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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 April 1910

UIK CITIZEN, Fit I DAY, Al'Itlli 1010. SfPfGIGIGrQt6fIOr( CENT A WORD COLUMN! MX PIANO TUNING I will bo In HonCBdalo, May Qth to 13th. Or ders by postnl card, caro Hotel Wayno, promptly attended to. Sntn. S. WInt. 34t4 WANTHD Four experienced glass cutters who wish to become equal partners In n co-operntlvo com pany to manufacture cut glass. Cap ital required, ?250 each. Address tiorrcsponuence, GLASS CUTTER, caro this olllcc. 33t2. llHIDGi: PAlNTINtJ Dlds for painting Seclyvllle and Mnng'a stato bridges will bo received at the Com missioners' olliee, Honesdalc, until 9 a. m. Tuesday, May 3rd. Paint fur nished by county. 3t. FOR Flngging. Curbing, and Steps call on Miller, 174 Delaware St. eol 4t. DON'T work too hard. A Cam bridge sulky plow saves one-half of your plowing labor and does it bet ter. Murray Co., Honesdale, Pa. John McQuire has moved the Rupert house. into -Tho ladles of tho W. C. T. U. ! Deposit, N. Y Walter D. Llnaberry and fam ily, of High street, havo moved to OBIT...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 April 1910

THE CITIZEN, FIUDAV, A1MUL UO, 1010. The Scrap 00K Rough on Cannon. Speaker Cnntinn met tlio ltov. Hen ry N. Comlen. chaplain of tlio house of representatives, In n corridor onu dny. "Vou are an old hypocrite!" he said roughly. "Why, ' v hy, Mr. Speaker!" protested Dr. Coudon In great surprise. "Well, If you are not, 1 am," said the speak .... i i i, ,. "fiJii' Inst boon hear- -why, mi. srEAKEitl" about It," Then, while he linked his arm In that of the chaplain, he told the story: "The other day In tho house gallery a lady approached a doorkeeper who was protecting tho morning prayer from Interruption. She attempted to push past, but was restrained. 'Hut 1 must go in." she said. "1 want to see that man Can non.' " 'Just wait a moment,' said the doorkeeper. " 'Hut 1 must sec him. I have heard so much nbout him, per sisted the woman. mo save iruu- i Vn hln (he man lot " her In. On the"AND inn vnAYiNQ threshold she too!" stopped a moment and saw Chaplain Coudon with his head bowed In p...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 April 1910

TIIK CITIZEN, FRIDAY, APRIL 21), 1010. Cherub A Copyright, CHAPTER XI. N' OW, one doesn't expect to And n mau In frock cont and silk lint dodging behind bushes on n place like llewlngton Acres. Yet Cherub Derlno hnd corao to asso ciate that particular pnrt of Long Is land with all sorts of surprises. it appeared that this now arrival had Intended to see without being seen, but ho hud not been quite quick enough. Without stopping to consider Just why ho was doing it Mr. Devlno promptly Joined in the game by step ping Into the shrubbery nlso. The Cherub parted the bushes cau tiously, lie discovered tho stranger doing the same thing. Twice the Cherub stole stealthily around a bush, sure of having executed a successful flank movement on tho unknown, only to find that he had disappeared like a flash. Taking off his straw hat, the Cherub balanced it carefully on tho top of a rhododendron and began making a cautious detour. To walk In a stoop ing position for any distance one need to be in...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 April 1910

Till! 01TIZRN, KM DAY, APIUIj 20, 1010. X UUIlllLUI UliULllIU UULUmilU THE MOST HELIAHLK MEDIUM KOIi J. SPREADING ALDENVILLE. Isaac Sandercock, surveyor, was a business visitor In this vicinity on Friday. Clcll Davis spent Sunday in Car hondale. Those, who a few weeks ago com plained of the dry weather, will probably change their wall now, and cry for less wet. This fault finding spirit reminds us of the old story of the Irishman, who, after coming to this country, made the following comment on the American way of discussing the weather: "Over In olfl Ireland, when we were favored with a pleasant day. we thanked the Lord for It; but over In this country when over the Americans were favored with a nice day, Instead of being thank ful, they would say this is another bloomln' weather breeder." Kev. Ralnoy, having sold his team of sorrel horses, is now looking for more horse flesh. Grace Giles of Maple Grove, was a caller at George Gaylords Thurs day. She Is now spending some time 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. — 4 May 1910

