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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 April 1911

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, APIUIj 1(, 1011. THE COUNTY WHITE MILLS. If-'pcetal to The Citizen. WI11TH MlljliS, Pn., Alirll J8. Peter Wagner, Jr., MldcUetown, N. Y Is vlBiting his pnrents here for a few days. Martin Hellmeyer, Jr., Intended to go Into the tamo rabbit business, but the price of rabbits went up and Mar tin wouldn't buy. Mr. and Mrs. Sholtz, .Jersey City, are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Wendors. The White Mills band will run a dance every Wednesday evening from S to 11 p. m. in the I. O. H. hall. Boys, come out and help the band. They are deserving of liberal attend ance as they always furnish the town In summer with free music once a veek at the ball ground. Let's help the band along. It Is a valuable asset to our thriving little town. Miss Swaps from Scranton, Is visit ing at Peter Wagner's on Main street. Charles Brown lost one of his fing ers while splitting wood on Saturday. MOUNTAIN HOME. Special to The Citizen. MOUNTAIN IIOMK, Pa., April 18. Miss Mario...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 April 1911

We Want 5000 CircuBafiom - You Want a WEATHER FORECAST: FAIR. WKATIIKU FORECAST: FAIR. READ THE CITIZEN SAFE, SANK, SUHK. READ THE CITIZEN SAFE, SANK, SURE. 68th TEAR -NO. 32 HONESDALB, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1911. PRICED v ifDENTS RATS RAISE RIOT Slaughter 52 Prize Chicks and Mr. Lord Laments WIIITH LEGHORNS AND DANDIES HUT THEY'RE AIjTi GONE NOW. "Oh, well, 1 ought to raise a thousand chickens between now and Fall," was the way Fred Lord, joint proprietor with his brother of the Allen House, and Vice-President of the Wayne County Poultry Assqcia tlon, consoled himself for-the loss of fifty-two Huffy little two-weeks' old White Leghorn chicks. A Citizen man, hearing of the mysterious disappearance of the em bryonic pullets, went around Wed esday morning to see Mr. Lord. N. D. Wednesday Is always called "Blue Wednesday' by the Ilonesdale reporters, for they are caught be tween editions, and not able to get cut much news. lie found Mr. Lord In the base ment, who obligingly...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 April 1911

THE CITIZEN, FIUDAY, APRIIi at, 1011. KING'S CORONATION ROBE. i May Coma From the Home of n Beau tifut American Woman. Au Ititcrcstliit? ruronntlon rumui" I I that the king's coronation robe 1h like , ly 1o come from ttiu homo of an Ameri cau girl. Itcccntly King (leorge ex pressed 11 desire to wear the mantle of George IV. Now, It hnppoiw that the , king's robe and much coronation punt-' phcrnnlla are the perquisite!) of the lord great chnmberlalu. An Karl of An- , COONTESS OF AN CASTER. caster was lord great chamberlain nt the coronation of King George IV., and bis coronation robes bang In the chapel of Grlmstliorpe castle, at Bourne. In Lincolnshire, one of the count) sea, of the Ancastci-s. The Countess of Aucasler. formerly Miss KloNe lirce of New York, beard of the king's wiili. Promptly sin, i,.,d i1L,r husband offer j bis majesty the use of the robe, n quosllng that it should bo returned iu them after the coronation, for tlierv i are three claimants to the ollli-e n ' ! lord...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 April 1911

THE CITIZEN, FIUOAY, AIMHIj 21, 1011. SAM LOYD, 1H PUZZLE 1M! He Was Inventor of file Famous "Pigs In Glover," AMASSED A LARGE FORTUNE. Known as the Puzzlo King, He Set Problems That Taxed the Ingenuity of the World For Two Generations. The Donkey Made Him the Most Money. Sam Loyd, the puzzle inun, whose puzzles have taxed the minds of the whole world for almost two genera Hons, died recently at his home In Itrooklyn. Ho had made a fortune out of his puzzles nnd died n very wealthy man. It was as the "puzzle king" that Sam Loyd was best known, hut be sides being a puzzle maker he was an artist of some ability, an inventor oi mechanical devices, a writer, a chess player of great proficiency and a pro found mathematician. Hs ability in the latter field was at the bottom of much of his success as n puzzle Maker. He was born in Philadelphia in 1S41 f an old Quaker family and at the age of ten was playing chess with some of the cracks of the country and often beating them. First he studi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 April 1911

