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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 January 1909

wtt.nvTTiinR umPATHKD and UDholster- ed. and all kinds of Cabinet Workvr done rompuy ana rcasonaDiy oj inuuwiuaniu, uain siroci. tu, FOK BALK. A Sawmill and Turbine Wheel,, complete: also Urlstmlll and, Tur bine Wheel. Hoover Lumber Co.. Wllkes Barrc, Pa. 7t4 LOST. Between upper brldee and lower end of town, a blue check hornc blanket. Finder will leave same at Hotel Wayne. AMOS WARD, Auctioneer. Heady to, ac commodateall comers. Bethany, Pa. 4ell0 FARM of 182 acres for sale. .Good house, a barn that will accommodated cows, Bhorsea ahd 100 tons of hay. Farm well watered. New chicken house that will accommodates JOO chickens. Large alio. No better farm In Wayne county. Situated one-half mile from Tillage. Inquire at The Citizen offlce. FOR SALE A good two-seated Sleigh, reasonable. Inquire Hotel Wayne. 45tf FOR SALE-ltay house, on Kast Extension street. Large lot with sixty feet front. M. K. Simons. "3'" FURNITURE at BROWN'S, Parlor Suits at Brown's, Bedroom Suits at Brown's, Couches...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 January 1909

Oje Younger Set l Copyrighted, SYNOPSIS OK PHKCKMNU CHAPTERS. Chap. 1-lteturnlng from Manila, Captain Sclwyn. formerly of the army, is welcomed home by his sister. N Ina (ierard. her wealthy husband Austin, and their numerous chilu ren. Klleen Krroll, ward of Mna and Austin. Is part of their household. Selwln has been divorced, without vgullt on his part, by his wife. Allxe, who Is now tins wife of .lack Ruthven. with whom she ran away from Sclwvn. II Klleen, who Is very fond of her brother, (ierald, despite the young man's neglect of her, makes friends with Selwyn Ilf-Uerald Is worried about young hrroll's mingling In the fast set (ierald Is employ ed by Julius Xeergard, a reale state operator hi a large way. tselwyn promises Klleen ho will look after her brother. He tells her nbout Hoots Uinslng, his army chum In .Manila, who Is coining to New Vrk. In the park Klleen and Sclwyn ride past Allxe. 1 Klleen's deceased father was an archaeol ogist, and she has Inherited some of his sch...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 January 1909

The Younger Set. (Continued from pace 6) roll. His family, I believe, ends there, floes It not?" "Yes, Mrs. Fnne." "I see. Miss Erroll Is naturally wor ried over him. But I wonder why she did not come to mo herself Instead of sending you as her errant ambassa dor." "Miss Erroll did not send me," ho said, flushing up. And, looking stead ily Into the smiling doll's face confront ing him, he knew again that be had failed. She smiled. "Como to me on your own errand, for Gerald's sake, for any body's sake, for your own preferably, and I'll listen, but don't come to me on another woman's errands, for I won't listen even to you." "I have como on my own errand," ho repeated coldly. "Miss Erroll knew nothing about It and shall not hear of It from me. Can you not help me. Mrs. Fane?" But Rosamund's rose china features had hardened Into a polished smile, and Selwyn stood up wearily to make his adieu. But as ho entered his hansom before the door he knew the end was not yet, and once more he set...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 January 1909

Correspondence Items Gathered by THE CITIZEN STAFF m M&plewood. Jan. 22d. O. P. Sharp is laid up'for repairs, as Hie result of a large cakeof ice being dropped on his foot a few days ago. 8".mons Brothers, 'whose mill is at present located on the Marcus VanCamp lumber-tract, are having troubles of their own, on account of broken cylin der springs, also a broken cut-off valve and pipe. There will be no school in Miss Bid 'well's room until next Monday, owing to the death and burial of her father. Miss Bidwell has many friends here who sympathize with her in her bereave ment. We have had zero weather for a few days, which brings a smile to the faces of those engaged in the ice harvest. The ice is in fine conditional present, and they are both filling the houses and shipping cars. Elling LaBarr.of Scranton, spent yes terday with his uncle, Henry O. Silk man. Mr. Silkman is very ill, and it is doubtful if he recovers. Paul Hosenberger, who had the mis fortune to crush two lingers, w...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 January 1909