On Wednesday partly overcast to fair weather and Monly falling temperatures and on Thursday generally fair and cooler weather. If C K" K1 JC K" tC tC C K X" 1C C tf h" k Seml-Wcckly Founded 4, 1908 f Weekly Founded, 1844 X Jf K C JC JC C C j :0 JC JC T $ Wayne County Organ ' of the REPUBLIC PARTY 67th TEAR. HONESDALB, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1910. NO. 35 s CHILD A S Fear "White Slavers "Mur dered Little Girl. MAKING A RIGID INQUIRY. Missing Child Last Seen When In Custody of Belle Moore, Mulatto Woman Now Under Arrest. Was to Have Been Sold. New York, May a. That an eleven-year-old girl who was bargained for by the women agents of the Roekefel lur white slave grand jury has beets brutally murdered and her little body hidden somewhere, if not destroyed completely, is the belief of Assistant District Attorney James 15. Iteynolds, who Is in charge of the present Inves tigation, which has resulted in the ar- rest and Indictment of two men and a woman on the charge of trallickl...

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

TOT! CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAY -I, 1010. PEN SKETCHES OF NOTABLE PEOPLE Emil Seidel, Milwaukee's Socialist Mayor. Enill Seidel, the uowly elected mayor of Milwaukee. Is a business man of good standing In the community and has been prominent In the political af fairs of the city for some years. In 100S ho was the Socialist nominee for the mayoralty, but was defeated, lie has served several terms as alderman and after his defeat for mayor was chosen alderman at largo to fill a va cancy caused by death. Physically Mayor Seidel Is a little man, not much over five feet In height and of slight build. Ills forehead is high, his nose prominent, and his mouth shows firmness and strength. Ho Is a native of Pennsylvania and forty-five years old; but, while still an infant, bis parents tool; him to Min nesota. Later his family moved to Milwaukee, and here the future mayor grow up. Ills education, except what he has given himself, was acquired in the public schools. At the age of thir teen he star...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 May 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1010. THE GRANGE SPKAYING AVini KEROSENE. An interesting letter was received at the Division of Zoology of tho Pennsylvania Department of Agrlcul turo from a man in Luzerne county who owns a small fruit garden, and who has been able to control tho In sect pests on his premises by (spray ing them with kerosene by means of an ordinary perfumery ntomlzer. In writing to State Zoologist H. A. Surface, in regard to tho matter, this man said: "1 used a common to-ounco atom izer tilled with clear kerosene. Wherever I noticed any Insert pests I at once used the kerosene spray. So far my place has been effectually ridden of about everything in tho line of insect pests, and I have not noticed a single instance of damage. As to grape hoppers, I have been surprised to see them fall In showers wherever I have used the sprayer." Professor Surface, In acknowledg ing the receipt of this Information, wrote: "I am much gratified to learn of your successful experience in ...

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

THE CITIZEN, WEDNKSIIAV MAV I, 1010. THE CITIZEN rDBLlBIIF.D KVERT WEDNESDAY AND FR1DAT BY MI CITIZEN rOBLUHINO COMTANY. Entered ns second-clnss matter, nt the post olllce. Honesdale. l'n. SUBSCRIPTION '. . ?1.G0 E. 11. HAKDENIlEltGH. 1'ItKSIDKNT W. W. WOOD, - MANAGER AND SKC'Y D1RECTUR8S C. Hi DOnrLlNQKK. .V. B. ALLEN a IK It Y WILSON. E. B. HARDENBERnll. W. W. WOOD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, HMO. Jnpan has now over 1D0 cotton mills In operation, the number ot employees being 400,000. The dally wage ranges from 0 tg 12 cents. What would happen In this coun try If the tariff bars were lowered, as demanded by certain public men representing sections having few If any textile Industries, must be obvi ous. in the words of Representative McKlnlay, of California, "Tear down the tariff walls, and you strike a blow at American industrialism which is the foundation of our pro gress as a people." The strike situation has now reached a condition that calls for only a recording of events as they oc cu...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 May 1910