THE CITIZEN, FlUDAV, APRIL 11)11. T JE3ZZE3 CITIZE3ST Semi-Weekly Fonnilcd 1008; Weekly Founded 18M. rilRltHIIKD WKDNKBDAVS AND KI1IDAV8 BY TUB CITIZEN rPBUSHINO CO. Kntrpl ns second-class matter, nt the postoflke. Itonesdale. l'a. k. b.hJvkdisniiehoh. ii. ii. withk1u1ke. j. m. smei.tzeu PRESIDENT MANAGING EDITOR ASSOCIATE EDITOR DiiiKCTons: C. Il.nORri.tNOHR. M.B.AM.EN.ll.WIWON.R. B. IIAlinBNBF.Knlt.W. W. WOOD :i8c. 13c. Our friends who faror us icith contributions, und desire to have the same returned, should in every case enclose stamps for that purpose. TERMS: ONK YEAH, - $1."0 T1IHKE MOXT11S, BIX MONTHS. - .75 - ONE MONTH, Remit by Express .Money Order. Draft. Post Olllre Orclei -or Res Istcred letter. Address all communications to The Citizen. No. MCI Main street, Itonesdale. l'n. All notices ot shows, or other entertainments held for the purpose or mnklns money or any Items that contain advertising' mutter will on y bo admitted to this paper on payment of rctfu ar advertising...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 April 1911

THE CITIZEN, FltlDAY, AI'HIIj SI, 11)11. A-CENT -A-WORD von SALE. POU SALE CHEAP Oak hall rack with mirror, lnqulro nt J. T. Brady's drug store. It FOIt SALE One 5-foot saw with U Inch Inserted teeth, one 3 foot 8 inch solid saw Vi Inch thick, both In good condition. Also engines, boil ers, etc., for saw mill and other . uses. CHAS. V. TOUH1LL, Scran ' t.n, Pa. 31t6, THOIlOUGHnilED White Leghorn eggs for hatching. Watervlllo strain. Eggs 5 cents a vlece. Wil liam Hertel, Hox No. 4, White Mills. U It1 TMAM HAUNESS, light, single and double harness and all kinds of kerso goods at MURRAY CO., Tloncsdale. 31t3. FOR SALE Six-room cottage with small orchard, located In village. Edw. O. Bang. So. Canaan, Pa. 23tf HAVE YOU SEEN the new Walter A. Wood Sulky Plow? Be sure and nee It if you are interested in a plow. MURRAY CO., Honesdale, Ta. 3113 SPRAYERS, Lime-sulphur, Pyrox and all spraying supplies at Mur ray Co., Honesdale, Pa. 31t3 FOIt SALE Kelly & Stelnman brick factory building, i...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 April 1911

I THE CITIZEN, FHIDAY, APIUL 21, 1011. The Robber By RUTH GRAHAM Copyright by American Press Asso ciation, 1911. David Venables ninny years ago. when Missouri was a wilder country than It is now, riding on ono of the dirt roads and coming to a blr or high er ground where this road turned, beard In tbo bushes on the rise a voice which seemed to be that of n boy. "Ilalt, thar!" Venables drew rein. lie wns'arnied, but, fcellug sure that he was covered by an unseen enemy, thought It dan gerous lo nttempt to draw a weapon. "Wolh, what do you want?" he asked. "Put yor vnlybles In the road." Venables, though disliking to be robbed by one whoso voice indicated that be was little more than a child, yet dreadiug a bullet In his brain, com plied. Taking his watch from his .fob and some silver money from his pocket, he tossed both to tbo ground. "Is that nil yo' got?" asked the voice. "Yes." "Well, go on." Venables rode on and when he reached a tavern a few miles distant reported that he had be...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 April 1911

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1011. NAMING THE BABY By M. QUAD CopyrlBht, 1910. by Associated Lit erary PrpBS, There is do prettier village In the whole west than Hint of Pentwater, situated on the Hhurcs of Lake Michi gan. It Is also a thriving place, but there was a time In Its history, and not so many years ago, that It had n ter rible fight for Us life, und that fight was precipitated by a ten pound boy baby, Mr. James Pond, a young man of twenty-two, fell In lovo with Miss Edith Brown. lie bought and ship ped butter, eggs, potatoes and the like, and she was a schoolteacher. It Is not on record that one single person In I Pentwnter had an objection to the courtship. Marrlnge followed, and still no objection. It was congratula tions Instead. But when time had passed and a little feller of a baby Jumped Into ,tlu arena there was a sudden and awful change. The father had become n Sunday school superin tendent, and within two days after the birth of the baby he announced that It wa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 April 1911

