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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 March 1909

$ Semi-Weekly Founded; Wayne County Organ of the 1908 Weekly Founded, 1844 REPUBLICAN PARTY HONESDALB, WAYNE CO., PA., "WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1909. 66th YEAR. NO. 22 THE BASTRIBUTE The Late Judge P. P. Smith Highly Extolled. THE RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED. The Members of the Wayne and Lackawanna Bar pay a Itarc Tribute to our Former Townsman. A meeting of the Lackawanna Bar as sociation was held on Wednesday after noon last in the main court room in Bcranton, to honor the memory of th& late Hon. Peter I'. Smith. On motion of Judge Kelly. Judge Kdwards was chosen chairman, and on motion of W. J. Hand, R. J. Murray was chosen secretary. A committee composed of D. J. Reedy, Judge Kelly and Cornelius Coraegys was named by the chairman to draft resolutions. While this committee was at its work, remarks were made by Col. F. J. Fitz simmons, John M. Harris, Charles L. Hawley., Judge O'Neill, and F. M. Mon aghan, and when the committee report ed, Mr. Reedy added his testimonial. In opening the ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 March 1909

INTERNATIONAL NEWSPAPER BIBLE STUDY CLUB. Answer One Written Question Each Week For Fifty-Two Weeks and Win a Prize. THE PRIZES. First Series A gold medal to each of the first five contestants. Second Series A silver medal to each of the next five contestants. Third Series A Teacher's Bible, price $5.50, to each of the next five contestants. Fourth Series The book "The Heart of Chrlctlanity," price $1.50, to each of the next thirty-five contestants. Fifth Series A developed mind, an expanded Imagination, a richer exper ience and a more profound knowledge of the Bible and of life, to all who take this course whether winning any other prize or not. each medal will be suitably engrav ed, giving the name of the winner, and for what it is awarded, and In like manner each Bible and book will be Inscribed. All who can write, and have ideas, are urged to take up these studies re gardless of the degree of their educa tion, as the papers are not valued from an educational or literary standpoi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 March 1909

NOVEL FAVOR GIVING. Prtttnti Tied In Package and Fat tened to Umbrella Rlbt. Mothers In search of new stunts for giving favors at a child's party should not omit the umbrella method. This Is as easily managed as a pie or grab bag and is much tnoro picturesque. Cover an old silk umbrella with gay pictures and festoon it with strips of bright tissue paper or colored ribbons. The handle can also be twined with colored muslin, though It should be done very tightly to keep taut under youthful vigor in handling. Small sleigh bells dangling from each rib add to the merriment. Tio up plenty of small favors In tis sue paper packages and fasten them to the ribs by strings of different length. There should be at least one package for each young guest. Several for each child will be yet more fun. Form the children in a large circle, with one of their number in the center holding the umbrella. Some one at the piano .should play n gay march or twostep, and the chil dren should move- In n grand ch...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 March 1909

THE CITIZEN PUBLISHED EVERY WEDSESDAT MD FBIDAY DT THE CITIZEN rOBUSHIKO COMPANY. Entered as second-class matter, at the post ofHcc, Iloncsdale, Pa. KL B. llAKDRKBEltail. - - PJIKSIDHNT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SECY directors: CL n. DORFt.inOF.lt. M. D. ALLEN. UENUY WILSON. E. II. HARDENBEROH. Vf. W. WOOD. SUBSCRIPTION: $1.50 A YEAR. IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY, MAKCII 17, 1009. GInsH Cutting Industry. Daring the late panic the Wayne coun ty cut glass factories continued doing business, employing as many men as possible, although the profits of the manufacturers were eliminated, to such from the different springs. The two largest buildings arc the boys' and girls' dormitories, having wide porches on three aides of the building, the Super intendent's office, reception room, "girls' reading room, play room and wash room, (where each child has n stand and shelf for brush, comb, Boap and tooth brush) two sewing rooms, all on the first floor ; guest room, matron and babies'' room, and one lo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 March 1909