niK CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAY I, 1010. 1 CENT A WORD COLUMN Mlt. MAN Oil IjADY: Will you exchange that road horso for n piano? See Mclntyre. 2t. HOW will you trade sowing ma chines? You can trade with Mc lntyre. , 35col2 FOR SALE Eight snares of Honesdale Natlonnl Hank stock at one hundred sixty-live dollars ($1G5) n share. Warren 1'. Schcnck, Hones dale, Pa. It PIANO TUNING I will bo In Honesdale, May 9th to 13th. Or ders by postal card, care Hotel Wayne, promptly attended to. Sam. S. Wlnt. 34t4 FOK SAIiU House containing ten rooms and bath, 30C Fourteenth streets Honesdale. Dwelling In ex cellent condition. All modern Im provements. FRANK STBINMAN tf FOR Flagging, Curbing, and Steps call on Miller. 174 Delaware St. eol 4t. TWELVE muslin trespass notices for ?1.00; six for sevonty-llvo cents. Name of owner, township nnd law regarding trespassing printed there on. CITIZEN office. FOR SALE A walnut upholster ed, parlor set of furniture consist ing of sofa and two largo cnairs. lu ouire...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 May 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1D10, HINTS FARMERS Green Manuring on Clay Soils. By tho following method n certain Dulutu (Mlun.) suburbanite lias suc cessfully -worked the .stiff red clay of his garden plot Into n rich loam pro ducing very satisfactory results. The clay was of tho stlffest red clay, tho kind that abounds In northern Minne sota and 'Wisconsin. IIo turned tuo sod under In the spring nud sowed It to ryo and cowpeas as soon as prac ticable. Then In July, when tho growth wns about eighteen Inches high, bo turned tho green stuff under, sowing the ground again to ryo nud cowpeas. In tho fall the second growth was turned under nnd tho ground manured liberally. The next spring ho planted tho lot to potatoes, using the BurbauU and Rose vnrlctlcs. From this plot, CO by CO feet, ho took out last fall thirty-five bushels of the finer sort of potatoes. Tho tubers wero of good size, solid and tho quality sound. One of tho specimens of Uurbank weighed two pounds. Tho crop will no ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 May 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1010. FATE AND ONE MRS MAGUiRE Between Them They Brought tho Parted Couple Together. By M. LOUISE CUMMINS. lira. Magulre looked up from her knitting n second time to meet the same pair of brown eyes. Again n Bense of familiarity In their gaze went over her. "And, sure, thcre'd bo nothing Btrnngo In that," she soliloquized, "aft er mo being attendant In this wnltitig room for tho past fifteen years." Nevertheless her mind went back gropingly trying to place tho girl sit ting opposite. She gave a quick glance and reached what she sought with such suddenness that she fairly start ed. "'Tls the very wnn the very wan," she muttered. "But, Lord love us nil. what has changed her so much?" Presently she rose, holding her knit ting In her left hand, and made a little tour of the room, picking up a paper here, straightening a chair there, ap parently Intent only upon her business. But she paused near the woman who had attracted her attention. " 'Tls tiresome wor...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 May 1910

TUK CITIZEN, WKDXKSDAV, MAY 4. 10 10. I CORRESPONDED' COLUMNS X THK MOST liKLIAUJ.B MKDIUM FOK X 1 SPREADING INFORMATION ALDENVILLE. Hov. James Hnlney purchased n four-yenr-old colt from V. Cottle Inst week. The Clinton Cut Glass Co. has shut down, waiting for ulanks. G, 11. Knapp and George Gaylord are running a gasoline saw mill at the present writing. Tho base tinll team has bought a new outllt of base ball suits. They will be known as the "Alerts." Work on the ball ground has ceased for the summer. A new back stop has been erected. About ?G0 has been laid out on the field, be sides tho cost of the back-stop. Sev eral parties who signed for work on the ground have not appeared. S. J. Stanton is taking possession of one side of G. 11. Knapp's new house. C. C. Lozler lias razed the build ing known In olden times as the "Sho Ply" building, and whicli lias lately been used ns n carpenter's shop. The supervisors are working the roads In this section at present. An item in the Aldcnvil...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 May 1910

