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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 May 1909

ittwti J? Scml-Wcckly Founded! aeiefe(OK5KJietee(OK)i5(e3fc Wayne County Organ of the 1908 x Weekly Founded. 1844 REPUBLICAN PARTY &iomoioieiefti 66th TEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE-CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1909. NO. 36 COAL ROMS WIN. Government Is Beaten on Commodities Clause. HEPBURN LAW CLAUSE NULLIFIED Contention of United States That It Applies to Ownership of Stock Is Declared Un tenable. Washington, May 4. It has been ninny a ilny since a decision of the su preme court of the United States has been received with so much Interest as was manifested In the decision of that court lu what nro known as the "commodities clause" cases, affecting the anthracite coal carrying railroads. These cases had been decided by the United States circuit court for the eastern district of Pennsylvania fa vorably to the railroads in that the clause of the Hepburn rate law which prohibits interstate railroads from car rying commodities manufactured, min ed or produced directly or Indirectly by the ro...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 May 1909

SGHOOLJROUNDS How the Girls and Boys LiWouId Arrange Them. GREAT HINTS FROM LITTLE FOLKS Suggestions by the Children as to the llest Way to Make Them Attractive Competitive Articles. SUMNER CROSSLEY. Some school houses have their grounds divided into two parts; one part for a play ground, and the other part for grass and flowers. Why not have the grounds here that way? The south side, to be the play ground, and the east and west, grass and flowers; A concrete walk, (because it will bo a good deal better to keep shoveled in the winter than a gravel walk and would not bo muddy like a gravel walk each time it rains) running from the street walk to the school door, and, on each side, a flower bed. The trees would look very nice, nnd I think not too shady if they were between thirty or forty feet apart. The walk on Court street would look better if it was concrete, a good deal wider, or stones laid leveler and wid er. An iron fence with a pretty de sign on, would be good to have divid in...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 May 1909

FARM'S FUTURE. With the aid of the President of the United States it has been de termined through a learned com mission that the lot of the farmer, and especially the lot of the farm er's wife, Is an unhappy one. The commission finds that the average farmer Is unhappy; that his wife is lonesome; that his sons do not want to stay on the farm because the district school teaches , him that he should go to the city; that "hired help" cannot be de pended upon to work from "up to down" as regulated by the sun, and that the man who rents a farm Is constantly moving in search of a better lease. Unfortunately, we are afraid that all of this is true. But we fall to see how the Government Is going to regulate It, even with the ap propriation of 125,000, as suggest ed by the President in his message. There are many excellent recom mendations in the report of the commission things which the Gov ernment would do well to look af ter at some time when it has finish ed with appropriation bills. But ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 May 1909

w THE CITIZEN FUBLISIIED EVERT WEDNESDAY AND FBIDAY BY Tng CITIZEN rPBLISHIKQ COMPANY. Entered as second-class matter, at the post- olllce.'IIonesdale, Pa. E. D. HARDENBERGII. - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SKC'Y DIRECTOB8: C. H. DORFI.INOER. M. B. ALLEN. HENRY WILSON. E. B. IIABDENBEBOII. W. W. WOOD. SUBSCRIPTION: tl.50 a yeab. in advance WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1909. Republican State Convention To the Republican Electors of Penn sylvania: I am directed by the Republican State Coramlttco 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. m., for the purpose of nominating candi dates for the following olllces, to wit: Ouo person for the olflce of State Treasurer. One person for the ofllce of Au ditor General. One person for the ofllce of Judge of the Supreme Court. Also for the transaction of such other business as may...

