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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 October 1910

THE WEATHER 1'Yldny continued fair nnd cool wenthcr will prevail nnd light to fresh northwesterly winds. v x- vr v if V tc tc Jf tc tc tc jc p t? i Scmi-Wcckly Founded ( 3 1908 V 2 Weekly Founded, 1844 2 J & & j & o o j j .s j o j & Wayne Coifsg Organ or V. I REPUBLlCf PARTY 67th YEAR HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1910. NO 82 U.S. DEMANDS MET STRIKERS VIOLENT 1 I ST I PERPETRATOR OF TERROR IX HONDURAS TO RESIGN AMER-I CANS AHH IX DANGER MAH-1 1XKS READV TO IjAXI) AND TAKH FORCIItlE POSSESSION OF AMAPALA. , Washington. Oct. 13. General Jose Maria Vnlladnres, eomiimmlnnt nt Amnpnla, on tlie western coast of Honduras, whose dictatorship over the Island of Aniapala lias stirred up trou ble for the government at Toguel- tvi.ji.., is guiug io quit. I After complaints had been made by i the foreign consuls against his con-1 duct President Davlla of Honduras i telegraphed ordering him to resign from otllce and proceed at once to the , capital. General Vnll...

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 1910

Viiii'difizlcS-, tfmiiAir. bCTontnt i 1,1010. ' -.i:nnw ii Jt, TENER Prompt Repudiation of Scheme Worked by Keystone Party, .HE LEADERS ACT QUICKLY - r J " ; f " t ! ' ; 1?'. Greenawalt's Pcrsonaf Game Blocked When Exposed By Representative Union Men. An attempt to work a scheme to 'in 'fluorico organized labor' hi the preitent gubernatorial campaign has proven n bpornerans; for How and his pary, President Grcouawalt, of tho State Federation of Labor. Is being denounc ed upon every baud for seeking to use tho position Which ho Oils tem porarily to advance his own political Interests and to promote the ca.uae of a combination of politicians who are striving to use the Keystone Party to 'land tlromsolveB and tholr frlonds In public office. tireenawalt's political campaigning for the Keystone Party Is quite nat ural, as he Is' known as an ardent Democrat, but his efforts to uso his position to Influence tho votes of tho wage earners of tho state are resented "by the rank and file of or...

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 1910

TH13 CITI.KS, FRIDAY. OCTOIIKH I I, 1010. OLAB PLEXU FOR BERRY BOOM Many Independents in Philadel phia Fail lo Register. HE WILL BE THIRD . IN RAGE Republicans Make a Big Showing In Registration In the' Quaker City, In suring a Great Majority. Spoclal Correspondence,, - Philadelphia, Oct 11. If at ony tlmo, thero was any doubt bout Philadelphia giving a record breaking majority for John K. Tenor ia? governor and bis collda&uos on tho Republican tickot, that doubt has boon dispelled. .Since ha returns pf, tho personal registration of votors, havo been ro icoivjedi thorn can be no quostioa about 'there being an overwhelming Repub lican majority recorded in tho Quaker City on Nov. 8. The records from tho wards show a complete' coUapsotoI-.tnocojcalled ro form Bioyomont, j Cf.ck'- ojtya'o'ntlqJpdilhonBerry was; 'ptkfead, oi hojeadlAtho ; Key Btono arcy; ticket baKSomo.-to :pass. Indopuaent;5leplVcaliOJUtflPthou ands have refused to support this Bryanite for-governor and have come ou...

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 1910

TUB CITIZHN, Kltf DAY. OCTOItKIl M, 11)10. THE CITIZEN pnnt.iRiiKn kvkrt wntiKEsiMY and Friday iiy tub cmm runusiiiNO company. Kutered ns scoonil-class mutter, nt llicitost (Mice, llonosilnlc l'n. fSUBSCRIPTION II. GO K, It. HAKDKNHEHOII, PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. MAXAOKH AND SECY directors: o. n. dorfm.noer. m. i. aixkn. I1KNRY WILSON. K. II. IIARDKNRKRGII. W. W. VtOOD, Kill DAY. OCT. II, 1IU. ItKI'UniaCAX TICKHT. j'or Governor JOHN K. TENER. For Lleutennnt Governor JOHN M. REYNOLDS. Socrctnry of Internnl Affnlrs HENRY HOUCK. Stnto Treasurer CHAS. P. WRIGHT. For Congress, C. C. PRATT. For Stnto Senator, WINFRED D. LEWIS. COUNTY. Representative, II. C. JACKSON. It is seldom that a mnn's duty to himself Is a compelling factor In his life. There must be someone outside himself, whom he loves and for whom ho will sacrifice and suffer nnd toll. It Is tho life which touches ours, perhaps unconsciously but no less certainly, that makes us fight for success. We don't find any newspaper say ing...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 October 1910

