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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 November 1909

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 2, 10B. CENT A WORD COLUMN FOIt RENT Three small rooms At 1231 Spring street. 93eoltl CLEANING, PRESSING AND BE PAIRING Ladles' and Gent's clean ing, pressing and repairing neatly done at low prices at Helferlch. Bell 'phono. Will call. 93t2. FOR SALE! Ray house, on East Extension street. . Large lot with sixty feet front. M. E. Simons. 38eoitf. IjOBT A large whlt.e, black and tan male fox hound. Finder kindly notify A. Judson Smith, Carbondale, Pa. Reward. 93t2. FOR SALE: A heating stove, in good condition, suitable for oulco or house. Inquire of Mrs. H. Wilson, 307 Fifteenth street. 89tf. LOCAL MENTION. We can all bo thankful for our good health if for nothing more. Thanksgiving day union ser vices at Graco church. Dr. W. H. Swift will make the address. William Ruppert has purchnsed what Is known as the Van Keuren Homestead, on South' Main street. Thero are two tenement houses on tho property. Copper sulphate placed in reser voirs will not only destroy...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 November 1909

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 24, 1000. A HEN WATERING PAIL. Mow It Can Be Made from Old Pall or Butter Tub. I send you a sketch of a pall wo ire using for watering and giving nilk to chickens, writes a correspond, mt of Rural New York. They will tot soli the feed because they dont taud on the top. Take a candy pall Good Waterlno-Pall for Fowl. and put a hoop six Inches from bob torn of pall; take off the top hoop, then saw out three five-Inch slota down near to the hop for the fowls to reach through. Better then give a coat of linseed oil, then two coats of paint, and keep In the shade. Ours has worked a year and yet looks new, Fattening Turkeys. The necessity for having turkeys in good, plump condition before market lng, is pretty generally understood among farmers. But there Is conoid' erable misunderstanding as to the way to go about the matter. Turkeys, if taken aright, are easily fattened; In fact, easier than most .other fowls. But one must go at it in the right way. If turkey...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 November 1909

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 24, 1809. I PAID IN FULL Novelized From Eugene Walter's Great Play JOHN W. HARDING Ccpjrrlshl, 1908. by C. W. Dillinhm Co. J CHAPTER VIII. Ml LTHOUGH Captain Williams had 3k assured Mrs. Brooks that be Jfj would bear them no grudge be cause of her husband's attack upon him, he did not return again to the little flat, and it wns some time be fore Mrs. Harris and Beth favored them with another visit. But this did not trouble the young couple a bit. Commencing on that night when he had Insisted on taking his wife to a place of amusement, Joe's conduct to ward her had undergone a complete change. Instead of returning home de pressed and irritable he was nearly always In good humor and affection ately considerate. They needed no other company than their own and oc casionally Jlmsy's. The happy transformation had been brought about by an unexpected bit of luck. As Joe explained It to his de lighted wife, in his capacity of col lector he had become very friendl...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 November 1909

A TIIE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 24, 1000. It J J' J J J J J I J I ' CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMN! THE MOST RELIABLE MEDIUM FOR SPREADING INFORMATION HAWU2V AND WILSONVIILE, The funeral of the late C. H. f Woodward was held last Wednesday afternoon at the house. A large delegation of Junior Mechanics, of which order he was a member, and many other other sorrowing friends were present. Rev. John Tuttle of Beach LaUe, and Rev. W. Peterson, of Hawley, had charge of the ser vices. His sudden demise Is deeply lamented, the town having lost one of Its best citizens. Gertrude Drake began her first term of teaching (he Bone Ridge school on Monday of last week. The remains of Mrs. Spears, of Brooklyn, formerly of Hawley, were brought here last Wednesday for burial. Lewis Runyon and John Kruger of Ledgedale, have secured em'ploy ment with the Keystone Cut Glass Co. Mrs. Joseph Pennell was a week end visitor of relatives at Ariel. Damages have been settled by the boys whose Hallowe'en pranks prov ed ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 November 1909