UU Library Jnluono I Scml-Wcckly Founded! Wayne County Organ of the REPUBLICAN PARTY g 1908 Weekly Founded, 1844 66th YEAR. HONBSDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1909. NO. 9 MTHIr BILLS UP California Legislature Again Warned by Governor. ANOTHER PRESIDENTIAL LETTER President Roosevelt Declares It Would Be Dangerous to En act Discriminatory Laws Against Japanese. Sacramento, Cnl., Jan. 27. Governor Olllett'H message to the legislature on the Japanese question has had the effect of crystallizing the sentiment for and against the hills Introduced by Drew and Johnson, against which President Roosevelt has Invoked the governor's power and which are up In the legislature today. The president Informed the governor that It would be extremely dangerous for the legislature to enact any laws that might he construed by Japan as discriminatory. He wired Governor Glllett that another letter to him was on the way. This Is expected to throw more light on the situation as regards Japun and ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 January 1909

THE CITIZEN. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AKD FRIDAY BY THE Cm ZEN rOHLI8IIINQ COMPANY. Entered as second-clnss matter, at the post ofllce, Honesdale, Pa. B. U. IIARDENBEROn, - - PRESIDENT VT. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SECY dibectobb: C. It. DORFMKOEB. IIIMBY WILSON. W. W. WOOD. M. B. ALLEN. E. B. IIABDENBERQII. SUBSCRIPTION : $1.50 A YEAR. IN ADVANCE HARD ON SCHOOLS. The State Normal School State Aid Exhausted Pupils Must Pay Tuition. According to notification received by Normal School Trustees from State Sup erintendent of Public Instruction, Dr. Nathan C. Schaffer. the allowance at Harrisburg for State aid to the thirteen Normal Schools of Pennsylvania was ex hausted some time since. This implies that students in those institutions will be obliged to pay their tutition for part of the present term and all of the spring term. As there are a number of Wayne county students in the State Normal Schools, especially those of Stroudsburg, Mansfield and West Chester, the report ed lack of fu...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 January 1909

CENT A WORD COLUMN IDONOTCAllE howbad tho upholstei tery ooa on your rurniturc I will make same as gi as new. win repair furniture so that it is as si rone as new, bavins learned my trade In GcrmanT. Pprfprt. nntlafnrttnn In imnrnntpnrl lec llnl gy ine wayne upholsterer, TUco. Listen, No, ) Main street, Honesdale KAItM of 100 acres, 20 cows and tools Kde- sirea. rcasy arlve tollonesdale. Call at this oillce for Informal Ion. 8tf HAIIt MATTHESSK8 made over by the uyne county upnoisterer, Tneo. J.isKcn. 030 Main street. PUnNITUKE BEPAIHKD and Upholster ed, and all kinds of Cabinet Work, done promptly and reasonably by Theo Llskcn. 830 Main street. 722 FOR SALE. A 8awmlll and Turbine wheel,, complete; also Urlstmlll and Tur bine Wheel. Hoover Lumber Co., Wllkes Barre. Pa. Tt4 LOST. Between upper bridge and lower end of town, a blue check horse blanket. Finder will leave same at Hotel Wayne. AMOS WA11D, Auctioneer. Heady to ac commodate all comers, llcthany. Pa. 4eil0 KARM of 182 acres ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 January 1909

New York In Truth and liable Nature Study bi the Heart of (ho Metrop. oils Some Modern Experiments bi Mortification of the Flesh. The Painless Dentist. From Our Now York Correspondent. iLTHOTJGH John Burroughs, Mr. Jloosevclt and tho other nature experts are not likely to find mo an aggressive ri val, I liave re cently been do ing a rather In teresting stunt In .bird study. Unlike the Sage of Slabsldcs nnd some of tho na t u r o students who are still smarting under tho official des ignation of fak er, I do not project my rev elations from the heart of the ancient wood. My center of activity has been on Manhattan Island nnd my point of observation tho top floor of a latter day apartment house. Sitting at my window half an hour before tho close of one of these brief est days of the year, I was amazed to see flock after flock of birds In rapid southern flight. There were so many of them that at no time during the half hour or so before darkness came was even my limited skyscape free f...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 February 1909