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, APIUL 21, 1011. THE COUNTY SOUTH CANAAN. Special to Tho Citizen. I SOUTH CANAAN, Pa April !!(. Tho First Quarterly preaching ser-, vlco of South Canaan charge, Metho- I dlst Episcopal church, will bo held at the South Canaan M. E. church Sun dy afternoon at 2:30 p. in. Rev. L.I C. Murdock, district superintendent, will preach. Everybody Invited to this service. The first quarterly con-' ferenco business session will be held .Monday, May 1, 1911, at 2:30 p. in., Rev. L. C. Murdock presiding. A drop of water lay one day In the filth of the gutter, soiled, stained and polluted. Looking up into tho clear, blue sky. it began to wish for purity, and to bo made crystalline. Tho sigh was heard by the great sun. With warm, gentle lingers tho sun lifted It out of the tilth of the foul gutter Into the pure, sweet air. Higher and higher it was carried until it found its home with its fellows In the bosom of a snow-whlto cloud. May It not be so in the resurrection of the jus...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 April 1911

We Want 5000 WEATHER FORECAST: FAIR. READ THE CITIZEN SAFE, SANK, SURE. 68th YEAR -NO. 33 THE CHANCE OF YOUR LIFE TIME HERE! Scholarship Exclusively Offered by the Citizen as a Prize to Ambitious Wayne lounteans WINNER CAN TAKE HIS CHOICE OF ANY I. C. S. COUKSE HI WISHER TO STUDY; 1'IiEASANT WOHK AND IHG RETURNS; DETAILS GIVEN. Hy a special arrangement with the contest if) til present Urn talk of the town, The Citizen hns secured a scholar- ship worth rrom $70 to $iu, accoruing to tnc course 01 stuuy cnosen. THIS SCHOLARSHIP THE CITIZEN OFFERS AS A PRIZE TO THE PERSON WHO TURNS IN THE GREATEST NUMBER OF NEW SUB SCRIPTIONS TO THE CITIZEN FROM NOW ON UNTIL JUNE 26, 1911. The winner of the scholarship may choose any one of the many useful and Interesting courses offered by the I. C. S. with the exception of lo- eomotlve running and languages. Opportunities come to every man; whether or not he becomes success ful depends almost entirely on whether ho is prepared to accept op portunities...

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 April 1911

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, APIUIj 20, 1011. f PASTORAL 0 1 The Trials of the Twen tieth Century Minister WHY CliKltGYMEX AltE LEAVING THE l'UOEES.SlON; SOJIE COM) KACTS TOliD HV ONE OE THEM. The report recently given out by Rev. John llnynes Holmes of the church of the Messiah, New York city, showing that 7 per cent, of' the clergymen of the Unitarian denomi nation gave up the active ministry during 1910, causes one to pause and Inquire into the reasons for the in creasing tendency among the clergy to forsake their chosen calling. Ac cording to Dr. Holmes, the Unitar ians lost over three times ns mnny ministers In 1910 through withdraw al from the active work of the min istry ns were lost through death. Thirty-six clergymen out of a total body numbering only 53S gave up their work last year and are now re ported to be devoting their energies to other tasks in other fields. The proportion probably does not hold in other demoniinations; In fact, Dr. Holmes shows that last year was an exc...

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 April 1911

THE CITIZEN', WEDNESDAY, AIMMIj i20, 1011. How "Uncle Tom's Cabin" Surprised Mrs. Stowe. Harriet Beeclier Stowe lmd no Idea of antagonizing the South when Bhe wrote "Uncle Tom's Cabin," It now nppears. Sho thought It would bo more llkoly to enrage the abolition ists, by presenting slavery In too mild u way. So wo are told by her son and grandson, Charles 13. and Lyman Ueecher Stowe, In McCIure's Maga zine. Indeed she wisiicu to be more than fair to the South, "she Intended to be gracious." Sho made two of Uncle Tom's three masters men of good character, amicable, kind, and generous; and one friend wrote most confidently to her that "your book Is going to be the great pacificator; It will unite the entire North and South." But Mrs. Stowe did not expect that the abolitionists would be satisfied with the "simply story of slave-life she had told." And It was from them that she expected the chief complaint. Great was her surprise, then, when from the whole South arose a storm of abuse, w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 April 1911