THE WEATHEH S&ttUrdajr fair to partly cloudy and slightly warmer weather will prevail, with light variable winds. IP JC J? X ? if JO C C J t C t? K K k Wayne County Organ a' the repubi;an party Semi-Weekly Founded X 1908 J Weekly Founded, 1844 " 66th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1909. Q 3 NO. 94 IMPRESSIVE SERVICES AT GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH YESTERDAY MORNING BEV. DR. SWIFT, PASTOR OP THE HONESDALE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, SPEAKER OP THE DAY. Thanksgiving services were held in the Grace Episcopal church by the combined congregation of the Meth odist, Presbyterian, Lutheran, Bap tist and Episcopal churches. The Rector, Rev. Whlttaker, conducted the services, Revs. Wendell and Coe Jien assisting, while Rev. Dr. Swift preached the sermon. The choir rendered excellent and appropriate music. The collection taken was for the benefit of St. Luke's Hospital. The church was tastllly decorated with autumn fruits. The congrega tion was very large and were treated to an ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 November 1909

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, NOV. 20, 1000. TURBINE ENGI I Ona Being Constructed at Glax gow Which May Revolutionize Land Motive Power TURBINE DRIVES THE DYNAMOS Thesa Turn tho Whealo Wator In Tanks la Vaporized and Condensed In a Practically Cloood Circuit The Question of Cost. London, England. President Hugh Held of tho Glasgow University En gineering Society has announced that a new locomotive Is under construc tion which may lead to the applica tion to the railway engines of tho world of the turbine system, which has revolutionized steam propulrlon on the Atlantic. Mr. Reld describes this engine as the first steam turbine electric locomotive. Various proposals had been made to electrify the existing steam railways, he said, but the anticipated cost of conversion and of prospective and subsequent maintenance had hitherto prevented progress. Attempts had been made to also introduce inde pendent self-generating electric units that might operate over the existing railway systems without nec...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 November 1909

THB OITIZENf FRIDAY4 NOV. 8, 1009. i i Mother Dog's Devotion. Durlng the terribly destructive floods which visited many sections of the country, the followlne nathetlc story was told In a Kansas Journal. It Is on the old, old theme of mother- love, only this time In a dog Instead of a human: A colored man living next door to one McDlvett was taking care of a flno setter bird dog. 'The old dog had a litter of nine puppies, of which sho wbb as proud as ever was any human mother of the first little stranger that came to her home. The mother and her family were kent In the barn In the rear of the lot, and as the water rose the colored man and his family left homo nnrt wont tn thn South Side. Thev ulsn left the does. The barn was lower than the house and h ... -nntn, in nt tho back. -The old dog took a survey of the situation and one by one she vM4 A AWU WAG A41UU 1 V,JU JUJJWU W the house, which was a little higher. Stlll the water crept higher, and once more her precious family was In ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 November 1909

niB CITIZEN, FIUDAYNOV. 26, 1009. THE CITIZEN rCWiSUID BTEBT WIDM8DAT AND FBIDAT BT THE CITIZEN PODLIBIIIKO COMPACT. Koto rod as second-class matter, at the post otllce. Honesdale. Pa. E. B. HARDENBERQH. - - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SKC'Y directors: a. b. DonrLinoEB. m. b. alien. BESBT WILSON. E. D. IIABDEHBEBOII. W. W. WOOD. FRIDAY, NOV. 20, 1000. By a unanimous opinion the Unit ed States Circuit Court decides that it was Illegal for the seven principal stockholders of the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey to acquire controlling interests in nineteen companies scattered through the United States and engaging In some feature of the oil business and merge them all, so that their operations could be controlled In a way to pre vent competition and to monopolize the products. There Is walling and gnashing of teeth among the trust Interests, and already we have heard Xliat a disastrous cneci ine aecisiuu 111 have on business enterprise. It a Avlilont that the trusts have for ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 November 1909