T1IK CITIZHN, Fill IKY. OCTOllUlt II, 11)10. leioeieieio! WORD column! CENT A WANTKI) ii." HOl'GHKR.S wanted nt the Wnync Cut Glass company, Townndn, Pn. tf. WANTKI)- Ten men to work on road nt Forest Lake club. Apply to A. L. Bishop, superintendent, Mast Hope, Vn or J. D. Weston 8212 A BARGAIN A six horse-power upright holler In good order for sale, Scolyvlllo Flro Co. tf FLORIDA CHRISTMAS souvenir novelties of all kinds. SPECIAL, beautifully finished orange-wood pa per cutters. Price prepaid, ' each 25 cents. Florida Novelty Co., San ford, Fla. SltU. HIGIIKST CASH mnrkct price paid for cider, Jolly and winter apples at Lake Ariel. Charles L. Simons. S0t5. WANTF.D AT OXCK A good cham ber maid at Hotel Wayne tf TIIK dental ofTlco of Dr. C. H. Brady will be closed from Oct. 15th to. 25th. 79t4 WAXTKD A good kitchen girl at Hotel Wayne. FOR SALE Kelly &. Stelnman brick factory building, Including en gine, boiler and shafting. Inquire of J. B. Robinson. SOtf LOCAL MENTION. Born, to...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 October 1910

Till? CITIZEN, FIU1JAY. OCTOHKIl I I, 1010. HE FLOWERS ON How a Pink Geranium Made Trouble In a Church Society. By CLARISSA MACKIE. tCopyrlght, 1910, by American Vruia Asso ciation. Sirs. Wlxon paused outside the church door and wnjtod, until two otb jbr women "jblnod her; "thin the throe 'made their way slowly down thcpatli Jind out Into tho dusty roml, where their plodding feet left n white cloud of dust In their wake. Mrs. Wlxon was short nud stout nnd red of ynce, with Iron gray hair, sur mounted by u rusty blacU velvet tur huu. nbovc which wnggled .a worn ostrich feather. Her antiquated cape Vas rusly. as was the blmsllk fcklri she trailed, illss LuoHn Barton wan tall nnd of n sallow complexion. Her gown 'was of better materia! and perhnps in u "I'D MKE TO SPEAK A FEW W011D9 MY SELF." better state of preservation than that of her stout companion, but it was far .from fresh or inviting. Little Mrs.-Peters skipped along be side the 'other women, a faded blue straw hat askew on he...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 October 1910

HIE CITIZEN, FRIDAY. OCTOBER I I, 1010. H FOR A Theme: EXPERIENCE. . BY REy. p.R. .JUNIUS B. REM EN ..SNYDER. ' Text Knowing that patience work eth experience. Rom., v., 4. ' . This is the great dofcct of youth that It discounts the patient schooling and preparation of discipline, and would' rush unguardedly upon tho Uio stage and 'Into tho hattlo of life. But there Is danger of placing ox troiue emphasis on experience. Wo must have theoretical knowledge; tho mind mUst bo furnished by reading nnd the understanding strengthened by reflection. Our srtongest and no "blest Inspirations como from within. It is In our still Inner life that nro nourished those visions of sentiment and ppotry that make life noble and beautiful. This Is the mistake wo oftdr hear In regard to religion. It is snid that religion Is wholly a matter of experience. But experience can not give us facts. It Is not a creative but a Jesting faculty, lie who takes the conclusions of his experience for tho word of God w...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 October 1910

THE CITIZEN, FIUDAY. OOTOIJKIt M, 1010. n 4- u a tt tt-ft-ftt-ftfffMi-ftt-f VALUABLE NEWS FROM Important Happenings and Personal Hems Contrib uted by THE CITIZEN'S Corps of Correspondents. tt-ftt-ftttt-ftt-ftttttttttttt4tt'ftt4tt4tttttt-ftt4tt4tt-ftttttt4-tt4tt4tttt USWICK & LAKEVILLE. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Sunders nro entertaining ft friend from Now York who arrived this week. Mr. and Mrs. S. Itohrbnchcr are also entertaining a city guest. Sunday school rally day services will be held at the M. 13. church at this place on Sunday, Oct. 23, be ginning at 2 p. in. It is to be n union service of the three Sunday schools. l'aupack and Arlington Sunday schools are expected to be present. A public meeting is (o bo held in Grange or I. O. S. of A. hall on Wednesday evening, Oct. 12. Mrs. II. T. Purklss was called to Wilkps-Barre on account of the illness of her son who is to have an operation this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Degroat of Honesdale visited the hitter's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. ....