CENT A WORD COLUMN WANTED. A competent elrl to do bouse nurK. Airs. m. it. Tracy, I4W Main street. 22 TO MAKE THE GRASS (1IIEKN use our wwn uressin? on your lawn, rrlcea eta per pound. MUHKAY CO. 22H FOR. SALE. One lat on Church street. 30 x 100 feet. Price $1509. It. Z. Kusscll or Homer Greene. 20citf OUR odorless Lawn Dressing delivered to yeu at 3 cu. per pound, huuhaiw. 22t4 CLOSING OUT.-ltare chance for bargains at Geo. II. Kimble's store, Selling out his kock preparatory to quitting Dusiness. Partners should not lose this opportunity. Everything at reduced prices. 22tf A BUSINESS CIIANCE.-I100 buys n busi ness that will pay from J100 to $200 per month 610111. Call on F. L. BALDWIN, Allen OU80, Itonesdalc, Pa. tl FORSALK OR RENT. The dwelling house at 1019 Court street. Enquire of C. T. ISent ler. 20tf 150.00 REWARD. You can makecvenmorc than this on your goods by getting me to do Jour selling. Write for date. A. O. Ulake, uctioneer, Rethany. FOR SALE. A house and lot.J3H West ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 March 1909

f?e Younger Set I SYNOPSIS OK PKKOKDING OIIAl'TKKS CiiAP.l-lteturnlng from Manila. Captain Silwyti. formerly of fhenrmy. Is wclconied home by hta sister. Nina Gerard, her wealthy uusoand Austin, and tnelrmimerous child ren. Hlleen Krroll. ward of Nina and Austin, is part of their household. Sclwin has been divorced, without guilt on his part, by his wife. Allxe. who Is now the wife of .lack Kuthven, with whom she ran away from Helwyn. II Kileen. who Is very fond of her brother, Gerald, despite the young man's neglect of tier, makes friends wltu Selwyn III-Gcrald Is worried about young Krroll's mlngllngln the fast set. Gerald Is employ ed by Julius Neergard. u rcale state ; operator In a large way. Selwyn promises Kileen he will look after her brother. He tells her about Hoots Lansing, his army chum In Manila, who Is coming to New York. In the park Kileen and Selwyn ride past Allxe. IV Kllccn's deceased father was an archacol orlst. and she has Inherited some' of his scholarly qualit...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 March 1909

V The Younger Set. (Continued from pnee fi) was high and her eyes met his, straight, unwavering. "I I knew It," she said. "I under stood there was something. If It la trouble, and I see It Is, bring It to me. If I am tho woman you took me for, give mo my part In this. It Is the quickest way to my heart Captain Sel wyn. I ask it." "Why?" Her eyes wavered, then returned his gaze: "For love of you," she Enid, as whlto as death. He caught his breath sharply and straightened out, passing one hand across his eyes. When she saw his face again in the dim light It was ghastly, "There was a woman," he said, "for whom I was once responsible." He spoke wearily, head bent, resting the weight of one arm on the table against which she leaned. "Do you under stand?" he asked. "Yes. You mean Mrs. Ituthven." "I mean her. Afterward, when mat ters had altered, I came home." He raised his head and looked about him in the darkness. "Camo home," he repeated, "no long er a man the shadow of a man, with no h...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 17 March 1909

e Sterling. MAitcfi 12th. As we recently wrote, Orville. a son of K. L. Cross, was last week tnken to Dr. Burns's private hospi tal, in Scranton, and operated on for tho result of a kick he received in the hip rears before, while at school, and we are now pleased to say that the operation promises to be a success. On the 11th, at C-eentown, Mr. Cross's wife's father, "Met" Bnrrus, was buried, and all of Mr. Cross's folks attended the funeral. On December 22, 1908, H. II. Robacker kindly took Rev. Kdward McMillan and family to Moscow, and on the 1 1th he brought them home again, Mr. McMillan having spent the time in a Brooklyn hos pital. We are very sorry to say that he is no better than when he left here, and now will again receive treatment from Dr. Simons. The family arc occupying the parsonage. On the 21st it is expected Rev. S. B. Murray, of Ariel, will once more preach here. As we also stated previously, Rev. J. H. Boyce, of Salem, officiated at the funeral of Mrs. Mary J. Fost...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 March 1909