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

HKLPiWANTEp.-Counlry school teachers with leisure tlrnetliroushouttfre summer can mnVnnnnl I n 1 1 V. . B-.. H ..... nn.,nn tionnmojie acquaintances. A strictly men character and standing. Nothing to buy. Write at once. J. Lucas Williams, 1627 Chest- ,, n , T1. IT- ., ..I . 1. 1 '!Ct () FOR. RKNT Flvn room tenoment. with lavatory, lit good condition. Opposite the Klevator Works, on Eleventh street. Inquire of J. E. RICHMOND or A. T. SEAKLE. 30tf IF YOU WISH to sell your Farm I will furnish a purchaser. If you want to buy a farm, town lot 'or business place, drop mo a postal, or call at my olllce I may have on my llstlne books lust what you want. If you wiBn to aispose 01 your ousiness, preparatory to rhnnpn- rnnfuiit mi let mo eztilaln m V superior facilities for profitably marketing your property, stock, fixtures, etc. I am the special representative in mis section iur iuc larccst Co-operatlvo Heal Estate Association In America, with over 8,000 representative olllces In the United ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 May 1909

BEES BEE KEEPING APIARY IN COLD WEATHER. If Hive Entrance Ib Too 8mall Comba Get Mouldy. With too small nn entrance, In a damp climate, you will bo sure ot mouldy combs and more than tho proper amount of dead bees. The trouble becomes aggravated In tho ourso of tho winter by tho clogging of the entrance with dead bees. Let the full entrance be given as In sum mer, and see that the dead bees are cleaned from It every few weeks. Dur ing heavy storms In winter It fre quently happens that hives are entire ly burled In Bnow. While the now Is light and porous air will penetrate it and reach the entrance of the hives, but should the snow become crusty, or Ice form at the entrance, the bees would be In danger of suffocating. It is well to havo all hives facing south ward, so the sun can snlne on the entrance of the hive and keep them free from ice. After a heavy fall of snow we always sweep In front of the hives, leaving the snow banked around the other three sides, as It will do no harm 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. — 5 May 1909

WHAT TO WEAR AND HOW MAR IT Special Correspondent of This Paper Writes Entertainingly to Women. LATEST FROM THE METROPOLIS Tlio Jumper Waists Hnve Come to Stay A Ilaiidumui Effect A Shirtwaist that is Neat nnd Pret ty A Pretty Idea In the Trimming of Little Girls' Dresses. IIV JULES THEKOW. That the "Juniper" waists and dresses have come to stay Is evident from a glance at this season's most fashionable- garments. The ease with which the home dressmaker can make a really attractive costume by using this stylo of waist has nev er been equalled by any previous mode. The one Illustrated here Is a "one piece" waist made of bordered voile, the edge coming on the edge of the sleeves. A box pleat is made in the back to take up the unneces sary fullness and the garment is slipped on over the head. A bow tie is made of the same material as the waist and fastened to the front, at the top. The guimpe worn with this jumper has the new high linen col lar with the wldo frill of plain net around t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 May 1909

MM VILLAGE, HAMLET, FARM. A Week's Doings in Rural Wayne. Interesting Items Picked Up by Our Staff of Wide-Awake Correspondents JJKTHANV. May 3d. Miss Bessie .Tonus, of Scran ton, a former resident of this place, was the guest of Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Signor several days last week. Last, Thursday we were visited by an all day snow and sleet storm, with light ning and thunder. Mrs. Lavinia I'ethick relumed from Hawley last week. Itev. J. 15. Cody gave a very interest ing account of the spring meeting of the Presbytery, on Sunday. A box social will be given on Friday evening, for the benelit of the Presby terian Ladies' Aid, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hacker. The Misses Cody, Hauser and Gam mell attended the contest at tlieLyceum, in .Scranton, on Friday evening. Mrs. II. Mamies is expecting a visit, from her sister, Miss (Irace Winner, of Pleasant Mount, this week. vi i.sox villi:. May :id. Dr. Voigt, of Hawley, was called to the home of Harry Shook and wife, yesterday afterno...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 May 1909

