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 4,101 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.
4,101 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 October 1908

v "STv ! Library Jaona Ctfaett ieml-Weekly Founded Wayne County Organ 1908 of the Weekly Founded. 1844 REPUBLICAN PARTY 65th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1908. NO. 31 REPUBLICANS TO VOTE STRAIGHT To Follow Advice of Rooseye!! 1 and Stand Cy Party. ! DEMOCRATS WOOING A GAL 'Hoping to Catcti Opponents Off The Quard, They Are Sccrc ly Workiiv For Corr.rllmentary Votes Fcr Cc diJstcs For the Lcglrlature and F Congrecs Throughout Pcnnsylvsr.i Special Corrorpcndence.1 Harrl3burg, Oct. 27. "Vote tho full Republican ticket: d. not aid the Democrats In nny way lr this prcsldcn'ial year; follow the ad vice of President Roosevelt, and close up the party ranks and present a soil., front to. the enemy." That In a "sentence expresses thr general policy of Republicans of thin state as evinced on every hand, and the efforts of Democrats and assistant Democrats to persuade Republicans to vute for Independent or Democratic nominees for the legislature or fo: congress are provi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 October 1908

THE CITIZEN. reiiusin:p i;vi:uv m:inkm).y am rnw.VY hy tiii: rrriZKN itiii.iriiimi mMrNV. Knlcrcilax msiiiiiIm 1af-s matter, at the post-1 ollicc, HonoMlale. SUltSl'ltll'TION: $1.50 A YKA1J. IN AIVANCK K. II. IIAUIiKNliKUIJll, I'KKSIDKNT V. W. WDOD, - MANAOKIi AND SKC'Y nnm-rons: c. ii. noiiFMSurn. m. n. ai.i.i.x. m:xiv mixtx. :. 11. n uinr.NiiKmui. .. ixm. REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATIONAL. yon i'ui:siiiknt. WII.I.I AM HOW A Kl TA IT. or Ohio ron viei: riiiini:XT. JAM KS S. yil i:i!M AN. of Now York. STATK. ron .lrrmr.or mtrkioi! cornT, VM. 1. I'OliTKR. of Allegheny. 1USTKUT. roll nMii;ns. OHAIil.KS ('. I'l! ATT, of Susquehanna, fill! MTl'. M.N vtoi:. SAMl'KI.W. Mol-TOKO. of Carbon. COl'NTY. mn niTHKr.xTTivi:. W. K. ri:i:UAM,of Mount l'lon-ant. KOI! MtrmtT. M. I.KH 151! AM AN. of lloncMlale. roi: i'kotiioxoti:y. nc. WAI.I.ACIC .1. IIAUNKS.of licrlln. foil nniiMTi: ni i:i:ontii.i:. AM-'liKIMi. IlI.AKK.of lii lliany. roll OirNTY COMMI .Imni lis,- .1. K.IIoi:NI!i:cK..r Kiiulnimk. THOMAS!'. ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 October 1908

CENT A WORD COLUMN WAYNE CCONTY TKACHERS will re ceive an artistic, new calendar during Insti tute week, at Petersen's. 31eol2 FOH KENT. Three rooms and basement. Call at m Sprine street. 31tf ANNOUNCEMENT. The eleventh annual ball of the Alert Klre Co.. of East Honesdnle. will be given at Alert Hall on Wednesday evening. Oct. 2M. 190t). A general Invitation is extended. Tickets. 50 cents. In connection with the ball, the Ladles' Improvement So cieties of East lloncsdale. Cliff. Cottage and ltlver Sts., will serve a supper In the dining room of the Hall, with first table at 5:30 p. m. Supper tickets, 35 cents, SSV2 WANTED. Everybody to know that Dr. D. Golden, eyesight specialist, of Carbondalo, will beat the (Sale, lloncsdale. Friday. Oot. 23, of this week, from !i:(X)a. ni..until 2:30 p.m.: and at Park View Cottage, Hawley, from 3:00 p. m until 8:00 p. m. WE HAVE a large assortment of ladders on hand for apple picking. U. Watts. 27t3 FOR SALE OR FOR" RENT. Dwelling house, corner o...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 October 1908

Uawick. Oct. '26th. Mrs. Oliver Locklin enter tained her mother, Mrs. L. Phillips, ami bnillier, of Hawley, yesterday. l'eter Weber, of Cross lork, I'n., a for mer occupant of tlie " Lour l'ond 1 louse," was calling on friends at I.akeville the first of the week. Viola Sleezer, of Ilnwley, accompanied her sister, Mrs. Lyons, home on Satur day afternoon. Flora Schultz, of the Cherry ltidgo farm, will go to New York the latter part of this week to spend the winter. Mrs. A. lioble recently passed the day with her friend, Mrs. Augusta Keyes, of Ilnwley. On Tuesday ltyron Tattle will move from the toll house at Wilsouville to the Skinner house. Kugene Sheeley, of Tort .lervis, was a visitor at William Kheelev's last week. He was a Ihst -class blacksmith and is now a veterinary surgeon. Our postmaster, .lohn l. .lordens, went to New York yesterday, to be ab sent several days attending to business matters. lohn ltueseher had a very sick horse last week. As Spencer Daniels was crossing the ...