ttttett Semi-Weekly Founded! Wayne County Organ of the 1308 u r t.i.. r? i i tOAA REPUBLICAN PARTY 66th TEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1909. NO. 23 r WORK BEGUN ONTARiFF. House Committee In Session Today. SENATE BUSY TOO, Measure to Be Reported Without Delay. DEBATE BEGINS NEXT MONDAY. New Bill Cuts Steel and Lumber Du ties SO Per Cent Tea. Is Taxed, but Coffee Is Placed on Free List, Also Hides and Wood Pulp Works of Art Exempt if Twenty Years Old In heritance Tax Graded Tariff on Boots and Shoes Reduced 40 Per Cent Internal Revenue Tax on Cig arettes Increased Beer and Whisky Undisturbed. Washington, March 18. The full membership of the house committee on ways and means, Including Democrats as well as Republicans, met today for the formal consideration of the Payne tariff bill. The senate committee on finance at the same time began formal considera tion of the measure. It was said that the probabilities were that the house committee would have only one sitting ...

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 March 1909

THE CITIZEN rVBLIBIIED EVEKT WEDNESDAY AND FBIDAY BT THE CITIZEN rDnMBIIINO COMPANY. Entered as scrond-rlnas matter, at the post olllcc, Iloncsdalc, Pa. HL B.HAKDENHEHOH. - - PRESIDENT W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SKC'Y DIRECTORS! C. n. PORFMNdER. M. It. AM.RN. nitNBT WI I.BON. E. II. HAKDENnERQII. W. W. WOOD. 8OBS0KIPTION: $1.50 A YEAR. IN ADVANCE FRIDAY, MAKCII 10, 1909. SENATE CHANGES. Tbe United States senate has lost rttuln two years by death or resigna tion Allison, Wuyte, Troctor, Latimer, Mallory, Morgan, Pettus. Bate and Spooner. It has lost Knox, who now holds the portfolio of state. The re cent senatorial elections have caused other changes, among them the retire ment of Foraker, Piatt and Teller. Some of the new men have been Irought to tho front as the result of direct voting for senators and may be loond somewhat antagonistic to tho conservative spirit of tho upper house. Aside from the changes in th per sonnel of the chamber, there are Im portant changes In woffc brought ab...

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 March 1909

HIT A WORD COLUMN WANTED. A competent elrl to do house Irk. Mrs. M. H. Tracy. H07 Main street. a ( MARK THE GRASS GHKEN use our n Dresslncr on your lawn. Price 3 cts r pound. MUHHAY CO. 22t4 FOR SALE. One lot on Church street. : 100 feet. Price Iiaoo. II. llussen or liner Greene. IWeltf BUR odorless Lawn Dressing delivered to lata cts. per pound, hukuai uu. Z2li CLOSING OUT.-iltare chance for bargains I Geo. B. Kimble's store. Selllns out his ISrfr nrpnnrnfarv tn nlllmnt? business. frmers should not lose this opportunity, ery thine at reduced prices. !atf FOKSALK OR ltENT.-The dwelllnc house 11019 Court street. Enqulreol C. T. llent- 0.00 REWARD.-You can make even more n this on sour roods by ecttlng me to do ur selllne. Write for date. A. O. Ulako. uciioneer, Jieuiany. ?OU HALE.-A house and lot. 1314 West rcet. llonesdale. 16 rooms, with all con- Inlences. Desirable for a boardlnc house. I two families. Inquire on tue premise m Ira. E. G. Sccor.-or of her attorney, A.T. iarle. Altf...

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

I PARIS WIS CUT 8,000 Postoffice Telegra phers Join the Strike. TELEPHONE GIRLS ALSO IN FIGHT Eailroad Mail Clerks Resolve to Quit Work, and Goyemment Service Is Almost Paralyzed. Paris, March 1G. In addition to the general telegraphers, a strike of the 8,000 telegraphers of the postoQlcc de partment was declared here following n meeting of the General Association of I'ost-Telegrnpli Employees at which 5,000 were present The resolution to strike was Toted without n single dissenting voice, and orders were issued immediately for the withdrawal of all operators employed in the telegraphic bureaus of the de partment. Thousands of wires were cut by the strikers. The resolution recites that the strike action is taken ns a protest against the arbitrary and tyrannical adminis tration and that the decision was pre cipitated by an insult addressed by M. SIniynn. undersecretary of posts and telegraphs, to the nlllclals of the asso ciation. Some time 'prior to taking a vote the General Associa...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 March 1909

