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THM CITIZEN, FIUDAY, MAHGH 22, 1012.
u an uBscriDBS a own na
Would Appeal U One's Fancy.
lit MARKET A BG FEATURE.
Town and Should Carry a Supply of
Good Substantial Foods School and
Mrs. Mnry Pattison, former prosl-
'Let us take nn imaginary Journey,"
rtinnivliorn nml 1ml lil nti Id on 1 villnirn
i in v ii. i ji'i iiii'i t; lit; 11 mi-iiii. iuu
nd cut with windlnc roads, n few hills
no, i nrnitf i wiik n n nnnr. nniinv r v
i .it ..i t. i -...i
a oo tltom Inctrtrwl rm flmvor mill
'On ono of these hills near by we
1 1 n rnnm v kc1 inn nniivn i nn ii vr n
nuiri'ii iin iuiiiiT iii 11111 1 i'i i in i ni ri'iii
linn- nf Hfo In rntnmnn snnsn nnil In
uusirini nnu onraiiK- manors, wiiii no
mper of forced mentality.
"Here we And usefulness with beautv
method. As n result horse or coarse
ay nud disrespect are unknown. In
vidual nud careful tliinUInp are en-
ied. with charm of manuer and the
Tn flirt rtnn(nr rf t li t r,T n ti rn n
u olinlpo fiiinns ninl nfllnni!. tri find
I v flirt liner ninl imrncr f rrw1 j unn Iwi
:illtv. n nlnno xi'linrn If 1.2 nnf iifU.
iir t r ciinri r n iu rnn untunnio rr
I'lvMEfO.!- lint irlinro It la nnpncunt-i tn
1 which beefsteak has had Its InW
ir:ii'iin. w i r inii n in ahm inrn
en embalmed, what animals died in
" ' "tin. utio ijuu nn na"
'Let us perhaps build two churches
our beautiful villnpe. although that
v i ( mm inn m n n mir at innrn te
opening the pate of heaven
uuku iuu uiiuiieciuiu uuur ur unuer
pnrtal nf the understanding where
son reigns and science proves. Then
ittlc farther on let us And another.
nzmc uou nn eartu tnroueu the a n
the cmotlnns, with the heart as the
them both be beautiful, but let u:4
flrst to one and then the other till
the future they unite.
Our community Is made up of
nes, cheerful, normal, happy homes,
Ivldual In expression, co-operato In
nageinent and lovely In design
ere the atmosphere Is the guiding
rot. wnero nnimnir is no ii i nr
es more trouble than worth, where
iiiuii.y, ui'Tiuu uim uuppiness leave
a crevice for hell to peek through.
A Twl nnn. n 1 1 I wntl. . I. 1 I . i
opposite the park we are led to
village clubhouse, a line pleasure
pa nnntnnnrl f ny nil n na T f l
itvis 'ii. :i nmfo inr rrnmna nr nil
s. Willi rnnms rnr ttiiiqip nrr iinnn-
etc, nud for that foolish frivolity
hout which society would lose Its
m1 and help to usher In the new
ige home. If not In detail, at least
v. v. ii iihh, i' in.il, viw It (if. 111.
the spirit by just living, where
tors anrl lawyers nre tlio mlnlniiim
llllllll'r Illlll I H. I IIITN Tin I lll 1HI1TI.
n, a plnce where only haaltli Is
wn and where the whole air thrills
. II Fa ,1
Plans to Reduce Cost of Living.
new Oregon Idea has been formed
i the taking of preliminary steps
ml I .... I , I 1 1 t 1
city council authorized Mayor
hrlght to appoint n committee of
ness men to conduct a series of
pcratlve shops, where the profits
m ue uistriuuteii among the share-
stock In the concern at 525 a share.
the proviso that no Individual
own more than one share. Stock-
era share proOts, and purchasers
have deducted from their bills n
of the store's earnings. If the
succeeds It will be cstabllshm! In
r Oregon cities.
Remove Overhead Wires.
erueau uiecinc wires in the bus!
district of Fort Worth. Tex., will
be a thing of the past, for the
Worth Power and Light company
rivi.il mirinii in nil pnv n nt i ...ii.
i placing Its downtown wires uu-
UUI1U UL UUIU.
e district takes Jn practically the
t of the city. Only wires left
ling will be those of the street car
mny and one or two feed wires
will extend along the alleys.
a luui uuw luiui u luueic in munj
o alleys will bo placed la cables.
REMARKABLE RECORD OF
Nebraska City Has Reason to Da
Proud of Its Achievements.
