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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 May 1909

1 CENT k WORD COLUMN .TPvrsIMiTw'rvTwT1SrwTvTwTV'l PEItSONAL.-If the person who wrote mo last week, expressing a desire to purchase a iarm of about 80 acres, will write again, I will be pleased to show him Just such a placo as he desires. You forgot to sign your name to the letter. DOIUN, The Ke.il Estate Man. BRIDGE BUILDERS' NOTICE-Blds for the construction of a stone arch bridge, laid In cement, over the Carley Brook at Kast lloncsdale, will be received at the County Commissioners' office, Honesdale, until 10 A. m., Tuesday. June 1st. 1!KH. and opened one hour later. Plans and specifications on file at the Commissioners' office. 38t3 I HAVE Just listed and offer for sale two hotel properties located In Wayne county. Both fully licensed and doing a line business, Jever offered before. Good reasons lor feli ne. Prices reasonable. Terms easy. If this nterests vou. drori mo a line or call at my office. M.F.DOKIN. The Ileal Estate Man. Honesdale. 37t2 FOB RENT Five room tenement, with...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 May 1909

Ras Making PROTECT THE HIGHWAYS. Thoughtless Farmers Often Guilty of Depredations on Kontls. In a Massachusetts town a farmer has been driving his harrow from one to another across a newly-built highway, with the result that the taxpayers nave had to pay for a week's work In repairing the damage done by his thoughtlesness. A ques tion 1b, are there any other farmers In any other sections who are undo ing the work accomplished In road building and are as careless of their own and neighbors' Interests aB was this man? Without wishing to bo severe, It Is believed that there are men in al most every farming community who are guilty of depredations on the rocds as bad as this. They are usual ly of the clasB which leaves farming Implements in the fence corners through tho winter, drive ill-kept horses, ubq narrow tires on their wagons, and complain of hard times. Men can not be legislated into morality or decency, but they can be mulcted if they carry things too far against the interests ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 May 1909

LOTS OF TROUBLE RAISING CHICKENS In continuation of April 30th: "Well, now, see here," continued the wife, "wo have spent our money and hero are our thtrty-flve chickens and there is nothing left to cover them, hut a little kindling wood. I don't think that you ever studied the personal characteristics of a poultry man. Don't you remember when we wore living on the farm, how you kicked the poor hens around and smeared the walls with the eggs when they would not sit?" "Oh yes, dear, hut you see these chickens are getting cold; sit down and cover them with your apron. It always makes a man tired to hear women talk on the poultry (liiestlon. They want to raise poultry and they want to vote and the poor man ho gets the blame tor It all." "Yes, but sec here, do you want me to sit here and keep these chickens warm all day?" "Well, wife, wo don't want to loose the chickens and you are tlie only brooder that I have just now. What are wo going to do? We have spent all of our money." "Well, s...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 May 1909

50 So? ,JoJ VILLAGE, HMET, FARM. A Week's Doings in Rural Wayne. Interesting Items Picked Up by Our Staff of Wide-Awake Correspondents mm WHITE MILLS. May 4th. Mra. Gardner-" What do you think of the weather this spring ? After awhile we won't he able to raise anything. Just think, iiereit is past the first of May, and I have not started to make my garden." Mr. Gardner "Why, what have you been doing? We had some very line weather from (he 7th to the 20th of April. 1 took advantage of it and planted my onions, lettuce and peas." Mra. G. "Yes, you may think that it is alt right to have your garden planted under six inches of snow, but I would rather hove my seed out of the ground until the weather gets warm." Mr. G. "I am glad that we do not all act and think alike ; but I want to toll you that onions, lettuce and peas, germinated at a low temperature, just as soon as the snow is gone, will thrive, if the soil is adapted to their culture." Mrs. G. Yes ; but 1 will have lettuce, onions...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 May 1909

