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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 January 1910

11110 WKATIIKR Wcdncfltlny fair wenthcr and ncnrly stationary tcin pcraturen will prevail. " x j sc te ;5" K" K r Wayne County Organ Scml-Wcekly Founded 1908 3 V; ? fc Weekly Founded, 1844 J of, the t REPUBLIC . . j .tf 67th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1910. AELPARTY If NO. g F Sec'y Wilson Testifies Be fore Congress Committee. SAYS FARMER GETS LITTLE. Calves Sell at a Cent a Found Cheaper Than Formerly, Yet Frice of Veal Has Risen 20 to 30 Fer Cent. Washington, Jan. 25. Secretary of Agriculture ,1 allien Wilson tostlfletl be fore the Moore special committee of the house of representatives, which on n basis of a measure to prohibit the storage of perishable foodstuffs for a longer period than six months In the District of Columbia has inau gurated an Investigation of wide scope and purpose. It is Intended to call experts from the agricultural department, farmers, commission men, wholesalers and re tailers from Washington and else where. It is intended thr...

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 January 1910

9 Tn crnzE2Vr Wednesday, jax. so, 1010. FHPPiNR mm ! BY MACHINERY First Aid for Men Who Lack the Nerve to Make Love in the Good Old Way TRY THIS SCHEME ON HER Phygmograph tlona for a Information Registers Girl's E mo Man Gives Authentic for Admirer, Whose Name Is Mentioned. Philadelphia. Hero Is a story that ought to send thrills of Joy to tho hearts of bashful men who haven't been able to muster up nerve enough to "pop the question" to the girl o! their choice and who have been hop ing fondly for another leap year to roll around. Just take the girl on an unsuspecting visit to tho laboratory of the psychological clinic of tho Univer sity of Pennsylvania, which Is dlroct ed by Dr. Llghtncr Wltmer, head of the department of psychology. Then have her place her hand dalut lly In a machine which you will no tice Is labeled a "phthysmograph" or "phygmograph," whatever that may be, and step Into an adjoining room to await developments. What the machine does Is to regis ter on a piece of pa...

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 January 1910

SnOI CITHMN, WKDNK8DAY, JAN. 20, 1010. JEWS FLOCKING INI HOLY LAND i Constitutions! Regime in Turkey Causes Influx from Russia, Persia and Elsewhere JERUSALEM IS IN THEIR HANDS Colonies Spread Through Plain of Es draolon and Mod earn Method of Agriculture Greatly ,lncreai Pro duction of Paying Crops. London. Letters from .Jerusalem gay that tho proclamation of tho Con stitution In Turkey has thrown open tho doors of Palestine to to incom ing of Jews from all parU ,of the world. In Jerusalem alono four-fifths f tho population of 100,000 now be long to the Jewish faith, wlills t Jaf fa, Tiberias, Safed, and Haifa Jews are reckoned by tens of thousands. Almost tho whole extensive plain of Esdraelon has been bought up by them. Their prosperous colonies spread from Dan to Boersheba, nrd even further soutli to the outskirts o.' Egypt. Thousands aro escaping from Persia to find shelter and protection In the Holy Land, while overy sh p from Odessa carries hundreds of them. The valley of tho...

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 January 1910

niE citizen, Wednesday, jan. 20, 1010. THE CITIZEN rOBLHIIKD KYERT WHDNESDAT AMD KKtDAT BT THE CtTIZEK rDBLUntNQ COMMHT. (Altered as second-class mnttrr. at the post offlce. llonesdale. Pa. SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 X. B. HAnDKNIlICnGII. - - prksidknt yr. w. wood. - managkk and skcy directors: 0. h. dorrlikqer. m. b. ali.kh. BKKRT WILSON. K. B. UARDENBIRQlt. W. W. WOOD. W K 1 N KS I A Y, .TAN. HO, 1010. Mnny predict a Republican split from the nalllnger-I'lnchot row. However, the mortality of third par ty movements Is about 999 to 1000. If the patent medicine men would net out something for those sinking spells In the coal bin, they wouldn't have to use last year's testimonials. , Mnny a wizened up dry "goods clerk In the big cities looks pensive' when he reads of the big prices forj all his father's farm used to pro-1 duce. If the cost of living is to he re-, duced, many housewives must ho in- j duccd not to expect every 10 cent package to be brought to their doors. Many a girl who wouldn...

