2 March 1910

cm cmnv, Wednesday, march 2, 1010. n. AND u. o cc rccrtiki 2, ULL IVCt.rilJVJ STINGS DEFIED. New Devlco Makes Swarming of Beet a Safe Operation. Tlwo wns when n man who swarm ed bees was what the accident lnsur anco companies would call an extra hazardous risk. His complexion ro soinbled an undertone beefsteak nnd ho felt slighted If he finished the Job without netting stung. Hut along comes an Ohio man and invents a Bwarm-catchor that reduces tlio risk Slide Shuts the Bees In. of the operation to a minimum and enables any ordinary deft poreon to carry off the trick. In appearance the swarm-catcher resembles a mega phone, being a conical device with a handle at the pointed end and made of slats. One of these slatt. is mova ble and can be slid up a short dis tance to form an opening, like tho opening in a hive. When tho bees have been collected in the device the elide can be pushed shut and kept closed until it is de.Mred to liberate the insects within. It needs little argument to co...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 March 1910

ttlK CITIZEN, WKDN'USDAY, MARCH 2, 1010. Till! MOST KT.LI AHT I! MliDU'M FOR spreading inform USWICK & LAKEVILLE There was no service In tho M. E. church at tills place on Sunday morning on account of the quarter ly meeting at the M. E. church nt Arlington at 2:30 p. in. Itcv. Boyco of Salem, assisted by Rev. II. T. Purklss, of Lakevllle, conducted the service. The Ladles' Aid society of this place will meet at the parsonage nt Lakevllle on Wednesday, March 2nd for the purpose of electing olllcers for the coming year. Mr. .1 M. Klchtcr of Uswick, ex changed his property In Xew York City for Mr. Young's farm, known ns the Frank White place, near Lakevllle on Wednesday. February 23 rd. .Mr. Schleupncr and Mr. Young and Mr. and Mrs. Hichter made a business trip to Hoiiesdale last week Wednesday. Mr. A Goble of Lnkeville. went to Honcsdalo on Thursday. Mr Frank Purdy of Scelyville, visited Mr. C. W. Ponnell nt Us- wlck, on Wednesday evening and spent the night there. On Thursday I t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 March 1910

THK WISATIIKH For Friday, fair, moderate temperatures with light westerly winds anil Saturday colder. t jo iC if ff 0 S" K i? JO .- jT K" K K" Semi-Weekly Founded v V. 1900 J Weekly Founded, 1844 ' tt t n & : ji wt & W S J K lO jf S1 K" K S S' i 1 K line County Organ "5 of the fUBLICAN PARTY M & s j . x t . 5 h 67th YEAR. HONSSDALB, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1910. NO. 18 Cttoett W1C JOHN ds NGlrgiuioi IB DEFIED! CHARITY PLAN Rockefeller to Give More Millions. TO HELP HUMANITY Bill In Congress to Create' "Foundation." PHILANTHROPY ON GREAT SCALE ROCKEFELLER'S GIFTS TO DATE. $121,309,662. General education hoard. . .jr.S.OCKXOiiO University of ChlcaKO . Rush Medical college ti.UOO.0'10 Churches (known) 3.100.000 Missions (known) 2.3oO.(oO Baptist foreign missionary fund 2.000.UK) Cure of hookworm disease. 1.O00.O0O Harvard university 1.000,000 Baptist Educational society 1,000,000 Yalo university 1.000,000 Juvenile reformatories I,0u0,000 Cleveland city parks 1,000,...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 March 1910

