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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 May 1909

1 CENT A WORD COLUMN 1 WANTED Six good Smoothers. KEY STONE CUT GLASS COMPANY. Ltd.. ol Hawley, Pa. 40w2 TO LET. for children, pony and cart hold Inc four. Terms. W cents for llrst hour 25c per hour after. C. A. Cortrlght & Son. 40t8 ARE YOU THINKING of buylmr n form ? I have for sale most of the nvailablc proper ties In Wayne county those that nre desira ble; thoso that will stand investigation: those that can be bad at u rleht tleurc. At this time there Is a turnlne to real estate for safe Investment. Call on me pick out a place you tniiiK win suit you anu 1 11 inne you out to look It oter. I rill not let you in nn n bad deal, rest assured of that. DDK IK, The Heal Estate Man, office 1302 Spring St. Citizen's 'phone. ROOMS TO KENT.-Apply at llregsteln Brothers' Store. 33tf IJHAMAN has some splendid Native and Western horses for sale all In excellent con Hlon at Allen House Barn. 25tf SPECIAL attention given to children at at Charlesworth's Studio. ' CLEVELAND Bay Horse, six ye...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 May 1909

WORLD NEWS OF THE WEEK. Covering Minor Happening! Fro All Over the Globe. DOMESTIC. Edward B. Towne, Jr., cashier for the Matheson Lead Company of Now York City, who disappeared In Decem ber and who Is accused of embezzling $30,000, was captured In Orange, N. J. Governor Hughes has reduced the State's appropriations from more than S38,000,00Oto less than $34,000,000. It was announced at Mlddletown, N. Y., that tho grand jury of Orange County had Indicted Ennls & Stop panl, brokers of New York City. A round of festivities marked the day In the visit of the battleship Mis sissippi to Natchez. Continuance of its war on organized labor was announcod at the meeting of the National Association of Manu facturers by the new president, John Klrby. President Taft paid tribute alike to the soldiers of the North and the South at the unveiling of a bronze shaft to General Hartranft and the Pennsylvania volunteers at Peters burg, Va. About the time Capt. Peter C. Halns, Jr., was getting accus...

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 May 1909

aturday OP alks By Rev. F. E. DAVISON RutW, Vt FAITH AND WORKS International Bible Lesson for Maj 30, "09 (James 2: 14-36)' It is a common remark that thero nro two sides to every question. Thero aro often more than that. Truth Is very much llko the Now Jerusalem, It Heth four square, with threo gates of entrance toward every point of the compass. Bigotry and egotism would drive all mankind through one of thoso gates, denying or ignoring all tho others, but clear eyed charity see.i every one of thoso pearly gates, nnd Is Interested In getting people through them. Untenable Claims. Some of tho bitterest ecclesiastical controversies hnvo been waged by men who. havo shut their eyes to tills principle and who havo Insisted that their system of theology was as axio matic as mathematics. Just as cer tainly as two and two aro four In their estimation thoy havo tho only demonstrable theological dogma. A cursory perusal of tho writings of tho apostles reveals tho fact that each of those men ...

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

TIE-UP IS I.HTEI1 Tension In Georgia Railway Strike Increases. BLOCKADE OF THE U. S. MAILS Mayor of lithonia Threatens to ' , , . . . nunaemn rrovisions on Biaing mlt r Htrl(lt )1M, i ,ty oml the Tut and Tell Citizens to Help tonhitui corner, about the middle of! Thpmsplvpq t,l( "'S('' inemseives. Jockey .T. II. Martin shot over his mount's head to the ground as Sir i Martin stumbled, and with him fell the Atlanta, Oa May liT.-Thc. tension , MIICS f ,mir,.d f confident Amcrl in the Georgia railway llremon'H strike 1 can onlookers, and f'tOO.OtM) of Ainetl is Increasing with every hour's delay ! can money was lost. This larne In settling; the race question Involved. ' amount placed on Sir Martin sent his 1 United States malls hold up since the P'leo ! " 1 nmrte I'1"1 " "' , bettlimliiK of the week, a dozen conn- llml favorite for a time. . tics faclnt; demoralization of business , Kl,,e,;l, n-v l'l'ftly was the , and the race Issue bronKht continually Into unwholesome prominence were...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 June 1909