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 January 1910

TI1E CITIZHN, AVKbNtiSDAY, JAN. 20, 1010. i CENT A WORD COLUMN! AVE CAN SAVES YOU big money If you wish n Fire and Burglar Proof Safe. Write or call and bo astonish ed nt Uib saving. WYMAN W. KIM BLE. lino2 AVANTEI) A Smoother to do acid work part of the time. Experience required. Clinton Cut Glass Co., Aldenvllle, Pa. Ctf. ATTENTION! Tho Klinblo plan ing mill Is always ready to piano mntch and rip lumber of any kind. Also estlmato on cabinet work, WY MAN W. KIMBLE. lwo2 YOU WILL FIND tho largest lino of sleighs, prices right, at E. T. Smith's. 1120 Church street, Honcs dnle, Pa. 99cl8. FOK SALE A heating stove, in good condition, suitable for olllco or house. Inquire of Mrs. II. Wilson, 307 Fifteenth street. 89tf. LOCAL MENTION. The Civics class of the Hnwley High school attended the session of court on Friday last. Prof. Creasy chaperoned tho students. Jno. E. Richmond left on he Erie train for Connecticut by the way of Now York to attend the fun eral of a nonagenarian uncle. The ...

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 January 1910

THH 01TI2KW, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 20, 1010. TIIK COUNTUY IIOAD. Is Enormously Important To-day m Compared With Old Conditions. Country roads have como to occu py a place In the llfo ot our popula tion enormously Important as com pared with the old conditions. For merly each farmer was to a large ex tent his own manufacturer and con sumer, and used little not produced or made on the farm. At tho pres ent time ho takes full advantage of the world's factories, commerce, lit erature and art, and finds it econom ical to leavo to tho world's factories, tho manufacture of most ot the arti cles which he uses. Tho result Is that tho road which connects him "with tho nearest satisfactory mar ket has become a vital link In his everyday life. It has been very commonly sug gested that success In agriculture Is the result simply of the uso of tho best methods of cultivation and man. agement on the farm Itself, whereas In reality the successful" agriculturist of today must take nn actlvo part In tho tr...

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 January 1910

STUB ClTinClT, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 20, 1010. tt mi tin mi 11 C SB j b Barr j 11 UH- HII olltl-II? Wilton Andrews, the leader of the special orchestra accompanying a dramatic production which recently visited Washington, told at the Gar rick Club a curious story about a violin pupil ho onco had. "It -was at Wichita, Kan., whero I was teaching in the early '80s, that I got hold of this pupil," ho said. "Ho -was a plasterer. Don't laugh when I say on top of that that ho was ono of the most promlsng violin pupils I ever had. Ho was a quiet, good-natured, sawod-off, named Frank Barr, but everybody called him Brlcky Barr, because ho had the reddest suit of cowllcky hair that over entered Into competition with n stormy sunset. Ho was about four Inches ovor 5 feot high, but aa broad across tho back as Hncken schmldt, with a pair of orang-outang arms that reached almost to his knees. Ho could pick up by the rear axle a two-horse wagon loaded with brick and raise It flvo feet clear of the ground ...

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 January 1910

TUB CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 20, 1010. THE MOST RELIABLE MEDIUM FOR SPREADING INFORMATION HAWLEY& WILSON VILLE Friday's rain storm cnuRed fiood llko conditions In tlio Lnckawaxen and Pnupack streams. Tlio lco went out In the former stream Friday night, doing hut little damage, such as the overturning of a few small buildings. The people at the Eddy were grently relieved since the lco was frozen to a great depth. It was apprehended that a flood would bring borlous results. Mr. Kelly, of Scranton, has start ed a "Nickelette" in L. Richardson's building on Church street. This Is especially interesting to the young sters whose main theme of conver sation now Is "Have you been to tha NIckeletto7" or "Are you going this evening?" and "How do you Hko It?" Some of the early risers at Wllson vlllo heard a terrific crash at day break on Wednesday morning. It waB the falling of a wagon house and shed on the bank of the Pau pack. Duo to Its dilapidated condi tion it could not stand up under...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 January 1910

