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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 April 1909

THERE WILL BE a Rummage sale In the Wednesday and Thursday, April .28 and 2), unuer mo auspices 01 me w . v. i. u. NOTICE. Important annual meet Ine of the Wayne County Co-operative Association at oi. ueonre-s Jiau. uonneii Duuainr. w eu.- ncsuay, April zs, oou BRIDGE BUILDERS, NOTICE.-Sealcd olds tor ttao construction ot concrete floors on iwo oriages near it. 11. ixuyarcrg. ah. rieas ant. will bn rpwtivMl nt the County Com mlssloners' office until 10 a. m., Tuesday, May , ihuj. i-inns on nie at ine commissioners ofllce. The right Ja reserved to reject all ROOMS TO RENT. Apply at Bregsteln uroiners' store, mu T1RAMAN has some splendid Native and western norses ior saie an in excellent, con itlon at Allen House Barn. 25tf SPECIAL attention given to children at at uuarieswortns stuuio. a FOR RENT OR SALE.-Dwelllng house, corner Court and Eighth streets, 26 II. Z. Russell, CLEVELAND Rny Horse, six years old, 16 Bands aim one-nan men uiin,iiuu iuukihk, Dorel. right every way. rrice, 26...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 April 1909

S FALL IS COMPLETE The Former Toughest Town on Earth Closed as Tight as a Drum DONE BY "GANG" OF PARSONS Th One-Time Terror of the Mining Country Has "Degenerated" Into the Prosaic Quiet of a New England Village Bad Men Tamed. Deadwood, South Dakota. Dead wood, once tho toughest town on earth, has been shorn of the name which It boasted for almost a quarter of a century, and the one-time terror of the mining country has degenerated into the prosaic quiet of a New Eng land village. The last step in the "degradation" of the city came when all saloons in the town were forced to close at 11 o'clock, and the proprietors were notified that no more should their places of business be opened on Sunday. At the same time the side doors were nailed up, and hereafter the thirsty Deadwood man must use the front door in reaching a bar. To be sure Deadwood's citizens nev er have been accused of being back ward in their quest for "booze," and side doors never were considered nec essary to a saloon l...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 April 1909

I The Reward I I of' s I Slug Eighteen I H BHU II -I1 H Down In Baltimore tho biggest atoiy to feature that Is, not count ing tho big Ore or a meeting of the Legislature Is the annual shaking up In the Methodist Episcopal Church. The followers of John Wes ley have the biggest hold on religion In tho Monumental City, and that fact is,glways kept before the edi torial rooms by the circulation de partment. Every year there is a meeting of theconferenco, and at the end of it fne presiding bishop gets to work and moves all the preachers around, and this is real excitement for all their congrega tions. This assignment on the part of the olshop makes a much-wanted story, and thero is always a fight for it between the afternoon and the morning newspaper men. Borne years ago the conference was meeting In Hagerstown, up on the edge of the Blue Ridge. The four representatives of the morning papers who had been'sent up from Baltimore had put up a combination on the one reporter that had the aft...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 23 April 1909

C 3, iSI Correspondence Items Gathered by- THE CITIZEN STAFF WHITB MILLS. , ArniL 21st. On April 16th I wrote an article on how to raise lettuce. I will eay that too much care cannot be taken in the undertaking. When the plants are well up cultivate them often to keep the ground from be coming hard. It is not sufficient in the culture of lettuce to use a hoe, but you must get down to business by using your lingers to loosen the soil around the stem of the plant and thus give it plenty of room to expand and grow. This should be done at least once a week before the plantscovcr the ground. Keep the soil up close to the under side of the plant as this w ill keep it in an up right position and help towards forming a perfect head. When lettuce is fit to cut for private use, it will be necessary to keep a close watch of the bed so that it does not 6poil and become unlit for the table. It you observe any of the seed stems raising in the centre of the head cut it at once. The best time to ga...

