ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Citizen, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 154 items from Citizen, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
154 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 24 August 1912

' ;. . , Camel Hump and Giraffe Sway at the Capital WASHINGTON. In a furtive sort of way peoplo havo takea note of the "camel hump walk." It's hero. It came to Pennsylvania avenuo rath er gradually, but by much quicker process than that by which the abor iginal raan stopped walking on all fours; for It tracos Us ancestry back to the hobblo skirt and no farther. Just as wo used to have tho "kan garoo walk," wo now havo the "camel hump walk." Tho camel-hump walk Is naturo's way of adapting Itself to the sheath skirt. It Is naturo's law and probably tho very best naturo could do under tho circumstances. It will bo seen by careful attention lo the pictures that tho genuine camel-hump Is nothing moro nor loss thnn an attempt on tho part of tho hobbled fomalo to get away from what Is coming behind her, a direct applica tion of tho theory that solf-prescrva-lion Ih ono of tho primal Instincts of humanity. Tho peculiar effect Is duo to tho tendency of the uppor portion of tho torso to advan...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 24 August 1912

l I; SERIAL J1 STORY CJ B - - I 1 ELUSIVE I I "ISABEL" B fcssssBsssssisssssssssBsssssssssssasBj - ! JACQUES FUTRELLE m w H Ittmjtrarionj by M. KETTHER BBjV ttsprrlrht, lax. b T AaoeltM Hunl4 W.iln. Bjl u7rkt lil,lrTllt.blUflllcnuJ Bl B 8YNOP8I8. H Count dl noslnl. tha Italian ambss- BBM aador, la nt dinner with diplomat when BBI a messenger lutnmoni him to the m- BBS taaay, where a beautiful young woman BB uki for a ticket to tha embassy hall. Bfll Tha ticket la mado out In the name of BflJ Villi Iiabel Thome. Chief Campbell of Bfll tha aecret aervtce, and Mr. Orlmtn, hla flfll head detective, are warned that a plot la flfl hrewlng In Washington, and Urlmm goes flfll to tha atata ball for Information. Ills at- flflf , Irntlon la called to Mis Isabel Thorne, flflf who with her companion, disappears. A flfll shot li heard and flenor Alvares of the flflf Mexican legation, la found wounded. Orlmm li assured Miss Tliorne did It; he flfl vlalta her, demanding knowledge of the flfl ' affai...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 24 August 1912

M The Corrector of Destinies feM yy 'B!,nK Tales of Randolph Mason ns Related by M CO fin fi?M "Private Secretary, Courtland Parka ' fiK1 j I U My Friend at Bridge ' -j-j- By Melville Davisson Post ' t JLZ ' Copyright by EJwarU J. Clcxle -"" On tho evening of the twenty-third of December I was ono of a party at brldgo at the residence of Baron Adolph von Hubert on Eighty-sixth street. The bnron was tho American agent of tho Ucrlln banking liouso of Welssell & Co. The llttlo party on this evening con sisted of Madamo von Hubert, the ba-, ron, Wlnfleld Gerry nnd myself. Young Gerry, who went everywhere among people of leisure, was taken to bo enormously rich. His brother, Murcus Gerry, wob certulnly ono of tho wealthiest men In New York. He wob the largest stockholder, and financial dictator, of the Fifty-eighth National bank. Wlnfleld Qerry wob under thir ty, a courtly young fellow, almost ns habdsomo as a. girl. He was extrava gant, daring, It wob said, and rccklcsB. Ho had been...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 24 August 1912

H'' m - I. .1 . H"r'i I MECljUSSfioS H HANDLE BRICKS WITH PALLET Bi General Appearance of Implement la t That of Baggage Truck Invented l by Kansaa Man. 1 A pallet designed for a different way B' to handle, bricks than has been In B" Tojoi In the past has been patented by R a Kansas man. Tho general appear. Hii woum of Una affair Is that of a bag- Hl rKo (nick, but tho motal edge that li rwt sctmb tho lower end ils so con- B struct nl that n row of bricks can be Pi arranged on It In a tilled line, resting on H thrtr edges and end to end. The stack ml of bricks then can be piled up on top H ol tbero, but nt right angles to them, H. the bottom row supporting the whoU Ht , aaH" B Pallet for Bricka. R atnek. By moving tho wholo stack H bodily thu bottom layer of bricks Is H turned over so that they roat on their H flat aides and support tho rest In that H way, at tho same tlmo projecting far H ruounh ouUldo to hold another row. H hlU'd up In this fashion, tho bricks H ran bo trundled to...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 24 August 1912