THE WKATHKn - On Friday, overcast to parfljr cloudy nnrt slightly milder weather will prevail, nnd on Saturday, generally fair weather with slight temperature changes. Scml-Wcekly Founded vt 1908 J .Wayne County Organ J of the REPUBLICANARTY k Weekly Founded, 1844 2 tt ,tyt 4 ,(,. .4 ,S fc it fcv VTv9 it it 67th YEAE. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1910. NO. 8 PARIS FLOOD RESISTLESS Entire Quarter of City Is Submerged. PEOPLE IN FLIGHT. Water Rising at Rate of Four Inches a Minute. DAMAGE IS INCALCULABLE. Taris, Jan. 2". Early tills morning. I under the enormous pressure o the llood, the retuinlng walls of the rail way station on the Qua! d'Orsay save way. Immediately a tumultuous tlood spread over the entire qunrter, caus ing a panic among the residents. The water rose In the streets with fright ful rapidity. It was necessary to get boats In a hurry to begin the work of rescuing the residents near the river. Half clad the Inhabitants of the houses Hocked to the wind...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 January 1910

THH OITIZHN, KM DAY, JANUAKY !, 1010. UN LAY FIGURE TO EXHIBIT WEALTH University Professor Says Wives Arc Used to Hang Out Signs of Prosperity A FEMININE COMPETITIVE GAME Natural Desire to Excel Causes a Great Deal of the Present Alarm Ing Extravagance Dressing not for Husbands but for Other Women. Chicago, III. Views expressed be foro two hundred women In a lecturo on "Women's Dress," by Professor Wflllam I. Thomas, of the University of Chicago, have created general In terest here. "Do you think It a ust accusation to say that women dress only to please men?" was a query Professor Thomas was asked. "No," was the reply, "I regard it as a sort of feminine competitive gamo. It is the natural desire to excel In a thing in which they are vastly Inter ested, which causes a groat deal of the extravagance." "Don't you think that women spend a great deal more on clothes than they would otherwise do merely to please their husbands?" asked another. "I think very little dressing Is done for th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 January 1910

mm CITIKHN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 158, 1010. MAY MAKE NEGROES WHITE Chlcagoan Believes It Possible to Neu tralize Color Line and Change Dlack Man's 8kln. Doston. Q. T. Simpson, a stock breeder ot Chicago In attondanco nt the recent meeting of tho American Association for tho Advancement of Science, declared that it was only a matter of time when the negro of tho darkest hue could be made as pink Bklnnod as tho Caucasian. "13y experiments with plants and nnlmals scientists have discovered much of tho so-called laws of heredity, and in doing so have unearthed a great deal on the nature of chromo somes, the unit of Ufa which gives col or," read Mr. Simpson. "I think wo are on Uio verge of gaining complete control over these chromosomes, and that means the control of color. By a set process of treatment with baths or Injections this new tide In the nffalrs of the black man will bo brought about and these color units In the colls of the creature will be attenuated or destroyed. "To-day wo can ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 January 1910

THE CITIZEN, FIUOAY, JANUARY 28, 1010. THE CITIZEN rOBMSUED KVXBY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAT IIT TIIR CITI 7. EH rUDMMUHO COMrANT. Watered as second-class mntter. at Hie post o 111 co. llonesdale. 1'n. SUBSCRIPTION , ... 11.50 K. B. IIAICDKNIIKHQII. - PKKSIDKNT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAOKH AND SKO'Y DIRKCTOR8: 0. H. DORFMNOKIt, M. R. ALLEN. ntNBT WILBO.N. K. 11. llAKDKNBF.nQll. W. W. WOOD. 1MIIDAV, JANUAKV !!8, 1IUO. Shoes cost more. It will bo hnrd to keep sole and body together. Ho who Is false to a present duty breaks a tnrcad In the loom, and will find a flaw when ho may have for gotten Its cause. Doh't bo scared because the for tune teller warned you of a dark man about to cross your threshold. Probably only the coal man. What Is the use of Congress select ing a committee to investigate the Plnchot-Balllnger row, when the independent press, which assume that they are tho revised version of righteousness, have the verdict al ready written out. Aro our merchants prepared to meet the competi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 January 1910