WIE WKATHKK - Partly cloudy on Friday; cooler in Southern portion. Saturday fair, wanner, liglit to rawl rate- r.orthwcct winds. K K" C JP P ( tC JO tC H jC K" jC K T Scml-Wcekly Founded J908 2 Weekly Founded, 1844 . J J OS J J J J jt jt jfc Jl JC l Jl J ttbetu Wayne County Organ or tlie 1 t - "i" .REPUBLICAN PARTY ,S JA , ,st J J ot J iJ J .A Ot J 2 O K S - 55 5 67th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1910. NO. 36 JAMES N. GILLETT. WEI.; OF THE MAINE. SCORES WIS is l MISB MARY HARRIMAN, S f i i President Taft Discusses "Cant of Demagogues." DEFENDS HIS APPOINTMENTS. Chief Executive Enlivens Gathering of St. Louis Business Men With Vig orous Speech Will Confer With Republican Leaders. St. Louis. May J5. After winding up his stay here with n reinnrknhte speech In which h denounced "demagogues and preachers of cant" who linve trou bled him, President Tuft left St. Louis early this morning for Washington, where he will confer with liepubllcan ' leaders concerning the situa...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 May 1910

TIIE CITIZEN, PltlDAV, MAY 0, 1010. FEW BIERS CO. Attendance Disappointing at St. Louis Convention. 10,000 EXPECTED; 500 THERE. Taft, When. He Speaks Tomorrow, Will Address Hundreds Instead of Thou sands Probable That Agricul turists Will Question Him. St. Louis. Mny 3. President Taft will address the farmers' convention here tomorrow. Hut when he ascends the platform he will not gaze upon the faces of the expected 10,000 tillers of the soil. When the convention opened yester day there were only about 000 persons present. Promoters of the convention who predicted the 10.000 attendance attrlh ute the disappointment to various J, causes. It is a representative gather ing, however, and included delegates ! from the norlh. south, east and west, j President Charles S. Harrett of Geor- gla was compelled to call an adjourn- , tnent one hour earlier than schedule yesterday after vainly calling the roll of speakers for several days ahead. It is still confidently predicted that at least 10,00...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 May 1910

TJ1K CITIZEN, FRIDAY, MAY 0, 1010. "THIS SUDDKX 8AWLOO" l'AYS. Frollt In Growing tlio Norway Poplar In the West, Western lumberman who have been looking for a tree that would set a movo on Itself and turn out lumber quickly are adopting tho view of the tree growers that tho desired variety has been found in tho Norway pop lar, known In the trado now as "the sudden sawlog." Tho Norway poplar promises to bo to tho North what the eucalyptus Is to tho South. Its rapidity of growth Is remark able. Two-year-old trees at tho ex periments station at York, Neb., are sixteen feet In height and threo in ches through nt the base, while In Minnesota and the Dakotas, where they have been experimented with for years, a fourteen-year-old treo will average 55 feet In height and 17 inches In diameter. They make good sawlogs at twelve and thirteen years. This Is due to the fact that, unllko many others, the tree does not waste Its energy In side limbs. It retains its size as it mounts upward and thus ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 May 1910

THE CITIZEN, FIUDAY, MAY 0, 1010. THE CITIZEN TCBLISUKD KVKnXjVWNF.SnXY AND FRIDAY BY TUB CITIZEN rUllLIBHINO COMPANY. Kntored ng second-class umttcr, at the post olUco, Honesdalc. I'll. SUBSCRIPTION ?1.G0 K. II. IIAKDKN11KUGII. - PltESIDKNT W. W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SKC'Y DtiiEcroKs: O. II. DORPLINOER. M. II. ALLEN. dKHRY WILSON, E. . II AnDEIUlKRtlll. W. W. WOOD. 1TUDAY, MAY 0, 1010. Next to the wife beater cornea the horso beater and It is to be regretted we have one or two in this com munity. A horse is the most noble and faithful of animals and the man who would abuse his horse has something lacking In his manhood We note with pleasure that the farms In this county are developing l. ., I.lclmr clnro nf cultivation. , 1 ,,,. rtn,n1v The young farmers have certainly Improved upon the old fogy methods j of their fnthers and the more mod-, ! . em way of farming is causing i .Mother Earth to produce her largest and best crops. C. Fred Wright is now State Treasurer, and It is a sourc...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 May 1910