tteett $ Semi-Weekly Founded! Wayne County Organ g 1 1908 as of the g REPUBLICAN PARTY $ Weekly Founded, 1844 66th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1900. NO. 37 ACTION MLTSII Grand Vizier and Sheik-u!3 Islam Dismissed. HILMI PASHA IS MADE PREMIER Two Other Cabinet Members Thrust Out of Office Famine at Had jin, Which Was Besieged by Moslems. Constantinople, Mny !. Hy the di rect action of Sultan Mohammed, Tow Ilk Pnshu, grand vizier, nnd Zta Hddin Effendl, SholU-ul-Islnm, n hend of thu Moslem faith, have been summarily dismissed from olllce. Hllml Pasha nnd Mollah Suhlb were Installed respectively ns grand vizier Df tho empire nnd Shclk-ul-lslnm. Nail Bey, member of the chamber if deputies from Sluope and an active worker of the committee of union and progress, replaces Azml Hey ns minis ter of public instruction, and Vice Ad miral Arifhlkmet I'nshu replaces Rlzu Pasha us minister of marine. In the imperial decree ordering the changes the sultan expressed his linn fle...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 May 1909

A GREAT TYPEWRITER IS ON EXHIBITION A Wonder Machine Now on Inhibi tion in the Klcetile City. A noiseless typewriter the first of its kind ever made nnd which Is being exhibited and described now for the first time Is an added at traction at the Industrial Exhibi tion this week In Scranton. This demonstration for the benefit of visitors to the show was made pos sible through Colonel L. A. Watres, who Is a personal friend of the prin cipal promoters of the company, which In a few weeks will begin the manufacture of the machine at Mlddletown, Conn., where a plant Is alrbady Installed. In Scranton demonstrating the only complete model which bus as yet been built are E. L. C. Clarke and W. II. Kidder, the latter a son of the Inventor of the machine, whose home Is In Boston. ..Mr. Klddlcr does the practical operat ing and supplies all coiners with all information. Besides being noiseless, the type writer Is also of the "visible" type, and.it lias a score of other advan tages which ought ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 May 1909

GRANGE. A Paper Read Before Pomona Grange at Orson by W. H. Bullock. Corn culture, saving the seed, testing, etc. Indian corn or maize Is a native of America. It was not known to Europe, Asia or Africa before the discovery of Amer ca. When the white vman came to this country he found the Indian using corn for this reason; It was called Indian corn and the best evi dence at hand seems to "point to Central America ns the original home of Indian corn. It was found In the mounds of the Mound Builders, a race of people who inhabited America prior to the Indians and in the Smithsonian In stitute at Washington may be seen specimens of corn taken from the tombs of ancients. One specimen of corn was found twelve feet under ground in a Jar burled In a grave with a mummy. Corn, like wheat and oats, belong to the grass fam ily, is an annus but unlike most other grasses produces Its grain on one or more shoots from the joints, on the side of the stalk. There are six classes or races of corn: Pop...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 May 1909

THE CITIZEN rVBLIBHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY BY THE CITIZEN rCDLISntNO COMPANY. Entered as second-class matter, at the post office, Ilonesdale, Pa, K. B. HAItDENRERGH, - - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SECY directors: c n. dorflikoer. m. b. allen, henry wilson. e. b. ii ardenberoii. W. W. WOOD. UBSCRIPTION: $1.50 A YEAR. IN ADVANCE FKIDAY, MAY 7, 1909. EXPLANATION. This pnper is at present edltorless. Mr. Thomas J. Ham, who has been tilling that position so ably, has been enjoying n much needed rest. In a few days he will be back to his post with renewed vigor and lots of excellent Ideas, which he Will dress up in his inimitable stylo for the edification of our readers. In the meantime, our "General Utility Man" Is in the saddle, and things may go a little askew. If the King's Eng lish is butchered, or High School grammar treated harshly, -you will know who is to blame. But If any of our articles seem to have a taint of vitriol, kindly remember our sanc tum is directly o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 May 1909