4 WEATHER REPORT: Pair; light, southwest winds. Semi-Weekly Founded! Wayne County Urgan. 1908 of the Weekly Founded, 1844 REPUBLICAr ARTY 8 66th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1909. NO. 39 itaett FI CUTINWHEAT Gallinger Springs a Surprise on Western Senators. PROPOSES REDUCTION OF DUTY Kentucky Senator Pleads For an Amendment to Tariff Bill Fa voring Home Producers of Tobacco. Washington, May 13. A surprise was sprung Into the opening proceed ings of the senate when Senator Gal linger (Rep., N. II.) laid before that body n petition from his constituents iu New Hampshire praying that a re duction of 10 cents a bushel be made in the duty on wheat. As the title of the petition was read Mr. Gallinger glanced toward the sen ntors from the wheat growing states, many of whom have ligured promi nently In the movement for lower du ties on the manufactured products of New England. Senators Nelson, Bur kett nnd McCumber expressed surprise at the move by the senator from New H...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 May 1909

WAYNE COUNTY TEACHERS' MEETING Eleventh Annual Meeting of the Wayne County Teachers' Asso ciation at Seclyvllle Able Papers Head ami Valu able Suggestions Offered. The eleventh regular meeting of the Wayne County Teachers' Asso ciation was held at Seolyvllle, May 7 and 8. About one hundred teach ers registered. The meetings were well attended by the general pub lic. Friday afternoon the chapel was crowded. The teachers were well pleased with the hospitality shown by the Seelyville people. The dinner served by the Ladies' Aid was enjoyed by all. The papers prepared and read by those whose names appeared on the program showed careful and thoughtful pre paration. Many practical hints and suggestions were given in these papers as well as in the discussions which followed. The following Is a brief report of the different ses sions: On Friday evening the devotional exercises were conducted by liev. Whittaker of llonesdale. .Miss Ken nedy then gave a declamation in a very pleasing manner. ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 May 1909

CANT VOTE AND HAVE BABIES, TOO It's Pathologically and Function, ally Impossible, Declares Dr. Max G. Schlapp RAGE SUICIDE IN BALLOT BOX Dr. Schlapp Tells Women at. the Col ony Club That Increased Activity on Their Part Threatens tho Ex tinction of the Species. New York City. Tho trouble -with a woman who wants to vote Is that she is too katabollc. It Is a pathological condition. The moment you, if you are a woman, develop katabollc char acteristics (which moans maleness) to any pronounced degree you want the ballot nnd won't be happy till you cet It. Dr. Max G. Schlapp, of the Cornell University Medical School, told col lective woman at the Colony Club that the gaining of the vote meant depopu lation of the cradle through the un eexlng, not virtual but physical, of the mother of the race. He regards It as a disease. His scientific exposition of the prin ciplesthe katabollsm involved was the climax of the "antl" arguments, which have heretofore contented themselves with the assuranc...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 May 1909

THE CITIZEN rVBUSnED kvebt Wednesday and Friday bt THE CITIZKN rODLlSHIHO COKrANT. Entered as second-class matter, at thepost olllcc. Honcsdale, Pa. K. B. IIAIIDENBERGH, - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SECY directors: C. B. DORFLINOER. M. II. ALI EN. HENRY WILSON. E. D. HARDEN llEndll. W. W. WOOD. SUBSCRIPTION: $1.60 A TEAR. IN ADVA5CE FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1909. ICcpublirnn State Convention To the Republican Electors of Penn sylvania: 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 risburg, on Wednesday, June 1G, 1909, at 10:30 o'clock a. ni., for the purpose of nominating candi dates for the following offices, to -wit: Olio person for the office of State Treasurer. One person for the office of Au ditor General. One person for the office of .Judge of the Supreme Court. Also for the transaction of such other business as may be ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 May 1909

CENT A WORD COLUMN lemeieietsmeisieiefc A LAKGK A8SOKTMKNT of eeooml-hnml Hoc stones for sale. Inquire of J. H. M-llsen. 3MU J. K. NIEI.SKN has on sale choice Dnhlliis of all colors. All sprouted and crowlnc. 38tl PEHSONAU-lf the person who wrote me last week. expressing n desire to purchase a farm of nhoul HO acres, will wrltenenlu, I will be pleased toshowhlm lust such n place as he desires. You forcot to slitn your nanie to the letter. DOWN. The Heal Kstnte Man. IHUiXIH nUlLDHItS' NOTICK-lllds for the construction of u stone arch bridge, laid In cement, over the Cnrley llrook at Hast Honcsdale. will be received at the County Commissioners' ofllce, Honesdalc, until 10 a. m Tuesday. June 1st, 10U). and opened one hour later. Plans and specifications on lile nt the Commissioners' otllcc. 3M3 KOK HKNT Five room tenement, with lavatory, In kooi! condition. Opposite the Klevator Works, on Eleventh street. Iiuiuire of J. E. KICII.MONII or A. T. SKAKI.K. :itf TIIK HONKSDAI.K SCHOOL HOARD...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 May 1909

