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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 December 1909

THK WKATHKli Wede 1 wiW d seferly stationary temper Attires will prevail. P IT J? IP JC.K tf" IP K" C tC tC P K IT Semi-Weekly Founded 3 fc 1908 3 Weekly Founded, 1844 J if P JP K P IP JP JP P JP IP C P P f P Wayne County Organ 5 of the 1 REPUBLICAN PARTY v; 0 1 a - 66th TEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., "WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1909. NO. 101 MDwASwfPED Butler Testifies Against Mrs. Brokajy In Suit. SAW HER SMOKE CIGARETTES. He Served Cocktails to Her In Teacups, Tumblers and Shaken. Broker's Brother-in-law a Witness. Mlneola, N. Y., Dec. 21. That some one horsewhipped and kicked Mlsa Lee, who was Mrs. Brokaw's maid at High Point, N. O.; that Woods, the Imtler, served frequent cocktails and cigarettes at Mrs. Brokaw's door and that a bill Mrs. Brokaw had set down at $5,000 when she tried to figure up the $30,000 that Brokaw spent on her in one year was for only $2,510 were some of the things brought out by the defense in court here in Mrs. Bro kaw's suit for separation and alimony. W...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 December 1909

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, DEO. 22, 1000. BLACKMAIL PLAGUE AFFLICISJERIII Berlin Police Overworked Try toy to Protect the Public from Harpies "KNIGHTS OF ROUND TABLE" "Man from Oversea" Had One Wom an Put Where 8he Can Do No Harm for Awhile How the Oid Badger Game Is Played Abroad. Berlin, Germany. Increase ol pros perity In the empire and growth of nlght-llfe In the capital have brought an Increase In the number of those harpies who prey on the weaknesses of mortal nature and, having led men and women Into the "broad and easy way" demand heavy sums for , .their sllenco about the slips along the downward path. The department of the German criminal polloe which deals with blackmail la overworked and fresh men have to be drafted. Criminal Commissary Tresckow, the terror of blackmailers, never had hla hands so full and with all his ef forts he probably does not get on the track of one-third of the offenders. Almost every week the Berlin press prints something intended' to encour age black...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 December 1909

ran cmzKtf, Wednesday, dec. as; ibo. A ft CHRISTMAS ACROSTIC . HRISTMAS Is not only a mile mark of another year, moving s to thoughts of self-examination; Is a season, from all Its associa- ons. wnemer domestic or reiiBwuo, HEeSLlUK lUUUKUia UI JUjr, A wt" Issatlsfied with his endeavors Is a III 1 LUUIULCU I.I J nUUUCQDi fl.UU. i v mpty chairs of his beloved, it is . ... tit M Dnhniit Nil II1II 111 I H HM1II1I1K AUtU. v wa w niilct Qfovanonn o o o OW many old recollections and how many dormant sympathies oes the Christmas tlnio awaken! fappy, happy Christmas, that can hlldlsh days; that can recall to the . - .. . -1 1. . in man t ri ii i f j;its ii rea ui uio vuuiu. i ii .1 t nurnv i- J. flnnlHi nnH hla n 11 1 0f Pill your Elass again, with mnrrv fnrft nnn rnntentGrt neartj hall be merry and your New Year happy one. Charles Dickens. o o o EMEMBEK tnat as surety as in that baby life at Bethlehem Awn ln V r rf-nrav Tir li 1fVi ri n Q Til Tl 1- -11 11. Hl 4-ltn nniifoi iiiiitii an luq ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 December 1909

SHE CITLEKN, WEDNESDAY, DBO. Me, ISM. THE CITIZEN muuiD stxbt mmnasiT akd fbidat bt THE CITIZEN FCBLHHrNO OOHPAKY. Bntarod&a eecond-class matter, at the post office. Honesdale. Fa. BUBSCRIPTION 11.60 H. B.HAKDENBKlUJn. - - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SKC'Y diuectobb: 0. b. dobrukoeb. m. b. allkh. bbkbt wu.bok. k. b. naboehbbbqh. W. W. WOOD. WEDNESDAY, DEO. 22, 1000. Christmas week makes weak pocket-books. Have a right merry Christmas and royal good time. A poet sings, "Oh, what will the Christmas bring?" Dills, sir, bills. It is sad to note that the average Christmas .stocking is longer than most purses. Money gets tight, the same as brokers and bankers, about Christ mas time. Say not that Christ has been born in your heart if the poor bo not borne npon it. ' For immediate results the town newspapers are the battleships of the advertising fleet. Somebody should send Zelaya a liberal quantity of stovaine. He will need It when the paddle is applied. It really requires a ma...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 December 1909