THE CVriZKN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1011. THEE IE CITIZEN 8oniI-Wcckly Founded 1008; AVcckly Founded 1841. rCBUflllKD WEDNESDAYS AND FRIDATB I1Y TIIK CITIZEN rOBLIBUINO CO. Kntprcrt nn second-class matter, at tlie tioitnltlrjo. Honesdale. Pa, K, It, ilAHDKNBKKOH. B. H. WITIIKIUIEK. -J.M.SMKIrZKK PRESIDENT MANAGING KMTOK ASSOCIATE EDITOR directoks: C. H, nOim.INOHR, M. II. ALLEN. II. WILSON, R. B. IIARTENBKRflII,W W. WOOD Our friends who favor us with contributions, and desire to Iwtvc the same returned, should in every case enclose stamps for that purpose. - ONB YKAIt, - $1.50 THIIKK MoNTIIH, - '!Hc. SIX MONTHS, - .75 OXK MONTH, - 13c. Remit by Express .Money Order. Dnttt, Post Olllce Order or Hoc Istered letter. Address nil communications to Tlie Citizen. No. KCMuln street, Honesdnle. Pa. All notices of shows, or other entertainments held for the purpose of making money or any Items that contain udvertlsiiiir matter will nniv lm mlniltti'il tn tills tinner on rmvinnnt nf remilnr ndvc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 April 1911

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL !20, 1911. A CENT A WORD FOR SALE. FOR SALE Ono spring tooth har row In good condition. Low price. Honcsdalo Golf Club. 33t2 OHINA, BRICABRAC, stationery, candy, cigars, tobacco and notions at the store of Miss Maine Igo, 953 Main street, Honesdale. 33t2 FOR SALE One C-foot saw with V Inch inserted teeth, one 3 foot Inch solid saw M inch thick, both In good condition. Also engines, boll ers, etc., for saw mill and other sea. CHAS. V. TOUHILL, Scran. ton, Pa. 31t6. THOROUGHBRED White Leghorn ogga for hatching. Watorville nferaln. Errs 5 cents a piece. Wll Ham Hertel, Box No. 4, White Mills 3lt4 TBAM HARNESS, light, singlo and double harness and all kinds o horse goods at MURRAY CO nonesdale. 3.U3 FOR SALE Six-room cottage with small orcnaru, locaiea in village, Bdw. O. Bnng. So. Canaan, Pa. 23tf HAVE YOU SEEN the now Walter A. Wood Sulky Plow? Bo sure and Me it if you are Interested In low. MURRAY CO., Honesdale Ks. 31t3 SPRAYERS, Lime-sulphur, Pyrox and...

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 April 1911

THE CITIyUN, WEDNESDAY, AI'UIIj 20, 1011. The A. F. of L. Boasts of Fifteen Congressmen j i Tho American Federation of Labor now boasts, as the labor representa-l tlon of Congress, 15 members In the House of Representatives and sever al friends In the United States Sen ate. The presence of this labor del egation In Congress, the Federation declares, Is the result of five years of active campaigning In national elections. In 19QC tho labor representation committee of the American Federa tion of Labor decided aggressively to take the field against the re-election of certain members of Congress who had been conspicuous In the antag onism toward all labor bills Introduc ed In Congress. Congressman Llttlc lleld, second district of Maine, court ed a battle In the political campaign of four years ngo, with the labor ele ment. President Oompers, with three or ganizers and a similar number of international ofllcers, entered Llttlo flcld's district, and according to Gompers, "they made a memo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 26 April 1911

THK CITIZEN, WKDNKSDAY, AVUlh 20, 1011. BOYS' MARBLES MADE BY GIRLS OhioFacfory RollsOut 125,000, 000 Clay "Pills" Each Year, STANDARD OIL A LARGE BUYEF Clay Marbles Also Used Extensivel) by Manufacturers of Rubber, Ink Salt, Chemicals and Powder How They Are Made, Counted and Paic For. It has been estimated by statist! clans that over 200.000,000 small clnj marbles arc used annually by the boyi of the United States every spring time. It Is u known fact that 12!i. 000.000 of these little clay "pills" an made every year by one clay mnrbli manufacturer, whose plant Is located In Summit county. O. And those mar bles are made or rolled by young girls The clay marble Industry of tin United States Is one that little though) has been given to. and precious llttlt Is known by people in general as to It; scope. The marble manufacturer does not devote all his attention to tin manufacturing of the "game marble' There are various uses to which tin marble is put, and as n matter of fact the size...