THE TANGLED WEB By Ethel Walts-Mumford Grant W f Author ol "Dupci." "While." Etc 5 &x Copyright. 1908, by Beni. B. Himpton , CHAPTER Vr. Mrs. Evelyn rang. "These mnlds are to be questioned further. Yon will keep them in tho servants' hall until I give further orders. And Vreeman," she continued, "when the detectives come, you are to oiler no opposition to whatever they may de6iro to investigate. You, we, are all under suspicion until the affair can bo cleared up." Under escort of tho butler the hysterical suspects were removed, and the ladies returned to the draw ing room. Alice, her hands in her pockets, stood before the open fire. "Well," she said dryly, "when do you wish to go through me, Mrs. Lawdon? And Mrs. Gaynor, have you had the X-rays turned on her? We may have swallowed your jewels, you know." Miss Rawlins's angry sarcasm fell upon unresponsive ears. "Where's my husband?" Mrs. Lawdon demanded sharply. "I'm not going to waste another minute not one I want the proper au...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 May 1909

t ENDS LIFE 111110 REVEL filch Young Parisian Fulfill Promise of "Surprise" by Shooting Him self at Monte Carlo. Paris, France. Fernand Ravenez, woalthy young Parisian, committed suicide under remarkable circum stances. He gave a supper to a number of his friends, at which the fun was fast ana furious. Several times during tho evening Ravenez cried: "This is nothing; a big surprise is awaiting you at the end." At dawn, when the party was breaking up, Ravenez shouted: "Now for tho great surprise." Ho arose abruptly and walked to ward the Gypsy orchestra, which was playing a Hungarian rhapsody. His friends, who were expecting some practical joke, wero stupefied to see him suddenly place a pistol to his templo and fire. Ho fell dead. Ine only reason for his act Is said to bo "sheer boredom." Ravenez was only twenty years old, but ho had be come a familiar ilguro on the Paris boulevards, where his liking for "loud" dress attracted attention. Three years ago the young man figured in a se...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 14 May 1909

VILLAGE, A Week's Doings in Rural Wayne. Interesting Items Picked Up by Our Staff of Wide-Awake Correspondents 5St STERLING. May 10. Nearly every day we have a line shower and vegetation is just a rushing. .Misses Eflle and" Blva Cliff are hav ing Oscar and Harley Ferguson re shlngle their dwelling. Last week Mrs. A. .1. Cross returned from a visit to her mother's in New Jersey. Miss Maine Fritz is assist-, lug Mrs. Cross in doing the house- i Charles Utt's on Sunday. Mrs. Wil work. i limn Hit accompanied him homo to Misses Helen and Mary Itobecker ! spend a week, were at church Sunday and we might ' jjrs. Daniel Smith is quite sick with also add Ward Megergh. 'the grippe. (Irace GUlner is also up from the' .rK i,, Cohen is sick, and Mrs. llloomshurg State Normal School. The Ladies' Aid will meet for din ner, gossip and sewing on the 12th at Mrs. .1. E. Cross's. The Men's nnd Hoys' Club meet nightly at the post olllce to swap yarns. Prof. .1. 11. Creveling closed his term of eight m...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 May 1909