On Wednsdajr, partly cloudy to overcast and slightly cooler weather will prevail with local rains. tfocti eoie!9f steles & Wayne County Organ g i of the 1 J REPUBLICAN I :sTyI , 3 Semi-Wcckly Founded h 1908 4 Weekly Founded, 1844 5? HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1909. 66th YEAR. X 44 s WEATHER REPORT OPENED J TAR Seattle Exposition Started by Pressing Button. KEY MADE OF ALASKA NUG5ET Buildings Completed and All the Exhibits In Place on Opening Day, Beating All Pre vious Records. Seattle, WnHh., .June 1. The Alaska Yukon-Pacific exposition Is open. Al 12 o'clock. Scuttle time, President Tuft pressed the button which set the ma ehlnory in motion, using for the pur pose u key formed of Alnskn nuggets As the 'wheels In the various building began whirring nnd the latest of the world's fairs was declared official! opened one feature that excited the -enthusiastic comment of the great crowds present was that the manage ment had lived up to Its motto of "the show that...

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

SOMETHING ABOUT SOLDIERS' MEMORIALS Can "Wayne County Build a Soldiers' Memorial Hall in Honcsdalc. or Improve ami Maintain the Sol diers' Monument ? The County Solicitor of Luerne coun- ty line just Med an opinion relating to , tiif power of the county commissioners to erect, finish and maintain a suitable i soldiers' monument or Soldiers' Memo-1 rial Hull in Wilkes-Harre, under which it would appear that if any addition or , repairs are required by our monument in Central l'ark, upon the petition of fifty citizens of Wayne, and the approval of two successive grand juries, such improvement:- would properly become a charge upon the county. Indeed, it is not entirely clear that under a similar petition, findings and approval, the county might not lie warranted in build ing a memorial hull in llonesdale, the prci.'iit monument having been entirely a work of voluntary subscription and personal enterprise, and in no sense hav ing been under county control. The opinion of 'the counsel, a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 June 1909

MEMORIAL DAY IN HONESDALE (Continued from page 4.) Andrew Thompson's Address. Mr. Chairman, Members of the Grand Army of the Republic and the Ladles' Circle, .Mem bers of Company E, and Ladles and Gentlemen: Some of the events of Thursday, April ISth, 1SC1, are fixed In my mind, although 48 years have pass ed away since they occurred. The always welcome vacation had arrived to the boarding school boy. With bright anticipations of meet ing parents and others of the home circle, besides exemption for a short time from study and the dally routine of school life, 1 started on the morning of that day from Flushing, L. I., to pass through New York City on the way to my Orange county home. That city was full of excited people; Hags were flying from the buildings which lined Broadway and the downtown streets, and men in uniforms were rushing hither and thither. There were no "sky scrapers" in those days. The height of the buildings at that time did not exceed live or six stories, and the mo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 June 1909

THE CITIZEN PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY BY THE CITIZEN PUBLISHING COMPANY. "ntered as seoond-clnsa mutter, at tbepost ofllce, Honesdaie, Pa. E. B.HARDEKUKKGH. - PKESIDKXT W. W. WOOD. MANAGER AND SKC'Y directors: c. ii. dorfmnoer. m. r. allen, iienry wilson, e. r. haitdemieroit. W. W. WOOD. UIJSCMPTION: $1.60 A YER. IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1905). HEPCIJLICAXS. Republicans do not forget the primaries; turn out and vote. It is true no great principle is at stake, but do not let that keep you from the polls. The Citizen is Interested in a thorough organization of the party and a unification of every interest that we may poll our full vote at fut ure elections. Everything that tends to cut down the trade of the merchant depresses rents, injuries investments and general ly holds back your town, say? the De posit Courier. It may not come to you right off. but such an alien policy will be felt bv everybody in the end. The busi ness man pays his taxes, buys his goods, employs his...

