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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 December 1909

TUB WEATHER Os Friday partly closely to overcast weather and or Saturday generally overcast wct her aad rata. . ar if K" dp if K r tf r tr K f Scml-Weckly Founded sj k 1908 2 fc Weekly Founded, 1844 J K JO Jf P IP C K iC t" IP SP IT IT I? P IP K Wayne County Organ J6 of the ? republicparty 66th YEAB. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1909. NO. 96 ttactt BREAK WITH 'Knox Sends Passport to Zelaya s Minister. U. 8. MARINES LAND Administration Resents Kill ing of Americans. TREATY FLAGRANTLY VIOLATED Washington, Dec. 2. Resenting the barbarous and despotic acts of Presi dent Zelaya, culminating In the execu tion of the two Americans, Leonard Groce and Leroy Cannon, the United States government has sercred all dip lomatic relations with Nicaragua. This action, taken by Secretary Knox with the full sanction and au thority of President Taft, brings the crisis as near to the status of war as executive action can bring it without a definite declaration by both houses of congress...

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 December 1909

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1000. ADIRONDACK GUIDE FIGHTSW1LD BOAR With Only a Small Hatchet, John Benham Succeeds in Killing Dangerous Beast MOCCASINS TORN BY TUSKS Many Boara at Large In the Moun tains and Hundred! of Deer Killed by Them Hope to Exterminate Them In Organized Hunt. Saranac Lake, N. Y. John Bonham, an Adirondack guide, who won dis tinction for several years In canoo paddling contests In sportsmen's shows In New York, had a thrilling fight with a wild boar at Big Tupper Lake. He succeeded in killing the beast with a woodman's hatchet only, after a fight that threatened to end his own life. h The boar was one of Boveral im ported from the Black Forest and placed in an immense preserve known as Litchfield Park, near Big Tupper Lake. The boars managed to break out from the preserve. They have multiplied very fast during the last two or three years, it is stated, and have wrought havoc among the deer. Hundreds of fawns and many does are Bald to have been killed by t...

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 December 1909

THE CITIZEN, F1UDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1000. CHINESE EATING WILDCATS Frisco Highbinder Feel the Need of a Stimulant to Do More Murdere. Bon Francisco, CaL Blnce the Tee family and that amiable organization the On Ylck Tong went to war In Chinatown, the price of wildcat moat has quadrupled and la rising etlll. All over the State hunters nre gunning for wildcats It's enough to drive the cats wild. Chinamen believe that a man's food affects his disposition. Let him eat rabbit stew and he Is as mild man nered as a bunny; feed htm on roast wildcat and he absorbs ferocity with the meat Six Tees and members of the On Tick Tong have been murdered In the last fortnight. Now all the highbind ers and hatchet men of the Yees and of the tong are gorging themselves with wildcat, so as to attain the prop er frame of mind to kill a tow more of their enemies. Tee Wun Lung, a bad man natural ly, overfed himself to-day and was sent to the lunatic asylum. Besides having acute Indigestion, ho was as wild as t...

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 December 1909

niB CITIZEN, FIUfDAY, DECEMBER 100t. THE CITIZEN KmiSHKD KVEBT WSDHI8DAY AMD FRIDAT BT TUB CITIZEN rCBLUniHO COXFAHT. Bntered as second-class matter, at the post oQlce. llonesdale, l'a. B, B. IIARDENBKUGII. - - PHKSIDENT W. W. WOOD, - MANAGER AND BKC'Y dirkotobb: o. b. DonrLmoEB. m. b, allkh. LEHBT WILSON, I. B, 1IABDXNBEBOU, W. W. WOOD, FIIIDAY, DEO. 8, 1000. Dr. Crumblne, of the State Board of Health, of Kansas, has commenced an official crusade against whiskers. Ho claims that a man with a long bunch of neck whiskers furnishes a roosting place for all sorts of germs, and especially germs of Infectious diseases. ' He observes that a man with a flowing beard on his chin never gets soap or water to his skin; that the whiskers simply fill up with germs and tho germs turn hand springs at county fairs and thus disentangle themselves and get among tho people andcause all sorts of diseases. It seems that tho Kansas Demo crats are mostly given to long beards these days. It used to bo the ...