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 April 1909

IAIAIAIAIA1AUJAIA11A1IMIA1AL VlAlAlAIAlAlAL Of Wayne County Organ of the REPU BLICAN PARTY & HONESDALE, WAYNE 00., PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1909. NO. 34 1 p A j IJf ObllcllUI 5 dim i'lpr Abdication. M ;iL ISLAM TO ACT rT1 That Abdul Hamid'a Is Harmful, Un- aLCoatrary to the Saseld Law. 4.' . LJHM Ly v uommuunome, April ai. me tiuo is running 'vttofljr against the suitnn, Ah- to make an l .. l'likirt ta ttiliti tim tn nlullnntn imili.r jecsiiaamwu taw, Dy tne terms 01 feba, IfliiMe-W&be lHsucd by the Hk. til lam, WhlKhost authority Motammed&Blam next to the sul- 1iIul.JU..J: aV- .., i 1.1.. rulta. '. v,n The' OUtwla fapon which the Issu- JiiiV' iHM "of ft Mt&t&al reserlnt will do Hll- SJi BBHUiueu, nre. luui lue huiiuh s rpjfulto .the church, con- rea iaw anu unjust to '.agreed upon at the emand shall bo made T of, Abdul Hamld initho hichest court Sfrom' the national ns- oni ,'tha Anllltarv chiefs. a palace and imlkr .leaders wish to gram .at a nubile slt- ey, ap...

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 1909

SCHOOLJROUNOS How the Girls and Boys Would Arrange Them. GREAT HINTS FROM LITTLE FOLKS THE SCHOOL CODE county appointed by the state superin tendent, and the examinations will be such aa to test the merits of each ap SUGGESTIVE QUESTlSliG On the Sunday School Lesson by Rev. Dr. Llnscott For the In ternational Newspaper Blblo Study Club. TORIA plicant. How It Will Affect Wayne MAIL ORDER County Districts. Suggestions by the Children as to the Kcst Way to Make Them Attractive Competitive Articles. , ALICE N. 8LUMAN. I shall make a few suggestions regard ing Hie new school grounds. I think it would be nice to have grass planted all around, also a concrete walk, which is better than nny other kind, as it always is clean and looks nicer. There is noth ing more beautiful than flowers growing along the sides of the walk ; also around tin building, and a round circle In the middle! of the lawn on each fide of the walk. An ivy vine climbing up the wall would look very beautiful. If there Is ...

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 1909

1 LAWMAKER The Work of Our Harris burg Solons. ' AN UNUSUALLY SHORT SESSION. Over Two Thousand Bills Intro duced and Less Than Ono Thousand Become Laws The Acts Passed and Failed. The Legislature of 1909 will go down in history aa the shortest session held in the last thirty-five years, with the Bingle exception of that of 1905, when the ses Bion was adjourned on April 13th. All told, 2,003 bills were introduced, of which ovqr 1,300 originated in the House. Only about one-third of the number passed. About 100 bills were disposed of in the closing days of the session. Thus far the Governor has vetoed four bills. In tho way of appropriations upward of $(16,000,000 was allotted to State semi private and private institutions, hos pitals and charities, including an item of $2,000,000 for tho treatment oi tuber culosis under the supervision ol the State Department of Health. This is an in crease of $1,000,000 over the amount allowed two years ago, and for State care nnd treatment of tuber...

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 April 1909

THE,cmzEjjFteTWE FORGET retuBntn evert Wednesday' akd tridaY1 sV l IDE CITIZEN FDBLisnmacoMPAitT. vl t -,1'i Bntored as second-class matter, at theposU office, Honesdale, Pa. S. B. HAltDENBERGlI, - PRESIDENT yr. w. wood. - - manager and skc.y DIRECTORS: C B. DOBFLINQER. M. B. ALLEN. E. B. IIABDESBEBQB. HCHBT WIIGON. W. W. WOOD, SUBSCRIPTION: $1.50 A YEAR, IK ADVANCE WEDNESDAY APRIL, 28, 1909., Great relief is felt throughout the an thracite region as a result of the 'settle ment of the controversy between the mine workers and the "operators. Oper ators, niine .workers and the public gen erally were all anxious that peace be restored for another term of years. The 8iispenBe incident to the negotiations hurt business considerably while it last ed, and there was a general atmosphere of dissatisfaction all around. Despite the manner in which the terms of the settlement are guarded, it can be stated that tho chief conditions are the fixing of prices for new work and the signing of the ag...