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 November 1908

tfaett beml-Weekly rounded w. Wayne County Organ 1908 I of the SB ... . . .52 I REPUBLICAN PARTY & Weekly hounded, 1844 ffl 65th YEAR. HONE SD ALB, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1908. NO. 32 r' An Antebellum Novelist Recalled. Relatives of Mnjor Theodore Wln throp recently presented to the Public library of New York the manuscripts of that short lived writer, whoso liter ary career was abandoned at the call of bis country. Tho manuscripts in cludd "Cecil Drceme," "John Brent" .and "Ed-win Brothcrtoft," all written In the fifties and alive with the spirit of that time. "Cecil Dreeme" Is n romance of tho literary and art center of old New York and appeals only to those who Imagine that the world of art Is a sphere set off by Itself, and Its denizens more or less under the Influence of uncanny powers. "John Brent" Is just tho opposite of this closet made novel and takes the reader Into tho breezy Ufo of the plains as It was a genera tion before road agents and Indians went...

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 November 1908

THE CITIZEN. rnnuBiiKn kvkiiv wkd.nkbhav and rmnAV nv THE CITIZKN rtllll.lMIINO COMPANY. Kntorcd as mvoiicItIiim matter, nt the mist .olllec. llonesdnlc, ru. SUnsiMUl'TION': fl.H0 a vr.Aii. in advanch H. II. HAltDKXIIKIt'ill. lMlKSinKXT V. V. WOOIl. - MAX.MIKIl AND SECY MIlfcCTOP.H: c. li. noun isnwi. m. is. am.en. 1IKNI1V WIIXIN. I" ' HAMlhNnKIUlH. W, W. WIM 111. THE FARVIEW HOSPITAL. The First Shovelful of Earth Thrown Out on Saturdny. On Friday last architect Sliiik and con tractor Glenn, of Philadelphia, arrived in Carbondale, and with Dr. T. C. Fitz siminoiH, visited Farview, and after in specting the site, made everything ready for beginning the work of laying the foundationn of the mammoth structure. On Saturday the first shovelful of earth was thrown out by contractor Glen, who will superintend the erection of the build- inir. No ceremonies were arranged for the event, but several of the Stateofficers in terested in the project were present, in cluding architect J. C. M. Shi...

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 November 1908

CENT A WORD COLUMN! nOLIDAY KUHNITUUKnt IIHOWX'S. Ylirlnv Knit ot IlMiini'a ucuruum nuus uv iiruwil a. Couches at Hrown's, Fancy Chairs at llrown's. Dlnltie cane and wood Chairs nt Hrown's. NEXT WEKK you will find In our windows real bargains In Collar IMns. Veil Plus, licit Pins. Cult Links and Tic Pins. C. Petersen. WAYNE COUNTY TKACHKKS will re celve an artistic, new calendar during Insti tute week, at Petersen's. 31eol2 KOK IIKNT. Three rooms and basement. Call at im Spring street. 31tf FOR SALE OR FOR RKNT.-RwcIIIiib bouse, corner ot Court and Kighth streets. In quire ot II. Z. Russell. ,WE ARE NOW taklnc m winter apples and elder applcs-hlchcst rash price paid for same. C. A. Cortrlcht. WAYNE FARM AOKNCY.-If you have any larra property or realty or any ituiu, you nrt Mn1.f. ...til. . . ..... . 1 ...... -f ... niiuun im ii miiiitiiiti ,ihii,,ij will be advertised through the United States. oenu lor circular. WAYNE FARM AGENCY, Honcsdale. Pa . 2-.'tr ,.FOR8ALE.-IIouse. 1019 Cour...