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

CENT A WORD COLUMN TO LET. for children, pony nnil cart hold ing four. Terms, GO cents for first hour 25c per hour after. U. A. Cortrlght it .Son. ma KOOM8 TO KENT. Apply at Ureestcln Brothers' Store. SStt BRAMAN has some splendid Native and Western horses for sale ull In excellent con tlon at Allen House Ham. 2SM SPECIAL attention given to children at at Cbarlesworth's Studio. 'J8 CLEVELAND Bay Horse, six years old. lfi bands and one-half Inch high, line looking. sorei, rignt every way. rricc. woo. 20 l)n. Noiile. Waymart. $50.00 ItEWARI). You can make even more than this on your goods by getting me to do your selling. Write for date. A. O. Blake, Auctioneer, Bethany. FOB SALE Bay house, on East Extension Btreet. Large lot with sixty feet front. M. h. Simons. eoltI SCHOOL TEACHERS If you have a few hours each day that you can spare from you work we will show you how to Increase your earnings. Drawer 5 Honesdnle rii. FARM of 182 acres for sale. Oood house, a barn that will accommoda...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 June 1909

THE TANGLED WEB By Ethel Watls-Mumford Grant Author ol "Dupa," "Whittwuh." Elc. CoprriaSi. 1908. by Boii. B. Hunt on CHAPTER X. Wendham crossed tho room quick ly, Intercepting a passing servant. "Ask If I may see Mrs. Gaynor." He turned, addressing himself to Mrs. Evelyn. "Who Is Mrs. Gaynor's phy sician?" he asked. "I consider her case critical. If you would ask her, we might send for him physicians' etiquette, you know." Mrs. Evelyn opened wide blue eyes. "Dear mo! don't you know that Nellie thinks she Is all sorts of a doctor herself? She never calls anyone In. No, Indeed! She pre scribes a little strychnine If she doesn't cat, and a lltUo chloral If she doesn't sleep--and there you are." "And there you're likely to be not!" exclaimed Alice. "You don't mean to say !" Dr. Wendham was gone. "I don't wonder ho was up set," continued Alice. "I'm glad you tipped him off." Mrs. Evelyn took up tho paper. "I suppose you heard, Alice, what they found ot about John?" She had recovered her ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 June 1909

3 E Poetical Tar Makes a Trip Into the Interior and Corroborates Talc of Jonah PROCURES SOME INSIDE FACTS Pink Pajamas Bearing the Letter "J" Prove the Scriptural Character was Previous a Tenant Evicted Eventu ally and Picked Up by His Mates. Savannah, (Ja. If higher critics must expose the myths In Holy Writ they'd belter make nuothcr guess be fore they think they're It. For yes terday, when Jonas Home, of the barkentlne nolle White, had hoard a parson say the tale of .lonah wasn't right he left his new without a word and went away from there. He said lie couldn't stand to hear a He right after prayer. "It's 'downright sacrilege," he said, "the way those parsons talk. The truth, my boy, should aye prevail It's a winner In a walk. It happens 1 was swallowed once by the very self-name- whale that swallowed Jonah. (Have a drink?) This ain't no phoney tale. And being swallowed thus I found good evidence Inside, that the Jonah story was O. K. and that the parson lied. "I was just n youn...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 2 June 1909

VILLAGE, HAMLET, FARM. A Week's Doings in Rural Wayne. Interesting Items Picked Up by Our j Staff of Wide-Awake Correspondents MAPIjKWOOI). 'ate families that are conveniently May 27. The friends of Dr. , situated to accommodate them, will and .Mrs. W. A. Stevens deeply By in- also take boarders this year. , Beach lmthtze with them In their great , Lake seems to have attractions for bereavement. The death of their ' city people. lovely young daughter la another Chester Calkins Is mid tug to his reminder of how uncertain life Is, i building. nvpn in tlm vnmifr. ducted in the Kvnngelical church. I Mrs. Wheeler und son have l. -V. rr.- tocln-.'. After Kivinf? linn ab.mt a ten i.v tho frnalillnir Elder Tuesday ' ed homo. 'bonis' clmse, Iietectivc Spencer, of evening. May 23th. He gave a' John Varcoe, who has been living j Honesdale, bud him safely lodged in hbciill lirumnirs boarding house. Charles Richardson, of Carbondnlc, is visiting friends at Prompton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Magioakl v...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 June 1909