Wednesday, fair to partly overcast weather and slightly higher temperature. stationery temperatures, followed by local rains. Thursday, overcast weather with 7 INfWTVlNTNN aaeieieisiG ttaett r m Semi -Weekly rounded 1908 Wayne C ity Organ i 3 C Weekly Founded, 1844 S REPUBl iN PARTY j u Q 3 U a w 66th YEAR. HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1909. NO. 40 WEATHER HEPOIIT till TAFT'SLAIN TALK Speaks of Emery Glaim to Nicaragua Envoy. HOPES JUSTICE WILL PREVAIL. Senor Gonzales Is Authorized to Set tle Dispute Over Millions Either by Compromise or by Arbitration. Washington, Mny 18. President Taft talked very plainly to Pedro Gonzales, who came from Nicaragua as a spe cial commissioner to nettle the Emery ease, which has been a source of Irri tation between the two governments for several years and came near result ing In a rupture in the friendly rela tions between them. The president made it clear that mu tual trunt, sincerity and regard for Justice was the only sure grou...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 May 1909

EARLY ACCIDENTS ON THE ERIE RR. Ed. Harold Mott's Reminiscences Death of Last Survivor of First Erie Disaster Testing Car Wheels with a Hammer 0. W. Dimmick as an Inventor. The following article from the pen of Kd. II. Mott, probably the best posted nuui HviiiR as to the historical haps and mishaps of the Krio Railroad, will be read with interest : The death of Kx-Shcriff C. W. Dim mick recalls the fact that he was the last survivor of the llrst railroad disas ter of note that es'er occurred in this country. It was on the New York & Krio Railroad, now the Krio Railroad, July 24, IS 111, when the road was less than five years old and was still running four-wheeled ears and eabless locomo tives without "cowcatchers." The car wheels were east with spokes instead of polid center.-'. This llrst s-rious raihoad accident oc curred nt Seaman's Undue, near Mon toe, Orange count v, N. Y. A broken whe'-l on one of the can d. railed the train as it was passing over the bridge. The bridge br...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 May 1909

BIRTHDAY PARTY OF NINE DROWNED Six Men, a Woman and Two Boys Lost in the Susque hanna River HOST LAUGHED AT A WARNING Had Taken Jolly Gathering of Friends i a... n. T.l nin of Water Caused Occupants to Rise from Seats. Wilkes-Barre, Pa May 17. Six men, a woman and two boys were drowned In the Susquehanna River near Port Griffith by tho capsizing of a rowboat, William Andrews entertained two brothers and a party of relatives at dinner, and suggested as his guests lived where there was no boating that they go rowing. A flat-bottomod row boat was the only boat available, and Into this the party crowded, despite tho warnings of onlookers that tho current was dangerous even for a lightly loaded boat. Mrs. Andrews and her three children did not go, be cause thoro was not room. Of the happy dinner party they are the only survivals. The dead: ANDREWS, THEODORE, 36, Provi dence, Pa., leaves wife and six chil dren. ANDREWS, THOMAS, 20, Provi dence; unmarried. ANDREWS, WILLIAM, 27, Port Griffi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 May 1909

THE CITIZEN rPBUBnED rVKBT WZDNK8DAY AND FRIDAY BY THK CITIZEN rUHL18IIIH0 COM r ANY. Entered as second-class mntter, at the post olllcc, Honesdale, Pa. E. B. IIARDKNBEKOII, . PRESIDENT yr. w. wood. - - manager and skcy directors: c. n. corfi.inof.r. m. b. aixk.v. henry wilson. e. b. 1iardenberoii. W. W. WOOD. SUBSCRIPTION: $1.60 A year, in advance WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1909. Republican State Convention To the Republican Electors of Penn sylvania: I am directed by the Republican -State Committee to announce that the Republicans of Pennsylvania, by their duly chosen representatives, Trill meet in convention at the Ma jestic Theatre in the city of Har--risburg, on Weanesday, June 16, 1909, at 10:30 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of nominating candi dates for the following offices, to -wit: Ouo person for the office of State Treasurer. One person for the office of Au ditor General. One person for the office of judge of the Supreme Court. Also for the transaction of such other business as ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 May 1909