TJIK CTREE If, WEDNESDAY, DEO. 98, 1000. CENT A WORD COLUMNS YOU WILL FIND the largest line of sleighs, prlcea right, at B. T. Smith's. 1120 Church street, Hones dale, Pa. 89el8. THE ANNUAL MEETING of Mtlan Tllle Bridge Company will bo held at Mllanvllle, Pa., on Monday, Jan. 3, 1910, nt 10 o'clock a. m. ChaB. E. Beach, Secretary. 2eoI101 PHOTOGRAPHS taken up to and Including Wednesday, Dec. 22, nnlsh ed for Xxnas, at Charlesyrorth's studio., f9t3. SIX FOOT show case full of La-, dies' Gent's and Children's Solid Signet and Stone sot Rings. Fif teen hundred different styles to select from. SOMMER, The Jewe ler. ALL GOODS sold engraved free of charge. SOMMER, The Jeweler. OIL HEATERS make nice Xmas presents. See our now styles. MURRAY CO.'S. RAZORS, SAFETY RAZORS and all kinds of men's gifts at MURRAY CO.'S. WASHING MACHINES, Wringers, Carpet Sweepers or Sewing Machines will make mothers happy on Xmas and all the New Year. They are not so expensive If you buy them at MURRAY CO.'S. OU...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 December 1909

ctb crnzEpr, Wednesday, dec ae. iw. 1 CULTURE OF THE ASPARAGUS. Importance of the Proper Care of the Beds During the Hot Sum mer Woathor. Asparagus Is in the proper state for v cutting when the shoots are two Inches above tho surface of the ground and the top buds aro close and com pact. The shoots should be cut every morning. All small stems should bo cut off close to the ground. Garden rsuso an asparagus kn'lfo, having a straight, narrow, tapering blade about alx to eight inches In length and about an Inch broad at the haft. The knife should be sharp. Cut tho shoots off slanting, about three Inches below tho surface, taking care not to wound or break off tho young shoots coming from tho some root. To have tendor, melting asparagus, cut the shoots when six inches high, cutting level with tho ground; the whole will then be tender. All below tho surface of the ground is tough and stringy. The asparagus rows should be kept per fectly free from grass and weeds. Run the cultivator betwe...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 December 1909

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, DEO. 23,. 1000. PAID IN FULL Novelized From Eugene Walter's Great Play By JOHN W. HARDING CcpjrifH 1908, by G. W. Dilliajhaaft C. I CHAPTER XV. , ATTAIN WILLIAMS' lower, Jaw advanced, and his pig gish eyes contracted. Ho threw off his too amiable de meanor. Hla voice became harsh and cruel as his natural brutality asserted Itself. "A man like me, eh?" he rasped. "That's pretty hard language, Mrs. Brooks." "Please forgive mo and let me talk." "If you didn't come here to see me sort of socially, what did you come for?" "About Joe my husband." "What about him?" "I asked you the amount of the def alcation." "You said It was your business. Well, It's more than $10,000." Emma was astounded, and her heart sank. She had not Imagined that It could be so large a sum. "Is that the truth?" she asked. "I ain't never been noted for lyjng." "Cantata Williams, I've come here to plead with you to save Joe and me. and my family from disgrace to ueep him out of Jail. You knew m...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 December 1909

mm BBKVtBHI It 1 F ' THE' CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY,. DEO. 92, 1900. fi-t CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMNS THE MOST RELIABLE MEDIUM FOR SPREADING INFORMATION WAYMART. Katherino and Olle Stephenson are visiting their sisters In Schenectady,- N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. U. E. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Smith were called to Jermyn to-day by the death of their brother, Frank Jeffrey. Hazel and Leida Chubb visited Carbondale friends the latter part of the week. Mrs. John Dimock Is suffering from a severe attack of erysipelas. The funeral of Mrs. Mary Jane Smith, widow of the late Lafayette Smith, was held yesterday from the M. E. church. Mrs. Smith was 111 only a few days with pneumonia. She was a woman esteemed by all who knew her. Mr. Scudder, of Mlddletown, N. Y Is visiting his daughter, Mrs. F. R. Varcoe. Those who are home from college for their Xmas vacation are Frank and U. J. Doyle of Philadelphia, and Ruth Tuthlll of Drew Seminary. HAWLEY AND WILSONVILLE. The stores in town are in full holi day atti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 December 1909