, . r Afoot Wayne County Orgpn Seml-Wcekly Founded i 1908 of the ' REPUBLICAN PARTY ; Weekly Founded, 1844 HONBSDALB, WAYNE CO., PA., "WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1909. NO.IG 66th YEAR. PLOT TOKILL CZAR ymlral's Daughter One of Suspects Arrested. SCORES OF HOUSES SEARCHED Girl, Eighteen, Who lived In Lux ury, Found Carrying Revolu tionary Manifesto Written In Invisible Ink. St Petersburg, Feb. 2. Another plot to kill the czar and other members of the imperial family has been discov ered here, nnd one of the suspects ar rested Is the eighteen-year-old daugh ter of Bear Admiral Batakoff, who is wealthy apart from the emoluments of his naval office and lives In a splen did mansion on the Nevsky Prospect. The police raided the headquarters of the Union of Clerks and Shop Em ployees and nrrested two men who were found on the premises. They searched the place and discovered a number of manifestoes and a quantity of correspondence and illegal litera ture. As they were about to depart a young gi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 February 1909

THE UNDERWEAR QUESTION. The Cotton and Linen Fetlah an Example of Backward Evolution Nonogennrlan Sustained by the Wool Producers. After advocating the doctrine of wear ing flannel next the skin in our very severe winter climate, and reprehending (hat other one, of substituting cotton or linen fabrics in the place of it, and giv ing philosophy, law, and reason for the truth of ray .position, (which does not require "a learned, able, and 'scholarly gentleman," when we consider the knowledge of our school boys), I see nothing left of the subject for future ar gument. It is unnecessary to recapitu late trom my iormer communications. They have not been refuted, and cannot be, for those arguments are irrefutable, and our would-be philosopher of cotton and linen has no ground to stand upon ; in the language of our forensic neigh bors, he is "ruled out of court." However much the doctrine of evolu tion and developemeiit has operated and is operating, to advance the practice of medicine to ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 February 1909

WASHINGTON LETTER Bpactal Correspondence. It having been definitely determined fejr Chairman Edward J. Stellwagen of the Inauguration committee that the veteran soldier and sailor organiza tion shall hare tho position of honor in the parade of March 4 personal ca vort to the president elect and vice rildent elect representatives of the A. R., Union Veteran legion, the United Spanish War Veterans and the Army and Navy union have been add d to the committee on civic organiza tions. Ooneral O. O. Howard has also accepted the appointment as marshal t the veteran division, which will es ort Mr. Tsft and Mr. Sherman from too White House to tho capltol, where they will take the oath of office. Parade In Two Divisions. Tho most sorlpus problem that con fronts Major Ooneral J. Franklin Bell, who will be grand marshal of the pa ade, will be to keep It within reason able bounds. To shorten tho regular parade It has been decided to divide It Into two divisions. One will be the ecort, consisting...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 February 1909

THE CITIZEN. FSaUSHTD STIXT TOD1TESDAT AJTD FRIDAY BT the cmzEH roBLisnnio coxrArr. fotered as second-class matter, at tnepost office, Honesdale. Pa. K. B. HARDENBERGII, - - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SKC'V DIBDCT0B8 i C 8. DOBfXQtaES. HXS&T WILBOS. M. P. ALLEK. E. B. 11ABDEKBGBQ11. . W. WOOD. ASY man is in favor .ot rcform.if allowed to select the starting point. Sympathy in the abstract makes no impression on a man with an empty stomach. PEOrLE do not think much of your opinion unless you happen to think as they do. SUBSCRIPTION: $1.50 a teak, is advance WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1909. REPUBLICANS, Way down in North Carolina, sir miles from any railroad depot, there is printed a Republican newspaper. It started a few years ago with thirty sub scribers and was printed on a press -worked by foot power. Only one em ployee, and he was the, employer, be :Sag editor, devil and everything else. To-day the paper has over a half a mil lion subscribers and is still growing. It b...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 February 1909