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 April 1909

i . . j 'i a t i .LOST nMasonlfc Watch Chant). Reward. H reamed to Dr. C. R. Brady, Hit .-AGMOUTURAX MME,-Wo will have a car ol fresh trained lime and a carol hydratcd rttilverlced llmnnn Krln trnrk on WpdnenrtAV and Thursday ol this week. C. A. Cortrlght- OU11. tHLI HAVING purchased a lot of parlor, dining room, bed, room and kitchen furniture. In cluding ralice, carpets, one fishing boat, etc.. KOTICK to bullders.-Sealed bids will be received for taking down the school house at Rlleyvllle In Lebanon townshlprand erecting a nen one, unt ll.May 7th, lfloo. jiida must be sent to Mathew Lestrange-Cold Spring, Pa. RSghtsYeaervtid tt reject all bids. Plans and specUJcatlouscan be seen at S. 8. Roblnpon's. THKRE tytXXi BE a Rummage sale In the vacant store next' to. Jtldgeway's studio, on Wednesday and Thursday, April 28 and 29, wer the auspices of the W.C.T.U.1 , NOTICR. Important annual meeting of the Wayne County Co-operative Association at SUtJeorte's Hall; Connell building. Wed nesd...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 April 1909

THE TANGLED WEB By Ethel Walla-Masiford Grant Axbo of "Dopa." "WtittwJk." Etc Copytie, 1906, by Beni. B. Hwaptoo CHAPTER I. EVELYN ORANGE Is one of tho show places of Long Island. It occupies a hill crest commanding the great Hempstead plains, made beautiful by its fine graduations of distance and color. To the left lies the wooded rolling country of Wheatley Hills, and hut a few motor miles away the blue waters of 1 the Sound Indent the Island's shore. The house a vast edifice of pale rod brick with whlto trim possesses terraces bordered by marble balus trades, descending In steep succes sion; each a giant step of flowers, divided down the middle by a marble staircase alternating with pebbled pathways. The right wing of' the mansion Is devoted to the luxurious housing of its guests. The left wing contains the servants' quarters and the necessary array of kitchens. De tached buildings for squash and bowls offer exercise and pleasure for dark and sullen days. In the dis tance the gre...

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 April 1909

WHAT TO WEAR AND iW TO WEAR IT Special Conrespondent of Thk Paper Writes Entertainingly to Women. LATEST FROM THE METROPOLIS Tbreo Modes of tlie Latest Designs IUnc Clotli With Striped Silk Gown Delightful for Semi-formal Wear A Striped Zephyr and tbo latest Tailored Coat. This effective gown, combining simplicity and the chic can be car ried out at moderate cost and Is de llghtfnl for serai-formal wear. It la built of Copenhagen blue face cloth, trimmed with blue and white striped chiffon taffetas. The sleeves are cut in one with the bodice, which blouses slightly and is given a broad shoulder effect by having tucks run from the shoul der seams down to the girdle. The sleeves are elbow length, slit at the top and trimmed with buttons. There are cuffs of the striped silk and un der sleeves of tucked grass linen and embroidered batiste insertion. A yoke of the same trimming as the undersleeves Is set Into the cut oat neck, the front deepening into s. Dutch yoke; -with outlines of sil...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 April 1909

VILLAGE, HAMLET, FARM. A Week's Doings in Rural Wayne. Interesting Items Picked Up by Our Staff of Wide-Awake Correspondents BETHANY. April 26th. Florence Blake, of the Emergency Hospital, Carbon dale, spent Sunday with her lather, A. O. Blake. Mr. Blake has been having some trouble with the gland on the right side of his neck; it was enlarged and had to be lanced, but he is doing very nicely at present. Mrs. A. B. Gammell left Saturday for Carbondale. The many friends of Mrs. Martin K. Kimble are pleased to hear of her improving health. Vinnlng Cody is taking care of her. Mr. and Mrs. John Strongman, of New York, arrived Saturday to spend some time with the former's sisters, Mrs. Robertson and Miss Strongman. Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Cody return ed from the Presbytery on Thurs day and next Sunday Rev. Cody will give an account of the meetings. Mrs. Dwight Henshaw is improv ing, being able to sit up. Howard Jones, of Forest City, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Jones. ....