THE WEATHER Friday fair weather and nearly stationary temperature will prevail. C IP r t? K" fl t IT if if P IT K" tf P if Scml-Weekly Founded fc 1908 . 5 fc Weekly Founded, 1844 j j j j jt jt ji ,x jt j: j j , jm iim i 1L Wayne C .y Organ 5 J REPUbl ,N PARTY 0 03 66th TEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1909. NO. 102 COOKS WIFt CONE Sailed to Meet Explorer In a French Port. DOCTOR TO REMAIN AWAY. His Former Friend and Counsel Says Discredited Polar Traveler Will End His Says In Greenland or Norway. New York, Dec. 23. Mrs. Frederick A. Cook, wife of the once honored arc tic explorer, has disappeared from her home In Brooklyn, and H. Wellington Wack, legal adviser and former inti mate friend of Dr. Cook, says she is In Europe. "Mrs. Cook sailed for Europe nine teen days ago," said Mr. Wack today. "She sailed under an assumed name on board a steamer for Naples and was to meet her husband in a French port. "Ho had sailed two days ahead of her on a faster ship, and her...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 December 1909

'Twac omzBK, fiiiday, DEO. 24, 1909. RATTLER'S POISON CONSUMPTION CURE Philadelphia Physician Describen Remarkable Scientific Use of Snake Venom EXPLAINS JUST KOW IT ACTS Dr. Maya 8aya Hypodermic Injection of Deadly Drug Can Stop Tubercu losis May Yet Receive the $100r 000 Prize Offered by Yale Alumnus. Philadelphia. Rattlesnake venom, scientifically termed "crotalin," Is a new remedy that Is arresting and cur ing cases of consumption, and one which may yet receive the $100,000 prize offered by a Yale alumnus for a euro of the white plague, In the opin ion of noted physicians. In the American Journal of Clinical Medicine the results of a preliminary Investigation of rattlesnake venom as a curative agent are given In an arti cle by Dr. Thomas J. Mays, a well known authority on' consumption. He is one of the few 'men i who have had successful results In treating pulmon ary tuberculosis with drugs. He is a medical director of the Philadelphia Clinic for the home treatment of chest and,...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 December 1909

THE OmZKK, FRIDAY, DEO. 24, 1000. MESSENGER.FROM SANTA CLAUS "I never did see Santa Claus, but I've seen his mesa'nger," said BUly, gravely. "His messenger!" gasped bis as tonished mother. "Why, Bill, who put that Idea Into your head?" "Didn't you ever see him, mam ma?" "See who?" "Santa Claus' mess'nger." "Of course not, child." "Well, I did," stoutly declared Billy. "I saw him down by the big gate yesterday. And he's gdln'Ho bring me a new sled." A ripple of laughter went round the family circle. Billy's mother rose and took him by the hand. "It Is time little boys were In bed," she said, and led him from the room. When the child was snugly tucked away between the sheets his moth er bent down and kissed him. "Good-night, darling," she whis pered. "To-morrow Is Christmas, and maybe if you are a real good boy Santa Claus will bring you some thing. But good little boys don't tell fibs, Billy remember that." Doris Lathrop sighed, even as she crooned a soft lullaby that sent Billy drif...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 December 1909

SSOS .CITIZEN, .IfXMDAXt DKP- M , THE CITIZEN rOBUSBID KVJSBT WKDNK6DAT JLHD FRIDAY BT rartcmzzN PDBLXBnnco company. itered as second-class matter, at the post olUce. Ilonesdolo. Pa. SUBSCRIPTION 1.50 C. B.HARDENBKKGH. - - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD, - - MANAGER AND 8KCV dibbctobb: s. b. sobrukqxb. m. b. allen. ' WILSON. K. B. IIABDKKBBHUU. W. W. WOOD. FRIDAY, MEO. 24, lOOtf. Sad is the heart that cannot re joice at Christmas time. Christmas comes but once a year to make our pocket-books feel queer. This is the season of the year when every one is looking for something aow In stockings. It's a wise husband who prepares to pay for the Christmas gifts recolv od from his dear wife. Know all men by these presents (Christmas presents) that the milk qf human kindness is still sweet. The time to .advertise is when you want business. The time to quit is when you are ready to step aside and .give the other' fellow a chance. , The new Christmas game will be very fashionable. The players hunt throug...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 December 1909