HHHHt PL. E CTIUC 1TV for light ing and row er 1b rapidly advancing In tho favor of tho American f a r tn e r. Whether ho ' bo one of thoso adven turous ind I vlduals who HJ lT!f stake their I Pi'Jl ft" on tne I V4 A-t prospect of H jhflkA developing a H HHHJ paying farm H HHHJ districts J b m tiuj west an(' I lm-n 1 southwest, or In the I ?iBS$ swamp lands of the iSflVJb BOllt,1 or whether ho bo PbPBPBih of, tho clasB that Is turn- MmmKMWst W3 Ins Its attention to the I great rowards of truck and dairy farming In tho cast, tho modern farmor has caught tho scientific spirit of the tlmo and la gottlng practical results from his realization of the fact that methods must accommodate themselves to changing conditions. ' At tho annual convention of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers held recently In Boston, tho electrical farm was considered In paper by Putnam A. Hates. He discussed In somo detail tho work now being dono by farm- crs who are developing tho arid districts of t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 24 August 1912

bbbE -"$ -w a rir - -. v H' Bvm1 ' BBBBBft i Hi! The Citizen BBfl lituad Saturday at Amarlcan Fark, Utah. M W. D. LOVELESS, PUBLISHER BBI "Knitted May 27, 190 J, at American Fork. HBH Utah, a second-clan matter, uuder Act of Cong. ti oi M.rcn 3, 1S70." J - i . ( I Subscription Payable in Advnncc: BBJ BJOnoyoar $1.4 HBH SU month 74 BBfl Tme month M HflH Elniilo copli fie flfljV - ' ' ' ' " H J. Nash of Alpine spent Monday in H American Fork. H W. S. Necdham was at the state H cnpiUi on business, Wednesday. H Wm, Chipnmn mndo u business trip 1 to S tit Lake City. Tuesday. H Gone Iienroid is here from Iiebcr H City, tor a weeks Htny, " H Mrs. Henry Maugh of Vineyard H po it Wednesday in Atnericun Fork. B Er.iest Finlayson of Tuokcr, wna tne BBfl guts; of Misa Lizzie Boloy on Tuesday. H Mrs. J. W. Storrs id visiting with PBB1 friinds at Sprlngvlllc. BBfl J. W. Storrs and Wm. Storrs were BBfl visitors nt i'tovo, Sunday. H I'aul WiUon of Fnirview, epent Sun- J day h?re the gucstof Miss Hu...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 31 August 1912

bw ?' , yvfBi w if bbbbbbbbbI V V 'wwl) ff Bflflflflfl BBT -1V!fc'l ' '!' Bflflflflfl I ,, "" J;Th1 CITIZEN. "V- - .-- 'I I Vol. lO, No. SO , ' American Fork, Utah, SUt)Uiay August 31, lf)l Subscription Bi.no 1 I Salt Lake Grants I Interurban Franchise. HE ' B Wark n RHri ts Link Pay:an and rla.ham City Will Start In Thirty Days. Construction work en (ho proposed interurban 'lino between Salt Lako and K Payson, which Is to connect the Barr- bergcr line at Salt Lake and tie Ec- cles line at Ogdcn and complete an c electric road from Payson to Brfgrnm I " I" City, is to commence within thirty dayr. ', This was the nntuuice.nent made ( yesterday by promoters and pub i lied r,t in tie S. I; Lniif papers immodlate'y after a f ranch! o ordina-ico had Lem ' passed by the city commission grant- Inr the company rljht of way Cvii , ' Salt Lake streets. ! During the dny a contract was signed by the company with A. J". Orcm & Co. ( of New York and Salt Lake to finance rf '- . the project. T...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 31 August 1912