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 April 1909

Semi-Weekly Founded; Wayne County Organ 1908 of the Weekly Founded, 1844 REPUBLICAN PARTY 66th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE 'CO., PA., FRIDAY, APRIL30, 1909. NO. 35 peace nuns Convention Approves Terms of Agreement. NO RECOGNITION OF THE UNION Sew Three Years' Pact Betweea Anthracite Operators and Work ers Is Very Much Like the Old One. Scranton, Pa., April 2!). . weeks of consideration and much conferring the flual stage In the work of settling the differences existing between the anthracite mine workers nnd their em ployers was reached here. The trldlstrlct, convention of the union miners unanimously approved the three year agreement reached by their representatives with the opera tors and authorized them to sign it in Philadelphia this afternoon. The agreement Is identical with the one signed three years ago in New York with the following additional conditions, which the operators have conceded the men: "The rate which shall be paid for new work shall not be less than the rates paid un...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 April 1909

MEMORIAL DAY To be Observed Monday May 31st. SUGGESTIONS BY COMMANDER. The Silent Camping Grounds of the Nation's Dead to ho Decorated With the National Flag and the Spring Flowers. Henry N. Nevlus, commander-in-chief of the Grand Army of the Re public, has Issued the following gen eral order relative to the observance of Memorial Day: In 18G8 General John A. Logan, at that time commander-in-chief of the Grand Army of the Republic, promulgated an order to the Grand Army Posts of the country, calling upon all comrades to observe the dutn of May as Decoration Day to seek out every comrade's crave and to decorate it with the cholrusi bios Koms of early spring time. Since that time, by legislative enactment, the 30th of May has become a le gal holiday. Tills year, as the 30th of May occurs on Sunday, the 31st of May will be observed as Memorial Day. Should there be posts who have already engaged speakers and made arrangements to hold services on Saturday,, the 2Uth of May, they may do s...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 April 1909

SCHOOL GROUNDS How the Girls and Boys Would Arrange Them. GREAT HINTS FROM LITTLE FOLKS Suggestions by the Children as to the Host War to Make Them Attractive Competitive Articles. DANIEL WESTBHOOK. The new building as well as the old one would look very fine if ivy was planted along the foot of the building so it could grow up tho side. The walks should be made of concrete or have a flag walk. I think this is better, because if a gravel or ground walk was made it would be muddy in wet weather, which would be carted into the school by the pupils and make a very dirty room. The grounds should be converted Into a nice lawn because there will be a play room and gymnaBlum which will be plenty large enough. If a large flower bed was placed about five yards from the door on Church street, and two smaller ones about five yards from the center one were placed one on each side of it it would improve the beauty of the grounds. The walks could be placed so as to run out as far as the large flo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 April 1909

THE CITIZEN WBLHIIXD XVIKT WEDHI8DAY AND FBIDAT BT THE CmZDf PPBU8HIHQ COMPAHT. Entered as second-class matter, at the post- E. B. HARDENBEItQH, - - PRESIDENT yr. w. wood, - - manager and sect DIRECTORS C n. DORrUItOER. M. B. ALLEN. HEHBY WILBOK. E. B. IIARDEIVBEROII, W, W. WOOD. SUBSCRIPTION: fl.50 A YEAR, IK ADVANCE FRIDAY APRIL, 30, 1009. Republican StAto Convention To the Republican Electors of Penn sylvanla: I am directed by the Republican State Committee to announce that the Republicans of Pennsylvania, by their duly chosen representatives, will meet In convention at the Ma jestic Theatre in the city of Har- rlsburg, on Wednesday, June 16, 1909, at 10:30 o'clock a. in., for the purpose of. nominating candi dates for the following offices, to wit: Quo person for the office of State Treasurer. One person for the office of Au ditor General. One person for the offlce of Judge Ot tho Sunremo Court. Also for the transaction of such other business as may be presented In accordance wi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 April 1909