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 November 1908

Kitty, Sam and the Peacemaker. Dy COUN S. COLLINS. Copyrighted, 1903, by Associated Literary Press. When It has been "Snm" mid "Kitty" from babyhood it Is "rnthor difficult to pass suddenly to the "Mr. Hustings" nnd "Miss Norwood" stage, noth Sam mid Kitty felt the strain, though each took mental obligation to do nothing that In any way might bo construed Into an overture of friendship. It had nil started Innocently enough. Kitty on her way to the postoflleo en countered Jim Snundcrs. She regarded Saunders as a persistent pest, but she could not Tory well refuse his sugges tion that they stop In nt the drug stor and have n glass of soda. Then It happened that they turned Into Beldlng street In nnlmnted con versation, nnd Sam could not know they had met Just around the corner. Of all the summer visitors to Au burnvllle Sam disliked Saunders the most, nnd Kitty knew It. It looked to him as though she had deliberately ac cepted Saunders' attentions to punish him for n trivial quarrel o...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 November 1908

WttCtt ocnii-vvccKiy rounded Wayne CouRty Organ of Use i Weekly Founded, 1844 REPUBLICAN PARTY 65th "YEAR. HONESDALE, "WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1908. NO. 33 1908 I iCHESJLECTED. Voters Outside Greater City Defeat Ghanler. GREATER NEW YORK FOR TAFT Big Xepublican Majority Is Piled Up la Brooklyn Hisgen Polls a Tenth as Many Votes as Taft. New York, Nov. 4. An tlie result of yesterday's election New York state's thirty-nine electoral votes will be cast for William II. Taft and .Tames S. Sher man, ltoth the Republican national and state tickets are victorious, Charles E. Hughes being re-elected governor. Taft has carried Greater New York by r.,(XKl, It being the first time a Re publican candidate for president hns carried New York. The majority for Hughes in the stnte is between 55,000 and 00,000; for Taft it is 175,000. Reports from all parts of the state Indicate that the 'vote was heavy, the efforts of both gubernatorial candi dates to bring out the ballots being rewarded...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 November 1908

THE CITIZEN. rUBUSIIED ETEBT WEDNESDAY AXD r EI DAT BT THE CITIZEN FCMJSIIISO COMr AST. Enteredas second-class matter, at tbepost ofBoc. Honesdale. Pa. SUBSCRIPTION: tlM A teab. a advaxci: After Election Thoughts. Taft's plurality in Wayne county is 1,211; he receiving 3,018, and Bryan 2,437. C. C. Pratt's plurality in the Congres sional district is about 2,900. It was a Republican victory in Nation, State, and Congressional District, and in the county, our gains being two repre sentatives in county offices, District At torney and Sheriff, who succeed two re tiring Democrats. The old Hoard of Commissioners is re-elected, and it is a just recognition of the honest, faithful manner in which they conducted the office. Messrs. Hanlan's and Gammcll's elec tion was due to their personal popular ity, to which was added the strength that accrues to officials who use the oppor tunity of being officially polite and ac commodating in transacting their duties. Their opponents, Messrs. Barnes an...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 November 1908

CENT A WORD COLUMN 1 HOLIDAY FURJCITUHK at BROWN'S, Parlor Salts st Ilrown's, Bedroom Suits at Brown s. Couches at Brown's. Fancy Chairs at Brown's. Dining cane and wood Chairs at Brown s. 32tt NEXT WEEK yon will find In our windows real banralns in collar l'lns, veil Pins. CuO Links and Tie Pins. C Pins. Belt Petersex. WAYNE CCUNTY TEACHERS will rc ceirc an artistic new calendar during Insti tute week, at Petersen's. ifleoU FOR BEST. Throe rooms and basement. Call at 12M Sprlne street. 3111 FOR SALE OR FOR 11EST.-Dwellliw house. comer of Court and Eighth streets.ln qui re of II. Z. Russell. WE ARE NOW tnklne in winter apples and cider apples-hlebest cash price paid for same. 0. A. Cortrleht. WAYNE FARM AGENCY. If you have any farm property or realty of uny kind, you can register with us free or cost. and proiwrty will be advertised throush the United Mates. Send for circular. WAYNE FARM AGENCY. Honesdale. Pa. 2flf FOR SALE.-IIouse. 1019 Court St. C. T. Rentier. Honesdale. Pa. LOCAL...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 November 1908