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 December 1909

THE CITIZKN, fttlDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1BO0. CENT A WORD COLUMN I BRING those pictures you want framed for Christmas. We have mouldings to make any size picture frame, cheap or dear, at Rldgeway'a Studio. SIX FOOT snow case full of La dles' Gent's and Children's Solid Signet and Stone set Rings. Fif teen hundred different styles to select from. SOMMER, The Jeweler. YOU can get the best enlarged pictures "In crayon, water color, Ink or pastel from the cheapest to the dearest at Ridgeway's Studio. Order for Christmas nowl AIJj GOODS sold engraved free of charge. SOMMER, The Jeweler. FOR RENT Three small rooms at 1231 Spring street. 93eoltf "WE HAVE a wonderful display of Clocks all the leading makes and latest styles. SOMMER, The Jeweler. OUR six foot show case full of Ladles' and Gent's Gold and Gold Filled Watches. Three hundred dif ferent designs to select from. SOMMER, Tho Jeweler. Chinese goods, very odd and pretty; also other Imported novel ties. At Petersen's. 95t2 OUR show windows ...

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 December 1909

THE! CITIZEN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1000. AN ILLUSTRATIVE SUGGESTION. Hints In Regard to the Beautifying of the Farm. Looking at the grounds surrounding the farm and suburban homes through the country, the lack of well-planned and well-cared-for driveways Is noiico able; or, where kept In good co.idl tlon they far too often lead to the barn by the moat direct line of Ap proach, with no apparent care for the effect they have on the place as a whole. Granting that every foot of unnec essary driveway represents added labor, and admitting that it must bo well cared for, or take from rather than add to, the beauty of the placo, brings one to the same fact that must . A keulful horn it&ndlni In Use center of lU AaiaenM lawn with no Tluble wax of diirlng op to It, or to the bun, exotpt by driving ore ike tod be faced In securing anything worth having It means work, When considering the question of whether or not the work Is really worth while, the first thought Is, nat urally, of the bea...

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 December 1909

THE CITIZEN', FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1000. SATURDAY NIGHT TALKS H By REV. F. E. DAV1SOH g Rutland, VL THE GRACE OF GIVING. International Bible Lesson for Dec S, '09 (2 Cor. 8: 1-15). The graco of giving! Not the fact of giving, tie duty of giv ing, but the grace of giving, that Is the theme of the lesson. If wo could see the motive behind ov ery dollar going Into the treasury, as ChrUt saw the heart of the widow who trem blingly, b u t cheerfully dropped In her two mitos, "which make a farthing," what a rev elation It would be. Good 8teurlty. How littlo giving there li of that magnificent pattern. In Paul's day the church In Antloch took up a col lection, and sent Paul and Barnabas to Jerusalem with It, and the offering was permeated with love. Now, the church has to keep a set of men busy all the year round going from place to place, prying money out of the pockets of the brethren. Dean Swift once preached a sermon from the text, "He that giveth to the poor lendeth to the Lord," and h...

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 December 1909

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1000. CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMN! THE MOST RELIABLE MEDIUM FOR SPREADING INFORMATION LAKE COMO. Miss Abblo London, of Port Jer vls, Is visiting her mother. Miss Inez Knapp, of Scranton, spent Thanksgiving at her home. Mrs. Davis has returned home af ter spending a few days with her mother, Mrs. Stanton. The Farmers' Institute will be held in the W. C. T. U. hall Thursday and Friday of this week. The la dles will serve dinner and supper Friday. Miss Jennie Gilchrist spent Thanksgiving with friends in Blng hamton. CLINTON. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Varcop spent tho past week with friends In Oreono, N. Y. Mrs. Frank Gardner nnd son, Robort, of Carbondale, spent tho past weok at Chnrles Varcoo's. Mr. nnd Mrs. Qrlnnelly and daugh ter, Phylls, of Carbondale, spent Thanksgiving at Myron Norton's and there was a gathering of relatives at the homo of Messrs. Perham and Lilly. Mrs. Howard Oliver and children of Carbondale, spent several days Including Thanksgiving with...

