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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 December 1909

r ft ynaj citizen, piuday, December io, 4000. CENT A WORD COLUMN BIX FOOT show caso full of La dles' Gent's and Children's Solid Signet and Stono set Rings. Fif teen hundred different Btylea to select from. SOMMER, The Jewe ler. Alili GOODS sold engraved free of charge. SOMMER, Tho Jeweler. UMlJltELJiAS just received. All have handles of gold and silver. Everyone beautiful and prices right. C. Petersen. 98t3. FOIl RENT Three small rooms at 1231 Spring street. 93eoltf OIL HEATKItS make nlco Xmas presents. See our new styles. MURRAY CO.'S. ' OUR SHOW WINIK)WS will give you nn idea of what we have in the store. Come in and look around. C. Petersen. . 98t3 RAZORS, SAFETY RAZORS and all kinds of men's gifts at MURRAY CO.'S. EXQUISITE water colors, oil paintings and etchings by Miss Jen nie Brownscombe and Wm. H. Ham for sale at Petersen's. Prices from ?5 up. OUR six foot Bhow case full ,pf Ladles' and Gent's Gold and Gold Filled Watches. Three hundred dif ferent designs to select from. S...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 December 1909

CITIZEN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1999. MUDDY R0AD3 ARE EXPENSIVE. General Co-operation Among Farmers Needed to 8ecure Reaults. Ono thing needed. In the country la more general co-operation among farmers to accomplish results which cannot be done single-handed. EJvory farmer In the country would approro of good roads, especially at this sea son of the year, when there la no bot tom In some localities. But compara tively few farmers are willing to dig down In their pockets and pull up the necessary cash with whloh to pay for these good roads. There Is a unani mous howl for hard roads, but no funds ore available, with which to build them. Owners In the big cities have to pay for the pavement In front of their property, even though they have no vehicles of any sort to wear them out Farmers, of course, are not willing to stand a slmlllar expense, but It does seem that some system of local taxation could be devised that would be fair and Just to all. Cost of material Is not great, but haulin...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 December 1909

THK CTTEBKN, FXUDAT, DBOHMBER 18, 1(W.' INSURANCE CLASH President Sheldon of the Phenix Is Forced Out. ACTION BY STATE 0FFIGIAL Charges That Company Has Hade False Eeports and Lost $1,000,000 Through Mismanagement, Spec ulation and Bad Loans. New York, Dec. 7. The directors ,of the Phenix Insurance company, a $1, 600,000 Ore Insurance concern, have femoved from office at the Instance of the Insurance department George P. Sheldon, who has been president of the company for twenty-two years. The department believes that the company has lost $1,000,000 of Its $13, 000,000 surplus under Mr. Sheldon's mismanagement and accuses him of speculating with the funds of the com pany, maintaining a speculative mar gin account on its name, putting up its assets as collateral, drawing on the ac count in the brokerage office and con verting the proceeds of the draft to his own use. The company Is accused of making false reports to the department for the last ten years and of lending its mon ey in vi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 10 December 1909

THE CITiZEN, FRIDAY, DECKMBKIt ie, IMS CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMNS THE MOST RELIABLE MEDIUM FOR SPREADING INFORMATION wImIiiii..i..i..i..i..i..i..i..i..i..i..i..i..i..i..i..i..i..i,,i,,i.,i..i..i.i..i..i.,i..i.,I4 URAMAN AND KELLAM. Wo are having fine weather. The Ladles' Aid met last Thursday with Mrs. Herman Cole, and about twenty-five were present. The pro ceeds amounted to $4.00 The next meeting will be Jan. 6th at the homo of Mrs. Thomas Caffery. Rumor says a wedding in the near future. A. F. Lawson, who went to New York and had his left hand taken off, Is doing well at this writing. He was unable to sleep with the pain of a cancerous growth but now eats and sleeps well and has no pain and will be able to come home in a week or ten days. David Stalker. Sr., D. M. Stalker and Charles Cargln are Improving their homes with a coat of palrit. Mrs. Warner Adams and two daughters, Mildred and Avis, re turned to Port Jervls last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harper Keys and little son attended 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. — 15 December 1909