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 October 1910

THE WEATHER Wednesday fair to partly cloudy weather will prcTnll with light northeasterly winds. V X " If V tC V tC 'X & XT to JP Semi-Weekly Founded 1908 '. 5 ttaett WH-n'K f K1 K jo ir X hirSlf K" r I k - i... rjJk rfi vruyuc vuuiiLy uhii k of the fi REPUBLICAN PAR Jj 1 Weekly Founded, 1844 J 1 J 0 J J . 0 . J . J J ft. 67th YEAR. HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1910. NO 83 T SIGN BOARD ORDINANCES IIKIXO EXKOHCKD MURDER CASKS TO COME BKKOHK OHAXI) JURY USUAL GRIST OK PUTTY CASKS. Tho following Brand Jurors were drawn to attend tho October term of court: R. E. Bates, 13. D. Bunnell, V. S. Bartleson, Elmer Boll, Elmer Bates, Justus Carey, Peter Cronln, Scott L. Eck, Frank E. Farnham, I. C. Giles, Fred C. Keen, Charles Locklln, Andrew Mellous, George McConnon, Frnnk Oliver, John Pen warden, A. S. Phillips, M. A. Quln ney, John Ryan, John Sossenhelmer, George W. Sherman, Sylvester Smith, Ellis Sleesor and Wallace Varcoo. Court met at 2 p. m. Monday, Judge Searl...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 October 1910

THE CITIZttX, WEDNESDAY, OCT. If), 1010. SELECT COLLING Camels In Harness. Tho Australian, wlio were prcJu-J diced in fnvor of thp horse for n long time, had only to bo shown the camel's usefulness In opening up their grout cciitrnl desert when they took them into tho country by thousand from Asia mid Africa, nnd they have by sci entific building within fifteen yeim won tho proud distinction of prodtic inf tho best drnft cnmcls In the world, says Captain Fritz Duquesnc In Success Magazine. And, what is more, tho great Australian desert is no longer nn impnssable waste. Tho cnmcl trains, with their tinkling bells and red tassels nnd valuable loads of merchan dise, travel front ono side of the con tinent to tho other, adding millions to the wealth of tho country. From tho mines in tho interior where there is no water for milling purposes the camel comes laden with quartz. It can be seen pulling tho plow, trotting to tho farmer's buggy and it is used ns n saddle animal. The camel requi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 October 1910

THE C1TIZH.S, WKUNUSDAY, OCT. 1, 1010. TIMELY HINT FOR FARMERS Weaning Pigs. Figs can bo Weaned nt eight weeks, but It Is better not to wenn tliom be fore ten or twelve. When weaned too curl tho growth Is npt to bo stunted unless tbey nro nbumlautly supplied with now milk fed nt body heat. It Is more slmplo to glvo tho sow liberally of milk soaked grain and let her nurse them longer. Boforo weaning tho pigs castrato any of tho boars that aro not desired for breeding uso. The young pigs usually will eat when threo weeks old nnd should bo fed. Etaro a small feeding pen for them which tho sow ennnot enter. At first giro them sweet milk, only it must not bo sour. After they aro flvo or six weeks old add a llttlo grain feed, such as shorts, to tho milk. When tho tlmo comes to wean them com pletely do not risk taking them away from tho sow at onco. Spread the Manure. Applying manure in heaps is objec tionable for several reasons. Tho labor of handling Is Increased, thero Is danger from lo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 October 1910

TU CITIZEN, WKI)Xi;SI)AV, OCT. 1I, 1010. THE CITIZEN rnntlSllKIl EVKItY WEPNEfWAY awd fiuday by TIIK CITIZEN rUllMRIIINO COMPANY. Entered ns Hccoml-rlnss matter, nt the post olllco. llouusilnlu. '. BUDSCIIIPTION Jl.GO K, 1). IIAHDKNHKUnil. - 1MIKSIDKNT W. W. WOOU. MANAGER AND SECY directors: c. ii. d0rfi.ikc1kr. m. n. allen, ucnry wilson. k. b. iiahdenberdh. W. W. WOOD. WHDXKSD.VV, OCT. 10, 1010. JIKI'UIILIOAN TICKET. Ii'or Governor JOHN K. TENER.. For Lieutenant Governor JOHN M. REYNOLDS. Secretary of Internal Affairs HENHY HOUCK. Stato Treasuror CHAS. P. WRIGHT. For Congress, C. C. PRATT. For Stato Senator, ' WINFRED D. LEWIS. COUNT!. Representative, H. C. JACKSON. Do your work right and leavo re sults to the natural outcome. There are people who try so hard to stay young that they wear,th'eni selves out, and grow old faster than anyone else. We notice with regret that many of the reformed gamblers and evan gelist ball players are men who have lost the knack of dealing from the bo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 October 1910