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

THK WKATHER,: Ofi jVcdaesday overcast weather and nearly stationary temperatures trill prevail, preceded by rain or snow. SP IT P Jf IP C IP K JC tC If K" P K ! - Way 0- County Organ J J4 of the REP! 5 .ICAN PARTY Semi-Weekly Founded j k 1908 5 k Weekly Founded, 1844 2 66th TEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1909. NO. 97 MESSAGE READ TO CONGRESS i No Tariff Revision For the Present NICARAGUA TROUBLE. Irresponsible Nations Not Pro tested by Monroe Doctrine. A DEFICIT OF $73,075,600. legislation Urged Against In junctions Without Notice. Washington, Dec. 7. In his annual .message, read to congress, President Taft said: To the Senate and the House of Rep resentatives: The relations of the United States with all foreign governments have con tinued upon the normal basis of amity and good understanding and are very generally satisfactory. Europe. Tho American rights In the fisheries on the north Atlantic coast under the fisheries article of the treaty of 1818 have bee...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 December 1909

4 t THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, DEO. 8, 1000. MESSAGE READ TO CfUdODITOC UNklibQo (Continued from page 1) I'ho fariarria Canal. Tho policy of paying for thereon strnctlon of the Panama canal" not ont of current revenue, but by bond Issue, was adopted in the Spooner act of 1002, and there seems to be no good reason for departing from the princi ple by which a part at least of the burden of the cost of the canal shall fall upon our posterity, who are to enjoy It, and there is all the moro rea son for this view because the actual cost to dute of tho canal, which is now half dono and which will bo completed Jan. 1, 1015, shows that tho cost of engineering and construction will bo $297,700,000 instead of $130,705,200, as originally estimated. In addition to engineering and construction, tho oth er expenses. Including sanitation and government and the amount paid for the properties, tho franchise and the privilege of building the canal, In crease the cost by $75,435,000 to a total of $375,201...

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

THK OITIZKN, "WEDNESDAY, DBC, 8, 190. PROCLAMATION ON THE AMENDMENTS It Will bo Issued by Governor Stuart Within Few Days. The ratification by the voters of the State ot nine ot the proposed constitutional amendments and the schedule which Is to carry them In to effect wlirbe formally proclaimed by Governor Stuart within a few days. Under the constitution the Governor Is charged with proclaim ing results of certain elections, and Attorney General Todd has outlined a form In which the results of the election on the proposed amend ments will be announced. The proc lamation Is now being prepared at the office of Secretary of the Com monwealth McAfee and will set forth each amendment as outlined on the ballot and give the vote for and against each one. It will also announce that the amendments will become effective according to the schedule, as well as noting the fact that the seventh amendment was de feated. This will be the first procla mation of the kind Issued since 1901, when three...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 December 1909

rms onizEir, wkdksday, dec.. 8, io. THE CITIZEN rOHIOBCD SVEBT WXDXESDAY JUCD FRIDAY BT THE CITIZEN rOBUSBDtO COUPAITT. Botercd as second-class matter, at the post nfOce. Ilonesdale. Pa. K. B. HARDENBERGU. - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SKC'Y DtBECrOKS: o. M. borflwqib. v. b. allkk. BJBBT WILSON. E. B. BA&DEHBEBOH. W. W. WOOD. WEDNESDAY, DEO. 8, 1000. i The single man out of a Job is to be pitied, as he has no wife to sup port him. The man who sits down to wait for something to turn up will need a cushion on his seat. The old proverb, "Where there's a will there's a war." has been revis ed to suit the situation. It now reads, "When there's a bill we're away." The gunners at Sandy Hook have tried to hit a balloon without suc cess. Perhaps they would succeed if the balloon carried the proverbial barn door aloft. A Qulncy man made a bet that he could invent a question to which fifty men would give the same ans wer. He won the bet. The question was: "Have you heard that Smi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 December 1909