THE WEATHER a Wednesday fair Mid considerably colder weather will prevail, with fresh wctitorly to northerly winds. SO JC tf" P K" C If J" S? J " K" tf" K 0 tT tf" 0 Jf tf" K iC K 1? JC SK ? K" IP K k Wayne County Organ J4 of the REPUslCAN PARTY J Semi-Weekly Founded 1908 & Weekly Founded, 1844 J Jc Jt Jt Jt J Ut Jt .St Jt J J J 0 S 66th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1909. a u NO. 99 Cttett after pin Renewed Attack Upon Sec retary of the Interior. LAND MONOPOLY IN ALASKA. President Taft's Adviser Said to Have Shut His Eyes to Glaring Frauds Urged Claims Be fore Congress. New Tork, Dec. 14. Fuel Is added, to the fire of the Balllnger-Pinchot controversy by n forthcoming article in Collier's Weekly headed "Can This Be Whitewashed Also?" and outlining a conspiracy to control the copper and coal lands In Alaska. The article says: "It Is common knowledge through out Alaska and the west generally that the Morgan Interests are allied with the Guggenheim minin...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 December 1909

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, DEO. 15, 1000. TH ENDS QUEST OF $200,000 LEGACY Henry Colter Robbed in Youth in West Was Left Fortune by Man Who Wronged Him GOLD WAS STOLEN FROM SHIP Strange Story Revealed In Papers Found by the Man's 8liter Since His Burial Money In Brazil, but He , was Never Able to Get It. Newark. N. J. The death In this city of Henry Colter, who was seventy years old, a veteran of the civil war, has revealed the fact that ho devoted tho last thirty years of his life search ing for a legacy of $200,000, which was bequeathed him by a stranger who had wronged him half a century ago. The discovery was made by his sis ter, Mrs. James H. Fleming, who is past seventy and who lives with her son-in-law, Henry Helms, at No. 224 Seventeenth street, Brooklyn. She bad not seen her brother in fifty-five years until she looked upon him in death a few days ago. And in nearly threescore years the only tidings she received of him were borne on a por tal card stating that he was "alive 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. — 15 December 1909

TUB CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, DEO. IS, 1000. 1 , FIFTEEN THOUSAND BREEDING FISH DIED AT THE PLEASANT MOUNT HATCHERY! IP RAIN DOES NOT COME SOON THE ENTIRE STOCK OP FISH WILL BE LOST. PLEASANT MOUNT, Pa., Dec. 10. The rain of the early week and the snow of last week have not done much towards replenishing the springs and the streams of North eastern Pennsylvania. Conditions hereabouts in this respect have not been equalled by those experienced since the drought of 1908, followed by that of the past summer and fall, which cast Its blight upon the seep ing hillsides and meadow lands which have made Wayne county famous as a country of lakes and noverfalllng springs and small streams. These and wells, not alone In Pleasant Mount township but in all the adjacent territory, have nev er been so low. At the Wayne Fish Hatchery, which lies In the upper valley of the Lackawazen creek, Just over the first hill from this village towards the Ontario and Western railroad, the conditions have been and st...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 December 1909

HIE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, DEO. 15, 1000. THE CITIZEN tVBUBBtO EVZBT WIDNK8DAT AND miDAT BY THE CITIZEN PUBLIBIimO COMPACT. Entered as second-class matter, at the post office, Honesdale. Pa, E. B. HARDENBERQH. - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD, - MANAGER AND 8KCY dibectorb: 0, . DOBfUHQEB, M. B. AlUS. BXXBT WILBOW. E. B, 1IARDE5BEB0II, W, W. WOOD. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 15, 1000. Somebody haB figured out that the average boy who is dependent upon his parents for a livelihood until he reaches the age of twenty-one years costs them four thousand dollars. On this basis of calculation a brood, for Instance, of bIx boys would rep resent an outlay of twenty-four thousand dollars by the time they get away from the home roost. The question arises does it pay to raise boys and are there no other crops that would prove more profitable? If a boy turns out to be a cigarette fiend with a breath like a turkey butzard and a laugh that would make an untutored donkey feel per fectly at hoiho in his society and with an u...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 December 1909