WEATHER FORECAST Friday, local rain and on Saturday cloudy with local rain. C j Semi-Weekly Founded 1908 i Wayne County Organ of the I REPUBLICAN PARTY! o Jtf a Weeklv Founder!. 1844 & HONE SD ALB, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, JUNE, 4, 1909. 66th YEAR. NO. 45 nil! coal ftl 1 Senator Elkins In Protec tion Plea In Senate. ARGUES AGAINST LOWER DUTY West Virginia Millionaire Says Pro ducers Are In No Position to Stand Reduction of Pres ent Rates. Washington, .Tuiu 3. During the dis cussion liy the somite of the schedules on coal and oil, protect Ion for tho coal unil petroloum Industries of tho United States was the slogan on the senate floor of Senator Elkins of West Vir ginia. Senator Elkins said that the coal producers are in no position to stand a reduction in the existing rates of duty or reciprocal relations with Canada and that protection should ho given to independent oil producers regardless of whether It would lienellt the Stand ard Oil company. Mr. Elkins said that coal mining...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 June 1909

VILLAGE, A Week's Doings in Rural Wayne. Interesting Items Picked Up by Our Staff of Wide-Awake Correspondents $ i WHITE MILLS. Juno 2t. Tim White Mills Bed, Whlte and Blue Poultry Clul) met nt Finnmi-n Theatre on Wednesday. ' May 2Gth. Eighteen were enrolled for membership. The following of- licors were elected: President, Jos. Stonlions. vice president. M. .1. Decker; secretary. John Hensey. Jr., treasurer, Win. Hertel, Jr., M. J. Decker and Patrick Gill were ap iiolntod a standing committee to ilnd ot t t..f prices of grain anil Keep the club posted from time to time. ' As all kinds of grain lluctuate in the murkcts the clul) want to take ad- vantage of buying. We expect to hae a poultry show sometime this. fall. The meeting closed to meet again at the call of the standing committee. Mr. and Mrs. William were isltii:g his mother, Mallett Mrs. J.I Mallott, of this place tills week. There was a game of base ball nlaycd here on Sunday between u picked-up team from Honesdale and a fe...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 June 1909

A LITTLE MORE ABOUT THOSE CHICKENS Everyone Should Head These Inter- 1 octinn awI.1p. I "Well, wife, I guess I will go - down to tho barber shop and get an other shave." "Well say, tell the barber that we have a dog and a cat and that we have adopted two children to get the necessary experience to become sue- for a spraying mixture to be cssful poultry raisers, and tell him used on peach, plum and cherry trees that we are raising the children on I to keep the fruit from rotting. The cow's milk and baby chick food, and i answer of Prof. H. A. Surface, the that, so far, the results are proving ; State Zoologist, Is as follows: very satisfactory." ' "The ripe rot or brown rot is due "All right, wife; I will do any- j to a fungous disease, which attacks thing you say. I am Just commenc- the ripening Iruit of peach, plum and ing to think that a woman does I cherry trees, and is to be prevented know more than most men give her by spraying before or about the time credit for" tllc grown wi...

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

THE CITIZEN PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY BV THE CITIZEN PUBL!B!!!N(1 COMTAKY. Entered as second-clnss mntter, at the post office, Honesdale. I'n, E. I). HAKDENHEKOH, - - HIESIDKNT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SECY directors: ' c. n. dorfunoer. m. n. ai.len. HENRY WILSON. E. II. HARDKNIIF.Rdlt. W. W. WOOD. UBSCKIPTION: $1.50 A year, in advance FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 11)09. KKPUHLICANS. Republlcnns do not forget the primaries; turn out and vote. It la true no great principle Is nt stake, but do not let that keep you from the polls. The Citizen Is Interested In a thorough organization of the party and a unification of every Interest that we may poll our full vote at fut ure elections. HYMENEAL. Wilbur St. Clair Jaunes and MA. Cora R. Silsby, both of Cnrbondnle, were married at the Honesdale Presby terian manse on Wednesday morning. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Wm. II. Swift. It Is something awful the way the Senators and Congressmen of the solid Democratic south, who a few years ...