Ill HIE IT SH Passing Vessel Saves Crew of Burned Schooner. AID GOMES IN NICK OF TIME. Inlie I. Pollard, a Four Master, and Cargo of Lumber Are Destroy ed on Way to New York. New York, Nov. 2. A story of fire nt sea nnd a timely rescue tvns brought to port by the stenmcr Admiral Schley, from Port Antonio. The Admiral Schley had on bonrd the captnin and crew of the schooner Lulle L. Pollard, which was bound for New York from Fernaudlna with a cargo of lumber and which was burned at sea. Captain J. O. Powell of the schooner told the story of the disaster. "My steward struck a match," he said, "In the engine room to light the side light. Immediately there was nn explosion, which set Arc to the entire forward house, containing two tanks of gaso line, "Nvhich was used to supply the hoisting engine. At the time of the explosion the mate was sitting on the doorstep of the engine room nnd, with the steward, was thrown on deck, but both miraculously escaped unhurt. "The fire spread so rapidl...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 November 1908

he ttectt Wayne County Organ i .saemi-weeKiv rounaca in 1908 of the REPUBLICAN PARTY j i Weekly Founded, 1844 t 7K 65th. YEAE. HONBSDALB, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1908. NO. 34 CHESS TRIAL 1 Farmhand Faces Charge of Murdering Four. WO THE WOMAN DIE IN FIRE? Lamphere Is Accused of Burning .Home, With Woman and Chil dren, After Aiding to Mur der Hen Lured Thither. Laportc, Ind., Nov. 0. Ray Lam VPhere, former farmhand for Mrs. Belle Gun n oss, proprietor of the "mur der fnrm," was placed on trial here to day on the charge of murdering the woman, her three ehlldreu and An drew Helgeleln. Judge Hlcbter presides at the trial. A special venire has been called to provide a jury, and It Is the Intention of Prosecuting Attorney Smith to car ry through the trial without delay. Lnmphere's attorneys, Messrs. Darrow and Worden, are determined to clear their client an soon as possible. "We shall make a determined effort to prove that Lamphere set Are to Hip Gunness house, thereby ca...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 November 1908

THE CITIZEN. PCBUBIIED EVERT WEDNESDAY AKD FRIDAY BY TIIK CITIZEN rOBUBIintO COMPANY. Kntercd as second-class matter, at the post office. Ilonesdale. Pa. SUBSCRIPTION : $1.50 A YEAB. IN ADVANCE E. II. IIAKDKNBKRGH. - - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD, - - MANAGER AND SECY DIRECTORS I C. II. DORFUKQEB. . M. B. ALLEN. HENRY WILSON. E. B. HABDENBEEQII. W. W. WOOD. Bryan and His "Principles.1 Representatives of the Democracy, after crawling out from under the ruins due to the election last week, are beating the nir in a vain attempt to save Bryan's face. As an instance of this, the Herald says : "Thf fact that the Republican party exists to-day is due to the skill and tact exercised by President uooseveit in adopting Mr. Bryan's principles and theories and giving to the country the insurance that while these policies were proper and correct the Republican party was ready and willing to adopt them. Nearly everything commendable in the Republican party to-day is due to the influence which Mr. Bryan ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 November 1908

CENT A WORD COLUMN ! TO HKNT. Houso, nil modern Improve ments. Inquire at 315 Thirteenth street FOHSALE. Kitchen stove, side-board and child's 80-cart. Inquire at 315 Thirteenth St. LOST A young grey and black tiger cat. Answers to tho name ot Billy. Please return to 310 Eleventh St., Honesdale. SOKUKNTO, FLORIDA, a popular and bealthtul winter resort. For best. houses, rooms aqd particulars, address U. M. Itlch art, as above. 3lt5 HOLIDAY FURNITURE at BROWN'S, Parlor Suits at Brown's, ltedroom Suits at Brown's, Couches at Brown's, Fancy Chairs at Brown's, Dining cano and wood Chairs at Brown's. 3ztl FOR KENT. Three rooms and basement. Call at UM Spring street. 31tf FOIt SALE OK FOR BENT. Dwelling housc,corner ot Court and Eighth streets.Iu qulreot II. Z. ltussell. WE AH ENOW taking in winter apples and elder apples-highest cash price paid tor same. C. A. Cortrlght. WAYNE FAItM AHENCY.-If you have any farm property or realty of any kind, you can register with us free of rost.nnd pro...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 November 1908

WASHINGTON LETTER Special Correspondence Somo persons doubtless bare noticed thnt there nro no chimneys ou tbo capl tol building; also that none break tbo ikyllne of tbo new senate and bouse fflco buildings. Up to about tbrco years ago tbo roof jr roofs of tbo bugo capltol building were fairly studded with cblmneys decked with all sorts of boods and Jther contrivances Intended to promoto 1 steady draft. Tbcro were ninety cblmneys topping tbo capltol. Chimneys Disappear. Tbcro was a reason, however, for tbo existence of all tbose cblmneys and tbelr ugly top pieces. Most of tbo senators and representatives loved to see cbcerful fires In tbo fireplaces of tbelr committee rooms, and ns tbo big ilomo dominating tbo capltol building jreated numerous eddies, back drafts and fiurrlos of nir, often blowing direct ly down tbo cblmneys, tbo strange de rlces were erected to counteract tbo an tics of tbe winds. But nil tbat, under tbo direction flrtjfelliott AVoods, tbo superin tendent oflhe cap...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 November 1908