TltK CraZKW, WEDNESDAY, DEO. 15, 1W9. CENT A WORD COLUMN PHOTOGRAPHS token up to and including Wednesday, Dec. 22, finish ed for Xmas, ' at Charlesworth's studio. K9t3. SIX, FOOT .show caso 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 Jewe ler.. ALIj GOODS sold engraved free of charge. SOMMER, The Jeweler. UMll HELLAS Just received. AU have handles of gold and silver. Everyone beautiful and prices right. C. Petersen. 98t3. FOR RENT Three small rooms at 1231 Spring street. 93eoltf OHj HEATERS make nice Xmas presents. See our new styles. MURRAY CO.'S. OUR SHOW WINDOWS will give you an idea of what we have In the store. Come in and look around. C. Petersen. 98t3 RAZORS, SAFETY RAZORS and all kinds of men's gifts at MURRAY CO.'S. EXQUISITE water colors, oil paintings and etchings by Miss Jen nie Brownscombe and Wm. H. Ham for sale at Petersen's. Prices from $5 up. WASHING MACHINES, Wringers, Carpet...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 December 1909

TUB CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, DEO. IS, 1000. Notes arad Comment Of Interest to Women Readers THE MATRIMONIAL DIARY to Looming Large In the Dlvoroi Court. Within recent months we hart Boted that more and more frequently Alarles have been introduced Into di vorce trials kept by one or both par ties to the suit. Sometimes those Road to Dissolution. diaries were begun long previous to any open disagreement between man and wife, when one or tbo other may have been unconscious of any infelicity between them. In such a case the un suspecting one, all ungarded in nta or her innocence, has been daily re cording in the accusing book, every act that would be prejudiced in the eyes of court or Jury set down In black and white and In cold blood. There Is no distinction in law be tween divorce sought in a hot temper and divorce with malice aforethought. We sincerely trust that the "holy bonds of matrimony" will not become generally vitiated by the practice of keeping a diary dating from the wed ding da...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 December 1909

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, DEO. IS, 1999. PAID IN FULL Novelized From Eugene Walter's Great Play By JOHN W. HARDING 8 i.byC.W.DillinJhnCfc J Copjrrlhf.I5SI, m CHAPTER XIII. REMORSE may be the least Ac tive of all the moral senses. , Still, there Is no heart abso lutely without It. No sooner bad his wife passed from his view than It became active in Brooks, having been fired by the flicker of shame that the fall realization of bis villainy had provoked as he took down the receiver of the telephone to call Captain Wil liams. In forcing Emma to deliver herself Into the hands of his employer he had not actually believed that It would be necessary for her to make the supreme sacrifice. "You can handle him nil right," he had told her. "You know how far you can let a man go all wo men know that" But be had been willing to take the chance that this sacrifice would be exacted, and, know ing only too well the brutal sensuous ness of Williams, his notorious de pravity and that ho had cast what he...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 December 1909

TUB omrtfiN, WEDNESDAY, DEO. i5, 1009. AJi"I,I,,I"I"I"IH CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMNS THE MOST RELIABLE MEDIUM FOR SPREADING INFORMATION STERLING. Last week Alford Bortree left for Althol, Mass., where he expects to remain an winter. Miss Ethel Mnlsome is visiting her brother at Dlnghamton, N. Y, Mrs. M. Mnlsorao is now on the sick .list. Mr. Austin Leaner has been an Invalid for years and is now confln ed to his bed. On the Uth Mrs. J. B. Phillips fell and badly sprained her ankle. A Mr. and Mrs. Doing, of Ply mouth, N. Y., are guests at the par sonage. A week ago the Sterling Orange had an oyster supper and over one hundred wero present. A number were present from Madisonvillo and Salem. Last Thursday the Ladies' Aid from South Sterling met at the par sonage and over sixty took dinner. On last Thanksgiving day Mr. Jas, Neville was 78 years old and he has been very poorly for sovoral months On the 8th he breathed his last and was laid to rest on the 11th at ZIon, Rev. Webster officiatin...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 December 1909