T1IK UITIZHN, ritlDAV, MAItCIl I, 1010. FDR HE TAX. Senntf r Root Takes Issue With Governor Hughes. WANTS AMENDMENT PASSED. In Letter Read to New York Lc&is lature He Urges That Measure Gives No New Federal Taxing Power. Albany. X. Y.. Mnrch 1. A letter from United States Senator Klihu Knot to State Senator Frederick M Pnvenport taking lssuo with Governor IIukIics on the Toft federnl Income tax wns read In both houses of the legislature. The report wns rcferreil to the Judiciary committee of both houf.es. In his letter Mr. Hoot wild: "Much as 1 respect tho opinion of the governor of the state, 1 cannot agree with the view expressed In his special message, and us I advocated In the senate the resolution to submit the proposed amendment it seems ap propriate that 1 should state my view of Its effect. "The objection mndo to the amend ment Is that It will confer upon the national government the power to tax Incomes derived from bonds Issued by the states or under the authority of th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 March 1910

TI1K CITlZHJf, Kill DAY, MAUCH 4, 1010. DEAD KANSAN'S A Wealth of an Eccentric Hermit Secreted at Night About HU Premises HE HAD LIVED IN A HOVEL A Tale from the West Which Smacks of the Days of Capt. Kldd Heirs Hunting for the Hidden Hoards of Perry Rice. Glen Kliler, Knn. A story which smacks of the days of Oapt. Kldd and his hidden pirate hoards of fiction hnj come to light lu this country, follow ing tho discovery of 121,000 In cur rency by the heirs of l-'erry Rico, ono of tho old time residents of this city, who died recently. The heirs are con tinuing the search in the belief that on.y a portion of the old man's wealth La been uncovered, umi before It ends Uio home place will be turned upside down. Some of the money already uncov ered was In the yard, more of It In the cellar and a roll containing $5,000 was found In an old mattress Jutt bo fore It was consigned to the flames. Mrs. Uose, one of his daughters, was searching for hidden trousure lu tho cellar and found n burled ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 March 1910

THE CITIZEN, FIUDAV, MAIlCtt I, 1010. THE CITIZEN : I'URUSIIKD KVF.BY WKMKSbAY AND FRIDAY BY I tiik cmzKx rcnusniNQ company. i-ntercdns fwoiul-class matter, nt thuiHist olllci'. Honcsdalc. Vn. sunscnii'TioN ji.Boj K. H. HAItlMCNHKIttHI. - l'KHSII)KNT W. W. WOOD. - MANAUHK AND SKO'Y Bir.j.croKs: I O. 11. UOIirUMIKH. M. II. Al.LBN. I HKUY WILSON. tt.ll. IIAIIDUSIIKROII. l-U:il)AV"3hVHCH"int. We hear lots of talk about "Moth er's Day.' Now jomo people arc 'hollering" 'that the "old man" should have nu InnliiK. They want a "Unds Day." Should ho have It? IJy nil menns. Give the old man a chance at the hat. Let him cavort In Ms $10 hand-me-down suit, his last fummer's utraw hat, and his harEaln-rounter brogans. OC course he looks nratty.hum In that ratmaut alonfrbldc of his daughter with hor ?-5 Inverted Hour bnrrel top piece, her ?50 gown with the waist at tho knee?, her Kronch heeled patent pumps, and the rest of tho stuff that goes with Klad. feminine decorations. Hut ho is "dad," neve...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 March 1910

TIIH C1TIZUN, Fit I DAY, MARCH 4, 1010. 1 CENT A WORD COLUMN! FOR SAIiH AT A 1JAHGA1V Large lot with Iioubo nntl barn, Rood fruit, never-falling water, located at Promptoii, Pa. Warren P. Sclienck, Honesdnle, Pa. It. FOR SAIjU CIIHA1' Single bed, a 10-foot oak dining room table and 6 chairs to match, and a Lsty plnno. Inquire at 1207 liast street. JiOt A IU(S, ltl(i BARGAIN Two or pans, fine condition. High tops. .Mirrors, $22.00 each. Mdntyro. 2v eol. DON'T WW a Wayne county farm, Honesdale residence or building lot until you see me. I can save you money. Over n hundred properties on my bargain list to select from. M F. Dorln, office 1.102 Spring St.. Horosdalp. Consolidated 'phone 79-J IStl LOCAL MENTION. Judge E. N. Wlllard of Scrnnton, .H.wl r.r 1 - i . . . . - 1 The Shoemakers will conduct their annual bnll on Friday evening, April 1st. Tho ladle3 of tho 0. A. It. will meet Prldny afternoon nt 2:30 with Mrs. George Searles of High street. Attention, Veterans! Regular meeting of...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 March 1910