UU Library Ja!jl009 Semite Wayne County Organ Semi-Weekly Founded 1908 1 of the Weekly Founded, 1844 REPUBLICAN PARTY HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., "WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1909. NO. 24 66th YEAH. HARRISBURG LETTER. Last Month of Legislative Session Grand Total of Appropriations $82,000,000 Tlic State Auto mobile Road Gets a Black Eye Several Important Bills Signed by the Governor. Makcii 20th. Nest week the Legis lature will start on the final month's work for this session and the Rules Committee has provided for three ses sions a day for most of the time, in or der to Ret away with the major part of the work ahead. Of the 1,000 bills in troduced in both Houses, probably one fourth will get through to the Governor, and the most of them will be appropria tion bills. The General Appropriation billwas read for the first time this week, and will be referred back to the Committee for the purpose of amendment. It carries a total of $27,461,824, but will probably be larger when it comes up for ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 March 1909

GEORGE S. KIMBLE DEAD Passing; of Former Honcsdnlc Boy-lirlcf Sketch of His Llfc A Grandson of Jncticz Koclcwell. George S. Kimble, in his earlier years n resident of Honcsdale, and who had many relatives living in Wayne county, died at his home in Ellenville, N. Y., on Sunday morning, March 14th, 1009, of heart trouble, from which he had been for several years a sufferer. His wife has also been on the verge of death for many months, and it was only n question which would go first. His mother died January 10th, l'JOO, at the age of 101 years and 5 months. Mr. Kimble was buried in Fantinekill ceme tery, the Kimble Hose Co., named in his honor, attending in a body. The fol lowing sketch of the deceased is con densed from the Commemorative Bio graphical Kecord published in Ulster county, N. Y., in 189(1 : "George S.Kimble, who for fifty years has been connected with the manage ment of the Delaware & Hudson Canal, and has at various times held important olhcial positions in the vill...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 March 1909

INTERNATIONAL NEWSPAPER. i BIBLE STUDY CLUB. Answer One Written Question Each Week For Fifty-Two Weeks and Win a Prize. THE PRIZES. First Series A gold medal to each of the first five contestants. 8econd Series A silver medal to each of the next five contestants. Third 8erles A Teacher's Bible, price $5.50, to each of the next five contestants. Fourth Series The book "The Heart of Christianity," price $1.50, to each of the next thirty-five contestants. Fifth Series A developed mind, an expanded Imagination, a richer exper ience and a more profound knowledge of the Bible and of life, to all who tako this course whether winning any other prize or not. Each medal will be suitably engrav ed, giving the name of the winner, and for what It Is awarded, and In like manner each Bible and book will be Inscribed. All who can write, and have ideas, are urged to take up these studies re gardless of the degree of their educa tion, as the papers are not valued from an educational or literary stand...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 March 1909

THE CITIZEN IUBIIED EVBRT WEDNESDAY AHD FBIDAY BT THE CITIZEN PDDLISniKO COUP ANT. Bntered as second-class matter, at the post oil ce. Honesdalc, 1'a. B. B. HARDENBERGH; - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SKC'Y directors: h. DOBrLmazB. v. b. allen. eiBT WILSON. . B. UARDENBER0U. W, W, WOOD. SUBSCRIPTION: $1.50 A YEAR. IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1900. GovEnNon Stuart has signed three of Uio pure food billa prepared by Dairy and Food Commissioner Foust and pass Ad by the legislature n few days ago. One of the bills prohibits under penalty f from $50 to $100 fine, the sale of nny adulterated "soft drinks" and will Abolish the business in beverages made ut of coal tar dyes and chemicals. Another prohibits the sale of any eggs -which are partially decomposed or other wise unfit for food, under penalty of a no of from $200 to $1,000 or three to inc months in jail. The third prohibits (he sale of lard compounds unless prop rly marked under penalty of a Hue of from $!0 to $100 In th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 March 1909