I THE CITIZEN M W. D. Loveless, Publisher. H AMERICAN FORK UTAH THE UTAH BUDGET B The Weber club of Ogdcn la soon m lo bo housed In n now building, to M cost approximately $12i,000. B As a result of tin Investigation nt B Mllford, the Btntu board of health ro- M ports that there Is no lnfantllo pnraly- B sis there. The Loh I Commercial club Is mak- Ing preparations for Its fifth "annual B good-tlmo cnrnlvnl," to bo held at tho M city park September 2. H Fifty additional Hebrow families from H the east will shortly bo brought to H Utah to joint tho Jewish colony at Clarion on tho Pluto project. M Arthur Ilocco has been arrested a H Salt Lako on tho chargo of shooting M at peoplo as they passed by his homo. m Itocco Is believed to bo demented. m Tho right arm of Daniel Ktchcll, nn M operntlvo at tho Knight woolen mills M at Provo, was so badly crushd In a M picker that It was amputated below m t tho elbow. H John D. Malniij Sr., aged 80 years, M nnd tho llrst rculdent of Italy to bo M...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 31 August 1912

GEORGE SPEEDS AS iTHE POLICE HUNT Four-Year-Old Chicago Boy Ped als Tricycle Ten Miles Through Busy Streets. DODGES ALL DANGER Goes on Vlilt In Automobile With Par. enta and Decide to Ride Home on Hla Trusty Wheol Four Hours Making the Run. Chicago. Alt long dlstanco records, national, International and Interplane tary, for that matter, for llttlo boys four years old riding tricycles bare headed In black shoes and stockings and white Jumper suits were smashod to smithereens the other afternoon. Tho now champion Is Ocorge Hols, also known as Jo and Georglo, ton I of Dr Georgo W. Hols. Ho pedaled , continuously flthout let, Btop, or bin- j Irnnco from 801 Windsor nvonuo to his t nomo, 3247 Armltngo avenuo, about ten miles. Ho triumphed over many per- i ils of tho road, Including strango dogi hiul rnllrood and Btrcct car tracks, and urrlvcd at tho end of his marathon as Ircsh as a dnlay. When his mother and father an nounced early lu tho ufternoon that they wcro going over to tTTd resi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 31 August 1912

I fsERIAL ja story cyJ I ELUSIVE I I lSABEL H JACQUES FUTRELLE V Illustration by M. ItETTflCR H .pirlbl. . Jjt Tli Ai.ori.tisi Hmnltr JUirailnx. H LoprliM, l)o, brTbtliouUUtrrmi'uiir;, H 8YN0P8I8. H Count dl nnlnl, Ilia Itallnn iimlim. siiih ssdor, It nt dinner with diplomats when m a messenger lummtim him to Iho cm- siiih bnssy, uliere a beautiful yuutiK womnn IH S4k8 .(: ticket to Iho embassy bull. B 7.7" ticket made out In the nam of fH Mlu Isabel Thorne, Chief Cnmpbell of IH l.ne..M,.cr,,t frvlc. nnd Mr. Orlmm. Ills ttB head detective, or wnrned that n plot Is H brewing In Washington, and Orlmm goes B ! V.' V,t ba" tar Information, tils nt- H tentlon Is called to Miss Isabel Thorne. H . w,,h her companion, disappear. A IJM shot ! heard and Benor Alvarei of the H A , cn. ltlon, Is found wounded. IH .lr.mmJ, "url Miss Thonio did It; he H ". h,rl "mandlng knowledge of the H affair, ami arrests Pletro Patrotlnnl. Mlsn H Thome vlslte an old bomb-maker and they sim fy";u" wonderful ex...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 31 August 1912