THE CITIZEN, Fill DAY, MARCH 1010. DAIRY" ft CREAMERY! VALUABLE TO DAIRYMEN. Keeps Fluid Clean and Facilitates ' Handling of Vessel. ! Two purposes are nerved by tho ' comoinea cover nnn nnnaie ior miiK Jars designed by a Massachusetts man, as the name of the device 'Indi cates. Tho cover la n circular piece ot flat metal with clasps extending downward so as to engage the upper ond of the neck of the jar or bottle. The handle, which Is connectpd with the covor, has Its lower ends extend ing downward so as to form lock-buttons, which keep the top from slid ng off the Jar laterally. The device can bo adjusted In n twinkling, but It will not come off unless the handle Is turned at right Riigles with the Jar. When a bottle of milk is being car-1 rlcd by this moans It ran be swung around with no fear of the top coming j oft if anybody wants to swing It around. The Improvement of this de vice over tho paper tops used on milk Jars is readily apparent. It costs more in the beginning, but Ea...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 March 1910

TUB CITIZEN, FRIDAY, MARCH , ll)tO. ln mi iin mi tin mi nl Learning to j j Make Love j & mi nu . im -uii mi nj "Wouldn't It bo dreadful." remnrk cd Kitty, swinging her parasol non chalantly, aft wo strolled down tho avenue, "If they should succeed In establishing n college of courtship In Chicago, as somebody has been threat ening to do?" "Why dreadful?" I Inquired, mildly, flicking tho curb with my cane. Kitty flashed mo a scornful glance. "Just fnncy a man laying his henrt at your feet according to a scientific method," slio exclaimed, And timing his tender speeches with a stop watch nnd kissing you according to the hy gienic rules and " "Counting his heart beats or feel ing his pulse or appraising the tint of your blush while he tells you ho loves you!" I broke In sympathetically. "Yes," agreed Kitty, and quoting Ills proposal from a copy book and his love notes from 'The lever's Latest Leucr Writer.'" "Oh, well," I said, consolingly, "I don't think you need bother about 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. — 4 March 1910

THE CITIZEN, I'UIDAV, MAHOH 4, 11)10. I GaRBESPONOETS' COLUMNS THE MOST HELIAW K MEDIUM POlt SPREADING INFORMATION t .t. HH"M"Mh4"MHMIM LAKEVILLE. LOOKOUT. Mr. nml Mr. A. Hnliln riitortnln-1 Mr. mul Mm l.-rn.t tlrnnnlnp nml ed on Sunday last the following: Ir. and .Mrs. Waltor Keesler, Mrs. Frye and MIbs Julia Compton of Tafton, l'a. It. W. .Murphy of Hawloy, cnlled on his mother hero on Sunday. Miss Alma Ilea nnd Frank Sheeley were callers at W. O. Sheeley's on Sunday. Mrs. A. Degroale, of Iloucsdalc, Is spending a time with her parents, John Bishop and wife. .Mrs. A (Joble, .Mrs. Charles Dan- iels and Miss Minnie Locklln spont Saturday with friends at Hawloy. A number from llawlcy attended the dunce at this place on Snturday evening. Mrs. Win. Utt is spending a time with her daughter, Mrs. K. W. Mur-jthis phy. of Hawley. L. Cohen left on Sunday for New ork City on business, having been called by telegram on Snturday night. The Ladies' Aid was held at the parsonage on Wednesday, Ma...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 9 March 1910