TUB CmZKN, WEDNESDAY, DEO. 8, 1909. CENT A WORD COLUMN BRING those pictures you want framed for Christmas. Wo have mouldings to make any size picture frame, cheap or dear, at Rldgeway's Studio. SIX FOOT show case full of La dles' dent's and Children's Solid Signet and Stone set Rings. Fif teen hundred different styles to select from. SOMMER, The Jewe ler. YOU can get the best enlarged pictures In crayon, water color. Ink or pastel from the cheapest to the dearest at Rldgeway's Studio. Order for Christmas now! ALIj GOODS sold engraved free of charge. SOMMER, The Jeweler. FOR RENT Three small rooms at 1231 Spring street. 93eoltf WE HAVE a wonderful display of Clocks all the leading makes and latest styles. SOMMER, The Jew eler. OUH six foot show case full of Ladles' and Gent's Gold and Gold Filled Watches. Three hundred dif ferent designs to select from. SOMMER, The Jeweler. Chinese goods, very odd and pretty; also other imported novel ties. At Petersen's. 95t2 OUR show windows will g...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 December 1909

the citizen, Wednesday, dec. s, loos. ATELLITES USE OF MOON'S GRATERS Their Impact the Explanation Given by Prof. See, of the United States Navy LUNA IS THE EARTH'S CAPTIVE And Other Planets Held In Captivity by 8uno, Which Caught Them In Their Flight Unexpeoted Light on Origin of Universe. San Francisco, Cal. Extending and completing his researches on the ori gin of the planets and satellites of the solar system, earlier accounts of -which were made public a few months ago, Professor T. J. J. See, the astron omer In charge of the Naral Obaerrar tory at Mare Island, gave to the as tronomical Society of tho Pacific an explanation of the origin of the cra ters of tho moon, and proceeded to apply the new thoory to the obliqui ties of the planets which overcame the last difficulty in tho way of the "Capture Theory," recently advanced by him as supplanting the nebular hy pothesis of Laplace. Professor See announced that the lunar craters were undoubtedly due to the Impact of smaller sate...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 December 1909

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, DEO. 8, 1000. PAID IN FULL Novelized From Eugene Walter's Great Play By JOHN W. HARDING Ctnritto, 1908. by C W. DillimbM C. CHAPTER XI. FOR a long time Mrs. Brooks stood gazing In silence at her husband, her heart rent with conflicting emotions. Her hap piness of the past few months, then, bad been built upon the precarious foundation of peculation. Oh, the hor ror! Oh, the shame of It! On tho very morrow the name she bore would be held up to disgrace and derision. He would b cast Into prison. The misery of their struggles with poverty was as nothing compared with that of their sudden downfall. Numbed though her heart was with the shock, shrunk by the terror of their ghastly position, It was yet not Impervious to pity, and the hopeless wretchedness of her husband lnsplrod It She thought of how he had lavish ed his stealings upon her, how he ap peared to be moved by the one desire to make her comfortable and happy. She went to him and put her hand on his head,...

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

TUB CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, DEO. 8, 1000. CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMNS THE MOST RELIABLE MEDIUM FOK SPREADING INFORMATION .IIIIIIlM,II..IWH'Il!IIIIIII:lIIlIH HAWLKV AND WILSONVILLE. Jury Commissioner, P. J. Keary, la nt the county seat this week filling the Jury wheel for 1910. Mr. Perry, of Tafton, moved to Hawley last Week. He will drive team for T. F. Wall. Ernest Doppel passed the first day of the week with his relatives, Mr. Irmlch and family at Tafton. T. F. Wall has purchased a fine pony for his son, Arthur. Howard Degroat was a Sunday evening guest of friends at Fowler town. Mrs. Charles Brady, of Honesdale, and Mrs. W. H. Clark and daughter, Mrs. Richard Phillips of Forest Lake, attended the Presbyterian fair on Saturday afternoon. The latter remained over night with friends and returned home on Snuday. ' George Shearer, of Bono Ridge, made a business trip to Honesdale on Saturday. Frederick Bea, of Honesdale, was a Sunday guest of his parents, F. Bea and wife at Wilsonvllle. L. Cel...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 December 1909