THE CTTJEHN, Pill DAY, JANUARY 28, 1010. CENT A WORD COLUMN WE CAN SAVE YOU big money if you wish n Flro and Burglar Proof Safe. Writo or call and bo astonish ed at tho saving. WYMAN W. KIM BLE. lrao2 ATTENTION! Tho Klmblo plan ing mill Is always ready to piano match and rip lumber of any kind. Also cstimato on cabinet work. WY MAN W. KIMBLE. Ho2 "YOU WILL FIND the largest lino of sleighs, prices right, at E. T. Smith's. 1120 Church street, Hones dale, Pa. 99cl8. FOIt SALE A heating stove, in good condition, suitable for office or house. Inquire of Mrs. H. Wilson, 307 Fifteenth street. 89tf. LOCAL MENTION. Tho boycott seems to be the universal favorite when it tackles high price meat. Tho milk route formerly serv ed by Mr. Grimestone, will bo in charge of John Smith, of Bethany, who has purchased same. Messrs. Krantz and Soil have purchased the interest of their former partner, .Ino. Smith, in the firm of Krantz, Smith &. Coi Mrs. John Heinicklo is laid up with a fractured wrist...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 January 1910

TUB OIT1ZBN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1010. Two Bachelor Girls iiH""tt!i They wore sroat friends, and each hod vowod solemnly to tho other that they would never surrondor their lib erty to a man. "We will llvo together in a nice little suite of rooms," they said. "Why should wo neod a man to mako our lives" completo?" "Shall you bo called 'old Maids'?" n friend asked them. They indignantly re plied: "Why, no, we will bo bache lor girls." So they both entered college with the Intention of teaching school somo day. They never tired of their favor ite subject of conversation, and many were the plans and projects they dis cussed. In Imagination tho four dainty rooms they were to occupy to gether In the futuro were furnished over and over again, and their spare moments, were spent In working on sofa cushions and other pretty trifles dear to n woman's heart. The summer came and tho girls were to part for three months, and with their arms about each other thoy rejoiced that In one short year th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 January 1910

riia oiTineir, kmday, januaky 2, 1010. IQ IM H 5 gi nD i g iuj icj lU T Of Interest to Women Wholesale Buiineis Built Up in Ten Years By Two Women Result of an Original Investment in Stocks on a Capital of $1.25 Travel To gether Annually Through Europe. Two Philadelphia women of Her man descent have built up In less than ten years an extensive whole sale business as the result of an origi nal Investment In stocks that took n capital of exactly $1.25. The stocks are not of the kind that art) listed on exchanges or dealt in on the curb, but of the kind that wom en wear about their necks. One of the women was somowhat listlessly mak ing a stock for her own adornment one day when she suddenly exclaim ed: "I wish I could make some money." "Why not do for pay what you aro now doing for nmusement?" said a friend who sat by. The Idea took. The young women and a cousin bought $1.20 worth ot material, made several stocks and had no difficulty In selling them. That was the beginning of a busi ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 January 1910

TUK CITIZEN, FIltDAY, JANUARY 28, 1010. CORRESPONDENTS' COLUMNS THE MOST It I'M A III. K MEDIUM FOR SPREADING INFORMATION CLINTON. .Jj.j.4..t..jj.2.. nil departed for their sovoral uomcs icciing mat. inoy nai noon royally entertained by their host and, hostess. Grandma Uticklnghnm has been very sick during the pnst week. Her physician, Dr. Nlclson, Hays sho Is doing ns well ns can be expected. Uncle Sam's faithful servant, Wesley Spry, la using a string of bells on his team that can bo heard for a lone distance, the tone of 4WIMIHWM,I"I"H can bo distinguished by his many patrons. John Vnrcoo Is spending sovcrat days with old friends nt Kallsdale. William Stephens, of Ilcnch Lake, who broke his leg last nutumn, we aro glad to say Is able to go out of doors by the aid of a crutch. The many men from this place, who have been working for tho Uor- den Company at East Uoncsdale, have finished filling the ice houses and returned home. All spenk very highly of the superintendent, Geo. Lambr...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 February 1910