HIE CITIZEN, Kill DAY, MAY 0, 1010. 1 CENT A WORD COLUMN AUCTION SAIjE I will Bell nt my residence on East street on Saturday, May 14th, nt 1 o'clock p. in. the fol lowing household furniture: Three bedroom suits, chiffonier with look ing glass with each suit, cot bed com plete, dining room chairs and exten sion table, sewing tnble, Invalid's table, dresser, desk, book case, three stands, carpets, looking glasses, clock, sowing machine, wnsh tubs, wringer, dishes, kitchen utensils, lawn mower, bed springs, mattresses, and other things too numerous to mention. UenJ. Gnrdner. Credit given to good parties. A. O. Blake, Auctioneer. 3Gt2. Mil. MAX Olt liADY: Will you exchange that road horse for a piano? See Mclntyre. 2t. HOW will you trade sewing ma chines? You can trnde with Mc Intyre. 35eot2 PIANO TUNING I will bo In Honesdale, May 9th to 13th. Or ders by postal card, care Hotel Wayne, promptly attended to. Sam. S. Wint. 34t4 TOK SAliK House containing ten rooms and bath, 30C Fourteen...

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

THE CITIZEN, Kit I DAY, MAY 0, 1010. X" NOTES IVY C.M.DARNITZ MVTRSIDE PA. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED These articles and Illustrations must not le reprinted without special permis sion. IN FOND REMEMBRANCE. The poets have cunc bf the old oaken bucket That hunt; in irrandpap's well. They've struck their harps about moth er's big slipper That made us bad Iclcs yell. 13ut how did they miss grandad's speckled hen, The hen with sly bqulnt In her eye, A demon to scratch In grandmother's truck paten, A ripper In wheat Meld and rye. Old hen. do you now from hen heaven look down To your lousy old nest In Fan's rack And regret the day when you. Hopped down on me And clawed thoso big holes In my back? Ha, ha! You remember the ducking you got In tho trough In the pozy barnyard, Where you cackled and clucked In the smell and the rot And dug your poor toe nails so hard. But It singing bards could forget grand pap's hen How could they par3 by her hen fruit? The egg of the mow that gave nog Its wild ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 May 1910

THE CITIZEN, I-'HIDAY, MAV 0, 1010. Ch Copyright, CHAPTER XII. MR. DEVINE took tho path to ward the stables, chuckling softly nt the odd dilemma In which ho found himself. "If ever I needed tho help of a slick lawyer, I guess It's now," mused Mr. Devlnc. "I'll go to town and look up Bob Drlscoll." Mr. Ilewltigton was content that Count Vecchl was no longer a menac ing llgure to liim nnd to Ills daughter. Mr. Devine was seeing to that. Be sides, there were more cheerful things to occupy Mr. Ilcwlngton's mind. lie had learned only a half hour before of some very good news. Ilewlngton Acres was no longer owned, even tem porarily, by another. In some way or other the estate had been restored In tact to his daughter. He had not grasped the details of this fortunate transaction, but ho understood vague ly that young Mr. Walloway had been largely Instrumental In clearing up the difficulty. Adele had mentioned him. He was an excellent young man, Nicholas Walloway. True, his family was not o...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 6 May 1910

THE OITIZKN, FRIDAY, MAY 0, 1010. COOOCOO(X00000000XKOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOQCKOOOCGOOOOOOOOO A CHAT WITH OUR NEIGHBORS W. G. llauso la visiting relatives removed to Horrlck, where she then regard to earth worms. The writer and friends in Bethlehem, Reading had a brother living, who hns died ! stntcd that ho had been referred to nnd Kiinborton, Chester county, Pa. , since. Her maiden naino was Ulan-1 the Stnto Zoologist to ascertain wlint Mr. Coyer, who recently purchased din. She Is survived by two sisters, could bo dono'to rid his garden of OOCOOCXXXOOOOCXOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOSOCXCOOCX3:CXOC among relntlvcs hore BEACH LAKE. Farmers arc waiting anxiously lot' fine weather and they are ready to plow, sow, and make garden as soon as It comes. Seeds that were 1'i't In the ground In March aro pro gressing slowly; not much time is gained by planting before the ground gets warm. Congratulations would bo In order If you meet Mr. Y. Wnrfleld, for a young gentleman wns announced In his homo Inst...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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