THfc WKATHWt Oa Friday fair wother ad light norUi westerly winds prevail, with lower temperature ip tc c if it tp p if p ic it tc r ip tc tr t? Scml-VVcekly Founded 5 fc 1908 5 fc Weekly Founded, 1844 J jtjtjtjtjtjijtjijtjtjijeijtjt.ttt IP IP IP P IP IP IP IP IP IP K P so IP IP IP K k Wlayne County Organ J6 of the 1 J I 1 UBLICAN PARTY tmett 66th YEAB. HONBSDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1909. NO. 100 W EE AY UP Uncle Sam Gets $695,573 For Sugar Frauds. NATIONAL TO PAY $700,000. Special Counsel For Government Makes Discoveries Criminal Prosecution to Be Poshed In Spite of Settlement. New York, Dec. 10. Arbuckle Bros., rivals of the sugar trust, have admit ted that sugar imported by them bas been underwelghed for nine years, and they -have paid $695,573 to the govern ment, Imitating in this respect the sug ar trust, which paid to Uncle Sam un der similar circumstances the sum of $2,134,000. Henry L. Stimson, special govern ment prosecutor in the sugar weighing frauds, mad...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 December 1909

i THK CITIZEN, FRIDAY, DEO. 17, 1B09. FAMOUS III HAWAII'S HILLS Japanese Slayer Is Caught Aftei Eight Years of Wild Life in ' Island Mountains WAS FEEDIN6 ON WILD BERRIES Escaped Two Days Before He Was to Have Been Hanged for Killing Coun tryman Then an Invalid, now a Man of Fine Physique. Honolulu, Hawaii. After enjoying eight years of freedom in the moun tains of Hawaii by escaping from pris on two days before he was to have been hanged, Fujihrra, a Japanese convicted of having murdered one of bis countrymen, has been captured. His story reads like a romance: Ten thousand dollars was the price of his liberty. This amount was raised by bit friends with Infinite work, owing to the poverty of the class of people to which he belonged, and paid, so he alleges, to Charles Moore, at that time jailer of Hllo prison, where Fujlhara was confined. For $10,000, Moore be trayed his trust and allowed his charge to escape. That was eight years ago. Assisted by his friends, Fujlhara made his way ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 December 1909

'1,'IUS Ul'JMZU&N, li'JUUAXi JWUV lit A WW. GRANGE. Making tbo Limo-Sulfor Wash. At thin' time of the year owners of fruit trees are preparing to spray their trees before the setting in of freezing weather. It consequently happens that many of the letters re ceived at the Division of Zoology of the Pennsylvania Department of Ag riculture contain queries in regard to spraying. No matter how often published, information is still re quested as the making of the lime sulfur solution, the quality of lime to use, whether Iron kettles In 'which the solution Is boiled will be dam aged, etc. The following replies to the questions contained in a letter recently received by State Zoologist Surface, of Harrlsburg, will, there fore, be read with interest: " Replying to your recent letter asking about the best formula for spraying for San Jose Scale, I beg to say there is certainly nothing better than the boiled Hme-silfur wash, either commercial or home bolled. If one has, much scale he shou...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 December 1909

CTIK C1TIZKX, FKXpAyt jpOvlTi 19 THE CITIZEN nnUilHBS KVSBY TTXEHMDAT AHD TKIDAT BT TBI cmzEf ruBusnino company. Catered as second-class matter, at ttaepoit offlce. Uonosdale. Pa. SDBSCIIIPTION $1.60 K.B.HARDENDERGH. - - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SKC'Y DIBKTOBS: 0. B. DOBrUKOKR. M. B. ALLRN. WILBOH. K. B. IIIEUKIUIHUU. TT. W. WOOD. FRIDAY, DEO. 17, 1000. Some (not all) of the people who complain about the proper bringing up of children, and who talk the most about home training, are those who have no children, and It Is evi dently a good thing that they haven't for a home without patience and charity, is a better place for a cat, a- canary or even a parrot than for a child with red blood. There are a great? many people surprised at the silence of the in tensified Independent and goody- goody Democratic newspapers of this State regarding the $32,000 bid (called election expenses) that Mr. Munson mado for a seat on the Su preme Court bench. If that gentle man had been a Re...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 December 1909