CENT A WORD COLUMN l I HAVE Just listed and offer for sale two noiei properties locaica in xvnyne cuuniy. Both fully licensed and dolnc a tine business. Never offered before. Good reasons for sell ing. Prices reasonable. Terms easy. If this interests yon, uropnic nunc or ran ni my offloc. m. r.uuKiN, 'inc neai tsuue aian. Honesdale. 3t2 HELP WANTED. Country school teachers with leisurctlmethrouRhoutthc summer can inaKo cood money in a item, rennea pecupn- tint! nnmnp ooiinlntnnpps. A st.rirtlV hlfm grade proposition backed by a company of character and standing. Nothing to buy. writeatonce. J. Uiras xviliiams.ian ncse nut street, Philadelphia. 36t2 KOH RENT Five room tenement, with lavatory. In cood condition. Opposite the Elevator Works, on Eleventh street. Inquire of J. E. RICHMOND or A. T. SKARI.E. 36tf IP YOU WISH to sell your Farm I will furnish a purchaser. If you want to buy a farm, town lot or business place, drop me a postal, or call at my office I may have on my listing bo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 May 1909

THE TANGLED WEB By Elhcl Watls-Mumford Grant AoAm cl "Dupn." "Whilrwuh," Elc. CopyraiHt. 1908, br Den!. B. Himpon CHAPTER IV. Once within the room Mrs. Gay nor took the young woman by the shoulders with gentle firmness and turned her toward the light. "Look at mo. Your eyes are bloodshot; your head Is paining you again." She was answered by a look of dumb agony. "Never mind." she continued with Insistent gentleness. "You are not to help me dress; you are to do just as I say," she added In a sharp er tone, as the girl made a feeblo gesture of protest. "Come, I can help your head, you know there, now." She forced the girl quietly into an easy chair, with a gentle laugh at her resistance. "There, now, rest, rest poor little thing," she said softly ns she bent over the relaxed form. She made a gentle movement ns If to brush back the girl's heavy hair. There was one observer of this odd little scene. Alice Rawlins, on ! her way down the corridor had paused at Mrs. Gaynor's door, which ha...

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

An Aparian Renaissance By TOM P. MORGAN THE softly-sighing breeze, that, straying In at the window o Prof. Humboldt Melllck's chamber, brings the fragrant breath of Araby the Dlest and Hunkthundcr'3 soap-factory, dallies with the whiskers of what looks a good deal like a large und knobby blood-pudding, with hair and a few features on It. This Is the re sult of I'rof. Melllck's recent tempting of fate with his latest Invention, the Eureka Effluvient. In the other loom lies another and darker-lined victim of the inelilciency of the Effluvient. This is old Uncle Kufus White, the scientist's colored man of all work. The professor became the possessor of bees beivuuo of a young and ac complished conversational who was going about, as Scripture says, like a roaring lion, seeking whom he could sell the plans and right to build a Complex Reversible Hoe-house. Tlie reversible piirt was a great boon, from Uoonevllle, Kentucky, if the owner did not like the appearance of the front, he could, w...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 7 May 1909

$ ! VILLAGE, HAMLET, FARM. A Week's Doings in Rural Wayne. Interesting Items Picked Up by Our Staff of Wide-Awake Correspondents MIIjAXVILLK. May 5Ui. Mrs. Hcnrv Stadler, of Narrowsburg, -and Miss May Skinner, of Callicoon, were recent guests of Mrs. A. Baird. Mr. and .Mrs. .John I'ulis and sums, Mcrlyn and Gordon, are visiting Mrs. Helen Skinner. Miss Jennie Poison left for Deposit, N. Y., laet Sunday, sifter Hpending some time with her brother, James Dolson. Charles Kutvpel and bride, of Hones dale, I'a., are guests at the home of George Hrucher. H. It. Heegle spent sonic time in New York last week. William I'ulis has gone to Syracuse, N. Y., to work at carpentering. Mrs. Smith, who spent the winter with Mrs. Heaeh, went to liinghamtnu on Thursday last. The funeral of Lester l.ovelass was held from his late residence on Sunday, 'iti-v. J. M. t'oleman ollieiating. .Mr. l.ovelass was a citizen who could ill he spaii-d, and his family have the sincere syuipathv of the community. tu v...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 May 1909

