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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 March 1910

THK WHATHKIl Friday and Saturday cloudy colder, light to moderate northwnrt winds. f? tc t? t? tr ic & & tc in? er te r tr tc ;r Seml-Wcckly Founded 5 I&08 H V; h Weekly Founded. 1544 r f so sc W ic X H jc jc jr k it jc i Wayne County Organ J REPUBN PARTY 1 ot j ji . jSlH. s 5 iJ7th YEAR. HONBSDAliB, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1910. NO. 22 f lAPAN'S PRSPOSUL .Offers America Joint Con trol of Far East Affairs. MAINTENANCE OF OPEN DOOR Commercial Equality, With the 1 United States Giving Moral Support to Japan In Man churia, Is Suggested. Washington, March 17. Japan has sent to Its embassy here proposals to be submitted to the state department looking to an understanding between Japan and the Uulti'd States so that the two countries uiay together domi nate the fur east and maintain the "open door" as well as guarantee com mercial equality to nil nations. The proposals will be so presented that their conditional consideration or even rejection will not affect present...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 March 1910

T1IH CITIZKX, , i 0 1 .011 IK, 1J0. AGE-TINTED WINDOW PIES CURE BUND Philadelphia Oculists Claim Amazing Virtue for Lenses of Amethyst Glns3 AID THE IJIGIIT WORKERS Old Windows Give a Supply Curo the Loss of Sight Opttclnns Offer to Put New Fanes In Old Houses Free of Cost to Owners. Philadelphia. A discovery of grunt value to those whose siRht has been Impaired by working under artificial light has been rtiado in this city. It was learned that Amethyst-tinted lenses made from window pane glasd taken from houses in Walnut strcot would cure blindness caused by work in? on bright metals and under nrtlfl cit.I light This gless is simply ordinary win dow panes that have been In use 'for more than seventy-five yeais. In that time it ins been turned an amethyst tint by the direct, rays of the sun. Philade'phla eye specialists arc op timistic in their contentions for the glass, which is termed by tte oculists nnu opticians "the Philadelphia glass." Some of the most wtdoly known phy sicians...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 March 1910

fllk I'l riZl'N, Ii-li U.JIAltCll 18, 1010. Shi HS1IS HOAX ADJiRAL MAY Jokers Made Up as Princes and Party Receive Royal Honors on Flagship Dreadnought WERE fnET BY OFFICIAL BARGE Guard of Honor Turned Out and Band Plays Anthem One of the Mas. queradcrs a Woman British Pub He Greatly Amused. Lcriloi:. The British public, and more i specially naval circles, are vary mu h amused over an amassing hoax le.i ttrated on Admiral Sir William Mow Commander in Thief of tho He ,,( Fleet, and the officers of tho fL ,i Dreadnought at Portland by n j i vu woman and five young men. A. tr the woman and three of tho mt'i rad stained their- fscets, necks, ntu L 'lids, disguised their features vi' tii.ontal looking beards, and at tlr u themselves in silk brocaded ro. ah costly Jeweled turbans to niu h. the party loft Paddlngton in a spc i paloon carriage on the Great Wc-tcrn Railroad for Portland. They rerusinted themselves to be Prince Saranya. Prince Mandok. Prince Ma kaka. and Prince Mikael Golen, ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 March 1910

THE CmZKK, FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1010. THE CITIZEN rOnLIBIIKD KVKRV WKD.NE8DAY ANI rMIUT HT T1IK CITIZEN P0I1LISI1INO COMPAflT. tillered us second-class mntter. nt the post olllce. llonesclale. l'a. SUBSCRIPTION l-00 K. ll.HAHDKNUKHOH. l'HKSIOKNT W. W. WOOD. - MANAQKU AND SKC'Y iiihectorii: v o. ii. DOHri.JNoim. m. h. am.kn. HKHHY WILSON. B. n. IIAIIDKNIIKBOH. W. W, WOOD. Kill DAY, MARCH IK, 1010. The Idea of teaching every girl to thump the piano, and cery boy to bo a bookkeeper will make potatoes worth ?S a barrel In 20 years. . , man neTeTreaTe superior- of woman so much as when ho is ity sowing on a button without a thlmblo pushing the needle against tho wall to get it half way through and pull ing it through the other half by hanging on to it with tho teeth. i.Vmtnr Is n movable festival. It is always tho first Sunday aftor the full j moon which happens upon or next af- i ....,.-(!,.( ,inv nf Mnrnh and If the full moon happons upon a Sun day, Easter day is tho Sunday follow ing. So...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 March 1910