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 April 1911

D THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, APRID SO, 1011. THE COUNTY SOUTH CANAAN. (Special to The Citizen. SOl'TJi CANAAN, I'a., April 25 A number from this place attended Pomona Orange at Lake Ariel. Rev. Morrison has taken to him self a wife. Congratulations. Spring has come. We welcome It. A new village blacksmith In town. Rev. Hooper lost another horse. We are Informed this makes three horses for the reverend gentleman to lose In three years. A reception awaits the arrival of Ruv. .Morrison of tho M. 12. church, who will bring a wlfo and settle In the SI. 13. parsonage The school days are few now. I PAUPACK. Special to Tho Citizen. I'ACIWOK, Pa., April 125. We are glad to hear that .Mrs. Dennett Is able to bo outside again. She called on Mrs. C. 10. Williams Wednesday. Everybody Is sorry to see the rain come as tho roads were drying off so nicely. Misses Louise, Alma and Hilda Vettorloln and lllanehe Fowler wore callers on Sir. and .Mrs. Edwin K1I lam Monday night. Our school closes Friday las...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 April 1911

You Want a Better County Paper Help Us Get Both ! AVEAT1IBR FORECAST?! FAIR. Citiwt WEATHER FOItEOAST: FAIR. READ THE. CITIZEN SAFE?,- SANK, SURE. READ THE CITIZEP2 , ' SAFE, SANE, SURE. 68th YEAR. --NO. 34 HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1911. PRICE 2 (5 5S We Want 5000 Circulation P KPT C y ' I Don't Believe It? It's a Fact Though MRS. ELLA GILLON MAKES IT FROM cAltHOTS, BEANS, PARSNIPS AND POTATOES. "If you are left alone, you like to be doing something. I can't go out, you see. I have been very lame; lnce my husband died last October a year ago," said Mrs. Ella Gillon, 1414 Spring street, whose husband, a veteran of the late Civil war, died last October a year ago, three months after they hnd left their home In New York City to come to honesdale In a vain search of health, Wednesday afternoon, when a Cltl jien man called to see, taste and learn all about the wonderful can dies she has been making out of Tegotables. "I have been making very nice andles," she modestly...

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 April 1911

I Tlin CITIZHN, WEDNESDAY, APIUJj 26, 1011. LINCOLN FUNERAL GAR DESTROYED TO REARRANGE STARS IN THE AMERICAN FLAG. DRINKING CUPS TO GO FR0.V NEW YORK PUE.LI0 SCHOOLS Fountains to R:p!a:2 What Many Be lieve Aro Garm Ho.J.rs. Roll of HONOR PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SNAPSHOTS AT CELEBRITIES Attorncvs-nt-Law. H WILSON , . ATTORNEY A COUNSELOIl-AT-LA W. omce adjacent to Post Ofllce In Dlmmlck ofllce, Ilonesdale, l'n. Historic Relic of Latter Days ot Bivil War Burned, ITS INTERESTING HISTORY. Built In Military Car Shops at Old Alexandria, Va., For Special Use of President and Cabinet Later Be came Official Car of the Union Pacific. Abnihiim Lincoln's funeral cur was recently destroyed at Columbia Heights, a suburb of Minneapolis, l'rlor to Its use as a funeral ear it was the private carriage of the mar tyred president. It carried his body from Washington to Sprlngtield. III., for burial In lblr. Fragments of the ruins will be given away us relics. The cur had been exhibited In all parts of the ...

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 April 1911

Tim CITIZEN, FRIDAY, APRIL- 28, 1011. FIXES DATE OF THE CP. Dutch Scientist Places It as March 25 In the Year 29, REASONS FOR HIS DEDUCTIONS Dr. Veen Arrived at His Conclusions After M any Years' Study of Biblical Lore, and Also the Various Methods of Determining Time That Have Prevailed. D. J. Veen, a Dutch scientist, claims to havo ascertained the true dute of the actual crucifixion of Christ. Ac cording to hitn, Christ was crucified March 25. In the year 29 of our reckon ing. To prove this Dr. Veen has searched thoroughly not only Biblical Isre, but also the various methods of determining time which have been In use throughout the ages. Dr. Veen shows that the common belief up until the middle of the second century was that Christ ato the Passover with his disciples Thursday, the 14th of NIsan. or tho first Jewish month of the year. About the middle of the second cen tnry, however, the great argument be gan between tho eastern and western branches of the church as to the true dat...

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