9718 OfHZKDT, FRIDAY; faEO. 3, 1609. ' CENT A WORD COLUMN YOU WELL FIND tho largest lino of sleighs, prices right, at E. T. Smith's. 1120 Church street, Hones dale, Pa. 98el8. THE ANNUAXi MEETING of Mllan tIIIo Bridge Company will be held at Mllanvillo, Pa., oii Monday, Jan. 3, 1910, at 10 o'clock a. m. Chas. B. Beach, Secretary. 2eoll01 SIX FOOT show case full of La dies' Gent's and Children's Solid Signet and Stone set Rings. Fif teen .hundred different styles .to solect from. SOMMER, Tho Jewe ler. ALL GOODS sold engrared free of charge. SOMMER, The Jeweler OtU HEATERS make nice Xmas presents. See our new styles. MURRAY CO.'S. RAZORS, SAFETY RAZORS and all kinds of men's gifts at MURRAY CO.'S. WASHING MACHINES, Wringers, Carpet Sweepers or Sewing Machines will make mothers happy on Xmas and all the New Year. They aro not so expensive If you buy them at MURRAY CO.'S. OUR show windows will give an Idea of what the interior of the store looks like, Step In and con vince yourself. SOM...

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 December 1909

m 7 the ornzKir, Friday, dec. 24, ieoo. 7 ft VENTILATING A PIGGERY. A System Established at the Cana dian Agricultural College. A piggery Is about the most dlffl cult of farm buildings to ventilate properly. It Is always wet and damp tinder ordinary circumstances, un like 4 cow stable In this regard, and the Bystem of ventilation which an swers for a cow or horse stable does not answer for a piggery. The Ruth erford system of -ventilation which I described in The Tribune Farmer re cently I hardly think will answer for a piggery, neither will the King sys tem. Something radically different is required. The system which I am about to describe has been In use at the experiment farm here for twelve years and has given splendid satis faction. Described In a general way It may be said to consist of a number of hol low shafts or tubes, placed inside the stable in contact with or close to the walls. These hollow shafts start aoout a foot or eighteen inches from the floor and extend vertical...

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 December 1909

TH OITIEEK, ITiroAT, DEO. 24, 1009. il PAID INS rULL Novelized From Euone Walter's Great Flay JOHN HARDING I i nun ii i mini CHAPTER XVI. o H, there you are!" Mrs. Harris stood glaring I LJr at her son-in-law. "I thought you were going to meet us," said Beth, with a toss of her head. "We waited until every one had left the theater," snorted her mother, flop ping Into a chair and fanning herself Vigorously. "I'm sorry. I forgot," explained Brooks, who this time spoke the truth. "Forgot, forgot I That's a nice ex cuse!" "I said I was sorry." he snapped. "I've been worried about something else." "Just spoiled the whole evening, leav ing us there to be Insulted by a lot of men," declared Mrs. Harris. "When wo .were standing In front of the theater, waiting for you, a snip of a boy came lip to me and said, 'Hello, little one, aren't you lonesome 7 " "Why, I thought he spoke to me!" affirmed Beth. Her mother looked at her indig nantly. "No, he didn't," she retorted, with asperity. "I gues...

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 December 1909

TITS CITIZEN, FltTOAY, DEO. 24, 1000. r. K;1 J 11 22I ! CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMNS THE MOST RELIABLE MEDIUM FOR SPREADING INFORMATION 4fllfIi,,I"I'I"II''I'I'I'I,I,I' liAKKVILLE. Friends! Everybody! Don't for get the oj'Eter supper and ball at Lakevllle on Xmas eve, Dec. 24th. Abraham Miller was homo for a few days last week. Rose and LUa Tetchlez of Fowler town, are attending school at this place and boarding at D. A. Lock lln's. Norman Bishop visited his mother, Mrs. A. Degroate, of Honesdale, last week. Lucy McKans-leturned to her home at Honesdale after spending the sum mer with her grandmother, Mrs. Caroline Harris. Mrs. Oliver Locklin visited her sister, Mrs. Orant Kimble, of Scran ton, last week. Mrs. Margaret A. Bishop, of Potter county, is the guest of her uncle John Bishop, and family. John C. Pennell of Arlington, has secured a position in E. Goldbach's shoe store at Hawley. Clarence Kimble of Hawley, was a caller at Aaron Coble's on Wednes day evening. Aaron, little son of M...