THE C1TIZHN, FIUDAY, MARCH 1H, 1010. I CENT A WORD COLUMNS SoiaeieioiQioieioiG HITCH your pennies to tho Singer. Sold for G cents nor dny by Melntyro. 22t2 VOlt SALK A walnut upholster ed, parlor set of furniture consist ing of sofa and two large cnalrs. In iulro Citizen Offlco. tf l'OH SAM-3 A mare, 9 years old, sound, work anywhere, good driver, li. 13. Carlton, South Sterling. 2t I'OK HALT. A heavy buckhoard wagon, nearly new. FORREST .TAY LOR, Torroy, Pa. 21t2 KOIt SALIC OR RUNT Rooms in tho promises No. 1314 West street. Tho ontiro property, also, is of fered for sale. Mrs. K. G. Secor. 22tf. LOCAL MENTION. , Conilrmation will be held at tho German Lutheran church on Sunday, at 10 a. in. A call has gone forth from tho Stato Federation of Labor to pre pare for a State-wide strike. Win. 1). Holmes, who has been conllned to his home with a very se vere cold, is now able to be out. Eugene Canivan will erect a house on Ridge street on the lot lately deeded to him by his mother. Rev....

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 March 1910

THE CIT1ZKN, Kill DA V, MAHC1I J8, 1010. Agricultural CLEANER FOR RAKE TEETH. An Interesting Device to Assist the Amateur Gardener. Tho nmiitour gardener soon learns that tho uso of tho rnke Is not ns easy as it seems to bo. Tlio teeth nre con stantly getting clogged with tho Hik ings and It Is nocossary to make a halt at more or loss frequont intorvals In order to clean out tho Implement. IT the means of a nowly patented t-ihrnent to the rnke It "is possible 3 l perform this operation with little cr no loss of time. A series of too.h cler.ners aro mounted by means of a rock shaft on the head of the ra- n and as the teeth become clogged up a projecting member mounted on the handle of the implement at a conveni ent point is pulled down and tho ac cumulations nre dislodged. Poultry Raising Hlnt3. S.iinl cannot take the place of grit for your fowls. Whnt they need Is something sharp. The round surface of a grain of sand Is not going to do much toward cutting the hard outside h "k of a ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 March 1910

TUIC C1TIZKX, I lilDAV, MAIW1I IH, 11)10. By SEWELL FORD Copyright, 1909. by Milchrll Kcnnerlry CHAPTER II. ; TL X I!. DIOVIXli ventured on Utile i oxeur.-dons out nrountl the I lawn, but keeping the light A od doorway in night. Ho shuddered to think what would hap pen to him If ho should lose It or some one should turn off the light. lie marveled nt th- lncrensed hulk of the cottage. "Looks as big as the Madison Siunr fJarden," he commented. "Wonder how she'd show off If she was all lighted up'" Then, getting a new angle, he per ceived four yellow rectangles In an upper story. They were windows which faced the rear. "That's where the help stays, eh 7" Xo. now that he remembered, the servants' quarters were In anothei wing. A few stops more brought It In lew. and there were more lighted windows. lie returned to cast a per plexed gaze at the four yellow rec tangles. He could make out a shadow on one. It was the silhouette of a mm w SI.mV ... HE IZAD A OMMl'Sn Ol' A StiENDEK, BIO EXI)...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 March 1910

Mil! OITIZKJf, KIUDAY, HARGU 18, 101. OilRUciPONDENTS1 COLUMNS t V THE MOST liKUAiHE MEDIUM FOR PREADING BEACH LAKE. . . . ,. . . As spring Is so near, it is a busy time. A little time is spent by some in the sugar bush, but the cold snap has stopped that for tho tirao being. Visiting is still indulged In by sev eral of our town peoplo prior to their spring duties. Mrs. C. T. Van Gorder Is at Peck vlllc visiting her sister, Susie, whose eyesight is so fast falling it is feared she will lose her sight. Mrs. Spry and Mrs. Davcy are visiting in Scranton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells are spending, some time with their son, H. Wells. Miss Kltza Dunn has returned and a number of others will return soon. Mr. Alex Crosby, who was so badly burned by a lamp at the church, is getting along nicely, considering tho severity of the burn. His left hand Is so he can use it. J. P. Budd and family will occupy their lower house for a fow months. There was no school In the village Monday as Miss Lee was no...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 March 1910