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

CENT A WORD COLUMN 'io!ejioi!eiCKJio!e,ieie!o,,e: . TO LLT. for children, pony and cart hold Ins four. Terms, 6u cents for first hour-Iioc per hour after. C. A. Cortrlght & Son. itllS HOO.MH TO KENT. Apply at BrcBStchi ' Brothers' Store. 3Jtf 1 BRAMAX has some splendid Native and I Western horses for sale all In excellent con dition at Allen House Karn. 23tf J SPECIAL attention clven to children at 1 at Charlesworth's Studio. 'JH , A $50.00 KKWAKD.-You can make even more ! than this on your goods by Lret 1 1 utr me to do i sour selllns,'. Write for date. A. O. Jllake, . Auctioneer. Jlethany. FOIl SALE Kay houe.on East Extension street. Laree lot with sixty feet front. M. E. Simons. 3i?coltf j SCHOOL TEACIIEKS If you have a few hours each day that you can spare from you ; work we will show you how to Increase your earnlnga. Drawer 5 lionesdale J'a. FARM of 1K2 acres for sale. t!ood house, a barn that will accommodate 40 cows. 5hortes and 10U tons of hay. Farm well watered. , New ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 June 1909

POETRY WORTH $ READING $ Ould Matt'ew Moran. "Och! 'tis he that looks natural, lay-t In' there dead," Said ould Matt'ew Moran, ,rWld the palms nt his feet an' the lights at his head An' the cross In his han', Heart an' soul are at rest, An' It's all for the best," Said ould Matt'ew Moran. When he'd laid by his coat an' had hung up his hat An' had shuffled away to a corner, an' sat Wld his stick twlxt his knees an' hla han's on the crook, 'Twas hlmsel', an' no less, had the "natural look." For the folk o' the parish were wont to declare Ne'er a wake a success unless Matt'ew was there. "'TIs a sorrowful world," he leaned over an' said To the man by his side, wld a shake of his head; "There's so much In It now that's de ceitful an' wrong, 'TIs a blessln' our fri'nd here was took while he's young." "He was slventy-flve lasht July," said the man, "An' I doubt If ye're more than that, Mlsther Moran." Wld a tap o' the end of his stick on the floor, "Shure a man Is as ould as he feels an' n...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 June 1909

E IN PRISON CELL Amazing Talc of Bold Counter feiting Comes From City of Kovno, Lithuania THE COINERS CAUGHT HEDIIANOEQ Jailer Lednlcka and One of His Con vict Inmates Concocted a Clever Scheme All Kovno Convulsed with the Story How Discovery Came. Moscow, Russia. At Kovno, a large town In Lithuania, the public linvo been complaining for some time p s. of tho multitude of false roubles, hall rt -''iles and ID-kopeck pieces in circu lation. The passing of sucn coins is no!, in itself, punishable in Russia, iind the most punctilious persons do r.oi hesitate to try to got rid of false co'ns. The best place is the market., v, 1 10 the Jews take and pass them with the greatest of ease. In respecia ii i- households the false-coins go to tin- cool;, who exchanges them lor imat and vegetables at the market I Inc. Hut at Kovno things were get ting too bad, and even the Jews grew osii of ul of what money they took. The governor of the prison, who fol lowed the same plan as ordinary mor tals f...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 4 June 1909

V V MOTHER SAVES BOY TTOmOtt' STYLE OF WIFE. EDUCATIONAL SLUI.-?. iiuillllllll ll-Ml 1IH AFTER THREE DIVES Mrs. Kraft, ill from Sciatica, Finds After Swim to Rescue Son that She Is Well DEVOTED PARENT'S BOLD PLUfiSE When a Gir! vvr.s An Expert at Swim ming and Divina With Boy's Llfs st Stake All Her Skill Cams Trek. rellcvllie. X. J. As Clifford Kraft, , i j-ears c-:d. was playing with his ' broihers r.i.i hU sisters In the yard in I 'nil f lii'i ho.nc. which fronts on tho 1 ri-.i.- brhi":. ho accidentally fell irom a improvtn-d wharf Into the wi or. ' sv. ;f: cpnt'Ut so'zed t lie little ." -and wlurled ulm oat Into . ! j3, H!n brothers p.tid iste. i shriek whi.h brought thoir n.i.'h- ' v .Mrs. EiiSeiif Krait. to the ucenc. j r C erccicus of Taste In Chicago ss In dicated by Pastor Vaughn's Yo:ng Men. C. '-;r;c H iVinn discovered what svci;.5.' :rl wants la tha way of a -ti3, the- Be v. D. D. Vavshti. ol th H isted Street Church, learned S .. . tlirce score sinsle men. com ri..:ici3...

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