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

THE WEAttHEli 6a Wednesday partly cloudy to fair weather will prevail, aad oa Thursday, general! fair weather. 4P " jP C it P I? JP P K" jc K P it T r T Semi-Weekly Founded k 1908 5 Weekly Founded, 1844 j j ,x j j ji jt jt jt j j , pPn'iPiPppppppPtPK,iPiPir- Wayne County Organ J6 of the , ,1 J RE S tLl'CAN PARTY t a u .a 3 66th YEAR. HONESPALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1909. NO. 103 Cttett s His Answer to Bessie De Voe's Suit Is Filed. NEVER PROMISED MARRIAGE. Actress Produces Letters Addressed to "Dearest Bessie" by Young Multimillionaire, Sending Love and Kisses. New York, Dec. 28. Frank Jay Gould has filed his reply to the charges of fraud and misrepresentation which Bessie De Voe, a former stage favor ite, brought against him in her action for $250,000 damages in connection with an alleged promise to marry her. His answer says he never promised to wed the actress and is a general de nial of the accusations. It was not put in, however, until after his law yers had ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 December 1909

on amiN, Wednesday, dec. ae, ieoe. ALL POWERFUL MONEY TRUST Almost Absolute Control of Country's Financial Affairs Now in Six Men's Hands WHAT COMBINATION CAN DO Fix Interest Rate, Call Loans for Mil lions Overnight, Manipulate Bank Reserves, Blsok Government Loans, Bring on a Panic, Contract Credits. OOOOOOOOOOOODO THE GREAT MONEY TRUST, WHAT IT CONROL8 AND WHAT IT CAN DO. DICTATORS OF THE TRUST. J. Plorpont Mergan, George F. Baker, Jamea Stlllman, William Rookefriler, William K. Vandsrbilt, Henry C. Frlck. WHAT THEY CONTROL: The three largest banks In America, National City, Na tional Bank ef Cammeroe and First National. The three largest Insurance osmpanles, Equitable, Mutual and New York Life. Ths greatest In dustrial companies, Standard Oil and Steel Trurt. WHAT THET CAM DO: Fix the rate of Interest, call millions of leans over night, manipulate bank reserves at will, contract or ettpand cred its, dictates the terms of all 8 large ffnanolal undertaking, q embarrass Government O...

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

i 7KB tXMomS, WKOKKSDAY, DEO. 90, 190, ALIENS PRODUCE AMERICAN TYPE Marked Departure in Physique of hamSgeaati' OuUnm Ntedby CHANGES OF SHAPES IN READS Effect ef Climate and Environment Evident Almest from Landing Chil dren of Sicilians Not So Lono-Head-ed,of Hebrews Not So Round-headed. Washington. D. C. Uncle Sam nulokly makes Amorlcana of the chil dren o tanxalsranta. Bran what ha to been deemed th moat enduring racial haracteriatlcfl are rapidly onaaeed. So the Immigration Commission states in a preliminary report present ed to Congress. The atatomeat la re gard od as of importance to anthropo logical eclenco, tor It Indicates the derelopmeat of a distinct American type In persons of European descent. The lnrestigatlon was conducted chiefly br Prof. Boas of Columbia Uni versity. Tho Inquiry has beea con fined so far to New York City and to Immigrants from Sicily and from the Bast of Ehtrope and tholr children. Prof. Boss's measurements go to show thai TJnclo Sam gets busy at onc...

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

SHE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, ;DKO. S, 1009. THE CITIZEN rVBUSHKD 1CVKBT WXDHZBDAT AKD TRIDAY BT tub crnzER FUBLiBiinta compact. Cntored as second-class matter, at thepopt offlcc. Honcgdale. Fa. SUBSCRIPTION J1.60 K. B.1IARDENBEKOH. - PRESIDENT rr. w. wood. - - manager and secy dibkctoes: o. h. DosrimoEn. u. b. allen. HE9BT WIL80K. 1. B. nARDKHBBRQlT.- W. W. WOOD. WEDNESDAY, DEO. 29, 1000. Dr. Cook Is a man after P. Barnum's own heart. The scientists ot Copenhagen are to be congratulated that they had the necessary courage to admit they had been fooled. We hope the members of our National Geographical Society will commence to develop their re opective bumps of courage, for it Is possible they will need a larger stock than they, now have, sooner or later There 'la one whlto mark to tho credit of Dr. Cook, for reporting to the Esquimaux that he had discov ered the Pole. For it was this report which started Peary on his last Jour ney towards the place, which we have faith to believe, existed...

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