m. nnwr i urnnn oai iimm 35 WANTED-SIx Cood Smoother?. KEV BTONE CUT GLASS COMPANY. Ltd.. of Hawlcy. Pb. Qw2 FOR. SALE CHEAP.-Some second-hnnd 6 foot chicken wire. Inquire at 120B East St. TO LET. for children, pony, and cart hold ing tour. Terms, 80 cents for tlrst hour-25c per hour after. C. A. Cortrlebt & Son. 40t T TTA VR 1TAT1 n nnmhpr nf Innulrles from parties who wish to purchaso small places uuftntiln fr, Mm nnnlfrv hnatnn.Q. Hnvn VOI1 anything In that line? DOKIN, The. Heal Estate Man. 40tl WANTED TO KENT A modern house of 0 or 7 rooms, or a 6 room apartment. Address "House," Citizen Olllce. WV1 BKIDOE HUILDKKS' NOTICE-lllds for the construction of a stone arch bridge. laid In cement, over the Carley Brook at hast Honesdalc. will be received at the County Commissioners' olllce, Honesdale, until 10 a. m., Tuesday. June 1st. 11HW. and opened one hour later. Plans and specifications on ifile at the Commissioners' olllce. ' KOOMS TO KENT. Apply at Bregstciii Brothers' Store...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 May 1909

THE TANGLED WEB W By Ethel Watls-Mumford Grant W j- Aultior of "Dup," "Whilewuh," Elc. $ g Copyrighl. 1908, by Ben!. B. Hampton CHAPTER VIII. In his own room once more Wend bam returned to the open casement. Already tho miracle of dawn had be come tbe miracle of day. Tbo dis tant reaches of the plains no longer unfolded roll upon roll of gossamer blue, opal, and rose. Over the newly illuminated earth a cloud ot tinsel seemed to float, brilliantly outlining each fall and rise of tho rolling plain with an edge of keen est crystal. The air seemed sudden ly purified, sterilized of tbe dream; of night, new-breathed from the realms of the upper ether. Wend ham drew long breaths of the elixir, refreshing body and mind for the day's struggle. For tho present he felt things must take their course Tho terrible suspicion that besot lila heart must be verified, but sanely, calmly, for tho best result, above all for tho safety of the one woman. What to him was Mrs. Lawdon clam oring for tho insi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 May 1909

WORLD NEWS OF THE WEEK. Covering Minor Happenings From All Over lb Globe. DOMESTIC. P. Augustus Helnzo was Indicted In New York City for misappropriating $2,225,000 of tho funds of the Mercan tile National Bank. The live defendants In the Turpen tine Trust casus wero sentenced at Savannah, Ga,; Jail sentences wero imposed In two cubos. Walter McGrcal, who eloped from Drooklyn with Hazel Drew, tho heir ess to $150,000, was held in the Adams Street Police Court on a charge of abducting tho girl and was released, on $1,000 ball. The young couple hold a wedding reception In the ovening at tho homo of Walter's father. Mrs. Florence L. James, of Itodbanlc, N. J., horsewhipped Mrs. Florenco Hookman, alleging that she was try ing to steul her husband. Tho Now York Court of Appeals de ckled that the American Tobacco Company's control of tlio market wna not Illegal so long as there was no combination with others. Governor Hughes of New York, signed the bill making possible the quick collectio...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 May 1909

VILLAGE, HAMLET, FARM. A Week's Doings in Rural Wayne. Interesting Items Picked Up by Our Staff of Wide-Awake Correspondents io2 11ETHANV. May 17 Mrs. Cherry and daugh ter, Isabelle, of Jersey City, were the guests of Mrs,. E. W. Gammell ' last week. Miss Cora Sears, of Honesdale, Is spending ten days with Mrs. James Johns. Fred Hauser spent several clays last week In Wllkes-Barre. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Paynter and daughters, Phyllis and Rachel, of Carboudale, spent Sunday at the Lavo home. Examinations for entering the high school took place Saturday at the school house. Mrs. Henry Hoagland and daugh ter, Mrs. S. Craig with little son, Joseph, left for the west on Saturday. District Superintendent Puller will he here Sunday evening, May 23d, and hold quarterly meeting. There will not be any preaching In the Methodist church Sunday evening. Mrs. Maurice Fitze and sons, Earl and Claude, of Aldenvllle, spent part of last week with the former's moth er, Mrs. Anna Hauser. The Presbyterian...

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