i 1 heCase Bookofa PrivateDetectiv e Tree Narratives of Interesting Cases by a Fonaer Operative of the William J. Burns Detective Atfeacy By DAVID COKMtLL (Oopjrtlht bj the Interactional Prwt RiinwJ THE HANDWRITING I ON THE WALL The Cass of the Anonymoua Letter Writer of Philadelphia Tho reason for the prevalence of tho anonymous letter writing ovll Is tiecauso of tho apparent safety of tho perflon guilty of this nuisance. A man of tho anonymous letter writing typo has an enemy, lie Is nfrald to faco ' him In tho open, hut ho wants to hurt hltn. What easier or what more safo appnrently than to write an tin- ' signed letter containing Information, alleged or real, or slander, which Is certain to cause tho nssallcd person harm, or at least considerable annoy- x. ance? , Thoro la a certain type of cowardly '&& person to whom the anonymous loiter Z appeals as docs tho ongeful stiletto to the vicious blackhnnd criminal. It Is a means to harm, and apparently a safe one. What easie...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 31 August 1912

BBI mmiSL - i H Colored Brethren Stirred Up Over Question of Hell B hot cur mHy&!mf&j&$gs W8HINGTON. Tho eolorcd broth- rcn nnd sisters In tho District of H Columbia nnd tho city of Washington H aru stirred up to a boiling point over H llio question of hell. Tho pastors of tho various and sundry colored churches held a meeting tho other day B and In solemn conclnvo decided that H there must bo somothlng "dlddlng" M hnmrdlntely to offset tho effect of tho M recent action of tho International HI- M slo Students' association In going on M record ns believing I hero was no burn- H Ing hell. If you take the fireworks out of hell iccordlng to some of tho colored dls- H pensors or "do gospll" In this city, you B: rob them of a great lever and n club M fiver their uncertain congregations. B A regular honcst-to-goodncss burn- B lug lake of brimstone and molten lead H Is tho old fashioned kind of hell thnt M hns dono jeoinnn aervlco In mnklng M roung negroes seo tho error of their...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 31 August 1912

I WASTEFUL IN USE OF WATER j H Beeped or Oversaturated Lands Caused H by Watte From Irrigation or BJ Leakage From Canal. Tho cauBO of speed or ovcrsaturat BJ ed land la tho waBto (rout irrigation and lenkogo from canals mid lnternts Bj The skillful Irrigator may Insist that Bj It no more water Is applied than Is Bj needed for growing and maturing B crops, and that If tho ennuis nro so B constructed that no substantial amount of water escapes Into the earth, no land will become too wot B for farming purposes, says tho Den- ver Field and Farm. It Is truo that In many Instances Irrigators have I btcn unduly prodigal In the use of I water, particularly whea tho land is I first subdued and watered. Tho art I of economical irrigation Is usually I learned only when scarcity of water compels its less lavish uso. I In any event, under present moth- I ods eorao wasto of water will occur under tho best of management, mak 8 Ing draining in many places essential M to profltnblo farming;. Water w...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizen. — 31 August 1912

w LlBM BBBBBJ - The Citizen BBfli luusd Saturday at Amtflcan Terk, Utah. H' W. D. LOVELESS, PUBLISHER BBl "Entrred May 27, 1003, at American Fork, HHI Uuh, at sccomlilaiia matter, uudtr Act of Cong. BJBJ ipu o( Mutch 3, 187V." J " , H Supscription Payable in Advance: BJBJ Oneyaer ..... ll.&t BJBJ .atmonths 74 BJBJ Threo months 6t BBJn Single coplru Sc BBm A bahy boy was born to Mr. ind BBl Mrs. James Russell Sunday night BBl Riymond Chlpmnn was n visitor ut BBl 'Salt Lake on Sunday and Monday. 1 Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Rczzant wcro at H Pcjvo on Wednesday, BBl Joke Green wo id spent Thurjt'oy in H S it Lake City. BBl M!sa Luetic Dunn of Provo spent pait BBl of t'-.J week with Iriendi). BBS Miss Rosa Durrant was visiting .'n BBl Silt Lake, Tuesday. BBl' Miss Emmn Thornton of lone, Idaho, V li lero the guest of relatives, for a BJBJ cojplu of weeks. BBl M S3 Alice Uunford of Salt Lake Iub BBl b:o j spending thu week here, a guest BBl of Mark (irccn. H Miss Marie Clarke of Salt Lake Cit...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
x
Loading...
x
x