THE CITIZEN, FltfDAY, 'NOV. 26, i09. CENT A WORD COLUMN! l ull HKNT Three small rooms at 1231 Spring street. 93eoltf CLEANING, PRESSING AND UE PAIRING Ladles' and Gent's clean lng, pressing and repairing neatly done at low prices at Helferich. Bell 'phone. Will call. 93t2. FOB SALE A double-seated Kus stan sleigh In perfect condition. J. E. Richmond. 94t( FOR SALE A heating stove, in good condition, suitable for ofllce or house. Inquire of Mrs. H. Wilson, 307 Fifteenth street. 89tf. FOR SALE. Best stock farm In Wayne county. Twelve buildings, large lake cover ing about 200 acres. Over 200 acres under cultivation. Good fruit, lumber and wood, in fact anything a man wants to make money with. Between 600 and 700 acres. Lake is worth $200 or more a year. Known as the late John Williams Estate. Inquire of E. E. WILLIAMS, Honesdale, Pa. LOCAL MENTION. Jeffrey Edsall, who formerly lived at Dyberry, and went to Port land, Oregon, two years ago, has re turned bringing with him his family 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. — 26 November 1909

THE CKZ9ZEN, FRIDAY, XOV. 3$, IMS. tin t m iiimmini'iitin Getting Even jj "'Mrs. James Moroland and daugh ter by Jove, can It bo possible! Oortlo Moreland here In this very house!" And the eyes of the young man bending over the register of the Wessex Hotel beamed. "Havent seen her for three years. Pretty little Gertie! How she used to care for me." And lighting a cigar he strolled to the smoking room and dropped Into a chair, a reminiscent smile on his face as he recalled the time when be and Gertie Moreland were sweet heartswell, no, hardly sweethearts, for there had been no understanding between them. There was no doubt but that she had cared for him, for her brown eyes would sparkle and ber soft, fair cheeks redden at his ap proach. After he left his home and went to the city they corresponded for a few months, then gradually his little country sweetheart was forgot ten. As ho descended to the parlor that night he glanced quickly about for his old-time friends, but they had not m...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 November 1909

the crrrifex, fiuday, Nov. ae, 1909. SAY ASTOR IS SAFE Family Believes Nourmahal Is at San Juan. CAPT. FURST SURE HE SAW HER Wireless Ecport by Way of Tampa Denying That Yacht Is at Porto Bico Declared Fictitious. New York, Nor. 23. William A. Dobbyn, secretary of the estate of Colonel John Jacob Astor, and the rel atives and personal friends of Mr. As tor say they are satisfied that the Nourmahal was seen riding at anchor on Nor. 15 by Captain Furst of the Bed D liner Caracas In the placid har bor of San Juan, Porto Blco. A cable message from Caracas, Vene zuela, said that the Nourmahal left Placer de los Estudlos, Santo Domin go, on Nor. 12 for San Juan, tearing some members of the crew ashore. One of the stories current here was that a wireless message from San Juan bad been received at Tampa. Fla., say ing that the Nourmahal was not at San Juan, but that a large steam yacht be longing to a rich Cuban was there and might bare been mistaken for the Nourmahal. The United Wireless T...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 November 1909

r, jLnvao, THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, NOW 20. 1009. I...I..HI..I..InII.a"I--I"I"l"I"I--I"I"H"H"l"I"I"I"I"I"I"I"I"I"I-l CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMNS . TllE MOST RELIABLE MEDIUM FOK SPREADING INFORMATION USWICK AXJ IiAKEVIIiliG. Tho little son of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Harloe, of Lcdgedalc, lias pneu monia. We are pleased to learn that he Is improving. Later. Since the above was put Into type wo are in formed that he died and the funeral was held on Wednesday, Nov. 24th. Mr. Andrew Kostoch, of Scranton, who has been visiting his mother, Mrs. William Mordwanac, of Uswick, for the past week, returned to Scran ton on Saturday last; he is recover ing very nicely from pneumonia. ' Mr. L. M. Blttncr of Audell, has been very ill and we are pleased to learn that he is able to be out again. Miss Violet I. Crane, of Scranton, will visit her mother, Mrs. Lucy E. Crane, at Uswick, on Wednesday, and spend Thanksgiving day and return to Scranton in the evening. W. B. Bartleson, who has been visiting Lakeville fri...