SlatoLifcrary - ?? fry6n f Semi -Weekly Founded! ?5 Wnvno Crmnt-v OrdnnT 1 1908 of the 2 Weekly Founded, 1844 REPUBLICAN PARTY j 66th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1909. NO. 38 HAINS MY OUT. Judge's Charge Regarded as Favorable to Captain. HIS SANITY THE MAIN QUESTION Father, Mother and Brothers of Ac cused Army Officer Confident That He Will Be Set Free. Flushing N. Y., May It. Afler little more than an hour of llnal summing up by tlii! prosecution and u charge from Justleu Gnrrctson which was re garded in) favorable to tho accused, the Jury In thu trial of Captain l'ctcr C. I lulus, Jr., retired today to consider their rcrdlct on tho Indictment churn ItiK the army olllccr with murder In the first degree In killing William E. Annls nt the Bnysldu Yacht club. The crowd In and nround tho court house was the greatest that has been seen at any stage of the trial, and ex citement and expectation as to tho verdict led to the making of hundreds of wagers and propheci...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 May 1909

ff THE WINNER Distinction Won by Dun- more MISS GIBBONS'S ESSAY IN FULL Pennsylvania Foremost In Art The The I'eale Academy In Philadel phia lJenJnmln West, John S. Sargent, Abbey, Ho venden and Other Painters Viewed by Their Work. Below we give In full the. text of Miss Eleanor Glbbons's prize essay In the trlanguliir contest in Scranton on Friday evening, April 30th. Having already printed the very creditable compositions of .Miss Abigail Balrd, Faith Clark and Grace Hanlan, who competed for the honor of represent ing Ilonesdale at the annual contest, we round out the series with iMlss Glbbons's production, that Citizen readers may have an opportunity of comparing them and Judging for themselves as to which of the four Hhown the most painstaking research and most promising literary merit: "PHXXSYLVAXIA IX AltT." A country, like an Individual, goes through all the stages of "growing up." it develops from the period in which a few settlors hew the lorcsts from around their log cabin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 May 1909

GRANGE. Wnyno County Pomona Grange and Ileapcr Orange Meet at Orson Many Prominent Speakers. Wayne County Pomona Grange No. 41 met with Reaper Grange No. 1084 at Orson, Friday and Satur day, April 23d and 24th. The weather Friday was anything but pleasant. Rain began to fall about the time many would be leaving their homes, later In the day turn ing Into snow, which fell thick and fast, and the old Mooslc mountains were soon wrapped in white. The air was cold and chilly but on our arrival at Orson we found a warm reception and were immediately transported to the comfortable and hospitable homes of E. W. and Stanley Hlne. A bountiful supply of good things to eat being In readi ness, we were soon at peace with all the world. While all of this was taking place Mr. and Mrs. F. M. and Mts. Amos Shaffer were driving through the rain a distance of twenty-eight miles to meet old friends and patrons. Mr. Shaffer said later that he was well paid for his trouble. The hall was nicely decorated ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 May 1909

THE CITIZEN rnBLIBIIKD EVERY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY BY TUB CITIZEN rOBLISIIINO COMPANY. Entered as second-class matter, at tbe post oil ce, Honesdale, Pa. K. B. HARDENBERGH. - - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SECY directors: c. r. dorflinoer. m. b. allen, henry wilson. e. b. uardenberoii. W. W. WOOD. UBSCRIPTION: $1.60 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE WEDNKSDAY, MAY 12, 1909. The Herald of Tuesday has the following Item: "The Citizen Trio Hardenburgh for Governor, Wood for County Treasurer, and Ross for any old office." The party who wrote this Is still at large, and the best description we have of him is that he walks with a swagger, that would lead one to suppose that he is the man who pries up the sun every morning and starts it oh its journey. COAL IN WYOMING DISTRICT. Scranton vies with Wilkes-Barre in being the heart of the coal land in the great Wyoming districts, says the Financial Review. . The Wyoming district is compris ed of Lackawanna and Luzerne counties. Old Luzerne is the first...

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