T1IK WKATHICH Moderate temperature nntl! tho latter part of tho week, when a cold wavo Is likely to appear, Is tho weather forecast for tho present week. X tf J? J" if if f? K J tf K VVle County Organ J t REPCAN PARTY J fe Scml-Wcckly Founded 1908 . 3 V; Weekly Founded, 1844 J : 0 r 67th YEAR. HONBSDALB, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1910. NO. 9 ieuk nUJEER. PROBE Alaska Coal Glaimants Boasted of "Influence." HI SOME OF THE FUTURE GREAT MEN AND WOMEN OF WAYNE COUNTY. GLAVIS AGAIN ON THE STAND. He Says James R. Garfield Missed) Cabinet Position by His Hos tility Toward Grabbers i of Land. Washington, Eeb. 1. An Interesting bit of testlmouy given before the cou Kress committee which Is Investigat ing the allegations invulvliig Secre tary Mellaril A. Ballinger's ndiiilnls tratlon of the Interior department was that Donald McKenzle of Seattle anil Nelson, Alaska, had boasted to Louis II. G la vis and II. D. Jones, special agents of the general laud office, that Alaska coal clai...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 February 1910

TIM CmXllW, WEDNESDAY, FICI1. 2, 1010. FOX OFF 10 WOODS WITH BIG Steals Hunter's Shirt Front and $175 Gem, Makes a Bee Line For the Hills WISE DOG WENT IN PURSUIT Catches Up and (Cross My Heart) Brings Back Its Master's Sparkler Ketchum Has a Bright Future, Mrs. Campbell Thinks. Montclalr, N. J. After an oxperl ence with his pointer dos Ketchum, Henry T. Campbell of No. 722 Vnlloy road says he believes the eminent an thropologists who are seeking the missing link in Java and other out-of-the-way places arc simply wasting valuable time. They are flnendhic good money that ought rather to bo ! devoted to the further development of pointer dogs. Campbell, who has the same love of the chase as Theodoro Roosevelt, only on a smaller scale, returned from a week's hunting expedition in the Morris county hills. He did not catch any wildebeests, as this is the closed season in Jersey for those well known denizens of the Peapack everglades, but he got four dead foxes and one live one, the latte...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 February 1910

TUB CimGN, WKDKK9DAY, FKII. 2, 1010. OUR LAND 1IUNGUY Vw Good Tillers of tlio Soil Uncle () UlO liiXIKll Back to tho lanat That tho possibilities of land pro duction In tho East aro not at all realized; that with propor methods of cultivation, as good results could bo obtained from New York State land, aero for acre, as any other State in tho Union, and thnt Now England Is hungering for farmers who know how to develop its soil, aro somo of tho points made by'Geo. T. Powell, president of tho Agricul tural Experts Association, who hnB been a practical farmer all his life. Why heed Horace Greeley's man date, "Go West, young man," and why live In cities when tho cost of living Is so high? nsks .Mr. Powell. "Hack to tho soil." says he. Tho eyes of tho wise men of tho West aro now turned toward tho East, and every day Mr. Powell receives batches of letters from that section In which information Is requested concerning cheap New England land. Mr. Pow ell can tell some wonder stories about ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 February 1910

rilK CITIZEN. WKIWK8DAY, FKH. 3, 1010. THE CITIZEN rOBUSUKD KVEBT WEDNESDAY AKD FRIDAY BT THK CTTIZKN rUBUSIIINQ COMPANY. VftitereU as second-class matter, at tho post offlcc. Honesdnlc. l'a. SUBSCRIPTION I1.G0 K. B. HAHDKNHKHUII, - - 1'UKSIDENT W. W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SKC'Y DIRECTORS: 0. It. DORrLINOKK. M. B. AI.IKN. HENRY WILBON. K. P. HARDKNIIICROII. W. W. WOOD. WKDNKSDAY, FICH. 2, 1010 If parents would smile more, their babies would cry less. A Massachusetts shipbuilding company has secured the contract to build two battleships, of the drcadnnugbt type, for tlio Argen tine ncpublic. at the aggregate cost of $23,000,000. The competition for this award was opon to the whole world and though Europoan builders had the advantage of cheaper labor, If that Is an advantage, and untaxed raw materials, the American con corn was able to secure the work. The superior skill and Intelligence of our mechanics and the higher standard of our machinery, compen sates for the differences In wages...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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