CENT A WORD COLUMN! JIOLSTEIN FlllSIAN BULL CALF, black and white, seven-eighths, price IS. Anthony ilarke, lllleyvllle, Fa. 35 tl NOTICE TO BUILDERS. Bids arc now open (or making alterations to entrance door and steps of St. John's It. C. church. Hones dale, Pa. All bids must be sent In scale?! on or before May 8th, HKW. Plans and specifica tions can be seen at St. John's Parochial house. The rliht reserved to reject any or nil bids. Address all mall matters to Kov. Thomas M. Hanlcy. Hector, Honesdale, Pa. 33 13 LOST a Masonic Watch Cbarm. Jtewnrd, If returned to Dr. C. It. Brady. mi HAVING purchased a lot of parlor, dining room, bed room and kitchen furniture. In cluding range, carpets, one Ashing boat, etc., I will sell same to the highest bidder at 321 11th street, on Saturday, May 1st. llKW.at 2 r. M. A. O, BLAKE, AUCTIONEER. 31t2 BUIDOE BUILDEKS, NOTICK.-Scaled bids for the construction of concrete floors on two bridges near K. 11. Lcdyurd's. Mt. Pleas ant, will be received at...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 April 1909

3 LIVE 4f STOCK WEANJNQ THE LAMB8. Feed the Ewet Welt While Nurtlng and the Lamb When Weaned. Lambs should not run with the wes after November If the ewea are desired to lamb early In the year. And this Is very desirable, as It gives tho wcs a rest to make up their growth, and puts them through the winter In good condition and brings the next soaoon again a llttre earlier. When the lambs are separated from tho ewes It will be necessary to give them a little grain, which Is best in tho form of finely ground meal. This is wholly used by the lambs, and none of It Is lost for want of full digestion. Thoro Is no more satisfactory way to push tho lambs forward for the next year than to put the eyes on good feed and so Bupply the lambs with plenty of milk of the best quality. To feed the ewes well, when nursing the lambs, adds fully a month to their growth, and thus puts them forward for a repetition of the same advance the year following. What is thus gained Is worth twico as much as any ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 April 1909

2 THE HIGHER LIFE tt All Sm. Word of tho GospcL If wt e to understand any given word o Vthe gospel which Christ preached, it Is Imperative that we SO back to Christ and And how He used It and what Ho meant by It as He spoke It to men. The result of uubh a study will almost Invariably be a delicious and delightful sur prise. Ror. Edw. Smith, Methodist. Our Holiest Hdpes.. Oh, It means so much to be a man of faith! With faith, the power of Godrushes In upon you! Whatever else you lose, do not lose faith! Keep on believing. Maintain this temper of confidence in the Unseen. our best Inspirations are there! Your holiest hopes are there. Rev. II. P. Dewey, Presbyterian. Mental Inheritance. Our habits of thought are marked out by those who hnvo i;ono before us. Tho brand of the skylark sings; so do the children of tho poets. It was vain for the father of lilulso l'uscul to lock up his mathematical instruments; nature had pointed the lad's eyes toward tho Btars. Rev. Walluco Smith, Episcopa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 30 April 1909

VILLAGE, HAMLET, FARM. A Week's Doings in Rural Wayne. Interesting Items Picked. Up by Our Staff of Wide-Awoke Correspondents Jot WHITE MILLS. April 28th. Bill, the baker, says, "What do I care about Patten? A man that can make Ice cream with out eggs, can make bread without Hour." Joe Dorfllnger and Charles Wen ders are' going to Newton, N. J., on Saturday to play a game of baso ball. They made a great record at Mil ford playing basket ball this winter, and now the MUford base ball team bus secured these two professionals, to play the game against Newton. Edward Murphy, who caught a number of games for White Mills and llonesdalc last season, has been engaged to catch for Mount Cnrniel. All the boys are wishing him suc- I'ObS. 1 observe In an ngriculturnl paper an account of cows giving better than llfty pounds of milk per day. How many cows are there In Wayne county giving thlrty-llvo? If Congress does not make the laws In favor of the Steel magnates, there Is some talk of their mo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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