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

THE WEATHER: On Wednesday, fair weather and slowly rising tomporatnros will prevail, and on Thursday partly cloudy. ir IP tc it r K c r r if tr jp K iC jt Scml-Weekly Founded 5 k 1908 5 J Weekly Founded, 1844 J if K if if r? if jp K" c K r rrtc K tr ip fc Wayne County Organ J" or the REPUBLICAN PARTY t)t J$ iroew 66th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1909. NO. 95 aus in F Prof. Parker of Columbia Attacks Explorer. DENIES MOUNT M'KINLEY CLIMB Brands Whole Story of Ascent as an Imposture For Which Prep aration Was Hade Be forehand. Portland, Me., Nov. 30. Professor Herschel O. Parker of Columbia uni versity, comes out In a statement In which he brands Frederick A. Cook's otory of his ascent of Mount McKlnley as false. "It Is with profound regret," he de clares, "that I feel obliged to Impeach the manhood and honor of a personal friend. Nothing but stern necessity would prompt me to do this, but this la a case where truth and justice as well as science and civili...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 December 1909

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1000. KILLS BLAGKSNAKE HATE Sonstrom Not Only Gets Back Hia Two Quarters, but $4.42 for Short Time Loan THE YEAR'S CHAMPION YARN Man Found Inslds Snake His Own Quarters and One Half Dollar, Nine Other Quarters, Nine Dimes, Fifteen Nickels and Two Cents. Montclnlr, N. J. Edward Sonstrom, a truthful, sober and industrial per son, killed a blacksnako five feet long, near the bridge over Toney'a Brook at Bay street. Tbo location is fixed with particularity because it is still there, an enduring proof of the remarkable facta that follow. s The Sonstroms live near the bridge. Mrs. Sonstrom Bent her two little girls to a delicatessen store to buy things for tho Sunday dinner. The children had Just returned from Sun day school. Mary Is seven years old, Alice, five. Her mamma gave Mary two silver quarters. The children wore crossing the brook when they came upon the black snake, colled as if to spring at them. To their terrified eyes It looked as big as 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. — 1 December 1909

- THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1000. News from Towns in the State of Pennsylvania THE MOST IMPORTANT HAPPENINGS WHICH ARE ESPECIALLY WRITTEN FOR THE ENJOYMENT OF Jr 4 ! OUR MANY ENTERPRISING SUBSCRIBERS TO PERUSE ASKS 50,000 HEART BALM. Millionaire's Alleged Lovo Letters to Bo Read in Court. PITTSBURG. Pa., Nov. 27. Lovo letters, alleged to have been written by James W. Corrlgan, a Cleveland millionaire, to Miss Georgian Young, of this city, will be read when a suit for alleged breach of promise comes to trial In the Federal. Court at Cleveland. Miss Young has sued Corrlgan for J50.000 damages. Mrs. Young, mother of the girl, said her daugh ter had bundles of letters from Cor rlgan to prove that he promised to marry her. Mrs. Young said Corrlgan visited her daughter frequently at her Pltts burc home and seemed to be des perately In love with her. Corrigan is 21 years of age and Miss Young Is 20. TO ENFORCE NEW MINOR LAW. Chief of Mines Asks Co-operation of Coal Superintendent...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 December 1909

4 rtCE CITIZEN, WEpNE8DA.Yj DECEMBER 1000. THE CITIZEN rVIUinED IVEBY WEDNESDAY AMD TBIDAT DT THE CITIZEN rtJBLISIIIHO COMPANY. Catered aa second-class matter, at the post nnicc. iionesaaie. fa. E. B.HARDENBERQH. - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SECY DinECTona: o. n. DonrLiNOEB. m. b. allen. BEKBT WILSON. E. B. UABDENBEB01I, W. W. WOOD. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1000, Make yourself happy by seeing the best la people and things about you You can fool udder peoples some of der time, but you can fool yourself all der time. A woman with a secret she must keep Is the most unhappy of mortals Dut sne does not remain so very long. One of the Judges behind that sweeping Standard Oil decision Is jurist named Hook. Another -w of hook-worm Mr. Rockefeller? The man who dyes his hair doesn fool any more people, submits the Philadelphia Record, than the man who whitewashed his 'conscience. Reform is the grandest thing in the world, when It is reform, but the professional reformers like Hearst ...