THE WKAT1IRII Ob Wcdacsdajr partly cloudy weather and slowly rlslnR temperatures will prevail, and on Thursday partly overcast and slightly cooler weather. f so K" tr.v r tc fc k tc tc , Scml-Wcckly Founded Wayne County Or&on k of the REPUBLICAN PARTY 1 J jt j . j j j j j j 5 , '1908 2 Weekly Founded. 1844 j j o j .X K o j j s o ji .M j . 67th YEAR. HONE SD ALB, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1910. NO. 23 CREST0, g BCL ARK DEAD. Ctfaett ri -k r-t r- r- - I. d i Z 1 1 I IT" wrap him a mm nag7 rsm jp Bogus Baron Had a Mania For Marrying. LEFT WITH ALL THEIR CASH.' Judge Dike In Sentencing Zimmer man Tells Him That His Habit of Deceiving Women Was a Disease. New YorU. March 22. The polypi- ' mist, Arthur 13. Zimmerman. nl)as Unron von Llchtcnsteln, was sentenced i in the Kings county court to live years , in Sing Sing, and Judge Dike In giv-1 lug sentence said that Zimmerman , had married twenty-four women since i J872 and that he had married eleven of them lu one year. j Zim...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 March 1910

ran citizen, Wednesday, maiich an, nuo. TELLS WHY F OUR mm WED Noted Comedian Takes Many Thousand Words to Explain j Mystery in New Book NAT GOODWIN'S GREAT MEMOIRS His First Wife "An Angel" Second "Silly Fool," and Maxlne Elliott "a Joan with Nero-like Ambition" Fourth Makes Him Most Happy. JDOOOOOOOOOOOODOOOOODOOG My first wife was an angel My second a silly fool. My third a "Roman Senator." My fourth makes me superla tlvely Happy. NAT C. GOODWIN. Eliza Weatherby married me for love. Mrs. Nella Baker Pease to get out of the vortex of society Into the artistic life of Bohemia. Maxine Elliott was prompted by ambition. Edna Goodrich well, because I didn't bore her. NAT C. GOODWIN. OCCCCCCCCCCCCCCOCCCCCCO I.os Angeles, Cnl. Nnt C. Goodwin, comedian, mining promoter, world traveller and married man. has turned author. While spending the season here he has written a hook. The introductory chapter deals with, the surroundings of his present homo. Here is a sample paragraph from tho openi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 March 1910

TIIK CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY1, MAKCIl 23, 1010. GOMPEUS' PACTS KOlt THE TA1UFF. i ,, ... . The, Democrats have been much irritated over an article- written by, President Gompers. of the American . federation of Labor, and recently . luu oren i"- 1 tlou. Mr. Gompers spent consider-1 able time In Europe last year In com-j pany with other members. of his or ganization, and though a persistent opponent of tho Republican party, his article Is a very strong utter anco In favor of the Protective Tarlff., Ho gives a statement of uicnnra noil, a momucr 01 mo u- Mlsa C()le nml noylc un(, booII Ish Parliament, made before tho Ullowu lo be frIcmlly for soldo time. British Trades Union Congress last Uecently Miss CoIe vl8lleU Dr ploe. September, In which .Mr. Bell stated ' bo Low of Ln,erty, nm) on Tuesday that railway men In Great Brltnln B,10 d,od nfter returnlng l0 lu3t. bome. received $4.25 a week, and ono nlstrlct Attorney Ellsworth Baker G. H. Roberts, another member of , obtnlncd from Mls8 Col...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 March 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, lOtO. THE CITIZEN It Is difficult tb ascertain tho pre i clso origin of tho grncoful custom bo roiuinn every wemesday and fridat by i universal In Franco and GermKny tiik cmziwrunusHisocoMrANT. I and moro or less prevalent through- i out tho world of offering eggs nt tho taUsredassjomlj EilBtcr. The Persians give each other eggs at tho new year, SUBSCRIPTION 1.G0 tho Husslnns and tho Finns at tho K. II. HAUDKNliKlHilI. - PltKSIDHNTI icstivai oi waster. Among mo uo W. W. WOOD. - - MANAOKIl AND SKC'Vj mans tho year opened at Easter, as DIRECTORS: 0. n. DORrl.INOKR. M( R. ALI.F.N. niMKT WILSON. K. R, IIARIIENllKROII. W. W. WOOD. WEDNESDAY, MAI!. 1!!, 11)10. In advertising always say what yon believe, If you wish people to be lieve what you say. It did among tho Franks, and among tho Capets. Mutual presents wore bestowed; nnd as the egg Is the em blem of tho beginning of all things, nothing better could be found ns nn offering. A GOOD ROADS CANDIDATE FO...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 March 1910