3 Cj 5Sem I-Weekly Founded s Wayne County Orgah 1908 jg Sy. of the Weekly Founded, 1844 REPUBLICAN PARTY aeieieieie 65th YEAR. HONESDALB, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1908. NO. 35 E Reichstag Leaders Say He Should Be Impeached. EVEN CHANCELLOR IS SEVERE. Von Bulow Declares That Emperor William Must Exercise More Prudence, Otherwise Min istry Must Resign. Berlin, Nov. 11. Emperor William never has been so severely denounced as he was during the debute lit the relehstag on the conversations publish ed, with the permission of the emperor, in the London Dally Telegraph, The criticisms of his majesty's court, his ministers nnd his majesty's treat ment of the constitution as well as of his freedom of speech went to lengths that astonished observers acquainted with the traditional caution of the chamber In dealing with the personali ty of the sovereign. The emperor seemedto have no defenders. Herr Welmer, Radical, and Herr Rin ger, Socialist, declared that If any oth er servant of ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 November 1908

THE CITIZEN. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY 1T THE CITIZEN PUBLtfllllKO COMPANY. Entered as second-class matter, at the post ofllce, Honesdale, Pa. sunscniPTioN: fi.s a year, in advance E. B. UAKDKXBKIWH, - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAOEH AND SECY directors: c. ii. dorflinoer. m. n. ai.len. HENRY WILSON. E. II. IIARDENDEROII. W. W. WOOD. GOOD TIMES. When the belt which drives the gov crnor of nn engine slips, breaks or runs off, the engine increases speed and mo mentum, and, unless checked orstopped, there is Biiro to be a SMASH. That is exactly what happened in 1900 to our big NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL AND COM MEHCIAL ENGINE; the Governor belt which was made of COMMON SENSE material, slipped, ran off, and the big Engine gathered such speed and monien turn that if the ENGINEER at Washing ton had not put his hand on the throttle and stopped the tremendous speed, there would have been a terrible Smash. As it was, lie applied the brakes so hard ami so suddenly that the Inertia upset ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 November 1908

CENT A WORD COLUMN ' lost. A Htnnl! Rllvcr watch, nrcsumablr on Fourteenth St. The Under will receive a liberal reward on return ot same to The Crr 17. en oulce. 33 BORKRNTO. FLORIDA, a popular and healthful winter resort. For best houses, rooms and particulars, address O. M. Rich art, as above. Ht5 HOLIDAY FURNITURE at BROWN'S, Parlor Suits at Brown's, , Bedroom Suits at Brown's, Couches at Brown's, Fancy Chairs at Brown's, .... Dining cane and wood Chairs at Brown's. 32ti FOR RKNT. Three rooms and basement. Call at 12M Sprine street. 31tf FOR SALE OR FOR RENT.-Dwelllns house.corner of Court and Eighth strccts.ln quire of H. Z. Russell. WE ARK NOW taking in winter apples and elder apples-highest cash price paid for same. c. A. Cortrlght. WAYNE FARM AGENCY. If you have any farm property or realty of any kind, you can register with us free of cost, and property will be advertised through the United bwtcs. Send for circular. . , WAYNE FARM AGENCY. Honesdale. Pa. 22tf FOR SALK.-H011FP....

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 November 1908

New York In Ghiaro Oscuro. A Pfea For a National Hymn tlow to Bo. como a Philanthropist at liltlo Expense Italian Opera. From Our New York Correspondent! ESIDE3 being professor In Co lumbia university William Mllllgan Sloane Is a 1 8 o president of the National Institute of Arts and Let ters. This doublo dose of distinction docs not In any way make It Im possible for him to be a patriot, and that Is exact ly what he Is un less all signs fall. What else can It be that Inspires him to suggest that his Institute should devote It self to the propa gation of a na tional hymn that Is really worth wlille? Professor Sloane considers It n perfect shame If anything so unpopular as shame can be perfect that this mighty repub lic, which has plenty and to spare of everything else, is still unprovided with a national hymn of sufficient merit to appeal to the real musician as well us to the devotee of ragtime. We have patriotic songs, n number of them. "The Star Spangled Banner," for Instance, was...

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