In the way of municipal lmpiove
rncnts, which nre n sure token of the
progresslvcncss of the community,
Hastings, Neb., has made a record dur
up the past year that Is said to bo
without parallel nmong the Nebraska
cities of her class for this or any other
Including over four miles of street
paving finished In the twelve months
ending this fall and for sewer exten
sions and improvements In the water
and light department finished or con
tracted for during the calendar year
Hastings' bill Is approximately S.'O,-
000. This year's Improvements bring
the value of the water system up to
$200,000. nnd the value of the electric
light nnd power system up to $1-10.000.
making a total for the two of ?310.000.
The bonded debt of the city was do-
creased during the last ten years from
!?2S5.000 to Sinn.OOO. but the $50,000
issue of intersection bonds this year
brought the total back to $2-15.000.
which Is still far less than the value of
the city's Investments In the two mu
nicipal enterprises. Bond issues of
$110,000 for the water plant and nn
original bond issue of $20,000 for the
light nnd power plant gave the only
public nld these two plants have had.
all the subsequent Improvements hav
ing been paid for out of the earnings.
Moreover, there has been no levy
cither for wnter used by the city or for
street lighting. During the present year
the city has Invested almut $S,000 In a
now. well and a new smokestack and
about $9,000 In the Installation of a new
air compressor. Approximately, $-1,000
lias been spent In the enlargement of
the power house and the building of a
coal storage houe and n machine shop.
Two boilers have been installed nnd
nre about ready to be placed in com
mission. When the settlement Is made this Im
provement will represent n further In
vestment of $3,000. Early this month
the council contracted for a new pump
to cost $0,250 and the foundation and
addition to the building nbout $3,000
more. Sewer extensions built and con
tracted for during the year show an
outlay of over $7,000. The total cost
of paving in the twelve months ending
this fall was $200,-lC0.08. Over 500
carloads of materials were shipped
Into Ilnstings for this paving exclu
sive of the home brick used.
Must Keep Streets and Alleys Clean.
A determined effort to clean up the
streets and alleys of Pueblo, Colo., and
place them In a more presentable con
dition Is to be undertaken at once by
the health department. Copies of the
ordinance regnrdlng the throwing of
trash into the streets and alleys of the
city have been printed nnd will be cir
culated generally throughout the city.
It stipulates n fine of from $5 to $100
for violation, and, according to the offi
cials of the health department, It is to
be enforced to the letter. The ordi
nance covers rubbish nnd trash of ev
ery description, nnd the first work of
the department will be a thorough in
spection of present conditions. Notice
will be served to violators that they
had better clean up at once, and after
a reasonable time has elapsed prosecu
tions will be started unless the law Is
adhered to absolutely.
$20,000 to Clean Streets.
The street cleaning department of
I'ort Wayne, Ind., cost $10,030.40 dur
ing the year 1011, according to the an
nual report of the board of public
works, by Ilcnry W. Becker, the clerk
to the department.
In addition to this sum the board
spent $10,893.32 for street maintenance
and repairs, and $2,412.02 for Improv
ing the bridges within the corporate
limits. The garbage department was
busy during the twelve months, when
3,772 londs of garbage were delivered
to the incineration plnnt. The city
expended $14,485.00 to accomplish this,
of vhlch $0,489.97 was given to David
Wlnburn, the collection contractor.
Homo Trade Pointers.
Keep track of your sales each day.
It will bo, a help to you later on.
At the close of each day's business
enter In your personal memorandum
book your total sales for the day; also
make totals for each week and each
month. For the flrst year you can
make weekly and monthly compari
sons, and nfter a year you can com
pare your sales each day. These com
parisons will serve to act as an Incen
tive In your work, for you will find
yourself trying to beat your previous
records. You will find that it Is inter
esting to Co this. It Is a good thing for
the store, so It cannot be anything but
a good thing for you ulso.
Will Enforce City Ordinance,
At n meeting of the city council of
Mnrlln, Tex., the marshal was Instruct
ed to enforce the ordinance against
obstructions being placed and allowed
to remain on the streets nnd sidewalkR.
such as vehicles at blacksmith shops
nnd livery stables: boxes, barrels, etc..
at stores and saloons. This action was
In compllanco with a request from la
dles of the city.
Free Trees and Shrubs.
F. V. Collins, owner of Collins' gar
dens and a director of the Civic Im
provement league, has announced a
plan by which ho hopes to make San
Antonio homes beautiful. Any perRor
who goes to Collins' gardens who owni
n home, the valuation of which doei
not exceed $2,500, will receive frr
shrubs nnd trees.
Perils of Gasoline.