CENT A WORD COLUMN FOR RENT, store next to Itidgeway's ntudio, now occupied by tho Co-operative Htore. A irood chance for a good merchant to continue the business or to start any other Sood business. Possession given April 1st. inquire at Studio. 24t2 FOR SALE Tho 'Buss Bageago and Mall Business managed for the past forty years by II. Whitney, owing to Illness will be sold absolutely to the right party. Possession given at once. 24U JUST received a large line of Easter Sou venir post cards and other styles atHldge way's Studio. 24t2 THOSE pictures you want framed to hang up this spring after cleaning house, bring them now. I have moulding cheap or dear, to frame any kind at ltldgeway's Studio. FOR SALE OR EXCHANQE.-100 acre farm, 2Uacres timber good buildings. Inquire f Sternbauer, Ilawley, Pa. 2U1 LAWN FERTILIZER, Wizard Brand pul verized Cattle Manure Is tho best. 2 cents cr pound, $1.50 per hundred pounds. Order at once at Maple City Greenhouses. 31tU WANTED. A competent girl to ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 March 1909

Oje Younger Set 1 mSI M 1 Copyrighted, SYNOPSIS OK 1'KKCKDINO t'HAPTKHS CiiAr.l-lleturnlng from Maijlln. Captain Silwyn. fornii-rly of thenrinv. Is w'clco'myl tome by his sister, Nina Gerard, her wealthy iiusuand Austin, and their numerouscnmi cn. Hilcen Krroll. wnnl of Nlnu aiict Austin, Is part of their household. Selwln lias been divorced, without guilt on his part, by his wife, Allxe, who Is now the wife of Jack Huthven, with whom she ran away from Hclwvn. II Klleen, who Is very fond of her brother. Gerald, despite the, young man's neglect of tier, makes friends wUh helwyn Ill-Gerald Is worried about jounir Krroll's mingling In the fust set Gerald Is employ rd by Julius Neergard, a reale state operator In a large way. Helwyn promises Ivllccn he will look utter her brother. He tells her about Hoots Lansing, his army chum In Manila, who Is coming to New rk, In the purk KUeen and Selwyn rldu past Allxe. IV Kllcen's deceased father was an archaeol ogist, and she has Inherited some o...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 March 1909

I Young Folks i THE EDUCATED FISH. An Interesting Toy That Any Clever Boy Can Make at Home. Aro you fond of making your own toys? If so, here is an interesting one for you to work on. First empty a raw egg by means of two pin boles, one at each end, and then blow through one end. Seal the hole at the point end of the egg and draw two large round eyes at that end of the eggshell. Prepare a little bug with two red flannel flaps In the shnpe of the body and tall of a flsh. Weigh l this with shot and place one-half of the egg In the opening, the small hole In front of the egg being hidden in the bag. Fasten the edges of the sack to JJITTAILB OF 1'ISH TOT. the egg by means of red sealing wax, and, lo, a flsh is formed a flsh that can swim and dive In a jar of water! The jar must bo closed by a thin rubber cap, and if you press this cap with your hand the water (the jar must be full) will force its way up the empty shell, and by Increasing or de creasing the pressure with your hand you ca...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 24 March 1909

Correspondence Items Gathered by THE CITIZEN STAFF -About the Countv. Beach Lake. Makcii 22d. A dull, cold March ;auses Homi! to wish for a warmer cli ,nate; wo hear so much complaint about the weather. The annual changes have now com menced. Mr. Brooks is moving on Eliza Dunn's farm, whichjhc so recently pur chased ; Thomas Olver is expected to move to his new farm, bought of his father, Daniel Olver, Mr. Davis, Mr. Olvcr's son-in-law, being tlio present occupant ; Win. Gavitt will move from the Kobbins farm, his sale having been held on Saturday lust. Mrs. Brown has returned to her home here after spending the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Whitmoro, of Inglehart. Lizzie Davcy, who came liomu to at tend her sister, during her sickness, will remain homo this spring. Mrs. liny Bayly and daughter, Mildred, will return from East Honesdalc, and again lives on tho farm with her twin brother, Earl Ham. Sadie Wilson will spend some weeks in Brooklyn with her mother, before Mrs. .Wilson's ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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