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

' THE CITIZEN, VTEbxE81)Ti, DECEMBER 1, 1000. CENT A WORD COLUMN ! BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY One of tho most prosperous grocory utores In Honesdale; long established, flne location, big trade. Sickness neces sitates sale. See DORIN. It. FOR KENT Three small rooms at 1231 Spring street. 93eoltf Chinese goods, very odd and pretty; also other Imported novel ties. At Petersen's. 95t2 CLEANING, PRESSING AND RE PAIRING Ladles' and Gent's clean ing, pressing and repairing neatly done at low prices at Helferlch, Bell 'phone. Will call. 93t2. FOR SALE A double-seated Rus sian sleigh In perfect condition. J. E. Richmond. 94tf Dorflinger's cut glass, beautiful new patterns; also odd pieces and seconds. At Petersen's. 95t FOR SALE A heating stove, in good condition, suitable for office or house. Inquire of Mrs. H. Wilson, 307 Fifteenth Btreet. 89tt. FOR SALE. Best stock farm In Wayne county. Twelve buildings, large lake cover ing about 200 acres. Over 200 acres under cultivation. Good fruit, lumber ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 December 1909

4 THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, .1000. AND BEE KEEPING FOR THE MAN WITH DEES. An Uncapping Box Possessing Many Excellent Features. A few words In regard to the un capping box that I use. The upper section, that holds the capplngs, Is six feet long, 27 Inches wide and 18 inches deep. It has a heavy, wire screen bottom, a rim of narrow boards around the top, with three cross pieces to support the combs. A spike is driven up through the center of each of the latter to rest the frames upon when uncapping the combs. Tho corners are halved together in both sections. There Is a cover that flta on bee-tight. The bottom section Is tho same size, only much shallower, the sides being only Ave Inches deep. The ends are seven inches deep In the middle, but are reduced to live at the ends. To ' help support tho screen above, a board seven Inches wldo Is placed lengthwise of the lower section. To tho bottom of this framo is nailed a sheet of galvanlzod iron six feet and one-half-lnch long, 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. — 1 December 1909

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1000. PAID IN FULL Novelized From Eugene Walter's Great Play JOHN W. HARDING I Cepxristri. 1908, bj C. W. Dillinf hum Co. J CHAPTER X. "HP TILLY Is credited with being Ithe first to remark what es sayists have pointed out ever since that friendship Im prove happiness and abates misery by the doubling of our Joys and dividing of our griefs. This was the sort of friendship that animated Jlmsy Smith. Els regard began In love for Emma Harris, but when be found that this love was not requited he did not for that reason withdraw bis Interest In her. Accepting the cold reality 'with his usual philosophy, bo thrust deep down In his heart the passion that never could be eradicated, and his sterling, unflinching honesty trans formed it in time into a fraternal af fection as self sacrificing as it was loyal, which he extended to the man Emma had chosen for her life partner. With bis keen perception he bad soon seen that that man was morally weak, Irresolute ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 December 1909

TIES CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1000. .I,..IH.HIIII.I.l..I.III;I.M.IIIl.l.H CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMNS THE MOST RELIABLE MEDIUM FOR SPREADING INFORMATION STERLING. The ground Is covered with snow and for a day or two the sleighing has been passable. H. A. Williams and E. M. Gilpin have spent a week in Pike county hunting. Dr. R. A. Smith was there last week. On the 25 th Rev. E. W. Webster united in marriage Miss Mamie Fltz and Chas. Phelps of Wllkes-Barre. Congratulations. Mr. Phelps's fath er and mother were present and also a few other friends. Mr. Phelps Is a painter and paper-hanger by trade. We are sorry to lose one of our best girls. But such is life. Report says Mrs. Tryphoena Me gargle will soon make a vendue and go to Kansas where her only sis ter still resides. Stella and Floyd Cross returned from Wyoming Seminary this week; also Mason Gilpin, Granville Webster has been at Watertown, Mass., for the past year but is now hdme on a week's vacation and expects to go to Pitt...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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