The fire prevention committee of the
Rochester chamber of (.omuicrcc. lu
the course of its campnlgn of educa
tion ngalust home fire dangers, had Is
sued n circular on gasoline and its per
ils In which it says: "A pint of gaso
line left open Jn n basin in a room at a
normal or average temperature will
entirely evaporate In twenty-four hours.
The gasoliuo vapor is heavier than the
nlr and sinks immediately to the floor
nnd unless It Is disturbed by nctivc air
currents will remain In the room for
tunny hours. One pint of gasoline will
make 200 cubic feet of explosive mix
ture. Without becoming too scientific
It mny be said that this gasoline vapor
is seven times more powerful than gun
powder. It Is not necessary to touch a
match to it. A spark from the heel of
a shoe striking n tnck or nnil will ex
plode the vapor. A lighted gas Jet will
produce the same result. Keep gaso
line nway from every kind of flame,
even if that flame is inclosed, as In a
stove or furnace.
Claim They Can "Grow" Meat.
Artiliclul production of food by mere
ly chemical processes has always been
a dream of the scientific man. A re
cent discovery brings this within the
possibilities, provided the chemist Is
allowed an organic cell to start with.
Professor W. II. Lewis and his wife
of Johns Hopkins arc reported to have
caused cellular substances to grow in
definitely outside of the organisms to
which they orlglually belonged. Dr.
Lewis now suggests that this may en
able men to "grow" meat on n com
mercial scale. A commcntutor says:
"What Dr. Lewis and bis wife claim to
have actually accomplished Is this:
They have taken pieces of chicken,
plnced them In n saline solution and
grown chicken meat. They have dis
covered that it Is possible to cut oil
some of this chicken meat without hin
dering further growth, and the process
can be repeated indefinitely. They also
claim that the process can bo applied
to any kind of flesh." Chicago News.
WHY YOU MEED
UATEVEIl your busi
ness you NEED niicws
pnper. You cannot
keep houso without it.
IN ANY ISSUE YOU MAY SEE
AN ITEM THAT WILL PAY YOUR
SUBSCRIPTION FOR TEN YEARS.
It may bo a bargain ; it mny bo
news of somebody who wants to
buy an nrticlo that you have to
soil; it may bo n hint as to how
you can improve your methods or
mako moro money.
y following tho markets you
know when to buy or sell. By fol
lowing the advertisements y.ou
know where to trade.
THE PAPERS TELL YOU OF
MORTGAGE AND TAX SALES, OF
AUCTIONS AND OF OTHER
EVENTS WHEREBY GREAT BAR
GAINS "MAY BE PICKED UP.
Taking a paper is commercially
profitable, especially to tho man
who keeps his eves open. WHY
not SUBSCRIBE NOW?
To Patrons Along the Scranton
Branch of the Erie Railroad.
Tho afternoon train leaving Scran
ton as per schcdulp following, run
dally directly to Honcsdalo, giving
peoplo time to trnnsact tholr business
at tho county seat and return horns
tho samo evening.
ARRIVE. . LEAVE.
8:20 Scranton 1:30
8:13 Dunmoro 1:37
8:02 Nay Aug..- 1:46
7:54 Elmhurst 1:56
7:43 Wlmmcrs 2:07
7:40 Saco 2:10
7:34 Mnplewood 2:16
7:20 Lako Ariel 2:34
7:09 Gravity 2:41
6:59 Clomo 2:51
G:f3 Hoadloys 2:56
G:37 West Hawloy.. ..3:27
6:12 White Mills ....3:38
6:03 East Honcsdalo .3:47
6:00 Honcsdalo 3:50
Published by tho Greater Honesdal
Board of Trado, Honcsdalo, Pa.
CANDIDATE FOU ASSEMBLY.
I hereby announce to the voters of
Wayne county that 1 am Tor the sec
ond and last time a candidate for the
nomination and election for Repre
sentative in the General Assembly
at Harrisburg. I therefore solicit
tho aid and support of all my friends
at the Primaries to bo held April 13.
H. C. JACKSON. I
Tyler Hill. Pa. tloel I
The Smallest Armies.
If ever the dream of the disarma
ment of the world shall bo realized
there nre several countries that would
not have much to do In this line as, 1
for Instance, Monaco, whoso nrmy con-1
slsts of seventy-five guards, seventy-1
five carabineers and twenty firemen.1
Tho next smallest army Is that of
Luxembourg, with its 135 gendarmes,
170 volunteers and thirty musicians.
In the republic of San Marino they
can put in the field a total of nine
companies of 050 men and thirty-eight
officers, commanded sby n marshal.
The army on a peace footing consists
of one company of sixty men. Tho
most amusing of all tho "armies.",
however, Is that of Liberia. That
country's fighting force is composed of
700 men nnd SOO officers, but the latter
are evidently deemed very terrible by
their own government since the re
public Issues proclamations of neutral
ity when wars break out between any
of the powers.