TIIK CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, OCT. HI, HMO. I CENT A WORD COLUMN .$10 REWARD ottered to person who gives necessary Information for conviction of party who broke sky light on the Hcrbeek-Donicr Co. building laBt week. The Hcrbcck- Demcr Co. S3t2 WANTED n girl for general housc- wnrlf. H07 TiVl11rnnn1i cfrnnt Iloncsdalc. tf WANTED ur, HOUCIIEHS wanted nt the Wayne Cut Glass company, Townnda, Pa. tf. WANTED Ten men to work on road nt Forest Lake club. Apply to A. L. Bishop, superintendent, Mast Hope, Pa., or J. D. Weston 82t2 A HAllCiAIX A six horse-power upright boiler In good order for sale. Seclyvllle Fire Co. tf HIGHEST CASH market price paid for cider, Jelly and winter apples nt Lake Ariel. Charles L. Simons. 80t5. WANTED AT ONCE A good cham ber maid at Hotel Wayne tf WANTED A good kitchen girl at Hotel Wayne. FOIl SALE Kelly & Stelnmnn brick factory building. Including1 en gine, boiler and shafting. Inquire of J. B. Robinson. COtf. LOCAL MENTION. Capt. James Ham Circle, Lad les 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. — 19 October 1910

TIIB CITIZEN', WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10, 1010. The Scrap Book Ho Wouldn't Repeat. When Hairy I.ituder went to Lon don for tlio first time tlio staRo reputa tion he lnul made In thu provinces had Hot ninilo much of nn Impression on the metropolis. With n shrewd sense of the vntiio of striking effects, I.nuder decided he would arouse the London ers to Ills pocul lnr merits in a novel m n n n o r. Krotn some bono yard or other ho proeurel the most skeleton-like spec imen of horseflesh he could find. On this he planned to ni n k o his first stflco entrance. The old horso wis trnctnblo enough -with Lnu der nstrlde nwnlt- nunnED ms amino lug his turn In back. the wings, but when the little fellow urged him for ward for the grand entrance there was a balk, a buck, and Harry was lnnlo rlously shot to tlio front of the stage over tho horse's head, the animal peer ing after him with what might bo termed an amused expression. Lau der slowly and painfully rose to his feet, while the gallery npplnudet...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 October 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10, 1010. ROADMAjSlNGp GERMAN ROADS. Experiments In Surface Materials to Lessen Dust and Mud. Tho construction and maintenance af stroots and roads Is a matter of groat public Interest In Germany. From every standpoint military, agricultural, commercial, liyglonlc, economic tho question of good roads Is doomed ol the utmost Importance Every encouragement Is given to those experimenting along theso linos, and many lmprovemouts originating hero have boon adopted in other parts of tho world. Ono of tho matters now rocelvlng tho special attention of German scientists, highway authori ties and engineers, Is the treatment of streets and roads for tho purposo of obviating dust and mud. While tho modern paving of streets and tho more solid construction of roads resulting from tho uso of maca dam and other hard materials have largely ellmluatod the mud and tho consequent clogging of traffic In periods succeeding heavy rainfalls, tho dust has still remained to pla...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 October 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10, 1010. n tt 4- K VALUABLE NEWS FROM Important Happenings and Personal Items Contrib uted by TH B CITIZEN'S Corps of Correspondents. uicu uy i no i itcn o GOULDSBORO. . . . i , t .i -i t. The funeral of Luther 0. Dortrco. who died after several months' sick-; nCf,? 'm h?m? 'e,twecnMoscow! was held at tho M. P. church, Dale- vllle, Sunday afternoon and was largely nttonded. Friends wore present from the surrounding towns for miles around. Hev. Murray, pastor of tho M. E. church, Moscow, officiated. He was well known hero and had many friends and will bo greatly missed. Among those that attended from Gouldsboro and vi cinity were: Messrs. S, H. Rhodes, A. L. Rhodes, W. I,. Harvey, R. B. Decker, R. W. Balcom, George Trltchler, Mrs. G. A. Korltng, Mrs. M. E. Smith, Mrs. Brown and daughter, Mr. Stalbridge, Freytown, Mr. and Mrs. Doran, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Siglln, Mrs. S. Siglln, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Heller and daughter, Miss E. V. Gershbncker, Mrs. John Kurt...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 October 1910