TI1K CmJOBX, FBIDAY, EC 17, 100. CENT AWORD COLUMN PHOTOGRAPHS taken up to and Including Wednesday, Dec. 22, finish ed for Xmas, " at Charlesworth'a studio. ' !9t3. SIX FOOT show case full of La dles' Gent's and Children's Solid Signet and Stono set Rings. Fif teen hundred different styles to select from. SOMMBR, The Jewe ler. Alilj GOODS sold engraved free of charge. SOMMER, The Jeweler. UMBRELLAS just received. All have handles of gold and silver. Everyone beautiful and prices right. 0. Petersen. 98t3. FOR RENT Three small rooms at 1231 Spring street. 83eoltf Otti HEATERS make nice Xmas presents. See our new styles. MURRAY CO.'S. OUR SHOW WINDOWS will give you an ldoa of what we have in the tore. Come in and look around. -C. Petersen. 98t3 RAZORS, SAFETY RAZORS and all kinds of men's gifts at MURRAY CO.'S. EXQUISITE water colors, oil paintings and etchings by Miss Jen nie llrownscombo and Wm. H. Ham for sale at Petersen's. Prices from $5 up. WASHING MACHINES, Wringers, Carpet Swee...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 December 1909

TEDS CrriZKW, FRIDAY, DBO. 17, SOME RULES SHE FRAMED "It seems to me," spoke up the girl who had on a real Irish lace Jabot, "that you have a peculiar way of en tertaining company! You've sat scrib bling at that desk ever since we came In!" "We're still here, you know," re minded the girl with the neck ruche that flaunted itself at the observer. "I was finishing my list of rules, with notes, for use of the girl who wishes to be a social success," explain ed the young woman at the desk. "When I've read them to you, you'll be glad you came. Listen! "Itulo 1. Never twlno a blue rib bon in your hair. "I did it, and I know. I had ap peared with black ribbons, pink rib bons, white ribbons, twisted' coquet Ishly through my coiffure, and noth ing happened, signifying that a blue ribbon would be fatal error. I thought the evening I wore the blue ribbon at dinner, when Jack McOUl gazed so long at me across the hotel dining room that at last I had mado an Im pression. "Ho had held aloof all su...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 December 1909

7 V THE CITlfcEN, FRIDAY, DEO. 17, 1909. PAID IN FULL Novelized From Eugene Waller's Great Play JOHN Vf. HARDING Copyright. 1908. by G. W. Dllliaf hu Cm. CHATTEB XIV. W AtVHEN Mrs. Brooks found 1MI herself alone In the street W W she walked along mechan ically, stunned by what bad Just occurred. Her heart seemed to bo pressed down by a weight, and her breath came painfully through her contracted throat She could not be Itovc that what she had gono through was real, the. thing was so mon strous, so utterly inconceivable. Her husband, Joe, for love of whom she had given up a llfo of case, for whom she had borno cheerfully tbo trials of poverty, In whom she had placed her entire faith, (els man, to whom Bhe had yielded herself trustingly, In whom, up to that hour, she bad be lieved as the soul of honor, had stood exposed as a thief and a liar. To save himself from the Impending punishment of his dishonesty he was willing to trade the honor of his wife! To maintain himself in the materi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 December 1909

THE OITlZfeN, FRIDAY, DEO. 17, 1009. IM ; CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMN ! THE MOST RELIABLE MEDIUM FOR PREADING USWICK AND LAKEVILLE. Mrs. Amanda Buntry, of South Canaan, died on Friday of last week. The funeral was held on Sunday at 12:30 p. m. at what Is known as the Upper Church at Canaan. Inter ment In the cemetery at that place. Deceased was an aunt of Mrs. John Mains, of Uswlck. Mr. Jacob Youngs returned from New York on Friday evening, having spent a week visiting friends in that city. On Wednesday of last week fire was discovered by Mrs. A. Qoble, of Lakevllle. It was issuing from Solo mon Miller's barn. Mr. and Mrs. A. Qoble assisted Mrs. Miller and the flames were soon entlngulshed. Mr. Miller was In Hawley at the time on business and the children were at school. Mrs. Vorna Loveless returned home from Scran to n on Thursday of last week to care for her grandmoth er, Mrs. Robert Loveless, of Lake vllle, who has been very ill with ery sipelas, but wo are very pleased to learn Is no...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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