Dickens Liked Literary Names.
The death of Alfred Tennyson Dick
ens recalls tho great novelist's pen
chant for naming his children after
distinguished literary men and par
ticularly after his contemporaries. His
eldest son, born in 1837, he christened
after himself, Charles Culllford Boz;
his flrst daughter he named simply
Mnry; the second daughter, Kate Ma
creadyj the second son. born In 1841,
Walter Landor: the third, born in 1844,
Francis Jeffrey; the fourth, Alfred
Tennyson: tho fifth, Sydney Smith;
the sixth, nenry Fielding, and tbo
seventh, Edward Bulwer Lytton. Of
these only nenry Fielding, who, like
his namesake, follows the law, now
Burvlves. Ono wonders somewhat why
he passed over his great friend John
Forster and his greatest contemporary,
Thackeray. Pall Mall Gazette.
X would like to sec you If
t you are in the. market
t for :
t JEWELRY, SILYEK-I
I WAKE, WATCHES,!
I DIAMONDS,. :
t AND NOVELTIES I
I "Guaranteed articles only ol! " J
CAN YOU ASK MORE?
four Money Back For the Asking.
You Promise Nothing.
Wo ore fo confident that we can fur
ish relief for indigestion nnd dyspep
sia that we promise to supply tho
medicine free of all cost to every one
who uses it according to directions
who is not perfectly -satisfied with tho
results. We exact no protnisei and
put no one under any obligation what
ever. Surely nothing could be fairer
We are located right here where yon
live, and our reputation should be suf
flclent assurance of the genuineness
of our offer.
We want crery one who Is troubled
with Indigestion or dyspepsia in any
form to come to our store and buy a
box of nexall Dyspepsia Tablets. Take
them home, and rive them a reason
able trial, nccordinc to directions. If
they c'on't please you, fell us and wo
will quickly return your money. They
have a vrry m'ld but positive action
upon throrrans with which they come
In contact, apparently acting as a reg
ulative tonic up"n the relaxel muscular
coat oft hebowel. thus overcoming weak
ness, nnd aiding to restore the bowels
to more vigorous and healthy activity.
Three sizes, 25c. fiOc.. and $1.00. Remem
ber, you can obtain Itexall Remedies
only at our store The Rsxall Storo
A. M. LEINE.
in your family you of course call
a reliable physician. Don't stop
at that; have his prescriptions
put up at a reliablo pharmacy,
oven if it is a little farther from
your home than some other store.
You enn find no more reunble
store than ours. It would be im
possible for more care to be taken
in the selection of drugs, etc., or
in the compounding. Preecrip
Hons brought here, either night
or day, will be promptly and
accurately compounded by a
competent registered pharmacist
and the prices will be most rea
sonable. O. T. CHAMBERS,
Opp. D. A II. Station. Ho.nesdaii, Pa.
I MARTIN CAUFIELD
p Designer and Man
Office and Works
J 1036 MAIN ST.
W. C. SPRY
HOLDS SALES' ANYWHEHE
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Only twenty-0vo white men. it is
said, have as yet beheld the most re-.
markable natural bridge In the world
tho Icnlnbow bridge of southern
Utah, compared with which the fa
mous Natural bridge of Vlrglpin is al-
mnct lnclrv,i(flr,nf Tim Tr.ill.n.M
bridge Is 300 feet high nnd has n span H
of 278 feet. The Virginia bridge has H
a span of only forty-five feet nnd is
200 feet high. The Unlnbow bridge
arch exceeds the length of the longest
masonry arch In tho world by sixty
THE ' 17-rents-n-Day " Plan or purchasing
The Oliver Typewriter means more than promot
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This Plan Is a positive and powerful ractor In
promoting the siniess of all who avail themselves
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It means that this Company Is giving practical
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with the prcFent-da movement to substitute type
writing for handwriting in business correspond
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"17 Cents a Day" and The
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Indians tn the United States.
According to the most reliable au
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homa. 28.000 In the Dakotas. 11.000 In
MInnesotn. 10.000 In Montana. 71.000
In New Mexico. Nevada and Arizona;
31,000 in California nnd the I'acillc
states, 17.000 in Michigan and Wiscon
sin. 5,47-1 In New York, with a few hun
dreds scattered through South Caro
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In tho French arsenals there are
1,825,000 old service rifles nnd carblues
which are of not the slightest use In
case of a mobilization, an the car
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more than half a million are admitted
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'I he Stnndat u
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Their dollars an not
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i to lie absolutely our
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