DR. BAKNKT OOLDKS will be at IbeAUen Ilouse all day Thursday. Feb. i tb, and at Hawley Feb. 6th. FA11MS WANTED.-With stoct preferred. Send aU particulars to P. U. Box 21S. Ilawley. Fa. tl WANTED. To buy. rent or work on shares a ISO or more acre farm, complete with house, barn and stock. Cmzo office. HELP WANTED. All klnds-now. Ad dressEmployment Bureau, 15 Clement St, Liberty. N. Y. 1W7 I DO NOT CARE bow bad the upholstery n your furniture. I will make same as good as new. Will repair furniture so that It is as strone as new. having learned my trade In Germany. Perfect satisfaction is guaranteed by the Wayne Upholsterer. Theo. Lisken. o. S30 Main street, llonesdale FARM of 100 acres, 20 cows and tools If de sired. Easy drive tollonesdale. Call at this office for informal ion. 1 This is appeal week, and Commio eioncra Hornbeck, Mandeville and Mad den will be at the Court Hones' every day, to listen to taxpayers' complaint. Fred. Keynolda liaa .leased Oneida Hall, on Sixth street, an...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 February 1909

a i Oje Younger Set SYNOPSIS OK PKECEDINf) CHAPTERS" Chap. l-Rctumlns from Mnnlla. Captain Selwyn. foimcrly of the army. Is welcomed home by his sister. Nina Gerard, her wealthy husband Austin, and their numerous child ren. Klleen Krroll. ward of Nina and Austin, is part of their household. Sclwin has been divorced, without euilt on hi? part, by his wife. Alixe. who Is now the wife of Jack Huthveu, with whom she run away from Selwyn. II Klleen, who Is very fond or her brother, Cicrald. despite the young man's neglect of her. makes friends with Selwyn III-Geraldls worried about young hrroll's mingling In the fast set (Jcrald Is employ iil by Julius Necrgard. a reale state operator m a large way. Selwyn promises Eileen he will look after her brother. He tells her about Hoots Lansing, bis army chum In Manila, who is coming to New York. In the park Eileen and Selwyn ride past Alixe. 1 Eileen's deceased father was un archaeol ogist, and she has inherited some of bis scholarly qualities. ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 February 1909

fin, a-". . j ,t BEEiHBSKl iaarajt EX The Younger Set. (Continued train pace C) "Then nobody can afford to take yon away from me, CapUtn Selwyn." Ha flushed with pleasure. "That U the prettiest thing a woman ever ad- I ml t ted to a man," he said. "What moro la thero than oar con- Ifldence In each other and our con tent?' she Bald. And, as he did not respond: "I won- Ider If you realize how perfectly lovely I you have been to me since you have come Into my life. Do youT Do yon remember the first day the very first I how I cent word to you that I wished lyou to see my first real dinner gown? Smile If you wish ah, but you don't! Cou don't understand, my poor friend. how much you became to me In that tittle Interview! Men's kindness Is a strange thing. They may trr and try, and a girl may know they are trying and, tn her turn, try to be grateful, but ilt is all effort on both sides. Then, 1th a word, an Impulse born of chance or Instinct, a man may say and do that4whlrh a woman can nev...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 February 1909

mstmmmm 1 v'SjSSSi iv THE centenary of the birth o. Abrnhnra Lincoln Is bringing a new and larger vlew.of tht man. The world Is coming more and moro to see the soul side of him, to lose sight of petty nud nones sential circumstances belonging to hit personality and environments and tc measure his real stature. The more I have studied Lincoln the moro I have been struck by the mira cle of htm. That this child of the wil derness, this offspring of poor whites without education except such as he could give to himself, without a single advantage In blood, training, wealth or environment, should grow into a man whoso speeches were marvels ot logical reasoning and Intellectual pin' er, whose neumen as n statesman ana diplomat exceeded that of men long trained, whose literary style was clas sic, whose life was essentially without LINCOLN'S OFFICE CHAIR. a stain, whose soul was that of a prophet and whose mercy, patience and gentleness recall the divine man of Galilee strlko me as a marvel ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 February 1909