THIS WEATHER Wednesday fair, weather and light westerly winds will prevail, and on Thursday, partly cloudy weather. jO if K" l? ? S? & ? ? J? f i? & J'" y . Seml-VVcckly, Founded fc 1908 J fA yi Weekly Founded, 1844 J Vv j k o: t j jt ,? j & J o J Wayne County Or&in k of the REPUBLICAN PARTY 5 HONE SD ALB, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1910. d7th YEAR. T Ctfaett QLhe M NO. 19 5 BEVEKL T ORDERED EfX aSSQCL-- - .... 1 I T. 7 Philadelphia Labor Unions Try New Tactics. TRADE SERIOUSLY AEFEGTED. Wo Merchant Who Sells to the Transit Company or to Its Non union Employees to Be Patronized. Philadelphia. March 8. The lnbor unions have Inaugurated u boycott as an adjunct to the general strike. Or ders have been sent to every labor union man in Philadelphia not to pat ronize Rtorv that sell supplies to the Philadelphia Kapid Transit company or Its employees. The labor leaders have estimated that they can deprive the merchants of this city of $1,000,000 worth of husl ncss ...

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 March 1910

TII15 CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAKOIt l, tititi. THE POSTJOY PASSES. His Picture not Upon the New Special Delivery Stamp. The historic pom boy lmsnod Into history with the arrival of n new assortment of spocial delivery stamps, w.ilch bear designs minus tho mythical youth on a bicycle. Post boys -themselves were nbotlshed from tbo service about two years ago, but tho design of the boy riding a wheel was retained on the special delivery stamps. Tho new mump are smaller than the old ones and are scarcely bigger than the new fifteen cont Is suer. Since the beginning Of the postal system there ha; been a place In Its heart for the post boy. It was tho post boy of our grandmothers and grandfathers who deliverer the mall at all times of the year, and whoso picture adorned the early Issues of stoinps. Through softness of heart th Government at Washington al lowed his hpnre to be kept on the special delivery stamps, but now ho has to (to The early stamps pictured him riding at breakneck speed on...

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 March 1910

TIIK CITIZKX, WKDNKSDAY, MAUCH 0, 1010, THE PHILOSOPHY OF DRUNKENNESS Earle William Gape, In Power 1 nntl Polso, says: Tho condition known na drunken ness is produced by alcohol, and Is an abnormal psychological state. f Drunkenness Is In many cases a i 1.4. A 111. 41... 1 ...nln-t... I i I i lut;, mil Willi liiu luifeu ui'ijui iij ii Is primarily a psychological disease, or a disease of the mind. As a disease of the mind It is functional, and comprises three ab normal conditions: (1) a paralysis I of the inhibitory power of tho will; I (2) a temporary amnesia; (3) n' temporary affective and Intellective I modification of the personality. i Drunkenness is a species of sim-1 pie insanity; the drunkard is insane 1 on one subject drink. The mind j of the drunkard is unbalanced, bo-1 cause lie thinks nothing but whisky, ' and lie cannot think anything else. 1 He drinks whisky because he thinks whisky. Stop his thinking whisky, or change the current of his ( thoughts, and ho will stop dr...

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 March 1910

THIS CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAHCII l, 1010. THE CITIZEN ruuUBHRD kvkry Wednesday and rniDAY ttr Til It CITIZEN I'Cilt.lSlIINO COMPANY. Cntcrcdus second-rlnss ninttcr, at the post otllcc, llonesiltUo. l'u. SUBSCRIPTION 11.60 ft. I. HAKDKN'IIKIHill. riiKSU) ISN'T W. V. WOOD. - - MANAGKK AND SHO'Y 0. fl. DORFI.INOKK. M. II. AM.K.N. IIKNRY Wlt.BON. K. II. llAUll:Slli:itllll. w. w. woo. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1). tIO. Tlicro Is a power within you that la greater than all the microbes In the world. When you reach the half-century mark yon should not think of old age or retirement; you should then proceed to undertake the greatest achievements of your life; nnd by staying young you may see your purpose through. Give the bigger man on the Inside full right of way. Believe In your greater interior solf. Know thnt you hao something within you thnt is greater than any obstacle, cir cumstance or difficulty that you can possibly meet. Then, In the full faith In this greater something pro ceed with your w...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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