TIIB CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2.1, 1010. 1 CENT A WORD COLMf WANTED: A competent cook. MRS. MAUY H. TRACY, 1107 .Main Strcot. ooltf PIANO TUNING I will bo In Honesdnlo .March 28th to 31st. Or ders by postal enrd, care Hotel Wayne, promptly attended to. Sam S. Wlnt. 23t2 DON'T FORGET that the Martha Washington Bakery will bo open Sat urday afternoon and evening In the store occupied by .John .lenklns on -Main street. A great variety of bak ed foods, Including deserts, and also Easter novelties and fancy work will bo on salo. SiJOO TAKES an ncre plot of land, running through from Union to Mur ray strcot. Level and smooih as a tenuis court. Could be cut up in building lots to a profitable advant age. M. F. DORIN. It LOST Purse containing ten dol lar gold piece and change. Finder please leave at Citizen oillce. It. HITCH your pennies to tho Singer. Sold for C cents per day by Melntyro. 22t2 FOR SALE A walnut upholster ed, parlor set of furniture consist ing of sofa and two large cnairs...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 March 1910

TIIK CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAItCH 23, 1010. - ' T and f Comnunmeinlt a Readers Of Interest to Women Readers GATE FDR DAIRY STABLES. One Shown In the Illustration Is Con- : slderea the Best. A dalrymnn says he tins seen many kinds of gates used to prevent stock from going where they aro not .want od but considers the one shown In the illustration by tar the bust Instead of swinging upward and being hook ed to the celling of a Joist overhead, as some do, t slides back and forth upon a length of gas pipe serving as a track by means "f Iron straps attached to the long pieces that com pose the outer ends of the gate. The gas pipe should oe at U'ast two Inches through and 1l length twice tho PORTABLE WARDROBES. SLIDING GATE FOIt STABLK width oi the gate. The gate should be made to fit the place where needed and can be constructed of any strong, light lumber. If tho feed room Is in easy recti of the stable the alley tedding to It should by all means be protected by one of these gates. In cas...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 March 1910

THIS CITIZKIf, W'KDNKSDAY, MARCH 51.1, 1010. -lJ4-M--M"MH-l-4"M-i-:.-H- 1 fa POETRY WORTH :: i Lng Ago. Whon nil tho drcnms of our life hnvo vanished. When love la banished And hope has lied, Wc turn away from the bleak to-morrow, To walk with Sorrow Among tho dead; We look on civ more on tho loving faces And sunny places We used to know; And lose for a time our hurt and sad ness Within the gladness Of long ago. Tlie days are long, and the days are dreary; Our hearts are weary And In distress. As through the blur of our tear-wet lashes We see the ashes Of happiness, From brooding over our lives left lonely. We seek the only Kscape we know, By going back to tho sweet affections And recollections Of long ago. Our dreams of love and our golden visions, The fond ambitions , Of other years. By stern decrees of the Real, broken. Have left their token Of unshed tears. Without remorse are the fates that sever, Those hopes we never Again may know; Hut although lost, they renew their glory Wi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 March 1910

MIH OITIZUN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, xOlO. CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMNS I TUB MOST KVA.l IU.R MEDIUM FOR 1 SPREADIN8 INFORMATION 1 lll'll. Mabella Decker of Beach Lake, was A great mnny gnllonstftf nno maple the guost of Mrs. W. II. Mnrshnll on syrup hnu already been nin.c In this Wednesdny and Thursday of last section. week. Miss Myrtlo Simons has relumed . John Vnrcoc. who spent the enrly from Scranton. j winter with Wllllnm Stephens of The Wallen-Pnupnrk Tolephono Beach Lake, Is now making his homo Company liave extended their lino with JolinHlnke of Manchester, KITTIE HMITH. I F. Dowen nnd wife. Her Bon, Oliver, I ; who has been upending a foW days ; with, his grandparents, returned homo , ,.1 . .. .... , with h'qr. f Anns but Ih -Ilnppy, and Leon Tucker and Miss Vina Wnr-j Wonderfully Smart With Jler Ifcct. Iron were recent visitors nt Miss Mayvood, 111., March 10. It docs Mnblc Towksbury's at Maplo Hill. 0no good to know Miss Kittle Smith. To talk with her Is an Inspiration. To see ho...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 March 1910