Seml-VVcekly Founded; Wayne .County Organ 1908 of -the Weekly Founded, 1844 REPUBLICAN PARTY 66th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1909. NO. 11 JAPAN RESENTFUL United States Attacked In Diet at Tokyo. MIKADO'S COUNTRYMEN ABUSED Count Hattori Declares That Dig nity of Yellow Nation Is 111 Treated by Legislators In American States. Tokyo, Feb. 8. In the Japanese diet Count Hattori, the lending elder states man of the opposition, made a bitter und sensational attack on the United States. He declared that the Jnponese were denied an equal opportunity In the United States and were abused by Americans. He also asserted that Ja pan's dignity had been Injured by the nttacks of legislators In American states and In the congress at Washing ton. He declared that In Cnllfornlu and Nevada Japanese were denied an equal COUNT KOMURA. opportunity and were even abused, by Americans. Recent events, he said, had proved that the anti-Japanese sen timent In America was increasing. 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. — 5 February 1909

.t THE CITIZEN. rcnusnco ktcbt Wednesday aid Friday by tub cmzEjt ruBLHiirHo compart. Entered as second-class matter, at the post offlce, Ilonesdalo. Pa. B. B. HARDENBKKUH, - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SECY DIRECTORS ! c. n. DORrunoEs. m. n. aluch. REXBY WILSOW. e. d. iiabdehbebqii, W. W. WOOD. SUBSCRIPTION: $1.50 a tear, in advance FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1909. February the Boss Month. February is the shortest month in the year's calendar, and winds up with a Sunday holiday at that, but into its twenty-four working days the church, society and politics are unusually well in. evidence. This month is the last of the present administration's lease of power and executive strenuosity, as Mr. Roosevelt gives way to President Taft on the 4th of March, and when the former again fills the public eye, it will be as it were through the small end of the tele scope, stalking lions and shooting ele phants and capturing rhinoceroses in the interior of Africa. Then on Tuesday last, the seco...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 February 1909

CENT A WORD COLUMN SCHOOL TEACHERS If you liavo n few hours cacb day that you can spare from your work we will show you how to Inrreaco your enrnlncs. 1JoxC81, Honcsdale l'a. tt FARM FOR RALE.-Oneorthcbcstcqulpp-v ed farms lit Wayno Co, Situated about 3 miles from Honcsdale Everything up-to-dato Over $3,000 has been expended within the lost few years In buildings, tools and Im provements 15flneres,'75 acres of which are ffood hard wood timber Will bo sold reason ablyA bargain: for further particulars In quire of W. v. WOOO, Citizen Office. FARMS WANTEI.-Vlth stock preferred. Send all particulars to I'. O. l)ox216,Hawlcy, Pa. tl WANTED. To buy, rent or work on shares a 100 or moro ncre farm, complete with house, barn and stock. Citizen olUcc. HELP WANTED. All klnrts-now. Address-Employment ISurenu, 15 Clements St., Liberty, N. Y. 1017 WANTED In every Hamlet, Village, and Township, cncreetlc pcoplowho wllluscthelr spare tlmo for eood pay. Ilox 681. Honcsdale, Pa. tf PERSONAL. Another ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 February 1909

Correspondence Items Gathered by THE CITIZEN STAFF Clinton. Feb. 1st. At present the residents of this section are enjoying ngenuine north ern winter, which makes ono long for a warmer climate. Mrs. James Dann was a guest of her daughter, Mrs. Garrett, of Honesdale, last week. Mrs. Louise Curtis is passing several weeks with her daughters, who reside in Uniondaie and Carbondale. Mrs. 0. R. Bunting and Mrs. Katlior ine Sanders recently spent several days with Carbondale friends. Charles Sanders, of Syracuse, N. Y., spent Sunday with his father. Mrs. A. J. Merwin and son, of Way mart, spent several days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Bunt ing. Rev. Mr. Kcllcrman, who has been holding revival meetings In the Bnptitt church, at Aldcifville, preached to the Centre people tho last two Babbnths very acceptably. On Thursday last as II. Bullock, of South Clinton, was driving his team from Woymart to his home, tho hind axle broke and the occupants were thrown from the wagon. ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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