THE WEATHER Friday cloudy ucnthcr vlll prevail with fresh northerly to northeasterly winds and nearly stationary temperatures. V jr t? V tC K If tC fC tC tC tf K K K y y, Scml-Weekly Founded 3 1908 " r. . i 2 Weekly Founded, 1844 J i K" v tc tf if t? i? 4 c t? icHir i n i... n of the JgP 1 REPUBLICAN PJltfY caw 0 J J J S .X t .X .X ;3 1 J JIJ 67th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1910. 2L' NO 84 BOLD HOLD UP TWO MUX THY TO HOB AGED couple ox road from haw- LEY TO WHITE MILLS WED NESDAY KASCAIiS ESCAPE. "It looks a little "boogerlsh" along here. I guess I'll get my whlpj handy," remarked Charles K. Schoon over of this place to his wife, as they were driving along the road from Hawley to White Mills on Wednes day evening between 7 and 8 o'clock, homeward bound from a business trip to Hawley and other towns. Hardly had the words escaped him -when two strnnge men jumped out of the bushes, and attempted to grab the horse's head. With rare presence of mind Mr. Schoonov...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 October 1910

THE 01TIZIJN, Fill DAY, OOTOHlSIt 21, 1010. ATTACK ON TENER WAS BOOMERANG Reputable Editors Repudiate Journalistic Mendacity, NOT A SINGLE DIRECT CHARGE Candidate For Governor Helped Rather Than Injured by the Work of the Mud Sllnger. Roputablo nowspapora throughout Pennsylvania aro resenting and con demning tho disgraceful Journalistic attacks that have been mado on John K. Toner, the Republican nomlnoo for governor. Misrepresentations of a scandalous character have been mntlo In tho at tempt to ruin tho reputation of Mr. Tener, but investigations Into tho facts of the enso have shown that Mr. Tener has acted In a thoroughly honorable and upright manner In overy transac tion that has been referred to and through which his political enemies have sought to place him In a false light beforo the peoplo. Tho efforts of a sensational newspa per to have It appear that Mr. Toner, through his connection with tho Public Utilities Corporation, has placed him self In n position to forfeit tho ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 October 1910

THE OITIZKfl, Fill DAY, OCTOItUIt 21, 1010. BALLON STS Ten Begin International Gontest From St. Louis. MANY DELAYS- IN STARTING. Bennett Cup and $4,750 Are Prizes Of fered Schaeck and Armbrustcr Seek Their Air Line at an Alti tude of 2,500 Feet. St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 18. Ten monster rncitiR balloons, representing four countries, have starteil In the anuunl international race, for which the prizes nro the James Gordon Bennett cup anil ?4,750. . All stnrtlnp heavy, as the aeronauts say, with the exception of Schaeck nnd Arnilirustcr lu the Helvetia, wjilch got awny light nnd sought a better nlr Hue at nu altitude of 2,1500 feet, the ten Walloons headed north by northeast and north when they left the nscenslon grounds. The balloons starting last had not only the ndvantago of the twilight and cool gas, but also of a better air direc tion, for as one by one the aeronauts rose they pointed more and more to the north. There were so many delays In start ing, due to the pilots' inability to I...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 October 1910

THE CITIZEN, I"UllAY, OCTOUElt 21, 11)10. THE CITIZEN PUBLISHED KVKRT WEDNESDAY AND fl'.lDAY BV THE CITIZEN rUlll.lRllING COMPANY Entered ns second-class tnntter. nt tho post olllco. lloticsdnlc. I'n. BUBSCHIPTION U.BO K. B. HARDEN11IC11011, PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SKC'Y directors: 0. u. dorrj.inoer. m. b. allen. ux1sry wilson. k. b. 1iardenbkr01i. W. MT. WOOD. 1MMDAV, OCT. ill, HMO. ltKl'UIUilCAN TICKET. .'or Governor JOHN K. TENEIt. For Lieutenant Governor JOHN M. REYNOLDS. Secretary of Internal Affairs HENRY HOUCK. State Trcasuror CHAS. P. WRIGHT. For Congress, C. C. r-RATT. For Stnto Senator, WINFRED D. LEWIS. COUNTY. Representative, H. C. JACKSON. Somebody has said thnt there are more young men in the penitentiary In this country learning trades than there are outside of them. The prin cipal cause of this is, we are educat ing our young men for gentlemen; trying to make lawyers, doctors and clerks out of the material nature Intended for blacksmiths, carpenters, and ...

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