iy SHE WATintR FrMI" Wr TrMtber,B(J oa Saturday fair to pilyoverest weather with slifllittempei-ntHre chasees. ttmtt K" C J K C tP ! K IT JT K" IT t? K t Wayne County Organ J1 of the REPUBLICAN PARTY Semi-Weekly Founded q fc 1908 j V, Vi Weekly Founded, 1844 J J.ji j j j j j j jtj jt j j jt j 66th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1909. 3 NO. 98 OPBOJf TAFT. President Addresses Rivers and Harbors Congress. FOR IMPROVING WATERWAYS. He Would Confine Work to That Recommended by Army Engi i jieers on Mississippi, Mis souri and Ohio Rivers. Washington, Dec. 0. President Taft opened the first session of the national rivers and harbors congress here with an address In which he outlined defi nitely for the first time the extent which he thinks Is desirable and to which he believes congress will go la carrying out the comprehensive plans of the congress for the general im provement of the waterways of the country. While the president reiterated his be lief that bonds shou...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 December 1909

THE OnXZKN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1000. RAGAMUFFIN TRUST THE VERY LATEST i Mas Nordau, Celebrated Sociol ogist, Tells How One Hobo Formed Syndicate of Tramps A REMARKABLE NIGHT SCENE Scuffling, Fighting Place Holders for the Stelnhell Trial Brought to Or der by a Superior Man In Solelesa Shoes and Brlmleis Hat. Paris, France. The famous Stein boll murder trial offered oae of the most convincing proofs of the organ izing forces of humanity those forces that have worked out man's civiliza tion that has come under recent no tice. According to the French law, court proceedings at a criminal trial are public. Therefore the first comer, the man In the Btreet, must be admitted so long as there Is room In the hall. lAa a matter of fact, admittance Is only allowed by written orders Issued by the presiding Judge. However, to sat isfy the law, there Is at the back of the hall, behind barriers, a reserved place, where from 100 to 120 persons can stand. To this place people are admitted without e...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 December 1909

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10,- 1000. THE OLD COUNTY PAPER FROM HOME. How dear to my heart is the town of my childhood, That drowsy old village, so kind ly uncouth, Where f played all the pranks that a boy who was wild would, And knew all the joys that are common to youth, Its fond recollections so quaintly amusing I'll always remember though far I may roam; Refreshed they return every time I'm perusing Tho old county paper they send me from home. The quiet old paper, the slow-going paper, The old weekly paper they send me from home. It is ever the same; there Is naught that can change it, And woe to the budding young journalist who Its pangs would dare to despoil and arrange It To make it appear more refresh ingly new. Tho town never alters, the years that roll o'er it Are all quite alike as the teeth of a comb, So I happily find as each week I ex plore it In the old county paper they send me from home. The mossy old paper, the plain plodding paper, In the same old-time columns ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 December 1909

TOE CITIZEN. ' FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1BG. THE CITIZEN mutEis HVZET widitibdat and tbidat bt rar cmzra rrBUBnrao comfant. entered as second-class matter, at tnepost nfflce, Honesdale. Pa. B. B.HARDENBERGH. - - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND BKC'Y bibectobb: o. h. sosrunoxB. m. b. allkk. RBtl WIL80H, S. B. nABDKNBXBQn. W. W. WOOD. FRIDAY, DEO. 10, 1009. Congress Is now in session. Walt until you hear the Cannon roar. A man has Just died in Chicago who confessed he wrote "Beautiful Snow." The comet can now be seen with a three-inch glass.. This means a telescope and not the three-finger kind. A sure way of getting other peo ple's money is to have something they want and to let them know It, and what price they must pay for it. These facts told simply, plainly and honestly through advertisements, correctly written and placed in the right newspaper, will as surely bring you money in exchange for your goods as that the day succeeds the night. When the frost Is on the windows, and th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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