4 THK WEATHER On Friday partly cloudy and continued warm weather will prevail, with light and fresh easterly to southerly winds. X K" t? X V Wayne County V. of the Scml-Wcckly Founded 1908 J Weekly Founded, 1844 J J J 0 , J 'jt J Jt J J J J 0 ' vi K" REPUBLICAN j jt .u j j JS V '3, 57th YEAR. HONESDALE; WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1910. SHE LOANS ALLDS VOTE HEX EUGENE N. FOSS. 1 PARTY J I I 1 &s ,g, NO. 24 Ill IHSURCENTS USE None Chosen by Caucus on Rules Committee. SIX REGULARS ARE ELECTED. Speaker Cannon Is Present as a Silent Spectator, Making No Effort to Dictate to House Republicans. , Washington, Mnrch '21. Six regular! Republicans were selected by the He- I publican caucus to represent Ihe uia j Jorlty of the house on the new rules committee created by the Norris reso lution passed last week after one of 1 the greatest fights ever- waged In the lower branch of congress. They were ' Representatives Dalzell oi Pennsylva nia. .Smith of Iowa, Boutell of Illinois, Lawren...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 March 1910

TUB C1TJZKN, FltlDAV, MAltCII 25, 1010. IN OF MILLIONS . REPENTS THEFTS Joseph Fels to Use His Wealth Against the System Under Which He Acquired It SCORNS OTHER RICH MEN Calls Carnegie, Rockefeller, and Mor gan Robbers Through Unjust Laws, Although Personally Honest John D. Mild and Harmless. Chicago. "Cnrncglc, Rockefeller, Morgan, nnil other captains of Indus try are robbers, nnd their millions are Ill-gotten fjalns. We cannot get rich fast enough nowadays without rob bing the public. 1 admit that I, too, have robbed the public, and I am still doing It, but I propose to spend the nccursed money In wiping out the system by which I nndc it." Joseph Pels, a millionaire manu facturer of soap, made this statement in talking to fellow-dluers at the Uni versity of Chlcigo Settlement. He was the guest of honor, the hostesses being Mrs. W. F. Dumtner and Miss Mary McOowcll. His remarks were in amplification or a briefer state ment that startled" members of the City Club whom he had address...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 March 1910

THH CITIZEN, KM DAY, MAItCH 23, 1010. $6011 II IBB Paid by Undcr.vr iters V Defeat "Strike" Bills. G. W. SHELDON AS COLLECTOR. Senator Grady's Reinsurance Bill "Bought" Through New York Legislature and Bargain Made Not to Repeal It. New York. March 'J-'. Now confu sions of money paid to Influence lire insurance legislation In Alhnny made to State Superintendent Hotchkiss In Ills Investigation at his olllce here In dicates that the New York board ot fire underwriters litis been for years one of the most prollllc producers to the hungry Knitters In the state lepls la t tire. With the probe barely under the skin of the scandal it lias been shown (lull the lire Insurance companies In the lxard of underwriters of this citj alone paid .G0,000 to influence leglslii tion in tlie six years beginning In 1!H)1 and ending liXHl. How much more was paid by the companies of this and other cities and states and by the casualty companies Mr. Hotchkiss Intends to show. He also intends to show If poss...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 March 1910

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, MARCH 2.", 1010. THE CITIZEN PUBLISHED KVEHT WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY HY THK CITIZEN rUBLIBIHNO COMPANY Entered ns seooml-rlass tnnttpr, nt the post olllcc. lloncsilnlc. I'a. SUBSCRIPTION fl.GO K. B. IIAKDKNHEKOH, - I'KKSIUKNT V. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SKC'Y BltlKcrORB: 0. H. DOItFLlKOER. M. II. ALLEN. HENRY WILSON. K. 11. HAMlKNUKllGll. W. W. WOOD. FRIDAY', MAItCH " 1010. Now Hint the blue birds nnd rob ins have come, the (so-called) In dependent newspapers will begin publishing Innuendoes concerning offlclnls now In olllce, who are seeking renominatlons in order that they may know that it is time to j "cough up" if they wish their sup-'the p0rt j We have received several letters j containing money in reply to our I o.iitnrini nn mrma that infest naner ! money. There are a number of moral plagues which go with money whether it be specie or bills, and they are more dnngejous than the bacteria that wo mentioned in our previous article. Money enrries tho germs of Se...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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